General Hospital Transcript Friday 3/25/05
Proofread by Kathy
Jason: Sonny, everything's in place. We're going to take out Sandoval and all his captains while you're at the dedication playground, okay? And I'm going to handle Armando Sandoval myself.
Sonny: No, you won’t.
Woman: Good afternoon, Mr. Sandoval. Some of your party have arrived. Follow me.
Armando: Oh, what's this? You can't wait for the boss, eh?
Armando: Como estas, eh?
Man: Have a seat.
Jax: To feeling lucky.
Courtney: You have no idea.
Jax: Okay. Now, why don't you tell me?
Courtney: Tell you what?
Jax: What I have no idea about.
Courtney: Jax, I was just kidding.
Courtney: Yeah. It's just something to say.
Jax: Something to do with Rachel?
Courtney: Is she all you ever think about?
Jax: What's really going on with you two?
Carly: Agent Marshall, my son grew up in this park. Jason used to push him on those swings over there, and we had fun no matter what was going on in our lives. There is no way that Sonny is using this dedication as an alibi. It is a memorial to our son.
A.J.: So, Michael, ever been camping before? Probably not. Sonny doesn't strike me as the camping type. Well, think of this as a -- a camping trip, our first of many. I'm going to stoke the fire. Want to help me? Michael? Want to help?
A.J.: Thank you.
A.J.: What? What's the matter? What's the matter?
Michael: Something bit me.
Courtney: I don't understand why you are so obsessed with Rachel, Jax. She's just difficult sometimes. She's been through a lot.
Jax: Well, I didn't get anywhere with her at Kelly’s, in case you're wondering.
Courtney: You took her to Kelly’s?
Jax: I followed her there after the hospital. Yeah, Rachel enjoys my company, so I thought I could, you know, charm her into telling me what she's really after.
Courtney: I can't believe that you were with her at Kelly’s. Did you eat anything?
Jax: What difference does that make?
Courtney: Jax, don't play games with Rachel.
Jax: Well, we had a plate of French fries that we shared.
Courtney: Well, now, you don't understand how she thinks.
Jax: Then why don't you explain it to me?
Courtney: Can we just please change the subject? Just --
Jax: You know, a couple more questions. How many times have you asked Rachel to move out?
Courtney: I don't know, Jax. I've lost count.
Jax: Then why is she still there?
Rachel: What I tell Courtney is none of your business.
Steven: Why would she want me to apologize to you? What did you tell her?
Rachel: Well, what do you think I told her?
Steven: Well, maybe that we both made a bad call when we were residents years ago. A patient died who shouldn't have, and then you took responsibility and I didn’t.
Rachel: And that your career took off while mine fell apart?
Steven: Look, I handled that situation badly. But my real transgression, my real problem -- my mistake was breaking up with you, right?
Rachel: Oh, you didn't give a damn about that patient or me.
Steven: What difference does any of this make to Courtney?
Rachel: None that I know of. I have no idea why she's bothering you.
Steven: Rache, you think we could just agree to let this go? Because I've told you how sorry I was --
Rachel: No, you haven’t. Because you weren't sorry then and you're not sorry now.
Carly: Today is about Michael. I don't want to hear about hits or alibis or anything else.
Reese: I am trying to give you a heads-up.
Carly: You are trying to make yourself feel better because you couldn't find Faith Rosco before she shot my son and she threw him in a swamp! You said you were going to bring all three children home safe and sound and you failed, Agent Marshall, and it's probably because your real assignment was to get Sonny. And now you're having second thoughts about that, too, and you are trying to fix something that you do not understand.
Reese: All I want to do is help.
Carly: Oh. Sam? Agent Marshall here wants to help. Why don't you give her a balloon to blow up?
Sam: Is there a problem?
Reese: This ceremony is an alibi for Sonny and Jason.
Sam: Why would Sonny and Jason need an alibi?
Reese: They're planning a preemptive strike against the Sandoval leadership.
Sam: A what?
Reese: Sam, it will happen during this dedication.
Carly: You know what? She wants to cancel the ceremony.
Reese: All right, just stop, all right? Just stop denying what is right in front of you here and think. John Durant is all over this case. Can you imagine what that would be for him to bust Sonny?
Carly: There's nothing to bust Sonny for.
Reese: Sonny is going after the Sandovals. And you know what's going to happen? He's going to end up in an eight-by-eight-foot cell in Maximum security, and Jason will get the death penalty. Now, is that any way to honor Michael? By allowing his father and his uncle to squander their lives?
Jason: Sonny, what are you talking about? I have to handle this personally. Agent Marshall is all over this.
Sonny: That means Ric and Durant probably are, too.
Jason: Well, what do you what to do? You want to call it off?
Sonny: No, this has to happen now, before the Sandovals get any stronger. We have to clarify our position. We have no choice. But they're going to be expecting retaliation after what happened at Kelly’s. I don't want you anywhere near it. You're going to the dedication, Jason.
Jason: Sonny, we have professionals to handle this, but Armando Sandoval -- he's going to be at the Metro Court. It's public, problems might come up. I need to be --
Sonny: I don't want you anywhere near it! We're going to the playground dedication. We're going to be surrounded by witnesses.
A.J.: Man. You're starting to swell up. Does it hurt?
Michael: Not that much.
A.J.: Did you see what bit you?
A.J.: All right. You know what? I better -- I better get some mud from the river and make a poultice to draw out the poison.
Michael: Where did you learn that, some stupid movie?
A.J.: Yes, as a matter of fact. I'll be right back, okay?
Steven: What do you want from me? Look, I can't go back and do things over. You got a bad deal, but you bounced back.
Rachel: Bounced back? It took me years to recover, while you just bounced from one better job to the next. And you know what? You never even looked back. You never thought of me once.
Steven: I thought about you a lot.
Rachel: Then why didn't you ever do anything? Did you ever try to find me, try to make things better, try to make amends?
Steven: I considered it, yes.
Rachel: Yeah, but you did nothing because I meant nothing to you. But you know what? That's my fault, because I fell in love with a selfish, cold-hearted man who loved his career more than he loved the truth, and he loved himself more than he loved me. And I deserve better.
Steven: I agree.
Rachel: I deserve to be loved by a man who has character, and I fully intend to make that happen.
Courtney: Jax, you can't treat this like a bet in Monte Carlo or the stock market or blackjack. You just --
Jax: Why not?
Courtney: Because -- because Rachel might take you seriously, and if she finds out that you don't really care about her, she's going to --
Jax: What, she's going to turn against me? I mean, so what if she does?
Maria: Sorry to interrupt.
Jax: Maria, how's it going?
Maria: Mr. Jacks -- fine, thank you. I just discovered two wedding suppers scheduled for the same time and date.
Jax: Hmm. I didn't hire you a minute too soon, did I?
Courtney: So you're working here now?
Maria: Yes, I'm the new assistant manager.
Courtney: Oh, that's great.
Jax: I had to get special permission from Maria for this lunch because she booked the entire restaurant for a private party.
Maria: What can I say? They paid cash.
Jax: A manager after my own heart.
Courtney: Sounds like you're doing well.
Jax: I'll tell you what -- why don't we move the latter party to the lobby for complimentary hors d'oeuvres and champagne, and then we'll move them up here once the first party moves out.
Courtney: Well, what if the first wedding is slow to leave?
Jax: Well, we'll lure them to the lobby for a complimentary after-party with an open bar.
Maria: Ah. I'll make the arrangements.
Jax: Thanks, Maria.
Courtney: So --
Jax: Now, where were we?
Courtney: When did you hire Maria?
Jax: Nice try. When did things start going sour with Rachel?
Maria: Hello, Lorenzo.
Lorenzo: Hi. I just found out you were working here.
Maria: Oh. Yes. Isn't it great?
Lorenzo: It's great. I thought you wanted to spend more time with Diego as his mother. Creating a home for our son -- isn't that what we agreed?
Maria: Yes, but I never agreed for you to run my life.
Alexis: Dr. Meadows said that everything is fine and I can go home this afternoon.
Ric: That's great.
Alexis: I want to take Kristina to the museum. They have a new exhibit, and it got really good reviews.
Ric: Well, I'm taking Kristina to the dedication of Michael’s memorial playground.
Alexis: Absolutely not.
Sonny: You think I'm wrong?
Jason: I think if we don't stop the Sandovals soon, they're going to try to take us out, Sonny.
Sonny: No, no, I mean using the playground dedication as an alibi. Michael loved that park.
Jason: Yeah, I know. You know, I started taking him there before he was a month old.
Sonny: You know, the playground was supposed to be something we're doing in a good way in his memory.
Jason: It is.
Sonny: So you don't think wiping out the entire Sandoval organization is going to tarnish it just a little bit?
Jason: Michael would like the new playground. And I think he would also like to know that you and Carly and the rest of his family are safe.
Sonny: Yeah, yeah, yeah, you're right. We have to move now, you know. Dedication is a perfect alibi.
[Knock on door]
Max: Agent Marshall.
Jason: Hey, you know what? I told Enzo not to let her in.
Sonny: Jason, it's okay, it's okay.
Jason: I'm --
Sonny: I know -- Jason, I know what I'm doing. I'll see you at the dedication.
Max: Come on in.
Reese: Thanks, Max.
Sonny: You want a drink?
Reese: No, thanks, Sonny. I know this is a difficult day.
Sonny: Yeah, well, Michael -- ahem -- would appreciate what I'm doing. How can I help you?
Reese: I love my work. I'm good at it. I like catching the bad guys.
Sonny: I appreciate that.
Reese: What I'm about to do, I've never done before. It goes against my own professional best interests.
Sonny: Then maybe you shouldn't do it.
Reese: Call off your plans for today, Sonny, or you will be taken into immediate custody.
Courtney: Yes, I want Rachel to move out, okay? I would love it if she would just disappear, but I would also love it if we could think about something else.
Jax: Why are you being so evasive?
Courtney: She just -- she makes me insecure, Jax. Look, I love you, all right, and I don't want anyone to mess it up, including Rachel. I don't believe this.
Rachel: The concierge said something about a private party?
Jax: Oh, I own the place. Would you like to join us?
Maria: Diego is practically a grown man. I don't need to be home all the time. I want to get out and meet some people.
Lorenzo: Then volunteer for something. You don't have to work.
Maria: Ah, I've worked my whole life.
Lorenzo: So take a break. Let me spoil you for a while.
Maria: I'm uncomfortable with it for a lot of reasons, including the way you make your money.
Lorenzo: I see. Did you book the room for those men?
Lorenzo: So you're making money from them. Their hands are a lot dirtier than mine. Maria, those men are very dangerous. You might be better off in your office for a little while.
Man: So I told him –
Bobbie: Hey. Do you need some help?
Carly: Hey. Thanks, I think -- I think we've got it. Mom, I wonder why I didn't think of this sooner. You know, when Michael played in this playground for years, why didn't I think of it while he was still alive? I mean, it never even occurred to me that he might want a better play structure.
Bobbie: Oh, hey, don't even start. Don't ask yourself why you did or didn't do something, and don't start second-guessing your choices. And don't start regretting Michael’s life, because you are a wonderful mother, and he was a happy boy. And if you didn't think about building him a play structure, it's because he didn't seem to need one at the time.
Carly: I just miss him so much.
Bobbie: I know you do.
Carly: Oh, does it ever get any easier?
Bobbie: Yes, it does. It does. And I can't give you a timetable because everybody's different. All I know is that for me, all of a sudden one day I woke up looking forward to something, instead of thinking about the fact that B.J. was gone. And then on a day after that I laughed without bursting into tears. And on a day after that I was finally able to think about my daughter without feeling angry.
Carly: Oh. I don't know, mom, that's the hardest part for me. I'm angry. God, I'm so angry at faith and everyone who was involved -- at God for letting it happen, at Sonny and Jason and myself. I mean, my God, mom, how many times have I pulled myself out of disastrous situations, and how many impossible things have I overcome? How many times have I saved myself? Tell me why -- tell me why I couldn't save Michael.
Bobbie: Oh, honey. I love you. And Michael loves you. And one day very soon you're going to be able to feel that love, and you're going to know that he's with you. And that's when you're going to start to heal.
Sam: Hey. Hi. Do you want to help me with the decorations? I have, like, one arm to use here.
Jason: Do I -- do I have a choice?
Sam: Nope, you don’t. Have me the streamers right over there, please. Jason? Are you okay?
Jason: Yeah, I -- I was just, you know, thinking about how -- how we got stuck decorating at Christmas. I'd walk in, somebody would hand me a bunch of lights to untangle. And Michael would always say, "Jason, when we're done, it's going to look so cool."
Sam: Well, do you think he would like this -- you know, the balloons and all this stuff -- or do you think he would think it was babyish? Maybe we should've done the cars or --
Jason: No, no, no, the balloons -- he knows that his brother and sister, they love balloons, so that would make it okay for him.
Sam: Well, you know he got that from you.
Sam: Well, Sonny and Carly are a lot of things, but selfless isn't one of them. I mean, they want what makes them happy, and they really don't care about anyone else's feelings, really. But Michael is different. Michael wanted his brother to be happy and his sister and his mom and dad, and he always saw you put everybody first. And from seeing that happen over and over, that's where he got that from. I mean, everyone says that Michael is a lot like Sonny and Carly, and he is. He is on the surface. But in his heart, I think he was exactly like you.
Carly: Jason? Can I talk to you alone for a minute?
Jason: What's wrong?
Carly: Agent Marshall came by. And this business move that you and Sonny are planning? She knows about it.
Sonny: I don't know if you know this, but Michael spotted this place in the -- in the newspaper. It was his dream home, you know, the place where he was going to grow up. The grounds, the yard, the tree house, the whole -- the whole thing, you know? I was going to play street ball with him this summer in the driveway. It's a long way from Flatbush Avenue, you know?
Reese: Yes, it is.
Sonny: But I held off buying it because -- I told Michael, I said, "Hey, this place -- we don't need it." Until Ric made an offer for it, so I outbid him.
Reese: What, you didn't want your brother to have what he wanted?
Sonny: Michael really wanted this place, and I knew eventually that, you know, we'd have to come here and pick up Kristina, he'd have to see his sister and her parents in the house that he wanted. I couldn't do that to my son.
Reese: So you bought the house and you gave him his wish.
Sonny: This was supposed to be the place where he was going to be safe behind these walls, you know, living here with me. I couldn't do that. I couldn't -- I couldn't protect my son from my enemies.
Reese: Call off the war with the Sandovals. John Durant is just waiting for the opportunity to arrest you and Jason. This would be the high point of his career.
Sonny: John Durant has hated me even before he got to town. There's no way he's going to build a case against me.
Reese: Call it off, Sonny.
Sonny: Excuse me.
Sonny: It was Carly’s idea to donate the playground because of what it meant to Michael. Jason, he -- he showed him the trees, you know? He knew all the names of the trees. I don't know anything about trees, but running around the bases -- now, that I can teach a kid. Michael and I were going to teach Morgan. That's why I'm -- I'm making the donation. Because I want a place where kids can laugh, run around, just be kids.
Reese: And you also want an alibi.
Sonny: You lost me there.
Reese: The Sandovals are trying to push you out and you want to fight back. Now, Sonny, I offered you an opportunity to get out, but you are opting for a bloodbath. Now, John Durant knows exactly what's going on. He will catch you.
Sonny: Doing what?
Reese: Killing Armando Sandoval, for starters, along with all of his captains.
Sonny: Thank you for the warning.
Reese: You've already lost your son. If you go to prison, you will lose your entire family.
Sonny: I have no intention of losing my family.
Reese: Then you stop this war with the Sandovals before it starts. Leave Armando Sandoval alone.
Max: Too bad. I'm not supposed to let you in here, all right?
John: Well, Max, maybe you should take it up with --
Max: You cannot go --
John: You don't want to touch me like that, pal! Agent Marshall. Fancy meeting you here.
Alexis: First you insist that she spend the night at Sonny's last night, and now you want her to go to a ceremony about Michael, who was kidnapped and murdered?
Ric: I seriously doubt there will be any references as to how Michael died.
Alexis: It's an adult occasion.
Ric: It is a playground occasion.
Alexis: And when she goes to a playground she's going to expect to play, and she won't understand why she can't and why the adults around here are grieving and crying.
Ric: Alexis, it is a family occasion. I think Kristina should be there.
Alexis: I have raised her alone for two years. I'm perfectly capable of knowing what's appropriate for her and what isn’t.
Ric: Morgan is her brother. I think it's very important that she bond with him to be part of his life.
Alexis: They've just been kidnapped together. That's enough bonding for a while, don't you think?
Ric: We might've lost Kristina altogether if not for Michael. He died trying to save her.
Alexis: She's too young to understand that.
Ric: She's not too young to be close to the brother that she has, or to honor the memory of the brother that she lost.
A.J.: Okay, Michael, it's your chance to play in the mud. Oh -- Michael? Hey. Come here. Oh, damn. You are burning up, little friend. Oh, come on. Wake up. Wake up.
Sonny: You here for Carly?
Sonny: She's gone.
John: Oh. Well, I thought I'd give her a ride.
Sonny: Bobby came to pick her up, but I'll tell her you came by.
John: May I ask what you're doing here?
Sonny: Yeah, she's, you know, paying her respects for Michael.
Reese: That's right.
John: Oh. Oh, that's very heartwarming, the sight of you two together. You should make quite an entrance at the dedication, huh?
Sonny: Well, Agent Marshall should be honored. I mean, she did everything she could to save my son.
John: Oh, yeah, yeah. She always approaches her work with great passion. I just hope your next assignment is more successful than your last one.
Reese: It will be. Don't worry.
Sonny: You know what? We better get going because we don't want to get --
John: I'll see you there.
Sonny: Um, did Carly invite you?
Sonny: Then you're not welcome.
John: Well, you see, except for the fact that it's a public park, supported by people who actually pay taxes, I don't need an invitation.
Sonny: Yeah, but, you know what, Durant? I just don't want Carly upset, you know?
John: You know, Sonny, I -- I appreciate that, but, you see, Michael is my grandson by blood. I never placed him in harm's way. I'm going to go to that playground to honor the memory of Michael and mourn the fact that my daughter ever laid eyes on you. Thank you, Max.
Carly: Agent Marshall says that you and Sonny are going to take on the entire Sandoval organization, and that this whole dedication is an alibi.
Jason: Carly, Carly, everything's fine.
Carly: Not if that's true.
Jason: Agent Marshall is a fed. She's going to put pressure on Sonny any way she can, including getting you all upset.
Carly: Jason, I'm not going to go after somebody with a baseball bat. I am not going to dress up in some disguise and try and help. But I have already lost Michael. I cannot lose anybody else.
Jason: You're not going to. Let's just -- let's just think about the dedication. You know, think about Michael. Just let Sonny take care of everything.
Man: A salud!
Armando: Hey, enjoy, eh?
Rachel: Did Jax tell you we were at Kelly’s? Fortunately, he didn't collapse this time.
Jax: Trying to get better acquainted. Rachel didn't say too much about herself, not even the slightest details about a boyfriend. I mean, how can a pretty woman like you still be alone in this life?
Rachel: Career first, you know?
Jax: Well, I'm sure there's a trail of broken hearts out there somewhere.
Rachel: Just mine, but it's starting to heal.
Carly: Hey. Hi. Hi, sweetie. You look very nice.
Sonny: It's an important day.
Carly: Yeah, Agent Marshall seems to think so, too.
Sonny: Whatever she told you, put it out of your mind.
Ric: Hi. Hey, Morgan. Kristina, do you want to give that balloon to Morgan?
Carly: Oh, look.
Ric: She said she wanted to give him a present, so --
Carly: Look at that.
Ric: That's a good girl, huh?
Carly: That's very nice of you. Hey, Kristina, want to come here? Want to come with me and go look at some more balloons? Get you one back, too.
Ric: Stay close, honey.
Sonny: Thanks for bringing her.
Ric: You know, maybe things might've been a little different between the two of us if you and I had shared a balloon or something.
Sonny: I appreciate that she's here. We'll just leave it at that.
Alexis: Where's Kristina?
Ric: She's -- she's right over there with Carly and Morgan. She's fine.
Sonny: How you feeling?
Alexis: Much better, thank you.
Sonny: Well, I'm glad. We're going to be starting soon, so --
Ric: Surprised to see you.
Alexis: You obviously feel entitled to take Kristina wherever you want with or without my permission.
Ric: Let's not fight.
Alexis: Why would you? You won this round.
John: If Armando Sandoval and Val Diamond are alive at the end of the day, I'm charging you with collusion.
Reese: Oh. Well, that would mean that you as a federal prosecutor would've known about several premeditated murders and did nothing to stop them, all in the interest of promoting your own career. Hmm. How do you think that would play at the justice department?
Carly: Okay, so everyone's here except Jax and Courtney. They're always running late.
Jason: You have any idea where they are?
Carly: They were going to have lunch at Metro Court. Jase?
Rachel: Jax isn't being entirely truthful. Are you?
Courtney: What, you expect me to take your word over my fiancé’s?
Rachel: No, it's not that. It's just that he's covering for me, which is just another reason why you are so lucky, Courtney. I mean, a lot of men don't know what gallantry is, and he actually practices it. Which is why he didn't tell you that I started crying at Kelly’s.
Jax: Oh, you had a bad moment. They happen.
Rachel: No, he very perceptively realized that I was upset about an old love. And I didn't go into specifics then, but I know now -- I realize that I have to come clean. I have to tell you the truth.
Courtney: You know what? I'm not going to do this anymore.
A.J.: You don't -- you don't understand, Michael, what they stole from me. Not just nine years of your life. They stole your love, your admiration. Carly, Sonny, my brother -- they lied, threatened, humiliated me. They don't deserve you. I can't give you back. Don't make me. Don't make me. Wake up, okay? Please. Please.
Rachel: I made a serious error as a first-year resident. I wasn't the only one that was at fault, but I took the blame and I covered for --
Courtney: Okay, you know what? You can just forget the excuses and the ancient history and stop trying to justify all the crap you've pulled. It's impossible, Rachel. You're --
Rachel: I'm -- I'm not out to get you, Courtney. Not this time, I swear. Actually, quite the opposite.
Courtney: You faked a change of heart once. I didn't buy it then, and I am not buying it now.
Jax: Look, Courtney, Rachel is obviously trying to say something important. I'd like to hear it.
Courtney: It's a lie, Jax.
Rachel: It isn't, I swear, not this time. Look, I -- I was trying to go on with my life and I was actually doing it, and then I met a man who had a distant connection to the man that hurt me. And then he laid in front of me the thing that I thought that I wanted. Revenge.
A.J.: Hey, hey, you're a tough little kid, Michael. Okay? You're going to be all right. You're going to make it through this. I planned everything perfectly -- okay, everything but the plane crash. Don't make me call for help, okay? Please wake up, Michael. Please? I finally have a chance to be your father. Don't make me give that up, too.
Carly: I don't know, I guess we're going to have to just start without Courtney and Jax.
Sonny: Where's Jason?
Bobbie: I don't know where he went, but he was here a few minutes ago.
Sam: You know, Jason actually said that he would be right back in a minute.
Carly: All right, well, the councilwoman -- she's going to give a speech, right, and she's going to thank us for the dedication, for the check, and say how wonderful the playground's going to be. Here you go.
John: Excuse me, everyone. Welcome. I'm glad that you could all make it here to honor my grandson Michael. Before we get started, though, I would like to say just a few words.
Carly: Oh, he better not turn this into a P.R. stunt.
Sonny: Carly, Carly, let him say what he's got to say. Don't make a scene.
John: Michael was a wonderful little boy. He was mischievous, bright, full of promise. He should've lived a long and productive life. Instead, he died a violent death -- terrified, far from home, taken from his family, and ultimately thrown out like garbage by a professional killer. But Michael died trying to save his little brother and sister. And because of his bravery, Morgan and Kristina are here with us today. So we dedicate this park to their brave big brother, Michael Corinthos iii, a little boy who wanted nothing more than to come home. He never will. But I vow that I will honor Michael’s memory by destroying crime in Port Charles.
Singer: War what is it good for? Absolutely nothing war what is it good for? Absolutely nothing war ain't nothing but a heartbreaker
Singer: Friend only to the undertaker war means tears to thousands of mothers' eyes when their sons go off to fight and their daughters lose their lives in war what is it good for? Absolutely nothing war what is it good for? Absolutely nothing war is the enemy of all mankind the news of war just breaks my heart and blows my mind war has laid waste to a whole generation induction, then destruction and who wants to die in a war? What is it good for? Absolutely nothing tell me, war
John: They have to be stopped, they have to be tried, and they have to be convicted and sent to prison. Organized crime has had a stranglehold on the city of Port Charles for far too long. It stops here, it stops today. For Michael’s sake and the memory of Michael, I'm pledging myself to the task of making the city safe for all of its citizens, especially the children.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Jason: Is she alive?
Jax: Look what you did.
Sonny: You okay?
Carly: I saw a little boy.
Michael: Mom, where are you?
A.J.: Don't worry, your dad's here, okay? I'm going to get you help.
Carly: It's crazy. I thought I saw Michael.
Tony: Nice coat.
A.J.: Let's make a deal.
Reese: That's breaking and entering.
Sonny: Going to press charges?
Reese: Tell me why I shouldn’t.
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