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  •        Pamela and Travis have a showdown about his affair.
  •        Rhonda finds out what Pamela is capable of.
  •        A shocking turn of events could change the Pamela / Travis / Rhonda triangle forever.
All Or Nothing
Episode 153: Bless The Broken Road, Part V
October 12, 2012
  •        Pamela Bradshaw McCarty suspected her husband of having an affair and hired a PI to find out for her.

  •        Josh learned that the chemotherapy didn't cure his cancer as he had planned.

  •        Brittany suffered through a miscarriage and postpartum depression earlier in the year.


  •        Natasha ran away from New York City after her failed wedding to Nicholas Pierce and has been MIA since February.
I set out on a narrow way many years ago
Hoping I would find true love along the broken road
But I got lost a time or two
Wiped my brow and kept pushing through
I couldn't see how every sign pointed straight to you
    Dinner was in the process of being served when Bradley Marshall took advantage of an empty seat beside none other
    than Jodi Bradshaw. As he sat down next to her, he smiled and she politely returned the gesture.

    “You’re one of the last people that I thought would be here tonight,” she confessed to him.

    Bradley shrugged his shoulder, “Well it just so happens that the last wedding I went too ended with me kissing one of
    the most beautiful women in this very room…so I figured I take my chances showing up here and see if I could go two for
    two.”

    Jodi couldn’t help but laugh and thought for a moment of how she should respond to such a lame pickup line from a
    man that she hated to admitted, she wanted to kiss again.

    “This is my father’s wedding,” she reminded him. “Do you think I’m actually going to let you kiss me in front of my entire
    family, the town and the press gawking over there in the corner?”

    “I don’t know…that’s why I decided to come. Why don’t you dance with me and we’ll both mull over what my answer to
    your question should be,” Bradley said as he stood up, extended his hand to her and led her out on the dance floor.

    As Jodi and her dance partner made their way onto the dance floor, from across the room Pamela sat at a table with only
    her husband. The thought of her own wedding to him made her sick to her stomach and she pushed her plate of food
    away and sneered at him across the table.

    “How long are we going to stay here and continue with this charade?” Travis questioned her.

    “This is my son’s wedding. We’ll stay as long as need be,” Pamela informed him. “And Travis you should probably take
    this time to think before you speak. Charade?” she questioned. “You would know all too well about playing charades.”

    Travis rolled his eyes and sipped his champagne. “Don’t you think we should at least mingle with some of the other
    guests or at least dance so we don’t draw suspensions?”

    From across the room Pamela spotted Natasha engaged in what appeared to be a painfully long conversation with
    Cricket Carter-Hawkins. She stood up from her seat, polished off her champagne and then looked at her husband
    square in the eye, “Why don’t you do me a favor Travis…”

    “Anything,” he answered.

    “Drop dead,” Pamela hissed as she turned her back to him. As she made her way across the room she plastered on a
    fake smile and politely interrupted Cricket and Natasha.

    After a few minutes Cricket took her leave and Natasha told her former mother-in-law, “Thank you for saving me from that
    woman! She just kept going on and on about Valerie’s announcement tonight.”

    “Yes well Cricket is like a dog with a bone,” Pamela smiled. “How are you doing? I wasn’t completely surprised to see
    that you came back for the wedding.”

    Natasha shrugged, “It was time that I came back and this seemed like a good time. Sabrina needed me to be here and
    on some level I think Andrew did too.”

    “And the girls?” Pamela questioned. “How did they respond to your return?”

    “Like I told Sabrina they are their mother’s daughters,” she rolled her eyes. “But then again you know all about that
    wouldn’t you Pamela?”

    “Oh shut Natasha,” Pamela stifled a laugh. “Travis and I are about to go home and before we left I wanted to come over
    and let you know that Rhonda Duncan may not be at work come Monday morning.”

    “And you know this because…”

    “Because I confronted my cheating husband and that whore before the wedding. That was the reason we were so late
    tonight,” Pamela explained. “I threw Ms. Duncan out by the hair on her head and Travis was so very concerned about her
    well-being. It made me sick.”

    “Of course he was,” Natasha shook her head in disdain. “Well what do you planning doing?”

    “I’ll deal with Travis tonight once we get home and then I fully intend to one way or another railroad that red headed bitch
    right out of River’s Edge!”
    Friday, October 12, 2012 - 7:00PM
    The music came to soft closing and Andrew smiled to his bride. Sabrina returned the smile. There were butterflies in her
    stomach, just as there had been the first time she became Mrs. Andrew Bradshaw. But this was different…she was
    different…he was different…they were different…

    “Andrew and Sabrina you’ve come here tonight to this place in front of your families and your friends for a special
    reason,” the minister began. “You have come here to be joined in marriage. Marriage is profound act of love, faith and
    courage. If there be anyone here who can show just cause why this man and this woman should not be married, let them
    speak now or forever hold their peace.”

    The minister awaited an appropriate amount of time and when no one spoke he continued, “Who comes before God to
    give this woman to this man to be married?”

    “I do,” Raymond answered with heartfelt conviction and sincerity. He kissed his baby sister on the cheek, shook hands
    with Andrew and then handed his sister to his once and future brother-in-law.

    “It is my understand that the couple have selected to recite their own wedding vows,” the minister announced and then
    looked to Andrew who took Sabrina’s hand in his own.
    Andrew Bradshaw. Gregory Holloway. Justin Pierce. Russell Banning. Andrew Bradshaw.

    As Sabrina descended the last blue carpeted step of the staircase inside the Philbrook
    Museum of Fine Arts and Botanical Gardens she reflected upon the men in her life and how
    each one of them, some more than others, had brought her here to this place, on this night.

    As Sabrina reached for brother’s arm and turned to face her fiancé, she felt her heart skip a
    beat, because there he was – Andrew Phillip Bradshaw. He was the man who had once upon
    a time changed her life and as the harpist softly began to play the bridal chorus and she put
    one foot in front of the other – she was certain, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that he was the
    man who would once again, after all the men who had come before him, change her life.
Every long lost dream led me to where you are
Others who broke my heart they were like Northern stars
Pointing me on my way into your loving arms
This much I know is true
That God blessed the broken road
That led me straight to you
    “Sabrina Lauren Davis…” he began and then thought for a long, brief moment before he said,
    “in case you were wondering or in case anyone here was wondering…I am in crazy, crazy love
    with you,” Andrew smiled. “And because of that reason and so many more I promise to you, on
    this day that it is my intention to always be in crazy love with you for the rest of my life. I commit
    to you my love, my respect and my fidelity. I will be there with you in sickness and in health, for
    richer or poorer, for better or for worse and I promise you all of these things and more, not just
    because you deserve them, but because after eleven years of knowing who you are as
    woman…I know when it comes to how you love that’s it all or nothing and I want all of you for
    the rest of my life.”
    Sabrina wiped her eyes and smiled up at him and began her vows, “Andrew Phillip
    Bradshaw…the irony of our relationship isn’t lost on me and I know that it’s not lost on you
    either. I stand before here tonight ready and anxious to become your wife again and I do so
    because I am also crazy in love with you. Because of you I have learned to laugh again, to
    smile again, to dream again, to trust again and most importantly love unconditionally again. I
    vow to you on this day my love, my respect and my fidelity. I look forward with great joy to
    spending the rest of my life with you, caring for you, nurturing you and most importantly loving
    you for the rest of my life."
    The congregation of family and friends watched as the couple exchanged wedding rings and listened as Roxanne
    serenaded everyone with a song that only seemed fitting for the occasion – Bless the Broken Road and then the minister
    declared with conviction, “You may now kiss the bride.”

    Andrew lifted Sabrina’s veil and proceeded to do just as he was instructed. Their lips met at while it wasn’t the first time,
    to Andrew and his wife, it felt as though it was.

    “Ladies and gentlemen I present to you Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bradshaw,” the minister announced!
I think about the years I spent just passing through
I'd like to have the time I lost and give it back to you
But you just smile and take my hand
You've been there you understand
It's all part of a grander plan that is coming true
    He was dressed just like she had told him to be earlier that day – black button down shirt with a white wife beater shirt
    underneath and jeans. Neither the man nor Kendra exchanged words as he made his way past her and into her living
    room.

    From the living room the mystery man slowly began to unbutton his shirt. Kendra closed the door and followed him into
    the house.

    He looked across at her and questioned, “You have the money?”

    “I do,” she pointed to the fireplace mantle. “And just like we agreed last time there’s a little extra…if you let me call you
    Jered…” Kendra told him as she slid her black leather skirt down her body and onto the floor.
    As the sun slowly sank below the Pacific Ocean halfway across the country and the clock
    struck half past six in the evening, the doorbell of Kendra Logan Bradshaw’s home chimed.

    The former Mrs. Jered Bradshaw proceeded from the kitchen, into the living room and then
    foyer. She was wearing a red silk blouse that needed at least two more buttons buttoned, a
    tight fitted black leather skirt and a pair black stiletto high heels with fishnet stockings.

    She pulled open the door and smiled.

    Standing on the porch before was a man who happened to be the same age as her. He had
    short brown hair that was tousled about, dark green eyes.
Now I'm just rolling home
Into my lover's arms
This much I know is true
That God blessed the broken road
That led me straight to you

That God blessed the broken road
That led me straight to you