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Laura: Have you talked to Gia about any of this?
Nikolas: Gia wouldn't understand.
Elizabeth: Let's not think about the past or the future. Let's just enjoy ourselves.
Zander: I couldn't keep lying to her face.
Sonny: That's what you get paid to do!
Zander: You don't understand. This is not --
Sonny: Get out! Zander didn't follow my orders. What do you want me to tell you?
Alexis: You want to know how I feel about you? I think you stink.
Gia: Are you almost through?
Gia: Almost, in, like, another hour or a couple of minutes?
Nikolas: Well, that depends. Would that be with or without distractions?
Gia: Is that what I am? A distraction?
Nikolas: Only in the most desirable sense of that word.
Nikolas: Excuse me?
Gia: When I say "black," what's the first word that comes to your mind?
Nikolas: Why are we doing this?
Gia: It's a game, Nikolas. Word associations.
Nikolas: I know what it is. Besides, that's the first thing that came to my mind -- why are we doing this?
Gia: Well, you once told me that you would never be too busy for me, no matter what, and I'm just trying to make sure that's still true.
Nikolas: Well, I tell you what -- if you let me finish here, I will do whatever you want. And besides, I have a few games in mind myself.
Gia: Will you just try this one, and then I will let you finish, I promise.
Nikolas: Fine. "Pearl."
Nikolas: Well, you said "black," I said "pearl." You've never heard of black pearls?
Nikolas: You mean "sun," like, in the sky or as in "son" as somebody's child?
Gia: In the sky.
Nikolas: "Love of my life."
Gia: Well, that's sweet, but it's too many words.
Nikolas: No. Not nearly enough.
Gia: Wait a minute. We're not through. "Father."
Nikolas: What is this really about?
Lucky: So, what do you think, huh? It's pretty cool.
Elizabeth: Yeah, very.
Lucky: It's not big enough for you?
Elizabeth: Lucky, it's big enough for 10 of me.
Lucky: So it's too big?
Elizabeth: No. No, no. It's fine, really.
Elizabeth: Well, it wasn't necessary.
Lucky: Well, what fun is necessary? I just wanted it to be romantic, special, like nothing we've ever done before. Which reminds me -- for you.
Elizabeth: Oh, Lucky, they're beautiful. Thank you. Ouch.
Lucky: You okay?
Elizabeth: Yeah, I am.
Lucky: Here, let me see it. Oh. All better?
Elizabeth: I just hope this isn't a sign of things to come.
Zander: Hey. What's up?
Carly: I'm up. Can't you tell? I just gave Jax a tour of the club.
Carly: And he was very impressed. He signed off on everything.
Zander: That's great. I'm happy for you.
Carly: Hey, how'd it go with Sonny?
Zander: Oh, about like I figured.
Carly: You told him the truth?
Zander: Yeah. I told him that you knew what was going on.
Carly: You told him that -- how he had you looking out for me and --
Zander: Yeah, he was cool with it.
Carly: Good. Hmm. Think fast. What's that in your hand?
Zander: A stapler.
Carly: Oh, good. You can tell the truth. Okay, I'm going to ask you one more time. How did things go with Sonny?
Ned: Come here often? You should. I've never seen you more beautiful.
Alexis: Are you drunk?
Ned: Not yet. So what are you doing here?
Alexis: What does it look like I'm doing?
Ned: Exercising. But why?
Alexis: Because I'm expanding my muscles.
Alexis: And getting healthy.
Ned: "Getting healthy." But you hate getting healthy. Whether it's jogging or swimming or Tae-Bo or tae kwon do or baton twirling --
Alexis: I'm into health. I'm all about health now.
Ned: Wrong answer. Thank you for playing. We have some lovely parting gifts for you.
Alexis: Are you all right?
Ned: I've never been better. But we're talking about you. So what's up with this health kick? It must be about something else. Or someone else.
Alexis: Is it so hard to believe that I'm exercising just because I want to exercise?
Scott: Hey. Alexis. Hiya, Ned.
Alexis: Scott, I'm begging you not to say anything that upsets me.
Scott: Oh, I would never do that. I'm just wondering if your evening got a little better when you went off with the don?
[Knock on door]
Johnny: Sonny? Somebody to see you.
Johnny: Alexis' sister.
Sonny: All right. Just tell her to come back. It's not a good time right now.
Kristina: Excuse me. Sonny, who the hell do you think you are?
Kristina: What did you say to my sister?
Johnny: Sonny, do you want me to escort her back across the hall?
Sonny: Johnny, no, no, no. I'll handle it.
Kristina: Yeah, like you handled Alexis? I don't think so.
Sonny: I don't have to explain myself to anybody.
Kristina: That's the exact problem. Don't you get it?
Sonny: You know what, Kristina? I appreciate the fact that you think you have the answer to everybody's problem, but I have not ever asked you to interfere in my life or my business. We're done here.
Kristina: I'm not leaving until I say what I came to say.
Sonny: Go home, Kristina. That way I don't have to tell your sister that you came over here and suddenly forgot your manners.
Kristina: What would you know about manners?
Sonny: Well, I know enough not to barge into another person's home and start lecturing them on subjects I know nothing about.
Kristina: You can't dismiss me, Sonny. I don't work for you, okay? And you may be number one on the F.B.I.'s most wanted list, but that gives you no right to hurt my sister.
Alexis: If you've come to remind me why I should never date, speak, or have any contact with you whatsoever, mission accomplished.
Scott: Okay, but I just want to say I feel the same way, except for the fact, you know, I did get stuck with the check.
Alexis: Look at me --
Bobbie: Come here.
Scott: What? What's going on here?
Bobbie: Hey, hey. I'm saving you from yourself.
Bobbie: Obviously, your skills with the opposite sex need a little work.
Scott: Are you kidding? The best thing I did was to dump her the other night. You know what? I hooked up with this girl who thinks I'm, you know, the cat's meow. She thinks that I walk on water. How do you like that?
Bobbie: She does?
Scott: Why would you say it like that?
Bobbie: Obviously, you won't be needing my consultant services anymore.
Ned: I think that weight should be good for you. All right. Hands up. Put your hands on the bar and just pull it down in front of your chest.
Alexis: You think this weight will be good for --
Alexis: You know, this is really irritating.
Ned: The machine?
Alexis: No, you. Go ahead, ask me. I know you're dying to.
Ned: Ask you about what?
Ned: I'm not going to ask you about Sonny.
Alexis: Yes, you are. You want to know. Everybody seems to want to know. And then you're going ask me, I'm going to tell you, and then you'll tell me how bad he is.
Ned: Turn around. Put your hands up on the bar. Come on. Here we go. All the way down. There you go. It's the perfect weight for you.
Gia: It's just a game, Nikolas. Why? Is it making you uncomfortable?
Nikolas: I would just like to finish up here, that's all.
Gia: Well, you said you would play. "Father."
Nikolas: "Two-way Street." Too many words? Are we done with the psychoanalysis now?
Gia: I've decided that you are in desperate need of a romantic evening alone with your gorgeous fianc�e, topped off by a night of intense lovemaking, which should take hours and leave us both completely exhausted, at which point, we'll begin again.
Nikolas: Hmm. Tough to pass that up, huh? Well, I'll tell you what -- I will take you wherever you want, and then I will take you where I want. Now I am going to get dressed.
Gia: Okay. Men. They'll do anything to keep from telling the damned truth.
Lucky: All right. Good as new.
Elizabeth: Thank you.
Elizabeth: Lucky, are you okay?
Lucky: Why wouldn't I be? I'm not the one who pricked my finger.
Lucky: Elizabeth, have I done something wrong?
Elizabeth: No. No. I just wanted to make sure.
Lucky: Well, I'm fine.
Lucky: You look great. Did I say that already? Well, you look so good, I had to say it twice. And I like your hair like that. And that dress is amazing. Oh, look at that, new shoes.
Elizabeth: Hey, you're not supposed to notice new shoes.
Lucky: Excuse me? I'm a fashion photographer. I've actually trained myself to pay attention to details.
Elizabeth: Oh. Okay.
Lucky: How about a drink?
Elizabeth: Oh, no, thanks. I'm fine.
Lucky: Are you sure? I made sure that the bar was fully stocked with everything.
Elizabeth: Okay. I'll have some water.
Lucky: All right. Water. Coming right up.
Lucky: Oh. I'm sorry. I didn't --
Elizabeth: It's okay.
Lucky: All righty.
Lucky: Ahem. Is that enough? Yeah?
Lucky: Oh, I'm sorry. I'm so stupid.
Elizabeth: No, that's okay. That's okay.
Lucky: Hey! What's going on up there?
Elizabeth: Lucky, calm down. It's --
Lucky: This guy's a limo driver, Elizabeth. He's supposed to know how to drive a limo.
Elizabeth: No, it was an accident, okay? Just relax.
Lucky: Will you just take it easy up there, Vob, huh? First, the thorn, now the water. What horrible thing did we do, Lord? I mean, why are you making this so hard on us?
Elizabeth: Lucky, I don't think it's God who's making this so hard. It's you.
Lucky: What have I done?
Elizabeth: Nothing. I didn't mean that the way it sounded.
Lucky: Yeah? How did you mean?
Elizabeth: I just think you're trying a little too hard.
Lucky: Trying too hard to be romantic, Elizabeth? I just wanted the night to be special, that's all.
Elizabeth: Being with you is special. Lucky, all of this -- the roses, the limousine -- it's very nice, but, I mean, it's not important.
Lucky: You're what's important. And as long as we have all this stuff, we might as well enjoy it, right?
Elizabeth: Yeah, fine, let's enjoy it, but that's not what tonight's about.
Lucky: Tonight's about us. It's about you and me reconnecting, getting comfortable with each other by giving ourselves a chance to find out what we've lost.
Elizabeth: Are you? Comfortable?
Lucky: But I'm getting there. We both will.
Elizabeth: Well, it can't be forced.
Lucky: Elizabeth, this sort of thing takes time. We both know that. I talked to Kevin. He said the same thing.
Lucky: Yes, I went and saw him yesterday.
Elizabeth: Really? And you spoke about us?
Lucky: Yeah, I was just wanting an objective opinion, you know? And he knows us pretty well. He seemed to think that we were doing the right thing, that we deserve this, we owed each other this chance. But people don't fall in love in one date. It's a process, it takes time, and it doesn't happen overnight, Elizabeth.
Elizabeth: Hmm. I fell in love with you the moment I saw you. That's never changed. Lucky, tonight -- it's extremely thoughtful and really lovely. But when I look in your eyes, I don't see what I used to -- my love reflected back.
Lucky: Give us a chance. We've just had a little bad luck, that's all.
Elizabeth: There was a time when we used to be -- we would have been on the floor laughing about all this, Lucky. But we're not because we're not the same. So maybe we just -- we ought to give in and face it.
Maitre d': Ah, Mr. Cassadine.
Nikolas: How are you, sir?
Maitre d': Ms. Campbell.
Maitre d': Right this way, please.
Nikolas: Thank you. You certainly know how to make an entrance.
Gia: So you've noticed?
Nikolas: Well, I'm not the only one.
Gia: Well, that's the whole point, right? I mean, I have had a lot of practice, being a public figure and all.
Nikolas: And you love every minute of it.
Gia: Well, you could learn to love it, too, because like it or not, people notice the both of us.
Gia: I just happen to be a little bit more comfortable with it.
Nikolas: Are you?
Gia: Well, that only makes sense. I went after my position, and you inherited yours reluctantly, though.
Nikolas: Do we have to discuss this tonight?
Gia: I just want you to know that I do understand things, a lot of things, even things that you think I couldn�t.
Nikolas: How much did you hear? You heard me speaking with my mother, didn't you? You were eavesdropping.
Gia: You're damn right I was.
Zander: It went fine.
Carly: "Fine"? "Fine" is like "nice" -- it's a word you use when you want to avoid how you're feeling or, in this case, what really happened.
Zander: Sonny and I said what we had to and we walked away.
Carly: Don't you think I know Sonny better than that, how he reacts when somebody tells him something he doesn't want to hear?
Zander: It's between Sonny and me, okay?
Carly: He fired you, didn't he?
Zander: Yeah. What? What? Look, if you expect me to complain, forget it. All right, he told me what to do, I chose to do something else. I'll deal with the consequences.
Carly: Fine, as long as you realize this isn't about you. Sonny is Sonny. He is the most consistent man on the planet, okay? He won't trust anybody, and he ends up hurting himself and other people because of it because he won't give anyone a second chance. Forget about Sonny. I'm worried about you.
Zander: Don�t. I'm cool.
Carly: Yeah, you're also unemployed.
Zander: I'll find something.
Carly: Maybe. Eventually.
Zander: Thanks. Try not to build my confidence too much.
Carly: Hey, I have total confidence in you, okay? And I have an idea.
Zander: Not interested.
Carly: You haven't even heard it.
Zander: Let's keep it that way.
Carly: Okay, I'm going to try not to be offended here.
Zander: Hey, nothing personal. I'm just still trying to recover from your last idea -- fixing me up.
Carly: You know, you didn't even give that one a chance.
Zander: Oh, yeah. Yeah, I did.
Zander: It was a disaster. Actually, it was several disasters. So if this is anything similar, thanks, but, no, thanks.
Carly: Okay. Okay, just listen, okay? Listen to me for a minute. You were just fired for being loyal, brave, and trustworthy. Right? If Sonny doesn't want those qualities in an employee, fine. I do. Why don't you come work for me?
Zander: I don't -- I don't think that's such a good idea.
Carly: Why not?
Sonny: My dealings with Alexis are none of your business.
Kristina: When my sister is being hurt, it's my business.
Sonny: I doubt Alexis would agree.
Kristina: How would you even know? When was the last time that you paid attention to how Alexis felt, what Alexis thought? You're too busy using her when it's convenient for you. Whatever you need, Sonny -- you need a lawyer, you need a place for your sister to stay, you need someone to fly with you to Puerto Rico -- you just expect Alexis to be around ready, willing, and able to be at your beck and call at all hours. Now, Alexis says that you have a heart somewhere inside of there, and I guess I have to believe her because Alexis has a good judge of character, but this idea that what you say goes, that everyone else's feelings or thoughts don't matter -- forget it, Sonny. You don't set the rules here despite what everyone in this town seems to think. You're no better than anybody else.
Sonny: I never claimed to be.
Kristina: Well, that's how you act. That's how you treat people. You do know what karma is, don't you?
Kristina: Right. You do good things, good things happen to you. You do bad things, bad things happen to you. You may be scary to most people, but I'm not scared. You treat my sister better.
Sonny: You know what? All I know is Alexis came here, she said she wanted to tell me how she felt -- whatever. I said to her that, you know, I'd give her anything she wanted, and, bam, just like that, she went off on me.
Kristina: Well, you -- you had no idea what Alexis came here to tell you?
Sonny: I'm not a mind reader, Kristina, you know?
Kristina: Well --
Sonny: She comes here, she says I stink, and she walks out. You know what? I can't -- if she's not happy with me, that's her choice. She can leave.
Kristina: That is the way that you treat someone who's in love with you?
Sonny: What'd you say?
Sonny: What'd you say?
Kristina: You heard me, Sonny. I said that, you know, Alexis is one of God's genuinely loving creatures. I mean, she loves everything, everybody, from tree frogs to -- to gangsters, and, I mean, you know better than anybody she loves her clients and she loves her friends and she loves small children and small animals and other such creatures and -- you know, of course Alexis loves, you but broadly -- I mean, generally, familiarly, in a friendly, general sort of way, and -- I mean, you didn't -- you didn't think that I was, like, implying --
Kristina: Implying anything romantic? Not only are you self-centered and karmically challenged, but your ego is really out of control.
Kristina: Yeah. I got to go.
Sonny: Okay, wait a minute. Wait. What about --
Kristina: My God. Oh, my God. Oh, my God.
Ned: Easy. Easy now.
Alexis: I've had it.
Ned: Come on, a few more strokes.
Alexis: No, with you. Why don't you just ask me about Sonny?
Ned: Because your life is your life.
Alexis: Well, that's a little too zen even for you.
Ned: All right. You really want to know?
Alexis: Yes, I do.
Ned: Okay. I don't know what had happened, but somewhere along the line, I became this person that I don't particularly like. So, I've decided to remake myself into anything I want -- you know, be who I am. And I know that sounds a little zen-like, but it's true. I've been watching my grandfather fight for his life, and I've decided that I'm going to fight for mine, and that means starting to care of myself first and stop worrying about everyone else, and that means stop worrying about you and your love life, so your love life is your business.
Alexis: I don't have a love life, I'm alone, and I like it that way because I don't have to negotiate, I don't have to compromise. I can just focus on my work. I can just focus on my general practice, which is what I'm going to do because I'm the happiest single person I know. Do you see how happy I am?
Ned: Let's work on your triceps.
Scott: Hey, Bobbie, Bobbie, you got to hide me.
Bobbie: Why? You got another date from hell?
Scott: Well, I don't know. You know the girl I hooked up with after I got rid of Alexis?
Bobbie: Oh, ye, yeah, yeah -- the one who thinks you walk on water.
Scott: Yeah, well, whatever. Anyway, she's all over me like a cheap suit. I think she's falling in love with me.
Bobbie: Yeah? Well, oh, good. That's good.
Scott: No, wait a minute. Now, wait a second. Now, don't -- don't --
Bobbie: Hey, hey, hey. You know, I thought that's what you wanted.
Scott: Bobbie -- Bobbie, listen, it's just that, you know -- ahem � not after one date, you know? I mean -- don't get me wrong. I did turn up the Scotty magnetism a little bit high, and I brought out some of my old standard moves, you know, and -- I just think she could possibly be a stalker.
Bobbie: Oh, well, you know what, Scott? I mean, I think you're good. You're not that good.
Scott: No, I'm not saying it's me. See, this guy just dumped her, so the first guy that came along and showed her a good time, which was me, you know -- she just thinks that she's in love now.
Bobbie: Oh, well, sounds to me like the two of you are a perfect match.
Woman: Scotty! Oh, there you are. I've been looking for you everywhere. Ah!
Gia: Be as angry with me as you want, but I'm not going to apologize for doing what I thought was right.
Nikolas: Listening in on a private conversation?
Gia: You're cutting me out of your life.
Nikolas: How can you say that?
Gia: How can you deny it? You've got so much going on inside and you're not letting me in. You're not being honest with me.
Nikolas: Fine. You're right. Okay? There is a lot going on right now, and most of it I haven't had time to process myself.
Gia: Nikolas, we promised that we wouldn't keep secrets from each other.
Nikolas: So what about deliberately eavesdropping?
Gia: I was trying to help the man who I happen to love, who obviously doesn't want my help.
Nikolas: Of course I do. That's not even the point.
Gia: So what is? Look, if you won't say it, then I will. It's Stavros, isn't it? I don't understand. If I can get over it, then why can't you?
Nikolas: He was my father. I can't just get over him. What the hell is wrong with you? Think about how long it's taken you to deal with your mother, who is still alive, I might add, and who's done nothing worse than expect you to go to college.
Lucky: While I'm paying attention to you and I'm giving you compliments, it's like -- it's like you feel uncomfortable, like it's artificial, like it's forced or something like that.
Elizabeth: Well, that's because it is.
Lucky: But if I treat you like a friend, Elizabeth -- I -- it's like I'm -- I'm being dishonest.
Elizabeth: Lucky, this is supposed to be about you and me and what we really feel, not flowers and limousines or any of that. I just can't stand the look in your eye. Will you order for me? I'm going to go to the ladies' room.
Elizabeth: Men. My God.
Gia: Men. Unbelievable.
Gia: Maybe I shouldn't ask, but what's the matter with you?
Elizabeth: You wouldn't understand.
Gia: I swear, if one more person tells me tonight that I wouldn't understand, I'm going to rip their head off and have my brother lock me up for life.
Elizabeth: All right, jeez. You really want to know? Okay, something hit me tonight, something very sad because it's true -- good intentions aren't enough.
Gia: What happened?
Elizabeth: Honestly, Gia, I don't know. Lucky -- he's trying so hard, and it's -- but it's fake and it's strained and it's just wrong.
Gia: Elizabeth, just give him the chance. I mean, you don't fall back in love in one day.
Elizabeth: Now you sound like him.
Gia: Maybe he's right.
Elizabeth: And maybe you just don't get it.
Gia: Elizabeth, look, I know how you are. If Lucky wasn't trying so hard, you would still be complaining. Would you be happier if Lucky was some jerk who took you out to dinner and pretended not to scope out every other gorgeous woman in the room?
Elizabeth: You totally just miss the point.
Nikolas: Listen, I am sorry about what happened at Wyndemere, all right? I didn't mean to take my frustrations out on you. I've just been dealing with a lot lately, you know? Maybe too much.
Lucky: You know, there's nothing that I would like better than to have things back the way they used to be -- and not just between you and me.
Nikolas: So how's -- how's Elizabeth?
Lucky: Just when I think things can't get any worse, I've managed to pull it off.
Woman: Oh, my God. The two guys I wanted to see more than anybody. Of course, who wouldn't want to see the two best-looking guys in the universe?
Nikolas: I don't believe it. Come here.
Lucky: No, no, forget it. Hey, hold on. Me first.
Nikolas: Okay. All right.
Nikolas: Hey. How have you been?
Alexis' voice: You have to start telling people how you feel. We both do, so I'll go first. I'm going to tell you how I feel about you.
Sonny's voice: How do you feel about me, Alexis?
Alexis' voice: I think I'll take a lesson from you and I'm going to keep my mouth shut.
Sonny's voice: Whatever this is, it's got your eyes all bright and your heart racing.
Alexis' voice: Words have consequences, particularly the words with feelings attached.
Sonny's voice: You know, if I've done something else wrong or if you want more perks or privacy or time off, just say it. There's nothing you can't ask or tell me.
Alexis' voice: I can live very well without expressing my every thought. Now, then again, my sister -- she has unedited thoughts. She's cornered the tell-all market.
Kristina's voice: This is how you treat someone who's in love with you?
Alexis: Okay, pick it up. It's -- I can�t. It's too heavy.
Ned: Alexis, if you don't try, you're not going to get stronger.
Alexis: Ned, you're dating my sister and I let you live. Why are you trying to kill me?
Ned: I'm not trying to kill you. I'm trying, actually, to extend your life.
Alexis: Enough with the equanimity.
Ned: You have a good life.
Alexis: It has its ups and downs.
Ned: Well, a lot more ups, I think. In fact, if I remember correctly, you and I had a hell of a ride together.
Alexis: Thank God.
Ned: Yeah. Any excuse to stop exercising.
Alexis: No, I'm genuinely happy to see my sister. It was very good timing.
Kristina: Oh, I don't know if I would say that.
Alexis: We just ran into each other -- accident, right? Yeah?
Ned: Oh, absolutely.
Kristina: Um --
Alexis: You okay?
Kristina: I've been better. But, Alexis, can I speak to you for a second? Ned, would you mind?
Ned: No. No.
Kristina: I think I just made a huge mistake.
Alexis: Go ahead.
Kristina: Well, have you ever said something to somebody and then realized that maybe you shouldn't have said it, maybe you were really wrong, but in the moment, you thought that you were justified, but then afterwards, you thought about it and you really were wrong?
Alexis: I've spent a good portion of my life saying the wrong thing. Why don't you go over and spend some time with Ned? It'll make you feel better.
Kristina: I don't think so.
Alexis: No, no, go ahead, really, because, you know, I got to get an ice pack on this thing.
Kristina: Alexis, I really need to talk to you.
Alexis: I really do. It really hurts. You tell me in a little bit. I'll be right back.
Bobbie: So, I just hope you'll take this the way it's intended, but you see that handsome, hunky guy over there? Scott!
Woman: Oh. Oh. Isn't he a dream?
Bobbie: Yeah, well, he is my dream, so, unless you want yours turning into a nightmare, you might want to back off -- way off.
Woman: Are you crazy?
Bobbie: Understand? Good. Good. You understand. Ahem.
Scott: Hey, hey, what'd you say to her? Never mind. I owe you a big night out.
Gia: Just cut Lucky a little slack. He's only trying to be romantic. I mean, you said -- who's that?
[Lucky and Nikolas laugh]
Elizabeth: Oh, my God. That's my sister, Sarah.
Zander: I just -- I don't think it would work out. For one thing, I don't know anything about a club.
Carly: No experience necessary.
Zander: What would I do?
Carly: Well, leave that to me. I can train anybody to do just about anything, and you are a quick study.
Zander: So this would be, what, valet parking? Something like that?
Carly: No. You're too smart to waste in the parking lot. I know -- head bartender. Yeah -- no, don't say no. You'd be fantastic!
Zander: Forget it. First of all, I don't know anything about mixed drinks. Beer -- that's what I know.
Carly: Okay, so you'll learn and you'll already have the essential qualification. You're gorgeous! Look!
Zander: Yeah. Whatever.
Carly: Hey, hey, hey, hey! Do you know what brings men into a club like this?
Zander: Not the bartender.
Carly: No. Good-looking women. And do you know what brings good-looking women into this club? Good-looking bartenders and waiters and --
Zander: So you're using me for how I look.
Carly: Use what you can. I always do.
Zander: Don't be shoving me to other women. Don't take what we have and make it less.
Carly: Hey, I -- I didn't. I wouldn't. Hey, what's going on?
Zander: I just -- I didn't get to know you and risk everything I had to get some lousy bartending job or to let you use me to get women into your club. Okay? I care for you too much to -- to let you do that to me.
Carly: Zander, you know how I feel about you. You know that I care. What -- okay, be honest with me. What is going on?
Scott: Bobbie, Bobbie, wait a second. Come here for a second.
Bobbie: Hey! That's my water!
Scott: Why do you keep running away from me?
Bobbie: Get your own water!
Scott: What did I do? I must have done something.
Bobbie: You know, you are so totally clueless when it comes to women. I mean, it's disheartening.
Scott: Really? Well -- well, teach me, then. What?
Bobbie: You know, Scott, no woman wants a man to talk to her about how he scored with another woman -- I mean, you know, not that I personally care, but, I mean, if you behave like this with other women, well --
Scott: Bobbie, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to make you feel invisible. I mean, you're anything but. You know what? You could leave the gym right now because, you know, you've got that same little figure you had when we used to go out, you know, many, many, many years ago.
Kristina: Oh, thank you.
Man: You're welcome.
Ned: A fan letter from one of your many admirers?
Kristina: Alexis. "Kristina, I'm going home. You and Ned enjoy your evening." Oh, my God. What did I do?
Ned: What are you talking about?
Kristina: I -- I made a horrible mistake. I made a really, really bad judgment call that Alexis is going to pay for in about two minutes.
Sonny: Alexis? I need -- I need to speak to you.
Alexis: What is it?
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Sarah: Did I say something wrong?
Skye: Big and strong -- looks like I found my man.
Zander: There's something I think you should know.
Carly: Whatever it is, just say it.
Kristina: I really wanted to talk to you about some--