(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “One Life to Live” Episode Recap – Wednesday, December 14, 2011.
IT HAPPENED TODAY…
Téa, with her knowledge that Todd could be Victor’s killer, is driven half crazy when Blair and Danielle, both clearly in pain, come to grips with Tomas’s confession. Meanwhile, Starr expresses her relief to Todd that the mystery of who killed Victor is over. After telling him about her troubles with Rick, Todd reveals his feelings for Blair. Starr urges him to take it slowly, adding that she doesn’t think a phone call to see how Mom’s doing would be too pushy. At EOD, Todd calls Blair and tries to keep it light, but can’t stop himself from revealing that there’s something he wants to tell her.
John wants Natalie’s team to use Blair’s computer to find out the origination of Tomas’s Skype call. Their professional chat quickly turns personal with John demanding to know why Natalie is so cool toward him now. Before Natalie is forced to answer, Téa interrupts. At EOD, she quickly delivers the results of the technical exploration of Blair’s computer and goes. Tea and John wonder if they’ll be able to locate Tomas now.
Bo and Nora bring Matthew home and are surprised to find a one-man welcome wagon there David. He brings them up to speed on his latest enterprise: The Boy with the Chipmunk Tattoo. He’s on a publicity junket for the movie, sure to be a blockbuster. Matthew’s not too subtle when he gets rid of his parents so he can speak privately with David about Destiny’s pregnancy. Destiny arrives and asks the question that’s been on her mind since Matthew recovered: Is he going to be a part of their baby’s life? Nora’s upset that Matthew wanted her and Bo to leave. She thinks Matthew hates her now for having convinced Destiny to keep the baby. Bo urges Nora to give Matthew some time and space.
Shaun, Roxy and Nigel lament the cancellation of Fraternity Row. Roxy realizes that their petition to save Fraternity Row isn’t enough to make any sort of impact on the network. They need to make a bigger splash – something that will garner attention, publicize their cause, rock the boat. When David enters, she hits on the idea that he’s the answer.
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