She walks up to Jax sitting at a table.
Jax: (rising) Hey. (Alexis sits) How did it go with Nikolas?
Alexis: It was terrible. First, he wouldn't let me in.
Jax: You? Ms. Persuasion?
Alexis: Then he set the dogs on me.
Jax: No, he did not. (she places a rag on the table in front of him)
Alexis: Do you think you can restore that, or is it too late?
Jax: (he picks up the object from the rag, and sees that it is a glass eye)
Alexis: (taking her glasses off) April fools.
Jax: (he puts the glass eye over his right eye) That's very funny.
Alexis: It's very funny. (they both laugh)
Alexis: Actually, you helped me without even knowing it. What you said to me about
being everyone's justification for the wrong's they do? That's true for Nikolas, and it hit home with him.
Jax: I bared my soul to you, and you used my pain?
Alexis: Used your pain for personal gain. How can I ever make it up to you?
Jax: You can fly with me to Geneva tomorrow.
Jax walks up to the table after making a phone call.
Jax: All set. The jet's hired. I'll be piloting, and I will be furnished with
phony ID's. And if you're having second thoughts, now would be a good time to say so.
Alexis: Why would I?
Jax: Well, I have a feeling Ned might object. I mean, this isn't a pleasure trip,
Alexis. We'll be taking on Helena Cassadine again.
Alexis: Ned will understand.
Jax: No, he won't, and you know he won't.
Alexis: Life was simpler before I knew I was a Cassadine. (Jax smiles)
But this -- this, folks, was the life I was born to.
Alexis: (continuing) Started off on a ledge all by myself. But now --
now, it's almost as if I'm on the top of the mountain, and when I'm finally able to see what's on the other side, it's everything.
(pausing) It's me.