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Reminiscing. (

Chloroformed. (

A week's worth of drama in a day.

Ridge and Taylor reminisced on "B&B." Matt gave readers a peek into RoboRafe's past on "DOOL." Alexis saw Jerry on "GH," and Victor went missing 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:
Taylor worried to Ridge that Liam would never make up his mind. Ridge reminded her that people used to say the same thing about him. She didn’t want her daughter to feel like she was second best. That’s how Ridge always made her feel.

Days of our Lives:
The show was on hiatus last week, due to the Olympics, so Matt didn't have any Musings. He did however give viewers an insight into where RoboRafe came from and stated, "The fact that his mother had wallpapered their shack with posters of "Conan the Barbarian" and "The Terminator" left him confused and with a distorted view of the outside world." Read more through Days of our Lives Fan Fiction: The Origins Of RoboRafe.

General Hospital:
Jerry instructed Ewen to kidnap Josslyn, while he lured Alexis to Wyndemere. As Alexis processed the fact that Jerry was alive, he chloroformed her.

The Young And The Restless:
Sharon couldn't find Victor and got drunk at the ranch. Tucker arrived and drove her to the Abbotts. Victor wasn't there, so Sharon argued with Nikki, who pushed Sharon into the pool. Later, everyone found Victor's horse in full tack. When they couldn't find him, they wondered if he got thrown off on the trails - or if this had been another one of disappearing acts.

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