In Genoa City, two people are missing and thus the center of the story: Philip “Chance” Chancellor IV, husband of Abby Newman-Abbott-Chancellor, need-to-know government secret agent at levels those of us in regular civilization don’t want to know, and Mariah Copeland, who with biological input from friend Devon Hamilton is carrying Abby’s unborn child.
In Los Angeles, we learn that if one is going to work from home, and the owner of your business is calling you on your phone, you ought to put your clothes on, or at least put your shirt on, especially if the owner has only one demand of you as Chief Operating Officer and head of the Legal Department. Apparently, the joy that the former and future jewelry maker, Quinn, brings to the man with tens of millions of dollars to lose, Carter Walton, makes putting one’s entire reputation, life, money, family, company and business. What is that power? Sexual desire, at least for those men under the spell of Quinn, or those women under the spell of Carter, or whatever. Not judging the characters – both of them keep telling each other a version of “this is the last time” only to be followed by another trip to bed.