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Sami (Alison Sweeney) and Lucas (Bryan Dattilo) had an emotionally charged reunion this week on "Days of Our Lives." NBC

The heart-stopping and jaw-dropping dramas and moments were never ending this week on "Days of Our Lives," "The Young and the Restless," and "The Bold and the Beautiful," because all three soaps knew how to turn up the heat in their storylines just enough to cause some tensions to explode, while others only cranked things up another level.

In case you missed a moment of the emotional reunions, devastating heartbreak, big goodbyes and switches in major conflicts that took place between Oct. 16-Oct. 20 on all three of the major soaps, here's the five biggest moments that happened this week:

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Sami And Lucas Have An Emotionally Charged Reunion

Sami (Alison Sweeney) is finally back in Salem, following news that her son, Will (Chandler Massey) may be alive after all. While at her son's grave, she reunited with his father, Lucas (Bryan Dattilo), but she's since been devastated that he has fallen off the wagon as badly as he has. She is hoping to help him sober up, because if they do learn Will is alive and manage to find him, she knows their son won't want to see his father in such a state. She hasn't had luck so far, but she will be determined to help him. Her primary focus however, will still be getting answers about Will.

Nicole Breaks Eric's Heart And Leaves Salem

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Nicole (Arianne Zucker) said goodbye to Salem this week on "Days of Our Lives." NBC

After realizing Brady (Eric Martsolf) wouldn't let her be happy with Eric (Greg Vaughan), and would turn her in for Deimos' (Vincent Irizarry) murder if she tried to be with him, Nicole (Arianne Zucker) realized she had no choice but to break the heart of the man she loves, pack her bags, and head out of town for a while, maybe even for good. It was a difficult goodbye for her to make, but Nicole has made it, and she will no longer be gracing Salem with her presence.

"The Young and the Restless" (CBS)

The Abbotts Hit A Dead End

After all of the drama at the party celebrating Ashley (Eileen Davidson), things only continued to get worse for the Abbotts. Not only did Dina (Marla Adams) suffer from a stroke, but her power of attorney has been in Graham's (Max Shippee) control, something that is especially bad news since he has finally admitted to wanting revenge on her because of her stealing Brent Davis from his own mother decades ago. Now, Ashley, Jack (Peter Bergman) and Traci (Beth Maitland) are in a desperate scramble to find and save their mother, because the last they saw of her was when Graham wheeled her onto a private jet to parts unknown—and she was unresponsive to them because she was heavily drugged.

"The Bold and the Beautiful" (CBS)

Quinn And Eric Face New Challenges

Their marriage was back on track, but new challenges are beginning to threaten Quinn (Rena Sofer) and Eric (John McCook) again. Quinn was furious when she realized Eric had known that Wyatt (Darin Brooks) and Katie (Heather Tom) were sleeping together, and after learning how she had physically threatened Katie when she learned the truth, Eric expressed disappointment that his wife was acting like her old self. Now, their marriage may be in peril once again, which is even more daunting because Sheila (Kimberlin Brown) is waiting in the wings and ready to destroy them for good.

Bill And Liam End Their Feud

They've been feuding for weeks over Bill's (Don Diamont) decision to torch the Spectra building and Liam's (Scott Clifton) decision to blackmail him over it and take over the family company. However, after Bill successfully deleted the recordings which Liam was using for leverage over him, the two finally decided to seemingly bury the hatchet between them and restore their family.

To see how these stories continue to play out next week, tune in to "Days of Our Lives," weekdays on NBC, "The Young and the Restless," weekdays at 12:30 p.m. EDT on CBS, and "The Bold and the Beautiful," weekdays at 1:30 p.m. EDT on CBS.