GH Transcript Thursday 3/1/18

General Hospital Transcript Thursday 3/1/18


Episode #13984 ~ Griffin is happy for Ava; Scott and Kevin put aside their differences; Franco has an Epiphany; Jordan is put in a precarious position; Drew looks to Kim for answers.

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Hey, Oscar, Kim. Hi. I'm so glad I found you guys. Hey. I wasn't expecting to see you here. Yeah, and I wasn't expecting the sewage to back up into my pub. Listen, Oscar. I'm really sorry to disappoint you and your friends, but we're not gonna be able to hold the dance at Charlie's tonight. I'm sorry. I -- I really wanted to help. Well, no. You can't just cancel on us. Like, three dozen people already confirmed on MyFace. Okay, well, sweetheart, it's a plumbing issue, so Mr. Jerome has no control over that. Yeah. Yeah, listen, Oscar, the only people that are gonna be at my pub tonight are the hazmat team. That's not exactly a party atmosphere. I really am sorry. I wish there was something I can do. Well, there isn't, okay? Not unless you can find another place in the next two hours. Well, the ceremony honoring me and Finn is not gonna take very long, actually, I think, so just pack your bag. And then as soon as we have -- I have all the itinerary confirmed, then I'll just give you a call, yeah? Y-yeah. Um... André, yeah. Listen, André, I wanted to say thank you so much for deciding to go with me. You know. Yeah, I probably should ask for help more often, but that's not who I am, okay? I'll call you later, yeah? Okay, bye. Hi. Hi. Hi. Uh... aren't we supposed to be at the police station shortly? Mm-hmm, yes, we are. You remembered. Yeah, of course. It's not every day that someone like me gets recognized by the WSB.

[Laughs] No, it most certainly is not. Uh-huh. All right. No. Um... all right. Before we go to the ceremony, there's something that -- that you should know. Hey. That's the guy! That's the guy who broke into my office. Okay, Mr. Harvey, that's quite an incendiary statement that you're making. Mr. Ashford here is an associate of the department, so -- wait, whoa, whoa. Ashford? What, is this -- is this guy related to you? Well, he's my former brother-in-law. Oh, so he gets your protection, is that it? Absolutely not. I'm former Baltimore pd. Sometimes I do work with the PCPD. Oh, yeah? Well, that explains a lot because, you know, when my foreman told me about your break-in, little did we know that our burglar is a friend of the department. What exactly are you accusing Curtis of? Yesterday, my foreman found this man in our trailer on-site. Said his name is Ed winters. Said that he was employed and on our crew, but there's no record of his employment. And as you just said, his name isn't winters. And by the way, you mind telling me where you found those? It is incredible that Sonny has agreed to let Avery come for a visit. Yes. What can I say? I guess he was grateful that I helped out his father. Yeah. Yeah, that was really -- it was really gracious of you. I know his father caused a real scene at your gallery. He was just confused because of the Alzheimer's, poor dear. Anyway, Avery's nanny is watching her at my place. I was tempted to bail on this wedding and spend every precious moment with her, but I promised Franco that we'd be here. You're making that sacrifice. You know, you worried for months that people wouldn't be able to see you for the woman you are now, but you're -- you're showing them. I mean, it's clear in your actions and your kindness and your generosity. [Sighs] What do you think? Flawless and calm. You don't even seem nervous. I'm not because I have never been more sure about anything than I am about Franco. Hmm. Well then, I guess we just need to get you married.


[Knock on door]

Right on time. For what? Oh. See for yourself.


Surprise! [Laughter] Franco. Drew. Drew. Wait, wait, no, no. Hold on, hold on. Wait, wait. Drew. Drew.

Franco: Go! Just go! No, I don't want to go!

I told you to get down! Oh! Whoa, whoa, whoa. What's wrong? Hey, hey, hey! Franco. Hey, what's wrong? What's wrong with you? [Whimpering] Hey, hey. Hey, hey, hey, hey! [Sobbing]

All right, all right. Take it easy. Take it easy. Breathe. Breathe. Breathe. What's wrong on? I'm so sorry. What are you sorry for? What's -- what's happening to you? Breathe. [Inhales sharply] It's not the jitters, is it? No. Elizabeth. I have to get to Elizabeth. [Gasping] Okay. Drew. Yeah. What's wrong? [Sobbing] I remember. Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey! What? What do you remember? Excuse me, Dr. Collins. Yes. Have you seen Franco? Uh, no, I haven't, but I'm sure he's around here somewhere. His car's not here yet, and he's not answering his phone. Oh, well, he's probably just running late. You know, if he went through Charles Street, he probably just got held up by the construction. When he gets here, can you tell him I need to talk to him. Of course. Anything in particular? Just to be sure he understands. It's a big deal that he's marrying my mom. She deserves to be happy. Happier than anyone. And Franco needs to know that. [Cork pops, ricochets] -Oh! -Oh! [Laughter] Oh! All right. Let's get this party started. Oh, you guys! I'm not even ready yet. Too bad. Epiphany flat-out refused to let me throw you the bachelorette party you deserved. Not that I don't appreciate the sentiment. I just wanted to keep things low-key. Uh-huh. Well, look. I'll agree to a point. You denied us a night of debauchery, but you will not deny us a toast amongst your best friends. And the tag-along. Kiki. Franco and I would have never made it this far without you. And I can't tell you how many times you helped me figure out what's going on in that brain of his. Well, I do speak excellent Franco. I am glad you're here. All of you. To Elizabeth Webber, the real heart of General Hospital. May you get all the happiness that you deserve. Hear hear! [Glasses clink] Okay, okay. It's -- it's what? We've got two hours, right? So it's not impossible. If we find a place, you can send out a group text. Actually, I took the liberty of asking some businesses around me. Unfortunately, the septic pipe issue affected the entire block, so we're gonna have to find some place outside of Charles Street. [Sighs] It's too late for the metro court ballroom. Joss's mom warned us that if we didn't want to have a dance there, she'd book it for something else. Okay. What about, I don't know, the park? I mean, you and your friends can take turns DJ'ing on your phones. Mom, most of the kids will just head to the dance tonight. Okay, everyone is still gonna have fun except for the kids who we're doing this for. I -- I better let Joss know. Thanks again, Mr. Jerome. Yeah. Oh! Well, well, well. Ava and her gigolo, so the story goes. Excuse me? Hello, Scott. So you know, I keep my ear to the ground and heard that you two are official. So, are you a plus one, or are you going to perform this ceremony? No, no, no one is interested in your very meager and pathetic attempts at humor. Oh, okay. Well, then I won't use any of the defrocking jokes. Oh, well, your restraint is admirable. Okay. Look, I'm gonna go say a prayer for the bride and groom. Okay, all right. Ah, so he still prays. Does that mean when you two get down to business, smoke appears? Are you -- are you quite done? Oh, no. I'm just getting started. What about the fun?! What about the fun, Ava? Remember all the martinis we used to have and all the -- this guy! He's got no personality. You should take him to the circus or something. [Chuckles] No, no. He's wonderful. Okay, well. After everything you've been through, if you're happy, then I'm happy. And maybe he'll make an honest woman out of you, huh? Oh, god, I hope so. Those are copies of maps that I keep in my construction office. So you printed out the photos you took when you broke into my office. You don't know what you're talking about, man. Hey, I got witnesses that put you in the trailer. You didn't belong there. That should be enough to hold this man for questioning, wouldn't you say? I would need some hard evidence. Sure. I've got the surveillance footage on the security camera to back me up. You know, I'm pretty good friends with the new mayor. And, commissioner, the last time I checked, you serve at his pleasure. Now, are you gonna do your job? Or am I gonna have to demand you be fired?

[Sighs] Scott. Kevin. Are you gonna congratulate the father of the groom? Or do you just hate me? What gave it away? When I punched you for sleeping with my wife? Well, now you're sleeping with my wife. Your ex-wife, who I married. It's not really the same thing. Ah, all right, all right. Now listen. Um...I'd like to talk to you about something. I understand that you're seeing my son. You know I can't confirm anything like that. Okay! I know how you shrinks operate. It's all healthy and wise to go on some expedition into the past and dig up old issues. But sometimes things should just stay buried. I really can't discuss my patients, Scott. Okay, but you know what? My son, Franco, had a very rough childhood. Did it ever occur to you why some of these memories might be blocked? Remember what? [Gasping] We were just little kids, man. Little Bobby. Little Andy. [Cell phone rings] Look, catch your breath, okay? Hello. Hey, Drew, it's me. Are you still by the hospital? I need to talk to you about tonight. No, actually, I'm still here. I can swing back up. Okay, great. We're by the nurses' station on four. Okay. What were you saying? You got somewhere to go. I got somewhere to go. What are you saying? Are you sure? Are we good? Are you okay? We're gonna be okay. [Sighs]

Franco: Go! Just go! No, I don't wanna go!

I told you to get down!

Andy! Andy, Andy!

Andy! Look what you did, Bobby! Someone else was there. Was anything actually stolen during this alleged break-in? Did you not hear me? The maps. No, I did hear you. That's why I'm asking you. Is this the actual map that was stolen from your trailer? No, but it's proprietary information. [Scoffs] Please, man. Anybody at the work site could have made...a copy. You know what, Mr. Harvey? I'm going to return your property to you. There you go. This is for you, and can I just say, Mr. Harvey, that if you do press charges, the paperwork and the court appearances alone will be nothing but a headache for your and your operation, so -- I need to protect my interests. For all I know, this could have been a mission of corporate sabotage. Come on, man. I done told you I'm not working...for anybody. Look, if Mr. Ashford has another copy of these maps, and he sells it to one of my competitors, that's it. Once that information's out there -- you know what, Curtis? Give me your phone. Jordan, I -- just give me... the phone. Did you upload these anywhere? No, no. Deleted. [Scoffs] See? There you go. Now your company is not at risk. How do you want to play this? Breaking and entering is still a crime, is it not? I just deleted the pictures, man. Come on, Mr. Harvey. Please. I'm supposed to take his word that that's the only copy of the photo? Come on, give me a break. Lock him up. [Scoffs] Curtis Ashford, I am placing you under arrest. What, no cuffs? We're in -- we're in a police station, Mr. Harvey. There's no need for cuffs. You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in the court of law. Well, this must be serious for you to come all the way down here. What is it? Nothing. Oh. It's nothing dire. I'm sorry. I didn't mean it to seem like, you know -- Robert called Mac, and he told him that we were getting this award. That's... that's what happened. Okay. And so, um... anyway, obviously, the ceremony isn't open to the public. And so Mac and Felicia decided that they wanted to throw us a celebration at the floating rib. And even though I told them that I'd have to leave early because I've got a prior engagement, they still wouldn't take no for an answer. Oh, well, they are tenacious. Oh, gosh. Big time. Big time. So if you wanted to bring a date, they wouldn't mind. Oh. They wouldn't mind? No. What I'm saying is that you could bring Alexis if you wanted to. It's a moot point. I wouldn't go. No? No, unless you can... think of a reason why I should.

Unless you have something that you --

No, but I --

Oh! Hey! Oh, I'm so sorry. I know I shouldn't walk and text. Are you okay? It's fine, kid. Just be careful. Is that an important text? Yeah, it's about an alternative dance that we're gonna have. Alternative to what? The mad hatter ball. It's our school's biggest dance of the year, but there's a strict dress code that's not fair to gender fluid kids, so we're going to have our own dance at Charlie's pub. Oh, oh. Julian's place, yeah? Yeah. He was gonna let us use his space for free, actually, but now there's like a situation with a broken sewage pipe or something, so the dance is off. I'm -- I'm so sorry for -- wait, wait, wait, wait. I think I can really help you. Hold on. What do you mean? Well, let's see. She's usually two steps ahead of us mere mortals. Okay. Oh, hi. Mac? Um... I got a proposal for you. Hey. You know what? I'm gonna text my sister. Ava has an art gallery. Maybe the kids can have their dance there. Ooh, I can't imagine she's gonna want a bunch of teens running amuck. Well, Ava owes me one. In fact, she owes me quite a few. You're really putting a lot of effort into this. It's just a text. She might not even reply. You know what I mean. You've really gone above and beyond for these kids. Well, I was the one who disappointed them in the first place. Charlie, I appreciate you being on this owning-your-baggage kick. I'm not letting you own this one, okay? Not an act of god. Hmm. I guess that's what you call things that come out of nowhere. [Sighs] [Laughs] Well, I'm gonna go check on Franco, the groom, and make sure everything's in order. I better tag along just in case I'm needed.


We'll see you guys later.

Felix: Okay, bye. [Exhales sharply] Felix. Thank you. I just hope we did you right. It was perfect. Well, it's nothing compared to the bachelorette party I was gonna throw you. Signature cocktails and a very talented dance professional. Okay, all right. [Chuckles] Listen, there is a reason why I didn't want a party. The truth is, I know you all have reservations about my relationship with Franco, and I just didn't want to put you in an awkward position. Is that the kind of friend you take me for? Elizabeth, Franco might not be one of my favorite people, but you are. I know, but I -- but nothing. Being a good friend doesn't mean you have to agree all the time or see things the same way. Good friends trust each other. Even when it doesn't make any sense. I trust you, Elizabeth. I know there's good in Franco. Otherwise, you would never have offered your heart to him. Hearing you say that means the world to me. Good. Now stop crying. Otherwise, your makeup is gonna run. Your eyes will get all puffy for the picture. Now, that would be a tragedy. All right. [Sighs] [Light clicks] Hello, Jim.

[Chair clatters]

Geez. Bobby! It's about time you showed up.

[Door opens]

Ooh, there you are. Are you ready to get me up out of here now that Jim Harvey is gone? I can't. I can't. I just arrested you in front of a squad room of witnesses. And there's video footage of you searching that man's trailer? What the hell were you thinking? I was working on a case with Drew, all right? I'm trying to find a lead onto the whereabouts of Betsy Frank. Well, how is that case related to Harvey's plans for Charles Street? Because, baby, those maps ain't got nothing to do with new construction. I think you better tell me what's going on here. Hey. Hey. So, um... you're off the hook, you and Sam, because there's not gonna be any alt dance tonight, so we won't need any chaperones. What? Yeah. The venue fell through. Did it? It's kind of out of my hands. It's property damage. We'll call it that. The hazmat team is there now cleaning up the sewage in the kitchen, so you know, it wouldn't be safe. It's a shame. Oscar was really looking forward to that dance. You always do find a way to let people down, don't you? [Chuckles] You know, I'm gonna go make some calls. Maybe something will surprise us, yeah? You were a little harsh on him, don't you think? No, I wasn't. Look, trust me. He deserves it. Okay. Well, I don't know your history, but he really was trying to help. Sure, he was. Sorry. I'm just in a bit of a bad mood, so... [Clears throat] Why is that? I had a run-in with Franco on the stairs, and he -- [Chuckles] -- He was even weirder than he usually is. Well, you know, he is getting married today, so maybe -- maybe he's just nervous? Yeah, maybe you're right. Maybe I'm just looking too much into it. I don't know. Why is that? So, it turns out, Franco and I were raised as brothers when we were children. Can you imagine that? Yeah. And for some reason, I was sent to a state home. I'm not sure why. Has Franco been able to help you out with that? No. No. No, he hasn't. And the only person would be, the only adult, is his mother, and she disappeared. Hey, did I ever talk to you about my childhood when we were together? You know... we kind of lived in the moment, you know? Oh. I mean, neither of us did a whole lot of reminiscing. I knew that you grew up in a group home. You told me, but you didn't tell me how, you know? Ah, well... I guess I wasn't a very good sharer, huh? No. [Chuckles] It really just depended on the subject. You know, you were actually pretty good. You just didn't want to talk about certain things like.. I don't know, your special ops and some things that had to do with your childhood. Again, Scott. I can't confirm or deny that Franco is my patient, but having said that, I would never press any patient of mine to do anything that I thought might endanger their mental health. All right. Well, listen and listen good, Kevin, all right? Because if anything you say or do causes my son to snap, I will hold it against you personally. Am I making myself clear? The bride is almost ready. Has either of you gentlemen seen the groom? Oh! Damn it, Bobby! Man, you almost gave me a heart attack. I needed to see you. And you're always here, so -- no wonder you and Elizabeth Webber are such a match made in heaven. Last night, she's lying in wait for me, hoping that I can help her track down your mother. I'm not sure what you're saying. Hey, I'm sorry, kid, but I don't know where Betsy is. That's not why I'm here. Okay. You're in a tux. You're on the way to the wedding. I am. As soon as we're done here. Okay. Well? I know that, uh, you don't quite remember me from Adam, but I think Betsy would kill me if I didn't do everything I could do to get you to that church on time, so let me make a call here to my car service. No one's going anywhere... ...until you tell me why Betsy sent Drew away.

How was my childhood off limits? Well, you were fine talking about high school and how track got you into working out. How you got detention for bringing five pizzas into Chem class. Really? Yeah. [Laughs] But, um, when it came to talking about your family, when I asked you what you remembered, you didn't want to talk about it. It's understandable. I don't know. Maybe if we'd had more time together, you would have opened up to me, but -- but we didn't, so here we are.

[Elevator bell dings]

Oscar: Mom! Guess what? Hey, ho, hey. Slow down. What's going on? The dance is gonna happen. We found a new venue. What? How did that happen? Don't look at me. Okay, are you gonna tell us how you found a venue at the last minute for this dance or what? I have to say, that -- that was a little surreal. Look at this. Oh, yeah. No, I know. If you stay with the WSB long enough, then they're just going to recognize you for your service at one point or another. It's just their way -- that explains your medal, but for me, this is a one-shot deal. [Snap!] Ow! [Laughs] No, your contribution was invaluable. It was. I'm -- I'm sorry. I didn't quite -- what was that last part you said? Oh, god. No, you heard. Uh-huh. You heard what I said. Yeah. Cassandra had to be stopped, and, well, here's another one for the books. Huh? Okay. I couldn't have done it without you. Oh, my. [Laughs] You're welcome. Yeah. And thank you for -- for saving me. From Mac and Felicia's little party they were gonna throw for us. Oh, right, from that. Yeah. I know. I know. Those kids, they're gonna enjoy the party far more than we would. Uh-huh. Besides, I don't like bullies. I hate bullies. Mm-hmm. This is why we were such a good team, you know? I mean, at least in the eyes of the bureau. Yeah, yeah.

[Cell phone rings]

[Sighs] Hang on. I have to take this. Oh! Hi, André. Okay, yeah. You want to meet me at 7:00? Yeah, meet me there at 7:00. Are you nervous? Not even a little. Good because Jake, Aiden, and I know our part cold. Oh, I knew you would. All that matters to Jake is that Franco is gonna be part of our family. I think to Aiden, this is mostly just a big party. [Laughs] But I want you to know, you're the best mom ever. You always put us kids first. I'm glad you have someone to love you and put you first. Yeah. Thank you, baby. I love you so, so, so much. Now, will you go find your brothers before Aiden starts playing Frisbee with the ring pillow? [Laughs] Oh. Did you hear that? I did. God, he is so mature. He's just growing up. I don't know where the time goes. It flies by when you're not looking. Yeah. That's why it's important to mark those special moments. There is one person I wish could be here. Sabrina. Yeah. She was the first person who didn't judge me for dating Franco. For a long time, it was just Sabrina and Jake who -- who could see what I see in him. I just wish she could be here. Yeah. She would be so happy for the two of you. But the thing that Sabrina loved more than us was weddings, so if you want to honor her, have an amazing time tonight. [Chuckles] Kiss the groom, schmooze with the guests, cry at my toast. [Laughs] And dance those fancy shoes off, you hear me? I hear you. All right. See you tomorrow? I love you. And I love you. Hey, I told you before. I don't know why Betsy gave Andy away. Betsy didn't just tell you that she gave Drew away. She told you Drew was dead, didn't she? I don't know why she misled me. I don't. But as I told Drew earlier, you two used to be at each other's throats. I mean, you could get rough. Yeah, I know. I know. I remember. Look, I don't claim to be an expert, all right? But I do happen to know a thing or two about a thing or two. One of those maps is a plan of Charles Street and all the properties that Harvey plans to acquire. But that other one is a geological survey of the earth beneath Charles Street. Yeah, but that's sort of standard procedure, isn't it? The map went way beyond the septic pipes that flooded Julian's. There's no reason at all to explore that deep beneath the surface just to throw up some condos. Yeah. Mr. Jim Harvey has some other plans for Charles street. Or more accurately, whatever's underneath.

Mom, hi. Hello. You look good. Thank you so much. So do you. Thanks. Griffin -- oh, hi. Griffin was just saying a prayer for Elizabeth and Franco. I -- I hope you don't mind, but I said one for you, also. For me? Yeah. One of gratitude. I hope you've heard the good news. Sonny has agreed to let Avery have a sleepover at your mother's tonight. I sure did. God works in mysterious ways. Hmm. Oh! I am going to go say hi to some friends. I'll be back in a minute. God, huh? So, I take it griffin doesn't know that Sonny's letting you see Avery 'cause he made a deal with the devil? I dropped the charges against his poor, deranged father. The least Sonny could do was let me spend one night with my child. If he had any decency, he would have done it straightaway. But he didn't, so you blackmailed him. No. I did what any mother would do. No, mom. You did what you always do. So, just -- why don't you come to the house, and then we'll both go to the airport together? Yeah, okay. [Whispering] You and André are going on a trip? Oh, no, this isn't anything. Oh, wait, no, I'm not talking to you. Sorry, André. Just give me one second. Oh, Finn, it's -- [Normally] Please. You don't owe me any explanations. But -- I -- I should -- I'm gonna... I'm gonna find a safe place for this. Have a nice trip. [Sighs] Yeah, yes. I'm still here, André, yeah. So, the floating rib was closed for a private party, but Ms. Devane talked to them, and we can have our dance there, instead. Oh, honey, that's great. Yeah, it stinks it's the competition, but I'm glad you found a place. [Laughs] Mac and Felicia are good people. You got lucky. Okay, well, I trust that you and Josslyn and the others will give the owners a proper thank you tonight? Oh, yeah, totally. I already sent a mass text to all the people except for the chaperones. Okay, well, I will take care of that. Yeah, and your decorations are still in my store room, so how about I help you take them over to the rib, yeah?


Great. So, I guess you're not off the hook, after all. It's fine by me. Oscar's happy. That's all that matters. Yeah. Listen, I'm sorry I couldn't be more help before. What do you mean? I can't imagine how frustrating it is trying to remember your past. You don't have to apologize to me. Matter of fact, it's kind of on me. I can't seem to find Betsy Frank, and it's just bad luck that the only person that might know anything is somebody I can't trust. Oh, good, you're back. I'm gonna need help getting into this dress. It's a little complicated. Don't go putting on that dress just yet. Why not? It's Franco. He hasn't shown up yet. Ever since my mom told me I pushed Drew down a flight of stairs, I have been trying to remember.  You pushed your own brother down a flight of stairs? [Scoffs] Well, maybe that's why she sent him away, to protect him. I tell you what. Why don't you tell me what you remember from that night.  Hey, I don't know how many times I can say this to you.  I don't remember anything from that night.  I mean, whatever happened that night, happened after I was out of the picture.

Andy, Andy!  Look what you did, Bobby!  You're lying. You were there.

What do you think Harvey's plans are for Charles Street?

I don't know. If I had to guess, I'd wager those plans are what got Auntie mugged. What? No. Think about it, baby. We already suspected that it was politically motivated. Now, Niagara Equities stood to lose a fortune if that ballot measure failed. I already had my suspicions, and when Drew asked me to look into it, it was a no-brainer. Yeah.  Yeah, I know, I get it.  Look, I'm gonna call Alexis for you. She's gonna have you arraigned and out of here in a few hours, don't worry. Ooh, hold up, hold up.  I got a new idea. Since I'm already behind bars, right? Mm-hmm.  Old Jim Harvey might think he in the clear.  And make a mistake. I might not be in the position to catch him making one, but you still can. 

I've been working so hard... so hard to try and remember... what happened that night. But now I know. I know what I know. [Scoffs] Bobby, look.   I didn't even know what happened to Andy.  Let alone that you pushed him down a flight of stairs.  You're lying to me. You were there.  You remember what happened.  And no one is leaving here until I hear you say it.

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