GH Transcript Thursday 5/7/09

General Hospital Transcript Thursday 5/7/09


Provided By Laurie R.
Proofread By Kathy

Nikolas: That's really good.

Rebecca: Harder?

Nikolas: No, no, you're perfect, perfect.

Rebecca: [Groans] Oh. Sorry.

Nikolas: No, no, it's all right. It's not your fault. Keep going.

Rebecca: That's a really nasty knot you've got. I don't think it's from moving furniture. I think you just carry all of your stress in your back.

Nikolas: Yeah. It's good what you're doing.

Rebecca: [Breathlessly groans] Yeah?

Nikolas: Ow.

Rebecca: You know what? I don't think it's good enough, I know exactly what you need.

Patrick: Jax, you can file all the malpractice suits you want, it doesn't change the fact that Michael needs this operation now.

Jax: That's not what Dr. Hensen said.

Patrick: Dr. Hensen isn't here. Dr. Hensen didn't take the bullet out of Michael's brain.

Jax: Same operation that left him in a coma.

Patrick: This is Michael's only chance, and I'm not going to let it slip away.

Sonny: Jax, I got your message. What's going on?

Jax: Well, Dr. Drake here has decided that Michael needs immediate surgery, and he's the only one who can perform it. He's putting Michael's life at risk, and God knows what it'll do to Carly.

Carly: What are we supposed to do? Dr. Hensen said we had time. What do we do now?

Epiphany: I don't know if this is good news or bad, but there's no DNA match. This young man is not your son.

Luke: Here, may I?

Epiphany: Go ahead. The green markers are yours, the red markers are Mr. Lovett's. The test measures the genetic markers that you have in common.

Luke: There aren't any.

Epiphany: Which means that there's no chance that you're related.

Luke: Zero? That seems unlikely. How about we do the test again.

Epiphany: DNA markers don't change, no matter how many times you run the test.

Tracy: Thank you, Nurse Johnson.

Ethan: Well, now I guess I can stick around, huh, boss? I mean, unless you change your mind?

Luke: No, no, you stay as long as you want.

Ethan: Thanks. Well, I'll see you back at the Haunted Star.

Tracy: Well, it's for the best. Whatever scam Holly and Ethan had going just got nipped in the bud.

Luke: One thing I know for sure, Tracy -- Ethan isn't scamming anyone.

Spinelli: It was most unfair to accuse the original blonde one of conspiring to force myself and Maxie back into our previous dysfunctional pattern. You would never cause such pain simply to facilitate a reunion between yourself and the unworthy mob prince. Such deception is only something that the faithless one could be capable of.

Maxie: That's really unfair.

Spinelli: And upon further consideration, I recognize that fair Lulu's distress was indeed legitimate, so I will accept the case with one provision -- that I work for you and not the faithless one.

Maxie: Spinelli, why are you being so mean to me? You've never been this mean to me before.

Spinelli: Cruelty is not my intention, but rather clarity. This P.I. will no longer be subject to your manipulations.

Nikolas: Oh. That's it. Don't stop.

Rebecca: Yeah? See, I told you that would loosen you up.

Nikolas: I can't really breathe that good, but I think my back feels better.

Rebecca: You know, I've seen this in the movies, and it just didn't look this dangerous. I mean, how do you think they did it?

Nikolas: I think there's, like, a bar attached to the ceiling. I'm not sure.

Rebecca: Yeah, that makes sense.

Nikolas: Oh, be careful.

Rebecca: No, wait, relax. I've got everything under -- oh!

Nikolas: Oh, my God. Are you okay?

Rebecca: Yeah.

Nikolas: Are you okay?

Rebecca: Uh-huh.

Nikolas: Are you sure?

Rebecca: Yeah.

Nikolas: Because that was really funny. I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

Patrick: Michael has taken a turn for the worse. His NSD levels are dangerously low.

Jax: Which, according to Dr. Hensen, is not a crucial factor.

Patrick: It's the degree to which they are dropping. His levels have gone down 25% in the last 24 hours.

Sonny: I want to speak with Dr. Hensen myself.

Patrick: Dr. Hensen isn't available. She went back to Europe on a family emergency.

Jax: I spoke with her, Sonny. She recommended that we wait until she gets back.

Patrick: And I disagree. Every hour that passes reduces our chances of success.

Jax: Right. Success puts another notch in your belt.

Patrick: This isn't about my ego, Jax. This is about maximizing Michael's chances.

Jax: Well, I'm sorry. I would rather rely on the advice of the doctor who developed the procedure.

Patrick: I've gone over Dr. Hensen's research. I've looked at every piece of available data. I can do this procedure as well, if not better than Dr. Hensen. And this standing around debating is wasting Michael's time. A decision needs to be made. Frankly, Carly should be part of this decision.

Jax: Now that's exactly what we don't want, okay? She's due back here any moment. I don't want her walking in on this.

Sonny: Jax, if we don't consult Carly, she's going to be more upset. She's Michael's mother.

Jax: And you're his father. Now, I realize that you and I rarely see eye to eye, but I'm asking you to go with the doctor who pioneered the procedure. I don't want Carly walking in on this, okay? It could literally kill her and the baby.

Patrick: Michael's window is closing fast.

Sonny: I respect you. You're a good doctor. But I also know that it's eating at you that Michael went into a coma on your watch. You may have something to prove. We're talking about Carly and Michael's lives on the line here. I agree with Jax. We wait.

Jason: All I know -- Patrick saw something in Michael's tests, Carly. It's some important level that has to be high, and it's dropping right now, and Patrick thinks it's only going to get worse.

Carly: I think Dr. Hensen's on a plane.

Jason: Yes. Jax spoke to her before she left. She's convinced the surgery can wait until she gets back, but Patrick thinks it has to happen right now if there's any chance of this surgery working.

Carly: What do we do? Who are we supposed to listen to?

Jason: I don't know. I don't know. Patrick saved my life, but that's no guarantee that he's going to save Michael's life, and Jax agrees with Dr. Hensen.

Carly: I love Jax, but I'm afraid he's going to decide based on what least complicates my pregnancy, and I can't do that. I can't do that. I have to take care of Michael. What the hell am I supposed to do? I mean, do I let Patrick operate on Michael today? I --    

Rebecca: Careful. Be careful.

Nikolas: I know what I'm doing. There we go. See? I'm graceful, like a cat.

[Crashing sounds]

Rebecca: [Laughs]

Nikolas: Yeah, I could have done without that.

Rebecca: Are you okay?

Nikolas: I'm stuck. I can't get out.

Rebecca: Wait, hold on. Let me --

Nikolas: You know what? No, can we --

Rebecca: Let me help --

Nikolas: Let's just finish this disaster and move this. Come on.

Singer:  They say a picture's worth a thousand words, but a thousand seems like none when I think about the way you look tonight. To know you is extraordinary. To love you is divine. And all the reasons I could give could blow your mind. Oh, all those silly thoughts inside your head are telling you all the things I've never said. Oh, I could never think to lead you on. Let me say one last thing before I'm done. Your smile lights up my living room. Your smile is a ray in June. Your smile could warm the coldest night. Your smile and I know every little thing will be all right. All right.

Spinelli: Huh.

Lulu: Is that it? Did you find it?

Maxie: Does it look like he found something, Lulu? Could we please let Spinelli work without any interference?

Spinelli: Sunflowers and gumdrops.

Maxie: What?

Spinelli: Um, the Jackal must request that the faithless one give him some room to work, please. Nothing would be served in my concentration is compromised.

Maxie: I was just trying to help.

Lulu: Stop it, Maxie. Stop trying to use this situation to fix your relationship with Spinelli. It's not fair. It's not going to work.

Maxie: How do you know?

Lulu: The only thing that you can salvage out of this mess is your job. Leave him alone.

Maxie: You go anywhere near that petty cash and I'm calling my dad.

Ethan: Your dad?

Maxie: Uh-huh. Mac Scorpio, the police commissioner.

Ethan: I'm not here to rob the place. Been there, done that. I'm here for you, actually, Lulu.

Lulu: Oh, okay. Why?

Ethan: It's your father. He's had a bit of a setback.

Lulu: Oh, my God. Is it his heart again?

Ethan: No, no, no. No, nothing so dreadful. It's -- uh -- he and Lucky kind of got into it this morning, and it got pretty brutal.

Lulu: Oh, why can't they just stay out of each other's way?

Ethan: Luke would rather chew glass than admit he needs one of his kids. But I think if he saw your face, he would -- I think it would cheer him up.

Jason: You want me to go find Sonny?

Carly: Yeah. No. Sonny wants me to terminate this pregnancy, and I can't handle that right now. Not on top of everything that I'm dealing with Michael. Okay. I know you're worried about me. I'm aware of my condition, okay? I know that if my blood pressure goes up, that I could set off a chain reaction that's really not good for me. Okay, I get that.

Jason: Whatever happens -- I mean, if you decide to go with Patrick and Michael doesn't wake up, or if you decide to wait for Dr. Hensen and Michael still doesn't wake up, you need to keep it together for everybody.

Carly: I know. What they talked a lot about at the clinic was how you just can't control everything, and I get it. I accept it, and I can handle this, okay?

Patrick: Carly, hey.

Carly: Hey.

Patrick: Listen, I'm glad you're here. There's been a change in Michael's condition.

Carly: I know, Jasonís filled me in on everything.

Patrick: Okay.

Jax: Hey.

Carly: Hey.

Jax: When did you get here?

Carly: I just got here a little while ago. I just wanted to come straight to see Michael.

Jax: I'm going to need a few minutes alone with my wife.

Patrick: Look, before I step out, I need everyone to understand something here. I'm not trying to prove anything, and I'm not using Michael as an excuse. And that Dr. Hensen is out of reach, and what she recommends and what Patrick believes -- and I think we need to make a decision here.

Jax: Well, I can see you've already made yours.

Carly: I want Patrick to perform the surgery. And I want you to do it today.

Sonny: Claudia, what are you doing here? Is it the baby?

Claudia: No, no, everything is fine. I'm fine. I just -- after what happened yesterday, I just wanted to see the doctor and make sure. Do you want to come with me? You're welcome to come with me.

Sonny: No, I can't. There's been complications with Michael.

Claudia: Is there anything I can do?

Sonny: No, it's done. I had to make a decision. God help me if I sacrifice my son to save his mother. There is nothing more important right now than Michael's recovery. And if I make the wrong choice -- do you get what I'm saying? I mean, I'm thinking that maybe, you know, I let my fear for Carly's health outweigh what's best for Michael. And I don't mean to be harsh, but why did she have to go through with the pregnancy?

Claudia: Look, I have a whole new understanding, because I'm pregnant, for what it means to carry a little life inside of you. I don't have Carly's maternal instinct, and I'm not trying to speak for her, because God knows she'd rip my hair out if I tried. But she made a choice. She's having this baby with Jax. I don't see what else you can do but support her.

Sonny: Well, she didn't give me a choice.

Claudia: From what you told me, waiting for Dr. Hensen might be the best thing for Michael as well as Carly. So I think you did the right thing.

Jax: Based on all the information we were given, I concluded, and I thought that Jason agreed, that we should wait for Dr. Hensen to return and do the surgery.

Carly: I know, I know. But Patrick doesn't think we have time.

Jason: Sometimes you have to trust your instincts. I'm going with Carly on this one.

Patrick: All right. I have a team standing by. I'll get us prepped. We'll come and get Michael.

Carly: Thank you.

Spinelli: The theft was almost certainly an inside job. No one who accessed the file isn't an authorized "Crimson" employee.

Maxie: It amazes me how you can figure that stuff out.

Spinelli: All right, so the next step is for the Jackal to pull up the names of any employee who accessed the purloined file.

Maxie: You make it look so easy. All right, Spinelli, now I'm  going to help you.

Spinelli: Okay, well -- um, take a look at this list and see if any of these people could be possible evil-doers.

Maxie: Okay, um -- no. No. Maybe. That one's possible. No. No.

Spinelli: Maximi -- you're proving to be most insightful.

Maxie: Maximista and the Jackal have always been a good team.

Kate: Why is Mr. Spinelli here, and who the hell gave him permission to use the company computer?

Tracy: Whoa. Clearly, you're more upset than you're letting on.

Luke: I'm not upset. I don't need an excuse to imbibe.

Tracy: Okay, so given your well-known resistance to fatherhood, could you please tell me why it became so important for you to find out if Ethan was your son or not?

Luke: He isn't, so why are we wasting our breath?

Tracy: I have a theory.

Luke: I bet you're going to spit it out like yesterday's coffee.

Tracy: Lucky hit it on the head. You're looking for a reflection.

Luke: If I want a reflection, I'll look in the mirror.

Tracy: No, Luke, you want validation. I know you pride yourself in being one-of-a-kind, but given the year that you've had, facing your own mortality, you're looking for someone to carry on your tradition when you finally leave this earth.

Luke: That's interesting. It's wrong, but interesting.

Tracy: Okay, so what's going on? Is it grief? Relief? Give a girl a break. Let me know how I'm going to be paying for this in the days to come.

Luke: Can't answer that. Because I don't know. I mean, it isn't like I wanted another kid, God knows. But there was something about Mr. Lovett that got to me from the first moment I saw him with his hand in the till. Something familiar about his perspective, the way he looks at the world, little idiosyncrasies. And then the fact that Holly pointed him in my direction -- it all just seems too much to be coincidence.

Tracy: So, do you like him any less now that you know he's not your biological son?

Luke: It doesn't matter. It's over, okay? Let's just move on. Here's to having one less offspring.

Tracy: Which will make Lucky very happy and won't affect Lulu, because she never knew in the first place.

Luke: That's true, isn't it?


Tracy: Well, excuse you.

Luke: Hey.

Tracy: What are you doing here?

Lulu: Ethan said I should check on my dad. And he's right, you look rough. Thank you for the heads up.

Patrick: Have someone leave a message for Dr. Hensen when she lands. Tell her we are going ahead with the surgery, and get a number in case she's needed.

Elizabeth: Okay, got it.

Patrick: You ever piloted a jet, Nurse Webber?

Elizabeth: No, why?

Patrick: Because this surgery is going to be a lot more complicated. Here's a checklist, in order. I need 5 units of blood in the O.R. and ready to go. I need all the medication, in case we have cerebral swelling. Confirm bleeding time, CBC, 12-lead, that they're normal.

Elizabeth: I'll make sure it's ready to go.

Patrick: I can't emphasize enough how everything needs to be in place, checked and double-checked and rechecked. There is no room for error.

Elizabeth: I'll take care of it myself.

Patrick: Good. Getting nervous?

Elizabeth: My nerves aren't the ones to worry about, Doctor.

Matt: Michael Corinthos. I can't believe you're going forward on this.

Patrick: Well, believe it.

Matt: Hensen leaves town for five minutes, and you just can't wait to take charge.

Patrick: Matt, the procedure is happening. I don't have time for this.

Matt: Okay, so why did you page me?

Patrick: Because I need to assemble the best team possible, and I wanted you to look me in the eye and tell me that you wanted to turn down the opportunity of a lifetime.

Matt: Hensen advised against this. Best-case scenario, you lose your medical license. Worst-case scenario, you face criminal charges.

Patrick: Best-case scenario, Michael Corinthos wakes up and he has a normal life. You want a piece of that action or no? Because there's plenty of doctors running around this hospital that would love that opportunity.

Matt: As much as I would love to subscribe to that fantasy world, I'm going to tell you once again, don't go ahead with this surgery.

Jax: You know I want what's best for Michael, but I worry about you, too.

Carly: You need to trust me. I'm going to be okay. And so is this little girl. We're going to be just fine. Hey, I'm glad you're here. I decided to let Patrick do the operation. Jason supports my decision, and they're prepping the O.R. now.

Sonny: Can I spend some time alone with Carly and Michael? 

Patrick: Brother, you're a pain in the ass.

Matt: Oh, it looks like I hit a nerve.

Patrick: I'm doing this procedure with or without you, and it's not to show up Dr. Hensen, but because it's the reason why I became a neurosurgeon in the first place. Look, Michael Corinthos is neither alive nor dead. He's slowly deteriorating, on the verge of atrophy, and he could be there for years. There's maybe a dozen surgeons in the world that could pull off this procedure, and I'm one of them. And that's not my God complex talking. That's a fact. Backing out to save my career, well, that would make me the worst kind of coward.

Matt: Or one that would get to keep his license and get to keep practicing medicine.

Patrick: But this is what I do. Look, the bottom line is, this is going to be a long, complicated surgery. I could use your help for some reason other than I can think of right now. I trust you more than Marucci. But, hey, it's your call.

Matt: Oh, great, so if I don't do it, I'm a coward.  Looks like you're driving over a cliff, and I'm riding shotgun.

Maxie: Okay, you caught me. It was going to be a surprise, but I had Spinelli come over here to install one of those brand new -- what's it called again, Spinelli?

Spinelli: State-of-the-art firewalls. It's to protect the sacrosanct "Crimson" files from those evil doers who would wish to get their foot in the door, no pun intended, with the competition. That's all.

Kate: Mm-hmm. You mean the people responsible for leaking our new shoe layout to "Couture" so that they could copy it and run it before we had a chance? Did you think I wouldn't notice, Maxie, that Giselle is running our new feature?

Spinelli: Maxie made a mention of it. I'll get right on it.

Kate: I'm very disappointed, Maxie. This is a huge problem, and it essentially happened on your watch.

Maxie: Okay, it really wasn't my fault. I treated this layout the exact same way I do all the confidential material, but I'm not going to stand here defending myself. I'm going to find where the leak came from, and then I'm going to get rid of it. That's what Spinelli is here for.

Kate: Okay, so I'm just supposed to trust Spinelli because you recommended him, when essentially ,this is all your fault to begin with?

Maxie: Well, he is a computer genius.

Kate: Yes, Maxie, but unfortunately, to solve this problem it requires finesse and subtlety and the ability to communicate clearly. Now, Mr. Spinelli has many, many endearing qualities, but the ability to communicate is not one of them.

Maxie: Well, he has me to interpret for him.

Kate: This is not a game, Maxie. If you don't find the saboteur, you and Lulu will both be out of a job.

Maxie: Lulu doesn't have anything to do with this.

Kate: But you are a team, correct? Whatever happens to one happens to the other. Now, if you want to entrust Lulu and Mr. Spinelli with your entire future of fashion, then fine. It is your funeral.

Maxie: I trust Spinelli with my life.

Kate: Good, you have 24 hours to fix it.

Spinelli: I will not disappoint.

Luke: Thank you, princess, for the show of support. It is very comforting to me to know that you would put aside your loathing of Mr. Lovett long enough to show such kindness to an old sod like your father.

Lulu: Well, Ethan is not the jerk that I thought he was. You are a liar and a con artist, but you've got my dad's back, which makes you not a total deadbeat in my book.

Ethan: Well, thank you. As they say in the lucky country, flattery will get you everywhere.

Lulu: Don't let it go to your head.

Tracy: Ethan, I want you to go to the house, please, and inventory all the alcohol. I need to know what Luke stole yesterday.

Ethan: Now?

Tracy: Now. We have to replace it before Daddy notices. Go on.

Ethan: Okay, you're the boss.

Lulu: So what happened? Are you okay?

Luke: Yeah, as you can see, all working parts are intact.

Lulu: Yeah, but Ethan said you had a fight with Lucky. What was that about?

Luke: Just the usual, nothing to be concerned about.

Lulu: Well, I know how hard Lucky can be on you, and so does Ethan.

Luke: Mr. Lovett has turned out to be more observant and empathic than I expected.

Lulu: I know. I hate when I'm wrong.

Luke: You and me both, princess.

Lulu: I would never admit this to Ethan, but I think I'm actually starting to like him.

Tracy: Think again, missy.

Sonny: This is it, buddy. This is what we hoped for. You've got a great doctor taking care of you. Me, your mom, and Morgan -- we're going to be waiting outside for you. The rest is up to you, okay? You are stubborn, and you are determined as hell, and that's what we need. That's what we're counting on, okay? And don't you for one second forget how much we love you and how much we believe in you.

Carly: Hey, baby. You know what? Your dad's right. We love you so much, and I know they say the odds are against you, but you know what? The odds are just a bunch of numbers. And I know you. I know that if you could tell me that you want the chance to fight, that you would want the chance to fight. So you know what? You do your part, and I'm going to do mine. And I'm going to stay calm and strong, right here with you. And you know what's going to happen? You're going to wake up, and I'm going to take you home, and you're going to be with everybody who loves you.

Elizabeth: It's time.

Claudia: We should really work through it. I'm Sonny's wife. I'm here to support him.

Jason: Is that what you call it?

Claudia: Yeah, as a matter of fact, it is. Michael's my stepson. Whether you like it or not, the child I'm carrying -- Michael's -- Michael's going to be their half-brother.

Jason: You have no business being around Michael, and you know that.

Carly: You can do this. And when you wake up, I'm going to be right here waiting for you.   

Tracy: I thought you and I were on the same page about this. Ethan can't be trusted.

Lulu: That was until I got to know him.

Tracy: Lulu, you have had so much chaos in your life. I am so sorry I ever involved you in this.

Luke: Spanky-buns, you seem awfully fired up over this.

Tracy: I'm sick of him taking advantage of all of us.

Luke: Well, then I'm surprised you sent him over to the house. No telling what a boy with his nimble skills can pick up while you're here analyzing his motives. Maybe you ought to check on him before Monica discovers that the deed to the mansion is missing.

Tracy: Oh, you're right. What was I thinking? Ethan will only complicate your life. You do not need it.

Lulu: Okay, what is her problem? She went from practically having a crush on Ethan to despising him.

Luke: What is her problem, indeed?

Spinelli: Yes, a clue of major proportions that the pilfered project was time stamped -- 8:35, it was downloaded to the copy room terminal.

Maxie: That's so fantastic, Spinelli. What does that mean?

Spinelli: Okay, it means that we now must trick the larcenous leak into a second theft. We'll be there, staked out, ready to pounce.

Maxie: Well, do we have to pounce in person? Can't you just figure out who it is on the computer?

Spinelli: Don't you trust my instincts?

Maxie: Of course I do.

Spinelli: This is the opportunity to apprehend the evil-doer and save the original blonde one and Maximista's career.

Rebecca: Thank you for your help.

Nikolas: You're welcome. I enjoyed it.

Rebecca: Wow, the difference really is amazing, isn't it?

Nikolas: It most certainly is.

Rebecca: I'm probably going to go to the flea market this weekend and try to find a few pieces to give it some style.

Nikolas: Okay.

Rebecca: What? Do I have paint on my face or something?

Nikolas: I don't know. I think I need to look a little closer.

Rebecca: Oh, come on. You can do better than that old pickup line.

Nikolas: It worked, didn't it?

Epiphany: It's not the Metro Court, but the coffee's not bad, and the magazines aren't too outdated. That's one good thing that the fire did accomplish, burning all those back issues.

Sonny: Any idea when we'll hear about Michael?

Epiphany: Drake Jr. expects to be in surgery for quite a while. Look, I know it's hard, but Michael's in good hands.

Carly: Thank you.

Epiphany: Now, there are some volunteers that are available to help you out with anything you need, short of bringing in a rollout bed.

Jax: I'm sure we'll be fine. We'd appreciate updates whenever you get them.

Epiphany: No problem.

Jax: Thanks.

Carly: So I guess all we can do is wait.

Elizabeth: The microchips are fully charged and electrodes set.

Matt: Intracranial micro-electrical stimulation implantation. I've always wanted to say that. I've always wanted to have that on my resume.

Patrick: We'll excise the bone and make our way down to the affected area of the gunshot wound. The pet scans and the computerized brain mapping will show us where we place the electrodes. And Michael has been on a drug protocol to heighten the receptiveness of the neurotransmitters.

Matt: Yeah, I've done the research on the case. And I've read Hensen's notes on this twice. I'm ready to rock.

Patrick: Let's do this. Okay, everyone, we're going to follow protocol like clockwork. There is no room for error. Once I'm in, I'm not stopping.

Singer: Your smile lights up my living room your smile bright as a ray in June your smile  

Luke: I think you can help me with something, daughter.

Lulu: What kind of help?

Luke: When Tracy's around, I'd like it if you showed Ethan a little extra attention.

Lulu: I don't get it.

Luke: Oh, sure you do. You know what I mean, flirt with him. Give him that look that melts castle walls, cozy up to him a little bit when Tracy's around.

Lulu: Okay, I mean, no offense, but I don't think Tracy has romantic feelings for Ethan, so there's no point in making her jealous.

Luke: No, no. Jealousy's not what I'm looking for. It's something much more elusive.

Lulu: Like what?

Luke: Truth.

Lulu: Now you've completely lost me.

Luke: I think my beautiful, devious wife is up to something, and watching how she reacts to you flirt with Ethan is going to tell me everything I need to know.

Sonny: How are you doing?

Claudia: Fine.

Sonny: You know what? Epiphany said that it's going to take a while, so you don't need to stay.

Claudia: I want to stay. I'd just be thinking about Michael wherever I was, anyway. I might as well be here.

Carly: Hey.

Jax: You need to stay hydrated.

Carly: Water to go with my low-sodium diet, bland and boring. That's my new middle name.

Jax: Say goodbye to frozen pizza.

Sonny: Good luck with that.

Carly: Pepperoni with extra cheese. That's Michael's favorite. I'll have to stock up.

Jax: Let me open that for you.

Carly: Thanks.

Jax: Hey, we're going to be fine.

Carly: Yeah.

Jax: All of us.

Patrick: Okay, are we good to go?

Elizabeth: Yes. Absolutely.

Patrick: Okay, let's do this. Scalpel. Okay.

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