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Michael informs Callie of a way to divorce Trey: they need to file and publish her divorce petition in the newspaper and if Trey does not react, they can continue with the divorce ... See full summary »

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Leo Sylvestri
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Christine Blair Williams
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Jack Abbott
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Victor Newman
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Sharon Collins Newman
Tricia Cast ...
Nina Webster
Patricia Cullen ...
Gail Wallace
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Paul Williams
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Larry Warton
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Callie Rogers Stark
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Cody Dixon
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Ramona Caceres (as Gladys Jimenez)
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Michael Baldwin (as Christian LeBlanc)
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Malcolm Winters
Joshua Morrow ...
Nicholas Newman
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Michael informs Callie of a way to divorce Trey: they need to file and publish her divorce petition in the newspaper and if Trey does not react, they can continue with the divorce proceeding without Trey's consent. Reese urges Olivia to remain optimistic about her medical condition. Then, Malcolm arrives at the hospital. He tells Olivia about his engagement with Callie but maintains that they will always share a bond because of Nate. An elated Callie later tells Malcolm that she is ready to set a date. After talking with Christine, Nina has another work date with Tomas. Christine flies out to New Mexico to do legal work for Victor. Ramona discusses with Elena whether to confess her true feelings to Victor. Later, Ramona receives a surprise visit - from Jack! Sharon and Nick tell Victoria their suspicion that Warton is her stalker. Even after his talk with Warton Paul is not convinced that he is the culprit. Meanwhile, Larry pulls out a magazine ad with a picture of Victoria from his ... Written by Torsten B. Tomaschek

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