Back at the tackhouse, Noah mentions Doris being OK with the funeral arrangements they've made. More grieving, Noah now regrets 'gutting' his Mom (with his harsh words). Aw - she still loved ya. One day Noah'll understand the unconditional love parents. Funny, Victor told Noah the same thing (and he wasn't just talkin' 'bout him and Mom). Grandpa then drops by - to hear the funeral will be simple and small (to discourage the press). Anything I can do? Victor gives sad puppy dog eyes.
At the ever popular First United Church, a woe is me Adam sits: Sharon - forgive me. He thought escape would give her a new life - instead it ended it. Now she's gone - and Adam doesn't know how to deal. He'd give anything to have her back.
Sam finds Sharon watching over the newborn lamb - to discuss a horse he's treating. Holding the lamb, Sharon's given the honour of naming her; Fanny. Oh look Sharon's smiling (which she hasn't had reason to do in a long time).
Oh my gosh - it's a miracle. Turning her back to grab a camera, Vikki finds that Lucy's rolled herself over. Daddy missed it - ha ha.
Recognizing Jana, Billy claims not to recognize the woman. No Sir, the banker didn't reveal Billy's name. The old account number is now inactive (and untraceable to Billy). The con artist must have given up. Billy sure hopes so.
Trying to figure out the numbers, Kevin says it'd be easier if the bank had provided the account holder's name. Jana knows how much this means to Kevin (who must PROMISE he won't tell anyone what they're up to). No worries - Kevin will protect Jana's job. And as the pair sit huddled in front of the laptop, Daniel arrives (not happy about it).
Eating at the club, Jill speaks of Billy - and would love to know Collin's kids (through him). Had SHE been their mother, Collin thinks things would have been different.
You died in my arms - we buried your body, Lily's understandably confused . Yeah - you did, Cane smiles. Their love didn't die - Cane will always be there for her.
Cane doesn't know if other people can see him - or if Lily can touch him. He doesn't know the rules. Slowly advancing to touch him, Lily gasps - you're real!
Bottle feeding the lamb, Sharon thanks Sam - then 'repays' him by telling him what kind of wine to get for dinner (with a friend who's coming over later).
Hey Mom, it's me - I miss you. Adam knows his mother wouldn't approve of things he's done - but has a favour to ask anyway; watch over Sharon (who he can't go on without). And when the Reverend comes along, Adam wonders why God took his mother, then the ultimate punishment, the woman he loves.
Billy home, Vikki announces that Lucy rolled over. Ya shoulda been here. Truer words have not been spoken, Billy sighs.
Kevin's horrified at the thought of his niece being sold to the highest bidder. Anybody willing to pay that much must really want a baby (and be rich). She's in a good home, Jana's sure. But being raised by criminals, Kevin grumbles. Struggling to remember, Jana reports that Primrose disconnected her cell after busting her. And as Jana remembers the note Agnes left on her car, Daniel saunters over. Taxes? Bit late for that isn't it? All flustered, Jana scurries out - to go get that 'paper' Kevin needs. The tax story not believed, Kevin confides EVERYTHING to Daniel (who's soon making a panicked dash for the door too).
Still at the club, Collin agrees to go to the cemetery with Jill. Meanwhile, that's where Lily is. And if she's dreaming, she doesn't wanna wake up. It must be kept their secret (Lily can't very well raise the twins if committed to the psych ward).
Lamb in her arms, Sharon mopes that she's lost everything. What to do next? Everyone thinks she's dead - and she's letting them believe that - for them. It'll be painful at first - but they're all better off without me.
The Reverend invites Adam to a grief support group - and he's sure Sharon's family will welcome his presence (at the arrangement meeting). Her son's handling things, Adam sighs. With condolences, the Reverend leaves Adam (to face a pissed off looking Victor, Nick and Noah).
Noah wastes no time reiterating that Adam's not welcome at his Mom's funeral. But of all the churches, Adam found himself at THIS one - isn't it a sign? And if anyone's to blame it's VICTOR (who blames Adam's diabolical ways - and wants Adam to leave so that Sharon's family can mourn in peace)
Sam brings in some supplies for Sharon - snacks and the local paper etc. And after Sharon approves of the wine he picked, Sam leaves her to go through the bag - and mope.
Jana's thrilled to hear that Lucy rolled over all on her own. And (when Vikki conveniently leaves the room) is even MORE thrilled when Billy gives her a 100 buck a week raise. Nearly wetting herself with gratitude, Jana pumps Billy's hand - then bows her way out.
So happy, Lily blathers on about how much she missed Cane. ID'ing the photo as his sister, Samantha, Cane can't stick around to explain (because car doors slamming indicate someone's coming). I'll find YOU, Cane assures (running off before Jill arrives). Flowers in hand (Collin at her side), Jill's so sorry she interrupted Lily's conversation with Cane.
Jill didn't mean to embarrass Lily (who's nervously wringing her hands - until Jill claims she too comes here to talk to Cane). Lily loves how much they adore the twins - and if Cane were here, he'd feel the same way.
Yes, of course Jana will watch Lucy while the Abbott's attend Sharon's funeral. Now alone, the Abbott's discuss poor Nick and Noah. Mac and JT are in shock too. That leads to talk of Reed - which leads to talk about 'protecting' kids. Who will look after Lucy if anything happens to them? Nick. Jack. Ashley? No rush - not like they won't be around to to see Lucy grow up; marry; have kids.
Daniel's back at CL's - hey man - any luck? Nope - but Kevin's not giving up. And as he goes to fix the ever-problematic espresso machine, Daniel runs a magnet over Kevin's laptop until he's rewarded with the blue screen of death. Mission accomplished, he exits again.
Lily's invited to Delia's Easter egg hunt at the mausoleum - bring the twins - and Neil - bring the whole family. They watch Lily clip clops out quickly. Her acting strange must be the 'raw emotion' of visiting Cane's grave.
Sam's got dinner all set - and just wanted to come check on Fanny one more time. And when his friend calls to cancel, Sam makes a comment about learning to roll with things (which usually turn out the way they're s'posed to).
The stand-off at the First United Church gets loud enough for the Reverend to scold them - threats in a house of God? 'Other' family!? We're her ONLY family - and since Adam ruined Sharon's life, Noah feels he doesn't deserve to be at the funeral.
Having performed her amazing rolling over trick again, Lucy's plucked from the playpen by Billy. Time to celebrate - with bubbly.
Ignoring Jana's flirting - and her digs at Chloe, Kevin just wants to see the note. Oh bullocks - it's written on plain paper (no clues there). What the hell!? No - no - no! a frustrated Kevin punches keys on his laptop. All his files are gone!
Daniel arrives as Lily's getting home (to share why he's 'kinda amped'). Kevin and Jana are close to finding the baby. Chiding Daniel for wiping out Kevin's laptop, Lily doubts it'll slow the computer genius down. And moving on, Lily claims she doesn't have anything to talk about. She's feeling just fine.
Meanwhile, a weepy Jill and Collin are at Cane's grave (as he peeks out to watch them).
Hungry? Yes (judging by the way Sharon's shoveling the food in). Setting the bottle of wine down, Sam's off to meet some friends for beers. He's leaving the phone in case she needs to call him (or anyone). There's no one, Sharon's 'nobody' from 'nowhere'. Sam doubts that (based on her knowledge of fancy wine).
The Reverend asks Adam to please leave through the back (the family's made their wishes known). God wouldn't turn me away - think about THAT next time you pray to Him, Adam stomps out. As if God would ever forgive him, Nick apologizes to the Reverend. It'll never happen again, Victor assures (though Noah isn't so sure Grandpa can keep that promise - he worries Adam will crash the funeral). Let him, Victor responds.
Next: Seems like you've been avoiding me since you got back from the Caribbean, Jack challenges Phyllis (who's smile remains frozen in place)... If you're gonna arrest me, arrest me, Adam hisses at the DA (at the ranch, Victor and Diane hover) .... Kevin confronts Daniel (Abby watching on) You're lying and you were lying about Canada. Mike's right. You don't want this kid found.
My Thoughts: How can Vikki think Lucy rolling over a 'miracle'? (now, Reed - delivered while Vikki was comatose - HE might be considered a miracle baby) ... Faith fell asleep so Nick told the sitter she could 'take a break'? Where's Amy taking this break? Leaving for the church, Nick didn't call out to notify Amy that he was going anywhere .... I still don't get why the bank hasn't forwarded the very clear surveillance tape of a 'con artist' to the police (shouldn't the video be aired on the evening news? So that other banks will be notified - and anyone who recognizes the woman can call in to Crimestoppers?) .... It'll be kinda hard for Hope to 'look out' for Sharon (since she's blind)... Ha ha Kevin - you funny - his niece has a 'criminal' for a bio Mom (and is being raised by 'criminals') - never mind that she'd be surrounded by criminals if she joined the Fisher/Baldwin family. Buying a baby is pretty well the only crime Lucy's bio family hasn't committed ... Why is Jana looking at CL's ceiling as she struggles to remember details on Primrose - are her lines written up there? .... Of course it's all about Sharon - what SHE'S lost. She's staying dead because it's better for THEM (NOT because she'll get her ass thrown in jail if she turns herself in - that can't possibly have anything to do with it). Her mother and son probably too grief stricken to eat, it's nice that Sharon's got a healthy appetite - and a fine bottle of wine to wash her delivered meal down .. I hope when Sharon does finally come back, Noah will say - you were right - we ARE better off without you ... Adam's grief is obviously genuine - but, never mind what the Newman family thinks, he owes it to Noah and Doris to stay away. The only thing worse than losing one's parent - is to lose one's child. Doris sure is handling it well ... Lily didn't think it was possible. Why? Cane stupidly asks. Um - because buried people usually stay that way ... And if Lily really wants to 'feel' something, why aren't her and Cane diving into the nearest shrub? The Ashby's love may still be alive - but their libido is dead. I don't think I'd be reaching out for Cane's chest .... Ok - so he IS a ghost - but why can't he tele transport himself around like John does? Clearly a rookie, Cane needs a mentor - maybe John can tell him the 'rules' - show him how to pop up n vanish (so he doesn't have to run around). Why IS Cane running off anyway? Like he was afraid Jill would see him. If she COULD, it's not like she'd be that shocked - people return from the dead all the time. In fact she must almost expect it (after Kay and Philip) ... Does Billy really think that giving Jana a 100 a week more is gonna cause her to stop playing Nancy Drew? If anything, it'll give her more funds to buy supplies - like wigs and pregnancy pillows ... Is Daniel gonna pause at the door with the same distressed look every time he leaves CL's? Someone's bound to notice. He sure doesn't have much of a poker face ... Lily's acting a little strange? Gosh Collin - ya think? Lily IS still grieving ... Oh yeah - Jana's bible would burst into flames if CHLOE touched it ... Especially standing beside big sinner Victor, Nick sounds a little silly (and hypocritical) in his certainty that God wouldn't forgive Adam. If Nick ever attended church (other than for weddings, funerals and Christenings) he'd know that God forgives everyone who asks (and confesses). I'm pretty sure that's how it goes anyway (God didn't tell me that himself or anythin') ... Going over the list, it's odd that Jana automatically 'eliminated all the' numbers dated before Daisy's baby was due (especially given the high percentage of babies that arrive prematurely). Plus - since Jana's convinced that Daisy really WAS in labour when she drove her (supposedly to the hospital) the night she escaped - why not go by THAT date? Billy used to 'house sit'? Who's house? He (and all his friends) had hired help for that. The Abbott home woulda been 'house sat' by Maime ... Nick claims that if Noah skipped the next 20 years, he'd miss HALF his life? Noah's life expectancy is 40? But, I guess given how rapidly Noah's aged, Nick might be accurate ... I don't know which is a worse idea, Sharon walking around the barn in high heels - or bare footed ... Alas Adam. You choosing First United isn't a sign that you should be at Sharon's funeral - it's a sign that every single religious occasion occurs there.