This week we’ve got our first annual GOOL Summer Preview to help you get set
for what’s coming up on your favorite soap operas, as well as all sorts of other dish. GOOL Theater features some All That Matters clips you won’t want to
miss, as well as the first in our series of clips featuring the return of out
actor Thom Bierdz to The Young and the
Speaking of Y&R,
we’ve got the latest scoop on more gays coming to Genoa City
and the hottest casting news As The World
Turns has had since Noah Mayer came to town. Plus, SNAPSHOTS AND SOAP STUD
OF THE WEEK!
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FEATURE: SUMMER TV PREVIEW
IN MY HUMBLE OPINION (IMHO)
SCOOPS & SPOILERS
BITS & PIECES
RATINGS & RANKINGS
SOAP STUD OF THE WEEK
QUESTION OF THE WEEK
SUMMER TV PREVIEW
Welcome to our first annual GOOL Summer Preview! Here you’ll find the
lowdown on what’s to come on all your favorite soaps and dramas over the next
several months. From Germany to Genoa City to London,
and even to the depths of outer space, we’ve got the dish you’ll need to keep
you glued to the screen despite the warm weather outside.
WARNING! This section contains
spoilers, so please skip ahead if you don’t want to know! You have been warned…
Gay law clerk Charlie Sagansky is
back, but will he
continue to choose his career over love?
the Bar — This legal drama is
back for a second season of 15 episodes and features Jonathan Scarfe as gay law
clerk Charlie Sagansky. Finally out of the closet, this season Charlie adjusts
to life as an openly gay man. Charlie will have his chances at romance, but his
primary goal in life remains to someday be a judge and he is determined not to
let anything — or anyone — get in the way of that.
Christian’s return to boxing puts his
life at risk.
Can Olli talk some sense into him?
Love — The road ahead is
rocky for our German lovers as Olli’s ownership of No Limits continues to cause
problems between the two. How rocky? When the conflict gets to be too much,
Olli fires an outraged Christian who mistakenly believes Olli gave him the boot
so he could flirt with guys at work. Eventually, Olli makes Christian realize
he did it because he loved him and working together was creating too much stress
on their relationship. So everything is fine now, right?
Not so fast. Soon after Christian decides to return to boxing, he discovers
he suffers from a heart condition and if he continues boxing, it could cost him
his life. Will Christian give up his dream or continue putting his life at
risk? It won’t be option number two if Olli has anything to say about it!