General Hospital blog - November, 2017

November 1st, 2017

Sam thinks Jason saved her the night before, and that the drugs she was given made her see him with his old face. Jason tells her about Patient 6, and how Sonny and Carly think he's the real Jason. Sam seems convinced that Current Jason is the real one, but when Patient 6 comes by, it's not clear if she really believes that. Andre packs up his office, planning to leave town before his part in the current craziness is discovered, but he does Franco the courtesy of explaining things as he works. While working for the WSB, he developed a computer program that allows someone's memories to be copied and pasted into another person's brain. The WSB wouldn't let him test it, citing ethical issues, but a donor stepped up and provided Andre with two test subjects, Jason and Drew. The technology wasn't completely ready to be used, and Andre was unable to develop a way to undo the process, which means the impostor Jason is stuck with fake memories. Franco's less concerned about that and more concerned with whether Patient 6 is going to target him for his past crimes. As he leaves, Andre gives Franco a printout stating which twin is which. Carly is 100% Team Patient 6 Is Jason, and she feels like it's her fault that everyone believed Current Jason was the real one. Maxie asks Nathan and Amy to continue the Man Landers charade so she can get her job back. They refuse, so Maxie throws a tantrum, complaining that they won't make sacrifices for her after all she's done for them. They give in, which is probably a bad idea. Chet is supposed to come back to Port Charles, but Amy gets a text saying his trip has been delayed, which worries her. Michael and Dante are basically filler, but Michael does say that Jason never seemed like his old self, so it's entirely possible that Patient 6 is the real one.

Forgive me, but I can't wait until Carly finds out that Ava was the person who helped Patient 6 escape the clinic. I wonder if she'll begrudgingly thank her, like she thanked Robin for saving Jason.

Of course we have to make a Sam/Jason plot about Franco. Ugh.

Suddenly Andre's a technology genius? Okay.

No offense, Maxie, but yes, Nathan and Amy's jobs are more important than yours.

November 2nd, 2017

Danny interrupts Sam and Patient 6's conversation, and a confused Sam just introduces her possible husband as a friend. Jason enters, immediately gets territorial, and starts yelling at Patient 6. Epiphany kicks out both Jasons so Sam can have some time to try to process what's going on. Jason confronts Carly for believing that Patient 6 is the real Jason, wondering who that makes him. On the plus side, if Patient 6 is Jason, he now knows that Danny is his son. On the minus side, he also knows that Franco was cleared of all his crimes, Diane got him acquitted, and Carly almost married him. Klein asks Valentin to help him leave the country and create a new identity. Valentin pretends to help but actually calls the police. Patient 6 sees Franco and beats him up, getting himself arrested. Even after he's been handcuffed, he goes back for a second pounding. Carly starts to call Diane to get him released, but when he sees Klein, he realizes this is the perfect opportunity to get some answers. Seeing Patient 6 makes Elizabeth put everything together and realize that Drew is alive after all. Andre says goodbye to Anna, then torches his research on his way out of town. Cassandra invites Finn and Anna to dinner, and instead of telling her that they broke up, Finn says he'll see if they can clear their schedules. He tells Anna that he figured they should "stay together" a little longer so she can continue her investigation. Cassandra tells Valentin about her new buddy Finn and his girlfriend, confused when Valentin says that he thought they broke up. He means Hayden, and is surprised when Cassandra says that she thought Finn was dating Anna.

Is anyone else kind of annoyed with Jason right now? "Put down my wife." "Put down my son." Trying to control whether Sam can see Patient 6. Chill out, whichever one you are.

If Patient 6 is Jason, then at least I finally got my wish for Sam to tell him that he's Danny's father. Now can someone tell him that Maxie and Spinelli have a child together? I really need to see his reaction to that.

Hold on, I need to watch Patient 6 beat up Franco a few more times.

Klein's only been on the show a few weeks but he's already figured out the motto: "Damn you, Cassadine."

Interesting that Epiphany immediately thought Patient 6 was Jason, while Elizabeth didn't.

November 3rd, 2017

Sonny: "This guy is Jason." Diane: "Doubt it." (sees him) Diane: "This guy is Jason, and actually, I suspected all along that Current Jason was a liar." She urges Patient 6 to plead temporary insanity to get out of jail, but a) not going to happen, and b) especially not going to happen when the only thing he's gotten out of Klein is that he was working for an anonymous client. Franco uses Drew's fake death certificate to try to convince Elizabeth that Jason and Patient 6 aren't twins. She basically ignores him and goes to the PCPD to talk to Patient 6 herself. Scott sees him and quickly goes to Franco to tell him that obviously Drew is alive after all. Franco refuses to tell anyone, knowing that his attempted murder of Drew will come out and he'll lose Elizabeth. Alexis tries to gauge Sam's feelings about the two Jasons, and though Sam implies that she thinks Patient 6 is the impostor, it's still not clear if she believes that. Jason hires Curtis to look into Patient 6, suggesting that he start with Franco, because of the picture of him and Drew. Curtis breaks into Franco's art room and finds the fake death certificate. Sonny questions Ava about her encounters with Jason at the clinic, still suspecting that she might be behind what's going on. Griffin defends her, insisting that she could have been killed for helping him escape. Sonny is disgusted that Griffin left the priesthood for Ava, predicting that she'll corrupt him. Elizabeth tells Monica about Patient 6, but since Monica hasn't seen him and had that magical epiphany everyone who sees him has had about his identity, she thinks he's a fake.

After all this "now that I think about it, Current Jason is so un-Jason-like that Patient 6 is obviously the real one" stuff, it would be hilarious if it turned out Patient 6 is the impostor.

Oh, you had doubts about Jason being Jason, Diane? Did you? Because you weren't exactly vocal about them.

If Elizabeth forgives Franco for lying yet again after all this comes out, she's even dumber than I thought.

Scott to Franco: "I don't know why I waste my time on you." PREACH!

Welcome aboard the S.S. Denial, Monica. Tonight is make-your-own-sundae night!

November 6th, 2017

Franco can tell that someone was in his therapy room, but he doesn't have a clue that it was Franco. Diane urges him to drop the charges against Patient 6, threatening to use Franco's past against him if he doesn't. Franco refuses, saying that Patient 6 is dangerous and belongs in jail. Elizabeth tells Patient 6 about Drew, though she believes Franco's story that he died as a child. She defends Franco to Patient 6, who's able to dismiss her actions with "Jake Doe" when he came to town, but not her choice of boyfriends. He wonders if she kept his identity secret because deep down, she knew that he wasn't really Jason. Jason asks Sam to tell him she believes that Patient 6 is the impostor. She hesitates, making him think that's all the answer he needs. Curtis sends him a picture of Drew's fake death certificate, plus a sketch Franco did of Jason's old face. Sam and Jason confront Franco, who tells them about Drew, how he "died" as a child, and how Franco doesn't think Patient 6 is Jason's twin. Sam warns that whoever Patient 6 is, he may continue to target Franco for the things he did to Jason. Then she assures Jason that she has his back. Valentin accuses Anna of using Finn to use Cassandra to get to him. She tells him that she thinks Cassandra is dealing opioids, and Valentin is so impressed with her honesty that he tells her Cassandra invited him to work with her. Anna suggests that he accept and serve as Anna's spy. Meanwhile, Cassandra makes noises about wanting Finn to work with her. Scott tells Alexis that Julian has been beaten at Pentonville, and it's not the first time. He thinks she should visit Julian and give him a reason to live so he'll stop getting in fights. Diane overhears and cautions Alexis that getting involved in Julian's life would be like falling off the wagon. Alexis says she knows, then goes to Pentonville anyway.

Isn't it a conflict of interest for Diane to defend a man for attacking one of her former clients?

So much other stuff has been going on that I didn't even think about how Cassandra's business makes her Sonny's newest threat.

Yeah, Anna, Valentin's not a dope dealer! Just a kidnapper and murderer! P.S. Why in the WORLD would you consider asking a man you can't trust to work with you?

Welp, our extended Julian vacation is over. It was great while it lasted.

Scott's worried about Julian? Voluntarily? Ava's not paying him to pretend he is?

November 7th, 2017

Valentin refuses to help Anna, even threatening to expose her investigation if she doesn't keep him out of everything involving Cassandra. But after Cassandra befriends Nina and Charlotte, and shows Valentin pictures of their time together to let him know how easily she can get to them, Valentin agrees to work with her. Maxie and Amy fight a bunch over a Q&A article Amy's supposed to be writing to accompany the Mr. and Mrs. Ask Man Landers article. Maxie whines that Nathan keeps taking Amy's side, and that they didn't treat her fairly, and whatever, she's being a child. She makes sure she gets her way by rewriting the intro with lies, which means the three have now officially committed fraud. Finn and Monica work on a John Doe patient whose opioid addiction has led to him developing pneumonia. Monica's fed up with the opioid epidemic, and Finn's own battle with drug dependence has made him want to commit to ending it. They think that the patient's a veteran, and past surgeries may have been how his addiction started, so it's not that surprising when Amy IDs the patient as Chet. Alexis wants to know who's targeting Julian at Pentonville, but he won't tell her. She tells him about Patient 6, then won't talk to him about Sam, so I'm not sure what the point was. As Julian's being taken back to his cell, another patient gets aggressive with him, reinforcing Alexis' fears that he's not safe behind bars.

Did Nina steal Charlotte's ice cream? Not cool, Reeves.

I'd have some sympathy for Maxie if she'd stop acting like a 12-year-old.

I guess when Franco's not on, Finn picks up his snacking habit.

Ugh, they're going to turn Chet's storyline into a PSA, aren't they?

Also not getting any sympathy from me: Julian. Go away, Julian.

November 8th, 2017

Sonny pays Klein's bail, then has him grabbed for an interrogation. Klein continues to insist that he doesn't know whose orders he's taking, and what he did to Patient 6 was business, not personal. Once Patient 6 makes bail as well, he and Sonny double-team Klein, waiting for his boss to call. They don't have to wait long. Nina wants Nelle to be Maxie's assistant as well, until she gets settled in her new job, and Maxie's suddenly a jerk, so it's not going to be easy. Nelle needs money and asks for a raise, but Nina's hesitant to give her one while the company is changing hands. Later, Nelle runs into Valentin and realizes that she can use the photo of Cassandra kissing him to make him talk Nina into giving her the raise. Chet would like Amy to leave him alone. Amy would like Chet to be quiet. Valentin is ready to accept Anna's offer to work with her, though she's wary of his motives. When Finn finds out that she has a potential new colleague, he's not happy. Chet's situation has made him want to play spy again, even if it means he puts himself in danger. Nelle tries to get Michael to turn to him during this latest of Corinthos family crises, but he won't budge on being done with her. Carly thinks Michael should talk to Patient 6 about his relationship problems, like, doesn't he have enough to deal with right now? Nathan tries to comfort Amy but finds that without her writing his advice for him, he doesn't know what to say. When he laments this to Maxie, she tells him that showing up and caring are good enough.

Patient 6 was more worried about what Carly might have bought him than he was with getting out of lockup.

Between Michael and Nelle's breakup and the possible return of her best friend, Carly's having a really good November.

I thought Nelle was being smart in asking for a raise, since she's being asked to do more work, but that went out the window when she told Valentin to get Nina to give her a raise instead of just demanding hush money from him.

Amy and Nelle should live together. Nelle needs a roommate, and Amy's just up and moved to Oregon.

November 9th, 2017

Klein's client, who uses a voice modifier so he can't be identified, has decided he's too much of a liability and cuts him loose. Brick is unable to pinpoint the client's exact location, but he's in Port Charles. Sonny tells Patient 6 that he can decide Klein's fate, and when Klein asks what he can do to save himself, Patient 6 requests that he finish what he started with Ava. Klein hands over the formula for Ava's treatment, which Patient 6 delivers to her on a flash drive. Even though everything's coming up Ava, she wants her beauty back, so Patient 6's delivery comes at a good time. While Cassandra buddies up to Nina some more, Valentin reminds Nelle that he warned her not to mess with anyone he loves, because he'll hit back harder. Since he won't give in to her blackmail, Nelle goes straight to Nina and shows her the picture of Cassandra kissing him. Her plan backfires, though, as Nina sees the time stamp on the picture, accuses Nelle of holding on to it for blackmail, and fires her. She then confronts Valentin, who swears there's nothing to worry about, though he also admits that he and Cassandra haven't completely cut ties. Oscar finds a mix CD his possible father made his mother, but Josslyn and Oscar have to make up a story to borrow a CD player from Sonny so they can listen to it. They can't glean anything from the songs, and wonder why the couple broke up. Jason is really grumpy and needs to stop taking his anger out on Sam. She thinks Patient 6 is an innocent party, but Jason thinks he's being coached, and that he could target Danny. It's a really, really good thing that Jason isn't at the penthouse when Patient 6 drops by for a visit.

Sonny, it's time to tell Patient 6 why Ava's so awful, so he'll stop doing nice things for her.

Valentin to Nelle: "I can make you disappear." Me: "Don't tease me, man, just do it."

For someone who is often very dumb, Nina can also be extremely smart. I'm not sure I would have jumped to blackmail like she did.

It's ironic that Carly's daughter is so bad at lying.

November 10th, 2017

Sam catches Patient 6 up on her life, then uses Alexis' continued love for Julian as a comparison to how she can't have someone she loves in her life. Jason tells Monica that he may have a twin, which just makes her wish that Alan were still around. She also assures Jason that she believes he's the real one, and that he always has a place in the family. Jason gets home to find Patient 6 holding Scout, so we can add "get away from my daughter" to the growing list of things he's snapped at his possible twin. Jordan visits Sonny to ask for Klein's phone, which Sonny won't hand over. Carly channels Diane to argue that the chain of custody of the phone will mean it's never allowed as court evidence, so it doesn't matter. All Sonny will tell Jordan is that Klein's client was in Port Charles as of an hour ago. Carly again laments convincing everyone that "Jake Doe" was Jason, but she also feels bad for basically abandoning him the second Patient 6 showed up. She and Sonny head to the penthouse to fill Sam and Jason in on recent developments, arriving just as Sam is announcing that the two Jasons need to stop fighting. Jordan follows soon after and reveals that Jason's DNA proves he's Jason Morgan...but so does Patient 6's. Kiki isn't sure a doctor can actually use Klein's research to help Ava, which leads to Ava throwing a tantrum and accusing her of wanting to be the only pretty one in the family. Kiki snags the flash drive and takes it to Griffin and David, who both say that no doctor will want to implement what's on it without substantial evidence that it's safe and will be successful. Alexis tells Ava that Julian's being targeted in prison, but since Julian won't pay her any attention, she's not going to help. Alexis points out that Ava must have mob connections who can tell her if there's a crime family behind the attacks. Ava thinks Alexis wants her to take over dealing with the situation so she doesn't have to admit that she still loves Julian. Alexis decides that Liv might have some answers, but to communicate with her, she'll have to go through Nora. Alexis also basically tells David that she's too busy worrying about Julian to keep dating him right now, but David's willing to wait.

No, guys, we're not going back to the name Jake Doe. Pick something else.

I think we've now seen Patient 6 holding Scout more than we've seen Jason holding her. And unlike with Danny and Jake, her paternity isn't in question.

Monica Quartermaine, everyone. She'll call your mother a "greedy, golddigging tramp" right in front of you.

Idea: Put a hidden camera in Ava's penthouse and show Griffin footage of how she acts when he's not around.

November 13th, 2017

The Jasons decide that they must be twins, and that with Betsy gone, only Franco can shed light on which of them is Drew. Meanwhile, Franco tells Scott again that he's not letting go of the secret – he thinks Elizabeth will go back to whichever Jason doesn't end up with Sam. The Jasons, Sam, and Jordan ambush Franco, who confirms that Susan had twins, but pretends he thought the death certificate was real. He passes suspicion on to Andre, since he provided the death certificate, saying that he split before Franco could follow up on it. Later, Franco burns the sheet Andre gave him that tells which Jason is which. Carly feels bad that Sam is in such a tough situation, and that Jason, who she's sure is actually Drew, will have to accept that Jake and Danny aren't his kids. Sonny suspects that Patient 6 will back off and let Sam be with Jason. Nelle runs into Michael and tells him that she's no longer working at Crimson – not because she did anything wrong, mind you, but because Maxie forced her out. He suggests that she go back to the office and try to make Maxie hand over her last paycheck. When Nelle shows up, she overhears Maxie and Nathan talking about how Amy's the real Man Landers, and how much trouble they would be in if people knew. Alexis goes to Llanview to ask Nora to talk to Liv about testifying that she coerced Julian into committing the crimes he's in prison for. Nora refuses, since that would open Liv up to reevaluation. She also won't tell Alexis who paid Liv's legal fees, but Alexis is determined to find out. Nathan encourages Amy to keep supporting Chet, even though he continues to push her away. Amy announces that when he's released the next morning, he'll be coming home with her whether he likes it or not. If he declines, she'll have him committed as a danger to himself. Lulu confides in Maxie that she feels unfulfilled and wants another job. She mentions a former dream of becoming an investigative journalist, but she's not sure she could pull that off while being a mother.

"The Jasons" keeps cracking me up. Also...hee hee hee...they were dressed alike today. Hee hee hee hee hee.

It's official: Nelle is a pathological liar. She and Franco should get together.

I'm not sure why Amy thought Nathan could help Chet – Finn's the one he should talk to.

Lulu has talked in the past about wanting some adventure, so investigative journalism would be a good fit for her. I'm not sure she can jump into it without a degree, though.

November 14th, 2017

As Sonny suspected, Patient 6 is willing to give up Sam without a fight, much to Carly's disappointment. As Sam has flashbacks to the beginning of her relationship with Jason, Carly tells her bluntly that she'll have to choose between the Jasons – and she thinks Sam already knows that she's not married to the real one. Diane tells Jason that she can no longer be his lawyer, since she's going to help Patient 6 prove that he's the real Jason. Patient 6 isn't interested in reclaiming his name or assets, but he'll do it if it means he can give everything to Sam. Monica confirms to Jordan and Anna that Andre has left his job and she doesn't expect him to come back. Anna happens to know exactly what he was working on at the WSB, so she and Jordan have an idea of how there can be two Jasons. For once in his miserable life, Valentin tells Nina the truth, revealing that he's going to work with Anna to bring down Cassandra's business from the inside. Nina wants to help, since Cassandra thinks they're buddies, which puts her in the perfect position to get closer to the enemy. Jason thinks Sonny will talk Patient 6 into going after Aurora, since it's in Jason's name and could legally belong to him. He wants to focus on building up the company, so he interviews a potential COO, Peter August. Peter's less interested in things like benefits and job responsibilities than he is in which twin is which. Monica visits Patient 6, apparently having decided he's the real Jason after all. She loves both twins, and she thinks they'll eventually be able to get along. Alexis ignores Diane's advice to keep her distance from Julian and instead tries to figure out who paid Nora to defend Liv. It takes very little work for her to guess that it was Valentin.

Why would Sonny encourage Patient 6 to go after Aurora? He would want him back in the mob. On that note, someone please remind Jason that Patient 6 can't take Scout from him. Again, her paternity isn't in question.

"We're believing Franco now?" I mean, right? Thanks, Anna.

A Cassadine saying "meet cute." Talk about cognitive dissonance.

So...Peter's evil, right? He's Klein's client? Or at least works for him? Yes?

So now, all of a sudden, Monica has changed her mind about the Jasons?

If past sibling rivalries are any indication, the two Jasons will be best friends within six months.

November 15th, 2017

Alexis threatens to tell Sonny that Valentin may have colluded with Liv if Valentin doesn't get her to testify on Julian's behalf. Valentin can't risk it, so he goes to Llanview and tells Nora he'll stop paying Liv's legal bills if she doesn't convince her to testify. Nina tells Cassandra that she knows about her past connection to Valentin, but makes her think she still wants to be friends and has no idea what else is going on. Nelle interviews for a job in GH's daycare, lying to Laura about her reasons for leaving Crimson. Laura's just about to hire her when Lulu stops by and tells her what Maxie said about Nina firing Nelle for doing something shady. Desperate for some quick cash, Nelle decides to sell her dirt about the real Man Landers to a tabloid. Lulu thinks Maxie's pregnant, but Maxie's in denial, because maybe if she says it's bad timing enough, it won't be true. Julian tells Scott to try to get Alexis to stay away from him. Scott's like, "Have you ever known her to follow anyone's orders?" He also can't find any basis for appeal, so as of right now, Julian's stuck serving his full sentence (or as much of is as he can complete before he gets murdered). Nathan uses Amy's own advice to remind her that she needs to take care of herself so she can help Chet.

Why would a judge listen to a woman who's in a psychiatric facility because she's not sane enough for prison?

Nelle might have gotten the job by telling Laura, "I hate Valentin. Let's be pals."

Lulu needs a plot, and it needs to be light, because Emme Rylan does great with comedy.

How is the book in paperback already? Eh, whatever. This show has two characters who think they're the same person. Realism isn't its strong suit.

November 16th, 2017

Even though she doesn't have definitive proof, Nelle is able to collect 3/4ths of her reward for the story about Man Landers' true identity. As an added bonus, Crimson may go down in the fallout. Chet leaves the hospital and goes to Maxie and Nathan's, where Maxie's about to find out if she's pregnant. Nathan's still off with Amy, so Chet gives Maxie a message for her husband: Tell Amy to move on with her life. Maxie tells Chet that he needs to be more grateful because Amy's worked hard to help pay for his medical care. This is the first he's heard about this. Just as Amy and Nathan show up, Maxie tells Chet that Amy's the real Man Landers. Sonny comes close to telling Patient 6 about Ava's part in Morgan's death, but he decides he doesn't want to talk about it. When Patient 6, Ava, and Griffin run into each other and act like buddies, Carly bursts Patient 6's bubble by revealing what Ava did to Morgan. Ava is minus one friend, and has to endure yet another public smackdown from Carly. Jason's upset by the news and goes off to the bridge to be alone. Sonny, who's been having a text conversation with someone, guesses that he'll be cheering up soon, probably thanks to a visit from someone who joins him on the bridge. Carly invites Oscar and his mom to Thanksgiving with the Corinthoses, and Oscar admits to Josslyn that he still hasn't told her who his girlfriend's stepfather is. He listened to the mix CD again, picking up on a theme of water, and adding that to his place of birth, San Diego, he and Josslyn decide that his father may have been in the Navy. Oscar suspects that he's a former sailor named Oscar O'Brian. Ava again asks Griffin to finish Klein's work on her, and he again says no.

*Jean-Ralphio voice* Nelle is the woooooooorst!

I can't believe (and honestly, I'm a little disappointed) Maxie didn't play the "you should be nicer to your sister; at least yours is still alive" card.

Somewhere, Jerry's offended that Sonny doesn't consider him a suspect in the Jason/Patient 6 mess.

I also can't believe they didn't ruin the cliffhanger like they usually do. My money's on Robin being on the bridge – they've already said Kimberly McCullough would be making an appearance, and this would put her in town for Thanksgiving.

He's a little young, but could Chet be Oscar's father? What branch of the military was he in?

November 17th, 2017

Robin joins Patient 6 on the bridge, and though it takes her a while, she eventually comes around on him being the real Jason. He tells her he's less interested in proving who he is or getting his identity back, and more interested in finding out who was behind the whole thing. Nathan tries to keep Maxie from continuing her announcement to Chet, but Amy thinks it's time for him to know everything. He's grateful to her for everything she's done and promises to keep it quiet. Maxie's about to tell Nathan the results of the pregnancy test (sure sounds like it's positive) when she and Nina learn that Nelle's story has hit the news. Curtis has had no luck finding Betsy or meeting with Heather (who, for once in her life, isn't talking to anyone), so Jason sends him in Andre's direction for new leads. Moments later, Jordan presents him with the same task. Curtis easily hacks Andre's private accounts and tracks the IP address he used to send Franco's painting back to him. Nina injects herself in the middle of the Sam/Jasons situation by telling Sam she can relate to Patient 6; after all, she also woke up after years away and found that the person she loved had moved on. She thinks Sam is scared to admit that she might not be married to the real Jason, and that she may be in love with two men. Sam insists that she loves her husband and the life they've built, but the fact that she won't call Jason by his name is pretty telling. Elizabeth wants to tell Jake about Patient 6, and though Franco and Jason both raise objections, she wins. Jake accepts the news better than anyone so far while Franco confirms Ava's suspicions that he's afraid whichever Jason isn't Sam's husband will make a play for Elizabeth. Ava can relate to being with someone good who could easily be corrupted by a broken partner. Franco sees Elizabeth and Jason hugging, so now he probably thinks she's going to kick him out and go back to her ex. Ava searches the Internet for a doctor who will help her.

He had to have been in his 20s at the time, but Steve Burton looks no older than 18 in the '90s flashbacks. Similarly, Kimberly McCullough, who was around 18 at the time, now looks no older than 30.

"Maybe we can have a playdate with Noah and Scout!" And someday you can tell them about how Noah's dad and Scout's mom were engaged once.

Shouldn't Jordan tell the Jasons about the memory mapping? Maybe Curtis will take care of that.

They couldn't have Sam do those scenes with anyone else? Like Molly? Come on.

Kiki's outfit today was weird, but it did look like something a student would wear while studying.

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