Will (Chandler Massey) attempted to free Nick (Blake Berris), while Sonny (Freddie Smith) helped Gabi (Camila Banus) escape. Will was interrupted by Nick’s kidnapper, Jensen (Derek Magyar) and quickly hid.
Jensen wanted to know where Gabi went and noticed Nick’s bindings had been loosened. The criminal did a bunch of yapping about their time together in prison, how close they were and even said "you were my bitch, right?" Nick pushed back on the question by replying, "No!" READ MORE
Avery (Jessica Collins) arrived at Nick’s (Joshua Morrow) with muffins, but he wasn’t in the mood to taste her delicacies. When Avery asked what was wrong, Nick told her about Summer’s (Hunter King) clandestine prom party. After Avery left, Nick used a swab from a home DNA kit.
Dylan (Steve Burton) was having nightmares while sleeping on a cot in his new home. How exactly does Dylan, whose time on this show has been shorter than a Wile E. Coyote botched bomb fuse, already deserve his own set? Dylan’s new digs appear to be bigger than the Baldwin/Fenmore and Winter’s residences combined! READ MORE
Sam is not pleased to find Silas at her door, so she slams it shut in his face. When she reopens it, Silas claims he’s there for his nephew. Sam wonders what he wants with Rafe, since he didn’t care before when she told him about his nephew. Silas was shocked by the news at first, but now has come to meet Rafe. Sam feels Rafe has been through enough, but Silas informs her he isn’t leaving town.
When Rodrigo (Jeremy Irons) first heard the French army landed in Rome, he thought they were under attack due to Cesare (François Arnaud) causing some great offense during his visit. Soon, a smug Cesare arrived and informed him the French army was there on his invitation, and under his command.
Rodrigo was livid at how far Cesare had overreached. Cesare insisted he did what was needed to ensure their safety. His plan was to wipe out the Sforza dynasty by starting with Ludovico in Milan, which he’ll then turnover to France. Rodrigo was not happy about having the French in Italy, but eventually gave Cesare his consent. READ MORE
Scotty announces to everyone the mayor is not available to marry him and Laura. Lesley informs them she’s been ordained online, and offers to marry them. Lesley performs the ceremony and declares Scotty and Laura, husband and wife.
Scotty begs for Lesley’s forgiveness about the past. Lesley wonders if Laura feels more gratitude and nostalgia than love. Laura assures her mother she does love Scotty, and feels he never gave up on her. She swears Scotty kept her safe. Lesley finally gives her blessing, but with a warning to Scotty to never hurt Laura. READ MORE