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Nikolas: Did you type it?
Sharifa: No, I didn't type it. This is a pretty interesting case you put me on, Marcus.
Taggert: You got anything for me?
Nikolas: Are you playing with my mind, Lucky? That's going to end right now.
Sonny: Stay close to Courtney. You understand?
Courtney: You're going to see your son again.
Zander: It's Carly's car.
Lucky: Why would I be messing with your head?
Nikolas: Because you can't let this thing go.
Lucky: Really? I already have. In fact, your little blip on my radar screen has disappeared.
Nikolas: Then how do you explain the message on my desk?
Lucky: What message?
Nikolas: Would you stop it, man. You got into a secret passage, you left me a riddle on an antique typewriter.
Lucky: You've lost it, dude.
Nikolas: No, I haven’t. You're trying to get back at me, so you pull this stunt.
Lucky: You're acting like a jerk. And I realize it comes with being a Cassadine, but I'm not in the mood. See, Gia here has already tanked a photo shoot, so you and your fiancée are free to go back to your little gothic mausoleum and be paranoid on your own time.
Nikolas: Not until we finish this, Lucky.
Jax: Mac, we need more than two divers.
Mac: Two is all we have at the moment.
Jax: Well, get some more. Call the sheriff's office. I mean, they've got to be able to spare some people from neighboring counties.
Mac: At this point, Jax, it's probably a recovery and not a rescue effort.
Jax: Come on, Mac, the divers haven't been able to see inside the car, okay? She could be trapped inside with an air pocket. And if she's not, then we need to expand the search immediately.
Mac: The divers have combed a great deal of the territory already.
Jax: Have they checked the direction of the currents? She could be pulled miles downstream in a very short period of time. Have the currents shifted since the car entered the water? What was the point of impact? If she was thrown clear from the car, she may have been thrown far enough away that she picked up an entirely different current and taken to a different location. Mac, believe me, these are all possibilities. We need detailed charts of the lake's currents. Every possibility has to be covered here.
Mac: What you're saying, Jax, is a long shot.
Jax: Yeah, maybe. And maybe not. Look, I'll personally underwrite whatever it takes to conduct a thorough search. If Carly's out there somewhere trying to survive, we need to find her fast.
Michael: This is for you, Grandma.
Bobbie: Thank you, Michael.
Michael: And this is for Mommy.
Bobbie: Well, you know what? Your mommy is going to love that flower. Now, what do you suppose we can do to keep it nice and fresh?
Bobbie: Oh. Well, that's a good idea. Why don't we go get a cup of water, and then when she gets back you can give it to her yourself. How's that? Come on.
Zander: Sonny, it's me.
Sonny: What do you got?
Zander: They -- Carly had a vanity plate made for her car, cc101 -- her initials and the name of the club. One of the police divers got a positive I.D. on the plate of the car that went in the lake.
Sonny: Just say it, Zander.
Zander: It's her car down there, Sonny. It's Carly's car. You hear me, Sonny? The divers say it's Carly's car. They I.D.'d the license plate.
Sonny: She there?
Zander: They couldn't see inside the car. They're still down there working on it. It's deep in the water.
Sonny: Okay, stay on it.
Courtney: Wait. Hey. You're always saying how much I mean to you, and then you're just going to cut me off? No, wait, Sonny, you are not going to just walk out on me.
Mac: The divers found the car earlier today.
Scott: The skin divers took their sweet time, Mac.
Mac: The process was slowed by the 80-foot depth and near-freezing temperatures.
Jax: All the more reason to expand the search immediately.
Scott: Has anyone told Bobbie yet?
Jax: I was just with her. She clearly doesn't know.
Scott: Did you say something to her?
Jax: No, I wanted to be sure.
Scott: What about you guys, Mac? Anybody say anything?
Mac: We weren't sure the car was Carly's until just now.
Jax: Someone has to tell her.
Scott: I'll tell her.
Mac: Tell her we're doing everything we can, Scott. If Carly was thrown clear, there's a chance.
Scott: Of course there's a chance.
Zander: How many cops do you have along the shore?
Mac: All we can spare.
Zander: All you can spare. Well, then spare some more. Carly could have passed out. She could be freezing. She could be suffering from hypothermia.
Mac: We've got it covered.
Zander: Carly's a strong swimmer. She grew up by the beach in Florida. If she found herself in water, she wouldn't panic. She'd know how to handle herself. She would just swim away from the car. So -- so you need to search at least 10 miles of the coast each way because if she's -- if she's lying on the coast, she could be passed out.
Mac: Zander, we'll find her.
Zander: Don't give me that, Mac. Don't give me that. They knew exactly where the car was, and it took them half the damn day to find it. They're a joke!
Mac: Listen to me. Right now your mouth is writing checks your body can't cash. Shut up, or you'll be waiting downstairs in a cell.
Sonny: Courtney, I don't have time right now --
Courtney: I have things I need to speak to you about.
Sonny: Not now. I can't do it now.
Courtney: Look, this is really important, Sonny, to both A.J. and me.
Sonny: So you admit A.J. sent you here?
Courtney: No. This is was my idea. I think that A.J. deserves a chance with Michael.
Sonny: Wait, I don't have time right now. You tell your husband nothing he does, nobody he hurts is going to get him Carly's child.
Courtney: Okay, wait -- A.J. is Michael’s biological father.
Sonny: He signed Michael away, period!
Courtney: Okay, well, what about me? I want to know Michael.
Sonny: You can come over here anytime you want. That's a different subject. But I got to go.
Courtney: All A.J. wants is to share in his little boy's life, to have some small part of his growing up. Is that so impossible?
Sonny: You tell A.J. the trade is never going to happen. The subject of Michael is closed.
Courtney: That's not fair!
Sonny: It's fair to me! Sorry.
Alexis: What was the call about?
Sonny: It was Carly's car.
Alexis: Oh, God.
Sonny: I got to go. I got to take care of -- I got to protect somebody. Bye.
Courtney: How could he treat me like that?
Alexis: School time, Courtney. You are now going to get a graduate degree on your brother, A.J., and your marriage.
A.J.: Surprised to see me alive, Mike?
Mike: I didn't expect you back from your honeymoon.
A.J.: Decided to cut it short.
A.J.: Yeah, you know, we wanted to get back and share our excitement with our friends and family.
Mike: I'm sure your family is thrilled.
A.J.: Yeah. So what brings you here? Oh, let me guess -- you probably want to tell Courtney what a disastrous mistake she's made, right?
Mike: Actually, I brought her a gift. Is she here?
A.J.: No, actually, she's running errands. I can give it to her if you'd like.
A.J.: Admit it -- you're not happy about me marrying Courtney.
Gia: You guys, leave it alone.
Nikolas: I will as soon as he admits what he did.
Lucky: You know, you got a strange way of trying to be buddies again.
Nikolas: I'm not trying.
Lucky: Of course not. You sent Gia to do it over here instead.
Nikolas: Look, our brother days are over. I'm real clear on that, all right?
Lucky: What are you trying to do? You come over here, you try to bait a fight with me right after you send Gia to play matchmaker.
Nikolas: Gia was speaking for herself. She has this idea that you and I will have an empty void in our life if we end our relationship, period.
Lucky: It's too late for second chances.
Nikolas: Well, that's one thing we agree on.
Lucky: Then you try to blame me for some sort of riddle.
Nikolas: Why don't you drop the act and just tell me the truth!
Lucky: You got the note on you?
Nikolas: Yeah, I do.
Lucky: Why don't you let me see it?
Nikolas: Fine, good. Here, take a look.
Lucky: "When is the sun like the dark of the moon and never brought to light?" Boy, this isn't twisted at all. It's right on. You're the sun and Stavros is the moon.
Gia: Lucky, stop it.
Lucky: Why? Is it too close to home for you?
Gia: It could mean anything.
Lucky: No, face it, Gia, it means that the guy you're marrying is becoming more and more like his old man every day.
Nikolas: You know what? You've got this all figured out, don't you? You put a lot of thought into this before you typed it. Right?
Lucky: Now you're starting to annoy me.
Gia: You know, I bet Helena is behind this whole thing.
Nikolas: She's not.
Gia: She told you that riddle.
Nikolas: Gia, I have checked every possible source -- the guards, the men at the launch, the prison authorities. Helena couldn't have done it. None of her men have been on the property.
Lucky: So it has to be me.
Nikolas: That's right!
Lucky: Oh, yeah, that makes a lot of sense.
Gia: Can't you see how pointless this is? You and Nikolas love each other. That's why you're both so angry. Each of you thinks that the other didn't value the sacrifices that you made and the bond that you shared. You know, I've watched both of you, and guess what -- you're wrong. You need each other. You miss each other. And the fact that you're fighting is just tearing you apart. You know, neither one of you are liars except when your back is against the wall and you're desperately trying to protect someone that you love. And you know, right now it just doesn't seem like one of those times. So, Lucky, did you leave the typewriter and the note?
Gia: Okay. It was someone else.
Nikolas: Because of a simple "no," you believe Lucky, right?
Gia: Someone has to believe sometime, and I'm making the first gesture, okay? He didn't do it.
Nikolas: Fine. Let's go.
Lucky: Hold it.
Lucky: Your key to Wyndemere. Next time you get spooked by your father's legacy, don't come running to me. I'm not the one who's driving you crazy, Nikolas. You look like you're doing a great job by yourself.
Bobbie: You know, Michael, when I was little, your Uncle Luke and I used to come to this very same park and we used to play in the afternoons because our mom had to work, too, just like your mom. , Not in a big, fancy club like your mom does. My mom used to clean house but she still had to work and she wasn't around in come here to play after school and we'd run around and we'd go on the bars. It was really fun. And then before it was time for me to go home, I would pick flowers for my mom and we'd bring them home, and she'd come home from work and we'd have them sitting there in a cup of water waiting for her. And she always loved her flowers. The same way your mommy is going to love your flower. Hey, you know what you do? Take the end, take a little piece off the end of the stem. You always do that with fresh flowers because it makes them last longer. That's it. Rip it off. And then once you get it ripped off, you put it back in the water. Let me help you. I'll help you. Perfect. Now it'll be nice and fresh for you to give to your mom.
Girl: Get out of town. No way do you know that guy.
Maxie: Lucky and I go way back.
Maxie: Our parents have known each other for years. His dad even dated my mom. How weird is that.
Girl: You mean you were almost, like, his stepsister?
Maxie: No, but they went out for a while. Lucky and I used to have these private talks about it. He was the only one who really understood.
Girl: You swear you're telling the truth? He actually knows your name and everything?
Maxie: Hey. Lucky. How's it going?
Lucky: Hey, Maxie.
Maxie: These are my friends, Megan and Katie.
Maxie: You want some help with this stuff?
Lucky: Thank you, but I'm okay. I got it myself.
Katie: We've got some free time.
Lucky: All right, then, sure. That would be a big help. All right. That stuff over there goes in this case.
Maxie: What about that one?
Lucky: This stuff here, actually, it's a lot of delicate equipment. I have to pack it myself. You know what? You can do me a favor by holding on to my camera.
Lucky: So, what's up? No school today?
Megan: Teachers' conference.
Lucky: Oh, yeah. You mean, when the teachers and the parents talk about you behind your back. Yeah, I remember that. But I bet you guys have no complaints about getting a day off, though, right?
Maxie: Right. I bet you always got good reports.
Lucky: No, actually, I was a bit of a rebel.
Maxie: I know what you mean.
Lucky: Hey, you know what? Could you guys watch my stuff here for me while I go to my car?
Maxie: Sure, no problem.
Lucky: Thank you.
Megan: He's like a god.
Katie: He is so nice.
Megan: Has he ever asked you out or anything?
Maxie: No, we're just good friends.
Megan: Is he available?
Maxie: Actually, he just broke up with his fiancée. It was pretty sad. They'd been together for a long time. But stuff like that happens, you know? Sometimes two people just aren't meant to be together.
Maxie: But don't get any ideas about making any plays for him. I get first dibs.
Megan: Maxie, you could pretty much date whoever you wanted to at school. But this guy --
Katie: He's way out of your league.
Maxie: But not yours?
Katie: Okay, fine, I admit it. Neither of us have a chance.
Maxie: Want to bet?
Lucky: All right. Thank you so much for watching everything. It made my job a lot easier.
Katie: It was our pleasure.
Lucky: All right, well, I guess I'll see you ladies around.
Maxie: Hey, Lucky? Could I speak to you alone about something really important?
Lucky: Yeah, sure. Come over here.
Mike: You're right, A.J. I'm not happy that you married Courtney.
A.J.: I'm very impressed. Keeping the lid on your rage -- I never thought of you as a guy with self-control.
Mike: Courtney loves you. So, for her sake, I will find a way to make peace with the situation.
A.J.: I can give Courtney things she's never had, the kind of life she's never had.
Mike: So could other people. Sonny, for example.
A.J.: She doesn't want her brother, Mike. She wants me.
Mike: Look, A.J., I didn't come here to argue. We're both a part of Courtney’s life now, so if you ever need any advice --
Mike: I know a lot about my daughter.
A.J.: So do I.
Mike: Her favorite color is blue. She loves butterscotch sundaes. She has a great sense of humor. Hates hypocrisy.
A.J.: Wow, Mike. You know, I was always under the impression that you knew next to nothing about your daughter.
Mike: That's interesting, A.J., because your son doesn't even recognize you. First you were drunk, then you set fires in a failed attempt to frame Sonny and Jason, and then you spent so much time obsessed with vengeance against Sonny and Michael’s mother that you barely gave a thought to the son that you were supposedly doing it all for. Now, that is pretty much why you lost him, isn't it?
Mike: Tell Courtney I was here.
A.J.: I will. Have a good day.
Alexis: Courtney, this doesn't have anything to do with you.
Courtney: Well, it sure felt that way from my end.
Alexis: Well, it doesn't.
Courtney: Okay, what are you talking about?
Alexis: The animosity between A.J. and Sonny has to do with children. It has to do with Michael and the baby that Sonny and Carly lost.
Courtney: So what do you mean, that Michael is Sonny's replacement for the baby?
Alexis: No, that's not what I'm saying.
Courtney: Okay, look, there's got to be some way --
Alexis: Sonny loved the baby, he loves Michael. Both children happen to be Carly’s.
Courtney: Okay, so?
Alexis: So Sonny is wondering whether A.J. sent you over here on this particular day because of what happened.
Courtney: Wait a second. Back up. What happened?
Alexis: Carly was in a car accident.
Courtney: I didn't know about any accident. I'm sure A.J. doesn't, either, or else he --
Alexis: Last night her car went over a bluff and crashed into a lake, and there's a very good chance that she didn't survive.
Bobbie: Oh, Scott. Hi.
Bobbie: You're the last person I expected to see.
Scott: Um --
Bobbie: And if you're here to reopen the subject of a certain person's parental rights, you're wasting your breath.
Scott: That's not why I'm here.
Bobbie: Okay, you know, because my grandson and I are actually having a really nice day, so I'd appreciate it if you respected that.
Scott: It's not about you and me.
Bobbie: Well, you know what? Actually, I think it is. I mean, you have your opinion and I have mine. And since the thing we're disagreeing about is my daughter, I don't think we're going to be able to agree on anything in the middle.
Scott: Is there anybody in the park here that can watch Michael while we talk?
Bobbie: No. Why?
Scott: It's about Carly.
Michael: Uncle Sonny!
Bobbie: Scott, what is it?
Alexis: Carly hasn't driven since I've known her, but apparently she learned how and she bought herself a new sports coupe. And a car with that description driven by a woman who appeared to be blond was seen crashing through a rail and into a lake. Zander was the first to find out about it and he came over here to tell Sonny about it shortly before you got here.
Courtney: I swear I had no idea.
Alexis: I realize that, Courtney. The call that he just got confirmed that that was Carly's car, so I'm sure you can understand why he's so upset.
Courtney: I didn't know. God, Sonny must be devastated. God, I feel like such an idiot. I just stood here and went on and on about my own stuff. Will you tell him that I am really sorry?
Alexis: I'll pass it on.
Courtney: And A.J., he definitely didn't know about this.
Alexis: Then why don't you go home and give him Sonny's message.
Courtney: One thing I didn't understand was -- what was Sonny talking about when he told me to tell A.J. that the trade would never happen?
Alexis: Why don't you come over here and sit down?
Alexis: When you were in the Caribbean with A.J., a bunch of people came and descended upon you.
Courtney: Yeah, which was crazy.
Alexis: Do you know why we did that?
Courtney: Because you all hate my husband. But you don't know him like I do.
Alexis: We all know him a lot longer than you do.
Courtney: Look, I have been through this way too many times.
Alexis: We were concerned about what he was planning to do to you, Courtney.
Courtney: He married me. Wow, what a horrible thing.
Alexis: What A.J. did was a horrible thing.
Courtney: Look, I didn't stick around to listen to you badmouth A.J., so
Alexis: Courtney, A.J. offered Sonny a trade. The trade was you for Michael.
Courtney: That's insane.
Alexis: I couldn't agree with you more. The man who swore to love you for the rest of his life was willing to drop you on the spot in exchange for his son.
Courtney: I don't believe it. No way.
Michael: Uncle Sonny, you're squishing me.
Sonny: I'm sorry, buddy. I'm just glad to see you.
Michael: Happy birthday.
Sonny: Thank you.
Michael: Did you get my card? Mommy said she'd bring it to you.
Sonny: Yeah, Mommy's probably going to bring it by later. Come on.
Scott: Come on, let's sit down over here.
Bobbie: Scott? What is it? What's happened?
Scott: I don't know how to tell you this, Bobbie.
Bobbie: It's okay. Just say it.
Scott: Last night on the Richland Avenue bluff, you know, this car went into the lake. It was Carly's car.
Bobbie: Oh, my God. Are they sure?
Scott: Well, the police skin divers went down. It's definitely Carly's car.
Bobbie: Was she in it?
Scott: Well, you know, they don't know. She -- it's in 80 feet of water, so --
Bobbie: Oh, Scott!
Scott: I know, it's -- nobody knows anything.
Bobbie: Could she have survived?
Scott: I'm sure she could have. It's just that nobody knows anything yet. They're just down there diving, checking it out.
Sonny: She's going to love it, just like she loves everything you give her, okay, because you're the most important thing in her life. You know that, don't you? Huh? Your mom is the bravest person I know. Nothing can make her give up. When she loves somebody the way she loves you, she'll do anything in the world for them. It's amazing to see. She can make anything happen, even the impossible. Okay, so I'm telling you something right now. Even if your mom thought she might be separated from me, she would never give up. She would never let that happen until she was back with you again. Do you understand what I'm saying? You're very lucky to have a mother like that. Okay. I just saw a -- an ice cream truck. You want a Popsicle?
Sonny: Yeah, let's go.
Bobbie: So what are they doing to find her? Are they rescuing her?
Jax: Cool yourself down, okay?
Zander: I'm okay. I'm okay!
Mac: I'll let you know if there's any news.
Jax: Thanks, Mac. Settle down, okay? This is not helping anybody.
Zander: They're idiots.
Jax: Mac is doing his best.
Zander: Yeah, right.
Jax: Hey, Zander, the cops aren't going to work any harder because you get in Mac’s face and tell him he can't do his job.
Zander: They have to find Carly, whatever it takes.
Jax: They will.
Zander: I should've been watching her, Jax. I should've known she'd do something crazy.
Jax: Well, you were watching Carly for Sonny. You couldn't have been responsible for her 24 hours a day. The witness said that she was driving erratically.
Zander: She wasn't -- she wasn't drinking.
Jax: I'm not saying that she was. She was probably --
Zander: I saw her last night. She was just upset.
Jax: About what?
Zander: I should've kept her safe. I could've kept her safe, Jax.
Gia: It's just some dumb practical joke.
Nikolas: Maybe, but someone who has access to this house. Now, if there's something wrong with our security system, I want to know about it.
Sharifa: Well, if you ask me, it just comes with the territory.
Nikolas: What are you doing in here, and what do you mean by that, Sharifa?
Sharifa: I'm having some tea. Look, Nikolas, you're young, you're powerful, you're influential. You have everything going for you. That really ticks some people off. They realize they're never going to have what you have and it makes them want to bring you down. It's just one of the risks you take when you rise above ordinary people.
Gia: Sharifa has a point. It's just probably some little person who's jealous and they're trying to get a rise out of you. I think it's just totally harmless, Nikolas.
Nikolas: So explain the riddle.
Gia: Somebody probably heard you say it to Luke or they overheard Helena say it the first time. She was in the hospital. Think about how much staff is around.
Sharifa: Oh, by the way, you guys -- who is this handsome devil? I found his picture on my dresser this morning.
Nikolas: Damn it!
Lucky: So, what's up?
Maxie: I have this project for social studies. It's a job research type of thing, and I'm supposed to write a report on someone who has a career I think is fascinating. So I thought you'd be the perfect person.
Lucky: Well, thank you, Maxie.
Maxie: So I can hang out with you this week? Follow you around and see what you do?
Lucky: It's actually pretty boring.
Maxie: I think it's interesting.
Lucky: Yeah, but you only get to see the fun part. Most of it's really monotonous -- waiting for the crew to set up, waiting for everybody else to get ready, taking 50 shots for every one that works, developing the film --
Maxie: See? This is great. There's so much to learn and you know everything.
Lucky: Well, I don't know about all that.
Maxie: Please, Lucky? I think I could really get into this project. I won't get in your way, I promise.
Lucky: Sure. All right. All right, I'll tell you what -- give me a call tomorrow and I'll schedule a time and a place.
Maxie: Okay. Cool.
Lucky: All right.
Katie: Maxie, you were so good!
Maxie: I was casual, not too eager or anything?
Megan: Oh, totally relaxed.
Maxie: I'm going to be the most amazing assistant Lucky Spencer ever had.
Megan: Oh, I just don't believe this.
Katie: You are going to be locked in a darkroom with that total hottie.
Maxie: Who knew school could be so much fun?
Sonny's voice: You look good in my shirt. Maybe you should wear it to court with your sensible pumps.
Alexis: We've never done this before.
Sonny: Sure we have.
Alexis: Not undressed.
Alexis: I tolerate you.
Sonny: That's not what you said last night.
Alexis: Could you please show a little respect?
Sonny: Well, I actually respect you more now than I ever have.
Alexis: Okay, that's not funny.
Scott: Want to talk to Bobbie?
Sonny: Yeah, hey, Mr. Baldwin's going to take you to the swings, okay? Your grandma and I will be here when you get back.
Sonny: Okay, kiddo?
Scott: Come on. Let's go over to the swings.
Bobbie: Why weren't you with her? You told me you would always take care of her. You said those words before God when you married her. Where were you, Sonny? I'm sorry.
Sonny: You don't have to be.
Bobbie: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I know this is not your fault.
Sonny: Don't count your daughter out.
Bobbie: She could've survived, right? I mean, I -- I have to hold on to that. I know she could've survived. She's out there, she's alive. She's fighting to live, and she will.
Sonny: If anybody can make it, Carly can.
Bobbie: You really do care about her, don't you?
Sonny: I always will.
Jax: Look, Zander, no one could've kept Carly safe.
Zander: I taught her how to drive. She was in that car because of me.
Jax: She does what she wants.
Zander: No, she didn't want to drive. She didn't want to learn how to drive, but I talked her into it. I told her she'd be fine, she'd be okay, she could do it, she'd be safe. What the hell was I thinking?
Jax: Look, you're not responsible.
Zander: Carly spent her whole life not driving. She lived with Sonny for years and he never pushed it because he knew. He knew -- he knew she was a person that did not belong behind the wheel because Carly, she -- she acts out, she's impulsive, she -- she had her own reasons for not wanting to learn how to drive, but I pushed her. I convinced her to do it. I took her out in the car and I gave her lessons.
Jax: Don't do this to yourself, kid.
Zander: No, you know what? It's the whole thing, it's the whole thing. It's the driving, it's what happened last night, what she saw, how I reacted --
Jax: What happened last night?
Zander: One thing. If one thing would've gone differently, one -- one link in this chain of events, this whole thing could've been derailed. She -- she'd have been safe. She'd be safe right now.
Mac: Jax, Zander. We got word from the accident scene.
Gia: Sharifa and I are going to do some shopping. You want to meet us later for -- why are you so obsessed with that picture? It's just a picture of Stavros.
Nikolas: Because I've never seen it before.
Gia: Well, it was probably stuck in a drawer or something.
Nikolas: No, Gia. I have gone through every single drawer, every photo album. I have never seen this before.
Sharifa: Why are you so worried about this picture? I told you, I found it right on top of my dresser.
Nikolas: This is the first time you've seen this, Sharifa?
Sharifa: Yes, Nikolas.
Nikolas: Someone's just upped the ante.
Gia: Maybe Mrs. Lansbury left it out.
Nikolas: Gia, she wouldn't do it. Someone is just trying to intimidate me and I'm going to find out who it is and put a stop to it. Excuse me.
Sharifa: Gia, what is going on here?
Gia: I don't know, but I'm really tired of all of it. Some changes definitely need to be made around here.
A.J.: Oh, thank God. I was worried Sonny kidnapped you. Is everything okay? What happened?
Courtney: Actually, no.
A.J.: Well, what? What happened? What did -- what -- what did Sonny say?
Courtney: It's not what he said.
A.J.: He didn't hurt you, did he?
Courtney: No. No, nothing like that. Sonny was really upset.
A.J.: Well, gee, poor guy. What's the problem, Courtney?
Courtney: Sonny got a call from the police, A.J. Carly drove her car into the lake. She may be dead.
Courtney: You're -- you're smiling? Oh, my God. They were right about you.
Sonny: When Courtney asked about Michael, I knew that A.J. sent her over.
Bobbie: He never gives up, does he?
Sonny: No. Well, you know, I hate to bring this up at a time like this, but we need to be prepared just in case because, you know, he's going to pull everything he can to get Michael back.
Bobbie: Okay, yeah, right. I -- I appreciate the info.
Scott: Well, he's a daredevil.
Sonny: Yeah. Uh, you must be tired. I'm going to take you home, okay? What's up?
Zander: They're bringing up the car.
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Gia: Either Lucky goes or I go.
A.J.: Anyone who knows Carly knows she doesn't drive.
Sonny: They're pulling up the car.
Scott: Is there any news yet?
Jax: Not yet.
Sonny: What was Carly doing behind the wheel of a car anyway? She's afraid to drive.
Zander: I taught her.