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OLTL Recap – Jan 18 – Jan 22nd

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After a chance encounter with Charlie at a roadside bar, Dorian suggests that he kill Mitch as a way to solve all their problems.  Viki’s relieved when Charlie returns home without having resorted to drinking.  Rex tells Bo how Mitch made a move against Stacy to try and get her baby.  Bo lets Rex know he can turn to him at any time if he ever needs anything.  Gigi picks up on the fact that something’s bothering Schuyler, who’s privately worried Kyle, might spill the beans about Rex not being the father of Stacy’s baby.  Kyle hates keeping Schuyler and Stacy’s secret about the baby.  Stacy tells Kim she’s afraid the truth about the baby will come out when she fails to give birth by Valentine’s Day because her actual due date isn’t until a month later.  While doing research on the internet, Kim learns about a drug called oxytocin that’s used to induce labor and decides to enlist Schuyler to help her and Stacy get their hands on some of it.  Natalie and Jessica are dismayed to find that Kim has moved into the mansion with Clint.  Tea and Danielle arrive at Rachel’s after returning from Tahiti.  Tea tells Rachel that Danielle learned Todd’s her father but doesn’t mention the fact that Ross is alive.  Meanwhile, Blair takes a sullen Todd to visit Starr on her birthday but nothing can get his mind off of missing Tea.  Tea goes to see Todd, who’s happily surprised by her return.  Tea reveals that Danielle knows the truth that Todd is her father.  Rachel’s evasive when Danielle questions her about Todd.  Once alone, Danielle decides to start doing some research on Todd online.  Schuyler balks when Kim asks him to get her oxytocin to induce Stacy’s early labor but she makes a strong argument as to why he should do so.  After learning that Fish slept with Stacy, Kyle considers the possibility that Fish could be the father of her baby.  Langston confides to Blair that she fantasized about Ford while having sex with Markko.  Matthew tries to make things right with Destiny.  Rex and Stacy meet with Eli to discuss guardianship of their baby should something happen to both of them.

Todd’s taken by surprise when Tea tells him that Ross is alive and was the one responsible for convincing Danielle to return to Llanview.  Todd dreads the thought of having to explain his sordid past to Danielle.  Meanwhile, Danielle has already learned all about Todd’s misdeeds after researching him on the internet.  Matthew’s surprised to find Danielle at Rachel’s.  Danielle voices her despair to Matthew over the fact that Todd is her father.  Tea returns to Rachel’s only to find the apartment empty.  Fish is flabbergasted to think it’s possible he could be the father of Stacy’s baby.  Kyle and Fish confront Kim and Stacy threatening to go to Rex and Schuyler with their suspicions.  Kim and Stacy, however, force Fish and Kyle to keep quiet or risk them destroying Kyle’s medical career.  Fish and Kyle decide to bide their time and plan to have the baby’s DNA tested after it’s born.  After being put on the spot by Cristian and Layla, Markko’s forced to invite Ford to Starr and Langston’s party at Capricorn.  Langston, who can’t shake sexy thoughts of Ford, can barely hide her upset after learning he’s coming to her party.  Marty refuses to help Todd redeem himself in Danielle’s eyes.  Todd’s horrified when Tea alerts him to the fact that Danielle has already learned about his unsavory past via an internet search.  In an effort to help Danielle come to grips with Todd being her father, Matthew introduces her to Starr.  Jessica receives a letter from Mitch asking her to meet him on the docks alone.  After leaving Jessica under the watchful eye of a fellow cop, Brody decides to confront Mitch himself.  Nurse Charles sets her sights on Jessica.  Not wanting to let her know what he’s really up to, Charlie devastates Viki when he leads her to believe he’s drinking again when she follows him to the roadside bar where he’s meeting Dorian.  Charlie tells Dorian he’ll kill Mitch for her.

Starr tries to give Danielle some insight into Todd.  Todd and Tea are anxious to find Danielle.  Todd wonders if it would be best if Tea just returned to Tahiti with Danielle but she assures him they’ll work together to explain things to their daughter.  Brody plays into Mitch’s hands when he confronts him on the docks.  John stops Brody from killing Mitch with his bare hands.  Brody’s desperate to get to Jessica but an arriving Lowell orders his men to detain him.  Lowell has John arrested after John stops the cops from going after Brody when he makes a run for it.  Jessica falls into Nurse Charles’ clutches.  Charlie and Dorian seal their pact.  Langston doesn’t resist Ford when he kisses her.

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Brook Lynn and Chase’s Wedding Reception Brings a Beatdown for Dex

On Friday’s, May 17th episode of General Hospital, Brook Lynn (Amanda Setton) and Chase’s (Josh Swickard) wedding reception was the focal point as the touching celebration for the newlyweds got underway.

Sonny (Maurice Benard) was seething over seeing Dex mingle with the guests. With Dex becoming a cop, and ratting him out to Anna, previously Sonny feels betrayed by his former hit man. However, Sonny’s growing paranoia and mental stability is in question, in particular, because he has been off the proper dosage of meds for months now.

Later, when Sonny sees Dex talking with Gio (Giovanni Mazza) about serving in the military, and later chumming it up with Cerullos, he is about to go postal.

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Outside the ballroom. Sonny confronts Dex about chatting it up with the Cerullos, who he says are his people. He warns Dex to stay away from his family. Dex says he was invited to the reception.

Next, Sonny calls Dex a snitch, a spy, and lets him know he is “lucky to be breathing.”  Sonny issues Dex a warning to stay away from his family, or he may not be breathing much longer.

As Sonny turns to walk away., Dex grabs him by the arm to try to reason with him and to and say he’s not his enemy. However, Sonny throws a punch. In the pickup, Sonny continues to bloody and beatdown Dex, until Jason (Steve Burton) arrives on the scene and restrains Sonny.

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Kristina (Kate Mansi) walks in on the moment. She sees her father is yelling that both Jason and Dex are traitors. Sonny screams that they are both dead and he’s going to put a gun to their heads.

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In happy news, Brook Lynn and Chase finally begin their wedding night when they jump onto of their bed in their honeymoon suite. Chase says now they have a great wedding night, which will be followed by a great honeymoon, and that will be followed by their entire life together. They share a kiss.

So, what did you think of Sonny’s explosive words and actions against Dex and Sonny? Will Kristina figure out what is going on with her dad, once and for all? Comment below.

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AMERICAN IDOL: Final Three Are Chosen; After Nationwide Vote, Are the Right Singers Going to the Finale?

On Sunday night, the semi-finals of this season’s American Idol were decided on Disney Night, where the contestants had to chose songs from Disney’s songbook which has become a tradition and of branding by ABC/Disney.

As usual, judge and music superstar, Katy Perry got decked out in a Disney get-up and this year dressed as Cinderella in full gown, no less.

The results of the nationwide vote sent two singers home, leaving three for next week’s 22nd overall season finale of ‘Idol’ and the 7th on ABC. It should be noted that we, and many at home, were surprised that some of the song’s chosen were even in Disney movies!

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Eliminated were: 15-year-old Triston Harper who ended his run with a performance of  Rascal Flatt’s “Life is a Highway.” Also eliminated was Emmy Russell, the granddaughter of country legend, Loretta Lynn. After Russell’s performance of Brandi Carlile’s “Carried Me With You,” she did not have enough votes to move into the finale.

Moving on to the finals are: Jack Blocker, who wowed audiences during two-rounds of performances with “Nobody’s Fool” from Cars 2, and then David Bowie’sSpace Oddity.”

Will Moseley was also safe after his last performance of the night of Steppenwolf’s “Born to Be Wild.” Judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie thought it was the perfect sound for his voice, and apparently America thought so too.

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Finally, Abi Carter, who ended her night with a rendition of Fleetwood Mac’s, The Chain from the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 soundtrack, illustrated her stage presence growth as noted by the judges, when she went full fledged rocker/pop star for this one. Given Carter’s exceptional vocals, and her often more intimate style when accompanying herself on the piano, this performance also lifted her into the finals.

So, did the right singers make it to the finale? Who are you rooting for to be crowned the new American Idol next week? Comment below.

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THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS: Victor to Jordan: “You’re a Delusional Vicious, Bitch!” But, Is He About to Sic Her on Jack?

On the Friday, May 9th episode of The Young and the Restless, it has became abundantly clear that Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) is about to take revenge on his arch nemesis, Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman).

The manner in which he chooses to do so, may be the most heinous in Victor’s long list of masterminding plots. When visiting his prisoner, Jordan (Colleen Zenk) in the dungeon at the Newman ranch, she is trying to persuade him how he can’t let her rot down in the dungeon, in fact, he needs her and she can tell he wants something from her.

Jordan begs him for a hint of what he is planning, but Victor says,“It will be at a time of my choosing.” Jordan says she can help him in whatever he is planning. In fact, she can weaponize fear against someone; just look at what she did to his wife, Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott)!

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Victor yells at Jordan, “You’re a delusional vicious, bitch!” Jordan laughs and knows he wants her to do his dirty work. Victor says he will let her know when he decides. In the meantime, to torment her and to get her hooked on booze, as payback for getting Nikki back on the bottle, Victor reveals another bottle of vodka for her. He leaves it just in reach and just outside of her cell.

Next, Jordan tells Victor she needs food, not vodka. Victor slaps her hands away, and eventually walks out. Later, in the dungeon, Jordan paces tempted by the bottle, and screams for Victor to let her out of there and to tell her what he wants.

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Back at the Newmans, Victor rants to Victoria (Amelia Heinle) and Cole (J. Eddie Peck) that the family should stay away from the Abbotts. Victoria senses Victor is about to hatch a vengeful plot on Jack. Victor won’t admit to a thing.

At the Abbotts, Diane (Susan Walters) wants to walk out on Jack, due to his pill popping escapade to save Nikki. She is worried whatever move she makes might send him down the road to taking more pills. Jack swears he won’t do such a thing.  However, he is seems to be losing all the confidence from his entire family, which we can only take to mean he will be left open and vulnerable to whatever plot Victor hatches and uses Jordan to execute. All signs point to attempting to send Jack over the edge and spiraling downward into addiction.

So, what do you think will happen? How will Victor use Jordan to seek revenge on Jack Abbott? Comment below.

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