Between Warren's meltdown & Liz's missing baby, a few glaring mistakes were prominent. First of all, if the budget is so tight, the show can't afford to hire extras, maybe they should cut down on the pyrotechnics & spend the money to make storylines look more realistic. First of all, not a single security guard was visible when the baby went missing or when Kristina started screaming. It was just dumb luck that Mac looked up when he did & caught sight of Warren's gun. Even after the shooting stopped, there was no sign of security. Oh & not to mention that a multistory, multiwing hospital is being searched by one officer. Even in little one-horse towns, when a child goes missing, a call is put out to cops in surrounding towns, if they only have 2 cops & one is out of town. Port Charles is a city one week & a dinky little town the next, which is part of what disconnects the audience from the action. We're supposed to believe there are more than 2 cops in that town. If so, where are they? Not even after Port Charles' Police Commissioner was shot? Puleeeese!! The cops are the ones who put the building in lockdown in the first place! So, where are they?
Also, a major crime with 3 people shot occurred & five minutes after the injured are carted off to the ORs & the dead man to the morgue, the custodian is there mopping up the crime scene. Even when the shooter is dead, a crime scene is still a crime scene & would be investigated.
I don't know what these special ankle monitors are like, but if they're anything like the ankle monitors worn by Manny Ruiz or Diego Alcazar, removing it would've been a breeze for a genius like Franco. So, there's an excellent possibility that little Aidan isn't even in the hospital. I suspect he's in Josslyn's crib & Josslyn is with Franco.
One thing I did enjoy was one line uttered by Matt. After Warren finally croaked, Kristina tearfully asked, "Is he dead?" Patrick soberly replied, "Yeah. He's dead." Matt's response? "Good. Now, get over here & help me with Mac!" I'm sure it wasn't meant to be comical, but to me, it was & it was the highlight of the episode, followed closely by Michael's heroics. He's learning well from his Uncle Jason.