At the Newman ranch, Victor comforted Ashley after she awoke crying. Ashley said that she had seen a vision of Sabrina, who tried to take Ashley's baby. As Ashley sobbed on Victor's shoulder, he remembered Jack's indignant appeals to have his sister committed to a psychiatric facility for treatment. Adam stepped in. Ashley complained that she repeatedly experienced nightmares about Sabrina. Ashley cried that Sabrina had threatened to take Victor and the baby away. Adam feigned concern for Ashley. Adam told Ashley that her mind had been working overtime expressing her pent-up fears and insecurities.
Adam offered to phone Dr. Taylor. After refusing Adam's offer to summon a doctor, Victor abruptly rose from his seat and ushered Adam out of the room. After Adam left, Ashley sipped water and asked Victor why Sabrina wouldn't leave her alone. Victor calmly insisted that Sabrina was dead. Victor suggested that perhaps Mary Jane and Estella had wished Ashley to believe that Sabrina was alive. Ashley became unhinged and yelled that Sabrina was indeed in her room-not Estella and not Mary Jane. Ashley cried that Sabrina hated her and her baby, and wouldn't let her go until Sabrina had Victor back.
In desperation, Victor took Ashley by the arm and escorted her downstairs. Adam sneaked in. Ashley asked Adam to escort her back to her room. Victor repeatedly ordered Adam to retreat to his room, and Adam relented and walked upstairs. Victor took a file folder from a drawer and gave it to Ashley. Victor said that he should have shown the articles about Sabrina's accident and death to Ashley long before. Ashley kept her arms folded rebelliously and refused to touch the clippings. Adam remained on the upper landing and listened. Ashley worried that Sabrina had faked her death. Victor explained that he had been with Sabrina in the hospital, had held her when she died, and had watched as Sabrina's casket was placed into the ground.
Adam turned and scurried away as Victor calmly explained to Ashley that Sabrina was no longer a threat. Ashley seemed calmed by Victor's overture and apologized because Victor had to revisit his painful past. Ashley embraced Victor and lucidly pronounced that Sabrina was dead. Ashley asked Victor to spend the night with her. Victor seemed encouraged by Ashley's improved demeanor. The phone rang, and Victor answered. Victor sent Ashley to her room, so he could handle a business matter. Ashley ascended the stairs. Victor turned on a television near the bar and viewed a news report about attempted murderer Mary Jane Benson, who had disappeared from St. Jude's Church.
Victor poured himself a drink and looked as if his world was about to fall apart at the seams. Victor glanced at his watch and wondered why he hadn't heard from Jeffrey. Victor overheard a reporter interview Jack. The reporter mentioned that Victor had offered one million dollars to anyone with information leading Mary Jane Benson's capture. Jack insisted that he had a personal stake in Ms. Benson's safe return, and offered two million dollars as a reward.
After Ashley returned to her room, Adam swooped in and claimed that he wanted to check on his friend. Ashley pointedly asked Adam why he wanted her to think that Sabrina was alive. Adam feigned ignorance. Adam stuttered for a response, but Ashley showed him the door. Adam stood in the doorway and tried to claim that everything was a mistake, but Ashley slammed the door shut in his face.
At the tack house, while Phyllis packed luggage for her and Summer's trip to Switzerland, Summer appeared. Phyllis phoned Nick to ask about Summer's passport. As Phyllis left a message for Nick, Summer exclaimed, "Love Daddy." Phyllis was thrilled by Summer's effort, and she hugged her usually mute daughter. While Phyllis attended to packing, Summer exclaimed, "Plane." Summer showed her mother a drawing she'd made with crayons. Phyllis glanced at the drawing of blue, red, and green scribbled lines. Without betraying her true reaction, Phyllis commended Summer's efforts before escorting her child to back to bed.
Jack stopped by to warn Phyllis about Mary Jane. Jack explained that Mary Jane mentioned that she had kept Sharon and Phyllis away from him, so that wa s why Mary Jane had kissed Summer. Phyllis recalled the day she confiscated a package of peanut-laced cookies from Summer. After remembering how Mary Jane had kissed Summer on the mouth, Phyllis became livid and accused Mary Jane of giving Summer the kiss of death.
Jack explained to Phyllis that Mary Jane's real name was Patty Williams, and that she was Paul's sister. Phyllis was thunderstruck and recalled that Patty had been Jack's wife, who shot and injured Jack long before . Phyllis berated Jack and blamed him for having twice mistreated Patty, who later took revenge by hurting Summer. Phyllis cried that because of Jack's past actions, Summer had to relearn how to speak and count. Phyllis held Summer's scribbled drawing up and explained that it was Summer's feeble attempt to draw an airplane.
Jack humbly apologized to Phyllis and agreed that his past callous behavior was to blame for Mary Jane's acts of revenge. Jack said that he and Paul believed that Victor had footed the bill for Patty's reconstructive surgery and had used his power and influence to create a new identity for Patty as Mary Jane Benson. Jack explained that Victor's sole motive was to get back at Jack. Phyllis's head was reeling as she tried to digest the concept that Jack's rivalry with Victor might have stolen away a vital part of Summer's life. Jack vowed to use every dime he had to find Patty. Phyllis demanded that Jack leave before Nick returned from a meeting with Sharon.
At the psychiatric facility, Nick startled Sharon when he stepped in just after Sharon's mother, Doris, left. Nick said that he'd just overheard Doris mention that he was the father of Sharon's baby. Nick asked, "Is it true? Is that baby mine? Am I the father?" Sharon flatly denied that he was. Nick recalled the day Sharon received the DNA test results, and how they had been planning their future together. Nick asked Sharon if she had lied to him because she truly wanted to be with Jack. Sharon confessed that she had lied to Jack, and that she was carrying Nick's baby. Sharon added that Jack knew the truth. Nick demanded to know why Sharon had not been truthful about the baby's paternity. Sharon insisted that she had done what she thought was best for everyone.
Nick said that he and Sharon needed to make plans, because he could not walk away after learning that she was pregnant with the infant girl Cassie had promised would come. Nick claimed that he knew that Sharon's baby was his all along. Nick explained that his decisions, based on a lie, had affected everyone. Nick asked, "Do you know how hard it was for me to regain Phyllis' trust?" Nick insisted that he wouldn't lie to Phyllis, and would tell her the truth before she and Summer left for Switzerland. Sharon proclaimed that the baby's paternity was no longer a secret, so Nick could share the news with whomever he wished.
Just as Nick was about to leave Sharon's room, an alarm sounded. Nick learned that the facility would be locked down, and that no one would be allowed to leave. An orderly announced that a patient had attempted an escape, therefore all patients and guests would be confined until the escapee was caught. As the orderly locked Nick inside Sharon's room, the man added that the search might take all night.
After Nick was locked inside Sharon's room at the facility, he immediately phoned Phyllis, but cell phone reception was poor. Nick explained to Phyllis that he couldn't leave the facility, and that he wanted to tell her something important. Phyllis could no longer hear Nick, so she said, "I hope you can hear me. Summer and I will be at your dad's tomorrow. Meet us there or at the airport." After the call, dropped, Nick told Sharon that he wasn't sure if Phyllis heard what he'd said. The power failed, and the room became dark. Sharon seemed stunned by the sudden turn of events.
At the chapel, Paul was reeling after realizing that Patty had run away. Paul asked Jack why authorities had breached sanctuary. Jack said that Patty must have been delusional. Detectives Chance Chancellor and Owen arrived and reported that police had not located Patty anywhere near the church. Det. Owen glared accusingly at Paul, and claimed that Patty must have had assistance in order to elude the guarded barricades. Paul and Jack stood dumbfounded.
With a bandage tied around his injured hand, Paul pointed at the police detective and admonished the police for bursting into the church after cutting off the power. Chance explained that his men hadn't cut the power off, but that he had wondered if Paul or Jack had done so. Paul insisted that his sister was mentally unstable, so he wouldn't have done anything to aid her escape.
Chance explained that he couldn't risk having anyone injured, knowing that Patty had once shot Jack. A guard stepped in and announced that no one had left area except two nuns. Paul said that the small parish had only one priest, but no nuns. After theorizing that Patty and an accomplice had escaped dressed as nuns, Chance issued an APB for Patty Williams. Paul yelled that his sister was mentally ill. Chance claimed that he couldn't take a risk, and continued issuing the official search request for Patty. Paul rushed at Chance and wrestled the radio from Chance's hand. Two guards grabbed Paul and placed handcuffs around his wrists as Chance read Paul his rights.
Paul, handcuffed, sat forlornly in a pew and worried about his hapless sister, Patty. Jack worried about Phyllis' safety, knowing that Patty was obsessed with him, but Paul suggested that Victor might also be a target. Jack asked Paul to explain why Victor might be Patty's target. Paul recalled the note J.T. had found in his pocket that implicated Victor. Paul theorized that someone with a lot of money and connections had physically transformed Patty and created a new identity for her.
After Paul told Jack everything he'd learned about Patty, Jack seemed convinced that Victor had schemed to get back at him. Jack insisted that the collateral damage from Victor's revenge was too much to bear. Paul remained livid after his arrest, and worried that someone might harm Patty. Outside the church, Det. Owen chastised Chance for arresting Paul. Chance claimed that Paul wasn't allowed special privileges just because his daughter was the assistant district attorney. Det. Owen warned Chance that his worst offense was violating the sanctity of the church.
In a wooded area near the chapel, Gloria helped Patty climb into a white panel van. Both women wore a nun's traditional habit. Patty held fast to a lidded basket, which housed the mewing kitten she'd found in the church. After Gloria and Patty seated themselves, Jeffrey hit the gas, and the van sped away. Gloria removed her black-and-white regalia and demanded that Jeffrey turn up the air conditioner. Patty recognized Gloria and Jeffrey from having encountered them at Crimson Lights. Gloria claimed that she and Jeffrey were guardian angels.
Patty demanded to know why Gloria and Jeffrey had helped her. Gloria explained that she and Jeffrey had rescued Patty from an evil Victor, who controlled the police. Patty insisted that Jack would never betray her. Gloria quickly agreed. Gloria covertly communicated with Jeffrey as she placated Patty. Gloria cooed, "Jack would never betray you. I saw the way Jack looked at you when you wore the altar cloth as a veil. You made a beautiful bride." Jeffrey quickly caught on and agreed with Gloria. Patty clutched her kitten and rubbed its face against hers. Patty claimed that "Kitty Kitty" was a gift from God.
Jeffrey motioned for Gloria to lean forward. Jeffrey quietly asked Gloria why she called Mary Jane "Patty." Gloria whispered that the woman was Patty Williams, Paul Williams' sister. Gloria took a seat beside Jeffrey and left Patty in the back with her mewing kitten. As Gloria applied crimson lipstick to her lips, Patty requested that Jeffrey drive her to the nearest bus stop. Jeffrey warned that a manhunt was underway. Gloria quickly added that Jack would want them to keep her safe from Victor's grasp, so they would hide her from authorities.
Jeffrey was unsure where they were headed, so he asked Gloria for directions. Gloria suggested a left turn, but she and Jeffrey argued about which way to go. Patty panicked. Patty demanded that Jeffrey stop at the nearest store to get milk for her kitty. Jeffrey turned off the main road after he heard the wail of police sirens. Patty went ballistic and demanded that Jeffrey immediately get milk for her hungry kitten. Gloria and Jeffrey argued, and Patty attempted to wrest the steering wheel from Jeffrey. Gloria de fused the situation somewhat, and Patty took a seat in the back of the van.
Gloria assured Patty that they'd come up with a plan to get milk for the kitty, but Gloria gazed worriedly at Jeffrey. Gloria remembered that she had a pack of tuna in her purse, so Patty happily fed bits of tuna to her kitten. Gloria turned on the van's radio and heard Jack offer two million dollars in reward money for Mary Jane Benson's safe return. Mary Jane gloated that Jack truly loved her. Jeffrey was delighted and wondered if Jack and Victor would wage a bidding war over Mary Jane. After Jeffrey realized that they were lost, he decided to pull over and hide until dawn. Patty made Jeffrey promise that the police would not find them.