In the TV Source Podcast’s new Week in Soaps episode for January 28-February 1, 2019: Alfie leaves Hollyoaks; Lulu wakes up on General Hospital; Repetition continues on The Bold & The Beautiful; Diane Cooper arrives in Salem and we question the lack of Black Love on Days of Our Lives.
Taped: February 3, 2019
Producer: Johnathon K. and Ryan W.
Eric Braeden’s had a diva meltdown over Mal Young. While he claims Victor Newman was diminished in 2018, fans didn’t notice until he told them to. Hollyoaks set to air diversity documentary highlighting not just characters of different ethnic backgrounds, but also characters with disabilities.
Nancy and Kyle’s romance causes some online drama. Are they believable as a couple? Laurie’s MeToo story continues to lay the groundwork as he starts to manipulate Sienna’s life. Alfie leaves for America, but only after Mac’s evil deeds are revealed to all. Juliette is revealed to be Mac’s daughter.
General Hospital (43:45)
Lulu wakes up. Sam and Shiloh chemistry is something to behold. Mike’s story continues to be well played when its not involving actual mob plot points. Liz sits down with the Gays for their bi-monthly episode quota and discuss the possibility of Aiden being gay.
The Bold & The Beautiful (1:03:25)
Once again, the same thing that happened last week happened this.
Days of Our Lives (1:05:45)
Chloe and Stefan are finally being chem tested, but its it too little too late considering both actors are out? Diana Cooper arrives in town, shakes up the gays and reveals herself to Marlena and “Roman.” Rex, Eric and Sarah – isn’t the triangle we signed up for. Who do we have to pay to get more Elani? Where’s the Black Love in the Afternoon on DAYS? Ben spins out of control without Ciara. Meanwhile Ciara is a bit tied up
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