Sam Skips Town!

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Once Sam ad­mit­ted that she had feel­ings for Ja­son, Drew walked out on her. Cross­ing paths with Ja­son, Drew went on the at­tack, ac­cus­ing his twin of never tak­ing re­spon­si­bil­ity for any­thing. In the heat of the mo­ment, Ja­son slipped and re­vealed that he’d kissed Sam on New Year’s Eve. Ev­ery­thing built to a head as the brothers fi­nally came to blows, which landed them at the PCPD. Sam, who’d got­ten emo­tional while pack­ing a bag for Drew, rushed over to get her hus­band re­leased… only to re­al­ize he’d been fight­ing with Ja­son. When Sam later told Ja­son that she was head­ing out of town to fig­ure things out, he was hurt, but promised he’d be wait­ing — no mat­ter what she de­cided.


Re­leased from the PCPD, Drew went to see his son, who was spend­ing qual­ity time with Joss­lyn. Af­ter Carly and Joss left, the guys bonded and Drew re­vealed he’d left Sam. Nat­u­rally, Kim ar­rived just in time to hear that bit of info! She and Os­car of­fered Drew their sup­port, and they all shared a warm evening to­gether. Kim had just had sex with Ju­lian, but they’d agreed that it didn’t have to mean any­thing. Kim found her­self hav­ing to face the fact that she seemed to have a thing for men who are emo­tion­ally unavail­able!


Ja­son could open this door. No prob­lem, man. He would just stare at it with his misty, pretty blue eyes and send it al­ter­nat­ing waves of in­ten­sity and aloof­ness and the door would just kind of lose con­fi­dence and

just fall open.

Try­ing to dis­tance him­self from Maxie, Pe­ter sug­gested she find sup­port in Nina, but she ar­gued her sis­ter-in-law was a painful re­minder of Nathan (who re­ceived the Medal Of Valor posthu­mously). Af­ter in­sist­ing it was time Maxie moved home, Pe­ter told his pub­lisher all roy­al­ties from The Sev­ered Branch should go into a trust for her baby — one that couldn’t be tracked to him. That’s when Nina showed up. With Valentin in­volved in Ned and Olivia’s cam­paign to save Port

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