Soap Summary: Nikolas stays close to Liz and A.J.
By Lynda Hirsch
Published: Saturday, May 4, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
The Bold and the Beautiful
Caroline plans to win Rick back by proving to him that she is just as charitable, if not more, than Maya. Eric stumbles upon a heated discussion between Taylor and Brooke. Taylor begins to question where Eric's loyalties lie when he unexpectedly defends Brooke. Katie attempts to be supportive of Liam and Steffy. Steffy and Hope have an awkward run-in for the first time since the wedding. Donna walks in on an intimate moment between Brooke and Bill.
Sneak peek: Taylor won't back off.
Days of Our Lives
Sonny's quick thinking stops Nick from discovering him and Sami. After Nick leaves his room, Sami grabs what she needs to save Will — and as a bonus, she steals $30,000. Nick is horrified when he discovers Vargas' money is missing. Nicole realizes Vargas is up to no good. She threatens to tell Eric, but Vargas warns that if she tries to disparage him, he'll blab that she's got feelings for the priest. Nick angrily confronts Sami about what she stole. Sami is furious when she overhears Stefano planning to double-cross her and Will. E.J. has a stunning proposition for Justin: He wants his help to take down Stefano. Daniel plans a special date with Jennifer, but when he realizes Cameron is too broke to take out Abigail, he sacrifices his and Jennifer's night for the young couple. Kate fears Stefano knows about her affair with Rafe, so she breaks up with Rafe to protect him. Kristen is stunned when Brady reveals that he's started paperwork so they can adopt a child.
Sneak peek: Rafe fights for his life.
Sonny and Shawn force their way into Morgan's dorm room and face the barrel of a gun. Carly delivers A.J. back to the Quartermaine house. A.J. decides to call Liz, only to hear Nikolas pick up the phone, which ultimately leads him to the bottle. Nikolas admits to Liz that he wants her back permanently in his life. Max gives Milo an ultimatum: Bring Lulu home, or he's ratting them out to Sonny. Lulu has a momentary flashback when Nikolas visits her. Ellie reads Maxie's medical files. A.J. and Carly realize they swapped phones by accident, and Carly learns she has missed urgent calls from Sonny. Later, A.J. asks Liz to travel with him. Nikolas changes his hotel plans to be at the same one where Liz and A.J. are staying. Scott tries to pin Laura down about their nuptials as Luke arrives.
Sneak peek:Sam is being stalked.
The Young and the Restless
Katherine shocks Cane when she asks him to take over Chancellor Industries in the event she is unable to come back to work. Katherine undergoes brain surgery. When Faith gets upset upon learning about Nick and Avery's engagement, Sharon and Nick assure her that they'll still be a family. Avery finds out that Dylan is staying in town because Chelsea is pregnant. Chelsea tries to get Anita to back off of Dylan when she questions his plans for the future. Anita warns Chelsea that her lies will catch up with her. Adam gets upset when he learns that Victor closed a deal without him. Sharon and Adam spend the night together, and he is adamant in telling her there are no strings attached. When Leslie asks Gus about a woman named Rose, he says only that it was something he screwed up a long time ago. His heart monitor goes off, and the doctors rush in to help him. Billy hires Dylan at the restaurant. Avery suggests Dylan leave town because he's affecting her relationship with Nick. Courtney gives Summer a fake ID, and they sneak into The Underground. Tyler sees them and tells Summer that, as the new face of Jabot, she needs to stay out of trouble. Tyler asks Mason whether he's ever modeled, and says he thinks Summer and Mason would be a good pair for the new campaign at Jabot. Nick catches Summer at the club. Chloe and Kevin realize their marriage is in a rut. Michael is surprised to learn that Lauren went out of town. Michael calls Lauren and is surprised when he hears a man's voice in the background.
Sneak peek:Jill wants revenge.
Lynda Hirsch writes for Creators Syndicate.
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