Eli's warehouse bomb explodes, and the fate of all sorts of characters is in question. Who's dead? Who's injured? Who's trapped? With Todd, Blair, John, Cole, Danielle, Marty, Natalie, Tea ... not to mention Eli himself all caught up in the rubble, there's definitely some damage to be sorted out. Look for Todd to have to save John's life, and for Todd and Tea to finally lay eyes on each other. Yes! Let's just hope it's not too late.
And because nobody knows that Hannah has Starr and Hope locked up, it's assumed that Starr and Hope were inside the warehouse when it exploded. And when they don't turn up among the ruins, Cole is walloped by grief. A grieving man is capable of just about anything! And by anything, we mean shooting and killing Eli.
Meanwhile, Hannah and James have a major confrontation, and it looks like Hannah is about to make sure he and Starr stay together forever -- "in the great beyond" style.
While all this is going down, Rex's investigation into Echo gets deeper and twistier. What exactly was she doing with that half-heart necklace that his parents had? Look for Clint to get involved in a way that makes him look awfully suspicious. And Charlie gets upset at Viki when he finds out she's hired Rex to snoop into Echo's life. Who is hiding what, exactly?
All this, plus Destiny tries to cope with the fact that her brother, Greg, is actually her father, and just in time for Halloween, you'll see someone crawl their way back from the grave! (And no, we don't mean Tea!)
Important Programming Note: One Life to Live will air an encore episode on Wednesday, so prepare to go back to 2009, for a particularly sexy episode, at least if you're Tea and Todd. It'll be a welcome break from seeing them covered in smoking rubble.
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