Afternoon Delights was a Boston-based vocal studio group (a collection of musicians/singers assembled solely for a recording project) that scored a Top 30 R&B single with "General Hospi-Tale" on MCA Records. It was a parody of the long-running ABC-TV soap opera General Hospital. The group's lineup was Rebecca Hall, Janet Powell, Robalee Barnes, and Suzanne Boucher. "General Hospi-Tale" went to number 23 R&B, number 33 pop on Billboard charts in summer 1981. It was included on the Afternoon Delights LP, with it and the single later becoming collectibles.