>> Previously on "General Hospital" --
Luke: She saw me before I saw her. Why did she just hang out here? Why didn't she take off?
Elizabeth: You lied to me after everything we have been through.
Nikolas: You're acting like I committed murder.
Skye: You protect Carly and Sonny, but not A.J. Oh, God!
Sonny: I got to get to my sister if it's not too late already.
Felicia: Well, it's official. Luke ditched us.
Roy: Oh, yeah? What was your first clue? When he asked us to search for Helena, on the chance she might be hiding in a roomful of teenagers?
Felicia: Well, it is the preferred hangout of the best bootleg pilot in the state.
Roy: According to Luke, anyway.
Felicia: Well, let's see if we can find this guy. See if he decided to take Helena out of the country.
Roy: Okay. His name's John, right?
Roy: John -- Norman. 6'2", slender. What color hair was it he had again? Oh.
Felicia: "He likes --"
Roy and Felicia: "Alien gate --"
Felicia: "And combat --" what does this --
Roy: "Zombies. Combat zombies."
Felicia: Can't read his writing. "Zombies."
Roy: Okay. Well, if you find him first, flirt. I got a feeling that might work.
Felicia: Oh, don't worry. I know what I'm doing.
Roy: Okay, I' check up here.
[Lucky hums and whistles]
Luke: Hey, hey. Whoa. You don't notice much while you're working, do you?
Lucky: You think you can knock next time?
Luke: Sure, I can, but Helena won’t.
Lucky: I thought you said you were going to catch her before she got anybody.
Luke: She's still in town, pal. She's still on the loose. You've got to lock your doors. You got to be cautious.
Lucky: Well, then I'm going to have to call Nikolas and let him know --
Luke: Nikolas already knows. She was at Wyndemere. He helped her escape.
Lucky: You're joking, right?
Gia: What do you think Elizabeth is doing right now?
Nikolas: I have no idea.
Gia: You know, I always knew she was a stuck-up, self-righteous little brat, but you have done so much for her, and, well, by the way, so have I, but did she make the slightest attempt to even understand? No. Little Miss Perfect got right up on her pedestal and started lecturing us mean, nasty folk for all she was worth.
Nikolas: Gia, I lied to you last summer. How'd you like it?
Gia: Well, I didn't like it, but I sucked it up and forgave you, which is more than I can say for your good friend Elizabeth. What do you want to bet she's headed straight for Marcus right now? My brother is going to flip when he finds out that I lied. Not to mention it could totally hurt his career. I mean, it -- it will look like he helped with the cover-up and --
Nikolas: If, if -- and this is a big "if" -- Elizabeth decides to go to the police and tell them that you ran the red light, she has no evidence to support her. Okay? And number two, she is friends with Sonny. It will look like he pressured her into changing her story.
Gia: I don't think you understand my brother yet. Once he finds out that you lied to him, he will work as hard to get you as he ever worked to get Sonny -- harder because as far as Marcus is concerned, we are family and we betrayed him.
Nikolas: I will handle it.
Gia: I don't want to watch you handle my brother. You know, you promised to take me to Paris. Why can't we just go right now? You have the money, I've the time.
Nikolas: Because I am not running from anything and nor are you. I won't let you. But what I will do -- what I will do --
Nikolas: Is dance with the woman I love.
Skye: Miss me, Daddy?
Alan: If you left me a message --
Skye: I couldn't leave a message, Daddy. See, I was locked in a filthy, freezing shack, nearly drowned, and was thoroughly humiliated when I tried to press charges at the police station. I just thought that might be of some mild concern to my loved ones.
Alexis: No thanks are necessary. Carly, in point, in fact, I didn't lie. It was an exercise in creative semantics, of which I plan to bill you for. I'm going across the hall right now, if that's all right with both of you, so that I can write it up. Thanks so much.
Carly: You are smarter than this.
Carly: Alexis isn't loyal. She would go screaming from this building if she knew what you were really like.
Sonny: I know exactly what Alexis will do and how far she'll go for me. I know what she needs to know and I know what she doesn’t. But this isn't Alexis' problem. It's yours.
Carly: All right, go ahead, blame Carly. It's easy to do. Go on.
Sonny: You could've been arrested. Skye wouldn't even think twice to send you to prison. You have a record, you shot a man, you were in a mental ward. How hard do you think it would be to -- to convict you of assault? Then what would Michael be? Here? You want me to raise him here with guards out front and the bulletproof glass in the windows? Or do you want to send him to your mother's, where the Quartermaines will be circling around, going to court to contest the adoption. Huh? I don't understand. Why is it that you can't think of your son before you pull these crazy stunts? And why when you do it and all hell breaks loose, you fight me when I'm trying to cover for you?
Carly: Because I'm not your property. Sonny, I am not a problem for you to solve.
Sonny: Then why are you here?
Carly: Because I need to talk to you and you need to listen.
Alan: If you were in danger, I'm sorry. I'm thankful you're all right.
Skye: Well, not exactly heartfelt, but you do get points for appropriate phrasing.
Alan: Okay, let's knock it off. Why don't you just hand it over? Give it to me.
Skye: What are you talking about?
Alan: The rule book. How am I supposed to know how to react if you don't give me the damn rules? I'm sure you've got it written down somewhere -- a codified index of your expectations of me and how I have failed to meet them. I mean, when I reach out to you, you lie and you use me. If I set limits, I'm cold and unforgiving. So which one is it? How can I keep making amends to you and still be the villain?
Skye: My mistake, Daddy. Naturally, it's my fault that Carly Corinthos shoved me in our boat shed.
Alan: Our boat shed?
Skye: Yes, I went for a walk, and Mrs. Corinthos snuck up behind me, shoved me in, and locked the door.
Alan: I was out on the pier. I wasn't 10 feet from that shed. I didn't see anything.
Skye: I heard your footsteps. I thought it was one of Sonny's men.
Alan: Is Sonny threatening you because A.J. went off with Courtney?
Skye: Sonny wants me to tell A.J. to bring Courtney home as soon as possible, but I told him I don't know where they are.
Alan: Is that true?
Skye: Well, gee, I don't know. I wouldn't know the truth if it stood up and bit me. Isn't that what you think?
Alan: Here, pick a name.
Skye: Is this a riddle?
Alan: Pick a name! I'm sure any person in that book could run your life better than you can.
Carly: Did it ever occur to you to tell me that you were working a deal with Skye? That you --
Sonny: I did tell you.
Carly: Yeah, after the fact, when I came into my own house and I found you on my couch. But if you hadn't come over to see Michael, if he hadn't had a nightmare and then asked you to stay, would you have picked up the phone to call me and tell me that you were working a deal with a woman that I hate? A deal to let the man who killed our child just walk away to do more damage?
Sonny: If I had called or come by, would you have told me that you had already locked Skye in that boat shed?
Carly: You know, I don't know. I'm not sure anymore.
Sonny: Well --
Carly: You know why? Because, Sonny, I never know when to trust you or not anymore.
Carly: You used to know that I'd never turn on you. Yeah, I might do some crazy things, I might do something the way you wouldn't necessarily like it, but you always knew that I was on your side.
Sonny: I still know, but what -- your way of doing things, it costs too much. And it doesn't seem to change. You lead with your heart, Carly. It's like you walk around with a baseball bat and whoever hurts you, or worse, gets in your way or whatever, you just start swinging. You don't care of the possible witnesses, the collateral damage. What you got to understand is the person that you're hurting the most is you -- or the person who has promised to be there when you fall. It used to be Jason. Now it's me. It has nothing to do with who you're sleeping with. It's who shows up and pays for your bail. Or takes you out of the country or does whatever they have to do to clean up your messes. I understand that you were trying to help, not that I think, you know, shoving Skye in that boat shed is a way to do it. But you were acting in the moment. That's fine. What I have a problem with is what happened after, when we were in your home, Michael was upstairs, and you lied to me again. Now, you say you don't trust me? I don't know if I trust you, either.
Carly: Sonny, I told you I was fighting A.J. with or without you.
Sonny: Well, that was before Courtney disappeared.
Carly: Then do you remember what happened next? You went upstairs -- you went upstairs to call Benny. And then when he came over, you asked me to leave. Okay? You cut me out. So it tells me exactly what you think of me.
Sonny: You know I don't discuss business with you.
Carly: A.J. is not business. He is personal to both of us. You know what? You want to know what I think? Here it is, okay? I am going to do whatever it is that I want to, and you're going to stay out of my way, okay?
Sonny: Wait, wait, wait -- just don't --
Carly: Don't --
Sonny: Hold, hold, hold.
Gia: We can't do this.
Nikolas: We can do anything we want.
Gia: We broke the law. I ran a red light, I lied to the police, you bribed witnesses. We both helped Helena escape. We have to come up with a plan, not just sit here, close our eyes, and hope for the best.
Nikolas: Elizabeth and I have -- have been through a great deal. I doubt she's going to turn her back on me.
Gia: Well, then you don't know her at all. You lied to her. I mean, as far as she is concerned, you're dirt.
Nikolas: Gia, if that's true, then at least I know where I stand, you know? With Lucky and Elizabeth, with my mother. I already know how Luke feels. I mean, come on, if everything I have done for them to prove that I love them and that I would protect them turns into nothing against one lie, then -- I don't know. I'm glad I accepted my inheritance, you know? When all else fails, there's money to fall back on, right? And you're about to see how that works.
Gia: Wait, you think you can buy your way out of this?
Nikolas: If I have to, I will. I let my grandmother go for one reason and that was to protect you. That's what I intend on doing.
Nikolas: Just trust me on this, okay? Everything is -- it's going to be fine, I promise. Why don't you go upstairs and get changed. There's a possibility there might be a small present waiting for you.
Gia: No, you are not going to distract me with presents.
Nikolas: Well, actually, I was hoping you would distract me.
Gia: Okay, now I'm curious.
Nikolas: That's the whole idea. Go. Get dressed. By the time you come back down, it won't matter what Elizabeth says or does.
Lucky: All right, here's the door. Thank you for stopping by.
Luke: This is a damn good photograph, son.
Lucky: Thank you.
Luke: Beautiful. Listen, you might want to knock off early and go check out Elizabeth, make sure she's okay, given that Helena wanted her dead and all.
Lucky: Hey. Elizabeth's safe. She's over with my brother.
Luke: Well, that may be true. But what I'm saying is that Helena was there, she's got something on Gia, your brother's covering for his girlfriend, and Helena’s using that against him. It's a mess. You got to keep your guard up.
Lucky: Is this about Stavros?
Luke: Stavros? Stavros is dead and gone.
Lucky: I know, I know, but Nikolas is having a problem with that. All right, here's the deal. He found this letter that Stavros supposedly wrote. It was in a safety deposit box with all sorts of legal documents. He ended up getting all sentimental about the thing, thinking that Stavros was some sort of wonderful father, and if they only had the chance to spend some time together, they could have played ball in the park -- whatever. Bottom line is I may be out in left field on this thing, but do you think that's what Helena’s holding against him?
Luke: I don't know and I don't care. My point is that your brother ain't thinking straight. Helena was at Wyndemere, he helped her get away, and as far as I know, he's bankrolling her.
Lucky: Yeah, but, you know -- but it doesn't matter to me how much, you know, Nikolas is flipped out about all this stuff. I'm just having a hard time believing that he's capable of hurting anybody that he loves.
Elizabeth: Oh, yes, he is.
Lucky: Elizabeth, I thought you were at the 101 with everybody.
Elizabeth: I needed to see you. Lucky, there's something about the accident I remembered.
Luke: Sorry, that's me. Excuse me. Yeah, Spencer.
Roy: Hey, man. Felicia and I are still at the arcade. There's no sign yet of that pilot you thought Helena might hire.
Luke: All right, well -- stay there, I'll come down, and then we'll decide where we're headed next. I'm kind of pressed for time. Elizabeth seems to know what's going on. Will you fill him in?
Luke: And you listen to her. Don't take anything for granted. Call me if anything unexpected happens. Watch your backs.
Lucky: All right.
Lucky: Well -- you look upset.
Elizabeth: Yeah. Well, Nikolas -- he's not the person we thought.
Felicia: Hi. Any luck on your end?
Roy: Well, everybody knows this pilot, but nobody's seen him tonight. They also haven't seen a well dressed, blond fugitive old enough to be their grandmother.
Felicia: Well, I just spoke to a young kid who said that the pilot was supposed to be here -- unless he's working.
Roy: As in flying Helena to Switzerland?
Felicia: I think we should go to the airport.
Roy: Well, Luke's going to meet us, so why don't you make one more sweep of the room? I'll check out back. And if nothing turns up, we'll go to the airport.
Maxie: Can I help it if I have superior hand-eye coordination?
Boy: There is no way you're going to beat me this time.
Maxie: What are you, sexist? You've never won at pinball and you're never going to.
Girl: I want you to stay calm.
Girl: That woman standing over there by the pinball machine --
Maxie: Oh, God -- it's my mother!
Boy: Is this bad?
Girl: Maxie's supposed to be babysitting.
Boy: Does your mom usually dress like that?
Felicia: What are you doing here? You're supposed to be babysitting for the Comptons. This is the second time you've lied to me.
Maxie: The Comptons didn't go because Tyler was sick -- which you would know if you ever checked your voice mail. But you're too busy cruising the video arcade, pretending you're Britney Spears. How could you do this to me? You've wrecked my whole entire life!
Sonny: I heard you out. Now you're going to hear me. We're parents together. Our first priority is Michael. Can we both agree on that?
Sonny: All right. When you do things to Skye, it jeopardizes Michael. He's where you're most vulnerable, and Skye knows it. You think Skye wants A.J. to have Courtney? She wants A.J. to have Michael. You get what I'm saying?
Carly: I am not stupid.
Sonny: No, I'm not saying you're stupid. I'm just saying that Skye is a link to A.J., that's all. Leave her alone.
Carly: As opposed to what, Sonny? Going and dragging her by the hair and throwing her back in that boat shed?
Sonny: Well, with you, I'm never sure.
Carly: Come on. I mean, what the hell was she thinking? Climbing through that trap door and jumping into the water? I mean, how stupid can you be?
Sonny: She must have been scared.
Carly: No, she's just an idiot, okay? Look, I mean, what scared her? A note? A threatening note written in crayon? I mean, who'd she think locked her in there, big bird? I mean, she was on her family's own estate. Did she think your men were really going to show up with a cement mixer and throw her in the back?
Sonny: She panicked.
Carly: No, she's a fool.
Sonny: No, no, she's a coward. See, that's -- you can't understand how she thinks because that's something that you're not. Crazy? Yeah. Pain in the butt? Absolutely. But you are -- you're brave, like nothing I've ever seen. That's why sometimes you don't stop and think, and the damage you do is twice as bad.
Carly: I didn't mean for you to get locked up.
Sonny: It's over.
Carly: So was it bad?
Sonny: Uh -- you know, you've seen it. I -- hard to breathe, I pace.
Carly: You know, the only reason I told Alexis that you were claustrophobic was so she would understand why you needed to get out right away. I mean, I know you don't want people to know, but --
Sonny: No, no, no, it's all right. So, you know, you were just trying to help.
Carly: You know, Alexis -- she thinks she knows you now. She thinks she's seen you at the worst.
Sonny: She has, and that's all she's ever going to see. You know that -- that summer you found me? That's not going to happen again.
Carly: Do you remember any of it?
Sonny: Yeah, well, I -- you were wearing a pink dress. I cut my hand, and you held it together for me. Even though you hated me.
Carly: Sonny, I didn't -- and I don’t.
Sonny: You know, maybe the reason I lie for you, put guards on you, and want to take care of you even though you don't want me to -- maybe it's not because I think that you're my property. Maybe I just -- I think I owe you.
Carly: Okay. Well, then I guess it makes us even. And now we can both walk away. I should go.
Sonny: I want you to give me your word that you'll stay out of this thing with A.J.
Carly: Well, I could promise you, but you won't believe me. I thought you could last night, when you were sitting on my couch, holding our son. But I guess I was wrong.
Elizabeth: Gia glanced away from the road to tell me something. I looked up, saw the light was red, yelled for her to stop, and that's when Courtney hit us.
Lucky: What about Nikolas?
Elizabeth: Oh, she told him, Lucky. He knew all along. Nikolas manipulated me into remembering the accident happened the way Gia said.
Lucky: I can't believe he let you give a false statement to the police.
Elizabeth: Oh, he needed me to make it official. Every police report says it was Sonny's sister's fault because he either paid off the witnesses or talked them into saying what he wanted.
Lucky: It's like he's been taking lessons from Helena. He did to you what Helena did to me.
Gia: Okay. So I love my new P.J.s.
Nikolas: Hmm. Me, too. Hmm.
Gia: But I still want to flee the country.
Nikolas: Relax, will you? Please?
Gia: You know, what if -- what if Ms. Tilley changes her story? You know, I mean, it's not like she disappeared off the face of the earth.
Nikolas: Yeah, she did. So did the waiter, Paul.
Gia: What did you do to them?
Nikolas: Not you, too.
Gia: Not me what?
Nikolas: Do you honestly think I would have anyone killed, Gia? Tell me you know me better than that. Please?
Skye: You're not kidding, are you?
Alan: I know what you're doing because I do it myself. Anybody in that book could manage my life better than I do.
Skye: Maybe it's genetic.
Alan: Possibly. All I know is that I wind up alienating the people who can help me most. Sound familiar?
Skye: That's what I did to Jax. Not only did I push him away, but I -- I took something beautiful that he'd done and I made it seem cheap and ugly.
Alan: You know that voice that's up in your head, the one you call Skye? You need to find a better friend.
Skye: If I can't trust myself, who can I trust?
Alan: I don't know. All I know is that I need to find a better Alan, and you need to find a better Skye.
Skye: I had Jax to trust. He wanted to help. Now he's given up on me, thanks to Carly. Good night, Daddy.
Alan: Good night, Skye.
Carly: Another drink, Mr. Jacks? It's on the house.
Jax: I own the house.
Carly: You provided financial backing. Technically, it's not the same thing as owning it.
Jax: Not according to your creditors. And what would you do if you were on business with someone that you couldn't trust, someone who became, let's say, a little dangerous every time their feelings got hurt?
Carly: I'd cut them out. So is that what you're planning to do with me?
Jax: How am I supposed to trust you again?
Carly: I could ask the same thing about you. You know what? I was listening in the hall the night that you offered Zander $5 million to betray Sonny.
Carly: Yeah. And I could've confronted you right then and there and told you where to stick your financial backing, but you know what? I didn't. I came close, but you and I decided that our partnership was not going to interfere with our personal lives.
Carly: So you know what? How you deal with Sonny is your business and how I deal with Skye is mine.
Man: Hey, Carly? Here's the final take for tonight, okay?
Carly: Thanks. Thanks, R.C. You know what? Why don't you go ahead and go on home, and I'll lock up tonight, okay?
R.C.: All right, cool.
Carly: Thanks for everything.
Jax: See you, man.
Carly: See you.
Carly: So, the returns on your investment, Mr. Jacks -- 20% ahead of projections. How's your trust in me now?
Jax: How's your impulse control? That's what I'd like to know. You got away with kidnapping tonight. I doubt you'll be so lucky next time.
Carly: There won't be a next time.
Jax: Oh, yes, there will be. That's what I've learned about you.
Carly: Listen, tonight was about Sonny, but --
Jax: It's always about Sonny.
Carly: Not anymore. Look, Sonny will always be in my life, but I am taking steps to get him out of my heart. I'm not going to do things because of Sonny anymore. Look, he doesn't want or need my help and he basically resents me any time I give it to him, and you know what? Skye is the same way, so do yourself a favor, Jax -- cut her loose before you end up just like me. Hmm?
Elizabeth: Nikolas told me what he wanted me to remember.
Lucky: Well, it's not exactly brainwashing with the Ice Princess, but it's close enough.
Elizabeth: Is this how you felt, like someone climbed inside of your head, played tricks with your memory, and now you can't even trust yourself?
Lucky: Well, you're beyond that, though. You know what happened. It's okay.
Elizabeth: Yeah, but what am I supposed to do about it, Lucky? I mean, if I go to the police, what are they going to charge Gia with now? They don't have a blood alcohol test. They'd have to track down the witness, make her admit she was lying, and then it's Nikolas who will pay. He's the one who obstructed justice.
Lucky: Yeah, but he did worse than that. He lied to us.
Elizabeth: But, Lucky, Nikolas has done so much for us. He went with me to New York to look for you. He and Emily drove through that blizzard to get us from the church when we made our Valentine's promises. He gave Lesley Lu his bone marrow for God's sakes. I mean, Nikolas has been such a good friend.
Lucky: Yeah. Well, I guess he doesn't feel that way anymore. All right, you know what? Get Sarah, go to your grandmother's house, stay there. My dad just got done telling me Helena’s still on the loose. She's coming closer.
Elizabeth: Okay -- but wait. Where are you going?
Lucky: I'm going to go take care of something.
Elizabeth: Not alone. Nikolas did this to the both of us.
Lucky: All right. Let's go.
Gia: I don't think you could ever hurt anyone. I love you. Come on.
Nikolas: That's good, because I'm not Sonny Corinthos. I don't make people disappear. All right? I made simple arrangements. That's all I did.
Gia: Well, are you sure your arrangements will work?
Nikolas: Gia, you know, money -- money -- it can't buy happiness, but it works well with inconvenient witnesses. You know? Besides, if you think about it, who really got hurt? Elizabeth -- she's here, she's fine, she's recovered. Courtney got off with a simple fine and a ticket -- big deal. Who cares if I bent the truth to protect my fiancée? You know, anyone would've done the same thing.
Gia: Yeah, as long as you have a huge family fortune to do it with.
Nikolas: Am I supposed to feel guilty that -- that I have the means to make things happen, huh? I love you.
Felicia: You're out past your curfew.
Maxie: I'd be out this late if I were babysitting.
Felicia: Don't do this, Maxie. You know when your curfew applies and you broke it.
Maxie: And now you're going to ground me? That is so completely unfair.
Felicia: We will talk about this tomorrow.
Maxie: Unless you're still too busy doing whatever bizarro case you're working on. You look like a hooker, Mother.
Felicia: I do? I'm undercover, honey.
Maxie: Why can't you just be like Penny's mom? She sells real estate and dresses like a normal human.
Felicia: I'm sure Penny's mom is very happy with what she does. I'm very happy being a P.I., and someday, when you grow up, you're going to be happy with the career that you choose. But right now, you're going to go home. Who's driving?
Felicia: Have you been drinking?
Maxie: Oh, Mom!
Felicia: Well, then you'll be taking Maxie home, and for future reference, you should know that Maxie should be home at 10:00 on weeknights.
Maxie: Are you finished humiliating me yet?
Felicia: Actually, no, I could go on. So the sooner you leave, the better.
Girl: It's okay, Maxie. When my mom and dad got a divorce, my mother got a little crazy, too.
Boy: At least your mom's a hottie.
Luke: Yeah, you're right. Her mom is a hottie.
Roy: Hey, man, perfect timing. Someone saw a woman matching Helena’s description headed for the train yard.
Luke: Are you saying the queen of darkness might be on a freight train?
Felicia: No one would ever expect her there.
Luke: Let's go.
Roy: Let's go.
Sonny: Yeah. No, no, just -- just check the resorts, the villas. But I don't think he's going to go back to the hotel. No, no. Don't wait for me. If you see her, just, you know, grab her but do it politely. I do not want her frightened. All right. Thanks.
Alexis: Did you make this in my kitchen?
Sonny: Somebody bought you a new espresso machine instead of that piece of junk you used to have.
Alexis: Kristina bought a new one. And if you tell her I said this, I'm going to deny it, but you make better cappuccino than she does.
Sonny: Mrs. Cerullo taught me.
Alexis: Ned's former mother-in-law?
Sonny: Yeah. She taught me how to cook, too.
Alexis: See, that's the thing -- you need to be taught how to cook. You need to be conditioned to use the -- the machinery.
Sonny: A stove?
Alexis: No, the ingredients and the gadgets, and if you do it right, you make a mess. If you don't do it right, like I don't do it right, you create smoke. I didn't have a kitchen, obviously, where I grew up and I certainly didn't have one in boarding school, so it was the first time that I really ever saw a kitchen when I got my own apartment. Why are you staring at me like that?
Sonny: Well, I'm just thinking that -- you're the only person I can trust.
Carly: You know what? You will thank me in the end.
Jax: The mind boggles.
Carly: You know what? You're much better off without Skye.
Jax: Well, I'll take that under advisement since it's coming from you. But, seriously, if there is a repeat of the boat shed caper or anything like that, I will close down the club. Do you understand that?
Carly: Yes. Look, I value this place too much to lose it. And I'm going to prove to you that you were right to invest in it.
Jax: Okay. Can I give you a ride home?
Carly: No, thanks. My car's outside.
Jax: You got a driver waiting?
Carly: No, I am the driver. I got my license, and the dealer dropped my car in the lot out front.
Carly: It's a sporty little number, midnight blue.
Jax: Very impressive.
Carly: Thank you. You know what? I am going to be driving myself home tonight like most people do after work.
Jax: Oh, okay. Well, do me a favor then -- give me a few minutes head start so I can get off the road, okay?
Carly: Hey, hey! I am a very good driver, I'll have you know. I am very cautious, extremely so.
Jax: Well, that is -- that is good to know.
Carly: Yes. Hmm. Oh.
Jax: I'll see you later.
Skye: Hello, Carly.
Nikolas: Come here. You know what I want right now?
Gia: Well, I think I have a pretty good idea.
Nikolas: The accident's over. It's not going to mean anything to us at all. We will not lose anything worth having.
Lucky: Oh, yeah? Does that include me, brother?
Felicia: The kid that saw Helena head out -- how did he describe her?
Roy: Older blonde.
Luke: How old was the kid?
Roy: I don't know. He was maybe 16.
Luke: Oh, man, he could have been describing an older blonde of 25.
Felicia: Well, I think we should go to the airport. I mean, that pilot's probably warming up the engine right now to fly Helena out.
Luke: Yeah. A Lear jet would be her style, but I think we ought to concentrate on places not so obvious -- like this. She would never travel freight, so it's worth a look. I'll check this out. Why don't you see the west train yard over there?
Roy and Felicia: Okay.
Roy: How are you at tracking there, kiddo?
Felicia: Well, I'm better in Texas, but I'll do the best I can.
Luke: Oh, my darling oh, my darling oh, my darling Clementine you are lost and gone forever dreadful sorry, Clementine. Wake up! Wake up, darling. It's me.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Lucky: The brother that I love would never have let Helena escape!
Luke: What am I going to do with you?
Carly: Am I supposed to be scared right now?
Skye: I would be if I were you.
Jax: You owe me a favor, so I'm here to collect.