GH BYTES: Leave it to John McBain (Michael Easton) to fire off a gun in a courthouse. I wonder, if there was a three-way gun fight at between John and Jason Morgan (Steve Burton), who would be the last man standing?
John McBain to Todd: “Drop the gun, before I drop you.”
Carly (Laura Wright): “So that detective guy [John McBain] that showed up. What’s his story?”
Todd: “He has remarkably attractive hair.”
Carly: “Anything else?”
Todd: “No sense of humor.”
Who do you think framed Roger Rabbit…err…Sonny?
I know some people really like Matt (Jason Cook) and Elizabeth’s (Rebecca Herbst) chemistry, but I just don’t see it.
Maxie (Jen Lilley) needs a lot of therapy. Hopefully, Ewen (Nathin Butler) can be of some help.
I’m not sure what to think of the Johnny (Brandon Barash) and Kate/Connie (Kelly Sullivan) scenes fromTuesday’s episode. On one hand, I was repulsed by Johnny’s willingness to take advantage of Kate’s weakened mental state. I’ve always liked Johnny, but I’ll admit those Crimson scenes lowered my opinion of the character. On the other hand, DID storylines can provide welcome opportunities for actors and characters to explore new territory. Certainly, Sullivan is far more entertaining as Connie than as Kate.
Y&R BYTES: Do you think Victor (Eric Braeden) is setting up Adam (Michael Muhney)?
Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) and Katherine (Jeanne Cooper) catching up over coffee or tea — have to love little moments like that when you can get them.
Katherine: “Darling, you know and I know, Victor has never admitted his sins.”
Ain't that the truth!
Is Sharon (Sharon Case) better off without Adam?
DAYS BYTES: It took long enough for Will (Chandler Massey) and Lucas (Bryan Dattilo) to reunite. I’m sure this is going to be good.
Will: “She [Sami] got to you already, didn’t she.”
Lucas: “No she didn’t get to me. I know your mother’s tricks better than anyone.”
Anyone else curious about Lucas’ fiancé Autumn?
Rub that salt in Abe (James Reynolds) and Roman’s (Josh Taylor) wounds EJ (James Scott), rub it!
Sometimes I wonder if Abe should be a Bible-thumping evangelist, because there are times I expect him to call down fire and brimstone on EJ.
B&B BYTES: I wish Bill (Don Diamont) would worry about something more than Liam’s (Scott Clifton) sex life. He runs an international conglomerate and yet all he does is dwell on the state of his son's orgasms.
Things went badly for Hope (Kimberly Matula) and Liam the last time they visited Aspen; with Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) once again headed there at the same time, I wonder history will repeat itself?
Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) and Ridge (Ronn Moss) live by the principal of make love, not war.
Steffy: “It kills me that my husband is living with another woman.”
I’m beginning to think we should just call Steffy “Head Game,’” because this girl knows how to run them on poor Hope!