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|Matt||Jan 6 2014, 12:52 PM|
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WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SYNOPSES|
WEEK OF JANUARY 8 - JANUARY 12, 1979
Trish surfaced in L.A., couldn't locate Jeri, and had a call to David intercepted by Stephanie who kept mum to David. Donna miscarried after she and Pete had a cycle crash on their way to a justice of the peace. Margo was re-hospitalized. Doug and Maggie halted being too close for comfort, but Steve taunted Julie that Doug's got a thing for Maggie. Kate told Bill and Laura that her infatuation with Bill is long gone. Mary and Chris made wedding plans, as did Don and Marlena. Bob caught Linda on Neil's doorsteps. Artie got Trish a singing job in L.A.
WEEK OF JANUARY 15 - JANUARY 19, 1979
Bob and Linda tussled about her affair with Neil. She tumbled downstairs and developed amnesia. Steve convinced Julie and Doug wanted her to go on a buying trip so he could snuggle up to Maggie. Marlena asked Samantha to her wedding. Sam told Trish that Jeri and Timmy (Scott) are in Salem. David spent a night with Stephanie. Pete left for school, and Donna made amends with Don and Marlena. Trish hinted to Artie that she did "bad things" to get plane fare back to the states. Mickey feared he's losing Maggie, who went to the farm. Margo was released but Tom couldn't say how long she has to live.
WEEK OF JANUARY 22 - JANUARY 26, 1979
Julie felt guilty for doubting Doug after Maggie told her that they shared problems but not desires. David told Trish there is nothing left between them. Stephanie goaded him about Trish being a lousy mother. Doug learned from Amanda that Steve's antique music boxes are definitely fakes but didn't tell Julie. Laura hid her dizzy spells from Bill. Bob blamed himself for Linda's condition and won't desert her. Chris and Mary agree to live together again before they marry. Margo considered Trish's return a blessing since Mike could fall back on Trish if Margo dies.
COVER DATE: APRIL 10, 1979
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