Y&R Best Lines Thursday, September 22, 2022

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Diane: I am warning you, Phyllis. Back off.

Phyllis: You’re warning me? Really? Diane, this is one of those teachable moments. Really, it’s teachable. I mean, “back off.” It doesn’t really have a lot of heat. “Back off or…” is really a threat. So you want to try it again?

Diane: Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. Back off!

Jack: Diane. I can hear you all the way down the hall. What is going on here?

Phyllis: Diane seems to be reconnecting with her authentic self.

Diane: No, I’m sorry, jack. I just — things got a little heated, and —

Jack: Well, try to cool things down would you? Kyle and summer just laid down the law. They made very clear boundaries about this kind of thing. If they’d walked in on this instead of me, you two would be out of a job right now.

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Traci: [Gasps] Oh. Oh. [Chuckling] Allie. Oh, my god. What are you doing here?

[Both chuckle]

Allie: Terrifying you, apparently.

Traci: No, no, no, no. I’m fine. I mean, my tablet is still dry, and my tea is still wet, so I’m good, but what about you?

Allie: I’m doing okay. Why do you ask?

Traci: Well because I’m used to having this couple of hours to myself in here. You know, I can spread out and I can work and I can procrastinate to my heart’s content because all of you are at jabot.

Allie: Working on anything interesting?

Traci: Yes, as a matter of fact, I am. It is about this brilliant scientist who loves being in the laboratory until one afternoon she’s home instead of at work.


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GH Short Recap Tuesday, September 30, 2022

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Ava decides to stay with Nina instead of going home with Nikolas, but she is thrilled to finally be getting out of the hospital.

Chase gets ready to sing at the Savoy, but he is unaware that Selena Wu plans to use his performance as a cover for one of her poker games.

Valentin considers asking Nina to help him get access to Charlotte at the boarding school where Victor is holding her hostage.

Elizabeth asks Gregory how well he knew Film’s wife Reiko.

Victor visits Spencer and finds him with a bruised face. Spencer explains to his uncle that the Bentonville prisoners are beating him up because they know that his rich relatives are paying guards to protect him. Spencer tells his uncle not to protect him, that he will just keep his head down and stay out of the way. Spencer gets punched by a prisoner in the prison library because he refused to pick up a book the man dropped on the floor.

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Y&R Short Recap Friday, September 30, 2022

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Devon tells Lily that he is worried about Nate and Elena’s relationship because when he spoke to Elena earlier he found out she was staying at a hotel. Devon explains to Lily that Elena was Nate’s voice of reason and without her he might be inclined to more risky behavior when it comes to Chancellor Winters. Lily doesn’t think Nate and Elena’s relationship is any of their business.

Nikki tells Victor that Deacon saw Diane being chauffeured around in a Bentley sometimes with a man in the car. Nikki shows Victor a picture Deacon gave her with a partial license plate of the Bentley and she says she found out the car is owned by an and entertainment company.

The mystery man in Diane’s hotel room reminds her they had an agreement and she hasn’t kept her part of their deal. The man wants to go to Kyle and Summer’s vow renewal because he thinks it would be the perfect time to reveal his identity to the Abbott family. Diane persuades him that now isn’t the right time to do that and later the man looks at pictures of the Abbotts on his phone.

The vow renewal begins with Summer wearing a beautiful dress and Harrison walking her down the aisle. Noah, Mariah, and Tessa officiate the ceremony together and they welcome the guests to the ceremony.

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Interview with Mark Gagliardi

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Mark Gagliardi of "Blood and Treasure" on Paramount+ Sundays

Interview with Mark Gagliardi of “Blood and Treasure” on Paramount+ by Suzanne 8/26/22

This was such a fun interview! Mark is hilarious. I really enjoyed speaking with him. I really love his character on “Blood & Treasure.”  I hope you enjoy our video! Don’t forget to watch “Blood & Treasure” on Paramount+. This Sunday, 10/2, is the season finale.

 

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Mark Gagliardi as Father Chuck in "Blood and Treasure" on Paramount+ SundaysActor and comedian Mark Gagliardi is one of the main stars of the Paramount+ series BLOOD & TREASURE (plays ‘Father Chuck’) – new episodes of the 2nd Season drop on Sundays!

Additionally, Mark co-hosts the podcast “We Got This” with fellow comedian Hal Lublin – each week, Mark and Hal sit down to settle all the small debates that are a big deal to YOU – once and for all. No subject is too small for Mark and Hal to tackle! Even though you may think it’s an impossible puzzle to solve, don’t worry… We Got This.

He is also known for the critically acclaimed Emmy-winning series DRUNK HISTORY and THE THRILLING ADVENTURE HOUR.

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IMDB bio: Originally from Tennessee and trained at DePaul in Chicago, Mark Gagliardi is best known for the viral hit ‘Drunk History’ and his work on stage in ‘The Thrilling Adventure Hour’, a monthly live hit show and podcast at Largo in Los Angeles. He is a veteran of The Second City and National Lampoon, improvises regularly with the record-breaking group Freedom Snatch, and works at Disneyland and Universal Studios as an actor and improvisation coach.

 

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Y&R Best Lines Wednesday, September 21, 2022

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Diane: [Breathes deeply] Hello, victor. You’re looking well.

Victor: There something you need?

Diane: Well, I just haven’t seen much of you lately, not since you came by to say hello when I returned. But, um, I thought maybe we could catch up.

Victor: I recall I had two unfortunate occasions when I saw you. One was when you engaged in a slapping fest with my wife and the other when you crashed the Chancellor-Winters launching party.

Diane: Well, I’ve been on my best behavior ever since.

Victor: Really?

Diane: Mm.&

Victor: Good. Well, then I think that’s all the information you and I need to exchange, right?

Phyllis: Hey. This is interesting, seeing you two together.

Diane: Phyllis.

Phyllis: Hello.

Diane: Hello.

Phyllis: [Chuckles] I feel the need to sit down and watch. That’s all.

Diane: [Sighs]

Phyllis: [Clears throat]

[Whispering] What are you talking about? Do I have to ask?

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Victor: I apologize, but i don’t recall asking anyone to join me.

Phyllis: Mm. Well, I’m not going to join you.

Victor: Ah.

Phyllis: I have to-go order. I’m gonna get it and leave. I was here earlier for a lunch meeting, but we didn’t really have lunch, did we?

Diane: Mm. We met up with Summer and Kyle.

Phyllis: Mm-hmm.

Victor: How riveting.

Diane: Mm. Uh… oh, look, Phyllis, here comes your to-go bag. I certainly don’t want your lunch to get cold.

Phyllis: Oh, don’t worry. It’s gazpacho. I’m all good.

Diane: Well, I have a few things I’d like to say to Victor in private.

Phyllis: I’m sure you do. Um…I wish you luck. Good luck.

Diane: Why do I need luck?

Phyllis: Because he sees right through you, just like i do. Good luck.

Victor: Hey, Phyllis, good seeing you.

Phyllis: You too.


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Y&R Best Lines Tuesday, September 20, 2022

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Kyle: I’m afraid you got it wrong. Summer and I didn’t invite you to join us for fun.

Summer: In fact, it’s the exact opposite. This is serious, and it’s something that we wanted to discuss with both of you.

Diane: Oh. I-I see.

Phyllis: Okay, well, this doesn’t sound good.

Kyle: Summer and I want you to know we have two priorities — peace within the family and productivity within the business.

Phyllis: Uh, okay. Well, we’re on the same page. Those are my priorities, too.

Diane: And mine, as well. No question.

Phyllis: There’s nothing that I want more than to see, you know, Marchetti run smoothly.

Diane: And successfully. I hope you know how much i appreciate the opportunity you’ve given me.

Phyllis: Yeah, and it is my mission to make sure that all your dreams are realized with Marchetti.

Diane: The most important thing to me right now is family harmony. Being close to you is the only reason I’m here. I can’t tell you how lucky i feel. And it means everything to me to be accepted back into your lives.

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Phyllis: Um… okay, just so I get this clear. So, if she does something, I get fired, too? That just doesn’t seem right.

Kyle: It won’t matter who said what or who did what to whom. You will both — both — be immediately removed from the company.

Summer: No questions asked, no excuses tolerated.

Diane: But —

Phyllis: Okay —

Summer: This is non-negotiable, period.

Kyle: We warned you from the beginning to stay out of each other’s way. You were told that any conflict between the two of you would be a deal breaker.

Summer: And now you know that we mean it. Besides, the two of you have limited need to interact at Marchetti anyway.

Phyllis: Okay, well, that’s not entirely true. Diane is writing the press release for my division, so I’m going to have to be around her.

Kyle: True. But if you can’t handle the times when you do need to interact, you shouldn’t have the job in the first place. It’s just that simple. Understood?

Phyllis: Summer, are you really…

Diane: Kyle, don’t you think this is a little harsh?

Kyle: Mom, we have a company to run.

Summer: And we’re both committed to its success.

Kyle: Hey, we are in the middle of a huge transition. Moving a company from Milan to Genoa City is a mammoth of an undertaking, and this is a big step for Jabot and my father so, this affects him as well.

Summer: We just don’t need these kinds of distractions.

Kyle: Like I said, you’re both doing great work in your respective jobs. Neither of us want to lose you. We want to see you succeed and be a part of this adventure. But we are done making allowances.

Summer: We’re done with the attacks and the accusations. This is your last warning. Are we clear?


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Days Update Thursday, September 29, 2022

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At the DiMera Mansion, Stefan asks EJ about it taking all night to determine he was justified in shooting Clyde. EJ is glad Stefan shares their family loyalty. Stefan acknowledges that he and Chad are not on the best of terms right now, but he’s still a DiMera. Stefan declares that EJ saved Chad’s life and brought Abigail’s killer to justice, so he’s forever grateful for that. EJ knows Abigail was very dear to him. Stefan admits he thought he loved her once, but it turned out just to be obsession. Stefan adds that he didn’t know what love was until he met Chloe Lane.

Ava goes to the DiMera Office and tells Gabi that she just heard the news. Ava asks Gabi if it’s true that Stefan DiMera is really alive.

Chanel comes out of the bedroom at Allie’s apartment and finds Johnny sleeping shirtless on the couch. Johnny then wakes up and asks what Chanel is looking at. Chanel comments that he lost his blanket and picks it up for him. Chanel asks if he slept okay. Johnny jokes about them not having the air conditioning on. Allie then comes out from the bedroom and tells Johnny hello and goodbye.

Gabi confirms to Ava that Stefan is alive. Ava calls it amazing and asks if Gabi is so happy. Ava realizes that when she thought she was hallucinating her dead husband, she was actually seeing Gabi’s dead husband who is actually alive which means she’s not crazy. Gabi responds that she’s not so sure about that.

Chad returns to Abigail’s grave with flowers. Chad says there is so much he wants to say to Abigail but he doesn’t know where to start. Chad then imagines Abigail appearing before him which makes him cry.

Gabi tells Ava that first she saw “Jake” at the DiMera Mansion and she passed out but Li said he didn’t see anything unusual. Ava questions Gabi trying to say that she first hallucinated Jake and then saw Stefan, asking what the odds are of that. Gabi decides that whatever happened, it’s best for both of them if she’s not crazy. Ava agrees. Gabi says she needs Li’s father to restore Ava’s shares and complains that Stefan is trying to take her shares away from her. Ava questions why he would do that when he’s her husband and she is the love of his life. Gabi says not anymore and reveals that Stefan claims he never loved her and doesn’t love her now.

Stefan tells EJ that he and Chloe never got the chance to see what would happen between them because Gabi arrived. EJ calls Gabi a duplicitious lowlife and he’s glad that Stefan agrees that Gabi needs to be ousted from DiMera. Stefan points out that EJ did mention his shares might not be enough. EJ confirms there’s still a chance that Li could restore Ava’s voting rights, so to be certain, they may need someone to switch sides. EJ thinks Johnny could be persuadable. Stefan questions EJ’s own son voting against him. EJ blames Ava and complains that his threats have only driven Johnny further in to Ava’s arms. Stefan advises EJ to think strategically. EJ says that he is. EJ decides he’s going to see Johnny and Ava with the plan to lie good enough that he can convince them both to switch sides.

Johnny questions Allie saying goodbye. Allie reminds him that she said he could stay for a night and it’s now been two. Johnny complains that he hasn’t found a new place yet. Allie blames for that while Johnny brings up the cost of rent. Allie suggests he go spend a night at the Salem Inn. Johnny questions how she’s treating him. Allie argues that she can’t do any more as he makes more of a mess than her son Henry and leaves dirty dishes and sweat stains on the couch. Allie adds that he could also stop being provocative towards Chanel. Johnny complains about it being hot. Chanel adds in that she’s not provoked. Allie questions if she’s taking his side. Chanel says she’s not but asks what’s wrong with a few more days of Johnny staying on the couch until he finds a place to stay. Johnny says that’s unless Allie is worried that Chanel will succumb to the powerful sexual chemistry they have always had.

Chad questions why Abigail is appearing before him. Abigail says that after all these months of trying to find her killer, he finally has, so she wants to know how he feels. Chad admits he thought he would feel relieved as he was so determined to get justice and that was all he cared about, but now that he has and they know who took her from them, he just feels empty inside. Chad doesn’t know what he’s living for.

Stefan tells EJ that it’s dizzy keeping track of everybody’s revolving relationships but he’ll get the hang of it eventually. EJ asks if he has any idea why Dr. Rolf kept him on ice for so long. Stefan says he has no clue other than the heart transplant. EJ asks if anyone else was involved as he gathers Kristen played some sort of role.

Li goes to Chloe’s room at the Salem Inn. Chloe assumes he’s here about Basic Black but Li says he just decided to stop in and see how she and her family are doing. Chloe calls that kind of him. Li calls it a horrible ordeal with Clyde Weston last night, especially for Nancy and says it’s a dreadful thing to happen on her wedding day. Li jokes that he breaks in to a cold sweat whenever he hears about wedding nightmares since he and Gabi are engaged, especially now that Gabi’s dead husband Stefan is alive.

Gabi tells Ava that EJ and Stefan are petitioning to have her shares returned to Stefan. Ava points out that Gabi did only have them because she was Stefan’s widow and now it turns out, she’s not. Gabi questions whose side she is on. Ava says she is on Gabi’s side for the time being because they share common interests. Gabi notes that if Mr. Shin can restore Ava’s voting shares then EJ and Stefan can’t vote her out. Ava hopes not because she doesn’t want her first day on the job to be her last. Gabi says she’ll still have six votes with Ava and now having Johnny on their side. Ava responds that she’s not so sure they can count on Johnny’s vote anymore.

Allie assures Johnny that she’s not worried about losing Chanel to him. Johnny says she could’ve fooled him. Chanel points out that she can speak for herself. Allie says she’s just responding to Johnny’s accusation of jealousy when the real reason she wants him gone is because she’s tired of his smelly, naked body taking up her apartment. Allie tells Johnny to go shower and get out. Johnny says fine and tells her to relax as he then goes to shower. Allie complains that Johnny is so infuriating. Chanel tells her that he’s just pressing her buttons. Chanel asks if Allie really thinks she has any reason to be jealous of her and Johnny. Allie asks if she wasn’t listening when she just said she wasn’t jealous. Allie then admits that she’s been a little bit thrown off, but it took Chanel weeks to decide which one of them she wanted to be with and now she seems totally fine with Johnny staying here indefinitely in his tiny underwear so she doesn’t know. Allie asks Chanel if she has a reason to be jealous.

Nancy enters Clyde’s hospital room where a cop tells her that Clyde isn’t allowed visitors. Nancy informs him that Rafe said it would be alright and she won’t stay long. Nancy tells Clyde that she just wants to know if anything between them was ever real and if he ever really loved her. Clyde responds that he told her he did time and again. Nancy doesn’t know why she even cares now except she thought it might help her better understand why she got involved with him in the first place. Clyde tells her to do whatever helps her. Nancy admits she was really messed up after losing Craig and she just needed somebody to make her feel desirable. Nancy adds that even after Clyde was arrested for possessing Abigail’s jewelry, she still believed his lies because that’s how much she needed him. Nancy states that Clyde killed Abigail and tried to kill Sonny, so she asks him if she would’ve been next.

Chad asks his vision of Abigail what he needs to do. She tells him to let go of his anger and guilt because there’s only one person responsible for what happened to her and that’s Clyde Weston. Chad brings up Clyde being on parole and says he should’ve been more careful and protected her. Abigail says she always lived in terror after what Ben did to her and that’s no way to live. Abigail points out that Chad almost died last night and asks if that’s what he wants. Chad says he could be with her. Abigail says that’s not his choice to make but Chad doesn’t think he can go on. Abigail tells him that he has to.

Chloe tells Li that it was quite a shock to learn that Stefan was still alive. Li asks her about Stefan claiming to still have feelings for her. Chloe confirms he said that and that seeing him was surreal. Chloe adds that there’s also no hope for them. Li asks if she’s certain since Stefan is a fascinating, charismatic man from a prominent family. Chloe points out that she already has one who she loves with all her heart and even if she wasn’t with Brady, she’d have a hard time going back to Stefan after he cheated on her with Gabi. Chloe is pretty sure that isn’t what Li wanted to hear, but tells him that if he wanted her to keep Stefan away from Gabi, that’s not going to happen. Li thanks Chloe and decides he’s taken up enough of her time. Li sends his best wishes as he then exits.

Stefan tells EJ that it’s all so hazy so he can’t remember anyone working with Dr. Rolf. EJ gets a text and informs Stefan that his shares are officially his for the taking, so he suggests they go retrieve them from Gabi.

Gabi wishes she could have seen EJ’s face when he thought Ava and Johnny slept together. Ava says it was a sight to behold but then EJ kicked her out and Johnny decided to go with her to the Salem Inn and slept on the floor. Ava notes that she and Johnny are still on good terms but admits that when she kicked him out, she felt bad and misses him. Gabi encourages Ava to go find Johnny, wrap her arms around him and tell him that she changed his mind and actually does want to sleep with him.

Chanel asks Allie if they are seriously doing this again. Allie says she sometimes has her doubts. Allie complains that Chanel admitted to still having feelings for Johnny. Chanel assures her feelings for Allie are deeper but it’s difficult for her when it seems like she doesn’t trust her. Johnny then comes out from the shower in just a towel. Allie asks if he ever wears clothes. Chanel tells Johnny to stop torturing his sister. Johnny says he will obey Allie’s orders and get the hell out. Chanel asks where he will go. Johnny doesn’t know and says he will figure it out and exits.

Johnny walks through the town square with his bag packed and runs in to Ava. Ava questions him still not finding a place to stay. Johnny says he stayed at his sister’s for a couple days but thinks he overstayed his welcome. Ava feels that’s not very sisterly of her. Johnny calls his family complicated. Ava asks where he will go now. Johnny guesses he should find an apartment, a job, and a life. Ava suggests he just come back to the Salem Inn with her.

Li goes to the DiMera Office and tells Gabi that he missed her last night. Gabi tells him that she stayed at Rafe’s and thanks him for giving her some time. Li knows it’s a lot for her to process to get engaged and then finding out that day that her husband is back from the dead. Gabi knows it can’t be easy for Li either. Li says he can be patient as she’s worth it. Li assures that he still loves her and wants to marry her, so he’s hoping she feels the same way. Stefan then arrives. Gabi guesses he’s there to take back his stock shares which Li questions. Gabi informs Li that Stefan and EJ are teaming up to oust her as CEO which Li had no idea about. Gabi asks where EJ is, figuring he wouldn’t want to miss this. Stefan says he’s filling out paper work while there is something he wanted to say to Gabi. Stefan states that he’s had some time to think since their last meeting and things are a little more clear in his mind, so there’s something he needs to say to Gabi.

Clyde tells Nancy that he never claimed to be one of the good guys but he swears that he wanted to be a better man for Nancy. Clyde calls her a special person and says while being in the hospital, he’s thought of her the most and how he hurt her. Clyde wonders if there’s any way she could forgive him.

Chad’s vision of Abigail tells him that he has to go on living, asking what would happen to their kids if they lost both parents. She knows Chad is suffering but pleads with him to remember all he has to be grateful for and to live for, especially their kids. Abigail states that every second she spent loving him is more precious than if she lived 100 years without him. She says the greatest gift he could give to her is to live his life and find joy and love again. Chad insists that there will never be anyone else. She encourages that he won’t feel that way forever and asks him to move on for her.

Johnny questions Ava wanting him to come back to the Salem Inn to stay with her since she was pretty definite about him leaving. Ava admits she may have been hasty and says it feels like fate that she ran in to him. Ava asks if he wants to come up and put his bag down upstairs.

Gabi asks what Stefan remembers. Stefan says it’s his feelings for Chloe. Gabi reminds him that Chloe doesn’t want him. Stefan argues that she will once he reminds her what they meant to each other. Gabi points out that Chloe is in a serious relationship with Brady now. Stefan says he’s aware but he’s not giving up on her. Stefan advises Gabi to move on with her life like he intends to do with his. Stefan then announces that he will be filing divorce proceedings as soon as possible. EJ walks in and declares that Stefan’s shares have officially been transferred back to him. Li complains that he should’ve been informed of this. EJ calls this his official notice. Stefan demands his shares while Li argues that they can’t do this. Gabi hands over her shares and complains that EJ is enjoying every moment of this. EJ responds that he enjoys things being restored to their proper place. Gabi argues that she’s still CEO. EJ says not for long. Li wants to throw them out but says it’s Gabi’s call because she’s in charge. Gabi has no idea what happened to Stefan, but tells him and EJ to get the hell out. Stefan says goodbye and walks out with EJ.

Chanel tells Allie that they’ve been going to bed mad the past two nights ever since their stupid fight about Johnny. Allie complains that it always comes back to him. Chanel knows she made things hard when she was choosing between them but says they have to get past that. Chanel says either Allie trusts her or she doesn’t. Allie says it’s Johnny that she doesn’t trust. Chanel argues that Johnny is over her and moved on to Ava. Chanel assures that she doesn’t want Johnny, she wants Allie as she then kisses her.

Johnny asks if Ava is sure. Ava says she is so they start to walk off together but EJ arrives. Johnny tells EJ that if he’s here to order him home, the answer is still no. EJ asks what if he asked them both to come back.

Nancy tells Clyde that what he did to her pales in comparison to him killing an innocent young woman, not to mention what he did to Sonny. Nancy says Clyde needs to ask forgiveness from Abigail and Sonny’s families, but agrees to pray for him because everyone deserves at least that. Clyde says he appreciates that. Nancy says goodbye to Clyde and then exits.

Johnny asks EJ what the catch is. EJ says no catch. EJ doesn’t know if Johnny heard what happened with Clyde last night. Johnny confirms he did. EJ guesses everyone has heard by now. EJ says it made him realize how important family is to him. EJ understands he’s hurt Johnny deeply and he needs to make amends as he’s pushed far too many people away and that stops now. EJ states that he and Chad have reconciled and he’s had a chance to get to know Stefan, so now he’s determined not to let any more time pass being estranged from his son. EJ asks Johnny to come back to the house where he belongs. Johnny asks what about Ava. EJ says she’s invited as well. Ava and Johnny question his sudden change of heart. EJ calls it a mea culpa for his unfair conclusions about Ava’s mental health. Ava mocks that as a gracious apology. EJ acknowledges that Ava wasn’t hallucinating seeing Jake and was seeing Stefan so she was not to blame for any confusion. EJ declares that the DiMeras owe Ava on a number of grounds, so he wants to start making it up to her. EJ asks Ava to come back to the house and insists his doors are open to the both of them. Johnny agrees to consider it but says he won’t speak for both of them. Ava decides they will talk about it as she and Johnny then head to the Salem Inn.

Stefan goes to Chloe’s room with flowers and gift bags.

Chad asks how he could ever think of loving someone else when Abigail still has his heart. She knows he will never stop loving her, just like she will never stop loving him or their children. Chad admits it helps that she lives on in their kids. She wants to know how specifically. Chad talks about Abigail living on in Charlotte’s kindness and sense of humor and in Thomas’s endless curiosity. She asks Chad to kiss her goodbye which he does. They say I love you and then Chad’s vision of Abigail disappears. Chad holds back tears as he kneels back at Abigail’s grave.

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GH Short Recap Thursday, September 29, 2022

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Spinelli explains to Sam that the algorithm he developed for Society Setups can discover everyone’s passwords and hack into computers to find out everyone’s likes and dislikes and that is why he could be in big trouble. Spinelli also tells Sam Cody found out this information and forced him to match him with Britt and he doesn’t think his intentions were honorable. Spinelli tells Sam because he thinks Cody is hiding something, but he doesn’t know what it could be.

Maxie and Felicia help Cody and Mac have a talk and try to persuade them both to have a DNA test.

Curtis helps Trina get an internship at the Port Charles Museum and Trina is upset because he didn’t ask her if she wanted to have the internship although she understands he wanted to protect her.

Portia refuses to take Jordan’s advice and tell Curtis that he is Tina’s biological father.

Mason tells Austin he can’t get out of the family business and he needs to do something for the family. Austin tells Mason that once he does this he is out of the family business. Austin gives a patient an injection and tells him he won’t feel a thing.

Dante tells Jordan that he doesn’t think Dex is the hook attacker because when he helped Josslyn save Ava he was wearing a clean white t- shirt and he didn’t have enough time to change his clothes. Josslyn arrives at Sonny’s place and tells Sonny about Dex’s white t-shirt and unwittingly saves Dex’s life for the moment because Sonny wants to check some facts before he has Dex killed. Josslyn also saves Michael because if Michael and Sonny would have kept talking Sonny would have found out Michael hired Dex to bring down his business.

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Y&R Short Recap Tuesday, September 27, 2022

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Elena tells Nate she doesn’t know if she can live with this new version of him so she thinks they need to take a break from their relationship.

Phyllis tells Diane that she is putting an end to their feud so they can both do their jobs but she is only doing this because Nikki sent her a text message telling her to keep Diane off guard until she returns from her trip to Los Angeles. Diane is having lunch with Jack when she gets a text message from someone that says “I need to meet with you ASAP.”

Chelsea brings a baby blanket to Billy’s office and asks him to give it to Johnny and tell him she bought the blanket for him when she was pregnant with him. Billy tells Chelsea that she is overstepping because they all agreed that they would let Johnny decide what kind of relationship he wants to have with her and Connor. Chelsea goes to Victoria’s office later and asks her to help nudge Johnny into having a relationship with her. Victoria is angry that Chelsea is trying to insinuate herself into Johnny’s life. Victoria tells Chelsea that she and Billy will always do what is best for Johnny, so they are going to let him decide if he wants to have a relationship with her.

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Y&R Short Recap Thursday, September 29, 2022

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Kyle tells Summer about the honeymoon they are going to take to Costa Rica after their vow renewal ceremony tomorrow.

Elena thinks Nate is putting greed and power ahead of his family so she gets a room at the Grand Phoenix. Nate talks to Victoria about his problem with Elena and she tells him not to justify his decisions to anyone and be true to his convictions.

Adam asks Nick if he is sleeping with Sally and Nick neither confirms nor denies Adam’s suspicions, so Adam later asks Sally to tell him the truth. Sally tells Adam that something happened between her and Nick, and her personal life is none of his business.

Victoria warns Nick that Adam could lash out against the family and the company if he finds out there is something going on between him and Sally. Victoria thinks Nick is playing with fire and he should be careful, this sends Nick straight to Sally’s hotel room and they have sex again.

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Primetime TV Review: The Rookie: Feds

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“The Rookie: Feds” Review on by Eva 9/28/2022

The Rookie: Feds is a spinoff of The Rookie and follows the career change of former guidance counselor turned FBi agent Simone Clark (Niece Nash-Betts). Simone is the oldest rookie in the FBI and now must prove herself to everyone on the special FBI task force where she is assigned to work. Simone doesn’t always follow the rules relying more on her life experience and her instincts in order to solve cases. Special Agent Carter Hope (James Lesure) a by the book agent who is in charge of training Simone which is hard for him because Simone doesn’t often listen to what he tells her to do.

The first episode started a little slow since they had to introduce the characters in the cast so it didn’t draw me into the episode right away but it got better towards the middle of the episode. The show also has a great sense of humor which fans of The Rookie will enjoy because the show doesn’t take itself as seriously as other police dramas which makes it fun to watch. I hope that in future episodes the show won’t start off as slowly and I will get to know the characters and enjoy watching them. I think it will also be fun to watch the cross overs with The Rookie and to see those characters helping out the Fed team.

I give this show a 4 out of5 stars. If you missed the first episode, you can stream it on Hulu or on the ABC app. I think fans of The Rookie will enjoy this show but I am not sure if it can attract viewers that don’t watch The Rookie.

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Jack goes home looking for Jennifer but just finds the empty pill bottle on the living room floor. Julie comes in, saying she heard Jack come racing in and asks what’s wrong. Jack asks her if Doug is still taking painkillers for his shoulder. Julie confirms he hasn’t since last year. Jack shows Julie the pill bottle that he found on the floor. Julie doesn’t understand because they never refilled the prescription. Jack reveals that he thinks Jennifer did. Jack informs Julie that Gwen told him that Jennifer is taking painkillers again and he didn’t want to believe her, but he thinks she’s right.

Jennifer goes driving while crying. Jennifer imagines Abigail in the seat next to her and declares she’s going to make Clyde pay. Jennifer swears that anyone who ever hurt Abigail will pay as she promises her justice.

Gwen exits the police station and sees an oncoming car coming towards her.

In the cemetery, Clyde then grabs Chad and they fight, losing the gun in the process. Clyde ends up pinning Chad down on the ground, saying he’ll be with Abigail now soon. Clyde chokes Chad until EJ arrives and shoots Clyde in the back. EJ asks if Chad is alright. Chad says he’s fine and asks if Clyde is dead. EJ stands over Clyde and says the roles are reversed now. EJ asks Clyde how it feels to be the one bleeding in the grass now and calls it poetic justice. Clyde tells him to go to Hell. Chad asks Clyde how it feels knowing he’s only moments away from damnation and there’s nothing he can do about it. Chad declares that he’s going to relish every single second of it. EJ says they both are. Chad recalls finding Abigail still clinging to life alone in the bedroom and now tonight, Clyde is going to pay back every single painful second. Chad adds that in Abigail’s final moments, she was with someone that loved her while Clyde will not be so lucky.

Belle tries calling EJ but it goes to voicemail. Shawn then gets a message that there’s reports of gunshots in the cemetery. Belle points out that’s where Abigail is buried. Shawn tells Belle to stay there but Belle tells him that she’s coming with him and not to argue, so they exit together.

Rafe goes to the police station finishing a call with Jada as he finds Gwen unconscious on the ground. Rafe checks on her and asks if she can hear him.

Clyde asks Chad to call for help and not to let him die. Chad and EJ mock him as if they didn’t hear anything. Clyde says “damn you both” as he then passes out.

Jack and Julie search the house but can’t find Jennifer. Jack tries calling Jennifer but she doesn’t answer. Jack asks if Julie’s noticed any change in Jennifer’s behavior recently. Julie understands Jennifer is grieving deeply over the loss of her daughter. Jack decides he needs to go find Jennifer and tells Julie to stay home with Doug in case Jennifer comes home. Jack thanks her and goes to leave, but then Jennifer comes home. Jack tells her that they were so worried about her and that she wasn’t answering her phone. Jennifer responds that she doesn’t know where her phone is and says she needs to sit down. Jack asks if she’s alright, what happened, and where she has been.

Rafe encourages Gwen to stay with him as he calls for an ambulance right away.

Shawn and Belle rush up to find EJ and Chad standing over Clyde. Shawn checks on Clyde and confirms he’s still alive. Shawn then calls in for medical assistance. Shawn asks what the hell happened here. Belle advises EJ as his lawyer to not say a word. EJ agrees and suggests Belle will also be representing Chad but Chad says he doesn’t need a lawyer as he has nothing to hide.

Jack reminds Jennifer that she was supposed to stay home as she said she wasn’t feeling well. Jennifer says she wasn’t but then she spoke to Abigail. Jack tells her that’s not possible. Jennifer admits she meant that she imagined speaking to Abigail. Jennifer cries that she’s just so upset that they haven’t found her killer, so she decided to see what was happening with Clyde. Julie questions what she’s talking about. Jack informs her that the police have finally decided that Clyde may have killed Abigail. Jennifer complains that she couldn’t just sit there and wait, so she decided to drive to the police station to see what’s going on. Jack questions her driving in this condition. Jennifer claims she’s fine but she started feeling dizzy so she turned around and came back. Jennifer asks Jack if they’ve caught Clyde for murdering their daughter because he has to answer for that. Jack assures that the police are handling that but there’s something they need to handle right now. Jennifer questions what it is. Jack then presents the pill bottle to her.

Xander and Sarah are at the hospital together when Sarah gets a message that two ambulances just pulled in downstairs. Xander says he’ll see her back home and then turns around as Rafe arrives with Gwen being stretchered in.

Chad sits with Shawn at the police station and gives his statement about how once he talked to Nancy about the vanilla aftershave, he realized it wasn’t Craig, but Clyde, who stabbed Sonny. Chad adds that he was even more convinced after Rafe told him that Clyde’s alibi fell apart. Shawn questions Chad taking matters in to his own hands. Chad confirms that he took the gun from the family safe, intercepted Clyde at the City Hall and took him to Abigail’s grave to make him confess his crimes. Chad reveals that Clyde admitted to it. Shawn questions why and if it was to send a message to EJ. Chad says sort of but Abigail was not his original target and was just in the wrong place at the wrong time, so when Clyde broke in, he didn’t intend to kill his wife, as he was after Shawn’s. Belle and EJ then join them at the station right then. Shawn questions why Clyde would want to kill Belle. Chad explains that Clyde had planted a bug at the DiMera Mansion several weeks before. EJ guesses it was the night Clyde came over and claimed he wanted to go in to business with him. Chad says from that moment on, Clyde was keeping tabs on EJ. EJ knows Clyde wanted leverage. Chad adds that Clyde’s worst fear was confirmed when he heard EJ confiding in Belle. Shawn complains that he can’t believe how reckless EJ was for putting his wife in danger. Belle tells Shawn that they didn’t know Clyde was listening and she wanted to help. Chad continues that Clyde wanted to show how easy he could get to EJ and send a message but when he got there, Belle wasn’t home and no one was except Abigail. Chad talks about Abigail started questioning Clyde in the hall but she knew too much. Belle tells Chad that she’s so sorry. Shawn asks Chad what happened after he got Clyde to confess. Chad says he was upset and then Clyde caught him off guard and got the gun away. Chad says Clyde started strangling him and he just kept thinking about what happened to Abigail. EJ declares that he then picked up the gun and ended it. Belle states that EJ had no choice because Clyde was going to kill Chad. Chad agrees that if EJ hadn’t of shown up, he would be with Abigail right now. Shawn decides he’s heard enough for now and he needs to get to the hospital to see if he can get answers out of Clyde, assuming he’s still alive. EJ asks if they may leave but Shawn says no as he needs them to stay since he’ll have more questions for them. Belle tells Shawn to let her know what he finds out. Shawn hugs her and says he loves her. Shawn kisses her and says he’ll be back as he then exits the station.

Jennifer pretends not to know what the bottle of painkillers is and points out that the label says they are Doug’s. Julie says Doug stopped using them a year ago and never refilled the prescription but about a month ago, someone did. Jennifer questions what Julie is accusing her of. Jack brings up that Jennifer had an addiction to painkillers. Jennifer complains that was years ago. Jack says he’s not judging her and just needs her to talk to him. Jack asks her to tell him the truth as he questions if she’s been abusing pills again. Jennifer responds that she’s going to be sick and rushes out of the room.

Xander asks Rafe what happened to Gwen. Rafe responds that he’s not sure as he found her outside the police station, on the ground and not responsive. Rafe notes that there were tire tracks nearby so it looks like a hit and run. Xander questions who would do something like that. Rafe says they will find them but as of now, they have no witnesses so they don’t know much. Xander asks if Jack knows. Rafe responds that he’s just about to call him. Xander worries that he doesn’t know what Jack would do if he lost another daughter.

Julie asks if she should go check on Jennifer. Jack suggests giving her a minute. Julie asks what he thinks. Jack then gets a call from Rafe. Jack asks if he arrested Clyde. Rafe says no but Shawn has a lead and they are waiting for an update. Jack thanks Rafe for keeping him in the loop and says he’s in the middle of something. Rafe clarifies that wasn’t why he was calling as he has some bad news about Gwen. Jack rushes out and then Jennifer returns to the living room where Julie checks on her. Jennifer asks where Jack went. Julie informs her that Rafe called from the hospital as Gwen was brought in to the emergency room. Jennifer questions what happened. Julie says she doesn’t know as Jack rushed out after the call. Jennifer remarks that she hopes Gwen is alright.

Sarah comes out from the ER so Xander asks how Gwen is. Sarah informs him that she is stable but has some broken bones and a possible concussion but no internal bleeding or damage to major organs so she doesn’t need surgery for now. Rafe asks if she’s regained consciousness. Sarah says no as they have her sedated. Xander points out that Jack isn’t there yet so he asks if it would be alright if he sat with her. Sarah agrees and takes Xander to Gwen’s hospital room.

Belle tells EJ that she will see if she can find Melinda Trask to make sure his story is the first one she hears. EJ asks if she thinks he and Chad will be charged with anything. Belle says not if she can help it. EJ apologizes to Belle and says Shawn was right that he put her in danger and never should’ve told her about Clyde. Belle insists that he had no way of knowing that Clyde was listening and she practically forced it out of him. Belle states that EJ has no reason to apologize and she just wishes they could’ve stopped Clyde before he killed Abigail.

Shawn goes to the hospital and informs Rafe that EJ shot Clyde and says it was to save Chad’s life. Rafe asks where Clyde is now. Shawn responds that he’s in a hospital room where they extracted the bullet and he’s now recovering. Jack arrives, asking them where Gwen is and if she’s okay. Rafe informs him that she’s stable, sedated, and pretty banged up but it looks like she’s going to be okay. Jack is relieved and asks where she is. Rafe says Sarah and Xander are in with her now and that Sarah can give him the full rundown of her injuries and condition. Jack thanks him. Rafe stops him and says there’s one more thing, revealing that Shawn found Clyde. Shawn reveals to Jack that Clyde tried to kill Chad, so EJ shot him. Jack asks if the bastard is dead. Shawn says no as the doctors just finished patching him up. Jack questions what room Clyde is in. Rafe doesn’t think he should do that right now. Jack asks again. Shawn tells Jack to just go be with Gwen right now. Jack says they said Gwen is stable with Sarah and Xander, so he asks again what room Clyde is in. Shawn agrees to take Jack to Clyde’s hospital room. Clyde lays in the hospital bed, handcuffed to the bed. Jack confronts Clyde and questions why he killed his daughter.

EJ brings Chad a cup of coffee. Chad thanks him. EJ tells Chad that it was his fault. Chad says he doesn’t have to but EJ says he knew Clyde was a threat to the family and kept it to himself. EJ admits that he should’ve put a stop to Clyde sooner and immediately. EJ declares that he failed Chad, Abigail, their kids, and the family. EJ states that he can never forgive himself for that and tells Chad that he’s very sorry. Chad responds that they both made mistakes and did things they regret, so there’s no point in keeping score now. EJ calls that very generous of him. Chad thanks EJ for coming to his rescue tonight and saving his life. They acknowledge each other as brother and shake hands. EJ guesses now he can tell him that tonight, he didn’t do it for Chad and jokes that he just wanted to shoot Clyde which Chad laughs at.

Clyde claims he doesn’t know what Jack has been told but that he never harmed a single hair on his daughter’s head. Jack says he should’ve known that Clyde wouldn’t be man enough to admit what he did. Clyde says he won’t say another word without an attorney. Jack says that’s fine and tells Clyde that what he did was unspeakably evil. Jack talks about Abigail being a mother, wife, and daughter but Clyde stole it all away and that will haunt him and his family for the rest of their lives. Jack wants Clyde to be haunted too by what he did. Jack hopes it kills him slowly and then he will begin to understand a fraction of the pain he caused them. Clyde mocks him performing and remarks that he’s better off without Abigail. Clyde then tells Jack that Abigail was no angel and calls her a slut that cheated on his son. Jack calls him a son of a bitch as Shawn takes Jack out of the room.

Xander sits with Gwen and says he doesn’t know if she can hear him but her father is on his way and until then, he will keep her company. Xander tells Gwen that she will be alright and that Sarah says she’s very lucky. Xander encourages Gwen as being one of the toughest women he ever met, so he knows she’ll be up in no time. Gwen then wakes up and questions what’s going on and what he’s doing here. Xander jokes that she was in a scuffle but fought valiantly and took down several men. Sarah then informs Gwen that she’s in the hospital as a victim of a possible hit and run which she questions. Rafe then enters the room and says he’s sorry to interrupt. Sarah tells him that Gwen just regained consciousness which Rafe says is great. Rafe greets Gwen and asks if she’s up to answering a few questions. Gwen says sure. Rafe assures her that he’s going to do everything in his power to find the person who did this to her.

Jennifer tells Julie that she should go because Jack needs her but Julie insists that Jack needs her to take care of herself. Jennifer says she’s fine but Julie says she isn’t. Julie brings up that Jack wasn’t around the last time that Jennifer started using painkillers, but she was, and that’s the reason she and Doug moved back in to the house to take care of her. Jennifer remembers and says she’s grateful but that’s not what is happening here. Julie tells Jennifer that she’s not fooling anyone. Julie knows Jennifer has been struggling and asks how long it has been. Jennifer then admits it’s been a few weeks. Julie questions why she didn’t talk to her. Jennifer cries that she was ashamed. Julie says they don’t judge her and want to help her. Jennifer admits that Maggie tried to help as she knew about the pills after finding them in her purse by accident. Jennifer says that Maggie watched her throw the pills out and took her to a meeting, but then she came back and got them out of the trash and took them all until the bottle was empty. Julie tells Jennifer that they all love her very much and she can’t presume the pain she has been going through, but she knows there is nothing more tragic than a parent losing a child. Julie knows Jennifer has been struggling to get through the day, but reminds her that her life is important too. Julie adds that with Abigail gone, Jennifer is the most important woman in her grandchildren’s lives so they are going to need her for a long time. Julie then hugs Jennifer as she cries.

Rafe asks Gwen if she’s sure she is ready. Gwen says her head is finally starting to clear. Jack enters the room, relieved to see that Gwen is alright. Gwen thanks him for coming. Jack asks her what happened. Rafe says they were just getting to that and asks if Gwen remembers anything about tonight. Gwen recalls walking to the car park at the police station when a car came speeding towards her. Gwen says it didn’t swerve and happened so fast. Jack asks if she thinks it was deliberate. Gwen supposes it was possible. Rafe asks if she saw the driver.

Julie suggests Jennifer get some sleep. Jennifer apologizes for worrying her and Jack as she can’t believe she went driving in that condition which isn’t her. Jennifer calls it all such a blur. Julie is glad she’s back home, safe and sound. Julie remarks that Jennifer is very lucky that she didn’t hurt herself or anyone else. Julie then takes Jennifer upstairs.

Gwen says she didn’t see the driver as the headlights blinded her. Gwen questions who would do something like this and then just drive off, right outside of a police station. Jack flashes back to Jennifer saying she drove to the police station.

Shawn sits with Clyde and informs him that Chad told him that Abigail wasn’t Clyde’s intended victim and that he intended to kill his wife. Clyde responds that he has the right to remain silent. Shawn warns Clyde that he will never rest until Clyde is back in prison and this time, he’s never getting out.

Belle informs EJ and Chad that Melinda is gone for the day, but she will speak to her on their behalf tomorrow morning. Chad asks if she spoke to Shawn. Belle confirms that she has and that Clyde is going to live. EJ points out that Clyde will be shipped off to prison for the rest of his life. Belle hopes knowing the truth can give Chad some peace of mind. Chad responds that Abigail finally gets some justice which she would want, especially for her kids and all of them. EJ hugs Chad as he cries.

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Primetime TV Review: Celebrity Jeopardy

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“Celebrity Jeopardy” Review on by Eva 9/28/2022

I was interested in watching this, show because I wanted to see if celebrities are smart or if they, are good entertainers There are 27 celebrities in this tournament and the ultimate winner gets $ 1 million for their charity .

In my opinion the questions are a bit easier than the daytime Jeopardy game, but it is a tournament for charity, so I am not bothered by the easier questions. One interesting change for this version of jeopardy is that they have a triple jeopardy round since then show is an hour long rather than the thirty-minute version in the daytime show. The winner of the game goes on to the semifinal game while the non-winners get $30, 000 for their charity.

If you like Jeopardy, you will enjoy this show and if you aren’t a Jeopardy watcher you might like this tournament because it is a bit less serious than the daytime show. Mayim Bialik hosts the tournament that airs on ABC on Sunday nights and streams the next day on Hulu or the ABC app.

I give this show 5 out of 5stars because I like it better than the daytime show.

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GH Short Recap Wednesday, September 28, 2022

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Curtis asks Ava to fire Trina from her job at the art gallery because he is afraid that the hook attacker may go to the gallery to try and finish the job and attack Trina. Ava doesn’t want to fire Trina but agrees with Curtis that it will keep Trina safe.

Jordan asks Portia if Curtis is Tina’s father and Portia refuses to answer the question because it is none of Jordan’s business. Jordan tells Portia she can’t marry Curtis with this hanging over her head. Portia wonders if Jordan plans to tell Curtis her suspicions about Tina’s paternity.

Spinelli admits to Sam that he has feelings for Maxie, but he doesn’t intend to tell her about his feelings because she is happy with Austin. Spinelli also tells Sam he is the owner of Society Setups and he could go to jail for it.

Josslyn tells Dante she remembers hearing a jingling noise when she was leaving the alley at Charlie’s pub before Brando was attacked adding more credibility to Dante’s theory that Dex is the hook attacker.

Sam tells Michael that Dex was questioned by the police and later taken home by Sonny. Michael heads over to talk to Sonny and asks him if he is trying to get a confession out of Dex. Michael isn’t aware that Sonny has Dex with someone who is a specialist in getting confessions out of people.

Maxie tells Cody he should talk to Mac if he thinks Mac is his father.

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Y&R Short Recap Wednesday, September 28, 2022

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Sally and Nick have a dinner where they promise to only talk about business and they are a little distracted because they see Chelsea and Adam who are also having dinner. Adam later goes to Victoria’s office and asks him if he is sleeping with Sally.

Victoria and Billy are very upset that Johnny has locked himself in his room and doesn’t want to talk to them. Billy and Victoria also agree that Chelsea is pushing too hard to be a part of Johnny’s life, and they need to give Johnny some space and let him decide if he wants to have a relationship with Chelsea. Billy goes to tell Chelsea he and Victoria have decided to give Johnny some space for now.

Diane goes to Jack’s house to ask him if he believes she has changed and if he can forgive what she did in the past. Jack tells Diane he can’t forget what she did in the past, but he can give her a clean slate. Diane kisses Jack and he puts her in the friend zone and she apologizes to him for misreading his kindness.

Diane arrives at her hotel room and finds a man who tells her that he is very disappointed in her because he thought he could trust her.

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Days Short Recap Tuesday, September 27, 2022

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Jennifer looked at Abby’s picture and took a pill. She hid the bottle before Jack could see it. He told her that he saw Leo. He didn’t think Leo did it. She thought it was too much. Shawn called Jack and told him that Clyde killed Abby. He was for sure this time. Jack told her that they should go to the police station. She was overwhelmed and decided not to go. Jennifer started to cry and suddenly saw Abby appear. Jennifer reached out to her, but Abby backed away. She told her that she was taking pills again because she didn’t know how to go on without her. She wanted to know why Abby was there. Jennifer wanted to learn the truth badly. She looked at Abby’s dress and saw the blood on it. She reached out to her, but Abby disappeared. Jennifer wanted Abby to come back to her. Gwen went to see Leo at the station. She told him that Clyde set him up. He wanted to know why she showed up to tell him. She wanted to tell him since she was the reason why he was back in jail. She told him they were even. She told him about what’s going on with Jennifer. She thought Jack should know the truth. She didn’t want to make things worse with Jennifer. Later, Gwen ran into Jack at the station. He told her that Jennifer was at home alone. She thought he should have been concerned. Gwen told him about Jennifer taking pills. He didn’t want to believe it, but she said he should be worried about Jennifer.

Chad demanded that Clyde tell him what happened with Abby. He was going to give him seconds to live. Clyde told him what happened when he ran into Abby. He went to the DiMera mansion to strangle Belle so EJ could find her. He said he ran into Abby. They were talking and she noticed he was wearing black gloves. She knew he was lying about why he was there. He stopped her from getting away from him and he noticed the knife. Chad started to cry so Clyde wanted to stop talking. Chad wanted to hear more about what happened. He continued to tell Chad about the struggle he had with Abby until he stabbed her. Chad wanted to know if he enjoyed what he did to her. He told Chad that he saw Leo’s list of enemies and wanted to frame someone else for what he did. He followed Leo to Sonny’s office. Chad threatened him again. Clyde noticed that he didn’t pull the trigger. Jack went home and saw the empty pill bottle. Jennifer drove with Abby in the passenger seat. Jennifer threatened to go after everyone who tried to make Abby pay. Gwen was outside the station and panicked when she saw flashing headlights. Clyde fought Chad over the gun. They struggled and Clyde pinned Chad to the ground. He choked Chad and told him that he would be with Abby soon. EJ arrived in time and shot Clyde.

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Y&R Best Lines Monday, September 19, 2022

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Phyllis: Were your ears burning earlier? I was talking to Mariah, and she was saying you were doing a great job…

Diane: Oh, that’s nice to hear.

Phyllis: …Considering your lack of experience.

Diane: Well, you’ll get to see my work soon enough. I have been assigned to write the press release for the launch of Marchetti home.

Phyllis: Really? A novice?

Diane: You seem surprised.

Phyllis: No, I’M… well, yeah. I’m surprised that they’re giving it to someone with such a lack of experience.

Diane: Maybe it’s just not that important.

Phyllis: Oh, it’s very important, very important. You know what? It’s fine. It’s fine. It’ll be really good practice for you, yeah, you know, with the amount of revisions and rewrites that I’ll have.

Diane: Oh, I love a good rewrite. Yeah, that’s where the fun comes in, you know, perfecting and streamlining. It’s an important part of my job, especially when the people in charge don’t know what they want.

[ Clicks tongue ] You know, I — I would have *thought* you had learned by now, but maybe — maybe it’s true what they say about teaching an old dog new tricks.

Phyllis: Excuse me?

Diane: I would have thought your attacks against me would be more clever than, say — I don’t know — excessive rewrites or — oh! — Planting a false document on my computer. You know, maybe I gave you too much credit.

Phyllis: Oh, Diane. You haven’t given me enough credit.

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Summer: No. You’re being weird. You come over here.

Kyle: [Sighs]

[Chuckles] You know how much I love you. I would follow you anywhere in the world, even right across the room, because you are the center of my universe, you and Harrison. How long have I known you?

Summer: Mm, close to forever.

Kyle: And in all that time, you’ve been a million things to me. My rock. My advisor. My best friend. Partner.

Summer: Tormentor.

[Both laugh]

Kyle: My love. We’ve been through challenges together, and everyone keeps talking about how young we are, but all I can think about is, “Summer and I — we have lived a lifetime together.” And you’ve watched me go down paths that have led me away from you, only to find that I’ve always followed the path that brought me right back home.

Summer: It has been the wildest ride of my life, kyle.

Kyle: [Chuckles] But you didn’t sign up for this, raising a child that you didn’t give birth to.

Summer: Harrison is my son, biological or not.

Kyle: I know. And that’s what I love most about you, the way you open up your heart just to let people in. And I thank whatever higher power put me in your sights. I know we’ve had our obstacles.

Summer: You. It was definitely mostly you.

Kyle: But you never gave up.

Summer: Mnh-mnh.

Kyle: We’re the best part of each other’s stories, and every time I turn the page, you’re doing something else that blows my mind or makes me know we made the right choice when we chose each other. And I would choose you every day.

Summer: Even over ice cream?

Kyle: [Laughs] Yes, even over my beloved mocha fudge. Now, just please — just let me finish, okay?


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GH Short Recap Tuesday, September 27, 2022

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Cameron apologizes to Trina for not telling her about Spencer’s plan to clear her name but he was caught between two people that he loves very much. Trina tells Cameron that she doesn’t intend to hold a grudge it will just take her some time to get over it.

Jordan asks Rory to guard Diane’s room once she returns from surgery.

Drew arrives in Jacksonville and when Carly tells him she is trying to save the cemetery where her adoptive mother Virginia is buried, he decides to stay to help her save the cemetery.

Gladys and Sasha look at pictures of Brando and Sasha’s wedding and share memories of him. Sasha feels like she doesn’t have any family now that Brando is dead. Gladys, Nina, and Sonny all tell her that she is part of their family.

Dante questions Dex about the attacks because he was close by during all of the attacks. Dex tells Dante he is innocent and points out that he helped save Ava and Diane. Dante asks Sonny how well he knows Dex and Sonny begins to wonder about Dex himself. Sonny offers to drive Dex home but tells him they need to make a stop before he drives him home.

Portia wonders, why Jordan made Curtis think that she is keeping secrets from him. Portia goes to have a talk with Jordan about what she told Curtis.

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Interview with the cast of “La Brea” on NBC

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This was for a TV Critics Assocation panel. They have them twice a year, and they’re a lot of fun. We’re not allowed to use photos, videos or transcripts from them, though, so I’m having to quote and paraphrase what was said here. I hope you enjoy it! I love this show. It’s even more exciting this season.

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David Appelbaum, Showrunner/Executive Producer
Virtual via Zoom September 15, 2022

Those of us in the press saw the first episode of the show ahead of time. A lot happens in that first episode, and (MINOR SPOILER) Izzy’s artificial leg is damaged. I tried to ask Zyra Gorecki about that, without giving away too much. She admitted that, “both physically and emotionally, she’s having a very difficult time. So the goal is, obviously, they land in Seattle, they’re trying to make it back to L.A., right? That’s a very long walk. That’s a very long walk with two completely there legs, let alone, you know, one leg and a dad that’s got a lot of issues, you know?” I think she put it very well and without giving spoilers. Just know that all is not what it seems when the show starts! There are many surprises in the first episode, so you don’t want to miss it.

Another member of the press asked whether that idea about her leg was from the writers’ or from Gorecki herself. Showrunner David Appelbaum answered that the writers came up with the idea but consulted Gorecki. Gorecki said that it was “very weird” to imagine herself in 10,000 BC and having that happen.

Many journalists were at the panel and asked their questions. Appelbaum was asked whether this season has the same amount of both CGI and non-CGI special effects as last season. He confirmed that there were many special effects this season because the audience expects that, given the setting. He thinks the audience will enjoy it this season even more. He was also asked about physical things the cast interacts with when there is the CGI effect, such as a mastodon. Applebaum explained that sometimes they just use their imagination, while other times they have a proxy that they use. He praised the cast for their imagination and creativity.

Macken joked that their director, Adam Davidson, waves his hands and runs around, which works for him. Everyone laughed. Gonzalez agreed, saying that it can be hard to keep a straight face when Davidson is dressed up in a blue leotard and doing animal impressions. He and Macken joked a bit more about that.

The actors were then asked whether they had “unique acting challenges” this season. Martin spoke vaguely about some problems involved with being in a different time period and having to imagine his own family at that age. Macken added that he felt the scripts were very exciting. He praised Applebaum for giving the actors details about what’s going on in the story and with their characters, so that they can share in the journey and the action.

Gorecki was also asked about a scene where she pet a particular prehistoric baby animal. She replied that it was a foam head of a baby rhino, which Davidson held and wiggled at her.  She laughed that it was “super entertaining.” She was also asked about how different it is this season, now that she’s working more with CGI and doing more action. She related that it was very different and had to act like this fake animal was trying to hurt her. She told us that “being afraid of something that isn’t there is wild,” and then she laughed.

Next, Martin was asked about having to learn about a new time period in which his character, Josh, lands. He revealed that he was already obsessed with that decade, especially the music and movies that he loves. He consulted with his relatives and looked at old photos to get an idea about the costumes. He can’t wait for us to see it. Applebaum added that Riley is also a huge part of that story with Josh. St. Clair spoke about how great this new storyline is. She praised their new time period, especially the hair, the costumes and the music. She also loved that it was very different from last season when they had to work in the mud, rain and Australian winter. Zea, whose character stays in 10,000 BC, made a joke about how she shouldn’t rub it in, and everyone laughed.

Eve and Levi
LA BREA — “The Next Day” Episode 201 — Pictured: (l-r) Natalie Zea as Eve Harris, Nicholas Gonzalez as Levi Delgado — (Photo by: Sarah Enticknap/NBC)

Gonzalez was asked how his character has evolved since last season. He spoke about how his character is principled and upstanding, yet he had an affair with Eve. Things are different this season because he has to keep everyone safe but is faced with this woman that he loves. He shares that there will be a big test to find out whether friendship or love will win out.

He was also asked whether he still runs because (according to Wikipedia), “he was an accomplished cross-country and track runner, winning the Texas State Championship in the mile and two-mile.” The reporter saw him run when he was in college. Gonzalez answered that he just started running again, so he found it interesting that he was asked this now.

The actors were all asked what they liked most about their characters. Zea told us that she likes that Eve felt like she was just a regular person, but now that she’s faced with this “extraordinary situation,” she is struggling both externally and internally about herself. She also likes that she’s flawed.

Macken shared that he likes how his character is involved with his children and not just his ex-wife. He enjoyed this season’s father-daughter journey, and how Izzy can understand her father more. Gorecki agreed that it’s fun to see how different Izzy and Gavin interact this season, and how she takes more control and grows more.

Martin answered that he thinks his story “is about agency and self actualization.” He likes how Josh is forced to grow up and take on more responsibility than most 17-year-olds and to be heroic, even though “he’s definitely still a kid.”

Gonzalez likes how Levi has to navigate his relationships with Eve and her family, as well as the rest of the characters.

Sinclair likes how Riley is “resilient,” especially when dealing with her father and the other “temperamental men,” even though (as she noted), she’s usually wearing a skirt.

Another question was about what will happen when everyone gets back together – especially with the love triangle, and now that Eve knows that Gavin wasn’t crazy, like she thought.

Zea answered that there will be “Fireworks, baby,” which Applebaum agreed with. She went on to say that she believes they cooperate very well together because of the life or death circumstances. Macken agreed that they had to put their survival ahead of their “emotional complexities.” Gonzalez and Macken joked around a bit about it until Zea said, “All right, boys. You’re both pretty,” which made everyone laugh.

Appelbaum was asked about expanding the original world, which was set in 10,000 BC. He thinks the show has a lot of potential for more growth. He praised NBC, Universal, and all the people that he’s worked with, who have been so supportive, and the writers. He loves how they keep finding “these different layers and elements of what this world is and what the characters are and where the show can go.” He thinks it’s exciting to peel back all the layers. Gonzalez added that as actors, it’s fun to jump into the different time periods and how unpredictable the story is. Martin also chimed in to say how much he likes it when the characters go to different times and places where they’re forced to change.

Gorecki was asked about which city in Michigan she’s from, but she said that it’s a very small town, so she won’t say where because of stalkers. She was also asked how the story about her being an amputee came about. She passed the question to Appelbaum, who said that it was always part of this story, even before they found Gorecki. They did an exhaustive search to find the right actor, he said, and they were very lucky to find Gorecki because “she has this great charisma and this natural talent and just immediately inhabited the role.” He praised her growth in season two.

Appelbaum was asked where he was when he learned that they were being renewed for season two. He laughed and said that they just had a baby, so he was feeding the baby with a bottle when he heard. This was a very sweet way to end our panel!

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“La Brea” was a tremendous success in its first season and finished as the number one drama for a first year show. The highly anticipated second season begins Tuesday, September 27th at 9:00 p.m. on NBC and will stream the next day on Peacock.

In Season 2, the Harris family remains separated as Eve is reeling from her son, Josh, having mistakenly gone through a portal to 1988. What she doesn’t know yet is that her estranged husband, Gavin, and their daughter, Izzy, have landed in prehistoric Seattle and now must brave the elements and animals to make their way to L.A. Let’s take a look at a recap of Season 1.

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Tuesdays on NBC (9-10 p.m. ET); Season Premiere: Sept. 27

“La Brea” follows an epic family adventure after a massive sinkhole opens in Los Angeles pulling people and buildings into a mysterious and dangerous primeval land where they have no choice but to band together to survive. In season two, the Harris family remains separated as Eve is reeling from her son, Josh, having mistakenly gone through a portal to 1988. What she doesn’t know yet is that her estranged husband, Gavin, and their daughter, Izzy, have landed in prehistoric Seattle and now must brave the elements and animals to make their way to L.A.

The cast includes Natalie Zea, Eoin Macken, Jon Seda, Nicholas Gonzalez, Chiké Okonkwo, Zyra Gorecki, Jack Martin, Veronica St. Clair, Rohan Mirchandaney, Lily Santiago, Josh McKenzie, Tonantzin Carmelo and Michelle Vergara Moore.

Creator/Showrunner David Appelbaum executive produces with Avi Nir, Alon Shtruzman, Peter Traugott, Rachel Kaplan, Chris Hollier, Adam Davidson, Bryan Wynbrandt, Steven Lilien, Ken Woodruff, and Arika Lisanne Mittman.

LA BREA -- Season: 2 -- Pictured: Natalie Zea as Eve -- (Photo by: Ben King/NBC)

Natalie Zea

Eve Harris, “La Brea”

Natalie Zea stars as Eve Harris in the NBC drama “La Brea.”

Originally from Texas, Zea made her way to New York where she earned a scholarship to the prestigious American Music and Drama Academy. Shortly after graduation, Zea appeared in Off-Broadway productions of the “Three Sisters” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” until a few years later when she made her television debut in an episode of the short-lived WB drama series “D.C.”

Zea has had recurring roles in “9-1-1: Lone Star,” “The Unicorn” and “Members Only” opposite John Stamos. She was also a series regular during the first three seasons of the FX drama “Justified” and brought on as a recurring character for the fourth season. Oher TV projects include “The Following,” “White Famous,” “Californication,” “The Detour” and “Dirty Sexy Money.”

On the theatrical side, she co-starred in “Happily,” which screened at the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival.

Zea helped develop Los Angeles’ reputable Lone Star Ensemble, a theater company in which she serves on the board of directors. She has a 6-year-old daughter with her husband, actor Travis Schuldt, and lives in Los Angeles.

LA BREA -- Season: 1 -- Pictured: Eoin Macken as Gavin Harris -- (Photo by: Ben King/NBC)

Eoin Macken

Gavin Harris, “La Brea”

Eoin Macken plays Gavin Harris in the NBC drama “La Brea.”

Macken can also be seen as the male lead in the film “The Cellar,” co-starring Elisha Cuthbert, which premiered at SXSW 2022 and on Shudder. He also wrote, directed and produced “Here Are the Young Men,” adapted from a novel by Rob Doyle, as well as directing and producing the satirical comedy “Grey Elephant.”

Macken’s TV credits include “Stumptown,” “The Night Shift,” “Nightflyers,” “Killing Jesus,” “Merlin” and “The Tudors.” On the film side, Macken’s credits include “Close,” “The Hole in the Ground,” “Here Are the Young Men,” “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter,” “The Forest” and Netflix’s “Till Death,” alongside Megan Fox.

LA BREA -- Season: 1 -- Pictured: Zyra Gorecki as Izzy Harris -- (Photo by: Ben King/NBC)

Zyra Gorecki

Izzy Harris, “La Brea”

Zyra Gorecki plays Izzy Harris in the NBC drama series “La Brea.”

Gorecki is one of the first below-the-knee amputee actresses with a series regular role in a major broadcast television series. Gorecki is involved with the non-profit organization Amputee Blade Runners that helps provide free running prosthetics for amputees.

In addition to her acting career, which includes guest-starring on “Chicago Fire,” Gorecki is an avid runner and skilled athlete who is passionate about living and promoting a sustainable lifestyle.

LA BREA -- Season: 1 -- Pictured: Nicholas Gonzalez as Levi Delgado -- (Photo by: Ben King/NBC)

Nicholas Gonzalez

Levi Delgado, “La Brea”

Nicholas Gonzalez plays Levi Delgado in the NBC drama “La Brea.”

Gonzalez recently wrapped three seasons as a series regular on ABC’s “The Good Doctor.” He can also be seen recurring on ABC Family’s hit series “Pretty Little Liars, ABC’s “How to Get Away with Murder” and BET’s “Being Mary Jane.” His other notable TV credits include major recurring arcs on “Sleepy Hollow,” “The Flash” and “Frequency.”

On the feature side, Gonzalez recently co-starred in “Borrego” and “Evil Takes Root.” Other notable feature work includes “Praying for Rain, opposite Jane Seymour; James DeMonaco’s “The Purge: Anarchy,” opposite Frank Grillo; and Jonas Akerlund’s “Spun,” opposite Mickey Rourke.

LA BREA -- Season: 1 -- Pictured: Veroncia St. Clair as Riley Valez -- (Photo by: Ben King/NBC)Veronica St. Clair

Riley Velez, “La Brea”

Veronica St. Clair plays Riley Velez in the NBC drama “La Brea.”

St. Clair can be seen in the Netflix series “Unbelievable,” opposite Kaitlyn Dever, as well as the fourth season of “13 Reasons Why.”

She graduated with a degree in theater arts from the University of San Diego.

LA BREA -- Season: 1 -- Pictured: Jack Martin as Josh Harris -- (Photo by: Ben King/NBC)

Jack Martin

Josh Harris, “La Brea”

Jack Martin plays Josh Harris in the NBC drama “La Brea.”

A Los Angeles-based, actor, writer, and comedian, Martin was most recently seen on CBS’ “All Rise.”

After posting his sketch comedy online during quarantine when the industry was on hold, he exploded on the Internet with his self-produced videos, gaining hundreds of thousands of followers across multiple platforms.

Fresh out of Georgetown University, Martin also studied at New York University’s Tisch Stonestreet Studios Film & TV conservatory, an intensive program focused on screen acting. He had also studied acting and the business side of entertainment through various talent management internships before realizing he was better suited in front of the camera, than behind it.

Martin’s self-referential sense of humor brings something unique to every video he makes. He knows who he is and is not afraid to poke fun at himself.

David Appelbaum

Executive Producer, “La Brea”

David Appelbaum is the creator, showrunner and executive producer of the NBC drama “La Brea.”

Appelbaum was a co-executive producer on “The Enemy Within,” “Wisdom of the Crowd” and “NCIS: New Orleans.”

Appelbaum began his career with four seasons on “The Mentalist.”

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Days Update Tuesday, September 27, 2022

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Jennifer stands at home, looking at a photo of Abigail, as she takes more painkillers. Jack comes home, so she hides the pills in her pocket. Jennifer greets Jack and says she didn’t expect him back so soon. Jack informs her that he decided to go to the police station instead of the Spectator office because he had to see Leo Stark to hear his denial in person. Jack knows how much they wanted it to be Leo, so this nightmare would be over, but he thinks Gwen is right as he doesn’t think Leo did it.

Leo remains in his holding cell until Gwen comes to visit. Leo complains that she said she was going to help him. Gwen informs Leo that he was wrong about Craig setting him up as she reveals it was Clyde Weston.

Nancy returns to the Kiriakis Mansion and sits with Bonnie. Bonnie apologizes as she knows what Justin said upset her. Nancy responds that it’s ok because Justin was right as Clyde never showed up for the wedding, but the police did with a warrant for his arrest. Nancy cries that Clyde stabbed Sonny, and even worse, they said he killed Abigail. Bonnie tells her she’s so sorry. Nancy doesn’t want to believe it and kept arguing that the Clyde she knows would never do such horrible things but she couldn’t change their minds. Nancy breaks down crying as Bonnie hugs her.

Chad screams at Clyde to tell him what he did to Abigail or else he has two seconds to live. Clyde continues that he went there looking for Belle to send a message to EJ and admits he was going to fix it where EJ would find Belle strangled to death, but he couldn’t find her anywhere and it seemed like he broke in for nothing, but then he ran in to Abigail, who questioned what the hell he was doing there.

Leo questions Clyde being the one who framed him. Gwen confirms that’s what the cops are saying. Leo says it makes sense since he did get Leo in trouble for sticking him with the jewelry that he stole from Abigail’s room. Leo brings up Clyde having an alibi and wonders if he’s doing this for Nancy. Leo explains that he stole Nancy’s husband, so Clyde framed him for stabbing Sonny when it’s because of him that Nancy was back on the market. Gwen then reveals that Clyde didn’t just stab Sonny but he also killed Abigail. Leo realizes Clyde is a monster and questions it being Clyde from the beginning. Gwen tells him that the police finally found the right man.

Jennifer complains about how many times they’ve been told that the police have someone only for it to turn out to be the wrong person. Jack says he just had a gut feeling about Leo and explains that Leo told him things that he didn’t tell the police like how he used a steak knife to open Abigail’s jewelry box and then left it behind which is where the killer must have found it. Jennifer questions why Leo would hold that back from the police. Jack says it would’ve put Leo in Abigail’s bedroom with the knife. Jennifer calls it too much. Jack then gets a call from Shawn at the police station. Jack says he just came from seeing Leo Stark and he doesn’t it’s him. Shawn reveals that they are way ahead of him and just put an APB out on Clyde Weston. Jack questions it not being Craig Wesley. Shawn informs Jack that Clyde’s alibi fell apart as the footage was faked. Shawn just wanted Jack and Jennifer to be the first to know that it’s Clyde, so now they just have to find him.

Chad questions what Clyde did after running in to Abigail. Clyde admits that he lied and claimed that he was there to discuss a business proposal with Chad after EJ turned him down but Abigail pointed out Clyde wearing gloves in the middle of June. Clyde complains that if only Abigail hadn’t started asking questions.

Jack informs Jennifer that Shawn said they are completely certain that it’s Clyde Weston. Jennifer argues that Clyde was cleared months ago. Jennifer cries that nobody is safe as long as Abigail’s killer is out there. Jack suggests they go to the police station together to make them tell them everything they can instead of waiting for the phone ring. Jennifer decides it’s okay and tells Jack to go ahead, claiming she’s not feeling well. Jack decides he’s not going anywhere then. Jennifer urges him to go ahead and do what he thinks is right. Jack refuses to go anywhere if she’s not feeling well. Jennifer points out that she won’t be alone since Doug and Julie are upstairs. Jennifer says she doesn’t exactly feel sick but this is just a lot to take in and she thinks it would make things worse to sit around the police station.

Leo goes over how Clyde must have showed up after he took the jewelry and then took off. Leo questions why and what Clyde had against Abigail anyway. Gwen asks why he cares when he’s going to be let out in a few hours. Leo questions why Gwen made a special trip to tell him all this information when he wouldn’t be in here if it wasn’t for her. Gwen responds that they are now even because not too long ago, she was behind the bars because he couldn’t shut his mouth. Leo questions if she’s still playing him and why he’s still in the cell if they are so sure it’s Clyde. Leo then imagines Clyde being on the run with Nancy.

Nancy tells Bonnie that Clyde didn’t even show up at City Hall. Bonnie guesses he knew the cops were after him. Nancy gets a call from Chloe but says she can’t answer right now so Bonnie answers. Bonnie assures Chloe that Nancy is with her and she will stay with her awhile, then Nancy will call when she’s feeling better. Chloe thanks her as Bonnie assures that Nancy is her friend and hangs up. Bonnie tells Nancy that Chloe is worried about her. Nancy complains that she’s a combination of desperate and stupid when all she wanted was someone to love her while all Clyde wanted was a warm bed and someone to vouch for him after being in prison.

Chad questions Clyde not wanting to be questioned after breaking in to a woman’s house. Chad complains that Clyde just didn’t like that Abigail was on to him. Clyde asks if he’s sure he wants to hear this. Chad asks if he wants to keep living and demands that he talk. Clyde continues his story and notes that Abigail went to call the police when he saw the knife on the table. Clyde says they could just stop here since the rest will be hard on Chad. Chad screams at him not to move and repeats that he wants to hear it all, so he screams for Clyde to talk.

EJ, Belle, and Shawn go to City Hall but find it empty. EJ wonders if the wedding was called off or even there. Belle sees the flowers and says Nancy was. Shawn states that Clyde was a no show. EJ guesses he must have figured the police were after him. Shawn suggests he could’ve dumped Nancy at the altar. Belle recalls Clyde being all dressed up like nothing was wrong. EJ asks if he’s been in touch with Ben. Shawn says he couldn’t reach him. Shawn says there’s no way Clyde could have seen this coming and it doesn’t make any sense. Belle tells EJ that they have to tell Shawn everything, the whole story. EJ claims not to know what she means but Shawn questions what whole story.

Leo tells Gwen that even if Clyde is on the run, the police should have caught him by now. Gwen points out that even Leo was able to evade the police until now. Gwen says she just came to tell him what she knows and now she’ll go worry about other things. Leo stops her and says he does believe her. Leo apologizes for telling the police that she did it. Gwen apologizes for telling them where to find him. Leo admits that he deserved it and asks if there’s anything he can do to make it up to her. Gwen suggest Leo can help her figure out what to do about her pill popping stepmother.

Jennifer talks to her picture of Abigail and cries about not having anyone to talk to now about how much she misses her. Jennifer then imagines Abigail appearing before her.

Clyde feels he’s just adding to Chad’s problems but says he’s the boss, so he continues telling his story. Clyde recalls seeing the knife on the table as a way out of the mess he was in. Clyde threatened Abigail that he wouldn’t let her ruin his life and argued with her about her past relationship with Ben. Clyde complained about EJ telling Belle that he had him shot, so he came to shut her up for good. Clyde brought up that he warned EJ that if he talked, he would come after his family.

Shawn questions Belle and EJ not telling him on the phone that Chad has a gun and went after Clyde. EJ argues that they don’t know for sure but Belle says that’s not what he said before. EJ claims he was mistaken. Shawn complains that he’s wasting his time. Belle knows EJ thinks he’s protecting Chad. Shawn decides he’s going to make a call and put an APB out on Chad. Shawn orders Belle to keep EJ there and out of his way as he exits the room. Belle apologizes to EJ but says Shawn needed to know.

Chad tells Clyde to tell him what he did to Abigail and after that, he’s done with him.

Jennifer asks if her vision of Abigail is an angel from Heaven or a ghost. Jennifer calls her the answer to her prayers as she will listen and understand the Hell she’s been living in since losing her.

Gwen tells Leo about how Jennifer threatened to unleash on her if she told Jack about her painkillers and that she’d ruin what’s left of her relationship with Jack. Gwen feels she’s really progressed in her relationship with Jack, so she doesn’t want to ruin that but feels he deserves to know what Jennifer is doing to herself. Leo argues that Gwen has lost her edge and reminds her to always look out for herself. Leo says Gwen telling Jack won’t do anything for her. Leo adds that Jennifer’s problem might work out for her since Chad would need someone to lean on. Leo tells Gwen that Jennifer’s pill problem is not her problem and they can drink to that.

Bonnie advises Nancy not to blame herself for being conned by an expert, pointing out that he fooled the cops too. Bonnie talks about spending her life not thinking she deserved what she has now. Bonnie assures Nancy that it does get better. Bonnie acknowledges learning a hard lesson and encourages Nancy to now believe in herself and not let Clyde or Craig take that away from her when they’ve already taken so much. Bonnie hugs Nancy as she cries.

Jack goes to the police station and finds Gwen. Jack says he came for an update but everyone is out on the search. Gwen confirms that she already knows about Clyde and she came to tell Leo. Jack guesses it’s just a waiting game now. Jack decides he should get back to Jennifer. Gwen questions him leaving her home alone. Jack points out that Doug and Julie are there and asks why. Gwen claims she’s just a bit jumpy with Clyde on the loose. Jack says he’s gotten to know when she’s not telling him the whole truth. Gwen admits that she’s not and there’s something he needs to know about Jennifer.

Jennifer tells her vision of Abigail how much she misses her every day and questions how to find closure. Jennifer talks about how she started taking painkillers again just to get through the day even though she doesn’t want to and promised that she would never touch them again, but she doesn’t know how else to go on living without Abigail. Jennifer cries that she just needs to understand why and asks if that’s why Abigail is here. It looks like the Abigail vision is about to talk but then she sees the bloody wound on her stomach.

Clyde asks if Chad can’t guess what happened next and if he really wants him to spell it out for him. Chad responds that he wants Clyde to spend the last few minutes of his rotten life, telling him what he did to his wife. Clyde tells Chad that he asked for it. Clyde then continues his story of how he fought with Abigail and stabbed her.

Shawn returns to EJ and Belle with the security camera footage from the City Hall. Shawn finds the footage of Chad grabbing Clyde outside and taking off with him. Belle tries to ask EJ if he has any idea where Chad would have taken Clyde, but EJ had already taken off. Shawn tells Belle to stay there as he goes after EJ.

Clyde finishes telling Chad about stabbing Abigail. Chad cries that he took their kids to a movie while Clyde was doing that to Abigail. Chad screams at Clyde, asking if he enjoyed it.

Jack questions how Gwen knows that Jennifer is taking prescription drugs. Gwen explains that she went back to the house because she forgot her purse and Jennifer had the bottle. Gwen says when she saw the first three letters of the generic label, she knew instantly what they were. Jack questions if she’s sure of what she saw. Gwen reminds Jack that she was blackmailed in to delivering the same things last summer so she’s sure. Jack argues that Gwen can’t be right. Jack acknowledges that Jennifer had a problem before but she’s stronger now. Gwen asks if she’s strong enough to deal with the brutal murder of her own daughter. Jack repeats that Gwen can’t be right. Gwen reveals that she told Jennifer that she knew and then she threatened to turn Jack against her if she said anything. Gwen tells Jack that he has to help Jennifer. Jack then rushes out of the police station.

Jennifer tries to hug her vision of Abigail but she disappears. Jennifer cries for Abigail to come back.

Chad goes over that Clyde stabbed his wife, left her for dead, and sent a message to EJ. Chad then questions what Sonny ever did to him and why Clyde went after his best friend too. Clyde explains that it had nothing to do with Chad and he wasn’t planning on it, but he read in the paper that Leo said Gwen killed Abigail but he knew that wouldn’t hold up and somebody had to pay for the crime, so he figured who better than Leo. Clyde adds that Nancy told him about Leo’s hit list so he knew he just had to get a hold of that list. Clyde reveals he took it right out of Leo’s bag when he wasn’t looking and Abigail was on it, so he knew he just had to take out someone else on the list and it would look like Leo was taking them out one by one. Clyde points out that it couldn’t have been Chloe or Brady because of Nancy which left Chad and Sonny, so he guesses Chad lucked out. Clyde explains that he started to trail Leo, who led him right to Sonny’s office. Clyde says he used the same knife he used on Abigail and then all he had to do was set the scene. Clyde asks if that’s enough detail for Chad. Chad declares that he’ll be satisfied when Clyde is dead. Clyde notes that Chad keeps saying that, but he hasn’t pulled the trigger yet.

Nancy thanks Bonnie for trying to make her feel better, but she doesn’t know how she will ever come back from this 1-2 punch as she won’t be able to walk in a room without people pointing or whispering about her. Bonnie jokes that if she lived like that, she’d have to live where no one knows her name. Bonnie adds that she gets judged in this house but not by Justin which makes it all worth it. Bonnie encourages that Nancy will have that too. Bonnie asks Nancy to promise not to stop trying to be happy and believing in love.

Jack goes home looking for Jennifer but just finds the empty pill bottle on the living room floor.

Jennifer goes driving while crying. Jennifer imagines Abigail in the seat next to her and declares she’s going to make Clyde pay. Jennifer swears that anyone who ever hurt Abigail will pay as she promises her justice.

Gwen exits the police station and sees an oncoming car coming towards her.

Shawn returns to Belle and complains that there’s no sign of EJ as if he disappeared. Belle guesses EJ thinks he knows where Chad is. Shawn remarks that he’s got a murderer on the loose and two DiMera brothers with revenge on their brains.

Clyde laughs that Chad doesn’t have the guts. Chad yells at him to shut up. Clyde dares him to shoot an unarmed man in cold blood. Clyde then grabs Chad and they fight, losing the gun in the process. Clyde ends up pinning Chad down on the ground, saying he’ll be with Abigail now soon. Clyde chokes Chad until EJ arrives and shoots Clyde in the back.

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Days Short Recap Friday, September 23, 2022

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Jada went to Basic Black because it was Eric’s first day. She told Nicole that she accidentally grabbed him phone. Nicole asked if she did that while they were in bed. Jada told her about being upset about their relationship. Nicole said she wasn’t upset. Jada thought Nicole wanted their relationship to fail. Jada wondered why Nicole suddenly had to offer Eric the job, She told Nicole it felt like she was in a competition with her for Eric’s heart. Nicole said she was protective of him. Jada thought she was trying to say she wasn’t good for him. She asked if Nicole knew how that made her feel? Eric showed up while they were arguing. He wanted to know what was going on between them. Jada told him about the phone issue. They exchanged phones. Jada kissed him and left. He asked Nicole about the tension between her and Jada. Nicole admitted that she lied to Rafe about offering him a job as a way to explain why she was in Eric’s room, She said she offered him the job to cover up. He ended up quitting. She asked him not to quit. She said the circumstances of the offer weren’t ideal, they needed a photographer. He said he would stay if she was honest with Rafe about why she lied. She admitted to him that the dream she had about him was a sex dream. He told her he had a sex dream about her. Nancy told Chad that Clyde wore vanilla cologne. Chad asked if he knew where Clyde was. She said he was at the hospital. Chad left. Rafe asked Craig about where he was the night Sonny was stabbed. Craig said he couldn’t believe he was being accused of stabbing Sonny as well as killing Abby. Craig said he wasn’t in town. He said it was an insult that Rafe was listening to Leo. Rafe wanted to know if he had an alibi for both attacks.

Nancy went to see Chloe and Brady. Nancy told them she and Clyde were getting married. Chloe wanted to know why they were rushing to get married. Nancy asked her why should she wait. Nancy said she wanted them to be witnesses. Craig showed up and told her he might not be able to be at her wedding because he was accused of murder. Nancy said she knew he would be able to give an alibi. She wanted the day to be about her. When Nancy left to get dressed, Chloe asked Craig to help her stop the wedding. Clyde had a flashback of stabbing Sonny. Will showed up and wondered why Clyde was at the hospital. Clyde said he was there for a drug test. They talked about their time in prison. Clyde said he was glad they caught the guy who attacked Sonny. Clyde left to go to his wedding. Chad showed up at the hospital. Chad asked if he saw Clyde. Will said he was just there. Chad said he thought Clyde was the killer. They went to Sonny’s room. Chad asked Sonny to remember if he saw Clyde when he was attacked. Sonny closed his eyes and remembered seeing Clyde. Sonny wondered why Clyde would do that to him. Chad said the knife Clyde used was the same knife that killed Abby. He said Clyde’s alibi checked out. Sonny said he knew he saw Clyde’s reflection. Chad wondered where Clyde was. Will said he was going to city hall to get married. Chad said he would tell the police and left. Sonny told Will that he was afraid that Clyde would come back to finish the job. Will said he was safe as long as Leo was locked up. Sonny said he knew it wasn’t Leo. Jada went to the police station. She asked if there was any news on the case. He said Leo might be innocent. Rafe asked her to look over the evidence for anything they might have missed. She looked at the surveillance and told him there was a problem with Clyde’s alibi. Rafe said Clyde didn’t have an alibi for Abby’s murder. Chad went to the DiMera mansion and took a gun out of the safe.

 

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Alex told Justin about Sonny’s theory about his stabbing. Justin left the room to confirm what Sonny said. Nancy arrived at the Kiriakis mansion to see Bonnie. Bonnie helped Nancy get ready for the wedding. Justin walked in the room with a somber look on his face. Justin told them that Clyde was the one who stabbed Sonny and killed Abby. Nancy didn’t want to believe it. Justin wanted her to rethink the wedding. Nancy started crying and said that Clyde loves her. She insisted that he was innocent. She said she was getting married and there was nothing Justin could do to stop her. She thanked Bonnie for her help, but she uninvited her to the wedding. Bonnie reminded Justin that she was a bad person once, but she changed. She thought Clyde might have changed too, Justin loved her forgiving her, but he didn’t think Clyde changed. Justin was willing to talk to Sonny again. Craig told Chloe that he couldn’t stop Nancy from getting married. Chloe begged him to do it. Brady wanted them to take a minute. Chloe said they had to stop it now. She reminded him that if they didn’t stop him, he would have married a con artist. Craig told her that Nancy made her choice and Clyde paid his debt to society. He thought he stayed on the right side of the law. She told him that Clyde abused his kids, but Craig didn’t want to hear about it. Chloe wanted him to back her up, but he thought they should stay out of it.

Jada wanted a warrant for Clyde’s arrest. Rafe left a message for Chad about what happened. They rushed to find Clyde. Chad found a gun in the safe and was about to leave when EJ spotted him. He wanted to know what Chad was doing. He said he had to pick up something. EJ asked him about Abby’s murder case. Chad let him know that Leo was innocent. He said Clyde killed her. He said he was going to make Clyde pay. EJ felt guilty because he should have told him that Clyde threatened his family. EJ wanted to help Chad, but he told him to go to Hell. Clyde was ready to go into City Hall when Chad stopped him with his gun. Belle went to the DiMera mansion to tell him about her encounter with Clyde. He told her that Clyde killed Abby. He said he was worried about Chad. He realized that Chad planned to kill Clyde. Belle wanted to call the police, but EJ didn’t want her to do it at first. He ended up agreeing to let her call Shawn. Craig, Chloe and Brady were at City Hall and wondered what happened to Nancy and Clyde. Chloe wanted to leave, but Craig didn’t want to do that to Nancy. Rafe and Jada showed up to arrest Clyde for Abby’s murder. Nancy arrived after they told them about Clyde. Nancy realized they were there because of Sonny’s accusations. Chloe told her about the altered footage of Clyde’s alibi. Nancy stormed out of the room. Chad took Clyde to Abby’s headstone. He forced him to get on the ground. He wanted to know why he killed her. Clyde said he didn’t do it because he had an alibi. Chad told him that his alibi wasn’t legit. He wanted to know why he killed Abby. Clyde told him that he thought she was Belle. Clyde explained everything that happened leading up to the murder.

 

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Justin joins Bonnie in the living room of the Kiriakis Mansion, where Bonnie informs him that she has the most wonderful news. Bonnie announces that Nancy and Clyde are getting married today. Bonnie adds that it’s all because of her, revealing to Justin that when Nancy’s marriage crashed and burned, she set her up on a dating app which is where she met Clyde. Bonnie says she’s so thrilled for Nancy since she was so crushed by Craig cheating on her with a man while now she has found someone to make her happy for the rest of her life.

Chloe begs Craig to talk Nancy out of this wedding. Craig argues that she won’t listen to him after he broke her heart. Chloe asks what he thinks is going to happen when Nancy becomes Mrs. Clyde Weston and calls it the biggest mistake of her life. Craig understands her concerns but says she can’t put him in the middle because it’s not his place to tell Nancy who she should or shouldn’t marry. Craig declares that he’s sorry but he just won’t do it.

Nancy and Clyde talk in the town square. Nancy informs him that Brady, Chloe, and Craig are going to meet them at City Hall. Clyde decides they are all set then. Nancy thought her life was over until Clyde came along and gave her hope. Nancy tells Clyde that she loves him and can’t wait to be his wife as they kiss.

Rafe can’t believe Clyde’s alibi was bogus. Jada confirms there’s no doubt that he doctored the footage. Rafe credits Jada as they would’ve never known without her. Jada thanks him but points out that Rafe is the one who told her to go over everything again. Rafe declares that it looks like Chad was right about Leo being framed for Abigail’s murder, he was just wrong about who was doing it. Rafe decides they need to issue an arrest warrant for Clyde fast but by the book. Rafe wants to assure Chad that his wife’s killer is not going to slip through their hands again. Rafe then makes a call.

Chad goes to the DiMera Mansion and removes a gun from the safe. Chad loads the gun and puts it in his pocket but EJ arrives and asks what he’s doing there.

Chloe pleads with Craig to go talk to Nancy and tell her she can’t go through with this wedding. Brady suggests Chloe take a minute but Chloe points out that they don’t have a minute as they are due at City Hal. Craig argues that Chloe isn’t hearing him while Chloe complains that Craig wasn’t hearing them when they warned him about Leo. Chloe asks what if they stopped trying and then Craig would be broke and married to Leo. Craig is grateful for them caring enough to tell him the truth even though he didn’t want to listen. Chloe says they did it because they love him and she knows he loves Nancy, so he needs to go talk sense in to her. Craig declares that Nancy has made her choice, adding that Clyde has paid his debt to society and is staying on that side of the law.

Justin tells Bonnie that this marriage is a bit sudden. Bonnie asks why wait when you find the one. Bonnie questions if he doesn’t agree. Justin responds that in this case, he definitely does not agree. Justin questions how Bonnie could be excited about Nancy marrying a criminal like Clyde Weston. Justin adds that he believes Clyde had Sonny stabbed several years ago as a way to send Victor a message during a business deal, but no one could ever prove Clyde was involved. Justin says he’s sorry to rain on Bonnie’s parade but declares that this wedding is nothing to celebrate.

Clyde tells Nancy that he can’t wait to be her husband. Clyde says he’s one lucky man to have her in his life and calls her his miracle. Clyde talks about not thinking he had a chance of meeting anyone on the dating app, but she took a chance on him and he’s forever grateful. Nancy is so glad she did because every day keeps getting better. Clyde calls this the best one yet. Nancy says she has to go make herself beautiful and she will see him soon. Nancy walks away. Clyde then turns around to see Belle in the town square.

Chad tells EJ that he just came to pick something up and now he has it, so he’s going. EJ stops him and asks if he’s alright. Chad tells EJ to get out of his way. EJ asks if there’s any news on Leo. Chad responds that Leo is innocent. EJ questions what he means. Chad then reveals that Leo wasn’t the one who killed his wife, it was Clyde Weston, and now he’s going to make damn sure he pays.

Clyde greets Belle and asks where she’s off to in such a hurry. Belle says it’s none of his business. Clyde asks her how EJ is doing. Belle responds that as far as she knows, he’s fine. Clyde sends his best and says he’s in a hurry himself as he’s going to the City Hall to get married. Clyde informs Belle that he and Nancy are getting married. Belle is surprised and questions it happening now. Clyde declares that his second chance comes tonight.

Chloe argues that Clyde is a career criminal and questions if he didn’t just get out of prison and pick up where he left off. Craig points out that Clyde is making an honest living at the Brady Pub. Chloe argues that he’s probably dealing drugs out of the Pub. Craig laughs that off, reminding her that Roman runs the place. Chloe questions why Craig is being so easy on Clyde. Chloe complains that Clyde is a psycho, who abused his own children and their mother. Chloe asks what if he does the same thing to Nancy. Chloe talks about Clyde beating Ben so badly that it turned him into a serial killer. Craig says that was a long time ago. Craig admits that he doesn’t think Clyde is good for Nancy, but Nancy has made her choice and Clyde has shown no sign of going back to the other side so they can’t judge and have to be fair. Chloe argues that Nancy barely knows Clyde and thinks it’s too soon for her to be marrying anyone. Craig points out that Nancy is very happy right now so he doesn’t want to deprive her by being negative. Craig declares that all they have to do is be positive and show her their support.

Justin calls Alex and promises to talk to Sonny and try to smooth things over. Bonnie asks what that was about. Justin informs her that Alex and Sonny got in a big fight over Titan, so now he has to go call Sonny. After Justin exits, Nancy rushes in to ask Bonnie for help getting ready for her wedding. Bonnie agrees to work her magic and transform her to the most beautiful bride.

Rafe calls Chad and leaves a message, giving him a heads up that Clyde Weston’s alibi for Abigail’s murder fell apart so they just got the arrest warrant and are going to pick him up. Rafe says he’ll be in touch and hangs up. Rafe tells Jada that now all they have to do is find Clyde as they hurry out of the station.

Chad reminds EJ that he should’ve told him that Clyde threatened their family. EJ responds that he’ll never stop being sorry for that. EJ asks about Clyde’s alibi. Chad says he doesn’t have time to answer his questions. EJ stops him and says he wants to help but Chad tells him to go to Hell and storms out.

Craig tells Chloe that if Nancy’s marriage falls apart, he will be there for her, but right now they owe her all the support and have to be positive. Chloe complains that she can’t do that while Nancy is marrying a thug. Chloe asks Brady to help her convince Craig that they have to get Nancy to reconsider. Brady apologizes but thinks Craig is right. Brady hears what Chloe is saying and wishes Nancy wasn’t marrying Clyde but it is her decision. Brady tells Chloe that unless she plans on no showing, they should get ready for a wedding.

Bonnie gets Nancy dressed and tells her that she’s never seen her look more beautiful. Bonnie gives Nancy a bouquet of flowers wrapped in blue while her outfit is new and borrowed from her while the jewelry is old, so she has all the bridal bases covered. Nancy thanks Bonnie and says their wedding is going to be very small with just family, but she would love it if Bonnie and Justin would come. Justin comes back in to the room with a serious look. Bonnie asks about the call with Sonny and if things between he and Alex are that bad. Justin responds that he doesn’t know how to say this, but Clyde was the one who stabbed Sonny. Bonnie questions why he would lay that old news on Nancy on her wedding day when that happened so long ago. Bonnie starts explaining but Justin cuts her off and reveals he’s talking about the stabbing that just happened that landed Sonny in the hospital. Nancy tries to argue it was Leo but Justin reveals that Sonny just told him that it was Clyde who attacked him.

EJ calls Chad, asking him to call him back because he really does want to help. Belle arrives and informs EJ that she just had a run in with Clyde and he asked about EJ in a way that was very unsettling. Belle adds that Clyde is marrying Nancy tonight. Belle calls that horrifying and says they can’t let Nancy marry a guy who put a hit on EJ and left him to die. EJ says that’s not all Clyde did and reveals that according to Chad, Clyde is also the one who murdered Abigail.

Clyde goes to City Hall and prepares to head inside when Chad grabs him from behind with his gun to his back.

Nancy questions what Justin is talking about, arguing that Clyde did not stab anyone. Bonnie points out that Sonny was stabbed behind and didn’t see who did it. Justin reveals that Sonny only identified the smell of vanilla. Nancy argues that doesn’t prove anything. Justin then adds that Sonny almost remembered seeing Clyde’s reflection in a picture frame. Nancy complains that Sonny is in the hospital being pumped full of drugs so they can’t trust anything he says and asks why Clyde would go after Sonny. Justin explains that Sonny is convinced that Clyde was trying to frame Leo. Nancy calls that even more ridiculous since Leo is out for revenge and has his hit list. Justin brings up Leo being cleared after Abigail’s murder, so Clyde had to find a way to implicate him again. Justin declares that Clyde did not just stab Sonny, he also murdered Abigail.

Belle thought Clyde had an alibi. EJ says he did too and asked Chad what had changed, but he just stormed off. EJ worries about Chad being in a bad way. Belle suggests they should call the police but EJ decides he’s going to handle Clyde himself.

Rafe and Jada search the Brady Pub but find out that Clyde is not there and that he’s getting married at City Hall, so they rush back out.

Clyde questions what Chad is doing. Chad warns him not to make a scene, pretend everything is normal, and come with him or he will kill him right here, right now.

Nancy insists to Justin that Clyde is innocent and has an alibi for the night that Abigail was killed as there is video of him fishing. Justin suggests Nancy speak to Sonny. Nancy argues that Sonny must be confused and she’s sorry for what he’s been through, but she has to get to her wedding. Nancy thanks Bonnie for everything. Justin advises Nancy to rethink her wedding but she refuses. Nancy yells at Justin to stop trying to ruin this for her. Nancy cries that Clyde is innocent and he loves her, so she is getting married today. Justin warns that this is a big step and asks her to talk to Sonny before she takes it. Nancy refuses to listen to anything else and declares that she’s getting married today, so nothing can stop her. Nancy thanks Bonnie again but decides it’s not a good idea for them to come to her wedding after all because of how Justin is acting. Nancy then exits the mansion. Bonnie says that Nancy must be right that Clyde wouldn’t stab anyone. Justin questions her believing that. Bonnie talks about believing in innocent until proven guilty while Justin sticks by what Sonny said. Bonnie believes Sonny could be mistaken. Justin doesn’t think so. Bonnie suggests Sonny could be thinking about his past stabbing. Justin talks about Clyde doing terrible things. Bonnie relates to being unfairly judged by your past, noting that she was a rotten person but she changed, so maybe Clyde has too. Justin hopes that she’s right for Nancy’s sake.

Brady, Chloe, and Craig arrive at City Hall and wonder where everyone is. Brady jokes that he thought they were running late. Chloe hopes it’s a good sign that maybe Nancy changed her mind and cancelled the wedding. Craig suggests she’s probably just taking extra time getting ready. Craig reminds Chloe to be supportive. Brady points out that Clyde isn’t even there, so he wonders what’s keeping him. Chloe feels it’s the perfect excuse to leave since they came but the bride and groom weren’t there. Craig says they can’t do that. Chloe points out that no one is there. Craig assures they are on their way. Chloe wants to wait two more minutes. Craig insists that they are not bailing on Nancy on her big day when she asked them to come. Craig tells her to think of how hurt Nancy would be. Rafe and Jada arrive. Craig gets upset, thinking that they tracked him there and repeats that he had nothing to do with Abigail or Sonny. Rafe responds that they know he didn’t stab anyone. Brady asks if they know who did. Rafe reveals they have reason to believe it was Clyde Weston. Chloe thought he had an alibi. Rafe and Jada explain that it fell apart as the footage was doctored. Chloe complains that she knew Clyde was a bad guy but questions if he’s that bad that he stabbed Sonny and killed Abigail. Rafe confirms it looks that way. Chloe worries about Nancy marrying him. Rafe says that’s why they are here, to get to Clyde before he walks down the aisle.

Chad brings Clyde to Abigail’s grave and orders him to look at her headstone. Chad wants to know why Clyde put her in the ground. Clyde claims he has the wrong guy and that he had nothing to do with it as he has an alibi. Chad screams that is the wrong answer as Rafe told him that the footage was tampered with. Chad warns that everyone knows he’s trying to cover his tracks and asks why he would do that if he wasn’t guilty. Chad wants to know why he slaughtered his wife. Chad screams at Clyde to start talking. Chad asks if Clyde did it to send a message to EJ. Clyde says it wasn’t like that at all. Chad asks for the truth. Clyde responds that Abigail wasn’t the one he meant to kill. Chad asks who was then and demands he start talking. Clyde then reveals that Belle was the one he was after.

Belle questions what EJ plans to do by handling Clyde. EJ says he should’ve put Clyde down the minute he remembered that Clyde had him shot. EJ complains that he lost everything because of him. EJ declares that this ends now. EJ goes to the safe. Belle worries that if EJ kills Clyde, he’ll lose everything again and will be behind bars for the rest of his life. EJ blames himself for Abigail’s death and says now he intends to make things right. EJ then opens the safe, only to find the gun is gone.

Justin loves that Bonnie has such a forgiving heart but not everyone is able to turn their life around like she did. Bonnie says she was able to because she had the love of a good man and now Clyde has the love of a good woman. Bonnie asks Justin to try to give Clyde the benefit of the doubt. Justin notes that Sonny was pretty sure about what happened but agrees to talk to him again. Bonnie worries about Nancy and asks how she can handle getting her heart broken all over again. Justin says she’ll just have to lean on her friends like her. Justin kisses Bonnie and then exits.

Chloe argues that they were supposed to be here by now and worries that Clyde found out the cops were after him and kidnapped Nancy. Nancy then arrives. Chloe asks if she’s okay. Nancy says she’s fine and asks what’s going on and where Clyde is. Rafe says they are actually trying to find him and questions if Nancy doesn’t know where he is. Nancy responds that she doesn’t, but she knows why they are hunting him down because of what Sonny said. Nancy says that Justin told her all about it. Rafe says they just need to find him. Nancy mocks this being about vanilla cologne and Clyde’s reflection. Nancy insists that Clyde didn’t stab Sonny. Rafe and Jada question what Sonny said. Nancy explains that Sonny said he saw Clyde’s reflection in a picture frame in his office but argues that he must have been hallucinating from the drugs they are giving him in the hospital. Craig tries to calm her down but Nancy shouts that she is getting married. Chloe brings up Abigail’s murder as well. Nancy brings up Clyde’s alibi but Chloe informs her that it’s fake and was altered. Nancy starts to cry. Jada confirms they have a warrant out for Clyde’s arrest.

Chad questions why Clyde would go after Belle. Clyde states that EJ blabbed to her after he told him to keep his mouth shut about their history. Chad questions what that has to do with Abigail. Clyde explains that he went to the DiMera Mansion one night with the excuse that he was there to talk business with EJ, but he didn’t trust him, so he planted a bug in the house to keep tabs on him. Clyde reveals that’s how he found out that EJ betrayed him and heard him talking to Belle. Clyde complains that EJ lied after assuring him that what happened in the park would be their secret. Clyde recalls hearing EJ talking about his plan to make sure Clyde would never be able to hurt anyone again but Belle talked him out of it. Clyde knew Belle still had every intention of making him pay, so he knew they were coming after him one way or another, so he decided to send EJ a message since he knew Belle was living at the mansion and wanted to teach her a lesson…

EJ remembers Chad saying he came to pick something up and realizes it was the gun. EJ tells Belle that Chad just found out who really murdered his wife and is going to handle Clyde himself, by killing him.

Rafe calls to put an APB out on Clyde Weston, wanted for murder and attempted murder so he’s considered extremely dangerous. Nancy cries that this can’t be true. Craig tries to comfort her but Nancy tells him not to touch her. Nancy runs out of the room, so Chloe and Craig go after her. Rafe decides they need to find Clyde and exits with Jada.

Belle says she’s really calling the police now as they have to do something. EJ feels they need to find Chad themselves before it’s too late.

Chad still wants to know how Clyde went from taking Belle out to murdering his wife. Clyde explains that when he got to the mansion that night, there was no sign of Belle or EJ. Chad asks if he just decided to kill his wife then. Clyde says that’s not how it went down. Chad screams at him to tell him what happened because he wants to know everything about how his wife died.

EJ tells Belle that Clyde’s been living with Nancy so maybe he’s there. Belle reminds him that they are getting married today at City Hall. Belle decides she’s going with EJ despite EJ saying no. Belle adds that first she’s going to call Shawn to let him know that they think Clyde is at City Hall. EJ still doesn’t want to involve police. Belle worries that Chad isn’t experienced with guns while Clyde is and asks if he’s prepared to deal with what happens if Clyde gets the gun away from Chad. EJ then agrees to let Belle call the police, but tells her to do it from the car as they rush out of the mansion.

Nancy returns to the Kiriakis Mansion and sits with Bonnie. Bonnie apologizes as she knows what Justin said upset her. Nancy responds that it’s ok because Justin was right as Clyde never showed up for the wedding, but the police did with a warrant for his arrest. Nancy cries that Clyde stabbed Sonny, and even worse, they said he killed Abigail. Bonnie tells her she’s so sorry. Nancy doesn’t want to believe it and kept arguing that the Clyde she knows would never do such horrible things but she couldn’t change their minds. Nancy breaks down crying as Bonnie hugs her.

Chad screams at Clyde to start talking. Clyde says he doesn’t want to do this. Clyde doesn’t think it will do him any good to hear about it. Chad accuses him of stalling as he holds the gun on him. Chad points out a freshly dug grave and threatens to put Clyde in it.

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    “Day One” – Fresh out of the FBI Academy, Simone Clark arrives in Los Angeles and has her sights set on joining Matthew Garza’s newly formed special unit as they investigate the murder of a federal engineer. Garza’s squad includes Carter Hope, a promotion-hungry traditionalist, Laura Stenson, a talented agent in desperate need of a second chance, and Brendon Acres, a former actor who graduated from Quantico with Simone. On the home front, Simone and Cutty’s father-daughter relationship is put to the test as their opposing opinions about law enforcement come to a head on the series premiere of “The Rookie: Feds,” TUESDAY, SEPT. 27 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. Promo
    “Scenes From Two Marriages: The Parrot Doth Protest Too Much” – Jackie moves in with Neville and discovers that being newlyweds produces new problems when Neville shows up to their home with an excess of animals from his vet office. Meanwhile, Darlene and Ben have an argument as Ben points out Darlene is turning into her father on “The Conners,” WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28 (8:00-8:30 p.m. EDT), on ABC. Promo
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    “Wrong Delivery” – After Janine gets a look at the new charter school down the street, she becomes determined to fix up Abbott and make it just as good. As Gregory goes out of his way to avoid Barbara due to an awkward situation with his personal life, and Ava takes to the school library to host a “Shark Tank”-style pitch to decide what to do with the rest of the funds from the grant on “Abbott Elementary,” WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28 (9:00-9:31 p.m. EDT), on ABC. Promo
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    “The Woods Are Lovely, Dark and Deep” – Helena is turning into a real family town. When disgruntled “reformed” realtor Tonya calls the police on a squatter living in one of her homes, Jenny arrives only to discover a shocking connection to her past tied to the case. Across town, Cassie and Beau work to track the still-missing backpacker and Sunny works to protect a secret of her own hidden in the woods. Meanwhile, Beau’s daughter Emily takes a campground investigation dangerously into her own hands, but has she stumbled upon a story far more nefarious than she could have imagined? Find out on “Big Sky: Deadly Trails” WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. Promo
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    A last-minute will by Martine’s dad is not what it seems, and the doctor reveals the truth about his collapse. While Maria tries to help some sparring siblings, she gets a death threat and is placed under police protection. Maria’s memories of the past keep haunting her, and she and Jessie start to wonder if they have been missing something obvious all along. Promo
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    Maria helps a letter writer struggling with her faith and finally figures out who has been following her around town. Jessie’s cousin who works at the Koop has a tip-off for her. Khaya and Maria bond over dinner, but their evening is cut short when they get a shocking call. Promo
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    “The Cold Truth” (12:01AM ET) Becka is determined to prove Eva wrong. Thomas and Matt wait for news of a breakthrough.
  • Apple TV+ Central Park- Friday, 9/30Show More
    “A Matter of Life and Boeuf” (12:01AM ET) When the Tillermans visit Abby at her new job as waitress, a precious item goes missing—and everyone in the restaurant is a suspect.
    “The Lowlands” (12:01AM ET) Baba and his group take a dangerous shortcut through the lowlands to get to Pennsa. Maghra and Tamacti Jun make a horrifying discovery.
  • Apple TV+ Wolfboy and the Everything Factory- Friday 9/30Show More
    “#201” (12:01AM ET) The second season of the animated epic “Wolfboy and the Everything Factory” takes Wolfboy, voiced by Kassian Akhtar, to a new realm underneath the Everything Factory where Nyx attempts to lure him to the dark side. With his Spryte friends and new allies, Wolfboy engages in a quest to unite the forces of creation and destruction, and realizes that being different is what makes him special – and ultimately, it’s the oddballs and dreamers who change the world. Promo
  • Apple TV+ The Greatest Beer Run Ever- Friday, 9/30 Show More
    Movie. Based on a true story as chronicled in the book of the same name by John “Chickie” Donohue, The Greatest Beer Run Ever stars Zac Efron as Donohue, an ex-Marine in 1967 New York who drunkenly hatches a preposterous idea: He’ll show his support for his friends still serving in Vietnam by traveling to the frontline himself to bring them some beer. Does he follow through? You bet. Peter Farrelly—whose previous film, Green Book, was a Best Picture winner—directs a cast that also includes Russell Crowe, Bill Murray, Jake Picking, and Will Ropp. Critics had few good things to say about the film when it debuted at TIFF a few weeks ago. Trailer
    Episode # 310 “Murder She wrote” airs Tuesday, September 27 –Hardened by prison and tutored by a master criminal, Zena has returned to paradise for payback against the men who murdered her fiancé and had her thrown in prison. Using her beauty as part of her new arsenal, she maneuvers her enemies into a deadly showdown – where only one will survive. Promo
  • BET Haus of Vicious- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    Episode #107 “Vicious Fall” airs on Wednesday, September 28 at 9 PM ET/PT – Raven demands more of Chantel. Without Jaelyn to clean things up, Chantel’s cocaine addiction leads to an overdose. Unlikely allies, step in to save the day but it might be too late. Promo
  • BET+ Tyler Perry’s Zatima- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    Two episodes stream tonight. Episode #103 “Off Limits” Fatima’s patience is tested when a close friend doesn’t understand boundaries. Jake shows his worth when Zac is interested in a new business venture.
    Episode #104 “To Tell The Truth” Fatima and Belinda battle it out over Zac. Fatima’s world is disrupted when she runs across someone from her past. Zac and Jake come to a decision about forming a partnership. Promo
  • BET+ Carl Weber’s The Family Business- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    Episode #406 “Home Coming” streams on BET+ Thursday, September 29 – As members of The Table are killed off, the Duncans gather to say goodbye to one of their own.
  • Bounce TV Finding Happy- Saturday, 10/1Show More
    “Finding Time” (8:00PM ET) Yaz puts together her audition tape to submit for D-1 Media’s new show “The Brunch Crew,” but distractions get the best of her. Trying to move on from boyfriend Shawn, a trainer, Yaz tries out a new gym. Porter introduces a new show and its new hosts to D-1. Jamila meets her boyfriend Dexter’s new hire, the dangerously cute Brandi, and a client causes trouble for Jamila on the verge of her grand opening. Promo
  • BYU TV Saving Me- Saturday, 10/1/22 at 3:01 AMShow More
    Regularly airs Mondays. The story of a grumpy old tech billionaire from the distant future who has royally screwed up his life, his relationships, and the world, and who goes back in time and teams up with his eleven-year-old self to figure out together how to be a better person and prevent their miserable future. Principal voice actors include Ivan Sherry (“Inspector Gadget”), Adam Sanders (“Clifford the Big Red Dog”), Jonathan Tan (“My Little Pony: Tell Your Tale”), Amariah Faulkner (“Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood”), Ana Sani (“Strawberry Shortcake: Berry in the Big City”), Dan Chameroy (“Hotel Transylvania: The Series”), Cory Doran (“Total DramaRama”) and Jamie Watson (“True and the Rainbow Kingdom”). “Saving Me” is produced by Sphere Animation (“Curious George”) and BYUtv. Promo
  • Cartoon Network/Adult Swim Housing Complex C- Saturday, 10/1 Show More
    An upcoming Japanese anime television series that is set to premiere on October 2, 2022, in the United States on Adult Swim’s Toonami programming block. Kimi lives in a small, low-cost housing complex located in the seaside town of Kurosaki where trouble seems to follow her wherever she goes, and horrific incidents begin to occur. Promo
    “Welcome to the Pit Stop, How May I Help You?” – When Calvin takes Dave’s suggestion to try a new method of promoting his business, he soon comes to regret it. Also, Gemma recruits Tina to rescue her struggling after-school music program, on THE NEIGHBORHOOD, Monday, Sept. 26 (8:00-8:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. Promo
    “Bibles to Brothels” – Bob reconsiders his future at MaxDot and seeks advice from an unexpected source (Joel Murray), while Abishola questions Bob’s erratic behavior, on the CBS Original series BOB ♥ ABISHOLA, Monday, Sept. 26 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Networkand available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. Promo
    “Daddy Issues” – McGee’s personal life and professional life intersect when a dad from his children’s school is linked to a break-in at a government storage bunker, on the CBS Original Series NCIS, Monday, Sept 26 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. Sneak Peek
    “Blind Curves” – The NCIS team’s investigation takes them deep into the world of illegal street racing after a Marine staff sergeant’s body is discovered in a junkyard. Also, Tennant is concerned Alex is hiding something from her, and Whistler is anxious about introducing Lucy to her co-workers, on the CBS Original series NCIS: HAWAI’I, Monday, Sept. 26 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.* Promo
    “Love Is Blind” – When an officer is shot dead at a pawn shop along with the store’s owner, the team tries to figure out why a young, recent Ivy League dropout is tied to the crime, on the CBS Original Series FBI, Tuesday, Sept. 27 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. Promo
  • CBS FBI: International- Tuesday, 9/27Show More
    “Don’t Say Her Name Again” – When a local predator begins extorting underage American girls online, the Fly Team attempts to bring the offender to justice with on-site help from one of the victims. Also, Kellett decides she should find a roommate, on the CBS Original Series FBI: INTERNATIONAL, Tuesday, Sept. 27 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. Promo
  • CBS FBI: Most Wanted- Tuesday, 9/27Show More
    “Taxman” – Rookie agent Ray Cannon (new series regular Edwin Hodge) joins the Fugitive Task Force as they hunt down a mysterious killer targeting IRS offices, on the CBS Original series FBI: MOST WANTED, Tuesday, Sept. 27 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. Promo
    “Four Hundred Cartons of Undeclared Cigarettes and a Niblingo” – George Sr. bails Meemaw and Georgie out of jail. Also, Sheldon and Missy meet Mandy (Emily Osment), and Mary feels unwelcome at church, on the sixth season premiere of YOUNG SHELDON, Thursday, Sept. 29 (8:00-8:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*.
    “Spies” – Sam enlists the Ghosts to help secure a good review from an overly critical couple staying at the B&B. Also, Isaac tries to integrate Nigel into his friend group, on the second season premiere of the CBS Original series GHOSTS, Thursday, Sept. 29 (8:30-9:01 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. Promo
  • CBS So Help Me Todd- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    “Pilot” – Academy Award winner Marcia Gay Harden and Skylar Astin star as razor-sharp, meticulous attorney Margaret Wright (Harden) and Todd (Astin), her talented but scruffy, aimless son whom she hires as her law firm’s in-house investigator, on the series premiere of the new CBS Original drama SO HELP ME TODD, Thursday, Sept. 29 (9:01-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+. Promo
    “She’s Gone” – CSI: VEGAS season two kicks off with the return of Catherine Willows (Marg Helgenberger) as she persuades Maxine Roby to let her rejoin the esteemed CSI team in Las Vegas. The CSIs investigate the murder of a dominatrix found near her secret sex dungeon, on the second season premiere of the CBS Original series CSI: VEGAS, Thursday, Sept. 29 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+. Promo
  • Crackle The Wall 2: The Chateau Murder- Saturday, 10/1 Show More
    In season two, the frigid North gets even colder when an engineer responsible for a fatal Quebec City bridge collapse is found murdered,” reads the season’s synopsis. “Detective-Sergeant Céline Trudeau once again must solve the case before the killer claims another victim. As Céline investigates both personal and corporate motives, she is saddled with a new and very green partner and a prime suspect who is also her ex-husband. When Céline learns that her daughter, Sophie, is in danger, the case becomes increasingly too close for comfort. Promo
    (8:00PM ET) SECRETS — Reunited with Caterina (Matilda De Angelis), Leonardo (Aidan Turner) perseveres with his work but is frustrated by the growing success of a younger artist, Michelangelo (Pierpaolo Spollon). Putting his feelings aside, Leonardo is persuaded to accept a new commission, a giant fresco of the Battle of Anghiari, but faces competition from his newfound rival. As the suspicions of another encroach upon a guarded secret, a face from the past leaves Leonardo doubting everything he previously thought he knew. Coming to terms with a personal tragedy, Leonardo learns of a truth that sets to change a relationship forever. Freddie Highmore, Carlos Cuevas, Alessandro Sperduti, James D’Arcy, Robin Renucci, Hugo Becker, Miriam Dalmazio and Max Bennet also star. Daniel Percival directed the episode written by Frank Spotnitz, Steve Thompson and Gabbie Asher (#107).
    (9:00PM ET) THE TRUE THREAT – It’s the final confrontation in the data war. Massimo (Alessandro Borghi) has to finalize a radical new 5G deal with the EU and reveal irrefutable proof of the truths he has learnt about the threat to democracy, all without being discovered by his enemies. But is it already too late? Has he placed those closest to him in mortal danger? Jan Michelini directed the episode written by Caroline Henry (#207). Promo
    “All Happy Families” (8:00PM ET) THE BUBBLE – Oly (Nathalie Morris) and Santi’s (Carlos Sanson Jr.) relationship thrives in a bubble of love at the Hernandez house. Rosa (Paula Garcia) goes out to escape and brings home some tough truths on motherhood that test Oly’s rose-colored perspective. Despite Oly trying to avoid it, the Chalmers-Davis family try to clarify the state of the family unit, but Angie’s (Claudia Karvan) explanation to Oly only brings more division. The episode was written by Timothy Lee and directed by Leticia Cáceras (#109).
    “Matrescence” (8:30PM ET) CHRISTENING DAY – Christening Day arrives and Bernardita (Claudia Di Giusti) leads the excitement in the Hernandez household and Oly’s (Nathalie Morris) doubts escalate during the preparations. Oly’s friends rally around her and she contemplates her future, having a heart-to-heart with Santi (Carlos Sanson Jr.), and comforting Angie (Claudia Karvan) as she reacts to her new relationship status. The old Oly emerges as she starts to embrace her own version of motherhood. The episode was written by Kelsey Munro and directed by Leticia Cáceras (#110).
    104  “Aldhani” (3:01AM ET) Out of options, Cassian joins a mission to infiltrate an Imperial garrison on Aldhani. Meanwhile on the city-covered capital world of Coruscant, agents of the Imperial Security Bureau start to piece together information regarding the disturbance on Ferrix, while Senator Mon Mothma carefully maneuvers webs of intrigue. Promo
  • Disney+ The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    “Ice Breaker” (3:01AM ET) Our Mighty Ducks, along with their coach Alex Morrow, head to an elite summer hockey institute in California, run by charming yet hardcore former NHL player Colin Cole. It’s invitation only, and the talent is next-level great. It’s SO great that the Ducks begin to wonder what they are even doing there. But when Coach Cole tells our squad they may not be a good “fit” for his program, they get fired up to prove him wrong – even though a mysterious camper warns them not to stay. Promo
  • Disney+ Tales of the Jedi- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    (3:01AM ET – 3:15AM ET) All Shorts Streaming
    Six brand-new animated shorts featuring parables built around Jedi from the prequel era. Journey into the lives of two distinctly different Jedi – Ahsoka Tano and Count Dooku – each will be put to the test as they make choices that will define their destinies. The series is created by executive producer Dave Filoni, with Carrie Beck and Athena Portillo serving as executive producers. Promo
  • Disney+ The Mysterious Benedict Society- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    (3:01AM – 4:00AM ET) 2-Episode Premiere: Episode 201 “A Perilous Journey” & Episode 202 “A Bit of Light Chop” Trailer
    This season, Reynie, Sticky, Kate and Constance, the four gifted orphans who were recruited by the eccentric Mr. Benedict, embark on another mission to save the world from the nefarious plans of his twin brother Dr. L.D. Curtain. When the kids discover that Mr. Benedict and Number Two have been kidnapped, they must piece together the riddles and clues within a perilous scavenger hunt set by Mr. Benedict to foil Curtain’s latest scheme. Relying on only their wits, intellect, and empathy, the charming group of misfits embark on a globe-trotting adventure by air, land, sea and pie truck, calling upon their special skills to solve the mysteries and rescue their lost comrades. Along the way, the kids experience the growing pains that come along with being part of their new “found family,” while remaining true to their unique selves. In the process, they discover what true happiness really means.
  • Disney+ She-Hulk: Attorney At Law- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    #107 (3:01AM ET) “The Retreat” Jen visits Blonsky’s wellness retreat, meets new friends and gets in touch with her inner She-Hulk.
  • Disney+ Hocus Pocus 2- Friday, 9/30 Show More
    Movie. Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy, and Sarah Jessica Parker return for a streaming sequel to the 1993 box office flop turned cult hit Hocus Pocus that is set in the present day. New cast members include Sam Richardson and Tony Hale, while Anne Fletcher (Step Up) takes over as director. Trailer
    Disney Branded Television’s “Under Wraps 2,” the sequel to the eerie-sistably fun Halloween Disney Channel Original Movie “Under Wraps,” will premiere Sunday, Sept. 25, on Disney Channel and will stream on Disney+ shortly thereafter. “Under Wraps 2” picks up as Marshall (Malachi Barton), Gilbert (Christian J. Simon) and Amy (Sophia Hammons) are getting ready to attend Amy’s father’s Spooktacular Halloween-themed wedding to his fiancé Carl. However, plans soon go awry when the three friends discover their mummy pal Harold (Phil Wright) and his beloved Rose (Rryla McIntosh) may be in danger. Sobek (T.J. Storm), an evil mummy with a 1000-year-old grudge against his best friend-turned-bitter-rival Harold, is unexpectedly awakened and out for revenge. With help from his hypnotized lacky Larry (Jordan Conley), Sobek kidnaps Rose. Gilbert, Marshall, Buzzy (Melanie Brook) and Harold must use their skills once again to save her and get back in time to attend the wedding. Promo
    “Bunkhouse of Horror” (9:30PM ET) – A mysterious handyman tells the camp three spooky stories set on the ranch involving a cursed bracelet, a possessed scarecrow, and a magic wishing well. Promo
  • EPIX War of the Worlds- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    “#303” With Richard’s help, Catherine discovers she can travel to another world; a new revelation puts Martha’s loyalties to the test; Zoe breaks Bill out of prison.
    “Habeus Tortoise” After Homer humiliates himself in a town meeting, he looks for acceptance in an internet group hunting for a missing tortoise but finds something much more sinister in the all-new “Habeas Tortoise” season premiere episode of THE SIMPSONS airing Sunday, Sept. 25 (8:00-8:31 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Sneak Peek
    “A Knife To Remember Adventure” Honeybee and Wolf discover an outback-themed restaurant they can’t stop going to. Beef confronts his fear of small talk on the all-new “A Knife To Remember Adventure” season premiere episode of THE GREAT NORTH airing Sunday, Sept. 25 (8:31-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Promo
    “To Bob, Or Not To Bob” Bob, Linda and the kids help Mr. Fischoeder put on a play to get his brother Felix to confess to a theft. Louise is jealous of Tina’s hands in the all-new “To Bob, or Not to Bob” season premiere episode of BOB’S BURGERS airing Sunday, Sept 25 on FOX. Promo
    “Oscars Guy” “Family Guy” retells three Oscar-winning stories: “Silence of the Lambs,” “American Beauty” and “Forrest Gump,” in the all-new “Oscars Guy” season premiere episode of FAMILY GUY airing Sunday, Sept. 25 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Sneak Peek
    “Crash And Learn” The 118 race to the rescue when a structure collapse at a “happiness convention” traps people under rubble. While on FaceTime with her mom, Athena’s father suffers a stroke and crashes through the wall of his house. Hen stretches herself too thin with test prep and her new responsibilities at the 118, while Maddie tries to help new recruit get his bearings at the call center in the all-new “Crash & Learn” episode of 9-1-1 airing Monday, Sept. 26 (8:00-9:02 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Promo
  • FOX The Cleaning Lady- Monday, 9/26Show More
    “Lolo And Lola” Naveen Andrews Joins as a Series Regular
    Thony’s in-laws (Fiona’s loving-yet-overbearing father and reserved-yet-strong mother) come to Las Vegas. Meanwhile, Thony must help Arman by meeting with Robert Kamdar (Naveen Andrews), Nadia’s gregarious and charming ex-lover, in the all-new “Lolo and Lola” episode of THE CLEANING LADY airing Monday, Sept. 26 (9:02-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Promo
    “Peek and Shriek” The high stakes governor election results in violence at the polls, causing multiple victims to arrive at Chastain. Conrad finds common ground with an aggressive patient, helping lead to a diagnosis for his outbursts. Meanwhile, when another patient’s lung collapses, the doctors find a serious root of the issue in the all-new “Peek and Shriek” episode of THE RESIDENT airing Tuesday, Sept. 27 (8:00-9:02 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Promo
    “Show Them Who You Are, Baby” As Nicky prepares to perform at the “Queens of Country” concert, she learns of Clive’s (guest star Adam Croasdell) affair and is determined to turn the tables on him. Meanwhile, Luke is told the devastating truth from Nicky; Catt celebrates Ana’s signing with Monarch with a party at the Brambles, where Ana and Ace connect on the all-new “Show Them Who You Are, Baby” episode of MONARCH airing Tuesday, Sept. 27 (9:02-10:00 PM ET/ PT) on FOX. Promo
  • FOX Welcome To Flatch- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    “Welcome To (Barb) Flatch” A lot has changed since the documentary crew last checked in on Flatch. Kelley is changing diapers, Cheryl and Joe are raising baby chickens, and Shrub is courting Beth. In the season premiere episode, Flatch royalty – Barb Flatch herself (Jaime Pressly) – makes a triumphant return to her hometown to shake things up in the all-new “Welcome to (Barb) Flatch” season premiere episode of WELCOME TO FLATCH airing Thursday, Sept. 29 (9:02-9:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Promo
    “Call Me Ken Jennings” After taking some time to travel and decompress, KAT (Mayim Bialik) is on her way back to Louisville when she is upgraded to first class and seated next to “Jeopardy!’s” winningest contestant, Ken Jennings, on her flight home. Upon arrival, she discovers some significant changes have been made to the cafe by RANDI (Kyla Pratt) and PHIL (Leslie Jordan) and Randi’s passion for her job is now straining her relationship with CARTER (Julian Gant). MAX (Cheyenne Jackson) has returned home from his time in Nashville pursuing his music career, with cowboy boots and a big ego to go along with them in the all-new “Call Me Ken Jennings” season premiere episode of CALL ME KAT airing Thursday, Sept 29 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Promo
    (10:00PM ET) My family is so crazy we need our own reality TV show. How you still got beef from the 70’s? Whew. And y’all need to stop flirting with people’s daddy. Written by Stefani Robinson and directed by Hiro Murai. Trailer
  • FX on HULU The Patient- Tuesday, 9/27Show More
    “Charlie” (12:01AM ET) Dr. Strauss struggles with the reality he finds himself in. Sam is consumed with practical necessities, but agrees to his therapist’s advice to make different choices. Written by Joel Fields & Joe Weisberg; Directed by Gwyneth Horder-Payton.
  • FX on HULU Reservation Dogs- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    “I Still Believe” (12:01AM ET) The Rez Dogs make it to LA. Written by Tommy Pico; Directed by Sterlin Harjo.
  • Hallmark Chesapeake Shores- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    “It’s Not For Me To Say” (8:00PM ET) Bree (Ullerup) finds an old journal of Nell’s, which gives her a startling look into her grandmother’s past. Kevin (Penny) discovers the gender of his and Sarah’s (Jessica Sipos, “Another Life”) baby. Mick asks Megan to move in with him, and David (Carlo Marks, “Love in Store”) must confront his father – and the possibility that he might be innocent after all. Sneak Peek
  • Hallmark Girlfriendship Saturday, 10/1/22 at 8:00 PMShow More
    After a booking mix-up, Samara’s (Mowry-Housley) birthday getaway turns into a week-long retreat on Edisto Island, in South Carolina’s Lowcountry, where she and her two best friends (Greenwood, Brown) rediscover their passions, their purpose and romance. Preview
  • HMM Francesca Quinn, PI- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    When private investigator Francesca “Frankie” Quinn’s (Mallory Jansen) fiancé is murdered, his sister hires her to find the killer. Frankie must work with Wyn (Dylan Bruce), the local detective assigned to the case… who also happens to be her ex. As the one-time couple joins forces to unravel a serpentine plot, the investigation strikes at their hearts. Preview
  • HBO House of the Dragon- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    “The Princess and the Queen” (9:00PM ET) No episode description. Some Info here! (Airs again at 10:10PM ET) Trailer
  • HBO Max Max Looney Tunes Cartoons Halloween Special Thursday, 9/29 Show More
    For older kids, the streamer is serving up the brand-new Looney Tunes Cartoons Halloween special, “Bugs Bunny’s Howl-O-Skreem Spooktacula” on Thursday, Sept. 29. In this seasonal anthology, the Looney Tunes celebrate Halloween! Daffy and Porky take a dear friend to a final resting place, Witch Hazel chases down an ingredient for her spell, Sylvester finds a suspicious motel and Bugs meets a mummy. Promo
  • HULU Reasonable Doubt- Tuesday, 9/27Show More
    Reasonable Doubt: Two-Episode Series Premiere (Onyx/Hulu Original) (12:01AM ET) In “Reasonable Doubt,” you’ll judge Jax Stewart for her questionable ethics and wild interpretations of the law … until you’re the one in trouble. Then you’ll see her for what she is: the most brilliant and fearless defense attorney in Los Angeles who bucks the justice system at every chance she gets. Promo
    “Girlfriends” (12:01AM ET) Reed entangles himself in Bree’s personal life, as she awakens to the modern world. Hannah realizes Gordon doesn’t know she’s a lesbian. Zack and Elaine have an awkward business meeting.
  • HULU The Handmaid’s Tale- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    “Dear Offred” (12:01AM ET) June fights her need for violent revenge as Serena settles into her new role in Toronto. Rattled by Janine, Aunt Lydia makes a surprising suggestion to Lawrence. Promo
    “And I’m Sorry If I Dissed You” (12:01AM ET) Lucy confronts Stephen about what she found at Macy’s memorial. Promo
    All 10 Season 3 episodes drop today. EMMY® NOMINATED Ramy is a first generation Egyptian-American who is on a spiritual journey in his politically-divided New Jersey neighborhood. RAMY will bring a new perspective to the screen as it explores the challenges of what it’s like being caught between a Muslim community that thinks life is a moral test and a millennial generation that thinks life has no consequences. Starring: Ramy Youssef, Mohammed Amer, Hiam Abbass, Amr Waked, May Calamawy Creator: Ramy Youssef Promo
  • Lifetime Hall Pass Nightmare- Sunday, 9/25 at 8pmShow More
    Movie. After a brief tryst with “bad boy” musician Dante while on a work trip turned girls trip, Carrie suspects he might be stalking her, and learns that what happens on a girls trip…doesn’t always stay in the past. Andrea Bowen, and Matthew Guy Magnusson star (2022). Trailer
  • Lifetime The Gabby Petito Story- Saturday, 10/1/22 at 8:00 PMShow More
    Movie. Preview With October marking the start of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, The Gabby Petito Story is set to premiere on Saturday, October 1 at 8/7c on Lifetime and star Skyler Samuels (Nine Lives of Chloe King, Scream Queens) as Gabby Petito and Evan Hall (Orange is the New Black, Mars) as Brian Laundrie. Timed to the one-year disappearance of Gabby Petito, the movie is part of Lifetime’s Stop Violence Against Women public affairs initiative. As a trusted destination for women, Lifetime created a new PSA to debut as part of the movie’s roll out, driving to the important work of the network’s partner, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and their helpline to provide resources for women. The documentary special, Beyond the Headlines: Gabby Petito will air following the movie at 10/9c for a more in-depth look at the true story. The Gabby Petito Story explores Gabby and her fiancé Brian Laundrie’s complicated relationship and what may have gone wrong during their cross-country trip that resulted in Gabby’s tragic murder. The disappearance of Gabby Petito captured America’s attention, setting off a nationwide search for the 22-year-old travel blogger after her parents reported her missing in September 2021, when she failed to return home following her cross country “van-life” trip with her fiancé Brian Laundrie. Non-stop coverage on the news drove amateur sleuths to dissect Gabby’s social media posts for clues about what happened to her during her trip, leading to the eventual discovery of her body in Wyoming. As the one-year anniversary of her tragic death approaches, the movie will bring to life Gabby and Brian’s doomed love story, including the warning signs that Gabby’s life was in danger, the ensuing search for her, the eventual discovery of her murder and ultimately, Brian’s suicide.
  • LMN How to Live Your Best Death- Friday, 9/30/22 at 8:00 PMShow More
    Movie. Kristin feels like she’s going nowhere in life and knows she’d be happier if she could just find a way to stand up for herself and go after her dreams. She hires Ashley, a life coach who promises to help Kristin reach her full potential by eliminating toxic people from her life. A shocking discovery reveals that Ashley isn’t who she says she is and when her unconventional methods start wreaking havoc, Kristin realizes the only toxic person she needs out of her life is Ashley. Stars Danielle Baez, Alissa Filoramo (2022).
    “Atlantis” (10:00PM ET) Ben finds himself headed into orbit aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis in 1995. Addison confides to Ian about a discovery and finds herself at odds with Magic and Jenn. Promo
    “The Next Day” PREMIERE: Desperate to reunite with her son, Eve follows a lead that brings her face-to-face with a ruthless prehistoric group. Gavin, Izzy and Ella question whether they’re fit to survive in 10,000 BC. Josh and Riley wake up in an unfamiliar time. Promo
    “Hook, Line, and Sinker” Max tests a bold new cost-saving program that could help both New Amsterdam and its neediest patients. Wilder struggles with a patient’s decision to refuse life-saving surgery. Reynolds comes to an important realization about his father’s behaviors. Iggy takes the leap into online dating. Promo
    “(Caught Between) The Wrecking Ball and the Butterfly” (8:00PM ET) Supply chain disruptions dramatically impact Med causing Crockett and Kai, a new surgical resident, to clash with other doctors. Maggie reveals something to Ben. Ethan and Archer help a patient with ALS. Promo
    “Every Scar Tells A Story” (9:00PM ET) Javi spends a couple of shifts at Firehouse 51. Kidd and Carver work together to help Carver’s former boss. As Hawkins and Violet’s relationship blossoms, Gallo turns his attention elsewhere. Promo
    “The Real You” (10:00PM ET) When a convicted murderer hijacks a prison van, the team scrambles to find him and the abducted prison guard before it’s too late. Burgess questions Ruzek’s motives in a case, creating tension between the two. Promo
    “Battle Lines” (8:00PM ET) A politician’s daughter is found dead after an apparent mugging; once Cosgrove and Shaw start to unravel the details behind her trip, they realizes this isn’t a random act of violence; Price makes a risky move; Maroun works to salvage their case. Promo
    “The One You Feed” (9:00PM ET) A group of teens terrorizing tourists has the SVU squad working overtime. McGrath teams them up with the Bronx gang unit to track down a crucial lead.
    “Everybody Knows the Dice Are Loaded” (10:00PM ET) As ground breaks on the city’s first casino, Stabler investigates the death of a friend whose refusal to sell his home on the site has stalled construction; Jet breaks in two new detectives; Bell splits her focus between work and her looming divorce.
  • NBC Saturday Night Live- Saturday, Oct 1Show More
    Miles Teller is guest host; Kendrick Lamar is the musical guest. Season 48 of Saturday Night Live is set to premiere on Oct. 1, and showrunner Lorne Michaels has yet to disappoint with his choice of show hosts and musical guests. To kick off this season, Top Gun: Maverick actor Miles Teller, 35, is set to host with Kendrick Lamar as the musical guest. “It’s really exciting. You’re working with the absolute best of the best, so you feel well taken care of, but it is, it’s a lot. It’s a whirlwind,” Miles told NBC4 ahead of his big debut.
    SNL will welcome Miles for the first time to the show. The Divergent alum has had a full plate recently and wrapped up promotion for Top Gun: Maverick in the spring. Miles is also no stranger to the world of comedy, as he worked with the hilarious actor Jonah Hill on the movie War Dogs in 2016. Some of his other projects include Whiplash, Spiderhead, Project X, and more.
    Grammy-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar, 35, is set to to return to SNL on Oct. 1, his fifth time overall as the show’s musical guest. Kendrick released his latest album, Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers, on May 13 and is currently on tour.
    The regular cast members for “SNL” Season 48 are, in credits order: Michael Che, Mikey Day, Chloe Fineman, Heidi Gardner, Colin Jost, Ego Nwodim, Cecily Strong, Kenan Thompson and Bowen Yang. The featured players are: Andrew Dismukes, Marcello Hernandez, James Austin Johnson, Punkie Johnson, Molly Kearney, Michael Longfellow, Sarah Sherman and Devon Walker.
    Showrunner Lorne Michaels has called this season a “transition year,” thanks in part to the show going through a major cast overhaul. A whopping eight stars left over the summer: Aidy Bryant, Pete Davidson, Kate McKinnon, Kyle Mooney, Alex Moffat, Melissa Villaseñor, Aristotle Athari and Chris Redd. Many of them wanted to depart earlier but stuck around because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
    “Saturday Night Live’s” Weekend Update is once again anchored by Jost and Che, as they’ve done every week together since September 2014. As of last year’s 47th season, they are officially the longest-serving duo in the history of Weekend Update.
    At the recent 2022 Emmy Awards, the variety series won its 93rd trophy overall, making it the winningest program in the history of the Television Academy. For comparison’s sake, the next closest show in second place is “Game of Thrones” with 59 Emmys. (Info from hollywoodlife.com and goldderby.com)
    “108” (10:01AM ET) In-joo travels abroad and receives an unexpected welcome, leading to more questions. In-hye and Hyo-rin attempt to help Sang-a, who’s in isolation.
  • Netflix My Little Pony: Make Your Mark- Monday, 9/26/22 at 3:01 AMShow More
    Welcome back to Equestria, where pony magic is everywhere. With friends Zipp, Sunny, Izzy, Pipp and Hitch leading the way, adventure is sure to follow! Promo
    Movie. Reboot of “The Munsters”, about a family of monsters who moves from Transylvania to an American suburb. Directed by Rob Zombie. Trailer
  • Netflix Once Upon A Small Town- Tuesday, 9/27Show More
    “#111” (3:01AM ET) Ji-yul gives Ja-yeong a tour of his clinic in Seoul as they continue to sneak around town on secret dates.
  • Netflix Once Upon A Small Town- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    “#112” (3:01AM ET) When work delays the much-anticipated night out with Ji-yul, Ja-yeong plucks up the courage to make a special announcement to the entire neighborhood.
    Movie. Andrew Dominik (Killing Them Softly) directs an adaptation of the acclaimed 2000 novel by Joyce Carol Oates fictionalizing the tragic and complicated life of Marilyn Monroe. Ana de Armas (Knives Out) plays Monroe in a film designed to be provocative: It is Netflix’s first film to receive an NC-17 rating. Bobby Cannavale, Julianne Nicholson, and Adrien Brody also star in the drama, which will also get a brief limited theatrical release prior to arriving on Netflix. Trailer
  • Netflix The Empress- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    (3:01AM ET) In 1800s Austria, passionate and rebellious Sisi and Emperor Franz Joseph face love under duress, intrigues and power struggles at the Viennese court. Promo
  • Netflix Entergalactic- Friday, 9/30Show More
    “#101” (3:01AM ET) Ambitious artist Jabari attempts to balance success and love when he moves into his dream Manhattan apartment and falls for his next-door neighbor. Promo
  • Netflix Phantom Pups Friday, 9/30/22 at 3:01 AMShow More
    When Freddie and his family move into an old spooky house, he discovers a pack of phantom puppies. Along with his new friend and sister, they discover how to help the pups become real again while learning the true gift of friendship. Promo
  • Netflix Aníkúlápó- Friday, 9/30 Show More
    Movie. After an affair with a queen leads to his demise, an eager traveler encounters a mystical bird with the power to give him another life. Starring: Kunle Remi, Bimbo Ademoye, Hakeem Kae-Kazim Trailer
    Movie. In search of her mother, a free-spirited teen and her eccentric companions set out on a whimsical journey while avoiding the clutches of a wicked woman. Trailer
  • Nick Tyler Perry’s Young Dylan- Thursday, Sep 29 Show More
    S3 E7 “Fame, Blame & Video Games” Dylan and Rebecca form an unlikely team to win a school gaming competition; Charlie is tasked with painting a portrait of Myles and Yasmine. Promo
  • Nick That Girl Lay Lay-Thursday, Sep 29 Show More
    S2 E8 “Bars” It’s East Packer High’s talent show fundraiser and Sadie starts to feel the pressure of running the event. Sneak Peek
    “Spaces Fill” (8:00PM ET) While assisting Blue in DC, Darla runs into a friend who reminds her of a night she’s been trying to forget. Ralph Angel tries to save Parthena’s land in St. Jo, and Prosper and Sandy make a momentous choice. Promo
  • Paramount+ Blood & Treasure- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    “The Year of the Rat” (3:01AM ET) The pieces of the Kahn’s end-game fall into place as Danny and Lexi must put their differences aside in order to stop the Kahn and Simon before it’s too late.
    “Crawl, Walk, Run” BRAVO is deployed on a high-stakes mission in Russian controlled territory as Clay battles with his recovery.
  • Paramount+ The Good Fight- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    #604 “The End of Eli Gold” (3:01AM ET) Eli Gold’s trial is underway, with Marissa Gold as part of his legal team. Liz and Ri’chard attempt to solidify their working relationships leading to a surprise discovery about Ri’chard’s history and Liz’s father. The firm attends a Democratic fundraiser.
    “Hear All, Trust Nothing” (3:01AM ET) The Cerritos crew unexpectedly spends a day on Deep Space Nine. Written by: Grace Parra Janney Directed by: Fill Marc Sagadraca
  • Paramount+ Mike Judge’s Beavis and Butt-Head- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    110 (3:01AM ET) “Beavis and Butt-Head in Spiritual Journey” Beavis sees the face of Jesus in a nacho chip, setting him on an epic journey to seek answers to the big question – “Why do I never score?
  • PBS Masterpiece: Van Der Valk- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    Season 2 kicks off with the Dutch detective being called in to investigate the gruesome murder of a solicitor whose mutilated body is discovered with a cryptic note inside her coat.
    Co-starring are Maimie McCoy (Wallander) as Van der Valk’s right-hand woman, Lucienne Hassell; Luke Allen-Gale (Dominion) as the scruffy sergeant, Brad de Vries; and Elliot Barnes-Worrell (Jericho) as the squad’s brainy new guy, Job Cloovers. The recurring cast also includes Emma Fielding (Les Misérables) as Van der Valk’s incorruptible but indulgent boss, Julia Dahlman; and Darrell D’Silva (Game of Thrones) as the team’s hard-living, virtuoso pathologist, Hendrik Davie. Promo
  • Peacock Vampire Academy- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    “Molinija” (3:01AM ET) On the royal tour, Rose tries to find peace; Lissa seeks answers about her magic.
  • Peacock Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of the Sky- Thursday, 9/29 Show More
    Season 4 premiere: When metal-eating baby Razortooth Metalmaw dragons follow Magnus back to his workshop, he must ask the Rescue Riders for help before the babies eat him out of house and home, literally. Promo
  • Prime Video The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power- Friday,9/30Show More
    #106 (12:01AM ET) “Udûn” Adar and his army march on Ostirith.
  • Prime Video My Best Friend’s Exorcism- Friday, 9/30 Show More
    Movie. In this darkly comedic horror-thriller set in 1988, teen best friends Abby (Elsie Fisher) and Gretchen (Amiah Miller) grapple with an otherworldly demon that takes up residence in Gretchen’s body. Director: Damon Thomas. Starring: Elsie Fisher, Amiah Miller, Rachel Ogechi Kanu Trailer
  • Prime Video Un Extraño Enemigo- Friday, 9/30 Show More
    season 2 premiere. Fernando Barrientos, head of the DNS, Mexico’s secret police, is seeking to achieve the highest position of power in the country. Along the way, he will have to manipulate, deceive, and kill, which he is prepared to do. However, the road will be full of obstacles. No one, not even his own family, will be immune to the chaos that he leaves behind in his total search for power. Starring: Karina Gidi, Hernán del Riego, Daniel Giménez Cacho Promo
  • Prime Video Jungle- Friday, 9/30/22 at 12:01 AMShow More
    Today, during the virtual Television Critics Association panel, Prime Video released the first-look teaser for the six-part scripted Original series Jungle. Produced by Nothing Lost, the visually daring and sonically stunning new series presents a distinctive form of rhythmic storytelling rooted in UK rap and drill music, and will premiere Friday, September 30, exclusively on Prime Video in over 240 countries and territories worldwide. Jungle follows the connected lives of several strangers, each facing their own struggle, viewed through the prism of UK rap and drill music, and gives a perspective on an often-unseen world. Frequently misunderstood, it’s a world where one law governs everything: only the strongest will survive. As the strangers’ worlds begin to unravel around them, they come to the realization that every action, no matter how small, has a consequence. Promo
  • Showtime American Gigolo- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    “Rapture” (9:00PM ET) Julian tries to interpret a dead woman’s message as Colin finds himself on the run from his father’s violent associates. Meanwhile, Michelle realizes her son is in more danger than she thought – and so is Julian. Promo
  • Showtime City on a Hill- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    “Whipping Post” Season Finale (10:00PM ET) As Decourcy prepares to take Sinclair Dryden to trial, despite pushback from the Suffolk County DA, Jackie tracks down a key witness. Siobhan reaches a settlement on behalf of the Mendoza family, but her moment in the spotlight is cut short. Caysen is offered a second chance by a loved one. Reckoning with the rifts in her own family, Jenny meets her long-lost half-brother. Promo
  • Spectrum Panhandle- Monday, 9/26/22 at 3:01 AMShow More
    Spectrum Originals has picked up the eight-episode dramedy series, PANHANDLE. Set in the Florida panhandle, The Sony Pictures Television Studios produced-series will have a nine-month exclusive run on Spectrum (free, without ads) and then will have an exclusive free advertising-supported window on The Roku Channel as a Roku Original. Luke Kirby (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Deuce) and Tiana Okoye (The Valet, The Good Place, Awkwafina is Nora from Queens) star as “Bellweather ‘Bell’ Prescott,” and “Cammie Lorde.” The series will shoot in Savannah, GA and is created and written by executive producers Nicholas Stoller, a Florida native (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Neighbors), and Carla Kettner (The Blacklist, Bones). PANHANDLE pairs an eccentric, agoraphobic arm-chair detective with a reluctant traffic cop in a series that showcases community, connection, and yes, only-in-Florida characters. Together, “Bell Prescott” (Kirby) and “Cammie Lorde” (Okoye) wrestle with personal demons, shocking twists and a few Florida gators on their journey to heal themselves and their town. Promo
  • Starz The Serpent Queen- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    “The Price” (8:00PM ET) Prince Henri returns from war with a new mistress, Filippa, and a baby. Catherine resorts to extreme measures to produce an heir. (Also airs at 8:55PM ET) Preview
  • Syfy Resident Alien- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    “I Believe in Aliens” Season 2, episode 16. Season Finale. Harry comes face to face with his greates enemy and makes a choice that may affect Earth forever. Promo
    “Smooshed: A Love Story” (10:00PM ET) Steve goes on a class trip to Philadelphia, where he hopes to fall in love. Promo
  • UPtv Plus One At An Amish Wedding- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    (7:00PM ET) Superstar doctor April has the perfect life with her boyfriend, Jesse, when he invites her home for his brother’s wedding… and discovers his Amish roots. Preview

 

NON-FICTION

  • ABC Global Citizen Festival: Take Action Now- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    (7:00PM ET) ABC will air a highlights show of the 2022 Global Citizen Festival from two stages in international cultural capitals, New York City and Accra, Ghana, with the special “Global Citizen Festival: Take Action NOW,” airing SUNDAY, SEPT. 25 (7:00-8:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. The ABC broadcast will feature exclusive performances from across the globe by Mariah Carey, Jonas Brothers, Metallica, Usher, SZA, Tems and more.
  • ABC Celebrity Jeopardy- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    “Quarterfinal #1: Simu Liu, Ego Nwodim and Andy Richter” – On the series premiere of “Celebrity Jeopardy!,” host Mayim Bialik kicks off the first quarterfinal in the tournament-style series, SUNDAY, SEPT. 25 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (TV-PG) The celebrity faceoff includes Simu Liu (“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”), Ego Nwodim (“Saturday Night Live”) and Andy Richter (“Late Night with Conan O’Brian”) as they compete to win the grand prize of $1 million for their charity of choice.
  • ABC Celebrity Wheel of Fortune- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    “Amanda Seales, Snoop Dogg and Mark Duplass” – Hosted by pop-culture legends Pat Sajak and Vanna White, “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” takes a star-studded spin on America’s Game® by welcoming celebrities to spin the world’s most famous Wheel and solve puzzles for a chance to win more than one million dollars. All the money won by the celebrity contestants will go to a charity of their choice on the season premiere, SUNDAY, SEPT. 25 (9:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC.
  • ABC Monday Night Football- Monday, 9/26Show More
  • ABC Bachelor in Paradise- Tuesday, 9/27Show More
    It’s almost paradise! Nearly a year after the last rose was handed out on the beach, “Bachelor in Paradise” returns with the largest-ever cast of fan favorites from “The Bachelor” franchise. With Jesse Palmer as host and Wells Adams returning to the bar, the latest group of hopeful hotties and a few sexy surprises are ready to make waves and catch feelings this fall when the eighth season of the hit series returns, TUESDAY, SEPT. 27 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. Promo
  • ABC Celebrity Wheel of Fortune- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    “Tiki Barber, Lauren Ash and Jim Jefferies” – Hosted by pop-culture legends Pat Sajak and Vanna White, “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” takes a star-studded spin on America’s Game® by welcoming celebrities to spin the world’s most famous Wheel and solve puzzles for a chance to win more than $1 million. All of the money won by the celebrity contestants will go to a charity of their choice, THURSDAY, SEPT. 29 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC.
    “1402” – First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Apex, North Carolina, who pitch their step-by-step kit made to teach beginners how to create cuddly and cute animal characters. Entrepreneurs from Bend, Oregon, banana-split their proceeds to support endangered gorillas with their fun Bluetooth-enabled accessory; while entrepreneurs from Canton, Ohio, hope to hook a Shark with their rapid trussing device designed to cook the perfect bird every time. An entrepreneur from Mays Landing, New Jersey, introduces his luxury supply company that provides convenient personal storage for medical necessities on an all-new episode of “Shark Tank” airing FRIDAY, SEPT. 30 (8:00-9:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC.
    (9:01PM ET) On the heels of Sherri Papini pleading guilty and receiving an 18-month prison sentence for her fabricated kidnapping tale to federal agents and mail fraud, “20/20” features interviews with the investigators who cracked the case. Five years after her disappearance, authorities arrested the mother of two from Northern California for lying to them about two Hispanic women abducting and physically abusing her after going out for a jog in the middle of the day. This two-hour special includes just released evidence from the investigation, including videotaped police interviews with Sherri and her husband Keith, who has since filed for divorce; photos of Sherri’s various injuries, which she described to detectives as having been inflicted by her abductors, including the brand on her back; and police interview with James Reyes, the ex-boyfriend Papini was actually staying with when she said she was being held captive, who was unaware of her plan and believed he was giving a friend a place to stay. In addition, the report includes interviews with former Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko, former Redding, California, Mayor Missy McArthur, Northern Hispanic Latino Coalition co-founder Alan Ernesto Phillips and more. “20/20” airs on Friday, Sept. 30 (9:01-11:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC
  • ABC Saturday Night College Football- Saturday, 10/1Show More
    (7:30PM ET) ABC Saturday Night Football Presented by Capital One highlights a Top 10 showcase between ACC foes No. 10 NC State and No. 5 Clemson at 7:30 p.m. ET. Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit and Holly Rowe will provide commentary on ABC, with the debut of CFB Primetime with The Pat McAfee Show on ESPN2. The AT&T SkyCast & Command Center will supplement the primetime presentations on the ESPN App.
  • Bravo The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    Season Premiere: “Revenge Marks the Spot” Jen attempts to reunite the ladies; Lisa’s rant has redefined her friendship with Meredith; Jen prepares for pretrial meetings; Whitney turns to Heather for support. Preview
    “60 MINUTES” LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY, SEPT. 25 Airs 7:00-8:00 PM, ET/ PT on the CBS Television Network
    SECRETARY OF STATE BLINKEN – As Secretary of State Antony Blinken completed his tour at the annual U.N. General Assembly in N.Y.C., 60 MINUTES’ Scott Pelley met with Mr. Blinken to discuss Russia’s war on Ukraine, U.S.-China relations and more. Aaron Weisz and Pat Milton are the producers. Preview
    INSIDE THE COMMITTEE – As the Jan. 6 committee plans to resume its public hearings next week, 60 MINUTES’ Bill Whitaker interviews former Republican congressman and senior staffer inside the committee, Denver Riggleman, about his work investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. A former intelligence officer and senior technical adviser to the Jan. 6 committee, Riggleman was in charge of analyzing the call records, texts and online activities of hundreds of people suspected of playing a role in storming the Capitol. Whitaker speaks with Riggleman in his first interview ahead of the release of his new book – which he kept under wraps until now – The Breach (Holt, Sept. 27, 2022). Graham Messick is the producer. Preview
    RESCUING REEFS – 60 MINUTES’ Anderson Cooper breaks out his diving gear and explores some of the innovative ways marine biologists are trying to rebuild Florida’s endangered reefs, with help from the U.S. Department of Defense. Andy Court is the producer. Preview
    (8:00PM ET) Season Finale Tonight On Big Brother 24: Season Finale & Winner Crowned
    We have arrived! Tonight is the Big Brother 24 finale (8/7c) with a two-hour live show as the last three Houseguests of the season await one more competition before the Final 2 is selected and goes before the Jury to hear their decision. The end is nigh!
    Monte Taylor, Taylor Hale, and Matt Turner are all that remains of the once large crowd who entered the BB24 house nearly three months ago. One of these three will walk away with the crown and $750,000 to boot. That won’t be the only prize either as second place is nothing to sneeze at and the upcoming AFP reveal gets $50K plus a bonus cruise trip. Not bad at all!
    The party kicks off at 8PM ET with our coverage as we report the results live as it happens. These HGs will take us through the first two rounds of the final HOH before we get the Jury Roundtable segment hosted again by Dr. Will. Hamsterwatch reported the temps were warmer for Monte and Taylor than Turner, but that’s no surprise there really.
    After that, it’ll be time for the third and final round featuring Monte versus Turner in the last faceoff of Big Brother 24. The winner there will decide who joins him in the F2 to face the Jury. As of now, it sounds like Turner takes Monte and Monte takes Taylor. We could have some very interesting match ups depending on how this Round 3 goes tonight!
    “Lovable Curmudgeon” – An unexpected storm hit hard and fast and kept tribes shivering all night in their shelters. Also, one castaway puts their tribe at risk of going to tribal council after failing to pull their weight in the challenge, on a special 90-minute episode of SURVIVOR, Wednesday, Sept. 28 (8:00-9:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*.
  • CBS The Amazing Race- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    “Patience, Is the New Me” – Teams explore the beauty of Austria and must learn a traditional wedding dance, yodel and a song performed on alpine bells, on a special 90-minute episode of the CBS original series THE AMAZING RACE, Wednesday, Sept. 28 (9:30-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*.
  • CBS The Price Is Right At Night- Friday, 9/30Show More
    THE PRICE IS RIGHT, hosted by Drew Carey, welcomes YOUNG SHELDON actors Iain Armitage and Raegan Revord to a special primetime episode of THE PRICE IS RIGHT AT NIGHT, Friday, Sept. 30 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+*.
    (10:00PM ET) 48 HOURS: “Death Hits Home: The Hargan Killings” (10:00 PM, ET/PT) – Megan Hargan was suspected of killing her mother and sister. Her defense had an unusual theory: her sister was the one who pulled the trigger – with her toe. (New)
  • The CW Great Chocolate Showdown- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    “The Finale: Once Upon a Baker…” (9:00PM ET) WE HAVE A WINNER!!! – In this epic season finale, the home bakers take on the most demanding bake of the entire competition – telling their baking story through four delectable dessert chapters. Only one baker will have the happy ending of walking away with the $50,000 grand prize and the title of Great Chocolate Showdown Champion (#308). Re-airs on 10/1 at 8:00PM ET.
  • Disney+ Dancing with the Stars- Monday, 9/26Show More
    “Elvis Night” Live From parade.com: Check Out the Songs and Dances for Week 2 of ‘Dancing With the Stars’
    The 15 remaining ‘DWTS’ couples will Jive, Tango, and Quickstep to the sounds of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll!
    The 15 remaining contestants will be boogying to the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll when Dancing with the Stars returns with Elvis Night for the second week of the 31st season of the competition. The dance styles will include the Jive, the Quickstep, the Viennese Waltz, and the Rumba.
    The evening will be split into three chronological acts, each exploring a different period of Elvis’ career: from his early days in rock ‘n’ roll, through his Hollywood era on the big screen, and ending with his triumph in Vegas.
    “I do know Elvis,” Jordin Sparks said. “I’m not like falling over backwards for Elvis, but I respect him. I respect his musicality. I respect the king and everything that he has done for music and I’m just going to attack.”
    Jordin Sparks
    And Joseph Baena said, “Elvis was just so revolutionary in what he did. How they depicted him in the movie was fantastic. I’m just really appreciative of how he really stepped out of the boundaries and did what he wanted to do, even though his manager and everyone around him really didn’t want him to speak out to break those boundaries. So that’s why he’s a big role model, rest in peace. One of my favorite songs is ‘Devil in Disguise,’ but we’re not dancing to that.”
    But before the celebs take to the ballroom floor, the pros will kick off Elvis Night with a high-energy performance to “Also Sprach Zarathustra”/“Don’t Be Cruel” choreographed by Jemel McWilliams. More
  • FOX The Masked Singer- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    “Vegas Night” Viva Las Vegas! Complete with The Blue Man Group and jugglers, the best performers in Sin City visit the show and welcome two new celebrity singers for their first performances of the season. Who will be the King or Queen of the episode? The Season Eight contestants boast a combined 32 Grammy Nominations, 16 Emmy Wins, 8 Gold Albums, 4 Golden Globe Nominations, 42 Books, 10 Teen Choice Awards and 5 Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Play along with host Nick Cannon and celebrity panelists Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke. Two new characters enter the game and two will be unmasked in the all-new “Vegas Night” episode of THE MASKED SINGER airing Wednesday, Sept. 28 (8:00-9:02 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
    “Jurass-Brick World” This week, the contestants bring dinosaurs and special effects to life in their builds, inspired by the movie “Jurassic World: Dominion.” With 12 hours on the clock, the builders must create a scene where dinosaurs explore our world and incorporate a special effect, randomly determined by LEGO dinosaur eggs that the pairs select. Each team needs an explosive dinosaur composition and story to impress the judges and avoid elimination in the all-new “Jurass-brick World” episode of LEGO MASTERS airing Wednesday, Sept. 28 (9:02-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
  • FOX Hell’s Kitchen- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    “Let The Battle Begin” For the first time ever on HELL’S KITCHEN, the well-seasoned 40-somethings (blue team), will battle the fresh up-and-coming 20-somethings (red team) in a Battle of the Ages competition. The chefs are challenged to cook their signature dish where Chef Ramsay will rate each dish on a scale of 1 to 5. The team with the most amount of points will win the challenge in the all-new “Let the Battle Begin” season premiere episode of HELL’S KITCHEN airing Thursday, Sept. 29 (8:00-9:02 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
  • FOX WWE’s Friday Night Smackdown- Friday, 9/30Show More
    A unique combination of edge-of-your-seat action, unpredictable drama and world-class athleticism, FOX Sports presents WWE’S FRIDAY NIGHT SMACKDOWN airing Friday, Sept. 30 (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) on FOX.
  • FOX Major League Baseball- Saturday 10/1Show More
    FOX MLB concludes its regionalized baseball broadcasts Saturday, Oct. 1, (7:00 PM-CC ET live/4:00 PM-CC PT live) on FOX. Depending on which region you live in they’ll either show Mets vs. Braves or Rays vs. Astros. First place in the NL East is up for grabs this weekend as the top two teams in the standings lock up in Hotlanta. The New York Mets are on the road as they play the middle game of a three-game set with the Atlanta Braves Saturday night. The Tampa Bay Rays head into Houston third in the AL Wild Card race.
  • Freeform The Come Up- Tuesday, 9/27Show More
    “Facing Ghosts” (10:00PM ET) Fernando heads to the French Riviera to face his demons, while Ben might be kindling a new romance. Taofeek races to meet his make-or-break career moment with Evan Mock, and Ebon works to keep her community safe.
  • Freeform The Come Up- Tuesday, 9/27Show More
    “The Rules of Raving” (10:30PM ET) It’s giving season finale, and everyone has something to prove. Will Taofeek face career failure? Can Fernando mend his past? Can Ebon pull off a perfect party? Can Claude find her stride? Where’s Ben’s heart? Will Sophia fess up to her mom?
    “The Peacock Throne” (9:00PM ET) On November 4, 1979, Iranian student activists stormed the U.S. embassy in Tehran, taking over 60 Americans hostage. What was planned as a 48-hour sit-in to protest American imperialism, ballooned into an international crisis and 24/7 media event that would last 444 days. With never-before-seen archival footage and revelatory new interviews with the American hostages and Iranian hostage-takers alike, the series is a gripping chronicle of one of the most dramatic international deadlocks in American history, a deep dive into the geo-political history that led to the crisis, and an exploration of the political fallout that reverberates today. A riveting, intricate portrait of an event that made international headlines, HOSTAGES unfolds with ticking-clock urgency through the 444-day ordeal, while the episodes also travel back in time to explore decades of the complex, intertwined relations between the two countries.
    “Den of Spies” (10:00PM ET) On November 4, 1979, Iranian student activists stormed the U.S. embassy in Tehran, taking over 60 Americans hostage. What was planned as a 48-hour sit-in to protest American imperialism, ballooned into an international crisis and 24/7 media event that would last 444 days. With never-before-seen archival footage and revelatory new interviews with the American hostages and Iranian hostage-takers alike, the series is a gripping chronicle of one of the most dramatic international deadlocks in American history, a deep dive into the geo-political history that led to the crisis, and an exploration of the political fallout that reverberates today. A riveting, intricate portrait of an event that made international headlines, HOSTAGES unfolds with ticking-clock urgency through the 444-day ordeal, while the episodes also travel back in time to explore decades of the complex, intertwined relations between the two countries.
    “The Sand Storm” (9:00PM ET) On November 4, 1979, Iranian student activists stormed the U.S. embassy in Tehran, taking over 60 Americans hostage. What was planned as a 48-hour sit-in to protest American imperialism, ballooned into an international crisis and 24/7 media event that would last 444 days. With never-before-seen archival footage and revelatory new interviews with the American hostages and Iranian hostage-takers alike, the series is a gripping chronicle of one of the most dramatic international deadlocks in American history, a deep dive into the geo-political history that led to the crisis, and an exploration of the political fallout that reverberates today. A riveting, intricate portrait of an event that made international headlines, HOSTAGES unfolds with ticking-clock urgency through the 444-day ordeal, while the episodes also travel back in time to explore decades of the complex, intertwined relations between the two countries.
    “The Transaction” (10:00PM ET) On November 4, 1979, Iranian student activists stormed the U.S. embassy in Tehran, taking over 60 Americans hostage. What was planned as a 48-hour sit-in to protest American imperialism, ballooned into an international crisis and 24/7 media event that would last 444 days. With never-before-seen archival footage and revelatory new interviews with the American hostages and Iranian hostage-takers alike, the series is a gripping chronicle of one of the most dramatic international deadlocks in American history, a deep dive into the geo-political history that led to the crisis, and an exploration of the political fallout that reverberates today. A riveting, intricate portrait of an event that made international headlines, HOSTAGES unfolds with ticking-clock urgency through the 444-day ordeal, while the episodes also travel back in time to explore decades of the complex, intertwined relations between the two countries.
    “6th Zone” (12:01AM ET) The members are given 100 million won to use and enjoy as much as they please!
  • HULU The D’Amelio Show- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    Season Premiere (12:01AM ET) As personal and professional relationships overlap, the D’Amelio family faces new challenges at every turn, from public scandals to maintaining mental health, as they share the truth behind their online lives. Promo
  • HULU The Kardashians- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    “Prada You!” (12:01AM ET) Kylie welcomes baby number two while Kourtney plans her dream wedding. Khloé sees how her past trauma has affected her brain. Kim and Kendall head to Milan to attend and walk in the Prada show.
  • NBC Sunday Night Football- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    “San Francisco 49ers at Denver Broncos” (8:15PM ET) More Info
    “The Blind Auditions, Part 3” (8:00PM ET – 10:00PM ET) Coaches Camila Cabello, John Legend, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani all vie to discover and coach the next singing phenomenon on the third night of Blind Auditions.
    “The Blind Auditions, Part 4” (8:00PM ET – 9:00PM ET) Coaches Camila Cabello, John Legend, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani all vie to discover and coach the next singing phenomenon on the fourth night of Blind Auditions.
  • NBC Capital One College Bowl- Friday, 9/30Show More
    “Quarterfinals 1” (8:00PM ET) Hosted by NFL legend Peyton Manning and Cooper Manning. Twelve universities have advanced from the qualifier round. The quarterfinal rounds begin with BYU taking on Notre Dame, and Georgia facing off with Texas.
    (9:00PM ET – 11:00PM ET) ALL-NEW FRIDAY DATELINE NBC: KEITH MORRISON REPORTS ON THE RELENTLESS SEARCH FOR ANSWERS IN THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF A DENVER MOTHER Dateline’s All-New Two-Hour “The Sisterhood” Airs Friday, September 30 at 9 p.m./8 p.m. CT
    THE STORY: After the death of 44-year-old mother Stacy Feldman in her Denver home is ruled as “undetermined,” friends and family join forces to piece together what happened. Correspondent Keith Morrison speaks to insiders connected to the case in exclusive interviews about the seven-year battle for justice. REPORTED BY: Keith Morrison INTERVIEWS WITH: Stacy’s sister Susan Altman, Stacy’s friends, Homicide Detective Randy Denison and more. WHERE: Denver, Colorado
  • NBC Halloween in Hollywood- Saturday, 10/1Show More
    (8:00PM ET) NBCU celebrities will reflect on the impact of the “Halloween” franchise over the past four decades and will bravely experience one of the haunted houses featured at this year’s premier Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights event. The special will include appearances from Jon Barinholtz, Terry Crews, Omar Dorsey, Ryan Eggold, Ana Gasteyer, Tyler Posey, Kyle Richards, Blake Shelton, Jennifer Tilly, the cast of Peacock’s “Bel-Air” and more.
    The special will also include appearances from John Carpenter, executive producer, director and composer of the original 1978 “Halloween” and fellow “Halloween Ends” composers Daniel Davies and Cody Carpenter. It will also feature Prof. Tananarive Due, award-winning author and professor of Black horror & Afrofuturism at UCLA, and Robert Englund, who famously portrayed Freddy Krueger.
    Viewers will get an in-depth look at how Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort transform their parks for the popular seasonal Halloween Horror Nights event and bring their world-famous haunted houses to life.
  • NBC Dateline Weekend Mystery- Saturday, 10/1Show More
    (9:00PM ET) Dateline’s “Breakout” Airs Saturday, October 1 at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT
    THE STORY: When a Kansas prisoner escapes in a van driven by a wife and mother who volunteers at the prison, investigators scramble to track down the pair. REPORTED BY: Andrea Canning INTERVIEWS WITH: U.S. Marshal Tony Crawford, Prison Warden David McKune and others. WHERE: Lansing, Kansas
  • Netflix Nick Kroll: Little Big Boy- Tuesday, 9/27Show More
    (3:01AM ET) Nick Kroll shares his comedian origin story, his first heartbreak, his strange hypnosis experience and the trash-talking celebrity voice in his head. Promo
  • Netflix Human Playground- Friday, 9/30Show More
    “#101” (3:01AM ET) Narrated by Idris Elba, this docuseries explores the origins and evolution of play across the globe, from age-old rituals to billion-dollar businesses.
  • Netflix The Great British Baking Show- Friday, 9/30Show More
    “Bread Week” It’s Bread Week, and the bakers put their stamp on a classic pizza, get in a twist with a perfect pastry and tackle a showstopping Smörgåstårta, a decorative Danish sandwich cake.
  • Paramount+ 11 Minutes- Tuesday, 9/27Show More
    Paramount+ announced today it will exclusively premiere 11 MINUTES, a four-part documentary that takes viewers inside the heart-stopping stories of terror and survival experienced by those who were at the 2017 Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas. 11 MINUTES will debut Tuesday, Sept. 27 on Paramount+, marking the week of the event’s fifth anniversary (Oct. 1). 11 MINUTES features the first in-depth interview with country music superstar Jason Aldean, who was on stage when the first burst of automatic gun fire shattered the night. When it was over, 58 people were dead and more than 800 were injured. Promo
  • Prime Video Thursday Night Football- Thursday, 9/29Show More
    “Miami Dolphins at Cincinnati Bengals” (8:15PM ET) The 3-0 Dolphins take on the Bengals on TNF. Pregame coverage at 7pm ET with TNF Tonight delivered by Little Caesars, live from Cincinnati.
    Season Premiere “Roe’s Revenge” (8:00PM ET) THE CIRCUS: INSIDE THE GREATEST POLITICAL SHOW ON EARTH kicks off the second half of its seventh season covering the unprecedented impact of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade on the midterm elections. Promo
  • Shudder Queer For Fear- Friday, 9/30 at 3:01 AMShow More
    Queer for Fear is a four-part documentary series about the history of the LGBTQ+ community in the horror and thriller genres. From its literary origins with queer authors Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker, and Oscar Wilde to the pansy craze of the 1920s that influenced Universal Monsters and Hitchcock; from the “lavender scare” alien invasion films of the mid-20th century to the AIDS obsessed bloodletting of 80s vampire films; through genre-bending horrors from a new generation of queer creators; Queer for Fear re-examines genre stories through a queer lens, seeing them not as violent, murderous narratives, but as tales of survival that resonate thematically with queer audiences everywhere.

 

RERUNS

    “Exposed” – McCall’s determination to apprehend Mason Quinn, the criminal responsible for Bishop’s death, veers into a dangerous obsession that could cost her everything. Also, Delilah finally meets her mother’s vigilante team when she requires Mel and Harry’s help to prove a fellow classmate has made her best friend a victim of revenge porn, on the second season finale of the CBS Original series THE EQUALIZER, Sunday, September 25 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. Promo
    “Farewell” – When control of a university chemistry lab is seized, the SWAT team races to thwart a devastating terror attack, on the fifth season finale of the CBS Original series S.W.A.T., Friday, September 30 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. Promo
    “Silver Linings” – Danny and Jamie join forces with their nephew, Joe Hill (Will Hochman), when Jamie and Joe’s search for an undocumented, trafficked teenage girl converges with Danny and Baez’s investigation into the murder of a woman in witness protection. Also, Frank and Erin butt heads when Frank calls out the district attorney’s office for instituting a new rule that classifies armed robbery as a misdemeanor, a mandate that has immediate ramifications for Eddie and her partner, on the 12th season finale of the CBS Original series BLUE BLOODS, Friday, September 30 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. Promo
    “The People Aren’t Ready” – McCall comes closer than ever to being captured when she races to prevent the murder of District Attorney Grafton (Jennifer Ferrin), the prosecutor seeking to bring her to justice, on the CBS Original series THE EQUALIZER, Saturday, October 1 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+. Promo
    “Down the Rabbit Hole” – The NCIS team must quickly find Callen after he falls for Katya’s trap using Sam’s deepfake to coordinate a weapons deal, on the CBS Original series NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Saturday, October 1 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. Sneak Peek
  • The CW World’s Funniest Animals- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    “#207” (8:00PM ET) SPECIAL GUEST NEIL BROWN JR (“SEAL TEAM”) JOINS IN ON THE FUN – We have mischievous monkeys, dreaming dogs, stealing seals, copy cats, a goat on a blind date?!, Delighted dogs, and a cat who loves World’s Funniest Animals! Hosted by Elizabeth Stanton with special guest Neal Brown Jr. and commentary by Brian Cooper, Mikalah Gordon, Carmen Hodgson and Noah Matthews (#207).
  • The CW World’s Funniest Animals- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    “#208” (8:30PM ET) PLAYING AROUND WITH GUEST STAR LOLA FLANNERY (“SHADOWHUNTERS”) – We have playful pigs, diving dogs, confused cats, a tegu eating sushi, a bear who is loving the weather, energetic elephants, and a golden retriever getting some much-needed rest and relaxation. Hosted by Elizabeth Stanton with special guest Lola Flannery and commentary by Maiara Walsh, Brian Cooper. Mikalah Gordon, and Neel Ghosh (#208).
  • The CW Penn & Teller: Fool Us- Sunday, 9/25Show More
    “The Penn-Tagram” (9:00PM ET) ALYSON HANNIGAN PERFORMS WITH PENN & TELLER — Aspiring magicians are invited to perform their best trick to try and fool the world-famous team of Penn & Teller, who will get to see the trick only once and have to immediately try to work it out. Anyone who succeeds wins the right to perform with Penn & Teller in their celebrated show at the Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The TV audience watches along with Penn & Teller as they try to figure out the secrets. The magicians featured in the episode include Mellow, Paige Thompson, Stanley Zhou and Jonathon Lachance. Alyson Hannigan (“How I Met Your Mother”) serves as host (#810).
  • The CW Mysteries Decoded- Monday, 9/26Show More
    “Horror Hotel” A VORTEX OF DARK ENERGY — U.S. Navy veteran turned private investigator Jennifer Marshall and journalist Ozzy Mora investigate chilling claims and a mysterious death at LA’s infamous Cecil Hotel (#203).
  • The CW Penn & Teller: Fool Us- Monday, 9/26Show More
    “Stabba Dabba Deck” WILL PENN & TELLER BE FOOLED THIS WEEK? — Aspiring magicians are invited to perform their best trick to try and fool the world-famous team of Penn & Teller, who will get to see the trick only once and have to immediately try to work it out. Anyone who succeeds wins the right to perform with Penn & Teller in their celebrated show at the Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The TV audience watches along with Penn & Teller as they try to figure out the secrets. The magicians featured in the episode include Zak Mirz, John-Henry, Andy Deemer and Thomas Solomon. Alyson Hannigan (“How I Met Your Mother”) serves as host (#811).
  • The CW DC’s Stargirl- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    “Frenemies – Chapter One: The Murder” (8:00PM ET) STARMAN IS BACK — With Starman (Joel McHale) back from the dead and her former super-villain enemies vowing to reform, Courtney (Brec Bassinger) is hopeful that there will finally be peace in Blue Valley. But when The Gambler (guest star Eric Goins) arrives to town looking to make his own amends, the team find themselves at odds over whether he can be trusted. Luke Wilson, Amy Smart, Yvette Monreal, Anjelika Washington, Cameron Gellman, Trae Romano, Meg DeLacy, Neil Hopkins, Joy Osmanski and Alkoya Brunson also star. Andi Armaganian directed the episode written by Geoff Johns (#301). Promo
  • The CW World’s Funniest Animals- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    “#115” (9:00PM ET) GET THE GANG TOGETHER – Host Elizabeth Stanton (“Popstar This Week”) is joined by the panelists and special guests Stephen Kramer Glickman as they observe animals doing the funniest things ever caught on video. On today’s show we’re bringing you spinners, a bobbing, weaving bad boy, an utterly clean otter, and baby-sitting buddies. The episode is produced by David McKenzie, David Martin and Laura McKenzie and directed by Brad Thomas (#115).
  • The CW World’s Funniest Animals- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    “#116” (9:30PM ET) SEASON FINALE – Host Elizabeth Stanton (“Popstar This Week”) is joined by the panelists and special guests Griffin Gluck as they observe animals doing the funniest things ever caught on video. On today’s show we’re bringing you a monkey who just wants to be left alone, a virtual driving dog, a very casual cat, and a cup full of cute. The episode is produced by David McKenzie, David Martin and Laura McKenzie and directed by Brad Thomas (#116).
  • The CW Penn & Teller: Fool Us- Friday, 9/30Show More
    “P&T’s Big Game Halftime Show” (8:00PM ET) WILL PENN & TELLER BE FOOLED THIS WEEK? — Aspiring magicians are invited to perform their best trick to try and fool the world-famous team of Penn & Teller, who will get to see the trick only once and have to immediately try to work it out. Anyone who succeeds wins the right to perform with Penn & Teller in their celebrated show at the Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The TV audience watches along with Penn & Teller as they try to figure out the secrets. The magicians featured in the episode include Rick Smith Jr. & Rokas, Lindsey Noel, Jason Suran and Roddy McGhie. Alyson Hannigan (“How I Met Your Mother”) serves as host (#813).
  • The CW Whose Line Is It Anyway- Friday, 9/30Show More
    “Keegan Michael Key 8” (9:00PM ET) IT’S ALL ABOUT THE LAUGHS — Hosted by comedian Aisha Tyler, cast members Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie, along with guest comedian Keegan-Michael Key put their comedic skills to the test through a series of spontaneous improv games that are prompted only by random ideas supplied by the studio audience. The four performers must use the little information they have and their wild imaginations to depict different characters and an array of scenes, as well as perform songs. After each round of improvisation, Aisha will dole out points to our four performers and declare a winner at the end of every episode (#1007).
  • The CW Whose Line Is It Anyway- Friday, 9/30Show More
    “Jonathan Mangum 11” (9:30PM ET) UNIQUE COMEDY — Hosted by comedian Aisha Tyler, cast members Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie, along with guest comedian Jonathan Mangum, put their comedic skills to the test through a series of spontaneous improv games that are prompted only by random ideas supplied by the studio audience. The four performers must use the little information they have and their wild imaginations to depict different characters and an array of scenes, as well as perform songs. After each round of improvisation, Aisha will dole out points to our four performers and declare a winner at the end of every episode. Directed by Geraldine Dowd (#1009).
  • The CW Masters of Illusion- Saturday, 10/1Show More
    “A Magical Musical” (9:00PM ET) MAGIC TRAVEL — Hosted by Dean Cain, “Masters of Illusion” features amazing magic performed by cutting-edge illusionists, escape artists and performers displaying skills ranging from perplexing interactive mind magic to hilarious comedy routines — all in front of a studio audience. Magicians featured in this episode include Bill Cook, Alex Ramon, Jeff Hobson, Eric Buss, Trino, Paige Thompson and Greg Gleason (#817).
  • The CW Masters of Illusion- Saturday, 10/1Show More
    “The Extreme Exotic” (9:30PM ET) TURNING UP THE HEAT — Hosted by Dean Cain, “Masters of Illusion” features amazing magic performed by cutting-edge illusionists, escape artists and performers displaying skills ranging from perplexing interactive mind magic to hilarious comedy routines — all in front of a studio audience. Magicians featured in this episode include Farrell Dillon, My Uyen, Stuart MacDonald, Johnny Ace Palmer, Levent, Ran D’ Shine, Eric Jones and Ed Alonzo (#818).
  • NBC Saturday Night Live: Vintage- Saturday, 10/1Show More
    (10:00PM ET) TV-14. Episode aired Apr 4, 2015. Michael Keaton hosts for the third time, while musical guest Carly Rae Jepsen makes her SNL debut. Sketches include NCAA Tournament Cold Open, Michael Keaton Tribute Monologue, CNN Newsroom, Prom Queen, Easter Hotline, Ad Agency, Neutrology Music Video, Weekend Update: Pete Davidson on The Walking Dead Season Finale, Weekend Update: Jebidiah Atkinson Reviews Television Shows, Smart Home, and Easter Candy.
  • TLC Dr. Pimple Popper- Wednesday, 9/28Show More
    “This Is Zit: Pesky Pilars” (9L00PM ET) Margarita is a matriarch who hides her armpit lump from her family. Kayla is an aspiring musician with a promising career that her painful eczema has brought to a halt. Bradley’s concerning leg growth looks like raw meat. Preview

 

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Days Update Friday, September 23, 2022

Days of Our Lives Update

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Update written by Joseph

Nicole works at the Basic Black office as Jada arrives and says she knows it’s Eric’s first day but they must have mixed up each others’ phones as she has his. Nicole then asks if they woke up in bed together this morning.

Brady joins Chloe in her hotel room at the Salem Inn and happily announces that he has full custody of Rachel. Chloe tells him that she’s so happy for him as they hug. Brady admits he’s surprised that the judge ruled in his favor after everything Kristen dredged up. Chloe then reveals that knows how it happened.

Rafe brings Craig to the interrogation room and asks when he got back in town. Craig says it was just last night. Rafe then asks when he last saw Leo. Craig says other than just now, it probably would’ve been the morning after their aborted wedding. Rafe questions if Craig left town right after that. Craig confirms he went right back to New York and wanted to cut ties. Rafe then asks where Craig was on September 1 as that was the night that Sonny Kiriakis was stabbed.

Nancy tells Chad that it’s odd because Craig never wore aftershave or cologne during their marriage. Chad suggests he started wearing it after they split up. Nancy says that would be a coincidence because vanilla is what Clyde wears. Nancy says at first she thought it was feminine, but now she kind of likes it. Chad then thinks back to Craig hugging him and remembers that Clyde was standing nearby. Chad comes to a realization, so Nancy asks what’s wrong.

Clyde fills out his drug test paperwork at the hospital. Clyde then gets up and looks in the window of Sonny’s hospital room. Clyde then flashes back to being the one who stabbed Sonny! Will then approaches Clyde.

Chloe informs Brady that she happened to run in to the judge outside in the hallway and told her that she knew they couldn’t use Kristen’s previous crimes against her but that she had evidence of Kristen attacking her with the letter opener as she had the surveillance video from their office, so she assumes the judge watched it. Brady questions why she didn’t tell him earlier. Chloe worried that if Kristen found out she was the reason that she lost the case, she would use it against her and Brady with Rachel. Brady questions the judge being okay with this. Chloe admits she was weary but she sensed she was frustrated with the whole situation. Chloe adds that because of Kristen’s pardon, she couldn’t consider all the facts so she felt this untied the judge’s hands to make the ruling she wanted to make. Chloe knew it was risky but says she couldn’t stand by and watch Brady lose custody of Rachel to Kristen, so she’s not sorry for what she did. Brady tells her that she doesn’t have to be sorry for anything and declares that because of her, he will never lose his little girl. Brady tells Chloe how much he adores her as they kiss.

Jada remarks on Nicole not being very transparent. Nicole questions if she offended her. Jada questions Nicole asking if their phone mix up happened while they were in bed together. Nicole feels it’s a reasonable assumption. Jada says they don’t keep their phones in the bed. Nicole says she just pictured them waking up together. Jada feels Nicole is bothered by the fact that she is seeing her ex-husband. Jada brings up that Nicole is a newlywed and married to a great guy. Nicole claims she’s not bothered but just protective and she hopes they are right for each other. Jada mocks the idea of that making Nicole happy. Jada tells Nicole to be honest that she’s not rooting for them to be happy and that she’s hoping they fall apart. Nicole calls that not true but admits she overstepped by commenting on them waking up in bed together as whatever they do behind closed doors is none of her business. Nicole repeats that she already knew they were sleeping together. Jada brings up that Rafe mentioned Nicole came by to offer Eric a job. Nicole thought they would have more interesting things to talk about at the police station. Jada says this is interesting since the day after Nicole’s visit, Eric was just talking about looking for a photography job and how scarce the jobs are. Nicole says Eric was perfect for this job and they happened to have an opening. Jada questions why Eric didn’t mention this job since that’s what she told Rafe. Nicole questions if Jada is calling her a liar.

Craig asks Rafe if he’s asking him if he stabbed Sonny Kiriakis. Rafe responds that he’s just gathering information. Craig mentions just visiting Leo and he was going on and on about how he must have wanted payback for him breaking his heart and kept saying this accusation over and over. Rafe admits he’s aware of the accusation. Craig calls it the raving of a desperate man. Craig says Leo is accusing him of stabbing Sonny and murdering Abigail. Craig argues that Rafe can’t actually believe that he would be so blinded by hatred for Leo that he would take an innocent woman’s life and forget his oath to do no harm. Craig questions if Rafe actually believes Leo.

Will asks what Clyde is doing at the hospital. Clyde responds that he just got called in for a random drug test as part of his parole, joking that Will should know about that since he’s an ex-con. Clyde knows Will got his conviction overturned but he did serve time. Will remembers Clyde trying to shiv him in prison but then Ben tried to stop him and got the shiv instead. Clyde talks about Ben turning in to a stand up guy and now he’s trying to turn his life around as well. Clyde says he’s a changed guy. Clyde mentions that he and Nancy are about to get married, so Will congratulates him. Clyde tells Will to take care of Sonny and remarks that he’s really glad to hear they caught the guy that attacked him as it must be a real relief knowing that scum like that is off the street now. Clyde then exits the hospital.

Nancy asks Chad what it is. Chad remembers Clyde standing there when he saw Craig, so it must have been his cologne he was smelling. Chad asks where Clyde is now. Nancy informs him that Clyde is at the hospital taking his drug test and encourages Chad to get some of that cologne. Nancy asks Chad if he’s sure he’s alright since he’s as pale as a ghost. Chad claims he’s fine and says he just has to be somewhere, so he rushes off.

Jada tells Nicole that she never accused her of lying. Nicole feels she’s certainly insinuating it. Jada decides to just leave Eric’s phone and go but Nicole says not until she lets her explain. Nicole questions why she would lie to her husband about offering Eric a job if she hadn’t. Jada suggests maybe Nicole came to see Eric for another reason, but says she didn’t come to argue with her. Jada feels they are in a competition for Eric’s love and affection, even though Nicole is divorced and married to another man. Nicole argues that she’s not competing with her and repeats that she and Eric have a long history as friends. Jada understands that she’s protective of Eric, but she doesn’t get her being so protective of their relationship as if she’s not good for him or like he needs protection from her. Eric then arrives and asks what’s going on.

Craig tells Rafe that he did not stab Sonny or murder Abigail and he’s not a homicidal maniac. Craig adds that he wasn’t even in town when the attacks occurred. Craig says the fact that Rafe is listening to Leo is an insult and an outrage. Rafe asks if Craig would be able to provide an alibi. Craig confirms he would. Rafe says he’ll need one for September 1 and June 10 as well. Craig argues that he doesn’t know what he was doing three months ago. Craig says he’s often on call but doesn’t know where he is day to day. Rafe notes that could be a problem for him. Craig decides he will have his secretary check his schedule and get back to him. Rafe says the sooner, the better as Craig then exits the room.

Brady tells Chloe that he doesn’t have to pick Rachel up for about an hour and suggests they make their celebration official. They continue kissing until Nancy knocks on the door and interrupts. Chloe answers the door, so Nancy comes in and announces that she and Clyde are getting married today.

Chad goes to the hospital and asks Will how Sonny is. Will says he’s sleeping after having Alex visit earlier. Chad asks if he’s seen Clyde around anywhere. Will confirms that he just saw him here actually. Chad questions if he went in to Sonny’s room. Will says not that he saw but he was standing at the window and that he was here for a drug test. Will asks why and what’s going on. Chad reveals that he doesn’t think Leo hurt anyone and that it’s been Clyde this whole time. Will questions where this is coming from. Chad reminds Will of how they tried to help Sonny remember what happened and he said he smelled vanilla. Chad talks about smelling vanilla and at first, he thought it was Craig but then Nancy said that Clyde wears a vanilla cologne. Chad declares that it is Clyde.

Chloe is shocked that Nancy is marrying Clyde today and asks when this happened. Nancy responds that it was Clyde’s idea so they are going to get married at City Hall in an hour. Chloe questions why she is rushing in to this and argues there’s no reason to get married today. Nancy argues there’s no reason not to. Nancy declares that Clyde is the man that she wants to spend the rest of her life with, so she asks why not make it official as soon as possible. Nancy reveals that she’s here because she’d like for them to be their witnesses. Chloe asks if they can talk about it for a minute. Nancy says no because Craig will be there any minute which Chloe questions. Nancy explains that she asked Craig to come because she wants both of them to be a part of her wedding. Craig then arrives. Nancy hopes Craig is free to come to the wedding. Craig responds that he’s not sure. Chloe argues that even Craig thinks she’s rushing in to this. Craig clarifies that it’s not that but he’s not in a celebratory mood because he just got accused of murder.

Will and Chad go to Sonny’s hospital room and wake him up. Sonny asks what’s going on. Will informs him that Chad believes something that might prove who his attacker was. Sonny asks if it wasn’t Leo. Chad confirms he doesn’t think so. Will knows Sonny’s memory is hazy but they want to try to jog his memory again. Chad asks if Sonny remembers seeing Clyde Weston when he was attacked.

Eric calls it a surprise to see Jada. Jada explains that she thinks he has her phone. Eric checks and confirms that he does, noting that he didn’t even notice. Jada guesses it must be a slow crime day or else he would have gotten a barrage of text messages. Jada says she better get back to the office and tells Eric that she’ll see him at home. Jada kisses Eric and exits. Nicole asks Eric if he’s all set for the photo shoot downstairs. Eric questions if it’s just him or if things were very tense between Nicole and Jada. Eric asks if there’s something going on between them. Nicole admits there was some tension between them, so Eric asks why. Nicole admits that it’s because she lied to her husband and Jada called her out on it. Eric questions why she lied to Rafe. Nicole explains that she hadn’t told Rafe that she came to see Eric, so when he asked her why she did, she didn’t want to tell her current husband that she was dreaming about her ex-husband, so she told him that she offered him a job. Nicole adds that she felt bad about lying to Rafe, so she raced over to Eric’s place to offer him a job for real. Eric questions Nicole offering him a job to make her lie the truth which she admits to. Eric then declares that he quits.

Jada goes to the police station and apologizes to Rafe for being late as she had to run over to Basic Black to see Eric since they accidentally switched phones. Rafe asks how Eric’s first day there is going. Jada says so far, so good. Rafe is glad things are working out for him. Jada says she didn’t stay too long as she wanted to get to work and asks if there’s any update on the case. Rafe says there might be and brings up Jada having run ins with Melinda Trask. Jada notes that Melinda seems like a very tenacious prosecutor. Rafe worries that she’s too tenacious, especially if the suspect is innocent. Jada questions who they think is innocent. Rafe reveals it’s Leo Stark which shocks Jada.

Chloe questions Craig about Leo accusing him of framing him and calls that absurd. Nancy agrees that it’s totally ridiculous since Craig is an upstanding citizen and a doctor, so he wouldn’t hurt anyone much less kill anyone. Craig comments on Rafe buying in to Leo’s story. Brady argues that Rafe must know better than to believe anything Leo says. Craig says that Rafe questioned the hell out of him. Nancy repeats that it’s ridiculous, remarking that Craig is no more guilty than Clyde is since he was accused of killing Abigail too but he had an alibi, so he was innocent. Nancy declares that Craig and Clyde have both been unfairly accused.

Chad tells Sonny that Clyde wears a cologne that smells like vanilla, so he asks Sonny again if he remembers seeing Clyde that night. Sonny says he’s trying but there’s nothing. Sonny wishes he could see anyone but there’s nothing happening. Will continues to encourage him to take his time and try again. Sonny recalls being at the filing cabinet and hearing someone coming. Sonny says he started to turn. Will and Chad ask if he remembers something.

Nicole questions why Eric is quitting when he just started. Eric responds that Nicole just admitted that the job offer wasn’t legitimate and he’s not going to take the job just to ease her guilt because she chose to lie to her husband. Eric says he’s going to pack his things but Nicole stops him and asks him to listen. Nicole admits that initially she may have offered him the job to ease her guilt but they do really need him because there has been a lot of staff turnover thanks to Kristen. Nicole insists that they do need a photographer who she can trust and he’s definitely qualified. Nicole says as strange as her offer may have been, she still wants him here if he wants to work here. Eric admits that he does want to work here on the condition that she will be upfront with Rafe about them working together from now on, because the last thing he wants is to cause any trouble between her and her husband.

Jada questions Rafe thinking Leo Stark is innocent. Rafe clarifies that he said he might be, but as time goes on, the more he thinks so. Jada brings up all the evidence. Rafe says it’s hardly an ironclad case and there’s a possibility that Leo is being framed, but when Melinda settles on a suspect, she will try and push the whole case through without looking back. Jada asks what Rafe has in mind. Rafe wants Jada to look at all the evidence they have since she’s a fresh pair of eyes and might see something that he missed. Jada asks if he thinks there’s anything to Leo’s accusation of Craig Wesley and if Rafe is leaning in that direction. Rafe admits he’s not sure but he’s hesitant to lean in any direction without giving it a lot more thought. Rafe says he is going to check on Craig’s alibi while he wants Jada to go through all of the evidence to see if there’s any evidence that someone other than Leo committed these crimes.

Chad urges Sonny to remember if he saw anything. Sonny remembers seeing the reflection in the glass painting when he started to turn and confirms it was definitely Clyde Weston. Sonny questions why Clyde would do this to him. Chad declares that it’s not just Sonny since the knife he stabbed him with was the same knife used on Abigail which means Clyde murdered his wife.

Clyde gets dressed for his wedding and walks through the town square. While sticking the rose to his suit jacket, Clyde accidentally cuts his finger.

Nancy argues that it seems like the Salem police have accused everyone except the guilty party. Nancy is sure this will all go away as soon as Craig provides Rafe with his alibis. Craig hopes she’s right. Nancy assures that she is and then all of this will be over, but today is about her so she asks if they can just celebrate. Craig insists that he wants her to be happy. Nancy thanks him and says she really wants him there because they are still family. Nancy asks if there’s any way Craig can put aside all his worries to celebrate today with her. Craig agrees to come and be there for her. Nancy thanks him and decides she has to go get dressed so she’s not late for her own wedding. Nancy then exits the room.

Chad complains that they had Clyde in custody but they let him go. Will and Sonny bring up Clyde having an alibi that he was fishing on the docks and there was surveillance footage to prove that. Sonny is certain that he saw Clyde’s reflection, so he questions how that could be.

Rafe checks back with Jada at the station. Jada informs him that she might have something as she went back over Clyde’s statement about Leo selling him Abigail’s jewelry and it mentions his alibi. Jada says since she wasn’t there at the time, she decided to watch the footage herself of Clyde fishing on the docks at the time of Abigail’s murder. Jada reveals that there is a problem with it.

Chad asks Will if Clyde said where he was going after his drug test. Will confirms that Clyde said he was going to City Hall to marry Nancy today. Sonny questions what Chad is going to do. Chad responds that he’s going to the police to tell them what they learned and where they can find Clyde. Chad then exits the room.

Nicole tells Eric that she will be honest with Rafe in the future and admits she never should’ve lied to him in the first place. Eric questions why she did then and why she would lie about something as silly as having a dream about him cooking sloppy Joe’s. Nicole then admits that she lied to Eric too as she didn’t dream about that. Nicole reveals the dream she had about them was a sex dream which Eric questions. Nicole insists it didn’t mean anything and was just a dream. Eric then admits he lied too about the dream he told her that he had about her and that it was a sex dream about her too. Eric repeats that it was just a dream which Nicole agrees with. Eric decides he will see her downstairs and exits the office.

Craig tells Brady and Chloe that he is going to get ready for the wedding and will see them downstairs. Chloe stops Craig and argues that he can’t honestly think this wedding is a good idea. Craig responds that he just wants Nancy to be happy. Brady feels that’s a longshot with Clyde Weston while Chloe worries that it’s a disaster waiting to happen. Chloe asks Craig to help her stop this wedding.

Nancy comes out of the Salem Inn and runs in to Clyde. Nancy worries that they aren’t supposed to see each other before the wedding. Clyde reminds her that she had already seen him today so they can throw that tradition out the window. Clyde declares they are not going to have any bad luck. Clyde informs her that he passed his drug test and nothing is going to stop them from being husband and wife and sharing a wonderful life together.

Jada and Rafe go over the footage of Clyde fishing on the docks. Jada reveals that she went frame by frame and that the timestamp was off, which means Clyde did not have an alibi for the time of the murder.

Will asks Sonny what’s wrong. Sonny responds that Clyde Weston is still out there and worries about him coming back to finish him off. Will says if Clyde was trying to frame Leo, it wouldn’t make sense for him to go after him while Leo is still locked up. Will assures that Sonny is safe here and he won’t let anything happen to him. Sonny points out that it’s not just about him and it could mean that Clyde really killed Abigail. Will bets Chad is doing his best to convince the cops of that now.

Chad goes to the DiMera Mansion and removes a gun from the safe.

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