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Dash Nichols

Timothy Gibbs (August 3, 1990-January 27, 1992)

When the Blue Sky Brigade was introduced in 1990, Dash made his first appearance as one of the supporters of the movement, also working as a doctor. To help out the brigade, Dash hired Julia Wainwright to help him fight the court battle against Capwell Enterprises, the supporters of the Oasis project, which would harm the nature. Mason Capwell, who had started drinking again, suspected that Julia and Dash were having an affair, so his marriage ended, and Julia and Dash spent a night together. A day later, Julia regrets making love to Dash, but he, thinking she doesn't really believe it, forces her to make love to him again.

Julia, shaken up by Dash's actions, accuses him of rape and the event is taken to court, where Dash is forced to re-live the events of the death of his former patient. Dash was set free, and Julia took the matter in her own hands by kidnapping him and forcing him to admit what he did to her. Even though he finally admitted what he did, Dash wasn't aware of his behavior until he saved a woman from rape one day. Keen on making things right, Dash decides to help out Katrina Rukyer, and they begin a love story constantly interrupted by C.C.'s belief that Dash is a dangerous person. When he lost his job, Dash left town to find a job. Katrina stayed in town for awhile, but later left and announced that she'll stop by Dash's.

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