General Hospital Transcript Monday 1/27/03
Proofread by Kathy
>> Previously on "General Hospital" --
Summer: I'm sorry, I can't do this.
Faith: It went just as we planned.
Edward: Well done, my dear.
Ric: You said on the phone that you knew that Brenda Barrett and Jason Morgan were innocent. How?
Woman: Because I'm the killer.
Forewoman: The jury finds Brenda Barrett Morgan and Jason Morgan guilty.
Summer: I'm so sorry, Lucky. I didn't mean to lead you on.
Lucky: No, it's me. I'm probably moving too fast.
Summer: No, it's not you, it's me. I have no idea how to do this. I realize that sounds ridiculous coming out of the mouth of a hooker, but that's exactly what's wrong. Sex for me isn't fun, it's a business transaction. And now I'm here with somebody that I like, somebody that I'm so attracted to --
Lucky: Who's not paying you?
Summer: I like you more every time I see you, Lucky, and that's new for me. And you're here and you're funny and you're accepting of me, and I'm starting to feel, and that scares me. That's why I can't imagine sleeping with you.
Edward: Congratulations, my dear. I'm -- I'm very pleased at the progress that you and Ned are making in your campaign against Sonny.
Faith: I have followed all of your instructions to the letter.
Edward: Oh, no. You've improvised a few of your own. And it was never my intention that you and Ned should become intimate, although I don't know why that should surprise me. You are a very beautiful young woman, and Ned has always had a bit of the lothario in him. He comes by it honestly.
Faith: Ned is very attractive.
Faith: A few more years and he may even give you a run for your money. He's smart, too. He knows the way to destroy Sonny is piece by piece, to slowly and meticulously undermine him until he has nothing left. I like a man who thinks.
Edward: And I like a woman who is savvy enough to recognize a fine mind in action. You know, of all of the worthless lot of my grandchildren, Ned is really the most like me. You can appreciate the boy all you want, but never forget who your real partner is, hmm?
Judge: Order, please. Ladies and Gentlemen of the jury --
Jason: Don't say anything, don't do anything. Just get through the next 15 minutes, everything will work out.
Judge: I don't have to tell you how vital it is to --
Jason: Are you hearing me?
Judge: That you extend your time --
Courtney: Sonny, this isn't fair. I mean, A.J. and Skye paid Ida for her false testimony. We have to tell the judge.
Sonny: We need to calm down. It's not doing anybody any good to get hysterical. Whatever we do, we just got to calm --
Carly: We need to hold it together.
Judge: And I want to thank you very much.
Courtney: God, I hate that bastard.
A.J.: Baldwin. Nice piece of litigating.
Scott: Well, I guess everybody got what they wanted.
A.J.: All except a few.
Scott: Ain't life grand.
[Judge pounds gavel]
Judge: Jason Morgan and Brenda Barrett Morgan have been found guilty of murder in the first degree. You are remanded over to the Port Charles police department until sentencing, which will be tomorrow morning. This court is adjourned.
[Judge pounds gavel]
Ric: So, you're saying that you killed Alcazar, not Brenda or Jason?
Woman: I'm going to touch you. Don't turn. Don't make any sudden movements.
Ric: All right, okay.
Ric: What is this?
Woman: Evidence. Why do you think I gave it to you?
Ric: I don't understand.
Woman: It's from the night of the murder. Alcazar and I struggled and his blood got on my coat. Here's the proof you need that will clear Jason and Brenda.
Ric: Look, if this blood matches Alcazar's, then we are on the right track. But it's not enough to exonerate Jason or Brenda.
Woman: You're a lawyer. Make it enough.
Ric: No, no. Listen, the D.A.'s going to refute it. He's going to say that it's after the fact. This swatch wasn't found at the crime scene. It wasn't obtained through a legal warrant. There's no chain of custody. They're just going to say we were fabricating evidence to help Sonny's friends. I have to make sure that Scott Baldwin knows that you really exist.
Woman: You're pushing me. I don't like it.
Ric: Okay, all right. Just calm down, all right? You've obviously come this far because you want to see justice done, right? Okay, if you're going to do it, do it.
Woman: Don't move. Not a muscle.
Dara: I'll start filing the appeal right away. There's ample grounds. I can think of at least three times the judge should've declared a mistrial. You know the drill. You'll learn. Brenda, hang in there. It may take some time, but I will get you both out of this, okay?
Jason: Hey, hey, Taggert, come on. The front. Cuff her in the front. She's not a flight risk.
Officer: Turn around, Miss.
Taggert: We're going to take you down to the station. There's going to be some paperwork to process, and we're going to put you in a cell for the night.
Brenda: Can I make a phone call?
Taggert: That's the commissioner's call. My guess is he'll be able to be persuaded.
Scott: All's well that ends well, huh, Corinthos? I can't really claim, like, a total victory because I was unable to stretch the charges enough to lock you up. Maybe next time. I got to hand it to you, though, you know how to pick your employees. Take poor, dumb Jason. He's about to get a lethal injection because he followed your orders.
Carly: You know what? You're slime, Scotty. And don't think that you're going to get away with this sham of a trial because you rigged it from the start, and once Dara proves that, the only person who will be going to jail is you for corruption and incompetence.
Scott: You got to learn to become a better loser.
Sonny: Things don't always turn out the way you expect.
Scott: Well, they did today, and that's all we got.
Taggert: Whoa, whoa, whoa. State your business.
A.J.: I just want to say good-bye to my brother. Looks like you're going away for a long time. You chose the life, now you pay the price. Hey, that almost rhymes.
Jason: Taggert, we done?
Taggert: Yeah. Let's go.
Courtney: So now what?
Edward: Now, our goal remains the same -- the complete and utter destruction of Sonny Corinthos.
Faith: You never told me exactly why you hate him so much.
Edward: Oh, reasons too numerous to mention. That man has wreaked havoc, both financial and emotional, on every member of my family at one time or another. And what's even more upsetting, he won't listen to reason or come to any kind of mutually beneficial arrangement.
Faith: Well, you won't have that problem with me.
Faith: Once Sonny is out of the picture and I have taken over his territory, you will have my full cooperation, not to mention my full attention.
Edward: Stop flirting, young lady, and you listen to me. Now, you have to know this -- Sonny Corinthos is a dangerous and unpredictable man. You take your eyes off of him for 10 seconds and you won't even see him coming.
Faith: Got it.
Edward: You better keep an eye on Ned, too. Oh, he's very sharp, but he is motivated by anger, and that's an emotion that can often lead to mistakes. You must keep me apprised of every move that you two make.
Faith: Oh, that will be my pleasure. I look forward to our weekly debriefing sessions.
Edward: As do I, my dear. Oh, you are -- you are delightful company, and I -- oh, I eagerly anticipate a long and very profitable association, as long as you remember that your only priority is business. It's okay to take Ned to bed, but please try to avoid any emotional entanglements that might needlessly complicate things. Ned -- well, he's a charmer, but he's not for you. Hmm?
Lucky: I'm going to be completely honest with you. I've found you attractive ever since I saw you at PCU, and I only told you about that class because I heard it was bad. And it was a lot better than coming up to you, "Hey, has anybody ever told you you're gorgeous?"
Summer: You know, the irony there is that I probably would've been more comfortable with that line. Now you've gone and become a real friend.
Lucky: Well, most of the time that's a good thing.
Summer: It is a good thing. But I just have no clue how to deal with the other.
Lucky: I like you as a friend, too, and I have no problem with the idea of sleeping with you. But I'm also okay with not.
Summer: Do you mean it?
Lucky: Let's let it ride. If the dreaded "other" happens, great. If not, well, I'm still happy being friends with you. It's that simple.
Summer: Can you believe how ridiculous I'm being? It's not like I'm some blushing virgin. I've got experience, to put it mildly. And you're handsome and so sweet, and this is something that I can do, that -- that I want to do.
Lucky: But it's something we're not going to do.
Summer: Are you rethinking the whole sleeping-with-the-ex-hooker thing? Because if you're worried about STDs, I get regular checkups and testing and I've got a drawer full of condoms, so there's really no risk.
Lucky: Our friendship is the risk.
Summer: I'm a big girl, Lucky.
Lucky: I know that, sweetie. Hey, look, you -- you have a world of experience and still maybe you're not ready. Maybe I'm not ready.
Summer: You can't use what I said earlier against me. I was processing. Maybe I've changed my mind and I want to sleep with you.
Lucky: Well, I'd say that's a pretty fast turnaround.
Summer: Never heard of second thoughts?
Lucky: You seemed pretty clear. Well, let me ask you -- why the sudden turnabout? Are you trying to prove a point? Thank me for being a friend? Because as valid as all those reasons might be, they just don't work for me.
Summer: You know what; you're going to have to give me a second. It's been a really long time since I've been rejected by a man.
Lucky: That's not what I'm doing. I -- I come to you with not vast experience. As far as numbers go, I've been with two women. The first one was my love of my life, and we waited years. The other was a few months, and, well, the difference --
Lucky: The difference was my first girlfriend -- it was special, it was magic, it was unique, it was sacred, and I felt closer to her than I've ever felt to anyone. The other girl -- it was just a few months and the sex was wild. It was great, I'm not complaining. It just wasn't enough, and someone ended up getting hurt because of the fallout. And that's not a road that I'm eager to walk down.
Summer: So, I don't really understand what you're saying. You only want to make love to women you're in love with?
Lucky: No. To find a deeper level before having sex is something worth waiting for.
Summer: You are awfully sweet, Lucky. Do you know that?
Edward: Well, I see you've heard the news.
Alan: I imagine everybody has by now.
Edward: Does Lila know?
Ned: According to Reginald, she's resting. He hasn't let her hear any of the news updates, so I guess you'll have to tell her yourself.
A.J.: Yeah, well, Reggie's fooling himself. Grandmother knows. She has ways of finding out what's important.
Monica: Like the fact that you were vindictive enough to send your own brother to jail?
Skye: Oh, come on, now, Monica. You can't fault A.J., or me, for that matter, although I'm sure you would love to. We were eyewitnesses to a murder. We just did our civic duty by coming forward.
Edward: Pete's sake, Alan, can't you control that -- that devil spawn of yours?
Alan: I hate to agree with father, but he's right. Your drinking is out of control, Skye. You're using it as an excuse to hurt everybody, including yourself.
Skye: Oh, Daddy, you've got it all wrong. I didn't do a thing. I didn't hurt anybody. I actually did a good deed, and so did A.J. We took an active role in bringing two killers to justice. So right now, Brenda the home wrecker and Jason the thug are safely on their way to prison. So, A.J., here's to us. Life is good and revenge is sweet.
Scott: Well, well, well. Look who's here -- the Corinthos family under our humble roof. What's the occasion? To visit the newly arrested? Well, it's tad early for social calls.
Mac: You know what, Baldwin? As the D.A., you got your conviction. But I'm the commissioner in this house. I decide who visits and for how long.
Carly: Thank you, Mac.
Mac: Yeah, you'll have to go in one at a time.
Carly: Well, I'm pretty sure out of the three of us, you're the only one Brenda wants to see, so why don't you go on ahead.
Sonny: Tell Jason I'll see him soon, all right?
Mac: Take Corinthos to see Brenda, will you?
Carly: Um, why don't you let Courtney go first?
Courtney: Are you sure?
Carly: I'm positive.
Mac: All right, come on.
Carly: Oh, does it feel like some sort of hard-won victory, Taggert, sending Jason to prison for a crime that you know he didn't commit?
Jason: You shouldn't -- no, no. You shouldn't be here.
Courtney: I'm not going to let you push me away, Jason, so you might as well stop trying.
Sonny: Will you lose the cuffs?
Officer: Can't do that.
Sonny: You know, she can't escape. I mean, we both know the cuffs were for the press and there's no, you know, press here.
Sonny: I appreciate that.
Brenda: Thanks. My hands were getting numb.
Sonny: Go ahead and save the thanks till after I've done something for you. I will. I'm going to get you out of this. I swear to God.
Felicia: Can you get to the judge?
Dara: Only with a damn good reason.
Felicia: Ida lied. Every word of her testimony is false.
Dara: Is this speculation on your part, or can you prove it?
Felicia: I'm close. I tracked down the go-between that made the connection with Ida, which took me back to the man who bribed her. His name is Coleman. He owned a strip club at one time, but now he owns Jake's bar.
Dara: Okay, and how does this Coleman fit in?
Felicia: I'm positive he's fronting for A.J. and Skye. I was just about to get Coleman to admit it, but then A.J. walked in on us and it spoiled everything. I really believe that if you subpoena him and put pressure on him that he will talk. The very least thing that could possibly happen is that this will show some doubt on Ida's testimony --
Ric: Excuse me, Ms. Jensen? Ms. Jensen, hi.
Ric: I'm an attorney. My name is Ric Lansing.
Dara: Ric Lansing -- yeah, I know. You were once considered a suspect in Alcazar's murder. How can I help you?
Ric: I just met with the real killer tonight, and she said she wants to exonerate Jason and Brenda.
Felicia: You saw the killer?
Dara: You said "she."
Ric: Yes, the killer is a woman. I never saw her face. She doesn't want to incriminate herself. But she definitely made it very clear to me that she was responsible for Alcazar's death, not Brenda or Jason.
Dara: Can you convince her to come in?
Ric: I tried. That's where she draws the line.
Felicia: That's good. How do you prove that?
Ric: Well, I have a DNA sample here -- blood on the killer's coat the night of Alcazar's murder. I think that's enough for a 440 motion.
Felicia: What does that do?
Dara: It vacates the judgment if I can win it.
Felicia: So Brenda and Jason would be cleared?
Ric: Yeah, or be retried. But something tells me Mr. Baldwin doesn't want to risk his political standing by sticking his neck out a second time.
Dara: Not if there's a risk of him getting it chopped off.
Dara: I'm going to need you, both of you.
Dara: Felicia can fill you in on what's going on with Ida Warren. In the meantime, I will go file the motion. Both of you, catch up with Scott and get him to see the risks of fighting this. I'm going to my office. Let me know what happens, okay?
Felicia: I know Scott Baldwin. He's loving this publicity that he's getting for this Mr. and Mrs. Mobster murder trial, and he won. He's not going to give it up without a fight.
Ric: Well, let's go give him one.
Skye: Oh, look at the bunch of you with such long faces. What is it? Cheer up. Think of it this way -- you don't have to wonder anymore where Jason is or who's shooting at him because he'll be caged safe and sound up in Pentonville. And the best part of all is you'll actually get to visit him.
Monica: You lying, little bitch! Stay out of this. I'm not going to have you spewing this garbage around this house. Now, you get out, or I'll have you thrown out!
Skye: Daddy, uh, feel free to jump in any time you want with your heartfelt defense.
Monica: Get out!
A.J.: What about me, Mother? I'm the one who committed the unforgivable sin of testifying against Jason. You want me to leave, too?
Monica: I want you to tell me if it was all worth it. If you finally feel vindicated. If by sending your brother to jail, you finally made us all feel so guilty for loving your brother!
A.J.: He's not even your son! You didn't give birth to him. Why has he always been your favorite? Why do you love him more than you've ever loved me?
Monica: I have two sons, A.J., that I love with all my heart. I am just unbelievably ashamed of one of them.
Courtney: Just promise me that you're not going to give up, that you're going to keep fighting.
Jason: I'll never give up. There's a way for the truth to be found out. We just haven't found it yet.
Courtney: Well, you know I'll do anything that you need.
Jason: There is something.
Courtney: Name it.
Jason: Would you go?
Courtney: Jason, I just got here. Who knows when --
Jason: Listen to me. It's killing me knowing what this is doing to you. I should've never gotten involved with you with the murder charge hanging over my head with any possibility that this could happen.
Courtney: I wouldn't trade what we've had for the world. And we're nowhere near done. We're just getting started, Jason. Tell me you believe that.
Jason: I do.
Courtney: Just keep the faith. Okay? So will I. Everything's going to work out. It's just a bump in the road, right?
Mac: Courtney's coming out. You can see Jason now.
Carly: All right.
Courtney: I need to see you right away.
Sonny: Okay, now you got to listen because you got to know what's coming.
Brenda: I'm listening.
Sonny: Soon they're going to be coming in here, you're going to change into denims, and they'll take you into a cell. From that point on, they're going to try to do everything they can to make you feel small and helpless. Don't give in. Fighting back doesn't mean resisting physically, it means holding on to what defines you -- your dignity, your courage, and your self-respect, going into that place in your head they can't reach.
Brenda: Did you learn that when you were in prison?
Sonny: Between bouts of claustrophobia, yeah. But that's something you don't have, so it's not --
Brenda: I know, but you know that I hate -- I can't -- I can't handle it when somebody's trying to hold me still for too long. These people are just -- they're crazy.
Sonny: Well, that's what I'm telling you -- they're going to make you feel that way. Don't let them.
Sonny: Now, when you start feeling the walls closing in, you focus on a memory. Some place that, you know -- some time when you were happy. Somewhere, anywhere but here, okay? It worked for me.
Brenda: All right, I'll do that.
Summer: Do you mind if I ask you a personal question?
Lucky: Why start minding now?
Summer: What happened with the woman you loved?
Lucky: You mean, why did we break up? Life happened. We grew close under extreme circumstances when we were very young, protected by an invisible force field that wasn't there. Life sucked us in. Either we grew apart or we just couldn't handle the pressure. I've never been sure which.
Summer: Where is she now?
Lucky: Oh, she's around. We're still friends.
Summer: That's good. That's a lot to take away. You make so few friends in life.
Lucky: I agree. That's why I don't want to risk losing you.
Lucky: You know, a D.J. friend of mine is spinning over at the arena later. You want to go check him out?
Lucky: Okay. Well, on that note, thank you for a beautiful evening of soul-searching.
Lucky: What was that for?
Summer: Just for being honest. Makes me like you even more.
Lucky: I like you liking me even more. Good night, Laura.
Sonny: I know this might be hard for you to believe right now, but I'm going to -- I'm going to get you out of this if it's the last thing I do.
Brenda: All right.
Sonny: Now, you just remember that memory in your head. You can go in there whenever you need to. I'm going to take care of everything else, okay?
Carly: Is there anything you need?
Jason: There is something I really need -- Courtney's hurting. And so is Sonny, and they're not really thinking clearly, so I'm trusting you, Carly, to be the one to keep your head and take care of them. And I know you can do this because I know how strong you are.
Carly: Not without you.
Jason: Yeah. 20 bucks. 20 bucks this will all work out.
Carly: Mm-hmm. Okay. You're on. God, and I hope you win.
Sonny: Can I see Jason now?
Scott: Oh, hey, Mac, why don't you just throw a party? Invite all five families! Get a big cheese pizza! The things I've done for Port Charles.
Sonny: I screwed up, didn't I?
Jason: No, it's not your fault.
Sonny: Well, you know what? I gave you the order to go after Alcazar. The only reason he was still alive is because I didn't take care of him on that island like I should have.
Jason: Sonny, you had your reasons.
Sonny: Yeah, I had my reasons. My reasons were that I didn't want Alcazar's death on Brenda's conscience, so you're going to prison because I was thinking about what Brenda needed instead of acting like a professional.
Jason: You made the best choice you could under the circumstances. You're not to blame for this. Baldwin is, and the real killer.
Sonny: I don't think Brenda's up for this.
Jason: She can -- she can handle it.
Sonny: Are you sure about that?
Jason: Yeah, yeah. Can you do me a favor?
Jason: Can you take Carly home? You know, she promised not to try to break me out of here, but I don't really trust her.
Sonny: I'm going to give you fair warning, all right? Ahem -- if I can't get you out of here any other way, I'm going to sic Carly on you.
Mac: Time's up, Sonny.
Sonny: Hang tough.
Jason: You, too.
Ric: Mr. Baldwin. We have new evidence in connection with Alcazar's murder.
Scott: Where you been, Lansing, in a closet? The jury came back with a guilty verdict on all the counts.
Taggert: Well, personally, I'd be very interested to hear what Mr. Lansing has to say. But if you want to skip it, I'll get you up to speed later.
Scott: My office.
Carly: Well, I wonder what that was all about.
Sonny: I don't know, but I'll tell you what -- if I find out he's working with Scotty against me, he's a dead man.
Ned's voice: You've reached Ned Ashton. Leave a message.
Faith: It's Faith. Our last meeting felt unresolved. I want to see you again as soon as possible. I'll be in my room waiting for your call.
A.J.: Courtney? I got your call. What's so important?
Courtney: Jason was convicted tonight. You won, A.J. You got what you wanted. I'm only hoping that that was enough.
A.J.: I know you don't want to believe this, but Jason was convicted because he was guilty.
Courtney: Oh, stop it. A.J., you lied. You -- you paid that Ida woman to lie for you.
A.J.: Not true.
Courtney: We both know that it is. See, what I am trying to do is hang on to what I first believed about you, that despite everything, you are basically good and decent, and that the man that I married wasn't a total lie and that your hatred and envy of Jason hasn't twisted you to the point that you would actually send your own brother to prison. Just prove me right, A.J.
A.J.: How would I do that?
Courtney: It's not too late for you to come forward with the truth and save Jason. It's not too late for you to be the man that I loved.
Mac: Brenda, I thought you two might want a moment before you get taken to your cells.
Brenda: Thanks, Mac.
Jason: How you holding up?
Brenda: Um, I just wanted you to know that you were right. I should've gotten on the plane to Lisbon, and I should've stayed on the plane.
Jason: Hey, hey --
Brenda: I'm sorry, I just -- I wanted to tell you that I'm sorry.
Jason: No, no, no.
Brenda: I know it's my fault.
Jason: No, it's not -- it's not your fault. Brenda -- hey, hey, it's okay. It's okay. It's okay. We were set up. We're going to find a way out of this. We are.
Brenda: Yeah, I know. I know. I'm fine.
Carly: Can I -- can I get you anything?
Sonny: Where's Michael? Because we're going to have to tell him about Jason.
Carly: He's spending the night at my mom's. We can think of a way later to tell Michael.
Sonny: Yeah, well, how we going to do that, Carly? We're going to sit Michael down and tell him that Jason's going to prison for something he didn't do? That he was railroaded by a corrupt D.A. while I stood around wringing my hands, waiting for justice to triumph? Brenda -- you know, she -- she trusts the system because that's how she thinks. I know better, at least I ought to. I knew this was a setup! I knew it was a setup! But I didn't -- I couldn't stop it! Couldn't stop -- this is justice? It's all about justice. This is not justice!
Scott: Come on, make it snappy here. I got a press conference to get ready for in a couple of minutes.
Ric: Well, you may want to rethink talking to the press unless you're prepared to announce than Jason and Brenda are innocent.
Scott: Why would I do that?
Ric: I met with Alcazar's real killer on the pier tonight. It's a woman. I wasn't able to see her face.
Scott: How convenient.
Ric: However, this bag contains a swatch from her coat. It's stained with Alcazar's blood from when they struggled.
Scott: Very dramatic, very transparent. Lansing, this is your last-ditch attempt to cast some sort of a shadow of doubt on Jason and Brenda's conviction. Well, it's not going to work, okay, so get out.
Felicia: Your case is full of holes. Your big eyewitness turned out be a liar.
Scott: Well, another country is heard from.
Felicia: It's true. She was paid to lie.
Man: There's a call you need to take on line three, boss.
Scott: Get out of here! I'm busy!
Man: It's a woman. She says Lansing told you about --
Taggert: Wait, wait, wait, it's a woman. Take it.
Ric: Oh, really?
Taggert: Tape it.
Man: You got it.
Scott: Taggert, don't order my assistant. I'll do that.
Taggert: Just take the call, all right? What are you afraid of?
Scott: D.A. Baldwin.
Woman: I assume Ric Lansing told you I killed Alcazar?
Scott: Yeah, he mentioned something about it, but it's useless. The trial's over and so are you.
Woman: You don't believe me?
Scott: No, I don't believe you. And even if it was Alcazar's blood, there's no proof that it got there the night of the murder.
Woman: There was another stab wound in Alcazar's stomach. Who would know that except the person who killed him?
Courtney: Just tell the truth, A.J. It's not too late.
A.J.: It's too bad Jason is not here to see this. He'd really be touched.
Courtney: I am just trying to get you to do what's right.
A.J.: What has he done? Please tell me what he's done that makes him so wonderful.
Courtney: Where should I start? I mean, Jason's done so much for me.
Courtney: Yeah. Jason's protected me and reassured me. He has valued me and needed me. Jason gave me trust and honesty. Jason gave me one more special gift, A.J. Jason gave me a gun, and he taught me how to use it.
A.J.: You don't want to do this.
Courtney: You know what? If you don't tell the truth and stop Jason from going to prison, I don't have anything to lose. I'd tell you to say your prayers, A.J., but God isn't listening.
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Ric: If you fail to advise the court of these developments, I'm afraid I'm going to have to go to not only the judge but the press, as well.
Jason: I'm not going to be locked up, Brenda.
Brenda: Tell me what to do.
Sonny: I'm going to get Jason and Brenda out.
Courtney: Admit what you did!
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