Dante looked around the deck of the Haunted Star then called out to ask if anyone was onboard. Moments later, Luke emerged on deck. Dante immediately holstered his gun when he realized that the scruffy man sporting a hat and sunglasses was his father-in-law. Dante was curious what Luke was doing there, but Luke turned the question around on Dante. Dante explained that he had received reports that the Haunted Star had been spotted drifting out of the fog towards port. Dante recalled that the ship had been anchored on Cassadine Island in Greece, so he had decided to investigate.
Luke revealed that the World Security Bureau had tugged the Haunted Star to New York, so Luke had taken command of the ship, sailed it up the seaboard, and then down the St. Lawrence River to Port Charles. Dante was impressed with Luke's commitment to return the cursed ship home. Luke confessed that he was fond of the ship and believed Helena and Stavros' deaths had broken the curse. Dante admitted that he was glad that Luke had sailed the Haunted Star home because the ship was special to Lulu.
Luke was curious how his daughter was doing. "Still shacked up with Milo," Dante complained. Luke wondered if Lulu had made any effort to remember the past, so Dante explained that he had taken Lulu to one of Maxie's prenatal checkups and the Floating Rib. Dante admitted that he had seen signs that Lulu had remembered something, but Lulu had denied it and had stubbornly avoided being alone with him after that. Luke suggested that Dante lure Lulu to the Haunted Star to jog her memory.
At the apartment, Lulu woke up with a gasp. Concerned, Milo rushed over to check on Lulu. She burst into tears as she confessed that she had dreamed about Stavros. Milo held Lulu until her tears subsided and then made a joke to cheer her up. Lulu chuckled, so Milo gently asked her about the dream. Lulu feared that it had been a memory rather than a dream because she had been dragged across the deck of a ship by a man who ignored her pleas to let her go. She was certain that it had been a flashback of her recent kidnapping.
Milo suggested that Lulu give herself time to remember, but Lulu was tired of waiting because she felt like she was stuck in limbo. Milo appeared hurt, so she immediately apologized because she appreciated how kind and generous he had been to her. Lulu was grateful for his friendship, so Milo assured her that he enjoyed being her friend. He slowly leaned down to kiss her, but their lips never touched because someone knocked on the door.
Milo opened the door. Dante was not pleased that Milo was only wearing a pair of shorts, so he asked if Milo ever wore clothes. Milo explained that he had been about to get dressed. Lulu was curious why Dante was there, so he revealed that it was a police matter. Milo assumed that Dante was there for him, but Dante clarified that he needed Lulu to go to the Haunted Star to sign some paperwork because the ship had been returned to dock with damages.
Lulu went to the bathroom to change, so Milo offered to make Dante breakfast. Dante questioned Milo's intentions towards Lulu. Milo claimed that he was just providing a friend a place to stay, but Dante knew that Milo had had a crush on Lulu for years. Dante warned Milo that Lulu's memory would eventually return, so Milo shouldn't take advantage of her.
Later, Dante and Lulu arrived at the Haunted Star. Lulu was awed that the ship belonged to her, so she was eager to take a look at the damage. Dante showed her where several bullets had grazed various parts of the ship. Lulu was curious how it had happened, so Dante explained that it had occurred when Dante, Luke, and Laura had searched for Lulu. He told her about the exchange of gunfire with Helena's guards. Lulu realized that Dante was trying to tell her that he had almost died for her.
Dante assured Lulu that he would do anything for her. Lulu became uncomfortable with the direction of their conversation, so she tried to ease the sudden flare of awareness by commenting that it had sounded like Dante and her parents had had an adventure. Dante admitted that it wasn't the first adventure on the ship, so she decided to take the bait by asking what his fondest memory was of the ship. "Our first kiss," Dante answered without hesitation.
Dante told Lulu how she had intervened when she had realized that her brother, Ethan, had been cheating Dante in a card game. Dante had been certain that Lulu had called Ethan out on the cheating because Lulu had liked Dante, so Dante had followed her to the deck to thank her. Dante revealed that he and Lulu had exchanged some words. Lulu was amazed that she and Dante had kissed, so Dante explained that she had wanted to make him work for it.
Dante insisted that Lulu had melted once he had cracked her shell. Lulu laughed at the cheesy line. Dante smiled back as he admitted that she had liked his cheesy lines, so Lulu was curious if he had spouted them until he had worn her down. He revealed that, in a way, he had.
At the Floating Rib, Lucy was looking over her résumé when Scott walked up and ripped it out of her hand. Lucy objected because she needed the résumé to find a job. Scott informed her that he had another job for her; he needed her to get Mayor Lomax to the courthouse because Laura had agreed to marry him. Lucy punched Scott in the arm because she thought that he had been holding out on her. Scott jokingly suggested that she should have stuck around the other day because she would have heard him warn Laura that another woman would snatch him up if Laura didn't marry him.
Lucy smiled then wondered if Lulu's memory had returned. Scott explained that Lulu was "still clueless," but the wedding was a go. Lucy was delighted that Laura had returned to her senses. Scott admitted that there was a problem. "Luke," Scott clarified.
Scott revealed that Laura had assured him that Luke and Laura were in the past. Lucy was confused because Scott seemed tense. Scott denied it, but Lucy recognized his expression; it was the one that he made when he was about to do something underhanded. She urged Scott to trust Laura, but Scott argued that Luke was the problem.
Scott feared that Luke would do something to stop the wedding. Lucy advised Scott to take deep calming breaths, but Scott wasn't interested in the yoga techniques that Lucy and Serena had taught him because he doubted that they could help keep Luke away from the wedding. Lucy continued to talk to Scott in a calm and soothing tone as she reminded him that Laura had picked him.
"Your love is requited," Lucy assured Scott as she hugged him. Kevin appeared in the doorway in time to see his wife in her ex-husband's arms. Lucy was excited when she realized that her husband was there, so she ran to greet Kevin. Lucy explained that Scott and Laura were getting married. Kevin made a snide remark, so Lucy scolded Kevin.
Scott decided to leave, but Lucy was worried about what Scott would do. Scott assured her that he intended to make certain that Laura married him. After Scott left, Kevin and Lucy ended up making out in a corner of the bar. Lucy wanted to know who Kevin was treating in Seattle because she resented Kevin repeatedly abandoning her. She feared that it might be Bobbie Spencer, but Kevin promised Lucy that Bobbie was happily dating Noah Drake.
Lucy wanted Kevin to refer the mystery patient to another doctor, but Kevin explained that it wasn't an option. "What's so special about this particular patient?" Lucy demanded. Kevin reminded her that he was bound by doctor/patient confidentiality, so he wasn't at liberty to share any information about the patient. However, he assured her that her concern was misplaced.
Kevin tried to distract Lucy by showering her with compliments, but Lucy saw through the ploy. She demanded to know why his patient in Seattle was taking so much of his time. Kevin refused to answer her question, but he promised her that he had everything well in hand.
Scott stopped by the Haunted Star to have a chat with Luke about Scott and Laura's wedding. Luke sarcastically wished Scott and Laura a long marriage. Scott assured Luke that the marriage would last, but he warned Luke to stay away from the wedding. Luke insisted that Laura had his blessing to be the "Bride of Satan."
Scott ignored the insult as he made it clear that he intended to make Laura happy and to keep her safe. Luke explained that it was Laura's life and her decision to marry Scott, so Luke wouldn't stand in the way. Scott anticipated having a great life with Laura, but he suspected that Luke would end up a "doddering old fool" and alone.
Later, Luke entered the Floating Rib and ordered a drink. "To Scott and Laura Baldwin and moving on," Luke said before he downed the shot of amber liquid.
At Wyndemere, Nikolas left Elizabeth a voicemail message offering to take some food to her and to watch the boys, while she recuperated from the food poisoning. He heard his mother call out to him, so he ended the message with a promise to stop by to check on Elizabeth. Seconds later, Laura entered the parlor to warmly greet her son and extend an invitation to her wedding. Nikolas was surprised because he thought that Laura had been trying to avoid the wedding.
"Are you sure about this?" Nikolas asked Laura. Laura was disappointed because she thought that Nikolas had liked Scott. Nikolas conceded that Scott had stayed at Nikolas' side during the early days of Nikolas' recuperation. Laura knew her son well enough to know that he always started an argument with a compliment, so she wondered if he objected to her marrying Scott.
Nikolas didn't think it was his place to object, but Laura sensed that he had reservations about the wedding. Nikolas wondered if Laura had forgotten what Scott had done to Lulu. Laura admitted that Scott had been wrong, but Scott and Lulu had made peace with each other and had put the past behind them. Nikolas reminded his mother that Laura had wanted to postpone the wedding until Lulu had fully recovered.
Laura reminded Nikolas that they didn't know how long Lulu's amnesia would last, so it wasn't fair for Scott and Laura to put their lives on hold, especially since Luke and Laura had said their goodbyes. Nikolas had no idea what that meant, so Laura revealed that Luke and Laura had realized that they had each moved on because their feelings for each other had changed. Nikolas suspected that the deaths of Helena and Stavros had somewhat resolved things for Luke and Laura.
Nikolas pointed out that there were no more vendettas or waiting for Helena's next atrocity, so Luke and Laura were free of the Cassadines. Laura clarified that they were all free of the past, but there was one Cassadine that she couldn't live without because she loved her son. She desperately wanted his blessing, so Nikolas assured his mother that as long as she was happy, she had it. Laura wondered if that meant that he would attend her wedding.
Nikolas assured Laura that he would be at her wedding, but he was surprised when she told him that it would be held at the courthouse later that day. Nikolas offered Wyndemere for the wedding, but Laura wasn't sure if he was serious. Nikolas explained that it was a new day, so he didn't want the castle to remain a symbol of the pain that the Cassadines had caused. He wanted Wyndemere to simply be a big drafty gothic house. Laura didn't want to put Nikolas out, but he insisted that it would be his wedding gift to her.
Laura gladly accepted Nikolas' generous offer, but she realized that she needed to let Scott know. Nikolas offered to make some phone calls to invite guests, so he was curious who she wanted at the wedding. Laura revealed that she had talked to Lucky, but he was busy in Africa doing charity work. Moments later, Lesley and Spencer appeared in the doorway. Laura was delighted to see her grandson and her mother. Nikolas hugged his son as Lesley explained that Spencer had been eager to reunite with his father, so Lesley had decided to arrive early.
Spencer didn't recognize the castle, so Nikolas offered to reacquaint his son with Wyndemere. After the boys left, Laura and Lesley talked about Lulu's amnesia and Laura's fear that Lulu would never remember her past. Lesley insisted that they were there to help Lulu and to make new memories for Lulu if Lulu's memory didn't return. Lesley reminded Laura that they had once been in a similar situation when Laura had first found Lesley, so Lesley and Laura were proof that it could be done.
Nikolas and Spencer returned, as Spencer talked excitedly about the wedding. Nikolas told his mother and grandmother that he and Spencer were headed to the florist to buy up every flower in town for the wedding. Lesley was stunned as she watched Nikolas leave because she hadn't realized that he had planned to get married. Laura admitted that Nikolas had been talking about Laura's wedding to Scott. Laura was surprised when Lesley clucked with disapproval.
Lesley revealed that she had gone to stay with Nikolas because she hadn't been able to bear to watch Scott romance Laura. Lesley had known that Scott was up to something when he had followed Laura to Paris and had rented an apartment three blocks away from Laura. Lesley wondered if Laura had forgotten what Scott had done to Laura and her family. Laura pointed out that they had all made mistakes, but Lesley argued that Laura clearly had reservations about marrying Scott because she hadn't invited her own mother to the wedding.
Laura claimed that she had hoped to avoid Lesley's scolding. Lesley was curious if Luke knew about the wedding, so Laura made it clear that Luke didn't have a say in Laura's life. Lesley vowed that Laura would marry Scott over Lesley's dead body. "Well, we'd miss ya so much," Scott said as he entered the room in time to hear Lesley's edict. Lesley glared at Scott, so he confessed that he was disappointed by her greeting.
Lesley wondered if Scott would settle for goodbye because she refused to let her daughter marry Scott again. Scott recalled that he and Lesley had once been close, so he was curious when it had gone south. "When you killed my husband," Lesley shouted. Laura told her mother that it wasn't the time, but Lesley couldn't believe that Laura would marry the man who had murdered Rick and had let Laura take the fall for it.
Scott assured Lesley that he had never intended to kill Rick. Scott claimed that he had been forced to act because Rick had been hurting Laura, so Scott had tried to protect Laura. Scott made it clear that he would marry Laura over Lesley's objections, but he knew that it would mean the world to Laura if Lesley gave her blessings. Scott urged Lesley to think of Laura.