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Apr 5 2013, 03:28 AM
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- November 2, 2012
- Favorite Current Daytime Soap Opera
- Y&R (Days is now as dead to me as Will is about to be)
- Favorite Soap Opera of All Time
- Days of our Lives (pre-destruction of Will and Sonny); runners-up: ATWT, Sunset Beach, OLTL, Y&R
Is it just me, or does it look like we're suddenly back to getting a lot of spoilers for each day again? It's still not a complete write-up of everything that's going to happen (like we used to get from...TV Source, was it?), but it's a lot more than we received for the week of April 1st.
- Apr 4 2013, 05:28 PM
Daily Spoilers week of April 8th
4/8, Nancy brings Parker back from Brazil; Jennifer makes plans; Sy calls Victor; Hope tells Brady his attacker was arrested; Vargas takes advantage of Nicole's feelings toward him.
4/9, Daniel goes to Rafe with his suspicions; Nicole accuses Chloe of messing with Jennifer and Nicole; Kate gives Gabi legal papers; Brady identifies Sy as his mugger; Sy prepares evidence against Kristen for Victor.
4/10, Daniel uncovers Chloe's deception; Jennifer turns to her mother for comfort; Sonny offers to help E.J. protect Will; Sami talks to E.J. about why they really moved back into the mansion; Nick stops Gabi from signing papers giving Will rights.
4/11, Daniel confronts Chloe about her deception; Jennifer decides to move to London; Kristen, E.J. and Sami talk about Stefano; Anne goes to the Chicago club; Stefano reaches out to Chad and Cameron.
4/12, Daniel tries to get through to Chloe; E.J., Sami and Will plot against Nick; Nicole and Vargas run into Nicole and Vargas at the pub; Abigail and Chad try to warn Cameron that Anne is about to discover his secret.
...maybe that means that the big secret that the writers wanted to protect was that Cameron is a stripper. (Okay, the theory that the writers were trying to protect a big secret is nothing more than speculation in the first place, but it's a pretty safe assumption, IMO.)
Or maybe it's just a fluke.