By Carolyn Aspenson
For the week of Feb 25
Spoilers are courtesy of www.soaptownusa.com.
Monday, February 25
Steve worries that Olivia’s vision will come true.
Steve better worry. Just because she was given a little too much LSD doesn’t mean she’s crazy. Who knows what makes the mind turn on its 6th sense, but her’s is on so I’d listen to her, too!
Caleb works to make Sam remember their former life.
Finally figured out how they’re making this story not about vampires and I like it. And of course John figured it all out by a simple internet search, which to me is pretty darn funny.
A horrifying discovery makes Kate lash out at Sonny.
Am I wrong to ask that Connie come back? I like her better.
Tuesday, February 26
A.J. starts to understand his panic attacks better.
With the help of Liz, I’m sure. That girl needs a lesson in how to pick a winner, don’t you think?
Kate grieves for her son.
I don’t have much empathy in this story. I think it was sort of rushed and for me to believe both she and Connie had feelings for the kid is a stretch.
Olivia finds Heather waiting in her home.
Heather is like Jason from the Halloween movies. She just won’t die.
McBain works to rescue Sam.
Don’t worry. He will. He is the almighty police officer.
Wednesday, February 27
Heather finds Rafe holding the key to a fresh start.
How many fresh starts does this psycho get? Hopefully a few more, because she’s a joy to watch, especially when she’s all in costume. I would just like it if her story was a little deeper…maybe give her a bit more reason to be whacked? I have to stretch way back into my head to remember it all and that’s not easy at my age.
Duke sneaks into the Quartermaine Den.
I’m still not sure how I feel about Duke being back. Or his facial hair.
A life hangs in the balance.
What? On Wednesday? That’s far too early in the week. Key lots of drama. (probably ought to rewind your DVR to get one last look at Dr. Weber’s chest, too. Just sayin’.)
Thursday, February 28
Tracy tells Monica that she’s going to take over ELQ.
I’m already over this story. It’s not got any spunk to it. Tracy is all spunk. She needs it. And I really like her and Connie together. (Do you think anyone at ABC is interested in my thoughts? I don’t…)
Lucy tries to escape Caleb.
That will be fun to watch. I hope, when I’m Lynn Herrings age, I can look as hot as she does. It’s rather annoying, actually.
Friday, March 1
Frisco leaves a message about his feelings for Felicia.
Sorry, Frisco. This girl is Team Mac.
An arrest warrant breaks up a couple’s happiness.
Well that could go in many directions. I wonder who it is?
Tracy schemes with Spinelli.
Maybe this will give her some spunk back?