General Hospital Transcript
[ Knocking on door ]
Nina: Okay. Okay. I am coming!
Smoltz: Reeves. Grant Smoltz. You haven’t been taking my calls.
Nina: Yeah, there’s a reason for that. How’d you get past the doorman?
Smoltz: I have a gift for improv.
Nina: Oh, well, that’s fantastic. Goodbye.
Smoltz: Oh. Ms. Reeves, this is your last chance to comment on Michael Corinthos and Willow Tait’s assertions that you’re unstable and how you’d be an undesirable influence on your grandson, Wiley. If I were you, I’d want to get my two cents on the record.
Nina: Well, fortunately, I’m not you. I’m calling security.
Smoltz: I’m bending over backward, trying to get your side of the argument on record.
Nina: What are you doing in my apartment?
Smoltz: Look, we both know your case is a long shot. To start, your daughter, the late Nelle Benson, was a murderer. And now you’re capitalizing on her death to give you access to Wiley Corinthos.
Nina: I am actually almost speechless at how you’re grossly distorting the situation.
Sasha: Hey. Get the hell out.
Brando: I really appreciate you helping Sasha and I find a home. Although I’m — I’m a little surprised that, uh, you’re still working as a realtor, considering deception’s IPO’s done so well.
Lucy: I know. It’s kind of weird. But listen, I kind of love real estate, and I don’t think I will ever give it up, because, yes, you’re right, the IPO has done very, very well, but I learned a long time ago, do not get too cocky. So what I’m gonna do — I think I’m gonna hire some extra staff, maybe have them do all the grunt work. But I love this. I mean, somehow it makes me happy to find folks their forever home, not to mention the fact that I love going through those beautiful homes and just checking them out. I’m a little nosy.
Brando: [ Laughs ] I don’t blame you.
Lucy: Besides, you and Sasha are my very good friends. So, uh, where is she? Is she gonna join us?
Brando: Um, actually, Sasha and i have discussed in great detail all the things that are important to her and what’s important to me in our dream home. So I’m gonna be taking care of the early searches. And, you know, Sasha’s just got so much going on right now. I’m doing whatever I can to — to make things easier for her.
Willow: How are you doing?
Willow: You sure?
Michael: A little. I don’t know. That — that — that argument was a long time coming. Ever since my father got back from Nixon Falls, he’s — he’s been acting like a stranger.
Willow: I blame Nina. All those months Sonny thought he was a man with no family, he was alone in the world. Clearly, that changed him.
Michael: I agree. And I don’t like the man he’s become.
Willow: Did you mean what you said? Are you really prepared to cut your father out of your life?
Sonny: [ Exhaling sharply ]
Michael: You tore this family apart, and I’m not gonna excuse it or gloss it over. You know, I even — I even thought about changing my name back to Michael Quartermaine, but I thought, why should I do that? Why should I change my last name because of you? It’s best to redeem it. Make “Corinthos” stand for something good, so that when people think about it, they think of me, they think of — think of Wiley. And you and all your lies, your — your disloyalty, violence, crimes — eventually that will be forgotten, like you never even existed.
Dante: Oh. I got your message, decided I would join you.
Sonny: Do me a favor. Put your gloves on so I can let off some steam.
Dante: Yeah, it looks like you got some steam to let off.
Dante: Alright, I’ll show you a thing or two. Get my gloves on.
[ Bag thudding ]
Dante: Hey, uh, you know, I heard that the, uh, guys who tried to rob you at Charlie’s, they got some fancy lawyer hired for them and then made bail.
Dante: Well, you don’t know anything about that, do you?
Sonny: Okay, l-let me just — can we just — is this an official interrogation? ‘Cause I — I-it — it would just be nice if I could talk to my son instead of a cop.
Elizabeth: Laura and Kevin have been so great about watching Jake and Aiden. And I know it’s the best situation for their safety, but, man, I miss my boys.
Finn: I know you do.
Elizabeth: I just hope that being away from this house and everything that’s going on is gonna be good for Aiden.
Finn: Agreed. Hopefully he can let go of the idea that it’s Franco’s ghost that’s behind the break-ins. You know, if only we had a clue as to who the intruder was, you know, like a fingerprint or maybe an image from a security camera. That would go a long way in convincing Aiden that it was a person harassing you and not a, you know, ghost.
Elizabeth: So far, they haven’t left a trace.
Finn: You know what, though? They’re gonna slip up and they’re gonna make a mistake. But you can’t be here when they do that. I really would like you to reconsider staying with me just until this is resolved.
Elizabeth: I’m sorry. I can’t do that.
[ Car door closes ]
[ Beep ]
Harmony: I’m gonna make this look like a tragic accident. I never meant for it to go this far. But after everything I’ve done to protect Willow, I can’t stop now.
Finn: Chase was attacked in your house, alright? It’s not safe for you to be here. And I get it — you don’t want to be forced from your own home. But desperate times call for desperate measures.
Elizabeth: You’re right. I-I didn’t want to leave. But that was before Chase was knocked unconscious. Jake and Aiden are safe with Laura. Cameron is with friends at the dorm. And now it’s time for me to find someplace to go.
Finn: But not my place.
Elizabeth: I don’t want to bring the danger to your home. I won’t put Violet at risk, which is why I won’t be staying with Jake or Aiden, either. I’m gonna get a room at the Metro Court.
Finn: Are you sure that’s the best option?
Elizabeth: It’s a hotel. [ Scoffs ] Filled with people and security. I’ll be safe there.
Lucy: I’m so excited. I’m gonna set up a bunch of viewings. Of course, I’m gonna fit it into your schedule, right? Because I just know that your perfect dream house is out there waiting for us to find it.
Brando: I hope so. Yeah, I-I-I just think it’s really important for Sasha and I to focus on the future and — and how we move forward together.
Lucy: Yeah. Hey, I really hope that, as time passes, that maybe it’ll ease some of the grief that you and Sasha feel.
Brando: Yeah. Most days, I’m doing okay. You know, then every once in a while, something occurs to me, and my first thought is, “man, I can’t wait to do that with Liam.” And, uh… uh, but, you know, then I remember he’s — he’s gone. But, uh, you know, I’m — I’m focusing more on my love for Liam rather than the pain of losing him.
Lucy: And that is beautiful. Is — is Sasha able to do the same?
Brando: Sasha and I grieve differently. But that’s why I’m hoping that the prospect of our future together is, um, comforting to her.
Nina: So glad he’s gone. But I shouldn’t blame him. He’s only following Michael and Willow’s orders.
Sasha: I’m really surprised that they’re trying to use the press against you.
Nina: Well, Michael, he blames me for the end of his parents’ marriage, and that sleazy reporter is my punishment.
Sasha: I’m — I’m sorry there’s so much discord.
Sasha: But I-I can’t get in the middle. Michael and Willow are my friends.
Nina: No, Sasha, I would never ask you to choose sides.
Sasha: Thank you.
Sasha: Look, from Michael’s perspective, it’s probably easier to blame you for what happened. But I have seen enough to know that nobody tells Sonny Corinthos what to do.
Nina: Hey, what’s going on? Something bothering you?
Sasha: Do you, um… do you ever feel unsafe with Sonny?
Nina: Because of Sonny’s business?
Sasha: No, I mean more because of what Sonny needs to do to stay in business.
Nina: Are you — are you referring to the attempted robbery at Charlie’s? Sonny — yeah, he was there, and he was protecting me. And Brando was right next to him.
Sasha: Yeah, that’s — that’s part of the problem. Brando didn’t hesitate. He just ran right into the fight.
Nina: I know how much the idea of losing Brando just terrifies you. But he doesn’t work for Sonny anymore. He just happened to be there.
Sasha: Still, Nina, I-I heard the robbers made bail. I mean, what if they come after Brando as some kind of revenge?
Nina: Sonny’s aware of the bail. And he’s taking care of it.
Sasha: Does that mean that he killed them?
Dante: I’m listening, as your son.
Sonny: I went to see Michael. Him and I got into it, and, uh, he — he turned his back on me.
Dante: I know things have been strained between you two for a while.
Sonny: It’s not just strained now, ’cause we’re done. He — he doesn’t want anything to do with me.
Dante: I mean, I — whoa. Just slow down. Hold on. Hey. Now, just tell me what happened. Maybe it’s not as bad as you think it is.
Sonny: I went to, you know, uh, the gatehouse, talked to Willow, ’cause maybe she could get us together. And Michael walks in, he blames me for using her to get to him.
Dante: Well, yeah. Okay, dad, I can see how he might think that.
Sonny: Oh, really? So now two of my sons see me in the worst possible — no, I don’t want to ta– I don’t — I can’t talk about this.
[ Vehicle bell dinging ]
Harmony: You won’t feel a thing. Okay. Just got to get you in the driver’s seat. A-and then I got to get the rock from the brake pedal to the gas and then the car will go right off the cliff.
[ Rustling ]
The role of Alexis is temporarily being played by Stephanie Erb.
[ Beeping ]
[ Engine shuts off ]
Alexis: Harmony? What are you doing up here?
Elizabeth: I’m glad they have non-caffeinated tea here. I’m wound up enough as it is.
[ Cellphone chimes ]
Elizabeth: It’s Cameron. Oh, good. He’s staying with a friend in the dorms tonight.
Finn: Good. Yeah. And your room should be ready soon.
Elizabeth: Okay. This actually feels pretty good.
Finn: Yeah, what’s that?
Elizabeth: It feels normal seeing people out and about, meeting for dinner. You were right. It was good for me to get out of that house.
Lucy: Hey, there.
Finn: Hi, lucy.
Lucy: Listen, um, I hope you don’t mind me asking, but I just wanted to know, how did Aiden’s school project go?
Elizabeth: Oh, uh, yeah, Chase told us that Aiden was questioning you about the spirit world. You should know there was never a school project. He was just using that as a cover story.
Lucy: Oh, wow. Okay, but I can empathize, because, you know, you do tend to get ridiculed if you show any belief in the supernatural.
Finn: There’s an explanation for that. The supernatural isn’t, you know, real.
Lucy: Okay, doctor, we will have to agree to disagree, because I do believe that when our loved ones die, they don’t just disappear.
Finn: Are you the reason that Aiden believes that Franco is haunting his family?
Franco? Uh, we didn’t talk about Franco at all. He was just asking me questions. And he seemed really genuinely curious.
Finn: What you did was incredibly irresponsible, Lucy.
Michael: I want to apologize for having that — that argument in front of you.
Willow: No. No, don’t apologize. Look, as painful as it was to witness the argument, it also helped to clarify things.
Michael: Look, my father always claimed to put his family first, right? It was his justification for everything that he did. He was a dangerous man, but he was loyal to his family. He’s an alleged crime lord, but he’s devoted to his family. And now he just looks like a hypocrite. I mean, where was his loyalty to — to my mother and — and our family? He went after what he wanted, and he wanted Nina.
Willow: Nina obviously wanted him, too.
Michael: My parents… have broken up before, and my dad’s cheated on my mom before, but… …I was too young to understand then, but now? Ah. Being a father, I just — I see how destructive and — and selfish my father’s ways are. I don’t want Wiley having that as a role model.
Willow: I can understand that.
Michael: I want to be better for Wiley. I want him to be proud of the name Corinthos.
Willow: You didn’t just say that to hurt your father.
Michael: No, I said it because it’s true. I don’t — I don’t want to take back the name Quartermaine. Yes, that — that’s the easy way out. But — but Morgan was a Corinthos, and I want to share that name with him forever. What I want to do is I want to remove the stain from our family name and — and tear down my father’s corrupt empire that he built on greed and violence.
Dante: I’m not taking sides here.
Sonny: Well, it just kind of sounded that way.
Dante: Really? Because I said that I, uh, understood Michael’s perspective?
Sonny: I understand that — that Michael wants to protect his mother, but there’s a lot more going on here, Dante. And this should be between me and his mother. What goes on with — with me and Nina, our relationship is no one’s business.
Sonny: So — I mean, that’s what I think.
Dante: So you don’t see how Michael can take you having Nina in your life as being a tough pill for him to swallow? I mean, forget the fact that she kept you in Nixon Falls that whole time. She’s now going around town trying to erase all the bad stuff that Nelle did, too.
Sonny: Right, but we shouldn’t hold, uh, Nelle’s sins on Nina. Nina didn’t know that Nelle was her daughter until after she was dead, right?
Dante: Okay, fine, so put Nelle to the side. Nina’s done enough things on her own personally…
Dante: …Questionable things, maybe even illegal things.
Sonny: Okay, listen to me.
Sonny: We’ve all done things in our past that we regret. Even you.
Dante: Yeah. You’re damn right I have. I never said I was perfect.
Sonny: No, you didn’t, but sometimes, you know — we should not judge until we’ve walked in somebody else’s shoes. But if that’s what you came here to do, tell me how you really feel.
Harmony: How did you know I was here?
Alexis: Something you said last night. That it was peaceful up here. Harmony, what is going on? Whose car is that? Carly’s?
Harmony: You shouldn’t be here, Alexis.
Alexis: I want to help you, but — but first, I need to understand what happened. When I got home, the living room was torn apart.
Harmony: It doesn’t matter. That doesn’t matter. I’m handling it.
Alexis: You burned some papers in the fireplace, but one of the sheets didn’t burn completely. I-I recognized Neil Byrne’s handwriting. Harmony, those were Neil’s papers. How did you get them?
Harmony: Why did you have come looking for me, Alexis.
Alexis: All the times I mentioned Neil, you never said that you knew him. A-and now you have some of his papers? How is that possible?
Harmony: I wish Neil’s brother never came to Port Charles.
Alexis: Brendon? I-I don’t understand. Are you saying that Brendon had some of Neil’s papers?
Harmony: I was hoping that he would — he would just go away, that he would just disappear!
Alexis: Harmony, what are you saying?
Harmony: He — he was — he was threatening me. [ Breathes heavily ] I had to stop him.
Alexis: Harmony. Did you kill Brendon?
Dante: You really want the truth? Well, here it is. You can be a real prickly son of a bitch. You know that? And you got a mean temper. We all do, but the problem is, once that anger gets ahold of us, we can’t be reached. So you just bit my head off because I said I understood where Michael was coming from. You — you really don’t think that he’s gonna be angry about the fact that you picked Nina over his mom?
Sonny: All I want is for him to act like an adult and respect his father.
[ Cellphone ringing ]
Sonny: That’s all. That’s all I want. Is that — is that a lot to ask?
Dante: [ Chuckles ] Alright. I better take this. Maybe after, we’ll both cool down a little bit. What’s up?
Brando: Not exactly sure what I walked in on. You okay?
Sonny: After everything I’ve done for my family… …Michael has the audacity to tell me he’s ashamed of the Corinthos name. All I’ve done my whole life is try to give my kids a better life than I had.
Brando: I understand. If you ask me, that’s — that’s part of the problem.
Lucy: When Aiden was asking me all those questions about the spirit world, he — he wasn’t frightened at all. He seemed really, really interested. And I was not telling him ghost stories. I was just explaining that I do believe there are other planes of existence. And like I just said, Franco’s name never came up. We didn’t mention it. He didn’t, and neither did I.
Elizabeth: It’s okay. Thank you for clarifying. I know your intentions were good.
Finn: If I was out of line, Lucy, I sincerely apologize.
Lucy: Thank you. Apology accepted. You know, I-I get it. This whole situation has to be so nerve-racking for all of you.
[ Cellphone chimes ]
Finn: Hey, that’s the front desk. Your room is ready. Um, I’ll tell you, why don’t I take your stuff up to your room and you can stay and finish your tea.
Elizabeth: Okay, sounds good. Thank you.
Finn: Alright. Have a great night, Lucy.
Lucy: Okay, you, listen, don’t — don’t take this the wrong way, okay? I’m just a little worried about you. You look exhausted.
Elizabeth: [ Laughs ] I am so tired. And now I’m hearing things.
Lucy: What? A-at your house?
Elizabeth: No, at — at work. I picked up the phone, and I could have sworn I heard a man say, “Don’t forget me,” which is the same message the intruder painted on a piece of artwork in my house.
Lucy: It’s really scary, huh?
Elizabeth: Yeah. Turns out it was just a patient reminding me to bring him an extra blanket, but for a moment… I don’t know.
Lucy: So, have you had… other moments like this?
Elizabeth: Wait. [ Chuckles ] Do you think I was talking to a ghost?
Harmony: Brendon found Neil’s files, and he found out the truth about Willow.
Alexis: Neil was your therapist?
Harmony: Court-appointed, and I never should have trusted him.
Alexis: You told Neil in a session that Willow wasn’t your biological daughter?
Harmony: I told him everything! Because he told me it was a safe space! And then he lost his license, and then guilt got the better of him. And that’s why I did it. I did it to protect Willow. I didn’t want to do it. Alexis, I begged him not to, but he was gonna tell.
Alexis: Who was going to tell? Brendon?
Harmony: No! Neil!
Alexis: Neil is dead. So is his brother. Explain this to me. What was Neil going to tell?
Harmony: Neil said he wanted to do the right thing, that Willow deserved to know who she really was. So…he was gonna tell. I had to stop him.
Alexis: Neil died of a drug overdose, which never made sense to me. Never seen him use drugs, let alone abuse them. And I was right. It was you. You injected Neil with those drugs. Oh, my god, Harmony. You killed Neil!
Elizabeth: Do you think Franco’s trying to contact me?
Lucy: Well, there are, uh, many documented cases of loved ones reaching out from beyond the grave.
Elizabeth: Documented how?
Lucy: Okay, in a lot of cultures, um, most cultures, really, uh, there are tales of supernatural beings. So why, if the acceptance of ghosts is sort of universally out there, why isn’t there more to that? Think about this. Think about this. This whole thing, these occurrences are really scaring you, right?
Lucy: Okay. But what if — what if you could look at it in a different way? What if you could take comfort in the fact that maybe, just maybe, somehow Franco is still with you?
Nina: Sonny said that he was handling the men that tried to rob us at Charlie’s. And he also told me that the men got the message.
Sasha: And you didn’t ask him what that meant?
Nina: No, I-I didn’t ask him.
Sasha: Because you didn’t want to know what Sonny did?
Nina: I just didn’t think it through.
Sasha: Nina, if — if you are gonna be part of Sonny’s life, don’t you think you have to decide how much you want to know about what he does in the name of business?
Nina: But Sonny isn’t part of my life. Not the way that you mean.
Sasha: But you would like to be involved with him, right?
Nina: I would.
Sonny: You know what, Brando? I just had it out with my two sons. I can’t really do it with you. I really can’t.
Brandon: Just to be clear… I’m not agreeing with Michael. Just the opposite, really. I happen to find Michael’s black-and-white perspective to be a bit naive. And that — that attitude, I mean, that comes directly from the privileged life that you provided. Unlike me, you know, didn’t have a dad around, or you, who grew up with Deke, who I know was violent. Michael — he’s never had to make it on his own. He’s always had you or the Quartermaines backing him up. Michael’s always had you putting him first. Always. And now that you’re finally thinking about your own happiness, he feels betrayed. Personally, I-I don’t think he should be treating you this way. I think he owes you more respect than that.
Willow: You’re furious with Sonny, deservedly so. But saying you want nothing to do with him, that’s a big decision.
Michael: No, my decision’s been made. I mean, you heard my father. If I wanted his forgiveness, I have to beg. I don’t want his — I don’t want his forgiveness. I called him out on his failure to live up to his own code. That’s it. I’m done.
Willow: I-I know. I totally understand what you’re saying. I just can’t help thinking about my own situation. I shut Harmony out of my life, also for good reason. But it’s only now that we’re developing an honest mother/daughter relationship. I missed out on having a mom in my life. I just don’t want you to face that same pain with your dad.
Harmony: When you came to Spring Ridge, I went out of my way to avoid you. Then I saw how much you needed a friend. I thought if I could help you that maybe it might make up —
Alexis: You thought that would make up for killing Neil?
Harmony: I just thought it was all over. And that no one would find out the truth about Willow. And I could just be your friend. And I could try to make you happy. But then Brendon came — came to town. And he found Neil’s files. And then he found out the truth about Willow. And he blackmailed me. We met right there, and I tried to give him money, but it wasn’t enough. And he threatened to tell Michael. And Michael was gonna tell Willow the truth — that she’s not my biological child. [ Crying ] And then we struggled. And then he — he fell over the c-cliff.
Alexis: Oh, my god, harmony. You’re out of your mind. You killed two people.
[ Thud ]
Alexis: What was that?
[ Thud ]
Alexis: Is someone in the car?
Elizabeth: I have thought about the possibility that it’s Franco’s presence behind all of these strange happenings. And in a way, I-it’s comforting to know that it’s just his spirit wanting to be remembered. I mean, it’s tempting. But it’s a stretch for me, especially after Chase got hurt.
Lucy: Yeah, I know. I-I am not trying to convert you or make you into some sort of believer or anything. I’m just offering you an alternative explanation, ’cause, see, if it were me, if it really was me going through this, I would want to do everything possible to figure out what is going on, right? So, well, I just — for me, peace of mind is everything.
Elizabeth: Okay, what do you mean by everything possible?
Lucy: If you were up for it, I would just suggest a very well-respected, trusted medium who I could maybe have go to your house and see if she senses a presence.
Finn: Room’s all set.
Lucy: Oh, and — and I-I have to go. I-I-I have another appointment. I got to go. So — but take care of yourself. Ta.
Finn: I really hope I didn’t scare Lucy away.
Elizabeth: [ Chuckles ] Nah, she’s tougher than that. And she’s used to people discounting her beliefs.
Finn: Mm. She’d have to be tough, considering what she believes in is total nonsense.
Michael: My father’s real business is organized crime and racketeering. Do we really want Wiley to idolize his grandfather?
Willow: Wow. I’ve never heard you say that so bluntly before.
Michael: Well, there’s no reason to — to protect him or to turn a blind eye. I’m not gonna sugarcoat who he is or what he does anymore.
Willow: I’m not defending Sonny in any way. I’m just thinking of you. I just know how much you love your dad.
Michael: I — [ Exhales sharply ] I love the man that my father used to be. I don’t even recognize this man. The father I grew up with had a code of honor. He valued loyalty. And now he’s broken the very code that he instilled in me. Right, I’m not — I’m not saying that I’m blameless. I-I’ve made — I’ve made mistakes in my life, but nothing compared to what my father has done to my family. I can’t forgive that.
Willow: [ Sighs ] I’m so sorry that this rift is tearing your family apart. Hey, I promise, I’ve got your back.
Sasha: Is that the first time you have admitted that to yourself, that you want to be in a relationship with Sonny?
Nina: It was. At least out loud. [ Chuckles ]
Sasha: Look, Nina. All I want is for you to be happy. But being in a relationship with Sonny Corinthos comes with a lot of strings. So I’m just gonna say… be careful, okay? I wouldn’t want to lose you.
Nina: Thank you for your honesty. And I feel the same way about you. I wouldn’t want to lose you, either. Okay, have we talked enough about me? How are you doing?
Sasha: It’s, um — it’s definitely difficult at times. But I’m just — I’m trying to focus on the future. God knows there are plenty of things in my past that I would love to forget… including what I put you through.
Nina: No, mnh-mnh. You never have to apologize to me about that ever again. Okay? We’re way beyond that.
Sasha: Oh. I’ve definitely had to pay a steep price for my mistakes.
Nina: W-what do you mean? Paid how?
Sasha: Just that, you know, you — you — you can’t lie to people and — and get them to love you under false pretenses and — and do things that you know to be wrong and then take drugs to dull the pain and think that it won’t cost you. There’s always a price. The scales get balanced.
Nina: Sasha… do you think that Liam’s death was a punishment of some sort for your past mistakes?
Harmony: There’s no one in the car!
[ Thud ]
Harmony: Just go. Alexis, please. Please. I’m gonna disappear. Okay?
Alexis: You’re really leaving town?
Harmony: Yeah. I promise.
Alexis: Alright, then. I won’t stop you.
[ Vehicle door closes ]
[ Trunk opening ]
Harmony: Alexis, no!
Alexis: Oh, my god. Carly! Carly! What have you done to her?
Elizabeth: Come on. Ease up. Aiden went to lucy with questions. She didn’t seek him out.
Finn: Mm. Did lucy have any other words of wisdom? Let me guess. Commune with the spirits. No, no. Cleanse the house with sage.
Elizabeth: Her heart is in the right place.
Finn: I don’t disagree with that for a moment. I-I just believe that science and common sense will lead us to the answers we need, not a Ouija board.
Nina: I’m begging you, begging you to listen to me. Liam’s death is not your fault. You’re not responsible for that.
Sasha: I know that.
Nina: Do you really know that, or are you just saying that so I’ll change the subject?
Sasha: No, Nina, I, um… I really do understand that.
Nina: I’m so sorry you have to go through this pain. But I want you to remember that there are so many people who love you. So many. Brando just happens to be first in the line.
Brando: I think that you just have to hope that once Michael calms down, he’ll come to his senses.
Sonny: Yeah. Thank you. I-I appreciate your feedback, Brando.
Dante: Hey. Uh, I just want to say one more thing. I’m not picking sides. Okay? I love you and Michael both. And I can understand his perspective. And at the same time, it does not mean that I’m judging you for keeping Nina in your life.
Sonny: Yeah, I see that. And…I apologize. I just get frustrated.
Dante: I know.
Sonny: And I take it out on you and…
Dante: It’s okay. I appreciate it. But maybe, uh, you know, you and Michael should fix this thing before you say something, you go too far, and can’t come back from it.
Sonny: I think you may be a few hours too late for that warning, ’cause Michael and I have — have already gone beyond that point.
Michael: I really appreciate your support on this. Means a lot.
Willow: I love you. I’m always going to be on your side. But I do have to say one thing.
Michael: Yeah, of course. I always want you to be honest with me.
Willow: As you work to distance yourself from your father, you need to guard against adopting the very ruthlessness that you hate to see in Sonny. You’re a good man. But Sonny was at one time, too, I imagine. I-I don’t want you to become the very thing you’re trying to protect Wiley from.
Alexis: Carly, can you hear me? Thank God you’re still alive. Harmony, what does Carly have to do with any of this?
Harmony: She came to your house. She saw Neil’s notes about me, and she — she knew too much. And now you do, too. I can’t let you leave.
On the next “General Hospital” —
Drew (to Portia): The less you know, the better.
Ava (to Finn): Never too soon to experience the finer things.
Maxie (to Brook Lynn): Why would you say something like that?
Dante: Who did this to you?
Nina: That’s the kind of emptiness that never goes away.
Curtis (to Sonny): Why the sudden interest?
Harmony: I won’t let you take Willow away from me!