Melanie speaks up. (Soaps.com)
Stephanie accepted Brooke on "B&B." Melanie interrupted a parole hearing on "DOOL." Jason and Sam fantasized on "GH," and Billy and Genevieve had a difference of opinion on "Y&R."
Here are a few excerpts from last week's episodes, which can be found in full in Soap Opera Fan Blog Weekly Soap Opera Summaries.
The Bold And The Beautiful:
Stephanie urged Ridge and Brooke not to get married at the courthouse. She thought they should have a big family wedding. This was her way of finally accepting Brooke into the family. Brooke was thrilled.
Days Of Our Lives:
"Mel agreed to write a letter to the parole board to keep Nick out of sight. Considering how close she seemed to live to the prison, it's hard to imagine she hasn't seen him in the exercise yard. Nonetheless, half way through the hearing, she walked from her room and into the proceedings in a few seconds flat." Read more about the goings on in Salem through Matt's Days Of Our Lives Musings.
Sam shared with Jason her fantasy of what their lives would be like had she never listened to Heather’s claims about Franco. Jason later looked at Sam’s baby’s medical file and noticed the baby’s blood type wasn’t a match for Sam or Franco. He wondered if the baby who died wasn’t Sam’s after all.
The Young And The Restless:
Victor didn't recognize Genevieve, who realized he wasn't taking his heart medication. While she called Tucker, who sent the meds, Billy approached Victor and saw he had amnesia. Privately, Genevieve admitted to thinking Victor had been faking his condition, but Billy expressed otherwise. Genevieve reported to Tucker, who warned her to keep Victor away from Genoa City.
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