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?
Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) arrived in true Steffy fashion at her wedding, straddling a motorcycle and wearing a black wedding dress. Carter (Lawrence Saint-Victor) officiated the intimate nuptials.
Grizzly Adams…err...Thomas (Adam Gregory) made a speech about Steffy and Liam (Scott Clifton). Then Bill (Don Diamont) made a speech about the couple, which was followed by a speech by Taylor (Hunter Tylo). Liam and Steffy then each made a speech as part of their vows. They may have been short on wedding guests, but there was no shortage of speeches. READ MORE
Brenda confesses to Michael they never had sex. She was lying about them to get back at Carly. Brenda felt Carly blew everything out of proportion, and now Brenda has lost Jax and everything else that matters to her. She blames Carly for trashing her life. READ MORE
On this week of The Borgias, Caterina Sforza (Gina McKee) had Rufio (Thure Lindhart) start assembling the bastard and second sons of Rome’s most prominent families. The men were weary at first, but soon united. Cesare (Francois Arnaud) and Rodrigo (Jeremy Irons) realized what Caterina was doing with the Get Borgia Gang (hereafter the “GBG”), and decided to subvert them. The Borgias men also planned to pin Juan’s murder on Caterina.
Cesare, along with his trusty manservant Michelotto (Sean Harris), intimidated various members of the GBG, and as a result, received their confirmation of Caterina’s new plan of attack. Each member of the GBG had Cardinal relatives. READ MORE
After about a million weeks on hiatus, Once Upon A Time returned to the airwaves Sunday evening, and did not disappoint. Rumpelstiltskin’s relationship with Belle took center stage, while The Evil Queen lived up to her name. Check out the Top 5 Moments from OUAT’s “Lacey”.
Lucy believes Sam is the best candidate to become Rafe's foster parent. She points out Sam owes him for saving Danny. Alexis feels Sam has been through a lot over the past year, and taking Rafe in might be too much. She knows they’ll find another foster home for Rafe. Sam disagrees with her mother, and thinks becoming Rafe's foster parent isn't such a bad idea at all.