Luke receives a letter from Damien telling him he's offering him his inheritance. Luke ultimately refuses until Lucinda tells him he could use the inheritance for something good. After talking it over with Noah, Luke accepts.
Post by smuchshypush on Jul 17, 2008 14:02:16 GMT -5
AfterElton spoilers for wk of July 21st:
"There's nothing more fun than watching Luke go off on someone and next week he has a few choice words for Holden and Carly about their affair. Luckily for Luke he's got Noah to lean on for support... and possibly more. On next Thursday's show (July 24th), Luke and Noah talk about taking their relationship to the next level."
Post by smuchshypush on Jul 21, 2008 2:17:16 GMT -5
Updated AfterElton spoilers for Thursday:
"Luke and Noah will appear on Thursday, July 24th this week (though with the Holden/Carly mess brewing, they could show up Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday as well). But on Thursday, Luke has a heated confrontation with Holden and Carly about their affair. Following that, he has a talk with Noah about how he no longer believes love can last and that his faith in relationships has been shaken. He now has serious doubts about their own future...... "
Luke and Noah plan a swim at Snyder Pond, but when Luke arrives, Holden and Carly are already there. Naturally, a bitter confrontation ensues and when all is said and done, Holden and Carly realize the damage their relationship has caused and they decide to end things. Later, Luke tells Noah he no longer believes love can last and has doubts about the future of their relationship. Noah insists they have what it takes to make it work. Luke counters with the elephant in the room, AKA, they haven't had sex yet, even though there's nothing really in their way. As it turns out, Noah is in their way, because even though he swears he loves Luke, he's not ready to have sex with him (you know, the grieving the dead father bit). Luke's fears about their future grow.
Meanwhile, in another part of Oakdale, 15 year old Parker Snyder loses his virginity.......
Post by smuchshypush on Jul 26, 2008 1:36:25 GMT -5
AfterElton spoilers wk of July 28th:
Again echoing what viewers have been wondering for months, Luke asks Noah to make a move -- off the farm. He thinks they need to get their own place. While Noah mulls that one over, the fates, otherwise known as the Holden/Lily/Carly triangle conspire against them. Holden and Lily go to pick up the kids from camp. There, Lily learns that Holden and Carly first had sex at the camp and that the kids could've walked in on them. Lily grabs the kids and takes off, leaving Holden literally in the dust. Later, an ugly argument ensues and Lily has a shouting match with Holden and Carly during which poor little Faith becomes the latest Snyder kid to find out what Daddy has been up to. Lily wants a quickie divorce and forbids Holden to see the kids. With the Snyders completely in shambles, Noah makes Luke realize that the time isn't right to think about moving because the family needs him.
Meanwhile, for you Casey fans, Casey and Em get married.
With the girls coming home from camp, the Snyders plan a family gathering at the farm to celebrate and Noah is invited of course (well, he does live at the farm.... are they gonna ask him to leave?). Noah might regret that decision because things get ugly really fast. Holden and Lily go to pick up the kids from camp. There, Lily learns that Holden and Carly first had sex at the camp and that the kids could've walked in on them. Lily grabs the kids and takes off, leaving Holden literally in the dust. Later, an ugly argument ensues and Lily has a shouting match with Holden and Carly during which poor little Faith becomes the latest Snyder kid to find out what Daddy has been up to. Lily wants a quickie divorce and forbids Holden to see the kids. Seeing how bad things are in the family and the effect it has on Luke, Noah asks Luke to get an apartment (yep, it's Noah's idea) as a way to get away from all the drama. Luke is touched, but says he can't right now because his family needs him.
Meanwhile, for you Casey fans, Casey and Em get married, but in Em's defense, she's drugged when it happens. And that's a whole other messy storyline......
You can find daytime's most popular (well, only) gay couple on Friday's episode of ATWT. And what's happening? Pretty much what's been going on since Noah decided not to go into the military: Luke and Noah stand around and look concerned while Holden and Lily find new ways to screw up their kids. Lily decides the answer to her problems is to start dating Mike Kasnoff (she better move quick, he'll be gone by the end of the month). Meanwhile, there's one less Snyder on the farm when Holden packs his bags and moves out. What are the boys gonna do? Well, Holden did have the big bedroom.....
Meanwhile, on the other side of Oakdale, Casey, Chris and half of the town are laid up at the hospital, dying from poisoning by evil Dr. Decker. Will Paul Ryan come to their rescue? Not if Meg shoots him first......
Post by Difficult Diva on Aug 6, 2008 12:49:27 GMT -5
Spoilers for Thursday August 7th.
Luke convinces Holden to try once more with Lily. He goes to see her and finds her with Mike who is doing construction on the house. When Lily sees Holden she pretends that she and Mike are more than just friends. Mike realizes and asks her not to put him in the middle of her situation with Holden. Later, Holden goes to Carly and asks her to tell Mike to back off. It's awkward but Carly does and Mike assures her he is just being a friend to Lily. When Lily comes to have lunch with him, he tells her he doesn't want to get involved and convinces her that Holden doesn't want a divorce. Meanwhile, Carly tells Holden she did what he asked and Holden hugs her as Lily arrives to see.
Carly asks Henry to spend more time at Metro and he says it will be no problem. Bonnie hears and wonders what Vienna will say. Henry admits Vienna has left him and Bonnie is shocked. Later, Bonnie gets money from a client and admits to Henry she doesn't like what she's become and wishes she could quit. Henry offers her a job helping him at Metro and she agrees.
Meg feels better since she's not wearing the necklace and tells ghostly Sofie she won't kill Paul. But when she dresses she puts the necklace on and feels paranoid again. When Paul comes to take her to the doctor, she threatens him with the gun. Paul gets it away from her and calls 911. Meg is brought to the hospital in a straight jacket. Paul aches for Meg while Sofie appears to Meg again and tells her she should have killed Paul when she has the chance.
I'm also not taking it as a personal slight on what I think or feel, if someone doesn't share my pov. Not everyone's going to think, or believe in the same way I do. I don't see that as a negative reflection on me as a person. I don't feel put off by coming on here and posting my thoughts, because someone doesn't share them. These varying povs are based (or should be based) on the storyline.
Post by smuchshypush on Aug 7, 2008 12:08:03 GMT -5
"Nell Mooney, who was the ATWT InTurn winner, is returning to the show in September as Livia Gordone, the character she played a few months back. Folks here should remember that Livia was the dirty cop who tricked the boys into turning over Ameera to Col. Mayer and gave Luke a nasty blow to the head. Is she back to cause the boys more grief? We shall see. Let's just hope one of the guys doesn't marry her......"
Post by Bonobochick on Aug 8, 2008 11:46:35 GMT -5
From the Suds Report:
As The World Turns, Global/CBS — Spoiler Alerts: Ali and Aaron are heading to the altar! Mike bangs Lily!
•Can ATWT continue its renaissance? You decide after reading this exclusive preview: After becoming engaged to Aaron, Alison and Chris flirt with hooking up before the contrived and desperate wedding approaches. Meanwhile, Luke isn’t too thrilled with Lucinda’s new boy toy, Brian/Greg (played by ABC-er Laurence Lau) after he utters something homophobic to Oakdale’s crotch-less gay wonder.
•Looks like Rick Decker is behind the poisoned second-hand gifting in Oakdale, not James nor Dusty. Memo to Rick: couldn’t you have done us all a favour and killed off Ali at least? Geez… there’s only one thing worse than a successful murderer, and that’s a dumb psychopath. And that means we get to say good riddance to Jeff Martin once again, but “the door is open for his return,” report insiders. Hey, stop with the threats, ATWT!
•This week, Noelle Beck (nuLily) gets the ride of her life thanks to exiting Mike Kasnoff (played by the oh-so-sexy and talented Jon Prescott), who plows her with some much-needed love and attention. Oh, and that sound you hear? Martha Byrne (the real Lily) screaming, “I want some of that, ‘yo! Damn you, Goutman!” I also hear Lily lights a cigarette at the end of the episode. Or so the imaginary P&G publicists fibbed to me.
•Another legacy character has been recast without any immediate family nearby so we viewers could give a damn. Oh well, she’ll be fired in six months. Deirdre Skiles has been cast as Dani Andropolous, the daughter of super-couple Steve and Betsy. Dani returns to Oakdale with really bad collagen-induced lips (just like her “mom,” Meg Ryan) as a forensics expert who crosses paths with Margo on Aug. 15. I hear she may be paired romantically with Chris Hughes. Let’s pray to the Goddard that’s true.
•Poor Holden! Promising soap newcomer Michael E. Rodgers (Neal) is back on Aug. 13 and 14 to woo that “slut” Carly again. Also, Zach Conroy joins The Liberty Ciccone Show as Leo, an intern hired by Katie and Brad to smack some sense into their incestuous ward. Incestuous first cousins can have sex, but not two adult gay men! Discuss.
Ok, while I agree with what he was trying to say about Parkety having sex while Nuke wait for that special moment ::), Parker and Liberty are not biologically related so while it's tacky, it's not incest. I'll post the rest of my thoughts in the discussion thread.
Post by smuchshypush on Aug 16, 2008 13:01:56 GMT -5
AfterElton spoilers for the week of 8/18:
"Luke and Noah will air on Monday and Wednesday's episodes of ATWT and here is what is happening:
Lucinda introduces Luke and Noah to Brian Wheatley, who Lucinda thinks should run Luke's foundation. Luke and Brian talk about Luke decides to hire the man. Luke sees the sparks between Lucinda and Brian. The foursome spend the evening with some dancing at Metro and later at the Lakeview they toast their new alliance. But the good times don't last for long when Brian's first order of business is to suggest to Luke that, for the good of the foundation, he not be so open about his relationship with Noah. Luke is offended and thinks Brian is being a homophobe. But Brian refutes that, insisting that the business world is a conservative one and that's where his concerns lie. Luke wonders if he made a mistake in hiring Brian. Lucinda tries to smooth over this messy situation. "
"Taking the advice of Lucinda into consideration, Luke and Noah agree that Brian is correct that they need to be careful about not being too open about their relationship while working for the foundation. This decision results in something unexpected, but it doesn't stop their relationship from moving forward. They will even exchange rings to show commitment to each other and while not being able to be open about their relationship up at the foundation will be frustrating for both of them, they will soon have much bigger troubles to worry about. More on that later.
Sex is still off the table for them until October or early November, but another little bird just told me that a love scene has already been taped. Don't expect a lot of skin when this scene airs. It's more like a classic movie love scene than a steamy, daytime love scene and it fits their characters and their story very well."
Post by smuchshypush on Aug 20, 2008 18:47:52 GMT -5
Fall preview from SOD:
LUKE/NOAH: "Luke and Noah are in their second year of college as as the fall continues, you'll see more and more of them, and Luke is getting more interested in his identity as a gay person. He and Noah have somewhat different ideas about how to express it. Luke gets more interested in gay issues, in making more of a statement maybe than Noah is interested in. There will be further complications to that that will take them in a new direction." - Jean Passanante
Soap Opera Digest has released their spoilers for the fall and what's up with the boys? According to the head writer, we'll be seeing more and more of the couple in the coming months as they head back to school and their storyline focuses on collegiate life and issues of identity. Luke is becoming interested in exploring his identity as a gay man and will get heavily involved in gay issues on campus. This will cause conflict with Noah of course, who isn't so interested in making the kind of statement that Luke does. This of course will lead to major complications that will take Luke and Noah in a new direction. There is also going to be a huge tragedy within the Snyder family that will no doubt affect the boys.
In other news, Dylan Bruce (Chris) has been dropped to recurring, meaning the actor is no longer on contract.
(08/25)- Lily gives her approval to Holden and Carly; Alison receives a proposal; Dani sets her sights on Chris.
(08/26)- Chris is set-up; Holden and Lily attempt to reconcile; Emily has a streak of jealousy at the sight of Casey and a woman.
(08/27)- James Stenbeck makes a shocking return to Oakdale; Meg is in a dangerous situation; Liberty has issues.
(08/28)- Brad wants payback from Parker; Jack and Carly team up; Paul receives an interesting offer from James.
(08/29)- Janet's apology falls on deaf ears; Brad attempts to protect Liberty; Chris and Alison are close.
AS THE WORLD TURNS, CBS/Global”We have a lot of very dramatic twists and turns in relationships. There’s a lot of big story. I think that every character during the course of the fall has a lot of major events one form or another,” enthuses scribe Jean Passanante. Translation: Except for Noah and Luke — duh!
WHAT THEY SAY: Jack and Carly redux!
• Jack and Carly grow closer when Brad implicates G.I. Joe in a scandal he created. Jack and Janet may not survive this ordeal, which involves Liberty. Shocker… not! • Will Dusty’s return break up Emily and Casey? And will anyone care? • Alison dumps Aaron before they wed when Chris explodes: “Hairy chest or shaved, bitch? Decide now!” • Lucinda is Oakdale’s hottest cougar when Brian makes her his bitch. • Henry’s life is turned upside down thanks to James. Look for a new character named Derek to be a catalyst in this story. • Will Meg carry her baby to term? Let’s hope not. • Stop the presses: Luke and Noah face their biggest challenge ever: their second year of college! • A Snyder family tragedy rocks Oakdale to its core!
WHAT I SAY: Martha Byrne is back as… Rose!
• Martha Byrne returns as Rose! • Noah and Luke decide to leave Oakdale when they perfect a fabulous drag act! Later, Noah realizes: “I’m straight, ‘yo!” Luke suffers a nervous breakdown when he realizes Liberty and Lucinda get more action than he does and he becomes a Rev. Phelps disciple. ATWT fans flock to Night Shift. Or watch Passions re-runs. • Damian returns to win Lily’s heart — and wins it. Later, he bangs Oakdale’s biggest slut, Carly. Poor Lily! • The writers penning the sensational Carly-Holden-Lily and Emily-Chris-Margo storylines are forced to write the rest of the show and Irna Phillips finally rests in peace.