GH Transcript Thursday 12/5/02

 

General Hospital Transcript Thursday 12/5/02

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>> Previously on "General Hospital" --

Summer: I am whoever somebody pays me to be.

Luke: I'd like another date.

Ric: I applied for a position at Corinthos-Morgan imports.

Carly: Really? As what?

Ric: Business attorney and financial advisor.

Sonny: I'll handle Baldwin. Don't say anything that's going to hurt you.

Brenda: I understand.

Sonny: Can't trust anybody.

Courtney: I'd like to do something to thank you. Would you come by for dinner tomorrow?

Jason: Yeah, sounds good.

Luke: If you're from Louisiana, you got to come in here on Tuesday night. We've got a Cajun blues band in here that will blow your mind.

Man: Thank you. I'll be there.

Luke: All right. I'll buy you a drink if I see you.

Lucky: Well, look at you. You look like you're in a good mood.

Luke: I'm feeling a little better.

Lucky: Yeah? Any particular reason?

Luke: Well, I've run out of things to burn and wreck and destroy, so I figured maybe it's time I reacquainted myself with some of the finer things in life, like single-malt scotch and the blues.

Lucky: Thank you. That's it? Nothing else happen?

Luke: What could've happened? You're the one who told me to get on with my life. That's what I'm trying to do. Are you complaining?

Lucky: No. No complaints. Just a few questions.

Luke: We'll here's your answer. The old boy decided to rejoin the living.

Lucky: Here's to that.

Lucky: It's kind of funny, though, dad. Last I heard, you were chasing some mystery woman around the park. Did you ever find her? Is that what this is all about?

Elizabeth: Oh, it's always the sweet and innocent ones you have to watch out for.

Courtney: Elizabeth.

Elizabeth: Your apartment needs more kitchenware?

Courtney: No, I'm making dinner for Jason.

Elizabeth: Really?

Courtney: To thank him for all of his help. Listen, I was just going to keep these overnight. I'll bring them back in the morning, I promise.

Elizabeth: I was just kidding.

Courtney: There goes my idea to forget this pot.

Elizabeth: I can see why you're so grateful to Jason.

Courtney: I just -- I don't want you to think that I'm moving in on him or something.

Elizabeth: No, don't -- no, don't worry about it. Jason and I -- we're over. It's not like we ever really started, so -- look, if this turns into something more between the two of you, then that's great, Courtney, and I really mean it.

Courtney: Thanks.

A.J.: Courtney. What's all this for?

Jason: The contractor wants to reinforce the foundation of the warehouse, and he says since we're rebuilding, now's the time to do it.

Sonny: At any cost?

Jason: Well, he says it's included in the budget. But if it's an added cost, I don't see how it can be. I'm going to talk to him.

Sonny: Ok, drop the estimates off at my office tonight. We need to do this as soon as possible.

Jason: Yeah, I'll have someone take them over. I got plans tonight.

Sonny: Oh. You know what? Don't even worry about it because I got to get to the office anyway. I got some things I got to do.

Carly: Hey, Jason?

Jason: Yeah?

Carly: You promised to take a look at the broken transformer on Michael's train set?

Sonny: All right, sweetie, I'll see you.

Carly: Ok, sweetie. Bye.

Sonny: Bye.

Carly: Ow. So, your plans must be pretty important, huh?

Jason: Maybe.

Carly: So, what are your plans? Or should I say "who"?

Brenda: It happened exactly the way I told you.

Man: I'm only trying to fill in the gaps, Ms. Barrett. Exactly where was Mr. Alcazar in the room when you left?

Jax: How soon can you have her out of here?

Sonny: Listen, I don't need an attorney. I already told you that. Thank you very much, anyway. You can go. I told you that Jason was going to take care of this.

Jax: Listen, any employee of his has one agenda -- what's best for Sonny.

Sonny: Yeah, well, I've already decided to meet with him.

Jax: Well, I've already sent him away, so --

man: We're facing a much larger issue here.

Jax: What's that?

Man: Unless Ms. Barrett can tell me a little more about the night of the murder, we've got almost nothing to base her defense on.

Brenda: I've already told you exactly the way it happened. There's nothing else to tell.

Man: Well, then, we should discuss a plea bargain.

Jax: Absolutely not.

Man: Look, Mr. Jacks, all the evidence points to Ms. Barrett -- fingerprints on the knife Luis Alcazar was stabbed with, a witness who saw her do it, Ms. Barrett's statement to the D.A. Confessing that she went after Alcazar with a knife.

Jax: She didn't do it.

Man: That may be --

Jax: Listen, you're being paid to defend Brenda, ok? So let's get her out of here so the police can concentrate on who really killed Alcazar.

Man: It's obvious that the police aren't looking for any other suspects.

Jax: Either way, Brenda's walking out of here today.

Jax: You got to let Brenda go.

Scott: What's the matter? Did I ruin your big reunion?

Jax: She didn't kill Alcazar, and you know it.

Scott: Well, there's this pesky stuff called evidence.

Jax: Oh, that's right -- your eyewitness, Skye, yeah. She's lying. She didn't see Brenda kill Alcazar.

Scott: Well, she said she did.

Jax: Listen to me. Skye's out for revenge, ok? She's trying to get at me by putting Brenda in jail. It's payback for my leaving her.

Scott: Oh -- I'm not interested in your domestic problems.

Jax: Well, you should be because that's why she's lying.

Scott: Brenda's fingerprints are on the knife. She admitted on tape charging him with the knife, which is as good as confessing to it.

Jax: The knife didn't kill Alcazar. The fall did.

Scott: Well, Brenda's guilty, and I'm going after her.

Lucky: What about this woman from the accident? You found her?

Luke: I stopped looking. They say time heals all wounds, so I guess we're going to find out if that's true or not.

Lucky: I just want you to be ok, Dad.

Luke: I'm doing what I can. I think about what happened to your mother every day. I go over it and over it in my mind. I try to figure out -- I'm learning to live with the confusion.

Lucky: Well, I was -- I was worried about you, you know. Burning down the cop shop -- that was over the top, even for you. If you've found a way to deal with this downward spiral, I'm glad for you.

Luke: Everything I do is about Laura.

Lucky: Take care of yourself, Dad.

Luke: I do what I can. See you. Let me get you guys another drink here. Take that. Already made. You're drinking scotch, aren't you?

Summer: I'm ready for our date.

Carly: Well, I guess it can't be about business because you don't do anything without Sonny knowing.

Jason: You got a screwdriver?

Carly: It's in the tool kit. Maybe it's about Brenda. Is it Brenda? Nah. She's in jail for murder, poor baby, and I can't really see you rushing down to the wifey for visiting hours.

Jason: This is just a little loose right -- you have pliers?

Carly: In the kit. Maybe it's about your family. Could it be? I don't know. Nah. Because you know what? They drive you bonkers, and the only one who doesn't is Lila. She'd only drag you over for a holiday, right?

Jason: Right. You know what?

Carly: Hmm?

Jason: This thing was just loose. This is fixed. But these -- these wheels here on the engine are a little bent.

Carly: Well, Michael bent them. Will you not change the subject?

Jason: No, I thought I was here to fix this train set.

Carly: Ah -- Elizabeth? Is it about Elizabeth? Tell me. No. Nah. She walked out on you. You didn't really care for her, did you? Thank goodness. Anyway, I'm thinking you have a date. A date, yeah, with someone nice and fun --

Jason: You know what? I'm done.

Carly: Someone we both like --

Jason: I'm done.

Carly: What? No, come on, just admit it.

Jason: No, I got to go, ok?

Carly: You got a date. Come on, admit it, Jason Morgan.

Jason: No, I don't!

Carly: Yes, you do. Jason, this is the first time you've ever lied to me in your entire life.

A.J.: So, what, are you throwing a party or something?

Courtney: Not -- not exactly.

Elizabeth: My grandmother's church is having a bake sale, and I said I'd bake something, and Courtney offered to help. I really appreciate it. Thank you.

Courtney: My pleasure.

Elizabeth: Mm-hmm.

A.J.: It's nice of you. I'm not surprised. I mean, you're always ready to help people who need it. Truth is -- I need you, Courtney.

Courtney: We've been over this, A.J.

A.J.: I know. I received the divorce papers today. I just sat there, just staring at them for hours.

Courtney: Well, it can't be a surprise. I told you I couldn't be married to you anymore.

A.J.: I realize that I brought our marriage to this point, and I am so sorry.

Courtney: Ok, it's done. There's no going back.

A.J.: I said -- I said things out of anger. We both did. But that doesn't mean we have to act on it. You know, if we just -- if we just stop and think --

Courtney: No, I've thought about it, A.J. God, you used me and you hurt me. Our --

A.J.: Courtney, our marriage -- look, I made some huge mistakes --

Courtney: Our marriage is over! Ok, look. I don't want to make this hard for you. And this case -- it can be settled quickly since I'm not asking for any kind of settlement or alimony, even though this is a community property state --

A.J.: Listen to you. I mean, those are lawyers speaking, ok? They're telling you what to say, what to think.

Courtney: I made this decision on my own.

A.J.: You are the one who told me that -- that marriage is about forgiveness and trying again. I am committed to you, Courtney. No matter what I've done or what people have told you, I love you. I love you more than I have loved anyone. And that's real. I can't fake it. I love you. I just -- please, tell me you believe me. That's all.

Courtney: Yes, I believe that you love me as much as you can, but --

A.J.: We don't have to get a divorce. It's not too late.

Courtney: You haven't even asked me if I love you anymore.

A.J.: All we have to do, Courtney, is try. That's all.

Courtney: You haven't asked me how I felt because you don't care.

A.J.: I do.

Courtney: See, you say that, but it's just empty words.

A.J.: I still love you.

Courtney: Whatever your version of love is. Yeah, ok, I know that it changed somewhere along the way. But right after we got married, you were ready to trade me for your son. You lied to me, A.J., and tricked me.

A.J.: Look, that's the past. We should be focusing on the future.

Courtney: A.J., I don't want to hear any more. You know, I never thought of myself as someone who would get divorced. But then I never imagined myself being married to man who would do the things that you've done.

A.J.: Just give me one more chance. One more.

Courtney: No, I've given you enough of my life, and now I want it back. Sign the papers.

Elizabeth: Another package came for you.

Ric: And where is it?

Elizabeth: Behind the counter. I didn't want to take it upstairs because I'm not real big on getting yelled at for doing absolutely nothing wrong.

Ric: Well, you certainly were in a hurry to tell Mrs. Corinthos about all the research I was doing on her husband.

Elizabeth: Yes, I told Carly, and I'm not apologizing for it. Sonny's been a friend of mine for a very long time.

Ric: You did me an enormous favor.

Summer: Are we going dancing again?

Luke: Yes, we are, but not here.

Summer: Oh. Oh, ok. Your place?

Luke: Oh, no, I wouldn't take you to that dump.

Summer: Well, I have a feeling you have something very special planned.

Luke: From me, about as special as it gets.

Summer: So, what are we doing?

Luke: How do you feel about breaking and entering?

Sonny: Ok, what I need you to do is work the numbers on the shipment coming in. Send them over to my place because I'm going to the PCPD --

Jax: Stay away from Brenda.

Sonny: I'll call you later.

Jax: She doesn't need your help, Sonny.

Sonny: Why, because you've done such a good job so far? Ever since your big reunion, she's been arrested for murder. Why is that? You don't even know if she's guilty or not, do you?

Jax: What did she tell you?

Sonny: Well, that she wants Jason to help her. That's her husband now. It's his responsibility, not yours.

Jax: Jason's Brenda's husband on your orders. He doesn't give a damn about her, and Baldwin's out for blood.

Sonny: Ok, you know what? I don't want you going in there stirring things up. I don't want her saying anything else.

Jax: Anything else that might incriminate you? That's what this is all about, isn't it? Scott wants Brenda for murder so he can nail you and Jason as co-conspirators.

Sonny: I'll handle Baldwin.

Jax: She's been charged with murder because of you.

Taggert: Sir, I closed the case as per your orders.

Scott: Good. It's over.

Taggert: No, not quite. My men found some new evidence.

Scott: What's on it?

Taggert: Got some tourist taping the relatives in the lobby of the hotel the night of the murder. We've got Jax in the background. The time/date display clearly indicates he was there at the time of the murder.

Scott: That doesn't prove a thing.

Taggert: Wait -- Jax had motive, means, and opportunity. That makes him a suspect. It also explains why he's so sure Brenda didn't do it.

Scott: Brenda's fingerprints are on the knife.

Taggert: The person who is the murderer shoved him off the terrace.

Scott: You know, you're right. It's worth taking a little peek. Good work, Taggert.

Taggert: Thank you. I'll go book this in evidence.

Scott: Wait. Here, give it to me. I'll take a look at it, then I'll drop it off.

Taggert: Oh, no, we can go look at it right now. The machine's over there.

Scott: I got things to do right now, and so do you. I need some more evidence that links Jason and Sonny to Brenda. She's still our number one suspect.

Taggert: Ok.

Jax: Brenda's been charged for murder because Baldwin can't get you any other way. Isn't that right, Sonny?

Sonny: Skye is the eyewitness. She claims she saw Brenda kill Alcazar.

Jax: Yeah, but Baldwin jumped at it because it's his way to get at you.

Sonny: Don't -- don't shift the blame. You betrayed your wife. Now she's looking for revenge.

Jax: No.

Sonny: You know why Brenda's in jail? Because you broke your vows. You have no honor. You shoved Brenda in your wife's face. What is she supposed to do, wish you all the best? You want to know who to blame? Look in a mirror.

Jax: Oh, you have no idea what's going on here. Just stay away from her. Stay away from Brenda. I will take care of this, ok?

Sonny: And how are you going to do that, Jax?

Jax: It's none of your business.

Ric: You know, believe it or not, you actually helped me by going to Carly.

Elizabeth: And telling her that you're documenting her husband's life? She didn't exactly seem thrilled about it.

Ric: I was drawing up a business proposal. Carly brought it to Sonny, and he seemed quite receptive to the idea. So I actually owe you a debt of thanks.

Elizabeth: Well, so glad I could help.

Ric: Corporate restructuring. You know, in case you wanted to ask. My proposal to Sonny was -- it was a business plan on how to run his organization more efficiently.

Elizabeth: A business plan?

Ric: You sound disappointed.

Elizabeth: You don't strike me as the corporate type.

Ric: Oh. Well, actually, I'm a lawyer. What, you thought I was in a much more exciting line of work?

Elizabeth: Why would a lawyer be staying in a rented room above a restaurant?

Ric: You like asking questions, don't you?

Elizabeth: Skip it. You want to be a man of mystery? Fine by me.

Ric: No. I don't know how long I'm staying in Port Charles. Just all depends on what opportunities arise.

Elizabeth: Opportunities with Sonny.

Ric: The truth is I came here to help him. I'm trying to land him as a client.

Lucky: Hey, Elizabeth.

Elizabeth: Lucky. Oh, I want you to meet our newest boarder, Ric.

Ric: Hi.

Lucky: Hey, what's happening, Ric?

[Phone rings]

Ric: Excuse me a second.

Lucky: Yeah, no problem.

Ric: Hello.

Sonny: Yeah, it's Sonny. I need to meet with you.

Ric: When?

Sonny: Now. I may be able to use you after all.

Summer: Would you like to tell me why we're breaking into a department store?

Luke: I prefer shopping without the annoyances of other customers.

Summer: Because, you know, if you're one of these guys that's into breaking the law for kicks, I got to say I -- I should pass because I'm really not into getting busted.

Luke: You won't be.

Summer: We're shoplifting dresses? Because, no, that's a bad idea. The cops would definitely see us leaving. It's --

Luke: It doesn't matter if they do. I've done everything but put a bullet in the D.A.'s head. I can't get arrested in this town.

Summer: What does that mean?

Luke: I told you -- I've been going through a rough patch.

Summer: Yeah, with your wife.

Luke: This is it. This is the one.

Summer: Ok.

Luke: Put it on.

Summer: We break into a department store, and now you want me to try on dresses for you?

Luke: Yeah.

Summer: Well, it's a first.

Luke: Dressing rooms are right over there.

Summer: You're the boss.

Luke: What are you doing?

Summer: Well, I mean, no offense, but this one's not exactly my style.

Luke: It has to be that one!

Summer: Whoa. Ok. I mean, why? What is it, like, the color you like, the neckline?

Luke: Just put it on. We'll have a good time.

Courtney: Oh. Why am I so nervous? There's no reason to be, right, Rosie? I mean, it's just Jason. It's not like we haven't spent time together before. Of course, this time it is different. He's not protecting me from anyone or -- or guarding me or saving me. I mean, Jason's seen me working at a strip club and -- and crying my eyes out in a pink Cinderella dress. But this is the first time he's just going to see plain me. Oh, boy. Hey, it's a thank-you dinner, right? Right? Oh, I'm sorry I have to send you up to Mrs. La rosa's, but it would kind of break the mood if you started barking right in the middle of dinner. Come on, let's go. Hi.

Jason: Hi.

Elizabeth: So, how's your dad?

Lucky: I'm not sure.

Elizabeth: Well, I haven't read in the papers about him being arrested or some building burning down, so I assume he's feeling better.

Lucky: Yeah, according to him.

Elizabeth: You're not so sure?

Lucky: Yeah.

Elizabeth: What's bothering you, Lucky?

Lucky: Nothing.

Elizabeth: Come on, your dad is feeling better. You should be happy for him, and you're not. So, what's the problem? Is he drinking again?

Lucky: No. At least not more than usual.

Elizabeth: Is he mad at you? Is he not speaking with you?

Lucky: No. It's nothing like that.

Elizabeth: Lucky, whatever it is, you can tell me.

Lucky: I think his turn for the better is because of a woman.

Elizabeth: A woman?

Lucky: Somebody he's been seeing. I probably should just be really happy for him and glad or whatever. It's just part of me can't help but wonder how he could do that to my mom.

Summer: What do you think?

Luke: I think yes.

Summer: You clean up pretty good yourself.

Luke: Shh. Just let me look at you.

Summer: Sure.

Luke: Good. Excellent even.

[Music plays]

Luke: Let's dance.

Summer: Why not?

Summer: Has anybody ever told you that you are a terrific dancer?

Luke: Yes. Someone did.

Jason: Smells good.

Courtney: It's enticing.

Jason: What?

Courtney: Enticing -- it's a new perfume.

Jason: Oh, I meant dinner. But that smells nice, too.

Courtney: Thanks. Dinner's not quite finished yet, but I made an appetizer. Vegetable pate.

Jason: So, is cooking a hobby for you?

Courtney: Yeah. Well, I've -- I've been cooking dinner since I was a kid. My mom -- she used to work late, and she'd come home exhausted. So I'd always whip up something easy, like macaroni and cheese or a microwave dinner. But on special occasions, I would take out the cookbook and -- and I'd make something nice, which is what I did tonight.

Jason: You need some help?

Courtney: No, I can handle it. But if you want to light the candles -- you know, you've -- you've done so much for me. Tonight is about me doing something for you.

Courtney: Here.

Jason: Here, I'll take that for you.

Courtney: Oh -- oh! Oh, no! Watch out, watch out. What a mess. Oh, my God.

Jason: No, no, it's --

Courtney: Oh.

Jason: It's ok. It's -- it's all right.

Courtney: I'm sorry.

Jason: For what?

Courtney: Oh -- for our dinner getting off to a rocky start.

Jason: It's going to be ok. It's going to be just fine.

Courtney: Well, do you like chicken pot pie? It's my grandmother's recipe.

Jason: Yeah.

[Bell rings]

Courtney: Um, I -- I got to get that. Yeah.

[Knock on door]

Carly: Hey, Marco, who is it?

Marco: There's a visitor for Mr. Corinthos.

Ric: Thank you. Well, well, well. Hello again.

Carly: Hey.

Ric: How's the foot?

Carly: It's fine. Hey, you know what? You can't be here when Sonny gets back. He didn't want to hire you. He means it.

Ric: Oh, really?

Carly: Drop your charming personality act, ok? It's not going to get anywhere with me and it's certainly not going to get anywhere with Sonny.

[Door opens]

Sonny: Good, you're here. We have business to discuss.

Man: I set a bail hearing for tomorrow morning.

Jax: Well, that's a start.

Man: It may not work. I tell you, that D.A. Baldwin is probably going to argue that Ms. Barrett's a flight risk.

Jax: Well, you make it work.

Man: I'll do my best.

Jax: I'll Get you out of here soon.

Brenda: God, Jax. You promised me you were going to stay away from here.

Jax: I'm not going to let you go through this alone.

Brenda: I'm not alone. I am fine. Jason can handle this.

Jax: No, he can't.

Brenda: Yes, he can. This is what he does. This is his thing. Look, everything -- everything is fine. I'm ok. I'm going to be out of here really soon.

Jax: The reason you're in here is because of Sonny and Jason.

Brenda: No. The reason I am in here is because the police found real evidence against me.

Jax: Yes, and Baldwin will exploit that, ok? He's using you to go after Sonny. Do you understand that?

Brenda: It's not going to happen.

Jax: Ok. I know that Sonny told you that everything will be ok, that if you just kept your mouth shut, there wouldn't be enough evidence. But Baldwin is not going to let this go, ok?

Brenda: Oh, Baldwin --

Jax: If he doesn't have something on you, he will make it up, Brenda.

Brenda: Baldwin can't get away with that.

Jax: Well, I'm telling you that's what's going to happen. He's so desperate to go after Sonny. Now, whether or not he succeeds, you're still going to take the fall for this.

Brenda: Ok. You go home, all right, because -- it's hard for you to understand right now, but everything is really going to be fine. I promise. I am going to be all right.

Jax: It's not all right for you to do time for Sonny and Jason. I am not going to let that happen.

Luke: Champagne?

Summer: I never pass up a glass of bubbly.

Luke: Only the best for my lady.

Luke: To our night.

Summer: I'll drink to that.

Luke: No, no. You say "to our night" back at me.

Summer: You and your wife did this? Dancing to the music and having the champagne and caviar?

Luke: Don't talk about it or it won't happen.

Summer: You know what? I -- I don't know how to say this, but you're not going to get it all back just by making me wear the same dress and say the same words. It's -- it's not a romantic fantasy.

Luke: I'm paying you not to screw this up. Do I have to find someone else?

Summer: What was the line again? "To our night"?

Luke: "To our night," and say it like you mean it.

Summer: Ok. It's kind of weird.

Luke: Just say the words. How hard can that be?

Jason: So your mom would come home late from work, you say?

Courtney: Yeah. She was a dealer at the blackjack tables. I told you we lived in Atlantic city, right?

Jason: Yeah.

Courtney: Well, when I was little, she wouldn't let me come to the casino. But later she would let me stop by sometimes and sit with her on her break.

Jason: Do you like to gamble?

Courtney: Uh-uh. No way. I'd see guys lose hundreds, thousands of dollars, and it just seemed like such a waste. Did you want more salad?

Jason: Hmm -- no, no, I'm fine. This was great, thanks.

Courtney: Anyway, well, we'd sit there, and my mom would whisper, "look at these losers. You know, they put down all their money and it disappears and they never learn, just like your father. Don't ever let your life end up this way, Courtney." She was pretty bitter about Dad. God, listen to me. I've practically told you my whole life history.

Jason: I like listening.

Courtney: Well, you're good at it. But now it's your turn to talk.

Jason: About what?

Courtney: I don't know. Something that you care about, like your motorcycle. Have you always been into motorcycles?

Jason: My motorcycle -- well, it was the first thing I've ever bought myself, yes.

Courtney: Well, tell me.

Jason: Well, unfortunately, I was staying at the Quartermaines' and I needed to get into town to meet Sonny, so I took one of their cars. The Quartermaines had the cops bring me back home, and then Edward said I was incompetent and I will never take another car again, so I just went out and bought myself a motorcycle.

Courtney: Just like that?

Jason: Pretty much.

Courtney: Do you know a lot about motorcycles? Like how to repair them and stuff?

Jason: Well, I -- I taught myself, and I used to own a motorcycle shop.

Courtney: Really?

Jason: Yeah.

Courtney: How come you don't have it anymore?

Jason: Sonny came back.

Courtney: Yeah, but if -- if you love motorcycles --

Jason: Well, actually, it burned down, but I had already quit because I wanted to go back to work for Sonny.

Courtney: Oh. Oh, my God.

Jason: What?

Courtney: I can't believe it. I forgot the garlic bread.

Jason: No, no, it's ok --

Courtney: No, no, it's in the oven. Don't move.

Jason: Oh --

Courtney: Oh, my -- oh, Jason -- I'm so sorry. I'm -- I'm sorry.

Jason: No, no, it's ok.

Courtney: I'm such a klutz tonight. I'm not usually like this when I'm cooking.

Jason: No, no, fine.

Courtney: I don't know what's wrong with me.

Carly: I thought you weren't interested -- excuse me -- in Ric's business proposal.

Sonny: I just -- I got something to discuss with -- with Ric alone.

Carly: I read the business proposal. It's not like it's some big, dark secret.

Sonny: It's all right, Carly.

Carly: Fine. I'll make a sandwich.

Ric: I'm glad you called, Mr. Corinthos. How could I be of help?

Sonny: I've got a job for you. It has to be done with discretion. If you're successful, we'll talk about your future. If you get caught, then you're on your own. We never had this discussion.

Ric: I understand. Who am I going after?

Brenda: Sonny's not going to let me go to prison for him.

Jax: I'm the reason you're in this mess.

Brenda: No, you're not.

Jax: Yes, I am. Skye claimed that she saw you kill Alcazar because she's out for revenge against me.

Brenda: Yeah, but you couldn't have stopped her.

Jax: Maybe I could've gone about this differently, this -- this whole thing, you know?

Brenda: How? How? By -- by not leaving her? I don't have any regrets. I'm not sorry I was with you.

Jax: I'm not sorry, either. But I'm still responsible.

Brenda: No, you're not responsible. I'm responsible for this. This is my fault. I did go after him with a knife. I tried to stab him. That's the truth. I have no one to blame but myself.

Jax: You shouldn't be here, Brenda.

Brenda: Well, I'm going to be out of here really soon.

Jax: No, you're getting out of here right now.

Brenda: What do you mean? Jax --

Jax: I'm not going to let this go on a minute longer.

Brenda: Jax, no -- what -- what are you going to do?

Scott: Sandwich, medium rare, all right? No fries.

Jax: I'm ready to tell you how I know Brenda's innocent.

Scott: Go ahead.

Jax: Because I did it. I killed Alcazar.

>> On the next "General Hospital" -- 

Summer: What is it that I'm doing wrong?

Luke: Everything.

Sonny: I want you to go after the D.A., Scotty Baldwin.

Scott: Nah, come on. The only killing you've ever done is in the stock market.

Mac: Have you ever been so drunk that you can't remember what you've done?

Jason: I don't want to stop --

Courtney: Neither do I, Jason.

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