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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL: Steffy’s Not Having Any of Sheila

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Friday’s episode of The Bold and the Beautiful saw Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) step up to the plate and not buy whatever Sheila (Kimberlin Brown) was selling, and is horrified what her new hubby, Finn (Tanner Novlan) and his father, Jack (Ted King) pulled behind her back.

Therefore, Steffy put them all on blast and with that came another powerful performance by two-time Daytime Emmy winner, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood.

In story, Steffy decided not to take her business trip.  So, she comes home to find Sheila holding baby Hayes and begins to freak out, and wouldn’t you?  After all, this is evil Sheila we are talking about who has kidnapped babies before!

Jack tries to explain their way out of it, that Sheila promised to see Finn and her grandson Hayes and hold him, and then she would leave town. Throughout all of the scenes, Finn looked like he realized his marriage could have just hit the rocks before it even got started.

Steffy cannot believe that no one is not seeing through Sheila’s epic manipulations.  She wisely points out that, why did Sheila come out of nowhere when he wed a Forrester to finally reveal herself to him as his bio-mom?  Sheila tries to make Steffy understand mother-to-mother why she wanted to see her son and hold her grandson, and Steffy is becoming more unglued, rightly pointing out what Sheila did to her mother and grandmother … she shot them both! Sheila says Steffy has a narrow perspective of how her grandmother treated her.

Next, Steffy just can’t listen to this anymore, or have Sheila in their home and near their child one more second.  Steffy then lays into Sheila, and says she hopes her son doesn’t have Sheila’s “sickness” and tells her she’s getting a restraining order against her and she will never see Finn and Hayes ,or come near her family.

Sheila thinks it’s very cruel of Steffy to threaten her with time in the slammer for wanting to see her son.  Steffy orders Sheila to leave and Jack as well, since he is the one that set this in motion.  Steffy tells Sheila she’s a monster with no feelings!  Since Sheila won’t start to exit, Steffy walks over to her and bitch-slaps her yelling: “Don’t you ever try to take someone I love away from me. Get out!!”

Jack drags Sheila out and Steffy glares and Finn! Ruh-roh!

So, what did you think of the performances of Jacqueline MacInnes Wood and Kimberlin Brown in the major confrontation scenes? What will Sheila do next? What will happen to Finn and Steffy? Share your thoughts in the comment section. But first, check out the final moments of Friday’s Steffy vs. Sheila below!

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I’m so excited to see where this is going to go but I still want Lauren on Y&R to find out Sheila is alive. There could be miles of story left to tell with Sheila and that couldn’t make me happier!!!

I agree Shelia looks damn good in my opinion

YES! Let Steffy call Lauren and Lauren hightails it to LA and spill all of Sheila’s dirty deeds to Finn. Lets play out all the beats of Sheila\Lauren but this time around let Lauren turn the tables on Sheila and KICK HER ASS! Or Sheila is so pissed at Lauren for exposing the true Sheila that Finn cuts Sheila out of his life and his son so Sheila goes back to Genoa City to stalk Lauren and let Lauren truly finish off Sheila. Lauren knows Sheila is in GC but nobody else does Lauren finally KILLS Sheila (for real this time) and Lauren stands trial for murder…yummy!

I recently turned from Days of Our Lives (to over the top and concentration on one family) to Bold and I am loving this show! The acting and the reveal with Sheila is what I love about the genre. It keeps getting better by the day, the young lady that plays Steffy is so good and I look forward to seeing this playout.

Sheila gets slap #2 from Steffy, and knowing Sheila, she will pay for that, one way or another.

well played by all

BB is right now the best soap on TV. It’s truly soapy. I know YR & BB is everybody’s punching bag of hate but it’s still a fact CBS has been standing by their daytime dramas. You see commercials for both soaps, I rarely see any for the other soaps because ABC & NBC doesn’t give the support to their daytime programming. CBS still has a true mixture of daytime programming.

Odd as it sounds, I’m starting to feel bad for Sheila getting whacked by Steffy. That said, JMW needs to hone her slapping skills….each one has looked fairly off the mark.

Is anyone sick and tired of seeing Sheila gracing our screens again?

Does Sheila still have her waitressing job? 😉


THE GOLDEN BACHELOR Finale: Gerry Makes His Choice Breaking One Woman’s Heart and Getting Ready to Marry His New Love in a TV Special

Just when you think The Golden Bachelor has come to an end, think again! The look at love through the lens of seniors attempting to open their hearts later in life has been a ratings winner for ABC. The series has touched many and has given hope to others, even though, this is, after all, a reality show!

On Thursday night, it all came down to which woman would Gerry choose after bringing both Theresa and Leslie to meet his daughters and granddaughters, all in an effort to get their thoughts on each of the finalists.

Host Jesse Palmer teased during the live finale watch party –  in front of a studio audience – and at home on the east and central time zones – that the show will have, “an ending that’s going to shock you to your core. It really is that emotional.”  Was it the actual ending that was emotional, Jesse … or, was it before the conclusion when Gerry tore Leslie’s heart to pieces?

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After seemingly becoming more confused after both women meet with his family, and receiving their feedback which was very positive for both Theresa and Leslie, Gerry said he felt the weight of this decision more than ever, and in this moment.

Things go south and give viewers a clue of what is to come, when he gives Leslie a hug, before they go their separate ways, but gave Theresa an “I love you.”

Leslie can sense that something is off. Later in her room, Gerry visits her and says, “Thanks for everything you’ve done for me and I hope I’ve done the same for you.”  What?  To make things worse, Leslie tells him how happy he makes her. Gerry’s response is only, “thanks for that.”  Followed by “Be happy. I think it’s time for me to go.” Gerry exits as the in-studio audience is devastated for Leslie.

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To make things worse and official, after crying in the stairwell, Gerry comes back to Leslie’s room and they have it out. “I’ve kind of made a decision about how I want to go about this. I have fallen in love with Theresa, and that’s the direction I’m going to take.”  Leslie is blindsided: “So everything you told me the other night was a complete and total lie?” In the best moment of the series, when Gerry attempts to tell Leslie how to feel, she tells him she’ll feel however the f**k she wants to.

Next, the producers try to show us that Gerry has a heart, by including footage of him anguishing over hurting Leslie, and even an awkward hug-it-out moment with Jesse Palmer as comfort.

Now back to the live studio audience, and Leslie is there to address what happened, and as you might expect she was still crushed and hurt, because the hardest thing for viewers to watch was how candid she was about how she never felt she had the right man, a good man, and always lost at love. Gerry comes to the stage, and the two are cordial, but she has not forgiven him, nor should she.

As Gerry’s journey continues on the big screen, it’s the big day.  Theresa professes her love for him at their engagement ceremony.  Both Gerry and Theresa lost their spouses to illness after more than 40 years of marriage, so it makes sense that they would wind up together.  Gerry gets down on one knee, something Theresa shared never happened in her first engagement to her beloved ex-husband and hands her the final very special golden rose.

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When Gerry and Theresa are together for the first time as engaged in front of the live studio audience, it is announced that their wedding is fast-tracked! And the ceremony will air on ABC on January 4th (8pm ET/7PM CT) in a special event entitled The Golden Wedding, and the duo are getting a trip to Italy to boot!

So, what do you think? Did Gerry pick the right woman? Were you gutted for Leslie? What do you think of the marriage happening so soon? Comment below.

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Ava Receives a Haunting Letter About Austin’s Murder

On Thursday’s November 30th episode of General Hospital, Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) is on the case of who shot Austin (Roger Howarth) and pays a visit to Ava Jerome (Maura West) at Wyndemere.

Dante asks Ava when was the last time she saw Dr. Austin Gatlin-Holt. She asks why and what is going on with Austin? Dante tells her he’s dead, and assumes she must already know, especially given her non-reaction to the news.

Ava tells Dante she was last with Austin two days ago at her gallery. When he questions her if security footage can back that up, that would then give her an alibi. However, Ava explains she left out the back, and that the surveillance camera has not been working. Since the murder happened in Pautauk, Dante tells Ava they will want to question her.


She responds that a lot of people in town knew Austin from Maxie (Kirsten Storms) and on. However, Dante points out that Ava was the only one that was kidnapped by Mason (Nathanyael Grey). Ava says she will have her lawyer ready.

As Dante exits, Ava looks through her unopened mail. She finds a letter addressed to her and it says inside on note paper, “You’re welcome.” But that’s not all, inside the letter is a polaroid of Austin’s dead body.


Also in story, Molly (Kristen Vaganos) has a meltdown when she has to start the finding a surrogate process all over again, and is found crying on a park bench by her sister, Kristina (Kate Mansi). Will this be the conversation where Molly will take up Kristina on her initial offer to carry the child for her and TJ (Tahj Bellow)?


In another key moment, James thinks Cody (Josh Kelly) would make a great big brother, which then gets Felicia (Kristina Wagner) flashing back to when Cody told Mac that it turns out Mac is not his bio-dad. Felicia senses something is not right. Is she finally on to the fact that Cody lied to Mac? Stay tuned.


So, who do you think sent the letter to Ava about killing Austin? Is it Nikolas? Cyrus? Mason? Could it be Ava herself, who doesn’t remember she did the deed, or could it be someone else? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS: Aunt Jordan Escapes Through a Vent

Wednesday’s November 29th episode of The Young and the Restless, served to set-up story for months to come and revealed its ultimate purpose for fans of the long-running daytime drama series.

In the end, the takeaway was: Aunt Jordan (Colleen Zenk) lives to see another day and will come back to terrorize the Newmans (Giving viewers Sheila Carter-vibes, who gets away with everything), Claire (Hayley Erin) is left unraveled and misguided, which upon investigation could lead her to be forgiven by Victoria (Amelia Heinle), Cole (J. Eddie Peck) and the rest of the family and eventually welcomed into the family as “Eve”, and puts Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott), the way many viewers like to see her … battling the bottle.

To get to those points, here’s what went down: After Jordan slashed Nick (Joshua Morrow) with a knife, and he tumbles down the stairs, he is bleeding out and Cole and Victoria try to help him through being poisoned along with Victor (Eric Braeden) and Nick.


Upstairs, Victor who had found Nikki, sees Jordan with a bloody knife.  He shouts at her to put the knife down. Jordan fires back, “Put the knife down? You’re giving me orders, Victor Newman, after what you did to my sister?!” Victor argues that her sister tried to kill Nikki!

Going on about Claire and raising her, Jordan seethes “I loved her. I gave her guidance. I gave her purpose.” Victor says, “You turned that girl into a monster.” Jordan gloats as the poison is taking effect and Victor will die shortly.

Downstairs, Claire is shocked and panicked. Victoria pleads with her to help them. Claire laments how this, “wasn’t supposed to be this way,” and how her goal was to hurt them emotionally as she waited 20 years for Victoria to admit how she left her as a child and never looked backed. Claire did all this with Aunt Jordan to hear Victoria say that she’s sorry.


Victoria says that she is sorry. She is sorry for the lies Jordan told her and the ways she was raised with so much hate. A gut-wrenched Victoria says, that she and Cole loved their baby, and when she died they were devastated.

Victor makes his move on Jordan as he and Nikki escape the upstairs bedroom and lock Jordan in it.  Victoria cries when Victor brings Nikki downstairs. Claire asks where her Aunt Jordan is.  And in the line of the episode, Victor says, “Who cares about that bitch!” Victoria pleads with Claire to turn this situation around for herself, and to save everyone, and she will help her. Cole promises that as well.

Claire walks to the drawer containing their phone, and pulls out vials containing the antidotes to the poison they drank. Nick struggles to get to his phone and calls 911.


A confused Cole ask Victoria if their baby Eve is dead. She confirms, “Our baby, Eve, is dead.”  Claire just sits and cries. Eventually, the paramedics arrive where they handcuff Claire. When the Newmans ask if the cops located Aunt Jordan, they tell them they searched the house and she is nowhere to be found.

As Claire’s is being led out by the cops, she says she doesn’t really know who she is anymore and, “I’m sorry.”  Victor says she’s nuts likes her aunt. As everyone is being led out of the house, the camera pans up to an air vent revealing Aunt Jordan’s eye glaring and watching. We fade to black.

So, what did you think of this episode? Will Claire be confirmed to be Eve? Will Jordan devise another plot to destroy the Newmans given we know Colleen Zenk is still taping at Y&R? Will Nikki drink herself into a stupor very shortly? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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