GH Transcript Friday, May 20, 2022

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Sonny: Don’t — don’t worry about that. Just do me a favor, will you?

Nina: Sonny, what are we doing here?

Sonny: What do you mean?

Carly: Mom, can you please stop glaring? Don’t give them the satisfaction.

Bobbie: Ugh, I hate the way Sonny is parading around with Nina. I mean, where is his sense of shame? He was actually holding her hand a minute ago.

Carly: Okay, if it doesn’t affect Donna, I don’t care.

Bobbie: Well, you know, you may be over it, but I’m not. I think it’s high time I gave them both a piece of my mind.

Finn: Hey, here’s your new place mat, here’s your crayons, and you can draw anything you want, okay? Listen, I have your new playlist right here. What do you think?

Violet: Daddy, I love this song.

Finn: Yeah? That’s great. I think she’s sufficiently distracted. I really don’t want to scare her.

Gregory: With talk of ghosts? Because Elizabeth thinks Franco is haunting her?

Finn: No. I think Violet was on to something. The only person present at every incident was Elizabeth.

Gregory: Yes, because someone is harassing her.

Finn: What if that someone is… Elizabeth herself?

Taggert: Well, I appreciate the invitation because I can certainly use the company.

Portia: So Trina’s Title IX report has got you worried, too, huh?

Taggert: Hell, yeah.

Portia: Do you think that it’s going to have any impact on Trina’s criminal trial?

Taggert: Well, there wouldn’t be a criminal trial in the first place if it wasn’t for our esteemed commissioner.

TJ: Look, you’ve already got our wallets and our phones. Isn’t that enough?

Thief: There must be something valuable in that case. Hand it over.

Marshall: Listen, just take it. Come on. Take it.

TJ: You’re not taking this.

Michael: Well, I hope you get this out of your system before you’re 16.

Wiley: Daddy, 16 is old.

Michael: Wow. Thanks, buddy.

Willow: [ Chuckles ]

Michael: Appreciate that. Hey, how you feeling?

Willow: Epiphany warned me that nursing school would be hard, but, wow, I am just exhausted.

Michael: Yeah, I’m glad you didn’t stick it out for Leo’s birthday party. I mean, you were missed, but there was plenty of people there to celebrate.

Willow: Did Leo have a good time?

Michael: He did, yeah. How are you? Were you able to get some some rest?

Willow: I tried to take a nap, but I just couldn’t fall sleep.

Wiley: Mommy, I could read you a bedtime story. That always makes me fall asleep.

Willow: Oh. You know what? How about Daddy and I read you a story since it’s way past your bedtime?

Michael: Actually, I was hoping to spend a little extra time with him tonight.

Willow: How about two bedtime stories and we all snuggle together? How does that sound?

Wiley: And a bedtime snack.

Willow: [ Laughs ]

Michael: Our son drives a hard bargain.

Willow: Deal.

Wiley: Yes!

Willow: [ Laughs ]

Carly: Please sit down. I told you, I don’t want to give them the satisfaction.

Bobbie: I am your mother, and I have the right to be indignant on your behalf.

Carly: I understand that, and I love you for it, but can we keep the indignation between us, please?

Bobbie: Okay, fine. But you better buckle up, ’cause I have something to say to you, and you’re not going to like it.

Sonny: We’re just two people trying to, you know, wipe out our troubles for a little while. Nothing wrong with that.

Nina: Definitely seems like Bobbie disagrees. And now that The Invader has reminded everyone, the whole world of my many transgressions, I’m sure there are plenty of people who have opinions about seeing us together.

Sonny: People can think all they want. They don’t — don’t know us. They don’t know what we’ve been through.

Nina: I don’t care about people. I care about you. But I can’t ignore the fact that I caused you a lot of trouble, Sonny, and it’s time that I do something about that.

Sonny: Like what?

Gregory: You think Elizabeth is stalking herself? That’s absurd.

Finn: I don’t know. It fits the facts. I mean, this person keeps getting to Elizabeth without leaving a trace — at her home, at the hospital, at her room at The Metro Court.

Gregory: There has to be another explanation.

Finn: I mean, of course, she would have access to her room at The Metro Court and her home and Franco’s art studio, which would explain how someone got in and out without getting caught. I mean, the only real hole in the theory is she wasn’t at home when the portrait was placed on the mantel. Then again, if I remember correctly, no one saw Elizabeth sleeping at G.H. that night. I mean… I mean, is it possible that she went home and placed the painting there herself?

Gregory: There’s an even bigger hole in your theory, and… [ Sighs ] You’ve told me so many times what a devoted and loving mom Elizabeth is to her three sons. Why would she torment herself, let alone her boys?

Cam: [ Sighs ] Mom?

Taggert: Jordan.

Jordan: Taggert. It’s good to see you… I think.

Taggert: What gives? The Jordan I knew was committed to justice being served.

Jordan: Hi, Portia.

Portia: Jordan.

Jordan: I can assure you my commitment to justice remains as strong as ever.

Taggert: Oh, yeah, really? Then why is my daughter still facing a trial when it’s obvious she’s being framed?

Jordan: You know I can’t comment on ongoing investigations.

Taggert: Oh, I am well aware of the evidence you have against Trina.

Jordan: You are?

Taggert:  I worked at the PCPD for a long time. I still got connections. What I don’t understand is why you are sitting on your hands, letting Trina take the fall instead of going and finding the real criminal.

[ Men grunting ]

Marshall: Ah! Ah!

TJ: Granddad!

Thief #1: You okay, man?

Thief #2: I’m fine. Hope that was worth dying for.

TJ: Marshall.

TJ: Grandpa, hey. Hey, it’s TJ. Can you hear me? Call 911.

Portia: Let’s give your former partner some credit. She knows who Trina is, just like we do.

Jordan: I’m still keeping my eye on Trina’s case, even though it’s now in the DA’s hands.

Taggert: Well, thank you for whatever you may or may not be doing.

Jordan: Then you may or may not be welcome.

Portia: Jordan, did you hear about the Title IX report that PCU released earlier today?

Jordan: I haven’t seen it yet, but I assume a copy went straight to the DA’s office.

Portia: Well, Trina received it, and she’s interpreting it as bad news. She’s concerned if she’s found responsible, she’s going to be expelled. Do you think that it makes it more likely for her to be found guilty in the criminal trial?

Carly: What am I not going to like?

Bobbie: You’re putting up a great front, but there’s no point in torturing yourself. Let’s leave.

Carly: No. I didn’t do anything wrong. I’m not going anywhere. Come on, would you have let Lucy Coe run you out of every club?

Bobbie: Honey, I’m not suggesting you leave a place every time you see Nina, but in this one instance, you don’t need the extra stress. You have nothing to prove.

Carly: You’re right. I don’t. I’m still not going anywhere.

Nina: So, the way I see it is you have been suffering the consequences of my bad choices. Sonny, you almost died saving me from a fire that Peter set. Then when you got your memory back, you came back to a family that moved on from you, a wife that married your best friend, and then your marriage ended, and now you have a feud with your son because of me. Me being here with you, it’s not a good idea. So, for once, I’m going to make it easy on you. Think about you and go.

Sonny: Okay, no, wait a minute. You can go if you want to go…

Nina: [ Sighs ]

Sonny: …But don’t do that on my account, because, for me… you being around… is not trouble.

Finn: You’re right, Dad. Elizabeth is an incredible mother.

Gregory: Then why would she create a situation where it didn’t feel safe to live with her kids?

Finn: She’s had trouble sleeping. Her doctor even gave her a prescription.

Gregory: Yeah, so?

Finn: People react differently. You know, sleep aids have made people do lots of things. Sleepwalking, for one. I mean, maybe that’s why she doesn’t remember any of these incidents. I have to go talk to Elizabeth. Can you look after Violet for a minute?

Gregory: Yeah, of course. But, Finn, I — I want you to be careful. If your theory is right and Elizabeth is responsible, whether consciously or unconsciously, that means she attacked Chase. Who knows what else she could be capable of?

Finn: Okay. Hey. Sweetheart, I’m so sorry. I, uh — I need to go take care of something.

Violet: But, Daddy, you didn’t have your dessert yet.

Finn: I know. Maybe you can bring me something to go. Okay? And I’m going to see you at home later.

Violet: Are you going to see Aunt Elizabeth?

Finn: Yes, I am.

Violet: Tell her I’m making her another drawing.

Finn: I will. I love you, sweetheart.

Violet: Bye.

Finn: Bye. Bye, Dad.

Cam: Yeah. Mom? It’s me. I’m home. Okay, Mom… you’re starting to freak me out a little bit. Are you okay? What are you — what are you doing?

Jordan: I have good news for Trina. The judge won’t even allow the Title IX report to be entered into evidence because it’s prejudicial.

Portia: Well, that’s good news.

Taggert: Nothing’s guaranteed.

Jordan: No, but you have to have faith.

Taggert: [Scoffs] Well, that’s in short supply these days.

Portia: You’ll have to forgive Taggert. He’s hurting right now. But he knows that you support Trina, and he’s very grateful. As am I. So do you want to join me? Have a seat? Have a drink? I mean, if you’re not on the clock.

Jordan: I am definitely off-duty.

Portia: Okay.

Jordan: I just came to blow off some steam.

Portia: By yourself? Wow.

Jordan: I know Curtis is out of town. I just don’t want any unsavory characters thinking they could take advantage.

Portia: Are you saying that Curtis’ business is being threatened?

Molly: My god. TJ, what happened? When you guys didn’t come to the club, I came looking for you, and I saw the lights.

TJ: We — we were… [ Breathes deeply ] We were cutting through an alley. Marshall said it was a back way to get into the club. And, all of a sudden, we were stopped by some muggers who had knives. And we gave them our phones, we gave them our wallets, and they got greedy. They wanted Marshall’s clarinet case.

Curtis: Wait. Wait, wait, wait. All of this because he didn’t want to let go of his clarinet case?

TJ: No, he did. It was — I know how important that clarinet is to him. So when I saw him handing over the case, I reached for it, and then we started struggling.

Curtis: Okay, T. Alright? You were brave. They’re taking him to New York Methodist.

TJ: Let’s go. Let’s go.

Finn: Cam, what’s going on?

Cameron: I don’t know. I-I came home a little while ago, and she was just cutting that paper, and she wouldn’t say anything. I don’t know what to do.

Finn: Hey. Elizabeth, it’s me. Can — can you hear me?

Cameron: What’s wrong with her? Why won’t she say anything?

Finn: It’s okay. Hey. Can you give me those scissors? Okay. No. No, no. It’s okay. I promise you no one’s going to hurt you, okay? No one’s going to hurt you. It’s okay.

Elizabeth: Finn?

Finn: Mm-hmm.

Elizabeth: What’s happening? Wait, I’m home? How did I get here?

Michael: Wiley went to sleep very early tonight.

Willow: I wonder why. Could it be that someone kept him up an hour past his bedtime, playing trucks?

Michael: Yeah, I know, I know. It’s best to get him on a regular routine. It’s just, I don’t know, we were having so much fun. It was… I felt bad calling it a night, because…

Willow: What if that all changes tomorrow? I am really stressed about the hearing. What reasonable grandmother wouldn’t want contact with her grandchild? And Nina is really good at convincing people that she’s reasonable.

Michael: You know, worrying ourselves into the ground isn’t going to do Wiley any good. Diane has repeatedly told me that we have a strong case.

Willow: But a strong case is not a slam dunk. What if you’re both wrong and Nina wins?

Sonny: Taggert, enjoying your night?

Taggert: Not even a little.

Sonny: I know what’s going on with Trina.

Taggert: My daughter had nothing to do with what happened with your stepdaughter.

Sonny: I know that.

Taggert: You do?

Sonny: Yeah. I mean, Joss just spends a lot of time with Trina, and I know that your daughter is a great person. She would never do what she’s being accused of.

Bobbie: If I want to have a conversation with you, should I start sending you texts?

Carly: Aw, sorry. I’m sorry. I’m just really distracted right now.

Bobbie: Okay, well, is this about those test results from G.H.? ‘Cause I thought you were going to forget about that till tomorrow morning.

Carly: Yeah.

Sonny: What — what are you — test results? Are you sick?

Carly: It’s nothing.

Sonny: Test results from G.H.? What are you…? Are you sick? What’s going on?

Bobbie: I think you two could use a minute, so I’ll be back.

Carly: Mom.

Sonny: Alright, does this have anything to do with when you were attacked by Harmony?

Carly: I appreciate your concern, but my life has nothing to do with you anymore.

Sonny: Yeah, but you’re Donna’s mother, so —

Carly: And if this affected her, I would tell you.

Sonny: Okay, you can’t brush this off that easy, ’cause I know when you’re hiding something.

Bobbie: Hey, Nina. Enjoying your evening?

Nina: Considering that the visitation hearing is tomorrow, Bobbie, it’s probably best if we don’t speak tonight.

Bobbie: If you listen to what I have to say, there won’t be a hearing tomorrow.

Willow: What if we are forced to let Nina see Wiley? She’s so — she’s so needy. She wants Wiley to love her. She wants him to console her over the loss of Nelle. It’s not really about Wiley at all. And I’m afraid of the lesson he might take from that, that his needs don’t matter. I know, as Wiley he grows up, he’ll have to handle challenges and deal with people who are out for themselves, but I want him to know that his family is always a place where he can feel loved and protected.

Michael: He will. We will block Nina’s petition, I promise.

Willow: When I found out about Harmony’s lies, it made me stop and reassess what family means. You and Wiley matter more to me than anything. I will always fight for you.

Michael: And I will be right by your side. No matter what Nina throws at us tomorrow, in the future, we are going to hit her back twice as hard.

Willow: Is it messed up that hearing you say that makes me love you even more?

Michael: No, no, no, not at all. Hearing how protective you are and wanting to keep our family safe, that makes me love you even more.

Willow: Seems we’re a perfect match.

Michael: 1,000%.

Jordan: I don’t think Curtis is in any trouble. I’m just being overly cautious.

Portia: I know you still care about Curtis.

Jordan: Oh, no, no, it’s not like that.

Portia: No, no, no, I didn’t mean it in that way. I just meant that you’re always going to be family to Curtis, and I respect that. I’m glad you have his back.

Jordan: Have you heard from him?

Portia: Well, he texted me when he got to Brooklyn, but I haven’t heard anything since.

Jordan: Yeah, I haven’t had any updates from TJ, either. I wonder if they found Marshall yet.

Portia: I just hope when they do, they are able to heal the wounds between Curtis and his dad.

TJ: This is on me, okay? I don’t know what I was thinking, grabbing for that case.

Molly: No, honey, you were being mugged. You were acting on instinct because you know how important that clarinet is to Marshall.

Curtis: TJ, you were incredibly brave. You were protecting his most prized possession. Trust me, you did right by Marshall. Doc, is my father okay?

Doctor: He lost a lot of blood, but he’s stable now. We’re going to take him for a CT scan and an MRI to rule out a traumatic brain injury. Before we do, is there anything about Marshall’s medical history that we should know? Any medications or any allergies?

Curtis: Um, I know that he was taking blood-pressure medication. I’m not sure which one or how much dosage.

TJ: Yeah, I don’t — I don’t know, either.

Curtis: Marshall just recently came back into our family, so we don’t know much about his medical history.

Doctor: Thanks.

TJ: There’s still so many things we don’t know about Marshall. I thought now that we found him, we would… we still have a chance, but what if he doesn’t wake up?

Curtis: TJ.

TJ: What?

Curtis: TJ, I know you’re a doctor, and your first impulse is to think worst-case scenario, but please do not allow yourself to go there, okay? We came all this way to find Marshall. We can’t just give up on him.

Violet: Did daddy leave because Aunt Elizabeth is in trouble?

Gregory: Your Aunt Elizabeth is going to be okay, and she wouldn’t want you to worry about her, and neither would your daddy, okay?

Violet: Okay.

Gregory: Okay. Are you going to show me your new drawing? Oh, that is beautiful.

Violet: It’s you, and me, and Aunt Elizabeth, and Daddy, and Uncle Chase at a tea party.

Gregory: [ Chuckles ]

Violet: Maybe Aunt Elizabeth will feel better if we throw her a tea party. That always makes me feel better.

Gregory: Eh, sometimes grown-up problems are a little more complicated than that.

Violet: I wish I never have grown-up problems.

Gregory: [ Chuckles ] Trust me, sweetheart, if I could keep you this age, I would.

Violet: Can I ask you something, Grandpa?

Gregory: Yeah. Anything.

Violet: Are you going to finish that brownie?

Finn: Hey, what’s the last thing you remember?

Elizabeth: I was lying down at Laura’s. Did Kevin and Laura bring me here?

Finn: Called over to Laura’s ’cause I wanted to come back and talk to you. I wanted to apologize to you, and, uh, Laura told me you had snuck out, so I came looking for you here first.

Elizabeth: I don’t remember any of that. Did — did you pick me up and drive me here?

Cam: No. I-I-I’ve been crashing at Ian’s dorm. I-I-I came back here to get my laptop, and I-I found you sitting here. I tried talking to you, but you kept on ignoring me like you were in a trance.

Elizabeth: What was I doing?

Cam: You were cutting up that — that picture.

Elizabeth: Violet gave this to me. Why would I destroy it? Why don’t I remember any of this?

Finn: Would you like to go back to Laura and Kevin’s, and we can talk about this in the morning?

Elizabeth: Finn… I don’t know why I came here or what I was doing. If you know what’s going on, you need to tell me.

Cam: Yeah, I agree with my mom. If you have any idea of what’s happening right now, we need to hear it.

Finn: I think that maybe the… person we’ve been looking for, the person responsible for intruding on your life… is you.

Cam: I’m sorry. You’re saying that my mom has been harassing my family? That’s just — that’s just not possible. She wouldn’t do that.

Finn: Cam, please. I’m sorry. I know how upsetting this is. I do. What you have to understand is, your mom, she wasn’t conscious of any of the things she was doing, alright? I think it was — it was a form of sleepwalking. It’s the only thing that explains how someone kept getting in and out without leaving any evidence. Your mom was present for almost every intrusion.

Elizabeth: No, no, no. It’s impossible. There’s no way I would just forget doing all of those things.

Finn: Just tonight, sweetheart, you lost track of time. You don’t remember leaving Laura’s. You don’t remember coming here. You don’t remember cutting up Violet’s drawing. And when Cam and I found you here, you wouldn’t respond to either one of us. Would you agree, Cam?

Cam: Yes, but — yes. I kept on trying to talk to you, but you ignored me like I wasn’t even there.

Finn: Let me ask you something. If Cam and I hadn’t found you and you’d come out of it on your own, what would you have thought had happened?

Elizabeth: I don’t know. I don’t know. If what you’re saying is true, then I’m the one who stashed my ring? I’m the one who slashed my dress that I wore when I married Franco? I put the portrait he did of me up here? How would I even get it? Did I set fire to Franco’s studio? Am I the one who hit Chase over the head? What’s happening to me?

Finn: It’s okay. It’s okay. [ Sighs ] It’s going to be okay.

TJ: I want to update my mom, but I don’t want to worry her until we have definitive answers.

Curtis: Um, TJ, did you and Marshall get to talk much before the mugging?

TJ: Yeah, he seemed reluctant to come back to Port Charles. He also said that he did you and my dad a favor when he left all those years ago.

Curtis: Yeah, well, he wasn’t the only one.

TJ: Wait, Uncle, you agree with him?

Curtis: Not me. My mom.

Molly: Curtis, how do you know that?

Curtis: Aunt Stella told me that she knew all along that Marshall was alive.

TJ: No way.

Curtis: According to Aunt Stella, it was Marshall’s idea to disappear from us after he was arrested. And the strange thing is, Mom agreed with it.

TJ: That doesn’t make any sense. Why?

Curtis: Aunt Stella said that that has to come from Marshall. Believe me, T, I had all the same questions and then some. Now we just got to hope that Marshall will tell us what he’s been hiding.

Nurse: Are you Marshall Ashford’s family?

Curtis: Yes. Is my father okay?

Taggert: Hey, I’m, uh, going to take off.

Portia: Oh, okay, Marcus. Um… we’re going to help Trina through this, no matter what comes her way.

Jordan: Taggert, Trina’s a fantastic young woman. I do not want to see her hurt. So are we good?

Taggert: You and me, we go way back, so — and you’ve certainly proved yourself to be true to my family. So whatever it is you’re doing, I trust you.

Jordan: I know Trina’s in a difficult situation, but she sure does have an amazing support system around her. Joss and Cam stood by her. And then, of course, there’s you, and Curtis and Taggert.

Portia: Taggert has always been such a devoted father.

Portia: I need to tell Trina the truth. The truth about her father.

Portia: Jordan? Something on your mind?

Jordan: You. And the things you said that day we were almost killed.

Carly: Whatever I’m doing, whatever tests I had run, you lost the right to know about it.

Sonny: Well, just because we’re divorced didn’t change the fact that we were partners for years, and if you’re sick or hurt, I want to know about it. Not just because of the kids, but because I care about you. I sent you a voicemail after you got attacked by Harmony. Did you get that?

Carly: I did. I’m sorry I didn’t respond.

Sonny: No, I know things are different, but, um, you know, I’ll always be here for you. You know that.

Carly: I’m not sick. I’m not hurt.

Sonny: Well, what’s this G.H. test results? Why is it so important?

Bobbie: Call off your petition before it blows up in your face.

Nina: I’m not discussing this with you, Bobbie. We’re going before a judge tomorrow.

Bobbie: Wait a minute. Do you — do you really think those articles in The Invader are going to be the end of it? Michael will keep coming for you.

Nina: Let him. Can’t say anything worse than he has already.

Bobbie: You know, I was the first one to see through Nelle. Did you know that? I pegged her as a gold-digging psycho the first time my daughter let her through the door. And now I see where she got it. Now, it’s true. You’re more polished than Nelle, but you’re just as entitled and just greedy about helping yourself to things that don’t belong to you — other people’s husbands, other people’s children.

Nina: You’re hardly Mother Teresa yourself, Bobbie. I know all about your messy, sordid past, all the way back to when you manipulated Laura and Scott ’cause you wanted Scott for yourself. And let’s not forget about all the people you lied to. Oh, and this little nugget — all the husbands that you cheated on.

Bobbie: I haven’t wrecked any homes lately, unlike you, who helped yourself to Sonny. Not that you care what it did to Carly. But what about Avery and Donna? You don’t care about two little girls who lost their family. Oh, no, no. You’d rather walk around and wring your hands over Nelle and make excuses for her laundry list of crimes.

Nina: Yeah, I was robbed of the chance to help my daughter, to help Nelle. But you got a second chance with your daughter, didn’t you? Still, Carly turned out to be every bit as twisted as her prostitute mother. Oh, you didn’t think I knew about that part of your shady past? Yeah, fortunately for me, Scott likes to talk.

Bobbie: If I were younger, I’d toss a pitcher of margaritas all over you.

Nina: Oh, but now you’re older and wiser.

Bobbie: Young at heart. Only a bit wiser.

Nina: [ Gasps ]

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Jordan: Memory’s a funny thing, isn’t it? I hadn’t thought about our near-death experience in ages, but then, all of a sudden, I’m hearing your voice talking about telling Trina the truth about her father.

Portia: Well, personally, I like to keep close encounters with death locked deep in my psyche. [ Chuckles ] But thank you for the reminder.

Jordan: I’ll keep my mouth shut next time. Though, I have to wonder, did you ever tell Trina whatever you thought she should know about Taggert?

Portia: I just know that I was deprived of oxygen, as were you, and I clearly wasn’t thinking straight. And, of course, any conversation that I would have with Trina about her father, he would be included.

Jordan: That makes sense. Just don’t keep it inside forever. We only need to look at Marshall to see how secrets within families can fester.

Portia: I still think there’s time for Curtis and Marshall to make things right.

Jordan: If they give themselves that chance.

Portia: Curtis will. He always does what’s right by his family.

Nurse: We’re bringing Mr. Ashford back from his tests. These are his effects.

Curtis: I’ll take these. Is it possible for us to go see Marshall?

Nurse: He can only have one visitor at a time.

TJ: You go, Uncle Curtis.

Curtis: Thanks, T.

TJ: Marshall’s clarinet. Oh, no, it must still be in the alley. I have to go back to get it.

Molly: No. Hey, no, you don’t. Look. I, um — I scooped these up, even though some of the pieces have been damaged a little bit.

TJ: Now we just need Marshall to wake up.

[ Monitor beeping ]

Curtis: [ Sighs ] [ Sighs ]

Violet: Will you keep this safe for me?

Gregory: I’ll guard it with my life.

Violet: If it makes you feel better, you can hold my hand.

Elizabeth: Why am I doing these horrible things? What’s wrong with me?

Finn: I don’t know. But I promise you, we’re going to find out.

Willow: You’re really not worried about Nina’s visitation hearing tomorrow?

Michael: I mean, of course I am. [ Sighs ] Just knowing that we have each other, we’ll find a way to make everything okay.

Willow: I love you.

Michael: And I love you.

Nina: You’re going to pay for this, Bobbie. And I’ll tell you when — you’re going to pay tomorrow, when I get legal visitation rights with Wiley.

Sonny: Okay, hey, hey, hey, hey hey, hey.

Carly: Come on, Mom. Back off. Back off.

Sonny: Come here. Come here.

Carly: Let’s go, Mom.

Sonny: Okay. That’s enough.

Nina: [ Sighs ] Thank you.

Sonny: What happened?

Nina: Well, let’s just say it was a painful reminder of how important it is that I am granted legal visitation rights with Wiley.

Carly: Are you okay?

Bobbie: Oh, yeah. You know, I knew I should be the bigger person, but I just couldn’t stop myself.

Carly: [ Chuckles ] Way to go, Mom.

Bobbie: [ Chuckles ] Oh, I’m surprised you’re not mad at me.

Carly: Are you kidding? I loved it. That is the least of what Nina deserves.

Bobbie: I hope you give her hell tomorrow at the hearing.

Carly: I intend to.

On the next “General Hospital” —

TJ (to Curtis): I found something I wasn’t expecting.

Brook Lynn: I don’t see a way out of this.

Finn (to Chase): I think I know who’s been harassing Elizabeth.

Elizabeth: Am I losing my mind?

Britt:  There’s nothing else to fix this situation.

Nina (to Maxie): I have a few punches I can throw myself.

Dante (to Sonny): Think about that before you get on the stand on Nina’s behalf.

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