GH Transcript Thursday 12/1/16

General Hospital Transcript Thursday 12/1/16

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Episode #13696 ~ Laura & Kevin surprise each other; Maxie & Nathan are worried about the company Nina has been keeping; Anna confronts Valentin about his motto and his childhood; Dante & Lulu enjoy a mini-honeymoon at the Metro Court.

Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Gisele

Dante: [Sighs]

Lulu: Is Rocco asleep?

Dante: Down for the count.

Lulu: Oh, great. All of our bills have been paid.

Dante: Great. Did we get more stuff while I was putting Rocco to bed?

Lulu: Yeah. The doorbell won't stop ringing. Apparently, when you get married the way we did, well-wishes bring you flowers and wine instead of blenders and soup bowls.

Dante: Mm. Well, it's pretty quiet now, Mrs. Falconeri.

Lulu: Oh. Mm. Forgot how good that sounds.

Dante: Yeah.

Lulu: Mm. Mom, hi!

Laura: Oh...

Lulu: [Sighs]

Dante: [Clears throat]

Maxie: [Sighs] Mm. Please?

Nathan: No.

Maxie: Why are you being so mean?

Nathan: I'm not being mean.

Maxie: All I want is just a little hint.

Nathan: Yeah, about my wedding present to you.

Maxie: Why is that such a bad thing? Don't make me resort to desperate methods again.

Nathan: I'm not gonna break, Max.

Maxie: All right, then.

Nathan: I'm not! I'm not.

[Knock on door]

Nina: Hey, "J," Maxie. I have some updates for you to look at. Guys, hey.

Nathan: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Nina: Hey.

Nathan: Come on in. I gotcha.

Nina: Hey! Sorry. Sorry. I meant to go over these with you this morning, but I kind of got, you know, distracted, so...

Nathan: Why were you distracted?

Nina: No reason. I just was.

Nathan: Nina.

Nina: What? I was visiting a friend. Charlotte distracts me.

Nathan: Charlotte? Don't tell me that you were with Valentin.

Anna: So the last time we spoke, you used a Latin phrase -- aperi oculos tuos, "open your eyes." Why did you say that?

Valentin: Please, don't pretend you don't already know.

Nina: Okay, you said it because "aperi oculos tuos" is the motto for the WSB training academy.

Valentin: And you think the World Security Bureau has some significance to me?

Anna: Yeah, I'm certain it does.

Elizabeth: Franco, stop. Please!

Griffin: Hey!

Elizabeth: Let go of him!

Griffin: Hey! Hey, come on! Let go.

Tom: You're the crazy one, man. You're out of your mind! Leave me the hell alone.

Franco: I will kill you. You go near Elizabeth again, and I will kill you!

Tom: [Mutters indistinctly] Whoa!

Elizabeth: Franco, no!

Tom: [Choking]

Griffin: Hey! Come on!

Elizabeth: Let go of him!

Griffin: We need some help over here!

Elizabeth: Franco, let him go!

Franco: [Grunts]

Tom: You're crazy! [Chuckling] Did you see that? He tried to kill me!

Franco: I'm just getting started!

Griffin: Just calm down, or I will call security.

Elizabeth: Don't, no! I-it's over. It doesn't have to go any further.

Tom: Yeah, if you call security, she'll have to face the truth. I've done my time. I'm trying to go on with my life. But your boyfriend just tried to murder me in front of you. So, which one of us is the monster?

Dillon: You quit the Metro Court, Kiki? Why?

Kiki: Working there was painful for me, and for Carly. Every time she saw me, all she could think about was how I cheated on Morgan.

Dillon: She said that?

Kiki: She didn't have to. It was written all over her face. And the same with Michael. He comes in, and he's perfectly polite, but... there's a wall. I hurt someone they love. They can't get past it. I can't get past it. So it was just better for everyone that I left.

Dillon: So, what now? I mean, you're out of a job.

Kiki: It's not the end of the world. I can see if they need a waitress in here.

Dillon: [Chuckles] No offense, but, uh, I can't imagine waitressing is what you envision for your future. Maybe you should take this chance to figure out what you really want to do with your life.

Lulu: Sorry about that, Mom.

Dante: Sorry.

Laura: Oh.

Dante: That, uh, uh, uh -- that won't happen again.

Laura: Well, why wouldn't it? This is your house. I'm the one who's cramping your style.

Lulu: No, you're not.

Laura: I totally am. I -- listen, you two have been so incredibly generous with me, letting me stay here with you and all. But I want you to know it's temporary and that I am gonna find my own place.

Lulu: Mom.

Laura: But first... this!

Lulu: What is that?

Laura: Take a look. It is a honeymoon package at the Metro Court for tonight!

Dante: What?! Oh!

Laura: [Laughs]

Lulu: That is really generous. Thank you.

Laura: [Laughs] Like me a little better now?

Dante: I do!

[Both laugh]

Dante: I do.

Laura: Oh, good. It's a deluxe room. You're gonna have room service. You're gonna have, um, couple's massage. It's the whole nine yards, everything.

Dante: Nice.

Laura: It's not London or Paris, but, you know, I won't be walking in on you. And if you put the "Do not disturb" sign up, no one else will walk in on you, either.

Lulu: Mm.

Dante: You sure about this?

Laura: Oh, I am so sure, so, so sure.

Lulu: Rocco is already asleep.

Laura: Oh, good! So, great. Just go pack a bag, then, and get on your way.

Lulu: Okay, best Mom ever.

Dante: That's right. Yeah, best mother-in-law ever.

Laura: You just keep saying that.

Lulu: Thank you.

[Laughter]

Laura: All right, go on! Go pack!

Lulu: Come on.

Laura: [Laughs] [Sighs]

[Line ringing]

[Cell phone ringing]

Kevin: Laura.

Laura: Got your message.

Kevin: Well, I'm almost done here. How would you like to be the first victim of my redesigned, revamped, reconstituted kitchen? I've got a little pasta thing I'd like to try.

Laura: That sounds really nice, but actually, I have to babysit for Rocco tonight. I gave Dante and Lulu a little wedding gift of a night at the Metro Court hotel. [Chuckles]

Kevin: Oh. Well, it's a simple dish. I could just pick up what I need and come cook for us over there.

Laura: You know, I think that might make me feel like a teenager who's hoping not to get busted, only it would be by my daughter. [Chuckles]

Kevin: Sure. Another time, then.

Laura: Is everything okay?

Kevin: Laura, I really enjoy spending time with you, and I'm very happy that you've decided to give this -- us -- another chance.

Laura: But?

Kevin: But if even just the prospect of us spending the night together comes up, you -- you start pulling away.

Laura: I'm sorry. I really don't mean to give mixed signals. [Sighing] I guess I'm just not quite ready to go there again just yet.

Kevin: Of course. You're worth the wait. I'm sorry if my "id" got in the way. I'll call you tomorrow?

Laura: Sure. Good night.

Monica: Oh, Kevin. I need your help in a matter of vital importance to the hospital, and you're the only person I can trust.

Dante: Hey, thanks again for this, Laura.

Laura: It's my pleasure.

Dante: See you in the car.

Lulu: Okay. If you want to see Kevin tonight, I can call the sitter.

Laura: Really, it's okay. A night in is just exactly what I needed, really. Have a good time, sweetheart.

Lulu: Oh, thank you, thank you.

Laura: Love you.

Lulu: Thank you. Love you.

Laura: [Laughs] Bye.

Valentin: Would you like a drink?

Anna: No, I'd prefer an answer. Why is the WSB training program of interest to you? Did you hack into the system and find out that I'm up for the instructor position?

Valentin: You are over-thinking things. I was a lonely student at an expensive boarding school. I studied a lot. I have "A" levels in both Latin and Ancient Greek.

Anna: Oh, aren't you accomplished.

Valentin: When I said, "open your eyes," it was an invitation to look at me without prejudice so you could see that I'm not a threat to anyone, least of all you.

Anna: [Chuckles] Nice try. I don't believe a word out of your mouth.

Lulu: [Squealing]

Dante: Let's go, Mrs. Falconeri.

Lulu: Wait a second. Oh, I am sensing an ulterior motive to your chivalry.

Dante: You are?

Lulu: I am. I'm not complaining.

Dante: Oh, that's good.

Lulu: [Giggles]

Dante: I love you, Lulu.

Lulu: I love you, too.

Dante: Happy honeymoon.

Tracy: Laura, hi!

Laura: Hi, Tracy. Come on in.

Tracy: I was -- I was looking for the newlyweds.

Laura: Oh, you just missed them. They're having a little mini-honeymoon at the Metro Court tonight.

Tracy: Oh, well, I guess I should have called first.

Laura: That's all right.

Tracy: And while I was at it, I should have come up with a more creative gift.

Laura: [Chuckling] Oh, not at all. Lulu will love that.

Tracy: I'm thrilled that they have decided to make their reconciliation official.

Laura: So am I.

Tracy: [Voice breaking] She's a wonderful girl.

Laura: Thank you. You know something, Tracy? I don't think I ever really thanked you. But I would like you to know that I am so grateful to you for the support and the guidance that you gave her when I couldn't be there. I'm sure it made a huge difference in her life.

Tracy: You know what?

Laura: What?

Tracy: All these years, you and I have never had a drink together. No time like the present.

[Both laugh]

Kevin: This is a little outside my area of expertise.

Monica: And I sympathize, but being chief of staff means I have to make tough decisions in situations like this.

Kevin: Well, certainly there's someone more qualified than me.

Monica: Kevin, the hospital is hanging by a thread right now. If the word gets out that I can't handle this situation with effectiveness and I can do it swiftly, then the board is gonna have one more excuse to close these doors and turn the whole place into luxury condos.

Kevin: But what if I really can't do this?

Monica: You can. Trust me. You can do it. I'm counting on you. We're all counting on you.

Dillon: Look, I didn't mean that there was anything wrong with waitressing. I-I just, um -- you know, I started out wanting to be a filmmaker. That didn't really work out, so I fell into photography. Never thought that I would make my living at a fashion magazine. But I found my niche.

Kiki: And I haven't.

Dillon: If I may be so bold -- I just feel like waitressing is really you kind of putting off chasing your dreams.

Kiki: I'm not putting off chasing my dreams, because in order to do that, I would have to have a dream to begin with, or at least some idea of what I want to do with my life. But I have no clue.

Anna: Where was this lonely childhood? And what was the name of this poor, lonely child at the time?

Valentin: What has inspired this curiosity about my past?

Anna: Your eyes.

Valentin: I'm sorry?

Anna: No, not the whole Latin thing. But your eyes are familiar to me. We've met before, haven't we?

Valentin: Oh, I think I'd remember you, Agent Devane. Should I call you Anna?

Nathan: Nina, we talked about this, okay? Valentin Cassadine is dangerous.

Nina: I disagree.

Maxie: He shot Nikolas Cassadine.

Nina: That was in self-defense.

Maxie: Wrong. He shot Nikolas in cold blood. Ava Jerome saw the whole thing.

Nina: Oh. Really. Ava Jerome saw the whole thing, did she? Okay, well, I know from personal experience that Ava Jerome will say anything and do anything to get what she wants. And so, since Ava Jerome is saying that Valentin is a killer, that convinces me that he is a good, thoughtful man who is being smeared by a lying bitch. Thank you.

Maxie: Okay. Okay. Okay. How about that he hired a henchman to kidnap Claudette, and he took me instead?

Nina: Okay, listen. Hey, Maxie, I talked to him about that, and he said he had no idea what I was talking about.

Nathan: Which proves nothing. Okay? Did he mention Claudette?

Nina: Yeah, in passing. Listen, he just cares about being reunited with his daughter.

Nathan: Oh, I bet he does. I bet he told you all about his love for Charlotte, didn't he?

Nina: He's a devoted father.

Nathan: No, who is playing you, okay? And you just can't see it because of Charlotte, because this is still just about you wanting another child.

Elizabeth: Do not try to make this Franco's fault. You provoked him by showing up. You provoked all of us.

Tom: I spent 18 years in prison for my crime. As far as I can tell, Franco has never paid for anything that he ever did. He got to write the whole thing off as a brain tumor. Does anybody buy that, with him standing there frothing at the mouth?

Franco: You had one thing to do. There was one rule. All you had to do was stay the hell away from Elizabeth. And yet, here you are where she works taunting her, throwing what you did to her in her face. You and your brother? You better sleep in shifts. Because the first chance I get, I'm coming to get you. And I will end you.

Tom: I'd like to see you try.

Elizabeth: Hey.

Tom: They should sedate you, buddy. If you were in Pentonville, they would throw you in solitary.

Franco: I'm not some little girl you can jump in the park. I will turn you inside-out. You will beg for me to end your life.

Griffin: Enough! Enough! Both of you need to calm down, or I'm gonna call the police.

Monica: What the hell is going on in my hospital?

Kiki: As a kid, I had bottomless bank accounts and practically zero parental supervision. I didn't have a dream job 'cause I didn't think I'd need one.

Dillon: I can relate.

Kiki: I know you can. But you found a passion, an art form. I swindled rich kids out of their allowances at illegal poker games.

Dillon: See, you could be a bookie.

Kiki: I would be excellent.

Dillon: Or a professional poker player. Who knows? Uh, I got to bounce. I hope that I didn't push you too much.

Kiki: Not a bit. We make really good friends, don't we?

Dillon: Totally.

[Knock on door]

Lulu: Mm.

Dante: Mm.

Lulu: We didn't order anything. Turn-down service?

Dante: I called ahead.

Lulu: Let me guess -- champagne. We've only got like five bottles at home, so why -- beer. [Chuckles]

Tracy: To Lulu and Dante.

Laura: Mmm!

Tracy: And while we're on the subject, what's happening with you and the doc? Or is it not my business?

Laura: [Laughs] It's no secret. We've been seeing an awful lot of each other. Actually, I just kind of slowed it down.

Tracy: Why's that?

Laura: Uh, lot of things happened, and -- it's actually kind of a long story.

Tracy: They're all long stories.

Laura: [Chuckles] Okay. Suffice it to say, uh, I was worried about getting in too deep.

Tracy: I understand.

Laura: Tonight, he -- he wanted me to go over to his place. He was gonna cook dinner for me, and I was actually kind of glad that I had the excuse to babysit Rocco. And then, he suggested that he'd come over here instead, and I can't even remember what lame excuse I came up with.

Tracy: You turned him down.

Laura: Yeah. I don't know. I've just spent so much of my life being defined by a man. And I'm afraid that if I move forward with Kevin, I'll lose myself again.

Tracy: Is it possible you're over-thinking it?

Laura: It's entirely possible that I am doing just that.

Tracy: Then stop. Loosen up.

Laura: I would like -- I wish I wasn't the kind of person who didn't assign a deeper meaning to every single action I take, but, you know, that is how I think. It is exhausting, but that's just who I am. I can't loosen up.

Tracy: I have an idea.

Kevin: [Sighs] Monica's right. The hospital needs this, and someone has to do it. Might as well be me.

Monica: Tom Baker. Do you remember me?

Tom: Should I?

Monica: You should remember my daughter, Emily Quartermaine, the teenage girl you tried to extort.

Tom: Sorry, I'm just trying to do a job.

Monica: Not anymore, you're not. I want you off these premises right now, or I'll report you for trespassing.

Tom: You'll be hearing from my lawyer, or the cops.

[Elevator dings]

Elizabeth: Thank you for handling that.

Monica: I am so sorry. This never should have happened. I don't know how he slipped through the cracks. But fortunately, GH has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to violence.

Franco: We're all grateful for that.

Monica: And I'm afraid that applies to you, as well.

Franco: No, no, you -- you don't understand.

Monica: You're going to have to leave General Hospital immediately.

Franco: You're throwing me out, too?

Monica: Well, as I understand it, you attacked Mr. Baker first. So at the very least, I have to suspend you for two days, unless there are witnesses that want to dispute the allegations.

Franco: Oh, come on, guys. You know I was in the right.

Elizabeth: Maybe it's best if you just go home.

Franco: Elizabeth. He was stalking you. He was scaring you.

Elizabeth: Yes, he was. And right now, so are you.

Franco: Oh. Wow, okay. Right, I see.

Elizabeth: Franco, wait.

Franco: No, no, no, no. It's cool. Deep down, I'll always be the monster, right?

Laura: I'm having second thoughts!

Tracy: Get down here. I will be the judge of that. [Laughs] It's gonna be great!

Laura: Are you sure?

Tracy: I'm absolutely positive.

Laura: I'm -- I feel silly.

Tracy: No, don't feel silly at all. Go on.

Laura: [Sighs] But what if Rocco wakes up?

Tracy: If Rocco wakes up, I'll tell him that Mommy and Daddy are on a sleep-over date. He and I are great friends. Lulu has brought him over to my house many times.

Laura: I know. I know that -- that that's true.

Tracy: No, you're over-thinking it. Again, you're over-thinking it. Stop thinking. Have fun. Loosen up. Most of all, loosen up.

Dante: This is the stuff I was drinking seven years ago at Jake's, when I was minding my own business, and, uh... I saw the most beautiful woman walk in.

Lulu: Oh, yeah? What was she doing?

Dante: Talking to the bartender about some karaoke night she wanted to do, but I could see that her heart wasn't in it, you know? She would rather be at the pool table hanging out with me.

Lulu: Well, I hope you bought her a beer and asked her to play.

Dante: I did. And right then and there, right then and there is the moment my life truly began.

Nina: Yes, it's true. I've taken an interest in Charlotte. She's a sweet little girl, a doll. You know, she's been through the wringer. Claudette brought her here to Port Charles and told her to call two different men "Daddy." That's a lot for a person to take, let alone a small child. Fortunately -- and, yeah, I'm gonna say fortunately -- she's been reunited with her loving father. As for Valentin, by the way, I like him a lot. And I'm gonna spend more time with him. I like his company, probably because he treats me like an adult, which is more than I can say for you.

Nathan: Nina, Nina, I love you, okay? I'm just worried about you.

Nina: Why?! Why? Stop doing that. I'm an adult. I made my own decisions. I saved a company, you know? I pulled Crimson out of the mud. It's in the black now.

Nathan: Okay, okay, all right? I'm sorry. I didn't mean to belittle you. I just --

Nina: You just want to live my life for me? Hey, hey, thanks, but no thanks. Stop, all right? I make my own decisions and my own mistakes. And if spending time with Valentin and Charlotte is a mistake, it's my mistake to make, not yours.

Nathan: Okay --

Nina: [Scoffs]

Nathan: I blew that.

Maxie: So, so badly. But it's okay. I love you anyway.

Valentin: You have any other questions for me, Anna?

Anna: Yeah, you never did say where you spent your lonely childhood.

Valentin: No, that's right, I didn't. I choose not to dwell on it. Still, there are advantages, I suppose. Solitary study -- one can learn a lot from books. Sounds like the understatement of the decade, doesn't it? You can learn a lot about human nature from books. Take Shakespeare, for example. Who prospers, who fails. Which weaknesses turn out to be fatal. Just how far we can ride our own ambition before it turns around and devours us.

Anna: Is that how you see yourself -- as a character in Shakespeare?

Valentin: Maybe when I was a boy, but I've always had a very keen sense of who I wanted to be.

Anna: And who was that?

Valentin: Not Richard III.

Anna: [Laughs]

Valentin: Although his was a hatchet job, did you know that?

Anna: In what way?

Valentin: Richard III had a hunchback. That much is true. But the other stuff -- the villainy, the treachery, the plotting to murder his own nephews -- those were lies by his enemies, posthumously, to cover their own misdeeds. When Shakespeare wrote the play, he was basically enshrining propaganda from the Tudors to the Yorks. It was slander.

Anna: Is that how you see yourself -- as a victim of slander?

Valentin: Another thing about Richard III, the real Richard III, he was an excellent warrior and tactician. And the only reason he lost the Battle of Bosworth was because he trusted the wrong person.

Anna: And you're not gonna make that mistake.

Valentin: Hope not.

Anna: Good talk.

Valentin: I'll show you out.

Anna: You know, I'd like to say thank you for the time, but you haven't told me anything worthwhile.

Valentin: Oh, I'm sorry you feel that way.

Anna: No, you don't sound sorry. In fact, you seem to enjoy antagonizing people -- me.

Valentin: I don't know. I feel like we might have been friends... in another life.

Franco: I need your help. I-I feel like the darkness and the anger are returning. There's just no way for me to keep it in check, especially when the recipient is just so deserving. I need your advice. No one else in the world knows where I'm coming from... Mom.

Laura: And off you go. It's only Kevin. It's only Kevin. It's only Kevin. It's only Kevin. It's only Kevin. It's only Kevin.

Kevin: Coming!

Laura: [Screams when she sees Santa]

Lulu: That is a nice story. The girl sounds very nice, too.

Dante: She is.

Lulu: Oh, she is? So it worked out with her.

Dante: Well, yeah, I thought -- I thought I told you it did.

Lulu: Yeah, I can't take you at your word, because I've actually already heard this story before. There were some pretty major details that you left out.

Dante: Yeah, such as?

Lulu: Such as you getting in a bar fight with the girl's brothers and them kicking the spit out of you.

Dante: I don't really remember that part. All I remember is her smile. It's the nicest smile I have ever seen in my life.

Lulu: [Giggles, squeals]

Dillon: Mom.

Tracy: Darling? Long story.

Dillon: I'm listening.

Tracy: I... volunteered to babysit.

Dillon: Wow. Guess I'll just add this to the pile.

Tracy: I am so glad that you and Lulu have repaired your relationship after you, uh... tried to undermine her relationship with Dante.

Dillon: That's true. Thank you for reminding me of that. I was a selfish jerk. But it's over. It's done. I mean, Lulu and I are friends, and that's all we're ever gonna be.

Tracy: Like you and Kiki? You gonna let the same thing happen with her, too?

Kiki: Experience and... references. Maybe Dillon was right. Do I really want to do this? [Breathes deeply] All right. "Career aptitude test."

Heather: So now you decide to visit.

Franco: I understand that you're upset with me.

Heather: You ratted me out. Now they know I got out and went after Bobbie. And I can't even sneeze without an intervention.

Franco: I'm sorry.

Heather: [Exhales sharply]

Franco: I did what needed to be done.

Heather: You don't care about saving General Hospital. You just want to show off for that prissy nurse.

Franco: Heather -- Mom... I-I'm scared that I'm gonna lose Elizabeth if I do what my head and gut are telling me to do.

Heather: Interpretation, please?

Franco: Elizabeth was raped when she was 15, and the bastard that did it has been released, and he's just walking around, and I want to hurt him. I want to watch him suffer, so bad, I can almost taste it. I feel like I'm going crazy.

Heather: Well, I guess you came to the right place.

Franco: How do I make it stop?

Heather: You don't. Your thoughts aren't the problem. Elizabeth is.

Elizabeth: So I'm guessing you figured out what happened to me?

Griffin: Uh, I think so. Are you okay?

Elizabeth: I have to be. I have three kids and a job.

Griffin: Hey. Are you okay?

Elizabeth: I knew this day was coming. I made a pact with myself that Tom could not affect me or control me once he got out of prison. And I know Franco thinks he's helping, but he's not.

Anna: Nina? Hi. May I join you?

Nina: That depends. What do you want to talk about? Or should I say, who?

Anna: Yes. I-I would love to ask you some questions about

Nina: Valentin. Okay, before you start your interrogation, let me remind you that Claudette is a pathological liar, and there's not one shred of proof that any of these allegations that she's made against Valentin are true.

Anna: Okay. Well, I guess there's no doubt as to whose side you're on.

[Both chuckle]

Nina: Yeah. We're very different, Valentin and I, but we're strangely alike.

Anna: How so?

Nina: We were both really lonely kids. Do you know that he was shipped off to a boarding school when he was 6? And he never went home, not even for holidays. Isn't that odd?

Anna: Yeah. Where was this boarding school?

Valentin: As I intend to prosper and repent, so thrive I in my dangerous affairs of hostile arms. Myself, myself confound. Aperi oculos tuos.

Laura: Oh, my God. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. I-I-I must have got the wrong --

Kevin: It's -- it's my house. It's -- I-it's me.

Laura: Kevin?

Kevin: Yeah.

Laura: Why are you dressed like Santa Claus?!

Kevin: Well, Monica put me on Santa duty for the GH Toys for Tots drive. What -- what brings you here? I-I mean, well, not -- not that I'm complaining.

Laura: I-I wanted to surprise you. I don't know what I was thinking. It was just -- it was just silly.

Kevin: No. No, no. Not silly. I just hope you didn't feel pressured to do this.

Laura: I wanted to prove that I could be spontaneous, that I didn't over-think everything.

Kevin: Well, I don't know who you've been talking to, but I think you're just fine the way you are. You don't have to prove anything to anybody but yourself. You gonna invite me in?

Kevin: [Chuckles] Are you sure?

Dante: You know, seven years ago... ...I couldn't see it. I couldn't see that this is where we'd be.

Lulu: I completely agree. I think that we should make today the beginning.

Dante: Okay.

Lulu: [Laughs]

Dante: To new beginnings.

Dillon: Kiki and I are just friends. She's been very clear about that.

Tracy: Are you clear about that?

Dillon: Kiki feels like she'd be betraying Morgan if we ever got together, so I am trying to respect that.

Tracy: Well, I guess I can take comfort that I raised you to be respectful, but I also raised you to fight for what you care about. You care about Kiki. You're gonna give up without a fight?

Kiki: Okay, my career is -- huh. That weirdly makes sense.

Nathan: Nina, come on. I hate the way we left things. Call me back, all right, please?

Maxie: Hey. Try not to worry so much.

Nathan: Oh, no, I was unfair. I was completely unfair. I pressed all the wrong buttons. I mean, I may as well have just shoved her back to Valentin.

Nina: Mm, Valentin went to school in England.

Anna: There's a lot of schools in England. Could you be more specific?

Nina: Oh, shoot. I don't know. Uh, the town sounded familiar.

Anna: Okay...?

Nina: I think that there's a dog breed named after it. Um, uh, like a little -- a little terrier.

Anna: Oh, Yorkshire.

Nina: No, not that. Um, different one. Bedlington. Bedlington was the name. Yeah. Our neighbors at the Hamptons, they had a lot of Bedlington terriers.

Anna: [Chuckling] Oh. So you're sure that Valentin went to school in Bedlington?

Nina: Not really sure of anything, Anna. Least of all why I should be cooperating with you when you're clearly after a man that I consider a friend. So... [Chuckles] Good day.

Anna: Okay, bye. I need some information. No, I know I can call the research department myself, but I'm calling you because you get things done. Can you just look up some information for me? I need to know something about a boarding school in Bedlington, England.

Valentin: So many questions, Anna. You'll have your answers... when the time is right.

Franco: Elizabeth isn't the problem, Mother. Tom Baker is.

Heather: He's a symptom, but she's the disease.

Franco: What does that -- what does that even mean?

Heather: All these bad thoughts that you've been thinking about, it's like they fill up a balloon. And then it starts to slowly leak out, and maybe you feel a little better. But then a catalyst comes along -- Elizabeth. So sweet, so pure. And so you try to resist those impulses. You try to be something that you're not. And that's like putting a pinprick in the balloon. You pop.

Franco: So Tom Baker is the pinprick?

Heather: You tell me. You're the one that's about to explode. You and Elizabeth are all happy and everything's dandy as long as there's no complications. But you can't remove the pinpricks from your life.

Franco: Watch me.

Elizabeth: I keep looking for a sign that Franco will get over this, that his violent tendencies are in the past.

Griffin: Do you believe that?

Elizabeth: Most of the time, I do. But he has triggers. Franco's very protective of the people he cares about. There's no telling what he would do if one of them is threatened.

Tom: Miss. You dropped this.

Kiki: Oh, man. Wow. Thank you so much. Okay, thank you. Thanks.

On the next "General Hospital" --

Michael (to Nelle): I was wondering if you'd like to go with me.

Laura (to Kevin): My life is better with you in it.

Lulu (to Dante): Oh, my God!

Valentin (to Nina): Maybe I can help.

Alexis (to Anna): So you want dirt on Valentin.

Ava (to Julian): You have to do something about Sonny.

Carly: I want you beside me now and forever.

Jason (to Sam): We are running out of time to prove Sonny's innocent.

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