General Hospital Transcript Monday 12/15/08
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Sasha: Ilya. I got a call from Moscow today. They are not happy.
Ilya: Morgan arrived early.
Sasha: They are not interested in excuses. They want results. No matter what, Jason Morgan has to die.
Spinelli: I cannot abandon my master in his time of need.
Jason: You can still work for me if you don't live here.
Spinelli: Yeah, but if I'm to provide the highest quality of tech support, I should and will remain on the premises. I trust your interview with the law-abiding ones went by without any undue stress.
Jason: The agent closed the case.
Spinelli: No doubt fair Samantha described the daring rescue of young Jake while you remained customarily silent.
Jason: No, Diane wanted me to cooperate.
Spinelli: So you actually conversed with the minions of law enforcement?
Jason: There's no way to hide what happened. Those men took Jake hostage. I killed them trying to rescue Jake.
Spinelli: Clearly, the agent agreed that you and fair Samantha joined forces to save an innocent child and therefore were acting in -- well, it's not exactly self-def -- I shall research the term.
Jason: No, no, no, stop. I don't want you -- I don't want you to research anything, okay? I need information on the Russians.
Spinelli: Perhaps Stone Cold need not battle the Slavic scoundrels on his own. Well, you know, since Mr. Sir now controls the firepower of the formidable Zacchara clan, might it not be an opportune moment to rejoin forces with your former friend and reconcile?
Jason: You -- you want me to go to Sonny for help?
Claudia: Okay, wait. The last time we kissed, you barely tolerated it. In fact, I got the feeling you'd rather be having a root canal. Now you're kissing me. Why?
Sonny: Why do you think?
Sasha: We're changing strategies. No more hostages. I refuse. We've attracted far too much attention from law enforcement.
Ilya: The locals will still be a problem.
Sasha: Well, then we'll solve it.
Alexis: Gentlemen, Ms. Donev, fortuitous I should run into you. It saves me the trouble of a subpoena.
Sasha: It's dangerous here at night. What are you doing out running around?
Alexis: I was going to ask you the very same thing. Actually, I have quite a few questions for you.
Sasha: Well, I'm afraid now is not a good time.
Alexis: Oh, well, all right. A subpoena it is.
Sasha: In connection with what?
Alexis: You're being characterized as a person of interest, which covers a lot of area these days. Basically, because of the carnage left at the roadhouse, murder, conspiracy, that sort of thing. So you can have this discussion with me here or we can have it at the office. It is entirely your choice.
Lucky: Sam, I picked up dessert.
Lucky: So much for dinner.
Lulu: Since when did you become so obsessed with my sex life?
Maxie: Like I care what you and Johnny do in bed.
Johnny: Yeah, you seem like you care right now.
Maxie: Yes, Johnny, you are a hot guy, but I know lots of hot guys. And here's what I really care about -- my job. I'm pretty sure you don't understand that because you've never had one before, but I also care about getting this apartment into a decent place to live and not hearing my roommate and her boyfriend banging their brains out 24/7.
Lulu: Time out. You have not heard anything. So far, you've paid attention. Now you've jumped to the wrong conclusion.
Maxie: I really hope letting you share this apartment with me doesn't turn out --
Lulu: What do you mean letting me share this apartment with you?
Maxie: Well, I was here first.
Lulu: By, like, two seconds. My name is on the lease, too.
Maxie: Only because you were desperate for a place to live and we're friends, kind of.
Lulu: Well, obviously, friends don't always make the best roommates.
Maxie: Clearly, so if you'd like to leave, like, immediately, no harm, no foul.
Lulu: I am not going anywhere. You need a roommate as badly as I do.
Maxie: Not really, I mean, I make more as a first assistant than you do as a second. And I didn't miss weeks and weeks of work because I had a mental breakdown.
Lulu: Okay, no, no, no, that does not give you the right to dictate what I do with my boyfriend in my bedroom.
Maxie: It does if I can hear every little thing you guys are doing.
Lulu: Invest in some earplugs.
Maxie: I shouldn't have to block out noise in my own apartment.
Lulu: You're not understanding the fact that he's my boyfriend --
Maxie: Spinelli was right. We have to make rules for this apartment immediately.
Jason: I won't ask for Sonny's help.
Spinelli: I'm sorry, I beg for enlightenment. Is this current impasse the result of personal animosity or mob politics?
Jason: Okay, the first thing that Sonny taught me was stay detached. Thinking with your emotions makes you stupid and stupid gets you and everybody around you killed. See, the problem is, when Kate got shot, Sonny was so focused on revenge, he didn't even stop to consider the consequences.
Spinelli: Mr. Sir assumed that the Russian shell casing found at the scene of the crime was proof of Karpov's guilt.
Jason: Okay, that's -- maybe, okay? But Sonny should've assessed how much money the Russians already put into Port Charles and how hard they're going to strike back if Sonny takes out the man they put in charge. But he acted without thinking. So when retaliation came, it was aimed directly at Sonny's power base.
Spinelli: Which now belongs to Stone Cold.
Jason: Right. Now, look, the Russians did exact opposite of Sonny. They were actually methodical. They focused on -- on the person who would be Sonny's strongest ally, which was me. They burn my offices. They target my people. And they went after my family. Now, I don't -- I don't think for a second that when Sonny pulled that trigger on Karpov he knew Jake would be taken hostage, but he should've.
Claudia: Okay, well, let's look at the obvious. You didn't kiss me because you were suddenly overwhelmed with tender feelings. Maybe you might like me a little bit more than you used to, but I kind of doubt it.
Sonny: Why do you always have to over-analyze everything?
Claudia: I've never been married before. It's making me introspective and -- and something changed, and it wasn't me. So maybe you're trying to solidify your relationship to the Zaccharas by strengthening our marriage or -- or maybe you don't feel compelled to be faithful to your former love anymore?
Sonny: I thought we agreed that you weren't going to disrespect Kate.
Claudia: No, I mean this with all the respect that she deserves. Maybe you had it in your mind that you married me for business and that you would someday, somehow, go back to Kate, but maybe you've changed your mind.
Sonny: No, maybe you're reading into the kiss more than you should.
Claudia: Oh, okay. So let's explore the other options. You need the Zaccharas.
Claudia: The Russians made a move against Jason and now you think they're coming after you or... you know that Jason's vulnerable and you're getting ready to make your own move against him.
Sonny: Why would I move against Jason? He's my oldest friend.
Claudia: You don't believe that and neither does he.
Sonny: Oh, now you're going to tell me about my relationship with Jason?
Claudia: Jason was your protégé, right?
Claudia: You taught him everything he knows. And he repaid you by taking away the business you helped him learn to run.
Sonny: He didn't really just take it away. I -- I asked him to.
Claudia: Yeah, but if it was that clean and simple, why didn't he hand it over when you wanted it back?
Sonny: I don't know. I guess we -- we -- we just had a difference of opinion.
Claudia: Okay, but look, this very complicated situation goes wrong, I could end up dead. I think the least I deserve is to know what went wrong between you and Jason.
Sonny: It's no secret. Jason helped Carly take my sons away from me.
Luke: Oh, it's you. I thought it was Tracy here to save me from myself.
Lucky: Do I want to know?
Luke: Probably not. It involves the Dominican Republic, tropical drinks, a monsoon, and quickie divorces.
Lucky: You got a divorce?
Luke: No, no, no. Tracy thinks that I think she did, but she didn't, so I'm supposed to be on the bender to end all benders in order to win her back.
Lucky: I see.
Luke: So, what's up with you? What's in the box?
Luke: You shouldn't have, pal.
Luke: No, I didn’t. They're dessert for me and Sam, except she stood me up.
Luke: I'm sorry.
Sasha: If I choose to answer your questions, nothing I say will be admissible in court. You know that.
Alexis: Good point. So let's call this a preliminary interview. You're actively promoting the establishment of a Russian criminal syndicate right here in Port Charles.
Sasha: My client was tragically murdered. I'm simply looking out for his business interests.
Alexis: What kind of business are you talking about?
Sasha: It's all a matter of public record, but I'd be happy to show you the paperwork.
Alexis: What dummy corporation owns the roadhouse?
Sasha: Why do you ask?
Alexis: It blew up. I think you know that. With a little boy inside. I think you know that, too.
Sasha: I didn't at the time.
Alexis: So the name Jake Spencer means nothing to you?
Sasha: His mother confronted me in the hospital. I decided not to engage out of respect for her grief. But I hear that her child survived. Please, send my regards to his mother.
Alexis: You need to ask your colleagues to give me some room.
Sasha: It was your idea to ask questions in a dangerous part of town, Ms. Davis. My associates are simply doing their job.
Alexis: I understand that you're not from this country, so let me explain. It is frowned up to threaten a district attorney here in America.
Sasha: You're in a difficult position as district attorney, aren't you? But, lawyer to lawyer, certainly woman to woman, I understand why you're harassing me. You are desperately trying to deflect attention from your lover, who has disappeared, and your daughter, who, most unfortunately, has not.
Spinelli: If I may ask, what are your current intentions vis-à-vis Mr. Sir?
Jason: Sonny knows that I'm distracted by the Russians. It would be a good time for him to move in on my territory.
Spinelli: Mr. Sir is the cause of your current troubles with the Slavic scoundrels. It -- it would be dishonorable, not to mention unfair, to take advantage of said troubles to further his own ends.
Jason: Something else Sonny taught me, take advantage of weakness when you get the chance.
Spinelli: Do you believe Mr. Sir would do that to you?
Jason: Ten months ago, I wouldn't have believed Sonny would have joined the Zaccharas. But 10 months ago, Michael wasn't in a coma. And that's -- that's where this all started. I mean, Sonny has not been thinking clearly since.
Spinelli: Do you think he's unhinged by grief?
Jason: I think that Sonny started lying to himself. And I have no room to criticize because I did the exact same thing. I told Sonny, people who do what we do, they don't get to have a happy life. And I started planning a life with Elizabeth and Jake. I had to watch an explosion nearly kill my son for me to see the truth. Sonny is still lying. And I have no idea what I'm going to do if he makes a move against me.
[Knock on door]
Agent Rayner: Mr. Morgan, I need a few minutes of your time.
Jason: I'm in the middle of a meeting.
Agent Rayner: Well, I could call you down for another interview, but that would be a waste of time.
Jason: Finish up on that research.
Spinelli: A thousand apologies, over-empowered government flunkie.
Jason: Do I need to call my attorney?
Agent Rayner: No, hear me out first. What I have to say could save your life.
Sasha: It's common knowledge that Sam McCall is your daughter. And you were less than discreet in your affair with Jerry Jacks.
Alexis: Again, you need to tell your friends here that they need to give me some room.
Sasha: It must've been incredibly awkward for you when Jerry's boat exploded in the harbor. How did you explain all the cash and drugs?
Alexis: We have reason to believe the drugs came from Karpov.
Sasha: Well, then Jerry must have been transporting them.
Alexis: I would imagine you know all about that. You might even be responsible for his death.
Sasha: Anybody could've killed Jerry Jacks, including your daughter. You know, come to think of it, wasn't she arrested for possession of stolen pharmaceuticals? And weren't they found in her home?
Alexis: No need to worry about that. The charges were dropped.
Sasha: Yeah, I'm not surprised. Family is family. But it must be incredibly inconvenient for you to have a drug-smuggling slut for a daughter.
Alexis: Apparently you didn't hear me. You tell your thugs to back the hell off or I push the button releasing the text directly to the police department telling them where you're located at this minute. It's your choice. They'll be here in two minutes.
Lucky: Sam decided to run her own investigation to catch Jerry. And anyway, I'll just skip the details, but she found herself on the boat with him.
Luke: Was that her choice or his?
Lucky: His, I think. But Jason, he found her just in time and got Sam out.
Luke: That's better than the alternative.
Lucky: Yeah, but Sam -- she -- you know what? When she gets in her mind anything that happens to be dangerous, you know, she just -- she can't stop. It's like she doesn't have any brakes.
Luke: I understand that.
Lucky: I'm not sure I do.
Luke: Cowboy, you should know by now that just because you love somebody, it doesn't mean that your lives will fit together.
Claudia: You know, not to side with your ex-wife, but I can kind of see, considering everything, why Carly wouldn't want you around her children.
Sonny: Absolutely, which is why I tried to do the right thing, getting out of the mob, going legit. But I still couldn't see my kids. Anyway, I'm going to have to live for the rest of my life with the guilt of what happened with Michael. But, you know, I got to tell you, one thing I learned is I'll never -- I'll never see my kids again without guards and making sure that the situation is safe.
Claudia: Yeah, but maybe there's some way that you can petition the court to get some kind of custody.
Sonny: There's no point. I -- I -- I voluntarily renounced custody.
Claudia: You just said that Jason helped Carly take your children away.
Sonny: I wanted to get out of the business. Jason wouldn't agree to take over unless I signed away all my parental rights to Carly.
Claudia: So she -- he sided with her.
Sonny: Yeah, he did. You know, I used to -- you know, when I first met Carly, I hated her and I used to tell Jason to stay away from her. They became friends and then something changed. Well, I guess what changed was I -- I married Carly. He was my best friend and we were like family.
Claudia: Let me guess. You walked in one night and caught them banging each other's brains out?
Sonny: No, worse. They took away my sons.
Sonny: You know, Jason -- I got to tell you. You know, he was always -- I always felt he would be loyal to me to the end, that I would -- I would trust -- I could trust him with my life. He knew how much my sons meant to me. He could've talked Carly down. He could've found a compromise, but he -- he backed her all the way.
Claudia: Wow. I have to say, I had it completely wrong.
Sonny: I'm sure that's not the first time.
Claudia: You trusted Carly and Jason. They betrayed you. So you pinned all your hopes on Kate Howard and that didn't work out. And now you're stuck married to me. You want our marriage to work out because the Zaccharas are all you've got left.
[Knock on door]
Milo: Anthony Zacchara to see you.
Claudia: Hi, Daddy.
Sonny: Can you just call -- you know, next time you come?
Anthony: Claudia, leave. Your husband and I have business to discuss.
Sonny: Okay, now, she's my wife now, so you're going to have to just respect her a little more than that, okay?
Anthony: Look, I'm not challenging your authority, see? I'm not trying to take over, but all hell is breaking loose out there, and I damn well expect to know what you're planning to do about it. How are you going to play this Russian nonsense to the Zaccharas' advantage?
Sonny: It's very simple, Anthony. I have a strategy, a very good one.
Anthony: I'm not discussing strategy with Claudia in the room.
Sonny: Then you're going to have to leave because -- and I'll just go ahead and talk it over with my wife.
Anthony: Fine. Who am I to come between the newlyweds?
Sonny: Okay, Anthony, this is the way it's going to work. While Jason's distracted, I'm going to move through his territory because I know all the piers and everything like that, how to offload shipments where, to, and the whole thing.
Anthony: You think he's not going to notice?
Sonny: Jason doesn't want to have anything to do with me. So, hey, Jason doesn't have the resources to fight me and the Russians at the same time.
Agent Rayner: We have extensive files on you, Mr. Morgan. Until the age of 20, you were Jason Morgan Quartermaine, socially prominent, involved in your community, straight "A" student bound for med school, destined to become a pillar of your community.
Jason: I don't need the FBI to tell me who I am.
Agent Rayner: There was a car accident. You sustained brain damage. There's strong evidence to believe that you were mentally incompetent when you went to work for Michael "Sonny" Corinthos, Jr., that he led you into a life of organized crime when you were incapable of realizing what that really meant.
Jason: Is that what you're doing -- you're offering me the chance to plead mental incompetence?
Agent Rayner: Since you've met Sonny, you've been arrested more than 30 times. You've been tried twice for murder. Now you've taken over the Corinthos organization. It's only a matter of time before you get caught or you get killed.
Jason: I still haven't heard what you want.
Agent Rayner: The FBI is prepared to offer you immunity from prosecution.
Jason: In exchange for what?
Maxie: If we're going to be sharing this apartment together, we need to write down some rules.
Lulu: You boss me around at work. You don't boss me around here. I stay out of your way. You stay out of mine.
Maxie: Test question. I leave Chinese food in the fridge. You come home late one night, and you're starving. Do you eat it?
Lulu: Yes, but I pay you back.
Maxie: Wrong answer. Rule one, assign shelves in the refrigerator.
Maxie: Next question. You're late for work, as usual. You have nothing to wear. Do you go through my closet?
Lulu: I would never do that.
Maxie: Good answer. What if we have a big event to go to and you want to wear one of my samples?
Lulu: Maxie, I would not be caught dead in your clothes.
Maxie: That's a great answer, because you are never ever ever allowed to wear my clothes for any reason whatsoever. In fact, that's probably more important than the food, so rule one will be don't wear my clothes. Rule two, do not steal my food. Rule three, if Johnny's going to be living here, he's going to have to pay a third of the rent.
Luke: For a long time, your mother was happy following me wherever I had to go, with you in tow. Wherever the wind blew us. She was content living under the radar, out on the road.
Lucky: Dad, we all liked it.
Luke: Yeah, well, for the dubious pleasure of being with me, she lived a life that didn't really make her happy, and then when we were all almost killed in Canada, she just decided it was time for her to settle down for good.
Lucky: That's when we all moved to Port Charles.
Luke: Right. Then I tried, cowboy. I really tried. I figured I owed her that much. But I hated being in that house. I still don't like to sleep in the same bed every night. So while your mother was happier than she'd ever been -- me, not so much.
Lucky: Do you think that's what's happening with me and Sam?
Luke: Well, I don't know. I mean, Sam likes living on the edge, and you don’t. Maybe it's because of the way you were raised, all the chaos, but you like stability and you like order, and you like that old house. In fact, I think you love it as much as your mother did. What about Sam? Does she love that old house?
Lucky: Sam likes her hot tub.
Luke: Well, you can't blame her for that.
Lucky: We spend most of our time at her house, now that I think about it.
Luke: And what does that tell you? Look, you don't like her working outside the law, and that's where she's most comfortable. I just -- for some reason I just can't see Sam McCall in that old house, living with a cop with a bunch of stepkids. I'm sorry.
Lucky: Okay, we're not there yet.
Luke: Look, cowboy, I think the question here is what do you want?
Lucky: I thought I knew. Now I'm just not sure.
Luke: Well, then it must be time for a heart-to-heart with Samantha. Believe me -- be honest with her now. Save yourself a hell of a lot of trouble later.
Alexis: When I find the evidence, and I will, I will prosecute you.
Sasha: No one appreciates a threat, as you well know.
Alexis: I understand that you're afraid. Your syndicate has left you alone here in Port Charles, stranded, and you're afraid for your life, or you'd be gone by now.
Sasha: That's absurd.
Alexis: My strong advice to you is to leave town and take your little friends with you or be ready to go to prison.
Sonny: Jason considers the Zaccharas a lesser part of the two evils, so he's going to leave us alone. By the time he figures out what's going on, a substantial part of his territory will be mine.
Anthony: You mean ours.
Sonny: No, I mean not Jason’s.
[Knock on door]
Milo: I'm sorry to disturb you, boss, but you have a call that can't wait.
Sonny: Can you -- you'll excuse me?
Anthony: He's taking a call while I'm here. That's a nice touch. He's putting me in my place.
Claudia: Can you blame him?
Anthony: I don’t. In fact, I'm impressed. Sonny knows all of Jason's blind spots, and aside from letting you stay in the room, he seems pretty sure about what he's doing.
Claudia: Not that I expect you to tell me what your real plan is, but it does seem to be working out rather nice for you so far.
Anthony: You have no idea.
Agent Rayner: You're in a unique position to provide the FBI with information. I wouldn't ask you to testify. That would be like signing your death warrant. We need information -- dates, descriptions of shipments, shipping routes, anything that would lead us to the money trail. Give us the evidence we need to build a case against Sonny Corinthos and Anthony Zacchara.
Jason: Who says I have it? I've never dealt with Anthony Zacchara, and you guys should know I barely speak to Sonny anymore.
Agent Rayner: Anthony Zacchara and Sonny Corinthos have criminal histories far worse than yours. We want them. If you give them to us, you get a blank slate, and should you choose to continue your current activities, I'm not saying we'll look the other way, but you will be very low on our list of priorities. You made a bad choice a long time ago when you didn't know any better. Now is the chance to make a better choice. After all, what do you really owe Sonny Corinthos anyway?
Jason: So you're asking me to give up Sonny to save myself?
Luke: You look like you could use this.
Alexis: Where do I start?
Luke: Start anywhere you like, Natasha. I'm in classic bartender mode. I'm just killing time till my wife decides she needs to talk to me.
Alexis: Nikolas told me about Laura. That's good. He also told me that Tracy’s not taking it very well.
Luke: Well, Tracy’s not concerned about Laura’s health. She's just pissed off at me.
Alexis: Now why would anyone ever be pissed off at you?
Luke: Life changes things, you know. I've changed. Tracy's changed. Laura's in France, and I stayed here. Now, that seems to me that it is self-explanatory, but apparently not to Tracy.
Alexis: Maybe Tracy just wants to believe that you love her the most, that if it came down to you making a choice that you would choose her.
Luke: How'd you know that?
Alexis: Because I watch "Oprah."
Alexis: Isn't it what everybody wants anyway, to be the winner and not the runner-up?
Luke: Believe me, my wife is nobody's runner-up.
Alexis: True. All right, maybe I'm just projecting. I mean, after all, I have three children with three different fathers, and I don't think I've been the love of any of their lives. I don't think I've ever kissed a boy without it turning into an unmitigated disaster.
Luke: Is it just me, or is this whole conversation now kind of turning towards Jerry Jacks?
Lulu: You already said it was fine with you for Johnny to be here.
Maxie: It is, as long as he pays his way.
Lulu: He's my guest in my room.
Maxie: But if I'm going to have to listen to every little thing --
Johnny: She's got a point.
Lulu: Whoa, no, no, no, no, wait. You already agreed on this, and you said nothing about money before.
Maxie: Are you planning on taking showers here?
Maxie: Are you going to use our refrigerator?
Maxie: Are you going to use this portion of the apartment where our couch is and our future television?
Johnny: Okay, look, I got no problem kicking in for rent until I find my own place.
Maxie: Fine, thanks.
Lulu: No, forget it. Johnny is my guest, and he has nothing to do with rent anyway. You didn't even think about this until you thought you heard us having sex and you got jealous.
Maxie: If I'm going to have to put up with the mob prince and the drama princess, I don't think it's unreasonable to expect Johnny to pay his portion.
Lulu: The only drama princess here is you, and he is not paying a dime.
Johnny: Okay, why don't we table this discussion for now, and I'll treat us all to some takeout Chinese, huh?
Maxie: You can do whatever you want as long as you're paying rent.
Agent Rayner: You sure you really understand this offer, Mr. Morgan? You won't have to testify. You won't be prosecuted. All we need is information. Feel free to discuss it with your lawyer, but the deal won't be on the table forever. I suggest you take it while you have the chance.
Jason: Like you said, I need to talk to my attorney.
Agent Rayner: Oh. Well, I'll take that as a no for now. It'll take some time, but eventually you'll realize you'll have to cooperate. It's just a matter of finding the right leverage.
Claudia: Walking daddy to the car. That was a nice touch.
Sonny: Sign of respect.
Claudia: I think it was actually a sign that he can't get there on his own.
Sonny: That, too.
Claudia: Thank you for letting me stay in the room. I know you only did it to annoy my father, but I appreciate it.
Sonny: Well, I like annoying Anthony, and I have no problem with you being in the room, you know, if I'm talking strategy, 'cause I think you need to know what's going on.
Claudia: But you don't trust me?
Sonny: You don't trust me either, but what you need to remember is we're on the same side, right? We're going to, you know -- vice versa. You get what I'm saying?
Claudia: This is so easy it almost feels natural.
Sonny: Is that a problem?
Claudia: It is a problem, because you know as well as I do when something seems too good to be true, it is.
Alexis: I knew Jerry was a liar. He played me, I played him. And the truth is, had I amassed enough evidence to secure a conviction against him, I would have had no trouble turning him over to the feds.
Luke: Really? But I mean, that's just him, right? Just Jerry Jacks? You take a more lenient view of other alleged felons in your acquaintance, right?
Alexis: You mean like you, when you tried to kill my stepmother?
Alexis: Exactly. This nullifies any case that I could make against you, so you're safe.
Luke: Oh, good, well, I'm glad to hear that. Now, back to you and the sociopath.
Alexis: Suffice it to say it didn't end well.
Luke: So what, you were just having too much fun to care?
Alexis: I'm not going to lie to you. I did enjoy his company. He was witty, charming, spoke several languages, well-traveled.
Luke: He was a saint.
Alexis: Very well-read. And now he's dead. Apparently didn't read the manual on how to blow up a freighter, since when he tried to blow up the freighter, he neglected to jump the ship before the bomb went off.
Luke: Well, that's a real kick in the teeth.
Alexis: Speaking of which... I'm not a fan of Tracy’s. Truly, I think that she's vindictive and spiteful and a harpy on a good day. But she must love you very much to put up with all that you do, and to know that you still love Laura must be a real kick in the teeth for her.
Sonny: What do you mean, "Too good to be true"? I made you lunch. We enjoyed it. We had conversation, and I let you stay in the room while I did business.
Claudia: You only married me because you got backed into a corner.
Sonny: Yeah, I made a choice. We both did. It's just no reason to be unpleasant.
Claudia: Well, you seemed to really get a kick out of being unpleasant to me in the past. I mean, you went out of your way to treat me like a whore, and now you're treating me like a human, and it's just a little unsettling.
Sonny: What did you think it was going to be like being married to me?
Claudia: Not this.
Sonny: What did you think? I was going to yell at you all the time and treat you miserable and never stop?
Claudia: I don't know. I've known men who would do all those things.
Sonny: Well, I'm not one of those men. As a matter of fact, you know, I just... I'm not proud of the way I treated you, and it's just that I was -- I had a lot going on, and I was angry, and I took it out on you.
Claudia: Well, I wasn't exactly little miss sunshine either.
Sonny: Yeah, you know what? We got into this marriage for reasons only pretty much both of us know, and you know -- look, we're in it. If one thing happens from one second to the next, then we just have to go with it. I mean, I don't have a problem with that, do you?
Claudia: No, it's just -- it's a surprise, that's all, and I hate surprises.
Sonny: Yeah, yeah, so do I, but you know what? Maybe this one's going to turn out okay. Bad, bad time to interrupt.
Milo: Sorry, boss. I was just dropping off Ms. Zacchara's -- that is, Mrs. C's mail. You've asked me to pick it up from your old place, and --
Sonny: Okay, drop it right there, okay, then just go.
Claudia: Come on. Why are you so hard on the guy? I asked him to bring me my mail.
Sonny: Yeah, but I just hate to be interrupted.
Claudia: Well, maybe Milo just did us both a favor. Who is this from? I wonder who sent me this.
Sonny: You know what? Forget about the mail. Just answer the question.
Claudia: Was there a question?
Sonny: Yeah, what can we do... to make this marriage work for both of us?
Johnny: Maybe Maxie left.
Lulu: With a free dinner on the way? I doubt it.
Lulu: I don't believe it.
Johnny: Do you think she's having sex?
Lulu: Um, isn't it obvious? I bet she's having sex with Spinelli to prove a point to me. I'm going to kill her.
Maxie: Oh, yes, yes!
Johnny: I don't hear him complaining.
Lulu: Yeah, because he's madly in love with her. Oh, my gosh, I can't believe she would be so mean. How could she do this? She's just using him. He would do anything.
Spinelli: Greetings. The Jackal arrives bearing a gift to bring good fortune into the blonde one's new --
Lulu: Wait, uh... if you're out here, who's in there?
Maxie: Don't stop! Don't stop! Yes, yes, yes!
Sasha: Get teams to Pier 23 immediately. We have to get this shipment landed before Jason Morgan interferes.
Sam: Hi, it's Sam. You know the drill. I'll call you back. Thanks.
Lucky: Well, I guess you decided to skip dinner, so next time let me know.
Sam: Jason, pick up.
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