General Hospital Transcript
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[ Relaxing music plays ]
[ Exhales sharply ] Ooh.
[ Breathes sharply ] I’m telling you, I think it’s a really strong —
[ Grunting softly ] Now, that is some hot yoga.
[ Playing mid-tempo music ] Ugh! That’s not right.
[ Clears throat ] Ugh! Why is this so hard?! Don’t do it. Do not call chase. You got this.
[ Discordant notes play ] Ohh!
[ Singsong voice ] Sounding pretty good in here. Ha ha. What are you doing in the main house? I found leo in the barn with thor. Huh? The — the new foal. Oh. Got it. Yeah. He was, uh —
[ Chuckles ] He had a blanket and everything. He was all ready to sleep in the stables. That’s cute. Yeah. It was. It was cute.
[ Laughs ] But I figured I should probably get the kid to bed. And, uh, plus, I found these in the kitchen on the way in.
[ Crunches ] Hmm. They’re a little dry.
[ Crunching ] Don’t tell mama q I said that, though. You’re supposed to dip them into coffee. Or wine, in the old country. They’re supposed to be dry. Wine? That’s — that’s a good tip.
[ Chuckles ] So, whatcha doing? Just working on a new love song for chase and blaze.
[ Clears throat ] Not going so well? At the moment, I am singing the blues. Nina is willow’s birth mother? Yes. And she could be a perfect match. I’ve got to call michael and willow. No, no, w-willow already has a match. She does? Yeah, I wa– I was — I was there when — when they got the call. The — the — the donor registry came through. Oh, thank god!
[ Breathes deeply ] Can we just back up for a second, please? You did a dna teston nina and willow and… …you said it came back negative. That’s what I told you. The results were actually positive. So you lied to me. Again. Before you say anything, I have a few things to say about the way I choose to live my life and how it’s none of your damn business. Josslyn, I didn’t ask you over here to lecture you about your life. You didn’t? Look, I know michael must be going through a hard time right now. I’m sure that you are, too. I just wanted to see if you can make michael understand that, if him and willow need anything, I’m here. I just — I d– I don’t want his pride to stand in the way if he needs help. Help with what? This is not a good time, nina. I understand that, michael, and I know you don’t want me here, so I will make it quick. I need to talk about my grandson. You remember the visitation hearing, the one you forced us to have? Yeah, the court ruled that you have no right to see wiley. Yes. You found a way to shut me out of wiley’s life, for the unforgivable crime of me wanting wiley to know about his biological mother. Do not drag up nelle. Yeah, because I can’t even speak her name because wiley must believe that willow is his one and only mother. And now she put her life at risk so you, michael, can have another baby. Where does that leave wiley if willow dies?
[ Coughing/sneezing ]
[ Door knocking ] Dude, you coming?
Hey. Are you coming or going? I’m sorry? Um, are you about to take class or did you just finish?
[ Laughs ] We just got here. How’ve you been? Good. You? Oh, sasha is great and deserves congratulations. -[ L aughs ] -Oh, yeah? Yeah. We — we have a buyer for brando’s garage. -That’s amazing. -Mm. Gladys, we haven’t accepted the offer yet. Oh, sure, sure. We’re going to play hardball, do the whole counter thing, but — but it’s good news. Don’t — don’t you think it’s good news? Yeah, I do, if sasha thinks it is. Well, of course she thinks that.
[ Down-tempo music plays ] Did you lose an earring?
[ Scoffs ] Like I would wear those to yoga.
[ Laughs ] She — she got me — sasha got me the most beautiful diamond studs for christmas. Nice!
[ Sighs ] I’m so glad you like them. Water. I forgot my water. I’ll be right back.
[ Suspenseful music plays ]
[ Chuckles ] Everything good between you and gladys? Yeah, everything’s great. Why? So, she’s not pushing you to, uh, sell the garage? I mean, yeah,[Laughing] She’s pushing, but that’s just gladys. You know, technically, she does not even need me to agree, since she’s in charge of my finances. But gladys would never do that. I trust her. Cody: You want this? No, thanks. I can’t just let it go to waste. Could return it to the kitchen. Too far.
[ Laughing ]
[ Crunching ] So…
[ Crunching ] …I heard through the grapevine that you and chase broke up. Oh, you heard through one little grape, and his name is leo. Correct.
[ Scoffs ] But to be fair, what he actually said was he’s happy that you and chase aren’t going to be kissing anymore.
[ Scoffs ] That makes one of us. I’m sorry. No, don’t be, you know? Chase and I might just be singer and manager right now, but I’m — I’m hopeful things will change. So, he’s still willing to work with you. That’s the kind of guy chase is, you know? He honors his commitments, even when he doesn’t want to. Hmm. What’s that like? Beats me.
[ Mid-tempo music plays ] You can use this, though, you know? Your working relationship? I could. So, you’ve thought about it.
[ Laughs ] I, uh — chase and blaze, they have this radio performance tomorrow. I may have concocted a plan to get chase over here tonight. So you can remind him how good you guys are together? Something like that. Chase is huge on honesty, though. I-I can’t use lies to get him back. Says who?[ Crunches ] How dare you. I da– I dare because I am wiley’s grandmother and I have to look out for him, his emotional needs, michael. I…
[ Sighs ] I know that willow has stage iv leukemia.
[ Suspenseful music plays ] How the hell do you know that? Because I read a memo that was mixed up in britt’s paperwork. And I am so sorry. What willow is going through, it’s — it’s horrible, but I — I also know that willow’s an adult and she chose to delay her treatment? Was that in the memo, the memo you shouldn’t have even read? It just wound up in my living room, and I admit I read it. So that is how I know that months passed from the time that she got diagnosed to the time where she received her first chemo treatment, months where her leukemia just progressed and her chance of survival got worse —
months when you and willow put the future of your unborn baby before wiley. His needs, his happiness, his security. And now, that little boy may lose the one and only mother that he has ever known. That you allowed him to know, michael! And that’s selfish! Get the hell out of my house. No! First, you have to explain it to me. Willow found out that she had leukemia in her first trimester. Why didn’t she get chemo immediately? That’s none of your business!
Wiley makes it my business! I appreciate your loyalty, but you’re not — you’re not b-betraying michael’s trust by talking to me. I know — I know what’s going on with willow. And it must be — I mean — it must be very difficult for them with the leukemia and then being pregnant. It’s — hold on, hold on. Leukemia? We just had this whole conversation about lying, and — and you made it seem like everything was solid, and yet… you were still holding back. I’m sorry. I didn’t think it mattered. I — you didn’t think it mattered?! You were — how — how is nina being willow’s mother, how does that not matter?! Because I didn’t know willow had cancer! And that’s a secret you kept from me, by the way! That is not the same thing, and you know it. Willow swore me to secrecy. I’m going to ask you a question, and I can’t — I can’t even believe I’m going to say this, but I need you to be honest with me.
[ Voice breaking ] Of course! Were you ever going to tell willow that nina was her mother? No.
I’m glad we ran into each other. Yeah? Yeah, I’ve been meaning to reach out since we talked last. I’m good, chase. You — [ Laughs ] You don’t have to worry about me. I’m fine. Well, I wasn’t worried about you, but I am now.
[ Chuckling ] What’s going on? Uh, it’s nothing specific,really.
[ Breathes deeply ] Or maybe it is. I don’t know. It’s like I — I was braced for the holidays, you know? I-I knew that they would be hard, so I went into them prepared and all my friends and family were on high alert, too. You had a ton of distractions and a lot of people looking out for you. Yeah. You know, the holidays are over, and it’s just me now. No brando, no liam. And, of course, I knew that. But you we ren’t as preparedas you were before christmas.
[ Down-tempo music plays ]
[ Sighs ]
[ Sighs ] You know, it was —
[Sighs] It was nice having a goal, you know? “Just make it through to new year’s day” — I could handle that. But “make it through the rest of your life”?
[ Sighs ] That sounds daunting. It is.
[ Chuckles ] I know I’ll figure it out, but I’m just… feeling a little adrift right now. I get that. And, for what it’s worth, I think you’re coping really well.
[ Chuckles ] The past few months, I’ve definitely felt a lot stronger, more stable. Maybe gladys won’t have to be your guardian much longer. Maybe. [ Chuckles ] Some days, I am so ready to march in and demand that the judge re-evaluate my case. And other days?
[ Sighs ] Nights are hard. After gladys goes to bed, the apartment is just so quiet.
[ Crying ] I’ll find myself listening for brando’s humming while he’s brushing his teeth. Or I’ll go to bed hoping that I’ll dream about him, so I can touch his face again. So that’s not really facing reality.
[ Sighs ] I think that you are doing what every grieving widow would do. You miss your husband, sasha. You imagine him in the room next to you. Who wouldn’t?
[ Breathes deeply ] I’m just afraid that, if I let myself pretend, I’ll get lost in the fantasy. Like I did when I thought I was holding liam.
[ Dreamy music plays ]
[ Laughing ] Oh! I know all parents say this, but she is the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen. Our child is perfect. Just like her mother. Oh, stop. You can’t fault me for speaking the truth.
[ Chuckles ] We did it. You did it. You beat cancer and protected our child in the process. I love you so much. I love you, too.
[ Laughs ]
[ Kiss echoes ]
[ Dreamy music plays ]
[ Laugh echoes ] Josslyn: Willow has cancer? I’m sorry. I-I didn’t — uh — I thought michael and willow would have said something to the family. Michael hasn’t said anything.
[ Breathes sharply ] How do you know this? It doesn’t matter. Does my mom know? I don’t know. I don’t know.
[ Crying ] No. No. If she knew, she would’ve told me. But then again, I thought michael would’ve, too. Oh, my god.
[ Sniffles ] Wiley.
[ Sniffles ] The baby! You know what? -Does this affect the pregnancy? -No. Um — nina did some research, and, apparently, when you’re pregnant, you can still have chemo. It — it doesn’t hurt the baby. This sounds so scary and complicated. Listen, michael and willow, they’re going to get the best treatment possible. You know that, right?
[ Knock on door ] Everything okay?
[ Crying ] Yeah, she’s just heard some bad news. Listen — I have to — I have to go. I’ll see to it she gets home safe. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Thank you.
[ Door closes ] Are you okay?
[ Sobs ] You hate nina. I do. She’s done awful things to you. She has. And then you get handed this perfect opportunity to get back at her. That’s not what this is about. -No? -No, no.
[ Suspenseful music plays ] This was about willow! By the time I had that dna test ran, willow and nina’s relationship was toxic. Willow couldn’t stand nina. She looked me in the face and told me she didn’t want to find out who her birth mother was because she could turn out to be someone like nina. “I’d rather not know,” I believe, were her exact words, so how do I tell her that this woman that she hates, who she doesn’t want anywhere near her son, was her mother? So you lied? I lied! You’re damn right I lied! Because I knew the truthwould hurt willow, and I wanted to spare her that pain! This is what I don’t understand. If you’re so sure that you were in the right — what?! Why’d you lie to me? Why — why — why’d you lie to me about the dna results? Because I didn’twant to put you… why didn’t you bring me in on it?! …In the position! This is what I think! I think you didn’t tell me because you knew I wouldn’t go along with it because you knew… you’re wrong.
That you’re worriedabout losing touch with reality makes me feel like you won’T.
[ Vehicles passing in distance ]
[ Sighs ] I hope that’s true. And, the next time you’re feeling adrift, just call me. It’s usually in the middle of the night. So? My phone’s always on. It’s an old habit from being a cop.
[ Cellphone ringing ] See?
[ Breathes sharply ]
[ Ringing continues ]
[ Ringing continues ] Don’t not answer on my account.
[ Ringing continues ] Brook lynn! Chase! I’m so glad you answered. Um, I fixed it. Fixed what? The song. Uh, great. We can discuss it at the radio station tomorrow. That’s the song that I fixed, the one that you and blaze are singing tomorrow. Your verse, I always thought, was missing something, and I found it. Wait. You want to change the song that I’m singing in, what, 12 hours? I’m not just talking about it. It’s happening. And you’re going to like it way better. Can you come over to learn it? What, right now? Yeah. It — it won’t take too long. Why — are you busy? N-no, but —
great! I’ll see you when you get here. How was that? Perfection.
[ Laughs ]
[ Breathes deeply ] Does wiley know that willow is sick, that she m-may die? It’s too soon for that. Yeah, because you don’t want to frighten him until it’s absolutely necessary. Of course we don’T. But if willow would have done the responsible thing and gotten chemo during her first trimester, it wouldn’t have been necessary! You know, what — what gives you the right to judge? I understand. If you lost your little baby, it would’ve been devastating, and you and willow would have grieved. But it’s better for both of you to grieve than a 4-year-old boy grieving for his mother the rest of his life!
[ Footsteps approach ] I can’t hear any more of this. Wiley: Grandma! Oh! Wiley! Come here, buddy! Wiley. Hey.
[ Laughs ] Hi.
[ Sniffles ] I missed you! Oh! I missed you, too. Hey. Shouldn’t you be asleep? Will you play with me? Mommy’s too tired, and daddy’s too busy taking care of mommy. Do you want to talk about it?
[ Horn honks in distance ]
[ Crying ] I don’t even know what to say, honestly.
[ Sniffles ] Well, I’m guessing by the fact that sonny didn’t take my head off that you didn’t tell him about us. No.
[ Sniffles ] Thank you.
[ Sighs ] I would be in serious trouble if sonny thought we were involved. Yeah, well, sonny has bigger things on his mind right now.
[ Down-tempo music plays ] We all do.
[ Sniffles ] Is that the — the bad news sonny was talking about?
[ Crying ] My family’s falling apart, and I don’t know what I’m going to do about it. Keeping the truth about willow and nina to yourself isn’t sparing me the burden of lying to willow. This is about maintaining control. No, no. If you didn’t tell me, then you don’t risk the possibility of me telling willow. It wasn’t like that. Really? It wasn’T. Because, from where I’m standing, if you are the only one that knew, then you are ensuring that this plays out exactly the way that you want it to. How? You’re talking like I’m some puppet master and I just wanted to carry this secret. You did carry it! You carried it for months! I mean, my god, how long did you know?
[ Stammers ] May! Yeah. Of last year! Pretty eventful time, if I recall. Yes, willow was going through a lot. Harmony was dying, learning that she wasn’t her birth mother and that harmony was actually killing people to keep that secret. So you understand. Why you didn’t tell willow right away, yes, but you had months to come clean! Months where willow was telling me she didn’t want to know. She didn’t change her mind till the end of november! Which is when you started sabotaging my search. Because I didn’t know why you were searching. I didn’t know that willow was sick! I know that you would never intentionally hurt willow.
[ Voice breaking ] No. I know that. Thank you. But intentional or not, carly, do you see that keeping this secret almost cost willow her life?! Hi. I keep my home fresh with febreze fade defy plug.And I use this. Febreze uses a microchip to digitally control how much scent is released so it doesn’t fade. Ooh. Does mine have a microchip? – Uh-uh. – Oh. Febreze stays first-day fresh for 50 days. That is a shockingly long time. Febreze also has a refill reminder light… it even reminds you to refill it? So I never miss a day of freshness… your home is so fresh! Upgrade to febreze plug. Family is just very important. She’s my sister and we depend on each other a lot. She’s the rock of the fami ly. She’s the person who holds everything together. It’s a battle, you know. I’m going to be there.
[ Knock on door ]
[ Sighs ] Yeah. You have a visitor. Sonny, it’s me! Let her in. Hi, cuz. You going to the gym? Oh, uh, sasha and i were supposed to do yoga, but then something came up.
[ Clears throat ] What — what came — what do you mean? What’s — how’s sasha? That’s why I’m here. My daughter-in-law needs your help.
[ Suspenseful music plays ]
[ Exhales sharply ] Better? Chase won’t be able to resist you.
[ Sighs ] From your lips.
[ Doorbell rings ] That’s him. Thanks for everything, cody.
[ British accent ] Oh. Oh, I see. I’m — I’m dismissed, then. Basically, yeah. Well, um, I’ll — I’ll let master chase in on my way out.
[ Laughs ]
[ Laughing ] Okay.
[ Normal voice ] Hey, good luck. Thanks.
[ Mid-tempo music plays ]
[ Sighs ] Okay. Ugh! What am I doing? Just act normal, brook lynn.
[ Breathes deeply ] Hi. Hi. Thanks for coming. Well, you didn’t give me much of a choice. Well, that’s pretty on-brand, right?
[ Breathes deeply ] Sasha. Hi. Hi!
[ Sniffles ] What can I do?
[ Vehicles passing ] Nothing.
[ Breathes deeply ] That’s the worst part — there’s nothing any of us can do. You can talk about it, to me. Whatever it is, I’ll listen.
[ Breathes deeply ]
[ Voice breaking ] Willow has leukemia. Oh. Yeah. Oh, did she just find out?
[ Breathes deeply ] Sonny thought I already knew, so…I guess not.
[ Breathes deeply ] Shocking that nobody told me, considering my reaction. No. It is scary to find out someone you love is sick. You are allowed to feel however you feel.
[ Down-tempo music plays ] My first serious boyfriend had cancer. And he died. I’m so sorry, joss. What was his name? Oscar. He had a brain tumor. We found out in september, and, eight months later, he was gone. How old? 16. And I know… that, you know, this is different.
[ Sniffles ] Willow’s cancer’s different. Everything’s different, really. I just — I really don’t want this for michael. You two are really close, huh?
[ Sniffles ] If the donor registry hadn’t found a donor for willow, then we wouldn’t have known that nina was a match until it was too late. I know. All of that is terrifying. Thank god it didn’t come to that. No, it didn’T. Do they know if the transplant’s going to affect the baby?
[ Exhales sharply ] I’m not sure. I got to call michael and willow first thing in the morning. I —
[ Hand thumps ]
[ Crying ] I can’t believe michael didn’t tell me. I mean, what the hell was he thinking?! I — I could have helped him, you know. Maybe he takes after his mother in that way, thinking he can… shoulder everything alone. It’s my mo, right? Handle everything on my own, so I don’t need other people.
[ Sighs ] Is that what I am — other people? No. Could have fooled me.
[ Suspenseful music plays ]
My baby girl.
I love you so much.
Wiley! Come meet your baby sister. What are you doing? Sweetie, sweetie, come here. Come here. Get out of our house. I am so sorry, willow, but you’ve gotten too weak to take care of wiley. [ Gasps ] [ Breathing quickly ] No! I am not weak. I’m not — [ Breathing sharply ] What is happening? Oh, gee, you’re fading fast, willow. And michael has his hands full with work, so… I should probably take the baby, as well. [ Gasping ] Michael… you can’t let her do that. [ Chuckling ] Oh! Michael! No! Oh! [ Sobbing ] No! Time to go, wiley. [ Crying ] Please, no. Please, no. Oh, please stay. Stay with mommy, please. Stay with mommy.
[ Baby crying ]
Aww, how is my new little baby girl? My second chance.
[ Gasps ]
How do you like the name nelle?
[ Gasps ]
[ Gasping ]
Michael is more than a brother.
[ Vehicles passing ] He’s one of my best friends.
[ Breathes sharply ] He’s a rock. But that bodes well for him, don’t you think? In a situation like this? Except I know what it’s like.
[ Down-tempo music plays ]
[ Crying ] I know what it’s like to sit at someone’s bedside and watch them fight as hard as they can. And all you can do is love them and be there for them. But you can’t change anything. You can’t fix anything. You can’t fight the battle for them. And it’s the most helpless feeling. And michael doesn’t deserve that. You didn’t deserve it, either, joss. Ohh. It’s like…
[ Crying ] …I hear “cancer,” and I’m — I’m right back in it. I’m sitting next to oscar, and I’m reading to him.
[ Sniffles ] You read to him? Yeah. To help with the pain. You keep saying that there was nothing you could do.
[ Sniffles ]
[ Smooches ] Sounds like you did a whole lot. I hope it’s okay I tagged along. Of course. Were you guys, uh, together when I called? You said it wouldn’t take long, so I invited sasha to come with. Great. Are you hungry? Oh, I’m sorry. Cody, sasha. Sasha, cody. No, we– we’ve met. Sasha: Christmas day. Pregnant virgin mary giving birth. Right. Duh. Oh, that is a story I need to hear. Remind me to tell you.
[ Laughs ] Right. Uh, so, w-what do you say you and I raid the kitchen and, uh, we can let these two do their thing? Ah, I am skipping my workout. Might as well go all-in. That’s a yes? Sure.
[ Down-tempo music plays ]
[ Sighs ] Thank you for coming. You already said that. I did, didn’t I? Do you have the sheet music? Huh? So I can see the changes to the song. Oh, yes, um, they’re right here. Now, come sit.
[ Bench scrapes ]
[ Clears throat ] Alright. Ah, let’s see. Can’t read a word I wrote, can you? [ Laughs ] Here, move over. Let’s, uh, get to work. We have an offer on the garage, and sasha’s on the fence about taking it. What’s the offer? $300,000. Cash. No. She’s right not taking it. It’s — it’s worth a lot more than that.
[ Scoffs ] We can’t wait. Why? I mean, it’s not likesasha needs money, right? Oh, it’s — it’s not about the money.
[ Scoffs ] Then what is it — what’s it about? I-it — it’s about sasha! Hanging on to brando’s things… I think it’s keeping her from moving forward. But you know what? Last time I spoke to sasha, she was — she was doing good. I think it helped her that we built brando’s motorcycle. I mean, I know it helped me. Brando would’ve loved seeing you and sasha working together like that. Okay, so… what’s the issue, if it’s — if it’s not money? Is there something going on that I don’t know about, like — what’s going on with sasha? Is she alright?
[ Stammers ] Nothing specific.
[ Scoffs ] Here, listen to me. It’s going to be okay. We got to look after each other. Deal? Deal.
[ Breathes deeply ]
[ Chuckles ] Wiley, it’s, uh, it’s bedtime, not playtime, okay? Wiley. But grandma’s here! Wiley!
[ Chuckling ] Hi! Yeah, it’s been a long time since I’ve, um, come to visit, and I’m — I’m really sorry about that, wiley. Wish I could play with you until the sun comes up. But your daddy is right, you know — you should be in dreamland right now. Oh! I want to stay with you. Get away from my son! Willow, willow, willow, hold on. Get away! Mommy? No, it’s okay. It’s okay, wiley. Let’s go back upstairs. Let’s go back upstairs. No. I am not dead. Mommy? I am not dead! Do you hear me? You cannot have my children! You can’t!
[ Sobbing ]
[ Suspenseful music plays ] I hated lying to you. But you still did it. Fo r what I truly believewere the right reasons. I know how this works. I know you. I know how you operate. It’s not like… this should come as a huge surprise. But it does.
[ Down-tempo music plays ] I was just — I was starting to trust you. Starting to? You know what I mean. Not as friends, as… …as us, as a couple. I was — I was opening my heart to you. And to find out that you were lying to me this whole time… drew — …actively working against me, I just — I re ally thought we hadsomething deeper than that. And it’s — it’s a wake-up call to find out that we don’T.
[ Gasping ] Stay…away… from…my kids. Willow, I would never take your kids away from you!
[ Sobbing ] Mommy, what’s wrong?! It’s okay. It’s nothing we can’t fix, sweetheart.
[ Sniffles ] See, nina’s a bad person, and I don’t want her talking to you. Why not? I’ll explain upstairs, okay? I’m going.
[ Thud ] Wiley: Mommy!
[ Suspenseful music plays ] Willow? Willow. Willow! Thank you for being here. And for not pushing and…
[ Vehicles passing ] …Just thanks. Any time.
[ Sniffles ]
[ Shudders ] Are you cold? Mm. Just a few more minutes? As long as you want.
[ Sniffles ] So, you want to add a key change at “I can’t forget your lies”? Eyes — “I can’t forget your eyes.” Oh, sorry. No, no. It’s an understandable mistake, considering.
[ Breathes sharply ] Considering… your handwriting is illegible?
[ Scoffs ] It’s not that bad. Oh, you’re so dramatic. Look — “I can’t forget your eyes, no matter how… tired and high.” No, that’s not it. Oh, you can’t even read your own handwriting. Well, just give me a second! Take all the time you need. “No matter how hard I try.” Boo-yah! Okay. And I’m dramatic.
[ Laughs ] Chase, I —
[ Cellphone ringing ]
[ Sighs ] Thanks.
[ Siren wailing in distance ] Michael, what’s up? What?! Oh, my god.
[ Siren continues wailing ] Brick, hey. Can you do me a favor? Can you — can you find the best oncologist in the country? Not — no, it’s not — it’s for willow. That’s it? You know, one mistake and I’m out, huh? Would you really classify this as one mistake? You paid a woman to lie to me. You — you — you — you hid a photo that you knew that I was looking for, that you knew that was important to me and important to willow. Because I was trying — because you were trying to protect her. I understand that. But that excuse only goes so far, carly. Secrets and lies! That’s not the kind of relationship that I want. It’s not what i want. But now that everything’s out of the open, it doesn’t have to be that way.
[ Cellphone ringing ]
[ Ringing continues ] You should probably answer this.
[ Ringing continues ] Hello. Carly, please don’t hang up.
[ Suspenseful music plays ] It’s willow. What about willow?
Carly, she collapsed. Michael called an ambulance. They’re on their way to the er. I’m on my way. I’ll drive. Okay.
[ Down-tempo music plays ]
On the next “General Hospital” —