Phyllis and her loved ones anxiously await her arrival at work. Twelve hours, a day of semi-freedom, is exactly what is going to help Phyllis through her incarceration. Though she had dreams of close encounters and an office rendezvous with her husband, Phyllis is content just to see him and Summer, in fear that she will get caught violating the strict “work-only” policy. Unfortunately for Phyllis, she is the only one overjoyed today. Her friends and family members have their minds on Noah and Victoria who are still hospitalized.
Noah is floating in and out of slumber. When he is awake he is weak and does not recall what occurred the last time he was awake. He is also in a lot of pain. Sharon and the doctors just assume the pain is from his surgery and the disorientation is from the anesthesia and pain killers. Phyllis does call once she arrives at work to check in on the little guy. After Phyllis’ call, Noah begins to moan in pain. Noah calls out for Nick, who had earlier promised to be there if Noah needed anything. Nick is at Newman visiting Phyllis.
The rest of the Newman family, though glad to hear Noah seems to be doing better, wait with worry for any kind of word or change in Victoria’s condition. Victor hires a neurological specialist that is specifically trained and prepared to deal with brain injuries of pregnant women. JT won’t leave Victoria’s side. He talks and begs constantly, hoping for some kind of response.
Jill, Katherine and Cane now work to deal with the aftermath of what happened at Clear Springs personally and professionally. Cane is consumed with guilt and blame though his mother and grandmother don’t hold him at fault. Together, as a family, they work to provide comfort and support for the families injured or who lost someone in the accident.
Jill and Kay visit the Newman’s at the hospital while Cane finds support and friendship with Lily. Lily doesn’t understand why Cane is being so hard on himself and tells him sometimes bad things happen to good people. Cane can’t just accept that notion but he is glad to have Lily as a friend.
At the hospital, Jill is furious that the media is calling Jack a hero. To get Jill’s mind off of Jack, Kay points out that Victor is the real hero. When Jack checks in with Nikki and Victor, he has an unpleasant run in with Jill, who vows to never stop reminding the world that he is a murderer not a hero.
Lauren desperately wants to be with her friends but Michael would rather that she stay home and recuperate. Lauren is anxious and shaking uncontrollably.
Lauren may be out of the black physically but is she headed for another mental breakdown? If so, how will this effect her seemingly strong and happy marriage? Speaking of marriage, can Lauren and Michael’s best friend’s marriage endure Phyllis’ work release with the conditions of no marital contact? Check back here at Soapdom tomorrow to find out if Sharon and Noah are going to blame Phyllis for Nick not being on hand when his son was in pain and calling out for him.Make Soapdom's Recaps, Your Recaps, and the Best on the Net
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