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Courtney: I'll do it.
Mr. Coleman: Smart move.
Nikolas: There's a whole world waiting for you out there, and you are going to have it all.
Nurse: Dr. Bonds will be in here shortly.
Dr. Bonds: We should be able to find the baby's heartbeat. There it is.
Alexis: Oh, my.
Felicia: Is your anger for Sonny really worth taking the risk?
Roy: I promise I'll make this pay off.
Benny: Somebody's setting a trap.
Jason: Someone wants to take Sonny down.
Mr. Coleman: Good morning, Courtney.
Courtney: I'll be there tonight, okay? Like I said --
Mr. Coleman: I need you in my office now.
Courtney: I just got off the breakfast shift. I'm tired --
Mr. Coleman: Your husband was drunk when he crashed his car into my club, correct?
Courtney: Okay, I will work off the debt like I promised. I just need --
Mr. Coleman: Not if you don't get over here.
Courtney: Okay, I'll be there early tonight. One of the other girls can show me around, like you said.
Mr. Coleman: You be at the club within the hour or I report the D.U.I. and your Quartermaine husband lands in jail.
Courtney: You leave my husband out of this. He -- don't call my home again. He's already been through too much. He doesn't need you --
A.J.: Excuse me. Listen up, old man.
Roy: Nice outfit.
Felicia: Who are you? What have you done with Roy DiLucca?
Jason: That's a good question.
Kristina: Oh, God. What ever happened to traveling light? I used to travel light. I used to be an expert at traveling light. So how did I end up with all this stuff? You know, where is it written that when you connect with your family, you end up with stuff? You know, I once traveled to Nepal and back with just a toothbrush and hairspray. I swear. Okay, fine -- maybe I had a little bit of food and water, but you get my point. Oh! So, where should I put all my stuff? I'm thinking maybe the -- the closet in the hallway, if you don't mind. Oh, and, by the way, Ned, I really like to sleep on the right side of the bed, I mean, as if you haven't noticed already. The thing is, is I become a total grouch in the morning if I don't sleep on the right side of the bed. I have no idea why, either. It's kind of like this cumulative thing. It doesn't matter where the bed is placed in the room. I just have to have the right side. Oh.
Ned: Did I miss something?
Dr. Bonds: Everything's fine so far, so relax. We'll just monitor for a bit.
Sonny: What's wrong?
Carly: You surprised me.
Sonny: They left you here alone?
Carly: Everything's already done. I just -- I didn't want to wait in that awful room for the results, that's all.
Sonny: And you're running out of the hospital? Where's your doctor?
Carly: She's busy, all right? I just -- I want to leave.
Sonny: Are you in some kind of pain?
Carly: No --
Sonny: Then why were you crying?
Carly: Look, it hurt, okay. No one said that it wouldn't, but --
Sonny: Okay, you know what? We're going to get you a better hospital, all right? We're going to go to the city where they specialize in fertility treatments.
Carly: Please just take me home.
Sonny: No. We're not -- we're not going anywhere.
Sonny: Come here.
Sonny: I am not leaving here until I see a doctor.
Carly: Sonny -- for what?
Sonny: I don't want you all upset.
Carly: Sonny, it's a hospital. Okay, people get upset. Let's go. The doctor can call and give us the test results.
Sonny: I knew I shouldn't have let you come here alone.
Carly: Can we please go?
Sonny: You do not have to put yourself through this.
Carly: Yes, I do, Sonny, if we want to have a baby.
Sonny: Okay, I'm just going to get a doctor.
Carly: Sonny, it's not a good --
Sonny: I'm going to page her right now.
Carly: Sonny, she is probably in the middle of an emergency, okay? Let's go now.
Dr. Bonds: That's odd. Your pulse rate just shot up. Your blood pressure's rising, too. What's happened? You all right?
Carly: Look, it sounds pretty serious in there. We should go.
Sonny: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Do you hear it? Baby's heartbeat?
Sonny: I'm sorry. I shouldn't -- I shouldn't even have brought that up. Let's -- let's get out of here. I got -- we're going to have to page the doctor Ė
Dr. Bonds: Everything's back to normal now.
Alexis: I -- I just had a little panic moment, that's all.
Dr. Bonds: Have you been having these moments a lot lately?
Alexis: Yeah. That's why I wanted to come in here. I just wanted to make sure that the baby's all right.
Dr. Bonds: Then you're not avoiding stress.
Alexis: I'm trying. I really am. There's just a lot going on.
Dr. Bonds: Well, the baby doesn't need to be working long hours.
Alexis: I'm trying, honestly. I'm cutting back.
Dr. Bonds: You need to try harder. You need to have rest and find a way to relax.
Alexis: I -- I know that. I -- I will do that. I -- I'm not moving. I'm not leaving town. I'm staying here. There's -- things are complicated right now.
Dr. Bonds: The level of stress that you're under can have serious consequences for this child. You can't take it lightly.
Alexis: I'm aware of that. Honestly, I am.
Ned: Did I forget the conversation where we discussed you moving in here?
Kristina: Well, I mean, Alexis' new place is barely big enough for her and her laptop, and I figured that you and I had an understanding between us, so I just came over and thought --
Ned: An understanding about what? Giving up the right side of my bed?
Kristina: Oh, God. Of all the stupid things to say before I barely even have my luggage in through the front door. I'm -- you know what? Forget I was here. Forget the past 10 minutes even happened. I'm going to -- I'm going to get this all out of your way. I'm so sorry.
Ned: Don't you wonder what I think about you moving in here?
Kristina: Well, I mean, it's pretty obvious that I stepped way over the line, so I'm just going to --
Ned: I think it's fantastic.
Jason: Roy DiLucca bought Pier 52.
Roy: That is the truth.
Jason: How'd you pay for it, Roy? Why would you want it?
Roy: I'm not sure it's any of your business, Jason. I assume you're asking because it's right in the middle of Sonny's network?
Felicia: I don't think it's anything to be concerned about.
Jason: You're a part of this?
Felicia: Roy and I are partners in the investment.
Jason: Roy, you know Sonny's been interested in that property for a while.
Roy: Really? Well, I guess he should pay closer attention to what's really going on. He's not the only buyer in town.
Felicia: It's just real estate. I'm sure if Sonny has some type of need, we could accommodate to that --
Roy: The property is mine. Sonny can deal with that -- or not.
Jason: Well, good luck.
Felicia: Are you out of your mind?
Roy: I beg your pardon?
Felicia: Sonny's giving you a warning signal. Don't you see that?
Roy: We have more important things to think about right now, pal.
Felicia: I don't think you understand how dangerous Jason can be. There's a lot of people that disappear on the docks. I don't think I'm going to be one of them, but --
Roy: Felicia, have I neglected to mention how absolutely fine you look today?
Felicia: You're dodging with a compliment, aren't you?
Roy: Our business meeting just arrived. Follow my lead.
Felicia: I'm not done with you.
Roy: I hope not. Mr. Moramarko, it's a pleasure to meet you, Sir.
Mr. Moramarko: Mr. DiLucca?
Roy: Yes, sir. And this is my business partner, Felicia Jones.
Mr. Moramarko: Ms. Jones.
Roy: Mr. Moramarko is interested in shipping out of our property, Felicia.
Felicia: So are a lot of people.
Roy: My associate drives a hard bargain.
Mr. Moramarko: Hey, I have great respect for a good businesswoman.
Felicia: Thank you.
Roy: Excellent. Ms. Jones is truly the best.
Mr. Moramarko: I'm honored to make your acquaintance.
A.J.: You think you can intimidate me? Keep me in line? No way. I don't need you or anyone in this family. You got that?
Courtney: A.J., please, that's enough.
A.J.: Don't call this number and do not bother me and my wife again. The old man just hung up on me. If he thinks he can call here anytime he wants, upset you and then hang up on me -- ha, ha, ha -- okay --
A.J.: What are you doing?
Courtney: Just let it go.
A.J.: I canít. I can't do that.
Courtney: A.J., you just said that you don't need your family.
A.J.: I -- I don't care. So, what, that means that it's open fire on you? I don't think so.
Courtney: They're not worth it. Especially not Edward. Look at you. You're all upset, and the day hasn't even started. You can't let them do this to you.
A.J.: I don't care about me. Sweetie, it's you, okay? I don't want them to do this to you.
Courtney: But your family is not worth getting drunk over.
A.J.: I'm not drunk.
Courtney: And you won't be as long as you stay away from your family. I mean, you just told me that yourself.
A.J.: Okay. All right. You don't want me to call back, I won't call back.
Courtney: Thank you.
A.J.: But I'm not going to blame my family for my drinking, okay?
Courtney: I totally respect that.
A.J.: I make my own choices.
Courtney: Anyway, I'm your family now.
A.J.: Come here. You are teaching me what family really means.
Courtney: You don't have to be alone anymore, A.J. I would do anything for you. Anything at all.
A.J.: You mean that, don't you?
A.J.: You know, I never really understood about family until now.
Courtney: Neither have I.
A.J.: You're all I want, Courtney. All I need.
Courtney: Right back at you.
A.J.: You've done so much for me. It's my turn to take care of you.
Courtney: Well, we both have got a lot to do today.
A.J.: Yeah, but first things first.
Courtney: First I need to finish getting ready --
A.J.: No, I need to show you how much I love you.
Courtney: You do, A.J., every time you choose not to drink.
A.J.: By running a hot bath for you.
Courtney: Are you trying to say that I smell like hash browns?
A.J.: By massaging every inch of your body.
Courtney: That sounds wonderful, but I have to leave.
A.J.: Sweetie, you work way too hard. Look, if the phone rings, don't answer it.
Courtney: What if it's someone calling about a job?
A.J.: They'll call back.
Courtney: We can't afford to think that way.
A.J.: I have a job interview in a couple hours.
Courtney: You do? That's great.
A.J.: Thank you. But that means we have plenty of time.
Courtney: Actually, I have a job interview in a couple minutes.
A.J.: You're not taking another job, are you?
Courtney: It's only a short-term sort of thing.
A.J.: No, no, no --
Courtney: It's kind of an emergency --
A.J.: I don't want you working, you know, slinging hash in another dive. I --
Courtney: This place isn't a dive, believe me.
A.J.: Where is it?
Courtney: Across town. I mean, I probably won't even get it. I just -- I thought I might as well try.
A.J.: But it should be me supporting us, not you.
Courtney: Then concentrate on your interview. You'll probably get a better job than I ever could anyway.
A.J.: Don't sell yourself short.
Courtney: Well, why don't we both concentrate on our interviews and then we'll take it from there?
A.J.: That is the sweetest no I've ever heard.
Courtney: Well, why don't you think of it as more of a "definitely later."
A.J.: You're the best.
Courtney: I'm just trying to help, that's all.
A.J.: Yeah, well -- well, then, good luck with your -- with your job interview, since this job is only temporary.
Courtney: It's very temporary.
A.J.: Hey. What's the worst that could happen, right? See you later.
Vance: I'll call you in an hour.
Nikolas: Look, excuse me. I don't -- I don't want you to let him pressure you, okay? He's good at what he does, but he kind of has a reputation of being a little temperamental, all right?
Gia: You know, you worry too much. I have got this nailed.
Gia: Whoa. I don't care who you are, but you need to get your hand off my face.
Man: We're running late. Time to focus.
Gia: So say it without using your hands. I don't like being touched unexpectedly. At the very least, please let me know when you're coming.
Man: Are you here to work or to lecture me on your idea of etiquette?
Nikolas: Okay, you know what? We seem to have a slight communication problem here
Gia: No, it's -- it's okay. It's okay, it's okay. Just -- let's just do this.
Man: No, no, no. For the concept of this to work -- sit, lean -- you've got to -- for the concept to work, you've got to be still -- languid and still. I need you to lean back, I need you to arch, I need you to put your arm --
Gia: I am not bendable Barbie, okay? Just tell me what you want me to do.
Man: Well, I've been trying, but apparently you're not capable of comprehending.
Nikolas: All right, Vance, that's it. Get him out of here right now.
Vance: Look, relax, okay? He's an artiste. I told you --
Nikolas: I don't --
Vance: He's temperamental. Gia needs his work in her portfolio if you want her to play in the big leagues. So suck it up and let the man do what he does.
Nikolas: Fine. All right.
Gia: All right, you've got to not touch me.
Man: Giving me the pose I need. How hard is this? Lean back, arm up. Sexy, sultry. Arch, arch. God, how much -- do I -- let me do this myself.
Gia: I told you -- don't touch me!
Ned: Why wouldn't I want you to move in with me?
Kristina: Because you never even asked me, for starters. Why? Because I never gave you the chance. I just show up here. I waltz right in. I force the issue -- again. I mean, I guess -- why would this situation be any different than the situations that you and I have been in in the past? I mean, who was it that forced you to prove that you were over Alexis, which obviously I know that you are.
Ned: This isn't about Alexis.
Kristina: I kept -- ah! See, there I go again. I need you to assure me that you're over Alexis, so I keep badgering --
Ned: Whoa, whoa, whoa. You think I want -- want you to live with me in order to prove that I'm over Alexis?
Kristina: Well, you haven't even asked me anything yet, Ned.
Ned: Kristina, will you move in with me?
Kristina: No. No. No. See, there you go. I'm forcing the issue again. And the only reason that you're going along with it is because you are a kind and decent man. I mean, can I please just leave this alone for five seconds? Can I let this be your idea instead --
Ned: Where are you going?
Kristina: I am going out so I can either head for the Himalayas or come back in here and start all over again -- not that that would make any difference. You know what I need? I need a newspaper. I need a real estate agent so I can get my own apartment, find my own place.
Ned: I need your toothbrush next to mine. I need your cold toes rubbing up against my warm feet. I need your dirty socks mixed in with my dirty socks.
Kristina: Don't -- don't mention my dirty socks anymore.
Ned: I need to see this beautiful face every morning when I wake up and the last thing at night.
Kristina: You do?
Ned: Yes, I do. So, Kristina, for the last time, will you move in with me?
Kristina: Yes, Ned ash ton, I most certainly will.
Ned: Good answer.
Kristina: But I -- I -- I want the right side of the bed, okay?
Ned: Well, actually, that may require some serious negotiation.
Sonny: All right. We can wait five minutes for the doctor.
Carly: But you could talk to her from home. Why don't --
Sonny: I just want to say one thing to her.
Carly: Sonny, I know how difficult hearing that baby's heartbeat must've been for you.
Sonny: Not as much as it was for you.
Carly: We will have our own baby someday, Sonny. Maybe really soon.
Sonny: Our boy would've been 2, walking around, driving Michael crazy --
Carly: Don't -- don't --
Sonny: All I'm saying is maybe we should just give up on this. All right? You know, not everybody can have children.
Carly: I'm not giving up.
Sonny: If -- if a child of mine is not meant to be, it's not meant to be. What are we going to do --
Carly: How can you talk to me like that here in this hospital after they just shoot me up with God knows what and they poke around inside of me, run tests on me that I can't even pronounce. You talk to me and say that a child of ours is not meant to be?
Sonny: Well, if it's going to be difficult for you is what I'm saying --
Carly: So what? Sonny, hope is difficult, okay? Not giving up is really difficult, and it turns out that my getting pregnant is difficult, too. Who cares? Sonny, I'm going to give you a baby -- our baby. I don't care what they have to do or how hard it's going to be. I want a baby. I want Michael to have a little brother or a sister, and no one's going to take that away from me. Not even you.
Sonny: All right.
Carly: So, are you with me?
Sonny: You know I am.
Alexis: Oh. I thought this was supposed to have wrapping on it. You know, it's -- never mind. What's a few scuff marks. Can I get through? Just -- there you go. You know, maybe if you can just -- you know, you can actually just drop it anywhere, it's okay. I didn't really mean that literally. Um -- Jason --
Alexis: How did you get in?
Jason: The door.
Alexis: Did any of you guys see him come in?
Man: No, I didn't see him.
Second man: Neither did I, ma'am.
Alexis: Great. I have nervous movers. What are you doing here? Did I forget something at the penthouse?
Jason: I need a lawyer.
Alexis: I -- I don't work for Sonny any longer.
Jason: No, this is not about Sonny. It's about property. Roy DiLucca bought Pier 52.
Alexis: With what?
Jason: That's what we're trying to find out. Roy knew Sonny was interested in the property.
Alexis: How the hell did he come up with all that money?
Jason: Will you help us find out who's fronting him?
Alexis: Only because I'm curious. I need details.
Jason: Well, ownership isn't really that clear on the docks sometimes. A lot of paper corporations. And Pier 52 is no exception.
Alexis: Well, I'm sure they did a title search. We can at least start with that. Do you know if there's any involvement in --
Jason: I think your movers dropped something. You want me to take care of these guys?
Alexis: No, I don't want you to take care of it. I will. I'll be right back.
Jason: Oh, gosh.
Alexis: Uh -- you know what? Why don't let me handle that.
Jason: Yeah, sure.
Alexis: Attorney/client privilege and all.
Jason: What'd your movers break?
Alexis: Just my favorite lampshade.
Jason: You want me to get some better guys over here, Alexis?
Alexis: No. No. Please, no. All right. Everything looks in order here.
Jason: Alexis, if there's anything Sonny and I can --
Alexis: There isnít.
Jason: Do --
Alexis: I'm moving. I'm settling. I'm giving you back your penthouse.
Jason: If you ever want to move back in --
Alexis: I'll research Pier 52 for you. That's it.
Jason: I understand.
Alexis: Okay. I need a legal pad. I think it's in here. Yep.
Jason: Alexis -- I'll get that.
Alexis: Okay. It should be in the bottom thing there. I just need to make a few notes before I forget. Okay, title, cash -- all right. I can probably check it out sometime this afternoon on the pier there.
Jason: No, no. Pier 52 is too dangerous.
Alexis: Not if I go in the middle of the day.
Jason: Sonny won't like it.
Alexis: That no longer concerns me.
Jason: All right, look, I'll -- I'll deal with the docks. You just deal with the legal stuff.
Alexis: Okay. Fine. I can call the city clerk right now while I have a second.
Jason: Okay. If you need anything, just -- just call me --
Alexis: I will, I will. Thanks. City clerk's office? I need the title department. Yep, I'll hold. Do I have a choice?
Sonny: This doctor's taking forever. I don't know what's going on.
Carly: Well, maybe we should just go home.
Dr. Bonds: I'm sorry for the long wait. Things have been a little hectic. I'm glad you both could be here.
Sonny: You know, in the future, I would appreciate it if you didn't make my wife wait so long because I don't like her left alone. She -- you know, she gets upset. I'll send a private nurse if I have to.
Dr. Bonds: I'm sure something can be worked out.
Carly: So, Doctor, how did I do?
Dr. Bonds: The preliminary analysis looks good. We ruled out that there's any fallopian damage, that -- you know, any reason why you can't get pregnant.
Sonny: Wow. That's all right. What's next?
Dr. Bonds: We still need to do more detailed hormone analysis. But in the meantime, the best thing you and Carly can do is start to work on conceiving a child.
Carly: Isn't it a little soon after all the tests and everything?
Dr. Bonds: The sooner, the better, in my professional opinion.
Sonny: Thank you, Doctor.
Carly: Yeah, thanks.
Dr. Bonds: I'll send good thoughts.
Carly: Um -- did the doctor just tell us to go make love?
Sonny: Yeah. I'm taking you home.
Carly: Oh, finally.
Sonny: Doctor's orders.
Roy: You were terrific.
Felicia: Me? What about yourself? Selling Mr. Moramarko on shipping from our own pier?
Roy: Well, you closed the deal.
Felicia: No, but you did all the business.
Roy: Ah, that was just -- I was just riding your coattails there, kiddo. I -- I thought perhaps we should celebrate the success of our meeting.
Felicia: How did you know it was going to go so well?
Roy: Well, you know what they say -- you know how it is with us rich people.
Felicia: No, I donít. Please, do tell me.
Roy: We always get what we want.
Felicia: I've never seen you like this.
Roy: That's because you weren't around back in the days of the campus disco because that was, like, the real me.
Felicia: Right. I was in elementary school in Texas then.
Roy: I wanted money -- bad. I wanted to get over, more than anything, and I just couldn't make it happen. Even later when I worked for the feds and I got to act like I was rich, it was never really my money. It was never really my life. This is different.
Felicia: You look good in it.
Roy: You look better.
Felicia: Are you flirting with me?
Roy: Oh, I'm trying. This is the beginning, Felicia. It's important.
Felicia: Do you really believe that?
Roy: I do. There are no limits. From now on, there are no limits at all.
Courtney: Okay. I'm here.
Courtney: What did you need to see me about?
Mr. Coleman: Get used to men looking at you.
Courtney: Is that it?
Mr. Coleman: Will your husband be a problem?
Courtney: No, he thought you were somebody else.
Mr. Coleman: Then he doesn't know?
Courtney: No, he can't. It would drive him --
Mr. Coleman: To drink?
Courtney: Just don't call my home anymore.
Mr. Coleman: Look, sweetheart, I could've identified myself. I mean, I could've explained our arrangement -- you know, what you're doing here to pay off his debt.
Courtney: I know
Mr. Coleman: The guy smashes his car into my club, too drunk to see straight. I give you the opportunity to work off the debt --
Courtney: Thank you.
Mr. Coleman: You work on your attitude. I'll need you four nights a week, 10:00 to 2:00.
Courtney: For how long?
Mr. Coleman: Base pay is 50 a night. The real money's in tips, okay? My top girl pulls down five bills a night. You'll give me 50%. It cost me 18 grand to fix the front of my building. You do the math.
Courtney: Is there anything else?
Mr. Coleman: Yeah. Take off your clothes. Now.
Courtney: You don't even have a job for me, right? You just made it up so that I would come here and have sex with you.
Mr. Coleman: Look, hone-- look, I'm way too busy for what you're thinking, okay? Now, like the sign says, the Oasis is a gentleman's club. All right? That means drunk men pay you to take your clothes off. But you're not going to make a dime until I see you strip.
Courtney: It would be a lot easier on a stage or something.
Mr. Coleman: Yeah, well, that's not how it works with the new girls.
Courtney: Isn't -- isn't one of the other girls going to show me around?
Mr. Coleman: Look, I'm trying to do you a favor here, okay? I've seen a lot of girls get out there on that stage and freeze. And it's embarrassing for everybody and it's bad for business, all right? I lose money. They lose a job.
Courtney: I won't freeze.
Mr. Coleman: I need you to prove it.
Courtney: And I will tonight. It's just this office is just -- it's too close.
Mr. Coleman: You know, honey, the innocence thing -- it's wearing a little thin, okay? And I'm a busy man.
Courtney: I don't even know what to do.
Mr. Coleman: Well then you better think of something fast, all right? I am running an oasis here, a place in the desert where men go to unwind and enjoy themselves, okay? And it's your job to make sure they feel good, turn them on. That's what you're getting paid for. That's how you're keeping your Quartermaine husband out of jail. Now, it's late and I'm busy, so for the last time, show me you can strip.
Gia: I am not working with that person. I would rather be flipping burgers.
Man: Flipping burgers may be a little too complicated for you. You either finish this job or I'll make sure you never get another.
Nikolas: Let me tell you something -- your threats here don't impress anyone. So why don't you do me a favor and all of us a favor and get the hell out of here.
Vance: Hey, look, hold on. Everybody signed contracts. We need those pictures.
Gia: Lucky's here.
Gia: He can do the shoot.
Man: Amateur hour. If that's what you want, suit yourselves.
Vance: Hey --
Man: No --
Vance: Hold on.
Gia: Help me out. Please?
Lucky: I don't know. You want an amateur?
Gia: Lucky, come on. You are amazing and you know it. And these pictures are going to get international exposure. It'll be our chance to show how wonderful we are together.
Lucky: All right. Give me a few minutes to set up.
Gia: Okay. Thank you. You won't be sorry, I promise.
Lucky: We'll see about that.
Gia: So, was I awful, slapping that jerk back there?
Nikolas: Well, you -- you are kind of sexy when you get angry. You were terrific.
Woman: No, donít.
Nikolas: Oh --
Woman: Please. You'll smudge her.
Nikolas: Okay. Okay.
Ned: You know, I couldn't believe you actually called me a suit when we first met.
Kristina: Well, we all make mistakes.
Ned: And then Jax drops you off at my doorstep with some cockamamie story.
Kristina: You actually believed it, huh?
Ned: How could I? You kept changing things all around -- your story, my furniture.
Kristina: Hey -- in a million years, I never would've guessed that we'd be living together.
Ned: Neither did I. But it feels good. It feels right.
Carly: So, this is different than the first time.
Sonny: But that was a while back.
Carly: Yeah. Had I known we were making a baby, I don't think --
Sonny: Don't think about it.
Carly: So, I've never had to make love on doctor's orders before.
Sonny: Yeah? Well, there's no rush.
Carly: What are you talking about? We're always in a rush.
Sonny: Not this time.
Carly: Okay. See, now, that's just it. You know how the doctor said she was going to send us good thoughts? What if she's doing that right now? What do you think she's picturing?
Sonny: Just forget about the doctors, forget about the tests, okay? Just think about us. We're together now. That's all that matters. You're what I want, and I want you right now.
Carly: You sure?
Sonny: Yeah, think so. Okay.
Felicia: Can you imagine having anything you want?
Roy: Right now I can, yeah. Right now.
Felicia: What would it be?
Roy: It'd be a day like this, for starters. What about you?
Felicia: I just can't wait to see what happens next.
Courtney: No- God.
A.J.: It's only your husband.
Courtney: You scared me.
A.J.: Are you okay?
Courtney: Yeah, I'm just exhausted, that's all, and I skipped lunch.
A.J.: What's in the bag?
Courtney: Wait a second.
A.J.: Really? What's this? Hmm?
[Knock on door]
Jason: I just let myself in.
Sonny: Yeah, it's no problem.
Jason: Is Carly here?
Sonny: Yeah, she's upstairs. Did you find DiLucca?
Jason: We have to take this outside.
Sonny: Is this about DiLucca? What the hell happened?
Jason: No, that's -- that's not what I need to tell you.
Sonny: Then what is it? You in some kind of trouble? You got to tell me.
Jason: No, it's not that.
Sonny: What is it? Because you look like you just got hit by a truck. What's going on? I'll take care of it, whatever it is, but you got to -- tell me!
Jason: Alexis is pregnant.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
A.J.: I've never seen you wear something like that before.
Roy: Champagne is getting warm.
Felicia: I don't care.
Sonny: If the child is mine, why wouldn't she tell me?