'General Hospital' Actor Nicolas Bechtel Guest Stars in 'Grey's Anatomy'

Nicolas Bechtel on Grey's Anatomy.
General Hospital's Nicholas Bechtel (Spencer Cassadine) guest-starred in Grey's Anatomy last night.

In the episode, two young brothers refused to give up their names when they were brought in to the hospital. The older sibling was driving even though he’s underage. He was also in bad shape. Alex and Jo worked on him while Bailey worked to get info from his younger brother (Bechtel).

I never thought I'd hear Bechtel say, "You're an assface!"

It was another excellent performance from the GH star, who has also been featured on Red Band Society this season.

Watch last night's episode of Grey's Anatomy at abc.com.

Soap of the Week Poll (January 26-30, 2015)


Our new Soap of the Week reader poll is live. Vote for the daytime drama, actor, actress and couple that were your favorites this week. Last week, General Hospital was voted the favorite show by our readers for the week. GH's Michael Easton (Silas) and Rebecca Herbst (Elizabeth) were favorite actor and actress, and GH's Silas & Sam were favorite couple.

You can vote for your favorites below (one vote per person per day). This week's poll closes on Monday, February 2 at 4 p.m. ET.



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Today in Soap Opera History (January 30)

1996: GH's Brenda called Miguel for help stopping Sonny's wedding.
2004: Days of our Lives' Tony "died" following a tiger attack.
2007: All My Children's Dixie "died" after eating poisoned pancakes.
2014: Billy and Adam were involved in a fiery crash on The Young
and the Restless
.
"A page of history is worth a pound of logic."
― Oliver Wendell Holmes

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to Scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1958: On The Edge of Night, Bill (Carl Frank) and Mike (John Larkin) tried to convince Dalton there may be mitigating circumstances in the case, but he insisted on moving forward with the prosecution as quickly as possible.

1967: On Peyton Place, Rita (Patricia Morrow) didn't want Norm (Christopher Connelly) to get involved in the Webber's problems. Meanwhile, Elliot (Tim O'Connor) brought flowers to Constance (Dorthy Malone, who turns 90 today) to celebrate the early opening of the bookstore.

'Parenthood' Ends Its Run With The Series Finale Tonight

Lauren Graham as Sarah Braverman -- Photo by: Colleen Hayes/NBC
Parenthood ends its run tonight after 6 seasons and 103 episodes (10 p.m. ET/PT on NBC). The episode is called "May God Bless and Keep You Always," the opening line of Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young,” which is reprised throughout the episode.

In the excitement of her wedding day, Sarah (Lauren Graham) surrounds herself with the original Braverman clan. Meanwhile, Hank (Ray Romano) approaches Zeek (Craig T. Nelson) for his blessing and asks Drew (Miles Heizer) for a special favor. Amber (Mae Whitman) adjusts to life as a new mom with a little help from her grandparents. Julia (Erika Christensen) and Joel (Sam Jaeger) get a phone call that forces a life-changing decision. Max (Max Burkholder) gets his first job, while Crosby (Dax Shepard) and Adam (Peter Krause) reach an understanding about the Luncheonette. Kristina (Monica Potter) presents Adam with a new plan for the future of Chambers Academy, and for their family.

Watch a sneak peek below:

'Nashville' Casts Kyle Dean Massey as Openly Gay Country Singer

Out actor Kyle Dean Massey will been cast as an openly gay country singer on ABC primetime soap Nashville.

The Broadway star has landed a recurring role in the musical drama series as Kevin Bicks, a successful singer-songwriter who also happens to be gay, according to Deadline.

Kevin's arrival is expected to cause complications for closeted country singer Will Lexington (Chris Carmack), who viewers have seen struggle with the belief that country music stars must hide their sexuality in order to be successful.

Massey is best known for his role in Broadway musicals "Pippin," "Wicked" and "Next to Normal." His his TV credits include guest roles on "Hart of Dixie" and "The Good Wife."

Soap of the Week Poll Results (January 19-23, 2015)

General Hospital was voted favorite soap opera of the week.
The results are in from the We Love Soaps "Soap of the Week" poll for January 19-23, 2015. ABC's General Hospital was voted favorite soap opera by our readers for the week.

NBC's Days of our Lives was second followed by CBS' The Young and the Restless.

The Favorite Couple again this week was General Hospital's Silas & Sam. GH's Michael Easton (Silas) and Rebecca Herbst (Elizabeth) were voted Favorite Actor and Favorite Actress.

Check out the complete list of shows below as well as the favorite couples, actors and actresses.

RANKSHOWLAST WEEKTOP 3
1General Hospital (ABC)2169
2Days of our Lives (NBC)1252
3The Young and the Restless (CBS)3121
4The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)474