Married again. (CBS)
I think that's Daisy Carter. (CBS)
A week's worth of drama in a day.
Ridge and Brooke tied the knot - again - on "B&B." Caroline hired Nick on "DOOL." John made the right choice on "GH," and Sharon confirmed Daisy's identity 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:
Ridge and Brooke's wedding featured many tributes from their families and they tied the knot without a problem. Everyone spoke of what an inspiring couple they were. As Ridge whisked Brooke away on their 'kick-ass' honeymoon, Stephanie stopped her to say that she’d finally grown to love her and accepted her as her daughter.
Days of our Lives:
"With Kayla heading back to the hospital, the pub had plenty of job openings. Gabbah and now Nick have joined the staff. Caroline offered him the job out of pity since no one else would hire him. Surprisingly, he didn't bother asking the SPD, the usual choice for drug addled ex-cons." Read more about the goings on in Salem through Matt's Days of our Lives Musings.
John and Dante got to the briefcase, but realized the counter-agent was hooked up to a bomb. John didn't know which wire to cut so he went with the red one since it was the color of Natalie's hair. It was the right choice. Shawn and Alexis found Sonny after the explosion, but no Jerry or Jax.
The Young And The Restless:
Daisy told Sharon she'd been hiding in Fairview from Ricky. Sharon updated Daisy on Ricky's death and Paul possibly going down for his murder. Daisy begged a doctor to release her and finally convinced Sharon to confirm Daisy's true identity.
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