Stephanie confronts Melanie about making out with Philip. Chloe is at Daniel's apartment when a drunk Lucas shows up to confront him when a gas leak causes an explosion.

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Maggie Horton
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Lucas Horton
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Chelsea Brady
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E.J. DiMera
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Philip Kiriakis
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Stephanie Johnson
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Chloe Lane
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Dr. Daniel Jonas
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Nicole Walker
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Melanie Layton
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Stefano DiMera
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Brady Black
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Victor Kiriakis (credit only)
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Jack Deveraux (credit only)
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Shawn Brady (credit only)
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Elvis proudly assures unimpressed Stefano he handled Melanie, only to be warned not emotional greed but need makes her tick. Just when Philip's lips are winning Melanie over, jealous Stefanie turns up and spoils the mood by 'making him choose forever'. Lucas slips out when Maggie tries to escort him home after a verbal confrontation. He arrives at rival Daniel's apartment, where Chloe came tell him a sign from heaven made her choose him, but the janitor's clumsiness caused a gas leak, which is triggered now. Brday admits some feelings for Nicole but swears not to rival Elvis. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Romance

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20 February 2009 (USA)  »

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Stephanie Johnson: He doesn't really love her, but it was still a terrible thing to do. God, Melanie is such a disgusting person. She's been after Philip for months. And then she just takes Nick's research and uses it like a weapon.
Chelsea Brady: The kitchen table?
Stephanie Johnson: You know what? I am not just sad about Philip. I'm angry. I'm mad, and I'm not gonna be stupid, sweet Stephanie anymore. I'm gonna do something about it.
Chelsea Brady: [after Stephanie has left]
[confused]
Chelsea Brady: The table?
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