In this new edition of Gays of Our Lives, it’s the moment of truth for Lari and Elias on Secret Lives. Will these boys stop torturing themselves (and the audience) and finally get together? While on General Hospital, Lucas and Brad’s wedding is underway, but mob drama could spoil the big event. And on UK drama Holby City, Dom mourns Arthur, but his grief could put a patient at risk. Plus, on Coronation Street, Todd and Billy struggle with their feelings for one another, but will a kidnapping be a game changer? All this – and more!
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Coronation Street (U.K.)
Honestly, I never really expected Billy to actually have real feelings for Todd. I just didn’t think the show would go there mostly because it doesn’t make a lot of sense. What we’ve seen on screen wouldn’t make you think that Billy had any feelings for Todd other than friendship.
I mean, they only started really spending anytime together over the past few weeks and we’re to think that Billy fell out of love with Sean and in love with Todd in that time? Daniel Brocklebank (Billy) said in a recent interview that there’s no reason why Billy would fall for Todd and he’s right.
I think Billy and Todd make an intriguing couple. They have chemistry and they are certainly more interesting than Sean and Todd even though the writing doesn’t support the story. I guess going forward Todd is going to struggle with his feelings for the vicar only to eventually give in. And then they’ll deal with the fallout of everyone finding out.
It’s really not how I wanted the story to go, but since this is where we are, I’ll go with it. There is a lot of potential in a romance between the vicar and the bad boy. Let’s hope from now on the show does a better job at telling it.
I’m surprised the show broke up Lauren and Steven so quickly. But I guess that means he’ll be hooking up with Johnny that much sooner. LOL….
Lauren’s reasons for breaking up with Steven seemed kind of lame to me. It came across to me that she wanted out and was looking for a reason to get rid of him.
I’m glad Paul came around to accepting that Les likes to crossdress. I know it might be a strange thing, but Pam needs to get over herself as well. It’s the only way to stop Babe’s blackmail. Besides, Les clearly isn’t going too get rid of Christine. It’s a part of him that he needs to express. Pam is going to have to accept her husband’s other side or end the marriage.
It’s nice seeing Paul and Ben happy. I loved that beard scene. It was hilarious.
Chas being pregnant is ridiculous. Gordon and Chas were last together months ago. If she were pregnant, she’d be showing by now. Dumb plot point just to create drama with Emma.
So after all that drama with Emma lying about being seriously ill she’s back at home basically because her family was impressed by the job she did as a nurse? All is forgiven? What was the point of the story? She’ll just lie again when it suits her. I wonder how soon they’ll find out about her trashing the pub (again) and driving Chas into therapy? They’ll probably forgive her for that too.
I liked that scene with Lisa and Ronnie. I’d enjoy it if they became friends. She needs that more than she needs a new man. But Sam trying to matchmake was hilarious and so not subtle. And I loved the look on Bernice’s face when she heard about Ronnie. Classic.
Lawerence is such a closet case. He couldn’t even think of having sex with his wife until he got freaked out after spending too much time with Ronnie. And even then he couldn’t perform. And given that and that he’s always refused to have sex with Bernice (nor was he having regular sex with his previous wife), I don’t see how she can then be shocked to find out her husband is queer.
It’s looking like the show is eventually going to put Lawrence and Ronnie together or at least have them deal with their messy past. There’s obviously still some feelings left between them. I think I’d like it if Lawrence and Ronnie got back together and became an ongoing couple. You never see older gay characters on television anywhere.
Nobody picked up Lucas from the hospital? Where the hell was Brad?
I’m not religious at all, but I thought Lucas was forcing Griffin to justify and apologize for his faith and I didn’t like it. It’s no different than Lucas having to justify being gay. You shouldn’t have to do either. And I really don’t buy these two are supposed to be close friends, mostly because it took place off screen and what we’ve seen on screen comes off as shallow.
Commissioner Ashford is stunning. Even I noticed.
Will the guys be allowed to get married this time around or will someone else’s drama ruin things again? Probably the third time will be the charm.
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