Adam: Sucks to be the Newman outcast these days. Adam learns from his P.I. that someone spotted him dumping the body of Congressman Wheeler’s daughter. Later, Adam bum rushes Victor and Nikki’s wedding with a shocking announcement about dear ol’ dad.
Victor/Nikki: The two finally get married, even though tragedy strikes their wedding reception.
Dylan/Sharon: The war vet is drawn to Faith because she reminds him of a little girl he met while deployed in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Faith’s mama does the funniest thing: she gives Dylan advice about his love life! Sharon urges Dylan to face his feelings for Avery and to stick around town.
Chloe/Chelsea: The fashionista realizes her hustler friend slept with Dylan. Chloe pushes Chelsea to trick Dylan into believing he’s the father of her child. Isn’t this something we’ve seen before? READ MORE
Now, what in the name of William J. Bell, Sr. are they doing over at The Young and the Restless? Soap Opera Digest is reporting Y&R has given Blake Hood the boot as Jack Abbott’s (Peter Bergman) youngest son Kyle (We still remember Keemo!).
According to the magazine’s site, Hartley Sawyer will take over the role starting March 18. Sawyer’s acting credits include, Jane By Design, Glory Daze, GCB and Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23. READ MORE
The snatch-and-grab actor game continues between The Young and the Restless and General Hospital. CBS Soaps In Depth is reporting Bruce Weitz is heading to Genoa City.
According to the magazine's site, Weitz will play Barry starting April 17. Don't look for Weitz's stint to be as long as his previous one on GH! He will only be on Y&R for 3 episodes.
The Young and the Restless guest star Tony Todd has plenty of nice things to say about the show and the genre, however he isn't too happy about having to pay for his own food! TMZ has a video of Todd, who will be playing Leslie (Angell Conwell) and Tyler's (Redaric Williams) jailbird dad, griping about having to pay for his own meals on the set of the CBS sudser.Watch the clip after the jump! READ MORE