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Self-made businessman Augustus Barringer fights back when the studio cancels his soap opera after a 20-year run and moves production to his own mansion.

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Kitty struggles to pull herself together for the talent show; R&R cast waits backstage; Kitty misses her cue and Alison is forced to go on first; Emmy is next up with a sultry, torch song number she makes up as she goes along.
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Alison wraps up the Q&A session; Willie and Phillip commiserate on deck about being underrated as soap stars; Veronica Barringer still waits for her fiance Bobby Tramble to no avail; Kurt confronts her about her choice in men.
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R&R cast arrive to a marina parking lot on a busted school bus, upset; costume designer Beth refuses to stay for the cruise and cusses them all out; Ivy and Randall announce she is joining the cast; the Barringer family wait on the yacht club deck.
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Dinner at the Barringer mansion; excitement and problems unfold for the R&R fan club cruise; Bobby proposes to Veronica; Max tells his sister she's moving too fast; an exhausted Kitty relaxes with hubby, Augustus, blabbing about her ballet routine.
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Network head of daytime, Edith Norman and Max, tell Calysta her storyline will be including a grown daughter to Calysta's disappointment; wardrobe mistress confronts Willie on set; Emmy corners Randall on set; Augustus chastises Fern.
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Barringer Sound Stages are poppin' after hours with bad boy Max Barringer at the center, celebrating the wrap of his first adult movie; Augustus Barringer, his dad, shows up un expectedly; mother, Kitty and Veronica have an emotional conversation.
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Alison and Randall celebrate their renewal vows with grumbling cast members looking for an escape; a party crasher breaks in with a gun holding everyone hostage and Emmy is a target; Derrick risks his life; Cory has a different kind of emergency.
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80-year-old Maeve is back on set on oxygen and whiskey, opposite Alison; Kitty visits an old flame for help; Willie gets more bad news; network execs make Max an offer he may not refuse; Alison and Randall talk another wedding.
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Augustus worries about Max's sloppy writing and ratings and Veronica agrees; Grandma Jones checks on her soap star granddaughter, Calysta; Willie has a medical malfunction; Calysta hires a personal assistant; Calysta misses her man, Derrick.
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Augustus and Kitty argue over his health and their son, Max's bad writing for the show; actor Phillip McQueen explodes on set with Calysta and Willie; network executive Larry Savenor and Augustus get in to a confrontation.
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Alison corners her pastor; network executive, Larry Savenor and his mistress, work on another scheme to obtain The Rich and the Ruthless from the Barringers.
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Max rehires a producer his father, Augustus, fired; Kitty Barringer struggles to keep in step on the soap and at home; siblings, Max and Veronica have secrets; Alison seeks advice from her pastor.
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The team goes to Hollywood for a funeral; Kitty hires her son to work on the show; Kitty makes a comeback.
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Production of the soap opera moves to Jamaica; a legendary actor joins the cast; Calysta and Derrick make up; Augustus collapses on his yacht.
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Randall and Alison scheme against Barringer; Calysta and Derrick fight; Calysta gets advice.
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Calista wants to do a remote shoot in Montego Bay; Emily has an affair with Randall; Kitty gets bad news; Veronica is on the warpath.
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The cast is upset about shooting in Barringer's Hollywood mansion and rumors of pay cuts.
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A network executive conspires with producer Randall Roberts to steal the soap opera from Barringer.

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