[quote]Quote Charlie Big: When Avery was brought to town to represent Sharon, she realized that her sister was living in that town and she hated her. Phyllis was the sister that they literally threw out of the family when she was 18 years old because she knew that her father was guilty of committing a crime. Avery later went to visit Phyllis at Restless Style and put her on notice that she intended to see Phyllis broken, penniless and with no one and she intended to make that happen. Well, guess what, she almost suceeded. Yes, she was screwing Nick, but Nick still loved Phyllis and they remarried. Avery tried to rebuild her relationship with Phyllis when she realized that Phyllis was right about thier father, but Phyllis wasn't having any of it. I don't think that she ever trusted Avery because Avery was always so slippery. Very judgmental and arrogant.
Nick supposedly left Phyllis because she told him lies about Dr. Tim and the whole sordid mess from 20 years ago, but the truth of that was that Nick wasn't man enough to stand by Phyllis, help her and not judge her. Yep. Imagine that! Nick was always judging Phyllis! Ronan helped Phyllis, supported her and manned up for her while Nick was looking for excuses to get out of the marriage because he wasn't man enough to love Phyllis enough to stay in it, so he ran to Avery, who was right there, judging her sister along with him and getting her bed ready while she made him those old fattening cupcakes. She was trying to contrast herself as the goody sister! It was hilarious because even on her best day, she could never be as good as Phyllis! In fact, it was her sister Phyllis, the non lawyer, that got Sharon off, not little miss "Betsy Homecrocker!"
Ronan had put Nick on notice that he wasn't man enough for Phyllis, while he, Ronan, truly loved her and would be there for her. They were not having an affair, at that point. Nick didn't leave Phyllis because she was having an affair, she wasn't. In truth and fact, she didn't sleep with Ronan until Nick walked out on her to go screw her sister because he was too much of a wimp to fight for her against Ronan! Nick has always been a coward!
As for Summer? She walked into the Penthouse and found Ronan and Phyllis, not knowing all of the story, but offended by what she saw. Nick and Avery both played her on that one. What a win for them, to have Summer be for them, no matter the trashy way they were living and what they did or how they wimped out Phyllis, judging her, instead of helping her.
Well, now we know it all. Nick has been lying about Summer for 18 years! For all of those years that he was cheating on Phyllis, judging her and lying to her!!!!!!!! That coward was always a wimp and now Summer knows the truth of who he really is. She loves her mother and nothing and no one will ever come in between that love, not even little miss "cupcakes!" Summer doesn't want to go to that wedding because Nick is not her father and he lied to her. All Summer knows is that she cannot trust him and now feels that she cannot trust Avery either. She is starting to see the truth of them both and she doesn't want any part of it. Can't blame her. She is much better going with Jack to visit her mother and her brother.[/quote So Avery knew that Avery's left her own family because Phyllis Knew that her family did not want her in the family because, phyllis only saw a guilty man that was her own father. So how many times Avery had to throw the same crap into Avery's face not once or twice several times that daddy should have Been more supportive while helping out daisy to get free from jail.Michael in return saying are you happy Avery that you got your childhood fix to alienate your sister so far.Michael reappears and says Avery got Daisy's hearing moved up. this must really turn a very conner even for michael to have a distaste in avery to move up Daisy defiance to get daisy free from jail because, Avery's ego as more than bruised by phyllis. Michael, Lauren, and Kevin leave.Michael calls Phyllis's place and learns she went to see her father. The judge returns and lets Daisy out on parole. Daisy tells Avery, "Now I want my daughter. Michael taunts Avery, "All your childhood wounds healed now?"