GH Transcript Tuesday 3/16/04

General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 3/16/04

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Proofread by Brian

Emily: Now, who could that be? Jason? No, no, no, that's not -- Lucky? No -- ok, this is a tough one. Uh -- Helena?

[Emily giggles]

Emily: Nikolas. What a surprise.

Nikolas: Well -- it better not be. You're a married woman now. No one else is allowed to sneak up on you.

Emily: I've been floating on air since we've said our vows.

Nikolas: Yes, which brings me to my next surprise, ok? What am I thinking right now? What am I thinking right now?

Emily: What are you thinking right now? What are you thinking? What are you thinking? I don't -- let's see -- this? This?

Nikolas: Very, very close, but no. I was thinking that our wedding should be followed by a honeymoon.

Emily: Even if the marriage wasn't real?

Nikolas: It was real, ok? It just wasn't official.

Emily: Ok.

Nikolas: All right, I want to take you someplace -- someplace remote and exotic to celebrate, all right? I was thinking maybe Bali, Moroccan Coast --

Emily: Seriously?

Nikolas: Yes, yes. I will take you anyplace in the world on one condition.

Emily: Oh, one condition, ok.

Nikolas: We leave tonight.

Carly: Well -- this is just temporary, then, probably. I mean, you're probably in shock.

Lorenzo: No, it isn't shock. The explosion blew glass shards into my eyes. I don't know if my vision will return or not.

Carly: Well, what do the doctors say?

Lorenzo: They ran some tests.

Carly: What, and they haven't come back to tell you the results yet? Listen, I'm going to go get the doctor.

Lorenzo: No, no, no, no --

Carly: I'm going to find out what's going on. Listen, they can't leave you in here waiting.

Lorenzo: The doctor said he would tell me as soon as the results come back.

Carly: I'm sorry.

Lorenzo: Hey, you were about to tell me something when you came in.

Sonny: Where's your toy?

Michael: I want to live with you and mom.

Sonny: It can't be that way, buddy.

[Morgan fusses]

Michael: I won't leave you. I don't care if they arrest me.

Sonny: Mike, it's not about that, Michael --

Michael: We'll get a different judge so he can tell the first judge --

Sonny: The judge didn't make the decision. I did.

[Morgan cries]

Sonny: Shh.

Nikolas: What about Thailand?

Emily: Oh, Thailand.

Nikolas: Some of the most beautiful beaches in the world are in Thailand.

Emily: Oh.

Nikolas: No? Sardinia?

Emily: What?

Nikolas: The landscapes in Sardinia are beautiful. What?

Emily: You're so mean.

Nikolas: What's so mean about wanting to take you away tonight?

Emily: You're so mean. Semester isn't over yet. I still have to take my final. You know that.

Nikolas: Oh, yeah, that's right, I forgot.

Emily: I still want to go, just not right away.

Nikolas: Yeah? I was just -- I was just trying to get your mind off the pressures that our families have been putting on us -- Quartermaines bickering, Helena’s --

Emily: Oh, boy, Helena -- you think I'll ever win her over?

Nikolas: No. Not a chance.

[Emily laughs]

Nikolas: Not that it matters in the least bit.

Emily: Well, you know, we are getting married, and she is your grandmother, so I guess I'm going to have to start dealing with her sooner or later. Might as well start now, huh?

Nikolas: You're a brave woman.

Emily: I am, aren't I?

Nikolas: Yes -- one of the many, many reasons I love you.

Emily: And I love you, too. And don't you worry about Helena. I'm going to find a way to handle her.

Helena: No one "handles" Helena. Now, I've dealt with more formidable opponents than you, my dear. If you attempt to antagonize me, you will deeply regret it.

Nikolas: Apologize to Emily.

Edward: Ah, good to see you, my boy.

Dillon: I bet it is.

Edward: Well, it's time we discussed moving pictures.

Dillon: What, like silent film?

Edward: No, of course not. Unless silent films are a new thing in Hollywood like some sort of postmodern statement?

Dillon: No, not exactly.

Edward: Oh, ok. Well, I'm -- as I said, I'm backing you. I want to finance your picture.

Dillon: My picture?

Edward: Mm-hmm. You can write the screenplay, possibly even direct.

Dillon: Wait a minute. No, no, no, because where's the money coming from? Our family is broke.

Edward: That's not a problem. I can pick up that phone and call any number of investors, beginning with Aaron Spelling, who happens to be an old friend of mine.

Tracy: Why don't you call good old Aaron right now.  Tell him you have a grandson, a high school student, who's going to write a screenplay over spring break. Oh, you better tell Aaron that he should jump on the bandwagon really quickly or he's going to miss the opportunity of a lifetime. Francis Ford Coppola is chomping at the bit, and Steven Spielberg is taking him to lunch.

Edward: Don't interfere.

Tracy: With what? Your ham-fisted attempt to bribe my son into voting for you?

Edward: I am trying to help my very talented grandson.

Tracy: Oh, please, daddy. Dillon is far too intelligent to be swayed by flattery. He thinks for himself. No one can influence his choices. Not even his doting mother.

Georgie: Thanks, Maxie.

Sage: Guess again.

Georgie: What are you doing here?

Sage: What does it look like?

Georgie: Lap-dancing for patient morale?

Sage: Just because I enjoy fashion doesn't mean I'm not sincere. And it's not like this is the first time I've ever volunteered. We were both elves at that Pediatric Christmas party, remember?

Georgie: Yeah, I remember. Your uncle made you do it.

Sage: And I really enjoyed it.

Georgie: Oh, and it was just a wild, crazy, crazy coincidence that Dillon was there, too.

Sage: Look, the fire at the Port Charles hotel made me realize how important it really is to help other people. Ever since that night, I've wanted to volunteer. If you believe me, that's great. If you don't believe me, that's great, too. I really don't care. But some people are actually glad that I'm here like Audrey, who's been warm and welcoming. She actually suggested that you might like to show me around.

Georgie: Looks like she was wrong.

Sage: Hmm. Why am I not surprised?

Georgie: Wait.

Faith: Huh. No "hello" for your partner?

Courtney: I'm not your partner, Faith, and I never will be.

Faith: You know what, sweetheart? Don't try to fight your husband's battles for him. You know, just because Jason and I had a little tiff, it's no reason we can't do --

Courtney: I know that you ordered that hit on Sonny, Faith, and, fortunately, he wasn't in the limo when your explosive went off.

Faith: Oh, a car bomb. Wow. He really does lead a dangerous life, doesn't he?

Courtney: Yeah, ok, nice bluff. But if I believe that you planted that bomb, so does Sonny. And what do you think he'll do about it, Faith?

Lorenzo: Did something else happen at the courthouse?

Carly: I -- I got my boys back.

Lorenzo: But Judge Marland ruled for joint custody.

Carly: Yeah, well, Sonny's car exploded -- that's what knocked you out -- and it changed everything.

Lorenzo: So the judge reversed his decision?

Carly: No. Actually, Sonny did. He realized that no matter what he did to protect Michael and Morgan, he couldn't guarantee their safety, and so he wants them to come live with me.

Lorenzo: How soon?

Carly: Tonight.

Lorenzo: Carly, that's wonderful. Why are you here? You should be with your children.

Sonny: I thought about this hard, and I decided that it's best for you and Morgan to live with your mommy.

Michael: Why?

Sonny: Because it's not fair for me to keep you here. You and Morgan living here with guards all the time? You know, you -- you never know when you're going to go away to the island with Leticia. You've spent months away from your school, from your friends. You don't want to live like that, Michael.

Michael: I don't mind.

Sonny: I know you don't mind, and I'm so proud of you. You're such a good little boy. The way you've handled everything? But, you know, you don't know how fun -- how fun life can be when you have the freedom to just be a regular boy.

Michael: This isn't fair.

Sonny: You missed your mom, right? Well, now you get to see her all the time.

Michael: But I want to see you, too.

Sonny: You're going to see me. I'm going to see you -- I mean -- we're going to -- at karate classes, soccer games, right, practices -- that's three times right there in a week.

Michael: What if mommy says no?

Sonny: She's not going to say no because she's already said yes. Your mommy and I aren't fighting anymore. We're not -- you know, she wants me to see you and Morgan as much as I can.

Michael: Really?

Sonny: Really. It's all going to be fine.

Michael: But you can still come over for dinner sometimes, right?

Sonny: I'll cook you dinner. I'll cook you dinner. You want that?

Michael: Macaroni and cheese with crusty on top?

Sonny: Whatever -- whatever you want.

Michael: Last year you took me to a baseball game. Can you take me to a game with nobody else? Not even mommy and Morgan?

Sonny: Just you and me.

Carly: I'm going to stay with you till you fall asleep, ok?

Lorenzo: Wouldn't you rather give Morgan a bath? Tuck your children into bed?

Carly: I don't want to leave you alone.

Lorenzo: Carly, look, I know how much you missed your children. You shouldn't waste any more time. Just go be with them. I'll be all right. I'll be fine. Ok?

Carly: Ok. I will -- I'll come by in the morning, ok?

Lorenzo: Good.

Carly: When did the doctor say that you would get the test results?

Lorenzo: Probably by the time you get back here tomorrow.

Carly: I just want you to know that if your vision has not returned by the time they've released you, you know that you can stay with me and Morgan and Michael.

Lorenzo: Yeah. Let's not discuss that yet, all right? We'll see how I'm doing, all right?

Carly: Yeah, all right, all right. Are you sure you're going to be ok here by yourself?

Lorenzo: I'll be fine. Go with Michael and Morgan. Go get them. Stop worrying about me. Ok?

Carly: Ok. Ok.

Lorenzo: Thanks.

Courtney: Hey, I thought I'd come by for moral support in case you needed me.

Carly: Thanks.

Courtney: So how did it go?

Carly: Lorenzo's been blinded by the explosion and they don't know if he's going to get his sight back.

Courtney: Oh, my God.

Carly: Courtney, if -- if it wasn't for me, he wouldn't have been anywhere near that courthouse. He was there supporting me.

Courtney: Carly, come on. You can't blame yourself.

Carly: Well -- listen to me, if he's still blind by the time they release him, he's going to need someone to be with him.

Courtney: Not you.

Carly: Yeah, well, you tell me, who else?

Courtney: Carly, come on. Your boys are coming to live with you. The last thing you need right now is Alcazar.

Carly: Courtney, what am I supposed to say to him? Huh? Am I supposed to say, "Oh, I'm so sorry that you're blind, but, by the way, it's over"?

Courtney: Well, there's something between that and "I'll take care of you for the rest of your life."

Carly: I'm not abandoning him.

Courtney: Lorenzo Alcazar forced his way into your life, Carly. If he had left you alone, you would still be with Sonny.

Carly: Ok, well, leaving him and turning my back on him while he's blind is not going to change anything between, what, me and Sonny.

Courtney: Alcazar's bad for you, Carly, blind or not. You need to make a clean break.

Carly: Courtney, you are one of the most compassionate and caring people that I know. You, of all people, should get this.

Courtney: And I do. That is why I am so worried because I know how easily kindness and guilt can pull you into a trap.

Dillon: You know, grandfather, you've got some really brilliant ideas. Do you think we could get Johnny Depp for the lead role, whatever that is?

Edward: Well, I don't --

Dillon: Actually -- oh, no. You know what? I should probably do the location scouting before I start working on the script. Maybe like Rio or Venice or Casablanca -- that would inspire me.

Edward: Now, you listen to me, young man. Don't you be poisoned by your mother's cynicism.

Tracy: Daddy, how can you say that? You know I want him to grow up just as idealistic as you are.

Dillon: So, mom, what's your opening bid?

Tracy: I have no intention of buying your vote.

Dillon: Of course not. What was I thinking?

Tracy: I'm your mother. I've loved you and raised you. I have every confidence that you're going to make the right decision all on your own.

Dillon: You're good. You're good.

Tracy: What's that mean?

Dillon: It's a guilt thing. Mom, you're a master, you're an auteur. The problem is I'm on to you. So if that's your angle, you might as well give up now.

Georgie: And -- this is where you get the meal schedule. You click here for special orders by room number. And that's about it.

Sage: Well, what about the internet connection?

Georgie: Off-limits. Only hospital business on G.H. P.C.’s.  Personal use on the G.H. P.C.’s is the biggest, biggest no-no, so don't even think about it.

Sage: Ok.

Singer: Don't know much about you don't know who you are we've been doin' fine without we could only go so far don't know why you chose us were you watching from above? Is there someone there that knows us said we'd give you all our love? Will you laugh just like your mother? Will you sigh like your old man? Will something skip a generation like I've heard they often can? Are you a poet or a dancer? A devil or a clown? Or a strange new combination of the things we've handed down? The things we've handed down yeah of things we've handed down

Sage: You want to make Georgie look bad in order to pressure Dillon into voting for you? I think I found a way to do it.

Tracy: You have my attention.

Sage: Personal use of the General Hospital computer is grounds for dismissal of a volunteer.

Tracy: Ok, and?

Sage: I could easily fix it so that a certain clueless girl gets booted out of the do-gooder corps.

Tracy: Great, and while you're at it, why don't you tell them she doesn't floss? Or perhaps start a smear campaign that Georgie Jones is a litterbug? Why would anyone care if she was dismissed as a volunteer? I want her completely disgraced.

Sage: What if someone were selling nude photographs on the internet, straight from the hospital? Nude pictures of a certain wholesome teenage girl? A certain volunteer, sold by the volunteer herself to pay for her poor, sick dad's medical bills?

Tracy: I'm listening.

Sage: Yes, doctor -- Mrs. Cohen is back from her x-rays.

Tracy: Let me guess -- Dillon showed up?

Sage: That's correct.

Tracy: Did he hear?

Sage: I don't -- I -- the results aren't in yet, but I'll let you know just as soon as they are.

Dillon: Jeez.

Sage: Hi.

Dillon: Hi. How bad is it?

Sage: What?

Dillon: You don't know yet, do you?

Sage: Dillon, what?

Dillon: Sage, there was an explosion outside the courthouse. They say your uncle's been hurt really bad. I just heard that on the news.

Sage: Oh, my God.

Georgie: Was there a designer-shoe sale at the solarium?

Dillon: No. I just told Sage her uncle's been hurt.

Helena: Nikolas, you would be penniless if it weren't for me. You'd be signing job applications, hoping to earn a paycheck like some other peasant.

Nikolas: I said apologize to Emily.

Helena: Oh, don't be absurd. Nikolas -- Nikolas, I recovered that wonderful treasure so that I could give it to you.

Nikolas: Grandmother -- grandmother, it's real simple -- I will not tolerate any hostility towards my fiancée, ok?

Helena: And I will not tolerate your sharing a prince's fortune with the vulgar Quartermaines.

Nikolas: It's a fait accompli.

Helena: And you will reclaim that money, just as you will retract that ludicrous promise to provide for those unfortunates of the hotel fire.

Nikolas: The -- the money is -- for the fire victims is already in trust, grandmother.

Helena: But, Nikolas, you cannot squander millions of dollars on total strangers. Those people are disposable. They mean nothing to us. The Cassadines didn't own that hotel. We bear no responsibility for that fire.

Emily: No, it's not about responsibility. Nikolas happens to care what happens to those fire victims.

Helena: Nikolas is too softhearted. Now, it's always been his greatest weakness.

Emily: No, it's his strength, Helena. Nikolas is a --

Nikolas: Em, hey, don't -- don't engage her, ok?

Emily: Ok.

Nikolas: It's just a waste of time. Would you please leave us alone?

Helena: I'm disappointed, Nikolas. And as you know, I don't take disappointment well.

Nikolas: You'll survive.

Helena: Survive? Survival depends on certain skills that you would be wise to acquire, such as strengthening important alliances instead of throwing them away. And you could begin by curbing your arrogance.

Emily: Whew! That was scary.

Nikolas: No, don't -- just ignore her, ok?

Emily: What about those veiled threats and --

Nikolas: Oh, she loves doing that. No, she thinks it leaves people quaking in fear, just wondering, "Oh, what's going to happen next?"

Emily: God, she won't give up.

Nikolas: It doesn't matter, ok? It doesn't matter. All right, I will not let my grandmother hurt us. Hey, we've already been through hell and back, and we're still together, and we're still in love.

Emily: Yes.

Nikolas: Ok? All right, there's nothing that can stop us now.

Sage: Uncle Lorenzo! Are you ok?

Lorenzo: I'm fine. I'm fine.

Sage: I was here in the hospital! Why didn't -- why didn't you ask for me?

Lorenzo: I didn't want you to worry.

Sage: What's wrong with your eyes? Why are they all bandaged?

Lorenzo: Glass shards flew into my eyes from the explosion. It's all right, it's all right. I'm not in any pain.

Sage: Are your eyes going to heal?

Lorenzo: Well, they'll let me know when they get the test results back.

Sage: Uncle Lorenzo, you need to get better, ok? I'll take care of you.

Lorenzo: No one's going to take care of me. Listen, whatever happens, I can take care of myself. Ok?

Sonny: Michael should be down any second. He's missing a car from one of his train sets.

Carly: It's ok. That's -- you know, I was thinking he really -- he can leave some toys -- he should -- here so when he visits you --

Sonny: No, I want everything out. I want everything out.

Carly: All right.

Sonny: I'm going to go see what he's doing because he should be done.

Carly: Sonny, there's no rush. Listen, I know how hard this is, and -- if you want them to hang out, it's ok.

Sonny: No, no, I want this over with.

Carly: You know, when I decided to let you adopt Michael, people thought I was crazy, but I knew what a wonderful father you already were to him, and I knew how much you loved him. Do you remember the first day he called you "daddy"?

Sonny: I'll never forget.

Carly: Michael has always known that he can count on you, Sonny. He's always known that in his heart you would never let him down. And if you change your mind and you decide you want joint custody, just talk to me.

Sonny: No, no, no, I'm not changing my mind, Carly. The boys are better with you. The boys are better with you.

Carly: Well, if you -- you know you can see them whenever you want, Sonny. Take Michael to school, go to play group with Morgan. You can go to the island -- anywhere you want.

Sonny: Anywhere it's safe.

Michael: I'm ready.

Sonny: Did you pack your green belt?

Michael: Yeah.

Carly: Green belt?

Sonny: Yeah.

Carly: You got your green belt?

Michael: I earned it last week.

Carly: Wow, that is great. I knew you could do that.

Sonny: He's teething and -- you see -- you see this --

Carly: Ooh -- yeah, right in there.

Sonny: His gum's hurting, so I got him some stuff at the pharmacy. Leticia's got it. Ok?

Carly: Ok.

Sonny: Ok, champ, hey. Going to be lonely here without you. I'm even going to miss rocking you back to sleep at night. I used to rock him to sleep at 4:00 in the morning. You sleep through the night, ok, for your mommy? I love you. Hey, come here, buddy. Sit right here. Stay right there. Ok, listen to me, ok? You be good for your mommy, ok? Whatever she says to you, you do it. Ok? You help her take care of Morgan. You're a terrific -- you know how you -- sometimes you're the only one who can get him to stop crying, right? You do that, ok?

Michael: I will.

Sonny: I'm proud of you. You know that? I am so proud of you. I know I tell you that all the time. You know what? You know why I tell you that all the time?

Michael: Why?

Sonny: Because it's the truth. You're smart, you're brave, and I love you. Right? And I'll always be with you right here, ok, in your heart.

Michael: See you later, daddy? At school, at soccer, and at a baseball game?

Sonny: I promise you.

Michael: I love you, daddy.

Sonny: I love you. I love you, too. Ok. All right.

Carly: Ok.

Sonny: You guys go ahead and go, ok?

Carly: Yeah, yeah. We -- we'll call you tomorrow.

Sonny: Yeah.

Carly: You got everything? Can you get mommy's coat? Yeah? Can you grab that?

Michael: Ok.

Carly: Sweetheart?

Sage: Carly -- does she even know you're hurt?

Lorenzo: She got custody of her children. She's going to pick -- pick them up from their father's house.

Sage: Did she even bother to visit you?

Lorenzo: Yes, she did. I told her to go be with her children. I'm fine, Sage. Besides, nothing's going to happen by staying.

Sage: You're too nice to her.

Lorenzo: I happen to love her.

Sage: She's not good enough for you, Uncle Lorenzo; no one is.

Lorenzo: Well, I appreciate your bias. There's no need to be so overprotective. For all we know, I could wake up tomorrow and have my eyesight restored.

Tony: I'm afraid that's unlikely.

Dillon: You know, I came here to see you.

Georgie: You -- you did?

Dillon: Yeah. You didn't -- you didn't say much after what happened at Kelly’s.

Georgie: I didn't know what to say. Now -- now you must think I'm a total witch.

Dillon: Oh, no.

Georgie: I feel really bad about Sage's uncle. I mean, I don't like the guy or anything, but he did save us in the fire.

Dillon: I know. I can't help myself. I do like him. I hope he's ok.

Georgie: Isn't it weird how the first day Sage volunteers her uncle's in the hospital?

Dillon: Yeah, I know. That kind of surprised me, too, because it's not like -- it's not like she talked about wanting to work here before, you know?

Georgie: I think she had other motives than just for the patients, you know?

Dillon: Well, Georgie, she doesn't, you know, have any family, and Alcazar's always gone, and I just told her that we can't be friends anymore. She might be just lonely.

Georgie: Maybe so.

Emily's voice: I, Emily, take thee, Nikolas, to be my husband. I promise to love you forever.

Priest: Where have you been? We'd given you up for lost.

Zander: I'm sorry. I think you're confusing me with somebody else.

Priest: Oh.

Zander: I've never been here before. I'm -- I'm sorry to disturb you.

Priest: Oh, no. I'm the one who should apologize. We've been expecting the new handyman. He should have been here hours ago.

Zander: Well, I hope he shows up.

Priest: You're welcome to stay. The church is open to everyone.

Zander: Thanks.

Priest: You seem troubled. Are you in need of help?

Zander: I'm still in love with the woman that I married.

Priest: Ah.

Zander: But I made a lot of mistakes. People keep telling her that she should move on, get over me.

Priest: Oh.

Zander: But I don't know. The thing is, though, I know if we could just give it a chance, we could be happy, you know. I don't know. Am I trying too hard? Should I quit and just accept that it's over and move on? What?

Priest: I've counseled a lot of couples, and the biggest mistake they make is to give up too easily. The bonds of matrimony are sacred, not to be taken lightly.

Zander: Yeah, I think so, too.

Priest: I'll leave you to your prayers.

Tony: The glass shards from the explosion caused significant damage to your eyes. You may begin to see shadows, possibly the suggestion of light, but very little else.

Lorenzo: So what's the prognosis?

Tony: Depends on whether scarring is present, and if it is, then prognosis isn't good.

Sage: Are you telling me my uncle might not ever see again?

Tony: There's really no way to tell that right now. You might have a full recovery.

Lorenzo: What are the odds?

Tony: If I have to give you numbers, 40% chance of full recovery -- the same chance of being partially sighted.

Lorenzo: And a 20% chance of going completely blind.

Tony: I'm afraid so. I'll check back with you in the morning.

Lorenzo: Thank you, doctor. Whew. Sage, I want you to go home.

Sage: No, no, I'm not going to leave you alone.

Lorenzo: Sage, I need the rest. I can't do it with you sitting here and staring at me.

Sage: I'll be quiet as a mouse.

Lorenzo: No, you'll be asleep at home. Please, Sage. This is the best way you can help me.

Sage: Ok. But I'll be back first thing tomorrow. Don't even try and talk me out of it. I love you, Uncle Lorenzo.

Lorenzo: I love you too, Sage. Nurse, could you hand me that water, please? Thank you. Nurse?

Faith: After a night like you've had, you need more than a nurse.

Carly: Are you ok, sweetheart? Yeah. It's time to go.

Michael: I don't want to go.

Sonny: Ok, Mike, you trust me, don't you? Huh?

Michael: Yeah -- you're my dad.

Sonny: I'm your dad, so I'm telling you you have to do this. It's best for you and Morgan. You have to set a good example for your little brother.

Michael: But Morgan’s just a baby. He doesn't care where he lives.

Sonny: Yeah, but he needs you. So do I. I want you to take care of your little brother. I want you to take care of your mom, ok?

Michael: Ok. I promise.

Sonny: And I promise you that I'll always -- always be part of your life.

Michael: Will I always be your boy?

Sonny: Yes, always.

Michael: I love you, daddy.

Sonny: Come on. Hold your mommy's hand.

Carly: Come on, here. Here you go, sweetheart.

Sonny: All right.

Carly: Ooh -- hey --

Sonny: You all right?

Michael: Yeah.

Carly: Come on. We'll send Max up to get the rest of the stuff. Ok. You want to get that button? Good job.

Zander: I take you, Emily, to be my wife, to live together in the covenant of marriage.

Emily: I take you, Zander, to be my husband, to live together in the covenant of marriage.

Zander: I promise to love you, to honor and keep you, to be faithful to you always.

Emily: I promise to love you, honor, and keep you, and be faithful to you always.

Zander: And Emily, I -- I vow to never make the same mistakes that I've made in the past.

Emily: And I vow never to repeat the mistakes I've made. I'm so sorry I hurt you, Zander. It was wrong of me to end our marriage. But I never stopped loving you. And I'm so grateful for the second chance you're giving me.

Lorenzo: Did you come to check out the damage, to admire your handiwork?

[Faith chuckles]

Faith: You know damn well I'm not responsible.

Lorenzo: You want Sonny out of the way.

Faith: So do you. That's why you sold me your territory and told me to make trouble for Sonny, which I was about to do. I was going to plant some drugs in his coffee warehouse, but thanks to you, that is not necessary.

Lorenzo: Well, don't back off on Sonny on my account. But understand -- he'll kill you once he finds out you planted that bomb.

Faith: I didn't plant it. You did.

[Knock on door]

Max: Sonny, open up! Sonny!


Max: Hurry up! Open up! Sonny, open up! Quick!

Sonny: What -- whoa. What happened?

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Lorenzo: I have a theory of my own -- that you planted that bomb.

Faith: I didn't plant the bomb.

Skye: I want that woman off the Haunted Star tonight.

Jason: You're happy, aren't you?

Carly: I never wanted Sonny to hurt like this.

Sam: He's after me.

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