GH Transcript Monday 7/6/09

General Hospital Transcript Monday 7/6/09


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Spinelli: [Singing in shower]

Jason: What the hell is that?

Maxie: Oh, no. He's way more into it now.

Jason: What is this all about?

Maxie: It's Spinelli, singing - really, really badly.

Jason: Yeah, that much I can hear.

Maxie: It's only temporary. I mean, that's what I keep telling myself.

Jason: It better be temporary. It's awful.

Spinelli: [singing] tell me true.  Ovation? Encore?

Dominic: Eh, sorry. I didn't mean to scare you.

Kristina: It's cool.  Um, Dominic, right?

Dominic: Yeah, good memory.

Kristina: What are you doing here?

Dominic: I'm looking for you.

Kristina: Why?

Dominic: When we met at Sonny's, you were willing to help me. I'm hoping my luck will hold.

Sonny: I don't know what it was like in your organization because I don't know how the Zaccharas ran things, but maybe it was lax because, you know, your old man was a psycho. But I don't tolerate incompetence. I sent you and Jason to do a job. You didn't complete it.

Johnny: Hey, not to make excuses, but between saving Jason's life and surviving a surprise ambush, I kind of had my hands full.

Sonny: Okay, you let a shooter get away. He came wandering through my woods. He grabbed my son, threatened my family. If Carly and my kids had been, you know -- anything happened to them, if they had been hurt or killed, it would have been on you.

Claudia: What's going on?

Sonny: What's going on? Your brother made a careless stupid mistake, and it could have cost me my family. And I don't want -- seriously, don't make excuses for you r brother because I'm not in the mood.

Claudia: I'm on your side. You have to be thorough, John. That means no loose ends ever.

Morgan: This is so cool. How fast can it go?

Michael: Way faster than the speed limit. But we're not going to go that fast tonight.

Morgan: Please? Just for a minute.

Michael: It's dangerous going that fast.

Morgan: I'm not scared.

Michael: Yeah, I'm not either. Hey, guess what we're about to pass.

Morgan: What?

Michael: The tree where Jason got in an accident and hit his head.

Morgan: Was Jason driving?

Michael: Actually, his brother was. Jason was in the passenger seat, like you are now.

Carly: I cannot believe this. Are you getting slow, Edward? Because if you are, I have a right to know.

Edward: My mental faculties are firing on all cylinders.

Carly: Then you are telling me that you had no idea that Michael did not have a driver's license.

Edward: Well, he might have mentioned it. But he assured me that they --

Carly: He will tell you anything to get what he wants, Edward. How long did it take you to play into his hands? Five minutes after he walked in the door? You're as bad as Sonny. You're bargaining for Michael's affections with expensive toys and complete indulgence, the whole time putting his life in danger. My God, do you not remember what happened to A.J. and Jason right here on your own property? How could you take that kind of risk with my kids?

Robin: I've been thinking about this case long and hard.

Patrick: I've noticed.

Robin: The only person's actions who are not consistent are Andrea Floyd's.

Patrick: The mayor's wife.

Robin: Yes. Okay, first, she hires Sam to follow Mayor Floyd around, supposedly to find proof that he's cheating on her. But she told you that she found out about the affair only after Brianna had died.

Patrick: I agree, that doesn't track.

Robin: But it doesn't matter whether or not Andrea found out about the affair before or after. Her concern seemed limited to contain the scandal.

Patrick: She's more worried about her husband's career going down in flames.

Robin: Yes, exactly, that's the key. Andrea is as ambitious as her husband or even more. And if Mayor Floyd is thrown out of politics forever, she's left with nothing but a cheating husband.

Patrick: Robin, I can buy all that. But it still doesn't make Andrea a murderer.

Jason: Okay, see -- you're dripping all over the floor. There's a lady present. Why don't you go back upstairs and get some clothes on?

Maxie: Jason, I'm shocked. Did you just call me a lady?

Spinelli: The Jackal is not usually this immodest.

Maxie: Oh, no, Spinelli, I like how you look in a towel. It makes me want to jump your bones.

Spinelli: Huh. Oh, did Stone Cold hear me practicing my musical tribute to fair Maximista?

Jason: Yeah, I happened to hear you. That wasn't practicing.

Spinelli: Well, do -- I discovered that the acoustics in the shower, they mimic the sound one would hear on a stage. Granted, like in a small auditorium. But I mean, it's transporting.

Jason: Why don't you transport yourself upstairs and get dressed?

Maxie: I think you're probably freaking Jason out.

Spinelli: Okay, very well. But, um, will your loveliness be here when I get back?

Maxie: I'd like to see the person who could drag me away.

Jason: You need to stop this now.

Maxie: Hmm.

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Kristina: I'm curious. How did you know where to find me?

Dominic: Well, I'm a genius, too. I got 10,000 on my SATs.

Kristina: They only go up to 2400.

Dominic: I did them 15 times. Okay, so maybe I'm not so smart. Your mom is the D.A. How hard could you be to find?

Kristina: That's real interesting, because if you worked for my dad, you'd know where my mom lives.

Dominic: What are you, a budding detective?

Kristina: Am I right?

Dominic: So far.

Kristina: So what were you doing at my dad's house? Were you there to hurt him?

Dominic: Absolutely not, just the opposite. I think I could be of value to Mr. Corinthos. I want to work for him. But in order to accomplish my goal, I have to find a way to make him notice me in an impressive way. There's where you come in.

Kristina: What do you want me to do?

Dominic: Get me access to your dad's house.

Claudia: Sonny trusted you with an important assignment, John. Look, those renegades, they're not just thumbing their noses at him. They're dishonoring us. They're dishonoring the Zaccharas as people of our word. We made an agreement to merge the organizations and to let Sonny lead. Dissatisfied factions have to be nipped in the bud and you know that. That's mob rules 101 --

Johnny: Claudia, I get the message.

Claudia: Oh, I don't think you do get it because one of those guys lived and attacked Sonny's -wife d his kids. And that's not acceptable. You let that happen, so that's on you. So you got to go find him and stop him.

Sonny: You and Jason, Johnny, are going to have another chance. So this time, get it right.

Johnny: Whatever.

Sonny: Oh, whatever. You see what I'm talking about, this whatever? It's his attitude.

Olivia: Hey, hey, hey.

Sonny: He's --

Olivia: What's going on here?

Claudia: Well, certainly nothing that concerns you.

Olivia: If Sonny is yelling at John, you bet your ass it concerns me.

Carly: Do you at least know where Michael and Morgan went?

Edward: I know what Michael told me. But according to you, it's probably a lie. I'm really so sorry, Carly.

Carly: Just consider this a lesson in what a handful Michael is going to be. I guess we should be glad it happened now, sooner than later. How long ago did they leave?

Edward: 20 minutes or so.

Carly: All right. I'll go find them.

Michael: What do you think?

Morgan: It was awesome.

Michael: It's great.

Morgan: Hi, Mom.

Michael: We just drove to the point and back. It was maybe three minutes on a public road. And we didn't even see any other cars.

Morgan: Michael is a great driver. I never felt scared once.

Edward: You see? All's well that ends well.

Carly: So how was it?

Michael: How was what?

Carly: The car. How did it handle?

Michael: It basically drives itself.

Carly: And the sound system? Because I know you cranked it.

Michael: Yeah, wait till you hear it. Honestly, it'll probably make your 80's hair bands sound good.

Carly: Don't make fun of my music.

Michael: So you're not mad?

Carly: No, I'm just glad you guys had fun.

Kristina: What do you mean, access to my father's house?

Dominic: You must know the combination of the security system.

Kristina: Yeah, but why would I tell you?

Dominic: Because I'm charming and I asked so nicely.

Kristina: You're going to have to do better than that. For all I know, you want to rip my dad off or something. Plus, I don't even know you. Why would I want to help you?

Dominic: It might get you in good with your father. You live for that, right?

Kristina: I'm listening.

Dominic: A good, loyal soldier is a valuable thing in Sonny's world. A general tends to be grateful when one comes his way.

Kristina: But Dad wouldn't know I'm the one he should be grateful to because we couldn't tell him I had given you the security code. And he would be so furious about that, he wouldn't listen to the rest.

Dominic: All right, you think way too much.

Kristina: It's my curse, handed down by my mother.

Dominic: Would you lighten up? I don't mean your father any harm. I admire him. I want the privilege of working for him.

Kristina: As what, some kind of killer?

Dominic: Do I look like a killer? Yeah? Cool. Thanks. The truth? I'd like to be on security detail. I'm a big protector by nature, and I always repay my debts. You help me out. I'll find a way to return the favor.

[Car approaches]

Kristina: It's my sister Molly. Don't worry.

Molly: Thank Mrs. Freeman. I'll text you later, Sarah. Feel better. Who are you?

Dominic: Land shark.

Molly: What?

Dominic: Pizza delivery.

Molly: Where's the pizza?

Dominic: I ate it on the way.

Kristina: He thinks he's funny.

Dominic: I'm a messenger, and I've got places to be. Nice meeting you both.

Molly: What were you talking to him about?

Kristina: None of your business, Miss nosey.

Molly: Well, why is it a secret?

Kristina: It's not a secret. It's just unremarkable.

Molly: But you think he's cute, don't you?

Kristina: Don't you?

Jax: [Speaking German] There's an emergency?

Carly: I think so, yes.

Jax: Okay, well, I want to hear all about it. I'll do whatever I can to help. But first, I nee you to sit down. Sit down, sit down, and take five deep breaths.

Carly: Are you serious?

Jax: You want to make it ten? Hmm? Okay, slow down. You're not supposed to hyperventilate. It's supposed to calm you down.

Carly: Jax --

Jax: Come on, come on, come on. Do it. Breathe, breathe, relax, and go. That good? That better?

Carly: Calmer, not better.

Jax: Calmer, not better. Okay, get it out.

Carly: The situation with Michael we have to do something about it immediately.

Sonny: I am not going to fight with you, Olivia. But don't come into my house and tell me how to talk to my employees. I wouldn't go into the Metro Court and tell you what to do with your employees. Anyway, you would get upset, and you would kick me out.

Olivia: Sonny, Sonny, this is not about dressing down an employee. You're giving John a hard time because you're pissed he's sleeping with me.

Claudia: Oh, would you --

Sonny: Oh, please.

Claudia: You know what? Everything is not about you and your pathetic sexual desperation.

Johnny: Okay, stop, both of you. All right, look. Sonny is my boss. And if I screw up, he gets to yell at me. I'll fix it.

Sonny: Thank you, Johnny. See that you do.

Olivia: Why so petty, Sonny? You're better than this.

Patrick: Before we get any further about speculating who killed Brianna --

Robin: I don't think it's speculation. I would consider it a real educated guess.

Patrick: Are you going to let me ask you to dinner or not?

Robin: Sure. Why would you take me to dinner? We're married.

Patrick: Well, that's exactly why. Marriage doesn't have to equal mundane. So are you going to come to the Metro Court and have dinner with me or not?

Robin: Sure, but we could also talk about the case.

Patrick: I was thinking something a little more romantic.

Robin: Listen, let's do what we do best, okay. We'll multitask. Let's consider that, first of all, Mayor Floyd was telling the truth, that he loved Brianna, he was intending to marry her, and he was going to ask Andrea for a divorce. She saw it coming.

Patrick: Okay, yeah, that sounds like motive. And I do have to admit that when he declared his love for Brianna, my first instinct was to believe him.

Robin: She probably loved him back. All indications say that she did.

Patrick: What about the money in the account?

Robin: I don't know. I haven't quite figured that out yet, but I don't think it came from Mayor Floyd. If they were planning on getting married, she would have no reason to blackmail him. On the other hand, all those years of service was about to be thrown back in Andrea's face -- this ambitious woman thrown out in the cold. People have killed for less.

Patrick: Okay, yeah, that makes sense. But Robin, I'm having a hard time believing that she would commit murder just to save her marriage. That's a strong reaction.

Robin: Well, not in the cold-blooded sense. Let's say that Andrea knew that Mayor Floyd and Brianna were meeting up at the Metro Court, okay? She followed them intending to, you know, confront them. She got into the room somehow. Brianna had already hit her head. And so she just decided to take advantage of the opportunity -- killed Brianna and tried to make it look like an accident.

Patrick: There was a small window of time when the Mayor went to go get aspirin.

Robin: Yes.

Alexis: Have either of you come up with alternative murder suspects in the Brianna Hughes case?

Spinelli: La la la la la

Maxie: That's really good, Spinelli. We need to talk.

Spinelli: Oh, wait, wait, wait.

Maxie: What?

Spinelli: On the floor, it's a puddle undoubtedly left by the Jackal when he was fresh from his shower which, I tell you, was invigorating. The pulse of hot water on sore muscles, belting out a good aria, but I digress.

Spinelli: Now you may cross.

Maxie: What are you doing?

Spinelli: I'm acting in the high romantic tradition of the great Sir Walter Raleigh. You see, in times long past, it was agreed among men of sensitivity that no woman should ever have to sully her feet. They should always walk in pristine surfaces.

Maxie: That's so silly, Spinelli, because I'm still going to walk on the puddle. There's just going to be a wet jacket on top of it.

Spinelli: We must not be bound by the literal when it comes to romance. Cross.

Maxie: Happy?

Spinelli: My happy meter is dancing in the red.

Maxie: Good. Maybe we could flood the room and then you could just spread out all the jackets that you own, and I'll walk back and forth until I pass out.

Spinelli: Maximista, that may be the most romantic thing you've ever said to me.

Maxie: I could think of lots of other things for us to do here. I mean, we don't have to go to Jake’s. You could serenade me all by ourselves to your heart's content.

Spinelli: No, I won't hear of it. I want the world to know of my devotion.

Maxie: Well, I doubt the grand opera is going to be on the list at Jake’s karaoke night.

Spinelli: No, not to worry. The arias are just a warm up to strengthen my vocal chords, increase my range. The song I will be singing to you at Jake’s will be a love ballad, both touching and contemporary.

Maxie: Yeah, I can't let you do this.

Robin: We've had some theories we've been tossing back and forth but nothing you can take to a judge.

Alexis: Anything you can tell me?

Robin: I'd rather wait. We rushed to judgment before. The Mayor got arrested, and you got caught up in this whole scandal.

Alexis: Don't blame yourself. I'm the idiot who slept with a married man, if only for one night.

Patrick: Robin's got a point. If the Mayor is innocent, then a lot of damage was caused unnecessarily.

Robin: I'd rather get the facts straight before I point the finger at anybody else.

Alexis: Okay, so you're having second-thoughts about the Mayor's guilt.

Robin: If he really loved Brianna, which I think he did, then it doesn't make sense for him to kill her. I don't know. You know the mayor better than we do, the man behind the public persona. Do you honestly think he's capable of murdering someone in cold blood?

Alexis: I know that he's a ruthless politician, but he's also capable of being a decent guy. He was nice to me at one time. Still, I can't think of another alternative.

Carly: If you think about it, I'm doing exactly what you told me to do.

Jax: Really?

Carly: Yes.

Jax: Well, I said that you should stop fighting with Michael on a regular basis and that you shouldn't try to control him. I never said that you should let him do whatever he wants or get into this competition between the Quartermaines and Sonny to try to spoil him rotten. Nor did I mention encouraging him to break the law.

Carly: I'm trying to avoid that. I get that Michael needs to feel some sense of control, okay? Ever since he woke up, people are trying to tell him what to do. Of course, he's going to fight that.

Jax: He is your son, after all.

Carly: Yes, he is. And I am not trying to jump the line of people trying to buy Michael's affections with expensive gifts or shortcuts.

Jax: But that's what you're asking me to do, pave a shortcut.

Carly: No, I'm not trying to start a trend here. I'm trying to trust my son. Michael needs to hold the reins of his own life and test the boundaries, if that's what it comes to. He's not my little boy anymore, okay? He's a young man, and he wants to try his wings. I've got to let him.

Jax: I think you should do that. But are you sure this is the way to start?

[Knock at door]

Jason: You're late.

Johnny: If I regularly show up fifteen minutes early, like you, butch. Besides, I didn't think it would've been wise walking out on Sonny as he was berating me for being incompetent.

Jason: Well, when Sonny gives an order, he expects it to be carried out successfully.

Johnny: You know, since when did my life get filled with functional A-types, huh?

Jason: I going to say it was my fault as much as yours that that guy got away.

Johnny: I appreciate that. I just wish Sonny Corinthos felt the same way.

Jason: He'll be in a better mood once we take care of the problem. After that, I'll talk to him.

Johnny: Yeah? You'd do that, put in a good word for me?

Jason: You saved my life. That carries a little weight. So let's just get this done and we'll go from there.

Claudia: Listen, you Bensonhurst slag heap. I've had enough of you barging into my house and into my life trying to impress everybody with how well you know Sonny Corinthos. This is not Bensonhurst back in the day. This is Port Charles, circa now. You and your precious past with my husband, it's irrelevant, Olivia. You don't have any business here.

Olivia: Wrong again, Claudia. But what's new? This is the final documentation on Michael's car purchase. It's over at the Quartermaines.

Sonny: Quartermaines?

Olivia: Yeah, Edward called over at the Metro Court looking for Carly. He said Max and Milo delivered the car over there. There's no problem, nothing to worry about.

Sonny: Who authorized this?

Olivia: I've told you everything I know.

Claudia: Please, don't tell me that you're buying this. Michael's car purchase is not Olivia's business. She's just here to try to get your attention, Sonny.

Olivia: Claudia --

Claudia: What?

Olivia: If Sonny paid any attention to me at all, he would not be married to a wretch like you, okay? You are a living, breathing personification of every terrible mistake this man has ever made in his life that I've been trying to warn him against since we were little kids. Okay, but you know what? This is not my problem anymore. He wanted to marry you. He's going to get what he deserves.

Claudia: Bitch, you better get out of my house.

Olivia: Gladly.

Claudia: I really -- how did you ever -- how did you -- she's so annoying, disgusting --

Sonny: Olivia means a lot to me. Remind your brother of that.

Claudia: What?

Sonny: Tell Johnny to stay away from Olivia.

Claudia: How did we get here?

Sonny: Well, I mean, you say you always want to support me and help me and -- so just do what I ask and then I can concentrate on Michael. Okay?

Claudia: Mm-hmm.

Molly: Admit it. You liked that messenger.

Kristina: Don't be ridiculous. I don't even know him.

Molly: Well, you don't have to know a guy to flirt with him.

Kristina: You're so far off base.

Molly: Hmm, I wonder what Mom would say?

Kristina: Well, we'll never know, will we -- because no one's going to tell her, right?

Molly: Right.

Kristina: Pinky swear.

Molly: Pinky swear.

Molly: Hey, did mom say anything else about kissing the mayor?

Kristina: That's something she's not going to want to talk about. Mom's really upset that she did it and that everyone found out. So if you want to help her, try to act like none of this is happening.

Molly: Okay.

Alexis: Hey -- Kristina, you've got to keep the door closed. Molly, what are you doing here? I thought you were at the movies.

Molly: Sarah got sick. Her mom picked us up and brought me home.

Alexis: Oh, I'm sorry. I know you wanted to see that movie. How about we go now?

Molly: Really?

Alexis: Sure. We can all go. Why not?

Molly: That'd be awesome.

Alexis: Good. Come here. Give your mother a big, juicy kiss. And then go get dressed. Put a jacket on. We'll have popcorn for dinner. How about that? Okay, so anything happen while I was gone?

Kristina: Like what?

Alexis: Did anyone come by?

Kristina: No, were you expecting someone?

Alexis: The press have been all over me, and I'm worried they're going to be swarming around here and bothering you. So if they do, you know what to do, right?

Kristina: I'll call the police.

Alexis: Good girl. So how's Molly? Did she ask anything about the mayor?

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Robin: I agree. I think surgery for Mr. Gonzalez is the best option.

Patrick: That's it -- you agree?

Robin: That's right.

Patrick: Well, that's a little too easy.

Robin: Well, what can I say? I have the best neurosurgeon husband. When he knows about a brain, he knows about a brain.

Patrick: Did I look at the schedule correctly? Are you off soon?

Robin: Yeah, I'm going to the Metro Court to try and solve this mystery.

Patrick: You're really into this whole lady sleuth thing, aren't you?

Robin: Yeah, you think Sam and Spinelli have a place for me at that P.I. office?

Patrick: I'm serious. This glimpse into a side I've never seen before is fascinating. I mean, you know, you do this whole medical detective thing, but using that skill  to use it in a criminal case is amazing.

Robin: It's genetics. I come from a long line of crime solvers. I was the perverse one who chose to study medicine instead.

Patrick: Well, your parents would be proud, and I'm very impressed.

Robin: I think we're on the right track with this thing, taking a look at Andrea.

Patrick: Yeah, but theoretically, we need evidence.

Robin: Exactly. We have to start at the beginning. Figure out how long Mayor Floyd and Brianna had been having an affair and exactly when Andrea found out about it.

Patrick: If the love letters or emails she intercepted or gifts and flowers that she could have traced?

Robin: Yeah, exactly, that kind of thing.

Edward: So is everything to your liking here, son?

Michael: Sure, you guys have all been great.

Edward: Well, good, because this is your home now. And I really want you to like it.

Michael: By the way, I really appreciate whatever you said to my mom to keep her from going postal on me.

Edward: I merely explained that boys will be boys. You know, I've been thinking. No push intended at all, but in a couple of weeks, I would really like to take you to ELQ.

[Doorbell rings]

Edward: You know, give you the grand tour, introduce you to your legacy.

Michael: Yeah, I'm not into the whole Dilbert thing.

Edward: What Dilbert thing -- what?

Michael: You know, offices, cubicles, nine to five. Corporate. It's not my thing.

Edward: Oh --

[Doorbell rings]

Edward: You may feel that way now, son, but you'll find out that the future will creep up on you before you know it. And we all need an option. And I look at ELQ as a future option for you. Hmm?

Michael: Yeah, I'm sure it won't hurt as long as you don't expect anything, you know?

Edward: You know what I expect from you, son? I expect you to enjoy yourself, to reclaim your life.

[Doorbell ringing]

Edward: Where the hell is Alice?

Sonny: Did you not hear the doorbell, because it felt like I was out there for like 15 minutes?

Edward: I have a staff for that. What the hell do you want?

Sonny: I want to see my son. What do you think I want?

Michael: Hey, Dad.

Sonny: Hey, how you been doing? Come over here. Can -- we just need some privacy if that's okay with you, Edward?

Sonny: So how are you doing? Everything cool? Everything fine here? Are you all right?

Michael: Yeah, it's fine. I just miss you like crazy.

Dominic: Land shark. Pizza? Open the door. Get that out of my face.

Man: We thought you were one of Corinthos' guys.

Dominic: I'm working on it, but relax. Sonny has no idea we're here.

Man: Nice.

Jason: You know the Zacchara network. Any idea where these guys might be holed up?

Johnny: Yeah, I got an idea. There's this old shack in the woods that we've used before.

Jason: All right, let's hit it.

Johnny: All right.

Maxie: There is no reason for you to make a public spectacle out of declaring your love. Certainly not on my account. I mean, I'd rather you prove it to me in other ways. You know, we could start with this.

Spinelli: Every time our lips meet, it is newly shocking to me about my incredible turn of luck. That a vision, an unattainable dream, like you could, through some sort of miracle, see me as worthy of affection and attention.

Maxie: You don't give yourself enough credit. You're a much better person than I am.

Spinelli: See, there's an example of it right there. I have to prove myself worthy of such devotion in a profound way. So, enter the code of chivalry.

Maxie: Spinelli, I don't need some crusty old code to tell me that you love me. I know that. You show me everyday. But there's other ways -- more immediate ways for you to prove your love. Like sex. I mean, humans discovered it probably after they kicked chivalry to the curb because it's so much more fun.

Spinelli: No, not necessarily. I mean, it -- only as you said, more immediate. But -- and I'm not denying the awesomeness of carnal knowledge and gratification. It is a truly sublime way of expressing love. But chivalrous deeds take thought and effort which is just as essential to honoring a relationship like ours.

Maxie: You really want to do this, don't you?

Spinelli: Yes, I do. I really do.

Maxie: Guess I'm going to be serenaded at Jake’s. But Spinelli, promise me one thing. You're going to get lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of practice.

Spinelli: I will make you proud.

Maxie: I know you will. I have to go.

Spinelli: Parting is such sweet sorrow. Au revoir.

Maxie: See ya.

Spinelli: Bye.

Maxie: Patrick, I need you to talk to Coleman. Because he's one of your friends. I mean, he was best man at one of your weddings. You need to tell him that this karaoke at Jake’s is a really bad idea. Because Spinelli is determined to sing, and I love him, but you've never heard anything so awful. And if Spinelli sings, he's going to humiliate himself which will make him feel less manly. And then our relationship is right back to where it started. And I'm trying to advance the program here.

Kristina: Molly hasn't said anything about Mayor Floyd. I don't really think she understands.

Alexis: Let's be grateful for small favors. Maybe the less we make of this, the sooner the whole thing will go away.

Kristina: Do you think it will be that easy? Just to wish everything away?

Alexis: Your friends are giving you a hard time, aren't they?

Kristina: Mom, don't you get it? This is disgusting. No one wants to talk about it, especially me.

Molly: All set. You want to come?

Kristina: I have a lot of work to do.

Alexis: Are you sure, sweetie? Please, it's been a long time since all three of us have done something together. Are you sure?

Kristina: I'm sure.

Alexis: Okay, let's go.

Molly: Okay.

Alexis: Lock up, honey, okay?

Sonny: Sit down for a second. It's very nice that you miss me. I miss you, too. But for now, you are safer here. At least you will be.

Michael: What does that mean?

Sonny: Apparently, Edward had Max and Milo bring your car over here without my permission.

Michael: I knew it was too good to be true. I can't believe she did this.

Sonny: What are you talking about?

Michael: Mom was so calm when she found out that I had been driving. I should have known she was up to something. I mean, obviously she went and yelled at you, and now you're coming over to take the car away.

Sonny: Michael -- wait, Michael. Listen to me. Your mom did not call me. And I'm not here to take the car away. But I am here to take the keys away, because you are not driving this car until you get your license.

Man: Why don't we just take out Corinthos, huh? Going around him is a big waste of time.

Dominic: Yeah, fine. Take him out. What's your favorite flower?

Man: What does that have to do with anything?

Dominic: Oh, I'll be sure to send it to his funeral. No, tough guy, we've had enough half-baked schemes. Sonny's going down. However, this time he won't see it coming.

Johnny: You want to know why we're out here in the woods, why the Zacchara people are so pissed off? I'm going to be honest with you. You can tell Sonny if you want, but everybody's pissed off because Sonny doesn't share. Okay, under my father, even though he was crazy, he gave everyone a little piece of the pie -- a little way to make some extra income. But Sonny cutting off the drugs and the economy in the toilet -- it's no wonder everybody's pissed off. I'm not saying that gives him an excuse to stage a hasty coup, but --

Jason: I know you understand how this business works.

Johnny: Yeah, it's how I was raised to think, not that I really had a choice. Although, for a while, I thought I did.

Jason: Trust me. You don't. It doesn't work that way.

Johnny: Yeah, unless you leave this place in a body bag, right? Which is what our surviving sniper is about to do. Oh, hey, that's our cabin.

Michael: Come on, Dad. I swear I'll be careful. I know a lot more about driving than you realize. Max taught me a lot of stuff when I was a kid.

Sonny: I don't care what Max did. We're going to take the steps on this one. Permit, driving lessons, then you're going to have your driver's license. And that's the way it's going to be.

Michael: No, that's going to take forever.

Edward: Oh, me, such hypocrisy. Sonny Corinthos going on about rules.

Sonny: I'm glad you're back, Edward, because we need to have a conversation about what it's like to take care of Michael in the actual world.

Edward: I don't need lessons in parenting from some two-bit thug who stole Michael away from his real family in the first place.

Michael: Don't disrespect my dad, okay?

Sonny: Hey, hey.

[Doorbell rings]

Sonny: He's not going to be driving the car. Don't worry about it until he gets his driver's license.

Carly: Hi. Until he gets his driver's license? Already done. You have a temporary driver's license. Feel free to drive all you want.

Jason: Don't move!

Jason: Any more rooms?

Johnny: There's a bathroom back there.

Jason: It's all clear.

Johnny: All right.

Jason: Take a look at this. Do you know these guys?

Johnny: Yeah, both of them.

Jason: All right. Michael said they're going to grab one with a shot in the side. Check them both.

[Olivia screams]

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