At Metro Court Restaurant, Luke ignored the crime scene tape as he made his way to the bar to pour himself a drink. Moments later, Tracy appeared in the doorway and demanded to know what Luke was doing. "What does it look like?" Luke asked. Tracy pointed out that Luke had broken two laws: entering a crime scene and stealing liquor. Luke made a wisecrack remark, so Tracy got to the point of her visit.
Tracy wanted to know if Luke had talked to the doctor about Luke's test results. She reminded Luke that he had promised to call her when he had them, but Luke disagreed. According to Luke, Tracy had demanded that he call her, but he had never agreed. Tracy wanted to know if the doctor had called Luke, so Luke assured her that he hadn't spoken to the doctor. Tracy accused Luke of playing the "semantic game," so Luke conceded that a nurse had called to let him know that the results were in.
Tracy became frustrated when Luke confessed that he wasn't interested in knowing what the test results were because he insisted that doctors were only interested in making money, which meant that they wanted people to believe that they were sick when in fact they weren't. Tracy argued that often people were actually sick, so she wasn't in the mood to listen to Luke's rant. She suspected that Luke was avoiding the test results because he either had a death wish or he believed that he was invincible.
Luke insisted that he had passed out because his blood sugar had been low, so Tracy suggested that they find out. Luke was stunned when Tracy called the doctor to set up an appointment. He quickly snatched the phone out of her hand to end the call. Tracy was certain that Luke knew that something was seriously wrong with him, but Luke argued that he objected to the way the medical community operated. Tracy accused Luke of being a coward and then stormed out. A short time later, Luke called to schedule an appointment to discuss his test results with the doctor.
At Kelly's, T.J. told Shawn that the prom had been cancelled because of the shooting at Metro Court, where the prom was to have been held. T.J. talked about what he knew about the shooting, unaware that Shawn had a flashback of the botched hit. T.J. suddenly noticed how quiet Shawn was, so T.J. asked if Shawn was okay. Shawn explained that he had spent the evening at the hospital with Alexis because Danny might be seriously ill. Concerned, T.J. asked what was wrong with Danny, so Shawn admitted that they didn't know because they had been waiting for the results of some tests.
T.J. was worried about Molly, so he decided to go see her. "She's the only person I want to be with," T.J. explained as he turned to leave. "O.M.G. That's so romantic," Taylor squealed with delight as she entered the diner. She assumed that T.J. had been talking about her, so T.J. smiled uncomfortably. Taylor didn't notice because she was too busy twirling to show off her new beautiful red gown. Felix grumbled that the dress had wiped out his savings, but Taylor was unrepentant as she pointedly warned Felix that he wasn't in a position to deny her anything.
Felix suggested that if being an actress or model didn't work out for his sister then Taylor could be an extortionist. Taylor ignored her brother as she asked T.J. what he thought about her dress, so T.J. assured her that he liked it. Taylor's eyes lit up with glee when she saw the corsage that T.J. had bought for her. T.J. tried to tell her that the prom had been cancelled, but Taylor cut T.J. off to demand that Felix take some pictures. T.J. looked pained as Taylor forced him to pose for a series of photos.
Afterwards, Taylor admitted that she was eager to post the pictures online because she was certain that she and T.J. were going to be the hottest couple at the prom. T.J. finally managed to break the news to Taylor that the prom had been cancelled because of the shooting. Taylor was outraged because she had gotten dressed up and had been looking forward to meeting T.J.'s friends. Felix reminded his insensitive sister that a woman had been shot, so canceling the prom wasn't a tragedy.
Taylor sulked because she didn't want to go home after she had gone through so much trouble to get ready for the special evening. She insisted that she and T.J. go out on a date, so T.J. reluctantly agreed. However, T.J. stepped away to quietly ask Shawn to check on Molly and to let Molly know that T.J. was thinking about her. Shawn agreed, so he put Felix in charge of the teenagers. After Shawn left, Taylor informed Felix that Felix could leave too. Felix refused, so Taylor resorted to blackmail by threatening to call their parents.
Felix warned T.J. and Taylor not to drink. T.J. promised that everything would be fine. "You poor, poor boy," Felix said as he left. T.J. was curious where Taylor wanted to go. She confessed that it didn't matter because they would have a fabulous time. "I came prepared," Taylor confided as she showed him the flask of alcohol in her clutch purse.
At the lake house, Molly modeled her stunning blue prom dress for Alexis, who was proud of how beautiful her youngest daughter looked. Alexis became frustrated when Molly explained that she wouldn't be attending the prom. Alexis refused to let her daughter miss out on the important milestone because of Danny's illness, so Molly clarified that the prom had been cancelled because of the shooting at Metro Court. Alexis immediately recalled catching Shawn in a lie about what Shawn had been doing the previous evening.
Molly noticed that her mother had become distracted, so she asked if Alexis knew something about the shooting. Alexis was taken aback by the question, but Molly explained that it wasn't hard to figure out because Franco was a horrible person who had hurt a lot of people, including Sam, and Molly's Uncle Sonny had a certain way of dealing with his enemies. Alexis conceded that Sonny had been questioned by the police, but released. Molly sensed that there was more to it, so Alexis claimed that she was worried about Sam and Danny.
Molly thought that it was for the best that the prom had been cancelled, but Alexis disagreed. Alexis warned Molly that they would have a difficult road ahead of them with Danny's illness, so they should grab all the happiness that they could. Molly suddenly realized that she hadn't told Rafe that the prom had been cancelled, but Rafe appeared in the doorway before Molly could make the call. Rafe admitted that Molly looked beautiful, so Molly thanked him and then broke the news that the prom had been cancelled.
Rafe confessed that he wasn't disappointed because he hadn't been in the mood to celebrate because of everything that was going on with Danny. However, he was glad that he had gotten to see Molly in her prom dress, even though he wasn't the guy that she should have gone to the prom with. Molly reminded Rafe that T.J. had a date, so it didn't matter. Moments later, Alexis received a phone call. Molly could tell from Alexis' demeanor that it hadn't been good news, so Molly waited until after the call to ask if it had been Sam.
Alexis revealed that the judge had granted Silas custody of Rafe. Molly was outraged that the judge hadn't given Sam a continuance. Meanwhile, Rafe appeared shocked as he absorbed the unwelcome news. Alexis explained that Rafe would have to leave town with Silas the following day, so Molly asked Alexis to file an appeal. Alexis assured Molly that they would continue to fight for custody of Rafe, but Rafe would have to leave with Silas until they could persuade a judge to let Rafe live with Sam.
Molly reached out to grab Rafe's hand and led him to the sofa. Moments later, Shawn arrived and quickly passed along T.J.'s message. Molly sensed the tension between Alexis and Shawn, so Molly decided to go for a walk with Rafe. After the teens left, Alexis wondered if Shawn had really stopped by to check up on Molly. Shawn admitted that he was there to see Alexis too. Alexis wondered if he intended to explain why he had lied, but she didn't wait for an answer because she knew that Shawn had been the one who had tried to shoot Franco.
At ELQ, Michael entered A.J.'s office after a workout in the company's gym. A.J. was distracted with the situation with Franco and Lauren, so he filled Michael in on Franco's desire to move into the mansion and Lauren's sudden appearance. A.J. conceded that he and Tracy despised the sight of Franco, but they each needed his support to secure control of ELQ. Michael was surprised that Lauren had shown up out of the blue, so A.J. explained that Lauren's mother had told Lauren about Lauren's share of the inheritance that Lauren was entitled to.
A.J. revealed that Lauren hadn't decided who to vote with, so A.J. suggested that Michael get to know his cousin because Lauren was the same age as Michael. A.J. hoped that Michael could influence Lauren to back A.J., which might sway Franco to follow his daughter's lead. Michael agreed to go to the mansion to talk to Lauren after a stop at home to shower and change. A.J. started to explain that Lauren didn't go by her first name, but a call from his broker interrupted him.
At the Quartermaine mansion, Alice opened the front door to Franco, but she refused to let him in. Franco introduced himself as Franco Quartermaine to let her know that he had a right to be there. Alice accused Franco of being an insane artist and serial killer. Franco denied that he was a killer, but Alice didn't believe him. Franco insisted that he was a Quartermaine, so the mansion was his family home. Alice refused to budge, prompting Franco to explain that he wanted to talk to Tracy.
Alice informed Franco that Tracy was out and then tried to slam the door in his face. Franco wedged himself between the door and doorframe as he struggled to push open the door. Alice reminded Franco that Dr. Monica Quartermaine owned the house, while the rest of the family simply lived there. Franco argued that everyone lived there because they were all Quartermaines, which meant that Franco had a right to be there. Alice insisted that everyone had ordered her not to let Franco in. Franco reminded Alice that his family paid her salary, so she, in effect, worked for him, but Alice was not swayed.
In the study, Kiki was on the phone with Morgan. Morgan was curious why she hadn't called him sooner, so Kiki reminded him that she had sent him text messages explaining that she couldn't talk because her family had been in the midst of a power struggle for control of the family company. Morgan had been under the impression that Kiki had intended to grab her money and run, but Kiki revealed that she had a better idea. She told him that her family had invited her to move in, so she wanted Morgan to join her because they would get their own suite and not have to pay a dime. Kiki raved about the mansion and all of its amenities until Morgan finally agreed to give it a try.
Kiki explained that her family was also courting her for her shares, so there wasn't a downside to living there. Seconds later, Franco walked in then opened his arms wide. "I think I spoke too soon," Kiki said. Morgan became concerned, so Kiki told him that she would send someone to pick him up and ended the call. Kiki demanded to know what Franco was doing there. "Come to Papa," Franco said with a big smile. Kiki refused, so Franco asked for a little sugar from his daughter. He was surprised when she agreed until she picked up a bowl of sugar and threw it at him.
Franco managed to dodge the bowl, which shattered when it hit the ground. Alarmed, Alice raced into the room. Alice was stunned when she saw the $1,200 sugar bowl on the floor. Franco was shocked that the bowl had cost that much, so he wondered if she had ever heard of comparison shopping. Alice explained that the item had been an antique and then turned her attention to Kiki to ask if Kiki was okay.
Alice offered to fetch someone for Kiki, so Kiki asked Alice to pick up Morgan. Kiki gave Alice the address, but Alice was reluctant to leave Kiki alone with Franco. Kiki assured Alice that it was fine, so Alice promised to return in a flash. After Alice left, Franco admitted that he was happy that Kiki had given him an opportunity to spend some time alone with her. Kiki made it clear that she wanted Franco to stay far away from her. Franco explained that he wanted a chance to get to know her, but Kiki pointed out that her mother had worked hard to keep Kiki away from him for a reason.
Franco reminded Kiki that he was the only father that she would have, but Kiki didn't care, so he told her about the attempt on his life the previous evening. Kiki wondered if he expected her to grieve for a father that she had never met, even though he was a monster. Franco conceded that he had done some terrible things, but not everything that she had heard was true. Kiki told him that she knew all about his "pretentious" artwork and the murders. Franco was hurt by her assessment of his art because many had called his art visionary.
Franco appeared to realize that he wasn't making any headway with Kiki, so he opened up about what had led him to do the horrible things that he had done. He explained that there had been a part of him that he hadn't been able to control, but it was in the past. Franco revealed that learning about his twin brother, Jason, had made him obsessed with wanting to hurt Jason by "seemingly" hurting those close to Jason. Kiki argued that there hadn't been anything "seemingly" about it; he had hurt Jason's loved ones.
Franco agreed that Kiki was right, but he explained that everything had changed when Jason had died because the evil side of Franco had had nothing left to feed on. According to Franco, that evil side had eventually withered and died, which had freed Franco, but instead of being grateful, Franco had felt empty because he had been forced to face everything that he had lost and sacrificed, like getting to know Kiki. Franco insisted that Kiki was beautiful, strong, and courageous, so he hoped that she would be strong enough to open her heart to him and take a chance to get to know him.
A.J. walked in as Kiki's eyes filled with tears. Concerned, A.J. asked if everything was okay. Kiki blurted out that she had to go and then ran out of the room. A.J. turned to Franco. "What was that all about?" A.J. asked. "That, my blundering brother, was about you ruining my reconciliation," Franco answered. Tracy strolled in, careful to step over the shattered glass on the floor, and asked if A.J. had been blundering again. She warned Franco that it was a habit of A.J.'s, but she had the perfect way for Franco to get back at A.J. Tracy suggested that Franco join forces with Tracy to oust A.J. from ELQ.
At the apartment, Morgan was gambling online when he received an alert that he had maxed out his credit card. Morgan refused to stop gambling, so he grabbed Michael's credit card and then keyed in the number. Moments later, Morgan resumed the card game. He was pleased when he won a hand, so he kept on betting until Michael arrived home. Morgan quickly slammed the laptop closed, prompting Michael to wonder what Morgan had been doing. Morgan nervously denied that he had been doing anything, prompting Michael to assume that Morgan had been on a porn site.
Morgan didn't correct his brother, so their conversation drifted to Morgan's decision to move. Michael was surprised when Morgan revealed that Morgan and Kiki would be moving in with Kiki's wealthy relatives. Michael insisted that it wasn't necessary for Morgan to leave, but Morgan thought that it was for the best. Michael suddenly recalled his near-kiss with Kiki, so he conceded that perhaps Morgan was right. Morgan was disappointed that Michael wasn't happier for Morgan, so Michael explained that he was worried about A.J.
Michael filled Morgan in on A.J.'s struggle to remain CEO of ELQ and Michael's efforts to help A.J. Morgan suggested that if Michael was handing out help then he should remember that Morgan was first in line. Michael wondered if Morgan was in trouble, so Morgan explained that he just wanted to know that he could count on Michael. Michael assured Morgan that he would always be there for his younger brother. Satisfied, Morgan resumed packing, so Michael decided to head to shower and change before meeting his long-lost cousin, Lauren.
Morgan could tell that Michael wasn't looking forward to it, so Michael told Morgan about A.J.'s plan for Michael to get to know Lauren in an effort to persuade her to back A.J. as the head of ELQ. Morgan reminded Michael that Franco was a psychopath, so Franco's daughter might be one too. Morgan was glad that he wasn't a Quartermaine, but he suggested that perhaps Lauren was hot. "She's my cousin," Michael reminded Morgan. "Well, that sucks for you, bro. Should have bagged a rich one like me," Morgan bragged.
Someone knocked on the door, so Morgan assumed that it was his ride to the mansion. Michael bid his brother farewell then went to shower. Morgan opened the door and was startled when he saw Alice. "Are you the boyfriend?" Alice asked. Morgan looked confused, so Alice revealed that Kiki had sent her to pick him up. Morgan went to grab his bag, but Alice beat him too it. Morgan warned her that the bag was heavy, but Alice lifted it with ease.
Morgan suddenly recalled where he had seen Alice; she was known in the wrestling world as the Dominator. Morgan was delighted to meet her because he had won $3000 betting on her. Alice reminded Morgan that it was illegal to gamble, but Morgan argued that it was fine as long as he wasn't caught. Morgan called out to Michael because Morgan wanted his brother to meet the Dominator, but Alice insisted that she had to get back to the mansion.
Shortly after Morgan and Alice left, Kiki burst through the door, looking for Morgan. Michael explained that Morgan had left, but Michael was concerned because it was clear that Kiki was upset. Kiki confessed that she didn't think that she could live with her wealthy family, so Michael asked why. She rambled about how she had been raised to believe one thing, only to be told that it had all been a lie, so she didn't know what to believe anymore. "What are you talking about?" Michael gently asked. "My father," Kiki cried as Michael wrapped his arms around her to comfort her.
Meanwhile, Morgan was stunned when he realized that he was at the Quartermaine mansion.