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Tyra impulsively kisses Neil. Victor visits Adam in jail. Brad and Ashley quarrel over Abby. Amber and Daniel try to jog Katherine's memory. Jack asks Ashley to make him CEO of Jabot.



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Episode cast overview:
Katherine Chancellor
Michael Baldwin (as Christian LeBlanc) (credit only)
Neil Winters
Kevin Fisher (credit only)
Devon Hamilton Winters (as Bryton) (credit only)


Joe's Diner: Amber and Daniel try to jog Katherine's memory, in order to help prove her identity; and Murphy helps. But very little of her past comes back to her. The Athletic Club: Ashley meets Victor for breakfast. She tries to persuade him to forgive his son and do what he can to prevent the young man from going to prison. Later, Ashley and Jack meet. Jack asks to be CEO of Jabot. The jail: Victor meets with Adam; but things don't go as Adam hoped. Indigo: Karen sits down with Rafael to ask him about the legalities of adopting Ana. Later, Tyra impulsively kisses Neil on the lips. The Chancellor estate: Jill is shocked when Esther and her new boyfriend, Roger Wilkes, come down for breakfast. Later, Jill fires Roger, who was Cane's new hire at Chancellor Industries. Crimson Lights: Brad and Ashley quarrel over Abby and her relationship with Victor, her biological father. Written by J. Spurlin

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Drama | Romance





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19 January 2009 (USA)  »

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