Should AJ Try Out For Chippendales on All My Children?
Bianca (Eden Riegel) revealed she’d bought One Direction concert tickets for Gabby and Miranda (Denyse Tontz), the latter who took a bit of convincing to be excited about them. However, when she found out the concert was on the same day as a school dance, Miranda said she couldn’t go.
I have to admit, it’s a little weird seeing Bianca talking about being a teenage lesbian to her now teenage daughter. It’s amazing how time flies with the magic of SORASing.
AJ (Eric Nelsen) burst into the Chandler mansion and immediately started stripping down in the living room. My mom would have said, “Boy, you weren't born in a barn. Pick that up!” Brooke's (Julia Barr) response to AJ shedding his clothes was to ask if he was planning on trying out for Chippendales. Now wouldn’t that make Adam (David Canary) proud?
Dixie (Cady McClain) continued to cry — a lot. Are we sure this is actually about Tad (Michael E. Knight) or is it possible she still has indigestion from those poisoned pancakes? AJ found his grandmother waiting for him in the Chandler living room, where she appeared to barely be able to hold herself together.
Opal (Jill Larson) kept working on keeping Petey (Robert Scott Wilson) in Pine Valley. Her son aid he wanted to do some focus group testing with young women for his app. So “focus group testing” is what they’re calling chasing tail these day?
Evelyn (Francesca James) confronted Celia (Jordan Lane Price) about the condom she found. The young woman revealed she'd been handing out rubbers at the Miranda Center. Evelyn warned Celia her benefactor wouldn't approve.
The conversation then devolved into an overwrought meltdown, where Celia talked about her desperate desire to live life. Sounds like Rapunzel wants to let down more than her hair. I wonder who the mystery benefactor is?
Jesse (Darnell Williams) continued to investigate Cassandra's (Saleisha Stowers) disappearance, as Joe Martin (Ray MacDonnell) showed up for a visit, distracting Angie (Debbi Morgan). Joe's presence in town, gave Jesse the chance to dig deeper into the Cassie mystery.
Jesse called on Zach Slater (Thorsten Kaye) to inform him the car his stepdaughter was seen getting into was registered to one of his casinos. Cut to Cassandra, tied to a bed and screeching bloody murder. With all of the edgy storylines playing out in the half-hour versions of All My Children and One Life to Live, The Bold and the Beautiful really has no excuse for only telling the same old triangle over and over again.