At Morgan's house, Taylor is tied to the fireplace. She has complete freedom of movement except for the one leg that is tied. Morgan brings food to Taylor, which she promptly throws in Morgan's face. Of course, Morgan is furious and tells her that she doesn't care if she starves. Morgan actually believes that she is doing Taylor a favor by letting her out of the basement. She tells her that her child is alive upstairs. Morgan continues to blame all of her problems on everyone else. She still blames Stephanie for the death of her first child and Taylor for the death of the second one. Taylor tries to convince Morgan that she needs help. She tells her that she wished that they could still be friends. Morgan tells her that a true friend would have understood why she did what she did and that Taylor didn't try to see her side of things. Taylor wishes now that she could have acted differently, but Morgan doesn't buy any of it. She believes that Taylor just wants her in jail, but Taylor tries to convince her that she wouldn't do that. Morgan gets her purse and prepares to leave. She says that she is going to visit Ridge because he is lonely since Taylor abandoned him. Taylor screams at Morgan to leave Ridge alone because it would never work between them, but Morgan leaves anyway.
Rick is talking on the phone with Amber. He calls off the wedding. They both decide to go on with their lives. Rick is picturing the kiss between Amber and Deacon and asks if she has something to tell him. She says that she doesn't and asks him if he has something to tell her. He doesn't say anything either. She asks him about Little Eric and he calls the baby little Deacon instead. Amber is upset that he would refer to their child as little Deacon. Rick doesn't want to talk any longer and says good-bye to her. Amber is holding Little Eric when Deacon enters. He is concerned when he sees her crying, but she doesn't want to talk about it. She tells him that she needs time alone and he leaves. Meanwhile, Rick is explaining to Brooke and Thorne that it is over between him and Amber. He tells them that he saw her kissing Deacon. He decides to go home, but they persuade him to stay. He goes outside to think. Brooke places a call to Amber and tells her that Rick was well rid of her and calls her a tramp. Amber can't believe that Brooke can be so cruel. She tries to get Brooke to understand that she loves Rick and that no one could love him as much as she does. She mentions how much Rick loved the baby, but Brooke quickly tells her that the baby isn't Rick's and he shouldn't be saddled with that responsibility at his young age. She says that when she was Amber's age and in love, she was faithful to that person, but that Amber wasn't capable of that. After they hang up, Amber is crying again and we see Rick on the patio distressed as well.