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Wednesday, January 3, 2007


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{mosimage}Kelly assures Elizabeth and Lucky that Elizabeth and the baby are okay. Maxie uses the baby she “lost” and the stray puppy she and Lucky found to play on Lucky’s sympathies. Maxie tells Georgie she is going to get everything she wants. Elizabeth grows suspicious of Maxie and asks Kelly if it’s possible that Maxie faked being pregnant.

Meanwhile, Carly confronts Sonny about him kissing her and plants a kiss if her own on him as payback. Carly and Sonny are interrupted by Rodriguez, who wants to question Sonny about Alcazar. Diane, Sonny’s new attorney, arrives as Rodriguez warns Sonny that Alcazar will retaliate against him eventually. Alcazar confides in Skye that something big is about to happen. Alcazar gives Skye some more insight into his business. Skye covers for Alcazar in front of Rodriguez. Carly is further detained from continuing her talk with Sonny when Mike arrives. Carly loses her patience when Bernie pushes past her to see Sonny and ends up barging into Sonny’s office.

While across the country, Colleen starts work at the daycare center where she claims to be a single mother whose husband has abandoned her. Emily sets out to transform Nikolas into a middle-class guy as part of their plan to get the jump on Colleen. Nikolas blames himself for having trusted Colleen in the first place. Nikolas and Emily realize their plan could backfire and make some adjustments. Colleen is confident Nikolas will never find her and Spencer.

Back in Port Charles, a smitten Milo is awkward in front of Lulu. Dillon and Lulu try to distract Epiphany while Spinelli hacks into the hospital computer to get information on Alan. Epiphany busts Dillon, Lulu and Spinelli but not before Spinelli gets the information he needs. In the meantime, Pete focuses his attention on Georgie.

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