The receptionist at the Crichton-Clark Facility in Scarsdale, NY, refused to let Silas see his comatose wife, Nina, because of standing orders from Nina's family. Sam, who had entered the building surreptitiously, triggered an alarm and diverted the receptionist long enough for Silas to locate Nina's room number.
Silas met Sam in the hall. They reached the elevator, but were foiled when they did not have the key card required to operate it. Before Sam and Silas could make another plan, two armed security guards, whom Sam and Silas quickly rendered unconscious, confronted them. Sam snagged key cards from the guards, and then Silas hid the bodies. Sam sent Silas to find Nina while she found a way to occupy the receptionist. After a quick good luck call from Sam, Silas opened Nina's door and entered Nina's room.
In his office, Sonny assured Dante that he had not been the one to try to kill A.J., but he said that he would thank anyone who did. Dante did not like that response but did believe Sonny when Sonny proclaimed his innocence and declared that he would not break a promise to Michael. As Dante left to check in at work, Sonny assured Dante once more that he had not tried to harm A.J.
Michael appeared soon after Dante left. He asked Sonny the same questions as Dante had and received the same answers. Michael said that he was looking for A.J. but Sonny had no news. Michael assured Sonny that he knew that Sonny would not lie to him. Michael also told Sonny that Michael would always be loyal to Sonny and think of him as his father, but A.J. was his father, also, and A.J. needed Michael.
Sonny worried that Michael would end up hurt by A.J like Jason and Connie. Michael told Sonny that A.J. was remembering, and there was a chance that someone else had killed Connie. Sonny was skeptical. He told Michael that Ava had told Sonny that A.J. had no remorse. Michael said that A.J. felt very guilty. Sonny thought that A.J. was acting.
Michael did not trust Ava. Before Michael left, Sonny and Michael hugged, and Sonny once more promised not to hurt A.J. Sean returned with the information that while watching Ava's penthouse for Ric to show, he had seen A.J. enter the building.
At General Hospital, a patient's wife thanked Dr. Obrecht because GH had done a controversial procedure that had saved her husband from lung cancer, despite the fact that their health care provider had declined to pay. Dr. Obrecht defended the right of every patient to have the best care possible and then berated the woman because her husband had smoked and gotten the cancer in the first place.
After the stunned woman walked away, Victor approached Dr. Obrecht. He told Dr. Obrecht that he was leaving town. Victor showed Dr. Obrecht the WSB file on Faison and offered to give it to her if she would become his companion. Dr. Obrecht declined, so Victor settled for a torrid kiss before giving a thick file to Dr. Obrecht.
Anna was in her office at the Port Charles Police Station, tearfully remembering how Robin had broken the news that Robin was going away, when Duke interrupted and asked what was wrong. She told him that Robin was leaving, and she sensed that there was more to the story than Robin was telling her. Duke asked if Anna would pursue it, but Anna said that she had put Robin in the same position many times before, and she had to support Robin's decision to leave, even if it broke Anna's heart.
As Duke held Anna, Dante knocked on the door. Duke excused himself to get coffee while Dante reported that he had followed up on A.J.'s assertion that Sonny had sent the shooter after A.J. Dante said that he had gone to see Sonny and he had believed Sonny when Sonny had claimed no involvement in the shooting. Anna was not so sure.
Later after Dante left, Duke returned with the coffee. Anna bitterly decried that Duke's new boss, Sonny, might have ordered a hit on A.J., which put Duke at odds with Anna. Duke was incredulous. Not only did he not know anything about a hit on A.J., but he would never have sanctioned it because Duke not only liked A.J., but Duke's sole interest was protecting Duke's loved ones from Julian.
Anna said that she wished that she could believe him, but that was the problem when one of them was in law enforcement while the other worked for the mob and their worlds collided. Duke said that he was sorry and had not meant to put her in that position. Anna spat back that he had.
Anna was still wiping her eyes when Dr. Obrecht knocked and entered Anna's office. Dr. Obrecht told Anna that she knew what Anna had done to Faison.
Robin unlocked the door to her home, which was cheerfully decorated for a going away party. Emma and Patrick yelled, "Surprise." The family exchanged presents, loving words, photos, and goodbyes. Emma went to bed happy. Robin and Patrick spent their last few minutes together holding each other and expressing their love. Both had shed tears when Victor knocked on the door and told Robin that it was time to leave.
A drunken A.J remembered that Connie had been alive when A.J. had seen Ava at the elevator after leaving Connie's office. He went directly to Ava's penthouse to accuse her of killing Connie. Ava denied it, but A.J. persisted. Ava asked A.J. to explain how his fingerprints could be on the gun but not hers.
A rapidly sobering A.J. recalled that Michael had told A.J. that A.J. had been passed out on the couch and alone with Ava while Michael went to get coffee. A.J. explained how easily Ava could have framed him and how each of Ava's actions, including erasing the security footage, might look very suspicious to the D.A. As A.J. tried to leave, Ava pulled out a gun and stopped him.