Hard to believe Turkey Day is almost upon us, and the CBS Daytime soaps will certainly have some dysfunctional Thanksgiving familial dinners with all the trimmings!
On The Young and the Restless, Thanksgiving comes to Genoa City on the Wednesday, November 26th episode when Victor Newman (Eric Braden) and Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) host Thanksgiving dinner for friends, family and a few unexpected guests at the Newman Ranch. Meanwhile, the rest of the Newman family are at an important crossroads as Nicholas Newman (Joshua Morrow) finds himself in a life altering predicament, Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) decides to find out who her baby’s father is and Adam Newman (Justin Hartley) prepares to reclaim his life under a new identity. Across town, Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) and his fiancée Phyllis Newman (Gina Tognoni) spend Thanksgiving making up for lost time after she spent the last year in a coma. Will Phyllis finally get the happy ending she’s been waiting for?
On The Bold and the Beautiful look for the Wednesday November 26th episode to brings the Forresters, Logans and Spencers together at the Forrester Mansion for a Thanksgiving Day filled with food, forgiveness and gratitude on Pam Douglas (Alley Mills) and Charlie Baker (Dick Christie) prepare the perfect meal for the group and as everyone settles in, Hope Logan (Kim Matula) announces that they will be continuing the tradition of putting their conflict aside, whether it is in love, business or family, she implores them to say something kind to the person next to them. For a moment in time it seems that all is right in the world, but for two people, we see that the feelings that they have for each other are still undeniable.
So how do you think these families Thanksgiving gatherings will go down? What would you like to see happen? Food fights? Smooches? Revelations? Comment below!