Carly tells Jason about Robin, while Maxie shows up at the funeral.
After Spinelli tries but fails to convince Maxie to attend Robin's funeral, he leaves Crimson. Maxie looks at a photo of her cousin and sobs.
Sonny continues to talk about his relationship with Robin at the memorial service. He knows he ruined their friendship and hopes he can repair it by way of the people she cared about most – her family. Once he's done he gets Kate and leaves. Anna gets up to speak about her daughter. She thanks them all for helping Robin be the person she was, especially Mac, in light of her absence throughout Robin's life. When she mentions Robert not being there, Luke gets up to read a letter from him expressing his reasons for not attending and how much he loved his daughter. Patrick is the last one to speak. He knows there's nothing to say that everyone else hasn't already. He recounts how Robin changed his life, but gets too upset and can't talk anymore. Matt helps his brother to his seat, as Maxie enters. Despite Matt and Lulu trying to talk her out of it, Maxie insists on speaking. She tells everyone she hates herself for what she did to Robin and they will all hate her too. She explains that Robin's death is her fault because she was too focused on her own problems to notice and what happened that night is exactly who she is. She blurts out that she killed Robin.
Sonny and Kate head to the Crimson office and toast Robin. Sonny thanks Kate for being there for him at the funeral. He then asks why she wasn't at her office when she texted him to stop by. Kate thinks they should stay focused on Robin. Sonny doesn’t feel he adequately conveyed how amazing Robin was while dealing with Stone's death. He is upset how he trashed their friendship last year and can't believe people think he's so out of control he could cause that accident. He doesn’t have a lot of people on his side right now. He needs her to be. Kate isn't going anywhere. She insists the text was nothing. Sonny finds Ewen's card and asks if she's seeing another guy. Kate explains Ewen is a psychiatrist. Sonny grills her about why she needs to see one.
Sam finds Epiphany at the hospital to question her about Carly trying to get to Jason. Epiphany is confident she has it under control, but Sam reminds her, "This is Carly we're talking about." Epiphany suggests she look in the locker room for Carly. Sam enters the locker room and finds Ewen naked after exiting the shower. He gets dressed as Sam talks about Carly's obsession with Jason. Ewen diplomatically points out being married doesn't mean getting rid of your friends. Sam fears Carly could end up killing Jason by telling him something sensitive. She insists she didn’t tell Jason herself because she wanted to save his life. She leaves to find Carly before it's too late.
Dressed in a janitor's uniform, Carly enters Jason's room and tells him she was banned from seeing him, but there's something he needs to know. Jason defends Sam's decision to ban her and he thanks Carly for going along with it so Sam could feel even a little bit in control. Carly tells him Sam has been lying to him for days. Jason asks what she lied about. Carly says, "Robin." Jason doesn’t want to fight about Robin. Carly doesn't either. She will always be grateful to her for saving his life. She talks about how certain things make you reconsider what you thought about someone. Jason sternly asks if something happened. Carly tears up and says, "I'm so sorry. She's dead."
Tomorrow's Port Charles spoilers for General Hospital:
Sam encounters a familiar face.
Sonny and Kate (or Connie?) face off.
Anna goes ballistic.
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