General Hospital Transcript
Portia: Check out the double-sided fireplace. And look, all this outdoor space for entertaining. Hold on.
Curtis: Look at that big room for Trina, just in case she wants a break from dorm life.
Portia: What do you think?
Curtis: Well… I think it’s perfect. And I take it you agree.
Portia: I absolutely love it.
Curtis: I absolutely love you.
Portia: Oh, my gosh. Did we just find our new home?
Curtis: We might have.
Portia: [ Squeals ] Wow. Oh, baby.
Jordan: What does it take for a girl to get a drink around here?
Jordan: Hello, Curtis. Portia.
Portia: [ Chuckles ]
Britt: Nina, hi.
Nina: Hi. I’m so sorry to surprise you like this.
Britt: No, it’s fine. Is everything okay?
Nina: No, I’m just so damn tired of Carly painting me as this home-wrecking schemer, you know? And everyone’s just standing in line, taking her side. And yes, I’m not blameless. I’m not saying that. I am human. But she’s the one who rejected Sonny and sh– the divorce — it’s on her. It’s not on sonny. And it’s certainly, Britt, not on me.[ Exhales deeply ]
Britt: Feel better?
Nina: A little. Thanks. I just — I guess I needed to just say that out loud, and… I know that you’ve been on the receiving end of Carly’s special blend of malice, so you can sympathize.
Britt: Mm, not really.
Anna: It’s not that I don’t trust you. It’s just that I don’t trust you. Why meet there of all places? Alright, I’m on my way. But listen, if this is a trap, one of us will regret it, and it won’t be me.
Maxie: Your friendship means a lot to me.
Austin: Okay, how much?
Maxie: Like, on a scale from one to 10?
Maxie: [ Scoffs ]
Austin: There was a time not long ago, Maxie, when you and I talked about being more than just friends.
Maxie: I remember.
Austin: But you said that you wanted to focus on getting your then-Louise now-Bailey-Louise back.
Maxie: And she is.
Austin: Right. So what are you gonna focus on now?
Elizabeth: Betsy. I wasn’t expecting you.
Betsy: There’s something I need to — uh, I-I-I thought you’d be alone.
Elizabeth: Betsy, wait. You’re clearly here for a reason. Just tell me what it is.
Betsy: I wasn’t honest with you before. You deserve the truth, Elizabeth. All of it.
Finn: The truth about what?
Betsy: You’re the doctor, right?
Elizabeth: Yes, this is Dr. Hamilton Finn. He’s a friend of mine. But you already know that.
Betsy: I guess I do.
Elizabeth: You said I deserve to know the truth.
Betsy: About what? About…[ Gasps ]
Betsy: It’s, uh… about why I’m here and what I’ve done.
Austin: I shouldn’t have done that.
Maxie: Um, I’m the one that kissed you.
Austin: Uh, yes, you did. That’s true. You did.
Maxie: Should I not have?
Austin: N– oh, Maxie, I’ve wanted us to kiss since… I mean, I-I can’t pinpoint the exact moment, but for quite a while now.
Maxie: What stopped you?
Austin: Well, when we first met, you were under extreme duress from the life that you had before we met. And then you were holding vigil for your lost daughter, even though she was hiding in plain sight from your psycho ex.
Maxie: Right. And you were comforting me.
Austin: I tried. And then I felt really guilty that I accidentally told Victor something that helped him and… I don’t know, and then… after your nut-job ex was no longer a threat —
Maxie: oh, no. I think the word you’re looking for is “dead.”
Austin: Yes, he’s dead.
Maxie: Um, why didn’t you kiss me then?
Austin: When Peter died? You were in Europe.
Maxie: After I got back.
Austin: Well… I-I just thought you — I don’t know. You might want a little space to process things.
Maxie: Okay, wait. So are you not trying to rush things or you want to respect my feelings?
Austin: I do. You say that like it’s a bad thing.
Maxie: No, no, it’s not. Not at all. If that’s really the reason.
Austin: What other reason could there be?
Maxie: Maybe you’re having second thoughts?
Curtis: I knew you were coming back soon. How about giving a guy a heads up?
Jordan: Ever since I got the okay from my doctors, all I’ve been focusing on is getting back.
Curtis: Does TJ know?
Jordan: Yes, he knows. I haven’t seen him yet. I went straight to G.H., But he was still in surgery.
Portia: Well, isn’t that doctors for you? Always inconsiderate of other people’s time.
Jordan: I know, right? What’s wrong with all of you? It’s good to see you, Portia.
Portia: Mm, it’s good to see you, too, Jordan. And since I’m a doctor, I can’t help but ask you, how’s the recovery going?
Jordan: So long as I don’t inhale a basement full of carbon monoxide again, I’m good to go.
Portia: Yeah. [ Chuckles ] Once was good enough for me, too. I just have to say that you look absolutely wonderful.
Jordan: Thank you. I feel good. Anyway, I didn’t mean to interrupt. I’ll catch up with you both some other time.
Curtis: Oh, please, please, you know better than that. Have a seat.
Portia: Uh, I’m meeting TJ and Stella for dinner, and I thought — well… never mind what I thought. You’re busy, so I’ll catch you later.
Curtis: Jordan, wait. Jordan, wait.
Nina: Are you on Carly’s side?
Britt: Absolutely not.
Nina: Well, I didn’t think so, Britt. I mean, clearly I was distracted when I was in Nixon Falls with everything that was going on, but I got the impression that you had a real connection with Jason. And then all of a sudden, Carly swoops in and the next thing you know, he’s marrying her.
Britt: Yeah. [ Scoffs ] That happened because Carly and Jason thought Sonny was dead. And that happened because of you. Look, I-I’m not judging you, okay? I’ve done more than my share of scheming. I’ve told lies that are arguably just as damaging. Besides, we’re family. That promise we made on Nathan’s grave is one I want to keep. So if anyone’s coming for you, Nina, I have your back.
Nina: Thank you.
Britt: But as family, I feel justified to call B.S. When I’m hearing it. A-and maybe you didn’t set out to wreck Carly’s marriage. But that is what you did. And there was bound to be fallout.
Anna: What is this about? Look, whatever game you’re playing, I have had enough drama recently to last me a lifetime, so whatever game this is, just count me out, okay?
Dr. Obrecht: I’m sorry, Anna. I’m afraid you’re “all in” now. Up to your pretty little neck.
Elizabeth: Okay, betsy, what have you done?
Betsy: Are these yours?
Elizabeth: No, they’re my son’s. Jake’s.
Betsy: The artistic one. Bobby wrote me all about him. He was so proud of Jake. Maybe Jake will grow up to be as talented as Bobby was.
Elizabeth: You were just about to tell us what you’ve done.
[ Doorbell rings ]
Elizabeth: Excuse me. Oh, hi. Perfect timing. Come in. Um, you guys remember Betsy.
Elizabeth: She was just about to tell us what she did and why she did it.
Dante: I think we know why.
Austin: No, I-I’m not having second thoughts, Maxie. I’m having a thought and then, like, another thought and then another thought. And another thought. I’m thinking that to respect someone’s boundaries is a really nice thing to do.
Austin: Yeah. I figure you might want a little space and time after a solid year of fear and doubt.
Maxie: Yeah, you’re right. Space and time and boundaries — those are all usually really good things.
Austin: Okay. But not this time?
Maxie: Peter kept me in a cage for a year, confined by his obsession. At long last, he’s finally gone, and I can do things that make me happy without worrying that they’re gonna jeopardize my children. So, no, I don’t think I need boundaries. I’m ready to make up for lost time. Are you?
Portia: If you two need to talk, I can step out. I can check my email.
Jordan: Why would you need to step out?
Curtis: No, Portia, you should stay. Um, Jordan, I didn’t want you to hear this from someone else.
Jordan: You’ve been house hunting together. I didn’t mean to eavesdrop, but I overheard something about a double-sided fireplace and a nice big room for Trina.
Portia: [ Chuckles ]
Jordan: Sounds ideal.
Portia: It’s a little early to get our hearts set on it or anything. We haven’t even called the agent yet.
Curtis: No, we, uh — we should move fast.
Jordan: Then do that. An opportunity like this, you don’t want to wait.
Portia: You know, Jordan, once you’re all settled in and everything, let’s get together. We can grab some lunch or something like that.
Jordan: Absolutely. Maybe you can do me a favor.
Portia: Yeah, name it.
Jordan: Laura gave me a mini briefing on all the criminal activity going on during my convalescence. Maybe you two can catch me up on what the law-abiding citizens have been doing.
Nina: You’re right. I fell in love with a married man. It was a mistake, but I can’t be the only person in the whole world that that’s ever happened to, Britt. And Carly, she just insisted on this divorce. She rammed it through practically overnight.
Britt: Okay, correct me if I’m wrong, but that was after she found you and Sonny in bed together.
Nina: We thought the marriage was over.
Nina: Britt, I didn’t go to the haunted star intending to sleep with Sonny. It’s just all these feelings that we had been fighting for — for months we couldn’t fight anymore. I’m sorry that I hurt Carly, but I am a good grandmother, and I sure as hell don’t think it should cost me my grandson.
Britt: What does this have to do with Wiley?
Nina: Willow just informed me that there’s no clear path in me seeing Wiley. They want to shut me out of my grandson’s life.
Elizabeth: Betsy, these are our friends Sam McCall and Dante Falconeri.
Betsy: Sam McCall. You’re married to that man who hates my son. Jason. Is he here?
Sam: Jason passed away.
Betsy: Oh. I’m sorry for your loss.
Sam: Thank you.
Finn: Do you know Dante as well?
Betsy: Yes. You’re the cop.
Dante: Yeah, that’s right.
Betsy: Am I in trouble?
Dante: Uh, no. Uh, nothing like that. I-I did notice you were checking out that portrait before. Do you like it?
Betsy: Like it? I love it. Bobby painted that.
Dante: Yeah, it, um — well, it was brought here, saved, really, from a fire in his studio. A lot of weird things, strange things have been happening with — with Elizabeth and Franco’s belongings.
Betsy: What strange things? What’s going on?
Dante: We were kind of hoping maybe you could tell us.
Betsy: Well, I don’t know anything. What could I tell you?
Dante: Well, um… maybe you could tell us why you were committed to a mental health facility recently.
Betsy: How do you know that? That’s private.
Dante: It was part of a police record.
Betsy: Oh, right. I-I guess it would be.
Dante: You were temporarily hospitalized so that you wouldn’t hurt yourself or someone else.
Leisl: I haven’t heard from you since your return from Switzerland. Mein Mutterland. Trittst im Morgenrot daher Seh’ich dich im Strahlenmeer
Anna: I don’t know what’s happening.
Leisl: It’s rude to interrupt the Schweizerpsalm.
Anna: Oh, okay. W-why do you think that you should have heard from me?
Leisl: Ah. I see.
Anna: What? See what?
Leisl: That our cathartic afternoon in the rage room bonding over our destructive power meant nothing to you.
Anna: Well, I wouldn’t say nothing.
Leisl: I mistakenly thought you and I had achieved a kind of breakthrough that day, that we might begin to put the past behind us.
Anna: Okay, sure. Yeah, I thought so, too. Why am I here?
Leisl: I should think that would be obvious.
Austin: Maxie, I’m all for making up for lost time.
Maxie: That’s great.
Austin: But you were just chased into a European forest like you’re in some kind of Grimms’ fairy tale.
Maxie: I know what I went through, Austin. I lived it. That’s even more of a reason to put it behind me.
Austin: Right, but it would be okay if you didn’t want to rush into anything, if you wanted to take your time.
Maxie: Oh. Okay. I understand now.
Maxie: You’re scared.
Portia: I’m not surprised that Trina’s going full-steam at PCU. But that gallery exhibit sounds amazing.
Portia: Oh, it was.
Curtis: Yeah. So, Jordan, I know you asked about law-abiding citizens, but, uh —
Jordan: I knew that would only last us so long. Who did what now?
Curtis: What have you heard about Sonny?
Jordan: Laura told me that he and Carly are over. But I didn’t get many details.
Curtis: Don’t worry, you will. Everybody’s talking about it.
Jordan: I also heard that Jason Morgan never came back from Greece.
Curtis: Missing, presumed dead. But that was after he rescued Britt Westbourne and Liesl Obrecht, of all people.
Jordan: Whatever his faults, we’ll call them, Jason was a remarkable person. There’s really no hope?
Curtis: Doesn’t look like any. I’m just glad he was able to rescue Drew.
Jordan: I’m happy for you, Curtis. I know you missed your friend.
Curtis: Yeah, it’s really good having him back.
Jordan: Question — why did I have to hear from TJ that your father finally resurfaced after all these years?
Curtis: Yeah. Well, when Marshall came back, I didn’t want to talk about him. Or to him. So I’m gradually getting used to having Marshall in my life. But, you know, it’s a process. Jordan: I can’t wait to meet him. So, are there any other secrets out there? Anything else I should know? A good cop likes to be prepared.
[ Cellphone chimes ]
Jordan: Yep. And I’m officially late. Again, good luck on the house. I know you’ll be happy there.
Curtis: Well, uh, that went well, don’t you think?
Nina: I’ve gone over and beyond trying to avoid a legal battle, but they’re leaving me no choice.
Britt: Well, are you sure about that? The more you escalate things, the more Michael and Willow are likely to come back at you twice as hard.
Nina: Oh, I get that, I get it. But it’s not just them. I-I admit my interactions with them are at an all-time low, but it’s also Carly. She doesn’t want me to have a relationship with Wiley at all. And she can dress it up as much as she wants. But it’s retaliation, plain and simple.
Britt: Okay, I’m gonna have to stop you right there, Nina. Not because what you’re saying is untrue, but because what I’m hearing you tell yourself is that you’re right and you are the victim and Carly’s wrong and she’s the bad guy. The more you lock into that kind of thinking, the less likelihood there will be of a compromise.
Nina: But I’ve tried to compromise, and I still don’t see my grandson.
Britt: And one more consideration — Sonny may be divorced, but you’re starting a war against his ex-wife and his son. That could put a real crimp in your romance.
Nina: So you think I shouldn’t go to court?
Britt: I think you need to be honest with yourself about what you can gain and what you stand to lose.
[ Cell Phone beeps ]
Britt: Excuse me. I have a patient.
Nina: Okay. Listen, thank you for talking to me. It’s not what I wanted to hear. But I needed to hear it.
Britt: Any time.
Anna: That was a very good shot.
Leisl: I know. I’ve been practicing.
Anna: Okay, so you still haven’t explained what this is about.
Leisl: I needed privacy to discuss a détente, a peace between us.
Anna: Really? Given our history? How do you think I’m gonna react?
Leisl: Yes, our overall history has been contentious and complex.
Anna: Mm-hmm. An understatement.
Leisl: But our recent history has been far more constructive and straightforward. You in the Northern Alps of mein Mutterland —
Anna: You’re not gonna sing again, are you?
Leisl: And I here in Port Charles, our mutual adopted home. Together, we were able to locate Maxie and bring her home safely to her daughter.
Anna: Well, a lot of people made that possible. But yes, you were one of them. Yes.
Leisl: I wish I could have been there when Peter met his end.
Anna: Oh. That was necessary. It’s not something I take any joy in.
Leisl: Of course you don’t. But I do.
Anna: Well, yes, I mean, you do have every right, given what he did to you.
Leisl: The person most entitled to see Peter suffer and die was Jason Morgan. Perhaps Jason can torment Peter in the afterlife, ja? [ Chuckles ]
Anna: You know, I’m forever in awe at what you consider to be “comforting thoughts.”
Leisl: But you understand it. And in your own way, you understand me. And I you.
Anna: What if we do?
Leisl: What do you say to a new beginning?
Elisabeth: Betsy, why didn’t you tell us you were admitted to a mental health clinic?
Betsy: Because it’s embarrassing.
Finn: No. You don’t have to be embarrassed.
Sam: Yeah, no one is here to judge you.
Finn: We just want to know the truth about why you came here.
Elizabeth: You were just about to tell us.
Betsy: Was I? I’m having trouble now.
Dante: Um, maybe I could ask you a few questions that will help get you back on track, yeah?
Betsy: Okay, I guess.
Dante: Okay. Do you, uh — do you want to have — have a seat?[ Clears throat ] You didn’t go to Franco’s grave today, did you?
Betsy: I wanted to, but I couldn’t. From the moment I heard Bobby was killed, I just couldn’t face up to it.
Elizabeth: It was a terrible loss for everyone who loved him.
Betsy: And you were one of those people. You loved him, stood by him, gave him hope. It was different with me.
Dante: Um, different how?
Betsy: I failed him just when he needed me most. And when I heard he was gone and I’d never get the chance to — never. [ Crying ]
Elizabeth: It’s okay. We understand.
Dante: You couldn’t bear losing Franco, so… you put it on Elizabeth?
Betsy: What? No. I didn’t. Cross my heart.
Austin: I’m not scared of you. Why would I be scared?
Maxie: Oh, come on, Austin. There’s a reason you were living in the middle of nowhere when we met.
Austin: Yeah, I was waiting for the right time to come to Port Charles.
Maxie: You could have done that at any point. You were hiding from the world. I basically dropped in out of the sky, in labor, no less. I was in a crisis. You needed to help me. We had this connection, but something was always getting in the way, namely havoc being wreaked by Peter.
Austin: Right. But not anymore.
Maxie: No. Now that Peter is dead…
Maxie: …We’re no longer in a crisis where everything we feel is being heightened. I want to know if our crisis feelings are really crisis feelings or if they’re real feelings. Don’t you?
Austin: Yeah, I do.
Curtis: Well, Jordan certainly seems to be in a good place.
Portia: She’s very supportive of us moving in together. Me and her ex-husband.
Curtis: You think she’s trying too hard?
Portia: I think she’s still in love with you. Not that I blame her. I know from experience you’re a hard man to get over.[ Chuckles ]
Curtis: Based on experience, right back at you.
Portia: The point is is that you are the type of man that comes along once in a lifetime. And for me, twice. And if I know that, Jordan knows it, too.
Cameron: Ms. Henry, it’s so good to see you.
Stella: Oh, it’s good to see you, too, Cameron.
Cameron: How are you feeling?
Stella: Fully recovered. And it’s very kind of you to ask.
Cameron: I’m very happy to hear that. Um, I don’t know if you remember, but I was at Kelly’s the day of your stroke.
Stella: You were? I-I’m sorry. My memory of that day is still a bit cloudy.
Cameron: It’s no problem. I-I’m just happy to hear that you’re — you’re feeling better.
Cameron: Although I am very sorry about your envelope.
Cameron: I just hope it wasn’t too important.
Anna: If this was just about surviving Peter, then I would say yes to a new beginning, of course. But I — I can never forgive you for the hell you put Robin through.
Leisl: That was Cesar’s doing. My most heinous misdeeds were at his behest. Most of them, anyway. But that fact does not move you. Is that what you’re saying?
Anna: I don’t know. I mean, look. I understand a lot of damage can be done for loving someone that — when it’s not returned. I get that. I’ve seen it. And for you, it was Faison. For Peter, it was Maxie.
Leisl: For Cesar… it was you.
Anna: Right. I guess that’s something that we — we share, we have in common, that we’re free of that obsession now.
Leisl: Yeah. Thankfully, I shed mine and found real love with Scott.
Anna: Scott. Okay.
Leisl: Our pairing amuses you?
Anna: No, no, no, no. No, I’m very happy for you.
Leisl: For the woman who’s brought such pain and sorrow on you and those you love?
Anna: None of us are blameless, are we? It was Faison’s obsession with me that brought him to town and cost Nathan his life, right?
Leisl: Thank you for that. When it comes to my son’s death, there’s plenty of blame to go around.
Anna: Hey, look. I’m not sure that we can ever be, you know, friends. But I do think that maybe we should find a way to put our past behind us.
Finn: It’s okay, Mrs. Frank. You’ve been upset and confused.
Betsy: Have you ever gone crazy, Dr. Finn? Not upset and confused, but grief that hits you so hard, you just go all-out nuts?
Finn: Yeah, I have.
Betsy: It’s terrible, isn’t it?
Sam: Well, here’s a possible explanation, Betsy. Maybe you don’t remember taking Elizabeth’s wedding ring.
Betsy: What would I do with your wedding ring?
Dante: Do you have any recollection of cutting up her dress?
Betsy: Cutting up her dress?
Dante: Burning down Franco’s art studio?
Betsy: I would never.
Dante: And bringing that painting here?
Betsy: Of course not. I love my Bobby. I love his art. I would die before I let anything happen to his work.
Finn: You know Betsy, um… people handle grief differently. Some withdraw into a shell. Others act out.
Betsy: Which one did you do?
Finn: Well, I acted out. How about you?
Betsy: I’m a shell person.
Finn: Well, you know, if you ever need any help, we’re here.
Betsy: You’re being very nice and understanding, Dr. Finn. All of you are. But I couldn’t have done any of those things.
Sam: But why not?
Betsy: I’ve been under 24-hour surveillance at the clinic, and I wasn’t released until right before I came to Port Charles. I may not be in my right mind, but even I couldn’t be in two places at one time.
Austin: So don’t take this the wrong way.
Maxie: [ Chuckles ] Okay.
Austin: But there’s something very different about you since you’re back. You seem lighter, more buoyant. I like this Maxie Jones.
Maxie: You mean the Maxie Jones who likes to keep moving forward with no regrets? The one who doesn’t hide how I feel because there’s no reason to hide anymore? There’s no way you could have known this, but this is Maxie Jones, the real Maxie Jones.
Austin: Great. Why would I be scared of that?
Maxie: I heard it takes some getting used to.
Austin: What are you doing tonight?
Curtis: Jordan and I signed those divorce papers long before she got hurt and went away. I’ve moved on. And so has she.
Portia: I don’t doubt Jordan’s intentions, Curtis. I mean, if I were in her shoes, I would say all the right things just like she did. I might even believe them. But if there was a chance, even a long shot, I would never let you go.
Stella: I’m trying my best to recall.
Cameron: You had an envelope with you with papers inside it. You said that you were going to mail it. And that’s when you had your stroke.
Cameron: Thank you, Ms. Henry.
Stella: I need a mailbox.
Cameron: Yes, on the corner to the right.
Stella: I just gotta make — oh!
Cameron: A-are you okay?
Stella: Yeah, I-I’m fine. Though, for the life of me, I can’t remember what was in that envelope. Since I haven’t gotten any calls or e-mails asking for missing documents, I suppose whatever it was couldn’t be all that important.
Cameron: That’s a relief. I-I’ve just felt horrible ever since whatever was in it got soaked.
Stella: What did you say you did with the envelope?
Cameron: Well, in the midst of all the confusion, one of the waitresses threw it out. But I-I can’t help but feel that it was all my fault.
Leisl: How do we begin? It’s no small feat to outdistance one’s past.
Anna: Especially one as contentious and complex as ours.
Leisl: Ah. I’ve got it. We can join a book club. Together, we shall steamroll local armchair bibliophiles.
Anna: Those poor people.
Leisl: We can take turns choosing the books. Then we tell them what to think and devour their homemade snacks. Whoever brings crudités forfeits their life.
Anna: I like crudités.
Leisl: Why am I not surprised? I’m more of a charcuterie lass myself.
Anna: Oh, I like that, too.
Leisl: See? Just when we thought common ground would be impossible to find.
Anna: So, this axe-throwing thing — what, are we imagining our enemies or each other as the targets? Do you see what I did there? Our enemies or each other.
Leisl: They are no longer one and the same.
Dante: Okay. Uh, yeah, thank you.
Dante: Uh, the director of the clinic says that Betsy was there from, uh, thanksgiving until she came here to Port Charles.
Finn: So obviously Betsy didn’t do anything to the ring or — or do anything to that dress.
Elizabeth: I guess you couldn’t have started that fire in Franco’s studio or taken that painting. Betsy, I am so sorry for thinking you did all those things.
Betsy: I don’t blame you. In your place, I would have suspected me, too. I should have been more open about how Bobby’s death hit me. If I could have just had a chance to say how sorry — how really sorry…
Elizabeth: Franco loved you. He knew you did your best. And if he were here right now, he would tell you you have nothing to apologize for.
Betsy: You really think so?
Betsy: Thank you, dear. I’m glad my son had somebody like you to love him. I should go. I have a bus to catch to get home.
Dante: Uh, we could give you a lift to the bus station.
Betsy: Thank you, Detective. I’ll call a rideshare. I’m really sorry you’re going through all this. Maybe it’s just a simple explanation.
Maxie: What do you think I’m doing tonight?
Austin: Well, I think this is the part where you say, “I’m going out with you tonight, austin.” But… I’m sensing a strong vibe that maybe that’s not what this part is.
Maxie: I’m gonna spend time with my daughter.
Maxie: And her siblings.
Austin: Awesome. I don’t want to be somebody that comes between you and your kids. Good night, Bailey Louise. And this Maxie Jones, it’s so nice to have met you. Have a good night.
Maxie: I’ll see you tomorrow.
Leisl: I suggest we start with something simple, perhaps a drink at the savoy. I will even leave Scott at home.
Anna: Oh, that would be best, yeah.
Leisl: It would just be the two of us.
Anna: You know, let’s not push our luck. Why don’t we just start with not plotting each other’s demise and go from there?
Leisl: Agreed. Auf wiedersehen, scarecrow. [ Chuckles ]
Anna: Until we meet again.
Anna: Okay. [ Sighs ] Yes. Still got it.
Curtis: Well, we don’t want to lose out. We need to set up a tour with the broker and come in with a strong bid.
Portia: Mm. I’m ready when you are.
Curtis: Well, this is it. This next chapter is just the beginning.
Stella: Don’t give it a second thought. I made the mess, and someone did her job and cleaned it up.
Cameron: Well, I hope your experience doesn’t prevent you from coming to Kelly’s again. Oh, well, as a matter of fact, I’m on my way there right now to meet TJ and his mother. Jordan’s back in Port Charles, so we’re all getting together.
Cameron: That’s wonderful. I think I’m working there later tonight. In case I don’t see you, I’m gonna call one of the waitresses and tell her that dessert is on me.
Stella: Well, thank you. But you’ll do no such thing.
Cameron: Well, I would really like to treat you guys —
Stella: It’s a lovely gesture, but my dessert is not coming out of your paycheck. You’re gonna spend that money on your education.
Cameron: But the envelope —
Stella: Is gone. And that’s the end of that. Now, I don’t want to be late. And it was wonderful to see you, Cameron.
Cameron: It’s good to see you as well, Ms. Henry.
Finn: There’s no way she could have pulled any of this off.
Sam: None. Betsy is barely holding it together.
Dante: Sure seems like she’s suffered enough.
Elizabeth: Well, thank you both for your help.
Dante: I wish we could have helped actually find the person who’s been harassing you.
Elizabeth: Yeah, well, I’m at a complete loss.
Sam: Okay, well, if it wasn’t Betsy, then who was it?
Finn: What is it? It’s a sketch of Franco. Never seen it before. Jake drew it.
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