GH Transcript Friday 1/2/09

General Hospital Transcript Friday 1/2/09

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Nikolas: So I take it Eclipse throwing a shoe was a little too much for you?

Nadine: Oh, no. I've been on plenty of horses that have thrown a shoe. I'm just glad we had the good sense to be in the indoor ring instead of outside in the snow and ice.

Nikolas: The farrier's on the way. We can ride again this afternoon.

Nadine: No, no. "Throw a shoe at dawn, and your luck will be gone."

Nikolas: Ah, Aunt Raylene, right? Yeah, okay. Except it's not dawn.

Nadine: Well, we did get up at dawn to ride, and it's still pretty early, so --

Nikolas: You're not serious.

Nadine: Oh, yeah. It's a really bad sign, especially today.

Sam: Jason, hi, it's Sam. Guess what I found slipped under my door this morning? That FBI agent's card, Rayner. Something is not right about this, so I'm going to do a little investigating and --

[Knocks at door]

Sam: Give me a call. All right, I'll be in touch.

Lucky: Sam?

Sam: Hi, I was on my way to answer the door.

Lucky: Listen, if you don't want me to walk in, I totally understand.

Sam: No, it's fine.

Lucky: I'm just so happy to see you. Um, I just -- you know what? I need to explain about New Year’s Eve.

Sam: Hey, don't worry about it.

Lucky: No, I really want to tell you because I don't want there to be any secrets between us.

Maxie: Hi, Spinelli. Did you get my computer connected to the "Crimson" network?

Spinelli: It's done.

Maxie: Oh, excellent. One more burst of caffeine and then my article will be finished. Then I can send it into the network, and Kate will never know that "The Death of the Espadrille" was lost because of the power outage. And because I didn't back it up. Anyway, you were right. The rewrite is way better than the original. Kate will probably rip it to shreds, but -- you look terrible. I should have gotten you orange juice instead of orange soda.

Spinelli: Well, the Jackal is having an untimely encounter with a viral infection of the upper respiratory system.

Maxie: Well, as soon as we're done, I will get you chicken noodle soup.

Spinelli: No.

Maxie: Come on, Spinelli. Chicken noodle soup is good for you. It's been proven by scientists and everything.

Spinelli: No, no, no. Disaster. Defcon --

Maxie: You didn't completely crash the "Crimson" network?

Spinelli: No, it is far worse. No! Red alert. Um, Defcon one.

Lulu: Okay, if the interviewer asks about computers, you tell him you always back up your data.

Johnny: But what do I know about computers besides email?

Lulu: Say you're willing to learn.

Johnny: Man, Spinelli would be able to find a job in a second.

Lulu: Spinelli is a genius.

Johnny: Yeah, and I am an over-privileged guy with a rap sheet and no job experience.

Lulu: Well, you have that rap sheet because of me.

Johnny: Oh, it is not your fault that I have been crashing cars, slugging cops, and doing all sorts of stupid things my whole life.

Lulu: Yes, that is true. But right now, we are going to think positive, okay. I'm going to be sending you these good vibes and you, you have to keep reminding yourself that you are smart, and you are determined, and you are not afraid of hard work. Ah, perfect. Wait --

Johnny: You are as nervous as I am.

Lulu: I'm not -- no, I'm not nervous. I'm not. I'm just -- I'm so proud of you. I'm so happy you're making the break from your family.

Johnny: Well, let's just hope that this interviewer has never heard of my family name before.

Jerry: This is really, really quite amusing. I mean, the truth about little Michael Corinthos is right under his father's nose. Sonny might stumble upon it and find out that you're behind that whole nasty incident. But I can understand that, by now, you're anxious to start the game. So I made the first clue a really easy one. The first DVD is hidden in the window to your soul. I mean, that's presuming that you have a soul. So we'll find out soon enough.

Claudia: Psycho. Psycho.

Sonny: You really think I don't know what you're looking for?

Nadine: I know you think superstition is silly.

Nikolas: Not entirely. Never --

Nadine: Thank you.

Nikolas: You're welcome. Never give knives as a gift. Never shake hands through an open door. And beware of your left shoulder because that's where that little evil spirit likes to hang out.

Nadine: Okay, so you know why today could potentially be a very bad day. It's the same reason why I don't walk under a ladder, especially if it's raining, and why I always leave the last pickle in the pickle jar.

Nikolas: Really? For how long?

Nadine: Until spring time, of course. Then you feed it to the pigs.

Nikolas: Oh, right. Well, that's kind of like the Greek tradition of bread. Our cook would bake it fresh every day and mark it with a sign of the cross. Eventually, she'd end up feeding it to the birds or the dogs or some other living creature. But it never went wasted because it was bad luck.

Nadine: Make fun of me all you want. I'm not going to be any good until I hear from that company licensing Raylene's patent.

Nikolas: Is that really what you're worried about right now?

Nadine: Yeah, I left three or four messages for a Mr. Corday. It's a 212 number, so I know it's New York, not halfway around the world, but I still can't get him to return my call.

Nikolas: Maybe I can have my legal team light a little fire underneath him.

Nadine: No, he'll call me back when he's ready.

Nikolas: He should call you back when you're ready, not the other way around. That licensing company has made quite a bit of money off your Aunt Raylene's patent. And now that you own it, it's not only bad business, it's bad manners not to return your phone call. Sometimes a call from a high-powered attorney is all it takes.

Nadine: Well, okay. You're going to call him right this second?

Nikolas: Well, yeah. It's bad luck to talk about a phone call and then not actually dial the number. You didn't know that?

Spinelli: No, it is not possible.

Maxie: It can't be any worse than when I lost my article last night.

Spinelli: Must be an effect of the power outage or perhaps a virus.

Maxie: Okay, Spinelli, you can tell me all about it after I finish this.

Spinelli: I am the Jackal, the assassin of the internet. I rule cyberspace and yet I -- no, no, it is not possible. I have not been hacked. Please, pray this is a dream. A heinous nightmare brought about by my compromised immune system. How could any marauder get past my firewalls? They are impenetrable layers upon layers of code, infested with worms that are of a destructive and most predatory nature should anyone even try.

Maxie: So while the espadrille has had its day, it's time for it to move -- no, no, no -- step. I like that. It's time for it to step aside.

Spinelli: Who knows what sensitive personal data has been pillaged.

Maxie: Goodbye, jute soles. Goodbye, canvas. Goodbye and good riddance, anything with a wedge.

Spinelli: Wait. Yes -- no, no, it has to be. I have surmised who the villain must be. That coward known as "The Rexecutioner." And now, he will pay and pay dearly.

Lucky: I was on my way over here to spend New Year’s Eve with you when Elizabeth called about her water heater again.

Sam: I understand.

Lucky: Well, it would cost three times that amount for a plumber on New Year’s Eve, so I had to take a look at it.

Sam: It's okay.

Lucky: No, it's not. We had plans.

Sam: It's not like I was all dressed up with nowhere to go. I was going to throw you in the hot tub and watch some fireworks.

Lucky: Well, I didn't spend all night with Elizabeth. I got called in for some overtime.

Sam: That's okay, too, because cops work overtime New Year’s all the time.

Lucky: It's okay to be mad.

Sam: I'm not mad.

Lucky: But you're not okay with either.

Sam: Just -- there's a lot going on. That's all.

Lucky: Meaning what?

Sam: Meaning I would rather not talk about it right now.

Lucky: If you're talking about getting involved with another investigation, you need to tell me.

Claudia: Aren't you supposed to be landing a shipment? Okay, I confess. You caught me. I was measuring the drapes.

Sonny: With your bare hands?

Claudia: It doesn't have to be accurate, exactly. Just yet. So it's just a warning. I mean, I'm not going to make it all the way through winter with those curtains. They look like they belong in a funeral parlor.

Sonny: You are a much better liar than that.

Claudia: I would be lying if I said I liked those drapes.

Sonny: You seem a little rattled. Not that I blame you, because, you know, I understand why you would wait till I was gone to do what you had to do, but I'll save you the trouble. You're not going to find anything.

Claudia: I'm not looking for anything.

Sonny: You really think I'd put a camera in such an obvious place?

Sonny: Not even you are paranoid enough to put security cameras inside the house. Or maybe you're too paranoid for it. I mean, you never know what kind of incriminating evidence could end up on that camera.

Sonny: You never know.

Claudia: I'm sensing a shift in our so-called relationship again.

[Sonny laughs]

Claudia: You're freezing me out. Could it be that it has something to do with you and Kate?

Sam: Look, what's going on is not what you think.

Lucky: Then why the big secret?

Sam: It's complicated.

Lucky: As in illegal?

Sam: No, it's not illegal. I promise you that.

Lucky: Haven't you learned anything from Jerry? From practically going after the Russian mob on your own? From falling into a pit and nearly dying?

Sam: I don't want to fight about this.

Lucky: Neither do I. Look, I don't mean to sound ungrateful. I appreciate what you did by saving Jake’s life. And I'm sure Elizabeth does, too. And if you're upset with me for spending New Year’s Eve with her, --

Sam: Would you give me a little bit more credit than that? I'm glad that you were able to help her. It was the right thing to do. I accept that, just like I hope you accept what I am doing is the right thing, too.

Spinelli: Take that, Rexecutioner. And that.

Maxie: This summer, we'll all be strolling back into the office in our cute kitten heels and sensible "hire me" pumps as we remember the espadrille fondly and vow never, ever to wear them again. Finished. Look, Spinelli, this is me, backing up my work. It's going to go into the network, right?

Spinelli: Just hit send and said epistle will be automatically sent to the fashionista's network and two copies will print out, one for publication and one for file.

Maxie: You are the best. Now if only Lulu would get here with Kate’s latte and her updated itinerary.

Spinelli: Your firewall is no match for the Jackal's onslaught. I am going to destroy you. You are going to wind up in a cyber pit of doom, Rexecutioner.

Maxie: Spinelli, you need to go home.

Spinelli: Maximista is correct. I am in no shape for fighting. It is cruel synergy indeed that the cold virus is invading my immune system as some unknown but hostile force is invading the sanctity of my cyber lair.

Maxie: Who would want to hack into your computer?

Spinelli: The cyber realm is a cruel and brutal world.

Lulu: Sorry I'm late.

Maxie: Could you have cut it any closer?

Lulu: Spinelli, what's wrong?

Maxie: He's sick, and he's been hacked.

Spinelli: Please, I beg the fair ones not to speak of my shame.

Maxie: Spinelli, there's nothing to be ashamed of. That Rexecutioner creep --

[Elevator starts]

Maxie: Oh -- hide!

Kate: So we will have the details of the spring fashion shows filed by the end of this week.

Jax: Before or after Couture?

Kate: Oh, before. By two days. Article.

Maxie: I hope you like it.

Kate: Me, too, Maxie.

Maxie: Messages.

Kate: Thank you. Goodbye, Mr. Spinelli.

Sonny: You have nothing to say about Kate.

Claudia: I'm concerned about me. One minute you're cooking for me and kissing me and acting all charming. The next thing I know, you're all suspicious.

Sonny: You're --

Claudia: Make up your mind.

Sonny: You're right. No, hey, you're absolutely right. When I walked in here, you asked about the shipment, and, um, it landed with no trouble from Jason.

Claudia: Meaning he just let it go by?

Sonny: He knew.

Claudia: He knew about it, and he just stood there?

Sonny: Ah, well --

Claudia: Didn't do anything?

Sonny: What happened was it was Michael’s birthday yesterday, and he didn't want to push it.

Claudia: I'm sorry. I -- I had no idea.

Sonny: My son's in a coma, tied to a bed for the rest of his life. Puts things in perspective.

Claudia: Is there anything I can do?

Sonny: I like the drapes. Leave them alone.

Nikolas: We've been here the whole time. How could you miss a call?

Nadine: Oh, Alfred brought in croissants, we've been talking, it could have turned itself off, got silenced or something.

Nikolas: That's all right. You want to take a walk in the snow, something like that?

Nadine: Um, no. I should probably go back to work. Might as well. I could use the money.

Nikolas: I seriously doubt that, now that you own Raylene's patent.

Nadine: I keep thinking I should call her. She'd know how to handle this.

Nikolas: My lawyer will call back in a second.

[Phone rings]

Nikolas: Excuse me. There you go.

Nadine: That was too weird.

Nikolas: What?

Nadine: That was your lawyer.

Nikolas: Well, it just means that your day's about to change. Old family superstition. Nikolas Cassadine. Yes, yes. Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. Yeah, that really -- that makes sense. You sure? Okay. All right, well, go ahead and contact them and get back to me as soon as you can. Thanks.

Nadine: Was that really your lawyer?

Nikolas: Yes. He did some preliminary research on the patent, and it's licensed to the Equinox Corporation.

Nadine: Equinox? That doesn't sound like farming equipment, unless it's some sort of new age, organic kind of thing.

Nikolas: No, no. Equinox is actually a major defense contractor. It's possible that Raylene's patent for plow fitting is being used for some sort of a weapon.

Sam: I have a lot of respect for what you do, but there are rules that you have to follow and boundaries you have to respect.

Lucky: And you don't?

Sam: I do. Mine are just a little more flexible than yours.

Lucky: So you want me to have faith in you, accept what you do, no questions asked?

Sam: Yeah, that's right.

Lucky: I would if --

Sam: If you trusted me.

Lucky: No, if you had limits, but you don’t. Once you get started, you don't stop.

Sam: Are you kidding me? I just gave you a free pass for standing me up on New Year’s. I understand that your kids come first and Elizabeth comes along with the package. I completely accept that. I just need you to understand that what --

[Pager beeps]

Sam: Ugh.

Lucky: It's work. I have to get going.

Sam: Hey, can we -- can we please have this conversation when you get back? We'll start over.

Lucky: Yeah. I don't know how long I'm going to be gone.

Sam: Well, that's fine because you can -- ugh! We can bring in New Year’s anytime!

Girl: This can't possibly be happening. Please tell me it is not so. Why would the gods of cyberspace choose this day, of all days, to test me?

Spinelli: Um, might I be of some assistance?

Girl: No, thank you.

Spinelli: Well, are you certain?

Girl: The conundrum is far too complex to explain.

Spinelli: Perhaps not.

Girl: If you must know, in cyber terms, I have set forth a ping.

Spinelli: And you have not yet received a pong.

Girl: Are you making fun of me?

Spinelli: Oh, no, the Jackal would never –

Girl: Oh! Cease and desist! There is only one Jackal, and he rules cyberspace. How dare you lay claim to his user name.

Claudia: Window to my soul. Window...to my soul.

Claudia: What -- ah.

Ric: You sure are jumpy these days.

Claudia: Who wouldn't be, the way you keep sneaking up on me like that?

Ric: I thought my timing was impeccable. Sonny just left. You okay?

Claudia: Fine.

Ric: Yeah? You seem a little tense.

Claudia: I'm married to Sonny Corinthos. I'm allowed to be a little tense. Yesterday was Michael’s birthday. Sonny went to see him.

Ric: Oh, I'm sure that wasn't a happy experience for Sonny or for you.

Claudia: Yeah, we're not exactly getting along great lately. But I didn't expect this marriage to be easy, so --

Ric: Good thing you're not going to have to, uh -- it's not going to last forever.

Claudia: What do you mean? Do you know something I don't know?

Kate: Oh, yikes. Oh, look, this is even worse. It's boring. You know what? I think it might be time to consider a new photographer.

Jax: Or a new model.

Kate: The model's all right. It's just the photography -- look, it's so workmanlike. It's completely unoriginal.

Jax: Why don't you just put a celebrity on the cover?

Kate: No, Jax, everybody is doing celebrities. I want something new and different. I want someone to represent our demographic. "Crimson" needs a new face.

Jax: Well, that's a good idea. You could have a contest.

Kate: Are you serious?

Jax: Yeah, I'm no expert, but the winner could be on the cover of "Crimson."

Kate: Okay, tough guy, I do not have the time to go through stacks and stacks of wannabes, all right?

Jax: You just said --

Kate: Let's just stick with the agencies.

Jax: Well, you just said that you wanted something new. Now think of all the free press that it would get.

Kate: Well, okay, you know, this could be a good idea. We do need something different. We could go with a red head.

Jax: No, I want something a little edgier. Something like this. What do you think?

Kate: Yeah, that's hot, Jax. You are no longer allowed to touch anything having to do with "Crimson."

Jax: I have just as much right to this --

Kate: No, you don’t.

Jax: I own "Crimson."

Kate: Oh, you're going to pull that on me?

Jax: Yes.

[Laughing]

Kate: Give that back to me. Give it. Very busy.

Nadine: Your lawyer must be mistaken. What on earth would a defense contractor want with a plow fitting?

Nikolas: He said he triple-checked and that there wasn't a mistake. So I don't know.

Nadine: That doesn't make any sense.

Nikolas: Well, it certainly explains the money, because I don't think one small farm patent could generate the kind of revenue that your aunt's did.

[Phone rings]

Nikolas: What?

Nadine: That's him. I know that's Mr. Corday.

Nikolas: Well, go answer it.

Nadine: This is Nadine. Who am I talking to? Hi, Mr. Corday. Oh, that was really nice of you to come all the way to Port Charles. Sure, I can meet you at the Metro Court. What time would be good for you?

Nikolas: [Whispering] Have him come to you.

Nadine: Actually, you know what, Mr. Corday? That's not going to work for me. I'm going to need you to come somewhere that's a little more convenient for me. Mm-hmm.

Spinelli: Perhaps the Jackal has been drawn into a vortex of a karmic crisis, for no inconsistencies with this system present themselves.

Girl: You fixed it.

Spinelli: Well, not exactly. I perceive no problem. All pings are ponging effectively.

Girl: The Jackal healed my computer, the assassin of the internet, the arch online gaming rival of the Rexecutioner who is but a Jackal wannabe.

Spinelli: Well, your words are too kind.

Girl: I'm humbled and grateful for your attention. I shall record my encounter, though none will believe me on my secret blog. Thank you. You have greatly improved my day.

Spinelli: Pray, what is your name?

Claudia: What do you mean I won't have to stay in it for very long? What do you mean by that?

Ric: It's nothing new. In fact, you can walk out that door right now and the deal would probably still hold.

Claudia: What makes you say that?

Ric: Come on, Claudia, Sonny's running the Zacchara interests. Your father is very pleased with him.

Claudia: So it doesn't matter what I do?

Ric: That's not what I was trying to say.

Claudia: You don't have any idea what it's like to have no power in a family.

Ric: I think I have some idea.

Claudia: Why? Because your father wasn't very caring when you were growing up? You had a decent enough childhood. You sure as hell have plenty of money, and you had a world-class education, didn't you?

Ric: Well, I'm sure it looks that way to you.

Claudia: This marriage is giving me real power for the first time in my life, and there is no way in hell I'm going to give that up. This marriage can be difficult, but Sonny treats me with respect most of the time and that's more than I can say for most of the men in my life.

Ric: So do I fall into that category?

Claudia: No, but I haven't known you for very long, and there are plenty of ways that you can use and abuse me.

Ric: I just wanted you to have a better life.

Claudia: You could prove that you care about me, you know.

Ric: Oh, yeah, how is that going to work?

Claudia: If Daddy has some larger plan, you could let me in on it. You could tell me.

Ric: Look, even if it were true, why would Anthony tell me about it?

Claudia: To pit you against Sonny. To make you feel powerful. I know how my father's mind works. If there's some kind of double-cross in the works here, let me in on it. Maybe to do away with Sonny altogether and leave me a grieving widow who needs company?

Ric: You got some sort of overactive imagination here.

Claudia: All the same, you can't trust my father. I know how he thinks, and I know what drives you. You want to be top dog. No matter what my father told you, no matter what he's saying, everything he does is for the love of his son. That's the only person that he loves, and everything he does, Ric, is to make sure that there's an organization for Johnny to take over when the timing is right.

Ric: Johnny is out of the family business.

Claudia: Yeah, I wouldn't count on that. I wouldn’t. But even if that's the case and John is no longer an issue, you can't trust my father. I know how to out-maneuver him. So if you tell me the plan, maybe you and I could work out some kind of a side deal together.

Ric: I don't know what you're talking about.

Johnny: My last position? Sales, Christmas trees, over the holidays. I've never sold cars before, but I can learn. No, I didn't major in music. I actually didn't go to college. I just play the piano. Yeah, I spent several years in the family business and just decided I needed to make some changes. Yes, it's Zacchara like the gangsters, but I'm not like them. I hated all the publicity, too, but I was found innocent, if you recall. Yes, Anthony Zacchara is my father, but Anthony Zacchara isn't applying for this job. I am, and I'm a hard worker and willing to learn. You want someone to keep jumping through hoops? Hire a monkey. You got that?

Sonny: I don't mean to interrupt the playfulness. Can I speak to you for a second?

Kate: Go ahead.

Sonny: No, no, no, but not in front of him.

Kate: Well, Jax and I are working, and I don't really have time for another fight that doesn't change anything --

Sonny: Okay, you realize that he's only sleeping with you because Carly swore she was sleeping with me?

Kate: That's a really sweet thing to say Sonny. Thanks. It's very respectful. And thanks for bringing up Carly, too.

Jax: You know, I'm glad that Kate realizes that her life with you would be an absolute disaster.

Sonny: Hey, let's just go get a cup of coffee, and we'll talk through some things.

Kate: I've a magazine to run.

Sonny: You don't need Jax, and he really doesn't want you.

Kate: Goodbye, Sonny.

Sonny: Okay, is that what you really want?

Kate: Give my best to your wife.

Maxie: I am so sorry.

Jax: Don't worry about it.

Kate: It's okay, Maxie.

Kate: Okay, well, maybe that was good, right? Maybe it was a good thing. Maybe now he won't come back.

Nadine: I'm Nadine Crowell, and this is my friend --

Nikolas: Nikolas Cassadine, Cassadine Industries.

Corday: Pleasure to meet you.

Nikolas: Likewise.

Nadine: You can sit down. I appreciate you coming all the way out here. It must be quite a change from New York City.

Corday: Well, it's not quite what I expected.

Nadine: So what have you got?

Corday: The Equinox Corporation is prepared to renew the license on the patent according to the terms negotiated prior to your aunt's untimely death. We offer our condolences.

Nadine: Thank you.

Corday: I have taken the liberty of drawing up the check. I hope you enjoy the benefits of your aunt's invention. We'll be in touch in four years when the license expires. Then we're done here?

Nikolas: Hold on just a moment. You're assuming a great deal here, Mr. Corday, and we're not quite finished. In fact, we're just getting started.

Lulu: Hey, what are you doing home?

Johnny: I'm not that good at interviews.

Lulu: What happened to your hand? You didn’t.

Johnny: It was bad, Lulu. A bunch worse than we thought it would be. I tried to keep my cool, but nobody could get past my last name.

Lulu: Tell me you did not hit the interviewer.

Johnny: The guy looked like he was fresh out of high school. He was practically goading me.

Lulu: Did you hit him?

Johnny: No, I slammed a hole in the wall on the way out.

Lulu: Okay, Johnny, look, you'll do better tomorrow.

Johnny: It's going to take weeks to set up more interviews, and what's the point unless I start lying or change my name?

Lulu: Well, if you're serious about starting your own life, you're going to find a way around your father.

Johnny: I used to be so arrogant. I didn't give a damn who knew I was a Zacchara, but now I do.

[Knock at door]

Sam: Finally. I have been sending you emails all morning.

Spinelli: No, no, stop sending emails. Cease and desist. The Jackal can no longer guarantee sanctity of his emails or anything else in cyberspace.

Sam: Why not?

Spinelli: The Jackal was jackaled. I was hacked. I've been humiliated in the one area where I ruled supreme.

Sam: Somebody hacked into your system?

Spinelli: Yes, a vicious web enemy known as the Rexecutioner who has long vowed to leave my firewalls in utter ruin.

Sam: Okay, are you sure that's who it was?

Spinelli: There is no question.

Sam: Okay, then this is going to be a really bad time to ask, but I got a call from this FBI agent, the one who took the statement about the roadhouse explosion, and I need to know if he's investigating me. Is there anyway you can do it? Please, please, please, please.

Spinelli: On a better day, yes. But the Jackal's prowess has flagged into impotence.

Sam: I've never seen you this upset.

Spinelli: You know, those outside of the cyber realm have little idea of the Jackal, but many honor me as the assassin of the internet, the all-knowing. I am revered. Even today, I came across an admirer who was stranded and in need.

Sam: You have fans?

Spinelli: Yeah, many. I have for years, but that was before today.

Sam: I'm sorry. I wish I could help.

Spinelli: No, no, no one can. Thank you, though. I shall sleep now, though my dreams can bring no comfort.

Sam: I worry about you. I want you to be okay.

Spinelli: There is no need. The worst has already happened. All is lost.

Jerry: So I made the first clue a really easy one. The first DVD is hidden in the window to your soul.

Sonny: What the hell are you doing now?

Spinelli: Deepest apologies, my friend. Never in a million years could I ever imagine this would happen to you, but fear not. We shall rise from the ashes and regain our rightful place in cyber royalty. Your firewalls will become more fierce and forbodeable than the very fortress of formidor.

Maxie: Excuse me. Hi. Why are you spying on my friend?

Lulu: Let me see your hand.

Johnny: You're supposed to be at work.

Lulu: Kate's in a meeting. It's okay.

Johnny: I'm fine.

Lulu: Johnny, I'm trying to help. So let me. Hand, please.

Johnny: What is that? It smells good and clean.

Lulu: It's just a few things my mom used to put together, a little bit of aloe and anti-bacterial stuff to take out the sting.

Johnny: Mm, yum.

Lulu: And warm water. I used to get banged up a lot in school. So I have a lot of experience with this.

Johnny: Well, it feels a lot better.

Lulu: It always works.

Johnny: Thanks.

Lulu: You'll find a job. You'll find somebody who can look past your name and hire you for your potential.

[Knock at door]

Man: PCPD -- open up.

Lulu: That sounds like my brother. Lucky, hey. What --

Lucky: Johnny Zacchara, I have a warrant for your arrest.

Nikolas: We all know that Ms. Crowell here now owns the patent. So she'll decide if she would like to continue to do business with the Equinox Corporation. If she does, she'll renegotiate that contract at that time with the assistance of my legal team.

Nadine: But, first, I have a couple of questions.

Corday: Certainly.

Nadine: Okay, what exactly do you use my aunt's invention for?

Corday: I'm sorry. I'm not at liberty to answer that.

Nadine: Why not?

Corday: Security reasons.

Nikolas: Is security -- what, is this some sort of Equinox trade secret?

Corday: I mean national security.

Nadine: Do you use my aunt's plow fitting invention to make plows?

Corday: I can't answer that either.

Nadine: Well, then I don't want your money, and you can't have my patent.

Corday: I'm afraid it's not that simple.

Sonny: You think I'd leave anything important enough for you to, you know, steal?

Claudia: Yeah, I do, as a matter of fact, because you're getting careless.

Sonny: Yeah?

Claudia: Look at that. I'm a world class criminal. You want to divorce me now or later?

Sonny: All right, you know what?

Claudia: What?

Sonny: I shouldn't have gone off like that. I was out of line.

Claudia: Yes, you were.

Sonny: If this arrangement is going to work, I have to trust you, at least to a certain extent.

Claudia: Well, I think trust goes both ways. You respect my privacy and I'll respect yours.

Sonny: Yeah, since we're on the subject of privacy, okay, this -- what you're doing, sneaking around and all that, it's not a good --

Claudia: I'm not sneaking around.

Sonny: I welcome you into my home. I want you to be comfortable. I can't have you ransacking my house every time I turn my back. If you want to know where something is, all you got to do is ask. One other thing, if I find out that you're lying about anything or trying to hide something from me, believe me, sooner or later, I will find out.

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