Tension is in the air leading to the moment of the séance (which they showed on the last episode of the week as I suspected; Friday cliffhangers are always more intense) in Episodes #166-170. So I'll basically cut the crap and to the chase!
- David comes back from the cottage the next morning and Carolyn almost literally suffocates him with love. He's alright but acts a bit firestare-y. He felt Josette's presence and scent so knew he was alright with his mother. Wants to spend more time with her.
- Joe and Maggie are officially an item now. They know it, Carolyn knows it (and is mature about it, can you believe it) and heck even Burke Devlin knows it.
- Speaking of Burke, after another intimate talk with Laura, he suspects Dr. Guthrie is a detective. They meet up where witty remarks fly back and forth. Burke says he'll find out who he really is (most people in town know him as a mere psychologist -minus the para prefix). He also bullies Sam Evans for being friendly with Guthrie. He's getting to be a major ass.
|Burke's feeble threats have|
no effect on Dr. Guthrie
- Carolyn can't strain herself from confronting Laura about her mother. Laura once again implicity throws threats against which Carolyn stays steel hard.
|Liz Collins Stoddard Jr|
Aaand finally the séance:
|A séance can be sensual|
Dr. Guthrie suspects Laura may be planting visions in David's head in the form of dreams. He offers to contact Josette's spirit as he thinks she is trying to help but doesn't have enough power to openly do so. Vicki and Carolyn consent, Roger the buttmonkey doesn't but sarcastically agrees to join anyway. Guthrie also invites Laura; she panics and declines. Vicki has a gut feeling something will happen to her. Carolyn has a breakdown upon learning her mother doesn't have much time and calls the séance off at the last minute. Then she calms down, matures up and wants to go ahead with it. They hold the séance on a stormy night. Eventually, Josette's spirit overtakes Vicki's body who moans and moans. Right before she's to speak, SWING open the doors of the drawing room and stands in the doorway a dark cloaked figure: Laura Collins!!!!!!
|"Eyes of Laura |
Here's something to cheer us up after the fatigue of the séance:
Alexandra Moltke, aka our lovely Vicki Winters, holding the slate and sending us kisses. It was fun to see her do a dramatic scene right after this.