GH Transcript Friday 3/2/18

General Hospital Transcript Friday 3/2/18


Episode #13985 ~ Franco confronts Harvey; Sam and Drew play chaperone; Jason runs into Sam; Carly confronts Nelle; Peter confides in Valentine; Jordan pays Curtis a visit.

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[Camera shutter clicking]

Smile. [Laughs] I can't feel my face anymore. Oh, stop. It's not like I'm torturing you. Oh! -Are we done? You are gonna be so grateful for these when you're older. Doubt it. Oh, I want one with you guys. Yes. Here. You don't have to do this, Jason. Yes. Yes, he does. Please, don't. Okay. Okay. All right. Smile. Please smile. Smiling. Okay.

[Slow music plays on stereo]

Make me want to surrender

[Camera shutter clicks]

Yes! [Laughs] Okay. Okay. Okay. Now all I have to do is have a little chat with Oscar. Come on. No, mom, we're already late. No. Can you stop her?

Josslyn: Please. Have you tried telling your mom no? [Sighs] She's so extra when it comes to this stuff. God knows what she's telling Oscar. It's okay. You'll be at the dance soon.

I remember when you said we're all the same would you like some punch?

Mm... it depends if it's spiked or not. Would you like it to be spiked? What, are you trying to make a move on a chaperone? Hell, yeah, I am. You want to be a bad kid, sneak off, go under the bleachers, make out a little bit? Oh. I don't know. I don't see you as a bad kid. You don't? No. Take a closer look. There? How about here? A little closer? No. Mm.

Lulu: Kim? [Laughs] I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I can't hear you. The music is so loud. I was just confirming that Oscar and Josslyn wanted to have the party the same night as the school formal to raise awareness for the district's problematic dress code. Well, actually, I think they would tell you it was more to have a dance so everyone could be themselves -- judgment free. Thanks for the ride from class. Yeah, no problem. Michael? I'm sorry? Is everything all right? You kind of seem miles away tonight. I'm just thinking about the future. Whose? Our baby's... and ours. Well, damn, that's one way to pass the time while you wait. Oh. Hey, babe. Hmm. Ah. What is that on my wall? [Breathing heavily] Oh, this. Yeah. That is what inmates call a day notch. A day notch. Who's paying for the day notch? I-I just know what it is. I didn't put it there. Oh. So... any ideas on when you're gonna get your man up out the clink? That is way beyond my control. Well, why don't you do something that is in your control? Like what? Like tailing Jim Harvey, find out what his plans are for Port Charles... before it's too late. Franco's not here? Well, nobody's heard from him. Unless... no. No, nothing. No -- no calls, no texts. Okay. Well, he's not actually late yet, so there's no need to panic...yet. I know you were there when Drew went down those stairs. Now, you need to tell me what happened. Hey, look, Bobby, you know, you -- you really -- you really ought to relax, okay? You got yourself -- you got yourself all riled up here over nothing. Doesn't feel like nothing to me. Feels like a big deal. We were little kids. Drew and I were just little kids! We were... my whole life, I've... everything is -- I'm -- I'm feeling a little unraveled right now. Okay, well, you know what it seems like to me? It seems like you're making your own misery. I mean, you are -- you're a healthy guy. You're gainfully employed, you have -- you have a woman who loves you, a woman who's waiting for you at a church right now, planning to become your wife. Isn't that enough for you, Bobby? When I get to the church, I will stand next to Elizabeth, and I will be the best possible human being that I can be. So you need to tell me what happened. You know, you better be careful what you wish for. What happens if you go digging in your past for closure that doesn't even exist, and that ends up costing you everything you've got?

I am in the restaurant whenever you want some dinner.

No, no, no, no. Listen, no worries. I'm just gonna grab a table and there's absolutely no rush, okay? I love you, too. I need a minute. Okay. What is it? Did you know my father was sick? Uh, I think a pigeon could tell you he was deranged. No, he had a brain disease. It's genetic, Valentin. There's a 50-50 chance he passed it on to me. So, your ride's all set? Yeah, mom's on it. And you have my cell phone number. It's in my contacts. Good. Good. And the battery is charged and fully operational? Full battery, four out of five bars. Excellent. And you're all stocked up on the wine coolers? What? No. No. Why would you... good answer. [Laughs] [Chuckles nervously] 'Cause you and Josslyn are underage, so there will be no drinking because if you do drink, there will be no you and Josslyn. Are we clear on that? Yeah, absolutely. Good. No, I shouldn't complain. I mean, I have it easy compared to Michael. Yeah. He'd be so much happier if Mom laid off a little. You know that's for Michael and your mom to figure out. Michael and Nelle are having a baby. It would be so much better for everyone if they just were together. [Scoffs] You sound like your mom. No, I don't. Mom hates the thought of Michael and Nelle. But your mom thinks she can run their lives better than they can, right? Yes, but... but? It's for Michael and Nelle to figure out... not my mom, and not me. But that doesn't make me wrong. Nelle's done some spectacularly stupid stuff, but... that doesn't make her a bad person. Michael must love her, so... they just gave it another try. You are so your mom's daughter. Hey, Joss, our Uber's outside. Thank god.

[Chair scrapes]

Oh! Okay, wait. Give me a hug. Give me a hug. Oh, my gosh! Be safe. Be safe and have fun, all right? Post pictures so I can see what's going on all night. Of course. And on the real account, not the fake one you created so I could follow you. Awesome. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Bye, Mom. Bye. Bye. Bye, Jason. Bye. [Sighs] I can't believe how grown up she looks. You think it's okay that I let her wear that dress? Yeah. She seems to like it. Like it? She loves it. She wanted it. When Josslyn wants something, she's relentless. I know. Okay? I know. That's what scares me. You know, what has you so distracted? Look, I-I spent the day with my grandfather, and it got me thinking a lot. How's he doing? Not good. Oh, Michael. I'm sorry. You know I'm always gonna be here for you. That's the thing. See, you can't -- you can't promise that. Nobody can. I don't follow. Nelle, we have to... think about what's gonna happen to our child if we die or are incapacitated. Just something shifted inside of me today when I saw my dad with my grandfather, and I knew I couldn't put this off. We have to choose who's gonna take care of our child in case, god forbid, something terrible happens to us. Well, I don't -- I don't have any family. Right, which -- which leaves mine. I sincerely hope you're not suggesting that we give our baby over to your mother. I actually have somebody else in mind. Are you sure you're ready for this? The wedding? Marriage to a self-sabotager. Not self-destructive. That's -- that's something different. But Franco seems like he's not able to let himself have the things that he wants the most. I think he's afraid to have the things he wants the most because he's convinced himself that he'll always lose them. But I know better. I trust him, and I know in time, he will learn to trust himself.

[Knock on door]

Hey. Hey. What's the hold up in here? Excuse me. Who gave you permission to be in here? Well, I -- I just wanted to let you know that the guests are starting to get restless. They're thinking about ditching the ceremony and going right to the cockt-- I mean, to the, you know, reception. By guests, do you mean yourself? We can't start without Franco. Wait. He -- he's not here? Well, do you have any idea where he might be? I'm not his wrangler. No, but you're his daddy and his best man. [Sighs] Okay, it's obvious something is wrong here. I - I'm -- I'm just gonna find Franco myself. Ah. I'll find him. This is the last time that I will ask you. Tell me what happened. You know, Betsy and I were -- we weren't together that long. But... I truly did care for her. She could still catch flak for this. You don't need to worry about my mom. The only person you need to worry about right now is me. If you do not account for yourself, if you do not tell me what happened, there will be trouble here. [Chuckles] Possibly. But not for me. Only for you. [Sips water] All right. You want to know the truth, I'll tell you. I was there when little Andy took his header down the stairs.

[Cheers and applause]

Hey. Good to see you. Hi, everyone. Hi. I would love to ask you just one question, and then I'll stay out of your hair. I'm writing a piece for the Port Charles press. Wait. Are you serious? About the dance?

Lulu: Of course! This is great! What you guys are doing, it deserves exposure. I mean, well, we kind of just wanted a night where we could all have fun, you know, without the school burdening us with antiquated rules about, like, what we could wear or who and what we could be. Yeah, you know, it's really not that big of a deal. Um, we just wanted to have a dance where everyone felt included. I-I wouldn't have been welcome at the school's dance. You two helped make a space where everyone feels safe and welcome, and that's a big deal to me. Well, I think you've got your quotes, ma'am. You are absolutely right. Have fun.


Thanks. [Indistinct chatter] Oh, yeah.

[Dance music plays on stereo]

Tell me now tonight so you are a liar. [Scoffs] That's one interpretation. You said you weren't there, but you were there. That's a lie. I just chose the lesser of two evils. Believe me, you should be grateful. Oh. I should thank you? You know, you got a good life, Bobby. You ever stop to think what it would be like if I would have chose the other evil and I wasn't so discrete back then? No, what? What -- what exactly are we talking about here? You remember. No. Not all of it. You think I'd be here on my wedding day if I remembered everything? You feel it in your bones. You're just not man enough to admit it. That's why you're making me do all the work. All right. You want to know the truth? Don't say I didn't warn you. You pushed Andy down those stairs. You tried to kill him. You know I'm right about Jim Harvey. Okay. What -- what -- what is next, the moon landing didn't really happen? You got to let go of these conspiracy theories. And what, just kick back and let the community be snatched from under us? [Sighs] Hey, look. You could speculate all you want from behind this cell, but I am the one who's on the other side here. And without legal evidence, how am I supposed to prove anything? All right. Then I'll do the speculating, okay? Okay. All right. So the guy shows up in Port Charles out of the blue, buys up most of Charles Street. Throws big money at a mayoral candidate who supports his plan for redeveloping the neighborhood. At the same exact time, said neighborhood suffers a spike in crimes and plunges in quality of life. Robberies, vandalism. Well, I mean, it's where aunt Stella got mugged, over there on Charles Street. Yeah. So they drive down the property values and then -- and then buy up the land cheap? The redevelopment measure passes, construction begins. I know Jim Harvey promised an arena and condos to the residents of the community, but from the documents I saw in his office, that man's got something else planned. You realize that the more you tell me about your trip to Harvey's office, the more it incriminates yourself? You realize that. This is so not about me. It's bigger than me, okay? It's about our community. We need to -- you need to do something... before it's too late. I am so proud of Josslyn. I mean, she is smart, and she is fearless. And she's not afraid to dream big and go after those dreams. Do you know she made the varsity volleyball team? I know. You mentioned that. It's a big deal. It's huge! I mean, she's a freshman, and she's playing with girls that already have college scholarships. I mean, most girls would be intimidated by that, but not Josslyn. I mean, she went out there, and she gives it all she's got. Because you showed her how to do that. Oh, but I don't want Josslyn to be anything like I was. I don't. I don't want her making my mistakes and going after the wrong things and hurting herself. Look at all the awful things I did, and I was 10 years older than Josslyn is now. I mean, what would have happened to me if it weren't for you? Will you stop? No, it's true. You would have been fine. You would have figured it out on your own. No, or I would have turned out like Nelle... incapable of taking responsibility or telling the truth. You're way too hard on yourself. [Scoffs] Why? Come on! I mean, you're the only one who thinks so. Everyone thinks you're way too easy on me. Everyone, out of -- I don't care what everybody else thinks. You're a great mom, and Joss is turning out to be a great person. And you know what? She's gonna make mistakes, because everybody makes mistakes. They have to be her mistakes, not yours. She's gonna learn from them. And you know what? That's -- that's how you're different from Nelle. You learn from your mistakes. Nelle doesn't. That's the nicest thing you could ever say to me. That's the truth. [Chuckles]

[Cell phone chimes]

Mm. I gotta go. Are you gonna be okay?

Yes, yes. You've gotten me through the worst of it. Okay. Now I just have to wait for Josslyn's first formal to end. All right. Thank you. Yeah. -[Sighs] -Hey, Carly. Hey. Oh, my gosh. I saw that post that Josslyn made. Her and her date on Instagram. Uh, which account? Uh, what? Oh, never mind. [Laughs] You know, her dress is spectacular. We have that dress in Crimson's closet, but the design isn't ready until the fall. How did you get your hands on it? Nelle got it from a runway show you sent her -- I never sent Nelle to a runway show. She was an assistant, not a fashion editor. You sure that dress is still in Crimson's closet? [Sighs]

Freak?! Who's the loser now?! Who?! Who?! He's had enough! Get up. Everybody here knows what you did and know who you are. You're lucky I don't call the cops. Get out. Right now. Get out. What were you thinking? Huh? He deserved it. He deserved-- Oscar. Hey, listen to me. Breathe. Fight's over. You're okay. But you're the host here, all right? Don't let this kid win. Get the kids' momentum back up. Go out there. Go on. It's okay. You're good. Um, thanks for stepping in before it got out of hand. Chaperone. Don't worry about it. [Chuckles] [Sighs] Hey, Joss, are you okay? I'm fine, just stained. Permanently, I'm afraid. I'm so sorry. This is not coming out. You know, he was aiming for me. Screw him. You know, he has way worse issues than bad aim if he'd do something like that. Oh, I can't believe that idiot ruined the dance. It actually looks kind of cool. Yeah. It's...Jackson Pollocky. Yeah. Hey, hey. Hey. Well, that went downhill fast. Yeah. Well, can you dance in those? Why? You got an idea? Yeah, we gotta get this party back to lit, right? Come on, this way. Huntington's disease. You've heard of it? Yeah. They used to call that Huntington's chorea. I did a little research. You go insane and you lose motor skills... and then you die. Symptoms usually manifest between ages 30 and 50, but it can happen later. That's what happened to your father. Well, he we definitely insane and had been for quite a while. So maybe it started for him in his 40s or 50s. I assume there's a test for it. Yes. You'll take it? I don't know. I don't know if I want to know. Well, why not? I mean, if you have it, you make arrangements. If you don't, there's nothing to worry about. But it's better than living in uncertainty. A little hard to avoid that. My father also left a will. Did he? Among the beneficiaries, Drew Cain and Jason Morgan. My father left a way for them to identify me. But the only way for one of them to access the information is for the other to die. Well, you've got nothing to worry about. Are you sure? The two brothers don't exactly get along. They hate each other, but they hate Faison more. They're not gonna give him what he wants. There any other... beneficiaries? Yeah, two or three. Apparently, Faison left the bulk of his estate to his son. That sick freak. [Sighs] Did daddy scare you? Oh. It's nothing. He was just being responsible. Don't worry. At least he agreed not to give you over to Carly. Not that that would even be an option. 'Cause by the time Mommy is done with granny, she won't even be fit to raise a chia pet. Talking to yourself? Makes you sound crazy. Well, I didn't expect you to drop everything and rush over. Oh, it's fine. I was just sitting at the metro court with your mom. Oh, did you tell her that I-I texted? No. Why? Oh. Okay. Uh, have a seat. Okay. So, I -- Nelle and I are getting ready for the baby, and we want to take care of everything we can in advance. Well, enjoy your sleep and your unstained clothing while you can. Yeah, yeah. Uh... look, I do know that there is one thing that we can set up in advance -- who will take care of our child if something happens to me and Nelle. And... we'd like that person to be you. We -- we were thinking about Dante and lulu, but they have their hands full. And even if they didn't, there's nobody I trust more than you. Unless that's asking too much. Uh, no, it's not too much. I'd be honored.

[Door opens]

I'm sorry to say that we are officially running behind. I know. The wedding was supposed to start 20 minutes ago. Oh, hey, listen. I just went up and down the hallways at General Hospital. I checked with everybody that had a pulse. There's no sign of Franco.

Epiphany: What about at his studio? I don't know. I guess I could go check there. No, wait. Thank you, but... you don't need to do that. Elizabeth. If he was running late, he would have called or texted. Well, you know, he's an artist. Maybe he got carried away, painting -- Franco's not here because... for whatever reason, he chose not to be here. The wedding's off.

Franco: No. No, that -- that... that's not what happened. Oh, yes, it is. I saw the whole thing unfold from start to finish. Betsy asked me if I would watch you boys while she went to the market, so I'm sitting in the living room, reading. All of a sudden, I realize I haven't heard a peep out of either of you for a while, so I go looking. I look in the hallway, I look down the hallway, and the basement door is open. And you are standing at the top of the steps. Well, then it was a mistake. It was some kind of an accident. No, no, no. You had a big smirk on your face, like -- like you're ready to show off. One second, little Andy's standing on that step right below you. The next, he's not. [Chuckles] I'll never forget the sound when he hit that basement floor.



Who knew you could dance like that? News to me. There better be more where that came from. Yeah? You want to get back out there? I do. I got into --

[Cell phone beeps]

Oh. Come on. No. I got to pick up the kids. Okay, that's fine. I'll bring the car around front, meet you outside. I think you should probably stay here. For Oscar. I'll just meet you at home with the kids. You sure? I am sure, as long as you bring those dancing shoes. You want me to bring the shoes? Yeah. [Chuckles] I love you. Love you, too. Be safe. I warned you about calling me crazy. What are you gonna do, take another swing at me? Go whining to Monica? [Laughs] Come on. You know, Carly, Monica actually cares about this baby. It's a real pity that you don't. It's you that I could do without. Oh. Yeah. Sidling up to Monica, making nice with Josslyn. Who's next? I can't be friends with my baby's aunt? No, you're incapable of being a friend. You're using Josslyn to get to Michael, and that ends now. [Sighs] I'll make the announcement that the wedding is off, but I don't want the boys to be there. They're supposed to spend the night at Bobbie's tonight, and she said they could go over early. Would you mind taking them? Are you sure? Felix can take the boys, and I can stay here with you. I'm a big girl. I can handle this myself. I have no doubt. [Sighs] That no good fiancÚ of yours better hope to god that you forgive him before he crosses my path.

[Door opens, closes]

Scott, I have to get changed. Listen, I-I'm really sorry, Elizabeth. But, you know, I know subways are more dependable than my son. You know, he hasn't been right since all of this stuff came out about... Drew and Jason. You know, you're not the only one who's doing some investigating. Oh? Mm-hmm. I put a call in to a professor over at PCU. Oh, that's what I'm talking about right there. See, I want a geologist's opinion of that map that you found. With any luck, I'm gonna have a little more insight as to what Harvey's plans are for Port Charles, and I'm gonna have them by this time tomorrow. wanted to know. Now you do. Do I, huh? Let's just think about this for a minute. Yeah, well... [Clears throat] ...Take your time. It's been hell holding this in all these years. [Exhales sharply] Yeah. I mean, you know... I mean, I promised Betsy that I would never contradict whatever decision she made, whatever story she decided to go with, but now here I am, breaking my promise. Well... better late than never. Listen to me. What you did to Drew has been my secret. Now it's ours. No one else needs to know about this -- not Drew and not your wife.

So, a conservative estimate -- how many pictures did mom take of Josslyn and her date? Oh, it was a lot. Yeah. [Chuckles] Yeah. No, I remember that, standing there while mom took just one more picture, wanting to die of embarrassment. You know, now though, I... I see things though now from a different perspective. And I realize you really want to preserve those moments, big and small. I mean, I've -- I probably looked at my baby's sonogram, like, a million times, and I can guarantee you, by the time my child is one year old, he or she is going to be the most photographed child in history. You know, when you were a baby and your mom had to go away... [Sighs] I promised her that I would take a picture of you every single day, and that's exactly what I did. Oh, I know. I've -- I've seen them. Mm. And, no offense, but some of those are terrible pictures. No, I know. I'm not much of a photographer, and I was way worse back then. Hi. Sam. Hi, sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt, I'm just here to pick up the kids. Oh, uh... you know, I was actually heading out anyway, so...I'll see you. Okay. Good to see you. Good to see you. [Clears throat] Hey. Hi. Uh, Dan-- Danny's here? Yeah. Monica watched him while Drew and I chaperoned Oscar's dance. That's right. The dance, yeah. Drew is still there, so if you want to say good night to Danny before I take him home... yeah, I'd like that. Okay, come on. Hey. Hey. Well, you've still got the moves. Oh, I take it you've seen that before. Oh, yeah. Once or twice. In fact, it reminds me of one night when you served up some serious "top gun" moves. I did what? [Chuckles] Yes. Yeah, don't -- don't be embarrassed. It was -- actually, it was a great night. It was a packed bar, and you were in your navy uniform. You belted out "you've lost that lovin' feeling." [Chuckles] I did not. Yes, you did. You did. I swear. It was a great night. Ah. It blew me away. I'm a bit blown away myself right now.

[Pop music plays on stereo]

Think about love tonight love tonight, love tonight

You know, the thing about you, Nelle, you don't learn from your mistakes. You don't. You lie and you manipulate. It blows up in your face, and then you do it again. Just like the whole dress charade. Only you could hold a grudge against me for doing something nice for Josslyn. What's nice about theft? Excuse me? You stole that dress out of the Crimson closet, and you gave it to Josslyn like it was yours. Yeah, I compared notes with Nina, and she said to give you a head's up. You have a four-figure bill coming your way. You know, Crimson has hundreds of dresses. What does it matter if I took one for Josslyn? 'Cause you weren't doing it for Josslyn! You weren't! You were playing her to get to Michael, and that kind of behavior is trashy and pathetic, just like you. This is all Kevin's fault. If Franco had listened to me, you know, none of this would have happened. That -- that crackpot Kevin. You would be cutting your wedding cake right now. I-I encouraged him to work with Kevin. Well... all due respect, you're... misguided him a little bit, and now he has lost the best thing that would have happened to him... 'cause he couldn't keep the secret. What secret? Well, you know, uh... not secret, a feeling, a little, you know, secret feeling that he should have just kept, you know, kind of to himself. And, you know, I'm gonna get going. [Sighs] Uh...hey, if you want, Elizabeth, I could go out and tell everybody the wedding's off. No. No, I'll do it. They're my guests. I will never repeat what was said here today, and I advise you not to, either. I don't think I can live with myself if I don't. I don't know if you can live with yourself if you do. I mean, Drew finds out, he's coming for you. Even worse than that, what if Elizabeth learns what you were capable of doing when you were just a boy? I mean, what's to stop you from sending one of her kids sailing down the steps? I wouldn't do that. I wouldn't hurt her boys -- ever. Since the tumor has been removed, clearly, I have been able to control my violent impulses. Oh. Okay, so the tumor was there the day that little Drew went a-tumbling, huh? I-I don't know. Maybe the tumor just enhances what's innate in you. I mean, maybe you're just born bad. Did I hear you right? Faison left his money to his son? Apparently, but there's no way to know whether he meant Nathan or Henrik. It's obvious. There's only one son left, isn't there? [Scoffs] This is so unfair. That money should be going to Maxie. She should be taking care of her and her child. Well, Maxie and her child have you and me. And we will make sure that they never want for anything, darling. Money is cold comfort, isn't it? It's not gonna replace the empty dresser drawers or the stand-in at childbirth class or a sister-in-law where a husband-should-be. Maxie has a strong support system at Aurora. Support is not gonna get her back her husband... or the father for her child.


Franco: I think you're an extraordinary woman. I think you have an extraordinary face. I think you have an extraordinary soul. I think you have a spectacular smile, and I love the way it feels when you smile at me. And I love your rambunctious boys and I love your heart and I love your sense of humor and I love all of your perfect flaws. And um... so... will you marry me?

Yes. [Sighs] Time to call off the wedding. Just imagine the effect that this is gonna have on Elizabeth every day. I mean, all of those nagging doubts wearing her down, until she finally loses faith and walks away. Not gonna happen. [Scoffs] You don't have to lose her. As long as you keep quiet, she does not have to know what you did. Why do you care one way or another? Huh? If I lose Elizabeth, what difference does it make to you? None. I'm just trying to save you from yourself. Are you? You know what I think? I don't think anything that you just said is true. I don't. I don't think it happened that way. I think you're lying to me again. So I'll let you know what the professor says tomorrow. Uh, whoa, whoa, whoa. You're just gonna leave without...saying good night? I'm, uh... stay warm. [Sighs]

[Door opens, closes]

Carly, Nina doesn't even know how to answer the phone. You think she knows what comes in and out of Crimson's closet? Come on. You're reaching here. Really? Mm-hmm. Yeah. And it's actually kind of desperate and sad, if I'm gonna be honest with you. [Sighs] You're scared, aren't you? Of you? All of these years holding Michael underneath your thumb have come back to bite you. You're gonna drive him away... right into my arms. They were sleeping so soundly, I didn't... I didn't have the courage to wake them. Does the dog always sleep in Danny's room? Well, yeah, whenever he's here. And he would be here a lot more if I let him. You know, you should feel honored that he actually likes sleeping at your place. You know what? Maybe I should let him bring Annabelle.... no! ...Next time. What? No. Are you kidding me? That's not fair. Having the dog and you? I-I'll never get him home.

[Dance music playing in distance]

Um... why are we in the freezer? So we can be alone. Unless it's too cold. I don't feel cold at all. [Chuckles] Good.


[Shelves rattling]

[Glass shatters]

[People screaming]

Get under that table right now! Aah! Keep away from the windows!

[Rumbling continues]

What's happening? We have to go! No, no! Get under here! Go!

[Rumbling continues]

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