GH Transcript Friday 9/10/04

General Hospital Transcript Friday 9/10/04

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Lucky: Mary -- she's psycho. She killed twice. She threatened to make Emily her next victim. Emily -- she must've been terrified worrying about herself, for you.

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

Lucky: Well, you know what? We both know there's nobody more kind or gentler than Emily, unless somebody she knows is in danger.

Nikolas: Yeah.

Lucky: I mean, she loved you the most. I can see her killing to protect you. So, you know, why don't you just be honest with me, can't you?

Nikolas: Ok, yes, I can. I can see that. But whether Emily gave Mary the meds that killed her on purpose or not on purpose doesn't matter. The point is we're the ones that need to do the protecting at all costs, and Iím asking you, can you do that?

Lucky: Yeah -- I can't believe you're honestly asking me that.

Nikolas: Lucky, you're a cop. Come on.

Lucky: Well, I love Emily, too, remember? Don't waste your energy worrying about me.

Nikolas: I -- I just needed to say it.

Elizabeth: Hey, Nikolas?

Nikolas: What? What? What happened? Where's Emily?

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

Justus: I'd 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.

Jason: Be as smart as I know you are. Do not go down because of Faith. Sonny already caught you helping her once, and he let you walk away. He's not going to do it again, Justus.

Justus: Faith for Emily. What's your answer?

Jason: The answer is no.

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

Coleman: You need to take a chill pill, dude. I don't know what you're talking about.

Sonny: You're slime! You'd be happy to take advantage of my wife if it fattened your bank account. Make up a father -- garbage collector -- sounds pretty good, huh? Sell it to everybody? We're supposed to line up and buy it? Huh?

Coleman: Ok. You're right. You're right.

Carly: So, this one true love 20 lifetimes ago -- was she pretty? What was her name?

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

Carly: No, I'm just -- I've always been a sucker for a good love story.

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

Carly: Do you still carry a torch?

John: Absolutely -- torch of ambition. Ever since I was 8 years old. It's taken me places around the world I never dreamed of going.

Carly: Any regrets?

John: Yeah, maybe one. Sometimes I wish that maybe I'd had children.

Carly: Yeah, well, you know, you said that you've been places you never dreamed of, right, so you've probably been around the world.

John: True.

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

John: What'd you say?

Carly: Well, you admitted to being curious and -- and traveling around a lot, so I was --

John: Wait, wait -- why does everything have to circle back to family with you?

Coleman: I never claimed to be a saint, man. And you're damn straight I am capable of pulling off some scam you're talking about, but I didn't do it.

Sonny: And I'm supposed to believe that? Why? Because you say so? The first time I laid eyes on your ugly face, you were blackmailing my sister to strip in your sleazy club.

Coleman: Well, I didn't know.

Sonny: That's not the point!

Coleman: I didn't know Courtney was your sister!

Sonny: That's not the point. You used vulnerable women for the hell of it. And if you get a big, fat paycheck, well, that's even better. Let me tell you what really went down. My wife comes to you because she's desperate to find a father she never met. She gives you a list of names. You hire some lowlife to play a part. You fill Jack Desoto in on what he needs to know, which isn't very much -- one night with a hooker in Florida, or nine months before Carly was born. Details don't really matter because it was a long time ago. Memories fade; people die. You figured there's no way in hell Bobbie would remember every face of every John she serviced. Hey, you know what? People change over the years. My wife's pain must've seemed real sweet to you.

Coleman: It wasn't that way.

Sonny: So you and Jack Desoto come up with some -- some detail, some character flaw to put Carly off so that way she would let you go, and you could spend your sweet fortune.

Coleman: Hmm.

Sonny: Hmm?

Coleman: I earned the money. I did exactly what I was hired to do, ok? So if you have any doubts or questions about it, I suggest you take it up with the wife.

Sonny: No, I'm going to take it up with you. And you're going to tell me everything I need to know.

Carly: I can see why you'd be curious. I mean, I've got a perfectly natural reason for wanting to know about your family.

John: Oh, yeah? I'm dying to hear it.

Carly: It's -- it's no big revelation. You know, it's just for my novel. People are defined by their families, right? I mean, who was it that said, "Parents write on the slate of their children's lives"?

John: I don't know. Oprah?

Carly: Come on. My point is -- my point is, I mean, for most people, family's the center of everything.

John: Hmm. Yeah, well, not for me. Childless, divorced, consumed by my job. Stamping out organized crime doesn't leave a lot of room for much else.

Carly: Yeah, well, I'd say that what you do really isn't a job.

John: Yeah?

Carly: I mean -- I mean, it's more than that. It's a lot bigger. It's an undertaking. I'm just looking for another facet for my character. I'm looking for his humanity. An emotional foundation -- his wants, his needs, and how he goes about getting them.

John: How are you defined by your parents?

Carly: I don't know. It's kind of hard to say, actually, because I was grown before I ever met my biological mother. And my father and I -- we -- we weren't close.

John: Brothers? Sisters?

Carly: No. I am an only child who made a lot of mistakes thinking that I had to fight for everything that I wanted. Do you know what? Scratch that. I did. I had to fight for a lot, but maybe not to death and annihilation.

John: Could you be any more vague?

Carly: Excuse me?

John: Oh, come on. I mean, look -- rebellious only child, no Mommy, no Daddy. You sound like any other person that we pass on the street. So tell me, why -- why don't you tell me what it is that you're trying so hard to hide?

Lois: It just got really quiet in here. Trying to catch your breath, or you just can't think of anything to say?

Lorenzo: You're very flexible and proficient. Is that what you're looking for?

Lois: Not exactly.

Lorenzo: Well, then Iím sorry. I have nothing else to give. I'd like you to leave now.

Lois: What did you say?

Lorenzo: I said get out, now.

Jason: Isn't it obvious that Iím trying to help you out with Sonny? But I can't believe you would ask me to go to Sonny and plead for Faith Roscoís life. Do you really think Faith is not going to turn on you, Justus?

Justus: I'll take my chances.

Jason: Well, then you're something I never thought you were -- a fool. You were one of the best attorneys around. I dragged you out of that monastery to defend Sonny, but there's no way Iím putting myself on the line with Sonny to save Faith's sorry life! It's not going to happen!

Justus: Then I can't take Emilyís case.

Jason: Justus! Come on, you're not being fair. Emily is not in my line of work. And she's never treated you with anything but kindness and respect, and you would turn your back on her to help Faith? I thought that family meant something to you.

Justus: When did you start choking that word out?

Jason: I chose to keep my distance from the Quartermaines! You always wanted to be closer! This is your chance. You know Emily is the heart and soul of that family. You save her, and you are in. The Quartermaines may not be perfect, but they will stick with you a lot longer than Faith will. So Iím asking you -- again. Please, do the right thing and help Emily. I really think she's going to need it.

Elizabeth: We're too late.

Nikolas: We -- we don't know that yet.

Lucky: All right, no scenes. It'll backfire.

Nikolas: What do you suggest we do?

Lucky: Nothing. It's in Emilyís hands right now.

Ric: Now, the final autopsy report revealed that Mary Bishop didn't die from the gunshot wound. She died from being given the wrong medication.

Emily: I -- I know. Um -- that's why Iím here -- to tell you what I know about that night.

Ric: I'm listening.

Emily: I went to see Mary.

Ric: When you knew that she was recovering from being shot by Nikolas?

Emily: Yes.

Ric: Why would you do that?

Emily: I wanted to warn Mary to stay away from me and Nikolas.

Ric: How did she react?

Emily: She was hostile. She was threatening. She -- she acted like an alternate personality. She -- she talked as if Mary was someone else.

Ric: Mm-hmm?

Emily: She said that she was sure that she would be sent to a mental facility for a couple of years, and then be released.

Ric: What happened next?

Emily: Mary said she was going to kill me, and then I left.

Ric: Very upset, I would imagine.

Emily: Wouldn't you be?

Ric: Upset enough to want to kill her?

Lois: What was I thinking showing up at your door, trying to reach out to you, one human being to another in your time of grief?

Lorenzo: You came here because you feel guilty for asking me to sign over the rights to my dead niece's poem before the dirt is even fresh on her grave.

Lois: You really are the heartless bastard that everybody warned me about!

Lorenzo: And all those warnings just made you want to fly closer to the flame.

Lois: Hmm.

Lorenzo: Don't blame me if you got burned.

Lois: Why are you doing this? I wanted you; you wanted me back.

Lorenzo: And now I've had you. Let's just say we satisfied our curiosity and just leave it at that, all right?

Lois: Gladly.

Ned: Lois -- Lois? Who the hell do you think you are? What the hell did you do to Lois, huh?

Carly: Why are you staring at me like that?

John: Just trying to figure out why you're going to all this trouble to lie to a stranger.

Carly: You know what? This was a mistake. I thought that coming here and spending time with you would help me flesh out the character in my novel. But I didn't think that, you know -- I thought I'd ask questions, and I didn't think that you'd be grilling me like one of the criminals that you crusade against.

John: Hey, Iím sorry if I offended you.

Carly: Yeah, well, you know what? You did. Thanks for your time.

John: No problem.

Carly: I won't bother you again.

John: Goodbye.

Carly: Bye-bye.

John: Did you get into her room?

Man: Yeah. She's registered as Caroline Richards, and she's definitely not alone.

John: Hmm.

Jason: I thought we agreed Emily was not going to give a statement without an attorney present.

Nikolas: She came down here on her own --

Jason: Well, why didn't you try to stop her?

Lucky: Emily didn't exactly warn us ahead of time, Jason. She had an attack of conscience; she acted on it. Emily's not like you -- she's not good at stonewalling police.

Jason: That's too bad, Lucky, because Ric has an agenda. He always does.

Nikolas: You ok?

Emily: I'm fine.

Nikolas: Why didn't you tell us you were coming here? Why'd -- why'd you do that?

Ric: Because Emily knew that you would stop her from telling the truth, Nikolas. That's not an option anymore.

 [Lorenzo laughs]

Lorenzo: Everything that happened between me and Lois was by mutual consent. Why should you care, anyway?

Ned: Because Lois used to be my wife.

Lorenzo: Past tense. From what I understand, the only thing the two of you share is a record company and a talented daughter.

Ned: You have no idea what we share, but I will tell you this much. I will not stand by and watch you trash her life. Do you hear me?

Lorenzo: Is there something I can help you with?

Ned: I came over here to find Lois.

Lorenzo: And now you've found her. Now, have the decency to leave me alone to mourn my niece in peace.

[Lorenzo sighs]

Ned: Look, I'm genuinely sorry about Sage. But I mean it -- I'm not going to let you hurt --

Lorenzo: You lay a hand on me again; you'll find it under your pillow. Now get out.

Lois: Hi. Didn't expect to still see you here. What are you doing?

Brook Lynn: Working on Sage's lyrics. What happened to you?

Lois: Nothing.

Brook Lynn: Ma, don't tell me "nothing." Look, I know when something's wrong, all right? Hey -- hey? Did Alcazar hurt you?

Lois: Let's just say it didn't go very well.

Brook Lynn: I'm going to need more than that.

Lois: He's not the man I thought. He is the raging jerk that you and everybody told me he was.

Brook Lynn: Look at you. Your hands are shaking. Hey -- is it Dad?

Lois: What would your father have to do with anything?

Brook Lynn: Look, I don't know. He kind of got it out of me where you were going. By any chance, did he show up at Alcazar's?

Lois: Yeah. Now that you mention it -- um -- yeah, he was going in as I was coming out.

Brook Lynn: And -- what, that -- that's all you're going to tell me?

Lois: Drop it, please, ok?

Brook Lynn: No! Look, I know when something's wrong. You did him, didn't you?

Ric: I know that none of you here -- especially Jason, the experienced one -- thinks that it was wise for Emily to make a statement, but, personally, Iím very glad that she did.

Jason: Hmm, Iíll bet you are, Ric.

Ric: Oh, I'm sure you never heard of this phrase before, Jason, but the truth does set you free.

Nikolas: May we take that literally, Ric? Emily's free to go?

Ric: Yeah, sure. But I wouldn't make any plans out of town. We may need more clarification.

Jason: Emily, you shouldn't have done that.

Elizabeth: Yeah, Em. You know we had your back.

Lucky: I was ready to cover for you.

Emily: Listen, relax, guys. I lied. I gave Ric the story we came up with -- that I left Maryís room and I ran into Elizabeth. But you never left the med cart, and I never went back into Maryís room with those pills.

Nikolas: Thank God.

Emily: Look, I'm not feeling really good about lying here.

Jason: You did what you had to do.

Nikolas: Yeah, it's ok.

Justus: Jason told me you needed help. I want you to know Iím available.

Nikolas: Is -- is that an offer of representation?

Justus: Absolutely.

Nikolas: All right. I think we should take him up on it.

Emily: Ok, I -- I will, gratefully.

Justus: I'm happy to help and I'm willing to do whatever it takes to win this case, but I need to know the truth. Now, obviously, this isn't the place to do it, so could you guys come with me?

Nikolas: Sure, ok.

Lucky: Hey, I need to be there, too.

Justus: Absolutely not.

Lucky: Why? Because I'm a -- Iím a cop? More importantly, I'm Emilyís friend. I won't say or do anything that makes things worse for her.

Justus: Let's go.

Elizabeth: Hey, what about me, because I'd really like to be with Emily. I think --

Justus: I'll let you know if I need you.

Jason: Just so you know, there's no deal.

Justus: I'm clear on that, but you're right -- Emilyís family. Let's go, guys.

Elizabeth: Why is Justus excluding me?

Ric: Oh, I'm glad you're still here. Look, I'm sorry, but I need to ask you some questions about Mary Bishop's death.

John: Yeah, Carlyís no more a novelist than you are.

Man: What do you think she's after?

John: I don't know. I scared her off before she could tell me. I want you to work your magic, doc. I want you to tell me everything this bottle can tell us about Caroline Richards.

Carly: Hey. I thought you were leaving.

Sonny: Yeah, I was, until I caught Coleman just about to toss the room.

Carly: Coleman came back here?

Sonny: Yeah, we had a little chat. He spilled his guts. Yeah, Coleman came right out and admitted he was slimy enough to have invented this Jack Desoto, and -- but he's --

Carly: Ok, well, then you know what? I probably -- probably should have gone about this differently, but I had my reasons for approaching it the way that I did. You know, I understand now why mama just wanted me to leave it alone, but, you know, Sonny, things -- things are not as bad as you think. I can handle my father.

Sonny: So you -- you met him?

Carly: Yeah. I -- it's just -- you know what? After -- after what Coleman told you, nothing can be surprising, right?

Sonny: Sanitation work is an honorable profession, but surprising? You know, I don't think so. So how -- how was it when you first saw your father?

Carly: Strange.

Sonny: Was there a family resemblance?

Carly: Some similarity here or there. I don't know, maybe I'm just seeing what I want to see.

Sonny: Is he a nice guy?

Carly: I didn't really get all that much, you know? I -- I asked him a few questions in casual conversation and -- I mean, that was kind of it.

Sonny: So this Jack Desoto is really your father?

Carly: It's possible. I don't know, Sonny. I didn't tell him.

Sonny: Why?

Carly: Because it's -- he seemed happy; he seemed content. It just didn't seem fair, you know?

Sonny: Yeah.

Carly: I think you and Jason are right. I can't -- can't have some kind of relationship with my father right now at this stage in my life and not expect things to be a problem somewhere. So, you know, I wanted to meet me father. I did. I'm just going to let it be enough.

Sonny: Well, I'm sorry. I mean, you know, I know you wanted a different outcome.

Carly: Yeah, well, you can't always get what you want, right? But you have been wonderful. Thank you.

Sonny: Well, that's part of the job.

Carly: Oh, right, because loving me is a job, hmm?

Sonny: No. Just sometimes, you know, but there are great benefits.

Lois: My personal life is not an appropriate topic of conversation for the two of us.

Brook Lynn: Really? Well, since when have I ever been able to avoid it?

Lois: Are you insulting me? Because, frankly, I've been insulted enough for one night.

Brook Lynn: No, I'm not insulting you. Look, it's just that you're normally flaunting yourself and your love life for everybody to see how hip you are. How often were you out until dawn with your latest about-to-break rock star?

Lois: Ok. My past indiscretions aside, the question is still way off the mark.

Brook Lynn: Come on, ma. I mean, isn't -- isn't it you that's always saying that you're my mom, but you're also my best friend? Why can't that go both ways? Look, you obviously need a friend right now, and I'd really like it to be me. Please? Come on, tell me what happened.

Lois: Ok.

Brook Lynn: Come on.

Lois: I thought that Lorenzo and I had a connection, but I was wrong. He used me. And it wasn't enough for him to throw it in my face, but he had to treat me like a piece of garbage that he scraped off the bottom of his shoe.

Brook Lynn: Come here. Shh, shh. It's ok.

Elizabeth: So, what do you want to know?

Ric: You delivered the med cart to the on-duty nurse the night that Mary Bishop got the wrong medication, is that right?

Jason: I don't like where this is going.

Ric: Look, Jason, if you can't keep your mouth shut --

Jason: You're not going to accuse Elizabeth of killing a woman she barely knew, Ric!

Ric: You know what? You have no --

Elizabeth: Wait, me?

Ric: Get out, get out.

Elizabeth: Ric --

Ric: Officer? Thank you.

Elizabeth: Oh, come on, Ric. You know I didn't kill anybody.

Ric: I'm not saying that you did.

Elizabeth: Then what are you saying?

Ric: You, Nikolas, Emily, and Lucky are as tight as four friends can be. The three of them covered for you when they thought that you killed Zander, right? I don't know, maybe that's what's happening now.

Elizabeth: Oh, you think I'm covering for Emily?

Ric: Or the other way around. Either way, a woman is dead, and like it or not, it is my job to get to the bottom of what happened to her.

Emily: I can't deny that I thought about it, and I knew that -- that the wrong meds -- or the right ones, depending on how you look at it -- could stop Mary for good. But all I did was -- was grab the meds, the prescribed ones, and I took them back into her room as an excuse to go back and try to get through to her again.

Justus: I don't understand, Emily. Why -- why wouldn't you just leave the hospital?

Emily: I don't even know, Justus. Maybe I thought that I could finally find the words to -- to make her back off. I don't know, it just seems so stupid now.

Justus: You realize going back inside that room gives you motive, means, and opportunity?

Nikolas: Yeah, but she didn't kill Mary. You know that.

Justus: Was there anyone else inside that room?

Emily: No.

Justus: Did you see anyone?

Lucky: There was no one. And that -- it just -- it doesn't make sense.

Justus: No, it doesn't. Maybe Elizabeth killed her.

Emily: No. That's impossible.

Justus: Now, Lansing might see it another way. I need a copy of Maryís autopsy report.

Lucky: I can get that for you.

Justus: No more meetings alone with the D.A. If he calls you, you call me directly, ok?

Emily: Will do.

Justus: All right, guys.

Nikolas: Ahem.

Emily: Oh, this keeps getting worse. What, now -- now Elizabethís a suspect?

Nikolas: No, Justus was spinning. We don't know that for sure.

Emily: No, listen, none of this would be happening if Iíd just done what you asked and stayed out of Maryís room. I mean, who knows? She might be alive right now.

Nikolas: Emily, don't start thinking like that. You did what seemed right at the time. Now we just deal with the fallout. At least we know you didn't kill Mary.

Emily: No, Nikolas. I don't know that at all.

 [Lois laughs]

Lois: I swore I was never going to honk or cry over a man ever again in this lifetime.

Brook Lynn: You're the one who always says to stay away from gangster-type guys. What's the attraction to Lorenzo Alcazar, then, huh? Is it the danger? Does that turn you on? Or did you think that you could change him?

Lois: The truth? The danger is a very large part. There's a certain rush you get from walking on the edge of the world when you know you're either going to soar or splat, but either one is ok because the moment is so pure. And then there's the attention, a certain feeling you get from the focus of a man like Lorenzo Alcazar. Nobody knows better than me that I am not 21 anymore. But there's certain things that can make me feel very young -- like certain people, clothes. And try as I might to be a responsible adult, I just don't see anything wrong with it. So I put myself out there right in front of a freight train, even though I see it coming. So why am I so shocked that I get flattened like a pancake? Right? Oh, the sad truth is that I think my chances for love are all behind me. Yeah. I think I either lost them or, even worse, I never even noticed they were there.

Brook Lynn: Maybe you never fell out of love with Dad.

Jason: A half-hour ago, you were badgering Emily without an attorney present, now it's Elizabethís turn? Elizabeth, you don't have to stay here for this.

Ric: You know what? You're tampering with a witness. If you don't back off, Iím going to have you arrested.

Jason: Go ahead, Ric. You don't have to talk to him.

Elizabeth: Jason, it's ok. I can handle this.

Ric: Look, have a little faith here, ok? I don't want her implicated in Maryís death any more than you do.

Elizabeth: Really, Jason, I'm going to be fine.

Jason: Ok, if you change your mind, Iíll come right back with Justus.

[Ric sighs]

Ric: You guys keep him busy, don't you? Look, I know this stinks, but Jason is right. You may want to call an attorney.

Elizabeth: I have nothing to hide.

Ric: I hope so, Elizabeth, because if you're lying to protect Emily, you got to remember you have a little boy at home who needs your protection, too.

Emily: What if I gave Mary the wrong medication accidentally on purpose, Nikolas? I mean -- can't deny that I wanted Mary out of our lives more than anything.

Nikolas: So what if you did? I'm sorry, Emily. Maybe I'm not a nice person, but I don't feel bad for Mary. She killed two people, and nearly killed you. I'm glad she's gone. I just wish she'd stay that way. I mean, even now it's like she's -- it's like she's here right between us, trying to make you feel guilty and responsible for what happened, making it all about herself, and Iím telling you I'm not going to let that happen. All right? I'm going to turn the focus back where it belongs. But I need your cooperation.

Sonny: You all right?

Carly: Yeah, you were fabulous.

Sonny: I know. We were talking about your father.

Carly: You are so arrogant.

Sonny: No, it's called confidence.

Carly: Oh.

Sonny: There's a difference.

Carly: Oh, right. Well, you -- you just keeping telling yourself that, ok? You know what? I'm fine, I think, for the most part. But, you know, I just keep wondering what it would've been like if I hadn't been adopted and I had actually grown up with my mother and my father.

Sonny: So you -- you want to give up? The search is really over for you?

Carly: Yeah, it's over.

John: Talk to me.

Man: The D.N.A. samples show that Ms. Caroline Richards is a blood relative of yours.

John: What? Oh. Well, I guess that would explain all the questions about family. How close? What are we talking here, like daughter close?

Man: We can't tell yet. Also, her name is not Caroline Richards, at least not anymore. She has a husband -- Michael "Sonny" Corinthos. That's right. You have a relative who is married to Public Enemy Number One.

John: Beautiful. Ey!

Ned: Hi.

Brook Lynn: Hey.

Ned: Have you seen your mother?

Brook Lynn: She was here.

Ned: Did she seem ok?

Brook Lynn: I mean, after doing the guy and then getting kicked to the curb? It's all right; ma and I had a talk.

Ned: Your mother shouldn't be dragging you into this stuff.

Brook Lynn: Dad, Iíve been in it since the day I was born, all right? But now I want to have a talk with you.

Ned: Well, what about?

Brook Lynn: Well, ma didn't end up with Alcazar for the obvious reasons.

Ned: Ok. What do you think it was about?

Brook Lynn: Uh -- you. Look, I know. I know, ok? Guilty. I'm a child of divorce, and just like any other cookie-cutter child of divorce, I want my parents back together, and I always have. But for once, I feel like we're all on the same page.

Ned: Brook --

Brook Lynn: No, seriously. Look, ma went to Alcazar because she wanted you to worry about her. It's the only way that she knows how to make you care, and you do, don't you?

[Ned sighs]

Brook Lynn: Hey, I can tell.

Lois: All of a sudden, the air isn't so fresh.

Lorenzo: Lois, wait. I owe you a profound apology.

Lois: Gee, I wonder why. Maybe because you used me for sex and then pitched me out into the night like yesterday's garbage?

Jason: Hey, Elizabeth?

Elizabeth: Oh, hi.

Jason: Looks like you survived ok.

Elizabeth: Oh, yeah, barely. Thanks for standing up for me with Ric.

Jason: Yeah, I'm not going to let him give you a hard time just because he can.

Elizabeth: I just can't believe this is happening, you know? I mean, I'm finally settling in, I happen to love my job, and now this?

Nikolas: I'd only just got you back when all hell broke loose, but I'm not going to let circumstances come between us again, ok?

Emily: I don't want that, either.

Nikolas: Good. Then say yes.

Emily: To what?

Nikolas: My proposal. I love you. No -- no more putting this off. Say you'll marry me now.

Sonny: Ok, I think we spend another day here, I take you out on the town, dinner, dancing, and then tomorrow you can spend all my money on Fifth Avenue.

Carly: Ooh.

Sonny: And then after that, we can go home.

Carly: That sounds good.

Sonny: Yeah?

Carly: But if it's all the same to you, I would really like to go home tonight. I want to see the boys.

Sonny: Yeah, but they're going to be sleeping.

Carly: I know, but I like to watch them sleep.

Sonny: Ok, well, you know what? You think about it, I'll take a shower, and, you know.

Carly: Ok.

[Shower runs]

 [Knock on door]

John: I think we have some unfinished business, huh?

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Emily: I canít.

Lorenzo: I made a mistake.

Lois: The feeling is mutual. I have absolutely no desire to ever see you again.

John: I think we got off to a bad start. I'd like to make it up to you.

Sonny: Who was at the front door?

John: I'm going to use her to put Sonny Corinthos behind bars.

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