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As The World Turns: Ep. #11773

Alison hides out in the Snyder barn with her new camera, prepared to take a picture of Lucy and Aaron on the bike together. She snaps the picture and slips it under Craigs door at the Lakeview. Lucy and Aaron play around in the barn. When she falls, Aaron goes to her side to help her up. Meanwhile, Emily and Susan start to mend their relationship, but Susan gets angry when Emily reveals that she wants to tell Alison the truth about her conception. Susan refuses and demands that Emily doesnt say anything either. Craig goes to the police station to ask Margo for help. He finds Jack and Carly in an intimate embrace in the interrogation room. When Margo arrives, Craig persuades her to look into Aarons past. Molly receives Jakes urn and Abigail tries to comfort her. She tries to distract Molly by telling her about Rosanna and Carlys fight at Roses engagement party. Meanwhile, Rosanna eavesdrops as Lisa fills Barbara in on Carlys business proposition. Barbara dissolves her partnership with Lisa and Rosanna swoops in and offers to bankroll BRO. Barbara turns her down because she believes that Rosanna is out to get Carly, and Barbara wants no part of her revenge plan. Molly arrives at the Lakeview for drinks with Jake and after she has a few, she confronts Rosanna about her staying in town to torment Carly. Barbara calls the police to report the fight between the two women.

Source: CBS


Episode Info


Episode number: 47x49
Production Number: 11773
Airdate: Friday June 07th, 2002



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