Crisp Fall air may be slowly making its way into Salem, Genoa City and Los Angeles, but the same certainly can’t be said for the speed the drama on “Days of Our Lives,” “The Young and the Restless,” and “The Bold and the Beautiful” is unfolding.

From shocking reunions, unexpected heartbreak, clean breaks, schemes and confessions, the drama came fast and furious on all three soaps. In case you missed a moment of the action, here are the six biggest things that happened during the week of September 2.

“Days Of Our Lives” (NBC)

Julie Got Into The Fight Of Her Life

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Julie’s (Susan Seaforth Hayes) declined in a steep way on “Days of Our Lives.” XJ Johnson/JPI Studios for NBC

After collapsing at the park and being left there by Gabi (Camilla Banus), things took an emotionally dramatic turn when it came to Julie’s (Susan Seaforth Hayes) health. Not only did she suffer from a massive heart attack, but she needs a new heart and doesn’t qualify for a transplant because of her age. Now, barring a miracle, all her loved ones can do is wait as she is made comfortable and prepares to die.

Vivian Returned With A Literal Bang

After being discovered alive in Chicago and confirming the news with her son, Vivian (Robin Strasser) was smuggled back into Salem and assured Stefan (Brandon Barash) that she would lie low. However, she quickly proved she was out for revenge after confronting Kate (Lauren Koslow), who had been responsible for her previous death. Now, she seems to have succeeded when it comes to her goal, as Kate has been shot and Vivian is bussy burying her in the cemetery. However, she may not have been quite as successful as she thought when it came to ridding herself of her enemy once and for all.

Nicole And Eric Reunite

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Nicole (Arianne Zucker) and Eric (Greg Vaughan) reunited on “Days of Our Lives.” XJ Johnson/JPI Studios for NBC

After going on the hunt for the woman he loves following news she really was alive, Eric (Greg Vaughan) got the miracle he was hoping for. He not only tracked down Nicole (Arianne Zucker), but Holly as well, and has plans to return to Salem with them. However, their happy life plans there may get put on hold because of the relationship he had with Sarah (Linsey Godfrey)--who has just learned she’s pregnant with his child.

“Young And The Restless” (CBS)

Jack Leaves Town

Jack (Peter Bergman) has been feeling restless for a long time, even though he was remade CEO of Jabot a while ago. With no romantic prospects and a feeling that he needs more in his life, he decided to make a big move for himself and headed out of town—with the intention of getting recharged and ready to face everything in his life again when he comes back to Genoa City.

Adam Makes A Move

After becoming convinced that Victor (Eric Braden) was the one who tried to have him run over by a car and killed, Adam (Mark Grossman) decided the time had come to take action against his father. After hacking into his medical files, he managed to get a stronger dose of the medication Victor is taking for his blood disorder into his father’s possession. The new dosage won’t kill him but will have severe side effects, and Adam is anticipating watching them play out.

“Bold And The Beautiful” (CBS)

Thomas Confesses To Ridge

He woke up after his fall from the cliff and continued apologizing to those he hurt by keeping the Beth secret. But Thomas (Matthew Atkinson) has also been up to quite a bit else since opening his eyes as well. Not only has he caused strife for Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) and Brooke’s (Katherine Kelly Lang) marriage, but he also admitted the truth to his father about what happened the night Emma (Nia Sioux) died—leaving his fate in his father’s hands when it comes to whether he pays for his crimes or not.

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. EST on CBS, and "The Bold and the Beautiful," weekdays at 1:30 p.m. EST on CBS.