It's a happy, happy day for fans of The Bold and the Beautiful's Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke Logan), which any Daytime Confidential reader knows, I am Chief BeLieFer among them! The striking and emotive actress was nominated for her very first Daytime Emmy nomination this morning. READ MORE
Eric (Greg Vaughan) walked in on Nicole (Arianne Zucker) and Vargas (Sean Douglas) about to have sex on her desk. Eric ripped into Nicole, telling her she knew better than to hook up with Vargas in his office. Nicole shot back at Eric. She told him he’d better be careful, or she’d slap the collar off him. He was furious, but didn’t stop Nicole from leaving when she quit. Everything about those scenes was fantastic.
After leaving the rectory, Nicole called Vargas and invited him over to her house. The two ended up in bed, but the episode concluded with her saying “I want you so much Eric.” Ouch. Vargas’ ego definitely suffered a blow from Nicole's comment. READ MORE
Nicole (Arianne Zucker) and Vargas (Sean Douglas) did a bit more flirting in the church office while eating some lip smacking fried chicken. For dessert, they had a cream filled doughnut, which Vargas topped with whip cream that he intentionally got on Nicole’s fingers so he could lick them off. The pair started making out on Nicole’s desk and all I have to say about Nicole and Vargas is, Eric (Greg Vaughan) who?
Victor (John Aniston) thought his grandson had finally come to his senses, when Brady (Eric Martsolf) dropped by the Kiriakis mansion. He was wrong.
Victor said Kristen (Eileen Davidson) was the worst addiction Brady had ever face. He warned his late daughter's son, saying Kristen was going to suck his soul dry.
Brady, being one of the dumbest characters in soaps, didn't listen to a word his grandfather said.
Suddenly, Victor changed his tune and apologized. He made up with Brady, saying he'd support him.
After Brady left, Henderson said he was happy to hear Victor was supporting Brady. Victor revealed he had no intention of supporting Brady; he was just biding his time. READ MORE
Can you believe DeVanity has already aired its second to last episode of its third season? Where has this incredible web sudser's all-too-short season gone? Maybe up Bianca’s (Katie Caprio) nose? Someone get DeVanity a 22-episode fourth season order already!
Featuring Days of Our Lives’ always fantastic Arianne Zucker as Julia Regis and Dallas icon Charlene Tilton as Francesca DeVanity, “Baby Bumps” was another must see episode of intrigue, cat fights and unexpected twists.
What will we do when soaps’ best fashion drama ends its run next week? It’s almost too much to contemplate. Watch “Baby Bumps” after the jump! READ MORE