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Alan Quartermaine (deceased)
Actor: Stuart Michael Damon
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Stuart Damon (1977 to December, 23 2008)
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* Alan definitely wasn't your run-of-the-mill doctor. From his lurid affairs to addiction to pain-killers, million-dollar law suits, and stormy relationship with Monica, his life was anything but easy. His two sons fought constantly, mostly over the same women. Alan's sister is overbearing, his father is bossy and cranky, and his sons didn't turn out anything as Alan had hoped. AJ is gone and Jason is heavily involved with the mob.
Past: Physician, Chief of Staff at General Hospital
Past: Stockholder of E.L.Q. Industries
Alan came to Port Charles at the invitation of Dr. Rick Webber, and was immediately attracted to Rick's ex-wife, Monica. Although Alan and Monica married, she still had feelings for Rick and cheated on Alan with her past husband.
When AJ was born, there was a question of paternity. Everyone, including Rick, believed the child was a Webber, however, a later test determined that Alan was the true father.
Jason was the result of another scandalous liaison, this time on Alan's part. It seems that lusting and cheating have been the watchwords of the Quatermaine marriage from the beginning.
He and Monica adopted young Emily Bowen after her mother, Paige, died of breast cancer. He formed a fast and deep bond with the little girl raised her with hopes of finally not messing up as a father.
Another offspring of his appeared on the scene when Skye Chandler came to Port Charles. Her mother, Rae, had an affair with Alan many years ago but never revealed her pregnancy. Alan welcomed his grown daughter, but Monica and the rest of the family didn't. It was later revealed that Skye was not, in fact, a Alan's child but he loved her and claimed her as is own anyway.
Since dying of a heart attack during the Metro Court hostage crisis in 2007, his spirit appears once in a while to Tracy. He serves as her conscience and sounding board. On Christmas Eve, 2008, Monica was finally able to see him as well. They immediately started to bicker, but express undying love for one another.
Monica Quartermaine (divorced - first time)
Lucy Coe (divorced)
Gretel Rae Cummings (Lover)
Susan Moore (affair - deceased)
Charity Gaitlin (affair)
Lucy Coe (affair)
Aunt Gertrude (part of ruse deal made with Ned - only lasted a few weeks)
Edward Quartermaine (father)
Lila Morgan (mother - deceased)
Tracy Quartermaine (sister)
Bradley Ward II (paternal half-brother)
Jimmy Lee Holt (paternal half-brother)
George Quartermaine (paternal grandfather - deceased)
Ida Zemlock (paternal grandmother - deceased)
Harold Morgan (maternal grandfather - deceased)
Herbert Quartermaine (paternal uncle)
Hal Morgan (maternal uncle)
Alexandria Quartermaine (paternal cousin)
Quentin Quartermaine (paternal cousin)
Edward Ashton (paternal nephew)
Dillon Quartermaine (paternal nephew)
Justus Ward (paternal half-nephew)
Unnamed Ward (paternal half-niece)
Unnamed Ward (paternal half-niece)
Celia Quartermaine (paternal first cousin)
Michael Corinthos III (grandson)
Lila Rae Quartermaine (granddaughter -by adoption)
Alan Quartermaine Jr. (son with Monica - deceased)
Jason Morgan (son with Susan)
Emily Bowen-Quartermaine (daughter by adoption)
Skye Chandler Quartermaine (daughter by adoption - Spring 2004)
Jake Michael Spencer (granddaughter, Jason's son with Elizabeth Spencer)
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At home, Emma refuses to accept her mom's excuses for leaving. Robin wanders into her bedroom and tells Patrick about this. He knows how the kid feels. "You have to let me go," she says. He knows but he's not happy about it. They don't know how to pack since they don't know where she's going. She doesn't want to pack; she just wants to spend time with him. Drake cries and refuses to pretend that things are fine. Robin worries that he doesn't love her anymore. He still loves her so she asks him to help her make a memory she can take away with her. They get undressed and have some somber sex. She promises that she will come back someday.
An intern brings Steve Hardy’s portrait to the nurses’ station. Patrick meets the new interns for a tour. He gives the history of Dr. Hardy and other great doctors at GH. He reminds them that the doctors may be the brains of the hospital, but the nurses are the heart. Near Nikolas’ room Liz is reminded by Audrey of Steve’s 50th anniversary. Liz wishes everyone could be there to dedicate the portrait for the board room. Sara’s in Monterey, her parents are in Asia, and Tom’s in Africa having just graduated medical school. They visit the portrait before leaving with Patrick. Audrey remembers dancing with Steve on their anniversary. She touches a kiss to Steve’s portrait and leaves with Elizabeth.
At the Quartermaine’s Tracy tells Alan she has no room for figments of her imagination. Monica can see Alan too. They compare notes on what they see. Monica tells Alan she is so happy. He tells her she is about to be happier and Emily says, "Hi mom," behind her. Tracy jokes Alan should have brought dad or mom back instead of Monica’s adopted waif. Tracy and Monica start fighting over the house and Pickle-Lila. Tracy berates Monica for her long line of infidelities starting with Rick Webber. His ghost joins them and asks Tracy not to drag him into this. Rick’s there to bury the hatchet with Alan. They decide to let bygones be bygones. Emily tells Tracy and Monica they should do the same. Monica says Tracy can stay. Tracy offers a truce with a handshake. Emily says a hug is worth their trip. Monica and Tracy hug awkwardly. Tracy announces they’re gone and the hug ends. Monica wonders what’s in the relish making them see things.