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As The World Turns: Ep. #11727

Simon explains to Margo that he believes that Dahlia is setting him up. Katie worries that Simon will go to jail, but he promises her that everything will be all right. They head home. Later, Katie finds Dahlias car keys in Simons backpack. Meanwhile, Isaac is affected by Katies support of Simon and allows Lisa to talk him into contacting Bonnie. Lisa returns with the news that Bonnie is staying in Ians castle and Isaac refuses to call. In court, Tom boosts Mollys confidence and everyone assures Abi that Molly can handle the questioning. Molly takes the stand and Toms questions allow her to help Abi, but when the assistant district attorney redirects, Molly is forced to admit that Abi suspects she may have killed Nick. While Molly is testifying, Abi has a flashback of Nick and Mary arguing over plane tickets. Craig explains to Lucy that Brandy is in his apartment for business. Lucy suspects that he is lying, but agrees to stay at Lucindas for a few days. Craig tells Brandy his plan for her to fake a seizure outside of Stenbecks room to cause a distraction to let James sneak away. Jack interrupts them and Craig hides Brandy. He admits to Jack that he got a phone call from Carly. Energized, Jack goes to tap Craigs phone while he and Brandy put his plan in motion at the hospital. In Scotland, Bonnie gets spooked when a painting falls off the wall. Paddington explains castle lore that the painting only falls when the future duchess is present. Bonnie is touched to discover that Ians diary is filled with how much he misses her, but Billy is suspicious. Bonnie has a dream that she ends up with Isaac, but she tries to shrug it off.

Source: CBS

Episode Info  

Episode number: 47x3
Production Number: 11727
Airdate: Thursday April 04th, 2002

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