Zach and Lea Play “Lick Me, Click Me” on All My Children



Bianca (Eden Riegel) told Miranda (Denyse Tontz) they were going to have dinner with Zach (Thorsten Kaye), just the three of them. Binks felt it was time she and Miranda's uncle talked to her about some things.

The mother and daughter were interrupted by a call regarding Miranda Center business. Bianca was going to have to leave town. When Bianca suggested Miranda would stay with Opal (Jill Larson), her daughter pointed out it made more sense to crash at AJ's (Eric Nelsen), before making a crack about Bianca's beef with JR (Ryan Bittle). Miranda told her mother it would suck to have to choose between her best friend and her mom.
 

Zach continued his sexual sparring match with Special Agent Marquez (Paula Garces).  He showed her a "Lick Me, Click Me" game. He’d figured out bringing the woman onscreen to an orgasm revealed a hidden login to a secret site.

Once inside the secret site, they found a video of Cassandra (Sal Stowers) turning a trick with a violent john. They also discovered a clue that might lead them to Cassandra’s whereabouts.

Cara (Lindsay Hartley) continued to help JR with his therapy. Why exactly is a physican doing a patient's PT?

After leaving the Chandler mansion, Cara went to Pine Valley Hospital where David (Vincent Irizarry) was trying to convince Joe Martin (Ray MacDonnell) to endorse his medical trial. Later, Cara broke down and told Joe about her child being alive. This "secret" of Cara's will be on the cover of Tempo any second.

An enraged Uri (Martin Harvey) demanded to know if Cassandra was really the daughter of the Pine Valley police chief. She admitted she was, but said she’d do anything to stay alive.

When she started unbuckling his pants, the man pushed her away and told her she was too valuable to die. He then revealed he planned to sell her off.

JR went to AJ’s room, where he discovered the steroids in an open bag on AJ’s bed. When he confronted his son, AJ claimed it wasn’t any of his business. AJ went crazy. I mean, ab-so-freaking-lutely nuts. The boy may not be on steroids, but he should really consider a sedative or three.
  

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8 Responses

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    tmac

    I’ve found the perfect time to watch the “anytime” soaps of AMC and OLTL…when I can’t fall asleep at night. The stories are progessing at such a snail’s pace, particularly since they cut back to two eps a week, that it is literally putting me to sleep.

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    angrierblackerman

    People are going to hate me, but I think PP should drop OLTL and just make All My Children. OLTL is the weak link in this deal, and if it doesn’t improve, it will just bring the whole project down.

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    liason4real

    [quote=angrierblackerman]People are going to hate me, but I think PP should drop OLTL and just make All My Children. OLTL is the weak link in this deal, and if it doesn’t improve, it will just bring the whole project down.[/quote]
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    No! I think PP just needs to sit down and figure out what is working with OLTL and drop the rest.

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    LauraWrightCrazy

    I LOVE the new AMC.. I usually wait until Saturday and I go and visit my mom and we watch together.. I must say though.. That whole lick me click me game was really awkward to watch with my 68 year old mother Lol.. As are a few scenes but who am I to complain?.. We have our shows back!!

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    rabbit on the moon

    [quote=angrierblackerman]People are going to hate me, but I think PP should drop OLTL and just make All My Children. OLTL is the weak link in this deal, and if it doesn’t improve, it will just bring the whole project down.[/quote]

    I don’t hate you. But I do hate seeing this kind of negativity.

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    lauren329

    [quote=angrierblackerman]People are going to hate me, but I think PP should drop OLTL and just make All My Children. OLTL is the weak link in this deal, and if it doesn’t improve, it will just bring the whole project down.[/quote]

    I don’t hate you but I emphatically disagree. I think OLTL has done a much better job with the character development stuff. The stories may not yet be quite as exciting as the sex trafficking plot on AMC but I’m way more invested in these characters and would miss them much more if they were gone. I also find the OLTL younger cast much much stronger.

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    50sfan

    I’m so grateful that AMC is back! So impressed with the actors (vets and newbies) and the writers. It is better than ever. Sure, I wish it were more than 2 days a week, but having watched it since I was a teen in 1970, I’ll take it anyway I can get it. Can’t wait for the sex-trafficking story line to be over–interesting but too disturbing. The actors are doing a great job with it. I heard it was going to be more “edgy,” and this is my limit. The language is salty, though I don’t think it is necessary to be realistic JMHO. On my wishlist–the return of Michael E. Knight, but only cameos of Erica. Her stories have been told over and over. It’s time for others to take the spotlight. Thanks Prospect Park and Agnes Nixon for taking this on. Would love to see it return to TV eventually.

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