General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 4/9/02
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Nikolas: Helena has nothing to do with the choices I make.
Laura: Well, then I'm very proud of you.
Roy: Luke, nothing justifies murder.
Felicia: It's over.
Luke: No, it's not over, not yet.
Nikolas: You make sure you come at me with all you've got. Be ready for what you get back.
Lucky: Is that a warning?
Nikolas: No matter what you do, Lucky, I will win.
[Knock on door]
Felicia: Hi. I realize I'm probably the last person you expected to see.
Laura: Close. What is it? Has something happened?
Kristina: Oh, good. I was hoping you'd be home.
Kristina: All right, I have sworn off meddling, and I have tried to leave this one alone, but I was sitting at this coffee house listening to this truly pretentious singer/songwriter/poetess who is not at all right for l&b. Anyways, I realized that, you know what? This is family.
Alexis: Kristina, what happened? Just get to the point, and how bad is it?
Kristina: It's Nikolas.
Alexis: What has he done?
Kristina: Well, that's the thing. I'm not exactly sure, but I have a feeling that it's awful.
Elizabeth: All I'm saying is think about it.
Lucky: No, Elizabeth. It's a no-brainer. Nikolas doesn't get a chance to mess with your mind and manipulate you in order to protect Gia.
Elizabeth: Nikolas --
Lucky: I'm turning him in.
Elizabeth: Lucky, Nikolas is your brother.
Lucky: Well, it didn't seem to matter to him.
Elizabeth: And you know what? No one knows better than I do how hard it was for you guys to even acknowledge each other, let alone bond. Having him arrested is something you can never take back. I don't want you doing something irrevocable because of me.
Mac: Okay. Yeah, we'll be ready. Transfer all set?
Taggert: All systems go, Sir.
Lucky: What -- wait a minute. What is this? Hold on a second. Hey, Dad.
Luke: Hey. Whoa. I guess good news travels fast.
Lucky: I didn't know anything about this. Who found her?
Luke: Well, who do you think? It wasn't Port Charles' finest. Why are you here?
Lucky: It's about Nikolas.
Luke: Yeah? What about him?
Lucky: He helped Helena escape.
Lucky: And I know why.
Luke: Look, we've all felt the sting of Helena’s control. She's a master manipulator. Nik's her grandson. The pressure on him must have been enormous. So I'm trying to stay sort of neutral as far as he's concerned. You know what I mean? But if you want to blow the cover, you know, that's okay with me. But if you want to cover up the cover, that's also okay. In other words, it's totally up to you. Think about it.
Felicia: I think Luke would have killed Helena on the spot if Roy hadn't had been there to talk him down.
Laura: Thank God for Roy.
Felicia: He made Luke realize that killing Helena would just be a win for her --
Felicia: And that Luke would have to go to prison and that he would miss out on his second chance with you. Which is what he wants. It's what he's always wanted.
Laura: Thank you. So Helena is hiding out in a freight yard, and Luke -- well -- is he all right?
Felicia: He's -- he knows that Helena escaped before, so he doesn't trust the police to handle her on their own.
Laura: Oh, right. So where are they now?
Felicia: Helena's being transferred to a federal prison tonight, but when I left, they were on their way to the PCPD.
Laura: I'm going over there.
Laura: I think it's kind of cute.
Felicia: Well, thank you! I was working undercover. It was in the same bar that Luke and Roy came in. I was waitressing.
Laura: Look, you don't have to explain. I'm not worried.
Laura: I got to go.
Felicia: Okay. Well, congratulations. You must feel very relieved.
Laura: Oh, I wish it were that simple, but where Helena’s concerned, it really never is, but I do appreciate the heads-up.
Felicia: You're welcome.
Laura: Shall we?
Scott: Hiya, beautiful.
Bobbie: Hey, Scott. What you doing here?
Scott: Well, you're killing me with your enthusiasm in seeing me.
Bobbie: Oh. I'm sorry. It's just, you know, I just -- I'm tired. I've been doing taxes all day because Luke and I are getting audited, and then I had to come in at the last minute because it turns out I had to cover for somebody, so I'm just kind of like dead on my dancing feet, so, actually, if you were thinking you were going to come here to, like, drag me off and go nightclubbing or something, I'm sorry, but it's not going to happen tonight.
Scott: No, no, no, no, perish the thought there, Bobbie. I need a little recouping time myself before I put the dancing shoes back on. However, I do have good news for you. You're Lucky that you know such an influential guy like me that knows things ahead of time.
Bobbie: Okay. You got my full attention.
Scott: Well, your tax-evading brother has found Helena. She's going to be handed over to the federal boys, and then she'll be the guest of honor up at Sing Sing, and you have nothing to worry about for the rest of your life.
Kristina: Alexis, out of nowhere, Elizabeth storms in and she's furious.
Kristina: About all sorts of things -- bribery, false accusations, mind control.
Alexis: Mind control.
Kristina: Yeah, I think it had to do with the accident. Elizabeth accused Nikolas of trying to make her remember it in a way that it didn't really happen.
Alexis: In other words, it was Gia's fault?
Kristina: That's what it sounded like.
Alexis: And what did Nikolas have to say?
Kristina: Well, I didn't really hear because he took Elizabeth aside. But I must say that he didn't look apologetic at all. Why don't you look more surprised about this?
Alexis: Because I've had my suspicions.
Alexis: Alexis Davis. You know what? Will you do me a favor and stop calling? I have no idea where Helena Cassadine is.
Kristina: Where -- where are you going?
Alexis: Helena's been captured.
Kristina: I'm going with you.
Lucky: Perfect timing. Nikolas just saved you another trip out to Spoon Island. See that guy? My brother? The person that I stood up for, defended against my father, against Helena? He's a criminal, and I want him arrested.
Gia: Lucky, are you on drugs?
Lucky: No, I'm not. And I haven't been drinking, either.
Mac: Look, Lucky, I realize you and your father have no respect for this department. You stroll in here willy-nilly whenever you want to have another go-around with the Cassadines.
Lucky: No, this is -- this is not just another family spat, Commissioner. It goes much deeper than that. Why don't you ask Helena? Go ahead. Ask her. Ask her how Nikolas helped her escape.
Mac: That's a serious accusation.
Taggert: One that can get your brother arrested.
Lucky: Oh, no, wait a minute. It gets better than that. And you'll be personally interested when you find out his motive.
Taggert: You have the floor.
Lucky: Well, it's kind of noble, in a way. I mean, I can't say that I don't understand because I might have made the same choice if it didn't involve somebody that I care about! Nikolas turned his back on everybody that he claimed that he loved and everything that he claimed he had in order to save his fair lady. I mean, boy, what a prince.
Gia: Don't listen to Lucky. He's a raving lunatic who happens to be furious with Nikolas at the moment. Look, you're right, Mac. He is wasting your time.
Lucky: Really, it's kind of ironic when you think about it. I mean, remember how down you were on Gia? And what did you call her? Common, unworthy of taking on the mighty Cassadine name. But now look. She proved to be your perfect ammunition to blackmail Nikolas. Boy.
Elizabeth: Lucky, you don't have to do this.
Lucky: Yeah, Elizabeth, I do. You see, Helena found out that Gia had been drinking the night of the accident and it was Gia who ran the red light, not Courtney. And thanks to Nikolas and all his power over at the hospital, Gia never had to take a blood-alcohol test. And he also paid off the only witness. But the wild card? Elizabeth, because she was unsure because of her head injury. And I know for a fact Nikolas never missed the opportunity to get in there and reshape her mind to Gia and his version of the events. I mean, mind games! I mean, you got to hand it to a family that sticks to what they're good at. It's got to be some sort of inherited gene, you know, like eye color. Go ahead, Helena. I mean, feel free to step in if there's anything that you feel that I left out.
Helena: Nikolas, it would serve you right if I did confirm every detail.
Bobbie: You know what? I just need, like, one minute, okay? Just give me one minute.
Amy: Scotty, what did you just do to Bobbie?
Scott: I didn't do anything to Bobbie. She's okay.
Amy: I don't know. She doesn't seem okay. She actually seems upset.
Scott: No, no, she's fine, all right? She's just taking a little minute to, you know -- not everybody needs to be jabbering all the time, Amy, you know?
Amy: Yeah. Okay. Well, I don't know. Is there something I can do?
Scott: You know, as a matter of fact, there is. You could finish up her paperwork over there because I think she needs to be officially off duty right now.
Amy: Her paperwork?
Scott: Paperwork, yeah. You know what paperwork is?
Scott: And it's fun to do, so --
Scott: Could you help us out, please, Amy? Thanks.
Amy: Scotty --
Scott: No, please. Thank you.
Amy: You set me up for this.
Scott: Please, please, please. Thank you. Thank you. I'll send you a box of steaks, all right?
Amy: Scotty --
Scott: Bobbie. Hi.
Bobbie: Hey. Hey.
Scotty: Amy's a little concerned about you.
Bobbie: Why? I'm fine.
Scott: I'm a little concerned about you.
Bobbie: No, I'm fine. You know, hey, you just gave me really good news, and I'm happy. Thank you.
Helena: Well, Laura. How delightful. Well, you of all people should not miss this spectacle -- one of your beloved sons accusing the other of heinous acts.
Laura: What's going on here?
Helena: Oh, patience, my dear. All is about to be revealed.
Gia: Please don't do this, Helena.
Helena: Well, are you appealing to my better nature? Your naiveté is almost endearing, but obviously you haven't been listening. I don't have a better nature.
Roy: You got that right.
Helena: Well! The bastards are here. Come in! Come in -- no, the more, the merrier. I just love these warm family moments played out for all the world to see.
Kristina: What did we just walk in on?
Alexis: Nothing good.
Helena: But I must ask for your forgiveness, so I want your collective nod of approval for so shamelessly indulging your attention. I know you're all waiting for me to confirm or to deny Lucky's story, and for those of you who just came in, let me bring you up to speed. You see, Lucky, rather shockingly, has accused Nikolas of facilitating my escape in order to protect Gia from a charge of causing an automobile accident while driving under the influence of alcohol. Oh, and there are other things that I would truly love to tell you about my grandson and the heroic lengths he went to on my behalf. I would love to spin a tale of Cassadine legacy winning out over all odds and of a son proudly carrying out his father's legacy. But sadly, I cannot do that because my sad excuse for a grandson, this clone of Stefan, doesn't have the fortitude. No, he's weak and pathetic, and he fills my heart with shame. No, Nikolas, I finally take you at your word. You are no Cassadine. The sad truth is you're not much at all. No, Commissioner, though it pains me to say this, this ungrateful young man had absolutely nothing to do to help me.
Lucky: You lying witch!
Roy: Hey, hey.
Taggert: Hey, hey, calm down, calm down.
Lucky: She's lying!
Taggert: Then don't worry. The truth has a way of coming out one way or another.
Alexis: As much as I find this floor show entertaining, I have to question the relevance. Why is a convicted criminal allowed to spew her garbage all over the squad room floor? And, more importantly, why are we all standing around listening to it?
Luke: Look, look, look, listen to me now. If anybody's going to choke this bitch to death, it's going to be me. She's mine, not yours. And if what you want is justice for Elizabeth, this is not the way to get it.
Lucky: Oh, you're damn right I want justice. I want him to pay for it, too.
Luke: Okay. You got it out in the open. It's part of the public record now. The best thing you can do is take Elizabeth and go somewhere away from here before the both of us get arrested for assault. Go on.
Helena: It does the heart good, doesn't it? Seeing the next generation pick up where ours left off.
Kristina: You're wrong, lady. I am a part of the next generation, and I'm going to see to it that all the poison in this family is as much a part of the past as you are. You know what, Helena? Time has passed you by. Your reign of terror officially ends tonight.
Helena: Well, you're absolutely right. No. You're right. No, my reach doesn't go very far through the bars of a prison window. Lieutenant, I'm weary. I'd like to see my next accommodations.
Luke: Well, let's go.
Taggert: Excuse me?
Luke: I'm going to be with you until you put her on the van to Pentonville.
Taggert: You're not going anywhere.
Helena: Well, you'd have to understand the personal nature of our relationship.
Taggert: Yeah, well, I'd rather skip that. No, Luke, it's against procedure.
Luke: Well, then shoot me because I'm not letting her out of my sight until she's in federal custody!
Mac: You know what, Lieutenant? The hell with procedure. He's earned it. Besides, if you witness Helena getting on the van to Pentonville, maybe you'll get off my back.
Luke: It's a promise, bubba.
Taggert: Commissioner, if it's all the same with you, I'd rather stay here, if you could let another officer do the transfer.
Mac: No, you're handling it, Taggert.
Taggert: But --
Mac: You heard me.
Luke: Thank you, Mac.
Helena: Thank you for giving me a shoulder to rest on.
Luke: God. She never gives up, does she?
Nikolas: How did you know to come?
Alexis: A reporter told me she'd been caught. Are you all right?
Nikolas: Just ready to get out of here, that's all.
Gia: Yeah, that makes two of us.
Nikolas: So I'll call you?
Mac: Not so fast. I'd like a word with you both.
Mac: Have a seat, Nikolas.
Nikolas: My brother and I are going through a difficult time. In fact --
Alexis: Nikolas --
Nikolas: When I look back, I realize that I should have seen this --
Alexis: Please. Don't say anything. You haven't been charged with anything. Why help them go on a fishing expedition?
Nikolas: Alexis, I appreciate your advice, but I really have nothing to hide. You see, Commissioner, you know this. Helena has done terrible things to Lucky. She's tried to change his mind, alter it at its foundation, whatever you want to call it, and in some ways, I will say that it worked. Lucky realized that he couldn't love Elizabeth anymore, that he lost the ability.
Mac: You know, I'll say this for the Cassadines -- you never show up here without an outrageous story.
Gia: It's all true. It's been killing Lucky. I mean, he has tried so hard to get the feelings for her back.
Nikolas: And he hasn't been able to, so he's angry. He has every right to be. You know, my family has been at war with his for decades. People have been hurt, lives ruined, even ended. When something like this happens, he almost -- he has to blame me, you know?
Mac: Because you're a Cassadine.
Nikolas: If you want to say that, yeah, because I am. There's something else I was hoping I wouldn't have to mention.
Alexis: Then I'm going to strongly advise that you don't --
Nikolas: Alexis, we are doing this my way!
Alexis: Oh --
Nikolas: My brother threatened me.
Mac: The nature of the threat?
Nikolas: Nonspecific. He just said that he would get me, and here we are.
Gia: Baby, I know how much Lucky's attitude hurts you, but just don't forget, I love him, too, okay? And we will find a way to get through this.
Mac: Thank you for your cooperation.
Nikolas: Well, I'm always here if you need me.
Alexis: Call me first.
Gia: Thank you, Commissioner.
Nikolas: Thank you.
Nikolas: You need to do something. Lucky is out of control. He's having problems with Elizabeth, it has nothing to do with me, and it's making him nuts. I mean, come on, making these false accusations, trying to get me arrested? That's overboard. He'll listen to you. Please speak to him for me.
Laura: I can't do that. I love you, Nikolas. I always will. But I cannot go to Lucky for you.
Nikolas: Why is that? I don't understand that. You're my mother. Why can't you do that for me?
Laura: Nikolas, you lied to me, right to my face. And don't make it any worse by trying to deny it now. You lied and I know it.
Nikolas: Forget it.
Scott: Hey, I -- I waited.
Bobbie: I see that. But you didn't have to.
Scott: Are you glad I waited?
Bobbie: Yes. I'm glad you waited. Scott, I -- you know what? I think the reason why I reacted the way I did when you told me about Helena is because I've been putting in really long hours here and I haven't been getting enough sleep.
Scott: Nurse, could you tell me where radiology is?
Scott: Radiology. You work here, don't you?
Bobbie: Yeah. What's this?
Scott: Well, I'm talking to you the same way you're talking to me -- like a stranger. Bobbie, we go back a lot of years. You've helped me out of a lot of bad times in my life and you were always there, and when I try and talk to you and help you, you're pushing me away like you always do.
Bobbie: Always do?
Scott: Yeah, yeah. I mean, you know, we go out, we're having a good time, we're drinking, we're, you know, laughing, and, you know, I'm pulling your chair closer, and then this wall just kind of comes down.
Bobbie: I'm sorry. I didn't realize I was doing that.
Scott: Bobbie, don't you trust me? I -- I'd -- I'd like to know.
Bobbie: Yeah. I trust you. Of course I trust you. What do you think? Oh, Scott. Hey, it's me, you know. If anything, I've probably trusted people too much in my lifetime. I think if I've been a little aloof with you, it's just -- oh, it's just because there's been so much going on this year. It's just been a bad year. It's -- you know, Lucas -- he gets put in the hospital, one day he's on a gurney, he's dying of a virus. I'm standing by helpless. I don't know what to do. Tony's making a deal with the devil to try and save his life, and then, you know, this Luke and Helena and this thing they do, and it just -- it feels like it never ends and I -- I don't know which member of my family is ever going to be targeted next, and it's just -- it's just -- it's -- it's really been a lot, you know? It's just -- it's been a lot. I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Taggert: There's your escort, Mrs. Cassadine. Time to say goodbye.
Luke: I need a minute alone.
Taggert: Don't push it, Luke.
Luke: Come on. You let me go this far. Just -- just 30 seconds.
Roy: Marcus, you need to sign off on the paperwork anyway, man.
Helena: I can't tell you how moved I am with the way that you can't seem to tear yourself from my side.
Luke: Baby, I'd follow you all the way to the injection table if they'd let me. What was all that song-and-dance back there about Nikolas?
Helena: I assure you, I told the truth.
Luke: You couldn't assure me that the ocean is blue.
Helena: No. I'm out of the game, Luke. And a splendid game it was, and, oh, you were such a worthy opponent. In all of these years, you never made the cardinal sin. You never bored me. Oh, maybe during the waning years of your marriage to Laura. You two were such a dreary couple. But, you know, that's what astounds me. I mean, how can you -- how can you waste all of this potential on that frumpy little peasant?
Luke: Eat your heart out, sweetheart.
Helena: I won't have to. I'll be there. No, when you take your precious Laura in your arms tonight, you think of me. I'll come to you.
Luke: You're finished, you're alone, you're headed for the slammer, you're rotting from the inside out. And I'm giving up my last opportunity to grab you by the throat and bash your head against the wall.
Helena: Oh, come on, Luke. Do it. End it now. Come on!
Luke: You're not going to sucker me into that, no.
Roy: That's right, that's right. It's time to deliver the demon to the dungeon.
Helena: Ooh. How poetic, Mr. DiLucca. Well, I'm sorry that we didn't have a chance to get better acquainted.
Roy: Catch you in another life.
Guard: Prisoner 994u4c, Cassadine, H., let's go.
Helena: Well, three handsome men to bid me farewell. I couldn't ask for a more fitting exit.
Bobbie: I keep having this dream, you know, and it's really bad because I either avoid going to sleep or it wakes me up in the middle of the night. I'm just -- I'm always afraid I'm going to have it again.
Scott: Can you remember the dream?
Bobbie: Oh, yeah, I can remember it. I wish I could forget it. In my dream, Helena’s poisoned Luke and he's dying, and it's up to me to give him the antidote, and I can't do it, you know, because I can't focus because my hand is shaking, and then I fumble the needle, and he dies. In my dream, he just dies in front of me. I can't do anything to stop it.
Scott: Serena taught me a little bit about bad dreams, and there's really only one way to banish them.
Bobbie: Oh, yeah? What's that?
Scott: Well, you got to replace them with good dreams, and I happen to know how to do that.
Bobbie: Okay. I'll bite. How?
Scott: Okay, well, first, you have to go out on a date with me and then I'll tell you. Well, essentially, what it is is that you got to laugh at the demons, you got to make fun of them, see, because they hate that. They really do. They hate that they run away from that, so I'll tell you a couple of good jokes that I got, and -- yeah, see there? We'll laugh. You'll laugh. It's working. See how this will work?
Bobbie: You're a nut. You know that?
Scott: Well, you want to take a chance on me anyway?
Elizabeth: Are you okay?
Lucky: Look at it. The great Wyndemere -- monument to nothing. It's like a black hole, you know, sucking in all the light, all the hope, everything that's good. And now it's got Nikolas, so we can't do a damn thing about it. I'm so sorry I let him hurt you.
Elizabeth: You didn't. Nikolas made a choice.
Lucky: Yeah. I know. I just should have been paying more attention. There was all these bells that were going off. I just --
Elizabeth: You didn't want to hear them. Who would? I understand. I trusted Nikolas, too.
Lucky: I know. And that was a gift, and he threw it back in our faces. I'm never going to -- I mean, how can I ever forgive him again?
Elizabeth: No, don't say that. Don’t.
Lucky: I don't get it, Elizabeth. It's like you're pleading his case for him.
Elizabeth: I'm not. I'm pleading ours, Lucky. Look, when I realized what Nikolas had done, believe me, I was so furious I wanted him arrested, too. But you know what? It takes way too much energy to be that mad. It's just not worth it.
Lucky: But he needs to pay for what he did. And so does Gia.
Elizabeth: And they will. But it's not up to us to see that they do. You know, things have a weird way of evening out. The only thing we would accomplish by getting pulled in is another trip down that black hole, consumed by how to punish Nikolas and whether or not we should forgive him. I'd rather walk in the light, Lucky. Just let it be over.
Lucky: And what? Just leave it like this, unresolved?
Elizabeth: I'm going to go to Kelly’s. Think about it, okay?
Lucky: All right.
Lucky: Goodbye, brother.
Alexis: Nikolas, I did Helena’s bidding for years. I don't want that to happen to you.
Nikolas: You don't believe me, do you? You think I'm guilty of all Lucky's accusations.
Alexis: If I had walked into this cold, I might believe that Lucky would be trying to hurt you for some reason, but the truth is, Nikolas, is I have been suspicious of Gia's role in this and your covering it up for a long time.
Nikolas: You know what? Maybe you want to believe that because then it would make Sonny's sister innocent, right?
Alexis: This has nothing to do with Sonny.
Nikolas: On the contrary, Alexis, sure, it does. The man does whatever he pleases. He lies, bribes, steals, God knows what else, and you know what? No one questions him. No one stands here and gives him speeches about not falling into the dark side. I don't -- it's just -- you know what? You know what they do? They get the hell out of the way or they -- in your case, I should say -- they jump in line behind him to help him pull it off. Where do I sign up for that kind of loyalty, because you know what? Right now at this moment, I could really use it.
Alexis: I kept your secret.
Nikolas: Really, Alexis? You did? You never spoke to Sonny about Gia's accident and you never told him what you thought I might have done to cover it up?
Alexis: I told him that if he pursued it, he and I would be on opposite sides.
Nikolas: Then you must not have meant as much to Sonny as you thought you did because he has pursued it, Alexis. He looked Gia in the eye and he told her that he would prove that she was lying. The man offered to protect her if she came forward with the truth. Now, I'm not sure how that's supposed to work, not that it matters. All I'm saying is the point is that your Sonny, your precious Sonny, scared her so much that she panicked! How far would you go? What would you do to protect the person you love, Alexis? She was trying to protect me. That's all she did, and that's all I did for her. So don't stand before me giving me warnings about the perils of Helena because I've been dealing with her all my life, including the time that you've been living in Manhattan with your fake last name pretending that we never existed!
Alexis: I'm trying to help you.
Nikolas: Then you know what? You're doing me a favor! Then you make Lucky look like a posttraumatic stress case and stop asking inconvenient questions about who did what, because you know what? It doesn't matter! You are supposed to represent people regardless of guilt or innocence. Don't stand here and take offense to that, Alexis, because you know what? That's a good thing, especially when you're dealing with the Cassadines. Now, goodnight.
Alexis: We aren't finished.
Nikolas: Oh, yes, we are. Good night. Go. Please. I want to be alone.
Nikolas: Thank you.
Nikolas: Hey. Would you mind going upstairs? I want to take care of a few things here, please.
Gia: Nikolas, I think we really need to talk.
Nikolas: Gia, please go. Please go. Leave me alone. Please? I'm so-- I don't mean to snap. It's just been a really long day and I just want a minute alone. I'll be up in a bit, okay?
Laura: Hi. What happened? She's in prison?
Luke: Well, I watched them load her on the van to Pentonville. I would have gone all the way to her prison bars if they'd let me. But for now at least, she's in the slammer.
Laura: Hmm. Well, that's better than she deserves. Hmm.
Luke: Yeah. That's enough about her. Don't we have a future to plan?
Laura: Oh, listen to you. You hate planning things. Are you trying to distract me from something? Hmm?
Luke: How am I doing so far?
Laura: Hmm. Hmm. Pretty good.
Laura: Oh, I love you, Luke. I love you so much.
Luke: And I love you.
Laura: Oh, the hell with my silly rules. Let's make love.
Luke: Oh, baby.
Doctor: I don't understand. Your records from General Hospital clearly state that you were suffering from a rather serious gallbladder condition and that surgery was indicated?
Helena: Well, that diagnosis was wrong. My condition turned out to be much less serious.
Doctor: It's here on the chart.
Helena: Well, obviously, someone didn't follow through in all of the confusion.
Doctor: I'm giving you a complete physical tomorrow just the same.
Helena: You won't find anything.
Laura: Oh, oh. Are you all right?
Luke: I need a larger playing field.
Laura: Okay, okay.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Taggert: I need to ask you a few questions about the accident.
Alexis: You are not the Houdini of the justice system. You will go to prison.
Skye: I haven't forgotten that you sided with Carly and Sonny against me and A.J.
Jax: I really missed you last night.