General Hospital Transcript Friday 7/23/04
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Georgie: I don't want to have sex with you, ever.
Georgie: Sex just gets in the way.
Dillon: Um -- I don't -- I don't think you underst --
Georgie: Dillon, Dillon, I just -- I just want to be friends.
Dillon: Georgie, I don't want to be friends with you. I want to have sex with you.
Ric: I got a question for you. Do you wonder how we were able to find you in the first place? I mean, a safe house is supposed to be safe, right? Come on, Iíll give you a hint. It's a person who would love to see you put away. Hmm? That's right. It was Carly. You know, I got to hand it to Carly, when she sets her mind to something, she does everything she can to make it happen. I mean, she wanted you and your baby out of Sonny's life, and now look. You're on your way to prison out of state. I'm sure if it was up to Carly, it would be like you never existed.
Courtney: It seems to me that you have another chance with the man you love and the man that loves you. My advice is don't throw it away.
Carly: It is not that simple.
Courtney: Yes, it is, Carly. The lies are all over, all right? You have a chance to make it work.
Carly: Courtney, there's just some things you don't understand and things that you don't know.
Sonny: I need to speak with you.
Alexis: About what?
Sonny: The mother of my child.
Alexis: Not -- not in front of Kristina. Viola?
Alexis: Hi. Will you do me a favor?
Alexis: Can you maybe give her a bath?
Viola: Oh, no problem. Come on, baby. Come on, sweetie.
Alexis: I'll read you a bedtime story, ok?
Viola: It's rubber ducky time -- quackie, quack, quack! Say night-night. We'll be back. Wobble, wobble, wobble.
Sonny: She's getting bigger every day.
Alexis: How do you want to handle this?
Sonny: It's up to you.
Dillon: I didn't mean that.
Georgie: What part? The part about being friends, or the part about having sex?
Dillon: Georgie -- Georgie, you're my best friend in the whole world, ok? Nothing is going to change that, but you are also my girlfriend. Of course I want to make love to you.
Georgie: Then you're going to need a lot more pills.
Dillon: Hey, hey, wait a second. I didn't take the medicine. That's why I was running all over town, because I wanted to tell you that, ok? The last time we were together was -- was me. It had nothing to do with the pills!
Georgie: No, Dillon, I saw the bottle! I saw you pacing around the room!
Dillon: No --
Georgie: I saw you checking your watch!
Dillon: Yes, because I thought that I had a problem! I thought that I did and I didn't want to disappoint you, but I didnít. And Lois saw that I was freaking out, and she wanted to -- she wanted to prove a point to me, ok? So she switched the real medicine with sugar pills. It had no more effect than -- than a breath mint, ok? It was all me. I wanted you.
Georgie: Yeah, but what about the time we tried to have sex before?
Dillon: It was a fluke. It was a one-time -- a one-time hard drive crash, ok? And it's not going to happen again. There's no problem. Don't you get that what that means?
Georgie: It means even Brook's mom knows that I can't turn my boyfriend on.
Dillon: No, no, it means that the last time we were together had nothing to do with that -- that medicine. It was me and you. You turned me on. It was all you, ok? I was -- I was ready to go.
Georgie: What if it happens again?
Dillon: It won't. Hey, I love you, ok?
Georgie: Dillon, no. I've changed my mind. I -- I don't want to sleep with you anymore.
Lois: You know, it was really great that you sang at your great-grandma's memorial service. I know Lila, and Iím sure she got everybody up in heaven to listen.
Brook Lynn: It was great to do something in her honor.
Lois: And people really responded, Brookie. It meant the world to your dad and the rest of the family, and I know that everybody would love to hear you sing again.
Brook Lynn: Ma, it was a memorial, ok? Not a concert.
Lois: I wasn't implying otherwise.
Brook Lynn: Ma, this was personal for me.
Lois: I know, sweetheart. I do.
Brook Lynn: I don't understand. Why are you trying to make this into a job opportunity, huh?
Lois: I was just trying to say that I'm really proud of you.
Ric: What did you do exactly to push Carly so far? I mean, aside from sleeping with her husband and getting pregnant with his child.
Sam: Yeah, that's right, getting pregnant with his child. How far do you think Sonny's willing to go to protect his child, huh?
Ric: His child, yes. Mother? No. Look, you've been on the run for years. You're going to go to jail for the rest of your life now. I just got to ask you -- was it worth it? Hmm? Was Sonny worth it? You honestly think he was going to give you the fantasy, huh? He was going to -- he was going to leave his wife and his child? Start a whole new family with you? No. Sam, Sonny's out for Sonny. He just used you up and he threw you away. You're not the first. Unfortunately, you definitely won't be the last. It seems the extradition order came through. A deputy from Bailey's Beach is going to be here in an hour, and he's going to take you to prison.
Carly: Sam is carrying Sonny's baby, and it doesn't matter that she is a convicted murderer because he will always give her the benefit of the doubt. And he's going to blame me.
Courtney: But why, Carly? What did you do?
Carly: I went and saw Sam this morning, right after I ran into Ric in the park. And I -- I didn't know it, but I'm sure he had someone follow me, and that's how come they ended up at the safe house.
Courtney: Ok, you can't be sure, though. You never saw them.
Carly: It doesn't matter. It really doesn't matter because he is going to side with Sam. And he's not going to believe me.
Courtney: Well, maybe not. Maybe -- maybe this is Sonny's chance to really prove himself to you.
Sonny: We were friends once. Um -- somewhere we became enemies. I don't know how, why, but it happened.
Alexis: It was a long time ago.
Alexis: I had the luxury then of making some irresponsible choices. That's changed. I'm a mother.
Sonny: You're also a damn good lawyer, and Justus -- so good, I mean, Justus asked me to come over here to talk to you before I went any further. You know better than anybody what Samís going through. You're the -- you're a mother of your own --
Sonny: Yeah, she was convicted of murder years ago in South Carolina. She's innocent. I -- I want you to get her released.
Alexis: You came here to hire me?
Sonny: I want you to represent Sam. Why else would I come here?
Alexis: I -- Iím not sure that there's anything that I can do.
Sonny: Ahem -- Alexis, Sam -- she's pregnant with my daughter. I just need you to make sure that my child is not born in prison.
Alexis: I canít.
Georgie: I had the time of my life last summer.
Dillon: Yeah. Yeah, me, too. I mean, before you, my life was -- what? -- It was a series of hotel rooms and airport lounges and hired help, you know? My mom dumped me off here. I finally got to hang out with you. We did some things, and then I realized that there was somebody in my life that understood me.
Georgie: That's what I'm saying. Things were great when we were friends.
Dillon: Georgie, you have never been just a friend to me. And by the way, it's been over a year since we first kissed for real.
Georgie: Do you remember when we first met? Maxie and Kyle seemed like aliens. I mean, you taught me how to relate to everyone through a movie character. I didn't feel alone anymore at parties or school.
Dillon: Yeah. We fit. We still do. We still fit.
Georgie: But now there's all this pressure to go to the next step.
Dillon: Georgie -- hey, look -- hey, look at me. Our relationship has never been about pressure, ok? Pressure is -- is anti-conversation, it's anti-sex, it's anti-friendship. Pressure is the emotional equivalent of my mother in the room, ok? That's what pressure is.
Georgie: Then let's decompress. I want to go back to the way I felt last summer, and the only way to do that is just to forget about sex.
Dillon: No, come on -- no. You know what? We had one bad experience, ok? I mean, sex is a very -- it's a natural thing, especially for two people like us that love each other in the way that we do. Eventually, down the road, we're going to want to be physical, and it's just going to happen, and there aren't going to be any problems.
Georgie: But there is a problem for me.
Dillon: You're -- you're really serious, aren't you?
Dillon: No -- no kissing, no touching, nothing? Just talking and hanging out as friends?
Georgie: It's all we really need.
Dillon: Ok, all right. Well, then I guess you won't mind if I hook up with some other girls.
Georgie: You already want to have sex with other people?
Lorenzo: Ms. Cerullo? Something wrong?
Lois: Uh -- no, allergies. There's not so many trees in Benson Hurst.
Lorenzo: Yeah. Well, maybe you shouldn't be sitting in the park.
Lois: Right. Yeah, so much for the Oxford degree, right?
Lois: Thank you.
Lorenzo: Would you like me to walk you home? Escape all the pollen?
Lois: I'm going to be fine.
Lorenzo: All right. Well, if there's anything I can do --
Lois: There's nothing anyone can do. My daughter hates me, and she has every right because I am the worst mother ever.
Faith: Lorenzo, this is my ninth message. I have a business proposition for you that can't wait. Call me.
Jax: Mike, you got a minute?
Mike: Not really.
Jax: Well, I suggest you better make some time because I'm not giving up on your daughter.
Ric: File that for me, please? Ah, Mr. Ward.
Justus: Those Ms. McCallís extradition papers?
Ric: Yes, they are -- signed and countersigned. She's on her way to South Carolina, and there's not a damn thing you or Sonny can do about it.
Justus: Ms. McCall isn't my client anymore, and she can't be transferred without legal representation.
Ric: I am well aware of the legal procedure, counselor.
Justus: Well, you better be, Lansing, because Sonny's new attorney is going to wipe the floor with you.
Sonny: Forget history. Just think about a woman who loves her baby. She doesn't want her child to pay for her mistakes.
Alexis: I can only imagine what she's going through.
Sonny: Right. That's why I have to protect her.
Alexis: She's already been convicted. I'm not sure that there's anything that I can do.
Sonny: No, there is a lot you can do. You're the best. I'm willing to pay you whatever it takes.
Alexis: Not everything is for sale. What's really going on here? This Sam is a woman that you slept with in your most recent separation from Carly. I get that. I get that the pregnancy is an unforeseen complication. But why -- why are you doing this?
Sonny: Well, it's my daughter, for one thing. Yeah, look, if Sam had lied, tried to keep the baby from me, I might be willing to let her rot in prison. But that's not the case.
Alexis: Well, then it's fortunate for Sam that she told you the truth.
Sonny: I promised that I would take care of Sam and the baby, and that's what Iím going to do.
Alexis: I don't even know what Iím dealing with here. I haven't seen anything --
Sonny: You're dealing with Ric Lansing, ok? He's railroading Sam. This is one thing that -- you would burn for this before.
Alexis: I agree that he's a power-mad megalomaniac. However, he's a very qualified -- in fact, he's a brilliant attorney.
Sonny: Too brilliant for you to beat? You don't think you're good enough to win against Ric Lansing?
Mike: It's -- it's no secret that you have a grudge against Sonny over what happened with Brenda.
Jax: Look, I'm here to talk about Courtney.
Mike: I love my daughter. I stood by and I watched A.J. use her, and I can't let you do the same.
Jax: I'm not like A.J.
Mike: Then why are you pursuing Courtney?
Jax: Because I like her. I enjoy her company.
Mike: And she's Sonny's sister, and dating her will only infuriate him, so why don't you find another way to provoke Sonny? Courtney has been hurt enough.
Jax: Yeah, and whose fault is that, Mike? Hmm? Jason married Courtney and then proceeded to treat her as an afterthought, ranking somewhere well below Sonny, Carly, their children, and his almighty business. Yeah, I know that Courtney deserves better.
Mike: And I don't want you anywhere near my daughter.
Jax: We're not getting anywhere here.
Courtney: Excuse me, but how I run my life is up to me. I don't need permission from either one of you.
Dillon: You see? You see? That's what I'm talking about right there. You don't want to be "Just friends" any more than I do, do you? Do you?
Georgie: But you just said that you wanted to have --
Dillon: No, Georgie, I was trying to make you jealous, and it worked.
Dillon: No, hey, wait a minute. Listen -- listen to me! I can't -- I can't help that I want to be with you. I can't shut that off. I don't want to be with anybody but you.
Georgie: Every time we've tried to have sex, it's just this big drama.
Dillon: Georgie, we're teenagers, ok? Worse than that, we're human. There's always going to be some sort of craving for a physical connection.
Georgie: I crave double caramel lattes, but it does not mean they're good for me.
Dillon: Ok, yes, but it's out there, isn't it? Every time you leave your house, you're bombarded with these images of caffeinated, beautiful-looking beverages with whipped cream and caramel syrup on top, right?
Georgie: Dillon, sex changes people. We could -- we could end up not even knowing each other.
Dillon: That is not going to happen to us. And by the way, I have seen your eyes when we have gotten close. I have felt your heartbeat go faster and faster and faster because you wanted it, too, didn't you?
Georgie: I've changed my mind. I -- I know how lame this sounds, but this is really important to me.
Dillon: I -- I remember last summer. We were like -- we were like these two little dorks that didn't make any sense to anybody else but each other. I don't want to lose that. When I met you, somebody finally understood me.
Georgie: So you're ok with not having sex?
Dillon: Yeah. If -- you know what? If it's -- if it's a choice between losing my best friend and hooking up, I say best friends all the way. That's what I say.
Georgie: So we're back to where we started?
Dillon: Summer 2003.
Dillon: Yeah. Cool.
Georgie: You know, I -- I left something at Kellyís. I should pick it up before they close.
Dillon: Oh. Ok.
Georgie: Ok. Bye, Dillon.
Dillon: Bye, Georgie.
Lois: The worst part is if I didn't push Brookie so hard, she might actually want to sing. But, no, I get in her face every chance I get. You know, it's no wonder she calls me "Momzilla."
Lorenzo: Hey, you want what's best for your daughter. No one can fault you for that.
Lois: I'm a disaster as a mother.
Lorenzo: You know, something tells me you've never been a disaster in your life.
Lois: You barely know me.
Lorenzo: I trust my instincts. Besides, would a stage mom be sitting in the park alone, "suffering from allergies," after she just had a fight with her child?
Lois: I don't know. I've been pretty much on my own since I left Benson Hurst, and I really miss my family. Because my ma -- she would know what to do.
Lorenzo: I'm sure your daughter feels the same way. It wouldn't surprise me if, on some level, she's afraid that she won't live up to your expectations.
Lois: I never thought of it that way. How did you get so smart about the teenage brain?
Lorenzo: I'm trying to raise a teenager myself. I've made plenty of mistakes with Sage. I just try to learn from one and move on to the next.
Lois: You're good, you know that? Very slick, very smooth, very dangerous. Let us never forget dangerous. But underneath all that, you're a pretty bright guy. And I don't mean the Oxford education.
Faith: Sorry to break up this greeting card moment, but Lorenzo and I have business to discuss.
Ric: Deputy, I can't allow you to walk Ms. McCall out of here without her seeing her legal counsel. It's a little thing called the sixth amendment.
Deputy: She's already been convicted of murder. She's been on the run for years.
Ric: I understand that, deputy, but she's in my jurisdiction now. I can't allow you to just walk all over her legal rights.
Deputy: You know, there are a lot of angry people back in South Carolina, Mr. Lansing. We're tired of waiting to put this woman behind bars.
Ric: I understand that. I understand that. Look, if you just allow me to do my job, there will be no chance for an appeal, ok?
Alexis: I'm here to see my client, Sam McCall.
Ric: You know, I'm not surprised that you took the case. You and Sam have a lot in common.
Faith: Did you get any of my 10 messages?
Lorenzo: I have nothing to say to you, Faith.
Faith: This is serious. It's about business.
Lois: Speaking of, I need to stop in at L&B. Thanks again for listening.
Faith: I am sorry to be pushy, but my life is on the line here.
Lorenzo: Yeah, my life was on the line when your shooter Nico tried to kill me.
Faith: I explained that, Lorenzo. I told him not to hit you, and right now I'm really glad I did because I need to borrow your jet. It's time I leave town, permanently.
Lorenzo: Unbelievable. I won't be going out of my way to save your life.
Faith: $5 million and my whole Port Charles operation in exchange for a ride.
Lorenzo: No. Don't need your money. You're on your own.
Jax: I know how much you care about your father, so I just wanted him to understand my intentions.
Courtney: The only one who needs to understand your intentions is me.
Mike: I'm worried about you, Courtney. Jax and your brother have hated each other for years, so I --
Courtney: Dad, we have been over this more than once. Ok, I understand that you're worried, and I appreciate your concern, but, you know, I really don't appreciate you making decisions about my life while I'm not in the room.
Jax: Hey, it's a beautiful night. Let me walk you home through the park.
Courtney: No, thanks.
Jax: Ok, fine, then you walk me home, and you can fend off any muggers.
Courtney: Hmm. Somehow I think you can handle yourself, Jax.
Jax: Can we just -- can we just talk?
Courtney: I just -- I really -- I don't have anything left to say.
Jax: Well, I do, so Iíll do the talking. There's something that I want to say to you.
Ric: Well, you got brass, big brother, hiring one former mistress to represent another. Where does Carly fit into all this?
Alexis: All right, now that you've addressed your personal issues, maybe we can talk about the case.
Alexis: You were in there talking about extradition with my client. I didn't have a chance to consult with her. As you know, that's a violation of her rights.
Ric: Yes, Iím well aware of the issues here, counselor --
Alexis: Then stop stalling.
Ric: I'm just trying to get my bearings here. I understand why Sonny wants you to represent Sam, but why did you take the case? Are you extending an olive branch to him? Why would you want to?
Alexis: Your transparent attempt at getting me off balance by bringing up Sonny's name every five seconds is clearly not working.
Alexis: You're going to have to come up with something much better than that if you intend to win.
Ric: Well, you never know. I might surprise you yet.
Sonny: I just wanted to tell you what's going on. I just got to the police station. Alexis is going to represent Sam.
Carly: I need to see you. It's -- it's important.
Sonny: I'll be right there.
Sam: Thanks for coming.
Sonny: Yeah. I'm going to get you out of here. I hired Alexis Davis to represent you.
Sam: Alexis? Ahem -- no offense, Sonny, but Alexis despises me, and she's not that fond of you, either, and I don't know if it's --
Sonny: Yeah, but, Sam, listen to me, ok? She loves to win, and she loves to beat Ric Lansing even more. Apparently, he put Skye Quartermaine in prison, and she wants to even the score.
Sam: Ok, but I've already been convicted.
Sonny: There are ways around that. All right? Alexis can get the verdict vacated, but you can't tell her that you're guilty like you did with Justus. Do you understand what Iím saying?
Sam: Yeah. I'm just -- I'm supposed to lie to my lawyer?
Sonny: All you're supposed to do is stay quiet and calm and let Alexis do her job. She wants Ricís head on a silver platter, and she's going to get you acquitted in the process.
Alexis: I've already filed for a writ of habeas corpus. My client is entitled an extradition hearing before Mr. Lansing thinks he can deport her out of the state, which means she's not going anywhere.
Ric: Oh, Sonny, do me a favor. Would you thank Carly for me? We would've never found Sam if it wasn't for her.
Lois: Hmm. Twice in one night.
Lorenzo: I saw your car outside. I wanted to apologize for how Faith treated you earlier.
Lois: Truthfully, I'm glad she showed up when she did, because it reminded me that no matter how charming you are, you are still a gangster.
Lorenzo: Has it occurred to you that you're judging me as unfairly as your daughter judges you?
Georgie: Brook. Brook, I am so glad I found you.
Brook Lynn: Hey, Dillon -- he was looking for you earlier --
Georgie: Yeah, yeah, I found him.
Brook Lynn: Ok. You guys cool?
Georgie: Things between Dillon and I are worse than ever.
[Knock on door]
Dillon #2: Men and women can't be friends. You know that.
Dillon: This is new.
Dillon #2: Georgie is playing hard-to-get. You tell her what she wants to hear, and then you get to it. When that is accomplished, it will be all action, all the time. You know that's what you want.
Dillon #3: Oh, Dillon, me boy. What you want is to be respecting Georgieís wishes. Abstinence is in. Everybody's doing it. Abstinence, after all, is the path to righteousness.
Jax: Hey, hey, I suggested that we walk through the park to enjoy the beautiful night. What's the hurry?
Courtney: No offense, Jax, but I really just want to put this whole day behind me.
Jax: I understand. I said something earlier I wish I could take back.
Courtney: Hey, it was an accident, ok? They happen all the time. There's no point in overthinking it.
Jax: I like you, Courtney. I don't want to back away from what's happening between us.
Courtney: Look, Jax, I like you, too. But this relationship, if you can call it that -- it's just going too fast, ok? I mean, we're supposed to be having fun, and now you're making declarations to my dad?
Jax: No, I just wanted Mike to know where I stand, that's all.
Courtney: Well, what about where I stand?
Jax: Well, you've made that pretty clear. You don't want to have a committed relationship because you can't have children of your own. But you shouldn't rule out the possibility of falling in love and getting married and having a family.
Courtney: Ok, now you're getting a little ahead of yourself.
Jax: You know, for someone who says they don't want people making decisions for them; you've certainly made a few choices for me.
Courtney: What are you talking about?
Jax: When I thought that Samís baby was mine, I thought about having a family of my own.
Courtney: Yeah, I know, I know. And, look, I know I joked with you about it, but Iíve gotten to known you and I've realized you would be a really great father.
Jax: Well, I hope so, but the point is, is that I wouldn't need to be the biological father.
Courtney: Well, why wouldn't you be?
Jax: It's not only your decision to make.
Courtney: Jax, what --
Jax: You know what? I think that you're trying to use your condition to back away from this relationship. I'm not going to let you do that.
Ric: You know, the smartest thing you could have ever done was resign as my brother's attorney, but here you are again, covering up his latest mess.
Alexis: Well, it must be history repeating itself day because here you are being so obsessed with him that's going to cost you yet another case.
Ric: Oh, no, I can't lose, Alexis. Sam set fire to a house and killed her own mother. The judgment's already in.
Alexis: You know, I've gone over the preliminary documentation of that trial. That trial was unbelievably sloppy. It may not be that difficult to overturn it.
Ric: You going to slow up the extradition process so we can spend all this quality time together?
Alexis: I'm going to petition for bail so that Sam can wait out the extradition process at home instead of in lockup. If you fight that petition, I will crucify you in the press.
Ric: Oh, no! Don't worry. I can handle the reporters.
Alexis: You'll be railroading a pregnant woman.
Ric: Oh, so what's this about, huh? Solidarity? You and Sam are single mothers raising a child on your own?
Alexis: She's a citizen with rights.
Ric: This is personal for you, Alexis, I can see it. The thing that I can't understand is, what do the two of you have in common, other than the fact that you slept with my brother?
Sonny: Sorry I took so long.
Carly: There's something I have to tell you. Listen, I'm the one who -- I called Bailey's Beach Police Department. I told them that Sandra McIntire was Sam McCall and that she was in Port Charles, and I am the reason that the police went to Jasonís place.
Sonny: I thought you might be.
Carly: I thought I was protecting my family. I thought we would all be a lot safer if she was in prison, but then Jason went and he took her to the safe house, and then I realized you were going to do anything you could to protect her, so I left if alone.
Carly: Until you told me that the baby was yours, and then I went to see Sam this morning. And it was right after I bumped into Ric in the -- in the park.
Sonny: The police follow you?
Carly: I -- I didn't know they were watching me, but obviously, they were. That's how they -- they caught her. But I need you to know -- I need you to know that I did not intend for her to caught. It was an accident, I swear. And I just wanted you to know.
Sonny: I'm glad you told me. I believe you.
Dillon #2: Look, I got some ladies to see. You want my advice or not?
Dillon #3: Clearly not. Dillon's a good boy. He knows saving himself for marriage is a gift to his wife.
Dillon #2: Hmm. Some gift.
Dillon #3: You're better than this hopeless sinner, Dillon.
Dillon #2: Dillon, look at me. You said it yourself -- Georgie wanted it from you. I mean, how many times did she try to sleep with you? First it was in the bedroom, but Sage was under the bed, and then her mom busts in. You have to hide in the closet.
Dillon #3: Those impediments were divine providence. They happened for a reason.
Dillon #2: Georgie wants to feel hot, sexy, wanted. You take her to bed; she'll feel like a star.
Dillon #3: There are much better ways for Dillon and Georgie to spend their time together. They could have a picnic or play volleyball.
Dillon #2: Dillon and Georgie are in high school. The second they start having sex, they're going to be doing it every day after eighth period and five times on weekends. Now, you tell me that that doesn't sound delicious.
Dillon #3: Dillon is wiser than you. He knows love is pure.
Dillon #2: Yeah, maybe in the movies, but this is real life.
Dillon: Ok, all right, ok, stop. You know what? There's nothing wrong -- get out, out! There's nothing wrong with wanting to sleep with somebody that you love, ok?
Georgie: Dillon said all the right things, but I can tell he's miserable if we don't sleep together. And how can I blame him? You know, I mean, what kind of girlfriend doesn't want to hold hands or kiss or -- Brook? Brook?
Brook Lynn: What?
Georgie: Are you even listening to me?
Brook Lynn: Um -- yeah. Do you know that guy? The one my mom's talking to?
Lorenzo: I'm not at all the sinister criminal you've convinced yourself that I am.
Lois: Well, you certainly are more polished than the neighborhood guys from certain families, but you are so obviously connected. It rolls out of you in waves.
Lorenzo: Look, I'm a bachelor and an entrepreneur who's in over his head with a niece that honestly I consider sending to a convent twice a week.
Lois: Sage probably worships you.
Lorenzo: It's because I can't say no. I spoil her.
Lois: Every girl likes to be spoiled.
Lorenzo: Hmm. Even you?
Jax: I didn't mean to be insensitive when I joked about us having beautiful children.
Courtney: Well, I mean, it's not like I wanted to have a family right away. You know, I mean, yeah, I wanted children and I was looking forward to it, and now it can't happen.
Jax: Yeah, well, no matter what injury you suffered, your heart's still open. And when you decide to share yourself again, he's going to be one lucky guy. I'm not saying it's going to be me. I'm just -- I want to keep that option open. So, just for the record, you not being able to get pregnant has no bearing on my feelings for you.
Courtney: That was blunt.
Jax: Did I offend you?
Courtney: No, no, not at all. And actually, it feels good to just have everything out in the open.
Jax: Does that mean we can keep seeing each other?
Courtney: Of course. You know, I still have that bet to win.
Jax: Oh, that's right, the bet, of course. I better concentrate on winning that.
Courtney: Good night, Jax.
Jax: Good night.
Faith: Hi. I need a man with money, a pilot's license, and his own jet. And since you're into blondes these days, you should be happy to service me.
Alexis: The extradition's been postponed.
Ric: Well, I'm impressed.
Alexis: I'm just getting started. You might want to practice losing on every conceivable level.
Ric: Boy, you sure are passionate about this.
Alexis: Well, victory gets my heart pumping.
Ric: Well, I wouldn't get ahead of myself if I were you. See, Iím going to come at you with everything I got. Expect the unexpected.
Alexis: Expect to lose.
Sam: So, they said I'm not getting transferred?
Alexis: You're going to be having an extradition hearing. I'm sorry I wasn't able to consult with you.
Sam: I'm just surprised you're here at all.
Alexis: I don't like the idea of a pregnant woman being in prison.
Sam: Look, when I testified at the custody hearing, you made me look like trash. How can you just turn around and represent me now?
Alexis: What difference does it make to you?
Sam: Well, you're defending me, so Sonny will owe you. Why do you have to have him in your debt?
Carly: Thank you for believing me.
Sonny: Of course I believe you. You're my wife, and I love you.
Carly: I love you, too.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Alexis: I question your motives, not the other way around.
Faith: I have nothing to lose. Can you say the same?
Emily: You're working here again?
Mary: I have to rebuild my life. That includes trying again with Nikolas.
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