GH Transcript Thursday 1/17/02



General Hospital Transcript Thursday 1/17/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

>> Previously on "General Hospital" --

Gia: Hey, wait a second!

Nikolas: I'm sure this was just an honest mistake.

Courtney: All I want to do is get my car fixed and go home.

Melissa: Edward, come on. Come on. Edward, wake up.

Alice: The hotel just called.

Alan: It's father?

Alice: A heart attack.

Monica: Oh, my God.

Stefan: Bye for now.

Nikolas: You go find that freedom and that happiness.

Gia: You were on the phone with bankers. As far as I'm concerned, this is a rescue mission. Wow. Did you know this was here? Is it real? You know what --

Nikolas: Gia! Gia! My God.

Gia: It's probably from the Italian renaissance.

Nikolas: Everything in this house is real. Gia, we don't have to throw it. You know, if you want something appraised, then we can just call --

Gia: You know, wasn't it sweet of Stefan to leave me a key to every room in this house?

Nikolas: You locked us in.

Gia: And you're not getting out until I say so.

Lucky: Hey.

Elizabeth: Hey.

Lucky: You all set?

Elizabeth: Yes, except I seem to have misplaced my jacket.

Lucky: You know, I'm sure it's probably around here somewhere. I'm going to get the hot chocolate to go, okay?

Elizabeth: You taking me someplace cold?

Lucky: No hints. It's supposed to be a surprise. Unless, of course, you've changed your mind. I mean, which is fine. There's no pressure on this thing at all.

Elizabeth: No, no, no. I'm really glad you thought of this. It'll be fun.

Lucky: Okay, then. I'll get the hot chocolate.

Elizabeth: Okay.

Lucky: All right.

Sonny: I don't gamble much, if that's what you're asking.

Courtney: Me, either.

Sonny: Well, it doesn't surprise me considering you're underage.

Courtney: I wouldn't anyway. Janine always says that betting is for suckers. Only the owners make any money.

Sonny: Yeah, well, she's right.

Courtney: How do you know? Do you own a casino?

Sonny: A few, Caribbean.

Courtney: How many is "a few"?

Sonny: Uh -- more than one, less than a dozen. Let's go.

Courtney: Oh, we're going there?

Sonny: You said you wanted a hamburger and this is the best hamburger in town unless you changed your mind. I mean, we can go somewhere else. Whatever you want to do.

Courtney: No. No, it's fine.

Sonny: All right. All right.

Elizabeth: Sonny, hey.

Sonny: Hey.

Elizabeth: Hey, I've been meaning to call and thank you. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt.

Courtney: No. Go -- go ahead. I'm going to get a table.

Elizabeth: Okay. The other night on the pier, it was a little confusing. I just wanted to thank you for everything that you've done and not just for Lucky and Zander, but for me, as well.

Sonny: Hey, it's okay.

Lucky: Hey. Hey, uh -- if you came to repay that money you owe Nikolas, I wouldn't worry about it, you know? He can more than afford what he gave you.

Sonny: Excuse me a second. Ahem. You borrowed money from Nikolas Cassadine?

Lucky: Um -- it's not what you think. It was three bucks. It was for some copper wire.

Elizabeth: Wait, Lucky, she's the girl that --

Lucky: You know, I told Elizabeth that you came in here for a loan to fix your car.

Courtney: What they're trying not to say is that I -- I got caught trying to steal a 20 from one of their friends.

[Jackhammers whirr]

Carly: Mm-hmm. Don't you love that beautiful noise?

Zander: What's that, table saws?

Carly: Construction. You see, that there is the sound of my dream coming true.

Zander: No, wait a second. I want to check it out first.

Carly: Zander, it's okay. Nobody is waiting in there to threaten me. Sonny took care of it.

Zander: All right, well, you know, just in case.

Carly: You see?

Zander: Yeah.

Carly: It's fine. Nobody's waiting. It's just a mess. But it's fine.

Zander: Well, I'll let you get to work.

Carly: But, you know, I could use some help cleaning it up.

Zander: You know, I wouldn't -- I wouldn't know where to put stuff.

Carly: Oh, well, guess what -- neither do I.

Zander: Well, besides, you know, I should check in with Sonny.

Carly: Okay, nice try, but, Zander, you don't get off that easily.

Monica: All right, well, get him straight to cicu. Run a C.B.C., Chem10, and a cardiac enzyme test. I'll be there in about 10 minutes. Yes, he's right here.

Alan: Don't wait for me. I'll meet you there.

Monica: Okay.

Alan: This is Alan Quartermaine. I want you to reserve an O.R. for my father. He may need surgery. And tell Dr. Wilson to wait. He may have to assist Dr. Selwyn. You can leave everything for me at the cicu. I'll take care of it when I get there.

Skye: I'm going with you.

Alan: Why on earth would my father want you at his bedside considering you're the one who put him there?

Sonny: Give this to Nikolas for me.

Courtney: Oh, no -- I said they -- they caught me trying to steal the 20. In the end, I only borrowed a few bucks.

Sonny: Thank him for helping my sister.

Lucky: Your sister?

Courtney: Well, half. We just found out.

Sonny: Lucky, Elizabeth, this is my sister, Courtney Matthews. Courtney, this is Lucky Spencer, Elizabeth Webber.

Lucky: Hi, it's nice to meet you. Wow. Sonny -- I mean, your brother has been a great help to Elizabeth and I, and I wanted to thank you for keeping Elizabeth safe all this time.

Courtney: I guess you must be in danger a lot.

Elizabeth: No. No, except maybe from frostbite. I forgot my gloves.

Lucky: Oh, yeah. I'll go get those for you. You want to wait for the hot chocolate?

Elizabeth: Yeah, sure.

Lucky: Okay. It was nice meeting you.

Courtney: Finish your conversation. I'll just go get that table.

Elizabeth: Hmm, a sister. That must have been unexpected.

Sonny: Very.

Elizabeth: Well, then, I won't keep you long. I just again wanted to say thank you for getting me away from Helena and giving me a place to stay.

Sonny: I hope you were comfortable.

Elizabeth: Well, an ocean-view suite at your island casino? It was a little tough, but I managed.

Sonny: You're welcome anytime you want.

Elizabeth: Don't tempt me. Forget I said that. I'm very, very happy to be home. My life is finally getting back to normal, and Lucky and I are -- we're trying way too hard, aren't we?

Sonny: Was that a question?

Carly: You've been in a bad mood all morning.

Zander: Well, that's what happens when I let some low-rent hood jump me and scare you half to death.

Carly: Okay, how were you supposed to know that anyone would be stupid enough to try and shake down Sonny's ex-wife? Look, anyway, Sonny -- he took care of it. All that's left now is to clean up this mess.

Zander: All right, fine. I'll help you if that's the way I can get out of here.

Carly: Good. Oh.

Carly: Okay. You know what? Why don't you sit down?

Zander: I'm fine.

Carly: No, sit down before you fall down.

Zander: I'm fine, I'm fine. I just probably shouldn't be lifting things.

Carly: You know what? You got hurt protecting me. Okay, I don't want you to get hurt even worse.

Zander: I'll be fine.

Carly: Look, I am not talking about your ribs. I'm talking about the rest of your life. Sonny will never tell me how he handled Rosco. Okay, but he might tell you if you ask him, so do me a favor -- don't.

Zander: Maybe I want to know.

Carly: You know too much and then you cross a line. Once you do, you can never go back, okay? Look, it is too late for Sonny. He can't change how his life is, but you still can.

Zander: Sonny's already told me this.

Carly: Okay, so, well, you know what? You should have listened because a life in the mob is not what it looks like from the outside. It is not about all the things you can have. It's about what you cannot have.

Zander: I've known what it's like to have nothing, Carly. I sat in a jail cell, waiting to be sent to death row, knowing that the only person that cared about me was Emily, that I didn't matter to anyone, not even myself. Sonny came in and he gave me a chance to live. And when he gave me a job, I started to count for something. Sonny respects me.

Carly: Zander, he respects you because of who you are, not because you work for him. He would much rather you probably went to college --

Zander: Carly, I'm fine. I'm doing what I want to do. I'm where I want to be.

Carly: Well, will you at least be careful? You know, because I don't make friends easily and I don't want to lose you.

Zander: I'm not going anywhere.

Carly: Good. Oh, yes, you are -- yes, except to the doctor.

Zander: Oh, God. Are we back at this?

Carly: Yes, yeah.

Zander: I stayed on your couch just to convince you that I was fine --

Carly: Mm-hmm, yes, and you were in agony the entire night long, so either go to the hospital, get your ribs checked out, or you can listen to me nag for as long as it takes until you do go to the hospital.

Zander: Fine, fine, I'm going. I'm going.

Carly: Good.

Zander: I'm going.

Carly: Good. Do me a favor -- really go. Don't just lie to me and say you did.

Zander: You want a doctor's note?

Carly: Yeah. That'd be nice. Zander?

Zander: I was joking. I'm not going to get you a doctor's note.

Carly: Sonny isn't the only one who respects you. Add me to the list.

Melissa: How are his vitals?

Amy: Well, they could be better.

Melissa: Did they run a cardiac?

Amy: Monica ordered a complete workup.

Melissa: Are you sure? Will you please just double-check and make sure they ran a Chem10?

Amy: I'm sure that she did, but I'll call anyway.

Melissa: Thank you.

Amy: You know, Melissa picked a really interesting time to get written into Edward's will.

Melissa: Edward? It's Melissa. Can you hear me? Well, you went and had a heart attack, which proves what I've always believed to be true -- you have a heart. Your family's on their way and they're going to want to yell at you as much as I do, so you just hold on, my friend.

Skye: You can't possibly mean what you just said.

Alan: My father's in the hospital with what is probably a massive coronary.

A.J.: Grandfather has a heart condition. It's not like Skye arranged to have him fed to a pack of wild dogs.

Alan: Well, given the fact that you were both blackmailing him, I'd say that the chances were excellent that you caused the heart attack.

Skye: Maybe it's not as bad as they say. I mean, he was perfectly fine when I left him at the hotel room.

Alan: You saw my father? When?

Skye: Earlier today.

Alan: Did you fight with him?

Skye: Well, we aren't exactly on the best of terms.

Alan: Did you fight with him?

Skye: Yes, I fought with him, okay? And he said some terrible things to me, but nothing quite as bad as what you're saying to me right now.

Alan: You better pray he survives.

Skye: Of course I want him to live! I never meant for this to happen.

Alan: I don't give a damn what you meant. You stay away from my father. Both of you.

Skye: Don't do this. It wasn't my fault.

Melissa: Edward? Mr. Quartermaine, can you hear me?

Edward: Am I dead?

Melissa: No, you're not dead. Your family's going to be here any minute.

Edward: Are they sorry yet?

Monica: Hi. Oh, good, you're awake. How are you feeling?

Edward: Like my chest exploded.

Monica: Well, it almost did. Dr. Selwyn told me that you were the one that found him and performed C.P.R. Thank you. Melissa saved your life.

Edward: I knew you were good, but they wouldn't believe me. Nobody -- nobody ever listens.

Monica: Edward, Edward, you need to be quiet and preserve your strength.

Melissa: Dr. Quartermaine's right. You should just -- just lie still and let the medicine take effect.

Edward: No, please stay.

Melissa: I'm going to go on duty. I'll be back to check you later.

Monica: Is there anything I can do to make you more comfortable?

Edward: Don't tell Lila. I don't want her to worry about me.

Monica: Lila loves you. She would want to know.

Edward: You think I'm going to die.

A.J.: Skye, don't. Don't do this. Come here. Sit down. Listen to me. If Grandfather dies --

Skye: Oh, don't say that.

A.J.: He tried to send us to prison for blackmail.

Skye: It doesn't mean I wanted him to have a heart attack.

A.J.: Especially if you're the one to blame.

Skye: I don't care about blame.

A.J.: Try living with it for a few years. It might change your mind. You never met our brother, Jason. He's not a nice person. He used to be until one New Year�s Eve, I drove his head into a tree. The family's never really forgiven me for that. Doubt they ever will.

Skye: Look, what happened to grandfather is completely different.

A.J.: I'm not sure the family will agree.

Skye: You blame me, too.

A.J.: I blame Grandfather. But I'm not a hypocrite, and I refuse to stand around wringing my hands over him.

Skye: Look, I want to go there now and be with him, okay? I don't care what anybody says -- I didn't cause this.

A.J.: Well, Dad's right about one thing -- if the old man should die, things around here are going to get a whole lot worse before they get better.

Gia: Is Mrs. Lansbury amazing, or what? I mean, I ask her to fix us a snack, and she comes up with all this.

Nikolas: So why don't we just go thank her personally?

Gia: No, sorry. We're not going anywhere.

Nikolas: Gia, this is serious. All right? My uncle just left the country; he is trusting me to run the estate. I can't let him --

Gia: Stefan has only been gone a few hours and you're acting like there is nothing in your life except duty.

Nikolas: No, that's not true.

Gia: You bet it's not because you have me, and I happen to love you enough to give you exactly what you need even when you're fighting me every step of the way.

Nikolas: Oh. So, what is it you think I need exactly?

Gia: Time alone with me.

Nikolas: And you're sure about that?

Gia: Oh, yeah. I can read you like a book.

Nikolas: Then you probably know that I like my dessert first. After all, I am the prince and most of the time, I do get my own way.

Gia: Oh! You are such a cheat!

Nikolas: No, give it up. Come on, give it up!

Gia: No, in your dreams!

Nikolas: Don't even think about it, Gia.

Gia: Uh-huh -- too late.

Nikolas: I can't believe you just did that.

Gia: Well, if you hadn't tried to double-cross me, then I wouldn't have had to.

Nikolas: Gia, we're locked in here. That was probably one of a kind, so what now, huh?

Gia: Now I get what I want.

Nikolas: Hmm. Okay.

Elizabeth: Thank you.

Waitress: You're welcome.

Sonny: You can go ahead and put that on my tab. I'm going to -- I'm going to order.

Waitress: Sure thing.

Elizabeth: Thank you. Lucky's taking me on a mystery date. We're getting to know each other the way we are now -- no expectations.

Sonny: I hope it works out for you.

Elizabeth: It will. Great.

Lucky: You ready?

Elizabeth: Yes.

Lucky: All right.

Sonny: All right. You guys -- you guys have fun.

Lucky: Thanks.

Elizabeth: We will.

Lucky: You, too.

Elizabeth: Take care.

Lucky: I got your jacket.

Elizabeth: Okay.

Lucky: Good-bye.

Sonny: You change your mind about the hamburger?

Courtney: You're not upset that I tried to steal?

Sonny: You know what? It concerns me that you put yourself in a situation where you had to.

Courtney: But stealing itself -- it isn't a problem for you?

Sonny: Sure it is. How could I make money if I let people rob me?

Courtney: Have you ever stolen anything?

Sonny: Do you want fries with your hamburger?

Courtney: I thought you were going to do that.

Sonny: I know you did.

Courtney: Were you and your mom poor, too, when Mike left?

Sonny: Do you want coleslaw? You want a b.l.t.? Michael likes those.

Courtney: Michael's your little boy?

Sonny: Yeah.

Courtney: Is he named after you? Daddy called you Michael, so I figured that must be your real name.

Sonny: Michael Corinthos Jr.

Courtney: I guess that means that Daddy's real name is Mike Corinthos.

Sonny: Well, you know what? I don't know because I never checked. There's nothing real about Mike anyway.

Courtney: Huh. At least he came to find you.

Sonny: Hamburger?

Courtney: Medium with cheddar cheese, no onions. And fries.

Carly: Now, if you can't deliver by the day we agreed upon, then let me know and I'll find somebody who can --

Courtney: Oh, God, sorry!

Carly: Hello? Hello? Damn it. Why don't you watch where you're going?

Courtney: It was an accident.

Carly: Yeah, well, you know, if the phone's broken, you can pay for it.

Courtney: Are you always this rude or am I special?

Carly: Why don't you ask the creep that you were with the other night?

Courtney: Are you giving me attitude because of A.J. Quartermaine or is this about my brother?

Carly: I don't even know who your brother is.

Sonny: I am.

Alan: Hi. Hi. I'm so glad you're awake.

Monica: I'll leave you two alone for a little bit. I have to check with Dr. Selwyn anyway. Okay, now, no fighting, you two.

Alan: We promise. Am I right?

Edward: You're here.

Alan: Yeah, we came as soon as we heard.

Edward: You don't hate me?

Alan: You have hurt and disappointed me many times. And I, you. But I don't hate you, Father. I love you.

Edward: You look scared.

Alan: Not at all.

Edward: I am. I love you, too, son. More than you'll ever know.

Melissa: Hello, Dr. Quartermaine. Mr. Quartermaine, I'm going to update your records.

Alan: Thank you, Melissa. You close your eyes now. Get some rest, okay?

Edward: Don't tell your mother.

Alan: We have to get Mother.

Monica: I already called her. Oh, God, how did this all happen?

Skye: You know what? I can't be here right now. I'm going to go to a meeting. Come with me?

A.J.: Collective support system doesn't work for me.

Skye: All right. Well, look, I'll leave my cell phone on, and you call me if there's any word, okay?

A.J.: Skye, I can't stop you from beating yourself up. But what I can tell you -- he's not worth it.

Skye: I can't remember the last time I've heard you be so mean.

A.J.: The old man treats us like dirt. I refuse to waste any more time on him. My priority now is getting what I want. Why don't you join me?

Skye: No, thanks. I think it's time I rethought some things.

A.J.: Maybe the family hasn't beaten you down enough yet. They will. And finally, you snap. You get angry and you stay angry. Not guilty. Not sorry. Just mad. And ready to get even, like I am.

Carly: I'm -- I'm sorry. I didn't realize this was your sister.

Courtney: So now you know.

Sonny: Is there a problem, Courtney?

Courtney: No problem. I'm leaving.

Carly: Hey, you know what? I shouldn't have snapped at you. It doesn't mean you have to leave.

Courtney: I'm not hungry after all.

Sonny: Okay, you know what? Can you just give us a minute?

Carly: Yeah, sure.

Sonny: Why are you leaving?

Courtney: I told you, I'm not hungry. Besides, I got to get some things.

Sonny: Things? What so you mean, things?

Courtney: Shampoo, toothpaste. You know, things.

Sonny: All right. Well, then you're going to have to -- you're going to need some money, right? Here.

Courtney: $300 for toothpaste?

Sonny: Well, for whatever -- whatever you need, unless you -- you want some more? I'll give you more.

Courtney: No, this is fine.

Sonny: Okay. I'm going to have Johnny drive you wherever you want to go.

Courtney: I -- I'd rather walk.

Sonny: Okay. You don't -- you don't know your way around.

Courtney: If I get lost, Janine -- she taught me how to dial a phone. See you.

[Courtney laughs]

Carly: The waitress said you ordered these.

Sonny: Yeah. Do me a favor. Next time you're in the mood to pick a fight, choose anybody besides my sister.

Elizabeth: You know, you better let me do that.

Lucky: No, no, no, because, see, the deal was, all you had to do was show, and I would take care of everything else.

Elizabeth: Okay, but if I don't lace my own skates, I'll break my ankle, which will shatter my confidence for the rest of my life, thereby eliminating the only sport that I can actually do better than my sister.

Lucky: Just because you skate better than Sarah doesn't mean that you skate better than me.

Elizabeth: Oh, really? Since when, "Mr. I can't skate without a hockey stick"?

Lucky: I can't believe you fell for that.

Elizabeth: The way I remember it, you were doing all the falling.

Lucky: Okay, well, if you can't tell when somebody's pretending to be nice about something just to make you feel more important, it doesn't mean --

Elizabeth: You mean, just like that?

Lucky: Yes.

Elizabeth: To make me feel better?

Lucky: Is it working?

Elizabeth: Well, I will be more impressed if you could manage to get up by yourself. Come on. Oh!

Lucky: Whoa! Nice move.

Elizabeth: Did you plan this, too?

Lucky: You know, you're beautiful when you laugh.

Lucky: You know, last time when we went skating, I would fall on purpose to make you laugh. And every time you helped me up, I gave you a kiss.

Elizabeth: Is that why you fell today?

Lucky: Maybe.

Elizabeth: What are you feeling?

Lucky: I don't feel the way that I remember.

Elizabeth: Thank you for being truthful with me.

Lucky: You know, you didn't let me finish. Whatever I am feeling, I like it. Just -- you happen to be, you know, a bit ahead of me right now.

Elizabeth: Just like in skating.

Lucky: That's right. I just need a few lessons. But don't worry. I'm a fast learner and I'm extremely motivated.

Elizabeth: Well, let's start on the ice. And if you show promise, we can go from there.

Lucky: That sounds like a deal.

Alan: I should have stopped this.

Monica: Oh, come on, Alan. I don't see how.

Alan: My father has used his heart condition like a bargaining chip, but it is for real. I should have intervened before this thing got out of control.

Monica: I don't see how anyone could have prevented this.

Alan: I can think of one person who shouldn't have been able to go anywhere near him.

Monica: Okay, okay. Look, let's just concentrate on his recovery right now. I'm going to go on in and check on him, okay?

Alan: What are you doing here?

Zander: Looking for the x-ray room.

Alan: I'm sorry. I jumped to conclusions. My father just had a heart attack. I just assumed that you were going to go in there to see him.

Zander: Does Emily know?

Alan: No, not yet.

Zander: She's going to be upset. She loves the old guy, even though he's a jerk to her.

Alan: If I decide to bring Emily down here to see her grandfather, I don't want you to go anywhere near her.

Zander: I won't go near Emily unless she calls me. She won't. Someday, I'm going to stop thinking about her. I've already stopped thinking about the rest of you.

Alan: I think that's best for all concerned. What happened to your face?

Zander: Oh, it's nothing.

Alan: Radiology is down the corridor to your left.

Zander: Thanks.

Zander: I hope your father makes it.

Alan: Do you really?

Zander: He's a liar and he hates me. And I'm glad I never have to see him again, but he always thought that he was fighting for his family. And that counts for something.

Alan: That's very gracious of you.

Zander: For a deviant, right?

Alan: You're not a deviant. Deviants don't change. You obviously have.

Zander: I moved on. I'm not sure how or when it happened, but it did.

Carly: You going to eat both of these?

Sonny: No.

Carly: Good, because I'm starving.

Carly: Isn't this when you're going to leave?

Sonny: And stick you with the check?

Carly: So --

Sonny: Ah.

Carly: That was Courtney.

Sonny: Yeah.

Carly: I didn't mean to run her off.

Sonny: Sure you did.

Carly: Okay, I did. But that was before I knew she was your sister. I mean, come on, can you blame me -- I mean, for not figuring it out? There's not a real strong family resemblance between the two of you.

Sonny: No.

Carly: Must be a big adjustment.

Sonny: Well, you know, for Courtney. I mean, you know, she's the one that just found out her whole life was a lie.

Carly: Mike lied to you, too.

Sonny: It's not a surprise.

Carly: Look, he wanted to tell you he was afraid and he did --

Sonny: Well, he should have been afraid.

Carly: Okay, so what are you going to do now? Because he just left a fully grown half sister at your doorstep.

Sonny: You should have seen when Courtney found out. She was crying, begging for answers, calling him Daddy. He did the same thing to her. You know, he promised he loved her, promised he'd never leave. And then he threw it all away for a card game.

Carly: And it's killing you, isn't it?

Sonny: I'm all right. Courtney's all right, too, I guess. You know, she smiled a little bit this morning.

Carly: Well, until I showed up.

Sonny: Were you two guys really fighting over the cell phone?

Carly: Look, let's just say that your sister's got lousy taste in friends.

Gia: You like it?

Nikolas: Absolutely.

Gia: Oh, I almost forgot. There's entertainment.

Nikolas: Oh. You're going to belly-dance for me?

Gia: No.

Nikolas: Ah.

Gia: I'm going to tell you a story. It's called "The prince who did too much."

Nikolas: Oh. Could we just skip right to the end? I'm not in the mood for stories.

Gia: Okay, fine by me. Which ending do you prefer? In one version, the prince is accidentally buried alive under a mountain of paperwork and never seen again. And in the other version, the princess leaves him and he's too busy to notice.

Nikolas: What happens if he wakes up and reforms himself in the nick of time, thanks to his true love? Hmm?

Gia: I'll take option C.

Nikolas: Good. Me, too.

Gia: You know, I know you've been busy and you have a lot of things on your mind, but just please don't shut me out. You know, I can't help you or us from the other side of a wall.

Nikolas: I want you with me every step of the way. I love you, Sparky.

Lucky: So what t hmm?

Elizabeth: I think you have enormous potential as a hockey player.

Lucky: Oh. You know, just because I can't do sit spins and the flying whatchamacallits --

Elizabeth: Oh, you did fine.

Lucky: Well, I'm going to even do better. What do you say we go to Eli's for some ribs and maybe go catch a movie --

Elizabeth: Lucky, I'm a little cold. I need to go home and change my clothes. And then I want to spend some time in the studio -- alone.

Lucky: Uh -- okay. Maybe tomorrow?

Elizabeth: There's no rush. Whatever is meant to happen will happen, and whatever's not --

Lucky: We're meant to happen, Elizabeth. I know it. Just trust me. Trust me, Elizabeth.


Edward: Hmm.

[Edward sighs]

Edward: I -- I dreamt that -- that I was floating away. And I couldn't stop until I found a scent to guide me back. And it was your perfume. Hmm.

Lila: You are not going anywhere, darling. I forbid it.

Edward: Hmm. Hmm.

Skye: What were you doing in there?

Melissa: I'm one of the nurses assigned to Mr. Quartermaine.

Skye: Oh, how convenient, considering you get half of his estate if he dies.

Melissa: If you'd excuse me --

Skye: No, I don't think that I will. The last time I saw you, you were kissing my grandfather good-bye outside his room at the Port Charles Hotel. Oh, and it was quite a party. Champagne, cheese blintzes, cigars -- not exactly the approved diet for a cardiac patient.

Melissa: Excuse me. I don't have time for this.

Skye: Oh, I think you'll make time, Nurse Bedford. Or should I say, Nurse Hheiress?

Alan: What is going on here?

Skye: Now, that's what I'd like to know. If you're looking to accuse someone of causing Grandfather's heart attack, look at her.

Sonny: How would you know anything about Courtney's friends?

Carly: Well, I saw her at Luke's the other night. Your little sister is not shy about throwing attitude around.

Sonny: Neither are you. The difference is she's a young kid who's had her whole life blown apart.

Carly: Well, did I know that at the time? No, I didn't.

Sonny: No, but now you know, so be cool.

Carly: Didn't you hear me apologize?

Sonny: I'm awed by your generosity of spirit. But just keep it going because I think she's been through enough.

Sonny: So, what went on between you and Courtney? Who started it?

Carly: Me.

Sonny: Well, at least you admit it.

Carly: Okay, I was not picking on your little sister. I had a problem with the guy sitting next to her.

Sonny: Who?

A.J.: Courtney.

Carly: You should warn your little sister about some of the types of men in this town.

Sonny: Who, Carly?

Carly: She was with A.J.

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Carly: I didn't know that she was your sister.

Courtney: This is starting to feel like more than a coincidence. You're after something.

Melissa: When Edward recovers, he's going to explain everything that happened. And you're going to be seen for the spiteful, vindictive liar that you really are.

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