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Episode #13967 ~ Curtis and Jordan team up; Alexis and Finn bond; Julian is pestered; Anna continues her investigation; Robin reads between the lines.
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Proofread by Maddie
Sonny: Just admit it, Mike, you took the money! And I'll take care of the situation. I know this is the tip of the iceberg. You're in so deep. Last thing I wanna hear is someone calling me saying, my dad's dead in the street! How much do you owe?
Mike: Never changes, does it?
Sonny: I wish it would, Mike.
Mike: That's all I am to you, huh? Just an obligation I'm a mess you gotta sweep up.
Sonny: What happened to the money, Mike?
Sonny: Listen to me. I can cover the 10 grand. Over the years, I've covered a lot more than that. But you've got to be straight with me. Who do you owe the money to, and how much is the grand total, Mike?
Jordan: Dante? What are you doing here? I thought you were taking a few days off.
Dante: Uh, yeah, I was. I just, uh, wanted to follow up with the Orren embezzlement case.
Jordan: Well, we can monitor those cases for you. I mean, you're on leave of absence for a reason. Nathan was your partner.
Dante: Yeah, I know. I'm fine.
Jordan: You know, the department recommends that you speak with someone.
Dante: There's no need for that right now. My focus is Nathan's family.
Jordan: I hear you. My door's always open just the same.
Stella: That was good.
Curtis: Oh, yeah.
Stella: [Chuckles] Ah! Wait, no, no. There you go again! Now, you know you don't have to pay for my dinner every time.
Curtis: Um, well, you know, you -- after all, you did raise me, so it's the least I can do. But, Auntie, you need to be saving your money, really. Just in case Ned Quartermaine wins the election and Jim Harvey and his developer boys manage to take over this community.
Stella: Not going to happen. Today is the cutoff to register voters, and I'm not going to bed until I knock on every single door on the block. This is just a dinner break. I've been at it all day.
Curtis: Whoa, you -- alone?
Stella: Why not? Despite the pro-development propaganda that's been going around, Charles Street is perfectly safe. Oh, I should get a move on.
Curtis: Auntie, it's late. I-I don't know about that. Maybe -- maybe I should go with you, okay?
Stella: No, baby, I'll be fine. Thank you for dinner. Mwah!
Curtis: [Exhales sharply] Okay, well, uh, text me when you make it home, okay?
Stella: Nag, nag, nag! Bye!
[Cell phone chimes]
[♪Into the branches of my own life♪]
Curtis: Oh, damn.
Alexis: We really have to stop meeting like this.
Finn: Well, I can't help myself. It was a "meeting."
Alexis: Bada bing. If you ever want to quit your day job, you have that job in stand-up.
Finn: Oh, damn. I had all those hopes and dreams, too. It's a good thing I don't like the spotlight.
Alexis: Yeah, I can tell. I'm very perceptive that way.
Finn: Hi. Is this about the labs I need turned in?
Deanna: Oh, no, no. They're not in yet. I was hoping to speak to Ms. Davis.
Deanna: Um... I support you in the race for mayor.
Alexis: Thank you.
Deanna: And because I do, there's something you need to see.
Announcer: Alexis Davis claims to know what is right for this city, but how can she make the tough calls for Port Charles when she can't make the right choices in her private life. Can we expect her to be tough on crime when she married a known mobster, a man who confessed to numerous crimes, including racketeering and conspiracy to commit murder. Alexis Davis. Wrong about Charles Street, wrong about organized crime, wrong for Port Charles.
Kim: Hey, Charlie. [Chuckles] So, is your kitchen up and running? No more disasters?
Julian: So, we're still going with the Charlie thing, huh? You do realize my name's Julian, right?
Kim: Yeah, well, like I said, you seen more like a "Charlie" to me.
Julian: Okay. Okay, fine. Ironic, though, you know, because I just happen to have an order of avocado toast with your name on it.
Kim: Ooh, perfect. Because the last thing I want to do after I work a long shift is cook.
Julian: Mm. I see. So, these frequent visits of yours are just all about convenience, are they?
Kim: Well, let's just say that my son has a more active social life than I do.
Julian: Hm. Well...
Kim: And it beats eating alone.
Julian: Oh, listen, I'm happy to have the business, but I have to wonder, what's keeping you from getting a social life?
Kim: I haven't met anyone that I'm interested in yet.
Julian: Hmm. Well, this, uh, happens to be a bar. Perfect place to meet someone.
Anna: Oh, my god, Robin!
Robin: What are you doing sitting all alone in the dark?
Anna: Oh, honey.
Mike: On your mother's grave, I have not gambled in seven years. And I am proud of the chip that I earned!
Sonny: What happened to the 10 grand that you were supposed to deliver for Caruso?
Mike: I don't know.
Sonny: What --?
Mike: I-I made the drop on Sunday just like I always do.
Sonny: It's --
Mike: You think I'm lying.
Sonny: I don't know what to think. Caruso needs me. It's my influence that keeps his competitors off his back. Why would he tell me that you lost 10 grand when you didn't?!
Kim: Mmm. [Chuckles] Okay, that is what I'm talking about. This is delicious.
Julian: Good I'm really glad to see you again. When you didn't show up yesterday, I thought maybe you'd been scared away.
Kim: Scared away over what?
Julian: By the revelation that my daughter's married to your son's father.
Reporter: Mr. Jerome, can we get a statement?
Julian: What the hell's this?
Reporter: What's your response to the attack ad using you to target Alexis Davis?
Announcer: Paid for by the committee to elect Ned Quartermaine.
Deanna: I'm so sorry. That thing is going viral around town. And, I mean, I thought you should know.
Finn: Yeah, no, thanks for that, Deanna.
Alexis: Yeah, thanks for that, Deanna. This was off the whole time.
[Cell phone chimes]
Alexis: Diane. Warning me.
Finn: Well, look, don't let that get to you, all right? I mean, most voters know all politicians lie.
Alexis: It was very persuasive.
Alexis: In an ugly, bludgeoning sort of way. Well, it'll help the undecided voters vote. What say you?
Finn: Oh, well, if I'm being honest, I'm still registered at my old address.
Alexis: You aren't registered to vote here?
Alexis: Get in there.
Finn: Why? Where are we going?
Alexis: Down. Get you registered. I need all the votes I can get!
Jordan: You still working on that embezzlement case?
Dante: No, I just wanted to go through the desk here, clear it out so Maxie didn't have to worry about it.
Jordan: You don't have to do this right now.
Dante: Yeah, well, my partner has been killed, so I'm gonna be on desk duty, right? What else am I going to do? You know, when Nathan got here from Manhattan, a bunch of commendations. He was on the fast track with New York's finest. Then, he shows up here, I'm thinking, "what's this guy doing here." Want a quick promotion, does he just want the glory, and not have to do the work?" Then, he pulls out this mug. I was thinking, "well, at least we have that in common." We got to talking, and I realized maybe we weren't all that different after all. I know I could trust him with my life. Became like family to me. I come from a big, Italian family. I probably got five cousins around my own age, but I wasn't half as close with any of them as I was with him. It's this job, you know. No one gets another cop like another cop. And now, I just feel like I lost a brother.
Anna: Oh, I totally forgot you were coming tonight. I just --
Robin: Well, I would have reminded you if you'd answered any of my text messages. Thank god uncle Mac and Felicia told me you were okay. I was starting to get worried.
Anna: Yeah, I'm sorry. I've been distracted quite a bit.
Robin: Yeah, I can imagine. Maxie to lose her husband to Faison, of all people.
Anna: It's awful. I'm heartbroken for her.
Robin: Yeah, me, too. I mean, I didn't know Nathan very well, but I do know how happy he made Maxie.
Robin: So, here's what has to happen. We just have to be strong for the next few days, for her sake. And at the very least, Faison is out of all of our lives forever.
Alexis: You can take your sticker off now.
Finn: Thank you. I never want to be a walking billboard for civic responsibility.
Alexis: Right. All right, we both know that you have to be insane to go into politics, right?
Alexis: It's a prerequisite these days. Dirty business.
Alexis: But I never expected Ned to go that low.
Finn: Well, let's not assume that Ned endorsed that ad.
Alexis: You think his backers don't want him to get his hands dirty?
Finn: Well, it could be. Or maybe he just knew he wouldn't want to sling mud like that. These candidates, they don't always know what ad's out there. There's the PACs and these fundraising groups. They often operate independently. You know, let's just not assume that Ned would endorse an ad that was spewing so much nonsense.
Alexis: True. Except that everything they said about me was correct.
Reporter: Your pub is the focal point for the Charles Street protest. Do you feel your past has been weaponized against this movement.
Julian: Okay, you guys need to get out of here.
Reporter: What about your past affecting Alexis Davis' chances?
Julian: Let's go, let's go. No comment about any of that.
Curtis: Okay, you know what? You heard Mr. Jerome. The man said, "no comment." Now y'all got five seconds to get up out of here before I call the police. Some of us are just trying to have a nice evening. Come on! Let's go! Let's go! Come on! Keep it moving.
Kim: Okay, that was unexpected.
Julian: Yeah, you okay?
Kim: Yeah. You?
Julian: Yeah, yeah. Thanks. You, uh, have any idea what the hell that was about?
Curtis: Uh, yeah. I just saw an attack ad against Alexis. And you had the starring role in it.
Kim: Wait, Alexis Davis who's running for mayor? Why would they use you in the ad? [Chuckles] That's a long story. Maybe I'll, uh, tell you over dinner. Listen, I'm gonna duck on out of here before they come back with reinforcements. Hey, I'm gonna leave you in charge. Make sure dinner's on the house, okay, for this gentleman.
Curtis: You know what, I already ate, and I paid. So...
Julian: Dessert, on the house. This gentleman, right here. Hey, I'm gonna go get some dinner. You want to join me? I hate dining alone.
Anna: Sorry, I'm so sorry. I'm just really jumpy.
Robin: Is there something you didn't want me to see on the computer?
Anna: Yeah, yeah. I'm doing some research for the bureau. You know, it's confidential. So...
Robin: Oh, something having to do with Faison? Part of a forensic investigation? Maybe tracing his steps or seeing who he was in contact with? Maybe you're not really sure that he's gone?
Anna: Oh, he's gone. He's definitely gone. I confirmed that. No. Faison will never be a threat to any of us again.
Robin: [Sighs] You know how much I hate Obrecht. But for the first time, I feel like I finally understand her. She gave up Nathan to protect her son. Her son's welfare was more important to her than whatever twisted game she was playing with that freak. She was at least trying to be a good mother.
Dante: You know, when Morgan died, Nathan was there for us. He was great with my kids. He was great with Maxie's kid. That's why I knew he was gonna be an excellent father. And all I can think about is that kid that's coming that he left behind. And then, I can't stop thinking about, "what if that were to happen to me. What if Rocco were to grow up without a father."
Jordan: Go home, Dante. Go hug your kids tonight. Go be with your family. And tomorrow, we will honor your partner.
Man: Commissioner. We just got an assault on Charles Street.
Jordan: An assault? What is -- do we have a perp?
Man: Yes, ma'am. They're on their way in now.
Stella: Uncuff me this minute! This is ridiculous! Jordan, do something!
Jordan: Officer Hanson, what is going on here? I know this woman. This is uncalled for.
Stella: There he is! That's the man who tried to steal my purse.
Dante: Hold it, hold it, hold it. Are you sure you cuffed the right person, Hanson?
Roger: I want to press charges. That woman assaulted me.
Stella: Nobody assaulted you! I simply put my self-defense classes to good use! I bet you'll think twice before you try to mug another woman.
Jordan: Okay, hold on. Let's just wait a second here. Somebody want to walk me through this?
Stella: I will. I was on Charles Street trying to register voters and suddenly all the street lights went out. Then this reprobate came up from behind me and tried to grab my purse!
Roger: It was dark, okay? I only went up to her to see if she needed help crossing the street.
Stella: Did I look like I needed help when I clocked you in the head?!
Roger: See? She just confessed she assaulted me. Thank god the cops were nearby.
Stella: He is lying through his teeth! He tried to grab my purse, and I wouldn't let it go. And we struggled over my purse for ages before the cops showed up. What took you so long?!
Jordan: Okay, I've heard enough of this.
Stella: You know, you are a double disgrace -- attacking an innocent woman.
Roger: There's nothing innocent about you, lady.
[Cell phone rings]
Curtis: Hey, baby. What's going on?
Jordan: Hey, babe. Yeah, I'm gonna need you to come down here.
Stella: ...I will be happy to testify!
Mike: Don't ask me why Caruso says I didn't make the drop. You know, maybe one of his guys is skimming.
Sonny: I'll take care of Caruso later. You're a priority.
Mike: Well, as you can see, I'm fine.
Sonny: What were you thinking taking a job as a bag man?
Mike: I was thinking I need to earn a living. You know, my life choices didn't exactly set up an adequate pension.
Sonny: If you need money, all you got to do is ask. I've already offered you how many times to, you know, support you and you refuse.
Mike: Because that's not how it's supposed to work, okay? A son is not supposed to support his father.
Sonny: I have money, Mike. I'd rather give you the money than worry about what you're doing with the money.
Mike: You know, there's no problem. Until this week. Everything's been smooth as silk.
Sonny: Okay, listen to me, I want to stop all the problems before they start. So, why don't we work a deal. I'll offer you an allowance and I'll take care of Caruso later, okay?
Mike: Does that mean you'll be sticking around for a few days?
Sonny: Well, I mean, as soon as I settle -- you know, things settle down. I'm going to make some calls, and cut some checks, and everything will be fine.
Mike: All right, thanks. But, you know, you don't need to do that. I can take care of myself.
Sonny: I know, Mike, but I got this one.
Anna: You know, Obrecht came to see me right after Nathan had gone public about being Faison's son. Um, she was really drunk. Well, more to the point, she was terrified. And it's strange, you know, despite this bizarre obsession that, maybe because of it, she really understood the threat Faison posed to her son. And I should have paid more attention. I should have done something about it.
Robin: No, Mom, you are not responsible. This time, Faison didn't come for you. He came for his son.
Anna: No, he came for me. He was right here. I couldn't stop him.
Robin: Okay, but he's gone now. This whole nightmare is finally over. No more sick head games. Just peace.
Robin: Well, at least you didn't have to go through all of this alone.
Anna: No, I didn't. You know, it's really strange that, um, Jason and Sonny and I are a pretty effective team.
Robin: Under other circumstances, I would have to gloat a little bit about you not being too different from one another.
Anna: Okay, well, they were helpful. Let's not get carried away.
Robin: When I said, "you weren't alone", I was actually referring to Finn.
Alexis: Obviously, the information about me was slanted to suit their agenda. However, this "Committee to Elect Ned Quartermaine", well, they're not entirely wrong. I have made a bad choice or two in the past.
Finn: That's true. You're no saint.
Finn: Oh, do you want to be? I mean, I for one would be suspicious of anyone that came off as seemingly perfect. I mean, if you ask me, your past has only made you stronger. And one might argue that Ned Quartermaine, with his life of privilege, is no match for you.
Finn: Thank you.
Alexis: He is no match for me. If I can survive Julian, I can survive anything. There you go.
Kim: You. [Laughs]
[♪Oh, what are you waiting for♪]
Curtis: Aunt Stella, are you okay?
Stella: Oh, Curtis.
Curtis: What, what -- I knew you had no business walking by yourself late at night.
Stella: I'm okay, baby. And I don't know what they told you, but I am not to blame here. That man tried to rob me!
Curtis: Yeah, I'd like to have a few words with homeboy right now, actually.
Jordan: Okay, baby. Easy, easy, easy, easy, there. Listen, let's not -- let's not do anything stupid, okay? There's a discrepancy between their stories. We are clarifying that right now.
Dante: I got some bad news. The store across the street has a camera, but it went down around dusk.
Dante: -I'll keep looking.
Curtis: Yeah, I don't know what's going on, okay? But I do know my auntie ain't out here attacking votes. If she said it was self-defense, it was self-defense.
Jordan: No, of course. I know. I believe her.
Stella: Well, thank you, Jordan. Now, can I please get out of here?!
Jordan: Well, unfortunately, with, you know, no corroborating evidence, it's a matter of he said, she said. And since the so-called "victim" over here's injury kind of validates his version of events...
Stella: So what does that mean?
Curtis: It means, unless we can prove what really happened, this might not end well for you.
Sonny: Okay, it's all settled. Caruso's debt, taken care of.
Mike: It wasn't a debt. It wasn't anything.
Sonny: Okay, regardless, I just want to know we're on the same page. That I don't want you working for Caruso or anybody like him.
Mike: Okay. This still your drink of choice? [Laughs]
Mike: I figure if my son's gonna be bailing me out again, the least I can do is offer a toast.
Sonny: Works for me.
Mike: Hey, want a smoke?
Mike: I got some, you know, genuine Cubans.
Sonny: Maybe later. So, um, Rita's good to you?
Mike: Yeah. Yeah, she is. She -- she takes care of me and keeps me out of trouble. And, uh, she's a good woman. Think if I had maybe met her 10 years earlier, you know?
Sonny: Yeah, but maybe you wouldn't appreciate her. But now's the right time.
Mike: Who knew you were a romantic?
Sonny: Well, people grow.
Mike: Is that right? Here you are again -- taking care of your dad when he couldn't take care of you and your mom.
Sonny: Well, that's old news.
Mike: Sure. You know, when I -- when I quit gambling, when I got into recovery, I moved back here 'cause I figured I could make it on my own. 'Cause I... I never want to be a burden to you and Courtney.
Sonny: Courtney? I think you mean Carly.
Mike: Carly, yeah.
Mike: [Laughs] What'd I say? [Laughs] Sorry, it's been a long day.
Sonny: You know what, you know what? We got to let all that go -- whatever happened in the past and everything. It's just... [Sighs] We're here. We're together. We're family. And something that I've learned over the past year, there's nothing more important than that.
Anna: I'm sorry. I deceived you about the whole thing. Finn and I, we aren't together.
Robin: Oh, you broke up?
Anna: No, no, we were never together. It -- [Sighs] He was just part of an operation that I was running for the bureau. Finn was an asset. And we had to make everybody, including the target, believe that we were involved. And I don't know why I didn't, like, tell you when we wrapped the op. I-I don't know. Well, I guess, to be honest, I was -- I was -- I was stalling because I-I felt kind of ashamed, you know, for misleading you. And you and Emma and everybody, you all reached out to Finn. You all liked him. I didn't know how to tell you that it was all just pretend.
Robin: It didn't seem like "pretend" to me.
Kim: Dr. Finn! So good to see you outside of the hospital!
Julian: Dr. Nero, it's nice to see you, too. Of course, you two know each other, right?
Kim: Yep. Dr. Finn was very helpful my first week at GH. I kept getting turned around.
Finn: Oh, I got lost my first month there. It's like a maze.
Kim: Ms. Davis, nice to meet you. How's the campaign going? You definitely have my vote.
Alexis: Thank you.
Julian: Um, Alexis, may I have a word? Uh, Kim, would you mind grabbing us a table? I won't be but a minute. Thanks.
Kim: Sure thing, Charlie.
[♪Oh, what are you waiting for?♪]
Julian: Yeah, uh, it's -- it's a nickname. Uh, anyway, I just wanted you to know that I saw the attack ad and --
Alexis: You and everybody else.
Julian: Yeah, well, it was disgraceful. You don't deserve it.
Alexis: Thank you. Neither did you.
Julian: Yeah, I keep trying to make things right, even it means staying out of your life. But let's be honest. I mean, all these bad things are happening because of me. So, I wanted you to know I'm sorry. I'm sorry that no matter how hard I try, I keep hurting you.
Jordan: Sorry for the wait.
Roger: Finally, what's taking so long? Do I need to get a lawyer or something?
Jordan: Why would you need a lawyer? You're the victim, right?
Roger: Right, right.
Jordan: Here's the deal. I ran your name through the system because, well, I can. You're out on parole, correct?
Roger: Yeah, so what? I mean, I'm still the victim here, right?
Jordan: Listen, I'm gonna be looking for all the evidence that I can find, and if you're lying, I will find that. How do you suppose your parole officer will feel about you making false statements to the cops? Or how 'bout an attempted robbery charge?
Roger: Okay, hold on a minute. Just --
Jordan: No, I know. It's very complicated. I'm going to make it real simple. You decline to press charges, and I won't have to investigate this matter any further. It's your choice.
Robin: What I saw is you and Finn being authentically involved.
Anna: Right, yeah. Well, that was the point, you know -- to be believable. That was the whole point.
Robin: But, Mom, there's acting and then there's just being. And you guys were being a couple. You had this familiarity with each other like a -- you know, like, a shorthand.
Anna: Okay, if that's what you call, like, gritting your teeth and just trying to smooth over his catastrophic bluntness...
Robin: Oh, catastrophic?
Anna: I mean, look, it's one thing to have an opinion about something, and it's another thing to just Ė just spout off about subjects that you really don't know anything about, like, oh, say, for example, espionage. Let's just go with that. And then to ignore the advice of experts and just go off and -- and risk your life... [Sighs] I don't know what I have to say. It's, like -- it just feels so much better to have him back in his civilian role and off my conscience.
Robin: No offense, Mom. But who are you trying to convince, you or me? 'Cause, from where I'm standing, neither one of us is buying any of that. So, why don't you just own up and admit, that you have feelings for Finn.
Kim: You mind telling me what's going on with those two?
Finn: Oh, Julian didn't tell you? Like, I mean, I don't know the whole plot, but I know Alexis is his ex-wife.
Kim: No. No, he didn't tell me.
Finn: Oh, okay.
Alexis: Well, thank you for the apology, but that ad was not your doing.
Julian: Yeah, well, the ad wouldn't have existed if I hadn't done what I -- what I did to you. So, I'm sorry that my bad choices are being used against you whenever it's convenient, especially at a time when you're trying to do something important. And for what it's worth, I think you'd make an excellent mayor. And I'm going to do everything in my power to help get you elected.
Alexis: I don't suppose you'd like to endorse Ned...
Julian: Oh, well, that might be asking a little too much.
Alexis: Well, you know, thanks again. And, uh, I can fight my own battles. Enjoy your night.
Julian: You, too.
Finn: [Sighs] You okay? Want to go somewhere else?
Alexis: I'm fine. Let's just enjoy our evening.
Anna: You must be so tired. I mean, you just traveled. Y-y-you -- if you need to turn in, I totally understand.
Robin: No! No, I'm actually not sleepy at all, but I am starving! Ugh! Airplane food.
Anna: Okay, well, I have a lot of menus. We can order in.
Robin: No, no, no, no. I'm gonna take my bag and put it upstairs, and then we are going out.
Anna: I went shopping. I have actual groceries in the fridge.
Anna: I mean, I can make grilled cheese or...
Robin: Hmm, tempting, but no. I can see you've been cooped up in this house all day, and I was stuck on an airplane. So, we both need to get out. Mom, I'm sorry. I-I'm not trying to get into your business, but you seemed genuinely happy with Finn. And he seemed genuinely happy with you. So, why not just stay open to new possibilities? Faison is out of your life for good. There might be a chance at a new beginning.
Curtis: What's the word?
Stella: Oh, lord, what now?
Jordan: Stella Henry, you're free to go.
Stella: Oh, well, it's nice to see justice prevail. Now, who do I see to press charges?
Curtis: Oh, Auntie, pump the brakes.
Jordan: Yeah, I just convinced Mr. Calvin not to press charges. We don't want to do anything to escalate it, okay? I mean, plus, look, the evidence doesn't look too good for you, either.
Stella: So, you're just gonna let that thug back out on the street?
Jordan: Until I can find something on him, yes. We'll keep an eye on him. Trust me. Um, officer Hanson, can you take Ms. Henry to fill out the necessary forms so that she can reclaim her purse?
Curtis: I'll be with you in a minute, okay? So, what are the chances that the streetlights and the cameras spontaneously shut down.
Jordan: Uh, I'm gonna say zip to none, yeah. But listen, there's no basis for the department to actually investigate this further, so... but, I mean... you can.
Mike: Well, I'm gonna go set up the guest room, okay? It's not much, but it's clean.
Sonny: I'm sure it's fine, Mike.
Mike: And help yourself to whatever you want at the bar. And, uh, pour one for me, all right? We got a lot of catching up to do. All right. And, ah! And there's chili on the stove.
Sonny: Who's recipe?
Mike: [Chuckles] Are you kidding me? Huh? Ruby Anderson.
Mike: Huh? I didn't work all those years at Kelly's and not memorize the specialty of the house.
Sonny: [Sighs] Maybe after dinner. [Sighs]
Kim: She's your ex-wife?
Kim: Am I the only person in town who didn't know that?
Julian: Oh, I'm sorry. I guess it just never came up in conversation.
Kim: You are full of surprises, Charlie.
Julian: Oh, well, not all of them good. That attack ad that Ned's campaign put out, it took full advantage of the truth about my checkered past.
[♪And then we could escape♪]
Kim: So, how much of your past is criminal?
Julian: I did some time. Several times. So, you know, if you want to leave, I completely understand.
Kim: I'd be lying if I said that my dream date was having drinks with an ex-con. But my family believed in the power of redemption. So, if you have paid your debt to society, and you're committed to living your life as a law-abiding citizen, then I don't know. I don't think you should have to pay for your mistakes the rest of your life. But you are committed to living on the right side of the law, aren't you?
Julian: Totally committed. So, what are you thinking?
Kim: I'm thinking the next round's on you.
Finn: Look, you sure you don't want to get out of here?
Alexis: No. I am not gonna duck and run every time I run into him. But you can run, if you'd like. I wouldn't blame you one bit.
Finn: Well, I'm not going anywhere. On second thought, there is something to be said for ducking and running.
Robin: Tell me again how this is just a work relationship?
[♪If we could escape but we're not allowed♪]
On the next "General Hospital" --
Drew (to Alexis): If Aurora Media were to endorse you, it could tank your entire campaign.
Mr. Harvey (to Julian): My offer is still on the table.
Nina (to Anna): If you have any business with my husband, do it later!
Lulu (to Peter): I still donít know a thing about you.
Sonny (to Mike): What was the ten thousand dollars doing in your cigar box?!
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