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As the World Turns Episode Recap, Thursday, October 8, 2009


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Jonthan Hensley (Holden, As the World Turns)Episode #13,620----Everyone is in shock at Holden's return. Holden collapses but when he comes to he realizes Lily was marrying Damian and is upset. Holden goes upstairs and Lily gets rid of everyone, telling Damian she has to be with Holden. Lily tries to explain to Holden that she thought he was dead and it was too painful for her to be alone. But Holden is upset she didn't wait longer. She tells Holden to rest and she goes to see Damian. Damian tries to convince her that her choice is not so obvious since she must love Damian or she wouldn't have married him. He pulls her into a kiss. Lily responds but insists she's staying with Holden. Meanwhile, Meg suggests to Jack that Damian might have engineered Holden's disappearance and he tells her she's being absurd. Then Luke comes and tells them about Holden's return. They're overjoyed and Jack goes to see Holden. Meg finds Damian drinking in the lounge and pretends to be sympathetic. Damian blows her off, but when Lucinda finds her still in the bar, she tells Meg not to give up. Meg says she's up to the task. Jack visits Holden and tells him about the killing of Eb. Holden is relieved. Alone, Holden gets a phone call from Renee saying Maeve needs him. When Lily returns home, she finds Holden is gone.

Noah finally shows up and tells Luke he had car trouble. He doesn't mention he was with Mason. Mason sees them at Java and lets it slip. Luke is upset and fights with Noah over the fact that he didn't tell Luke the whole truth. Noah tells Mason who suggests that Luke and Noah don't trust each other. Noah is insulted and tells Mason to lay off his personal life.

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