GH Transcript Wednesday 10/21/09

General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 10/21/09


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Proofread By Kathy

Jax: A nice little foot rub. That relaxes you, right?

Carly: I like it when you give me the foot rub. Way more fun.

Jax: Can you just pretend that it was me? I mean, you probably wouldn't be able to tell, anyway, because your belly's so big --

Carly: That's really weird.

Jax: You just kind of -- not going to happen? No?

Carly: Mm-mm. I'll pass.

Jax: Okay.

Carly: Since when did you and Kelly get together and discuss how to keep me immobilized and relaxed?

Jax: Dr. Lee and I are on the same page when it comes to keeping this baby girl inside you for another few weeks. Okay?

Carly: I won't argue. I won't argue. And lounging around the house sounds nice. But I did promise Morgan I would take him over to Sonny's.

Jax: Sonny's out of town.

Carly: Really?

Jax: Yep.

Carly: How do you know that?

Ronnie: Is this place cool for us to talk?

Dominic: Yeah, yeah, yeah. We're fine. What the hell happened to your hand?

Ronnie: I broke a couple of fingers pulling a gorgeous and grateful woman from a burning car.

Dominic: You got carpal tunnel playing video games with Ron Jr.

Ronnie: Look, it's a serious injury, and left untreated, I could have lasting damage. So stop riding me. Tell me you got something new.

Dominic: I do. Straight from the boss' desk. It's a list of all Sonny's South American partners.

Ronnie: This is good.

Dominic: Yeah. I also got word that Sonny and Claudia are attending some big meeting down in San Juan.

Ronnie: Yeah?

Dominic: Yeah. It must be huge. I mean, Sonny's taking a huge risk by going there in person. He is an easy target that far from his power base.

Sonny: [Speaking in Spanish] Bar Luis. El bar Luis.

[Speaking in Spanish]

Claudia: Is everything okay?

Sonny: Yeah. Yeah. It's all set up for tonight, right? All the players are going to be there.

Claudia: Why did you pick Puerto Rico as the meeting place?

Sonny: Halfway point. Partners fly up, I fly down. I got influence here, and we're going to need every possible advantage if we're going to pull this off. 

Jax: I went over to Sonny's last night to try to talk to him about keeping your stress levels down, at least for the last few weeks of the pregnancy.

Carly: Well, you must have been pretty persuasive. Not many people can talk Sonny into leaving town.

Jax: No. You can't give me that much credit, because he was already gone.

Carly: He left town?

Jax: Mm-hmm.

Carly: He usually tells me when he's leaving town. In fact, him not telling me means he doesn't want me to worry, which makes me worry even more.

Jax: Okay. Okay.

Carly: What's going on?

Jax: Would you please -- people go on vacations, okay? Claudia and Sonny probably went off on a little romantic getaway. Just --

Carly: Oh, come on.

Jax: No, ser -- if you get upset again, you're going to go into preterm labor, and do you really want that? Do you want to upset your husband, hmm?

Carly: First, you had a secret meeting behind my back, and now, you're using blackmail?

Jax: Well, whatever works.

Carly: I like it.

Jax: Really?

Carly: Yeah. I like it when you get ruthless. It's extremely sexy.

Jax: Ahh. Mmm.

Spinelli: You must tell the Jackal all the details of your night of intensity. Was there a high-speed chase, a shootout, or old school fisticuffs? What?

Jason: No, no. It was nothing like that.

Sam: But we did break into a house.

Spinelli: Aha!

Sam: Yes, we did. We were looking for records that Devlin could have stored somewhere, but it was a dead end. Well -- I mean, not really, because we did find that big bag of money we gave to that lady.

Spinelli: Oh, what lady?

Jason: The lady whose house we broke into. We were in the basement, and she came in. She passed out. She was pregnant. We had to rush her to the ER.

Sam: And we got her there just in time, 'cause the baby lived.

Spinelli: It sounds like a most impressive rescue. I applaud your heroism.

Sam: Yeah. Well, it was a joint effort, right?

Spinelli: Perhaps in light of your Good Samaritan efforts, she won't press charges for breaking and entering?

Sam: Perhaps. We can only hope, I suppose.

Jason: The point is, the house was a dead end. I might have a new lead, and last night, I was talking to Patrick at the hospital about Devlin, and he said something that made me realize that Devlin could have hidden something at General Hospital.

Patrick: Hi.

Robin: Hi, sleepy.

Patrick: Good morning.

Robin: I heard you come in last night, but you stayed downstairs, and you never came to bed. Why?

Patrick: Yeah. My brain just wouldn't shut off.

Robin: Oh. You were in the ER late last night?

Patrick: It was late last night. Jason and Sam brought in a pregnant woman who needed an emergency C-section.

[Robin chuckles]

Patrick: Thank you. And she pulled through. The baby's fine, too. But it just got me thinking how many things can go wrong with a pregnancy, and how lucky we were that Emma was born -- 

Robin: We are.

Patrick: Safe and healthy.

Robin: Yes. We're very blessed. Not everyone is as lucky as we are.

Patrick: There was something else, too. In talking to Jason, he mentioned that they found the woman in a house east of town. They were there looking for evidence on Ian Devlin. Supposedly, he was using the house as a storage facility.

Robin: Really?

Patrick: Yeah. Didn't find much, except for a bag of cash.

Robin: Well, I know that Jason did have questions about Michael's shooting.

Patrick: Yeah. You know, Ian was a friend of mine, but I obviously accepted too much of what he said at face value. I didn't ask the question that I should have asked.

Robin: There was no way for you to know what he was up to. He was a very good liar.

Patrick: Yeah, well, I wish I would have figured that out earlier. My blindness is partially to blame for Michael's shooting.

Dominic: Look, Joey Limbo could easily call in a favor or offer somebody a deal and have Sonny taken out when he gets to that meeting.

Ronnie: Well, sounds like a win in my book. I mean, if Sonny is stupid enough to walk into an ambush, I say we let him do it.

Dominic: I thought the whole point was to build a case against Sonny, take him down the right way. Get him tried and convicted. You know, our job is to uphold the law, not to condone Sonny's murder.

Ronnie: Our job is to take Sonny out, period, any way we can. Look. If Joey Limbo or one of those bosses from South America decide to take Sonny out, well, that's good news for us. Tell me that you get that, Dominic.

Sonny: I got a very lucrative business moving product for these South American suppliers. I don't intend to lose that. So, it's time to take control of the situation.

Claudia: These are the guys that lost property in the Zacchara raid, right?

Sonny: Well, you know, they're under the impression that I can't control my territory and the shipment's not safe.

Claudia: So you're here to reassure them?

Sonny: No. I'm here to, uh, show them the error of their ways and, you know, give them an opportunity to apologize. Look at this-

Jax: Carly, you're getting sick of me hovering, aren't you?

Carly: No. I know your heart's in the right place. You're just being a loving father, not to mention a wonderful, supportive husband. And besides, someone needs to protect our little girl from my occasionally unreliable impulses.

Jax: You? Mmm.

Carly: I know I can be, let's say, impulsive at times. And I don't always make the best decisions. And if I don't, you know, take your advice, it's not because I love you less. It's because I love you more.

Jax: Of course.

Carly: I mean not many people would put up with my idiosyncrasies.

Jax: You're not that bad.

Carly: Come on. You know there are times when you're ready to jump on your jet and fly off to Monte Carlo and leave all this behind.

Jax: You make my life sound very glamorous.

Carly: You are glamorous.

Jax: Really?

Carly: You're damn sexy. And don't you think for one minute that I don't appreciate you giving up all your corporate raiding and your international adventures just to stay home with me and monitor my green vegetable intake.

Jax: I have absolutely no problem with the fact that my priorities have shifted. In fact, Dr. Drake and I were talking about this very thing last night at the hospital.

Carly: Oh, really? Wow.

Jax: Yes, we were.

Carly: You guys must have a lot in common. The reformed playboys? Himm. Look, you traded it all in for commitment, baby formula, and diaper duty?

Jax: Yep.

Carly: You got the better wife, though.

Jax: Absolutely. No argument there. My decision to be with you and have a family has made me happier than I've ever been in my life. I love you.

Carly: I love you.

Diane: No. I'm back on a plane at 5:00. What do you mean, unnecessary delay? I have a thriving practice in Port Charles, and that needs a -- that needs attention. Look, I'm about to be called into chambers. Don't call me back. Max. Well, this is a surprise. I certainly hope you're not at the hospital for health reasons.

Max: Diane. Uh, I'm fine. No health problems at all. I'm, uh -- I can't talk. I'm actually meeting a friend.

Diane: Oh.

Max: Ahem. Just play along.

Woman: Are you crazy?

Max: Please, lady. My ex-girlfriend's watching.

Woman: So what?

Max: Okay.

Diane: You were saying?

Max: That I was meeting a friend of a friend, and I thought that was her.

Diane: Oh. Well, since it obviously isn't, maybe you have a few moments. We could catch up.

Max: Uh, you know -- sorry. Lots to do. You know how it is. Boss has gotten me -- important assignments and -- you know, of dangerous and criminal nature. I can't really talk about it --

Diane: Sonny's in Puerto Rico.

Max: I don't -- how did you know?

Diane: Because I'm his attorney, Max. Whenever Sonny has a delicate negotiation in another city, he usually advises me so that if there are complications, I know how to handle them.

Max: Oh. I thought you were, you know, too busy for the boss and -- well, you know, these days with your case in Philadelphia and all.

Diane: Well, yes. My case in Philadelphia is going very well, and I expect a lucrative settlement at the end of it. But my heart, my practice, is here in Port Charles, and that deserves due diligence.

Max: Oh. Well --  It was good to see you.

Diane: Max. I don't think of you as a love puppet.

Jason: Need you to hack into the GH mainframe. Pull up Devlin's files, his patients' files, any research he was doing, anything he might have left behind.

Sam: Okay. Wait a minute. Hold on. So you're thinking that Ian could have left recordings of his illegal activities embedded in patient files?

Jason: Well, what I'm saying is, the hospital files are totally secure. So maybe he did transfer the recordings to a disc, put it in a patient's files. The cases that are closed, no one's ever going to know.

Sam: Hmm.

Spinelli: I secured a complete list of patients treated by Dr. Devlin, and Stone Cold is right. Several of the files indicate records, data, and scan that may be backed up to DVD.

Jason: Okay. We need to get to those DVDs.

Dominic: You know, maybe I'm being old fashioned here, but I think maybe we should bring charges against Sonny, make a case. You know, follow the law. That's why I became a cop in the first place.

Ronnie: You know, that's really all stand-up of you, Dom, but if I'm being honest, I don't buy it this time.

Dominic: Don't buy what?

Ronnie: Look. You know if it was up to me, you'd already be off this case. I think I've made that pretty clear.

Dominic: Oh, yeah.

Ronnie: You're way too involved in Sonny's life. And I'm not just talking about his business -- his family. You're friends with his kids. Hell, last week, his wife tried to bang you. I mean, to say that the lines aren't blurring for you would be a massive understatement.

Dominic: Well, you know what? It's a good thing I know what I'm doing, then.

Ronnie: Oh, do you?

Dominic: Yeah.

Ronnie: Because it seems to me that you're treating Sonny more and more like a boss, you know? Someone to be loyal to.

Dominic: Come on. That is crap. We both know where my loyalties lie. I'm a cop, Ronnie.

Ronnie: Yeah.

Dominic: I'm loyal to my badge. Look, if and when Sonny comes back, I'll continue this assignment. I'll compile evidence. I'll make a case. I'll do my job. Once we find out how Sonny moves his money out of the country, we have all we need to take him down the legal way.

Ronnie: Yeah. But that just seems a little overly optimistic. You are trying to find a non-violent way to bust Sonny, and the truth is, that just may not be possible. You need to accept that. Look. I got to go. I'll check you later.

Dominic: Look. Wait. Hold on one sec. Look at this tag here. Have you ever seen that before, man? Something looks familiar about that.

Ronnie: No. I can't say I have. Sorry. I'll call you later.

Dominic: Yeah.

Claudia: You know what my crazy old bastard of a father used to always say? The best defense is a good offense.

Sonny: He's right about that. But tonight is all about you. Want to make a show of strength. We're going to have to move into the room, anticipate any opposition, and then intimidate the hell out of whoever it is.

Claudia: Sounds like fun to me.

Sonny: We are going to run the show. No, you know, explanations. We're going to make sure everybody knows that it was their screw-up, and I'm just there to bail them out.

Claudia: Oh. I honestly can't wait to walk in there as your wife. And you can count on me. You know that, right?

Sonny: I appreciate that.

Claudia: Yeah.

Sonny: But you know, they're going to have to clean up their own mess, 'cause it was their own weakness that allowed Anthony to jump on them in the first place. And that's where you walk in. As Anthony's daughter, as my wife, you need to let them know that I am in complete control of the situation.

Claudia: Done.

Sonny: If anybody comes up and says, "Anthony this, Anthony that," all you got to do is say he's old, he's crazy, and his double cross failed. And we have handled the last of the renegade Zaccharas.

Claudia: Yeah. Yeah. Okay. The one concern that I have, though, is, isn't seeing you down here in person going to make some of these guys kind of nervous?

Sonny: Well, nervous people make stupid mistakes, and the thing is, that's usually good. Unless their stupid mistake is trying to take us out.

[Jax sighs]

[Knock on door]

Alexis: Hi.

Jax: Hey.

Alexis: You have a minute?

Jax: Yeah, absolutely. For you, anytime. Come on in. What's going on?

Alexis: I wanted to talk to you some more about Michael.

Jax: What's going on with Michael?

[Alexis sighs]

Alexis: I want to just explain more about why I made the decision that I made, and how guilty and awful I feel about it, and how sorry I am that I upset Carly and, worse, Michael, because he doesn't deserve it. It's not his fault, none of it. And then, you're in the middle.

Jax: Yeah, in more ways than one.

Alexis: Jerry. [Sighs]

Jax: I've decided to tell Carly the truth once the baby's born. I know that the whole situation is going to blow up in everyone's face, especially mine.

Alexis: But you didn't do anything wrong.

Jax: I don't think Carly will see it that way. I can hope, but I kept my brother's secret. I allowed him to continue after the Metro Court incident, and that led to Michael being shot.

Alexis: Jax, you were trying to protect Carly, who is having a high-risk pregnancy. You don't think that's going to carry any weight?

Jax: Michael almost died because of my brother's actions, so --  I don't know how Carly's going to react, but I'm prepared for the worst.

Carly: Yeah. They're for the lobby. Well, just call Kako over at the florist and make sure they're be delivered by tomorrow. Thanks, Olivia. Oh, do me a favor -- don't tell Jax that I called. Okay. Bye. Hey. Uh, wait. Did your dad mention to you that he was going out of town?

Michael: No. Why?

Carly: No reason. I guess it was last minute. No big deal.

Michael: Maybe he took off 'cause he's trying to give me some space.

Carly: Why would you say that?

Michael: 'Cause I freaked out on him again, for no reason. You know, he was trying to help me figure out. I was being totally cool. And then, I just got all pissed off again and lost it. I don't understand why my brain just goes there, you know? I hate it.

Carly: It's okay. It's going to take time. And your dad knows that, Michael.

Michael: I just wish the whole memory thing would just stop, you know, and go away. I can't stand not being able to control it or control how angry I'm going to get when it happens, you know? I --  Like some freak, you know? I'm just afraid that something bad's going to happen.

Carly: Don't say that. You're fine. And besides, what bad thing is going to happen from your memories?

Ramona, voiceover: Some villains are vague. Some are clear. Some are standing by the bed. Some are in the mirror.

Spinelli: Unfortunately, it appears Dr. Devlin's files are restricted. I'm afraid a break-in could cause some heinous difficulties.

Jason: Keep at it. There's got to be a way.

Sam: Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Maybe we don't have to break in. Is there any way you can have the files transferred to somewhere else in the hospital, somewhere Jason and I would have access to, somewhere -- anywhere -- in the building? As long as it stayed in the building, it should be okay, right?

Jason: Yeah. You're right. Why don't you have them transferred to one of those conference rooms?

Spinelli: Okay. We may be being a bit overly optimistic.

Jason: Isn't it worth a try? I mean, if Devlin left something behind to prove Claudia's guilty, don't we need to find it?

Robin: You can't blame yourself for what Ian did. It wasn't your fault.

Patrick: I'm not blaming myself, but I still feel like I should try and help figure out what happened, or figure out if there was an accomplice or not. It just pisses me off that Ian was lying to me the whole time, face to face.

Robin: You were just trusting your friend.

Patrick: Yeah. Well, that friend certainly had a lot of cash stashed away. Figure it's for a getaway if he had to leave town or something. You know what? I'm going to look at all the files that Ian and I worked on. Maybe there's something I missed in one.

Robin: That's weird.

Patrick: Why are all Ian's files being moved to the conference room?

Sonny: So here's the deal. It's a dangerous situation. If you don't want to take the risk, I wouldn't hold it against you.

Claudia: You're going, aren't you?

Sonny: Well, I didn't get where I am being cautious. Tonight, I have to take care of the situation.

Claudia: Well, I'm going with you. And I got your back. You know how I see it? You got to risk big to win big, and you always seem to come out on top.

Sonny: I appreciate your faith.

Claudia: Okay.

Sonny: All right.

Claudia: Listen, I'm excited to show you just exactly what kind of asset I can be to you.

Sonny: Really?

Claudia: Yes, I am.

Sonny: All right.

Claudia: Mm-hmm.

[Sonny sighs]

Sonny: You look amazing. Red's my favorite color.

Claudia: Likewise.

[Sonny laughs]

Claudia: And you look great, too.

Sonny: You know what? This might not be that hard, 'cause guys are going to be looking at you, and I'll be able to do what I need to do, you know what I mean?

Claudia: It's too bad I can't incorporate a bullet-proof vest.

Sonny: If you don't want to do this, just let me know.

Claudia: No, I want to do it. You know what? They're disrespecting you, so they're disrespecting me. And I can't wait to help you put them in their place.

Sonny: You and me together? They're not going to know what hit them.

Claudia: You know I love the whole power couple thing, anyway.

Sonny: All right. Let's do it.

Claudia: All right. Let's do it! I'm so proud to be your wife.

[Sam sighs]

Robin: Oh. I had a feeling we might be seeing you guys here.

Jason: Yeah. What's going on?

Patrick: All of Ian Devlin's files were brought to the conference room. I'm thinking Spinelli's handiwork? [Chuckles] That kid is good. So I'm guessing you're looking for Ian's accomplice in Michael's shooting.

Sam: I'm a little confused. Why are you guys interested in Ian's files?

Robin: This is Patrick's project. I'm just here for backup.

Patrick: Ian was a friend of mine. We went to med school together. I was thrilled when he came to work here at General Hospital. Then I found out he was a drug dealer, among other things.

Robin: He was a very good liar. He had the entire staff fooled.

Patrick: I was stunned when I found out he was responsible for Michael's shooting. And now, I guess I'm figuring out that I'm not over it. So I want the truth out there. All of it. And I want whoever's involved brought to justice.

Robin: I guess what he's saying is that we're all looking for the same thing here, and Ian, he could have written notes about what he was doing inside the patient files, right?

Sam: Yeah, but isn't it a little risky for the two of you to be digging through sealed medical files without patient or family consent? It's sort of a breach of medical ethics --

Patrick: As doctors in this hospital, we're allowed to look through files. It's only illegal if you guys do it.

Robin: Also, we know what should and shouldn't be in the files, so it could save you a lot of time.

Patrick: If anyone else is involved in Michael's shooting, I want it known. I want it out in the open. All of it.

Carly: Michael. Michael?

Michael: Uhh --

Carly: Did I just lose you for a second?

Michael: I'm sorry. I was just being stupid.

Carly: No. Don't do that. It's not stupid for you to want to tell me what's going on. And I just want to help you so I can help you figure this out. And if all you're remembering is people visiting you in the hospital while you were in the coma, I don't understand how that translates into something bad.

[Michael sighs]

Carly: And now, you're just trying to keep something from me.

Michael: No, Mom, I just --

Carly: It's okay. Stop for a second. It's okay. I'm not going to push you.

[Michael scoffs]

Carly: I want you to know, there's nothing that I wouldn't do for you, and you can tell me anything.

Michael: Okay. There is something else. I know that Ian Devlin was the guy who shot me, but I think there were other people involved.

Diane: So, how are you feeling?

Max: Fine. Good.

Diane: Yeah? No lasting damage from what happened at the carnival?

Max: Oh, that. It was nothing.

Diane: You got hit by a car, Max.

[Max sighs]

Diane: Saving another woman's life.

Max: And what was I supposed to do, let her get run down?

Diane: No, no. Of course not. But you didn't need to be standing next to her in the first place. You could have been with me.

Max: If you weren't too ashamed to be seen with me.

Diane: I am not ashamed, Max. Where are you getting this idea?

Max: You know what? Why didn't you come find me at the carnival that day? It wasn't like Edward ran me down as soon as I hit the midway. I had time to ride the Ferris wheel, do the Dunk-a-Hunk. I even got to show Louise where the polska kielbasa stand was.

Diane: Louise? It's Louise now? So you ate polska kielbasa with Louise?

Max: You're damn right I did. That woman loves sausage.

Diane: Oh! I just bet she does. I bet she was all kinds of appreciative for your heroics. How many hours did she spend by your bedside?

Max: You know what? More than you did. You were off trying your big case in Philadelphia.

Diane: Well, at least they appreciate me in Philadelphia.

Max: Diane, when you say they, are you talking about your Philadelphia boy toy?

Diane: I don't have a Philadelphia boy toy. I have a Philadelphia man, who provides me with scintillating conversation, intelligence. He appreciates art and theater and fine dining and, most of all, me.

Max: Some quiche-eating weenie that lets you wear the pants.

Diane: All right. Fine. Well, truth be told, I prefer quiche over polska kielbasa.

[Max sighs]

Dominic: Spinelli. Hey. Thanks for coming down, man.

Spinelli: Greetings, audacious one. How may I be of service?

Dominic: Um, well, I'm working on a little something that needs some computer assistance, and I know you're the best there is.

Spinelli: Well, yes, indeed. I have very limited competition in the cyber arena. But I have to remind you, I'm on retainer to Mr. Sir and Stone Cold.

Dominic: Mr. Sir?

Spinelli: Yes, Michael Corinthos Jr. who insists on being addressed with respect at all times.

Dominic: Okay. Uh, well, look. I know your talents are highly specialized. But I guarantee you, you help me out on this, it will go over big with Sonny.

Spinelli: Sounds very enticing. What is it that you require?

Dominic: I need a little help with some computer research. You're good at that kind of stuff, right?

Spinelli: Well, before I met my Maximista, I probably spent more hours in the world of the internet than in the world of, well, the world. Heh.

Dominic: Perfect. Thank God for girls.

Spinelli: Hey!

Dominic: Um, look at this wall here, that graffiti. I don't know. I think it means something.

Spinelli: C-O-7-7-X?

Dominic: I don't know. Take it somewhere. Do whatever you can do online, whatever it is you do, and tell me what the hell it means.

[Roulette wheel spinning]

Mo: Mr. Corinthos. It is my honor and privilege to welcome you back to San Juan.

Spinelli: Mo. How are you? This is my wife Claudia.

Mo: Claudia. It is my pleasure to welcome you as well.

Claudia: Thank you. Beautiful place you have.

Mo: Thank you. I consider it to be my labor of love.

Claudia: Ah.

Mo: Claudia, how is your father doing?

Claudia: Oh, he's still incarcerated.

Mo: I'm sorry to hear that.

Claudia: Don't be. That's exactly where he belongs. I sincerely hope you haven't made the mistake of putting your trust in him. It's my husband who holds all the power now, Mo.

Spinelli: I assure you, the Jackal is up to the challenge.

Dominic: Uh, if it saves you any time, I already checked all the major search engines, and I came up empty.

Spinelli: Oh. That's a most impressive first effort, dacious one. I've been trying to teach Stone Cold the powers of search engines, but my tutelage has fallen on deaf ears. But I suppose it's better for my job security if he remains in the dark on such issues.

Dominic: You are a wise man, Spinelli.

Spinelli: All right. It shouldn't be long before we ascertain the origin of this cryptic graffiti.

Dominic: I'm already impressed. How do you type so fast?

Spinelli: Oh. Well, I guess I've been blessed with manual dexterity -- the speed of which only increases when I enter what I like to call "the zone."

Dominic: Okay. Should I back up or something?

Spinelli: Ah ha ha. No, you're fine where you're standing. Um, but when I do enter "the zone," all cyber barriers fall before me -- banking codes, government monitoring programs, even tracking and surveillance systems. I've made myself indispensable to Mr. Sir through my ability to control and monitor the movement of funds.


Dominic: Wow. So, I mean, I knew you were good, but that's pretty impressive stuff. L-let me get this straight. Let's say I wanted to move some money out of the country without any government scrutiny. You could, uh -- you could make that happen?

Alexis: Hi. Uh, I'm here to pick up some literature on the "I participate" campaign.

Nurse: Ms. Davis, right?

Alexis: Alexis. Thank you.

Nurse: Epiphany said you'd be stopping by.

Alexis: Yeah. You know, we can all do a little bit more. In fact, I'm gonna get my two girls involved -- so, another lesson in the importance of helping others. Excuse me. Hey.

Sam: Hey.

Alexis: I wasn't expecting to see you here. Are you okay?

Sam: Yeah. I'm -- I'm great. [Elevator dings] I'm actually here working on a case. But -- I -- I would talk to you about it. It's confidential.

Alexis: Okay.

Sam: So, love you! See you later.

Alexis: [Chuckling] I love you, too. Bye.

[Telephones ringing]

Alexis: Robin -- 

Robin: Oh, hey, Alexis.

Alexis: Hey.

Robin: What's up?

Alexis: Nothing. It's just another great opportunity to thank you again for clearing my name with the Brianna Hughes murder.

Robin: Oh. Well, you're welcome. I'm actually just relieved that everything turned out the way it did, even if Andrea had to die.

Alexis: May she rest in peace, hateful woman that she is.

Robin: Yeah.

Alexis: Needless to say, your instincts are very good. So, if you ever decide medicine's not for you, I think you have another calling. You could be a private detective.

Robin: You know, I actually had a lot of fun piecing everything together. And it was quite fulfilling that I helped solve the case. You know, it's nice that with a crime, there is an answer to be found. With medical research, it can be quite the opposite.

Alexis: True. So, I noticed Sam coming out of the office with you. Were you working on some sort of case together?

Robin: We're going through files on Ian Devlin, um, looking for a possible accomplice in Michael's shooting.

Jason: So, what do you think about focusing on files that have already been closed?

Patrick: Actually, that's a good idea. A one-time incident won't be looked at as often. That's an MRI. We transfer all those to DVD.

Jason: Hmm. A-are you sure that you want to get involved in this?

Patrick: I feel like I owe it to Michael. If I was paying more attention to Ian, maybe I could have helped prevent some of this. And I realize that it's a little late now, but if we find an accomplice and bring him to Mac, maybe we can get him prosecuted.

[Jason exhales]

Carly: You think someone else was involved in the shooting? Did someone tell you that, or did you remember it? And is that why you're so upset?

Michael: No. I'm upset just because there's so much that I don't know.

Carly: Baby, it's a tricky situation. I mean, it's gonna take time. You have to be patient.

Michael: Well, to answer your question, I mean -- none of my memories have had anything to do with the shooting -- or at least, I don't think they have. But see, that's the problem. I really don't know.

Carly: You will. But like I said, it's gonna take time. And if it helps, you can talk to me.

Michael: Okay.

Carly: You can tell me anything. [Door closes] You know that, don't you? Hey.

Jax: Hey. Everything okay?

Carly: Yeah, we're fine. Just, um -- Michael's having a hard time with what he's remembering.

Patrick: I realize that it's probably not your standard operating procedure to bring an accomplice in Michael's shooting to the police. You probably want him dead like Ian.

Jason: I didn't murder Ian. He had a knife to Maxie, so I really didn't have a choice.

Patrick: I believe you, Jason. But at the same time, you still got your revenge. I guess the bigger question is, you know, what did it prove? What does killing anyone ever prove? [Pager beeps] Shoot. That's an emergency. I'm gonna have to take this. I'll be back.

[Jason sighs]

[Door closes]

[Door opens]

Alexis: Hi. I'm sorry to interrupt.

Jason: Uh, what do you need?

Alexis: I understand you're searching for an accomplice to Michael's shooting. I'm not here to interfere, I promise. I -- you do what you do. It's your prerogative. I have a favor, actually. Do you think there's any way you could possibly do this without involving Sam?

Jax: You know, Michael, I'm always here to help you, too, if you want.

Michael: Thanks. No, I will be okay. Maybe you should just stay focused on keeping Mom away from the cheesy snacks until my baby sister's born.

Carly: Oh -- heh. I have been really good. I mean, ever since that French fry incident, I have steered clear of anything deep-fried or -- with the word "cheesy" in it.

Jax: Well, soon, you can go back to eating whatever you want.

Carly: I can't wait -- not for the food, but to see this beautiful little girl. And I can't wait for her to meet her two brothers and her wonderful, wonderful, amazing father.

Jax: Thank you, honey.

Carly: Mmm. [Kiss]

Jerry: You're turning out to be a real problem, Michael. I'm sorry to say that --  It might be better for everyone if you were dead.

Carly: Michael?

Michael: It was Jax's brother Jerry.

[Latin dance music playing]

Mo: Manuel, dos mojitos para nuestros huespedes, rapido.

Sonny: We have business to discuss, right?

Mo: We will. But it is not often that we see each other face to face. We should enjoy the moment.

Sonny: No.

Mo: Salud. Your presence is a great honor but also unexpected. I must ask, why come here without any advance notice?

Sonny: I'm not really in the habit of explaining myself.

Claudia: The drink's been watered.

Mo: That's impossible. [Sniffs] You have insulted my bartender, which is an insult to me and to my hospitality. I suggest you instruct your wife to finish her drink.

Dominic: So, I imagine the government monitors the movement of money pretty tightly, right?

Spinelli: Well, the U.S. government has been a mildly worthy adversary in the past, but these days, I can securely navigate the grid with virtually no detection. But back to the task at hand -- behold -- the results of our search.

Dominic: What, you found something already?

Spinelli: This is -- puzzling.

Dominic: What is it?

Spinelli: Well, my search has delivered no results, nothing -- no recognition of the design, no history. So, I can only surmise that this particular tag is nothing of significance. I just -- I guess maybe just a youngster's prank.

Adam Lambert: All around me are familiar faces worn-out places worn-out faces bright and early for the daily races goin' nowhere goin' nowhere and their tears are fillin' up their glasses no expression no expression chorus: Mad, mad, mad. Mad world mad world mad world huhh...

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