>> Previously on "General Hospital" --
Lucky: You did this?
Elizabeth: Yes. I had Sonny's men kidnap him.
Jax: The item I wanted was withdrawn.
Helena: That necklace was stolen.
Alexis: That necklace was my mother's.
Tony: Amy? This man's dead.
Sonny: You're Sorel's daughter.
Carly: You lying piece of trash. What kind of sick game are you playing?
Lucky: Where's Elizabeth! Come on! I need her!
Helena's voice: Lucky, where are you? I've been looking for you --
Lucky: Out of my head! Out of my head! Leave me alone. Where's Elizabeth! Come on! I need her! Come on. God!
Nikolas: Are you sure about this secret compartment? It's not in the bar or anything?
Elizabeth: Laura said it was definitely in a cabinet. It's where she and Luke found the diamond ring that Lucky gave me.
Nikolas: Well, I mean, we have searched every single inch of this thing.
Elizabeth: Yeah, well, it has to open somehow. What if we don't find anything?
Nikolas: No, listen to me. We will, okay?
Elizabeth: Well, Helena has already made Lucky do something terrible that he can't even remember.
Nikolas: Well, he's safe for now.
Elizabeth: Yeah, but I can't keep him locked up forever. If Helena gets to him again -- because I don't think I can --
Nikolas: Listen, that's why we're going to protect him.
Elizabeth: Okay, but what if we can't? What if her hold on him is just too strong?
Nikolas: That's also why we need to find out what she's using to control his mind, so we can use it to untangle him, okay?
Elizabeth: Nikolas, we are running out of time. Laura's out of town. I can't find Luke. I can't even find Bobbie. It's just us. And after what Luke said at the auction, you could be in danger, too.
Nikolas: Well, I'm willing to take that risk.
Elizabeth: Okay, but if Helena suspects anything --
Nikolas: Elizabeth, I have an advantage. Okay? I know how her mind thinks, so I will be doing and saying whatever it takes to get her to trust me. And when she does, she will tell me her secrets.
Elizabeth: I hope it works.
Jax: Well, I'm so sorry you couldn't stay longer.
Sonny: Tell me what I want, I'm gone.
Jax: We have nothing to discuss.
Sonny: You got a short memory, Jax. When your sorry brother wanted to leave the country, you came to me. I did what you asked. You said you owed me. I'm collecting.
Jax: Oh. You want to know about Brenda.
Sonny: Did you find her?
Jax: Why would you care if I did? You treated Brenda like dirt. Isolated and degraded her. Told her nothing she did was ever good enough. That's what you do with women, Sonny. You make them believe they can have a life with you and then you destroy them.
Sonny: Maybe I should do it your way. The old toy breaks, you get a new one. Brenda was gone and you went right out and found yourself a shiny, new girlfriend, didn't you? Yeah.
Jax: Meanwhile, you got married while I was away. Belated congratulations. I read in the paper that your wife was harmed when the penthouse blew up. That's twice in a row for you. At least the second wife lived.
Sonny: We traded. Your brother's freedom for a favor to be named later. I've named it.
Jax: How is the second Mrs. Corinthos, by the way? Does she live up to your standards? Or did you demand perfection, and when you found out that she was human, did you crush her, too?
Sonny: Is this how you keep your word, Jax? Tell me what happened with Brenda.
Tony: Whoa, whoa --
Angel: I don't need this right now.
Carly: Oh, you don't need this.
Tony: Calm down a little bit, girls.
Carly: Little Miss Angel here is Sorel's daughter and not once did she bother to mention it. No word about who you were or what you were up to.
Angel: I wasn't up to anything.
Carly: Oh, really? Then why the big secret? You knew that I was Sonny Corinthos' wife, and you knew that Sorel tried to kill him and me. But, still, somehow it never came up in conversation that you were his daughter.
Angel: I didn't see any reason to tell you.
Carly: Oh, why is that? Were you gathering information for that disgusting subhuman you call daddy?
Angel: You're wrong.
Tony: Would you just have a little respect here?
Carly: Oh, respect? For that animal? You know what? I am thrilled that Sorel is dead. You know, we should throw a parade for the person that pulled the plug.
Taggert: Somebody did pull the plug. How'd you know that?
Helena: Well, have I come at a bad time?
Nikolas: You know, Grandmother, when you gave me the yacht, you told me that you would respect my privacy. I do have a personal life, and I would like to keep it that way. Elizabeth, I'm sorry. Maybe we can --
Elizabeth: No, no. I shouldn't be here. I didn't -- I didn't mean for any of this to happen, so I'm --
Nikolas: I want you to come back.
Elizabeth: You know what? Um, I don't know, Nikolas. I'm not really sure about anything right now. So I'm going to go.
Helena: Well, you've been busy.
Nikolas: Elizabeth came to me because she trusts me. And I was finally, you know, breaking through when you decided to barge through the door and break the mood.
Helena: I meant my chest. You obviously are interested in what's inside, so let me save you some trouble. I keep treasured possessions inside. Many are memories of Stavros, photographs and diaries. You're free to examine them if you'd like.
Nikolas: Thank you.
Helena: You know, I'd always hoped that you would want to learn more about your father. You do remind me so much of him. But you wouldn't have known to look in this chest for mementos of Stavros, so what were you searching for?
Nikolas: The magic formula that makes Lucky do what you want.
Carly: That's how Sorel died?
Carly: I didn't know that.
Taggert: You were pretty certain a minute ago.
Carly: It was just an expression. Why are you looking at me like that? Look, after every sick and sadistic thing this murderer did, half the people in town probably wanted him dead. I don't care how he died, whether someone pulled the plug, stabbed him in the chest, or put arsenic in his veins. Joseph Sorel deserved to die a slow and painful death.
Roy: This isn't the time or the place, Carly.
Carly: Look, I stayed at that woman's house. I slept on her couch.
Angel: You asked to stay.
Carly: Yeah, and you were rather quick to say yes, weren't you? What was that, part of some master plan -- lure Sonny's wife into the woods and then just knock her off? You know, I'm probably lucky to be alive.
Angel: Where the hell do you come up with this stuff?
Carly: You staged that accident in the parking lot. It was just a reason to get information about Sonny.
Angel: Did I ever once ask you about your husband's business?
Carly: You tell me, what was that plan, huh? If dear old Daddy here didn't recover, then you'd do what? You'd kill Sonny yourself?
Angel: I don't believe this.
Carly: Taggert, take this woman in for questioning. She's probably been working for Sorel all along. That is why she didn't tell you who she was. She's a hit woman for her own father.
Melissa: Carly, stop.
Taggert: This is a crime scene. I want everybody out of here.
Tony: What are you doing in this area? You were banned from this area.
Melissa: Well, I have other patients on this floor. I heard the commotion and I was curious.
Roy: Can you help me with Carly, please?
Carly: I don't need any help.
Melissa: Carly, I'm going down to the chapel. Why don't you come with me?
Carly: What, and say a prayer for that filth? I don't think so.
Melissa: Okay, you need to calm down and pull yourself together.
Roy: Come on --
Carly: No, not until something is done about that woman. Sonny needs to know about her!
Tony: I'm very sorry about this. I know it's a real hard time for you. The coroner will be in touch with you about the release of your father's body.
Angel: Thank you both.
Taggert: Sorel's daughter wasn't nearly as emotional as Mrs. Corinthos.
Tony: Well, she was trying to keep a low profile.
Taggert: Hmm. Interesting how she never asked how her father died. Isn't that what most people want to know when a loved one passes on?
Tony: Well, most people aren't related to a crime boss.
Taggert: Hmm. Well, Carly was right about one thing.
Taggert: A lot of people wanted Joseph Sorel dead. The question is, who wanted it bad enough to make it happen?
Sonny: It's a simple question, Jax. Yes or no?
Jax: Brenda's gone.
Sonny: And the girl in Paris?
Jax: Wasn't her.
Sonny: Well, she must have been pretty close for you to be chasing her like a dog in heat.
Jax: Why? You want her name and address? She was cute. Want to hire her as a substitute?
Sonny: Well, I'd know Brenda in a crowd of thousands. I'd know her if she was walking away. I'm surprised you didn't.
Jax: Maybe I wanted to believe she was alive.
Sonny: Guilt does some pretty strange things to your head. It must be pretty hard to live with, knowing that you let Brenda's mother drive her over a cliff.
Jax: All right, you got what you came for. Now get out of here.
Sonny: What do you think was going to happen, Jax? That you were going to find her in some exotic place and discover that she survived the crash, but her memory was gone? And then the moment she saw you, everything just came back, she'd wrap her arms around you and swear on everything holy that she'd never leave you again? Aren't you a little old for fairy tales? You know what? Maybe it's best you didn't find her, though.
Sonny: Well, because, you know, what if -- what if you did find her, right? And then she saw you and didn't know who you were. And then she saw me and remembered it all.
Jax: The danger? The humiliation? Oh, yes. Imagine Brenda's joy at being reunited with the man who almost destroyed her.
Sonny: We'll never know, will we? She's gone.
Jax: Well, the one consolation is knowing that you can never hurt her again.
Ned: Just like old times. Let me guess who you're discussing.
Jax: Mr. Corinthos was just leaving. He got what he came for.
Ned: So what about Brenda? Are you going to finally tell me whether you found her or not?
Jax: I had to give up on Brenda. Brenda's gone. Everyone who loved her has to accept that.
Sonny: It should. All right, Jax. Have a nice life. Smile, fly your jets, spend all your money -- it's what you do best. But never break anything I care about again.
Jax: You'll break it yourself. You always do.
Ned: Okay. He's gone. Now why don't you tell me the real story?
Ned: I could understand why you wouldn't want Sonny to know anything about Brenda, but you can tell me.
Jax: That was the truth. It's not what anyone wanted to hear, least of all me. But I've made peace with it.
Ned: Can you give me the details?
Jax: Well, nothing I say is going to change the fact that Brenda's gone. Believe me, I've played it over and over in my head, and the ending's always the same. She's not coming back.
Ned: I'm sorry. For all of us.
Jax: Why don't you catch me up on what I've missed? The Quartermaines seem in good spirits.
Ned: Huh -- with the addition of another illegitimate child.
Jax: Yes, the charming yet unsuitable recipient, Skye.
Ned: Skye is a hell of a lot worse than unsuitable.
Jax: What about the Cassadines? Helena in particular?
Ned: Well, why do you ask?
Jax: Well, I saw Alexis at Windermere. She seems to think that Helena's up to something bigger and more lethal than ever. But she doesn't seem to know the details. Is it as serious as she says?
Ned: Well, I wouldn't know. Alexis and I aren't together anymore.
Jax: Why not?
Ned: I'm still trying to figure that out. All I know is that she keeps pushing me away, and I'm starting to think that it has more to do with her disastrous childhood than me.
Helena: If I did have some miraculous power over Lucky, why would that be useful to you?
Nikolas: I want Elizabeth. Okay? So if I could somehow short-circuit Lucky's love for her, he might give her up, Elizabeth would be devastated, and turn to me.
Helena: And your feelings for Elizabeth are still that strong?
Nikolas: Listen, Grandmother, you helped before when you wanted to program Lucky to reject Elizabeth.
Helena: No -- why do you keep insisting that I --
Nikolas: You denied it, Grandmother, but I know that you did do that. Now, I simply want to do the same.
Helena: Now, where is Lucky? You know, I haven't seen him in quite some time. He wasn't at the auction with Elizabeth.
Nikolas: What do you care? You have something you want him to do?
Helena: Oh, you are so inquisitive, my darling.
Nikolas: You know, I am tired of being doubted, so if you want to see Lucky, all you have to do is say so. We might be able to make a deal.
Helena: Well, what sort of deal?
Nikolas: I can take you to Lucky. I had him kidnapped.
Elizabeth: Hey. The guard said you've been asking for me.
Lucky: I want out.
Elizabeth: No. No, no, no. Lucky, you're safe here. Helena has no idea where you are, and with Sonny's men guarding you, you're perfectly --
Lucky: I'm going crazy in here, Elizabeth. I need to get out! I can't stay here.
Elizabeth: It's Helena, isn't it? She's found a way to get through to you somehow. She must want you to do something for her.
Lucky: No. I don't want to do any more.
Elizabeth: That's why you need to stay here. Let me take care of you.
Elizabeth: Lucky, look, if there were some other way to keep you safe, I would do it. But for now you have to stay here while we look for answers.
Elizabeth: Yeah. Me and your mom and dad.
Lucky: You know, Elizabeth, I've had a lot of time to think down here. I know who's helping us.
Carly: I have to warn Sonny. He has no idea that Sorel has a daughter.
Melissa: You're not going to accomplish anything like this, all right? You're angry and you're frantic.
Carly: Listen, my husband needs to know what he is up against.
Melissa: Carly, you can't go making these wild accusations to Sonny. He won't even listen to you. You just need to calm down.
Carly: Melissa, I know that you mean well, okay? But you have no idea of the damage Sorel can do, even dead.
Melissa: Yes I do, more than I want to.
Carly: Okay, well, then think about it. This is his daughter, the child that he raised. What if it was Sorel's dying wish to have Angel kill Sonny?
Roy: No, no -- Carly, I talked to her last night at Luke's. I mean, it could be that she kept the connection to Sorel a secret because she was ashamed. There was certainly no love lost between the two of them, and I really don't think Angel's any threat to you.
Sonny: I'll take it from here.
Sonny: What happened?
Angel: My father's dead. You knew. Did you also know that he was murdered?
Sonny: Let me get you a brandy.
Angel: It's not going to help. I'm not sure anything would. I don't even know how I feel. I just keep telling myself that it's over. It's finally over.
Taggert: Let's go over this again. I want to get a clear picture before forensics shows up.
Tony: Well, you know most of it. I came in, Sorel was dead, apparently of asphyxiation.
Taggert: Because somebody pulled the plug on the respirator.
Tony: Actually, the switch was on. If -- it would be running if it'd been plugged in.
Taggert: So whoever did it had to know how to turn off the alarm. Is that difficult?
Tony: Uh, no. Actually, it's very simple. You simply take a tongue depressor and you push it down right there.
Taggert: Is it unusual to suspend it?
Tony: No, it's done in procedures all the time, and once in a blue moon, someone will forget to turn it back on.
Taggert: Who's in charge of the alarm? The nurses?
Tony: Yes, but any moderately trained health professional would know the basic knowledge there.
Taggert: What about the pulse simulator?
Tony: That takes more knowledge because Sorel's E.K.G. leads were attached to the simulator -- then that way the flat line didn't show at the I.C.U. desk monitor.
Taggert: So we're talking doctors, nurses, technicians. What about lay people?
Tony: That would just require a little bit more basic research. I'm not much help, am I?
Taggert: You know, there's one thing I don't get, Doctor. If you knew how to disable the alarm, why not turn off the respirator? Why unplug it?
Tony: That would show an unfamiliarity with all the procedures.
Taggert: Well, maybe he'd just want to throw us off our track.
Tony: Or --
Tony: Someone wanted to make damn sure that Sorel was dead.
Angel: Thanks. I didn't mean to do the helpless female thing.
Sonny: No, no, don't worry about it.
Angel: It's just been such a shock.
Sonny: Did you make peace with your father before he died?
Angel: I thought for a moment we might be able to. But in the end, I just hated him even more. He made me beg for your life. And then he told me he was going to kill you anyway. At that moment I had a flash from my childhood. My father coming home from business trips and the fuss we'd make. My mother would cook all day. I would pick flowers from our garden, put them in jelly jars. He always brought me something. He'd walk in with that smile that he used to have, present behind his back. I'd run up and kiss him on the cheek and ask for the gift, and he would say not until I told him everything that I'd done to deserve it. So I'd frantically list every single good deed that I could think of while he waited, torturing me. And he'd finally bring out the gift, a toy or a stuffed animal. Last night when I asked him not to hurt you and he let my -- he let me get my hopes up, he knew I'd remember our game. It was so twisted and so cruel, everything that he's become. I hated him in that moment. I'm glad he's dead. God help me.
Sonny: You can stay here and rest if you like.
Angel: No, I've gone on and on. That's not why I came here.
Sonny: Why did you?
Angel: Carly knows who I am. It's a relief, actually. I was uncomfortable keeping her in the dark. I didn't tell her about you and me, though. Anyway, I just thought you should know.
Angel: I'm going to go to the lake. I need to hear the quiet.
Sonny: All right. I'll go ahead and take care of Carly. You got enough to handle.
Angel: At least you're safe now.
Sonny: Joseph Sorel, quemate en el infierno con el diablo.
Roy: I knew Angel's husband in prison. That's how I recognized her. She used to come and visit him.
Carly: So what?
Roy: So Sorel had Angel's husband killed.
Melissa: His own son-in-law?
Roy: His own son-in-law. Angel and Sorel were estranged ever since. She just got back into town.
Carly: So maybe they made up. Maybe she knew that Sorel was going to die, so she wanted to make amends. People do all sorts of crazy things when they think a family member is sick or is going to die.
Roy: That is not what happened.
Carly: How do you know? Because she told you, and you believe her?
Roy: I believe that she had come to see her father for the hateful man he was. That's the truth.
Carly: Roy, you are not a naive man. Did it ever occur to you that Angel might be lying? What if she is crazy? What if she blames Sonny for her father's death? You know, Sorel was in I.C.U. because of Sonny's bomb. She might want revenge.
Roy: You're just chasing a lot of bad thoughts for no good reason.
Carly: I introduced Angel to Sonny. And if she hurts him, he is going to blame me.
Roy: She's not going to do anything to Sonny.
Carly: How do you know? You know, you don't know what she is capable of.
Roy: I know she's not going to do anything to Sonny. And if you want some good advice, you will leave this alone.
Carly: If Sonny finds out that Sorel has a daughter, he is going to think that I lied to him. And I can't afford that anymore, not after what I've done. I'm going to warn Sonny.
Tony: Oh, good. I'm glad I caught you.
Carly: You know what? I don't have time.
Tony: Make time. I have a question for you, all right?
Melissa: Do you believe in God?
Roy: I believe in a higher power. Why?
Melissa: Do you believe in sin? When have you committed one? Is it bad enough just to think an evil thought, or do you actually have to do something? Do you think that we're judged on our deeds or our intentions?
Roy: What do you think?
Melissa: I think sometimes people wind up doing very bad things for the best of reasons.
Roy: Who are you talking about?
Melissa: I'm talking about all of us, I guess.
Roy: Sometimes the ends justify the means. Sometimes what you need to save is worth whatever you have to do.
Carly: Oh, that was your big question? Where is my mother?
Tony: I was with Bobbie last night, and Luke was there and something was wrong with him. Now, he had an appointment to see me today. He didn't show up.
Carly: What, Luke was unreliable? Well, that's a big surprise.
Tony: Bobbie's concerned about him. I'm worried about her, all right?
Carly: Look, Bobbie had much bigger issues to deal with last night. She called me up. She was hysterical, told me to get to the brownstone right away. She found a note under her door.
Tony: What kind of note?
Carly: It was a death threat, addressed to me. It said "First the kid and then you."
Tony: You and Michael? Who sent this note?
Carly: Sorel and his men. Who do you think?
Helena: Lucky is your captive?
Nikolas: Why, you don't think I'm capable of it?
Helena: Well, I'm not sure. You know, Luke made some very interesting points at the auction. Now, I found his arguments quite believable.
Nikolas: Luke is a lousy drunk.
Helena: In vino veritas, as they say. Wine brings the truth. Well, Luke seemed absolutely positive that you were trying to make me -- how did he so colorfully put it? -- A sucker to your little act.
Nikolas: Yeah, well, colorful right.
Helena: I certainly hope he's mistaken, Nikolas, because I don't take kindly to betrayal, no matter how fond I am or was of the person who's attempting it.
Nikolas: Wow. Grandmother, that seems like a threat to me.
Helena: Now, how do I know that what Luke was saying was not true?
Nikolas: You don't. That's what makes me a Cassadine. See, and as far as me letting you in on this little secret about you buying my act, well, that's exactly what I told Luke I would do.
Helena: Well, then, why would you say that?
Nikolas: Because he wouldn't leave me alone. He's obsessed with finding out what's happened with Lucky. So in order to get what I want, I needed a cover story.
Helena: What exactly do you want, Nikolas?
Nikolas: Everything. The girl, the money, the power. I'm not interested in this perennial war with Lucky's family. That's your job, it's not mine. But what I want is my title and all the perks that go along with it because I'm tired of standing on the side while everyone else gets what they want. Well, you know what? It's time for Nikolas to get what he wants.
Helena: Well, then you shall. All you have to do is take me to Lucky.
Max: Sonny needs me right away. I'll be back in a few hours. Will you be okay?
Elizabeth: Yeah, I'll stay here until you get back.
Lucky: It's Nikolas, isn't it?
Lucky: He's doing the whole phony prince routine, Elizabeth, in order to get Helena on his side to figure out what she's done to me, so he can figure out how to undo it. I'm right, aren't I?
Lucky: It's the only thing that makes sense. You and I both know Nikolas would never turn his back on me. We fought too long and hard to be brothers.
Elizabeth: Please, Lucky. Will you just get this out of your head?
Elizabeth: Because if you and Helena are ever alone together again, then you might tell her all this and get Nikolas in some serious trouble.
Lucky: Well, if Nikolas has gone over to the Cassadine side, why would I care if he got into trouble? You see? I'm right.
Elizabeth: No, Lucky, neither one of us would want Nikolas hurt, no matter what he's done.
Lucky: I'm glad he's helping.
Elizabeth: No, no. Please, don't -- just don't think about it, okay? It's me. It's me. I'm the one who's doing this. I'm the one who loves you and who is fighting for you every second. I'm protecting you. Please just look me in the eye and tell me you understand.
Lucky: I do. My head hurts.
Elizabeth: Are you okay?
Lucky: I don't know. You see, this is the whole reason why you need to get out of here, Elizabeth. Just go find someplace that you're safe from me.
Elizabeth: I'm safe when I'm with you.
Lucky: No. Just please go, all right? With or without Nikolas. I don't want to hurt you the way that I maybe hurt somebody else already.
Elizabeth: You won't.
Lucky: There's only one way to be sure about that.
Jax: So what set Alexis off?
Ned: The necklace that Helena put up for auction. It belonged to Alexis' mother. And when Helena killed her, she took it.
Jax: Oh, to the victor belong the spoils.
Ned: Helena seems to think so. Alexis tried to get it back, but it was stolen before she could get her hands on it.
Jax: Is there anything more to the story?
Ned: There must be. I mean, I've never seen Alexis so upset about anything before. It's as if she's battling to unlock some terrifying memory.
Jax: Have you asked her about it?
Ned: She won't open up to me anymore. Listen, you two were close. Maybe you can get her to tell you something.
Jax: Well, I have someone to see this afternoon, but I'll give it some thought. I mean, who knows. Maybe I'll find a way to shed a little light on the mystery.
Lucky: I love you, Elizabeth. It's the one thing in my life that I know for sure.
Elizabeth: And that's why I know you would never hurt me.
Lucky: No, see, when Helena programmed me the first time, it was stuff that only made some kind of sense to me, but this time it goes deeper. I'm doing things that I know are wrong and I can't help it.
Elizabeth: Yeah, but you won't do those things if we're together. You'll remember who you are, and Helena won't be able to break through.
Lucky: I can't risk it. I have to go.
Elizabeth: Lucky, no. Please.
Lucky: Look, I can go right now. The guard's gone. I can go and disappear. My father taught me how when we came back from Canada. Now, if I get a head start from --
Elizabeth: Lucky, Lucky, Lucky -- I wouldn't be able to stand not knowing where you are. What if you were hurt or -- no, I don't want to -- oh, please. I --
Lucky: It's better than the alternative.
Elizabeth: Do you realize that if you leave right now with the programming still in your head, you will never be free of Helena. That's why you need to stay. Let me help you. Please, Lucky.
Nikolas: I usually keep a guard at the door so Lucky can't escape.
Helena: How did you find this place?
Nikolas: Well, I have my ways.
Elizabeth: Remember what I told you. I'm the one who's helping you, okay? Don't let anything else in. Please.
Nikolas: I just need a moment alone with Lucky.
Helena: Oh, nonsense. Lucky and I are old friends. You don't have to prepare him for my arrival. Hello, Lucky. It's good to see you again. Lucky, Nikolas tells me that he kidnapped you. Is that true?
Roy: Are you on duty later?
Melissa: I'm off for the rest of the day.
Roy: Want to grab some dinner? Something simple.
Melissa: I don't think so. I want to just stay here for a while.
Roy: You call me later?
Melissa: I will.
Roy: Take care.
Melissa: He's not going to hurt you.
Melissa: Oh, my God.
Ofc. Lowell: They found this under the victim's bed.
Taggert: Thank you.
Tony: You found something?
Taggert: Yeah, a photograph. Looks like we got some prints.
Tony: What's the photo of?
Taggert: Not what but who. If I'm not mistaken, isn't that --
Tony: You're not. It's Carly's son, Michael.
Sonny: What's left of Sorel's organization is falling apart. I just want to know what lands where. Yeah. Call me if you hear anything, okay? Bye.
Carly: Thank God you're here.
Sonny: What do you want now?
Carly: Somebody pulled the plug on Sorel's respirator or heart monitor or something and he's dead, murdered.
Sonny: I know.
Carly: You do?
Carly: Well, Sonny, your life could be in danger. You know that woman that I introduced you to, Angel?
Carly: She's Sorel's daughter. God knows what she could do to you, Sonny. You have got to be careful.
Sonny: Angel wouldn't hurt me.
Carly: How do you know that?
[Knock on door]
Jax: Hello, Angel. It's good to see you.
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Stefan: I can feel his presence.
Stavros: Sounds like you needed me last night.
Gia: More than you'll ever know.
Helena: Lucky never lies to me.
Nikolas: So you're going to take a Spencer's word over mine, huh?
Helena: In this case, yes.
Carly: She is Sorel's daughter.