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GL PreVUE: Week of December 10 Edition

GL PreVUE: Week of December 10 Edition

Nothing to Celebrate
Friday, December 7, 2007 7:13 PM | By Venus Stone

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Buzz’s win as mayor is put in jeopardy by the likes of Bill, Doris and Ava…..


Suspicions continue to mount on who could have done away with Edmund. Will’s comment about being with Cassie at the time of Edmund’s fall peaks Josh’s suspicions of him. Harley is on edge when she learns that Zach has been receiving gifts from Philip. Marina has just cause to want to claim what’s hers when she sees the closeness deveolping between Harley and Cyrus. Rafe confronts Olivia on her sudden ‘interest’ in Gus. Bill gets hit hard when Olivia has papers drawn up, revoking him of any parental rights to Emma.


Lizzie is not pleased to learn that Bill has made a deal with Doris to redo all of Main Street. Ashlee becomes fearful of how far Doris will go if she wins as mayor. When it looks as if Doris could be the winner, Ashlee calls in a favor from Einstein to help flip the votes in Buzz’s favor. Ava confronts Ashlee on her knowledge of the rigged votes, but opts to keep quiet on the condition that Ashlee do a favor for her when she calls upon her. Buzz, realizing that something is not right with the win decides to come forward, but later backs out when he thinks of the good work he could do as the mayor. Bill approaches Buzz with the proposal for Main Street, but is turned down flat. Seeing his being rejected, Ava tells Bill that she has information he can use to muscle Buzz into doing what he wants. The two soon fall into bed and she lets Bill know that she believes that election was rigged in Buzz’s favor. Buzz hires Marina to dig into the possible mayoral vote rigging. Bill gives Buzz an ultimatum; give him the contract to work on Main Street or he’ll leak what he knows about the election. Meanwhile, a leery Mallet, who is also working on the investigation of the election, calls the election board to find out what’s going on.

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