GH Transcript Tuesday 6/2/09

General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 6/2/09


Provided By Laurie R.
Proofread By Kathy

Lucky: Oh, wait. You have a son, Ethan. Here's an idea. He can take a number, because you sure as hell won't be any more of a father to him than you were to me.

Holly: How can you be Luke's son and be so totally wrong about him?

Ethan: You know, I can't quite figure you out, Lulu. When we first met, your immediate instinct was to think the worst of me.

Lulu: Well, I mean, can you blame me? You don't exactly make the best first impressions.

Ethan: All right, I admit, when I came to town, I meant to run a few cons and pick a pocket or two.

Lulu: Mm-hmm.

Ethan: [Chuckles] But I never intended to cause any permanent damage, you know? And that's--that's just what I've done. You found out y-your father cheated on your mother. And I am the consequence of that, and I don't know how you can be okay with it. I'm not even sure I am.

Morgan: I don't understand. Why can't you and I live with Mom and Jax like we used to?

Michael: I just think that it's time for me to spend more time with Dad. You know, maybe when you're my age, you'll want to do the same thing. But for now, you are where you should be.

Carly: Hey, I know this is a change that you're going to need some time to get used to. But, you know, we can't go backwards, and things aren't going to be exactly the same as they used to be. But the most important thing is Michael's back, and you can see him whenever you want.

Morgan: It doesn't have to be the same, but it doesn't have to be totally different. I just want Michael to come home with us.

Michael: [Sighs]

Claudia: Why are you looking at me like that? Is there something that you want to say to Sonny that you don't want me to hear? Because I'll go upstairs. Just use your big boy words and say so, and I'll leave.

Jason: It's a recorder. It has to do with something I'm working on with Spinelli.

Claudia: Oh, are you helping Spinelli with his new P.I. venture? That's great. That's sweet of you, Jason. Okay, I'm going to leave. I just--you know, there's something I want to say before I go.

Sonny: Oh, by all means, say it.

Claudia: Okay, look, I realize that you decided a long time ago that I'm beyond contempt and I don't deserve to ride along on the bottom of your shoe. That's fine. By some cosmic tear in the fabric of the universe, Michael actually likes me. He responds to me, right? And since, unfortunately, we can't say the same thing for his mother, shouldn't what makes Michael comfortable come before all of our petty grievances? Can't we just agree on that?

Jason: I always have Michael's best interests at heart. That applies now.

Claudia: What the hell does that mean?

Jason: It means I'm protecting Michael from you.

Sonny: Okay, if--if you're accusing Claudia of something, I--I want to hear it.

Holly: When you told me that it would devastate your family if Luke and I had been together and conceived a child, I took what you said to heart. I totally changed track. And I told the lie that Robert was Ethan's father, even though it turns out now he was on the other side of the world at the time.

Lucky: I'm supposed to be what? Impressed? One more lie to you, Holly?

Luke: Cowboy, you know, you--

Lucky: Don't call me that.

Luke: Okay. That's good. You put your anger here where it belongs. Don't take it out on Ms. Sutton or Ethan.

Lucky: Oh, because you got to protect them, right? Is that what it is?

Holly: Okay, here's the truth, whether you want to accept it or not. Your father and I have a long history that goes way back before you were born. And we came together again under extreme circumstances. But I'm not going to say I'm sorry for that, because we made Ethan, an extraordinary young man that I am proud to call my son. I would have--I would have run away with your father then, happily, if he'd have asked. But he didn't because he had a family, because you and Laura were his priority. Are you going to judge him for one mistake?

Lucky: There have been plenty of mistakes, believe me.

Holly: Oh, and you've never made any? It must be nice up there on that high moral perch of yours, looking down your nose at a wonderful, unique man who hasn't lived up to your expectations as a father. Well, what father has? Mine hasn't. His certainly hasn't. You know, are you so error-free that you can throw stones at anyone? You have to stop being so bloody self-righteous and start being grateful that you have, flawed and human as he is, a father that loves you.

Jax: Well, it's not the end of the world. I mean, uh, our place is, uh, very close to Sonny's, so...

Carly: Yeah. You know Lake Point, right before the turnoff to your dad's? We're right there.

Jax: Yeah. I'm sure that Michael is going to spend a lot of time with us, because our new place is awesome.

Carly: And he has his own bedroom, and Michael knows that he can stay with us whenever he wants.

Morgan: There's a nursery, too, for the new baby. You know about the new baby, right?

Michael: Uh, yeah, I know.

Morgan: Did they tell you Mom's sick from being pregnant?

Michael: I know that, too.

Morgan: Well, why don't you want to help me and Jax take care of her?

Claudia: Hey, this is Claudia Z. Look, I--I need a job done right away. There's a late-model sedan, and it's heading towards the garage on Tenth Street. Right now--

Maxie: Hi, how's your special assignment going?

Spinelli: Well, I've been engrossed in my difficult and dangerous work. So, um, feasting my eyes on Maximista's luminous beauty is indeed a heart tonic.

Maxie: Spinelli.

Johnny: Hey, Spinelli, I got some of these papers for you-- oh, hey, didn't know you were back in town.

Maxie: Yeah, why would you? I got straight off the plane and came to see Spinelli. Oop!

Claudia: You know what? I don't have time to talk to you about money right now, Fredo. Just get it done.

Claudia: Did you seriously just ask him for proof that I'm guilty of what? What? Anything'll do?

Sonny: If Jason says that he's got something that points to you, I want to see it. What's the big deal?

Claudia: Do you have any idea how insulting that is? I'm your wife. I'm pregnant with your child, turning myself inside out to make something real here, something that feels like a family. I have reached out to your son, made him eager to come home here, and you won't give me the benefit of the doubt. You're standing in the house that I live in, asking him for proof, for proof that I was involved in a crime that I've told you a million times I had nothing to do with.

[Telephone rings]

Sonny: Hold that thought.

Sonny: Hello.

Michael: Hey, Dad, it's me.

Sonny: Buddy, how you doing?

Michael: Uh, good. I-I'm here with Morgan, and, uh, Mom and Jax are here, too, and we've been talking, and, uh, I've, uh, changed my mind. I actually think I'm going to live with Mom after all.

Carly: Oh, my God. Such a huge moment. I mean, not because Michael agreed to come home with us. I mean, that's amazing, and that's awesome. But he saw what Morgan needed, and he stepped up. He did the right thing. He's always been such a great big brother. I mean, always. And I'm just so glad that that didn't get lost in translation, too. I mean, I'm starting to really believe that Michael is going to be coming back to us.

Jax: I hope so.

Carly: That was a less-than-rousing endorsement.

Jax: No, I have no doubt that Michael loves you and Morgan as much as he did before. It's just we need to be realistic about this journey we're about to take.

Carly: I know it's going to be rocky. I get that, Jax.

Jax: Yeah, it's going to be a little more than rocky, I think. Michael's struggling, okay? He's trying to put the pieces back together after losing a year of his life. And that--that can't be easy. It must be frustrating as hell. I'm sure Michael doesn't understand what's going on any more than we do. So it just makes me a little worried, you know, if his temper stays the same. What if he yells at you and Morgan? Or what if he yells at you in front of Morgan? I mean, the results could be disastrous for all of us, including our baby.

Johnny: Yeah, Bernie thought you should have this, something about the McCall-Jackal operating license.

Spinelli: Yes. The fair Samantha and I have been eagerly awaiting these precious papers. But I must admit to puzzlement. I had--I had no idea that the mob prince had been demoted to the bernificent one's errand boy.

Johnny: [Chuckles] No, I'm just accommodating my sister by taking Sonny's orders. This week, Bernie duty. Anyway, I'm out.

Spinelli: I feel bad. Well, I--though John Zacchara might be the most vile of vespids, he's saved me from potentially lethal situations on more than one occasion. It--it should be beneath me to indulge in even a moment of superiority to someone who is so clearly down on his luck. I mean, not to mention grappling with heartache over the fact that, when put to the test, Maximista chooses me over him.

Maxie: I don't think Johnny really cared. Olivia Falconeri is probably keeping him distracted.

Spinelli: Yes, while I'm eager to hear the results of your surveillance of the glacier one, I must turn my attention to a case that takes precedence. I need to enhance this recording and get it to Stone Cold posthaste.

Jason: Sonny, I know you're disappointed, but I believe Michael is better off living with Carly and Jax.

Sonny: I get that. But Michael is so unpredictable right now. He's quiet one second, in his own world. Then, all of a sudden, he blows up. You saw him. Carly's--her health is so fragile right now, I-- truly, I don't think it's a good idea for them to be living together right now.

Claudia: Okay, but you know what happened, right? Carly just guilted him, and he decided to go back and live with her.

Jason: Carly does not manipulate her children. Bet nobody is going to be saying the same about you.

Claudia: Hey, you know what? You don't like me. I got it. I live here, though, and I don't see myself moving out any time soon. So maybe, if it's so intolerable for you to be around me, you should meet Sonny somewhere else. And maybe, while you're at it, Jason, you should get a life of your own.

Sonny: Claudia is no dummy, but she could be. It doesn't take a genius to tell that, by the time it took Michael to have surgery, you went from disliking Claudia to hating her guts. There has to be a reason. Give it to me.

Ethan: So Holly gave me up for adoption. And, you know, I-I'm really okay with that. My adoptive parents were wonderful people, you know. They loved me unconditionally, just as I loved them, you know, and that's when they died. You know, I--I took off. I didn't want to get stuck with some foster family. But now I--I can carry a piece of my mom and dad with me everywhere I go as I build my life, you know, or-- I'm sorry. This must be just killing you.

Lulu: No, no, no. No, no. You can--you can keep going. It's okay.

Ethan: Well, you--you know the rest. You know, I show up, and Holly has dropped me in the midst of the chaos she's strewn about from afar. But now that I know her, I realize she could've kept me. You know, she's made a very comfortable living for herself running scams. And as far as I can tell, she got rid of an inconvenience, until, at least, she needed me to sink her hooks into Luke.

Lulu: Okay, um, well, here's the deal. Holly is the only mother that you've got, right? And I'm sure she had her reasons for what she did. They--they probably seemed logical to her at the time. And even if she was wrong, she gave you life. She carried you for 9 months, even though she couldn't keep you, and I know from experience that that is a very difficult decision to make either way.

Ethan: From experience?

Lulu: Um, that's a--a story for another time. The point that--that I want you to understand is that Holly gave you to a couple that loved you-- your word--unconditionally, right? So, I don't know. Instead of being pissed off at her, maybe you should say thanks.

Holly: When I met your father, I recognized a kindred spirit the moment our eyes met.

Luke: Me, too, English.

Lucky: Kindred spirits. I'm really touched.

Holly: How much do you know about my history with your father? I mean, do you know that I was pregnant by him before, a long time ago? But I didn't get the chance to tell him, because I was told that he had been killed in an avalanche. And then I had to marry his best friend Robert because I was about to be deported. And then I miscarried that baby. And I had to have our second child adopted.

Lucky: Am I supposed to feel sorry for you?

Holly: That time in Singapore could have been the chance--our chance, finally, for us to be together, but your father chose not to take it. He walked away from me because he loved you and because he loved his family. Why doesn't he get any credit with you for that?

Luke: Lucky, I know that this is a lot to take in. It's, uh, complicated, and everyone involved is overwhelmed. But Ethan is a fact, and there's no wishing him away.

Lucky: Well, this is me past caring.

Luke: That was a spirited defense, darling. Much appreciated, though ultimately wasted.

Holly: Well, you never know. Some of it might get through. I don't understand how a boy you raised can end up being a man that knows you so little.

Luke: That's a long, grizzly story. Lucky's been disappointed in me for a long time now. It seems to be getting worse. I'm hoping our little bundle of joy likes me better.

Holly: He already does. I have no doubt that the two of you will always get on like a house on fire. And, you know, you have the same generosity that lets you make allowances for other people's weaknesses.

Luke: Weaknesses are what make people unique. I'm far more interested in flaws than perfection.

Holly: But you know, our son hates me, and I don't blame him.

Ethan: I'm willing to work on that. A very wise little lorikeet just suggested that I suspend my judgments long enough to express my gratitude. Y-you did more than just give me away. You carried me, you gave me life, and then put me with the best family possible. And then, years later, you sought me out and sent me to meet my father. So thank you.

Luke: We made one hell of a kid there, didn't we, Ms. Sutton?

Holly: Yes, we did.

Luke: And now you're leaving, aren't you?

Ethan: Wait. Now?

Maxie: The Jackal P.I. would be devastated to know you broke into his office so easily.

Johnny: So me a favor, Maxie, and walk away, okay?

Maxie: I will if you will.

Johnny: I got to take care of something that actually doesn't concern you.

Maxie: That might be true if I didn't just catch you breaking and entering. And if I'm any sort of friend of Spinelli, I have to tell him.

Johnny: I'm asking you not to, okay? So why don't you shut that door, march your cute little ass down the hall, and pretend like you never saw me here?

Maxie: Why don't you tell me what's so important that you needed to break into Spinelli's office?

Johnny: Well, you remember bumping this computer earlier and a recording started? You recognize someone?

Maxie: Claudia. I knew you recognized it and you just tried to play it off like you didn't.

Johnny: Well, you are, like, so perceptive.

Maxie: Well, I, like, knew you would show up back here, didn't I?

Johnny: All right, Maxie, you know what? You can make this easy or difficult. Either way, I'm going to get rid of whatever evidence Spinelli thinks he's got on my sister.

Sonny: You know how you let your hate for someone cloud your judgment? Like you were convinced Ric had something to do with Michael's shooting. And now it's Jerry.

Jason: Yeah.

Sonny: I need 100% concrete proof before I take any action.

Jason: I got it.

[Door slams]

Sonny: What are you doing here?

Spinelli: Gracious greetings, Mr. Sir. Um, I'm sorry to interrupt your undoubtedly important confab. I just have news for Stone Cold's ears.

Sonny: Wh-- Jason?

Jason: Did you--did you clean up the recording?

Spinelli: Yes.

Jason: Okay, good. Uh, go back to your office. I'll be there in 20 minutes.

Sonny: Wait a minute. You got a recording that incriminates my wife?

Carly: Where do you think you're going?

Claudia: Here's a better question. Why do you constantly feel the need to interrogate me, Carly?

Carly: You're not here about your pregnancy, because Dr. Lee is on 4, which means you're here to see Michael, talk him out of going home with me. Just so you know, there's no way in hell I'm going to let that happen.

Claudia: You know what? I feel sorry for Michael. I really do. That his mother, the one person in the world who's supposed to put his needs above everything else, would resort to a massive guilt trip just days after he gets out of a coma. And, Carly, for the record, he's 16 years old, and that's old enough to decide for himself where he wants to live.

Carly: It's not on you to decide when Michael is old enough to make a decision, and secondly, in this case, the decision's been made. Michael wants to come home with me, Jax, and his brother, and I'm not going to let you hotfoot it into his room and try and pull him over to your side.

Claudia: You give new meaning to the word "jealous" and "possessive." Here's a thought. Instead of being angry that your son actually likes his new stepmom, why don't you try being happy for him?

Carly: Wow, you really are delusional, not to mention pathetic. You're using a teenage boy who has been unconscious for a year just so you can score points with Sonny because you can't make a meaningful connection on your own.

Claudia: Oh, I wouldn't say that.

Carly: Oh, God. You're not special because you're having Sonny's baby. He has 3 kids with 2 different mothers that we know of. I mean, yeah, Sonny is kind, loving, and--and protective, but that's because of the kid. You're not about to effect some miraculous change in Sonny's attitude towards you because you're carrying his baby, and I'm not going to let you try by sucking up to my kid. You are without a doubt the biggest mistake that Sonny has made, and that's saying something, but you know what? That's his burden to carry. You stay the hell away from Michael.

Sonny: Well, now that we got everybody's attention, if you got something to contribute, go ahead and give it to me. Otherwise, just go back to where--

Jason: Sonny, he's--he's been checking something out for me. You know how--

Sonny: Checking out what? What is he checking out?

Spinelli: If I--if I may--if I may presume to interrupt.

Sonny: Do you really want to interrupt?

Spinelli: Well, it's actually-- it's actually-- it's a question of what I must do, which is vociferously object to Mr. Sir's lack of sensitivity in, well, not being the direct cause, but the approximate--of ultimately being responsible for the vile vespid John Zacchara showing up at my place of business.

Sonny: What'd he say?

Spinelli: That Johnny showed up under the bernificent one's orders, who works for you. So, under the chain of command, not-- well, I'm sorry-- the point--

Sonny: Get--get--get to the point.

Spinelli: Yes, since getting to know Olivia Falconeri in the biblical sense, thereby trashing everything in his previous relationship to the original blonde one, um, the mob prince is most unwelcome.

Sonny: Okay, stop talking. If you got-- look, like I said-- if you got something to say, just say it quick or whatever or go.

Spinelli: I'll--I'll choose the latter.

Jason: I'll make sure he doesn't just show up here--

Sonny: It doesn't matter. You know Spinelli when he babbles on like he does. Sometimes he lands a point. What are we going to do about my brother-in-law?

Maxie: I can't let you do that, Johnny. Spinelli has been very focused on that recording. It's going to be the first thing he goes to when he comes back, and if it's missing or deleted 10 minutes after Claudia’s voice played while you were in the room, he's going to know that you did it, and things are going to get worse.

Johnny: That is optimistic, Maxie, if you think things could get worse.

Maxie: This is all connected, isn't it, the--the recording that Jason wants, you breaking in here trying to get rid of it? Claudia did something terrible, and you're trying to cover it up.

Johnny: Do you remember when we were on our way to one of those silly P.R. events? I got a call from Claudia to come over?

Maxie: What? You think I forgot that we found Ric almost dead in Claudia’s bedroom?

Johnny: Okay, highly questionable circumstances, but you didn't ask any questions, at least not after I asked you not to. You helped me get Ric out of there, to the hospital, with a good cover story because you told me that that's what your sister would have done for you. It's no different with me and Claudia, Maxie. She gets herself into trouble, even if it's her fault, I got to be there to bail her out.

Lucky: I assume you already know.

Lulu: I assume you know, too, by the look on your face.

Lucky: I'm sorry you had to see Dad for what he really is.

Lulu: Dad has always been what he really is, Lucky. The only person who's building him up to be anything else is you. I understand that you're hurt and angry, but make sure you put that where it belongs, on Dad. Ethan doesn't deserve it.

Ethan: Why are you leaving?

Holly: The one thing that I've always wanted to do was introduce the two of you, and I--and I've done that, and I'd like to leave on a positive note. So, I should before I'm tempted to try and get any more out of this.

Ethan: Like what?

Holly: The family that I never had.

Ethan: Well, that's not an option. You're my mother, and I'm grateful, for all the reasons I've just said, but you're a con woman. There's always an angle. There's always a game. And frankly, when it comes to family, I'm like an old piano. I don't much like getting played. So, have a good trip, and I'm sure I'll hear from you again the next time you need something.

Luke: Not exactly ending on the positive note you had hoped for.

Holly: Maybe what I did to you and Ethan is indefensible

Sonny: What's your take on Johnny? You think he's trustworthy?

Jason: Well, we have no problems moving shipments through his garage so far. I think he's pretty smart. He knows how to keep his mouth shut.

Sonny: Well, that's a 5-star review, considering how much you hate his sister.

Jason: That's where my reservations kick in. When push comes to shove, he's going to be loyal to Claudia. He'll protect her no matter what the cost.

Sonny: Let's say Claudia had something to do with Michael's shooting. You think, uh, Johnny was involved?

Jason: I don't know. I mean, my instinct says probably not, but he's so bonded with Claudia. She could drag him into anything.

Sonny: And this whole thing with Olivia is-- I want you to do me a favor. I want you to find out his strengths and his weaknesses. I want you to take him in. I want you to work with him, gain his trust.

Jason: Why?

Sonny: The same reason I'm--I'm staying married to Claudia. Friends close, enemies closer.

Michael: Yes, nice.

Jax: I hate to be the party pooper, but visiting hours are over. Michael needs to get some rest. It's past your bedtime.

Morgan: I'm good.

Carly: No, it is past your bedtime, and you can come back and see Michael tomorrow.

Morgan: Okay.

Carly: Okay?

Morgan: I'm glad you're awake.

Michael: Me, too. Right. Bam.

Carly: Wow.

Jax: Good night, Michael.

Michael: Good night.

Carly: Good night, sweetie.

[Knocks on door]

Michael: Claudia, I didn't expect to see you.

Claudia: I'm not here to make you feel bad, but I just-- I wanted you to know that your father, he'll never show it, but he's really disappointed that you're not going to come live with us.

Luke: Cheers. Thank you for giving me such a fine son.

Holly: 20 Years later. How angry with me are you?

Luke: Life's too short for that. I understand the choices you made. Who am I to judge? You are a beautiful, gracious woman. You always have been, and you always will be.

Holly: I'm trying to do the right and noble thing here. Don't make it any more hard than it already is.

Luke: So, you're really leaving?

Holly: Unless I can-- you know what? I'm not going to give you the chance to turn me down again. I'll just hope that one day we have our chance.

Luke: I don't know what to say.

Holly: Don't say anything. I'll be thinking about you.

Tracy: I'm an idiot. When you gave me your word that you were leaving, I believed you. Of course, you neglected to mention you planned on taking my husband with you. I'm done fighting this. It's become too demeaning. So, here's the deal. Yes, Luke, I--I tampered with the DNA. I didn't actually see the results, but I paid a lab tech to make sure there was no match.

Holly: That was very cruel and manipulative.

Tracy: And that is the pot calling the kettle black. And what are you complaining about? I played right into your hands. I did what you wanted me to do. I made it imperative for Ethan and Luke to go find you to find out the truth. I have been playing your game all along, Ms. Sutton, but no more. I will not allow you to trample my pride again. If our marriage means so little to you, if I mean so little to you, then have your Holly, and don't you ever claim to love me again.

Luke: Tracy, you were wrong to keep my son from me.

Tracy: Maybe. Or maybe I was trying to protect you. Maybe it broke my heart to see you buy into such a stupid con.

Luke: It wasn't your decision to make.

Tracy: More to the point, it was a complete waste of time, because it doesn't seem to really matter if he's your biological son or not, because you want him to be. You're like a kid with a shiny new toy, and to hell with the rest of us. Fine. Have your Ethan. Have your Holly. Have a nice life.

Luke: How would you feel if I tried to keep one of your kids away from you?

Tracy: Let me think about that. I'd ask myself why, and then I would try to give you the benefit of the doubt.

Luke: I'm so mad I could kill you right now. I could, but I won't, because you're the reason that I'm alive to enjoy my shiny new son, and not that you bothered to ask, but I am not leaving you for Holly. I am not leaving you for anybody.

Holly: This would be the appropriate time for me to leave.

Tracy: Whew. Long overdue, I'd say.

Holly: But hear this. If you mistreat my son in any way or if you fail to cherish the wonderful partner that you have in Luke, I'll be back to claim them both.

Tracy: Mad enough to kill me?

Luke: If I had any strychnine, I'd mix you a martini.

Tracy: Oh, but you haven't seen my will. You're not in it. Your gravy train only rolls if I'm alive.

Luke: [Laughs] After all this, you still think I'm in this marriage for money?

Tracy: Then make me a martini. I know once I see through your disguise, you'll never fool me, I love waking up next to you

Tracy: You know my life is in your hands. Every single morning

Lulu: Hey, did you--did you end up talking to your mom?

Ethan: I'm still not used to hearing that. You'll be happy to know that Holly's left town.

Lucky: I would be happier if you had gone with her.

Lulu: This is what I'm talking about. You need to give him a chance.

Lucky: I know that it is not Ethan's fault that he turned out to be dad's long-lost son, but what is true is that he is a liar and a thief like his dear old mommy.

Ethan: Okay, watch it.

Lucky: How'd you get here, anyway? Oh, your mother slept with a married man.

Ethan: You know, I'm about sick of your mouth.

Lucky: Yeah, what are you going to do about it?

Lulu: Stop it! Lucky, stop! Stop, both of you! You are brothers, okay? You need to find a way to stop sniping at each other and deal with it.

Sonny: All right, listen to me. We've been talking about this for weeks, right? I need you to land on the words.

Jason: You already told me. No accusations without proof. I got it.

Sonny: Are you gathering direct evidence?

Jason: Yeah, I'm trying to right now. In the meantime, be careful with Michael. I don't like how Claudia’s trying so hard to get close to him.

Claudia: I don't think I've ever seen your father as excited about anything as he was about you living with us, but you know how he is with your mom. He--he always defers to Carly. It's that respect for the mama thing he has going on with her, but I happen to know for fact he would much rather have you living with us, and secretly and--and selfishly, so would I. It just gets lonely, that big old house, sometimes with nobody but the guards to keep me company. I don't even have a dog or a cat. We would have had a blast. Michael, are you falling asleep on me?

Michael: Yeah, sorry. It's been a long day.

Claudia: Yeah?

Michael: It's kind of weird lying here, listening to you. It's like before.

Claudia: Before? What do you mean?

Michael: When I was in the coma, you used to come talk to me. I kind of remember your voice, not your words exactly, but-- but your tone. I'm sure whatever you said was really important.

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