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An armed Ava con­fronts Grif­fin in the in­ter­ro­ga­tion room. He main­tains his in­no­cence; Ryan and Ju­lian ar­rive and stop her from shoot­ing him. Griff doesn’t tell the cops about the in­ci­dent. “Kevin” takes Ava home and urges her not to feel re­spon­si­ble for her daugh­ter’s death.


Kristina finds Ja­son tend­ing to an un­der-theweather Sam. Sam re­sists her sis­ter’s at­tempt to heal her the same way Daisy rid Os­car of his headache .... With Drew and Kim by his side, Os­car be­gins his im­munother­apy treat­ment. The ice melts a smidge be­tween Drew and Ja­son as they dis­cuss Os­car; Sam is happy to hear of their progress. Joss­lyn vis­its with Os­car, but ex­cuses her­self when Cam ar­rives. Os­car apol­o­gizes for mak­ing Cam lie to Joss, then asks Alexis to help him draw up a will.


Ja­son learns that the ev­i­dence against Mar­gaux’s mother was com­pro­mised; he, Sonny and Carly spec­u­late that this means Mar­gaux is drop­ping her vendetta against Sonny. While Carly frets to Ja­son about Sonny’s soft spot for the DA, Mar­gaux con­firms to Sonny that she is not go­ing to pur­sue him for her dad’s mur­der .... In Ha­vana,

Anna and Finn try to con­vince Obrecht that she must re­turn to Port Charles to save a dy­ing Britt.


Sasha tells the cops about Ava drug­ging her and Grif­fin. Griff in­sists to Jor­dan that

Ava wouldn’t kill her own daugh­ter. “Kevin” pro­vides a grate­ful Ava with an al­ibi for the time of the mur­der. As Chase works the case, he re­al­izes that Kiki and Mary Pat were likely killed by the same per­son. Jor­dan’s ob­ses­sion with the case grows, but she and Cur­tis vow to re­cap­ture the ro­mance of their wed­ding.


Skit­tish about com­ing un­der scru­tiny in the wake of Kiki’s mur­der, Sasha wants to leave town. Nina thinks it’s be­cause Sasha doesn’t feel safe, so she asks Valentin if they can stay at Wyn­de­mere until the killer is nabbed. The women move in, and Nina re­it­er­ates to Valentin that the ar­range­ment is strictly pla­tonic. Af­ter Wil­low warns Lulu that Char­lotte’s bul­ly­ing is wors­en­ing, Lulu, Valentin and Nina talk to Char­lotte, but the girl won’t cop to her be­hav­ior. Lulu ac­cuses Nina of cod­dling the young­ster, then con­fides in Laura. Laura de­duces that her grand­daugh­ter is bul­ly­ing Ai­den.


Sam and Alexis are puz­zled when a mys­tery some­one sends Sam the obituary of one of her faux hus­bands from her days as a con woman. Sam tells Alexis that she has proof of Grif­fin’s in­no­cence, then gets to work with Cur­tis to fig­ure out who sent her the obit. They learn that some­one in town has a sub­scrip­tion to the news­pa­per in Illi­nois that it came from.


Be­fore Grif­fin’s ar­raign­ment, Chase ques­tions him about Mary Pat; Griff says they never met. Off the tip Sam gave her, Alexis finds a selfie of Grif­fin and Kiki on the doc’s phone; its time-stamp proves that he is in­no­cent. The charges against Grif­fin are dropped, but even though he has his free­dom and his job back, a heart­bro­ken Grif­fin re­mains deep in mourn­ing. Jor­dan tells “Kevin” that it looks like one per­son mur­dered both Kiki and Mary Pat.

flash­back to 1999 Mourn­ing Light: Laura (Ge­nie Fran­cis) grieved along­side Luke (An­thony Geary) when their son Lucky was pre­sumed dead in a fire.

What does Ryan see in Ava (Maura West)? Jon Lind­strom of­fers:“I think what he sees is miss­ing in her is what he also lacks in him­self, the feel­ing of be­ing loved.”

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