Soap Summary: Nikolas and Britt hide Robin
The Bold and the Beautiful
Liam attempts to get Hope's mind off of Wyatt and on to romance by setting up a picnic at the cliff house. He is less than thrilled when Wyatt arrives. The brothers have a humorous competition for Hope's affection. Aly returns home and reunites with her father and grandfather. Thorne remembers happy times with Darla and Sally Spectra. Thorne and Aly spend time bonding as father and daughter in Thorne's Forrester Creations office. Brooke and Katie continue to attempt to repair their relationship. Wyatt stands up to his father when Bill tells him to back off and allow Liam a chance with Hope. When Wyatt leaves, Quinn rakes Bill over the coals for interfering with her son's life. Wyatt interrupts Hope and Liam and confronts Liam about Bill's interference.
Sneak peek: A holiday feast
Days of Our Lives
Shane and Kimberly pay a surprise visit to Theresa — who is horrified when they tell her why they're in Salem. Gabi seeks advice from Justin concerning her legal right to move the baby out of town when she takes her modeling gig. Nick panics when he learns Gabi is leaning toward turning down the modeling job in New York. Gabi has a blowup with Will and Sonny when they confront her about moving to New York. Kate confronts Jordan about her mysterious past. A devastated Eric is suspended and forced to remove his collar. Marlena takes Victor to task for destroying Eric — and using her to do it. Maggie tells Victor their marriage might be over because he used Marlena to destroy Kristen. Daniel and Nicole share a kiss.
Sneak peek: Nicole is unforgiving.
Patrick informs Luke of Robert and Anna's disappearance and that Duke was last seen looking for them at Wyndemere. Robin has a heart-to-heart with Nikolas about the ramifications of her return. Robin knows things are about to come to a head, because Jerry's cure is due to mature at roughly the same time the wedding will begin. Nikolas and Britt share an emotional kiss, but Faison interrupts them. Carlos shares his discovery with Sabrina. Luke comes face-to-face with his archenemy. Diane forces Dante to admit that Lulu perjured herself. Spinelli insists on testifying. Nikolas and Britt hide Robin when Luke shows up at Wyndemere. Luke tells Nikolas that Jerry Jacks is on Cassadine Island with the doctor who saved Luke's life, and that Anna and Robert are missing. Felix asks Patrick if he really loves Sabrina with his whole heart, or if he's still in love with Robin. Felix is uneasy when he learns that Carly slept with Franco. Scott wants to distance himself from Franco. Scott produces security footage from the Metro Court on the night of Connie's murder, previously thought lost. Diane challenges the validity of the tapes.
Sneak peek: An unwedding day
The Young and the Restless
Neil comes home to find that Leslie has set up a romantic night for the two of them. They discuss being able to move on, now that Hilary has forgiven him. Victor is taken aback when Kyle asks him for a job. Noah is surprised to find out that Victor hired Kyle. Nick tells Sharon that Dylan showed up with Avery to the Veteran's Day event. When Sharon tells Nick about Victor accusing her of locking them in the freezer together and that Adam came to her defense, Nick tells her not to let Adam back into her life. Chelsea tells Dylan that she has decided to continue living with Adam. Billy and Victoria go to a meeting of a bereavement group and meet a woman named Kelly whose son died in an accident. Kelly admits that she and her husband split up after their son died. Nikki tells Paul that she is ready for Dylan to know she is his mother, but first, she needs to tell the rest of her family. Christine tries to get Paul to take a break from Carmine's murder investigation, but he refuses. Summer suggests that she and Jack go see Phyllis for Thanksgiving.
Sneak peek: Nikki's devastating truth
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