GH Transcript Wednesday 10/29/03

General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 10/29/03

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Dillon: Come on, just let me see them.

Georgie: No, Dillon, we have to be studying.

Dillon: Well, I could concentrate a little better if you would just let me hold them for one second.

Georgie: Dillon --

Dillon: Georgie, put them in my hands right --

Georgie: Dillon -- you said the cards needed to be hidden somewhere safe where no one would look. My diary's it. Maxie doesn't even know I keep one.

Dillon: So, what, you're just going to shove them in there?

Georgie: No. They're on a special page -- the day we met at Kellyís.

Dillon: You mean the day that -- that you mauled me to make Lucas jealous.

Georgie: Yeah, but you liked being mauled by me.

Dillon: Yeah, actually I did and you can maul me again once you prove to me that the cards are safe.

Georgie: Satisfied?

Dillon: A lot of people are looking for those. You know, we can't let them out of our sight.

Georgie: I wonít. I'll be here all day.

Dillon: Really? All day? Because I kind of wanted to see the new Tarantino.

Georgie: Dillon, I have to study my math.

Dillon: Oh, what, did you get another B-minus?

Georgie: Actually, a B, but I convinced my dad to hire me a tutor.

Dillon: Oh my God, you are such a geek.

Georgie: A geek who's going to Ivy League.

Dillon: All right. Put those somewhere safe, not obvious like under your bed or in a sock drawer --

Georgie: I got it covered.

Dillon: Or something, ok. Also, until we decide what we're going to do with those, nobody can know that we have those cards, ok?

Georgie: Ok.

Sam: You knocked me off of that ladder on purpose.

Jax: You fell for me. I suppose it had to happen eventually.

Sonny: How's Carly?

Jason: No change.

Sonny: What about the baby?

Jason: He's good. He's good. Courtney's with him right now.

Sonny: Michael was pretty upset.

Jason: Yeah, he's ok. He slept on the floor near Morganís crib. Courtney stayed with them all night in the nursery.

Sonny: I made bail. What the -- what's taking so long?

Jason: D.A.'s office is holding us up. They said something about needing another signature.

Sonny: Get the lawyers on them.

Ric: Attorneys can't take back the bullet that you fired.

Sonny: You don't know what happened at that house, Ric.

Jason: Alcazar isn't pressing charges.

Ric: Yes, but there's another victim to consider here. Carly can't really speak for herself.

Jason: Sonny made bail. You got to release him.

Ric: Just as soon as the facts are clear.

Sonny: These are the facts. Ric, these are the facts. You locked Carly up in a hole, you're trying to do the same thing to me. It's not going to happen. You are not going to keep me away from my wife.

Courtney: She -- she came out of the ICU so fast.

Bobbie: But she's stable so it's ok.

Courtney: When will she wake up?

Bobbie: I don't know. There's really no way of knowing.

Courtney: Well, does it help if you talk to her?

Bobbie: I believe it does.

Courtney: I have a better idea.

Bobbie: Carly? Hi, honey. It's mom.

Courtney: We brought someone to see you.

Bobbie: Your baby boy. He's so beautiful.

Courtney: He is just like you imagined. Oh, yes. You know, Carly, he fought really hard to be here but he needs his mom. He needs you, Carly. He needs you to wake up and show him how much you love him.

Ric: You and Carly had an argument. She left the penthouse in tears trying to get away from you so she ran to the house that you bought for her.

Jason: You had your chance. You can't question him now, Ric.

Ric: You followed Carly and you found her alone with Lorenzo Alcazar, so you shot him in the back. The bullet exited Lorenzo and struck Carly in the head. That's attempted murder.

Jason: Sonny thought Carlyís life was in danger. How many times do we have to tell you?

Ric: Well, it is, thanks to the bullet that he fired.

Jason: You're making this personal. Be careful.

Ric: No, I'm not, Jason, this is my job.

Scott: Well, well, well. Public enemy number one and his trusted sidekick, number two. You're free to go -- charges pending.

Ric: I got to be in court.

Scott: No, whoa. You're not going anywhere. I'm taking you off that. From now on, 24/7 on the Corinthos shooting. We're going to take him down and since you seem to be the one that rattles his cage, you're going to lead the team.

Ric: No. I won't do it.

Courtney: Can you feel your baby? He's right there beside you. He's healthy, Carly. The hole in his heart -- it closed up on its own. He is so perfect and beautiful, but he needs you. We all do.

Bobbie: I think that's enough for now.

Courtney: Come here, Morgan. You know, Jason and Sonny -- they're going to be here soon. There we go.

Bobbie: Part of me wishes Sonny would stay away for good this time.

Courtney: Bobbie, donít. You know if Carly can really hear -- come on, sweetie.

Bobbie: Look, Courtney, I'm sorry, you know, but Iíve been around Sonny and Carly a lot longer than you have and he has caused her so much pain, and there is so much violence and so much danger in his life. And now he's brought another child into the world.

Courtney: Sonny is a good father. I mean, you know that he will put Michael and Morgan first.

Bobbie: I've already lost one daughter and I don't want to lose another one. Sometimes I wish Carly loved anyone but Sonny Corinthos.

Lorenzo: You did it, Carly. You brought this child into the world despite the hell around you and now you're going to wake up and you're going to take that child in your arms and you're going to go on protecting him his whole life. I know you're fighting your way back right now, and I'm going to be right here beside you. We'll fight together.

Dillon: Maybe -- Iím thinking maybe, like, a safety-deposit box or something like that.

Georgie: No. You said you wanted to keep the cards close.

Dillon: Yes, but does it really make sense to just sandwich them in between all your other books?

Georgie: It's called hiding them in plain sight. No one would think to look for them out in the open.

Dillon: Yeah, well, I'm sure A.J. was thinking exactly the same thing.

Georgie: This house isn't full of suspicious Quartermaines, so stop obsessing.

Dillon: I know, but, it's -- I canít. It's hard, you know? There's a lot of people looking for these cards -- A.J. For one.

Georgie: Why do you think they're so valuable?

Dillon: Well, I mean, they're the cards Wild Bill Hickok was holding when he was shot to death.

Georgie: That's great.

Dillon: Yeah, it is kind of morbid. I know. Wouldn't -- wouldn't it be cool if there was more to it than that, though? Like -- like if there was, like, a secret map etched into the back of the cardboards to, like, treasure or something like that?

Georgie: We need to work now, Dillon.

Dillon: Or you know what would be cool? If -- if the cards served as, like, a secret key pass thing to a locked-away tomb in the desert or something like that.

Georgie: You know --

Dillon: That would be cool.

Georgie: Sometimes I think that you don't need a real life at all. You just live in the movies.

Dillon: Well, yes, I do like the simplicity of the concept. I mean, in movies you can have wild adventures. People live fast; they love fast. Things happen against impossible odds. It's like movies allow us to do what we wouldn't dare even dream about in reality. It's like a break from real life. You know what I mean?

Georgie: So, is your real life that bad?

Dillon: No. No, it's not. That's not what I meant. Not since I met you. I mean, come on, we run away on motorcycles. We run from crazy mob vixens and stage scenes to keep me out of military school. No, I'm not exactly bored and lonely anymore. I mean, yeah, I still love films. I will always love films, but I don't need to be in them. I mean, why would I when being right here with you is better than any movie?

Georgie: We need brain food.

Dillon: Yeah, yeah, I could eat. Unplanned love monologues always make me hungry. Kelly's?

Georgie: Sounds great.

Dillon: Ok.

Georgie: Dillon?

Dillon: What?

Georgie: You're better than a movie, too.

Sam: I could have broken my neck. Then where would you be?

Jax: Well, no worse off than I was last night when you drugged me and stole my cards.

Sam: Those cards have been nothing but bad luck --

Jax: Yes, I know. You don't have to keep reminding me about the family bad luck, ok? Does that justify knocking me out? Huh?

Sam: We were just having a couple of drinks. I'm sorry if you can't keep up with a little girl like me.

Jax: Oh, no, I can keep up with you. That's how I found you today and could you be any more obvious, you know, peeking in the police commissioner's house?

Sam: Police commissioner?

Jax: Yeah, Mac Scorpio? He lives here with his family. I assume you're following a lead on the cards.

Sam: What I do with those cards is none of your business because they belong to the McCallís.

Jax: I agree.

Sam: Wait, that's not the way you saw it yesterday.

Jax: I don't have time to argue with you. I am willing to pay for those cards.

Sam: All the money in the world would never make up for the trouble that you've put my family through.

Jax: Would you say $1 million apiece?

Sam: You're willing to give me $2 million?

Jax: You could have a life at sea and not have any worries in the world and never work again.

Sam: Yeah, I -- I could probably get myself a new salvage boat.

Jax: Yes. The best money can buy. A really good, big, salvage boat.

Sam: All right. I knew it. You were baiting me all along.

Jax: Oh, no, no, no, no, no. You'll get the check when I get the cards. Just meet me at the penthouse.

Ric: There's no case against Sonny, Scott.

Scott: He shot his wife in the head.

Ric: And Alcazar was the intended victim, and he says that it was an accident.

Scott: We got motive.

Ric: But we don't have a witness.

Scott: Yeah, as soon as Carly comes out of this --

Ric: Carly's going to say whatever she can to protect her husband.

Scott: Well, I got a news flash for you, Lansing -- he's not going to walk.

Ric: A lawyer who just passed the bar would be able to convince a jury of Sonny's side of this, all right? He walks into a dark room. He sees a man who has repeatedly threatened him standing over his pregnant wife, who is screaming for help.

Scott: She was in labor, dummy.

Ric: It's a clear-cut case of defense, Scott.

Scott: He shot his enemy in the back and it went through him and into his wife's head.

Ric: By accident. We cannot prove anything else.

Scott: I brought you into the DA's office to take Corinthos down. Now, do it and get out!

Ric: I will! I will, as soon as I can get a case that I can win! Believe me, I'm going to make sure that Sonny Corinthos spends the rest of his life behind bars.

[Morgan cries]

Courtney: Ok. Oh, shh. Come on, Morgan, come on. Hi. Well, I've tried feeding you, changing you, walking, dancing bears. Come on -- help me. Oh.

Jason: What's going on, buddy?

Courtney: He has been crying for a while now. I've tried everything, Jason. I -- I don't -- I even tried taking him to G.H. to see Carly. There's germs everywhere. What if I exposed him to something?

Jason: No, you're fine, you're fine. Aw, it's ok. Come here. Come on.

Courtney: Maybe we should call a doctor.

Jason: No, he's ok. He'll be fine.

[Morgan stops crying]

Jason: See that? I think he's done. You ok?

Courtney: How -- how did you do that?

Jason: Ok. He just got tired of crying, that's it.

Courtney: You're just trying to make me feel better.

Jason: No, no. I used to do the same with Michael, kind of like this rocking motion, back and forth, side to side thing.

Courtney: Yeah, well, you're going to have to show me that one.

[Morgan fusses]

Courtney: Oh.

Jason: Well, it doesn't always work. Hey, buddy, come on. I'll put you down, ok? We're going to let you get some sleep. It's ok. It's ok, come on.

Lorenzo: It doesn't take much to change the course of a life. Carly, I know it could have been different between us.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Sonny: No, this is my territory. The families need to respect that. No, I don't want to hear it. I don't want to hear any excuses.  I got another job for you. You interested?

Jason: Mm-hmm.

Sonny: All right, meet me at the docks in 10 minutes. Hey.

Lily: Thanks for lunch, baby.

Sonny: Oh, yeah.

Lily: You have time for a walk?

Sonny: I'm sorry, Iíve got -- I've got some business I got to take care of.

Lily: All right. Will you be home late tonight?

Sonny: You know what? That really -- it can't be helped. Don't wait up for me, ok, because I don't know what time Iím going to get back.

Lily: And I don't know what time Iíll fall asleep. I might just be waiting up for you.

Sonny: All right. Really?

Lily: Mm-hmm.

Sonny: I'll get you to the car.

Lily: Ok -- wait, my purse. Oh!

Carly: Hey! Watch it!

Lily: I am so sorry. Oh, my gosh. My mind was somewhere else.

Carly: You know, it's just fine. I can handle it.

Lily: All right. Sorry for bumping you.

Carly: Yeah.

Lorenzo: Need some help?

Sonny: What the hell are you doing here? You need to understand something -- I get what you're doing with the cops.

Lorenzo: I'm not pressing charges against you for the shooting.

Sonny: You want me to owe you so that way I'll just look the other way when you come visit my wife. Is that what you're trying to do?

Lorenzo: No, I am not pressing charges against you because I understand what you did. You walked into that house, you heard Carly screaming out in pain. You were already on the ragged edge; I engineered that. I drove you to the brink and I almost died for it.

Sonny: You think not locking me up makes us even?

Lorenzo: I'm taking responsibility for what I did. You should do the same. Carly was in that house alone. She fell down those stairs because you drove her away.

Sonny: I hate that bastard but he's right. The biggest threat was my fear. I pushed you away because I made my nightmare come true. I hurt you and our family. But I swear to you, you come back to us, and I will make like this never happened. I'll bring you home and give you the life you always wanted.

Jason: He's asleep.

Courtney: Oh. You were great with him.

Jason: No, he pretty much tired himself out.

Courtney: God, it's so hard, you know? I mean, he can't tell you what he's feeling, just that something's wrong.

Jason: I just put him on his side in his crib and rubbed his back, and that settled him down.

Courtney: Morgan feels safe with you now.

Jason: Hey, you're the one who got him to take his first feeding.

Courtney: Jason, he was hungry, and I had you and the nurse there to coach me. Ever since then, Iíve been a nervous wreck, you know? He's so -- I don't know. You're so confident when you pick him up, and when I do, it's like he --

Jason: Courtney --

Courtney: Ok, I'm sorry. I know, I'm rambling.

Jason: Why don't you tell me what's really wrong.

Courtney: What if I can't give Morgan what he needs?

Jason: Well, he needs love. I mean, we could give him plenty of that.

Courtney: You can. You're a natural parent. Maybe I'm -- Iím just not.

Jason: Are you thinking about Morgan or about the baby we lost?

Ric: Elizabeth, will you wait? Come on. Don't make me -- you know, it wasn't what it looked like.

Elizabeth: Of course it was.

Ric: You walked in on the tail end of my conversation with Scott. What you didn't hear that I said earlier was that I can't prosecute Sonny for shooting Carly.

Elizabeth: No, no, no, no. You need a better case, one you know you can win. I heard it, Ric, and I understand completely. This is still very personal for you.

Ric: I thought you wanted me to take this job.

Elizabeth: I did. So you could help people, not as another way to go after your brother.

Ric: Elizabeth, Iím in the D.A.'s office, all right? Sonny is a criminal. At some point it is going to be my job to prosecute him, but I told Scott the only way Iím going to do that is within the confines of the law.

Elizabeth: Oh, please. All that means is you've legitimized your revenge. It is still running your life.

Ric: All right, you know what? This is just an excuse for you.

Elizabeth: Wait. What?

Ric: You know, for you to keep me at arm's distance so that I can keep jumping through hoops of fire in order to prove myself to you.

Elizabeth: Oh, that is so not fair.

Ric: You know what the sad thing is? I'm second-guessing myself here, trying to earn my way back into your life, and nothing that I do is enough. Listen, you're going to have to be honest. What do you want from me?

Jax: Dillon? Jasper Jax.

Dillon: Yeah, I know. You and my mom are friends.

Jax: Have you heard from Tracy lately?

Dillon: She calls but she's busy.

Jax: I imagine she'd be coming to town soon.

Dillon: I doubt it.

Jax: You mean, she won't be by to pick up the dead man's hand personally?

Dillon: Dead man's what?

Jax: The cards that Wild Bill Hickok was holding when he was shot in the back. You have three of them. To be specific, two eights and one ace.

Dillon: Listen, are you speaking code or something? Because I'm really not getting it.

Jax: Dillon, the cards were stolen from my father. I'm willing to pay you for them. Say, a million bucks apiece?

Dillon: $3 million? Um -- well, not that I know what you're talking about, but if I did, I'm sure she'd want to negotiate.

Jax: Your mother has absolutely no bargaining power. She can't even afford to support you. The Quartermaines have cut her off. She won't see a dime from that family.

Dillon: Thanks for the recap.

Jax: Mm-hmm. $3 million could put Tracy back in the game with the Quartermaines and I'm sure if she found out that you had something to do with that, she'd be very pleased.

Dillon: Well, I'll tell you what -- if she calls, I'll let her know.

Jax: You can do better than that. Here's some incentive. You understand I can't give you this money until I receive the cards.

Dillon: Yeah, you'll get them.

Jax: Wise choice, Mr. Quartermaine. You just gave your mother the leverage she needs against the family that she hates.

Dillon: Oh.

[Knock on door]

Georgie: Come in.

Sam: [Southern accent] Georgie?

Georgie: Yes?

Sam: I'm Mrs. Twardowski, your math tutor.

Georgie: Wow, that was fast.

Sam: A B is pretty serious business.

Georgie: Right, but -- um -- how did you get in? I didn't think anybody was home.

Sam: Your sister was on her way out.

Georgie: Ok. So, have you been teaching math in Port Charles for long?

Sam: I've transferred from down south. Let's get started. What class are you in?

Georgie: Advanced. We're studying polynomial equations.

Sam: Maybe we should just cover the basics first?

Georgie: Like what?

Sam: Long division?

Georgie: I did that in, like, the third grade.

Sam: Fine. Fine, if you're feeling confident. But you got to remember, you are not going to get into a college with Bís. Why don't you just read me a problem and --

Georgie: All right, ok. I got this one wrong on the test. It's negative one x to the fifth plus three x to the third minus four x squared minus x equals two. I found the parent function and the local max and minimums, but I could not find the imaginary zeros.

Sam: Why don't you read it again? Maybe you'll understand it better.

Georgie: I've read it, like, nine times.

Sam: Yeah, well, let it soak in.

Georgie: Ok. Negative one x to the fifth plus three x to the third minus four x squared minus x equals two.

Sam: Don't worry about a thing, kid. We'll be done here before you can say "abacus."

Elizabeth: You know, what you do with your life is none of my business.

Ric: Well, then stop drifting in and out of it and standing in judgment.

Elizabeth: What? You're the one pursuing me.

Ric: Yes, and every time you seem to soften, all of a sudden you turn right back around and you shut me out.

Elizabeth: That's because you keep giving me hope.

Courtney: Maybe I'm just not meant to do this at all, you know? Maybe that's the reason I lost our baby -- I'm just not supposed to be a mother.

Jason: You didn't sleep last night, did you? You sat up all night watching Morgan to see if he'd stop breathing, didn't you?

Courtney: I just wanted to be sure he was ok.

Jason: So you're a little tired? All right, and a little worried about Carly, maybe a little afraid? This is all new for you. Morgan's -- you know, he's small, very fragile.

Courtney: Jason, what if I do something wrong and I hurt him?

Jason: Courtney, you wonít. I know that. I mean, it doesn't -- it doesn't do me any good to tell you, you've got to prove it to yourself. All you have to do is love him. Even when he cries, even when you're tired and you're scared, all you got to do is let him know that you're there and you aren't going anywhere. Just hold him and don't give up.

Courtney: I wonít. I love you so much.

[Morgan cries]

Jason: Well -- all right, Iíll go see what he needs.

Courtney: No. I'll do it.

Tony: The E.E.G. Shows brain activity.

Sonny: What, does that mean she's dreaming?

Tony: Possibly. But in any case, it's a very good sign.

Sonny: All right, all right. That means you're dreaming. Wow. Hmm. Let me tell you what we're going to do. When you are up for it, I am going to take you dancing like that night we were alone in the club. Remember that? Huh?

[Music plays]

Carly: You're good at this.

Lorenzo: Academics aren't known for being good dancers. Passionate women inspire us.

Carly: Ah, like in the history books. Queens and goddesses?

Lorenzo: Exactly.

Carly: Hmm. I could see myself as a queen in a past life. Yeah, I'd have servants and a castle. Men would start wars over me.

Lorenzo: Would you enjoy that?

Carly: Yes, I would. I've always been a troublemaker. Until I met you. You know, I came here to punish my mom and wreck her life, but you stopped me from making that mistake.

Lorenzo: I didn't want to see you hurt.

Carly: But I've never listened to anybody before. Somehow you reached me. I think I've been waiting for you my whole life.

Georgie: Perfect timing. The tutor just left.

Dillon: Forget the tutor. You don't need a tutor, you don't need an education. You are a woman of leisure, an aristocrat.

[As Austin Powers] You're new money, baby, yeah.

Georgie: Why do I always feel lost when you walk into a room?

Dillon: [Normal voice] I ran into a guy name Jax today. Tall, rich, cool accent. Heard of him?

Georgie: Yeah, point, please?

Dillon: Yeah. He wrote me a check for -- um --

[As Dr. Evil] $3 million.

Georgie: What?

Dillon: [Normal voice] yeah. He wants to buy the cards from me and my mom -- who will obviously be taking, like, a 95% cut. But that really doesn't matter. You know why? Because the point I'm trying to make --

Georgie: You're rich!

Dillon: Is that we're rich! That's right, we're rich. I didn't believe it, you know? I mean, I thought he was totally kidding, but he wasn't. He was serious all the way.

Georgie: So do you have the check?

Dillon: No, I don't have the check. I have to actually bring him the cards first. So crack open that diary, baby. Crack it open.

Georgie: So, what did your mom say?

Dillon: Well, it was kind of hard to hear over the screams of sheer joy. But -- so, Iím thinking maybe Rome or Switzerland. I've always wanted to learn how to snowboard, you know, because cool people snowboard. And I'm thinking that we can do that, and we could break some limbs and hang out in the lodge. It would be a lot of fun. What is the problem? Have you forgotten the date that we met on?

Georgie: It's not that.

Dillon: Don't even think it.

Georgie: The cards are gone.

Elizabeth: Forget it. I don't want to do this.

Ric: No, no, no, finish what you started. You said I gave you hope.

Elizabeth: That you could be the man I once believed in.

Ric: I'm trying, Elizabeth. I swear, ok? But you're going to have to meet me halfway.

Elizabeth: I canít.

Ric: Why did you come see me today?

Elizabeth: Because my grandmother gave me stupid tickets to this Halloween costume ball.

Ric: Yeah, I know about it. I got two tickets myself.

Elizabeth: Oh, so you're already going?

Ric: I got them for us.

Elizabeth: Well, maybe I'll just see you there.

Ric: Why can't we go together?

Elizabeth: Because I really don't want to go back down the road that I'm going to regret.

Ric: I'm never going to hurt you again, I swear.

Elizabeth: Why should I believe you?

Ric: Because you want to. My mistakes are behind us, Elizabeth.

Elizabeth: So is our chance to be together.

Ric: Listen to me, please. Just -- let me take you to the costume ball, all right? I'll come as the man you fell in love with. If I don't turn into the beast that scares the hell out of you by midnight, then maybe Iím cured.

Elizabeth: I don't know.

Ric: Sweetheart, trust your heart. Trust our love. I just need one more chance.

Georgie: So, did Jax sound mad when you called?

Dillon: He went postal. Probably because he realized that that Sam chick has all the cards now.

Georgie: I knew there was something weird about that math tutor, especially when she didn't know what the Pythagorean Theorem was. Then she asked for water, crushed ice, and a slice of lemon.

Dillon: Yeah, she was trying to get you out of the room.

Georgie: It worked.

Dillon: Well, she is a con, you know?

Georgie: I know you needed that money because you hate depending on the Quartermaines.

Dillon: It's not that. It's -- I just -- I think I just wanted to help out my mom. So, can I ask you a question?

Georgie: Sure.

Dillon: What is the Pythagorean Theorem?

Georgie: I'm really sorry, Dillon.

Dillon: No, it's ok.

Georgie: It looks like the closest we're ever going to get to Rome are these meatball sandwiches.

Dillon: Hey -- who needs Rome, right? That's for people in the movies. I don't need that when I got you right here.

Jax: I spoke to Dillon. I know you have the cards. I'm willing to pay you for them, for all of them.

Sam: Ahem. Too late.

Jax: You burned them?

Sam: Yeah, I did what I had to do. Now my family's bad luck will finally change.

Jax: Well, you better hope it does. Because if my father dies, you're going to need it.

Marcella: I come bearing gifts -- magazines, crossword puzzles.

Lorenzo: Do I really look like I enjoy such games?

Marcella: You've been playing them since I met you. Is Carly doing any better?

Lorenzo: No, she's completely unresponsive and Sonny barely leaves her side.

Marcella: You knew it would be that way.

Lorenzo: Yeah, it doesn't mean I have to like it.

Marcella: Lorenzo, you keep telling me to get out of town. Maybe that's the answer for you, too.

Lorenzo: No. I've come too far to walk away now. When Carly gets better, everything is going to change. It has to.

Lorenzo: Has a great view and a wraparound terrace. You hate it.

Carly: No, it's just -- it feels familiar.

Lorenzo: Good. Because I want you to feel welcome here.

Sonny: No change?

Jason: No change. Do you want me to go sit with her for a little while?

Sonny: No. I'm going to go right back, you know. Carly -- I just thought Carly would want me to spend some time with our son.

Jason: Here he is.

Courtney: He's still sleeping.

Sonny: Hey, little man.

Jason: There you go.

Courtney: Sweetie.

Jason: We'll be across the hall, ok, when you're ready to go back to the hospital.

Sonny: All right.

Courtney: You know, Morgan's going to be ready to eat soon. Maybe we should fix a bottle.

Jason: No, no, he's going to be fine. Sonny will be fine. Don't worry about it.

Courtney: Ok.

Sonny: Hey, hey. I'm going to show you daddy's favorite window. Everything out there belongs to daddy. I used to think it mattered, that it made me important, but what good does it do me now, huh? It's not going to bring back -- it's not going to bring back mommy. It's not going to fix what I did to her. Your mom loves you, Morgan; and your brother and your papa. She's going to get through this, ok, and I'm going to put you in her arms. Yeah. And you're going to be safe and you're going to be loved. That's all I want for you.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Jax: You are completely lacking integrity.

Jason: I got to go to a meeting. I just -- you know, I just came by.

Courtney: Is it dangerous?

Marcella: You need to be in bed.

Lorenzo: Not till Iíve seen Carly.

Tony: The longer Carly is unconscious, the less chance that she'll wake up.

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