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Soccer disruptions on CBS in western timezones.
Tues. April 30, Wed. May 1st,
and Wed. May 8.
NOTE -- Normal soaps schedule Tues. May 7.
As in previous weeks, you know the drill, you might need to watch via different time/channel or online.
Details on page 2 of the soccer thread:


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zap2it.com (Link)

Monday, May 6, 2024 on CBS
(Fri. May 3 on Global-Canada)
Episode #12863 (CBS Season 51, Episode 148)
Victor gives Jordan a taste of her own medicine.
Jack comes clean with Diane.
Summer holds Kyle accountable for his actions.


Tuesday, May 7, 2024 on CBS
(Mon. May 6 on Global-Canada)
Episode #12864 (CBS Season 51, Episode 149)

(soaps should air normally Tuesday with no planned disruptions)

Victor covers his tracks with Cole.
Chelsea and Adam await news on Connor's progress.
Ashley alters her fight for control.


Wednesday, May 8, 2024 on CBS
(Tues. May 7 on Global-Canada)
Episode #12865 (CBS Season 51, Episode 150)

Lily makes a tough decision.
Tucker catches Ashley off guard.
Nate tests the waters with Audra.

*** Y&R might be disrupted for some CBS viewers
on Wednesday May 8,
due to CBS coverage of European soccer.
(as noted above-thread)


Thursday, May 9, 2024 on CBS
(Wed. May 8 on Global-Canada)
Episode #12866 (CBS Season 51, Episode 151)
Jordan tries to strike a deal with Victor.
Diane gives Jack an ultimatum.
Phyllis gives Summer sound advice.


Friday, May 10, 2024 on CBS
(Thurs. May 9 on Global-Canada)
Episode #12867 (CBS Season 51, Episode 152)
Victor plays his cards close to the vest.
Victoria defends Claire.
Phyllis spars with Diane.

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Josh Griffith participated on Tuesday (May 7) at “Changing the Narrative: Children’s Mental Health in Entertainment & Media,” a panel presented by The Kids Mental Health Foundation and the Mental Health Storytelling Coalition.

"In discussing the genesis of Y&R‘s OCD storyline, Griffith shared during the panel how his own daughter struggled with the disorder for years, yet was not actually diagnosed until age 26."

“It’s going to be a very emotional and ultimately gratifying journey to a better place for Connor psychologically,” says Griffith. “But it only started in March, and we’ve got a good ways to go.”

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yes, I'm sure those struggling with OCD or parents of children struggling with OCD appreciate the narrative that they should all be institutionalized. And I'm sure those struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts also like how Chelsea is being partially blamed for her son's OCD. Yikes on yikes. 


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Yeah, I hate to be insensitive to JG’s personal life but what’s he’s written is nothing to be proud of at all. Depressing and boring especially with Connor being institutionalized. Who the hell writes that crud?

Meanwhile for next week from Soap Opera News:

The Young and the Restless Spoilers Monday, May 13, 2024 – Episode #12868

Christine and Danny start a new chapter, Devon and Nate strategize about an exit plan for Billy, and Adam comforts Chelsea.

Y&R Spoilers Tuesday, May 14, 2024 – Episode #12869

Lily receives shocking news from Jill, Daniel swallows his pride, and Audra questions Tucker’s loyalty.

Y&R Spoilers Wednesday, May 15, 2024 – Episode #12870

Ashley’s devise a dangerous plan, Sally finds herself at a crossroads, and Tucker proves himself to Devon.

Y&R Spoilers Thursday, May 16, 2024 – Episode #12871

Phyllis’ plan to support Daniel backfires, Audra makes a power move, and Abby’s loyalty is tested.

The Young and the Restless Spoilers Friday, May 17, 2024 – Episode #12872

Victor’s revenge plot against Jordan takes a dangerous turn, Nick confides in Phyllis, and Kyle vetoes Summer’s decision about Claire.

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SoapOperaNews.net has a typo.

They said:

Wed. May 15 "Ashley’s devise a dangerous plan."

The real spoiler could be any of the following:
"Ashley devises"
or "The Ashleys devise"
or " [name of one of Ashley's alters] devises"


Edit:  update: per zap2it (Link) it's supposed to say
"Ashley devises a dangerous plan."

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Conner Floyd (Chance) had been on contract. 
Now apparently dropped to recurring?

He was listed in his usual place in closing credits as contract on April 26 CDN (April 29 US).

Removed from contract closing credits as of May 7 CDN (May 8 US)

Latest credits aired May 14 CDN (May 15 US), still no C.Floyd.

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People used to blame Robert Adamson for Noah not getting storylines but I had repeatedly said that regardless of which actor is cast, the writers never seemed to be able to write an age appropriate story for that character since he reached adulthood. It seems like the writers are incapable of writing for more than one character in any given age group at a time, e.g. if both Noah and Kyle are on the canvas, they can only write adequate stories for one and the writers have obviously chosen Kyle. Similar to how it has always been once Chelsea and Chloe were on the canvas simultaneously. 

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