General Hospital Transcript Friday 3/20/09
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Rayner: Corinthos will have plenty of extra security tonight. Every major player in this part of the country is on that guest list. They'll be coming from as far away as South America, Puerto Rico, you name it. And now that you're back in his good graces, no one would dare pat down Sonny's enforcer. You'll make the rounds, and we'll be listening.
Jason: I'm not wearing a wire. So you might as well just arrest me and get it over with.
Rayner: You're no good to me in prison. Spinelli -- that's another story.
Jason: Spinelli risked his life to help you clean up your mess after you lost track of that poison. That's what he did.
Rayner: I'm very grateful to Mr. Spinelli. He's a decent kid. And I do not like continuing to use him as leverage like this. This would be a hell of a lot easier if you would do the right thing and wear the wire on Sonny. Yeah, that's what I thought. All right then. Here's the bottom line. You don't cooperate, we arrest Spinelli within the hour. And don't tell me we don't know where he is. We know where he is. So what's it going to be? You wear the wire to the Corinthos summit or Spinelli goes to jail tonight.
Winnifred: While the priestess would love nothing more than to compliment the Jackal, she cannot honestly say that the current garb is a successful upward transition relative to prior choices.
Spinelli: The Jackal disagrees. This disguise should enable me to re-enter the lair of the federal ones and destroy the evidence against me.
Carly: You do not have to carry me across the threshold every single time we enter the room.
Jax: I am going to do that until the day I stop marrying you. Besides, it's good luck. And you're good luck, honey.
Carly: I want everything immediately, right now.
Jax: I love the way you think.
Carly: What is this?
Jax: That's nothing.
Claudia: John asked you to divorce me?
Sonny: Yeah. He said he'd show up, you know, endorse the takeover. He's basically making a deal. He said he'd get his father's people to be nice and all that with me if I cut you loose.
Claudia: So should I go upstairs and get dressed for the party or get packed?
Sonny: You know, I had a thought that maybe you put Johnny up to this because you wanted out of the marriage. You know what I mean? And if that's the case, then that's fine. You go ahead and go and we'll call it --
Claudia: Wait, is that your way of saying that you want a divorce?
Sonny: The marriage is what it is. Look, I admit it's better than I thought it would be. We've had this conversation already. I don't see any reason to change. I mean, whatever. But if you --
Claudia: I don't want to change anything either.
Sonny: Then there's no problem.
Claudia: As long as you understand that I'm on your side.
Sonny: Why do you keep saying that? You want to convince me?
Claudia: Honestly, I think I'm just nervous a little bit about tonight.
Sonny: You don't have anything to be -- you're my wife. You don't have to justify anything to anybody.
Claudia: Thank you for saying that. That means a lot to me. So was he mad or was he upset?
Sonny: I didn't notice. He was just -- whatever. He was here. Whatever -- he left.
Claudia: He just worries about me too much.
Sonny: Because he thinks I'm using you.
Claudia: He doesn't trust you.
Sonny: Well, hey, Johnny's not even in the business anymore.
Claudia: He doesn't trust you with me.
Sonny: Okay, but do you trust me? That's the bottom line.
Claudia: I'm here, aren't I?
Sonny: All right. Well, then you've got nothing to worry about. Look, tonight is about one thing. It's about letting everybody know that I'm back and Jason's stepping down, right.
Sonny: And you're going to be right beside me.
Claudia: Well, that's exactly where I want to be.
Rayner: Corinthos is thumbing his nose at the FBI with this summit. But the timing couldn't be more perfect. I expect you to bring us enough information to take Sonny down and anybody else who happens to be standing close to him.
Jason: I'm not going to do it!
Rayner: You know, I have been very patient with you. I have given you a choice. Corinthos or Spinelli. Look at it this way. Damien Spinelli is an intelligent, idealistic, highly-impressionable, kind-hearted geek. Now all of that intellect, all of that kind-heartedness will be crushed in prison. He will be targeted, and he will be destroyed. Sonny Corinthos is a career criminal who has put himself above the law since he was a teenager. He has taken advantage of everyone around him. Sonny Corinthos is a criminal who will die, probably in a couple of years. Now which one is more valuable to society? It's up to you. You make the decision. What will it be?
Spinelli: The priestess herself informed me that all manner of military personnel pervade the halls of the fearsome fed-a-torium, so in this disguise I would be able to hide in plain sight.
Winnifred: Yet, the Jackal has been warned by Stone Cold, in the strongest of terms, to remain in hiding. Perhaps it's time for us to just set aside our own plans and obey.
Spinelli: How can you sit here and do nothing when we have the opportunity to prove ourselves? Hand-in-hand, marching into the fray as it were. In this desperate hour, we must shine for our own salvation is at hand.
Winnifred: Yes. A thousand times, yes. Okay, however, that said --
Spinelli: Do you doubt my ability to hide under the radar?
Winnifred: Well, such a bold disguise will surely attract more attention than would serve our mission.
Spinelli: Oh, come on. Let's just run it up the flag and see who salutes. Desperate times call for desperate measures. I continue to note a sense of reservation.
Winnifred: Well, couldn't the Jackal just remain on these premises and guide the priestess through the security upgrade telephonically? Then she could simply enter the evidence room, attain the flash drive, destroy the evidence, and set the Jackal free.
Spinelli: I cannot allow my friend to risk all while I cower in safety. I must indeed prove that I am a man of action I have to be a hero in my own eyes if no one else's.
Winnifred: Yet, this disguise does not provide desperately needed protection. In fact, it is far more likely to cause suspicion and potential incarceration.
Spinelli: Okay. General Jackal is hereby retired.
Winnifred: Most gracious thanks. The priestess has another idea.
Mac: Okay. Yeah. Yeah, that sounds good. All right, let me know. Okay. All right, I just put out an APB on Robin.
Maxie: I assume you didn't tell them that she was armed and dangerous.
Patrick: Mac, what did she say in her message again?
Mac: She said not to worry, that she's fine. That she needed some breathing room. But if she were sick, why didn't either one of you try to help her?
Maxie: Have you ever tried to tell Robin something she didn't want to hear?
Patrick: Any time you'd bring up postpartum depression or seeing a doctor, she'd get angry and shut down.
Mac: Why didn't you tell me?
Maxie: She would have thought that was a huge betrayal.
Mac: So you denied it instead?
Patrick: Listen, Mac, I just got tired of being the bad guy. So I would try to take care of Emma when I could, and if I wasn't around, I'd make sure someone else was. I thought it would get better, but it didn't. And it turns out Robin was just lying to my face.
Mac: That doesn't make sense. Robin loves Emma. You know, she wanted a child more than anything.
Patrick: Trust me, I know Robin loves Emma. But anytime I bring any of this up, she would just say I was accusing her of being a bad mother.
Patrick: Did you?
Maxie: Mac. Patrick is trying to tell you how impossible it is to talk to Robin. And when we find her, she's not going to have this huge realization -- oh, my God, I have postpartum depression. She will have a completely logical explanation for why she walked out on her husband and her little girl.
Robin: So on my conference call, my boss said that he wants me to stay in Rochester for a few more days.
Brad: That's great.
Robin: And since I made such a rude exit, I thought I would come back here and at least apologize to you and to see if that offer to go out was still good.
Brad: Sure, I just need to make a couple calls.
Robin: Oh, no, you made other plans. I feel horrible.
Brad: No, please, you're doing me a favor. I don't want to spend one more night in the sports bar with the guys. You are very pretty when you smile.
Robin: I don't want to ruin your boys' night.
Brad: You're not, but let's make this official. Nancy Green, would you go out with me tonight?
Robin: Yes, I certainly will.
Carly: Stay away from me.
Jax: Not a chance.
Carly: I'm telling you, I will spray this all over you.
Jax: Give me the champagne.
Carly: No, no.
Jax: Give it me.
Jax: I am the winner.
Carly: Oh, God.
Carly: Oh, good Lord.
Jax: To my lovely wife.
Carly: To my amazing, handsome husband.
Jax: To the love of my life, who will be splendid on our 60th wedding anniversary.
Carly: Oh, God.
Mac: Once we get a location on Robin, I'm going to go get her.
Patrick: I'm going after Robin alone.
Mac: Not a chance, Patrick.
Patrick: Mac, I'm her husband.
Mac: You're the man she ran away from.
Patrick: Look, I know it's a lot easier to blame me than to admit Robin's got a problem.
Mac: You're not going to take any responsibility in this at all, are you? First, you drag her through an on-again off-again relationship. You get her pregnant. You drag her into a marriage that she never really wanted. You expected her to be the perfect parent instantly. Then you move her into this house before she was ready. No wonder Robin's depressed.
Maxie: Stop it. First, that is not how things happened. And second, and more important, people don't go around giving other people postpartum depression, so don't blame him.
Mac: I think he could have handled it a lot better.
Maxie: Patrick, I'm sorry. Mac still thinks of Robin as his little girl, and he probably always will. So at the first sight of trouble his response is always going to be extreme, like when he had you arrested when you and Robin couldn't figure out how to agree to get married.
Mac: What's your point, Maxie?
Maxie: My point is we think Robin is this super woman. That she's invincible, but she's not, Mac. She's just like the rest of us. And the last thing she needs is you and Patrick fighting with each other.
Mac: There's nothing to fight about. I'm going after my niece.
Patrick: And I'm going after my wife.
Maxie: Well, I'm not going after anyone. You guys can duke it out. Mac, I love you and so does Robin, but she also loves Patrick. Good luck.
Mac: I'm going after my niece.
Robin: So what movie were you thinking?
Brad: I don't really care as long as something blows up.
Robin: Really? What about this one -- Se Trouver?"
Brad: Do you speak French?
Robin: A little bit.
Brad: What does that mean?
Robin: What does it mean? It means, you know, finding yourself. As in, I find you to be a nice person. And it'll be a million years before that one makes it to Port Charles.
Brad: What difference does that make?
Robin: Port Charles is my next stop on my sales run.
Brad: So if we see this French movie, am I going to have to read the little words at the bottom of the screen?
Robin: Well, yes, if you want to know what the movie is about.
Robin: But I can see something else. It's just that this got really great reviews.
Brad: Does anything blow up?
Robin: I think the marriage does.
Brad: Then maybe we should see something else. Something funny. Maybe a movie with dancing cars and singing penguins. Something where the movie ends happily.
Robin: I'd like that.
Robin: Let's go.
Rayner: I want that surveillance van parked at least four blocks from the Corinthos property. Yeah. He had a little tantrum.
[Knock on door]
Rayner: But he'll come through.
Sam: Agent Rayner. We need to discuss the hold up on my P.I. license.
Rayner: Do you always let your mother solve your problems for you?
Sam: You have no right to slow down that process.
Rayner: Don't take it personally.
Sam: Really? So you're telling me this has nothing to do with Damien Spinelli?
Rayner: I won't comment on a pending investigation. Now if you'll excuse me, I have work to do.
Sam: What exactly do I need to do to get you off my case?
Sam: So you're telling me if the situation with Spinelli is resolved, my license will be approved, correct?
Rayner: It couldn't hurt.
Sam: Okay, fine. What do I have that you need?
Rayner: Information. You and Morgan were involved at one point. You must know a lot.
Rayner: If you assist us in bringing Corinthos down, Damien Spinelli will go free and clear. And you'll get that P.I. license in no time.
Sam: You disgust me. Do you know that? Hiding out in this office like you were one of the good guys. Damien Spinelli saved your ass during that fire. You should be giving him a medal instead of chasing him out of town. But you really don't care, do you? No, you obviously don't because Jason -- you went up on the deal with him. Anthony Zacchara obviously wasn't enough. Nothing seems to be enough for you. This badge that you have here obviously means absolutely nothing. You are just as bad as the guys that you put in jail. Maybe even worse because you're a hypocrite.
Rayner: Is it safe for me to assume that you're rejecting my offer?
Sam: I want that license.
Rayner: Call me when you're ready to negotiate.
Jason: So that's my choice. Wear a wire to Sonny's meeting or Rayner picks up Spinelli tonight.
Diane: I assume that you have warned him.
Jason: He turned off his phone. I'm not going to go over there. The FBI -- you know what? Do you know that he's listed as armed and dangerous?
Diane: Why would Spinelli return to Port Charles?
Jason: Because Maxie talked him into it. And Agent Winnifred Leeds offered to destroy any evidence the FBI has against Spinelli.
Diane: Stop. I did not hear that. Unless you are speaking hypothetically.
Jason: Then it's all got to be hypothetical right now, Diane.
Diane: Okay, is Spinelli responding to all of this in a way that would be recognizable to the rest of us?
Jason: He showed at Rayner's office disguised as a secret service agent.
Diane: I was afraid of that.
Johnny: Spinelli and Leeds think that this is some kind of game.
Diane: All right, hypothetically speaking, what is the status of the evidence?
Jason: Spinelli and Winnifred put some kind of virus in the FBI system that destroys everything against Spinelli.
Diane: Breaking and entering at the FBI?
Jason: Diane, you know what? It worked. What they didn't know is the FBI backed up everything up on a flash drive that was in a different part of the federal building. All that have to do now is upgrade Winnifred's clearance and then go after that, and I'm afraid that is what they are trying to do right now, hypothetically.
Diane: That alone, if it is actually happening, will land them in a federal penitentiary. What is that girl thinking?
Jason: She felt guilty for setting Spinelli up in the first place.
Diane: Well, I should have a talk with her, woman-to-woman, because there are less catastrophic ways to make amends than totally annihilating your own career.
Jason: Diane, please, that doesn't matter. That doesn't matter to me. All I want you to do is help me.
Diane: My options may be limited. Given all of the hypotheticals you've just laid out. Spinelli is up a very real creek.
Sonny: I want everybody patted down. Nobody gets in here with a gun. Understood?
Max: Yeah, the guys are all clear on that.
Sonny: Also, nobody comes in here that's not on the guest list. I want everything calm. No confrontations.
Max: I'll remind everyone again.
Sonny: Thank you.
Claudia: And this is what I'm going to do -- is I'm going to let you know when to bring out the first round. But I want you -- don't be too generous with wine and the booze. We don't need anybody getting drunk, right?
Sonny: You know, it's amazing. We used to have meetings like this in the back room of the No-Name. Left over antipasti, house wine.
Claudia: I want everything to be perfect tonight.
Sonny: It's going to be perfect.
Claudia: Good. I hope you don't mind. I told him to be a little stingy with the booze.
Sonny: Don't worry about it. If I want somebody to drink too much, I'll let you know.
Sonny: But this is important. I'm sure the feds are going to try to sneak in some informant. I'm depending on you to screen the Zacchara reps. And if they give you any problems, you need to come to me.
Claudia: Yeah, of course. I didn't invite anybody that I wouldn't know on sight.
Claudia: So which one do you like better? The silver or the black?
Sonny: It don't matter. Whatever.
Claudia: I probably shouldn't, but I hope that John comes tonight.
Sonny: He's going to do what he's going to do. Don't even think about him.
Claudia: He's just -- he's protecting me.
Sonny: From what? You both keep saying that. What is it you're not telling me?
Jax: It's a good thing we own the place.
Carly: Yeah, we would so be kicked out.
Jax: Yeah. You know, we could make it a tradition. Another anniversary, another trashed honeymoon suite.
Carly: We could go through the Metro Court room-by-room, year-by-year.
Jax: I can't believe I brought this up here.
Carly: Yeah, I can't either.
Jax: There's just something about the packaging.
Carly: No return address. Maybe you shouldn't open it.
Jax: No, no. It looks harmless enough. I think I've seen this design somewhere before. I just can't quite place it.
Carly: It's some kind of advertisement for, like, a carpet cleaner. They just want you to be curious and open it.
Jax: Hmm, well, maybe we should pop it in the player and see.
Jason: What is the best defense you can put together tonight? Spinelli's going to need it.
Diane: Based on everything you just told me? Diminished capacity.
Jason: You mean like he's crazy?
Diane: Mm-hmm. All right, Spinelli returns to Port Charles even though he knows the FBI is after him. He refuses to stay hidden. He broke into Agent Rayner's office dressed as a secret service agent. I would not be surprised at all if Spinelli were operating under the delusion that he's a super hero in a video game.
Jason: That would humiliate Spinelli.
Diane: I know. And I'm going to have to put him on the stand, Jason, just to prove my point. With any luck, Spinelli will only end up in a psych hospital and not a federal prison. But that's a long shot. Because the truth is, barring any miracle, Spinelli doesn't have a prayer if the FBI still has that evidence.
Winnifred: That is much better.
Maxie: This is a stupid idea, Spinelli. Can't you just stay here and let Winnifred save you?
Spinelli: I have to save myself.
Maxie: Why are you encouraging him to do this? Are you going to get a promotion if he gets arrested?
Maxie: You know, I honestly think she's just trying to make Jason mad so that he'll send both of you to some other country, and then she's going to have you all to herself. You know what, you little spy nerd? That's not going to happen.
Winnifred: My only intention is to save the Jackal at any cost.
Maxie: Can't you just break into the computer systems and upgrade her security clearance and make all the evidence go away?
Winnifred: While, the priestess objects most vociferously to Ms. Jones' attitude and tone, her logic is irrefutable.
Spinelli: If you could give us a moment.
Spinelli: Actually --
Winnifred: 10-4. But the longer we delay, the greater the probability that Agent Rayner will discover the irreparable damage caused by the tapeworm. And then all hell will break loose as it were, greatly complicating the next step of our mission.
Spinelli: I want nothing more than to be a hero in your eyes.
Maxie: You already are. Don't you know that?
Spinelli: But I have to prove myself. And not in the world of cyber space, but in reality.
Maxie: That's not the deal that we made. Spinelli, you are going to stay here, and Winnifred was going to help you.
Maxie: I put my job on the line to locate you in Los Angeles. And Jason has sacrificed everything to keep you safe. Sam's probably not going to be able to get her P.I. license because she's keeping you out of jail.
Spinelli: But don't you see? If I save myself, then I prove worthy of such friends.
Maxie: You've already shown me how brave you are. Remember the fire?
Spinelli: But it's a matter of honor. I have to be the master of my own future, and I pray that that future is with you.
Maxie: Well, is there anything I can say to make you change your mind?
Spinelli: Alas, there is not. The die is cast. If you could give me a sign, albeit maybe just a small one, that you have faith in me --
Winnifred: Tempus fugit.
Maxie: We are in the middle of something here.
Spinelli: The priestess is correct. Time flees, as must I.
Maxie: You better come back to me.
Carly: We are so not watching this DVD.
Jax: You're not curious?
Jax: Not even a little?
Carly: Okay, fine. If you want to watch that DVD while your wife is naked on your honeymoon, go right ahead.
Jax: You're absolutely right.
Claudia: Nothing is going on. John and I are just so used to protecting each other. We just assume the worst. He thinks it's dangerous for me to be here. I completely understand why he feels that way.
Sonny: Well, you know, it's no surprise John is not one of my favorite people. But I was wrong for locking him up when I thought he kidnapped Michael. But I made a mistake. I own it, and I move on.
Claudia: John is the only person that I love in the world. He's my brother. Do you understand? I would do anything to protect him. I would die for him.
Sonny: Why are you talking about dying two minutes before we're having a party? I only expect two things from you. Honesty and loyalty. You give me that, then I give you the same in return.
Claudia: Jason wasn't loyal, and you took him back. Right? I mean, that's what the whole night is about.
Sonny: Jason and I have resolved our differences. He's family to me -- more than family. We made a deal. He didn't want to even take it in the first place, but we both want what we had before.
Claudia: Okay, but are you sure that he can really stand down and be your second?
Sonny: You know what? Even during all the troubles and everything, Jason and I were looking out for each other. The fact that we're both still alive says a lot. I trust him more than anybody who's going to be in that room tonight.
Claudia: Well, I'm doing my best to get along with him.
Sonny: I expect nothing less.
Claudia: I have to go get changed.
Sonny: It's getting late. Come on.
Claudia: Hey, do you think that you'll ever really trust me?
Sonny: Maybe, who knows?
Robin: Are you sure we saw the same movie? I mean, how can you think that?
Brad: All I'm saying is that the woman in these movies is one of those people that just didn't want to really be happy.
Robin: You're just mad because you lost the coin toss, and we didn't see the spy flick. We had to see the French movie.
Brad: That's not true. But even if it was, this woman was impossible, okay? She didn't really want to be happy. Nothing would satisfy her. And it was always going to be like that.
Robin: Well, she doesn't get to be disillusioned?
Brad: For what reason? She had a great life. She had a good husband. If Ruthie, the bartender, had that kind of life, she'd be at home 24/7 with the baby.
Robin: I'm not Ruthie.
Robin: No, I just, I mean that the woman finally figured out who she was -- maybe she's just something different than she expected.
Brad: So maybe it hit a little close to home?
Ric: I was surprised to be invited.
Sonny: Well, you work for the Zaccharas. You need a place to be when the transition starts.
Ric: You're offering me a job?
Sonny: Ah, we can work something out.
Ric: Like doing what? Washing your cars? Picking up your suits at your dry cleaners?
Sonny: No, permits, legal stuff. Things like that.
Ric: Oh, I see. You want to keep an eye on me.
Sonny: You know what, Ric? If you decide to work for me, then you're going to have to follow my orders, right? If you can do that, then come in here, enjoy the party. If you can't, get the hell out.
Diane: Max Giambetti, you stop that right now.
Max: Nobody gets through without a pat down. Boss's orders. So I'm going to have to ask you again. Ms. Miller, are you carrying any concealed weapons?
Diane: Nothing that you don't already know about.
Max: What are you really doing here? Your name is not on the list.
Diane: I was just hoping I could lure you away.
Max: Why? Did you hear something? Diane, if there's going to be a problem, I need you to tell me now.
Diane: Just be careful what you say and who you say it to. And you might want to take it a little easy on Jason. The situation with Spinelli and the FBI is not good.
Max: Yeah, sure.
Diane: No, really, Max. Try not to say too much to anybody, especially Jason.
Man: We're good to go.
Rayner: Any special instructions?
Man: Try to stand within three feet of whoever you want us to hear, and don't get the wire wet.
Rayner: You're wearing a new state-of-the-art system, Mr. Morgan. Conductive fibers, no metal. If they use a metal detector, you're good to go. If they decide to frisk you, highly unlikely, you'll have to get creative. I'm not worried. We'll be listening in a van just outside the Corinthos security perimeter.
Mac: It makes sense to go after Robin together.
Patrick: Mac, she'll pit us against each other. She already did that by calling you first. It's going to deflect off the issue. If she knows that we're fighting, she doesn't have to deal with post-partum depression.
Mac: Fine. We won't fight, okay? We'll present a united front.
Patrick: Mac, it makes sense for me to go get her. It's my responsibility to bring her home.
Mac: Robin needs me, and I won't let her down.
Patrick: What about Emma? It's better for her if her parents work this out together.
[Cell phone rings]
Mac: Scorpio. Okay, right, thanks.
Patrick: Mac, did they find Robin?
Mac: That's right.
Patrick: Now I'm going after Robin with or without you. Tell me where she is or I'll go down to PCPD and threaten a law suit. Mac, we're on the same side here.
Mac: Robin is in Rochester, all right. She's in a motel called the Overnight Inn. You bring her home safe.
Robin: Watching that movie was like watching a slow-moving train wreck. You knew exactly what was going to happen, but you just couldn't stop it.
Brad: Well, I just don't understand why they kept moving back and forth in time.
Robin: Because they had to show how happy the woman used to be.
Brad: Things change. The husband changed. She just couldn't keep up.
Robin: What if it was the other way around? What if the woman and the husband stayed true to themselves?
Brad: Well, then the movie would have been over in five minutes.
Robin: Yeah. Do you think that she was wrong for walking away?
Brad: I think she was dependent on somebody else to make her happy, you know, because she was so miserable with herself.
Robin: Well, why do we have to deal with expectations? Why can't we just live in the moment and take a risk every once and a while?
Brad: Is that what you want?
Jason: What are you -- hey, Max, you don't want to do this.
Max: You're right, I don't. But the boss says no exceptions so --
Jason: He's not talking about me.
Max: Jason, I'm just doing my job.
Sonny: Max, what are you doing?
Max: Boss, you said search everyone -- no exceptions.
Sonny: It's Jason. Come on.
Max: Good to have you back, brother.
Sonny: What was that about?
Jason: I don't know.
Sonny: Let's go inside. I got to tell you. There was a brief period there that I never thought that we would be standing together like this again.
Jason: Yeah, me neither.
Sonny: Welcome back.
Claudia: I tried to talk Sonny into not inviting you.
Ric: Sorry, but I was invited. And not only that, Sonny just offered me a job.
Claudia: You need to get out.
Ric: I got something I want to show you.
Claudia: Been there, done that.
Ric: Want to snuggle up and watch it together?
Jax: You know what we need? A vacation in Australia, just the three of us -- me, you, and Morgan. Maybe we should go this summer.
Carly: What's Australia like in July?
Jax: Well, it's winter, actually.
Carly: Oh, blizzards? Oh, good, I can't wait.
Jax: No, not like that. It'll be beautiful. A little cross-country skiing in the Blue Mountains. Have a little Christmas.
Carly: Christmas in July?
Jax: Yeah, it's kind of a tourist thing, you know? Morgan will love it.
Carly: When Michael was little, Jason used to read to him about Australia.
Jax: Yeah, those travel books, right?
Carly: Mm-hmm. He loved looking at the pictures with the people that had circles and lines on their faces. He was so into it that one time I caught him drawing circles on Morgan's face while he was sleeping. Oh, gosh, I know I should have been mad or put him on time out, but it was so funny. Morgan was so little. I know I have pictures of them somewhere.
Jax: I'm sorry. Did I make you sad?
Carly: No. No, it's good to remember things like this, right? There's always going to be grief, but memories are sweet.
Jax: Yeah, well, I hope that's a comfort.
Carly: You're a comfort. Being with you and putting our marriage back together -- and you know, it helps knowing that the man who shot Michael is dead. I know I always blame Kate Howard, but -- and I'll never forgive her.
Jax: I'm sorry I wasn't more sensitive to that before.
Carly: It's okay. I don't think I could rest if the person who hurt Michael was still out there. You know?
Jax: Well, we have dinner reservations. We should probably --
Carly: I know, I know.
Jax: But we don't have to if you don't want to.
Carly: No, I am starving, and I get first dibs on the shower.
Jax: It's all yours.
Carly: Thank you.
Jax: For what?
Carly: For loving me -- helping me move on with my life.
Jax: I didn't do any more than you did for me.
Jerry: Hello, brother. Hope this finds you well. I hadn't planned to be in touch so soon, but I have a bit of a confession to make.
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