While I am glad that Jason was able to convince Sonny to allow Michael to live with Carly and Jax, it may be too little too late. I am not sure if anything short of going to jail will cause a profound change in Michael's attitude and behavior. Obviously living with Sonny wasn't a good idea, despite Sonny's claims that he was helping Michael deal with everything that happened. I must have missed that episode because the only thing I have seen Sonny do is pat Michael on the back for a job well done. On the other hand I am not sure if Carly can do anything to help Michael either. As Sonny pointed out, even if they confess everything to the police, Michael will be a target of Anthony Zacchara. And as much as I hate to admit it Sonny is probably right. However, it is clear that Michael needs some sort of intervention because quite frankly this kid scares me a little. And I don't think he would hesitate to kill again should the opportunity arise.
Meanwhile, Sonny's other son, Dante, continues to try to build a case against him, which cannot be easy with Lulu's constant interference. I am not sure how many more times I can endure her calling Dante officer or mention the fact that Sonny is her father's oldest friend. And she always manages to do this at the most inappropriate places, like at Kelly's, in front of Mike, or outside Sonny's office. She may as well take out an ad in the newspaper announcing that Dante is a cop and call it a day. Honestly I can't decide who I find more annoying at the moment, Lulu, or Elizabeth, who accepted Lucky's proposal out of spite when Nikolas interrupted it. I hope it doesn't take long for Lucky to realize what Elizabeth has been doing behind his back because it is becoming too painful to watch him constantly making excuses for her behavior, particularly when it is so obvious that she and Nikolas deserve each other.