General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 6/29/04
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Jason: Storm's getting worse.
Sam: It would be nice if you actually let me out to see it.
Jason: You're supposed to be resting. Why don't you go rest?
Sam: Yeah -- Jason, Dr. Meadows said take it easy, not lie flat on your back for the rest of the pregnancy.
Jason: Well, what about taking a bath or something to relax?
Sam: A bath isn't going to help me forget that I'm waiting for Nico to come after me.
Jason: I'm going to stop him.
Sam: In case you haven't noticed, Jason, he is not that easy to stop.
Jason: It's ok to be scared.
Sam: Jason, I'm not afraid for myself. I just don't want Nico to hurt the baby.
Ned: Lois, have you been outside?
Lois: Pretty impressive, huh?
Ned: There are, like, hundreds of teenagers lined up around the block for these auditions. I hope they're talented.
Lois: Most of them won't be. But who knows? There's always the chance that we'll find the next big thing.
Ned: Uh -- I hope you're not planning to use these auditions to pressure Brooke into singing.
Lois: Pressure is not necessary. Brooke -- she doesn't give up on a challenge.
Ned: What kind of challenge?
Lois: Mr. Randy Jackson is trying to work us in to his schedule.
Ned: Randy Jackson, celebrity judge?
Lois: The very same.
Ned: How do you even know him?
Lois: A friend of a friend of a contact introduced us once. Anyway, I knew he was going to be in the area, so I made a call.
Ned: Oh, I see. So the chances are, like, one in a million that he'll actually show up?
Lois: A chance is still a chance, and I prefer to think positive here. By the way, just so you know, I told Mr. Lorenzo Alcazar we won't be needing his investment after all.
Ned: Without his capital, we have no label!
Lois: The investor that I have lined up has even deeper pockets.
Ned: No, no. Absolutely not!
Lois: Yes, yes, yes! What? What's the matter with you? You're not jealous, are you?
Alexis: We're going to be late.
Skye: Yeah. It took me forever to get ready this morning. I mean, surprisingly, I can't seem to concentrate on anything else.
Alexis: I don't want you to be nervous. We have a very good case for reasonable doubt. I have prepared a very good closing argument. Lucky's testimony was very helpful.
Skye: Just -- ugh!
Alexis: I'll get it, I'll get it, I'll get it. Just relax. Is that --?
Skye: Ross' blood? Yeah. No matter what I've done, I can't seem to get it out.
Det. Duncan: Agh!
Alexis: You did not kill Ross Duncan. You were framed. So you walk into that courtroom with your head held high, and you look the jurors in the eye, and you let them know that you're innocent.
Skye: I want to thank you for defending me, Alexis. I know despite all our differences, you've -- you've done a really great job.
Alexis: You thank me when you're acquitted.
Skye: I will.
Alexis: All right. Let's go in there and win.
Ned: Why would I be jealous of Jax?
Lois: Because he proposed to me the first time he ever saw my face.
Ned: And you rejected him.
Lois: Yeah, but he never really stopped flirting with me.
Ned: Ok -- I'm not jealous of Jax. We're not even together anymore, right? And the only reason why you're here is because -- well, as you can continually point out -- you put the L in "L&B."
Lois: Which is why I decided that we needed to have a new --
Brooke Lynn: What have you done, mother?
Dillon: There's, like, 300 people lined up out there.
Ned: Well, we've decided to develop a whole stable of talent.
Lois: Right, and you never know what we're going to find. We might find the next big star; the kind of singer whose music changes the entire generation.
Brooke Lynn: And you think that you're the one that should judge that?
Lois: No -- actually, no, honey. I think that the judges of the competition should be young.
Georgie: Wait, like -- like a jury of peers?
Dillon: Oh, that -- that actually sounds really cool, I think.
Brooke Lynn: Just who did you have in mind?
Lois: Well, actually, I was hoping that you guys would judge the competition.
Georgie: Well, I --
Dillon: Sure, yeah.
Georgie: I'm no expert in music, but I'll try.
Lois: So I guess that leaves --
Brooke Lynn: Oh, wait. Wait, you want me to be a part of this?
Ned: No one's forcing you to do anything.
Lois: No, but there really should be three judges. What if Georgie and Dillon disagree? There can't be a tie. So what do you say, Brookie? You going to help me find a star?
Tracy: Hello, family.
Edward: I thought I told you not to leave the office today.
Tracy: I'm the C.E.O. I don't take orders from anybody.
Alan: How on earth could you be so spiteful as to want to send Skye to prison? What am I saying? Of course I know how you could be that spiteful.
Tracy: Skye is an interloper, a con artist.
Monica: My, isn't that the pot calling the kettle black.
Tracy: The three of you are acting like I framed Skye.
Edward: We're not so sure you didn’t.
Tracy: Skye is guilty, and the jury is going to see it just as I do and send her to prison where she belongs.
Jax: Thanks for coming.
Courtney: Yeah, well, I mean, this is important to you. And Skye has always made an effort towards me.
Jax: Yeah. You know, Skye’s been through so much in her life, I -- I just wish I could have done more.
Courtney: Hey, you helped her as much as you could, Jax, and now you're here to support her. That's all anyone can ask for.
Reporter: Ms. Quartermaine, do you still expect to be exonerated? Was Tracy Quartermaine’s testimony accurate?
Alexis: My client expects to be acquitted, and we have no further comment at this time.
Lucky: Listen, please, back off now.
Emily: Are you ok?
Skye: No, but I'm doing a reasonable imitation.
Jax: Hey. Everything's going to work out.
Skye: Jax, thank you so much for being here.
Alexis: Why don't you take her inside?
Emily: Do you think she's going to be found innocent?
Alexis: In order to do that, I'm going to have to prove that she was framed. Which means I'm going to have to cast suspicion on your mother, and I wish there was some other way.
Lucky: Well, Skye didn't do this, and I know it looks like my mom did, so just do whatever you can to get Skye off.
Woman: If that's the girl that broke your heart, she's crazy. Why don't you put down your drink, and I'll try to cheer you up?
Nico: Sam McCall is 10 times the woman you are. She's the kind of woman men would kill for.
Jason: Do you know how to use one of these?
Jason: You think you could fire it at Nico if --
Sam: Well, why would you even ask?
Jason: I mean, the guy was your boyfriend.
Sam: Yeah, and he is trying to hurt my baby. I don't think I'm going to have any trouble firing at him.
Jason: Have you -- have you ever killed someone?
Jason: Did you mean to?
Sam: Does it matter?
Jason: It's not as easy as you think, Sam. Ok, look, I'm going to do everything I can to stop Nico. But if something goes wrong, take this, you point, pull the trigger, ok? You don't have to be real accurate when you aim a shotgun.
Sam: I think I can take care of myself, Jason.
Jason: Well, you're tough, huh?
Sam: What, are you making fun of me?
Jason: Well, I think the recoil would throw you across the room.
Sam: Can you feel it?
Jason: The baby's kicking.
Brooke Lynn: Sign me up.
Ned: So you want to be a judge?
Brooke Lynn: I would do anything for my mother, and she obviously lives and breathes for the music industry. That dream can't come true without a star, right?
Lois: But there's just one caveat to this. You have to defer to the senior judge.
Brooke Lynn: And that would be you?
Lois: No. Mr. Randy Jackson himself.
Brooke Lynn: Oh, right.
Dillon: Randy Jackson? You're bringing Randy Jackson into this?
Lois: It's a definite maybe.
Brooke Lynn: Yeah, that's my mother deluding herself again. Look, let's get this over with.
Ned: She sure knows how to push your buttons.
Lois: Yeah, well, as it happens, I know how to push hers back. Brookie is nothing if not competitive. The more she hears people sing; the more she's going to want to sing herself.
Dillon: Here you go. I have for you our first contestant.
Georgie: What's your name?
Man: Trent. But you can call me "The Next Big Thing," just like the paper says.
Brooke Lynn: Trent, why don't you leave that slogan up to my mom?
Dillon: Yeah, Trent, are you -- are you here to talk or sing?
Trent: I'm here to make you move.
Brooke Lynn: Wait. Hold on, wait -- whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. I know you.
Trent: Oh, yeah, Lynn, right? I didn't recognize you with --
Brooke Lynn: Yeah, well, recognize this!
Skye: Laura, you have such a beautiful family. You have Luke and Lucky and Lulu. Don't throw it all away for revenge that isn't even necessary. Just -- just let me go.
Alexis: Fact -- Skye Quartermaine was in her house the night that Ross Duncan died. Fact -- Luke Spencer and Skye Quartermaine had a terrible fight. Fact -- Skye Quartermaine had been drinking heavily. Bad judgment doesn't prove that she murdered anyone. When Luke Spencer arrived at Skye Quartermaine’s house, he found her unconscious. She was passed out with Ross Duncan dead on the floor below. There was no sign of a struggle on Skye Quartermaine’s body. There was absolutely no blood whatsoever found on Skye Quartermaine. And she was in such an inebriated state, it would almost seem impossible for her to find the strength to stab anybody. Both Skye and Luke were convinced that Skye was framed. And Luke was someone that she trusted; someone that she was in love with. He told her that he would help her find the real killer. She believed him, and she agreed to cover up Ross Duncan’s death. Really bad judgment. But again, it doesn't prove that she murdered anybody. In fact, she didn't murder Ross Duncan. It was a crime of passion. The killer is still at large. She escaped from a mental institution that she was sent to for killing her stepfather. The killer is Laura Spencer, Luke Spencer’s estranged wife. In her delusional state, she returned, tried to reunite with Luke, and she found Luke courting Skye Quartermaine. She tried to kill Skye Quartermaine. She tried to eliminate her in the park. She was spotted wielding a knife at Skye Quartermaine in front of two police officers, one of which is seated right here in this courtroom; one of which is Laura Spencer’s own son, who you heard testify that he believes that Skye Quartermaine is innocent. If you convict Skye Quartermaine, you are letting Laura Spencer free to perhaps hurt somebody else; to perhaps kill somebody else. Who's next? Who knows? Luke Spencer is missing without explanation. Where is he? Does anyone know? There are so many unanswered questions here. And if there are unanswered questions, this is clearly a case of reasonable doubt. And if it's a case of reasonable doubt, you cannot convict Skye Quartermaine. Please do not convict an innocent woman of a crime that someone else did. Thank you.
Ric: This murder happened for one reason and one reason only -- obsessive love. Skye Quartermaine’s love for Luke Spencer.
Jason: Hey, Molly.
Jason: Come on in. This is Molly. She works for --
Jason: Sonny at a bar on the north shore.
Molly: Ok, that guy you wanted us to look out for?
Molly: He's on the island.
Jason: Are you sure it was Nico?
Molly: He's doing shots at the bar.
Jason: Ok. Thanks, Molly. Could you wait outside for a second? You should -- you should be ok. There's guards patrolling, ok? Just keep the shotgun close, just in case.
Sam: You are going to kill him. Right?
Jason: Yeah, Sam, everything's going to be --
Sam: Jason, I am serious. Please don't take any chances, ok? Kill Nico because if you don't, he will kill you.
Ric: The defense has placed Skye Quartermaine with the victim the night of his murder. They allow that Skye tried to cover up this murder, moving the body three times. The defense has also admitted that the murder weapon belonged to Skye Quartermaine. Her fingerprints were on it. It was found in her place of business, hidden. The only thing the defense has not presented to you is a photograph of Skye plunging the ice pick into detective Ross Duncan’s body. Ladies and gentlemen, I can assure you that very few juries have been handed an actual photograph of the crime after it's been committed. And I can also assure you that very few juries have been handed the mountain of evidence that is before you. There's one other piece of evidence that Ms. Davis failed to bring up in her closing argument -- the letter from Luke Spencer condemning Skye, a letter an expert handwriting analyst has testified was written by Luke Spencer himself, a letter from a man who realized, too late, just how desperate Skye was to hold on to him. Skye Quartermaine killed Detective Ross Duncan. She wanted Laura Spencer out of the way, permanently. And as for Lucky Spencer’s testimony as to Skye’s innocence -- well, I think his credibility lies in the fact that he sits in loving support next to Emily Quartermaine, Skye’s adoptive sister. Laura Spencer was not the perpetrator of this crime, ladies and gentlemen. She was the collateral victim. She was the person that Skye Quartermaine used and tried to frame for her own crime. Ross Duncan was a police officer who served his community well. Skye Quartermaine murdered him without any remorse. Now it is your job and it's your duty to make sure that she realizes that death will not go unpunished. And with that, the people humbly ask you to return a verdict of guilty. Thank you.
Judge: Court is in recess pending jury deliberation.
Trent: She hit me!
Georgie: It's kind of her way of saying hello.
Dillon: Yeah. No more action sequences from you, ok?
Brooke Lynn: Look, I saw you at the basketball courts in the park, ok? You stole my song!
Trent: Look, I sampled it. Ok? That happens a lot. You should be flattered.
Brooke Lynn: Right, plagiarism -- what, the ultimate compliment?
Trent: Look, what's the problem? Ok, you hate to sing. It's not like you were using the song.
Lois: I apologize for Brooke's behavior. I hope you'll still audition.
Brooke Lynn: Wait, hold on.
Trent: Yeah well, it's what I came here to do, isn't it?
Brooke Lynn: You're still letting him sing?
Lois: It's an open audition, honey. All right, everybody sit down. Let's get started.
Ned: All right, kid, let's see what you got.
Trent: Hey, yeah hey, yeah ooh
Dillon: Oh, hey, hey. You know what? I'm going to stop you right there. Yeah, I'm going to stop you.
Trent: I haven't even gotten to the best part.
Dillon: Yeah, you know, I think I've heard all I need to hear.
Georgie: You know, why don't you take a few singing lessons and listen to an artist that really means something to you?
Brooke Lynn: Next.
Randy: What's up? Yo, sorry I'm late.
Georgie: Oh, my God, he's really here!
Brooke Lynn: I can't believe this.
Lois: Hello, Randy.
Randy: Hey, how are you?
Lois: Welcome to L&B!
Randy: What's up? What's up?
Lois: Hey, everybody -- what up, dog? Randy Jackson.
Randy: What's up, gang?
Molly: He's gone.
Jason: There was a man here before. You were supposed to be watching him.
Bartender: I tried to stall him, but the guy was real motivated. He just took off. He dropped this on his way out.
Nico: Why do you keep running away, kitten? Huh? Don't you know that we can't live without each other? You were a busy little kitty cat while I was in prison, huh?
Sam: You should go. Jason's going to be back any minute.
Nico: Oh. Yeah. Yeah, maybe -- maybe you should have thought of that before you let Corinthos get you on your back, you know? And -- and then pass you off to his lieutenant like -- like you were nothing. I can't get the image out of my head of the two of them with you, kissing you and both touching you. And now you're going to have the dumb one's baby. That's -- that's the -- no!
Sam: Get off!
Nico: No! No! Now you're going to make me mad!
Sam: He's going to finish you, Nico! Instead of shooting you in the shoulder, he's going to shoot you in the head!
Nico: Not if I shoot him first.
Sam: You can’t.
Nico: No. We're going to -- we're going to sit here, and -- and we're going to relax, and we are going to wait for your boyfriend to get home. And when he does, I am going to shoot him so that you can watch him bleed to death. And then I am going to tell him all about your past. I -- I can't wait to see Jason’s face when I tell him about all the stuff that you've done.
Randy: Yeah, so I can't stay long. I know you got hundreds of people here, but I can't stay through all these auditions.
Lois: That's a'ight. A'ight?
Randy: Sure, sure.
Lois: Time is not of consideration here. We just appreciate the benefit of your expertise.
Randy: All right, cool.
Lois: All right, Randy, meet everybody. Ok, this is Ned.
Randy: What's up, man?
Ned: I'm shocked to see you.
Lois: He's one of the owners.
Ned: Thanks for being here.
Randy: Owner? Big.
Lois: And these are your judges.
Lois: Dillon Quartermaine.
Randy: What's up, dude?
Lois: Georgie Jones.
Randy: What's up, Georgie?
Georgie: So nice to meet you.
Lois: And Brooke Lynn Ashton, my daughter.
Brooke Lynn: Yeah.
Lois: All right, make yourself comfortable.
Georgie: You can sit right here.
Lois: Have a seat.
Randy: Are you sure?
Lois: And I -- Randy, I just want you to treat this like any other competition you've ever judged, ok? So whatever you need, let us know. Have a seat.
Randy: All right, cool.
Lois: And who knows? With any luck, you'll help us find a star.
Randy: All right, let's go.
Lois: Got everything? All right, I'm going to get the first contestant.
Man: My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard and they're, like, it's better than yours and they're, like, it's better than yours I could teach you but I have to charge
Girl: Milkshake tastes better than yours damn right it's better than yours damn right it's better than yours I could teach you but I'd have to
Man: They're, like it's better than yours I could teach you but I'd have to charge la, la la, la, dra warm it up
Man: King la, la la, la, la, la the boys are calling
Woman: L la, la la
Man: They're, like, it's better than yours
Man: I could teach you
Woman: But I'd have to charge
Man: Milkshake brings all the boys to the yard they're, like, it's better than yours
Woman: My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard they're, like, it's better than yours
Man: I could teach you but I'd have to charge
Randy: All right, yo, I got to bounce. I'm out of here.
Dillon: No --
Georgie: Randy, don't go.
Dillon: Don't leave us. Don't leave us here with them.
Lois: Randy, do you think maybe you have time for just one more performer, like one of your fellow judges, for instance?
Ned: Lois -- Lois, Lois, Lois --
Ned: Randy's got to go. You're the man. Thank you for coming. I appreciate it.
Randy: Thanks, dude.
Ned: Great having you here.
Lois: Mmm. Thank you.
Randy: Bye. Peace, you all.
Brooke Lynn: See ya.
Lois: We'll stay in touch. Thank you.
Randy: Definitely. Thank you.
Brooke Lynn: I knew it, ok? I knew this whole thing was a trap.
Lois: You're right. You're absolutely right. What was I thinking, suggesting that a talented girl like you sing for a nationally famous judge?
Ned: Ok, ok, ok -- just because Randy left doesn't mean these auditions are over. We still have plenty of talented kids out there just dying to sing, right? So why don't you go out there and bring the next one in. Ok?
Lois: You're right; we need to be totally professional about this.
Lois: Everybody, take your seats. You, too. And I'll get the next person. Next.
Sage: Hi. I'm Sage Alcazar.
Lucky: Mom, no!
Officer: Police! Drop your weapon or I'll fire!
Alan: Alexis made a compelling argument.
Edward: So did Lansing.
Monica: That's not helping, Edward.
Edward: The point is I don't give a damn what the D.A. said. We know Skye is innocent. We see it; the jury will see it.
Ric: Nice close, but I think we all know who's going to win.
Alexis: This is not as black-and-white as you make it seem. In fact, this is as solid as your reputation. Why are you pushing so hard?
Ric: Because it's my job to prosecute. Look, there's no agenda here. I'm not out to get Skye. The fact of the matter is a police officer was killed. All the evidence pointed to Skye. I presented my case to the jury, and now it is up to them to decide. That's the way the system works.
Jax: You did well in there. I admire your composure.
Skye: Really? I mean, you really think it went all right?
Jax: Yeah, I hope so.
Skye: Come on, Jax, be -- be honest with me. Do think I'm going to be found guilty?
Jax: I don't think so. But if the worst happens, this isn't over. I'll do everything I can to get you out of this.
Lucky: Oh, you have to admit, Lansing’s good. Making it look like I turned against my mother because you asked me.
Emily: You know, Skye has a chance because you stood up for what was right.
Lucky: Yeah, we still can't be sure it was my mom who framed her.
Emily: I hope Laura didn't do this, but I'm proud of you today.
Tracy: I have been warning my family about Skye Chandler from the moment she arrived on our doorstep.
Reporter: So it doesn't surprise you that she committed murder?
Tracy: Absolutely not. I always knew she was capable of doing something like this.
Emily: Skye's innocent until proven guilty, so keep your comments to yourself.
Tracy: Oh, look, here is the other fake Quartermaine. I don't know if you know, but Emily was adopted by my family, who took pity on a poor orphan.
Lucky: You know what? Say that again.
Tracy: Or you'll what? You'll have me arrested for using harsh words against your new girlfriend?
Emily: You know what? You took advantage of this trial to launch a personal attack on Skye.
Tracy: I guess D.A. Lansing is right. The two of you are -- what is the polite word? "Involved"? Nikolas is not even cold in his grave yet, and you've taken up with his brother.
Bailiff: The jury's ready to deliver a verdict.
Skye: That was fast.
Skye: It's not a good sign, is it?
Judge: Mr. Foreman, have you reached a verdict?
Foreman: We have, your honor.
Judge: Ms. Quartermaine, please stand for your verdict.
Foreman: On the charge of murder, we find Skye Chandler Quartermaine guilty.
Sage: La-la warm it up la-la, la-la, la the boys are waiting la-la, la-la, la warm it up la-la, la-la, la the boys are waiting my milkshake brings all the boys to the yard they're, like it's better than yours damn right it's better than yours I could teach you but I'd have to charge my milkshake brings all the boys to the yard and they're, like it's better than yours damn right it's better than yours I could teach you but I'd have to charge
Dillon: It was -- good.
Georgie: Yeah, for this group, which isn't saying much. She was all about selling sex, and, I mean, I didn't feel anything.
Brooke Lynn: I agree. Sage, you put a lot into the performance, but I didn't feel like you really felt the lyrics that you were singing.
Lois: I'm sorry, honey, but I think I'm going to have to pull rank on this one. I've been in this business a long time, and I've heard a lot of singers. And though some may be more talented than Sage, she definitely has what it takes. She definitely has what it takes to be a star, and I'm going to make sure that L&B lets the world know it.
Sage: I just didn't think you guys would be interested in me after you didn't want my uncle's investment.
Lois: I just wanted you to prove yourself. You needed to make your moment, Sage, and you obviously had the chops. You had the chops to turn this opportunity into a legitimate music career.
Brooke Lynn: You know what, Sage, seriously, bail now. This has nothing to do with you.
Lois: You're being rude, honey.
Brooke Lynn: Ma --
Lois: And you also are mistaken.
Brooke Lynn: I know how you work, ok, and you obviously don't, so let me explain. Sage, the reason why we're here today is because my mom wants me to be the next recording artist for L&B. Ok? She thinks that if I see her telling you how amazing you are, I'll want to stand up and prove that I've got 50 times the talent that you do.
Lois: Do you think you're more talented than Sage?
Brooke Lynn: You know what, I think it's really crappy the way that you try and manipulate me all the time. When are you going to start treating me like a daughter and not your project? Just because you didn't get the opportunity to be a star doesn't mean that I have to be one, ma, and it won't change the fact that you are a total failure!
Dillon: Well, um, maybe we should leave.
Brooke Lynn: Look, I know I was harsh, but she kind of pushed me into it.
Ned: This has to stop right now.
Nico: So, who'd you like being with better -- Corinthos or Morgan?
Sam: Baby, I want to be with you. I was just in it for the money.
Nico: God, you used to be such a better liar, Sam. Now, just answer the question. Which one was better for you -- the big boss man or his pretty protégé?
Sam: Neither. I want you to take me away. I'm giving you what you want.
Nico: I don't need permission from you! Baby, I just want you. Come here. Come here!
Sam: The baby -- stop it!
Nico: The baby, the baby! I'm sick of hearing about the baby! It's not my baby. It's his. I hate this baby!
Alexis: The ruling won't hold. I will start your appeal immediately.
Jax: Skye, I'll make sure that Alexis has all the resources she needs.
Alan: We're all behind you, honey.
Monica: Look, you have the family's full support.
Judge: Order. Guard, take Ms. Quartermaine into custody.
Lucky: Skye, I'm going to find my dad. We're going to get you out of this.
Emily: We'll figure out who framed you, Skye.
Trent: How's the drink?
Sage: Do I know you?
Trent: Not yet, but we should change that. I'm in a position to make all your dreams come true.
Sage: I doubt that.
Trent: No, I heard you warming up; singing in line while you were waiting.
Sage: Oh, that's right. You were at the audition. You sang first. You sounded --
Trent: Not as good as you.
Sage: You admit it?
Trent: Well, yeah. I mean, it was an open call. I had to sing in order to get into the door. You know, what I really want to do is be a producer. You know, I have this ear for other people's talent. That's how I know that you have potential. But reworking other people's style is not going to make you a star.
Sage: And you think you know what is?
Trent: I know exactly what you need.
Dillon: Brooke Lynn said some harsh things in there, but she didn't mean it.
Lois: Sure she did. And I am pushing her because she's afraid of her own talent. Plus, it's written someplace, I think, that teenage girls are supposed to hate their mothers. I mean, that's perfectly natural, you know, and I shouldn't let it get to me. If you dare tell Brookie that she made me cry, I'll personally murder you.
Dillon: She does not hate you. She doesn't hate you. She just doesn't want to be forced into a world that -- that you picked out for her.
Lois: I'm just supporting her talent.
Dillon: No, what you're doing -- you're trying to outsmart her, and she resents that. I know this because I have a mother that does the exact same thing, ok? Do you know how cool it'd be to have somebody like you behind them? It's -- it's just a matter of being honest with her. And by the way -- she loves you, no matter how much she says she doesn’t. Just stop making it so hard for her to show it.
Lois: How did someone your age ever get so cool?
Dillon: Um -- no, no. I'm majorly uncool, thank you very much.
Lois: No, not as far as I'm concerned, you're not.
Georgie: Excuse me, Ms. Cerullo. No disrespect or anything, but Dillon is my boyfriend, and you can't have him.
Ned: Want a soda?
Brooke Lynn: I'm not thirsty.
Ned: Neither am I.
Brooke Lynn: Look, can we just, you know, cut through this whole being nice thing and can you just give me the lecture, please?
Ned: Your mother's not a failure. She's a woman who's not afraid to dream. And since you are her daughter, who she happens to love more than anything in the world, she has saved her biggest dreams for you.
Brooke Lynn: I know. Can't I not have a couple dreams of my own, though?
Ned: Yes, of course you can. And obviously you do. Why don't you tell me? I'm your dad. So why don't you tell me one of your dreams. Tell me some of your dreams, any of your dreams. Ok. I'll tell you one of my dreams. One of my dreams actually came true. You made it come true -- hearing you sing a song that I wrote, knowing that you know the words.
Brooke Lynn: It's on your second Eddie Maine C.D. So what -- I listened to it growing up.
Ned: You know, I always wanted to sing that song as a duet.
Brooke Lynn: Yeah?
Ned: Just to hear what it sounds like.
Brooke Lynn: Are you asking me to sing?
Ned: Well, not if you don't want to.
Brooke Lynn: I guess it -- it would be ok if it's just us here. Nobody else and no recording.
Ned: No recording.
Brooke Lynn: Might be kind of nice to sing a song with you.
Ned: We lived on dreams and promises we shared the laughter and the tears
Brooke Lynn: And in the time of uncertainty you've been my shelter through the fear
Ned and Brooke Lynn: And though I always thought the goal was somehow worth the cost I learned I'm not afraid to say
Ned: The only one I love
Brooke Lynn: You're the
Ned and Brooke Lynn: Only one I love
Ned: The only one I love you're the only one I love
Jason: Are you hurt?
Sam: Jason, I'm so stupid. I took a bath, I had no --
Jason: It's ok, it's ok. Did he hurt you?
Jason: Did he hit you?
Sam: No, you shot him before he had a chance.
Jason: Sam, is the baby ok?
Sam: I think so. Nothing hurts.
Nico: Sam --
Sam: Don’t. Jason, please stay here. Please.
Jason: It's ok. Who paid you? Huh? Who wanted you to kill Sonny and me?
Nico: I wanted to kill you.
Jason: Who flew you down here? Who gave you the money and the information? Someone sent you after me!
Nico: I just wanted Sam. I'm not the only one looking for her.
Jason: What does he mean, he's not the only one looking for you? Who else could be after you, Sam?
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Dillon: Try to remember it's business. I'm trying to get on Lois' good side, ok?
Alan: Get out of here.
Skye: Let her stay. I have something I'd like to say.
Jason: I need to know who's after you and why.
Carly: I'll see you in a little bit.
Sonny: Wait, wait. Why don't you stay?
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