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Lynda H's column..

http://www.voy.com/173777/26737.html

Marissa finds David about to leave town when she goes to Wildwind.

David feels he’s being railroaded for a murder he didn’t commit. Marissa urges David to

stay and fight if he’s really innocent and remains supportive even after he tells her

about some of the horrible things he’s done. Liza is David’s new lawyer. Liza is left

shaken after David accuses her of having taken his case just so she could purposely

lose it. Frankie continues to push Randi away. Liza wishes Colby would move in with her

but agrees to give her the money for the deposit to rent her own apartment with

Corrina. Colby won’t forgive Adam for having kept Liza’s letters from her. Aidan and

Adam clash over what’s best for Annie. Ian is ready for surgery to replace the

defective heart valve. Zach and Kendall kiss after getting good news about Ian. Kendall

is moved by Zach’s vehemence when he refuses to entertain the idea of her pleading

guilty in order to get a lighter sentence. Tad gets ordained as a minister online so he

can marry Jake and Amanda immediately. David barges in just as Jake and Amanda’s

ceremony begins. Tad punches David when he tries to make trouble. David ends up gagged

and tied to a chair as Jake and Amanda exchange impromptu vows. Jake and Amanda head to

the hospital in Barbados when she goes into labor unexpectedly. Amanda delivers a

healthy baby boy and has Jake place him in her arms despite her earlier claim that she

never wanted to see her child.

SNEAK PEEK: Tad defends David.

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Tad needs a good smack. David has become Pine Valley's punching bag...and he never punches back, drunk or sober.

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What heart surgeon in his right mind would risk his hands just to punch Tad? David usually finds more interesting ways of getting even anyhow.

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