GH Transcript Monday 12/28/09

General Hospital Transcript Monday 12/28/09


Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Kathy

Robin: Almost ready. I had to find Emma's favorite story book for Judy. I'm so sorry.

Patrick: It's all right.

Robin: Just a little --

Patrick: No pressure.

Robin: Uh -- can you do my zipper, please?

Patrick: Yeah.

Robin: I was thinking just the opposite. I mean, wasn't it so much easier to go out when we were single and dating?

Patrick: Oh, no. Easy's overrated. Look at us. We're living poof of that.

[Robin laughs]

Patrick: After all the bumps in the road, and there have been many, here we are, celebrating our one-year anniversary.

[Robin chuckles]

Sonny: I'm sorry. We're closed for a private party.

Lisa: Are you the manager?

Sonny: I'm in charge.

Lisa: Well, how can I get you to let me stay?

Jason: Spinelli? Spinelli?

[Knock on door]

Johnny:  Tell me that is not what I think it is.

["Mad World" playing] Adam Lambert: All around me are familiar faces, worn-out places, worn-out faces, bright and early for their daily races, goin' nowhere, goin' nowhere, and the tears are filling up their glasses, no expression, no expression, hide my head, I want to drown my sorrow, no tomorrow, no tomorrow, made to feel the way that every child should, sit and listen, sit and listen, went to school, and I was very nervous, no one knew me, no one knew me, hello, teacher, tell me, what's my lesson? Look right through me, look right through me, and I find it kind of funny, I find it kind of sad, the dreams in which I'm dying are the best I've ever had, I find it hard to tell you, I find it hard to take, when people run in circles, it's a very, very mad world, mad world, mad world, mad world 

Patrick: Okay. Favorite baby food front and center.

Robin: Oh, thank you.

Patrick: Check. Got it.

Robin: Did you set the thermostat? It's tricky. Judy gets nervous about that.

Patrick: Yes. Check.

Robin: Um, trash.

Patrick: Check. We're good. We're covered. Let's go.

Robin: Okay. Oh, the prep is so exhausting. I'm tired now.

Patrick: Oh, no, no, no. No, no, no, no. Robin, hey. Stand up.

[Robin chuckles]

Patrick: This is our one-year anniversary. We need to celebrate our glorious coupledom.

[Robin laughs]

Robin: Wow. I can't believe you just said that.

Patrick: Mm-hmm. See what a good indoctrinator you are?

Robin: Mmm.

Patrick: Hey. What are you doing?

Robin: Just looking at you. I used to do that a lot. I would space out when I was pretending to despise you.

Patrick: How did I never notice that?

Robin: 'Cause I never let you.

Patrick: Mmm.

Robin: But now, I get to look at you all the time. My handsome husband. Okay, let's go. Let's go -- celebrate our wonderfulness.

Patrick: Okay. Does Judy know we're going?

Robin: Bye! We're leaving!


Sonny: Here you go. I've personally checked them all out. I don't think you'll be disappointed.

Lisa: That's very considerate, directing me to other restaurants, but I'm here now, and so far, there's no sign of this private party you mentioned. I don't eat much, and what I do, I promise to consume really fast.

Sonny: Why are you so fascinated by this place?

Lisa: Um, I'm new in town, Houston transplant. I live down the block.

Sonny: Oh, so you pass by this place?

Lisa: Every day.

Sonny: You notice that it's empty?

Lisa: Mmm, what are you saying, your food sucks?

[Both laugh]

Sonny: It's catered to a certain, you know, clientele.

Lisa: Oh. Some kind of gentlemen's club?

Sonny: Uh, not the way you're thinking.

Lisa: Mm-hmm.

Sonny: But something like that, yeah.

Lisa: If you're implying that this restaurant is a front for organized crime, I mean, how gullible do you think I am?

Maxie: All these years, and I never knew you were a Christmas hater.

Lulu: Christmas is over finally. It's been shoved down our throats since Halloween. Haven't you had enough?

Maxie: No. Normal people don't get enough of Christmas. Normal people like to hold on to the joy and hope for as long as possible.

Lulu: Normal people should strive to find hope and joy in the real world and not rely on holidays to manufacture feelings.

Maxie: Wow. Bah, humbug.

Lulu: It's just my upbringing was very schizophrenic. My dad was Ebenezer Scrooge, and my mom was a Christmas freak, so I fluctuate wildly.

Maxie: You miss her?

Lulu: Yeah, I do. She was one of those people that wanted to stretch out the holidays for as long as possible, and her birthday was right before Christmas, so she was able to drag it out for quite some time. I just don't think it feels as festive without her. What about you?

Maxie: Oh, please. I'm not as sentimental as you are. When I think about my mom and Christmases, all I can think of are the ones she chose to miss, so I don't dwell on it. I just focus on the fun stuff, you know, like the presents, all the sparkly, glittery things. Can you please stop that? Can't I just have this?

Lulu: Sorry. I didn't know keeping out decorations was so important to you.

Maxie: No. It's -- [Sighs] It's just that I made an agreement with Spinelli that we weren't going to talk about me sleeping with Franco until the holidays were over.

Lulu: Oh. So you're going to try and stretch this out till, like, April.

Maxie: Yeah, exactly.

Lulu: Okay.

[Knock on door]

Lulu: Spinelli?

Maxie: Well, I'm not expecting him.

Dominic: Hey. You got to be ready to go in an hour.

Lulu: I'm sorry?

Dominic: Well, uh, we're going to go out tonight, and there's no way you're turning me down 'cause you already promised me you'd go.

Jason: Where'd you get this?

Johnny: In the mail. No return address.

[Jason sighs]

Johnny: We've been in the trenches together, Jason, saved each other's lives. If it weren't for your adamant distaste for my sister, I'd actually consider you a friend. I don't go handing that out. What I'm trying to say here is, I respect you, all right? I've stopped myself many times from pushing you on the events of Claudia's alleged disappearance. But I need an answer. Is that Claudia's empty grave?

Jason: I owe you the truth, but it's complicated. I have to start from the beginning.

Johnny: A simple yes or no will do. Is that Claudia's grave?

Jason: Yes. I had her buried in the Pine Barrens after Michael killed her.

[Johnny scoffs]

Johnny: Michael killed Claudia. How?

[Jason sighs]

Jason: Well, the first part of the story we told the cops is true. Carly was in labor when Claudia took her from the metro Court heading who knows where. Carly panicked, grabbed the wheel, crashed the car. Carly left Claudia at the accident site unconscious. She started wandering through the woods, and she found a cabin, and she got ready to have the baby.

Johnny: Is this where Claudia shows up?

Jason: Claudia helped Carly give birth.

Johnny: Claudia helped Carly?

Jason: Yeah. But as soon as Josslyn came out, Claudia took her. She wouldn't give her to Carly. Carly was too weak. She couldn't even stand up. She couldn't even stop Claudia. Claudia was going to kidnap Carly's baby, Johnny. Carly said that Claudia broke all connections with reality and thought Josslyn was her baby that died.

Johnny: Poor sister.

Jason: When Michael found the crash site, he found the cabin, and he heard his mother screaming. Showed up to the cabin, he saw Claudia trying to take the baby. Now, he didn't even think to stop. All he saw was somebody trying to threaten his mother and his baby sister, so he grabbed the first thing he could, and that was a wooden ax handle. And he hit her. I swear to you, it was not intentional.

Johnny: Just -- please, finish.

Jason: Sam and I show up, I see Michael kneeling by Claudia's body with blood all over his hands. He was in shock. And my first instinct was to protect Michael. So I started the cover-up right there. I told Sam to take Carly to the hospital, and I just told everybody to lie that Claudia had disappeared after the accident.

Johnny: And Sonny?

Jason: Sonny wasn't at the cabin when Claudia died.

Johnny: So, great. I finally know the truth about my sister's death. But none of what you said explains that picture.

Jason: Well, somebody else knows what happened that night. He's using the knowledge against me.

[Knock on door]

Sam: Hey! Hi.

Spinelli: How was your holiday? Festive, I hope?

Sam: It was actually really good. I spent the holiday with my mom and my sisters. What about you?

Spinelli: I spent the merry day with Maximista.

Sam: Oh. Well, that's good. Does that mean the two of you are back on track?

Spinelli: Well, lingering pain over my fair one's sexual tryst with the darkly focused one has yet to be addressed -- just merely put off in an effort to treat the holiday as a time out of time moment.

Sam: Wise.

Spinelli: Really?

Sam: Yeah.

Spinelli: You think so? I was afraid my partner in crime detection would think my actions cowardly.

Sam: No, uh-uh. Not at all. Actually, I'm a really firm believer that you have to grab happiness when, where, and however you can, if even only for a day. Um, I did call you over here for a reason, though. I'm a little worried about Jason.

Spinelli: Has something happened?

Sam: No. I mean -- well, no. That's not the point. I haven't heard from him, and I can't get ahold of him.

Spinelli: I think Stone Cold is determined to take on Franco man-to-man.

Sam: Yeah, and that could be a really, really big mistake, a fatal one. Franco has Jason off his game, and I'm just -- I'm worried about him. He needs to regroup.

Spinelli: I think you're right. Some breathing room could be beneficial.

Sam: Okay. So you're going to help me?

Spinelli: Well, of course. How?

Sam: Can you tell Jason that I want to see him tonight?

Lulu: I think you're getting carried away.

Dominic: How's that?

Lulu: You spent Christmas with me and my family. It was surprisingly pleasant, but it doesn't mean that we're dating.

Dominic: Did you already miss the part where you agreed to go?

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

Dominic: Well, I can see that. I'm trying really hard not to have my feelings hurt here, but a promise is a promise, and tonight's the night.

Lulu: Okay. You're driving me a little crazy --

Dominic: Dress up. Something formal. I'll pick you up in an hour.

[Lulu scoffs and chuckles]

Lulu: Eww. Did you see that? He just winked at me.

Maxie: Deny it all you want, but you are obviously so into Dominic Pirelli.

[Patrick grunts]

[Door key beeps]

[Patrick grunts]

[Robin laughs]

Patrick: There she goes.

Robin: Oh! You didn't have to do this.

Patrick: Are you kidding me? I've been waiting for this all day.

[Robin laughs]

Patrick: Mmm.

Robin: Mmm. Well, it's working on me so far.

Patrick: Mm-hmm. I saw your face. You thought it was going to be another boring dinner at the Metro Court restaurant.

Robin: Oh!

Patrick: You didn't get excited until you saw that room key.

[Robin sighs]

Robin: Well, I do love the Metro Court, but I can't do this there.

Patrick: God, I'm a genius.

Robin: You are. [Chuckles] Oh, now I get to surprise you. I'm officially off my antidepressants, so I can drink. Can I tell you how much I am dying for a glass of champagne?

Patrick: Well, then you shall have it. Congratulations.

Jason: Johnny, I hope you understand that I'm telling you the truth because I believe that you'll protect Michael.

Johnny: Oh. I didn't realize that was in my job description -- protecting my sister's killer.

Jason: Claudia's death was an accident.

Johnny: Yeah. So was Michael's shooting. That didn't stop you from hounding Claudia literally to death.

Jason: Claudia's not innocent. She took Carly hostage at gunpoint. She was going to take her baby. Michael stopped her.

Johnny: He certainly did that. The apple don't fall far, does it?

Jason: The kid's been through hell, and after what Claudia did to him in the first place, yeah, I think you should protect him. He's the only innocent person in this whole scenario.

Johnny: What about the picture, Jason?

[Jason sighs]

Jason: The picture. Do you know the artist named Franco?

Johnny: Yeah. Everyone went to go see his show. They're all talking about him. What the hell does he got to do with this?

Jason: Well, Franco, his art is all about death and violence. He's obsessed with it. He's fascinated with what I do for my job, and he's fixated on me. He followed me that night Claudia died. He saw us bury her. And now, he's taken Claudia's body.

[Jason sighs]

[Johnny sighs]

[Jason grunts]

[Sam grunts]

Kristina: Hey.

Sam: What -- um, this is unexpected. Get in here.

Molly: Mom thinks we're at the mall right now.

Kristina: She won't be picking us up for 2 hours, so we've got some time.

Sam: For?

Molly: A sisterly war council.

Sam: Oh, no. Should I be alarmed?

Kristina: So far, our plan to hook up Mom with Mac is going pretty well.

Molly: We just don't want things to stall.

Kristina: So we have to figure out a way to make sure Mac and Mom go out together on New Year’s Eve.

Molly: For symbolic reasons. You know, what you do on New Year’s Eve kind of sets the course for the rest of the year.

Sam: Oh, that is absurd.

Molly: Well, it's not scientifically rooted, but come on. You can't ignore the power of superstition. And besides, we have to cover all the angles.

Kristina: We figure, one more push in the right direction, and Mom will fall in love.

Molly: Totally.

Sam: Uh, maybe not totally. See, you can't impose love on anyone. I mean, you got to sort of find that yourself -- or not.

Molly: But Mac is perfect, and since Mom is a logical person, she should be able to see that.

Kristina: I mean, you know how Mom always says learn from our mistakes. And here's her chance to prove she has.

[Knock on door]

Alexis: Sam? Mommy needs you!

[Sam laughs]

Kristina: Don't tell her!

Sam: I won't!

Kristina: Let's go!

Sam: Shh, shh, shh.

Sam: Hi.

Alexis: Hello, my daughter. I need your help.

Sam: Ohh.

Alexis: Could you please explain to your very well-meaning but very wrong-headed sisters that, unfortunately, Mac and I are never going to be a couple?

[Sam sighs]

Maxie: Ooh. That one's nice. But I think we could probably do better. Try the Maha Chang.

Lulu: Oh, this is ridiculous. I don't think we should go through all this fuss.

Maxie: Well, you want to look nice, don't you?

Lulu: Yeah, I suppose.

Maxie: And Dominic already told you it's a formal event, so you can't just wear jeans.

Lulu: Yeah, but I don't even remember agreeing to go.

Maxie: Yet here you are, trying on dresses.

Lulu: It won't matter.

Maxie: It matters. Clothes always matter.

Lulu: No, you don't know Dominic like I do. He couldn't care less about what I wear. He thinks that I look good in everything, and he means it, and if he doesn't mean it, he doesn't say it.

Maxie: You're swooning.

Lulu: No, I'm not.

Maxie: Oh, yes, you are, which is fine. I hope this Dominic thing is your happily ever after, because if this one blows up in your face, I'll probably be scraping you off the walls.


Sonny: So, how does Port Charles rate so far?

Lisa: It suits my purposes. So, have you lived here long?

Sonny: It's home. But I like to get away every so often, you know what I mean?

Lisa: Oh. And where's your great escape?

Sonny: Where?

Lisa: Mm-hmm.

Sonny: Uhh, the Caribbean, mostly.

Lisa: Oh. Well, it's heaven.

Sonny: You like the islands?

Lisa: Diving is my passion, and the spas, of course.

[Door opens]

[Distant horn honks]

Sonny: What?

Dominic: Yeah. Sorry to interrupt. Um, can I have a word?

Sonny: Yeah, yeah.

Lisa: Is he your head waiter?

Sonny: Yeah, something like that. Uh, I'll be right back, okay?

Lisa: Mm-hmm.

Dominic: Hey.

Sonny: Everything all right?

Dominic: Yeah, yeah. Great. As long as you're okay with it.

Sonny: I'm listening. What?

Dominic: Can I take myself off the clock early tonight? Plans with Lulu.

Sonny: You treating her good?

Dominic: Yeah. Absolutely.

Sonny: Then do whatever you want to do, all right?

Dominic: Thanks.

Sonny: All right.

Olivia: Hey. Is John here?

Patrick: Now, I apologize in advance. There's not a lot of opportunity for grand gestures, being that the first anniversary's paper. But --

Robin: It's beautiful. I love it. I do. Really. I mean, it's not something you know about me, but I started a journal in my teens and continued it for most of my life.

Patrick: Really? I've never seen you journal.

Robin: Just kind of lost the habit over the years. But I used to really like it. I think writing things down helped me to figure things out. So this will inspire me to journal again.

Patrick: Well, good.

Robin: Thank you so much.

Patrick: You're very welcome.

[Robin chuckles]

Patrick: Now. Ahem.

Robin: What?

Patrick: Where's mine?

Robin: Your --

Patrick: My present.

[Robin laughs]

Robin: I'm so sorry. It was too big to fit in my purse, honestly, and I didn't know we were staying here, so just put it this way -- you have something good to look forward to.

Patrick: It's okay. It's okay. Everything I need is right here. To my exquisite better half. To the woman who taught me what's important. I adore you.

Robin: To my husband, the man who gave me the courage to dare to be happy. I love you so much.

[Glasses clink]

[Acoustic guitar playing]

Man: Like a rose

Robin: Mmm.

Man: Losing its thorns, you came to me, and I was so scared, just the thought made me weep, you placed your hands in mine, I gently closed my eyes, your lips touched my lips, oh, I felt so alive, my first, my last, my always, my sweetest kiss, sweetest kiss, do you remember on and on, the first time? Listenin' to "Satellite," it got awkward when Dave hit that last rhyme, but something happened then, hit me stronger than anything I wished or ever will again, my first, my last, my always, my sweetest kiss

Patrick: I can't believe we've been married a year.

[Robin chuckles]

Robin: I was just thinking that -- the night Alan told me I was HIV-positive, I never thought having anything like this was possible. [Sighs] I never thought I would marry a handsome, brilliant doctor. I never thought I would have a beautiful, remarkable daughter. I let go of all those dreams. And then, look what happened. I mean, really, my life is a miracle, and so much of that is because I was smart enough to fall in love with you. I'm so grateful for you, my husband, for your patience and your understanding and for that stubborn streak that made you stick it out when I was trying my hardest to push you away. I love my life. And I love you.

Patrick: You know, this is -- this is a perfect one-year anniversary, but --

Robin: Hmm.

Patrick: We're missing one thing.

Lulu: What do you think?

Maxie: I'm not sure. Turn around. Hmm.

Lulu: Not good?

Maxie: I think you should try the Evan McClain.

Lulu: Oh, this is so stupid, trying on a thousand dresses when I don't even know where I'm going. I'm going to call Dominic and cancel.

Maxie: Okay. If you actually make that phone call, I promise I will give you my ridiculously expensive Bronzino handbag.

Lulu: You're so annoying.

Maxie: Yep. And you got bit by the love bug.

[Lulu scoffs]

Lulu: So, are you gearing up to tell me to stay away from Dominic again?

Maxie: No. Why continue to beat my head against a brick wall? I'm just going to tell you to proceed with caution, because whether or not you're willing to admit it right now, you are invested.

Lulu: I have no doubt that things are going to fall apart anyway. They always do. Once you think you've got it made with someone, something goes horribly and irretrievably wrong. And I'm not expecting me and Dominic -- yes. I'm starting to think there's a me and Dominic. But I'm not expecting that we'll be any different. So whatever does tear us apart, it won't be because he's a liar and a cheat, and it won't be because he's using me or trying to hurt me. So that's consoling, I guess.

Dominic: Well, as you can see, Ms. Falconeri, Johnny's not here right now. So maybe I can walk you somewhere else?

Olivia: If it's just the same, I think I'll wait.

Sonny: So, what it is, I have business interest in Puerto Rico, and I go there once a year so I can relax and have the sun --

Lisa: Oh, I bet I know where -- the Matador Resort.

Sonny: You've been --

Lisa: Of course. It's one of the best spas anywhere.

Sonny: You know what? I love the barefoot shiatsu. You go in there, and you get --

Lisa: You do spa treatments?

Sonny: Oh, what, men aren't allowed?

Lisa: No. I think it's great. It's just that most men don't. I guess they're not macho enough.

Sonny: Well, I'm very comfortable in my sensitivity.

Lisa: Oh, really?

Sonny: Yeah.

[Lisa laughs]

Dominic: Maybe you should wait for Johnny somewhere else.

Olivia: And why would I do that? This is where we were supposed to meet, right here, and he's on his way.

Dominic: Okay. But maybe you don't want to have any confrontation.

Olivia: I'm just fine. Why don't you run along?

[Lisa giggling]

[Sonny laughs]

[Lisa laughs]

Olivia: Yo, Sonny. I'm getting myself a glass of wine. Got any objections?

Sonny: No. You go ahead and do whatever you want. What you did -- no, no, you said something.

Lisa: No, I was telling you about Keystone. I mean, the massages in Houston are not as good as the massages in New York, that's for sure. Glad to be here.

Sonny: Mm-hmm.

Lisa: You know?

Alexis: All right. Your sisters are very impressionable, right? And for some reason, they have projected something into Mac and me, and I -- I need you to explain to them that, unfortunately, nothing is ever going to happen between the two of us. I think of him as a friend. He's my colleague.

Molly: I object.

Kristina: Sustained.

Alexis: Hey -- hey! Oh, my God. You sneaky little sneakers.

[Sam laughs]

Molly: You're being preemptory, arguing facts not yet in evidence.

Kristina: Convicting Mac without a fair trial.

Molly: You really have no way of knowing whether you can love him or not. I mean, you haven't given it a chance.

Kristina: Mac is wonderful, Mom. I mean, he's kind and handsome.

Molly: And funny and fun.

Kristina: And he gets women because he's always been surrounded by them, so when you get all weird and unreasonable, he won't be upset --

Alexis: Weird and unreasonable? When?

Molly: Oh, do not try to change the subject.

Alexis: I'm sorry to tell you this, girls, I really am, but there is no chemistry between me and Mac.

Molly: Oh, really? Well, what's chemistry done for you lately, Mom?

Kristina: My dad? Molly's dad?

Molly: Jerry Jacks? Married-to-a-psycho Mayor Floyd?

Alexis: Do something!

Sam: What?

Alexis: Jump in!

Sam: No! Are you kidding? No! I'm actually -- I'm neutral. I see both sides, and I'm not going to -- I'm not going to argue either one. But you know what? I actually have a life, and I have plans, and all of you need to leave. Right now. Let's go. Hop.

Molly: See?

Sam: Jump.

Molly: I rest my case. Sam and Jason were so over for so long, and now, they're back together. And you know why?

Alexis: Why?

Molly: Because they didn't make up their minds in advance.

Alexis: Thank you.

Sam: Out.

Alexis: Good-bye.

Sam: Bye.

[Molly and Kristina sigh]

Alexis: Can I stay?

Sam: No. Out.

Alexis: Thanks a lot.

Sam: Yeah.

Alexis: You're a big help.

[Sam laughs]


[Jason grunts]

[Ornaments shatter]

Jason: Okay. Can we be done with this? You have every right to want to hurt me, but I can't do this right now. I got a guy out there who's crazier than anyone you've ever seen. So stop fighting with me. Stop giving him what he wants.

Johnny: Him. Franco?

Jason: Yeah, Franco.

Johnny: What the hell's going on here, Jason? Huh? Some freak digs up my sister's body and, what, holds it for ransom?

Jason: Yes, in a way. He wants to force me into a face-off. The best man walks away.

Johnny: This makes no sense.

Jason: I know it doesn't make any sense.

Johnny: So what, he's challenging you by sending me a picture of my sister's empty grave?

Jason: He set it up so I would have to kill you.

Sonny: So, you said that you live down the street?

Lisa: You know that apartment building on the corner of Eighth and Dunbar?

Sonny: Yeah?

Lisa: I have a month-to-month there. But I'm actually in the market for something more permanent. Do you have any suggestions?

Sonny: Uh, no. Not really.

Lisa: Well, where do you live?

Sonny: Harbor View Road.

Lisa: In one of those estates?

Sonny: It's just home to me.

Lisa: Wait, how do you afford a spread like that on a restaurant manager's salary?

[Olivia chokes and coughs]

Sonny: You okay, Olivia?

Olivia: Oh, yeah. I am. It's just choking's my natural response when a man so egregiously misleads a woman.

Sonny: Well, you wouldn't be choking if you weren't listening to what we were saying.

Olivia: You know what? Heads up. From one woman to another, this man is not a restaurant manager.

Sonny: No. She's right about that. I own the place.

Lisa: Clearly, I've blundered into the middle of something. Is this your wife?

Sonny: Hell no.

[Olivia scoffs]

Lisa: Okay. I get it. The pissed-off girlfriend. I'm Lisa. It's nice to meet you.

Maxie: I think I deserve some serious brownie points for being such a great and supportive friend. And you, you should take notes, since you were less than helpful during my sleeping with Franco crisis.

Lulu: I feel bad for you, honest, and Spinelli, too, because I understand you are who you are. You are fearless and impulsive and self-destructive. That's who you are, and that's who you always will be. You've never tried to hide that. Spinelli knew that, and he chose to love you anyway.

Maxie: Yes. But Spinelli did not sign on for me sleeping with Franco.

Lulu: Well, if it wasn't Franco, it would be someone else, eventually.

Maxie: Wow. I am really glad we had this conversation. I feel better already.

Lulu: I'm not judging. Like I said, you who are you are, and Spinelli knows that. And he also knows your heart. He knows that you love him. I have a feeling that this will all work out. You just need to give it some time.

[Knock on door]

[Lulu gasps]

Lulu: He said an hour.

Maxie: It's been an hour.

Lulu: I'm not ready.

Maxie: Well, go get ready.

Lulu: Ohh!

Maxie: Ohh.

Maxie: Well, you clean up nice.

Dominic: Thank you.

Maxie: Ahem. So, Dominic, what exactly are your plans for Lulu tonight?

[Dominic chuckles]

Jason: Franco knew this picture would send you into a blind rage. He aimed you at me. He wanted you to provoke me into killing you.

[Johnny scoffs]

Johnny: All right. I need to get my sister's body back. Where do I find this guy?

Jason: Forget it. You're not going to find the guy. Franco won't reveal himself to anybody but me. I'm sorry, Johnny. I never intended any of this.

Johnny: Well, at least now, maybe, Jason, you can have an idea of what Claudia went through. You start down this road. Things get turned around. Next thing you know, people you didn't even intend on getting hurt blunder in and become part of a hit that wasn't intended for them. I know it's a little late in the game, but maybe now you could find some shred of compassion or empathy in your heart for Claudia, given the sick, colossal mess you helped make.

[Door opens and shuts]

Robin: I am so glad you thought of this. This is the best ending to our anniversary celebration.

Patrick: We can party like this for the next 70 years.

[Robin laughs]

Robin: Yes. I'm counting on it. What do you think, Emma?

Patrick: Hey, honey?

Robin: Yeah? Forever and ever? Hmm?

[Patrick chuckles]

Maxie: All right. Well, if you're not going to tell me where you're going, will you at least tell me when Lulu's going to be back?

Dominic: What are you, her mother?

Lulu: Will there be shooting involved?

Dominic: I can assure you, I don't anticipate any gunfire. As far as when we'll be home, I guess that's Lulu's call.

Maxie: Hope you don't anticipate getting any tonight, either.

Dominic: Excuse me?

Maxie: Lulu's invested. She's not like me. She's not going to sabotage this whole thing by having sex with you.

Dominic: Yeah. Just don't know if I want to have this conversation with you. [Sighs] Wow. You look -- you look beautiful.

Lulu: Thank you. You don't look so bad yourself.

Dominic: My lady.

Lulu: I'm not your lady.

Dominic: Of course.

Maxie: Hey, uh, don't do anything that I would do.

Lulu: So I'm really curious. Where are we going?

Dominic: Oh, I guess you'll find out soon enough.

[Both laugh]

Sonny: You know what? I'm going to let Olivia answer that question. Are you my girlfriend?

Olivia: In your dreams.

Sonny: There was a time when --

Olivia: Uh, there was a time when I was a stupid teenage girl. I think you can say I haven't been that in a very long time, Sonny. And you know what? One time around the block with you, that was enough to last me a lifetime. You think he's cute, right? You like him? The charming -- you like the dimples? I think you should go for it. Just don't say I didn't try to warn you.

Lisa: Woman to woman, I appreciate that, but I think it's a little premature. Sonny and I have shared one plate of antipasto.

Sonny: You know what? She's just trying to scare you away from me --

[Door opens]

Sonny: Because, deep down, she's jealous, and she can't admit to it.

Olivia: Jealous? Jealous?

Sonny: 'Cause if she admits to it --

Olivia: Sonny, this isn't jealous.

Sonny: You know what I mean? It's just going to --

Olivia: That's jealous.

[Door opens]

Spinelli: What happened?

Jason: Oh, Johnny was here. He wasn't real happy when he found out what happened to Claudia's body. I can't say I blame him.

Spinelli: Yeah, but how would Johnny know?

[Jason sighs]

Jason: Franco sent him this picture of Claudia's empty grave.

Spinelli: That's -- that's crazy. To what end?

Jason: It's another mind game, Spinelli. Just one more way to get to me.

Spinelli: Okay. If I might express a concern --

Jason: Okay.

Spinelli: I fear Stone Cold is making the darkly focused one's task easier than it needs to be. Perhaps you should just take a step back, clear your head of all things Franco, if only for a night. And to that end, fair Samantha has requested your presence at her apartment tonight. I would urge you to accept. A night spent with one who loves you might help you regain your perspective.

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