General Hospital Transcript Monday 8/30/04
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Faith: Hold -- hold your fire, big guy. Just take it easy.
Nikolas: Have you been alone in here the whole time?
Faith: Don't! No, let go of me! Ow! Ow!
Nikolas: Have you seen the killer?
Faith: No --
Edward: Lila, where is Emily? Can you see her?
Heather: [As Lila] Not alone.
Edward: What do you mean, "Not alone"? Is she with the killers? Is she downstairs? Is she outside? Where is she?
Heather: [Normal voice] Oh. Oh. That was so odd. I completely lost track of time. What are you staring at?
Edward: You don't remember?
Heather: Remember what?
Edward: Alice will fill you in. You both stay here. I'm going to try to find Emily. Don't leave the room.
Alice: Boy, that was really good. You almost had me going there for a second.
Heather: What? Look, I've -- I've got some blank spaces here. It would be helpful if you could fill me in.
Alice: Come on. It's just the two of us here. We both know you were faking talking like Mrs. Lila just like you were downstairs.
Heather: Whatever just happened in this room was real. I wasn't faking this time.
Alice: You really expect me to believe that Mrs. Lila was using you to warn Edward that Emily is in danger?
Heather: I know it sounds bizarre, but somehow that's exactly what she was doing.
Woman: No --
Emily: Mary, you have to stop this! You don't know what you're doing!
Mary: You're wrong. Emily, I am saving Connor from you!
Mac: How did you get down to the boathouse?
Faith: Hmm, let's see -- I walked.
Mac: Save the sarcasm. No one's in the mood. Someone must have helped you. Who was it?
Nikolas: That can wait. I asked you a question -- have you seen the killer?
Faith: Nobody here but us chickens.
Nikolas: What --
Faith: No, ok? No, no! I've been here alone!
Dillon: All the boats are accounted for. Nobody left via the lake.
Nikolas: Which means the killer's in the house where Emily is.
Tracy: No, no, no, no, no! You just survived one attack from the maniac. Two of your friends were not so lucky. Clearly, going off on your own is a good way to get killed. I won't allow it.
Alan: And I'm not going to stand around here and let my daughter become bait for a killer!
Mac: Alan, you stay right there. Nikolas may have jumped to a conclusion. He's obviously concerned about Emily, as we all are. But, listen, Tracy made an excellent point -- there is safety in numbers. If we start chasing shadows, we may be playing right into the killer's hands.
Justus: I'd have to agree.
Felicia: Look who decided to join us, unless you're here to meet Faith.
Heather: It's possible that Lila chose to speak through me.
Alice: Oh, yeah, just like it's possible that you're trying to snow me just like you are Edward.
Heather: How would I know that Emily was in danger?
Alice: Well, let's see -- a killer is loose on the property. Hmm -- safe bet.
Heather: All I can tell you is I wasn't pretending.
Alice: You better mean that.
Heather: Is that some sort of veiled threat, Alice? You must be forgetting something. I'll be happy to remind you. I tricked Edward once with your help, which is a fact that Iím sure he would be none too happy about. But he'll never find out about that as long as my secrets are safe, so all Iím saying is --
Alice: The only reason I helped you was because I knew how much Mrs. Lila loved her husband, and I know that she would've wanted him to inherit her money. But let me get this straight -- I have no intention of helping you swindle that vulnerable, grieving widower. And if I lose my job along the line, well, who cares because there's always another one down the road.
Heather: Well, there's no reason for us to take an adversarial tone with one another. We both want the same thing -- what's best for Edward.
Dillon's voice: Grandfather's hearing things.
Brook Lynnís voice: Wait, like, voices in his head?
Dillon's voice: No, no, no, not like -- not like that, I mean, not that he mentioned. I think it's more like noises. He thinks it's grandmother.
Brook Lynn: Well, look, I know how to find out. Let's hold a sťance. Please, don't be afraid. Make your presence be known if you're with us.
Sage: Who's doing that?
Dillon: Spirit, is something bad going to happen? "E -- D-I-E."
Sage: My God. One of us is going to die tonight.
Brook Lynn: Guys, we have to get in contact with the spirit.
Lucas: In case you missed it, Sage was the spirit.
Brook Lynn: No. Look, the only thing she told the truth about was not manipulating the board, ok? That really happened.
Dillon: Trent, you did all the scary stuff, remember?
Trent: No, no, not everything. I swear, ok? Not -- not that.
Brook Lynn: Oh, my God!
Sage: Trent, I didn't run around the house dressed in all black acting all creepy, ok?
Georgie: Ok, you guys get that she's lying, right?
Sage: It wasn't me! The board was right. You've gone mentally ill with jealousy.
Georgie: No, I'm just sick to death of you! Now, get in there!
Sage: Not a chance.
Georgie: No, Sage -- right now!
Sage: You cannot hate me this much!
Georgie: No, really, I can!
Dillon: What'd you do to her, Georgie?
Georgie: I didn't mean it, Mom! I didn't mean it! Sage is dead because of me! It is all my fault, Mom! I killed her!
Felicia: No, don't you say that!
Georgie: Do you think the others have found the killer yet?
Lucas: Georgie, it doesn't matter.
Georgie: How can you say that?
Lucas: Georgie, even if he got away, it's not going to be for long. They're going to -- the storm's going to pass, your dad's going to get here with his forensics team. Georgie, they're going to find fingerprints, D.N.A. evidence, and who knows what else. They're going to find the killer. They're going to identify him and nail him. Ok?
Georgie: I just -- I just don't understand it.
Lucas: I know.
Georgie: I mean, why -- why Sage and why Trent? Because if it was just because they were alone, then their deaths are completely my fault.
Brook Lynn: No. Georgie, look, you -- you have no blame in this, all right? I mean, God, you didn't even want to participate in the stupid sťance anyway. And -- and how were you supposed to know that some crazy freak was walking around knifing people, huh? Look, if anybody is to blame for this, it's me.
Nikolas: Damn it. Open up! It's Nikolas! Come on.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Emily: Hey, you don't have to worry. All right, Nikolas is fine. He's not in any danger.
Mary: Stop calling him that. His name is Connor, and he is in danger from you.
Emily: I know that you loved your husband, Mary, but Connor is dead.
Mary: Stop lying. You're not fooling anybody. Connor knows the truth! I know the truth! You stole him! You tricked him. You held him prisoner in this house, and you filled his brain with lies. I'm going to have to save him from you once and for all, and for that to happen, you're going to have to die.
Emily: If all you want is Nikolas --
Emily: Why did you kill Sage and Trent? What did a couple of teenagers ever do to you?
Mary: It wasn't personal. The guy shouldn't have been there. And he shouldn't have been helping you keep Connor locked up, either. But the girl -- well, I thought she was you. I was pretty sure you were dead. It turns out she was someone helping you keep Connor away from me. That's not going to happen again.
Emily: Mary, Nikolas is mine. He belongs with me.
Mary: Oh, God!
Emily: All right, game over, you crazy bitch!
Mary: Do it. Do it. Kill me. As long as you know Connor will hate you for it.
Mary: Come on.
Felicia: I couldn't help but notice how calm you've been through all of this.
Justus: I'm not an excitable guy. Something wrong with that?
Felicia: Just making an observation. It's been a pretty scary night. You seem to be the only person that's not afraid to come and go at will.
Tracy: That's a good point. Here's another one. Justus showed up saying he needed to find a file. I don't see a file.
Justus: Why would I bring a file to a boathouse?
Mac: Why are you here at all, Justus? You know, it never rang true to me that Faith came to the Quartermaines looking for you. It's more likely you brought her here to hide.
Justus: I'm Faith's attorney, ok? If my client had approached me after fleeing police custody, I would have advised her to turn herself in, and then make appropriate arrangements.
Dillon: Gee whiz! This is all really fascinating, but shouldn't we be concentrating on the fact that there's a killer out, and he's picking us off one by one? What if Nikolas is right? What if he's still in the house?
Lucas: Obviously, Iím not a big believer in the supernatural, but the board was right about somebody dying. Maybe it can tell us something else.
Brook Lynn: It's worth a try.
[Knock on window]
Nikolas: It's Faith in the boathouse. I need to get to Emily.
Lucas: Well, I'm going to come with you.
Nikolas: No, no! No one leaves this room. Lock all the doors, and whatever you do, stay together. The killer's still in the house.
Georgie: What if something horrible has happened to Emily?
Lucas: Well, you and Brook Lynn are going to find out. Ask the board who the killer is, where we can find him, and Iím going to stand guard.
Brook Lynn: Ok.
Edward: She's not anywhere on this floor. I'm going to check her room.
Heather: Not alone. Alice and I are coming with you.
Edward: I'm not going to put you two in danger. The killer could be anywhere in this house. Where is Em? Have you seen her?
Nikolas: She's not down here?
Nikolas: Damn it. Emily! Emily! Oh -- oh, please, God -- please, God, no. No! Come -- come here. Please, Emily -- please -- can you hear me? Oh, thank you. Can you hear me? Emily --
Emily: Oh, God. She got away.
Nikolas: Well, she -- what do you mean, she? What do you mean?
Emily: I tried, but I -- I couldn't stop her.
Nikolas: Her? What -- the killer is a woman? What?
Emily: Nikolas, it's Mary.
Faith: I am perfectly capable of walking. But in case you hadn't noticed, I'm in no condition to make an actual run for it.
Dillon: Has anybody seen Georgie? Is she ok?
Edward: She's fine. She's in the den with Brook Lynn and Lucas, and Nikolas went up to try to find Emily. Lila sent a message through Heather that Emily may be in danger.
Tracy: Oh, please! For pity's sake!
Edward: You know something, Tracy? I don't really give a damn if you believe it or not. I know what I saw and I know what I heard.
Alan: Maybe we ought to check in Emilyís room.
Monica: I wouldn't give credence to any messages channeled through Heather.
Mac: No one goes running off anywhere.
Edward: Well, what do you suggest we do?
Tracy: Are you asking him? Oh, he'll probably tell us to twiddle our thumbs like the rest of his department. Where the hell are they, anyway?
Mac: The first thing I'm going to do is make sure Faith is in a secure location. For all we know, the killer is here.
Faith: Look, I do a lot of things, but I don't kill kids, ok?
Mac: Excuse me if I don't take your word on it.
Faith: Hey, what are you going to do, put me in the freezer? That is where the killer found Sage.
Mac: I want you out of the way until I figure out what the hell is going on in this house!
Faith: Uh -- uh -- uh -- speak up and stop this anytime, o lawyer of mine. I mean, isn't this cruel and unusual punishment or something?
Justus: You know what, Faith? You're on your own. I'm resigning as your lawyer effective immediately.
Faith: You can't do that!
Justus: It's already done. I can't have a client go against my orders repeatedly, then compound the situation by fleeing police custody! You're on your own.
Brook Lynn: Can you tell us the name of the killer?
All: "W -- I -- D -- O -- W."
Georgie: "WIDOW"? That doesn't make any sense.
Brook Lynn: Um -- Edwardís a recent widower.
Georgie: Ok, your grandfather's a little eccentric, but I don't think he would kill anyone.
[Pounding on door]
Dillon: It's me!
Dillon: You ok? You all right?
Georgie: Yeah, I'm fine. I'm just a little freaked.
Dillon: All right.
Brook Lynn: What are you thinking? After everything that happened, why are you running around by yourself?
Dillon: I wanted to see Georgie. You guys know anything?
Lucas: Yeah, Nikolas is convinced the killer's still in the house.
Georgie: We're asking the channeling board for the killer's identity.
Dillon: Georgie, you're scared to death of the thing. Why are you voluntarily using it again?
Georgie: Don't you think it's the least thing I can do? I mean, I was the one who locked Sage in the freezer to be murdered!
Brook Lynn: Look, I've tried to tell her not to blame herself.
Georgie: Sage's uncle is not going to buy that. Once he finds out what happened, I mean, who knows what he's going to do for revenge. The only chance I have is to be able to tell him who killed Sage and why they wanted her dead.
Mac: As soon as the police get here, you'll be transported to the PCPD.
Faith: If I make it that far. I don't suppose you'd want to give me some sort of implement to use as a weapon to defend myself in case the crazed murderer returns to the scene of the crime?
Mac: The only person likely to come looking for you is Justus.
Faith: Were you not paying attention? He just turned his back on me.
Felicia: Justus is a brilliant attorney, and he's very convincing. But that doesn't mean that we believe him.
Faith: You're setting a trap?
Mac: If Justus comes looking for you, we'll know he's been your accomplice.
Emily: She came out of nowhere. One minute I was checking the room for some clue to the killer's identity, and the next she was on me and we struggled, and I managed to grab hold of her mask and I ripped it off, and there -- there was Mary. She had this look in her eyes, Nikolas. She wanted me dead.
Nikolas: You tried to warn me she was insane. I'm so sorry. I should've listened to you.
Emily: No, listen, I may have run upon a few red flags, but I had no idea that she was that far gone. And never for one moment did I think that she was violent and capable of cold-blooded murder.
Nikolas: Ok. She wanted you out of the way. She thought she'd be removing her last obstacle to me. But why Sage and Trent? Why'd she kill them? Those kids were no threat to her.
Emily: Mary thought I was Sage. I mean, she didn't even care that she'd killed two innocent teenagers. I mean, she'd convinced herself that everyone in the house was conspiring with me to keep Connor away from her.
Emily: Nikolas, Mary still believes that you're her husband. She thinks that I'm holding you prisoner, and she will stop at nothing to free you.
Nikolas: I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry.
Emily: It's not your fault.
Nikolas: No, I wanted to trust her. I agreed to let her help us.
Emily: Well, there's no way that you could have known.
Nikolas: I just -- I can't believe it. I mean, you -- you say it was her, so I know it's true, but she seemed to be gentle, loving, even. Terribly misguided, but it seemed to be a product of her grief. I just -- I can't see how she could kill anyone.
Emily: She's mentally ill.
Nikolas: I think it's more than that. Something -- something turned her violent like this.
Emily: Maybe -- maybe it's despair, you know? Maybe she realized that she'd truly lost you, and her mind just snapped.
Nikolas: I don't like thinking that I could drive someone to madness.
Emily: It's not you.
Nikolas: I thought she was my wife. I said all the things that I was supposed to. I told her that I loved her; I told her that I wouldn't leave her.
Emily: Because she lied about who you were.
Nikolas: I know. I'm just trying to see this from her point of view. You know, she was lonely, she was grieving. And you know what? I know what that feels like. Because when we were afraid that you weren't going to survive the cancer, I didn't want to think about the rest of my life without you.
Emily: Right. So -- so Maryís grieving, and suddenly you show up at her door, and now there's hope. It's a new chance at love, and all she has to do is lie.
Nikolas: But after a while, I don't think it was a lie anymore. I think she convinced herself that what she and I had was real, and I didn't help matters any by asking her to remarry me. The only reality that Mary can live with right now is the one that she created, where she and I belong to each other. When I turned away from Mary, she tried to win me back. She thought she still had a chance because of how angry I was at you.
Emily: And when we reconciled, then she lost any realistic hope of being with you.
Nikolas: So she created an alter reality, one where I was still her husband, a reality where you were holding me prisoner and she had to save me. If I believed that you were being held prisoner somewhere by someone, I would do whatever is necessary to free you. And that includes wanting whatever person or persons were responsible dead.
Emily: So Maryís not giving up?
Nikolas: I wouldn't, and neither would you. Mary couldn't save her dead husband, Connor, so now she's trying to save me.
Emily: By killing me. So, what do we do next?
Nikolas: Hmm. Go downstairs, I guess. Tell everyone what happened. I wonder if Maryís still in the house.
Emily: Well, she knows that -- that she's been discovered. And she -- she might be too far gone now, you know, to understand the risk, so maybe she's just going to stay close and keep trying to get after you.
Nikolas: I should've never left you alone like that in here after I knew Dillon -- what happened to him --
Emily: It's ok.
Nikolas: No, no, it's not. She almost killed you. She almost killed you. And I know that I'm just trying to see this from her perspective and be logical, but all I can see is you lying on this floor. She almost killed you, Emily, and that can't happen again, ok? I don't give a damn how sick she is. She needs to be stopped. And I'll kill her before I let her hurt you again.
Felicia: We'll keep Faith in the freezer until she can be transported to the PCPD.
Tracy: If the cops ever arrive to do it.
Mac: The storm is dying down. I'm going to call it in and get an E.T.A.
Felicia: Meanwhile, everybody has to try to stay calm.
Monica: Well, that shouldn't be too difficult. It won't be the first time a homicidal maniac has wandered around these grounds.
Alan: Well, at least this time it's not one of us.
Tracy: And is that supposed to be funny?
Alan: Sweetheart, thank God you're here!
Monica: Emily, are you all right?
Nikolas: She's fine.
Edward: She's bleeding. Lila was right on the money. The killer went after Emily.
Alan: Is that what happened?
Emily: Yes, but Iím -- I'm all right. The cut isn't very deep.
Mac: Did you see the killer?
Nikolas: Yeah. It's Mary Bishop.
Tracy: Mary Bishop? That little mousy thing that you invited to dinner?
Mac: Are you positive?
Emily: Yeah. I not only ripped off her mask, I had to fight for my life against her. So, yeah, I'm positive, all right. And she admitted to killing Sage and Trent.
Justus: Any idea why this Mary Bishop would all of a sudden go on a killing spree?
Nikolas: It's a long story, ok?
Emily: Yeah. Where do you want us to start?
Mac: If you're up to it, I'd like you to walk through the scene of the attack. Maybe Mary left behind some evidence. You can bring me up to speed there.
Tracy: Excuse me, did I miss the part where the commissioner deputized his ex-wife?
Mac: Felicia is a licensed private investigator, a trained observer. I trust her judgment.
Alan: Yes, and mother trusted Feliciaís judgment, too.
Tracy: Look, I may not be eligible to inherit, but neither are you, and daddy won't be, either, because he can't keep his hands off Heather Webber!
Edward: You're still clinging to the belief that Lila did not approve of my friendship with Heather.
Tracy: Oh, I think it goes a lot deeper than that.
Edward: And she approved of that. That's why she made Heather a vessel.
Tracy: Ha! You can't seriously believe that!
Edward: It's all in front of your eyes. Not only did Heather use the secret code phrase prearranged by Lila and Felicia, but she told me that Emily was in danger. Lila wanted to protect her granddaughter. She used Heather to do it. Is that not a vote of confidence or what?
Nikolas: When I learned the truth about who I was, Mary tried to kill herself. That should've been my first clue that she was unstable, but I guess I missed it.
Felicia: And so you thought differently, Emily?
Emily: Yeah, something about Mary was just off to me. You know, I didn't trust her after all the lies she told, and her sense of entitlement when it came to Nikolas just didn't seem normal. But you have to understand, see, normal when it comes to Mary is very subjective.
Nikolas: I assume that when I chose to go back to Emily that -- as if there was ever a choice -- I mean, she's the only woman Iíve ever loved, and if I didn't have the head injury, we'd probably be -- anyway, I can only assume that that's when she lost touch with reality.
Mac: Mary figured if you were dead, Nikolas would take her back.
Emily: Not exactly. It was Connor that she wanted.
Nikolas: Mary still thinks that Iím her dead husband.
Felicia: So from Maryís point of view, she was acting out of love?
Emily: Her version of it, I guess. Mary thinks that by killing me, she rescues Connor.
Mac: Was Mary injured in the struggle?
Emily: I -- I don't know. I hit her, I knocked her down hard, but I don't think that there was any serious damage.
Mac: Well, then she's still a threat.
Dillon: Alcazar always wanted Sage to have a friend, and now that she's gone. He's going to remember every single thing I did to her.
Georgie: Because of me. Dillon, I'm the one that locked his precious niece in the freezer so she could be killed!
Dillon: You're right. We're dead. We're dead.
Lucas: You guys need to calm down.
Dillon: Oh, yeah, easy for you to say. Alcazar has no reason to come after you.
Lucas: Look, no matter how much Sage bugged you or how guilty you feel for rejecting her, neither one of you killed her. Some wacko with a garden claw did. The police are going to tell Alcazar that. Case closed.
Brook Lynn: Maybe that's a bad idea, Alcazar hearing from the cops. Maybe my ma should be the one to break it to him.
Georgie: Brook Lynn, you've said a million times you don't want your mom anywhere near Alcazar.
Brook Lynn: I know, but, look, this is an emergency, all right? And he likes my mom. And she happens to be really good in a crisis, and I'm sure that if anyone --
Lucas: Get away from the door! Someone's out there!
Mac: Mary is unbalanced and should be considered extremely dangerous, but she is just one woman. Now, because of the storm, she was able to use the power outage to her advantage and attack isolated people in the house without them knowing. That's over now.
Felicia: Mary's still a threat, but she can be managed.
Edward: You have any idea where she might be now?
Mac: She's probably trying to escape. I'll issue an A.P.B. --
Dillon: Guys, guys, she's here! She's outside! She's outside right now!
Georgie: Mary Bishop!
Brook Lynn: She could be in the house!
Mac: All right, calm down. One at a time -- what did you see?
Dillon: Mary Bishop is outside on the terrace holding a knife.
Brook Lynn: She was staring at us through the door. But just staring, but then she smiled.
Georgie: She didn't look sorry; she didn't look scared! She just looked nuts!
Emily: That means she's still after me.
Nikolas: Not for long. I end this tonight.
Mac: What does that mean?
Nikolas: I'm going to kill Mary Bishop myself.
Emily: Nikolas is angry. He's not going to kill anyone.
Mac: Concern for Emily doesn't mean he can be a vigilante. The police will find and arrest Mary.
Mac: That's good, the power is back on. That'll work in our favor. Alan, Alice, Monica -- go to the utility closet, the security room, whatever. Turn on all the lights on the grounds. And -- but stick together. That goes for everyone here, all right? No one goes anywhere alone. I'm fairly certain Mary will go to the boathouse and try to escape via the lake. Backup will be here soon. This is almost over. But to ensure your safety, you need to stick together.
Nikolas: Mac, we can't just sit around and wait for the police and give Mary a chance to kill someone else or get away. You and I have to get down to the boathouse. If she's there, we take her. Come on, you know I'm right. If there's an opportunity to get Mary, now's the time.
Mac: All right, but you follow my instructions.
Nikolas: All right.
Mac: No taking the situation into your own hands.
Emily: Uh-uh, absolutely not. If you go after Mary, I'm going with you.
Nikolas: Come on.
Justus: Come on, come on, let's go, let's go. We don't have much time.
Faith: No, no, no, we don't have any time at all! This is a trap. If Mac Scorpio sees that you let me out, he's going to bust you as my accomplice.
Justus: I don't doubt that was his plan all along. But in the meantime, the killer's identity has been revealed. Some woman named -- what was it -- Mary Bishop or something like that?
Faith: I've never heard of her. Who's she mad at?
Justus: I don't know the details, and at this point it doesn't matter. Mac and Felicia have been effectively distracted. This is our chance to get away. Now let's go.
Faith: No! Listen to me. If this is a trap and you are wrong, I can't let you do this.
Justus: Faith, what are you saying? You don't want to run away with me?
Brook Lynn: I wouldn't get too close to those doors.
Lucas: Mary's gone. Nobody's out here and it doesn't look like the doors were forced. I think Macís right. I think Mary is on her way back to the boathouse trying to make her getaway. You know, I got to admit; you made a believer out of me, Brook. When you first brought up the idea of having a sťance, I thought it was a bunch of superstitious junk, but, you know, you were right about everything. I can't --
Brook Lynn: Are you crazy? Lucas, it's so obvious. I was so wrong! Look, I -- I am the reason that we are in this house. I dragged people back to bring dead --
Lucas: No, no -- hey, hey --
Brook Lynn: Dead people! I don't even know why! I don't even know why!
Lucas: Shh. Hey.
Brook Lynn: Don't -- Georgie -- Georgie wanted to go home, and I wouldn't let her. Sage and Trent -- Sage and Trent were on their way home, and I insisted that they stay! Lucas, I did this. This is all my fault!
Georgie: I hated Sage. I was -- Dillon, I was awful to her, and I must've wished her dead a million times.
Dillon: I know. I'm more to blame than you are, though. I mean, Sage must've been dizzy from all the mixed signals that I was sending her. I slept with her; I wasn't in love with her. I let her believe that we could actually somehow be a couple. I would accept her one minute, reject her the next. I'm not -- you know, Iím not saying that because she died, she's all of a sudden a saint now. She was a pain most of the time, but -- but we don't know, you know? Her whole attitude could've been like an act or some sort of phase that she would grow out of. Now she'll never get the chance.
Georgie: Dillon, I -- I am so sorry, and I'm scared. Look, when Lorenzo Alcazar finds out about Sage, something awful is going to happen.
Tracy: Yes, Iím trying to reach Lorenzo Alcazar, please.
Dillon: Don't you even think about it.
Mac: Call for her.
Nikolas: Mary? Mary, it's over. You can't run anymore.
Mary: Connor? Hi. I'm glad you're here. I've come to rescue you, so we can have our life together, the one we always wanted.
Tracy: Lorenzo Alcazar's niece was murdered in our home.
Dillon: Mom, you're trying to make sure that Lorenzo Alcazar blames Georgie for what happened to Sage. I don't know what it is. I don't know, but for some strange reason, you've got it in your head that you don't want Georgie and me to be together, and you're going to use anything you can, including Sage's death, to get what you want. You don't care about the consequences of what you do; you don't care about the weight of the misery that you cause people. You -- I don't know how you do it. How do -- how do you be so heartless? Do you even have compassion? Do you even have empathy? How about plain old common decency?
Tracy: I won't apologize for protecting you.
Dillon: All right, you know, fine. Then do me a favor -- don't protect me. Don't do anything for me; don't do anything in my name. I -- I don't know. Georgie and I are together. There's nothing you can do about that except turn around and walk away.
Edward: Police department is a disgrace. They should be here by now!
Monica: They're not superheroes, Edward. Between the electrical storm and the tanker truck accident --
Edward: You all right?
Heather: Yeah. It's just I've been so tense and emotional all evening that now that the danger has passed, I can barely stand.
Edward: Well, that invitation to stay the night is still open.
Heather: Thanks. I think I'll take you up on it. I'm too tired to drive even if the roads were clear.
Edward: Ok. Come on, Iíll walk you up the guest room.
Monica: Unless, of course, you're too tired to climb the stairs.
Heather: I think I can manage.
Felicia: I take it you don't approve?
Monica: And as Lilaís judge and jury, you shouldn't, either. Lila would not take kindly to this.
Alan: Monica's right. My mother would be appalled if she knew that my father was running around with another woman only weeks after her death. And you must realize that Monica and I should not have been eliminated. We had a moment of weakness. We've more than redeemed ourselves. I think it's only fair that you put us back in the contest to inherit the money.
Monica: Come on, Felicia. I mean, it's obvious we deserve it, much more than Edward does.
Brook Lynn: Look, when that board said one of us was going to die, I should've listened, and I never, ever should've made anybody stay in this house. And I never should've agreed to the plan to lock Sage in a freezer. Now she's dead.
Lucas: Hey. It's ok. Brook, it's going to be ok.
Brook Lynn: What, are you crazy? Lucas, you almost died tonight. I mean, you should be yelling at me and not trying to make me feel better.
Lucas: You don't get it, do you? When everybody else was panicking -- adults included -- and losing their minds, you kept it together. Hey, you were awesome. Instead of beating yourself up, you should be proud.
Brook Lynn: Thanks.
Lucas: So, do you agree with me? You're pretty awesome, huh?
Brook Lynn: I'm not going to go that far. Maybe you're just not so much of an idiot.
Justus: This is a bad time to have an attack of nobility. The power is back on and the cops will be swarming around here any second now. We got to get out of here.
Faith: Are you sure about this? Because once we leave, there is no coming back for either of us.
Justus: As far as I'm concerned, we passed the point of no return a long time ago. Let's blow this town. Come on.
Nikolas: Put the knife down, Mary.
Mary: I canít. Not until you're free.
Nikolas: Mary, you need help. I'm not your dead husband.
Mary: You are. No, Connorís not dead. He's alive. He's you. Emily stole you! She lied to you! Emily should be dead! And I'm going to be the one to kill her. I swear to God, I'm going to kill her! I'm going to kill her for you.
Nikolas: Please, Mary --
Mac: I'm warning you, Mary. Not another step.
Nikolas: Don't -- shoot her before she gets away. What are you doing?
Mac: It's all right, Nikolas. Don't worry, she's not going anywhere.
Mary: Wake up, Connor. We'll have our life back as soon as Emilyís dead, I promise.
Nikolas: Mac Ė[Grabs Macís gun and shoots]
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Sam: Jason, from now on, I want us to try and do everything perfect.
Lois: Your niece is dead.
Nikolas: I shot at her to protect Emily, and you know what? I'd do it again.
Bobbie: Carly can never find out who her father is.
Carly: The key to my father's identity is in here.
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