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Kate is less than thrilled with her mother's new friendship with Lynda. Kate accuses her mother of taking away all that's important to her. Kate is also starting to connect on the Internet ... See full summary »

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Kate Gregson
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Kate is less than thrilled with her mother's new friendship with Lynda. Kate accuses her mother of taking away all that's important to her. Kate is also starting to connect on the Internet in her Valhalla Hawkwind persona. She's not quite ready for what transpires. Charmaine is still trying to figure out a way to have Neil's baby but stick with Nick. She finally tells Nick what's going on and not surprisingly, he doesn't take it well. As for Tara, her alters haven't made an appearance for a while and gets ready for a neighborhood art show. Max's appraisal of her art doesn't go over well and they have a fight leading a fed up Max to pay a call on someone. Written by Anonymous

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Charmaine Craine: I finally had my aha moment.
Max Gregson: Meaning?
Charmaine Craine: Well, I had a realization that I'm kinda glad you outed me. I mean, you're only as sick as your secrets. I'm sick of being sick.
Max Gregson: New therapist?
Charmaine Craine: No. New issue. O Magazine.
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