Esther has a blind date with Roger Wilkes, who secretly has ties to Clint Radison. Daniel and Amber visit Joe's diner to see if "Marge" is really Katherine.

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Jack Abbott (credit only)
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Heather Stevens (credit only)
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Victor Newman (credit only)
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Devon Hamilton Winters (as Bryton) (credit only)
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Sharon Collins Abbott (credit only)
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Gloria Simmons Bardwell (credit only)
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Paul Williams (credit only)
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Ashley Abbott (credit only)
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Kevin finally accepts Amber's apology for accusing him of murdering Katherine Chancellor. And he agrees to let her know where Katherine is. Daniel and Amber rush off to the address: it's the diner where Katherine works. But Daniel warns Amber not to get her hopes up. "Katherine" might very well be Marge, the impostor. Meanwhile, Jill and Nikki happen to meet at Gina's restaurant. They are nasty to each other at first, but end up behaving civilly and sitting at the same table. They get to talking about Katherine and how Marge (supposedly) fooled them both. Meanwhile, Cane and Chloe take Esther out for her birthday. Chloe has set her mother on a date with the new accountant at Chancellor: a man named Roger Wilkes. Little do they guess that Roger has ties to a con man named Clint Radison. Written by J. Spurlin

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Drama | Romance

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[first lines]
Cane Ashby: So I filled the accountant position.
Jill Foster Abbott: Good, good. I also heard that you've been interviewing for the R&D slot.
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