GH Transcript Monday 12/2/02


General Hospital Transcript Monday 12/2/02

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Audrie

>> Previously on "General Hospital" --

Luke: You're a hooker.

Summer: A call girl.

Carly: Sonny will do anything to keep Brenda from going to prison.

Courtney: Even sacrifice Jason?

Alexis: What are you doing here?

Sonny: I came to look for a legal referral. Taggert just arrested Brenda.

Scott: You ever seen that knife before? Your prints, all over the knife.

Courtney: Jason.

Summer: Are you offering me $2,000?

Luke: Cash.

Summer: Are you insane?

Luke: Some say so.

Summer: Well, 2,000 is more than enough for a date.

Luke: Then let's go.

Summer: Unfortunately, my client list is full at the moment.

Luke: Hmm. And you're not sure you want to spend an evening with a spud who's been stalking you, scaring off your customers, and asking too many questions about your past.

Summer: Well, there is that.

Luke: Ok, well, then here's my proposition -- I'll give you double your going rate and I promise no questions about your former life as Laura. In return, you agree to spend a calm, civilized evening with me, no strings, no freaky stuff. You know, I have been known to create a giggle or two. And also, you don't have to worry about being safe with me because you already know that I've saved you from death by oncoming truck.

Summer: All right. One date, no strings, 2,000 upfront.

Luke: Ok.

Jax: Brenda, where are you? You should've been here a half-hour ago. I'm starting to worry.

Officer: Jasper Jacks?

Jax: Just call me on my cell. Yes?

Officer: Where are you headed?

Jax: A business trip. Why?

Officer: D.A. Baldwin wants to ask you some questions regarding the death of Luis Alcazar.

Scott: See, what happened was that you went after Alcazar and you started stabbing him and then he was backing up and backing up and then he fell off the balcony.

Silence is not going to help you here. Cooperation is what's going to help you to beat this rap.

Taggert: He's right, Brenda. You give us something now, we'll help you later.

Scott: Say that Alcazar tried to rape you and you were acting in self-defense and that you were going to call 911, but Jason wouldn't let you. We can work something out, but the first step is you have to admit to the crime. So, admit that you killed Alcazar.

Courtney: I'm so glad to see you here. Did the cops drop the charges against you?

Jason: They released me, but I'm not supposed to leave town because they might charge me again.

Courtney: Because of A.J., right? Because he told them that you were driving Alcazar's limo.

Jason: Look, A.J.'s word isn't proof of anything.

Courtney: A.J. went to the cops to prove to me that you were some sort of killing machine or he did it to pay me back for breaking up with him. Either way, I'm the reason that you got arrested.

Carly: May I help you?

Man: I'm here to see Mr. Corinthos.

Carly: Is he expecting you?

Man: No, but I -- I have a letter for him.

Carly: Yeah, well, my husband's not here, and our guard will be back soon, so you can give it to him.

Man: I need to give this to Mr. Corinthos personally.

Carly: Well, I don't know when he's going to be back.

Man: I won't bother you. I'll just wait out in the hall until your husband comes home.

Carly: Suit yourself.


nurse: Her heart rate's erratic.

Alexis: It's ok, Kristina. Mommy's not going to let anything happen to you. Help her!

Intern: You have to stay here.

Alexis: No. No.

Intern: We need to do a stat echo.

Alexis: I need to go with her. No, would you let go of me! I can't leave her here! It's your fault! You did it!

Alexis: Why did you come here? Every time you're around, something horrible happens!

Sonny: You need to calm down.

Alexis: Don't tell me to calm down! You stay away from my daughter, do you hear me? You stay away from her! I don't want you near her!

Ned: What the hell's going on here?

Alexis: They took her. Something happened to her.

Ned: All right. Sonny, get the hell out of here because you're upsetting her.

Sonny: I'm sorry --

Ned: Get out! Ok, ok, ok. Honey, honey, honey, listen to me. Tell me what happened to Kristina.

Alexis: The alarm went off and they took her -- they took her away from me.

Ned: Ok. It's ok, it's ok. It's going to be all right. It'll be all right.

Jason: Courtney, A.J. would've turned me over to the cops for any reason. There's no way you're to blame for any of this.

Courtney: But my brother is.

Jason: Courtney, don't. Don't start on Sonny.

Courtney: It doesn't take a huge leap to figure out that Sonny sent you to that hotel -- not that I'd expect you to admit it. You'd do anything that Sonny says and take the blame when it goes wrong?

Jason: Look, if you want to be mad at Sonny for yourself, I can't stop you, but don't do it for me.

Courtney: Why aren't you mad, Jason? Why do you think it's fair that you might be facing prison and Sonny isn't?

Jason: If I answer that, will you -- will you really try to listen and understand me?

Courtney: Of course.

Jason: You know I'm brain damaged, right? From the accident?

Courtney: That's what A.J. said, but I -- I just thought he was being cruel. Well, there doesn't seem to be anything wrong with you.

Jason: Yeah, well, I guess I'm -- I guess I'm better now, whatever that means. Anyway -- when I hit my head on the rock, part of my brain just -- just shut down. And when I woke up, I didn't know anything about my life or who I was supposed to be. I didn't -- I didn't understand what it meant when people said they loved me. I didn't belong anywhere or to anyone. Then one night, at Luke's, I -- I lost it and that's where I met Sonny.

Courtney: Tell me about it.

Jason: Well, there was this girl, Keesha, who thought I was her boyfriend and we were supposed to be in love, but I didn't remember anything at all, and she kept telling me, "hey, things are going to be normal, you're going to be normal," and I -- I just couldn't listen anymore and I couldn't take it and I snapped. And I threw a chair across the room and people were there. I left and that's when Sonny followed me out.

Courtney: He felt bad for you?

Jason: No, he didn't feel bad for me and that's exactly my point. Sonny was the first person who treated me like I wasn't some kind of freak. I mean, he treated me like I was an equal who deserved respect. Then a couple of months later, he offered me a job and I took it and I never looked back. Your brother gave me my life and I could never be loyal enough to pay him back.

Courtney: I understand better now. But, Jason, I still don't want you to go to jail, not for Sonny or anybody else.

Jason: I won't.

[Phone rings]

Jason: Yeah?

Sonny: Brenda got arrested. I'm going to arrange for a lawyer, but I think it's best that I stay clear of the cops.

Jason: Yeah, yeah, it's no problem. I'm legally her husband, so I should be the one to go anyway.

Sonny: All right. Don't let her do anything crazy, get herself incriminated.

Jason: Don't worry. I'll take care of it.

Courtney: Is Brenda in trouble?

Jason: Yeah. I got to go.

Courtney: Jason? Thank you, for explaining things.

Jason: Thank you for, you know, trying to understand. Most people wouldn't even listen.

Brenda: I'd like my phone call.

Scott: Well, you'll get it as soon as I book you. I just have to figure out what the charges are.

Brenda: You know what, Scott? Why don't you go out and do your job and find real criminals?

Scott: You got a bit of a temper for a petite little thing. Of course, it was right out there in plain view at the Quartermaines' when you threatened to kill Alcazar.

Taggert: Wait a minute. You heard Ms. Barrett threaten Luis Alcazar in front of witnesses?

Scott: Her exact words were that she could get rid of him because he was never a threat to her.

Taggert: Ooh, ouch. That was a poor choice of words.

Scott: Yeah. She came right out and said Alcazar wasn't a physical threat.

Brenda: You know, I'm sorry. I hate to interrupt your pathetic attempt at acting, but this is a man who led me to believe that I had a fatal illness for four years that I never had. He also gave me drugs to keep me under control, and recently, he kidnapped me so, yeah, he was a little bit of a threat.

Scott: So you hated him, didn't you?

Brenda: Wow, you're great.

Scott: You hated him so much that you came at him with a knife, then he plummeted 14 floors to his death.

Brenda: Listen, you know what, you miserable freak? If you were smart, you would leave me alone!

Summer: So is this what your place looks like when it's open?

Luke: Yeah.

Summer: It's nice.

Luke: Pick that table right over there. Thank you. I'm glad you like it. Make yourself at home and I will be right back.

Damien: Hey, boss.

Luke: Hey, Damien.

Damien: What can I get you?

Luke: A bottle of our best champagne, and then you can clear the joint and go on home.

Damien: But, Luke, the club's been hopping all night.

Luke: Damien, my boy, there are more important things in life than money. Talk to the chef, tell him to stay. Are there any fresh lobsters in the tank?

Damien: You want to close down the club so that you can have lobster?

Luke: Yeah. On second thought, you just talk to the chef. I'll take care of everything.

Damien: If you say so.

Luke: Good night. Good night, good night. Ahem. Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for coming to Luke's. Unfortunately, we're going to have to close.

[Patrons groan]

Luke: That's all right. Now, don't -- don't worry about it. Anything that you've ordered is on the house, and when you come back, there will be free drinks for everybody. It's just -- I know it's inconvenient, but it has to be, so let's --


Luke: Let's move on out, please. Let's -- let's go! Let's go. You can drink that in your car. Let's go, people. Thank you very much for coming. Please come back. Come back anytime.

Woman: What about the food?

Luke: The food -- the food will still be here and we'll -- excuse me. I think we're going to have to -- you have had plenty. Excuse me, miss. Bye! Bunch of animals.

Summer: Really, you are making this a lot more complicated than it needs to be.

Luke: My date, my way.

Alexis: How is she?

Bobbie: Kristina's been examined by a neonatal cardiologist. His name is Dr. Navarro. He's on his way in to go over treatment options.

Dr. Navarro: Alexis Davis?

Alexis: Yes. How's my daughter?

Dr. Navarro: Your daughter has V.S.D. -- ventricular septal defect.

Alexis: What does that mean?

Dr. Navarro: It's a defect that causes unoxygenated blood to mix with the oxygenated, thereby reducing the amount of oxygen being circulated throughout the body. In short, your baby is constantly starving for air. And unless she has immediate surgery, her tissue and organs will continue to be deprived of the oxygen she needs.

Alexis: But she's so tiny. Can she survive surgery?

Dr. Navarro: There's a 60% chance she will.

Alexis: And what if you don't do it?

Dr. Navarro: She'll die.

[Alexis sighs]

Alexis: Can't you -- can you wait till she's a little stronger?

Dr. Navarro: I'm sorry, but waiting isn't an option.

Ned: So you're saying that you think this surgery for Kristina is her only chance.

Dr. Navarro: I'm afraid so.

Ned: We have to allow it.

Alexis: What if something goes wrong?

Ned: Kristina needs this operation to save her life. It's really her only choice. Perform the surgery.

Dr. Navarro: I'll have the consent forms brought in for signature.

Ned: I know it's a terrible decision to make, but it was the only one we could possible make under the circumstances, Alexis.

Alexis: You made the decision, not me. If something happens to Kristina, it's your fault.

Man: Everything all right?

Carly: Yeah, I was just checking.

Man: Look, if I'm making you feel uncomfortable waiting out here in the hall, I'd be happy to move down to the lobby.

Carly: Yeah, well, at least there you could sit. I mean, aren't you getting tired of standing around?

Man: I think I can tough it out.

Carly: You don't have to. Here. Give it a rest, ok?

Man: You know, that's very kind and it is completely unnecessary.

Carly: No, I insist, ok? It was starting to bug me, the thought of you standing out here, so, look, you seem really nice and I'd love to be able to ask you in, give you some coffee while you wait, but --

man: Yeah, but there's no guarantee that I won't abduct you at gunpoint and it's much better to be safe than sorry.

Carly: Something like that.

Man: All right. Thank you.

Carly: I mean, what is so important about that letter that you have to give it to Sonny personally?

Man: Well, I'm sorry. I can't discuss it. Look, I know that must be enormously frustrating for you and I apologize for being so rude.

Carly: You call that rude? You just apologized for not being able to tell me something and you're practically admitting that it's unreasonable.

Man: Oh, it is.

Carly: Ok. You need to stop now because I have reached a point where paranoid male chauvinism seems normal and if you keep reminding me what it's like to deal with a rational man, you're going to knock my equilibrium off balance.

Man: I can assure you, that definitely wasn't my intention.

[Carly chuckles]

Sonny: What is your intention? What are you doing here?

Jax: What's your name?

Officer: Jody.

Jax: Well, Jody, it's been delightful, but I have better things to do with my time than wait for Mr. Baldwin to get here, so are you going to arrest me?

Jody: No.

Jax: All right. Then I'm out of here.

Scott: Jax. Thanks for waiting. You can go. Now, listen, why don't you have a seat? I just want to ask you a couple of questions.

Jax: I can save us both some time -- I know nothing of Luis Alcazar's murder. I was with Brenda all night at the cottage on birch tree lane.

Scott: Ooh, you know, I wouldn't say that -- you'd open yourself up for a perjury charge. You may have been at the cottage, but Brenda wasn't there. See, our forensics people have already placed her at Alcazar's suite. We also have an eyewitness that saw Brenda commit the murder.

Jax: Brenda had nothing to do with Alcazar's murder. Whoever says so is a liar.

Scott: Are you calling your wife a liar?

Jax: Skye is your eyewitness?

Scott: Evidently, she was there, she saw everything, and like a good citizen, she came forward, which is a lucky break for Jason because we were focused on him, but thanks to your bride, now we can go after the real killer.

Taggert: You know, I'm not saying Mr. Alcazar didn't deserve to die. He was a very bad man. He's an arms dealer, he's a cold-blooded killer, and what he did to you is totally unforgivable. Maybe you snapped. It happens. I see people do it all the time. They just keep going and going and then boom -- they can't take it anymore.

[Taggert sighs]

Taggert: You know, Brenda, believe it or not, there are judges and juries out there that will sympathize with a situation like yours, but he is right -- if you want us to help you get out of this situation, you have to admit that you killed him. Whoa, whoa --

Jason: Get the hell away from my wife.

Taggert: Hey, hey! Whoa, whoa, I got it, I got it. I got it. You're still a suspect here, anger boy, all right? So now you turn it down a notch or I'm going to throw your butt back in that lockup.

Jason: Did you ask for a lawyer? They let you make a call?

Brenda: No.

Jason: Well, that's a violation of her rights, Taggert.

Taggert: You'd know, wouldn't you?

Jason: Yeah, I would know, and I know you're trying to railroad Brenda for something she didn't do and that's not going to happen.

Ned: Oh.

Felicia: Oh, hi.

Ned: I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. I wasn't paying attention.

Felicia: I wasn't, either. It's ok.

[Ned sighs]

Felicia: Boy, you look upset.

Ned: No.

Felicia: Is there anything I can do?

Ned: I'm fine. Actually, no, I'm not fine. As you probably know, my daughter was born prematurely, and they just took her into surgery, and they're saying that they're not sure about her chances.

Cameron: I was paged.

Bobbie: Oh, yes, by me. Alexis Davis' baby is in emergency surgery, and Alexis isn't handling it very well. She was violently agitated earlier, and she physically attacked someone. And now the staff does not want to deal with her until she gets a psych evaluation.

Cameron: Well, I'm glad you called me. Where is she now?

Bobbie: Neonatal ICU, just sitting.

Cameron: I'll see what I can do.

Ned: The doctor says that surgery is Kristina's only chance.

Felicia: It sounds like you made the only choice you could.

Ned: Uh-huh. Alexis doesn't think so, though.

Alexis: What are you doing here?

Cameron: Heard your little girl was in surgery.

Alexis: If you came to be supportive, I appreciate it, but I don't need your help right now.

Cameron: Well, I wouldn't be so sure about that, Alexis. Listen to yourself. Your voice is cracking from exhaustion. You're obviously terrified for your little girl. Plus, you're dealing with postpartum hormones.

Alexis: I'm in here waiting to hear if my daughter's going to live or die, and you're telling me it's my hormones? Is that the male excuse for everything?

Cameron: This isn't the time to get into a debate about sexual equality.

Alexis: What do you want, Cameron?

Cameron: The staff is concerned. They're afraid to approach you because they think you might go off and attack them.

Alexis: So you came here to sedate me?

Cameron: It might be a good idea. You pushed yourself to the brink of collapse. You need to sleep.

Alexis: I can't sleep. I don't want to sleep. And if I fall asleep by accident, I dream.

Cameron: About?

Alexis: Kristina.

Cameron: Your baby?

Alexis: My sister.

Sonny: I get a call from my wife, informing me that a stranger has planted himself in my hall and he refuses to leave. What am I supposed to think?

Man: My apologies, Mr. Corinthos. I didn't mean to make Mrs. Corinthos feel so uncomfortable.

Carly: You didn't.

Sonny: Sweetheart, can you give us a minute?

Carly: Sure. It was nice to meet you.

Man: Yeah. The pleasure was all mine.

Sonny: Ok, I don't care who you are or what you think is so important. But I don't want you showing up to my home uninvited.

Man: I meant no disrespect.

Sonny: Ok, approaching my wife, knocking on my door -- it's unacceptable.

Man: I understand. And I appreciate your agreeing to meet with me, despite my mistake.

Sonny: What's this letter that you --

man: It's from Octavo Morales, your business partner in Puerto Rico.

Sonny: This is a letter of recommendation.

Man: I very much would like to come work for you.

Jason: They're bluffing. The police can't do anything to you without proof.

Taggert: We got your wife's fingerprints all over the murder weapon that killed Mr. Alcazar.

Jason: What are you talking about? A couple of hours ago, you were convinced I did it. You were wrong about that. You just going to bring everybody in that --

Taggert: We know exactly how you fit in. You were already at the building because you planned to kill Mr. Alcazar yourself. But Brenda beat you to it. So you tried to remove her from the crime scene, which makes you an accessory after the fact. Looks to me like both Mr. And Mrs. Morgan are going to go down for this. The only thing left to decide is, what are the charges going to be? Now, you cooperate with us, and we'll be looking at voluntary manslaughter and aiding and abetting. But you keep looking at me with that stupid look on your face and stonewalling me, we'll be looking at conspiracy and murder one. All right? Now, in case you're wondering, the difference is about 15 to 20 years of your lives.

Brenda: All right, look. Jason absolutely did not do anything.

Jason: Hold -- hold on. I want to talk with my wife alone.

Taggert: I'll give you one minute. But I want you to think about something. She's not a pro, like you, all right? She's an ordinary citizen who doesn't kill people for a living. Now, the guilt is going to rip her apart. In case you haven't noticed, it already has. Now, you want to help her, get her to cooperate with us.

[Brenda sighs]

Jason: What did you tell them?

Brenda: Nothing.

Jason: Good. Keep doing that.

Ned: Alexis needs my help, and I just don't know how to give it to her. It's as if she's gone to a place in her head where nothing exists except her and Kristina. And I can't reach her.

Felicia: When Maxie was waiting for a heart transplant and there was a chance that she could die any minute, I lived in a state of constant terror. Most of the time, I was able to be pretty rational, but there were days that I just completely choked on anger and blame. I hated everybody. I hated the doctors for not being able to find a cure for my little girl. I hated myself for letting her get sick in the first place. And I hated Frisco for not being there. But then he showed up. I understand now that that was all about fear. And what I can tell you now is hatred in the face of love can't sustain itself. I have a feeling that one day Alexis is going to turn around and she's going to really need you, Ned.

Ned: Thank you. Thank you.

Alexis: I'm not interested in a therapy session right now.

Cameron: Well, here's the bottom line, Alexis. Either you show me you got yourself under some semblance of control, or you're going to be banned from the neonatal unit. Is that what you want?

Alexis: You're blackmailing me.

Cameron: Yeah. So tell me about the dreams.

Alexis: The first one was -- Kristina, my sister, was holding my baby, and she took her into a bright light, and I didn't want her to take her there and I couldn't stop her.

Cameron: Go on.

Alexis: The second one was when I was standing over Alcazar's dead body, telling him about how much I hate him, and my sister told me to let it go. And I can save you your psychobabble about my dream because what it means is that I miss my sister and I'm afraid of losing my baby. So do you see how -- how rational and analytical I can be?

Cameron: Maybe, but you're no psychiatrist. What if the second dream is exactly what it seems to be -- a way of telling you to let go. Stop looking for somebody to blame, be it Luis Alcazar or yourself.

Alexis: I will always appreciate what you did for me in the park. But I don't want to be psychoanalyzed right now. Would you please just leave me in peace?

Cameron: All right. By the way, when I came in, you were staring at something on your wrist. What was that?

Alexis: It's the hospital bracelets they give to the mother to match with the baby. It's proof that I'm the mother, and that way, no one can take her. Just me.

Sonny: So you're a lawyer?

Man: Harvard law, class of 1995. I was on the law review and I finished fifth in my class.

Sonny: Well, that would be easy to disprove if it's not true.

Man: Feel free to conduct a thorough investigation. I'd expect nothing less. But you'll find that I am who I claim to be.

Sonny: Why do you want to work for me?

Man: You control the third-largest territory on the eastern seaboard, including the largest major harbor within 100 miles of the Canadian border. You also have major holdings in Puerto Rico, and you're branching out into Miami. You're a rich and powerful man who is positioned to become more of both. Well, someone who can help you achieve those goals would by extension become rich and powerful, too.

Sonny: How do you see yourself of value to me?

Man: You need a lawyer. Alexis Davis has turned against you publicly, and now she'll tell anybody who will listen that you are connected with organized crime. Now, that cannot be good for business. I can help you lower your current profile and start representing you as a legitimate business man.

Sonny: Whoa, whoa -- I am a legitimate business man. If you think differently, then you've been misinformed. Now, your resume is very impressive. However, I don't need legal representation at this time.

Man: I'm sorry to hear that. I hope that you would hold on to my references in case the situation ever changes.

Sonny: Now, this letter talks about you working for Morales and your law degree and everything, but it doesn't mention what you've been doing since the year 2000.

Man: I've been attending business school.

Sonny: Harvard again?

Man: Stanford, actually. I'd be happy to have them send the transcripts over in case you change your mind.

Sonny: One more thing there, Ric. Don't ever show up here again unless you're asked.

Jason: They can't record our conversations in here. It's illegal. Besides, we're husband and wife. Anything we say to each other is inadmissible in court. Ok? So you need to tell me what's going on. You said you were about to leave the country with Jax.

Brenda: Yeah, that was before I found out you were arrested.

Jason: But why was Jax going to take you away?

Brenda: Jax didn't do this.

Jason: No, Brenda -- you need to talk to me, ok? Because like it or not, we're in this together. Your prints are on that knife, and someone saw me on Alcazar's floor at the hotel and that means conspiracy. It can't matter that we don't like each other. We need to find a -- we need to find a way to trust each other enough to be honest. Can you do that?

Brenda: Yeah, I can do that. Can you?

Jason: Yes, I can.

Brenda: Well, go for it, then.

Jason: Fine. I was -- I was going to kill Alcazar. Now it's your turn.

Brenda: Believe it or not, I already told you everything.

Jason: You didn't tell me why Jax wanted to take you out of the country.

Brenda: Jax did not do this.

Jason: He was there, wasn't he? Brenda --

Brenda: Look --

Jason: Brenda, I just -- I need you to tell me the truth, because we both could go to prison. What?

Brenda: He was there. He was in Luis' suite.

Summer: Mmm. The meal is incredible. This cake is heaven.

Luke: I'll convey your compliments to my multitalented chef.

Summer: What else does he do?

Luke: He plays a pretty good sax. On Tuesday nights, I let him sit in with the jam session in return for his culinary expertise the rest of the week.

Summer: You like working things, don't you? Making arrangements, finding angles.

Luke: Why do you say that?

Summer: Well, you have a chef with a yen to be a musician, a call girl that you insist on taking to dinner. Just nothing really predictable or straight line about you.

Luke: Thank you for noticing that. Here's to you, a beautiful, astute, vibrant young woman. You're hardly what I expected at this stage in my life, but you are certainly welcome company.

Summer: Well, you paid for my company. And my services. It's only fair that you get your money's worth. Is there a room that you'd like to take me to?

Luke: I didn't pay you for sex.

Summer: You seem like a nice man, Luke, but I have no desire to be your friend. You're a job to me.

Luke: I just want a dance.

Summer: You want a dance?

Luke: Is that outside the boundaries of our agreement?

Summer: Well, ok.

Luke: Ok. Would you -- would you take your hair down for me?

Summer: Yeah.

Luke: Perfect. Perfect.

[Music plays]

Luke: Dance with me, Laura.

Carly: Sonny? Is that guy gone?

Sonny: Yeah. What's wrong?

Carly: I was watching TV.

Sonny: Right.

Carly: It's all over the news. Brenda's been arrested. The police say they've got conclusive evidence.

Sonny: They're wrong.

Carly: I know that's what you want to believe, but the reports sound like it's pretty convincing.

Sonny: I don't give a damn if Brenda killed Alcazar or not. He deserved to die. She's not going to prison for it.

Carly: Then how are you going to stop that?

Sonny: I'll figure out a way.

Brenda: Jax came to the hotel looking for me. When he got to the suite, Luis was already dead.

Jason: How do you know?

Brenda: Because he told me. He found my bracelet, he took it, he was just trying to protect me.

Jason: Look, Jax is recovered, ok? He could've shoved Alcazar off that balcony.

Scott: Well, looks like the Morgan's are having a little squabble.

Taggert: I think Brenda was about to confess when Jason showed up.

Scott: Well, personally, I hope they don't cooperate, because the evidence we got on them, Skye's eyewitness testimony, I can get a first-degree conviction on these two. Wouldn't that look good on my resume?

Brenda: He's innocent.

Jason: What if you're wrong?

Brenda: What?

Jason: What if you're wrong? Alcazar shot -- he shot Jax. Revenge is a good motive for murder.

Brenda: Ok, you know what? I'm done talking about Jax. Here's the thing -- if you say one thing to the police about Jax, I will say that I killed him myself. And I'll say you helped me.

Jason: See, now, I believe that you would confess to save Jax, but you're not going to frame me no matter how much you hate me.

Brenda: What's the plan?

Jason: Rule number one -- neither of us confesses to anything.

Brenda: No, rule number one is that you don't say anything to the police about Jax, and then we do whatever they say.

Jason: Ok, that's fine for now, ok? But without another suspect, your prints on that knife make us look really bad. So think hard, ok? Did you see anyone? Did you hear anything? If there's something else --

Brenda: What?

Jason: If Jax didn't kill Alcazar, I think I know who did.

Jax: You vindictive snake.

Skye: Well, well. What brings my loving husband home, hmm?

Jax: You told the police that Brenda murdered Alcazar. Now you're going to tell them that you lied.

Skye: No way in hell.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Summer: So what's next?

A.J.: I will handle my end. You make sure you handle yours.

Carly: Are you saying that the only way to save Jason is to save Brenda, too?

Skye: I was watching from the bedroom in Alcazar's suite where we just had sex.

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