decides to move back into the mansion and reconciles with his family. Together, they plan to bring Michael back into the Quartermaine fold. Faced with endless ridicule at his new job, he gets drunk one night and drives into Coleman Ratcliffe's strip joint, with Courtney a passenger in the car. However, the plan backfires when Courtney learns the truth.
tracks Nikki to Malibu and attempts to win her back, but she has already married another man. Because of this, the Quartermaines have never fully forgiven A.
was a fictional character on the ABC soap opera General Hospital. The role was recast with Sean Kanan, who made his first appearance in the role on February 16, 1993. Kanan received a nomination for the Soap Opera Digest Award for Best Newcomer for his portrayal of A. In 2003, Warlock earned a pre-nomination for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of A. In early 2005, the network's announcement of Warlock's return as A. was briefly put on hold, speculated as contract disputes. On March 17, 2014, Kanan announced he would be exiting the role in April 2014. A DNA test later confirms his paternity, that Alan truly is his father. is aged again reestablishing his birth year as 1976.
Billy Warlock then took over the role from 1997 until 2003, and reprised it in 2005. On March 17, 2014, Kanan announced he would be exiting the role in April 2014. On June 20, 1991, Gerald Hopkins stepped in the role of A. on contract and last appeared on December 30, 1992. Following Kanan's departure, actor Billy Warlock was hired for the role of A. Warlock departed from the series in December 2003, amongst rumors that he was fired after disputes with show executives; the network replied his exit was due to lack of storyline. However, Monica soon discovers that Alan Jr carries a birthmark identical of Alan's.
This is common in stories where a woman who has no cultural taboo against public nudity finds herself in real life human culture. Fanservice tries to work her wiles on someone who just isn't interested. The most common variation is a man walking in on a naked woman for some reason, but a woman may also walk in on a man, or the two characters may be of the same sex. Giving clothes (, making clear that the nudity's not the goal) can dampen the danger.
If the gender-bent version is again reversed, as a man *walking around* naked, he is more likely to be hit by the woman (which is usually portrayed as being a justifiable reaction for the woman). Usually used to ramp up the comedy, sexual tension or both.