Franco was startled to see a small blond boy standing next to his bed. He asked the child what he wanted. "You know what, you killed me," the boy said. Franco woke up and realized he had been dreaming. Elizabeth reassured him though Franco explained that the dream had been quite vivid and real. Elizabeth wasn't surprised. She pointed out that people always agonized over a child's death, and Franco had only found out about Drew very recently. She thought that he should tell Jason, though Franco insisted that Jason would think that Franco might be hiding something.
Klein's thugs tracked Patient 6 to the Bus Terminal and cornered him but the mystery patient overpowered the men quickly. He ordered one of the thugs to call Klein to advise him that they were heading back to Russia with Patient 6. The man did as he was told, and Patient 6 knocked him cold. He dragged both men to a nearby dumpster, emptied their wallets of money, and took their guns.
Michael visited Nelle at the Crimson office. She remarked that he had seemed distant, and she wondered if she'd been cleared after Curtis' investigation of her. Michael admitted that he had something to talk about. "What did Curtis find?" Nelle asked. Michael asked if she recalled saying something to the police about not being a strong swimmer as the reason for not being able to save Zachary. Before Nelle could give a definitive answer, Michael showed her the article online that had been written about Nelle's gold medal in swimming. He asked why Nelle had lied to the police.
Nelle was annoyed and noted that Curtis' job had been to clear her. She emphatically told Michael that swimming in a pool was far different from the situation she'd been in with Zachary. She had been terrified of her fiancé's family. "I was trying to protect myself," Nelle concluded. Michael wondered if there were any other lies that he should know about.
Nelle felt attacked but she agreed that it was probably just a reflex. She blamed her father but also herself. Michael reminded her that it was quite easy for people to find anything online, and she would get caught if there were other lies out there. "Something has to change," he told her.
Nelle called herself pathetic for always making the same mistakes. Michael said that he understood why she had always been defensive, and he told her that she was flawed just like everyone else. He insisted that he wasn't perfect either, after Nelle stated that he was. He compared her to Morgan and his habit of doing the same thing all of the time. He explained that he had only wanted Curtis to make things better. They had gotten worse instead, so Michael would take Curtis off the case.
Curtis and Jordan were enjoying a meal at Kelly's and flirting with each other until Aunt Stella walked in. "Great," Jordan declared. Stella bumped into a woman she'd met and worked with at the hospital, and the woman knew Jordan also. Both Jordan and Stella had helped Trish with her father who had suffered from dementia. Trish called the women her angels and thanked them profusely for their help.
After Trish left, Stella pointed out that Jordan's name hadn't been on the police report, and Curtis realized that Jordan had not wanted any credit, preferring to allow her underling to be recognized. Stella left without saying goodbye to Jordan. Curtis suggested that Stella and Jordan were not so far apart as they thought since they'd both helped the same man. Curtis wanted Jordan to admit that she and Stella had something in common. Jordan reminded him that Stella hated her but Curtis insisted that Stella was a good woman who knew how to hold grudges. He thought that eventually she'd understand his relationship with Jordan.
Nelle was appreciative of Michael's attitude and concern. Michael advised her that he wanted to move forward. Nelle left to splash her face in the ladies' room, and Michael placed a call to Curtis to tell him to drop the investigation. Curtis tried to argue but Michael wouldn't hear of it. He just wanted it ended. Nelle stood close by but unseen and eavesdropped on the phone call.
Jason and Sam arrived home from New York City. Sam felt a need to take the time to allow everything that had happened to sink in. She also wanted to call Carly and Sonny to tell them the news. Upon questioning, Jason admitted that he had originally looked at the business because it had meant that Julian would have to sell it but he thought it would be great.
Jason had a lot to learn but he knew he would be able to do it. He continued that the best part would be working with Sam and having a legitimate business. Sam advised Jason that if he ever felt trapped she wanted him to walk away. She wanted him to love his life. Sam wondered when they would check on Franco because she knew he'd been hiding something. Jason figured that if Elizabeth knew then it couldn't be that bad but he would get to the bottom of it.
Carly was at Sonny's and they shared some kisses. Brick arrived and after his usual flirting with Carly, she headed upstairs. Brick announced that Sonny had been under surveillance. He had found that Sonny's phones had been tapped, and he assumed it had been the Feds though someone might have been able to copy it. The equipment was very sophisticated. He thought it might be someone trying to find out who had been contacting Sonny.
Carly returned, Brick left, and Sonny told Carly about the conversation. He thought that there was nothing to worry about, and he didn't think that the family had to flee Port Charles. He wouldn't be able to conduct his business on the phone.
Elizabeth and Franco arrived at General Hospital for work. Stella walked by and she and Elizabeth made small talk about a patient, and Elizabeth introduced her to Franco. Stella mentioned how happy Elizabeth seemed. There was obviously more than a working relationship between Franco and Elizabeth, she teased. Elizabeth had to leave and after hearing that Stella was a social worker, Franco asked how one might be able to find a death certificate.
Stella explained that death certificates were a matter of public record and anyone could obtain one. Franco mentioned how the police, especially in Port Charles didn't like him. He admitted to being aquainted with Jordan. Stella noted that no one was perfect, "least of all Jordan." She got on the elevator, and Franco rushed over to the computer at the nurses' station.
Franco did a search for a death certificate on the vital records site. He was unable to find anything under the name Andrew Frank. Stella bumped into Elizabeth and mentioned that while Franco was strange, she could see that he was "head over heels" when it pertained to Elizabeth.
Patient 6 was in Port Charles and sneaked into Sonny's darkened house. He looked around and picked up various framed photographs. Suddenly he overheard a couple of guards talking about the house being on lockdown and checking around the property again. Patient 6 quickly departed through the same doors from which he entered.
Sonny and Carly met up with Jason and Sam at the Metro Court restaurant. Jason ordered champagne. "You two are looking at the new owners of Derek Wells Media," Jason announced. "Soon to have a new name," he added. Carly and Sonny were shocked and plied the other couple with questions. Carly thought it was different but she congratulated them. The couples chatted but Sam recalled that she had forgotten to sign a permission slip for Danny. She needed to get home quickly but she would return.
Patient 6 knocked on Sam's front door. After getting no answer, he broke in. He shouted Sam's name several times. "Is anybody home?" he called. He picked up a leather jacket and had a flashback to putting the jacket on Sam and saying goodbye. He looked around and saw some toys, including a black motorcycle. He was overwhelmed and ran out onto the balcony. Just then, Sam walked in. Patient 6 watched her through the balcony window.
• Griffin reaches a decision.
• Scott asks if Ava's had company.
• Franco is afraid he'll screw things up.
• Patient 6 continues to watch Sam.