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Episode #13777 ~ Tracy demands answers about her painting; Hayden decides she cannot help Finn battle his demons; Franco is upset at having to turn Jake away; Sam enlists Curtis' help in finding Julian.
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Jax: How many times have I told you not to walk and text at the same time?
Carly: Jax, what are you doing here?
Jax: Sorry, I didn't mean to startle you. Joss let me in. Ooh. Hey.
Tracy: Hold it! I believe you have my property.
Monk: [Speaking Turkish] No, you're wrong.
Tracy: I am Edward Quartermaine, aka J. L. Holt's, daughter. And the "Portrait of an Unknown Lady" is mine.
Laura: Tracy, it's you!
Tracy: Well, it's -- it's -- it's not me, but there is a definite resemblance.
Laura: I know it's centuries old, but what does it mean?
Tracy: It means that my father bought it, because it reminded him of me. And it also means that you were lying to us.
Hayden: [Remembers] [Screams] What are you doing? Let go of me! Let go of me!
[Back to present]
Hayden: How'd your shower feel?
Finn: Better. I feel better. I don't remember much of what happened last night. It's like some sort of out-of-body experience.
Hayden: That's one way to describe it.
Finn: I can't thank you enough... for standing by me during all of this. What's the matter?
Elizabeth: You remember Jake.
André: I do. Hey, Jake.
Jake: Hey. I'm going to get a water.
André: How does Jake feel about seeing a psychiatrist?
Elizabeth: [Sighs] Uh, he's been in therapy before. He doesn't love it, but he's not overly resistant. I just hope I'm doing the right thing.
André: Well, I have a great deal of experience working with children, if that's what's worrying you.
Elizabeth: No, no. No, no. I know you're one of the best. My concern is, if we continue to press Jake about what happened on Cassadine Island, he might shut down, and then there will be nobody who can get through to him.
Franco: The hell is FICA? Man, being a parking-lot attendant doesn't pay as well as I thought it would. I got to get my gig back as an art therapist soon.
Jake: That'd be nice. When are you coming back to the house so we can finish drawing our timelines?
Sam: Come here. Take a look at this. I pulled this from the gas-station surveillance footage. It came in exactly when my mom got that call.
Jason: Okay. I mean, it could be Julian. Same height, same build. But there are a lot of guys that fit that description.
[Cell phone rings]
Sam: Excuse me. Oh. It's from Julian's bank. His credit card was used.
Jason: When was that?
Sam: Last night. It says they have alerted me because I'm next of kin. [Sighs] Oh, gosh.
Jason: You and Lucas didn't cancel his card.
Sam: I didn't -- I didn't even think to, and I doubt Lucas did, either.
Jason: You know, I got to say, I think it's a pretty big coincidence that someone used Julian's card the same night that some mysterious man in a hoodie called your mother.
Sam: Jason, do you think my mom could be right? Do you think Julian's actually alive?
Amy: So, I think my outfit works. I wanted it to have a sort of arty vibe, something that says I'm spontaneous and creative. But not too staged. I want to be real. He always did like movies. There was like six of us in the film club back in high school, and he was so nice and always had the most interesting ideas. No. I'm sure he doesn't remember me.
Dillon: Uh, excuse me. Amy?
Dillon: That Amy?
Franco: I'm really sorry, dude, but being a parking-lot attendant, it's paying me a whole lot of money, so I got to work, like, a bunch of hours. But you know, you could finish that timeline on your own if you want. I won't mind.
Jake: It's not the same without you. And now I have to see Dr. Maddox. He's a talking doctor. You say how you feel and play games.
Franco: Yeah, I-I get it. I get it. You have an appointment today?
Jake: Yeah. I'm kind of nervous. Would you wait and stick around for me? My mom and dad are gonna be there too.
Franco: It's -- it's like I said, man. I got to work, like, a whole bunch or hours, you know, and...
Franco: No, I-I -- [Clears throat] I'm not gonna be able to do that today, Jake. I'm just not. You know, I wish I could. You know that, right? But good luck, buddy, all right? I'm rooting for you.
Jason: You know, Julian could be charged as an accessory for all of Olivia's crimes, so faking his own death to skip town...
Sam: That sounds exactly like something Julian would do.
Jason: Yes, it does. Look, I have to get to GH.
Sam: Yes, of course.
Jason: It's Jake's appointment. You gonna be okay here till I get back?
Sam: Yeah, I'm fine. I promise. I can't go anywhere until the credit-card company contacts me, anyway.
Jason: You sure?
Sam: I promise.
Jason: Okay, I love you.
Sam: Mm! I love you, too.
Jason: Be good.
Sam: I will.
Carly: [Sighs] Sorry. [Laughs] I didn't mean to, um -- I didn't even say hello. I just jumped in your arms and got weepy. It's just been a rough few weeks, and, um, seeing you just makes it all better.
Jax: Well, I'm glad. And I-I heard they caught Morgan's killer.
Carly: Yeah. Yeah, this insane woman named Olivia Jerome. She's in a mental facility, and I've been assured that she's not leaving, so...
Jax: Does it help?
Carly: Does it help? Uh... well, I mean, there's a resolution. But now I don't have a distraction, so I'm kind of having to feel all the stuff that I was able to push away, but I know Josslyn's probably kept you up to date. You didn't have to come here, all this way, you know, to see me or check on me.
Jax: Well, um, no. Actually, I came because Mom died last night.
Carly: Oh, no. Not Lady Jane.
Jax: Yeah. I wanted to tell Josslyn in person.
Carly: Oh, my God. I don't understand, Jax. I know she was sick, but I thought she was getting better.
Jax: Yeah, we all did. She took a turn for the worse very quickly.
Carly: I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. Are you okay?
Jax: Uh, I don't know. You know? I-I don't think it's really sunk in yet.
Carly: How'd Joss take it?
Jax: Not great. She's upstairs right now looking at old pictures.
Carly: I'm gonna go check on her.
Jax: No, no, no. I got the feeling that she wanted some time alone. Losing her grandma, on top of Morgan, it's a lot. So... maybe, you know, you and I can go up there together in a little while and check on her?
Carly: Wow. Lady Jane. I just -- I-I adored her. I loved her.
Jax: Well, I hope you know she felt the same way about you.
Carly: [Laughs] When we were married, you know, I felt more like a daughter than an in-law. Even when we broke up, she was so supportive.
Jax: Yeah. Yeah, you're telling me. You know, she -- she always hoped that we would try again.
Carly: No, she didn't.
Jax: No, she did. She suggested it at least once a month.
Carly: Oh, gosh. That sounds just like her. It does. She'd be having a field day now that my marriage to Sonny is ending.
Tracy: Certainly explains why the two of you didn't stop staring at me.
Laura: We don't know the whole story yet, Tracy.
Tracy: We know that they were not honest about the painting.
Monk: [Speaking Turkish] We don't understand you.
Tracy: You weren't honest about the painting. Why should I believe that you don't speak English?
Laura: Tracy, this is not going to help.
Tracy: You are gonna rue the day you tried to trick me. I want answers now.
Man: Then answers you shall receive.
Monk: [Conversing in Turkish] We told them to stay in their room.
Man: It's okay. I will handle this.
Tracy: Who are you?
Man: I am the abbot of this monastery.
Tracy: Are you in charge?
Tracy: Why did they lie about the painting?
Man: You must forgive them. This portrait is very valuable.
Tracy: I know. It was left here by my father, Edward Quartermaine, and it now belongs to me.
Laura: We think that he bought it using his alias, J. L. Holt? Did you know him?
Man: Many years ago, a gentleman knocked on our door asking for asylum. We were reluctant to take in J. L., but he offered to compensate us handsomely. He had a collection of artwork and antiquities that he sold off for our benefit, but the one piece he refused to part with was this painting. He said it reminded him of his daughter, Tracy. The resemblance is uncanny.
Tracy: My, uh, father and I were estranged when he took that extended sabbatical.
Man: Perhaps this could shed some light.
Finn: And I don't want to get ahead of myself, but I think -- I think the worst is over, thanks to you.
Hayden: Fingers crossed.
Finn: Why are you backing away from me?
[Knock on door]
Hayden: I'll get that.
Curtis: Hi. Huh, someone's looking better.
Finn: Yeah, that seems to be the consensus.
Curtis: Well, um, don't think because you finished detox that you're in the clear. Take it from me. I know from personal experience. You're gonna be dehydrated. You're gonna have, uh, nasty headaches that'll last for while. And trust me when I say it's gonna be way tempting to think that you can grab a quick fix from your drug of choice to, you know, help ease the pain. [Sighs] Stay strong. And stay hydrated.
Finn: Yeah, thank you. Thank -- thank you for everything, both of you.
Hayden: You know, I really should, uh, go home and change. I need to get to work, so...
Curtis: Oh, wait. You're not gonna stay and have lunch with us?
Hayden: I've played hooky from GH for a couple of days. If I don't turn in the financial documents, people are gonna start asking questions, so... I'll see you guys in a bit, okay?
Finn: Hey. Hey. I couldn't have done this without you.
André: This only works if we're all on the same page. Jake is my patient, not the two of you.
Jason: I'm sorry. What are you saying, that you're not gonna tell us anything that Jake tells you?
André: Only if I feel he's in immediate danger. Other than that, it's up to Jake to decide what he wants to tell you about our sessions.
Elizabeth: I can agree to that.
Jason: Yeah, me, too. But there are some specific areas that we need to discuss.
André: I understand you have some concerns about the time that Jake spent with Helena Cassadine.
Elizabeth: So, a few days ago, Jake was drawing with Franco. Franco had suggested that he make a timeline of his life. The time he spent with Helena he portrayed as a blank line, as if he literally didn't exist. And then, at some point in the middle of the night, he got up and drew a scarecrow on that blank line. In the morning when we asked him about it, he denied drawing it.
Jason: I've confirmed that there's a scarecrow on Cassadine Island, but we can't be sure it was drawn as a something from memory or if it's more symbolic.
André: Wait. I'm not a detective. It's not my job to get to the facts. It's my job to assess any emotional or mental trauma inflicted on your son and to give Jake a safe space to explore that if there is any. Now, this could take some time. And it's going to require a good deal of patience from both of you.
Elizabeth: I understand.
Jason: Yeah, so do I. Whatever it takes for Jake.
Sam: Nathan. Hey. What are you doing here?
Nathan: Sam. Official business, I'm afraid. I was at your mother's house. Nobody's home.
Sam: Please, come on in. No, she's, um, she's actually at the spa at the moment. Why? Is there a problem?
Nathan: Well, I don't want to alarm you, but the, uh, the credit-card company notified the station somebody's using Julian's account.
Sam: Yeah, I know. They notified me as well, but I couldn't get any information because of your investigation.
Nathan: Which is why I'm here in person. Uh, Julian's card was used to purchase a one-way bus ticket to Los Angeles.
Sam: Whoa. Um, that's about as far away from Port Charles as you can get without leaving the country.
Nathan: Look, there's, uh, there's really no polite way to ask this so I'm just gonna say it. Did Julian ever talk to you about a plan to skip town?
Dillon: I cannot believe this. "Lord of the Rings" Amy.
Amy: You remember that?
Dillon: Of course. And how right were we? I mean, come on, peter Jackson? Totally transformed the concept of epic fantasy.
Amy: He did.
Dillon: I've thought about you so many times over the years. I actually went to a Q&A with Andy Serkis.
Amy: No. What was he like?
Dillon: So intelligent and down to earth. I mean, the perfect combination of creativity and practicality. I'm sitting there in the audience, trying to think of a question worthy of asking this man and not just geeking out, you know, about how incredible he is, and you know who I thought about? You. My high school friend Amy. I mean, you were the only person who cared as much about those movies as I did.
Amy: I didn't think I made an impression on you.
Dillon: I never even knew your last name.
Amy: It's Driscoll! I'm Amy Driscoll.
Dillon: Amy Driscoll. Should've looked it up. It's one of those things you always want to do, and you can't ever figure out why you didn't.
Amy: I've thought about you too.
Dillon: You know, I wasn't really looking forward to working on this PC High reunion, but now that I know it's with you, I'm actually really excited. It's gonna be great.
Amy: Better than great. I can't wait to get started.
Dillon: Me, too.
Amy: I put together some ideas and inspiration just as a place to get started brainstorming.
Kiki: Hello, gorgeous.
Dillon: Kiki. Hey. This is my old high school friend. We were actually in film club together. Amy Driscoll. And this is Kiki Jerome, my girlfriend.
André: Your mom and dad thought you might want to hang out with me and talk.
Jake: I don't need a talking doctor. Why can't I just draw and talk to Franco?
Elizabeth: Well, uh, because... [Sighs] Because we don't think it's the best idea right now.
Jake: Why not?
Elizabeth: Because, Jake. Just because.
Jason: Hey, look, look, look, look, look, look, look. All right, buddy. I know this isn't something you particularly want to do, but part of growing up is doing the right thing when you don't want to do it, and it's hard. But you don't need to be afraid, because your mom and I, we're gonna be right here for you. We'll be right outside waiting. It's all gonna be good.
Jake: [Sighs] Okay. Let's go.
Jason: Good boy.
Sam: I appreciate where you're coming from, but if Julian had some master plan to leave the country, he definitely would not have told me about it.
Nathan: Well, what about your brother?
Sam: Lucas? No. Gosh, no. He and I are on the same page. Once Julian threatened to kill my mother, we kind of cut him out, you know?
Nathan: All right, well, then it's likely that whoever bought the ticket either found or stole Julian's card. We got to follow up. Do me a huge favor?
Nathan: Let your mom know I'll drop by later on tonight?
Sam: Well, I -- you don't -- you don't have to do that. I mean, she's like us. She doesn't know anything. She'd probably -- you know, it would open old wounds.
Nathan: I know. I understand that, and I wish that I could avoid that, but she may know something that she doesn't even realize is important, and we won't know until we talk to her.
Nathan: Appreciate your time.
Sam: Yeah. Of course.
Jax: Sorry to hear about your issues with Sonny.
Carly: But you're not surprised.
Jax: Well, Joss filled me in. She made it sound like you were getting a divorce.
Carly: It's the next logical step. Right? I mean, I don't have much of a marriage left. [Sighs]
Jax: Can I ask what happened?
Carly: You promise not to say "I told you so"? Remember when you came back for Morgan's funeral, and we kissed and you wisely stopped it...
Jax: Yeah, okay.
Carly: ...Didn't let it go any further. You remember that?
Carly: Well, Sonny's grief drove him to sleep with another woman.
Jax: Oh. Well, was it an affair, or...
Carly: No. No, it was just once, but he still lied about it to me -- for months, Jax.
Jax: Well, I'm sorry.
Carly: You're sorry?
Jax: No, I-I-I really am. I just, you know, I mean -- considering all the things that Sonny's put you through over the years, I can't see you reaching the breaking point over a one-night stand.
Carly: It's not the fact that Sonny cheated. It's who he cheated with.
Man: At the time your father wrote this letter, he wasn't sure if he would ever see you again. There must have been many things he wished to tell you.
Laura: Tracy, are you okay?
Tracy: I'm fine. "Dear, Tracy, I have many regrets about our relationship and how it turned out. I, uh... [Clears throat] I sincerely hope this will rectify things. By now you will have noticed that you were cut out of my will. I'm sorry. I was angry when I made those changes. I had intended to add you back in, but... there wasn't enough time before I had to flee. That's when I found this painting. A young woman, much like you, from centuries past. It reminded me of your strength, your character, your heart. If I never make it home, I want this gift to be proof that in my heart you will always be my little girl. This is my inheritance to you, Tracy, something that is yours alone. Hopefully, it will... ...it will prove to you that I love you and that I forgive you. Now you must forgive yourself. I'm sure you'll know how best where to put this painting."
Kiki: So, you two were films geeks together?
Dillon: Oh, whoa. Not film geeks, okay? Film visionaries. Amy agrees with my deep appreciation for "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy.
Kiki: Ah. So then I bet you're obsessed with "Game of Thrones," too?
Amy: Oh. Uh, yeah.
Kiki: Yeah. The costumes are great and the acting's good, I guess, but I just can't get that invested in a fantasy world. I don't know.
Dillon: [Sighs] Your loss. Am I right, Amy?
Amy: Right. Her loss. Oh, look at the time. I'm sorry to cut this short, but I really have to get going.
Dillon: Oh, no worries. Uh, you want to just text me next time you want to meet up? You have my contact, right?
Amy: Yeah. I got it from the alumni office. Kiki. Good to see you.
Dillon: Wait, you two know each other?
Kiki: Well, we've seen each other around the hospital.
Amy: Okay. I'll text you. Bye.
Dillon: Amy. I'm really glad we found each other again.
Amy: Me, too. [Sniffles]
[Cell phone rings]
Amy: [Voice breaking] Hey, Kristina. [Sniffles] No. It was amazing. Like something from a movie. Right up until his beautiful girlfriend walked in. She's [Sighs] Nice enough. She's just all wrong for him. She doesn't even like "Game of Thrones."
Dillon: Life is weird.
Kiki: [Chuckles] You're just figuring that out now?
Dillon: I thought I was gonna be co-chair with some random woman that I've never met before. It turns out to be Amy. Really liked that girl.
Kiki: Should I be jealous?
Dillon: Should I be jealous? What happened last night? Where were you?
Kiki: Oh. Yeah. I stayed late to pick my supervisor's brain. Just seeing everything that goes on in the psych ward, I have so many questions.
Dillon: I'm glad that you have something that finally interests you.
Kiki: Me, too. You know, I might actually see a career for myself at GH.
Dillon: Yeah? That's awesome. What are you -- what are you thinking? Doctor? Nurse?
Kiki: Slow down there. I just signed up for a training course, so in six weeks, I will be a certified nurse's aide. Then we'll see where it goes from there.
Dillon: I'm really proud of you.
Kiki: Thank you.
Franco: Okay, knock it off. Come on. Cut it out. Kiki, I need to talk to you.
Tracy: I... I didn't think my father forgave me, and I -- I didn't think he trusted me.
Laura: I think this letter shows that there was nothing you could do to make your father stop loving you. And I think, in fact, he was really proud of you.
Tracy: Well, I think we should go. I want to get this painting where it belongs -- home.
Man: I'm afraid I can't let you do that.
Sam: Oh, good. I'm glad you and Diane are enjoying yourselves. In fact, I think you owe it to yourself to spend the night. [Chuckles] Well, too bad, because I already booked the room for you. Mom, come on. It's gonna go to waste. You can't do that. I am not pushing too hard. Good. Okay. Then it's settled. All right. I love you, too. Sorry, Nathan. [Sighs] You will not be questioning my mother tonight.
Elizabeth: Hey. Hi. How's everything going with Finn? I haven't seen you guys for a few days.
Hayden: Everything's fine. Finn got through the withdrawal, and he's fine.
Elizabeth: It doesn't sound like everything's fine.
Hayden: Look, I know you mean well, but I really don't want to talk about it.
Elizabeth: Talk to me anyway. I'm the only person in your life who knows what you're going through.
Finn: Thanks. [Sighs] I haven't had this stuff since college.
Curtis: Yeah, well, you sweated out a lot of fluids last night. It ain't gonna get rid of your headache, but it will help.
Finn: I want to thank you for everything.
Curtis: Don't thank me. Thank Hayden. She's the one who got me involved. Your girl can be pretty persuasive.
Finn: Yeah, she is.
Curtis: And she clearly thinks a lot of you.
Finn: Sometimes. She wouldn't even make eye contact with me earlier. I... you think that, uh, something happened last night that scared her off?
Curtis: You really don't remember.
Finn: Remember what? What'd I do?
Elizabeth: Yeah, that's gonna bruise.
Hayden: I had heard that, you know, addicts can lash out when they detox. I guess I just didn't expect Finn to get so physical like that.
Elizabeth: I have to ask. Do you think that's something that could happen again?
Hayden: No. No, no. It was... it was totally about the coming down. He had no idea what he was doing. Besides, bruises heal. It's the, uh... it's the emotional damage I'm not so sure about.
Elizabeth: What else happened?
Hayden: It's like he could zero-in on all my insecurities and hurt me where he could do the most damage.
Elizabeth: [Sighs] This is gonna sound lame, but you can't take it personally. That's what I had to tell myself when I was dealing with Lucky.
Hayden: Yeah? How did you guys bounce back after he got sober?
Elizabeth: We didn't. In fact, he bounced all the way to Europe. Hayden, I think what you did for Finn is remarkable, but his journey is far from over, and you have a journey of your own. There are things that you need to work through. It's okay to make yourself a priority.
Kiki: Franco, can't whatever this is wait until I get home?
Franco: No. I am having feelings, and I have learned over the years that if I don't get a handle on them, it's really bad for everybody.
Dillon: What is going on?
Franco: Dude, seriously. Nobody likes a third wheel.
Kiki: Franco, stop. You're the third wheel.
Franco: This is important, okay? I feel like I can help this kid Jake, okay? But I did the "right thing" and I turned him away. And I really like this kid. I don't want to be the reason that he turns out like me.
André: Jake, how do you feel about action figures?
Jake: You have action figures?
André: All kinds. The hospital lets me buy them for patients like you.
Jake: What do you have?
André: Ah, superheroes. We have some "Star Wars." "The Wizard of Oz." Here. Let's see... ah. So I see you're a classic "Wizard of Oz" man, just like me. Why don't you tell me a story with them? Any kind you'd like. Is the Wicked Witch going to set the Scarecrow on fire?
Jake: No. In my story, the scarecrow and the witch are friends.
Hayden: Where's Curtis?
Finn: He got a call. Said he had to go.
Finn: Don't worry. In the five minutes since he left, I, um... I haven't used. That was a joke. I know it wasn't one of my better ones, but, um, I just thought I'd try to break the ice.
Hayden: Finn, we need to talk.
Finn: I know. Curtis filled me in on what happened last night. I was physical with you. I...I don't know how that happened. I'm...I'm sorry. I'm ashamed of myself.
Hayden: You scared me last night. Not just physically, but, um, emotionally, too. You said some things that we pretty harsh.
Finn: I'm sorry. I don't even remember what I said.
Hayden: But I do. And those thoughts, they obviously exist somewhere in your head. Don't get me wrong. I'm really glad that you made it through the night, and I know you have a long road to recovery ahead of you, but I can't walk it with you.
Tracy: This painting belongs to me. The monastery has no claim to it.
Man: I am sorry if I implied otherwise. We've kept the painting for over two decades. Your father never returned for it. This is a difficult time. Too little money. Too many people in need. We've decided to put the painting up for auction.
Tracy: I know all this.
Man: We have a buyer. A private collector has contacted us directly. When the auction fell through, this party is willing to pay $20 million in hard currency, enough to fund the abbey and our charitable works for many years to come.
Laura: Wow. Oh, Tracy, it's such a good deed. Yeah. It's very inspiring, don't you think?
Tracy: Oh, hell no.
Carly: Sonny slept with my assistant, Nelle. Remember her?
Jax: Why, yeah.
Carly: Yeah. It's the craziest story, Jax. Nelle set him up. Sonny was drunk and grieving for Morgan. Not that that's an excuse, okay? But I could forgive him if Sonny would have told me the truth, but he didn't. He didn't. He lied. And he covered it up for months. And he sat back and watched while Nelle continued to work me and play me.
Jax: This doesn't really make any sense. Why would Nelle want to set up Sonny?
Carly: Because she wanted to hurt me.
Carly: "Why"? Oh, my God. This is... because nelle's last name isn't Hayes. It's Benson. Frank Benson was Nelle's father. The man who left me and my adoptive mother. You remember me telling you about him, okay? Well, Frank -- Frank fed Nelle a pack of lies about me and all the horrible things I supposedly did to him, so Nelle comes to Port Charles and she wants revenge. And Sonny and I played right into her.
Jax: [Sighs] Carly, I am so sorry for all of this.
Carly: Oh, God. What are you talking about? Don't be. None of this is your fault.
Jax: But it is. It's all my fault.
Laura: Tracy, we're in a monastery.
Tracy: Oh. Right. Poor choice of words.
Man: I understand your emotional attachment to this painting, but if you will just --
Tracy: I could no more give up this painting than I could give up a piece of my heart.
Hayden: You said that you couldn't trust me. Basically, I'm untrustworthy. You threw Nikolas in my face, basically every sin I've ever committed, to prove your point.
Finn: That wasn't me. The poison in my body, it was the drugs talking.
Hayden: No, it wasn't. Because it's the truth. I'm no fool. I know what this town thinks about me. I guess I just convinced myself that you were the exception. Here's a list of, um, rehab centers. You still need to reach out for help.
Finn: I don't want help from other people. The only person I need is you.
Hayden: No. You need help from someone you trust. And you made it very clear last night it isn't me.
Jason: Hey, buddy. How'd it go.
Jake: Okay, I guess. Mom, can I use your phone to play my game?
Elizabeth: Yeah, sure. Um, just wait for me on the bench over there, okay? Well?
André: Jake is a very private child. It's going to take some time before he opens up to me. May I offer some advice?
Elizabeth: Yes, of course.
André: Jake is sensing the tension between you two. I've noticed it myself. Jake knows that his time on the island is the root of that tension. If you want him to open up, you're going to need to make peace with each other, and make sure you're both ready for the truth.
Kiki: It's sweet how much you care about Jake. He's having a very different childhood than yours.
Franco: Yeah. That's true. But I understand darkness, and I just feel like this kid has some darkness buried inside him.
Kiki: Maybe so, but he isn't your son, and you have to respect the fact that this isn't your call to make.
[Cell phone rings]
Franco: It's Elizabeth. Hello.
Jake: Franco, it's me.
Franco: Hey, Jake. What's going on?
Jake: I just got finished with the talking doctor. He kept asking me what I was thinking. It was weird. Can you please come over so we can finish our timelines?
Franco: You know, Jake, um, if anyone's gonna help you finish it, I think it should be your mom or dad.
Sam: Thank you for coming, Curtis. It's nice to see you.
Curtis: You, too. So, is this about that thing Jason asked me to work on?
Sam: No. No, this is something else, but Jason agrees that you're the best person for this project. Um, somebody used Julian's credit card to purchase a bus ticket out of town.
Curtis: And you think that someone is Julian, that he didn't die after all.
Sam: Well, as long as there's even a remote possibility that he's alive, my mother's gonna hold on to that hope, and I don't want to put her through that. So the goal is to find out whoever purchased that ticket before the police can question her.
Carly: You do not shoulder the blame for any of this. I mean, Nelle came into town with one thing on her mind, and that's revenge. I mean, Frank Benson sold his own daughter's kidney, and for some reason Nelle blames me. Somehow she got it into her head that I offered to pay Frank Benson for the kidney that saved Josslyn.
Jax: Yeah, you didn't do that, Carly.
Carly: No, I didn't. I would never do something like that --
Jax: You didn't, but I did.
On the next "General Hospital" --
Valentin (to Anna): Why are you here?
Scott (to Ava): No way you're gonna get me in that evidence room.
Carly (to Jax): So why the hell didn't you tell me what was going on?
Josslyn (to Michael): A part of me still likes Nelle.
Lulu: I made a new friend.
Dante: Who's that?
Sonny (to Nelle): You should be more careful.
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