General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 5/5/04
Provided by SuzanneProofread by Brian
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Courtney: How is he?
Jason: He's good. The doctors say that he can go home.
Courtney: Well, that's great.
Jason: You can go in and see him if you want.
Courtney: No, he needs his rest. Jason, um, if you have a minute, there's something we need to discuss. It's important.
Jason: Go ahead.
Courtney: A guard suddenly materialized outside my door last night and camped out. He followed me to work this morning, and then another guy followed me here.
Jason: You were almost shot. I put guards on you to keep you safe.
Courtney: I know, but that's not for you to do anymore. I'm out of your life, Jason. I don't need your protection.
Max: Welcome back, Mrs. C.
Carly: Yeah, thanks. I think. We'll see.
Carly: Hey, could you do me a favor? Could help Leticia out with the bags?
Max: Yeah, yeah.
Carly: Great. Thanks. Oh.
Max: I'll call Sonny; let him know you and the little guy are here.
Carly: Sonny's not here?
Max: He had something he had to take care of.
Carly: Right, my mistake. I thought nothing was more important to Sonny than being here when his wife and child got home.
Sonny: Sam? Sam, it's me.
Sonny: You all right?
Sam: Just a minute!
Sonny: What the hell's going on in there?
Dillon: So what do you think?
Ned: It's creative, and I actually really like the black-and-white film homage.
Dillon: Yeah? Ok.
Ned: But that's me, and I am not the market we're trying to reach.
Dillon: So what? Yeah, kids like old movies. I mean, look at me. Right?
Ned: Well, I think you're the exception to the rule. And then there's the whole believability factor. I mean, we're trying to market Ashley for what she is, which is a young teenager, and, you know, I just don't think she's going to pull off the old 1940s torch singer. I mean, she'll look like a little girl playing dress-up.
Dillon: Yeah, but, I mean, Ned, I mean, why did you sign her in the first place? You know how limited we're going to be. I mean, she can sing, all right? She can sing, but she's a spoiled brat, so --
Ned: Well, that may be true, but I also think she's promotable.
Dillon: So are potato chips. That doesn't make them art.
Ned: I appreciate your passion, but we can't afford right now to make art for art's sake. We need to turn a profit, quickly, or you and I will be back in the not-so-tender mercies of our family -- and if that doesn't make your hair stand even more on end, then L&B isn't the place for you after all.
Alexis: Do you mind?
Ric: Look -- look, it's -- it's not a bad ploy, just more than a little transparent.
Alexis: Do you have to see the bogeyman coming around every corner? This is not a ploy. I will have a backup babysitter here any second.
Ric: Yes, who will appear just late enough so that you're forced to bring your child into court, and then you're going to have to tell the judge that you need yet another postponement, which, of course, is going to give you more time to put together a case for a client that we both know is guilty.
Alexis: I don't need a postponement. You have no case.
Ric: My God, is that what you tell yourself?
Alexis: You know what, you obtained an improper warrant.
Kristina: Thank you.
Alexis: Yes, thank you, sweetheart. You obtained a warrant that was improperly obtained --
Ric: I'm sorry, Iím sorry --
Alexis: By information from Skye Quartermaine that --
Ric: I'm sorry, I don't mean to interrupt, but it appears that your daughter has drawn all over your jacket.
Kristina: Happy beach.
Alexis: Oh. Oh! Oh!
Ric: It's very pretty.
Alexis: Kristina --
Emily: Hi. Sorry.
Alexis: Oh, thank God.
Emily: I got here as fast as I could.
Alexis: Thank God you're here. Listen, I really appreciate you, no apologies.
Emily: Hi, Kristina.
Alexis: Take her. I've got to clean this off.
Emily: Hey, baby.
Alexis: Then Iíll explain.
Emily: Hi! Hi! Hi! Look at you! Gosh, it hasn't been that long since I've seen you, has it?
Emily: Hey, what are you looking at?
Ric: So you're the backup babysitter, huh?
Ric: Helping at a moment's notice.
Emily: I didn't mind. Yeah, I'll take any chance I have to spend with Kristina, huh?
Ric: She's a beauty, isn't she? Look at all that dark, curly hair.
Ric: My mother had curly hair like that.
Kristina: Mommy. Mommy.
Ric: So does Sonny.
Carly: Does it feel as strange to you to be here as it does to me? Hmm? I don't know, this penthouse -- it used to be home, but now I do not know. I used to think I knew what mattered in this world, and that was clothing and jewelry and a big, old penthouse with a view. All those things that I could just cut out of a magazine and tape onto my wall. And did I promise myself Iíd have them, too, one day. You know, people tried to warn me it wouldn't be enough, and people -- hmm -- they were right. Morgan, you need to know things don't matter; they don't. They don't fill you up inside; they don't. A penthouse with a view and all the money in the world that you can spend -- it's not a life, ok? It's not a life.
Sonny: You all right? Look at me, Sam.
Sonny: You -- you're as pale as you were yesterday when you fainted.
Sam: I was up all night working on a bid for a salvage operation, and when you knocked, I -- I think you startled me out of a really deep sleep. I'm actually really surprised to see you here, though. I mean, isn't Michael coming home from the hospital today, his big homecoming?
Sonny: Yeah, we're picking him up from the hospital soon. I was just double-checking on you.
Sam: I fainted because I forgot to eat.
Sam: Not a big deal.
Sonny: Ok. Well, actually, you know I don't love you living on this boat. It makes you vulnerable.
Sam: Sonny, Iíve lived alone on boats for years.
Sonny: Yeah, I know, but there are certain people now who know that we're together, and they wouldn't hesitate to hurt you to get to me. I know you don't like this, but why don't you -- I can get you an apartment, a house --
Sam: No, no, no, listen to me. Listen, I know that you are coming from a sincere place of wanting to take care of me, and that means so much to me -- you have no idea -- but you are a married man, and it's bad enough that we're seeing each other. If I start taking your money or letting you set me up, I'm exactly what everyone accused me of being.
Sonny: Well, that's not true.
Sam: I want to be with you, Sonny, but I'm not your whore. So please don't offer me money ever again, ok?
Sonny: Sometimes I don't know whether to admire you or run out of here because you frustrate the hell out of me.
Max: I thought you'd like to know Carly and Morgan are home.
Sonny: Ok. I got to go.
Sam: It's just as well. I have a full day ahead of me, and you are way too much of a distraction.
Sonny: Yeah. I'll call you, ok?
Sam: Ok. Go.
Jason: I want you safe no matter what our relationship is.
Courtney: I understand. I want the same for you, too, Jason. But, look, Iíve finally realized that your safety and your well-being is not mine to make happen. We're supposed to be moving on, Jason. We both agreed to that. Well, the first step is letting go. You -- you can't protect me anymore.
Jason: That's fine. It's just not that easy for me.
Courtney: I know. So you'll call off the guards?
Courtney: Thank you. Tell Michael that I'll see him when he gets home.
Jason: Courtney, wait a minute. You weren't able to tell me when you found out you were pregnant. If you had it to do all over again, you would tell me, right?
Courtney: Why -- why are you thinking about our baby now?
Dillon: I couldn't believe what I was hearing. You know, I thought -- I thought L&B used to be this, like, this boutique label with all these classy artists, and -- and, like, what happened?
Georgie: That was a long time ago, Dillon. The music business has changed.
Dillon: Yet another gleaming example of why I was born way too late.
Georgie: Ned is a businessman, Dillon. His first concern will always be the bottom line. But that doesn't mean that you and I can't do great work. Let's show Ned we can run with anything.
Dillon: Yeah, I guess. Yeah.
Ned: So, Ashley, I think you're a wonderful singer and a great dancer, which is why I want your first release to, you know, showcase what you do best.
Ashley: That's exactly what I was trying to explain to my so-called director.
Ned: Yes, well, I think our director is actually clear now on what our concept is. Right, director?
[Dillon snaps his fingers]
Ned: Listen, I've got to get to a meeting, but while Iím gone, I want the three of you to put your heads together and to come up with a scenario for the video, ok -- not a good one but a great one. I'm anxious to hear what you come up with.
Dillon: All right.
Ashley: I want to revisit my outer space idea.
Dillon: No, not a chance.
Ashley: Why not?
Dillon: No way. Because it's stupid, it's shallow, and it's borderline incomprehensible, little miss.
Ashley: How can you call yourself creative when you have no vision?
Dillon: Ok, you know what --
Ashley: Have you even directed a video before?
Dillon: Hey, hey, let me tell you something, ok? I took first place at Sundance Film Festival's student -- student division.
Alexis: Thank you so much for doing this. The nanny said that she would be back at about 11:30, I think.
Alexis: I hope that's ok. Is there anything else that you need?
Emily: No, no, that's fine. No, I've got everything, thank you.
Alexis: Thank you, Emily, for doing this at the last minute. I really appreciate it.
Emily: No, I'm just glad I was available. I happen to be a big fan of your daughter's.
Alexis: Me, too, and she's quite an artist, too.
Alexis: Bye, sweetheart. Be a good girl. Don't paint on anyone else, ok? Here.
Emily: Ok. Come on, sweetheart; let's get out of Mommy's way.
Alexis: Oh, I'll give this to you first.
Emily: All right.
Alexis: All right. Bye, sweetie. Be a big girl.
Emily: We will.
Alexis: All right, bye.
Alexis: You know, I would appreciate it if you wouldn't approach my daughter.
Skye: I was just saying hello.
Emily: Excuse me.
Skye: You know, the depth of your paranoia when it comes to that child is truly astonishing. You act like you stole Kristina and you're about to be busted at any moment.
Ric: Ladies, this is not a custody battle; it's a pretrial hearing. Alexis, Skye is a pivotal witness to me. I'm surprised that you would approach her.
Alexis: I wasn't speaking to her about the case.
Ric: Yeah, but you were speaking to her, and I must ask that you abide by the rules of professional conduct, at least in this case. Try to tamper with my witness again; Iíll have you thrown off.
Faith: Do you know that you're covered in crayon?
Alexis: Yes, I know that. I bought it this way.
Faith: What's with the sour puss? Is my case in trouble already?
Alexis: Absolutely not. I'm going to beat the pants off that arrogant, condescending Ric Lansing.
Ric: You seem a little edgy.
Skye: I'm fine.
Ric: Look, if you're having any misgivings about your testimony, I would appreciate --
Skye: You know what, whether Faith Rosco goes to prison right now is the least of my worries, ok?
Skye: Luke, hi. I was hoping you'd call. Have you heard anything about Laura? Luke, I -- wait, Iím losing you. I -- Luke? Oh, damn it!
Jason: You know what, just forget -- forget I asked, ok?
Courtney: Ok. Well, then Iíll ask instead. Jason, do you think that the night I lost our baby was the beginning of the end for us or was it when I found out I was pregnant and didn't tell you?
Jason: I mean, obviously, I didn't like you not telling me, but, I mean, I understand why you didn't. You know, at the time, you were trying to do the right thing. You knew that I needed to go after Carly and I would not have if I would've known you were pregnant. So sometimes the right thing isn't always there to choose. No matter what you choose, somebody's going to get hurt.
Courtney: You asked me if Iíd -- I'd tell you right away if I had the chance to do it over. My answer's yes. I mean, if there's one thing that I learned from the way I lost you, it's that if you get in a situation where any choice is going to hurt the person you love, the only thing left to do is to tell the truth.
Mike: Oh, hey now, come on. I think I'm offended. What's wrong? Kelly's coffee isn't good enough for you anymore?
Sam: You know this is my favorite place in the whole entire world.
Sam: Ok, slight exaggeration. I got to tell you, your coffee needs a little bit of work, but I'll make it up by ordering some breakfast.
Mike: Oh, the huevos rancheros are on special.
Sam: Ew. How about a soft-boiled egg and a melon instead?
Mike: Is everything all right with you?
Sam: If that's your tactful way of asking how I feel about Sonny getting back with Carly, I'm not happy about it, but I understand that Sonny's got to do what's best for Michael and Morgan.
Mike: Something for you to keep in mind -- Sonny grew up without a father, and there is no way he's going to let that happen to a child of his own.
Sonny: You settling in all right?
Carly: Morgan is down for his nap, Leticiaís unpacking Michaelís things, and I just got his coming-home bag ready.
Sonny: Oh, well, we should probably get going. You know, the kid's probably jumping out of his skin.
Sonny: I'm sorry I wasn't here when, you know, you arrived with Morgan, but there was --
Carly: Something you had to take care of? Yeah, I know; Max told me. Listen, Sonny, let's get something clear just right upfront, ok -- you do not have to explain your actions to me. We agreed to parent together, but every other aspect of our lives -- it's separate.
Georgie: Ok, so we start in a typical young girl's bedroom. You'd be wearing, I don't know, jeans and a funky t-shirt, and then you're -- ok, you're dancing in front of your mirror, you know, throwing your best moves down, then -- bam! -- You jump through the mirror; you're changed into this amazing outfit into a stadium full of people with backup singers and dancers.
Ashley: I love it! You must be a film student, too.
Georgie: Well --
Dillon: Georgie was top of her screenwriting class at U.S.C. Isn't that right?
Ashley: Wow! Did you just, like, adore college?
Georgie: No, no, no, that's --
Mac: Here -- see? I told you she would be here.
Felicia: I'm disappointed to see that you're right.
Georgie: No, Mom, Dad, I can explain what's going on.
Mac: That's enough! You're grounded, Georgie.
Felicia: For at least a month.
Ashley: She's a college grad. How can you ground her?
Mac: Who are you and where did you get the impression that my daughter graduated from college?
Dillon: Um -- I think I can clear this up.
Mike: I don't know how much Sonny has told you about our family history.
Sam: Well, I know that you walked out on him when he was a child, and I know his mother -- Adela, right?
Sam: She remarried to an abuser who beat her and Sonny.
Mike: And when I found out, I was furious -- mostly self-directed, but it took me quite a while to admit to that. So I had to look for someplace to put that anger, and the obvious choice was Adela. I mean, what was she thinking letting Deke stay in the same house with her and her son, and, when things really got bad, why didn't she leave him? But I couldn't blame her. Adela wasn't equipped for a lot of things.
Sam: What do you mean by that, if you don't mind my asking?
Mike: Adela was wonderful. She was compassionate, loving, and, oh, she adored Sonny. But she was weak. She relied on the men in her life to tell her what to do, and she obeyed without question. She just wasn't strong enough at the core to be a single mother. You know, life is so funny. Some of the people you think would make the best parents turn out to be the worst, and vice versa. I mean, look at Carly. She's loud and brassy and she's selfish as the day is long, but she loves her sons fiercely and she would go to the death fighting for them.
Sam: I believe that.
Mike: I really feel bad about what you're going through, but I always knew that Sonny would go back to Carly, even if only because she's the mother of his children.
Carly: Jason, why aren't you with Michael?
Jason: The doctor's in examining him.
Sonny: Something's wrong?
Jason: No, no, everything's -- everything's cool. You know, Michaelís ready to run out of here on his own.
Sonny: I'm going to talk to Jason for a second. I'll see you in a little bit. Hey. I was -- I was with Sam earlier. Something's going on. She seems a little fragile. Can you go by the Lazarus --?
Sonny: Figure out what the hell's going on?
Jason: Yeah, but I know what's bothering Sam.
Sonny: I can't really talk about this right now because --
Jason: Sonny --
Sonny: Listen to me. Carly's over there and the kids, the whole thing. I can't really do that right now. Just make sure she's ok.
Emily: Jason? Is everything ok?
Jason: Sonny still doesn't know that Samís pregnant.
Michael: Mom, I'm not a baby. I can dress myself.
Carly: I know you're not a baby, but you're my baby and you always will be. Anyway, you're just recovering from surgery and you need to take it easy.
Michael: Where's Daddy? Isn't he supposed to take us home together?
Carly: Mm-hmm, and he ran into Jason. He has to talk to him. He's going to be here any second.
Carly: Oh, and there he is.
Sonny: Ok. Hey, hey.
Carly: Hey, hey, hey.
Michael: Hi. You didn't change your mind, did you? We're still going to live together, right?
Sonny: Of course we are. We're -- we're a family, right?
Emily: Maybe Sonny doesn't need to know Sam is pregnant. Why shouldn't she be a single mother if she wants, Jase? I mean, I just took care of Kristina for Alexis, who's determined to raise her child alone. I'm not saying the situation is ideal, but Kristina seems to be a very happy --
Jason: Emily --
Emily: Well-adjusted little girl.
Jason: Emily, if Ned doesn't care that Alexis keeps his daughter away from him, then that's his problem and his business, but I know that Sonny would never make that choice. And as his friend, I owe it to him to tell Sonny that Sam is pregnant with his baby.
Dillon: Look, I realize how this looks. I mean, you guys probably think this is personal, right, that Georgie and me ran away to be together, but that's not the case. This is -- this is work.
Felicia and Mac: Work?
Dillon: Yeah, you know, Ned hired me to direct a video project for L&B.
Felicia: Well, what does Georgie have to do with it?
Dillon: She's my creative consultant, and this is our artist, Ashley G.
Ashley: Ashley B., moron.
Dillon: Ashley B.
Mac: Well, Ashley B., if Ned is foolish enough to entrust your career to his teenage brother, that's between you and him, but Georgie will definitely not be participating.
Ashley: Wait a minute, teenage? Dillon told me he was a film student and won first prize at Sundance.
Mac: He was lying. You see, that's what Dillon does. He's not a director or a film student. No, he is a dishonest, manipulative, spoiled brat who needs to learn how to stay away from my daughter.
Georgie: Why won't you listen to him? He's telling the truth.
Felicia: Georgie, you and I need to go home. Let's go.
Georgie: God, of all people, I thought you would understand this.
Felicia: Let's go.
Mac: For the last time, Dillon, you stay away from Georgie or I will find grounds to arrest you, hmm?
Ashley: So, you're nothing but a big liar.
Dillon: Uh-- yeah, you know, you can't-- you can't really trust what that guy says. He doesn't like me very much.
Ashley: Yeah, I got that. Now, get this -- I'm suing Ned Ashton and L&B for fraud.
Ashley: As in trying to pass you off as a director. Tell Ned he'll be hearing from my lawyers.
Ric: All right, Alexis, what's this all about? Why do you feel the need to pull me out of a pretrial hearing for a private conference?
Alexis: I'm giving you one last chance to recuse yourself before I humiliate you in the courtroom.
Ric: Really? And how do you plan on accomplishing that?
Alexis: You slept with the woman that you're prosecuting. That is a clear conflict of interest.
Ric: Ok, yeah. Well, you know what, I thought about that, and that's why I went to the judge before the pretrial hearing and I explained to her that I had had a brief affair with Faith. I also reassured her that there are no residual feelings on either side, and she agreed that my ability to prosecute this case had not been compromised. However, you can get Faith up on the stand and bombard her with questions about our involvement together, but then I think you run the risk of giving a somewhat unprofessional view of how you feel about my sex life.
Alexis: You conceited ass.
Ric: The point is if you're going to bring up the issue, then you're going to beg the question. This could be a hell of a lot more embarrassing for you than for me.
Max: Welcome back, Michael.
Michael: Thanks, Max. This time, we're staying. Put me down, Dad. I'm not too sick to walk.
Sonny: Hey, whatever you say, boss.
Michael: This is real, isn't it? We're all going to be together again?
Carly: Like your daddy said, we're a family and -- and we're home. Oh, oh, oh.
Ned: Why am I getting a sinking feeling?
Dillon: Uh, it's a long story. I will explain it to you, and then you can fire me.
Dillon: Mac -- Mac hates me, and he doesn't want me to be around Georgie and he said that Georgie and I couldn't be together, so we lied. We said that she was writing a term paper. Actually, she was writing a term paper, so that was a -- that was a half-lie. But the Ashley girl, she started acting up and being all bratty, and so I lied again, and this time it was a big lie, it was a whopper. I said that I won Sundance and Georgieís a professional screenwriter. So Mac and Felicia walk in, and then they whisked Georgie away, but not before telling Ashley that I'm just an amateur and I'm a total liar and I am nowhere near being a real director, and so Ashley storms out then and threatens to sue you for fraud.
Ned: Hmm, and all that happened while I was away? Hmm. Ok, so if I can get Ashley to drop this lawsuit and stay with L&B, you still want to direct this video?
Dillon: You'd really have me after what I just told you?
Ned: Of course. It's a glitch, a glitch, a glitch in the plan. It happens. What's important is I like you. You're a terrible liar, but I believe in you. You're smart, intuitive --
Dillon: Yeah, Ned, thank you. I --
Ned: And I'm not completely altruistic, because I plan on making a great deal of money off your talent. So Iíll smooth things over with Ashley, and we'll just pick up where we left off -- if you're interested.
Dillon: Uh, yeah. Are you kidding?
Ned: Now, it's obvious that you're not too fond of our new talent.
Dillon: No, no, that's ok, that's ok. It doesn't matter. Ashley is a means to an end. You can count on me.
Dillon: Uh, we did actually manage to get some work done, though. Georgie came up with this really cool concept for the video. What am I thinking? You know, Georgieís the -- she's the only one with the talent. She's the brains behind this whole video. I can't do it without her. I canít.
Ned: Well, then, you'd better find a way to get her back on the project.
Dillon: How am I supposed to do that? Mac thinks Iím evil.
Ned: Well, then you'd better prove him wrong. Instead of sneaking around, you need to get your butt over there, you need to stand up to Mac, and you need to get his permission to see his daughter.
Georgie: How can you be so totally unfair? Dillon's dream is to be a director, and you undercut him in front of his star!
Mac: He obviously lied about his qualifications -- not that it surprises me.
Felicia: No, what is surprising is that you went along with it. You allowed Dillon to claim that you were a film student, too.
Mac: Proving -- proving that he is a bad influence. Georgie, Felicia and I have discussed this, and we both agree -- if you're caught with Dillon one more time, we're sending you to boarding school.
Sam: Thank you.
Jason: What the hell is wrong with you?
Sam: Excuse me?
Jason: Are you trying to lose Sonny's baby?
Michael: I'm in trouble now that Iím not sick anymore.
Sonny: What do you think?
Michael: I know it was wrong to pretend to be kidnapped.
Sonny: Mm-hmm. Yeah, it was. So now you're going to have to deal with the consequences. Um -- I'd say, oh, no TV, no video games for two months.
Michael: Two months? That's, like, forever!
Sonny: Yeah, and you're not leaving this house without a guard.
Michael: Am I supposed to say Iím sorry?
Sonny: Are you?
Michael: I'm sorry that I hurt myself and scared everyone, but I'm not sorry that you and Mommy are back together.
Carly: All right, Michael, he's sleeping, but I know you wanted to see him, so --
Michael: Hey, Morgan. Well, I did it. I'm in trouble just like I figured, but it's ok. We're a family again, just like I said we would be.
Georgie: I don't want any tea.
Felicia: Humor me. The herb tea will calm you down.
Georgie: Ok, how am I supposed to do that when my life is ruined and it's all because of my parents?
Felicia: You're not helping your case by being hysterical. And just arguing with Mac is going to convince him even more that you are not mature enough to make your own decisions.
Georgie: I have made so many more just better decisions than Maxie has ever made.
Felicia: That's why Macís being so overprotective, Georgie. He doesn't want to see you hurt the way Maxie was.
Georgie: So you --
Felicia: She was devastated.
Georgie: So you agree with me that he is being completely unfair, right?
Felicia: Truthfully? I agree with Mac.
Felicia: Honey, I have never known you to lie and to sneak around the way you have. Obviously, Dillonís had an effect on you, and it's not a good one. The last thing we want to do is send you to boarding school, but if the alternative is to stand around and watch you make these bad choices, we have to take some drastic measures, Georgie.
Georgie: You guys just don't understand Dillon. I mean, he is not this -- this terrible person that you and Mac are convinced that he is. He is smart, funny, intelligent and, Mom, he loves me, truly.
Felicia: He's not acting like it. I need you to be truthful. I need you to just show me that you're trustworthy like the girl that I know that you are. Abide by Macís and my decision. Stay away from Dillon.
Dillon: Ok, uh -- "Commissioner Scorpio, I come with you -- I come to you with respect to discuss my relation-- to honestly and openly discuss my relationship with your daughter" that's good. Ok. "I come to you with respect, honesty." Mr. Scorpio, I come to you with respect --
Mac: If you're here to ask for permission to marry Georgie, the answer is no.
Faith: So much for getting the charges against me tossed, O genius of the courtroom.
Alexis: You seem to be forgetting that you're guilty as sin, so if you're looking for a quick fix, then my advice is that you leave the country. If not, prepare for battle.
Faith: Really, bottom line -- can you win against Ric?
Alexis: In my sleep. That insufferable snake needs to be cut down to size, and I'm looking forward to doing it.
Ric: All right, you did very well in there. Just do that at the trial and we'll get a conviction.
Skye: Yeah, yeah, the truth, the whole truth -- all that, yeah.
Ric: What about Luke?
Skye: What about him?
Ric: Well, Alexis is liable to call him as a witness. Should I be worried?
Skye: I don't know what Luke might say. I don't even know if he's going to show up. His wife, Laura, disappeared from the mental institution where she was being treated.
Carly: What a mess.
Sonny: But it's -- it's a good mess.
Carly: So how'd it go with Michael?
Sonny: Well, you know, I explained to him the two-month punishment and the guard and the whole thing. He seemed to think it was well worth it.
Carly: Ok, that scares me sometimes, really it does, how single-minded he is about things.
Sonny: Yeah. Well, it's obvious where he gets it.
Carly: From you.
Sonny: No, I was actually thinking you.
Carly: No. Come on, Sonny, Michael -- oh, he is the prime example for nurture versus nature. Right? He may not be your biological child, but he acts exactly like you. He wants what he wants, to hell with the rest.
Sonny: Well, I think he's more like you, you know, coming up with all these plans, it doesn't matter what the danger is, you know? I wanted to be furious at him, but I'm proud of him because he's fighting for the most important thing in the world, which is his family, and he didn't give up.
Carly: No, he didnít.
Sonny: Thanks for coming home.
Jason: All right, pack whatever you think you're going to need.
Sam: What the hell is wrong with you?
Jason: You're moving off this boat, Sam!
Sam: Why are you overreacting? I was out scouting a job.
Jason: Did you even think about the chance that you were taking with the baby?
Sam: It is not a threat to my pregnancy if I cruise around the harbor in a launch!
Jason: Yeah, well, what if the boat overturned? What if the water was too cold?
Sam: What are the chances of that?
Jason: Are you willing to take those odds? Courtney did and she lost our baby! I'm not going to let that happen again. And since you can't be trusted to take care of that baby, I am going to have to tell Sonny you're pregnant.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Lucky: What do you mean?
Emily: I need a date.
Jax: You think this is all about E.L.Q.?
Edward: If we team up, we could take that Aussie for everything he's got.
Sonny: My children come first.
Carly: You sure about canceling on Sam?
Sam: This has nothing to do with you, Jason. Stay out of it.
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