The citizens of Port Charles prepare for the worst, but hope is not lost.
Now that Jerry’s plan is out, Dante wants to negotiate with the terrorist, which McBain advises against. Next, Jax tries to reason with his brother and Jason suggests using his special set of skills against his old foe. Nothing seems to really work though. This is Jerry we’re talking about and as to be expected, he issues a warning and then makes a few demands.
Todd confesses to Carly his role in Jerry’s TV announcement. Once that detail is out of the way, the two share in their relief about Starr and Michael being safely out of town. As they muse on the possibility they may be dying, the two comfort each other. Will something more happen between the friends? Read the rest of this entry »
Sharon informs Jack that Tucker set her up with an interview to be featured in The Chronicle. Jack warns Sharon to watch her step and not to be so trusting of Tucker, but she insists to know exactly what she’s doing. Meanwhile, Abby is stunned to find out through a security guard that Sharon is trying to keep her off of her father’s ranch, which only fuels the rivalry between them. Abby is none too pleased to hear that Sharon also donated her horses to a charity and threatens that her father will send Sharon to the glue factory upon his return. Abby’s not the only one furious with Sharon… Look for Nick and Victoria to act against their new stepmother.
Monday’s episode unveiled the big secret “General Hospital’s” Frank Valentini teased last week: Duke Lavery (Ian Buchanan) is alive and well and has Robin (Kimberly McCullough). The reveal has led to several questions, which might not be answered for some time, as Buchanan won’t be seen again for a few weeks. While we wait for those answers, let’s relive what we do know about Duke Lavery.
Duke first met Anna (Finola Hughes) at the Port Charles Policeman’s Ball in 1986. Though he worked for the mob, he had a soft spot for the then police commissioner and her daughter Robin. Robert (Tristan Rogers) returned to town and was immediately suspicious of the Scotsman. Duke eventually confessed his criminal ties, but helped Anna and Robert take down those he worked for. Read the rest of this entry »
“General Hospital” executive producer Frank Valentini talked with TV Guide Magazine about the big reveal on Monday’s show. If you’ve yet to watch and don’t want to be spoiled, look away. If you already watched, or just want to know, then by all means, proceed. Read the rest of this entry »
Trey may be headed to Vegas to marry Kristina (Lindsey Morgan) in an attempt to avenge the wrong Sonny (Maurice Benard) has done his father Joe (Richard Steinmetz), but on September 8, his portrayer Erik Valdez will be riding for a good cause. Valdez will participate in a charity bike race with proceeds going to Best Buddies International, which creates opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Our favorite soaps had us reeling last week, as major happenings across the board forced many of the characters into new situations they never thought they would be in. Kevin helped Phyllis clean up a mystery death on “Y&R,” out-of-the-closet Will slept with town pariah Gabi on “DOOL,” Liam begged like a fool for Hope on “B&B,” while Olivia has mystical new powers on “GH.” But that was just the beginning.
Despite the lack of depth in some of the storylines – and some that were just missing completely – the ones we did have last week were full of comedy, some wackier than others. One move that Candace enjoyed was Kevin getting roped into Phyllis’ mess with now-dead Tim. She said, “Basically, we were asked to suspend disbelief for the sake of getting Kevin pulled into Phyllis’ mess, which has actually been pretty entertaining. Watching Kevin and Phyllis squirm, bicker in hushed tones, and get caught in odd situations such as hoisting her coffee table into the air is funny…and way better viewing than being bored silly by Kevin discussing the website with Chloe. I also love that Michael, as D.A., will completely lose his mind when he finds out Kevin’s involved.” Where’s Victor? Find out in The Young and the Restless Weekly Blog.