General Hospital Transcript Thursday 10/16/02
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>> Previously on "General Hospital" --
Brenda: You should go see him.
Skye: He doesn't want to see me.
Brenda: You are not going to do to Skye, what I did to you.
Elizabeth: You warned me about who you really are. I should've listened.
Carly: Give me the documents, or you can lose the election.
Carly: Don't you know how far I would go to fight for you?
Jason: He can only be dangerous if he gets you alone. I won't let that happen.
Jax: Look, I didn't fly you all the way from Europe, for you to sugarcoat this. I need an honest assessment.
Doctor: There's a possibility you could walk again.
Jax: What are the odds?
Doctor: The chances for a full recovery are very slim. It would require a regimen of physical therapy that is both grueling and painful.
Jax: I guess that's the best-case scenario. What's the worst?
Doctor: You will be in a wheelchair for the rest of your life.
Jax: How will that affect my family and friends?
Doctor: Every situation is different.
Jax: All right, in your experience, what do loved ones go through?
Doctor: It is extremely trying for everyone involved. The people closest to you are generally determined to be patient and loving, but the strain is tremendous. If significant progress does not materialize, you will struggle with frustration and bouts of rage at your condition. You may shut down.
Jax: And my family would feel obligated to stay with me.
Doctor: I'm sure they'd want to.
Jax: But they'd feel trapped.
Doctor: Their lives would revolve around you. So, yes, I'm sure they'd feel some anger and resentment, and guilt at having those feelings. But they'll learn to adjust in time.
Jax: So I'd be handing them a life sentence.
Courtney: Elizabeth. Come on in.
Elizabeth: Oh, thanks. I just dropped by Kelly's to pick up my paycheck and I thought you might want yours, too, since you're not working today. And I brought the new work schedule.
Courtney: Oh, thanks.
Elizabeth: I am heading over to the mall to blow some of this hard-earned cash. You want to come with me?
Courtney: You know, my dog, Rosie, is upstairs with a neighbor and I have to go pick her up, and I thought I'd do some laundry.
Elizabeth: Ooh, sounds exciting.
Courtney: Yeah, well, the fun really starts when I dust and vacuum.
Elizabeth: Are you sure you don't want to take a break? I mean, A.J.'s been gone for a while and you've been here all by yourself. Maybe --
Ned: I just wish -- I just wish I knew what Scott had on you. That's the only thing we're not prepared for.
Alexis: I'm prepared on the issues.
Ned: Well, I hate to say it, but a good handful of dirt makes more of an impression on voters than a whole platform of issues.
Alexis: We'll see.
Photographer: Ms. Davis?
Ned: It's not too late to back out.
Alexis: I will handle whatever Scott throws at me.
Taggert: Alexis is closing the gap in the election poll.
Scott: For now.
Taggert: She took a strong stance when Sonny was presumed dead, and the voters are buying it. They think she can deliver something no other D.A. has been able to deliver -- Sonny Corinthos behind bars.
Scott: Well, the voters will be thinking differently after today.
Taggert: Oh. Oh, you mean this arranged arrest with Alcazar and the publicity you're going to gain from being the prosecuting attorney?
Scott: Alcazar is just gravy.
Taggert: He happens to be the highest-profile case you have.
Scott: Well, I can't wait that long because I'm going to score all my points at today's debate.
Taggert: What bombshell are you going to drop, Scott?
Bobbie: Hey, boys.
Taggert: Hey. Wow, you look great.
Bobbie: Thank you.
Scott: Yeah, Bobbie. How are you, Bobbie?
Bobbie: Are you ready for the big debate?
Scott: You bet.
Bobbie: Ok. Well, let's go, then. Oh, and remember your promise to me -- no mudslinging.
Scott: I'm sticking to the facts like glue.
Bobbie: That's good. Good. Ok, let's go.
Scott: Off we go. Your coat. There you go. There we are. Out we go.
Bobbie: Thank you very much, Taggert. I'm very excited about today.
Nikolas: Let's go. Come on. Come on. Hurry up. Hurry up. All right.
Lucky: I'm going to check in here. You check in the desk, all right?
Nikolas: Whatever Baldwin has on Alexis, we have to find it before he uses it against her today.
Sonny: Where are you going?
Carly: Hey, it's Scott and Alexis' debate today and I almost forgot till I read it in the paper.
Sonny: Well, why do you care?
Carly: I don't, actually, but I wanted to support my mom.
Sonny: You hate Baldwin almost as much as you hate Alexis.
Carly: Yeah, I wanted to be there for my mom.
Sonny: Oh --
Carly: Look, she really believed that I was a grieving widow, ok, that -- and she grieved, too, because she cares about you.
Sonny: Oh. And you feel bad?
Carly: Yeah, I feel rotten. You know, I lied to her about it
haven't heard from him all morning.
Skye: Thank you.
Skye: Where's my husband?
Nurse: Mr. Jacks?
Skye: Yes -- he's not in his room and he's not scheduled for any therapy.
Nurse: No, he's not. I can't imagine where he went.
Skye: Oh, my God, how could you let this happen? He's in your care! How could you possibly lose track of a patient who can't even walk?
Guard: I just got a call from an exterior guard outside. He said he saw someone in a wheelchair up on the roof.
Skye: Oh, my God. Oh, my God, it's Jax!
Courtney: I'm still being stalked, and it's gotten a lot worse than phone calls and heavy breathing. This guy broke into my apartment and set up video cameras.
Elizabeth: He's been watching you?
Courtney: Yeah, we found cameras all over the room.
Elizabeth: Oh, you must've freaked.
Courtney: Yeah, I did. Jason's just trying to catch the guy.
Elizabeth: So I -- I guess you don't want to be by yourself, especially at night.
Jason: The apartment isn't safe.
Courtney: Jason tried to talk me into moving out, but I'd rather stay. I don't want this stalker to think that he's won.
Elizabeth: He won't win. If anyone can catch this guy, it's -- it's Jason.
Courtney: Hey, you know, I just made some coffee. Do you want some?
Elizabeth: No -- I don't want to interfere with what the two of you were doing, so --
Courtney: You're not.
Jason: The truth is we don't know who or what we're dealing with.
Courtney: Just five minutes. I brewed a big pot.
Elizabeth: Maybe another time. I -- I really need to catch this sale. I hope you guys catch him. I'll see you at Kelly's.
Courtney: Am I the only one who sees it?
Courtney: Elizabeth is dying inside and so are you. Why don't you just tell her that you want her back?
Jason: I can't.
Courtney: Sure, you can. You -- you just open up the door, you go after her, you open up your mouth, and you tell her how you feel.
Jason: How I feel doesn't matter.
Skye: Oh, my God, Jax. Look, I know things seem hopeless right now, but they're not. We'll be all right, really.
Jax: Skye, I'm ok. I'm -- I wasn't planning on jumping off or anything. Well, actually, in my case, I'd probably have to wheel myself off, but that wasn't my intention.
Skye: Well, then why are you here?
Jax: I wanted to get some fresh air.
Skye: Oh, my God. You scared me half to death. You didn't tell anybody where you were, the nurses didn't know, and I didn't know you'd gotten yourself a wheelchair. Then I found you up on the roof like this. I -- oh.
Jax: I just had to get out of the room for a while.
Skye: But there's a garden downstairs.
Jax: Yeah, I know. There's just too many people.
Skye: Well, I wish you would've waited for me. I would've come up with you.
Jax: I needed some time alone, make some decisions.
Skye: I'm glad you're ok. I was out of my mind.
Jax: I told you I have no intention of jumping off the roof, ok? That's not the problem.
Skye: I know. I overreacted. It's one of my specialties.
Jax: Skye -- the problem is us.
Alcazar: Too bad. I thought you were the nurse with my release forms.
Zander: You getting out of here today?
Alcazar: They tell me I've made a remarkable recovery -- something we have in common. You know, most people who get drugged, knocked over the head, and thrown in the ocean -- they just give up and drown.
Zander: Well, I guess I'm lucky.
Alcazar: It happens. For instance, I know this woman that was driven over a cliff by her mother. The fall alone should've killed her, not to mention the icy waters. She managed to swim to the top of the ocean. Even then she should've died. But my yacht just happened to be there. I just happened to be walking on the deck and I just happened to see her. Now, is that luck or is that fate? Some people are just hard to kill -- you, me --
Alcazar: Why didn't you tell Corinthos about her?
Zander: I couldn't remember Brenda. Truth is I couldn't remember a whole hell of a lot after you knocked me over the head. You know, it's a bizarre feeling, knowing that someone's trying to kill you and not having a clue who they are.
Alcazar: My only interest in you was making sure you didn't tell Corinthos about Brenda. It's no longer a consideration. I could forget I ever met you. Unless you want to be one of my enemies, which would be a dangerous mistake, but probably not the first one you've made.
Zander: You expect me to just forget the fact that you tried to kill me?
Alcazar: I am offering to forget you. Take me up on it, or you'll regret it.
Sonny: Do you expect me to believe this sudden interest in political debates? Have a seat, madam.
Carly: I told you I am going to support my mother.
Sonny: No, what I think you want is to have front-row seats to watch Baldwin take cheap shots at Alexis.
Carly: You're so wrong.
Sonny: She's going to wipe the floor with him.
Carly: Yeah, by claiming to put you behind bars.
Sonny: See? You do want to see her lose.
Carly: Look, I honestly think that you'd be a lot worse off with Alexis as D.A.
Sonny: I'll deal with it, if it happens. But, you know, perfect timing to get involved in politics because Benny's on his way over here and we're going to discuss the situation with the five families.
Carly: Oh, yeah, and so you want me out of the penthouse so I don't eavesdrop. Ok. It's no problem. I am the dutiful wife.
Sonny: Oh, that's going to take a little while to get used to.
Carly: Well, unless you want my advice. Would you rather I stay?
Sonny: Good-bye, Carly. I don't want you to be late for the debate. Give my regards to Bobbie, and under no circumstance --
Sonny: Do you say anything to Alexis.
Carly: Oh, that won't be a problem, trust me. Have a happy meeting, honey.
Nikolas: You found something Scott can use against Alexis?
Lucky: I'm still looking.
Nikolas: What have you got, man?
Lucky: Just give me a minute, huh?
Nikolas: The debate's about to start and you're standing here wasting time looking through Scott's files on your dad?
Lucky: We've already been busted once for coming in here. This is my last chance to find out what Baldwin's got on my dad.
Nikolas: Ok, that's fine. I found a key in Scott's desk. We can get back in whenever we want, but think about how great it would be that we don't have to because Alexis won because we found Scott's ace-in-the-hole. Now, come on. Please stop wasting time and find what we need so we can go.
Lucky: I'm almost done.
Nikolas: Damn it.
Nikolas: Here it is, right here.
Lucky: That's it.
Nikolas: I got to warn Alexis.
Lucky: That's what Baldwin's going to use.
Nikolas: Yeah, that's it. Yeah, I need to speak to Alexis Davis, please. This is her nephew, Nikolas. Listen, you know what? I know the debate's about to start. Will you please -- listen, everything rides on this. Tell her it's urgent. Please tell -- they won't put me through. We got to go.
Lucky: Let's get over there.
Scott: Hey, hey, hey, how are you?
Man: How are you, Scott?
Scott: Good to see you. Ok.
Man: Good seeing you.
Ned: Would you do me a favor?
Alexis: Yeah, what's that?
Ned: Just wipe that smarmy grin off his face?
Bobbie: Good luck, Scott.
Scott: Thank you. She won't know what hit her.
Man: The two candidates for district attorney of Port Charles are Alexis Davis, an attorney in private practice --
man: And Scott Baldwin, current acting D.A.
Man: We will begin with opening remarks from each candidate. A coin flip conducted earlier determined Scott Baldwin will go first. Mr. Baldwin?
Scott: Thank you, Nate. I look forward to an open and honest debate. I am confident that my position on the different issues are more effective and hard-hitting than hers.
Bobbie: Carly, what are you doing here?
Scott: Today --
Carly: Keeping your boyfriend honest.
Bobbie: Oh, Carly, if it's your intention to disrupt this debate in any way --
Carly: I wouldn't do such a thing.
Scott: This election has it all. So, ladies and gentlemen, fasten your seat belts, and let the debate begin.
Courtney: I saw the look on both your faces. Why didn't you say something or just tell Elizabeth that you're sorry?
Jason: Because I -- I can't change what happened, or promise her it won't happen again.
Courtney: You could reach out, make an effort. Would that be so hard?
Jason: Courtney --
Courtney: Look, Jason, I know that you're sort of a loner, and you feel like your career doesn't exactly lend itself to having a relationship.
Jason: Could we just drop this?
Courtney: I don't mean to pry, but when you're with Elizabeth, it is so obvious that there's something between you. And if you don't act on it, you may regret it later.
Jason: It's just not that simple.
Courtney: Why not?
Courtney: Oh, God. What if --
Jason: Hold on. If it's him, this is what we've been waiting for.
Man: [Distorted voice] who's your new boyfriend?
Man: The guy I saw you with last night -- dump him. I don't like you with other men.
Courtney: Why are you doing this to me? Do I know you from somewhere? Have -- have I hurt you in some way?
Man: Your husband should be told what's going on.
Courtney: Leave A.J. alone.
Man: Does he know you're with another man while he's out of town?
Courtney: Well, at least he's a man, which is more than I can say for you.
Man: You have no idea.
Courtney: Listen, you sick, pathetic, little --
Jason: Hey, hey. Did you guys get that? Ok, hold -- hold on. Give me that address again. Thank you.
Jason: Your stalker's right across the street.
Skye: Do not shut me out, Jax. We can face anything if we do it together.
Jax: No. Skye -- Skye, I'm not going to put you through this.
Skye: Well, I'm not going anywhere so it's not up for discussion!
Jax: Ok, listen, listen to me, all right?
Skye: No, look, I was crazy. I was crazy to think that you'd give up. This is not who you are. You're a fighter, so you can't give up on us.
Jax: I'm not. I've simply come to the realization that I don't want to share this fight with anyone.
Skye: I'm not "anyone." I'm your wife.
Jax: Skye, you didn't sign up for this, ok? Don't you understand that?
Skye: God, so? God, Jax! Do you remember the night of our wedding when the electricity was knocked out by the storm in the church and you said -- you said that we never do things the easy way. You said that our life was full of the unexpected. It was one of the things that you cherished.
Jax: I know what I said! But that was different. It was different, ok?
Skye: No. No, it wasn't.
Jax: I'm not -- I'm not going to let you spend the rest of your life trying to cope with my disability, ok?
Skye: Jax, no. Come on, maybe you're going to get better, all right, and maybe -- maybe you won't, but I just -- I wish you'd stop focusing on it like it's all there is. You're still you -- smart and kind and gallant. You're still that same person no matter what's happened to your physical body.
Jax: They're just words, Skye. You won't know the reality of this until you start living it, and I am not going to put you through that, ok? I'm not going to do that!
Skye: No, listen to me! You have come through for me time and again, and I am going to do the same thing for you. Now, you know that I'm at my strongest when I'm facing a challenge.
Jax: You deserve more than this, Skye.
Skye: I already have more that I ever thought I'd ever deserve, Jax. I have you. You're all that I will ever want in this world.
Jax: I used to be.
Skye: No. You're the man that I love, the man that I married.
Jax: Look, you have a lifetime ahead of you.
Skye: Oh, God, Jax, will you listen to me? People get injured all the time. They get incurable diseases, they suffer a thousand different ways. But the difference is most of the time their spouses stay with them because they're bonded by love.
Jax: Most of the time, couples have years together before something happens to them. We just got married, Skye. Our life together hasn't even begun.
Skye: No. See, that's -- you're wrong. Our life began the minute that we said our vows. And it's forever because you are the person who taught me what love is, so you cannot expect to push me away now.
Jax: It's better this way.
Skye: No, Jax. You keep assuming that my life will be over if I stay with you. But, but don't you see? It's just the opposite. I would lose my life and everything that I value most in this world if I left.
Benny: Yes, DiLucca called from Miami. He can take care of the trouble down there. He just -- he wants to be sure he's got backup in case he needs it, that's all.
Sonny: Ok. Well, once Roy settles in, I'll have Jason take care of any difficulties.
Sonny: You got someplace to go, looking at that watch there?
Benny: No, it's just the debate is going to start in a minute, and I think we should watch it because the outcome could have a big effect on business.
Sonny: Well, Alexis is going to win.
Benny: Do you know she is basing her campaign on cleaning up organized crime -- you, in particular?
Benny: The voters are eating it up.
Sonny: She's not going to be a problem. I know at least as much about Alexis as she knows about me. Let's check it out.
[Sonny turns TV on]
Alexis: And lastly, we need to protect the busiest and most profitable area of commerce in our city, which is the Port Charles waterfront. Our enterprise system really hasn't been free for many years. It's been hampered by money-laundering operations, by backroom handshakes, by cronyism, and ties to organized crime. I will make every effort to clean up the waterfront and bring it back to its former glory as it should be.
Nate: Thank you, Ms. Davis. First question for the candidates. We're all aware that organized crime has established a major foothold in Port Charles. Ms. Davis touched upon the issue. Can each of you briefly explain how you would tackle this problem? Mr. Baldwin?
Scott: Two words -- "Sing Sing," for all members of organized crime and those involved with members of organized crime.
Alexis: The law is very specific.
Scott: I'm sure it is, and what I know about Ms. Davis, she has no business in any political office in this state. She consorts with known criminals.
Alexis: I believe I made my record quite clear.
Scott: She claims that she wants to bring the notorious Sonny Corinthos to justice.
Alexis: If he acts outside the bounds of the law, that is correct.
Scott: Yet she has been intimate with him.
Alexis: I no longer represent Mr. Corinthos.
Scott: She slept with Sonny Corinthos.
Courtney: Oh, my God.
Skye: Here, let me help.
Jax: No, I'm ok. Would you please escort my wife out?
Skye: Jax, please don't do this.
Jax: I don't need your help, Skye.
Skye: But I'm here. I -- I want to help.
Jax: This is the way it's going to be, ok?
Skye: Didn't you hear anything I said up on the roof? Jax, I -- I can do this. I can handle it. Just give me a chance to show you.
Jax: There's no point. Nothing is going to change.
Guard: I'm sorry. Ma'am, you have to leave.
Skye: My -- my husband has suffered a serious trauma, ok? He's not thinking clearly.
Jax: Yes, I'm completely lucid. I just don't want you here.
Skye: Jax, people adjust to the most amazing difficulties all the time. So can we.
Jax: Please escort my wife out.
Skye: Jax, please don't. Don't put up a wall.
Guard: I'm sorry, ma'am.
Skye: Jax, you need me as much as I need you.
Guard: I have to follow the patient's wishes.
Taggert: Mrs. Jacks? I'm sorry about your husband. I -- I know this must be a rough time for both of you.
Skye: Thank you for your concern.
Taggert: Listen, I just came from the crime scene where we finished our search, and this is one of the items we found. I thought Jax might want it.
Skye: Thank you.
Taggert: Jax is strong. I wouldn't bet against him.
Brenda's voice: "Dear Jax, I'm leaving -- again. I only wanted to warn you and now I've done that."
Woman: Is it true, Ms. Davis? Did you sleep with Sonny Corinthos?
Man: Were you having an affair?
Second man: Are you in love with him?
Alexis: These accusations -- this accusation has nothing to do with this election.
Scott: It has everything to do with this election. Your whole platform is bringing Sonny Corinthos to justice. Is that justice, or to bed?
Nate: Mr. Baldwin's allegations --
Bobbie: So this is why you were so furious with Sonny?
Carly: That pig.
Nate: Is a central issue in this campaign and this debate.
Alexis: I believe I'm entitled to a rebuttal.
Nate: Ms. Davis, would you like to respond?
Alexis: Yes, I would. Thank you. My opponent gave me his word that he would debate the issues here today. He has now proven irrefutably that his word is worth absolutely nothing.
Scott: Well, the public deserves to know about your rendezvous with the mob.
Alexis: Mr. Baldwin evidently does not want to talk about the problems in this city or how we're going to fix them.
Scott: She is in bed with organized crime --
Alexis: He is intent, he is desperate --
Scott: Literally in bed.
Alexis: To divert the spotlight from his abject failure as interim district attorney and his inability to tackle the issues. I'm not even going to dignify his revelation with a response other than to say it is untrue and that he has absolutely no --
Lucky: Carly signed an affidavit.
Alexis: My past business association with Mr. Corinthos has only strengthened my resolve to bring any perpetrator of organized crime to justice --
man: Mr. Corinthos? Is it true? Did you sleep with Alexis Davis?
Second man: Was she your mistress? When did your sexual relationship begin?
Woman: Does your wife know?
Sonny: Ok, you know, I heard Mr. Baldwin's remark on TV. I came here to set the record straight. Everything he said is a lie.
Sonny: Alexis Davis was my attorney, nothing more. She no longer represents me or any of my interests. Mr. Baldwin has a long history of inventing phony charges. He's dropped my name here now to help his campaign. He's been hounding me ever since he got into office, strong-arming the PCPD into questioning me on a lot of nonsense, and none of it worked. So now, out of his, you know, desperation for publicity, he's come up with a story about me and my former attorney which is completely untrue. She worked for me, that's it. Period. You bring up my name again and I will sue you for slander. You understand me?
Scott: Gangsters -- see, they like to make their little threats.
Scott: But I got proof. Hard evidence. Black and white. Don't I, Mrs. Corinthos?
Courtney: Oh, God, it's a shrine to daisy, someone who doesn't even exist.
Jason: This guy could've been a regular at the Oasis.
Courtney: All of my customers were regulars.
Jason: Did anyone stand out?
Courtney: I didn't look at their faces.
Jason: I mean, someone -- someone who approached you, pushed for your attention a little more?
Courtney: I guess. I guess. I mean, I -- I don't know. Someone always got too close.
Jason: Was anyone more persistent than the rest of the guys?
Courtney: I tried to block them out, ok? If I let myself feel or think, I couldn't have gone through with it.
Courtney: God, I thought that this was over with. I thought that I could finally just let it go and erase it from my mind, but it's just getting worse!
Jason: Ok, look, we're going to catch the guy, ok? We're getting close.
Courtney: I just can't believe we missed him. It's like he knew that we were coming.
Jason: I think he -- I think he did.
Courtney: What do you mean?
Jason: Well -- he stayed on long enough for us to trace the call. He wanted -- he wanted us to come.
Courtney: But why?
Jason: He said that he knew that I was with you. He knows we're trying to catch him. That phone call was just to lure us out.
Courtney: I don't get it. What exactly is he trying to accomplish?
Jason: I can see a shadow moving. He's in your apartment.
Taggert: Zander? What are you doing hanging out around Mr. Alcazar's room?
Zander: I was waiting for a cop. I figured one of you guys would show up sooner or later, considering the fact that he shot Jax and murdered Kristina Cassadine by blowing up Sonny's warehouse.
Taggert: Well, we're all in agreement that Mr. Alcazar is a very bad man. What's that got to do with you?
Zander: How's your case against him?
Taggert: I'm sorry. I missed the part where you got a law degree.
Zander: Do you have enough evidence to put him into prison right now?
Taggert: Do you know something about Mr. Alcazar that I should know? Because if you do, now is the time to come forward. What do you know, Zander?
Zander: If I tell you what I know, not only do I get an arms dealer and a murderer mad at me, but I ruin any chance of starting over.
Taggert: What the hell are you talking about, boy?
Zander: No, forget it. Forget --
Taggert: You asked a question, Zander, I'm going to answer it. The case we have against Mr. Alcazar is largely circumstantial, all right? Our primary witness, Ms. Brenda Barrett, has been diagnosed with a mental illness. So any information you could give us to strengthen this case would be greatly appreciated. So what do you know?
Zander: I was on Alcazar's yacht. He was asking information about Sonny and Jax and he threatened to kill me. Had me knocked out and thrown overboard and later he sent a gunman to shoot me.
Taggert: Well, Mr. Smith, we need to go to the D.A.'s office and have somebody take your statement.
Brenda's voice: "Jax, thank you for loving me. Thank you for every day we had together. I know nothing turned out the way we expected, but the love didn't go away. It never will. Well, don't ever forget you're in my heart and my prayers. I'll accept only one more present from you and that's for you to have a beautiful life. Don't forget hope and trust and joy and all that good stuff. Choose to be happy, Jax, and then I'll be happy, too. I love you. Brenda."
Brenda: How's Jax?
Skye: Oh, you know Jax. He's a very active man. He's getting a bit restless feeling cooped up in his room.
Brenda: Oh. Well, how are you holding up?
Skye: I bet you want to see him, right?
Brenda: Uh -- well, yeah, but I could just --
Skye: You're pretending to act all polite so I won't feel threatened and cause a scene.
Brenda: No, no, I can leave if you want me out --
Skye: No, no, no, you can go. Go -- go visit him. I'm not going to stand in your way.
Doctor: I wish I could be more optimistic.
Jax: Well, I mean, I asked you to be honest.
Doctor: There's a possibility of recovery, but it's not very likely.
Jax: Yeah. Well, this helps me make my decision, so, thank you very much.
Brenda: Hi. Hey. I just saw Skye.
Jax: Yeah? How's she doing?
Brenda: Um -- I don't know. She's got something going on, but she's trying pretty hard to cover it, so --
Jax: Yeah, she's good at that.
Brenda: She said you're feeling restless?
Jax: Yeah, you could call it that.
Brenda: What's going on? Something's going on with you.
Jax: Brenda, I need you more than ever.
Jason: Ok. Stay here.
Jason: Stay here.
Courtney: Be careful.
Scott: Mrs. Corinthos is a witness to Alexis Davis' sexual encounter with her husband. In this signed affidavit, it clearly states that she found the two of them in bed together, "penthouse four, harbor view towers." I could only imagine what kind of pain it was for Mrs. Corinthos to find the two of them in her bed. She is loyal to Corinthos. She is unfit to be district attorney.
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Alan: He's doing everything he can to drive you away, right?
Skye: I'm scared to death that it just might work.
Brenda: You know I'd do anything for you.
Jax: Good, because I'm depending on it.
Scott: If you're going to get in bed with your lawyer, you got to expect a little fallout.
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