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A week's worth of drama in a day.

Brooke found Bill with pills on "B&B." Kristen slapped Brady on "DOOL." A.J. decided to stay in Port Charles on "GH," and Jill returned to Genoa City 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:
Bill and Brooke were stunned that Katie took the car and drove away. They told Taylor, who wasn’t much help. Bill got a tip that his wife had made it to Aspen so he asked Brooke to help him hunt her down. It was all a ruse to keep them off her scent. Bill got depressed. Brooke later found him passed out with a bottle of pills.

Days of our Lives:
"Since he has nothing else to do, Brady paid Kristen a visit and ordered her to stay away from his family. Wearing only a towel, she got suggestive. He called her names. This led to her slapping him. For a DiMera, that counts as sex." Read more about the goings on in Salem through Matt's Days of our Lives Musings.

General Hospital:
A.J. and Monica caught up at the mansion, where it was revealed that after A.J. was pronounced dead, he came back to life in Monica’s presence. Fearing her son would go to prison for his crimes, she enlisted Steve’s assistance in helping him recuperate in secret. A.J. decided to stick around town, especially after getting a glimpse of Michael.

The Young And The Restless:
Genevieve saw blood everywhere in the mystery woman's suite. Ronan found Genevieve's prints on what appeared to be a murder weapon and later located a body. Tucker gave Genevieve cash and told her to run away. Later, as Ronan was questioning Tucker about Genevieve's whereabouts, Jill appeared!

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- Amy Mistretta