Nurses Ball 1995
on the image to see a larger version.
or Consequences, SID 6/29/99
For Laura, returning to
Port Charles meant she will finally could establish a safe home for her
children. But Luke's involvement with mobster Sonny brought her
dream to a crashing halt. Shortly before the ball, Laura had been
flabbergasted when young Lucky pulled out a gun to protect his
family. Furious, she lit into Luke for placing them in danger and
asked him to leave. But when it came time for Luke and Lucky's
hip-hop dance performance at the ball, Laura couldn't resist showing up
to catch their act. Seeing his beautiful wife, Luke tentatively
approached her, but the tension betwen them was so thick, you could have
cut it with a knife! Luke mistook Laura's appearance as a show of
forgiveness and took her aside to chat. But when the two still
couldn't see eye to eye, she walked out.
dead-on portrayal of the Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz, followed by
an appearance by AIDS victim Ryan White's mother. Also included in
the Wizard of Oz skit was Emily Bowen Quartermaine as Dorothy.
*Mary Mae Ward sang the
lead to "Midnight Train to Georgia" with Justus Ward, and
Lucky & Luke Spenser as her backup singers. Luke and his son,
Lucky, also performed their own "Hip Hop" skit.
Steve Hardy performed
another baseball skit, this time with his grandson, Tommy, for
"Casey at Bat".
Performance: Miguel sang "The Power to Believe,"
dedicated to Stone, while a moving film montage of AIDS vigils played in
*In keeping with the
Wizard of Oz theme, Ned Ashton belted out his version of "Somewhere
Over the Rainbow".
"Dark Moment: AJ
embarrassed himself by making ignorant comments about those stricken
with AIDS and was put in his place when Stone announced he was