GH Transcript Monday 5/6/02


General Hospital Transcript Monday 5/6/02

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Proofread by Kathy

>> Previously on "General Hospital" --

Skye: Tell him to stop this thing with Courtney and I will hand the company over to you.

Carly: I will bring this to Uncle Sonny, but you have to wait for Grandma.

Michael: Okay.

Alexis: I am going to do whatever I can do until Carly's found.

Sonny: I'm going through a lot of stuff right now, and I can't lose you, too.

A.J.: We're not finished yet.

Alan: Divorce? You can't be serious.

Monica: Read it. It's quite clear -- gross negligence, mental cruelty. I can't prove adultery -- yet -- but there is the ever popular irreconcilable differences.

Alan: Monica, I am so sick of your theatrical surprises. First you present me with a fake funeral about A.J., then a divorce petition? Please, just try and skip act three.

Rae: Alan, this is not an act. She means what she's saying.

Monica: Thank you, but I don't need an interpreter. It's my birthday, Alan, not that you really care, judging from your gift which was the same gift you gave me at Christmas. You don't have much of an imagination, do you? So I’ve decided to give myself a present this year -- my freedom. He's all yours, Rae. A little worn around the edges ever since Skye was conceived, but then it's all gone around full circle, hasn't it? To the victor go the spoils.

Alan: I apologize, Rae --

Rae: No, no, no. No, it's all right. I -- I’m going to go and try and find Skye. Excuse me.

Monica: Mm-hmm.

Alan: What possessed you to play out this kind of charade in front of Rae of all people?

Monica: It's not a charade, Alan. It's real.

Skye: Oh -- oh. Oh. Mmm, that's nice. Ooh, don't stop now.

Jax: Ooh, I have to go.

Skye: Oh, I know. I should be getting to work, too, but I -- I can't tear myself away from you.

Jax: Well, let me give you some incentive. A&R Industries are ripe for a takeover. It'll be a real coup. Edward's been after them for months.

Skye: Sounds good.

Jax: Evidently not. What's bothering you?

Skye: I'm just tired of acquisitions and takeovers, that's all. You know, I'm thinking about diversifying, maybe striking out on my own, investing in some major radio, television stations like Seattle, Detroit, Dallas.

Jax: Really? Well, sounds interesting. Now, what is it that you're not telling me? Hmm? Okay, if I were to assume that this has something to do with Edward, how wrong would I be?

Skye: Edward is a waste of time, okay? Talking about Edward is a waste of time.

Jax: Is he still trying to have you removed from W.L.Q.?

Skye: Look, I don't want anything to do with him anymore, that's all.

Jax: Skye, I have ways of making you talk, so --

Skye: Oh --

Jax: Talk.

Skye: Oh, ha, ha, ha. Ooh, you -- you keep doing that and you're going to get whatever you want.

Jax: Okay, then -- tell me what happened between you and Edward.

Courtney: Such a good girl. Yes, you are. Hi. Hey, Rosie.

Edward: Oh-oh-oh. I could watch you like this all day long.

Courtney: Well, I'm sure you have better things to do.

Edward: Oh, no. Look how that puppy is taking to you. My, you were -- you were born to nurture.

Courtney: I'm sorry?

Edward: Don't you be modest with me. You have a certain quality about you, very -- very caring, very -- very domestic.

Courtney: Thank you, I think.

Edward: You'll be wonderful with children, dear.

Courtney: "Children"?

Edward: Yes, the greatest thing in life. Just take it from me. Well, you can't blame a man for wanting to be surrounded by his great-grandchildren, can you? What? You don't -- you don't like children?

Courtney: Oh -- no, I like children. What I don't like is being treated like a fool. No disrespect, Mr. Quartermaine, but A.J. told me nobody in this family has ever been on his side. So why would I want to trust any of you?

Edward: Well, I -- I can't imagine A.J. including me in his warning.

Courtney: Actually, he mentioned you specifically.

Edward: Oh. Hmm.

Courtney: Which makes me wonder, why are you on his side all of a sudden, and why are you being so nice to me?

A.J.: How you doing, Bobbie?

Bobbie: What do you want?

A.J.: I'm here to see Michael.

A.J.: Is Michael here?

Bobbie: Michael is none of your business. You signed him away. And using Carly's temporary disappearance as an excuse to see him is so typical of you, A.J., and it's wrong.

A.J.: Look, Bobbie, with Carly missing, I'm concerned for my son, that's all.

Bobbie: Well, Carly is coming back, and she's going to hate what you're trying to do, and you know what? As little as she likes it, Sonny's going to like it even less.

Sonny: Like I said, I can't lose you right now.

Alexis: You won’t.

Sonny: What were you thinking coming here alone?

Alexis: I told you, I wanted to help.

Sonny: But why do you think you have to do anything?

Alexis: Because I can't help it. That's just the way that I am, and I wanted to do something because my heart is breaking for you. Because it's not right and because it isn't fair.

Sonny: Well, it's not your job to make it fair.

Alexis: If I could bring Carly back, I would. I want to be more hopeful for you.

Sonny: Alexis, Carly's coming back. Michael saw her last night at Bobbie’s. He slipped out when nobody was looking. She was at the brownstone. He spoke to her. I know what you're thinking, but you're wrong. But I don't care what you or Jax or anybody else believes.

Alexis: And Jax knows?

Sonny: Well, he thinks that, you know, Michael was dreaming and that Bobbie and I are in denial, but I don't care what Jax thinks because I know this to be true.

Alexis: But why didn't she go inside?

Sonny: Probably, you know -- I don't know. Maybe she was disoriented from the accident.

Alexis: Not too disoriented to find her way to Bobbie’s --

Sonny: It was instinct. She -- she knew that, you know, Michael would be with Bobbie. And, you know, the part of Carly that's a mother knew she had to get back to her son to let him know that she's all right.

Alexis: But -- if she went to Bobbie’s house and she went to see her son and then she just -- she left? Why would she do that?

Sonny: You don't believe me, do you? You're convinced Carly's dead, right?

Sonny: You won't even admit to the possibility that Carly's alive? You think Michael just made up this whole story? Is that what you're saying?

Alexis: I don't think anything at all. I -- why are you looking at me like that?

Sonny: Because for the first time since I've known you, I think that you're lying to me.

Alexis: Lying to you? What -- what would I lie to you about?

Sonny: You know what? I'm going to take you back to my place. Maybe -- maybe you can watch the phone while I look out for Carly. Go.

Alan: Look, Monica, I know you, and I believe that you're angry. This has nothing to do with Rae. She just got here in Port Charles. She's here to see Skye.

Monica: Well, that's funny. I don't see Skye anywhere.

Alan: Oh, please --

Monica: Oh, Rae and Skye probably planned the reunion back in Christmas -- not that I care anymore because you and I have a hell of a lot more problems than just our chronic infidelity.

Alan: For the last time, Monica, I am not cheating on you with Rae.

Monica: Forget Rae, okay? What about us? What about our children, Alan? I'm not going to stand here and watch you turn against A.J.

Alan: And I am maintaining my position. I will not allow you to blackmail me.

Monica: Which means you won't be a father.

Alan: Oh, and if I go along with this rotten scheme of his, that means I would be a father? How can you justify what A.J. is doing?

Monica: Jeepers. It's so easy to be a parent when everything is just fine, isn't it? Well, Alan, everything isn't fine, and A.J. needs you.

Alan: He's got me, and I am trying to help him, but he has become mean-spirited and vindictive and he refuses to listen.

Monica: So that justifies your pressuring me to throw him out?

Alan: He is destructive now, Monica, and he has become someone I don't even recognize.

Monica: He's your son, Alan.

Alan: Oh, and that's an excuse for all this? Any more than it's an excuse for you to have the audacity to walk into this room and accuse me of giving up when you are doing exactly the same thing to us? You better be careful of what you wish for, because if I leave, Monica, you're going to have to deal with A.J. on your own.

A.J.: I'm not here to upset you. I know this is a tough time.

Bobbie: If you really want to help, leave.

A.J.: Don't do this. Look, we need to focus on Michael right now. His needs. That's why I'm here. I want what's best for my son and so do you. That's a common ground. Why don't we work from there? What do you say?

Bobbie: Get out.

A.J.: Look, I am his father, Bobbie.

Bobbie: You are trespassing, and I am calling the police.

A.J.: Just hear me -- look, hear me out, will you?

Bobbie: You know, A.J., no, no! I watched the situation between you and Carly get steadily worse. And in the beginning I felt sorry for you, A.J., I really did. But you don't care about Michael, and you have proved that by coming over here and taking advantage of a terrible situation. Now, my position is the same as Sonny's and Carly's -- you have no ties to Michael, whether they be legal, moral, or otherwise.

A.J.: I didn't create this situation.

Bobbie: I want you to leave, and if you have anything at all to say to me, you can contact my attorney.

A.J.: Bobbie, please, if you really think that I'm going to let you and Sonny --

Michael: Who are you?

A.J.: Don't you remember me, son?

Jax: You are a master of evasion, Skye. I could watch you all day and marvel, but unfortunately, I have to go and look for Carly. So you need to tell me what's going on with Edward now.

Skye: All right, look, I made Edward an offer. I told him that if he got A.J. to leave Courtney alone, that I would hand him back E.L.Q. free and clear. He blew me off without even blinking, okay? I tried, I failed, end of story. Now, could we possibly get back to you kissing my neck, hmm? Jax? My neck, your lips, what do you say?

Jax: No, no. First -- first I need to -- I need to congratulate you.

Skye: For what? Being turned down by that evil old coot?

Jax: No, for trying to bargain with him in the first place. I mean, for offering to give up E.L.Q. -- something that means so much to you, something that you've worked so hard for -- just because it's right.

Skye: Look, I am just worried about A.J.'s life, okay? I mean, as far as he's concerned, I've already bailed on him, and he's out there all alone as it is like some cowboy making these decisions, to hell what everyone else thinks. It's a really dangerous place for him to be right now.

Jax: Yeah, I've been there myself once or twice.

Skye: Jax, you're not a drunk. A.J. has already had one drink. His entire existence is on the line literally, okay, even if Sonny doesn't touch him.

Jax: And you think he'd listen to Edward?

Skye: Yeah. And you thought there wasn't a naive bone left in my body. What?

Jax: You know, you're not nearly as self-absorbed as you want people to think.

Skye: I'm just afraid for A.J., okay, that's it. Please stop!

Jax: Why won't you let me tell you how wonderful I think you are?

Skye: Because -- I'm afraid of what's going to happen next.

Jax: So is this the part where you tell me what a terrible person you are and then show me the door?

Skye: I already tried that. You were pretty uncooperative about the leaving part.

Jax: Well, I enjoy your company.

Skye: Oh, until I disappoint you, and I will. I will because you can't expect me to walk around being this good person all the time, okay? I don't know how. I never learned. I never wanted to. Nice was never a goal of mine, you know, "To thine own self be true" and all that? I'm just not a nice person.

Jax: No one is all one thing or all another, okay? You made a selfless gesture with no expectations. That was a very noble thing to do. I certainly appreciate it even if Edward doesn’t.

Skye: I'm just -- I'm not sure I like doing things for reasons I'm not even sure I'm doing them for. Does that make sense?

Jax: Not really.

Skye: I'm a schemer by nature, Jax. Generous offers don't occur to me on a regular basis, so why are they suddenly occurring to me now? Oh, you -- you are a bad influence.

Jax: Oh, okay, so this is my fault now?

Skye: You keep being wonderful to me and I'm going to start seeing things differently, and -- I'm not sure I want that to happen.

Jax: Oh.

Skye: I am the way I am, okay? It's what makes me me. If I start doing things differently, if I learn to be really, really happy -- my God, Jax, who will I be?

Jax: Oh, gee, I don't know. Skye with a lot more time on her hands?

Skye: I think you're going to have to explain that one to me.

Jax: Well, you keep saying that you spend a lot of time feeling bad about yourself or getting even with people. Well, what if you didn't have to do that? What if you could just spend time on things that you wanted to do? You know, thinks that you like? Like things that -- that you and I do. You know, things that make you happy.

[Knock on door]

Skye: Oh. I -- I really hope that's room service.

Edward: You're suspicious, aren't you? Well, you have every reason to be, my dear. We're -- we're a pretty self-absorbed bunch around here. And your husband is right -- well, at least -- at least he was right about the way I used to be before my surgery. You know, they -- they operated on my heart?

Courtney: Yeah, A.J. told me.

Edward: Mm-hmm. You know I nearly died twice? Once during the attack and once on the table. Ooh, it's really something, just staring at my own mortality. I'll tell you, there is nothing more frightening.

Courtney: It must've been terrible.

Edward: Mm-hmm. That near-death experience forced me to see the world in a whole new way. I realized how -- how precious life is and how important it is to be surrounded by the things and the people we love -- you know, family? Now, I was -- I was blessed with a second chance, and I intend to make the most of it. Let me hold this puppy.

Courtney: Okay.

Edward: You see, what it is -- yes -- what it is, is just a deeper perspective. Hmm? A sense of history and of the future, you know, and the succeeding generations who will carry on this -- this noble family name. Michael -- he's our future, as your children with A.J. will be.

Courtney: Don't hold your breath.

Edward: Oh? My dear, what? What --

Courtney: Listen, don't get me wrong. I want children, but I am way too young right now. Being mom to that puppy is about all I can handle right now. Well, at least for the next 10 or 12 years, anyway.

Edward: Oh. Yeah.

Michael: No, I don't remember you.

Bobbie: A.J., don't --

A.J.: No, just give me a minute.

Bobbie: This man is just leaving.

Scott: Bobbie?

A.J.: You really don't remember me, Michael?

Scott: Hey, why don't you take Michael upstairs? I want to talk to A.J. How you doing?

Michael: Good.

Scott: Good.

Bobbie: Yeah, hey, you know, Leticia’s up there and she's got some toys from your house. Let's go see what she's got to play with.

A.J.: I'll see you later. Perfect timing. Look, what I want you to do is I want you to file a petition voiding Sonny's adoption and reinstating me as Michael’s father. I mean, with this situation with Carly, with her missing, it's a whole new ballgame, Scott, all right? Now, your job is to make sure that my son doesn't end up with Corinthos.

Scott: Oh, come on, come on. Get a clue or get another attorney.

A.J.: What's with the attitude? I'm just concerned for my son.

Scott: Oh, come on. That's nonsense.

A.J.: Why doesn't anyone believe me?

Scott: Because I'm your attorney. I know better than anybody that you're lying. This isn't about Michael, it's about you. It's about you and Corinthos.

Sonny: A.J. is going to try to take advantage of this. He's probably filing to get the adoption overturned as we speak, but Carly's going to be found before it gets to court. I just don't want her to have to deal with it. So I need you to, you know, stay here and answer the door just in case a process server comes by with a writ or something. I don't know, do what you can to block it.

Alexis: Okay.

Sonny: Okay, I got to -- you should probably go, okay? So I'll call you whenever --

Alexis: Sonny? Please don't shut me out.

Skye: Jasper Jacks, I would like you to meet my mother, Rae Cummings.

Rae: Mr. Jacks.

Jax: Oh, no, "Jax," please. "Mr. Jacks" is reserved for my father. And if you call me Jasper, I'll pretend I didn't listen.

Rae: Okay. Jax. And, please, you call me Rae.

Jax: Well, it's a pleasure to meet you, Rae.

Rae: Thank you.

Jax: You know, I'm actually a great admirer of your work.

Rae: Well, you know what they say -- flattery is always pleasing to hear even when it's not true.

Jax: What is it with the women in your family? You don't seem to be able to take a compliment. A friend of mine gave me your book on healing from grief and forced me to read it.

Rae: Ah, "forced" you. I should be apologizing to you. No one should be forced into reading my work, ever. Of course, it is good for book sales.

Jax: It was actually during a dark time in my life, and your insights really helped, so my sincere thanks.

Rae: You're more than welcome. I appreciate it.

Jax: Well, ladies, I must go and get changed. I'll stop by again before I leave the hotel.

Skye: Okay.

Jax: It's a pleasure meeting you.

Rae: You, too.

Skye: What do you think?

Rae: I think if you weren't my daughter and I were 20 years younger, I would mow you down to get to that man myself.

Edward: Oh, forgive me, my dear. Here I am lecturing to you about the importance of family. Pay no attention. Just the ramblings of an old man. Here's your puppy. But, you know, I am interested. I know the history of your family, and -- and now that you don't have to worry about money anymore, how do you plan to spend the next 10 -- 10 or 12 years of your life if it isn't in the role of wife and mother? Hmm?

Courtney: Well, there's a lot of things I want to do and see.

Edward: Hmm. What?

Courtney: Oh, I feel like a big weight has been lifted off me. You know, for the first time in my life, I don't have to worry about money. A.J. says that I can do whatever I want --

Edward: Mm-hmm.

Courtney: To follow my star.

Edward: Oh, I see. And where exactly might your star be located, huh?

Courtney: Oh. Well, that's a great thing, I have no idea.

Edward: Oh, I see.

Courtney: I was thinking of maybe going back to college.

Edward: College, that's good. Good idea. What -- what do you plan on studying, hmm?

Courtney: I don't know. Maybe liberal arts to start off with until I figure out what I want to do.

Edward: Oh.

Courtney: Maybe A.J. and I will travel.

Edward: That's wonderful.

Courtney: You don't make it sound wonderful.

Edward: No, I was just -- I was just thinking, my dear, that -- that you might have something more definite in mind, that's all.

Courtney: Listen, Mr. Quartermaine, six months ago I was waiting tables and making minimum wage and lousy tips. I've been working since I was 14. I think I can take a little time before I decide what I want to do for the rest of my life.

Edward: Hmm.

Courtney: You know, I don't mean to disappoint you, but I have a lot of things that I want to experience before I even think about having children.

Edward: What about when A.J. gets Michael back?

Courtney: Well, we'll deal with that when and if it happens. For the time being, Michael already has a mother, and I'm hoping that Carly's going to come back. You know what? I think she needs to go out for another walk -- don't you? See you later.

Edward: All right.

Courtney: Come on.

A.J.: You hate Sonny as much as I do, Baldwin.

Scott: You're right. I hope he spends the rest of his life in Sing Sing. But I'm not trying to get my hands on Bobbie’s grandson to pay him back.

A.J.: Michael happens to be my son!

Scott: Legally, not. You have no legal rights to him whatsoever. Now, down the road, if Carly is really gone, we will talk about filing the proper petition. But until then, let me just make something clear to you. If you try and take Michael away from Bobbie, if you jeopardize her relationship with him at all, I will drop you, I'll represent her, and you will never, ever see your son again. Do you follow me?

A.J.: How can you say that to me, man?

Scott: Because Michael is with his grandma, and that is where he belongs.

A.J.: I couldn't agree with you more. Scott, you've got me all wrong. Okay, I'm not here to take Michael away. He's comfortable here. He loves Bobbie. I know this, okay? He's had enough upheaval in his life. He belongs here. This is the best place for him. And if Carly is really gone -- I'm just concerned for my son. Is there something wrong with that?

Scott: Well, why didn't you call? Instead you just show up, you upset Bobbie. It was the wrong move, A.J. The wrong move. Now, you wait until Carly's body is found and then you wait a little bit longer. And you tell your grandfather that he's not going to get an heir by dancing on Carly's grave.

A.J.: Let's get something straight, Baldwin. I will get my son back, with or without you.

Scott: How much of that did you hear?

Bobbie: Enough to know that you don't believe Carly's coming back.

Alexis: I know that this isn't about me and I -- I certainly didn't mean it to sound that way. I just want you to know that I want you to be able to talk to me about anything, because I'm in this with you for the whole ride.

Sonny: Alexis, you're the last person I'd shut out of anything, but this is about Carly. She can't be dead.

Alexis: My first year of law school I learned that reality has two sides, it may have more. Do I believe in miracles? I do. I just know that someone that I care about is in unbearable pain.

Sonny: She shouldn't have been driving, she's afraid of it. So why was she? Why did this happen?

Alexis: It was an accident.

Sonny: It -- she -- it was dark, she took a wrong turn. She shouldn't have been there. She should've been home safe. Why wasn't she?

Monica: Hi. A.J.? You okay?

A.J.: Do I look okay? And I don't want to talk about it, all right?

Monica: Okay, except that we made a deal. I would support you, you know? It's kind of a two-way street.

A.J.: I went to see Michael, okay?

Monica: Oh, A.J. --

A.J.: Don't worry. I barely got to see Michael before Bobbie and Scott threw me out. Not that they had anything to worry about. Michael didn't even know who I was.

Monica: Oh, my -- I'm so sorry.

A.J.: He's grown so much. I mean, he's got to be -- I mean, he's got to be, like, this tall. I have missed -- so much. What is it? What happened?

Monica: Oh, um -- whew, nothing, nothing, and I don't want to talk about it.

A.J.: It’s a two-way street, remember?

Monica: She's back.

A.J.: Who?

Monica: The pied piper of pop psychology. Five-and-dime shrink who feeds nonsense to neurotics on a 10-second delay.

A.J.: Rae.

Monica: Oh! I've had it. I've really had it with your father. I mean, what happens to him when she's around -- it's disgusting. I mean, he just goes all gooey, he acts like he's a teenager going to his first prom. It's revolting.

A.J.: I know you're joking about this, but it's killing you, isn't it?

Monica: Well, not for long.

A.J.: Why?

Monica: Because I'm going to divorce him.

A.J.: You're serious?

Monica: Mm-hmm. Gave him his papers this morning.

A.J.: I'm not going to let that happen. Courtney and I will move out, you and Dad can work out your problems, okay?

Monica: No, no, no. You and I made a promise, A.J.

A.J.: I don't care, Mom. Look, I don't want Courtney and I to be the cause of your problems. If that's the case --

Monica: No. Your father is not going to dictate to me how I parent an adult child. And, besides, we did make a promise. I said I would support you, A.J., as long as you're honest with me. I mean, your father and Skye seem to think that all of this that you're doing is just to get revenge on Sonny, that you're using me, using Courtney and anybody else you can influence. Well, I've chosen to believe in you. I hope they're wrong, and I pray to God you won't let me down.

A.J.: Thanks. I just hope that someday I can be half the parent to Michael that you are to me.

Scott: Listen, Bobbie, I'm -- I'm sorry. I -- I wish I could be more optimistic about Carly. I just owe it to you to be honest, and I think maybe you might have to start looking at the -- the hard truth here.

Bobbie: I think maybe it's time for you to leave.

Scott: No, wait, wait. Listen, listen, I'm sorry. I -- I want to be wrong and I hope that I am wrong. I just don't think that I'm wrong at this point.

Bobbie: I understand. And now I need you to understand something. Regardless of how you feel or what you think right now, what I need is belief. I need faith in miracles. I need people around me right now who believe that my daughter is alive and my daughter is coming home!

Scott: Yeah, I -- I know. I know, and I'm wrong, you know? You're right about me. I'm always wrong, Bobbie. I know I'm wrong here, all right? So don't, don't, don't -- let me just stay with you.

Bobbie: No. Listen, thank you. You -- thank you for what you did with A.J., thank you for everything, and this is nothing personal -- I need you to go.

Scott: I'm sorry.

Alexis: She obviously wasn't out on a pleasure drive. Zander said that something upset her before she got there, so where was she before Zander's?

Sonny: At her club.

Alexis: Maybe she had a problem at the club.

Sonny: Not according to the staff.

Alexis: Ooh, well, then maybe it was something personal. Did she have any reason to be upset with you?

Sonny: I didn't talk to her that day -- you know, unless she's upset because I went to the Caribbean, I didn't call her. You know what? This is not only upsetting me, it's making me crazy, so can we just --

Alexis: Look, you'll ask Carly when you see her.

Sonny: I know this isn't easy for you, okay, after what we've, you know, been through the last couple of days. That --

Alexis: It's not important right now.

Sonny: Okay. I got to -- I got to go look for her, so --

Alexis: Sonny?

Sonny: What?

Sonny: It's a birthday card from Michael.

Alexis: How did it get here?

Skye: Coffee.

Rae: Thank you. Hey.

Jax: Hi. I would like to take you ladies to dinner if you're available.

Rae: Oh, gee, I mean, I don't know. Yes, dinner, that would be lovely.

Jax: Fantastic. I'll call when I know my schedule.

Rae: Good.

Skye: Do you like him?

Rae: Hmm. I really like him.

Skye: Good. I'm glad.

Rae: Me, too. Although, what I think really doesn't matter.

Skye: That's not true.

Rae: Thank you. You know, what's important here is how you feel. How do you feel?

Skye: I -- I don't know. I've never really felt like this before.

Rae: Can you try to describe it?

Skye: Well -- like he makes my toes curl?

Rae: Oh. Well, now, that's the definitive test -- falling in love.

Skye: Don't make fun of me.

Rae: Oh, no. No, no. Honey, I'm not. That really iso1clinical opinion.

Skye: You've seen me in my relationships with some of those men. My God, you were there for some of the worst of it.

Rae: Yeah, I was. And?

Skye: Help me, Mother. Tell me how I -- I can keep him.

Monica: I have rounds in about half an hour, so I have to get going.

A.J.: Okay.

Monica: Are you going to be okay?

A.J.: Yeah.

Monica: We will get through this, A.J., we will. Just don't do anything until we talk, okay?

A.J.: I won’t.

Monica: All right.

Edward: A.J., I have just had a very distressing conversation with your bride.

A.J.: Really?

Edward: Do you know that she is not going to present a very mature or motherly facade to the court when we try to get little Michael back?

A.J.: Is that right?

Edward: Mm-hmm. Yes. She is going to go back to college, majoring in liberal arts, for crying out loud. She says she wants to -- she wants to travel and see the world and follow her star, thanks to you. Why in the world you couldn't have urged her to pursue home economics or child care is just beyond me. That little girl needs some direction, A.J. She -- she's like a child. She thinks like a child.

A.J.: Michael?

Michael: Daddy!

A.J.: Oh! You ready to go home, huh?

Michael: Yeah.

A.J.: Yeah.

Edward: This just won't do, A.J. You've got to talk some sense into her. Hey, hey -- maybe -- maybe a new wardrobe would help, huh?

A.J.: Would you just stop already? I'll handle it, okay?

Edward: Fine, see that you do, because everything depends on it.

A.J.: You really think that I would let Bobbie, Scott, and Sonny take my son? No way. I will get Michael back. That's a promise.

Michael: Grandma, when are we going to have Uncle Sonny's birthday party with Mommy?

Bobbie: Well, you know, your Uncle Sonny has been very busy lately, and so has your mommy, and they had to postpone the party.

Michael: Do you think Mommy gave Sonny my card yet?

Bobbie: Oh, honey, I don't know, but don't worry about it, okay? Don't you worry about a thing.

Sonny: I saw Michael in the park. He told me Carly was going to bring me this card.

Alexis: She must've dropped it off.

Sonny: The night of the accident. The night we were together.

Alexis: She was here?

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Luke: I wouldn't put it past Carly to fake her own death just for attention.

Maxie: I totally believe Michael saw Carly. I saw B.J. after she died.

Alexis: What if she saw us upstairs?

Sonny: Nobody was here.

Kristina: She's alive in your heart; she's alive in your head.

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