How WATCH ABC Changes Will Affect Viewing of 'GH,' 'The View' and 'The Chew'; Shows Also on Hulu Plus

How WATCH ABC Changes Will Affect Viewing of ‘GH,’ ‘The View’ and ‘The Chew’; Shows Also on Hulu Plus

 

GL PreVUE: Week of April 7 Edition

One lie is all it takes…
Saturday, April 5, 2008 10:39 PM | By Venus Stone

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Lies and schemes could tear several couples apart…

THIS WEEK ON:GUIDING LIGHT

As everyone continues to honor Gus’s memory, Cyrus learns that Harley’s credit card isn’t able to pay for the funeral expenses. Alan comes to Harley’s house and Rafe extends himself to him. Sam and Ava try their best to get Olivia out of her depressed state. Olivia admits that she is unable to accept that Gus is gone. When Daisy runs into Sam, he gives her advice on how to stop doing things for Rafe and start doing things for herself. Natalia is angered by the fact that Olivia can’t accept Gus’s gift of life. Remy tries to get Rafe to unleash his anger over Gus’s death in the boxing ring. Reva discovers that Dinah was the one that brought Alan down and requests the two be partners.

BED OF LIES AND DECEIT…

In an effort to get Harley out of serious debt, Cyrus corners Daisy, insisting she make him a partner in her fake ID scam. She quickly lashes out at him saying that Harley will never see him the way the she sees Gus. Mallet continues to show his discomfort with the fact that Dinah owns the Spaulding mansion. When he starts to investigate Philip’s whereabouts, Dinah panics and recruits Remy to help her out. Remy says he’ll only help her if she pays him and gives him a room in the mansion. The two concoct a ‘good-bye’ letter, which Mallet calls Jeffrey about. As the two are talking, Reva overhears. Dinah quickly hired on Matt to re-decorate the entire mansion as her very own.

As Bill and Lizzie get closer, Bill confronts Ava about her pregnancy, requesting she come to him with proof. Bill sends Ava into the bathroom with a pregnancy kit. Ava immediately panics until she notices a pregnant lady there with her. When she returns, she tells Bill it’s time he break the news to Lizzie and own up to his responsibilities. Bill takes Lizzie rollerblading and another tender moment between the two of them prevents Bill from coming forward about Ava. Ava, however, pays Vanessa a visit, asking that she give her son some advice on doing the right thing. Meanwhile, after making love, Bill tells a heartbroken Lizzie the news.

Pictured: Michelle Ray Smith courtesy Steve Vaccariello/PGP

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An old rivalry rears its ugly head…
Saturday, April 5, 2008 10:16 PM | By Venus Stone

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Former rivals come face-to-face; while a wife searches for her husband…

THIS WEEK ON:DAYS OF OUR LIVES

Daniel comes to Nick with the request that he keep a watchful eye on Chelsea. Marlena hypnotizes John in order to see if there are things about his past that might come out. Anna, upset at seeing Tony out with Kate, tries to make a pass at John in an effort to spark jealousy in Tony. Sami admits that she misses Lucas. Phillip learns that the consulate officers are taking Chloe away and immediately suspects Nicole.

A RIVALRY RE-IGNITES AND A SEARCH BEGINS…

Kayla, worried about Steve, calls him, but the call is disconnected when Steve spots Ava approaching him. Hope and Steve try to break free but are prevented by Ava’s crew. Bo and Kayla disagree as to who should go in search of Steve and Hope. Ava has romance for Steve on her mind. Steve pretends to like remembering the ‘past’ with Ava, but continues to devise a way to escape.

Nicole confronts Sami, letting her know that she has no plans in leaving Salem again. Sami is further angered when EJ decides to take a case involving Nicole. EJ and Sami have dinner together at Chez Rouge. While there, he tells Sami that he no longer holds hatred for Lucas shooting him. Meanwhile Phillip offers to take Nicole out; the destination, Chez Rouge.

Pictured: Alison Sweeney courtesy NBC

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You can’t fight old feelings…
Saturday, April 5, 2008 10:03 PM | By Venus Stone

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — With an old flame back in town, will a new love soon end?

THIS WEEK ON:AS THE WORLDS TURNS

Lily crumbles when she receives a package full of mementos that were from Dusty. Holden immediately comes to her side to offer his comfort. Luke informs his parents that Noah and Ameera have moved into the cottage. Emily continues to be a thorn in Alison’s side, telling her that Chris would never like her if he knew about her past. Alison meets Chris and hands him a copy of her video; afterwards, it’s Chris that asks Alison if she’d like to go out with him. Carly and Jack share a passionate kiss, but they later get into another discussion about his unresolved feelings for Katie.

AN ENGAGEMENT PUT TO THE TEST…

Mike’s arrival back in Oakdale sets off Paul’s jealous side when Mike and Meg have a bonding moment. When Mike tells both of them that he’s thinking about leaving town, it’s Paul that convinces him to stay put. Meg later tells Mike that if he wants to feel happy back in Oakdale, it’s time for him to come face-to-face with Katie to gain closure. Meanwhile, Brad sets Katie off when he publically announces their engagement on television. Margo has her on thoughts regarding the true reason why Katie said yes to Brad, telling Tom that he’s strictly rebound because of her feelings for Jack. When she learns of their plans to elope, Margo sets off to put a stop to it.

Carly is stunned to see that Mike is back in town but assumes he’s there to get Katie back. She tells Mike that Katie is now engaged to Brad and that if he wants her back, he should fight for her. Katie meets up with Margo and is upset when Margo tells her that she won’t give her blessing. Brad and Katie both try to convince her why they truly want to be together. Margo later plans a party for the couple but learns that the only people that will be able to attend are Katie, Brad, Jack and Carly. As the party is underway, Mike shows up, seeing Katie again for the first time.

Pictured: Terri Colombino courtesy CBS

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By Errol Lewis


(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Television and Film Star Ricky Dean Logan is joining the cast of NBC’s “Days of our Lives” in the recurring role of Earl Larson. The character makes his first appearance in Salem on April 15 and again on April 25. No word on future airdates or what brings Mr. Larson to town was available at press time.

Days of our Lives

Logan got his start in 1989 as Data in the film “Back to the Future Part II.” He also appeared in “Back to the Future Part III” as a Needles Gang Member. The actor guest-starred in a number of episodes of NBC’s “Seinfeld” in the early 1990′s and had a recurring role on several “Baywatch” related programming as Carlton Edwards.

Logan voiced multiple characters in the comic book spinoff cartoon series of “Spawn” from 1997-1999. More recently he had roles on NBC’s “Las Vegas,” “ER” and ABC’s “Sons & Daughters.” Ricky will make a cameo appearance on an upcoming episode of the Style Network series “Split Ends,” which features longtime friend Guiseppe Franco, a Beverly Hills stylist.

Ricky also appeared in three episodes of CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” in 2007, which gave him an in for the role of Earl Larson as “DAYS” Co-Executive Producer Edward Scott kept the actor in mind for future roles.

  • The Young and the Restless
  • Days of our Lives
  • Ricky Dean Logan
  • Seinfeld
  • Baywatch
  • Las Vegas
  • ER
  • Sons & Daughters
  • Split Ends
  • Back to the Future II
  • Back to the Future III

     

    Evans Brings Tina Back to Llanview

    Beloved actress returns to soap
    Friday, April 4, 2008 4:36 PM| By Scotty Gore

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — A fan favorite returns after an absence of nearly two decades.

    Following years of speculation, and an eighteen-year absence from Llanview, Soap Opera Digest is confirming that Andrea Evans is returning to “One Life to Live” as Tina Lord Roberts. Evans orginated the role in 1978. After leaving in 1981, she would return again in 1985. In 1990, Evans left “OLTL” once more, this time removing herself from public life for nearly a decade after revealing that a crazed fan had been stalking her.

    During the 1990s, Evans appeared in the films “A Low Down Dirty Shame” and “Ice Cream Man.” In 1999, she returned to daytime as Tawny Moore on “The Bold and the Beautiful,” where she remained until 2000. Later that same year she replaced former “Brady Bunch” star Maureen McCormick in the recurring role of Rebecca Hotchkiss on “Passions.” Following that soap’s
    cancellation by DirecTV, fans have been flooding online message boards with speculation that Evans might return to her Llanview roots. The character of Tina has been absent from Llanview for than a decade, having last been seen in early 1997, despite the fact that much of her family (including siblings Todd and Viki, and daughter Sarah) remains in town.

    In June of 2007, Evans told Soap Opera Digest when asked what her favorite role was, said “That’s an easy one … Tina Lord Roberts on “One Life to Live” because in every actor’s life, you hope for a role that becomes bigger than yourself and for me, Tina was that role.”

    Details on Evans return to Llanview are sketchy, but sources are indicating that she will share a connection to a character that viewers love to hate. No first airdate has been announced.

    Pictured: Andrea Evans courtesy NBC

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    Secrets Kept, Secrets Told
    Wednesday, April 2, 2008 7:05 PM | By Angela Rosa

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Smoke prepares to make way for fire.

    THIS WEEK ON: ALL MY CHILDREN

    TICK-TOCK, THE CLOCK GOES FOR NOVAK

    JR vows to prove to a disbelieving Babe that Richie has framed him not once – but twice. After reading his tarot cards, a disturbed Opal warns Richie that he won’t be able to cheat death for a second time. JR tries to convince Amanda to help him get the goods on Richie. Richie privately panics when Babe reveals to him that JR has been diagnosed with Hepatitis A. Novak’s temper once again flares when Babe reveals that she slept with JR. Opal’s warning comes back to haunt Richie.

    CRIMINAL MINDS

    Erica’s suggestion quickly warms Louisa’s cool temper. The prospect of fame having gone straight to her head, Louisa begins spilling everything to Erica – who is secretly recording every word. Louisa and Mando grow suspicious when Erica’s bra begins smoking. Jack and Zach come to Erica and Carmen’s rescue in the nick of time. A clever Zach turns the tables on Louisa and Mando who will pay for their crimes after all. Erica and Jack share a loving goodbye before she’s led off to serve her prison sentence.

    THE BACKWARDS MOVE FORWARD

    Moments after sharing a passionate kiss, Ryan and Greenlee both agree that it’s best if Greenlee goes back to Aidan to try to make things right. As she starts to leave, Ryan’s memories of his romance with Ms. Smythe comes rushing back. Ryan lies to Greenlee. Aidan gently turns down Greenlee despite her change of tune on marriage. Ryan tells Annie he’s going to start living in the present and the couple finally seems to be making progress. Annie decides against giving Ryan the divorce papers she had drawn up but Ryan sees them when they accidentally fall to the ground. Greenlee becomes frustrated when Zach questions whether she truly wants to marry Aidan or just wants to be with someone, no matter who it is. Ryan asks Annie to give their marriage a little more time. Greenlee successfully seduces Aidan back into her arms.

    THE MOMENT OF TRUTH?

    Kendall does her best to cover after a drunk Aidan almost slips and reveals their indiscretion in front of Annie. Zach is incredibly wonderful with Kendall, which only intensifies the guilt she feels. Erica is aghast to learn Kendall’s plan and fears her daughter is making the wrong decision. Kendall returns home to face Zach, who is already slightly suspicious after a conversation with Annie.

    ONE, BIG HAPPY FAMILY

    Jesse and Angie head home for an attempt at a honeymoon after their try for one at one at the Valley Inn proves to be cursed. The Hubbard’s plans are once again interrupted – this time with a surprise party in their honor. Although touched by the sentiment, Angie and Jesse are happy to finally get a moment alone together. Colby stuns Frankie with a kiss. Tad and Krystal throw Jenny’s first birthday party. Jesse meets Jenny for the first time and becomes wistful as he recounts the story of his and Jenny Gardner’s everlasting friendship to the child. Adam reaches out to JR. Tad and Krystal allow Adam to stay at Jenny’s party. Krystal and Adam fight their attraction.


    SON ALERTS: WEEK OF APRIL 14, 2008

    Monday: Zach knows the truth. Greenlee and Aidan’s wedding is back on. Ryan is left with plenty to ponder after a visit to the therapist.

    Tuesday: Ryan asks Annie to tell him how they fell in love. Jesse wants to tie up all the loose ends concerning his ordeal years ago. Kendall emphatically refutes Zach’s concerns.

    Wednesday: Erica demands that Samuel use his influence to help Carmen. Jesse sets out to solve the mystery of what happened to him. Adam and Krystal can’t hide their mutual attraction.

    Thursday: Zach tells a guilty Kendall they’ll make it through this rough patch. Ryan does his best to recapture the chemistry he and Annie once shared. Krystal has sound advice for Adam.

    Friday: Erica had better “make it happen” – or else! Jesse tells Tad about his plan to dig up his own coffin. Despite his anger, Zach agrees to hire Aidan.

    Pictured: Alicia Minshew courtesy ABC

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    Bruening Gets His Ride

    Test well is exactly what “Knight Rider” did. The back-door pilot, starring former “All My Children” star Justin Bruening as Mike Traceur – KITT’s new companion and the son of Michael Knight – scored the highest 18-49 rating (5.6/14) for a made-for-television movie, multiple-part movie or theatrical film on any network since the March 6, 2005 airing of “Their Eyes Were Watching God” on ABC. Both Variety and The Wall Street Journal are reporting that when NBC President Ben Silverman reveals the networks Fall 2008 schedule this Wednesday, “Knight Rider” will once again be a network television series. It’s fully expected that both Bruening and the voice behind new KITT (now a Ford Mustang), Val Kilmer, will return to star in the series this fall.

    Bruening, now 28-years old, landed a job as a Abercrombie & Fitch model straight out of college. In the summer of 2003, Bruening began playing the role of James “Jamie” Martin on “AMC,” a role he played until the summer of 2007. Bruening met his future wife, Alexa Havins (ex-Babe), on the ABC drama.

    Pictured: Justin Bruening courtesy ABC

    • Justin Bruening
    • All My Children
    • Knight Rider

       

      The return of one’s former love…
      Monday, March 31, 2008 12:39 PM | By Venus Stone

      (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Farewells, proposals, and a familiar face all hit the city of Oakdale…

      THIS WEEK ON:AS THE WORLDS TURNS

      Luke, not wanting to see Ameera be scrutinized about her relationship with Casey, he opts to tell the INS Agent that he’s Casey’s boyfriend. Emily sees red when she spots Chris and Allison having a bonding moment. When Emily trash talks Chris to Allison, Allison goes against Emily’s warnings by asking him to come to Will and Gwen’s farewell party. Chris makes amends with Wil and Gwen, as Sophie has a hard time saying good-bye to Hallie. After hearing about Noah and Ameera’s situation with the INS Agent, Gwen tells them that they can move into the cottage.

      Emma stuns Lily and Holden by telling them that she wants to sell the farm. Emma’s hopes in giving the farm to Lucinda are dashed when Meg tells her that Paul is the owner of Worldwide. Paul does his homework in preparing to make an offer to Emma. Holden thinks Paul’s doing it to get back into Meg’s life. When Paul arrives to talk to Emma about the farm, she tells him that someone else offered her a hefty price for the property. Meg and Emma are stunned to see that the person interested in buying the property is Mike Kasnoff.

      A VERY DECENT PROPOSAL…

      Brad tells Katie that she needs to make her decision on where she is at regarding her feelings for Jack. When Katie meets Jack, hoping he’ll tell her how he feels about her, he disappoints her and tells her that he doesn’t think it’s fair for her to keep holding out for him to come to her. Carly wants to have another chance with Jack, but Jack doesn’t have the same thoughts in mind, telling her that they wouldn’t work out again. After some talks of the old times, Jack and Carly find themselves in a liplock. Carly immediately thinks there is a sign for them, but Jack reminds her again that their kiss was just that a kiss and nothing more. Brad and Katie find themselves together at the movie theater and later find themselves back at her place kissing. When Katie wakes up to find Brad there, she becomes upset. Brad, trying to profess his love again, winds up chasing after Katie on bikes. Once alone with her, he pops the question, but both are arrested before she can give him her answer. Margo, who learns of their arrest, lets them off and later learns that Katie was proposed to. Vienna gives Brad advice to go all out for Katie, while Henry give out advice for him to give Katie her space to make her own choice. Once alone, Brad videotapes a special message for Katie in an effort to get her to see that the belong together.

      Pictured: Austin Peck courtesy CBS

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      My View of Llanview: March 30 Edition

      Back to the past
      Sunday, March 30, 2008 11:23 PM| By Scotty Gore

      (SoapOperaNetwork.com) – A look back at Erika Slezak’s early days in Llanview.

      Hello everyone. Student teaching is still keeping on my toes, so here is another article I found recently about “OLTL.” Hope everyone is enjoying the beginnings of the spring season. I hope all these April showers bring plenty of May flowers. Now that spring is here, I can hardly wait for summer to begin.

      Due to that fact I am again taking a trip down memory lane with my column. My apologizes once more for the improtu column. The following article appeared in Daytime TV, in May 1972. It features Erika Slezak,
      and is about her parents, childhood, and landing a role on “One Life to Live.” It was written by R. Marian Rose. Hope you enjoy…….

      “Erika Slezak (Victoria Lord) lets you know every chance she gets, that she adores her family. Right now the family is a little scattered. Her dad, Walter Slezak, and mom, Joanna, live in Switzerland; her sister Ingrid, is married to a doctor and lives in Canada with her two sons; brother Leo is now in college but spent time with Erika last summer. However, Switzerland is not too far away for any of the Slezak offspring and, whenever they decide to go home, off they go to Mom and Dad.

      Born in California on an August 5, Erika spent most of her young life attending boarding schools. They were not the kind that kept you from your family, though. She went to the Convent of Scared Heart in Greenwich, Conn., but didn’t like it there too well so she transferred to the Convent of Scared Heart in Philadelphia.

      “I like the Pennsylvania school better because the girls were much nicer and the school had a pleasant atmosphere. I was always worried about being accepted by the other girls because I was younger than most. The school was a five days boarding school and the family was together on weekends.”

      When did Erika first decide she wanted to act?

      “I can’t recall a time when I didn’t want to act. As a child, I knew I’d act, but of course, I didn’t realize that it was difficult. When I was in my sophomore year in high school, Dad talked to me about training for a career in acting. At that time, Mom stayed out of the discussion, but today I’m more nervous when my mother in the audience because she’s very objective. “Dad goes to pieces when he sees me on stage. One thing he did for me at that time was let me have no illusions about the acting profession. He explained that it was going to be harder for me because I had a famous father. I would have to prove myself more than others and, as usual, he was right.

      “All the fame did for me was get me in to audition, but once inside, I was on my own. I knew most of the producers because I had met them when I was a child, and I had to go through the charade of being introduced all over again. One thing Dad did ask of me was: ‘If you discover you have no talent, get out of the business. They’ll be twice as hard on you.’ He also added: ‘If I feel that you have no talent, I’ll tell you.’”

      So for that hasn’t happened. And, it probably never will, because Erika is talented and has worked hard over the years preparing for her career. She attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, England, and was a member of the Milwaukee Repertory Company for three seasons. During those three years, she was a leading lady in everything from Chekov to Noel Coward.

      “It was a marvelous experience; also rewarding. Theatre for me is most fascinating because it’s before an audience but I find daytime television wonderful, too. I’m glad I did repertory work first, though, because if you’re thrown into daytime television too quickly, it’s extremely hard. In repertory work, you’re given time to polish a performance. With time and experience, you find the easy way to do things. Everything I learned in repertory work can be applied to my daytime work and I find that it makes the load easier to carry.”

      How does she feel about being on a daytime serial?

      “I love it! I get a little peeved too because too many people think daytime actors are secondary people, but that’s not true. Some of your finest actors are on daytime shows. I’m enjoying everything about the show. I love my colleagues and the professional atmosphere in which I work.”

      Erika, as beautiful as she is talented, is tall, slim, blonde-haired and blue eyed, so it was only natural the next question be about her social life. Is there anyone special on the scene?

      “I have many friends but no one special. Actually, I don’t want to marry yet. I prefer to wait until I’m settled down. I enjoy being on my own and because of my work, my schedule keeps me from a more active social life. When I know I’m performing, I get to bed by 11 p.m. the latest because I have to be up early and in top notch shape.

      “I guess I can also say that I’m waiting to find a man with whom I can have the same relationship that my parents have. Daddy never went anywhere that he didn’t take my mother along. Many times, the children also went. But he never was away from any of us for more than a week. Marriage is not easy and whatever my parents have together, they’ve worked hard for. I want the same kind of family life that I grew up in. uses that’s the European upbringing in me. One thing I still enjoy is watching my father and brother, Leo, who’s 23 now, kiss when they meet. Why shouldn’t they? They’re father and son, and showing love and affection for each other doesn’t make them less masculine. I rather like it myself.

      How does Erika feels about the Women Liberation Movement?

      “A great deal of it is legitimate but, in some instances, they’ve gone too far. The arts such as acting, singing and ballet really don’t require Women’s Lib to help them. These are fields that equal pay is a standard practice and almost every play has love somewhere in its theme, so male and female, both, are required. The publishing field, secretaries and nurses need Women’s Lib to help them establish themselves on an equal basis with the men. I think one thing that the movement has done is call attention to the fact that women are very capable in the business world. Too many people have been led to believe that a woman leaves he mind at home with her family when she reports for work. That is definitely not true. The movement also called the public’s attention to the valuable role women are playing and can play in politics.”

      What about the world situation?

      “What can I say except to elaborate on the fact that the whole world seems to have been governed, since time began, by men fighting. War is a single, predominant, force in history. I don’t feel the Vietnam War will stop in communism. The original policy was not to interfere, but it turned into just that – interference – because of politics. When we leave the country, the people will do just as they please, anyway. When our young people grow up, the world will have to change. And, if the youth of today maintain their ideals, the world will be a better place by far. They are more alert at a younger age and that’s good.”

      It was on this note that the interview indeed – a most enjoyable two hours spent with a lovely, talented young woman. It was also very heartening to hear a young woman speak about her family with such love and devotion. Her eyes lit up every time she spoke of home (and that is wherever her parents happened to be living).”

      Saving the best for last, it’s time to take a quick look at some of the plotlines coming up on “OLTL” a couple of weeks down the road. A vendictive female is revealed to be the mastermind behind the recent troubles at BE. A young Buchanan summons her former step-grandmother back to Llanview. Capricorn’s new owner enjoys her first night on the job. And a husband and wife continue to drift apart.

      Well, that’s all for this edition of the column. I hope you enjoyed this edition of the column. My apologizes again for posting another article instead of rambling on like I usually do. But there are only so many hours in the day, and so many things to do. That’s all for now; please be sure and join me again on April 15th. See you next time. Enjoy the warmer weather.

      And until next time remember, we only have “One Life to Live” …..

      Pictured: My View of Llanview courtesy Matt Smith/Soap Opera Network


       

      OLTL PreVUE: Week of March 31 Edition

      Confessed secrets
      Sunday, March 30, 2008 9:33 PM | By Scotty Gore

      (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Will Natalie reveal Jared’s secret now that she knows the truth?

      THIS WEEK ON: ONE LIFE TO LIVE

      Bo and Nora reminisce while stranded on the side of the road. Lindsay’s accusations that Bo and Nora still have unresolved feelings for one another gets under Clint’s skin. Bo and Nora are rescued by Clint and Lindsay and the quad head for the lodge. Bo pleads with Lindsay to get over her jealousy of Nora. Lindsay, meanwhile, strikes a nerve while talking to Nora. Lindsay offers to help Clint with yet another crisis at BE. Nora and Lindsay butt heads when Lindsay accuses Nora of having feelings for both Clint and Bo.

      Starr confides in Langston that she may be pregnant with Cole’s baby. Langston, meanwhile, pledges to stand by her best friend. Blair manages to convince Todd to do what’s best for his daughter. Starr fears that Todd will spot the pregnancy test, and manages to hide it, but not before it get ruined. Todd agrees to allow Starr to return to school as long as she stays away from Cole. Langston dodges Blair’s questions about Starr. Cole and Starr struggle to keep their distance at school. Starr asks Langston to get her another pregnancy test. Cole gets into a fight with a boy at school when he makes an inappropriate comment toward Starr. Meanwhile, Starr tells Langston that she’s not sure what she’ll do if she is indeed pregnant. Starr and Langston panic upon thinking Todd will find the test. The two friends anxiously await the test results.

      THE INSIDE STORY

      Finally giving in to temptation, Jared kisses Natalie and confesses to her that he’s not really a Buchanan. Natalie is floored to discover that David Vickers is really her uncle, and that Jared and Nigel have been lying to the family. Jared’s apology to Natalie falls on deaf ears. Jared has something to say to Clint and Bo. Natalie confronts a horrified Nigel. Later, she stops Jared from confessing to the family, but tells him that nothing will ever happen between them. Jared informs Charlie of what he has done. Charlie, meanwhile, prepares to come clean with Viki. Natalie reminds Jared that she is only keeping his secret to protect Buchanan Enterprises. Natalie considers calling Pamela when Jared tells her that he really did grow up with her. Viki jumps to the wrong conclusion when Charlie attempts to confess. Jared warns Charlie to keep his mouth shut. Meanwhile, across town, Rex drops by Llanfair to visit Gigi and Shane while claiming he came to see Charlie. Gigi is on the verge of making a confession to Rex when he receives a call from Adriana, who is on her way back to Paris. Later, Adriana orders Dorian to dig up dirt on Shane’s ‘supposed’ father. Viki, Dorian, Roxy, and Charlie go over plans for the wedding. Rex and Shane continue to bond. And Dorian hires a PI to investigate Brody Lovett.

      WHAT TO WATCH

      - Cristian and Jessica try to convince themselves not to be jealous of Sarah and Nash’s trip to Napa.

      - The tension between Talia and Antonio continues to grow, while John works to establish a connection between Caitlin and Ramsey.

      - John realizes too late that Ramey set him up by leaving him alone with the evidence following a drug bust.

      - John confronts Ramsey, who pushes his buttons by taunting him about Caitlin.

      - Antonio and Talia argue about Ramsey at the LPD.

      - My View of Llanview: February 29 Edition. READ MORE

      SON ALERTS: WEEK OF APRIL 7, 2008

      Monday: Langston makes a pact with Starr; Rex confronts Gigi about Shane; Natalie overhears Jared pouring out his heart.

      Tuesday: Jared wants to take things to the next level with Natalie; Todd stand up to Ramsey; Cristian discovers that Nash and Sarah are staying in the same room.

      Wednesday: Clint enlists Linsday’s aide once more; the person behind BE’s troubles is revealed; Gigi regrets the years Rex lost with Shane.

      Thursday: Ramsey increases the tension between Talia, Antonio, and John; Jared challenges Natalie to tell his secret.

      Friday: Todd teams up with Gigi to take down Ramsey; Langston ponders Starr’s dilemma; Ramsey arranges for Antonio to find John and Talia together.

      Pictured: Farah Fath courtesy NBC

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