General Hospital Transcript
Sonny: Yeah, I got your latest report on the West Coast competition. Looks great, Brick.
[ Knock on door ]
Sonny: Yeah. Come in!
Frank: Boss, there’s someone here to see you.
Sonny: Alright, listen, something just came up. I’ll get that report to you.
[ Cellphone clatters ]
Sonny: Wow, you don’t waste any time, do you? I just saw you this morning.
Dex: You said to come by your office — you might have more work for me, so why wait?
Sonny: Frank, can you wait outside?
Frank: Yes, sir.
Dex: I brought my résumé.
[ Door closes ]
[ Paper ripping ]
Brando: Where’s TJ? They should have the C results by now.
Sasha: Maybe he got caught up with another patient. I’m sure the CT will be fine. All I have is a headache and some jangled nerves. We shouldn’t even have bothered him.
Brando: You had a major shock last night. I’m tracking TJ down.
TJ: Sorry for the wait. There was a backup in radiology.
Sasha: Will I live?
TJ: Your CT looked fine, but do you want me to give you something for the headaches?
Sasha: The photographer. I can’t shake him! [ Sighs ]
Gladys: He wants this.
Sasha: You stole his memory card?
Gladys: That rat deserved it after taking all those pictures of you just to make a fast buck.
Valentin: Can I be of some assistance?
Curtis: Jordan. Are you okay?
Jordan: Fine. Passed my latest checkup with flying colors.
Curtis: That’s good. What’s with the concerned expression?
Jordan: I’m following up with the M.E. About the Harmony Miller case. What about you?
Curtis: Um, I was hoping to speak with TJ, but he’s been working these 24-hour shifts. It’s kind of hard to get a hold of him.
Jordan: One thing you can say about my son, he’s no slacker.
Curtis: No, he isn’t.
Jordan: So what do you want to talk to TJ about? Sorry. None of my business. I guess old habits die hard.
Salon worker: May I help you?
Nina: Um, no, thank you. I think I see the person that I’m looking for. Thank you so much.
Scott: [ Exhales sharply ]
Nina: Sorry, here you go. Can I just have a second?
Nail Tech: Yeah.
Nina: Thank you so much.
Scott: Um, Nina. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Uh, if you’re looking for a manicure, Veronica, she’s your girl. But if you’re looking for your attorney, he’s busy!
Nina: Too bad, Scott. Listen, I need your full and complete attention, and I need it now.
Willow: It’s not true.
Dante: I’m sorry, Willow, but the evidence we have that says you are not Harmony’s biological daughter was taken from Dr. Byrne’s notes — what’s left of them, anyway.
Michael: “What’s left”?
Carly: Harmony burned most of them. I found a remaining sheet of notes and a file folder that Harmony missed.
Dante: So what we have are partial records of Dr. Byrne’s therapy sessions with Harmony.
Michael: If it’s only a partial record, then maybe you misunderstood Dr. Byrne’s notes.
Carly: Harmony told me. She said that you weren’t her biological daughter.
Michael: I mean… that might explain why your mom attacked my mom and Alexis, so no one else would know the truth.
Dante: Sorry, Willow. I know you’ve got questions. And you know what? The PCPD will do our best to make sure you get answers.
Willow: It’s a lie.
Sonny: I don’t rely on résumés. Chet already said all kinds of nice things about you, and I know you can handle yourself by the way you dealt with those fighters that were supposed to be sparring, but they ended up fighting.
Dex: Does that mean I have a job?
Sonny: I’ve got to get to know you better before I decide whether you’re the right fit for one of my businesses.
Dex: Coffee. Import/export.
Sonny: The most important thing is trust, especially in my business. I’ve got to know if I can trust you. If that’s a problem, we stop right now.
TJ: Tell you what — I’ll write down an over-the-counter, non-habit-forming medication. That should take care of the headaches.
TJ: And if the headaches persist, we can talk about something stronger, okay?
[ Door opens ]
Gladys: Valentin. It’s been a while.
Valentin: It has. I was on my way out and saw you sitting here, having a heck of a time with that memory card.
Gladys: Hey, whoa. Whoa, whoa.
Valentin: Allow me. Want me to open these files?
Gladys: No, no. I can handle it from here.
Valentin: What have we here? It’s the face of Deception.
Jordan: If I run into TJ, I’ll tell him you’re looking for him.
Curtis: Jordan, wait. It is about Marshall.
Jordan: What about him?
Curtis: TJ likes the guy. Says he wants to get to know his grandfather.
Jordan: TJ has a big heart and is very forgiving. Marshall’s absence for all these years hasn’t hurt him like it has you.
Curtis: I know, but still, there are some things that TJ is entitled to know.
Jordan: Such as?
Curtis: Such as who and what Marshall really is.
Scott: Oh, for crying out loud, Nina. Come on, get lost.
Nina: No, I’m not gonna get lost, Scott. You’re supposed to be preparing to fight for my right to be part of my grandson’s life, not getting a manicure.
Scott: Well, now, judges like well-manicured lawyers — not to mention your Aunt Liesl. She likes when my nails are clipped and polished and ready for action.
Nina: The state of your cuticles is not a high priority right now, Scott, since I got the advanced copy of the five-part series The Invader is going to run on me soon.
Scott: Yeah, I got it, too.
Nina: You got it?
Nina: And so why are you so calm? They’re out to sabotage me even before I step foot in a courtroom.
Scott: Who’s “they”?
Nina: Michael and Willow. Who else?
Michael: This is a lot to process, okay? Dante could come back later —
Willow: Neil Byrne lost his medical license. He had a drug problem. Who’s to say he didn’t make up lies about my mother, create his own fantasy, blaming her for some imaginary adoption? The man was obviously delusional.
Dante: Okay, Willow, as I said earlier, the PCPD is not going to accept anything without further proof. But you have to ask yourself, why else would Harmony kill her psychiatrist and his brother if not to keep her secret protected?
Willow: I don’t know. But you want to know what I do know? My mother loved me. Maybe she wasn’t always the best mom, but whatever her crimes, she loved me as only a mother can love her child, especially now, before she…
Michael: No, no. [ Sighs ] My mom said that Harmony admitted the truth to her. She wouldn’t lie.
Carly: She said it to me again — well, to Alexis and me — on Rana Point. That’s why she attacked us. She was so desperate to keep her secret, and when it started coming out, she just lost it.
Michael: Maybe that’s what drove Harmony into the middle of the road without looking. She was focused on finding you, to tell you what she did and to seek forgiveness.
Willow: That’s what you were talking about in the chapel.
Carly: Yeah. I knew it would be a shock. I just wanted to give you a little time. That’s why I didn’t want to tell you last night. I didn’t tell Michael either.
Willow: I didn’t lose my mother last night. She was never mine in the first place.
Dex: Chet warned me you might tear up the résumé. He said you play by your own rules.
Sonny: But you brought the résumé anyway.
Dex: I’d rather be over-prepared than show up lacking.
Sonny: I like your philosophy. If — and that’s a big if — I have room for you in one of my businesses, then I need to know that you’re going to be able to take orders and follow them. No going rogue, and never think that you know better than me. Are we clear?
Dex: Crystal. I just need a chance to prove myself.
Sonny: What do you think we’re doing? I know you’re tough. You already proved that to me this morning. But being tough can only get you so far. Smart is the better way.
Brando: Everything okay?
TJ: Sasha’s CT didn’t indicate any serious injury, but there’s no reason for her to live with residual pain. So I recommended a painkiller.
Brando: Yeah, I noticed the script.
Sasha: It’s over the counter and non-habit-forming.
Brando: [ Scoffs ] Okay. Thanks for your help.
TJ: Any time.
Sasha: Now, if you two don’t mind, I would love to freshen up before I get back to work as the Face of Deception.
TJ: Of course.
Sasha: Thanks, Dr. Ashford.
Brando: Pick you up later?
Sasha: Yeah, of course. Yeah. [ Exhales deeply ]
[ Door closes ]
Sasha: What the hell are you doing here?
Felty: I saw your husband and doctor leaving. I thought I should check up on you. Missing something? I know just how you feel.
Valentin: I didn’t think that Sasha was capable of taking a bad picture.
Gladys: [ Sighs ] It’s not Sasha. It’s the creepy paparazzo who wouldn’t leave her alone.
Valentin: And how did you get your hands on his photos?
Gladys: How do you think?
Valentin: These were taken last night, I assume before Harmony Miller was run down.
Gladys: It was an accident.
Valentin: Well, you know that and I know that, but in the wrong hands, these photos tell a decidedly different story. Look.
Jordan: I thought you made peace with Marshall’s past.
Curtis: Easier said than done. After you refused to dig up my father’s sealed arrest records —
Jordan: I gave you my reasons why I wouldn’t help you with that.
Curtis: And I understood. Look, I wasn’t happy about it, but then I realized that I was putting you in an impossible situation.
Jordan: You found someone else to help you.
Curtis: Certain information came my way.
Jordan: What kind?
Curtis: The kind that you wouldn’t release to me.
Jordan: And how exactly did you manage that when I said no?
Scott: Your case is going to be decided in court, not on the pages of The Invader, so I suggest that you just chill out and get yourself a manicure.
Nina: The byline belongs to this guy, Grant Smoltz, and he’s half reporter, half pit bull, and, Scott, he’s painting me as this vengeful, homewrecking vixen out to get Wiley’s other grandmother, saint Carly.
Scott: Well, there’s nothing I can do about Smoltz and his slander, because everything that was said, is, you know, public record.
Nina: No. You don’t think that the judge is going to read that article and deny my petition for visitation? Do you really think that? I mean, out of the two grandmothers, who do you think the judge is going to have more sympathy for?
Scott: Well, you know what? There are two grandmothers involved in this, and one of them just died. So, Harmony Miller, compared to you — I mean, you’re like Mother Teresa.
Nina: So what are you thinking?
Scott: Harmony Miller is a suspect in two murders. She assaulted Carly and Alexis, and she’s dead. So I’m sure that Willow is all over the map right now and so is Michael.
Scott: Well, we go to their barracuda lawyer and we say it behooves them to just drop this whole invader thing. Otherwise, we go to court and let the judge decide whose behavior is better, yours or a double murderer’s.
Diane: Nice try, counselor. But on behalf of my clients, the answer is, we will see you in court.
Willow: It makes A… scary kind of sense… and explains so much. Harmony isn’t my biological mother. Is that why she couldn’t find my birth certificate, why there was no official record of its existence?
Dante: Well, according to Alexis, that birth certificate never did exist. What Harmony gave you was forged.
Carly: When you were a baby, Harmony took you from somebody else and claimed you as her own.
Willow: So I was kidnapped? Oh, my god. What else don’t I know?
Michael: Look, let’s take a break.
Willow: No, no! We cannot stop now. Everything I ever thought about my childhood is a lie. I have to know the truth.
Dex: I never went to college, Mr. Corinthos, but I served two tours. I have combat experience. I can handle myself under pressure when everything’s on the line.
Sonny: I appreciate the ability to handle trouble, but I don’t want my employees looking for trouble.
Dex: I kept my nose clean at the gym. I only mixed it up when I had to.
Sonny: Chet told me that, yeah.
Dex: If you keep your cool, you don’t have to mix it up. But if there’s no choice, I act quickly and make sure I’m the last man standing.
Sonny: I like your attitude, but attitude can only get you so far. Sooner or later, you’re gonna have to back it up.
Sasha: Get out.
Felty: What are you gonna do, scream for help? Or scream for one of those little pills you were about to swallow before I took your picture?
Sasha: Those pills are for migraines, like the one you gave me when you refused to leave me alone.
Felty: Those capsules are distinctive, and they’re not for migraines. They’re not pillow mints, either.
Sasha: You know what, if you hadn’t chased after me, I wouldn’t —
Felty: You wouldn’t have turned Harmony Miller into roadkill?
Sasha: [ Gasps ] You are disgusting! I hadn’t taken anything.
Felty: Only because I surprised you.
Sasha: [ Scoffs ]
Felty: Okay, listen, beauty. Far be it from me to spoil the Face of Deception. I just want my memory card. Those pictures are my bread and butter.
Sasha: Mine too.
Felty: Well, then, I’ll delete the ones I have of you and the spilled pills. I’ll even forget I ever saw them.
Sasha: [ Laughing ] Okay. I’m supposed to believe you?
Felty: Mm-hmm. Believe this. I have connections. I can get you what you need.
[ Cellphone chimes ]
Felty: I just sent you my number. Give me a call, sooner rather than later. It’ll be our little secret.
Gladys: My daughter-in-law is grieving the loss of her baby. The doctor prescribed medication to help her cope.
Valentin: Well, I’m sympathetic. The loss of her child was tragic. Um… but she does have a public history of drug abuse, which was covered on “Good Morning America,” no less. So her with medication would raise red flags. She’s my business partner. She’s the ace of the company, and she’s the brand ambassador, so she represents a huge part of my investment.
Gladys: I couldn’t trust Sasha more if she was my own flesh and blood daughter. Now, if you’ll excuse me.
Jordan: How did you get your hands on your father’s sealed arrest records? You know what? Never mind. I don’t want to force you to tell the truth or compel you to lie. Both are bad.
Curtis: Very interesting. You seem to care more about how I found out about Marshall’s past, but not what I found out.
Jordan: Damn it, Curtis. I care about you.
Nina: Diane, if you would just listen —
Scott: Alright, Nina, Nina, Nina. Quiet, quiet, quiet. Diane, we know that your BFF’s roommate just died under very mysterious circumstances.
Diane: I think you’re talking about Alexis’s houseguest, not roommate, Harmony Miller.
Scott: AKA Willow Tate’s mommy. Now, if they want to really play hardball, we’ll make sure that the judge knows that one of the grandmas is a murderer.
Diane: You knock yourself out, counselor, because you see, Harmony Miller was not biologically related to Wiley, therefore had no standing. Therefore, it’s a nonstarter. I’m actually a little surprised at how fuzzy you are as counselor for the petitioner on this particular legal question at issue. You see, the only reason why your client has any standing to bring a petition at all is because she’s the biological grandmother. And the biological mother, convicted murderer and kidnapper Nelle Benson, is dead. It’s a technicality. It’s a loophole. But my clients are well within their rights to argue against visitation. And if you [Chuckles] care about that little boy the way you say you do, you will drop this claim before the invader article goes national.
Willow: You were with my mother just before she died. Did she tell you why she lied about me being her child?
Harmony: You need to protect her. Nina’s love will smother her. Please, Carly.
[ Monitor alarm beeping ]
Carly: We’ll take care of her. I promise you, Willow will be okay. I promise you that.
Willow: Carly, please. My whole life suddenly just became one big question mark. Did my mom — did Harmony tell you anything?
Dex: I wouldn’t be here if I wasn’t ready to prove that you can trust me.
Sonny: Your service is impressive. And I saw what you can do at the gym. But there are other factors that I need to consider.
Dex: If you hire me, you’ll see what I bring.
[ Knock on door ]
Brando: Oh, you’re in a meeting. I’ll wait outside.
Sonny: No, the meeting’s over. Brando, Dex. Dex, Brando. Dex is gonna be at the bar. He’s going to have an espresso. He’s gonna wait.
Dex: Thank you, Mr. Corinthos. I appreciate your time.
Sonny: Close the door.
[ Door closes ]
Sonny: So, what? I heard about the accident. What — how’s Sasha?
Brando: Physically, she’s fine. Emotionally, you know… I mean, she just — she just began to deal with losing Liam, and then — then this happened, man.
Sonny: Must be tough. But you’re helping her cope, right?
Brando: I’m trying. I’m trying. Sasha thinks she needs to be strong for me, but I can’t seem to get through her defenses. That’s why I’m here. I’m hoping — I’m hoping you know what to do.
Sasha: When I said I wanted to meet, I thought it would be at the office. It’s a little early for happy hour. We’re still on the clock. [ Sighs ] You still have it.
Gladys: I was thinking of flushing it down the toilet.
Sasha: Do you even realize, if you would have taken one of these and they’d found it in your system? No. You have been given a second chance. Don’t…blow it.
Gladys: Why not?
Sasha: Because the jerk wants it back.
Gladys: [ Scoffs ] I’ll just bet he does. Give me one good reason to say yes.
Jordan: I care about you. But it’s not like I still have feelings for you in that way, like I did when we were married. [ Sighs ] I mean, I do love you, but — [ Sighs ] Feel free to help me out of this hole I’m digging here.
Curtis: I get it. You don’t want me to get so caught up in Marshall’s past that I cross the line.
Jordan: If that happened, I wouldn’t be able to look the other way.
Curtis: I wouldn’t ask you to.
Jordan: As long as we’re clear.
Curtis: We’re clear.
Jordan: Alright, then. Was it worth whatever price you paid to find out what you wanted to know about Marshall?
TJ: Marshall? What about him?
Nina: Diane, I’m only doing this because I care about Wiley. I am not going to allow Wiley’s parents to deprive him of someone who really loves him and who he loves — especially now, because Harmony’s gone.
Scott: Yeah, so let me put it to you simply, okay? If you go ahead with Smoltz’s hatchet job, it is open season on Harmony.
Diane: And make Willow yet another innocent victim of Harmony? Please, by all means, be my guest.
Nina: Oh, Willow Tate is hardly an innocent victim. She refuses to stand up to Michael over and over again. She cut me out of Wiley’s life without batting an eyelash.
Diane: Perhaps your attorney has neglected to tell you this — big surprise — but Michael and Willow are Wiley’s parents, and it is their legal obligation, not to mention their moral and sacred duty, to do what they feel is in the best interest of that child while you, Ms. Reeves, have a documented and provable history of emotional and mental instability. If you would like to avoid further embarrassment, further public humiliation, withdraw that claim.
Nina: Diane, let me make this perfectly clear. If Willow and Michael insist on dragging me through the mud, I’ll return the favor and drag them right along with me.
Willow: There’s something my mother told you before she died, something I should know.
Carly: Willow, I think Dante’s right. There’s a lot of questions that need to be answered.
Dante: First off, I’d like you to take a DNA test. That way, we can rule out any blood relation between you and Harmony.
Michael: That makes sense, but Willow’s already been through the wringer. Can’t that wait for a little bit?
Dante: Well, it can, Michael, but look, if you want answers to these questions, which it seems like you really do, the sooner you take this test, the better.
Willow: Michael’s right. I, um… I need time to digest everything I’ve learned.
Dante: Okay. I guess I’ll check back in tomorrow. I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
Carly: I’m going to take off, too. Yeah. Hey.
Michael You gonna be okay?
Carly: Yeah. Yeah. Been a crazy day. Stay strong for Willow.
Carly: Yeah. You know what? The answers will come when you’re ready. I told Harmony that I would protect you, and I will.
Willow: Protect me from what?
Dex: I recognize Brando from the gym. He’s Mr. Corinthos’… nephew?
Dex: Mr. Corinthos is famous for his coffee and his loyalty. You’ve got to admire both.
Brando: I’m sorry for imposing. You have enough troubles without my adding to them.
Sonny: No, listen, you can always come to me. Lesson number one — when you’re family, your troubles are my troubles.
Brando: And vice versa.
Brando: What’s lesson number two?
Sonny: If you love someone, don’t wait for them to come to you. Sasha’s in pain. Let her know that you’re not scared, that you’re not looking for a way out.
Brando: I’m there for the good and the bad, just like I said in my marriage vows.
Sonny: Absolutely. Putting her first, you cannot go wrong. I know she’s going to say to you, “Look, I’m okay.” And you got to trust that, you got to respect her. But… if there are any warning signs, do not ignore that.
Brando: I’ll make sure that she knows, if she falls, I will catch her.
Sonny: You do that, you can’t go wrong.
Sasha: The memory card has all the photographer’s photos, not only mine. If we give it back, then maybe he’ll leave us alone.
Gladys: As long as I have this little card in my hand, we’re in the driver’s seat. Oh, pardon the expression.
Sasha: [ Sighs ]
Gladys: You make my son happy, and what makes Brando happy makes me happy. So if there’s something else, something interfering with Brando’s happiness, I will protect you. Which means you can trust me with anything.
Jordan: Hi, my busy doctor son. Mm. As much as I’d love to stay and chat, your uncle has something he wants to talk to you about. When was the last time you slept?
TJ: [ Sighs ]
Jordan: You look tired, baby.
TJ: I was all set to go home, Dr. Westbourne okayed it, and then we got slammed, so I stayed.
Jordan: I admire your dedication. But don’t forget to take care of yourself.
TJ: I know. Dr. Westbourne literally just said the same thing, and Molly’s on board.
Jordan: Okay, well, I need to get back to my own job. I love you, baby.
TJ: I love you. It’s good to see you.
Jordan: Good to see you.
TJ: So, you were saying about Marshall?
Curtis: I ran into your mom by accident, but I wanted to talk to you about your grandfather.
TJ: You saved me a trip. There’s something I want to show you.
[ Elevator bell dings ]
Dante: Oh, hey, Jordan. Uh, I just came from seeing Willow Tate.
Dante: I tried to break the news to her gently.
Jordan: Did she agree to give you a DNA sample to confirm she’s not Harmony Miller’s biological daughter?
Dante: No. I got some pushback from Michael.
Jordan: I don’t blame them. Willow needs time to grieve. Give her a night to process, see if she and Michael are more open to it tomorrow. In the meantime, I have a more pressing job for you.
Dante: What’s more pressing than proving that Harmony wasn’t Willow’s birth mother?
Jordan: Finding out who was.
Scott: I’m sure it’s not going to come down to mutually assured destruction. Will it, Diane?
Diane: If Nina wants a fight to the bitter end, so be it.
Diane: I’m going to find a new nail salon.
Nina: Diane, just wait one second. Wiley, he needs all of his family, right? Now more than ever. And I understand that Willow’s whole world has shattered, I do. But don’t punish that little boy because of Willow’s pain.
Diane: Nina, you seem to think that depriving Wiley of your presence would be a punishment. Court may not agree with you.
Scott: Ahh. Don’t let her get to you.
Nina: You’re right. She is a barracuda. But whatever Michael is paying her to drive me out of Wiley’s life, it’s just a waste of his money.
Scott: Okay, so it sounds to me it’s all-out war.
Nina: It’s war. It is.
Scott: Okay. Alright, good. Then you’ve changed your mind.
Nina: About what?
Scott: Sonny. You’ve got to let me put him up on the stand.
Michael: Sounds like Harmony wanted my mom to protect you from the truth about all the lines that she crossed.
Willow: Harmony was probably delirious. Most end-of-life patients are. She couldn’t prevent the truth from coming out. But now that I know she wasn’t my birth mother…
Melanie: Someone missed his mommy.
Willow: Not half as much as his mommy missed him.
Valentin: I was hoping that Drew Cain would wait a little longer to take an interest in ELQ. Your girlfriend has promised to vote to support me as CEO, but her vote only counts as a tiebreak, so I am afraid that my days are numbered.
Carly: Bad news?
Valentin: Oh, it’s just business. It’s nothing life-threatening.
Valentin: I heard about Harmony Miller’s incident. Glad you weren’t harmed.
Carly: Thank you.
Valentin: I imagine Willow Tate is pretty badly shaken.
Carly: Now, why would you care about that?
Valentin: Well, Willow was my daughter’s third grade teacher, and after a rocky start, she was actually pretty good for her.
Carly: That doesn’t surprise me. Willow’s a wonderful person.
Valentin: Yeah, who is now grieving her mother and facing a prolonged court battle with Nina. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Carly: And Nina got to you.
Valentin: Imagine if we could get our priorities straight, Carly. And you could lead the way by making peace with Nina.
Brando: You learn anything more about that attempted robbery at Charlie’s?
Sonny: That’s not your concern. You take care of Sasha. I’ll take care of everything else.
Sasha: Thanks for looking out for me, Gladys. But, um, don’t you think that returning the memory card would be a gesture of good faith? You know, maybe one day, he’ll return the favor. I’ve got to get back to work. So should you.
After I finish my drink.
Curtis; Hey, that’s —
TJ: Marshall’s. I know. This is also from him.
Curtis: [ Sighs ] “I wanted to leave you a gift, but all I have to offer is this gift of music. Like you said about surgery, it’s part of one great, unfinished symphony. Your loving grandfather.”
TJ: Do you know what he means?
Curtis: It means your grandfather left town because of me.
Dante: To find Willow’s birth mother, I need to start with Harmony Miller.
Jordan: Dig up anything you can find on Harmony’s background before she came to Port Charles. Somewhere out there, a mother is missing her daughter.
Nina: No, nothing has changed. Just leave Sonny out of it. But Michael — Michael is fair game.
Scott: Only Michael?
Nina: No. And Willow. Willow also. Because she has the keys to unlocking the door that’s blocking my access to my grandson. What is — what is that saying? When someone looks like they’re too good to be true —
Scott: They’re usually not.
Nina: There must be something about Willow Tate that we can uncover, Scott. And I want you to keep digging until you find it.
Carly: So, what is it about Nina that makes otherwise rational men come to her defense?
Valentin: When does the hurting stop? When do we stop attacking one another and get on with our lives?
Carly: You should ask Nina that question. She kept Sonny from his family for nine months, and then she slept with him. Now she’s petitioning the court to allow her to visit my grandson.
Valentin: Well, he’s her grandson, as well. And from her perspective, you cost her a daughter, so… why don’t we just end this?
Wiley: Why are you crying, mommy? Do you have a boo-boo?
Willow: No, no. They’re — they’re happy tears, sweetie, because I am sitting here with you and Daddy, the two most important men in my life.
Michael: Hey, bud. I think that Annabel II really, really misses you. So why don’t you go back to the house with Melanie, and your Mommy and I will meet you and Annabel there very soon, okay?
[ Door closes ]
Willow: Wiley’s lucky. He’s young. Barely knew his grandma Harmony. Whatever pain he might feel about never seeing her again will heal.
Michael: And, um… and yours?
Willow: I don’t know. [ Sniffles ] I just keep asking myself the same question — if Harmony isn’t my birth mother… who is?
On the next “General Hospital” —
TJ (to Curtis): Was it worth losing the one chance you had with your father?
Cameron (to Spencer): I need to know that the hell that I’ve been catching is worth it.
Nina (to Ava): This time it’ll be on my orders.
Valentin (to Carly): Can you really tell me there’s no part of you that feels for me.
Esme: I intend to be happy.