In the TV Source Podcast’s new Week in Soaps episode for November 12-16, 2018: Was Hollyoaks winter trailer a massive hit or sensory overload? The Bell interns continue their wash, rinse repeat ways on B&B. GH’s Charlotte needs a timeout. Has YR become a Telenovela? Chabby experience cabin deja vu on Days.
Taped: November 19, 2018
Producer: Johnathon K.
Christopher Sean and Marci Miller bid farewell to Salem. Are we excited for Kate Mansi’s return? Are we open for a Paul recast? Speaking of recast, why is TJ Ashford a grown ass man?
Winter trailer reactions! Another Mercedes wedding goes down in smoke in a crazy way. Russ and Goldie’s one night is exposed. Mercedes vows revenge after telling Russ of her own romantic tryst with Silver. Before Russ can fully react, he becomes the third murder victim at the hands of Breda! A twist no one saw coming!
The Bold and the Beautiful (24:04)
We ask the question, what show are yall watching as B&B continues to be every bit as bad today as it was when we removed it from the line up. Johnathon does find its bright spots, but in the areas that get the least amount of air time.
General Hospital (32:38)
Lulu and Valentin’s daughter Charlotte is a BULLY. Whereas her parents aren’t shocked, Nina was in denial. Was the created conflict with Nina and Charlotte’s teacher Willow the subtle seeds planted of Willow being Nina’s real daughter?
The Young and the Restless (35:50)
The Rosales family is slowly taking over, but at least they’re bringing the drama. Mia, Rey’s wife, was actually in love with Arturo first! Somehow she and Rey got together, she slept with Arturo and boom tension. But are the Rosales family being played/written as stereotypes?
Days of our Lives (45:45)
Abigail gives birth to Charlotte and then gets committed at the hands of Chad! But contrary to popular belief, this is very much in line with who Chad has always been. Marci Miller has her swan song as Abigail and Gabi have the mother of all showdowns. Ben scares the truth out of Wyatt about who really framed him and promptly tells Ciara.
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