General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 12/12/03
Proofread By Brian
Man: Samantha. Give me a kiss.
Jax: Hey, hey, hey, let her go!
Sam: No, no, no, Jax, it's my father.
Jason: If Sonny's found guilty, they're going to take him out the back, going to put him in a prison van. Is everything set?
Max: Yeah. We'll intercept the van, then we're going to follow the route you arranged.
Jason: Ok, now I need you to make everyone understand that no matter what happens in court today, Sonny walks.
Lorenzo: If that jury's been tampered and Corinthos is acquitted, you make sure he doesn't make it to the street.
Andy: I'll nail him in the hallway.
Lorenzo: Get it right this time.
Brian: You and Alcazar? Could this be love?
Courtney: Have you seen Sonny?
Carly: He's in with Justus. The jury just went out and they're deliberating. The longer they take, the better it is for us.
Courtney: Yeah, well, I heard that Sonny got through to --
Courtney: The jury yesterday, so --
Carly: Yeah, I hope so. Hmm.
Courtney: Hey, you all right?
Carly: Yeah, yeah. I just definitely need some caffeine, that's all.
Justus: Sonny wants to see you.
Carly: How is he?
Justus: He'll be ok.
Carly: You say that like you know he just spent last night in hell.
Maxie: Georgie, that's seriously, like, the 900th time that you've dropped those magazines.
Georgie: Leave me alone.
Maxie: Look, will you please call Dillon?
Georgie: I canít.
Maxie: How many messages has he left on your cell?
Georgie: 11 so far.
Maxie: Exactly. So will you call him and tell him you're out of your mind and you're sorry that you broke up with him?
Georgie: I canít. Dillon's mother promised to keep him away from Sage and Alcazar.
Maxie: If you broke up with him?
Georgie: That's the deal.
Maxie: Wait, doesn't that seem a little bit weird, Georgie?
Georgie: Hey, Iím trying to save Dillonís life here.
Maxie: No, you're just trying to keep him away from Sage.
Georgie: Well, yeah, because she's going to get him killed.
Maxie: Look, why can't you just admit that you're jealous?
Georgie: Ok, I'm jealous. So what?
Maxie: So work it out with Dillon. Why drag his mom into this? You know she doesn't even like you. Come on, Georgie, you know Dillon loves you and I know that you love Dillon so why are you making him so miserable?
Dillon: That's what I'd like to know.
Sam: What do you want?
Man: Well, I missed you, girl.
Sam: How'd you find me?
Man: Well, you can find just about anybody you want on the internet these days.
Sam: How'd you get this picture of the Halloween gala on the internet?
Man: Hmm, I almost didn't recognize you in this getup here, but, you know, you look very close to your friend here.
Jax: I'm Jasper Jacks.
Sam: Don't shake his hand. He'll steal your wallet.
Man: Oh, that's not very nice.
Sam: He smells money and he wants to cash in.
Man: Yeah? You got a very keen nose for the money yourself.
Sam: Yeah, well, I'm working for Jax fair and square.
Man: Mm-hmm. Doing what?
Sam: I'm his secretary.
Jax: She's lying through her teeth.
Brian: You and Alcazar seem pretty close these days.
Andy: I'm working him for information, detective. See, that's how we do things here in the big city. If I keep the lines of communication open, eventually he'll slip up.
Brian: That's good. I want to see the paperwork.
Andy: You know, just because you came in here from the sticks and started out as a detective doesn't mean you can give me orders.
Brian: It's department policy. Now, if you don't have any paperwork --
Andy: All right, all right, you'll have your paperwork on your desk tomorrow.
Brian: Detective Capelli could be looking to take another shot at Sonny.
Jason: So is every other cop in town. Including you.
Carly: Did you sleep at all last night?
Sonny: Wasn't that bad.
Carly: Sure. And I didn't worry about you all night.
Sonny: I was thinking about, you know, France, the vineyard covered with snow.
Carly: I'm going to get you out of here.
Sonny: No, no, I can handle it, I can handle it.
Carly: I have an idea.
Sonny: No, no, no, no.
Carly: Listen to me, I'm going to do this for you, ok? You may seem like a stranger -- an incredibly good-looking one -- I'm teasing, ok? -- But I want to do this for you.
Sonny: No, Carly, stay out of it.
Carly: That sounds familiar.
Courtney: Sonny came back on his own to stand trial. Won't that help him with the jury?
Justus: If it doesn't, I'm already working on the appeal.
Carly: Ok, you can forget an appeal. I want Sonny out of here now.
Justus: I would if I could.
Carly: This is cruel and unusual punishment. I will sue this department for every dime it has.
Justus: I'm already working on a harassment suit. It could be months before I could do anything.
Carly: So what do I have to do, Justus? You tell me. Do I need to get a news crew in here, because it seems to be the only language that Baldwin speaks?
Scott: Oh, hey, listen, Sonny will be out in time for lunch.
Justus: And why's that?
Scott: The jury has a verdict.
Scott: I'm sorry. Sonny's going to Sing Sing.
Courtney: You don't know that, Baldwin.
Scott: A short deliberation usually means guilty.
Justus: Not always.
Scott: Ahem. Listen, you lost. Let's face it, ok, Justus -- your client is going to prison. Justice will be served. I like that.
Jax: Sam would much rather liberate speedboats than work for a living.
Sam: Now, wait a second.
Jax: She has no respect for the corporate environment.
Sam: The what?
Jax: And she has greatly misrepresented her family to me.
Sam: No, I did not.
Jax: You know, your daughter lies when the truth would do.
Man: Well, it takes a lot of talent to tell a good lie.
Jax: Well, then maybe you'll appreciate it more than I do. You're fired.
Sam: You can't do that!
Jax: Sure I can. Check's in the mail.
Sam: That's great. Thank you. I finally get a real job; you show up and wreck it.
Man: Yeah, well, I raised you for more than just typing memos.
Sam: No, you raised me to be a thief.
Man: Yes, I did. Yes, I did, and I am proud of it -- damn proud of it. You are an eighth-generation bandit.
Sam: You know, stealing from strangers is one thing, but you are the only McCall who ever ripped off his own kid.
Dillon: Why don't you tell me what's really going on?
Georgie: I already did.
Dillon: It doesn't make any sense. You love me and you know I love you.
Georgie: Well, maybe love isn't enough.
Dillon: Oh, come on, Georgie, it's everything. Till I met you, I didn't think I could be happy, I didn't think anybody could see me, you know, the person inside.
Georgie: I know, me, too, but --
Dillon: But what?
Georgie: I'm afraid for you.
Dillon: I didn't sleep with Sage.
Georgie: I don't believe you.
Dillon: Yeah, you do. You're a terrible liar. You're not breaking up with me because of Sage.
Georgie: Yes, I am.
Dillon: My mom got to you, didn't she? Look, what did she promise you, Georgie? She's not going to pull through. She never does.
Georgie: Alcazar's really dangerous and he scares me.
Dillon: You see that -- that right there -- she's using that against you. That's exactly how my mom thinks.
Georgie: Look, she's afraid for you, too.
Dillon: No, she's not. She's just mad because it cost a fortune to get me out of jail. I mean, plus, my family's, like, totally broke right now and she's using that against me to get what she wants, simple as that.
Georgie: That's awful.
Dillon: She's doing the same thing to you. She's playing on your weakest point. Why can't you see that?
Georgie: You're saying that Iím weak? Is that what you're trying to tell me?
Dillon: No, no, not at all, but I'm saying that you worry too much about the wrong things.
Georgie: Because I love you.
Dillon: Then be with me. Forget about Sage and my mom and even Alcazar. I don't trust those people. I don't love anyone as much as I love you.
Georgie: Wish I could believe that.
Dillon: You can. You already do. Hey, come on, Georgie, the holidays are coming up. Imagine what fun we could have.
Georgie: I love Christmas.
Dillon: You know where I spent last Christmas? A hotel room in Zurich, ordering a room service turkey dinner, watching "It's a Wonderful Life" over and over and over again until I fell asleep.
Georgie: That is terrible.
Dillon: It wasn't so bad, but come on, imagine -- imagine this year. You know, I just -- I want to, like, do normal stuff. I want to carol around a Christmas tree and hold hands in the snow and kiss at the stroke of midnight on New Yearís Eve.
Georgie: I want all that stuff, too.
Dillon: Then forget about breaking up with me. Come on. Hey, the Fellini festival at P.C.U. It's starting tonight. Tonight's the first night. Maybe you'd want to go with me and catch a flick, and then we could find a coffeehouse afterwards and pretend like we're in Manhattan?
Georgie: Maybe they'll think we're in college.
Dillon: Mm-hmm. Let's do it.
Georgie: I canít.
Dillon: Why not?
Georgie: Your mom was right, she was from the beginning. You don't love me. All you want is sex.
Dillon: You know that's not true.
Georgie: And, you know, maybe you even really think that you do love me, but deep down you donít.
Dillon: You don't believe in me at all, do you?
Sage: Hey, what's the problem, another hangover?
Sage: Where you going?
Dillon: Would you please just move out of the way?
Sage: What's the rush?
Dillon: Fellini tickets.
Sage: Fellini? In this little town?
Dillon: Look, I have to get there on time or they're going to be sold out, ok?
Sage: Can I tag along? I got a great pair of Fellini sandals in Milan last summer. They're fabulous.
Reporter: Why did Sonny do it?
Second reporter: Are you in love with Lorenzo Alcazar?
Justus: Mrs. Corinthos has --
Scott: Sonny Corinthos is history!
Photographer: Oh, good!
Scott: Organized crime in this town as we know it is over.
Reporter: Have you heard the verdict?
Scott: I don't need to hear a verdict. A short deliberation means guilty. He will pay for the crimes that he has committed. The jury is sending a message to me. They're --
Mike: Excuse me. You know something; you have a personal vendetta against my son.
Scott: Hey, you know what, your son is a professional criminal, all right? He's going to jail and so will you. Now, get out of here!
Mike: What about Ric Lansing?
Scott: What about him?
Mike: Why don't you try investigating the assistant D.A.? Do you know what he did to Carly Corinthos?
Scott: Well, he certainly didn't put a bullet in Carlyís head.
Mike: No, Lansing kidnapped her and chained her to a wall for weeks.
Scott: You know, what Mrs. Corinthos does with her private life is really none of our business. Now, get out of here.
Mike: The D.A.'s office is full of criminals and you, Baldwin, are the number one crook.
Scott: You see what I have to deal with here? But I won't let him stop me. I will continue to clean up crime in this town. I will put on a cape and I will crusade the streets at night if I have to. Now, excuse me, I have a verdict to celebrate.
Courtney: Where have you been?
Jason: Some business.
Sonny: Come on. Hey, hey, hey.
Guard: No contact with the prisoner!
Justus: I'll deal with my clients, thank you.
Bailiff: All rise. In the matter of the state of New York --
Justus: Just stay calm, no matter happens. Are we clear on that?
Sonny: You're not going to have a problem with me.
Bailiff: The honorable judge Russell Bragg presiding. You may be seated. This court is now in session.
Judge: Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, have you reached a verdict?
Forewoman: We have, your honor.
Judge: On the count of attempted murder, how do you find?
Forewoman: Not guilty.
Man: Oh, my goodness.
Judge: On the count of kidnapping, how do you find?
Forewoman: Not guilty.
Judge: On the count of reckless endangerment, how do you find?
Forewoman: We find Mr. Corinthos not guilty.
[Judge pounds gavel]
Judge: Order in this courtroom! Order in this courtroom!
Scott: Your honor, permission to poll the jury.
Judge: Permission granted.
Mike: Bobbie? Bobbie, sweetheart, turn on the TV. They found him not guilty on all counts. Can you believe it? Yeah, Sonny's on his way home.
Judge: Mr. Baldwin, are you satisfied that the verdict is unanimous?
Scott: Your honor, I ask that you vacate the verdict.
Judge: I see no reason to overrule this jury.
Scott: The verdict is a travesty!
Judge: The verdict stands. Members of the jury, you are excused and thank you for your invaluable service to this court. Mr. Corinthos, youíre free to go.
Sonny: Thank you, your honor.
Judge: Court is adjourned.
[Judge pounds gavel]
Carly: Oh, did you hear that? You're free and we can have our lives back.
Jason: You did some good work.
Justus: That's why you hired me.
Scott: What the hell happened?
Ric: Sonny knows how to work a jury.
Scott: He confessed up on the witness stand for crying out loud!
Ric: He did it for love, Scott.
Scott: Aw, come on, Lansing, whose side are you on?
Ric: Don't worry. If you can't bring Sonny down, I will.
Sonny: You guys ready to go?
Sam: If we get started right away, we can --
Jax: Is that man really your father?
Sam: Yes, he is and thanks for the save. I'll do the first dive, then you can tell me --
Jax: Well, that's it? You're just going to pretend like nothing happened?
Sam: Jax, you -- you had a great father and mine happens to be a jerk. Why should you have to deal with him?
Jax: What does he want?
Sam: Money, like I told you.
Jax: All right, Sam, what's going on?
Sam: My mother took off when I was a baby and my dad raised me -- sort of. I mean, I learned all sorts of scams from him -- pitching a fit to pass bad checks, pretending to be lost to scam cab fare. I even made $700 as a kid picking pockets at a state fair.
Jax: I'm impressed.
Sam: Some of the stuff we did was legal, though. He actually taught me how to swim and how to sail. That's about it. He paid for my first dive lessons with a stolen credit card. Anyway, I'm going to spare you with the details, ok? A while back we hit the big, big time and I could've been set for life and I went to a boat show. I knew better than to leave him with the cash. Whatever. He split, and -- and by the time I found him, he'd squandered away every single dime on cheap women, cheap booze, and slot machines. End of story. Any more questions?
Jax: Hey. Come here.
Sam: Jax, Iím trying to trust you. I really am.
Man: Miss? Can I get a cup of coffee down here when you get a chance?
Man: Whoever heard of a boat named Lazarus III? Sounds like he came back from the dead.
Second man: And run by a woman?
First man: Hmm. Sam McCall. What kind of a name is that?
Second man: How could she run a salvage boat with no help?
Third man: Hey, excuse me. Not to interrupt but I've known Sam McCall for many years and she really prefers to work alone.
Reporter: How does it feel to be free man?
Second reporter: Mrs. Corinthos, are you happy?
Brian: Who told you to kill Corinthos?
Jason: Come on, we already know who it is.
Brian: He has to say the name. Who are you working for?
Andy: PCPD, just like you. If you want to keep your job, detective, you'll keep your mouth shut.
Brian: Just give me a name. You pulled a gun.
Andy: I was tying my shoe. Tell me, Beck, when did you decide to hook up with Corinthos and Morgan, hmm?
Jason: That's it? You're not going to do anything?
Brian: I don't have any evidence.
Jason: You saw him pull a gun.
Brian: But I've got be able to prove that in court.
Jason: You know, you're going to fit right in to PCPD doing nothing.
Brian: Oh, come on, Jason, we all know what you do for a living. How many times have you walked?
Dillon: Don't drink that.
Sage: Why not? I love brandy.
Dillon: Because if you start drinking now, you'll be sloshed by the time we see the first film, ok?
Sage: Are you sure it's movies and not a designer?
Dillon: I'm watching "Nights of Cabria" to prep. If you decide not to go, I can at least scalp your ticket at the door.
Tracy: Dillon, I see you have company. How nice to see you again, Sage.
Sage: Do you live here, too?
Tracy: From time to time. Would you like a tour?
Sage: That would be so awesome.
Tracy: I'm sure Dillon would be delighted to give you a tour. Dillon, sweetheart? Dillon.
Dillon: I'm busy.
Tracy: I'm your mother, whether you like it or not, and you will not treat me like a servant and you will not be rude to your guest. Give Sage a tour.
Sage: Let's start in the bedroom.
Jax: Will you feel better after the dive?
Sam: If the Cassadines sank a fortune in that boat, of course I will.
Jax: I take it you're determined not to talk about your father.
Sam: Wouldn't you rather make a couple of bucks than reminisce about a broken-down old con man? All right.
Sam: Wish me luck.
Man: So, where's my darling daughter?
Jax: How'd you get on the ship?
Man: Well, I came onboard and you didn't notice it so my daughter must really have you hypnotized.
Mike: Hey, hey! Hey! Congratulations. I knew you could do it.
Carly: Thanks. Yeah. He was great with that jury, wasn't he?
Sonny: I just told the truth, that's all.
Bobbie: Well, I for one am very happy for you, Sonny.
Sonny: Oh, thank you.
Carly: Thank you.
Sonny: That's great.
Mike: All right, how about a toast?
Carly: Thank you.
Mike: Here. To my son Michael and to family.
All: To family.
Mike: And to Justus, who finally brought some real justice to this town.
All: Hear, hear.
Bobbie: I'll drink to that one.
Mike: Ahem. So hey, listen --
Carly: Hey, you.
Carly: Don't worry, he'll -- he'll be here. Jason will be here.
Courtney: Am I that obvious?
Carly: You and Jason are going to get back together. I can feel it. To hope.
Courtney: Ah, to hope. And to the best friend that I have ever had. Cheers.
Carly: Cheers. Oh God, I don't believe it.
Carly: Look at that.
Courtney: What -- God, I hate him.
Carly: Yeah, me, too. But think of it this way, Sonny beat him so Ric's got to be choking on it.
Ric: Congratulations. You beat an open-and-shut case.
Sonny: I saw you when I was testifying on the stand. Why didn't you object?
Ric: No grounds.
Sonny: Since when has that stopped a lawyer? You wanted me to hang myself so that way the jury would convict.
Ric: Guess I should've known better.
Ric: You know, I can convince anybody of almost anything, but you had me beat today. Maybe you should've been the lawyer.
Sonny: You can keep trying to take me down, Ric. Ain't going to happen.
Elizabeth: You know, Sonny, maybe Ric just appreciates how much you love your wife. Maybe you're the one who's stuck in the past.
Sonny: Maybe. But I doubt it.
Jason: Capelli blew the hit. He's not going to get another chance to kill Sonny. Neither will you.
Dillon: Yeah. I have to watch this, ok?
Sage: Sit. The bed's nice. I love a firm mattress, don't you?
Dillon: Oh God, cut it out, please.
Sage: Would you just relax?
Dillon: I need to get this done before we leave, ok?
Sage: I think there are better ways to pass the time.
Dillon: Oh, jeez, just relax for one second please.
Sage: Are you still upset about Georgie?
Dillon: Shut up.
Sage: It's her loss.
Sage: Come on. We'll both feel so much better.
Dillon: Don't start.
Sage: We'll make love, go to the film festival, wander around.
Dillon: Here's an idea -- why don't we go to the film festival, you pick up some college guy, and pretend like you don't know me.
Sage: I'm a virgin.
Dillon: Yeah, and Iím Federico Fellini. Nice to meet you.
Sage: I am.
Sage: I'm just a really good liar, that's all.
Dillon: Why would you lie? Nobody cares what you do.
Sage: That's kind of the whole point, you know? I thought I could come here and start over, reinvent myself. I'm tired of being the rich girl with no friends and certainly no boyfriends. So I wasnít.
Dillon: Why don't you have any friends?
Sage: Isn't it obvious? I'm spoiled and selfish and hard to get along with. I don't love anything the way you love movies. I'm just rich and it's mostly drug money. You think what my uncle does is cool, but it isn't. People find out. Parents write the headmistress. "Please don't allow my daughter to associate," etc., etc. I didn't really need friends, anyway. At least that's what I told myself. After a while, you just get used to it, you know?
Dillon: Actually, I do, yeah.
Sage: The holidays were kind of bad. I never once got invited to a party. That's got to be a record. My father would send for me sometimes, but he died last year, right before Christmas. Uncle Lorenzo was working, of course. You want to know something weird? After my dad died, all these presents came after he was already dead, stuff he'd ordered for me.
Dillon: That must've been horrible.
Sage: People have worse lives. I wanted to see my uncle in court. Isn't that stupid? I wanted to watch him stand up to Sonny Corinthos.
Dillon: Why didn't you?
Sage: It was over before I even realized.
Dillon: Your uncle never told you when he was going to testify?
Sage: I'm not exactly a priority. I think my uncle loves me. But I'm optional, you know?
Dillon: Why are you telling me this?
Sage: Who knows? Maybe I'm bored. Maybe I'm lying. Which version of me do you want -- the poor, little rich virgin with no friends at all or the girl who did Paris, Milan, and most of Barcelona?
Georgie: Have you seen Dillon?
Tracy: Did he invite you over?
Georgie: No, but I think he might be with Sage.
Tracy: And what makes you think that?
Georgie: Well, she left the hospital with him, or -- or anyway, they got on the elevator together.
Tracy: I hardly think an elevator sighting is cause for alarm.
Georgie: Wait, you were supposed to be keeping Dillon and Sage and Alcazar apart. I mean, and what about Alcazar? Is Dillon still working for him?
Tracy: Dillon is a teenage boy. He never listens to his mother.
Georgie: You lied to me. No, you never intended to keep Dillon away from Sage or Alcazar. You just wanted me to break up with him!
Tracy: And you think you're such a smart cookie. Can't believe you fell for it.
Jax: Sam's not here.
Man: Yeah, where is she? She diving for pearls, sunken treasure?
Jax: It's not your concern.
Man: Mm-hmm. Samantha's really got you just where she wants, doesn't she? Which story did she tell you? That I abandoned her and her poor mama just outside of Las Vegas, or that I stole all her money and I used it to buy cheap booze, slot machines, wild women? She usually tells that story early on just to kind of soften up the mark.
Jax: I'll keep that in mind.
Man: Hmm, you know, you got yourself tangled up with one of the finest con artists in the world. Samantha comes from eight generations of smooth-talking scammers, but she's the only one who ever ripped off her old man.
Jax: And you've come back to collect, is that it?
Man: Nah, don't worry about me, kid. Sam left me high and dry in the desert. No water, no flask, not even a strip of beef jerky, but I know how to handle her.
Jax: I want you out of here.
Man: Fine. Good. I'm out of here. Goodbye. I just wanted to wish you good luck. You're going to need it -- sooner than you think.
Scott: Hey, look, I never said Sonny Corinthos was history! What is your name? Oh, yeah, right -- Jerry! Listen, Jerry, you print any of this stuff, you run anything, and I will never give you a taste -- goodbye! What do you want?
Brian: Well, as you know, Ric Lansing recruited me to clean up corruption in the police department.
Scott: Ok, ok, so what's your point?
Brian: Capelliís on the take from Lorenzo Alcazar.
Lorenzo: Why would I bother killing Sonny? I already have what he wants -- Carlyís love.
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Georgie: You don't care about Dillon about at all, do you?
Tracy: Of course I do. He's my son.
Georgie: But what if he gets shot again? What if you can't get him out of jail next time?
Tracy: I told him to be more careful.
Georgie: Oh, you have got to be the worst mother in the entire universe.
Tracy: Whoa! Well, that may be true, but at least Iím not in Texas. Isn't that where Lucretia was last seen?
Georgie: My mother's name is Felicia.
Tracy: Good for you for remembering. It's been so long. Look, I -- I do want to make you feel a little bit better. Actually, my plan didn't work. Dillon is miserable without you. In fact, he's inconsolable. He's bereft.
Georgie: He is?
Tracy: Yep. Came in the house, went straight to bed. Maybe you should go up there and see if your love can pull him through.
Jax: You must be freezing.
Sam: Yeah. Salvaging that freighter's going to be a lot of work, but at least there's no cargo to bring up.
Jax: You found nothing at all?
Sam: Yeah, just this weird-looking thing here.
Sam: Jax, what was my father doing here?
Jax: How'd you know your father was here?
Sam: Because you do not smoke cigars and this is his brand. What, did he want money?
Jax: Nope, no. He thinks that you have me hypnotized.
Sam: Oh, really? What, is that what you think, that this is all a scam?
Jax: No, of course not.
Sam: No, is that -- what, now you're just going to believe him and --
Jax: No, Sam, Iím not going to take your father's word --
Sam: Well, you know what, the hell with all of you then!
Brian: So I think Capelliís been working with Alcazar for quite for a while.
Scott: Is that it?
Brian: The sooner you pull his badge, the better.
Scott: You know what, if I find out that you're in cahoots, sheriff, with Morgan, Iíll pull your badge.
Brian: Excuse me?
Scott: That's right, you had plenty of opportunities to take Morgan out. You didn't do it.
Brian: I'm a police officer. My job is to uphold the law, not kill anyone you don't like.
Scott: You're a hick and if you get in my way, if you mess with me, Iíll throw you in jail with the rest of your gangster buddies. You got that, sheriff?
Ric: Hey. The D.A.'s not having a very good day.
Ric: Don't worry about it. He's not going to be around here much longer.
Brian: Why's that?
Ric: The next time Scott Baldwin sticks his foot in his mouth -- and I'm sure it's going to be very, very soon -- Iím going to be right there to step right in his shoes.
Lorenzo: Sonny's a free man. You're not obligated to stand by him. You've got to make up your own mind.
Carly: There is nothing to decide. There never has been. Everything that you did to me -- taking me hostage, following me back here, trying to drive my husband crazy -- it was a waste because I'm never going to love you, Lorenzo.
Lorenzo: You sure about that?
Carly: Oh. Oh, I see, Iím supposed to question how I feel. Is that the idea? Now that you've stolen my life, you want me to doubt my own heart? Guess what -- it's not going to happen because everything that I felt for you, it was a dream, it was a lie. You were never a history professor, we never shared a life together, and God knows I never loved you, and I don't love you now.
Lorenzo: All right, you're angry because I testified against Sonny.
Carly: You don't get to ruin my life. You don't get to steal me from Sonny. I know that I love my husband. I may not feel in the way that I used to, but Iím going to soon. You do not get to destroy everything that's been precious to me in my life. You just don't -- ow.
Lorenzo: What is it?
Jason: Back off!
Sonny: Carly? Carly?
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Skye: There's something I need you to do for me.
Georgie: Oh, my God, Dillon.
Sage: Don't you knock?
Sam: I think this tiara's real.
Lorenzo: I love Carly. I'm part of her life.
Courtney: That is not love. It is just sick obsession.
Sonny: You all right?
Carly: I had a dream.
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