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Victor and Tea Still Have Explosive Chemistry on One Life to Live

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Episode 2 of TOLN's One Life to Live picked right up with all the juicy drama from the previous day.  Dani’s (Kelley Missal) family and friends rushed to the hospital to check on her status. While they were out in the hall, Victor (Trevor St. John) snuck into her room to be by his "daughters" bedside.

Tea (Florencia Lozano) was shocked to find out from Matthew (Robert Gorrie) that Dani had been doing drugs. Todd (Roger Howarth) lashed out at Tea for her parenting skills. As Todd continued to rip into Tea, Victor burst into the room and threw his brother against the wall. 

Victor and Tea’s reunion was incredible. They haven't lost an ounce of their TV magic. However, the rest of the Manning-Lords barely reacted to Victor coming back from the dead. You'd think Viki (Erika Slezak) would have been more concerned with figuring out how her baby brother survived, than having an impromptu editorial meeting with Jeffrey King (Corbin Bleu)!

Viki's chat with Jeffrey was to ensure he'd covered all the bases for his expose on Dorian (Robin Strasser). Viki's arch nemesis had shown up at Llanfair earlier, demanding The Banner print retraction.

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Viki wasn’t buying Dorian’s claim that she gave the documents on C.I.A. black sites to her superiors months ago. The publishing tycoon said the American public had a right to know what Dorian was up to. It's so good to see these two at each other's throats again.

Dorian returned to La Boulaie, where David (Tuc Watkins) was the voice of sanity. He told his wife she was getting set up and she'd better save her own ass. 

Do you think Dorian did the right thing, or is she covering up what is really going on? I bet it won't take Viki and Jeffrey long to get to the truth.

Cutter’s (Josh Kelly) DJ skipped out on Shelter, after Dani overdosed. Desperate to keep the opening night from going down in flames, Cutter had Rama (Shenaz Treasurey) start offering free shots.