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Podcast S2 EP 14: Week in Soaps – “They’re Only Half Siblings”

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In the TV Source Podcast’s new Week in Soaps episode for December 3-7, 2018: Darren and Nancy’s custody case turns nasty on Hollyoaks. Chase and Jordan realize there may be a serial kill on the loose on General Hospital. Devon seeks therapy on The Young & The Restless. Taylor falls to her knees on the Bold & The Beautiful. Cin share their first date on Days of our Lives.

Taped: December 9, 2018
Producer: Johnathon K.

Hollyoaks (00:55)

Nancy and Darren fight dirty during their custody mediation. Mandy learns her baby might have Spina Bifida leading to some very touching friendship scenes between Nancy/Mandy. Also, Mac is still a terrible creep who is gaslighting just about everyone

General Hospital (13:33)
The PCPD grow a brain and learn the recent murders could be related. Kristina’s cult storyline continues but is it something viewers should be invested in?

The Young and the Restless (22:08)
The Newman ranch goes up in flames again. Part of it, anyway. How much longer will the JT storyline drag on? Ana convinced Devon to see a therapist and take anti-anxiety medication. Are Kyle and Fen are interchangable?

The Bold and the Beautiful (39:34)
Taylor begs Brooke for forgiveness while Brooke wants to keep her away from a child who she has no real connection to. Will they undo yet another storyline?

Days of our Lives (46:31)
Abigail brings back the dark wig and sass as she pretends to be Gabby to get out of the nut house. Is her version better or worse than her predecessor? Kate is caught in a lie, Lucas is leaving again, and Cin gets romantic.

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Ashley Dionne

Ashley Dionne joined the TVSource Magazine team in December 2014.