Soap Summary: Nick learns that Will fathered Gabi's baby
By Lynda Hirsch
Published: Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012, 9:02 p.m.
The Bold and the Beautiful
Taylor is finally able to get through to Katie that her body is not rejecting her heart and that she is not dying. Realizing how selfish she has been in the past few weeks, Katie decides to return home to Bill and their baby. Meanwhile, Brooke finds comfort in the arms of Bill following the loss of her best friend, Stephanie. Eric and Pam honor Stephanie's memory. Stephanie's family reminisces as they watch the DVD that was shot during Stephanie's Celebration of Life party. Wanting to show how much Brooke means to her, Stephanie gives her something to remember her by. Stephanie says her final “goodbye.” Following their trip to Big Bear, Bill and Brooke are happy that Katie is back to her old self again and is easily bonding with Will. Hope is having a difficult time with her grief over Stephanie's death and with the news that Liam and Steffy have moved in together. Caroline overhears Bill talking about his involvement in sabotaging Hope and Liam's Italian wedding.
Sneak peek: Thomas and Rick are sworn enemies.
Days of Our Lives
Eric tells Hope he thinks Nicole can change. Gabi reveals she couldn't go through with the abortion. Nick is stunned when he learns Will fathered Gabi's baby. Nick suggests he marry Gabi and let everyone think he is the father. As John admits to Kristen that he believes in her redemption, Marlena learns that Brady shares his father's view — and Marlena is now alone in her suspicions about Kristen. Marlena opens a computer file on Kristen's tablet just as Kristen catches her snooping. Kate tracks down Stefano at his European cafe and confronts him over the divorce papers. Her attempt at reconciliation is coolly met by her husband, and so Kate signs the papers and storms off — leaving behind a privately remorseful Stefano. Jennifer tells Daniel she scheduled an appointment for him with a specialist on hand tremors. Kayla and Roman are stunned when Hope reveals Caroline and Bo have made an early return from the Alzheimer's clinic.
Sneak peek: Eric is tortured.
Edward's funeral service is over. A.J. confesses to Skye that he feels unworthy of his inheritance from Edward, and regrets he never had the chance to prove himself. Skye tells A.J. it's not too late. Sam witnesses an awkward exchange between Maxie and Spinelli. Connie finds Molly's writings and plans to use them to her own advantage. Johnny finds Duke — who is Faison in disguise — having a cigarette on the docks, and Duke asks him not to mention the bad habit to Anna. Maxie says her offer to carry Dante and Lulu's baby for them is sincere. Alexis is dismayed to learn that Shawn has been doing jobs for Sonny.
Sneak peek: Robin wants out.
The Young and the Restless
Billy admits to Victoria that he is to blame for what has happened to her. However, Billy tells Jack that Victoria was kidnapped and almost died because Jack sent her to Miami on a false lead. Tucker tells Kevin and Chloe that he is buying Adam's share of TagNGrab. Kevin and Chloe are stunned at how low their payout is. Chloe suggests that they start a fashion business. Michael reluctantly loans Kevin $10,000. Tucker asks Jill on a date. Neil informs Cane that Devon will be working at Jabot. Adam and Kyle decide to put their differences aside, since they are going to be working together. After Adam leaves, Kyle tells Phyllis that he wants Adam gone. Phyllis finds Jack on the sofa at the Abbott mansion, and she is alarmed when Jack can't remember how many pills he took. Nina tells Paul that she is going back to Los Angeles, and tells Christine that she doesn't need to apologize anymore. Christine tells Paul that she's falling back in love with him, and that she's going to New York to end things with Danny. Ronan tells Michael and Paul that he'll be going back to Washington, D.C., and he asks if they'll check on Jamie.
Sneak peek: Victor plays dirty.
Lynda Hirsch writes for Creators Syndicate.
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