This week on "The Young and the Restless" Stitch gets intimate with Ashley, Victoria finally makes her choice between Billy and Stitch, Michael admits that he has cancer, and Adam contemplates his future when he returns to Genoa City.
Dec. 8- Ashley Abbott, the new Jabot employee, is about to make her move. Stitch will show up drunk, and he rants about Victoria, Billy, and love. Ashley will attempt to sober him up, and the two will have an intimate moment that will leave Stitch questioning whether he still wants Victoria. Across town, Gwen and Hilary will have an awkward confrontation.
Dec. 9- Victoria and Billy will sit down to discuss their relationship and co-parenting baby Katie. Later, Stitch is shocked when Victoria reveals that she chooses him, but now it's too late as he's having thoughts of being with Ashley. more >>
Jill and Jessa Duggar are enjoying the married life, and Jessa recently shared behind-the-scenes photos from her wedding to Ben Seewald.
The two newlywed couples got together for a family dinner, then later attended the Duggar family's traditional Christmas recital. Rumors persist that there is sibling rivalry between the two sisters, but neither has bothered to address those rumors or have shown any hint of malice. Those rumors began when people noted that Jill no longer followed Jessa on Twitter. However, on Monday, Jessa posted an underlined passage from the Bible on her Instagram account.
"Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus," Philippians 3:13-15, Jessa posted. more >>
Fans of the crime-fighting TV series "Arrow" Season 3 were treated with one of the best crossovers of superheroes in the small screen when Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) a.k.a. The Flash of Central City pays Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) a.k.a. the Arrow in Sterling City.
The team-up surely wowed the viewers when Arrow and Flash take on Digger Harkness (David Ramsey), the boomerang-wielding murderer. Digger, as found out, was actually a member of the infamous Suicide Squad.
The encounter escalated with Lyla getting wounded by the Boomerang. For the villain to escape, Digger planted 5 bombs in separate locations of the city forcing the team to split up. more >>
Kenya Moore is questioning her fellow "Real Housewives of Atlanta" co-star Phaedra Parks' Christian beliefs.
The two women have publicly feuded for years following Moore's decision to copy an idea for an exercise video and Parks' estranged husband accusing the former of inappropriately propositioning him. While Parks' estranged husband Apollo Nida admitted he lied about the suggestive claims made about Moore, the latter seemed to want to wipe the slate clean with her co-star.
However, Nida's admissions were not enough to make things right in Parks' eyes, which has caused Moore to question her co-star's Christianity in her latest Bravo TV blog. In the latest episode of "Real Housewives of Atlanta," Parks prayed before meeting with Moore and other co-stars but continued to call the beauty queen a w---. more >>
Glenn Beck is speaking out against the adult cartoon "Family Guy" for airing a Christmas episode that may have taken things too far with its portrayal of Jesus Christ.
Last Sunday, "Family Guy" portrayed Jesus as a manipulative individual whose main goal seemed to be losing his virginity by his Christmas birthday.
"After running into Jesus at the Quahog Mall, Peter is stunned to discover that the Son of God is still a virgin," an episode description of the FOX network show reads. "So, he enlists Quagmire and Cleveland to help him throw Jesus the best birthday ever by finding a way to help him become a man." more >>
Eldest Duggar child, Josh, has given a new interview describing his life in politics and the joy of expecting a fourth child with his wife, Anna.
The Duggar family moved to Washington, D.C. so that Josh could work for the Family Research Council as the executive director of FRC Action. While he does not necessarily rely on the family name or popularity to help in his professional life, Josh noted that he doesn't try to hide who he is.
"People know who our family is, that it's built on strong faith and caring for people," Josh told The Washington Post. "It's been a great fit, it's an extension of who we are. There are perceptions that people have about Washington, and I'll say there is some truth to it — but there are a lot of good people here." more >>