GH Transcript Thursday 12/18/03

General Hospital Transcript Thursday 12/18/03

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Proofread by Kathy

Brian: It's funny; I never pictured you as a waitress.

Courtney: I like working here.

Brian: So, you're still living upstairs. Now you're working here, too. Does that mean that you and Jason are officially over?

Courtney: How is that any of your business, hmm? What, are you just waiting for your chance to ask me out?

Faith: Oh, looky -- little Miss Alcazar. Doesn't your uncle know better than to let you out alone, where you could be snatched?

Sage: Is that a threat?

Faith: It's a fact.

Dillon: She's not alone. I'm Sage's bodyguard, so if you have a problem, you deal with me.

Lorenzo: What do you want?

Max: Mr. Corinthos sent me. He's got a message for you.

Sonny: It's being handled right now? Well, you know, can you make sure? Because I don't want any more excuses. All right.

Carly: What just happened?

Sonny: Something I should have taken care of a long time ago.

Sage: Lady, I don't know who you think you are.

Dillon: Let's go, Sage.

Sage: Why? I'm not afraid of her. But she should be scared of me. My uncle already thinks you're dirt, and once he finds out you've been threatening me --

Faith: He'll what? Take me to bed again?

Sage: I doubt it. Uncle Lorenzo hardly ever makes mistakes, and he never makes them twice.

Faith: Ooh, she's vicious. You know what? You have no idea how much we have in common.

Dillon: Go back to your place and stay there.

Sage: Why? She's the one who should leave. I --

Dillon: Just go, Sage.

Faith: Tell Lorenzo I said hi.

Dillon: Don't ever come near Sage again.

Faith: Oh, so possessive. And here I thought I was your one and only.

Dillon: I'm not kidding, Faith.

Faith: Hmm. You know, it's obvious what's happening here. Tell Auntie Faith the real deal. Does Georgie know what a bang Alcazar's niece is getting for his buck?

Dillon: Sage is my job. And don't ever talk about Georgie again.

Faith: Oh! Well, you're so in love with the little girl next door, but you can't keep your hands off the vixen. You know, all you men are alike.

Dillon: Hey, you know what? I know you want to work with Alcazar. If you want to do that, the best thing for you to do right now is just stay away from her.

Zander: We have to talk.

Faith: I agree. Your Christmas bonus. It's probably more than you were expecting, but I am filled with holiday cheer.

Zander: I'll consider it severance pay because as of now, I quit.

Emily: Elizabeth, you're going to start showing soon. Ric will notice.

Elizabeth: Well, I'll tell him before he does.

Emily: Well, why not do it now?

Elizabeth: Because Ric and I are just finding our way back to each other, and I know that as soon as he finds out Zander is the Father of this baby, I'm going to lose him.

Emily: You can't know that.

Elizabeth: Well, I'm afraid to find out, and that's why I'm putting it off. Which is only going to make things worse, I know. Does this make me a horrible person?

Emily: Elizabeth, it makes you normal. Everybody wants to be happy, but, you know, Ric is going to find out eventually.

Elizabeth: I know. That's what scares me. I mean, this is really going to crush him, and you saw what happened last time he got hurt.

Emily: Well, if he finds out some other way, it'll be worse.

Ric: Okay, I'm going to give this a try. Emily, hi. I didn't know you were going to be here, I would have gotten an extra set of skates.

Emily: Oh, no, thanks, but I'm no good on the ice.

Ric: Oh, neither am I. That's why I'm going to need Elizabeth to help me out.

Elizabeth: Oh, honey, I can't go skating.

Ric: Oh, come on. Remember, you told me last winter that you were a pro. Come on, I'm going to need all your help, or I'm going to break everything.

Elizabeth: I said I canít.

 

[Phone rings]

Georgie: You know I'm not supposed to receive calls while I'm volunteering.

Maxie: No, look, you need to come to Kellyís, like now.

Georgie: Why?

Maxie: Because I just met the hottest guy, and he's so your type.

Georgie: What's my type?

Maxie: Well, he's smart and funny. Plus, he is a total hottie.

Georgie: Then why don't you go for him?

Maxie: Well, obviously, he's too nice for me.

Georgie: Maxie, I don't know if I'm ready.

Maxie: Hold on. I'm going to take a picture of him right now.

Georgie: Seriously, I highly doubt me and this guy will have anything in common.

Maxie: Did you get it?

Georgie: Looks like a model.

Maxie: Yeah, you should see him in person. But, I mean, if you're really not interested, I guess I can make an exception. Who knows -- he could be a bad boy in disguise.

Georgie: I'm on my way.

Courtney: Hey. More coffee?

Jason: No.

Courtney: Look, what you heard before, it's really not what you think.

Jason: You know what? I wasn't even thinking. I'm meeting Justus here. Next time we'll just meet somewhere else.

Courtney: I'll leave you alone.

Courtney: Ow.

Brian: You okay?

Courtney: I'm fine.

Brian: Okay, but I still need to say this. I really wasn't trying to take advantage of you before.

Courtney: Good. Okay? Because I still love my husband. That hasn't changed.

Brian: Walking away from someone you truly love is never easy.

Jason: You've been busy.

Justus: That's what happens when you get a guilty man acquitted.

Jason: Look, Sonny and I want you to come and work for us exclusively.

Justus: I got a dozen offers on the table.

Jason: We're going to double the highest one.

Justus: Money's not an issue.

Jason: We'll protect you.

Justus: What exactly do you mean by that?

Jason: I found you in a monastery. And you know what? If you were trying to find God, that's cool, but you were hiding. Sonny and I can take care of it.

Justus: But I'm not interested in a return engagement as a mouthpiece for the mob.

Jason: You defended Sonny.

Justus: I'm arrogant enough to want to take on the unwinnable case. Now that I've done it, I'm keeping my options open.

Jason: The job is yours if you want it.

Justus: Thanks. But my answer is no.

Carly: We finally have everything we could want. We can't risk losing that, honey.

Sonny: I agree. That call wasn't about business. It was -- I'm making plans for us. Morgan has not been christened yet, right? And I know traditionally the ceremony comes a month after the baby's born, but I wanted to wait till you were better.

Carly: I would love to have Morgan baptized, but it's so close to Christmas. We're not going to be able to book a church.

Sonny: Okay, well, Father Coates is making an exception. We're going to meet him in a few hours.

Carly: What about Mike and Bobbie?

Sonny: They'll be there.

Carly: You thought of everything.

Sonny: Our son deserves this, Carly. I'm not going to let anyone take this day from us.

Lorenzo: Where's my guard?

Max: He took an unexpected break.

Lorenzo: You aren't going to kill me. Corinthos wouldn't risk it. So I've got business to attend to, so if you wouldn't mind going away --

Max: Nah, not until my job's done.

Lorenzo: Why did Sonny send you? Something happen to Carly? Because if she's had a relapse, I'm going to her.

Max: You're not going near Mrs. Corinthos.

Maxie: Oh, my God, it must have totally imploded.

Boy: It did, all over the locker. It was awesome.

Georgie: Hey, Maxie.

Maxie: Hey, Georgie. This is Guy. Guy, this is my sister, Georgie.

Guy: Nice to meet you. Hi. Before you smack me down, it's an actual name. Ever see "L.A. Confidential"?

Georgie: Yeah, I -- I actually saw it with my -- I mean, yeah, I've watched it.

Guy: The lead actor's name is Guy.

Georgie: Wasn't that Russell Crowe?

Guy: The other one.

Maxie: Georgie, Guy just moved here, and he's actually enrolling in P.C. High right after Christmas break.

Guy: All A.P. courses. I'm a geek.

Georgie: Me, too. You're probably taking Chem. I took it last semester. The teacher is a total stoner.

Guy: Does it ever scare you that Americaís youth is being influenced by people that are probably having acid flashbacks during lab?

Georgie: I know. I'm completely terrified.

Guy: You've probably got English Lit, too.

Georgie: I'm taking that next year.

Guy: Cool. Well, we could dissect the reading list on the way to the park. I saw some locals renting skates down there. Most of them couldn't even stand on the ice. You know, want to go watch people make idiots of themselves?

Georgie: I'm not sure I can.

Guy: Come on, it'll be fun. I mean, the only person I know is my grandmother, and she has, like, nine cats, so I'm starved for spontaneous, stimulating conversation.

Maxie: Okay, you guys, I'm late for work. You two bond. I'm out of here. It was nice to meet you, Guy.

Guy: Nice to meet you. So, what do you say? You want to go ridicule the masses?

Georgie: Sounds great.

Guy: Great. I'll pay this, and we'll get out of here.

Sage: Are you okay?

Lorenzo: What were you thinking?

Sage: He was going to shoot you.

Lorenzo: Actually, he wasnít. I had the situation under control.

Sage: Well, how was I supposed to know that?

Lorenzo: You put yourself in grave danger, Sage. That is unacceptable.

Sage: You were in trouble. I didn't want to just run away.

Lorenzo: That's exactly what you should have done, Sage. This is why I wanted you back in boarding school, because I don't want you anywhere near my business.

Sage: I didn't want you to get hurt.

Lorenzo: I appreciate your concern, but if this happens again, I want you to stay out of it, all right? And do me a favor -- find Dillon and stay in a public place until you hear from me. Grab your stuff.

Sage: You're in trouble. I can't just leave.

Lorenzo: Listen, the best thing you can do to help me is to keep yourself safe.

Sage: Well, what about him?

Lorenzo: He'll wind up in an alley and not remember what happened. Don't worry.

Sage: Easy for you to say. I just walked in on my closest relative being held at gunpoint.

Lorenzo: He's a guard, sent to keep me away from Carly.

Sage: Maybe staying away from her isn't such a bad idea right now. I don't want anything to happen to you, Uncle Lorenzo.

Lorenzo: Nothing's going to happen, I promise. Sage, thanks for the save.

Sage: You're welcome.

Lorenzo: What happened? Listen, my niece is on her way down. You put a guard on her. And you find out where Carly is.

Carly: Morgan's christening is today, and I know that things have been a little strained between you and Courtney, so I --

Jason: You don't have to say this. Being Morganís godmother is so important to Courtney. She should be the one in church. I'm going to stay away.

Courtney: If I go to church today, I'll be swearing to help Morgan through the rest of his life.

Sonny: Well, you already have. Being a godparent is a promise, you know, that you'll take care of Morgan just in case something happens to me or Carly.

Courtney: Yeah, I know. I know. Jason will take that promise very seriously.

Sonny: Okay.

Courtney: You know, he's -- everything he says today he's going to mean from his heart. He'll swear to protect and love Morgan and teach him right from wrong, and then he's going to go off to his job. And I just -- I don't understand that.

Sonny: Are you saying Jason shouldn't be a godparent?

Courtney: No. Or course not, no. Not at all. I just -- Jason -- I mean, he'll give Morgan the best of himself. He will.

Sonny: Right.

Courtney: I'm the one with the problem. You know, I just -- I can't reconcile the two worlds that Jason lives in. And the last thing I want is for Jason to think that I'm judging him on the day that Morgan is baptized.

Sonny: Listen to you. You love Jason. No matter what happens to your marriage, both of you are going to be a part of Morganís life.

Carly: My dream is that Morgan will be like you -- strong and honest and fair. Not to mention willing to put up with me. Come on, Jason. We named him to honor you, just like you named Michael to honor Sonny.

Jason: I know you did, and I promise you that I will be a good godfather whether I'm at that ceremony or not.

Carly: Well, you have to be at the ceremony. So does Courtney. She devoted herself to Morgan after my accident. And aside from my mother, I wouldn't trust my sons with anyone else because as long as the two of you are in their lives, I know that they will be safe and they will be loved.

Jason: I don't need the ceremony to love Morgan.

Carly: I know that. Okay? And I know you were trying to do the right thing. Courtney wouldn't want you to stay away, and Morgan needs both of you to be there. Please, Jason. Please? Will you just stand up for my son?

Emily: Elizabeth twisted her ankle this morning.

Elizabeth: Yeah, at Kellyís. I slipped.

Ric: Did you -- did you go see the doctor?

Elizabeth: No, no, it's not that bad. I just don't think that I should be skating. I'm sorry to disappoint you.

Ric: Well, that's okay. Look, we've got all winter.

[Phone rings]

Ric: Sorry. Excuse me.

Elizabeth: You better get that. I'm sure it's work.

Ric: I'll be right back.

Elizabeth: Okay. Thanks for the save. You know, it's just postponing the inevitable.

Emily: I understand why you're nervous about telling Ric, but you were apart by the time you and Zander hooked up, and it was just one night.

Elizabeth: Yeah, but that doesn't mean it's going to hurt Ric any less when he finds out that this child isn't his.

Emily: Elizabeth, the baby is going to be a huge responsibility. Give Ric a chance. Something tells me he wouldn't want you going through this alone.

Ric: Sorry, I -- I got to go. The office called.

Elizabeth: Oh, okay. Well, just call me later?

Ric: Yeah. Of course. Take care, Emily.

Elizabeth: All right.

Emily: Where are you going?

Elizabeth: To do what's right. By the end of the day, both Ric and Zander are going to know the truth.

Faith: I figured you for smarter than this.

Zander: I mean it, Faith. I'm out.

Faith: I decide when you've outlived your usefulness.

Zander: I want more responsibility. I want to run my own operations.

Faith: Tired of playing the heavy?

Zander: I'm better than that.

Faith: You could be if you'd give up this vendetta with Nikolas Cassadine.

Zander: It's not possible.

Faith: Never let business get personal. I've learned that the hard way. I mean, take a look at Sonny. He shot his wife in the head because he let things get personal with Alcazar. And Alcazar is so hell-bent on getting Carly back, he's not minding his empire. This town is ripe, and I am ready to do the picking. And if you would step up, you could have a piece of the action.

Zander: I'm not letting Nikolas walk.

Faith: Well, then Nikolas and Emily win. It's time for you to make a decision, Zander. You stick with me and play big time, or you chase after Emily and get kicked to the curb. I hate to [missing] waste. [missing] close to reaching your full potential.

Zander: I want more money. I want more responsibility. Those are my terms.

Faith: Well, that can be negotiated.

Elizabeth: Zander, can I talk to you for a minute?

Zander: This is kind of a bad time.

Elizabeth: Yeah, well, this can't really wait. There's something you need to know.

Georgie: I cannot believe you did that.

Guy: Yeah, I thought I saw something.

Georgie: You yelled, "Gila monster on the ice."

Guy: It was small and scaly. It could have been one.

Georgie: Don't they live in the desert?

Guy: Well, maybe they migrate in the winter. Okay, so I wanted to see the guy with the mullet wipe out on the ice. But you laughed for, like, five minutes afterwards, so don't make me sound like Satan.

Georgie: Okay. 30-second bio. Why did you move to Port Charles?

Guy: My dad was in the air force. Now he's a commercial pilot. He flies for P.C.X.

Georgie: Oh. My dad's the police commissioner.

Guy: That must be fun at parties.

Georgie: He's kind of strict.

Guy: Oh, my dad's all military all the time. On the weekends, he used to run me and my brothers through maneuvers in the backyard.

Georgie: Sounds fun.

Guy: Oh, it rocked. What kid wouldn't love rolling around in the mud and crawling through tire obstacles on a Saturday morning?

Georgie: Not your thing?

Guy: I preferred reading graphic novels. I'm publishing an independent comic book. It's kind of a social commentary on [missing] with nontraditional superheroes.

Georgie: I'd read that.

Guy: I'll hook you up with a copy once the first run's printed.

Georgie: You're a total fiend.

Guy: I did the world a service. There's no excuse for mullets. Especially on ice.

Sonny: Hey, Stone, how you doing? My son's being baptized today. We named him Morgan Stone Corinthos after you and Jason. And one day, when he comes to me because he's -- he's facing some difficulty or he thinks he can't handle something, I'm going -- I'm going to tell him all about you. Because I've never known anybody with the courage to handle the disease the way you did. So say a little prayer for my little boy. I know with you watching over him, he's going to grow up someday to be good and brave just like you. Amen.

Carly: Sonny? Are we interrupting?

Sonny: No, no, no. I was just talking to an old friend.

Father Coates: Have the godparents arrived yet?

Sonny: I've got to talk --

Courtney: Sorry we're late.

Carly: Thank you for coming.

Sonny: Are you ready for this?

Mike: Doesn't Morgan look handsome?

Michael: He's wearing a dress.

Bobbie: No, Michael, it's a gown.

Michael: It still looks funny to me.

Mike: You know, you were wearing the same thing the day you were christened, except your hair was a little lighter.

Michael: Sounds better.

Father Coates: Shall we get started?

Sonny: Yeah, yeah, let's get this ready. All right.

Father Coates: Dearest Father in heaven, bless this day of new beginnings. Smile upon Morgan Stone Corinthos and surround him with the mantle of your love. As we welcome Morgan into the family of your church and the light of your redemption, bless also those surrounding Morgan -- his mother and father, brother, godparents, grandparents, and all those who love him. Grant that they may teach and guide Morgan to a strong and abiding Faith in you, O Lord. Amen.

Georgie: Hey, Dillon. Are you skating?

Dillon: Who are you?

Guy: Total stranger. Name's Guy, Guy Tucker.

Sage: You're kidding. Iíve never met an American named Guy. Itís usually a name --

Dillon:: There's a great Australian actor named Guy Pearce. He was in L.A. Confidential."

Guy: That's exactly what I said to Georgie.

Dillon: Are you new in town?

Guy:, I just got in. This place is lame.  Are there any movie theaters around?

Dillon: You -- you like movies?

Sage: Weíre going to see a double feature. Four hours in the dark -- I can hardly wait.

Guy: What's the flick?

Dillon: Two films star James Dean.

Guy: Ah, "East of Eden" and "Rebel Without a Cause."

Georgie: How did you know?

Guy: Well, James Dean only made three films, and "GiantĒ goes on forever.

Dillon: Yeah, it was a classic.

Guy: Well, it was flawed. I mean,  [missing] should never have had [missing] character aged.

Dillon: It was a bold move for the period, okay?

Guy: I coyly disagree. It pulled you out of the narrative.

Dillon: Hey, if a director never took any risks, we wouldn't have great work, would we?

Guy: Good point. You know your stuff.

Sage: Well, if you two are done being movie freaks, I'm freezing; besides, we're going to miss the previews.

Georgie: It's a classic theater. There are no previews.

Sage: Whatever. I said I'm cold. Let's go.

Dillon: You know what? We've got time.

Guy: Well, maybe we should check out the movies, too.

Georgie and Sage: No.

Guy: Okay. Freezing our butts off works, too. It was nice meeting you, Dillon.

Dillon: Yeah.

Guy: And --

Sage: Sage.

Guy: Right.

Sage: Let's go.

Guy: Wow.

Georgie: Not you, too. Why does every guy's brain turn into mental play-doh whenever she comes around? Look, she's not that pretty.

Guy: Forget Sage. How cute is he?

Georgie: You think Dillonís cute?

Guy: Mmm. Is he available?

Georgie: Guy, he's straight.

Guy: Bummer.

Georgie: Which means you're --

Guy: Yeah. I'm gay.

Zander: Elizabeth, I'm not really in the mood for a lecture right now.

Elizabeth: Oh, good, because that's not why I'm here. Although, I did see you with Faith.

Zander: And?

Elizabeth: Well, the two of you looked pretty close.

Zander: We work together, okay? She runs a club now. She's strictly legitimate.

Elizabeth: Okay. Whatever you say.

Zander: Elizabeth, I mean, not to be rude, but what are you doing here? What's up?

Elizabeth: Zander, you and I are friends, right?

Zander: A lot has changed. I'm not really somebody that you can count on anymore.

Elizabeth: Oh. Well, I can still care about what happens to you, can't I?

Zander: Well, it's really just a waste of time. I'm burnt, Elizabeth. I don't want to feel anything for anybody ever again, even if their intentions are for the best. I don't want to have to explain anything to anybody. I want to know that I can walk out of town tomorrow and that I don't have to say goodbye to anybody.

Elizabeth: Oh. Okay. Well, it's a good thing I know where you stand.

Zander: I'm on my own. And from now on, that's the way that I want it.

Father Coates: Jason and Courtney Morgan, you've come here today as this child's godparents to present him for the sacrament of baptism. It will be your constant care to bring him up in the practice of the Faith and to see the life God gives him is kept safe from sin. If your own faith makes you ready to accept this responsibility, please renew the vows of your own baptism. Do you reject sin so as to live in the freedom of God's children?

Jason and Courtney: We do.

Father Coates: Do you reject evil and refuse to be mastered by it?

Jason and Courtney: We do.

[Morgan fusses]

Jason: It's okay, buddy.

Father Coates: Heavenly Father, you have blessed this child. Teach him to follow in your footsteps and live in the ways of love, faith, and charity. Amen.

All: Amen.

Jason: Good job.

Mike: I guess things are still pretty rough between you and Jason, huh?

Courtney: Is it that obvious?

Mike: Well, you were never good at hiding things.

Courtney: I'm miserable, Dad.

Mike: Hey, I want you to listen to me. I'm very proud of you, Courtney. Morgan couldn't ask for better godparents, and I know that even though you're going through a rough patch right now, you and Jason are going to fight for each other. Someday, you'll be at your own child's christening.

Courtney: Dad, you know that I can't --

Mike: Listen, I don't care what the doctors say. Miracles happen, honey. I mean, look at today. We are here together. This family is finally happy. And very soon, you're going to be happy, too.

Georgie: So, what did you think of Jude Law?

Guy: Master thespian with a hot accent. He's close to perfect. So, are we going to talk about this?

Georgie: What?

Guy: You and Dillon. He broke your heart?

Georgie: How could you tell?

Guy: Well, you obviously didn't want him sitting him in a movie theater with that Aguilera reject.

Georgie: Oh, I knew I wasn't crazy. She's totally obvious, right?

Guy: Hey, if Dillon chose Sage over you, the straights can have him.

Georgie: You don't have to say that.

Guy: I'm just speaking the truth. Did you love him?

Georgie: Yeah. I really did. Dillon was the only guy I had a real conversation with. He was sweet and smart, and he made me laugh a lot. You know, you remind me of him.

Guy: Sorry, girl, but I'm not turning. Well, maybe for Lucy Liu.

Georgie: Why do all the good ones have to be gay?

Guy: Trust me, they're not. Dillon's still in love with you. You had to notice how he didn't want the two of us to be alone. If you really love Dillon back, don't give up on him.

Georgie: I have to. He's already given up on me.

Sonny: You know, I want to make a little donation to show my gratitude for the special arrangements you made to baptize Morgan today.

Father Coates: It's always our pleasure to welcome a new parishioner through baptism.

Sonny: Well, you know what, if there's ever anything else you need, you know --

Father Coates: Well, tomorrow is our annual Christmas party for the kids who are less fortunate. For most of them, the gift they receive here will be the only one that they get.

Sonny: You want me to provide the gifts?

Father Coates: No, no, no, they've already been donated. Unfortunately, our transportation arrangements have fallen through. The truck that was donated broke down, and --

Sonny: Well, Jason, you can handle that, right?

Jason: Yeah, we can take care of that.

Father Coates: Thank you so much. I really appreciate it. The kids are going to be so happy.

Sage: What happened? Why are my suitcases out?

Lorenzo: I'm sending you back to school.

Sage: No. Please, Uncle Lorenzo, I hate it there. I promise I'll stay out of your business.

Lorenzo: This isn't because I don't want you here, Sage. It's because I don't want you involved in my business on any level, which includes knocking guards unconscious.

Sage: Well, I wasn't prepared. I mean, if you tell me what to do, then next time, I'll handle it any way --

Lorenzo: That's my point. There won't be a next time because it's too dangerous for you here.

Sage: You're staying here.

Lorenzo: For one, I'm an adult. And for another, I created the situation and I'm not about to walk away.

Sage: You don't want to leave Carly.

Lorenzo: No. I donít.

Sage: I don't want to leave Dillon. Or you. When I wanted to leave, you talked me into staying. You can't go back on that now.

Maxie: Hey, what are you doing here? You're supposed to be out with Guy.

Georgie: Guy was great, but we weren't really right for each other, so he showed me this really great way that I can get to know other people.

Maxie: "Teen speed dating"?

Georgie: Yeah. You sign up online, and then the event is held at Kellyís. And you go there, and you meet all these guys, and you talk to each of them for, like, five minutes at a time. And if you like them, then you write their name down on a card. And if they're interested, too, then you guys go out on a date.

Maxie: Georgie, that sounds really desperate.

Georgie: It's worth a try.

Maxie: Be honest, okay? You're never going to want any other boy than Dillon.

Georgie: No, Dillon and I are over. I'm moving on.

Ric: Hey, hey, hey, watch that ankle. I think this might help.

Elizabeth: Oh, it's beautiful. Thank you.

Ric: You okay?

Elizabeth: Yeah. I will be. God, you have been so wonderful to me.

Ric: Well, I'm glad you think so.

Elizabeth: But I haven't been exactly really honest with you.

Ric: About what? What?

Elizabeth: I am -- I'm pregnant.

Ric: What?

Elizabeth: Yeah, I'm -- I'm going to have a baby.

Ric: You're going to have a baby?

Elizabeth: Yeah.

Ric: This is amazing. Oh, my God, Elizabeth, this is like a second chance for us.

Elizabeth: But, Ric --

Ric: No, no, no, I know what you're going to say. We have a lot of things to work out, but now we have all the reason in the world, okay? This is our child.

Faith: Why am I here, Lorenzo?

Lorenzo: You approached my niece on the docks?

Faith: I was just offering her a friendly little warning that she shouldn't be out alone.

Lorenzo: You stay away from her, Faith. You threaten her, much less approach her again, I'll have your neck snapped.

Faith: Really?

Lorenzo: Yeah.

Faith: You sound serious. Good. Maybe you're ready to get back to business.

Lorenzo: I'm expecting a very large shipment. I want the product to move quickly.

Faith: Oh, wait, you rejected my offer before. I've moved on to another supplier. Excuse --

Lorenzo: Careful, Faith. You're not as powerful as you like to think. In fact, you need to be thinking about whether you want to help me or whether you've become an obstacle I need to remove.

Carly: Oh, I am never, ever going to forget this day.

Sonny: Yeah, it was good.

Carly: Yeah. How great was it having Jason and Courtney stand up for Morgan? Ah. Did you see the way they looked at each other? They were so sweet. They're not going to -- they're not. Uh-uh.

Sonny: You stay out of it.

Carly: No, they're getting back together. What do you mean? You meddle.

Sonny: No, I never meddle.

Carly: Oh, please. How about when you had Jason make sure that the parish got toys? You said it just loud enough so Courtney would hear, and then she was just about to melt when he said he'd make sure they got delivered. They're going to be okay, just like us.

Sonny: Just like us.

Courtney: Thanks again for that ride.

Jason: Yeah. The storm is getting close. I didn't want you to get stuck.

Courtney: Yeah. You know, it's nice of you to take care of that delivery yourself.

Jason: Well, that is one shipment that's going to make it through.

Courtney: Why don't you come in for a cup of coffee for the road? Come on.

Zander: This is Zander.

Faith: Sonny has a major shipment coming in.

Zander: Any idea what it is?

Faith: No, but Jason is escorting it himself. You are going to hijack the truck and take him out. Jason won't even know what hit him.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Ric: Will you marry me?

Sam: This here happens to be my big break.

Nikolas: Sam found the wreck when she was trying to salvage my freighter.

Faith: Meet me at Pier 17. I have something you want.

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