Michael (Christian LeBlanc) returned home to a worried Lauren (Tracey Bregman). The two immediately started arguing, and their scenes were fantastic. The best thing that ever happened to Michael and Lauren was Fen’s (Max Ehrich) bullying storyline, because the residual emotional impact has been so dramatic.
After telling Fen and Lauren he was moving out, Michael tried to assure Fen he still loved him. Lauren told Michael she was afraid the longer he was away, the easier it would be to stay away. Ten seconds later, Lauren was off to see Carmine (Marco Dapper).
Billy (Billy Miller) told Carmine he could never to tell Victoria (Amelia Heinle) about his playing poker.
Hartley Sawyermade his debut as the new Kyle Abbott, and was quickly put in scenes with Billy, Jack (Peter Bergman) and Summer (Hunter King).
Speaking of Summer, Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) wondered why she was dressed in such a mature way. Summer was happy for her mom, when she found out she was moving into the Abbott mansion.
Tyler (Redaric Williams) and Leslie (Angell Conwell) spent more time in the hospital waiting for their father to recover.
Lily (Christel Khalil) tried to explain to Neil (Kristoff St. John) nothing was going on between her and Tyler.
Fen met with Summer, and tried to kiss her. However, Summer pushed him away, and told him she only cared about him as a friend.
Billy continued to struggle with his gambling demons.