GH Short Recap Tuesday, December 22, 2020

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Recap written by Anthony

Alexis sits alone when Diane shows up and gives Alexis some water. She scolds Alexis for driving drunk. Alexis insists that she had not. Diane informs Alexis that as a lawyer she would bail out Alexis. As a friend she was scared and angry. Sam asks Chase if anyone had been hurt by Alexis driving drunk. She promises that there won’t be a next time for Alexis. Sam goes to see Alexis and Diane leaves the room. Sam wonders if Alexis was trying to kill herself A few minutes later Chase shows up and promises to back Diane and Sam about their actions. Diane refuses to condone Alexis’ behavior. Dante calls Kirk but he doesn’t pick up. Olivia tells Ned that her conflict with Alexis is cumulated to worry about her marriage. Tracy enters and Olivia asks if Alexis made it home alright. Dante shows up and finds Oliviacrying. She explains that Julian is dead.

Scott finds Obrecht and he demands to know where the body is. She was surprised to learn that Franco was leaving. Robert fills Jackie in on everything hat had been going on. Finn wants to tell Anna the real reason he had not been at his father’s wedding.

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Y&R Short Recap Wednesday, November 18, 2020

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Recap written by Eva

Chelsea tells Adam she needs more time to think before she can even be in the same room with him so he tells her he will wait for her as long as it takes for her to make a decision. Amanda tells Phyllis she will look over her contract with Victoria to see if Victoria can fire her for not consulting her on decisions regarding the hotel. Phyllis also tells Amanda about her fight with Nick and Amanda advises her to prove to Nick that she has changed. Nick and Phyllis later apologize to each other and make up. Victoria asks Adam to sign a contract giving up all claims to his inheritance, but he refuses to sign the contract and tears it up. Victoria later meets with Victor and shows him the torn contract and tells him Adam hasn’t changed at all. Victor is convinced that Adam is crying out for help and is even more determined to help his son. Abby arranges a video chat with Nina and Jill as a surprise for Chance at the hospital. Chance tells his mother and Grandmother that he and Abby are engaged and gets their blessing. Chance tells Abby that the doctor is letting him out of the hospital tomorrow so since they want to get married soon they decide to marry at the Chancellor mansion next week.

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Y&R Short Recap Tuesday, November 3 2020

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Recap written by Eva

Faith’s new friend Jordan persuades her to go to a pool party with a group from school that is two years older than her so Faith tells Sharon she is spending the night at Jordan’s house. Nick helps Phyllis and Victoria make peace and they both plan a party at the Grand Phoenix to impress some Newman Enterprises clients that are coming into town for a business roundtable. Summer can’t concentrate on Jabot business because her relationship with Kyle is in limbo. Kyle tells Summer to take some time and then get her head back on Jabot because their personal relationship is dead and buried.

Sally Spectra arrives at the Jabot office and asks Summer for help because she is lost in the big building. Victor asks Chelsea to find out Adam’s plans for revenge against the Newman family and then to him the plans so he can be ready to fight them and protect his family. Chelsea wants Victor to help him spend more time with Johnny so she can get to know him better and Victor agrees to help with Johnny if Chelsea can get Adam’s plans.

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B&B Short Recap Tuesday, August 25, 2020

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Recap by Lori

At Brooke’s house…Bill professes his love for Brooke, as Ridge is starting to make his way downstairs (unbeknownst to Bill or Brooke). Brooke tells Bill that she’ll never forget the time they had spent together and a part of her will always love him for the rest of her life – Ridge hears this and silently turns around and returns to the bedroom, but he doesn’t hear the rest of the conversation – that the man Brooke truly loves and wants to spend the rest of her life with is Ridge. In the bedroom, Ridge is haunted by Brooke’s words to Bill – the only words he heard. After Bill leaves, Donna stops by to check in on Brooke. Brooke tells her sister that she’s not ready to give up on Ridge right now; they love each other and want to spend the rest of their lives together. Ridge is now outside, reflecting on past fights he’s had with Bill and the recent video of Bill and Brooke’s kiss. Inside, Brooke and Donna are wrapping up their conversation, as Brooke tells Donna that Ridge is at Shauna’s now, “shoving the annulment papers in her face.” They wonder aloud how Shauna could’ve gotten Ridge drunk enough to marry her, then their conversation turns to the kiss with Bill. Brooke admits that while the kiss didn’t mean anything to her, she’s not so sure about Bill, as he was just there before Donna arrived. Donna asks if Bill told her he loved her and Brooke acknowledges that he did, and glad that Ridge wasn’t there to hear it; she wants tonight to be special and to celebrate their reunion. But, back outside, Ridge is still stewing about the video of the kiss and overhearing Bill professing his love to Brooke. Donna has left and Brooke is now upstairs, getting ready for her what she thinks will be a romantic evening with Ridge. She lies on the bed and waits for his return…

At the Forrester mansion, Shauna and Quinn are discussing Bill’s possible whereabouts. Quinn is pretty convinced he’s at Brooke’s succeeding in winning her back – if anyone can prevent a Brooke-and-Ridge reconciliation, she declares, it’s Bill. Shauna says she meant every word of her vows to Ridge, but she doesn’t want the reason for him to stay with her to be because he’s afraid of Brooke fighting her attraction to Bill. Quinn assures her that as long as Bill is in the picture, Ridge is going to walk away from Brooke. Shauna shares that she actually feels sorry for Brooke, but Quinn argues there’s nothing to feel sorry for, as Brooke has been trying to destroy her marriage to Eric since the beginning. “Brooke Logan is about to find out what many have learned before her: that I am the most dangerous person in the room. Always.” Shauna wants to be realistic that Brooke is still part of the family and reminds Quinn that if Brooke finds out about their secret she’s going to go straight to Eric. Quinn encourages her friend that she will be with Ridge and it’s probably going to happen tonight, and then decides to leave Shauna alone so she can get ready for her reunion with Ridge. As Shauna is looking back on her Vegas night with Ridge, he walks in (with the annulment papers in-hand). She tells Ridge she’s missed him and asks if he’s alright. He puts the annulment papers in his back pocket then replies, “My wife.” She tells him, yes, she’s his wife and he’s home. He takes her hand and leads her upstairs, as a gleeful Quinn watches from a distance.

At Spencer Publications, Bill is drinking his scotch and thinking about happy times with Brooke, like kissing her and their wedding.

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Y&R Short Recap Tuesday, August 25, 2020

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Recap written by Eva

Nick invites Abby, Amanda, Elena. Lily, Nikki, and Summer to the Grand Phoenix for a trial run of her Escape Club.  Amanda and Elena bond over a spa day as they talk about Devon and Nate.  Abby solves a mystery planned for her by Phyllis.  Lily and Traci have high tea and share memories of Colleen.  Traci decides to take the job as the head of Chancellor Communications fiction platform.  Nikki plays a sonata on the piano and Summer binge watches her favorite show. While eating her favorite snacks and playing her favorite video games.  All the ladies are thrilled with their customized escape and decide to become members of the Escape Club.

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Primetime TV Review: “Curious George”

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“Curious George” on Peacock, Review by Eva 7/19/2020

The Peacock streaming service has created an original series about the lovable monkey Curious George.  The show is perfect for your preschoolers because it is about a curious monkey named George who loves to help friends and strangers.  However, his curiosity gets him in some unique situations.  George is a very smart monkey and always figures out a way to get out of the problems that his curiosity causes for him and his friends.

I love this show because it teaches children to be kind to other people and how to solve problems.  The episodes are short and fun to watch as well.  I give this show 5 out of 5 stars

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    First introduced to the world of children’s literacy over 75 years ago, Curious George® was created by Margret and H.A. Rey in 1941 and remains one of the most beloved children’s classics of all-time. The animated series targets preschool viewers and follows the adventures of everyone’s favorite monkey and his insatiable curiosity to bring delightful antics, gentle humor and heartfelt emotion to each fun-filled episode. With a focus on education, the Emmy® award-winning program incorporates early concepts in math, science, technology and engineering and encourages children to use their imagination and expand their own investigations of the world.The Curious George voice cast includes Emmy® award winner Frank Welker (Scooby Doo and Guess Who?), Jeff Bennett (The Loud House) and Rino Romano (Spaceballs: The Animated Series).Universal 1440 Entertainment, the original content production arm of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, continues to develop and produce Curious George ensuring the timeless character continues to be easily accessible today and for many future generations to come.

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Primetime DVD Review “Star Trek: Short Treks”

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“Star Trek: Short Treks” Review by Suzanne 5/20/20

I’m a huge “Star Trek” fan, and I had just gotten around to watching “Star Trek: Discovery,” so I was very happy to get this DVD collection of “Short Treks.” I hadn’t seen them before. They’re very good. Some are funny, and some are cute, and some are very poignant. After watching all of these, I had to track down the last one, “Children of Mars,” which is not on this DVD. It aired much later, so that’s probably why. It’s very good and should win an Emmy, IMHO. Scifi rarely wins Emmys, though.

You should definitely watch “Star Trek: Discovery” before watching these because otherwise you might be a little confused because the characters are from that show. Too bad they didn’t make any Short Treks for all the other Star Trek series!!! Those would have been fantastic to watch.

There are a lot of features on the DVD’s, too, such as “The Making of Short Treks.” I especially enjoyed the tribbles episode and behind-the-scenes feature, not only because I’m a long-time Star Trek fan, but also because I’ve interviewed David Gerrold before.

This DVD would make a great gift for any Star Trek fan. I hope they come out with more of them next season.



Together for the First Time, New Collection Features Nine of the CBS All Access Original Short Stories, Including Two Animated Shorts, and
More Than 50 Minutes of Exclusive Special Features 

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (March 16, 2020) – Dive deeper into key themes and characters that fit into Star Trek: Discoveryand the expanding Star Trek universe with the forthcoming STAR TREK: SHORT TREKS collection. Arriving on Blu-ray and DVD on June 2, the new release offers fans nine of the Star Trek stand-alone short stories in one collection for the first time ever.

The collection of shorts includes three U.S.S. Enterprise-focused shorts featuring Star Trek: Discovery: Season Two favorites Anson Mount (“Captain Christopher Pike”), Ethan Peck(“Spock”) and Rebecca Romijn (“Number One”); all four of the original shorts, starring Rainn Wilson (“Harry Mudd”), Mary Wiseman (“Ensign Sylvia Tilly”), Doug Jones (“Commander Saru”) and Aldis Hodge (“Craft”); and two animated shorts from the Star Trek universe with animation unlike any done before for the Star Trek franchise.

Fans can discover never-before-seen bonus content, including:

●      COMING OF AGE – Tied to the “Runaway” short, the first installment of the new Short Trek format was written by executive producers Jenny Lumet and Alex Kurtzman about Tilly finding a stowaway with whom she can relate. In this behind-the-scenes interview, Kurtzman, Director Maja Vrvilo and star Mary Wiseman talk about the use of the short to give the audience further insight into Tilly’s character. 

●      SHALL WE DANCE – Writer Michael Chabon and Director Olatunde Osunsanmi discuss the challenges of creating a compelling story with only one on-screen character in the familiar setting of the U.S.S Discovery for the “Calypso” short.

●      FIRST CONTACT: KAMINAR – A deep dive into “The Brightest Star” short and creating Saru’s backstory with the Star Trek actors and writers.

●      COVERED IN MUDD  Tied to “The Escape Artist” short, an interview with star Rainn Wilson about directing the Harry Mudd short and his experience on both sides of the camera.

●      ENSIGN SPOCK’S FIRST DAY – Writer Michael Chabon talks about writing for Ensign Spock and finding hidden talents in relation to the “Q&A” short.

●      HERE COMES TRIBBLE – Fans will dive into “The Trouble with Edward” short as prop master Mario Moreira discusses bringing back the beloved Tribble for the shorts.

●      SCORE! – A behind-the-curtain discussion with Oscar® and Grammy® Award-winning composer Michael Giacchino about taking the reins on “Ephraim and Dot,” and directing and composing for Star Trek: Short Treks.

●      BEDTIME STORIES – Writer Brandon Schultz, director Olatunde Osunsanmi and actor Kenric Green (“Mike Burnham”) discuss the development of “The Girl Who Made the Stars,” the animated Short Trek about a bedtime story.

●      THE MAKING OF “SHORT TREKS – An in-depth discussion with executive producer Alex Kurtzman and more about how and why the new concept Short Treks were made.

●      TWO AUDIO COMMENTARIES – Featuring Executive Producers Alex Kurtzman, Jenny Lumet providing commentary for the “Runaway” short, and star Anson Mount providing commentary for the “Ask Not” short

The first two seasons of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY are now available to stream on CBS All Access and are distributed concurrently by CBS Studios International on Netflix in 188 countries and in Canada on Bell Media’s Space channel and OTT service CraveTV.  The first two seasons are also available on Blu-ray and DVD.  The series is produced by CBS Television Studios, Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment. 

Blu-ray & DVD Shorts:

●      “Runaway”

●      “Calypso”

●      “The Brightest Star”

●      “The Escape Artist”

●      “Q&A”

●      “The Trouble with Edward”

●      “Ask Not”

●      “Ephraim & Dot”

●      “The Girl Who Made the Stars”

STAR TREK: SHORT TREKS Blu-ray and DVD are presented in widescreen (16×9) format with English SDH subtitles. The DVD will offer English 5.1 Surround Audio and the Blu-ray will present English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio.

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