GH Transcript Friday 10/16/09

General Hospital Transcript Friday 10/16/09


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Police Officer: You're under arrest. Anything you say can and will be used against you.

Sam: Wait a minute, I'm sorry. You just have no idea how crazy this is.

Police Officer: Not to me. I see garden variety solicitation every day.

Sam: No!

Police Officer: He's the buyer, you're the provider.

Sam: No, no, no, no, you're wrong. There is no... sex transaction going on here. It's just not true.

Police Officer: Got you with your pants down on this one. So to speak, Mr. Morgan. I'd say I'm looking at a promotion and a nice, fat raise for being a cop who finally sticks charges on you.

Jax: I know it meant a lot to you that Sonny came by the hospital.

Carly: It was a very nice gesture, don't you think?

Jax: Yeah, there was obvious good will behind it.

Carly: Sonny agreed to play nice. At least until the baby is born.

Jax: Just, I'm not inclined to take Sonny at his word and hope for the best.

Carly: Sonny will keep his word.

Jax: Well, you're allowed to believe that. I just, I'm a little bit more cautious where he's concerned, okay? I worry so that you don't have to.

Carly: Don't you just want to bottle him?

Jax: If the baby's born early, there could be complications. I have to do everything I can to make sure that you're safe and healthy. And even though Sonny may have meant what he said at the time, his life is stressful, okay?

Carly: I get all that. I'm just not real clear where Olivia fits in all of this.

Jax: I asked her to use her influence to keep Sonny away from you until the baby's born.

Carly: Oh, are you kidding me? That is not necessary.

Olivia: I really--I think I got to side with Jax on this one.

Carly: Okay, is there where you guys gang up on me?

Olivia: All Jax wants is to keep his kids safe. What parent could argue with that?

Sonny: Joey Limbo has no loyalty to anyone. He's unpredictable. He's a loose cannon who can go off on anyone with no reason. There's a real possibility that with Joey's release, things are going to get ugly fast. And I have my concerns about your ability to step up.

Dominic: Concerns, maybe, but you know I'm going to come through.

Sonny: Do I? Why do you think we're having this conversation?

Dominic: All you have to do is give me the order. I'll do what needs to be done.

Claudia: I think Dominic's the right man for the job, Sonny. And I'll do whatever I can to make sure this happens. 

Dominic: What's this?

Claudia: Oh, contact info on a few people who have worked with Joey in the past. You mention my name, they'll give you the real 4-1-1.

Dominic: I appreciate it.

Sonny: Hey. As soon as you find anything useful, I expect to hear from you.

Dominic: Okay. I'm on it. What was that about?

Claudia: Me trying to be helpful.

Sonny: To Dominic? That's like a 180.

Claudia: He works for us.

Sonny: Yeah, over your objections. You've hated the guy since day one. All of a sudden, you're going to tolerate him?

Claudia: Okay, fine--

Sonny: You even go a step further and help the guy? What are you trying to do?

Claudia: I'm guilty!

Sonny: What?

Claudia: Guilty as charged. Absolutely. I have an ulterior motive.

Sonny: Okay, great. That's what I like to hear.

Claudia: Look... he did our family a big favor, right? He stepped in front of a moving car to save Morgan's life. I know how much that meant to you. And I know that you've been looking for a way to pay him back ever since, right?

Sonny: I'm not going to argue with that.

Claudia: Okay. I think you like Dominic. You want him to succeed. Maybe you see your younger self a little bit in him. I don't know. Whatever. The point is, if it's something you want, then it's something I want. See, I'm all about you, Sonny.

Sam: Your ambition just wrote a check your butt can't cash. Jason has a pit bull for an attorney. I don't know if you've heard of her, Diane Miller? She's gonna have these charges dropped and your badge yanked.

Police Officer: I'd curb my urge to talk if I were you. I'm starting to feel threatened.

Jason: I wish--

Sam: No, are you kidding me? There is a pesky little thing you need to file criminal charges. It's called evidence. You don't have any.

Police Officer: Mr. Morgan made it clear he'd prefer your services to mine.

Sam: [Chuckles] Of course. You are a sleazed-out hooker. I am his...

Police Officer: Yes?

Sam: I'm his...friend. I mean, I'm a girl. And I'm his friend. What?

Second Police Officer: His girlfriend. Haven't heard that one before.

Sam: Oof.

Police Officer: If Mr. Morgan's your lover, why not do the deed at home?

Sam: Oh, as if that is any of your business! Two consenting adults can have sex wherever they want. I mean, within reason. And certainly this sleazy motel is...perfect. Look... this bust isn't going to do you any good.

Police Officer: Transport the prisoners to the PCPD.

Second Police Officer: Let's go, folks.

Sam: Come on! I know my rights! Jason, Jason! You know your rights.

Helena: Look at you, so prim and proper, on the surface. Who would ever expect the hellcat that lurks within? I have to admit that you've surprised me, Elizabeth. I seem to have underestimated you.

Elizabeth: Are you having any pain?

Helena: Of course that insipid Emily clone has only herself to blame for Nikolas' wandering eye. [Chuckles] She played him abominably from the start. And she didn't count on you waiting in the background ready to console Nikolas with sex at the first opportunity.

Elizabeth: You know, I am so glad to see having a mysterious, life-threatening illness hasn't mellowed you one bit. Helena, you can think what you want, you can say what you want, nobody's going to believe your insane rantings.

Helena: Except that I'm telling the truth. And we both know it. You know, you remind me so much of Laura.

Elizabeth: Laura?

Helena: A craven manipulator posing as a paragon of virtue, leaving emotional destruction in her path.

Elizabeth: I have no idea what you're talking about.

Helena: Oh, I watched her. I watched her drive my sons to distraction, pitting brother against brother, just to win her faithless heart. Laura toyed with Stefan and Stavros the same way you are toying with Nikolas and Lucky. Lucky, that poor fool. Eyes shimmering with loyalty and trust. Can you imagine the devastation when Lucky learns that he is being doubly betrayed? His one true love sleeping with his brother? It might be enough to send him reeling back into addiction hell.

Elizabeth: Shut your mouth, or I will shut it for you.

Helena: What did I say?

Luke: Looks like I got here just in time.


Helena: Luke! Join us. You might find our conversation both fascinating and illuminating.

Luke: Is Lucrezia Borgia spitting up poison at you, Elizabeth?

Elizabeth: No, I'm fine.

Helena: Elizabeth and I were just discussing the illusion of morality, a pretense that you and I would not waste time on.

Luke: Very esoteric.

Helena: Oh, it's really quite simple. Say that there is one man that I want to marry for reasons that are, well, somewhat...yes, esoteric. But there is a catch. You see, there's someone else that I really want in my bed. So you see, moral dilemma. Something that Elizabeth, I'm sure, knows a bit about.

Luke: Well, Helena, I know that you don't grace many hospital beds with your acerbic wit, so here is a little tip-- it's not wise to piss off the medical personnel standing by your bed with scalpels handy and needles and radioactive isotopes that could be injected into your I.V. line.

Helena: Oh, Elizabeth and I are old adversaries. Oh, sparring is our means of communication, right, dear?

Luke: Leave her alone! Spar with me. That's what I'm here for. Do your worst.

Helena: [Chuckles] So gallant and so protective. Well, you might not be so quick to jump to Elizabeth's defense if you knew what I know.

Luke: [Sighs]

Nikolas: Look, I appreciate the concern, but I won't be dragging you into the middle of any Cassadine wars anytime soon.

Rebecca: Look, I'm just saying that you can depend on me. Nikolas, I'll stand by you, against anything, anyone. Including the scary Cassadines who eat women like me for lunch.

Lucky: I hope you had better luck convincing Nikolas to send Helena back to Greece where she belongs.

Rebecca: That's his call to make.

Nikolas: I need her here at the moment.

Lucky: Why?

Nikolas: To get information on this long-lost uncle of mine.

Lucky: You know you can't trust anything she says. She'll probably tell you exactly the opposite of what you need to know. She's just looking for a way back in, and you're standing there holding the door wide open for her.

Nikolas: She's the only source of information I've got right now!

Lucky: Well, I'm strongly suggesting you find somebody else. Because if you let her back in, it's you who's going to leash hell on all of us.

Mac: Well, what do we have here? Jason Morgan, visible hit man, makes a public transaction for sex. And just when I was about to blow off my day.

Sam: Oh, funny. Yay. Have a laugh. Get over it. Come on, Mac. Stop this, please.

Mac: Why would I do that?

Sam: Because we weren't soliciting. The idea that Jason would have to pay me for... this is stupid.

Police Officer: I saw cash exchanged.

Sam: We were renting a room.

Mac: At the Blue Palms Motel.

Sam: Hey. Don't judge.

Mac: What about you?

Jason: I have nothing to say--

Mac: Without your attorney. I've heard that before. All right, look, we'll write up the booking slip and sort it out later. Come on.

[Door closes]

Olivia: Johnny, please, I can't go another round with you.

Johnny: I'm not surprised to hear that. You're not really that good of a liar. But I got good news for you-- you can stop that right now.

Olivia: Johnny--

Johnny: Yeah, I went to Claudia's last night and I talked to her. And she didn't come right out and admit it, okay, but she basically all but said that she's the reason that you broke up with me, that she forced the issue somehow.

Olivia: Nobody forces me to do anything.

Johnny: Yeah. You know, I can fix this and I've already started to.

Olivia: What do you mean?

Johnny: I acted with this instead of with this. Okay, arguing with Claudia, fighting with her, threatening her, yelling at her-- that is playing her game on her home field where she feels comfortable and knows how to win. We've gotta hit her in that one soft, vulnerable spot, and that is her love for me.

Olivia: Okay, I'm not sure I follow.

Johnny: Okay. I told Claudia exactly what she wanted to hear, that blood trumps water any day of the week and twice on Sundays; that she's my sister and I love her no matter what. So much, in fact, that I told her I was giving up taking her advice and not going to fight for you anymore.

Olivia: What's that supposed to do?

Johnny: It's gonna make her back off. Man. Why didn't we see it like this from the beginning? You know, if we had kept us in secret, under wraps, she would have had no reason to threaten you in the first place, right? So that's plan A. Plan B., if she doesn't buy any of it, is that I have plenty information on Claudia that she does not want leaked. As you know, this is information that will blow her life, her cushy little comfy life with Sonny, to pieces. And I will not hesitate for a second to use that. Okay, so you do not need to be afraid anymore. But you also need to be truthful with me so I can finally protect you. What's Claudia holding over that head of yours?

Maxie: I hope you are sufficiently embarrassed with yourself, Mr. Exploiter of women. Of course you'd rather pay for sex than actually get involved in some emotional intimacy.

Spinelli: I must also express my disappointment. Not only is this an egregious betrayal of fair Samantha, but as my affianced points out, there's a larger ethical issue here. To wit, taking unfair advantage of the woman in question, who was no doubt forced into the oldest profession by dire financial need or horrific personal circumstance.

Maxie: Do you have anything to say for yourself?

Sam: Well, I'm glad to see you two. Did you post bail?

Maxie: You were arrested, too?

Sam: Yeah. I know, it's actually really ridiculous, and I can't believe Mac actually took it all the way to the booking process.

Spinelli: Humble, humble apologies for--oh, my, for jumping to such an erroneous conclusion.

Maxie: Oh, my God! You two were role-playing! Jason! Way to go. I didn't know you had it in you.

Alexis: Hey.

Diane: Hi, hi.

Alexis: Ooh, hi.

Diane: Thank you so much for meeting me here. I am swamped. This case in Philadelphia is taking all of my time. I was barely able to clear one day to fly back and check in at the office. I'm kinda sorry I did because the paperwork that is piling up is just staggering.

Alexis: Will anyone be joining us?

Diane: No. No, it's just you and me, it's just us girls. Oh, gosh, there is so much to catch up on. It's just been weeks. Of course, I want to know how you're doing, how you're recovering from that horrible incident at the carnival. Can't say I was sorry that Andrea Floyd was flattened.

Alexis: Max is fine.

Diane: Excuse me?

Alexis: Max. Remember Max? The one you're waiting for and the reason why you asked me to meet you here instead of at the office?

Diane: I wanted to buy you a drink. [Chuckles] And if Max happens to walk in, either alone or in the company of that, ahem, career-climbing A.D.A. with the bad shoes, well, then it will give me the chance to ignore him completely as he thoroughly deserves. Okay, look. Are you certain that Max is completely recovered from being hit by that car? Because when I got that message from Milo, it said there was a chance of spinal damage. And Max has always been so flexible and strong, and the thought of that big lug being permanently impaired... what am I saying?! [Laughs] I couldn't care less about Max Giambetti. I mean, not that I wish the man ill, but, you know. It is completely irrelevant to me who or what he does or doesn't do.

Alexis: So I've seen Max at Sonny's quite a few times since I go over there a lot now since Sonny and I are co-parenting.

Diane: Right, right. And how is Krissie?

Alexis: Some days are better than others. You don't want to know about Kristina. Come on, you want to talk about Max, so let's talk about Max. Max is fine emotionally. He's a little somber.

Diane: Define somber. Are we talking about sort of mildly down in the dumps, or is his heart--

Alexis: Diane, what did you do to the poor guy?

Diane: Me?!

Alexis: Yes!

Diane: Me?! We were having a perfectly lovely celebratory encounter and Max fabricates a fight, uses it as an excuse to go running off to the carnival where apparently he saves Louise Addison's life. And I haven't heard from him since. She is younger and prettier. She doesn't dress as well, but she makes him feel like a hero. I have to face it, Alexis. I've been dumped.

Alexis: Aw.

Luke: Are you finished here, Nurse Webber, medically speaking?

Elizabeth: Yes.

Luke: What's the verdict?

Elizabeth: There's no change in her vitals.

Luke: Well, then I'm sure you have other patients to take care of. If you don't mind, this one and I have a few things to discuss.

Helena: Well? What's wrong, dear? Hesitant to leave me alone with Luke in fear of what I might reveal?

Elizabeth: Nothing you say can hurt me.

Helena: Can you see it? Ooh, the halo is a tad crooked and slightly tarnished.

Luke: Oh, stop it. Go ahead, Elizabeth, and I'll take it from here. [Chuckles] You know, I'm starting to think that saving your life was a gross mistake.

Helena: What? You would kill me for the high crime of telling the truth about that mealy-mouthed little betrayer? Elizabeth Webber or Spencer or whatever she calls herself is a far cry from the angel she purports to be. Well, you may not be interested in what Elizabeth has done. But I guarantee you, Lucky will be.

Dominic: You meeting someone?

Lulu: Oh, wow, powers of observation. Are you sure you're not a detective?

Dominic: Maybe in another life.

Lulu: This is for you.

Dominic: Really?

Lulu: Mm-hmm.

Dominic: Well, you're stalking me now. I like it.

Lulu: Oh, no. No, I wouldn't get too excited. This is morbid curiosity instead of fatal attraction.

Dominic: Really? What would you like to know?

Lulu: Um... what did you decide to do with your situation?

Dominic: Oh, you mean Claudia. I don't know, I think I was making too big a deal out of that whole thing.

Lulu: Well, do you or do you not believe that she wants you to knock her up so she can pass the baby off as Sonny's?

Dominic: Oh, I know it. So what?

Lulu: So what?

Dominic: Well, it's not like I'm going to come out of pocket with child support. Claudia is guaranteed to be discrete. I mean, Sonny is just as likely to kill her as he is to kill me if he finds out he's been betrayed or duped. Why shouldn't I get into a devil's bargain with Claudia? It's the gift that keeps on giving. She'd owe me for life.

Lulu: You cannot be serious.

Dominic: I like that, too. How you're all concerned about me. Look, I thought a lot about the whole Claudia thing, and there's really no reason why I wouldn't go through with it.

Johnny: I'm asking you to trust me.

Olivia: It's just not that simple, Johnny.

Johnny: Either you do or you don't.

Olivia: No, you can't keep pressing me on this.

Johnny: Then what, am I supposed to give up on the one real chance I've ever had to be truly happy in my life because my twisted, jealous, possessive sister won't let me? How is that fair?

Olivia: It's not fair. All of this, it couldn't be more unfair.

Johnny: Hey, then let me fix this, all right?

Olivia: [Moans]

Johnny: You've got to trust me.

Olivia: I can't do this, you know I can't.

Johnny: Push me away.

Olivia: Okay. Meet me at my place tonight. Okay, I don't know, maybe we can work something out. I'm not making any promises, but...

Johnny: I'll take it.

Claudia: I hope you enjoyed stepping over that line. 'Cause you will pay for it.

Maxie: I am very impressed with you. And you, who would have thought?

Sam: We were not role-playing.

Maxie: No, no, don't be embarrassed. Spinelli and I, we would never judge. That would be hypocritical.

Jason: Hmmph.

Spinelli: Uh, actually, I think that might be a little too much unwanted information.

Maxie: Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to divulge--

Sam: No, listen, you totally misunderstood. We wanted to search Devlin's room at the motel.

Maxie: Well, role-playing is really in right now. I mean, there was an article in Crimson. Patrick and Robin--

Jason: Can we just stop talking, please? I need to get out of here. So go bail me out or go find Diane, now.

Spinelli: Come on.

Maxie: Hey, what's the name of the motel--

Jason: Go!


Johnny: Hey. You called?

Sonny: Yeah. Joey Limbo has been paroled.

Johnny: Ah, that soon, huh?

Sonny: You didn't know about it?

Johnny: No, first time I've heard.

Sonny: It's too early to tell whether the jury's going to take action on Anthony's behalf, but one thing we do know, there is going to be trouble, you understand me? I need to know again where you stand.

Johnny: Nothing's changed since the last time you asked. My loyalty's with you.

Sonny: Good.

Johnny: So that's it, huh? You're not going to grill me this time about it?

Sonny: Any reason why I should?

Johnny: No, sir.

Sonny: Okay, then.

Johnny: You know, Joey was in the clink with my father, so it shouldn't come as a surprise to either of us if this has anything to do with my old man.

Sonny: I got Dominic looking in on it, seeing what's going on. Let me tell you something, I question his ability to step up. Usually I'd have Jason on this assignment, but he's nowhere to be found. So I'm relying on you.

Johnny: Tell me what you need.

Sonny: I need you to be my eyes and ears on Dominic. If you see he's not doing something, I want you to step up and do it.

Johnny: No problem.

Sonny: And do me a favor. Tell Jason to stop whatever he's doing and get on this Joey thing pronto.

Johnny: Yes, sir.

Lulu: [Stammering] I'm not sure what I'm hearing. You could really father a child with a dangerous psycho like Claudia and just let it roll off your back?

Dominic: I told you about not knowing my father. I mean, that was just a fact of my life, like having dark hair. I didn't dwell on it or beat my chest with all the things I missed out on. I had a really good childhood. I had a great family; I had good people around me, like Mr. Poletti. I thought that's what was ahead for me. A nice wife, a couple of kids, planned for, wanted, loved. I know, call me corny and old-fashioned, but I'm not about to take a big crayon and mark all over that dream by fathering some kid whose sole purpose in life is just to be a pawn.

Olivia: For God sakes, Claudia, give this a rest. Stop trying to control your brother's life. He's not going to thank you for it.

Claudia: Maybe not at first. Johnny knows I have his best interest at heart.

Olivia: Please, please, call this what it is. You're not being altruistic here. Claudia, you're obsessed with him.

Claudia: I love my brother like my brother loves me.

Olivia: No, he loves you like a normal person loves their sibling. What you feel is some other--

Claudia: Oh, you know what, don't you dare.

Olivia: Does hearing it said out loud creep you out, too? Let me let you in on something, Claudia. Your brother has needs that you can't fulfill, okay? So the sooner you get that into your head and let him have a normal love life, the better off the both of you are going to be.

Claudia: You're gross. Stop talking about me and my brother.

Olivia: I'm trying to do you a favor, okay? The jilted lover routine, it just makes you look insane. You need to accept that we might have something real, or something that means a lot to John, or you're going to lose your brother forever.

Claudia: What, you honestly think I'm going to let you take away the only family I have?

Olivia: I'm not taking anything! Claudia, listen to yourself.

Claudia: I wasn't going to tell you this until after the fact, but since you're standing there insulting me and threatening to turn my brother against me, I guess I'll tell you now so you can choke on it that much longer. I'll be sleeping with your son tonight.

Olivia: Excuse me?

Claudia: Mm-hmm. And it's just the beginning. I'll be sleeping with Dante until he gets me pregnant, and there's not a damn thing you can do about it.

Elizabeth: Hi. Have you seen Nikolas?

Rebecca: Earlier, yeah. Apparently there's some tension between him and Lucky about Helena.

Elizabeth: Yeah, well, Nikolas should listen to Lucky. Helena is evil and he should have never brought her here.

Rebecca: Well, he's in a difficult position, Elizabeth. I would think you, of all people, would understand that. But no matter how awful she is, she's still his grandmother, right? And now she's sick, apparently terrified of this mysterious relative--

Elizabeth: You don't know what you're talking about. You have no idea the type of damage Helena can inflict. And you better pray you never find out.

Luke: Make no mistake, my little Venus fly trap, the only reason you're sucking air is because you can provide information about your funny Valentin. Don't think for a minute you're going to parlay that into open season on the Spencers.

Helena: Your utter lack of concern amazes me. It makes me that much more impressed with Elizabeth's mastery of duplicity. But then again, it's only Lucky's welfare that we're talking about. The dispensable son. Oh, Luke! Ow! Ooh!

Luke: Like that? Like that?

Nikolas: Did you get anything useful out of her?

Luke: I'm done here. You work her over for a while. If she doesn't give you anything useful, ship her back to Greece. She was already well on her way to knocking at death's door.  Maybe we should have just left her to her fate.

Helena: Well. My darling grandson. I can't thank you enough for saving my life. And for proving that at your core, you are a Cassadine through and through.

Nikolas: Oh, Grandmother, don't divulge yourself. At best, you're a temporary, necessary evil. I'm warning you--

[Cell phone rings]

Nikolas: If I find out that this was a set-up... I have to go.

Helena: A summons from Elizabeth?

Diane: I thank God for this Philadelphia case, because not only will my cut of the settlement be considerable, but it keeps me from dwelling on just how shallow and disappointing Max Giambetti turned out to be.

Alexis: Diane, why don't you just call him?

Diane: Absolutely not. Diane Miller does not grovel. And I have already spent too much time wallowing in regret over what amounts to obviously a very trivial affair.

Alexis: Okay. If you say so.

Diane: I do. So how do you like pro bono work?

Alexis: It turns out that I enjoy practicing law in service of clients who are actually innocent.

Diane: Mm-hmm. Well, how would you feel about defending clients that are undeniably guilty but would pay through the nose for your services? Okay. I want you to join my law firm.

Alexis: No.

Diane: Hang on. Consider coming on board as of council until we can determine if our styles are compatible. You would have your own office, excellent support staff, and I would have someone who I trust implicitly keeping the firm afloat while I am in Philadelphia wrapping up this case.

Alexis: Very generous offer. But I like what I do, and I don't think I'm a very good choice, considering your client list.

Diane: You don't want to defend Sonny.

Alexis: No, no, I don't. I don't. I've been there, done that. And I lived to tell about it, and I gained a beautiful daughter who is one of the three lights of my life. But, you know, it turns out that I don't enjoy organized crime.

Diane: [Scoffs]

Alexis: I'm not judging you. I mean, who am I to judge, right? Because, you know, every criminal--client deserves a right to a vigorous defense. And you provide that beautifully. And you're well-compensated, as you should be. But, you know, here's what I'm going to have to say--no. Uh, no.

Diane: Okay, all right, fine. Then...then consider this a cry for help. I am in Philadelphia all the time these days, but my clients here still need attending to. Look, if something major comes up, like a murder or RICO violations, something you don't want to touch, then I will simply refer it to Chris O'Shea until I can get back and handle it personally. But for the day to day, contracts and hand-holding, the occasional posting of bail, Alexis, you are invaluable.

Alexis: Sonny and I have a really good co-parenting relationship right now. To work with him professionally would be a disaster, because even though my intentions will be very good from the start, at some point, I will take a flying leap into a slippery slope. I'll start ignoring that he's guilty, rationalizing his intent, and then eventually, I will be helping him commit murder.

Diane: I just told you! I'll help him commit murder.

Alexis: He's the father of my daughter, okay? I do not want to be focusing every day on how big of a fat crook he is! So please, I don't want to have to say it again, so don't ask me again, all right?

Diane: All right, all right.

Alexis: No.

Diane: Fine!

Alexis: No.

Diane: Fine!

Alexis: No.

Diane: Ohh.

Alexis: No.

Sam: Okay, let's make this quick.

Jason: [Sighs]

Sam: I feel like I need to apologize for Maxie.

Jason: Oh, you know what, don't even start that.

Sam: No, please. I love her. It's just that sometimes she doesn't think before she speaks, and she--

Jason: Sometimes? She never thinks. She just keeps riding me, and I just have to actually ignore her all the time.

Sam: Yeah, I know.

Jason: Hold on, I got something. Looks like a page from... Devlin's prescription pad. Hand-written address.

Sam: Oh. Maybe we just got a break.

Olivia: Let me be real clear here. There is no way in hell that my son is sleeping with you.

Claudia: Yeah, you don't get a vote.

Olivia: I will give you up to Sonny so fast, I'll make your head spin.

Claudia: You might want to reconsider that, Olivia, unless you want Sonny to know that Dante is his son and vice versa and that you've been lying to them both since the day Sonny's son was born. And if you do, then go ahead and knock yourself out. By the time you get the words out of your mouth, the deed will be done. And when Sonny asks me why I cheated on him, I'll just tell him the truth. He wouldn't give me a baby, so I'm having one with his kid.

Olivia: I will never let that happen.

Claudia: Yeah, well, try to stop me. You'll burn your own house down. So I'll catch you later? Grandma.

Elizabeth: Hi.

Nikolas: What's going on? Why did you want to meet me here?

Elizabeth: It's the only place I could think of where we wouldn't be seen. Nikolas, Helena knows everything.

Nikolas: What do you mean--

Elizabeth: She accused me of sleeping with you.

Nikolas: She couldn't possibly know that.

Elizabeth: Well, she does, and she's gonna tell Lucky.

Lucky: [Sighs] Nurse said you wanted to see me.

Helena: I was hoping we could converse in a more civilized manner than we've managed so far.

Lucky: Just so you know where I stand, I'm not going to stop until I convince Nikolas to send you packing.

Helena: That's really quite touching, the faith that you place into your brother. In all the people you love. How would it feel to know that all of that precious trust... had been betrayed?

Jason: Okay, can you and Spinelli work on tracing this address? It might lead to a location where Devlin gets his records.

Sam: Yeah, I mean, it would be great if we could find any of those.

Jason: Yeah, it would.

Johnny: Hey, I gotta talk to you.

Sam: I'm on it.

Jason: Okay.

[Door closes]

Jason: What's up?

Johnny: Joey Limbo got paroled today.

Jason: [Sighs]

Johnny: Yeah, Sonny's predicting danger. He wants you to back burner whatever it is that you're doing right now, focus on heading Joey off.

Claudia: You're on time. I like that. I'm glad you decided to cooperate. This doesn't have to be unpleasant, you know.

Dominic: Look, you know what, I, uh... I came here to tell you face-to-face that I won't be sleeping with you. Now or ever. You want to have a kid and pass it off as Sonny's, good luck to you but it's not going to be mine.

Claudia: You're forgetting what's at stake here. Unless you start working overtime on getting me pregnant, Sonny's going to find out who you really are.

Dominic: Well, I guess I can't stop you.

Claudia: So you'd rather risk your life than sleep with me? [Chuckles] I'm going to try really hard not to be offended. You're willing to risk your mother's life as well? What do you think Sonny's going to do to her when he finds out that she's been lying to him this whole time about something so important?

Olivia: Sonny, I can't keep doing this.

Sonny: What the hell did I do now?

Olivia: Your wife is out of control, and I'm going to put a stop to it before she does any permanent damage.

Sonny: What did Claudia do?

Olivia: It's not what she's done. It's what she's about to do. Okay, okay, I realize now, by keeping my mouth shut, it just makes me complicit in this whole thing and it makes Claudia--it gives her all the power and I'm not going to do it anymore, all right? I just, I gotta come clean, gotta tell the truth about Claudia... and about myself.

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