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SOAP BYTES: Groped in Horton Square, Sorrow in Port Charles and Kyle Lowder Sizzling on DeVanity

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GH BYTES: Kudos to John J. York for Thursday’s performance. He is by far one of the show’s most underappreciated and underutilized stars. I can’t wait for Tristan Rogers to arrive as Robert Scorpio. You just know their scenes are going to be good.

Patrick (Jason Thompson) vs. Sam (Kelly Monaco) has provided some excellent scenes this week.  I’m not a JaSam fan, but Monaco is making me feel Sam’s emotional angst over the man she loves.

If Kate (Kelly Sullivan) were to go cuckoo for cocoa puffs could she please end up in a rocking chair in Shady Brook? Pretty please? Sonny to Kate: “Don’t make me choose between you and my son.” I wonder if that’s the beginning of the end for these two.

Ethan (Nathan Parsons) and the Woman in White just need to fade to black, permanently.

Does anyone ever look more consistently fantastic than Jane Elliot as Tracy Quartermaine?

So Shawn (Sean Blakemore) professed his feelings for Carly (Laura Wright). It’s a crying shame she doesn’t feel the same way.


B&B BYTES: Bill Spencer (Don Diamont) is such an ass. That is all. 

If you haven’t watched former The Bold and the Beautiful star Kyle Lowder in the webtastic guilty pleasure DeVanity, then you need to march over to and watch last night’s episode. It’s the last episode before next week’s season finale!

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