At the penthouse, Julian explains to Alexis why he retaliated. He'll kill anyone who tried to harm his family. She assumes that Jordan is taking the fall for him and that means he's still in the business. That's why her house was destroyed. He confirms that. "I am who I am," he says, insisting this doesn't change how they feel about each other. They kiss, rip off their clothes and hit the floor. After sex, she admits she wants him but can't have him. She needs to protect her children from him.

Kiki brings Alice dinner in her hospital room. Alice isn't hungry. Tracy takes Kiki to apologize for not listening to her about Luke. Ned and the Corinthos boys walk in an announce the latest heart is not viable. "It's the last round," Alice announces. She thinks they need to say their goodbyes. The greatest pleasure of her life has been taking care of the Quartermaines. Selma Diamond stumbles in. She's heard about the heart situation and wants Alice to have her brother's. Everyone is thrilled and thanks her. Alice promises to live up to the gift. The brothers take Selma down the hall to fill out the paperwork. Down the hall, Nina wheels by the nurses' station and chats with Silas. She says she'll be walking again in no time. They joke about her culinary skills. Molly pops up and chats to Silas about what's been going on lately. Nina wheels away. Molly wonders if there is any hope for the doctor and Sam. He doesn't think it's in the stars. As they discuss Rafe, she flashes back to the night of the crash and remembers Rafe saying the crash wasn't an accident. He was forced to do it. Silas wonders who would do that. Meanwhile, Sonny sits outside of the hospital making calls when Carly approaches him. They chat about Alice and then his problems with his sons. She takes his hand. Nina watches them from a doorway. The mobster talks about how repetitive his life is and then he accuses her of lying to herself about Franco. He grabs her face and starts kissing her. She pulls away and says that was wrong. Sonny laughs when she says she loves Franco. He admits he just saw Olivia kissing Ned. Carly tells him about Joss hiding Spencer and repeats that she is committed to Franco. Nina wheels back down to Silas and Molly. They tell her what they have been discussing. And Selma heads out of the hospital to meet Sonny. She thanks him for the fake ID and he pays her off. "This was a good thing you did," she says.

At the Crichton-Clark clinic, Patrick asks Robin to let things end. She insists she'll always love him. "Good luck with your corpses," he says, walking away. Sam runs up to him. The alarm starts going off. They run. Robin stares and then throws something. "You break it you buy it," Victor says as he pops up. He reminds her that visitors are forbidden. She insists she said Jason was dead. He's impressed that she lied but can't have Sam snooping around anymore. "I'd hate to have to arrange for Patrick and Emma to have another accident," he threatens. Robin thinks he's a monster. He muses on Rafe's death and orders her to get back to work. After he wanders off, Robin tells Jason that she has to keep telling himself that bringing him back will keep her family safe.

Sam and Patrick head to a bar for a drink. She fills him in about what happened. He downs a beer fast so she wonders what he was doing in the clinic. The doctor flashes back to the trauma of talking to Robin and then claims nothing happened. He has another beer and suggests they go out on the town.

Tomorrow's Port Charles spoilers for General Hospital:

Nathan contemplates his feeling for Maxie.

Felicia gives Maxie an heirloom.

Sonny and Morgan have a frank talk about Ava.

Carly thinks Ava should get a paternity test.

Lulu learns whether or not she can proceed with hormone treatments.

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