At Jimmy's Bar, Daniel was kissing Eden on the lips when Daisy and Phyllis, holding baby Lucy, arrived in search of the wayward groom. Abby moved in closer and stood beside Kyle to listen when Daisy approached her husband and said, "Excuse me!" Eden replied, "What do you want?" Daisy told Eden that she didn't look like the kind of girl who would "make out" with a married man.
Eden was shocked and asked Daniel if he'd married Daisy. Abby, horrified, exclaimed, "No way!" Phyllis turned her back to the awkward scene to shield the baby. Daniel wiped Eden's lipstick off his lips when Daisy prompted him to admit the truth.
Phyllis handed Lucy over to Daisy before ordering Daniel to follow her to a corner for a private discussion. Daniel told his mom that he'd had nothing to drink when she asked if he was drunk. Phyllis conjectured that Daniel had married Daisy, left his bride on her wedding night, and decided to "make out" with Eden at the bar because he'd lost his mind. Phyllis lightly bopped Daniel on his forehead with the back of her hand and told him they needed to have a serious discussion at another location.
Daniel later apologized to Eden and admitted that he'd failed to mention something. Eden replied, "Yeah, something like, 'Eden I am married.'" Daniel stormed out. Daisy warned Eden to stay away from Daniel. After Phyllis, holding the baby, and Daisy left, Abby raced across the room and told Eden that Daisy had likely forced Daniel to marry her. Eden cried that Daniel had no excuse to treat her the way he did.
Abby and Eden seated themselves at a table and chatted with Kyle. Eden cried that she'd been humiliated, but Kyle pointed out that Daniel was an idiot. Abby concluded that Kyle and Eden were sleeping together when Kyle promised Eden that he'd always stand by her side as an added benefit of their special friendship. Abby, disgusted, exclaimed, "Noah, Daniel, and now Kyle -- is there anyone you haven't hooked up with yet?" Kyle attempted to quell the tense situation, but Eden replied, "I can handle your perfidious, self-righteous cousin. Eden suggested that her words had been too complicated for Abby and added, "Back off, bitch!" Abby seemed stunned.
Eden saw Ricky and ordered him to pack up and move out quickly, so she could return home. After Eden left the table, Abby warned Kyle to stay about from Eden. Kyle suggestively noted that Eden was "bad in a really good way." Abby seemed disgusted by Kyle's flippant response, but she warned him not to seek help if Eden ever began stalking him. Kyle later left with a young woman who'd flashed a flirtatious smile.
Eden later returned, and Abby chastised her for sleeping around with numerous young men. Eden claimed Abby was just jealous. Abby replied, "You're a stick-figured, ashram reject, who got dumped by my very smart cousin and then became a sleazy bed-hopper." Abby added that she'd warned Kyle to avoid Eden and would attempt to warn other young men, too. After Abby walked away, Eden grabbed a handful of unshelled peanuts and hurled them at her.
Kyle later approached Eden and apologized for Abby's behavior. Kyle invited Eden to spend time with him, but she opted to head home. Kyle offered to drive Eden home, but she said she'd drive herself home in her own car. Kyle seemed frustrated when Eden brushed off each of his proposals to spend time together.
Back at Daisy's apartment, Daniel took Lucy to the nursery. Phyllis asked Daisy to accompany her to the hallway to talk. Phyllis told Daisy that Daniel would never want a real relationship with her. Daisy replied, "How the hell do you know that?" Phyllis admitted that she'd used Daniel, even before he was born, to force Danny into marrying her.
Daisy seemed unmoved even when Phyllis recalled how she'd convinced herself that the man she'd trapped would eventually fall in love with her if they lived together as a family. Phyllis acknowledged that her plan had failed. Daisy claimed that her situation was different. Phyllis told Daisy that her reality would become replays of what had occurred at Jimmy's Bar because Daniel would continually seek women other than the one who'd trapped him. Daisy, sobbing, insisted that Daniel would not. Phyllis warned, "Don't do this."
After Phyllis left, Ricky approached Daisy in the hallway and told her that he'd heard about what had happened at Jimmy's Bar. Daisy replied, "Daniel will come around." Ricky told Daisy that she was either the dumbest or the most persistent person he'd ever met. Daisy noted that she'd found herself a new family, but she was dawdling in the hallway in order to avoid interaction with her dragon-lady mother-in-law. Daisy noted that Phyllis had claimed that their life situations were similar.
Ricky asked Daisy to describe the similarities between her life and Phyllis' life. Daisy explained that Phyllis had used Daniel to trap Danny Romalotti into marrying her and that Danny had later cheated on Phyllis. Daisy added that Phyllis believed Daniel, like Danny, wouldn't remain faithful. Daisy insisted that she wouldn't let her marriage be the same as Phyllis' had been.
After Daniel returned to the living room, Phyllis told him that he'd made the biggest mistake of his life and should have his marriage annulled. Phyllis warned that Daisy was too unpredictable. Daniel insisted that staying married to Daisy was in Lucy's best interest. When Daisy stepped back into the apartment, Daniel told Phyllis to leave. Phyllis warned that she'd return. Daisy glared at Phyllis.
Later, Daniel fell asleep on the sofa. Daisy, wearing a skimpy, black negligee, snuggled close to Daniel, but he didn't awaken. Daisy stroked Daniel's arm and said, "I know you don't love me, but I love you enough for the both of us. I know eventually you'll feel the same way. What happened tonight can never happen again!" Daisy emphasized her warning to Daniel about repeating his grave mistake. Daisy said that they had to make their marriage work for Lucy's sake, and she planted a kiss on Daniel's forehead. As Daisy left the room, Daniel opened his eyes and watched her.
While Phyllis waited for the elevator, she phoned Danny and told him to cancel his trip to Genoa City because Daniel had already married Daisy. Phyllis promised to update Danny about Daniel's situation. After the call ended, Phyllis stepped into the elevator. Ricky rushed in before the doors closed and depressed the button to stop the elevator. Phyllis glared at Ricky. He plucked his keys from his pocket and said, "Thought I'd forgotten my keys." Ricky restarted the elevator, but Phyllis remained pressed against the back wall.
Tucker banged on Abby's front door and called out to Ashley. Tucker yelled, "Ashley! I need to talk to you. Open up!" Tucker said that he'd seen Ashley's car, so he knew she was there. Ashley answered the door and told Tucker that she had nothing to say to him. Tucker professed his love to Ashley, and he begged her to let him inside. Tucker apologized and told Ashley that he regretted hurting her. Ashley wiped a tear from her cheek and recalled that Tucker had once told her he wasn't cut out for marriage.
Ashley said she should have believed Jack and Traci's claims that Tucker was no good. Ashley told Tucker that she'd defended him and had insisted to her siblings that Tucker's accident and recovery had changed him. Tucker cried, "I did change." Ashley told Tucker that he lived life the same way he conducted business. She said, "In one day you have the deal of a lifetime, and then the next day, something better comes along." Ashley noted that Tucker tossed out the old in favor of the new.
Tucker, insistent, told Ashley that she meant more to him than anyone or anything in the world. Ashley insisted that their relationship could not overcome what had happened. Tucker pleaded with Ashley to give herself time to get past the hurt and anger. Ashley said she would get past it. She further explained that she would do so on her own because their relationship was over.
Tucker begged Ashley for another chance, but Ashley told Tucker that he had single-handedly destroyed their marriage. Ashley, sobbing, told Tucker that he should walk away if he truly loved her. Abby returned home and ordered Tucker out of her house. Ashley told Tucker to leave and not return. After Tucker left, Abby said, "I hate him!" Ashley cried, "I hate him, too."
Later, Abby and Ashley donned cozy pajamas. Abby served her mother a glass of wine and treated her to a relaxing pedicure. Abby told Ashley that the most important thing in the world to Tucker was his fortune, and she reminded her mom that she and Tucker hadn't signed a pre-nuptial agreement. Ashley said she didn't need Tucker's money. Abby told her mom that she should hurt Tucker by taking his money.
Tucker went to Jimmy's Bar, ordered a drink, and instructed the bartender to leave the bottle on the bar. An attractive woman recognized Tucker and sat down beside him. She noted that it was her lucky night to find Tucker alone. Tucker told the woman that the only company he wanted was his bottle of booze. The woman said, "Your loss." After the woman left, Tucker said aloud to himself, "I lost."
At the hospital's rehabilitation clinic, Jack felt movement in one of his toes and called out to Sarge. Billy arrived, and Jack excitedly announced that his toe had moved. Billy removed Jack's shoe, but Jack was unable to move his toe again. Billy was unable to reach Sarge, so he summoned Dr. Issacs, Jack's neurologist. Jack cried, "This is the miracle I've been praying for!"
Dr. Issacs arrived and tested Jack's foot. Jack was devastated when he realized he still had no feeling in his lower limbs. Dr. Issacs explained that Jack's brain had recalled a sensory experience that occurred before his spinal cord was damaged. Jack seemed defeated by the grim news. Dr. Issacs explained that had Jack seen his toe move, the outlook might be optimistic, but he added that given Jack's particular case, recovery was unlikely.
After the doctor left, Jack sadly noted that between the time he thought his toe had moved and the doctor's later explanation about the false sensory experience, he'd truly believed he might walk again. Jack cried that he would never be able to stand on his own two feet. Billy urged Jack not to give up and prove Dr. Issacs' prognosis wrong. Billy assured Jack that with Sarge's help, he'd move his toe again. Billy told Jack that he still needed his brother's support. Billy admitted that he'd likely be dead if not for Jack. Jack promised not to give up hope. Jack phoned Sarge and instructed him to meet at the rehabilitation clinic early.
Jack thanked Billy for cheering him on. Jack asked his brother not to mention the setback to Traci or to Ashley, especially. Jack's tone prompted Billy to ask about Ashley. Jack explained that Ashley had walked in on Tucker and Harmony while they were making love. Jack and Billy vowed to help Ashley. Jack said he had a reason to get out of his wheelchair because he planned to help Billy beat up Tucker.