General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 9/6/17
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Episode #13882 ~ Sam doesn't feel like celebrating; Kristina takes Scout to the park; Dante shares his regrets.
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Valerie: Lulu. Sounds like you're planning something special.
Lulu: It's Rocco's birthday party.
Valerie: Ah, fun. Sounds like there's gonna be a ton of people.
Lulu: Not really. Just family.
Carly: I'm gonna go back to the hospital. I want you to come home when you're done riding, okay? Your grandmother's gonna be here around 6:00, so I'll -- I'll just call you later. And, Josslyn, please don't sneak out. [Sighs]
Michael: You know, I can stay with Josslyn if you want me to.
Carly: Oh! I'm so glad you're home.
Michael: Yeah, me, too.
Carly: Did you go by the hospital?
Michael: I-I just missed you.
Carly: I had to come back here and check on Josslyn. She's fine. She's riding.
Michael: You want me to pick her up? I can wait with her until Grandma gets home.
Carly: No, no, she'll be fine. She'll be fine. Plus, I'm sure you want to get back to the hospital.
Michael: Yeah, I haven't, uh -- I haven't been in to see Jason yet. I-I sat with Sam for a little.
Carly: Did she tell you his prognosis?
Michael: No. Which, uh, makes me think it's not good.
Carly: He's in a coma. They're not sure if he's gonna regain consciousness.
Sonny: Please, God, bring Jason back to his family. Don't let them lose him again.
Dante: I thought I'd find you here. [Sighs] I got some news.
Sonny: Is it about Jason?
Dante: No, it's about you.
[Monitor beeping, oxygen hissing]
Kristina: We're back.
Kristina: Where's Mom and Monica?
Sam: Um, Mom finally went home, and Monica, I think, is sleeping in her office.
Kristina: And Jason? How's he's doing?
Sam: No change.
Kristina: Well, Molly and I have a plan. I'm gonna take Scout for the afternoon.
Molly: And I'm gonna take Danny to the water park in Greenfield. He's been asking about his dad, and that seemed like a good distraction.
Sam: Yeah, that is. It's great. It's amazing. Thank you.
Nurse: Mrs. Morgan?
Nurse: Your husband's personal effects were removed for surgery. I'm sorry we're only getting them to you now.
Sam: No. Thank you.
Kristina: I can hold on to that if you'd rather not deal with it right now.
Sam: That's okay. I want Jason's things with me. You know today's our anniversary?
Griffin: Ava, what brings you to the boxing gym?
Ava: I-I'm here because you are.
Sam: It's okay. I'm not gonna cry. [Chuckles] And don't you start, because then I'll start.
Kristina: Don't worry. We shall be the strong, emotionally-repressed Davis women we are expected to be.
Sam: Besides, there's nothing to worry about. He's gonna be fine.
Molly: Yes, of course he is. And you guys are gonna go on to celebrate your 2nd and 3rd and 20th anniversaries. And we are gonna be there celebrating every single one of them with you.
Kristina: Until Jason gets wise to us and starts whisking you away on his motorcycle...
Kristina: ...Before we can even show up to the party.
Sam: You know him well.
Kristina: We do. And that's how we know he's going to beat this -- for you.
Sam: Thank you. Thank you for taking Scout today, too. She needs to be outside. It's beautiful out. I appreciate it.
Kristina: Will do.
Sam: Hey. Why do I get the feeling that you're sad you're leaving me here?
Kristina: I mean, how am I supposed to feel?
Sam: Happy. [Chuckles] Happy that you get to spend the day with my beautiful daughter. And it makes me happy knowing that she's gonna be with someone that loves her. It's a gift, so thank you.
Sam: I love you.
Kristina: I love you. Okay.
Molly: It's gonna make you happy to know that Danny will be having a ball with someone who loves him, too, right?
Sam: You were listening.
Molly: I'm on it.
Sam: Molly. You okay?
Molly: [Sighs] I mean, even Kristina feels terrible leaving you alone, and she's a lot less considerate than I am, so you can imagine how hard this is.
Sam: Yeah, well, you don't have to feel bad, because I'm not alone. Jason's here with me.
Dante: The, uh, commissioner and the DA's office have gone over the statement you made about the shooting at the warehouse and the evidence they collected from the scene.
Dante: They're, uh, not pressing charges in the shooting. They're calling it justifiable homicide.
Sonny: Thanks for telling me.
Dante: Maybe you can tell me something.
Dante: Last night at the station, you were pretty wound up. And that's understandable, because Jason had been shot, but, uh... you've had a chance to breathe and think a little bit.
Dante: I'm wondering if anything has changed.
Sonny: What are you asking me?
Dante: Where do you go from here?
Valerie: I should order.
Lulu: [Sighs] Valerie. We've been avoiding each other for months.
Valerie: Why shouldn't we? We both did some pretty unforgivable things to each other. I really wish things had worked out differently.
Lulu: You know, I wanted that, too. I mean, I practically dragged you to Port Charles and into the Spencer clan, whether you wanted to be a part of it or not.
Valerie: Until I slept with your husband.
Lulu: And I hired a friend to run you out of town. Instead, you almost burned to death. Not really finding much moral high ground here.
Valerie: [Chuckles] Maybe we should quit while we're behind.
Lulu: You know, all of that insanity feels like a lifetime ago. I don't know. Maybe it's everything I'm going through with Charlotte -- the fact that I've had to fight, literally fight, in court, for my daughter. It's made me consider what family means to me.
Valerie: Which is?
Lulu: I think that family should have each other's back, even when someone screws up, which we both did, by the way. I think family should be there for each other.
Valerie: Yeah, but things don't always turn out that way.
Lulu: That really depends on you and me. Oh. [Sighs] Like, can we just start over?
Lulu: Maybe we could be the cousins we should have been before everything got so incredibly screwed up.
Valerie: That would be great.
Valerie: Yeah, I would love if we tried again.
Lulu: Okay, wait. [Chuckling] Okay. We're going old school this year, okay? This birthday, we are doing paper invitations. Please come.
Griffin: Sorry I couldn't talk at the hospital.
Ava: I know about your patient. I'm so sorry.
Griffin: We lose patients all the time. Sometimes those patients are very young.
Ava: But I saw you talking with her parents. That must have been very difficult.
Griffin: Informing the loved ones... [Stammers, sighs] All of it is just part of the job.
Ava: Ah. You know, even I know that when a priest takes his vows, it's more than merely a job. It's a vocation, a calling. And from what I've seen, you approach being a doctor the very same way. So losing a patient, someone special to you -- you can't just shrug that off. You can't work out your frustrations in the gym. You need to talk. You need somebody who will listen to you and understand.
Griffin: I'm fine!
Ava: Clearly. No.
Griffin: Thank you for trying to help. I just -- I-I need to be alone right now.
Ava: Well -- well, then you, Dr. Griffin Munro, are a hypocrite.
Michael: What, what? What? Can you please tell me what happened? I mean, how -- how was Jason shot?
Carly: Your father met with the families to tell them that he planned on retiring, and he needed to make arrangements, he said, whatever that means.
Michael: I think it means he -- he was planning on dividing up his territory.
Carly: Okay, well, Jason was there 'cause he wanted to show his support for your father's decision, and everyone seemed okay with it. Everyone was on board. And then the representatives left, and so did Jason, and your dad and Max were there at the warehouse alone. And then this guy Petrov came back, and he took Max hostage. And then Jason showed up because he somehow knew your father was in trouble, and then there was a standoff. And then Sam came in the door. Petrov went to shoot Sam, and Jason took the bullet for her.
Michael: Okay, and -- and Petrov is...?
Carly: Your dad killed him.
Michael: Any charges filed?
Carly: No, no, it was clearly self-defense. Sonny's not gonna be charged, and Diane would shut it down.
Michael: So Dad's okay?
Carly: Physically, he's okay. But your dad blames himself for setting this whole thing in motion.
Dante: Your retirement's already, uh, set in motion.
Sonny: You want me to go through with it?
Dante: [Chuckles] Well, yeah. I mean, it's better than the alternative, right?
Sonny: You're afraid that if Jason dies, I'll retaliate.
Dante: Will you?
Sonny: What if Petrov and his organization retaliates against me? Do we even know? Does anybody even know anything? All I know right now is Jason's dying. And all I can do is wait.
Dante: All right. Yeah, I'm sorry. Uh, we can talk about this later.
Sonny: Well, you know what? We can talk about it later, but I don't know if I'm gonna have any answers, 'cause all I know is Jason is hooked up to a bunch of machines and the doctors tell me that he may not wake up.
Dante: Um, again, I'm sorry.
Sonny: He's a brother to me, you know? I already lost him once. There's a good chance I'm gonna lose him again.
[Monitor beeping, oxygen hissing]
Sam: [Voice breaking] Can you do me a favor and can you squeeze my hand? [Sniffles] Just a little? Just the tiniest, little squeeze. That's all I'm asking for. [Sighs] Please.
Griffin: You think I'm a hypocrite?
Ava: Yeah. You tell everybody else to reach out for help. You've practically beaten down my door, saying, "Here I am to reach out to!"
Griffin: And you fought me all the way.
Ava: Yeah. But, honestly, if it wasn't for you, I'd be at home, alone, downing martinis in the dark right now. Instead I have hope. Not tons of hope, mind you, but...just enough. There are times I even consider facing my future.
Griffin: Well, I am glad I could help you, but right now, I just -- I need to be alone.
Ava: For what? Why? To wallow? To indulge in a crisis of faith? You need somebody to talk to -- anybody. It doesn't have to be me. I'm just standing here right in front of you. You've listened to me. Why don't you let me listen to you?
Griffin: Because I have nothing to say!
Ava: I don't think that can possibly be true.
Griffin: It is true, because beyond feeling a profound sense of loss, I don't know what else there is to talk about!
Ava: Well, tell me. How did you get this way -- feeling so deeply for your patients? You know me. [Chuckles] Empathy has never been my strong suit, so I just... I'm curious as to how it happened.
Griffin: Okay. [Sighs] When I was a boy, things were pretty harsh. Watching my mom struggle and growing up without a dad, I-I had to keep my guard up.
Ava: We have that in common.
Griffin: Then I became an altar boy.
Ava: Of course, you did.
Griffin: I know it sounds corny, but it's the truth. And before you even ask, my priest was a good man. He treated us like we were god's children. I found comfort in God and -- and the church. I was able to see beauty in the world, and I came to believe that the priesthood would be my life.
Ava: And how did you become a doctor?
Griffin: At seminary, my superior noticed I was reading biology almost as much as theology. I-I needed to understand the how and the why of the human body and where the human soul fit into that.
Ava: Oh. Hence Neurology.
Griffin: Exactly. I thought my superiors would balk at the idea, but it was the opposite. They encouraged me to follow both paths.
Ava: That must have been tremendously challenging.
Griffin: And rewarding. I discovered that I could make a difference. When I doubted my calling as a priest, I always knew I-I-I could do something as a doctor. Even when patients died, I knew I could ease their suffering.
Ava: But Marisol...
Griffin: Marisol's different. I really thought -- I really thought that I could save that little girl, and I failed. It brought me back to how harsh things were when I was a boy -- like nothing ever changed, like I should have never let my guard down.
Ava: With all due respect, Father Munro, you really are missing the point.
Sonny: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to unload on you.
Dante: That's okay. I, uh -- I understand.
Sonny: I prayed so much that I don't -- I don't know if I can even pray anymore.
Dante: Hmm. I might, uh, stick around and say a prayer myself, might even light one of these candles here.
Sonny: I'm gonna go see Jason. [Grunts] [Sighs]
Kristina: It's okay, Scout. It's okay.
Kristina: Here's your bottle. Okay, not hungry. Um, how's the diaper situation? Shhh.
Parker: Kristina. [Chuckles] Wow. Quite a set of lungs on that one.
Kristina: Yeah, sorry. Uh, Parker, this is Emily Scout, "Scout" for short.
Kristina: She's usually a pretty quiet baby. I think she's, uh, wanting her mother.
Parker: Aww. I don't know if I ever told you this, but -- hi! -- I'm an aunt myself. Is it okay if I show you a little tip I learned?
Kristina: All help welcome.
Parker: Shh. Shh. [Gasps] There we go.
Kristina: How did you do that?
Parker: I just kind of, I don't know, learned to lift. You'll get the hang of it.
Kristina: Thanks. You just saved me a ton of money on aspirin and earplugs.
Parker: [Chuckles] Um... I heard this morning, there was, uh, a shooting at your father's warehouse, and your father was actually in some sort of danger?
Kristina: Yeah, it was pretty horrible.
Parker: [Exhales deeply]
Kristina: The man who was shot is my brother-in-law, Jason.
Parker: Oh, my goodness. I-I am so sorry.
Kristina: Yeah, I don't know how my sister's holding it together.
Kristina: I would be freaking out, but Sam's really strong. Anyway, I'm helping out by taking Scout for the day.
Parker: That's really kind of you.
Kristina: I don't think, uh, Scout agrees. In fact, she was pretty pissed before you showed up. So, that was, uh, quite a surprise running into you at The Floating Rib the other night.
Parker: Likewise, obviously.
Kristina: Yeah, well, I'm glad that you could move on from your divorce.
Parker: I don't know what you mean. I -- I'm not seeing anyone.
[Monitor beeping, oxygen hissing]
Sam: I don't know why I'm so worried. You always come back to me. And I know that you can hear me. [Sniffles] You're just not able to answer right now, so I'm gonna tell you a few things I think you already know. I love you...so much. And our children love you. They need you, Jason. I need you. I need you to fight for me, okay? You got to fight for our kids. [Sniffles] Please. We're fighting with you. [Sighs] [Chuckles tearfully] One more thing, in case time has passed you by. A year ago today... you made me the happiest woman alive. [Chuckles tearfully] Happy anniversary, my love.
Ava: I'm sorry to have to tell you this, but the world is a harsh place, and life is often lousy.
Griffin: Have you given any thought to the priesthood? You should.
Ava: Not all the time, of course. But often enough. We all face disappointment and loss.
Griffin: Of course, we do.
Ava: We all want things that are out of reach, even when we know better -- especially then! Take me, for example. [Sighs] Look at me! I want my face back. I want to be able to look in the mirror and not be reminded of every mistake, of every crime and sin, of every person that I've ever wronged. [Voice breaking] I know -- I know it's vain. I just want to be beautiful.
Griffin: Hey. You are beautiful.
[Kiss] Ava, stop. I'm sorry, but...
Ava: But what?
Griffin: There's been a misunderstanding.
Ava: Wait. No, you -- you just said --
Griffin: I told you you were beautiful, and you are -- a beautiful child of God. I never meant to give you the impression -- look, I've been trying to help you heal as a -- as a friend -- that's it. I'm terribly, terribly sorry if I gave you the -- the idea -- the wrong idea.
Ava: Just shut the hell up!
Kristina: That woman you were with at The Floating Rib, it looked like you were on a date.
Parker: No, no, no, not at all. Ursula's an old friend. She's lived in Port Charles for years, so when she heard I was moving here, she offered to show me around. It's pretty open-minded of the local rib joint to have a "ladies' ladies' night," so we decided to have a drink, catch up. Truth is, I haven't dated at all since my divorce.
Kristina: Why not? If you don't mind me asking.
Parker: Uh, it's not a secret. It, uh... it's just hard to articulate, I guess. You know, dating means starting over and considering a new future, which is great in theory, but it's really hard to accept that the life you thought you once wanted isn't right for you at all.
Kristina: I've been there. I mean, not there. A different kind of there, but... you -- you know what I mean.
Parker: That's actually one of the reasons that I accepted the job at PCU. I wanted to get away from my ex, all the memories there. I'm sorry, Kristina.
Kristina: For what?
Parker: I don't need to be burdening you with all of this.
Kristina: You're not burdening me. I asked.
Parker: Considering our history and the fact that I hurt you...
Kristina: Are we still dwelling on that? Aren't we past it?
Parker: Are we?
Kristina: Well, if we're not, then it's about time we started.
Parker: Well, okay. But I'm -- I'm really sorry that I hurt you.
Kristina: I know! I'm sorry I hurt you, too! There. Done and done.
Parker: Guess I was just so confused. I didn't know what to do about my life or my marriage, and... [Sighs]
Kristina: I was confused, too, you know, when I leveled unfounded accusations against you. Uh-oh. Looks like we're both, you know, flawed, messed-up human beings. Here's a thought. Let's not cling to that. And how about we just, you know, move on?
Parker: I'll try and follow your example.
Parker: Well, from the looks of it at the little soiree the other night, you found someone that you care about. I really hope that she's supportive of you, especially everything going on with your family.
Kristina: Uh, actually...
Valerie: Kristina. Hey.
Michael: Why would Dad blame himself? It's not like he forced Jason to be there.
Carly: No, of course not, but your father feels responsible, because he knew it would be very difficult, if not impossible, to retire.
Michael: So Dad left himself vulnerable, and this Petrov took advantage.
Carly: He was only doing what I asked him to do, Michael. [Voice breaking] All this is on me.
Michael: Mom, Mom, come on.
Carly: No, you don't know! [Sighs] Do you remember the night of the gun raid, the night that Kiki was shot on the pier?
Carly: Yeah, I went back there. I went back there later that night, and -- and the crates were still standing there filled with guns, and I lost it. I lost my mind. I was sick of the violence, and I was sick of the grief and the fear, and so I just started throwing the guns in the harbor. And your dad found me. I mean, I always [Chuckles] Thought I could handle it, you know? The violence -- I hated it. I was terrified of it, but I knew it was a part of the life I chose. But... ...after that night, I've been pushing your father to find another way, that he had to find another way. And then after Morgan was killed, I basically told him that if he wanted -- if he wanted to have a family, he was going to have to let go of the business.
Michael: Mom, that's not how the business works.
Carly: I know it's not, okay? I get that. I wasn't being realistic, and I wasn't being fair, but I wanted what I wanted, and your dad wanted to give it to me. And now all of this has happened because of that.
Michael: Mom, you cannot blame yourself.
Carly: [Sighs] Michael, if I hadn't forced your father's hand, none of this would have happened.
Sam: I loved our wedding.
Sam: I loved standing in front of Spinelli with our family and friends watching, promising to spend the rest of our lives together. I want to keep those vows, okay? I want to promise to love and to cherish you [Voice breaking] In sickness and in health. I want to grow old together, side by side, loving each other. [Sighs] As husband and wife. You can't leave me. [Sighs deeply]
Sonny: Any change?
Sam: Nothing yet. I tried to get him to squeeze my hand, but...
Sonny: You know, he's healing. It's just -- it's gonna take time.
Sam: [Breathes deeply] I talked to him, and I'd like to think that he heard me.
Sonny: If he's gonna hear anybody, it's gonna be you. Think I can go see him?
Sam: Yeah, of course. Hey, but the -- the... [Chuckles] The doctor said not to take too long, okay?
Sam: [Sighs deeply]
Sam: Hey. What's going on? Where's Danny?
Molly: Uh, he's playing with the kids in Peds.
Sam: What happened to the water park?
Molly: He, uh, wanted you and Jason to come. I told him that you were both busy and it was just gonna be our special day, but Danny wants to see his mom and dad.
Michael: You didn't force Dad out of the business, okay? That was his choice. And you didn't shoot Jason. So is any of this really your fault? Huh? Is it? Or are you just being overdramatic and making this about you when it isn't? Mom, how -- how is blaming yourself good for anybody else?
Carly: It isn't.
Michael: No, it isn't. So why don't we -- why don't we do something that might actually help, right? Why don't we -- I don't know -- sit at the hospital and bring Sam food that she won't eat or coffee that she won't drink?
Carly: You know who you sound like?
Michael: Yeah, Mom. I sound like you.
Carly: Jason. You do. [Chuckles] When you were younger, you know, I used to get [Chuckles] So wound up that I could talk myself into something crazy, and Jason would be the only one who could get through to me. You're so much like him. Or how he used to be, but [Chuckles]
Michael: Well, then take it from me, Mom, when I tell you that Jason is the last person who'd want you to blame yourself. He'd want you to be strong, and he'd want you to get through this.
Carly: You're right. And that's what I'm gonna do. Come on.
Michael: Okay, all right.
Lulu: I called the station. They told me that you went to the hospital, and then when I got here, one of the officers said that you went to talk to Sonny in the chapel. Where is he?
Dante: He's, uh, checking on Jason.
Lulu: But here you are.
Lulu: You okay?
Dante: Mm-hmm. Yeah, I was just thinking about how, uh, you know, Sonny looks at Jason as a brother. He always has. And me? I'm just, uh...
Lulu: His son.
Dante: I was gonna say the cop who got shot after I infiltrated his organization, but, yeah, same thing.
Lulu: And you're wondering how things might have been different if you had known him before all of that?
Dante: A part of me just wishes that I would have the relationship with my father that most fathers have with their sons. The kind of bond he has with Jason. But I know that's never gonna happen, so...
Lulu: Well, I get what you're saying. I do. But...
Dante: But what?
Lulu: Look at how much that friendship has cost them both.
Kristina: Hey, Val!
Valerie: Hey, babe. I picked us up some lunch from Kelly's.
Parker: Oh, I don't want to keep you from your lunch date.
Valerie: Parker, right?
Parker: Parker Forsyth. And you're Valerie?
Parker: We met the other night at The Floating Rib. It's good to see you again. I'm sorry we didn't get a chance to talk.
Valerie: Oh, don't worry about it. It was loud in there. So, how are you liking Port Charles so far?
Parker: Oh, well, so far, so good. Well, I should get going. I have a class to prep. Lovely seeing you. And, Kristina, it's always good to see you. I-I hope everything going on with your family turns out okay.
Kristina: Thanks. Me too.
Parker: Bye, ladies.
Valerie: Well, it's official: Parker is jealous.
Ava: A misunderstanding? The wrong idea?!
Griffin: I care for you very much as a friend. I never meant to imp--
Ava: How can any man -- how can any living human being be as a clueless as you are?! Are you so shut off from your own emotions that you don't understand the effect that you have on people?!
Griffin: I hope they see me as someone compassionate, someone who wants to help.
Ava: I don't know which of us is more foolish. You for not realizing how you were making me feel or me for deluding myself into feeling this way at all!
Griffin: Look, I'm sorry I gave you the wrong idea about my feelings! I never meant to hurt you!
Ava: No, you never meant to hurt me! No, of course not! You just wanted to be a good doctor, right? You want to be a good priest! Why don't you tell me something? Why don't you tell me when was the last time you actually practiced what you preach?
Griffin: I do that every day.
Ava: Do you? Every day, clinging to that little white collar, using it to shield you from anything messy, like emotion, like desire!
Griffin: I take my vows very seriously.
Ava: Ha ha! Yeah, sure, you do! When you're not screwing married parishioners! You know, you tell me that I'm hiding out in my penthouse. It's you that's hiding, and you're hiding in plain sight. Hiding from living! You know, even if you gave up that collar, it wouldn't even matter, 'cause there would always be one wrapped tightly around your neck, protecting you from any relationship but "friendship," because you're afraid. You're afraid to feel anything that isn't chaste, manageable! You're afraid to feel passion! You won't even let anybody touch you!
Griffin: You could not be more wrong. If anything, I feel too much.
Ava: You go through the motions of guilt. And compassion. And what you seem to think of as love. But it's garbage. Take it from an art dealer. You are no more human than a painting or a sculpture. You are a depiction of a man. And I am just so sorry that I wasted my time falling for this act of yours! But I've had it! I'm through with your pity and your false compassion and you! I'm done!
Kristina: You know what, "girlfriend"? I think you might be right. I think that Parker might actually be a little jealous.
Valerie: And is that what you want?
Kristina: Well, I know what I'm supposed to say: That I'm completely over Parker and that I'm moving on with my life and that her jealousy, or lack thereof, is totally meaningless.
Valerie: But since I'm the one posing as your girlfriend, you don't have to tell me what you're "supposed" to say. You can just tell me the truth.
Kristina: Well, the truth is, when it comes to me and Parker... ...I don't know what I want.
Lulu: You think that Sonny will stay in the mob?
Dante: Well, yeah. I'm afraid of that, yeah.
Lulu: Well, Sonny's got great instinct for getting what he wants. I think if he truly wants out, he'll make that happen. Then you could just be the cop son of a coffee-importer father.
Lulu: If that doesn't happen, you've got me and Rocco and Charlotte.
Dante: That makes me the luckiest man in the world.
Lulu: It does.
Sam: How many times can my kids [Voice breaking] Hear that one of their parents are hurt? I don't know what to say to myself. How am I supposed to know what to say to Danny?
Carly: Is there anything we can do?
Sam: Yeah, actually. Danny is in Pediatrics playing with the kids. And he's wondering where his father is, so I don't know what to say to him.
Michael: Okay, well, it sounds like Danny could use a distraction right now.
Molly: Yeah. I-I was gonna take him to the water park in Greenfield, but he said he didn't want to go.
Michael: Oh, really? Well, uh, maybe Danny will change his mind if I offer to take him down the super-soaker.
Molly: You'll come with us to the water park?
Michael: What, are you kidding me? I'm a God on those things. Come on.
Sam: Well, Michael is amazing.
Carly: He is. And now that Danny is gonna have fun at the water park, I'm gonna take you home so you can get some rest.
Sam: Oh, no, no, no, no. I couldn't.
Carly: Yes, you can. Yes, you can.
Carly: Because I'm gonna drive you and you're gonna shower and you're gonna get some food and you're gonna try and sleep. And then you're gonna come back here and be strong for Jason.
Sam: Yeah. Can't argue with you.
Carly: Come on.
Sonny: I'm sorry, Jason, for all of it. I mean, I know it's a little too little, too late, but, uh...
Sonny: I think I know what needs to be done.
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Bobbie: Missing necklace?
Sonny (to Carly): There's no gettin' out of this life for me.
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