GH Transcript Monday 2/19/18

General Hospital Transcript Monday 2/19/18


Episode #13976 ~ Jason is pitted against Drew; Anna pays Maxie a visit; Peter changes his mind; Alexis is caught off guard; Sonny confides in an old friend.

Provided By Suzanne
Proofread by Maddie

Julian: Hey. Curtis, what's going on?

Curtis: I got to tell you, man, Charles Street is lit right now. I mean, it's hopping. You got lines at the polls, folks on the corner canvassing for both Ned and Alexis.

Julian: Yeah. People are pretty invested in this election.

Curtis: You know what, man? It's more than just choosing a new mayor. The future of this neighborhood rests in the balance.

[Camera shutters clicking]

Molly: Okay, and make sure everybody knows that if they are in line when the polls close, they will still be allowed to vote. Okay, sweet. Hi. Can I get two Julian's girlfriend coffees to go, please?

Curtis: Julian's girlfriend coffee? What the hell is that about?

Julian: Well, my friend, Kim, got me to serve these coffee drinks called cortados. I can't tell which one Molly likes more. The drink or the fact that I have a new, um, "friend."

Griffin: Now, earlier, I asked you to repeat three words. You remember what those were?

Mike: Uh...sure. [Laughs] They were... There was, uh... Light. Yeah. There was light and... [Sighs]

Griffin: You know what? You're doing great. Let's -- Let's move on. I'm going to show you a series of drawings. You simply have to tell me what you see, okay? How about that?

Mike: Well, okay, but you know, if it's those ink blot things, they all look like butterflies to me, I swear. Nothing weird.

Griffin: No, no. No, it's no deep look into your psyche. You simply look at the drawings and tell me what they depict, okay?

Mike: Okay. Uh... Cat.

Griffin: This?

Mike: That's a cow.

Sonny: Don't rush, Mike. Just take another look.

Mike: I know a cow when I see one.

Griffin: Okay. You know what? You're doing great. How about we move on?

Mike: Yeah, let's -- let's get this over with.

Peter: There's no apology from me that I can make that'll fill the hole that your death has left in Maxie's life. [Sighs] And your baby's life. I never intended for you to get hurt, little brother. I never imagined it would end up... like this. Yet here we are. [Exhales shakily] The only small amends I can make is to leave Port Charles and take our father's twisted legacy with me. But that won't bring you back. I just wish there was... something more I could do.

Maxie: I think that you've done enough.

Sam: This is just another one of Faison's mind games.

Anna: Yeah. They were always designed to cause the maximum suffering and destruction. Even from his grave, he's pitting the two of you against each other.

Drew: For one of us to get what we want, the other one has to die.

Sam: You see what he's doing, right?

Drew: Yes.

Sam: Mysterious letters and stuff hidden in a safe? It's a crock. There's no proof that Faison left any answers. He's just trying to have the two of you destroy each other.

Anna: Exactly. I mean, if he could get satisfaction in Hell, this would be one way that he would do it.

Griffin: Mike, I am going to say three numbers. I simply want you to repeat them back to me in reverse. 7-4-2.

Mike: 4-2-- Uh, wait. That's not right. Um... Can I get some water, you know? I am so thirsty, I can't even focus.

Sonny: Yeah, I'm going to get some bottles of water. You want some -- You need anything, doc?

Griffin: Uh, no, I'm okay, thank you.

Sonny: You two going to be good?

Griffin: Yeah, we'll be good.

Sonny: Mike?

Mike: Yeah, yeah, piece of cake.

Sonny: Okay, I'll be right back.

Mike: 2-4-7.

Curtis: Hey, babe.

Jordan: Hey.

Both: Mwah.

Jordan: I love that. Oh, my goodness. I cannot believe how busy the polling place was. Your Aunt Stella has those volunteers just -- just running like a machine. Thank you. And TJ -- TJ is -- He is helping and escorting the elderly. There's kids canvassing.

Curtis: [Laughs] Democracy in action.

Jordan: Yeah.

Curtis: There's nothing better.

Jordan: Hey, have you seen Alexis? I stopped by her headquarters next door just to, you know, give her a little last-minute support from the police union, and Molly said that she was here. Have you seen her?

Curtis: I have not seen her.

Alexis: [Muttering] I'm very honored and humbled to -- Ooh. I did my best.

[Door opens]

Julian: Hey. So is this where all the new mayors hang out?

Alexis: [Normally] It's a zoo in there.

Julian: Yeah. Yeah, I hear it's still too close to call.

Alexis: Nothing like constant suspense and the dread of public humiliation.

Julian: [Chuckles] I've seen you do this near the end of a big case. You get all worst-case-scenario not wanting to jinx it.

Alexis: Well, worst case scenario is just that. I very well may lose this race.

Julian: Or you could win. So, which speech are you working on?

Alexis: Victory. Concession.

Julian: [Laughs] You always did want to win both sides of every argument.

Alexis: You can't fault me for wanting to be prepared.

Julian: No. I can't fault you at all.

Olivia: Oh!

Ned: You know, we should have just gone straight back to campaign headquarters. I can't hide out here forever.

Olivia: You're not hiding out. You just need to take a minute, somewhere where you don't have to be the cool, confident candidate.

Ned: I can't believe it. Alexis and I are still in a dead heat.

Olivia: Yeah, well frankly, I'm a little bit relieved. I mean, I know that you didn't have anything to do with that mudslinging ad, but the special interests ran it on your behalf. Kind of relieved that it doesn't seem to have had any impact.

Ned: Well, don't be so sure. The pollsters show that Alexis is the underdog. She's definitely getting the sympathy vote. I could very well lose.

Maxie: I only wish that... I said this sooner, but... thank you.

Peter: What?

Maxie: You saved me and my baby that day. And if Nathan were here, he would thank you, too.

Peter: There's no need. Maxie, I am so sorry.

Maxie: I know you are.

Peter: Careful.

Maxie: All these flowers. I should feel honored, right? Instead, I'm just annoyed. Is it selfish to not want strangers near him?

Peter: No, not at all. I'll give you some time alone.

Maxie: You know, I... I come here to be closer to Nathan. Only, it doesn't really help. Staring at his grave doesn't make me feel any closer to him. It just makes me want to go home, but he's not there, either. I can't shake this feeling that if I could find that one right place to go, Nathan will be there. It's not rational, I know. I know that Nathan is dead, but then it's like I don't.

Peter: Grief, it's... Grief is a tough thing for the mind to accept sometimes.

Maxie: Thank you.

Peter: I didn't do anything.

Maxie: Exactly. You didn't try to offer me platitudes or just tell me time will heal my pain or that Nathan wouldn't want me to be sad. You're the first person who hasn't tried to make me feel better.

Peter: I'm not someone that can make you feel better.

Maxie: No, but neither is anyone else. Only Nathan coming back could do that. How am I gonna do this without him? God, coming here was a mistake.

Peter: Would you mind if I take you home?

Maxie: Please.

Jason: Could you read through the provisions again?

Drew: Is there something you think you might have missed?

Jason: I just think we should hear it one more time.

Anna: Sure.

Diane: If there are no objections.

Anna: No.

Drew: No.

Diane: "To AnDrew Cain, I leave the one thing you want more than anything else -- a way to restore your memories. A detailed account of Dr. Maddox's research, including a way to reverse the procedure, has been sealed in an envelope and locked in my safe. The executor of my will shall release these notes to you once certain parameters have been met. To Jason Morgan, I leave the alias and last-known whereabouts of my son, Henrik, the man who kept you alive for his own purposes. This information has been locked in the safe with Dr. Maddox's notes. Its whereabouts are known only to the executor of my will in Denmark. This information shall only be delivered to either party upon the death of the other."

Sam: No, no, like I said, these are just words. Faison is dangling what he knows you want. Andre made one copy. It's lost.

Anna: No, she's right. He would get as much gratification out of the two of you chasing letters around the world as he would from one of you killing the other. He never cared much for the truth, but he did relish his ability to make everyone search for answers.

[Cellphone dings]

Alexis: Molly's looking for me.

Julian: Yeah, she was in earlier for coffee. You know, she's off the charts proud of you.

Alexis: She's my daughter.

Julian: Don't do that.

Alexis: What?

Julian: Don't take away from what you've accomplished here. You know, stepping in for Laura after she dropped out of the race, galvanizing an entire neighborhood and surviving all that crap that was thrown at you because of me?

Alexis: It's really not that big of a deal.

Julian: I think it is. And I know it's not really my place to say, but, uh... I'm really proud of you, too.

Alexis: Thank you.

Julian: Well... [Clears throat] ...I, uh, I'm gonna miss having you next door, Madam Mayor.

Alexis: I'm not mayor yet.

Julian: [Scoffs] Only a matter of time.

Sonny: How's it going?

Mike: Good. Next, we're gonna play Simon Says.

[Cellphone dings]

Griffin: Excuse me, guys. Pardon me, I have to tend to this real quick. I'll be right back.

Sonny: Did I tell you? There's a new place opening up on Irving? Best Cuban sandwiches in the world north of Miami?

Mike: Yeah. Don't you see that these tests are pointless?

Sonny: Ahh.

Mike: I mean, repeating numbers and words backwards? Stuff -- who cares if I miss a few things, you know? It should be expected at my age.

Sonny: Griffin is as good as they come. He's gonna tell us what we need to know.

Mike: I don't need to know anything, okay? I mean, I'm only doing this because Robin asked, and she's such a sweetheart, I just don't want to let her down.

Sonny: I appreciate you coming, Dad.

Mike: Yeah, yeah, yeah. It's just taking too long. I mean, you... you must have things to do. You know? Uh, you can go. I don't need a babysitter.

Sonny: I don't need to be here, Mike. I want to be here. I set aside the whole day so we could spend time together. I'll take you to the Cuban restaurant. You want to go to the Cuban restaurant?

Mike: Forget the food. I need a Scotch.

Sonny: We'll do both.

Griffin: Hey. Sorry about that, guys.

Mike: It's okay. We should be done here by now, right?

Maxie: You can come in.

Peter: I don't want to intrude.

Maxie: I wouldn't mind someone to talk to.

Peter: All right.

Maxie: It's not just me, is it? You can feel him here, too?

Peter: I can tell the two of you had a happy life here.

Maxie: The best.

Jason: You must have an address for the executor.

Diane: If only it were that simple. The solicitor of record died shortly after these papers were filed.

Anna: Well, then, how did you come by them?

Diane: Because they were delivered to me by messenger from a bank in Switzerland.

Drew: There has to be a contact.

Diane: The bank claims they have no further information.

Drew: Then who would trigger the letter if one of us happened to die or kill the other, as Faison hoped?

Diane: Faison must have left a person in place, but there's no indication of who it would be.

Sam: Something else he took to his grave.

Drew: You know what? I think this is a waste of time. I think you and I should go.

Sam: No, no, no, no. I think we should stay and at least hear the rest out.

Diane: Let's move on to the next bequest, shall we? [Chuckles] Faison left this to you.

Jordan: So, are there any updates?

Molly: Well, it's still too close to call, but everyone is still in line at the polls, so that's a good thing. And we did more to get out the vote than Ned's people did. I just know we're gonna win, Mom.

Jordan: Listen to your daughter. Soon it's gonna be official that you're the next mayor of Port Charles.

Ned: I congratulate everyone who worked on both campaigns and, of course, to everyone who voted. Very important.

[Door opens]

Olivia: Hey, look who's here.

Ned: If I could take a moment --

Jim: Hey, hey!

Ned: Oh, hey, hey. Jim.

Jim: Just came by to check on our candidate.

Ned: Oh, yeah, well, don't get too excited. The race is still too close to call, and Alexis has quite a substantial ground game. Her supporters are still out there, knocking on doors.

Jim: Hey, haven't we learned that a few key votes in a few key districts can make all the difference?

Olivia: Yeah, Jim makes a very good point. Of course, Alexis's numbers are great down in the Charles Street district, but out here in Harbor View? Your numbers are through the roof.

Jim: This election's far from decided, okay? Why don't you say we just have a drink, sit down, and keep an eye on the race together?

Grifin: Okay. The tests are all done.

Mike: Thank God. Nothing personal.

Sonny: So what do you think?

Mike: Vitamins and exercise, right? Maybe a little more rest.

Griffin: Look, it's always good to stay active. I can't quite give you a diagnosis yet. There are a few more things I want to rule out. If you wouldn't mind, I'd like to send you down the hallway, get you a CT scan.

Mike: Ooh, yeah, no, I'm sorry. That'll have to wait for another day. My son and I are overdue for a meal.

Sonny: No, no, no. We're here, so we might as well just do it now. We just -- just wrap it up right now.

Mike: Put this to bed then, right? Okay, fine.

Griffin: Good, good, I'll go get with the nurse. She'll set you up.

Sonny: Thanks for humoring me.

Mike: Yeah. Yeah, yeah.

Sonny: I'll be right back. You okay?

Mike: Yeah.

Sonny: Okay.

Mike: [Sighs]

Sonny: All right, Griffin. Go ahead and tell me what's wrong with my dad.

Griffin: Sonny, you know I can't discuss any details about your father's health without his express permission.

Sonny: I understand. No details. Can you give me a general idea?

Griffin: Sonny... Look, the CT scan should tell us a lot, okay? As of now, I think you are -- you are correct in being concerned about the state of your father's cognitive abilities.

Maxie: You have a unique connection to Nathan.

Peter: I do?

Maxie: You were there when Faison shot him.

Peter: I was on the floor when Nathan got shot.

Maxie: Yeah, but you were there. You tried to stop the bleeding just like I did. Heard him trying to tease me.

Peter: I did.

Maxie: I think I knew then -- I didn't... want to know, but I think I realized at that point that Nathan was dying right in front of us. You know, I don't even know why you were there that day.

Diane: This is the statue of the Norse goddess Freya. Freya is the goddess of fertility, beauty, love, and death.

Sam: That's so creepy.

Anna: Well, it's classic, really. It's just a reminder of his sick obsession with me. I don't want it.

Diane: At the very least, you should have it appraised. Even if it is a reproduction, you might get some decent money for it.

Anna: Okay, sell it, and give the money to charity.

Diane: You name the charity. I will facilitate.

Anna: Great. Is there anything else? Because so far, Faison's managed to insult Britt. He's put the two of you in an untenable position and left me a token that I want no part of. Are we finished here?

Diane: Almost. The remainder of Faison's estate, he is leaving to his son.

Curtis: So, I did some additional digging into Roger Calvin. You know, the punk ass that mugged my Aunt Stella?

Julian: Yeah. And?

Curtis: Well, turns out, I found something very interesting about the dude.

Jordan: Hey. Hey, I told you I wanted some answers. Anything you say in front of Julian, you can say to me.

Curtis: Yeah. Okay. Two equal, sizable amounts were deposited into the guy's account. One the day before the mugging, and one the day after.

Julian: So I was right. The guy's a hired gun.

Jordan: Yeah, but why pay someone to mug Stella?

Curtis: I have a theory.

Sonny: So what are you looking for? Hypothetically? If there was a man of a certain age, he was gonna have a CT scan, what would it tell you?

Griffin: Hypothetically?

Sonny: Yeah.

Griffin: The scan should rule out several possibilities. Okay, mini strokes can affect cognition as well as visible trauma. The patient's medical history is also very important.

Sonny: Well, I can't help you with that because Mike wasn't around when I was a kid. We reconnected when he came to Port Charles. He lived here for a while, but we hadn't really been in contact. Just sporadically since he moved to Brooklyn.

Griffin: Okay, are you... are you aware of any recent falls that he may have had?

Sonny: No. I mean, he hasn't said anything. He has a lady friend, Rita. She didn't mention anything.

Griffin: Okay, what about head trauma? Has he ever boxed or played football?

Sonny: Well, Mike's had a... He's had a rough life. He's been in plenty of fights. There were some Russians who beat him up pretty bad once.

Mike: Sonny.

Sonny: Yeah?

Mike: Oh, can you hold this watch for me? I don't trust the lockers here. You know, things -- things can disappear.

Sonny: Yeah, I can do that.

Mike: Yeah. Your mother gave me this watch. All these years, no matter how bad it got, there wasn't a payoff big enough in the world to make me pawn it.

Sonny: I'll make sure nothing happens to it.

Mike: Good man. Adela deserved better than me. So do you. Hey, let's get this going here, huh? The draft in this thing is murder.

Griffin: Sure. Come on, Mike. I'll walk you down.

Peter: I was dropping off changes to the latest budget that Nina submitted. She'd been fighting me tooth and nail on those cuts. That's when Faison showed up.

Maxie: If you hadn't needed to drop off that budget, Faison would have kiDNApped me.

Peter: I'm just glad coincidence put me in the right place to help you. I just wish I could have done more for Nathan.

Maxie: I remember... Nathan lying there... bleeding. Then Faison grabbed me. He was gonna drag me away. That's when you showed up out of Nina's office with that cop's gun. That's why Faison took off, because of you.

Peter: Don't make me sound like some kind of hero. I don't know what I was doing.

Maxie: But you did it anyway. And that's what a hero is. You know, when nothing makes sense or you're scared, you find a way to do the right thing. Nathan was a hero, too. I mean, he had the benefit of being a cop and going to the academy, but training can only get you so far. When it comes down to it, it's about whether or not you're willing to put yourself on the line for other people. Nathan did that every day, and you did it for him on his last day. So thank you.


Jason: The -- The will mentions Henrik? What -- What's it say? Is there any indication of where he lived at the time the will was made?

Anna: Okay, hold on. We all know that Faison had two sons -- Henrik and Nathan. Which one is the beneficiary?

Diane: The will doesn't specify.

Drew: Faison wasn't aware that Nathan was his son until recently, so if the will is old, he must have meant Henrik.

Diane: This is dated January 13, 2018.

Sam: Wait a minute. I think that's when our company ran that article that Lulu wrote linking Faison and Nathan.

Drew: I think you're right.

Anna: All right, so we know that he had no use for Henrik at all. Then he must have intended for Nathan to be the heir.

Sam: Okay, so then does the estate go to Maxie?

Diane: Well, she definitely has a claim, but since the son was not named in the will, Henrik could claim that the entire thing belongs to him.

Drew: He'd have to come out of hiding to claim it.

Anna: So I'm planning on going to see Maxie today. Can I talk to her about the will, if you have no objections?

Diane: None, absolutely.

Anna: All right, I'm gonna go, unless there's more.

Diane: No. That is the last word from Cesar Faison.

Drew: Oh, I wish it was. This will is just the next move in his game. The man is still taunting us.

Curtis: A guy gets paid to mug Stella, and then he just skips town? That's some big guns going after my little aunt.

Julian: Which begs the question -- What makes her that important?

Curtis: Where was Aunt Stella when you last saw her today?

Jordan: She's been manning the polls all day.

Curtis: That's right, and the day she was mugged, she was out canvassing for votes.

Jordan: Which means Stella wasn't the main target.

[Door opens]

Staffer: Only an hour left until polls close.

Molly: Yes, and exit polls are holding steady, so it's still too close to call, but a lot of our voters are gonna vote after work, so they're on their way to the polls now. And they will tip the balance, so get ready for a huge surge in your favor, Mom.

Julian: Somebody's playing for higher stakes. This is about throwing the election.

Ned: Thanks for keeping me posted. Still too close to call. But they're expecting a last-minute surge for Alexis. Apparently, a lot of my supporters have already voted, and a lot of hers are still in line.

Olivia: But everyone in that line is not gonna be an Alexis supporter, Ned. There are plenty of undecided voters still out there.

Jim: Olivia's right. I mean, this race isn't over until that finish line's crossed. Last hour in the polls, make all the difference.

Ned: Well, either way, I gotta make a speech in a couple hours, so I better go finish writing them both. Find a way to be gracious in victory or defeat.

Jim: Of course. Mm. That's good. It's good to be prepared.

Ned: Jim, thank you for your support. I appreciate it.

Olivia: I'll see you out.

Jim: No, no, I know the way. We'll talk. You're a winner, okay? You got this.

Jim: Run it.

Jason: Hey. Carly told me you were here. How's Mike?

Sonny: Uh, we don't have the whole picture yet. But he's doing some tests, and I was in there with him. It's pretty clear that his mind or his brain, whatever you want to call it, is off. And not until they do the CT scan will we know more.

Jason: I mean, what are you gonna do?

Sonny: [Sighs] I don't know. I mean, you know, I spent so many years despising Mike for running out on me and my mother, blaming him for leaving her vulnerable to Deke. I said I would never be like him, weak. Never run from anything. Then Mike came into my life, and he tried so hard, and I didn't -- I didn't let him. It wasn't pretty. And we fought all the time, and then we finally came to terms. And -- As adults, not as father and son. More like man to man, which was fine for me because it's good enough. But after seeing him the way he is, and he gave me this -- this watch... ? it's like, because of our history, I don't know if I can be the son he needs me to be.

Maxie: Thank you. I honestly haven't been able to talk about Nathan with anyone else. But you're really easy to talk to. You're a good man, just like Nathan was. Maybe when this baby is old enough, you can help me tell them how brave their father was that day.

Peter: I-I'd be honored.

[Knock on door]

Maxie: Excuse me.

Anna: Hi.

Maxie: Anna, hi.

Anna: Am I disturbing you? Robin wanted me to bring you this.

Maxie: Come on in.

Anna: Thanks. Hello.

Peter: Ms. Devane. Maxie, I need to be going. [Clears throat]

Maxie: Okay. Hey, Peter. Today really meant a lot to me. I hope we get a chance to talk again.

Peter: I'd like that.

Drew: Honey, I gotta tell you, I am so tired of being this close to nothing. There's feelings I get like I'm gonna have a memory, and then just back in no man's land. I gotta tell ya, from where I stand, Jason --

Sam: Please, let me say something. You are not killing your brother. That's not an option.

Drew: I wasn't even gonna say it. Just -- Just venting a little bit.

Sam: I understand, and look, this is exactly what Faison wanted, the two of you at each other's throats, frustrated and angry.

Drew: You're not afraid that I'm gonna go after Jason, are you, or that he's gonna come after me?

Sam: No, I am not afraid of either. I know you and Jason are too smart to play Faison's game.

Curtis: That attack on my Aunt Stella was all behind her opposition to that redevelopment project.

Jordan: Yeah, well, a lot of deep pockets want to see that go through.

Julian: Yeah, but when Alexis gets in office, and the Charles Street Redevelopment Deal is dead in the water, they'll have done it all for nothing.

Molly: Oh, look, here's another one. "I voted for Davis because she understands what's truly important." You can't ignore the evidence, counselor.

Alexis: Anecdotes aren't evidence, counselor. What do the numbers say?

Molly: Well, it is still too close to call, but --

Alexis: I know that you are hoping for a last-minute surge, and I hope as well that that materializes, but I am not calling myself mayor until the polls close, and the results are tallied.

Ned: Hey. No matter what happens...

Olivia: Mm-hmm?

Ned: ? I want you to know that I couldn't have done this without you. You're one hell of a campaigner.

Olivia: I am, aren't I?

Ned: Mm-hmm.

Olivia: And that's why I want to tell you, I really think that you can still win this. You know, you have been honest from the start about who you are and what you want to do for Port Charles. A city is a living thing. The property values generate taxes. Taxes pay for the things that make this city great. They pay for the schools. They pay for the parks. They pay for the road maintenance. They pay for all the --

Ned: Stop right there! Whoa, whoa, whoa, stop, stop! See, we did this all wrong. You are the one who should have run for mayor because only you can make road maintenance sound patriotic.

Olivia: Because -- Because it is, Ned! Making a city better, making people's lives better. What could be more patriotic than that? Huh? That's why we got into this thing to make people's lives in Port Charles better! And I honestly believe that you are gonna get a chance to do that.

[Cellphone dings]

Olivia: Oh... my God.

Alexis: It is with great pleasure that I take up the mantle --

Molly: [Gasps] No, no, no, no, no, no!

Alexis: What, what, what, what, what? Oh!

Sam: That Christmas ornament that Dr. Maddox gave to Anna with the flash drive in it is still out there.

Drew: Yeah, and it's still a needle in a haystack.

Sam: And we own a media company. We have tech support. We have reporters. We can use our resources to be able to find this and help us.

Drew: You're right. You're always right. We have the resources to widen our search.

Sam: Yes. The flash drive is still out there, and we will do everything in our power to find it.

Sonny: I'm going crazy, imagining the worst when I should just wait for Mike's test results.

Jason: You know I'll help any way I can.

Sonny: I know you will.

Jason: [Sighs]

Sonny: What's going on with Faison's will?

Jason: Oh, man. This will claims that there's information about Henrik, his whereabouts, and a way to reverse Dr. Maddox's procedure to get Drew's memory back. It's all locked in a safe somewhere.

Sonny: Okay.

Jason: There's a catch. The only way one of us can get the information, the other one has to be dead.

Sonny: Faison said that you have to kill Drew to get some answers.

Jason: Yeah, more or less. Look, I'm not playing Faison's game. I have another option.

Sonny: We've lost any lead on Henrik.

Jason: Yeah, but the last we know, he's in Port Charles still, and Faison left his entire estate to his son.

Sonny: Henrik or Nathan?

Jason: The will didn't specify.

Sonny: And since Nathan's dead, Henrik gets the inheritance.

Jason: Exactly, so if Henrik surfaces to claim the inheritance, I'm gonna be waiting.

Anna: Robin also wanted me to tell you that she and Patrick, they donated in Nathan's name to the Port Charles Police Fund.

Maxie: Nathan would love that. Would you tell her thank you for me? I'm not sure when I'll be up to calling.

Anna: Oh, yeah. No, don't worry about that. No. Unfortunately, I'm here with some not-so-pleasant news that I wanted to give you myself rather than anyone else.

Maxie: Okay.

Anna: They read Faison's will today, and with the exception of some items, um... he left his estate to his son.

Maxie: To Nathan? Nothing tainted by that murderer comes into this house -- nothing.

Anna: I understand that. More than anyone, I do, but Faison was pretty wealthy.

Maxie: Look, I don't want his blood money. I don't need it. This baby and I, we're gonna be just fine.

Anna: Okay. Okay. With Nathan's passing, Faison's missing son, wherever he is, Henrik, he could try to claim the estate.

Maxie: He can have it -- all of it. I don't want anything connected to the man who murdered my husband.


Peter: Hey. Oh, I hope I'm not intruding. The office said you'd be here all day. I wanted to speak to you as soon as possible.

Drew: Is this about your resignation?

Peter: Yes. I've been doing some soul searching, and... I realize I'm not quite ready to leave Port Charles after all. There are people here, a life here that I don't want to leave.

On the next "General Hospital" --

Stella (to Jordan and Curtis): What am I missing here?

Monica (to Nelle): Your timing is absolutely perfect.

Alexis (to Finn): There may not be any triumph on Charles Street.

Ned (to Olivia): My odds are improving by the minute.

Julian (to Jordan): Somebody's going to pay for this.

Liz (to Kim): This time down the aisle, it's a charm.

Dr. Collins (to Franco): What did you remember?

On the next "General Hospital" --

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