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AMC PreVUE: Week of December 20 Edition

AMC PreVUE: Week of December 20 Edition

 Friday, December 17, 2010 at 8:00 AM ET by Angela Rosa

Photo: Yolanda Perez/ABC

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — A look at what’s happening on “All My Children” during the week of December 20, 2010.


Erica and Caleb get too close for comfort while sharing a moment of victory on Monday, December 20. JR and Marissa’s interaction upsets Annie. Annie insecurities reach a fever pitch when JR fails to return her declaration. JR reels from his substantial business losses. On Tuesday, December 21, Marissa’s words of support deeply affect JR. Jake and Cara make an effort to co-exist on Wednesday, December 22. “All My Children” will air encore presentations on Thursday, December 23 and Friday, December 24.

The Inside Story: My Baby Has a Secret
Frankie warns Madison that time is running out to make a decision about her pregnancy. On Monday, December 20, Greenlee learns Madison’s secret while doing some snooping at the hospital. Feeling threatened, Greenlee moves to push Madison’s path further away from Ryan. Randi confronts Greenlee over her interference. Ryan’s intrusive act of concern for his ailing ex earns her ire on Tuesday, December 21. Frankie helps keep Ryan in the dark. Greenlee tell Madison that she knows her secret. Greenlee contemplates telling Ryan the truth.

A Closer Look: Time after Time
Bad news about Erica’s legal situation heightens Kendall’s already sullen disposition. Ryan gets on the wrong side of yet another baby-mama on Tuesday, December 21. Struggling to cope, Kendall moves to reassert her independence. A concerned Ryan and Bianca strike out against the wall Kendall’s put up. Griffin and Kendall have another unpleasant encounter when she interrupts his meeting with an investor at the Miranda Center. On Wednesday, December 22, Kendall is deeply affected by Bianca’s surprising discovery.

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