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In Palma, Emilio plays carelessly confident Timo will return in his own Timo, as Riccardo hopes. Julia finds out Clarissa plans revenge an fashion-line-thief Tanja but makes her choose ... See full summary »

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Stefanie Bock ...
Leonie Richter
Nina Bott ...
Julia Mendes
Till Demtrøder ...
Thomas Wolf
Wolfram Grandezka ...
Ansgar von Lahnstein
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Jan Brandner (as Hubertus Grimm)
Jens Hartwig ...
Tristan von Lahnstein
Isa Jank ...
Clarissa von Anstetten
Jana Julie Kilka ...
Jessica Stiehl
Melanie Kogler ...
Marlene von Lahnstein
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Kim Wolf
Christoph Mory ...
Hagen von Lahnstein
Dominic Saleh-Zaki ...
Andi Fritzsche
Patricia Schäfer ...
Viktoria Wolf
Martina Servatius ...
Elisabeth von Lahnstein
Renée Weibel ...
Helena von Lahnstein
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In Palma, Emilio plays carelessly confident Timo will return in his own Timo, as Riccardo hopes. Julia finds out Clarissa plans revenge an fashion-line-thief Tanja but makes her choose between that and the Mendes family. Jan pushes his daughter to consider a singer-guitarist-career. In Düsseldorf, Thomas's bullying forces Andi to reveal at the 18th birthday party he only played Kim's date until her majority. Ansgar's business relation Pierre Wentler inspires him to test Kim in bed and sack her too if not satisfied. Viktoria gets Elisabeth to read Ansgar's e-mail and sneaks past hotel staff trying to intrude the couple's room. Marlena comes to hers senses after reading the positive articles and makes up with Tristan, who points out she can't fire him anyway. Written by KGF Vissers

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