In the TV Source Podcast’s new Week in Soaps episode for August 26-30, 2019: Hollyoaks hits us with another death fake out; The Young and the Restless tells its best storyline off screen; Thomas takes a tumble on The Bold and the Beautiful; General Hospital throws a pointless wedding; Julie gets a crash course in racial sensitivity on Days of Our Lives.
Taped: September 2, 2019
Producer: Johnathon K.
Days of our Lives faced a legal setback as most claims against Sony are tossed out by judge. Days also drops a new fall promo previewing what’s to come and teases a huge twist that’s already been spoiled. Is spoiler culture ruining the element of surprise?
Tony figures out that Breda is the killer, piecing together every clue but unfortunately meeting up with the pointy end of Breda’s knife in yet another Hollyoaks fake out. Luke is back right in time for Ollie’s conscience to start getting to him and he blurts out to Cindy that Darren isn’t DJ’s father. How will this affect Luke and Cindy’s upcoming romance. Grace kisses Sylver and another element is being thrown into the mix. Mercedes is knocked up and doesn’t know who the daddy is.
The Young and he Restless
Billy’s alters are starting to surface as are fan theories that Delia’s death is going to be retconned. Fenmore has a potentially great storyline completely off screen.
The Bold and the Beautiful
Brooke saves her daughter. Will Thomas’ tumble wipe away the last several months of his personality shift?
Franco still thinks he’s Drew. Carson had another wedding for some reason. And lots of other things are happening that make no sense.
Days of Our Lives
Lani and Eli give Julie a little racial sensitivity talk and like clockwork, Twitter explodes. Kristen gets exposed and reveals all the tea — Nicole is alive! Meanwhile Xander reveals to Queen Sarah and Maggie that Holly is alive too. Gabi and Stefan finally admit their real feelings for one another.
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