GH BYTES: Connie (Kelly Sullivan) admitted to Sonny (Maurice Benard) she is the one who shot out Anthony’s (Bruce Weitz) tires. However, in the next scene, Johnny (Brandon Barash) confessed to the mob patriarch that it was he was the shooter. Was it Connie? Was it Johnny? In the end it really was Johnny who did the dirty deed, and convinced Connie to take the fall.
Jason (Steve Burton) learned about Sam’s (Kelly Monaco) Lamaze class at the hospital while spending time with Liz (Rebecca Herbst). Unfortunately for Sam, she ended up catching Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) in Jason's arms. Sure, it was totally platonic, but it was a scene that should have both Liason and JaSam fans tuning!
Lulu (Julie Marie Berman) told Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) not to be surprised if she asked him to bring handcuffs to bed again. Now there is a visual for you.
The best quote of the day came when Lulu showed Dante a cover of Crimson she was deciding on and said: “I was thinking of going with horizontal stripes, but do you think it would be in poor taste considering most of the office is modeling this look?”
Dante and Lulu have been boring for a while. Are we seeing the first sign the couple is being rehabilitated? I’m not holding my breath.
Where was Tea (Florencia Lozano)? I need more Tea on my TV screen.
Y&R BYTES: Nothing can compare to how amazing Jack (Peter Bergman) and Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) have been in their scenes together on The Young and the Restless. I practically shouted at my TV screen when she accepted his proposal. They light up every time they are in a scene together. They understand each other so well.
Victor (Eric Braeden) gave Sharon (Sharon Case) an out from their vomit-inducing relationship, but did she take it? No, and I pity the fool. The character of Sharon has been royally assassinated.
Ricky (Peter Porte) continued to dig up information on Phyllis. Later, Ricky found out Paul (Doug Davidson) is looking into his past. The way this storyline is playing out, it wouldn’t shock me if there is a large body count littering Genoa City by the time Ricky is gone.
DAYS BYTES: The Fab Four and the Two Snore Bores celebrated Stefano (Joseph Mascolo) being locked up. Unfortunately, if you’ve watched this week’s Days of Our Livespromo, you know they may have popped their corks too soon. It was sort of fun watching them so smug. The way they all puffed up with happiness reminded me of a bunch of prairie chickens. A CIA agent poked a giant hole in their celebration. Wednesday's episode should be fun to watch.
Maggie’s (Suzanne Rogers) anger and disappointment with Victor (John Aniston) made me sad. They have been such a wonderful couple, I’d hate to see them destroyed by a secret involving Dr. Hairy Chest (Shawn Christian).
Marlena (Deidre Hall) asked Carrie (Christie Clarke) if she is pregnant. Carrie denied the possibility, claiming to have weird cycles (Editor's Note: What a missed opportunity for a product placement!). Meanwhile, Austin (Patrick Muldoon) planned to show Carrie a new house for them to start a family in. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out what will happen next.
B&B BYTES: Bill (Don Diamont) finally had something other than Liam (Scott Clifton) and Hope’s (Kim Matula) relationship to worry about. He demanded that Katie (Heather Tom) have an abortion after learning she is pregnant.
His fear of losing Katie, because her life would be endangered by the pregnancy, made me question my belief that the only reason he’s so interested in Liam ending up with Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) is because it's an extension of his desire for his son’s wife.
Katie: “Let me remind you I am your wife, not some underling.”
Bill: “I’m not letting you commit suicide and that’s the end of it.”
Meanwhile, Caroline (Linsey Godfrey) explained to Thomas (Adam Gregory) how her grandfather had put her mothers in the closet. I am totally rooting for Caroline to be with Rick (Jacob Young), but I’ll admit I enjoyed Caroline and Thomas' scenes.
Thank you, The Bold and the Beautiful, for giving us something other than Liam and Hope.