GH Transcript Monday 7/24/17

General Hospital Transcript Monday 7/24/17


Episode #13852 ~ Jason will stop at nothing to learn the truth; Dante gets a break; Nathan's column hits close to home.

Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Gisele

Dante: Ah. Here you go. Take Andy with you. Relieve Brady and Peters. They've been on a search with some volunteers since this morning.

Officer: All right. Andy's already there. I'm on my way.

Dante: Okay, good.

Nathan: Well, where the hell is it?! Look, the longer you take getting us that footage, the lower the odds of finding that kid alive, all right? We need it today -- now!

[Receiver slams]

Dante: Yowzers. You been here all night?

Nathan: [Sighs] Yeah. Too riled up to sleep. The kid's still missing, Valentin's out on bail, thanks to my well-meaning but naive sister.

Dante: Well, you might not want to unload on the people we're trying to get to help us. Just -- just a thought. Also, maybe you want to go home, get some shut-eye.

Nathan: Not feeling the empty apartment.

Dante: No, no -- not empty. Quiet. Perfect for sleeping. Okay? Get out of here, or I'll call Maxie.

Nathan: Bringing out the big guns.

Dante: I'm serious, man. You got to get out of here, get some sleep, get some rest. We need fresh eyes on this thing. I got this covered.

Nathan: Okay. But I'll be back.

Dante: I'm sure you will. Maybe take a shower, too, you know?

Valerie: Detective Falconeri.

Dante: Yep?

Valerie: This is Oscar Nero. He has some information on Spencer Cassadine.

Dante: Oh, yeah? What do you got?

Carly: Heading out?

Josslyn: Um, I want to help with the volunteer search for Spencer.

Carly: Honey, I know you're worried. I do. But every resource is being mobilized, including Sonny's connections.

Josslyn: Well, has he found anything?

Carly: Not yet. But they will. They will find Spencer. And in the meantime, the PCPD is doing everything possible, so the search is going to go on without us, okay?

Josslyn: Well, I want to do something besides just sit here waiting.

Carly: All right, well, maybe we'll go later. But you're not supposed to leave the house without my permission. You're still grounded, you know.

Josslyn: [Whispering] How can I forget?

Carly: What was that?

Josslyn: [Normal voice] Nothing.

Carly: You really want to play it that way? We were just discussing why you're grounded, okay? So sneaking out of the house is not gonna help your case.

Josslyn: I was gonna text you when I got there.

Carly: What about this Oscar kid? I thought I was gonna get to meet him today.

Josslyn: Mom, I told you -- Oscar's not like how you think. He's a really nice guy.

Carly: Great! I can't wait to see that for myself. And since there's no camp, call Oscar, invite him over. Come on. There's no time like the present.

[Cell phone chimes]

Sonny: What the hell? Who sent it? What son of a bitch would do that to you?

Valentin: [Gasps] Let me guess -- you want to ask me a question.

[Cell phone chimes]

Jason: Huh. Looks like you missed a text. You're gonna miss a few more.

Valentin: Jason, why don't you just ask me what you want to know?

Jason: Where is Spencer Cassadine?

[Indistinct conversations]

Nathan: Looks a little small for you, Mac.

Mac: Oh, so now you're a comedian?

Nathan: [Chuckles] Mm-hmm. Hey, if those are for Felicia, I probably better gouge out my eyes. And if they're not, then...I didn't see anything.

Mac: Of course, they're for my wife.

Nathan: What's the occasion, you don't mind me asking?

Mac: No occasion. Just want to make my wife feel as special as she is. What's with you? Just get off a shift? Any news on Spencer?

Nathan: Not yet. Actually, I got ordered out by my partner to go get some food and some rest.

Mac: That's good advice. Sit down. You look wiped.

Nathan: I am wiped. Haven't had a decent meal in...two days. Hey, and about, uh, about poker night. I know you and Felicia are trying to keep me busy and all, but --

Mac: Well, you know, that's Felicia's idea. And it's not that we don't trust you. But with Maxie gone, sometimes it's good to be occupied.

Nathan: I get that. And it beats sitting alone at home in an empty apartment. [Sighs] I got to recharge for the investigation, so I got to pass on tonight. Hopefully, I'm tired enough to sleep, instead of just sitting there thinking about Maxie.

[Indistinct talking]

Dante: You found these on the search this morning?

Oscar: Yes, sir. Uh, Officer Peters taught us to go over every inch of this place slowly, and I found them. I spotted that one first -- the one that says "Andrew Jackson." But I didn't touch it or anything. I didn't want to contaminate the scene.

Valerie: He called me over right away -- followed procedure perfectly.

Oscar: There's another one that says "Frederick Douglass."

Dante: And what makes you think these belong to Spencer Cassadine?

Oscar: There's this game. The counselors stick post-its with the name of a historical figure on a kid's forehead, and that kid is it, and the kid that's it has to ask questions until he or she guesses the name, and they keep the names they guess. The one with the most guessed names and post-its is the winner. They played that game the morning Spencer disappeared. But -- I don't know -- Spencer was distracted. He didn't want to play. We think he must have taken the post-its and stuffed it in his pocket.

Dante: You sure about that? You sure these were his?

Oscar: I'm sure about Frederick Douglass. I was there when the counselor gave it to Spencer.

Valerie: And there's more -- we got a partial footprint. It's...this one. Yeah, lucky for us, they were stuck in the mud.

Dante: Where did you find these?

Valerie: In an old empty lot by the park. Um, it's overflow parking for the park goers. I pulled it up so you can see where it's at.

Dante: Hey, thank you for your help. If you hadn't come forward, we might have overlooked this whole thing. Uh, leave your information with the desk sergeant when you leave in case we need to talk to you.

Oscar: I hope you find him. Spencer's really important to a friend of mine.

Josslyn: Mom, I told you -- Oscar can't come over. He's busy.

Carly: What's he doing? There's no camp.

Josslyn: Okay. Well, he's with the volunteers searching for Spencer.

Carly: Right. Where you were headed before I stopped you.

Josslyn: Mom, I swear I was not just going to meet up with Oscar. I want to help. Spencer disappeared on my watch.

Carly: Josslyn, you're not responsible for what happened, okay? The camp has protocols in place to keep kids safe. What happened was out of your control. You couldn't have foreseen it, and you couldn't have stopped it.

Josslyn: Okay, well, I still feel terrible, and so does Oscar, so --

Carly: However, I am not happy with your behavior lately, because you're lying to me, and you're sneaking out. And I don't know if it's because of this boy or if it's you. But you're making some bad choices, and it is really affecting my ability to trust you.

[Cell phone chimes]

Josslyn: Mom, that's my phone.

Carly: Uh, I know. I bought it for you, and I pay the monthly fee. Look at that. It's from Oscar. And he says he has some information, and he'd like to hang out with you. Invite him over. I want to meet him.

Valentin: Let me ask you this. Was Laura your diversion, or were you able to capitalize off her hysteria?

Jason: I saw a woman begging for information about her kidnapped grandkid, and you refused to help her out. So I thought I'd give it a shot. And here we are.

Valentin: Well, this is a lot of work for nothing, 'cause I did not take that boy.

Jason: You know, you were out for a little while. Your memory might be hazy. But I'm betting you're gonna get it back. You're gonna tell me where Spencer is, one way or the other. I promise you that.

[Cell phone chimes]

Sonny: [Sighs]

[Cell phone beeps]

[Cell phone beeps]

[Sonny gets a series of texts from Spencer's kidnapper: "Meet me at Black Duck Distillery with $200,000 cash. No cops. No associates. Alone. Or the kid dies."

[Cell phone beeps]

Mac: I was thinking about canceling poker night, but maybe you could use the company.

Nathan: Oh, no. I cannot afford to get cleaned out by Epiphany again. You, uh, you got something else planned?

Mac: Mm. I'm surprising Felicia.

Nathan: Am I...missing something? Is this, like, a birthday or an anniversary or...?

Mac: No. And before you jump to any conclusions, there's nothing that I'm making up for, either. I just, uh... I just want to go out of my way for her, you know? Put her needs before mine. Keep her interested and, uh, put a little oomph back in our marriage.

Nathan: [Sighs]

[Doorbell rings]

Carly: Doorbell's ringing!

Josslyn: I've got it! Oh, my God. [Chuckles] You wore a tie.

Oscar: Too much?

Josslyn: No. No, not at all. You look great. [Chuckles] Come on.

Carly: Hi, Oscar. I've heard so much about you.

Josslyn: Mom.

Carly: I'm Josslyn's mom.

Oscar: Oh. Hi, Mrs. Corinthos.

Carly: Yeah, hi. So, are those for me?

Oscar: Oh. Yeah. I...wasn't sure what your favorite flowers were, so I-I thought I'd cover the bases.

Carly: You did. Wow. [Chuckles] You went all out. So, who scared you into making a good impression? Was it Sonny or Josslyn?

Oscar: Neither. I just wanted you to know I'm, you know, I'm cool -- in a good way.

Carly: Right. All right, I'm gonna go put these in water. Excuse me. Oh, you know what? I would offer you a tour, but since you attended a party here, I figure you've already seen the place.

Oscar: Just...this part of the house.

Carly: That's right -- because when everyone else was outside, in the hot tub, you were inside, alone with Josslyn, drinking alcohol -- illegally. Hmm.

Valerie: Okay, so, there and there. That's the area where Oscar found the post-it note. I don't think it blew over from the park. They were stuck in the mud pretty good. I had to pry them up.

Dante: Must have been from all the rain.

Valerie: Yeah. I'm gonna take these to Forensics.

Dante: Okay.

[Computer beeps]

Dante: Oh, here we go.

Valerie: What you got?

Dante: Security footage from the parking lot where those notes were found. The owner had a camera. Guess Nathan yelling at him didn't hurt us after all. Okay, you drop that stuff off at Forensics and then find out what officers we have in the area. Seal it off, canvass it, and make sure they interview anyone who lives there also. I'm gonna go over every second of this footage.

Valerie: Okay.

Dante: [Sighs]

[Keyboard clacking]

Jason: You want to get out of here in one piece? See your daughter? You're gonna tell me where I can find Spencer.

Valentin: Well, I sure wish I could help you. So you go right ahead and do what you got to do. But it's not gonna do a damn bit of good, because I didn't take Spencer. And I don't know where he is. And every minute you waste with me is a minute you could use looking for him.

Sonny: I'm here! [Sniffs] What's wrong? You don't want to come out? You afraid to meet me face-to-face?


Valerie: Cops are on the scene and canvassing the area. See anything?

Dante: The video quality is terrible. The parking lot was packed that day. I mean, even with enhancements, I see nobody dragging a 12-year-old kicking and screaming to a car. Wait a second.

Valerie: What is that?

Dante: Check this out. Well, this is about half an hour before Spencer goes missing. That car -- that car's parked in a way that the cameras can't pick up the plates.

Valerie: Yeah, it's angled away from the camera. The trunk's out of the camera's range, too.

Dante: Yeah, I'm guessing this is not a coincidence.

Valerie: Looks like someone scoped out the perfect spot. There's the driver.

Dante: Mm.

Valerie: Well, it's a male. He's wearing sunglasses. I can't make his face.

Dante: Let's see when he comes back.

[Mouse clicks]

Dante: There. There he is. But we can't see where he's coming from. We still can't see what's in that trunk.

Valerie: [Sighs] Look how he's looking around.

Dante: Yeah, he's nervous.

Valerie: Okay, he's getting back in the car... and he's leaving the parking lot.

Dante: Turning down Cottage Street.

Valerie: There are cameras on Cottage. There are also two banks with ATM machines. I'll get the footage.

Dante: Okay.

[Mouse clicking]

Mac: It's important to keep things fresh in a marriage, avoid getting into the same-old, same-old. You know, take it from me. It's good advice I'm giving you. Here. Why don't you order Maxie's favorite, the volcanic onion?

Nathan: Ugh. No, I think I just want something normal. I've been eating a lot of junk at the station lately.

Mac: Why don't we hit the gym? You can give me some training pointers.

Nathan: Give you some point-- you don't need pointers from me, man. You're in shape.

Mac: You kidding? I need to step up my game. No more vegging out in front of the TV.

Nathan: Put in some effort. And for the both of you, don't spend your night behind a screen -- your TV or phone. So, Steve, turn off your devices and turn her on.

Mac: I'm a lucky man. Felicia is a smokin'-hot babe, you know? I need to show her that I still got it, too.

Carly: I'm not sure Josslyn told you -- I'm not much of a cook. [Chuckles] But snacks -- now, they're my thing.

Oscar: They're delicious. Thank you. It's just... well...I'm really sorry about the drinking. I'm not, like, an alcoholic or anything.

Josslyn: Mom, I've apologized a zillion times.

Oscar: I feel really bad. I-I read once that Oscar Wilde said you never get a second chance to make a first impression. I remember because he was another Oscar. And I'm -- I'm sorry I blew mine.

Carly: That's very true.

Oscar: Is there any way I can make it up?

Carly: That depends. Why don't you start by telling me where you got the alcohol?

Oscar: Well, one of the other guys had this cousin buy it for us. He's over 21 -- the legal age. Which doesn't excuse me from drinking it, I know.

Carly: Or the cousin for buying alcohol for underage kids. Okay, I have a few problems here.

Josslyn: Mom, please.

Carly: I do. If one of these kids had gotten injured or left here and got in an accident, I could have been sued because it was my house. And since you know the legal drinking age, you know that neither you nor Josslyn should have been drinking. And that especially rings true for Josslyn, because she only has one kidney. When Josslyn is old enough to drink alcohol, she'll have to have that conversation with her doctor about what's safe.

Josslyn: [Sighs]

Oscar: I honestly had no idea.

Josslyn: It's -- it's okay. It's not your fault.

Carly: I also have this feeling that this isn't an isolated incident for you and your friends, which leads me to believe that you've had some experience in drinking.

Oscar: [Sighs] No, not really. Like I said, I-I don't drink on a regular basis. It was, so I had a little.

Carly: So it was just that once -- in my house?

Oscar: No, ma'am. It wasn't just that once.


Garvey: [Groaning]

Sonny: Garvey? What the hell?

Garvey: [Breathing heavily] I shot you square in the heart.

Sonny: Good thing I had a vest. Didn't expect to see you. Thought I got rid of you in Puerto Rico.

Garvey: I saw a chance. I made a break. Listen, my arm is bad. You did some real damage.

Sonny: Not yet. But if you can tell me where my nephew is, I'm gonna finish the job.

Jason: Is this the part where you tell me you'd never hurt a child? Huh?

Valentin: It's true, 'cause I wouldn't. I'm a father. You know what that means. I think you came to me once for help with your son, and I gave it to you. [Sighs] And I told you then how much it means to me to have a child in my life.

Jason: Sounds to me like you're admitting that you would kill for your daughter.

Valentin: If I wanted to get rid of Spencer Cassadine, I would have done it a long time ago, and it would have looked like an accident. 'Cause I have too much to lose. Spencer Cassadine is a spoiled little brat, and he's certainly not worth me sacrificing everything that matters to me.

Oscar: I'm not gonna lie. I've had beer a couple times. And...I admit -- I did it mainly to be cool. And I know it's dumb to succumb to peer pressure. And I don't even like beer all that much -- or wine coolers. And when I say I did it mainly to be cool, I meant I-I wanted to just fit in and get along. But that's dumb, too, I guess. The whole popular-crowd thing is not really me. And I won't do anything stupid like that ever again -- especially if it costs me my friendship with Josslyn.

Carly: Means that much to you, huh? Your friendship?

Oscar: Yeah. I haven't been in town long, and Joss is the only real friend I have. The other kids are into stuff I'm not really into.

Carly: What are you into?


Carly: What kind?

Oscar: Classical, mostly. I play the piano.

Carly: That's impressive.

Josslyn: Yeah, well, I never made it past the recorder, so...

Oscar: But you ride and you surf. I mean, like, everyone says you're an amazing soccer player.

Josslyn: Okay, well, I'm okay.

Carly: You're more than okay. She was asked to be on the travel team.

Josslyn: Okay, Mom, please.

Oscar: That doesn't surprise me. I mean, joss isn't just strong and fast. She's smart and funny. I mean, you know your daughter. She's special.

Carly: She is. So, naturally, I'm gonna do anything I can to protect her, whether she wants me to or not.

Josslyn: Really, Mom?

Oscar: Well... that's cool. In a good way. You don't have any reason to trust me. But I promise that stupid move will never, ever happen again. Word of honor.

Carly: So, you're new in town? Where you from?

Oscar: Ohio. My mom got transferred here.

Carly: What about your dad?

Josslyn: [Sighs] Is the third degree really necessary?

Carly: Mm-hmm.

Oscar: It's okay. I don't know much about my father. I never met him. And my mom doesn't really like talking about him.

Carly: So, tell me more about the piano. I mean, I have to admit I'm jealous. That's such an accomplishment. How old were you when you started playing?

Valerie: I spoke with the banks' security officers. They're e-mailing over the footage now.

[Computer beeps]

Dante: Okay, great. Oh. Look at that. You must have used the right words, 'cause they've already sent them over. Here's the first one. Oh, yeah, there's the time we need, and there is the intersection. Should be coming through any second.

Valerie: There it is.

Dante: Okay, let me enhance this, see if we can get a plate. Still not good enough to get a plate. Okay. But he is turning -- turning down Cedar Lane, which is all residential. There's only one reason to go down there.

Valerie: To go to one of the houses in Dunn Loring Woods.

Dante: Right. There's no other place to go. Road only goes to one place. So Spencer could be in one of those houses.

Valerie: Okay, I'll run a check on felons and sex offenders in the area.

Dante: Okay, sounds good. Hey, look, uh, this is good. We're actually onto something maybe, getting closer here.

Valerie: Yeah.

Dante: [Sighs]

Valentin: And if I was gonna take Spencer Cassadine, I sure wouldn't have done it in a public park in broad daylight.

Jason: Maybe you hired the wrong people.

Valentin: I don't know if you know this, but I just dodged doing life at Steinmauer in The Hague. I'm sure not gonna squander that -- not over a civil suit brought on me by some small child. I love my daughter, and I want to keep her in my life. And I'm sure as hell not gonna jeopardize that -- not by kidnapping her annoying and precocious cousin.

Jason: I believe you.

Valentin: Good. Don't suppose I could trouble you to let me out of these restraints?

[Gun clatters]

Sonny: Where's Spencer?

Garvey: [Breathing heavily]

Sonny: Talk! Now!

Garvey: Fine. He's in a structure behind an abandoned house on Poplar. Third house on the left.

Sonny: How do I know he's still alive?

Garvey: Don't shoot. I'm gonna get my phone, all right? I got a camera on him at all times. You can see for yourself.

Sonny: Yeah, I see it. How -- how do I know when this was taken?

Garvey: The time and date are on the bottom. He's fine.

Sonny: He better be.

Garvey: I don't kill kids. I was using him to get to you.

Sonny: I'm gonna find him. And as much as I want to pull the trigger right now, I'm gonna call the cops.

Sam: Sonny!

Sonny: Stay right there.

Nathan: I'm starting to crash, man. I'm gonna go home. I'll eat later.

Mac: You sure? You need your nourishment. Get some takeout.

Nathan: No, no, I'm good, I'm good. And we'll do the gym. We just got to do it another day.

Mac: I'm gonna hold you to that. I need to step up my game.

Nathan: You, uh, been reading a lot of self-help books lately?

Mac: [Sighs] Look, I'm gonna tell you something, okay, but you have to promise not to, "A," laugh me off the planet and, 2, swear you won't tell another soul, especially Maxie.

Nathan: Okay. Uh, what's going on?

Mac: [Sighs] Look, you know how sometimes, stuff just clicks? [Chuckles] I swear I never thought I would do anything like this. But there's this advice guy that I wrote to online. Have you ever heard of Ask Man Landers?

Dante: No, that's no problem, Laura. I promised you I'd keep you posted on any leads. I will let you know. We're gonna follow up on that right now, okay? All right. Talk to you soon. [Sighs]

Valerie: No sex offenders or convicted felons registered in Dunn Loring.

Dante: Well, I guess that's good news, right?

Valerie: Now what?

Dante: Well, I found an abandoned house on Poplar -- went into foreclosure about a year ago. Been sitting empty ever since. I'm gonna go check it out.

Valerie: Need backup?

Dante: Nah, I got a unit meeting me over there. But thanks anyways.

Valerie: Hope your hunch pays off.

Dante: Yeah, me too. You were, uh, you were a huge help today.

Valerie: Thanks, but most of the credit goes to that kid Oscar. He put us on the trail.

Josslyn: You found his post-it notes? That's amazing.

Oscar: Well, it was luck. I recognized them from the game the kids played yesterday morning. But Detective Falconeri said --

Josslyn: Wait -- Dante? He's my stepbrother.

Carly: Yeah, he's Sonny's oldest son.

Oscar: Oh. I mean, he was really decent to me.

Josslyn: Oh, wow.

Carly: We aren't all ogres.

Oscar: I...didn't mean...

Carly: I'm just kidding. [Laughs]

Josslyn: Okay, um, anyways, what did Dante say? You were saying?

Oscar: That he appreciated my help.

Josslyn: Would you look at that, Mom?

Carly: Hmm?

Josslyn: Oscar might have broken the case.

Oscar: Well, I didn't say all that.

Carly: Well, sounds like you should be pretty proud of yourself.

Oscar: Yeah?

Carly: Mm-hmm.

Oscar: Well, it did feel pretty good.

Carly: [Chuckles]

[Cell phone tone plays]

Oscar: Uh, that's my mom. I have to head out. I'm so sorry to eat and go.

Carly: That's okay. That's okay. You should always listen to your mother, even via text. [Chuckles]

Josslyn: Well, I'm glad everything worked out.

Oscar: Me too. Thanks for taking the time to meet me and hear me out, Mrs. Corinthos.

Carly: It was illuminating. [Chuckles lightly]

Oscar: O-okay. Well, I'll... see you later, Joss. I hope. Bye, Mrs. Corinthos.

Carly: Bye. See you later.

[Door opens]

Josslyn: Illuminating? Could this have been more embarrassing?

[Door closes]

Carly: I'm sorry. I did what I needed to do. You're my daughter, and I love you. Whether you like it or not, you are stuck with me.

Josslyn: Okay, yes, I know, but did you really have to tell him about my kidney? Mom, I don't tell everyone that.

Carly: I know that. Okay? But you know what? He didn't seem to mind. And if you guys are gonna be really good friends, he should know.

Josslyn: Are you saying we can keep being friends?

Carly: Yes, you can keep being friends. I like him. He's nice. And he's super cute.

Josslyn: [Chuckles] I know, right?

Carly: Yeah.

Josslyn: Thank you, mom. You're the best.

Carly: [Chuckles] Ohh!

Jason: I'm gonna let you go, and I don't care if you're upset about all this. You make a move against me, I will put you down.

Valentin: Okay. I promise.

Jason: If you didn't take Spencer, who did? You have any ideas?

Valentin: Yeah -- maybe this isn't about Spencer. Maybe whoever took him just wants leverage. They want to extort money or exact revenge.

Sonny: Don't think of moving, or you die. You hear me? What are you doing here, Sam?

Sam: I came for you, Sonny.

Sonny: How did you find me?

Sam: I staked out your house and tailed you. You weren't very careful.

Sonny: Okay, do me -- do me a favor. Call Jason, tell him that Garvey took Spencer, has him stashed in a house on P--


Sonny: [Sighs] Come on. We'll call Jason in the car.

Sam: No! We're not going anywhere.

Mac: Glad you decided to order some takeout after all. Go home. Get some rest. I'll cancel poker for tonight. And, uh, then I will go grab some flowers for my special lady.

Nathan: Sounds like a plan. I'll see you around.

Mac: All right.

Nathan: Amy, hey. Hey, how's your brother? Oh, that's great. I'm -- I'm -- no, that's -- that's really great. I'm glad to hear the surgery went well. Hey, listen, we got a problem, all right? Yeah -- about that. Things just got weird. Like, really...really weird.

Maxie: Yeah. I couldn't agree more.

[Door bursts open]

Dante: Spencer! Spencer, you down here?

Valentin: [Groans] [Breathing heavily] Charlotte? C'est moi. C'est Papa. Listen, I got your big-girl text. I'll see you very soon. And don't forget -- I love you.

Josslyn: God, I am so, so sorry about my mom. Are you okay?

Oscar: Yeah. Can you believe my mom's taking me to lunch now?

Josslyn: You're eating again?

Oscar: She's pretty busy, so... I don't get to spend much time with her, so I don't mind. She's not here yet.

Josslyn: Okay.

Oscar: Tell me the truth. What did your mom say?

Josslyn: Well, sorry to say -- you passed. I think she might even like you.

Oscar: Really? That's awesome. I like her, too. So, we can hang out. I can't believe this day. I helped out Spencer, and I get to stay your friend. My life is definitely on the upswing.

Josslyn: Well, that might be a little over the top. I mean, I might be a terrible friend.

Oscar: I doubt it. So, can you meet me at the bridge again?

Josslyn: Maybe. But you know what else would be fun? The paddleboats.

Oscar: Seriously? I love those things. What about inner-tubing? Is there a spot around here for that?

Josslyn: Are you kidding? Yeah, I know a few spots. But how do you feel about water skiing? Sonny has a boat.

Oscar: This is gonna be the best summer ever.

Josslyn: [Chuckles] I totally agree.

Carly: Sonny? You're never gonna believe it. I met Oscar. Jason. Okay, I know that you're helping Sonny look for Spencer, so... did you find anything?

Jason: I did. I talked to Valentin. He didn't do it.

Carly: Really?

Jason: Yeah.

Carly: You sure?

Jason: I am sure. I came by to tell Sonny, but his guards tell me he left 40 minutes ago.

Carly: Wonder where he went.

Sam: Toss the gun!

Sonny: Sam, what -- what are you --

Sam: Now!

Sonny: Hey, hey. Okay, I'll put it down.

Sam: Drop it!

Sonny: I'm dropping it! I'm unarmed. Does Jason know you're here?

Sam: Don't you get it, Sonny? Jason isn't coming to help you. Not now, not ever again. Now you die.

On the next "General Hospital" --

Anna (on the phone): Oh, my God!

Maxie (to Nathan): If it wasn't work, then who were you talking to?

Nina (to Valentin): You have to go to the PD, and you have to give a statement.

Laura (to Dante): No. No!

Carly (to Jason): When Sonny tries to go, he's gonna leave behind a lot of unhappy people.

Sam (to Sonny): So I am the one who's gonna have to take you out.


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