Last week on "The Bold and the Beautiful," Brooke asks Rick if Maya is pressuring him to marry her. He insists that she's not like that. Eric says that for a couple like Rick and Maya, marriage is the next logical step, but Brooke says that Rick is still married to Caroline. Eric disagrees and says that Rick and Maya love each other. Rick proudly says that Maya has integrity and the she'll be the perfect wife.
In another part of the office, Carter tells Maya that it must be hard keeping her past from Rick. Maya says that she knows she was born a woman, it's just that her body had to catch up to what she knows about herself. Carter tells her that if she trusts Rick, then she should tell him herself, otherwise, Nicole could be the one to tell him.
On the Forrester jet, Nicole tells Wyatt that she could get used to this lifestyle. Wyatt tells her that he likes her but they have to be honest with each other from the start. He tells her that they're on their way to San Francisco. Wyatt gets her to try some caviar, and Nicole tells him that she doesn't mind if they don't go the restaurant at all. Wyatt reminds her about being honest, and Nicole says that there's something she wants to share, but she hesitates. Wyatt tells her that he needs to feel that she trusts him. more >>
Last Friday on "The Young and the Restless," Dylan and Michael are at Sharon's place and they discuss whether they should throw out the tire iron, which could be used as evidence against her. Sharon wonders if she might as well accept that she's going to jail, but the two tell her not to lose hope.
At the hospital, Joe tells Avery that he won't argue with the doctor about going to the Chicago facility for treatment. Avery offers to go with him, and Joe asks how Dylan is going to feel about that. She calls Dylan, and he understands that Joe needs her help. Avery tells Joe that Dylan is okay with her going.
Meanwhile at Crimson Lights, Hilary asks Devon if he still loves her. He wonders if it still matters if he does. Devon says that he would have given anything to hear her say that after the plane crash, but now she's changing her story again. Hilary tells him that she was trying to fix things, but Devon can't forget that she slept with Mobley. Devon tells her that what she did worked, but now that things are starting to look better between him and his father, he doesn't want to risk it by getting back together with her. more >>
During Sunday's episode of "A.D. The Bible Continues," it was clear that Pontius Pilate and the Holy Spirit were both at work but in completely different ways, and left me wondering whether both were actually full of nothing more than hot air.
Pilate began his crusade against the Jewish people in retaliation for the murder of a Roman guard. He kept the ashes of the fallen guard on his desk and frequently opened it in order to "see" his employee. At one point, he poured out the ashes and made them into a stick figure, telling his wife that that was all that was left of the man who served his country, and he would soon be building a mountain of ashes of the Jews. At that point, even his wife looked appalled and worried about his mental state.
Pilate has officially become consumed with revenge, having 10 Jews crucified every day until the Roman guard's murderer is brought to justice, but little does he know that the killer has escaped. How many more Jews will have to die to satisfy Pilate's desperate need for blood? The actor who plays Pilate, Vincent Regan, does a great job of showing Pilate's descent into near madness, especially at the end of the episode where he forces Caiaphas to eat the ashes of the dead Jews and Roman soldier. more >>
Thursday on "General Hospital," Sonny arrives at ELQ to see Michael. Sonny wants him to look him in the eyes and tell him that he has nothing to do with Avery's kidnapping. The two argue, but Michael swears that he wasn't responsible for the baby's kidnapping.
At Kiki's place, Kiki admits to Morgan that she told Julian about what they did to Michael. Morgan is not pleased, but Kiki says her uncle isn't going to turn them in. Kiki says that they need to get the pills back, and she learns that Michael is back at ELQ right now. All they have to do is to create a diversion so she can sneak into his office and steal the pills.
At the hospital, Felix returns to Sabrina with the results on the pills after persuading Brad to run the tests. He says that Sabrina was right and that Michael was drugged. more >>
NEW YORK — Former "Real Housewives of Orange County" cast member Lydia McLaughlin recently credited the hit Bravo TV series for reaffirming her Christian faith, despite her abruptly leaving after just one season.
The 33-year-old magazine entrepreneur made her mark on the world of reality TV in season 8 as the bubbly, devoutly Christian married mom of three, and despite being asked to return for another season, she walked away after being called to do so by the Holy Spirit.
"I just feel like it made my faith that much more real," McLaughlin told The Christian Post during an interview on Wednesday, adding, "I don't have any regrets about doing the show." more >>
The conflict between the male and female clones commences as the third season of the hit science fiction TV drama series "Orphan Black" continues this week with a brand new episode titled "Transitory Sacrifices of Crisis."
Followers of the show saw the men going after the women for the intention of getting some "original tissue samples" in the premiere episode of the BBC America show.
However, the real confrontation is said to start in episode 2 to which the network recently released a synopsis. It reads: more >>