>> Previously on "General Hospital" --
Skye: I know what it's like to lose someone you love.
A.J.: I won't lose Michael.
Roy: I love you, Melissa.
Alexis: Oh, my God.
Skye: Shall we bring down Mr. Corinthos together?
Jax: You're way out of your league.
Mac: We got multiple suspects, conflicting evidence, and no way to force a confession.
Felicia: I may have one.
Zander: Yeah, I'm leaving for the airport in just two minutes. Yeah, I'm just finishing packing. Me, too. You have no idea how much. Just a couple hours, Emily. I -- look, I'm not expecting you to walk. I just -- I just want to hold you. I love you, too. All right.
Officer: Zander Smith?
Zander: What do you want?
Officer: Comm. Scorpio is requesting your cooperation with the Sorel investigation. You need to come with me.
Zander: You know what? I'm going to call my lawyer first.
Officer: Tell it to the commissioner.
Zander: All right, I will.
Mac: Well, what do you think?
Felicia: It's pretty creepy.
Mac: It's perfect.
Felicia: I agree. It makes me want to confess. I didn't do it.
Mac: Let's see what kind of effect it has on a guilty conscience.
Melissa: I have waited so long to hear you say that.
Roy: I loved you for a long time. I'm not sure I ever stopped loving you.
Melissa: I just don't want you to feel like you have to say that because I said it first.
Roy: What? This isn't junior high. I don't say things I don't mean.
Melissa: I know, but --
Roy: I care about you.
Melissa: I know. I know you care about me. I mean, you've been everything. You've been my confidant and my co-conspirator and my woodsman and -- and my friend. My true friend.
Roy: Is that how you think of me, as your friend?
Melissa: It just sounded better than "buddy" or "pal."
Roy: It sounds a hell of a lot better than "buddy," I'll give you that. I don't know.
Roy: Would a pal do that?
Singer: You fill me up with your love oh, I just overflow when we touch I can't get enough
Roy: Does that feel like a friendly kiss to you?
Melissa: No. No friend of mine.
Roy: I think we need to think of something better to call me, maybe.
Melissa: Okay. I can't think of anything. I can't think.
Roy: Maybe we could go back to the one we used before.
Melissa: Okay. That would be the B word?
Singer: I'll give my heart give my soul I won't hold back I'll give you everything
Jax: To better times.
Angel: Better times, which I am sure we'll find.
Jax: Sooner rather than later.
Angel: You know, it's funny how things happen, how people meet, make connections or don't, where they go.
Jax: Or don't.
Angel: You know, we met each other at a really crazy time for both of us.
Angel: And we found comfort in each other. Safety.
Jax: I was grateful for that. I still am.
Angel: You weren't looking for comfort. You wanted Brenda.
Jax: What were you looking for?
Angel: Peace at first. And then -- I don't know -- maybe I wanted to be the woman who got you past Brenda.
Jax: You know, I'm not sure there is a woman who can get me past Brenda. I'm not even sure how much past her I want to be. You know? Letting go just doesn't seem to work for me.
Angel: You've been so good to me, Jax. Try to avoid the mistake I made, one I don't want you to repeat.
Carly: What is that look for?
Bobbie: Well, if you're waiting for me to tie you to the chair to stop you from signing your divorce papers, you can forget about it because you're going to do what you want to do anyway.
Carly: Excuse me.
Bobbie: Well, you know, Carly, you're not exactly the poster girl for "look before you leap."
Carly: Okay, so you don't think that I should sign these, then?
Bobbie: Give me the pen. Give me the pen. For one minute, just detach yourself, okay? Just think about the pros and the cons objectively.
Carly: I am in the middle of the most emotional decision of my life, and you are asking me to be objective? How?
Bobbie: Well, think about your goal. Think about what you really want, and then decide what's helping you get there and what's holding you back. What's the main thing that's driving you right now?
Carly: The possibility of losing Sonny, and especially to another woman -- look, whether it is the lady of loon lake or Alexis, the world's most neurotic lawyer. Look, I hate the thought of Sonny with anyone but me.
Sonny: You okay?
Alexis: I'm okay.
Alexis' voice: How could I be okay? I just dreamed I kissed you.
Alexis: I'm fine.
Sonny: You don't look fine.
Alexis' voice: Oh, my God. He's sitting on the bed. Don't let him sit on the bed. Go stand in the corner. And button your shirt. What's wrong with you? What's wrong with me? He's touching me. His hand is -- is kind of smooth and strong. Stop it. What am I saying?
Sonny: You're flushed.
Alexis' voice: No kidding. This is ridiculous. You can't just sit here and let him touch you. Move away. Get up. Do something.
Sonny: Are you sure you're all right?
Alexis: I'm fine. It was -- it was just a dream.
Sonny: Well, I know how that works. What was it about?
Alexis' voice: Smooth one, Ms. Attorney. Now what?
Bobbie: What rational grounds do you have for believing that Sonny is suddenly interested in Alexis on anything other than a professional basis?
Carly: Well, he is spending the night with her, for one thing.
Bobbie: To protect her. But why should that surprise you? Sonny's always defended the people close to him.
Carly: That is exactly my point. Alexis and Sonny -- they are more than lawyer and client. He thinks she's smart and capable.
Bobbie: Okay, so forget about Alexis. What have you done to earn Sonny's trust lately?
Carly: Oh, thank you, Mother. That is supportive, as always.
Bobbie: Being supportive also means being honest.
Carly: Am I supposed to just be punished for the rest of my life while everybody else gets what they want? Sonny gets the son that he's never had and always wanted, and he gets to go for Alexis, the, what, lawyer/would-be girlfriend while I sign over my rights to him? You know what? You can forget that. I am not going to be the one who is without her chair when the music stops playing. You know what I should do? I should make him choose -- it's either me and Michael or it's nothing.
Bobbie: I think you're losing sight of something here, okay? Who is the most important person in this picture? Now, I'm going to give you a little hint, Carly -- it isn't you, and it isn't Sonny.
Carly: I know it's Michael.
Bobbie: That's right. You got to do what's best for Michael. Oh, honey. I used to think that Sonny was good for both of you. And I used to think that the pros of being with Sonny far outweighed the negatives, but I don't believe that anymore. Partly because of the danger, but mostly because of the way he's treated you. Even knowing that Sonny wants a divorce and that he wants Michael and he doesn't want you, you still want him. Why?
Carly: I am not dreaming, and I'm not delusional. I'm not some resentful, pathetic little girl who refuses to accept when a relationship is over.
Bobbie: What is it, then?
Carly: I love Sonny, and he loves me, and how can I let somebody just take him away from me?
Sonny: Was it like a dream or a nightmare or something?
Alexis' voice: I kind of liked it. That's what's so terrible.
Alexis: It depends on how you look at it. It was startling more than anything else.
Sonny: It might help if you talk about it.
Alexis' voice: Is he doing this on purpose?
Alexis: I'm fine, really. It was just a dream. If we -- if we analyze it, we're going to be up all night.
Sonny: Why is that?
Alexis' voice: What is wrong with you? You're an attorney. Redirect. Get him off the subject.
Alexis: You know how dreams are.
Sonny: No. How are they?
Alexis: They're symbolic.
Alexis: Allegorical. What happens in a dream doesn't really happen, or it's not supposed to happen, and certainly is not what will happen.
Alexis: You know, what if you're a vegetarian and you dream about eating meat. It's not really about the meat. I mean, it's about something else because vegetarians don't dream about meat. Or someone mentions the word "beetle" to you, like the insect, and you dream about John Lennon, although it's not really John Lennon. Unfortunately, John Lennon is not with us anymore. Or you dream about kissing someone.
Alexis' voice: Objection, your honor.
Alexis: And it's because you forgot to brush your teeth.
Sonny: Seriously, have you seen the doctor about the asthma?
Alexis: Not yet.
Sonny: Because, you know, the dreams could be the same thing. It all comes from anxiety or something.
Alexis: Let's just forget about it.
Sonny: I know exactly why you're having these dreams.
Alexis: Why is that?
Sonny: Well, I mean, you know, you're worried about -- Alex -- Alexis?
Sonny: Are you listening to me?
Alexis: I'm listening.
Sonny: You're worried about your sister Kristina and, you know, Helena and Stefan, and your subconscious is probably twisted up like a pretzel.
Alexis: My conscious is very well aware of what my subconscious is thinking, thank you.
Sonny: You know something? You -- you really -- you need to relax. I have great people on Kristina at the Quartermaines and -- look, I'm here with you.
Alexis: I just don't know how to thank you for everything that you're doing.
Sonny: Well, I'm sure that I'll think of a way.
Alexis: What is that supposed to mean?
Sonny: What is wrong with you?
Angel: There's a phase you go through after losing someone, a period of mourning in a way.
Jax: Like you did over Donny?
Angel: You hide and you tell yourself it's temporary, just to sort things out. But it went on for too long in my case.
Jax: Is that what you think I'm doing, hiding?
Angel: For you, loss is as deep and complicated as love. Between Brenda and Chloe, what you're feeling and how you're dealing with it is completely understandable. But living in the shadows too long can skew your judgment and make you prone to bad choices. I basically stopped living for five years.
Jax: Was your time with me a bad choice?
Angel: I don't regret a single second. All I'm saying is to let life in. Let yourself love again. Be open to it.
Jax: Are you suggesting I should settle?
Angel: Iím just saying don't dismiss something or someone because it's not perfect.
Jax: I've had perfect -- once. I suppose that's more than some people ever get.
Angel: Don't be selfish with yourself, Jax. You changed my life, literally. Do that for someone else. She's out there, whoever she is, waiting for you. It's late. You know, I should go. Give my best to Kristina.
Jax: I will. Come here. You'll find it, too, you know -- that better future we toasted.
Angel: Hmm. How's this for irony? I find people for a living, but I have yet to find the person that I'm looking for. Hmm. Win a few games for me.
Jax: See you.
Officer: Angel Sorel Ellis? Comm. Scorpio is asking for your cooperation with the Sorel investigation.
Angel: I've already told him everything I know.
Officer: Commissioner's orders, ma'am. You need to come with me.
Monica: Don't play games, Skye. If you have something to say about Edward, let's hear it.
A.J.: What exactly was Grandfather up to that night, hmm? Blackmail? Larceny? Another bastard child up for auction? No offense.
Edward: Well, I take offense. Nobody in this room should be casting stones -- least of all you, A.J.
A.J.: Was Grandfather responsible for what happened to Sorel?
Edward: Skye there is so desperate for allies that she has taken up with a lush who rightly belongs in detox. Oh, A.J., you have made such a public disgrace of yourself. The saloon keeper who roused us in the middle of the night with your keys actually did a public service, and they were right. No one is safe with a drunken A.J. behind the wheel.
Skye: I wouldn't be so self-righteous about public disgraces if I were you, Grandfather.
Alan: Skye, will you please tell us, what is this all about?
Lila: Yes, dear, please do. I've been sitting here feeling rather curious myself.
Alexis: I'm --
Alexis: Oh. I'm a little jumpy.
Sonny: You know what? Why don't you go upstairs, go to sleep.
Alexis: I will, I will. I -- I -- I'm sorry. I'm such a lunatic.
Sonny: I'm used to it. Sweet dreams.
[Knock on door]
Alexis: Would Johnny knock?
Sonny: Stay here. Who is it?
Sonny: What's this about?
Officer: Michael Corinthos Jr.?
Alexis: Have you been able to locate Stefan Cassadine?
Officer: I'm afraid not.
Alexis: What about his business associate, the one who assaulted Det. Capelli?
Officer: I'm not working the Cassadine case, ma'am. I'm here for Mr. Corinthos. The commissioner's requesting your cooperation with the Sorel investigation.
Sonny: Yeah, well, tell him to call me during business hours. I think I have an opening first of the month.
Officer: You need to come with me now.
Alexis: I'll get dressed. I'll go down to the station with you.
Officer: We won't be going to the station.
Sonny: Who says I'm going anywhere?
Officer: The commissioner instructed me to tell you that if you don't comply, he'll interrogate Mrs. Corinthos without you.
Sonny: Carly -- what -- what's this about?
Bobbie: If love were enough, you would be together. Love is the look you see in someone's eyes. It's the way you feel in their arms. It's an absolute miracle. But, honey, it's only one side of the coin. Love without trust has nowhere to go.
Carly: I'll make Sonny trust me again.
Bobbie: I meant you. You don't trust him any more than he trusts you.
Carly: Oh, that's not true.
Bobbie: Yes, it is. Because if you did trust him, it wouldn't matter that he's with Angel or Alexis or anybody else because that's what love is. And until you and Sonny can share that kind of love and that kind of trust, then hanging on to this relationship can only hurt. It's a big mistake, maybe even more than signing those divorce papers.
Carly: You know, whoever it is, I am not in the mood for it.
Bobbie: I'll take care of it. Hi. Okay, Carly?
Lila: Thank you, Alice. That'll be all. I'm waiting for an answer, Edward.
Edward: Well, it's -- it's nothing, Lila. Skye is just playing a little game with me. Don't worry about it.
Lila: I'd like to hear that from Skye.
Skye: You look so worried. Please, don't be. The last person in this house who should be upset is you.
Edward: I couldn't agree more.
Lila: The only thing that upsets me, dear, is not being told the truth.
Skye: Don't worry. It's nothing. It's -- it's just me giving him a taste of his own medicine.
Lila: If that is truly all it is, then good for you, Skye. Somebody has to give it back to him.
Skye: Don't you worry. I'll make it my top priority.
Alice: Excuse me.
Edward: What? Who's at the door?
Alice: It's the fuzz. You want me to get rid of them or what?
Roy: You want this as bad as I do?
Melissa: Yeah. Yeah, I do. More than anything.
[Knock on door]
Melissa: Oh, please --
Roy: God --
Melissa: No, no, no, no, no. They'll go way. It's probably just Bruno.
Man: Melissa Bedford, open up. It's the police.
Melissa: Oh, my God. What do you want?
Officer: Comm. Scorpio is requesting your cooperation with the Sorel investigation.
Melissa: All right.
Roy: No, no, that's not all right.
Officer: Roy DiLucca?
Roy: Yeah? Yeah?
Officer: Commissioner wants to see you, too. If both of you will come with me, please?
Mac: When it comes to people, you've got the best instincts I know, Felicia. Keep your ears and eyes open. Tell me what you think.
Felicia: Easy enough.
Mac: I'll keep this thing moving. The trick is to catch whoever's guilty off guard.
Felicia: Make him reveal something he wasn't planning to.
Mac: Or her.
Felicia: Or her.
Mac and Felicia: Showtime.
Mac: Well, thank you for coming.
Alexis: This is highly irregular and a major inconvenience. Better be good.
Mac: If everything goes as I hope, it'll be better than good.
Carly: Sonny -- what are we doing here? What is this place?
Sonny: Ask her.
Edward: How the police could barge in here at this hour of the night and practically drag off Alan and Monica and A.J. and leave the likes of you -- well, it's -- it's just sheer lunacy.
Skye: Maybe I should go after them and talk to them. I've got lots to tell. Would you like me to implicate you in what happened to Joseph Sorel, or would you like the family to find out what you really did? Maybe I should go talk to Lila.
Edward: I can't believe that you would really do this.
Skye: Oh, what you can't believe is that I caught you, Grandfather. But be warned -- I've only stayed silent this long for Grandmother. You're not off the hook. Not by a long shot.
Edward: All right. Let's get down to business. What do you want to keep quiet?
Skye: You know very well what I want -- a larger share of ELQ, a guaranteed position in this company.
Edward: In other words, you want to be bought off, huh?
Skye: I think it's only fair after I was sold off.
Edward: I saw this coming. Mm-hmm. The minute you walked in here, I felt it in the pit of my stomach. And it was only through some misguided sense of family responsibility that I held out my hand to you, only to have it bitten off.
Skye: Oh, please. You only reached out to me for the sole purpose of squashing Ned and A.J. That's what you're all about -- getting what you want no matter who stands in your way, just like you did to poor Zander.
Edward: Then maybe you should learn from his mistakes. You'd do well not to antagonize me, young lady. I am more than capable of taking care of myself.
Sonny: Go ahead, Angel. Tell us why we're here.
Carly: Oh, this is her idea? So, what's she up to now?
Alexis: It's not going to do anyone any good to lose their temper.
Carly: Okay, I don't remember asking you for an opinion, Counselor, so why don't you butt out? Let's have it, Angel. What are you up to?
Angel: I don't know why we're here any more than you do.
Carly: Oh, you're still not a better liar, are you?
Sonny: You know what? Angel didn't arrange this. The commissioner did.
Mac: He's right.
Sonny: So, the officer said you wanted full cooperation on the Sorel investigation. What are we waiting for?
Mac: A few more guests.
Alexis: You okay?
Zander: The police couldn't even keep Sorel in jail. Now they're going to prosecute somebody for getting rid of him, doing the world a favor? I'll give you three guesses who they're going to prosecute.
Alexis: Zander, do yourself a favor -- don't talk.
Zander: Oh, don't worry. I'm already in trouble. I get that.
Alexis: You're only here because of your past relationship with Sorel.
Zander: Alexis, I'm here because they think I'm guilty.
Alexis: If it's a small comfort to you, look around. You're not the only one.
Sonny: You're not nervous, are you?
Mike: What have I got to be nervous about?
Sonny: How long since you've been here?
Angel: Not long enough.
Sonny: Must bring back pretty bad memories, huh?
Angel: That's just it -- brings back the good ones. That's what hurts.
Bobbie: Are you okay?
Carly: Will you look at him? He's so calm and collected. Nothing fazes him. Oh, God, will you look at the two of them? I'm going to throw up. They're drooling over him like -- like I'm not even here.
Bobbie: Okay, look, I don't know about Angel, but lighten up a little, okay? Alexis is his lawyer.
Carly: You don't -- you don't need to stay. I'll be fine.
Bobbie: The police came for me, too. I'm a suspect.
Mac: So, what do you think?
Felicia: So far, everybody's just nervous.
Mac: Even Sonny?
Felicia: Even Sonny. Whether it's for himself or for somebody else, I can't quite tell. What's Bobbie doing here?
Mac: Felicia, look, I know Bobbie is a long shot, but think about it for a minute. What would you do if Sorel kept coming after Maxie and Georgie over and over again?
Felicia: I don't know.
Mac: Well, neither do I, and that's the point. I think anybody is capable of anything if they're pushed hard enough.
Felicia: The natives are getting restless.
Zander: Somebody want to tell us what we're doing here?
Mac: A little patience, please.
Sonny: You said you wanted cooperation, Mac. Here we are. You say -- you know, you tell us why, or we're going to leave.
Mac: Do you have a pressing engagement, Sonny? You're not getting nervous, are you?
Sonny: You're wasting my time, and it's very limited.
Alan: You better have a damn good reason for dragging us out of the house like a bunch of common criminals. What the hell is this all about?
Mac: What it's been about all along -- the Joseph Sorel case.
Melissa: Any idea what this place is?
Roy: No, but the vibe is real bad.
Melissa: Good. I thought it was just me.
Roy: One thing -- I want you to promise me that whatever happens here tonight won't take away from where we were, what we just said.
Melissa: I promise.
Mac: Good. We're all here now. I think you all know Felicia. She's been gracious enough to give me a hand tonight. And I don't want anyone laboring under a misimpression, so I'll tell you upfront -- your presence here tonight is strictly voluntary.
Alexis: My client was detained by a uniformed police officer. His presence was coerced. So it is well within his rights to refuse to answer any and all questions.
Mac: Duly noted, Counselor. Look, I'd like to keep this as informal as possible, so why don't we make ourselves comfortable?
Roy: We're not going to be here long enough.
Mac: I think we might.
Zander: You can't hold anybody here. It's voluntary. You just said that.
Mac: I can make it compulsory if I wish. There's a matter of perjury charges pending after your false kidnapping allegation against Ms. Ellis.
Carly: Oh, please. You can do better.
Mac: Well, if I have to. Oh, Zander -- for someone who was instructed not to leave town, you sure were packing a heavy bag. And do you realize how many nasty parking tickets you can accumulate outside the hospital? You, too, Dr. Quartermaine? Oh, and as for the two of you, I mean, the evidence we've collected so far -- well, it's -- it's enough to mount a prima facie case of at least some involvement.
Sonny: But I didn't do anything, right, Commissioner? So I'm leaving. My attorney's going to stay to make sure Zander, Carly, and Mike's rights are protected. Go ahead, tell them, Alexis, that they didn't do anything wrong. And if you keep them here without a cause, I will sue you and your sorry department for every dime you got.
Alexis: I can do that.
A.J.: Where do you think you're going? You think a guy with your criminal resume just gets to walk out?
Sonny: Do you really think you're going to stop me?
A.J.: Commissioner -- I think I have something interesting you might want to hear. How about some real charges?
Alexis: Against whom?
A.J.: Your client. Sonny forced me to sign away my son.
Skye: Trying to intimidate me to crawl under a rock somewhere isn't going to work. Not with what I know.
Edward: Are you that bitter, that selfish, that you would turn this family upside down, hmm? For what? To curry favor? To gain acceptance? To delude yourself with some feelings of self-worth?
Skye: Oh, please. You are so self-righteous, I could gag. You know you have everyone in this house jumping through hoops to get your approval? And for the life of me, I don't know why they even want it. You don't love anybody, Grandfather, except for yourself.
Edward: Oh, brother. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black.
Skye: You know what puzzles me, though? When you turned. What made you like this?
Edward: If you expect me to fall to my knees in some soul-bearing lament of a tragic childhood, you are in for a real disappointment. I do not have to excuse my actions. Everything that I do is to keep this family together. For no matter what you or anyone else think, I love this family, and that includes A.J.! Given the chance, I -- I might have loved you. But, oh, no. You wasted no time in destroying any possibility of that, just like you did with your birth mother and probably the rest of the Chandlers as well. So, little Miss Skye, if you -- if you want to do battle, you sound your trumpets! You may win this skirmish, but, by God, you will not win the war! And in the end, you will end up broken and unwanted -- exactly where you started!
Alan: Are you saying that Sonny's responsible for your disappearance?
A.J.: And you all bought it.
Monica: Bought what? What are you talking about, A.J.?
A.J.: My loving family assumed that I was sleeping off a drunken stupor under a rock somewhere while Sonny here had me held up in an abandoned meat locker, trying to force me to sign over the rights to my son. Right?
Alan: You didn't do it, did you?
A.J.: In the end, I had no choice, Dad. And I'll bet you went straight to Carly with the papers, right? Huh, Sonny?
Alan: You are such a lowlife.
Monica: You are despicable!
Sonny: Those are pretty serious charges, A.J.
Alexis: Do you have proof?
A.J.: He kept me locked up for days, Alexis. His goons tried to -- tried to force me to sign away my rights. And when I still refused, what'd you do, huh? Brought in a couple of bottles of vodka for me, didn't you, buddy?
Alan: Oh, you didn't take a drink, did you, A.J.?
A.J.: I signed instead, Dad. It was the only chance I had to get out of there alive, right, Sonny?
Alan: So help me God, if this is true, Sonny, there'll be no place for you to hide from me.
Sonny: I don't think you want the cops, you know, hearing you making these threats.
Monica: Everyone knows what you are capable of. Now it has finally caught up with you.
Alexis: There's a lot of indiscriminate charges being thrown around here.
A.J.: You want proof, Alexis? Zander -- come on, man, you were there. Go ahead. Tell them.
Zander: I -- I have no idea what you're talking about.
A.J.: Don't do that, man. Don't do it. Come on. Don't -- don't cover for him.
Zander: I'm sorry, A.J. I know you're upset --
A.J.: You're lying! Don't -- what -- what, has he got something over you? Is he threatening you?
Zander: No, of course not.
Alan: Zander, just tell us the truth. We all know you work for Sonny. We'll get you protection. The police are right here. They've heard everything that we've said.
Zander: I already -- I already told you. I -- I'm sorry.
A.J.: You're not sorry. Sorry is when my sister hears about this.
Carly: Oh, don't, don't. Don't use Emily against Zander. If he says he doesn't know anything, then he doesn't know --
Sonny: Don't waste your time. It's a pattern with A.J. He makes mistakes, he does stupid things, and then all of a sudden he turns around and tries to justify it. Isn't that what -- isn't that what drunks do? Huh? You find excuses, and all of a sudden it's worse than it was before. Isn't that right?
A.J.: You know what?
A.J.: Your threats don't scare me, man.
Mac: All right, all right. You know what? This is all fascinating. This is all fascinating. But it's way off the point.
Alan: Extortion is not the point?
Mac: You guys? Why don't you wait outside? Go on. A.J., you want to come downtown and file official charges down at the police station, you're more than welcome to do that -- if you have proof to back up these allegations.
Mac: If. But tonight we're here about a different crime, and I think it's time we got to it.
Skye: Well. Mr. Jacks. Imagine seeing you here. Does this mean that you're about to reconsider my proposition?
Edward: Reginald? Get the car. There's someplace I have to be. You're not Reginald. What have you done with the butler?
Alice: He's asleep. It's a waste of time, if you ask me. Won't I do?
Edward: No. Wake him up. There's no rest for the wicked here.
Mac: This is the most frustrating case I've ever encountered. Each new piece of the puzzle changes the picture, and suddenly none of them fit. Except one -- the last piece of evidence that we've collected. You see, it tells us exactly what happened to this man. He's here tonight with us in a very real, very substantial way, and so is the person responsible, who at this moment is standing right next to one of you.
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Skye: I'm just going to call the police.
Stefan: We can join forces and take control.
Laura: Could you have done anything to have given yourself away?
Nikolas: No, I played it perfect.
Alan: He's the one you're after.