General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 2/5/08
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Lulu: What's going on?
Johnny: Stay back, Lulu. Don't get involved in this.
Sonny: Lulu, donít. Do not get in--
Lulu: Well, I am not listening to either one of you.
Carly: Oh, there was something that I -- I had to do when I was in a rush and -- and there was rain, you know, coming down really hard --
Jax: And for some extraordinary reason, you decided to drive yourself on a night like tonight?
Carly: You know, it's not supposed to be like this, Jax, okay?
Jax: Okay, okay, Carly, just calm down, just tell me. Just tell me from the beginning.
Carly: I was trying to call you.
Jax: Carly, you -- just tell me what happened on the way home.
Jason: It's okay. It's okay, it was just a bad dream. I'm here, it's all right.
Jason: Do you remember what it was about?
Elizabeth: I don't know. I don't know.
Jason: Was it about Sam holding Jake?
Spinelli: The grieving blond one is gifted with surprisingly diverse black-ops skills like the picking of locks. Hmm.
Maxie: Yeah, well, my dad imposed a curfew, so I used to have to pick the lock that Georgie and I didn't have keys to.
Spinelli: Right. Um -- I must again question the wisdom of entering the domain of your deceased boyfriend in this manner.
Maxie: Well, the cops don't consider this a crime scene, Spinelli. They don't think Coop was murdered -- they think he killed himself -- and as Coop's girlfriend, I have every right to be in here.
Spinelli: Okay, then why did we employ nefarious tactics to enter the clean cadet's dwelling place and why are we whispering?
Maxie: Because I don't want anyone to know that we're here. And I don't care what my dad says -- Coop's innocent. And if the text message killer did kill him, then that means Coop knew something and that something could be in this room.
Spinelli: Oh, wait, wait. Then wouldn't it stand to reason that the real killer will eventually come looking for it, too?
Carly: Okay, um, first, you have to promise me you're not going to be mad, okay? Can you just promise me you're not going to be mad?
Jax: No, you know what, Carly? You know that you don't belong behind the wheel, especially on a night when it's raining because you haven't driven enough in the rain, okay?
Carly: Just promise me, please!
Jax: I promise I won't be mad.
Carly: Okay, I may have scratched the car a little.
Jax: Scratched it? I know what "a little" means to me. What does "a little" mean to you?
Carly: Don't joke -- it's not funny. There was rain coming down everywhere and there was stuff blowing all over the road, Jax.
Carly: I was trying to call you, okay? I was trying to call you and I looked up and there was something in the road, so I swerved, I hit the brakes. When I hit the brakes, I slammed my head on the steering wheel because I wasn't wearing my seat belt, okay?
Jax: Oh. Well, what -- what -- okay, what was so important that you -- that you had to drive in the first place, and why were you so distracted that you didn't wear your seat belt?
Carly: You said you wouldn't be mad at me!
Jax: I'm not mad, okay? I'm not, I'm not mad. You're okay -- as long as you're okay, that's fine. I don't care if you scratched the car. You're okay.
Jax: Just -- tell me. Just tell me what happened. Tell me what happened.
Carly: I canít.
Elizabeth: Someone was standing holding Jake in the rain. I couldn't see who it was, but I was driving right toward them and I went to put my foot on the brake but I accidentally hit the gas and -- and then everything just went black. And then, next thing I knew, Jake was in the back seat in his car seat smiling and happy and everything was okay. I'd rescued him. He was safe. And I was safe. I was safe because I'm here with you. It was worth all the trouble of getting here.
Sonny: Lulu, get out of the way, let me take care of this.
Lulu: No, no! What exactly is being solved here?
Sonny: It's business.
Johnny: It's simple mathematics. Sonny whittles away at the number of Zaccharas in the family tree till there's nobody left to run the organization but Trevor. That's who Sonny's really got the beef with anyway.
Sonny: I got a beef with anybody who messes with my territory.
Johnny: If I'd known I'd be tried for the crime anyway, I'd let Moreau use my ship and your lanes to push his product.
Sonny: Well, you shouldn't have let Moreau or your ship get as far as it did, unless of course Trevor had something to do with that, which makes me right. You're too green to run your daddy's shop. That's why you should stay out of it, and you shouldn't get involved with this guy because you're going to be grabbed one too many times, and one time, you're not going to be rescued. Do you understand what I'm saying? You know what that means?
Johnny: Or I could ditch it all, let you and Trevor kill each other and have my shot at a real life.
Sonny: Once you get in the business, you can't get out!
Johnny: Maybe you haven't found enough reason to get out, huh? I've got your number, pal. Put the gun away -- you're not going to shoot me in front of a witness.
Sonny: Don't push me.
Lulu: Stop it.
Johnny: Don't try to impress me.
Sonny: Go ahead, challenge me.
Johnny: Do it.
Johnny: Go ahead. You wanted to do this since the ball when you were trying to draw out my father -- now's your chance. Something besides me has you angry, but if you want to take it out on me, be my guest. I'd say at this range, you won't miss.
Lulu: Ah! Johnny!
Sonny: Crazy like your old man. Got your own game of Russian roulette going, but I tell you what -- I told your dad I don't play that game! I didn't play it with him; I'm not going to play it with you! You do anything again to make me want you dead, you're dead point-blank! And not because you want to find out what death is like -- you are done! You need to stay away from him -- I am warning you, Lulu. And if he has any sense, he'll warn you.
Lulu: He has.
Lulu: What is wrong with you?
Johnny: Everything. I thought you already knew that.
Lulu: So you're what -- what? Playing chicken with Sonny because you're crazy or -- or is what Sonny said true, you're tired of living?
Johnny: Tired of being alone -- sometimes it's the same thing.
Johnny: Logan is in love with you. He wants to give you a nice, safe life -- run with that.
Lulu: Well, what if I don't want to? What if I want to run away with you?
Ric: Yeah, I just thought I'd call and check in. You're cursing my name every day for leaving you in the D.A.'s position while I was gone.
Alexis: I'm fine, the girls are fine. Everybody's fine, we've established everybody's good. Have you made any decision about the waterfront property?
Ric: Hmm, no, actually. I -- I set the papers down a few days ago and I -- I haven't touched them since.
Alexis: Hmm -- okay. You sound, uh, rested. How's everything going there?
Ric: Yeah. Uh -- I can't believe I'm saying this but I feel good.
Alexis: Any reason in particular?
Ric: It's amazing how the perfect cup of coffee will make your whole day.
Alexis: Okay, be enigmatic -- I get it. So, just keep doing whatever you're doing.
Ric: All right, kiss the girls for me. Got to go. Bye.
Alexis: You're probably wondering why I'm using your porch as a phone booth.
Lucky: No problem. What's wrong?
Alexis: Nothing. Um -- you know what? This was delivered to my house. It's for Sam, it's from the TV studio, and it's marked "urgent."
Lucky: Well, you should probably hang on to it. Sam's not here -- she left, and she won't be coming back.
Maxie: For all we know, the killer probably came back here and took all of Coop's incriminating evidence already. Go ahead -- say it, Spinelli. If Coop was innocent, if he didn't kill himself --
Spinelli: It's just if -- if the tall, quiet one was innocent, then explain to me why his D.N.A. matched the evidence found on wise Georgie the night she died.
Maxie: I don't know out that, okay? But I was thinking -- Coop told me that the last time he saw Georgie it -- it didn't go very well, so maybe he ran into her in the park and she freaked out and scratched him or something.
Spinelli: But why would he not tell you this?
Maxie: Because of all your stupid suspicions about him.
Spinelli: Oh. Okay, obviously Cadet Barrett had much to hide -- maybe he had enemies hidden in the deep shadows that we have yet to discover.
Maxie: I should never have told you he was one of the masked men in the hostage crisis. Are you sure that it was Georgie that wanted you to look into Coop's past?
Spinelli: Wise Georgie was afraid for you, okay? Your sister loved you.
Maxie: "My sister." I can't believe that I took those words for granted for so long.
Spinelli: Well, um, perhaps this is not the time or the place for the wounded blond one to become emotional.
Maxie: Don't you get emotional when you think about Georgie? Doesn't it make you emotional to think that someone who loved you, no matter what anyone else said, is gone? That --
Spinelli: It just -- if -- if -- if the room down the hall was inhabited by Darth Daniel, Beelzebubís busboy, we shall be discovered.
Maxie: It's just, you know, not so long ago my mom used to hold me, and then Coop and Georgie and now, I mean Ė
Patrick: I'm not exactly sure what your objection is to Ian consulting on Nikolas' case.
Robin: Because you and I were on this from the start.
Patrick: He has the benefit of already treating a similar case.
Robin: With what he already admitted was an experimental protocol.
Ian: Ahem. I take it you have difficulties with exploring new approaches to a problem, Dr. Scorpio?
Robin: No, not if I know exactly what I'm dealing with.
Ian: Well, then it wouldn't be experimental, now would it?
Robin: Oh, okay. Did you identify a patient population or did you just trial an idea on a single case without any controls?
Ian: The patient lived. That made it worth pursuing.
Robin: Is the patient still alive?
Ian: Yes, but she has developed the most curious case of webbed feet.
Leyla: Sorry to interrupt.
Ian: Oh, you can interrupt me anytime.
Leyla: Um, it's Mr. Cassadine. He left again.
Officer: Okay, I have all your information about the stolen car but something isn't clear.
Monica: And what's that?
Officer: Well, according to the complaint, the theft happened well over an hour ago. What took you so long to report it?
Tracy: Monica. What's going on?
Jason: These -- these are amazing.
Elizabeth: That one's my favorite. I still can't help but imagine the four of us together -- one house, one family.
Jason: Me, too.
Elizabeth: Is there anything we can ever do to make that happen?
Jax: What's going on?
Carly: Okay -- um -- everything's okay. I just wanted to make sure Michael and Morgan were still asleep, and -- and they are, so --
Carly: Because I don't want them to hear what I'm going to tell you. I love you so much, Jax. I love you.
Jax: Carly, the thing that you couldn't tell me before you checked on them -- is it because you -- you totaled the car?
Carly: No! Oh, my -- no, it's not!
Jax: Did you hit your head really hard? I mean, should -- should we go to the hospital and get you checked out?
Carly: Please, stop, stop. I was coming home from the hospital when I wanted to call you and tell you what I wanted to tell you, but then I realized I just wanted to tell you to your face. I don't know how, I don't know why, I don't know why now, but I'm -- I'm pregnant. Yeah!
Sonny: If you haven't got any plans tonight, how are you feeling about dying?
Johnny: You shouldn't tease me, Lulu.
Lulu: You shouldn't tease Sonny.
Johnny: That's a different kind of danger.
Lulu: I'm dangerous now?
Johnny: The combination is.
Maxie: Thanks, Spinelli. That was strangely comforting.
Spinelli: The Jackal is glad to be of service to gentle Georgieís sororital unit.
Maxie: Thank you.
Spinelli: Yeah, we should expeditiously continue our search lest we be discovered.
Maxie: Wait, wait, wait. There has to be something around here somewhere. Oh, my God.
Spinelli: What is it?
Maxie: I think it's a Valentineís Day gift from Coop.
Spinelli: Company approaches.
Marianna: We're closed.
Ric: Oh, not even for coffee?
Marianna: The kitchen's shut down. There's nothing I could offer you.
Ric: Oh, that's okay. I -- I just thought I'd walk you to the bus stop.
Marianna: You came all this way just for that?
Ric: Sure, it's the least I can do. All the personalized coffee service you've been giving me --
Marianna: Oh. Every time I see you, I expect it to be the last.
Ric: What, you think I'm not going to say goodbye?
Marianna: Why should you? I'm a waitress and you're a tourist.
Ric: I'm hurt. You know, I have 75 years on Martha's Vineyard -- me and my family.
Marianna: Yeah, and you sold out.
Ric: Yes, I did.
Marianna: I didn't mean anything.
Ric: No, no, it's -- it's okay, it's okay. It's okay, you're right. I did sell out, a long time ago. I sold my soul for revenge and a house for a lot less.
Marianna: Hmm. I ruined your mood.
Ric: No -- maybe a little. What are you doing?
Marianna: You think I'm good with coffee, you should see what I can do with tea.
Spinelli: Don't --
Maxie: Oh, God.
Logan: What are you two doing in here?
Maxie: We're looking for clues.
Spinelli: Oh, the Jackal urges prudence at this juncture.
Maxie: I have nothing to hide.
Spinelli: Okay, but much to lose.
Maxie: Coop wasn't the text message killer, and I'm going to find proof.
Logan: No, all you're going to find is trouble.
Maxie: What are you doing here, Logan?
Logan: Well, I needed some cash so I thought I might come back by and --
Maxie: Steal some money from my dead boyfriend? That's disgusting. You should get out of here before I call the cops. Now.
Spinelli: The crabby commando acted most suspiciously. Hmm. And no lights came on in Darth Danielís room. He must be out. You know, his nocturnal habits and quiet but sour persona demand further examination.
Maxie: This is really weird, Spinelli. What if Logan -- what if Logan is lying? What if we're on to something here?
Spinelli: Then we should keep looking.
Maxie: Right, yeah.
Spinelli: Um -- was Coop taking any medication?
Maxie: Not that I know of -- why?
Spinelli: Well, whatever it is, there's only one left.
Robin: Nikolas, it's Robin. Can you please call me as soon as you get this? Bye. He's not answering his cell phone.
Ian: How erratic has Mr. Cassadine become?
Robin: Why? You -- you just can't wait to get your hands on a test subject?
Patrick: Robin, now you're just being difficult.
Ian: Why don't I join Nurse Mir at the cafeteria while you and Dr. Drake sort this out?
Robin: Oh, you're hitting on Leyla, too? How refreshing.
Ian: Oh. A, she's a beautiful, charming woman, a category I happen to like. And, B, for some reason, she seems to irritate you.
Robin: And that pleases you?
Ian: No, not in and of itself. But it does give me the chance to regroup for a second as I get the upper hand.
Patrick: You're going to have to just excuse Robin -- hormones. She's pregnant.
Robin: The only excess of hormonal activity in this conversation is coming from the two of you.
Tracy: So the last time I saw you, you were headed out of here with your tail between your legs, having just had your surgical privileges suspended -- pending a malpractice suit I brought against her for almost killing my husband on the operating table -- and here you are in scrubs. Did you have to hock your clothes to get booze? How much have you been drinking?
Officer: Excuse me. Were you driving under the influence when you say your car was stolen?
Johnny: Why are you really doing this?
Lulu: Showing you that life's worth living.
Johnny: I never said that it wasn't -- I just said mine was lonely, so if you're done proving your point --
Lulu: But you know that there's something between us.
Johnny: You don't need to convince me but you do need to stay away. Everything in my life just got a lot more complicated.
Lulu: By what?
Johnny: It's more like who. Someone showed up, somebody who I thought was long gone.
Lulu: You mean a girl?
Johnny: She's not a girl anymore.
Logan: You two seem to run across each other quite a bit.
Johnny: We were actually just saying good night.
Lulu: Is that what this was? What's wrong with you?
Logan: Who said anything was wrong?
Anthony: What kind of lousy security have they got in this place? They let you just walk in here?
Sonny: I'm a determined man. I make things happen.
Anthony: For a determined man, you look like hell. Something must be keeping you up at night -- can't be me. Must be a woman. A guy like you, it's probably two.
Sonny: I hear you're getting some feeling back. Right now might be the time you want to run for it.
Anthony: The sun won't see the day I run from the likes of you, you lucky bastard. Oh, that's all you are. You came in the back door of a strip joint. Huh.
Sonny: Think that's funny, huh? You want to insult me while we're in here alone like this?
Anthony: If you think it'll give you some class to kill a cripple, you go pull the trigger. Come on, be the man. Show me you ain't got butterflies for guts. Oh, yeah. You sure are angry over something. And do me a favor. You do this, you make sure Maria doesn't have to see it. You send roses, hundreds of them. Cover the blood so Maria never has to see it at all. And just so you know, your timing sucks. It was all just about to get interesting, really interesting.
Marianna: They're beautiful.
Ric: Yeah, they are.
Marianna: Aw. You must miss them.
Ric: Yeah, I do. Yeah, it's so complicated, you know. Now, you see -- see, Molly's mine, but --
Ric: Kristina is my brother's daughter.
Marianna: Ah. So, the same woman loved you both?
Ric: Again, it's complicated.
Marianna: Wow. The hatred you share with your half brother in competition -- let's hope it's not passed down to these beautiful girls.
Ric: Yeah. I think I have a lot to do with it being passed down. That's kind of why I'm here.
Ric: That's why I want to stick around a couple more days, too.
Marianna: How about your precious papers?
Ric: Well, not so precious anymore. You know, I watched the moon rise tonight as the -- as the sun set and -- I don't know -- there was something so amazing about it, beautiful and uncomplicated -- kind of like you.
Marianna: Maybe I'm not so simple.
Ric: Yeah, there's a difference, but -- look, this place had such a -- a black spot on my history for so long, I -- when I leave, I --
Marianna: I'm not --
Ric: What -- interested, available -- well --
Marianna: I'm not sure.
Ric: Of what?
Marianna: This is a really good idea.
Ric: Well, there's only one real way to find out.
Jax: You're pregnant?
Jax: We're going to have a baby?
Carly: Yep. I told Dr. Lee I'm a woman who's used to getting what she wants.
Jax: Well, when -- when -- when did it happen?
Carly: Oh, sit down, sit down. I -- it had to have happened on this couch the night before you went to Hawaii.
Jax: No vitamins, no drugs --
Jax: No -- no temperature thing --
Carly: Just good old-fashioned wishful thinking.
Jax: And some good old-fashioned romance. I love you.
Carly: Dr. Lee said I had to be careful.
Carly: You know, I mean, it's still early and everything.
Jax: Of course. Oh, what about the -- the bump on your head? The -- the -- in the car?
Carly: I'm fine, I'm fine.
Jax: How do you know? We should go see her. We should go make sure --
Carly: I'm okay. I called her. I've already called her. She's not there. She's not there. You know, it's going to be okay. Everything is going to be okay because nothing is going to take this baby away from us.
Jax: Pregnant -- you're pregnant.
Carly: I'm pregnant.
Elizabeth: I was only wondering if you ever picture things -- things the way you would like them to be.
Jason: Well, you -- you know what's funny is my mind doesn't usually let me make things up, but now -- I mean, sometimes I do and I think it's because of you and Jake. But I don't --
Elizabeth: But you deal in realities. I know. I look around and I realize what a foreign concept this must be for you -- no penthouse with bulletproof windows, no armed guards at the door.
Jason: Yeah, it's different. But it's good.
Elizabeth: You have two speeds. You're either completely on or completely off, and I love that about you -- I'm not trying to change you -- and I love being here and our time together. But I would just like you to see that -- that there might be something in between on and off. You might even get to like it.
Robin: I don't know what happened to Nikolas. Maybe Dr. Devlin's guinea pig quest scared him off.
Patrick: I'm sorry.
Patrick: I'm sorry -- the hormone remark, it was uncalled for and unprofessional.
Robin: Yes, it was.
Patrick: I guess what I'm trying to say is I -- I'm okay with this pregnancy thing.
Robin: Well, apology accepted, but just for the record, my hormone comment -- whew -- right on the money.
Patrick: No sign of Nikolas.
Ian: She's not going to be a problem, is she?
Patrick: Robin? In what way?
Ian: Well, my approach to medicine is not for the prissy or the faint of heart, and if Dr. Scorpio's going to be in my way --
Patrick: Robin is a leader in her field, not only medically but ethically. I would trust her with my life without a second thought. If you have a problem with her, Ian, you have a problem with me.
Ian: Well, I stand warned. The day is done.
Nurse: Dr. Drake -- E.R. is sending up a hit-and-run victim with a head trauma.
Patrick: Got it.
Monica: This woman is nothing but a vicious liar.
Officer: So you haven't been drinking this evening?
Monica: I mean, I recently had to throw her out of the house for forging my late husband's will when she wanted to take everything, so she'd say anything to get even with me. And just for the record, as far as her husband almost dying on the O.R. table, it was because he wanted desperately to get away from her. So will you just go and find my car?
Patrick: What happened?
Jerry: I'm not sure. I mean, I found her lying there by the side of the road like a broken rag doll.
Alexis: Sam told me that she was getting serious about you. I sensed that she was a little worried about you finding out some of the things that she was keeping from you.
Lucky: Yeah, and I found out about them.
Alexis: Would it have made a difference if she had told them to you herself?
Lucky: Probably not.
Alexis: May I ask what would've happened if you had never found out about them at all?
Lucky: What happened?
Lulu: Oh, Loganís hurt and he can't be bothered to see a doctor.
Logan: Easy, easy, easy.
Lucky: That usually implies a person doesn't want to be bothered by someone asking a lot of questions.
Logan: Lulu and I got in a fight. I just needed to blow off some steam so I went to a bar. Ran into a jerk who had a couple jerk friends.
Alexis: You know, you should probably get it checked out. You could've cracked a rib.
Logan: No, no. No, I'll be fine. I just need to be -- lie -- lie down for a while. I could have gone to my place.
Lulu: Yeah, and if things got more serious while you were --
Logan: I'd have managed. I don't need a visiting nurse like your pal, Johnny.
Lucky: What's that mean?
Alexis: Hello? Hi, Jerry. When? I'll be right there.
Alexis: Sam's been in an accident. She was hit by a car -- hit-and-run.
Maxie: I have no idea what this is. There's some kind of logo on it. I've never seen it before. I mean, I used to get drugs for Lucky all the time when he was using and I never got him anything like that.
Spinelli: Okay, so if he wasn't an addict and he wasn't taking some unmarked medication for some hitherto hidden condition, then why did he have it?
Maxie: Well, maybe it wasn't his. Maybe he found it and he was holding on to it until he could figure out what it was. We're not going to know anything about it until we find someone who can tell us what it is and what it's used for.
Spinelli: We know what these are for -- identifying the dead.
Maxie: How did Coop's dog tags get in here? I know for a fact he had them on the day that he died.
Spinelli: That's because these do not belong to the clean-cut cadet.
Maxie: Whose are they?
Spinelli: Logan Hayes.
Lulu: They got you good.
Logan: I'll be fine.
Lulu: Yeah, you will be if you don't move the rest of the night.
Lulu: I doubt Lucky will be back. You can stay right here on the couch.
Logan: What, no bed rest? Oh! Ugh!
Lulu: I'm sorry, I wasn't thinking.
Logan: Oh --
Lulu: We have to get you comfortable.
Logan: Come here. I know what I need.
Lulu: I'm going to go get some blankets.
Logan: All right.
Sonny: Are you talking or rambling?
Anthony: What do you care? Pull the silencer already.
Sonny: You're paralyzed. What good would it do if I put a bullet through you? You're not going to feel it.
Anthony: So use the spare pillow. Get it done already.
Sonny: Don't tempt me. Your son's trying to fill your shoes.
Anthony: So? I'm not wearing them. That's why you came -- to warn me to warn Johnny so you don't have to waste him. Talk like that makes you soft.
Sonny: He's your son. Love him or hate him, good or bad, every son wants to be his father.
Anthony: It's all changing.
Sonny: What is?
Anthony: You'll see. And you're not going to know what hit you.
Ric: Would you like a glass of wine?
Marianna: Uh -- no, I don't think so.
Ric: Oh, come on. You said on the way over here that you didn't have to work tomorrow.
Marianna: I don't.
Ric: What, is it the wrong color, wrong vintage?
Marianna: You know, you're a really nice and attractive man --
Ric: Look, I'm not trying to loosen you up or anything.
Marianna: I'm sorry. It's just that I don't do this kind of thing.
Ric: I don't -- I don't want you to be anybody but who you are. Look, why don't I just -- why don't I just drive you to the -- to the bus station, or better yet you know what? I'll just -- I'll drive you home.
Marianna: You know, I've been watching you these past few days. And you -- you were so dark and shut off when you came. You've changed. And while it's not easy or possible, change is good. And I'm just wondering if I'm wrong to stay so shut off myself, you know?
Jax: I can't wait to tell Michael and Morgan at breakfast.
Carly: Um --
Jax: They're going to be really excited.
Carly: Wait, I want to -- I want to hold off on that, okay?
Carly: That's why I wanted to make sure they were still asleep. Just for a little while, okay? I want this to be ours -- all ours.
Jax: Okay. Okay. It'll be our secret --
Jax: Just for a little while.
Patrick: We need full labs but our first priority is to get her stabilized.
Alexis: Patrick, wait -- how is she?
Patrick: Well, she hasn't regained consciousness. E.M.S. said they found her this way. We're going to the O.R. She's got multiple lacerations --
Alexis: Who would do this to her? Who would just leave her sitting there like an animal?
Patrick: Come on.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Claudia: We're not going to work together; you're going to work for me.
Jason: Looks like blood on your bumper. You hit something.
Det. Rodriguez: The victim was your old girlfriend, Sam McCall.
Lucky: What if Sam was telling the truth? What if this killer is alive?
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