On the morning of Ryan’s wedding, Nick passes along some hopeful words about Victor; as Victoria prepares for her big day, Trisha enters the bridal room and carries out a sinister plan with a dull “thunk.”
Where would a soap opera be without doubles, and unrealistic schemes? Posing as “Marge” and slinging hash in Joe’s diner, Kay considers a nefarious plan and a fresh start. Ahh, the magic of television knows no bounds.
Snapper visits Sally and expresses his doubts about the gravity of Chuckie’s kidney condition. Defensive and angry, Sally asks him to leave. Meanwhile, Leroy and Cash throw a welcome back party for Nikki and Victor is captivated with her dancing.
Tune in for the infidelity, stay for the cougar in a catfight. Diane talks to Michael about Vicki, and Jill goes through Phillip’s belongings, maybe finding something of value. Kay interrupts; the women have words…and a lady gets choked.
Sometimes, unfortunately, you do choose your family. After speaking with Vicki’s father, Cole joins Vicki in the horse stable. She suggests they run away together in married bliss, but he refuses, and has no option but to tell her the icky truth.
After Victor sees a picture of Brad and Jack on the wall, Victor and Jack enter a heated discussion about the past and future of Newman Enterprises. Words are exchanged, and valuable wall portraits become kindling.
Nikki and Sharon have a covert meeting with Larry in a dangerous part of the city at night. Larry takes them down into the sewer system to offer proof of Cameron’s death. He uncovers the body, but is it Cameron?