General Hospital Transcript Monday 8/28/17
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Episode #13876 ~ Valerie helps Kristina with her love life; Alexis confronts Sonny & Carly; Ava fantasizes about Griffin.
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Kristina: You are sitting at home folding your kids' laundry, and you're passing up on an opportunity for a night out? Don't you want to have a little excitement?
Sam: Trust me, I have had enough excitement to last me a lifetime. Speaking of those kids, they're upstairs asleep right now. [Whispers] Keep your voice down.
Kristina: We can ask Molly to babysit.
Sam: Molly. There you go. That's a great idea. Why don't you give her a call?
Kristina: Are you serious?
Kristina: She'll get notified of a live stream with some obscure poet and end up ditching me.
Sam: Okay, well, what about your roommate?
Kristina: Amy's always busy. And I don't really have any other friends, so...
Sam: Well, this is a perfect opportunity for you to make some more.
Lucy: Everybody said the market is slowing down, that this cannot be done. But I told them did Sonny Corinthos ever take no for an answer? Well, Lucy Coe never takes no for an answer. Am I right, or am I right?
Lucy: Okay, so guess what? I not only got multiple offers. They all came in above the asking price. That's fantastic, isn't it?
Sonny: Mm-hmm. Fantastic.
Lucy: Oh, fantastic. Okay, come on. Earth to Sonny.
Lucy: What's the problem? There's no problem. That's what I'm trying to tell you. I actually got a buyer for Pozzulo's! It's great, isn't it?
Sonny: That's great.
Lucy: Oh, boy. It's more than great. This is a storefront restaurant with limited seating, and it's gonna sell. It's fantastic!
Sonny: I'm sorry. I-I appreciate everything you're doing. I got a lot on my mind.
Lucy: Okay, well, why don't you belly up to Lucy's coffee bar and you can tell me all about it? Because I happen to be a very -- I'm sorry. I'm -- I'm a little caffeine high and kind of a commission high. All right, I'm a good listener. I'm your gal. Spill.
Sonny: It's, like, it's...business. I can't really talk about it.
Lucy: All righty. Okay. Fine. I will see you, then, at the closing, right?
Sonny: You got a minute?
Jason: Sure. Just picking something up for Sam. What's going on?
Sonny: I have a-an update on my business situation.
Ava: Can I offer you a drink? Some, uh, iced tea or lemonade? Something stronger?
Griffin: [Sighs] I'll -- I'll have whatever you're having.
Ava: Something stronger, then. We can drink to your very fortunate and very timely intervention.
Griffin: I shouldn't have shoved that cameraman.
Ava: Hey, he was just about to exploit my face for ratings.
Griffin: Still, it's no excuse to resort to violence. It goes against all my principles as a doctor and a priest.
Ava: Before you're a man of god or a man of medicine, you are simply a man. And if you hadn't stepped in when you did, you wouldn't be much of one at all.
Franco: All right, that's it.
Elizabeth: Oh, here, let me help you.
Franco: Thank you.
Elizabeth: Oh, my God.
Jake: You look like the leaning tower of Pisa.
Franco: Si. Grazie.
Jake: I can take one, too.
Franco: Okay. Careful. That one doesn't have a lid.
Elizabeth: Got it?
Jake: [Grunts] Yeah.
Elizabeth: Okay, be careful.
Jake: Ahh, sorry, Franco.
Elizabeth: Welcome to our home.
Kristina: What'll it take to make it worth your while?
Sam: More than you've got.
[Knock on door]
Sam: Besides, you don't need me. It's not like we're talking about skydiving. This I have a feeling you can do all on your own.
Kristina: Oh. Hi, Mom.
Alexis: Okay. Why am I suddenly worried?
Kristina: Because you're our mother and it's your job.
Sam: No, there's nothing to worry about. She was just on her way out. Wouldn't want to get stuck behind the velvet rope now, would you?
Kristina: Ha ha. Next time you need an emergency babysitter, you're on your own.
Sam: Don't ask.
Kristina: Hey. It's Kristina. Are you free tonight?
Sam: What brings you by? Sorry, if you wanted some Grandma time, the kids are asleep.
Alexis: Uh, unfortunately, uh, that's not why I'm here. I came to see you. I need to talk to you about Julian.
Carly: Ooh, tough day, huh?
Scott: You know, Carly, why don't you go fly a kite? I'm not in the mood for you.
Carly: Julian will do that to you.
Scott: Not anymore.
Carly: Don't tell me he fired you. Did he fire you?
Scott: What? Did you lose your little phone? The verdict's already come in.
Scott: 20 years in Pentonville. Parole in 15 if he's lucky.
Carly: I don't believe it. Wow. That bastard finally got what he deserved.
Sonny: You know that project I've been working on?
Jason: Yeah. As far as getting ready for retirement? What about it?
Sonny: Well, if everything goes as planned... I'm taking a crucial step tomorrow.
Kristina: Can I get two frozen mamacitas? Thanks. Have I thanked you for coming out with me tonight?
Valerie: More than once. Seriously, you can stop now.
Kristina: Just...I really didn't want to go out alone. So the drinks are on me.
Valerie: Fine by me, but you don't need to worry about bribing me with alcohol. Before you called, the most exciting thing I had going was finding another show to binge. I'd much rather be here with actual humans, where we have access to frozen drinks and a jukebox, and we might even be able to play some pool. Where are all the guys?
Kristina: Yeah, you're right. This place is usually kind of a sausage party.
Valerie: Yeah, it's almost as if... Kristina... did you bring me to lesbian night at The Floating Rib?
Griffin: I should probably turn myself in.
Ava: For what? Chivalry?
Griffin: Try assault. Look, it's better to surrender than let that reporter have me arrested.
Ava: You're not gonna be arrested. When I mentioned the word lawsuit, the reporter and his cameraman took off so fast, they left a vapor trail.
Griffin: Still, I don't want to risk any bad publicity for the hospital.
Ava: You really are kind of too good to be true. You know that?
Griffin: Why? Because I care about the place that I work?
Ava: Because you put everything ahead of yourself. I bet that makes you a very good priest.
Griffin: What? You don't have the whole "sacrifice yourself for a higher power" thing down?
Ava: Me? [Chuckles] No, no.
Ava: Not quite. But you don't have to sacrifice anything, either. If that reporter shows up at GH, I'll have that lawsuit filed before he can unpack his microphone.
Griffin: You'd do that for me?
Ava: Yeah, of course, I would. You put yourself on the line for me, didn't you? I'd be honored to return the favor. But just so you know, for future reference, I'm not entirely helpless, you know. [Chuckles] I can take care of myself.
Griffin: Yeah, so can I.
Jake: I got this.
Franco: Ah, don't. Don't even bother. Really, seriously. It's very complicated. It's my own personal Franco filing system.
Elizabeth: Very few people understand it.
Jake: But you still want to move in, right? Even though I dropped all this?
Franco: Yeah, we can work something out. Tell you what. I'll take your room, and then we'll call it even.
Jake: Okay. Um, sure. I'll just move some of my stuff out of there.
Elizabeth: Babe, he's teasing you.
Jake: He is?
Elizabeth: [Chuckling] Yes.
Franco: Yeah. You think I'd take your room? Never.
Jake: Oh, well, then where are we gonna put all this stuff?
Elizabeth: Here. Take this box upstairs. But don't put it in your brother's room. Just put it in the hall closet, I guess. [Chuckles]
Franco: You sure about this? No second thoughts?
Elizabeth: None whatsoever.
Sonny: I called a meeting of the five families tomorrow.
Jason: Do they know what's being discussed?
Sonny: I gave them advance notice.
Jason: You worried about, uh, them fighting over what used to be yours?
Sonny: Well, I'm gonna keep a tight leash on this. I'm gonna divide my assets evenly among the other outfits. I'm gonna lay it all out.
Jason: What are the conditions?
Sonny: My properties, uh, my family, anybody who has ever worked for me is off limits. Anybody violates those terms... I will come out of retirement.
Jason: Let me ask you a question. Do you really think you can pull this off?
Sam: Julian got 15 years?
Alexis: 20 years if he serves his full sentence.
Sam: Is he gonna ask for an appeal?
Alexis: I don't see how. I mean, Judge Chua was -- well, she's extremely competent, and I don't think she left much room for grounds for an appeal.
Sam: Did he ask for lenience?
Alexis: No, it was just the opposite. He told the court that he was a danger to his family and that we'd be safer the further he was away from us. And right before they took him away, he said to me that he hoped that this would help me forget him and move on.
Sam: Can you do that?
Jason: Port Charles is a lucrative place to do business. Can you really trust the other heads to take their fair share and play nicely?
Sonny: I've gone over it in my head a thousand times. It's the only way I know how to protect the people I love.
Jason: No changing your mind?
Sonny: I thought I'd just let you know so you'll be prepared.
Jason: Hey, look. You're not going into this meeting alone, are you?
Sonny: I got it covered. You go home to your wife. Tell Sam that I'm gonna make this work for all of us.
Alexis: I mean, it's not like I have a choice but to move on. He's in prison.
Sam: Hey, just because he's locked up doesn't mean he's out of your life.
Alexis: Isn't that what you all want? For me to wash my hands of him, even though everything he did was to protect his family?
Sam: I don't know. I mean, even if it's true, even if Olivia was responsible for that one time, what about the other million times that he chose not to protect us?
Alexis: You're assuming that Olivia wouldn't have killed him or you or me or anyone else to prove her point.
Sam: Well, I'm just saying that I think Julian may have tried to protect you, but he's also trying to protect himself.
Alexis: Okay, well, he's being punished, isn't he? He's lost everything.
Carly: And I was considering evicting you from your room here tonight.
Scott: What are you talking about? I pay my bill on time, if not very closely!
Carly: You're a month behind! But in honor of Julian's conviction, I'm gonna give you till the end of the month to settle your bill. I am. And I'm gonna comp your dinner tonight. You, too, Lucy.
Lucy: Wow. Thank you? Okay, how'd you do that? How did you manage to land in Carly's good graces?
Scott: I lost a case.
Lucy: Oh, wow. Alert the media.
Scott: [Sighs] You know, you should be a little nicer to me.
Lucy: Why? So I can dine on Carly's dime? I don't think so. No, thank you. Because guess what? I don't need a handout. Things are going very, very well for me. I'm on the verge of a great, big commission. So I'm thinking about this. Picture it -- at the local Cineplex, I take out advertising so you see my face before the coming attractions. "Lucy Coe gets it done."
Scott: Well, Lee would be very proud of you.
Lucy: What's this?
Scott: Gail sent it. Lee left it for you in his will.
Franco: All right, that's it!
Jake: That's the last box?
Franco: Yep, this is the last box. It's official. Kid, you are now completely responsible for my care and feeding.
Jake: But Mom won't even let me babysit Aiden.
Franco: Yeah, but I'm a lot less trouble than that kid.
Elizabeth: Yeah, but clearly he's gonna need some supervision.
Franco: [Gasps] Don't even start. There's nothing wrong with Squiggy.
Elizabeth: When Halloween rolls around, we can talk about it. But for now, let's put Squiggy out of sight where he can't scare anyone.
Jake: Aww! Mom, Franco lives here now. He should get to put up some of his art.
Elizabeth: I never said he couldn't.
Franco: You need to listen to your mother, kid. [Chuckles]
Franco: She has a point. Squiggy's a little avant-garde.
Jake: Okay, then. Maybe you could put up one of these. Like... this one?
Ava: Can I top yours off?
Griffin: Uh, no, thank you. I already have enough on my conscience.
Ava: Is it really bothering you that much?
Griffin: It's not what I did. I said I would do it again. I saw that guy trying to cash in on your misfortune, and something inside me snapped. No human being deserves to be treated like that.
Ava: I'm not a human being anyway, exactly. More like a human Carpaccio.
Griffin: Why do you say things like that?
Ava: It's a joke. Have you completely lost your sense of humor?
Griffin: Um, not all your jokes are funny.
Ava: Everybody's a critic.
Griffin: They're more like tests to see what I'll do, how I'll react. It's like you're looking for just the right combination of words to make me view you differently, to drive me away.
Jake: So, what do you think?
Franco: I think that that painting was supposed to stay at the studio, and somehow it got mixed up with the other paintings.
Jake: I'm glad it did. It's super cool.
Franco: You think so?
Jake: Yeah. And weird.
Jake: Because it's not like Franco's other paintings.
Franco: No, it's not. You have a good eye. And you're right. My stuff has always been really crooked, you know, kind of like Eeyore.
Jake: And this -- this is more like Tigger!
Franco: Yes. Exactly. This is from my Tigger period. And the only other person in the whole world I've ever shown this painting to is your mother.
Jake: How come?
Franco: 'Cause I didn't think it was very good.
Jake: Is that because you're your own worst critic?
Jake: 'Cause that's what Mom says.
Franco: [Laughing] Oh! Really?
Jake: Is it part of your art show?
Franco: No. This one doesn't fit in with the other paintings.
Jake: Then I can buy it!
Elizabeth: Oh, yeah? With what, Diamond Jim?
Jake: I have $20 left from my birthday.
Franco: That is very sweet, but you should hold on to your money.
Jake: You don't want me to buy it?
Franco: No, it's -- it's not that at all, Jake.
Elizabeth: It's... he's not selling this one to anyone. It's private, kind of like a diary.
Jake: But it's a painting. And it's perfect for our house.
Elizabeth: What makes you think that?
Jake: Because it's about brothers.
Jason: I got you a scone and a decaf.
Jason: Sorry, Alexis. I, uh, didn't realize you'd be here. I didn't get you anything.
Alexis: Yeah, next time. Uh, for the record, I-I take coffee black and two sugars.
Jason: Two sugars. Got it. Hey, everything okay?
Alexis: I'll let Sam explain. I need to meet Diane.
Jason: Explain what?
Sam: Julian was, uh, found guilty.
Jason: When's the sentencing?
Sam: Already happened. He got 20 years in Pentonville, 15 if he's paroled.
Sam: I know. I think it's gonna take a little bit for my mom to adjust, but I hope she does so she can put this behind her and start moving on with her life.
Jason: Yeah, I hope she can do that.
Sam: Yeah, me, too. Thanks for the scone.
Jason: Yeah. I ran into, uh, Sonny at Perks.
Sam: How is he?
Jason: He's good. Yeah, he's doing well. Uh, gave me some good news.
Jason: Yeah. I think we've seen the end of the Corinthos organization as we know it.
Carly: Hey. Wow. You got here pretty fast.
Sonny: Well, I got here as soon as you called. What's -- what's the occasion?
Carly: Julian's verdict came in. He was found guilty.
Sonny: Are you kidding me?
Carly: [Chuckles] No. 15 years minimum. He's already in Pentonville, Sonny. It's over. Julian's done.
Kristina: I'm sorry. I should have just told you the truth. I needed a wingwoman. I've never been to a gay anything before.
Kristina: You mean my calm demeanor didn't give me away?
Kristina: Listen, we don't have to stay.
Valerie: Well, you can leave if you want, but I'm staying right here.
Kristina: You are?
Valerie: Yeah. So long as the ladies don't mind a straight girl crashing. I get to enjoy a cocktail, and I don't have any creepy dudes hitting on me all night. Cheers.
Kristina: Thank you. You're being so cool about all of this.
Valerie: I already told you. Stop thanking me. Besides, I am on wingwoman duty. How do you feel about tattoos?
Kristina: I love them. My mother doesn't.
Valerie: [Chuckles] What about blondes?
Kristina: Blondes are good.
Valerie: Check her out.
Ava: You think my little witticisms are all about you.
Griffin: I am your intended audience, aren't I?
Ava: Have you never heard of gallows humor? I'm the one stuck with this face. Maybe making light of it is the way I cope.
Griffin: You're putting up a wall, trying to drive me away.
Ava: Well, if I was so anxious for you to go, why wouldn't I just tell you to leave?
Griffin: You need it to be my choice. So instead of showing me the door, you try to get me to leave on my own accord, 'cause you want me to think that you're not worthy of friendship or comfort. You've spent such a long time thinking people only care about you for your beauty. Now you're worried... worried that people won't value you for anything else.
Ava: You talk a good game. You know that? But I know what I am. And I don't have to look in any mirror to know it. I see it in the eyes of people that avoid looking at my face. And I feel it in this mask I wear. It may cover the burns, but it doesn't hide them, not from anybody, least of all me.
Griffin: Then what you need is a distraction.
Ava: A distraction, huh? That's good advice. Maybe I ought to keep a rabbit's foot or a stress ball nearby for when I don't have a hand to hold.
Griffin: That's right. I forgot. You, uh, can't risk human contact.
Ava: Well, in case you haven't noticed, said humans aren't exactly beating down my door.
Griffin: You mean besides the ones that you send packing?
Ava: If I choose not to rely on other people, it's because other people have proven to be unreliable.
Griffin: I think you'll find that, um, I'm the exception to that rule. So do your worst. Try to scare me away. You won't offend me so bad that I'll just write you off.
Ava: You know, I think we should be clear here. You're not my shrink. You're not my priest. You're not even my friend. We didn't even know each other before I was burned. And before that, you probably didn't know of me at all, except maybe as the sister of the man who murdered your father.
Griffin: You're right.
Ava: Thank you!
Griffin: That was before. And now I know you better. You are a survivor. You are resourceful, adaptable, occasionally funny and flawed. And just like every other human being on this planet, you're worth knowing, so I want to be your friend. Is it so hard for you to accept? Is it so hard to believe that I care about you or that anyone would?
Alexis: Will you stop apologizing? I'm the one that called you at the spur of the moment. No, you are not gonna cancel. We'll reschedule.
Carly: Apparently Julian didn't want to prolong the agony, so he asked for an immediate sentence, and he got it.
Sonny: You know I'm happy that Julian's out of our lives.
Sonny: I just wish it didn't come at such a high cost. I mean, we have lost a lot of people 'cause Julian showed up -- Connie, Duke, Morgan. But the fact that he's in prison, I don't think this is the right time to celebrate.
Alexis: May I ask what you two are celebrating? Never mind. I think I already know.
Lucy: "Dear Lucy, it is my great regret that I never found the words to tell you what you mean to me. I hope this letter will suffice. I am profoundly grateful to you for coming to Scott and Dominique's aid when they were in such need, and most of all, for giving me my granddaughter. [Voice breaking] Serena is a shining light in my life. I can't even calculate the amount of joy I would have missed if not for your selflessness. There is no way for me to repay that debt, but I've enclosed a gift to express my gratitude. Gail has the deed to my heart, but the deed to my offices in Port Charles is yours. I hope you can put them to good use. Who knows? Worth any luck, you'll build a real-estate empire as big as the happiness you've brought me. Love, Lee." [Sighs]
Kristina: Oh, my God. She's coming over.
Valerie: That's good.
Kristina: No, it's not. That woman is my ex.
Valerie: She is?
Kristina: Kind of. It's a long story.
Parker: Hi, Kristina.
Kristina: Parker, hey. What are you doing here? It's a fun, little dive bar.
Parker: Do you come here a lot?
Kristina: This is my first time... to this.
Parker: Well, then we're both virgins.
Franco: Why do you think that this painting is about brothers?
Jake: Well, because there are two boys, one on each side. So it's like a mirror, but not.
Franco: Why "not"?
Jake: Well, the way you painted it, it feels like all one of the boys has to do is cross over to the middle, and then he could be with his brother. Or is that wrong?
Franco: No, it's -- it's, um... there's no wrong. I mean, that's the thing about art is that it doesn't matter what the artist meant. It... whatever the person feels when they see it is what's important, and that's why art can be a million different things to a million different people.
Jake: Okay. What does it mean to you?
Franco: Well, when I was a little, I had an imaginary friend, and I-I used to pretend that he was my brother. And then after time passed, I thought about him less and less, and then I was afraid that I was gonna forget him, so I painted him so that I could remember him.
Jake: Do you ever miss your imaginary friend?
Sam: Sonny's gonna sit down with the other families and tell them that he's retiring?
Jason: Meeting's tomorrow.
Sam: I mean, you do realize that this might not work.
Jason: Well, Sonny's aware that there's no guarantee, but what choice does he have? He's committed to walking away.
Sam: He is so committed that he's willing to sit down with a bunch of people who want his territory and are willing to kill for it?
Jason: Relax a little bit. Sonny's got people in place in case anything goes wrong.
Sam: But you don't think they're enough.
Jason: Who am I to say? Sonny knows what he's doing.
Sam: Sonny's gonna need backup, somebody that the other families respect, somebody that they fear. Jason, you have to go with him.
Jason: We made a deal. That's not our life anymore.
Sam: If Sonny goes to that meeting tomorrow and something happens to him, will you be able to let it go?
Jason: Sonny's a grown man. If he says he can handle it, then --
Sam: Then you make sure it's handled. Be there, have his back, this way the two of you can leave from a position of strength.
Jason: This is exactly the sort of thing I promised you I would never do again. I don't understand. This is not our life anymore. We have a new life.
Sam: I understand that. And we have to make sure that old life is dead and buried so we can protect this new life. Go with Sonny tomorrow. I want this to be over so we can all walk away.
Sonny: How you holding up?
Alexis: Clearly not as well as you two.
Sonny: Well, you know, I'm sorry for your pain, but you had to see it coming. Julian had a lot of blood on his hands.
Alexis: Really? And yours are sparkling clean?
Carly: Sonny never held a knife to your throat, Alexis.
Sonny: Okay, we don't want to -- we don't want to fight here in a restaurant. We're sorry for what you're going through. But Julian did a lot of damage, and some of it cannot be repaired.
Ava: You want to be my friend so badly? Fine. But one thing I cannot take is any more pity.
Griffin: Look, I admit you've endured a tragedy. But so have a lot of other people. You think I feel pity for someone who loses a loved one or gets laid off from their job so they have to depend the food bank for their family's meals? I don't feel pity for them. I feel compassion, the same as I do for you.
Ava: Then why do I suddenly feel so weak?
Griffin: Because you're not used to asking for help. Receiving compassion -- it isn't weak. It's human.
Ava: God bless us, everyone.
Griffin: A Tiny Tim joke?
Ava: [Chuckles] [Sniffles] Too cliché?
Griffin: You could have at least gone for the cockney accent.
Ava: I promise you, I won't subject you to any more of my comedy stylings. And, you know, besides, if I take Valentin up on his offer, I'll have to find something entirely new to joke about.
Griffin: What does that mean? What -- what is Valentin offering you?
Jake: So, what else did you and your imaginary brother do?
Elizabeth: You know what? This is gonna have to wait till the morning, because it's time for bed.
Jake: Not yet. Franco's not done with his story.
Elizabeth: I'll tell you how it ends. Franco grew up, and his imaginary friend became a figure in his painting, and that's it. Go tell your brothers it's time to brush their teeth. I'll be up in a minute.
Jake: Can I just ask Franco one more thing?
Elizabeth: Uh, sure.
Franco: What? What's up?
Jake: Do you ever wish your imaginary friend was still around?
Franco: No. Never. I have real friends now.
Jake: Am I one of them?
Franco: I hope so.
Elizabeth: Good night, Franco. Love you, Mom. Love you, Franco.
Elizabeth: We love you.
Valerie: Hi. I'm Valerie.
Parker: Oh, hi! Uh, Parker. Nice to meet you. How do you two know each other?
Woman: The pool table's free.
Parker: Oh, great. Thanks. Um, it was good seeing you. Nice to meet you.
Valerie: Nice to meet you. So... how is Parker sort of your ex?
Kristina: I had a massively inappropriate crush on her. We slept together once, and then she dumped me.
Kristina: It's complicated.
Valerie: Not really. She dumped you. Let's make her regret it.
Valerie: Hope you don't mind. Just seemed like the situation called for a little action.
Kristina: Yeah, no, it was good.
Valerie: Yeah, I bet Parker regrets dumping you now.
Valerie: Yeah, you can bet on it. That woman definitely still has it for you.
Kristina: [Sighs] It's official. You are the best wingwoman ever.
Valerie: [Chuckles] What are friends for?
Ava: It's not as if I took Valentin seriously.
Griffin: But you have been in contact with him?
Ava: Well -- well, he reached out to me. You know, there was a time he was ostracized. Now he feels redeemed. I think he thinks the same could happen for me.
Griffin: Well, Valentin is capable of redemption, the same as you are. I just -- I haven't seen any evidence that he's interested in it. I just want you to be careful around him, okay?
[Cell phone chimes]
Griffin: Sorry. Excuse me one second.
Griffin: What do you see?
Ava: I'm not a freak anymore. I'm not a monster.
Griffin: No. You're beautiful.
[Back to present]
Griffin: Just, when it comes to Valentin, you need to --
Ava: You don't have to worry about that. I know better than to trust him. A man like that can't offer me anything more than false promises.
Lucy: Oh! This really is the most beautiful letter I have ever read.
Scott: Well, I'm sure Lee meant every word it. He had to. He gave you his offices.
Scott: That's prime real estate.
Lucy: I have a good feeling about this. I really am gonna be number one.
Scott: You already are to me.
Sonny: What is it?
Jason: I need the details for the meeting tomorrow.
Jason: Because I'm going with you. I'm gonna back you up.
Carly: You know, you've always judged me for the compromises I make to stay with Sonny. You held yourself to a higher standard, and you thought you were better.
Alexis: Did I say that?
Carly: You didn't have to. And, you know, for all his faults, Sonny is a man of honor. He lives by a code Julian couldn't begin to understand. And you may not realize it now, but you are better off without Julian.
Elizabeth: You want to come say good night to the boys with me?
Franco: Yep. I'll be up in a minute.
Elizabeth: Hey. [Clears throat] You okay?
Franco: I really don't like talking about my imaginary friend.
Elizabeth: Okay. I'll tell Jake to lay off.
Franco: No, no, it's not -- I mean, that'll just make him more curious. And it's not his fault. Kid's got a great eye.
Elizabeth: And you are an incredible artist.
Jason: That's it. We're all set for tomorrow. Hey.
Jason: You know something?
Jason: I love you.
Sam: I love you, too. Can you promise me something?
Jason: Sure. Anything.
Sam: Promise me that everything's gonna be okay.
Jason: [Sighs] I promise.
On the next "General Hospital" --
Olivia (to Ned): I gotta go, I gotta go!
Amy (to Nathan): Let's just do this.
André (to Sam): No more concern about your husband being in any kind of danger?
Maxie (to Felicia): I have an even bigger surprise.
Nelle (to Michael): It still seems too good to be true.
Carly (to Bobbie): Whatever information you dig up on Nelle, I don't wanna know.
Sonny (to other gangsters): Do we have a deal?
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