General Hospital Transcript Friday 10/24/03
Proofread By Brian
Luke: Oh, at last.
Skye: What are you doing?
Luke: It's cold as hell out there. I got to restart my circulation.
Skye: Most of the family is home tonight.
Luke: So keep your voice down.
Skye: What if somebody walks in and you have to hide? How do I explain this, a glass of scotch? I'm a recovering alcoholic, you know.
Luke: Tell them the rain depresses you and you fell off the wagon.
Skye: No, don't drink, ok? Search. Find your travel money and go far, far away.
Luke: Look, we agreed that I would leave --
Skye: No, we didn't agree on anything.
Luke: Skye, if Wild Bill Hickok's last poker hand actually is somewhere in this house, I'm going to find it because it's worth a fortune.
Skye: All right. If that's the only way I can get rid of you.
Skye: Well, give me the card.
Skye: I need to look at it.
Luke: So look.
[Phone speed dials]
Sam's voice: If you're home listening to this, you're not out searching for the cards, which means I'm going to get them first. Don't forget, you owe me 50,000 bucks. I'm not the one who quit on the bet.
Dillon: No offense, but I don't think there's a whole lot you have that I could possibly want.
Sam: What about the opportunity to do a good deed?
Dillon: For you?
Sam: My father. He lost his will to live when his lucky cards were stolen. Wouldn't you like to help me get them back?
Jason: Hey. So, I told the dispatcher about Carly. He said all the paramedic squads are out on a call, but she's on some list. You know, whatever that means.
Courtney: Did they say how long it's going to take to get to her?
Jason: Couldn't say for sure. Thinks a couple of hours, but they'll be there before the baby comes. Hey, how -- how tough was it to get from Carly's house to the bridge? I just -- I'm trying to figure out how long it's going to take Sonny to get out there.
Courtney: I don't know. Oh, I didn't want to leave her. She was just afraid that the baby was going to be born and that it would have trouble breathing --
Jason: Why didn't you tell me that you were driving out there looking for Carly?
Courtney: I just thought that -- I don't know -- it was just a waste of time.
Jason: You know, I heard the crash and you screamed right before the car went off the road, and there was nothing but static and the sound of the rain. And I thought, you know, what if I never hear her voice again? So don't ever worry about bothering me, ok? Just tell me where you're going. Tell me -- tell me what you're thinking. Make me hear you so I'll always be able to find you, ok?
Radio announcer: The storm watch continues with flooding and power outages reported countywide. The Old Town and West Haven bridges are closed, and roads in unincorporated Port Charles and the suburbs of Greenfield and West Haven are closed to all traffic except police and rescue vehicles.
Sonny: Damn it.
Radio announcer: A travelers' advisory is in effect for upstate New York.
Carly: How did you find me?
Lorenzo: I've been searching for you ever since you left your building last night.
Carly: Well, you've got your work cut out for you, then.
Lorenzo: Carly, I don't know how to deliver a baby. I've never even witnessed a birth.
Carly: Well, what a coincidence, neither have I. Ok? I was out cold when Michael was born. It was a caesarean.
Lorenzo: I have no idea what to do for you.
Carly: Well, you can -- you can count me through contractions and help the baby when he comes out. There's scissors. You can cut the umbilical cord when he --
Lorenzo: Oh, no --
Carly: What did you just say?
Lorenzo: It's a prayer. We're going to need it.
Carly: Well, you know, you're not my first choice for a birth coach either, but you're all I have, so we're going to have to do this. You're going to have to help me and my baby.
Skye: Lila is an avid bridge player. She collects antique decks. There must be -- oh, I don't know -- about 20 here. If you want to look through each and every one, be my guest. But I thought maybe you'd like to do something more useful, like search the house or crack safes or do all that breaking and entering stuff you claim to be so good at. But this is your project, so just let me know how I can contribute.
Luke: All right, all right. All right, all right. Here, pay special attention to the backs of the cards because they can be very similar.
Skye: You know, it would really help if I could keep this card for comparison.
Luke: Forget it, it's mine. I stole it fair and square.
Skye: Wouldn't you rather just steal from Edwardís bank account and be done with it?
Luke: No, I wouldnít. Now, you're right about Lila being a collector. Looks like you got a work ahead of you, so you better get started.
Skye: The glass?
Luke: The glass, of course.
Luke: There, you're on the wagon again.
Luke: Ooh! Shh. No problem.
Skye: No problem at all.
Sam: You see, my father bought five antique cards -- the original hand Wild Bill Hickok was holding when he was shot in the back.
Dillon: Aces and eights -- the dead man's hand.
Sam: You've heard of it.
Dillon: I'm a film geek, I've heard of everything. I watch a lot of old classic westerns, like "No Dawn in Deadwood," "Death of a Lawman," things like that.
Sam: You see, my father really believed that those cards brought him luck and now they've been stolen from him and he just -- he can't get over it. His stocks are declining. He's getting weaker by the day. The doctors can't find anything wrong with him, but they all say that if I don't find those cards that he may die.
Dillon: I'm really sorry about that.
Sam: Now you understand why I need your help. Those cards are in this house.
Dillon: How can you be so sure about that? You don't --
Sam: Someone in your family stole them. The people they hired to do the job had this number. My father needs those cards to stay alive. Isn't there anything you can do to help me?
Dillon: I haven't seen any cards. Sorry about that.
Sam: Listen, I know you don't know me at all --
Dillon: No, it's not that. It's not that. It's not --
Sam: Imagine if your mother desperately needed those cards.
Dillon: That would be awful.
Sam: And you would do anything, right, anything in this world to get them?
Dillon: You have no idea.
Sam: I can't let my father down. Please, do you know where those cards are?
Dillon: The only cards I've seen are my grandmotherís. She plays a lot of bridge.
Sam: It was a long shot, thinking that you would know where they were, but thanks for hearing me out.
Dillon: It's my pleasure.
Sam: Could you do me a favor and not tell anyone about this because if your family finds out that I was looking?
Dillon: As far as I'm concerned, this conversation didn't happen.
Dillon: Good luck.
Sam: We could all use a little bit of that right now.
Alan: Well, you do have some bruising and a mild concussion, but there's no internal bleeding and I suggest you stay in the hospital overnight just for observation, ok?
Courtney: Well, if it turns out somebody else needs the bed, I'd be more than happy to just go home.
Alan: You need to stay here and Jason, I know how much you dislike hospitals, but do your wife a favor and don't sneak her out of here.
Jason: I understand.
Alan: And by the way, congratulations to you both. Emily told us that you'd been married in France.
Courtney: It was a spur-of-the-moment thing, you know. We didn't tell anyone except Sonny and Carly. My dad wasn't even there.
Alan: You don't need to explain. I just want to wish you both every happiness. So take care and I will see you later.
Courtney: You ok?
Courtney: Jason, I could tell that bothered you.
Jason: It's nothing you got to worry about. You know, you don't have to stay here. I'm taking you home.
Courtney: Don't tease me. You know how much I'd love to go home with you.
Jason: Then let's go. Come on. You don't even have to walk. I'm going to carry you out.
Courtney: Jason --
Jason: Yes or no?
Courtney: Yeah. Yes.
Jason: Put this on, all right?
Courtney: Oh, be careful.
Jason: Ok. This is going to be easy. Ok?
Jason: Ok, let's go.
Ric: Oh, sorry about that. Before you both leave, I have some questions concerning Carlyís disappearance.
Lorenzo: I don't suppose you ever took a birthing class.
Carly: No, I took an infant care class because I figured I would be in a hospital surrounded by doctors, numb from an epidural when I gave birth.
Lorenzo: So you have no idea when to start pushing?
Carly: I think my body will tell me, right? It's a natural process. I mean, women have been giving birth for millions of years without hospitals or painkillers and with any luck, maybe the paramedics will show up in time. God, what were you doing? Why were you following me?
Lorenzo: After I left you in the park, Sonny came to see me, all right? I told him that we'd met. He was furious. I was going to use that to turn him against you, but then I realized what that really meant, that he could probably hurt you.
Carly: Sonny's not going to hurt me! God! I love love him forever and I know this because my life would be a lot easier if I didnít. Ow!
Lorenzo: You're an honorable woman --
Carly: I am not! Oh, God, I am not! Don't you understand that? I only do what makes me happy and I have had a hundred chances to leave and walk away and you are 101. I'm not leaving with you, either.
Lorenzo: I am not going to apologize for trying to change your mind.
Carly: God, you are so unbelievably selfish. Do you realize -- I mean, maybe that is what happens when you lose somebody, you love so early and your heart never heals, but, God, I love Sonny and there's no room in my life. I only love him. I will never, ever love you. There's only room for Sonny and my -- my children.
Lorenzo: You are lying to yourself. I know you feel something for me.
Skye: Jax, we can talk in here. Thanks for coming by so quickly.
Jax: Well, you said it was urgent.
Skye: Well, I found one of the cards.
Jax: Skye -- where? Where was it?
Skye: It was in a book about the Old West. I searched it cover to cover, but I only came up with the one.
Jax: Thank you. Thank you so much for this.
Skye: Well, your parents have always been wonderful to me.
Jax: Yeah, with good reason.
Skye: I will keep looking for the other ones, ok?
Jax: Skye, you're a gracious woman. I've always known that. Unlike some other people, who would pull any stunt to get their grubby, little fingers on this card.
Skye: Don't make me sound too great. It's only an old playing card and I am vain enough to want you to think well of me and I don't know, maybe -- maybe we've actually gotten to that better place that we kept talking about, huh? The one where we could actually be friends and not dwell on what might have happened or what might have been.
Jax: I'm glad we made it.
Skye: Me, too. Well, you know, you'd better get going because I don't want to be rude, but if anyone sees us together --
Jax: Yes, I know, I know.
Skye: I'll keep looking for those cards, but give your mother and father my best, would you?
Jax: I will, thanks.
Luke: Got a minute?
Dillon: Hey, sure. Aren't you still a fugitive, though?
Luke: I am.
Dillon: Good. Yeah. Skye let you in here?
Luke: I make it a point never to incriminate a woman.
Dillon: Yeah, I understand. So, listen, yeah, if you want me to do the whole decoy thing again, that's cool. I have no problem with that, except last time, after the funeral, D.A. Baldwin came to my grandfather and told him all about it, and I almost got sent to military school.
Dillon: Right, yeah. Anyway, I just -- I'll do whatever you want, but if I could just, you know, nobody could find out about it.
Luke: Oh, absolutely. That's cool. I dig it. Ok, I'm looking for information. I believe that in this house somewhere there are four antique playing cards -- an ace of clubs, a jack of diamonds, and two eights, a spade and a club. Now, you put them together with this ace of spades, and you have what's called the dead man's hand.
Dillon: Oh, yeah, like in westerns. Wild Bill Hickok and all that.
Luke: Yeah, you know about it. Great, ok.
Dillon: Oh, yeah.
Luke: Dillon, I need those cards.
Dillon: Um -- yeah, not to get in your business or anything, but why?
Luke: Well, look, pal, I'm wanted for murder. So I got to skip town and stay skipped, if you know what I'm saying. Otherwise, I'm going to do serious time. So I figure that these antique cards are very valuable and somebody's going to pay big bucks for them. So if I find them and fence them, I can leave town in style.
Dillon: And you think somebody in my family has them?
Luke: I found this one in the den in a book about the Old West. Now, I have no idea where the others are. They could be anywhere. Have you see anything like that laying around?
Dillon: I don't know. My grandmother plays bridge, but she doesn't really keep her cards out, so --
Luke: Well, what about A.J. or Edward? Are they acting squirrelly?
Dillon: No. No, they're not, no more than usual. I mean, I haven't exactly been paying attention. I've been trying to lay low ever since the military school thing.
Luke: Oh, yeah, sure, bummer.
Dillon: But, yeah, no, I'll keep an eye out. I -- I live here, so I can't exactly get in trouble for walking into somebody's room.
Luke: Yeah, well, don't do anything risky. Just keep your eyes open.
Luke: And thanks again for some very creative work at the funeral.
Dillon: Oh, thank you.
Luke: See you.
Dillon: Hey, it's me. I don't know. I can't do this anymore. I got to see you in person before this gets any worse.
Ric: Courtney, are you aware that Bobbie filed a missing persons report stating that Carly had disappeared shortly after an argument with Sonny?
Courtney: Ric, I already told you what happened. Carly went to the new house. She fell down the stairs. She went into labor, and now Sonny is on his way to go get her.
Ric: Right, you said that. Just humor me for a minute here, ok? Let's come up with another scenario. Let's just say that Carly did have an argument with Sonny, all right, and she ran out of the penthouse. Sonny went after her, followed her to the new house, they continued to argue and let's say he pushed her down the stairs --
Courtney: It was an accident.
Ric: According to Sonny. But accidents don't really --
Jason: This has nothing to do with your psychotic garbage, Ric. Carly was alone in the house. She tripped and she fell.
Ric: How can you be so sure, Jason, hmm? Have you seen her since that night?
Courtney: No, I saw her, ok? Carly told me what happened.
Jason: You're just wasting everybody's time.
Ric: No, Jason, I'm doing my job. Now, a known gangster with a characteristically violent temper -- he gets into an argument with his pregnant wife. She tears out of there -- in tears, I might add -- and then drops off the face of the planet until she's allegedly -- allegedly -- found --
Courtney: I was with her three hours ago.
Ric: Yeah, now, you're not exactly an impartial witness.
Jason: Yeah, you're not impartial, either. You're making up a crime that doesn't even exist.
Ric: Carly is supposedly alone, right? In labor in an empty house? A lot can conveniently go wrong. Now, let's just say, yes, ok, she fell down already. All the bruises on her body --
Courtney: Listen, you sick freak --
Jason: Get out, Ric. Get out! Unless you've got cause for an arrest, you get out of my wife's room.
Jason: Ric wants you angry, ok? Don't -- don't let him. He's going to try to use it. I am going to try to get the medevac helicopter again out to Carly, and if that doesn't happen, I'm just going to have drive out there myself. Will you be ok?
Courtney: Yeah, go ahead. Just give Carly my love, ok?
Dispatcher: I show you en route to base. Call me as soon as you get back for reassignment, ok? Thanks. What?
Jason: Carly Corinthos, 92 Adams Road. She's pregnant and in labor, and you told me two hours.
Dispatcher: I'm sorry, sir, we have many, many delays. She is not a priority one emergency.
Jason: Not a priority? She's at risk to hemorrhage.
Dispatcher: Ok, I'll do the best I can. If you think you can get her to the hospital yourself, you better try, ok?
Sonny: Yeah, I'm fine. Listen, my wife's in labor, ok? She's in a house by herself. She's going to have the baby. I got to get to her.
Officer: All right, I'll notify emergency services. What's the address?
Sonny: 92 Adams Road.
Officer: All right, I'll call it in. Turn the car around --
Sonny: I don't have time. I got to get to my wife.
Lorenzo: Seven, eight, nine, ten. Breathe, breathe, breathe. And relax. Breathe. Good. Good. That's really good.
Carly: You don't want me.
Lorenzo: You don't get to decide how I feel.
Carly: You love Sophie. You miss her.
Lorenzo: Yeah, I know. I always will but I am not mistaking you for her, Carly.
Lorenzo: There's no confusing you with anyone. You are truly unique. You are stubborn and relentless and though you may not admit it, you are full of hope, Carly --
Carly: Oh, my God.
Lorenzo: For yourself and for this child, you passed that hope on to me and now I can't give it up.
Carly: Oh, do you realize your first mistake is thinking I'm a nice person? I'm not. I am not a nice person. I'm -- I'm --
Lorenzo: I know, I know -- you're low-class, greedy, materialistic, or something along those lines. Well, maybe you were at one time. Maybe Sonny sees you that way, but I donít. I know better. I know that you're loyal to the people you love, you are fearless, you are compassionate.
Carly: Oh, my God, you are completely delusional.
Lorenzo: Hey, ever since I met you, I stopped going through the motions and started caring. Why shouldn't I care? Why shouldn't I fight for you, huh?
Carly: Because I want to be with Sonny.
Lorenzo: Are you sure or are you just trying to convince yourself of that, huh? Because I can value you where Sonny doesnít. I can give you a life where Sonny has built you a prison.
Carly: Look, I married Sonny knowing how his life was and knowing how we would live and I'm going to stay with him and I'm going to be with him, and no matter what, I'm fighting for our marriage. Ow. Ow!
Lorenzo: Easy, easy, easy.
Carly: It hurts. Ow!
Lorenzo: Ok, come on.
Carly: You need to know something.
Lorenzo: No, stop talking and just --
Carly: No, because I want you to understand something.
Lorenzo: I get it, all right? You love Sonny; you always will. Well, I love you, all right?
Lorenzo: All right, there, I said it. Now breathe.
Carly: Oh, God. Oh, something's happening.
Lorenzo: What do you mean?
Carly: I feel like I need to push. I didn't before.
Lorenzo: Ok, ok.
Carly: Oh, my God, I must be close.
Lorenzo: Ok, is there anything I can do? Do you want to lie back?
Carly: You need to promise me something.
Lorenzo: Forget about Sonny. That's a ludicrous conversation to be having --
Carly: No, this isn't about Sonny. It's about the baby. He's got a hole in his heart. It showed up on the sonogram. You need to promise me as soon as he comes out, you'll take him to the hospital.
Lorenzo: I'm going to take you both to the hospital as soon as that baby's born.
Carly: No, you can't wait for me. You can't wait for me. You have to take him to the hospital --
Lorenzo: Nothing is going to happen to the baby. He's going to be fine and so are you, Carly.
Carly: Listen to me. You need to understand something. I'm going to bleed, probably a lot, because I hemorrhaged -- ow -- I hemorrhaged with Michael. Ok? So when the baby comes out, if he's blue or if he can't cry or something, you have to promise me you're going to take him to the hospital.
Lorenzo: So you want me to leave you here to bleed to death?
Carly: No, I want my baby to live. Lorenzo, please, if you love me, you're going to do this and save my baby.
Lorenzo: Ok. Ok, when the baby's born, if there's something wrong, I'll take him to the hospital.
Carly: Without me.
Lorenzo: I promise.
Carly: Thank you.
Radio announcer: Efforts are underway to rescue several kindergartners trapped in a school van in the West Haven area. Water levels for the West Haven --
Dillon: Thank you for coming.
Georgie: Yeah, I'm really glad you called.
Dillon: Yeah. Listen, about my grandfather, it was --
Georgie: No, he was lying. I figured it out. I shouldn't have trusted him for a second.
Dillon: Yeah, well, what can I say? My grandfather's a good liar. He's been practicing his whole life.
Georgie: I should have believed you and not him.
Dillon: It's ok. That's fine. I just -- as long as you know, you know, I'm not coming up with some scheme to have sex. I want it to be right, too, for the both of us.
Georgie: I'm just -- I'm really sorry for being such a dork about this.
Dillon: Well, you're not. You're not.
George: It's just -- ok, sometimes all I want to do is make love with you, and then I think about it and I get really nervous and it's like I wish we never even had to do it all. It's like some life-altering event that I'm just going to mess up anyway.
Dillon: Ok, that -- what you just said right now -- is exactly how I feel. I -- I mean, I love you, Georgie. I don't want to rush you. I don't want to make you feel uncomfortable. I'm fine to wait. And when we're ready, we'll know. I mean, by then, we'll probably be so passionate about it that that awkwardness and stupidity isn't going to be there. It'll be right. It'll be perfect like when we kiss.
Georgie: I love you. You're the most amazing person.
Dillon: Yeah, you're ok, too. So are we ok?
Georgie: For the moment.
Dillon: Good, because I need your advice on another subject -- these.
Jax: Mom, it's Jax. How's he doing? Yeah, well, tell dad I've got two of the cards and I'm working on the rest. Yeah, I know you don't believe in them, but dad does. Gotcha.
Sam: You set me up.
Jax: Hold on a second. You're in my house, stealing my cards, thank you very much.
Sam: Don't you mean Skye's cards? I mean, she's the one that handed over the ace of spades to you for, what, old times' sake? A little peck on the cheek?
Jax: You were watching us?
Sam: I'm so sorry. I didn't mean to embarrass you by witnessing your hot, steamy passion. I mean, I think your lips touched her cheek for, what, 2.5 seconds? I'm surprised she didn't have a heart attack.
Jax: Were you expecting us to grope each other?
Sam: Oh, yeah, that's right. That's right. A gracious lady like Skye wouldn't let you touch her. I'm not surprised you guys got divorced. She's obviously frigid.
Jax: No, no, she's not frigid. She's a very warm, passionate, loving woman. She's not an obnoxious, little overgrown tomboy like you.
Sam: Oh, really? I'm sorry you can't appreciate a real woman.
Jax: No, no, I can. You just don't qualify. See, you're like the kid on the playground, you know? You hit the boy that you like, and then you yell insults at him because you're intimidated by intimacy and affection.
Sam: Oh, I will show you intimidated.
Skye: Any luck?
Luke: So far, you're the only one having luck.
Skye: Are you kidding me? I've been through 11 decks. I haven't found a single one.
Luke: You managed to steal my card. Hand it over.
Skye: What are you talking about?
Luke: I'm talking about my ace of spades, which you gave me this one. This is one of Lilaís, one of her bridge cards. Come on, I want the original.
Skye: Too late.
Luke: What do you mean, "too late"?
Skye: I gave it to Jax.
Luke: You -- you -- you know, there's nothing more pathetic than a woman who'd just lay down and play doormat for a wannabe in a designer suit.
Skye: As opposed to playing doormat for a desperate, deranged fugitive who took me hostage and has been playing me ever since.
Luke: I may be deranged, but I'm honest. I told you from the beginning, all I want is to get a little nest egg together so I can skip town.
Skye: So take the money, ok? Break into a safe. Get access codes, write yourself a check. There's a laundry list of ways to steal money from the Quartermaines that doesn't involve stealing Jax's father's cards.
Luke: I can't believe you fell for that absurd sob story.
Skye: I happen to have compassion for a desperately ill man.
Luke: What you've got is a crush on your own ex-husband. It's pathetic. He's using you.
Skye: Well, so are you. The only difference is I actually happen to care about Jax. Yeah, that's right. I stopped sympathizing with you the time that you stopped planning your getaway and started fixating on those damn cards. You only want them because you're greedy.
Luke: I'm realistic.
Skye: Oh, the challenge of stealing them is a prop to your huge ego.
Luke: Hey, look, so I take pride in my work. I don't apologize for that.
Skye: You don't need those cards to survive. Jax's father does.
Luke: Ok, fine. I got it. If you don't want to help me, all you had to do was say so. Hell. All right, from now on, I fly solo.
Skye: No, you arenít.
Luke: Aren't what?
[Knock on door]
Officer: PCPD, open up!
Luke: What the hell is this?
Skye: I called the cops. If I can't get rid of you any other way, I'm having you arrested.
Dillon: I mean, I think Luke is great, you know, and I want him to get away, and I'm sure he would if he had the cards, but then there's Sam, you know. And she's really cool, and her father's, like, going to keel over and die if he doesn't get those cards.
Georgie: No, what about your mother?
Dillon: Well, I hadn't even talked to her in weeks until she called me and told me she wanted me to get those cards, so I'm sure she needs them, probably to do something illegal, like cheat somebody or double-cross them. I mean, yes, I love my mom, but she's a crook. Have you ever seen a movie called "The Grifters"? Anjelica Huston and John Cusack?
Dillon: We should really rent that sometime. It has a lot to do -- a lot of it, like, really applies to my family, I think.
Georgie: So? What do you want to do?
Dillon: I don't know. My mom knows I have the cards, and so if I don't give them to her, she's going to be really mad, maybe even enough to send me away.
Georgie: So give them to her.
Dillon: Oh, yeah, yeah, just give them to her and let Samís father die or let Luke go to prison for the rest of his life. That'll be really great. In the movies, you know what they call this? The moral dilemma.
Georgie: What happens?
Dillon: In the end, the hero makes the right choice.
Georgie: Which in your case would be --
Dillon: I don't know. I have no idea.
Georgie: Then don't make a choice yet. Wait to make up your mind.
Dillon: Somebody's going to find those cards. I know they are.
Georgie: No, they wonít. Not if you put them in someplace they'd never look -- say the police commissioner's house, in his daughter's room, in her diary.
Dillon: You'd do that?
Georgie: Of course I would. In the movies, this is what they call a pivotal moment, where we become partners in crime.
Carly: Ah! It hurts!
Lorenzo: You're almost there. I think I see the head.
Carly: Oh, am I'm bleeding a lot?
Lorenzo: You're bleeding. I don't know if it's too much.
Carly: Ok, ok, if I pass out or something, you just make sure you get the baby out. Do whatever you have to do.
Lorenzo: The only way for you to keep the baby is safe is for you to stay alive and fight for him, Carly.
Carly: Oh, God, help me!
Sonny: Oh, God. Carly? (Fires gun)
Elizabeth: Knock, knock. Hey.
Elizabeth: You need to fill this out so they can admit you, and they're going to move you to a private room shortly. Here you go.
Courtney: When did you start volunteering at the hospital?
Elizabeth: Oh, well, I came by to see my grandmother and she's on overload at the moment, so I'm just helping out with the paperwork. So, I heard you got in another accident.
Courtney: Yeah, I -- I slid off the road. I was trying to get help for Carly. She's -- she's stranded at an empty house in West Haven, and she went into labor.
Elizabeth: Oh, my God. Well, how far along is she? Has her water broken?
Courtney: It hadn't when I left, but that was hours ago. Jason went to go help her, but the storm is so strong and the floods are so bad, I'm not sure that anyone's going to get to Carly on time.
Jason: This is an emergency.
Officer: Step out of the car, sir.
Jason: There's a woman who's in labor. The paramedics aren't going to be able to get to her --
Officer: Step out of the car.
Officer: I'll need to see your license.
Jason: Man, you're not going to let me get through this?
Officer: This road is closed.
Sonny: He's almost there. His head -- his head's out, Carly. Come on.
Sonny: Don't stop, don't stop! Push, one more time. Push! He's here.
Sonny: He's beautiful. Hey, he's born. He's born.
Sonny: Carly, do you see that? He's beautiful.
Carly: I love you two.
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Jax: You are becoming very predictable.
Officer: Skye Quartermaine?
Officer: You reported seeing Luke Spencer?
Skye: I most certainly did.
Nikolas: Have dinner with me.
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