General Hospital Transcript Thursday 6/15/17
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Episode #13827 ~ Jason gets ahead of an enemy; Elizabeth takes pains to keep Jake safe; Nathan gains a little perspective on Amy.
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Proofread By Gisele
Olivia: Ugh! Too frou-frou. [Scoffs] Boring. [Laughs] That is so Victoria Gotti. And that is a definite possibility there.
Julian: Have you set a date yet? I don't, uh, suppose I can expect an invitation.
Olivia: How did you get out of jail?
Julian: Well, there's no need to call Security. Uh, I'm out on bail.
Olivia: You're free?
Julian: For now. Until my trial starts, yeah.
Olivia: Ah. Well, I-I-I guess I would've thought that -- that you would be over at the h-hospital visiting your sister. How is Ava doing, by the way?
Julian: [Sighs] I was, uh, just there, actually. She's, uh, fighting. And winning. I mean, her life's never gonna be the same, but, uh, [Chuckles] You know Ava -- she's a survivor.
Olivia: Mm, yeah, yeah. She is that. She's cheated death before, huh? As have you. I-I guess it, uh, must run in the Jerome family or something. It's funny the way that that was --
Julian: Okay, Olivia, you need to stop now. [Sighs] You know why I'm here. I want to see Leo. I want to see my son.
Amy: I'll tell you what. I'm off work. [Sniffles] I'll pick up your favorite from Perks, and we can have a nice, long visit later, okay? I'll come up with a new plan to keep us afloat. [Sighs] Promise. Bye. [Sniffles]
Nathan: I-I didn't mean to. I heard some of your conversation. Is there something I can help with?
Griffin: Sam, hey. Oh, sorry.
Griffin: I didn't -- I didn't mean to startle you.
Sam: No. Uh, it's fine. I'm fine. I'm fine. I was just told that Dr. Lee might be on this floor, so I was gonna see if I could see her. I should've made an appointment, though.
Griffin: Are you feeling sick?
Sam: I'm feeling tired and -- and stressed, and I can't sleep. And it's making me really anxious.
Griffin: All right, well, how long has this been going on?
Sam: Too long.
Spinelli: You -- you know the suspect?
Jason: Yeah. He works for Helena Cassadine.
Elizabeth: Come here. I am so proud of you. Dr. Maddox said you did really well today.
Jake: It wasn't a big deal. Um, it didn't hurt or anything. [Laughs] All we did was talk.
Elizabeth: I know, but still, I think you deserve something yummy.
Jake: Uh, shouldn't we go to the car? I'm already late for the camp.
Elizabeth: [Sighs] Okay. Here. The thing is that I realized as soon as we get to camp, it's almost gonna be over, so I think we just need to skip Lila's Kids today. You want to go to the mall and pick out something special?
Jake: I don't want to do that.
Elizabeth: Why not? Something bothering you?
Jake: Yes. The magic set I got for my birthday.
Jason: Helena's dead, but Costa is still working for her. He's been face-to-face with Elizabeth. He's been to her home.
Spinelli: An alarming development.
Jason: If he was in town for Jake's birthday, what if he's still here?
Amy: Are you for real? Now you want to help me? After snooping on me like a...snoop while I was on a private call?
Nathan: I told you, I did-- I didn't mean to.
Amy: I -- I already asked for your help, and you turned me down. You won't meet with the publishers to secure my book deal.
Nathan: Amy, I explained this already, okay? I'm a cop, so, to go around pretending like I'm an advice columnist who calls himself Ask Man Landers? That's just something I-I can't do, okay? But you sounded really upset on the phone. And if you want to talk about it, then I'll --
Dillon: Hey, Amy, I was just about to text you. What's up, Nathan?
Nathan: Hey, how's it going?
Dillon: I wanted to talk about the logistics for the PC High reunion. Are you okay?
Amy: Oh, come on. Who cares about high school! For some people, everything went downhill after graduation!
Dillon: Well, not for you.
Amy: And I remember some people -- back then, the way they were at PCH and the way they are now -- oh, forget it! I can't do this right now!
Dillon: What was that about?
Nathan: I have no idea. But something's definitely up.
Olivia: Julian, please don't do this. Don't barge back into Leo's life when you and I both know that you're going to jail for a long, long time. He's used to you not being around. He's -- he's happy with me and Ned. If you come back now, it's just gonna confuse him. You -- we had a birthday party for him in May, when he turned 2. It was beautiful. It was beautiful. We had -- we had -- we had everything. We had -- we had a petting zoo, panna cotta. Th-that's his favorite.
Olivia: He had little goats eating out of his hand. It was so cute, it almost made me cry.
Julian: [Sighs, chuckles] Well, I wish I, uh -- I wish I could've been there.
Olivia: But you weren't. You weren't, and if you come back now, it's only gonna confuse him. Please, Julian, remember the things that I said to you when I came to see you in jail before. Do the best thing for Leo and just let Ned adopt him.
Julian: I'm his father, Olivia.
Olivia: Then be a good one! Think about your son instead of yourself! Can't you do the selfless thing and just stay out of his life for good?
Griffin: Look, I may specialize in Neurology, but I know a thing about general medicine.
Sam: You know what? You don't have to do this.
Griffin: I want to. Have a seat, please. So you said you're tired and unable to sleep, you're feeling anxious -- anything else?
Sam: Um, well, I'm -- I'm, like -- I'm achy like I have the flu. But I'm not coughing or congested or anything.
Griffin: All right, well, there are several different viruses out there. You may have just gotten one not covered by the shot. You also may just need rest and some ibuprofen. I know it's a tall order for a mother of two.
Griffin: Normal. Which is good. Uh, any other symptoms?
Elizabeth: I think it would be good for Jake to run and play with all the other kids. I mean, it wouldn't be fair to keep him in the house all summer.
Sam: Don't trust her. You can't trust her, you know that.
Sam: Um... yeah, there is something else.
Spinelli: S-so you think Costa might still be here?
Jason: I don't know. I don't know, but what if he's here to make sure that Elizabeth and Jake can't implicate him?
Spinelli: Okay, well, he returned that rental car that same day, and -- and there's -- there's no record of another lease of another car from that same company.
Jason: There's got to be another way to locate this guy.
Spinelli: All right, well, the -- the problem is, if -- if he rented from another company, it would be too long of a search to find. See, we got lucky with this one because we had the license-plate number, but -- there has to be another way! As a matter of fact, there is.
Elizabeth: Why is that magic set on your mind?
Jake: Where is it?
Elizabeth: I think your dad took it after the Nurses' Ball. Why?
Jake: Like I said, I don't want to be a magician anymore. It turned into something weird and scary, and I didn't like it. So I don't want it back. Is that okay?
Elizabeth: Yes. Oh, yes. Yes. You don't have to think about that magic set ever again.
Elizabeth: So, is that it? Want to go to the mall now?
Jake: Uh, can I get some peanut choco chewies first?
Jake: From the vending machine?
Elizabeth: Well, I think it is a special occasion, so...
Jake: I want to do it.
Elizabeth: [Chuckles] Okay. Okay. All right, go.
Dillon: So what's, uh, going on between you and Amy? Does Maxie know about this?
Nathan: Nothing like that. There's nothing.
Dillon: No, I'm just giving you a hard time. How is Maxie, by the way?
Nathan: She's good. She's good. We had a good visit last week. Uh, Georgie's learning how to swim. Super cute. Determined, like her mom. And, uh, when Maxie and I actually get some time alone, that is... none of your business.
Nathan: Which is enough of that. Man, I'm -- I'm really sorry. That was maybe not the most sensitive thing I could've said...
Nathan: ...Given that Kiki's mom's in the hospital. I'm...
Dillon: ah. Kiki hasn't left the burn unit hardly at all. I'm actually here to pick up some food for her. I'm hoping that she will eat while Ava's getting this hydrotherapy treatment.
Nathan: Yeah. Hang in there, man.
Dillon: Thanks. But no, I-I enjoyed hearing about Georgie. That's awesome, man. I'm glad that Maxie's getting some quality time with her.
Nathan: Yeah. Yeah, no, she's -- she's in heaven.
Dillon: Maxie coming home soon?
Nathan: I don't know, man. It's -- it's kind of up in the air. The, uh -- the editor that Maxie was replacing decided not to come back to work. So Max kind of feels obligated to stick around until they get a replacement.
Dillon: That's tough.
Nathan: I miss her. But, you know, she likes her job, and I like my job. So, for the time being, we're bicoastal.
Dillon: So, what was going on with, uh, Amy? She seemed pretty upset.
Nathan: I don't know, man. I-I was trying to help, and I think that kind of backfired.
Dillon: Oh, I didn't realize you two were friends.
Nathan: It's kind of a recent occurrence. We -- neither of us had a date to the Nurses' Ball, so, you know, showed up and walked the carpet together. And then we ran into each other here a couple of times recently. How do you know her?
Dillon: We actually went to high school together. We were in film club and, uh, just kind of lost touch. But we recently reconnected. Why? Why do you ask?
Nathan: I don't know. Something's definitely going on.
Jake: Excuse me.
Jason: What are you looking for now?
Spinelli: The credit-card number. Hopefully, from there, I can crawl into Costa's charges.
Jason: See where he's spending money, track his whereabouts.
Spinelli: That's the idea.
Jason: It's a good idea.
Spinelli: It can be challenging to get through the firewalls.
Jason: Well, good thing that you don't have to go through the red tape the cops have to.
Spinelli: Got it.
Jason: Credit-card number?
Spinelli: Yeah. A trail of bread crumbs, as it were. We're gonna find this guy.
Griffin: So you said you were having some other symptoms?
Sam: I'm just -- I'm a little on edge.
Griffin: Yeah, I noticed.
Sam: It's not like me. At all.
Griffin: Well, look, I mean, illness often brings anxiety. I mean, just plain old lack of sleep could make you edgy.
Sam: Isn't there a magic pill you can give me to make this all go away?
Griffin: [Scoffs] I wish it were that easy.
Sam: I'm overreacting, aren't I?
Griffin: Well, you could have mononucleosis. You are exhibiting all the symptoms. Um, let me draw some blood, we'll do a full panel...
Sam: No, no, no. No.
Griffin: ...Find out exactly --
Sam: You don't -- you don't have to do that. I'm sorry. I shouldn't have come here.
Griffin: Well, you were concerned enough to see a doctor.
Sam: I know.
Griffin: Let me do my job.
Sam: I just feel like now I'm wasting your time. I mean, of course I would be stressed out. I have an infant and a son at home who's a bundle of energy. Yeah.
Griffin: And don't you want to feel your best for them?
Sam: Yeah, so I will -- I'll take my vitamins, uh, drink my chamomile tea. And, um, I don't know, maybe Scout will get on a better schedule so when I fall asleep, I can...stay asleep. Thank you, Doctor.
Griffin: Sam, wait. Uh... look, I think I might know what's wrong with you.
Julian: Leo needs his father.
Olivia: Anything that Leo needs, Ned and I can give him.
Julian: Okay, I need to see my son, Olivia, please. He's the only child I have who doesn't hate me already.
Olivia: And whose fault is that?! The only reason Leo doesn't hate you is because he's only 2 years old! He doesn't know you're the monster under the bed yet!
Julian: Oh, but you'll be sure to tell him when he's older, won't you?
Olivia: I will be sure and tell Leo the truth.
Julian: Oh, just like you did with Dante about Sonny? Right? Look, Olivia, you have no cause to be so righteous, okay? You're not exactly pristine yourself.
Olivia: Don't you dare compare my sins to yours!
Julian: We agreed -- we a-- we agreed to raise Leo together, and that's it.
Olivia: That was right after you promised me that you were out of the mob for good! Which was another bald-faced, pathological, outright lie! Just like everything else that comes out of your damn mouth. God! Why did they let you out of prison? Why didn't they just leave you there where you belong? Tell me -- tell me, when is the trial? When can we all look forward to having you out of our lives for good?
Julian: Well, that might never happen, Olivia. You know, I might be able to beat the charges.
Julian: Well, I was acquitted before when it looked impossible. It could happen again. I might be able to walk, and I could get my life back.
Olivia: You're crazy. You're crazy. That is impossible. It's not gonna happen.
Julian: [Sighs] Maybe. Maybe not. But my point is I am free now, and while I have the chance, I want to be able to see my son. That's it.
Olivia: He's not your son anymore. He's not your little boy. He's mine. He is mine and Ned's. You haven't done so much as send that kid a birthday card!
Julian: I was in custody.
Olivia: You are no father to him. You're not gonna see him. You have no right to Leo anymore!
Alexis: I'm afraid that he does. He has every legal right to see his son.
Olivia: What in the hell is wrong with you? This man tried to kill you, he's put your daughters in danger again and again, and you're gonna stand there and defend his right to my child?
Alexis: Don't do this. You kept Leo away from him for months. You lied. You said that Leo was adopted. You said that Ned was the father. You didn't tell him he was the father. This is gonna backfire on you. He could've sued you for custody, and he didn't, so I-I'm suggesting that you be reasonable. Let him see Leo. It will help you in the long run.
Olivia: It's gonna help me? How do you figure that?
Alexis: If he walks from these charges, he will be able to see Leo.
Olivia: Do you even hear yourself talking right now? Do you actually want him to beat these charges?! After what he did to you?!
Sam: You think you can make a diagnosis based on what I just told you?
Griffin: Oh, it's a hypothesis.
Griffin: I-I may be overstepping, but we both suffered trauma at the hands of Olivia Jerome. I mean, she kidnapped you and tossed you over a bridge when you were eight months pregnant. Y-you went into labor alone, in the middle of nowhere.
Sam: [Sighs] I-I'm -- I'm fine. Scout's fine. So...
Griffin: Thankfully, but you still went through an ordeal.
[Stool wheels clattering]
Griffin: Um... you shouldn't expect to just bounce back from something like that without any consequence. I-I still have anxiety issues around what Olivia did to me.
Sam: Um, what are you trying to say?
Griffin: You could be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Griffin: It -- it manifests itself in a number of ways, including the symptoms you're describing.
Sam: No. PTSD is -- is so not me. I'm sorry. I've been through a lot in my life. One unhinged woman isn't gonna bring me down.
Griffin: Even really tough people get sick, Sam. You know, I'd like to do a full check-up.
Sam: Thank you, but I -- I actually -- I don't have time for this right now.
Griffin: Okay, hey, wait. Just promise me... make an appointment with Dr. Lee. All right? A doctor's motto might be, "First, do no harm," but the second part of that is, "Nag until the patient's resistance is worn down."
Sam: Okay. I'll stop by the fourth floor on my way out.
Griffin: All right. I'll walk with you. I have a meeting.
Sam: No. You don't have to do that. What? I'm not gonna make a break for it. I'll make an appointment. Stop being a nudge.
Griffin: [Chuckles] Okay. Okay. Okay, I'll back off. Just... feel better soon.
Sam: I'm sure I will. Thank you.
Elizabeth: Jake, did you get your candy?
Jake: [Sighs] It only has plain choco chewies. But I-I wanted peanut.
Elizabeth: Come on. Let's go find another machine.
[Elevator bell dings]
Elizabeth: Perfect. In you go.
Jason: Maybe Costa's charges aren't the way to go. This is taking too long.
Spinelli: Oh-oh. Do you doubt the Jackal?! 'Cause I'm in!
Jason: You're in what? What do you got, man?
Spinelli: Okay. All right. A-according to these charges, okay, Costa returned to Greece the day after the delivery. But he's back.
Jason: In Port Charles?
Spinelli: Yeah. Uh, he charged a room to the Oak Tree Motel last night, and he, uh, made a purchase at the Port Charles medical supply company this morning.
Jason: What'd he buy?
Spinelli: Uh, clothes. Specifically, a set of scrubs.
[Elevator bell dings]
Jake: You know how Dr. Maddox said I could have a future as a psychiatrist?
Elizabeth: Well, maybe he's right.
Jake: Maybe instead of a baseball player, I could be a doctor.
Elizabeth: Uh, that would be amazing. A lot of Webbers have been doctors. You can carry on the family tradition. But you know your dad and I are gonna love you no matter what you become. And you certainly don't have to decide that right now.
Jake: I sort of do.
Elizabeth: What?! Why?
Jake: Camp is having career day next week, and we all have to do a demonstration of what we want to be when we grow up. So I want to learn more about being a doctor.
Elizabeth: Okay. Sounds like a plan.
Jake: Yeah. I hope they have peanut choco chews on this floor.
[Cell phone rings]
Elizabeth: Oh, w-w-w-wait! Hold on. Hold on. It's your dad. Hi.
Jason: Where are you right now?
Elizabeth: Jake just had a great session with Dr. Maddox, and now we're in search of a snack before we leave the hospital.
Jason: Is Jake with you?
Elizabeth: Of course. What --
Jason: Don't say anything to scare Jake, but I need you two to get somewhere safe.
Elizabeth: Okay. We're on our way home right now.
Jason: No, no! Don't do that. You'll be exposed, and you'll be alone.
Elizabeth: Can you tell me why?
Jason: The delivery man who brought the magic set -- he worked for Helena. He's in Port Charles. I need you to take Jake, find a room, lock yourself in. Do you hear me? Security's on their way. I'm right behind them.
Elizabeth: [Shudders] Okay, just hurry.
Jason: Elizabeth, do this right now.
Elizabeth: Okay, um, um, we'll see you soon. Bye.
Jake: I wanted to talk to Dad.
Elizabeth: Uh, you can, uh -- you can see him in -- in person. He's gonna meet us here.
Jake: What about my candy?
Elizabeth: I-I'm -- I'm gonna get it for you, I promise. I have a really great idea. How about we find somebody to help you with your career day presentation? What do you think?
Jake: Um, o-okay.
Jake: What are we doing?
Elizabeth: Um, I'm -- I'm looking for someone -- Griffin!
Griffin: Hey, Elizabeth. Jake.
Elizabeth: I'm so glad I found you.
Griffin: Oh, I wish I could stay. I'm on my way to a meeting.
Elizabeth: Griffin, please. Can, uh -- can we go into the exam room? Jake wants to talk to you.
Griffin: Oh, what is it? Are you feeling sick, pal?
Jake: No. Um...Mom, we don't have to do this now.
Elizabeth: Yes, we do. We need Dr. Munro's help, right?
Griffin: Okay, yeah. Sure.
Elizabeth: Okay. Go on in this room. I-I'll be there in just a second, okay? [Sighs]
Griffin: What's going on?
Elizabeth: Jake doesn't know this, but we could be in danger. Can you stay with us? I need to make sure no one gets into that room.
Griffin: Yeah. Yeah, then that's exactly what we'll do.
Elizabeth: Thank you.
[Elevator bell dings]
Jason: Hi. Excuse me. My name is Jason Morgan. My associate contacted you about a man named Costa. He sent you a picture.
Officer: Yeah, we got it.
Jason: Have you seen him anywhere?
Officer: No, not yet, but we're patrolling all the floors.
Jason: Okay, great. Listen, this man is dangerous. We need to find him right now.
[Cell phone rings]
Jason: [Reads a text from Elizabeth: We're on the tenth floor in an exam room.] Excuse me. Follow me. All right. I'm only two floors down. I'm coming right up.
[Cell phone chimes]
Jake: Dr. Munro... why are you locking the door?
Griffin: I am... hiding... from a mean administrator that wants to take me to a really boring staff meeting.
Elizabeth: Your dad's gonna be here really soon.
Jake: But I haven't even asked any questions yet.
Griffin: About what?
Elizabeth: Jake just told me that he's thinking about becoming a doctor.
Jake: A psychiatrist.
Elizabeth: Oh. Wow.
Jake: You know, like a talking doctor. I want to make people feel better without all that gross stuff. Like Dr. Maddox does.
Elizabeth: So I was thinking maybe he could ask you some questions for his career day presentation at camp next week.
Griffin: Yeah, sure. Fire away.
Jake: Great. Um...
Griffin: Oh, you know -- you know, the first thing about making somebody feel better is figuring out what's wrong. We usually start with an examination. I'm sure you've had a few of those.
Jake: Yeah. But I don't like the shots.
Griffin: Ugh. Me, either. How about this? How about I'll pretend to be your patient, you could be the doctor, and give me a full examination.
Griffin: Yeah, really. Just no shots, please.
Jason: My son and his mother are on this floor somewhere. The PCPD is securing the exits. If Costa's here, he's trapped. Good. Make another sweep. I'm gonna check this floor.
Officer: You got it.
[Elevator bell dings]
Nathan: I-I told you, Amy and I -- we ran into each other here a couple of times recently, and -- and that was it.
Dillon: That's suspiciously vague.
Nathan: Come on. There's nothing going on between --
Dillon: Dude, I'm kidding. I know you're not gonna cheat on Maxie. You're not that kind of guy.
Nathan: It's -- it's just I can't get into exactly why 'cause it would violate Amy's confidence, and I don't want to upset her any more than I already have. So, anyway. So you said you knew her from high school?
Dillon: Yes. We went to high school together. We were in film club together. You know, there was more drama during that time period than the show "Pretty Little Liars."
Nathan: [Laughs] You watch that stuff?
Dillon: Nah. Flipping through the channels. Kiki has it on occasionally.
Nathan: Right. Right. I-I get it. I get it. Maxie likes it, too. And I-I understand Maxie wasn't exactly the nicest to Amy back in the day.
Dillon: Maxie was the queen of everything. She could've been characterized as a "mean girl."
Dillon: But I mainly knew Amy through, you know, film club. We liked all the same movies. I think she was involved in chorus, and she tried out for cheerleading. Any poster that needed to be painted or a charity that needed her, she was always there, you know.
Nathan: You know any of her brothers?
Dillon: Yeah. Chet Driscoll. He was the best running back in Port Charles history. They retired his jersey. It's hanging up in the gym.
Nathan: Amy's brother was a jock?
Dillon: He was a jock, but he was not a jerk. I mean, he was a really nice guy -- nice to everybody. Even drama dweebs like me couldn't hate him, you know?
Dillon: He got offered all these scholarships, and everybody was super psyched for him.
Nathan: Must have been a tough act to follow.
Dillon: Yeah. Amy pretty much lived in his shadow. But she worshipped him, and he was always cool to her.
Nathan: Said he was a big jock. Who'd he play for?
Dillon: Wisconsin. He was a starter his freshman year. Then I think he threw out his shoulder, ACL or something -- haven't really heard about him since.
Olivia: And what if you're right... and Julian beats these charges? What then, what, are you just gonna -- you're just gonna welcome him home with open arms?
Alexis: That's not the issue here. The issue is he has a legal right to have a relationship with his child.
Julian: Look, Olivia, I'm -- I'm free on bail right now. I just -- I just want a chance to see my son. Please, just give me that. Look, Olivia, we can see about the big picture after I know what my future is.
Olivia: You listen to me, Julian Jerome. When you found out that you were Leo's father and you came to me and you went on and on about how you couldn't wait to be a father to one of your children from the beginning, like you couldn't be with Sam and with Lucas. You went on and on about how you were gonna be the father of the year. You were gonna teach him his alphabet and teach him how to tie his shoes. And what did you do instead? You got yourself involved in your lunatic sister's crime spree. You didn't call the cops. You didn't warn anyone that she was skulking around the town. You didn't do a damn thing but sink back into your same lying, criminal ways. Now, you tell me, what kind of a father does that?!
Julian: One whose children have been threatened, Olivia, okay? I did it for them, and first and foremost, you should know I did it for Leo.
Olivia: Oh, spare me. Yeah, I know. I sat with Alexis when you were declared dead, and she read me that masterpiece of self-justification that you wrote her. And I warned her then -- I warned you -- this story did not add up. I warned you not to fall for this story! But it looks like you did just that.
Alexis: Olivia, you were the one that told me what he said in the letter was true.
Olivia: I told you that he loved you! And I guess it's pretty obvious to see why, since you will turn a blind eye to any hateful, criminal thing that this man does! And now you're gonna stand here, you're gonna defend him. You're gonna put my son in danger to prove to Julian that you still love him!
Alexis: [Exhales sharply] I'm not using Leo to prove anything. I-I'm simply fighting for his legal rights that he has as a father, which is what a lawyer would do.
Sam: Mom, what are you doing?
Alexis: Sam --
Olivia: What she is doing is defending Julian again.
Sam: Are you serious?
Olivia: Oh, yeah, she is. She's serious, Sam. She is championing your criminal thug of a father.
Alexis: I'm simply pointing out to Olivia for her own good that the law is on Julian's side in this case. She may think that he's a bad man, as do many --
Sam: Well, I-I-I do, too.
Alexis: But he has a legal right to see his son.
Sam: I don't want him anywhere near my kids, and if I have it my way, he will never lay eyes on Scout. Julian is a dangerous man. And I don't care why he let his sister lead him around by his nose, but he did. And instead of warning me about Olivia, he put my life in danger and my daughter's, not to mention yours. How can you defend him?
[Julian clears throat]
Olivia: Thank you for being the voice of reason. And I'll see you two star-crossed lovers in court.
Julian: Sam, please don't be angry with your mom.
Sam: Are you really gonna do this?
Alexis: He has legal rights.
Sam: If you can't see Olivia's point of view on this and mine, if you insist on defending him, I have nothing to say to you.
Alexis: Y-you don't understand.
Sam: No, I have nothing to say to you. Get back to your client or whatever he is to you these days. I'm meeting Jason for lunch.
Nathan: All right. Lucky thing I keep this in my car. Let's see what we can find out about Chet Driscoll. Running -- running back. Wisconsin. What, 2003? 2004?
Dillon: Why do you care so much about Amy's brother?
Nathan: I don't know. I'm a d-- I'm a detective. It's what I do, okay?
Dillon: You think he's a criminal?
Nathan: Honestly, I don't know what to think. [Chuckles] I don't. I don't. But, you know, I heard Amy on the phone, and she sounded really bent out of shape. I felt really -- really bad that she was so stressed out, but then, when I asked her about it, she shut down.
Dillon: Hmm. You think she was talking to Chet?
Nathan: I don't know. But, see, when you -- when you brought up high school, she started talking about how, you know, for some people, things went downhill and some people were having a hard time. So, I'm thinking maybe she was talking to Chet. Right? I mean, it's just a hunch, but I've learned to trust my hunches.
Dillon: Well, I mean, you can't find him anywhere. Chet's untraceable on the web, social media...
Nathan: Well... not everybody has access to the same databases that I do.
Dillon: You find something?
Nathan: Yeah. Yeah, actually. And now I feel even worse about how I treated Amy than before. [Sighs]
Jake: Say, "Ahh."
Jake: [Laughs] It sounds like you're singing.
Griffin: [Chuckling] What do you think, Doctor?
Jake: We're gonna have to keep an eye on those tonsils. Nurse Webber...
Jake: ...I must check the patient's reflexes now. Stat.
Elizabeth: Oh, okay. Here you go, Doctor. I'll take that.
Griffin: Wow, you must be a fantastic doctor to make my reflexes do that.
Jake: Thanks. I'm gonna be the best on career day. Way better than that stupid magic act I did at the Nurses' Ball.
Jason: Costa, stop! Stop! Where are you gonna go? You got nowhere to go.
Costa: What do you want?
Jason: I want answers.
Amy: [Sighs] Leave me alone.
Nathan: Hey, look, we just -- we need to talk.
Amy: [Scoffs] This is police harassment!
Nathan: Look, I'm not here as -- hey, I'm not here as a cop. Okay? I think I know what's going on with you. I think I understand.
Julian: Alexis, I, um --
Alexis: Don't start.
Julian: I was just gonna say, I'm gonna leave. I don't want to upset Sam more than I already have. But I want to thank you for being on my side about Leo.
Alexis: I'm on Leo's side. You have a legal right to see your son.
Julian: You'll always do the right thing.
Julian: Well, just the same, if, uh, you know, we end up in a custody fight for Leo, I'm not gonna ask you to represent me. I wouldn't want you to defend me as a father or as a man. But I am grateful to Olivia for one thing -- for recognizing the fact that I, uh, loved you. I still do.
Alexis: I need to talk to Sam. Do you want to talk about it?
Sam: No. I'm waiting for Jason.
Alexis: What's going on?
Sam: "What's going on," Mom? What are you talking about? How could you defend him? Once again, he's got you right where he wants you.
Alexis: That's not true.
Sam: It's not? You know what? You can lie to yourself all you want to. But don't lie to me. In fact, why don't you just leave?
Alexis: This isn't like you, all right? I think this might have something to do with more than just about your father.
Sam: And maybe thinking about Olivia Jerome reminded me of how pretty damn fragile life can be. Maybe I was thinking about getting shoved off a bridge, lying in the cold, wondering if my baby was gonna live or die -- all because of that great guy over there. All because he couldn't be bothered to warn me.
Alexis: Are you okay?
Sam: Am I okay?! Yeah, I'm fine, Mom. You know what? I-I ju-- I just can't deal with you and Julian right now. Can we talk about this later, please?
Alexis: Yeah. Why don't you call me when you want to talk?
Jake: [Chuckles] It's so loud.
Elizabeth: [Chuckles] That's because you have a great big, beautiful, good heart.
Jake: Do I really, Mom?
Elizabeth: Yes! Absolutely.
Jake: Dr. Maddox said so, too. But something bad is happening.
Elizabeth: What do you mean?
Jake: You look scared, like you did at the Nurses' Ball. Is it about me?
Elizabeth: No, Jake. Jake, you didn't -- you didn't do anything wrong, okay? I love you so much, and I promise it's all gonna be okay.
Jake: I know it will. You and dad always make everything okay for me.
Elizabeth: Come here.
Jason: You brought the chimera to my son. Why?
Costa: All I did was deliver a package.
Jason: Did you know what was inside?
Costa: It's not my job to ask questions. It was never your job, either.
Jason: What are you saying?
Costa: Look, this can go two ways -- one of us can kill the other or we can both walk away.
Jason: So you can go after my son and his mother again?
Costa: No. At least you'll be alive to defend them.
Jason: No, we're gonna end this right now.
[Jason & Costa fight on the stairs leading to the hospital roof.]
On the next "General Hospital" --
Spencer (to Laura): Father didn't die that long ago. Have you already forgotten about him?
Lulu (to Charlotte): Has Spencer been mean to you?
Amy: What I'm up to is none of your business, Nathan!
Elizabeth (to Hayden): You're pregnant?
Sam (to Kevin): I have a weird feeling.
Jason (to Costa): Who the hell you workin' for, huh?
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