General Hospital Transcript
N’neka: I am so glad that private party brought their own staff. I never could have gotten our team to come in this early. Not if they’ve been working a party past 4:00 in the morning.
Jordan: 4:00 in the morning? That must have been one hell of a party.
Trina: Mr. Ashford?
Trina: Are you going on a trip?
Ned: Thank you all for coming. It’s days like today which remind us of the importance of family. A family that I am happy to say is expanding. Now, I have always thought of Leo as my son, but as of today, it’s official. It’s legal. The adoption of Leo has come through.
[ Cheers and laughter ]
Olivia: Leo wanted to have the same last name as his mom and dad.
Ned: So without further ado, let’s have a toast to my son, Leo.
Leo: Leo Quartermaine!
[ Laughter ]
All: Leo Quartermaine!
Ned: Come here. Give me a hug. Oh, I love you.
Harmony: Oh, my God. How much did I have to drink last night? Neil’s file!
Alexis: Well, you look like you’ve been to hell and back.
Harmony: [ Sighs ]
Sam: I didn’t think you were going to make it.
Carly: Yeah, well, Olivia’s not just my business partner, she’s one of my closest friends. So I’m so happy to be here. I’m just so upset that Monica had to go away on that convention and she couldn’t be here to celebrate Leo becoming a Quartermaine.
Dante: I’m gonna go get a refill.
Sam: [ Clicks tongue ]
Carly: [ Hums ] I deserve that. Are things any better between you and Dante?
Sam: [ Sighs ] You know, we still have to hash some things out.
Leo: Adoption isn’t just for humans.
Drew: Right. Yeah, of course. People can adopt dogs and cats.
Leo: And animals can adopt other animals, especially animals who live by water like seagulls and elephant seals.
Drew: [ Chuckles ] Well, I actually didn’t know that. That’s so cool.
Brook Lynn: My little bro is on his way to becoming a marine biologist. Right?
Leo: I read it in the book that Chase gave me at Christmas. Huh. Where is Chase, Brook Lynn? You promised me he’d be here.
Brook Lynn: That’s a really good question, honey. I don’t know where Chase is.
Chase: [ Sighs ] Damn it.
[ Knock on door ]
Portia: Wow. You’re not wasting any time getting out of here, huh?
Chase: I have somewhere to be this morning, and I’m already late.
Portia: Chase, you had a concussion. You’re not going anywhere until I sign off on it.
[ Elevator bell dings ]
Elizabeth: Hi. Good morning. I was just checking on Cameron.
Finn: How’s he doing?
Elizabeth: Well, if he wasn’t already 18, he’d be grounded forever.
Finn: [ Laughs ] Yeah.
Elizabeth: Thank you for bailing him out last night.
Finn: You’re welcome.
Elizabeth: He’s worried about Chase after finding him unconscious in our living room. How is he?
Finn: Awake and alert, last time I checked.
Elizabeth: Oh, thank God. I’ve been a nurse too long to know that accidents like these could be way more serious.
Finn: Yep, if it was an accident.
Elizabeth: Well, let’s hope. The alternative is kind of freaking me out.
Finn: That the person who’s been stalking your family has now turned violent.
Finn: Hey, is it okay if we come in?
Portia: Patient’s decision.
Chase: Please come in.
Finn: [ Chuckles ]
Portia: Well, I can confirm that your concussion has passed, and I’m going to make arrangements for you to be discharged. But can you do me a favor, Chase? Just have somebody else drive you home.
Elizabeth: Thanks, Portia.
Finn: A concussion, really?
Chase: I guess I knocked something off the shelf when I was checking the cameras. Either that or Aiden was onto something with his Ouija board.
Elizabeth: Ouija board? What are you talking about?
Brook Lynn: Chase, it’s me. I have a very special guest of honor who’s wondering where you are. I’m wondering, too. I’m so sorry, Leo, but Chase didn’t answer. I just got his voice-mail. Do you know what? I don’t know where he is, but I imagine he’ll be here soon.
Olivia: Aww. You know, I know that Ned gives Chase a hard time, but honestly, he was so great with Leo, especially when you guys were here with bailey. In fact, that’s how I convinced Leo to participate in the whole theater therapy thing. I reminded him that Ned and Chase and his big sister, Brook Lynn, they were all performers, so…
Brook Lynn: Chase isn’t loving performing lately.
Drew: If you don’t mind me asking, what is theater therapy?
Olivia: Oh, it’s so great. It’s this afterschool program for kids that are on the spectrum, and it uses theater skits to help them learn about, you know, speech or taking turns or making eye contact — that kind of thing.
Ned: And the whole thing culminates with a performance for the families for Autism Awareness Month.
Drew: That is really something. Wow.
Olivia: Oh, it is. It’s spectacular. Leo’s been loving it. He’s making a lot of new friends and he’s going to recite a poem at the show.
Olivia: Honey, actually, why don’t you — why don’t you recite your poem for everyone?
Leo: The performance isn’t until next week.
Olivia: Oh, no, no, no. I know, I know. Just — just a little — like a — like a sneak peek for — for family and friends. Why don’t you go get your notecards?
Ned: Go ahead.
[ Chuckles ]
Carly: I am so sorry that I put you in that situation with Dante.
Sam: Don’t apologize. I am a big girl, and I’m the one who chose to forward that e-mail to you so you could prove that Esme was behind the video with Joss and Cam.
Carly: I know, but you have enough going on with your own family. Hey, have you talked to Alexis about last night?
Sam: No. I mean, not this morning. Do you know what’s going on with Harmony? I mean, we’re not friends by any means, but I was a little concerned that she was so drunk she could barely stand.
Carly: Harmony said something really strange last night.
Sam: What’d she say?
Harmony: Why are you being so nice to me?
Carly: Because Willow’s my family.
Harmony: Wish she was mine.
Carly: You know, it was probably nothing.
Carly: I mean, Harmony was so drunk, she wasn’t making any sense.
Willow: What are you saying about my mom?
Alexis: Here. Take that.
Harmony: I’m sure I owe you an apology because I don’t really remember a whole lot from last night.
Alexis: Well, you know, I don’t really expect anyone to abstain just because I have to, but you really did cross a line last night.
Harmony: I did? I’m so sorry. What did I do?
Alexis: You bought me a drink and encouraged me to drink it.
Harmony: What?! Oh, my God, Alexis, I don’t know what I was thinking. I’m — I’m so, so sorry. That’s never gonna happen again. You know that, right? I’m just — I don’t — [ Sighs ] I don’t drink. I’m not a drinker. I have the occasional glass of wine.
Alexis: Hmm. So why do you think that you were kicking back, like, double shots of whiskey? Because it’s very clear to me that something’s bothering you.
Harmony: Um, I think it’s just that, you know, the thought of Nina taking Willow to court and this whole ugly situation is going to snowball. I’m just kind of tied up in knots about it.
Alexis: Well, I was hoping to bring it to you first, but I have a feeling Smoltz has gotten to you.
Harmony: What do you mean?
Alexis: He’s a freelance reporter for The Invader, and he’s doing an in-depth piece on Nina’s quest to get visitation of Wiley.
Marshall: Just waiting for my boat to arrive. Thought it would be a good idea to get out of town.
[ Water sloshing, bells ringing ]
Trina: Sounds great. With everything happening in my life, I wish I could get away, too. Between, like, school and my job, and, well, you know, like, everything else is just… [ Sighs ]
Marshall: I have faith in you, Trina. All this is going to work out for you. Stay strong.
Trina: Thank you. You’re not a light packer, are you? [ Chuckles ] How long are you going to be gone for? Oh. Are you leaving for good?
Marshall: It’s complicated.
Trina: Try me.
Marshall: Well, I had hoped to rejoin my family as if nothing had ever happened. That was foolish on my part. I got too many ghosts chasing after me. And it’ll be easier if everyone just forgets I was ever here.
Curtis: I didn’t know you kept such close tabs on my nightclub. I assure you, everything was on the up and up. And I’m aware that nightclubs can stay open for private parties well after 2:00 A.M.
Jordan: I was just teasing you, Curtis. I’m really happy for you that the club is booming. I just came to stop by to see how you and Portia were doing.
Curtis: Well, we’re fine. Uh, the rest is between you and Portia.
Jordan: That was a little abrupt. I thought we were in a good place yesterday.
Curtis: [ Stammers ] It’s all good, Jordan. I’m trying my best here.
Jordan: I know you have a lot on your plate.
Curtis: You don’t know the half of it.
Jordan: What do you mean by that?
Selina: Apologies. I didn’t realize you had company.
Michael: It’s a good strategy. It’s aggressive, it’s unexpected, and I can see how it’d be good for business.
Drew: Well, that’s why she probably gets paid the big bucks.
Ned: All right. What are you two talking about? Aurora?
Drew: In a sense, yeah. Also — also ELQ. Um, look, Ned, I-I got in touch with my lawyer and I can reclaim Scout’s shares, which is great, but Valentin still controls Danny’s shares, which means he will control nearly half the voting stock, so all it’s gonna take is one disgruntled Quartermaine to flip and then we’ll be back in the same situation.
Michael: And we all know how easy it is for one of our family members to, uh, turn.
Ned: Hm. That’s true. But what’s the alternative?
Drew: Well, I met with an executive coach last night. She thought that maybe the best strategy would be for ELQ and Aurora… to merge.
Elizabeth: Finn told me Aiden stopped by the house while I was sleeping?
Chase: Yeah, I, uh, was going to mention something to you this morning, but then, well…
Elizabeth: But why did he come home?
Chase: He said he had a school project about ghosts, and he had a Ouija board with him. I thought it was kind of strange, but who knows? Maybe it’s something for science class.
Elizabeth: No, no. He doesn’t have a project like that.
Chase: Yeah, well, eventually I figured that out, but not before he tricked me into trying to contact someone specific.
Elizabeth: Is it who I think?
Chase: Aiden was trying to contact Franco.
Selina: Is this a bad time?
Jordan: The Savoy isn’t open for business yet. Isn’t that right, Curtis?
Curtis: Yeah. Well, Ms. Wu and I had a previously scheduled appointment. She wants to rent the place out for a private party.
Selina: Yes, I have a family birthday coming, and we want to celebrate in style. But if you’d like me to come back later…
Curtis: No, no, no. This is a good time. Just, um, have a seat and let me, uh, wrap things up with Jordan.
[ Cellphone chimes ]
Jordan: Actually, don’t mind me. I have to go. I know you can handle yourself, but it would be prudent if you happen to be previously booked on the day Selina wants the place.
Curtis: Duly noted.
Selina: Is your ex-wife always going to be hanging around?
Curtis: That’s why you chose this place, right? Because of my connections? Ms. Wu, I have more than delivered on my end of the bargain. Your event was a success last night — well into the morning. Now, do you have what I want?
Selina: As agreed. Your father’s sealed arrest record.
Curtis: [ Sighs ]
Selina: Now that I’ve delivered on my word, I expect you to deliver on yours.
Carly: I’m sorry, Willow. I don’t want you to think Sam and I were gossiping about your mom. I was actually asking Sam about Alexis.
Willow: No, no, you don’t need to apologize, just can you clarify? You said my mom was really drunk?
Sam: Carly and I saw her at the Metro Court. She was… definitely overserved.
Willow: I saw my mom yesterday at the Metro Court, and yes, she had a drink and she seemed really distracted about something, but she wasn’t drunk.
Sam: I’m sorry. I don’t know what to tell you. I mean, maybe this happened after you saw her.
Carly: Yeah, I did check with the bartender, and he said that Harmony had three double whiskeys. That’s a lot of liquor.
Willow: I can’t remember the last time I saw my mom drink hard alcohol, and I’ve never seen her drunk.
Sam: I mean, it definitely wasn’t just the whiskey. You could tell that Harmony was upset about something.
Willow: Now I’m really worried. My mom’s been acting out of sorts for weeks now.
Carly: I think I know why.
Harmony: This man is writing a feature on Nina’s petition?
Alexis: Yeah, this Smoltz. He’s doing a five-part feature, and Michael and Willow have given him an exclusive. And since you’re Willow’s mother, he wanted to reach out to you for a comment and do a deeper dive into Willow’s background and family.
Harmony: Absolutely not.
Elizabeth: Aiden wanted to contact Franco?
Chase: Look, I know it might be hard to hear, but with all the strange things happening at the house, Aiden has it in his head that Franco — or his ghost — is trying to reach out to you.
Elizabeth: Maybe Franco doesn’t want me to move on.
Finn: Aiden’s just a kid. You know, he’s just looking for an explanation. It’s probably easier for him to believe that Franco’s ghost is reaching out than to accept that — accept that someone’s able to break into your house.
Elizabeth: Yeah, maybe. It just seems like every time the boys and I start to move on, I get another reminder of just how traumatized we still are.
[ Elevator bell dings ]
[ Indistinct conversations ]
Jordan: I understand Harrison Chase was brought in last night.
Portia: Yeah, yeah, yeah. He’s right — he’s right in there.
[ Telephone ringing ]
Portia: Jordan, wait a second. I want to apologize for my behavior yesterday. You didn’t deserve to be chewed out in that way. I know that you’re just doing your job.
Jordan: You want to protect your kid. I’ve been there, and I don’t blame you.
Portia: You can blame me for making it personal — making it about your history with Curtis. Especially when he told me that you’re working behind the scenes to find out who actually filmed Josslyn and Cam.
Jordan: I can’t comment on an ongoing investigation, but for what it’s worth, I know the type of young woman Trina is. She has a good moral compass and a good heart, just like her mom.
Marshall: You know what? I got places to go.
Trina: Okay, wait, I don’t understand. You were just getting close to — to T.J. And Curtis. And isn’t Epiphany fond of you, too? Aren’t you gonna miss them?
Marshall: Of course I will. Of course, more than they will ever know. But sometimes, the truth can hurt — hurt so much that it’s better left buried.
Trina: But you told me that the truth is worth fighting for. And you also said that it’s okay to take care of yourself. So if you’re going to leave just because you think that it’s going to be easier on your family, then you’re ignoring your own advice.
Marshall: Well, maybe — maybe I am doing this for myself. Maybe I realized that it was bad for me to be around my family again.
Curtis: You needed a venue and I provided one. Your event was a success.
Selina: The first of many was our arrangement.
Curtis: I’m not sure who you’re used to dealing with, but I don’t break my word. Your gambling operation may continue from time to time, so long as that’s all it entails.
Selina: Well, it’s a start. Before I go, let me give you some advice — while I haven’t read the file myself, I know a thing or two about trust in a family. If you go looking for skeletons in the closet, you are liable to find them, for better or worse. Once you cross that line and open that file, there is no going back.
Elizabeth: I still can’t wrap my head around this. Aiden believes Franco’s haunting us?
[ Knock on door ]
Jordan: Is this a bad time?
Chase: Of course not. Come in.
Jordan: I heard what happened to you, Chase. I wanted to follow up with you.
Chase: Oh, I’m pretty sure it was just a clumsy accident.
Jordan: I hope that’s all it is. But you were injured in a house we know was recently broken into. I’d like to rule out anything criminal.
Chase: Well, it might be easier than you think. I staged security cameras all over the house.
Harmony: Alexis, you know how messy my past is. I’m not going to let some reporter go digging around in my private life.
Alexis: But Michael and Willow are key to the story Smoltz has to do background on them. Okay, you don’t want to participate, fine. I’m sure Smoltz will find another way to do the interview without interviewing you.
Harmony: No, Alexis! That article is not going to run in your paper at all.
Carly: Willow, I think it’s pretty clear that the whole Nina situation has taken a toll on Harmony.
Willow: [ Sighs ] I hate to think what her reaction to the article might be.
Carly: Well, I mean, it’s gonna be tough on Harmony, but she’s gonna get through it because you’re her daughter and you need this.
Willow: Thanks, Carly. I appreciate the nice words.
Carly: [ Sighs ] Hey, can you give my apologies to Olivia? I need to take off.
Sam: Everything okay?
Carly: Yeah. Yeah. I just want to follow up with Alexis. I didn’t want to worry Willow, but I have a feeling that Harmony knows more about the Nina situation than she’s letting on. Alright.
Sam: Good luck.
Alexis: I’m sorry, I can’t publish the feature? Where is this coming from?
Harmony: You, of all people, should understand that the more your reporter investigates, the more likely it is that someone is gonna make the connection that Willow is not my biological child —
Alexis: she’s not your biological child. Just tell her the truth. If anyone can understand how you can mother a child and not give birth, it’s Willow. But it’s your secret to keep, not The Invader’s. All right? I will make sure that there’s nothing said about the commune and you and Willow in that regard, okay? Make sure it’s not published.
Harmony: But you don’t understand, Alexis. Once it’s out there, there’s no way to control it. You don’t know who’s going to start digging or what they’re going to find. I mean, my relationship with Willow is — is just — it’s so fragile as it is. This article, it’s just trouble for everyone involved.
Alexis: Then what would you like me to do? Do you want me to kill the story?
Harmony: Yes! It’s the least you can do! After everything I’ve done for you, you owe me that.
Michael: In addition to increasing ELQ’s value and creating a new revenue stream, Valentin’s shares will be diluted, making it nearly impossible for him to have a majority again.
Ned: Mm-hmm. But that would leave drew with the overwhelming majority interest in the company. So where does that leave me?
Drew: We haven’t really even gotten that far yet, Ned. Honestly, things aren’t sorted, really. Look, why don’t we not talk about this on Leo’s big day, all right? We got lots of time. We’ll work things out, talk strategy before it’s all figured out.
Olivia: Ah! Okay, everyone, it is with great pleasure that I introduce the newest member of the Quartermaine family.
Michael: Welcome to the Quartermaine family, Leo.
Brook Lynn: Look, we’re loud, we’re crazy, but we are very loyal.
[ Laughter ]
Olivia: Go ahead, honey. Show everyone what you’ve been practicing. Okay.
Finn: I asked Chase to stay at Elizabeth’s and provide some security. To that end, he installed cameras around the entrances and hallways.
Chase: The plan was to pull the footage up on my phone, but… it broke last night.
Jordan: The object that knocked you out also busted your phone?
Chase: Or maybe I dropped it when I fell?
Jordan: Can you access the footage from another device?
Chase: Yes, but you have to log on the first time at the home network.
Jordan: Elizabeth, can we go to your house to take a look at the footage?
Elizabeth: Of course. If it gets us answers, that’d be great.
Chase: Yeah. I’ll come back to the hospital later to sign the paperwork.
Jordan: I appreciate your enthusiasm, but I need you to keep your distance.
Chase: But I was the one who set up the cameras.
Jordan: If there was a crime committed, we can’t compromise the investigation. Not only would you be the victim, but you’re also a suspended detective. I need you to respect the line between civilian and cop. Understood?
Chase: [ Sighs ] Yes. Understood.
Jordan: We’ll talk soon.
Finn: Hey, look. I’ll, uh — I’ll be back in a minute and drive you home, okay? Just stay put.
Trina: Why is it bad for you to be around your family?
Marshall: There are things going on you couldn’t possibly understand.
Trina: Okay, try me.
Marshall: No. Trina, you know, we were raised in different eras.
Trina: What does that even mean?
Marshall: [ Laughs ] Forget it. Forget it.
Trina: Whatever you’re running from, it can’t be worse than never seeing your family again.
Marshall: You know what? If you had said that a few weeks back, I might have agreed with you.
Trina: And now? What changed?
Marshall: You know what? You have given me a lot to think about. Now, I don’t want to keep you. Don’t you have a gallery to get to?
Trina: Okay, that’s not fair, using work against me.
[ Air horn blows ]
Marshall: You are an ambitious young lady. If you want to find your dreams, remember, it’s important to prioritize.
Trina: Well, then I’ll see you around. I hope.
Marshall: Trina. If I don’t see you again…. …it’s been a privilege getting to know you.
Curtis: I appreciate your advice, but my issues with my father are none of your concern.
Selina: I suppose not. We’ll talk soon, Mr. Ashford.
Harmony: When you were alone at Spring Ridge and I saw you struggling, I supported you. And when you got out and you made sure to let me know that I wasn’t worthy enough to be your friend, I still supported you. So I’m asking for your support now. If you’re truly my friend, you’ll do this for me. No questions asked. Please kill this story.
Alexis: If I were truly your friend, you wouldn’t put me in this position. I am going to work. When I get back, we need to have a serious conversation. Maybe it’s time to reevaluate our arrangement.
Harmony: [ Sighs ]
[ Breaking glass ]
Harmony: Damn it! [ Breathing heavily ]
Brook Lynn: Hey, Leo. What’s wrong, buddy?
Leo: I don’t want to read the poem anymore.
Olivia: Honey, you don’t have to. I didn’t want to put any pressure on you. I just wanted you to know how proud I am of you. Honey, you can save it all for the big show, okay?
Leo: No! I’m not gonna do the play anymore!
Olivia: [ Sighs ] Boy, I really messed this up.
Ned: I got this. Leo.
Olivia: [ Sighs ] I don’t know what happened. I — his — his counselors are all saying he’s making so much great progress. I — God, I hope he’s not regressing.
Brook Lynn: I wouldn’t jump to any conclusions. Okay, this — this might not have anything to do with the fact that Leo is on the spectrum. A lot of kids his age get stage fright.
Olivia: [ Sighs ] God, I hope you’re right.
Brook Lynn: I’ve been known to get stage fright myself. I recognize the signs.
Olivia: [ Sighs ] Okay. I’m going to go check on them, and if it turns out to be just that, maybe — maybe you and Chase can give a little pep talk, you know, since you’re both performers.
Brook Lynn: Sure.
Olivia: Thanks, honey.
Chase: If Chase ever shows up.
[ Knock on door ]
Portia: Good news. I got your discharge paperwork right here. All you need to do is sign it and you’re out of here.
Chase: Well, I have to wait for my brother to get back from playing detective with my boss.
[ Pen clattering ]
Portia: Thank you.
Chase: You don’t by chance have any of the Quartermaine’s’ phone numbers, do you? I need to reach out to Brook Lynn.
Portia: Oh, you don’t have their numbers.
Chase: Well, not memorized, no.
Portia: [ Sighs ]
Chase: It’s the downside of having every number stored on your phone, which is great until your phone breaks.
Portia: Ugh. Well, why do you need to reach Brook Lynn?
Chase: [ Sighs ] The Quartermaine’s are having this big family day, and I promised Brook Lynn that I’d be there.
Portia: Well, I think she would understand once she finds out that you were in the hospital.
Chase: It’s been a little tricky between us, trying to figure out our friendship without Bailey between us. I feel like I keep disappointing her. [ Scoffs ] Wow, I, uh, guess that bump on the head shook me up a little more than I realized. I don’t usually open up to people I don’t really know.
Portia: Well, it’s okay. It’s quite all right. Well, in my experience, I’ve found that a little effort can really go a long way.
Chase: Yeah. Hey, uh, since my phone is busted, can you help me order a ride share?
Finn: This is where we found Chase, a-and that was on the floor beside his head.
Jordan: And no one saw it hit Chase, right?
Elizabeth: No, I was upstairs asleep.
Finn: And I was bailing out Cameron.
Jordan: Elizabeth, can you download the app Chase was using so we can look at the security camera footage?
Jordan: And while you’re doing that, do you mind if I look around?
Finn: N-no. Of course. Yeah, give the place a once-over. All the doors and windows appeared to be locked.
Jordan: Well, that didn’t stop the intruder before, so let’s just cover our bases.
Elizabeth: Chase left me the app info. I just have to install it. It’s going to take a few minutes to download. The Ouija board. I didn’t think anything of it until Chase told us what was going on with Aiden. How could I have missed that?
Finn: Don’t do that. Don’t be hard on yourself. There’s a lot going on right now. And you’ve been a parent long enough to know that sometimes, when things get confusing or sad or — or a little scary, that kids latch on to a fantasy to sometimes make sense of everything.
Curtis: Damn it, Marshall.
[ Door opens ]
Curtis: We’re not open.
Curtis: Trina. Hey, hey, hey. What, uh — what, uh — what are you doing here?
Trina: Um, well, I was on my way to work, and I had a feeling that you might want to know.
Curtis: Know what?
Trina: It’s your dad. I saw him at the pier. He had a bag with him. He said he’s leaving town.
Sam: Can I please just take another second to apologize again for putting a wedge between us?
Sam: It’s just that I’m trying to find the boundaries on, like, what this relationship is, and it’s been a really long time since I’ve… been with someone who…
Dante: Someone who what?
Sam: [ Sighs ]
Dante: It’s cool. You can tell me anything.
Sam: I was going to say someone who plays by the rules.
Dante: Um, well, I’m sorry, too. Because, uh… I feel like I came down on you harsher than I needed to.
Sam: I understand that you need to be able to trust me. I fully intend to prove that you can.
Dante: I do trust you, Sam. And, yeah, I was disappointed that you looked at privileged information. But…I know you have this, uh, impression of me as being Johnny Follow-The-Rules, but I have been known to break them from time to time too, and I’m trying to find where the line is between us also.
Sam: I think the good news is that we’re going to… have all the time in the world, because I don’t plan on going anywhere.
[ Chuckles ]
Dante: Well, me neither. ‘Cause I love you, Sam.
Sam: I love you, too.
Brook Lynn: You better have a good excuse, Chase.
Jordan: I just did a sweep of the entire house. There were no signs of forced entry. So let’s take a look at Chase’s footage.
Elizabeth: Okay. It says it’s ready.
Jordan: Okay. Now, let’s see what happened last night.
Elizabeth: Is it fair to say I’m a little nervous?
Jordan: Of course it is. We’re all just trying to find answers.
Elizabeth: What just happened?
Jordan: The video from last night — looks as if the file is corrupted.
Finn: How is that possible?
[ Air horn blows ]
Marshall: Time to go.
Curtis: Running away again, huh?
Harmony: I’m going to burn these, and that’ll be the end of it. No matches.
[ Knock on door ]
Carly: [ Sighs ] Alexis!
[ Knock on door ]
Carly: Alexis! I know that’s Harmony’s car in the driveway.
[ Door opens ]
On the next “General Hospital” —
Curtis (to Marshall): Why wouldn’t you just tell me what happened?
Jordan (to Elizabeth): Someone did this to you deliberately.
Michael: From this point on, I want nothing to do with you.
Brook Lynn (to Chase): What am I hoping for in this exact moment?
Diane (to Alexis): Why would you even think about that?
Sonny (to Willow): I need to ask you a favor.
Carly (to Harmony): What’s really going on between you and Nina Reeves?