GH Transcript Thursday 5/6/04

General Hospital Transcript Thursday 5/6/04

Provided by Suzanne

Proofread by Brian

Dillon: Commissioner Scorpio, I come to you with respect to --

Mac: If you're here to ask permission to marry Georgie, the answer is no.

Dillon: No, I don't want to marry Georgie.

Mac: But then what do you want, Dillon?

Dillon: We're in love with each other, ok?

Mac: Raging hormones.

Dillon: No, no, no, no disrespect, but that's not the case; that's not the case.

Mac: We're finished here.

Dillon: Ok, I think maybe you should hear me out, because you're in danger of losing your daughter.

Sam: This is my baby, not yours. I am not moving out, I am not changing jobs, and I'll decide when or if I tell Sonny anything.

Jason: Sonny needs to know.

Sam: Who put you in charge of Sonny's life, or mine, for that matter? This has nothing to do with you, Jason. Stay out of it.

Sonny: Michael was fighting for the most important thing in the world, his family, and he didn't give up.

Carly: No, he didnít.

Sonny: Thanks for coming home. I know it takes a lot, you know, packing up the kids, moving back in, especially with the way things are between us. But I appreciate it, and I'm grateful.

Carly: Thanks for saying that.

Tracy: Darling. You got my message.

Jax: You cannot be serious about this engagement party.

Tracy: Yes, I was serious. In fact, Iím as serious as a lethal injection.

Jax: Tracy, why do you want to marry me? I don't even like to look at you.

Tracy: Would you rather look at my snapshots of Skye in the freezer with the dead guy? No. I thought not. You know what? I don't think you understand that I am an acquired taste, like caviar and martinis, and with your sophisticated palate, you're going to crave me in no time.

Jax: Not a chance.

Edward: Well, there he is, the groom himself here to meet the family he's known for years. And what do I call you once you've ruined your life? Jax? The thief from down under? Son?

Mac: You're giving me advice on how to be a parent?

Dillon: No, I think you're an excellent parent.

Mac: And you have no respect for the truth, Dillon, let alone my little girl.

Dillon: I do respect your little girl. I'm in love with her.

Mac: Then leave her alone.

Dillon: I can't do that.

Georgie: Dad?

Felicia: Mac?

Mac: You've encouraged her to lie to her parents.

Georgie: Oh, excuse me, dad.

Dillon: It's not like that.

Mac: You're pressuring her to have sex.

Dillon: I don't think it's pressure. I think it's more of a mutual agreement.

Georgie: No, dad, you're squishing his face.

Mac: Good, good.

Felicia: You can open the door just a little bit.

Mac: What good would that do, Felicia?

Georgie: Can we please discuss this like rational human beings?

Mac: We're not discussing anything, Georgie.

Maxie: Hey, hey, hey, what is going on?

Georgie: He's trying to ruin my life.

Dillon: I think if you'd just give me one second to explain, I could probably do it justice --

Mac: You mean lie.

Georgie: Dad, Iíve made some mistakes, but it's nothing like what you think.

Dillon: Yeah, but we're in love with each other. That's the point.

Mac: You are a lying rich kid, and you wouldn't know love if it hit you on --

Felicia: Hey, wait a minute! I am still the mother here, and I have something to say.

Mary: Hey. Oh, wow. This place is great.

Nikolas: Yeah, it's almost finished.

Mary: The priest is going to be thrilled.

Nikolas: Maybe he'll give me a good recommendation on my next job.

Mary: We can live on what I make at General Hospital, you know.

Nikolas: Mary, we've had this discussion already. I'm not just going to sit back and allow you to support me.

Mary: Ok, I just mean it's no rush, that's all.

Nikolas: What was I good at before, anyway, before I joined the marines? Hmm? Brain surgery? Space travel? Landscaping? Tend bar? Walk the dogs? What?

Mary: You were brilliant at making me happy.

Nikolas: Thanks. I was lousy at everything else, huh?

Mary: No, no, I didn't say that.

Nikolas: Did I even graduate high school?

Mary: Yes.

Nikolas: Yes, but?

Mary: You had to take summer school after you graduated.

Nikolas: Why?

Mary: You flunked Spanish twice, but it's not a big deal. A lot of people have problems with foreign languages.

Nikolas: Ok, well, what about the other subjects?

Mary: School wasn't really your thing.

Nikolas: Ok, so joining the marines wasn't my choice. It was my only option.

Carly: I've figured out what went wrong with our marriage.

Sonny: Pretty much everything.

Carly: We expected way too much, Sonny.

Sonny: Yeah.

Carly: We expected this great marriage of kids and passion and great food, brandy in bed, dancing at no name. I don't know, that's not how a marriage works, though. Sonny, marriage, it's day to day. It's that stuff. It's that meat and potatoes and spinach.

Sonny: You hate spinach.

Carly: Oh, well, I like it in that dip, that artichoke dip that you make, and I like it a lot.

Sonny: I'll go make you some, then.

Carly: Sonny, you don't have to make me any food; not anymore. You know, a long time ago you dragged me into this house because I was the mother of your child, and we just should have stuck to that then, and now we can. Right? I mean, our marriage now is just about our children, and we are going to do for them whatever we can to keep them secure and safe no matter what it costs.

Michael: Can we go to the park together, practice on being together?

Sam: Isn't it your job to protect Sonny and his family, to shield them from any trouble?

Jason: Yes, it is.

Sam: Then why tell them about this baby? Sonny's going to be torn in two, Carly will be furious, and the family will fall apart.

Jason: No, keeping it a secret's much worse, Sam.

Sam: Maybe, Jason, but it's my secret to keep.

Jason: It isn't fair not to tell Sonny.

Sam: Says who? And why are you playing God here? Because you have no idea what it's like for me --

Jason: I know exactly what it's like! Courtney didn't even tell me she was pregnant. I found out when the baby was gone.

Nikolas: Hey, you're back.

Lorenzo: It's peaceful here.

Nikolas: Well, maybe it's just paint fumes.

Lorenzo: Possibly.

Nikolas: Yeah.

Lorenzo: Have you recovered any more of your memory yet? Connor -- that's your name, isn't it?

Nikolas: Yes, yes, Connor Bishop, Lorenzo Alcazar. Short-term memory's fine, but pretty much -- pretty much everything before mid-March of this year's still a blank.

Lorenzo: Well, then here we are -- you pray to remember and I pray to forget.

Nikolas: Yeah, be careful what you pray for.

Lorenzo: That may be right. To me, erasing the past would be a miracle, but to you it must be terrifying. I'd like to help. Have you given any more thought to working for me?

[Phone rings]

Lorenzo: Oh, excuse me a second.

Nikolas: Yeah, sure, no problem.

Lorenzo: Si. Cual es el problema? Por cuanto tiempo es el retraso? Todo eso habia sido arreglado. De niguagna manera considerare una renegociacion.  Tu familia no te ensena buenas maneras.  Se de mal gusto escuchar las conversaciones privadas de Los de mas.

Nikolas: No lo siento. No fue mi intencion escuchar tu conversacion.

Lorenzo: Hmm.

Nikolas: Yo no hablo espanol muy bien.

Lorenzo: Who told you you don't speak Spanish very well?

Nikolas: My wife.

Man: Emily?

Emily: Hi. Is -- is that Sam McCallís prescription?

Man: She said to give this to you.

Emily: Ok, I'll take care of it. Thank you. Mary?

Mary: Hey. I got called in again.

Emily: Oh, gosh. Audrey must like your work.

Mary: Oh, it's because Iím always available, the solitary life and all that.

Emily: Gee, maybe Iím lucky to have my family in town after all.

Mary: Oh, you are, believe me.

Emily: Yeah, then again, you haven't met my family. Would you like to?

Mary: Meet your family?

Emily: We're having an engagement party tonight, which will be completely weird, but --

Mary: What's so weird about an engagement party?

Emily: You kind of have to be there to understand, but you want to risk it?

Mary: Well, I don't want to intrude.

Emily: No, listen Mary, you'll be doing me a favor. My family's always on their best behavior whenever a stranger's around, so --

Mary: Are you sure?

Emily: Well, not always, but, yeah, most of the time, they're --

Mary: No. I mean, about me going to the party?

Emily: Listen, after meeting the Quartermaines, you'll have a whole new appreciation for the solitary life.

Mary: Then Iíd love to, thank you.

Emily: Thank you, Mary. You have no idea how much I appreciate this.

Mary: Oh, it can't be all that bad.

Emily: Just wait and see.

Edward: Oh, you must have a death wish wanting to marry Tracy, unless you're desperate for E.L.Q.

Jax: And you think this is all about E.L.Q.?

Edward: What else could it be? Who could love Tracy?

Tracy: Oh, thank you, daddy.

Jax: Well, you seem to have it all figured out, Edward.

Edward: Well, actually, I kind of like the idea now that Iíve gotten over the shock. My own children were brutal disappointments to me. I think the Quartermaines can use some fresh blood.

Tracy: Well, that's very sweet, but he's all mine.

Jax: Well, not quite yet, darling. If you'll excuse me now.

Tracy: Darling, the party's at 8:00.

Jax: You bet.

Edward: You know, he can't even commit to a party. What makes you think he's going to marry you?

Tracy: He'll marry me.

Edward: If we team up, we can take that Aussie for everything he's got.

Tracy: What do you mean, "We"?

Edward: Doesn't family always come first?

Courtney: Ok. How do I look?

Jen: Oh, perfect. It's Jennifer Aniston meets Charlize Theron.

Courtney: Ok, now I'm really nervous.

Jen: Why? Courtney, you've got brains, beauty, compassion, a ton of serious money, a social conscience, and a pair of fabulous shoes.

Courtney: This meeting is important.

Jen: I know. The reporter's going to love this story, ok? Courtney, you're setting up a foundation to help underprivileged kids.

Courtney: Yeah, well, in order for the foundation to have longevity, I am going to need some major donations and a strong public image.

Jen: Mm-hmm. Well, this will be your first shot at public relations, ok? Just make sure your message is clear.

Courtney: Ok -- at-risk children, get them young, major donations. Got it.

Jen: Ok.

[Knock on door]

Woman: Ms. Morgan?

Jen: Are you ready?

Courtney: Yeah. Wish me luck.

Jen: You'll be great. You'll be great.

Courtney: Ok. Ahem. Hi.

Woman: Hi.

Courtney: Courtney Morgan. It's wonderful to meet you.

Woman: Katie Griffith, "Port Charles Herald."

Courtney: Ok -- come on in.

Katie: Thank you.

Courtney: My attorney, Jen McNeill.

Katie: Oh.

Jen: Hi.

Katie: A pleasure to meet you.

Jen: You, as well. Do you mind if I stay?

Katie: It's no problem at all.

Jen: Ok.

Courtney: Can I get you some coffee?

Katie: Sure.

Courtney: Ok. Thank you for your interest in the foundation.

Katie: It's for the benefit of abused and underprivileged children, correct?

Courtney: Yeah, that's right. I want to help these kids, give them better options for a better life -- you know, education, counseling. Give them something to believe in.

Katie: Well, let's get started.

Courtney: Ok, great. Ask away.

Katie: Does your experience as a stripper heighten your sensitivity to children at risk?

Courtney: Excuse me?

Katie: Isn't it true that your so-called foundation is really a money laundry for the mob?

Courtney: No, that has nothing to do with it.

Katie: Oh, come on, Ms. Morgan. You survived a shootout in this very office only yesterday. You're entrenched in the mob.

Courtney: I was an innocent bystander, and you have --

Katie: Whose idea was it to use children at risk as a cover, hmm? Was it your brother, the crime lord? Or your husband, his enforcer?

Jason: Courtney tried to tell me about the baby, but, you know, something always got in the way, and I didn't pay enough attention to her. If I had --

Sam: It might not have made a difference.

Jason: I would have made sure that Courtney stayed safe. She wouldn't have ended up in that freezing water. And maybe I could have saved my baby's life.

Sam: Do you blame Courtney?

Jason: No. But if I had known, you know, that baby would be here right now. My baby needed me, and your child needs Sonny.

Sonny: I really don't think that today's a good time to try out that new boat.

Michael: I want to make sure the remote control works.

Carly: Hey, you just got home from the hospital.

Michael: It's been a long time since we did anything together.

Carly: Well, ok. Maybe if you rest a little longer, Max and I can take you to the park.

Michael: What about daddy?

Carly: Well, daddy's got a meeting.

Sonny: I'll cancel.

Carly: Are you sure?

Sonny: Yeah, yeah, Michaelís right. You know, it's been a long time since we've done anything as a family, right?

Michael: Yes!

Sonny: Yes, yes, yes!

Carly: Ok, you need to go upstairs and rest a little longer, ok? Go up. We'll call you when we're ready. Are you sure about canceling on Sam?

Sonny: My children come first.

Lorenzo: Why would your wife say you can't speak Spanish?

Nikolas: I don't know, but she said I failed it in high school twice.

Lorenzo: Your Spanish is excellent, and your accent -- you definitely didn't learn Spanish in the street or in some high school classroom somewhere. Could your wife be mistaken?

Nikolas: I doubt it. She knows the details of my life better than anyone.

Lorenzo: Hmm. Look, I do a lot of business in South America. I need a courier. You think you'd be interested?

Nikolas: Well, what would I carry?

Lorenzo: Nothing illegal or dangerous, just documents, work orders, contracts, that sort of thing.

Nikolas: El trabajo parece demasiado bueno para ser de verdad.

Lorenzo: Yo pago bien.  Ademas me imagino que te disfutarias viajar.

Nikolas: Si, seguramente me encantaria. Vivir en el campo tiene --

Mary: Connor?

Nikolas: Hi. Well, it turns out that I speak Spanish after all.

Lorenzo: With perfect fluency.

Nikolas: I'd like you to meet my wife. Mary Bishop.  This is Lorenzo Alcazar.

Lorenzo: Nice to meet you, Mrs. Bishop.

Mary: Nice to meet you, too.

Emily: How could Laura just disappear?

Lucky: You know what? I don't know, but just -- it just doesn't make sense.

Emily: Isn't her London hospital supposed to be famous for security?

Lucky: Yeah, well, she just hasn't made any progress at all, and Nikolas, he moved her to Montrťal a few months ago.

Emily: Is -- is she still unresponsive?

Lucky: Yeah, last time I saw her, and now she's just out there somewhere.

Emily: Hey, listen, you know, I know this is the worst possible time, but would you do me a favor?

Lucky: Sure. What do you need?

Emily: I need a date to a very weird engagement party. Get this -- Tracy and Jax.

Lucky: They're going through with it?

Emily: Yeah, I could really use some moral support tonight.

Lucky: You know, you're pretty amazing. You know that?

Emily: Why? Because I asked you to a very strange party?

Lucky: No -- because you're trying to make me feel useful by letting me take care of you.

Emily: You're the best friend I have left. We're just pulling each other through, that's all.

Lucky: You can count me in.

Emily: Ok.

Felicia: Leaving my daughters this past year was the hardest thing I ever did. My intentions were good, but I hurt everybody in the room, and I want to make it right, but that doesn't mean Iím going to allow my daughters to run amok.

Georgie: I love Dillon.

Dillon: I love Georgie.

Mac: You've made some bad decisions.

Maxie: Yeah, but compared to the stuff that I've done -- come on, dad.

Felicia: Mac and I need to be able to trust both you girls.

Mac: And trust has to be earned.

Georgie: Well, can you guys at least give us a chance to earn it?

Mac: Home by curfew, no exceptions, and a complete itinerary every time you step out that door.

Felicia: Mm-hmm, we need to know where you are at every hour.

Dillon: Is this, like 24/7?

Mac: You have a problem with this?

Dillon: No, no, no, no, not at all, no. I think, you know, most of the time my mom doesn't even know where I live, so --

Georgie: Don't remind them.

Dillon: Ok, sorry.

Felicia: This level of supervision is going to take some getting used to.

Georgie: Dillon's worth it.

Dillon: So is Georgie.

Maxie: Aren't they cute?

Felicia: So, do we have an agreement, then?

Georgie and Dillon: Yes.

Mac: We'll give it two weeks, then re-evaluate.

Felicia: Sounds good.

Dillon: Cool. Ok, ok. So may Georgie come to the studio tonight?

Mac: No. I want Georgie home for dinner tonight.

Felicia: But you're welcome to stay.

Dillon: Seriously?

Felicia: It's just chili from Kellyís.

Dillon: Um -- thank you. I'm -- Iím, like -- I'm honored.

Jason: I know Iím pushing you, and maybe Iím out of line, but Sonny has to know that you're pregnant, and if you can't make yourself tell him, Iím going to.

Sam: No, no, wait, Jason, please. Don't tell him right now. Let me do it, please.

[Phone rings]

Sonny: Hi.

Sam: Hey, Sonny. How's Michael?

Sonny: Oh, he's doing better. How are you doing?

Sam: I told you, I'm fine. Will you be by today?

Sonny: No. Actually, something came up.

Sam: Ok, no problem.

Sonny: Yeah. I'll call you -- I'll call you later, though.

Sam: Tomorrow. Whenever. I mean, I know -- I know you have a lot going on, so I understand. Enjoy your kids.

Sonny: Yeah. All right, bye.

Carly: How'd it go with Sam?

Jason: Why didn't you tell him?

Sam: On the phone, Jason? I'm sure Carly was standing right there.

Jason: Come on, Sam, you're stalling.

Sam: I am not stalling. I am just -- I don't want to blurt it out. I want to wait for the perfect time.

Jason: There's not going to be a perfect time.

Sam: Will you just let me deal with this, please?

Jason: You tell Sonny tonight or I will.

Lorenzo: You still have my phone number?

Nikolas: Yes. I saved the card. I just need to work out a few details, and then I'll call you, but thanks for the opportunity.

Lorenzo: Glad to be of assistance.

Nikolas: Thanks.

Mary: I wonder where you learned how to speak Spanish.

Nikolas: I have no idea, but it just got me a job offer.

Mary: Well, doing what?

Nikolas: Working as a courier to South America.

Mary: Because you speak Spanish?

Nikolas: All right, now, are you sure that I flunked Spanish twice in high school? I mean, it feels like I've always known the language.

Mary: Maybe you learned it in the Marines.

Nikolas: Why would I need to speak Spanish in Iraq?

Mary: Well, you could have been shipped out to Guantanamo Bay and you were going to surprise me.

Nikolas: I suppose it's possible, but, I mean --

Mary: Well, it could be the head injury. I've heard these things happen all the time -- people waking up from a coma and speaking with a German accent or sounding like the Queen of England.

Nikolas: Yeah, I would like to see a specialist about my head injury.

Mary: We can't afford a specialist, Connor. My health insurance won't kick in for at least several months.

Nikolas: Maybe I can just pay cash for it with the money that Iíd earned working for Mr. Alcazar.

Mary: You can't go to South America. You'll be arrested before you even leave the country.

Nikolas: Yeah, yeah, you're probably right. I didn't expect you to be back here so soon.

Mary: Oh, the person I was filling in for finally came back, and there was nothing to do over there.

Nikolas: Well, I need to finish this.

Mary: You want me to help? Oh, I was supposed to have dinner with Emily, but I could cancel.

Nikolas: No. Just because I have to live like a hermit doesn't mean you do.

Georgie: The forks go on the left.

Dillon: Right. Ok. Forks on the left.

Georgie: Right. Under the napkin.

Dillon: That makes sense.

Georgie: Have you ever, ever set a table?

Dillon: No, not once, ever.

Georgie: Well, I'm really glad you stayed then, really.

Dillon: Thank you. I'm actually -- I'm supposed to be at my mom's engagement party right now, but --

Georgie: Is she really planning on marrying Jax?

Dillon: Yes, she's probably blackmailing him.

Georgie: Well, you know she's going to be furious if you don't go.

Dillon: I know. I'll show up. It's just first things first.

Mac: I know, all right.

Felicia: So burn yourself.

Mac: Dinner is served.

[All talk at once]

Dillon: All right.

Maxie: Cheese for you.

Georgie: Well, thank you.

Dillon: It smells great.

Maxie: Yeah, it does.

Felicia: Well, thanks for joining our family for dinner tonight. Would you say grace?

Dillon: Grace? Ok. Um -- well, I'm sorry. Do people really do that?

Courtney: The reporter didn't even pretend to keep an open mind. She thinks Iím using the foundation as a front for the mob.

Jen: Ok, listen, I'm not happy about the interview, either, ok? But she has a point.

Courtney: She doesn't give a damn about the kids that I am trying to help. She wants to do a story on Sonny Corinthos.

Jen: Well, the man is your brother, Courtney. Jason Morgan was your husband. A good reporter can't just ignore all of that. I was kind of hoping she wouldn't lead with it, but, you know, she was going to.

Courtney: So any suggestions on damage control?

Jen: Well, you need to establish a positive public identity for the foundation, ok? Get a major grant from a high-profile donor who's squeaky clean, you know, and then drop your married name.

Courtney: Oh, you want me to change my name just to raise money?

Jen: Well, you changed it when you married Jason, so change it back.

Courtney: It just seems so cynical.

Jen: How about the Courtney Matthews Foundation? Honest. Solid. Upright. Ok? I mean, how does that sound to you?

Courtney: Like a slick advertising scam.

Jen: Well, Courtney, it's not a scam if your marriage is over. Your marriage is over, isn't it?

Carly: Was Sam -- was she disappointed that you canceled?

Sonny: Don't ask me things like that, Carly.

Carly: Why? I'm actually -- I'm fine. I'm really fine with you seeing Sam, because it eliminates the possibility of you and me doing something stupid.

Sonny: Like what?

Carly: Like falling back into bed together and I'm thinking that what we've got going here is for real. I'm just going to put my children first. And I cannot be bothered with jealousy or any of the other side effects that come with loving you.

Sonny: Right back at you.

Carly: You know, the end of our marriage, it was really -- it was painful for me, and I don't want to go back there again. So we'll have this safe, boring family, right? And we will never be like what we were before. Agreed?

Sonny: Agreed.

Dillon: Are you sure that nobody wants the rest of this? Is it ok?

Felicia: No, that's ok. Go ahead.

Dillon: Are you sure?

Felicia: Have it.

Dillon: You didn't even have any. You're so --

Felicia: No, it's --

Maxie: Mom only eats salad.

Georgie: Wait a minute, wait a minute, do you remember that summer that she discovered chick peas?

Mac: Mmm. Mmm, mmm, mmm.

Maxie: You made us eat them, like, 500 times a day.

Georgie: I mean, they were so nasty.

Felicia: Chick peas are very nutritious. They have fiber and protein, folic acid --

Mac: But not as good as Kellyís chili.

Maxie: Exactly.

Georgie: That's right.

Maxie: Especially with these chips.

Georgie: And lots and lots of grated cheese.

Mac: Mmm-mmm.

Felicia: Well, that's -- that's true. Kelly's chili is a family tradition.

Mac: Mmm-mmm.

Dillon: We have a tradition in our family. Actually, it's more of a sacred ritual, if you will. It's called cocktail hour. It's -- cocktail.

Edward: To a brilliant marriage.

Alan: I thought you were against it.

Edward: Well, you know me. I go with the flow.

Ned: So do I. Run, don't walk.

Tracy: Thank you, son.

Skye: To my dear friend.

Tracy: And to my dear husband-to-be.

Jax: If you'll excuse me.

Skye: Hmm.

Jax: Did you find a way to exonerate yourself, yet?

Skye: Not yet.

Jax: Where's Luke?

Skye: Montreal. Long story.

Jax: Is he even looking for the killer?

Skye: Maybe. In a way.

Jax: Come on, Skye. This is not good enough. Now, Iím bailing you out here. You got to do your part, ok? You got to find the man who killed that cop, and soon.

Mary: Oh --

Emily: Hi.

Mary: This place is enormous.

Emily: Thank you.

Alice: You're welcome.

Lucky: Actually, we used to skateboard in the halls upstairs.

Emily: Yeah, even then the place was crawling with maniacs, Mary. Come on, let's go in.

Emily: Hi.

Alan: Hi, Em! There's my sweet girl.

Emily: How are you?

Monica: Hey.

Emily: Hi.

Edward: Emily.

Alan: Hey, Lucky, good to see you. You don't come around anymore.

Lucky: Yeah, the job's been keeping me pretty busy.

Emily: Everyone, I'd like to introduce Mary Bishop.

Alan: Hi, Mary. You work at the hospital, don't you?

Mary: That's right.

Alan: Audrey says you're excellent.

Mary: Thank you. It's a great place to work.

Edward: It's a pleasure to meet you, Mary. Our Emilyís had a rough time. Nice to see that she has a new friend.

Alice: Hey, this is a family celebration.

Lorenzo: We were invited.

Sage: I wasn't. Can we go?

Lorenzo: No.

Alice: Give me your coats.

Lorenzo: Coat? Thank you. Try to enjoy yourself, all right?

Sage: Yeah, but what if Dillonís here?

Lorenzo: Then you make up with him; be friends again.

Sage: After what his crazy mother did? There's no possible way that I can --

Tracy: Lorenzo, I'm so glad you could join us. And I see you've brought your charming niece.

Sage: You ruined my life.

Tracy: Teenagers -- got to love them -- or not.

Lorenzo: I'm sure we can work through any misunderstanding for the sake of business, if nothing else. I've always found the Quartermaines to be intriguing and open to opportunity.

Courtney: Oh, just great. Probably shot a hole in the ceiling. Oh, great. Who fixes roofs?

[Phone rings]

Courtney: Courtney Morgan. No comment. Well, you know, why don't you contact Mr. Corinthos directly? Yes, he is my brother, but he has nothing to do with the Foundation. Listen, there is a mission statement on file at the County Clerk's office.

Jason: Courtney? Could you -- could you just call Carly when you get a chance? She's going to -- she's going to need a friend tonight.

Courtney: Why?

Sonny: Go, go!

Carly: Go, go, go, go, go!

[Michael laughs]

Carly: Ah.

Sonny: How you feeling?

Michael: Ok.

Sonny: Get a little wet there?

Michael: Yeah.

Carly: Oh, look at you. You're running around too much.

Michael: The boat is great, isn't it? Just like daddyís.

Sonny: Yeah, but you know what?

Michael: Just like daddyís.

Sonny: You should not be getting cold.

Michael: Mommy's shivering, and I'm not. I feel better than I have in my entire life.

Sonny: Yeah? You do? You feel better?

Michael: Yeah.

Sonny: I'm feeling a little cold around here. Here you go.

Carly: Thanks.

Sonny: How's that?

[Sonny and Carly laugh]

Sonny: Yeah.

[Nikolas speaks Greek]

Nikolas: I know this. "When I was a child, I spoke as a child, understood as a child. I thought as a child.  But when I became a man, I put away childish things."

[Nikolas speaks Greek]

Nikolas: "But the greatest of these is love."

Tracy: And finally, Emilyís friend from the hospital -- Nancy.

Lorenzo: Mary. Mary Bishop.

Tracy: You know each other?

Lorenzo: We've met. I'm surprised to see you here.

Mary: You, too.

Alice: Dinner's ready.

Tracy: Oh, Jax isn't back yet.

Edward: Do we really want to keep Cook waiting?

Tracy: Well, I suppose you have a point, and I'm sure my fiancť will be along in no time.

Lorenzo: It was so nice of you to befriend Emily. Losing Nikolas was a terrible blow.

Mary: Please. I know you don't have any reason to keep my secret, but if you tell them that Nikolas is Connor, I will lose everything.

[Phone rings]

Lorenzo: Yes.

Nikolas: Mr. Alcazar?

Lorenzo: Connor. Glad to hear from you.

Nikolas: I'll -- I'll take the job. I'd like to start as soon as possible.

Lorenzo: I'm glad to hear that.

Emily: Hey, I picked up your vitamins, but I have to get through this party, ok? I'll drop them off later. Give me a call. Thanks.

Jax: Sam's pregnant?

Courtney: Why does Carly need a friend tonight?

Jason: I just think it's a good idea for you to be with her.

Courtney: Why? Oh, wait. It's the code of secrecy, right? So what's the big secret, Jason? What? Sonny did something awful to Carly for what, the millionth time? You're concerned, but God forbid you should tell Sonny that he's wrong. That's my job, right? Let Sonny get mad at me because he's mad at me all the time anyway. You know what? Sonny is being a total jerk, but you're even worse. I mean, you won't even stand up to him and tell him that he is wrong.

Jason: Did something happen?

Courtney: Yeah, Jason, you happened. Yeah, sometimes I wish that I had never met you or kissed you. Sometimes I think that falling in love with you was the biggest mistake that I ever made.

Sonny: You know what? If it doesn't lighten up, I'm going to have to call the boys to bring the umbrellas.

Carly: Oh, yeah, see, your dad doesn't want getting his clothes all wet.

Sonny: Yeah, just because I don't like rolling in the mud like a bunch of barn freaks.

Michael: Let's go roll around in it and hug him.

Carly: Hey, no, no, no, no! Hey, hey, hey, whoa, whoa, wait, wait.

Michael: Look.

Carly: Sam, wait.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Skye: When did Laura escape? Was she missing the night Ross was killed?

Lorenzo: Why are you trying to convince Nikolas that he's someone else?

Carly: I don't care what you promised God. I'm doing this for me.

Emily: You think there's any chance that Jax is the father of Samís baby?

Jax: Am I the father?

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