In the TV Source Podcast’s new Week in Soaps episode for May 6-10, 2019: Ste is continuing to be manipulated on Hollyoaks; Adam is home on The Young and The Restless; Thomas has hit a new creepy level on The Bold and The Beautiful; Oscar is good and dead on General Hospital; Holly meets an untimely end on Days of Our Lives.
Taped: May 12, 2019
Producer: Johnathon K.
Rebecca Budig will be returning to General Hospital. The new Ambitions trailer is here and looks great.
Damon’s starting to wisen up on Maxine’s faking her illness, but will he continue to fall for her scheme? Leela is back in town and she smells something dirty with Ste and Jonny and the continuation of the far-right story. Nicole Owen is back! What does this mean for Mercedes?
The Young and the Restless (23:52)
Kyle and Lola finally get it in but does anyone still care? Meanwhile Mia is found out as Lola/Abby figure out she was the one who hurt Lola. Elena and Devon share a kiss while he thinks she’s Hilary. Is this moving too fast or too slow? Adam’s back! Sharon is seeking to help Victor bring “Spider” back to Genoa City.
The Bold and the Beautiful (39:20)
It was Coryon’s last week watching B&B, what was the last straw? Thomas being a creep to his step sister and Liam asking Hope if she’d rather be with Thomas was just creepy, disturbing and wrong. Wyatt used the “We’re on a break” clause with Sally to hook up with Flo.
General Hospital (45:53)
The #OscarIsDeadParty is still in full force. DoD continues to be a focus point of the show as Kristina appears to finally be wising up. nuValerie is a complete miscast.
Days of Our Lives (54:18)
The Mayoral election mess takes center stage, as the subject of Jack’s rape of Kayla once again is brought to the forefront, but just as a plot point. Rafe and Lani bond over baby David but Eli is extremely concerned. Holly “died” and Maggie almost hit the bottle. Stabi have more hate sex,
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