The closing scenes were backed with her singing "Broken Dreams," supposedly the last big hit the Saints had. As her beautiful voice swelled, we saw Patrick turn to Layla's arms, Lainey fall into Cody's comforting embrace, and while Jason watched, Spinelli – broken-hearted – left the hospital knowing that as much as he cared about Jolene, she didn't return his feelings. Jason observed Jolene who, after watching a dejected Spin leave on the elevator, fled the nurse's station and broke down in an empty room. Has she finally realized all the pain she's caused in the name of making the doctors more accountable? Or is her pain and grief over losing her father so overpowering, she feels justified in it?
Maybe it's true that only fools fall in love, or give their hearts to passion. I think most would agree, however, the pleasure gained outweighs the pain of losing it. As Robin advised the infant child before turning her over to her father, "Don't be afraid to give your heart away. And when it gets broken, don't be afraid to give it away again."
With only two weeks left in this inaugural season of General Hospital: Night Shift I think we will see some hearts mend, and others open up to love. Hopefully, those who have been trying to take the hospital down will also be stopped.