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Out the window. (CBS)

Shocked. (CBS)

A week's worth of drama in a day.

Thomas threw Rick out a window on "B&B." Nick blackmailed Chad on "DOOL." Trey tried to save Kristina on "GH," and Paul found the knife on "Y&R."

Here are a few excerpts from last week's episodes, which can be found in full in Soap Opera Fan Blog Weekly Soap Opera Summaries.

The Bold And The Beautiful:
Everyone was waiting for Ridge to name the new CEO. Ridge sent them an email declaring that Thomas was the man for the job. Rick ordered Eric to intervene. Stephanie ordered him to behave himself. Caroline watched Rick rail and Thomas give him a smack. When Rick trashed him, Tom chucked him out the window.

Days of our Lives:
"His scheme to use his brother to blackmail the Hernandez clan and get Sami back quickly collapsed thanks to Nick managing to outsmart everyone else. Then again, he only had his head kicked in, not half his brain blown out. He blackmailed Chad into clearing Gabi since he could have gone to the cops over the beating. Elvis was furious to lose his hold on Sami." Read more about the goings on in Salem through Matt's Days of our Lives Musings.

General Hospital:
Kristina became furious, accusing Trey of using her to help his dad get back at Sonny. She left the apartment, ran straight into Joe, who dragged her to Sonny’s warehouse and tied her up. He threatened to kill her, but Trey showed up and stood between the gun and his wife.

The Young And The Restless:
Paul broke down on the street where Ricky fell to his death and spotted the knife in the sewer. Ronan retrieved it only to find the knife had been wiped free of prints. Meanwhile, with Kyle, Eden remembered Paul telling Ricky, "This ends here."

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