General Hospital Transcript
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Lucy: No, I do not have a comment on that either! Ohh! Why? Why are they so rude? They’re just rude. Why won’t they leave us alone?
Maxie: I don’t know.
Well, because there’s blood in the water. But we are not dead yet.
Lucy: W-we’re not. I mean, if we could just come up with a product as fantastic as the Deceptor, we’d be fine.
Maxie: Lucy, that could take months. Maybe even years. I mean, why won’t you just take Tracy’s deal?
Scott: Oh — bite your tongue there, Maxie. Lucy’s got a sliver of the ELQ pie. She’s got to hang onto that!
Maxie: Oh. Okay. Well, I hope that sliver of pie keeps Lucy fed when deception goes under… because after years of breaking our backs and building this company from the ground up, Sasha and I will ultimately end up with nothing!
Brook Lynn: I totally agree. Your venue is perfect. I can guarantee that blaze is gonna sell it out. I can even throw in an opening act for you if you want. I have to call you back.
Alexis: Here’s everything Molly was able to dig up on judge Albert Kim. And this is everything Diane was able to dig up, so we got a lot of work ahead of us.
Gregory: Good. I’m ready. Let’s nail this bastard.
Alexis: Aren’t you all fired up!
Gregory: Well, I’m trying to cultivate a good “go for it” attitude, hoping it translates to skydiving.
Alexis: So researching papers to skydiving. That’s quite a leap!
Gregory: Wow. Really?
Alexis: I know.
[ Knock on door ]
[ Chuckles ] Hi, there.
Finn: Hi. I’m — I’m really sorry to interrupt the fun, but I was wondering if I could steal my dad away for a cup of coffee.
Cyrus: What’s going on? Visiting hours are over. Why am I being brought here during off hours?
Guard: You’ll find out soon enough.
Ellen: I… thank you for bringing down Mr. Renault. You can leave us alone now.
Cyrus: Should I be worried?
Nina: Well, there he is. Hi, handsome.
Alright. I am set. I’m ready to get this wedding going. What about you?
Sonny: Just about.
Nina: What, are we waiting on something?
Sonny: Yes, we are.
Nina: Something for the wedding?
Sonny: You got to be patient. You got to wait a little while longer.
Nina: Well, Sonny, I am the bride, so shouldn’t I know what we are waiting on? And, besides, you said that the staff in Puerto Rico is handling everything.
Sonny: Yeah, but this is something that I could only get in port Charles, and the wedding would not be complete without it.
Nina: What is going on?
[ Both laugh ]
Who’s ready for a wedding?!
[ Nina gasps ] Ohh…
[ Sighs ]
Scott: Listen. I-I don’t want you to worry, okay? ‘Cause your attorney, Vance — top-notch. I’ve seen her in action. Okay? And, besides, you’re like a gladiator. You got your sword out ready to conquer.
Lucy: Thank you. I think. But listen, pal. You know what? We really could lose this case… or deception could go completely under financially before we even get to court. And like you said, I’m a gladiator. I-I’ll be fine. I will survive anything. It’s just Maxie. She is raising three little kids without any support — just her. So if I did take Tracy’s deal, at least Maxie would have a job.
Scott: Y-you can’t let Tracy put the screws to you because of Maxie.
Lucy: [ Sighs ] But I can’t do that to my very best friend in the whole world, not to her daughter and her grandchildren. Felicia — I can’t do that to Felicia. What am I saying? Maxie has become my very best friend in the whole world, too. And if I let her down, I couldn’t live with myself. So I don’t know. I-I just — I don’t feel like I can do it to Maxie, either!
Scott: Lucy, have you got your noggin screwed on straight? You can’t let go of the ELQ stock. It’s the tie-breaking vote!
Brook Lynn: Chase? What happened?
Chase: I got some pretty bad news at the hospital today. Okay. And it is the last thing I ever would have expected or imagined. Now I’m just… sitting here trying to make sense of it… trying to figure out the little things I missed. Brook Lynn, my dad is dying.
Brook Lynn: What?
Gregory: Son, listen. Alexis and I are in the middle of something. Instead of coffee, can we maybe grab dinner later upstairs at the metro court?
Finn: Actually, I was really hoping we could go now.
Alexis: You know what? We don’t need to do this now. Y-you go with your son. He needs you.
Gregory: Are you sure?
Finn: She seems pretty sure.
Alexis: I’m sure. I can — I can sort through it and organize it.
Gregory: Oh, I feel bad about leaving you with all this drudgery.
Alexis: Drudgery to you. Interesting to me. Because I’m gonna find a little nugget that will blow this whole story wide open. Go, go, go.
Gregory: Coffee it is.
[ Mouthing words ]
Nina: I’m still in shock. I am so thrilled. I can’t believe you guys can make it on such short notice. I mean, it wouldn’t have been the same if you all weren’t here with me and Sonny.
Wiley and donna are settled in, playing. Melanie’s got enough books and games to keep them occupied for the rest of the flight.
Willow: They loved the takeoff. Wiley was glued to the window the entire time.
Nina: That’s so great. What about Avery? Wasn’t she able to come?
Pilar called. Avery’s got something wrong with her stomach. She’s sick, so she can’t come.
Nina: Oh, no. And I’m disappointed, but… oh, that’s — that’s so sad. Well, I hope she gets better soon.
Um, hey. When did you arrange for everyone to come? We just decided to do this ourselves.
Sonny: I made the rounds this morning, extended some invitations, you know.
Nina: I knew you were up to something when you left the penthouse.
And Dante sends his congratulations and best wishes.
Nina: Yeah, well, we will miss him and we will miss the family that couldn’t come, but I’m gonna focus in on the family that could. I’m thrilled that you’re here. This is the best wedding present I could ever ask for.
Alexis: Looks like Judge Kim doesn’t miss an opportunity for a high-profile case.
[ Telephone ringing ]
Alexis: Yep. Oh. Yeah. Send her in.
[ Knock on door ]
Alexis: Come on in! Hey. Hi. Carly. Hi. What brings you here?
Carly: Well, Sonny told me that he asked you to look into the judge who gave Drew that ridiculous sentence.
Alexis: Yeah, that’s all here. I’ve been researching that for most of the day.
Carly: Great. Full disclosure — I’m the one who asked Sonny to reach out to you. I also asked Diane to share any information that she’s discovered on judge Kim with you.
Alexis: I’m glad you did. Look, Carly, I have a vested interest in Drew, as well. He’s the father of my granddaughter, and I would like to see him come home to scout.
Carly: Have you had any luck?
Alexis: From what I can tell so far, I think there’s a strong possibility that there has been a miscarriage of justice.
Cyrus: This is a rare and special privilege. Just the two of us in this spacious room.
Ellen: It’s private. Cameras are off except during visiting hours. There’s no record of this meeting… like there would be if you came to see me in my office.
Cyrus: And why, warden, do you require such privacy? Just what is it you have in store for me?
Kristina: None of you have visited the island yet, right?
No, I haven’t.
Nina: You know, Sonny has told me all about it. He’d planned for us to go to the island, but Willow went through what she went through, so I wanted to be with her.
Willow: Even though you knew I didn’t want you there.
Nina: Well, I knew where I had to be.
Kristina: Well, both of you are going to love it. It’s gorgeous.
What’s it like?
Kristina: It’s a hotel and a casino, but there’s a private wing just for the family. And the gardens are just breathtaking.
Nina: Sonny told me about the gardens.
Kristina: Yeah, the smell from the flowers are everywhere. And it doesn’t matter what room you’re in, you can still hear the sea.
Well, this sounds like the perfect spot for a wedding.
[ Chuckles ]
Sonny: I want to thank you, Michael.
Michael: For what?
Sonny: For getting Willow to come to the wedding.
Michael: Well, actually, this was Willow’s decision.
Alexis: Judge Kim’s judicial record is solid. He’s an intelligent and an effective jurist.
Carly: That’s not the news I was looking for.
Alexis: But he has a pattern of interpreting the law in a way that lines up ideologically with special interests… who happen to be the ones that influence who sits on what bench and who gets promoted.
Carly: So Judge Kim rules the way these influential people want, and, in turn, he moves up the career ladder, whether or not his ruling is right or not.
Alexis: Very good. You get it. However, I haven’t been able to prove that there has been any quid pro quo of judge Kim accepting any favors or being unduly influenced by the special interests.
Carly: Well, I can help with that. I just found out there’s proof. And I can get it for you.
Ellen: Cyrus, I’m offended. I’m just doing my job, coming in and checking on your welfare. After all, you’re such a beacon of light to the other inmates. All your spiritual ministry that you deliver. It’s no wonder how we managed before without you.
Cyrus: You know, I do provide a valuable service which reflects quite well on your legacy here at Pentonville. It does, doesn’t it? Do you know how many inmates are engaged in self-improvement as a direct result of my guidance?
Ellen: Spare me the campaign speech. We’re alone, Cyrus.
Cyrus: Spare me your false concern for my welfare and get to the point. Why did you want to see me?
Ellen: Because… I’m out of here.
Maxie: Sorry for my outburst.
Lucy: No, no. Really. You do not have anything to apologize for.
Maxie: Okay. Well, let’s prepare for our staff meeting. We need to at least pretend we have a plan moving forward.
Well, on a happier note, Cody Bell is out of custody and Sasha’s home recuperating from all of her… mental problems.
Maxie: Yeah, I got some of the details from mac.
That is — thank you — good news.
Hey, um, did you have a chance to see Sasha?
Maxie: No, no. I’ve been giving her some space. I figured she needed some quiet time.
Lucy: Right. That — that’s a — that’s a very good idea after this ugly situation.
Maxie: Yeah. She can’t seem to catch a break.
Scott: Well, I heard Gladys hightailed it back to Westport, Bridgeport, some port that she’s from in Connecticut. Well, I guess, uh, you girls have work to do, so I’ll bid you adieu.
Uh, Maxie — we need to prepare an agenda for our meeting.
Yeah, yeah, uh, but that can wait.
I really, um, have something I need to say.
Brook Lynn: Is Gregory in the hospital?
Brook Lynn: Where is he?
Chase: Honestly, I-I don’t know.
Brook Lynn: Well, do I need to call Finn? Does he know what’s going on?
Chase: Oh, Finn knows. So does your grandmother.
Brook Lynn: What? My grandmother knows?
Chase: I am the only one who didn’t know that my father was dying. They all kept it from me like I am a child or like I couldn’t handle it. I-I don’t know. I don’t know.
Brook Lynn: What’s, um — what’s Gregory’s diagnosis?
Chase: My father has… amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. It’s ALS.
Lucy: I have been doing a lot of thinking today.
Maxie: Can I go first?
Lucy: Oh. Yeah. Sure. Go ahead.
Maxie: Okay. Great. Thank you. Maybe we should just find a buyer for the 25% and call it a day. At least then we would end up with something.
Lucy: Just hold that thought, okay?
Lucy: No, really. Hold the thought. Get the staff together for a meeting. And no agenda necessary.
Chase: When I got home, I got my phone out to research ALS. I wanted to see how this disease was gonna take over my father’s life… how it would progress. I want to know how much time I had left with my dad.
Brook Lynn: That’s understandable.
Chase: But then I started scrolling through photos on my phone, and I saw all these great shots of my dad. Us camping together. Tea parties with violet. Hanging out in the stands at a chuck game. And then all these random shots of us at dinner and… …just watching sports on the sofa. And he looks so great in all of them. So vital a-and young for his age. And… it’s like there was nothing wrong with him. Like nothing ever could be wrong with him. And now… all I can think about… …is that young, vital man, my hero… …my dad… he’s gonna be in a wheelchair. And he’s not getting out of it.
Gregory: I should have told Chase. Him learning I have ALS should have come from me. How did he find out?
Finn: It was, uh — it was by mistake.
Gregory: How does a mistake like that happen?
Finn: He was arresting someone, and he got pepper sprayed, so he came by the hospital to get his eyes flushed out. And afterwards, I told him to wait in the lounge, right? And his eyes were all sort of bloodshot and teary. And Tracy Quartermaine saw him, and I think she kind of jumped to the wrong conclusion.
Gregory: Tracy told Chase?
Finn: Yeah, I’m not — I’m not sure what was said initially, but whatever it was, it made Chase suspicious. I saw them talking across the hub. And by the time I knew what was going on, it was too late. Tracy had told Chase.
Gregory: I can’t believe this. So, obviously, Chase knows that I already told you.
Carly: There’s a regular that comes into Kelly’s, and I’ve been talking to him lately. He’s a pilot for a private jet that belongs to a billionaire named Asher alexander. And the pilot told me the downside of his job is that whenever Mr. Alexander wants to go on a trip and for however long he wants to stay, the pilot must go with him.
Alexis: Tough life.
Carly: Right. Well, the last trip they went on was to an island in the Caribbean. Took a group of guys down there to go deep-sea fishing. Guess who one of the passengers was.
Alexis: Judge Albert Kim?
Carly: That’s right.
Willow: So, what made you and Sonny decide to elope?
Nina: Well, it started with just, ugh, this whole big stack of wedding materials that Olivia delivered to me from the metro court, and it got a bit overwhelming, and I kept putting off going through them.
Kristina: Thank you!
Nina: “Thank you” for what?
Kristina: I am the queen of procrastination. So I find it quite reassuring to know that Nina, the super-organized Nina, is also someone who succumbs to procrastination sometimes, too.
[ Laughter ]
Kristina: What about you, Willow? Are you as organized as you seem, or are you a secret procrastinator like Nina?
Michael: Well, Willow and I discussed whether we should attend the wedding or not. Ultimately, I left the decision up to her. Well, here we are.
Sonny: Michael, come on. We both know it’s not that simple.
Cyrus: You’re “out of here.” Are you going on vacation?
Ellen: No. I’m out permanently.
Cyrus: This seems sudden.
Ellen: There’s nothing sudden about it. I’ve been working towards this for a while, and it’s finally happening. I can’t wait to see port Charles, Sonny Corinthos, and this whole infected place from my rear-view mirror.
Cyrus: Where are you headed?
Ellen: Texas. Land of the free.
Cyrus: Another prison?
Ellen: All of them. I’ll be overseeing all of the federal prisons in the state.
Cyrus: What about me?
Ellen: You’ll get yours.
Maxie: First, thank you, everyone, for coming. Um, I know this has not been the easiest time for us. Lucy and I, we really appreciate you sticking by us and working hard. As soon as Lucy gets here, we have an important announcement to make about the future of deception.
Woman: Why don’t you save us the time and just give us the bad news?
Maxie: Uh, let me — let me check and see where Lucy is. You know what? She — she must be on her way. So let’s just give her a few minutes. Oh! What are you doing here, Scott?
Scott: Beats me. Lucy wanted me to come back.
Alexis: You’re certain that the pilot said it was Judge Kim on that fishing trip in the Caribbean?
Carly: Yeah, I wanted to make sure, so I looked up judge Kim’s picture on the court website, and the pilot confirmed it. I mean, unfortunately, the pilot signed a non-disclosure agreement, so he can’t say who flies with him on the record, but…
Alexis: Non-disclosures are my specialty. There’s usually a way around them. What I want to know is, did the pilot give you the date of this trip?
Carly: Dates and times.
Alexis: [ Gasps ]
Carly: Apparently they all went down there to go fishing.
Alexis: So the next thing we do is we check judge Kim’s calendar, see if the dates match and if he disclosed his destination.
Gregory: Does Chase blame you for not telling him?
Finn: Everything happened so fast. But he was definitely upset when he left the hospital. And I don’t blame him for being angry at me. I handled this all wrong.
Gregory: No, no, son. I’m not gonna let you blame yourself for this. None of it. T-this was all on me. This is my disease. And I’m Chase’s father. It was on me to tell my son. It wasn’t your responsibility. I was selfish. I shouldn’t have waited so long and delayed the inevitable for as long as I did. And now, because of me, Chase is paying the price.
Chase: I can’t help but think about the time that I spent in a wheelchair. I mean, I-I hoped and prayed that one day I would recover and walk again. And that day that I stood up for the first time… was one of the sweetest moments of my life.
Brook Lynn: Yeah.
Chase: But for my dad… …he won’t get that recovery.
Brook Lynn: This has to be crushing Gregory. How much do you know about ALS?
Chase: Very little. I mean, I did that ice-bucket challenge a few years ago. At that time, I learned that it is degenerative, that there’s no cure, there’s no stopping it.
Brook Lynn: Okay, well, I’m gonna help you find out everything that we can so we know exactly what we’re dealing with, okay?
Chase: I… I j– I — I can’t. Not right now. I-I can’t even imagine what I’m gonna have to say to him the next time I see him.
Brook Lynn: Okay.
Willow: Yes. I have always been one of those annoying organized people.
Kristina: But admit it. How often are you making to-do lists?
Willow: Almost every night. What? I feel comfortable knowing what I have to do the next day and then being able to check it off as I do it. Which is why Michael and I are so perfect together.
Are you serious? Wait.
Willow: Michael is the complete opposite.
Yes! Oh, he is so unorganized. He’s a mess. I mean, listen, Michael is a great businessman. He’s brilliant. But organization? Not his strong suit.
[ Laughter ]
You know, why don’t I put my organizational skills to good use?
By helping you with the wedding. What can I do?
Sonny: It would have been simple enough to refuse my invitation when I asked you.
Michael: I thought the invitation was for both of us. I mean, I wasn’t gonna speak for my wife.
Sonny: Yeah, but you could have made it clear to Willow that she could go to the wedding but you’re not going. Why didn’t you?
Ellen: You do find a way to make it all about you, Cyrus, don’t you? You’ll be fine. You want to know why?
Cyrus: Oh, I’m sure you’ll tell me.
Ellen: Because I have great trust in your ingenuity. You’re like a cat, Cyrus. You always find a way to land on your feet. But now I don’t have to clean up your messes. My promotion came through, and I’ll be in Texas.
Cyrus: You’re welcome.
Ellen: [ Scoffs ] You always take credit for everything.
Cyrus: God helps those who help themselves.
Ellen: And you definitely help yourself, don’t you, Cyrus?
Cyrus: There is just one more thing before you go.
Lucy: …And I want to thank each and every one of you for all of your hard work. That hard work has made deception the incredible company that it is today. Now, I-I’m sure you’ve all heard — and you’re probably talking about it — that we have been hit with a very frivolous lawsuit, one that threatens the very future of deception. Um, and in saying that, that means that we have to make some very, very difficult decisions. Now, those decisions will affect everybody’s lives in this room. Okay, so, on the table is a deal where we would completely relinquish control of deception and we would only be left with 25% stake. Well, obviously, that is unacceptable. Come on. Look at us. We have worked so very hard and we have sacrificed so much to just give in to some — some corporate bully. So in talking to several legal advisors, um… and at a fairly significant personal cost, there is another deal on the table, one that we will retain 49% of the company. So what that means is, going forward, that deception can go on in perpetuity, improving and growing and being amazing for decades to come. You know, I guess what I’m trying to say is I just feel like deception is more than beauty, right? I mean, we’re sustainability and innovation and inspiration. But you know what we also are? We’re really a family. I mean, to me, you’re all my family, one that I have grown to love and to cherish. And I am not gonna let that get away from me. I am keeping it forever. So what I’m trying to say is nobody’s gonna be allowed to take anything else away from us because we are family, fierce, fantastic. And anybody that tries to fight us, we will battle them, and they cannot win if we all just stick together.
[ Applause ]
Brook Lynn: Chase. I’m so, so sorry. This is terrible news. I love Gregory. He’s so smart and funny, and he’s been so welcoming and accepting of me. You know, the thing I love most about your dad is how much he loves your family. You two have such a sweet bond, you know? You’re so close.
Chase: Just not close enough for him to tell me about his diagnosis.
Brook Lynn: I’m sure he intended to. Look. I have to apologize.
Chase: For what?
Brook Lynn: Tracy. She inserted herself where she has absolutely no business.
Chase: Well, if she hadn’t, I still wouldn’t know that my dad has ALS. Although, if I’m being honest, I kind of wish I didn’t.
Brook Lynn: Would it be okay if I stepped out for a little while? There’s just something I want to take care of.
Chase: Yeah. Sure.
Brook Lynn: What are you gonna do?
Chase: I’ll probably just sit here, collect my thoughts, and maybe do a little research.
Brook Lynn: Okay. I love you. So, so much.
Chase: I love you, too. And thank you for listening.
[ Door closes ]
Gregory: I am such a coward for not telling Chase I have ALS.
Finn: Hey. You are not a coward. Don’t do that to yourself. You’re going through a lot.
Gregory: It was bad enough… admitting the truth to myself and then to you. Ever since I was diagnosed, I’ve just been imagining sitting down and — and telling Chase. Imagining the — the look of pain and fear on his face, watching that perpetual optimistic smile of his fade away. Just been dreading it. Or — I don’t know. Maybe — maybe I’ve just been protecting myself. Because as long as Chase didn’t know, then… some little part of me could stay in denial.
Finn: There’s no right way to do this. But I know one thing. You are a hell of a father. I think you’re the best. And I know you’ll do whatever Chase needs, okay?
Alexis: Bingo! Turns out that judge Kim was on vacation the exact dates the pilot provided.
Carly: So that’s great.
Alexis: What it doesn’t say on the calendar is that he was on a fishing trip in the Caribbean or that he was with a politically influential billionaire. And if I were a betting gal, I would say that he didn’t put it on his tax returns that it was a gift.
Carly: Okay. Is this enough? Is this enough to put pressure on Judge Kim to reduce Drew’s sentence?
Alexis: Depends on one thing.
Carly: What’s that?
Alexis: How it’s presented to him.
Nina: Thank you for your offer to help, but Sonny insists that all we have to do is show up.
Kristina: You know, the staff in Puerto Rico is gonna take care of everything. The staff is amazing. You will want for nothing. And the food. Oh! The chef has a Michelin star, so you’re both in for some incredible meals and desserts. And he is taking care of the wedding cake.
Ooh! I can’t wait.
But, really, if you need any help on the actual day with prep — I don’t know — someone to zip up your dress or — or the whole “old, new, borrowed, blue” thing…
Nina: Oh. The “old, new, borrowed, blue” — not needed here. But I would like it if both of you could help me get ready.
Okay! It would be my pleasure to help.
Michael: When I told Willow about your invitation, I let her know that the choice to attend was completely up to her.
Sonny: I see.
Michael: But she wanted to know how I felt.
Sonny: What’d you tell her?
Michael: I told her that I wanted to come. You know, we’re family. And family should show up for big moments in life. Like getting married.
Ellen: Don’t worry, Cyrus.
Cyrus: Oh, I’m not worried, but our business isn’t finished yet. Everything we discussed is still happening. You just need to sit tight and be patient. I can trust you?
Ellen: Trust? Trust doesn’t mean anything now, Cyrus. I’ve erased all of our interactions, eliminated any trace. We’re done.
Cyrus: Who’s replacing you?
Ellen: I don’t know. And, frankly, I don’t care. I’ve done my part. And now you’re on your own.
Donna and Wiley are all buckled in.
They were asleep?
Yeah. They didn’t even budge when I checked their seatbelts.
We’re almost there.
I’m really looking forward to it. And I think Wiley’s going to have a great time on the island.
Sonny: So tomorrow you’re gonna be Mrs. Sonny Corinthos. We’re gonna start a new chapter in our life. And I cannot wait to see where that leads us.
Nina: Me too. You have made me the happiest woman on earth.
Cyrus: I’m actually sorry to see you go.
Ellen: I wish I could say the same, Cyrus, but I can’t.
Cyrus: I have one final question.
Ellen: Ellen: One more is all you get.
Cyrus: Any word on my friend Drew Cain?
Why in the world would you care about Drew Cain?
Cyrus: The man saved my life like Daniel was saved in the lion’s den.
Ellen: Well, it’s a hard den out there, Cyrus. And not everybody is as lucky as Daniel. But rest assured… Drew Cain will be taken care of. And this time, for good.
Carly: Thank you, Alexis. I really appreciate this. And I know it’s gonna mean a lot to Drew.
Alexis: I’m really happy to help. Do you still have the contact information for that pilot?
Carly: I do.
Alexis: Well, use it, will you? See if you can find out anything more. Anything you can find out will be helpful.
Carly: Do you really think the judge is gonna take the bait?
Alexis: I think from what I know about him so far, he’s gonna have a real hard time resisting talking about himself or bragging about his accomplishments to the press. I need to get him in here for an interview, I need to get him talking, and hopefully he won’t stop. Just give him enough rope. And then we got him.
[ Chuckles ]
[ Knock on door ]
Maxie: Lucy, that was a great speech.
Lucy: I know. Wow. But, hey, seriously, I just — I couldn’t let you and everybody else sink because of horrible Tracy Quartermaine. Not on my watch.
Maxie: Thank you. You’re a great friend.
Lucy: Did you happen to see where Scott went?
Scott: You know, Lucy, this decision is crazy. But it’s my kind of crazy. So… let’s celebrate.
[ Laughs ]
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