GH Transcript Wednesday 12/18/02


General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 12/18/02

Provided By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

>> Previously on "General Hospital" --

Alexis: I'm going to take you up on your offer.

Felicia: I'll get to work.

A.J.: I'm fighting the divorce every step of the way.

Courtney: He's lost his power to manipulate me, and he can't make me feel ashamed of what I feel for you.

Luke: See? It was him! This is the guy she's running from!

Carly: Sonny, come on.

Sonny: Don't you ever disrespect my wife.

Courtney: Should I be nervous?

Jason: I don't know. I don't think anyone's ever died from eggs.

[Phone rings]

Elizabeth: I'm sure Courtney will cover for you. I'm calling her on her cell because she wasn't home.

[Ring]

Courtney: Hello. Yeah. Sure. No problem. I'll be right over. That was Elizabeth. They need me over at Kelly’s. That was close. You almost blew it.

Jason: Well, I -- maybe you should put, you know, one of those funny ringers on there so we can tell whose phone is whose.

Courtney: You know, maybe you should. Could you picture Sonny's face if you were sitting in some big meeting and your phone went off and it started playing "The Star-Spangled Banner"? I think that would be my Christmas present -- just to see Sonny's expression.

Jason: Hmm. So what do you want for Christmas?

Courtney: Well, I was hoping that we'd get a tree for here so we could decorate it today, but Penny's sick, so I have to go in. What about you? What do you want for Christmas?

Jason: Just to be here with you.

Courtney: Good answer.

Elizabeth: So Courtney's coming.

Penny: Oh. Where was she?

Elizabeth: I don't know. She didn't say.

Penny: I hope she didn't have to cancel anything.

Nikolas: Okay. How about this one, huh?

Gia: I just remembered there's something I got to take care of at Alexis' office and it's got to be done this morning, so any of these trees is okay with me. You can just pick one out.

Nikolas: Gia, no, no.

Gia: I promise I'll be home to decorate it with you tonight.

Nikolas: Gia, come on. Picking out a tree and decorating it is something the servants always did, okay? I want us to do this as a couple, something to make our own. All right? Please?

Gia: Well, is it possible to meet back here in an hour?

Nikolas: Yeah.

Gia: Thank you.

Nikolas: Anything's possible.

Gia: Thanks.

Nikolas: Yeah.

Gia: I'll meet you back right here in one hour.

Nikolas: Yeah.

Gia: Okay.

[Sewing machine runs]

Felicia: Excuse me. I'd like to talk to you. It's very important.

Man: Come back after next week. I got four gross of Christmas tree skirts to get done.

Felicia: That's okay. Fine. You just keep on sewing. Do you work at nights?

Man: Until Christmas I am.

Felicia: Did you work the night of November 22? It was the Friday before Thanksgiving. A man named Luis Alcazar fell to his death from that hotel balcony of the Port Charles hotel, the 14th floor? Someone from this room would have had a view from that. Did you see anything?

Man: I haven't seen anything for 20 years.

Taggert: Have a seat. A bartender down there at Club 101 says Sonny gave you a beat-down. Why aren't you pressing charges?

Ned: I'm not a big fan of wasting time and effort.

Taggert: The man's responsible for the death of your girlfriend. Give me a bone here.

Ned: What's the point in pressing charges against Sonny when you know they'll never stick?

Alexis: What happened to you?

Taggert: Your ex-client.

Alexis: Sonny did this to you?

Scott: Spencer, you ran out of chances after that little stunt you pulled last night, and even I can't protect you now.

Cameron: What happened was a simple misunderstanding. I tried to explain that to lt. Taggert.

Scott: Right. Well, the innocent guy that you assaulted is a state senator and he's pressing charges.

Luke: Well, he's been stalking --

Cameron: Luke --

Luke: A young woman that I know. He's threatening her.

Scott: Oh, right, right, the mystery woman.

Cameron: I'll accept full responsibility.

Scott: Well, it's too late for that because you can't control your patient. He's a danger to the public, so you have been relieved of duties, and, you, Spencer, are on your way to a mental facility, effective immediately.

Luke: Look, I can explain everything.

Scott: Hey, he's not your doctor anymore. You're going to have a team of new doctors that specialize in frontal lobotomies.

Cameron: May I have a moment alone with my patient?

Scott: Go ahead, kiss good-bye.

Luke: Summer showed up at the cabin. She picked the lock on the handcuffs.

Cameron: The minute I stepped away, huh?

Luke: Well, yeah. And then we left the cabin, but it was freezing cold, and she turned her ankle, so we came back, but you had already left. But she opened up to me, Doctor. She told me why she's been so frightened, why she disappears whenever anybody else comes around, who she's been running from.

Cameron: You know, if I put this in a medical journal, nobody would believe it. They'd say I made it up.

Luke: Look, she told me that she has been the mistress of this powerful guy who beat her up and he's been stalking her. He won't let her go.

Cameron: This is the guy you beat up?

Luke: Well, I didn't really beat him up. I -- but the point is that she didn't tell me he was a senator.

Cameron: Would that have made a difference to you?

Luke: No, probably not. See, I screwed up. She begged me not to confront him, and I -- I just didn't listen to her.

Cameron: "Didn't listen to her"?

Luke: No, and -- and she -- she got frightened and she skipped. But she's real! You still think I made this up in my head. You're supposed to be smart enough to know the difference between fantasy and reality!

Cameron: You have a convenient explanation for everything, Luke. Summer twisted her ankle. No doubt you had to pick her up and carry her, and that's why there was only one set of tracks in the snow at the cabin.

Luke: That's exactly what happened.

Cameron: What happened is that you escaped by yourself. Summer was never there.

Ned: This isn't your problem.

Alexis: What are the police doing about this?

Taggert: Mr. Ashton doesn't want to press any charges, but if you want to talk some sense into him, be my guest.

Ned: It's pointless. Sonny will be back on the street before you even finish the paperwork. And the truth is I hit him first.

Alexis: Taggert, you don't have to just drop this. There were witnesses you could go after.

Taggert: You know why people are nervous about coming forward and testifying against Mr. Corinthos? Because you spent the past couple of years making him untouchable. People are nervous about coming forward and testifying against a mob boss that's above the law.

Alexis: I'm no longer his attorney, and whoever is his attorney won't be able to explain away a clear-cut case of assault.

Taggert: You want to get Sonny? Do what I'm doing -- put your money on Roscoe’s widow. The mob has a better chance of taking him down than we do.

Man: I wasn't working November 22. That's before I started.

Felicia: So someone else was working in this cubicle?

Man: I don't know, lady. I wasn't here.

Felicia: Do you know if you replaced someone?

Man: Yeah, but I don't know if she was here that night.

Second man: No distractions are allowed. We're on a tight schedule. I don't care who you are. You have to leave.

First man: I don't know who she is, boss.

Felicia: All I want to know is -- is the woman that this gentleman replaced was working the night of November 22.

Man: Yeah, we've been working pretty much around the clock for weeks now.

Second man: I need more lace!

First man: Fred needs more lace! Ida would have been here.

Felicia: Well, why isn't she working here anymore?

Man: How do I know? She upped and quit.

Felicia: Do you have the address where you sent her last paycheck? I need that. It's pertinent to a murder investigation.

Maxie: Hey, there's a free kiss with purchase.

Man: Sold.

Maxie: Here you go. Thanks. Hold it over your head. Enjoy your mistletoe. It should bring you good luck.

Man: I just had some.

Lucas: How's the mistletoe business?

Georgie: Would you like to buy one?

Lucas: Do I get a kiss with mine?

Georgie: Sure.

Courtney: Do you want the check?

Carly: You know, I'm waiting for someone. Thanks.

Elizabeth: Thanks for coming in on such short notice.

Courtney: Yeah, it's all right. I need the money anyway.

Elizabeth: Oh. The divorce or Christmas things?

Courtney: Both. I -- you know, plus a dog.

Elizabeth: Is A.J. still fighting you on the divorce?

Courtney: Yeah.

Elizabeth: Well, you seem to be holding up pretty well.

Courtney: Yeah, well, I'm just trying to put one foot in front of the other. You know, I'm trying to look ahead instead of behind.

Elizabeth: Hmm. Oh, look, I called your cell phone this morning because you didn't answer your home phone. I hope I wasn't interrupting something.

Courtney: Oh, no, no. I was -- I was just out walking Rosie.

Luke: That's exactly what happened. That's why there was only one set of footprints leaving the cabin because she had twisted her ankle, but there were two sets coming back to the cabin because she walked. Now, you can check that out.

Cameron: Luke, it's been dumping snow in the mountains since midnight. I'm not going to find anything because Summer wasn't there. I know you believe every word you're saying, but she's not real. You're blending fact and fiction brilliantly, but she exists only in your head.

Scott: Time's up, Spencer. The boys are here to take you away a long time.

Luke: She's real.

Alexis: You can't do this. You're frustrated because you can't get Sonny, so you're taking it out on him.

Scott: One has nothing to do with the other, and don't be so sure about Sonny. This mental case -- it's too late. The papers have been filed.

Alexis: You're taking a personal vendetta too far –

Scott: He cooked his own goose here when he went off on that senator. I can't do anything about it. Nobody can.

Cameron: Maybe -- maybe I can. If Luke can admit that he's having delusions, that would show that he's making progress and he could be treated as an outpatient. All you have to do is admit that Summer isn't real.

Luke: No way. No way. Uh-uh.

Cameron: Luke, Mr. Baldwin can do everything he described to you.

Luke: She's real. I know that she's real.

Scott: Okay, then enjoy your medicine. Let's get him out of here.

Cameron: You picked a hell of a time to start having principles.

Luke: This girl's in trouble, Baldwin. If anything happens to her, it's going to be on your head.

Scott: Yeah, okay, all right.

Luke: And that senator is using -- he's using his political -- his political cover to terrorize her! And he's been threatening her, he's been stalking her, he won't leave her alone, and it'll all be your fault!

Alexis: Instead of following me around last night, you should have been here trying to save your patient.

Ned: Okay, all right, I'm here.

Edward: Well, I can see for myself that you did goad that mobster into a street brawl last night. Ned, I know that you hold Sonny responsible for Kristina’s death, but there's no point in just escalating the hostilities.

Ned: The point is someone has to make Sonny pay, and it's going to be me.

Jason: What is so urgent?

Carly: Well, I got these from the city planning office. They are the original blueprints of Kelly’s basement, but you can see that there is a lot more space here than what's actually down there. So what I'm thinking is that it's all been walled up sometime ago, I don't know.

Jason: This is your emergency? This?

Carly: Well, I don't know anything about blueprints.

Jason: Carly, I don't have time for this right now.

Carly: I thought you wanted my club to work.

Jason: Yes, I do --

Carly: So?

Jason: I'm sure it will, but I don't have time to look at blueprints right now, okay? I got to go, okay?

Carly: Thanks so much.

Jason: You're welcome.

Ric: Good morning.

Carly: Morning. You didn't call me back like you promised. I'm beginning to think that you're having second thoughts about working on this club with me.

Ric: No, no, no. Nothing could be further from the truth. Listen, the thing that attracts me to a project are the people who are driving it, like you. You think outside the box.

Jason: What the hell are you really after?

Maxie: And that makes 20. So are these to give away at your office?

Man: They're for my house. My wife's a flight attendant. She comes home tonight.

Maxie: Ooh.

Georgie: Three, four, five, your mistletoe, and your kiss.

Luke: You'll never force me to say I'm seeing people who aren't there! I'll never give you that satisfaction!

[Woman laughs]

Scott: Welcome to your new home.

Luke: I don't belong in this place. You know I don't! You set me up!

Scott: Oh, you did this to yourself -- you drank yourself silly, you turned into a public nuisance, and I tried to help you, Spencer, but, no. You know what's best. Just ask Laura. Go ahead. Get him out of that thing. Take a shot at me. Take a shot at me, because you'll be living in that, sucking Jell-O through a straw.

Luke: You! You did this to Laura! You put her in a place like this! This is her life now, thanks to you!

Scott: Oh --

Luke: You did this!

Scott: Keep telling yourself that, Spencer, and tell all your new friends, because we both know the reason why Laura’s where she is, is because of you, and that's what's making you crazy!

Luke: You! You!

Luke: Get that out of my face.

Alexis: Hey, Diane. How's Kristina? Oh, good. Has the doctor been in there yet? Yeah. Yeah, I'll hold. Listen, I want everything that you have on Spencer. Hi. Yeah. Do you have -- will you call me as soon as the doctor gets in? Yeah, do you have my cell phone number? You do. Okay. Thanks.

Gia: We need to talk.

Alexis: Gia, we can't do it right now. Can we do it later?

Gia: No, it can't. The deadline for this is this morning, but I need a settlement number.

Alexis: Uh -- oh, hold on. I'm sorry. I didn't write this.

Gia: No.

Alexis: I didn't sign this.

Gia: No. I've been reminding you for weeks, but you keep putting me off saying you'll get around to it, but --

Alexis: I filed an extension.

Gia: That was two extensions ago. This is the third one. That's all we get.

Alexis: Okay, what were you thinking here?

Gia: You told me to do the best I can.

Alexis: Answer the phones.

Gia: I did, and it kept being your worried clients who needed some reassurance you hadn't forgotten them. And I asked you if you wanted me to refer them to someone else, but you would never give me an answer. In the meantime, these dates are up.

Alexis: Great, so you used all the legal skills that you acquired before you went to law school?

Gia: I researched this fully. It was just a brief document.

Alexis: You forged my signature.

Gia: I was trying to cover for you like I've been doing for a while now, letting my own personal life fall apart because I knew you were sitting at the hospital with your baby. But if you don't want my help, that's fine. My fiancé will be thrilled to hear it.

Edward: You know, Ned, I've -- I've always felt that revenge is a dish served best cold.

Ned: In the meantime, how much more damage is Sonny going to cause? We've already lost Jason, Emily, Kristina. Who else are we going to lose?

Edward: Do I need to remind you that you are the CEO of E.L.Q.? Now, this family is relying on you to act wisely.

Ned: Corinthos is alight, and the only way to get rid of a blight is to destroy it. Otherwise, it'll destroy you.

Edward: You have to calm yourself, son.

Ned: No, no. I have been calm too long.

Edward: Put your thoughts into that baby and Alexis. Your only thought should be the welfare of that little baby.

Ned: That's exactly what I'm doing. I'm only thinking about what's best for Alexis and Kristina. You're not going to talk me out of this, okay, so don't even try. Just be prepared to thank me when I get rid of Sonny once and for all.

Elizabeth: Well, it looks like the rush is over, so if you want to take off, I can handle it.

Courtney: Are you sure?

Elizabeth: Yeah, I'm sure.

Courtney: Morning.

Nikolas: Hey, good morning. Elizabeth, have you seen Gia? She was supposed to meet me outside.

Elizabeth: No, I haven't seen her.

Jason: If you want to get to Sonny, don't use his wife.

Ric: Forgive me for saying this, Mr. Morgan, but when I look at Carly I see a lot more than Sonny's wife. I mean, this is somebody with brains and guts, the kind of determination --

Jason: When did you get the time to figure all this out, Ric?

Carly: Hey. Excuse me. Ric, would you mind? I'd like to talk to Jason alone.

Ric: Sure. I'll call you about this later, all right?

Carly: That's great.

Ric: Good to see you again.

Carly: So what? No one can respect me for myself? It's always got to be about Sonny?

Jason: You tell me how you checked that guy out. Tell me that.

Carly: I'll tell you, because Sonny did. All right? So he wants to work for Sonny. He's not being secretive about it. But if he wants to help me design a business plan for my club, tell me exactly what is wrong with that. I read his proposal, the one that he drew up for Sonny. It was good, and Sonny was impressed, too. Could you tell me, what is so interesting out there?

Jason: When something seems too good to be true, it is.

Carly: Sometimes when things are wonderful, they're just really wonderful. Like love and falling into it. You know, it's not to be analyzed. It's just to be enjoyed.

Jason: All I'm saying is be careful, okay? And you can call me when you have an emergency. But if it's about your club, warn me first. Good-bye.

Carly: Good-bye. Have fun.

Carly: You're too late, Elizabeth.

Lucas: See you later, Georgie. Bye, Maxie.

Maxie: So now do you believe me that Lucas looks at you like a little kid sister?

Georgie: Yeah -- well, would you kiss a guy if his brother was standing, like, two feet away from you and staring at you?

Maxie: Lucas didn't kiss you, Georgie. You kissed him. And he wouldn't even let you kiss him on the lips. He turned his head on you.

Georgie: Yeah, well, like you're an expert on guys and kissing.

Maxi what? Where are you going?

Georgie: You know what? I'm going to prove to you that I can get Lucas.

Maxie: Don’t. By doing what, Georgie? Come here -- don't -- Georgie?

Jason: Hey, hey, hey. Hey, let me help you.

Courtney: Hey, you know what? This probably isn't a good idea.

Jason: No, you -- look, just let me help you take it, okay?

Mike: Hey. If that's going to Courtney's, I'll take it.

Carly: You couldn't take your eyes off of Jason.

Elizabeth: As always, you have no idea what you're talking about.

Carly: Okay, I have no idea what I'm talking about, but I do know that Jason has moved on. And once he does, he doesn't look back.

Elizabeth: You know what? Jason and I broke up because he lied to me. I don't care what he does or who he sees.

Carly: Oh, okay, then things worked out for the best. Have a good day.

Mike: Look, I'm sure that Jason has more important business to attend to with Sonny.

Courtney: Oh, Daddy, Jason said that he was headed that way, so, you know, you really don't have to drop everything.

Mike: No, no, listen, I would love to spend the afternoon helping my little girl with her tree. Whatever else I had going on can wait. I'll take it from here.

Courtney: Hey, thanks for offering.

Jason: No problem.

Mike: Well, honey, this is great. We get to decorate together.

Courtney: Okay. Yeah, you don't have to work?

Mike: No, honey, I'm working -- I'm working nights. Did you buy the decorations yet?

Courtney: Yeah, a few.

Woman: Would you please stop doing that?

Luke: Nurse, nurse, can I talk to you for a minute?

Woman: Yes.

Luke: I -- I'm not supposed to be here. This is a mistake. I was railroaded by the D.A.

Woman: Well, that's terrible.

Luke: Yeah, and I need to get out right away because I may have put a young woman in danger.

Woman: How?

Luke: Well, there's this guy and he's been following her around and abusing her and he won't let her go, and it turns out he's a state senator.

Woman: Well, the person I should talk to is Dr. Farrell. He's a psychiatrist here, and he's great.

Luke: Can you do that right away?

Woman: Don't worry. I'll go track him down.

Luke: Thank you!

Cameron: Nurse, I need a moment with Mr. Spencer.

Woman: Of course, Doctor.

Luke: Oh, you're too late. I don't need you anymore. She's taking care of everything. She's going to talk to Dr. Farrell and get me out of here. She believes me.

[Woman screams]

Woman: Get away from me!

Orderly: Come here!

Second orderly: Stop stealing the staff's uniforms!

Woman: Dr. Farrell, will you please tell them that I need my uniform!

Orderly: How many times we got to go through this?

Woman: No, I need my uniform! I am a licensed professional!

Cameron: You were saying?

Gia: Hey, Nikolas. It's me. I'm running a little bit late, and I need to see Marcus about something, so I promise I'll be on my way after that. Please don't be mad at me, okay?

Taggert: I thought you went home already.

Gia: Oh, believe it or not, I came back looking for some wise counsel from my calm, rational, understanding older brother.

Taggert: Are you sick, Gia? Because you don't usually ask me for advice, and when I give it to you, you do the exact opposite.

Gia: I know, but sometimes arguing with you helps me get clear on what I really think, you know?

Taggert: Oh, really? Okay, well, then let's -- let's hear it.

Gia: Do you think I'll make a good lawyer?

Taggert: The best.

Gia: Well, do you think I'm doing too much too fast?

Taggert: You're going to have to be a little more specific.

Gia: Okay, well, I've been filling in a lot for Alexis, you know, writing up documents, filing deeds and writs -- paralegal stuff.

Taggert: You aren't a paralegal, Gia.

Gia: Is it really that big of a deal? I know how to do the work. I was trying to help. I practically single-handedly helped Alexis keep her business going. And instead of thanking me, she's reaming me out. In the meantime, Nikolas is furious because I haven't been spending enough time with him.

Taggert: And you want to know if you're going overboard or if you're doing too much work of work that you're not qualified to do, Gia.

Gia: Is that what you think, too?

Taggert: No, I'm just trying to get up to speed here. Let me ask you, do you think you're doing a good job?

Gia: Yes.

Taggert: Have you done anything wrong, filed anything in the wrong place, anything like that?

Gia: No. Everything's been perfect.

Taggert: Then I'm going to go with my first impression. Alexis is just out of control. Look, you know her personal life better than I do. I mean, she's honestly worried about her baby and maybe she's not paying enough attention to her work, and, well, you're just going to have to cut her a little slack, all right? And as far as Nikolas is concerned, you're just going to have to plain cut him.

Gia: Thanks, Marcus. That's a real nice way to talk about the love of my life.

Taggert: You want me to like Nikolas?

Gia: Yeah.

Taggert: Don't ever let me hear you leaving a message like that again. Begging for him not to be mad? Come on, baby. You're way too good for him.

Gia: Yeah, well, I can get into a big argument with you about that, but you just made me feel a lot better about my life and my future career, so I'm going to let that one go. Okay?

Taggert: Mm-hmm.

Gia: Are you going to be here for Christmas Eve?

Taggert: I'll be late. I have to work.

Gia: Good, because that means Mom will be complaining about you instead of me for a change.

Taggert: Don't you have someplace to go?

[Gia sighs]

Taggert: Hey, hey, hey.

Gia: Bye.

Taggert: Bye.

Skye: I got a message. You need to ask me another question about the traffic accident I was involved in?

Taggert: That's right.

Skye: What, you people have nothing better to do than work on a minor traffic incident? Is that it?

Taggert: My sister's fiancé was the victim.

Skye: Why hasn't Brenda Barrett been rearrested for Luis Alcazar's murder?

Taggert: Why was that Coleman guy driving your car?

Skye: Look, I explained this already, okay? I was drinking at Jake’s, a bar that Coleman owns. He noticed I had too much, so he offered to drive me home.

Taggert: Why?

Skye: Because he had a noble impulse. Because bar owners are now being sued when patrons leave the establishment and get in their car and plow somebody down.

Taggert: Why didn't he call you a cab?

Skye: I don't know. Maybe he tried and he couldn't get one. Maybe he wanted to get a look down to my shirt. I really don't know. Why don't you ask him?

Taggert: Because I'm asking you questions. You're giving me a whole bunch of answers that don't make a lot of sense.

Felicia: Ida Warren?

Woman: Who are you?

Felicia: I just need to talk to you. I'm investigating a murder of a man named Luis Alcazar, who fell to his death -- PCPD, Ms. Warren. Now let's talk about what you witnessed the night you saw Luis Alcazar murdered.

Ned: Hey, hey, hey, hey! Take it easy, take it easy. What the hell is going on here?

Faith: Exactly what I was going to ask.

Ned: Faith Roscoe?

Faith: Yes. And you are?

Ned: Your new best friend.

Man: Frisk him.

Faith: Stop. I'll do it.

Luke: I had no trouble pouring my heart out to a mental patient. Doesn't that tell you something? It tells me that she made more sense and listened to me better than anybody I've talked to in about two months.

Cameron: And it doesn't bother you that the only person supporting your delusion is a mental patient herself?

Luke: Could you please just consider the fact that there might be a call girl named Summer and that she might be in danger from this guy who is beating her up and that's why she didn't show up, why she always disappeared when anybody came around. It also -- it also says why this guy pressed assault charges against me. I mean, I barely touched him! You get roughed up more than that on a bus! Is there anything else about me that rings schizophrenic to you?

Cameron: You're not exactly textbook, no.

Luke: Well, can you just consider the fact that maybe she exists? Could you? Could you go out there and try and find her? Could you just play detective for 48 hours? You've got all the information. Just go find her, doctor, please.

Cameron: All right. If Summer exists, I'll find her.

Nikolas: Thank you.

Gia: I know I'm late, but I got a completely free afternoon.

Nikolas: Yeah, well, I don’t. I had the morning free. That's what we agreed on, remember, last week?

Gia: This is, like, the 10th time I've stood him up.

Elizabeth: So why do you keep doing it?

Gia: Because I've been studying for the LSAT and I've been trying to help Alexis so she can be at the hospital with her baby. But I've made Nikolas feel like he doesn't matter, and I've got to fix that.

Elizabeth: Well, if you want to fix it, Gia, do it fast, or else it'll be too broken to fix. You miss your chance now and there's no going back.

Courtney: What are you doing?

Jason: I'm waiting.

Courtney: Look, I'm sorry about the tree, you know, but it made my dad really happy.

Jason: Did you get to decorate it?

Courtney: Well, we got the decorations I had put on it. And my dad wanted to go out and get more things, but I lied and I told him I had to go back to work. So right now our tree is sitting in my apartment, being pulled over by Rosie.

Jason: Well, it's good that you got to spend some time with Mike.

Courtney: Yeah, I know. I just -- I want to spend every minute we have together until you leave, you know? I really wanted to decorate that tree together. Do you think you have time to go to another tree lot and get another one?

Jason: I don't think that's going to work.

Courtney: Oh, please don't tell me you have to leave.

Jason: Not yet.

Courtney: It's a golden retriever, just like Rosie. I love it. I love it.

Man: A kiss with purchase, right?

Maxie: Well, it's for a worthy cause.

Man: Well, with that kind of an offer, I'm surprised there's any of that stuff left.

[Maxie laughs]

Girl’s voice: Te gusta, Selma.

Boy's voice: Callate estas actuando una nina chiquita.

Girl's voice: No soy una nina. Yo he crecido mucho. Te gusta, Selma!

Boy's voice: Callate.

Girl's voice: Te gusta, Selma!

Carly: Ric. Hey. What happened?

Faith: Would you like something to drink?

Ned: Why not?

Faith: So, what makes you my new best friend?

Ned: $1 million. Startup capital for a new venture I'd like to team up on.

Faith: What kind of venture?

Ned: Destroying Sonny Corinthos.

Ida: We were swamped. I barely looked up from my sewing machine.

Felicia: I know. Your boss said you were a very conscientious worker. But then you quit in the middle of the Christmas rush to flee the country and hole up here in Canada.

Ida: I'm not holed up.

Felicia: In a hotel room that probably costs more than you made in a week.

Ida: I won a contest and I decided to treat mys--

Felicia: Ida, please. Watch what you say. I don't want to have to extradite you back to Port Charles for obstruction of justice. You're scared.

Ida: I didn't see anything.

Felicia: Someone wanted you to leave Port Charles after Alcazar was killed. Someone offered to help you to disappear. It's going to be all right. Just tell me what happened.

Ida: I saw him die. I know who killed that man Alcazar.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Carly: Homesick? Miss your family?

Sonny: I want to be a good brother to her. That's why I want to send you away.

Faith: Why should I trust in you?

Ned: I despise Sonny as much as you do.

Felicia: Did you see the man who pushed him over the railing?

Ida: It was a woman.

Skye: You want me to lie for Brenda?

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