GH Transcript Monday 9/3/01

 


General Hospital Transcript Monday 9/3/01

By Stephanie
Proofread by
Kathy

Roy: You want to question Melissa, you'll do it by the book.

Jax: I know Kristina. I found her.

Lucky: Do you want to tell me what's so important?

Elizabeth: We are. Do we understand each other?

Chloe: "Stavros and Nikolas." Oh, my God.

Elizabeth: Lucky, you can't leave. Do we understand each other?

Lucky: Where did you get that?

Elizabeth: I stole it from Helena.

Lucky: Why?

Elizabeth: To save your life. To undo what she's done to your mind. But I'm scared, Lucky. I can't do this by myself. I need your help.

Lucky: You can't do it at all.

Elizabeth: Lucky, please, help me help you.

Alexis: You know Kristina?

Jax: We've become friendly of late. She's an engaging young woman.

Alexis: How nice for you. You would never admit this, but I'm sure that you've been a little lonely. And an engaging young woman would make a wonderful companion, although you really should have her investigated.

Jax: I did. Quite thoroughly.

Alexis: Not thoroughly enough. That necklace doesn't belong to your lady friend, Jax. It belongs -- it belonged to --

Jax: Kristina.

Alexis: Someone that I have every reason to believe is dead.

Jax: She's not.

Alexis: I know that you think that you're trying to help, but you are meddling into something that you can't possibly understand. Now, either you've been deceived or there's some kind of mistake, but in any case, we really need to change the subject.

Jax: Well, I can't very well do that because I've already told Kristina all about you, and she'll be very upset if she doesn't get to meet you at some point.

Alexis: Jax, how would you like to have a discussion about Brenda? Would you like me to rattle on how I've just seen her and that she's fine and everything that you thought was the truth really isn't? I didn't want to say that, but I really don't want to talk about this. Now, like I said, either you've been deceived, there's some sort of mistake, whatever. You can explain it to her.

Jax: Do you trust me?

Alexis: I really want you to drop it.

Jax: Not until you've heard me out, Alexis. I didn't make a mistake, okay? I'm not stupid, and I wouldn't be putting you through this unless I was absolutely certain. You're the one making the mistake. Kristina's alive, the same Kristina that owns this necklace. She's an intelligent and beautiful young woman, and she can't wait to meet you.

Alexis: You really believe this?

Jax: Yes.

Alexis: You wouldn't lie to me about this?

Jax: Never.

Alexis: Kristina is alive?

Stavros: Good evening, Ms. Morgan. You seem surprised to see me.

Chloe: I was just expecting Stefan, that's all.

Stavros: Oh. So what do you have there?

Chloe: Oh, I was just keeping myself entertained while I was waiting for him.

Stavros: This is an intriguing coincidence. I'm here to see Stefan as well about a tiresome financial matter.

Chloe: Really? Last time we spoke, you said you didn't trust Stefan. I'm really surprised you're doing business with him.

Stavros: Another coincidence. The last time we spoke, I got the impression that you didn't trust Stefan and that you were through with him.

Chloe: My plans are up in the air. I have some decisions to make.

Stavros: You're wise not to rush into anything. I'm a firm believer in listening to that little voice inside of your head that tells you that things aren't quite right.

Chloe: It's getting late. I really need to go.

Stavros: Not on my account, I hope.

Chloe: I don't want to interrupt your business with Stefan. I can come back tomorrow. If you'll just please tell him I was here, that would --

Stavros: Not yet. You asked me once how I knew so much about the Cassadines. I think it's time that I told you.

Chloe: Your relationship with the Cassadines is really none of my business.

Stavros: No, no, nonsense, nonsense. I don't mind sharing with you. It's not like we're strangers. And besides, if you're considering getting back together with Stefan, I think you should know what you're getting yourself into. Those Cassadines, boy, they're a complex bunch.

Chloe: Stefan has told me all about the family.

Stavros: I'm sure Stefan has omitted several details, things that only an intimate would know, which I do. Now, I'm sure you've already realized that Stefan and I are not just business associates. I mean, how else would I know about that tragic boating accident that the family tried so desperately to cover up all those years ago? My God, but you are just beautiful. You know, I can see exactly what Stefan sees in you. But for the life of me, I cannot understand why you would even look at him twice.

Chloe: Okay, that is none of your business, and I am really uncomfortable with this convers--

Stavros: It's okay. You don't have to say anything. Just -- just listen. I am about to give you an insight into Stefan Cassadine that most women in your position would simply die for.

Melissa: How you feeling today?

Roy: Hey, didn't your shift end half an hour ago?

Melissa: Hi.

Roy: And first place, no arguments because in the second place, I'm going to take you out on an official -- well, in third place, I'm not going to call it a date because you'd probably laugh harder than that time when I called myself your boyfriend. What's up?

Melissa: I don't know. It's Chloe Morgan. I think she's missing. She's scheduled for tests and they're waiting on her.

Roy: Well, maybe she took a walk. She's probably just downstairs having a cup of coffee. Why don't you page her?

Melissa: Hi, Ellen, it's Melissa Bedford calling. Could you please page Chloe Morgan for me? Yeah, she's the patient in 824.

Roy: I don't think you need to worry too much about somebody wanting to take a break from a charming room like this.

Melissa: Right. All right, well, let me know if she does, all right? Just have me paged. Thanks.

Roy: You're worried, huh? Can I help you look?

Melissa: Yeah. Come on. You go that way, I'll go this way.

Roy: Okay.

Jax: So, where do you keep the brandy? In the kitchen?

Alexis: I don't want a drink. I just want to understand. How do you even know about this? I have never discussed this with anyone, not anyone. Not even Stefan.

Jax: Well, you're assuming that Kristina never told anyone about herself. When she did, someone put her in touch with me. I had her thoroughly investigated, and then I decided to bring her to you.

Alexis: She's all right?

Jax: Yeah, I told you she's fine. Maybe a little stir crazy at the moment, but fine.

Alexis: Well, I don't -- I just don't -- I don't believe this. I mean, she vanished. She vanished without a trace and then she just reappears out of -- with you, of all people?

Jax: Well, why not me? Hey, I was your husband once. Who better to bring you and Kristina together? I knew this would be a shock. And Kristina, while delightful, is a very rational, grounded person. I tried to warn her about the Cassadines, but she doesn't seem to grasp the concept of Greco Russian aristocrats who run amok trying to kill each other to get control of the billion-dollar empire. Maybe you could make her understand.

Alexis: She's alive and well and she's friends with you and she's rational and -- and what else?

Jax: Let's go back to the "alive" part. That seems to be what you're having a problem with.

Alexis: So I can talk to her and I can -- I can talk to her.

Jax: Yep.

Alexis: You found her. You -- thanks.

Jax: Oh, you're welcome.

Alexis: Now, don't act like this is no big deal because this is a big deal. This is -- this is a really big deal. Thank you.

Helena: How -- how did this happen? Answer me!

Man: I don't know, Madam.

Helena: And whose job is it to know?

Man: It's mine.

Helena: Consequently, if the Ice Princess is not back where it belongs in one hour, I am going to hold you personally responsible.

Man: Have you had any recent visitors?

Helena: Oh, several. Well, notably, Jasper Jacks. The man is a thief, an inveterate liar, and he's been threatening me. This would be just like him.

Man: Who else?

Helena: Well, there was my grandson. He was here with his girlfriend, Elizabeth Webber, but -- wait a minute. She's a possibility. Check on them. Will you do it now?

Helena: Just a minute. Where is Elizabeth Webber?

Gia: Get out of my face.

Helena: Well, now, let's try to be civilized, shall we? If you can possibly manage it.

Gia: I have no idea where Elizabeth is, and I wouldn't tell you if I did. The only other person on the face of the earth that I despise more than her is you. Now leave me alone before I shove something more substantial than pastry in your face.

Helena: Believe me, that has not been forgotten.

Gia: Oh, is that your evil look? You know, you should probably do some practicing in the mirror. Oh, I forgot -- you don't have a reflection, do you? Well, just hop on your broomstick and fly back to Transylvania or wherever you people came from, okay?

Helena: Somehow I don't think it's just a coincidence that at the very moment you were attacking me in the restaurant, Elizabeth was found in my suite.

Gia: You're right. And you know what else? I know what's going on. Elizabeth told me everything.

Elizabeth: Trust me, Lucky. We can help each other.

Lucky: Why should I trust somebody that I don't care about?

Elizabeth: That's not how you really feel. That's what Helena has put in your head. It's this. She uses this to make you do whatever she wants. The diamond ring -- it isn't a trigger. That's what she wanted us all to think. It's the Ice Princess, Lucky. You know it and so do I.

Lucky: No, no, you don't know!

Elizabeth: I saw it with my own eyes. This is the reason you couldn't walk away right now. The Ice Princess wouldn't let you.

Elizabeth: I want you to come with me to see Kevin.

Lucky: No. I don't want to see Kevin. In fact, I don't want to see anybody right now, Elizabeth.

Elizabeth: The last time you saw Kevin, he said he found that Helena had taken your programming to a deeper level of your subconscious.

Lucky: I'm not going anywhere! Do you understand me?

Elizabeth: I can't do this alone. What if I do something wrong? I'm afraid I might hurt you.

Lucky: And I'm supposed to trust you? You can't even trust yourself, Elizabeth.

Elizabeth: Come on, Lucky. We're running out of time. I'm sure Helena already knows by now that the Ice Princess is missing. You have to come with me right now.

Lucky: I can't.

Elizabeth: Why not?

Lucky: Because if Helena sees you with this, she's going to make me --

Elizabeth: She's going to make you what, Lucky? What is she going to make you do?

Lucky: She's going to make me hurt you like the way that I already hurt my father. Oh, God, Elizabeth, just -- please, get away from me.

Elizabeth: No. No, never.

Lucky: Get away from me now, damn it!

Elizabeth: I am not going to give up on you, and I am not going to lose you, even if it means my life.

Alexis: So, where did you find her?

Jax: I was looking for Brenda, and Kristina was looking for you. Our paths crossed.

Alexis: I want details.

Jax: We were introduced through a mutual acquaintance, a woman we both hired independently. A tracker.

Alexis: A detective?

Jax: Someone who specializes in this sort of thing.

Alexis: What sort of thing? What, reconstructing the past?

Jax: Yeah, something like that. It's not important. The fact is Kristina and I met. And when I discovered who she was, I thought I should help.

Alexis: You certainly took your sweet time.

Jax: Yes, I did. By the way, Kristina is as anxious as you are. It's all she talks about. But I've been putting her off. I had to know what she's walking into before anyone else found out she existed.

Alexis: Can't fault you for that, I guess, huh?

Jax: You know, Helena is wound pretty tight lately, and I've been putting the financial screws on her to try to find out -- well, what she has planned for you and Kristina.

Alexis: I'm sorry I snapped at you. I know that you're always trying to help me. I'm just -- this is a little overwhelming.

Jax: You're holding up remarkably well under the circumstances.

Alexis: So tell me everything. I want to know everything about her. Where has she been? What does she do?

Jax: Well, I didn't ask her to fill out a questionnaire.

Alexis: All right, now tell me what to do because I don't know what to do. I don't know the protocol here.

Jax: Well, I'm not sure that there is a protocol. I'm sure I can answer a lot of your questions, but wouldn't you rather ask them yourself?

Alexis: Where is she?

Jax: Waiting in my hotel room.

Helena: What exactly did Elizabeth tell you?

Gia: Every last detail. She was in your room with Nikolas, drooling all over him. I guess she couldn't wait to gloat.

Helena: To the victor go the spoils.

Gia: You should be thrilled, you know? I mean, you never thought I was good enough. But you know what, lady? Your grandson is not good enough for me. All the money and the precious title -- well, none of it is worth the grief. You Cassadines act like you don't breathe the same air as everyone else, like the rules don't apply. But you don't own the world.

Helena: Not quite yet.

Gia: Well, everybody's got to have a dream, I guess. Although yours seems pretty pointless. But at least you won't have to worry about me anymore. I mean, between work and the new guy I'm seeing, I don't have time for you.

Helena: Well, it didn't take you long to get over Nikolas.

Gia: Not when I found out I could trade a boy in for a man -- a man who can buy and sell you, by the way. Tall, dark, wickedly handsome, venture capitalist. Lucien Cain.

Helena: Lucien Cain, you say?

Gia: So you know him?

Helena: Oh, absolutely. He's cool.

Gia: Well, no one in your twisted family can hold a candle to him.

Helena: An interesting way of putting it, Ms. Campbell. I have to agree with you.

Stefan: If you'll excuse us.

Helena: Stefan -- Stefan, what are you doing? What's the matter with you?

Stefan: Where's my brother? Tell me!

Stavros: Chloe?

Chloe: The Quartermaines really are expecting me. I do need to go.

Stavros: On the contrary, you really, really have to stay. Now, earlier you were looking at a photo album. Did you find anything in it that interested you? Let's look. Stefan Cassadine, age 8 -- a pathetic, whiny, little worm. God, that's appropriate.

Chloe: So you knew him as a child?

Stavros: Oh, intimately. But, see, it doesn't really matter. He's the same now as he was then.

Chloe: No, he's trying to change.

Stavros: He can't change. Stefan Cassadine is a fraud, a shill, pretending to be something that he isn't. Now, you really should have listened to your instincts that told you to run away from him as far and as fast as you could. But, see, you're really too forgiving for your own good.

Chloe: Stefan has a good heart and he wants to get away from all of this.

Stavros: Stefan never deserved any of this. He thought he did. You know, he actually believed that he was good enough. What a joke. He wasn't fit to shine my shoes let alone sleep with my wife, steal my son, betray me, spit on my memory. But, see, all of that is about to be answered for. The day of reckoning is finally here.

Chloe: Oh, my God. Stavros.

Stavros: Allow me to introduce myself to you by my correct name. I am Prince Stavros Nikolas Mikkosovich Cassadine. Alive and well and doing better by the moment.

Elizabeth: Don't be afraid. Helena can't hurt you. You don't have to listen to what she says anymore.

Lucky: You don't get it, do you? You don't have the faintest idea of what's at stake. You're such a little girl, Elizabeth. You don't even see the big picture.

Elizabeth: Then explain it to me. Make me understand.

Lucky: What are you doing here, anyway? Why are you trying to force yourself on me like this?

Elizabeth: I am trying to help you. Lucky, this big picture -- does it have something to do with your father?

Lucky: Why are you so interested?

Elizabeth: Because it upsets you, and if I'm going to help you, I need to know why. Lucky, I know you don't want to listen to Helena anymore. I don't want you to listen to her.

Lucky: Do you think it matters what you want? What I want?

Elizabeth: What do you want, Lucky?

Lucky: I want to breathe! I feel like I've been suffocated, like I've been buried alive! I feel like I'm burning up! I feel like I'm crawling out of my skin! And you know what? No matter what I do, it doesn't stop. The pounding in my head, Elizabeth! I feel like I'm going crazy, like I'm going to explode! You know, I feel like I want to jump off a cliff just for the rush of it. I feel like I want to walk in a fire and burn up just to feel clean again.

Elizabeth: Okay, stop! Just stop, okay?

Lucky: No, you know what? Nothing stops until this thing is gone.

Elizabeth: Lucky, don't.

Roy: Hey. Did you find her?

Melissa: Nope.

Alan: You know, her condition wasn't very serious. Tony just wanted to keep her in the hospital for observation, but she thought it was a waste of time.

Melissa: Yeah, I know, but why wouldn't she have checked herself out?

Alan: I don't know. Maybe she was in a hurry. Anyway, I'll make a couple of calls, see if my family knows anything. Could be an emergency.

Melissa: Thanks.

Roy: Dr. Quartermaine’s right. I mean, if she wasn't seriously hurt, chances are she's fine wherever she is.

Melissa: Yeah. Okay, look, she -- she was really upset about this dream that she had. I mean, it really shook her up. Apparently, she sees through Helena Cassadine's eyes.

Roy: She sees what? This is Chloe? Chloe --

Mac: Ms. Bedford, we need to talk.

Roy: Oh, you know, Mac, we've already been through this. She told you what she knows.

Mac: She lied, and I'd like to know why.

Stefan: Where is he, Mother? Where is Stavros?

Helena: How do you know?

Stefan: I saw with my own eyes. Tell me how you did it.

Helena: It's -- it's complicated.

Stefan: And it must have cost a fortune. But then you would spare no expense when it comes to your precious first-born.

Helena: I'd be careful how I spoke of him if I were you.

Stefan: You think he's going to hear me? You think he's coming back from the dead? Have I amused you?

Helena: Oh, you have no idea. Tell me, Stefan, what -- now, what exactly is your problem? Why all the questions about Stavros?

Stefan: His crypt is empty.

Helena: You opened his grave?

Stefan: By accident, yes.

Helena: Well, that's the story of your life, isn't it? Tell me, Stefan, what were you going to do? Gloat? Is that the only way you can compete with him and win? In death?

Stefan: Why would you go to all the trouble of building him a crypt, pretending to bring his body over from Greece? What would be the point of that?

Helena: Because I wanted him alive in the Spencers' hearts and in yours. Yes, I wanted him with you constantly. I wanted him to haunt your every thought and your every move.

Stefan: Ooh. You're growing morbid in your old age, Mother. You're trapped in a past that no one cares to look back on. You're a sad, sick, old woman, obsessed with a child who's been dead for years. I can't believe I ever sought your approval.

Helena: And you will never get it.

Stefan: Good. Because I'm finished with you and with this family. I'm getting out. But not until I've donated the entire Cassadine fortune to people more deserving. And you, Mother -- well, I suppose you'll have to fend for yourself.

Helena: You bore me, Stefan. Why don't you go home to that gothic monstrosity that you insisted on buying and wallow in your pathetic delusions?

Stefan: It's no delusion, Mother. I'm leaving tonight with Chloe. And with any luck, I'll never see you again.

Helena: Then this would be good-bye?

Stefan: No, Mother. This would be go to hell.

Chloe: The photo in the album -- you look --

Stavros: Remarkably lifelike? Not bad for a dead guy? Exactly like him?

Chloe: Luke killed you.

Stavros: Well, you know what they say -- they say you can't keep a good man down. I'll give you a hint. Can you say "cryonics"?

Chloe: They froze you.

Stavros: At considerable expense. Call it a prince's ransom. But, see, it takes more than just money. It takes courage and the patience of -- well, the dead. And it also takes a single-minded determination to reclaim what is rightfully yours. And it also takes a damn good sense of humor. Do you have any idea how many bad cryonics jokes are out there?

Chloe: You were frozen for 20 years.

Stavros: Yes. The freezing part was easy. The thawing part -- now, that was hard. You see, the procedure is still experimental, but you know my mother -- I had to be the first. I promise I am real. Ah. Go ahead. You have to feel it to truly appreciate the craftsmanship.

Melissa: Commissioner, I'm dealing with a patient right now. Could this please wait?

Roy: It'll have to wait. Let's go.

Mac: Keep avoiding me and I'll just get a warrant.

Roy: You know, Mac, half the people who met Joseph Sorel probably wanted to see him dead. Probably all the guys who worked for him wanted to see him dead. Why are you focusing on Melissa?

Mac: The other surgical nurse on duty told us what happened in the O.R. the night you ran out. I'm just trying to give you a chance to tell me your version of what happened that night. But it's a one-time-only offer. Now or never.

Melissa: Okay. If I had known that Joseph Sorel was the patient in that room, I never would have walked in there.

Mac: According to the witnesses, you said that Sorel should be dead. Isn't that right?

Roy: Well, you know, she knew who was on the table there. This is the guy who went after women and children. Who wouldn't want to see him dead?

Melissa: Look, it's just that if anything happened to Sorel while I was in there, I would never know if it was because of something that I did, and I couldn't put myself in that position. That's it.

Mac: Because he had your brother killed. That's the other part you forgot to tell me. Your brother, Leo, was brutally murdered on Sorel's orders. Now, that's why you wanted him dead, isn't that right?

Alexis: She's here in your hotel room?

Jax: Come on, let's go see her.

Alexis: No, I can't. I can't.

Jax: Why not?

Alexis: Because I'm scared and I'm not -- I don't know what to do yet. Just let me think.

Jax: You know, you're making a big deal out of this, okay? This is not this hard. You go up and you knock on the door and you introduce yourself. She's expecting you.

[Phone rings]

Alexis: All right, well, I got to change my shoe. This broke.

[Ring]

Jax: You keep your shoes in the desk drawer?

Alexis: Under S.

[Ring]

Jax: Are you going to get that?

Alexis's voice: Hi, it's Alexis. Please leave a message after the tone.

[Answering machine beeps]

Alan: Alexis, it's Alan Quartermaine calling from the hospital. Chloe's turned up missing, and I was wondering if she was with you. Call me when --

Alexis: Hi, hi, it's me. What's going on? No, she isn't. I will.

Jax: Chloe's missing? Well, I'll give you three guesses where she is or who took her. No, I'll give you a hint -- your psycho brother.

Alexis: Now, don't go barging in there like you did the last time.

Jax: Last time? Stefan knocked her out cold. He's desperate. He doesn't seem to hear Chloe when she says no.

Alexis: Have you ever considered the possibility that maybe she went off with him because she wants to?

Jax: You know better. Now, I understand that he was good to you as a kid, okay? But it's time to grow up, Alexis. Stefan's dangerous.

Chloe: Ah!

Stavros: Leaving so soon? I'll try not to take it personally.

Chloe: Okay, I'm sorry, I'm sorry. So I panicked. You scared me.

Stavros: I can't imagine why.

Chloe: I am no threat to you. Stefan is no threat to you. If he is as weak and pathetic as you say he is, why are you wasting your time with him?

Stavros: Oh, I don't know. Fun?

Chloe: Look, I came over here to invite him to Milan with me. I will make him go, and I promise you I won't breathe a word of this. I swear.

Stavros: On your life?

Elizabeth: Lucky, you can't get rid of the Ice Princess. It's the key. It's the only way we can get back who you were.

Lucky: No, I know what I am! This is who I am. But it really doesn't matter anyway, does it, Elizabeth, because Helena's the person I have to listen to.

Elizabeth: No, she isn't.

Lucky: My dad was going to take the queen. Don't you get it? I had to take the king to protect the queen. He killed Stavros. My father is a traitor.

Elizabeth: This isn't you talking. It's Helena. Lucky, before, you could look into my eyes and block out her voice. Try it again, please. Just try it.

Lucky: You know, Elizabeth, your eyes aren't strong enough to stop it now.

Elizabeth: Look at me. Listen to me. We are in love. Do we understand each other? I don't care what Helena's told you. We love each other, and our love will keep you safe. It doesn't matter what she's put in your mind. She can't take away who you are, and she certainly cannot take your soul because I am here in your heart and in your thoughts, giving you strength. Do we understand each other?

Mac: You're not denying it, so I'll assume it's true.

Melissa: Whoa, wait a minute.

Roy: Can't be assuming anything, man. You're a cop. You've got to deal in the facts.

Mac: That's enough. That's enough, Roy. Why did you lie to me about what happened in the O.R.?

Melissa: I didn't.

Mac: Dr. Quartermaine gave me a cover story about you having a headache, and that's why you ran out. And you went along with the story. Now, that's material misrepresentation, no matter how you cut it. Ms. Bedford, if there's something else you want to tell me, now is the time.

Roy: You know, let's just cut to the chase here. A surgical nurse excuses herself from an operation because she has a conflict of interest. And now you are badgering her because you can't come up with any solid leads. That's your problem. It's not hers. Okay, fine, so maybe she -- her reaction to seeing Sorel lying on the operating table wasn't completely professional. This is a surprise to anybody, given what the man did to her brother? I mean, leaving was the responsible thing to do, right, Mac? If she'd wanted to hurt the guy, she could have stayed, pushed the wrong button or turned a dial the wrong way. Left a stray piece of hardware in the guy's gut. God knows that's what I would have done.

Mac: You want to help us refocus the investigation, Roy? Why don't you tell us what you were doing in Sorel's room that night?

Roy: What the hell is that supposed to mean?

Mac: Forensics found fibers that we traced back to your clothing. So let's cut to the chase, Roy. Maybe you can tell us what you were doing in Sorel's room the night of the murder.

Jax: If Chloe wants Stefan to go to Milan with her, then I'll throw them a big party and wish them well. But first I want to make sure that Chloe's all right. Now, are you coming or not?

Alexis: Yes, and as soon as we make sure that Chloe's all right, we'll go see Kristina. Is that a deal?

Jax: Deal.

Alexis: Okay.

Chloe's voice: I know you are trying to be a better person. I think you are a better person. You're making a change. But I don't know if that adds up to love.

Stefan: Chloe, I've seen what my life can be with you in it. I could be happy. I could make you happy. I know that I love you and I want to be with you. I swear, Chloe, I have changed. My family can't touch us ever again.

Stavros: A really amazing performance. Truly inspiring.

Chloe: Listen to me. Stefan has changed. He doesn't want anything to do with your family. He is walking away. Please, just let him go.

Stavros: You think well of everyone, you're so sincere about it. Maybe I should just let the two of you ride off into the sunset. Nah. Stefan hasn't changed at all, and if he knew that I was here with you right now, he would come after me with a vengeance. Forget it.

Chloe: You bastard! Stefan was so right.

Stavros: Do you know something? I liked you so much better when you were all sweet and sunny.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Elizabeth: You feel it, don't you?

Jax: I'm feeling that Chloe needs me, and I have a feeling something's wrong.

Helena: To Stavros.

Stavros: Stefan. You seem surprised to see me.

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