Levi looks for who called Immigration, Carly and Franco argue over Sonny, and Brad and Felix make things worse.
At Maxie's, Levi accuses Nathan of squealing on him. The cop denies it and admits that Mac or Dante might have made the call. Levi jogs out. Nathan trails after.
Felix is doing his rounds at the hospital and chatting to Sabrina on the phone. Brad interrupts to nag him about ruining things with Lucas. Felix gets off the phone and they argue about what happened. They both think that Lucas had decided to be with them. Felix doubts Brad could actually be in a sustainable relationship. Brad doubts he even wants Lucas. "Maybe I do," says Felix. That doesn't go over well. They decide Lucas is a lost cause and decide to go drinking.
Maxie walks into The Floating Rib and demands to know if Mac or Dante called Immigration on Levi. The men deny doing anything. They debate the merits of Dunkleman. Maxie continues accusing them. Levi and Nathan arrive. Maxie accuses him. Nathan apologizes for dragging them all into this. Levi wants to check his phone. He hands it over and Maxie finds an 800 number. She calls it. It's Immigration. The cop is clueless and Maxie accuses him of being a liar. She declares that he won't get away with this. Meanwhile, Lucas and his father arrive. They say hi to Lulu and Liv, who gives Julian the cold shoulder. Father and son sit down across the room. Julian wants to hear about his problems, even if that includes his love life. He chokes on his beer when Lucas talks about Brad and Felix making out. He explains his romantic conundrum. Before he can explain which man he chose, Felix and Brad walk in together. Lucas is miffed.
At Carly's, Sonny has a fit when Carly admits that Franco almost told Michael everything. Sonny wants Franco dead. Carly objects that she loves him. He laughs at that. She forbids the murder just as Franco strolls in. He guesses what's been happening and challenges the mobster to shoot him. "Okay," says Sonny, Carly nixes that. Sonny wouldn't do it himself anyway. He threatens that if Michael learns the truth, Franco's days are numbered. He walks out. Franco can't believe Carly betrayed him. She defends herself. He feels like he doesn't know her. She explains that she used to be a disaster but Michael made her a better person. They continue arguing and she begs him to stop pushing Sonny. Carly insists the mobster will always be part of her life. "I love you and I'd really like you not to die," she says. They eat frozen pizza and talk about how good life is.
Jordan heads to the Metro Court for dinner with Mickey Diamond. She yaps all about it on the phone to Anna. When she turns around, Shawn is standing beside her. He tells her she looks good in blue. They reminisce about the night they spent together. Mickey interrupts. Shawn heads to the bar. Sonny joins him to vent about Carly. Shawn glares over at Jordan and her boss. They discuss the time she spent in prison. She's vague. Mickey's flirty. She asks about their boss. As he fondles her hand, Shawn interrupts and orders him to back off. Diamond flashes his holstered gun. The men threaten each other. Jordan asks Shawn to leave. Sonny gets between them and drags his minion away. Shawn worries that Jordan is getting in too deep. His boss turns the topic to Franco and says he knows too much... but he can't kill him yet. Meanwhile, Mickey asks Jordan up to his room for dessert. She thinks they should keep things professional. He says it's in her interest to keep him happy.
Tomorrow's Port Charles spoilers for General Hospital:
Nina has doubts about her actions.
Michael questions Morgan about Kiki.
Liz finds Britt and Nikolas together.
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