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Monday, June 17, 2013

Billy Clyde thanked a tailor for meeting him in his hotel room, and the tailor replied that he'd made an exception, since Billy Clyde had mentioned Palmer's name. Billy Clyde revealed that he needed some "fancy-ass duds," but the tailor huffed that he catered to an exclusive clientele, and Billy Clyde bragged that he was moving up in terms of exclusivity. The tailor directed Billy Clyde to a department store, but Billy Clyde insisted upon having the same kind of custom suits that Palmer had worn. Billy Clyde ordered the tailor to get the fitting started.

Billy Clyde pressed the tailor to reveal details about how Palmer had lived his life, but the tailor replied that his clients valued their privacy. Billy Clyde pointed out that Palmer was "in the bosom of Abraham," and he continued to push for specifics about what Palmer had preferred to eat and drink. The tailor haughtily stated that Palmer had been a gentleman with sophistication and impeccable taste. Billy Clyde thanked the tailor for his insight, and the tailor handed Billy Clyde a quote for a single suit. The tailor asked if Billy Clyde needed time to think about it, but Billy Clyde presented the tailor with an envelope stuffed with cash and ordered a half-dozen suits, one of which he needed by that evening.

A sleeping Celia dreamed about kissing Pete, but she saw the creepy man, and she screamed. Heather rushed in and woke Celia up. Celia confided that she had also seen the man when she had been awake, and he had appeared out of nowhere but had suddenly vanished. Celia feared that she was losing her mind, and she divulged that she had researched that other people had experienced similar visions.

Heather mentioned that she had studied hallucinatory visions in psychology class, and she questioned whether Celia had seen the man during stressful situations. Celia estimated that her visions had started around the time she'd begun dating Pete, and Heather theorized that Celia was freaked out about what Pete expected from her. Celia grumbled that she had been worried for nothing, because Pete was already getting it from someone else.

Pete and Colby woke up together, and she struggled to find a word to describe the night before. He called it mind-blowing, overwhelming, and staggering, and she agreed with all three adjectives. She purred that it was funny that she wasn't tired yet, and she kissed him passionately. Pete remarked that Colby had learned a lot in Paris, and they continued to frolic in bed. Opal was shocked when she entered to drop off some coffee for Pete.

Colby seductively noted that Pete was already up, and Opal turned away in disgust. Pete said that he'd be down in a few minutes, and Colby instructed Opal to leave the coffee. Opal testily inquired whether there was anything else she could get for Colby, and Colby requested organic strawberries. Opal told her to hurry back to the Chandler mansion for them. Opal exited, and Colby teased Pete for being afraid that he'd be grounded. Colby realized that he was just as turned on as she was, and they kissed.

JR worked out in the Chandler living room, and AJ asked if Miranda was downstairs yet. JR offered to make them breakfast, but AJ replied that he and Miranda were going to Jane's Addiction. AJ hesitantly requested that JR give him the steroids back, and JR recalled that AJ had told him to get rid of them. AJ said that he needed to return the drugs, but JR claimed that he had thrown them out.

AJ explained that the teammate who had given him the steroids was "being a prick about it," and JR demanded to know the kid's name. AJ balked, but he eventually admitted that it had been Kyle. JR recognized the name as one of AJ's childhood friends, and he couldn't believe that Kyle was using, but AJ responded that everyone was. Miranda descended the stairs, and she and AJ left.

A man named Randy entered the mansion, looking for Colby, and JR informed him that she wasn't home. Randy said that he'd wait, and JR reported that Colby wasn't answering her phone, but he'd let her know that Randy had stopped by. Randy insisted upon staying until she got back, and he plopped down on the couch. JR claimed that Colby wouldn't be back, but Randy refused to leave, because Colby had taken something of his, and he wasn't leaving until he got it back.

Colby tried to sneak out, but Opal caught her and demanded to know what she was up to. Colby swore that she wasn't working an angle, but Opal noted how quickly Colby had wormed her way into Pete's bed. Opal remembered when Colby wouldn't give Pete the time of day, and she suspected that Colby's feelings had changed since Pete had become a hotshot with a fat wallet. Opal accused Colby of trying to jump on the Cortlandt gravy train, and Colby barked that Opal had done exactly that when Opal had attached herself to Palmer. JR called Colby and informed her that Randy was there.

Colby returned home and dragged Randy into the foyer, where she threw cash at him and ordered him out. He warned that it been a stupid move for her and her "boy toy" to hit up Randy's stash, and he left. JR entered and inquired whether Randy's visit had been connected to the $20,000 Colby had requested earlier. She snapped that it wasn't any of his business, because he'd let Brooke roll over him and take control of everything. JR argued that he was doing everything he could to get up to speed, but Colby snapped that he wasn't doing it fast enough, and she'd only listen to him once he found "the balls to stand up to that bitch."

Pete showed Opal an online photo of some loft apartments across from Cortlandt Electronics, and he said that he was thinking about renting one, since he would be staying in Pine Valley longer than he'd expected. Opal argued that Cortlandt Manor was his home, but he asserted that he was too old to share a place with her forever. Opal promised to respect his privacy the next time he was with Colby, but he said that it wouldn't happen again. Opal mentioned Celia, but Pete remarked that things were over between them. Opal expressed relief, because she thought Celia had a dark aura, and she revealed that a hug from Celia had sent a shiver up her spine. Opal advised Pete to steer clear of Celia.

Miranda and AJ met Celia and Heather at Jane's Addiction, and Heather excitedly mentioned that she had the same Velvet Underground shirt that AJ was wearing. Heather and AJ gushed over the band's music, and Heather asked Miranda what her favorite Velvet Underground album was, but Miranda wasn't familiar with the group. AJ asked whether Heather would like to see Lou Reed at his next concert in Philadelphia, and he suggested that Heather swing by his house to listen to some tracks that weren't available online.

While on their way to school, Miranda noted that AJ had invited Heather over, and he asked if it had been weird that he had done so. Miranda remarked that Heather was nice and totally into him, but AJ hadn't thought about Heather in that way. Miranda questioned why not, because Heather was smart and funny, and AJ added that Heather was hot and had excellent taste in music. He thanked Miranda for having his back, but she was clearly not thrilled about AJ and Heather's growing closeness.

Angie arrived at the police station, worried because she'd been unable to reach Jesse. She asked an officer if something had happened to Cassandra, and he reported that Jesse had been out looking for Cassandra all night. He added that Jesse had vowed not to return until he'd found her. Meanwhile, Jesse anxiously checked his phone, and he crumpled onto a bench in exasperation.

Cassandra remained motionless on the floor. David arrived at the Hubbard home, and he found the front door ajar. He discovered Cassandra, and he checked for a pulse and dialed 9-1-1 to report a possible heroin overdose.

Jesse returned to the police station, and Angie figured that he was ready to drop, but he wanted to grab some coffee and continue the search. An officer rushed in and told Jesse to listen to the police radio, and they heard David's voice on the 9-1-1 call. Meanwhile, David performed CPR and begged Cassandra to stay with him. The ambulance arrived, and David explained what had happened. One of the paramedics felt for Cassandra's pulse, and another told David to step back.

David said that he was a physician, and he noticed the track marks on Cassandra's arm. Angie and Jesse raced in, and David recounted how he'd found Cassandra. Angie tried to go to Cassandra's side, but Jesse held her back as the paramedics worked on Cassandra. Cassandra regained consciousness, and Angie assured her that Angie was right there. An EMT told Angie that she couldn't ride with Cassandra in the ambulance. "I am not leaving my child!" Angie bellowed.

Lea heard the door to Zach's hotel room open, and she burst in from her adjoining room with a gun. He indicated that he had only ordered room service. Over breakfast, Zach was surprised to learn that Lea had never been to a hockey game. She inquired what else he enjoyed besides watching grown men on skates, and he admired what she was wearing. She asked if his wife was a hockey fan, and he clarified that Kendall was his ex-wife.

Lea mentioned that she'd just learned that Kendall was Erica Kane's daughter, and she asked why Zach and Kendall had split. Zach clammed up, but he ultimately revealed that what had happened to Cassandra had almost happened to his sons, and Kendall had rightly thought that he'd put his family in danger. Lea realized that Zach still loved Kendall, and she observed that he seemed a little tense. She urged him to talk, and she assumed that it had been a tough breakup.

Zach stated that all breakups were rough, but Lea thought that they weren't hard if the people involved had stopped loving one another. He questioned whether she was speaking from experience, and she wouldn't give him a straight answer about whether she had been in love before. Zach complained that Lea had pushed him to talk about his private life, but she wouldn't discuss hers. She asserted that he was under investigation, and she agreed to drop the subject, but he thought that she was covering up something big. Lea received a call, and she reported that Cassandra had been found.

The paramedics rushed Cassandra to the hospital, and Angie tried to enter Cassandra's room, but the doctor refused to let her in. Joe intervened, and he advised Angie to wait. Joe assured her that Dr. Anders was the top doctor in his field, but Angie pleaded that her daughter needed her. David assured Angie that he'd known Dr. Anders for years, and he would trust with his own child in the doctor's hands. Angie calmed down, and she gazed through the window at Cassandra.

Dr. Anders announced that Cassandra was breathing on her own, but her recovery had a long way to go. Angie wanted to see Cassandra, and the doctor allowed her and Jesse to go in. Angie held Cassandra, who murmured that the men had done hurtful things to her. Angie assured Cassandra that they couldn't hurt her anymore, and she promised that they never would again.

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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

New episodes of All My Children now air Monday and Wednesday on Hulu, Hulu Plus, and iTunes. The most-recent episode will be available for free online viewing right here on soapcentral.com.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

At the hospital, Jesse, Zach, and Lea congregated outside of Cassandra's hospital room. Jesse was upset about everything that his daughter had gone through. Lea wondered how Cassandra, with no money or resources, had made her way to Jesse's house, but Jesse acted as if he had no clue about how it had happened.

Lea and Zach went to Jesse's place. Lea checked the front door but found no signs of forced entry. She asked if Zach thought Cassandra had used a key or had been in any condition to arrive there on her own. Zach asked if Lea thought someone had dumped Cassandra there.

Lea doubted the Koslovs would leave witnesses lying about, so she wondered who else would have dumped Cassandra off. Zach concluded that it had to have been someone who'd benefit from Uri's death. Zach noted that he'd been with Lea the whole time, so she'd have to look somewhere else for Uri's killer.

Back at the hospital, Dixie, Angie, and Jesse spoke to Dr. Anders about the long road ahead for Cassandra, who'd have to detoxify and undergo therapy. Anders didn't think it was wise for Dixie to be on the case, but Dixie asserted that her relationship with the family would benefit everyone involved.

Anders explained that they'd have to run a battery of tests for sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy, but Cassandra was lucky not to have suffered any broken bones or vaginal tearing, which was common in sex trafficking cases. Dixie advised getting Cassandra into therapy as soon as possible, and Angie wondered if her daughter would ever be the same.

Angie went into Cassandra's room, and as Jesse left to make a call, he ran into David, who asked if he could check on Cassandra. Jesse thoughtfully nodded and thanked David for saving Cassandra's life. Nodding, David entered Cassandra's room, and Angie thanked God that David had found Cassandra.

In another part of the corridor, Jesse called Uri and said he could kill Uri for what he'd done to Cassandra. Uri replied that he'd expected gratitude for delivering Cassandra home. Jesse asserted that he was ready to tell the Feds everything. Uri suggested that Jesse rethink that for his family's sake.

Uri relayed that Frankie and Randi had gone out to dinner the other night, and Randi had looked lovely in pink. Uri also remarked that Natalia and Brot were outstanding police officers, working their ways up in the ranks. Uri figured that Natalia and Randi could make him tons of money. Jesse called Uri a "bastard," but Uri advised Jesse to never forget that Uri owned him.

At the nurses' station, Dixie asked Anders what his problem was with her being on the Hubbard case. Anders murmured that she was close to the family. She guessed he thought she couldn't be objective, and she insisted that she merely wanted to help the family heal.

Anders asked if Dixie were married, and she said she was engaged. "Ah. How nice," Anders responded. He noted in Cassandra's file that Dixie was the therapist on record and remarked that Dixie had been highly recommended. Dixie asked if he'd checked up on her.

Ignoring the question, Anders said Cassandra would need a lot of therapy. Dixie reasoned that was why she and Anders needed to work closely together. She asked if he could do that, and he stiffly responded that he looked forward to working with her. Dixie stared at him with confusion as he left.

In Cassandra's room later, Angie comforted Cassandra as she sobbed and told her mother and Dixie about the pills and the injections that her captors had forced upon her. Cassandra said she was sorry, and they'd forced her to do things. Angie replied that Cassandra had nothing to be sorry for.

Jessie, Lea, and Zach entered, and Cassandra cried that her captors had been about to ship her somewhere. She said that she'd heard Jesse's voice, and she'd known that she'd be okay. Angie flashed a questioning look at her husband.

At Cortlandt Manor, Opal opened her door to find Gretchen Seager, a realtor, on the doorstep. A client of Gretchen's wanted Opal's house and was prepared to pay a hefty sum for it. Surprised, Opal said it was her family home, and it wasn't for sale. Gretchen began to speak, but Opal shut the door.

On the set of Talk Tempo, Brooke introduced Celia to Dimitri and suggested that Dimitri take Celia on as an intern. Celia jumped at the chance to take the position but then murmured that her guardian probably wouldn't let her take it. Dimitri doubted the guardian would deny Celia the opportunity. "You'd be surprised," Brooke replied, but she offered to work on it for Celia and Dimitri.

As Dimitri, Celia, and Brooke prepared for their interview with David, Pete and Opal arrived. Brooke was surprised to see Pete because her interview was with David. Remarking that David was his partner, Pete asserted that he was there to make sure the show's desire for ratings didn't wind up sliming his company. He refused to let his business be a casualty of people's grudges against David.

Dimitri introduced himself to Pete and said that, though Palmer and Dimitri hadn't seen eye-to-eye on many things, he'd respected Palmer. Dimitri conveyed that Brooke was only interested in the truth. Though Pete respected Brooke, he felt that the truth could be tricky. Dimitri stated that it was Pete's problem to learn how to deal with that.

Elsewhere, Celia retrieved some interview notes and encountered Opal, who asked how Celia was faring after the breakup with Pete. Opal said that it'd be hard, but Celia had to let Pete go. Opal added that at least Pete wasn't leaving Celia alone in a drafty mansion as he was doing to Opal.

Celia asked if Pete was returning to California. Opal said he was moving across town to a loft near Cortlandt because he needed his privacy for entertaining. Celia frowned and turned to leave with the notes for Brooke, but Opal offered to take them because she was headed into the studio.

Opal strode on-set and beamed with excitement to see Brooke in her talk show setting. Opal was even more excited to see Dimitri, who she said was as heart-stopping as ever. Opal plied him with questions, and laughing, Dimitri hugged her and said it was good to see her.

Opal figured that Erica would spitting mad that she'd missed Dimitri. Opal explained that last she'd heard, Erica had been on a plane to an exotic location, and no one knew when Erica would return.

Opal invited Dimitri and Alex to dinner. Dimitri accepted but said it would just be him. "You're single?" Opal stammered. Brooke sternly said that Dimitri was in Pine Valley to serve as her executive producer. Opal exclaimed that it was the best news she'd heard in a dog's day, and she hugged him.

Later, Opal was standing nearby when Pete and Celia encountered each other. Celia mentioned that she'd heard he was moving, and Pete said he needed to be closer to the business. She quipped that a grown boy needed his privacy for entertaining, and she was glad that he was having so much fun. Pete wondered why she'd care after breaking up with him.

When Celia strode off, Pete sprang from his seat to ask Opal if she'd told Celia that he'd wanted his own place so he could entertain. Opal said Celia had connected the dots herself, but he could prove it wrong by not moving out. Pete said that no one could take care of him like his mother, but his loft had everything he needed. Kissing Opal's cheek, he said it was almost as good as living with his mother.

Pete strode off, and Opal called someone to say she'd changed her mind about the matter they'd discussed earlier.

After the call, Opal found Pete and asked if he were upset with her for talking to Celia. Pete asked if Opal had told Celia about Colby. Opal promised she hadn't mentioned Colby but hoped Pete wouldn't date her. Pete replied that Colby was just a friend, but Celia was different. Opal asked if he were over Celia. "Totally," he replied in an unconvincing tone.

Outside the café later, Celia apologized to Evelyn for being late, and Evelyn asked if Celia was okay. Celia murmured that she'd seen Pete, but she added that, on the bright side, Brooke had offered Celia an internship with the talk show. Evelyn thought it was very exciting, but Celia figured that her guardian would find reasons to forbid it. Evelyn believed that the job was best for Celia and promised to convince the guardian of it.

At Opal's house, Gretchen welcomed Billy Clyde to his new home. She was amazed that the owner had decided to sell. As she handed Billy Clyde the paperwork, she asked if he wanted her to negotiate a better deal because he was paying hundreds of thousands of dollars over market value for it. Billy Clyde replied that it was quite all right because he was still richer than God.

At the Chandler mansion, JR pulled out some steroids but hid them when Cara entered. Cara was fired up because JR was pushing himself too hard in his workouts. JR promised to take it easy, but he said that he was still determined to get back to work as soon as possible.

Cara's mother text-messaged Cara a picture of Oliver on the beach. Cara instantly smiled. She wished she could have just one hour with Oliver because he knew how to make things better. JR figured that Oliver had gotten that from Cara, his mother. Grinning, Cara suggested that she and JR take a walk.

As Cara and JR strode by the café later, JR remarked that Oliver and Cara had to miss each other. Cara said she didn't have a choice because she couldn't risk David learning that Oliver was alive. JR cited that she was losing time with Oliver that she'd never get back. She sadly stated that it was what it was.

Cara ducked into Jane's Addiction to get some brownies for Oliver's next care package. JR whipped out his phone and made a call to ask someone to do him a favor.

When Cara and JR returned to the mansion, Cara wished JR could meet her son. She saw an envelope on the table, and handing it to JR, she said it was for him. JR replied that it was actually for her. While she opened it, he said that she and her son couldn't go to each other, but they could meet at an amusement park.

Cara gasped, looking at the tickets inside the envelope, and JR said the Chandler jet was ready to travel. Cara replied that it was too much for her to accept, but he said she had to because it was for Oliver. Cara called JR incredible, but he said he'd merely known that she missed her son. With a hug, she thanked JR.

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Thursday, June 20, 2013

New episodes of All My Children now air Monday and Wednesday on Hulu, Hulu Plus, and iTunes. The most-recent episode will be available for free online viewing right here on soapcentral.com.

The ten most-recent episodes will always be available for on-demand viewing on Hulu. For additional viewing options or to be able to view episodes that are older than the ten most-recent, you may want to subscribe to Hulu Plus. For information on how to watch episodes, please click here.

If you've fallen behind or haven't yet decided if you want to watch All My Children, you can watch a free 30-minute catch up video of the first three weeks of AMC action. Click here to watch now.

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Friday, June 21, 2013

New episodes of All My Children now air Monday and Wednesday on Hulu, Hulu Plus, and iTunes. The most-recent episode will be available for free online viewing right here on soapcentral.com.

The ten most-recent episodes will always be available for on-demand viewing on Hulu. For additional viewing options or to be able to view episodes that are older than the ten most-recent, you may want to subscribe to Hulu Plus. For information on how to watch episodes, please click here.

If you've fallen behind or haven't yet decided if you want to watch All My Children, you can watch a free 30-minute catch up video of the first three weeks of AMC action. Click here to watch now.

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