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As The World Turns: Ep. #11737

Simon and Lucinda talk through his problem with Dahlia. Lucinda believes that he is innocent and suggests beating Dahlia at her own game. If Dahlia will only come out of hiding when Simon is proved guilty, he has to kill Katie. Katie searches for toys for Parker in Craigs suite. At the police station, Craig admits to Rosanna that he loves Carly, but he is vying with Jack for her affections. Rosanna is willing to help him, if he hands over Parker. Craig agrees and tells Katie to bring Parker to the station. Margo catches up with Katie, but is dismayed when she cant find Parker. Nancy voluntarily brings Katie down to the police and tells Katie that she is the one who turned her in. With everyone accounted for, Margo asks if Rosanna wants to press charges against Craig and Katie. In court, Abigail takes the stand and begins her account of the night that Nick was murdered. Abigail sees a flash of light and instantly recalls Mary accusing her of killing Nick. Abi cant take the pressure and runs from the courtroom. Court is adjourned until the next day. Abi tells Tom and Molly what she remembered. She takes off again for some alone time, but Aaron finds her and she asks him to take her to the cemetery. In Scotland, Billy is still skittish about the ghostly noises in the castle. He and Bonnie hear moaning behind a wall, find a secret passageway and go exploring. A dwarf named Morlin finds them and scares them away from a sacred vault. They overhear Morlin and Paddington arranging to scare Bonnie away before Ian returns. Later, Paddington informs Bonnie that Ian and his uncle are on their way back to the castle.

Source: CBS

Episode Info  

Episode number: 47x13
Production Number: 11737
Airdate: Thursday April 18th, 2002

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