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Y&R Recap – Aug 23 – Aug 27th

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Jack wonders if Phyllis is starting to spin out of control after he witnesses the altercation between her and Deacon. As Nick and Sharon bring Summer and Faith back to the tack house and Summer asks if they are all going to live their together with Phyllis, Sharon helps Nick deflect Summer’s question as they work together as a family. At the coffeehouse, Abby tells Daniel that she is going to Gloworm to work on her image but Daniel refuses to go with her as long as Deacon is there but Abby knows she can convince him. After a little eyelash-batting and some not so subtle hints, Daniel finely gives in. Meanwhile, Tucker is stunned when Ashley tells him that she doesn’t want to see him anymore. Later, at Gloworm, Abby starts to strip for her adoring public in order to save Daniel from ripping Deacon apart. Nearby, Phyllis gets fired up as she tells Jack about seeing Nick with his blonde at Jimmy’s and that he is probably with Sharon right now. At the tack house, Phyllis is on the right track, as Sharon decides to take Nick’s offer to move back to the ranch as they slow seem to be becoming a family again. Billy watches Victoria as she rides the high off walking away from Newman and her father and she throws down the gauntlet, telling Billy that he needs to find something to make this feeling last. Later, Billy and Victoria end up in a tattoo parlor. Victoria ends up getting “Billy forever” tattooed on her back but before Billy’s “Victoria” can be finished their tattoo artist, Snake, has a heart attack and only finishes the “Victor.” Victor runs into Adam at the gym and Adam continues to push Victor’s buttons until Victor draws off and clocks him. Meanwhile, Tucker wonders what Ashley is afraid of between them but Ashley’s defensives go up and she tells him that she isn’t scared she just isn’t interested. Later, at Gloworm, Phyllis is served by Adam’s lawsuit and when Skye and Adam both show up at the club, Phyllis loses her cool and Jack has to talk her off the ledge, reminding her that she has Summer to think about. Meanwhile, Skye reminds Adam everything she has on him and that he better start being a little more grateful for everything she is doing, for starters, dropping the suit.

Tucker is furious with Ashley for what she is doing and demands that she admit that she feels what is going on between them but Ashley stands her ground, even when Tucker continues to push. Ashley tells Tucker to go home and eventually Tucker has no choice. Later, Tucker returns, unwilling to let Ashley shut him out and ends up throwing a patio chair through the window to make her listen and it works as she rushes to him and kisses him hard. Nick and Phyllis run into each other at the coffeehouse and just as they are having a moment of civility, Phyllis goes ballistic when she hears that Sharon and Faith are staying at the tack house with Nick. Meanwhile, Adam shows up at the ranch and although alarmed about how he got onto the property, Sharon immediately wonders what happened to his eye. Adam tells her not to worry about it and tries once again to convince her that she still wants to be with him just as Nick arrives home and finds Adam there. Adam leaves voluntarily but Nick is furious with Sharon for letting him in. Later, Phyllis works out her aggressions by having sex with Deacon in the loading dock of Gloworm. Billy nearly loses it when he realizes that he has Victor’s name in a heart on his back. Meanwhile, Victor offers Jack another partnership and a way to take down Adam, by investing in the Newman Fund. Later, Billy is about to carve his own arm off just to get Victor’s name off his body when Victoria decides he needs a distraction and sets about her task with a passionate kiss that heats up. Jack calls Skye to tell her that he is having his money wired into their hedge fund tomorrow and Skye is thrilled, setting Jack and Victor’s plan into motion. As Cane and Lily prepare for the twins’ Christening they realize what family really means. Meanwhile, Lauren wonders if she can just hand over half of Fenmores to Jill just because a judge orders her to. All the while, Jill has new executive photos taken, as she prepares to take her place at Fenmores. Later, Lauren decides that Michael is right and it is time to end this feud with Jill. Jill is thrilled to hear that Lauren is ready to sign the papers so quickly. Nina is disappointed when Paul tells her that although her son’s parents seemed like decent people he has no new leads for her on where he is now. Meanwhile, Ronan is furious with Chloe when she starts talking about his secret where anyone could hear her. Chance stops by to see Heather and Heather admits to him that Ronan was the one that took the drugs from her office and Chance goes ballistic saying that he is going with her to see Owen to take Ronan down. Heather, however, refuses to let him, covering her true reasons for not wanting him to come with her and saying that he is too emotional and promising that she will handle Owen herself. Nina begins to worry that the reason there is no trace of her other son is because he is dead. Meanwhile, Chloe can’t believe that Ronan doesn’t want to know his mother or his brother, no matter what his opinions of them are. Later, Chance runs into Chloe in the hallway outside Heather’s apartment and they end up on the topic of Ronan. Chance is bothered when Chloe doesn’t seem to think he is a dirty cop and wonders what she is getting at when she brings up his long lost brother. In Owen’s office, Heather tells him that Ronan took the drugs and is going to use them to track the drug ring which scares Owen, who is involved. Ronan shows up and blindsides Heather when he tells Owen that Heather has no idea what she is doing.

Michael reminds Lauren that no amount of money can take away the fact that she is Fenmore’s, the legacy lives on in her. Meanwhile, Cane reminds Jill not to start out on the wrong foot with Lauren because this will be hard for her and if Jill wants to really become a family one-day she is going to need to respect that. Later, Lauren and Jill sign the paperwork handing Jill half of Fenmore’s and Jill remembers Cane’s advice as she tries to reach out to Lauren but Lauren isn’t ready to be Jill’s sister. Jill simply shrugs it off and leaves. However, Lauren needs to steady herself when Jill decides to have her new executive headshot mounted in every Fenmore’s. Nina fears that she may never know her son. Ronan tells Owen that the drugs didn’t come from the police evidence locker and Heather tries to figure out what game Ronan is playing, while Owen is silently relieved. Owen turns to Heather and fires her. Alone, Ronan tells her that he did her favor because now no one will be coming after her anymore and Heather realizes that he just lied to Owen. Heather draws off and slaps Ronan. Later, Chloe is stung when Heather arrives home wrecked and Chance instinctively comforts her without considering Chloe’s feelings. Malcolm tells Lily and Cane that he wants to be there for everything with the twins as they grow up because after nearly losing Lily he has realized how important the small things are. Jill offers Cane and Lily, Phillip’s old Christening gown for Charlie and they are deeply touched. Ronan gives Meeks the real drugs from the evidence locker and slyly tells Meeks that he knows he is involved in the drug ring. He tells Meeks that he wants in just as Chloe walks up, looking for a little revenge, inviting Ronan to lunch at her place. Meanwhile, Paul manages to get a hold of a small, old photo of Nina’s son but he is barely recognizable in it. Later, while Chloe brings Ronan back to her apartment, Heather and Chance end up in another passionate kiss after Heather admits her feelings for him.

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On the day of the Christening, Traci is extremely emotional when she meets the twins for the first time. Meanwhile, Sofia reminds Malcolm that he is very much a part of the Winters family and one day soon she will be too. Later, just as everyone is leaving for the church, Michael arrives to tell Cane that the I.C.E. has moved up his court case to today. Traci shows Michael the twins, reminds him what he is fighting for. Billy is none too thrilled with his new tattoo or the fact that Victoria is going to be spending more time at the ranch, even if it is for Reed’s benefit. Meanwhile, Reed and J.T. prepare for Mac’s arrival as Mac brings over her things for their first day living together. Later, Billy’s concern grows when he asks Victoria when she plans on telling J.T. that she is moving in with Billy and Victoria seems a bit dodgy about the topic. Meanwhile, Mac is thrown when J.T. tells her that he hasn’t told Victoria about their living arrangements yet.  As Chance and Heather are about to make love again, Heather notices a car outside and Chance recognizes it as Ronan’s and thinks he is spying on them again. Chance leaves Heather to try and flush Ronan out. Meanwhile, Chloe plans to use to her powers of seduction to get Ronan to open up and so she leaves to slip into something more comfortable. The moment she is gone, Ronan makes a cryptic phone call to Chris telling her that they were way off on who Ronan can trust. Ronan learns that Chance left and takes off after him, which Heather overhears. She calls Chance and tells him that Ronan just left but he was in the building with Chloe. Chance comes to Chloe’s apartment to tell her that Ronan is using her to get to him and Chloe tries to change his mind about Ronan but Chance shuts her down. Chloe calls him out on the fact that she should mean more to him that some civilian she is trying to keep safe and before Chance can defend himself Ronan returns and Chloe asks Chance to leave. Alone, Chloe and Ronan get into an argument about Chloe having to keep Ronan’s secret and Ronan turns it around on Chloe telling her that she is using him just as much as he is using her. Back at Heather’s, Chance and Heather are forced to face their attraction to one another. Ronan opens up to Chloe a little before leaving and Chloe decides to leave her engagement ring in an envelope outside Heather’s apartment but she hears Chance and Heather talking and decides to eavesdrop. She hears Chance give into his desire and start to make love to Heather and that is enough for Chloe. Billy and Mac wonder what is going on with their significant others when both Victoria and J.T. want to avoid telling the other about their new life changes. Billy tells Victoria that she doesn’t have to choose between being free and being with her son and he will be with her every step of the way. Meanwhile, J.T. assures Mac that he loves her and he will tell Victoria that he and Mac are living together today. Later, J.T. and Victoria immediately get into it when J.T. accidentally sees Victoria’s tattoo and Reed lets it slip that Mac moved in with them. When Neil and Sofia start to go at it at the Christening waiting on news about Cane, Sofia suggests it better that Neil go find out what is going on for himself before he goes out of his mind. Meanwhile, Michael tries to remain positive but admits to Lily and Cane that this is their last appeal, if they lose; Cane goes back to Australia for good. Later, Lily and Cane remain optimistic that they can beat the immigration problems after everything they have had to conquer this year. Later, everyone at the Christening waits with baited breath for news as Cane and Lily return and tell them that Michael won and Cane can stay. Lily and Cane explain that it was their story of survival that convinced the immigration officers to allow Cane to stay and the job that Sofia got him didn’t hurt. Nearby, J.T. and Victoria are still going at it and Billy reminds them that the christening is about to start and they need to put their animosity on hold. Moments later, Jill is furious when Lauren shows up to crash the christening. Cane steps in and stops Lauren and Jill from going at it, reminding them what today is about. As the ceremony begins, Cane and Lily address Traci and Devon and remind everyone why they chose these two extraordinary people to be their children’s godparents.  Lauren gives Lily and Cane a very generous gift for the twins and Cane and Lily are very touched but Jill ends up feeling up staged and left out. At Cane’s, Billy and Mac realize that they have become friends and wonder if one day Victoria and J.T. will find their way there too. Meanwhile, J.T. tells Victoria that her tattoo proves she is unstable but Victoria realizes that everything is place and she tells J.T. that she quit her job and moved off the ranch and in with Billy. J.T. is left speechless. Later, Lily tells Malcolm that although he may not be the babies’ grandfather on paper she still wants to be a big part of their lives and Malcolm is touched. Kay and Jill are stunned when Phillip shows up at Cane’s out of the blue. Cane is thrilled to see Phillip and introduce him to his children but something is off when Phillip isn’t overly thrilled about Cane’s new job as liaison for Chancellor in Canberra. Later, Phillip alerts Cane that if he comes back to Australia he will be in a lot of danger from the rustlers.

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As Mac decides to leave, Lily reminds her that as soon as she is ready she and the twin will be waiting for her to be “Aunt Mac.” Mac asks Billy if he has heard from Victoria yet and Billy says no and they both hope that J.T. and Victoria are still alive. Meanwhile, Victoria tells J.T. that Billy is different and they are committed to one another and she is focused on making her life about Reed. J.T., however, doesn’t buy it and refuses to work out a new custody arrangement between them so Victoria tells him that she will see him in court. At Billy’s, Victoria tells him that she laid her cards on the table and she is going to fight him for custody. Billy wonders if she is having any second thoughts but Victoria assures him she isn’t. Later, Mac and J.T. make love for the first time.

Billy is surprised when Victoria suddenly bursts into tears after waking up in the trailer after her first morning living there. Victoria tells him that the trailer is too small for Reed and all of her things and Billy spontaneously suggests that they buy a house together. Victoria is shocked but out of the blue decides it is the best idea. Later, Billy and Victoria are skeptical when their realtor turns out to be none other than Gloria. Nikki is thrilled to have Meggie’s help with all her work but something Meggie says rubs Victor the wrong way. Meanwhile, Tucker wonders to Ashley if Jack will come through for them with Victor and Beauty of Nature. Later, Kay offers to let Nikki and Victor to get married at the Chancellor mansion and Nikki happily accepts. At the ranch, Michael and Victor meet with Adam and Vance and Victor offers Adam a settlement of nothing. Victor tells Adam he won’t be getting a dime from him. Jack arrives at Jabot and walks in on Ashley and Tucker amidst a passionate kiss. Ashley hurries off to a meeting and Jack tells Tucker that he isn’t sharing anything he has on acquiring Beauty of Nature until he has contract in writing making him Co-CEO of Jabot. Skye is not thrilled when Adam tells her that he is meeting with Victor and Michael today to discuss a settlement but he has no plans to let this suit go. Meanwhile, Jack stops by Victor’s office to tell Michael and Victor that he has had the Abbott’s separated from the Newman in Adam’s suit and Victor takes it rather well. After Jack leaves Victor tells Michael that Jack is going to be kicking himself after he finds out that they have an ace up their sleeve. Later, Adam is stunned when Skye ends up being Victor’s secret weapon. Tucker agrees to Jack’s terms and signs the contracts and Jack tells Tucker that he has a secret weapon, someone close to Victor that has agreed to help them. Meanwhile, Abby tries to con some money out of Ashley by playing the “good little daughter” but Ashley sees right through her so Abby goes back to Jack for help. Later, Jack explains to Tucker his plan to use Abby’s trust to make Victor’s empire bleed. The two agree that when it comes to business what Ashley doesn’t know won’t hurt her. As they begin to plan the wedding, Nikki tells Meggie and Kay that this will be the last time she and Victor say “til death do us part.” Meanwhile, Skye tells Adam that if he doesn’t drop the lawsuit she will testify for Newmans against him and Adam is furious. When Vance realizes that Adam perjured himself on the stand he tells Victor and Michael that they will drop the suit against the Newmans. Victor tells Michael that Jack just screwed himself by severing the suits. Later, Ashley is thrilled to hear that Tucker hired Jack a Co-CEO effective immediately but both she and Jack are blindsided when they get the news that Adam dropped the suit against the Newmans.

Gloria ends up showing Victoria and Billy a house straight out of “Father knows Best” and despite themselves Billy and Victoria end up falling in love with it. After very little conversation, Billy tells Gloria that they will take the house and both Gloria and Victoria are thrilled. While Meggie, Kay and Nikki are planning Nikki’s wedding to Victor, Meggie goes to the bar to get drinks and asks the bartender to spike Nikki’s ginger ale with a little vodka. Later, Victor joins them just as Nikki starts to drink from her liquor tainted ginger ale.

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General Hospital

GH’s Steve Burton and Maurice Benard Deliver “The Power Performance of the Week”

Last week, as General Hospital aired the final episodes they had in the can, prior to the coronavirus TV production shutdown, viewers of the series were left with a one-two punch of gut-wrenching performances from Daytime Emmy winners, Steve Burton (Jason) and Maurice Benard (Sonny)

Burton, also received great news last week, when he found out he was again Emmy-nominated in the Lead Actor in a Drama Series category, while Benard, told fans he did not submit himself in the competition this year, when they were wondering where his name was in the list of the finalists in the category.  However, Maurice won last year for the second time in his career, for Outstanding Lead Actor.

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Now on last Tuesday and Wednesday’s episode of the ABC daytime drama series, Jason was trying his best to break it to Sonny that Sonny’s dad, Mike (Max Gail) is not going to get any better as he continues to decline from Alzheimer’s disease, and that Mike is waiting for Sonny to let him go.  Sonny is devastated sitting with Mike watching him being completely unresponsive.  He tell Mike he will be back to see him tomorrow, as he leaves Mike reaches out his hand slowly.

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Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) has just told Jason that she believes the signs are all there that Mike is on his final decline and battle with Alzheimers. Mike is unresponsive, not eating. and slipping away quickly. She believes he wants to let go, but is holding on for Sonny’s sake, something that tears through Jason.  Knowing Jason was told something by Elizabeth, Sonny asks what it is.  That is when Jason tells Sonny he thinks Mike is waiting for Sonny to let him go.

An overcome Sonny tells Jason that he worries that Mike might still want to fight, but for what? He is a shell of himself and has no memories.  It is then that Burton as Jason, in a touching performance, tells Sonny what he’d want if he were in Mike’s place. Jason reflect that he wouldn’t want machines keeping him alive or his kids having to go through what Sonny is having to deal with right now   Jason goes on to say that even when Sonny put walls up between himself and Mike through the years, that Mike never stopped trying to break them down.

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Once Jason leaves, with tears running down his cheeks, Sonny sits with Mike trying to come to terms with what he must do now.  Will Sonny let Mike die and spare his father any further misery … or will he try to prolong whatever time Mike has left?

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These scenes for anyone who has endured or lived through losing a loved one battling through Alzheimer’s and having to make a life and death decision, and the emotional turmoil and sadness it causes a family, could feel the pain and heartbreak played  by Burton and Benard. That is why Michael Fairman TV gives Steve and Maurice the honors of The Power Performance of the Week.

Watch a few scenes from part of Steve and Maurice’s ‘Power Performance’ below

Then let us know, what did you think of Steve and Maurice’s performances in the Alzheimer’s storyline? Comment below.

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All My Children

ABC and PEOPLE’s ‘The Story of Soaps’: What Was Your Review Of It?

Tuesday’s night airing of ABC and PEOPLE’s two-hour special The Story of Soaps featured many notable daytime and primetime soap stars, past and present, clips from backstage to classic memorable moments, and some participants who were providing commentary on the erosion of the daytime soaps in our culture.  Still others, maintained and realized that everything today is serialized from the news we watch, to some of Netflix’s most binge-watchable series, and of course, the birth of reality-programming.

Throughout the airing of the special, The Story of Soaps was trending on Twitter and social media either at the #2, #3 or #4 spots for the entire duration of the broadcast presentation, and the cancelled and beloved All My Children was also at one point trending.

However, known soap writers, journalists, ardent fans, and actors of the genre, were all on Twitter last night live-tweeting their thoughts as the special went down, and there was definitely mixed reactions and reviews, when all was said and done.

What the special did not shy away from, but tackled, was Luke’s rape of Laura at the campus disco on General Hospital. and how that moment now, as Genie Francis (Laura), so eloquently put, would be considered as ‘date rape’ in our culture.  The series even included a pivotal moment where Laura addresses Luke (Tony Geary) about the rape years later, after helping Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) through her rape ordeal.

John Stamos (Ex-Blackie Parrish, GH) got a bevy of “Right On’s!” for his comment that the soaps do not get the credit that they deserve and clearly came through as one of the soaps greatest supporters, as did former The Doctors and Knots Landing star, Alec Baldwin.

However, throughout the two-hours, Andy Cohen’s commentary was thread throughout; mostly citing soap’s demise and the creation of reality-programming and his “Real Housewives” franchise, that the special touted as the new soap operas.  It continued on the narrative that people preferred to see real-life drama then made-up drama on a fictional soap.  And while, that has been a trend in American culture for decades, the commentary came off as often out of place in a celebration of the soaps; and bringing in a lot of negativity to the special that soap fans were tired of hearing.

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In a lighting rod moment, Cohen stated: “I know Susan Lucci doesn’t agree with me, but I think that the Housewives have replaced soap operas because truth is stranger than fiction. Soaps became kind of unnecessary because you could do it with real people, and they’re writing the drama themselves.”

The special did also address the cancellations of All My Children and One Life to Live, (which many were not sure they were going to do – given this special was airing on ABC), where One Life’s leading lady and six-time Daytime Emmy winner, Erika Slezak (Ex-Viki) said what we all wanted to sa ywhen the ax fell on the towns of Llanview and Pine Valley, “People were horrified”.

Clearly, OJ Simpson and his murder trial and reality-programming were also given a chunk of time to show where the once mighty landscape of daytime soaps which once had 13 shows on the air, dwindled town to 4.  But, it would have been nice to see more time spent on how in this day and age, the people in this current landscape of the genre work so hard to get episodes done at an unbelievable pace, and how in that climate the performers still deliver gut-wrenching performances.

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Former Loving, OLTL and Breaking Bad star, Bryan Cranston, did point out how the once powerful soaps, just don’t have the dollars they used to, and need to, to help with production costs and their taping schedule.

Viewers were reminded of soaps’ socially relevant storylines including hankie-inducing moments from: Robin (Kimberly McCullough) and Stone’s (Michael Sutton) HIV/AIDS storyline on General Hospital, to Billy Douglas being a gay teen coming out on One Life to Live, played by a young Ryan Phillippe.

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There also did not seem time spent on the contributions of William J. Bell; one of the most prominent writers of the soap genre of all-time.

For many commenting on social media last night, there seemed to be a feeling of some glaring omissions of participants who could speak on this genre, who have been in the trenches as soap producers, soap writers, pundits, actors, and more, who were not included in the special.

So, what was your review of The Story of Soaps? How would you grade it? Do you feel it accurately reflected the history of the genre?  Were you happily surprised,  or when it came to the end where you over it, or somewhere in between? Sound off in the comment section below.  Below are some tweets from notables who have worked as an actor, a writer, and a journalist in the soaps.  

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Days Of Our Lives

DAYS Stacy Haiduk and Linsey Godfrey Deliver ‘The Power Performance of the Week’

Fans of Days of our Lives knew when the mother of all showdowns was going to go down, it would be the payoff they had waited for – the rightful bio-mom would finally hold her baby in her arms!

In emotional and top-notch performances from Stacy Haiduk (Kristen) and Linsey Godfrey (Sarah), Kristen finally comes face-to-face with baby Rachel, who Sarah had kidnapped, although Sarah believed for so long that she was raising her daughter, MacKenzie.   When she learned the bombshell truth, that the child was not hers and that her baby died, she took off with the little one to Europe.

On last Tuesday’s episode, an overwrought and pissed Kristen tells Sarah: “Where the hell do you think you’re going with my baby?”  Sarah calls the child her daughter.  Trying to reason with her Kristen knows Sarah loves Rachel.  Then, Sarah goes on how she was there from the beginning and helped the baby through cancer.  Kristen knows and appreciates that, but also says it should have been her that was doing all of that, and all of those moments and more were stolen from her.

Sarah calls out Kristen and says she is incapable of being a good mother. Cornered Sarah says she will scream if Kristen tries to take Rachel out of her arms.  Kristen relates that her baby is alive and she’s so very sorry that her joy is Sarah’s mourning. Kristen truly thanks Sarah for everything she’s done the entire time to raise her little girl,  But, she asks Sarah to please hand over her child.  Sobbing, Sarah finally does just that.

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Next, Brady (Eric Martsolf) and Xander (Paul Telfer) show up at the scene, and for the first time, Brady and Kristen hold their daughter. Their joy turns to more sorrow when they realize Kristen can never go back to Salem. If she does, she will be sent to prison for stabbing Victor (John Aniston).   When Brady agrees to disappear with her, Kristen won’t  let him do that.  Brady says that if he has to let her go to protect her and their child, he will step aside.  In another heartbreaking moment, Brady tells Rachel he loves her and says his heart will be with her, always.  Kristen promises to give her the life she deserves and the two say goodbye!

Later, Sarah returns to Abigail and Chad’s apartment where she tells Rex (Kyle Lowder) what happened and that she handed over the baby. She cries as Rex holds her as Xander (Paul Telfer) arrives, and Sarah is not-to-pleased to see him!

All complex emotional scenes, that is why Michael Fairman TV names Stacy and Linsey are Power Performances of the Week.  Let us know what you thought of their big scenes via the comment section below.

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