The local press introduces the Port Charles townspeople as they arrive for the Nurse’s Ball.
Patrick tells Sabrina he hopes she still has feelings for him, since he realized he has feelings for her. He’s worried he’s lost her to Milo, but Sabrina assures him that her feelings haven’t changed. Patrick and Sabrina kiss. Patrick asks to be her date to the ball.
Before this week’s Scandal recap, I have to comment on the episode’s title, “Molly, You in Danger, Girl.” If you’ve lived through the ‘90s, you know this is a reference to the movie Ghost, which starred President Fitz himself, Tony Goldwyn! The first and second time I read the title, I LOLed. Basically, I think it’s the best episode title ever, and I hope we get more cheeky Ghost references in Scandal!
This episode was a fantastic outing, and so much happened. There were enough reveals to last half a dozen eps, and “Molly, You in Danger, Girl” could have easily served as a season finale. It’s a good thing Scandal left us so much to ruminate over, since it’s on hiatus for another three weeks! READ MORE
Katie (Heather Tom) demanded a divorce from Bill (Don Diamont) after he drove drunk. Bill told her not to do it, and asked her to consider their son. Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) insisted her sister shouldn’t go through with it, but Katie refused to listen. Bill was tired of her accusations and ultimatums. Katie left her rings on the desk, and told Brooke that Bill was all hers. Before she swept out of the door, Katie told Brooke she could make Bill happier than she ever could.
Brooke told Bill to go after Katie, but he admitted it was over and pulled her into his arms. The two started kissing, and you could tell both of them wanted to jump each other. READ MORE
Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) shredded, and by shredded I mean like artisan cheddar on a five star chef’s shredder, Daniel’s (Shawn Christian) heart when she ended things with him in front of the entire hospital. I have to say; if Jennifer were that badass more often, she’d be a much more entertaining character to watch. Of course, Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin) was lurking nearby and watched the whole scene happen. She followed Daniel when he left the hospital.
Jennifer returned home, but it wasn’t long before busybody Maggie (Suzanne Rogers) dropped by to give her an earful about what she’d done to Daniel. READ MORE
Lucy continues to oversee the rehearsals for the Nurse’s Ball. Kevin tells Lucy he won’t be there for the ball, because he has to go out of town to help a patient. Lucy’s worried she’ll bomb without his support, but Kevin reassures her that she’ll be fine.
Helena declares Laura will shoot Ethan, or never see Lulu again. Laura refuses, and Helena goads her on. Helena recalls Luke wouldn’t spare Laura’s son, and would have risked Nik’s life for Lulu’s. Laura knows Lulu wouldn’t want her to trade Ethan's life for hers. Helena decides Laura should shoot Luke instead.