>> Previously on "General Hospital" --
Roy: There's a fortune waiting to be made. You want to come along for the ride?
Carly: You ended up pregnant with a child that should've been mine!
Elizabeth: Where's Zander?
Sonny: I'll get it.
Taggert: What are you into, huh?
Sonny: It's over.
Jason: Zander's alive!
Elizabeth: Jason found us. I wouldn't have made it without you.
Lucky: Yeah -- two dozen white roses. Yeah. Can I get those for delivery today? Yeah, they got to go to General Hospital. The patient's name is Elizabeth Webber. That's kind of tricky. Um -- how about "So glad you're safe. Thinking of you. Love, Lucky." All right. Thank you.
Sarah: Hey. Is it okay to come in?
Lucky: Yeah, Sarah, sure.
Sarah: You were on the phone. I didn't know if I was interrupting anything important.
Lucky: No, no. Actually, it was just a P.A. wanting to if I'm going to be out of the studio here in time. He's got a boss that's coming over that's going to be using it, I guess.
Sarah: Well, I wish you would've told me earlier. I would've asked for the day off. I was at the hospital earlier, and I peeked at Lizzie's chart. She's going to be fine.
Lucky: Good, that's great. Thank you.
Sarah: Yeah. Well, I guess I better get going. I just wanted to see you, even if it was for a few minutes. So, why don't you call me and we'll get together later?
Lucky: Sure. That sounds good to me.
Lucky: Yeah, do that.
Lucky: All right.
Sarah: I'll talk to you later.
Lucky: See you.
[Knock on door]
Elizabeth: Hey, you.
Jason: Hey, yourself. You want some company?
Elizabeth: Sure, only if it's you.
Jason: You've got a lot of flowers.
Elizabeth: Oh, I know. Tell me about it. It's like somebody died in here. I've got Gram and Bobbie and Sonny -- even Laura sent me some, which I'm sure Elton had everything to do with that one.
Jason: Yeah, well, people were worried. They're glad you're okay, so am I. You are, right?
Elizabeth: Yeah. Oh, yeah, I'm -- I'm better than okay. It just feels so -- so incredibly good to be home -- you know, I mean, not home, but this hospital is like a luxury compared to being locked in that -- that crypt for -- you know, I'm still not even clear how many days.
Jason: What's wrong?
Elizabeth: Nothing. Nothing.
Jason: Don't say "nothing." Stop doing that with me.
Elizabeth: Doing what?
Jason: Being -- you know, bright, cheerful, like I'm not supposed to be able to tell something's wrong.
Elizabeth: Sometimes, I -- I just forget that you always know.
Jason: You're just a little rusty since I've been away.
Jason: Tell me.
Elizabeth: I -- I just -- I had really, really creepy dreams last night, these nightmares about being trapped in the crypt and being buried alive and -- I'm screaming, no one can hear me, and I'm paralyzed, and everybody thinks I'm dead and that's why they've sent all these -- all these flowers for my funeral and I just -- stuff like that.
Jason: Okay, first of all, I'm no expert on dreams. I don't understand where they come from much less what they mean, but I do know that they're not real. They can't hurt you. And it makes a lot of sense that you would still have the crypt on your mind because you just got out. You know, maybe it'll help if I get rid of some of these flowers.
Elizabeth: No, Jason. No, that would -- that would be rude.
Jason: Being polite is more important than stopping the nightmares?
Elizabeth: Actually, I think we just did. I don't know, maybe we just needed -- maybe I needed to acknowledge them and give them proper respect. Listen, I never asked you how you --
Jason: Look, I just wanted to --
Elizabeth: Go ahead, I'm sorry.
Jason: I brought you something.
Jason: Yeah, I picked it up for you when I was in Italy.
Elizabeth: Oh, wow, Jason, this is beautiful.
Jason: It reminded me of you. I mean, the way you paint.
Elizabeth: Oh, please, I wish. How come you never sent it?
Jason: Well, I just -- you know, I needed to be able to see you, make sure you still want a postcard from me.
Elizabeth: Having a connection with you -- I know it was selfish, but it's something I never stopped wanting.
Jason: Well, you might not now.
Jason: Because I'm the reason you almost died. I mean, men you don't even know broke into your studio and kidnapped you to get to me. And I can't guarantee that that won't happen again.
Kristina: Okay! This is the big day, troops, so we have to stay organized. Moving is an unpredictable journey. It takes on a life all its own.
Kristina: So we have to stay on top of things and not let the day get away from us.
Ned: All right. You watch this. This box is not going to get away from me!
Kristina: Okay, I am going to take some of this stuff over to Alexis' new place. Can you please have the desk all packed up by the time I get back?
Ned: Aye, aye, beautiful lady, Sir.
Ned: Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, the headlines aren't as bad as you think -- Zander and Elizabeth are in stable condition.
Alexis: And what about Sonny?
Carly: Hey. What are you doing?
Sonny: What do you mean? Where'd you disappear to?
Carly: You were supposed to be upstairs in that bed resting.
Sonny: And you're supposed to be up there with me anticipating my every need.
Carly: Oh, you see, I've done that. Medical supplies.
Sonny: All right. Let me see.
Carly: Yeah, yeah -- Sonny!
Sonny: The only medicine I need is right there in front of me. Get down here for a second.
Carly: You know, I don't want to tire you out.
Sonny: I'm not tired.
[Knock on door]
Sonny: Come here. You know what? I -- I'm sorry. I got to -- I got to get that.
Carly: Why? Why, do you think it's Alexis?
[Knock on door]
Sonny: I got to --
Carly: Oh, I don't get it. I really -- I don't -- I don't get it. Alexis has made it more than clear that you and your business are not important, yet -- yet every time that she shows up, I'm the one who gets dumped off your lap.
Sonny: I told you I don't want to get into this now. Kristina said somebody was going to stop by with the keys to Alexis' penthouse. It's what you want. Stop giving me grief!
Mover: Hey. How you doing?
Sonny: Hey. Hi.
Mover: Are you Alexis Davis?
Carly: No, across the hall.
Mover: Okay. Sorry to bother you.
Sonny: No, it's no problem.
Carly: No, actually, it was a problem, and do me a favor -- don't scratch any of the walls or damage the floors or anything when you're moving her out.
Sonny: She didn't mean that.
Carly: Yeah, I did.
Sonny: I feel like I'm going to go make some breakfast, okay?
Carly: Yeah. I can't eat anything, but sure.
Sonny: You can't eat anything?
Carly: I had a consultation with the doctor before I picked up your stuff and she's going to run some more tests and I can't eat anything eight hours before the procedure.
Sonny: I know you want these treatments to work and so do I. But if it doesn't work, it doesn't work.
Carly: Sonny, don't -- don't say it, all right? We're going to have a baby together. We will.
Ned: Now, be careful with that one. I think that's the fragile one, yeah. Okay, here we go. You got it?
Mover: I got it.
Ned: Do you care whether your belongings survive these guys?
Alexis: Oh, believe me, I have more important things to worry about.
Ned: Look, you've already read that. Sonny got out of the explosion just fine -- Teflon man, as usual.
Alexis: Carly knows.
Ned: Carly knows you're pregnant?
Alexis: Not only that -- shut the door, please? Not only that she knows that the baby is Sonny's and she knows that I have no intention of telling him.
Ned: Hmm. Does Carly?
Alexis: She says not.
Ned: Well, I suppose things could have been worse.
Alexis: Did you hear what I just said? I said Carly knows that I'm pregnant with Sonny's baby and that I don't want to tell him.
Ned: I got that part.
Alexis: She's unpredictable. She is unstable. Her impulse control is nonexistent. She's vindictive. How do I know she's not going to change her mind about keeping her mouth shut -- not that keeping her mouth shut is even plausible. She's over there right now, I know it. She's telling him -- they're both sitting there trying to figure out a way to take my baby away from me.
Ned: Would you just stop and breathe?
Alexis: I can see the whole scenario. Sonny bribes a judge and then I get declared unfit. I'm going to have to flee the country or -- or share custody and -- I'm going to sit there and watch her raise my kid half the time.
Ned: Now, you're not thinking logically, which is understandable because you're under a lot of pressure. So let me be the voice of reason. Now, there is no upside for Carly to have Sonny find out that you are carrying his child because that would put you and your baby front and center in Sonny's life. Carly does not want that. So, if you ask me, having Carly know is your best assurance that Sonny will never find out.
Felicia: If we were going to buy a pier, why couldn't it have been this one? I mean, it's attractive, it's centrally located, and I would imagine that the Cassadines pay a pretty penny to dock their launch as often as they do.
Roy: Yeah, but Pier 52 is a much better investment.
Felicia: And the fact that you bought it right under from Sonny has nothing to do with anything, does it?
Roy: Felicia, never underestimate the importance of winning. That's a concept we should both start getting used to. Now, come on. I want to show you our new asset. Come on. Yeah.
Elizabeth: I'm going to be honest with you.
Jason: I expect that.
Elizabeth: There were times in that crypt when I wished I'd never met you. It seemed like such a stupid and pointless reason to die.
Jason: It is, and that's my point.
Jason: I'm sorry. Go on.
Elizabeth: The other side to that is I held on as long as I did because of you. I knew that you wouldn't stop looking for me, that you would just keep coming until you found me. My faith in you was unshakable and justified.
Jason: When I got to you, you were almost dead and I don't want that to happen again.
Elizabeth: Okay, look, Jason, if this is the part where you're going to stop being my friend for my own good, you know what? You might as well just save your own breath. Unless, of course, you've decided all of a sudden that you don't like me.
Jason: No, I -- I -- I like you.
Elizabeth: Good. Good. Because I like you, too. So hanging out with you is my choice. Don't try to distance yourself, it isn't going to work. And besides, you know I hate it when you do that.
Jason: Yeah. In case I forgot, that big, scary speech just reminded me.
Elizabeth: Wait a minute. I just gave you an impassioned declaration in defense of our friendship and you're making fun of me?
Jason: Hmm, I love it when you get fired up. I should make you mad more often.
Elizabeth: Oh, come on, I'm hardly ever mad at you. But trust me, that'll change if you bail on me now.
Jason: Deal. No bailing.
Elizabeth: Jason? Thanks for saving me.
Jason: Thanks for hanging in there until I could get you.
Sarah: Lizzie, you're scheduled for tests. Jason has to leave.
Elizabeth: How long are they going to take?
Elizabeth: Hmm. Well, I guess I couldn't ask you to wait for hours.
Jason: Well, you could. And I would, but I have some things to take care of.
Elizabeth: Okay. Thanks for stopping by.
Jason: See you soon.
Sarah: What's that?
Elizabeth: A postcard. Jason brought it back from Italy for me. Isn't it pretty?
Sarah: Yeah, it's fine. Hey, give it to me; I'll put it on the dresser.
Elizabeth: That's okay. I'm just going to hang on to it.
Sarah: You're going to sit there clutching the postcard from the guy who almost got you killed? Are you going insane, Liz?
Elizabeth: Excuse me, but Jason happens to be my friend.
Sarah: Yeah. Well, friends don't get you kidnapped. There is nothing about that guy that could possibly be worth your life -- unless, of course, this is just another Lizzie-style cry for attention, a way to get back at Lucky for choosing me.
Elizabeth: I would really like to know who you think you are. You know, I'm going to explain something you clearly have difficulty wrapping your brain around, so try to understand this time, okay? Not only does my life not revolve around you or Lucky, you don't even enter in my decision-making process. I don't care if the two of you are sleeping together. Honestly, I haven't thought about it for days. In case you forgot, being kidnapped has pretty much consumed all of my time -- not that you'd bothered to ask.
Sarah: Man. You are really good at that, Lizzie -- always turning things around so I'm the one that's in the wrong. Don't you see that you were kidnapped because of Jason? Why the hell would you want him hanging around?
Elizabeth: Okay, you know what? You are really starting to make me mad. Not that it's remotely any of your business, but I like having Jason around because he doesn't lie straight to my face. He doesn't judge me; he doesn't expect me to live according to his specifications. And how's this for a reason? I like looking at him.
Sarah: You really hate the idea that Lucky loves me, don't you?
Elizabeth: Okay, Sarah, if that's what you need to believe. If the fact that I'm over it takes the fun of the conquest away, don't let me confuse you with the truth.
Orderly: They're ready for you now, Ms. Webber.
Elizabeth: Great timing. Please don't be here when I get back.
Orderly: More flowers for Elizabeth Webber.
Sarah: Oh. Yeah, I'll take them. She's my sister.
Sarah: "So glad you're safe. Thinking of you. Love, Lucky." How sweet.
Lucky: Hey, Sarah. What are you doing?
Carly: I mean it. You need to go upstairs and rest and get some sleep, really. I got to get out of here anyway, okay?
Sonny: Hey, hey, whoa, you'll leave when we're ready. Sit down, I want to -- just hear me out for a second.
Sonny: I love you. I'm committed to the rest of my life with you. You don't have to hide anything from me.
Carly: I'm not.
Sonny: Yes, you are. Yes, you are. You're terrified and -- why?
Carly: Look, after I've blown it all my life, I finally have everything that I want. I have a family, I have a best friend, I have an amazing husband and son and a man who is willing to do anything to help me have a child, and I -- I'm just afraid something's going to happen to take it away.
Sonny: We got each other, no matter what. Let that be enough and we'll get through everything.
[Knock on door]
Sonny: All right?
Sonny: Who is it?
Jason: Bad time?
Carly: No. You know what? It is a good time. I got to get out of here to the doctor, so you two can stay and have your little manly business talk, all right?
Sonny: Hey, you remember what I told you?
Carly: I will, I promise.
Sonny: All right.
Carly: You rest.
Carly: Okay. See you.
Jason: What's up with Carly?
Sonny: She won't admit it, but something's going on, you know? She's hurting about something and I don't know how to help her.
Carly: Are you alone?
Alexis: For the moment.
Carly: Good. It gives us time for a little heart-to-heart. You know you're not going to be able to hide your pregnancy forever, so have you given any thought to a cover story?
Alexis: Carly, why do you think it's okay to just walk into my apartment --
Carly: It's not your apartment anymore.
Alexis: Uninvited and interrogate me about my pregnancy?
Carly: You know what? It's okay because you are pregnant with my husband's child. Sonny is smart, he is capable of counting backwards from nine, and he's fanatical about family, so you need to come up with a plausible father for your baby and fast. I've been doing some thinking and I have a solution.
Alexis: Pray tell.
Carly: Say you went to a sperm bank.
Alexis: This is your mind in action?
Carly: Alexis, all your convoluted legalese isn't going to help this situation one bit, so one of us needs to think in real-life terms. You know what's ironic? If I was to tell Sonny a story like this, he would never believe me in a million years, but he's going to swallow it whole from you because he thinks of you as a paragon of honesty.
Alexis: Thank you for sharing. You can go now.
Carly: Don't stall on this too long, Alexis. You need to come up with a cover before Sonny finds out.
Sonny: I stopped -- I stopped thinking about it, you know. I assumed I'd never father another child. And it hurt, you know what I'm saying? Yeah, hurt, but it was probably for the best. The thought of risking what Carly and I went through n -- y the joy and anticipation and having another baby and then lose that baby -- to go through that kind of pain, I don't want that for either of us. But Carly is so wrapped up in this -- you know, wanting another child --
Jason: Sonny, she is thinking the exact way you are. She thinks it's what you want, too.
Sonny: I would -- I'd want a baby just as much as she does if I let myself, maybe more.
Jason: Okay, so what? It's a good thing she's doing.
Sonny: Well --
Jason: No, the fertility treatments, there's a chance they'll work and you'll both have what you want.
Sonny: Well, what if they don't?
Jason: She'll be fine.
Sonny: Well, you sound sure.
Jason: Yeah, I am sure because when Carly does crazy things, it's because she's alone and she's scared. She's got you now.
Sonny: Remind her of that from time to time, will you?
Jason: I already do.
Sonny: In the meantime, we got business -- we got business problems. Whoever came after us didn't get what they wanted by grabbing Elizabeth, so we -- we have to figure out who they're using next to come after us.
Felicia: I got to hand it to you. If they give out prizes for the grungiest, grimiest, most dimly lit pier with the most bullet holes, the one that you just bought is number one on the list. And you can count on the police raiding it at least two or three times a month, Roy.
Roy: Well, it won't be a problem because there'll be nothing illegal going on. It's just a pier that I bought with money you inherited.
Felicia: From my great-uncle Geraldo.
Roy: Well, see, now, that is a problem because a name like Geraldo, that's just -- that's suspicious.
Felicia: I really did have a great-uncle Geraldo. Of course, nobody really knows exactly what it was that he did. I always suspected that it was something to do with cattle wrestling or something. So I think it's conceivable that if he did die, he did leave me his ill-gotten gains. The real sell here is, though, going into business with you. I can't believe that I did it, Roy.
Roy: Yeah, well, Felicia, I realize that you've put yourself through a lot of trouble and into what you might perceive to be a dangerous situation because of me, and I do appreciate it.
Felicia: Well, you're welcome.
Felicia: But I really need to know what's going on, Roy.
Nurse: Dr. Bonds will be in here shortly.
Carly: Okay. Should I be doing anything, changing?
Nurse: No, she'll be in in a few minutes to go over the next step of your treatment and just give you the results of your tests.
Carly: Oh. I'm a little nervous today.
Nurse: The best thing you can do is just relax.
Carly: That's easy for you to say.
Dr. Bonds: Right this way.
Alexis: You were adamant about telling me to cut down on stress and unfortunately, it's all I've had, so I want to make sure the baby's okay.
Dr. Bonds: Coming in's always the right thing to do.
Dr. Bonds: Change in this gown. I'll be back in a few minutes.
Alexis: All right.
Sonny: The most important thing is my family's protected.
Jason: I'll put guards on Carly and Michael. She's not going to like it --
Sonny: Well, that's the way it has to be -- I mean, you know, until we figure out who and what we're dealing with.
[Knock on door]
Ned: Hey, Jason. Here you go. Alexis is officially out of the penthouse.
Sonny: Well, I appreciate you bringing by the keys. Can you tell Alexis I wish her the best?
Ned: I won't be doing that. I actually hope I never hear Alexis utter your name again. She might actually be safe now.
Sonny: Are you done, because we're kind of busy.
Ned: Yeah, I'm done. And I also hope that whatever happened between you and Alexis, I hope that's done, too.
Sonny: There you go. It's all yours. Go check it out. And just keep in mind that if Carly and I have that child we want, we're going to kick you out to build a nursery.
Jason: That's no problem. Is there anything else we need to talk about?
Sonny: No, I got someplace I got to go.
Lucky: I'm seeing it with my own eyes, but I don't believe it. You actually took the flowers that I got Elizabeth and you threw them in the trash. How insecure are you?
Sarah: What makes you think she didn't ask me to?
Lucky: Did she?
Sarah: No. She never even saw them.
Lucky: What's the matter with you? Do you really think that this is appropriate behavior?
Sarah: First of all, Lucky, I don't like being lied to. Okay? I heard you ordering the flowers for Elizabeth. Why was it so hard for you to just tell me the truth?
Lucky: Well, because I didn't want to get into a fight. Looks like we're going to have to do that anyhow.
Sarah: Fight? If you've got something to say, then just say it.
Lucky: Yeah, Sarah, I do have something to say. Actually, I care about you. But it's your attitude.
Sarah: My attitude?
Sarah: Well, excuse me, but I'm not the one who keeps obsessing over Elizabeth, even when she's gone off and found somebody she likes even better.
Lucky: Whoa. You know what? This isn't even about Elizabeth. It's really about us, isn't it?
Lucky: What we have and what we don't?
Sarah: I stated my opinion about her last night -- I shouldn't have to again -- but if this is your big buildup to breaking up with me, I highly suggest you think it through because I can guarantee that what I saw between Elizabeth and Jason just a few minutes ago -- she's no fallback situation for you anymore, honey.
Lucky: You're the one that actually obsesses about Elizabeth. I mean, that's the whole reason why you got with me, right -- to get back at her? To go ahead and, you know, take something away from her?
Sarah: You let it happen.
Lucky: Right. I did. It turns out that I'm just as wrong about Elizabeth as you are, but the point is we're even more wrong than that because we're together for all the wrong reasons. And if we keep going like this, Sarah, we're just going to end up hurting each other. So why don't we just go ahead and do ourselves a favor and why don't we just call it quits before we do ourselves some real damage?
Sarah: Fine, great. Works for me. Have a nice life, Lucky.
Lucky: Hey, Elizabeth.
Lucky: Hey, you look good. You look real good.
Elizabeth: Thanks. Thank you. I feel good.
Lucky: Good. Oh, by the way, here. I actually got a whole arrangement for you, but somehow, the wires got crossed.
Elizabeth: That's okay, Lucky. Thank you, but maybe you should just give that to Sarah.
Lucky: Yeah, uh -- actually, Sarah and I broke up. The whole dating thing was just a mistake.
Elizabeth: Oh. Well, I'm sorry, Lucky. I'm sorry it turned out that way -- for you.
Lucky: No, Elizabeth, actually, I'm the one who's --
Elizabeth: No, don't apologize. Please. I mean it, there's no need. Actually, I should be thanking you and Sarah for making me see that it was long past time to let you go. And now I have.
Lucky: Yeah, you're right. Be happy.
Elizabeth: You, too.
Lucky: Yeah. No, I will.
Audrey: Now, when you're released, I want you to stay with me at least for a while.
Elizabeth: Thank you, Gram, but I have decided to stay at my studio.
Audrey: Oh, Elizabeth, why would you want to be by yourself after what you've been through?
Elizabeth: How can I call myself independent if I keep running back to my grandmother every time something goes wrong?
Audrey: Well, as your grandmother, it is my duty to point out that you have not been making the wisest decisions lately. Getting involved with Jason and Zander wasn't exactly an inspired choice.
Elizabeth: Wait -- wait a minute. I'm not involved with anyone. I just happened to have interesting and challenging friends, that's all.
Audrey: Well, Zander is a very troubled young man, and Jason -- he is just plain dangerous. Why can't you find a nice boy --
Elizabeth: Oh, Gram.
Audrey: To spend some time with?
Elizabeth: Ah, your timing is a thing of wonder.
Audrey: Oh, thank you.
Elizabeth: That's the second time you've saved me today.
Orderly: Oh, I'm glad to be of service.
Audrey: Hmm. He seems like a charming young man. I could get to find out more about him.
Elizabeth: Oh, Gram, no! Come on!
Audrey: All right. My goodness, we seem to be running out of space around here. Ah. Oh, I certainly hope they're not from Jason.
Elizabeth: Nope. Zander. Is that better or worse?
[Knock on door]
Benny: Hey. I got some unsettling news. Somebody just bought Pier 52 out from under us. And that's not the strangest part. The buyer -- Roy DiLucca.
Jason: What? Roy -- that doesn't make any sense. There's no way he has enough money to buy that pier on his own. Somebody else is behind this.
Benny: Yeah, my sentiments exactly.
Jason: Yeah, the people who kidnapped Elizabeth wanted information about Pier 52. Now Roy buys it out of nowhere?
Jason: That's not a coincidence.
Benny: Yep. Somebody's setting a trap.
Jason: Yeah, someone who wants to take Sonny down.
Felicia: There are a lot of ways to invest a million dollars, Roy -- stocks, securities, that children's clothing company I tried to charm Edward out of.
Roy: Yeah, but none of that is anything Sonny wants.
Felicia: Is that what this is all about? Getting over on Sonny?
Roy: Well, not completely, but it's a fringe benefit to be greatly desired.
Felicia: I can understand -- to a point. I mean, I can understand why you dislike him so much. He was completely out of line to blame you for something that Carly did, and he literally threatened you the other night. But, Roy, you have a once-in-a-lifetime chance here. You've been given a million dollars, tax free, untraceable. It's just been dropped in you lap. And what do you do with it? You go out and buy a pier that's a known hub for organized crime activity. That's just like asking for the police to investigate.
Felicia: Is your anger for Sonny really worth taking the risk?
Roy: Well, you know, touching the money at all is a risk.
Felicia: That's not what I asked you just now.
Roy: Well, I can't answer what you asked me just now. I'm not sitting around analyzing all this. It's just that I know this is an opportunity, and if I manage it properly, it's my ticket to the kind of power and influence I have always been denied. I'm just going on my instincts, Felicia, but I believe they're solid. And I know that I'm -- I'm hard to trust. But if you will hang with me a little longer, I promise I'll make this pay off for both of us.
Felicia: You've never given me a reason not to trust you. And I have never been afraid to take a risk.
Roy: So, partners still?
Felicia: Yeah, we're still partners.
Dr. Bonds: Give me a second. With any luck, we should be able to find the baby's heartbeat.
Alexis: Oh, my.
Dr. Bonds: There it is. It's a strong, healthy heartbeat.
Alexis: That is my baby. That's -- my baby's heart.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Mr. Coleman: Your husband was drunk when he crashed his car in my club, correct?
Courtney: You leave my husband out of this.
Jason: Roy DiLucca bought Pier 52.
Roy: That is the truth.
Jason: How'd you pay for it, Roy?
Carly: Please, just take me home.
Sonny: No. We're not going anywhere.