General Hospital blog - July, 2018

July 2nd, 2018

Michael gives Nelle a ring, then summons his family and announces their engagement. Reactions range from politely accepting (Olivia) to insistent that the marriage will never take place (Bobbie). Jason and Sonny, who has just learned about the recovered message on the flyer, go the old "you're an adult and I can't stop you" route. Nelle secretly visits Carly to rub the engagement in her face. Carly's mystery neighbor transmits a new message reporting that he's being held against his will. Carly responds that she can't help him and he needs to shut up. Kevin reiterates that the neighbor is dangerous and she needs to ignore him. He complains about Carly's insanity defense and hopes they can work through her grief while she's at Ferncliff. An imitation-brand Boy Scout finds Peter but doesn't grasp that he's been kidnapped and needs rescuing. He does accidentally leave his bugle behind, but Obrecht and Nina don't notice. Nina once again chooses not to do the right thing, and Obrecht continues her weird torture of Peter. Maxie figures out that Sam and Curtis are looking for Peter, but she doesn't think she knows anything from their conversations that might help them find him. Curtis has gotten security footage showing a disguised/hidden Obrecht taking Peter out of the hotel in a shopping cart, so the PIs think they're on the right path with their suspicions that someone kidnapped him. Chase comes clean to Jordan about his connection to Nelle, but she doesn't punish him for his secrecy. In fact, she's supportive of his plan to play on Nelle's belief that he still has feelings for her.

Just the reaction you want when you announce your engagement: stunned silence.

"Sam borrowed the flyer from evidence." Ha! Yeah, Jason. "Borrowed."

Kevin, exactly what kind of danger does the mystery neighbor pose to Carly when they're both locked up? This plot better have a really satisfying outcome.

Sam was so smart last week; how has she not put everything together? I can't believe she didn't at least follow Obrecht and Nina.

July 3rd, 2018

Carly pretends she's benefiting from her time at Ferncliff and wants to put things right with Nelle. She manages to keep up the act even when Nelle lies that she bought Josslyn lingerie in anticipation of sex with Oscar, and when Nelle announces her engagement. After Sonny chases Nelle away, Carly goes off, worried that Nelle will kill Michael just for the heck of it. Sonny promises that he'll keep an eye on things. Michael won't budge on his decision to marry Nelle, insisting that this is the best way for him to protect both Carly and the baby. Franco's a little thrown when he learns that Terry is now a woman, but he and Elizabeth are completely accepting and sympathetic that Terry's family rejected her. Franco can relate to being rejected, so he and Terry already have a connection. Elizabeth's slightly hurt that Terry suspected she might not be accepting, but really, who can blame Terry for having that fear? Lucas and Brad ask Sam to be their baby's godmother and help them establish some family traditions. Julian overhears them chatting and has to insert himself in the conversation. Sam advises the guys to keep Julian away from their kid. Kim tells Julian to stay out of the adoption (odds he'll listen: 300 to 1), then wonders if he resents that she kept Oscar from Drew, since he's still mad that his kids' mothers kept them from him. Julian assures her that her situation was different, so he's okay with it. Cameron is now a moody teenager and probably has a crush on Josslyn, whose interest in Oscar doesn't appear to be wavering. Sam and Danny run into Jason on the bridge, and they watch the fireworks together.

I'm surprised/disappointed that no one has yelled, "No touching!" at Carly and Sonny.

Can Terry be a pediatrician? The show needs a pediatrician.

I love that they mentioned how Josslyn dressed as corn for Halloween as a kid. And the look on Oscar's face when he was teasing her was a very Drew look.

Can we please not do a Cam/Josslyn/Oscar love triangle?

July 5th, 2018

David has shown the picture of Kiki and Griffin hugging to Scott, who in turn shows it to Franco. Franco tells Alexis about it, and Alexis warns Kiki, asking her for any other relationship info that might come out in court if David and Scott go down the road of trying to make her look promiscuous. Kiki keeps quiet, then tells Griffin that they need to continue to keep their fling under wraps. The park was a bad place for that conversation, because Scott overhears. Meanwhile, Franco tells Ava about the picture. Sonny finally puts things together and sets up the Croton plot to actually go somewhere: Charlie Delaney (AKA the original Charlie) helped Mike move the body, and it's buried under the pub. The timing is awful, since Julian wants to expand and is about to start some construction. Franco rants to Scott about David being a sexual predator, making Scott realize that he's not just upset about Kiki's situation. Franco tells his story, and Scott is sympathetic. Oscar's annoyed to have to spend time with Julian, then annoyed again when Kim says she and Drew know that he wants them to get back together. Oscar thinks Drew told her, but Drew assures him that Kim figured it out herself. He says they're not going to get back together, but the opportunity is certainly there: Sam and Drew are now officially divorced. Sam's upset about the end of the marriage, of course, but thinks she made the right decision. Milo confides in Sonny that his mother died of Alzheimer's, so he gets what Sonny's going through with Mike. Sonny appreciates knowing someone who can sympathize with his situation.

Alexis re: David: "He somehow manages to keep out-creeping himself." Heh, right?

Irony is Franco yelling about a sexual predator.

Today I learned that I can't stand to see Milo cry. Please, no one ever make Milo cry again.

That Kim/Julian/Ava/Griffin double date is going to be so awkward that I can already feel myself cringing.

Those Griffin/Stella scenes were so weird. First she was unreasonably rude. Then he was unreasonably "not all men" when they weren't even talking about David or Kiki. If the writers need filler scenes, they should at least have a point.

July 6th, 2018

All of a sudden, Chase thinks Michael will work with him and Jordan on bringing Nelle down. He's right, but their plan, which somehow involves Michael faking his own death, sounds disastrous. And then Michael tells Nelle they should get married right away, so I have no idea what's going on. Sonny and Jason think they're in the clear on the body, but about 60 seconds later, they learn that Julian wants to expand the pub. Scott gets interrupted trying to talk to Ava but eventually sits down with her to tell her about Kiki and Griffin's fling. Griffin urges Kiki to tell Alexis about it, but Kiki thinks that'll increase the odds of Ava finding out. She's also disturbed that the picture of her and Griffin hugging will make things hard on Ava. Wyatt the off-brand scout (also the name of my new children's book) returns to the cabin for his bugle but remains hesitant to tell anyone that Peter's there. Peter does manage to get Wyatt to untie him, and he gets a s'more, so things are looking up for him, at least a little. Ava thinks Nelle's only marrying Michael for his money. Nelle tries to get the blanket back, because she's still not clear on the concept of mutually assured destruction. I refuse to discuss or even acknowledge the ridiculous product placement Maxie and Lulu have to put up with.

Hold on. Michael's going to fake his death without warning his parents, who have already lost a child? NO. NO WAY. This is a horrible, horrible, HORRIBLE idea.

Peter, honey, just tell the kid to bring you a phone. And stop looking at him like you're going to attack him.

For a mother with a baby in the hospital, Maxie was way too calm about getting a call from GH.

This show has done a lot of dumb things over the years, but this KFC publicity stunt is easily in the top 5.

July 9th, 2018

Nina tells Obrecht that she needs to take care of Peter (in the medical way, not in the murder way) because Maxie doesn't want him dead. Wyatt can't get Peter untied before Obrecht returns, so he hides under the bed. Once the coast is clear, Peter sends him to get help, but Wyatt leaves the bugle behind again. Obrecht's ready to kill Peter, but Nina arrives, claims the bugle's hers, and sends Obrecht to get more antibiotics. Obrecht obtains them by cutting her finger and making David think she needs the meds for herself. Wyatt is one of Franco's patients, so when his mother doesn't believe his story about Peter, Wyatt goes to the hospital. Franco thinks he's making things up about a mean woman keeping a man tied to a bed in the woods. The two of them run into Finn and Obrecht, and Wyatt recognizes Obrecht, who doesn't seem worried that he could rat her out. But Finn believes the boy, and when he sees Obrecht's notes about the Severed Branch sequel she wants Peter to write, Finn starts putting everything together. Michael urges Nelle to get married ASAP, claiming it'll make Chase leave them alone. Nelle resists at first, wanting to plan a big event, but she can't resist the idea of tying the knot before the baby comes, so she gets Olivia to agree to host the wedding at the hotel the next day. Sonny tries to casually talk Julian out of expanding the pub, and when that doesn't work, he offers to buy the place. Julian turns him down, and later finds an old picture of Mike and Charlie. Sonny decides to fight the expansion, but when Felix tells him that Mike is agitated, possibly because of his and Sonny's conversations about the body, Sonny tells Jason they need to make a move right away. Nina and Obrecht help Maxie welcome James home as Maxie adjusts to parenting on her own. Ava thinks Scott's going to tell her about the picture of Kiki and Griffin hugging, and he doesn't have the heart (...I mean, I guess) to tell her that they slept together, so she remains in the dark. Finn suddenly wants to be a good brother, so he gives Chase Red Sox tickets for his birthday. Chase thinks he's trying to find an excuse to leave town so he won't have to face their father again. Finn swears that wasn't his intention, but the damage is done, and the brothers aren't any closer. David's making things hard for Kiki at the hospital, and she considers dropping the lawsuit. Ava convinces her that she has to stand up to him and make him pay.

Here's hoping Obrecht goes to prison because of Finn, Franco, and a nine-year-old.

Haaaaa, Franco thought Wyatt saw someone engaging in S&M.

I can't wait for this storyline about construction permits.

I guess Mac and Felicia weren't invited to James' big homecoming?

July 10th, 2018

Michael tells Sonny and Jason about the moved-up wedding, adding once again that he's going through with his plans no matter the risk. Sonny doesn't bother to argue with him, but Jason makes Michael tell him what he's up to. He complains to Sam that he can't stop Michael, no matter how much he wants to. Peter promises to keep Nina's name out of things if she lets him go. Franco thinks Finn just wants to rescue Peter so Anna will be grateful (not sure how that's a bad motive, but okay). They head to the cabin, where they encounter Obrecht, but not Nina and Peter. Obrecht tells them that Wyatt saw her about to engage in something kinky and just misinterpreted the situation. Finn doesn't believe her, and though Franco pretends to, he later texts her to warn that Finn wants to go to the police. Peter's back in the cabin now, having been temporarily hidden in a root cellar, and Obrecht decides they should just kill him and clear out all evidence that he was ever in the cabin. Nina stops her and declares that she's in charge now and will decide where they stash Peter next. Carly laments to Kevin that she let her guard down after Morgan's death, which allowed Nelle to wreak havoc. She blames herself for Morgan's death because she didn't do more to make sure he was taking care of himself. She's disappointed to hear about the moved-up wedding, but she hopes she and Sonny have learned from their past mistakes. Chase tries (or pretends to try) to convince Nelle that he still loves her and they should be together. Michael swoops in to chase (...heh) him off, then presents Nelle with a prenup. Sam and Curtis inch closer to identifying the person in the security footage who's pushing the laundry cart they think contains Peter.

So Michael told Jason everything, right? Like, how he's going to fake his death? Because there's no way Jason won't tell Carly and Sonny, which is what needs to happen.

Michael, your family can trust you as much as you want – that doesn't make your plan any less stupid.

Peter should have made that deal with Nina weeks ago. I thought she was going to take it, too. I figured she'd let Peter go and was going to lock Obrecht in the root cellar.

Oh, Finn. Anna is most definitely your girlfriend.

July 11th, 2018

Nelle's hesitant about signing the prenup, but she does it after Michael says it's tradition for people marrying into the family. She doubts his story when Ned tells her that, while Olivia signed one, it was her idea, not his. Chase meets up with Nelle and tries again to convince her that she shouldn't be with Michael. He suggests that the two of them run off together and become a family with the baby. Nelle thinks Michael can offer her stability, and she's not going to ditch him just because Chase says he's still in love with her. Somehow, this is exactly what Chase was hoping to hear. Finn runs into Wyatt and shows him a picture of Peter in hopes that Wyatt will ID him as the man from the cabin. Wyatt isn't sure it's him, which is fair, since he saw Peter with a beard, while he's clean-shaven in the picture. Nina and Obrecht have moved Peter to the stables on Spoon Island and arranged for the employees to be away. Obrecht wants to keep working on the Severed Branch sequel, but she can't find her notebook (which Finn has, thanks to Wyatt). Peter tries AGAIN to plead for his freedom, because, to paraphrase Joey Tribbiani, pigeons learn faster than him. Drew's concerned that Nina hasn't sold all her ad space for the next issue of Crimson, and may have come back to work too soon after Nathan's death. (It's been five months, but okay.) Valentin overhears and, of course, buys up the rest of the ad space, wanting to place a declaration of love in the magazine. Nina blows up at him, telling him again that, no matter how they feel about each other, she can't trust him. Maxie's suddenly mad at Lulu again, and they fight a bunch, then hit each other with beach toys, then make up. It's dumb, but hey, at least it doesn't involve product placement.

I don't buy for a second that Olivia signed a prenup, let alone that it was her idea.

If Chase purposely chose to meet with Nelle while shirtless in an attempt to tip the scales in his favor...good call.

Maybe Finn should be a PI. He's made more progress on Peter's case in three days than Sam and Curtis have in three weeks.

Maxie attacking Lulu like that made no sense, was unnecessary, and was out of character. They made up; it's time to move on, writers.

July 12th, 2018

Nelle eavesdrops as Michael tells Alexis that he wants to draw up a will. Nelle thinks he's going to leave everything to her, but he wants the baby to be the sole beneficiary. Alexis isn't going to finalize everything for a little while, so Nelle thinks she has time for a plan (apparently the exact plan Michael hopes she has). Michael repays her eavesdropping by listening in while Nelle gets a lawyer to confirm that in New York, if a husband dies before his will is in place, his wife gets everything. Also, Alexis totally breaks attorney/client privilege and mentions the will to Sonny. Nina hires an actor to help her fake a West Nile outbreak on Spoon Island so Valentin won't go home and stumble across Peter. Valentin misinterprets her fake concern for his health as love. Then he calls Finn, for some reason. He mentions the quarantine to Sam, who's suspicious, but with her recent record on following up on suspicions, she probably won't pursue that angle for another month or so. Sam and Curtis catch Jordan up on their progress in Peter's case, then try to figure out who might have kidnapped him. They finally settle on Obrecht, and Curtis asks Nina for dirt on her aunt, but Nina isn't forthcoming. Meanwhile, Peter tries to stall his death by encouraging Obrecht to write her own story. Despite not setting a date for their wedding yet, Jordan and Curtis are moving forward with plans, as she asks T.J. to give her away and Stella to help with the details. Stella politely agrees, then calls a woman named Chandra, clearly wanting her to come to town and change Curtis' mind about marriage. Mike basically tells her that life is short and if two people are in love, she should be happy for them. Stella's so swayed by this that she uninvites Chandra from visiting, but it looks like Chandra doesn't get the message. Mike totally has a crush on Stella, which is sweet but...not a relationship the writers should explore.

The best I can figure is that Nelle is going to ask Chase to kill Michael before his will goes into effect, so she gets all his money. Otherwise, I'm not sure how Chase fits into the plan, or how Michael can be sure Nelle won't kill him herself.

If only that West Nile threat were real. It would be ironic if Obrecht got it, since Felix used to call Britt Dr. West Nile.

Peter, you idiot, stop talking about how Obrecht could get caught. You're giving her a heads-up about something you want to happen.

If Curtis thinks Obrecht is unlikely to commit a crime because she's a grandmother, details of Helena's life would blow his mind.

July 13th, 2018

Carly has a nightmare about Nelle killing Michael at the altar. She uses the burner phone Jason gave her to call Michael and beg him not to get married. Sonny and Jason do the same, but he doesn't listen to any of them. Chase makes one last plea for Nelle to run off with him, even kissing her passionately. Josslyn sees them and makes him leave, but Nelle convinces her not to say anything to Michael yet. Carly's plan B is a throw a fit and fake an anxiety attack so Kevin will agree to let Mary Pat sedate her. When Mary Pat prepares to inject her, Carly overpowers her and injects the nurse. As far as Kevin knows, Carly's under her covers, drugged and calm. In reality, Carly's at the wedding, ready to throw down. Brad is officially the only person who doesn't hate Nelle or find her suspicious. Ava recognizes Oscar's cologne and learns that Josslyn gave it to him. Jason asks Drew to keep an eye on Michael, since they're living under the same roof. Bobbie protests the wedding by dressing like she's going to a funeral. Sam wants to make sure Oscar knows he can come see Scout whenever he wants, and that despite her and Drew's divorce, they're all still a family.

Second only to Carly's entrance, my favorite part of the episode was how Ava and Griffin were the only people sitting on Nelle's side of the room.

Nelle thinks she would be poor with Chase, but I was under the impression that his family was rich. Only rich people name their kids Hamilton and Harrison, right?

Chase to Nelle: "I hope you get everything you deserve." Me, too, buddy. Me, too.

So many cute, spring-y dresses today. And I enjoyed Olivia's enjoyment of Bobbie's outfit.

July 16th, 2018

Ava calls the police on Carly, and Chase is tasked with taking her to the station so she can be transported back to Ferncliff. Before being escorted off, Carly makes her feelings about Nelle known again, then announces, while looking at Ava, that she must have had help to accomplish all of her schemes. Griffin finds this interesting. Before the wedding can continue, Nelle has baby-related pain and has to go to the hospital. Once she and the baby are declared okay, Michael pushes to finish the ceremony. With Jason, Josslyn, and Ned present, Michael and Nelle tie the knot; two minutes later, he leaves. This gives Chase the opportunity to come in and say that he still isn't convinced that Michael really loves Nelle. She thinks he does, since he had the opportunity to call of the wedding, but didn't. Meanwhile, Josslyn tells Michael that she saw Nelle and Chase kissing. Nelle eavesdrops as he tells his sister not to worry, because he has everything under control. Sonny and Jason are annoyed that Carly did something that will jeopardize her sentence and earn her more of Mary Pat's wrath. Carly cares more about Michael's safety and preventing herself and Sonny from experiencing the pain of losing another child. Sonny thinks that he and Jason (and Spinelli, who, let's be honest, will be doing all the work) should focus their attention on Margaux now; if they can prove that Nelle set Carly up, Marguax will have to commute Carly's sentence to avoid looking foolish. Lucas and Brad are one step closer to being parents. What could possibly go wrong? I guess there's some time to kill in the episode, so Sam and Drew hang out with Mike a little, then talk about...nothing, really.

I guess there's no chance that Ned signed the marriage certificate with Nelle's disappearing-ink pen, huh?

I love that Sonny thinks he should have known something was going on with Carly because she was calm.

How disappointing that we didn't get to see Jason and Chase's no-doubt incredibly awkward drive to the hospital.

Heh. How DO Sam and Drew explain to people how they met?

I assume Drew took Oscar home and he's not wandering around the hotel.

July 17th, 2018

Finn has figured out that Wyatt may have seen Peter and not recognized him, so he takes all his information to the police. As he's telling them everything, Franco tells Elizabeth about Obrecht's possible crimes. She sends him to the PCPD, but when he overhears Jordan making arrangements to have the cabin searched again, he splits. Jake and Jason are supposed to go to a baseball game (using the tickets Jason got Jake for his birthday), and Jake surprises both his dads by inviting Drew along. The game gets canceled, and the brothers are all awkward together, but Jake doesn't seem to notice. He asks Jason something about Sam, and Jason tries to explain that they're taking some time apart so Sam can think things over, but Jake's actually talking about a baseball player. Valentin tells Finn about the supposed West Nile outbreak on Spoon Island, which is news to Finn. Later, Valentin sees the actor Nina hired to tell him about the quarantine, only now the actor is working at the Metro Court. Nina tells Maxie that she's been so distracted lately because of Valentin and his attempts to win her back. Maxie tells Valentin to leave her alone, no matter how much he thinks she wants to work things out. Peter, Obrecht, Nina, bleh. The only movement there is that Nina tells Peter she has a way out for both of them. Curtis thinks Drew needs to find a new love interest. Five minutes later, Drew meets Margaux, so make of that what you will. Margaux's curious as to whether Jason and Sonny had anything to do with Carly's escape. Sam tells her it's doubtful.

Finn bringing down Obrecht would be so poetic.

Peter told Obrecht to be more like Franco. Finn, can I please have that quick, painless death you teased Valentin with? Also, it's been two months and Peter STILL hasn't learned not to provoke her.

Maybe Curtis and Oscar should team up to play matchmaker for Drew and Kim.

I have just one thing to say about a possible Drew/Margaux pairing: No.

July 18th, 2018

Nina tells Peter that the only way he can be safe from Obrecht is if he lets the police arrest him. She agrees to free him, though by "free him" she means take him to the Metro Court and tell the police where he is. Since it's that or die, Peter agrees. Sam and Curtis ask Elizabeth about what Franco knows, and she tells them he was going to tell the police about Obrecht and the cabin. Sam calls bull, sure that Franco won't turn in his friend. Meanwhile, Franco warns Obrecht that the police are looking for her and tries to talk her into leaving the country. She pretends to agree, then knocks him out before he can tell anyone where she is. Sam and Curtis go to Valentin, who has just gotten Kip to spill that Nina paid him to lie about Spoon Island. Valentin puts everything together and tells Sam and Curtis that Nina went to New York. Sam calls bull again. As Valentin finds Franco unconscious on the docks, Obrecht goes back to Spoon Island with a Molotov cocktail, planning to kill Peter before she flees. Chase and Michael are ready for the next step of their plan, which involves Chase telling Nelle that he's sure Michael really loves her and they'll be happy together. Jason gets Michael to fill Sonny in, and in the process, the audience gets clued in: Michael and Chase are hoping that Nelle will ask Chase to kill Michael. Sonny points out how dangerous this idea is and tells Chase he'll hold him responsible if Michael gets hurt. Michael and Jason make sure Nelle overhears them talking about Michaelís plan to divorce Nelle and go for full custody of the baby. Julian gives Sonny the picture of Mike and Charlie, inadvertently giving Sonny an excuse for why he wanted to buy Charlie's – so Mike can work there. Julian tells Kim that Sonny has ulterior motives, and now he knows Julian knows (though, of course, Julian doesn't know what those motives are). Kim worries that Julian's trying to provoke Sonny so he has an excuse to start a war. She's not about to stick around if that's the case, but Julian says it's not. Jason agrees to kill him if Sonny decides it's necessary.

From here on out, the writers owe me $500 for every day Peter remains in captivity.

Show, don't get my hopes up. If you're going to tease Obrecht leaving, you'd better follow through.

I want to see more of Kip. He was fun.

Pretty naïve of Michael to think Jason wouldn't have told Sonny everything if Michael hadn't done it himself.

July 19th, 2018

Nina and Obrecht go around in circles about the stuff they've been going around in circles about for weeks. It looks like Obrecht's grip on reality might be slipping, and she's ready to write Peter's character out of her story. She uses Faison's lighter to light her Molotov cocktail and set the stable on fire. Chase finds Valentin on the docks near Franco's unconscious body and arrests him for the attack. It takes forever, but eventually Franco regains consciousness and announces that Obrecht was the real culprit. Sam and Curtis ask Maxie if Obrecht and Nina have displayed any strange behavior lately. Maxie allows that Obrecht might have something to do with Peter's disappearance, but she defends Nina. As she starts remembering some recent happenings, Maxie realizes that Nina might be involved after all. Kevin's out of town, so Carly's care is now in the hands of a doctor who doesn't have a problem with Mary Pat drugging her. Carly tries to talk Mary Pat into being nice, then flat out warns that Sonny will ruin her life if she harms Carly, but Mary Pat doesn't listen. In addition, Sonny can't get a visit, which means he can't tell Carly about Michael's plans. Mike sees the picture of Charlie and becomes agitated, telling Sonny (who he doesn't realize is Sonny) to stay away from the pub. Felix thinks Sonny should start looking at care facilities, but Sonny isn't ready. Later, Mike tells Felix that he thinks Sonny's in trouble.

As per the deal set out yesterday, the writers owe me $500.

Obrecht, you can stop being resentful of not measuring up to your sister, considering she's in prison for murder.

I'm surprised Franco told the truth about his attack. I thought he would lie and cover for Obrecht.

I guess Chase doesn't care that Valentin doesn't have a motive for knocking Franco out. Eh, whatever, it was entertaining to see Valentin in yet another situation where he had no control.

Carly's in a padded room, in a straight jacket, with no access to brushes or styling products, and her hair looks better than mine ever has.

July 20th, 2018

The fire in the stable gets out of control pretty quickly, but Nina, to her credit, doesn't want to leave without Peter. Maxie tells Lulu that she thinks Obrecht's keeping Peter on the island, and that Nina may be involved. As soon as Valentin is released from lockup, he joins them and the three head to the island. While Valentin goes in to save Nina, Obrecht flees, but she's not fast enough to get out of town before Curtis and Finn find her. As she's arrested, she tells Jordan to give Anna a message: "Now we are even." Lulu has to talk Maxie out of running in after Valentin, reminding her that if she dies, James will be an orphan. Finn comes to the island and helps Valentin save Nina, then runs in to try to find Peter. Diane manages to snag a brief visit with Carly, who's so drugged that she thinks the wedding hasn't happened yet. Diane plans to petition the judge for an evaluation of Carly's condition in hopes of ending Mary Pat's horribleness. Mary Pat, however, is eager for Carly's new doctor to try out a new treatment on her. Sonny laments to Jason that he's just now getting to have a good relationship with Mike, and he wishes they had more time. Michael's plan is working, though he can't get out of sharing a bed with his new wife. Nelle asks Drew how it feels to get away with murder (or at least have Jason's memories of getting away with murder). Drew's like, "I'm really not involved in this plotline and I have no idea what's going on, but please don't tell me." Later, Nelle calls Chase and tells him he was right about Michael not wanting to be with her.

Yeah, I'm not doing another burn storyline. Hurry up, Finn.

Freaking A, Obrecht, once you've started a fire and possibly killed two people, don't stand around and reflect.

Let it be known that Maxie was the first person to put all the Peter stuff together. Not Finn (who had all the pieces first), not Sam or Curtis, and certainly not the police.

Mary Pat is really going to regret not being nicer to Diane.

At least Michael probably won't have to consummate the marriage, since Nelle's so pregnant.

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