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Kate: Jason, what a surprise. We haven't seen much of you since you and Sonny terminated your business relationship. I guess that should be expected, except real friendships aren't predicated on whether one is doing business or not. Even so, it would've been nice if you had called ahead.
Jason: I need to talk to you.
Jerry: It's rare to find you at loss for words, especially when the question is so easy. What are you doing here?
Sam: Not that I owe you any explanations, but I've been looking for work as a ship captain. Money's been a little tight since "Everyday Heroes."
Jerry: Ah, yes, fleeting fame.
Sam: I suppose my 15 minutes are history.
Jerry: Well, this warehouse is currently unoccupied. So you trying to find work here would be quite a feat.
Sam: Really? What's your excuse?
Johnny: Lulu, what is wrong? Hey, Lulu, snap out of it and tell me what is wrong.
Robin: What? Am I waddling?
Robin: Yeah, right.
Patrick: You're beautiful. You know, I pictured a lot of things when you got pregnant, but I never realized how sexy you would look carrying my child.
Robin: I know you that think that's a compliment, but it sounds just a tad proprietary.
Patrick: Well, I know it's the Neanderthal in me, but I'm embracing it wholeheartedly.
Robin: Feeling very masculine and potent, are we?
Patrick: I think we should check.
Robin: Oh, how convenient.
Lulu: Please tell me that I'm seeing things, that... a big huge rat just -- just went off running behind you. Because I'm telling you, Johnny, fugitives or not, I cannot live in a rat-infested apartment, no matter how secure it's supposed to be.
Johnny: That's why you screamed your head off? You saw --
Lulu: No, you don't understand. I hate rats. They make my skin crawl. And I know that it sounds girly, but I think it went that way, so can you please check?
Johnny: You sure all we're talking about here is a rat?
Lulu: I hate rats. And if didn't imagine the thing, it is headed for the kitchen where our food is and it's disgusting, so please, just go check. Please, look!
Johnny: Okay, okay.
Nikolas: I'm sorry. When did -- when did I miss this amazing transformation from mild-mannered nurse to super scary spy nurse?
Nadine: I have been telling you all along. I am going to help uncover this counterfeit drug ring. You just haven't been listening and you want to know why? Because you've been too busy ordering me around --
Nadine: But I don't take orders from you. My free time is my own, to do with as I choose.
Nikolas: What if I ask you really nicely?
Nadine: Are you capable?
Nikolas: No. So abandon the insanity and get back to work.
Nadine: When I'm done. I've just verified that Matt's going to be very busy for the next couple of hours, which gives me plenty of time to get into and out of his room undetected.
Nikolas: Listen to yourself right now. What you're contemplating is illegal. You're not a cop, you're not a P.I. and there's absolutely no evidence that Matt Hunter is pushing counterfeit drugs. There you go.
Leyla: Actually, she's overheard several suspicious conversations.
Nikolas: Don't encourage her.
Nadine: Don't condescend. And while you're at it, don't discount my instincts.
Nikolas: Well, don't make me go to Mac Scorpio and tell him you're about to break into his house, thank you.
Nadine: Oh, what an ass. Do you think he'd really tell Mac?
Leyla: No, but he did -- did seem pretty adamant about wanting you to back off. You going to?
Nadine: No. I'm going to prove that everything Nikolas said about my woeful incompetence is totally wrong.
Jerry: Unlike you, I actually have a reason to be here. I'm planning to buy this place to house this import business I'm in the process of starting up.
Sam: Oh, following Sonny's lead into legitimacy, I see.
Jerry: Well, I wouldn't go that far, you know. See, people like us like to put things at risk.
Sam: Oh, "please like us"?
Jerry: Oh, come on. Don't pretend that you don't know that we have a lot in common. And now we even have more, now that I'm dating your mother.
Sam: Oh, come on. That's a cover.
Jerry: I think I'm offended.
Sam: Offended? Really? Your agenda is clear to anyone who knows you, with the possible exception of Alexis. Come on. The only reason why you're dating her is because she's the D.A., and if she stays infatuated with you, she just might turn a blind eye if you decide to go on another crime spree.
Jerry: Wow, that's an excellent strategy. I mean, I wish I'd thought of it. The only reason I'm sleeping with your mother is because she was so determined not to have me and I found it imperative to change her mind. I mean, I'd be happy to do the same with you.
Kate: I realize that you're not the most effusive person in the world, Jason, but some well wishes for Sonny and I would be nice.
Jason: Congratulations. I hope you're happy.
Kate: We intend to be, despite whatever reason you're here for.
Jason: Good. I really need to talk to Sonny.
Sonny: Where you going?
Kate: Oh, I have some errands to run.
Sonny: Well, you don't have to leave.
Kate: But no, I'm going to be back soon.
Sonny: Kate's like a schoolgirl getting ready to go to her first prom, you know? She probably just thinks that you're asking me to come back into the business.
Jason: No. I'm asking if you work for Karpov.
Sonny: You already know that answer. What -- what you probably want to find out is why.
Sonny: Why am I working with Karpov? You and me, we worked together for over 10 years. We were like -- like -- like brothers. So you know -- I mean, you should know that I would -- I would never do anything to undermine you. I mean, I created you. I taught you. I taught you how to strategize. So, based on all those tools that I gave you, what's your take? Why am I working with Karpov?
Jason: Karpov's a heavy-hitter in Europe.
Jason: Means nothing in the states yet, because he needed introductions, somebody just to ease him into the territory without making everybody upset. Now with you in the middle, Sonny, Karpov gets the red carpet rolled out and my hands are tied.
Sonny: That's Karpov's reasons. I'm asking you mine.
Jason: I don't know. Maybe -- maybe you think you're protecting me. I don't know. But I'm standing here telling you you're not.
Anna: Come here, come in.
Anna: Come, come, come, come. Shh. Okay, before anyone kicks off into a great big, fat lecture, I just want to say that Noah and I are aware of the fact that this makes our children incredibly uncomfortable. And we're sorry about that. However, we're adults.
Noah: Yeah, and we actually have been for a lot longer than you guys have, so --
Anna: Yeah, a lot longer. So, what is our business is our business and no one elseís. And we wonder if we could just live and let live.
Patrick: No problem. In fact, the less we know about your adult relationship, probably the better.
Anna: All right.
Patrick: Okay? All right, let's go find our own closet.
Robin: I -- I don't think so.
Patrick: What? Great.
Robin: I need to talk to my mother, so I would appreciate it if you two brilliant doctors would just go do something medical.
Patrick: Thanks. Thanks a lot for that.
Noah: I could say the same thing, you know?
Anna: Bye. See you.
Anna: Do not jump all over me.
Robin: I know it's none of my business. I just have one question for you. Are you really attracted to Noah or is this just residual feelings for Eli?
Johnny: All clear.
Lulu: Are you sure?
Johnny: Positive. No sign of roaches, rodents or any other creepy, crawly organisms.
Lulu: That's good. We've got to get out of here.
Lulu: Well, the horror I saw is probably lying in wait or biding its time until I am unsuspecting or alone. And then there's Lourdes. She knows who you really are, so we can't wait around here and get busted. We have to get out of here, gas up the car and go to Mexico like we planned.
Johnny: Okay, first of all, you're screaming your head off over a rat that's not even there. And now you're jumping out of your skin, ready to run, when we've already decided the best option is for us to stay put.
Lulu: That was before Lourdes and rats.
Johnny: That was also before you started lying to me. Come here. Give me that. Now, one second I'm holding you and everything's fine, and then all of a sudden, you freeze up and scream. I'm asking you nicely.
Lulu: It was Logan.
Nadine: I'm pretty sure no one's home, but you should ring the bell just in case.
Leyla: What am I supposed to say if somebody answers?
Nadine: You'll think of something. Just distract him while I go in another way.
Leyla: Nadine, I'm beginning to see Nikolas' point. This is a really bad idea. You could get yourself into a lot of trouble. Is playing Nancy Drew for the day really worth it?
Nadine: I am trying to bust a counterfeit drug ring. I'd say that's pretty important.
Leyla: You're trying to get Nikolas' attention and so far, so good. But you keep this up and he's going to have to pay attention to you in jail.
Nadine: Okay, we don't have to argue about this right now, so ring the bell. I got to go.
Maxie: Well, hey, what are you doing here?
Leyla: I wasn't sure if you're -- you were going to be home.
Maxie: Well, I am. What can I help you with?
Leyla: I wanted to talk to you about Spinelli.
Maxie: Oh, okay.
Maxie: I think I know where this is going. You like Spinelli, don't you?
Leyla: Yes, very much.
Maxie: That's actually not okay with me.
Leyla: Okay, are you saying Mr. Jackal is spoken for or --
Leyla: Oh, wait, Matt.
Maxie: No, keep going. The less I have to see your arrogant face, the better my life will be.
Matt: Hey, Maxie, here's a solution. Stay out of my face and I'll stay out of yours.
Nikolas: Hi, Carly. I hope you're not sick.
Carly: No, no, I came by to see if you heard anything from Lulu.
Nikolas: No, no, I havenít.
Carly: Would you tell me if you did?
Nikolas: Well, yeah, I'd like to think so, unless there are extenuating circumstances.
Carly: That's reassuring.
Nikolas: I take it you haven't heard from her either.
Nikolas: No. I keep telling myself that no news is good news, that John would protect her, no matter what. I -- I don't know.
Carly: I believe that, you know?
Nikolas: Well, I'm hoping that as long -- as long as she's with him, she's relatively safe. And I -- I don't know. I guess there's some small comfort in knowing that she's not being held against her will. But, see, a downside to that is she's probably not frightened at all because she helped him escape.
Carly: I can't criticize her on that. I know I would've done the same thing.
Nikolas: Yeah, but I think she's a bit more fragile than you are. I mean, lately she's just been flooded with all these conflicting emotions about him, you know? And --
Carly: You've got to be kidding me.
Kate: Nikolas, you should instruct Carly to be nicer to potential benefactors.
Nikolas: Oh, well, you've got my attention.
Kate: Well, very good. I admire what you're doing with the clinic and I'm here to offer my support.
Nikolas: Really? What did you have in mind?
Kate: I don't know. I thought we could bat it around. Maybe I could donate from "Crimson" or we could use my resources for a fundraiser. Whatever you think would be most helpful.
Nikolas: Wow, that's very generous of you, Miss Howard. Thank you.
Kate: But you have to call me Kate.
Woman: Mr. Cassadine, Mayor Floyd on line one.
Nikolas: Right. I'm sorry. I have to take this. Don't go anywhere.
Kate: No, no, I'll be right here.
Carly: Wow, aren't you Miss bountiful?
Kate: Well, I do what I can.
Carly: Yeah, you do. For example, you framed me for lying to Jax when I didnít.
Kate: But Carly, just think about all the times you did lie to him. I think it more than balances out.
Carly: I think you're trying to ruin my marriage. So I'm putting you on notice. I intend on keeping my husband. So when Jax and I work things out, and we will, we're going to be stronger than ever. That's when you need to watch out. I'm coming after you.
Sonny: I guess it's a matter of perception, whether I'm protecting you or not. But I'm telling you, my intention was and is to make sure that Karpov doesn't threaten or compete with you in any way. In my book, that's protection.
Jason: Okay, you know what? You came to see me at the PCPD. You could -- you could have told me this.
Sonny: Well, it would've defeated the purpose and I had no reason to.
Jason: No reason? A European boss is making inroads into my territory through you. And -- and that's not a reason?
Sonny: I'm giving you my word. There's no trouble, unless my word is not good enough for you anymore.
Jason: I'm just going to say that I think making any kind of alliance with Karpov is a huge mistake. But you know what? That's your choice. I also think that no matter what you're telling yourself or what you're telling me right now, the reason you got involved with Karpov is because you miss this business. If that's true, you don't need Karpov, okay? You just say the word and you can have it all back.
Sonny: I made promises...
Sonny: To my family, to Kate, to myself. And as hard as it is, I can't break them. I'm going to say it again. The reason I'm working with Karpov is so that he never compromises your interest. And it deeply disappoints me that you don't know that or at least give me the benefit of the doubt.
Jason: If you were being straight with me, you would've told me the minute Karpov approached you. But you chose not to. I'm sorry. I guess I expected more from you than that.
[Door opens and closes]
Lulu: I don't want you to think that I'm crazy.
Johnny: I don't, so you can drop that thought right now. Come here. Can't you just trust me enough to tell me what's going on?
Lulu: I saw Logan right behind you. He was standing there all bloody with a knife in his shirt, so pale that he was grey. He was as real as you are, like another person in the room. And then, when I screamed, he was gone. How can you not think that I'm crazy?
Johnny: Because you lived through something traumatic. The aftereffects are perfectly normal. But you need to keep reminding yourself that Logan's death was an accident.
Lulu: No, it wasnít. Logan didn't run into my knife. I stabbed it into his stomach.
Johnny: Lulu, stop --
Lulu: You weren't there! You didn't see his face, how scared and surprised he was, like a -- like a little kid who had just been betrayed by the only person he ever trusted in the world. Logan was right. He said I would never get over him, and I never will.
Johnny: I'm no doctor, but it seems to me that what you're going through is post-traumatic stress. You know, your mind hasn't yet caught up with what happened, and it takes a while for everything to just sync up. But I'll tell you as often as you need to hear it. Logan's death was an accident. You were defending yourself.
Lulu: Logan was out of his mind that night, but he was perfectly sane all the nights leading up to it. All the mixed signals that I gave him, the times that I outright lied about my feelings for him -- if I had just been honest, Logan would be alive. You wouldn't be accused of his murder. We wouldn't be on the run. Why wasn't I just honest?
[Knock on door]
Johnny: Should I get that? I don't have to.
Lulu: Has to be Sal or Lourdes.
Lourdes: Joe, are you in there?
Lulu: It's okay. Go get it.
Lourdes: Hi, sorry to bother you, but Sal needs a hand. He needs to move something.
Johnny: Now's not the best time, Lourdes.
Lourdes: Not to be pushy or anything, but it seems to be better for that Sal considers you a friend he doesn't question, rather than to have him wondering why you never leave this apartment.
Lulu: Lourdes is right. Go help Sal. I'll be fine.
Johnny: Will you do me a favor, and stay here until I get back?
Lulu: I don't need a babysitter. Out, both of you.
Lourdes: Sorry to drag him away.
Johnny: I won't be long.
Logan's voice: All you care about is Johnny. You never gave a damn about me.
[Knock on door]
Cody: You said to let you know if I heard anything more about Karpov.
Jason: I'm listening.
Cody: Karpov's been to Sonny Corinthos' house twice that I know of.
Cody: I figured you need proof.
Jason: Sonny's front door is invisible from the street. These were taken from inside the fence.
Cody: I've got experience with recon and surveillance.
Jason: You know you're risking your life, right? For what? You expect to be paid for this or does somebody else pay you, like Karpov? Did he send you to turn me against Sonny?
Robin: Believe me, the last thing I want to do is poke my nose into your personal life.
Anna: Really? Since when?
Robin: I'm trying here, okay?
Anna: Yeah, okay, sure. Just go ahead, poke away. You know, I don't have anything to be ashamed of, really.
Robin: Good, then I think it's important to point out, coming from someone that loves you very much, you were just hurt by Eli very recently, whether you want to admit it or not. And Noah, well, happens to look a lot like him, and not even five minutes later, you're getting hot and heavy with him. I mean, it just kind of seems like a rebound.
Anna: I think that I've always been attracted to Noah, and that I kind of just got waylaid by this whole Eli, rock and roll scenario.
Robin: That's a bit convenient.
Anna: It's kind of inconvenient, really, because that worthless detour I took with Eli, I could have actually been spending time with Noah and getting to know him. I mean, think about it, Robin. He's kind of perfect for me. He's handsome. He's smart. He is wry, funny. He's a survivor. He's much better for me, and we get each other. Plus, we have you and Patrick in common.
Robin: Well, that part weirds me out a little bit.
Anna: Yeah, I know it's creepy.
Robin: But you know what? If you're happy, I'm happy.
Anna: Really? Oh, thank God. Come here.
Patrick: This is that file I wanted you to take a look at. It's more your specialty than mine.
Noah: Come on, come on, knock it off.
Noah: The suspense, it's killing me. Come on, I know you have some judgment about Anna and my relationship, so come on. Let's hear it.
Patrick: You actually want to hear what I think about your love life?
Noah: No, but it's like a 900-pound gorilla standing between us, so come on. Bring it on. Let's hear it.
Patrick: Okay. I think Anna's amazing. I get why you're attracted to her.
Patrick: But Dad, she's not ordinary. She's a spy, for God's sake, and she -- she gives new meaning to the word "independent," and I'm afraid you're biting off more than you can chew right when you finally got your life back on track.
Noah: So you think that I'm going to fall for Anna hard, and she's going to fall for me, and consequently, I'm going to, what, dive back into the bottle? Is that it?
Patrick: Well --
Noah: Well, let me just set your mind at ease. My sobriety is my responsibility, okay? It's not yours, it's not Annaís.
Patrick: Hey, your life, your choice. If you choose Anna, I wish you well.
Noah: Well, I'll take that wish. Thank you, son.
Patrick: You're welcome, Dad.
Kate: Okay, great, so what do you think? We should digest what we discussed and then maybe meet together again in a week or so and compare notes?
Kate: See how the clinic can best utilize "Crimson."
Nikolas: Yeah, that'd be fine. I mean, all this is quite unexpected. I appreciate it. Thank you.
Kate: Well, it's my privilege.
Sam: Hey, hi.
Sam: I hope I'm -- I'm not interrupting anything.
Kate: Oh, no.
Kate: Nikolas and I are done actually, for now.
Sam: Wow, that's quite a rock.
Kate: Oh, yes, it is. I like it.
Sam: I -- I suppose congratulations are in order.
Kate: Sonny and I are getting married in September.
Sam: Great. That's good. I -- I hope it works out.
Kate: Mm-hmm. And do you have doubts, too?
Sam: No, I'm just saying that he's a complicated guy.
Kate: Mm-hmm, he is.
Sam: You probably already know that, though.
Kate: Yes, I do. Complications have been considered and accepted.
Kate: Okay, so I'll see you soon.
Kate: Thanks. Bye.
Sam: Ouch, I almost warned her about Sonny. Oops.
Nikolas: What do you mean, "warned her"?
Sam: Well, I'm just saying, you know, being married to Sonny is sort of like being married to Carly, but hey, not my problem, thank God. Actually, I came here to tell you that I think I found a suspect in the counterfeit drug ring.
Nikolas: Holy God, please don't say Matt Hunter. Please don't say Matt Hunter.
Sam: No, I wonít. I'm going to say Jerry Jacks.
Nikolas: All right, fill me in.
Sam: Okay, I was checking out this warehouse on Division Street. I wanted to see if there was any suspicious activity, and who should walk up but Jerry? And we both lied about the reasons that we were there. He said he was looking to buy a warehouse for some import business. I know he made it up on the spot. I am sure that he's up to something illegal. I know it. Oh, oh, yeah, and by the way, he practically said it -- admitted it without actually saying it, that he's only using my mother to cover his own butt.
Nikolas: No, trust -- trust me. I know. I -- I tried to tell Alexis that he was just using her, but he shuts me down every time I try and talk about it.
Sam: Yeah, well, I think she's setting herself up for a really nasty fall.
Nikolas: Yeah. What else do you have on Jerry? Anything?
Sam: I -- I just told -- no, I mean, that's it.
Nikolas: Well, then everything's just speculation, Sam.
Sam: Really, I have really good instincts, Nikolas.
Nikolas: Okay, but you're -- that doesn't -- that doesn't prove anything. I mean, he could have been in that warehouse for a million different reasons, none of which having anything to do with counterfeit drugs.
Maxie: Okay, here we go.
Leyla: Why is Matt home in the middle of the day? Shouldn't be at the hospital or something?
Maxie: Forget about Matt. He's an obnoxious jerk. Let's get back to Spinelli.
Maxie: I don't know you very well, but you seem nice, and I do know that you hooked up with Patrick while he and Robin were separated. That's fine. Patrick and Robin, they do fight a lot, and you did try to move on, even though that didn't work out for you very well. Been there, done that. I make no judgments.
Leyla: Thanks, I think.
Maxie: Spinelli, on the other hand, he's another story. I'm sure he's in awe of you, which is kind of the problem in a nutshell. Spinelli's sweet and romantic, but he's also naive and vulnerable, and you're like this exotic creature with an accent, and I'm sure where you're amused by Spinelli right now, you're going to end up with some really rich doctor or lawyer, and I think Spinelli deserves better than to be the transition between Patrick and whatever comes next for you.
Leyla: You know, I'm sure Spinelli will be over the moon as to your defense.
Maxie: Well, I am looking out for his best interest. He is my best friend.
Leyla: Well, then maybe you should pay closer attention to what your best friend's trying to tell you, you know? Look, I appreciate your concern. I do. I can tell it's genuine. I can't promise you I won't date Spinelli. I mean, if he were to pursue me, I might be interested, but if it soothes your mind, I'm not actively looking for love or even casual sex. Thanks for listening.
Cody: You said you wanted information. I got it for you.
Jason: Well, I still haven't heard why. What, we met a couple times at the hospital? You don't owe me anything. Why would you risk your life to give me information about Karpov?
Cody: Loading cargo pays the rent, but it's not what I was trained for. I decided to see if I could still do my real work -- isolate a target, follow him, evade security.
Jason: Can you set up a hit?
Cody: Well, they don't call it that in the military.
Jason: Can you do it?
Cody: I did when I was ordered, but I was a soldier then.
Jason: What about now?
Cody: That would depend on the target.
Jason: Not the money?
Cody: I'm not really interested in money. I don't need it to buy drugs no more.
Jason: Good. Good, so you're clean.
Cody: I quit cold turkey while I was in lockup waiting to be tried for murder. I followed Karpov to prove to myself I could still carry out an op. In the process I found evidence he's dealing with Sonny. What you do about it is your own business.
Jason: So, if you were to do something a little bit more dangerous than loading freight, do you think you would go back on drugs?
Cody: I'm in the 12-step program. They teach us to fight our addiction one day at a time. Why?
Jason: 'Cause I have an opening for someone with your experience.
Cody: What kind of work?
Jason: I mean, you'd start out as a driver, maybe some bodyguard work for my accountant Bernie, provide security for him, you would take him where he needs to go, and occasionally make some deliveries.
Cody: Of what?
Jason: Well, you don't really need to worry about that. It's nothing illegal.
Cody: I have got no problems with illegal.
Jason: Okay, there's going to be a trial period, and if things work out and you show that you're reliable, we'll discuss other opportunities, or you can just leave with my thanks.
Cody: I didn't come here looking for a job, but I'll take it.
Jason: Good. Bernie's address. I'll call him, tell him to expect you.
Cody: Appreciate this.
Jason: Yeah, and why don't you wait and see, because you might find out I'm not doing you any favors.
Kate: I brought cannoli.
Sonny: Hey, from that place my father likes?
Kate: Yes, and they're almost as good as Theresaís bakery in Bensonhurst.
Sonny: Thank you very much.
Kate: Nice, right?
Kate: All right, I admit it. I was indulging my own guilty pleasure.
Sonny: No, hey, you -- you know, it works for me.
Kate: You are so easy. So, you want to address the elephant in the room now or later?
Sonny: You mean Jason?
Kate: Can you tell me why he was there? Done with that. I'm finished with that life. You know that.
Kate: Then why was he here?
Sonny: Because he -- I -- Jason doesn't know me as well as I thought he did. He doesn't -- he doesn't know how I think anymore or how I -- how I do things.
Kate: It sounds like he hurt you somehow.
Sonny: He's under a lot of pressure, and he jumped -- he's jumping to conclusions. He thought that...
Sonny: He thinks that I undermine him.
Kate: But you wouldn't do that.
Sonny: No, I wouldn't do that. Thank God that somebody realizes that.
Sonny: After Michael got shot, things between me and Jason have been edgy. You know, because, you know, you were there during the whole thing. Somewhere he turned. And the pressure from running the organization -- you know, there's a lot of -- it breeds paranoia and distress, and you don't know who your friends are, and you're looking over your shoulder, wondering who's going to stab you in the back. I know, 'cause I've been right there, so I understand what he's going through. And I'm -- and I feel sorry for Jason. But I really... can't help him.
Sonny: I'm done with all that, right?
Sonny: My life is with you.
Sonny: And I -- I'm happy.
Carly: Okay, well, you never asked to see me, so I'm assuming this is important.
Jason: I thought you should hear from me first. Now, I need to be able to trust you on this.
Carly: Of course. What is it?
Jason: I think Sonny's back in the business.
Carly: What are you talking about?
Jason: He's working with a Russian named Andrei Karpov.
Carly: That means he's working against you.
[Pounding on door]
Matt: What? What's with this?
Maxie: I had a cheese enchilada in the fridge. It was my lunch, but now it's gone. Suspiciously enough, it disappeared after you walked out of the kitchen, so I was wondering if you could tell me just exactly who the hell you think you are.
Sam: It's okay. Listen to me. Jerry injected you with some mysterious poison, so we know that at one point, he had access to some crazy, weird pharmaceuticals. It's not a far stretch to think that he would be involved in this counterfeit drug thing. Wait a minute. Another thing. I totally forgot. Okay, listen. When I was on the phone with Karpov the other day, I noticed I heard a voice in knew, and I wasn't sure, but I'm almost positive now it was Jerry.
Sam: Uh-oh, we've got trouble.
Scott: I'm sorry to interrupt. It must take a lot of time out of your day to help the poor and the needy.
Nikolas: What do you want, Scott?
Scott: I'm just trying to be friendly. I want to tell you in person that the FBI has added Lulu to their active list. Johnny's accomplice.
Johnny: Lulu? Hello? Lulu?