Come fly with me. (ABC)

“General Hospital” Rundown for the week of February 17 – 21:

It was lukewarm in the love department as Valentine’s Day fizzled out before it even began this week, but fans got more than they bargained for as Robin tried to explain the great mysteries of her decision to leave Port Charles…a moving week if you discount the frustration of Britt’s half-hearted reveal.

Where have all the doctors and nurses gone?
There was nothing remotely familiar about General Hospital for a time there, especially in regards to the staff. Carly and Franco were treated by strangers. It would have been a good moment for Dr. Obrecht to make a cameo with an indication that perhaps a new regime change was in place. It just turned out that everyone must have taken off for a romantic Valentine’s Day just to get their hearts broken. The cold and sterile scenes were replaced with a welcoming familiarity of Epiphany and the temporarily missing Sabrina by week’s end.

Nurses’ Ball 2014.
Reality set in for viewers. We’re rounding the bend on the end of the fiftieth anniversary celebration. Lucy Coe was once again cheer-leading the cause and scrambling for funding for the nurses’ ball. This time around it started out differently. Kevin was by her side, welcoming the thought that he’d be there for her to lean on him, she wouldn’t even have to enlist the help of Scott. This year’s ball might be more exciting than last’s. It might be the perfect time for Kevin to learn about Scott, not to mention how entertaining it will be to have another one of Patrick’s women pregnant. So deja vu.

Wakeup call.
Franco really woke Carly up to the fact that he wasn’t the only one who found her. Apparently Anna and Nathan were too busy following the arrest to inquire who was posing as Heather at Miscavige. They didn’t even attempt a phone call to find out what gives…we have your yet-again-escaped patient in custody. The Heather story had more holes in it than her time of death oversight in her plan to kill Carly. Tracy could only be bothered to visit the PCPD once to report Luke missing and upon her return at the week’s end it looked like she spent her time worrying over the love of her life at the spa. Nice hair, though. At least the occasion was marked by Anna’s finest moment in detective work ever – eating a BLT in front of Heather. I was almost hoping that Anna would get trapped with Luke and Scott during the not so daring rescue with the PCPD beat cops because Nathan must have had something better to do. At least the afterword of the whole affair was entertaining with Lucy making a spectacle fawning all over Scott at the hospital. Tracy was hilarious viewing the whole situation. She was so shrewd, almost knowing what was going on between the adulterous couple.

Victor and Liesl.
Who else wants to know what went on between these two? She might have been the only one who received chocolates for Valentine’s Day. Unfortunately for Victor, all she wanted was to know about Cesar’s well-being. It will be interesting to know how close they were and if Britt is a Cassadine…although it would be weird for Nikolas.