Soap Opera Digest|December 06, 2021
The Quartermaines’ Thanksgiving is packed with drama, and Ned finds himself at the center of it.

First, he must contend with Chase, who arrives in the wake of Brook Lynn informing Ned that Chase, not Valentin, is the father of her baby. “Ned is not happy,” sighs Wally Kurth (Ned). “He is disappointed in Brook Lynn for lying, but he comes down on Chase, as well. Ned isn’t happy that Brook Lynn was keeping a child from its father, destroying two men’s lives — not only lying to Chase, but taking Valentin’s child away from him! Ned thinks, ‘This was not well-thought-out by my daughter.’ ”

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