GH Transcript Thursday 4/29/04

General Hospital Transcript Thursday 4/29/04

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Nikolas: I'm sorry, sir. The church is closed for renovation.

Lorenzo: You?

Nikolas: Well -- we know each other?

Dillon: You're Ashley G.?

Girl: Ashley B. You better remember and learn how to say it with respect. I'm L&B's new star.

Dillon: I've seen stars, and you're not one of them.

Georgie: What he means is, can we get you anything?

Ashley: I'll need some green mint tea and diffused mineral water. Send the office boy to make me some.

Dillon: Get it yourself.

Ashley: It needs to be served at exactly 78 degrees.

Dillon: Ok, listen to me, you bleach-blond Britney reject.  We are not here to take orders from you. It's the other way around.

Ashley: I'm the talent. The whole production's about me.

Dillon: Yeah, and I'm the director. Without my vision, you're nothing.

Carly: Of course, one of us will be sleeping in the guest room. We won't be sleeping together. Yes, but you don't want to sleep alone, either. It's Sam, isn't it? You actually want me to move me back into the penthouse as your wife and keep Sam on the side?

Sonny: Well, why should you have a problem with Sam? It's obvious by the way you're acting you don't want to sleep with me, do you?

Jason: Whoa, whoa, whoa. What's wrong with you?

Sam: Nothing. Let go of me. I'm fine.

Jason: No, you're not fine, ok? You're about to pass out. What's wrong?

Ashley: The director is an afterthought, completely replaceable. We all know on-camera talent runs the show.

Dillon: Ok, first of all, the on-camera talents are usually insane. I don't care if you're an actor, if you're a singer, I --

Ashley: Ned Ashton promised me a name. You look like you're in high school.

Dillon: I have been directing all my life.

Ashley: Using what? Action figures and legos?

Georgie: Dillon may be very young, but he is -- he's very, very talented.

Ashley: Who are you again?

Dillon: Her name is Georgie Jones. She's helping write and produce the project, ok?

Ashley: A writer? You're, like, less significant than a janitor.

Dillon: Oh, my -- that's it, you're done! You are so done! I don't care --

Ashley: Mommy!

Woman: I'm sorry, sweetheart. I -- I -- it took me so long to park the car. I wanted it to be in the shade. I know how you hate to sit on hot upholstery.

Ashley: Anywhere's better than working in this dump with him.

Woman: Oh, hi. Are you the production assistant?

Ashley: He thinks he's the director.

Woman: Oh, I'm sure Mr. Ashton knows what he's doing. We came all this way. Let's give it a try?

Ashley: Fine. I'll wait to talk to Ned before we bail. Now, where's my chakra eyeliner?

Woman: Oh. I left it in the car. I --

Ashley: It's almost time for my treatment. Go get it.

Dillon: I -- I -- I can't -- I can't believe this. She thinks the writing is insignificant?

Georgie: Dillon, just calm down.

Dillon: What do you --?

Georgie: Calm down.

Ashley: About my tea --

Georgie: We're getting that. But, first, why doesn't -- why doesn't Dillon pitch his concept to you?

Dillon: Ok, all right, I -- I want to go heavy on mood. I want to delve into old-world glamour. Think "Casablanca," ok?

Ashley: Is that the latest Outkast song?

Dillon: It's a classic black-and-white film.

Ashley: Black-and-white? That's so Madonna in the 1990s. Forget it.

Dillon: Oh, my God, she did not just compare Ingrid Bergman to Madonna --

Georgie: Breathe, breathe --

Dillon: Tell me she didn't --

Georgie: Dillon --

Ashley: Besides, I already have the concept worked out.

Dillon: You have a concept worked out? That's like a key grip writing the musical score.

Ashley: Whatever. So let me tell you how this video is going to go.

Nikolas: That question must sound pretty ridiculous. I mean, obviously, if we knew each other, I wouldn't have to ask, right?

Lorenzo: It was my mistake.

Nikolas: So we've never met?

Lorenzo: I guess I mistook you for someone else.

Nikolas: Yeah, no problem. But as I said, the church is closed. Parishioners are encouraged to attend services at the Queen of Angels.

Lorenzo: I'll do that. My name is Lorenzo Alcazar.

Nikolas: Oh. I'm Connor Bishop.

Lorenzo: You're not so good with faces, are you?

Nikolas: Oh, well -- I couldn't say. I had a head injury recently, lost my memory. I'm not sure if I'll ever get it back.

Lorenzo: That sounds --

Nikolas: Yeah, unsettling, I know. Excuse me.

Lorenzo: Actually, I was going to say that it sounds liberating. You're a lucky man, Connor.

Carly: I cannot believe I ever found this arrogant Latin macho act attractive.

Sonny: It's a simple question, Carly.

Carly: I loved you, Sonny, and that's why I stayed in the bed with you. But don't worry, ok, because when I move back in, I will gladly take the guest room, because I don't want to be anywhere near the bed that you've slept with your latest slut in.

Sonny: I will see Sam on a boat. She won't come anywhere near the house.

Carly: Good. And I won't see Lorenzo there, either.

Sam: I just -- I need to get out of here, ok?

Jason: Sam -- Sam, you can barely walk.

Sam: I haven't eaten in, like, 24 hours, and I barely slept last night.

Jason: Why?

Sam: Why? Why? Because Sonny and Carly are getting back together. Jason, it's no fun waiting around to get dumped.

Jason: Well, you just said that's not what happened.

Sam: I know, I know, and I already told you this. Sonny asked me to be his mistress. Surprise. That should really thrill you to death.

Jason: You don't seem too happy about it.

Sam: I'm not really sure how I feel about anything right now.

Courtney: Ok, ok, Emily, I know that you've been keeping busy, but if you ever need to talk --

Emily: Same to you, Courtney. I -- I think you're the best thing that ever happened to Jason. He was so happy with you.

Courtney: You know, I was with him, too.

Emily: Are you sure it has to be over?

Courtney: I ask myself the same question every morning when I wake up and he's not there.

Emily: Yeah.

Courtney: But then after a while, you know, we both start beating our heads against the wall, and -- I guess sometimes love just really isn't enough.

Sam: Look, Sonny and Carly are only living together for the kids. I mean -- they're not romantic. Why shouldn't we keep seeing each other? It's not like we're lying to anyone or keeping any secrets.

Jason: There are kids involved.

Sam: Yeah, well, if I'm being selfish -- Jason, this is what Sonny wants, and so do I, at least for a little while longer.

Jason: Ok, and then what?

Sam: And then I don't know. But I'm not an idiot. I know that once Carly is under the same roof with Sonny they'll probably work things out and, I'm sure, fall back in love again, and that is ok with me. I will just -- I'll leave town and I'll have no regrets.

Jason: Sam, you're lying to me, and I'm not sure why.

Carly: That's the difference between you and me, Sonny. I would never defile what we had by bringing someone else into our bed. The penthouse was our home, and we were happy there. And since we are moving back in together, for Michaelís sake, we cannot bring our separate relationships into the home.

Sonny: You're right. There's going to have to be some rules.

Carly: Yeah, and I'm not living by your rules, Sonny. I'm through with it. I didn't make the deal with God. You did.

Sonny: What is it?

Carly: Michael knows we're fighting.

Sonny: Well, wave to him. Make him think everything's fine.

Carly: You mean lie.

Carly: This isn't going to work, Sonny. Moving back in together means things are only going to get worse.

Sonny: We're going to make it work for our son.

Carly: You need to promise you will never hurt him.

Nikolas: You think I'm fortunate not to remember my life?

Lorenzo: That's subjective, I suppose. Some people have a past they would prefer to forget. That would be me. It must be liberating not to have to live with the mistakes you made; the missed opportunities, the people you loved in life who are lost to you forever. Maybe you've been granted a reprieve.

Nikolas: So you're saying the life I had may be worse than the one I'm living now?

Lorenzo: I'm saying you've been given a chance to make new memories. You have no guilt over anything that's happened before. Maybe you finally got over the pain of losing the one great love in your life.

Nikolas: Yeah, well, actually, my life before sounded pretty good.

Lorenzo: I thought you didn't remember anything.

Nikolas: Oh. My wife, Mary -- Mary -- her name's Mary -- she's been telling me all about it. And sometimes I think that -- you know, sometimes I think she's been keeping part of our past a secret. But, hey, you could be -- you could be right. I mean, I guess everyone has some part of their life they'd like to forget, I guess.

Lorenzo: I envy you. You have a chance to build something new, something clean. You have the unusual opportunity of letting the past stay where it belongs and enjoying your future.

Nikolas: Yeah, you know, I didn't think anyone could put a positive spin on what's happened to me, and you helped a lot. Thank you.

Lorenzo: Well, if you ever get tired of painting, give me a call, ok?

Nikolas: Ok.

Lorenzo: I own several businesses in the area. I'd be happy to help you find a job.

Nikolas: Yeah, I'll keep it in mind. Thank you.

Ashley: I'm thinking computer-generated graphics, skimpy costumes, lots of body glitter.

Dillon: Tell me she did not just use the words "body glitter."

Ashley: I've been doing Pilates, so I'm not afraid to show skin. Think flash, flash, flash.

Dillon: Great, so you're entire concept is pandering and unoriginal -- whatever.

Georgie: So, are you planning on being alone in this video?

Ashley: Are you kidding? I'll be surrounded by space hotties. Every time one gets near me, I'll do a few dance moves with him and then push him away. I've already choreographed it.

Dillon: Oh, my God, she's not going to start dancing. She's not dancing; she's not dancing. She's not --

Ashley: You're out in the world

Dillon: Doing that.

Ashley: Off my planet I'm out of this world so sorry I began it you made me cry now someone's got to say

Dillon: All right, stop! Stop it! Stop the dancing! Stop the singing! Stop everything, ok? Stop!

Ashley: I haven't even gotten to the part where I ride on the giant cobra.

Dillon: No! No riding giant cobras, no dancing spacemen! We have a serious problem here, and you are it!

[Techno version of sabre dance]

Dillon: Do you -- do you have any idea how inane and derivative your entire concept is?

Ashley: I don't know what those words mean, but they better be synonyms for brilliant.

Georgie: Um -- very close.

Dillon: It's offensive, ok?

Ashley: I call it cool.

Dillon: It's degrading! It's pedantic!

Ashley: I get it! You like big words! Start speaking English, Mr. S.A.T.!

Dillon: Do you want English? You want me to start speaking English? Ok! We are not using one single frame of your entire idea! Got it?

Ashley: You know what? Flash sells! Without it, you end up in the discount bin.

Dillon: Yeah, that's where trash belongs!

Georgie: Dillon, Ashley actually makes some good points.

Dillon: She make-- mom, are -- mom, are you behind this? Are you -- are you hiding, somewhere in here, mom? Anywhere -- no? Huh? Because if you are, you can -- you can come out now, because I'll tell you what -- I'm losing my mind!

Georgie: Can I please speak to you in private?

Ashley: Anything's better than dealing with him.

Georgie: Ok, great. Ok, ok, first of all, you are a -- a fantastic dancer -- fantastic.

Ashley: I was born with talent.

Georgie: Clearly. You could put most choreographers out of business. They will be chasing after you after your debut.

Ashley: That's what I was thinking.

Georgie: What movies have you seen lately that have just completely excited you musically?

Ashley: It's kind of old, but I loved "Moulin Rouge."

Georgie: Really? You know, I completely agree. The costumes were just so classy; and Nicole Kidman was just beautiful.

Ashley: I liked the love story. I cried for, like, a day when Satine died. She just wanted to be a star.

Georgie: Oh, I know it, and Christian just wanted Satine to be the brightest star that Moulin Rouge had ever seen. You know, that's kind of like Dillon. He wants you to be the star of his video.

Ashley: Hmm.

Sonny: Carly, you know I would never do anything to hurt our sons.

Carly: I know that you would do everything in your power to protect them from your business.

Sonny: Then what are you asking?

Carly: I'm talking about me and Lorenzo or you and Sam or whoever it is you decide to sleep with. We cannot tear into each other every time that happens, because Michael will catch on.

Sonny: I agree. So, fine, you sleep with whoever you want. I asked you to come home for Michael anyway, so -- Ok, ok.

Michael: Were you fighting?

Sonny: Were we fighting? No. Look, we just -- we have difference of opinion, grownup stuff, yeah.

Michael: Mommy says if I don't like something that someone's doing, I should listen and try and work it out.

Carly: And that is exactly what your daddy and I were doing in the hall.

Michael: So you guys are still going to be together?

Carly: Yeah, we're still going to be together.

Jason: You're still here.

Sam: Yeah, Jason. You're the one who told me to eat something, remember?

Jason: Yeah, well, can't you eat in the car?

Sam: Did you get that this is hard for me? I was happy here, and now you're dragging me out before his wife gets home. I don't know if you've realized this, but I am a human being and I have feelings. Sonny and I connected, Jason. Maybe we can work this out.

Jason: How?

Sam: I don't know how. I'm not sure. I'm trying to figure that out. Maybe there's already been too much damage done, or maybe when they get here they'll be together and they'll realize they can make it work out.

Jason: I know, but Carly is the mother of Sonny's kids. It's going to be tough to compete with that connection.

Sam: You're right. You're absolutely right. I will never have that kind of bond with Sonny. The best I can hope for is more time.

[Georgie and Ashley laugh]

Georgie: Ok, come on. Dillon, Ashley and I were just talking.

Ashley: It was more like a meeting of the minds.

Georgie: Right.

Dillon: Now, how exactly does that happen when one of you doesn't have one?

Georgie: Ashley came up with a new concept. Actually, it was more like she tweaked her old one.

Ashley: And we bring the video down to earth.

Georgie: Right. She thought that an earth setting would be more relatable for the teenagers.

Ashley: That's my audience, right?

Georgie: Yeah, and she decided that she would slow down the song.

Ashley: It's sexier. Think Gwen Stefani during a breakup.

Georgie: Yeah, but still with a playful pace.

Ashley: Yeah, and I don't want any color.

Dillon: You mean black and white?

Ashley: No. I mean colorless. Maybe my eyes should be tinted. Or just my gown.

Georgie: Right, she was thinking a satin dress, fitted.

Ashley: I could start with my back to the camera, lure the audience in, make them wait to see my face.

Dillon: Wait a minute, wait a minute. This is -- this is good. Ok, so you're -- you're onboard with my concept?

Ashley: Your concept?

Dillon: Yeah, you're describing my idea -- the movie homage.

Ashley: Is he kidding?

Georgie: Dillon, Ashley came up with this concept on her own.

Ashley: It isn't that different from what I suggested earlier.

Dillon: It is completely different, because it is my idea.

Ashley: Stop trying to steal my idea. You can either figure out how to shoot the video my way, or I'll take it somewhere else!

Dillon: All right, stop! Listen to me, ok? I have waited my entire life to create a concept with dignity, and I'm not going to let you jeopardize that right now. You're on your own, Ashley G.

Ashley: Oh, and it's Ashley B., jerk!

Georgie: I told you he'd love it.

Courtney: Hey.

Carly: Hey. He's sleeping.

Carly: You know, you can wait if you want. Sonny's gone.

Courtney: Yeah, I know. I already made sure before I came to the room.

Carly: You know, this is ridiculous. You are Michaelís aunt, you're my best friend, and we want you here.

Courtney: Michael just needs to focus on getting better and to be reassured.

Carly: Yeah, I know. So why are we pampering Sonny?

Courtney: I guess it's just the way it has to be right now.

Carly: Oh, to hell with Sonny and his rules. If I have to live by his, he can live by mine.

Courtney: So you guys are already fighting?

Carly: Well, I'm moving back into the penthouse. Sonny's keeping Sam as his mistress.

Courtney: What?

Carly: Yeah. It's nice, huh?

Courtney: Ok, so what are you going to do?

Carly: What's best for my kids. You know, Michael almost died trying to get me and Sonny back together, so now, the boys -- they come first, even if it means that I have to suffer for them.

Sonny: You look amazing.

Sam: Thanks to your exquisite taste. Not to mention your generosity.

Sonny: You made sure Sam made it home safe?

Jason: Yep. She's on her boat.

Sonny: You got something on your mind?

Jason: I don't like you lying to Michael.

Sonny: How am I doing that?

Jason: Well, you told him that you and Carly are getting back together.

Sonny: Right.

Jason: But you're still planning to see Sam on the side. How long do you think it's going to take Michael to realize that something's not right, Sonny?

Sonny: Well, he's a kid, Jason. He wants to believe me and Carly are in love. He's going to see what he wants to see.

Jason: Michael's going to know that you and Carly are pretending to be happy. Come on!

Sonny: Sam's good to me. I'm not going to just cut her off completely!

Jason: Ok, then what about Carly?

Sonny: She agreed with the arrangement.

Jason: "She agreed."

Sonny: Well, yeah.

Jason: That doesn't mean she's not going to fight you every day. You know how Carly is. Eventually, she's going to do something crazy again!

Sonny: Carly and I are parents together. We're in this marriage for the sake of the children.

Jason: You know what? Then it's a lie, Sonny.

Sonny: What do you want from me? I loved Carly with everything I had! You know that! She hurt me bad with Alcazar! I'm not going to go down that road again, not now, not ever!

Jason: Well, then you shouldn't do this to Michael and Morgan.

Sonny: Don't tell me what I should or shouldn't do with my children!

Jason: I'm not telling you! Michael and Morgan are kids. They love you; they trust you unconditionally.  They have high expectations for their parents. You are the most important people in the world to them, Sonny.

Sonny: Get to the point.

Jason: Ok, my point is I'm trying to make you understand that you're the parent here. You have to put Michael and Morganís happiness ahead of your own.

Sonny: Look, I understand you love Michael and Morgan as much as I do.

Jason: Ok, then don't lie to them.

Sonny: Well --

Jason: You know, finish the divorce and be with Sam or go back to Carly for real.

Sonny: It's not an option.

Jason: Sonny, you're going to set Michael up to get hurt even worse when this whole thing blows apart again. Seriously, how long do you think Carlyís going to put up with you going to Sam --?

Sonny: Carly already agreed that she's going to keep on sleeping with Alcazar!

Jason: She's just saying that because you won't give up Sam right now!

Sonny: Well, you know what? It doesn't really matter who she sleeps with, because that's how far I'm willing to go to give Michael what he needs.

Jason: Don't you get it, though?

Sonny: What?

Jason: Michael wants what he used to have -- for you and Carly to love each other.

Sonny: I can't make Carly love me again, Jason. I don't want to. It hurts too much. You know how much I love my family, but it keeps falling apart. I got to figure out a way to give Michael what he needs and to still be able to live my own life. That's why I like Sam -- because she's safe. Besides, if I -- if I let myself love Carly again, it would kill me.

Woman: This is the first of several prescreening sessions to discuss your options.

Sam: I never wanted to be pregnant.

Woman: I understand. You're facing a difficult decision, Sam. First step is to answer a few questions. Are you married?

Sam: No.

Woman: And what is your relationship with the father?

Sam: Well, we were -- we were just seeing each other.

Woman: Mm-hmm. Are you still involved?

Sam: Kind of. You see, he has a family, and he was supposed to get a divorce, and now I'm not sure.

Woman: Does he know you're pregnant?

Sam: No, uh-uh, and I really don't want him to, either.

Woman: Does he have other children?

Sam: Mm-hmm, he has two boys, and he loves them more than anything in this world, and another kid -- it would just -- it would really mess up his life, especially, the oldest son -- he's had a really hard time with the split, and I -- I don't want to make it any worse.

Woman: Have you considered being a single mother?

Sam: Look, I'm a salvage worker, ok? I haul up old boats and I sell them off for parts. I travel all over the place and not to the kind of places that you really want to take a kid.

Woman: Hmm. Have you considered adoption? There are wonderful people out there who aren't able to have families of their own.

Sam: What if the kid felt like I did when my mom split? I was really hurt. I'm sorry. I was alone, and I'm only a few weeks pregnant. You know, I just really want this over with as soon as possible.

Woman: Your feelings could change if you have time to think about it.

Sam: No, ma'am, my life is crazy, ok? I have been drinking and running around and -- I didnít know I was pregnant, and I do now. I just -- I really want to do the responsible thing.

Woman: That's why we're here -- to make the right choice. But we can't do that until we've gone over every option. There's a lot to think about.

[Mary giggles]

Mary: Say hello to the newest account clerk at General Hospital.

Nikolas: Oh, I knew they'd hire you.

[Mary giggles]

Nikolas: So I got you a little something to celebrate.

Mary: A present?

Nikolas: No, it's nothing, really. It's just --

Mary: Where is it from?

Nikolas: Well, I -- I borrowed the caretaker's truck and went into town.

Mary: Connor, what if somebody recognized you?

Nikolas: I -- I just went to the hardware store. I mean, I needed supplies.

Mary: No, but you should have waited.

Nikolas: No. I should have got you something, something better, but I knew that you didn't want me to take the risk, so --

[Wind chimes sound]

Nikolas: Huh? Huh?

Mary: It's beautiful.

Nikolas: And when it chimes, you can think about how much I care.

Mary: But I'd rather have you than any present. You just -- you have to be more careful.

Nikolas: Yeah --

Mary: The police could have spotted you in town and --

Nikolas: Listen -- listen to me. I don't want us to live in fear anymore, ok? Let's go take a walk through Pine Ridge. Come on, let's go.

Mary: But I thought you wanted to take a walk along the water.

Nikolas: I assumed that that's what I used to do, but I realized something today, Mary. I want to stop trying to fit into a life that I don't remember.

Mary: Ok. And you want to move on. That's -- that's good.

Nikolas: Yeah.

Mary: And we could -- we can start all over again without any expectations.

Nikolas: Yeah, yes, exactly. I mean, yeah. We'll be different together, but that can be great, too, you know? I want you -- I want you to be in love with who I am right now, not who I was before.

Mary: Then we could fall in love all over again.

Nikolas: Yeah.

Mary: Forever.

Nikolas: Ok. I'll go clean up. I'll be right back, ok? Then we can go.

Mary: Ok. Yeah, ok. Who's Lorenzo Alcazar?

Nikolas: Oh. He was just someone who was praying here earlier when I got back from town.

Mary: Well, this name -- it sounds familiar.

Nikolas: He didn't know me.

Mary: You talked to him?

Nikolas: Yeah, we had a conversation. I told him my name, and he didn't say anything.

Mary: Why would you do that? You know what will happen if somebody realizes who you are.

Nikolas: Mary -- Mary, it was a simple conversation, ok? Mr. Alcazar's a parishioner looking for answers, just like me, that's all.

Mary: Did you tell him about deserting the military?

Nikolas: No, no, of course not. He just -- he offered a completely different perspective on my memory loss, that's all.

Mary: Is that why you're acting like this?

Nikolas: Yeah -- he pointed out that as frustrating as it is to not have my memories that it could be a great thing, too. I mean, come on, I have no regrets, no guilt. My life's a clean slate. I can start over again with you.

Mary: You do seem happy.

Nikolas: I am. I am. Certainly a lot happier than your friend Emily. She's having a pretty tough time. I was glad you were able to talk with her today.

Mary: You saw us in town?

Nikolas: Yeah, in the park. I almost came over and said hi --

Mary: Emily can't know about you.

Nikolas: No, I know. I just -- I hate having to put you in a position to lie to her. I mean, how do you think she's going to feel when she realizes I'm not dead, Mary?

Mary: I hope she never does.

Nikolas: Mary, she's your friend.

Mary: Sometimes lies are more comforting than the truth.

Dillon: Is it safe to come out?

Georgie: I've officially declared this a drama-free zone.

Dillon: So she's not -- she's not here, right?

Georgie: Well, apparently, the process of creation drained Ashley to the point of exhaustion. She's at the hotel with her mother. How are you doing?

Dillon: Ok. My artistic integrity is still intact, albeit bruised. I can't believe you sucked up to her like that, Georgie.

Georgie: I wasn't sucking up to her, Dillon. I was manipulating her.

Dillon: Ok, but you let her think my idea was hers.

Georgie: She's the talent, Dillon. A big paycheck and the fame is obviously not enough for her. She wants us to feed her ego, too.

Dillon: Not enough tofu in California to accomplish that.

Georgie: Dillon, this is your dream. These are your first steps to being a big director. Ok, Ashley is horrible. She's terrible. She's awful. But if we adore her enough, at least your video will turn out the way that you want it.

Dillon: Maybe you're right.

Georgie: Uh -- "Maybe"? Ok, I convinced her to kill the cobras and space men.

Dillon: Ok, yeah, and then you let her steal my idea instead.

Georgie: Isn't it worth letting Ashley think she's a genius if it gets the job done?

Dillon: I guess that's true -- nobody will believe that she came up with that whole concept on her own.

Georgie: Exactly what I was thinking.

Dillon: You're better than a muse. You're a talent wrangler.

Georgie: Well, I love supporting your vision.

Dillon: Well, don't get too used to it. I mean, if Mac finds out, then he's going to -- he's probably going to send you to military school, you know?

Georgie: Well, I'd do anything for you.

Dillon: I know. I'm sorry. You know, I was such a jerk.

Georgie: It's ok. I'm already used to feeding your incredible ego.

Dillon: Oh, no. I --

[Georgie laughs]

Dillon: I think I -- I think I feel a crisis of faith coming on, and there's only one thing that'll fix that.

Georgie: What's that?

[Georgie giggles]

Michael: You know any knock-knock jokes?

Courtney: Not that I can remember.

Michael: Mommy always tries to tell me -- hey, Jason.

Jason: I could come back.

Courtney: No, that's ok. I should go, anyway.

Michael: I want both of you to stay. For a few more minutes, please?

Courtney: Uh -- ok. But no knock-knock jokes.

Michael: Ok. Jason doesn't know any, anyway.

Jason: What are you saying?

Courtney: Well, Michaelís got a point. You don't really like to tell jokes.

Jason: No, you know better. Carly should, too.

Michael: Mom's jokes are dumb, but that's ok. She just tries to make me laugh.

Courtney: Well, that's because she loves you.

Michael: She loves daddy, too. They're getting back together. We're all going to live back in the old house, and you guys could come over all the time, just like you used to.

Courtney: I'll come over whenever I can.

Michael: I want both of you to come. Mommy and daddy love each other, so why can't you?

Courtney: Um --

Carly: Gosh, you change so much every day, don't you? Getting so big; so big. We're going to go home, Morgan. You, me, and your big brother, Michael. And we're all going to live together with your daddy. I hope it's the right thing, because I just want to do what's best for our family. Ooh.

Sonny: Sam?

Singer: The fire within me grows; the fire is all I've ever known.

Sonny: Hey, Sam.

Singer: Deception takes its toll, break it down, heal us all or I stand here staring at the sound together we run ohh.  It's a long way to go from here and I know I can travel alone or we can go, my dear just as long as you don't take it slow don't slow down

Sam: Ma'am, I've decided to terminate the pregnancy as soon as possible, ok?

Woman: I'll see if the doctor's available to speak with you.

Sam: Thank you. Oh, God.

Singer: Together we run

Emily: Sam? You --

Sam: Hey.

Emily: Are you all right?

Sam: What are you doing here?

Emily: I volunteer a few times a week. What about you?

Singer: Just as long as you don't take it slow or we can go from here

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Tracy: I have an extraordinary announcement.

Jax: I know everything.

Courtney: You can't pretend like everything is fine when it isnít.

Lorenzo: Just go be with your children, be with your husband, if he isn't spending the night with his mistress.

Sonny: You're holding out on me?

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