GH Transcript Wednesday 10/15/03

General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 10/15/03

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

[Pounding on door]

Lucky: Hi. PCPD.

Skye: Hello.

Lucky: Sorry to bother you.

Skye: Oh, no, no. You're not bothering -- come in, please. I --

Lucky: There you go.

Skye: I'm usually up and a productive member of society by now, but I just moved in and -- well, last night was a tad disconcerting.

Lucky: Disconcerting how? Did you hear something suspicious?

Skye: Oh, no. That's just it -- I didn't hear a thing. I'm -- I'm so used to being a member of such a large household. You know how families are.

Lucky: Well, the department, they're conducting a door-to-door search looking for a suspect who escaped police custody last night.

Skye: Oh, my God. Have you tracked him here?

Lucky: Someone fitting that description was spotted in the area.

Skye: Should I evacuate? Because I'm here alone, you know?

Lucky: No. You know what? That won't be necessary. You just take precaution; keep your doors and windows locked. Call PCPD if you have any problems.

Skye: Okay. You're not in uniform. Are you a detective?

Lucky: I'm -- I'm fresh out of the academy -- caught special detail.

Skye: Well -- well, that fugitive must be so dangerous, you're going door-to-door and all. What -- what did he do?

Lucky: The suspect, he's been charged with murder. His name is Luke Spencer, who happens to be my father.

Lorenzo: Marcella.

Marcella's voice: "Lorenzo, you've been more than generous, and I tried my best to live up to my end. But it's better for everyone if Sonny never sees Lily again. M."

Lorenzo: Where's Marcella?

Dillon: Mm-hmm. Yeah. Okay, well, I am finished. Five pages double-spaced and spell-checked on Mr. Ralph W. Ellison.

Georgie: Emerson.

Dillon: No, Ellison.

Georgie: Dillon, seriously. The essay was supposed to be on Ralph Waldo Emerson. "Self-reliance," right?

Dillon: Okay, then I got 17 hours to whip up another five pages of genius.

Georgie: I'm sorry.

Dillon: It's okay. That's what I get for not writing down the assignment. Um -- bye. Who the hell puts Emerson and Ellison on the same reading list?

†[Marcella gasps]

Dillon: Don't mean to be rude, but I think you stole my cell.

Carly: Oh, the ceremony was so beautiful, and it was so romantic.

Bobbie: Oh, "romantic" -- that's not a word I usually associate with Jason.

Carly: I know, but you should've seen it. He is so in love with Courtney that he just wanted to make -- are you tired? Huh, sweetie?

Michael: Weddings are so boring.

Carly: Well, maybe you need a nap.

Bobbie: Hmm, well, you don't have any fever. You feeling okay?

Michael: Mommy and Daddy woke me up last night to talk on the phone.

Carly: So, how about you go on upstairs, then, to Leticia and tell her you're going to take a nap?

Michael: Can I play video games while I'm napping?

Carly: I don't think you can play video games while you nap. Just go nap, and then you can play video games.

[Bobbie laughs]

Bobbie: Now can I ask?

Carly: Last night on the flight back from France, the plane was leaking fuel. We almost didn't make it, Mom.

Bobbie: Well, thank God you did.

Carly: I know, I know. So we wanted to call Michael and tell him how much we loved him and how much he meant to us and how proud we were just in case --

[Knock on door]

Johnny: There's a lady here for you, Mrs. Corinthos. She says she has an appointment.

Carly: She what?

Woman: Congratulations, Mrs. Corinthos. I brought all the paperwork and a set of keys.

Carly: Uh -- keys to what? Who are you?

Woman: Oh -- I'm Dana Razek. Your husband signed the escrow papers this morning. We were able to find exactly the property he said you wanted. I'm sure you'll love your new home.

[Courtney laughs]

Jason: So you miss France yet?

Courtney: Well, I missed it before the plane took off. You gave me the most beautiful, romantic wedding any bride could ever wish for. But now I want to see that Carly and Sonny are safe with my own two eyes.

Jason: Okay, first, we're going to go to our place and check it out. Then we'll go see them, because the honeymoon has not officially --

Courtney: Oh, really?

Jason: Ended --

[Courtney laughs]

Jason: Yet. Okay?

Courtney: Okay -- whoa!

Jason: Oh, yeah. Let me get in the door, too.

Sonny: Give me an update, will you? Welcome home. Hey.

Courtney: Oh, my God! We were so terrified we were never going to see you again.

Jason: Okay, no more calls like that.

Sonny: Well, I don't expect to make any. Um -- that's why I need your help. I didn't expect you guys here so soon, so I need you to go back to work, you know.

Jason: That's why I came back.

Courtney: We'll help any way we can, Sonny. You know that.

Sonny: Yeah, I'm glad. I'm moving in.

Courtney: Carly said that you'd moved into a motel.

Sonny: Yeah, well, you know, I don't -- I don't like Carly and Michael in the penthouse alone with only guards to protect them, so -- it's only temporary until she moves into the new home.

Courtney: You bought a house?

Sonny: Yeah, two stories, six bedrooms, four acres outside of town.

Courtney: But you're staying here?

Sonny: Yeah, yeah, yeah, for now.

Jason: What does Carly think?

Sonny: Well, she knows it's -- I'm doing this for -- you know, for her and the children.

Jason: Okay. Well, you're welcome to stay here as long as you need. You know that. Are you looking into the cause of the plane's fuel problem?

Sonny: I -- I spoke with a contact in -- can you -- can you go upstairs and unpack or -- I'm sorry, can you?

Courtney: I'll -- I'm going to go over and see Carly.

Sonny: Oh, you know what? She's with the realtor right now. She's got a lot to take care of. But, you know, can you just give her a minute?

Courtney: Okay. Well, then I guess I'll go to the market and restock the fridge since we're home -- all three of us.

Dana: Such a marvelous property. See the barn at the southern edge of the pond? Six bedrooms, four baths -- not including the guest house pool area -- and state-of-the-art security throughout the house. The entire estate is fenced and secured by an iron gate.

Carly: Uh -- well, thank you, Ms. --

Dana: Oh, Dana.

Carly: Dana. Thank you. It is a marvelous property, but my being so close to my due date, I'm not going to be able to focus on anything or move or anything until this baby is born.

Bobbie: Dana, I'll tell you what -- why don't you keep my daughter updated as we move through escrow, and she'll let you know when she's ready to move in.

Dana: Of course, of course. You're a very lucky woman, Mrs. Corinthos. This is the kind of property most people only dream of. I'll just leave the paperwork with you, okay?

Carly: Thanks.

Bobbie: Thank you so much for coming.

Dana: Mm-hmm.

Bobbie: Carly, what's this all about?

Carly: Um -- Sonny and I were daydreaming once, and I told him about the house that I always wanted. This is it -- Sonny bought me my dream.

Bobbie: It is a beautiful home --

Carly: No.

Bobbie: For your growing family.

Carly: No, it's not, it is a goodbye present, Mom. Sonny still wants the separation. This house is for me and the boys. Sonny's not going to be a part of it.

Bobbie: Maybe this is Sonny's compromise. There's a lot of security, there's a lot of space.

Carly: No, nothing has changed, Mom. Nothing has changed since last night. He still loves me, he still loves Michael and the baby, and he's still convinced himself that the only way to protect us is to be as far away from us as possible.

Bobbie: But the house isn't that far from the city! I'm sure he'll be there all the time.

Carly: You know what? He might as well be a million miles away, because he's not going to come and visit us. He's just going to pull further and further away.

Bobbie: This isn't necessarily a permanent separation. Maybe Sonny's just having a delayed reaction to everything that happened this summer.

Carly: That was different. Because when I was missing before, Sonny only pretended to lose hope. His faith was unstoppable, it was unbreakable. And he said he was going to find me, he did, and he brought me home.

Bobbie: So what's changed? Why is Sonny suddenly so terrified? Why now?

Lorenzo: Without Lily's ghost to reinforce the danger, Sonny will go back to Carly. I need Marcella.

Faith: Well, I have done nothing but baby-sit her for weeks, just like you asked.

Lorenzo: Then where is she now? Why weren't you with her?

Faith: You are the one who left her alone.

Lorenzo: With the understanding that you were going to check on her. You didnít.

Faith: I didn't think that you --

Lorenzo: Forget the excuses, Faith. Find my Lily; bring her back unhurt and ready to play her part.

[Nikolas sighs]

Nikolas: Hi.

Georgie: Hi.

Nikolas: I need to know when Stefan Cassadines body can be released for burial.

Georgie: The district attorney has to sign the release. Scott Baldwinís office just called to say he's running just a little late.

Nikolas: Okay, thanks.

Georgie: You're welcome.

Lydia: I thought you'd be here.

Nikolas: Hi.

Lydia: It's all such a nightmare. After everything that Stefan did, I -- I don't know what to say, except I want to help you in any way I can. I can make arrangements, or if you -- you just need a shoulder to lean on.

Nikolas: And that's -- that's very generous, especially after the hell that my family put you through. Thank you.

Lydia: That was your uncle, not you, Nikolas.

Nikolas: Thanks for offering, but there's really nothing more you can do, Lydia.

Lydia: Call me if you change your mind.

Nikolas: Okay.

Emily: Hi.

Nikolas: Hey.

Emily: Nikolas.

Alexis: It never occurred to me that you were going to drag my daughter to the hospital and maroon her in a daycare center.

Cameron: Alexis, Kristina gets attention, stimulus, and socialization from a center. Moreover, I know she'll be there when I get home. If I left her alone with you, you could wind up on the other side of the planet.

Alexis: Who do you think you're kidding? This is yet another transparent attempt on your part to exert control over me because it gives you some sort of a sick thrill. Oh, look -- two rational human beings. Hi. Could you please explain to the psychiatrist that a daycare center is not designed for children whose mothers are sitting at home alone --

Emily: Alexis --

Alexis: Dying to take care of their babies -- what?

Emily: Alexis, you haven't heard?

Alexis: Heard what?

Nikolas: Stefan is dead.

Alexis: Was it Luke?

Skye: Well, that must be a terrible dilemma. Your father's wanted for murder and it's your job to arrest him? I would've thought Luke would've thought twice before putting you in that position, but I guess Luke's just selfish. He wanted that momentary gratification of revenge on Stefan.

Lucky: Yeah, he can be difficult, to put it mildly. But I owe him a lot. He taught me independence and good survival skills. Even though he called me a liar, he gave me a real sense of loyalty.

Skye: Well. The way you describe him, I'd almost like to meet him -- but under different circumstances, of course.

Lucky: I'm sorry; I have to go visit some other neighbors. So, if you have any problems, just call the PCPD.

Skye: Most definitely, yes.

Lucky: Thanks for your time.

Skye: Bye-bye.

Luke: Nice work. You played him like a slide trombone.

Skye: Your son's quite an impressive man. Hmm. No. No resemblance.

Luke: That's why we called him Lucky.

Skye: You know, usually it's the other way around -- the father is the authority figure and the son's the rebel without a cause.

Luke: So, what are you, a master's degree holder in psychology, or 30-day chip in A.A.?

Skye: I do happen to be a recovering alcoholic, but it's easy to see that you're just a case of arrested adolescence. You fight authority, authority always wins. Isn't that how it works?

Luke: Not so far. As a matter of fact, I mostly win. And I'm about to win against authority again, since you're here to help.

Skye: Whatever gave you that idea?

Luke: We drank on it last night, remember? Of course, you being recovering and all, you only have club soda, but it's still binding in my book.

Skye: Well, all of this has been mildly entertaining, but I must get dressed and become a responsible adult in this world. You might want to take notes.

Luke: Thanks for not ratting me out.

Skye: Who's to say I'm not waiting for a better moment?

Marcella: Can I pay for the flight with cash? No, a travel agency won't work. I need to leave right now. Oh!

Dillon: What is the rush, if you don't mind me asking?

Marcella: It's a long story. It gives me a headache just to think about it. Look, I meant it when I said I have money. Maybe you can put this on your credit card and I'll pay you back right away.

Dillon: Yeah, I -- I'm a comrade in cardlessness. I mean, I used to have a wallet full of them and they all got canceled. Look, are you going to some, like, special event or something or --

Marcella: I just need to be anywhere but here -- immediately.

Dillon: Try the train station. You'll be out of here in 10 minutes.

Marcella: You're pretty smart, kid. Thanks for the phone.

Dillon: Yep.

Lorenzo: Dillon.

Dillon: Hey.

Lorenzo: This time you're in the right place at the right time. I need to find this woman now. There's money in it if you help me.

Carly: Yes, I am sure my husband is registered. Check under Mike Corbin. Hey, you're home.

Courtney: So are you.

Carly: Oh -- no, I don't, okay? I don't know what other name he could be using. You would recognize him if you saw him. Well, fine, let me speak to your manager.

Courtney: Carly, Sonny moved in with me and Jason across the hall.

Sonny: I've got the pilot investigating the cause of the fuel shortage. If it's tampered with --

Carly: Hey, this is a really nice house, Sonny. It cost a lot of money. It's just too bad this thing is going to sit vacant until you decide to give this up and move in with your family.

Sonny: I got you your dream home, okay? It's got, you know, the pond --

Carly: The dream included you in the house with me, not ditching your family without so much as a kiss goodbye.

Sonny: You know why I'm doing this.

Carly: Evicting me? What if I don't want to leave the home that I have now? Do I get a choice, or are you just going to throw all of us out?

Sonny: The house won't even close escrow until after the baby's born. Until then, you can decorate the place. Whatever you don't like --

Carly: I don't want the house, period! Okay? It is not my dream, it is a bribe. It is some payoff so you can leave me and our children without feeling guilty.

Sonny: I --

Carly: What is next? Sonny, do you want to find me a new husband, a new father for our children?

Sonny: I'm doing this for my family. You need to accept that and make plans to move into that house.

Carly: Stop telling me what to do, Sonny. I'm not losing you. And if you continue to try and push me away, you will be in for the fight of your life.

Sonny: You can fight me all you want, but you're not going to convince me to put you and the children in danger.

Carly: You're not protecting us. You are abandoning your pregnant wife and your little boy who thinks that the sun rises and sets on you.

Sonny: Michael knows I love him.

Carly: And now what, he's supposed to know from a distance? How's he supposed to understand this when I don't? Sonny, most husbands, they leave and say they're going to get a gallon of milk and they just never come back. You decide you're going to move in across the hall with your sister on her honeymoon.

Jason: Carly, just leave us out of this, all right?

Carly: You know, I don't -- I don't really get which of you knows less about being a husband. I mean, he decides to dump his wife, and you let your brother-in-law move in with you before your wedding gifts are even unwrapped. I mean, did you even ask Courtney how she might feel about having a permanent houseguest?

Jason: I said leave me out of this.

Sonny: Courtney's fine with it.

Carly: Well, how do you know?

Sonny: Because I know.

Carly: Did you even consider her feelings or anyone else's, or is it all about you all the time -- your guilt, your worry? How about me? How about my needs, like needing you, my husband?

Sonny: Are you finished?

Carly: No, I'm not!

Sonny: Because it's not good for the baby if you --

Carly: Well, neither is you leaving us and having a broken family and absentee father. And you know what, Sonny? I am going to yell, I'm going to scream, I'll kick, I'll rant, I'll rave, I'll do whatever I have to until you come home with us where you belong.

Dillon: Is she a girlfriend or something?

Lorenzo: She's assisting me on an important project. I need to find her. My men are searching the airports, bus, and train stations. You can help by keeping your eyes open in case she's staying in town.

Dillon: Yeah, yeah. Why? Did she get in trouble or --

Lorenzo: No. Not at all. She's good at her job. There was a misunderstanding. She left before she was finished. You could earn some good money if you help me find her.

Georgie: How's the paper coming?

Dillon: Hey.

Georgie: Hey. Dillon's supposed to be writing a paper on transcendentalists.

Lorenzo: Oh. Alcott, Channing? Go with the name brands -- Emerson, Thoreau, Whitman.

Dillon: Yeah, Emerson, actually. You don't know anything about him, do you?

Lorenzo: I took a course in college, but I don't remember much. Unfortunately, I don't have time to tutor right now. Um -- on second thought, you should disregard my offer. Clearly, you two have better things to do with your evening. Good night.

Dillon: Hey. Good night.

Georgie: My notes on Emerson.

Dillon: Oh.

Georgie: You can leave them in my mailbox when you're finished.

Dillon: Cool.

Georgie: It'll save you the trouble of blowing up at me.

Dillon: Um -- why would I blow up at you?

Georgie: For reminding your good buddy Alcazar that you're just a high school student. He got the message. I wish you would.

Dillon: Oh -- Georgie, did you even see what it is you walked in on, or you just going to come up with worst-case scenarios all day long?

Georgie: How much worse could it get? Or do you forget that chatting with Alcazar makes your grandfather's head spin?

Dillon: It wasn't exactly chatting. You know, he does most of the talking, I listen. I was going to turn him down if you had just given me the chance to.

Georgie: I'm sorry, I --

Dillon: No, I'm not -- no, I'm not -- you played it right. I mean, that's the way I would've done it. I'm a high school student. I'm a kid. I've got stuff to do. I just wish you had a little bit more faith in me. You know, I -- I love that you are so protective of me. Well, you know, I love you, period. So much so that I'm not going to get myself into stupid stuff anymore, and I'm definitely, definitely not going to get myself taken away to military school where I can't do this. Okay?

Georgie: Okay.

Alexis: Why didn't you call me?

Nikolas: Oh. Well, I left you a message for you to call me. I didn't -- I didn't want to explain what happened over the phone. I apologize. I should've just come to your apartment and told you in person.

Emily: It was Zander's choice, and I have to respect it, Dr. Lewis.

Cameron: Maybe it's for the best. I think Nikolas is going to need you.

Emily: His heart's breaking, and it's taking everything he has to pretend it's not.

Cameron: It's understandable. I think repression is in the Cassadine genes.

Alexis: I'm not saying it's your fault, Nikolas. None of this is your fault. I'm just sorry that it had to happen.

Nikolas: I made arrangements to have him buried at Memorial Glen.

Alexis: Why don't you hold off on the details? You don't have to be fine about this. No one expects you to be fine about this.

Nikolas: It had to happen. Sooner or later, Luke would've killed him or -- or he would've killed Luke. Who lived and died almost doesn't matter. Both their lives are over now.

Alexis: A warrant doesn't mean anything to Luke. He's used to living with them. He'll just run from the law again.

Nikolas: Hmm.

Scott: Yeah, well, he doesn't run so fast anymore. That's why I'm going to catch him -- very soon.

Scott: It's just a question of days, maybe even hours before Spencer's sitting in his little 5 x 7 cell.

Nikolas: Look, my only concern right now is getting my uncle's body released for burial.

Scott: I know. That's why I'm here. I know you're in a hurry.

Nikolas: I made arrangements for the internment to take place tonight, so whatever you can do --

Scott: I'll take care of it.

Alexis: I'm sorry, Nikolas, but I'm not going to be there. The brother I knew died a long time ago.

Nikolas: Okay. I understand. The burial will be -- will just be that -- a burial. The priest will say a few words and that'll be it.

Scott: All done.

Nikolas: All right. Thanks for expediting this. I appreciate it.

Scott: A pleasure.

Cameron: Well, I can almost hear the wheels turning, Counselor. What a mighty internal debate you must be having -- whether to attend your brother's funeral and reach out for one last chance at closure, or to stay home, refusing to deal with Stefan's death and thereby spending the rest of your life drowning in toxic regret.

Alexis: I meant what I said to Nikolas. My brother died a long time ago.

Cameron: No, Alexis, he was murdered last night. This is your last chance to deal with him. Now, that means something, as much as you don't want it to.

Alexis: Well, something happened to my brother. I don't know when and I don't know why. But my brother loved me. The brother that I knew had faith in me no matter what. He's not the brother that I knew.

Cameron: And the one in the morgue?

Alexis: Doesn't mean anything to me.

Cameron: The good Stefan, the bad Stefan, the Stefan that might've been -- they're all being buried tonight, Alexis.

Alexis: I don't really want to talk about this anymore.

Cameron: Yes, it's better that you're not there -- no risk of the grief cracking through all that detachment. Save that for later, 10 or 20 years from now. For now, don't think about it. Don't think about your brother dead and alone. Don't think about yourself alive and alone. You've been trained your whole life to swallow your feelings. For God's sakes, don't let them out now.

Courtney: You okay?

Carly: You know, I don't even know who is worse. Sonny is out of control, and Jason is the only one who can take care of it and he refuses.

Courtney: Well, Carly, fighting with Sonny is only going to make him more stubborn. He's like you that way.

Carly: Okay, what about you? You can't possibly want him over at your place in the middle of your honeymoon.

Courtney: No, I donít.

Carly: So why don't you say something? Why don't you tell Sonny you're not going to put up with his idiotic behavior and throw him out?

Courtney: Because Jason would hate that.

Carly: So let him.

Courtney: Carly, I do not want to start off my marriage by fighting with my husband.

Carly: Well, you better learn to, because otherwise, Jason will trample right over you. He's not going to do it deliberately like Sonny, but -- Courtney, do not let him take you for granted, because I did and now look what it got me.

Courtney: Carly, Sonny does not take you for granted. He is doing all this no matter how wrong because he loves you.

Carly: Sonny doesn't love me enough to let me live my own life.

Sonny: What about the fuel gauge? Nothing? All right, keep me posted. Pilot's been over the jet three times, no sign of sabotage.

Jason: That's good. You can go, you know, back to Carly now.

Sonny: What do you mean?

Jason: Well, if it was an accident, you're no -- you're no threat to Carly, right?

Sonny: Well, it's not a surprise there's no sign of sabotage. A professional wouldn't leave a trace. I got on that plane by myself, Jason. Alcazar's international. He could've hired a mercenary, right? Arrange an accident?

Jason: All right, okay, what do you want to do?

Sonny: Oh, man. It's already done. I'm -- you know, I want to find out the trace between Alcazar and what happened on that plane. I'm going to stay away from Carly and keep her safe.

Jason: You're not keeping her safe, Sonny. You're breaking her heart.

Lorenzo: When I heard Sonny checked out of his hotel, I was afraid he'd gone home to Carly. Moving in across the hall is better, but not much.

Johnny: That's just a start. Sonny bought Carly a house. He's making arrangements for her to live away from him.

Skye: Luke? I'm back. I got those supplies you wanted. And I also threw in a couple of outfits and some grooming supplies -- Lord knows you need them. Luke? Luke?

Luke: Hey.

Skye: Well, I guess it's too much to hope you'd be gone.

Luke: Oh, no, not yet. You and I have a date first.

Skye: Not in this life.

Luke: Oh, come on, it'll be fun. Something tells me you look great in black.

Skye: I'm not about to go club-hopping with a fugitive.

Luke: Club-hopping -- I'd love that. We'll do that sometime, but not tonight. Tonight we're going to a funeral.

Skye: Ew. Oh, are they burying Stefan?

Luke: Yeah. I happen to overhear his nephew talking about the arrangements. So finally, old Vlad is going six feet under -- but not until I put a stake through his heart.

Scott: All right, look, I want a half a dozen plainclothes at the Cassadine funeral. Uh-huh. What are you, a knucklehead? Of course -- yeah. Okay. Yeah, I'm on the move. Talk to you later. Anything?

Lucky: We scoured the lakeside area, there's no sign of him.

Scott: Well, you keep canvassing.

Lucky: No, I'm off duty tonight. I have to go to Stefan's funeral for my brother.

Scott: Is that tonight?

Lucky: Yeah, it's tonight. Hey, Lydia. Stefan's funeral is in an hour. You planning on going?

Lydia: Uh -- I've got other plans. I've got enough money left for a good bottle of champagne. With each and every glass, I'll toast to the fact that the maniac who almost raped me is burning in hell.

Lucky: I'm really sorry. You know what? It never should've gotten that far, but you're safe for now. And if you go to that funeral, it might help you make your peace with what happened.

Lydia: Me mourning Stefan? What a joke.

Lucky: Listen, I'm not mourning Stefan, either. This isn't about him. It's about Nikolas.

Lydia: Nikolas is getting ample support from Emily.

Lucky: You know what? This isn't a contest. It's about offering comfort to someone who's in pain. If you got the time. Otherwise, enjoy your champagne.

Lorenzo: Signor Vincette? Lorenzo Alcazar. I'm holding the pendant as we speak. It's even more remarkable than I remember. Truly, truly unique. Like the woman who will wear it.

Sonny: I almost died last night. I was sitting on a plane, waiting for it to drop. I was doing everything I can to brace myself, but I couldn't no matter how hard I tried. All I kept thinking about was how much I loved her and how much I didn't want it to be over. Then all of a sudden, it wasnít. The plane touched down.

Sonny: Carly and I were still alive. Now, you got to tell me -- is that it? Is that the danger you came to warn me about? Because I need -- I need to know. If you don't come to me, does that mean it's safe to go back to my -- to Carly and my family?

Sonny: What the hell are you doing here?

Faith: There's something you need to know.

Jason: No, just set it up for Tuesday, Meyer, okay? Sonny's working on something else. If -- if Morales has any more questions, I'll deal with him. Thanks.

Courtney: Did Sonny say where he was going?

Jason: No.

Courtney: Uh-uh? Did he mention how long he was going to be?

Jason: No. Why?

Courtney: Well, we're newlyweds. I just want to know if it's safe for us to kiss without my brother barging in here barking orders at us.

Jason: Are you -- are you mad that Sonny's staying here?

Courtney: We're helping him leave Carly.

Jason: No, no. Come on, they're going to figure it out eventually, it's going to be fine.

Courtney: Jason, did you see how upset she was?

Jason: Well, I saw that she was -- she was mad. And there's a difference. You know, when Carly gets like that, you just got to let her yell until she yells a lot and she gets it out.

Courtney: Yeah, well, what if I did that -- yelled at you? Would you just keep flipping through the mail, pretending like you didn't hear me? Or would you get mad at me? Would you -- what?

Jason: I would -- with you, I would listen because, you know, you usually don't yell. But, you know, one of the things that I really, really like about you is that you don't yell.

Courtney: And Carly thinks that if I don't stand up to you, you're going to trample me.

Jason: Do you -- do you feel trampled?

Courtney: No. But I do feel a little crowded. I mean, jeez, we just got married, and everything's already about Sonny and Carly. I love them, I do, but it's like we automatically give them a free pass. And they get to say and do whatever they want, even if it means compromising our time together. I don't know, maybe I'm being selfish, but I just -- I feel like we need to carve out a little piece of life just for the two of us.

Jason: No, you know, you're not being selfish. We just got back. You're right.

Carly: Michael, remember, we talked about this at Kellyís. Daddy is not going to be staying with us for a little while.

Michael: But you guys called me together. Why didn't Daddy come home?

Carly: Sweetheart, you know that Daddy loves us with all of his heart. But right now he's living with Courtney and Jason because he thinks it is the best way for him to take care of us.

Michael: He can't take care of us from over there! He has to be right here! I'm going to go tell him that. I'm going to go bring Daddy home.

Carly: No, no, no, no, no. Listen, in a little while when Daddy takes a break, I promise you I will tell him that we want him to come home, all right? Go.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

A.J.: I will assign another maid to your room.

Jax: I don't have any complaints about her work.

Helena: Well, good evening, everyone.

Faith: Alcazar is after your wife.

Sonny: You know something I don't know?

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