Really? Olivia now knows about Derek being Julian? And having her go on about being a woman Sonny can trust with the business, about her needing him to be able to talk to her and tell her what's going on?
The man she kept their son away from for over twenty plus years because of his business, the reason her son almost died, because of Sonny's business tactics when it comes to "traitors" in his camp, and yet now she's suddenly all preened and prepped to become little miss Mob Molly?
Give me a flipping break. I wondered if there was any way to make the character even more unlikable and nonredeemable, but Ron just keeps hitting them right out of the ballpark, imho.
With all the mood swings Maxie is going through, I wonder if they might try the angle of Postpartum depression with her, especially if the trial gets ugly and she begins to fear she might actually lose her daughter.
Imo, Tyler really isn't coming through in his scenes lately. I think he's a fairly competent actor, but he just seems like he's prodding through.
If I were Jason being forced to portray Patrick as such a dumbbell I'd be picketing outside of the head writers' offices. A man so in love with his dead wife he's seeking to "cure" himself of the affection/affliction by marrying another woman he's hardly be able to choke out the words "I love you" to, oh yeah, that's compelling TV. You suck Ron.
Sabrina has a lot of nerve going to the man she last barked orders at to stay away from her, for good, to tell him about her new engagement and then, after hearing the truth from him, as last time, she once again storms off in a huff. What a little bitch.
Loved seeing more Julian, and at least he's been made aware of some key information, though Alexis stopped just short of telling him about Lucas. I'd loved for him to be the one to uncover his son on his own, personally, maybe he thinks Sam found another relative through one
of Ava's trysts, but stumbles across the information about Lucas' birth.
As weird as it seems, having Ilene as Ava's mother makes sense to me somehow. Perhaps because both actresses have their own, shall we say, "unique" acting styles which could play very well off one another.