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Y&R Preview: ‘Teriah’ Worried That Baby Aria May Be Deaf

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This week on The Young and the Restless, Mariah (Camryn Grimes) and Tessa (Cait Fairbanks) become very concerned that something is wrong with their daughter. The two moms begin to notice something is off when a loud thunderclap startles them, but does not rattle the baby.

In a preview for the CBS daytime drama in the latest issue of Soap Opera Digest, Tessa also thinks it’s strange that after six months, that their little bundle of joy is not responding to the two moms when they call her by her name, “Aria”.

Camryn Grimes shared: “They’re just hoping their little girl is a heavy sleeper, but you can tell in their faces that the worry is really settling in.” At Sharon’s (Sharon Case) suggestion Teriah decide they should have Aria’s hearing tested, to which Grimes revealed, “This is going to be a tough road for them to navigate. There will be obstacles popping up along the way on a parenting journey that they never anticipated.”

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If this proves to be true, and Aria is deaf, might this bring Devon (Bryton James) in to this story with his experience of becoming deaf and receiving a cochlear implant to hear again?

What do you think if the CBS daytime drama series gives the same-sex duo of Mariah and Tessa a baby with a lifelong disability? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Finally. A STORY. And one that features Cam’ron Grimes.

Who wants to watch that?

Not I—too fake. I love Cameron but Tessa? The most superfluous character on Y&R. Plus, whose idea was it to put that outrageous BOW on that cute, little baby? It’s bigger than her head.

They never resolved if Tess got her singing voice back – that storyline lasted about two episodes, when they made her a one time model..

Finally a story that doesn’t include that viper, Audra!

I’m with you, Lew. Crying-worthy. More strange to me is the fact that Victor has no issues with Audra—-Considering she’s doing his granddaughter’s husband—you know??
Then again, Victor’s morals are not so shiny. I get it. LOL.

What hope could there be that this plot plays out for more than 2 episodes in a month’s time? Devon’s involvement seems too sensible to happen.

Certainly seems like a very strong possibility if the baby did not wake from the loud noises they described. Good thing Sharon talked them into having the baby’s hearing tested.

Oh, Violet—the baby’s hearing problem is a good, realistic storyline. I just wish Tessa’s character would be replaced. There is nothing “catchy” or appealing about this so-so actress. Maybe, it’s just moi!!?? There are too many inconsistencies and lousy plots lately..
Asides—Why does Sharon wear minis barely covering her culo? Looks ridiculous on someone her age. Over-the knee would do.
—I wonder if Nikki would be so hell-bent on getting rid of Adam if he were her biological son. Yet, Victoria ( yuck) has free rein?

Hi Celia, agree with your post, except I find the baby story very boring and I agree with your assessment of Sharon’s clothing, also Tessa and Mariah together, blah and boring. Maybe some others might find them cute and loving, whatever.. Also what you said about Victor not having issue with Audra, I think we haven’t heard the other shoe drop. This man and his kids drive me crazy as does his snooty wife, she’s always resented Adam, as he is so much like Victor, but don’t think she sees it. I’ve read how they are going to write Mariah’s pregnancy into the show, how could they do that unless she’s raped?

Yeah—Nikki has always had the puckered lips and nose up in the air like a nouveau-riche peasant. Let’s not forget from whence she hails. LOL.
I agree that the Mariah and family storyline is boring—but the baby’s hearing issue is very real-life problem. However, I have yet to know any doctor who makes house-calls. Unrealistic.
I haven’t read anything on Camryn’s pregnancy as it pertains to the soap yet.
Aside—watching today’s episode with Sharon, Nick, Victor and Adam together in one room? Well, I could only think of one thing—she slept with all three. I have a dirty mind—need to wash my brain out with bleach.

Celia…Aside #3…Since Sharon knew all three of them intimately, and because of her psychological background, you would have thought she would have never tried to put them together on her new business venture and avoid the alpha dog squabbles and betrayals. Not smart from the get-go.

Celia, no dirty mind here, it’s a fact. I didn’t even think of it. Gee, maybe they should have called Chance and got his 2 cents in or whatever Sharon’s worth these days. NOW THAT’S DIRTY!

Violet and Rose—well, girls—glad we agree—Sharon has done the dirty with everyone and she’s not done. I think it’s time the writers stop giving Sharon these young roles. I’m no prude, but she dresses like my 17-year old niece—then again, even her skirts aren’t that short. She looks ridiculous—-maybe the writers are trying to make her look younger because her new boyfriend is younger than her son..

Celia…Aside#2…Or Hope’s backless, barely front breakup dress when she first went to see Thomas on B&B to tell him she was going to try to work out her marriage with Liam.

General Hospital

GH’s Amanda Setton on Brook Lynn’s Feelings Towards Chase: “She’s Head Over Heels In Love With Him”

General Hospital’s Brook Lynn Quartermaine (Amanda Setton) has once again landed in hot water.  After being blackmailed by her grandmother, Tracy Quartermaine (Jane Elliot), she winds up fired from Deception, after the whole ‘Deceptor’ debacle.

Not only is Brook Lynn hurt that Maxie (Kirsten Storms) fires her, but she feels she needs to come clean with her man, Chase (Josh Swickard).  Previously, Brook Lynn lying to Chase has backfired on her and kept the couple apart.  What will happen this time?

In a preview in the latest issue of Soap Opera Digest for next week’s episodes of GH, Amanda Setton shares how important it is for Brook Lynn to open up to Chase and finally tell him what she has been secretly facing.

Setton explained, “She’s head over heels in love with him.  She trusts him. I think more than anyone in her entire life, ever.”  Amanda goes on to say, “I think she (Brook Lynn) has to get everything off her chest and spill it all out because he’s her main confident at this point.”

However, Setton is well aware of how things have gone south for Brook Lynn with Chase before, “She doesn’t want to make the same mistake again.”

Be on the lookout for Brook Lynn to feel anger and betrayal at Tracy which could lead to consequences for both of them.

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Meanwhile, what will happen when Brook Lynn’s mother, Lois Cerullo (Rena Sofer) arrives back in Port Charles come October? Will Lois be TeamBLQ? Will Chase stand by Brook Lynn? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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CBS Announces Fall Previews and Season Premiere Dates for Daytime Lineup Including Y&R and B&B

CBS, which has network television’s leading daytime programming block, is about to have its fall premieres and along with that, several broadcast milestones.  The network will continues its reign as the #1-rated network in daytime for the last 36 years, and this upcoming season would mark The Young and the Restless as the top-rated drama for 35 years.

The Young and the Restless will begin its 51st year on television beginning on October 3rd, and as CBS’ longest-running scripted series. In a preview of the new season, the network offers up: “Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) will fight to protect his legacy at all costs while an unexpected adversary challenges Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott).”

In addition, “Viewers will be treated to returns from fan-favorite characters Mamie Johnson (Veronica Redd), who has unfinished business with rival Jill Abbott (Jess Walton), and Danny Romalotti (Michael Damian), who finds himself caught between ex-wives Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) and Christine “Cricket” Blair (Lauralee Bell, celebrating 40 years on the series). And Jack Abbott’s (Peter Bergman) vow renewal with Diane Jenkins (Susan Walters) will be the perfect setting for romance, intrigue and family drama.”

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Meanwhile, Y&R’s sister soap, The Bold and the Beautiful, will have its official 37th season begin on Thursday September 21st. In story. look for: “Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown) to learn that Deacon Sharpe (Sean Kanan) has gone to great lengths to prove his love for her. A new intern at Forrester Creations, fashion student Luna (Lisa Yamada), arriving with a mysterious past. Viewers will also learn if Hope Logan (Annika Noelle) will continue to pursue Thomas (Matthew Atkinson), a man dedicated to only her, or reunite with her husband Liam (Scott Clifton), who also admits to unrequited feelings for his ex, Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood), who is currently estranged from her husband whom she loves, Finn (Tanner Novlan). Eric Forrester (John McCook) faces a health challenge he chooses to hide that may end his illustrious career. Yet, he’s determined to create his final fashion collection with the help of his grandson R.J. (Joshua Hoffman), much to the consternation of Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye), culminating in a stunning Forrester fashion challenge between father and son filled with gamesmanship, heartbeat and high stakes. And, a shocking secret engagement will lead to either scandal or happily ever after for one couple.”

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On the game show front, the longest consecutively running game show in television history, The Price is Right. is back for its 52nd season on Monday, September 25th. This will be the first season in the game show’s new state-of-the-art facility in Haven Studios in Glendale, California. Drew Carey returns as host for his 17th season along with announcer George Gray and models Rachel Reynolds, Manuela Arbeláez, Amber Lancaster, Alexis Gaube, James O’Halloran and Devin Goda.

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Meanwhile, Let’s Make a Deal will celebrate its 60th anniversary on television, when the new season premieres on Monday September 25th. Wayne Brady will celebrate his 15th year as host. The first episode kicks off with a $15,000 giveaway for one lucky contestant.

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The celebration continues all season long with Wayne’s signature improvisational and musical stylings, the show’s trademark games, and of course, the dreaded Zonks. In honor of both anniversaries, there will be special surprises for contestants to play and win throughout the entire season. The show also features announcer Jonathan Mangum, model Tiffany Coyne and musician Cat Gray.

So, looking forward to what’s to come on The Young and the Restless, The Bold and the Beautiful, Let’s Make a Deal and The Price is Right? Let us know in the comment section below.

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General Hospital

GH’s Josh Kelly On Cody’s Plan to Save Sasha: “He Has to Use Some Tough Love to Get Through to Her”

Last week, Cody (Josh Kelly) was able to neutralize Dr, Montague (Darin Toonder) in order to save Sasha (Sofia Mattsson) from his clutches at Ferncliff. For weeks, Montague has been drugging Sasha so badly, that she has been hallucinating, confused and isolated while in his clutches.

Now, after infiltrating the mental institution, Cody with the help of a getaway car (thank you, Sam!) has whisked Sasha away to hopefully safety.  So what is Cody’s plans from here?

In a preview for the latest issue of Soap Opera Digest, Kelly explains that after Cody brings Sasha to a remote cabin to begin to detox, “She’s frenetic and exhausted and still having hallucinations. For Cody, it’s just really sad. It hurts to watch and it’s really hard. But then he has to use some tough love to try to get through to her, because she kind of starts to not want to fight anymore. It requires Cody to cut pretty deep with some tough love.”


Cody is now on to Gladys (Bonnie Burroughs) and her part in all of this.  As teased by Kelly, Cody is going to do anything in his power to bring her down, and to justice, while keeping Sasha safe.  If Cody’s action land him in hot water with the PCPD or any other authorities, according to Kelly, that is OK by his soap opera alter-ego.

Josh added on Cody’s mindset, “He’s been in trouble his whole life and this is totally worth it. He’s like, ‘Who cares if I go to jail? This is bigger than me.'”

So, are you glad that FINALLY Sasha is out of Ferncliff? Are you rooting for a big love story ahead for Cody and Sasha? What SHOULD happen to Gladys now? Weigh-in via the comment section below. But first, check out this week’s promo for General Hospital.

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