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Episode #13977 ~ Molly lashes out; Monica surprises Michael; Olivia stands by her man; Drew looks to Curtis for help; Kim steps in.
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Curtis: The attack on Aunt Stella was all about her opposition to the
Jordan: A lot of deep pockets want to see that go through.
Julian: Well, as soon as Alexis gets in office and the Charles Street Redevelopment Plan is dead in the water, they'll have done it all for nothing.
Alexis: It is with great pleasure that I
take up the mantle of --
Molly: No! No, no, no, no!
Alexis: Molly, what is it? What?
Julian: Alexis. Hey, Alexis. You all right?
Olivia: A city is a living thing.
Property values generate taxes, taxes pay for the things that make a city great.
They pay for the schools, they pay for the parks, they pay for the road
maintenance, they pay for the --
Ned: Stop, stop, stop!
Ned: We did this all wrong. You are the one who should've been running for mayor, because only you can make road maintenance sound patriotic.
Olivia: Because it is! Ned, it is! Making a city better, making people's lives better -- what could be more patriotic than that? And you got in -- we got into this thing to do good for Port Charles and the people who live here. And I honestly -- I honestly believe that you're gonna get that chance.
Olivia: Oh... my God.
Monica: Well, I know the election is still too close to call, but if it's any comfort, not all the precincts are in yet.
Michael: And, uh, despite our differences, family is family, and I was proud to vote for you, whether or not you win tonight.
Ned: Well, my odds are improving by the minute.
Liz: I'm heading over to Charlie's Pub to represent the
nurses who support Alexis. The election is still too close to call, so it's
gonna be a long night.
Franco: I can cancel my session, come with you.
Liz: No, no, no, no. That's too important. And our wedding is almost here. I want my groom peaceful and happy.
Franco: Oh. I'm happy.
Liz: Have a good session.
Kim: You know, I have never walked down the aisle, and I've never missed it. Seeing that smile on your face, I'm starting to reconsider.
Liz: I've been down the aisle a few times. But this time's a charm.
Now that we've gotten everyone to the polls, I just want to put my feet up and
get a glass of champagne.
TJ: What's going on here?
TJ: Hey, babe, everything okay?
Molly: No, not even close!
Stella: Hey. Hey, where's Alexis?
Curtis: Hey, Aunt Stella.
Stella: Oh! There she is. I want to tell her what they're saying about her at the polls.
Jordan: Actually --
Curtis: Uh, I don't think that's the best idea at the moment.
Stella: What am I missing here?
Finn: Hey. Madam Mayor,
I'm here to support you in your night of triumph.
Alexis: There may not be any triumph here on Charles Street.
Dr. Collins: Uh... have a seat. I'll be right with you.
Franco: Where's your brain in the jar?
Dr. Collins: Faison's brain is being biopsied. I'm waiting for the results.
Franco: Oh, okay. Great. Now you can occupy your time with a mind that's even worse.
Dr. Collins: Worse than Cesar Faison?
Franco: No, he was never a childhood killer. Wish I could say the same.
Sam: Hey. Excuse me. Mom, what's going on?
Molly: Ask Julian.
Julian: Scotty, there's got to be something that we can do. Yeah, well, I don't care. Keep -- Just... keep trying. Sorry. Scotty says it's too late to block the publication. It's already out there. Once again, this is all my fault.
Molly: "Sources confirm that Alexis
Davis visited Nora Buchanan, attorney for convicted killer Olivia Jerome,
shortly before Ms. Buchanan's press conference. A statement was issued by Ms.
Jerome, which led to mobster Julian Jerome's release from prison. Coincidence,
or was the fix in?"
Michael: "As for Ms. Davis' objections to measure A in the Charles Street
Redevelopment, is this truly a principled stand against the redevelopment on
behalf of that community, or is this an attempt to save her ex-con ex-husband's
pub, a possible front for mob-related activity? A property purchased after his
release from prison? What else has Ms. Davis been hiding? Perhaps more ties to
Mr. Jerome, who has a long history in organized crime."
Monica: Oh, come on. I can't believe for one minute that Alexis would be protecting organized crime.
Olivia: You know what? At the moment, I don't care. Alexis and her supporters have been all high and mighty through this thing, and the whole time, she's pulling strings to get Julian released from prison. If that costs her the election, then maybe that's just what she deserves.
Kim: So, you all done for the night?
Kim: Nice pin.
Liz: Oh. Thank you. You know, I'm heading over to Charlie's Pub to watch the returns. You want to come with?
Kim: Yes, actually. But I have to go over to the other camp tonight. Oscar was invited to the Quartermaines to, um, watch the election returns.
Kim: So it's a good chance for him to spend some time with his new family.
Liz: Yeah, yeah, I got it. Politics and politicians come and go, but family is forever.
Dr. Collins: Let's try some word
association. What's the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the
Franco: Yeah, no, I-I'm not sure you really want to ask me that. I was thinking more like, uh... you know, I do a stream of consciousness, and then, you just... figure it all out.
Dr. Collins: Oh, that's just so much work, though. I'd really much rather play word games. Besides, this isn't your typical patient-analyst relationship. You're here to help me with my research into homicidal impulses, and I'm here to help you sort out your past.
Franco: Right. As if.
Dr. Collins: Let's give it a whirl, shall we?
Franco: [Breathes deeply]
Dr. Collins: What do you think of when you hear "family"?
Franco: Yeah, got nothing.
Dr. Collins: Don't judge it. The first thing that comes to your mind.
Dr. Collins: Feathers. Why feathers?
Franco: Um... My mom was constantly dusting, and there was... Yeah. Uh, she used this -- this feather thingy --
Dr. Collins: A feather duster?
Franco: Uh-huh. She was compulsively cleaning up. It was as if she felt the need to --
Dr. Collins: As if she was constantly cleaning up after you and Andy?
Franco: Well, we were probably a lot to deal with. And she was all on her own.
Dr. Collins: Did she ever punish you? When you got out of hand, as boys will do.
Franco: Not that I can remember. In fact, she was kind of a total pushover. She let... me...
Dr. Collins: She let you what?
Franco: Well, I was gonna say she let me get away with murder.
Monica: Thank you. We'll be in touch. Thanks for the update. No, I have no comment about Ms. Davis at the moment.
Olivia: Yeah, we -- we have nothing to say about Ms. Davis' involvement. Oh, my God. This article's gone viral. You have no idea how many hits it's gotten.
Monica: Ned, the local news has picked up on this. Every reporter in town wants a reaction from you.
Ned: Well, let's just stick with "no comment" for now.
Michael: I agree. Whether this story is true or false, it's up to Alexis to refute it.
Olivia: Is that the reporters already?
Ned: It's okay. I'll handle it.
Michael: No, no, no. Ned, I got this. Just stay out of the fray while you can.
[Breathes deeply] Okay. Nelle?
Monica: Nelle! Oh, I'm so glad you could make it. Your timing is absolutely perfect.
Once again, Mom pays the price for being involved with Julian.
Molly: It is so unfair. Mom, you need to deny this, okay? Call Diane and -- and sue The Invader out of existence.
Sam: Molly, take it easy.
Molly: You know what? Aurora owns the Port Charles Press. You guys can print a rebuttal on your website.
Alexis: I'm afraid I can't do that. The innuendo that Julian and I were involved with the mob is patently false. But everything else in the article is true.
Liz: Alexis, I just heard
on the radio, and it's all over social media. Don't worry. The Invader's a
sleazy rag. Nobody will believe them.
Alexis: Elizabeth, in this instance, The Invader is correct. I did go to Nora Buchanan to solicit Olivia Jerome's cooperation, because I wanted her to exonerate Julian.
Julian: Alexis, you said enough.
Alexis: What I was doing was trying to seek justice for someone who was far from perfect but also wrongly convicted. He was not a willing accomplice to his sister. He was acting under duress, and that's a fact. And it's also a fact that he was being menaced in prison. He was beat up, his life was in danger, and I was, in fact, trying to seek his release. I went to Nora Buchanan, and I got her to convince Olivia Jerome to tell the truth, which she did, after which the judge released Julian, based on that testimony and the facts of the case.
Stella: Well, it sounds to me like you set a wrong right. I admire your honesty, and I'm feeling other people are gonna feel the same way, too, once they hear the truth. And I plan to get the word out. Anyone want to go back to the polls with me?
Molly: Yeah. You know what? I am all for a little damage control.
Alexis: Molly, wait. I'm sorry if I disappointed you again.
Molly: Hey, can we talk about this later? Because right now, I have to go tell everyone how great you are and how great you're gonna be for this city.
Jordan: Alexis appealed to
Nora so that she could convince your sister to make that statement? How? That's
-- That's amazing. It almost sounds a little bit like collusion, but...
Julian: You know what? You want something to investigate? Why don't you find the people that put this out at the 11th hour? That's sabotage. So one way or another, somebody's gonna pay for this.
Thank you so much for including me -- I mean, us.
Monica: Ah, yes.
Michael: Nelle, feel free to go on in with the family. Uh, Grandma, can I have a word with you?
Monica: Oh. Oh, there you are.
Monica: Oscar, what happened to your eye?
Oscar: I, uh...
Kim: He bumped into something.
Monica: Oh, well, you got to look out for those somethings. They come out of nowhere. Oh, I'm so glad you're here. Suddenly, this is getting very exciting. Here, let me take your coat.
Oscar: Oh, no, no, no! I got it. I know where to go.
Kim: Oh. Well, thank you very much.
Monica: Thank you.
Oscar: Of course.
Kim: So, I hear the election is too close to call.
Monica: Well, it may not be that way for too long.
Kim: Oh. Thanks.
hey, Dr. Nero.
Kim: Oh. Michael. Call me Kim. We're, uh, practically family now, so to speak.
Michael: I guess so. Well, uh, Kim, would you like something to drink?
Kim: Yes, please.
Ned: Well, we'll see if the Invader article made a
difference. It's probably too late. The polls close soon.
Olivia: A few key districts vote late. That could easily swing the election in your favor. Whoever leaked that article did us the favor of the century.
Jim: Ms. Davis. Hey, look, I understand the election's too close to call, but if it goes your way, I hope we can find common ground.
Alexis: You want to what?
Jim: Well, it's no secret that we've been on opposite sides, so, uh, if you're elected, I'm -- I just hope we can overcome our differences. But what is going on here? What's with all the long faces?
Julian: What are you doing here?
Jordan: Okay. The polls are closed.
Jim: I just came by to get a drink.
Finn (to Alexis): You don't need this.
Jim: Shouldn't be long now, huh? W-What happened? Was it something I said?
Julian: [Chuckles] Like you don't know, huh?
Jim: Know what?
Julian: The Invader ran a hatchet job on Alexis. You know... just in time to sway last-minute voters.
Curtis: Okay, hold up, hold up. The election is still too
close to call. It ain't over yet.
Finn: Look, I've never been a glass half full kind of guy, but I think you still got a chance.
Alexis: Then why doesn't it feel that way?
Curtis: Man, this is some bull right here.
Drew: Yes, it is, yes, it is. But there's nothing to do right now besides ride the wave. Meanwhile, I would like to talk to you about something other than politics.
Curtis: Other than politics? Sounds serious.
Drew: Well, probably is. It's about me and Franco.
Dr. Collins: To be clear, you
didn't commit murder when you were a child.
Franco: No, I just wasn't successful at it.
Dr. Collins: You're referring to the alleged incident...
Franco: There was nothing alleged about it! Betsy sent Andy to an orphanage to get him away from me, to keep him safe.
Dr. Collins: But Betsy wasn't always straightforward and honest, was she? But you seem willing to accept the worst about yourself, to believe it. Why is that, Franco? You will believe the worst about yourself without really knowing if it's true or not.
Ned: I'm leading in the districts we
expected, but according to the exit polls, I'm gaining support in Alexis'
districts, including Charles Street.
Olivia: Hallelujah! I hope you all voted Q.
Nelle: I did! Does it count for two?
Olivia: [Laughs] What about you, Kim?
Kim: Oh, uh, well, I oppose measure A, so it meant a vote for Alexis Davis, but, uh, we really appreciate you inviting me and Oscar here tonight.
Olivia: No, no, no, that's okay. You got to vote your conscience. That's what makes America great, right?
Kim: Yeah, I just feel bad that Alexis is being raked over the coals.
Olivia: Well, I feel bad for Alexis to a point, but the fact of the matter is that she was pulling strings to get Julian released from prison without the slightest consideration for Leo, with the slightest consideration --
Kim: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt, but what -- what does Julian have to do with your son?
Olivia: As much as it pains me to admit it, Julian Jerome is Leo's biological father.
Oscar: Your Julian is Leo's dad?
Olivia: You know Julian?
Kim: Well -- Well, we're friends.
Olivia: You know what, honey? Here. Nip that friendship in the bud.
Michael: Oh, that must be the reporters.
Ned: Ah. I'll answer it. If it's a statement they want, a statement they'll get.
Julian: You smarmy bastard.
Julian: Come on Ted! You want to hit somebody below
the belt?! Let's go! Take your best shot!
Ned: I didn't leak the story!
Ned: But Alexis sure as hell didn't deny it, did she?
Julian: Oh, okay.
Michael: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! What the hell?! What the hell?! Hey, hey, hey! You okay? Are you okay, Ned?
Ned: I'm fine!
Julian: No, he's a chump.
Michael: Hey, you're trespassing, and you assaulted a political candidate in front of witnesses.
Julian: Oh. Really?
Michael: Yes, really. Now you have one chance to leave, or we'll call the police and get you thrown back in Pentonville where you belong.
Olivia: And you will never see Leo again, and I mean not so much as a snow cone in the park.
Kim: You know how much Oscar means to me. And I'm sure you love Leo just as much, so you need to back off. For his sake. Isn't one black eye in the family enough?
Sam: Looks like
Ned is starting to pull ahead.
Jordan: Yeah, but there's more precincts coming in.
Alexis: I need some air.
Sam: Hey, Mom --
Finn: Let her go. She knows what she needs.
Sam: And what makes you such an expert on my mother?
Finn: I voted for her. I wouldn't vote for just anybody.
Curtis: So, what's up, man?
Drew: You see this guy right behind me?
Curtis: Oh, yeah. Jim Harvey, Niagara Equities. That's a big-money dude right there.
Curtis: Yeah. My guess is, he's trying to pump fear, play the whole intimidation game on all the residents in this community. The problem is, one of those residents is my auntie. I do not like that man.
Drew: Yeah, I don't like him, either. Turns out, uh... he knew Franco and me when we were kids. He used to date Betsy Frank, if you can imagine that. I guess he used to call us Bobby and Andy.
Curtis: Huh. And now he's here.
Drew: Yeah, now he's here. Hell of a coincidence, isn't it?
Jim: Hey, man.
Franco: You know what? Forget it. This is not what I
signed up for. You're not even listening to me. You're just giving me a hard
Dr. Collins: No, I'm trying to help you separate memory from imagination, fact from fear.
Franco: F-Fear of what? What are you -- What?
Dr. Collins: You tell me. Was the time you pushed Andy down the stairs the only time you tried to hurt him, or were there other incidents?
Franco: Uh... I-I don't know. I'm not sure.
Dr. Collins: All right. Relax. Breathe.
Dr. Collins: Think back, just think back. You're not Franco. You're Bobby. Tell me about Bobby and Andy. What did you and your brother like to do? What kind of games did you play?
Franco: Hide-and-seek. We'd play hide-and-seek.
Can't find me!
Bobby: Can too! Ready or not, here I come.
Andy: Bobby, let me out!
Dr. Collins: Where did you go? What did you remember?
Kim: Come on, everybody.
The reporters will be here any minute. Do you really want The Invader's next
headline to be about the two of you?
Ned: If you're done making an ass out of yourself, we're going back inside to watch the election results. You know the way to the door.
Julian: Yeah, to hell with you, Ted.
Oscar: Mom, it's okay.
Kim: What's okay?
Kim: Charlie, wait.
Finn: I don't know about you, but I could really use a drink right now.
Alexis: You know, for someone who doesn't speak at meetings, you sure know what to say to me.
Finn: It's a gift.
Alexis: Mm. Wouldn't a vodka martini taste really good right now? Really cold, straight up, with an olive.
Finn: Two olives.
Alexis: I really like good red wine, too.
Finn: Yeah, red wine. Yeah.
Alexis: A New York cocktail. Have you ever had a New York cocktail?
Finn: Rye, lime juice, dash of grenadine, shaken, not stirred, with an orange twist.
Alexis: Wouldn't it be great to numb the world?
Finn: For a couple hours. And then, in the morning...
Alexis: I'm gonna lose, aren't I.
know, it's funny. I didn't even know that I wanted this job until Laura stepped
aside and asked me to fill in for her. So then I campaigned and I got invested
and then I wanted it. I wanted it. And -- And I'll tell you something else. I
would've made a great mayor. I-I would've taken care of this city and the
neighborhood and everybody. I believe that.
Finn: I believe that. That -- That -- That's why I voted for you.
Alexis: [Sighs] I should've known better. You know, what I did to free Julian, it was a ticking time bomb waiting to just blow my whole campaign to smithereens.
Finn: Well, in retrospective, you may have wanted to make a -- a full disclosure earlier and that way you could've controlled the narrative.
Alexis: There really is no way to spin this. You know, I made a choice to entangle myself with Julian again, and again it blew up in my face. So, you know, one of the definitions of insanity is doing something over and over, making the same mistake over and over and expecting a different outcome. I mean, I seem to be incapable of making a healthy choice when it comes to Julian, and I-I can't let go and I can't move on. [Sighs] Man. [Sighs]
Julian: I suppose I
should, uh, thank you, huh? As much as I wanted to punch Ned in his smug face,
it, uh, well, definitely would've been the wrong thing to do. So you saw the
Julian: So now you know who I am and what I am.
Kim: Wait. You didn't make a secret of it.
Julian: And I really felt this was my last chance to get it right. You know, buy the pub, put down roots. Make some new friends. I was trying to make things right with my kids. I-I really thought this would mean something. You know, show them that I've changed, but... that article proves that I just can't erase my past. I'm trapped in my name, my history. So is anybody else that is foolish enough to get close to me.
Kim: Oh. Is that a warning?
Julian: No, ma'am. It's a fact. Just ask my ex-wife.
Kim: We'll take my car. I'm driving.
Julian: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Driving where?
Kim: You know. I'll get my coat.
Curtis: Look at him. Cheesing, all arrogant and smug,
looking like the very definition of power and privilege. Yeah, he's in this for
the money. Unless you think there's something more.
Drew: There's definitely something more. I mean, why isn't he at Ned's? There's an angle here. I'm just not seeing it yet.
Curtis: Yeah, true. So what's up with you and Franco?
Drew: I don't know. [Sighs] As soon as Jim Harvey hit town, Franco started acting weirder than usual. And then there's this rabbit's foot.
Curtis: The rabbit's who?
Drew: Yes, he's carrying around this rabbit's foot. Apparently it means something to him. And inexplicably it means something to me.
Curtis: Okay, look. Cut to the chase and tell me what you want from me.
Drew: Oh, Betsy Frank put all these pieces together, and remember when I tried to find her last year, she split town?
Curtis: Hmm. Okay, got it. Then I'll find her and that's cool. Then we'll get to the bottom of what's up with Mr. Jim Harvey.
Drew: So I take it that's a yes?
Curtis: Look, I told you. He done messed with the wrong dude's auntie. I can't wait to take his ass down.
Drew: This should be fun.
Franco: Doc, we're gonna have to do this some other time.
It's election night, and Elizabeth is watching the results and I'd really like
to be there with her.
Dr. Collins: Franco, wait.
Franco: You don't understand. She's a big Alexis Davis fan, and I don't want to see Elizabeth disappointed ever. I don't. I'd like to find her and console her...
Dr. Collins: Franco.
Franco: â?¦ You know, if things don't go well.
Dr. Collins: Franco, listen to me. Listen to me. Whatever you've remembered, you can't lock it inside. That's why we're here. To help you unlock your past and free you from it.
Andy: Let me out! Bobby, let me
out! Bobby, let me out!
Franco: Mm. Okay, you know
that story about Pandora's box? You know that, right?
Dr. Collins: Mm-hmm, yes.
Franco: The gods, they give this chick Pandora a box. For some reason they tell her never to open it up. So of course she opens it up, and all the evils of the world -- famine and war and plague -- they all come flying out. You know the moral of that story? You don't do it. You don't open the box.
Dr. Collins: Franco, you're forgetting the box also contained hope.
Michael: Hey, Grandma, can I get a minute with you?
Monica: Oh! I'm sorry. That's right. You wanted to talk to me about something earlier.
Michael: Yeah. Um... Look, I appreciate you making an effort with Nelle, but I need to remind you that we are not a couple and we're not going to be. Now, what you might consider being inclusive, Nelle might take as encouragement.
Olivia: This is it! This is it. They're about to announce a winner.
Nelle: Michael, come here. I saved you a seat. Come on. This is so exciting.
Olivia: Yeah, you said it, sister.
Sam: They're about to announce the winner.
Curtis: She can still pull this off.
Finn: Whatever happens, be proud.
Sam: Okay, here comes the announcement.
Announcer: The race for mayor of Port Charles has been back and forth all evening with exit polls changing drastically, apparently due to recent revelations. But with 99% of the precincts reporting, we can now declare a winner.
Announcer: The next mayor of Port Charles is... Edward Lawrence
Olivia: Oh! You did it! I knew you could. Didn't I tell you?
Michael: Congratulations, Mayor.
Monica: You did it.
Ned: [Laughing] Thank you, Michael.
Monica: Oh, congratulations.
Nelle: I am so proud to be a part of your family, Michael. And because of them, now our baby is, too.
Ned: So, Oscar, what do you
make of all this?
Oscar: Well, two things. I mean, I'm now related to the mayor.
Oscar: And, uh, this was way cooler than what they teach in Civics class.
Jim: Hey, hey. Here he is. Better late than never, huh? Well, look. The way things are going, looks like I'm gonna be sticking around Port Charles after all. [Chuckles] I'll see you around, Bobby.
Liz: Hey. Uh, just the worst. Ned won, measure A passed, and Charles Street lost two times over.
should leave. I'm just making things worse.
Kim: This is your place. Your neighborhood. You belong here.
Drew: Thanks for
taking care of that.
Andy: Bobby, let me out!
Drew: Hey. What's wrong with you?
Liz: Hey. What's going on?
Curtis (to Jim): Come on, man. You know them things bad for you. Just like standing in an alley all alone. As a matter of fact, my -- my aunt got mugged recently, right over here. And that bothers me. Yeah, it bothers me a lot. If I was you, I'd watch my step.
Ned: I am deeply grateful for all the support that I have
received from my family, my friends, from everyone who campaigned on my behalf.
But none of this would be possible without the incredible woman standing next to
me, my wife, Olivia Quartermaine.
Olivia: Enough about me. The people of Port Charles want to hear from the new mayor.
[Camera shutter clicks]
Ned: The people have spoken. And I am humbled and honored by your faith, and I promise I won't let you down.
Ned: As someone very wise said to me tonight, a city is a
living thing, and our city is better when we all come together to improve it.
Not just the streets or the buildings, but the lives of all of us who call Port
Charles our home.
Molly: I can't watch this. Sorry.
Stella: Baby, politics, as in life, it's not about how many times you get knocked down. It's about how many times you stand up. TJ, I want you and Molly to go to her mom's house and take down all those balloons and streamers.
Jordan: Yes, that's a good idea. The last thing Alexis needs is to go home and see that. Go. [Sighs]
Stella: Well, thank you for backing me up, Jordan.
Jordan: Is, uh, have you seen Curtis?
Ned: [Narrating] As your
mayor, I pledge to work with the business community. I intend to implement
measure A and revitalize the Charles Street area.
Curtis: Big night, huh? Yeah, that article from The Invader came in right on time, didn't it?
Jim: So you're a friend of Andy's, huh?
Jim: How do you two know each other?
Curtis: His name is Drew. Good luck with that smoking thing.
Ned: [Narrating] And a special message to Laura Collins, who might've been standing here in my place tonight. I assure her and all her supporters that my commitment to Charles Street is no less than hers.
[Tape recorder beeps]
Dr. Collins: Franco Baldwin has a fascination and a fear of his childhood. Nothing unusual there, but what is unusual is this belief that he was born bad, that murder is in his DNA. Is it? Or is Franco still Bobby? A child playing hide 'n' seek with himself?
Ned: [Narrating] And to those afraid to walk our streets at night, I say law and order will return to Port Charles. And those who would do harm will be punished to the full extent of the law.
What's wrong with him?
Franco: [Grunts] I'm okay.
Franco: Yeah. It's pre-wedding jitters, probably, right? I'm just kidding. I was really dehydrated. That's all.
Liz: Come on. Let's go home.
Ned: I wouldn't be here tonight without the love and support of my family, especially my wife. It is my distinct pleasure to introduce the city of Port Charles to your new First Lady, Olivia Quartermaine. And finally, I say to everyone, those who voted for me and those who didn't, let us come together as citizens and as neighbors. With all our differences, we have much more that unites us than divides us. The work begins today. The dream goes on.
Sam: I'm so sorry.
Drew: Me too.
Alexis: It's all right. Okay, I'll be fine. Thanks for your support. Take my girl home and, uh, make sure she's okay, and I love you both.
Sam: Love you, too.
Drew: Love you, too.
Drew: You need anything, let me know.
Alexis: I will.
Finn: You, uh... You've been a trouper to the end.
Alexis: Yeah. I've been just waiting till everyone clears out of here so I can cry like a baby.
Julian: Well, I guess there's nothing I can say or do.
Kim: Nope. I'll make you a drink.
Alexis: You know what I
want more than a drink?
Alexis: I want to get out of here.
Finn: I can do that.
On the next "General Hospital" --
Julian (to Oscar): So your mom said you had a favor you wanted to ask me.
Finn (to Anna): What's all this about Cassandra?
Anna (to Finn): I think we're in a bit of trouble.
Lulu (to Dante): I turned in my resignation.
Valentin (to Peter): I think you're at risk... from Jason Morgan.
Maxie (to Sam): It's my responsibility. I am the one that needs to do this.
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