In the TV Source Podcast’s new Week in Soaps episode for December 24-28, 2018: Breda nabs her next bad dad on Hollyoaks; Willow struggles on General Hospital; Christmas is filled with exposition on The Young & The Restless; Bad dancing hits The Bold & The Beautiful; Abigail ruins Christmas on Days of Our Lives.
Taped: December 30, 2018
Producer: Johnathon K.
Louis Loveday’s love life secrets come to light! Breda kidnaps Louis to make him pay for all of his wrongdoing. Sylver and Mercedes aren’t related so they try to make a go of it, but Liam gets in the way.
General Hospital (13:40)
Drew and Kim share a kiss as do Same and Jason, but at this point does anyone still care? Liesl paid Nelle a visit because she knows the truth about the baby switch. Meanwhile, Willow isn’t coping too well with her guilt. Ryan kills again though no one of significance.
The Young & The Restless (35:10)
Slow & boring Christmas episode with lots of family moments with the highlight of Victor and Nikki reuniting in her dreams and by her bedside. Lola breaks up with Kyle over an expensive gift while Ana and Fen grow close over a song she made.
The Bold & The Beautiful (46:50)
Everyone was so thankful to have all the family and friends around at Kelly’s first Christmas. Dr. Game Show Host has a gambling debt. As predicted, he’ll be getting more than kisses out of Taylor. Hope and Liam want to name their baby Beth Spencer to go with Lizzie Forrester, named after Brooke’s mother. Due to the Santa Ana winds, Hope wound up in labor alone on Catalina Island.
Days Of Our Lives (54:20)
Abigail ruined Christmas with her dramatics but was better than the theatrics from last year. Julie revealed the truth about Gabi landed her back in jail. But not before Stefan had his say. Hero JJ is out to save Haley. The drama around Steve’s off-screen Christmas well wishes and Eve crashes the christmas party. Ciara and Claire play nice and we give Cinners a reason to remain calm through the impending storm.
What’s the one headline we hope to hear in 2019? Also we say goodbye to a friend.
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