Soaps Spoiler Digest
Revealed and reviled.
Blackmail, bickering, and bad decisions.
The Bold and the Beautiful:
The battle for control over Forrester continues. Ridge contemplates whether or not he should play dirty with what he knows about Maya. Still in the dark, Rick starts accusing Ridge of teaming up with Carter against the lady in his life. As Ridge is pushed to make a choice, Bill and his two sons drive ahead in their bid to wrest the facts from Nicole. Check out The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers to discover what has Wyatt feeling guilty.
Days of our Lives:
Daniel’s hopes with Nicole are dashed. She treads on his heart in a run at the dirt on Serena. Pretty soon, she is teaming up with Xander, who has some ulterior motives of his own. Meanwhile, Hope admits to Rafe that she’s in conflict with Aiden about Clyde and Will’s attempt to investigate Mr. Weston hits some more turbulence. As Paul ponders returning to Salem, Cole wreaks havoc on JJ’s life. Read the Days of our Lives Spoilers to find out who leaves Adrienne stunned.
The ball continues to unravel when Spencer crashes the festivities to make a play for Emma. Meanwhile, Jake has a confession for Carly and Nikolas has a lengthy one for Liz. Pretty soon, Liz and Jake are sharing an intense moment while Hayden resumes blackmailing the prince. Across Port Charles, Anna and Sloane plot together as they sort out the latest evidence they’ve uncovered. Read Soaps.com’s General Hospital Spoilers to learn what happens after Shawn realizes he’s been duped.
The Young and the Restless:
Chelsea continues to feel bad for sleeping with Gabriel, who makes Victor feel uneasy for rather different reasons. As Gabriel and Nick bicker, Ashley has to break up a brawl between Chelsea and Victoria. Meanwhile, Noah and Kevin uncover evidence that Sharon is innocent. When Dylan tries to get Paul to face it, the cop turns him away. Across Genoa City, Kyle wonders why Victor is talking like such a jerk to Yack. Visit The Young and the Restless Spoilers and find out who lends Lauren some support.
– Matt Purvis