General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 10/1/03
Proofread by Kathy
Carly: Sonny? Okay, where'd you disappear to?
Sonny: One second.
Carly: Hmm. Thought you were just going to disappear as soon as we got started on the nursery.
Sonny: What are you looking at?
Carly: Why were you looking at this picture of you and Lily?
Sonny: Where'd you find it?
Carly: Right over there.
Sonny: I didn't put it there.
Carly: Well, then who did?
Marcella: I don't care how much you're paying; I'm not getting in that coffin.
Lorenzo: That won't be necessary. All you have to do is keep convincing Sonny that Lily's ghost is reaching out.
Lorenzo: You were concerned about getting caught on Sonny's terrace.
Marcella: Why would Sonny come to the graveyard?
Lorenzo: Because he can't stay away.
Jax: Is Dad doing any better?
Jane: I'm expecting a rally at any minute.
Jax: Yeah. Well, you know, the Jacks clan never folds. It's strictly forbidden.
Jane: Hmm. Your father could use a reminder.
Jax: Yeah, or a swift kick in the pants. I'm going to talk to him.
Jax: Hey, Dad, how's it going?
John: Maybe a little better.
Jax: You got Mom all upset. You do realize that, don't you? Why else would she be sending a shaman? You know, if we don't get our act together, she's going to leave us both out here to die.
John: Maybe that will be just as well -- at least for me.
Jax: No, no, don't be talking like that, Dad. Look, the doctors can't find anything wrong with you.
John: Nothing is wrong. I've come to the end of the road, that's all.
Jax: I don't believe that's all.
John: It doesn't matter what you believe. My life is over.
Jax: Dad, if you want me to help you, you got to talk to me. What's the story with the card?
John: It's a ransom.
Woman: I'm in the wrong profession. You know that? I should be in politics. In politics, you fall a little behind on your debts, you raise you taxes. You blame the other guy. You don't end up in a place like this. Right? Oh, it must be a drag belonging to that sheriff. And how do you keep from dying from boredom in this podunk town? Listen, pooch, what I'm about to do, it ain't going to be boring. Ain't going to be pretty, either, but it'll sure beat this run of bad luck I've been having. My apologies in advance.
Stefan: What are my chances of getting released?
Ric: Well, they'd be a lot better without the aggravated assault charge.
Stefan: Nikolas provoked the attack, but as I told you, Lucky Spencer obviously put him up to it.
Ric: I explained it all to the judge, Mr. Cassadine, and I filed a motion to dismiss all the charges. All we can do now is sit and wait.
Stefan: Listen, I'm paying you a great deal of money --
Ric: I am very good at what I do. And I can assure you, no matter what this judge rules, you will be cleared of the Summer Halloway murder charge.
Stefan: I'm counting on it.
Alexis: Oh, Dara, thank you so much for helping me out. I don't think I could've stood another minute in the jail cell.
Dara: Arguing bail is part of the job.
Alexis: I knew that Nikolas would come up with the money.
Dara: Actually, I never had to call Nikolas.
Alexis: Then who set my bail?
Cameron: I know it's late, but I need to see Kristina.
Zander: Where you been all day?
Cameron: Looking for a child-friendly apartment building. It's not easy.
Emily: Well, Kristinaís welcome to stay here as long as you need.
Cameron: You know, when the court appointed me her guardian, I didn't know that children --
Zander: That kids would be so inconvenient? Is that it?
Cameron: I'd like to get it right for as long as I have Kristina. If I don't, she could end up in foster care.
Emily: No one wants that.
Cameron: I just wanted to say good night to her.
Zander: Yeah, go ahead.
Cameron: I don't want her to think I'm a stranger when I come to take her home.
Zander: Kristina's not going to be here forever.
Emily: Yeah, maybe not -- maybe not much longer at all.
Zander: What are we going to do when the baby's gone?
Emily: It's just you and me.
Zander: And whatever we have left.
Mac: Oh, good. Congratulations, all of you. Welcome to the Port Charles police department. I'd offer you a champagne toast, but --
Scott: No drinking -- unless you're in my office.
Mac: Yeah. So, help yourself to coffee and doughnuts, and learn to love them, because what we pay rookies, it's all you can afford. On the upside, you're all going to be able to make a difference in the world, at least here in Port Charles. Oh, and get used to the coffee -- it's as good as it gets.
Scott: A Spencer with a real badge. Keep it shiny.
Luke: I trust I'm not interrupting anything important. You can take Luke Spencerís name off your most-wanted list. I'm here to give myself up. I only have one request -- I want this police officer to arrest me.
Luke: Don't just stand there, Officer, arrest me. You got a career move staring you in the face here.
Lucky: No, please don't do this.
Luke: Come on, arrest the old and, zap, you move right to the top of the police food chain.
Mac: There's not any need for an arrest. You're not a fugitive anymore, Luke.
Luke: I've been a fugitive all my life. Unless you've solved Summer's murder?
Scott: Well, I'll tell you what, Spencer -- if you want to be your son's first arrest here, I can muster up some kind of a charge. The fact that Summer was up there in the first place is your fault -- accessory.
Lucky: Unless you have charges to file against my father, I'd like a minute alone with him.
Scott: Take it.
Luke: Lead the way.
Luke: So, what do you want for graduation, son? One of J. Edgar Hooverís old lace nighties?
Lucky: I can't believe you're doing this.
Luke: You can't believe it? You can't believe it? You're standing here in this silly outfit! You look like you're going to a Halloween party!
Lucky: Don't you get it, Dad?
Luke: What are you? The favorite symbol of repression here!
Lucky: I'm doing this for you.
Stefan: Ah, there's my sister. It's amazing how quickly the tables can turn, isn't it?
Alexis: I'll keep that in mind for future reference.
Stefan: You sabotaged my case, and now the judge will throw out all charges against me -- because of you.
Alexis: Is that what Ric promised you?
Ric: I don't think it's particularly prudent to discuss this with Alexis and now.
Dara: Every motion that Alexis filed was justified. There is no evidence that she sabotaged your defense.
Ric: I'm sorry, Counselor, can I speak to you for a moment, please?
Stefan: How does it feel to be caught in a trap you set for me?
Alexis: The judge hasn't ruled on who caught who where.
Stefan: I don't think I have much to worry about.
Alexis: You've always been too arrogant for your own good, Stefan. I knew at some point it would catch up with you.
John: It was back when our family was a bit down on our luck -- living at campsites, sleeping in the car.
Jax: Oh, I remember all that as a grand adventure, Dad.
John: Your mother was determined to make it that way.
Jax: Yeah, that's when you went to Alaska.
John: I barely touched down in Juneau when I was off with the investment of a lifetime.
Jax: You bought the land, yeah.
John: Not land. Not mineral rights. I spent most of what I had left on five old playing cards -- two aces, two eights, and this one, the jack of diamonds.
Jax: Well, why did you do that?
John: I bought the winning hand over Wild Bill Hickok, the last hand he ever played, just seconds before Jack McCall shot him in the back of the head. From that moment on, it's been known as the dead man's hand.
Jax: That's right -- two black aces, two black eights --
John: And this jack of diamonds. I bought the actual cards he was holding, you see. And the next day, I struck oil. It was a miracle. I've been lucky ever since, so have you.
Jax: Because of the cards?
John: There's no question. Think about it, Jax. How many families have most of their holdings confiscated by the government, manage to rebuild and wind up richer than they were before?
Jax: A lot of that was strategy, Dad. It was timing and, you know, where to invest and --
Jax: When to invest.
John: No, no, it was the cards. They're lucky. They made our fortune. And I always planned to pass them on to you. I kept the cards hidden in the attic under the floorboard. I checked them every few days. Then one morning this spring, they were gone, stolen. That afternoon, all my stocks began to fall. They never recovered. The oil wells dried up, I never struck new ones. And my health started to fail. I got weaker and weaker from one day to the next. And I realized then my time had come. Without those cards, I'm a dead man.
Jax: Dad, if all the cards were stolen, how'd you get this one?
John: It came in the mail a few days ago, along with this note.
Jax: "Bolivar, October 1"?
John: Bolivar is a bar in Galveston. I was supposed to show up October 1 to ransom the rest of the cards.
Jax: October 1? That's today, Dad.
John: I'm not strong enough to make it.
Jax: I'll go.
John: Whoever stole those cards is expecting me. They're not going to deal with you. Besides, I'm not sure that it matters. I'm tired, son. I can't last much longer.
Jax: Dad, I will get those cards for you, okay? You just live until I get back. No arguments, no excuses.
John: I'll do my best.
Jax: No, not good enough, Dad. I will get you the dead man's hand, okay?
Jane: He told you about those blasted cards, didn't he? It's absolutely mad. It's absurd!
Jax: Well, to us, maybe. But if Dad needs those cards to live, then he'll have them. I'm going to find them; I'm going to bring them back. Okay?
Sheriff: Dang it! Looky here, little miss. You got yourself all riled up -- oh!
Woman: Your boss is going to wake up with a really bad headache and a couple of shiners. I'd stay out of his way if I were you.
Woman: Come on, buddy. Yeah, I'd take you with me if I could. But where I'm headed, it ain't even fit for a dog. Bye.
Sonny: I haven't seen this picture since I packed Lily's things away.
Carly: And when did you do that?
Sonny: After she was gone at some point, it got -- it was pretty bad.
Carly: Okay. All right. So maybe you were just -- you were sleepwalking and you pulled it out and you didn't realize it or something.
Sonny: Carly, that's not what happened.
Carly: Okay, then what happened? How did that picture get in our living room? Sweetheart? Whatever it is, you can tell me.
Sonny: Hello. I'm on my way.
Carly: Who was that, sweetie?
Sonny: Just business.
Carly: Johnny, bring the car around. Hey, where does this go?
Luke: I found your mother -- in case you give a damn. It's that charming little institution you and the demon seed had her moved to. It's discreet, out of the way. Excellent security. Took me over two weeks to figure out how to get inside. Then it took me about two weeks to realize that nothing I could say or do would reach her. So I left. And I wandered a while, and then I realized, I remembered a very decent young woman lost her life, and as long as I stayed away, that crowd in there would blame it on me. So I came back to clear my good name. Isn't that a joke? The punch line is I get off the bus, I pick up a paper to catch up on current events, and there's a picture of my son -- a cop.
Lucky: I just wanted to find out who killed Summer, and I did.
Luke: It was Stefan.
Lucky: Do you have any proof, or is this about how much you hate him?
Luke: It's process of elimination -- I didn't do it, you wouldn't do it, Nikolas had no reason, Stefan always has a reason.
Lucky: Well, Stefan -- he ordered some henchman to kill Emily, and he messed up and he killed Summer instead.
Luke: Is there evidence?
Lucky: I got Stefan to admit it on tape.
Luke: Well, then what's he doing moving around free? Right on time. What do you know? I come back to town to make sure Summer's killer pays, and here you are, ready and waiting.
Alexis: Hi. How's Kristina?
Cameron: She couldn't sleep. Alexander and Emily took her for a walk.
Alexis: At night?
Cameron: She'll be fine.
Alexis: Okay. I just worry, you know. Thank you. If it weren't for you, I'd be sitting in jail right now.
Cameron: That's right.
Alexis: Thank you for paying my bail.
Cameron: Oh -- yeah, I'm glad you dropped by. I have it here somewhere.
Alexis: What are you looking for?
Cameron: The loan agreement.
Alexis: Oh. Good. Good idea. It's good. We want to get everything in black and white.
Cameron: Yeah. I'm assuming that you'd want to make it in monthly installments, right?
Alexis: My finances aren't what they used to be.
Cameron: You can't earn any money while you're in jail, huh? Here it is.
Alexis: 14%. You want me to pay you 14% in a market like this?
Cameron: Payments are due on the 1st.
Alexis: I can't agree to this.
Cameron: Would you rather pay it back in one lump sum?
Alexis: You know that's impossible. It says that you want me to make the payments in person?
Cameron: Well, that's so you won't skip bail with the kid. There's a rider attached if you do.
Alexis: "The full amount is due on demand --" "return to incarceration --" "and then there will be kidnapping charges." Oh, look, you even mention the FBI. Are you kidding me?
Cameron: The last time I helped you out, it almost landed me in jail. It's not going to happen again.
Alexis: This is about control, not jail. You expect me to agree to monitored visitation?
Cameron: I don't have to let you visit her at all, Alexis. And once I find an appropriate apartment --
Alexis: You haven't found an apartment yet?
Cameron: It's a lot more difficult than I'd imagined.
Alexis: What about the apartment right across the hall from me?
Cameron: I missed it by five minutes. Your building's perfect for kids, though.
Alexis: It is, isn't it? Did you see the park around the corner?
Alexis: Her room has been ready in my apartment, in her apartment, since the day she was born. It makes perfect sense. And there's a perfectly good guest room.
Cameron: Let me guess -- for the nanny or the court-appointed guardian.
Alexis: Kristina needs to settle. She needs to find a place where she can settle in to, you know?
Cameron: I might consider it, if you'd agree to my terms and conditions.
Alexis: It's my apartment, it's my daughter, and I set the terms and the conditions.
Cameron: Oh, this should be good.
Alexis: I am not signing that document. I am certainly not agreeing to 14%. And in all fairness, I won't charge you rent for your room.
Cameron: Why should I pay you rent when I'm allowing you access to your own daughter?
Alexis: "Allowing me"?
Cameron: Yeah, I should double the interest because you have more access than you would otherwise.
Alexis: That is extortion!
Cameron: Which should be no problem for a court-scamming con artist like you!
Jax: Does the name John Jacks mean anything to you? Anyone been asking for him?
Bartender: Tourist bars are along the beach.
Jax: He's not a tourist.
Bartender: But you are. This bar is locals only, and I know all the locals.
Woman: Come to Mama!
Man: Not so fast. You know how to cheat. Let's see what else you know.
Man: Mr. Corinthos?
Man: I'm so terribly sorry. We had to move plot E-342. You wife is in F-342. Unfortunately, we disinterred the wrong body. We caught the mistake just in time.
Sonny: I want to see her, make sure she's -- she's in there.
Man: I -- I'm not sure that's a --
Sonny: I heard that. Would you just open it up?
Luke: You got any idea what's waiting for you in prison? Can you even imagine? Skinny little rich piece of fresh meat like you.
Stefan: You know, as usual, Spencer, you're behind the times. The charges against me have been dropped.
Lucky: D.A. Baldwin blew it again.
Ric: No, the case against my client was a fabrication of an overzealous cadet. That's why it was thrown out by the judge.
Luke: How much did it cost you? How much did you have to slip the judge?
Ric: Mr. Cassadine is entitled to a vigorous defense, same as anybody.
Luke: Yeah, well, you console yourself with that fact in the cold winter nights coming up, because you let a bloodsucker, a murderer, roam free.
Ric: Okay, okay. Mr. Spencer, I can appreciate your sense of drama here --
Luke: Haven't you caught on yet to how they treat the hired help?
Ric: I would hardly consider myself hired help.
Luke: He treats you like a servant, doesn't he?
Lucky: How could you let this happen?
Luke: Oh, you're not going to get a straight answer out of him.
Scott: Cassadine got off on a technicality. You've been getting off on those for years.
Luke: Yeah, well, then it was his turn. And you know what? I got no problem with it. In fact, my condolences. Karma's a snaggletoothed bit and she's about to take a big, nasty bite out of you.
Alexis: I've made you a very generous offer.
Cameron: "Generous"? It's a blatant, self-serving rip-off.
Alexis: What do you call this?
Cameron: Why is it unreasonable to expect you to pay back a loan?
Alexis: At triple the going interest rate?
Cameron: You wouldn't get to see Kristina at all if it weren't for me.
Alexis: Fine. Go find her an apartment -- if you can -- that's suitable for a baby. Maybe you'll find one by the time she's out of high school.
Cameron: Why do you overstate everything? I'll be settled in by Christmas.
Alexis: And then she'll adjust from one home to another home to another --
Cameron: Well, unlike you, I pursue my goals in an orderly, rational fashion.
Alexis: I can outlinear your mind any day of the week. The only difference between the two of us is that you are narrow-minded, my friend.
Cameron: Oh, I'm narrow-minded?
Alexis: That's right. There's a perfectly good solution to this problem, but you can't see it.
Cameron: In your imagination, it might be.
Alexis: And you know why you can't see it? Because it was my idea, not yours, and you're the one that has to be in control all the time. Isn't that right, Zander?
Alexis: Isn't this right what I'm saying about your father?
Zander: Leave me out of this. I don't --
Cameron: That's right, go for the low blow. That's the Cassadine way.
Alexis: You're bringing up the Cassadines? You don't even know anything about the Cassadines.
Cameron: You'd be surprised.
Alexis: You're an expert on everything.
Cameron: Oh, and you aren't?
Alexis: Me? Me? I'm going to see my daughter.
Cameron: Not without me, you're not.
Alexis: What's the matter? You afraid that I'm going to grab her, escape out the window and down a tree?
Cameron: It crossed your mind, didn't it?
Cameron: I'm going to see her first.
Alexis: I'm her mother. Don't you think I should see her first?
Cameron: Why can't you make the slightest compromise?
Alexis: Because --
Emily: Oh, my God. What if they fight like that in front of Kristina?
Zander: It seems to me like they're trying to work out a compromise.
Emily: Hmm. Yeah, and people call me an optimist. But maybe you're right. I don't know. Everyone has to compromise sometimes, huh?
Zander: Is that what we're doing here?
Woman: See, don't gamble if you can't afford to lose.
Jax: Let the lady go.
Man: Or what?
Jax: Or I will have to intervene.
Man: Well, intervene this!
Jax: You okay?
Woman: What the hell do you think you're doing? That game was just getting good.
Sonny: You followed me?
Carly: Johnny drove me. He's in the parking lot. What happened? Why -- why is Lily's grave like that?
Sonny: You shouldn't be here, Carly.
Carly: Well, I am --
Sonny: Well, you shouldn't be.
Carly: Just the same.
Carly: What happened?
Sonny: They dug Lily's grave up. They -- she was gone.
Carly: What? Why?
Sonny: It was a mistake. That's why they called me tonight. They claim they got her back. I had to see for myself.
Carly: Why do you have to put yourself through this?
Sonny: I had to make sure.
Sonny: I've been -- I've been seeing her. I've been seeing Lily.
Carly: You've seen Lily?
Carly: Not just in your dreams?
Sonny: At your club, on the terrace, at the end of the hall.
Carly: So you've seen her ghost.
Sonny: Her spirit.
Carly: Does anyone else know about this?
Sonny: Jason, but he thinks that I'm seeing my own fear -- that I'm just afraid for you and the baby.
Carly: Well, what do you think?
Sonny: I think it's some kind of sign. I think that, you know, Lily's trying to warn me that something terrible is going to happen, and that she has to let me know.
Carly: Maybe Lily's come back to comfort you. You know, to tell you that she's all right and you don't have to worry anymore. She'd want you to be happy about this baby and maybe she's -- I don't know, maybe she's setting you free so you can love the family that you have now.
Sonny: But I do love my family. More than I can say.
Jax: My apologies, but I assumed you needed help.
Woman: Big mistake to assume anything where I'm concerned.
Jax: Yeah, well, it won't happen again.
Woman: Yeah, okay.
Jax: Okay. Excuse me. You ever see a card like this before? You know anything about it? Ever heard of the name John Jacks?
Man: I can't help you.
Woman: Hey -- don't bother the customers.
Jax: Well, my apologies again.
Woman: But if you're interested in a game of five-card draw --
Jax: I don't play with strangers.
Woman: I'm Sam.
Jax: Is that short for "Samantha"?
Sam: Just Sam.
Jax: Well, it's nice to meet you, "Just Sam." I'm Jax. Let's play.
Emily: Kristina's the perfect distraction. How will we know what to do when she's gone?
Zander: I don't know. We never seemed to have that problem before.
Emily: Yeah -- before I hurt you.
Zander: And I hurt you back.
Emily: Yeah, well, most -- most marriages aren't happy all the time.
Zander: Yeah. No, not the ones I've seen.
Emily: Yeah. It doesn't mean they don't work, right? I mean, look at my parents. They fight constantly, they've -- they've done awful things to each other, but --
Zander: But they seem happy.
Emily: Yeah. I don't understand it, but I think they are. They're survivors.
Zander: Is that all we're doing? We're just -- we're just surviving this marriage?
Emily: Are you ready to give up?
Zander: Are you?
Emily: If we can just hold on just a little bit longer, things are going to get better.
Zander: Not if you want to be with somebody else. Am I the man you want to be with?
Emily: Zander, come here.
Stefan: More empty threats.
Luke: Why does he think everything I say is a threat?
Stefan: Empty threat.
Luke: Merely a prediction.
Ric: You know, my client is under no obligation to listen to any of this.
Stefan: No, no, on the contrary, I find the fool quite entertaining.
Luke: Do you know anything at all about "what goes around comes around"?
Scott: Oh, brother.
Luke: Vlad, let me tell you something -- on the great karmic wheel of life, you're about to become roadkill.
Stefan: When did you become so philosophical?
Luke: I don't believe in justice, good and evil, faith, hope -- what's that third one?
Ric: Apple pie.
Luke: Apple pie -- but I know karma. And karma doesn't care whether you believe in her or not, she just is.
Stefan: Ugh. Well, I'm glad you cleared that up for all of us.
Luke: You hired some lackey to shove a woman off a cliff. Sooner or later, you're going to be standing on the edge of that same cliff.
Ric: Okay, are you finished?
Lucky: Doesn't anyone care that he killed Summer?
Luke: I care!
Ric: Are you going to do something about this or shall I?
Scott: Hey, Lansing, don't tell me how to do my job here.
Ric: Look, my client has suffered for weeks because of your incompetence, all right? First, you put him in jail without any evidence.
Lucky: What do you mean, there's no evidence?
Ric: And then you look the other way and you let his attorney sabotage his bail.
Luke: Well, who would do a thing like that?
Ric: Alexis Davis.
Luke: Ha-ha, that's my girl.
Stefan: And for all we know, you and your girl have been working together all along.
Luke: Now, this, Counselor -- take a look. This is classic, inbred Cassadine paranoia.
Stefan: You killed Summer because she crawled out of your bed and into your sonís.
Luke: I haven't killed anybody -- in almost two years.
Scott: Yeah, Spencerís right. We've got no evidence on him -- for now.
Stefan: There you go. You got away with murder. You should be out celebrating.
Luke: Oh, I'll celebrate, all right -- as soon as you pay up. And that'll be sooner rather than later.
Sam: So, what's with the old card?
Jax: Why do you ask?
Sam: Forget it. You set?
Jax: Yeah, I'm good.
Jax: I will raise you 15,000.
Sam: Hey, wait a second --
Jax: Don't gamble if you can't afford to lose.
Sam: No one said the game was over.
Jax: I have a car.
Sam: It's a boat.
Jax: I have a boat.
Sam: Not this boat. Not the Lazarus.
Jax: Your boat's name is Lazarus?
Sam: She is so beautiful you'll rise from the dead, skims along the surface like she's flying. And when you're passed out on the deck in the morning, rides an anchor nice and easy. I mean, you ain't never seen anything like the Lazarus.
Jax: I haven't seen her at all.
Sam: Well, you're in luck. Now you have. Meet Lazarus.
Jax: Well, she certainly is the biggest piece of junk I've ever seen.
Sam: Are you kidding me? That's because you can't see what's right in front of you.
Sam: There's no place the Lazarus won't take me, no trouble she hasn't gotten me out of. And you know what? She keeps me out of the sun and she's ridden out more hurricanes than you can possibly imagine.
Jax: Okay. You're on.
Sam: You got the dead man's hand.
Alexis: At least you didn't harp at me in front of my daughter.
Cameron: I'm not really interested in your critical analysis.
Alexis: And I'm not interested in your constant surveillance.
Cameron: Well, then why'd you invite me to move into your guest room?
Alexis: Well, I don't think you had any other options, did you?
Cameron: Of course I do.
Alexis: What, are you going to pitch a tent in the woods?
Cameron: I agreed to move in, didn't I, and I agreed to cut your interest rate in half.
Alexis: And I agreed that you didn't have to pay any rent -- fool that I am.
Cameron: Yeah, and that's why you won't be seeing Kristina without supervision.
Alexis: She's my daughter.
Cameron: God help her!
Luke: Hi, kids.
Alexis: Hi. I've missed you.
Luke: Really? What are you doing out here in the woods with Dr. Quack?
Cameron: Where the hell have you been?
Luke: Did I interrupt something here, maybe a lovers' quarrel?
Alexis: For God's sake, no!
Cameron: God forbid! Not in this life.
Luke: That's what I thought. Well, put it on hold. Natasha, you and I have something very important to discuss -- how we're going to make your brother Stefan pay.
Lucky: Stefan killed an innocent woman, and you know it.
Ric: Keep it up, Lucky. You'll have the shortest career in law enforcement in history.
Lucky: Oh, don't -- you know what? You're loving this, aren't you?
Scott: Had no evidence, Lucky.
Lucky: What about the tape? Lydia and Nikolas would gladly testify.
Scott: It's over. Let it go.
Lucky: Like hell it is.
Scott: You know what? I got a special assignment for you.
Lucky: And what is that supposed to mean?
Scott: Watchdog for your father. If he so much as spits on the sidewalk, you're going to lose that brand-new, shiny badge.
Lorenzo: Mr. Cassadine.
Lorenzo: We've met, but never face to face. Lorenzo Alcazar.
Stefan: I'm afraid I've never seen you before. You must be mistaken.
Lorenzo: You owe me a great deal of money, Mr. Cassadine, and I intend to collect.
Stefan: Good for you. Have a pleasant evening.
Carly: It's getting a little cold out.
Sonny: Yeah, let's go.
Marcella: She'll never understand.
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