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OLTL Recap – Oct 10 – Oct 14th

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Tea enters on Blair and Todd about to kiss. Tea tells Blair that Tomas pled guilty and that Starr didn’t get bailed out. Todd wonders if he should turn himself in. Tea gets emotional, remembers being with Victor last time she was at the cabin.  Her telling Todd about how possessive Victor was with his kids brings up the Jack/Gigi situation. Suddenly realizes there was someone else who wanted to kill Victor as much as Todd did. Starr presses Jack to admit he was lying about Todd’s guilt.  Blair comes in and apologizes to Tomas for sending him after Todd. Tomas evades, tells Blair to concentrate on helping Starr.   Blair urges Tomas to change his guilty plea and leaves. Jack goes to Victor’s grave and Delphina sees him, noting that he’s got a guilty conscience about something. Blair arrives. Kim tells her friend that she has to shake down Roxy and Echo to get Clint’s money back. Echo tells Roxy not to worry because the police think Todd murdered Victor.  Kim walks in on them. She tells them she’s turning in the gun, they’re out of time. Rex goes to the cemetery to talk to Gigi about what the “Don’t give up” note means.  Delphina shows up and Rex asks her to talk to Gigi to explain the note.  Rex pleads with Delphina to send him back in time to before Gigi died so he can keep her from dying. In Kentucky, Kim talks to her friend in the hospital and there is a shocking revelation.

Rex catches Echo and Roxy scheming together. Echo hides the gun in the foyer before retreating to the living room. Unnoticed, Shane finds the gun and flashes back to the night of the murder. In the living room, Rex gets Echo and Roxy to admit that they think he killed Victor. At the cemetery, Blair admits to Jack that she doesn’t believe the story he told the police. Blair pleads with Jack to consider that his false testimony will deny Victor justice and haunt Jack for the rest of his life. After she leaves, Shane approaches Jack with the gun in hand.  Tea and Todd, holed up in Viki’s cabin, begin to toss around the idea that Rex could be the person who killed Victor. Todd worries that if revenge is what motivated Rex, then Jack is still in danger. Tea calls Bo and strong-arms him into questioning Rex. Meanwhile, at Capricorn, Aubrey discovers that Rex’s gun was never dropped off to the police. Aubrey chastises Cutter and vows that they are done for good. Cutter storms out. At EOD, Aubrey finds Bo and tells him she has information about Victor’s murder…Kim assures her friend that everything will be fine now that Rex has signed over his company. At EOD, Cutter arrives with a plan of his own.

Shane confronts Jack in the cemetery, accusing Jack of lying about having seen Todd Manning knock him out at the scene of the murder.  Shane demands that Jack admit what he did to Gigi.  He threatens to shoot him dead if he doesn’t. Rex is still insisting that he didn’t kill Victor, even as Echo finds out the gun is missing.  They panic, fearing that Shane was the one who killed Victor.  When Bo arrives, Rex’s instinct is to protect his son.  Cutter has a plan to get Clint’s money back for himself.  When Kim refuses, he threatens to reveal her secret. Bo gets an earful from Aubrey about Cutter’s failure to turn in the gun.  She reveals that it belonged to Rex.  Bo tries to keep his emotions in check when he goes to talk to Rex.  Viki arrives home to Clint who reveals that he and Cord had a little tiff about Tina.  He mentions that Cord threw Clint’s relationship with Viki in his face.  Viki asks him about Kim.  Clint tells her that he hasn’t seen her since she asked for his help with her sick friend.  He sent Rex to investigate, but it was a dead end.  Viki wonders if he’s disappointed that Kim seems to have vanished again.  He prods Viki about whether she’s ready to date again. 

Shane has Jack at gunpoint.  Shane tells Bo and Rex his story. Meanwhile, Vimal suggests to Shaun that the police have a suspect in their midst.  Elsewhere, Blair visits Téa at the cabin and learns that Todd is on the mend.  Blair tells Téa that Jack as much as admitted his story that Todd killed Victor is false, but he refuses to say so to the police.  Kim confesses everything to Cutter.  By EOD Kim hands over the document that controls Clint’s fortune.  Cutter hopes to use it to wrangle control of the Buchanan riches.  Elsewhere, Aubrey tells Rama and that she and Cutter broke up.  In the process, Rama learns that Kim has surfaced.  Rama intends to get back the money Kim stole from her.  Jessica encounters John, but will she tell him the truth that Liam may be his son.

Tea lies to Dani about her whereabouts. He wonders if the cops are investigating Rex as Victor’s murderer but Tea doesn’t know; only that Starr caught Jack in a lie.  Meanwhile Blair is with Bo, having heard from Jack that Shane pulled a gun on him. Todd decides it’s time to turn himself in, and Tea agrees.  They have emotional scenes about her need for justice for Victor.  Meanwhile Blair wants Bo to press charges on Shane.  Tea comes to Bo and says Todd will turn himself in. But they’re going to need something in return. Dani is skipping school and lies to her mother.  She’s leaving then house when she runs into Nate and shares with him how worried she is re Starr.  Nate again apologizes to Dani for his porn endeavor. Rama has arranged to meet Cutter at the Spotted Pony and threatens to have him arrested. Kim goes to work and finds Rama waiting for her. Echo is about to tell Rex she forged his signature but Shane interrupts.  Rex and Shane have emotional scenes in which Rex questions why Shane never told Rex what he did to Jack, and that he thought Rex had killed Victor. They resolve not to keep things from each other, and to stop chasing a ghost. And the person in the hospital bed wakes up.

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General Hospital

GENERAL HOSPITAL: Port Charles Learns a Bomb Caused the Explosion as Lives are Forever Changed

This week’s General Hospital has reminded us all of why we love daytime drama and why GH possesses some of the finest performers in the genre.

Wednesday’s episode featured several emotionally-charged and gut-wrenching moments as loved ones find out the fate of several people in crisis, or have to deliver terrible news in the wake of the bomb explosion at the Floating Rib, which already had taken the lives of Dev (Ashton Arbab) and Dustin (Mark Lawson).

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As we begin, Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) has a passed-out Lulu (Emme Rylan) in his arms and brings her to Portia (Brook Kerr), who sends her for tests.  And in true soap opera fashion, just as Lulu was presumably going to tell Dane she still loved him and wanted him back (following Dustin’s death) … he never heard what she had to say.

 

Laura (Genie Francis) fills in Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) that Dev did not make it, and then Liz decides to tell her son, Cameron (William Lipton) the heartbreaking news while he is recovering from his injuries.  When she does, Cam is overcome and devastated as his mother holds him in her arms.  Meanwhile, Carly (Laura Wright) is filling-in Trina (Sydney Mikayla) and Josslyn (Eden McCoy) about Dev’s untimely death.

Later, with Laura present, Portia tells Lulu’s loved ones that she has a cerebral contusion, and that there is a a traumatic brain injury which has caused swelling on the brain.  Laura and Dante look on devastated.  Portia then says they have already rushed Lulu to urgent surgery.

Julian (William deVry) is with Ava (Maura West) at Wyndemere.  She is attempting to hide him there, while he figures out his next step after planting the bomb.  However, Jason (Steve Burton) shows up looking for Julian now that Sonny found out that a bomb caused the explosion that ravaged the Floating Rib.  From that point on calls are made to ensure Sonny’s family is protected as a mob war is about to go down. Sonny (Maurice Benard) and Jason believe all roads lead back to Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober).

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Jason leaves Wyndemere before spotting Julian; leaving a distraught Ava to come down hard on her brother … he has two choices…  leave Port Charles, which she will help him do, or stay, and if he stays, she will not help him or be a part of his life.  While they are discussing his next move, they learn Lulu is now in critical condition from the bomb.  Ava tells Julian in no uncertain terms that everything he has done has come with a cost.  Jason shows up at the Corinthos home where Sam (Kelly Monaco), who is not happy about any of this, finds out along with Carl,y that Jason believes he was the target at the Floating Rib.

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As Liz is struggling to hold it together with Franco (Roger Howath) having brain surgery, she speaks with Scott (Kin Shriner), who did not know of his son’s tumor.  She shares with Franco’s dad that Franco is worried he will wake up a very different person.  Liz is told Franco is out of surgery, and is in tears over his hospital bed.  She prays he will be alright and Franco wakes up!

Portia tells Nikolas (Marcus Coloma), Laura, and Dante that Lulu is out of surgery but in a coma, which Kevin (Jon Lindstrom) points out is normal in these situations. Dante goes to sit by Lulu’s bedside and begs her to wake up.

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Then, in devastating news for Laura, Lucas (Matt Trudeau) gives her the real 411 on Lulu.  He tells Laura that Lulu’s brain started swelling the minute she hit her head at the Floating Rib, and that her injury got worse the longer she was not checked out.  Laura achingly realizes Lulu was so worried about Dustin that she never was immediately checked out for head trauma.  Lucas lets Laura know that Lulu’s recovery could take a very long time, if she recovers at all.

Heart-tugging performances throughout the stellar episode were given by: Dominic Zamprogna, Genie Francis, William Lipton, Rebecca Herbst, and Maura West in very intense and dramatic scenes.

So, what have you thought of this week’s episodes of GH? The fate of Lulu? The performances from yesterday’s airshow? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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Dancing with the Stars

‘Bachelorette’ Alum Kaitlyn Bristowe Wins The Mirrorball Trophy In Season Finale of ‘Dancing with the Stars’

In a season which saw a new host and executive producer, Tyra Banks, no studio audience due to Covid-19, three former soap stars in the competition and some too-close-to-call moments, four celebrity dancers and their pro partners danced their hearts out on Monday night in the season finale of Dancing with the Stars.

Hoping to take home the Mirrorball Trophy were: Kaitlyn Bristowe, Nelly, Justina Machado and Nev Schulman along with their pro dance partners.

The four couples danced two numbers – one dance they performed earlier in the season, and one freestyle.

When the dust settled with the judges scores combined with the popular vote at-home, and no judges ‘save’ at play to decide the final fate of the season, here is how it went down when the results were revealed,

In fourth place was Justina Machado and her partner, Sasha Farber.  In third place was Nelly and his pro partner Daniella Karagach,  That left two of the top celebrity dancers in the entire field as Tyra Banks handed down the results as Kaitlyn Bristowe and Nev Shulman held on to their partners for life hoping their name would be called.

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Next, Tyra announced that it was former ‘Bachelorette’ Kaitlyn Bristowe and her partner Artem Chigvintsev who won it all and took the coveted Mirrorball Trophy as a let-down Nev Shulman and his partner, Jenna Johnson looked on.

Interesting enough, Bristowe follows former ‘Bachelorette’ Hannah Brown as the champ of the ballroom dance floor competition, as Brown won the previous season 28

So, did the right couple win season 29 of DWTS? Let us know via the comment section below. But first check out Kaitlyn and Nev’s final performances that helped determine the winner.

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General Hospital

GENERAL HOSPITAL: Julian’s Life Implodes As Bomb Explodes

Friday’s episode of General Hospital left viewers with an explosive ending, literally, that left fans on the edge of their seats of just what will be the ramifications for those inside and outside the Floating Rib, and on the docks of Port Charles.

At the epicenter of the story is William deVry (Julian Jerome), who delivered a top-notch and emotional heart-tugging performance within the hour installment of the ABC daytime drama series.

As it went down, Cyrus Renault (Jeff Kober) wants Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) dead and has Julian doing his bidding; that includes Julian walking around with a bomb in a backpack. Renault meets Julian on the pier, and Julian lets the drug lord know that he will not target a restaurant full of people, since Jason is currently at the Floating Rib, playing pool with his son.  Cyrus tells Julian not to worry that the bomb will not be an issue until Jason is alone. He then hands Julian a burner phone to call him when the job is done.

As the two are talking, a drunken Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) stumbles upon the conversation, and that sets up what would have very well been the final scenes of the former couple known as “Julexis”.  When Alexis and Julian begin to talk, Julian shows his concern for her drinking, which she does not want to hear about.  Then in a key moment, Julian apologizes to Alexis for all the pain he has caused her.  It was in this line of dialogue, “Alexis, you have been such a positive light in my dark life” that viewers and possibly Alexis, felt the weight of what Julian was trying to convey, as he feared his life could be coming to an end, or feeling racked with guilt for the things he finds himself unable to extricate himself from.  Alexis wonders why he sounds like he’s saying goodbye to her.

Later, Julian shows up with the bomb at the Floating Rib as he flips through his phone and pictures of his children and loved ones knowing he must do what Renault has ordered to keep everyone safe.  He leaves the backpack with the bomb in it under a table.

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At the Floating Rib, we have a major set up that could also lead to dire consequences.  Lulu (Emme Rylan) has summoned Dustin (Mark Lawson) to meet her at the bar to discuss the status of their relationship, now that Dante (Dominic Zamprigna) is back in town.  Dustin pulls out a ring and gets down on one knee to propose, just as Dante is outside the bar coming to talk to Lulu.

Meanwhile, Dev (Ashton Arbab) discovers the backpack and goes to tell the bartender about it.  In addition, Jason, Danny, Cameron (William Burton), and Liz (Rebecca Herbst) and Franco (Roger Howarth) are also there.

At  the end of the episode, Julian is back on the docks and pulls out the burner phone Cyrus gave him.  Julian says, “You better pick up”, but unknowingly when he hits Cyrus’ number, he sets off the bomb to explode in the bar.  Fade to black.

So, what will be the upshot of the bomb explosion?  Will Julian, in the midst of the turmoil, make it look like he perished in the explosion to facilitate William deVry’s exit?  Will something happen to Lulu, since we know Emme Rylan has exited the show as well?  Will everyone be saved?  Share your thoughts and theories and what you thought of Will’s performance via the comment section below.

 

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