All My Children's Jesse Hubbard (Darnell Williams) just can't seem to get a handle on this co-parenting thing. First he misses out on Frankie's formative years, due to that whole, pesky, presumed death business. Then he neglects to tell Angie (Debbi Morgan) he fathered a daughter with another woman during said presumptive death.
No sooner than the Mrs. got past all of that, did this fool lie to Angie about their baby daughter dying and switching the deceased brat with some other tyke!
To be fair, Jesse was only trying to surprise his beloved by flying her adopted daughter Cassandra (Sal Stowers) home from Paris. The problem is, instead of netting some serious frequent flyer miles, Cassie wound up sold as a sex slave!
The week of June 10, Jesse will do the unthinkable to bring Cassandra home safe. Will the pact he makes with Russian money launderer and sex trafficker Uri (Martin Harvey) blow up in the cop's face?
Meanwhile, Jesse's homeboy Zach (Thorsten Kaye) will find himself at the center of a murder investigation the week in question. Will FBI ball buster Lea Marquez (Paula Garces) help her flirting partner out of this jam, or will she be the one to throw the book at the casino tycoon?
Therapist Dixie Cooney (Cady McClain) might need to lie on a couch of her own, when she runs into Billy Clyde Tuggle (Matthe Cowles)! Dixie's "sunshine" aka JR (Ryan BIttle) will take a nasty fall, much to the delight of dastardly Dr. David Hayward (Vincent Irizarry). Look for JR and David's renewed feud to make things hella tense around the Valley all summer!
Celia (Jordan Lane Price) better get over herself and stop acting like some silly, Disney princess. Colby Chandler (Brooke Newton) is back in town and in need of a hero!
Y'all know Pete (Robert Scott Wilson) had a thing for Ms. Chandler when they were kids. Back then, the heiress wouldn't give the geek the time of day. Well, little Petey has grown up quite a bit sense then...
Miranda (Denyse Tontz) will try to help her girl out, but the chick with a center named for her will be going through changes of her own, courtesy of BFF AJ (Eric Nelsen)! Does Binks' (Eden Riegel) kid really want to be more than friends with the histrionic, taut-bodied lad? She better figure things out fast, because a new girl is set to spark AJ's interest!