Game-Changing Decision, Face From the Past, Passion & Cover-Up in Soaps Roundup: April 20 – 24
A candid discussion, a surprising decision, somber news and a battle.
Soaps.com has a rundown of last week’s Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, General Hospital and Young and the Restless highlights from April 20 – 24, as well as a few soap opera teasers for what’s yet to come…
Bold and the Beautiful
First on The Bold and the Beautiful, Flo discovered Sally’s been faking her illness and confronted her, forcing to admit to her lies. Dr. Escobar arrived as Flo planned to reveal all, and in a panic knocked Flo out with a candlestick. As they tried to drag Flo out the back door, Wyatt entered from the front and was shocked. And Bill vowed to Katie he wouldn’t give up on winning her back. Coming up: Two special behind the scenes episodes.
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Days of our Lives
On Days of our Lives, Steve realized how much he had hurt Kayla and let her go to be with Justin. Brady and Kristen both discovered Victor was the mastermind of the baby swap and separately confronted him, with Kristen stabbing him in the gut. Everyone began searching for Sarah, who had kidnapped Rachel and fled to Paris. And pushed to apply for a job at a local garage, Ben was stunned to find the owner looked exactly like the late Stefan DiMera. Coming up: Gabi faints upon seeing who she thinks is Stefan.
Over on General Hospital, Robert received the devastating news that his ex-wife Holly Sutton had died. Willow walked in on Chase and Sasha making out, and they told her they’d been having an affair because she and Michael had become obsessed with Wiley. However, it was a plan to push Michael and Willow to marry so Michael had the best chance to beat Nelle for custody. And Mike’s condition worsened and Liz advised Sonny to look into palliative care and a DNR. Coming up: Alexis’ lies catch up to her.
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Young and the Restless
Finally, on The Young and the Restless, Theo was fired after he gave a pitch using Jack’s fifteen-year-old marketing campaign, a set-up by Kyle and Summer. Nikki finally brought Victoria up to speed on the truth about AJ’s murder, and she immediately gloated to her brother that there was a lot he didn’t know. Upon confronting Victor, Adam learned as a child he pushed AJ to protect Hope, and the fall killed him, which Victor covered up. Blocking it out, Adam refused to believe it, and Victor fired him and put Victoria back in the CEO chair. Coming up: Young and the Restless airs a week of special Katherine Chancellor themed episodes.