Willow is shocked to learn that she is pregnant

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Wednesday, June 29, 2022

At Kelly's, Felicia called Anna out for being more focused on Anna's cell phone than what Felicia had said. Anna assured Felicia that she'd heard every word about Felicia's confrontation with Ryan Chamberlain -- three times. Felicia apologized, but the encounter had left her with residual adrenaline. Felicia asked about Anna's date with Valentin, but Victor entered in time to hear his son's name mentioned. Victor was curious what the ladies had been talking about, but Anna coldly pointed out that it been a private conversation.

Outside, Valentin scowled when he saw his father talking to Anna and Felicia. He quickly entered the diner to drag his father away, but Victor surprised everyone by suggesting that Victor and Valentin join the ladies for coffee. Felicia told Victor that three was company, but four was a "nightmare." Victor took the hint, and he offered to reschedule his business meeting with Valentin so Valentin could spend time with Anna. After Victor left, Anna admitted that she was eager to hear more about Victor and Valentin's business meeting. Valentin claimed that Victor was on a mission to keep the Cassadines close, and Valentin had taken Anna's advice by pretending to go along with it in order to keep tabs on Victor.

After Felicia excused herself to fetch a cup of coffee, Valentin confessed that he hadn't been able to stop thinking about Anna since their date. Anna admitted that Valentin had been on her mind, too. Pleased, Valentin suggested a second date, and Anna happily agreed. However, Felicia returned before Valentin and Anna finalized their plans. Felicia wondered what she had missed, prompting Anna to ask about the ELQ shareholders meeting. Valentin revealed that he had prevailed.

Anna congratulated Valentin, but Felicia imagined the Quartermaines weren't happy. Valentin was confident that the Quartermaines would eventually have a change of heart. Anna noticed that Valentin had continually checked his cell phone, so she asked if everything was okay. To Anna and Felicia's surprise, Valentin announced that he had to attend to business and fled, but not before promising to call Anna about their second date.

Felicia was taken aback by Valentin's abrupt departure. Anna agreed that it had been odd. The conversation quickly returned to Anna's date with Valentin. Anna confided that Valentin had acted strangely that night, too. Anna's gut told her that something else was going on besides the trouble at ELQ. Felicia encouraged Anna to trust her intuition, but Felicia was also certain that Valentin's feelings for Anna were genuine.

Anna admitted that the feeling was mutual, but Anna couldn't ignore the fact that Valentin brought a lot of complications with him; as long as Valentin was in Anna's life, Victor would be, too. Anna had a problem with that because Anna was certain that Victor had murdered Luke. Felicia agreed, but she reminded her friend that Valentin was not his father. Anna conceded that Felicia was right, but family ties were hard to break.

At Metro Court's gardens, Carly was eager to hear about the ELQ shareholders meeting. Drew explained that everyone had voted against Valentin except Ned because Ned hadn't been happy with the offer that Drew and Michael had made. Carly was surprised by the move, but she pointed out that even if Ned had voted to keep Valentin as CEO, it wouldn't have been enough to secure Valentin's position. Drew conceded that Carly was right; the vote had been a tie. Stunned, Carly asked who had turned against the Quartermaines. She was furious when she realized that it had been Lucy.

Drew broke the news that the merger had also failed. Drew blamed himself for underestimating the situation and not taking steps to secure Ned's vote, but Carly reminded Drew that no one could have foreseen how things would play out. Drew disagreed -- Valentin had. Drew revealed that word about the failed merger had gotten out quickly, and Aurora Media's stock had plummeted. Carly nervously asked about the shares that she had bought, and Drew gently explained that she had likely taken a big hit.

Drew assured Carly that he would help her in any way possible, but Carly explained that it wouldn't be that easy. "I sold my half of Metro Court," Carly said. Drew was stunned. Carly placed a call to her financial advisor and arranged a meeting to discuss her options. After the call, Carly explained that she had a contract to buy back her half of the hotel -- plus three percent -- which wouldn't have been an issue if the merger had gone through. Drew promised Carly that they would figure things out, but she insisted that it was her problem to deal with.

A short time later, Reggie arrived to discuss Carly's financial situation. Drew offered to leave, but Carly wanted him to stay. Reggie revealed that Stillwater Venture Group would be exercising their option to sell Carly's half of the hotel, but Carly reminded Reggie that she had a contract that gave her 30 days to buy back her half of the hotel. Reggie explained that selling off all her investments wouldn't be enough. According to Reggie, the contract was void because Carly didn't have the capital to demonstrate solvency. Carly was devastated when she realized that she had lost her half of the hotel.

At the Quartermaine mansion, Ned asked Olivia to give him an opportunity to explain things. Frustrated, Olivia demanded to know what had caused Ned to throw away his family's legacy. Ned insisted that siding with Valentin had been the only way to stay in a position of power because Drew and Michael would have sidelined Ned if the merger had succeeded. Olivia argued that Ned could have found a compromise, but he insisted that Drew and Michael hadn't been interested in making concessions. Ned assured his wife that he had thought things through, and he had done what he believed was best for Olivia, Brook Lynn, and Leo.

Olivia didn't care about ELQ, but she was concerned about Ned's relationship with his family. She reminded him how rare it was for the Quartermaines to unite for a common purpose and that his defection would cost him. Olivia was certain that the family would rally against Ned, and she wondered if he was okay with that. Ned argued that he hadn't been given a choice, but Olivia disagreed. She pointed out that he had made a choice -- the wrong one. Olivia didn't think Ned appreciated how bad things might get for him.

Olivia asked if Ned had considered how his standing in the family might affect Leo. Ned seemed surprised by the question, but he assured his wife that he would never do anything to hurt Leo or Olivia. Olivia disagreed because Ned had broken a promise to her by not confiding to her about Valentin's offer. Ned explained that he hadn't made a decision until the meeting, but Olivia didn't care. She was hurt that he had kept her out of the loop, even though he had promised her that they were a team. Ned assured Olivia that he trusted her, and he would have told her if he had realized how it would make her feel. Olivia was troubled that it had never occurred to Ned that she would be hurt.

Outside on the patio, Michael wrapped up a phone call arranging a meeting to discuss the next move against Sonny. Michael was startled when Leo appeared out of nowhere and asked what Michael had planned for Uncle Sonny. Michael explained that it was a surprise. Satisfied, Leo mentioned overhearing Brook Lynn on the phone with Granny Tracy, and it was clear that Brook Lynn had been mad at Ned. Michael advised Leo against referring to Tracy as Granny because it might make Tracy feel old. Leo decided to go inside, but he stopped short when he saw his parents arguing.

Michael gently suggested that Leo wait to enter, prompting Leo to admit that he had been hoping to cut some apples for his horse. Michael offered to help Leo, and the two went to the stables.

A short time later, Leo entered the living room. His hair was mussed, and he had pieces of straw sticking out of it. Concerned, Olivia and Ned asked if Leo was okay. Leo confessed that he had taken it upon himself to brush Comet, but Leo had taken a spill from the stool. Ned vowed to find a new stable manager. Olivia was curious why Leo hadn't fetched Olivia or Ned, and Leo explained that he hadn't wanted to bother them because they had been arguing. Olivia and Ned assured their son that they were always available to him because they were family, and family stuck together, even when they were mad.

At Metro Court's pool, Sonny asked Willow about the ELQ shareholders meeting. Willow wasn't comfortable acting as a go-between, so he told Sonny to reach out to Michael directly. Sonny started to make another appeal for information, but Nina explained that Willow was unwell. Sasha added that she wanted to take Willow to the hospital, but Willow insisted that she was fine. Annoyed, Willow turned to leave, but she began to sway on her feet. Sonny managed to catch Willow when she suddenly went limp.

Liesl arrived in time to direct Sonny to lay Willow down and elevate Willow's feet. Sonny followed Liesl's orders. After a quick examination, Liesl sent Nina to fetch a glass of juice. Sasha was on the phone with 9-1-1, but Liesl told Sasha to cancel the ambulance because it wasn't an emergency. Just then, Willow's eyes fluttered open. Nina handed the glass of juice to Liesl, who in turn held the glass to Willow's lips.

Willow tried to assure everyone that she was fine, but Liesl insisted that Sasha take Willow to the hospital to be checked out. Willow reluctantly agreed when Sonny decided to accompany Sasha and Willow to the hospital. After the trio left, Nina remained concerned about Willow; Liesl pointed out that Willow was Wiley's adoptive mother, and Willow had denied Nina a relationship with Nina's grandson. Nina explained that Sonny had reminded Nina that Wiley would one day be old enough to make his own decisions, and Wiley would get to choose who he spent time with. Nina hoped that Michael and Willow didn't completely "brainwash" Wiley into hating Nina.

Liesl wondered what Nina intended to do until then. Nina insisted that she had a full life and plenty to keep her busy. Liesl asked if that included a certain "dimpled mafioso." Nina smiled because it sounded as if Liesl approved. Liesl clarified that she approved of Nina being happy, even if it was with the man who hated Liesl's love. Nina took the opportunity to question her aunt about Liesl's decision to turn down Scott's proposal of marriage. Liesl admitted that Scott had made the offer of marriage on a whim as part of an apology, but Liesl had wanted more.

Nina asked if Liesl would give Scott a different answer if Scott proposed under the right circumstances. Liesl conceded that her relationship with Scott was vastly different than each of her relationships with Faison and Victor had been. Nina suggested that it was because Scott was not deranged. Liesl acknowledged that her previous relationships had been wars of wills, but Nina disagreed. Nina reminded Liesl that Liesl had been obsessed with Faison, and Victor had been obsessed with Liesl.

Nina insisted that obsession was not love. Liesl smiled because with Scott, things had been easy and fun. Nina realized it was a first for her aunt. Liesl agreed, and Liesl suggested that the same was true for Sonny and Nina. Liesl said she had never seen Nina lose her heart so completely. Nina explained that she and Sonny had decided to take things slow, but Liesl argued that if it were any slower, both Nina and Sonny would be standing still.

Nina confided that falling in love with "Mike" had been unexpected, but things had changed with Sonny. Liesl acknowledged that Sonny had had baggage, but he had shed it. Liesl advised her niece not to make things more complicated than they had to be, but Nina remained uneasy because of her past relationships. Liesl admitted that Scott had shown Liesl that not all relationships were difficult. Liesl was certain the same was true for Nina and Sonny. Liesl was grateful that she had taken a chance on Scott because Liesl might have been stuck with a "narcistic megalomaniac."

Nina glanced behind Liesl and quickly tried to silently warn her aunt. Liesl followed Nina's gaze and frowned when she saw Victor. Liesl was surprised to see him because Liesl thought vampires burst into flames when touched by daylight. Victor chuckled because he appreciated Liesl's sense of humor. Victor explained that he had arrived early for a business meeting, so he had decided to take some time to relax poolside. After Nina stepped away to get an update on Willow, Victor asked why Liesl had turned down "the ambulance chaser's" proposal of marriage.

Liesl didn't think it concerned Victor, but he disagreed because her decision not to marry Scott had signaled to Victor that there was reason for him to hope for a future with Liesl. Liesl asked how many stars there were in the universe because it was the same odds as them getting back together. Victor insisted that Liesl was a woman of the world, and she had turned Scott down because she was leagues ahead of Scott. Liesl advised Victor to leave before she tossed him off the roof, but Victor was certain that Liesl would always carry a torch for him just as he would for her because they belonged together.

A short time later, Victor knocked on a hotel room door. Valentin answered. Victor apologized for changing the location of their meeting, but they couldn't risk discussing business near Anna and Felicia. Valentin agreed.

At the nurses' station, T.J. asked Epiphany about her Juneteenth. Epiphany admitted that she had spent most of the time studying, but she had managed to squeeze in a prayer service and a barbeque. T.J. revealed that he had gift for Epiphany. He presented her with the medical textbooks he had used when he had studied for his MCATs. Epiphany was touched by the thoughtful gift and T.J.'s words of encouragement.

Moments later, Sasha, Willow, and Sonny arrived. Sasha called out for help, and both T.J. and Epiphany sprang into action. Willow continued to downplay her fainting spell, but T.J. and Epiphany whisked Willow to an exam room. Sasha feared that something was seriously wrong with Willow, but Sonny urged Sasha to calm down. Sasha reminded Sonny that her last few trips to the hospital had ended in tragedy when her son had died and when Willow's mother had died.

Just then, Michael arrived. He thanked Sasha for calling him and asked for an update on Willow. Sasha told Michael about Willow's fainting spell, but she assured him that Willow was being examined. Sonny added that Willow had walked in under her own power, but Michael demanded to know how Sonny had gotten involved. Michael didn't bother to wait for an answer as he marched over to the exam room that Sasha had pointed to.

In the exam room, Epiphany revealed that Willow's blood pressure was 80/50, which Willow agreed was low. However, Willow promised that she had eaten, and she blamed the fainting spell on stress. T.J. asked if Willow had had any other fainting spells besides the two that he knew of. Willow assured T.J. that she hadn't, but she reluctantly acknowledged that she'd had a few "brief" episodes of lightheadedness. T.J. sensed that Willow wasn't being entirely truthful.

Willow continued to blame her fainting spell on the stress of juggling motherhood and nursing school, but T.J. insisted on running a battery of tests. He explained that stress might trigger the episodes, but it might not be the root cause. Shortly after Willow changed into a hospital gown, Michael entered. Willow was quick to assure Michael that she was fine, but Michael heard the concern in T.J.'s voice. Once they were alone, Michael told Willow that he had noticed that her energy had been unusually low.

Willow assured Michael there was nothing to worry about, but he remained uneasy. Willow confessed that she had lied to T.J. about eating breakfast. Willow admitted that she couldn't remember eating that morning, and she had forgotten to eat a few times in recent weeks. Willow promised that she would tell T.J. Satisfied, Michael gave Willow an update about the ELQ shareholders meeting, but he assured her that he and Drew would devise a new strategy to deal with Valentin.

At the nurses' station, Sasha asked Epiphany for an update on Willow, but Epiphany could only advise Sasha to keep thinking good thoughts. Sonny offered to fetch Sasha some water, but Sasha declined. She appreciated Sonny's help, and everything that Sonny had done for Brando. Sasha knew that things were rocky between Sonny and Michael, but she knew that Sonny was good to his family. The conversation turned to Liam's death, and Sonny acknowledged there was no greater pain than the loss of a child. Sasha said she had learned that she could lose a loved one in an instant, so she tried to focus on being grateful for what she had.

Sonny decided to leave to avoid further upsetting Michael. Sasha assured Sonny that despite the tension, Michael knew that Willow had been in good hands with Sonny. After Sonny left, Sasha saw Michael emerge from the exam room. Michael reported that Willow claimed to be fine, but Michael had his doubts. Sasha told Michael about what had transpired at the pool, and she made a point of crediting Sonny with catching Willow. Michael confided that he was trying not to have dark thoughts about Willow's health.

Meanwhile, Sonny returned to Metro Court's pool. He updated Nina, and he told her about his encounter with Michael. Nina thought Michael should be grateful that Sonny had caught Willow because Willow might have been seriously injured. Sonny admitted that he wanted to talk about something else. Nina asked what was on his mind, and he answered her with a kiss.

At the hospital, T.J. told Willow that he had the results of one of her tests. Willow was shocked when T.J. revealed that she was pregnant.

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