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uncle sonny, I hate that I’m putting everyone through this again. But I asked for help to get out of spring ridge so that I could visit my mother’s grave. I — I can’t repay that favor by naming names. That’s your call, but you got to understand something — the da is not gonna appreciate a teenager who, you know, got through prison security. They’re gonna want answers, atonement. Right. Right. 30 days at pentonville. Great. Or longer. What, you’re saying that they’re gonna throw the book at me? I’m not saying that you’re re-serving your sentence for what you did to ava. I’m saying that this is about you busting through custody. That’s a whole other crime. So what are you gonna do? Are you gonna be the state’s sacrificial lamb? Or are you gonna sacrifice someone else? Okay, it’s now or never. Are you ready? Are you? Look, baby, we don’t have to do this if you’re having any doubts. Is there any other way to let the jury know that esme bought that phone from oz haggerty? No, there isn’T. Then let’s do this. One mango mule mocktail, ma’am. Thank you. Mm-hmm. Such perfect weather today. I hope it stays like this all summer. Let’s hope I can enjoy it for more than an hour a day. Is that a prison joke? Was it funny? Okay, this isn’t working, is it? Don’t get me wrong. I know I should not be spending every waking moment dreading this verdict. And I really appreciate you trying to distract me, but — but I’m failing miserably, aren’t I? Yeah. But don’t let me stop you from having a good… …time. Sorry! I thought I would be more fashionably late than this.

[ Chuckles ] Come on. I was treating spinelli to a pedicure. Oh, should I be jealous? Of me or spinelli? Uh, why would i be jealous of you? What’s there to be jealous of at all? Yes, spinelli and i have a child and a history and an eternally abiding friendship, but romantically, I’m with you. And I’m happy where I am. That’s nice to hear. Thank you.

[ Chuckles ] This is where you return the compliment. You’ll do.

[ Gasps ] I’m just kidding. My goodness.

[ Chuckles ] Me and ms. Jones, we got a thing going on.

[ Gasps ] Wait till you see what I have on underneath this. Oh, lucy. Why wait? Let’s get out of here, hmm? Mmm. Come on. Mmph. Come on. Mnh. Oh. I love your spontaneity and all your enthusiasm, but I haven’t eaten. Could we just get a little bite to eat? I’m starving. About that — why don’t we forgo the wings, as finger-lickin’ as they may be, and feast on mofongo in the dominican republic? Or poutine in toronto? You can show me your unmentionables at 10,000 feet. Wow. What has gotten into you? I like it, but I have to admit, I’m a tad bit suspicious. Lucy, I have to leave town, and I want you to come with me. Make sure to check the badges of all medical personnel with access. Curtis. Portia. I was looking for you. Hey, jordan. Uh, did you, um, find out anything new about what we had talked about? Okay, you can stop now, curtis. I know why you’re both here, and I won’t allow it.

Why do you have to leave town? Well, it’s nothing, really. It’s just a pressing matter out of town that I could take care of from anywhere, and I thought my lovely lady might like to be with me wherever I am when I do the thing that I’d rather not do here.

[ Chuckles ] I’m being coerced. What? But — okay. By whom? By anna devane. Anna d– what? Are you in possession of some sort of state secrets or something? Come on. Listen, when I wrote my guide to port charles, I noted that, you know, anna really can’t be too judgy about those. I’m serious. She wants me to break attorney/client privilege. Oh, is that all? What do you mean, “is that all?” Well, that’s nothing. I have the perfect solution. Which is? You tell her no. Ta-da. Problem solved. Do you, of all people, not understand how coercion works? See also extortion, blackmail, putting the screws to. Yes, I know how coercion works. And if I’ve learned anything from being a “coercee,” it’s that literally the truth shall set you free. Not this time.

[ Sighs ] Okay. Whatever anna has on you can’t be that bad that you can’t just be a phoenix and rise from the wreckage above your life. I don’t want to rise from the wreckage. But that’s what wreckage is for. I don’t want anything to do with wreckage. Okay, fine. What is it that anna really has on you? It’s a little economic subterfuge concerning my ex-wives. All of them? Yes, all of them. And believe you me, one on one, they’re bad enough. As a group, they make medea look like betty rubble. Wow. I can see why you married them. Well, if anna rats me out, I will be raked over the coals, emotionally and financially. Okay, here’s what we’re going to do. You, sir, are not going to back down. You’re going to simply tell your ex-wives and anna that you are your own man — that you are noble and steadfast like a mountain, and you are not going to back down, ever. Now, which client does anna want dirt on? Valentin. I’ll help you pack. So, um, tell me, how is my self-proclaimed arch-nemesis? Smitten, apparently. Yeah, no kidding. You knew about britt? About britt — britt westbourne? No. No, I didn’t — no way. Really? Who did you think I was talking about? Well, I mean, from his behavior, I knew that spinelli had it bad for somebody, but, no, I never figured it was britt. Well, what do you mean? Well, I mean, britt’s great, but I’ve just never seen him look at her like that. Well, maybe you just don’t know him well enough to see it. Right. Uh, forget it. This is a waste of our valuable time together. And we are here to discuss a plan that will probably fail to get georgie to stop hating me. Georgie does not hate you. Okay, so the last time I talked to your daughter, she asked me, “do you know what happens to matter when it’s consumed by a black hole?” She is her father’s daughter. And I said, “no, I don’t know. Nobody knows.” And she said, “want to find out?” And also her mother’S. Help me. [ Chuckles ] I mean, kids love me, right? James loves me, bailey loves me. That sweet little leo, he goes out of his way to try and spend time with me. And I — with georgie, I just… I don’t get it. What did I do? Nothing. Nothing at all. She just needs to spend time with you. Which is why our impending weekend getaway is perfect, and you said you found a place, right? I did. “Family fun time.”

[ Clap hands ] It’s got a lazy river and — and a waterslide, and georgie’ll love that because she’s — she loves swimming, and it’s got the biggest ball pit on the east coast. I think james might like that. Yeah, yeah. I — I love this. Um, are you ready? Well, yeah. I mean, I think from a bacterial standpoint, the ball pit, we’ll have to sanitize. No, no, no, no. I-I wasn’t asking if you were ready for biological ball pit warfare. I, uh… I guess I’m asking if… you are ready for a family. You want to talk to this patient the moment he wakes up, but that hasn’t happened yet, and there’s no telling when or even if it will. I’ve assigned officer cabrera, and he will notify you the moment mr. Haggerty opens his eyes. And we really appreciate that, jordan, we do. Yeah. I mean, we know your inquiry was off the record. Um, we’re definitely not trying to get you in trouble. You know what? I-I have the discretion to assign manpower here at the hospital as I see fit, and, uh, since mr. Haggerty is believed to be the victim of a crime and the perpetrator has yet to be caught, I can more than justify extra security for him. Yeah. And — and, rory, I appreciate you being here, man, but I’d be more than happy to keep watch. And I can help. I-I-I can help monitor the patient. Oz haggerty may be able to exonerate trina. The person who drugged him may try again, so why don’t you want him protected? Who’s the hottie? You know him? I do. How, exactly? Joss. Dex. About yesterday… uh, forget about it. I’d like to. Will you? Uh, forget about what? There is only one person responsible for me escaping from spring ridge, and that’s me. Now I have to hope that, whether it’s 30 days or 365, the people who I care about will be there waiting for me when I get out, and either way, I’m gonna deal with it. Atta boy. And I appreciate the survival tips and the protection. Thank you. Anything within my means. No, I’m serious. It’s big of you, considering I called you out for intimidating esme.

[ Chuckling ] You gave quite a performance. No, I mean, it was like — I thought you were out of your mind for a second. Yeah, you’re not the only one. I know that there are people who I hurt and pushed away while I was trying to trap esme, and I have a lot of amends to make as a result, so… as far as we go, we’re good. I appreciate that. You’ve always stood by me. We’re family. We are. Which is why I’m hoping you’ll do one more thing for me.

It’s just that spending a few hours with my kids, that’s one thing. But playing family for an entire weekend, that’s a commitment. And I understand if you’re not ready to take that on yet. Maxie, look, family has always been a complicated concept for me. I know. But I know how important your family is to you, and I would love a chance to see if I fit into it somehow.

[ Cellphone ringing ] I — I gotta take this. B.R.B. Can I get you something to drink or are you ready to order? Um, you know what? I’m not sure and I don’t what my date wants, but — oh, we can ask him. What do you want to order? Uh, yeah, about that. I can’t stay. I… you think maybe you could give us a second? Okay. Is it a work thing? Uh, ish. That was my property manager in pautuck. There’s been an incident at one of the cabins, and I need to head up there. How bad is it that the property manager can’t handle it? I don’t know. That’s what I aim to find out. Okay. All right, then, we’ll take a rain check on lunch. Yeah, it’s not just lunch. I’ll probably be gone for a couple of days. Wait a second. Are you saying you’re canceling the weekend with my kids? Wait, wait, so y-you agree with me? We should just get out of port charles till this whole thing blows over. Well, you really can’t betray valentin. He will unleash holy hell. Are you kidding? Knowing valentin, he’d find a way to get me to represent him in a case against myself.

[ Scoffs ] Okay, well, what would happen if anna tells your ex-wives what she knows? What’s worse than holy hell? Ex-wives with really good lawyers? Okay. Okay. So tell me about this financial subterfuge. Is it like these offshore accounts somewhere? No, no, no, it’s nothing like that. It’s not — there’s no stash in the cayman islands, it’s just most of the money’s been spent taking care of my mother. I just felt that my earnings should benefit the only woman who’s ever really cared about me. Excuse me. Not the only woman. So you don’t hate me? No, I don’t hate you. Please. I — I, in fact, have done far worse. Far, far, far, far worse. You know, somewhere in the middle, that stopped making me feel better. Yeah, well, and it wasn’t for the benefit of a beloved, aging parent either. Alright, so we’re agreed. Whither shall we go, beach or mountains? Hey, anywhere with you would be absolutely divine, but I — I can’t come along. There’s too much to do with deception, and I’m afraid you’re going to be on your own, and you’ll have to wait to see my unmentionables. I wasn’t able to help trina, but maybe you can. What do you have in mind? If anyone can exonerate trina, it’s esme. Now, I took my best shot and I missed, but I know that you will do better. I’m not sure what you’re asking me. Nothing illegal. Look, my dad said that she took off. I’m just hoping that you can use your considerable resources to bring her back. That’s it. Ava mentioned esme. She was kind of vague. What I can do is I can go find esme and bring her back, but it seems to me that she’s long gone. Uncle sonny, trina’s jury could come back with a guilty verdict any time now. You may be her last chance. You’re facing a stint in maximum security, and your priority is trina? Yeah. She’s my friend. Whether she considers me one or not. Let me make you feel more comfortable. I am doing everything I can for trina. You are? Can you tell me what? You gotta focus on yourself.

[ Sighs ] And — and don’t forget… …head down, mouth shut.

[ Door opens ]

[ Door closes ] Hi. I’m trina. Trina robinson. Oh, you’ve heard of me. Great. Only good things. Thanks. Clearly, you’re not a news junkie. [ Laughs ] But, uh, quick, tell me your name before joss blurts it out. I’m dex heller. It’s a pleasure to meet you, trina. Nice to meet you, too. Well, I just came by to say hi. I’ll let you get back to it. Well, he seems nice enough. I don’t know what he seems. So, how do you…?

[ Sighs ] He works for sonny. Ah. Well, in that case, why is he asking to forget about what happened yesterday? And what did happen yesterday? There’s something I think you should know. Of course we want mr. Haggerty protected. And who better to do that — than rory? I’m sorry, officer cabrera. Look, I’m really sorry that I’m a little bit…

[ Stammers ] I-I just — I really haven’t been sleeping that well. I — and the jury’s been deliberating, all that. Yeah, and it’s the uncertainty of everything —

is to ensure that mr. Haggerty can testify on the record. So I want to thank you, jordan. I really do. A-and you too, rory. Happy to help, dr. Robinson. Officer cabrera, I need to have a word with dr. Robinson and mr. Ashford. I’ll be right back. Um… commissioner, did we do something wrong? Not that I’m aware of. I wanted to speak to you privately because I tried to call esme in for questioning. Unfortunately, it seems she’s nowhere to be found. Esme skipped town? It’s hard to say, but I thought you two should know. Even if mr. Haggerty wakes up and points fingers at esme as the perp, it may prove challenging to bring her to justice. Okay. Let’s just focus on one problem at a time. Okay? If oz haggerty officially names another person of interest, I mean, that still looks good for trina. Yes. Assuming he wakes up. In the meantime [Sighs] Do something with yourself. Go somewhere else. At least leave the building and get some fresh air and some sunshine. Oz haggerty is in good hands. Officer cabrera will make sure that nobody gets past him.

Whatever this is, I’m really hopeful that it’ll be over and done and then I can get back here for our weekend plan. Okay. I’m glad to hear that. But if for some reason you get held up, I can always bring the kids to pautuck. No, you don’t need to do that. Or not. Is there something you don’t want me to see in pautuck, or do you not want pautuck to see me? No, I just don’t want — you don’t need to make that drive. It’s not that far. Okay, look, I don’t know how long whatever this is is going to take, but don’t waste your time. Okay, well, it’s true that my past experience in your town is somewhat checkered. I would really like to get to know the pautuck that you love. And I would love for us to do that some other time when — when I’m not distracted by other people’s problems. So what you’re saying is… that I want to be distracted by our problems. Maxie, yeah, I don’t — I don’t want to let you down. Okay. Well, the only way you could let me down is if you weren’t honest with me. So I need you to tell me, austin — what’s this spur-of-the-moment trip really about? I never thought I’d be disappointed to hear that esme skipped town. Where do you think she ran off to? Europe, maybe? It’s possible. It’s also possible that she’s still in town and not as friendless as we thought. Well, if she’s hiding, she’s not confessing. Um, well, you know what? Getting esme to confess was a long shot anyway. Let’s face it — esme’s disappearance doesn’t have a direct effect on the case. Right now, there’s only one thing that I can think of that’s going to make a damn bit of difference. Yeah. And he’s being guarded right now. But rory, he has to take a break eventually, though, right? Something like that? Yeah, and he’ll likely be replaced by another officer. Look, jordan is incredibly thorough, so that room is never going to go unguarded. Well, then maybe we could — we could — we could come up with some sort of distraction. Without tipping rory off? An outside distraction, then. We don’t need any other outside involvement. Well, there’s got to be some way that I can get around rory and into that room. Because if there isn’t, I don’t know what else I can do. Did, um… josslyn tell trina who you met with yesterday? I don’t think so. Otherwise, trina would have reacted, but there’s no telling whether joss’ll say something down the line. I tried to feel her out, but she shut me down. That’s josslyn. That’s why I figured you might want to handle it. Yeah, you figured right. I’ve run into dex a couple of times. Where? Around. Here’s a thought — you and rory. That’s rather a nice thought. Say more. What’s there to say? You two just hung out again. Say that. Tell me everything. Well, he brought me here to the pool after dark. Yes, I know. How? Wait, you helped him? Yes. Well, my mom may no longer be an owner, but the staff is still loyal to her and so is one of the other owners, so when I called, they were very receptive. I was wondering how rory pulled it off. Well, did you at least have a good time? We did. I think the best part was that… I didn’t have to second-guess everything that came out of his mouth, unlike spencer. Oh. Did you tell cam about spencer’s testimony? We talked about it. And did he think it was crazy that spencer tried to do a 180 and give me an alibi? Sonny: Hey, trina. It’s great to see you having a good afternoon. I just — I just wanted you to know that, uh…there are people who are pulling for you.

Told you, there’s an incidentin one of my cabins. What kind of incident? I-I don’t know. I mean, I don’t have all of the details. But when I get them, I’ll bore you with every last one. Hm. Maxie. Trust me, leaving is the last thing I want to do. Oh, hello, hello, hello, hello. Hi. Hi. Hey, goodbye, goodbye. Goodbye, goodbye. Um, I can’t stay. I’m really sorry. But you two have fun, okay? And I’ll call you. Okay. Goodbye. Hm. Where goeth the good doctor? Pautuck. What? Ew. Why? I have no idea. Okay, how long is he gone for? A couple of days, or so he says. Hmm. Alrighty, then. I think I sense a bit of annoyance, which I can empathize with, because I just said a rather abrupt farewell for now to martin. What? Did you guys break up? No, no, no, no, no. It’s nothing like that. It’s just — isn’t it kind of weird, this mass exodus of the men of port charles? Well, why are they so secretive about it? Oh, well, actually, martin did, uh, let me in on the reasons for his departure. I gather austin did not.

[ Scoffs ] Thank you. No problem. So, spencer, how are port charles’ finest treating you? Well, I don’t mean to brag, but I did get an extra blanket last night, had lunch from kelly’s, and I’m allowed visitors. Oh. So being the mayor’s grandson has its privileges? Well, I’m not sure that I’d give it a five-star review, but, yeah, the pcpd is a decent budget option for travelers passing through. I’m glad to see you still have your sense of humor. The question is, how much longer am I going to need it? 30 days? Longer? Well, that is up to you. I had myself a little conversation with D.A. Scorpio. You name your accomplices, you’re looking at ten days at spring ridge. And if I don’t? Three months, pentonville. Three very long, very difficult months. It could be worse. It will be, believe me. Pentonville will not be a good place for you, for many reasons. Most obviously, your physical safety. I know the risks. Mm-hmm. And you think because you’re sonny corinthos’ nephew, you’ll be protected. Well… you better hope you’re right. Meantime, I hope you take this deal. Come on, spencer. I had to pull a rabbit out of a hat for this. Ten days of spring ridge is practically a vacation. And I appreciate that. Then why the hesitation? You don’t want to take your physical safety into consideration? Think about your family, their emotional wellbeing. My family will be fine, thank you. Why put them through it in the first place? Especially your grandmother. We both know what laura would want you to do. Jordan: Anything to report? Quiet so far, commissioner. Here’s hoping it stays that way. I’m ready if it doesn’T. That’s what I want to hear. I did want to speak with you about something. Yes, ma’am. A.D.A. Arden notified me that you were a spectator at trina robinson’s trial. It was my day off. It’s clear from your interaction with curtis and portia that you’ve become familiar with trina’s family and trina herself. Yes, ma’am. The patient in this room is a key witness in trina’s case. I could have picked any other police officer, but I hand-picked you because I trust you. Thank you, commissioner. Don’t thank me yet. I need to know, is an assignment connected to trina going to be a problem for you? Sonny: Dex, can you come here for a second? Would you do me a favor and, uh, get trina a drink, lunch, whatever she wants, on me? Uh, thanks, mr. Corinthos, but, um, I’m not hungry. Okay, well, if you change your mind, you can talk to dex because he’s going to be looking after you while I, uh — I talk to josslyn. Hi, josslyn. You got a minute? Um, I just — I don’t want you to concern yourself with dex’s errand yesterday. Oh, you mean the whole jury-tampering thing? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Why? So I don’t get you in trouble? Why would I want to save you? Well, I-I know you wouldn’t want to save me, but I think you want to save trina, right? Everything’ll be okay. We just need to take a step back and recalibrate. Hmm, no. No, no, no.

We don’T.

I do. I have a legit reason for going in and out of that room, but you don’T. I think that it’s best that I not get you involved. I-I need to do this on my own. W-we’ve gone through this before. I told you, I have your back. And I love you for that. But if rory wasn’t involved and jordan wasn’t popping up around every damn corner, it’d be a different situation, but that’s not what’s happening. We’re talking about injecting another doctor’s patient with drugs, to reverse a medically induced coma in a fraction of the time that it reasonably should be done. And now, on top of all of that, your ex-wife is involved. What does jordan being my ex-wife have to do with anything? Honey, she knows you, she knows your ways, and I’m fairly positive she already thinks we’re up to something. So at this point, I just — I think that it’s best if I do this on my own. How you gonna do that? Because I’m a doctor, and rory will not stop me from walking right past him and into that room. And before anybody has time to even question me, I’ll have administered the reversal agents, and oz haggerty will be awake. Or dead.

Are you playing the grandmother card? Is this about keeping me out of prison or keeping you from facing her wrath? Well, why should I have to choose? I mean, yes, I am laura’s brother, and as such, I have to answer to her, too. If I knowingly allow you to imperil your life, mine is in, well, even more jeopardy than it already is. Then you can remind my grandmother of the promise that I made to her before she left, which is that I would try my hardest to live up to her expectations. Oh, well, call it a hunch, but I don’t think your grandmother expected maximum security to be part of the deal. Come on, spencer. You honestly think taking the fall all by yourself is going to afford you some kind of redemption? I’ve rarely been held accountable for the things that I’ve done in life. So now I’m taking responsibility and I’m being a man. By taking the fall for somebody else — covering for a man that your grandmother both despises and distrusts. Don’t look at me like that. It wasn’t that hard to figure out. Laura already told me that it was victor who had somebody on the inside at spring ridge. My great-uncle is trying to get me to narc on my other great-uncle? This is something straight out of greek mythology, martin. Greek mythology, huh? So be it, apollo. What exactly is it going to take to get you to flip on your great-uncle hades? I know that there’s a thousand different ways that this could go wrong. Starting with rory. If he clocks you, it’ll be obvious that you’re responsible for administering the shot. Only if he finds out. What if he does? Then I will get caught. Which means goodbye job, goodbye good reputation, medical license, goodbye career. But the reward will be worth the risk.

[ Scoffs ] If oz regains consciousness and exonerates trina, then I-it’ll all have been worth it.

[ Knock on door ] Um, c-come in. Hey. The nurses’ station is all abuzz. We’re kind of in the middle of something right now. I-is this important? I don’t know. There’s a uniformed police officer stationed outside an icu room. Is that important? You tell me. The patient is a potential witness of a crime that’s under investigation. Right. G-got you. Wow. Yeah. Thank you. Okay, so the next time I can’t find britt or terry, I know who to come to for answers.

[ Chuckles ] You two okay? It seems a little edgy in here. Family issue. Mm. Oh, right, the trial. Oh. Forgive me. I’m sorry. I guess I was just distracted by the police presence. Yeah, we’ve had the same thing on our mind. Well, I sincerely hope that everything goes your way. Sorry to interrupt. It’s getting dicey. Now, not just jordan and rory’s eyes are on us, but austin’S. Everyone’s eyes are on that room. Do you get the feeling our timing is off? Yeah, but if not now, then when?

[ Sighs ]

[ Cellphone ringing ] It’s diane. Hello? H-hi, diane. Hello. Oh. Yeah. Thank you. Um, thank you for letting me know. What is it? Diane tried to get a hold of trina, but I guess she’s getting her voicemail. Um… diane’s not sure, but she thinks the jury is close to a verdict. I know I’m not your favorite person these days, but would you hurt trina to get back at me? I will never forgive you for what you did to my mother, but I’m grateful for what you did for my friend. So you and joss are friends? Uh, is that what she said?

[ Cellphone chimes ] Oh, hold on. I just got a message.

If I’m apollo and uncle victor is hades, that makes you poseidon. Well, look at you. Off the top of your head and everything. Makes me proud. I am greek. Even so, this greek god has got a ferry to catch, so, uh, what’s it going to be, nephew? No deal.

[ Sighs ] I was afraid you’d say that. Very well. Sign here. You report to pentonville in two weeks. And by the way, you need a little more help thinking this through, I could always call your daddy. Or laura. I do not need my family weighing in on this, and that includes you. Right now, you are not my great-uncle martin, you are my lawyer, and as your client, I am telling you that my mind is made up. Maybe I’m overreacting. Hmm, maybe. But maybe it’s your attempt to downplay a potential red flag in someone heretofore was really red-flag-free, and that’s causing you emotional and spiritual dissonance. But truthfully, that’s just for you to say, not me. Excuse me. Mm-hmm. It’s just that in the middle of planning a weekend getaway with my kids, austin suddenly gets a phone call from pautuck and has to flee? What could be so important that he would blow us off? Okay, so you don’t really buy his reason? He didn’t give me one! And the timing? It’s too convenient. What if he didn’t really get a phone call from pautuck? What if austin is having second thoughts about our relationship? Mason, come on, man. I — you got to stop. Stop hassling me. I just stopped off at work. Can you stop? Fine. Y– I — you win. You all win. I’ll drop everything. Tell her I’m on my way. No need to stick around, commish. I got it from here. And I want to believe you, officer cabrera, but you haven’t answered my question. Can you put your badge above your feelings for trina robinson? Sorry to interrupt, but I think your friend needs you. Oh. Thanks. What’s going down? Word is the jury’s coming back soon. Alright. We’re about to find out how strong your powers of persuasion are. Hey. What is it? Diane thinks there might be a verdict today.

[ Gasps ] Did she say if it was good or bad? It doesn’t matter. Diane did an excellent job establishing reasonable doubt. The jury will do the right thing. And what if they don’t? Then we appeal. And in the meantime, I’m in prison, not on house arrest. I-I just — what? I thought I had more time. Curtis: Hold on, I don’t understand. Either the jury is back or it’s not. And what makes diane so sure that they’ll be back with a verdict so soon? Well, apparently, diane has contacted the courthouse and the jury has decided to work through lunch and not order dinner. Okay. Well, then they will be back. You know, I was going to suggest that we sleep on this, but… we don’t have time to wait any longer. If we want to save trina from going to prison, I have to wake oz up right now.

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