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A week's worth of drama in a day.

Bill found out he had another son on "B&B." Sami was arrested on "DOOL." Scott let Lauren go on "GH," and Lauren stabbed Carmine 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:
Quinn admitted that Bill was Wyatt's father. Wyatt was furious. She stormed over to Hope to tear into her for damaging her relationship with her son. Bill and Liam followed Wyatt around. He didn’t want anything to do with Bill.

Days of our Lives:
"Bullied by DA Melinda, apparently the only Salemite eager to get much work done, Abe had to go over to the sacred ceremony and ruin the mood. To honour her twin on his big day, Sami had first used the event to announce her wedding date and then used him to publicly claim her innocence. Samanther compared herself to the holy man and spoke of how identical they were." Read Matt's Days of our Lives Musings, which is an opinion piece that summarizes the goings on in Salem last week.

General Hospital:
Lesley obtained information regarding Luke’s illness and told Laura. Laura confronted Tracy and wondered why Luke would go at it alone. Tracy told her that he wanted to search for the cure solo. Laura told Scott that Luke was dying and that she wouldn’t forgive herself if something happened to him. Scott agreed to let her go and search for Luke.

The Young And The Restless:
Lauren received a text from Fen asking for help. She arrived at a cabin and realized Carmine had texted her from Fen's phone. Carmine hated how cold Lauren was acting and tied her up. Lauren played Carmine until he untied her. She stabbed him, which only made things worse. He tied Lauren to the bed and gagged her.

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