Credit: For you schatzie. (ABC)

“GH” Rundown for the week of August 12-16:

This week the focus shifted from the who’s your daddy story of Kiki – mystery solved! – to the convoluted who’s your daddy mess among Britt, Patrick, Maxie, Dante, Spin, Ellie, Obrecht and the meddling roommates Sabrina and Felix. The closer the due date for the two babies, the more anxious we are for the truth to come out – and that includes bringing back Robin. That has to happen soon, right?

Morgan and Michael.
Broken record here, but Morgan is just despicable. That’s all there is to it. Michael was beyond brave to ask Kiki to call off the wedding in front of Morgan, so it was a real punch in the gut when his smug face informed him they were already wed. And when Michael planted the seed that Morgan already knew the truth he threw a fit like a little spoiled kid getting caught instead of even answering the question. Just ugh. Can’t wait to see how Michael reacts when he finds out Sonny knew all along about this and deliberately hid it from him. Not only was it just wrong in general, but the older Michael gets, the harder it is going to be for him to continue to justify Sonny’s reasons for doing what he does, especially when he claims it’s for the family. That is Sonny’s supposed reasoning here, yet look what it has done to Michael. Yeesh – talk about driving Michael right into AJ’s waiting paternal arms. If Sonny tries to pin the fallout from that on Connie, he deserves to lose her.

The Singing Falconeri’s.
Mac and Felicia’s engagement party was a nice distraction, and other than a way to keep vets Lucy and Kevin involved in the plot, it was a great karaoke showcase down at the Rib. Kevin and Mac as Norma and Eve was definitely the highlight. But why was there some new guy running the bar? No Coleman? A travesty. Coleman would have caught Obrecht spiking champers with propofol before the first drop hit the bubbles, and maybe even seduced her while he was doing it.

As Lulu said, a party isn’t a party without a little drama, but once Lucy remembered her little encounter with Obrecht in the park, it was already too late for Duke. Although his collapse has done some good for Duke in that it has reminded us that he was once a baddie with enemies and not always the softie wearing makeup and a tutu for little Emma and mincing around with relish squabbles at ELQ. Regardless, it was nice he woke up so quickly and was able to tell Anna who was at fault so we don’t always have to wait forever for plot to move forward.