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Episode #13901 ~ Nina gets an extravagant gift from Valentin; Sam enjoys a moment of happiness with Jason; Cassandra calls Valentin to ask about Finn.
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Nina: Hey. [Chuckles] What is this?
Valentin: Happy anniversary, darling.
Nina: That's very sweet, but you know our anniversary isn't for another three months.
Valentin: I will always cherish the night we were married, but the day I celebrate more than any other, that I cherish, is the day we met.
Valentin: Mm-hmm. You in that red dress, crouching in the hotel hallway, trying to pick up your key card.
Nina: [Chuckles] I was drunk.
Valentin: You were stunning. I'd never seen a woman like you before, and I never will again. I know we weren't able to mark the occasion when it passed, so how about do it now?
Nina: "Manifestly". What? You said that to me that night. You said, "I know it's manifestly none of my business, but I think your ex is a tool."
Valentin: I was right on both counts.
Nina: Yes, you were. Thank you for helping me open my door.
Valentin: Thank you for letting me in. Open it.
Anna: You ready for this?
Finn: And by "this," you mean hoodwinking a hypochondriac into believing I can cure what ails her?
Anna: Oh, nothing ails her.
Finn: Exactly. I'll be giving her false hope.
Anna: It's for a good cause, Finn.
Finn: "A good cause" -- your cause.
Anna: No, I told you. Cassandra Pierce, she fences stolen art and antiquities and jewels. Then she invests that money on illegal dealings on the dark web.
Finn: "Illegal dealings" could be running a puppy mill. It could be anything.
Anna: Well, yeah, I mean, I don't have all the details yet, but the WSB is investigating all her transactions, so...
Finn: I don't want to suggest to you how to do your job, but perhaps we should hold off on this whole undercover thing until you know what she's doing wrong.
Anna: I know enough! This is the best chance we're going to get.
Anna: "Ha" what?
Finn: This isn't about Cassandra. This is about Valentin. You're desperate to know how deeply entrenched he is in her world, and you're using this mug to find out.
[In St. Petersburg, Russia]
Ava: So, that's it. No more treatments? I go home, and I look like this for the rest of my life?
Dr. Klein: I didn't say anything about you going home.
Ava: So, then you do intend to finish what you started.
Dr. Klein: No. You'll never have another treatment.
Ava: I'm sorry. I don't understand. If you're not going to treat me, then what point is there in me staying here?
Dr. Klein: I love how you say that as though you have a choice!
[Cell phone ringing]
Jason: Hello? Who's there?
Patient 6: Who is this?
Jason: Who is this?
Nina: Valentin... it's gorgeous.
Valentin: It's not half as gorgeous as you.
Nina: I mean, it's so extravagant. It must've been a fortune. Unless, you know, you...
Valentin: What, stole it?
Nina: I'm asking.
Valentin: Nina, Nina, Nina --
Nina: I just, I mean -- listen, it popped into my head, and I just thought I should just check.
Valentin: My history may not be squeaky clean, but that's all it is, is history. And I'm going to do whatever I have to do to keep it that way. And nothing I've ever done will touch you or Charlotte.
Nina: Okay, you've said that.
Valentin: You don't believe me?
Nina: I believe you.
Valentin: Good. Can I put it on you now?
Nina: Yes, absolutely. You can put it on me.
Valentin: Just... it suits you.
Nina: It does?
Valentin: It's born to rest on that collarbone.
Nina: I feel bad I didn't get you anything.
Valentin: I don't need anything.
Nina: Yeah, but it's -- I don't need anything, especially something as extravagant as this.
Valentin: Your gift to me is your love, your forgiveness, your outrageous sense of humor.
Nina: Outrageous? Really? Some people don't get me. You get me.
Valentin: Your gift to me is you came back.
Nina: I did, and I'm never leaving you ever again, okay?
Finn: Admit it. Cassandra is just a means to an end. This is really about Valentin.
Anna: I never said that. Look, if you're going to be a spy --
Finn: I'm not gonna be a spy! This is a one-time gig.
Anna: Okay, well, the first thing you need to learn, then, is not to oversimplify, because people's motives are complex and sometimes even contradictory. Take Valentin, for example. Now, he has a daughter that he loves, a wife that he appears to be deeply committed to. Logic and prudence would dictate that he would sever all ties with his criminal past. He would lead a life on the straight-and-narrow. But...Valentin believes that he is smarter than everyone else. He's almost Machiavellian in his thinking. He thinks that the end justifies the means. So, if he believes that, ultimately, it would benefit Nina and Charlotte, he would go back into business with Cassandra in a heartbeat.
Finn: One question -- why does any of this matter to you?
Anna: Other than upholding the law, you mean?
Anna: Well... I am -- I'm partly responsible for who Valentin is. So it would follow that I'm partly responsible for what he does. So I can't really turn a blind eye when he uses his considerable talents to profit from human misery. So if he is back in business with Cassandra, then I'm gonna bring them both down.
Finn: If he's not?
Anna: Well, then I'll just settle for Cassandra.
Finn: Go -- go back a second, though. How are you responsible for who Valentin Cassadine is?
Anna: Yeah, that's none of your business.
Finn: Oh, I get it. I see. Don't -- just do what you're told. Don't ask any questions.
Anna: Mm-hmm. Yeah, just think of this as your shot at redemption.
Finn: I just think of it as blackmail, thank you very much. Speaking of which, I should probably get going.
Anna: Okay, now, remember -- what you have to do is endear yourself to Cassandra. And to that end...
Finn: What is it?
Anna: Well, it's customary to take a gift when you're calling on a lady.
Finn: Yeah, I know, but what -- what is it?
Anna: It's tea, herbal tea. It's -- it's, uh, special organic tea. It's compounded by hand to boost the immune system. She's going to love it.
Finn: It's not gonna cause another allergic reaction, is it?
Anna: I didn't put anything in it. It's tea! It's tea! Just -- it will actually do her good.
Finn: I suppose I'll have to take your word for it.
Anna: Just go! You're gonna be late. Go!
Ava: [Chuckling] This is a joke, right? I'm not allowed to leave the clinic?
Dr. Klein: That's correct.
Ava: For what reason?
Dr. Klein: For aiding and abetting Patient 6's escape. Aiding and abet--
Ava: What?! I picked up a paper clip, one, little paper clip!
Dr. Klein: One paper clip too many, apparently.
Ava: That man, he went through three of your orderlies like a knife through tissue paper. He would've escaped with or without my help!
Dr. Klein: Which is why he's so dangerous.
Ava: Is that supposed to be my problem?
Dr. Klein: No, it's mine. But now, thanks to you, we'll both be paying the price.
Ava: Look. I'm sorry. I am. I'm sorry, okay? And I promise you I will not touch any more office supplies for the remainder of my stay. Just, please, fix my face and let me go home!
Dr. Klein: I can't do that.
Ava: What you can't do is hold me hostage. I'm an American citizen. One call to the embassy will fix this.
Dr. Klein: With what? We've confiscated your phone, and you don't have access to ours.
Ava: Someone will come looking for me.
Dr. Klein: Nobody knows you're here! The address you filled out at customs was false. We're a very private clinic.
Dr. Klein: Don't worry. In time, you'll learn to adjust.
Ava: No! No! No! Aah!
Dr. Klein: You're going to regret that!
Patient 6: Look, I need to --
Jason: What the...
Man: Excuse us.
Man: Did you see a man come in here? He was probably wearing medical scrubs.
Griffin: Yeah, I did see someone that matches your description, but he left.
Man: Which way?
Griffin: Uh, I'm -- I'm -- I'm not sure. I, uh, I-I-I arrived, and he -- he saw me, and he ran out.
Patient 6: Thanks.
Griffin: Yeah, you're welcome.
Sam: Did GH call?
Jason: I don't think so.
Sam: But someone did?
Jason: Yeah, the number was local, but it wasn't in your contacts, so... I don't know who it was.
Sam: Okay, well, let's find out. Oh, well, find out.
Dr. Klein: I don't think you're grasping the severity of the situation. Patient 6 was my responsibility. I had strict instructions to keep him docile, to keep him here, and now it's all gone out the window. The man was on the equivalent to horse tranquilizers. He shouldn't have been able to form a-a coherent sentence, let alone plan his escape.
Ava: Well, you didn't put that in his chart, did you?
Dr. Klein: You think this is funny?
Ava: I think I'm being blamed for something I didn't do. And you're wrong, by the way. There is someone who knows where I am -- Valentin Cassadine. And sooner or later, he's going to realize that I've been gone for too long, and he's going to wonder where I am, and he's going to call you. And just what do you intend to tell him, Dr. Klein?
Dr. Klein: We'll come up with something.
Ava: Yeah, well, good luck with that. Valentin and I are close... obviously. Why else would he have provided a reference to this clinic? And when he finds out how I've been treated, well, let's just say you might want to rethink your decisions today.
Dr. Klein: Possibly. But Valentin Cassadine is the least of my problems. This is about survival -- mine, not yours.
Nina: Look at us. [Laughs]
Valentin: What? What?
Nina: Married couple, happy, in love.
Nina: Took us a while. All because of a one-night stand.
Valentin: They get a bad rap, you know that?
Nina: Yeah, I know. They do. They get a bad rap. I didn't know what all the fuss was about. You were my first.
Valentin: How was I?
Nina: [Laughs] What? Do you want a rating?
Nina: Really? Oh. Well... [Laughs] It was the best sex I ever had. And, not, you know, just because it was, like, this no-strings-attached encounter.
Valentin: Why didn't you ever have one? Don't tell me you weren't offered, because I won't believe that.
Nina: What? You know why. Because I came from this buttoned-up Manhattanite family. You know my mother thought that manners are more important than happiness. And then I was with Silas, and then [Sighs] You know? I was in a coma for 20 years, so that puts a wrench in things.
Valentin: I could imagine.
Nina: Yeah, but you know what I realize now?
Valentin: What's that?
Nina: Even though that first night was really incredible -- no names and no history --
Valentin: Unbridled passion?
Nina: Yeah. What we have now is better.
Valentin: It is, isn't it? However, you are wrong about one thing.
Nina: [Chuckles] What?
Valentin: Our first encounter was not a one-night stand, and I should know, because I've had quite a few of them.
Nina: Okay. Let's --
Valentin: No, no, no, no, no. I knew right away there was something special about you and that my life would never be the same.
Nina: You better kiss me right now, or else.
Valentin: Or else what?
Valentin: No, what?
Cassandra: I appreciate you coming.
Finn: Oh, well, I appreciate the invitation.
Cassandra: Can I get you anything -- coffee, tea, water?
Finn: No. I'm fine. Thank you. This is -- this is beautiful. I love your terrace. It's like a little Eden up here.
Cassandra: Better be, all the time I spend here.
Finn: I have the impression that you don't get out much.
Cassandra: Well, my energy level doesn't allow me to. So, you looked through the files I sent you?
Finn: All three volumes. You have quite a medical history.
Cassandra: That's one way of putting it. And? Are you like everyone else? You think there's nothing wrong with me -- it's all in my head?
Finn: Just the opposite. I think you have a real affliction, Cassandra, and I believe I know what it is.
Cassandra: You found something physically wrong with me? How is that possible when no one else has been able to?
Finn: Maybe it's my -- just my love of a good challenge, or maybe it's because I've been where you are.
Cassandra: How so?
Finn: Well, it's not exactly the same, but... I was once very ill and didn't know if I'd ever be cured.
Cassandra: What was your illness?
Finn: Blackwood's Syndrome.
Cassandra: I've read about that. You had Blackwood's?
Finn: Mm-hmm. So did my late wife.
Cassandra: Oh, no. I'm sorry.
Finn: I didn't find a cure in time for her but later for myself.
Cassandra: Hold on a second. You not only had the disease, you cured it?
Finn: I did. With a lot of patience and even more cursing, I finally broke the code.
Cassandra: That's very impressive. Why didn't you tell me sooner?
Finn: Oh, I'm not here to give you my résumé. I just -- just wanted to let you know I understand. I know what it's like -- the frustration of feeling sick all the time and the fear of thinking it's never going to end.
Cassandra: Thank you. Now, how do I get better?
Sam: Griffin Munro.
Jason: Oh. Well, maybe he put you in his contacts while he was treating you.
Sam: Yeah, maybe, or maybe he just butt-dialed me?
Jason: Uh, no, because he asked me who I was when I answered.
Sam: Oh, and you asked him right back.
Jason: I certainly did. How did you know?
Sam: [Chuckles] Because I know you.
Sam: What did he say?
Jason: Uh, not much. All he got out was, "Look, I need to" and then he hung up. And then he hung up, so...
Sam: What, do you think the call got interrupted, or he was trying to reach someone else?
Jason: Yeah, it's possible. Hey.
Jason: What's going on with the car?
Sam: False alarm. Literally.
Jason: You still fixated on this call?
Sam: I -- what if GH was trying to reach us? We both have been hospitalized recently.
Jason: Oh, well, just a little bit. "Just a little bit."
Sam: But seriously, what if Griffin was trying to reach us?
Jason: I hear you. It's worth giving him a call. Go ahead.
Jason: Hey, that was a good one, by the way.
Jason: False alarm? [Chuckles] Ha, ha.
Sam: I'll be here all week.
Jason: [Laughs] Good.
Griffin: Did you reach the person you wanted to? You're welcome to try again.
Patient 6: That's probably not a good idea. They could be tapping the phones by now.
Griffin: Who's "they"? Look, I-I-I understand you don't want to tell me anything, but please, just -- can you answer me one question? Were you a patient in a clinic nearby here? I'm -- I'm -- I'm looking for somebody.
Patient 6: 2 miles down the road, you hang a left at the fork. You'll see some trees on the right. Make a right turn at the dirt road there.
Griffin: Thank you. Look, I can tell you're in some trouble. If there's anything I can do to help --
Patient 6: I can handle it.
Griffin: All right, please, just let me --
Patient 6: What are you --
Griffin: Let me give you some cash, please.
Patient 6: No, no. You don't have to --
Griffin: No, I insist. Just -- if I don't, I'll never forgive myself.
Patient 6: I appreciate this.
Griffin: Good luck.
Patient 6: You, too.
Ava: Are you gonna kill me?
Dr. Klein: I'm a doctor, not a murderer.
Ava: A doctor who drugs patients within an inch of their life. Which is exactly what you're gonna do to me.
Dr. Klein: You've made yourself a problem.
Ava: Well, I'm sorry. I won't be anymore.
Dr. Klein: It's too late for that.
Ava: I will follow all of your rules here --
Dr. Klein: Too late! I'll be back soon. He'll be right outside your door.
Ava: Wait. Wait! Wait!
Ava: Can -- can we talk about this?!
Finn: I've gone over your case probably 10 times now.
Cassandra: Well, I hope you've squeezed in some sleep.
Finn: A little. And I can see why others have dismissed your symptoms as hypochondria manifesting itself as physical discomfort.
Cassandra: Oh, not discomfort. Discomfort is something you can live with. I've been in agony, which makes it all the more distressing that no one could figure out what was wrong with me. Until now.
Finn: Your condition is deeply systemic and neurological, Cassandra. It's almost impossible to pinpoint.
Cassandra: But you have?
Finn: If I'm correct, and I believe I am, it could be three or four ailments.
Cassandra: Which you can treat?
Sam: Wow, thank you. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. Okay.
Jason: So? Good news?
Sam: Um... Griffin's out of town, but I was able to talk to another doctor, and they had my test results, and I'm fine.
Jason: [Chuckles] High-five!
Jason: And a kiss. Must be a relief.
Sam: Yeah, definitely.
Jason: Okay, so where's the smile?
Sam: [Sighs] Forget it. It's nothing.
Jason: No, no. What's up? Come on.
Sam: I -- [Sighs] I've been doing some thinking.
Sam: Jason, I think I messed up.
Jason: What are you talking about?
Sam: I've been sending you these signals, right? No, it -- it's more than just signals. I've been blatantly telling you that we need to live a danger-free zone, that we have kids now. We have this new life, and that that old life can't exist anymore.
Jason: I agree with you.
Sam: But do you? I mean, really, do you deep down? Because the danger is what used to make you tick. It was literally like breathing for you. And if you're caging up that part of your soul just to make me happy, you're gonna die inside, and I can't -- I can't have that. I won't.
Stanislov: As promised. [Chuckles]
Patient 6: Why? Why what? You have no reason to help me.
Stanislov: You are in God's house shoeless and alone. He tells us to give aid to those people, hmm?
Patient 6: Thank you very much.
Stanislov: And now will you walk to the train station?
Patient 6: This is gonna make the walk a little easier.
Stanislov: Is there something else you need?
Patient 6: I mean, I can't ask you for anything else.
Stanislov: You are in house of God. It never hurts to ask, hmm?
Patient 6: I need to go home.
Cassandra: Did you just say you can't treat me, after all that build-up? Are you clueless or just cruel?
Finn: No, no. I'm -- I'm sorry. I-I apologize. I-I don't think I worded that correctly.
Cassandra: Try again.
Finn: Okay. Your condition is treatable.
Cassandra: Just not by you?
Finn: By me, just not here.
Cassandra: I don't understand.
Finn: Well, I'm not licensed to practice medicine in France. For me to treat you, you'd have to come to the United States, ideally, Port Charles, New York. Once there, I can run tests. I have access to my state-of-the-art lab, and hopefully, I'd be able to find a cure for you.
Cassandra: To leave Monaco -- [Sighs] My business is based here. I haven't been anywhere else in years.
Finn: I understand. But you understand there's no way I can legally treat you here. Tell you what. This is my card. If you change your mind, and somehow, you can come to Port Charles, look me up. I'd really like a crack at solving your medical mystery.
Nina: Has it sunk in yet?
Valentin: What? How incredibly lucky I am?
Nina: Well, that, yeah. But regarding Charlotte. No more custody battles, no more wondering when the next time you'll see her will be.
Valentin: Yeah, I look forward to getting back to a normal routine.
Nina: Well, I don't know about normal. Routine, yes. But normal --
Valentin: Damn straight.
Nina: Normal's for the birds.
Valentin: Stupid, normal birds. You know one of the things I love about you, why I'm so grateful that Charlotte has you for a stepmother?
Nina: 'Cause I'm weird?
Valentin: Yeah. Beneath the bombshell exterior, you are no stranger to adversity. You know what it's like to be shy, afraid, anxious.
Nina: Same with you.
Valentin: Well, I'm no bombshell.
Nina: Don't talk about my husband like that.
Valentin: You're gonna accept Charlotte for who she is. You have no preconceived idea of what she should turn into.
Nina: What do you think she's gonna turn into? What do you think's gonna make her tick? Is she gonna be artsy or athletic or a bookworm or boy-crazy? [Laughs]
Nina: We have a lot of adventures ahead of us, you know that?
Valentin: I know that.
Nina: I'm glad that Charlotte's a part of it.
Valentin: Let's just hope it lasts.
Nina: Why wouldn't it... now that Ava's out of the picture?
Valentin: Mm. Ava's just... one obstacle.
Ava: Come on. [Breathing heavily] Okay. Come on. You don't have to do this! We can work something out.
Dr. Klein: There's nothing to work out. You've inconvenienced the wrong person.
Ava: I'll pay you whatever you want.
Dr. Klein: It's out of my hands. I'm simply following orders.
Jason: Sweetheart, I don't know if you've noticed, but not counting numerous near-misses, I almost died twice in five years.
Sam: Yeah, thanks for reminding me. I-I definitely noticed.
Jason: Yeah. We can't live like that anymore.
Sam: I'm just saying that you don't have to give up.
Jason: Need you to listen to me. I was in a coma for four weeks, lying in bed, listening to you cry, hearing my children's voices, and I couldn't do anything about it. I couldn't comfort you. I couldn't make you laugh. I couldn't make it all right for all of you. And that is a very special kind of hell.
Sam: Yes, it was, for all of us.
Jason: And I don't want to revisit it.
Sam: I just want you to know that you don't have to do this for me. You --
Jason: When I came back, I made a mistake. I didn't stop to realize that the world moves on without you, and I tried to pick up where I left off, but sometimes you can't do that. Sometimes you have to move forward. You have to mature. You take on responsibilities. The life I had doesn't fit anymore.
Jason: And Sonny, yeah, he's my friend. He's always gonna be my friend. And I owe him a lot, but I don't owe him my life. And he doesn't own me. So the days of taking unnecessary risks -- honey, they are over.
Patient 6: I can't get into the details right now, but obviously, there are some people after me. I just need to get home, and I don't have a passport. Is that something you can help me with?
Stanislov: [Sighs] How much time do you have?
Patient 6: Not much.
Stanislov: Wait here. I maybe have way.
Anna: So, how'd it go?
Finn: How'd it go? How did it go? Well, Cassandra showed me her terrace. Uh, or is it a lanai? I'm never quite sure about that. Terrace, yes. Either way, beautiful view of the city.
Finn: Yeah, you should've seen it.
Anna: Next time.
Finn: Yeah, I don't think there's gonna be a next time.
Anna: Because...she's accompanying you back to Port Charles?
Finn: Because I don't think I'm gonna see her again.
Anna: You said that last time.
Finn: Yes, I know, but this time, I had to explain to her that I'm not licensed to practice medicine in this country and that if she wanted to continue with me, she would have to come back to Port Charles. She wasn't interested.
Anna: Be specific. I mean, what exactly did she say when you told her that you would have to treat her back in Port Charles?
Finn: "I'm not interested." And then something about all her business is here and that she hasn't left for years.
Anna: Okay. How did you leave it, exactly?
Finn: I gave her my card, and I told her to call me if she changed her mind. I wouldn't hold my breath.
Anna: Okay. Let's see.
Finn: What -- what's "we'll see"?
Anna: Mm. The little tea caddy I gave you?
Anna: It was bugged. So, we'll be able to hear anything within a three-room radius.
Finn: Uh...yeah, you would be able to hear it if I'd actually given her the tea.
Anna: What are you talking about? I told you to give it to her.
Finn: I know, you told me to give it to her as a gift, but I left the tin in the back of the taxi.
Anna: You're a terrible spy!
Valentin: The shared-custody agreement is just a temporary cease-fire. Lulu won't stop until I'm completely out of Charlotte's life.
Nina: Oh, she can try all she wants. She's never going to succeed. Seriously, the self-righteousness of Lulu drives me crazy. And I feel her pain. She thinks you killed her brother. And if it were J? [Scoffs] It's unimaginable. But she knows Nikolas was making questionable decisions about his life, and he'd just come back from faking his own death. So, for Charlotte's sake, Lulu should suck this up.
Valentin: Lulu subscribes to her take on the world and her take only. It's black and white. It's right or wrong. She thinks I don't know the difference.
Nina: But that makes no sense, because you always put Charlotte first. You love Charlotte so much. That's the first thing I noticed about you, notwithstanding the great sex. It's why I fell in love with you.
Valentin: Great sex?
Sam: I don't know if you remember this, but when we first got together... [Scoffs] Geez, I was a mess.
[Telephones ringing in distance]
Sam: Do you know you were the first person to give me the benefit of the doubt? Aside from my brother Danny. You made me want to tell the truth. And you made me feel safe. You, Sonny's enforcer.
Jason: Sonny's enforcer? I'm sorry. I don't know what you want. Do you want me to be Sonny's?
Sam: No. I-I don't know. I want you to be what -- whatever you are, and if it's that guy, then it's fine. And if it's not that guy, it's fine, too. But I don't want you to deny who you are just to make me happy.
Jason: That's not what I'm doing.
Sam: Are you sure?
Jason: Come here. You're right. There was a time when... being on the edge, yeah, it fueled me. That's where I wanted to be. It made me feel alive. But that was all about me. I'm a husband now. I'm a father. And there comes a time when a real man stops being selfish, and he takes on his responsibilities. So I want us. I want our kids. I want our couch. I want Noodle Buddha.
Jason: I want them climbing all over us. And I'm always going to protect you...
Jason: ...And our family. I want to be your man, okay?
Patient 6: [Sighs] God... ...thank you so much for bringing me this far. Please, help me get home to my family. Just keep them safe until I can see them again. Amen.
Finn: Did you really just call me a terrible spy?
Anna: Yes! If you were a field agent, you would've been just banished to research or -- or dismissed on the spot.
Finn: I'm not a field agent, nor do I have any desire to be one. In fact, it was very poor judgment on your part to even insert me into this little game of cloak and dagger, and I told you as much. So if you don't like how I play the game, well, that's on you.
Anna: Okay. Just calm down. Calm down.
Finn: I'm calm.
Anna: We'll just come at it from another angle, that's all.
Finn: Why? Don't you get it? This is over. By this point, Cassandra's probably shoved my card into a drawer if not thrown it in the trash, and we're never going to see her again.
Nina: I can't believe the beauty of this necklace.
Valentin: I'm glad you like it.
Nina: Like it? I love it.
Valentin: Well, that's even better.
Nina: Oh, my gosh. Wait. Is this -- is that really the time?
Nina: No. I have a meeting.
Valentin: Are you leaving me?
Nina: Um, yeah, but just for a little bit.
Valentin: All right, well, go get them.
Nina: [Chuckles] I always do.
[Cell phone rings]
Valentin: This is Valentin Cassadine.
Cassandra: So formal.
Valentin: Hello, Cassandra. What can I do for you?
Cassandra: You've been living in Port Charles for some time now.
Valentin: Yes, I have.
Cassandra: Tell me everything you know about Dr. Hamilton Finn.
Ava: [Grunts] Please, don't do this. I promise you, I won't be a problem for you anymore.
Dr. Klein: No, you won't be.
Dr. Klein: What the... [Muffled shouting]
Ava: Griffin! Oh, my God!
Griffin: Are you okay?
Ava: I am now.
Sam: Hey, I got you a seltzer.
Jason: Why, thank you.
Sam: That was a quick exam. What'd the doctor say?
Jason: Well... [Grunts] He says I'm going home.
Stanislov: It's safe. I have news. Ah, I thought maybe you choose to go on your own.
Patient 6: I've trusted you this far. Besides, I still don't know the way to the train station.
Stanislov: I maybe have better than train. But first, where do you want to go?
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