GH Transcript Monday 5/12/03


General Hospital Transcript Monday 5/12/03

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Boo

>> Previously on "General Hospital" --

Cameron: You, in your infinite wisdom, have managed to lock us in.

Ric: I can turn things around.

Faith: How?

Ric: I got a secret weapon.

Jason: If he threatened you, I need to know.

Courtney: What -- no. He hasn't threatened me.

Kyle: I promise you won't regret this.

Maxie: Never.

Zach: Kyle bet us that he could have sex with Maxie live on the internet and he just won.  

Elizabeth: Oh, my God. Wow. Oh.

Ric: That's what I was hoping you'd say.

Elizabeth: They're from you?

Ric: I had them pick out a lot of different colors so that maybe you could paint it if you like.

Elizabeth: We've already been through this and I'm not going to do it again, ok?

Ric: I'm not walking away from you, Elizabeth.

Elizabeth: Fine, then I'll go.

Ric: No, no, no, no, no. Look, not until you really listen.

Elizabeth: I don't want to hear it, Ric.

Ric: You want to be defiant, that's fine. I understand. But it's not going to change the way you really feel.

Elizabeth: I -- I'm furious with you.

Ric: I know. That means I'm still in your heart.

Elizabeth: Ok, let me make this simple for you -- stop showing up here. We can't be together.

Ric: But we will because I'm not about to give you up.

Mac: I'm out all night on a stakeout --

Georgie: Did you catch the guy?

Mac: And I come home to find your sister's gone all night, too?

Georgie: Look, Maxie and Michelle were going to listen to some music. Maybe they just crashed.

Mac: Or maybe Maxie's in trouble.

Georgie: Maxie spaces out, forgets to check in.

Mac: This is serious, Georgie. Michelle's mom hasn't seen your sister -- I checked. Maxie could be stuck somewhere or hurt.

Georgie: Maxie's fine. I know it.

Mac: I need to be sure, ok? Felicia's trusting me to take care of you kids.

Georgie: And you're doing a great job, really.

Mac: I'm not doing a good job at the moment. Tell me where Maxie really is and who she's with.

Kyle: Hey.

Maxie: Hey.

Kyle: What time is it?

Maxie: It's morning. I'm toast when I get home.

Kyle: Got a cover story?

Maxie: Doesn't matter. I can handle my dad. And it was totally worth it.

Kyle: Yeah. It was good.

Maxie: Oh. Sorry.

Kyle: No, it's cool. I just -- I just think I should get you home.

Maxie: I'm happy.

Kyle: Good.

[Pounding on door]

Alexis: Hello! Hello, somebody! We're stuck in here!

Cameron: Alexis --

Alexis: Hello! Can you hear me?

Cameron: No, I'm the only one.

Alexis: I'm missing my visitation with my daughter!

Cameron: Touch the door again and I'll stuff you in one of those file cabinets.

Alexis: All right. Ok. All right. Somebody! Hello! I have to do something. Hello!

Cameron: You already did. You're the one that trapped us in here in the first place.

Alexis: Fine! What do you suggest we do while we wait?

Cameron: Anything but what you're doing -- the same fruitless action over and over again. I've never seen such a gross example of non-learning. You're like a lobotomized lab rat.

Alexis: Would you rather I remained silent, made no effort at all, like you did at my hearing?

Cameron: You had no business in front of Judge Farmer.

Alexis: But I was.

Cameron: Because you are obstinate and impossible.

Alexis: Oh! God. Cameron, it's morning, I haven't had my caffeine, and I missed my visitation with my daughter.

Cameron: No, I think your daughter will survive.

Alexis: Of course you'd think that, after ignoring Zander for the last five years.

Cameron: Don't talk, Alexis. You're upset and irrational --

Alexis: Oh, really? Am I irrational?

Cameron: Again.

Alexis: Again? Well, that didn't seem to bother you when you risked your career in order to keep me with my daughter, unless you think I'm too irrational now to be a mother.

Cameron: Oh, I think it's possible you could be an adequate mother.

Alexis: Adequate?

Cameron: First, you'll have to learn how to be a functional adult.

Sonny: Carly? Michael?

Carly: Hey.

Sonny: Hey.

Carly: Where are you going? You going to leave me alone with a fridge full of frozen pizzas?

Sonny: No, I'm going to cook you something when I get back from the park with Michael because it's no school, right? So we're going to try out his new bike.

Carly: Oh --

Sonny: Yes.

Carly: Well, you know what? You were on a call, so I sent him on over with Leticia.

Sonny: Well, grab your coat. We'll go meet them.

Carly: Well, what -- don't you want to spend a little quality time with me?

Sonny: We can do that at the park with Michael, all right? We can, you know --

Carly: Yeah, well, you know, we can't just go get him just yet.

Sonny: Ok.

Carly: What?

Sonny: What aren't you telling me?

Courtney: Rosie, shake. Ah, she's such a good girl.

Michael: Why don't you have a ring like mommy?

Courtney: What do you mean, like a diamond?

Jason: Hey.

Michael: Hey, Jason.

Jason: What's up?

Michael: Nothing. Why doesn't Aunt Courtney have a big ring like mommy's? Didn't you give her one?

Courtney: Why would Jason buy me a ring?

Michael: Because you're getting married.

Jason: Did -- did Carly tell you that Courtney and I were getting married?

Michael: Aren't you?

Jason: Michael, listen -- your mom and I are really good friends, and sometimes she thinks she knows what I'm going to do before I even do something.

Michael: So you didn't buy Aunt Courtney a ring.

Jason: No.

Michael: Then go out to a store and buy one.

Jason: Well, I got to explain something to you first.

Michael: Don't you love Aunt Courtney?

Jason: Yes.

Michael: Then you've got to marry her.

Courtney: Sweetie, sometimes people get married and sometimes they wait. That doesn't mean they don't love each other.

Jason: That's right.

Courtney: Now, Rosie has been waiting to go running all day, and I bet she could keep up with you on your bike. You want to try?

Michael: Ok.

Courtney: Ok?

Jason: Here. Don't forget your helmet.

Michael: Ok. Jason? What about the baby?

Jason: What baby?

Michael: The one that mommy says you and Aunt Courtney are going to make when you get married?

Georgie: Personally, I hate the whole slumber party thing, so maybe I got it wrong.

Mac: I hear you, Maxie.

Maxie: Don't be mad.

Mac: Where have you been?

Maxie: There was a party -- you know, the last ones before the seniors graduate?

Mac: That's no excuse. You were out all night and you didn't even call.

Maxie: I guess I lost track of time.

Georgie: See? I told you.

Mac: Was there alcohol at this party?

Maxie: Yeah.

Mac: Were you drinking? Don't bother answering that.

Maxie: Look, I'm sorry that I made you worry.

Mac: You are permanently grounded. You go to school and come home -- no exceptions.

Maxie: Ok.

Mac: And you lied for your sister straight to my face. The same goes for you.

Maxie: No, Mac. This was all my fault. I made Georgie go along with it.

Mac: Georgie chose to lie. That's her responsibility. But, Maxie, staying out all night and drinking -- I mean, that's a big deal.

Maxie: I know.

Mac: If one of your friends got behind the wheel of a car after having a few beers, you could have been seriously hurt or worse.

Maxie: It won't happen again, ok?

Mac: You're right. It's going to be a while before you have any privileges. Look, I've got to get back to the office. We'll talk more about this later.

Maxie: Ok.

[Door closes]

Georgie: Are you still drunk?

Maxie: No way.

Georgie: Then why are you so calm? I mean, your life is pretty much over.

Maxie: It feels like it kind of just begun.

Georgie: Mac is really mad.

Maxie: He'll be over it by prom.

Georgie: Prom? Maxie -- oh, my God. You did it with Kyle?

Teen: Dude, she was so easy.

[Boy laughs]

Kyle: How much did you guys see?

Zach: The whole thing, start to finish. Nice moves.

[Teens laugh]

Kyle: I can't believe you freaks really watched.

Teen: Look, dude, a bet is a bet. Here's your dough, bro.

Zach: It was worth every penny to see "Maximum Maxie" go from zero to 60 under the sheets.

[Teens laugh]

teen: Yo, kid, was she as good as she looked?

Kyle: She was with me, wasn't she?

Teen: Ah!

[Laughter]

Elizabeth: Penny, can you cover for me?

Penny: Sure. Get out of here.

Elizabeth: Thanks.

Ric: Ok, look, look -- I know maybe that was insensitive. I know that flowers can't make up for everything that I've put you through.

Elizabeth: Ok, don't you get it? I don't want your flowers, I don't want anything from you.

Ric: Elizabeth, I need you in my life. Things make sense when I'm with you.

Elizabeth: Oh, stop.

Ric: No, I'm not trying to make this worse. I just want to be who you need.

Elizabeth: Well, people don't change.

Ric: No, that's what I used to believe, all right? But you -- you turned the whole thing around on me. You made me see how much effort it takes to hate somebody because you also showed me how easy it is to love. I love you.

Elizabeth: That's not going to keep you from hating Sonny.

Ric: No, forget about -- forget about Sonny, all right? This has nothing to do with Sonny. This has to do with you. This has to do with the way you look in my shirts and the look of -- you know, the look in your eye when you see a painting in a museum or --

Elizabeth: We never even got to go to the museum, Ric. You were too busy plotting revenge, remember?

Ric: Look, I can change. I choose you.

Elizabeth: The truth is I don't want this anymore. I can't take the risk.

Carly: Ok. Well, so, my mom's going to take Michael to a movie this afternoon. Sonny?

Sonny: Is Michael afraid of me?

Carly: What? Absolutely not. Why would you ask that?

Sonny: Well, because you sent him to the park without me and now he's going to Bobbie's.

Carly: Only because you had work this morning. Sweetheart, we can all go to the movies together if you want.

Sonny: So are you sure he's ok after seeing me the way I was?

Carly: Yeah, he's fine, sweetheart. We all are.

Sonny: Because I tried to explain to him, you know, but kids, I mean, they don't really understand.

Carly: Michael knows you're better.

Sonny: It's not enough. He's got to know that he's always going to come first and that he's part of the family and that's not going to change.

Carly: He knows that you are his father and he knows that so much that he hiked all the way over to the Quartermaines' just to tell A.J.

Sonny: Which he should have never done --

Carly: No.

Sonny: Right?

Carly: Mm-hmm.

Sonny: But I guess, you know, it is good that he stood up to A.J., Right?

Carly: Hmm. Sweetheart, he loves our family.

Sonny: He's going to make a hell of a big brother.

Carly: Yes, he is. And we are so happy and so much closer than we have ever been. I want that same stuff for Courtney and Jason. I want them to be happy together.

Jason: All right, Michael, it -- it takes a while to decide when to get married, and then having a baby takes a lot of time.

Michael: I know, nine months.

Jason: Yeah, right, nine months, but that's -- that's for the baby to grow. But before that, you actually have to decide that you want one and then that's a big, big responsibility.

Michael: Like taking care of Rosie.

Jason: A lot harder, and you can't just decide to have a baby because other people want you to.

Courtney: Yeah, not even for your favorite nephew.

Jason: That's right. And Courtney and I have to figure out what to do next, but I'm going to promise this -- we're not going to have a baby unless we're married, and we're not going to get married without telling you.

Michael: Ok.

Jason: Is that a deal?

Michael: Deal.

Jason: All right. Go ride your bike.

Michael: Ok.

Michael: Come on, Rosie.

Jason: Careful. Ah.

Courtney: Oh, my God. I wish you could've seen your face just now.

Jason: Hey, thanks for all the help.

Courtney: Well, I -- I -- I thought I was going to pass out.

[Courtney laughs]

Jason: Well, maybe you should have. He would've stopped asking us questions.

Courtney: Oh, my gosh. Oh, I'm going to kill Carly for putting that stuff in his head. I mean, the marriage stuff is bad enough, but to get Michael thinking about us having a baby, too?

Jason: Carly right now is not on my list. She's a pain.

Courtney: Whew. I am so not ready for a kid -- not even close.

Jason: Babies are a lot of work.

Courtney: Yeah.

Jason: They eat, they sleep when they want, they pretty much take over your life.

Courtney: I would love to see you with a baby.

Jason: Yeah, when I -- when I lost Michael, I thought that was it, that I'd never have another family or another child.

Courtney: Do you want one?

Jason: Yes.

Courtney: Yeah, me, too.

[Phone rings]

Jason: Yeah? No, the -- those papers are at Sonny's. All right. I'll call you when I get there.

Courtney: You have to go?

Jason: Yeah.

Jason: See you later, ok?

Courtney: Ok.

Maxie: Georgie, it was -- I don't know. It was so exactly what I wanted it to be.

Georgie: You wanted to lose your virginity to some guy that dissed you, like, two seconds ago?

Maxie: No, Kyle was awesome. I mean, he held my hand and he kissed me really softly.

Georgie: And his stupid crew was probably puking in the next room.

Maxie: You're not listening, Georgie. Once we were upstairs together, it was like we were the only two people in the world. Kyle made me feel special.

[Knock on door]

Maxie: Do you think that's Kyle?

Georgie: I'll get it.

[Knocking]

Georgie: Hey.

Dillon: Hi. Is Maxie home? Maxie --

Maxie: We're both grounded for life, so you're not allowed to be here.

Dillon: So your dad saw the website?

Maxie: What website?

Dillon: The one with you and Kyle having sex.

Alexis: For your information, I have been a fully functional, some may say even obsessively rational, human being for years now.

Cameron: Hmm. "Obsessive" is an interesting word. "Narcissistic" is another one.

Alexis: I'm not above striking you at this moment.

Cameron: Have you ever taken a close look at your personal life, Alexis?

Alexis: My personal life consists of me being a mother to my daughter.

Cameron: Who is both dependent on and incapable of disagreeing with you.

Alexis: She is incapable of forming words.

Cameron: You do realize that this sort of rigidity is a result of a too draconian method of potty training.

Alexis: I'm not going to dignify that with a response.

Cameron: Well, that would be in keeping with your coping mechanisms. You both crave and fear emotional interaction --

Alexis: Says the shrink who nearly forced his patient off the roof.

Cameron: Relentlessly pushing away anyone who tries to make a connection.

Alexis: Oh, God! Please, somebody! Get me out of here, please.

Cameron: Let's see -- you left poor Ned standing at the altar then co-opted him into posing as the father of your illegitimate daughter.

Alexis: I'll pay anything!

Cameron: In fact, to the best of my knowledge, I don't think you've had a healthy intimate encounter since, unless you count Kristina lamentable conception with some obviously unsuitable and as-yet-unnamed one-night stand.

Alexis: So, you're saying that I need a date to get my daughter back?

[Cameron chuckles]

Cameron: No, I'm saying you need an adult relationship.

Alexis: I can't think of anyone worth the effort.

Cameron: Good, because you clearly have no options.

Alexis: Go to hell.

Cameron: I'm already there.

Alexis: Oh, God. Help! Help! Oh, thank God.

Cameron: Thanks. You just prevented a homicide.

Courtney: Hey -- whoa. You guys were really moving out there.

Michael: Thanks. Rosie's fast.

Courtney: Yeah, well, she's got four legs. I think it helps keeping up with you and your wheelies. Come on, girl. Come on. Sit.

Michael: Leticia thinks I'm good on my bike.

Courtney: Well, she's right.

Michael: Do you think I could marry her?

Courtney: Leticia? Oh, I don't know. You'd have to ask her. You think she's pretty?

Michael: Yeah, and cool, too.

Courtney: Yeah?

Michael: Yeah.

Courtney: Well, she might be just a little too old for you. You know, Leticia probably wants to get married before you'll be ready.

Michael: What do you mean?

Courtney: Well, it's like Jason and I were saying to you -- sometimes the time is right and sometimes you just have to wait.

Ric: Yeah, but if you wait too long for an opportunity, you might lose it. How about you, Aunt Courtney? You ready to take a walk down the aisle?

Mac: What have you got?

Officer: A parent called in a complaint that the P.C. High school website's got a porn link on it.

Mac: Probably some hacker kid's idea of a joke.

Officer: Yeah. I'm pulling it up to see if the link's still active.

Mac: That's my daughter.

Dillon: I was checking out the Port Charles High School website because I have to register, so --

Maxie: This can't be happening.

Dillon: Well, anybody who clicks on the homework icon is going to automatically download that file.

Georgie: Maxie, I'm so sorry. It's ok.

Dillon: Does Kyle have a computer in his room?

Georgie: The webcam must have been on. This is classic Kyle.

Dillon: Sure he knew about it?

Georgie: Yeah, he probably set the whole thing up!

Maxie: Kyle did not do that.

Georgie: Of course he did. That's why he was all apologetic --

Maxie: Shut up, Georgie!

Georgie: Maybe we can get the link off before anyone sees it.

Dillon: Yeah, I could help you do that.

Maxie: I've got to warn Kyle.

Georgie: No, you're not going anywhere. Mac grounded us.

Maxie: You think I care about that? Zach and his stupid stoner friends did that because Kyle wanted to be with me last night and not them.

Georgie: Maxie, wait!

Dillon: Let her go.

[Door closes]

Dillon: She'll do what she wants to do anyway.

Georgie: This is not going to help. I mean, how can my sister be so clueless?

Dillon: Well, if you ask me, I think you both are.

Alexis: Where's Kristina?

Skye: She ate, so now she's napping.

Alexis: I'm here for my visit.

Skye: Well, then you should have respected the legal agreement.

Alexis: Not that I owe you an explanation --

Skye: And I'm really not interested in hearing one.

Alexis: But I'm late because I was with Cameron and we mistakenly got locked in the file room at general hospital.

Skye: Ooh, kinky. Tell me, is it that facial hair that does it for you? Ooh, please don't say it's the flannel.

Alexis: Fine. I'll call Judge Farmer.

Skye: Go ahead.

Alexis: You need to understand something, Skye. Kristina is my daughter, not yours. I'm the one with the rights.

Skye: Oh, I see. Your daughter, your rights. Have you ever thought for one moment what this is doing to Kristina? My God, Alexis, you're her mother.

Alexis: You are not going to be the one to keep me from my daughter, Skye.

Skye: The hell I won't. You have visitation in another week. Now get out.

Courtney: Michael, come on, we need to take Rosie back  to Mrs. Larosa'S.

Ric: Hey, that's a great bike.

Michael: Thanks. It's new.

Ric: Yeah? Looks like this back tire is a little loose, though.

Michael: Don't worry, my daddy can fix it.

Ric: Yeah, he probably just needs a wrench. It's not like changing a tire on a car, right?

Michael: Yeah. Max changed my daddy's tire once.

Ric: He did?

Michael: Yeah.

Ric: I bet you he used a tire iron.

Courtney: Ok, Michael, come on. Now, why don't you --

Ric: Oh, it's too bad Courtney wants to leave. You know what? I got this brand-new sports car, Michael, that I wanted to show you. It's got a computer in the dashboard, a D.V.D. That drops right down.

Michael: Cool!

Ric: Yeah. You know, maybe we'll take a look at it, take you for a ride one time.

Michael: Ok.

Ric: You and I should hang out a lot more.

Courtney: Don't do this.

Ric: You know what? I have a secret to tell you. I'm not really your mommy's --

Sonny: Hey, Michael. Your grandmother's waiting for you. And you know she doesn't like you talking to strangers.

Georgie: So thanks for letting us know about the link.

Dillon: Do you want me to go?

Georgie: Didn't you just call me clueless?

Dillon: Well, it's an observation. You're totally coming down on Maxie because she's convincing herself that Kyle's into her when he's really not, right?

Georgie: And this relates to me how?

Dillon: Because you're doing the same thing with Lucas.

Georgie: No, Lucas and Kyle are nothing alike. Look, Lucas is really cool and really smart without coming down on everyone all the time.

Dillon: Yeah, yeah, and he's totally hung up on your sister, Georgie. Come on.

Georgie: No, no, no. Lucas and Maxie are really, really close.

Dillon: Do you think Lucas wants to be Maxie's friend? Look at me. Do you think he wants to be her friend?

Georgie: Maybe.

Dillon: Maybe? Why? Because he kissed you last night?

Georgie: You saw that?

Dillon: Yeah, yeah, I saw that. You know something else I saw? It wasn't really you Lucas was kissing.

Mac: Maxie!

Georgie: She's not here.

Mac: Where is she? You again.

Dillon: Dillon Quartermaine.

Mac: Yeah, I remember, Dillon Quartermaine. Look, Georgie is grounded, which means no boys, so you should leave. I have something to discuss with my daughter.

Georgie: Look, dad, something really, really bad has happened.

Mac: You know about this website?

Georgie: Yeah, so does Maxie.

Mac: Where is she?

Georgie: I don't know. She took off to look for the guy.

Mac: You stay right here in this house. I'm going to go find her.

Maxie: The teachers are having conferences today, and all the kids are going to need their assignments. So everyone's going to click on that website and download the video of you and me in bed.

Kyle: Maxie, that's insane.

Maxie: I don't want to blame your friends, but nothing else seems to make sense.

Kyle: Trust me, if they had anything to do with this, they're dead.

Lucas: You first!

Maxie: Lucas, let him go!

Lucas: How could you set something like this up?

Kyle: You think I set this up?

Maxie: Stop it, Kyle!

Lucas: Zach and those guys don't do anything unless you tell them to!

Kyle: Back off, buddy!

Maxie: Kyle and I are both victims here, ok? This is killing him, too!

Lucas: Listen, I know you want to believe that.

Maxie: It's the truth!

Lucas: Maxie, let's just get out of here, please.

Maxie: No. I want to be with Kyle.

Lucas: Why don't you get that he set this up?

Maxie: Kyle's been great through this whole thing, ok? Last night was the best of my life, and today someone's trying to wreck that, ok? But Kyle's right here, and he's going to pound anyone who did this.

Kyle: She's right. Are you going to be ok if go check this out?

Maxie: Yeah.

Lucas: Maxie, I think you're the best, and I don't want to hurt you --

Maxie: Then don't.

Lucas: I'm just -- Maxie, I'm just asking you to think for a minute. Listen, Kyle was pretty pissed last time when you turned him down. What makes you think that he's not --

Maxie: Maybe Kyle really likes me, Lucas! Why is that so hard for you to believe?

Jason: We can get back to the normal route once things cool down. All right, just -- just take care of it, and let me know when it's done. Thanks.

Carly: Hey, hey, you.

Jason: I'm not talking to you right now.

Carly: That's all right because I do most of the talking, anyway. So, did you have fun with Michael at the park today?

Jason: Why would you tell Michael that Courtney and I are getting married?

Carly: You are.

Jason: I asked you not to push this.

Carly: Jason, I love you too much to let you walk away from the best thing in your life.

Jason: No one's walking away. What are you talking about?

Carly: Will you just propose to her already?

Jason: Just stop trying to run my life already!

Carly: Oh, please. Jason, come on. You love Courtney more than you've loved anyone in your entire life. That's including me.

Jason: Well, you know what? Courtney's happy with the way things are right now.

Carly: Oh, you are such a guy. Such a guy. Do you know that the only reason you haven't asked her to marry you already is because you don't want me to be right? You're so afraid of that.

Jason: Well, you're not right. You're wrong, as usual.

Carly: No, I'm right. I am right. Because you know what? You love Courtney completely, and she loves you the same way. So why are you fighting it?

Jason: Because Courtney might not be ready to get married yet.

Ric: Come on, sonny. Michael and I are hardly strangers, right?

Michael: Ric and mommy are friends.

Ric: Yeah.

Sonny: Where's Jason?

Courtney: I don't know. He's got some business. I was about to take Michael to Bobbie's.

Sonny: That's a great idea.

Ric: Looks like you got to go, Michael. Listen, I'll take you for a ride in the sports car soon, ok?

Michael: Can I, daddy?

Sonny: Well, we don't know how long Mr. Lansing's going to be around, Michael.

Courtney: Come on, Michael, let's go, ok? Get your bike. Come on, girl.

Ric: See you, buddy.

Michael: Yeah.

Courtney: Ready?

Michael: Yep.

Sonny: Ric, Ric --

Ric: Hmm?

Sonny: Don't approach my son.

Ric: Michael's my nephew.

Sonny: You're not family. You never will be.

Ric: We're brothers, Sonny, whether you like it or not.

Sonny: Jason is my brother. You? You're nothing.

Skye: You little diva, you. Getting all upset because Alice changed your cashmere, threw you in plain old cotton one. Well, I don't blame you, kid. That would have upset me, too. Ooh. Good eye. I do hope, though, that you'll be able get in some good sleep, huh? You know, when you -- when you get to be an adult, it gets pretty hard to -- to get a good night's sleep in sometimes. Hmm. So many bad things get in your way, you know? Not you, that's for sure. No one's disappointed you yet, huh? No, no. All you need is love and comfort. I'll let you in on a little secret. That's all I ever wanted my whole life. Someone to come along and make me feel cared for, cherished. Who knows, Kristina? Maybe I've been going about this all the wrong way, huh? I mean, you make me pretty happy. You know that? In fact, just sitting there watching you eating, drinking, and pretty much doing nothing makes me pretty happy. Who knows -- maybe someday, it'll be me and you against the world, huh? Or maybe I'll have a little girl of my own. One just like you.

Lucas: Maxie, you're totally cool. Guys have always liked you.

Maxie: But not Kyle, right?

Lucas: No.

Maxie: I'm not good enough for him, right?

Lucas: No, not at all. You're way better.

Mac: Were you at this party, too, last night?

Lucas: No, I was just trying to --

Mac: Go home to Bobbie right now!

Lucas: Maxie, for what it's worth, I'm sorry.

Mac: Right now.

Maxie: You know, don't you?

Mac: Tell me the boy's name. You're barely 17, Maxie. This is statutory rape.

Maxie: No, it wasn't!

Mac: This boy and whoever else is responsible is going to be prosecuted for this. If they're minors, it's going to follow them the rest of their life.

Maxie: I wanted to be with him! He didn't force me, ok? It was wonderful.

Mac: He took pictures of what happened.

Maxie: No, it was his friends. I'm sure of it. Please, don't hate my boyfriend.

Mac: You have to tell me who the boy is.

Maxie: I don't know what went wrong. It was supposed to be so great. And now you're so mad at me.

Mac: Hey, hey, hey. Ok, ok. It'll be ok. All right?

Maxie: Please, don't hate me.

Mac: I could never, ever hate you, Maxie. You're my little girl.

Faith: Oh, well, if it isn't everybody's favorite dashboard decoration.

Elizabeth: I'll come back.

Faith: Yeah, you should. Ric's got a big surprise for you.

Elizabeth: Are you wearing his jacket? Are you stalking him now?

Faith: No, something tells me that wouldn't do much good.

Elizabeth: What are you talking about?

Faith: Well, see, the ring that he bought -- it's not my size.

Elizabeth: This doesn't mean --

faith: That Ric is going to ask you to marry him? Yes, it does. And here's how you're going to play it. See, Ric will propose, and you'll get all doey-eyed and misty. And then you'll tell him to go straight to hell.

Elizabeth: I don't take orders from you.

Faith: Oh. Well, you better start, or you won't be walking down the aisle. They'll be carrying you down in a little, tiny, twig-sized casket.

Jason: Courtney's already been married.

Carly: Oh, don't even compare yourself to A.J.

Jason: She wants to go to school, Carly.

Carly: Well, she can do that as Mrs. Morgan.

Jason: You know, maybe she wants to figure out her life before she makes that kind of commitment.

Carly: Maybe she wants to spend the rest of her life with the greatest guy on the planet.

Jason: It's just not the right time.

Carly: Ok. Not the right time. Well, if Courtney made you believe that -- that's what she wanted or she felt, it's only because she didn't think you want the same thing as she does.

Jason: I just want you to drop this, please.

Carly: Why? Would you just stop stalling, Jason? Just ask her to marry you.

Ric: I'm glad you came back.

Courtney: I'm just here to warn you not to drag Michael into this sick game you're playing with my brother, Ric.

Ric: Don't you mean our brother?

Courtney: If you hurt Michael, I will tell Jason that you killed Fowler and blackmailed me.

Ric: And then you'd be sending Jason to jail.

Courtney: Jason would be willing to take his chances, and maybe I should let him.

Ric: No, you know what? Maybe you should just handle me yourself. I've got a proposition for you.

Courtney: What do you want now?

Ric: The same thing that I've always wanted. The family that Sonny took from me.

Courtney: Sonny will never accept you.

Ric: Yeah. Then maybe I'll have to settle for the next best thing, huh? I'm sure -- I'm sure there will still be a seat for sonny's brother-in-law at the table, huh?

Courtney: What is that supposed to be?

Ric: Exactly what it looks like.

Courtney: Are you out of your mind? Ric, I hate everything about you.

Ric: Maybe. But you're still going to marry me.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Alexis: You think I'm overreacting because I don't want an alcoholic kidnapper to play surrogate mother to my daughter?

Carly: I just want Courtney and Jason to be happy, ok?

Sonny: Then leave them alone!

Ric: If you don't want to cooperate, I'll be happy to give the tire iron that killed fowler to the police.

Faith: When I get angry, people disappear.

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