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The Edge of Night/Episode 3370
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Episode 3370 is the fifty-eighth episode of the fourteenth season of The Edge of Night, and the three thousand three-hundred seventieth episode overall.
After dinner, Ron and Cookie visit Mike and Nancy. In the privacy of Mike's study, Ro begs Mike to tell him what's going on with Travis and the canceled D.C. trip. Mike avoids the issue. Ron pleads that he's between a rock and hard place since he has to spy on Mike for Barrington, and on Barrington for Mike. Unable to stand Ron's badgering, Mike tells Ron that they were wrong-- the ledger contained names of legitimate businessmen. Shocked into disbelief, Ron concludes that Mike has been bought by Barrington, too. Cookie notes Nancy's sad, distracted behavior, but Nancy lies that she's just sad about Mike and Laurie both going away. Cookie speculates that the real reason for Nancy's unhappiness is the fact that Nancy won't confront Mike about Nicole's fur coat. At the cabin, Barney shows Mona the gun Barrington gave him. While Laurie pretends to sleep, Mona and Barney argue about keeping the gun. Barney puts it in a drawer and then lies down. Laurie bides her time until both Barney and Mona nod off. Quietly, Laurie slips out of bed and eases over to the drawer. She carefully removes the gun. Barney and Mona jolt awake, as Laurie whirls around, aiming the weapon at them.
Allusions and References
- Cookie: We went to a restaurant called The Copper Kettle. It sounded very atmospheric, and it was.
- Ron: The dominant atmosphere was surliness...