General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 9/4/07
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Robin: And heading to the finish line, 2,700 pounds of raw, fuel-injected power, as they "fly" past the checkered ah.
Patrick: I knew you enjoyed it, I didn't think it would get you that excited.
Robin: I felt like me head was going to fly off.
Patrick: Thatís what happens when you watch cars go 220, I told you.
Robin: What does that feel like?
Patrick: It feels like you're on the fastest roller coaster you've ever been on and you're in the driver's seat.
Robin: I can't believe that used to be your life.
Patrick: I can't believe I gave it up.
Lucky: I want to make sure I understand this. If I don't get over the fact that you slept with Jason and you lied about it for months, you're leaving me?
Elizabeth: Well, if that's the way you want to put it, yes.
[Knock on door]
Carly: I don't want to have this conversation with you.
Jax: Well, I do. And I'm not going anywhere, okay? So we can have this conversation through the door if you insist, but the boys will hear it -- and probably the neighbors, too -- so, you know, you can just open the door.
Carly: That's not fair.
Jax: Well, it worked.
Kate: I -- I don't even know how to answer that question.
Sonny: You don't know? Okay, answer from your heart -- better yet, Connieís -- Connieís heart.
Kate: Oh, okay. So what does Sonny -- what does Sonny mean to me?
Kate: Oh, he means -- adolescence. A life left behind. Someone I cared very much for once upon a time, a long time ago.
Sonny: And fate brought us back together. I'm talking about right now.
Kate: A lot happened in between, Sonny.
Sonny: You mean your boyfriend, Trevor, right?
Kate: Don't get all judgmental.
Kate: No, you don't -- you don't have a right. You have no idea what I had with Trevor.
Sonny: Stop acting like it's -- it's the past, because you know what? What's going on between you and Trevor is going on right now. And the question that I'm just going to ask you is, where does that leave us?
Robin: I guess that goes under the heading of "be careful what you ask." But I didn't know that you had any regrets about the life that you're living.
Patrick: I wouldn't call it a regret. It's just -- uh -- it's just different.
Robin: Neurosurgeon versus race car driver? I'll say.
Patrick: Racing cars was the best rush that I've ever had. It was like flight on ground, total freedom. Once I get in that car, the only thing that matters is me, that engine, how I can make it sing. I never took it any further than the amateur level, but I sure felt I could've gone all the way.
Robin: So what stopped you?
Patrick: After my mom died, nothing was the same. Oh.
Robin: I mean, I know that's when your dad started drinking, but you don't talk about how your mom's death affected you that much.
Patrick: Well, after the initial shock and devastation and unspeakable sense of loss, my only-child responsibility kicked in. I didn't feel responsible for my mother's death -- that was my father's burden -- but I did take on the responsibility of our family name, my father's reputation. I thought if my star could ascend, if I could shine even more brilliantly than the great Noah Drake, then people wouldn't realize how -- how definitively he fell apart. So I gave up racing and concentrated on being the best doctor that I could possibly be.
Robin: Hmm. You basically gave up your dream for Noah -- one more reason to resent him.
Patrick: I'm sure that carried some sort of weight, yeah.
Robin: Does Noah have any idea?
Patrick: He couldn't see past his next drink -- which is why this whole Eli Love thing has been such an amazing ride. I mean, for the first tine in gosh, I don't know how long, I can honestly say that I admire him. I look at him in a different light. I don't know -- it got me thinking.
Robin: What? That you want to revisit your own fork in the road?
Patrick: About passion, the people who follow it and the people who --
Lucky: You know what? Donít sugarcoat it or anything.
Elizabeth: Why tiptoe around each other? Too much has happened.
Lucky: Yeah, that's the thing -- you want me to pretend that it didn't happen.
Elizabeth: I want to stop keeping score. That's the vicious, never-ending cycle we seem to be stuck in, Lucky. You throw it in my face that I slept with Jason, and I remind you that it started with you sleeping with Maxie -- this is getting us nowhere.
Lucky: No, I slept with Maxie because I was strung out on drugs.
Elizabeth: And I slept with Jason because you were strung out on drugs.
Lucky: Oh, so this is my fault?
Elizabeth: No -- God, Lucky, this is what I'm talking about. What happened on both sides happened. We can't take it back, we can't change anything. I am tired of defending my decision not to tell you about Jason, but more so, I am so tired of having the same fight. It's hurting us. And this constant bitterness is eventually going to hurt our children, too, and I'm not going to do that to them. They're kids; they deserve to be raised in a stable and loving home. And if we can't be adult enough to provide that for them, then yeah. Then it's time for me to leave. So the ball's in your court. What are you willing to do to keep our family together?
Carly: I'm not going to have a screaming match with you with the boys in the house.
Jax: I -- we're not having a screaming match; we're having a conversation, okay? And the boys -- they will understand. I mean, people that love each other fight, too. You know, it's -- it's not the end of the world.
Carly: Sonny and I used to fight all the time in front of Michael and I don't want to do that, okay, and I don't want to say things just to hurt each other.
Jax: I would never do that to you.
Carly: I didn't think you'd cheat on me, but you did that.
Carly: You see -- I don't want to do this, okay? I don't want to do this. We're going to say things we regret.
Jax: I will regret it even more if I walk out the door because it will put more distance between us than we already have, and then we might lose each other. I mean, is that what you want?
Carly: I hear Morgan.
Jax: Oh Ė
Kate: My relationship with Trevor, past or present, is something that I don't feel I should have to explain to you -- any more than you should have to explain the ongoing relationship you have with Carly, or the one you're having with Amelia Joffe -- whatever that may be.
Sonny: Well -- yeah.
Kate: But since you have a personal, complicated history with Trevor, and since you seem to be operating under so many assumptions where he is concerned, I -- I will tell you this -- that we ended the romantic part of our relationship years ago. We are just friends.
Sonny: You kiss all your friends like that? And you know what -- here's the deal, okay? He wants you back, and you cannot pretend that he doesnít.
Kate: I have no control over what Trevor wants. It doesn't mean he's going to get it.
Sonny: If you even have a choice.
Kate: If, by that remark, you're implying that I can't function without the help of a powerful man in my life, you haven't been paying attention. I value my independence.
Sonny: You should -- you paid enough of a price for it.
Kate: Oh -- wow. Are you actually trying to be offensive?
Sonny: No, no, actually, no. I'm just trying to, you know, read through your defenses and get to the truth.
Kate: Mm-hmm. I admit, Trevor helped me a lot when I was starting out. He introduced me to influential people; he exposed me to a world that I could only dream about. He taught me how to fit in. But everything else I actually earned on my own merits, through my own choices and hard work.
Sonny: Well, I'm not -- I'm not disputing that, but I don't think that Trevor sees it the same way. And to set the record straight, I only said that you might not be able to make a choice because I think that he's not going to let you go easily.
Kate: You don't know him at all.
Sonny: What I do know is you don't become Anthony Zacchara's attorney without understanding power and how to use it.
Kate: Okay, all right, okay. So let's say it's true, and Trevor is retained by a powerful mobster. It doesn't make him a criminal -- any more than Diane Miller is a criminal because she presents you. And by the way, doesn't all this finger-pointing make you feel the least bit hypocritical?
Sonny: Do you feel the least bit naive?
Kate: No, but I'm beginning to feel condescended to.
Kate: Look, I'm very clear about my feelings for Trevor -- enormous gratitude and affection for everything that he has done for me, before and recently. After all, it was Trevor who got Ric to drop the hit-and-run charges. Look, I don't have any intention of rekindling anything with him -- now or ever.
Sonny: Does Trevor know that?
Kate: You are beginning to sound very proprietary.
Sonny: No, I'm just -- I'm just trying to warn you, because it seems like --
Kate: Okay, why? Why? Why? Why do you think this is any of your business?
Patrick: I wouldn't call the life I have "settling."
Robin: Thank you.
Patrick: You're welcome.
Robin: Okay, but for the sake of discussion -- if you could wave a magic wand, would you go back and do things differently?
Patrick: Trick question -- if I hadn't followed my medical path, I wouldn't have met you.
Robin: Oh, yes, but, um, you don't have to tell me what you think I want to hear.
Patrick: Oh, I don't?
Robin: No, you don't, because if we can't be honest with each other about hypotheticals, then, really, what are we doing?
Patrick: Uh-huh -- listen, I hate hypotheticals. And there's no magic wand, so -- I'm in the life that I chose.
Robin: Okay, but I -- I just want to know, what attracted you to racing -- the risk? The women? The travel? The trophies?
Patrick: All of it, I guess.
Robin: Not to mention total freedom.
Patrick: That, too.
Robin: So, if you had the choice, is that what you'd rather be doing? Okay, yeah, I get it. I'm going to order some pizza, and then --
Patrick: Hey, come on.
Patrick: Sometimes it scares me how much I love you. Here's your answer -- if I followed my racing dream, my life would've been a little less complicated --
Patrick: But it wouldn't have been any better. I wouldn't be here with you right now. And it doesn't get any better than this.
Robin: That's right.
Georgie: Hi. I need your help.
Spinelli: Well, the Jackal always stands ready to assist a lady in distress.
Georgie: Thank you. Um, this used to be a waffle iron/grill thing --
Georgie: But now it is a doorstop.
Georgie: Mike has spent all day fixing it, and, you know, he thinks it's "better" but it's not, and he was so proud of it and --
Spinelli: I, look -- I would love to provide assistance, but I'm not really of the analogue world. See, my expertise lies in the digital universe, so --
Georgie: Yeah, but what about the miracles you worked on the blender?
Spinelli: Oh. Yeah, well -- a passion for fruit smoothies made the way of the blender essential knowledge.
Georgie: I am sure that you are a guy who can do whatever he wants if he puts his mind to it.
Spinelli: If only that were true.
Georgie: Is everything okay? Maybe I should've called before I came.
Spinelli: No, no, no, no. No need for warnings between friends, and for you -- for you, loyal little sister, I will tackle the father of Mr. Corinthos, Sir's recalcitrant appliance. Hmm.
Georgie: So -- um -- what's new? Did you ever take that gun-safety course at the shooting range?
Spinelli: I no longer -- I no longer seek the knowledge to operate weapons. See, the Jackal has decided that the crabby commando type is overrated.
Georgie: I couldn't agree more.
Elizabeth: I'm not completely insensitive. I know how deeply I've hurt you. And not just with what happened with Jason, but because I didn't trust you enough to handle the truth in whatever way you needed. I'm sorry, Lucky. I can see now that that was a mistake. But you said you wanted to work things out, and ever since then, you've been punishing me. You've been angry, you've been passive-aggressive, and now you've just jumped to plain old aggressive.
Lucky: What do you mean?
Elizabeth: Come on, Lucky, you've been hanging out with Sam, who hits on you every chance she gets and then rubs it in my face -- and so do you, every time you let it stand.
Lucky: Let me ask you something. If I slept with Sam, would it matter? Or would you just take the chance to go back to Jason?
Elizabeth: God, Lucky, how my times do I have to tell you, how many different ways? Jason is not an option. I did what I said I would and I cut him out of my life.
Lucky: After you refused for months. You scolded me for having the nerve to ask.
Elizabeth: We've been through some difficult times.
Lucky: It doesn't help every time you run to Jason when things take a turn for the worse.
Elizabeth: I needed a friend.
Lucky: I practically begged you to stay away from Jason, and you refused. Why now? What's changed?
Elizabeth: Two men came out of nowhere when I was in the park with my boys and threatened to use us as leverage against Jason. I cannot let the danger that surrounds him jeopardize my children.
Lucky: Or, in other words, you can't have Jason, so you settle for me.
Emily: You should stop being so wonderful, by the way. I don't have the energy to show you proper appreciation.
Nikolas: Oh, you just did.
Emily: You promise you won't take it personally if I land face first in these crab cakes? Huh.
Nikolas: Which would just prove what I've been trying to tell you all along in my not-so-subtle way -- that you're working too hard.
Emily: Comes with the territory.
Nikolas: It's insane. In that hospital 12 hours a day, where's the time for you?
Emily: You mean for us? Nikolas, you're being so sweet. But I can tell that you're disappointed that I can't go to Italy with you.
Nikolas: Yeah, I am. But I keep telling myself that you won't be an intern forever. When it's finally over, you can give some serious thought to our own future.
Singer: Love for you
Spinelli: So am I to understand you're not impressed with men with overabundant testosterone?
Georgie: I like a little. You know, I don't -- I don't really know if -- if "edge" is the right word, you know, because I don't think anyone besides me would've seen Dillon as edgy.
Spinelli: Uh --
Georgie: Okay, okay, so maybe "quirk." You know, but poseurs like Logan I just don't really have time for.
Spinelli: You know, Lulu says that there's more to the knuckle scraper than meets the eye --
Georgie: Lulu is kidding herself; she's only seeing what she wants to see.
Spinelli: She is justifying her attraction to the unworthy one.
Georgie: Yes -- maybe it's also a little deeper than that. Lulu is preconditioned to believe that any bad-boy exterior hides a heart of gold -- I mean, look at her father. Luke is constantly wanted by the police and, believe me, I know. Mac comes home to eat dinner, and then he talks about how yet another warrant has been issued for the arrest of Luke Spencer and how it's his job to track him down, whether he likes it or not. You know, Luke is also a hero, and everybody knows it -- especially Lulu.
Spinelli: Wow. Clearly, the loyal little sister has given this a lot of thought.
Georgie: I wanted to be a writer. Yeah, I really like figuring out what motivates people to do what they do, and, you know, with Lulu, it's -- it's pretty easy. She wants a guy to save -- like her mom saved her dad -- and on the exterior, it looks like Logan fits the profile. But, unfortunately for her, Logan is just a jerk in jerk's clothing, and the best thing that could ever happen to her is if Logan just left town.
Spinelli: He may not have a choice.
Carly: Thanks for your help with Morgan. You were great with him.
Jax: Monsters in the night terrorizing a little boy I can handle. My wife's fears I'm having a -- a little trouble with. Come on, what can I say to convince you? I'm crazy in love with you and this little family we've got going here. I want to be here for all of it. I do -- for the small moments, the big moments, the good and the bad.
Carly: You said this to me before. The day we got married, you said all of this to me, and I believed you, I believed every word. And before the ink was dry on our marriage license, you took off, so -- no, why should I believe you this time? Tell me why.
Jax: I m-- I made a mistake, Carly!
Carly: "I made a mistake, Carly."
Jax: Look, I made a mistake because of my misguided loyalty to my brother, who doesn't deserve it.
Jax: And I know that you tried to convince me that it was --
Carly: I stood there and I begged you not to go!
Jax: I know you begged me not to go. I'm sorry, it won't happen again, it wonít.
Carly: Jerry's not the only issue. So we're going to settle this, we're going to deal with it all. Okay?
Sonny: Anthony Zacchara is one of the most ruthless dons I've ever come across. The second that Trevor Lansing came into your life, he brought that to your front door.
Kate: Well, according to Trevor, you are the one who presents a danger --
Sonny: Well, what else is he going to say? He's a man, he's got instincts. He sees that we're, you know more than friends, so he doesn't want the competition.
Kate: What makes you think we're more than friends?
Sonny: Oh, I know -- you love reminding me that we're not in high school anymore, okay? You know what? Can you lose the coy for a second, because it doesn't really suit you right now, and I'm just trying to school you on the facts. Anthony Zacchara is as dirty as they come. Trevor Lansing works for Zacchara, which makes him dirty, too.
Kate: But Trevor denies any association with this Zacchara person.
Sonny: Okay, then I'm going to ask you. Who do you believe -- Trevor or me?
Georgie: Did Logan tell you that he was leaving town?
Spinelli: Uh, not -- not exactly. He, um --
Georgie: Okay -- um -- then why would Logan say -- ah. Better question -- why do you look so guilty?
Spinelli: The unworthy one is most certainly unworthy, but even he doesn't deserve the full wrath of Stone Cold.
Georgie: Why would Jason want to hurt Logan?
Spinelli: I may have, in a moment of confidence-sharing with my mentor, may have mentioned -- in passing, of course -- that the unworthy one planted -- the unworthy one planted an unwanted kiss on the fair Lulu's lips, and that when I protested, he reverted to type and left me in a gasping heap on the floor. So I fear that Stone Cold will unleash all of his pent-up anger and aggression on the unworthy one, and I shudder to think of the potential outcome.
Georgie: I know that Jason considers you a friend. But I really don't think we have to worry about anybody ending up at the bottom of a lake over this.
Georgie: Yeah, seriously. I mean, God, the most Jason's going to do is, like, scare Logan, and would that really be such a bad thing for --
Spinelli: Oh! Oh! Thank you.
Georgie: What was that for?
Spinelli: Well, for -- for giving me hope that I haven't lost fair Lulu forever.
Nikolas: Either that food is so good you're speechless, or you really don't want to talk about our future.
Emily: Honestly? Yeah? Okay, a little bit of both.
Emily: No, no, no. No. Nikolas, things are really good with us. But if there's one thing that I've learned from recent experience, it is stay in the moment, enjoy it. Don't get ahead of yourself with lots of plans and promises.
Nikolas: Well, what -- I mean, what does that -- what's the alternative? Don't -- don't make any plans, don't do anything, don't expect anything because you're afraid of what might happen next?
Emily: No, no. No, no. I'm not afraid. Not afraid, just cautious. There's so much pressure with expectations.
Nikolas: Do -- do I make you feel pressured?
Emily: No, not at all -- that's my point. Look, Nikolas, when Lucky and Elizabeth remarried, she was like a symbol of his redemption. If they got remarried, then the drugs and the sleeping with Maxie just wouldn't matter anymore.
Nikolas: Is that -- I mean, is that how you feel about us? Do you think that I'm back with you because I'm trying to, you know, obliterate all the mistakes that I made in the past?
Emily: No, no. It is only a mistake if you don't learn from it. And I learned so much when we were apart, Nikolas -- about myself, about the difference between fantasy and reality. We broke up, you fell in love with Courtney, made Spencer -- I couldn't love him any more if he were my own. How can I be sorry for that, huh? I learned to see you as a man, and not as the prince, you know, in my personal little fairy tale. I can't be sorry for that, either. But, honestly, I'm not in a hurry to get to the future, because I've learned that there's no such thing as happily ever after.
Jax: Why are you changing the subject?
Carly: I'm not changing the subject, it all ties together. When we found out that Anthony Zacchara might be making a move on Port Charles, you immediately blamed Sonny, and then you tried to get all territorial, saying that you're the only one who should be able to protect your family.
Jax: And that's a crime?
Carly: No, it's not a crime, but that's not really what it's about. You're trying to put Sonny in his place instead of protecting me and the boys, and I don't really understand that, since your hands aren't exactly clean.
Jax: Oh -- oh, that -- that is low. You know exactly why I had to sleep with Irina.
Carly: Oh, my gosh. Okay, you know what? You wouldn't have been in the situation to "have" to sleep with Irina if you hadn't followed Jerry to being with.
Jax: Oh, do you see how we keep going around in circles here?
Jax: I mean, this is -- okay, you know what? You want to go there?
Carly: I want to go there.
Jax: Oh, you really want to go there? Okay, let me explain this to you. You know why I had to sleep with Irina -- she could've killed one of us. Now, I didn't see a gun to your head when you slept with --
Carly: See -- right there! You are still mad at me because I slept with Sonny. You really haven't forgiven me!
Jax: Well, you're making it impossible!
Carly: And you're making our marriage a contest! Who messed up more? Who got hurt more? I don't want to live like this!
Jax: Well, guess what, Carly -- neither do I.
Kate: Trevor and I we romantically involved for five years, and we've been friends for even longer. You, on the other hand, are someone that I dated briefly 20 years ago, and I haven't seen since until recently. We're not the same kids, Sonny. We -- we don't even know who we are as adults.
Sonny: Tell me something I haven't -- tell me something I haven't heard a thousand times --
Kate: I'm trying to, I am trying to. You asked me who I believe -- you or Trevor. And even though it -- it terrifies me, I -- I have to say I believe you.
Sonny: Why does that terrify you?
Kate: Because, Sonny, it means I'm rejecting all of these old feelings and associations onto a very different, complicated man who has a very complicated life who is more trouble than I should take on.
Sonny: What makes you think I want to?
Kate: Oh, my God, just cut it, cut it, cut the crap. If I'm going to stand here and be honest with you, you can pay me the same courtesy. You know, you're going on and on about this Zacchara person, but that is not what has you all riled up.
Sonny: Okay, since you know everything about me, what -- why am I really upset?
Kate: You're upset because Trevor and I were lovers. Right? You've been treating me differently ever since -- why? Honesty, remember?
Robin: Get out of my way, Bozo!
Patrick: "Bozo"? Is that your -- see, that's not fair.
Robin: Whoo! I win!
Patrick: You certainly did.
Robin: Hey, what is that look?
Patrick: What look?
Robin: That "oh, she's so cute, I let her win" look.
Patrick: Now, would I do something like that?
Robin: I don't know -- that's what I'm asking you.
Patrick: No. You were amazing. You had the eye of the tiger going. I mean, I didn't stand a chance.
Robin: Well, fair enough.
Patrick: Of course, my car got stuck on the turn over there. I'm kidding -- you were awesome, nerves of steel. You know, you'd probably make a great driver. Of course, you'd look sexy as hell in that jump suit.
Robin: Oh, really?
Robin: You know what? I wouldn't mind trying. Maybe we should go to one of those fantasy camps where they teach you how to drive a real car.
Robin: Why not?
Patrick: Too many restrictions. You have liability issues.
Robin: No, you're just afraid that I'll beat you for real.
Spinelli: It's irony to the nth degree. Okay, only if my nemesis remains unharmed can I hope to stay in Lulu's good graces. She said that if anything happens to Logan, she'd never forgive me.
Georgie: Lulu would be nuts if she didn't realize that you are the best friend she's ever had. She would never dump you, no matter what.
Spinelli: Does the loyal little sister really think so?
Georgie: Yeah. Spinelli, you are a great guy. You are smart, caring, funny. You're -- by the way, I really hate it when you call me the loyal little sister -- it makes me feel like I'm 12.
Spinelli: Oh, I'm -- I'm sorry. I'm sorry, I didn't mean to offend. I mean, it's only to, you know, exemplify your steadfast and true nature with much admiration.
Georgie: Okay, so I'm a girl scout. Anyway, I wouldn't stress too much over losing Lulu -- she's pretty loyal herself. You know, so she's jumping to defend the underdog of the moment -- it shouldn't really surprise you. You know, by the time she gets off this cruise with her grandmother, like, I wouldn't be surprised if she forgot the reason that she was mad at you in the first place.
Spinelli: Thank you for your kind and encouraging words. The Jackal's heart is lightened.
Georgie: Well, before you get too happy, there -- um -- there's another very important issue.
Spinelli: Okay, what am I missing -- insightful one?
Georgie: Better. Did you rat on Logan to Jason because you were really concerned about Lulu, or because you were jealous?
Jax: Look, I don't believe in keeping score, and I think you know that -- especially, since you came from a relationship that gave new meaning to the blame game. Okay, I was the guy that was promising something different, and that's why you wanted to be with me. Now that we're -- we're having some trouble, you're losing faith, and I understand that because -- see, you can't trust that I'm not just more of the same, right?
Carly: Okay. Okay, that's me. And I'm sorry, I wish I wasn't like that, but I am. It's no fun, you know? I am what my experience makes me. So what are you going to do? Are you going to use all my issues and all my problems as a reason to walk out the door on me? Is that what you want to do?
Jax: No. Carly -- hey.
Jax: I love you more than anything. Okay? And I -- I wish that I could promise that we could just skate through life together without any problems, but I canít. What I can promise you is that I'm here for the duration, okay? I'm committed to you and the boys.
Singer: Try not to waste it
Jax: I said this to you when we got married and I'm saying it again, and I've never meant anything more.
Singers: I'll ask you just let it slide
Singer: We spend so much
Singers: Life making love life makes us love I am convinced that it's right
Spinelli: To be as honest as you deserve, I must admit that my motives are mixed. I -- I don't trust the unworthy one; I think he's bad for Lulu. But at the same time --
Spinelli: I want her to come to that realization on her -- on her own. I want her to see the -- the love, the true and pure that beats within my own heart, and choose me and that's not going to happen with Logan lurking around.
Georgie: Spinelli, you can't make somebody love you by eliminating the competition. A person has to follow their heart, even if it leads them straight into disaster. All you can do is be there to pick up the pieces.
Spinelli: You are wise beyond your years, loyal little --
Spinelli: Faithful friend, and dispenser of wisdom.
Georgie: Well, it is easy to give advice when you are the designated observer.
Spinelli: I'm sorry, did I -- did I inadvertently say something to offend you?
Georgie: No, no, no, I -- I just got to go.
Spinelli: Wait -- look, I mean, your lips say one thing, but your -- your orbs betray you.
Carly: I love you. You don't walk away, you stay and you fight for me.
Jax: That's because you're worth fighting for.
Carly: I'm scared.
Jax: I know.
Carly: You don't mind?
Jax: No. I'm goal-oriented.
Sonny: I thought you left.
Kate: I know what it's like to get a crucial business call at a pivotal personal moment. Perhaps I wasn't ready to leave without hearing what you had to say.
Sonny: You make me crazy.
Sonny: No, like the way you use big words and -- just so you can.
Sonny: The way you -- you know, you pretend that the past doesn't count, but I know different.
Kate: Yeah, so far, I'm not happy that I stayed.
Sonny: But I think you're great. You're full of fire, you're full of life, and there's a -- I don't know. There's like this weird kind of energy, you know, that's kind of compelling to me. And I don't want to jeopardize that, I don't want to threaten that in any way, and I know that if we -- you know, we took the next step, it would -- you know, things could go seriously wrong. But I -- what I do know is that with Trevor, they would go wrong right out of the box.
Kate: Well, that's my issue to handle. What I want to know is if you're invested in the process of discovery -- between us, and what we might be.
Sonny: Well -- um --
Sonny: Well, maybe this'll tell you how I feel, okay?
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Logan: Your little plan with Lulu -- it didn't pan out.
Maxie: What makes you think this is over?
Jerry: How is Emily and little Spencer?
Jason: I need information if I'm going to protect Carly and her kids.
Carly: What's going on?
Trevor: I'm only going to say this once -- back off.
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