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Convinced that Richie is in Pine Valley, Annie worries about Emma's safety. Ryan and Annie try to fly back to town but an electrical storm prevents them from taking off.

Meanwhile, Babe and Wes (who's really Richie) continue to bond and even go a picnic with kids -- Emma and Little Adam. Babe later realizes that Emma's security guard is missing and begins to worry. Annie calls Babe on her cell phone, but Wes answers and drops the phone. Everyone freaks out by the news that Emma, Little Adam and Babe could be with a psycho.

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Annie's sordid past finally threatens the lives of several Pine Valley residents when Babe's new friend Wes, a.k.a. the one and only Richie, emerges as a major interloper in her life. Speaking of which, as Ryan and Annie make their way back to Pine Valley, she is convinced that her deviant brother is hiding in town and her suspicions are validated when she attempts to contact Babe and Wes answers the phone instead during a picnic with Ms. Chandler, Emma and little Adam. Surprise, surprise! At the same time, Babe is disconcerted to learn that Emma's bodyguard is missing. Will Richie threaten the lives of his party? Or will Ryan and Annie make it home in time to save the day? The shocking turn of events unfolds this week on All My Children!

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