GH Transcript Wednesday, May 11, 2022

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Elizabeth: You don’t have to keep checking on me.

Finn: But I really like checking in on you. As a matter of fact, this is the only time I wish you were working a double shift. I mean, I’m here. The hospital’s got security cameras.

Elizabeth: Fortunately, Nikolas asked me to stay at Wyndemere. I don’t love the fact that Esme is there, considering what we think she did to Cameron and Josslyn — filming a sex tape and putting it out there for the world to see — but at least I know Cameron is safe, staying in the dorms with friends, and Jake and Aiden are with Kevin and Laura. And as for me, there’s no place more secure than Spoon Island. [ Chuckles ]

Finn: Yeah, okay. Wouldn’t be my first choice, but… you’re headed there now?

Elizabeth: I just have to make a quick stop first, um, and so I-I have to go. I’ll talk to you later? Okay, bye.

Drew: Carly, you and I need to talk.

Carly: Drew — I don’t know what you think you saw.

Drew: I saw Nina put down her drink, and then she left. And then I saw you pick up the drink and put it in your purse. The question’s why?

Nina: Hi. It’s been a while since I came to visit, and I figured I owed you an explanation. I am… I’m fighting for visitation rights with Wiley. You probably already know that. And Willow and Michael, they’re fighting me on it, so there’s gonna be a hearing. And they’ve also decided to fight dirty. So they paid off this reporter to do a feature on me. He’s making me look like a villain, which is ironic because… that’s how the whole world saw you. Unfortunately, everything he’s writing… is true. I’ve made some pretty bad choices in my life. So have you. I just wanted the world to know… that you’re not all bad. That your life mattered.

[ Door opens ]

Michael: Hey. How’d it go?

Willow: We had a good talk. Alexis just left.

Michael: Are you okay? I know Alexis can be kind of intense.

Willow: It was definitely an intense conversation. I’m going to have to get that DNA test for the police eventually. And I know it’s going to prove that Harmony wasn’t my biological mother, which makes me related to no one.

Michael: How about a break? The boat’s out of the dry dock. We can ride it up to Sawyer.

Willow: Can we take the car instead? I need to go somewhere.

Sonny: They’re gonna stop the rescue operation. And Jason…is dead.

Carly: No. They told me the same thing about you, and it turned out to not be true. They did.

Sonny: I want to believe Jason’s still out there, too, Carly.

Laura: Sonny.

Sonny: I’m sorry, I was, uh, lost in thought.

Laura: I’m not surprised. I bet you have a lot on your mind now.

Sonny: Yeah. I don’t know if you heard, but Monica is finalizing the paperwork to have Jason legally declared dead.

Laura: I did not know that. I’m sorry.

Sonny: And everybody’s into all kinds of discussion about whether, you know, the memorial plaque should be at the Quartermaine crypt or in the graveyard next to Morgan. I mean… [ Chuckles ]

Laura: Oh, I’m sorry. That’s a very heavy burden.

Sonny: Yeah. Yeah.

Laura: Oh. That’s not what I was referring to, though. I-I was talking about the feature about Nina petitioning the court for visitation rights with your grandson.

Sonny: I — what are you talking about?

Laura: Oh, it — it’s a feature. Right. Part one of a feature. It just showed up on The Invader’s website just about an hour ago. I —

Sonny: You — you think I’m gonna not like it? Is that what’s going on here?

Laura: [ Sighs ] Well… there’s an awful lot in there about what happened with you and Nina.

Nikolas: I read the piece. It doesn’t paint Nina in a very good light. I guess that means that, uh, the two of you are made for each other.

Spencer: I just feel that I don’t know you as well as I thought. And I wanted to find out what I didn’t know.

Esme: Then why not just ask me? I mean, we used to talk about everything. And if we’re gonna get back to what we had, then we have to be honest with each other about everything. Completely transparent.

Spencer: I agree. How ’bout we start with this? Why did Maggie write, “no good can come from you having contact with your father”?

Esme: I-I can see how this, um… doesn’t make sense.

Spencer: Because it doesn’t. You told me you fell out of contact with your nanny years ago.

Spencer: Yes, that’s — th-that’s true, but — but in that letter, it sounds like she knows who your biological parents are. Does that mean that you know as well? Who exactly is your father?

[ Doorbell rings ]

Elizabeth: [ Sighs ] I know, this is crazy, but I’m doing it for you.

Chelsea: Elizabeth Baldwin?

Elizabeth: Yes, that’s me.

Chelsea: I’m Chelsea Lam. I’m here to help you.

Elizabeth: Please, come in. Lucy Coe has said some great things about you. She thought that maybe you could help me get some answers. Is that possible?

Chelsea: I’m not sure. I guess we’ll find out together.

Elizabeth: Okay.

Chelsea: What do you say we contact a spirit?

Carly: Okay, fine, fine. You caught me. I’m up to something.

Drew: Well, that’s a real shock.

Carly: And it’s for a good reason.

Drew: To do with Nina.

Carly: I can’t give you the details.

Drew: Carly.

Carly: Because I don’t want you involved.

Drew: Well, that sounds ominous.

Carly: [ Sighs ] Certain information fell into my lap.

Drew: And you prefer to carry the weight of that secret alone?

Carly: No. I would prefer to tell my best friend. Jason would listen without judging, and he would let me work through things. And if I did something that he didn’t approve of, he would still support me.

Drew: Well, if you’re looking for someone to be Jason, I can’t be that guy for you.

Nina: If I’m honest with myself, I guess I did want Carly to suffer a little the way she made you and me suffer. But I could have done a better job at building the bridge between me and Michael and Carly and Willow. That way, I could have had an active part in Wiley’s life, and I would have told that little boy about you. But that’s not the choice that I made.

Nina: But in the moment, when Wiley looked at me and asked me how we were connected, I was thinking about Nelle.

Carly: Nina —

Nina: come on! And no matter what she did when she was alive, we can’t just pretend that she didn’t exist. We can’t. We can’t just pretend that she didn’t give birth to this miracle of a grandson that we both share.

Carly: I doubt we’ll be sharing Wiley in the near future.

Nina: Now there’s an all-out war, a war that I cannot lose, and I’m prepared to go all the way so I can be part of Wiley’s life… …and that my only daughter is not forgotten.

Sonny: I don’t want to listen to your lies.

Laura: Nikolas. Nikolas.

Sonny: [ Chuckles ]

Laura: You know what? I love running into you, but I wish that you would adhere to the old adage, “If you don’t have something nice to say, don’t say anything at all.”

Nikolas: Well, I’ll remember that the next time you cross paths with uncle Victor.

Laura: Are you equating Victor and Sonny?

Nikolas: Oh, that’s unfair — to Victor. I will never understand the blind spot you have for Sonny. He’s just a bully. The way he went after Esme. You kidnapped her.

Sonny: Okay. Here you go, opening your mouth when you know nothing. I was just talking to Esme. But unlike you, who — who buys her little innocent act… you think I’m a bully? You know what you are? An idiot! I’m sorry. I’ll see you later.

Laura: Okay.

Nikolas: Hey, don’t you walk away from me.

Laura: Oh!

Nikolas: Aah!

Sonny: Don’t you ever, ever put your hand on my shoulder!

Esme: Do you think that if I knew who my biological father was, you wouldn’t know, too?

Spencer: I don’t know how to answer that… because the letter that you’re holding basically contradicts everything that you’ve told me about your past.

Esme: Everything I’ve told you is true. Maggie and I lost contact, and… I-I hadn’t spoken to her in years.

Spencer: So then how does she know so much about me, Esme?

Esme: I… started asking questions about my biological parents. I had been…so alone. And then I-I-I met you and we started to talk about a future together. And I realized that I might need answers one day, so I-I tracked down my old nanny and I started… fishing to see what she knew about my biological parents. Once it became clear that Maggie did know something, I ingratiated myself and regaled her with stories of — of my life at school and my handsome new boyfriend.

Spencer: And that worked?

Esme: No. Turns out Maggie did know something, but she wasn’t inclined to share. Once that became clear, I cut her out of my life. And that, Spence, is God’s honest truth.

Spencer: So then why did you keep all of those letters?

Chelse: So tell me, Elizabeth, why am I here?

Elizabeth: Well, there has been some weird incidents. They started in my home and then at my place of work at the hospital, and most recently, at a hotel where I was staying. I can’t explain what’s happening. The police have investigated, but there have been no signs of forced entry.

Chelsea: But signs of your late husband keep showing up?

Elizabeth: Did you just sense that?

Chelsea: Oh. [ Chuckles ] No, I’m not that good. Lucy gave me some background information when she referred you. I’m not a psychic. I can’t read minds. But if I could see the Powerball numbers, I would have a seaside retreat in Maui. However, I do believe that the spirits of the universe are always talking to us. It’s just a matter of whether or not we stop and listen to the messages. I take it this is your first time talking to a medium?

Elizabeth: Yes. [ Chuckles ] Must be written all over my face. My friend Terry was going to come with me, but then you said you wanted to meet me here.

Chelsea: Oh, Lucy informed me that the majority of the incidents happened in this house. If it’s your late husband’s doing, he’ll have the strongest connection here.

Elizabeth: Right, yeah, that makes sense. Only…what if it’s not him?

Drew: I’m not my brother. But I will try to have an open mind. And obviously I don’t consider myself the boss of you, but if I disagree with something that I hear, I can’t promise to support you without judgment.

Carly: Well, good to know.

Drew: Hey, hey, hey, hey, I’m just being honest with you. Okay? That’s what I — I will always be honest, no matter what. Even if it’s what you don’t want to hear. And if you are in over your head, I promise you that I’m — I’m gonna be there for you. I’m gonna help you dig yourself out, so… so what’s going on? Okay, that’s — that’s your call.

Carly: Drew, wait. Drew, wait, okay? Look… I want to tell you, but I think you’d be more comfortable if you walked away, because it’s big.

Drew: I’m here and I’m listening.

Carly: I was the last person in the room with Harmony before she died.

Drew: Okay.

Drew: She told me that Nina… is Willow’s birth mother.

Nina: What are you two doing at my daughter’s grave?

Michael: We’re on the way to where Jonah is buried, and before you ask, Wiley is at home with Monica.

Nina: Willow…I’m so sorry about Jonah. To — to find out you lost a child long after they passed away, it’s devastating, isn’t it? I know you think of me as your enemy, but I understand the pain that you’re going through.

Willow: If you don’t want to be thought of as an enemy, Nina, stop acting like one.

Michael: You know, Willow didn’t know that her son had died because Nelle switched him with Wiley, so while you’re contemplating Willow’s devastation, you should probably blame your daughter.

Nina: Wow, Michael, you never miss an opportunity to say something awful about Nelle.

Michael: And you never miss the opportunity to rewrite history.

Nina: I don’t know why I’m even engaging with you. Willow, I was just trying to express my sympathy to you.

Willow: Yeah. This would be the right time. In the last 24 hours, I lost… I lost my mother in more ways than one. And the stress of the hearing is only making things worse, so if you want to express your sympathy, then please stop this once and for all.

Nikolas: [ Groans ]

Laura: Hey, hey, hey. That’s enough. Sonny, stop it, both of you.

Nikolas: Did you see that, Martin? He — he attacked me.

Martin: Do you have the situation under control?

Laura: Yes. Yes. It’s gonna be fine. Sonny, look, under the circumstances, I think it’s pro–

Sonny: No, I know, I know. I’m — I’m sorry. I’m sorry. I’m going.

Esme: I, um… kept my nanny’s letters for sentimental reasons. And, no, I don’t mean I have a soft streak for sappy greeting cards and cute puppies, but… …when you don’t have any real family in this world, you feel very isolated. And, yes, I cut Maggie out of my life, but… those letters remind me of better days. And with you being so distant… they have even more meaning. So there it is. You asked me for explanations, and I gave them to you. So let’s stop dancing around this — do you believe in me… in us… …or not?

Chelsea: The candles are a good touch. Can we dim the lights and light a few more?

Elizabeth: Sure. Go ahead. I’ll get the lights.

Chelsea: Let’s see what kind of poltergeist could be behind this.

Elizabeth: Poltergeist?

Chelsea: Oh, that movie ruined a rather neutral term. A ghost is a spirit of someone who was passed, while a poltergeist could be a spirit or it could be a psychic impression of someone who is still living. Sort of a square/rectangle situation. Similar, but not the same.

Elizabeth: Oh, I see.

Chelsea: Do you have anything of sentimental value to your late husband?

Elizabeth: Yes.

Drew: Nina…is Willow’s birth mother? How is that even possible? I thought Nelle was Nina’s long-lost daughter.

Carly: Harmony said Willow was a twin.

Drew: Willow and Nelle, twins?

Carly: According to Harmony.

Drew: Do you have anything to back this?

Carly: No. Supposedly, Willow is months younger than Nelle, but Willow’s birth certificate was forged. That poor girl doesn’t even know when her birthday is.

Drew: [ Sighs ]

Carly: And that’s why I showed up here tonight. I wanted to get information from Phyllis about the night Nelle was born. Phyllis took care of Nina at the time, and it turns out that Phyllis wasn’t even there during the actual birth, so she wouldn’t know if there had been twin babies. So the only way to prove or disprove what Harmony said is with a DNA test. When I saw Nina’s glass sitting there, I just grabbed it.

Drew: You’re gonna perform a DNA test without Nina knowing, and Willow’s on board with this?

Carly: Willow doesn’t know.

Nina: I’m not heartless, Willow. But let me remind you, I’m not the one that started this. You two did. By that five-part feature in The Invader. I’m sure Smoltz is going to get a Pulitzer for that. Oh, wait, there’s not a category for biased hit jobs.

Michael: You know, there couldn’t be a feature if there — if there wasn’t a petition in the first place. All Willow and I did was cooperate with the reporter. Now, if you feel anything that Smoltz wrote is untrue, then you can sue.

Nina: I’ve always tried to compromise with you.

Willow: When? When? When did you ever offer to compromise?! The night I went to your office, I said that if you would back off, give Michael time, stop pushing, I would find a way for you to see Wiley!

Nina: Oh, really?

Willow: Yeah!

Nina: And I was supposed to trust that? You just want me to sign off my rights to my grandson?

Michael: You don’t have any rights to Wiley. You had a right to file a petition, and you’ve done that. This fight is on you.

Willow: Yeah. Your idea of a compromise is to get your way. And you know what? That works for you. But it doesn’t work for Wiley.

Nina: My heart breaks for you. It truly does, Willow, for your losses. For Jonah and for Harmony. But my empathy for you does not overshadow my love for my grandson, and it definitely doesn’t overshadow my love for my daughter.

Nikolas: [ Sighs ]

Laura: How’s your hand?

Nikolas: It’s — probably just pulled something. I’m fine.

Martin: Oh, you could have a sprain.

Nikolas: Yeah. Courtesy of Sonny Corinthos. And are we all just gonna pretend that kidnapping Esme and intimidating her is just — it’s okay?

Laura: Nikolas, Esme is prone to exaggeration. And if I didn’t know better, I’d say that you were defending her.

Nikolas: I don’t believe that she filmed joss and Cam having sex and then framed Trina as the culprit. Do you?

Esme: Do you believe in me? I’m sorry, Esme.

Spencer: I’m sorry. I shouldn’t have doubted you. I don’t really know why I did.

Esme: You keep letting your supposed friends get into your head. Though I — I have to give Cam a little credit. I saw him at Kelly’s earlier when I was upset, and he was able to be nice to me, though. Unlike Trina and Joss. But as a reminder, I’m the one who’s always been there for you. I want us to get back to what we had.

Spencer: That’s what I want, too.

Esme: Oh, Spence. Can we just put all this aside and commit to each other again? Can we try to do that?

Spencer: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Wait, wait. Stop, stop, stop, stop.

Esme: Why are you stopping? It’s been so long since we’ve been with each other. What’s wrong?

Laura: I believe that Trina Robinson is innocent, and I can reserve judgment about Esme until after Trina has been exonerated. Okay? I’m sorry we’re reuniting under these circumstances.

Martin: As am I. I was supposed to meet with my nephew to discuss certain options regarding his marriage.

Laura: Oh, no. I don’t like the sound of that. But you’re gonna have to postpone it anyway, because you’ve got to go to G.H. And check out your hand.

Nikolas: Mother, I’ll be fine. I box.

Laura: [ Sighs ] Humor me, okay? Let me drive you.

Nikolas: Thanks. I have a driver.

Martin: Little sister, trouble certainly seems to follow our family, does it not?

Laura: [ Chuckles ] It certainly seems to.

Michael: You never knew the real Nelle. I have a feeling you’d be a little less protective of her if you did.

Sonny: Is there — is there a problem here? What’s going on?

Nina: Sonny, you don’t have to get involved.

Michael: No. Nina is just giving Willow a hard time, not that it matters, because I fully expect you to defend Nina.

Sonny: You know what, Michael? I already told you I’m gonna have your back during this visitation hearing. It doesn’t matter what you think of me or whether you believe me or not.

Michael: Oh, really?

Sonny: Yeah.

Michael: Okay, then here’s your chance to prove yourself. Why don’t you tell Nina to back off and stop harassing the mother of your grandson?

Carly: I’m not gonna burden Willow with this. She and Nina hate each other. They’re about to go head-to-head in court. Plus, I can’t be sure that Harmony was telling the truth. This could be one big manipulation.

Drew: Look, I’ve seen a few people die in my day, and when someone sees that it’s the end, the last thing they’re thinking about is manipulating anyone.

Carly: I get that, but I can’t take it on faith that Nina gave birth to twins in a coma and no one knew about it. Come on. I’m not gonna add to Willow’s grief. I’m not gonna put this on her plate unless I know for sure.

Drew: I see your point. Thank you. But there’s a catch. You have a sample of Nina’s DNA, but you don’t have one for Willow.

Carly: I know, I know. I gotta find some way to get into the gatehouse.

Drew: How are you gonna do that? You gonna go for a visit and just hope that Willow doesn’t see you stealing her toothbrush? I mean, it’s not like you live on the property.

Carly: You do.

Elizabeth: This is my wedding ring, which mysteriously ended up in my locker at work. We got our rings —

Chelsea: Elizabeth, stop. I know you’re trying to be helpful, but it’s actually better if I know less of the background information. That’s how we’ll know it’s really him. Come, sit with me.

Elizabeth: [ Sighs ]

Chelsea: Take my hands. Close your eyes. I’m listening to see if anyone is reaching out to us. If anyone wants their presence to be known [Shakily] While we…

Elizabeth: Chelsea? What is it?

Chelsea: There is a dark presence in this house.

Spencer: Of course I want to reconnect with you. Just not right now.

Esme: Why not?

Spencer: Because we have hit a very significant bump in our relationship, and as we come back together, we need to do it right. It needs to feel special and meaningful, not like some random, uh, spur-of-the-moment kind of thing.

Esme: That’s a sweet thought. Come on, Spence, it’s not like it’s our first time. [ Chuckles ]

Spencer: Esme. I’m serious. It might as well be our first time because we are making a fresh start. There’s not gonna be any more secrets. I mean, if we truly plan on spending the rest of our lives with each other, we need to start on the right foot.

Esme: Okay. What did, um, you have in mind?

Spencer: Well, you’ll have to wait and see. But I can promise you this — I have something very, very special in store for you. Okay. I got to go.

Esme: Wait. Um… was there anything else you wanted to ask me?

Spencer: What do we have here?

Spencer: No, I think we got it all figured out.

Laura: I’m so glad we had a chance to catch up.

Martin: Aw.

Laura: I really missed you. Oh, my goodness. I forgot to ask. How’s Florence?

Martin: Oh, mama’s good. Well enough. I think she felt I was smothering her a little bit.

Laura: Eh, it’s the circle of life, isn’t it?

Martin: I guess.

Laura: Yeah. The child becomes the parent.

Martin: Well, one thing’s for sure, she was happy to see me get back to my life.

Laura: Mm. So can I assume that things are good with you and Lucy?

Martin: [ Chuckles ] Better than good. I’m gonna end up in the hospital. That woman is a sexual panther.

Laura: [ Laughs ] That’s a little too much information.

Martin: Well, it’s a good thing that Valentin has signed off on our relationship, gave us his blessing.

Laura: Not that you should have ever needed it.

Martin: Eh, well, it makes things that much easier. And it would have made our reunion that much sweeter, but, ugh.

Laura: It would have?

Martin: Mm-hmm.

Laura: What happened?

Martin: Well, we were made aware of what happened to Elizabeth at the hotel.

Chelsea: I don’t think you’re safe here. There’s a darkness in this house.

Elizabeth: Well, then it’s definitely not my husband. He — he loved me. He loved my boys. He only wanted us to be happy. Who else could it be? Are you getting any other clues?

Chelsea: The presence is speaking to me. It doesn’t go by their first name. Perhaps the middle name? Or last name?

Elizabeth: Robert Frank. Franco?!

Drew: Oh!

Carly: Shh!

Drew: God, I can’t believe you talked me into this.

Carly: Oh, my God, why did you turn on the lights?!

Drew: Well, because, if Michael or Willow or anyone catches us, it’s gonna be very hard to explain what you and I are doing in here alone in the dark.

Carly: Okay, you do not have to be a part of this. You don’t. If you don’t believe in this and you think what we’re doing is not for the greater good, now would be your time to bail.

Drew: Just be quick, please. Just be fast.

Carly: I’ll be right back. Okay.

Drew: Faster. Hurry.

Carly: Okay.

Drew: Yeah.

Sonny: First of all, Michael, I’m your father. You’re my son. You don’t give me orders.

Nina: Uh, I have been a little hard on Willow.

Willow: A little?

Nina: I apologize, Willow, for some of the things that I said. I prolonged the conversation more than I should.

Michael: I’m still waiting, dad. Here’s your chance to say that Nina was wrong. Nothing? Oh. I guess, uh, when Nina asked you for forgiveness for what she did in Nixon Falls, she, uh… she must’ve really begged. Huh?

Sonny: At least she had the courage to apologize. Unlike someone else I know.

Michael: [ Scoffs ] I got nothing to apologize for.

Sonny: Of course.

Michael: Let’s go, Willow.

Esme: I’m excited for the big surprise. You know I love a grand gesture, just like you love making them. It’s just one of the reasons why I love you.

Spencer: Yeah, me too.

Esme: Better than I thought. Don’t take anything at face value right now.

Spencer: Britt, can we meet? It is very important.

Laura: Jake and Aiden are staying with me and Kevin, and I wanted Elizabeth to stay with us too. But, uh, well, up until just a few days ago, she insisted on staying at her own house by herself.

Martin: Huh.

Laura: [ Sighs ] I’m really worried about her.

Martin: Well, it may not be a comfort, but Lucy gave Elizabeth the name of her medium.

Laura: Her medium?

Martin: Yeah. And according to Lucy, she read you once upon a time. Uh, Chelsea Lam.

Laura: Yes.

Martin: Yeah.

Laura: Yes.

Martin: According to Lucy, Elizabeth believes she’s being haunted.

Elizabeth: My late husband was born Robert Frank. He went by a variation of his last name, Franco. But he loved me. He loved our family. He would never want to hurt us.

Chelsea: I’m sensing this person was born out of trauma and pain. Someone who was abandoned by their family. Someone who finally found a real family in these walls. That someone doesn’t much like this new family being made here now.

Finn: What’s going on with the hand?

Nikolas: I’m fine, really. I just promised my mother I’d get it checked out.

Finn: Ah. Hey, look, this isn’t easy for me to say, but… I appreciate what you’re doing for Elizabeth.

Nikolas: What are you talking about?

Finn: What am I talking about? She’s staying at Wyndemere until we figure out who’s been breaking into her house.

Nikolas: I missed a call from Elizabeth earlier this afternoon, but we never touched base.

Elizabeth: Fortunately, Nikolas asked me to stay at Wyndemere. As for me, there’s no place more secure than Spoon Island.

Finn: If Elizabeth’s not at Wyndemere, where the hell is she?

Chelsea: This presence is being very clear. They don’t want this new family to be formed in this house.

Elizabeth: No. No, I refuse to believe that. The Franco I knew, the Franco I loved, would only want to see me happy. Is he here now? Can he hear me? Tell him I believe he’s here. Tell him I’m ready to listen.

Nina: I’m sorry that you and Michael got into it. I — I hate being the wedge between you two.

Sonny: Well, you know, there’s no way around it, right?

Nina: Yeah. You’re gonna have to go for the jugular. I mean, at the hearing. I know you’re gonna support Michael in the courtroom. Things are gonna get pretty tense in there.

Sonny: [ Chuckles ]

Nina: I wish things were simple, like they are at Charlie’s and at The Savoy. Remember the other night?

Sonny: Yeah.

Nina: But they’re not going to be, not for a while. Sonny, maybe we should keep our distance till this is all over. And then we can come back and decide what’s next. If anything is next.

Sonny: When that day comes… …save me a dance.

Carly: I got it.

Drew: Alright. Y-you didn’t touch it, did you?

Carly: No, I didn’t touch it. I used the bag to pick it up.

Michael: Let’s wind down after — mom, Drew, what are you doing here?

On the next “General Hospital” —

Willow (to Michael): Can you honestly say cutting him out of your life doesn’t hurt?

Laura (to Finn): Under these circumstances, I think you’re right to wonder.

Elizabeth (to Chelsea): Tell him I’m ready to listen.

Ryan: So how badly have you screwed things up?

Nina: Why didn’t you slam the door in my face?

Drew: I’d like to say this is my fault, but it’s all on Carly.

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