Sonny worries about Franco, the transplant plans hit a problem, and Maxie looks for the guilty party.
Franco calls Carly from the hospital and tells her how great his new job is going. He apologizes for being a jerk about Sonny. Her doorbell rings. It's Sonny. She gets off the phone. He tells her about Ava moving her mother in and using her to go after the recording. "Time for a new safe," she says. They banter a bit and then he tells her that Franco is still an issue. She doesn't think so, but has a hard time insisting on it. Carly admits that Franco nearly told Michael the truth. Sonny doesn't think things will be okay as long as Franco is alive.
At Maxie's, she and Levi wonder if Nathan called Immigration on him. The cop walks in. They confront him. He denies it. Diane calls and the Aussie walks off to take it. Nathan confesses he tipped Dante off but he's sure the cop wouldn't have blabbed. "He cares about you, we both do," he says. He mentions Mac wouldn't mind Levi being deported. She groans. They bicker about Levi. Nathan accuses her of pretending to be someone she's not. She storms out. The cops calls. Levi returns and accuses him of being a squealer.
Olivia and Lulu are with Dante and the baby at the Floating Rib. They discuss when the couple might have a new baby and then Liv gossips about Ava's mother. As Lulu accuses Liv of still having feelings for Sonny, Dante heads over to the bar and chats with Mac. Neither of them like Levi. Maxie storms in and demands to know which of them is trying to get her boyfriend deported.
At the hospital, Dr. Obrecht corners Franco and tells him how great he's been for the pediatrics ward. He's happy to be contributing to society. He goes back to work. Meanwhile, Tracy is anxious for news about Rafe's heart. She tells Monica about it. Everyone tries to keep her calm. Down the hall, Kiki and Silas discuss the transplant. Rafe's blood-type is a match for Alice. She apologizes for the timing of this. He doesn't see what difference the timing would make and agrees to talk to Alice's people. When they find them, Silas says he's willing to donate his nephew's heart. Franco strolls into the middle of the conversation. They tell him to get lost and he comments on how rude the Quartermaines are. After he leaves, Silas says that Rafe had a good heart, in spite of any mistakes he made. Monica is optimistic that things will work out. Morgan is thrilled and gives Kiki a hug. Michael stares at them. When Monica and Silas start comparing Rafe and Alice's heart in his office, Obrecht interrupts and wonders what they are up to. They fill her in. "No death wasted," Obrecht declares as her motto. The doctors return to the family and tell them that Obrecht has signed off on the transplant. A moment later, Obrecht interrupts to declare there is a problem. She explains that Rafe tested positive to heroin and the hospital can't allow a transplant in that situation. In Rafe's hospital room, Nina thanks Rafe for helping her drive a wedge between Sam and Silas. His hand moves and he stares at her. She keeps herself calm, but Rafe revives and yanks the oxygen tube out of his mouth. He taunts her and threatens to expose her secrets. She yells threats until Franco interrupts. She snaps out of it. Rafe is still comatose. Franco tells her that he used to see and hear things too. He hopes she won't be destroying lives like he did but he assumes she's just under a lot of stress. He leaves as Silas arrives.
Tomorrow's Port Charles spoilers for General Hospital:
Sonny threatens Franco.
Jordan receives a dangerous offer.
Lucas talks to Julian about his love life.
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