General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 1/14/09
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Carly: Hello, Alexis. What can I do for you?
Alexis: I thought maybe we could go over a few details about your divorce.
Carly: Shouldn't I be discussing that with Diane since she's my attorney?
Alexis: Okay, so I'm not here on a professional capacity. I'm here because I care about my friend --
Jax: Oh, that's very nice. Rest assured, Alexis, the feeling is mutual.
Patrick: Wow, nice natural light.
Robin: Wow, it's bigger than it looks from the outside or on the website.
Patrick: I like the fireplace.
Robin: Yeah, I can tell you do.
Patrick: It's nice.
Robin: I think this place is the answer to our prayers. When do you think we can move in?
Patrick: Okay, hey, don't you think we should at least finish looking around before we commit to paying for this for the rest of our lives?
Robin: I just have a very good feeling about it. I think we should call the realtor.
Patrick: Okay, Robin, slow down.
Robin: Why? I can feel it. This is our house. I mean, we should just take it before somebody else does and we regret it for the rest of our lives.
Patrick: First of all, you are going to tell me why you're pushing so hard.
Jerry: Congratulations for making it so far. Now, pay attention to the second clue. You'll sleep sounder when you've found it.
Claudia: Sleep, sleep. Sleep sounder.
Kate: What on earth are you doing?
Spinelli: You were out all night.
Jason: Yeah, I know that. So what?
Spinelli: Well, I was deeply concerned. Your disappearance coincided with my release from the clutches of the FBI. So my guess is either you went riding on your bike to shake off any deep seeded anger, or more to the point, you were doing nefarious government business promised in exchange for my release.
Robin: Are you exaggerating to make some obscure point? Because I'm not saying that we should put a down payment on the house without looking at the bathrooms first.
Patrick: Well, that's how it sounded. Sorry if I misunderstood.
Robin: All I'm saying is that the house looks good so far. And, yes, I'm the first to admit I am very motivated to get out of that apartment. I had no idea how much space a baby takes up. And we are surrounded by clutter, which maybe, I don't know, you're used to because of all your years of bachelorhood, but for somebody like me who's neat and tidy, it's driving me a little bit batty.
Patrick: I understand, Robin, but I just --
Robin: You know, don't Patronize me, okay? We both looked at this house online last night, right?
Robin: And we both thought it was great. And now we're here and we know it's great, and I just don't see the point of putting off the inevitable.
Patrick: So I don't even get a vote in this anymore?
Robin: Of course you get a vote, but I can tell you like it. You like it, don't you?
Patrick: In the five minutes we've been here, yes. I don't see anything that alarms me, but I think we should maybe look around. I mean, but, you know, don't let my boring practicality get in the way.
Robin: Fine, then let's go inspect the house.
Alexis: So here's what I'm thinking. I'm thinking that in the harsh light of the day, this may have been a mistake. Okay, I'm just going to come out and say that it's highly inappropriate that I should be seeking her out when you are my client and I'm representing you. You are my primary concern. So it's really not any of my business to question whether she's being honest about how much she loves you -- it really should be a lot -- or whether you believe what she's saying. It's just none of my business, so I'm just going to apologize right now for overstepping.
Carly: Amazing. It's amazing how you can make an apology sound vaguely insulting.
Jax: I'm sure Carly understands you're just acting out of concern.
Carly: Yes, yes. Acknowledged and accepted.
Jax: You're one of my dearest friends, Alexis. It would worry me if you weren't concerned about me. No offense, but what goes on between me and Carly is really, you know, a personal matter.
Alexis: No offense taken. I got it. So I'm going to leave now.
Alexis: Nice flowers.
Carly: So is she horrified or mortified?
Jax: Oh, definitely horrified.
Carly: Oh, wow.
Jax: I mean, I'm sure that she thinks we spent the night together.
Carly: I'm sure she does. And you could have taken pity on Alexis and told her she was wrong. Why didn't you?
Claudia: I'm sorry; did I miss the part where you were just allowed to stroll into my bedroom whenever you felt like it?
Kate: Your bedroom?
Claudia: Yeah, that's what I said.
Kate: That's really funny, Claudia, because I don't see any of your things here.
Claudia: Well, I'm still moving in.
Kate: Okay, don't even bother trying. You don't share this room with Sonny, all right? And Sonny will catch you in that lie as soon as he finds out, which will be pretty soon.
Claudia: Oh, but it's not now, because Sonny's not here. And for the record, my husband and I take turns sleeping and doing whatever else comes naturally in every room of this house -- our business. What it's not, is any of yours. So why are you here?
Kate: I don't know, Claudia, why don't you think really, really hard. Maybe it's to see Sonny.
Claudia: Well, the guard shouldn't have let you in. I'll have to talk to him about that.
Kate: Okay, well, you can save your breath because the guards know to let me in, Claudia. You may be Sonny's wife legally, but Sonny has made it very clear that I am welcome in his home, in his life. I'm a fact, Claudia. I suggest you figure out a way to get used to it.
Maxie: I can't believe Spinelli's not returning my phone calls.
Lulu: You can't be surprised. From what you've told us, you ripped his heart out and pretty much bludgeoned it.
Maxie: Well, rub it in, why don't you? I'm going to be tying myself in knots trying to make up for it. But there's something bigger going on here, something that takes precedence over everything else. It's called treason. I'm never going to be able to get that out of my head, those FBI agents manhandling Spinelli, cuffing him. Oh, we have to pay rent today.
Lulu: No, not until the end of the month.
Maxie: Are you going back on our deal? We said we were going to pay rent a few days early so it doesn't fall through the cracks and we end up paying penalties.
Lulu: I know, but I'm cash poor right now. So how about half this week and half next week?
Maxie: That's not how rent works and you know it.
Lulu: What do you want from me? I only have half.
Johnny: I'll kick in the difference.
Lulu: You don't have any money either. That's why you're looking for a job.
Johnny: No, I have cash left over from the lease refund. I'll pay Lulu's half.
Maxie: Well, that works perfect. Now is a good time.
Lulu: No, absolutely not.
Jason: The situation is being handled. That's all you need to know.
Spinelli: I don't think that's particularly fair.
Jason: You can think whatever you want to think, just stay out of trouble. No more hacking into government files. No more hacking at all.
Spinelli: I'm painfully aware of my narrow escape. I realize that I was inches away from being swept out of my happy existence and into the maw of the federal criminal justice system, but I was undeniably guilty of the charges against me. The penalties were clear and irrefutable. Incarceration was imminent. And then all of a sudden, the federal ones did an about face. I was set free, and it couldn't have been because you asked nicely. Some major concession had to be made, and I just fear that Stone Cold compromised --
Jason: Spinelli! We are not discussing this.
Spinelli: Well, the Jackal can only interpret Stone Cold's unaccustomed snappishness as proof that he has indeed entered an unholy alliance with the federal ones on my behalf.
Jason: Okay, Spinelli, you're a great friend, okay? You're somebody that I trust and that I rely on. The problem is that I relied on you too much. I mean, you're so smart that I forget that you're a kid, that you're eager to please, that you want to help and you want to play a part, and that's exactly what you did. You helped me so much that I lost sight of what working for me could cost you.
Spinelli: You didn't force me into anything --
Jason: I took advantage of you. I put you in harm's way, and I just want to say that I'm sorry for that, okay? It was wrong. I can't undo what's happened, but what I can do and what I will do is I'm going to watch your back. So no more talking about business and no more questions, okay?
Spinelli: The Jackal, as usual, obeys.
[Knock at door]
Sam: Well, how'd it go last night?
Lucky: Cam, he was exhausted. He was out like a light as soon as he hit the bed.
Sam: Good. That's good. I mean, it's not every day you get to have a picnic at night and see the Parade of Lights.
Lucky: Yeah. So were you able to fix what was going on with Spinelli?
Sam: Yeah, I mean, I don't know. It seems to be okay right now. I just have a feeling it's not going to stay that way.
Lucky: Well, I wouldn't lose any sleep over it.
Sam: Wow, that's a charming thing to say.
Lucky: You know Spinelli has influential friends, and I'm sure Jason will twist the law to get him out of any trouble that he's in.
Sam: Would you like to help me fill out this application?
Lucky: Application for what?
Sam: Well, I have decided to go for my P.I. license. What?
Lucky: Did it ever occur that you might want to discuss this with me first?
Patrick: Well, did you see anything to change your mind?
Robin: No, I didn't. Did you?
Patrick: Nope. I mean, it's big enough for us spread out, but not too overwhelming. Classic architecture, which I prefer, newly remodeled kitchen, big backyard. Plus, that oak tree is plenty big for Emma’s first little tree house. Two car garage -- enough room to tinker.
Robin: Tinker? Come on, we both know that you are helpless at fixing things.
Patrick: Okay, with the exception of cars. So I guess we could continue to look around, but the house is good. The price is right.
Robin: I love this house. I love this neighborhood. And at the risk of sounding pushy, I want to move in as soon as possible.
Claudia: Here's something to think about. If you're such a huge fact of Sonny's life, how come you didn't know he wasn't here? I mean, shouldn't you be intimately familiar with his comings and goings at all times?
Kate: Yeah, you're probably right about one thing, Claudia. I shouldn't be here. Next time I'll just have Sonny come to me. You know, skip the middle man altogether.
Claudia: Good, you do that. Beg, cry, whine, plead for him to come back to you. Who knows, Kate, you might catch him in a moment of weakness. But here's a tip -- he doesn't have a lot of those anymore.
Kate: But Sonny loves me still, always.
Claudia: Maybe. Maybe. Unfortunately for you, love doesn't rank high on Sonny's list of priorities. For instance, it ranks well below power. Power -- that's Sonny's favorite. That's what he gets from being married to me. So no matter how much you hope or wish for it, he's not going to divorce me, Kate. That pretty much relegates you to the role of mistress, doesn't it? Which, by the way, I'm fine with that.
Claudia: Mm-hmm. Whatever works for my husband, that's what I'm about. But here's another tip. The mistress doesn't barge into the bedroom. The mistress accepts her secondary position on the ladder of respect, something that my husband and I are really big on. And the mistress stays out of the wife's face. Got it? Bye-bye.
Kate: Wow, okay, well, now that I'm all familiar on mob rules, I'll be sure to tell Sonny that I saw you searching his room.
Claudia: Do that.
Jax: What? No.
Carly: Tell me. Why did you let Alexis leave here thinking that we had spent the night together when we didn't?
Jax: I don't have to explain myself to Alexis. This is my personal life. If she wants to jump to conclusions without knowing all the facts, then how am I to stop her?
Carly: All right, it's driving me crazy that I can see things from Alexis' point of view, but she has a right to be concerned.
Jax: How is that?
Carly: Well, I mean, she's repping you in the divorce. If you and I are intimate, well, that means the divorce is off the table, right?
Jax: Well, that hasn't definitely been decided yet, so --
Carly: Oh. You're paying her a lot of money to stall the divorce.
Jax: Well, it's because I know that my instincts are good.
Jax: Yeah, I think that we have a real good shot at getting back together or at least moving in the right direction. So let Alexis and Diane rack up the billable hours, and we'll just continue what we're doing. We'll keep the momentum going, you know -- if that's okay with you.
Carly: Works, works for me.
Jax: Good. Okay, well, I have to get back to the hotel.
Carly: Okay. Thanks for coming by and setting up Morgan’s V-tech V-motion. Thank you.
Jax: Okay. I'll see you later.
Sam: Would you like me to be honest?
Lucky: Always better than a lie.
Sam: Okay, the answer is no, it did not occur to me to consult you. Lucky, this is a life decision about me that has to be made by me.
Lucky: Well, I thought us being a couple meant all important decisions affect us both.
Sam: Well, I'm very sorry if you felt left out. It certainly wasn't my intention, but I have just come to the realization that I am uniquely qualified to be a P.I. Shall I count the ways?
Lucky: Yeah, I'm listening.
Sam: Okay, let's see. I am pretty good at running cons. I know how to research a subject. I'm pretty cool under pressure, yeah? I'm sort of a jack of all trades. And guess what? I know how to work a firearm.
Lucky: I think this whole P.I. license just justifies putting yourself in dangerous situations. Just curious, will this job include hot-tubbing with the men you're investigating?
Sam: Oh, that's really nice, Lucky. Throw Jerry in my face any chance that you can get. I thought that you'd forgiven me for this, but I guess I was wrong.
Lucky: No, I thought I could if you actually wanted to be forgiven, but you think what you did was just fine.
Spinelli: Mr. Sir?
Spinelli: Mr. Sir?
Spinelli: I'm sorry.
Claudia: What the hell are you doing here? You scared the crap out of me.
Spinelli: I didn't mean to alarm Vixenella. I only wish to speak to Mr. Sir about a matter of paramount --
Claudia: Next time you use the doorbell or you're going to end up dead.
Jason: No. Information, Bernie, okay? That is the new priority. I need to know who the Zaccharas are working with, what's on the ships that they are landing. No, no, I do not want you to intercept the shipments, okay? I need Intel. That's what I need right now, anything and everything on the Zaccharas that you can get me. Hold on, I got another -- you know what? Just get back to me as a fast as you can, okay? I got another call. Yeah? No, no, I'm at home. You shouldn't come here. Okay, fine. I'll be waiting to see you.
[Knock at door]
Carly: Are you okay?
Jason: Yeah, I'm fine.
Carly: I heard something break, Jason.
Jason: That's -- it's fine. I'm just, you know, I'm venting.
Carly: Well, that's not fine because you don't vent. That's out of character for you. Okay, I'm sorry that I didn't help you set up that meeting with Sonny last night. Did you see him on your own?
Jason: Yeah, I saw him. It was a complete waste of time
Jason: You know, you did the right thing last night by not getting involved, and I'm actually sorry that I asked you and I'm really glad that you just turned me down.
Carly: I didn't have a choice. I want Jax in my life and I can't get caught up in Sonny's drama again, but that doesn't mean I don't care, Jason.
Jason: Yeah, I know. I know that.
Carly: Okay, you're calm and steady in the worst of times, so if you start throwing objects across the room, things must be pretty bad.
Jason: I never -- I never looked at Sonny as an enemy. You know, I never hated him. I never wished him any harm no matter how wrong he was. I've always considered him to be my best friend and things are changing. And I don't think I can look at him that way any more. So I have to realistically decide right now how far I have to go to protect him.
Carly: I don't understand. Protect him from what?
Jason: From himself, from his destructive choices. I mean, who am I to talk, right? Look at the choices I've made. You know, just -- they catch up to you, you know? One way or the other, they're going to catch up to you.
Carly: Stop talking to me in riddles and tell me what's going on.
Jason: I can't tell you anything. And I don't want you to worry because I know what I'm doing, okay? I'm just -- you know what? I'm glad that things are going good for you in your life. Are you and Jax getting back together?
Carly: It's not official. You know, we put the divorce on hold. I'm hopeful.
Jason: That's great. That's great. Good. So you just dropped by for what, exactly?
Carly: Okay, well, I came by to remind you that the benefit to kick off the Michael Corinthos Fund for Pediatric Head Injuries is tomorrow night.
Jason: All right, so you're looking forward to that, right?
Carly: Yeah, I am. I don't expect you to put on a suit and hang out with the good people of Port Charles, but I do expect a big fat donation. Mostly, I came here so I could tell you face to face that I love you and I really hope whatever you're struggling with right now doesn't cause you too much pain.
Spinelli: The Jackal was under the apparently mistaken impression that his relationship with the Vixenella was a cordial, even friendly one, so why would she threaten him with death?
Claudia: I'm sorry. Spinelli, I'm sorry I snapped. I like you. I really do. I do. Um -- you work for Jason and Jason just made a whole lot trouble for Sonny by blowing up this vital shipment, so there is an ugly confrontation coming. It's going to be Sonny against Jason. And until it's over, you're in the enemy camp. So Sonny's not going to want to see you or hear from you. And the guards are about to get their asses handed to them for letting you on the property. They are going to be more cautious next time and might be trigger-happy. And the last thing I want to do is walk up on you with a bullet in your head in the courtyard, so, you know, don't tempt fate. Go away and don't come back until it's over.
Spinelli: I see your point and will comply with your request, but I do request something in return. If you could ask Mr. Sir to call me, it is a matter of utmost importance.
Claudia: Okay, I'll ask, but I can't guarantee that you're going to hear from him.
Sam: Okay, I know you don't agree with me, but yes, I believe it was the right thing to do to go after Jerry. Because if I hadn't, what would he be doing right now? He would be creating havoc all over town. And no, I'm not particularly proud of the methods that I had to use, but guess what, Lucky? I went with what got results.
Lucky: The end justifies the means?
Sam: In this case, absolutely.
Lucky: Yes, and all other cases that you will come across in your new career.
Sam: Will you do me a big favor and please, please just try and look past how much you hate my recent decisions and see it from my perspective? I am a fiercely independent woman with very limited job prospects. Being a P.I. is one of the few things I'm actually suited for, and guess what? I was really very excited to pursue it. And I was hoping, I was praying that I would get your support instead of you being judgmental, or is that too much to ask for?
[Knock at door]
Alexis: Hi. Well, did I come at a bad time?
Lucky: No, your timing couldn't be better. I'm sure you and your mom have lots to talk about.
Sam: Oh, yeah.
Alexis: I think he was in a bad mood.
Sam: Lucky does not want me to be a P.I. I'm sure you want to weigh in, too.
Robin: Wow. We just bought a house.
Patrick: Nervous yet?
Robin: I'm a little dizzy.
Robin: I feel very -- I feel very adult.
Patrick: Yes, yes, definitely the biggest single purchase of my life.
Robin: I know, and it happened so quickly. I can't believe the realtor said we could move right in because it's unoccupied and our escrow is going to be so short.
Patrick: Okay, so any buyer's remorse we should talk about?
Robin: No. No, I can't wait to move in. I think it's going to make all the difference.
Patrick: Okay, come here. One little thing here that I can't seem to wrap my head around.
Patrick: We actually have a white picket fence.
[Knock at door]
Robin: Oh, look. Our first visitor. Hello.
Elizabeth: Hey. I thought I recognized your car in the driveway. Are you guys thinking about buying this house?
Patrick: We were.
Robin: And then we did. Howdy, neighbor.
Patrick: Just so you know, proximity to you was a definite point in the house's favor.
Elizabeth: I just can't believe you guys are my new neighbors. And this house is amazing. It's a little sudden, though, isn't it?
Robin: Well, sometimes it happens that way, right?
Elizabeth: Well, then when are you moving in?
Patrick: As soon as we can arrange it.
Elizabeth: Let me think, what can I tell you? You're not living blocks away from the hospital anymore. This is the other side of town. But our street practically has no traffic, which is really great for the kids. However, we are the last to get snow plowed, so you better invest in a blower or shovel or something, because you know the storm's coming.
Patrick: That is a good point. See, these are things we have to think about as new homeowners. I'm going to going to go to the garage and see if the other owners left anything of use.
Robin: What have we done?
Lulu: I was specifically told not to accept any excuses -- Kate’s word, not mine. Bottom line, their deadline is non-negotiable. If those sketches are not on Kate’s desk first thing tomorrow, you're history. Sorry. Good luck.
Carly: Wow, Kate sounds like a fun lady to work for.
Lulu: You have no idea.
Carly: All right, what's so important that brought you here in the middle of a work afternoon?
Lulu: Um, this is really hard for me. I hate to ask anybody for anything.
Carly: I hate that, too.
Lulu: Um, I -- I want to be independent. It's extremely important to me. Um --
Carly: Can I -- can I save you the pain? You want to borrow some money.
Lulu: I'm a little short, and Maxie insists on paying the rent early.
Carly: Come on, you can have whatever you want.
Lulu: Thank you, thank you. I will pay you back, I swear. And I know you'll let me. That's why I'm asking you and not Nikolas, because he would sweep in and buy the building I'm renting and put a million dollars into an account for me.
Carly: Wow, see, that's the difference between you and me. If I had a sinfully rich brother who offered to buy me a building, I'd say okay.
Lulu: No, I do not believe that for a second. You're the most independent woman I know. You totally stand on your own. That's what I'm going to do. That's what Johnny's doing. He's out getting a job right now.
Epiphany: I suggest that you take a couple of classes at the local junior college. It will help since you have, well, no real experience.
Johnny: Okay, but I thought the only requirement for an orderly position was a high school diploma.
Epiphany: That's true, but times are tough. Look, two convalescent hospitals closed a couple of months ago. That put a surplus of over-qualified candidates back out on the market, which means that people are considering jobs that they wouldn't have before. I'm sorry, John. I have a feeling that you would have made an exemplary employee and I wish I could hire you.
Johnny: So do I.
Epiphany: Look, why don't I keep your information on file and let you know if anything changes.
Johnny: Okay, I appreciate you being so nice, but I'd rather have honesty. I don't stand a chance, do I?
Epiphany: With your lack of experience and education, not really.
Sam: I have always been a disaster when it comes to office work.
Alexis: I remember.
Sam: And my very brief brush with fame as Miss Everyday heroine -- you know what? That convinced me that I never, ever, ever, want to take the road of show business ever again.
Alexis: You don't have to justify your choice to me. If you want a P.I.'s license, then go for it.
Sam: I am sorry. I still think I'm in my conversation with Lucky. Do you know what he said to me? He thinks that I get off on putting myself in dangerous situations. And you know what? He may be right. But guess what I have learned over the past? That I am not going to make myself over for anybody else because it never, ever turns out well in the end.
Alexis: I agree. In fact, I think you go at something with honesty about yourself, about other people. It's an honorable way to live. And to whatever extent that I can help you, I will.
Sam: Wow. That was a nice surprise.
Sam: I don't know. I just, um, I expected you to resist, I guess.
Alexis: Nope. Nothing.
Sam: Well, that's good. Thank you. I just, um, you know, I wanted you to know where I was coming from.
Alexis: I appreciate that. And in that spirit, I want to tell you that I know that you're friends with Spinelli, and he is in some big trouble. And it's out of my jurisdiction, so I can't help him, and I thought maybe you'd just want to know.
Sam: Thank you. I do know. I found out last night. But thank you for caring enough to tell me.
[Knock at door]
Maxie: Spinelli! Oh, my God, why haven't you returned my phone calls? I've been so worried about you.
Spinelli: I'm really sorry to have alarmed Maximista, but I fear I'm not done. I bring most unsettling tidings.
Maxie: The feds cannot still be after you. Jason said he fixed that.
Spinelli: Indeed, he did. There's been no subsequent contact from the feds, but I have this sinking suspicion that Stone Cold either placed himself in grave danger or betrayed his moral code to affect my rescue.
Maxie: I can see how you'd be worried. I'm sure you came with a big price tag on your head, but you have to keep remembering that it was Jason's decision to make. And you trust him, right?
Maxie: Did he tell you to stay out of it and that it was handled?
Maxie: Then please, believe him, Spinelli. He just wants to make sure you're safe. Let him. For my sake, if not for yours, please, just let him.
Epiphany's voice: Nurse Johnson, sixth floor.
Lulu: Perfect. Just the person I wanted to talk to.
Epiphany: Who is this?
Lulu: Lulu Spencer. I know that Johnny had scheduled an interview with you today.
Epiphany: Ah, well, John's already come and gone.
Lulu: Oh, that was quick. How'd it go?
Epiphany: Well, we didn't have a place for him. I'm sorry.
Lulu: Me, too. Well, um, thank you anyway.
Johnny: Can you come up with a good enough excuse to ditch "Crimson" for the rest of the day?
Johnny: Well, because I want to spend as much time with you as I can. Starting tomorrow morning, I'm going to be working -- a lot.
Johnny: Yeah, I got the job at the hospital.
Lulu: Really? Wow. That's -- that's -- congratulations.
Johnny: Thank you. Go change.
Jerry: Well, well, well. Aren't you a resourceful little thing? No doubt you're chomping at the bit to find the next DVD that reveals your involvement in little Michael’s shooting, so I'll take pity and make this easy for you. You will find what you seek in Sonny's plush, if somewhat over-decorated, study. Until then, you're on shaky ground, darling. Of course, if Sonny finds my missive first, it will simply be the end. No doubt you've realized there's a clue somewhere, so good luck deciphering it. I hope you live to see me again. Bye, darling.
Robin: I just hit critical mass with my apartment. That place was way too small for a family of three. I mean, all I did was clean and straighten up and nothing ever seemed to stay that way.
Elizabeth: I know, it is mind-blowing how much paraphernalia a baby really needs. Taking a trip to the park is like taking a trek across the Himalayas.
Robin: Exactly. But you never seem rattled.
Elizabeth: Oh, God. I have told you before, any calm you think you see is just an illusion. Believe me, there are days when I feel like I'm way in over my head, especially since my marriage fell apart. But I learned if you just do one thing at a time, eventually everything gets done. And you know what the best part is? It's that little Emma loves you whether your house is clean or not.
Patrick: Hey, I'm going to make a quick run to the hardware store to make sure we're stocked up for the snowstorm.
Elizabeth: Check my garage first. Make sure we're not buying duplicates.
Patrick: Yeah, that would be great.
Elizabeth: One of the benefits of knowing your neighbor. Call me if you guys need help with anything, okay?
Robin: Thank you.
Patrick: Our new home.
Robin: Our house.
Patrick: Yeah. We did the right thing, right?
Robin: Moving in here is going to fix everything.
Jason: Our arrangement won't stay much of a secret if the FBI keeps showing up at my door.
Rayner: You don't seem to grasp the reality of your situation. Your game flipped last night. You're not calling the shots anymore, and I'll come here whenever I deem necessary. And you will provide us with what we need in order to convict Corinthos and Zacchara or your protégé, Spinelli --
Jason: I know the terms of our agreement, okay? I don't have anything yet. If I did, I would call you and make arrangements to meet somewhere else.
Rayner: Well, there's a new priority, something we think you can help us with. A truck carrying cargo from the Equinox Defense Analysis and Construction Corporation was hijacked near the Canadian border. Now, it could have been Corinthos acting on behalf of the Zaccharas, it could have been Anthony acting on his own, it could have been an independent group -- a biker gang and the like. Use your connections to find out.
Jason: Yeah, I'll ask around. But I'll tell you one thing. If I find out who's behind this hijacking and your agents swoop in and make these big arrests, you don't think it's going to come back to me?
Rayner: Well, then handle it so it isn't so obvious. We need to recover that shipment as soon as possible. Your job is to help us get it. Your methods are up to you. I need to recover that Equinox truck with its cargo intact.
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