GH Transcript Wednesday 4/3/02


General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 4/3/02

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Proofread by Kathy

>> Previously on "General Hospital" --

Felicia: I can't imagine that Helena would show up here.

Elizabeth: Here's to putting the accident behind us.

Gia: I'll drink to that.

Nikolas: All right.

Elizabeth: And here's to --

Gia: What's wrong?

Sonny: You didn't do anything and neither did I.

Carly: You stop this now. Otherwise, you are the one to blame.

Skye: Thank you.

Zander: Skye, can I talk to you?

Skye: If you're here to plead Sonny's case, don't bother.

Zander: Sonny wasn't involved. And I'm sure whoever did this to you didn't mean you any harm.

Skye: Oh, and you'd know that -- how?

Zander: Let's think about it for a second. Nobody actually did anything to you, except for push you in that boat shed. I mean, nobody forced you to open up that trap door and take a swim.

Skye: Now that you mention it, no one is forcing me to talk to you, either.

Zander: Skye -- come on, why don't you just drop this?

Carly: You know damn well that I am the one who locked Skye in that boat shed.

Jax: Still trying to protect Sonny.

Carly: I am telling the truth. I thought that's what you wanted.

Jax: I want Sonny to pay. There is yet another woman in there who came in contact with Sonny who got hurt.

Carly: It was me, Jax. I did it. Look, I got ticked off at Skye and I did something impulsive. Please, tell me what's new.

Jax: Nothing -- that's a good point.

Carly: Hey, hey. Hey -- you are going to stand here and you are going to listen to the truth. And then you're going to help me get Sonny out of that cell.

[Sonny sighs]

Sonny: Ahem.

Alexis: Would you like a paper bag?

Sonny: What?

Alexis: They let me carry my briefcase in here and I always carry an extra one --

Sonny: Why would I need a paper bag? Huh?

Alexis: To breathe.

Sonny: Oh.

Alexis: Carly told me that you have --

Sonny: Carly blames herself for me getting locked up in here, so --

Alexis: It's not without reason.

Sonny: Do you know what? You want help? You go upstairs, you keep her calm. Or better yet, get her out of here before she makes things worse.

Alexis: If you haven't noticed, she doesn't listen to me.

Sonny: Well, she'll listen if you tell her that I'm the one asking.

Alexis: Sonny, Carly isn't going anywhere until you're released, and neither am I.

Sonny: All right. You know what? Then go -- go back upstairs and call a judge -- your friend --

Alexis: Griffin?

Sonny: Griffin, yeah, the one who sent you the dirty letters or whatever it is, I don't know.

Alexis: First of all, they aren't -- weren't dirty letters. They were unseemly expressions of affection.

Sonny: Whatever.

Alexis: Second of all -- and this is the most important part -- is a judge isn't going to do you any good until the D.A.'s office decides whether they're going to prosecute this case or not. And all that I'll accomplish by going upstairs is to pace around and aggravate Mac and his staff.

Sonny: Well, they deserve what they get for doing this to me, so go make them suffer. Come up with grounds for a harassment suit against Taggert. Maybe -- you can do that, can't you? Huh? If he loses his badge, I'll pay triple.

Alexis: I think you just want me to leave.

Sonny: No, I'm trying to get you to do your job!

Alexis: Calm down. I think that you don't want me to see you like this.

Gia: Elizabeth, you seem out of it. What --

Gia's voice: You know, Elizabeth, you can be so naive --


Elizabeth: Gia! Oh, my God! Oh, my God!

[Tires screech]


Sarah: Lizzie, is there something wrong?

Elizabeth: No -- no, I'm just a little lightheaded, that's all.

Nikolas: Maybe coming out tonight wasn't such a good idea, you know?

Elizabeth: I'm fine, really.

Nikolas: We should go.

Elizabeth: No, you guys -- I'm fine. I'm -- I'm just going to go to the ladies' room.

Sarah: All right, well, I'll come with you.

Elizabeth: No. No, stay here, enjoy yourself. I'll -- I'll be right back, you guys. I'm fine.

Felicia: Wherever Helena is, count me in because this undercover case can be put on hold.

Roy: Okay. So she ditched the boat at the pier. Then what? How was she planning to get out of Port Charles?

Felicia: Are you sure that Helena was at Wyndemere? Did Nikolas know she was there?

Luke: Hmm. That's a long story.

Felicia: You don't think he knows about all of this, do you?

Luke: I know he does. I could have had her bagged by now, but he helped her get away. A-- I knew it.

Man: What's the hurry, little man?

Luke: Hey, hey, hey! Cops! We're surrounded! Get him!

Man: Hey!

Carly: Will you give Sonny a little credit? Look, if you wanted to lock Skye up and threaten her, do you really think that he would have done it on her family's own estate?

Jax: I don't know. I mean, the Quartermaines hardly ever go to that side the property, so maybe he just took a calculated risk.

Carly: It was a random opportunity that I took. Look -- and I can prove it because of the note that I put under the door.

Jax: You couldn't remember what you wrote.

Carly: Because I was mad. I was so mad that I couldn't see straight, but I do remember that I wrote in big block letters with a crayon -- a blue crayon of Michael's that I found in my purse. So if I didn't do it, how would I know that? And if you still don't believe me, go talk to my mother because she is the one who talked me into going back and as I said before, by the time I got there, she was already gone. I am sorry that she nearly drowned. Really, I am. But who thought she'd be stupid enough to try and swim away? That's her fault. It's not mine.

Jax: You know, the police think that you're covering for Sonny.

Carly: Sonny is covering for me. You know that. You know him. Jax, just put yourself in his shoes, please? For once? You would never let anybody try and stop you from protecting your family, would you? That's all that Sonny's trying to do.

Jax: Sonny belongs in a cell.

Carly: You know it is me and you are just looking the other way because you want -- you want to let the police get Sonny.

Sonny: I don't like wasting my money.

Alexis: How does having a panic attack -- how does -- what does that have to do with your finances?

Sonny: I don't panic!

Alexis: Sorry. I'm sorry. That was a poor choice of words.

Sonny: Wrong choice, wrong assumption. I don't -- there's nothing wrong with me, Alexis. And I don't need a babysitter. What I need is for my attorney, who I pay a small fortune to keep on retainer, to stop watching me like I'm -- like I'm an animal in a cage! I want you to get your condescending, overpriced butt upstairs and do your job!

Alexis: You're claustrophobic, and for some reason -- and I don't understand why -- you see that as a sign of weakness. It appears that you're distracting yourself by trying to pick a fight with me.

Sonny: Shut up!

Alexis: Don't you ever speak to me that way again! I like you, but I have no intention of serving as a target of opportunity for your anger. You hate being in jail, I hate that you are in jail, too. But I've offered my help. If you don't want it, a polite refusal will be sufficient. But I am not going to stand here and fight for the privilege of having you yell at me.

[Door closes]

[Sonny sighs]

[Door opens]

[Door opens]


Sonny: Alexis?

Alexis: That wasn't so hard, was it?

Nikolas: You see, the truth is, when Gia first came to town, I couldn't stand her.

Gia: Oh, like I could stand you, Prince Perfect?

Nikolas: She was sarcastic, pushy, and completely out of herself.

Gia: And he was stuck up, impressed with himself, and not to mention spoiled.

Nikolas: But the truth is, see, she was kind of cute.

Gia: Yeah, and so was he.

Sarah: I think I'm going to go check on Elizabeth. Excuse me for a minute.

Gia: You know, I think it's time for us to dance. I'd hate to think that I wasted this new dress on nothing. Nikolas, please, you have to stop thinking about Helena -- at least for the next few songs, anyway, okay?

Nikolas: Okay, come on.

Sarah: Hey. Everything okay?

Elizabeth: Yeah, yeah.

Sarah: Really?

Elizabeth: Yes, I'm -- I'm fine. Sarah, stop it.

Sarah: Then tell me the truth, Liz. Come on, I can tell something's upsetting you.

Elizabeth: Okay. Do you remember the night of the accident, at the grill, when Nikolas ordered champagne for the four of us to toast your homecoming?

Sarah: Mm-hmm.

Elizabeth: Do you remember if Gia drank all hers?

Sarah: Uh -- I wasn't really watching Gia. She claims she only had a sip.

Elizabeth: But?

Sarah: But I could swear I saw her drink it all. And then later --

Elizabeth: Then later, what? Sarah, please.

Sarah: Lizzie, we're supposed to be having a good time here. Why upset yourself by talking about the accident?

Elizabeth: Just finish what you were going to say -- later, what?

Sarah: Gia didn't have a blood alcohol test administered after the accident even though it was required.

Elizabeth: Does anyone else know?

Sarah: Nikolas.   What's going on, Liz?

Elizabeth: Nothing. Nothing -- I'm fine.

Sarah: If there's a problem, I can cancel my shift.

Elizabeth: No, you don't -- no. No -- will you just go tell Gia and Nikolas that I'll be out in a minute? And don't mention this to any of them.

Sarah: Okay.

Elizabeth: Thanks.

Skye: I don't care what Sonny's intentions were or who he didn't mean to hurt. As far as I'm concerned, the man's going to jail, and he can rot there for all I care.

Zander: Do you remember when you convinced me and Emily to run from Sorel? You gave us the money to leave town.

Skye: Yeah, what about it?

Zander: You didn't want to help us. You just wanted to get Emily gone.

Skye: I am not to blame for that bus accident.

Zander: But you put her on that bus. You pressured her to go. You said so yourself when you came to the hospital to apologize.

Skye: Get to the point, if there is one.

Zander: You did a bad thing, and it turned out a lot worse than you intended. Now, whoever pushed you in that boat shed is in the exact same situation. Now, why don't you treat them the same way that Emily treated you? Just let it go.

Skye: No. But I will be sure to tell Sonny what a stellar job you did of trying to get me to drop this. So if you'll excuse me --

Jax: You know, Sonny has a list of crimes to pay for as long as my arm.

Carly: And you are trying to convict Sonny for something he didn't do. Sonny did not lock Skye in that boat shed, and you know it. Jax, I respected you -- as a friend and as a partner. Please show me that I was right. Talk Skye into dropping these charges against Sonny. She can charge me if she wants because at least I did it.

Skye: Oh. There you are.

Carly: Think about it.

Jax: So, how are you doing?

Skye: Yeah, this certainly helps. I gather that the ex-Mrs. Corinthos has been working on you?

Jax: You know, she actually made some sense.

Skye: Oh?

Jax: Sonny didn't do what you accused him of. So we're going to tell that to the police and we're going to get out of here.

Skye: Like hell we are.

Alexis: Hey, thanks for the chair.

Sonny: When's the first time you noticed it?

Alexis: You're going to have to elaborate.

Sonny: That thing you do -- when you talk until you can't breathe. And don't say it's asthma because I think we both know it's -- it's this or something like it. It was probably something from when you were a kid. That's why you can't get rid of it, because it's not about who you are now, it's about how you felt before you could fight. And even though you -- you say it's fine now, you know, but it's over 20 years later. You still carry it around. It's part of you.

Alexis: You could try visualizing or maybe if you just closed your eyes and breathe --

Sonny: Alexis, I asked you a question. Just -- you don't have to tell me how it started or what happened when you were a kid. Sometimes you don't want to say something, you know. I mean, I understand that.   Whew. I was just curious as to when you thought that you were, you know -- it was always going to be with you in some way, you know? When you knew that it could come out of the past and wrap itself around your throat and choke you.

Alexis: Ahem -- boarding school.

Sonny: You went to boarding school?

Alexis: In New Hampshire, up until I was -- oh, from the time I was 14. It was the happiest day of my life when I got on that plane to fly away from Greece. I remember looking out the window of the airplane and I was watching the airport get smaller and smaller. And then I looked at the sky, and it was so blue and so clear and so open. And all I could think about were the thousands of miles between Helena and myself. Anyway, the plane landed, and the school had sent a car to drive me to campus. And I remember when I stepped out of the car, taking what felt like the first breath. It smelled like pine needles and fresh-cut grass, and if you told me I was going to die tomorrow, I'd get in the car and I would drive to Briarton-Griggs just to breathe that air again.

Sonny: Did you have a uniform?

Alexis: It was green and gray. I know that sounds hideous, but I liked it. Actually, I liked everything about that school. I had a a great time, a lot of friends. It was just one moment where I thought I saw Helena. I didn't, but in that split second that I thought I had saw her, I decided that I was going to run so she couldn't take me. So she -- Sonny? Sonny? Sonny, look at me. It's okay.

Skye: Carly is lying to protect Sonny.

Jax: Unfortunately, it's the other way around. Carly lost her temper and she shoved you in that boat shed. Now Sonny is diverting the investigation because he doesn't want Carly charged.

Skye: Wait. This is even better. We can get the both of them at the same time. I mean, who's to say that Sonny didn't tell Carly to do --

Jax: Skye, please.

Skye: No, this is perfect! I can't believe I didn't think of this before.

Jax: It's a lie! Sonny had nothing to do with this. And as for Carly, she gave in to bad impulse, okay? She didn't -- never intended for you to get hurt.

Skye: You don't know that.

Jax: Yes, I do.

Skye: Based on what exactly? A pack of lies? The woman's pathological.

Jax: Well, in this case, she's telling the truth. Look, Carly acted out like she always does.

Skye: Oh, and I'm supposed to care about her psychological problems? I almost drowned, for God's sake.

Jax: Come here. Listen to me. This whole thing spiraled out of control, okay? So let's stop it before it gets any worse.

Skye: What exactly happened out here, hmm? What did Carly offer you to make you change your mind?

Jax: What's that supposed to mean?

Skye: Well, Mrs. Corinthos is known for her powers of persuasion. Maybe you're susceptible after all.

Jax: Oh, you are way off base, Skye. Don't even go there.

Skye: Where else am I supposed to go?

Jax: Just leave Carly alone.

Skye: Oh. I get it. You've done your duty, right? I mean, you rescue me, you get your reward by sleeping with me, but now you're on to rescue Carly.

Jax: That is not what last night was about and you know it. There's no evidence to support the kidnapping. Okay, you didn't hear anything, you didn't see anything.

Skye: Gee. You know, all of a sudden, I remember lots of things I heard last night -- thanks to you.

Carly: Taggert? I want to see Sonny. I have a right to visit him.

Taggert: Well, you're the ex-wife, right? So you don't have any rights where he's concerned, and his lawyer's down there right now, so one babysitter is enough.

Carly: Okay, you know what? I am not through with you yet.

Sonny: So what happened? It wasn't Helena, you didn't run away, so what happened?

Alexis: Nothing. My stomach unclenched and I went to the library, I think. It was that night that I was working on some history assignment or something and I -- I came up with what I thought was a great idea, and I went to tell my study partner about it and I kept talking and the words kept coming but the meaning was less and less. I knew that I should stop talking, but I couldn't. And then I couldn't breathe at all, it felt like, and I ran outside and I sat on the front step and I just started literally gulping the air. You know, fresh air is really helpful and that is probably the least helpful thing that I've just said to you.

Sonny: Fresh air's good. Once when I was released, it was not only winter but it was a snowstorm. And I drove -- I drove home with the windows open. I'll do that again tonight.

Alexis: It's possible that you may not get released tonight.

Sonny: Well, don't say it like it's a tragedy. It's claustrophobia, you know, it's not a fatal disease. I'll pace and maybe I won't be able to breathe that much and I will -- I may want to scream, but I won't do it because, you know -- and then it'll be over.

Alexis: I know that every minute that you are in there is torture for you and I must say that you are handling it remarkably well.

Sonny: It helps having you here.

Nikolas' voice: No one should be pressuring you to remember. Gia said you saw the other car coming. You wonder -- it wasn't stopping, which means you would've been looking straight into the headlights when Courtney's car came at you.

Gia: Hello. How long are you planning to hide in here? You know, I thought your sister was your new favorite person. It's not fair dumping her off on Nikolas and me.

Elizabeth: What are you doing in here?

Gia: Well, I didn't realize that I needed permission to come to the ladies' room. I mean, you've been in here, what, a week?

Elizabeth: Missed me that much?

Gia: Well, your sister said that you came in here to fix your hair or something, which looks great, by the way. I know Lucky was enjoying it almost as much as he was liking dancing with you. You know, I think you guys were on the brink of something hot before he got called off to work. You know, at least now you know how --

Elizabeth: Damn you!

Gia: Excuse me?

Elizabeth: It was you. You ran the red light.

Luke: She went this way!

Roy: You're brilliant in a bar fight, kiddo.

Felicia: Thanks, Roy.

Skye: You know, now that I think about it, I'm sure I heard Carly call out Sonny's name -- yeah.

Jax: You know what? Don't do this, Skye.

Skye: No, really. She told Sonny I was in the boat shed and that he should do to me what he wanted.  Oh, it's all coming back to me now.

Jax: Listen to me, listen to me -- I hate the fact that you were locked up last night, that you were alone and scared, and I understand that you want someone to pay for what happened to you. But I'm not going to let you lie.

Skye: You don't run my life.

Jax: No. You're right. I don't. But I know the truth. And if I have to tell that to the police, I will.

Skye: I don't -- I don't get how you can turn on me like this -- I mean, after last night?

Jax: I am not turning on you, Skye. There's a big difference between justice and revenge. Revenge is a very ugly thing.

Skye: Yes -- Sonny Corinthos is a man that you loathe, Jax. This could put him away for a very long time!

Jax: I know, I know, I know! I despise Sonny, and believe me, I do want him put away. But when he is, it will be for a crime that he actually did. He didn't threaten you, Skye.

Skye: No, but he is threatening A.J.

Jax: He lays a hand on A.J., he'll go down for it, I swear.

Skye: Oh, great. So I guess we just wait until my brother's dead.

Jax: Hey, and don't kid yourself, Skye. Putting Sonny to prison will not stop his men from carrying out his orders.

Skye: By then, all means, let's just protect Sonny and not A.J.

Jax: You know what? A.J. -- A.J. went looking for this trouble, okay, so don't ask me to have sympathy for him!

Skye: And what do you have for me?

Jax: I tried with you, Skye, like with no one else for a very long time because I believe in you because I believe that we could have something real together. So you think about that. You think about that before you take actions that we'll both regret.

Alexis: Have you ever been to New Hampshire?

Sonny: I think I drove through it once.

Alexis: Briarton-Griggs is in the hills. There are trees around it for miles.

Sonny: Brick buildings?

Alexis: Yep.

Sonny: And lawns that look like carpets?

Alexis: You have the idea.

Sonny: Two or three times a year, they -- they take you to Manhattan for a field trip. They take you to, you know, museums or maybe to the opera.

Alexis: I preferred the ballet.

Zander: If you don't have any questions for us, Lieutenant, then we're leaving.

Carly: No, we are not. You know damn well that Sonny didn't lock Skye up. He would never do anything that ridiculous.

Taggert: You know what? I can sympathize with you, Mrs. Corinthos. I may even admire what you're trying to do, but I have my man.

Carly: No, you are using your badge --

Taggert: You know what?

Carly: You are using your badge to pay back Sonny for something that isn't his fault! You want to just forget Skye? Okay, because we both know that this is about Deke Woods -- yeah, Sonny's stepfather and the man that made you a cop.

Taggert: That's a place you don't want to go.

Carly: No, Taggert, you don't want to go there because for whatever good that Deke did for you, he made Sonny's life and his mother's life a living hell.

Taggert: Deke wound up shot in an alley courtesy of your ex-husband. Now, Sonny is going to pay for that one day. Now, they may send him to prison and you can visit him there or you can cut your losses!

Mac: Lieutenant?

Zander: Some speech. Sonny would've liked it.

Carly: Yeah. Well, I just want him released.

Sonny: I took my mother to the ballet once. I'd been out of the house for a couple of years and I was making good money as a numbers runner. And I walked past Carnegie Hall and there was a poster. My mom used to, you know, watch ballet on public television. She used to tell me all the time how, you know, it was -- she used to go to the ballet all the time, you know, to -- in Cuba when she was a little girl, so I decided I'd take her and so I bought two box seats. They were for the afternoon when I knew that Deke would be working, so I went to the house and I surprised her. She -- she was so excited, you know. She -- her whole face changed and she was, like, 10 years younger and beautiful again and she -- she even wore this suit that she hadn't worn since she was -- she stopped working and -- so we went to the ballet and she was looking around, you know, and she was like a little kid seeing everything. And she -- all she kept telling me was how much bigger this theatre was than the one in Cuba. So we get to the box seats and there was all these girls and they all had uniforms.

Alexis: What color were they?

Sonny: I don't -- I don't -- I don't remember, but they were giggling and flirting and they kept looking at me, you know. And I just kept thinking, we're -- we're so different, you know, because to them this is, like, a fun day in the afternoon. They're going to go back to their rich schools and rich lives and they'll forget the ballet. But to me and my mother, it was like we were visiting another planet.  What I didn't know then is that even rich people can hurt as bad as poor people.

Alexis: I wonder if on any of my field trips I ever looked over from my box at the ballet and saw a beautiful Cuban woman with her son. I don't think so. I would have remembered you.

Sonny: I'd have remembered you, too.


Alexis: I take it A.D.A. Jensen has decided to make an appearance.

Taggert: A.D.A. Jensen's ready to review his statement. So if you'd step away from the bars, Ms. Davis. It's time to go, Sonny boy. Well, unless you'd rather stay here, you know, if you're comfortable and everything.

Alexis: If you're done goading my client, can we just move this along, go upstairs, and end this once and for all?

Taggert: Oh, yeah. I'm all for that. There we go.

Sonny: Sorry.

Luke: The woman's like smoke. She gets -- oh, yeah, well -- hey. Hey, how long you been working for Helena?

Man: I don't work for nobody.

Luke: Shut up and answer me! Where is she?

Man: No idea, man. She slipped me a couple of bucks, pointed you out, and said you were the one who knocked up my sister.

Luke: I didn't knock up your sister. I knocked up your mother!

Roy: Okay, so we split up, we might be able to cover a little more ground.

Luke: I don't get it. She saw me before I saw her. Why did she just hang out here? Why didn't she take off? Unless --

Felicia: Think fast. The police are on their way.

Luke: She's vanished into thin air. She's done it a million times, but why? She could've been out of the country by now. Why hasn't she left?

Felicia: She's sick. She needs help, she needs medicine. Maybe her plans fell through. There could be a thousand different reasons why this happened.

Roy: Or what? What are you thinking?

Luke: Maybe she's playing games.

Roy: So this is all about Helena messing with your head?

Luke: Well, she loves to do that. That's her favorite thing to do, but why would she do that? Does -- I mean, maybe she just wants to lead us on a merry chase before we get her. Why? Why?

Elizabeth: You know, all this time, you wanted everyone to believe that it was Sonny's sister who ran the red light. But it was you. No wonder Sonny came to Wyndemere and asked me about the accident.

Gia: Elizabeth, look, I don't know where all this is coming from, but the accident is over and we are all trying to get on with our lives, so why bring it up now?

Elizabeth: If it were up to me, I would forget about it for the rest of my life. But all of a sudden, I remember. I don't know -- maybe it was the four of us toasting champagne again -- but I'm flooded with memories -- you and me in a car arguing about Sarah, about the song on the radio, seeing the red light, me yelling at you to stop.

Gia: Elizabeth, that's not the way it all happened. You have it all backwards.

Elizabeth: No, Gia, I don't. You and Nikolas convinced me it was Courtney's fault. You -- you allowed me to give a false statement to the police. No, actually, you know what? You pushed me to give it. I can't believe I basically helped frame Sonny's little sister.

Gia: No. Look, you're still confused.

Elizabeth: You know what? Give it up, Gia. You're guilty and so is Nikolas.

Gia: Leave Nikolas alone. He's already been through enough hell over what he's done.

Elizabeth: What do you mean by that?

Mac: A.D.A. Jensen will be right here. Are you sure about this?

Skye: Why wouldn't I be?

Mac: Look, what happened to you doesn't sound like something Sonny's ever done. Now, I can't speak for A.D.A. Jensen, but this could be difficult to prove.

Skye: I wouldn't want you or any of your officers to over exert yourselves trying to bring my kidnapper to justice.

Mac: You weren't kidnapped, Ms. Quartermaine. You were locked in a boathouse on your family's own property. Now, the only reason I'm pushing this is because you swore to me that Sonny's behind it. Do you still think so?

Jax: No.

Dara: I'll take it from here.

Mac: Good luck. You'll need it.

Dara: Okay. Sorry I'm late. Let's get started. Ms. Quartermaine, you want to make a statement?

Jax: I'd like to stay while she testifies.

Dara: No, I've been here before. Mr. Corinthos' attorney would do anything to get the statement suppressed, and I'm not taking the chance.

Jax: Yes, I understand that, but I promise I will not say a thing.

Dara: Forget it.

Jax: Okay.

Dara: Ms. Quartermaine, we will be recording your statement. I'm obligated to tell you that.

Skye: Do whatever you want. Let's just get this over with, shall we?

Carly: Sonny, are you all right?

Sonny: Yeah.

Carly: Did you talk to Skye?

Jax: Yes.

Carly: Which means what?

Jax: Which means we're all here because you did something irresponsible and crazy. Now what Skye is going to say -- that's out of my hands.

Dara: Ms. Quartermaine, have a seat. It won't take long.

Alexis: I'd like to sit in on this. This concerns my client. Dara, you can fight me on it. Let's just get it over with, okay?

Dara: Fine.

Alexis: Thank you.

Dara: Ms. Quartermaine, can you tell us how you managed to get yourself locked in that boat shed that night?

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Gia: I am your friend.

Elizabeth: Then admit you ran the red light.

Mike: You're going to tell me exactly where my daughter is.

Carly: She's going to lie.

Jax: I have no idea.

Dara: Can you tell us who did this to you?

Skye: Yes. I absolutely can.

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