General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 10/22/03
Proofread By Brian
Dillon: Grandpa! You changed your mind, didn't you?
Edward: Oh, Dillon, come on in. Come on. Now, I want you to meet someone. Dillon, this is General Walker Perry, four stars, retired. He's the commandant of the Stonewall Military Academy, and he and I have been friends since your mother was a girl.
Gen. Perry: Was she a lovely girl? Yes, she was. Headstrong, needed discipline.
Edward: Mm-hmm, like her son.
Gen. Perry: What is the mission of Stonewall Military Academy? Well, to put out good soldiers. We've been doing that for years. What is our further mission? To mold boys into men, boys who lack direction and moral fiber. Now, what do these losers become at Stonewall Military Academy? Fine young men of respect and discipline.
Edward: General Perry has graciously found a spot you and you will be leaving tomorrow, hmm?
Gen. Perry: Will we be pleased to have a Quartermaine behind our stone walls? Yes, we will. Very pleased, indeed. Behind our stone walls.
Edward: Oh, stone walls. That's very clever.
Gen. Perry: A little military school humor.
Edward: You are such a card. You always have been. Well, listen, I know that you two gentlemen have questions to ask each other and I have work to do, so I will see you later.
Gen. Perry: What kind of boys do we get at Stonewall? Malcontents, troublemakers, spoiled, little rich boys, boys like you. You hate this whole idea, don't you, boy?
Dillon: Sir, no, Sir! I can't wait for military school. It's a dream come true, Sir.
Lucky: I never asked you to move out.
Lydia: But you obviously want me to.
Lucky: No, I asked you to pick up your side of the room.
Lydia: You're trying to get rid of me. I understand.
Lucky: I can barely see out my window.
Lydia: You won't have to put up with me much longer, anyway.
Lucky: Why is that?
Lydia: Stefan is dead and buried, thank God, but Nikolas still owes money to some very dangerous men.
Lucky: You think Nikolas will come back to you even though he's filed for divorce?
Lydia: Well, Nikolas was rebelling against Stefan. Now he doesn't have to.
Lucky: You know what? Nikolas loves Emily.
Lydia: He still owes money. The Karenin fortune is worth billions of dollars. All Nikolas has to do is stay married to me for five years, conceive a child. The Cassadines will be out of trouble. I'll be rich again. It's the one thing I'm good at.
Lucky: Why do you sell yourself so short?
Lydia: What's so bad about Nikolas and I spending a few years together? We'll produce a beautiful child, work out custody, then go our separate ways.
Lucky: He'll never agree to that. Excuse me.
Nikolas: Hi. I'm glad I caught you.
Lydia: How are you?
Nikolas: Better, I guess. How about you?
Lydia: We're all better off without Stefan.
Nikolas: Yeah, I wish he'd never dragged you into this. At least it's almost over.
Lydia: Divorce papers.
Nikolas: I wished it could've been an annulment, Lydia, since we obviously married under duress, but the attorneys say that divorce is quicker and cleaner in our situation.
Lydia: And speed is important. You have to get me out of the way so you're free to be with Emily, right?
Nikolas: You need to be free, too. You just -- just sign the papers and let this be over, ok? See you.
Jason: Was Carly supposed to be on that plane?
Marcella: I don't know.
Jason: Where were you going?
Marcella: I'm not sure. Mr. Alcazar promised to get me out of town and give me a new life.
Jason: Where's Alcazar right now?
Marcella: In his apartment, last time I saw him.
Jason: Did he say anything to you about Carly?
Marcella: He has all his men out looking for her. He's crazy over this. You both must be also. But I know Alcazar won't hurt her. He wanted to hurt Mr. Corinthos.
Sonny: You mean drive me crazy while he steals my wife?
Courtney: Oh, my God. Carly, what happened?
Carly: I fell -- I fell from the stairs. My body hurts everywhere, and I --
Carly: I'm having contractions.
Courtney: Ok. Just do your breathing, ok, just like you showed me.
Courtney: Ok, we're going to get you out of here.
Carly: Courtney, I fell from the top of the stairs. What if the baby's really hurt?
Lydia: Nikolas is giving me alimony. That's generous, considering he's drowning in debt.
Lucky: Well, see, my brother is a good guy.
Lydia: It'd be a lot easier if he wasnít. Whatever happened to cads who marry women like me for money?
Lucky: Well, you don't have any money.
Lydia: It's a rhetorical question.
Lucky: So, what now?
Lydia: I know better than to dream, but I had a whole life dreamed up here, even in this dreadful town.
Lucky: What, is Port Charles really that bad?
Lydia: It's worse. It's obviously time for me to go home.
Lucky: So now you're leaving?
Lydia: I miss Europe. I'll be glad to go back. It's one of the few useful thing I learned from my mother -- "always know when it's time to leave, darling. Stand up straight, smile, and never look back."
Gia: What happened to your hand?
Zander: Um -- nothing. It's nothing.
Gia: Meaning you got into a fight, probably about Emily, huh?
Zander: How's law school?
Gia: It's tough, but I get to study on the job, so it's ok. Thank God for caffeine.
Zander: Bet your mom's proud of you.
Gia: Hmm. You can't even imagine and if I get one more supportive email from Marcus, I'm switching carriers. I wish I'd started sooner, though.
Zander: Instead of wasting all your time with Nikolas?
Gia: I hear psycho granny showed up at the funeral. I'm so glad to be away from the Cassadines.
Zander: You're definitely moving on with your life.
Gia: Yeah. I've got a lot of choices and I'm grateful for that. I heard you and Emily split up.
Zander: Yeah. I moved back into Jakeís.
Gia: Are you sure you're not giving up too easily?
Zander: Are you kidding? No, just facing reality.
Gia: Reality? I was at your wedding, remember? I saw how much you love Emily and she loves you. Not everyone gets to have that, Zander.
Zander: I used to think that Emily was my whole life. Turns out I was wrong.
Emily: All the numbers are up.
Monica: Across the boards. This new chemo is definitely working.
Emily: I knew it would, mom.
Monica: Oh -- uh-oh. Uh-oh. Oh, I got to take this.
Monica: But we are going to celebrate very soon.
Monica: And, listen, you enjoy this time, no matter what else happens, ok?
Emily: I will, I promise.
Monica: All right, sweetie, I'll see you later.
Nikolas: How you doing?
Nikolas: New chemo still working?
Emily: Better than ever.
Nikolas: Oh, congratulations.
Emily: Who would've guessed, huh? Third time really is a charm. All I had to do was keep trying.
Nikolas: Yeah. Against impossible odds, you did.
Nikolas: Oh, hey, have I mentioned lately how amazing you are?
Emily: Every chance you get. You've been unbelievably supportive. Not that I'd expect any less, but you're dealing with a lot yourself.
Nikolas: My uncle's resting in peace. The rest is mostly paperwork.
Emily: Yeah. Guess you haven't stumbled onto zillions of dollars Stefan happened to stash away.
Nikolas: No, no, not so far. Who knows? Anything's possible.
Emily: Yeah. I believe that now more than ever.
Nikolas: So do I. I have to -- I have to go take care of something real quick.
Nikolas: I'll see you later?
Nikolas: Ok. Oh, one more thing -- Lydiaís signing off on the divorce today.
Dillon: Sir, is it true we'll be marching on our first day, Sir?
Gen. Perry: Yes, if you pass the physical.
Dillon: And somebody will be measuring our steps, Sir?
Gen. Perry: If necessary. How do you know all this?
Dillon: I logged on to the school's website, Sir. See, my family thinks that I actually don't want to go, but I'm just saving face, Sir, so as not to disappoint my mother, Sir.
Gen. Perry: Do I understand? Having met your mother, yes, I believe I do.
Dillon: What about guns, Sir?
Gen. Perry: What about them?
Dillon: Will we get to shoot?
Gen. Perry: Yes, once you're deemed worthy.
Dillon: Sir, will there be live ammo?
Gen. Perry: Only in a real combat situation.
Dillon: Sir, yes, Sir, that gives me something to look forward to, Sir.
Gen. Perry: That's the idea.
Dillon: What about bayonets, Sir? Huh? Huh? How do you think my technique is, Sir?
Gen. Perry: Have you been in training?
Dillon: I watch movies, Sir. Two war movies every week, Sir, yes, Sir. And -- and what about -- what about combat training, huh, Sir? Will you teach us that? Huh? And -- and interrogation techniques, Sir? What about that? Huh? Um -- I'm -- I'm sorry, Sir. I -- I got a little carried away. I'm sorry, Sir.
Gen. Perry: I appreciate your spirit.
Dillon: Thank you, Sir.
Gen. Perry: But, you know, this mop of hair will have to go and in special cases such as these, I do the haircuts myself.
Dillon: Um -- I can't wait, Sir.
Gen. Perry: What happened to all that enthusiasm?
[Gen. Perry chuckles]
Gen. Perry: Can I see straight through you? Yes, I can. Should you be worried? Well, that's up to you. Because this time tomorrow, you belong to me.
Jason: So Alcazar told you exactly what to say to Sonny?
Marcella: Yes. He wanted me to make Sonny believe that Carly and the baby would die because of him. Alcazar wanted Sonny to leave her.
Jason: Did anyone else help him?
Marcella: A woman named Faith.
Sonny: Find her, Jason.
Sonny: Alcazar's plastic surgeon does good work and his plan makes a lot of sense -- distract me with my dead wife while he takes the living one.
Courtney: Are you sure there aren't any land lines?
Carly: No, I checked. I didn't see any phones and the real estate lady said that they wouldn't be hooked up yet.
Courtney: Ok, all right, this is what I'm going to do. I'm going to get you to the car. I'm going to drive you to the hospital, ok?
Courtney: Put your arm around -- come on, Carly, be careful --
Courtney: Oh --
Carly: Oh, Courtney, I don't think I should move.
Courtney: How bad -- how bad are the contractions?
Carly: They're really strong. They're very strong and they're coming fast.
Courtney: Ok, all right, we need to get you to a hospital.
Carly: Ok. I don't think I can travel --
Courtney: All right, ok. Come on, come on, let's get you to the couch.
Courtney: Here you go. It's ok.
Carly: Courtney -- Courtney, you have to -- you have to get help. You have to get help. You have to get to a phone, call an ambulance, call Sonny. Ow.
Courtney: You want me to just leave you here?
Carly: Yes. Yes, if I go into labor and my water breaks, if I go into full-fledged labor, I could lose the baby. I hemorrhaged with Michael. I -- I -- the baby has a hole in his heart. He needs medical attention. Just go, please. You have to go.
Dillon: I apologize, General Perry. I just -- I think I was trying too hard.
Gen. Perry: Can you fool me? No, you cannot.
Dillon: Well, let's hope that I can certainly fool everybody else.
Gen. Perry: Have we created fine, strong, young men from worse kids than you? Yes. Do they learn to appreciate military life? If they want to survive, they do.
Dillon: Oh, my God. I am a survivor from, like, a long time ago. I've always --
Gen. Perry: You're a spoiled rich kid with an overindulgent mother.
Dillon: Sir, I would appreciate it if you didn't disrespect my mother like that.
Gen. Perry: Hmm. Do I like that response? Yes, I do. Do all good soldiers love their mother? At Stonewall Military Academy, they do and they like discipline and uniforms.
Dillon: Let me tell you, I have always loved a man in uniform, and I am no stranger to discipline, either. If I can just say -- no disrespect or anything -- but this riding crop of yours really does it for me, if you know what I mean. Could I -- do you think I could hold it?
Gen. Perry: No, you may not.
Dillon: Oh, ok. All right, no, that's -- I -- I guess I just have a little bit of a boundary problem. But if I may say, you are in great shape. Because I -- I'm just hoping that everybody else at Stonewall is as well.
Gen. Perry: Is physical fitness a baseline requirement of a good soldier? Yes, it is.
Dillon: And there's that question and answer thing. What is that? Oh, my God. I mean, it just, like, clarifies everything, if you're into that.
Gen. Perry: Do I understand what you are trying to say? No, I do not.
Dillon: Love it. Except there's just -- there's one thing that I'm not really clear on, and that is -- is it "don't ask --" no, "don't tell, don't ask" -- or "ask and tell later" --
Gen. Perry: Do I have any idea as to what you're referring? No, I do not.
Dillon: Oh, my God, I just thought of this. Did you know that the Stonewall riots are responsible for the gay liberation movement in this country? I mean, it happened, you know, in, like, New York City a long time ago, but -- but I just think that's so weird, that connection is there.
Gen. Perry: There is no connection.
Dillon: Ok, yeah, sure, if you don't want to call it that, that's fine, but let's be real. General Perry, I am gay. Why else do you think my family wants me gone?
Gen. Perry: Well, I'm going to make you a soldier no matter which way your flag flies.
Georgie: No, wait. You can't do this. Don't send my Dillon away, please!
Gen. Perry: Who are you?
Georgie: Who am I? I'm a young girl in love and I'm pregnant with his child.
Zander: Emily married me because she thought she was going to die.
Gia: It isn't that simple.
Zander: No, see, Gia, that's the thing. It is. The second that she didn't die, she hooked up with Nikolas.
Gia: It happens.
Zander: If you -- no, we -- we were not married at that time.
Gia: All right. Point taken.
Zander: She wants me around when she wants me. She also wants Nikolas just out of reach.
Gia: Did she kick you out?
Zander: No, she's been blabbing on about not wanting to break up. She thinks it's her duty or something to stay with me.
Gia: How about she loves you, too?
Zander: One of the things about a marriage, Gia -- you forsake all others.
Gia: What, you didn't get the storybook marriage and a perfect honeymoon? Imagine that.
Zander: She wants to be with another guy.
Gia: Maybe. But from what you're telling me, she also wants to be with you and no matter how hard you try to blame her, you're the one who walked away.
Emily: So -- so far, I haven't lost my hair, I am barely nauseous, and I've only gotten sick once. I don't know. I just have to wonder, you know, is this chemo really working?
Dr. Misra: Your blood work looks excellent. This happens to be a combination that's not only effective; your system can tolerate it.
Emily: Ok. Thank you.
Dr. Misra: You're doing the hard work. I'm just trying to help.
Emily: You were eavesdropping.
Nikolas: And I'm getting better at it, don't you think?
Emily: It's a useful skill, you know, one of the very first things I learned when I moved in with the Quartermaines.
Nikolas: Can I give you a ride home?
Emily: I brought my car.
Nikolas: Oh. Come on, I'll walk you to the garage.
Emily: Ok, sounds good.
Nikolas: Let's go someplace where we can be alone.
Emily: Yeah, I'd like that.
Nikolas: All right, go home and pack a bag.
Emily: Where are we going?
Nikolas: We'll decide along the way, ok?
Nikolas: I'll pick you up in a few minutes.
Emily: All right. I'll be ready.
Nikolas: I'm caught on you.
Nikolas: Ok. Bye.
Sonny: I never told Lily I loved her. That's -- that's how you gave yourself away.
Marcella: She knew. She could tell by the way you looked at her.
Sonny: Is this part of the scam? Alcazar's using you to distract me, so that way he can drag my wife across the country?
Marcella: I don't know what Alcazar will do next. What I do know is that he won't hurt Carly.
Sonny: How did you know what to say?
Marcella: Alcazar would tell me what to say to you.
Sonny: How to make me afraid for my family, to trick me into leaving them -- what Alcazar did, how you helped him, is a desecration. To put lies in my dead wife's mouth --
Marcella: I'm sincerely sorry. I tried to warn you once. I knocked on this door, and Alcazar grabbed me and dragged me back.
Sonny: Well, you did good work, right? Did what you had to do. Hey, you made me believe you were Lily and now it could cost me everything.
Faith: A safe house is no good. I have to get out of town.
Man: In this weather? Forget about it. They're closing the roads. You can't get anywhere.
Faith: I don't have a choice. It is not safe for me here. Damn it.
Jason: You need to leave. Did Alcazar take Carly?
Faith: I don't know.
Jason: Faith, you've been involved from the start.
Faith: Alcazar wanted to dress some hooker up to pretend to be Sonny's dead wife. It seemed kinky, but there was no real harm. Certainly couldn't call that a hostile move.
Jason: You know what? Sonny doesn't see it that way.
Faith: Look, I have been trying to help since things got out of hand. I tried to tell him he wasn't seeing what he thought he saw.
Jason: And when things got out of hand, you tried to leave yourself a way out, as usual.
Faith: Look, I will help you --
Jason: You know what? You know what? Shh. You're so lucky that we can't even find Carly right now because nobody wants to waste their time taking you out. So you can run or you can just wait around till Sonny decides what to do with you.
Announcer: Severe thunderstorms are moving across upstate New York. We have flash floods in port Charles and surrounding areas. There's a travel advisory on all county roads. This just in -- the old town bridge will be closed within minutes. Police are advising West Haven residents to stay off the roads. All bridges and riverfront roads are impassable.
Carly: It's the only way out, Courtney. You have to go.
Courtney: Ok, look, I'm going to be back as soon as I can. Carly, you have blankets and water. I got a first aid kit out of the car. Look, there's scissors in there if you need them.
Carly: I am not going to need the scissors, ok? I am not having this baby by myself. You're going to get me help.
Courtney: Ok. I love you.
Carly: I love you, too. Go.
Carly: Be careful.
Carly: Oh, my God. Oh, my God.
Dillon: Georgie, you really don't need to be doing this --
Georgie: Dillon would never leave on his own so please don't drag him away. I need him.
Dillon: I'm sure we can work something out.
Georgie: Dillon wants a family, don't you? And my child needs a daddy.
Gen. Perry: Dillon just informed me that he's gay.
Georgie: Of course he's gay. Why else would he go out in public in that black dress? Do you think I care? Do you think our baby cares?
Edward: Well, I hoped you've worked everything out here, and -- hey, why do you have that pillow under that sweater?
Dillon: Nice try, Georgie.
Gen. Perry: That was a fine performance.
Georgie: Ok, so, I'm not pregnant, but that doesn't mean that you can ruin Dillonís life.
Gen. Perry: Does that logic escape me? Yes, it does, little miss.
Georgie: You'll crush his spirit.
Dillon: Look, Georgie, I really appreciate what you're doing right now, but I really think I can handle this on my own.
Georgie: Look, please, don't take him away from me.
Edward: Is there any way that he could leave tonight?
Gen. Perry: We need at least until 0600 to get ready.
Dillon: I wish you wouldn't do this.
Edward: It's for the best, son.
Gen. Perry: You'll be shipping out tomorrow at first light.
Lucky: Looks like you've been wandering out in the rain.
Lydia: Oh. I needed to think.
Lucky: What, about Europe?
Lydia: Windermere looks kind of pretty from this side of the lake.
Lucky: So, did you sign your divorce papers?
Lydia: Oh, yes. They're a little damp, but I'm sure they'll still count.
Lucky: That's my coffee.
Lydia: This is the only cup of coffee here? The only cup of coffee in the universe?
Lucky: Penny, when you get a chance, can I get another cup of coffee, please?
Lydia: Make that two. This one's a bit cold.
Lucky: In the real world, you can order your own cup of coffee.
Lydia: Well, I don't do all that well in the real world. And this coffee isn't that good, anyway.
Lucky: Well, I'm sorry. Is it not as good as the coffee in Europe?
Lydia: Not even close.
Lucky: So, did you get your ticket?
Lydia: Not yet.
Lucky: Why not?
Lydia: I'm supposed to go back to Europe married to the Cassadine prince, ridiculously wealthy, gorgeous, happy, and instead I'm divorced, broke, humiliated. At least I'm not fat. I'm serious.
Lucky: Do you need a loan? I mean, I can help you with a coach ticket, but I am not shelling out for a first class.
Lydia: No, thank you. Do you know what I realized out there in the rain? I have nothing to go back to.
Lucky: That's a perfect reason for you to stay.
Sonny: I don't blame you completely for what Alcazar's done. A job's a job, right? And this one gave you a new face, the face of someone extraordinary. Try not to waste it.
Marcella: I wish I could help you.
Sonny: You ever pray?
Sonny: Ask God to forgive you.
Marcella: I will.
Sonny: Max. Take Ms. Montoya to the safe house and make sure she's comfortable and she's treated as my guest.
Max: No problem.
Marcella: Thank you. I hope you find Carly.
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Zander: Hi. Alice let me in.
Emily: Are you all right?
Zander: I thought that I could walk away, but I canít. You said you wanted to try again. So do I.
Nikolas: I got us a little inn just outside of town. Should --
Lucky: You know, haven't you ever heard the expression "cut your losses and never look back"?
Lydia: I wouldn't know where to start.
Lucky: Well, it isn't that complicated; just got to figure out what you want. You can just hang on to your life that isn't working or try something new.
Lydia: Is this why you became a cop?
Lucky: It's the last thing anyone expected.
Lydia: I assume this will involve taking a job?
Lydia: Working for a living, imagine that.
Lucky: Well, if doesn't work out for you, you can always just crawl back to Europe.
Lydia: I'm up to it. I don't crawl and I kind of like the idea of starting over.
Lucky: Well, maybe we can start over, too.
Sonny: Where's my wife?
Lorenzo: You lost control, didn't you? You hurt Carly.
Lorenzo: You don't deserve her!
Sonny: Before you do something you don't want to do, Alcazar, that could be her.
[Answering machine beeps]
Carly's voice: Hi, you've reached the Corinthos residence. Leave a message and we'll get back to you. Bye.
[Answering machine beeps]
Jason: Hey, Faith doesn't know anything and I didn't want to waste time dealing with her, so I'm going to go try to find the cabdriver.
[Answering machine clicks off]
Lorenzo: Jason doesn't even know what you've done, does he? No one realizes how far you've been pushed.
Sonny: I would never hurt Carly, not like you would. Or maybe you have. Think about the things that you've done. You've held her hostage. Fixed a woman's face to look like my dead wife. That's sick, man!
Lorenzo: You left Carly. You pushed her away. Hurt her so badly she came to me. Just to talk, nothing more. But I knew it was enough, that you could never forgive her for that conversation. Unfortunately, I miscalculated.
Sonny: You sure as hell did.
Lorenzo: Yeah, I thought you loved her in your own way. Never thought you'd raise a hand to her, if for no other reason than she's carrying your child. Is she even alive?
Sonny: You tell me. If you didn't take her, where is she? She could be out there in the storm, in labor, frightened out of her mind, because of something you did to my wife, the woman you say you love!
Sonny: Hey! Whoa! It's you or me now.
Carly: Your daddy's going to be here soon. He's going to be so glad to see us. You know, you're our miracle baby so you have to hold on, ok? You have to wait. Just wait a little bit. Please, just hang on. Help's going to be here soon.
Courtney: I'm not getting reception. We're not that far away. Yes, thank you.
Courtney: Oh, thank God.
Jason: Where are you?
Courtney: Look, Jason, I found Carly.
Courtney: I found Carly.
Jason: Is Carly with you?
Courtney: No, no, Jason, she's at --
Jason: Courtney, you're breaking up.
Jason: Courtney --
Georgie: So you're leaving tomorrow?
Dillon: Looks that way, yeah.
Georgie: There's nothing you can do?
Dillon: I don't think so.
Georgie: I'll come to visit you.
Dillon: You canít. I'll be hundreds of miles away and Macís never going to allow it. Besides that, you'll probably fall in love with somebody else.
Georgie: No. Never. I love you, and that will never change.
Dillon: God, after tomorrow, my life is never going to be the same.
Georgie: Then all we have is tonight?
Zander: What do you think you're doing, taking her out of town when she's on chemo?
Nikolas: It's just for one night, Zander, not that you get a say. You walked out on her.
Zander: What'd you just say to me?
Emily: All right, stop this. I won't be the cause of another fight. I'd rather stay away from both of you.
Lydia: Oh, it's really coming down out there.
Lucky: It's a bad night to be anyplace but home.
Lydia: Finally, a reason I'm glad to be living above Kellyís.
Lucky: I'm betting, as a rich girl, you don't have a lot of experience in jukeboxes.
Lydia: True enough.
Lucky: Follow me. See, this jukebox -- it's -- it's an amazing invention, and there's something about the sound.
Lucky: Even when the recording is old and scratchy, you get a purer tone than the most expensive home audio equipment. I mean, there's always a selection. All for the price of a dime --
Lucky: You get magic. May I?
Jason: Courtney? Courtney!
Carly: Oh! Oh, my God. Oh, my God, my water broke. You're going to be born here. Oh, you're going to be born now. Oh, God.
Sonny: You better shoot me now, Alcazar.
Lorenzo: Where is she?
Sonny: What do you care?
Lorenzo: I'll drop you --
Sonny: Then do it! I'm not afraid to die!
Lorenzo: Yeah? I'll take a bullet for Carly. Go ahead, shoot.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Emily: I am not going to choose. I canít.
Georgie: I need to leave.
Dillon: What? Why?
Sam: We don't have a deal. I do what I want.
A.J.: Nice to know.
Carly: Oh, we need some help here, fast.
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