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A week's worth of drama in a day.

Brooke watched over Stephanie on "B&B." Will and Gabi made a decision on "DOOL." Faison was recognized on "GH," and Eddie was shot 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:
Eric reluctantly left Stephanie and called Brooke to come and look after her. Brooke managed to tear herself away from the sight of a naked Bill. She and Stephanie settled in and recalled their past together and all of the old times in the cabin. They talked until Stephanie coughed up blood.

Days of our Lives:
"Sami proceeded to break the news to Nick that he was going to be a father. He barely reacted. He's probably still in shock about the fact that he'd been released from prison into a world without Ding Dongs. Gabba and Will were stuck with the quandary of how to pay for her abortion. He managed to convince his father and his lover to pay for his 'school project'." Read more about the goings on in Salem through Matt's Days of our Lives Musings.

General Hospital:
After Elizabeth sketched out the description of Olivia’s vision, Liz and Robert recognized the man as Faison. Robert deduced that Duke could really be Faison and wanted to warn Anna, but ultimately didn’t think she would believe him. Not wanting to tip off Faison, Robert set out to find more proof.

The Young And The Restless:
Nick and Billy's plane was grounded due to bad weather. Victor called someone who could get to Vikki in case the guys couldn't make it in time. Just as Eddie received a call from Billy, someone shot Eddie, causing Vikki to scream in terror.

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