Tuesday, March 11: Starting the Race
Jim (John Schneider) and David's (Peter Parros) campaign event is ruined when Candace (Tika Sumpter) shows up trying to extort money, and Wyatt (Aaron O'Connell) is arrested for the hit-and-run case.
The Haves and the Have Nots airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. ET/PT on OWN.
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The Bold and the Beautiful will revisit Darla's (Schae Harrison) death, which, for newcomers, happened when a very drunk Taylor (Hunter Tylo) hit Darla with her car and killed her. This was a really traumatic event for Aly -- the loss of her mother was the inciting incident for her mental issues -- made even more so by the fact that Taylor never paid for the crime.
According to TV Guide, Darla will appear to her daughter in her bedroom, which is a shrine to Hope and Hope for the Future.
"Aly was so taken with the message behind the Hope for the Future fashion line -- being a good citizen, being environmentally aware and, especially, waiting for marriage to have sex," executive producer Bradley Bill told the magazine. "At first, Hope really believed in all this. Now she's out there having sex and juggling men. Aly is very unhappy with that. She liked the good, decent Hope and she's going to try to steer her back to more conservative values. In her mind, Hope has turned into Miley Cyrus!"
The episode will air on March 18. Read the complete interview with Bradley Bell here.
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Revenge Moves to a New Time, 10:00 p.m. ET/PT beginning Sunday, March 9 on ABC
While Emily's mysterious blackouts threaten everything and everyone she holds dear -- turning her into her own worst enemy, her mother-in-law Victoria confronts two formidable ghosts from her past.
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Grey's Anatomy: You've Got to Hide Your Love Away
Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC
After an anonymous complaint is issued by one of their own, the hospital implements a non-fraternizing policy causing the couples to panic. Meanwhile, Emma and Owen talk about the future, Cristina and Meredith enjoy a little girl time and Richard enlists the residents to help research a rare cancer case.
Scandal: We Do Not Touch the First Ladies
Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on ABC
Old feelings and jealousies arise at a presidential event causing Fitz to face a harsh reality. Meanwhile, Quinn tries to prove herself to B613 and Leo Bergen sets up a meeting between Sally and an old friend.
Photos courtesy: ABC/Eric McCandless
Thursday, March 6
Katie prepares to tell Brooke the truth about Ridge.
Brooke asks for a big favor from Hope and Wyatt.
If you missed any of this week's episodes, check out the recap.
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For those of you who have been wondering what Ronn Moss has been up to since leaving The Bold and the Beautiful, wonder no more. One of his many activities has been co-authoring a book with his beautiful wife Devin DeVasquez, entitled My Husband's A Dog... My Wife's A Bitch.
The book is a humorous look at relationships between men and women and how we relate to each other.
Devin writes on her website, "Ronn and I share our humor on the differences between men and women in relationships. Photographer Christopher Ameruoso took many of the lovely photos of Ronn and me you see in this book."
My Husband's A Dog... My Wife's A Bitch is now available at amazon.com in paperback and Kindle.
After years of always getting her man, Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) is getting a little karmic retribution when sister Katie goes to bed with Brooke's ex.
TV Guide reports that on the March 18 episode, Ridge and Katie make love, while Brooke hits the bottle.
"Ridge is all about what's right for Ridge and he is not going to be denied, executive producer Bradley Bell told the magazine. "He's made his decision and everyone else better get out of the way! Brooke and Katie have been trying to keep their sisterly bond but this really puts the relationship to the test. Brooke doesn't know quite how to handle it, so she ends up turning to liquor. Our Brooke will hit the skids."
So does this mean that Bill (Don Diamont), who sees this as great news, will get back together with Brooke? Bell didn't say, but he did add, "Bill thinks he came out way ahead in this deal!"
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The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) today released the list of the pre-nominations in the acting categories for the 41th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards.
From this list, the final winnowing down of candidates will be done. Final judging for the nominations and winners will begin March 26, with the list of nominations for Daytime Emmys to be announced on May 1.
Here is the list:
Outstanding Lead Actress:
Sharon Case (Sharon, The Young and the Restless)
Jessica Collins (Avery, The Young and the Restless)
Eileen Davidson (Kristen, Days of Our Lives)
Finola Hughes (Anna, General Hospital)
Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke, The Bold and the Beautiful)
Kelly Monaco (Sam, General Hospital)
Alison Sweeney (Sami, Days of Our Lives)
Heather Tom (Katie, The Bold and the Beautiful)
Jess Walton (Jill, The Young and the Restless)
Maura West (Ava, General Hospital)
Laura Wright (Carly, General Hospital)
Arianne Zucker (Nicole, Days of Our Lives)
Outstanding Lead Actor:
Maurice Benard(Sonny, General Hospital)
Peter Bergman (Jack, The Young and the Restless)
Shawn Christian (Daniel, Days of Our Lives)
Doug Davidson (Paul, The Young and the Restless)
Roger Howarth (Franco, General Hospital)
Christian LeBlanc (Michael, The Young and the Restless)
John McCook (Eric, The Bold and the Beautiful)
Billy Miller (Billy, The Young and the Restless)
James Scott (EJ, Days of Our Lives)
Jason Thompson(Patrick, General Hospital)
Outstanding Supporting Actress:
Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren, The Young and the Restless)
Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea, The Young and the Restless)
Jane Elliot (Tracy, General Hospital)
Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis, General Hospital)
Amelia Heinle (Victoria, The Young and the Restless)
Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe, The Young and the Restless)
Lisa LoCicero (Olivia, General Hospital)
Kimberly McCullough (Robin, General Hospital)
Kelly Sullivan (Connie, General Hospital)
Cynthia Watros (Kelly, The Young and the Restless)
Outstanding Supporting Actor:
Robert Adamson (Noah, The Young and the Restless)
Bradford Anderson (Spinelli, General Hospital)
Blake Berris (Nick, Days of Our Lives)
Sean Blakemore (Shawn, General Hospital)
Darin Brooks (Wyatt, The Bold and the Beautiful)
Steve Burton (Dylan, The Young and the Restless)
Scott Clifton (Liam, The Bold and the Beautiful)
William deVry (Julian, General Hospital)
Wally Kurth (Justin, Days of Our Lives)
Eric Martsolf (Brady, Days of Our Lives)
Greg Rikaart (Kevin, The Young and the Restless)
Greg Vaughan (Eric, Days of Our Lives)
Dominic Zamprogna (Dante, General Hospital)
Outstanding Supporting Actress:
Kirsten Alderson (Kiki, General Hospital)
Camila Banus (Gabi, Days of Our Lives)
Linsey Godfrey (Caroline, The Bold and the Beautiful)
Christel Khalil (Lily, The Young and the Restless)
Hunter King (Summer, The Young and the Restless)
Kate Mansi (Abigail, Days of Our Lives)
Kim Matula (Hope, The Bold and the Beautiful)
Kelley Missa (Dani, One Life to Live)
Ashlyn Pearce (Aly, The Bold and the Beautiful)
Denyse Tontz (Miranda, All My Children)
Outstanding Younger Actor:
Corbin Bleu (Jeffrey, One Life to Live)
Bryan Craig (Morgan, General Hospital)
Chad Duell (Michael, General Hospital)
Max Ehrich (Fenmore, The Young and the Restless)
Adam Gregory (Thomas, The Bold and the Beautiful)
Chandler Massey (Will, Days of Our Lives)
Casey Moss (JJ, Days of Our Lives)
Eric Nelsen (AJ, All My Children)
Daniel Polo (Jamie, The Young and the Restless)
Freddie Smith (Sonny, Days of Our Lives)
Little Aly seemed so sweet when she showed up at Forrester Creations and was given the opportunity to shadow Hope. Who knew beneath that quiet surface there was someone with emotional issues. But I do have to admit that I totally enjoyed her blow up at Wyatt. It may not have been justified, but I would really like someone to take him down a peg or two. I think that Hope was much too quick in forgiving him. I figure it was because she had just slept with him for the first time, so she felt she had to justify that. But I also feel that he is going to screw up again -- and Aly is right about that!
And what's up with Quinn showing up at Bill's a second time? Usually, I get a sense of where a storyline is going, but I have to admit to being clueless as to what she has planned for Dollar Bill. She was so angry when they saw each other for the first time -- and now she wants to reconnect? Any thoughts?
It is clear that the writers want us to sympathize with Katie, who realizes she is in a very similar situation to the one that her sister Brooke was in earlier. Katie has strong feelings for her sister's ex-husband and current fiance, but I think for once in her life Katie should take a page from Brooke's book and just go for it. Let's see if Brooke can be as forgiving as Katie. Besides, Brooke has Bill waiting in the wings. She wouldn't be alone too long.
Below is a Bold and the Beautiful poll with what I felt were the highlights of the week. Vote and let me know your opinion!
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Ricky Paull Goldin has run the gamut of daytime dramas with roles on Another World, The Young and the Restless, Guiding Light, All My Children, and The Bold and the Beautiful. Now he is reunited with several of his former co-stars in a new web series, Beacon Hill, premiering online on March 5.
In the political/romance drama, Goldin plays Andrew Miller, chief of staff to State Representative Katherine Wesley (Sarah Brown), who is addicted to power. His ambition and underhanded actions may harm Katherine's upcoming campaign and ruin any chance she may have to reconnect with Sara.
In this exclusive interview, Goldin talks about how Andrew Miller is different than any role he has played before, how much he loves producing, if he might return to The Bold and the Beautiful, and more.
Photo courtesy: Getty Images/Stephen Lovekin