General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 7/16/02
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Laura: It's not a nightmare. It's something that really happened.
Roy: There are no limits at all.
Elizabeth: Jason, thanks for saving me.
Alexis: He's the father of the baby, and we want to do what's best for the baby.
Ned: Can you help me figure out how I'm going to explain this to Kristina?
Ned: Dr. Bonds? Hi. My name is Ned Ashton and, well, I just learned that one of your patients, Alexis Davis, is carrying my child. Yes, last night. Thank you. I intend to be very much involved. Yes, I will be there. So, in the meantime, I need you to add my name to the -- any appropriate forms or documents. That's a-s-h-t-o-n, Ashton. My first name is Edward. Everyone calls me Ned. Listen, I have to leave right now. I will talk to you soon. Bye.
Kristina: All right --
Kristina: I am home at last. Oh, God.
Ned: You must be tired.
Kristina: Oh. Listen, the next time you warn me not to book a band at the Trocadero, please, please force me to listen. It was one problem after another. I am so tired. I barely slept. All I could think about the entire time was how much I'd rather be here with you. Listen, I have an idea. Why don't you carry me upstairs, massage all the tension out of my body, and then we make sweet love for the rest of the month.
Maxie: Thanks again, Mom. You have no idea how badly I needed these clothes, and the shoes are the best. All this has really shown me I was wrong. I've been acting like a total brat lately and I'm sorry. By the way, I've decided to sign up at the hospital for candy-striping, if that's okay.
Felicia: Yes, I think that's great.
Maxie: So I was thinking if I had a car, it'd be so much easier. I wouldn't have to depend on you all the time.
Felicia: Maxie, we've talked about this. A car is a big responsibility.
Maxie: I'll be responsible.
Felicia: A car is something that you have to earn on your own, something you work for. And if you really want it bad enough, you will.
Roy: Well. If it isn't the two prettiest women in Port Charles.
Felicia: Hello, you.
Felicia: We're recovering from a shopping spree.
Felicia: Would you like to join us?
Roy: Oh, I'd love to. Maxie, I got a question for you.
Roy: How many days till Christmas?
Maxie: I have no idea.
Roy: Well, the correct answer would be none since these are the keys to your new car. But if I ever catch you driving without a seat belt, you'll be back to riding the bus.
Laura: Oh, don't get up. Don't get up.
Laura: Did you order lunch yet?
Rick: No, I was waiting for you.
Laura: Oh, good. Good. Well, in that case, it's on me.
Rick: You're the guest, not -- you're not -- Laura --
Laura: Please, it's the least I can do after you've come all the way out here again to -- to give me away. You've always been so generous with me as a father.
Rick: Having you for my daughter has been one of the greatest joys in my life.
Laura: I don't know how you can say that. I was such a horrible teenager.
Rick: Well --
Laura: I don't know how you put up with me.
Rick: It's called love. You had a lot of problems to deal with -- you had your mom, the Vinings, and me. And look at you, you turned out so confident, so poised -- almost a perfectly well adjusted human being.
Laura: I guess there were a lot of times you thought I'd never be anything more than a headache, right?
Rick: No, actually, not at all.
Laura: Oh, come on, admit it. I was a parent's worst nightmare. Remember all the time that I used to spend in the garage attic being angry and resentful about you and my mom?
Elizabeth: I'm so glad to be home from the hospital.
Jason: I don't blame you.
Elizabeth: All those well-meaning people just poking and prodding and -- go to hell!
Hayes: You're already there, baby.
Jason: I had the door changed. I thought you'd feel safer.
Elizabeth: Yeah. Yeah, I'm -- I'm sure I will. It's just a surprise, that's -- that's all.
Jason: You sure? I can get rid of it. I can change it back.
Elizabeth: No, no. No, no. I'm -- I'm glad you did it. Thanks.
Jason: You want to open it or should I?
Elizabeth: I'll do it. I have to get used to it sometime, right?
Jason: We don't have to be here if you're not ready.
Elizabeth's voice: I need to get out of here! Come on, help! Somebody! Anybody!
Jason: Elizabeth, we can stay or go, whatever you want to do.
Elizabeth: I'll be okay. I know I will.
Zander: Welcome home.
Elizabeth: Zander. Hi.
Zander: Hey. I didn't mean to interrupt. I just came by to see how you were doing.
Elizabeth: I'm okay -- still a little on edge.
Zander: Well, that makes two of us. I mean, I think it takes a little while to get over being locked in a crypt. That's why I brought you this.
Elizabeth: A night-light.
Zander: Well, I -- I thought it might help, you know? I mean, in case you wake up and you think you're there.
Elizabeth: Thank you. This is -- this is perfect. I already thought about being alone in the dark tonight. That's the one thing about the hospital I liked -- they never turn off the lights.
Jason: I need to talk to Zander. Are you going to be okay by yourself for a few minutes?
Zander: You got something to say, say it now in front of Elizabeth.
Gia: What's the surprise? Give it up or you don't get the strawberry.
Nikolas: Do you know you really have a cruel streak that I've never seen before. You know that, right?
Gia: Oh, live and learn, rich boy. Come on, at least give me a clue?
Nikolas: Like what? Come on!
Gia: Like, is it big enough to put in the palm of my hand or, say, on my finger?
Nikolas: It's bigger.
Gia: Oh. As big as, say, a Ferrari?
Nikolas: No, not even close. Come on!
Gia: Okay, you know what? I give up.
Gia: I can't believe you. You are so devious. You know what? Fine. Whatever. I don't even care. It's probably not as big as you're making it out to be anyway.
Gia: These are good.
Nikolas: Come on, now. You talk about cruel, see?
Gia: What? I'm learning from the master.
Nikolas: Okay. Fine. You win. Okay? For you.
Gia: Oh, my God. What is this?
Nikolas: Open it, come on.
Gia: Oh, my God. That's me. Oh!
Kristina: You wouldn't believe the people I have been dealing with. The band says one thing, the club owner says another. Management denies everything. It was one problem after the next. They're liars, the whole lot of them. You know, whatever happened to truth and honesty and fair dealing, I ask you? Hmm.
Ned: So, did you drive all night?
Kristina: Yeah, it seems like all week.
Ned: So you haven't listened to any phone messages or talked to anyone, then, huh?
Kristina: No. Why? Something happen?
Ned: No, no, no, no, no. No one's sick or no one's in any danger.
Kristina: Okay, well, that's reassuring, but it sounds like something bad happened. Was it your family?
Ned: No. Oh, no.
Kristina: Is it my -- is it my family? Did -- is she okay? Did something happen to her?
Ned: No, Alexis is fine.
Kristina: What are you not telling me?
Ned: Alexis is pregnant.
Roy: You know, I -- your mother mentioned that you've been interested in a car, so I picked this one up for both of you to take a look at. It's strictly a test-drive situation to see if you and your mom are comfortable with it.
Maxie: Please, Mom, can I please drive it home? Just as a test, like Roy said. I promise I'll be totally responsible.
Felicia: You can drive the car straight home. And when you get there, I want you to leave it in the driveway and leave the car keys on the hall table.
Maxie: Sure, no problem.
Felicia: Maxie, this is also a test -- if you can prove to me that you can use the car the way I tell you when I tell you, then maybe we will think about keeping the car.
Maxie: Thanks again, Mom, you're the best. So are you, Roy.
Roy: It's the red convertible, Maxie. It's parked out front.
Maxie: I'll find it. Thanks again.
Roy: Drive carefully.
Maxie: I promise.
Felicia: Do you have any idea what you just did?
Roy: I blew it. I should've asked you first.
Felicia: Why didn't you?
Roy: I was just going on an impulse, you know? I overheard a couple of teenage girls talking about that car and how much they loved it, and I was thinking about the trouble you've been having with Maxie, thought I could make her happy there, maybe make things easier for you. It was a stupid idea. I apologize.
Felicia: Maxie's going to be leaving in a couple of days to spend some time with her grandmother. If she practices driving on the ranch, maybe she'll be ready to drive it in the fall. I just wish you would've thought it through. I mean, having money doesn't necessarily mean that you should spend it wherever you want, whenever you want to.
Roy: I know, that's true. That's true. That's true. But it's nice to know you can.
Felicia: This money is going to change everything, isn't it, for both of us?
Luke: I suppose I sounded pretty mysterious on the phone.
Lesley: "Worried" is more like it. Is everything all right?
Luke: Well, you know the weird vibes that Lauraís been getting about the garage attic at your old house? They're getting worse.
Lesley: Ooh, that's upsetting.
Luke: Lesley, did something happen up in that attic?
Lesley: As far as I know, it was just a place that Laura went to -- to get away, to -- to think, to be alone.
Luke: Sort of a parent-free zone.
Lesley: Yeah. And then eventually she stopped going.
Luke: Why? Do you know?
Lesley: I supposed because she didn't need it anymore.
Luke: And when was that, exactly?
Lesley: I don't remember, exactly.
Luke: Would you try to remember, les? It's very important. I mean, did it have anything to do with -- I don't know -- something that happened in the family? Maybe something between you and Rick?
Lesley: Now, why would you ask that?
Laura: Well, maybe I am making too much out of this. I mean, I haven't even thought about the attic since I was a teenager, and now I just can't seem to think about anything else.
Rick: Sweetheart, your daughter was up in the attic trapped there. There was a fire. You couldn't get to help her. You didn't even know about it. Why wouldn't you think about the attic?
Laura: Oh, you think it's because I'm guilty. I mean, maybe -- maybe that's a part of it. But I have been having these weird dreams.
Rick: Luke mentioned that. What actually happens in the dream?
Laura: I don't know, it's kind of hazy. I know that it's raining -- that part I remember clearly because I can hear the thunder and the lightning. And I walk up to the attic door and I hear a woman moaning. And then I open the door and I go inside and I look in the mirror and I see myself as a teenager.
Rick: What happens next?
Laura: I don't know, it just ends there. I -- does it seem familiar to you?
Rick: Honey, I wish I could help, but I can't remember anything like what you've described happening up in the attic.
Laura: But the images are so real and then they stop so suddenly and I wake up.
Rick: Most of the time, a dream doesn't mean what it seems to mean. And I think you're just filled with the uncertainties and the insecurities of planning for your wedding right now.
Laura: Yeah, I -- I'm sure that you're probably right. You know what? I'm -- I'm sorry that I dumped all of this on you and it was just silly to spend all our time talking about these silly dreams, and now I have a meeting to go to and I really have to run, so --
Rick: I didn't get lunch.
Laura: Oh, I'm so sorry.
Rick: Oh, look, I can handle that. But if you ever want to talk about these dreams again, please don't hesitate. Call me.
Laura: Okay, thanks. You've already helped me a lot.
Rick: I'm there for you and I'll always be there for you. Okay?
Laura: I'll see you.
Luke: Lesley, I'm sorry. I -- believe me, this is -- this is as uncomfortable for me to ask as it is for you to answer, but it's for Laura. Why did she spend so much time up in the attic? Was it uncomfortable for her to be with you and Rick? Were there tensions in the marriage? Look, I know that Rick wasn't always faithful. Where there other women besides Monica?
Lesley: Brief affairs. Nothing that lasted. They were devastating at the time, but -- this isn't going to help Laura. She didn't even know about the others.
Luke: Are you sure?
Lesley: Yes. No. There was one. She came to the house. Rick had -- had broken it off with her. And so she started calling, and he never responded. So she came to our home. She just would not be put off. And it was all really -- well, anyway, finally, she left town and I -- I'm sure that Laura wouldn't even remember.
Luke: Laura never saw her?
Lesley: Yeah. Unfortunately, she opened the door. But that's all there was. Really, Luke.
Luke: I'm sorry, Lesley, I'm sorry.
Lesley: No. Just --
Luke: Gosh, I --
Lesley: No, it's --
Luke: Okay --
Lesley: Will you just help her? Stupid.
Luke: No, it isn't.
Lesley: Yes, it is.
Lesley: Yes, it is. Yes, it really is. Hello?
Rick: Can you meet me? We need to talk.
Lesley: Hi, Rick. Sure. I can leave now. Okay. I'm sorry, I got to go.
Luke: Thanks, again. It's no problem.
Gia: This is so unreal -- the cover of "Tempo" magazine.
Nikolas: Yeah. And soon the whole country is going to see your face. You know that, right? At bookstores, newsstands. But the best part about it is I get to wake up to it every morning.
Gia: This was my dream. This -- this is my dream and it's coming true.
Nikolas: Well, be careful what you wish for. Come on, the whole world is about to descend upon you. You know, corporations, ad agencies. The paparazzi, that's for sure. Your adoring public. See, before that happens, you think that -- I don't know -- I could take you out of town for a while? Like a leave?
Gia: What, now? You think that's a good idea?
Nikolas: Well, pretty soon you're going to be very busy doing this. St. Bartís -- what do you say? Huh?
Nikolas: Come on.
Gia: I would love to you, you know that, but I just -- don't you think I should be here?
Nikolas: Listen, I'm not -- I'm not talking about the Himalayas here, you know, it's St. Bartís. They have e-mail, they have phones, they have whatever you need. If somebody needs to get ahold of you, they can. Besides, the best part about it is that we can be making love on the white sandy beaches. Hmm?
Gia: I don't know. It just sounds horrible.
Nikolas: Ah. So, we can go? That's perfect. We leave tonight.
Cky: Whoa! Hate to interrupt you two. Hey.
Gia: Lucky, you won't believe this. Look.
Lucky: I know.
Gia: Isn't it amazing?
Lucky: You nailed it, Gia. You're about to be a big star. And I hate to be the one to do this and bring you back down to earth, but we've got to discuss something.
Elizabeth: I'll be fine. You and Jason go ahead.
Zander: Whatever he's got to say, he can say here.
Jason: It's business.
Elizabeth: I'm sure Jason wouldn't ask if it weren't important, and we both owe him.
Zander: If that's the way you want it. You sure you'll be all right?
Elizabeth: I'm good.
Zander: All right, I'll be right back.
Jason: Look, please keep this door locked and make sure you know who it is before you let them in, okay?
Kristina: So that's why Alexis was so anxious to move out of her apartment. Oh, God, it must be killing her to watch Sonny let that witch Carly back into his life, all the while Alexis -- oh -- Alexis is pregnant with his baby? You know what? I want to talk to him.
Ned: No, no, no, no, no.
Kristina: No, no --
Ned: Don't interfere.
Kristina: No, Sonny is going to take full responsibility for once in his miserable life.
Kristina: I'm not going to sit back --
Kristina: And watch Alexis be trampled on.
Kristina: This is my sister we're talking about, and he's going to do the right thing whether he likes it or not!
Ned: It is not up to Sonny to do anything.
Kristina: Excuse me? It is as much Sonny's responsibility as Alexis', even more because Sonny was the one that took advantage of her. Now he is going to deal with the consequences. He is going to pay child --
Kristina: He's going to pay child support --
Ned: Sonny is not the father. I am.
Ned: I love you. You have to know that.
Kristina: You love me?
Ned: Yes, I do, and this is not the way I wanted you to hear this.
Kristina: No, no, this is impossible. This is impossible. You and I are together!
Ned: Yes, yes, we are. And whatever happens, you have -- that hasn't changed.
Kristina: No, you -- you told me. You told me this. You told me you were over Alexis. You told me and she told me. You swore to me.
Ned: It was one night.
Kristina: So one night is okay?
Ned: No, no, it's not. It's not. Please --
Kristina: Oh, God -- so -- so how did this happen?
Ned: It was the night of the storm in the cottage, and we came in from the rain and we were soaking wet and we -- we were in front of the fireplace --
Kristina: No, no, no.
Ned: And we were drinking brandy and it was just for one moment we just lost control.
Kristina: No, you're lying to me. You're lying to me. You got to be. I know you. I know you! I know Alexis. You would never do that. You would never do that to me.
Ned: We did. We did. And I'm so sorry. It was a mistake. It was a terrible mistake. Now, listen to me. We're having a baby, and right now we have to do what's right for this child. So everything you said about Sonny applies to me. I am the baby's father.
Kristina: How could you do this to me?
Lucky: So, you know that shoot that I did? You know, the one where you slapped the photographer? Well, the clients got the proofs. I just heard from them.
Gia: They hated them, right?
Lucky: Wrong. Actually, they loved them.
Gia: They did?
Lucky: To be more specific, they loved both of us -- they way you looked, the way I photographed you -- and they've already taken the liberty of contacting the legal department over at Deception. They've okay'd you to have a major European shoot.
Gia: Oh, my God, thank you! Thank you.
Lucky: Oh, no. You know, it was you, not me.
Gia: No, it was both of us. I can't believe this, Nikolas.
Nikolas: Congratulations, huh? So when -- when do they want her?
Gia: Oh, who cares? Whenever. I'm there.
Lucky: They want you to be there tonight. First to Paris and then on to Amsterdam.
Gia: Oh, tonight?
Gia: Don't these people believe in prep time? I mean, Nikolas and I are supposed to fly to St. Bartís --
Nikolas: No, no, look, we can still go. You know, it's your career, so you get to decide, you know?
Gia: Nikolas, I can't pass this up. I mean, you know how the business works. I'm hot now and I have to take it while I can.
Nikolas: No, you donít. You donít. You don't, okay?
Gia: Are you asking me to pass this up?
Nikolas: No. I'm asking you to believe in yourself. All right, if you want to take this job because it feels right, do it. Okay, but if you want to wait for something you like better, do it. It's your choice.
Roy: This kind of money doesn't have to be a bad thing, not if we're smart.
Felicia: We're only rich because someone gave us that money and someday they may just come along with an agenda.
Roy: Yeah, yeah, maybe, but, you know, on the other hand, we checked it out and it's always come up clean, you know. Maybe it's okay to enjoy ourselves a little bit.
Roy: Unless I'm wrong and this has all been torture for you.
Felicia: Oh, not all of it.
Roy: Well, good.
Felicia: The candlelight dinner that you set up for me down on the dock was very nice. So was kissing you.
Roy: So maybe the good part is just getting started.
Felicia: You've made two women very happy today. I'm going to go break the good news to Maxie.
Roy: Okay. I'll see you around.
Zander: Roy DiLucca? What does he have to do with any of this?
Jason: Well, when you sold Sonny out, Roscoe was looking for information on a piece of waterfront real estate, which Roy DiLucca just bought.
Zander: Where'd DiLucca get that kind of money?
Jason: You know what? I don't know. That's what I need to find out. But the guys who kidnapped Elizabeth were interested in the same exact property.
Zander: So, what, you think they were trying to finish the job that Roscoe assigned them to do, or what?
Jason: No, I think they were working for the guy who hired Roscoe in the first place. You know, the third party he told you could handle Sonny?
Zander: Oh, you heard that?
Jason: Yeah, I did. But I didn't hear any names. Did you, from Roscoe, Kent, or Hayes?
Jason: What about Roy DiLucca? Did any of them mention him?
Jason: No, Zander, this is important. Listen to me. Whoever's doing this used Roscoe, used hays and Kent and he grabbed Elizabeth and could go after her again unless I get a lead on this guy.
Zander: Well, that is too bad that you killed everybody you could get information from.
Jason: You're not dead yet. Neither is Roy DiLucca.
Zander: You're a funny guy. You going after DiLucca now?
Jason: I need a name. A phone number. Anything. Think about it in the crypt -- did Hayes say anything about a boss or why this person would even go after Sonny?
Zander: Let me make this really clear for you. Roscoe paid me, disappeared. Hayes locked me and Elizabeth up, died. That is what they have in common. They are both history because of you. Now, if you have got no leads, no way to protect the great and powerful Sonny, then that is your own damn fault.
Jason: Until this is over, Elizabeth is in danger, and if you're withholding information from me, you're risking her life.
Zander: No. The one risking her life is you.
Roy: You wanted to see me?
Zander: Thank you for coming.
Roy: What can I do for you, Zander?
Zander: I heard you bought Pier 52. I'm looking for work if you're looking to hire.
Roy: Okay, last time we spoke, you were in Sonny's camp. He has no use for me. He's tried to buy me out already. How do I know this isn't a setup?
Zander: Sonny fired me. The second Jason got back, he cut me off. I got no use for him. I thought maybe I could be useful to you.
Roy: But there are other jobs, man. You could go so many other places. Why come to me?
Zander: Jason thinks you're fronting for somebody else. He thinks you bought Pier 52 to get back at Sonny, to take a piece of his territory.
Roy: That appeals to you?
Zander: I need a job. If that means getting back at Sonny and Jason, also, it's even better.
Roy: Now, if that were true, I might be tempted to hire you.
Zander: Why would I lie?
Roy: Well, you know, to get me to trust you so you can spy on me, get back in Sonny's good graces.
Zander: I did everything I could for Sonny. I respected him. I followed his orders. I proved my loyalty over and over and over again. Where'd that get me, huh? Out on the street looking for a job.
Roy: And a little revenge on the side, is that it?
Zander: Why not? I figure he deserves it. I heard you had money and I heard you were looking to get at Sonny. Both of those interest me. But if you can't use me, you know, it's no problem.
Roy: Well, I need time to think about it. So do you, for that matter. This could be trouble you don't need.
Zander: My offer is on the table. Let me know what you decide.
Luke: Hi. How'd it go?
Laura: Well, he seemed to be pretty interested in the dreams that I've been having about the attic, but he also had a perfectly sound explanation why none of it made any sense at all. So I just let him think I believed it.
Luke: It's all starting to sound like a cover-up to me.
Laura: I don't know. Maybe Rick was sincere. I -- I really couldn't tell.
Luke: I think he's got something to hide. Right after you left him, he called here, talked to your mother. She's with him now.
Gia: I'm taking the job, Nikolas.
Nikolas: Okay. In that case, all I can say is knock them dead.
Gia: I love you.
Nikolas: I know.
Gia: And I promise that we will go away as soon as I get back, okay?
Gia: Okay. So tell me everything. What's the itinerary? Who's the client? Where are we staying?
Lucky: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Slow down a little bit here. It's the same jewelry designer, and I'm just waiting on a fax to figure out all the information.
Gia: You really think I can do this?
Lucky: I don't "think." I "know" you can.
Teen: Oh, wow! You're Gia Campbell, aren't you, the model?
Gia: Yeah, that's right.
Teen: You see, I told you it was her!
Second teen: I knew that. Nobody's going to believe this. Um -- uh -- could we -- um -- get an autograph or something?
First teen: Please?
Teen: Oh! Here. Oh, here.
Teen: Oh, jeez.
Gia: Here you go.
Teen: Thank you.
Gia: You're welcome.
Teen: Thank you so much!
Teen: Oh, my God!
Kristina: I begged you to be honest with me. I gave you every chance in the world to back away if you were still hung up on Alexis.
Ned: I'm not hung up on --
Kristina: Well, you're a liar! You know, you ask me to trust you and so I did! You told me this was my problem! You told me it was in my head! You said that you weren't in love with Alexis anymore, you were just connected to her, and so I believed you!
Ned: It was true, it was true.
Kristina: No! And then all the while Alexis is pushing me toward you, swearing that it's over, and this whole time both of you, both of you are lying to me!
Ned: No! It was -- it was once, okay, one time --
Kristina: Oh, so -- so one lie is okay? So one life-altering lie is allowed?
Ned: It was a mistake. It was a mistake.
Kristina: It was my mistake for not trusting my instincts, for not believing what was right in front of my eyes. How many times did I say to you "I feel like I'm a substitute for Alexis? A fill-in until she gets over her crazy obsession with Sonny and comes running back to you?"
Ned: That's not what happened.
Kristina: That is what happened. Did you ever care about me at all?
Ned: Kristina, please.
Kristina: This whole time that we were together -- it wasn't really me that you loved. It wasn't really me that you wanted -- get your --
Ned: You're wrong, you're wrong! Listen to me. I loved you then and I love you now. You, no one else. And every word, every word was true.
Kristina: I can't listen to this anymore.
Ned: You're damn well going to listen to this. Now, listen to me! Okay, if you want to leave me, leave me. But don't think for one second that I don't love you because I do.
Kristina: For God's sake, Ned, you are having a baby with my sister!
Ned: Yes, I know, and I am -- I am truly sorry. But Alexis and I are over, and I truly believe that I can fulfill my obligation to this child and still love you because that's what I want to do. I want to love you. Give me that chance. Let me show you.
Kristina: Don't touch me. Don't call me. Don't talk to me. If you want to do something for me, then get the hell out of my face!
Kristina: Get out!
Laura: What did my mother say to you?
Luke: She said that she couldn't remember anything unusual happening up in the attic.
Luke: Well, but she got very unsettled when I asked about her marriage to Rick.
Laura: Well, that's because he had an affair with Monica Quartermaine. I'm sure that's still painful for her to talk about even now.
Luke: Sweetheart, Monica wasn't the only one. Rick had multiple affairs. Apparently one of the women even came to the house, and you answered the door.
Laura: I did? I don't remember that at all. I -- I knew he had the affair with Monica, but that's all I knew.
Felicia: Hi. If this is about Roy and wanting to buy the pier, you're going to have to talk to him about it, but, honestly, I don't think he's going to change his mind.
Jason: Please, listen to me. This is about how Roy could afford it in the first place.
Felicia: I told you -- I came into an inheritance.
Jason: You're lying. You didn't get any money from a rich dead uncle. He died broke, we checked. So you're covering for Roy.
Felicia: Well, it's none of your business, and I don't appreciate being interrogated about it.
Jason: Wait, wait. Roy is lying to you. Don't you get that? Somebody fronted him that money and they're telling him what to do. They're telling him to go after Sonny. And I don't want you to end up in the middle.
Roy: You're late.
Man: You work for us, Mr. DiLucca.
Roy: I don't work for anybody. You give your employer a message for me. I want to see him face to face.
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Alan: I think I have a solution to your problem.
Alexis: What does it actually take to please you, Carly?
Carly: Oh, I should be pleased?
Kristina: I came to see Alexis.
Ned: Alexis isn't home.
Felicia: Mind your own business!
Jason: No, Felicia, just listen to me.