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'All My Children' ends its 41-year run with cliffhangers that feed a potential Internet afterlife

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Fans gather to watch the final episode of the soap opera "All My Children" at Blondies Sports restaurant in New York, Friday, Sept. 23, 2011. "All My Children" signed off from ABC on Friday after more than 40 years. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes)

Today.com’s Randee Dawn reports:

Unlike most soap operas, "AMC" is planning for the afterlife, when it may be resurrected for the Internet. That means almost nothing got solved, and in fact, the end of the show managed to leave audiences hanging on at least three major plot points. Will Jackson and Erica marry again? Who was the shocking "other woman" David referred to? And finally, who got shot at the party? Read more…

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Fans watch the final episode of the soap opera "All My Children" at Blondies Sports restaurant in New York, Friday, Sept. 23, 2011. "All My Children" signed off from ABC on Friday after more than 40 years. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes)

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