General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 6/23/04
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Lois: Whoa. Hey! Ow!
Dillon: Jeez! Oh, sorry.
Lois: Why is there water all over the ground and all over me?
Dillon: Uh -- yeah. The -- the sprinklers accidentally came on, but don't worry, nothing was, you know, damaged or anything.
Lois: Great, Iím glad to hear it --
Lois: Because with our current budgetary restraints, L&B can't afford new recording equipment.
Dillon: No, no, no, everything's fine. Um -- unfortunately, Lynnís only demos were kind of burned, and that's probably what you came here for.
Lois: Actually, no. I came here to see you.
Dillon: Uh-huh. So I must be in more trouble than I thought.
Lois: Why, is trouble a common condition for you?
Dillon: Uh -- yeah, you could maybe say that.
Lois: Well, relax because so far, you're not in the doghouse with me. Ned asked me to come onboard here full-time and I said yes. So I expect things to be run a little differently around here. The company is about to receive the full force of my -- if I do say so myself -- formidable focus. But I digress. The point is we're about to be put back on the map.
Dillon: That is great.
Lois: And I would love for you to be involved, under one condition -- that you are willing to work off your cute, little tush and do everything I say with no questions asked because I don't like to be questioned. Are you with me so far?
Carly: Hey, are you in pain? I can call the nurse for you. Hmm?
Sonny: I'm not exactly comfortable, but I don't need any more medication. All I can do is lie quiet; wait to heal.
Carly: Yeah, and to lie quiet and wait is making me crazy, isn't it? It's a hell of a lot better, though, to be bored and restless than dead and buried.
Sonny: The only reason Iím still alive is you.
Courtney: Jason, I thought that you were at the hospital.
Jason: Courtney, you need to leave right now.
Courtney: Why? What's going to happen? This is about that guy who shot Sonny and tried to kill you, isn't it? So do you know what he wants? I mean, what, is it about business?
Jason: This is about as personal as it gets.
Nico: Hello, kitten. Did you miss me?
Sam: Nico. Why did you come here? I was on my way to meet you.
Nico: You took too long. I don't want to lose another minute. You know, Sam, you really disappoint me.
Sam: Already? That must be some kind of record! Get off of me!
Nico: Don't pretend you don't know what I'm talking about. I told you to wait for me; keep yourself nice and pure. And what do you do? You get involved with two men. Now I got to kill both of them.
Lucky: Hey, Em, you all right?
Lucky: You sure?
Emily: Really, yeah.
Lucky: Well, what happened? One minute we were connecting, and then the next you just kind of --
Emily: Yeah, I bolted, I know. I'm sorry. It's just this is happening way too fast for me. I'm not sure how I feel about anything at this point. What I do know is that you are the last person in the world that I would ever want to hurt.
Lucky: I know that, Emily. I do.
Emily: Ok. You know, we've been friends since before we were teenagers. I mean, I was 11 when we met; you were 12. God, does that seem like eons ago or what? We've seen each other through it all, Lucky -- first loves, terrible losses, and --
Lucky: Now here we are, on the other side, all grown up.
Emily: Theoretically, yeah.
Lucky: I know you're all scared about changing who we are. It scares me, too, but not enough to let it stop me.
Sonny: I don't remember a lot between being shot and you coming to the convent. The nuns kept telling me that I was asking for you. But I was in and out of it and I'm not quite sure what was a dream and what was real.
Carly: Yeah, well, what do you remember?
Sonny: I needed to find you and I had something important to tell you.
Carly: Well, I'm here. You can tell me now.
Sonny: That's where I lose it, because I can't -- I can't -- I can't remember what I had to say.
Carly: Well, you know, maybe it was just as simple as a cry for help and you just wanted to come home.
Sonny: Home. I guess that's you.
Sonny: When I woke up and I saw you, for the first time, I -- I wasn't mad anymore. I was glad you were there.
Carly: I was just so glad that you were alive. I forgot to be mad, too.
Jason: You don't have to worry. It's just one guy with a grudge.
Courtney: Yeah, against you and Sonny.
Jason: Looks that way, yeah. Come on, come on, come on, come on. Sam? Sam, if you're there, pick up the phone.
Courtney: What now?
Jason: I can't explain. Just try to keep safe, ok?
Jax: Uh-uh, uh-uh.
Courtney: Jax --
Jax: Call this an intervention. I'm going to stop you from backsliding.
Nico: Stop it! Stop it.
Sam: Trust me! Please, Nico, trust me, Sonny and Jason are trouble that you don't need, ok?
Nico: Oh, you're concerned.
Nico: I'm touched.
Sam: Just take my advice and go! Go!
Nico: Not without you. God, Sam, do you have any idea how long Iíve been waiting for this moment? Sitting alone in an 8x12 concrete cell with nothing to do hour after hour but think about you? I mean, my first plan was just to hunt you down and kill you.
Nico: Don't worry! I was just mad because you testified against me. I got over that once I realized the cops didn't give you any choice. To tell you the truth, I'm kind of glad you didn't have to do any time. It would've made you hard and ugly. That would've broken my heart. I wanted you to be exactly the way I remembered you, and you are, if not better.
Sam: Leave me alone!
Nico: Don't! Hey!
Sam: No! Please!
Nico: Don't you dare pull away from me!
Sam: There's no need to get physical! Stop it, please!
Nico: What? Since when did you become some kind of delicate flower?
Sam: I just don't like being manhandled.
Nico: No, there's more. That explains why your boyfriend Sonny chased you down to that convent. They do adoptions there. Don't lie to me.
Sam: I'm pregnant.
Nico: That's too bad. That's definitely going to slow us down.
Lois: Ok, the rules of employment at L&B are, Number One, we are in the music business -- emphasis on "business," ok? You are not allowed to indulge in any kind of symbolic gesture which could result in fires, floods, or anything else that could damage expensive equipment.
Dillon: Ok, the reason that we burned Brooke Lynnís demos was so that she felt assured that she wouldn't be forced to sing.
Lois: Oh, Rule Number Two, never, ever use the phrase "forced to sing." No, because that implies some helpless, poor girl that is shackled to a mike in a sound booth, deprived of food and water until she opens up her throat and warbles, which is not what I or anybody else tried to do to Brooke Lynn. Ok, while we're on that subject, my daughter is no diva. She does not have her stripes, so she does not get to place demands, silent or otherwise, nor does she need to be coddled or have any kind of special attention of any kind. Ok, Number Three, absolutely no nepotism. Everybody over here is equal. It doesn't work any other way. So if you have any inclination there's going to be some kind of artistic difficulties that you need to be part of, you just walk out the door, say so right now, and we'll all remain friends.
Ned: Hey. How's it going?
Dillon: I don't -- I don't know. I thought that I was being hired, but this kind of sounds like an exit interview.
Lois: I was talking too fast, right? You know what, it's a character flaw. I am completely aware of it, and you'll get used to it.
Dillon: So Iím not fired?
Lois: No, absolutely not. Of course not. Dillon, I think you are adorable, I really do, and I think that you can bring loads to the table here, but what we're going to have to have here is so much hard work to make L&B pop again, all right, and I need to know that my staff is as serious as I am.
Dillon: Consider my tush at your disposal.
Lois: That's what I like to hear.
Lynn: Hey, listen, I just want to thank you again for renting that room to me. I really appreciate it.
Mike: Ah, listen, no harm, no foul. I'm just glad that you're back in touch with your parents. Hey, it's the best thing for you.
Lynn: Right. I hate when people say that. I mean, especially when they don't understand just what a pain my mother really is. Anyway, hey, do you think that there's a chance that Dillon might change his mind about working for L&B?
Georgie: Why do you want him to?
Lynn: Look, Georgie, I've just seen this happen so many times, ok? My mom, she will befriend Dillon, all right, she'll take him under her wing, and he'll be thrilled. She'll poison his mind like a virus and he will come to me and he will be like, "Brooke, you know what, your mom, she's actually pretty cool, and, oh, by the way, she's hot." I guarantee -- I guarantee it, Georgie. I guarantee he will come to me and he will be like, "ok, so I've thought about it, and what is -- you know, what's the risk of recording a couple songs? And while you're at it, why don't you learn a couple dance steps, too?" Look, he won't have time to be your boyfriend, ok? He will belong to my mom. He will be her Frankenstein and his only goal in life will be to successfully complete all of her dirty work. And, Georgie, I just -- ok, look, I don't exactly know what it is that I'm going to have to do, but I do know that it's going to have to be drastic and it has to be soon, Georgie, like, now.
Courtney: Jason is important to me, Jax, and I won't apologize for worrying about him.
Jax: Jason is more than capable of taking care of himself. I think you know that by now. You should worry about your own plans -- like having dinner with me tonight in the park.
Courtney: Sorry, Iím busy.
Jax: Let me guess -- you're going to take up your hand-wringing station next to Carly and wait for word that Jason is once again safe? The relief will, no doubt, have you running back into his arms for yet another go-around at something you know can't possibly work. But I wouldn't dream of interrupting your pattern since it's worked so well for you in the past. But just in case you do decide to come to your senses and change your pattern, the dinner invitation stands. Number one in your speed-dial. Just know that I won't wait forever.
Carly: Listen, Sonny, I realize that no magic wand has been waved here and we still have our problems that are unresolved, just to state things mildly, but it just doesn't seem as important to me as it did yesterday or the week before. I mean, I have wished you out of my life plenty and I have wished for all this pain to stop, but I have never, ever wished you dead. And when I was -- when I was reminded how quickly that could happen, I -- you know, it just -- it doesn't seem to make sense to hang on to all of this anger and all of this resentment in -- in the face of life and death. You know, why have we been so petty for so long?
Sonny: I don't know. I just -- you know, I want to figure out a way to make -- I want to figure out a way to make all this work.
Carly: Do you really mean that?
Sonny: I just -- I want us to find our way back to trusting each other.
[Knock on door]
Sonny: Hey, buddy.
Michael: You and I have something very important to discuss. In private.
Nico: Thank you.
Sam: I've done everything you asked.
Nico: Yeah, but you're the best little liar I know. I'd be a fool to take you on your word. You'd be a fool to underestimate -- oh! Come here!
Sam: No! Ugh!
Nico: Get up!
Sam: Ow! Ow!
Nico: You just don't learn, do you?
Jason: Let her go!
Nico: Drop it or kiss her goodbye.
Nico: Oh -- me first.
Jason: You got one chance to get out of this alive -- gun on the ground and just walk away.
Nico: You think I care if you kill me? I'd rather be dead than see her with anyone else. Believe me, if I go, I'm taking Sam with me.
Doorman: Was that gunfire?
Jason: Yeah, call 911! Are you hurt?
Sam: I'm fine, Jason. I need a hospital. The baby --
Sonny: Ok, we're alone. What's this matter you need to discuss with me?
Michael: You can't get shot anymore. We need a guard on you 24/7. No going out alone.
Sonny: Ok. I'll take that into consideration.
Michael: Daddy, you have to. Mommy got scared when you got shot; so was Morgan. You can't scare the people you love.
Sonny: What about you? Were you scared?
Michael: Maybe a little. I tried not to show it.
Sonny: You're the bravest kid I know. And I give you my word that Iíll try to be more careful from now on. But you should be concentrating on school, hanging out with your friends, sports. It's not up to you to take care of your mom and me. We're supposed to be taking care of you. And we will -- we're going to always be there for you. We're not going anywhere. You trust me on that, right?
Michael: Sure, Dad.
Sonny: Ok, get in this bed and lie next to me, will you?
Sonny: Hey, buddy. All right, buddy.
Bobbie: So when did Michael turn into a little Sonny?
Carly: It's been a gradual process.
Bobbie: That's kind of disconcerting.
Carly: He adores his father.
Bobbie: As he should.
Carly: Ok, Mom, what is it? What is it?
Bobbie: I don't know what you mean.
Carly: There is underlying disapproval going on here, and I know that I have my problems with Sonny, but never once have I questioned his fitness as a parent, and neither should you. All he wants for his kids is a better life than what he had.
Bobbie: Carly, it's not just fathers that feel that way. I wanted your life to be better than mine. I wanted you to make smarter choices. I wanted you to not put your heart on the line so easily.
Carly: Ok, I get that you do not support my relationship with Sonny.
Bobbie: It's not about support. I just hate seeing you get hurt over and over again.
Carly: Well, it's different this time, ok? I want my marriage to work. I just don't want it on the same terms. So Iím not going to allow myself to lose myself completely in Sonny anymore. I am going to keep my own plans; I'm going to keep my own dreams.
Bobbie: I hope you can.
Carly: Somehow, despite everything that Sonny and I have gone through, we are able to help each other when we need it. And I just feel that if we can add respect to the lessons that we have learned for ourselves, for each other, that maybe we really do have another chance.
Lois: Do you think I was too rough on him?
Ned: Dillon? No. You were brilliant, as always. It was actually a pleasure to see you back in action.
Lois: You know, I might have to remind you you said that, because I was going over the figures last night and, with all due respect to your efforts, the situation looks a little dismal.
Ned: I know. You know what? I have been distracted and --
Lois: No, you know what, you don't have to explain. The past is behind us and we're moving on to a whole new set of priorities, first of which is that we need to sign new talent -- I mean yesterday for, like, a buck fifty, bare-bones productions here -- unless we can get more than a commitment out of Mr. Alcazar. I'm talking a check in hand. You know, maybe I need to persuade him that talk is cheap and he needs to put his money where his mouth is.
Ned: It would be my pleasure to set up a meeting with Mr. Alcazar. He won't know what hit him.
Lois: His niece, too. What's her name? Chaparral?
Lois: Yeah, whatever. I listened to her demo and she's -- you know, she's got potential, but she is nowhere near the talent that our Brookie is.
Lois: Look who's here, right on cue. Your ears must have been burning.
Ned: Hey, Brooke. I'm surprised to see you back here at the dreaded studio.
Lynn: I have a favor to ask both of you, and, if you agree, it could go a long way towards making peace.
Emily: Do you get how completely unfair this is? There is no way to resist you.
Lucky: Mmm. Mmm.
Emily: You know me better than I know myself.
Lucky: That's funny -- I was thinking the exact same thing.
Emily: Uh --
Lucky: Give me those.
Emily: Which means that you know better than anyone how deeply I loved Nikolas. Yes, I may have accepted that he's gone from my life, but that doesn't mean Iím ready to move on in any kind of romantic way. And even if I were, I don't know if it should be with you.
Emily: No. Look, I meant I don't want to risk anything that could cost me your friendship. It means too much to me.
Lucky: Emily, I feel the same way. Unless you were just gearing up to tell me that I gross you out or something.
Emily: Don't be silly.
Lucky: Well, maybe you were just going to tell me that Iím a bad kisser.
Lucky: Just a little bit of work.
Emily: A little, yeah.
Lucky: Just a little.
Lynn: It's called "The Best of the Best of Film Noir" -- seven films, two days.
Ned: I had no idea you were such a film buff.
Lois: First I'm hearing of it.
Lynn: What would you know, ma? Seriously, you don't know anything about what I like, ok? You never cared to ask. You were always too busy trying to make me live my life your way.
Lois: Brookie, that is not true.
Lynn: Come on.
Lois: It's just not. And I'm sorry that you feel that way, ok, but rather than get into yet another argument about it, let's just cut to the very painful chase -- you ran away, so you got grounded, so, no, you are not going to some film festival in Manhattan or anyplace else.
Lynn: Would you reason with her, please? Look, Dad, I came here, ok? I'm asking permission. That's being responsible, besides the fact that I'm going to be with Dillon and Georgie the whole time. Dillon, my own uncle, ok? He's not going to let me get into trouble. Come on.
Ned: I'm sorry. I have to agree with your mother on this one.
Lynn: No, no, you don't, ok? Look, the fact is, is you'll never be able to stand up to her.
Ned: Brooke --
Lynn: God, I can't believe I even came to either of you to ask anything. Look, just forget I was ever here.
Ned: Brooke --
Lynn: Forget it.
Lois: Thanks for backing me up.
Ned: You sound surprised that I would.
Lois: Frankly, yeah. I know you would've loved to have played big Daddy right there, given Brooke Lynn platinum cards to go off to New York shopping with. And I bet you would've given those kids a four-star hotel room.
Ned: Giving in to my daughter at this time is probably not the best way to make up for all the times that I wasn't with her.
Lois: You know, all those summers that I took Brooke Lynn off on tour, I realized that I was cutting into her time with you. I just -- I wanted our child to love rock 'n' roll the way we did. I wanted to give Brooke Lynn a firsthand look at the lights on stage and the electricity of the crowd and how in, like, an hour or so, they're standing on their feet screaming for more.
Ned: Yeah, there's nothing like it. There's nothing like stepping up to that mike and singing with all your heart and feeling the crowd, the love, the acceptance.
Lois: Hmm. That's what meant the most to you, right?
Ned: No. No. It was you standing in the wings, so excited, you were practically levitating, dancing to the music and mouthing every word to every song.
Lois: What can I say? I was a sucker for my Eddie.
Nurse: Dr. Meadows, report to Exam Room One. Paging Dr. Meadows to Exam Room One.
Courtney: Excuse me, could you page Carly Corinthos, please?
Nurse: Oh, I'll be with you in just a moment.
Dr. Meadows: What is it?
Nurse: A patient of yours is coming in. She's 4 1/2 months pregnant and she was in some sort of fight.
Dr. Meadows: What happened?
Sam: This guy, he grabbed me.
Jason: He hit her pretty hard.
Dr. Meadows: Ok, follow me. Are you experiencing any bleeding, any cramping?
Nurse: Who did you want me to page again for you?
Courtney: Um -- you know, never mind. I changed my mind.
Carly: Hey. Come on, it's time to go home.
Michael: Aw, Mom. We just got here.
Carly: I know, but your dad needs to rest.
Sonny: Your mama's right. The more I sleep; the quicker Iím out of here. Now, give me a kiss and get out of here.
Michael: Love you, Daddy.
Sonny: All right, buddy. Bye.
Michael: Aren't you going to kiss Daddy good night?
Ned: It blew me away to hear our daughter singing our song. Blew me away.
Lois: She's amazing, right?
Lois: Well, not that she wouldn't be. She comes from great stock.
Ned: She said modestly.
Lois: Unfortunately, the track doesn't exist anymore because the kids burned it because they wanted to obliterate, I guess, any evidence of Brooke Lynnís phenomenal talent.
Ned: The kids didn't burn the only copy.
Ned: I happen to have one right over here. You see, Iím not as dumb as I look.
Ned: Care to dance?
Lois: I don't think that's a very great idea.
Ned: We danced the other night. Nothing happened -- no fires, no floods, no disaster of any kind. Where's the harm in pressing our luck?
Lois: See, that is a loaded question.
Ned: Come on.
Lynn (On tape): In the times of uncertainty
Lois: Ok. One dance. One.
Lynn (On tape): Youíre my shelter through the fear I know I always thought our goal was somehow worth the cost I learned I'm not afraid to say you're the only one
Lynn (On tape): I love the only one I love.
Lynn: Well, I hope you and Dillon have a fun time at the film festival.
Georgie: No luck with your parents, huh?
Lynn: I couldn't even get my dad on my side. Man, I thought his guilt would be good for something.
Georgie: I know what you mean. In my family, my mom is the one with the guilt. And I know that if the surefire ticket doesn't punch, I need to back off and quit fighting.
Lynn: How do you do that?
Georgie: Do what?
Lynn: No, seriously, how do you fit in? You know, like, when your parents are being unreasonable, you back off. I just -- I don't understand. And, Georgie, you got this amazing boyfriend. He honestly respects you for who you are. I mean, he doesn't just want to mack on you all day, and that is so cool. You are so lucky.
Georgie: And you're so wrong.
Georgie: Yeah. The only halfway cool thing that I have ever done is fall in love with Dillon. Can you believe I haven't even slept with him yet?
Lynn: Wait. No, you're joking?
Georgie: I'm, like, the last virgin alive. I know that's really lame and everything --
Lynn: No, no, no, Georgie. Look, I totally disagree, ok? I think it is so cool that Dillon is willing to wait until you are ready. Wait, that is why you guys haven't?
Georgie: Oh, the reasons change, mostly because something weird happens, and Dillon wants our first time to be perfect.
Lynn: Like I said, you've got it all.
Lucky: Hey, Mike.
Mike: Hey, Lucky.
Lucky: I was -- I was hoping I could talk you into closing Kellyís early this week. I'll take any night.
Mike: Well, I'd have to know why.
Lucky: I want to make dinner for Emily. See, Kellyís closed meals used to be kind of a tradition for us back in high school -- you know, me, Elizabeth, Emily, and Nikolas -- and I just want to try it with a new twist -- you know, dinner for two, make it into a real date.
Mike: You and Emily?
Lucky: Well, you know, we've been spending a lot of time together, and I thought no harm in that, right?
[Piano music plays]
Jax: Not really. But I'm starting to be sure of you.
Courtney: Yeah, I'm not sure that I like that.
Jax: No, no, no, it's a compliment. You're too smart to fall back into destructive habits. And I'm going to do my part to make sure that your new opportunities are as attractive as possible.
Dr. Meadows: The heartbeat is steady. That's a good sign. The ultrasound should let us know if there's been any trauma.
Dr. Meadows: It looks good.
Sam: Ok. Thank God. I was really scared about that.
Dr. Meadows: Hmm. And you had reason to be. You know, you just had surgery to help you to carry to term. You were supposed to go home to rest. Now, if your home is unsafe, Sam should get out. And if you're unsafe, you should stay away from her -- assuming you want this child to live to be born.
Lois: I knew it.
Lois: I knew it! I knew that you would try to make a move on me! I cannot believe -- slow dancing in the studio? I cannot believe I fell for that! You need to take three steps back and punt, mister, because we have been down this road before, and where did it get us? Broken hearts all the way around. No, I am going to keep a professional distance from you or I'm going to take Brooke Lynn and I am going to disappear so fast and so far, you're not going to be sure that we were ever here, ok? So this is your call to make, Romeo -- strictly business or see you later, bye.
Ned: Business works for me.
Lois: I am so glad that you agree. Oh -- see you in the morning.
[Piano music plays]
Jax: You're a million miles away. Perhaps we should skip dinner after all.
Courtney: No. Absolutely not, no. Jax, it's beautiful, and I'm flattered that you would go to all this trouble for me.
Jax: Yeah, but you're upset. Something happen?
Courtney: I -- I went to the hospital to get the update from Carly on what's going on with Jason --
Jax: Oh, right.
Courtney: And it turns out I didn't have to ask. Jason and Sam got off the elevator, and Sam was in a wheelchair. There had been some kind of fight and they were scared for the baby and, you know, I felt terrible for them -- I did -- because I felt that fear. I lived it. You know, that danger that never goes away, that -- that constant threat on everyone you love, and, you know, a funny happened. I realized that it had absolutely nothing to do with me. I was out of it. So I got on the elevator and I walked to the park and, you know, for the first time, I wasn't annoyed to see you and I wasn't irritated by your arrogant presumption.
Jax: Oh, right. Hmm.
Courtney: I was actually glad you were waiting for me. And I was excited about having dinner, having fun.
Jax: Wow. Well, I -- you know, I would call that real progress.
Jax: "Well," what?
Courtney: Oh, come on, Jax. I mean, isn't this the part where you tell me I'm starting to fall for you?
Jax: No. No, but it's entirely possible that Iím starting to fall for you.
Sonny: Emily. What are you doing here?
Emily: Um -- I -- I wanted to tell you that Sam and the baby are ok.
Sonny: Why wouldn't they be? What happened?
Emily: I thought you knew. Uh -- some guy tried to kidnap Sam, and there was a fight. Luckily, Jason was there.
Michael: You and Daddy used to kiss all the time. How come you don't unless I ask you to?
Carly: Hmm, Michael. Ok. You know how when you build a house, you have to start from the bottom and work your way up, right? Ok, well, relationships are kind of like that, too. And you can't start with the roof, right? You got start with that foundation and build your way up. And when Daddy and I were fighting, we kind of -- um -- we kind of knocked down part of the house. But our foundation's still there, and so we're just trying to rebuild it. And we have to go slowly because we want to be careful with each other. We want our family -- that's you, right, and Morgan -- and we want that to be really solid. So if you are patient with us -- I know it's difficult, but if you are and you just give it some time, I hope that we're going to be able to build a really strong and solid family.
Sam: I know what Dr. Meadows was just saying in here, but I should really take responsibility for my own actions.
Jason: The main thing is we have to keep that baby safe.
Sam: Dr. Meadows has it all wrong. I am the one who messed up today. No, I should've stayed home like you asked. I made it easy for Nico to find me. Jason, this baby is -- is so fragile, and with Nico so violent and unpredictable, anything could happen. But you found us. And I know I have been saying this a lot since I came to this town, but you saved me and my baby. And I really don't think I could thank you enough.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Courtney: Do you have any idea how bad you just made me look?
Jax: I think I just helped send my ex-wife to prison!
Carly: I've got a favor to ask you.
Jason: What do you want?
Faith: We're moving on to plan B. I want to frame Sonny.
Sam: You don't regret us?
Sonny: My life is better because of you.
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