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As The World Turns: Ep. #12467

Jennifer and Barbara continue to argue and Jen washes her hands of her mom. Meanwhile, Craig confronts Sierra on her involvement with Dusty after seeing their closeness at the Street Jeans event. Sierra lets Craig have it but later admits shes concerned to Dusty. He offers to help get Craig out of her life but Sierra declines. Meanwhile, Henry asks if he can crash with Craig and he agrees to get Henry another room at the Lakeview. Jennifer comes to Craigs door looking for him but finds Dusty instead who warns her to watch out for Craig. Frustrated Jennifer tells yet another person to stay the hell out of her business and goes inside. Later, Craig finds Jennifer stewing in his room. She vents to him all her problems and suddenly, they end up in a kiss! Aaron gets on Rafis case for not working hard enough and Alison defends him. Meanwhile, Celia enlists Casey and Wills to help her deal with Rafi. Will apologizes to Alison for their fight. Later, Scott Reeves compliments Celia on her voice and offers to put her in touch with his agent but Rafael bursts Celias bubble again. Barbara arrives to beg Will for help in breaking up Jennifer and Craigs partnership, and Alison accuses Barbara of being jealous of her daughters success. Barbara is livid, but Will warns his mom to leave Alison alone. Later, Alison thanks Will for standing up for her as Aaron watches from afar. Katie confesses that she and Henry have not consummated their marriage, and she and Mike are finally honest with each other about their feelings. As they almost kiss, Henry calls and the moment is lost as Katie asks about her husbands health. But Henry has been standing at the window the entire time and witnessed Katie and Mikes close moment.

Source: CBS

Episode Info  

Episode number: 49x238
Production Number: 12467
Airdate: Thursday March 10th, 2005

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