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As The World Turns: Ep. #12231

Before the Rose Foundation fundraiser, Paul asks Lily to accept a donation from him. He admits that he feels terrible about the way he treated Rose and is determined to make reparations for what happened to her. Dusty wants to refuse the money but Holden insists its what Rose would have wanted. During the fundraiser, Lily gives a speech and announces that she accepts Pauls donation. Later in the evening, the singer who was supposed to perform Roses favorite song doesnt show up and Lily sings the song herself. Rosanna meets with Jordan and tells him that Paul had planned to take the company from Barbara. She advises Jordan to quit BRO and come to work for her. Surprised, he agrees to think it over. At the fundraiser, there is tension between Jordan and Paul. Jennifer urges Jordan to get along with Paul and hopes that Lilys acceptance of the donation marks a new era of hope for the family. At the same time, Barbaras vision problems are increasing. She has a close call with Jennifer, who wonders what her mother is keeping from her. Jordan finds Barbara struggling with her condition and decides not to mention the offer from Rosanna. Alison opts for a sophisticated new look for the fundraiser. Tish tries to work her way into the Hughes familys good graces at the event, but Alison comes out on top. In the ladies room, Tish taunts Alison that she slept with Chris and will be there for him when Alison screws up again. Alison dunks Tishs head in the toilet and leaves with Chris as Tish vows revenge. Bonnie finally tells Jessica that she plans to move to Florida and marry Isaac. She adds that she and Isaac have discussed having Sarah with them.

Source: CBS

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Episode number: 49x2
Production Number: 12231
Airdate: Monday April 05th, 2004

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