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Sorry, didn't know what else to call this thread without giving stuff away LOL.

From SID:

During a confrontation with Carly, (Robin) Christopher shares that, "push literally comes to shove! And in the midst of this hullabaloo, we make a discovery that there's some connection between us that seems to be unsolved that involves a certain man that was in both our pasts." (Psst. If you are guessing Alcazar, you're right!)

Things get even more complicated once Carly tells Todd about Alcazar... and he notices a striking resemblance between Carly's ex and Tomas, the man that Blair is preparing to marry! Quicker than you can say "road trip," Todd, Carly, and Skye are racing to crash Blair's wedding. But will they get there in time? And even if they do, will Todd's former wife believe what she's told... or assume he's making a last-ditch effort to win her back?

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I could totally get behind this if they had Ted King back and also, if they're going to show Blair's wedding, why not make it a full OLTL reunion? Bring back Jack and Sam, have Robin Strasser and a couple more as guest stars. It could be marketed as a OLTL reunion and be a big ratings hit.

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I could totally get behind this if they had Ted King back and also, if they're going to show Blair's wedding, why not make it a full OLTL reunion? Bring back Jack and Sam, have Robin Strasser and a couple more as guest stars. It could be marketed as a OLTL reunion and be a big ratings hit.

I honesly thought you meant to say John and Sam there until I realized where you were going with that
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