I enjoyed today's show. Sonny is about as angry as I expected him to be. I like Sonny/"Mike"/Nina together but his anger rang true today and I think he said a lot of stuff that made sense. His biggest issue with Nina is that her lies kept him away from his loved ones and his life. It makes sense. I also like that he referenced he could have given Lenny/Phyllis a better life by wiping away their debts had he known who he was sooner and Lenny could have had more peace while he was alive. I hope he does end up looking out for Phyllis. Maybe he will buy Charlies for her. He did seem like he still had feelings for Nina, when he was crying when she was talking about their connection. And he flashed back to kissing her though, he told her that Mike is more. Maybe he will be shown struggling more about his feelings for her as he tries to get back to his old life.
Jason and Carly also talked a bit about their connection. I thought they seemed more like friends today again, than people who just claimed they were in love with each other. One reason for that is because they seem more accepting of their situation going back to the way it was. As opposed to Nina who still is acting like she really loves "Mike" and won't be able to let him and the memories of their relationship go. I'm not sure how much we might really see Jason/Carly struggling with their feelings going forward it may not be much.
I like that Spencer was telling Nikolas how much he liked Trina today, though he tried to say they were just friends. I will say he actually seemed happy about Esme today, more happy than I've seen him ever be around her. I do think that may have been funnelled by him being happy that he reconciled with Nik, and also Sonny being alive. I enjoyed his enthusiasm happiness about Sonny being alive when Esme told him. I think that Nicholas Chavez captured the essence of loving Sonny the way that young Spencer did. It will be nice to see them in scenes again, especially before things go south after Spencer is exposed.
I also thought that Scott was amusing when him and Britt/Maxie were speculating were Liesl was at and I liked the Victor/Liesl scenes. I am liking Charles S. as Victor.
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There was no mention of pistol-whipping but she did show up with his protegé Bobby Womack, who apparently wore Sam's clothes, that she married four months later. The obituary also mentioned that she shot Womack when she found him in bed with her teenage daughter (who later married Womack's brother Cecil). The bullet grazed Bobby Womack's temple.
A few people have expressed irritation for rehashing these details in the obituary, especially since the family hadn't publicly announced the death.
Also, I had heard of the duo Womack & Womack but I didn't know that they were compromised of her daughter (who changed her name) and Cecil Womack.