Nurses' Ball 1998
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Show Must Go On, SID 6/29/99
just received a death threat from the General Homicide killer, Lucy
should have been anywhere but at the ball. But the cause was one
close to her heart, and nothing beau Kevin said could convince her to
stay to stay home. Putting on a brave front, the hostess-
with-the-mostess set about staging one of the best shows ever while her
Doc stood helpless by.
Then, true to the senario laid out in
Kevin's novel, Lucy was almost suffocated by a chemically-treated dress!
Fearing the worst, Kevin raced to her side and freed her just in time.
Despite her harrowing experience, Lucy then continued the show and,
during the Chorus Line number, ended up- as usual- sans costume.
Lucy's chagrin was matched only by Kevin's admiration for the woman he
When intern Jake Marshak's body was found hanging from the rafters, a
suicide note led Detective Garcia to believe he'd finally caught the
General Homicide killer.
Moment: Taking center stage, Tony angrily condemned the audience
as hypocrites, berating each of them for trying to cover their misdeeds
with hefty donations. But when he belittled Bobbie, her new
suitor, Jerry, decked him!"
Much to her uncle Mac's
distaste, Robin openly sat with mobster boyfriend Jason.
One of the activies of
the night was the reading of Witness Letters. Robin read her own
letter about her beloved Stone.
Mac, Edward, and Scotty
began the skit "Thank Heaven for Little Girls" with their
girls which then turned into a skit for "Girls Just Want to Have
Fun". Mac had escorted Maxie, Robin, and Georgie; Edward
escorted Emily; and Scotty escorted Karen and Serena.
Their performance of
"Hey Big Spender" was almost halted when Brenda's ex, Sonny,
made a scene strutting into the room. With the help of her fellow
performers, Karen, Dara, and Lucy, a shaken Brenda was able to complete
Brenda tries to reassure
Jax when her ex, Sonny Corinthos, suddenly reappears at the ball.
Julie Pinson and Frank
Enemies Eve Lambert and
Julie Devlin performed "You've Got a Friend in Me".
"Jailhouse Rock", Liz, Lucky, Dara, and Taggert brought the
A drugged up Alan
Quartermaine embarrassed himself after yelling at his dance partner,
Robin, when he dropped her during their skit, and then couldn't remember
the rest of the words to the song. Luckily Ned Ashton took over
and helped Robin finish the number, "Someone to Watch Over
Me". Backstage afterwards, a humiliated Emily overheard
Nikolas Cassadine, her crush, comforting Robin as the two discussed
Alan's odd behavior.