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Episode dated 14 February 2002 (14 Feb. 2002)

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In a five-act Valentine's Day special full of fantasy sequences, the residents of Oakdale play out their dreams.


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Episode credited cast:
Hunt Block ...
Lily Snyder / Rose D'Angelo
Katie Frasier
Ellen Dolan ...
Tom Eplin ...
Jake McKinnon
Eileen Fulton ...
Don Hastings ...
Kathryn Hays ...
Scott Holmes ...
Elizabeth Hubbard ...
Molly McKinnon
Kordelia ...
Dayplayer - Principal Dancer & Police Officer
Craig Lawlor ...


In a five-act Valentine's Day special full of fantasy sequences, the residents of Oakdale play out their dreams. Act 1: "All for Love". Katie is an old-time movie star who runs into the guitar-strumming Simon, her ex-husband who neglected to rescue her from a desert island (unlike the real Simon, who did). Craig imagines himself in a scene reminiscent of an old James Cagney flick. Michael sings "Time in a Bottle" while thinking about Carly. Act 2: "Young Love". Abigail and Adam share a kiss under shooting stars. Lucy asks her diary what love is and then dances with her imaginary soul-mate. Lily and Holden remember moments together. Act 3: "Fools for Love". Lisa waves a magic swizzle stick and transforms Bonnie into Cinderella. In a musical performance set to "It's Raining Men", eight dancers represent Lisa's eight husbands. Paul hugs his pillow and imagines it's Rose. Act 4: "Love and Marriage". Margo gives Tom disco fever. Jake takes Molly back to the first time they met. Bob and Kim... Written by J. Spurlin

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Drama | Romance



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[first lines]
Nancy McCloskey: Who sent these beauties? "Happy Valentine's Day, Mom. Love, Bob and Kim." "To my wife on Valentine's Day." "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways."
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References Casablanca (1942) See more »


Time in a Bottle
Written by Jim Croce
Sung by Michael Park
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