On the Amanda-baby Trevor front, the collective foursome of Tad, Taylor, Jake and Amanda struggle to put together a plan that will let Amanda "adopt" her own baby while not letting David onto the fact that their child didn't die. Opal comes up with the brilliant plan to abandon the baby on their doorstep while Jake and Amanda are talking to David. Thus the two have an alibi and can later come home and "find" the baby. Which, of course, automatically translates into adopting him. WHAT? It is Opal we're talking about. Probably out of sheer desperation, the fab four go along with this plan and ... something goes wrong. And just because Amanda and crew want David out of their storyline .... don't think for a minute that he is.
Jesse and Randi's big secret - that she "killed" D.A. North (no one realizes it was really North's nutso wife, Madison) -continues to put a strain on the Hubbard family. Angie wants to know what Jesse is hiding and starts demanding answers. Randi, tormented over the miscarriage, makes a huge, game changing move that will shift about three different stories and affects (at last count) at least 11 people. Oh, and Madison even acts like a bigger psycho witch and starts targeting some new prey.
Annie's dreams come true when Adam finally proposes to her. She starts making the preparations to become Adam's 13th wife, but the journey to a marriage made in hell is not an easy one. First, what's the deal with her being so .... friendly to Scott? Second, she better watch out because Zach is not through with getting her, and not Kendall, to take the fall for Stuart's murder. Third, why is she kissing JR? Fourth, did she kill Stuart? Some flashbacks throughout the month may shine some light on things.