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OLTL Recap – Jan 17- Jan 21st

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John and Natalie discover that Marty has escaped and has restrained Roxy. John finds Marty in the nursery preparing to leave with Natalie’s baby, thinking that it’s hers.  For the safety of the baby, John and Natalie play along with Marty’s fantasy until John is able to safely get the child from her. Marty is carted off to St. Ann’s for treatment. Nate admits he was covering for Inez but the judge refuses to throw out the case against him. Inez is moved by Nate’s willingness to take the rap for her, but she maintains she’s innocent. Inez confesses to Bo and Nora that she and Bo never had sex. Kelly tells Rex that Cutter is apparently Aubrey’s brother, and Rex’s preliminary search confirms it. Kelly remains suspicious of Aubrey and when the women encounter each other at the gym, sparks fly. Joey finds the women fighting and Aubrey plays the victim.  Kelly storms off and Joey admits Aubrey’s depiction of Kelly doesn’t sound like the woman he knows. Kelly prepares to let off some steam in the steam and encounters towel-clad Cutter.  Bo and Nora are stunned when Inez tells them she and Bo didn’t have sex.  She reveals that Clint was behind it all. Inez finds herself under arrest, and Clint finds himself on the wrong end of a gun. Echo confronts Clint about Dorian’s suspicion that Clint is really Rex’s father. She gets under Clint’s skin when she talks about how much he’s changed since their affair.  Sparks fly when Cutter kisses Kelly. Joey talks about the future with Aubrey. She can barely disguise her regret and deepening feelings for him. Dorian forces Ford to explain his fling with Aubrey to Langston. Cristian has another piece of information about the painting of Blair that Eli left behind.      

Bo accuses Clint of working to destroy his marriage to Nora. Kelly questions Ford about his knowledge of Aubrey and Cutter. Cutter continues to insinuate himself into Joey and Aubrey’s world. Vimal confesses everything about the work he’s done for Clint to his wife Rama.  Blair and Cristian, in Paris, meet a gallery owner who says he sold Blair’s painting to an American lawyer (Eli) and has the artist’s address. Cris and Blair are about to go when Layla arrives.  Blair leaves them alone and goes to the artist’s address. Cristian wants to settle things with Layla, admits he spent the night with Blair, but didn’t sleep with her. Layla admits she slept with her boss. Bo tells Matthew he did not sleep with Inez and tells him he has to stop working for Clint. Bo uses Inez to try to entrap Clint. Matthew accuses Clint of telling him his parents were cheating just to get him off the subject of Rex being his son. Clint tells Viki he’s setting up trusts for the babies in case anything happens to him. Viki is slightly twigged by Nora’s cold attitude towards Clint. At breakfast with Tea, Todd and Dani, Starr has a bad reaction to seeing James with Michelle. Inez and Nate try to figure out who planted the gun. Tea and Dani take Nate to his hearing. The judge drops all charges against Nate. Nate asks Tea to represent Inez.  Tea, Dani and Nate go to find Inez in jail and are surprised to find out she’s gone.

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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL: Passion Ignites for Carter and Quinn

CBS Daytime’s The Bold and the Beautiful has been known over the years to surprise viewers with a cliffhanger they may have not seen coming, or a moment within an episode, that was unexpected.  Now, while often on daily episodes of soaps there is repetition in scenes and stories, Friday’s show surprised many!

In story, Quinn (Rena Sofer) went over to see Carter (Lawrence Saint-Victor) to try to get him to forgive Zoe (Kiara Barnes) and give her another chance, only things don’t go as planned.

Carter tells Quinn when he sees Zoe he wants to make love to her, and that it’s been a long time since he has had sex. Quinn can relate informing Carter expressing that it’s been a really long time since she felt wanted by Eric (John McCook).  She says that it feel like “We’re strangers”, and that when she reaches out to touch Eric he actually recoils.  Quinn adds that she is starving for affection, and that sometimes she just wants to be held.  Carter adds that he does not want to chase anyone, especially if she has feelings for someone else.  He wants someone who truly wants him.

As the seduction between Quinn and Carter begins, she recalls how Eric’s love gave her confidence and made her feel sexy and how she just wants to feel that again.  Next, Carter moves in close to Quinn, which prompts her to whisper, “We can’t”, but oh they do! Cue the music, the making love montage, the candles, the sofa, the camera cuts back and forth, and voila, Carter and Quinn make love.

This is a great twist for B&B, which will clearly give Lawrence Saint-Victor and Rena Sofer a secret to play.

Now the question becomes, will Carter and Quinn be the next hot couple on the show, or will this just be one night of bliss? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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DAYS OF OUR LIVES: What Did You Think of the Reveal of Who Killed Charlie?

“Sorry Charlie!” Those were the clever words said by the killer of the evil Charlie Dale (Mike Manning) on Days of our Lives.  But evil kinda knows evil, and thus viewers learned in a reveal just who was the culprit.

DAYS fans begin to get to the truth when on Monday’s episode, while under hypnosis from Marlena (Deidre Hall), John (Drake Hogestyn) recalls opening the door to the apartment in time to see someone in a red coat with a hood (very ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ but with a fashion flare) shoot Charlie.

When “Doc” brings John out of his hypnotic state, she asks him who fired the gun?  John is horrified as he reveals it was their daughter, Belle! (Martha Madison). John shares that Belle was wearing the coat they gave her for Valentine’s Day.  A shocked John utters, “My God, Doc. Our little girl blew that punk away.”  However, Marlena refuses and does not believe Belle would shoot and kill Charlie, let alone anyone.

Jan (Heather Lindell) shows up at Marlena’s office and tells John and Marlena she is not going to be locked up, because of the deal she made for her freedom. Then, we see Jan get more inquisitive into what John and Marlena were discussing before she walked in on them.  They leave to go talk to Belle to get answers, while Jan sneaks back into the office and into Marlena’s drawer to retrieve the recording device to find out exactly what John and Marlena were talking about.

It is there when Jan is alone that viewers learn what happened the night of Charlie’s death. Jan is listening to the recording of John telling Marlena that Belle shot Charlie, but that he didn’t see Belle’s face because she was wearing the red coat.

Next, Jan flashes back to Charlie saying, “Don’t shoot,” and then firing a gunshot as Charlie falls to the ground.  We see the visual of the face of the person in the red coat and it’s Jan!  Next, Jan smirks and says, “Sorry, Charlie.”

So it seems Jan Spears has an ultimate revenge plot to rid Belle once and for all and have her locked behind bars.  How long will it be before the other Salemites catch on that Jan is the murderer?

So, were you happy to see it was Jan who was the one who killed Charlie? Did you suspect it was her? Share your thoughts in the comment section.  But first, watch the moment the killer is revealed below.

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‘The Talk’ Returns as Sheryl Underwood Shares the ‘Trauma’ She Feels Over Incident That Led to Sharon Osbourne’s Exit

CBS’ afternoon series The Talk finally returned to the air, following the departure of Sharon Osbourne and the tense moments that went down on the March 10th episode between her and Sheryl Underwood.

Monday afternoon, co-hosts: Sheryl Underwood, Elaine Welteroth, Amanda Kloots and Carrie Ann Inaba along with diversity and inclusion expert, Donald E. Grant, were on the episode.  Grant, served as the moderator as the women discussed what happened when Osbourne came at Underwood when defending Piers Morgan’s remarks about Meghan Markle, eventually prompting an extended internal investigation by CBS.

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On today’s episode, Sheryl Underwood shared: “I didn’t want to escalate things with Sharon, because I thought I was having a conversation with a friend, but also, I knew I had to be an example for others to follow. I didn’t want to be perceived as that ‘angry Black woman’, and that really scared me. I didn’t want to be that and I wanted to remain calm and focused. It’s difficult to go back to that day because I just feel the trauma. I feel fearful, a little apprehensive.”

Elaine Welteroth added, “When you go back and watch what happened in that episode, you will see two Black women walking the same tightrope that Black women are walking every single day in the workplace.  As Sheryl said, we knew we had to stay composed in that situation, even in the face of someone who was A, not listening, and B, who went off the rails into disrespect when we were maintaining our respect within the context of this very complex, charged, emotional conversation.  There have been a lot of false narratives that have been spun in the aftermath of what happened on that episode…this is the first time that I have had the opportunity to speak. And I think it’s really important that we have the opportunity to say that the false accusations that are swirling in the press that frame Sheryl and I as some kind of, you know, people who attacked a woman on air, and were part of some sort of, you know, conspiracy, that is absolutely, categorically false.”

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She later added, “I just want to acknowledge you, Sheryl, on air for how you handled the situation. I think it’s important for people to really know the strength and willpower it takes to maintain that kind of composure in that situation. And I think for me, I was just really entering that conversation with the hope of finding a common ground and I didn’t feel like I was heard.”

In addition, Underwood wanted to go on record stating that while she had received text messages from Osbourne, she hadn’t replied to them because she wasn’t sure she was supposed to during during an internal investigation. Osbourne had said that she sent texts to Underwood and had apologized for her actions.

Sheryl shared: “I have never been through something like this. I didn’t know whether you were supposed to communicate or not communicate.  I have not spoken to Sharon, I haven’t had a phone call from her, ” However, Underwood expressed that if a friend were to come up to her and greet her nicely, she would do that same, “When you’re friends with someone, you stay friends,” she said.

So, what did you think about the sentiments shared by Sheryl and Elaine during The Talk? Was this episode helpful in shining a lot on racism, and successful in dealing with what transpired on March 10th with Sharon Osbourne? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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