Friday’s episode of General Hospital saw friends and loved ones of murdered nurse Sabrina Santiago (Teresa Castillo) share their memories about her life and times at the funeral service led by Doctor/Preist Griffin Munro (Matt Cohen).
When Griffin asks if anyone has some kind words to share about Sabrina, it is none other than Lucy Coe (Lynn Herring) who is the first speak to those gathered. Lucy reminds everyone that it was Sabrina’s tenacity that resurrected the Nurses’ Ball, along with Sabrina’s best friend, Felix (Marc Anthony Samuel). Then, Felix is next to speak to tell everyone about Sabrina, but he is afraid to do so because it will have to come to an end, because her life was cut short. He is in tears. An injured Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) also pulls herself together to show up at the service to say goodbye to her friend. Liz told Franco (Roger Howarth) earlier, that she has lossed all her good friends: Emily, Nikolas and now Sabrina, and she feels alone. When Liz speaks in the church she says she will try to live by the lessons Sabrina taught her.
Next, it’s a devastated Michael’s (Chad Duell) turn to speak. He is overcome when speaking of how Sabrina got him through a rough time and helped him care for baby Avery. When Michael struggles to continue, his mother Carly (Laura Wright) gets up and tells the attendees how Sabrina encourared her son to make peace with the Corinthos family (When Michael he was so bitter after A.J.’s murder). Michael says he is so grateful to have loved Sabrina.
But it was Epiphany as played by Sonya Eddy, who not only grieved and shed tears for the loss of her friend, Sabrina, but sang, “You’re Not Alone” the signature song from the Nurses’ Ball as the proper send-off for Sabrina. As everyone in the church pews looked on, it was shocking when Tracy (Jane Elliot) grabbed Sabrina’s murderer, Paul Horsnby’s (Richard Burgi) hand during Epiphany’s rendition. Horsnby looks stunned.
After the funeral service is over, Tracy thanks Griffin for presiding over it, and sees that Paul is still inside looking at Sabrina’s picture. He relives the moment he killed her and says he is ‘sorry’ and apologizes to her! When Tracy walks in and says, “What are you sorry for?” Paul blurts out, “I killed her!” And the episode fades to black!
So, were you touched by Sabrina’s funeral service? If so, which one of the mourners that spoke or sang delivered your favorite moment? And what about Paul blurting out that he killed Sabrina? Will he do some fancy doubletalk when Tracy confronts him about what he just said? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!