Frantically, Finn rushed into a room at the hospital and saw Anna in the bed. As she told him she couldn't see him because she was blind, Anna stood at the door and informed Finn that her sister Alex was the patient. Alex told Finn that she couldn't wait to see his face, and she flirted with him shamelessly.
Anna demanded to know how Alex had been able to get into the country as a fugitive, and Alex assured her that she'd used "tricks of the trade." Finn steadfastly announced that he wouldn't help a fugitive to get her sight back. Alex declared that he was feisty, and she liked him. She offered to pay him, but Finn told her it was up to Anna.
In exchange for having Finn perform surgery, Anna demanded to know which of Alex's memories she had retained. Alex denied knowing anything about the memory transfer, and Anna ordered her sister to stop lying. Anna disclosed that Dr. Cabot had told her all about it. A snide Alex considered Anna to be lucky to have any of Alex's memories, and she continued to play dumb.
Anna was angry and began to exchange words with Alex until Finn interceded. He ordered Alex to tell Anna the truth, and he would agree to perform surgery. Alex continued to be arrogant, and Anna told her off. She wondered how much Alex had been paid because it was always the "bottom line" with her. Alex admitted she'd been paid "handsomely." She didn't think that Anna having any of her memories was a big deal.
Alex continued to go on about the great life that Anna had, and she thought that things could be worse for Anna after betraying both herself and her agency. "Some things are better left alone," Alex stated.
Stella ran into Marcus in the hospital. He told her that Yvonne had fallen and was there for a CT scan, although he didn't believe it was serious. He knew that Mike had been upset when he'd been unable find Yvonne, and Marcus had called Carly to tell her so that she could take Mike out and keep him occupied.
Stella was proud of Marcus for contacting Mike's family, and Marcus admitted that he'd learned to accept that Mike and Yvonne were "coping partners." He invited Stella to accompany him to Kelly's while he waited for his wife's test to be completed, but Stella told him she wanted to check on Jordan. She explained that Jordan was waiting for a kidney transplant, and Marcus offered to be tested.
Curtis entered Jordan's room and told her he had clothing for her because the doctors had agreed to allow her to go home. She was eager to change out of her hospital gown and get to work.
After Jordan changed her clothes, Curtis told her about the home office space he'd arranged, along with files that Chase would provide her. He wanted to just sit and cuddle, too. Jordan informed him he'd have to hide her computer and phone. She confessed to doing some research on dialysis, and she was worried about a crisis occurring when she was hooked to the machine. Curtis did his best to reassure her.
Stella arrived and joked about seeing Jordan and Curtis looking like newlyweds. She told Jordan about some of the side effects of the dialysis and handed her some brochures. She stressed that Jordan had a "healthy future" ahead of her. Curtis added that maybe a child would be part of that future, and Jordan whipped her head around to look at him curiously.
Jordan asked Curtis about the comment he'd made. She hadn't known he'd wanted to be a father. Curtis replied that he'd never said he didn't want to be one, and Stella suggested they speak to the doctor about it.
"What was that about?" Jordan asked Curtis after Stella had gone. Curtis apologized. Jordan thought they should talk about it because they never had before, but Curtis thought it could be put off. He was eager to get Jordan home.
Marcus and Stella bumped into each other again. He announced that Yvonne's CT scan had been negative, and she would return to Turning Woods in the morning. He had something for Stella from Kelly's, and she offered to make him one of her famous trout sandwiches at another time. She let him know she was available, and Marcus was interested.
Peter ran into Sasha at the Floating Rib, and she was happy to see him so they could talk about Nina's wedding. They sat at a table. Sasha wanted to make certain that she and Peter were "on the same page," and she wanted to know that he wouldn't sabotage the wedding in order to get back at Valentin.
Sasha pointed out the good that Valentin had done, and she most especially wanted to make sure that Nina wouldn't be hurt and would continue to be happy. Peter called Nina lucky, and Sasha insisted that she'd worked hard on her relationship with Nina after learning she'd been adopted. She thought that Nina deserved something good. "And that's you?" Peter asked.
Sasha insisted she'd been trying her best where Nina was concerned. "What more can any mother ask," Peter replied.
Maxie and Lulu sat at another table. Lulu said she was doing well but wished that Dante was home, and she didn't want to hear anything else about Ryan Chamberlain. Maxie was shocked when Chet arrived to take their order, expressing her dismay that she hadn't known about his employment.
Maxie wondered if Chet had an extra copy of the calendar he'd posed for as Mr. October because she thought that Lulu should have it. Chet revealed that he had one and would drop it off. Lulu admitted that she'd had no word on Dante, and she didn't know if he was alive and safe. She quickly apologized.
Maxie promised she was okay and that Chet had helped her to be grateful for the good times she'd had with Nathan. Chet revealed that he often visited Nathan's grave and had seen the yellow flowers that Maxie always left. She told him they were daffodils, and she showed the others a photo of James with a vase of the same flowers.
Lulu whispered that a patron at the bar was waiting for Chet, and he walked over to wait on the man. She stated that she hadn't known that Maxie was so close to Chet, but Maxie insisted he was only a friend. Lulu teased Maxie after Maxie admitted that she'd had a crush on Chet in high school.
Lulu thought that Chet had been flirting with Maxie, who disagreed with Lulu's assessment. She declared that she had no interest in Chet. She also stated that she wasn't "seeing" Peter, and they had only been working on a project together.
Michael, Carly, and Mike sat at a nearby table. Mike asked if they were looking for Yvonne, and he also wanted to wait for Sonny to join them for dinner. Carly reminded Mike that he'd been looking forward to eating some ribs, and she added that Sonny was working. Michael went to the bar to place their order, and Carly talked about Avery. Mike insisted he wanted to talk to Sonny and didn't believe that Sonny was at work. He asked if Sonny and Carly had been fighting.
Carly finally admitted that Sonny was away overseas, and he'd gone to help Dante. Mike wanted to get back to Turning Woods right away because he was anxious about Yvonne. He hoped she wasn't lost. Michael returned and declared that they couldn't leave without eating but would leave as soon as they were finished. Carly announced her pregnancy, and both Mike and Michael were happy at the news.
After small talk, Michael went to the bar to fetch some drinks. Mike asked Carly to call Sonny. Peter and Sasha had finished up, and Sasha exchanged greetings with Michael at the bar. He offered to buy her a drink, and she accepted. Peter headed to Maxie and Lulu's table, and Lulu announced that she would leave so they could work on their project. Maxie claimed to not understand.
Carly tried to call Sonny but told Mike she couldn't reach him. Lulu stopped to say hello on her way out, and she had to remind Mike who she was. Peter informed Maxie that Sasha was there, and he thought she might be onto them. She had chatted about Nina being happy. Maxie thought maybe Sasha was feeling guilty.
At the bar, Sasha told Michael she assumed he was single, or her mother wouldn't have pushed them together. She wanted to know "how single" he really was. She had once gone out with someone who had been merely waiting for his ex. Michael assured her he wasn't waiting for anyone, and his previous partner had lied and almost destroyed his family.
Michael admitted that he liked Sasha, and she replied that she liked him, too. Abruptly, she got up and left. Michael returned to the table with drinks, and Mike told Lulu that Dante should be there. Lulu agreed and said goodbye.
In Turkey, Raj informed Sonny that Dante didn't want to see him and was there of his own free will. He urged Dante to take his gun and kill Sonny. Dante grabbed the gun and pointed it at his father. Sonny asked what he was doing. "Getting everything I want," Dante replied. He fired a shot at Sonny, who fell to the floor.
Raj and another guard helped Sonny to his feet. Raj was angry that the bullet had only nicked Sonny's arm, but Dante insisted that his father was more valuable alive. He noted that Sonny controlled a major trade route from his home to Canada, and if he died, Jason would take over. Jason would make sure to kill Raj.
Raj thought it would be easier to kill Sonny, but Dante talked him out of it temporarily. Raj decided that he would make some calls and make a decision about Sonny's fate, but it would be up to Dante to kill his father if Raj decided on death.
Dante visited Sonny in his cell, and Sonny wondered if he was there to finish the job for his boss. Dante hoped Sonny's arm was okay, and Sonny assured him it was only a flesh wound. He had known that that had been Dante's plan.
Sonny informed Dante that Franco had stabbed Lulu and committed three murders. Dante was angry that Franco had been released and acknowledged that he should have been at home. Sonny maintained that that was why he'd tracked Dante down.
Dante revealed that he had been looking to go home until Sonny had shown up. He had planned to take Raj down for trying to kill Lulu and having mercenaries selling guns, but then he'd been captured. He had talked Raj into allowing him to work with him, although he had been a prisoner first and in the same cell as Sonny. He'd had to earn Raj's trust.
Dante added that Raj had planned to have Dante return to the police force in Port Charles while also working for Raj at the same time on the inside. Dante had really planned on contacting the WSB. He couldn't leave because Raj would kill Sonny. "You kill me first," Sonny told him.
Oscar receives devastating news
In Turkey, Sonny asked Dante to kill him, and he asked that Dante trust him. Dante thought that Sonny's plan was too risky, but Sonny was confident that it would work. He told Dante that he had only recently learned that Carly was pregnant, and Dante was amazed. Dante confided that Sonny had no idea what Dante had been through during his time in Turkey.
Dante hoped they both made it home safely and confessed that while he'd thought of his job as just a job, he'd seen and experienced some awful things. He hoped that his memories would fade. "Lock that away," Sonny suggested. Dante asked if it was "Mob 101," because he hoped it would work for him.
Sonny assured Dante that everything would be okay. Dante apologized for shooting his father, but they joked that they were even. Sonny told Dante he loved him. Dante replied that he knew, and he left the cell where Sonny had been imprisoned.
Ava showed up drunk and unannounced at Carly's house and demanded to see Avery. She went to the stairs and shouted for her little girl and at first refused to believe Carly, who stated that Avery wasn't there. Finally, Carly convinced her that Avery was spending the night at the Quartermaine house with Michael.
Carly suggested that Ava wait until the morning to see Avery and not attempt to go just then. Ava felt sorry for herself and began to argue with Carly. "You're the big winner," Ava shouted. Carly refused to participate in the "self-pity game" and accused Ava of looking for criticism. Carly also charged Ava with hiding behind Kiki after "treating her like crap."
Ava reminded Carly that Carly had left out the best part about Ava sleeping with her daughter's killer. Carly insisted that she wouldn't have said that, although Ava deduced that Carly had been thinking it. Carly replied that she only wanted to shield Avery while Ava was out of control, but Carly would not be vindictive. She yelled at Ava to "step up" and get control of herself. Ava cried that she couldn't deal with everything, and she wanted Carly to tell her what to do.
In her room at General Hospital, Alex sipped some tea and noted that she'd been desperate to have it. She had hoped that Anna had provided it but assumed it had been Finn. She continued to stall and tease as Anna demanded that Alex tell her what she wanted to know.
Alex felt sorry for Anna and assured her the memory transfer had only been a minor one. It had not been a total transfer, similar to what had happened between Patients 5 and 6, Alex revealed. Alex suggested that Anna tell Finn to leave the room because she was embarrassing herself, but Finn announced that he thought Anna to be perfect.
Alex admitted that she didn't trust Anna, but finally, she agreed to tell Anna what she wanted to know as long as she would be able to leave on her own and be free. "Take it or leave it," Alex declared. Anna and Finn agreed, but Anna wanted to hear about the memories prior to surgery.
Alex taunted Anna and wondered if the memories would change her life that much. She thought that Anna should just accept things and move on. Anna accused Alex of continued stalling and admitted that while she'd done plenty of regretful things on her own, she didn't need to have Alex's mistakes, too.
Elizabeth found Franco in his hospital room, up and dressed. Franco asked if he needed a hotel room, and Elizabeth admitted that she wasn't sure that she could say what she really wanted to say. She closed the door and began to speak. She declared that she loved Franco, but she and her family hadn't been disconnected from his past. She noted that it always returned.
Elizabeth continued that while she was okay with dealing with Franco's past, she was also a mother. Her sons had been through a lot, even as they'd known they'd been right about him. She missed her life with Franco, but the boys were first in her life, and she had to do what was best for them. She wasn't sure what that was, even though she loved Franco. He said he loved her, too. Franco promised to wait for Elizabeth, and she left the room.
Josslyn and Cameron entertained Oscar in his room as they showed him various photos and videos on their phones. Josslyn gasped as she spotted a notification on her phone that consisted of an invitation to Duke University for her volleyball team. Oscar suggested another road trip, but after Josslyn saw that the date was in August, she quickly maintained that she would have to check with her mother.
Josslyn and Cameron made fun of their mothers, and Cameron asked for advice on what he should do after Franco had been called a hero. He still thought that Elizabeth should get rid of Franco. Oscar wondered if Cameron had discussed it with his mother but Cameron admitted that he hadn't. He and his family had been through a lot, and he thought that Franco should see that and just depart on his own.
Josslyn suggested that Cameron just be available for his brothers. Cameron held up a bag that he had to deliver from Aiden and Jake to Franco. His younger brothers didn't realize that nothing changed how people saw Franco.
Drew, Terry, and Kim met in the hallway, where Terry announced that she would let them know when she had the results of Oscar's latest tests. Julian arrived as Terry left, and he handed Kim a cup of coffee. Awkwardly, Drew started to leave, but Julian handed him his own cup of coffee first. Drew left, and Kim explained that they were all waiting for Oscar's test results. She was afraid for it to end.
Kim and Julian sat on a bench. Kim told Julian that she wasn't hungry, and he voiced his concern for his inability to reach Ava. He didn't think it was a good time for his sister to be alone. He reminisced about the "last good time" he'd had, which was the time that Kim had visited him at the pub. He wanted to be able to stop the clock. Just then, he received a call from Ava. She asked him to hurry and pick her up.
Drew headed to Franco's room, and Franco eagerly accepted Drew's cup of coffee. Franco asked about Oscar, and Drew filled him in. Franco revealed that he didn't know where he would be going once he left the hospital. Drew was confused, and Franco explained that Elizabeth didn't know what she wanted. Just then, Cameron walked in. Drew assured Franco it would all work out, and he left.
As Cameron handed him the gift of cookies from Aiden and Jake, Franco said he was sure that Cameron didn't want to be there. Cameron admitted that he understood why Franco had lied; he knew Franco had changed, but his past always returned to bite them all. Franco was sorry the family had been hurt.
Cameron declared that he wouldn't get in Franco's way because he knew how the rest of the family felt about him. Franco vowed to prove himself to Cameron, although he added that it would take longer than he'd planned.
Drew stopped to chat with Elizabeth at the nurses' station. He informed her that he wouldn't try to convince her to allow Franco to go home. He joked that he and Elizabeth had been together previously, and he reminded her that he had once been that "lost and screwed-up guy." He had been able to get through difficult times with Elizabeth's love.
Drew continued that Elizabeth had been able to sense the good, and Franco had been able to rid them of a killer. He thought that she should be able to trust her instincts. Drew received word that Oscar's results were in, and he found Kim to tell her. They headed to Oscar's room.
Elizabeth returned to Franco's room, and he offered her a cookie. He showed off his huge card. Elizabeth declared that Jake and Aiden looked at Franco as a stepfather, and she didn't think she could tear Franco away from them or herself. They both declared their love, but Franco shrugged. "So now what?" he asked.
Franco thought it was scary for them to love each other so much, but they had made a commitment to weather all the storms. He promised he would never intentionally hurt Elizabeth. "So, come home," Elizabeth responded.
Terry reached Oscar's room and was ready to share the test results. She announced that there was no doubt that Oscar's tumor had grown, and future seizures could be worse and could happen at any time. She admitted that Oscar had a month to six weeks to live. Oscar began to breathe heavily as Kim leaned over the bed to hug him.
Terry expressed her sympathy as Oscar, Josslyn, Drew, and Kim remained speechless. Oscar announced that he wanted to be alone with Kim, and the others left. He wanted to thank his mother for raising him as she had over all the years it had only been the two of them. Kim assured him it had been her privilege.
Oscar stated that everything he'd learned about life and death had been thanks to Kim. "It's because of you," Kim cried. She loved him and was proud of the man he'd grown to be. She praised all of his qualities but insisted that she couldn't take credit for all of it. Oscar cried that he was scared, and Kim admitted she was, too. They hugged, and Oscar told her he loved her. He added that he didn't want to leave.
"How bad is it?" Julian asked Carly as he arrived to pick up Ava. Carly pointed out that Ava was asleep on the sofa, and Julian went to wake her up. He told her he'd been worried, and Ava reminded him of how she had planned on getting married. He told her not to talk about it, but Ava continued. Her groom-to-be had known all about her, but she hadn't known him at all.
Julian and Ava headed to the door. Ava stopped to tell Carly that she had probably said too much, and she figured that Carly would use it against her. Carly urged Ava to get herself together, and she said she wouldn't use it. Ava and Julian departed.
Dante kills Raj
In Alex Marick's hospital room, Alex was curious what her twin was hoping to hear. Alex wondered if Anna wanted Alex to reveal that Anna had never been a double agent, because Alex couldn't do that. Anna had been guilty of all the lying and backstabbing. Alex asked what Finn had heard about Anna' past, but Finn refused to take the bait. He gazed lovingly at Anna as he answered that Anna had told him as much as Anna had felt comfortable sharing. Anna smiled softly.
"Oh, not much then," Alex replied. She warned Finn that Anna was not the "bastion of righteousness" that Anna would have him believe, but Anna had had enough of the insults and deflection. Anna demanded that Alex stop changing the subject and hold up her end of the bargain. Annoyed, Alex accused her sister of enjoying Alex's dilemma, but Anna tearfully admitted that she didn't trust Alex. Anna demanded the truth. "Are you sure?" Alex asked before quietly adding, "Boris Mikhailov."
Anna's expression turned to shock as she recognized the name. Finn asked who Boris was, so Anna revealed that Boris had been a scientist and a defector. Anna explained that she hadn't recruited Boris, but she had been assigned to take Boris to a meeting place in Berlin, Germany. Anna's eyes filled with tears as she recalled arriving at the checkpoint and realizing that it had been an ambush. Alex continued the tale as she shared details about the day that only someone who had been there would know, like Boris having to leave his cat "Kroshka" behind. Alex tearfully recalled that Boris had been a courageous man who had wanted to do good in the world.
Overwhelmed with emotion, Anna reached for a chair then sat down as Alex confessed that she'd been haunted by the memory, but it had helped knowing that Anna had shared the pain. However, Alex clarified that it had been her memory, which Anna should have known, since Anna had never frozen or indulged in a split second of panic the way that Alex had on that fateful day. Anna wiped away her tears then wondered why she didn't feel better. Anna was relieved that it hadn't been her memory, but she still carried the shame of the event because the details of Boris' tragic death had remained vivid in Anna's mind. Knowing that it had been Alex's memory didn't make it any less real for Anna. "I know," Alex quietly concurred.
At the nurses' station, Julian bumped into Alexis. Alexis was disappointed to hear that Oscar and his family had received devastating news. Julian added that he'd been forced to leave Kim's side because Ava had been in a bad place, too. Alexis imagined that Ava had a lot to unpack, having been engaged to a serial killer. Julian shared with Alexis that Ava had gotten drunk then had turned up on Sonny and Carly's doorstep. Alexis warned that Sonny might use the incident against Ava in court, but she added that Ava hadn't deserved the horrible things that Ryan had done.
Julian was furious. Ava had given her heart to a man who hadn't existed. He couldn't imagine being deceived like that. "I can," Alexis confessed. Julian was offended, but Alexis clarified that she had been referring to her therapy session with Ryan. Julian felt bad for jumping to the wrong conclusion. He asked if Ryan had hurt her, but she conceded that it hadn't been anything compared to what Ava had endured. Julian confided that a part of him hoped that Ryan had survived, prompting Alexis to ask if Julian intended to kill Ryan.
Alexis urged Julian to keep his impulses at bay because he was in a good place and shouldn't risk jeopardizing it. Julian appreciated Alexis' concern. Alexis acknowledged that she and Julian would always share a connection. Julian agreed, and he was glad that they could count on having each other's back. Alexis had a sudden flashback of the scorching kiss that she had shared with Julian in her steamy dream. "Of course," she quietly replied.
Elsewhere at the hospital, Jason closed the door to an examination room then hugged Sam. After Sam pulled away from the embrace, she explained that the situation with Shiloh had gotten a lot worse. She told Jason about Kristina's argument with Valerie at Charlie's Pub when Kristina had cut Valerie out of her life for questioning Dawn of Day. Jason was curious if Sam had talked to Kristina about the argument, so Sam admitted that she'd gone straight to Shiloh. Jason filled Sam in about the argument he'd witnessed between Molly and Kristina when Molly had confronted Kristina about DOD.
Jason feared that Shiloh's mind games were working. Sam agreed because Shiloh had managed to turn things around on Sam when she had expressed concerns about Kristina. Sam worried about the charismatic leader's influence on her sister if he'd been able to convince Kristina to consider cutting ties with her family. Jason suggested that perhaps it was time to take Kristina out of the situation, but Sam feared that it would only make things worse if they whisked Kristina to Sonny's private island because Kristina would only dig her heels in deeper. Sam insisted that Kristina needed to figure things out on her own.
Jason argued that DOD wouldn't survive without Shiloh, but Sam warned Jason that killing Shiloh wasn't the answer because Kristina would figure things out. Jason reminded Sam that time was not on their side because Sonny would return soon. Jason doubted that he'd be able to control Sonny once Sonny learned about Kristina's situation. Sam assured Jason that she would make progress before Sonny returned, but Jason wondered what she had in mind. Sam explained that she needed to get in as deep as Kristina was, which meant that Sam had to join the cult.
At the Floating Rib, Michael sat in a booth as he read an article on the Invader website about a Dawn of Day rally that had filled Rice Plaza. Nearby, Chase greeted Willow with an affectionate kiss. Chase was grateful that she was on spring break, so she admitted that she had hoped to spend more time with him during her short vacation. Willow was surprised when Chase suggested that they take a little trip. He led her to a table as he told her about a family vacation home in Nantucket that he was eager to show her. Chase was delighted when Willow accepted the invitation.
Willow decided to celebrate by treating Chase to the first round of drinks. After she stepped away from the table, Michael approached Chase to ask him about DOD. Chase admitted that he'd only heard good things about the organization. Michael explained that Kristina had gotten involved with the group, and she had recently moved into the DOD house. Michael conceded that, on the surface, things appeared to be a good fit because Kristina had been doing community service work, but his sister turned defensive and even hostile if anyone questioned DOD or their leader, Shiloh.
Willow, who had returned to the table with two drinks, froze in her tracks and dropped the glasses when she heard Shiloh's name. Chase and Michael were immediately concerned and asked if Willow was okay. As the bartender cleaned up the broken glass, Chase and Michael ushered Willow to a nearby table. Willow managed to recover from her shock without arousing suspicion. She apologized for dropping the drinks, claiming that she had tripped, but she turned the conversation back to DOD by asking if everything was okay with Michael. Michael admitted that he was worried about his sister's involvement with DOD.
Chase offered to look into it for Michael. Michael was grateful because he worried that DOD might be a pyramid scheme. "Or something much worse," Willow finished for him. Chase was curious what Willow knew about DOD or Shiloh, so Willow revealed that she'd been aware that DOD had been a big deal in Beechers Corners and that they were a tight-knit group. Michael confided that Kristina was ready to cut off family and friends who questioned DOD. Chase and Michael were surprised by Willow's passion as she insisted that Michael get Kristina out of the DOD house and do everything in his power to make certain that Kristina was okay.
After Michael left, Chase admitted that he had noticed Willow's strong reaction to Michael's concerns about DOD. Willow pointed out that the situation that Michael had described had seemed dangerous. Just then, Finn entered the bar and approached his brother's table. After Finn greeted both Chase and Willow, Willow invited Finn to join them, but Finn insisted that he had simply stopped to say hello. Willow decided to give the brothers some privacy by claiming that she needed to check her email to clear her calendar for the weekend. Chase smiled as he assured her that he would check flights.
After Willow stepped way, Chase revealed that he had invited Willow to the house in Nantucket. Chase apologized then acknowledged that it had been the house that Finn and Chase's father had bought with Finn's mother right before her passing. Finn assured Chase that it was fine and that he was pleased that the house was being used. Finn noticed that Chase and Willow appeared to have gotten closer. He was happy that Chase had found someone.
Nearby, Willow's expression was filled with horror as she read the Invader article about Shiloh's recent rally. She quickly called her landlord and explained that she needed to break her lease.
At the Dawn of Day house, Kristina updated Shiloh on her plans for the beautification project that he had assigned her. Shiloh was impressed and praised Kristina's efforts. She smiled with pride as she assured him that she was happy to help the community and to spread awareness of their family. Kristina added that she was ready to take the next step. Shiloh expressed his pleasure at her progress then confirmed that she was indeed ready to join the "Trust." According to Shiloh, the Trust was DOD's core group -- "the decision-makers" of the family.
Kristina was confused because she'd been under the impression that DOD had discussed everything openly with all members. She had no idea that a separate group had called the shots, but Shiloh rushed to assure Kristina that her initial impression had been correct. He explained that the Trust was comprised of a select few who were trusted and the heart of the organization. Shiloh clarified that the Trust didn't make the decisions, but they did help to influence members. He revealed that the Trust was kept secret in part because they didn't want members to jump to the wrong conclusion as Kristina had.
Shiloh admitted that the Trust wanted to avoid eliciting negative thoughts like jealousy because it would be counterproductive for everyone else. Kristina was curious which members were part of the Trust, but Shiloh explained that he couldn't divulge that until she had joined their ranks. Kristina was flattered that Shiloh believed that she was ready to be a part of the elite circle. "I do," he assured her, but he cautioned her that there would be a price to pay. Shiloh explained that in order to join the Trust, Kristina would have to share a secret that no other person knew, and that had the capacity to destroy her life if it were to be revealed. In exchange, Shiloh promised that Kristina would gain access to each Trust member's secrets.
Shiloh assured Kristina that there wouldn't be any judgment if she wasn't ready, but Kristina was confident that she was. Pleased, Shiloh pulled out a small recorder as he explained that she would have to share the secret entirely in her own words. He would then share the recording with the Trust. Kristina joined Shiloh on the sofa then opened up about her relationship with Parker and how she had manipulated Parker's attraction for her, but Shiloh reached over and turned off the recorder. He reminded Kristina that she had spoken to several members about her relationship with Parker then reiterated that the Trust required a devastating secret that no one else was privy to.
Moments later, Michael knocked on the door and called out to Kristina before entering. Kristina was surprised to see her brother, so Michael admitted that he had hoped to talk to Kristina because things had gotten a "little weird" at Charlie's Pub. Kristina blamed it on Molly, claiming that her sister had been completely out of line. Michael tried to lighten the mood by joking that it was usually Kristina who was out of line. Kristina smiled, prompting Michael to suggest that they take a walk. Kristina glanced at Shiloh then made it clear that she had nothing to hide from Shiloh.
Shiloh urged Kristina to take a walk with her brother to straighten things out. Kristina followed Michael out the front door, but she stopped on the stoop. "This is far enough," she informed Michael. Inside, Shiloh sat by an open window to eavesdrop on the siblings' private conversation.
Michael explained that he was concerned about Kristina because she had misled him about the money that she had borrowed. Kristina resented having to explain how she had spent the money, but Michael assured her that he was more concerned about Kristina than the money. He pointed out that she had moved into the DOD house and immersed herself in her new friends. Kristina argued that they were helping the community, not selling crack. Michael insisted that Kristina sounded different lately, but she attributed that to becoming her own person. Michael disagreed because Kristina used other people's words rather than her own.
Kristina was stunned when Michael revealed that he'd been asking around and that Willow had told him that he was right to be concerned. Kristina had no idea who Willow was, prompting Michael to remind her of the woman that Kristina had met on New Year's Eve. Kristina recalled the school teacher, but she didn't appreciate Willow judging DOD. Michael warned Kristina that a lot of people had concerns about the organization, but Kristina made it clear that she needed Michael's support. Michael wondered if Kristina planned to cut him out of her life the way that she had others.
Kristina pointed out that Michael was the one trying to control her, not DOD. She reminded him that DOD was her home. "We are family," Michael countered. He promised that he would always be there for Kristina then hugged her tightly. Inside, Shiloh had tensed when he had heard Willow's name. After Michael left, Kristina entered the house. Shiloh praised her for standing her ground. Kristina smiled. "Who cares what Willow thinks," Kristina added.
At Sonny and Carly's place, Carly joined her guests in the living room. She apologized for keeping Olivia and Lulu waiting while she had put Avery down for a nap. Olivia grinned with delight when Carly admitted that Avery had had a blast baking with Olivia during her visit at the Quartermaine mansion. Olivia confessed that she had loved having all the kids from their extended family running around, but the conversation turned serious when Olivia questioned where Sonny was. Lulu and Olivia suspected that Sonny had gone in search of Dante. Carly assured both ladies that no one had tried to keep them out of the loop, but Carly hadn't heard from Sonny since his departure.
Olivia worried about all the ways that things could have gone wrong, but she stopped when Carly snapped at her. Carly apologized then explained that she was exhausted because it had been a difficult few weeks, and she hadn't had a cup of coffee in days. Olivia was surprised because Carly loved her coffee. She recalled the last time that Carly had stopped drinking coffee -- it had been when Carly had found out that she'd been pregnant with Josslyn. Olivia's eyes suddenly rounded with surprise as she asked if Carly was pregnant. Lulu dismissed the possibility until she noticed Carly's expression.
Olivia and Lulu joyfully congratulated Carly. Carly thanked them, but she added that she and Sonny weren't ready to share the news with everyone because it was a "super high-risk" pregnancy. However, Carly hoped that it would serve as an incentive for Sonny to get to Dante and return home safely. Carly wished that she could reach Sonny, so Lulu suggested that they call Laura to ask for Robert's number. Carly and Lulu were surprised when Olivia shared that it wasn't necessary; Olivia and Robert occasionally exchanged text messages.
Later, Carly admitted that she had stopped taking the pill and that her pregnancy had been a surprise. Olivia welcomed Carly to the club because both Dante and Leo had been surprises, but everything had worked out better than Olivia could have imagined. Olivia noticed that Carly remained concerned, so she assured Carly that Sonny would bring Dante home and that everything would work out better than they could imagine.
In Ankara, Turkey, Dev stepped out from behind a Dumpster as Robert approached. Dev introduced himself then explained that he'd gotten Robert's number from Sonny. Robert was surprised when Dev added that Sonny had entered Raj's compound the previous evening and hadn't been seen since. Dev was eager to help Sonny, but Robert advised the teen to stay put because Robert's men would take care of things. Robert excused himself when his phone rang. It was Olivia.
Robert was delighted to hear from Olivia until he recalled that she was Dante's mother. He quickly wrapped up the call before she could bombard him with questions. Robert was not pleased when he noticed that Dev had vanished.
In the bowels of Raj's compound, a guard heard a shot ring out. He ran to Sonny's cell then turned to Dante for an explanation. Dante revealed that he'd been forced to shoot. The guard entered the cell to check Sonny's body for a pulse. Sonny and Dante made quick work of neutralizing the guard.
In Raj's office, Raj was in a foul mood as he poured himself a drink. He saw Dante pass his door and called out. Dante entered the room with a guard following close behind him, but Raj didn't recognize Sonny as he asked Dante about the noise that Raj had heard. Dante calmly explained that he'd been forced to kill his father. Raj imagined that it couldn't have been easy, but he commended Dante for doing the right thing. Dante and Sonny were about to leave when one of Raj's guards dragged Dev into the office. The guard revealed that the teen had been lurking around the compound for a couple of days and had pickpocketed the guard's wallet.
Raj was livid that the guard had bothered him with the problem and instructed the guard to cut Dev loose. The guard worried that Dev might be a spy, prompting Raj to order the guard to kill Dev. Meanwhile, Sonny whispered to Dante that they needed to help Dev because Sonny knew the kid. Seconds later, the guard holding Dev was shot dead. Stunned, Raj turned and saw Dante and Sonny pointing their guns at him.
Gunfire erupted as the guards sprang into action. Raj seized the opportunity to slip out a back door, but Dante quickly followed. Dante caught up to Raj then ordered Raj to drop his gun. Raj moved to shoot Dante, but Dante pulled the trigger first. Moments later, Dante returned to Raj's office to report to Sonny and Dev that Raj was dead. Dante was confident that the evidence that he had gathered would be enough to take down the entire organization. Just then, Robert and his men arrived.
Willow resigns from her teaching post
On the pier, Ava was adding a shot to her energy drink when Laura entered with her assistant Marie. Laura caught sight of Ava as Marie recited Laura's schedule for the day. Laura stopped Marie and promised to meet at the office later, so Marie left. Laura was worried about Ava and wondered if she could call someone for Ava. Ava remembered how Laura had told Ava right after Kiki had died that there had been something "off" about "Kevin." Laura replied that she would have insisted Ava leave "Kevin," but Ava knew that she wouldn't have left.
Laura urged Ava to stop thinking about it, but Ava responded that it was all she could think about. Laura said that she would have done anything she could have to help, like anyone would. "I wouldn't," Ava countered, and she added that Laura was a good person who was perfect for Kevin. Laura offered Ava a ride somewhere, but Ava wanted to "sit and reflect on my choices." Laura insisted that, whatever Ava had done, she didn't deserve what Ryan had done to her. "Not everyone would agree," Ava shot back, and she took a gulp of her drink.
Felicia was gushing to Mac about James at the Floating Rib when Kevin entered. "It's me," Kevin promised, but Mac demanded proof. Kevin showed him the hospital bracelet, and Mac accepted it. "Now, what the hell do you want?" Mac asked. Kevin wanted to apologize, so he sat at a table with Mac and Felicia and explained himself. Mac didn't think any explanation would be good enough. Felicia countered that Kevin had paid the price for his mistake, and while she accepted his apology, she couldn't just pretend that nothing had happened. Kevin appreciated her honesty and promised to try to make amends and regain everyone's trust.
Ava entered the bar, and Kevin caught sight of her as she ordered a drink. Felicia thought that she should talk to Ava and walked over to the bar. Mac informed Kevin of how on edge Felicia had been, "no thanks to you." Mac accused Kevin of choosing to protect his brother over everyone else, which had set Ryan loose again.
Felicia sat down next to Ava and advised that she couldn't drink away what Ryan had done to her. She spoke as "the only other woman to survive being loved by Ryan." She briefly told Ava about her experiences with Ryan, and she firmly believed that the only reason she was alive was because Ryan had turned his obsession to Ava instead of Felicia. "Lucky me," Ava said. Felicia thought it was lucky that Ryan hadn't taken her over the bridge with him.
Felicia advised Ava not to let her guard down, as Ryan would be back for her if he was alive. She added that the more hate Ava held onto, the more Ryan won. Ava cried that she couldn't stop. Felicia hoped that Ryan's body was recovered because, until there was proof, she refused to trust that he was gone. Mac joined the women and said that Felicia was right about leaving her guard up.
Alex reached for her bandages, but Finn told her to leave them alone for a few more minutes. She was surprised that Finn was still treating her, but he disclosed that he'd promised Anna that he would personally treat Alex. A few minutes later, Finn took the last of the bandages off, and Alex slowly opened her eyes. She revealed that she could see, and Finn related that his work was done. "How do you know my work is done?" Alex wondered.
Finn reminded Alex that she'd already told Anna which of her memories were actually Alex's. "What if I didn't?" she asked. He wondered if she'd lied but then figured he probably wouldn't be able to trust anything Alex said about Anna. Alex confided that she cared for her sister, but they were on "divergent paths." She warned Finn that Anna would always be running off to save someone, and he would never be enough for Anna.
Anna found Griffin and asked if he was all right after finding out about the real killer. She observed from the bruises that Griffin had been fighting and urged him to talk to her. Griffin blurted out that Ryan had offered Griffin condolences after Kiki's death, and he couldn't make peace with that. She wondered if boxing made him feel better, and he revealed that he did it to feel something at all. Anna started to talk about honoring Kiki's memory, but Griffin didn't want to hear it.
Laura approached and gently talked about how much pain Ava was in. Griffin understood why Laura was talking to him about it, but he wasn't in the right state of mind to comfort someone. Laura thought that Ava needed someone to grieve "side by side" with rather than comfort. Finn walked up to the group and told Anna that "the patient has a request," and she left with him. Laura apologized to Griffin for pressuring him, and he thanked her for understanding. Before he walked away, Laura informed him that, in some of her worst times, she'd gotten strength from people sitting in silence with her.
In Alex's room, Anna informed her that the WSB had sent agents to put Alex into custody. Alex demanded the phone call she was entitled to. Anna left the room and bumped into Laura. She thanked Laura for reaching out to Griffin and thought that he was a better man than he was willing to believe. As Griffin listened in, unseen, from around the corner, Laura talked about how terrible she'd felt for Ava and for the part that Kevin had played. She updated Anna, adding that the murders hadn't had to happen.
Later, Laura called Alexis and left her a message. She wanted to meet with Alexis about "wrapping up the details of my marriage" and asked for Alexis to call her back.
A short while later, Kevin walked on to the pier and was promptly punched from behind a wall. He collapsed unconscious on the ground.
Kristina stormed into the Dawn of Day house and wished her family could see things from her point of view. "Who cares what Willow thinks?" she grumbled. Suddenly interested, Shiloh asked about Willow and thought that Michael shouldn't choose Willow's words over Kristina's. She explained that Michael was a "worrier," but she knew that Shiloh was a good man, and she was grateful for Dawn of Day. Shiloh revealed that was why he wanted her in the Trust.
Kristina tried to think of a secret to tell the Trust, and Shiloh informed her that it could be about "someone dear to you." He thought that would make them trust her even more. When he was gone, Kristina's phone went off. She saw a text from Molly that read, "Please meet me at Kelly's so we can talk. OXO Molly."
Molly sat at Kelly's with Sam and Alexis and told them that Kristina had joined a cult. She'd invited Kristina so they could talk sense into her, but Sam didn't think ganging up on Kristina would do any good. She got up to go, as she had a client, but she urged Molly to "be nice." A few minutes after Sam left, Kristina entered, and Molly offered an apology and a different perspective. Kristina wanted Molly and Alexis to admit that Kristina knew what she was doing, and Molly wondered if Kristina would cut them out of her life if they didn't.
Alexis explained that Kristina's "immersion" in Dawn of Day had been fast, so she gently suggested that Kristina "take a step back." Molly added that Kristina was talking like she was brainwashed. Kristina regretted her visit and figured that she would just "move on" without the trust and support of her family. She stormed out, and they worried that Kristina was just going back to a house where everyone told her exactly what she wanted to hear rather than being honest with her.
Sam entered the Dawn of Day house and found Shiloh. She confided that she'd been thinking about his words about her fear of commitment, and she wondered if she could officially join Dawn of Day. He replied that the group would love to have her. He explained that she would get a mentor and "relinquish" control to him or her. She asked when she would meet the mentor, and he revealed that he would be her mentor. He continued that she would need to make herself available to him all day, every day. "We're done for the day," he said, and he walked away.
Kristina entered the house, and Sam disclosed that she was there to sign up for a class on commitment. Kristina was glad that someone in the family wasn't afraid of connecting with the Dawn of Day message. Sam insisted that Kristina's family loved her, but Kristina replied that love was empty without trust. She was glad to still have Sam and hugged her sister. When Sam was gone a few minutes later, Kristina spoke into the recorder and introduced herself. She revealed that her secret was about a member of her family.
Willow read through her resignation letter for the principal about a family emergency. Valentin and Nina entered, wanting to talk to Willow about putting Charlotte in the High Achiever program. Willow informed them that Charlotte could test into the program or get a recommendation from her next teacher. Nina made digs about how Willow didn't like Charlotte, anyway, but Willow revealed that she no longer worked at the school. Despite more of Nina's digs, Willow told them that she'd had a family emergency.
Nina scolded Willow for leaving her students "high and dry," but Willow countered that Nina had gotten her wish. The women argued about the students adjusting to a new teacher, but Valentin interrupted, hoping that everything was all right with Willow's family. "After everything she said to Charlotte?" Nina asked him. Willow revealed that she felt sorry for Charlotte, because, with Nina as a stepmother, Charlotte had "no chance."
Willow continued that Charlotte was "smart, sophisticated, and independent," but she wanted everything done her way by everyone, including teachers. She knew that Nina thought she was teaching Charlotte to be strong, but leading Charlotte to believe that she was the most special person in the room had made her entitled. Charlotte believed that rules didn't apply to her, and she thought that made Nina a failure as a parent. Willow added that her replacement would know quickly if Charlotte belonged in the High Achievement program, unless Charlotte's problems persisted. Valentin thought it was time to go and wished Willow the best. Willow wished them luck in return, and she closed the door behind them.
Willow cried as she took one last look around her classroom. She sat down at her desk, finished reading the letter, and signed the bottom. She got up to erase her name written on the board, but she was interrupted by someone telling her not to. "Hello, Willow," Shiloh said from the doorway.
A short while later, Valentin arrived at the hospital to see Alex, and Anna commented that "of course she'd call you." Anna informed him that she had no intention of letting Alex go, and he entered the room. Alex told him that she wanted her freedom in exchange for keeping his secrets. "No, thanks," he said quickly, and she reminded him that his life would "crumble." Anna stuck her head in the room and told him that his time was up. He apologized for disappointing Alex, but she replied that it was "only fair, since I disappointed you."
A short while after Valentin was gone, Alex was escorted out of her room by a WSB agent. She cryptically told Anna that Finn would be seeing Anna more clearly. Anna shot back that she lived with the consequences of her actions. "Tell Robert I'm sorry I missed seeing him one last time," Alex called out over her shoulder, and she entered the elevator with two agents.
Griffin departs Port Charles; Dante returns
Lulu was on the phone with Peter when she saw and heard the knob moving on her front door. She urged Peter to call the police, but she was stunned when Dante walked in. "I surrender," he said as he stopped short after eyeing Lulu with a poker in her hand. He noted that she had changed the locks, and he'd had to pick them.
Lulu quickly told Peter that it was only Dante, and she ran into her husband's arms. Dante told her that Raj was dead, but he was sorry for what had happened to Lulu, because he should have been there. He had failed to keep her safe. Lulu assured Dante that she only cared that he was home. Dante's phone began to ring, and Lulu urged him to answer it. It was Frisco Jones, who had called to commend Dante on a job well done.
Shortly after, Lulu and Dante made love. Lulu wanted her husband to promise not to leave again, and he did. "We can beat anything if we're together," Lulu said. She didn't see the scars that were displayed prominently all over Dante's back.
Chase and Laura met with Jordan and Margaux at the police station. Jordan insisted she was up to handling the work, and she related the fact that Ryan's body had not been recovered. Laura was concerned that he could be back in Port Charles. Jordan thought that perhaps Ryan had frozen to death, and his body would still turn up.
Margaux revealed that the official investigation in Canada had been called off, and Ryan had been declared dead. Laura hoped that the Port Charles Police Department would continue the search. Jordan promised that they would, though it would be difficult without any federal or Canadian aid.
Upon further discussion, Margaux referred to Kevin as a liability in the case and stated that she planned to charge him as an accomplice. Laura argued with Margaux, and Jordan added that the case was politically sensitive. Laura was adamant that she would be transparent, and Margaux asked if she had the mayor's support.
At the pier, Griffin attacked Kevin and beat him badly. He told Kevin off, and just as he appeared ready to bash Kevin's head in with a crate, Ava saw them and shouted for Griffin to stop. Ava assured Griffin that it was Kevin, and he hadn't been the one to kill Kiki. Griffin thought that Kevin might as well have killed Kiki, since he'd known that Ryan was alive.
Ava told Griffin to go home, and she declared that she was protecting Griffin and not Kevin. She added that Kiki wouldn't have wanted Griffin to have Kevin's blood on his hands. "He's all yours," Griffin snapped, and he walked off. Kevin thanked Ava, but she glared at him.
Kevin struggled to get up from the ground and admitted that there wasn't much of him worth saving. Ava found a package of tissues in her purse and tossed it to him. Kevin admitted he'd been treating Ryan for months, and he was really sorry. Ava knew that he was and called it doing the wrong thing for the right reason. She was familiar with that herself, but she was the one with the dead kid.
Kevin thought that Ava had a right to despise him. She offered to call an ambulance, but Kevin didn't want to make any trouble for Griffin. Ava sent a text message to Julian for help. As the pair talked, a cop showed up and, spotting Kevin, trained his gun on Kevin. He placed cuffs on the doctor, even though Ava tried to convince him that it wasn't Ryan. The cop threatened to turn Ava in for public intoxication. Kevin told her to go home, as she'd saved enough people for one day.
Julian ran into Brad and Wiley at Kelly's and sat down at their table to chat. He told Brad that he looked like crap, and Brad disclosed that his family's downfall was in full view in the Invader. He proceeded to read aloud a letter written to Liesl about a baby inheriting possible mental issues from its mother.
Julian asked about the possibility of the father passing something on and wondered if they should worry about that. He quickly assured Brad that only three people were familiar with Wiley's true parentage, and he urged Brad to see a doctor for his stress. Julian received a text message from Ava and had to leave.
Sam found Jason at the hospital and told him that Shiloh was going to be her personal mentor, which meant she had to be available at all times and would have to do what he said. She would be unable to have any thoughts of her own. She added that Shiloh had been more than happy to welcome her to the commitment class. Jason informed Sam that Sonny was back, but Sam wanted more time to investigate Shiloh before Sonny heard and possibly ruined things for Kristina.
Carly walked into an examination room and found Lucas tending to Sonny's bullet wound. She gave Sonny the third degree and demanded to know how he'd been shot. Sonny informed her that there was a lot to tell, and he admitted that Dante had shot him. Lucas assured Carly that Sonny would be fine, although Carly was angry. She was just happy that Sonny was safely at home.
By the time Jason walked into the examination room, he found Carly and Sonny in an embrace. Carly declared that Sonny had a minor injury and was not fine. Sonny revealed that Dante had taken it hard after hearing about the attack on Lulu, and Carly disclosed that there had been other trouble while Sonny had been gone.
Sonny heard about the events in Canada with Ryan, and he demanded that Ryan be found. He added that if Ryan was still alive, he wanted him dead. Jason proceeded to fill Sonny in on the problem with Kristina and Dawn of Day, and he told Sonny about the argument he'd observed between Kristina and Molly.
Jason went on to say that Kristina had been isolating herself and that Shiloh had been controlling her. Carly was concerned that Kristina would blame Sonny if anything were to happen to Shiloh, but Sonny was more concerned about Kristina.
Lucas spotted Griffin in the hallway and demanded to check him out. It was obvious that Griffin had been in a fight. While Lucas worked on his patient, he talked about how he'd always been in awe of Griffin, but he wondered what had happened to make Griffin appear so lost. Griffin declared that he couldn't get better in Port Charles because he felt rage and saw ghosts.
Griffin asked Lucas to write out a letter for him because his hand had been injured. It was to Monica, and Griffin told her that he was resigning from his position at the hospital, effective immediately. Shortly after, the pair walked through the hallway and ran into Sonny and Carly, who were getting off the elevator.
Griffin elaborated on how it had been his honor to know Sonny's family and to have been able to treat Mike. He had a new doctor for Sonny to call. "Did he just say goodbye?" Carly asked as Griffin walked off. "For now," Lucas replied. Griffin took a last look around.
Willow was startled when Shiloh walked into her classroom. He talked about how upset he'd been when she had disappeared, and he was glad to see that she was safe. He drew closer to the teacher and told her that the two of them were destined to be together. Willow wanted to know how he'd found her. "You can't dodge fate," Shiloh replied, noting that her name change hadn't deterred him.
Shiloh reminded Willow that she'd made a promise not to leave, and she had broken it. Willow insisted that the promise had been made "under duress," and she ordered him to leave the classroom. She threatened to call the police. Shiloh taunted her and made it known that the police wouldn't care about him being there.
Willow told Shiloh he was a manipulative liar, and she vowed to turn what he'd done against him. Shiloh responded that he wouldn't allow Willow to slander him but she acknowledged that she wouldn't allow him to push her around. She held her phone in her hand and tapped some buttons as they argued.
Shiloh thought that Willow had regressed, and he announced that he would take care of her. He added that she would be welcomed home. Willow retorted that she'd seen how Shiloh had taken care of things, and though she missed her DOD family, she had a new life. Shiloh insisted that DOD had everything that Willow would need or want. As he held out his hand to her, Chase burst through the door.
Willow declared that Chase was right on time for his parent-teacher conference. Shiloh began to introduce himself, but Willow interrupted him to announce that he was just leaving. Shiloh whispered that his door was open for her. Chase and Willow stared angrily at Shiloh's departing back.
Chase asked Willow what was going on, but she didn't want him to get involved. She told him to stay away. Chase reminded her that she had sent him a text message, and he wanted to know everything. Willow told him that she was canceling their weekend together because she was leaving town. Chase was certain that Shiloh would find Willow again, and he offered to help her. He deduced that Willow had been in DOD, and he asked if Shiloh was her baby's father. He asked why she was scared.
Sam and Danny stopped at Kelly's and chatted with Brad and Wiley, who spit up all over Sam. Shiloh walked in, and Sam introduced Shiloh and Brad. Shiloh offered to watch Danny while Sam went to the ladies' room to clean up. Sam refused at first, and Shiloh wondered if she trusted him. Brad called out that he was there, too, and awkwardly, Sam stated that she trusted Shiloh.
Shiloh introduced himself to Danny while Sam was gone, and they bumped fists. Jason was outside, peering into the window with an angry look on his face.
The cop arrived at the police station with Kevin in tow. Laura announced that it was really Kevin and not Ryan. Laura saw his bruised face, and Kevin insisted that he had deserved it. The cop removed the cuffs. Jordan wanted to ask Kevin some questions, and he agreed. He didn't care about having an attorney present.
Jordan turned her recorder on. She asked Kevin about treating Ryan, and he admitted that he had treated Ryan at Ferncliff under the name of Todd Wilson. He had been concealing his brother since May 2018. Margaux placed Kevin under arrest, and Jordan read him his rights.
Ava sat at the pier and looked at her engagement ring. She removed it and heaved it into the water. "You're late!" Ava shouted when Julian finally appeared. He could see that she was drunk as she staggered and stuttered. When her phone rang, she answered it tentatively because it said the caller was unknown. She heard someone breathing, but there was no answer. "Ryan?" she asked. Julian grabbed the phone from her and threatened the caller. The line went dead.