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6 minutes ago, kalbir said:

Global update. Thursday Global/Friday CBS - 6673, original air date June 19, 1999.

 

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Judge Brainard calls Cassie up to the bench. Cassie explains that if she has to go to Madison to live with Alice, she will do so and she will try real hard to be happy. But if she has any choice at all, she wants the judge to let her live with her mommy, Nick and Noah. The battle is finally over: Custody for Cassie is awarded to Nick and Sharon.

 

Victor tells Neil his suspicion that Jack must have something up his sleeve. After a late breakfast in bed with Cole, Ashley reads the minutes of the last Newman Enterprises board meeting and realizes what Jack and Brad have done.

 

Victor tries to make up with Diane.

 

Jill continues to wallow in her self-pity and continues to drink.
 

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31 minutes ago, BoldRestless said:

I'm thinking it's a theme of parents and children? The 2006 date could be wrong. The day before and after deal with the birth of Fenmore. Otherwise I'm stumped.

 

That makes more sense.

 

 

But then .... what about this....
 

On 6/16/2020 at 4:29 PM, rlj said:

 

Transcript for 
Mon Oct 16, 2006 US, or Friday Oct 13, 2006 Canadian.

 

Devon to Carmen Mesta:
This is about Drucilla. I'm sure you know that. Am I-- I'm sorry. I, uh, I talk too loud sometimes. I'm still getting used to this. All right, um... Carmen, the thing is... Drucilla can be pretty intense. And sometimes it's a good thing, sometimes it's not so good. Um, she just feels really strongly about certain things. And that's part of what makes her such a great parent. Now I don't know if you knew this about me, but a few years back I was in a group home, all right? I had no one. And at that time, I was, you know, mad at the world and everybody in it. But when Mr. and Mrs. Winters took me in as their foster son, they saved me. They gave me a future. And for the first time in my entire life, I knew what it meant to be a part of a real family. Now... bottom line? I don't wanna see Dru lose all the things that she's worked so hard to give me. And if she loses her job, you know, goes to jail, loses her freedom and gets ripped away from her family--

 

-- if this is the right episode, then maybe the week's theme is about parents and children, who have had a difficult time?

Theory #75845623 about the weekly theme....
(I really don't know, I just keep guessing!)
 

 

Monday
Victor was left in an orphanage, now reconciles with his birth mother.


Tuesday
Grace and Tony see Cassie walking into Millie's.

(Cassie was adopted by Alice who abandoned her  -- and Millie tried to care for her.) 

 

Wednesday

Devon talks about how there was nobody to care for him, and he was in a group home, and had nobody until Dru and Neil took him in.

 

Thursday

Jill wants to find out if Dina was really sick for two years in a sanitarium, or if Dina is lying and had simply ignored the family for two years.

[But this doesn't really fit, because Jack, Ashley, and Traci were already adults the last time Dina disappeared. I don't know]

 

Friday
The judge rules Nick and Sharon have custody of Cassie.

 

 

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7 hours ago, janea4old said:

 

That makes more sense.

 

 

But then .... what about this....
 

 

Transcript for 
Mon Oct 16, 2006 US, or Friday Oct 13, 2006 Canadian.

 

Devon to Carmen Mesta:
This is about Drucilla. I'm sure you know that. Am I-- I'm sorry. I, uh, I talk too loud sometimes. I'm still getting used to this. All right, um... Carmen, the thing is... Drucilla can be pretty intense. And sometimes it's a good thing, sometimes it's not so good. Um, she just feels really strongly about certain things. And that's part of what makes her such a great parent. Now I don't know if you knew this about me, but a few years back I was in a group home, all right? I had no one. And at that time, I was, you know, mad at the world and everybody in it. But when Mr. and Mrs. Winters took me in as their foster son, they saved me. They gave me a future. And for the first time in my entire life, I knew what it meant to be a part of a real family. Now... bottom line? I don't wanna see Dru lose all the things that she's worked so hard to give me. And if she loses her job, you know, goes to jail, loses her freedom and gets ripped away from her family--

 

-- if this is the right episode, then maybe the week's theme is about parents and children, who have had a difficult time?

Theory #75845623 about the weekly theme....
(I really don't know, I just keep guessing!)
 

 

Monday
Victor was left in an orphanage, now reconciles with his birth mother.


Tuesday
Grace and Tony see Cassie walking into Millie's.

(Cassie was adopted by Alice who abandoned her  -- and Millie tried to care for her.) 

 

Wednesday

Devon talks about how there was nobody to care for him, and he was in a group home, and had nobody until Dru and Neil took him in.

 

Thursday

Jill wants to find out if Dina was really sick for two years in a sanitarium, or if Dina is lying and had simply ignored the family for two years.

[But this doesn't really fit, because Jack, Ashley, and Traci were already adults the last time Dina disappeared. I don't know]

 

Friday
The judge rules Nick and Sharon have custody of Cassie.

 

 

Parent and Child reunion?

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Cassie only appears briefly at the end of one of the episodes. I bet when the press release comes out they're going to say they picked it because of Adam and Victor (boxing glove scene). They play that scene a lot (even used it in one of the "previously on" last year) and they seem to be showing a lot of episodes that they have used clips from before.

 

Regarding Olivia & Malcolm's wedding, I noticed that my TV guide onscreen description said "Victoria causes trouble for Ryan and Nina" so either they cut a Victoria scene, or they meant to say Tricia. I'm sure Sarah Aldrich had more to do than just sit in the back of the church. 

 

@janea4old I think that couple in the church were just extras.

 

It was funny seeing the wedding considering how bitchy Olivia has been to Malcolm in all of the recent broadcasts. 

 

 

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Loving that some of the classics on CBS All Access include the old school bumpers with the actor stills and old closing credits with the actor shots on the right hand side. The last update from September 1999 (and that lasted through December 24, 1999 when the red satin porn opener debuted) included Eileen Davidson, David Tom, and Ashley Bashioum. Eileen was in one if the bumpers last week or the week before, I want to see their closing credit shots. This was also when CBS switched over to the network closing credits. I hope we get to aee another epi from the late 1999 period

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