General Hospital Transcript Friday 7/30/04
Provided by BooProofread by Brian
[Note: Some of the dialogue was paraphrased because the ATI device was not working properly]
Singers: Girls in the house say what? This is how we do it, like oh, yeah girls in the house say oh, yeah this is how we do it, like
Brook Lynn: So we need to work on, you know, the lip-synching --
Brook Lynn: And the dance moves and --
Georgie: Yeah, but what about, like, costumes?
Brook Lynn: Well, you have Dillon --
Dillon: You taped it.
Lois: Of course, sweetie. It's a study tool.
Dillon: I look -- well, I don't know -- "ridiculous" comes to mind, although I'm sure there are other words.
Lois: Well, not according to Simon.
Brook Lynn: You talked to him?
Georgie: Does he think we're good?
Lois: Yes, and you're going to be in the Grrrl Power competition --
Sage: Get out!
Lois: Pending a group interview, which is scheduled to take place this afternoon.
Dillon: Wait, hold on. Hold -- stop. Question. When you say "group," you mean --
Lois: Oh, yeah, I know you're not going to like hearing this, but we need you back in drag.
Dillon: No. I'm -- there's no possible way.
[Knock on door]
Sam: Come in. Monica.
Sam: I'm so sorry. I -- I should've been in touch with you.
Monica: Oh, well, I'm sure you've been very busy. Everything's been happening so fast. So, I understand that Sonny is the father of your child.
Sam: It's a long, complicated story.
Monica: Oh, hey, I'm sure it is, and it's none of my business. I just want to know one thing. Did you deceive Jason about being the father, or were the two of you in on this together having a laugh at everyone's expense?
Ric: Carly. Let me hazard a guess. You're here to see Sam.
Carly: Why I'm here is none of your business
Ric: No, I'm the D.A.; Sam is a convicted murderer. It's very much my business to make sure she goes to prison. And you, sweetheart, are in a position to help.
Carly: And why would I do that?
Ric: Well, if not for anything else, to help yourself, of course.
Sonny: Hey. What are you doing here? Huh? Remember me? Sonny? We were looking at babies at the hospital? You're such a cute girl. You didn't come here by yourself. Where's your mama? Is your mama around here?
Kristina: Mama here.
Sonny: Mama here? Where?
Sonny: All right, come here. Ah.
Viola: Kris-- oh, thank goodness. I swear, I turn away for one second and she's out the door.
Sonny: I know -- I know how kids are. I got two boys of my own. One's always running off, you know.
Sonny: I thought it would be different with girls, but --
Sonny: Looks like it'll be the same thing.
Viola: You expecting a daughter?
Sonny: Yeah, yeah.
Viola: Oh, congratulations.
Sonny: Thank you, thank you.
Alexis: Sonny? What -- what's going on here?
Nikolas: If you're here to check up on me, you can see I'm fine.
Lorenzo: I came because I owe you an explanation.
Nikolas: I'm clear on your reasons for canceling the job. You can't afford police scrutiny, and Lucky Spencer has threatened to interfere. It's clear.
Lorenzo: On your behalf.
Nikolas: Don't remind me.
Lorenzo: I understand Luckyís concern. I've been in his shoes. My older brother, Luis, was volatile, reckless. I spent a lot of time trying to save him from himself.
Nikolas: And how about when my uncle was murdered? I still wonder what I could've done differently. Did you try to control your brother? Take decisions out of his hands? Behavior-police him to death?
Lorenzo: No, not intentionally.
Nikolas: Exactly, because you had no right to. And neither does Lucky or -- or his sidekick, Emily, for that matter.
Dillon: Lois, pretending to be a girl was a one-time emergency fill-in for Maxie because she couldn't be here. She needs to be the fourth member of this group, ok?
Lois: Well, Maxieís chance has come and gone because, apparently, Simon was especially taken with -- and I quote -- "The tall drink of water on the end," and that would be you.
Dillon: That's insane, ok? That's nuts!
Lois: I don't know what to tell you. He's eccentric, ok? He likes the way you move. He thinks you have "comedic flair."
Dillon: Oh --
Lois: And he thinks that you are a true entertainer and that you are what made the group stand out.
Brook Lynn: Not my voice?
Dillon: Ok, what makes the group stand out is the fact that I'm a guy, all right? He's going to find that out in two seconds flat when he takes a good look at me, and then all of our hard work is going to go down the drain!
Lois: Feel free to jump in anytime, girls, because Dillon is really the group's hope.
Sage: Dillon, come on, you have to do this. Lois thinks you're the only reason Simon likes us.
Sage: Come on.
Georgie: Dillon, you cannot let everybody --
Georgie: This girl-group thing may have started as a joke, but we're all invested now, and you cannot make Lois look like a flake in front of Simon.
Dillon: Do you have any idea what Lois is going to look like once Simon finds out that his -- his "Tall drink of water" is a dude?
Georgie: We have to make sure that doesn't happen. Trust me, I will make this work.
Sam: Jason did not intend to hurt anyone, least of all you. He just -- he wanted to keep Michaelís family together by any means necessary.
Monica: You were all right with this.
Sam: Sonny's committed to Carly and the boys and I've accepted that, but I am carrying his child and I -- I wanted to stay close to him. For my daughter's sake, I still do, and -- and for mine, I suppose. Anyway, Jason decided to say that he was the father of my daughter; it seemed like a good solution all around. I mean, for starters, he is wonderful with kids. You must know that. And I had my doubts about my ability to raise one. Look, I realize this -- this may seemóto you a bit off but Jason and I just -- we wanted to do what was best for these kids -- Michael, Morgan, and my daughter.
Monica: So, now that the truth is out, what?
Sam: Well, he's away at the moment. I don't know. I mean, I suppose when he gets back, there's -- there's really no reason for us to stay together. I don't assume to know what Jason wants. I mean, he's gone to a lot of trouble for you and this baby. His reasons may be a little more complex.
Ric: Come on, Carly, you hate Sam. Let's not pretend that you donít.
Carly: Ok, don't you pretend that you know me. For your information, Sam has no effect on me one way or the other. Sonny is with me now.
Ric: Right. Well, for now. I don't notice Sam picking up all of her marbles and going home. Maybe she's biding her time.
Carly: Oh, the way that you do?
Ric: Sam seduced Sonny once before, which means he was attracted. Let's not forget she is pregnant with his child. A little dark-haired, pink bundle of joy? I'm sure that a child is going to have an effect on Sonny. Sam will make sure of it. The only foolproof way for you to protect your marriage is to make sure that Sam goes to jail for the crime that we both know she committed.
Carly: Ric, the last I heard, Sam was cleared by some convict on death row in Texas.
Ric: Yeah, and I'm sure she's going to be very grateful to Sonny for orchestrating that. I can only imagine how she's going to show her gratitude. So help me to prove that Sam is guilty and that that convict's confession is not worth the paper itís written upon.
Alexis: Hi, sweetie pea. Oh, hi, baby. Oh, I'm surprised to see you here. Unless, of course, you came for --
Viola: Yeah, it's on the way home from the park. We normally stop for cookies.
Alexis: Cookies, right, yeah.
Sonny: So, Kristina? Hey. Hey. Does she like chocolate chip? Do you like chocolate chip? Oatmeal? What, what, what? It's my treat.
Alexis: She likes -- that's ok -- she likes chocolate chip, and I'll -- I'll bring one home and I think itís
about time for her nap, so --
Alexis: I don't want to get you tired, ok? Mommy see you later? Give kiss?
Viola: All right, you heard your mommy.
Alexis: Thank you, love.
Viola: Ok, come on. Say goodbye, Kristina. Bye-bye.
Alexis: Bye, sweetie. I'll see you later, ok?
Viola: Say, "Bye-bye, mama."
Sonny: Donít worry, I'm not going to steal her.
Dillon: Why am I doing this? Can you remind me?
Georgie: Because you are a guy that likes to help his friends.
Dillon: Uh -- I'm a guy that's an idiot. I love you. I -- I really love you, and you know that I would do anything for you, but this is too much! Come on, look at that!
Georgie: No -no no, no!
Dillon: That's -- agh!
Georgie: I know you hate this, but if we win this competition, it'll be all because of you.
Dillon: That's my point, Georgie -- we're not going to win. We're not. I've seen these shows, all right? And they always throw some big, fat loser into the mix so that everybody can have something to make fun of, that's going to be us. That's going to be me. And if by -- by some miracle the audience is too dense or too blind to realize that I am a guy, then they're still going to think I'm the ugliest girl on the face of the planet. And you know what? They're going to be right! I -- I think that I'm reasonably self-confident. You know, I think that I have a healthy ego, a pretty good sense of humor, but this -- this, Georgie, is just -- is just humiliating beyond recognition, ok?
Lorenzo: Emily and Lucky have a right to question my motives.
Nikolas: Well, Iíve -- you admitted that you originally intended to use me. Are you using me right now?
Lorenzo: No. There's no way to prove it.
Nikolas: I haven't asked you to. Don't worry about Emily and Lucky. They have no say in what I do.
Lorenzo: You're going to have a hard time convincing them, your brother and your fiancťe. Ties don't go much deeper.
Nikolas: To them maybe, not to me. "Brother," "fiancťe" -- they're just words with no feelings attached. It certainly doesn't give them the license to make choices for me.
Lorenzo: Well, if you don't mind my saying so, your reaction appears to go beyond your defending your territory. You bitterly resent Emily and Lucky?
Nikolas: They lied to me. Come on.
Lorenzo: Is that the real reason?
Nikolas: No. Every time I see hope in their eyes followed by disappointment because I can't -- because I can't remember or be who they want, I feel like a failure, and I don't like to fail.
Sonny: I have no intention of stealing your nanny for Sam. Will you take it easy? You're making me nervous here. What's wrong with you?
Alexis: Speaking of Sam --
Alexis: I took this case when you asked me to take it.
Alexis: Which means that you owe me the truth, correct?
Sonny: About what?
Alexis: This miraculous, not to mention timely, death-row confession that exonerates Sam. You couldn't arrange that better yourself. So did you?
Sonny: Itís nothing that I had a part in.
Alexis: So then you don't want to look a gift horse in the mouth, right? You owe me the courtesy to not lie to my face. Did you arrange that confession?
Sonny: I had nothing to do with it. I give you my word.
Ric: Sam set that house fire. She deserves to pay for it.
Carly: Um -- and wasn't it, what, just yesterday you were trying to convince people that you would move mountains so Sam wouldn't have to give birth to her baby in prison.
Carly: Yeah, so what changed, Ric?
Ric: Well, a false confession came in. See, I was prepared to give Sam the benefit of the doubt. I was not going to railroad a pregnant woman or violate her rights in any way just because she happens to be the pregnant girlfriend of my despised brother. But it seems that some death-row convict comes up with a confession probably to buy the family that he left behind a nice life, but that's not ok with me. Look, I don't want to nail Sonny. I don't care if he arranged this whole confession or not. I'm not going to nail him for obstruction or anything else. I just need to know that it's false. I'm not going to let Sam play me for a fool.
Carly: What do you want from me?
Ric: A name, canceled check -- anything to show that Jason or anybody else that works for Sonny made a trip to Texas. Anything to disprove the confession.
Carly: And in return, what?
Ric: Well, you get Sam McCall out of your life for good.
Carly: All right, I'll help you.
Dillon: Ah --
Georgie: Will you hold still? You're going to get a big glob of this in your eye, and you don't want that.
Dillon: Well --
Georgie: Thank you.
Dillon: How do you do this? How do you go through this torture every day? I mean, who decided that women have to wear war paint?
Georgie: A man, probably. You know what? It doesn't matter because it is a fact that every teenage girl has to do it.
Dillon: Has to?
Georgie: Yes, has to. Otherwise, they risk being teased or ostracized.
Dillon: Ok. I don't know if that's true, but --
Georgie: Oh, yeah, it is. Look, I used to try and make this statement -- you know, "Here I am, Georgie Jones, warts and all." No makeup, geeky clothes. Everyone used to think I was a freak. Ok. Then Maxie teaches me a few tricks, and, presto, I'm not so lame anymore. I actually, you know, fit in. Of course, I didn't fit in like someone like Sage, but --
Dillon: You know, if you want to doll yourself up to make yourself feel better or prettier, that's fine, but you're perfect just the way you are.
Sage: It's about time. What took you so long?
Lorenzo: What happened to, "Hi, Uncle Lorenzo, thanks for meeting me"?
Sage: Yeah, that, too. Anyway, the most amazing has just happened. Lois has entered me and two -- well, I guess three other girls in the Grrrl Power competition. And I guess the main guy, judge -- whatever -- he actually likes us.
Lorenzo: Whoa, slow down. I never agreed to let you sing as part of a group, much less enter some contest.
Sage: Lois arranged it. And it's more than just a competition. It's the next, like, nationwide search for the next big girl group.
Lorenzo: Lois should've contacted me before she made any commitments for you.
Sage: You're not going to pull me out of the group, are you?
Lorenzo: I don't know yet. I'm going to head over to L&B, have a discussion with Lois, and then I'll make a decision, ok? I love you. I'll see you later. Ahem. I don't mean to interrupt.
Emily: Then donít.
Lorenzo: I know you're worried about Nikolas.
Emily: I really don't want to discuss Nikolas with you.
Lorenzo: Fine. We don't have to have a conversation. I just want to reassure you that while Nikolas is angry and resentful, he's not self-destructive.
Emily: You're wasting your breath, Mr. Alcazar. Nikolas may believe that you're his best friend, or at the very least, someone with his interests at heart. I never will.
Helena: Nikolas? What on earth are you doing?
Nikolas: I was just about to ask you the same thing.
Ric: Oh, I read over the transcript of the convict's confession. It's -- it's authentic enough, but I don't think it's going to hold up under scrutiny. I'm going to have to order a thorough investigation.
Alexis: I'm sure the court would require it a matter of course.
Ric: Well, that doesn't seem to faze you.
Alexis: I believe the confession is authentic.
Ric: Come on, you don't seriously believe that?
Alexis: I can and I do. Sonny gave me his word.
Carly: Hey. You must be feeling pretty good right now, huh?
Sam: Yeah, are you kidding me? I'm a nervous wreck right now. My extradition hearing is in a couple of hours, and I'm just --
Carly: It's pretty much a formality at this point, though, right? Thanks to Jason and Sonny, they got some death-row inmate to confess to your crime. Convict takes your guilt to the grave, and you get to have your baby in peace.
Sam: Right, right. I will believe that when I see it, though.
Carly: It'll happen. I mean, Jason and Sonny, they explained to you how they pulled it off, right?
Sam: Yeah, Sonny -- Sonny said that they contacted one lawyer who put him in touch with the attorney who represented the convict.
Carly: Right -- go-betweens so the confession can't be traced back.
Carly: And the prisoner's dead, so he can't retract it. See? You are home free. Oh -- what was the name of that lawyer again, the one that worked on Sonny's end with the --
Sonny: Carly? What are you doing here?
Nikolas: The Cassadine holdings are in my name, and I don't owe you an explanation for what I do with them.
Helena: Well, I disagree with you, Nikolas. You know, when everyone thought that you were dead, there was a reading of your will. And it was absurd that you left everything to two young children.
Nikolas: Well, from what I understand, they're my sister and my cousin.
Helena: Two girls under the age of 10. Oh, Nikolas, they're hardly capable of making financial decisions.
Nikolas: Well, then you must be overwhelmingly reassured that I'm alive and well and back in control.
Helena: I can see that your time away under the false belief that you were someone else has certainly not lessened your stubborn streak. Oh, Nikolas. Nikolas, you need help. You need guidance.
Nikolas: Let me guess. That's where you come in.
Helena: Well, I have certainly all of the expertise that you need.
Nikolas: Expertise? I don't need expertise. I can hire expertise. You see, I've been doing a little -- a little research on my so-called life. Cassadine Industries is on the brink of ruin because you -- you bankrupted the estate to finance some -- some bizarre plan a few years ago that was supposed to accomplish what, exactly? You know what? Never mind. Never mind, I don't want to know. The point is -- the point is you're a liability that I want nothing to do with, and I'll rebuild my fortune on my own, thank you.
Helena: Well, obviously, you're not thinking clearly.
Nikolas: Well, not everything I've been told about Nikolas Cassadine has turned out to be accurate. But one thing is true -- you're a menace. And I don't know much about the grandson that you're used to, but this one has no qualms about protecting himself.
Helena: Well, you're wrong about me. Well, I can see that there's no point in trying to convince you of your error. So, Nikolas, we will -- we'll resolve this at another time, in another way.
Elizabeth: It's Nikolas, right?
Emily: Yeah. What else is new?
Elizabeth: Oh, honey, tell me what's going on.
Emily: It doesn't matter. You know, tell me -- tell me about you. How's -- how's little Cameron?
Elizabeth: Oh, he's perfect.
Emily: Yeah? Aw.
Elizabeth: But I know you didn't ask to meet for coffee to talk about him, Em. Emily, I'm worried about Nikolas, too. Tell me what's going on.
Emily: It keeps getting worse. He, Nikolas, is -- he's so mad. He's so resentful of everyone he used to love.
Elizabeth: Yeah, well, from his point of view, all those people lied to him.
Emily: See, maybe "resentment" isn't a strong enough word. Nikolas feels betrayed, and he's decided that the best way to punish us is to make himself the opposite of the Nikolas we knew. And if that means making dangerous choices, then so much the better.
Elizabeth: Well, I assume you've tried talking to him?
Emily: Yeah. So has Lucky. But, you know, it only upsets him, it feels like control, and the only person Nikolas really seems to trust is -- are you ready for this? -- Lorenzo Alcazar.
Elizabeth: Well, that's not good.
Emily: Yeah. He was just here acting like Nikolas' best friend, presuming to reassure me, and I just wanted to scratch his eyes out, Elizabeth, but I canít. I have to stand back and let whatever happens happen.
Elizabeth: Are you sure?
Emily: See, if I keep bugging Nikolas -- and that's how he sees it -- then he'll feel compelled to do the exact opposite of what I want just to prove his point.
Emily: And with Alcazar lurking around, it's a recipe for disaster, so I have to back off. It's the only choice.
Elizabeth: Well, then that's what you'll do.
Emily: Yeah. Now if I could just figure out what to do with the love.
Dillon: This is ridiculous. This isn't going to work, right? I mean, I look like -- like -- I am. You know, I'm a geeky dude wearing women's clothing. It's -- he's going to see it, and then he's --
Lois: Actually, I think you look great.
Dillon: Please don't say that.
Lois: It's an amazing transformation. Good job, Georgie.
Georgie: Well, thank you.
Brook Lynn: Ma, Dillonís look -- it actually won't matter if nobody believes what he's singing. So we have a lot of lip-synching to work on.
Georgie: And the choreography could use a little work.
Brook Lynn: Yeah.
Sage: Lois, my uncle is right behind me, and he has some concerns about this group.
Lois: He's not pulling you out?
Sage: I don't know! He might!
Lois: You know what? Forget it. Say no more. Everybody, gather round. Whatever happens, do not make eye contact with Alcazar, ok?
Brook Lynn: Ma, what are you doing?
Lois: What am I doing? I'm going to get Alcazar out of here is what I'm going to do. Listen, I hope I'm back before Simon arrives, but if not, do the interview.
Brook Lynn: No.
Lois: If he wants you to run through the song, do that, too. Do whatever he wants, ok?
Brook Lynn: Wait, you can't leave us to --
Lois: You wanted to be in charge; you're in charge.
Lois: Just handle it. Hey. Hi.
Lois: Sage already filled me in. She said you're having concerns about the girl-group concept? Well, I am here to assuage all your doubts, but not here.
Lorenzo: Why not?
Lois: Well, because the girls need the studio to rehearse. That's why.
Lorenzo: Well, I wouldn't mind watching. It'd give me a feel for what's going on.
Lois: Uh -- no. No, because they're not ready to be seen, not by a long shot. So why don't I take you up on that rain check for that drink that you offered me?
Lorenzo: You know, I don't recall a rain check ever exchanging hands.
Lois: When a lady is dying of thirst, it's rude to play hard-to-get. Let's go. Ahem. Bye, guys -- girls.
Brook Lynn: Ugh! You understand that this is a disaster waiting to happen, right?
Dillon: No kidding, Sherlock.
Ric: You know, I pegged you for a lot of things, but not willfully naive.
Alexis: You know, I don't expect you to understand this because you've probably never had one in your entire life, but there was a time when Sonny and I were friends, and there was a bond of mutual respect.
Ric: You are kidding yourself.
Alexis: Like I said, I didn't expect you to understand that.
Ric: Alexis, you are a lawyer. For God's sakes, start acting like one. This confession stinks.
Alexis: That may be true, but Sonny didn't procure it. I know when he's lying, I know when he's not, and he is not able to look me in the eye and lie to me. He gave me his word.
Ric: And you bought that? That's amazing to me. But after everything that has happened, after all of the evidence contrary to that, you still choose to delude yourself into thinking that this is a flawed but honorable man? I'd check that impulse, Alexis. You don't matter to Sonny on any level. You are useful to him, and that's why he is telling you what you want to hear.
Alexis: Your bias is showing. You want him to be a heartless liar. You want him to be guilty. Accept that the confession is true. Sam is innocent, Ric. Let it go.
Sam: It's just that this has been my life for so long, I can't imagine what it would be like to stop running -- I mean, to not have the shadow of my mother's death hanging over me. I'm just -- I'm really grateful to the man who made this possible.
Carly: Yeah, well, it isn't over yet. We still have a hearing to go through.
Sonny: If the confession holds up, Sam will be exonerated.
Carly: Yeah. Listen, Sonny, we got to go. We got to get Michael from day camp.
Sonny: Can you do me a favor, pick him up? I got to -- I got to go over something here.
Sonny's voice: If the confession holds up, Sam will be exonerated.
Brook Lynn: Great. You know, just great, Sage. Now my ma is hanging out with your gangster uncle -- exactly what I didn't want.
Sage: Whoa. What did you call my uncle?
Brook Lynn: Uh, a gangster. Come on. You know, the only reason why I agreed to this stupid girl-band thing was so my ma would put her focus on my career and not your uncle.
Sage: Lois could do a lot worse. My Uncle Lorenzo happens to be a wonderful person.
Brook Lynn: Great.
Brook Lynn: Go let him be wonderful to somebody else's ma, because mine's off limits, ok, or this is me walking.
Dillon: Sounds like a plan.
Georgie: No, no, no, you can't! Brook Lynn, please.
Brook Lynn: No -- look, I'm serious, ok? Unless you agree to help discourage your uncle from dating my ma, this is over.
Sage: Brook, do you truly not see yourself trying to control your ma's life just like you're always accusing her of controlling yours?
Georgie: Hi, Mr. Niles. Um -- it's -- it's great to see you, but Lois isn't here right now. But if -- if you're ready to go, then we can run the song again.
Simon: Actually, I'd like to spend the time getting to know you girls a little better.
Simon: Starting with you. Tell me about yourself.
Emily: Would I rather have Nikolas remember that he loves me? Yes. Would I prefer that he adore me instead of resent the air I breathe? Of course. But resentment may be all I ever get.
Elizabeth: I am so sorry, Em. This is not fair.
Emily: I know. Nikolas and I were going to be so happy. Elizabeth, we were about to get married. All of our dreams for the future were coming true. Oh, God help me, Elizabeth. I still love him, maybe more than ever. I don't know to make it stop.
Emily: Lucky -- oh.
Lucky: Can I speak to you for a minute?
Elizabeth: Don't get up, because I have to get back to Cameron, ok? We'll talk later.
Emily: See you. Hey, I'm sorry. I -- I didn't know you were there.
Lucky: No. I'm glad I was. I needed to hear how you feel. I owe you an apology, Em.
Sonny: I'm jumping through hoops of fire trying to keep you out of prison. The least you owe me is the truth. Who are you protecting? Who -- who really killed your mother?
Sam: Sonny, I cannot tell you until I'm officially exonerated.
Sonny: You know, you tell Jason stuff. Come on, you don't trust me?
Sam: No --
Sonny: What? What is going on here?
Sam: You know that is not -- that's not true. But if something goes wrong with this confession, if it falls through and I told you who set the fire, you're going to give that person up before you let your daughter be born in prison, right?
Sonny: You're right.
Sam: Well, then, please, I am begging you, let this play out. And when it's over and I'm free, I swear I will tell you. I -- everything, anything. Anything you want to know.
Sonny: Well, I guess you don't leave me a choice. We'll do it your way.
Carly: Ric. I had a visit with Sam.
Ric: You got her to confide in you already? I am impressed.
Sam's voice: I never knew who started the fire, and I couldn't believe it when it turned to be this Texas convict. And I guess he didn't want to die with my mother's murder on his conscience. And thank God he came forward in time. This has been my life for so long, I just -- I can't imagine what it'll be like to stop running, to not have the shadow of my mother's death hanging over me.
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