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Sep 27 2012, 01:20 PM
Buh-Bye Tan of Our Lives
- June 16, 2007
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- Sep 27 2012, 12:21 PM
This week's Soap Opera Digest features a long article entitled "Heart-Stopper" about Nicole losing her baby.
At the beginning of the week, Nicole consoles Daniel, who is very upset that Melanie left. But Daniel buries the pain and focuses on Nicole. He then discovers Jennifer looking into Nicole's lab results, and he gets angry at her. Then Daniel talks to Maggie and says he feels bad about what happened with Jennifer, but Maggie tells him he must still have feelings for her.
Meanwhile, Jennifer and Nicole have a confrontation in the Horton Town Square. Jennifer yells at Nicole for having involved Daniel in her life. Ari Zucker explains that Jennifer "has her own issues and needs" and is still grieving over Jack. Nicole knows that Jennifer is putting her down just to make herself feel better.
Nicole then announces she's moving out of the Horton house. She ends up at Daniel's. Nicole goes to rest while Brady comes over and talks to Daniel. Nicole listens out of view as Brady tells Daniel that Jennifer still loves him. Daniel says he still loves Jennifer.
The next day, Nicole has a doctor's appointment. There is a substitute doctor there. The doctor discovers there is no heartbeat, using an ultrasound to confirm. Zucker shares that this is "heart-wrenching" for Nicole, and she poignantly relates all of the hardships that Nicole has suffered over the years.
Meanwhile in the hospital, Jennifer talks to Daniel, telling him that he's risking his career by helping Nicole. As they are arguing, Jennifer injures her hand and Daniel tends to it. Shawn Christian says that there is a spark "that becomes organically unearthed when the two of them are together."
Nicole sees the connection between these two, and she's in an emotional state already...
Pick up the latest Digest for all of the details!
The only thing Jennifer is grieving over is the lack of a tanned dick inside her.