General Hospital Transcript Friday 7/11/03
Proofread by Alicia
>> Previously on "General Hospital" --
Maxie: Let Georgie have some fun.
Dillon: What do you want to do?
Georgie: I want to kiss you.
Nikolas: Then everything worked out for the best.
Emily: I love you, Nikolas.
Nikolas: I love you, too.
Ric: I need for you to fill a prescription for me. Birth control pills. I want to make a toast.
Jason: If Ric is involved --
Sonny: Forget Ric. Right now we're dealing with Alcazar.
Georgie: Well, did you read the book?
Dillon: Well, no, but I'm sorry, there's just no way that it's better than the movie.
Georgie: How can you say that?
Dillon: Two words, ok? Gregory Peck -- "To Kill A Mockingbird" was his greatest film role ever, hands down.
Georgie: Well, I read the book.
Dillon: Mm-hmm. And?
Georgie: I loved it.
Dillon: More than the movie?
Georgie: Different from. The movie -- I don't know -- movies put everything out there -- the characters, the world. You don't have to do much. With books, you have to be more involved and interactive. You have to use your imagination, I guess.
Dillon: All right, I can see that, kind of. I'm just not much of a reader.
Georgie: Most guys aren't.
Dillon: Oh, aren't we sexist?
Georgie: Why don't you deal with it?
Georgie: I remember the very first time I read, "To Kill A Mockingbird." I was in Texas, and it was so hot and still, it felt like I was in Maycomb, Alabama.
Dillon: What were you doing in Texas?
Georgie: My great-grandmother has a ranch up there, which is where my mom used to send us for the summers, me and Maxie. It's where my mom is now.
Dillon: You miss her?
Georgie: My mom?
Georgie: Sure, I mean, don't you miss yours?
Dillon: Um -- well, yeah -- no. I don't -- well, I used to, you know, but it's kind of a waste of energy. She's got her own life going on and everything, and Iím not really top of her priorities list, so --
Georgie: Yeah, I know how that is. In our family, Maxie's it. Everybody pays attention to her. That sounded really awful and jealous.
Dillon: No, I don't care how it sounded. I just want to know how you feel.
Georgie: I don't think I can blame my mom or Mac because, I don't know -- Maxie had this really, really rare disease when she was little. She almost died from it, and I guess she's more special than I am. I wasn't even born in a hospital.
Dillon: What does that mean, a stork brought you?
Georgie: No. I was born under a table at Lukeís. There's a plaque there and everything.
Dillon: That's sounds pretty special to me.
Georgie: That's what's so awesome about you. I've only known you for a couple months, but I feel closer to you than anyone else in my family.
Lucky: I am sure the results are in by now. This -- the patient's name is Summer Halloway.
Nurse: Autopsy results can only be given out to police personnel.
Lucky: She was my girlfriend, all right? Can you just please make an exception?
Nurse: I'm sorry.
Announcer: The part of Lydia Karenin will be played by J. Robin Miller.
Lydia: Oh, look, it's Lucky, the one person I seriously wanted to run into.
Lucky: Yeah? Why is that?
Lydia: Mr. Arrogant, so full of yourself and your ridiculous opinions. It's a pleasure to prove you wrong.
Lucky: Yeah, well, let me just take a wild guess. Does this have something to do with your so-called engagement?
Nikolas: We're here for a blood test.
Lydia: Step one on the road to a lifetime of wedded bliss.
Lucky: Oh, give me a break, Lydia. Call it like it is. You can't wait to get your greedy little hands on a fortune. You know, I just think about all the times that you looked down on Summer, dissing her, calling her hooker. How are you any different? Aren't you just selling yourself for money?
[knock on door]
Emily: Come in, Zander. Hey.
Emily: What are you doing here?
Zander: I came to see you. How are you doing?
Emily: How are you?
Zander: I'm good. Listen, I know you got chemo today. I'm going with you.
Emily: That's really sweet of you, Zander, but there's nothing for you to do. I just sit in a chair for an hour, and then I'm wiped out for the next 24. Why don't you come over tomorrow instead?
Zander: This locket was meant to symbolize that nothing could come between us. And even after you said we were over and you sent it back to me, I couldn't throw it away. Because I never stopped feeling connected to you. And I never will. Now, I want to go through this with you, if you'll let me. I am stronger than you think.
Emily: It's not you, Zander. Maybe it's, I don't know -- vain, or obnoxiously self-absorbed might be a better way of putting it, but I don't want you to see the way chemo makes me.
Zander: Well, then Iíll wait out in the hall, or I'll camp outside your door.
Emily: Zander --
Zander: But you're not going to push me away again. We're going to get through this. Here -- turn around.
Zander: We are going to spend the rest of our lives together.
Emily: I love you so much.
Sonny: Where you been?
Faith: Oh, I'm touched. Didn't know you cared. I've been shopping. If Iím going to play the part of Sonny Corinthos' mistress, I ought to at least, you know, kind of look the part.
Sonny: Oh. Who's paying for all this?
Faith: Well, don't look at me. Everyone knows Iím broke. Why else would I be with you?
Sonny: Well, I mean, you're a tramp. No amount of dressing up's going to change that.
Faith: Why do you feel compelled to insult me every time you open your mouth?
Sonny: Because I can't stand you. You're hollow, you're dumb. You take stupid chances. And you count on your body and your talent in bed to get you out of the holes that you dig. You've slept with about half the men in this town. So nobody's going to even think twice that you're sleeping with me.
Faith: You don't mean that.
Sonny: You know what? I am tired -- I am tired of this game that we're playing back and forth. If you're going to position yourself with Alcazar, you'd better do it now, because otherwise, I'm going to make a move on him myself.
Stan: I've had the tape running for 24 hours. I still haven't picked up that sound again.
Jason: I mean, why would the glitch only register when Ric's home alone? And why would it consistently show up and then all of a sudden quit?
Stan: Maybe Ric stopped doing whatever caused the sound.
Jason: Or he found a way to camouflage it.
Elizabeth: Hey, Iím going to go. I'll be late for the gallery if I don't get out of here.
Ric: Ok, whoa, whoa -- slow down. I want you to drink this first. It's full of vitamins and folic acid, all kinds of good stuff like that.
Elizabeth: Why are you suddenly monitoring my diet?
Ric: Well, we can have a child now, after all, and we don't know how soon that's going to be. I just want to make sure that you're as healthy and as strong as possible.
Elizabeth: You are so thoughtful. Thank you.
Ric: Drink up.
Carly: So thoughtful, he doesn't want you to conceive.
Elizabeth: Are you satisfied?
Ric: Yes. Thank you for humoring me.
Ric: All right, Iíll try and catch up with you later.
Elizabeth: All right.
Ric: Good luck.
Carly: I'm actually glad to see you.
Ric: When did this happen?
Carly: It's better you than Alcazar.
Faith: Well, what do you think?
Sonny: As long as Alcazar likes it.
Faith: Am I allowed to offer an opinion? Look, you're rushing this. Even a pig like you shouldn't be this easy to betray. We have to come up with something Alcazar will believe.
Sonny: Tell him Iím pulling away, that I have renewed hope that Carly's alive, and as soon as I found that out, that I started treating you like dirt. And then tell him you're going to spy on me for him.
Faith: Ok, but how would that be possible? Everyone knows you're a freak about security.
Sonny: Tell him you listened from the top of the stairs. Carly used to -- Carly used to do it all the time.
Faith: You really love her, don't you?
Sonny: You're just figuring that out?
Faith: I thought -- it doesn't matter. I don't know what I thought. It's just that you guys both seem a little bit hard to live with.
Sonny: Well, you better pray Carly comes home. You know why? Because if she doesn't and I lose her, there's not going to be anything left. No reason to show mercy. I will eliminate everybody who's ever crossed me or has shown Carly a moment's pain, starting with you. So, when you go talk to Alcazar, you better be convincing, like your life depended on making him believe it.
Edward: Out of my way. Well, I -- I see that you've wasted no time replacing your wife. So you'll be glad to know that Iíve come to take away your last reminder.
Sonny: What do you want?
Edward: My great-grandson, Michael.
Sonny: Are we going to go through this again, Edward? Michael is my son. You want to see the adoption papers?
Edward: You see, clearly this is -- is no environment for an impressionable young boy.
Sonny: Well, that's not for you to say. You know what? This is -- this is an old argument. You don't need to suffer through it. Why don't you go ahead and do what you were talking about, and, you know -- there you go. Isn't that nice?
Faith: Any special requests?
Sonny: Surprise me.
Faith: Oh, you are so good to me.
Edward: Oh, for God's sake. Oh, jeez.
Faith: Oh, and about Michael --
Faith: I support whatever decision you make.
Sonny: Ok. That's great. Ta-dee-da.
Edward: God knows I have no use for you. But you know something? I admired your wife. Oh, we locked heads many times. But I always looked on her as a woman of -- of strength and determination. Mm-hmm. And she loved you. And this is how you honor her?
Sonny: I don't have to justify my life to you, Edward.
Edward: Oh, I know. I just wonder how you justify it to yourself.
Jason: What's he doing here?
Sonny: Nothing new. He was just using my wife's disappearance to steal Michael.
Jason: Do you ever stop?
Edward: No, not where a little boy's well-being is concerned. Why should Michael continue to live here with a man who shows so little respect for his wife that he takes in a mistress before there's any proof that Carlyís dead?
Sonny: Ok, you know what? That's it, get out of here. Get out of here, man. Come on, Edward. My son is my son. He stays here. Get out.
Edward: You haven't heard the last of this.
Sonny: Get out.
Ric: Come on, Carly, not another hunger strike, ok? Can we not go there today?
Carly: All right. I'll do whatever I can to avoid another encounter with Alcazar and Dr. Gordon. I'll even put up with you.
Ric: Should I take that as a compliment?
Carly: It is, in a way. I hate what you're doing to me. But at least you're not some cold-hearted stranger holding me hostage. You and I were friends once. And I don't know, I may be naive, but I still like to think that it means something.
Ric: Carly, I -- I like -- I like being your friend. Seeing the -- seeing the club come to life in your head, you know, seeing it realized.
Carly: You helped it.
Ric: Yeah, well, I tried. You were -- you were funny.
Ric: You're smart. You're way too good for Sonny.
Carly: Come on, please. I -- you know, Iím not in the mood to hear how much you hate Sonny.
Ric: You need to understand, Carly, he's not worthy of your loyalty. He's already -- look at him, he's already shacked up with Faith.
Carly: Don't -- no, you know, don't say that. I don't want to hear that.
Ric: I'm sorry.
Carly: You know, it wasn't supposed to be this way. I was supposed to be so happy, anticipating the birth of my baby, a baby that I wanted for so long. And instead, I am trapped in here. And I don't think I have ever been more lonely in my life.
Ric: I'm sorry, I didn't mean to get you involved in this. I got to go. Try to eat. Feel better.
Carly: Bon appetit' that, you bastard! You think you're good at mind games? You hold on to your seat, because I invented them.
Georgie: Can't believe we've been gone all night.
Dillon: Yeah, you know what? You know what? Good for us, though. And here's to many more to come.
Georgie: Not for me.
Dillon: What? Wait a minute. Don't tell me you want to -- you want to go back already.
Georgie: I don't want to, but --
Dillon: You just finished telling me that you feel like an afterthought in your family, and so do I. That's what this is. This is our chance to come first with ourselves and with each other. You know what I mean?
Georgie: This is really, really romantic, and I love that side of you. But this isn't the end of a classic movie or romance novel where fireworks go off and we live happily ever after. This is so much fun being crazy and spontaneous. I never, ever imagined anything like this would ever happen to me. But I think it's time to go home, before we get in a lot of trouble.
Dillon: Have you ever been in a lot of trouble?
Georgie: Not until lately. And I don't like it. Having things go out of control -- it scares me. And I never, ever want to go through that chaos Maxieís calling her life.
Dillon: I -- I just want to make sure that you're not comparing me to that -- to Kyle, because I would never do anything to hurt you, and I need you to know that.
Georgie: I know. So --
Georgie: So will you take me home?
Dillon: Yeah. Yeah, if you want. Now?
Dillon: Ok. I'll go get some wheels.
Georgie: We'll take the bus.
Dillon: I hate the bus.
Georgie: It'll be good for you.
Dillon: Do you know the sacrifices I made for you?
Georgie: Dillon --
Dillon: Do you know what I do for you?
Georgie: Ok! I'm sorry I'm being so lame. You're probably sorry you ever brought me to this place.
Dillon: No. No, not a chance.
Mac: Don't move.
Lydia: There's no reason for you to pretend you have manners.
Lucky: You talking to me?
Lydia: I'm telling you you don't have to wait for me. I'd prefer if you didn't.
Lucky: No, I'm just waiting for my brother.
Nikolas: The nurse is waiting for you.
Lydia: Perfect timing. I'd rather have a needle stuck in my arm than spend another minute with your brother's negativity.
Nikolas: I -- I know -- I know. I know what you're about to say. And it's all true. The woman is insufferable. The last thing I want to do is marry her, but it doesn't matter. My family needs this union to survive.
Lucky: You're an idiot. What are you guys doing here?
Emily: Oh --
Lucky: Did you get into another fight?
Emily: You're still keeping my secret?
Nikolas: I thought you wanted me to.
Emily: I did, until I realized how unfair I was being, especially to you.
Lucky: Am I missing something?
Emily: I have breast cancer. That's why we're here. I'm having chemotherapy.
Lucky: That's what you've been hiding all these months?
Lucky: I'm so sorry, Em.
Emily: So am I -- for handling it so badly. But I'm getting better at it as I go along.
Lucky: Well, is there anything we can do?
Emily: Yeah, just keep being my friend. I might need that.
Lucky: Count on it.
Emily: And try not to worry, Lucky. I'm going to beat this.
Zander: Yeah, we should -- we should get going.
Lucky: Emily, I love you.
Emily: Oh, I love you, too.
Nikolas: Now you know.
Lucky: Yeah, I do. You fell in love with Emily for real.
Sonny: I don't know if I can keep doing this. Edward's right, you know? I mean, Carlyís memory deserves better.
Jason: No, no, Edward isn't right. Carly isn't dead. Forget her memory. Remember why you're doing this. You're doing everything you can to save Carly.
Sonny: Everybody in the world --
Sonny: Everybody in the world thinks Iím dishonoring my wife, that Iím treating her like dirt, that I can replace her just like that. What if we don't find her?
Jason: We're going to find her.
Sonny: Yeah, we're going to find her. What if -- Alcazar could kill her in one minute. Why leave a witness around?
Jason: Sonny, I don't -- I don't think --
Sonny: Yeah, you don't think nothing! What are -- what are Michael and I going to do without Carly? She's the center of this family!
Jason: I went over the tape of this --
Sonny: Oh, forget the tape! The tape means nothing. What it means is that Ric bought a new electronic toy. Alcazar has the picture -- that's proof. He's got -- he's holding Carly somewhere in town under our noses. That's unacceptable!
Sonny: I don't want to hear it again!
Jason: I --
Sonny: You go end this thing with Ric! The surveillance -- end it. Don't go in -- don't go into his house and try to get that bug. Get that van out of there! Forget how much you hate my brother. Help me get my wife back.
Georgie: You can't do this. Stealing Kyleís bike was a joke.
Mac: I'm going to pretend I didn't hear you just implicate yourself in a felony because I know it wasn't your idea to steal the motorcycle and run away. It was Dillonís, and you're going to face the consequences. I'm charging you with grand theft auto and statutory rape.
Dillon: Rape? What --
Georgie: Rape? Wait, no, Dillon never raped me. We never even had sex! Mac, I swear, we just kissed.
Mac: Did you intend to cross state lines?
Dillon: Yes, as soon as I got there.
Mac: Yeah, on a stolen vehicle with a minor. That should be good for about five years.
Dillon: You want to arrest me, you want to lock me up and throw away the key, that's fine, but your daughter's still going to grow up anyway. Isn't that what's got you all hot and bothered?
Mac: You know what? I would quit while you're ahead.
Georgie: Mac, we did it together, and Dillon was going to take me back as soon as I chickened out. I swear we were on our way back. You have to let him go. Please.
Nikolas: Emily was afraid that she was going to die a little bit at a time like -- like Paige did. She didn't want Zander to watch that happen, so her solution was -- was asking me to pretend to be in love with her. I agreed.
Lucky: Ok, I understand how that started as a setup, but it's gotten real to you now. Nikolas, I can see it. Does Emily know how much you love her?
Nikolas: It doesn't matter. Emily loves Zander. Zander loves her back. He's the one she needs.
Lucky: No. Where does that leave you?
Nikolas: Where it always has, I guess -- a friend, surrogate big brother.
Lucky: Only you'll be trapped into a marriage of convenience with a woman you don't like, much less love. I mean, it just doesn't make any sense.
Nikolas: It does to me. Lydia's inheritance can save Cassadine Industries.
Lucky: You'll be spending the rest of your life without love.
Nikolas: So? I'll never have the woman I love, Lucky, which makes it easier to settle for the one Iím marrying.
Lydia: Are you still here? How tedious. Shall we go?
Nikolas: How are you feeling?
Emily: I'm a little tired.
Zander: Yeah, I need to get her home.
Lucky: Ok. Hey, Iíll call you.
Zander: All right. See you, guys.
Lydia: Am I the only one who finds Emilyís wilting-flower act the slightest bit much?
Lucky: Why don't you just shut your mouth before you make a bigger fool of yourself?
Lydia: God. Bite my head off.
Nikolas: I have to go.
Lydia: Where are you going? Are you gratuitously rude to everyone or am I your target of choice?
Lucky: You know what? If you ever get over yourself long enough to notice another human being, it might have registered to you that Emily is in a lot of pain.
Lydia: Oh, please. She's working Nikolas, playing on his sympathy. Don't you see how he hops to whenever she's around? Well, two can play that game. After we're married, Nikolas is going to forget all about little miss Emily.
Lorenzo: You again.
Faith: Is that a complaint?
Lorenzo: Not at all. Does Sonny have any idea how much time you spend cultivating me?
Faith: Hmm. Well, I could answer that, but I'd rather not out here in the hall.
Lorenzo: Well, come in. You look beautiful.
Faith: I was hoping you'd think so.
Lorenzo: Why should it matter?
Faith: I don't know. You tell me.
Lorenzo: You're playing a very dangerous game, Faith.
Faith: I know. Isn't it exciting?
Lorenzo: Huh. Would you like a drink?
Faith: Whatever you're having.
Lorenzo: So to what do I owe this not unwelcome but surprising visit?
Faith: I have a proposition for you.
Lorenzo: That much I figured out.
Faith: Well, as you so wisely pointed out, I am living in Sonny's penthouse, which puts me in a critical position. I have -- thank you.
Lorenzo: You're welcome.
Faith: Access to all kinds of interesting information.
Lorenzo: So you're turning on Sonny already?
Faith: Well, he is a bore, walking around whining and moping about his stupid lost wife. He's weak and vulnerable and it's very unattractive. I like winners.
Lorenzo: I'm listening.
Faith: If Iím a very bad girl and I tell you all of Sonny's secrets, will I be taken care of?
Lorenzo: I can guarantee it.
[knock on door]
Ric: May I come in? Look, I realize this must be difficult. Believe me, I thought twice about coming. Elizabeth tried to talk me out of it. She said any contact between the two of us is potential for misunderstanding.
Sonny: Maybe she's right.
Ric: Yeah, anyway, so, I'm here, obviously.
Ric: Well, I know Jason thinks that I took Carly, and you did, too, at one point, and I denied any involvement but that wasn't entirely true. I've been paying a private investigator to locate Carly -- mostly for selfish reasons, surprise, surprise. I just wanted you to know that I didn't have anything to do with it, and that isn't all. I want peace with you. And the only way that I can see that happening is if I try to help.
Sonny: Maybe you can help.
Elizabeth: Hey, honey, it's me. I'm home right now. I've cut my day short because I have the worst headache. Do you think you could stop by the store and get me some extra-strength aspirin on your way home, hmm? Thanks. Love you.
Carly: Your headache's from all the hormones Ricís been giving you.
Elizabeth: What's that?
Carly: What is it, Elizabeth? What do you see?
Mac: This is Dillon Quartermaine. We're arresting him for grand theft auto. Sit down.
Georgie: I can't believe he's doing this.
Dillon: Yeah, what happened is not your fault.
Georgie: I'm going to call Macís bluff and make him charge me, too.
Dillon: No, no, you're not. You're not, ok? I'm not going to let that happen and neither is Mac.
Georgie: Yeah, but you wouldn't have even gotten busted if you hadn't taken me.
Dillon: That's true. The Quartermaines probably wouldn't have even noticed if I was gone, but, oh, well.
Georgie: How can you be so calm? You're in the middle of a police station -- handcuffed.
Dillon: I'll tell you how I can be so calm. It's because I know what's happening. I'll tell you what's happening right now. Mac is calling my grandfather, who's going to call his lawyer, who's going to come down here, sign some paperwork, and get the charge reduced to a misdemeanor, and then I'm going to be set free. The only bad side of all of this is that Mac now thinks Iím as bad as Kyle, and that means you're going to have to keep sneaking around if you want to see me. You do want to keep seeing me, don't you?
Lucky: I don't think you'll have a prayer of having Nikolas fall in love with you. But why would you want to? Aren't you the one that said this marriage is a business relationship complete with lovers on the side?
Lydia: Nikolas is opposed to fooling around -- more proof he already thinks of me as his.
Lucky: Nikolas cares about his reputation and how it reflects on his family. He doesn't want a wife who's going to cheat -- yet another reason why your marriage is a bad idea.
Lydia: Are you insinuating Iím incapable of fidelity?
Lucky: No, I just think you're shallow and fickle and need to be in the center of attention. Married or not, the first man who comes along -- you're going to have him in bed, it could be a race car driver or a polo player.
Lydia: For your information, I am more than capable of having a lasting, committed relationship. I have no intention of cheating on Nikolas unless he cheats on me.
Lucky: You sure about that?
Lucky: Prove it.
Emily: Oh -- ahem. This is the part of chemo that I hate the most -- the nausea.
Zander: Here -- hold on.
Zander: Tell me what I can do.
Emily oh, just sit with me.
Zander: Ok, ok. You're amazing. You're amazing, how strong you are and this courage. You know this is how you're going to beat this thing, right?
Emily: Keep telling me that.
Zander: I will, as long as you need to hear it.
[knock on door]
Zander: I'll be right back.
Nikolas: I started reading this to Emily after the chemo. It distracts her, sort of lulls her to sleep, so I --
Zander: Yeah. Thanks, man.
Nikolas: All right.
Emily: Nikolas, is that you?
Nikolas: I didn't want to bother you, so I --
Emily: No, no, no way. Come in. Come in.
Zander: Yeah. Come
Nikolas: I brought our book.
Emily: Oh. Good. Read to me. One paragraph and I'll be fast asleep.
Nikolas: I'm thrilled to know just how completely I bore you.
Emily: Hmm. It's a gift. Hmm. Read.
Nikolas: "In the cool, clear light of the early morning, they set out for a ride. And the sky was still dark in the west. The fields and woods were shadowed and mysterious. The only sounds were the calling of the birds and the muffled clatter of the horses' hooves. They came to the gate leading out of the downs, and he turned, daring her with a smile."
Faith: Hmm. Carly is Sonny's Achilles' heel. The only reason he took up with me was because he thought she was dead. And now that she may not be, he's feeling guilty about our affair. He's starting to treat me like some tramp he picked up in a bar somewhere. So, if I don't cover my own bases, I could find myself out on the street any day now.
Lorenzo: Or back in prison? Isn't that why you were released -- to get information on Sonny you could feed back to the authorities? Or was it to get the goods on me? Which deal did you take, Faith? Think carefully before you speak. You don't want to give me the wrong answer. Who are you working for?
Sonny: You're doing legal work for Alcazar. You even sold him your old apartment. If Alcazar took Carly, that would put you in a position to find out.
Ric: Well, I -- there's no evidence indicating that Alcazar did take Carly, but -- but Iíll be sure to check it out.
Sonny: I'd appreciate that.
Ric: Well, we almost had a civil conversation.
Sonny: What can I say? I'm desperate.
Ric: Yeah, I know how that feels.
Sonny: I imagine you do.
Ric: In the interest of keeping peace between the two of us, I -- I've got to be honest with you. I lost my temper and I -- I did something that I already regret.
Jason: Stan, shut it down. Shut off the equipment, move the van. Sonny wants us out of here.
Stan: I don't think you want to go just yet. Elizabeth might have found something.
Jason: What do you mean?
Stan: Well, she came in with a headache, she laid down on the couch, and then all of a sudden, she goes, "what's that?" Maybe it's nothing. All right.
Carly: You see it. Elizabeth, don't you? You see the switch. Come on. Press it. Press it. Get me out of here.
Scott: Well, well, well. Lansing was right -- violation of a court order. Caught with your hand in the cookie jar, Morgan. You're under arrest. Shut them down.
Carly: Press the switch, Elizabeth!
Carly: Oh -- oh, thank God you found us!
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Edward: You really want to be a thug like Jason, huh?
Dillon: Better than a suck-up like A.J.
Zander: There's something I want to talk to you about. It's about you.
Lorenzo: It'd be a shame for someone so exquisite to end up alone.
Ric: My back was against the wall.
Sonny: Tell me what you did, Ric.
Carly: Ric's out of his mind. He's sick!
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