GH Transcript Thursday 9/9/04

General Hospital Transcript Thursday 9/9/04

Provided by Eric
Proofread by Brian

Lois: I know this is a tough time -- a terrible time for you, and I've already asked you more than one difficult question today --

Lorenzo: What do you want, Lois?

Lois: I'm referring to a poem that Sage wrote in a letter that you so generously handed over to Dillon Quartermaine. Brook Lynn -- she turned those words into a song, and we believe it has real potential.

Lorenzo: I see.

Lois: However, Sage's words are, in fact, your intellectual property. And if you would consider signing a release --

Lorenzo: You know, you never fail to surprise me, Lois.

Lois: I know the timing's unfortunate, but we can't afford to pass up this opportunity because --

Lorenzo: I believed that you had a tender heart underneath that tough veneer. I couldn't have been more wrong.

Justus: Let me guess why you want this meeting. You heard I'm off Faith's case and you want to remind me of what's going to happen to her if she's acquitted.

Jason: Hey, forget Faith. I'm here about Emily.

Nikolas: You couldn't have killed Mary.

Emily: You don't understand.

Nikolas: She had a cardiac arrest because someone gave her the wrong medication.

Emily: It was me. I gave Mary those pills. I killed her.

Sonny: Want some brunch?

Carly: Are there any sweet rolls?

Sonny: Whole-wheat toast?

[Carly groans]

Sonny: What?

Carly: What, they didn't have ťclairs or anything?

Sonny: Ok, you know what? I tell you what -- we'll go somewhere on ninth avenue. You know, hotel stuff is usually pretty bad, anyway.

Carly: You're such a food snob. Do you know that?

Sonny: What do you mean?

Carly: You're a food snob. That's what I mean.

Sonny: What?

Carly: …clairs are good no matter where they're from.

[Carly laughs]

Sonny: Really?

[Knock on door]

Man: Housekeeping!

Sonny: What is that? That doesn't sound like housekeeping to me.

Carly: Come back in a couple hours.

Man: I have -- I can't do that, ma'am!

Sonny: Let him --

Carly: I'll -- I'll take care of it. What?

Coleman: I got everything you need about your dad. You said you wanted it right away.

Carly: Ok, well, tell me about it later, ok?

Sonny: No, I got a better idea. Tell us now.

Sonny: Did you find Carlyís father?

Coleman: Yeah, man. The guy's a New Yorker, grew up -- grew up in the Florida panhandle not far from Tallahassee. Three of the gals that used to work with your mother I.D.'d the guy from the D.M.V. photo from the 1970s. So, I mean, you can't be sure without D.N.A. --

Carly: Ok, that's great. You know what? I'll take it from here.

Sonny: Well, you know what? Hey, you've done some pretty nice work there.

Coleman: Well, I appreciate that, Sonny.

Carly: Yeah, I'll get you your money in Port Charles. Thanks.

Sonny: No, you know what? I'm going to take care of it right now. Let's see what we got here. We got a lot -- ok, here you go.

Coleman: What are you doing? Thanks --

Carly: I'll -- I'll be in touch.

Coleman: Ok, right on. Nothing wrong with that. Right on.

Sonny: Hey --

Carly: Hey.

Sonny: Aren't you going to open it?

Carly: I don't know. Maybe I should just toss this stupid file, right? Maybe I am better off just not knowing.

Sonny: It's always possible.

Carly: I mean, like you said, why should I set myself for some huge disappointment?

Sonny: Well, you know what, Carly? You can toss it if it makes you feel better, but you're always going to wonder what was in it.

Carly: Maybe not. I mean -- Sonny, I have to tell you something.

Sonny: What?

Carly: God, you know, I just wish I'd never started this whole thing at all. I just --

Sonny: Carly, it's a name, maybe -- maybe even an address, a photo, a resume, nothing more. If this guy really is your father, you don't have to do anything.

Carly: Yeah, I know that, but I --

Sonny: So what are you so afraid of? How bad can it be?

Lorenzo: When I left to bury my brother's daughter, when I traveled to Venezuela to put all of Sage's potential, her talent, her future into the ground next to her father, you promised to pray for me.

Lois: I did pray for you.

Lorenzo: Are you praying now? Hmm? Did you light a candle on the way to this meeting? Did you ask God to make me say yes; to bless your daughter with a hit?

Lois: If Brook Lynn gets a hit off this song, then Sage's words live forever.

Lorenzo: Brahms lives forever, so will Shakespeare, Mozart, Verdi! Pop music was designed to make money and be thrown away! That's what you wanted for Sage, wasn't it? To make money off her; toss her aside?

Lois: No. Absolutely not.

Lorenzo: I should have seen this months ago. You cultivated Sage so that you could manipulate Brook Lynn. You let her hope for a career of her own, then you asked her to lip-synch your daughter's words. You have any idea how cruel that was?

Lois: Grrrl Power was a way for every one of those girls to gain some attention.

Lorenzo: You know, you put on a good front -- the mother who cares too much, who'd do anything for her daughter at any cost. It's all strategy, isn't it? A negotiating tactic.

Lois: I love my daughter, and I want what is best for her both as a performer and as a human being. And you know what? She feels terrible about what happened to Sage, and I think this song could be a real healing experience.

Lorenzo: A "healing experience." Is that your marketing plan? Is that your strategy for how to turn Sage's murder into profits?

Lois: No, that was never my intention. Sage's words are beautiful and they deserve to be heard.

Lorenzo: You know, I live and work in a cold, hard world; a world of opportunists who aren't deterred by ethics are values, people who stop at nothing to get what they want. But you are as ruthless as I have ever encountered. You know what? I think you may be the best I've ever seen.

Jason: And Emily had good motive, ok? She was at the hospital; she had access to the medication. She did not do it, but you know what Ricís going to do --

Justus: And, what, you want me to fix this, make this go away?

Jason: Emily needs a really good lawyer.

Justus: The last time you saw me you threatened me!

Jason: It could have been the last time anybody saw you! But I let you go. I didn't follow you.

Justus: So what? Do you want me to take this case out of gratitude? Is that it?

Jason: Yes, and because Emily is your family.

Justus: Emily has other family, starting with you and the rest of the highly influential, well-connected Quartermaines. Faith has no one but me! I can't turn my back on her!

Alexis: As Faith's attorney, I'm going to ask you to end this conversation right now. Jason here probably has standing orders to kill my client. You don't have anything to gain by talking to him, Justus.

Justus: I agree.

Alexis: Let's go review some strategy, shall we?

Jason: You just remember what really matters.

Justus: Believe me, I have.

Ric: Jason -- just the man I want.

Jason: Oh, and as usual, I have nothing to say to you, Ric.

Ric: Well, as usual, I have a great deal to say, and I suggest that you listen. That is, if you care anything about your little sister.

Emily: I went to Maryís room. Everyone told me not to, but I was so angry with her, Nikolas. And I told her that I wasn't scared and I warned her to stay away from us.

Nikolas: Did anyone hear you?

Emily: I don't know.

Nikolas: Ok. All right, what happened next?

Emily: I was too angry to stay in her room, so I went out into the hallway, and Elizabeth was there with the med cart, and she asked me to watch it while she went to go and get some water.

Mary: You're back.

Emily: I'll always be back, Mary. I will prove that you killed those poor kids in cold blood.

Mary: I doubt it.

Emily: You aren't smart enough to fake insanity.

Mary: Who says I'm faking?

Emily: You'll make a mistake, probably soon, and Ric Lansing will catch on, and he will make an example out of you, and you will be out of my life forever.

Mary: Connor's going to take care of everything when he comes home.

Emily: Connor is dead. He won't be back, and you know it. Nikolas despises you, and I hope you burn in hell.

Nikolas: Did you see Mary take the pills?

Emily: No, but I took them into her room, Nikolas.

Nikolas: Why did you take them into her room?

Emily: In case I needed an excuse to be in her room.

Nikolas: You didn't kill her.

Emily: Maybe not consciously, Nikolas, but in my heart of hearts, I wanted her dead, and now she is because of me.

Elizabeth: Thanks for getting here so quickly.

Lucky: Yeah. Want to add something to your statement? Did you remember something else?

Elizabeth: Actually, I need to clarify a couple of things. You see, I made a mistake earlier. Emily was never left alone with the med cart.

Lucky: Well, then, who'd you leave it with?

Elizabeth: No one. No one. I just turned my back for a second, and that was it. Emily was never alone with the medication.

Lucky: Then you're retracting your statement?

Elizabeth: The part about Emily, yes.

Lucky: You know what? I love Emily, too, as much as you do.

Elizabeth: Then you know she didn't kill anybody.

Lucky: All I need is the facts.

Elizabeth: The fact is, Lucky, Mary Bishop is a killer and Emily isnít. Now, is there anything else you need to know?

Lucky: You know what? Emily -- she came to the station prepared to give a statement, and Jason showed up and changed her mind. She refused to answer any questions. Now all of a sudden, you're retracting your statement. Jason got to you, too, didn't he?

Ric: In reviewing Lucky Spencerís report, apparently Emily was ready to make a statement, that is, until you got her alone. Now, I can only assume that you convinced her to stay silent, which is not going to help her Jason. As a matter of fact, it makes her look very bad.

Jason: Emily has nothing to say to you.

Ric: Well, she might want to reconsider. See, if Emily doesn't start cooperating and very, very soon, I'm going to be forced to have to deal with her in a different way.

Jason: You leave my sister alone.

Carly: Maybe my father is an alcoholic. You know, he could be an abusive alcoholic. He could be a junkie. He could be clinically insane.

Sonny: Let me see the file.

Carly: Sonny, I don't know if I want to see this. I don't know if I want--

Sonny: No, if I read it to you, it'll make you feel better. You know what I mean?

Carly: I doubt it.

Sonny: Well, I mean -- let me see the file, ok?

Carly: I'm scared, ok?

Sonny: Ok, I understand. Just let me look at it. I'll -- I'll look, and then you don't have to. Let me see.

Sonny: Ahem. Ok. It says your father's name is Jack Desoto. He's a sanitation worker. Lives in Queens, married 20 years to a hairdresser, Karen, four children ages 10 to 18. Owns his own house, pays his bills. I mean, he sounds like a decent guy. Here.

Carly: Ok, I probably have nothing to worry about then, right? What are you doing?

Sonny: I'm going to order a car to take us to Queens.

Carly: No, no, no. What do you mean, "us"?

Sonny: Well, you want to see your father, so --

Carly: Sonny, I know, but I'm not sure --

Sonny: No, listen, I'm coming with you. I'm coming with you. If you -- when you see your father, I want to be there.

Carly: Sonny, j just -- I don't think -- this may not be such a good idea.

Sonny: Why not?

Ned: So, our daughter's releasing a single? Is this the song that they're working on over there?

Lois: Nothing's definite yet.

Simon: Really? So, what did this Mr. Alcazar have to say?

Ned: Alcazar? We're not dealing with Alcazar.

Simon: Well, forgive me, but as I understand it, he controls the rights to the lyrics.

Ned: Then I will take care of that. I don't want you being alone with him.

Lois: That's very progressive, Ned.

Simon: Did he sign a release?

Lois: I pushed too hard, and he walked away.

Simon: Can you fix it?

Lois: I think so. I think he just needs to cool off, that's all.

Ned: Lois, I don't want any further ties to Lorenzo Alcazar.

Lois: Have you heard the song?

Ned: No.

Lois: Do you want to?

Ned: Well, that's up to Brook.

Brook Lynn: I have to run through it anyway to check the transcription.

Ned: Honey, are you sure you're up to this?

Brook Lynn: Yeah.

[Piano plays]

Brook Lynn: Here I am you see right through me unaffected so stand beside me and don't deny me and help me find my way all alone I stand looking in at your world so hold me, break me and mold me, make me fit where I belong when all I'm trying to find is right before my eyes take my hand I lived all the pain that you're fighting so stand beside me and don't deny me I'll help you find the way when all you need to find is right before your eyes

Lois: Hey.

Ric: Threatening the district attorney right here in the squad room. Well, that doesn't make a lot of sense.

Jason: You threatened everyone I care about. And I've wanted to stop you for a long time, but Sonny has protected you. You go after my sister; that's between you and me.

Ric: I'm not going after Emily, you moron. I'm trying to help her.

Nikolas: At some point, you're going to have to talk to the police. So you need to decide exactly what you're going to say. Did anyone see you pick up the medication?

Emily: I don't think so.

Nikolas: Were any nurses around?

Emily: I didn't see any.

Nikolas: You know, except Elizabeth?

Emily: Right, she'd gone to get water for the cart.

Nikolas: Right, right did she see you pick up the medication?

Emily: No.

Nikolas: Then you didnít.

Emily: You want me to lie?

Nikolas: No, I want you to protect yourself. If that cart was left unattended, then anyone could have taken the medication to Mary.

Emily: No, no, no, I don't want to make Liz look bad.

Nikolas: Well, then, don't mention her at all unless you're asked. Don't volunteer anything.

Emily: What if I'm asked directly?

Nikolas: Then tell them something plausible, just so they'll leave you alone. I mean, in a way, Jason did you a favor because everybody knows he's paranoid. When he showed up to the PCPD this morning and you refused to answer questions, it looked like it was because he was pressuring you, not because you had something to hide.

Emily: No, I do have something to hide.

Nikolas: Did you alter Maryís medication?

Emily: No.

Nikolas: No, no, so you need to tell the police whatever it is they need to hear to eliminate you as a suspect. Lucky, I was just telling Emily that she has nothing to worry about, right?

Lucky: You don't, if you just tell me everything.

Nikolas: Now, are you speaking as Officer Spencer, criminal investigator, or as Lucky, my brother and Emilyís friend?

Carly: I mean, what would I do, Sonny? Am I just going to walk up to his door and knock on it?

Sonny: Well, look, only if you want to. You can wait in the car and watch from across the street if you want.

Carly: Yeah, well, maybe he works nights. And maybe he's out of town or on vacation. Maybe -- what if his wife comes to the door and she gets the wrong idea? His kids could be there. They could start asking questions.

Sonny: You don't have to decide anything today, ok? You know where he is. You know where he lives. Just take your time, you know, let things settle down.

Carly: Yeah, I should.

Sonny: Yeah.

Carly: Sonny, I want to know my father. I want to meet him. I want -- I want to because I have so many questions for him. I mean, does he have those three freckles, that birthmark? Is he nice? Is he kind? Is he funny? Does he even remember my mother? I, and, what if he doesn't even remember her, and what if he opens the door and he hates me on first sight?

Sonny: You got to be ready for that.

Carly: I don't know what I want. Can you believe that? For the first time in my life, I don't know what I want.

Sonny: Hey, listen to me. Let's go home, ok? Tell you what -- I'll even buy you an ťclair on the way home. Ok?

Carly: You're the best.

Sonny: All right, listen, I got to make some business calls, ok? You go ahead and pack?

Carly: Ok.

Sonny: All right.

[Phone rings]

Carly: Yeah? Hello?

John: Yeah, hi. It's John Durant.

Carly: Oh -- hi.

John: Look, I was a jerk yesterday. I apologize.

Carly: It's -- that's ok.

John: Why don't you drop by Paddy Macís? I'll tell you everything you want to know.

Lorenzo: You have a beautiful voice.

Brook Lynn: Thank you. But if you like the song -- they're Sage's words. All I did was put music to them.

Lorenzo: Your mother told me.

Brook Lynn: It was supposed to be a tribute to her because what she wrote -- I can really relate to that.

Lorenzo: I believe you had the best intentions.

Brook Lynn: Look Mr. Alcazar, if you feel like I've invaded, you know, her privacy or stolen words, I swear I'll never sing it again.

Lorenzo: Sage wrote that poem to Dillon, not to me. As far as I'm concerned, that poem belongs to Dillon, and I will sign any release to that effect.

Brook Lynn: Thank you.

Dillon: We got the song. We got the song.

Simon: You mean the hit song.

Dillon: Oh, we got to work on, like, the video -- oh!

Ned: Sweetheart, we don't have to do this.

Brook Lynn: Sage would be all over it.

Lois: And what about you, sweetie?

Brook Lynn: I want to sing.

Simon: I think we should figure out the details of Brook Lynnís deal, then.

Lois: Ned, can you take care of that?

Ned: Are you sure?

Lois: Go. Make a good deal for our Brookie.

Brook Lynn: Thanks, Dad.

Ned: Come here. I love you.

Brook Lynn: I love you, too.

Lois: Thank you. It's because of you that Lorenzo did that. He didn't have a choice after hearing you sing.

Brook Lynn: I never knew Sage's uncle had a heart until I saw it breaking.

Lois: Well, even tough guys have hearts.

Lucky: You're my only brother. Emily is my oldest friend. You guys can trust me with the truth.

Emily: Yeah, I have -- I have nothing to hide.

Lucky: Then you're ok if I review what we got?

Emily: Sure.

Lucky: All right. So, you went into Maryís room --

Emily: Yeah. We argued, and I left. I went back out to the elevators, and Nikolas was there. We heard a code blue coming from Maryís room, and that's when we went back to her room to check on her, and -- you know the rest.

Lucky: You only went to Maryís room once before the code blue?

Emily: Yeah, that's right.

Lucky: Are you sure?

Emily: Mm-hmm.

Lucky: You know I was on my way to question Mary. I saw the med cart, and no one was around. That's when I saw you running out of Maryís room, and that had to be the second time that you were there.

Justus: What you're doing here won't help Emilyís case.

Ric: Look, would somebody please explain to Jason that by pressuring his sister to stay silent he only makes her look more guilty. Once I get a statement from Emily, I can take her off the witness list.

Alexis: The best thing you can do for Emily is to advise her to cooperate.

Ric: Yes. Questioning Emily is a procedural formality. See, you're the one who's casting suspicion on your own sister by implying that she has something to hide.

Jason: Emily has nothing to say to you, Ric.

Ric: Mm-hmm.

Jason: You stay away from her.

Alexis: You're wasting your breath. He can't see that he's doing Emily more harm than good.

Justus: I'll take that into consideration.

Alexis: I do hope you were paying attention.

Ric: Excuse me?

Alexis: Jason won't cooperate, even though it's to his advantage. He's as single-minded with his hatred of you as you are about Sonny.

Ric: Oh, I get it. I see. So I go after Emily, and that infuriates Jason, and it hurts Sonny. I get it. I'm still obsessed. It's all about my brother --

Alexis: That is breathtakingly narcissistic, even for you.

Ric: Well, that's the way you see me, isn't it?

Alexis: Actually, no.

Sonny: Ready to go home?

Carly: I changed my mind.

Sonny: You're going to see your father?

Carly: Maybe. Just from a distance.

Sonny: Ok, we can park the car. We can watch, you know, across the street.

Carly: Sonny, I love that you want to help, but I want to go alone.

Sonny: Well, I can't -- I can't have you walking around Queens alone at night, you know?

Carly: I won't, I promise you, I wonít. I just -- I really need some time to think. You know, I need to figure out what to do next. And do I really want to know my father? Do I want to know him badly enough to jeopardize the life that we have, you know, our family, the one that we've made together, just so I can reach out to a stranger? I don't know. And if I don't -- you know, if I let this go and j just drop the whole thing, then won't I have regrets?

Sonny: I wish I had all the answers for you, but, you know, all I can tell you is you got to -- you got to trust yourself.

Emily: Mary threatened me, lucky.

Nikolas: Threatened you? She strangled you; stabbed you.

Lucky: Ok, just take me through what happened in the moments leading up to Maryís death. Elizabeth -- she asked you to watch the med cart for a few minutes. You agreed.

Elizabeth: No, she didnít. I told you, I made a mistake, lucky.

Lucky: All right, then, you want to tell us what happened?

Elizabeth: I walked away from the med cart to get a pitcher of water and then I came back.

Lucky: Ok, wait -- why are you changing your story?

Elizabeth: I told you, I made a mistake. Come on, I'm a working mom on a new job. Why are you pushing this?

Nikolas: She's right, leave it alone.

Lucky: Do any of you trust me at all?

Nikolas: Well, you tell us what you think happened, lucky.

Lucky: On the night that Mary died, Emily went into her room. They argued, she left. She never saw a cart. She never went back in that room. She never saw Mary again.

Brook Lynn: Does it ever feel like two people are screaming their lungs out in your head?

Dillon: Forget two. Try seven or eight and they're all Quartermaines.

Brook Lynn: How do you decide what to do?

Dillon: Well, I guess it depends on what they're screaming. What do yours say?

Brook Lynn: Well, one says, "Sing to the world," and the other one says, "No, wait, hide out with a pillow over your head."

Dillon: Ok, all right, so do both. Yeah, get your C.D. out, you know, get the people hearing it, make it go public. Then hide with a pillow over your head.

Brook Lynn: Dillon, it doesn't work like that. I'm going to have to tour.

Dillon: You don't think you're getting ahead of yourself a little bit? Come on.

Brook Lynn: Maybe I'm not saying this right. Look, a part of me wants to tour. I want to hear the applause.

Dillon: Ok. You don't think that maybe you could hear the applause through the pillow?

Brook Lynn: Oh -- I want two opposing things at the same time. It's --

Dillon: Welcome to human race. Hey. How did -- how'd the thingy go, the meeting?

Ned: Good. Very good.

Dillon: Yeah?

Ned: Where's your mother?

Brook Lynn: She went to go thank Mr. Alcazar.

[Knock on door]

Lois: Lorenzo? What's going on there?

Lorenzo: Go away!

Lois: Open the door. Are you all right? Open the door or I'm calling the police.

Lorenzo: You go ahead and call the police. Why don't you tell them I killed Mary Bishop-- tell them that I killed Sage!

Lois: Take it easy, will you?

Lorenzo: Tell them that I am armed and dangerous and Iím threatening to kill you.

Lois: You didnít. But you've obviously been drinking.

Lorenzo: Lois, you shouldn't be here.

Lois: This isn't going to help.

Lorenzo: Nothing's going to help! That's the whole point! There's no one left to help! They're all dead! And here I am, strong enough and smart enough to stay alive. Lucky me.

Lois: Look, I'm sorry about before. I was crass and insensitive.

Lorenzo: You really shouldn't be here.

Lois: I want to thank you for giving my Brookie an opportunity to sing --

Lorenzo: I am very angry. I have no one left in my life to care about, and, therefore, nothing left to lose. This is a bad situation, Ms. Cerullo. Why don't you do yourself a favor and get out.

Lois: I'm not going anywhere.

Carly: Mr. Durant?

John: Oh, hey.

Carly: Hi.

John: Hey, thanks for showing up.

Carly: Oh, no, thank you so much for giving me a second chance. I realize I should have told you that I was writing a book from the start.

John: No problem. You want something to drink?

Carly: Yeah. I'll have a beer. El Rey Sol in the bottle, if you got it?

John: Charlie, El Rey for the lady? I'll have my usual. We're going to sit down over here, all right?

Carly: Oh, thanks.

John: Sure. So --

Carly: So, I appreciate --

John: Ask me anything.

Carly: Wow, you get right to the point, huh?

John: Well, my apology was sincere, but I am a very busy man.

Carly: Oh, well, you are number -- number one mob buster, aren't you, in America now?

John: Well, at least for the moment.

Carly: Ok, so, what do you do in your spare time?

John: Work.

Carly: No, I'm serious.

John: Well, some have power lunches; I have meetings on the handball court. Thanks, Charlie.

Charlie: Yes, sir.

John: And if I happen to find myself alone at dinner time, I usually order takeout -- brilliantly, I might add. Cheers.

Carly: Cheers. So your wife doesn't cook, huh?

John: My wife? Well, my wife didn't cook from the day we got married until the day we finalized our divorce, not once.

Carly: So you're single?

John: Married to my job. My wife was married to hers. We worked 80 hours a week. In fact, we divorced by cell phone.

Carly: So you weren't in love with her, then, huh?

John: I'm in love with my career. Always have been, always will be.

Carly: Really?

John: Really.

Carly: So, were you -- were you ever in love? I mean, once?

John: Maybe once.

Carly: When was that?

John: Ah, 20 lifetimes ago. I was a kid in Florida.

Lucky: Emily will be fine if we all stick to the same story.

Elizabeth: Good. You had me worried there for a second.

Lucky: Emily's my best friend. There's no way I will turn her over to Ric Lansing.

Emily: I appreciate that.

Nikolas: After everything we've been through, here we all still are.

Elizabeth: I think this calls for a toast.

Lucky: Yes. You want to see if Mike has any brownies?

Nikolas: Yeah, let's go.

Elizabeth: That's a good idea. Thanks, guys.

Nikolas: Can I get four of those brownies, you know, and coffee -- you want coffee? Two coffees. Thanks. Listen, I appreciate you supporting Emily on this.

Lucky: Hmm. Well, Mary -- she was psycho. I mean, she killed twice. She threatened to kill Emily and make her her next victim. Emily -- she must have been terrified for you, herself.

Nikolas: Yeah. She was angry, too. She couldn't even look at Mary without going off on her.

Lucky: And we both know that Emily is probably the kindest, most gentle person in the world, unless somebody she knows is in danger. She loved you the most. I can see her killing somebody to protect you. Be honest. Can't you?

Emily: Elizabeth, it isn't right asking you all to lie.

Elizabeth: Ok, listen to me. I should have never left the med cart with you. You should have never gone back into Maryís room, but we didn't kill anyone.

Emily: Yeah, but if Lucky saw me, someone else could have, too.

Elizabeth: But no one's come forward yet, and hopefully no one will.

Emily: I know, but Lucky could lose his job over this, Elizabeth. So could you.

Elizabeth: Why are you dreaming up worst-case scenarios? We have been covering for each other for years. And besides, you happen to be innocent.

Emily: But so are you and Lucky, Elizabeth, and you're risking everything to protect me. And it isn't right. I should confess.

Lorenzo: I gave you my niece's fondest dreams -- her words and her heart. Now I want you to leave.

Lois: That isn't going to happen.

Lorenzo: Last chance.

Justus: Jason, hold on! What were you thinking back there? Antagonizing Lansing like that can't help Emilyís case.

Jason: Well, will you help her? Please, will you take the case?

Justus: I'll be happy to take Emilyís case. And I'll defend her to the best of my abilities.

Jason: Thank you.

Justus: Hold your gratitude. There's a condition. Win or lose, I want you and Sonny to give me your word as honorable men that you will not come after Faith.

 [Door squeaks]

Coleman: Hey --

Sonny: Get back! This so-called investigation is bull. Now you're going to tell me the truth. What do you really know about Carlyís father?

Carly: So, this one true love -- 20 lifetimes ago? I mean, what was her name? What'd she look like?

John: What do you care? Is this for the book?

Carly: I'm -- I'm so sorry. I just -- you know what? I've always been a bit of a sucker for a good love story.

John: I've never been able to find one.

Carly: You still carry a torch?

John: Absolutely. I carry a torch for ambition. I have ever since I was 8 years old. It's taken me places around the world I never dreamed of going.

Carly: Any regrets?

John: Maybe one. Along the way, I never had children.

Carly: Yeah, well, you know, you said you've been places you never even dreamed about, right? Probably all over the world?

John: True.

Carly: So who's to say that you might not have a child out there somewhere?

On the next "General Hospital" --

Elizabeth: She went to the PCPD. She's going to confess.

Jason: Do not go down because of Faith.

Justus: Faith for Emily.

John: What'd you say?

Coleman: I suggest you take it up with your wife.

Sonny: I'm going to take it up with you.

Lois: You just got really quiet and then --

Lorenzo: Get out.

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