GH Transcript Thursday, April 21, 2022

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[ Suspenseful music plays ]

[ Footsteps approach ]

Finn: Hey. Look, hopefully, this won’t take long, but, if Elizabeth wakes up before I get back, please have her call me.

Chase: Got it. And don’t worry. I got everything under control here. I can see the feeds from all the cameras on my phone, so I don’t even have to get off the couch.

Finn: Thank you. I owe you one.

Chase: No problem. We’re going to find whoever’s been harassing Elizabeth. That’s a promise.

Jordan: Cabrera. I heard you had a problem with a perp tonight.

Rory: Uh, yes, ma’am. I filled out all the appropriate paperwork.

Jordan: I was referring to that bruise. Doesn’t look too serious, but might want to ice it.

Rory: Oh, it’s not — um. I’m good.

Jordan: What happened?

Rory: A fight broke out at Kelly’s. Spencer Cassadine was the instigator.

Jordan: Spencer? At Kelly’s? Who else was involved?

Spencer: If you wouldn’t mind telling me exactly what the hell you thought you were doing back there. It’s not as though we don’t have plenty of time on our hands.

Cameron: Will you shut up? I cannot believe I’m in a jail cell right now.

Spencer: Well, if you hadn’t punched me…

Cameron: You deserved it.

Spencer: Not the point. You assaulted me. I’m locked up for absolutely no reason.

Cameron: No reason? You assaulted an officer!

Spencer: It was an accident. How is that guy even a cop?! He’s barely older than we are.

Cameron: He is not the problem. Why the hell did you say that crap about Trina filming Joss and me?

Spencer: I had to say something. You and your big mouth were about to ruin everything.

Maxie: It’s no problem. I figured it was an emergency. I was just hoping there were other doctors available that were capable of saving lives. [ Chuckles ] No, Austin, I really do understand. Do your thing and we’ll try for a different night. Okay. Good night. [ Sighs ] I hope Britt’s having better luck with her date.

[ Piano plays tender tune ]

Britt: It’s taken! That is, if he ever shows up.

[ Drew and Mia laughing ]

Drew: Well, I mean, you’ve seen the numbers, right? The digital side is doing well. A lot of that credit goes to my nephew Michael. He really knows his stuff. But the print division, now, that’s lagging and that’s — that’s kind of on me.

Mia: But you only recently took control. I mean, having returned from… an extended absence.

Drew: One way to put it.

Mia: So let me ask you a question, Mr. Cain. Do you want to run a media company, or, having survived a life-threatening incident, is there something else you’d rather do?

Marshall: [ Chuckles ]  Thank you for coming.

Epiphany: Oh, I just finished my shift. I’m glad you called.

Marshall: Yeah.

Epiphany: Then again, maybe you, uh — you needed to vent. Did something happened between you and Curtis?

Marshall: Ah, something like that. I asked to see you because I wanted to tell you personally. I’m leaving Port Charles.

Curtis: Is everything to your liking?

Selina: You’ve exceeded expectations. The back room is set up just as I asked.

Curtis: Our deal was, after the first game, you would provide me with a certain sealed police record. When can I expect that?

Selina: The game hasn’t even started yet.

Curtis: Well, just a reminder, per our agreement, you will run clean games here — no guns, no drugs.

Selina: I don’t anticipate any problems. But I’m wise enough to expect the unexpected. And I’m right.

[ Suspenseful music plays ]

Maxie: Okay.

Spinelli: Uh, Max-Maximista.

Maxie: -Spinelli!

Spinelli: -Yeah. Um — what — what do you think? It… feels a little like cosplay, but the — the — the sales associate assured me it was the right look.

Maxie: It’s fantastic. Just a few adjustments?

Spinelli: Oh.

Maxie: This. And —

Spinelli: -no, no, no, no. This pulls the whole outfit together.

Maxie: Did you mean pulls it apart? With all due respect to the salesperson that helped you, who is the fashion editor here?

Spinelli: You are. Okay.

Maxie: There. Now you’re perfect.

Spinelli: Thank you. Um — clearly, it’s been a while since I’ve… done this. [ Chuckles ]

Maxie: Done what, exactly?

Spinelli: Sought companionship.

Maxie: Oh. Something nonserious, or with the potential for something more?

Spinelli: Well, I’m — I’m a true romantic, of course, but, you know, you can’t buy if you don’t shop. [ Laughs ]

Maxie: [ Laughing ] Okay. Don’t say that to anyone, ever.

Spinelli: Noted. Um… what — what about you, what are you — is this work-related or are you out with the girls?

Maxie: No. I was supposed to meet Austin tonight, but he had a hospital emergency, which I totally understand. I just could’ve used the distraction tonight.

Spinelli: Why tonight?

Maxie: Well, after months of wavering, Britt is finally on a date, and she’s been all mysterious about the guy, so, of course, all I want to do is go over there and see him.

Britt: Face it. [ Sighs ] Cat guy’s a no-show. I think I’m relieved.

Drew: So, what are you suggesting, that I… just hand over my half of Aurora to Michael, go trekking in the Himalayas?

Mia: It’s your life. How do you want to spend it — in the boardroom or clinging to a mountainside?

Drew: Well, I’ve done the mountainside. I’ve had… moments of incredible exhilaration, but… I’ve also just missed out on a lot of time, time that I can’t get back, with my — my daughter and with my family. So, I choose the 9 to 5 boardroom.

Mia: Not surprising, but certainly impressive.

Drew: I’m sorry. You lost me.

Mia: I have asked hundreds of execs some version of that question. They all choose the boardroom.

Drew: [ Scoffs ]

Mia: And then they trip over themselves, trying to convince me that, deep down inside, there’s some dangerous man or woman yearning to live on the edge. But, in your case, you’ve actually been to the edge.

Drew: Not everybody that goes gets to come back. I feel like I owe it to them and I owe it to myself to just… embrace the life that I have here, to make the most of it. Not — not that running a company is any noble endeavor, by any means, but if I do it right, then a lot of people have jobs and my family has security.

Mia: Alright. You choose the boardroom. Next question — Aurora or ELQ?

[ Lock disengages ]

[ Keys jingling ]

[ Suspenseful music plays ]

Chase: Aiden? You’re supposed to be at your grandmother’s.

Aiden: I biked over.

Chase: It’s kind of late. You need something from your room?

Aiden: I need your help.

Rory: Uh, Webber and Cassadine were arguing. Trina Robinson and Josslyn jacks were also present. I could tell things were starting to escalate, and right as I turned around, Cameron Webber assaulted Spencer Cassadine — a punch to the face — and that’s when I intervened.

Jordan: Alone? Where was your partner?

Rory: Still at the Byrne crime scene.

Jordan: He should’ve been with you. Breaking up a fight by yourself is dangerous.

Rory: I had it handled. Uh, Webber backed off right away and, uh, Cassadine, um, was on the ground.

Jordan: So that was it, one punch?

Rory: Yeah.

Jordan: And Spencer still wants to press charges against Cameron?

Rory: Well, he didn’t say one way or the other. I brought them in on disorderly conduct.

Jordan: Both of them?

Rory: Well, first, there was, uh, Webber’s punch to Cassadine, which was an assault, and then Cassadine threw an elbow, which was assault on a police officer. So I followed procedure and, uh, took them both in. Uh, Webber was cooperative, and Cassadine… wasn’t.

Jordan: Spencer Cassadine resisted arrest? Well, not, like, physically, but he was running his mouth his entire time to the station. I mean, who does that guy think he is?

Laura: Jordan, where are my grandsons?

Cameron: Your strategy of lying to your friends and sitting back while we all go down in flames is just genius. Why wouldn’t I want that to be screwed up?

Spencer: You couldn’t even keep your mouth shut for one day.

Cameron: In case you haven’t noticed, Josslyn despises you! She’s on fire against you for being protective of Esme and throwing Trina under the bus. So, I couldn’t listen to them tear you down because you are trying, in your own weird, pathetic way, to fix everything!

Spencer: Thank you for defending me. Don’t let it happen again.

Cameron: Oh, don’t worry. I won’t. I was defending you before you landed me in jail.

Spencer: I won’t press charges. I’ll tell the cops I instigated the whole thing.

Cameron: Spencer. You sure about that? Will this whole situation violate your parole? Will being arrested land you back in prison again?

Curtis: Excuse me.

Selina: This is a surprise.

Sonny: So, this is your, uh, first night poker game? I wanted to check it out. Just curious.

Selina: I heard about the attempted robbery at Charlie’s. I hope everyone’s alright.

Sonny: [ Whispering ] I took care of it.

Selina: Of course.

Brad: Hey, a player’s requesting a brand of liquor we don’t have in the back room.

Curtis: My bar is stocked with the best. Is there a problem?

Brad: Yeah, one of the players drinks boilermakers and his beer of choice is O’Connor’s ale?

Curtis: Cheap stuff. We don’t pour that here.

Brad: He says it reminds him of the old neighborhood.

Selina: Then go buy some.

Brad: Oh, right. Sure. Um, I’ll just —

Selina: He’ll get better.

Curtis: I hope so.

Sonny: Everything okay?

Selina: Fine. I disagree. I think you’re making a big mistake.

Aiden: It’s a school project.

Chase: About trying to talk to ghosts? I got to say, this is way cooler than anything I ever did in school.

Aiden: I did a bunch of research online, all about Ouija boards. I want to test one out and write down what happens. Like an experiment.

Chase: Why not do this at your grandmother’s place?

Aiden: Her apartment is too new and modern. I figured this place would have more spirits attached because the building’s a lot older.

Chase: Is that how this works?

Aiden: Yes. But the internet says, unless you’re extra sensitive to the supernatural, you can’t use the Ouija board alone. Since mom is sleeping, will you help me?

Chase: Uh, sure. But I got to warn you, uh, I don’t think anything’s going to happen.

Aiden: I do. I have a feeling someone wants to talk to me.

Selina: I’ve already cleared this with you, Sonny. The game is going well. I fail to see how I’ve made any mistakes.

Sonny: By bringing your nephew in here? No disrespect, but Brad is a lying weasel. You got to be very careful on who you choose to represent you.

Selina: I understand your reservation about Bradley, but I assure you, he’s under my supervision now. He’ll do as I say.

Sonny: Is that so?

Selina: Unquestionably.

Maxie: Okay, you got to talk to me down. Go.

Spinelli: Well, I’m sure Britt wouldn’t appreciate you crashing her date.

Maxie: No, you’re right. She wouldn’t. Okay, good. What else you got?

Spinelli: Um, she might feel pressured, right? She’s still trying to get to know her gentleman friend.

Maxie: She’s meeting him for the first time tonight. Oh, I’m just dying to see what this match looks like!

Spinelli: -Um, match?

Maxie: -Yeah, Britt’s been using this matchmaking service, Society Setups. She got matched with six different guys, and she’s meeting the first match tonight. But you’re right, you know, I should respect her privacy.

Spinelli: I’m sure one little peek wouldn’t hurt. I mean, she won’t even know we’re there.

Maxie: “We”?

Spinelli: I’ll drive.

TJ: -Hi, guys.

Maxie: -Oh, TJ, hi. Got to run.

[ Mumbles ]

[ Footsteps on stairs ]

TJ: Uncle.

Curtis: Hey, TJ.

TJ: Have you seen grandpa Marshall? I thought he might be here.

Curtis: No, I have not. But Drew called, told me what happened at the gym.

TJ: You had Drew do a background check on Marshall?

Curtis: Yeah, I did.

TJ: He’s angry. I tried to talk to him, but he didn’t want to.

Curtis: TJ, that’s Marshall’s mo. Everything’s a secret. Makes covering his lies easier.

TJ: Did that background check dig something up? What — what is he lying about?

Epiphany: I thought you said making amends with Curtis was important to you. So, now there’s no hope?

Marshall: Let’s just say we are at an impasse.

Epiphany: Since when? The last time I looked, you and Curtis were doing just fine.

Marshall: [ Scoffs ] Yeah, I thought so, too. It seems that Curtis doesn’t want a relationship with me. At least not — not on the terms I can accept.

Epiphany: [ Sighs ] Where are you going to go?

Marshall: It’s yet to be determined. But come tomorrow — [ Claps ] I’m gone.

Epiphany: I thought you said that getting your family back was the most important thing to you. So why are you going to leave again?

Marshall: Look, look, I regret that. I regret it, I truly do, but the fact of the matter is, Epiphany, I should’ve stayed gone. Should’ve stayed gone. Expecting my family to — to let me back in, after all this time… it’s too much — too much to ask.

Epiphany: You’re damn right it was.

Drew: Well, you’ve certainly given me a lot to think about.

Mia: Well, then my work is done.

Drew: I’m really glad we got a chance to finally meet face-to-face.

Mia: Me too. You are a refreshing departure from my…usual client.

Drew: Mm. Well, I’ll call you, uh, and set up our next consultation.

Mia: I look forward to it.

Drew: Evening, Britt.

Britt: Good evening. [ Laughs ] Do you end all your dates with a handshake? I know it’s been a while, but you might want to speed up the process.

Drew: Well, that was a business meeting. Thank you.

Britt: Oh, so much for my powers of perception.

Drew: Ha ha. Forgive the cliché, but is that seat taken?

Britt: It is now. Please, join me.

Drew: Great. I haven’t seen you in a long time. How are you?

Britt: Fine.

Drew: That was a real question. Honestly, how — how are you?

Britt: Okay. Maybe I’m not fine. [ Chuckles ] But for now, I’m better. For one thing, I don’t have to keep holding that seat.

Drew: Were you expecting somebody?

Britt: So, your associate, um, Aurora or ELQ?

Drew: Wait, what?

Britt: Your business meeting.

Drew: Oh! Oh! Um — well, maybe a little of both, actually. Mia’s a coach.

Britt: Oh. Wow. You must take your softball league [Laughing] Pretty seriously. I mean, you don’t have to get ready. You seem to be in pretty good shape to me.

Drew: Well, thank you very much. Mia’s an executive coach, to help get the most out of your business.

Britt: Oh.

Drew: Yeah, I’m back at Aurora, and… I don’t know. I’m kind of stuck and just don’t really know which direction to take it. Mia had some — some very interesting ideas.

Britt: Good luck. Just remember, sometimes it’s best to trust your own instincts. Advice can lead you in the wrong direction.

Rory: Mayor Collins, I made the arrest. I didn’t realize that the perps were related to the —

Laura: Both perps are my grandsons. Where are they?

Rory: They’re in their cells, ma’am.

Laura: Have they been charged?

Jordan: No. We’re still sorting it out. How did you find out?

Laura: I was Spencer’s one phone call.

Finn: And I was Cameron’s. Hi.

Laura: Hi.

Cameron: How are you supposed to help Trina, if you’re back behind bars?

Spencer: They can’t send me back. I served my sentence.

Cameron: But isn’t a part of your sentence working at Ava’s gallery? How are you supposed to manage that if —

Spencer: I’m not going back! No way! It’s a bogus charge!

Cameron: You cracked a uniformed officer in the face.

Spencer: I’ll sue the PDPD, if I have to, for harassment.

Cameron: So that’s your solution — making threats and throwing around money? Thank God you’re not the only one helping Trina because —

Spencer: We need to calm down. We are going to get out of here and then I will go back to making Esme slip up. That is our best chance at getting Trina exonerated. We just have to stick to the plan.

Laura: And what plan is that, exactly?

Aiden: You have to place your fingertips lightly on the planchette.

Chase: Got it.

Aiden: I’ll be the leader. That’s the one asking the questions. Is there a spirit present? Does anyone have a message for us? Franco?

Chase: Hey, buddy, I don’t —

Chase: It’s okay, buddy. It was probably just a breeze.

Aiden: You know it wasn’t. It was Franco! He’s trying to contact us! Look at everything he’s done so far — the portrait of mom, “Don’t forget me” spray painted on the photos, mom’s dress, and her wedding ring!

Chase: Okay, a lot of unsettling things have happened, but it’s deliberate. Someone wants us to believe this.

Aiden: Yes — Franco! The cops can’t find evidence of anyone getting into the house because no one is. It’s Franco’s ghost.

Chase: I don’t believe in ghosts.

Aiden: Lots of people do. Ms. Coe, the cosmetics lady, does.

Chase: Okay, why would Franco want to scare his family like this?

Aiden: He doesn’t mean to. He hasn’t hurt anyone. Not yet.

Chase: Whoa, Aiden, “not yet”? Nobody’s getting hurt, okay? That’s why I’m here, to protect your mom and find out who’s behind this. That’s why I installed all these cameras around the house.

Aiden: You shouldn’t have done that. What if it makes Franco mad?

Spencer: Grandmother. Thank God!

Laura: Are you both alright?

Cameron: You called Grandma?

Spencer: I didn’t want to wait for my father to get here from Spoon Island.

Cameron: Oh, so I’m sure it has nothing to do with the fact that she’s the mayor.

Laura: [ Clears throat ] Finn is upstairs waiting for you, and this officer will walk you up there.

[ Keys jingling ]

Cameron: Thank you. I’m sorry about this.

Laura: It’s okay.

Spencer: What about me?

Laura: I think I might just leave you there.

Spencer: What? Why? That guy completely overreacted!

Laura: I saw the bruise on that officer’s face.

Spencer: That guy? [ Scoffs ] He was trying to give me a hard time because he has it out for me.

Laura: “That guy” is an officer of the law, and you will adjust your attitude immediately.

Sonny: Looks like you got a bunch of heavy hitters. I’m impressed.

Selina: I think of it as high-stakes networking.

Sonny: [ Laughter ] I think I want to go back and, uh, say hello.

Selina: No, you don’t want to interrupt the game.

Sonny: Oh, yes, I do. They won’t even notice.

Brad: I got the brewskis. Judge Abbot’s all set.

Selina: Never say a player’s name in public. My associates expect discretion.

Brad: Sorry. I’m sorry.

Selina: This is only your first game, but I expect you to learn quickly and to never, ever make the same mistake twice, hm?

Drew: I take it you’ve received some less than helpful advice lately.

Britt: [ Laughing ] Oh. My — my mother’s still pressuring me to use that matchmaking service she signed me up for.

Drew: Mm.

Britt: Yeah, I know.

Drew: No! I actually think it’s kind of sweet. I mean, I — it’s hard for me to picture Liesl Obrecht having faith in a matchmaker, but then again, I saw her on Cassadine Island, how much she loves you. She probably just wants you to be happy.

Britt: And she means well. [ Laughs ] But some things can’t be forced.

Drew: Hm. I also have felt the pressure of well-meaning loved ones trying to get me to regain my lost life. Reconnecting with Scout has been an absolute joy, and my family and friends. I’m just — I’m just having a harder time at Aurora.

Britt: Well, I mean, after what you’ve been through, you’re en-entitled an adjustment period.

Drew: I’ve been back awhile, you know? I probably should have my act together by now.

Britt: [ Scoffs ] It’s funny. I actually have the opposite problem. I am so focused on my job. You know, I love what I do as co-Chief of Staff at G.H., And I just don’t know if I’m ready for a relationship right now.

Drew: Well, what if you’re not?! It’s okay to be unsure. I mean, life’s got a way of kind of doing what it wants, anyway, so you just got to roll with the punches. You have plenty of time to figure it out.

Britt: Right.

Drew: I’m sorry if that sounded glib. I didn’t — I didn’t mean to offend you.

Britt: No, no, you didn’t. [ Laughs ] It’s — it’s actually nice to know I’m not the only one struggling to figure [Laughing] Things out.

Drew: Well, it’s nice to know that my struggles bring you comfort.

[ Laughter ]

Britt: I didn’t mean it like that.

Drew: I’m just messing with you. I’m just kidding.

Maxie: Oh, my god, Britt! Drew is your match?! Why didn’t you tell me? This is amazing!

Chase: You mad at me for calling Kevin to come pick you up?

Aiden: I could’ve ridden my bike back to the apartment. Now, he’ll tell my grandma. She’ll be all worried about me. [ Sighs ] Or worse — he’ll try and talk it out with me.

Chase: [ Chuckles ] It doesn’t hurt to talk about it. Do you want to talk to your mom?

Aiden: No! Don’t wake her up. I don’ t want you guys to worry about me. I made a big deal out of nothing.

Chase: You don’t have to worry, Aiden. I’m going to figure this out, and I’m going to stop the scary things from happening, alright?

Maxie: I have to say, I’m a little surprised, but I could see it. It could work.

Britt: -No, no, no, Maxie! You have it all wrong. Drew is not my match. We just ran into each other.

Maxie: Bummer.

Drew: Oh! You had a date, like, tonight.

Britt: [ Sighs ] I got stood up, okay?

Maxie: [ Gasps ]

Drew: Ah.

Britt: Remember that matchmaking service I told you about earlier? My mother signed me up for Society Setups, and I was set up to fail. My date never showed.

Spinelli: Perhaps the gentleman was just delayed.

Britt: By 30 minutes, with no explanation or text? He’s clearly not coming! I didn’t even want to do this in the first place, and now I’ve been blown off by some jerk?

Spinelli: Okay, that’s not possible!

Spencer: And because I basically provoked Cameron, I will not be pressing charges against him.

Jordan: Cameron, you’re free to go.

Cameron: But what about Spencer?

Finn: Quit while you’re ahead. Let’s go.

Cameron: But we can’t just —

Finn: now.

Cameron: [ Sighs ]

Spencer: What about me?

Jordan: That’s up to the arresting officer.

[ Keys jingling ]

Cameron: Thanks.

Finn: Hey, charges were dismissed. I’m, uh, bringing Cam home to Elizabeth’s.

Chase: Good. Hey, just out of curiosity, who was the officer?

Finn: Uh, new guy, rookie. Um, look, Cam’s starving, so we’re going to stop off and get something to eat. You need anything? Uh, how’s everything going over there?

Chase: Uh, I’m good. And it is now. Aiden was here. Kevin just picked him up.

Finn: Aiden was there? Did he need to speak to Elizabeth?

Chase: Uh, she’s still sleeping. You know, it’s a long story. I’ll, uh — I’ll fill you in when you get here.

Epiphany: If you truly believe the right thing to do is to cut and run, then you haven’t learned anything! And you are definitely not doing your family any favors by sticking around. Are you that man? Because I thought you were different. Maybe — maybe you fooled me with your pretty words and how passionately you played that clarinet of yours. Maybe you put all your soul into your music so that there’s nothing left for the people around you in your life.

Marshall: [ Voice breaking ] That’s not fair, Epiphany. I love my family. I love them. I only left because I cared about them.

Epiphany: Are you sure? Or is that just an excuse that you’re making for yourself? Because caring from a distance? It could be a lot easier than sticking around. So now you have a choice. You can disappear or you can stick it out. Talk to Curtis. Fight for that family that you say you love!

Selina: There are many associates who could have supervised the game. I chose you because it’s an expression of respect to have —

[ Voice fades ]

TJ: Is everything okay?

Curtis: Yeah. Yeah, T, um, just a busy night.

TJ: It’s a good thing grandpa Marshall didn’t come here and confront you.

Curtis: Yeah, well, I doubt he would’ve done that because I’d have confronted him right back about what he’s been hiding. I’m not exactly sure what that is, or what Marshall’s lying about, but, uh, I have a feeling we’re going to find out soon enough.

Sonny: Hey, Dr. Ashford. Good to see you.

TJ: They let me take a break from the hospital every now and then. It’s good to see you, too. How’s Avery’s arm?

Sonny: Hey, you know what? Everything’s good, thanks to you.

TJ: Glad to hear it.

Sonny: This guy’s great, you know what I mean?

TJ: [ Laughs ]

Sonny: Uh, can I get a second with your uncle?

TJ: Yeah, of course.

Sonny: Thank you.

Curtis: Thank you.

TJ: I’ll be at the bar.

Sonny: So, it looks like you found a way to access the information you were after.

Curtis: What makes you say that?

Sonny: Well, I mean, like, backroom poker’s not really your style.

Curtis: [ Sighs ] It’s just business.

Maxie: Are you okay?

Spinelli: I simply meant to say that no man in his right mind would — would stand up someone so… accomplished and fair of face as — as you, Britt.

Britt: Thanks? I probably dodged a bullet. Matchmaking is such a desperate and fickle endeavor. I mean, how can anyone decide which two people will click?

Spinelli: Okay, I-I pray that you — you don’t give up hope. The theory behind matchmaking is — is sound, you know? Matching couples based on common interests and meticulous analysis, it provides a solid foundation.

Maxie: Oh, my gosh! Look at the time. We need to go.

Spinelli: We — we do? Yes! Um, I’m really sorry that your date stood you up, Britt. He doesn’t know what he’s missing.

Britt: Thanks, Maxie.

Maxie: And don’t forget — you matched with five other guys.

Drew: [ Chuckles ] Oh. Hey. You’re looking sharp, man.

Spinelli: Oh, thanks. [ Laughs ] My attire’s more suited for The Savoy than for here, but, because of Maxie’s curiosity in Britt’s date, I had to retire from there prematurely.

Drew: Oh, well, still, looking good.

Spinelli: Thank you. Since my life’s taken an unexpected turn, I’M… trying something new. [ Chuckles ]

Drew: Yeah, I know the feeling.

Spencer: Come on, man. You got to agree it was an accident. I didn’t mean to hit you. You walked into it.

Laura: [ Clears throat ]

Spencer: But I should’ve followed your instructions. It was disrespectful. I’m sorry. What? What?

Jordan: Your call, officer.

Rory: I’m going to let you off with a warning.

Jordan: Thank you, officer.

Laura: [ Sighs ]

Rory: Commissioner.

Laura: Thank you.

Spencer: Uh, Commissioner Ashford, do you have to report this?

Jordan: Pardon?

Spencer: Could I go back to prison? I haven’t served my restitution hours yet.

Jordan: You’re not on parole, so, no, there are no consequences.

Laura: But if you had been charged, any judge would take into consideration how quickly you got back into trouble after you’d served your sentence.

Jordan: Oh, definitely. You got lucky today. I sincerely hope you appreciate that. Now, you’re free to go.

[ Clattering ]

Chase: Elizabeth?

Selina: Don’t let the beer get warm.

Sonny: I’m leaving. Good job tonight.

Curtis: Ms. Wu.

Selina: Please, Selina. We’re partners now, in this endeavor.

Curtis: Right. And about that — the first game has begun.

Selina: Yes?

Curtis: I was promised Marshall Ashford’s sealed police records. I’m waiting.

Selina: You’ll get it. Tomorrow, first thing.

Curtis: [ Sighs ]

Marshall: Look, I know this looks like I’m pulling another disappearing act. And I also know that I’m probably letting you down, too.

Epiphany: [ Crying ] You’re letting yourself down. This is about the man you say you hope to be for your family. You have so much to give, Marshall.

Marshall: I wanted to be that man. I wanted to be that man you see in me.

Epiphany: [ Normal voice ] Then stay.

Marshall: [ Chuckles ] You’re making it harder for me to go, Epiphany.

Epiphany: Good. Because we both know that things get harder before they get better. And from the way that I see things, everything’s been getting better between you and Curtis. You — you just need to ride out this rough patch. Give it some time. Do you really need to leave tomorrow?

Spinelli: Um, hey, wh-why the hasty exit? Did you think Drew and Britt wanted to be alone?

Maxie: What was up with you in there? Why were you so interested in Britt’s epic fail of a matchup?

Spinelli: I-I-I just couldn’t understand what kind of cad would leave her hanging.

Maxie: [ Gasps ] Are you interested in her?

Spinelli: What?! N-n-no!

Maxie: Okay. Um… are you thinking of joining society setups yourself?

Drew: We deserve another.

Britt: You know, Spinelli means well, but — yes.

Drew: [ Laughs ]

Britt: Yes, we do.

Drew: Okay. To an uncertain future and all it may bring.

Britt: Cheers.

Drew: Cheers.

[ Clinks ]

Laura: Jordan, thank you for your help. And for your discretion.

Jordan: Ah, this was an easy one. Much ado about nothing.

Spencer: See? Jordan gets it.

Laura: She’s Commissioner Ashford to you, and I hope you heard what she said about how lucky you were today because it could’ve played out very differently.

Spencer: Oh, I heard, grandmother, and, to continue in a Shakespearean vein, all’s well that ends well.

Laura: Do you think this is funny? Because I can assure you, I don’t. What are you doing with your life, really? Are you trying to get sent back to prison?

Spencer: No, of course not.

Laura: Then act like a responsible adult! And Cameron? Cameron is not a violent guy, but he has learned the hard way that his actions have consequences. Now, tell me, what did you do to provoke him?

Spencer: Grandmother, it’s over. Cameron and I straightened it out. We’re good.

Laura: Don’t you ever try to dismiss me again! And, by the way, when an officer of the law tells you to do something, you do it.

Cameron: Thank you for coming to get me and not telling my mom. I’m just glad she’s getting a decent night’s sleep.

Finn: Yeah, think of it as a 12-hour reprieve. You’re going to have to tell her, Cam.

[ Keys jingling ]

Finn: Chase! Hey. Chase!

On the next “General Hospital” —

Curtis: Now, do you have what I want?

Trina (to Marshall): Are you leaving for good?

Chase: That might be easier than you think.

Ned: To my son, Leo

Elizabeth (to Finn): The alternative is kind of freaking me out.

Carly (to Sam): Harmony knows more about the Nina situation than she’s letting up.

Harmony (to Alexis): Absolutely not!

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