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21 Soap Opera Characters Solange Knowles Should Beat Up In An Elevator

Since Beyonce's little sister Solange Knowles has displayed quite the penchant for handing out ass-whuppings in elevators, we've decided to compile a list of the soap opera characters we'd love to see get a taste of what Jay-Z received at the recent Costume Institute Gala. Keep reading to find out who want to see get #Solanged!

20 Soap Opera Characters Who Would Feel Right at Home on Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones is one of the most buzzed about series on television. Filled with barbaric battles, epic betrayals, palace intrigue and romance it has all the drama a soap fan could ask for. Here's a crash course comparison of our favorite daytime soap characters and their Westeros equivalents.

Love to Hate: King Joffrey Baratheon, Game of Thrones / Nick Fallon, Days of Our Lives

Game of Thrones fans cheered Joffrey Baratheon's death, because of his countless evil deeds, and in no small part, Jack Gleeson's fantastic portrayal of the sadistic character. Though he isn't dead—not for a lack of trying on the parts of some Salem residents—the same can be said for Days of Our Lives' Nick Fallon.

Blake Berris has masterfully developed the Horton legacy character into a multifaceted villain. While I sincerely hope Nick isn't poisoned, like Joffrey, I emphatically want him to pay, and pay dearly.

The Good Wife’s Graham Phillips on Episode #505: “This is the ‘Red Wedding’ Episode of Our Show”

The Good Wife has shocked fans with memorable episodes, but could the most shocking episode still be on its way? The Good Wife's Graham Phillips, who portrays Zack Florrick, tweeted his reaction to episode five of the CBS legal drama's upcoming fifth season by comparing it to Game of Thrones' infamous Red Wedding.

He later clarified he wasn't referring to the wedding's high death count.

Top 5 Bad-Ass Women of Summer TV

No. 5: Angie Hubbard, All My Children

Debbi Morgan’s return to Pine Valley as Angie, with the relaunch of All My Children, has nearly erased all memory of the YoHarmony debacle on The Young and the Restless. This summer we watched as Angie searched for answers in her daughter’s kidnapping. We saw her grapple with the awful truth of Cassandra’s (Saleisha Stowers) rape and drugging when her beloved daughter was returned to her arms.

However, it was this week’s episodes—where Angie poured out her soul over the swirl of conflicting emotions regarding Cassandra’s desire to end the pregnancy—that gripped me most of all. It was easily one of the most emotional, bad-ass performances of the summer. Angie broke it down.

Game of Thrones Season 3 Concludes With Jam-Packed Finale!

The Twins
The episode started with images readers of the book were expecting last week—the Frey men burning and slaughtering the rest of Robb Stark’s (Richard Madden) men, and the King of the North’s mutilated corpse. 
The Hound (Rory McCann) escaped with Arya (Maisie Williams), who eventually came to with confirmation of her family’s slaughter.  She saw the head of Grey Wind sewn onto Robb’s body, as the Frey men rejoiced.