He went on to say Spinelli had been part of the solution, and when rebuffed asked if Jason would have known how to find the directions to do a C-section online. (Now, there's an image – Jason in cyber space.)
Robin made the rounds of the hospital apologizing to all she had lashed out at, including student nurse Layla. She also told Dr. Ford in his inquisition that Patrick had done all he could to save Stacy. In the end, she found herself in the nursery, trying to comfort the crying orphaned infant, which is where Patrick found her, though he kept his distance, watching her through the window. He appeared to be searching his soul for where the two could possibly go from here; her desire to have kids is so strong and he is so deathly afraid of the prospect.
The last person to be questioned by Dr. Ford and the attorney was Jason, and when he tried to unload his guilt and apologize, he was stopped and praised for his actions. Unable to accept it in light of Stacy's death, he fled to the roof where the sun was rising and the night shift was coming to an end.
A reoccurring theme with these episodes, and the roof scenes that close them, seems to be that how a person deals with tragedy and disappoint when the event passes and a new day dawns is what truly defines a person. Much to its credit, Night Shfit shows these events through each pair of eyes of its diverse cast. Everyone working the night shift the Saturday night Stacy Sloan was trapped in the elevator and lost her life, will deal with it differently and take something unique away from it. The only question remaining is just who is this angel of darkness wreaking havoc on General Hospital's Night Shift.
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