General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 5/15/07
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Jax: Where'd you get this?
Carly: Ric Lansing brought it over so I could I.D. James Craig. That's him. But Michael and Morgan both say this is your brother, Jerry.
Jax: It is my brother.
Jerry: You see, the Metro Court job is supposed to take all of but five minutes to complete. Check the briefcase in a public storage facility, tell me where the chosen location is, I pick it up -- pretty straightforward, but it didn't go as smoothly as you'd promised.
Lorenzo: You were trying to take delivery early. Now, it's not my fault if I suffered a brain bleed. If you want to blame someone for all the complications that arose, blame Sonny Corinthos for shooting me in the head.
Jerry: Oh, you see, Michael Corinthos Jr. and his loyal business partner, Jason Morgan, need to be eliminated -- that's where you come in. I'm going to give you one chance to kill them. If you should fail, I'll kill you instead.
Sonny: From what I hear, you are the 100th most successful woman in America. Is that right?
Kate: Mm-hmm. And?
Sonny: Well, I'm sure that along the way, you've learned that anything worth having doesn't come for free.
Kate: I have already, in fact, offered to pay for the flash drive in question -- which does constitute extortion. However, since I am in no position to quibble, will you just name your price?
Kate: Excuse me?
Sonny: Well, Connie Falconeri used to always brag that she was the best hopscotch champ in the world -- whatever -- so you know what? I just want to see if you still have the skills.
Kate: Oh -- are you serious?
Sonny: What do you think?
Sam: What are you doing here?
Jason: Amelia thought you might need a ride home.
Sam: Oh. Thank you. But I -- why didn't you send Milo? I mean, you've been so busy lately with all your other priorities and stuff, I figured you would have things to do.
Jason: Did -- did something happen at the premiere?
Sam: No. Actually, nothing happened at the premiere. They loved me, they did love me. The show is going to be huge. It -- actually, it's going to be bigger than huge, which means that you, my dear, have a choice to make.
Jason: About what?
Sam: Well, it's simple -- do you want to be with a TV star, or do you want to be with the mother of your child?
Lucky: You know our son is refusing to go to sleep in the nursery?
Elizabeth: And why is that?
Lucky: Well, there are two Brians, a Matthew and a Joshua who are still teasing him about being called "baby boy."
Elizabeth: Then I guess it's time we give you a name.
Lucky: Yeah, you've kept us in suspense long enough, and I know this little guy is eager to find out what name you've picked -- so is the father.
Lucky: You know what? We had a deal. If it was a boy, you would get to pick his name.
Elizabeth: Yes, but it's important to me that you agree with it.
Lucky: I'm going to love whatever name you choose.
Elizabeth: You know, we never really sat down and discussed boy names. That's why I didn't want to say anything in front of Nikolas and Emily, because I thought we should discuss it first.
Lucky: I'm sorry for putting you on the spot like that.
Elizabeth: Don't apologize for getting excited about being a father. Lucky, you have such a -- such a big heart, I'm just really blessed you want to share that with both of my children.
Lucky: I love you -- and cam and this little guy here. I just wish I knew his name.
Elizabeth: Okay, all right, all right, but do you promise to tell me if you don't like it?
Lucky: Yeah -- of course I would. You're -- but you're not thinking of calling him, like, Hector or Theodore or --
Elizabeth: Something a little more traditional.
Lucky: That sounds good to me.
Elizabeth: And I know that you wanted to pass down your name --
Lucky: Forget I ever mentioned naming our son Lucas Lorenzo Spencer iii -- it's a mouthful, and all the good names are taken. I just want our son to be his own person, to have his own name.
Elizabeth: In that case, what do you think about "Jacob"? For short, we can call him Jake.
Jason: Okay, come on, I think -- I think you've had enough.
Sam: No, Jason, do you know what I have had enough of? Guilt. I have been feeling pretty guilty lately about trying to convince you to have a baby when I can't even give you one. I mean, it -- it shouldn't matter, though, right? I mean, it shouldn't matter that I can't be a mother because I am a freaking everyday hero!
Jason: It's time to go.
Sam: No, you know -- no. It's only time to go if you want to take me. Or else I can stay here and finish my drink, and you can go back doing --
Amelia: You actually should go now. It's not good to be seen in public like this -- for you or for the show.
Sam: Oh, yeah, I can't hurt the show -- because it's all I got left.
Kate: Okay, I'm going to need some assurances before I begin. Yeah? What kind?
Kate: You better give me your word that there are no paparazzi perched in a nearby tree just waiting to snap exclusive photos of this little demonstration -- to accompany, no doubt, tomorrow's "Page Six" article "how Kate Howard, Editor in Chief of 'Couture' magazine, was really born Constance Louise Falconeri of Bensonhurst."
Sonny: Are you always this paranoid? I mean, it's not like you bumped off the real Kate Howard and took her place. You changed your name -- I mean, stupidly, in my opinion -- to turn yourself into the kind of person who could run a fashion magazine.
Kate: Excuse me -- "the" fashion magazine.
Sonny: And another thing that hasn't changed is your ego. Because Connie --
Kate: Oh --
Sonny: Hey -- Connie Falconeri used to think she was the best at everything, whether it be grades, whether it be hopscotch --
Sonny: And she made sure everybody knew.
Kate: Yeah, see, I don't remember you being overly modest in high school. Yeah, all the girls at Sacred Heart just threw themselves at your feet and you loved it.
Sonny: You think so?
Kate: Oh, please. You know very well the effect those dimples have on women.
Sonny: Flattery will not get you anywhere, my dear. And if you want that flash drive back, you're going to have to show me your game.
Jerry: If Michael Corinthos Jr. and Jason Morgan don't die in a timely manner, I can -- I can assure that you will.
Lorenzo: You may have been inconvenienced by what happened at the Metro Court, but it's not like you walked away empty-handed. You kept the 10 million that was supposed to change hands, didn't you? I'm the one who lost money when the deal fell apart. But you, on the other hand, you had plenty -- plenty to make a very comfortable life for yourself far away from Port Charles. Why didn't you?
Jerry: I don't believe you're in any position to be asking questions, do you? Good answer. Now, back to the business at hand -- how are you planning to eliminate Corinthos and Morgan?
Lorenzo: Well, I suppose it'll take me a few days.
Jerry: The clock's ticking, Mr. Alcazar, and I can't think of a reason to give you an extension.
Jax: Plastic surgery completely altered Jerry's appearance. If it wasn't for that voice, he'd be unrecognizable.
Carly: I was held hostage for 12 hours at gunpoint, and he gave no indication that he knew me. No indication -- or that he was getting ready to blow up his brother's hotel.
Jax: Huh. Yeah, Jerry's always had a gift for finding trouble, that's for sure.
Carly: This is a lot more than trouble, Jax. He held 15 innocent people hostage. He was sadistic and unpredictable. One minute he would be polite, the next minute he would shoot people for no reason -- that's exactly what he did to Robin.
Jax: Jerry is an expert marksman. He must've been shooting to wound Robin, not kill her.
Carly: I cannot believe that you're actually going to stand here and defend that monster!
Jax: He's my brother.
Carly: Your brother doesn't deserve your loyalty, because he sure as to hell didn't show you any when he stormed into your hotel and took your fiancée hostage.
Jax: Maybe Jerry was forced to rob the Metro Court. Maybe somebody was threatening me or my mother, unless he got that suitcase out of the vault.
Carly: You are grasping at straws!
Jax: You're damn right I am! He's my brother, okay? I've loved him all my life!
Jax: Now, he may be callous and selfish, but that is a far cry from the monster that you're describing.
Carly: Okay, so I'm making it up, is that what you're saying? You think I'm making all of this up, Jax?
Jax: No, I don't -- I don't think you're making it up. I just want you to re-examine what happened in that lobby, okay? Maybe Jerry was trying to minimize the damage.
Carly: Jerry put a gun to my head. And he forced me to sew Robin up after he shot her. She could've bled to death. He tortured every single person in that hotel and he enjoyed every second of it. You weren't there! You weren't there to see Lulu almost get shot in the leg because she wanted to get a glass of water. Or Alan -- you know how much pain he was in when he was forced to walk out of that hotel having a massive heart attack? Your brother has to pay for what he did!
Jax: What are you going to do?
Carly: I'm going to call Jason -- like I should've done to begin with.
Jax: If you send Jason after Jerry, one of them is going to die.
Carly: Jerry deserves to die.
Jax: I'm not going to sacrifice my brother because you refuse to believe that there was something more going on during the --
Michael: What are you guys yelling about? I ought you were supposed to love each other, not fight.
Skye: Have you heard from the nanny?
Lorenzo: Yeah -- our daughter's sleeping soundly.
Skye: Well, that's a relief. I wasn't sure how she was going to react after being taken from the only home she's ever known.
Lorenzo: Skye, I know you are angry with me. But we're going to have to get past that before I can bring our daughter home.
Skye: I'm sorry. It's just I've never been away from our daughter for more than a few hours. Is there anything that I can say to you, to reassure you to let me see our daughter again?
Lorenzo: You know, I -- I want nothing more than to bring Lila home and place her in your arms. But not until I am certain that I can trust you.
Skye: Well, I know that's going to take some time, since you overheard me apparently conspiring with Ric.
Skye: I will always believe that our daughter needs both of us in her life, which is why I will wait for the day when you can trust me again.
Lorenzo: I look forward to that day. Oh, Skye, I -- I'll make this up to you very soon.
Tracy: You always did have a tendency to belabor the point -- a particularly obnoxious trait that you took with you into the afterlife.
Alan: You know, Tracy, you can snipe at me all you want. It's not going to change the fact that your reprobate husband is going to blow his life and yours sky-high.
Tracy: I have heard enough out of you for one day! Ah-ah-ah! Don't touch that, I'm not done with it.
Bartender: Ma'am, I'm sorry, you've hit your limit.
Tracy: I am not drunk, I'm haunted.
Luke: Bartender, there's no need to cut my lovely wife off. I'm here now to make sure that she makes it home safely. Tracy, you're in public. You know better than to bicker with the barstools.
Tracy: It's a sad, sad day when my brother's ghost makes more sense than my living, breathing husband. As much as I hate Alan’s pontificating, he has a point. "You" are about to ruin everything for everybody, most especially yourself.
Luke: Uh –
Sam: Okay -- I'm fine, I'm fine. Just go back to --
Jason: No, no, no, no, no --
Sam: Doing whatever it is you were doing.
Jason: Sam, you're drunk --
Sam: I'm not drunk enough, Jason. If I was, I wouldn't be able to feel or care or --
Sam: I want to scream "why"!
Jason: "Why" what?
Sam: Oh, gee, I don't know why. Out of all the men that I have ever been with, all the men that I have used, and all the men that have used me, why are you -- why are you the one that's still with me?
Jason: Okay --
Sam: How on earth did I --
Jason: Just stop --
Sam: Ever end up with someone like you, Jason?
Jason: If you keep drinking that, you're going to -- you're going to get sick, Sam.
Sam: Yeah. No. Probably. I'll probably get sick. But at least I'll only be hurting myself. Not you -- or my daughter or -- or the baby I'll never be able to have.
Sam: And when I wake up in the morning, I'm just going to go to work and they're going to put makeup on me and they're going to make my puffy eyes go away, and then I can pretend --
Sam: That this conversation and this night -- and the way I'm feeling right now never happened.
Jax: I know Jerry made you promise not to tell anyone he was here. I need you and Morgan to keep that promise. No one can know about Jerry's visit.
Carly: He's right. I don't want you saying anything to anyone -- not even your dad.
Michael: But did -- did he do something bad?
Jax: I'm not sure. That's what I'm trying to find out. Until I do, I have to protect him, because that's what brothers do.
Carly: Right. So, why don't you take your brother upstairs and help him get ready for bed, and Jax and I will be up in a minute and tuck you guys in.
Carly: Thanks, Michael.
Jax: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I -- I know that this isn't easy for you.
Carly: I promised to love and honor you till death do us part, and I'm not backing out on that. But I am not going to protect the man who kidnapped and terrorized me. I will not do that.
Jax: There must be some reason why Jerry was in that hotel.
Carly: Okay, listen, the brother that you idolized growing up doesn't exist anymore. He has a different face, he has a different name. This man does not deserve your loyalty or your compassion, and no matter what you do, you [missing]
Jax: Jerry said the exact same thing.
Jerry: Do you always choose the most remote locations for a potential collapse?
Alexis: Do you always sneak up on people when they're not expecting you? It's okay, I don't need a rescue tonight. Honestly, I'm feeling much better than I have in weeks.
Jerry: Oh, is that so?
Alexis: Yes, it is. In fact, I thought I'd just take a nice walk and have a little quiet time in the park.
Jerry: Oh, well, you don't seem to be enjoying the experience, that's for sure.
Alexis: If you really want to know, I schedule 15 minutes a day to cry and feel sorry for myself. I thought maybe I'd be doing that in private, but obviously I was wrong.
Jerry: Are you going to be all right?
Jerry: "Yes" what? Are you intentionally vague?
Alexis: I barely know you. But if you'd like me to be specific about all the reasons that I have to cry, I -- I can give that to you. Would you like me to start from birth and move forward? Or I can just start from what happened a few weeks ago when my best friend, Jax, married a woman who I know is going to break his heart.
Kate: Oh, look -- the place is closed. Why don't we take the hint and call this evening over?
Sonny: Uh -- I'm not quite ready to give up the flash drive.
Kate: I have tried really hard to keep this pleasant -- and maybe, in an odd way, you've enjoyed this brush with the past I never intended to revisit, but there are limits, Sonny.
Sonny: You -- you know, you have perfected this whole ice queen thing, and I'm sure everybody in the fashion world -- they're trembling, but it doesn't do anything to me. So why don't you give Kate Howard a rest and let me catch up with my friend Connie?
Kate: You just love having leverage over me, don't you?
Sonny: Well, you know what? In my line of work, leverage can mean the difference between life and death. I'm just trying to jerk you around a little bit.
Kate: Oh, great! Well, now that you've admitted it, what will it take to make you stop?
Sonny: Okay, Connie Falconeri -- she used to work at a bakery. Remember Harvey’s? Yeah?
Sonny: You used to pull cappuccinos?
Kate: Look, I don't care about Connie Falconeri, all right? She is gone!
Sonny: Well, you better conjure her up real fast. Otherwise, you're not going to get what you want.
Lucky: Hey there, Mr. Jake. What do you think of your new name?
Elizabeth: I think he likes it.
Lucky: As much as his daddy does?
[Lucky and Elizabeth chuckle]
Lucky: How about you, Jake? You know, what made you come up with the name Jacob Martin?
Elizabeth: Well, I always thought that Jacob was a strong name, and since this kid has proven to be quite the little fighter, I thought it suited him. And Martin was my grandfather, my -- my mom's dad.
Lucky: I don't think I ever remember you mentioning him.
Elizabeth: Well, my grandpa Martin was the one person who made me feel special, so I thought it would be nice to honor him.
Lucky: Well, I can't think of a better way. What about you, Jake?
Elizabeth: I think he's tired, and so am I.
Lucky: Well, how about I take him back to the nursery? And now that you have a little name now, those other babies won't be giving you any more problems, so say goodbye to your mommy.
Elizabeth: Bye, baby, I love you. Got him?
Lucky: He's okay.
Elizabeth: Oh, you're okay, you're okay, you're okay.
Elizabeth: You got him?
Lucky: It's all good, it's okay. Here we go. Yeah. Here we go.
Lucky: I know. There we go.
Spinelli: Ah! Break out your best bottle -- wow. Wow, you're one step ahead of me. Okay, I have baby news!
Jason: Hey --
Jason: Keep your voice down, Sam's upstairs asleep.
Spinelli: Sorry. I thought -- I thought she'd be in Manhattan reaping her red carpet rewards from her show's premiere.
Jason: She came back early.
Spinelli: Did -- uh -- did something on tour occur, like bad ratings or a preemption or something?
Jason: I don't know. It was weird. She was really upset when I -- when I picked her up. But she got drunk and passed out -- I couldn't find out what happened.
Spinelli: Uh -- well, maybe you can cheer her up with news of Jacob Martin.
Jason: Who is that?
Spinelli: Okay. Right. Huh. As you know, I've been monitoring the hospital mainframe, you know, ever since the small stone cold one came into existence, and just moments ago, the nursery posted his newly bestowed identity. He's Jacob Martin -- after you.
Jason: How's that after me?
Spinelli: Okay, well -- I mean, come on, Elizabeth couldn’t exactly name the baby Jason Morgan -- it might, you know, throw up some red flags, you know -- but -- so she did the next best thing. She -- she named him with your initials -- J.M. Think about it -- Jacob Martin, Jason Morgan -- it's the same number of letters. I mean, can't you see the connection?
Jason: I don't know. Not really.
Spinelli: Dude -- dude, it's Elizabeth’s super-stealthy way of acknowledging that you're the father of her baby.
Alan: I think it's about time you listened to something I had to say.
Tracy: Gloating is so unattractive, and unless you have something new to say, haunt elsewhere.
Luke: You know, a little discretion is in order.
Tracy: What are you doing?
Luke: I'm going to reason with Alan.
Tracy: He's over there.
Luke: You know, you two are missing the point here. Unless he stops rattling chains outside the house, or you learn to ignore it better, somebody's going to come in here and drag you off to the bin.
Alan: Hmm -- maybe the two of you can share a room. You keep tearing around this town like a lunatic, assaulting Scott Baldwin, you're going to be put away faster than my guilt-ridden sister.
Tracy: Alan has a point.
Luke: I don't want to know.
Tracy: Of course you don't, because you don't want to be realistic about "anything" having to do with this farce with Laura. You want to go into that courtroom with your guns blazing like you always do, except this time you're going to destroy the family.
Luke: You give Baldwin too much credit.
Tracy: You see what I have to -- great -- now he goes.
Luke: Well, good. Since Elvis has left the building, maybe you can concentrate on me for a couple of seconds. You keep hinting at "dire consequences"? Be specific.
Singer: To escape in my mind taking over
Tracy: There's a lot that Lulu doesn't know about your past with Laura -- including the rape.
Singer: They hold me
Tracy: That will be the first thing that Scott brings up in court.
Kate: You never used to be such a bully.
Sonny: Well, you know, but I -- I pretty much always got what I wanted.
Kate: Hmm -- I never really saw you that way.
Sonny: No? How'd you see me?
Kate: Hmm. Oh, the same as all the other girls at Sacred Heart -- you were a sexy, irresistible bad boy. But that was all on the surface. I always had the feeling that you were hiding some deep, dark secret. But I don't know -- maybe that's what you wanted to project. Is that why you never took me home to see your mother?
Sonny: I didn't get along with my stepfather. And by the time we started dating, I -- I wasn't living at home with Mom for nearly a year.
Kate: Well, whatever it was, it must've been pretty horrific for you to choose a life in organized crime.
Sonny: You know, if I -- if I were a gangster -- I'm not admitting to anything -- would it bother you?
Kate: Uh -- wouldn't bother Kate Howard at all. Might make the girl who used to be Connie Falconeri a little sad.
Jerry: You know what? I suppose it's normal to be upset when your ex-husband remarries, you know?
Alexis: He isn't my most recent ex-husband, and -- and Jax has been married and divorced twice. I think Carly is his third time.
Jerry: Well, perhaps he likes the idea of being married more than the state itself.
Alexis: No, you don't know Jax at all. No, he's the type of guy that -- that would find one special girl and want to grow old with that person, but he's just made a lot of bad romantic choices and it's just one of those things. I mean, Carly is his -- his worst choice, I might add.
Jerry: Why did he marry her?
Alexis: Because he's an optimal cornball, cause he believes that love conquers all, and I should've done something. I mean, I tried to stop him, but I -- I should never have divorced him.
Jerry: So why did you?
Alexis: Well, because we were both in love with other people. It's a long story. It's just if I hadn't divorced him, then he wouldn't still be married right now to this viper. I just should've slept with the man when I had the chance.
Jerry: Wait a minute, you -- you never consummated the marriage?
Alexis: No. Probably a pretty good reason to be upset, isn't it?
Jerry: No, I think it's because Carly has him, and I think that you're jealous.
Jax: Jerry didn't want to have anything to do with me. No explanation, no plea for help. He just wanted me gone.
Carly: Maybe he pushed you away because he didn't want you finding out that he and James Craig were the same person.
Jax: I just can't believe Robin almost died -- Alan did die -- because of Jerry. The brother I know would never cause so much suffering -- unless someone or something else was at stake.
Carly: Okay, if all he wanted was the briefcase, why didn't he leave after the vault opened?
Jax: I don't know.
Carly: He blew up a lobby full of innocent people, including me, and I'm sorry, Jax, but there is nothing you can say that can excuse what he did.
Jax: So Jerry deserves to die? Because if you tell Jason or Sonny, they will go after him. And what happens then? What would we have left if your best friend kills my brother -- or my brother kills your best friend?
Spinelli: Elizabeth's being moved out of the I.C.U. tomorrow morning.
Jason: Thanks for staying on top of this.
Spinelli: Yeah, dude, that -- I mean, that's what friends are supposed to do, right -- in addition to telling you the truth when you don't want to hear it. Look, I know Elizabeth appears to be perfect mommy material, but what she's doing to you and baby Jacob Martin isn't right.
Jason: Elizabeth did what she thought was best. She told the truth, and I --
Spinelli: She told you only after you saved her from the Metro Court. It's not fair.
Jason: What would be fair? What would be fair? Not to me or Elizabeth, to my child -- what would be fair?
Tracy: When Scott Baldwin gets in front of that judge, he's going to paint you as an angry, violent, out-of-control man. It won't be much of a stretch -- you've been attacking Scott Baldwin at every turn. He's going to try to prove that you're a danger to Laura. He's going to mention the fact that you spirited her away the night Rick Webber died, and that you brought her back traumatized. He's going to bring in witnesses and old newspaper articles, and make public the fact that you raped Laura when she was a teenager. And this great love that you shared, the one that Lulu has been raised to idolize, will appear like a decades-long pattern of abuse. And Laura -- the frightened, battered wife too scared to leave. I'm not saying anything Scott isn't going to say, and his delivery is going to be a lot harsher. But you can take it. It doesn't matter what he says, you'll endure, but what about Lulu? How do you think that Lulu is going to take knowing that you raped her mother -- in the Campus Disco?
[Knock on door]
Amelia: Mind if I come in?
Elizabeth: Sure. Amelia, right?
Amelia: Amelia Joffe -- I produce Sam McCall’s show, "Everyday Heroes"? That's actually why I'm here. I know you were one of the hostages in the lobby. I heard all about your courage that night.
Elizabeth: Sam was the one who found a way out and notified the police.
Amelia: Well, there's no question that Sam's quick thinking saved a lot of lives that night -- yours included.
Elizabeth: The hostage crisis was such a long time ago. Why are you asking about it now?
Amelia: I'd like to do a follow-up piece on all of the hostages -- where they are now, how their lives have changed since the ordeal -- starting with yours. I'm sure the audience would love to meet your new baby and hear from the proud father --
Elizabeth: Absolutely not.
Amelia: Well, I can assure you it'll be an extremely flattering piece.
Elizabeth: Same to all the fame and fortune she can handle. As for me, I'm not interested.
Jason: A baby should have both parents involved in its life from the very beginning. But that can't happen for my son. So I have to give him the next best thing. Elizabeth needs to feel happy and secure, and not afraid every time our child comes here, that he's going to be some kind of target. And if Elizabeth is afraid, my kid's going to pick up on that. I don't want my son being scared whenever he's around me -- that's why I agreed to do this. I can't keep questioning that.
Spinelli: Ahem. Yeah. What about Samantha? I mean, you know how badly she wants a baby.
Jason: It will kill Sam to know that I have a baby with Elizabeth. That's why you need to let this go.
Spinelli: If you say so.
Kate: Enjoy. Well?
Sonny: Ahem. If the "Couture" gig ever falls through, I'm sure that Stella would love to have you working behind the counter --
Sonny: You'd probably get your job back. What do you think?
Kate: Oh, if anyone knew I could make my own cappuccinos -- let's put it this way -- my second assistant spends most of her day fetching me soy vanilla lattes.
Sonny: "Second assistant"?
Sonny: That's -- you're -- you must be a big deal.
Kate: Oh, I think we've already established that -- not that you're insignificant, by any means.
Sonny: Coffee importing has been very good to me.
Kate: Okay, um, I didn't become editor in chief of a top publication without learning how to do my own research.
Kate: You have the distinction of being one of the most powerful "alleged" crime figures on the eastern seaboard. You control this side of the Canadian border -- uh -- you have numerous offshore gambling casinos, and you have the distinct reputation of being a major player in Puerto Rico, as well.
Sonny: Should I be flattered that you've been asking so many questions about me?
Kate: Hmm -- well, there's only one question I'd like the answer to -- is it my fault that you're in this life?
Sonny: If you're asking me what would've happened if you had shown up the night that we were supposed to run away together -- I don't know. I don't have an answer to that. I mean, who knows -- we could be married right now with five children.
Sonny: Or we could've, you know, gone a mile down the road, gotten in a big fight, then broken up Three days later. I mean, there's no way of knowing what -- what's going to happen in life.
Kate: So you have no regrets?
Sonny: You know, there are things along the way that I'm not proud of that I did. But it's given me a certain amount of money, power, respect -- and three beautiful children that I would not trade for the world.
Kate: Well. Seems like we both got what we wanted. At least, I will when I have my flash drive.
Sonny: All right, all right. You have earned it.
Kate: Hmm. Well, it's been interesting. And despite the inconvenience, it has been nice to see you again. I do expect that this is the last I'll ever hear of Connie Falconeri.
Sonny: Connie who?
Kate: Bye, dimples.
Jax: All I'm asking is for a chance to confront my brother, to get his side of the story.
Carly: And then what? You're going to help him go free? I still have to tell Jason who Jerry is.
Carly: Because Jerry killed his father.
Jax: Alan died of a massive coronary.
Carly: And it could've been treated had he been released earlier.
Jax: What do you want me to do? You want me to turn my back on my brother?
Carly: No matter how this falls -- whether you help your brother get away or my dearest friend kills him -- Jerry's always going to be between us.
Jason: How you feeling?
Sam: Oh, I have a pounding headache. Jason, what happened?
Jason: Oh. What was the -- what was the last thing you remember?
Sam: Having a drink with Amelia. I believe we were celebrating the premiere.
Jason: I think you had more than one drink.
Sam: Well, that would explain the headache. Oh, God, please don't tell me I passed out at the hotel?
Jason: No, you passed out on the chair a few minutes after we got home.
Sam: I don't even remember leaving the hotel. You didn't happen to have to carry me out, did you?
Jason: No, you walked out on your own.
Sam: I didn't say or do anything embarrassing, by any chance?
Jason: You don't have to worry about that.
Sam: Good. You know, I never worry when I'm with you.
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Lorenzo: I need you to take out Sonny and Jason. They've been a little difficult to kill, but it will happen tonight.
Jax: I don't see Jerry as a threat.
Carly: Then you have no clue!
Jason: You asked if I'd rather be with a TV star or the mother of my child. Tell me what you meant, Sam.
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