Eric wants Deacon’s word that he won’t try to stop the wedding next week. He also wants him to agree not to see his son until after Rick and Amber are married. Deacon is stunned when Eric tells him that the deal is off and they’re not paying him the million dollars promised in the original document. The only way he can have the money is if he gives up visitation of Little Eric. Tempers flare and Deacon tells them he’s not going to take their abuse. Nobody is going to take his son away from him. All Deacon wanted was a chance to raise his son with Amber, and now he has nothing. He promises them all that they’re going to pay for what they’ve done to him. Bridget thinks that her parents have forgotten that her birthday is tomorrow, but gets her friends to admit that they are planning a surprise party for her at Mannequins. Bridget thinks it’s over with her mystery man because he never called. Rick is upset when Little Eric calls out for his daddy – and means Deacon! He doesn’t understand why Amber told Little Eric that he has two daddies. Amber assures him that Little Eric is theirs, Deacon has visitation rights, and everything’s worked out for the best. Deacon calls Amber and promises that he’s going to stop her from making the biggest mistake of her life. Rick takes the phone and tells Deacon to leave them alone. Deacon sees the paper with Bridget’s phone number and decides to call her. She is thrilled and tells him about her birthday bash. After he hangs up, Deacon tells himself that the Forresters may think they’ve gotten the best of him, but it’s not over yet.