GH Transcript Wednesday, September 6, 2023

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 that really was a good breakfast. Nice it stayed warm enough for a table in the garden. Yeah.

[ Lock beeps ] Oh, I don’t know. Is it just me or upgrading from a room to a suite just makes it all seem more permanent? No, it’s not permanent. But it’s definitely more comfortable. We can never call it home, though. Wait. Something’s off. Diane, I need to know what is going on with sonny. I am going out of my mind. When you get this message, please, please call me back. Nina. Hi. What’s the latest with my dad? Have you heard anything? No. No. I can’t get any information. I-I’ve heard nothing. I was just leaving a message for diane. She must know something by now. Do you think she can get him out? She has to. Dante: No, I don’t need an appointment to see my brother. He’s my brother. Dante, what’s going on? Did you do it? What are you talking about? Did you turn our father in to the feds? Hi, I’m sam mccall. I have a medical proxy for a patient. His name is cody bell. I, um — I just wanted to see how he was doing. And I also got a message that I need to fill out some extra paperwork. Yes. The doctor requested some behavioral information on mr. Bell. Anything you can provide as far as his recent demeanor would be very helpful. Could you tell me how he’s doing? No, no, no. Not right. Not right. I shouldn’t be here. Shouldn’t be here. Cody, do you know why you’re here? Why? Why am I here? Yes, I know why I’m here. Because I was honest to that damn shrink at general hospital. Should have just gave him the — the standard answers to all those questions. Oh! Oh! The — what do the inkblots look like? They look like butterflies, doc! Treatment will do no good if you’re hiding your true feelings. If you want to get better, you have to be honest with your doctors and yourself.

[ Laughs ] Is this what “better” looks like, doc, huh? I can’t stand to be in my own skin. My brain — all the thoughts are just pushing against it until I can’t help it anymore! It hurts so bad! I just want it to stop! You can do this. You have to do this.

[ Door opens ] Good morning, sasha. Hi, dr. Montague. The, um, nurse said you wanted to see me. Yes. I wanted to thank you for everything that you’ve done for me. You have been so helpful with my recovery, and I am feeling so much stronger. The treatment has worked, and I’m ready to go home.

[ Elevator bell dings ] All done. Great. Thank you. Mom?

[ Chuckles ] Mm! Mm! I’m not complaining, but what was that for? Because I love you. And because I know this is a special day — that the surrogate is having her procedure. Thanks, mom. Yeah. It’s the big day. But you didn’t have to come all the way down here just to wish me luck. Of course I did. I also came to deliver a message from kristina — don’t even say it. I-I can’t talk about kristina. Not today.

[ Stammers ] I don’t have the head space for anything negative. I know we need to get through our differences, but just let me get through today first. I wasn’t going to talk about the friction between the two of you. That’s between the two of you. I was simply going to tell you that kristina asked me to tell you that she’s thinking about you. Well — and we talked last night, and she said that she didn’t want to reach out to you because of the given situation, but that she really hopes everything goes well today. Well, thank god it was just a message from you. If she showed up here, I would have lost it. I mean, I’m already a nervous wreck, and she would have just put me over the edge. Well, probably because she’s also over the edge over her father. I know. I-I am, too. I love uncle sonny. He’s always been great to me. But on a professional level, I have mixed feelings. I get it. No, it’s a total conflict of interest. I’m the ada, so I can’t turn a blind eye to uncle sonny’s illegal activities. Let’s just say it’s complicated. Oh, I know that. So y ou haven’t heardfrom diane at all since dad was arrested? No. W-what is she doing? I mean, doesn’t she know this is making us crazy? Well, kristina, I’m sure she’s busy, trying to get your father released, but I wish she would at least give us an update. I thought she would have him out on bail by now. Well, your father was arrested for a federal crime, so I don’t even know if he qualifies for bail. But I do know this — that after 72 hours, they either have to charge sonny or they have to release him. I’m going to try diane again. I have been texting her all morning, and she can’t keep dodging me like this. My dad is her most important client. Do you know how much money he’s given her over the years? He would be — he would be furious if he found out that she were ignoring us like this. And I’m not just going to sit around and — and wait by the phone for her to call us. I mean, there’s got to be something else that we can…

[Breathes sharply] …That we can do, right? Dante, calm down. I was at the metro court when the fbi showed up. I was just as surprised as everybody else. You’re surprised that they arrested sonny or surprised that they chose to do it there? What — you think I set him up? Why the hell would I do that, especially in front of my son?

[ Stammers ] Speaking of your son, what would happen if wiley betrayed you the way you just betrayed sonny? I did not betray sonny. Oh, come on, michael. You’ve been so angry at him for so long. You’ve been dying for a chance to crush him. I had nothing to do with him being arrested! You know, the whole thing — I don’t understand your problem you have with him either, because you both handle revenge in the most ruthless of ways. I mean, when you took custody of avery, you literally snatched her from his arms. I did that to protect my sister. She was — she was a baby, and she wasn’t safe with sonny. Besides, that was years ago. Right. He was vulnerable then, the way he is now. And you’re doing the same thing again. Look, I was there! I was there when you swore that you would do anything to take him down. Yes, I did say that, but it doesn’t mean I acted on it. Look, people say things in the heat of the moment. Not you. Not you. You don’t say things in the heat of the moment. You’re too calculated for that. I’m telling you, I had nothing to — oh, just stop! Just stop! Just admit that you did it! I’m sorry, sasha. That’s just not possible. You’re not ready to be released. I am. I feel good. You need more treatment. If I let you go home now, you’ll just suffer a relapse. And we wouldn’t want that to happen, now, would we? I have a lot of money. I can pay you anything you want. Just please let me go.

[ Chuckles ] This isn’t about money. Sasha. Remember I told you I stay with my patients till the very end? Well, this is not the end for you. Not until I say so. No. No, no, no. Please don’t do this to me. Please — it’s okay, sasha. No, please. Please. I don’t — I want to go home! You’re just feeling a bit paranoid, and this will help. Please, I just want to go home! No!

[ Breathing sharply ] You don’t know what it’s like, doc! It’s like a-a speeding train just charging through my skull, just flashing by, just all these images going — it’s like I-I know what the world should look like, but I — b-but I can’t change it. And — and I’m so tired. I’m just so tired, but I can’t sleep. Because every time I close my eyes, I’m thinking about, “how — how am I supposed to win? How do I win? What — what kind of card should I play?” And then I look down at my hands and I’m like, “oh, there it is. It’s a royal flush.” You ever gotten a royal flush, doc? It’s the best hand in poker. It’s almost impossible to lose. And then I start thinking about all the jackpot. What am I going to do with all that money? And then… I’m in the penthouse, doc! I’m standing there, and I can feel the breeze, the breeze coming in from the balcony. So I step out, and I’m out on the balcony. It’s such a long way down. Oh, it’d be so easy to just let go. I’m not scared. In fact, it’s the only time I feel like I’m actually in control…

[ Breathing deeply ] …Just knowing I could end it all.

[ Breathing deeply ] What? What is it? Something’s out of place. What’s out of place? Everything looks fine to me. No. No. Remember when I brought these in? From the P.O. Box? Sure. Yeah. And I was flipping through the mail, and I left them right here. Oh, sorry. Did you — did you move them? No. Anna, obviously, the housekeepers have been here while we were at breakfast. They must have moved them. Oh, maybe. Is something missing? I don’t know. No, it’s nothing. Darling, are you all right? Yeah. Um. I don’t know, I’ve just been… ever since sonny got arrested, I’ve just been feeling kind of anxious. I’m worried about him. Because… I can’t help but wonder… wonder what? Do you think pikeman had something to do with sonny’s arrest? I want you to be honest with me. Do you think I’m moving too fast with the surrogate? Honey, that’s not a question that I can answer for you. Only you and tj can know what feels right. I-I’ve been listening to this podcast about women who struggle with infertility, and they were saying that being told you can never have a child is like a death in a way, and you need to take time to mourn the baby you never had. I never thought of anything like that. Yeah, but it makes sense. Maybe I should have taken time to mourn this loss before jumping into surrogacy. Are you having second thoughts? Not exactly. I just — I-I wanted your perspective. Honey, you have always had a very logical mind. You like things just so, in order, by the book. But there’s no book for this. And if there were, it would make things much easier. But really, this is a feeling thing. And you and tj have to know what feels right for you. I’m just — I’m not sure what that is. I know you wanted to carry this baby by yourself, and that didn’t work out, and I’m sorry. But you and tj have found a different way to have a family. And the important thing here — the only important thing — is that you’re going to be a mother. Not in the traditional way, but to hell with tradition, right?

[ Chuckles ] Yeah. I got to go to the metro court. I love you.

[ Chuckles ] I love you more. Thanks, mom. You betcha.

Kristina, I kn– I knowthat you’re frustrated, and I’m frustrated, too, but maybe diane just has her hands full right now, and she will update us as soon as she hears something. Okay. Just please tell me as soon as you hear anything. Promise? Promise. Thank you, nina. I know you care about my dad as much as I do, and you really do feel like family now. I know that it’s crazy that it took my dad’s arrest to make me realize that, but [Breathes deeply] I don’t know, people come together in crisis. Yeah. I knew when I committed to your father that it wasn’t just him — that his children were part of the package. And I — I love you. And you’ve been supportive right from the beginning, and I can’t tell you how much that means to me. Now, if we could only get michael on team nina. Oh, yeah, michael is, uh — he’s a tough one. Holds on to a grudge like it’s nobody’s business, but… hang in there. Even if you can’t get through to him, I know that willow can. Your daughter has the magic touch. Well, I would like to think so, but if willow’s illness didn’t teach him anything, I doubt that your father getting arrested will do that. Yeah. Uh, a-all right. I’m going to go, so keep in touch. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Thank you. Was I angry with sonny? Yes. Was I disappointed with him? Yes. But I never went to the feds, and I had nothing to do with him being arrested! And if you don’t believe that I wouldn’t hurt our father, believe me when I tell you I would never hurt our siblings. They — they would be devastated if sonny were sent to jail. No kidding. And not only would they miss him, they’d also be in danger, because you know how many enemies sonny has. And if sonny’s behind bars, one of them could retaliate and come — come after his family. Look, dante… when I made peace with dad, I meant it. I’m still not over what he did to mom… but we’re moving forward. This whole situation with willow helped me realize that life is fragile… and it’s not worth holding on to a grudge. And she told me that it takes more energy to hate than it does to love. Well, it’s a good thing you married a wise woman. Yeah. I’m sorry I accused you.

[ Scoffs ] It’s not like I didn’t give you reason to. I’m just glad you stopped by so we…could clear the air.

[ Chuckles ] Hi. Hope I’m not interrupting. Hey, kristina. No, no, no. You’re not — not interrupting. How are you doing? You holding up okay? I mean, I’d be a lot better when the fbi lets dad go. Yeah, we all feel that way. Want him out of there, right? When’s that going to happen? I don’t know. It’s the feds, so they can hold him for 72 hours, I guess. I’ll see what I can find out. Okay. Thanks, dante. Yeah. I gotta go. So dante accused you of what happened, huh? You’re the one who turned in dad? Oh, come on. Not you, too. I already told dante I had nothing to do with this. Oh, I believe you. Okay. Thanks. Yeah. But… you’re glad it happened, aren’t you?

[ Indistinct conversations in distance ] Well, we meet again. Hello, dr. Montague. Did not get your name last time we met. Sam mccall. Gosh, what a coincidence running into you here. Well, this is a mental health facility, so it’s not unusual to find a psychiatrist here at ferncliff. But what are you doing here? Molly: Why am I so nervous? I’m not the one getting the procedure. I mean, medically, this has nothing to do with me.

[ Sighs ] Hey, molly. This has everything to do with you — with us. Our surrogate is getting iui today and could become pregnant with our child. It’s — it’s totally normal to be on edge. Okay?

[ Breathes deeply ] Yeah, you’re right. There’s nothing to worry about. Hey, guys. Hey. I’m ready.

[ Breathes sharply ] Do I think pikeman was involved with sonny’s arrest? No. First of all, they are purely motivated by profit and I can’t see any financial gain to be made by arresting sonny corinthos. Yeah. Maybe he’s worth more to them behind bars. Second of all, they were desperate for an introduction to sonny. It just doesn’t make any sense for it to be a setup. Pikeman is such a huge contractor. We can’t possibly know all of their motives. Okay, let’s say that they were involved. Sonny has a long history of evading law enforcement, including when you were police commissioner. Yeah. I know. You don’t have to remind me of that. I’m just saying that he’s very good at escaping consequences for his actions, and I don’t think that this is going to be any different. Right. No, you’re right. Can I ask you a favor, though? You can always ask me a favor. You still have that contact over at pikeman? Yeah. Oh, good. Could you ask him or her if they know anything about sonny’s arrest? I could make a phone call. Good. See if I can do anything for you. This is valentin cassadine. Uh, I need your help with something. How are you feeling?

[ Breathes deeply ] I didn’t think I’d be so nervous. Oh, so it’s not just us.

[ Laughs ] No. I’ve been a wreck all morning. I’ve been trying to tell molly it’s a simple procedure, nothing to worry about. I know you have a lot riding on this. I’ve been following doctor’s orders and monitoring my cycle closely and taking those at-home ovulation tests, which is how I knew that my lh hormone was surging, which means I’m ovulating. God, it sounds like I’m talking about a science project instead of my own body.

[ Chuckles ] It’s just — it’s a lot to keep track of. A-are you sure you want to go through with this? Yes, definitely. I’m — I’m committed to this. I know I’m making the right choice for my family and for yours. Andrea gates? Yes. We’re ready for you. Okay. [ Breathes sharply ] Wish me luck. -Good luck. -Good luck.

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[ Door closes ] Good morning, nina. The phone has been ringing off the hook nonstop because people want to know when we’re going to open, so I was just wondering… it’s — it’s fine. You can open. Okay. Nina. Hey, alexis. Uh, I’m sorry that we’re a little late opening. I’ll get you a waitress. I’m not here to eat. I’m here to discuss sonny. Yeah, we don’t have any updates, and I’m desperate to talk to diane. I have not been able to get ahold of her either, but she will handle it. What I am more concerned about is our daughter and the rest of his family. What do you mean? If sonny ends up serving time, that is a real problem for the people that are close to him because that makes them fair game to his enemies, and your fiancé has a lot of them. Well, you don’t think that they’re just gonna — what I think is that if sonny is off the streets, he’s not looking out for his family. But, alexis, there are a ton of guards. They’re not just going to leave because sonny’s in prison. What makes you think that his security is going to be as loyal to his family as they are to sonny? There’s no guarantee that they’re going to lay down their lives for anyone but him. This is frightening. It is. And I’m here to make you aware that if he ends up in prison, you are vulnerable, and so are his children. Okay. Could you just make sure the chef knows that I signed off on all the changes to the menu? Okay. I got it. Okay. Thank you so much, trish. Thanks. Hey, ma. Hey. How are you doing? Ooh. Any news on your dad? Uh, no, no, of course not. It’s the feds. He’s still in custody. That’s all I know. And I haven’t heard anything from diane. Okay. But I’ll let you know when I do. But, uh, you seen cody around? No. And I don’t expect to. You don’t? Why not? He took the week off. I don’t know why I listened to her. I shouldn’t have listened to her. [ Chuckles ] Who, cody? My friend. Well, you know, she said she’s my friend, but [Laughs] I mean, she’s the one who talked me into staying here, so obviously, I can’t trust her anymore. But that’s how women are, isn’t it, doc? They say they want what’s best for you, but really, they just want to control you. Just like my mother! And the government. Big mother. Big brother. Big mother. Big brother. You know — want to know who’s really in charge of this ai crap, doc? It’s them. It’s just another way to get inside our brains. You’re probably working for them, huh, doc? Huh? Did they tell you to take an eye and look at me? Huh? Who are you talking about, cody? I told you, it’s the government, doc! But I’m never going to work for them.

[ Chuckling ] No. No, no, no, no, no. I’m not going to wear a suit, a tie. A tie? That’s just a dog collar. That’s another way to control you and choke you out — just to choke you out.

[ Grunting ]

[ Crying ] And I’m so tired, doc. I’m so tired.

[ Sobbing ] And I don’t want to be here. I don’t want to be here! Let me go! Let me out! I actually have a — a friend here who’s going through a really tough time, and he agreed to be admitted. Mm. I’m his medical proxy, so they called me to fill out some additional paperwork on his behavioral history, and it seems endless — that’s for sure. Yeah. I don’t — I don’t mean to pry, but is this patient your boyfriend? Oh, no. No, no. We’re — we’re just friends. Mm. I can’t imagine if my partner was the one who had to be committed. It does have negative connotations. No, I don’t —

[ Sighs ] How do I say it? I-I’m not — I wouldn’t be embarrassed or anything. I just — I think it would be hard to deal with — be really difficult to go through. Well, unfortunately, most of the patients here are in crisis. But I’m dedicated to them, and I always make sure they get exactly what they need. Admit it — part of you is glad that dad got arrested. Right? You think he finally got what he deserved, don’t you?

[ Scoffs ] First dante, now you. What — is avery going to come in here and accuse me next? Just answer the question, michael. Did dad [Sighs] Deserve to be arrested? Probably. I don’t have all the facts, but something we both know is that dad is a criminal, right? He chose this life, so he has to deal with the consequences. I mean, come on, he’s broken the law dozens of times. So, yes, he does deserve to be prosecuted. But am I happy about it? No. That scene at the metro court was a nightmare. I know. It was awful. Seeing those agents slap cuffs on dad was…scary as hell. I thought you were going to tear those agents apart. And wiley, I mean —

[Sighs] I mean, poor wiley had no idea what was going on. He was — he was confused and frightened. Michael, can dad beat these charges? I wish I knew. Valentin: Right on time. Let’s get this over with.

I forgot to tell you — my mom stopped by earlier to wish us luck. Aww, that was nice of her. She brought up kristina. I hope that didn’t upset you. No, it — it wasn’t about what’s going on with us. Kristina is worried about uncle sonny. Yeah, his arrest has been… all over the news. Mom said it hit krissy pretty hard. I wanted to reach out to her and let her know that I’m thinking about her, but [Sighs] I just can’T. I’m still mad at her over the whole surrogate thing. And… I know that she was only trying to help us, I know that, but she doesn’t know when to back off. Exactly. I don’t have the energy for it. I-I know we’ll work things out eventually — we always do — but we have so much going on now with the surrogate. And… I need to focus on us and nothing else. We are going to get through this… …together. Together. Cody took the week off? Why? Uh, why don’t you ask your girlfriend? Why would I ask sam? Because she’s the one who told me cody took the week off. Really? Mm-hmm.

[ Breathes sharply ] Cool. Okay, um, I gotta go, ma. I’ll see you later. Okay. See you. This should help you sleep. You need to get some rest, cody. That should clear your head a bit, and then we can talk tomorrow. How does that sound?

[ Sighs ] Yeah. Sleep. I can see the stars that way.

[ Grunts softly ] This is good.

[ Door closes ]

[ Door opens ] Hi, sasha. Sasha? Sasha. Are you okay? Sasha, it’s janice. I’m your nurse. Do you remember me? Oh, sasha. You seem to be getting worse. I’ll have to talk to dr. Montague. Valentin: You know what to do. Let me know when you hear back. This is important.

Yo, man, it’s dante. Where are you at? I’m trying to track you down. Call me back. Mac. Mac, hey, it’s dante. Have you seen or heard from cody at all? Yeah. I don’t know. I can’t — I don’t know where he is. Yeah. Yeah, maybe you’re right. Maybe he’s out doing horse stuff. All right. Thanks. I just saw dante. Please tell me he has an update on sonny. I wish I could. Unfortunately, the mob aren’t the only ones who swear by omerta. “Code of silence.” Fbi — pretty tight-lipped, too. Well, that doesn’t surprise me. They never give details, especially when someone is as high-profile as sonny. So what does that mean for him? Well, I can’t say for sure, but in my experience in dealing with feds, they wouldn’t make a move this drastic if they didn’t have some serious evidence against sonny. Look, the fbi said that they were… arresting dad for violations of the national security act. Those are significant charges, krissy, and I doubt they would file them unless they had credible evidence. Michael, those charges make no sense.

[ Stammers ] What could dad possibly have to do with that? You’re being naive — no, I’m not. I am not being naive, michael. I know dad has a lot of illegal business dealings, okay, but — but he’s not a threat to the country. He didn’t commit treason! They are — the fbi is treating him like — like he’s some insurgent trying to take down the government. They wouldn’t arrest him without cause. We just don’t have all the facts yet. You want a fact? I will give you a fact. These charges are insane. They arrested dad for something he had no part of.

[ Lock beeps ]

[ Breathes sharply ]

[ Lock beeps ] Darling? You here? Anna: Hi. Hold on. Just give me one minute. Sorry. Oh. Hi. Oh, I didn’t hear you come in. Sorry. I just had a hot shower. How did it go? Did you meet the man from pikeman? We didn’t have a lot of time. Yeah? He was flying out of town, but we met at a café by the airport. Okay. What did he say? He gave me some information. Did you just say you had a hot shower?

yeah. [ Laughs ]

[ Telephone rings in distance ] Well? It’s all done. Oh, that was fast. It’s actually a very quick procedure. Well, what did the doctors say? Just that we have to wait and see. Said we’ll know in about two weeks. So I’m going to go home, put my feet up, and relax. Can we give you a ride home? Oh, no. I have my car. Thanks. Okay. I-I hope you know how much this means to us. I’m a mother, so, yes, I do.

[ Breathes deeply ] Take care. You, too. I don’t want to get my hopes up, but… I have a good feeling about this. You know what I always say — trust your feelings. …Feelings.

[ Both chuckle ] You both sound so matter-of-fact about this, but sonny could be in serious trouble. Aren’t you worried about him? Of course I’m worried. But — but growing up the way I did, nina, this lifestyle just comes with the territory in bensonhurst. So I should just accept it? No, no, no, no. That’s not what I’m saying. But the point is, if you’re going to be with sonny, you don’t have much of a choice. You both share children with him, even though you knew what you were getting into. This can’t be easy to deal with. This isn’t easy to deal with. It never has been. But what I won’t do is approve of it. I never have, and I never will. Having said that, sonny has a way of getting out of these things, and I hope to god he’s able to beat this rap, too. For the sake of my child and for the sake of all of his kids. Excuse me. This just isn’t right. There was a reason why dad never talked about the business in front of his kids. He didn’t want us involved, and there was no reason for us to have any information about his dealings. It was best for everyone if we were kept in the dark. Come on, michael. Now you’re the one being naive. Yeah, dad tried to shield us from his “coffee business,” but you had to have known by the time you were, what, 10, that dad’s not a normal dad? I mean, did you think it was normal that our dad carried a gun and that we had armed guards? Okay. At some point, we all realized that dad didn’t have a normal job and didn’t share any of those details with us. We have no idea what dad did or didn’t do. Honestly, I’m just worried it’s revenge. For years, the fbi has been trying to get dad legitimately, and they never have been able to. So now, what if they — they set him up? What if they planted evidence to make the charges stick? Okay, but one thing I do know is that dad would not want you getting caught up in this mess. And I know it’s hard, but you just need to focus on your youth center, right, and — and living your life. Oh, that’s so nice. Thank you. That’s great advice from my big brother to make me feel better. Come on, michael. I’m going to worry about dad. Just…be straight with me. Do you — do you think that he’s going to get cleared at the arraignment? I’m afraid not. I’m sorry. Did you say you had a hot shower? Yes, I had a shower. Why? Well, this is odd. The woman at the front desk literally just told me that they’re having problems with the hot water heater on this floor and they’re sending a maintenance crew up to look at it. Temperature seemed fine to me. So, back to your meeting. What happened with your contact from pikeman? He confirmed that pikeman had nothing to do with sonny’s arrest. But you met at a café, right? We did. I’m just wondering that maybe, if he did have information, he didn’t want to say it in public, because you never know who’s listening to you. Anna, if he had something to tell me, then he would have arranged it someplace private. But he had nothing for me, so… okay. Yeah.

[ Sighs ] I was really hoping to find some information out. But, anyway, thank you so much for doing that. I really appreciate it. You made such good time getting back from the airport. Because traffic’s usually heavy at this hour. Didn’t take me long at all. Huh. Gonna go get dressed. Hey. Hey. Uh, didn’t you get my message? Yeah, I did. I’m sorry. I didn’t have a chance to call you back. What did you want to talk to me about? W– well, I was talking to my mom, and she said that cody was taking off a few days, and — and I was surprised to hear that. But then she said she heard that from you, which I was even more surprised to hear. I did tell your mom that. Okay. So, you want to tell me where — where cody is? Sasha. Sasha! I’m going to talk to dr. Montague again. We discussed having you transferred to a different facility because your treatment here just doesn’t seem to be working. Sasha. What have they done to you?

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