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A week's worth of drama in a day.

Taylor kissed Eric on "B&B." Nick dug deeper into the past on "DOOL." Alison Barrington arrived in Port Charles on "GH," and Dylan introduced himself as Mac 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:
Taylor cried to Eric about Stephanie’s death and how she picked Brooke over her at the end. She complained about what was happening to Thomas and he assured her that her children would be safe as long as he was around. Later, Eric declared Thomas Vice-President. Taylor kissed him then got into another bickering match with Brooke.

Days of our Lives:
"The battle over Gabba's baby bundle continued to bring the joy. At least Will was happy. That was doomed to fail. Nick spent five minutes on the internet and was completely caught up on everything Lucas has done in the past five years. That gave him a cunning plan for custody." Read Matt's Days of our Lives Musings, which is an opinion piece that summarizes the goings on in Salem last week.

General Hospital:
Alison Barrington returned to Port Charles with her teenaged son Rafe, who Lucy revealed was the son of Caleb the vampire. Fearing they were in danger, Alison gave Rafe an arrow to protect himself. As Rafe befriended Molly, Alison stopped by the police station and ran into John and Sam, who she mistook for Caleb and Livvie.

The Young And The Restless:
Sharon spilled coffee on Dylan, who introduced himself as Mac, and gave him directions to The Underground. Dylan introduced himself as Mac to Nick and accepted his bartending job. Later, Dylan eyed an engagement ring, spotted Avery and Nick kissing and left.

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