Patrick arrives at home and tells Robin that he will not be handing her over to the Cassadines. They argue about her plans. He thinks it all sounds too dangerous and they should talk to her mom. She can't let Jason die. As he tries dragging her out the door, Victor barges in. "My wife is not going to help you," Patrick growls. Victor isn't thrilled that Robin has obviously violated the conditions of his offer. This means that Jason may be 'toast'. Heading for the door, he reminds Robin that she has until tomorrow. Robin feels like she's made a deal with the devil, but she won't let Patrick change her mind.
GH Recap: Toast.
Luke and Scott are rescued, Liz tells Nikolas how she feels and Robin refuses to listen to Patrick.
Anna and her crew show up at Miscavige and demand to see Luke and Scott. She threatens to charge the clerk if he doesn't co-operate. He caves and brings her to the room where Luke and Scott are being held. She finds them unconscious in a pile. Scott seems dopey but okay. Luke isn't doing so well.
Lucy and Tracy pace at the PCPD and worry. Tracy wonders why Lucy cares so much about Baldwin. This leads to babbling. Tracy cans the lengthy recap of the history of Lucy's womb. Quartermaine and Coe tear into each other. Eventually, this is interrupted by a call informing them that Scott and Luke are headed for the hospital. They shove each other out the door.
Britt shows up at Dante and Lulu's with baby Ben. She gets a text and has to head to the hospital to cover for someone. Dante offers to babysit. The doctor leaves them to it. Lulu stands back and blinks up a storm as Dante holds the baby. They tell Ben how lucky he is and Lulu notice's he has his father's chin. She gets a call about her father being in the hospital. Lulu tells Dante to stay there with the baby. As he feeds the kid cheerios, he wishes he was Lulu's kid too.
At the hospital, Sabrina and Epiphany wonder why Lucy didn't bother showing up for the Nurses' Ball meeting. Sabrina isn't sure she wants to take part this year. It's all kind of awkward since Patrick knocked her up. Epiphany says that everyone already knows all about it. Sabrina has an appointment. When she goes down the hall to meet Dr. Chu, she's startled to see that Britt is filling in for her. She assures Britt that she will not be using the baby to win Patrick back. Slowly, Britt apologizes for trying to get between her and Patrick. Sabrina accepts the apology and says it's all in the past. They look at the baby together and Britt coos about Ben. As they schedule the nurse's next appointment, Sabrina notices the hulking ring on Britt's finger. She wishes the doctor good luck with Nikolas. Meanwhile, Scott and Luke are being wheeled through the hall and lectured by Epiphany. Scott wants to get back to work but Anna insists he be examined first. Tracy and Lucy arrive. Quartermaine begins railing at Luke, but he's pretty out of it. Lulu arrives to see her father. He blankly assures her he's fine. Lucy pulls Scott into a corner. She admits that she doesn't know what she would do if she lost him.
Nikolas comes out of the shower in his towel and finds Liz waiting for him in his room. That's sort of awkward. As he gets dressed, she gives herself a pep talk. The prince returns with his pants on and she explains she's there about his engagement. "Please don't marry her," she begs. "I'm in love with you." He walks to the other side of the room and then asks her to repeat that. Liz tells him how afraid she was to make the same mistakes again. She did the wrong thing before but needed to do the right thing now. Nik has waited a long time to hear her say all of this. Sobbing, he reminds her that she told him to move on. He did. Since there is nothing else to say, Liz leaves.
Tomorrow’s Port Charles spoilers for General Hospital:
Robin continues to tear her family apart.
Michael has trouble trusting Kiki.
Olivia has some advice for TJ and Molly.
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