Anna plopped herself down at Valentin's table at Metro Court. He asked her to leave because he was waiting for someone, but she glared at him and mentioned that she'd been in Belgium to retrieve information on the birth of her child. She demanded to know why Valentin had lied to her and told her she'd given birth to a daughter. She had had a son and had seen the recorded information with her assumed name and the baby's vital statistics. Valentin stated that that couldn't be right, and he hesitated. He knew what he'd thought he'd seen, and that had been a baby wrapped in a pink blanket.
Anna couldn't understand how he could have made such a mistake. Valentin thought that maybe the pink had been used intentionally because of the illegal adoption and the desire to keep things secret. He asked her if she'd learned anything else, but Anna got up and stormed off.
Ava, Kiki, and Avery bonded in Ava's penthouse after the little girl had spent some time there. Ava was hopeful that maybe it would lead to a new and permanent arrangement. Kiki needed to leave to study, and Ava explained that she would keep her baby daughter for an extra night due to their long day and the craziness after the earthquake. She thought that Sonny would understand. Kiki couldn't believe it, and the two women began to argue.
Kiki thought that Ava was pushing Sonny, and it would destroy any progress that she'd made. Ava believed that things could change, and they already had. Kiki advised her mother that she needed to be more honest with herself and Griffin. Ava wrinkled her nose.
Sonny and Carly were at home. Carly revealed that she had been upstairs with Mike, who had asked several times whether Morgan would need his room. Sonny didn't want his father's condition to disrupt their lives, but Carly replied that they needed to look after Mike for Mike's sake -- and also, Avery who would see how their family stuck together. She agreed that the entire scenario was difficult.
Carly wondered if Mike had a will, and she was sure there were financial decisions to be made. Mike had already been having more memory issues. Sonny didn't want to discuss it but promised that they could talk about it the next day. He had to leave to pick up Avery, and Carly promised him that they would face the issues together.
Peter met with Griffin at the hospital and explained that he'd been told to see him to discuss some genetic testing. Griffin questioned Peter, who revealed that he hadn't learned about the disease until after his father's recent death. He told Griffin it was Huntington's disease. Griffin explained that they would only be able to treat the symptoms if Peter had the disease, and Peter admitted that he had been symptom-free so far. Peter definitely wanted to know if he had it. Griffin stated that he'd need Peter's medical history along with that of Peter's mother.
Peter informed Griffin that he hadn't known his mother, who had abandoned him after his birth. He'd heard she'd been a "working girl." Griffin agreed that he didn't need her history, and that Peter would still have a 50 percent chance of inheriting the disease from his father. Griffin began to say that he was a top executive, and Griffin cut him off to assure him that the information would be confidential.
Out in the hallway, Jason and Sam talked. Elizabeth saw them together and hid around the corner, eavesdropping. Sam admitted that she hadn't told Drew that she loved Jason, but Jason assured her that she didn't have to do anything. Sam disagreed. She had been lying to her husband, but she was confused. She didn't want to hurt anyone.
Jason urged Sam to trust herself and do what was right, which included doing nothing at all. He advised her to take care of herself and the kids and to call him if she needed anything. He left, and Elizabeth scurried away. Sam spotted her and called out to her.
Elizabeth jumped and said that she had been startled. Sam apologized, and Elizabeth thanked her for helping to save Franco. Sam retorted that she should have left him, and Elizabeth was shocked. Sam explained that Jim Harvey had told Drew the truth about Franco, who had tried to kill Drew when they'd been children. Franco had resented Drew and had pushed him down the stairs. Drew had been left at an orphanage for his own protection. Elizabeth was certain that Franco would have told her if it were true.
Sam added that Franco had gone to see Harvey to tell him to keep his mouth shut instead of going to his own wedding. Elizabeth snapped that Sam had no room to talk about honesty. Sam admitted she'd both lied and kept her "fair share" of secrets but both she and Elizabeth had done that. Elizabeth pointed out that Franco had had a brain tumor, but Sam quickly dismissed that he'd had it when he'd been four years old. Elizabeth insisted that Franco had changed. In Sam's opinion, no one had lied to Elizabeth more than Elizabeth had lied to herself. Elizabeth was disgusted and walked away angrily.
Drew found Franco in his office and demanded that he stop hiding things. Drew revealed that he'd heard from Harvey, who had made it clear that Franco had pushed Drew down the stairs. He wanted to know what else Franco had been hiding. Drew picked up a sharp knife-like artist's tool and began to play with it. Franco replied that Harvey was a liar, and he had been trying to piece things together. He wasn't sure that he had pushed Drew at all, but he recalled that Harvey had been there.
Franco remembered that he had been standing with Drew at the top of the stairs, and Drew had been holding his toy dragon. Franco had wanted Drew to go down the stairs, Drew had refused, and the next thing he remembered, Drew had been lying at the bottom of the stairs. It hadn't happened the way that Harvey had said it had. "I believe you," Drew said. He clarified that while he believed Franco, he didn't trust him. However, he trusted Harvey even less. Franco thought that Drew was being "rational."
Franco added that, originally, Harvey had told him that Drew had died, and his mother had told Franco only after he had confronted her. Drew concluded that Harvey had been in contact with Betsy. Franco declared that he had been trying to figure it out but couldn't find his mother. The guys felt that Harvey had paid Betsy to disappear because he had the money. "We can use him to find her," Drew decided. "Did you say we?" Franco asked incredulously.
Drew confessed that he didn't want to work with Franco, but he had no choice. Franco joked that he'd be more fun than Jason. Drew stated that they had a lot to lose, and he knew that Franco wanted to protect his self-interests, so yes, they would work together. Franco was worried that Harvey might have been telling the truth about him. Drew replied that that would mean Franco was a liar and a psychopath, and if that were the case, Drew would make sure that Franco never saw Elizabeth or his family again. "So, do we have a deal?" Drew asked.
Franco extended his hand to Drew to shake on it, but Drew ignored him. Franco said that they had a deal, but he would never hurt Elizabeth and the kids. Harvey was a liar, and they needed a plan. Drew informed Franco that he was working on something and would be in touch. Franco thought he'd sit around and wait to hear from Drew.
Franco turned away. As he finished talking, he turned back around and looked up. Elizabeth was standing there instead of Drew. She announced that Sam had told her all about Franco's secret. She was angry because Franco had gone to see Harvey instead of showing up at their wedding.
Kiki found Dr. Bensch in his office and told him about a library book she'd wanted that he had taken from the library. He told her to grab it off the shelf, but she was distracted by another book instead. She couldn't believe it was a first edition Grey's Anatomy. Bensch admitted it was American, so not as old as she thought. He explained that he collected old books. Kiki grabbed her book, and the doctor asked about one of her classes. He offered to help her study.
Later, Dr. Bensch quizzed Kiki on the work, but she got agitated over her lack of knowledge. The doctor told her to remain calm because she was in her own head. He suggested they go out for some food and even drinks. "You want to get drinks?" Kiki asked him. "And food," the doctor replied. He suggested Charlie's Pub, where they could split a bottle of wine.
Kiki hesitated and told Dr. Bensch that she didn't have the time. She would listen to a podcast in her car to clear her head. Bensch inscribed the first edition and gave it to Kiki to keep. She didn't know what to say. "Thank you," Bensch urged. She thanked him and left.
Sam waited for an elevator and thought back to her conversation with Jason when they had declared their love for each other. She stepped onto the elevator when it arrived.
Anna saw Griffin at Metro Court. He told her how busy he'd been since the earthquake. Anna explained that she'd been in Brussels with Andre to find out about Faison's son. Griffin thought she was over Faison, and Anna insisted that she wasn't obsessed. She wanted to know if Henrik had been a friend or a pawn. Griffin thought she was hiding something, and Anna revealed that Faison's son might have a genetic disorder. It was also possible that Maxie's child could have it. Britt had tested negative.
Griffin couldn't believe that Anna would be trying to find Henrik to tell him about the possible disorder, but she thought Henrik had a right to know. Griffin asked about the disease, and Anna told him that it was Huntington's disease.
Nearby, Peter met with Valentin and announced that he'd had the genetic test. Valentin thought it had been the right thing to do. Peter advised him that it was important to have his medical history, and he wondered if his mother had ever thought about him. Peter decided that perhaps she didn't, because she'd turned him over to his father and disappeared. That had been after his father had paid her to sleep with him. Maybe she'd thought she'd get paid for having him, Peter continued.
Valentin suggested that Peter leave it all in the past and end the story as he saw fit. Peter declared that his story might be over sooner than expected. Valentin assured him they'd work through it, and he would have Peter's back as he always had.
Jason arrived to visit with Carly, and he could see that she'd been crying. She told him about the situation with Mike and the fact that he'd forgotten that Morgan was dead. She said that Sonny was angry, and Jason explained that it was easier than being sad. Carly added that it was killing Sonny that Mike would lose all of his memories, but Jason was sure that Carly could get Sonny through it. He hugged her. Carly announced that she needed a distraction, and she asked him what had happened during the earthquake.
Carly revealed that she had been stuck in the gallery with Nelle, who had stolen a dress for Josslyn, and she'd wanted to tell Nelle off. Jason noted that Nelle had mentioned that Carly had helped her. Carly admitted that she had only calmed Nelle down and given her a bottle of water, but Carly still hated her. Jason disclosed that he'd saved Franco, but it didn't mean that Jason "hated him any less." Jason told Carly all about what had happened at the trailer. Franco would have been dead if he'd left him like he'd wanted to. He admitted that Sam had talked him out of it.
Carly was excited to hear as Jason explained that they'd barely gotten out of the trailer alive. "Did she say it?" Carly wanted to know. "Say what?" Jason asked. He finally admitted that Sam had expressed her love, and he'd done so, too. Carly was ecstatic. "You were right, Carly," Jason said. It didn't mean that he and Sam would be together, though. Carly thought that they could figure it out later.
Sonny arrived at Ava's to pick up Avery, and Ava told him that the little girl was asleep. Sonny reminded her that he was there at the agreed-upon time. Ava begged him to allow the girl to remain behind for another night. They'd had a long day. She would take the little girl home in the morning. Sonny accused her of putting their daughter to bed early on purpose, and they began to argue. Sonny accused her of exploiting his father's illness.
Ava asked about Mike, and Sonny laughed. He didn't want to discuss his father with her. Ava reminded him that she was familiar with Mike's condition, and Mike was her daughter's grandfather. Sonny relented and told her that Mike would be staying in Port Charles to spend more time with Avery than Ava would and to receive treatment. Sonny stated that his son was dead because of Ava, and he would never forget it. He went into the bedroom to get Avery and emerged carrying the half-asleep little girl.
Sonny advised his daughter that "Mama Carly" missed her. Ava snapped that she would be sending Sonny a bill for the lock he'd broken on the art gallery door when he'd saved Nelle and Carly. "Daddy can fix anything, right, baby?" he asked the little girl. She sleepily nodded her head. "Do what you got to do," he said to Ava as he left.
• Brad questions why the paternity test is so important to Griffin
• Sam and Elizabeth show up at Jim's door
• Olivia tells Ned that Jim Harvey needs to be held accountable
• Jason wants to know the real reason that Anna is so invested in finding Henrik
• Maxie asks Peter about something he's working on