Neil (Kristoff St. John) found Cane (Daniel Goddard) sitting in his old chair at Jabot. Cane quickly welcomed him back, but when the phone rang, it was for Cane, not Neil. While Cane and Neil played musical chairs, Tyler (Redaric Williams) hit on Lily (Christel Khalil) yet again.
Leslie (Angell Conwell) tried to keep things with Neil professional, but couldn’t help fantasizing about a shirtless Neil offering to “stir her coffee.”
Nick’s (Joshua Morrow) life has devolved to dealing with a series of mix-ups, as he prepares to open his club. Avery (Jessica Collins) vowed to get him a copy of his missing liquor license, while he went to several businesses to straighten out the wrong address fiasco.
Meanwhile, Adam (Michael Muhney) arrived at Newman to find Sharon (Sharon Case) already there and working. Soon after, Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) showed up and saw them together. She didn’t look happy.
At Billy (Billy Miller) and Victoria’s (Amelia Heinle), the couple was suiting up to begin their fight to make sure Jack (Peter Bergman) and Victor (Eric Braeden) get control of Jabot and Newman respectively.
At Newman, Adam and Billy sparred, before Adam had a clandestine elevator meeting with one of his spies. For a moment, I almost felt like I was watching Alias.
How great was it to see Mark Pinter back on soaps as Congressman Marcus Wheeler? He plays politicians so well. Boy, do I missAnother World.
Adam returned home to find his and Chelsea’s bags packed. He told her he couldn’t leave for two weeks, because of an emergency at Newman. She started to cry, and realized nothing would ever change with him.