GH Transcript Tuesday 9/24/02

 

 

General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 9/24/02

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Proofread by Audrie

Lucky: I appreciate everything you've done. I'll take it over from here.

Alcazar: Kill Jax and bring me Brenda, or Felicia pays the price.

Jax: There's only one thing missing -- your engagement ring -- if you still want to marry me.

Jason: If you bother this girl again, I will hunt you down and I will finish you.

Carly: You can expect Sonny's business to continue smoothly with me in charge.

Courtney: Gee -- thank you. Another disaster averted. I don't know why I'm such a klutz today

Elizabeth: It's perfectly understandable.

Courtney: It is?

Elizabeth: I don't even think I'd be here after the night you had.

Courtney: Wait. What -- what do you mean? That creep on the docks? How did you know?

Elizabeth: Well, I saw you with Jason, and you obviously seemed upset. So I asked him what happened, and he said that some guy had grabbed you?

Courtney: Great. Does the whole town know?

Elizabeth: No, but so what if they did? You didn't do anything wrong. I'm sorry. It's kind of a -- a hot button for me. I was -- I was raped a few years back.

Courtney: I'm sorry. I --

Elizabeth: No, I'm -- I'm fine now. You know what? I probably shouldn't have even brought up last night. It's none of my business. But without getting into the whole thing, I know how terrified you must have been. And if you find yourself freaked out all of a sudden, you want to talk --

Courtney: Thanks, Elizabeth. That's really nice of you. Fortunately, nothing awful happened, so I'm all right.

Elizabeth: It's a good thing your brother-in-law showed up when he did.

Courtney: That's funny. I never really think of Jason as my brother-in-law.

Elizabeth: Oh, really? Well, how do you think of him?

Man: Come on, fellas.

Second man: Nice.

A.J.: Courtney --

Courtney: Hey.

A.J.: I want you to meet my boss. This is Oscar. Couple guys I work with -- Zito and Fred. This is my wife, Courtney.

Oscar: Wait a second. I know you. You dance at  the Oasis. Hey, A.J., You didn't tell me you married a dancer.

[Oscar laughs]

Oscar: Whoa.

Nikolas: What's wrong?

Gia: Tell me you have the power to erase someone off the face of this planet.

Felicia: I wish I would've saved my clothes from high school. Who knew 1970's fashions would be cool again.

Maxie: Too bad. We could've sold them on the internet. We'd be rich.

Roy: Hey, there

Felicia: Hi, there.

Roy: Just calling you on the phone.

Felicia: Oh.

Roy: How you doing?

Felicia: Fine.

Roy: Out doing a little shopping, are you?

Felicia: Shopping and a movie and ice cream.

Roy: Sounds fun. I haven't seen you guys since -- since that incident. Your Mom tells me that you're doing ok, you bounced back. Is that the truth?

Maxie: We're great. We spent the whole day with Mom and didn't get in one single fight.

Roy: That's a good indicator. Well, I'm sure glad to hear it. I'm, you know, sorry about it, and if there -- just remember, if there's anything I can do --

Lucas: I can think of something. Stay out of their lives.

Ned: Would you please just land somewhere? You're making me dizzy.

Alexis: Oh, please, please. Please don't lecture me about relaxing I can't. I can't relax right now. I'm too nervous.

Ned: If you will just calm down right --

Alexis: I mean, how many bad things can happen to someone in a short period of time without it affecting my baby? I mean, I -- I'm just nervous about the test results.

Ned: Ok, just know that whatever happens, you won't be alone, ok? I'll be right there by your side. And, besides, nothing is going to happen. Everything is going to be fine. I can feel it.

Alexis: If this baby is all right, I -- I promise you I'm going to just be grateful. Just -- just grateful. I'm just going to let everything go. I'm just going to -- I'm going to smell the roses. I'm going to smell the coffee or anything anyone sticks under my nose. I don't . I -- besides, nothing bad can happen.

Ned: No.

Alexis: It would be statistically impossible.

[Knock on door]

Alexis: I'll get it.

Lucky: Alexis. Good, you're home. I need your help.

Taggert: What?

Scott: Aren't you going to congratulate me?

Taggert: Ok, I'll play. For what?

Scott: I guess you haven't seen the paper. Well, here you go.

Taggert: You're running for district attorney?

Scott: Not only running, I'm going to win hands down.

Taggert: Well, you'll excuse me if I don't pat you on the back right away because, you see, it might be a little early considering your only big case as acting D.A. Ended in the felon getting away.

Scott: Nobody's going to remember Luke Spencer when election day rolls around. They're going to be too busy marveling at my victory over organized crime.

Taggert: Speaking of which, there was a meeting of the mob h last night.

Scott: Uh-huh?

Taggert: You'll be happy to know we had an undercover taping it.

Scott: Good. Well, I'm sure Jason's going to take over Sonny's little throne.

Taggert: Not exactly.

Scott: Well, I'm all ears, Taggert. Who is?

Rev. Dade: Mrs. Corinthos.

Carly: Reverend. Please, call me Carly.

Rev. Dade: It's good to see you. Is there something I can do?

Carly: Well, yeah. As a matter of fact, there is. But first, I really wanted to tell you how much I appreciated your kindness the night that my husband died. Because of you, Sonny wasn't alone, and I am so grateful for that.

Rev. Dade: I was glad to help, as I would like to help you. What brings you here, Carly?

Carly: Well, I'm trying to piece together the events of that night.

Rev. Dade: Mm-hmm. How can I help?

Carly:   Well, you said that there was a woman here.

Rev. Dade: Yes.

Carly: And you'd never seen her before?

Rev. Dade: No. She said she was waiting for some man that might not arrive.

Carly: What did she look like?

Rev. Dade: She was very pretty, petite. She had dark hair, eyes. Mr. Jacks, Ms. Quartermaine. I apologize. I'm running a little late.

Jax: That's ok. We're not in a hurry., Please, finish your business with Mrs. Corinthos.

Jax: You know, Skye and I would be happy to come back if you need more time with Mrs.. Corinthos

Rev. Dade: You know each other?

Carly: Yes. Very well.

Jax: I'm very sorry for what you've been going through, Carly.

Carly: Oh. Well, you've obviously been spending too much time with Alexis because you're turning into a hypocrite as well as thinking that you are better than everyone else.

Rev. Dade: Mrs. Corinthos, you're upset and you have every right --

Carly: You knew how I felt about Sonny. You knew that he was the love of my life because I told you repeatedly, once upon a time when I considered you my friend. But I guess that was an illusion or some game or just an outright lie since you turned on me the minute Sonny and I reconciled.

Jax: You know exactly why our partnership failed.

Carly: You used my borrowing the money as an excuse to get rid of me. It wasn't because the club was being managed poorly or because you even gave a damn about the money. You wanted me gone because my husband was a constant reminder of Brenda -- your biggest failure. You were the fallback position. You were the one that she went to when the man she really loved threw her out on the street. And now Sonny's dead, you are happy about it.

Carly's voice: You gentlemen show a surprising lack of imagination. I am well-equipped to run Sonny's territory. I have people in place ready to carry out my orders. People like Jason Morgan. Any of you have a problem with the way that Sonny's territory has been run? He's kept the peace. He's settled disputes. And like I told  Mr. Tagliati nothing has changed.

Scott: Well you got to hand  it to Carly. She's got get-up-and-go.

Taggert: Jason has to be backing her.

Scott: Well, then, he's as loony as she is. I mean, what is she thinking, challenging the mob like this? She's going to make more messes than Jason can clean up. Sonny is barely rotting in his grave, and organized crime is falling apart, thanks to that nut job that he married.

Taggert: According to legend, Carly once started a labor strike.

Scott: Well, now she's going to kick off a mob war. And when they're all looking over their shoulders, you know, I'll just round them all up, send them to Sing Sing. I'll be the town hero. Carly is going to get me elected.

(Bobbie chuckles)

Bobbie: Is that so? Well, I'll bet my daughter would be interested to know that.

Lucky: Scott Baldwin doesn't deserve to be elected dogcatcher. This permanent appointment D.A. Is not going to happen, and I'm going to make sure of it. Now all I need is a favor from you and a little bit of strategic legal advice.

Ned: Lucky, I can see you're all fired up, but this happens to be a really bad time so can you --

Alexis: Actually, this happens to be a really good time, you know, so -- because it'll distract me from what were talking about before because I don't want to talk about that anymore and worry about it. So why don't I just meet you later?

Ned: Ok, fine. Uh -- my cell is on.

Alexis: Don't worry. It's all right.

Lucky: I'm sorry. I should have called.

Alexis: It's ok, but please don't make a habit of it, all right?

Lucky: Fine.

Alexis: All right. So -- so what are you proposing to block Scott's election

 Lucky:  By using Theresa carter's skull, which I'm hoping you'll let me have. And by getting Scott's signature on a few documents, which I'm hoping you'll help me draft.

Alexis:  So, in other words, you want to blackmail him?

Lucky: Exactly.

Lucas: If you really cared about Felicia and Maxie and Georgie, you'd stay as far away from them as possible. You'd cross the street when you saw them coming and pretend you'd never seen them before.

Maxie: Lucas, come on.

Lucas: You're a bad man, Roy, and bad stuff happens to people around you.

Felicia: That's enough, Lucas.

Lucas: Well, someone's got to say it!

Felicia: I said knock it of

Roy: No it's  ok. He's entitled to express his opinion. You have my full attention, man. Let it rip.

Gia: I want Tina Bass' name off the masthead. I want her drummed from the publishing world, forced to support herself editing matchbook covers and dog food ingredients.

Nikolas: What's the old saying -- "bad press is better than none"? Am I right?

Gia: Ok, you tell me if you think this constitutes anything good.

Nikolas: Ok.

Gia: "Gia Campbell has a lovely face. Unfortunately, it comes equipped with a mouth, which she uses to posture and pout. She's ungracious, sometimes violent. Ask celebrated photographer Warren Fields who's been on the receiving end of one of her tantrums. And to top it off, she's engaged to a real-life prince whose money buys what her rather nominal talent can't demand on merit." Why don't I just let the article speak for itself? I mean, do I really have to go on?

Nikolas: Ok, ok, ok. Look, not only is this one of the best covers I've seen, but it's one of the best pictures I've ever seen of you. Ok?

Gia: You can't make me feel better, Nikolas.

Nikolas: Oh, yeah? Don't be so sure.

Gia: Where are you going?

Nikolas: You'll see

Oscar: There she is, the desert flower of the oasis. You're a lucky man. You get to come home to your own private dancer no admission fee, no two-drink minimum. Hmm.

Courtney: You had the ham, right?

Oscar: Yeah. Put it right here, baby.

A.J.: So I hear that there may be new benefits packages in the works. If that's true, that's great.

Oscar:  Speaking of packages, you guys ought to see this honey in her dance costume. Ooh. She's worth the admission just seeing her walk on stage. Oh.

Coleman: You want the lowdown on the lady here, pal? I'll be happy to tell you what her her husband won't.

Oscar: Your ears must've been burning. Just telling my boys here you run one hell of a strip joint, featured my all-time favorite dancer -- the one, the only-- daisy.

Coleman: See that's  the thing. What's your name

Oscar: Oscar

Coleman: Oscar. While Courtney worked for me, I got to know her pretty well. And the whole Daisy trip -- it was just that. It was kind of a detour, you know, one-shot deal. And now she's ready to -- to put it behind her. So a word of advice forget about Daisy. She doesn't exist.

Oscar: I didn't mean no offense.

Courtney: It's ok. You didn't know. So, is everybody set here? Ok.

[Courtney sighs]

Elizabeth: Hey. Are you ok?

Courtney . Yeah, I'm on top of the world. Haven't you heard? I'm a celebrity.

Elizabeth: What's up with that guy?

Courtney: Hell that's no guy. That is A.J.'s boss. Guess that means he gets to be as rude as possible.

Coleman: Hey.

Courtney: Hey

Coleman: Can I get a coffee to go?

Courtney: Sure. Look, I want to thank you for taking care of that.

Coleman: Oh, no problem I was happy to. The guy's a jerk.

A.J.: You thank  him? How quickly you forget -- he's the reason you started stripping to begin with

Coleman: Beg to differ on that one, buddy. You drove your car into my establishment while you were under the influence and you couldn't pay for the damages. Courtney was taking up your slack. You know, never mind about the coffee I need to cut down, anyway. You take care of yourself.

Courtney: You,  too.

Courtney: Don't you dare yell at me for thanking Coleman about something that you wouldn't do.

A.J.: You have to know how hard that was for me.

Courtney: No, actually, I missed that.

A.J:  I wanted to throw Oscar through  the window, but I couldn't. He's my boss. And he just gave me some time off to go to Washington to try to get back some of the money that the government confiscated.

Courtney: So that justifies just letting him embarrass me?

A.J.: Did you want me to lose my job over something that was going to end in a few minutes anyway? You, of all people, should understand my position since you've had to do things you've hated for money.  Well now I just did.

Taggert: Oh! Let me see, let me see! Hold the phone. Is that my baby sis on the cover of "Scintilla"?

Gia: For the first and last time. Take a good long look .

Taggert: What's that supposed to mean?

Gia: That my modeling career is about to become history.

Lucky: Just stay with me on this. It holds up, ok? So when my mom and Scott were kids, Rick Webber had an affair with Teresa Carter.  Now she, went postal and she threatened my family.

Alexis: Dee's disputing that, lucky. Rick as much as admitted to that before he died.

Lucky: Wait -- I know -- we can -- will you hear me out?

Alexis: Go on.

Lucky: So, my mother is Rick's stepdaughter and Scott was her boyfriend. Point is they were just as motivated as protecting my mother from Theresa --

Alexis: Lucky, Lucky, Lucky, you know what? You don't need to say anything else. You should just relax we've been through this before. Everyone knows that Theresa carter was murdered in the garage attic, but Scott didn't do it. Your mother did, you know that as well as I do.

Scott: Names and details and passing remarks are all floating around in Carly's head right now. No context. But time and patience and the proper probing -- it'll lead to who assassinated Sonny. And I can arrest him and, you know, make a name for myself.  Is that, you know, so bad, Bobbie?

Bobbie: Scott, you are amazingly persuasive. Sometimes I think you could convince anyone of anything.

Scott: Wait a second. Wait a second. Do you think I'm trying to work you? Because I'm not.

Bobbie: What I think is that when I care about someone, sometimes I have a tendency to overlook things and then later I end up wishing that I hadn't.  Now, you offered a perfectly reasonable explanation for why you let my brother confess to a murder he didn't commit and why you stood back and watched him get sentenced to life in prison. And now you want to run for D.A., and you're thinking my daughter is someone who could help get you elected. So, I'm just wondering -- how ambitious are you?

Scott: Well, Bobbie, you're forgetting one important thing here.

Bobbie: Well, then, remind me, because I don't particularly like what I'm thinking right now.

Scott:  Luke did get away, didn't he?

Bobbie: Yeah. Well what, you're taking credit for that?

Scott: Well, it's just that I -- I know how much your family means to you. And what matters to you -- it matters to me. So if I had to bend the rules for someone you love, I would do it.

Bo: You haven't answered my question.

Scott: I think I just did.

Lucas: Do you have any idea what it was like to see Maxie and Georgie snatched from in front of me?

Maxie: It's over. Georgie and I are fine.

Lucas:  Not because Roy was a hero. Because your mom exchanged herself for you guys. And then we had to wait around to see if she was ever going to come back. Kids aren't supposed to wait by the phone to see if they are going to hear from their parent, the hostage.

Felicia: You've had your say, Lucas.

Lucas: He put you in a position where anything could've happened, and now you're sticking around taking Felicia on dates?

Felicia: You're finished. Do you understand me?

Lucas: Whatever.

Georgie: Lucas, wait up

Maxie: I'm really sorry, Roy. Lucas isn't usually like that.

Roy: Oh, no, that's -- that's ok. That's ok Maxie.

Maxie: I'm going to go catch up with them --

Felicia: Thanks.

Maxie: See if I can calm them down a little bit.

Felicia: Strong-willed boy.

Roy: Brave boy. And smart you know? Everything he said was the truth.

Jax:  I know what it's like, firsthand to love someone more than your own life. I wouldn't wish that kind of hell on my worst enemy, let alone a former friend. If you felt a lack of support, Carly, I'm sorry. Perhaps I can make it up to you.

Carly:  Oh, now that my husband is dead?  Reverend, is there anything else you can tell me about that woman?

Rev. Dade: Um -- dark hair, petite she was gone by the time I found your husband, so I don't think she witnessed the shooting.

Carly: Well, maybe this dark-haired woman knows more than we think. Maybe she's the key to everything. Reverend, thank you for your time.

Rev. Dade: I do apologize for Mrs. Corinthos' hostility.

Jax:  That's ok.  It's nothing we haven't witnessed before.

Skye: Yes, Carly suffered a terrible loss. We completely understand

Jax: About this woman you were talking about -- did she give you her name, by any chance?

Rev. Dade:  No. Why do you ask?

Skye: You think you might know this woman?

Jax:  Oh, no. I mean, how could I? Small with dark hair and eyes -- it could be anyone.  Elizabeth Webber comes to mind, but that doesn't make any sense.

Skye: Oh -

Jax oh --

Jane: What a charming location.

John:  Smashing setting for a wedding.

Skye:  I'm so glad you're here.

Jane: Well, where else would we be, but welcoming our lovely new daughter to the family?

Skye: Oh.

Jax:  Mom, Dad, I'd like you to meet Rev. Dade. He'll be performing the ceremony. This is --

Jane:  How do you do?

Jax: John and Jane Jacks.

John: Pleasure to meet you.

Rev. Dade:  Pleasure's mine.

Jane:  Well, I can't wait one moment longer to explore this lovely church.

Rev. Dade:  I would be delighted to give you the tour.

Jane: Oh, well, thank you very much.

Jax: So far, so good?

Skye: So far, pretty wonderful.

Jax:  I just want you to know that if -- if at any point this gets too much for you, if you -- if you're overwhelmed, we can -- we can get out of here. Because you know we can get married anywhere in the world.

Skye: No, Jax, I want to get married right here, and celebrate our happiness with the people who matter.

Jax: All right.

Felicia: We made a mistake. We shouldn't have taken Alcazar's money, but we made the choice.

Roy: I made the choice. As I recall, you had reservations.

Felicia: I could've bailed, and I didn't. Alcazar now knows me. He knows he can threaten me to keep you in line. Do you think that we could fool him if we stop seeing each other altogether? Or is that what you're trying to tell me, you think we should keep our distance?

Roy: No-- no, not at all if you ever think that, you're mistaking me for a much less selfish man. Lucas was right about me. I am nobody's hero. I want you, and I'm not noble enough to walk away. But I also want to be sure that you're around for a long time, and because of that, I have got to play out this thing with Alcazar.

Felicia: What does he want now?

Roy: Well you know, it's better if you don't know, Felicia. But I promise this long, slow walk through hell is about to end

Maxie: I can't believe Roy let you diss him like that without even defending himself.

Georgie: Lucas was just defending us.

Lucas: She's right, Maxie.

Maxie: No, she's not. You're conveniently forgetting that Roy was the one who saved us. He would never let anything happen to me or Georgie or my Mom, and my sister knows that.

Georgie: I don't even see why Mom is even going out with Roy. Why can't she just get back together with Mac?

Maxie: Hello? How dense are you? That was over so long ago.

Lucas: I'll be right back. Hey.

Carly: Hey.

Lucas: How are you?

Carly: I'm ok. As well as can be expected. Thank you for asking.

Lucas: You're my big sister. I love you.

Carly: Hmm -- I love you, too, Lucas. Thanks, because I really needed to hear that.

Lucas: You going inside?

Carly: Yeah.

Lucas: Want some company?

Carly: You know what? I have some things that I need to figure out, but you hang out here with your buds, ok?

Elizabeth: Have you heard from Jason?

Carly: Um, no.

Elizabeth: Well, I told him you were looking for him.

Carly: You saw Jason?

Elizabeth: Yeah, last night.

Carly: What did he say?

Elizabeth: Not much. Courtney was harassed by some jerk on the docks, and Jason was there to stop it before it got out of hand. And then A.J. Showed up and had a complete meltdown about Jason coming on to his wife and --

Carly: Oh, no, A.J. is a complete idiot, and, unfortunately, Courtney can't see it or won't see it or whatever. But you know what? I -- I can't worry about that. I can't take care of it. There's nothing I can do. And you know what -- did Jason have a message for me or anything?

Elizabeth: No, no. No message. But he did have lipstick on his neck.

Carly: Lipstick?

Taggert: "Talent can't demand --" ahem. Well, it's -- um -- look, I've never known you to give up on anything, ok? If you can go up against our mother, I mean, this -- this journalist is like lunch. Come on.

Gia: "Marcus Taggert makes a mean arrest but he's sorely lacking on charm." How would you feel if someone wrote that about you?

Taggert: Look, I don't give a damn over what anybody thinks about me, ok? And it wasn't too long ago when you didn't care, either, so --

Gia: Yeah, well, that was when I was a private citizen, when sucking up to the press wasn't part of my job. Do you realize that if I wake up in the morning and I have circles under my eyes, I go into a full-scale panic. Do you see this muffin? I mean, it looks like an ordinary muffin, right? Well, to me, it's not. To me, this is a serious threat to my career. I mean, what if one bite leads to another and then another?

Taggert: I think -- I think you're exaggerating for a change. Come on.

Gia: Not by much, no. It's a ridiculous way to live, Marcus. I mean, why should I expose my heart and soul and my body to someone like Tina Bass who cannot wait to make me look like a fool in some international magazine? Especially when I can eat all the muffins that I want and then some.

Alexis: Lucky, you're fighting the obvious. You are so desperate to keep your father from spending the rest of his life in jail that you're creating a scenario to make Scott look guilty. Scott did not make your father confess. He chose to do that all on his own because he thought he was protecting your mother. Look, he's done what he's done, and you need to deal with it.

Lucky: I know. You're right. You know, but it really is hard for me to sit there and watch that guy all puffed up because he thinks he's so smart that he got away with something with my Dad!

Alexis: He did. He did get away with something. And I am begging you not to underestimate him or his ambition. Do not push him and do not go waving the skull around hoping to blackmail him because he will retaliate and perhaps he will tell the story of what really happened to Theresa just for spite.

Lucky: I hear you on all counts.

Alexis: Good. Now, is there anything else? Because this didn't go on nearly as long as I thought it would.

Lucky: I'm not even going to try to understand what you just said, but I am going to get out of your way. Thank you for seeing me. And whatever is troubling you, I hope it all works out.

Alexis: Am I that transparent? I didn't used to be this transparent.

Lucky: Take care.

Alexis: I am this transparent.

Carly: You know, I don't care if Jason had lipstick all over his face or he reeked of perfume -- cheap or otherwise, ok? There is no way he is having a thing with Courtney or anyone else. Because unbeknownst to me, some reason that I cannot comprehend, he is hung up on you. And unlike the person who is standing across from me, Jason is clear on what he wants. He would never be torn between two people, like you were torn between Jason and Lucky or Jason and Zander.

Elizabeth: Like you were torn between Jason and Sonny?

Carly: That's real nice, Elizabeth. Real nice. You know what I find really interesting, is how quick people are to jump to call me self-centered while they think you are a sweet, kind, generous soul. Yet I don't think I have ever, ever insulted someone who has just lost her husband --

Elizabeth: All right --

Carly: Mere days after the fact like you just did.

Elizabeth: All right, Carly. I'm sorry. You're right. Can I just vent for a minute, please? Ok, look, Jason disappears for hours at a time. When he comes back, he won't say where he's been. Even you can't track him down. You don't have to answer me, but how do you deal with someone disappearing without an explanation because of some secret business thing that calls for his absence for blocks of time add that to the lipstick, and you can't convince me you wouldn't be wondering, too.

Carly: All right, Elizabeth. Come on. Sit.

Nikolas: Ok, so, listen -- I have good news and bad news.

Gia: Me, too.

Nikolas: We don't have grounds to sue Tina Bass --

Gia: I don't care about that hateful article anymore.

Nikolas: But -- but I have arranged a major cover and an interview.

Gia: No. I've decided to trash the whole modeling thing.

Nikolas: No, come on, come on. You can challenge Tina on her own territory.

Gia: Look, I've been going through the motions for months now, and, well, I'm really sorry to disappoint you.

Nikolas: Wait a second. Why would I be disappointed?

Gia: Did you hear what I just said?

Nikolas: No, not really.

Gia: I'm giving up my career.

Nikolas: Are you sure about that?

Gia: I'm positive.

Nikolas: Ok.

Gia: "Ok"?

Nikolas: Yeah. You know, whatever you want.

Gia: You're ok with it?

Nikolas: Why wouldn't I be?

Gia: Well, I just thought that with everything that's been going on with Laura and the family that my fabulous life was the one bright spot.

Nikolas: That's your career, ok? You're the bright spot. Let's go. Come on.

Alexis: What if I didn't drink enough milk? I hate milk. You know, I had to force myself to drink the milk. And what if I didn't drink enough and it hurt the baby?

Ned: How? The baby will be born with a milk deficiency?

Alexis: You've never been pregnant, have you? What I mean is there are so many things that can go wrong. You just don't know. You know, it could be things that I did too much or I didn't do enough.

[Knock on door]

Dr. Bonds: How is everyone?

Ned: Fine. Not so great.

Alexis: Please don't speak for me. I'm not so great.

Dr. Bonds: Nervous?

Alexis: That's an understatement.

Ned: She thinks she didn't drink enough milk.

Dr. Bonds: Ok, well, let's just put these fears to rest, shall we? You ready for your ultrasound?

Alexis: Well, not quite. I was hoping I -- well, I think I need to know what the amnio results were because your assistant said that I would hear by today.

Dr. Bonds: She didn't call you yesterday?

Alexis: No.

Dr. Bonds: She should have. There are no genetic problems.

Ned: See?

Dr. Bonds: As far as I can tell, everything looks great.

Ned: Told you. Everything's fine.

Dr. Bonds: Would you like to know the baby's sex?

Alexis: No.

Ned: Yes.

Skye: I wasn't sure you'd come.

A.J.: You asked.

Skye: Oh! It's that easy?

A.J.: Absolutely. Between you and me, you bet. Look at you. You look happy.

Skye: Oh, A.J., They'd have to invent a whole new language to describe how happy I feel.

A.J.: I'm glad. You deserve it.

Skye: And you are probably the only person in the entire world who can say that and actually mean it, which brings me rather nicely to my point.

A.J.: Mm-hmm?

Skye: A.J., I love you more -- bigger, better than anyone else. My wedding day wouldn't be the same if you didn't walk me down the aisle.

A.J.: You mean it? Well, what about Dad?

Skye: Oh, I really want you to do it. Don't you want to do it?

A.J.: Absolutely. Yes. But there is a complication. I have a court date out of town. I may have to leave the wedding early.

Skye: Oh, yeah, whatever. I don't care, as long as you are there to walk me down the aisle.

A.J.: You kidding me? Wouldn't miss it. I wouldn't miss it.

Skye: Oh. Thank you.

John: Any news of alcazar?

Jax: Not since Sonny was killed. He's pretty much dropped out of sight.

John: That could be a good sign.

Jax: Yeah, I think Sonny was his main target, you know? And he's satisfied. Now he's moved on.

[Phone rings]

Roy: DiLucca.

Alcazar: Felicia, Felicia's daughters, Felicia's nephew from a marriage that ended years ago -- is there anything else before me on your list of things to do?

Roy: I'm keeping track of Jax just like you asked.

Alcazar: That's not enough anymore.

Carly: I will keep my eyes and my ears open.

Elizabeth: Sorry I was so pushy.

Carly: No, it's fine. I get where it came from. And if I see Jason, I'll tell him to call.

Elizabeth: Thanks, Carly.

Carly: You're welcome.

Scott: Hey, what a surprise.

Carly: Scott.

Scott: It's good to see you out. You're holding up ok?

Carly: Yeah, I'm fine.

Scott: Well, I just want to say how sorry I am and that I just want you to know you can lean on me if you get in over your head. I mean, sometimes the underworld influences, they can exert a lot of pressure.

Carly: Ok, Scott. I see that subtlety is not your strong point. You'd think that I couldn't see a would-be fishing expedition when I'm the focus of it?

Scott: I was just trying to offer my condolences.

Carly: No, Scott, you're trying to open a conduit for information on Sonny's friends and his associates. Ok, you know what? I'm never, ever going to be it. So save your nice guy routine and your cheesy kisses for my mother.

Lucky: Gotcha.

Scott: What are you doing, lucky?

Lucky: Oh, I'm documenting your life. In fact, I'm documenting every single moment of your life.

Scott: What for?

Lucky: Well, you're running for district attorney. That makes you a public figure. Your life is on display for everybody to see, and I'm the official record keeper. So everything you do that's legal -- or not -- will be on film for all voters to see. You know, so they can make an informed decision. Smile.

Scott: You shoot my good side.

Lucky: You should turn around, Baldwin.

Elizabeth: There you go.

Carly: Thank you.

Elizabeth: Mm-hmm.

[Phone rings]

Elizabeth: Kelly's. Yeah, just a minute. Courtney, it's for you!

Courtney: Hello? Who is this? Did the caller give a name?

Elizabeth: Just asked for you.

Courtney: Damn it.

Alexis: I can't believe I'm actually looking at my baby.

Ned: She is a girl.

Alexis: How can you tell?

Ned: I don't know. Just do. Girl on the way.

Alexis: Is it?

Dr. Bonds: I thought you didn't want to know.

Alexis: I changed my mind. Tell me.

Dr. Bonds: You are looking at your little girl.

Alexis: Oh. It's a girl. It's a girl.

Ned: Yes, it is.

Alexis: Oh, she's beautiful. I didn't want to admit this to anyone, but I really wanted a girl. Hello, my girl. Wow.

Skye: Rev. Dade and Jane are going over the ceremony.

Jax: Well, I'm not sure that's wise.

Skye: Oh, I think it means something to her.

Jax: I have something for you.

Skye: What's this?

Jax: Go ahead. Open it.

Skye: Oh, my God. Oh, my God, Jax. I bartered this for a night of martinis. How did you ever get it back?

Jax: Well, let's just say that I am a details man. Will you honor me by wearing it for the wedding?

Skye: Oh, just you try and get that off my neck.

Jax: Here.

Roy: I have been tracking Jax religiously. I know where he is and what he's doing every hour of the day. And this Brenda hasn't gone anywhere near him.

Alcazar: That was a miscalculation on my part. Getting Brenda back won't be as easy as snatching her off the street en route to Jax.

Roy: Then I don't see why the man has to die.

Alcazar: You have your orders. Kill him. DiLucca's stalling again. I have a feeling he may not be up to this job. I might have to kill Jax myself.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Jax: Open your eyes now.

Alcazar: Jax just can't keep his face out of the newspaper.

Man: Will Brenda be there?

Alcazar: Nothing will stop her.

Roy: All he wants for me to do now is kill Jax.

Sonny: Everything's been arranged.

Jason: Wait for Sonny to come home.

Carly: And that is going to be when, Jason?

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