>> Previously on "General Hospital" --
Roy: Thanks for the dance.
Felicia: It was fun.
Laura: Something is wrong.
Luke: Who are you? Where is Helena Cassadine?
Carly: The sooner you move out, the sooner Jason can move back in.
Jax: Try spending some time with Alexis to see if you're actually over her.
Carly: I understand how your life works, and I'm not afraid of it anymore because I love you.
Laura: Where in God's name could my engagement ring be?
Bobbie: I have absolutely no idea, but we have to be narrowing the options because how many times have we just retraced your steps?
Laura: And come up completely empty.
Bobbie: Yeah. But we're not done.
Laura: But this is just so frustrating. How could I have lost it?
Bobbie: I have no idea, but don't worry, we'll find it. And you know what? If we don't find it, we'll have another ring made.
Laura: No, I'm not going to have another one made.
Bobbie: Luke would be fine with that.
Laura: I wouldn't.
Bobbie: Well, I mean, tell him. Of course tell him. I know he would understand.
Laura: Well, I -- I haven't even heard from him since yesterday. I don't know where he is. I don't know what he's doing. I have a feeling that something is really, really wrong.
Bobbie: Laura, I'm really sorry you're feeling that way, but Luke is Luke and you know that and you'll hear from him when you hear from him.
Laura: What if it's Helena? She always told me that she put a curse on us. You know? We're trying to get married again, and the last time she put a curse on us at our wedding.
Bobbie: A curse? Laura, please listen to yourself. Stop that. Helena may be many things, all of them bad, but she is not supernatural or magical or bewitched. She said that to scare you.
Laura: Well, she did.
Bobbie: She is a sick, angry woman, and she's in jail for the rest of her life. She can't hurt you anymore.
Laura: I'm sorry. You know, the one thing your brother taught me was to trust my own instincts, and right now my instincts are screaming that something is really wrong here.
Elton: Oh! Terrible news.
Laura: What happened? What's wrong?
Elton: The wedding is falling apart around my ankles. I tell you, it's an absolute avalanche of disaster.
[Knock on door]
Roy: Coming, already. Keep your pants on, for Peteís sake.
Roy: What the hell?
Maxie: I didn't know where else to go.
Roy: What -- what's the problem, Maxie?
Maxie: My mom and I had a fight. We've been doing that a lot lately. I know you've noticed.
Roy: Yeah, yeah, I have, but I'm not sure what business it is of mine.
Maxie: Mom and you are close. I figured you could give me some advice or something.
Roy: Some advice. Yeah. Does she know where you are?
Maxie: Not exactly.
Roy: Okay. Well, let me give her a call --
Maxie: No, please.
Roy: Well, she'll be worried if she doesn't know where you are.
Maxie: Mom and I were talking about you.
Roy: What? What do you mean?
Maxie: One of us has the hots for you. Can you guess who it is?
Roy: Okay, kiddo. Now, if this is your idea of getting back at her for something she's done to you, it's a bad idea.
[Knock on door]
Roy: Um Ė
Carly: Hey. Why do you insist on living here every time you're in town?
Jason: Come on. I like Jakeís. So do you. What's the problem?
Carly: No, I like to play pool here. But the bartenders are rude and they never tell me if you're here and they never give you any of my messages.
Jason: That's because it's not their job.
Carly: You pay rent here, and probably a hell of a lot more than what it's worth. So I think it should buy a little common courtesy.
Jason: What do you want?
Carly: Well, I need a little help.
Jason: What did you do?
Carly: Nothing, nothing -- yet. It's what I'm about to do.
[Knock on door]
Sonny: Come on in. Can I get you some coffee?
Alexis: No, thank you. I just wanted to tell you that I'll be leaving.
Sonny: On a trip?
Alexis: For good. I'm moving out of the penthouse at the end of the month. So if you'd like to lease it to someone else --
Sonny: Haven't we gone over this already?
Alexis: Yes, we have, but this is official. I'm officially giving you my notice.
Sonny: Well, you don't have to go. I mean, if you feel pressured --
Alexis: Yes, I do.
Sonny: Why? Where would you go?
Alexis: Downtown. I have a lot of business down there and it's near the courts.
Sonny: What's really going on here? Come on, don't --
Alexis: I would think that would be obvious to you.
Sonny: Is it because of me?
Sonny: Because of what you think I did?
Alexis: Because of what I know you did.
Sonny: Because of what you know I did? Okay. Hmm. Does it have anything to do with Carly?
Sonny: Carly's been spending a lot of time here. Maybe you feel like you have to go --
Alexis: I'm honestly not basing my decision on Carly.
Sonny: It just seems kind of sudden.
Alexis: Things aren't always what they seem.
Sonny: I like having you across the hall. We had some great times.
Alexis: And I liked being across the hall. But now I need to do what I need to do, and I think it's for the best.
Sonny: So you've been thinking -- thinking it out?
Alexis: Yes, I have. I have. I am looking to my future, and it feels right.
Sonny: Good for you.
Alexis: Good for me.
Jason: I won't cover for you again.
Carly: No, that's not what I mean.
Jason: Okay, I don't want to hear any new plans.
Carly: I -- that is not why I'm here, okay? Things are going really, really well with me and Sonny, and I don't want to screw them up but I am afraid that I will.
Jason: You're afraid you might do something?
Carly: Well, let's face it, Jason. I mean, I have a pattern, you know? I stir things up, and then I make disastrous mistakes.
Jason: You're right, you do.
Carly: Yeah, but I don't want to do that anymore, not with Sonny, because we have a second chance. And I think things are going to be great as long as I can pull it off.
Jason: Carly, there's nothing to pull off. You make Sonny happy. That's it.
Carly: No, see, that is a problem, Jason, because I don't know how to do that happily-ever-after thing. I need -- I need your help.
Jason: To do what?
Carly: Not to shoot myself in the foot. Look, eventually, no matter how good my intentions are, I will.
Jason: Sonny already knows exactly who you are, and he loves you.
Carly: I know. It's amazing, isn't it?
Jason: Okay, so just -- just be yourself, with one exception.
Jason: Always tell him the truth.
Carly: Okay, Jason, but what if -- no, what if I know that it's something he doesn't want to hear?
Jason: No, no "what ifs." You can just tell him. He's going to find out anyway. He always does.
Carly: True. All right, well -- what else? I mean, how can I stay in control? I mean, how do I not go crazy any time something upsets me?
Jason: I don't know.
Carly: What, that's it? You don't know?
Jason: Carly, I could give you advice all day, but you're going to do what you want no matter what I say.
Carly: Some help you are.
Felicia: What on earth do you think you're doing?
Maxie: Mom, this isn't what it looks like.
Roy: We were -- I was just going to call you and --
Felicia: What on earth goes on in your head, Maxie?
Maxie: You honestly don't get it?
Felicia: You knew that I was coming over here to discuss business with Roy, yet you dashed over here to see him before I did. Why?
Maxie: I wanted you to know how it feels to think a guy is totally hot and then have someone mess it up by telling him all about it. So, how does it feel, Mom? Embarrassed? Pathetic? Because I've been there.
Felicia: If this is about Lucky, honey, it is --
Maxie: Don't try to deny it, Mom! You went to Lucky and made him back off. You didn't care about how I felt. You barged in and wrecked everything.
Felicia: I'm sorry, but you found out the truth about Lucky.
Maxie: Oh, yeah. You mean your version of the truth.
Felicia: Stop it! Stop it. This is unacceptable behavior. Now, I'm going to take you over to the Marshalls' so you can do your babysitting job because you've already committed to it. And after that's over, you're grounded.
Maxie: You can't do that!
Felicia: Watch me.
Maxie: But I was only trying to prove a point --
Felicia: Stop it! Now, stop talking and go to the car! Now!
Roy: Good morning.
Felicia: Hmm. Good morning.
Roy: You have your hands full here.
Felicia: I'm sorry. I don't know what to say.
Roy: Don't have to say anything.
Felicia: I -- I don't know where she came up with that.
Roy: Maybe a movie, some TV show, or something?
Felicia: No, no, no, I mean that I have the hots for you. I don't know where she came up with that. I mean, it's not something that I've discussed with her.
Roy: Oh. Okay.
Felicia: Okay. I -- I got to go.
Roy: Yeah. You want to tell me what the business is that -- or not.
Elton: The church we booked for the wedding has been shut down. I don't know. Some father called about a pipe bursting loose and now the basement is full of water. But don't panic.
Laura: Are they sure it won't be ready in time?
Elton: Oh, no, no, no. They're closed indefinitely. Now they're complaining about mildew or mold in the drywall. I don't know. We've got to find another church immediately.
Laura: Okay. I'll leave it in your hands.
Elton: Well, thank you for your vote of confidence, Ms. Spencer. I won't let you down. By God, you're going to have the wedding of the century if it kills me. Oh, listen, I've had all the phone calls transferred over here to the house until all this mess gets settled. Oh, I've got to go in the study and get ahold of that caterer.
Laura: Did you hear that? There's no church.
Bobbie: Mm-hmm. Well, that could be a coincidence.
Laura: It could be, but it's not.
Bobbie: You know, weddings almost never go smoothly, Laura. I mean, that is almost a law of nature.
Laura: Do you remember how sure you were that Carly was alive, even when everybody was telling you that it was absolutely impossible? That's how strongly I feel about this. I know you think I'm crazy. You think that I should just dismiss the whole thing.
Bobbie: I donít. I don't. I believe that you should always trust your instincts, especially when they are shouting at you.
Laura: Well, they are.
Bobbie: Okay. Well, then we have to find your engagement ring. And I know just the person who can help.
Sonny: All right, Benny. Yeah, get me more information. Yeah. All right. Set it up for this afternoon. Bye.
Carly: Am I interrupting --
Sonny: No. No, no, no. No, not at all. I called you this afternoon, and you had already gone out.
Carly: You know what? I stopped by Jason's over at Jakeís. I don't know how he stands it over there -- four walls and cheap furniture, no possessions. I swear, I would fall into a black hole of depression, but he's happy.
Jason: Maybe he'd like his old penthouse back.
Carly: Alexis' place? Somehow I don't see them being roomies.
Sonny: She won't be there.
Carly: Oh, my God, she did it? She's really moving out?
Sonny: Did you have anything to do with that?
Kristina: You sure you can't make lunch
Ned: I wish I could, but this business meeting just can't wait.
Kristina: You can't tell those stuffed suits that a certain redhead takes priority?
Ned: How about that certain redhead agrees to go to dinner with me tomorrow night instead?
Kristina: Okay. What the heck. I'm easy. 8:00?
Ned: Pick you up then. Bye.
Alexis: Hey. Thanks for driving.
Ned: No problem. Ready to go?
Ned: You sure?
Alexis: I'm sure.
Ned: Hold on.
Laura: You called a psychic to help me find my missing engagement ring?
Bobbie: Okay. It's not the kind of thing I normally go in for, but give it a shot.
Laura: Call and cancel, please.
Bobbie: No. No. What have you got to lose?
Laura: Look, I went to a psychic once when I was 15 years old, and I think he told me that I was -- I was going to marry an accountant and have six children. Okay? I think he also told me that I was Helen of Troy in a previous life.
Bobbie: Okay, okay, I'll admit there are a lot of quacks out there.
Laura: I just don't have the patience for this right now, Bobbie.
Bobbie: Laura, one of the nurses at the hospital was missing a family heirloom, and this psychic found it right away. So, you know what? It could work. Could we just open our minds to the possibility?
Laura: And our wallets?
Elton: All right, people. Don't panic. Oh, God, this is tragic. The pale aqua fabric we ordered for the bridesmaids' gowns has been sent to Madagascar, and the fabric they sent us is puce. Can you imagine? Puce. And wait, there's more. The caterer's come down with food poisoning from chicken that wasn't cooked long enough. He swears it'll never happen again. I need a bubble bath. Look, just don't panic!
Bobbie: Stop saying that, Elton.
Laura: Somebody's trying to sabotage this wedding.
Bobbie: Laura, that's a little extreme.
Laura: Extreme? Didn't you hear that man? How many things have gone wrong, Bobbie? Five? Six?
Bobbie: Well, you know, with you and Luke, don't things always go wrong? I mean, come on. That's one of the reasons why you love each other so much. Just when you think you know what's going to happen, you get all kinds of surprising twists and turns. And, besides, that should be your motto -- expect the unexpected.
Bobbie: Let's cross our fingers. Let's hope for some really good news.
Scott: Hi, Bobbie.
Scott: How are you?
Bobbie: I'm fine. How are you?
Scott: Good. Good. Laura.
Scott: I was just down at the hall of records.
Scott: Well, there's been some kind of a foul-up down there. You see, all the legal documents have been moved to another --
Laura: What happened?
Scott: Basically, you and Luke can't get married.
Roy: Yeah. So, you dropped Maxie off at the babysitting job?
Felicia: Yes. We drove in absolute silence. It's a good thing they live close by.
Roy: Yeah. You said something about a job you wanted to discuss?
Felicia: Oh, it's a case that Macís working on. He thought the two of us could help him, but I told him it would be a pass.
Felicia: Well, Roy, come on. It's really complicated. I mean, the last thing you need right now is your partner's teenage daughter showing up at your doorstep, you know, playing out all kinds of dramas, especially before you wake up in the morning.
Roy: Well, I handled that pretty good, didn't I?
Felicia: Well, you shouldn't have to handle that because you're a really good guy and you're kind and you're considerate and -- you're very good at what you do, and the last thing you need is a partner who's just going to bring all kinds of --
Roy: All kinds of baggage?
Felicia: Baggage. Yeah.
Felicia: And I think that it's just a terrible idea.
Roy: Well, you know, I donít. I mean, everybody has baggage, and you and me -- we were a pretty good team down there in Texas helping out Luke and Laura.
Felicia: Yeah. Well, I think under the circumstances, though, I think --
Roy: The thing is about you is that you think fast. You have good instincts. And you were great in that bar fight. I mean, you really had my back. So, what more could a guy ask for in a partner?
Felicia: Um -- well, I just don't -- I just can't have Maxie stirring up the pot like that. You know, that --
Roy: Well, I doubt she will.
Felicia: Well, you don't know what goes on in her head. Oh, my God, nobody knows what goes on in Maxie's head. She doesn't even know what's going on in her head. And I don't know what she's going to do next, and I don't feel very comfortable with that.
Roy: Or maybe it's something else that you don't feel comfortable with, huh?
Felicia: What are you talking about?
Roy: The way you've been having a hard time making eye contact since you got here. You know, I -- I think you might be bothered by what Maxie said about the way you thought of me.
Felicia: Well, I came up with that. I didn't even think it.
Roy: Yeah? You never thought that?
Felicia: Uh-uh. Never came up.
Roy: Hmm. Well, I thought it about you.
Ned: I knew we should have taken my car.
Alexis: Why is it smoking?
Ned: The engine's overheated.
Alexis: Oh. Well, all right. You can fix it. Can't you?
Ned: Oh, sure. Sports cars are my specialty.
Alexis: I believe in you. Go for it. Okay, in any case, I looked over all of your stuff and I cited a number of legal precedents as to why your band has to honor the agreement with l&b, and if they don't, they'll find themselves facing prison sentences for embezzlement.
Ned: Damn, you're good. My regular attorney wanted to let them go.
Alexis: Your regular attorney didn't do his homework.
Ned: Thanks again for agreeing to represent me. I really appreciate it.
Alexis: I'm not going to let you be taken advantage of.
Ned: And I'm really glad that we can be friends.
Alexis: We had our moments.
Ned: To put it mildly.
Alexis: When we weren't speaking to each other.
Ned: The times I hated you.
Alexis: The times I found you unbearably annoying.
Ned: The times I've questioned your basic sanity.
Alexis: Which is questionable. Perhaps we should not talk about this. It might prove counterproductive.
Ned: The point is you and I weathered the storms, even the most recent ones. Like, you know, my dating your little sister. And Sonny. Let's avoid the S word, shall we?
Alexis: It's a good idea, yeah.
Ned: Yeah. And get back to us and our --
Alexis: Salvaging our friendship. Yeah.
Ned: Actually, I -- I give us high marks for maturity. I mean, we could easily be nursing wounds from all sorts of events -- and nonevents, like our non-marriage. But instead, we've grown stronger because of it. So I actually predict that we'll, you know, be friends until we're old and gray.
Alexis: Speak for yourself.
Ned: What, you don't think we'll stay friends?
Alexis: When I turn gray, I plan on dyeing it.
Alexis: And as for our friendship, we've already lasted longer than most people I've known.
Ned: Actually, you've lasted longer than any of my marriages. Oh, no.
Alexis: Yeah, that is depressing.
Ned: No, no, no, no, no. I mean the engine. Oh. We've got trouble.
Carly: I -- I had a discussion with Alexis about moving out.
Sonny: So it was your idea?
Carly: Yeah, I suggested it. I thought that it would be uncomfortable for her living across the hall now that we're back together again.
Carly: Look, I was thinking about Alexis.
Sonny: Not yourself?
Carly: Okay, I admit it. I -- look, it would be awkward having her right here because -- you know what? -- Every time I see Alexis, I flash on -- I flash on seeing the two of you in bed together, okay? And so when I don't see her, I seem to be past it. It's out of sight, out of mind.
Carly: Oh, come on, it's best for Alexis, too. I mean, we are rebuilding our relationship, so why would she want to be here seeing it happen right under her nose?
Sonny: So you just -- you just kind of gave her a push?
Carly: No, yeah. You know what? Yeah, I did. I did.
Sonny: Right. Right. She was thinking of moving out anyway. It's, you know --
Carly: You're -- you're not mad at me?
Sonny: No. Well, I don't like you getting in Alexis' face, but she's a grown woman, she can think for herself. She's not going to do something just because you want her to. Moving out is -- it's what she wants to do.
Carly: Then it seems like it's the best for everyone.
Sonny: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Guess so.
Carly: Well, you know what? I have an idea for the penthouse.
Sonny: Yeah? Well, what's that?
Carly: I don't think that you should let another tenant move in.
Sonny: Not even Jason?
Carly: Uh-uh. I think we should keep it for ourselves. And we can knock out that back wall and we can make it one big apartment.
Sonny: You mean, like, with more bedrooms?
Carly: Oh, yeah, with some more bedrooms, yeah, and a playroom and a family room so we can -- we can grow as a family.
Sonny: It sounds like a good idea.
Carly: This is really happening, isn't it? We're back together. Oh, I can't even believe it.
Sonny: Well, believe it.
Carly: How about we have a celebration?
Carly: We could have a picnic and go to the park and pick up Michael on the way.
Sonny: Oh, I'd love to, but I got a meeting I got to get to.
Carly: Oh, okay. Well, we can do it another time, then.
Sonny: We're going to have all the time in the whole wide world.
Sonny: All right.
Carly: Yeah, hi. This is Carly Corinthos. Yeah, I was wondering, do you think Dr. Meadows could squeeze me in? Yeah, well, it's kind of an emergency. Oh, okay, great. No, I'll be right there. Thank you.
Ned: Damn it.
Alexis: Your muttering swear words under your breath doesn't inspire confidence.
Ned: The radiator hose has sprung a leak.
Alexis: Oh. Okay. Can you fix it?
Ned: Sure, if I was a mechanic and I had a tool. Look, can you -- can I borrow your cell phone? Mine's out of juice.
Alexis: I'd love to have let you borrow it if I had remembered to bring it.
Ned: Are you kidding me?
Alexis: Oh, I wouldn't kid about that. I left it at home.
Ned: Great. Storm's going to be here any minute.
Alexis: Well, you know what? So let's walk to a service station.
Ned: It's miles away.
Alexis: You know, Nikolas lives right around here.
Ned: You're right -- Brendaís old cottage.
Ned: It's 1/4 mile down the road. Okay, we'll just -- we'll head over there and try to beat the storm.
Alexis: All right. Will you get my purse, please?
Alexis: Thank you. All right, let's go.
Ned: I don't believe this.
Roy: Ooh. The storm is coming.
Felicia: I have to go before the roads get bad.
Roy: Yeah. You know, when I said what I said about --
Felicia: Oh, donít. No, donít. You don't have to explain.
Roy: I want to.
Felicia: No. This whole incident has just made me feel completely ridiculous. You're just trying to put me at ease.
Roy: Yeah, right, but I also meant it.
Felicia: Let's just leave it alone.
Roy: Well -- you remember that time you were working undercover as a waitress in that waterfront bar?
Felicia: Yeah, well, I never expected to see anybody I knew, and then you and Luke come walking in.
Roy: Right, right, and I see this babe across the room and she had her back to me. All this wild blonde hair and those tight jeans and that attitude all over the place, and I'm thinking to myself, "Damn, that is one hot-looking woman." And then you turn around and I'm like, "Wait a minute, that's Felicia."
Felicia: You were going to blow my cover.
Roy: You didn't seem to mind.
Felicia: It was good to see a familiar face.
Roy: Yeah. Then Helena walked in.
Felicia: We were pretty good at that escapade, weren't we?
Roy: Oh, we had good teamwork there.
Felicia: Yeah. And I think that we should do that again sometime.
Roy: Absolutely. And why not now?
Felicia: Oh, Roy, I mean, I can't -- I can't risk that. I've got too much going on. I can't risk having Maxie pull another stunt like that, you know?
Roy: Well, you know, Maxie could pull a stunt like that whether or not you and me are teamed up. So, we could just choose to call this even and move on. What do you say?
Laura: What do you mean, we can't get married?
Scott: Well, you see, the documents are missing.
Bobbie: So find copies.
Scott: Well, it's not that easy. See, they're kind of sticklers down at the courthouse about the original, and it seems to be missing.
Bobbie: Oh. Well, there must be some way around this.
Scott: Well, I'm working on it, Bobbie. It's just that, you know, the strange thing is that, you know, things just don't vanish, you know? It's like it was purposely taken.
Bobbie: Oh, that's ridiculous.
Laura: No, it's not. He's right. It was purposely taken.
Bobbie: Mistakes can happen.
Laura: Oh, come on, Bobbie. How many things can you chalk up to being a mistake or a coincidence? Somebody doesn't want Luke and me to get married again. And I think I know who it is.
Scott: Where you going?
Laura: Don't worry about me. Be back later.
Bobbie: Laura, wait. Where are you going?
Woman: Hello. I'm Cressna the psychic. And you are?
Laura: Excuse me.
Cressna: I sense some hostility here.
Scott: Are you okay?
Cressna: I wasn't able to see the ring.
Scott: Certainly made enough noise to wake the sleeping pills.
Cressna: I searched, but the location eludes me.
Scott: Well, now, I guess then that's -- that's a wrap-up here. So, is there a money-back guarantee?
Bobbie: Hey, why don't I get you a personal item of Lauraís? Maybe you would be able to pick up a vibe.
Cressna: It couldn't hurt.
Bobbie: Okay, Iíll be right back.
Cressna: You know, check by the sink. Maybe she took off the ring when she was doing the dishes.
Scott: Did you see that in your little trance?
Cressna: No. My sister-in-law does it all the time.
Bobbie: Cressna, how about this? Laura was wearing this yesterday when she lost the ring.
Cressna: That should do nicely.
Cressna: Oh -- I'm getting something. I -- I'm definitely getting something.
Carly: You are brilliant. Brilliant.
Jason: What did I do?
Carly: Oh, you only gave me the best advice in the world.
Jason: To be straight with Sonny?
Carly: I did it. I did it. I admitted to Sonny that I told Alexis to move out of the penthouse. Normally, I'd beat around the bush, I would have tried to cover, but I just came straight out with it. I didn't really go into detail about how blunt I was or how ticked off Alexis got.
Jason: Well, Sonny knows you both. I'm sure he can guess.
Carly: That's true. But the point is Sonny was so cool about it. He told me Alexis already wanted to move out and -- Jason, this is an amazing change.
Jason: Telling the truth?
Carly: Yeah, not that. I mean, the way that Sonny -- he -- he wasn't suspicious, you know? He wasn't looking for a hidden agenda and -- he forgives me, Jason.
Jason: I know. I told you that.
Carly: Yeah, you did. And you want to know the biggest miracle of all? Hmm? You haven't heard it yet.
Carly: Come on.
Jason: What is it?
Carly: Okay. I suggested to Sonny that we break down the walls between the penthouse and make it one big apartment so we could grow as a family --
Carly: And he thought it was a great idea. Jason -- Jason, do you realize how huge this is? Look, after Sonny and I lost the baby, he was devastated. He couldn't even think about another child and he kept telling me how the life he led, it wasn't right for a family. And I thought he would never come around, but he has. He wants another child.
Jason: That's great --
Jason: But --
Carly: No "buts" because you know what? Once we take this step, nothing is ever going to pull us apart.
Ned: Hello? Anyone here?
Alexis: Just you, me, and the spiders. Oh.
Ned: Okay, where's the phone?
Alexis: It's over there. It's dead.
Ned: Well, thank God someone left a key under the mat.
Alexis: Here's my vote -- I vote we stay here until the storm passes.
Ned: You're freezing. Come over here.
Alexis: I'm all right.
Ned: Come over here. I know you hate having anyone take care of you, but I'm just as stubborn as you are. There you go. I don't want you catching a cold.
[Knock on door]
Sonny: Hi. If you're looking for your sister, she's not here.
Kristina: Well, do you have any idea where she went?
Sonny: No. Why?
Kristina: You sure she's not working on, like, some legal project for you or something like that?
Sonny: Not that I know of. When's the last time you've seen her?
Kristina: Well, I mean, that's just the thing. I have no idea. And wherever she went, she didn't take her cell phone. Sonny, I'm worried about my sister.
Felicia: So Mac needs a man and a woman working undercover, and he thinks that we would be perfect.
Roy: Hmm. Well, I could play the part of the man. I just need some prep time.
Felicia: We need overall strategy.
Roy: So, how about I treat you to a latte down at the local cafe?
Felicia: You going to treat me?
Roy: That is if you don't -- yeah, I am. I swear I am. I save my allowance. If you don't mind going out with a guy who has admitted to less than wholesome thoughts about you in your barmaid getup.
Felicia: I think I can handle it.
Roy: That's the spirit.
Felicia: Where you going?
Roy: I'm going to get an umbrella.
Roy: You know, the summer and the shelter of the storm and all that.
Cressna: I -- I see the ring.
Bobbie: Where is it?
Cressna: It's not in a place. It's -- it's on a hand.
Scott: Well, now, wait a second. You know Laura was wearing the ring yesterday. Maybe she's one of these psychics that just, you know, specializes in past business.
Cressna: I see only the future.
Scott: Well, then, you know, Lauraís probably going to get the ring back. We don't need the amazing Cressna over here to tell us that, Bobbie.
Cressna: Your hand! I see it -- a diamond ring on your hand.
Carly: And so I went straight from Sonny's to my Ob/Gyn just to make sure all systems were go.
Jason: Carly, slow down.
Carly: Why? This is what both Sonny and I want.
Jason: Yeah, but you just got back together. You got to give this some time.
Carly: Yeah, well, unfortunately, I don't have a choice because it takes nine months to have a baby. But, Jason, this is going to happen. It feels so right.
Kristina: So, when I got home, there were a half a dozen calls on her answering machine about a meeting that Alexis never showed up at.
Sonny: Maybe she got held up.
Kristina: I have called everywhere. I can't find her.
Sonny: Did you check with Nikolas?
Kristina: Yeah, Nikolas, Jax, her office, the courthouse. She had no appointments listed in her book, and her cell phone is right on the kitchen counter.
Sonny: Okay, let me know when you find her, okay?
Kristina: All right, you, too. Will you call me if you hear anything?
Sonny: Yeah, I'll call you. I'll call you.
Kristina: All right.
Ned: How you doing?
Alexis: I'll be warm in a minute.
Ned: Well, I think a little brandy might help.
Alexis: No, thanks.
Ned: Oh, that's right, you're not allowed to drink -- well, what I mean is you're not allowed to -- well, you could drink brandy, but I know you like chardonnay. Is there any chardonnay --
Alexis: You know, don't you? You know that I'm pregnant.
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Sarah: Now is not exactly a good time.
Elizabeth: Why not?
Lucky: How come you dragged Elizabeth into this, Zander? I want you to stay away from her.
Luke: Padre, may I speak to you a moment?
Ned: Sonny's baby, right?
Jason: They found her car broken down. I'll go check it out.
Sonny: No, no, no. I'll go.