GH Transcript Tuesday 12/7/04

General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 12/7/04



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Proofread by Brian

Jax: Courtney, I didn't just stumble upon this space. I picked it because I thought it would be perfect for your office.

Courtney: Well, that's incredibly thoughtful and generous, Jax, but that's exactly why I can't accept.

Jax: Does this have something to do with -- is it, like, a pride issue, perhaps?

Courtney: It's not my pride. It's -- it's my feelings for you.

Elizabeth: Hey. I came as soon as I got your message. What's going --?

Nikolas: I'm worried about Emily. She was really upset when they took me back into custody. I'm afraid she's going to do something desperate.

Emily: Ok, Judge Woods?

Judge Woods: Mrs. Cassadine?

Emily: Yes, that's right. Thank you for agreeing to meet with me. My husband doesn't belong in prison, and I need to explain why.

Edward: Skye, you just got out of the hospital. What are you doing working?

Skye: Oh, I'm not. I'm just looking at some of Heather's old phone records here and some personal paperwork she left behind. I'm trying to find some clues to help Luke find out where Heather has Laura stashed.

Edward: You almost died getting involved with that screwball. Let him find his own wife.

Skye: I thought you liked Laura Spencer. Lila told me you always had a nice relationship.

Edward: We did, but it doesn't mean you have to get involved in this. You could end up breaking your own heart.

Skye: You think that Luke wants Laura back?

Edward: Yes, I do, honey. Yes, I do. I think the minute he finds Laura is when he's going to show you the door.

Lucky: Say we manage to find Mom and we bring her back home. Then what, dad?

Luke: I don't know. Don't futurize this. Let's just save her.

Lucky: Fine, we save her. We save her from whoever Heather left Mom with. Then what, dad?

Luke: Then she isn't in danger anymore.

Lucky: What about you? Hmm? Are we just going to take Mom home; maybe hope for some miracle? Then maybe she'll wake up one morning, then maybe recognize you? Is that what you're hoping? That maybe she'll even be able to remember your name? Are you going to take her back to some institute and try and get on with the rest of your life?

Luke: I don't know.

Justus: As I understand it, that file was destroyed last week. Forensics found nothing but ashes.

Ric: I moved the file to another location. I had to make sure that the evidence wasn't compromised before we made an arrest.

Carly: Ok, he is lying. Alexis used that file to try and blackmail Sonny into giving her full custody. When he refused, then she gave it to Ric.

Mac: That's a pretty serious accusation.

Ric: Of which Carly has absolutely no proof.

John: I'm the one you should be arresting.

Ric: Why is that?

John: I'm the one who stole the file from Sonny's house in the first place. This is all my doing. I was helping Carly move out of her husband's penthouse. The file incriminating Sonny was in my grandson's box of comic books. I didn't have a warrant to search the premises, nor did I have an agreement with a judge. The incriminating file was a result of an illegal search and seizure, therefore inadmissible in court. Sonny will have to be released.

Nikolas: I thought she was going to be all right, but she's not.

Elizabeth: Nikolas, Emily wanted to marry you.

Nikolas: Yeah, and her family warned her that it would break it heart, and it did.

Elizabeth: No, her heart is not broken. Her love for you is the one thing she is certain about.

Nikolas: When the police came to take me back, she fell apart. She was crying, she was holding onto me, begging them not to let me go.

Elizabeth: Of course it was a terrible moment.

Nikolas: It could be more than just a moment. It could be years, decades before I get out of here.

Elizabeth: She'll handle it.

Nikolas: Emily deserves a life, even if it doesn't include me. She can't see what's ahead. I can't see what's ahead. But someday she might -- you know, she might meet someone else, someone she wants to have a family with, and I have to --

Elizabeth: Ok, Nikolas, stop, ok? Emily will always love you, just as you will always love her.

Nikolas: I just keep seeing her face when they took me away, Liz. She was devastated.

Elizabeth: You need to have a little faith in her. Emily is amazingly strong, and she promised to love you for better or worse, and she will.

Emily: Nikolas killed Helena to save my life. I would have sworn that under oath if the case had gone to trial.

Judge Woods: Mr. Cassadine confessed to throwing his grandmother off a cliff.

Emily: Helena had tried to kill me more than once. She put a knife to my throat and she tried to shove me over the side of a cliff.

Judge Woods: Mr. Cassadine stopped her, and, by his own admission, the knife had fallen from her hand the time --

Emily: He was protecting me. Nikolas is a good and moral person. His grandmother was a psychopath.

Judge Woods: The law doesn't see it that way.

Emily: Helena swore that she would keep trying to kill me until she succeeded. It wasn't an idle threat. She had killed before, and she always managed to avoid prosecution.

Judge Woods: I'm sorry. As much as I admire your defense of your husband, he --

Emily: Ask the police for a copy of Helena Cassadine’s file. Don't try to read it all. Just skim the headlines and a portrait will emerge -- not of a woman who's frail and helpless, but of a truly evil woman. Please, consider the history and the character of this so-called victim before you sentence my husband.

Judge Woods: All right. I won't promise anything, but I'll look into it further.

Emily: Thank you. Thank you.

Skye: Luke is not just going to toss me aside when he finds Laura, ok? He's been incredibly loyal to me. He's been on my side like nobody else in my life ever has.

Edward: You're kidding yourself, darling, just like I did about Heather. The whole family warned me. I didn't listen to them. I put us all through hell.

Skye: Yes, well, Luke is no Heather.

Edward: No, but he can still break your heart.

Skye: You're the one who said that Luke abandoned me when I was convicted this summer and sent to Pentonville. And as it turns out, Luke was locked in some psych ward, too drugged up to function. But when I said he'd come back for me, you said that I had blinders on, and yet Luke managed to escape and come save me. And just now, when Heather drugged me and left me to die, Luke is the one who came and saved my life.

Edward: I know. I'm aware of that.

Skye: Then why do you find it so hard to believe that Luke actually cares about me?

Edward: Darling, I’m sure he cares about you. I mean, who wouldn't? You're beautiful and you're brave and you're resilient.

Skye: Yeah? Well, then you have to trust me to make my own decisions.

Edward: I'm just concerned about this as much as he cares about you. Laura is the love of his life. Why do you want to settle for leftovers from a man who can't give up on his wife?

Luke: Stop making this so complicated. Your mother isn't safe. We need to find her.

Lucky: I'm just worried about your expectations, dad.

Luke: I don't have any expectations.

Lucky: You're still in love with Mom. You would've traded your soul to bring her back. And you did for a while.

Luke: Ok, you save this for the essay questions. This is a simple yes or no -- will you use your badge to get me into Ferncliff so I can talk to Heather?

Lucky: Dad, listen, how far are you willing to go? You want to go back to jail? You want to go back to the bottle? Are you willing to sacrifice just to connect with a woman that doesn't even exist anymore?

Luke: Ok, I'm going to take this as a "No, I won't help you."

Lucky: No, dad, listen, all I'm trying to say --

Luke: No, no, it's ok! Don't worry about it! You be a cop, hold your head up high. I'll take care of this myself!

Lucky: Yeah, and what happens when you do find Mom and she's not any better? Because that is reality! She's never going to get better.

Luke: I don't know what's going to happen, son. I can't see that far ahead. And neither can you.

Brook Lynn: Hi.

Mike: Hey.

Brook Lynn: I'm sorry; do you have a minute to talk?

Mike: Well, back from your runaway road trip to Mexico. You in trouble again?

Diego: No, look, I'm not looking for trouble. I have, actually, questions about Sonny.

Mike: Oh, don't tell me you still want to work for him.

Diego: No, it's not that.

Mike: Then what? What?

Brook Lynn: Look, Diego’s father was killed when he was a baby.

Mike: Well, I'm sorry, but what does that have to do with Sonny?

Diego: My father had a powerful enemy, ok, who might have killed him. All I know about this enemy -- whoever it might be -- he lives in Port Charles right now.

Lorenzo: Let me get this straight. I sent a fax to Luke, which you intercepted, and then faxed me back to set up this meeting?

Dillon: Well -- yeah.

Lorenzo: Pretending you were Luke?

Dillon: Yeah, I mean, you know, it was kind of a cryptic fax. You didn't even sign it or anything.

Lorenzo: So you decided to play detective?

Dillon: No, I just -- you know, Luke’s a good guy. I just figured that we didn't want him to get into too much trouble.

Lorenzo: Did it occur to you to ask Luke who sent the fax?

Georgie: Well, Luke was out, so we decided we'd take care of it for him.

Lorenzo: Ah. Well, it may reassure you to hear that that cryptic fax was to set up a meeting to finalize the repayment of a loan I made to your friend Luke.

Dillon: Oh.

Georgie: I'm really sorry we bothered you.

Dillon: Yeah.

Lorenzo: Apology accepted.

Dillon: Hey, you know, it's funny because it was a really cool logo that you had on the fax there, and I thought that I had seen it before, but I wasn't sure exactly where from.

Lorenzo: Well, I'm sure you saw it when you were visiting Sage. It started off as the Alcazar cattle brand, then became the corporate logo. Listen, no more cloak-and-dagger games, ok?

Dillon: No, yeah, no, we're done with that. Sorry. We won't -- wait a minute. So this is the same thing as Alcazar's corporate logo.

Georgie: So Alcazar's symbol is the key to Diego’s past?

Ric: Well, it's only natural to want to shield your grandchildren from the ordeal of seeing their father tried, sentenced, then convicted, but before you make a formal statement, Mr. Durant, I think maybe you should consider everything that you have at stake.

John: I realize there will be consequences.

Ric: You'll be cited for obstruction of justice. You will go before the bar. You career will be over. So maybe you should take a second here and evaluate exactly what you have at stake.

Jason: Here comes Stan.

Sonny: With the tape of Durant talking to Meyer?

Jason: Yeah, admitting that he stole the file.

Stan: And I made copies.

Jason: Ok, Ric -- his case has disappeared against you no matter how this plays out.

John: I tipped you to go to the jetty docks on the morning of November 18. I arranged for the file to be in plain sight. I watched from around the corner as you approached the passerby in the dark suit, thinking he had placed the anonymous call. I know what I stand to lose. I'm ready to make a statement, suffer the consequences. My only regret is that I will most likely lose my daughter.

Mike: How old were you when your father died?

Diego: 1 or 2. I don't remember him.

Mike: All right. Sonny and I were estranged at that time. So I’m sorry, there's nothing I can tell you.

Diego: Well, how about later? Did Sonny ever mention someone he had to get rid of?

Mike: Look, Sonny has never confided in me about his business.

Diego: There's got to be a way I could find out.

Mike: Diego, listen to me -- stay away from Sonny. He's a decent man, but he can be very dangerous when he's crossed.

Brook Lynn: Look, Diego, maybe we should leave this alone.

Diego: No, no way.

Brook Lynn: No, wait, what if Mike is right about Sonny?

Diego: This is my family. I need to know the truth. I'm not going to run off like a scared rabbit just because things get a little risky.

Brook Lynn: Yeah, well, what if it's a little bit more than "a little bit"?

Lorenzo: Sorry to interrupt. I need to speak to you privately.

Diego: Do you mind?

Brook Lynn: No problem.

Diego: If this is about a job, the answer's yes.

Lorenzo: You won't be working for me now or ever.

Diego: What do you want?

Lorenzo: Lois Cerullo is important to me, which means that her daughter, Brook Lynn, is also important to me. Now, Lois was extremely upset when you took her daughter to Mexico.

Diego: Yeah, and I already said I was --

Lorenzo: You upset Lois again or you cause Brook Lynn to get in any kind of trouble or to be any way distressed or worried, there will be consequences. Do I make myself clear?

Diego: Yes.

Dillon: Maybe we should forget about this.

Georgie: You mean not tell Diego?

Dillon: Well, he already wants to be a gangster. What are we going to do, tell him that he has a connection to Alcazar and let him go further and further into the mob?

Georgie: It's a stupid choice, but I think it's his to make. I think we should tell him about the sunburst symbol.

Dillon: Yeah, ok, and watch him go headfirst into serious trouble?

Georgie: Dillon, if there were a secret in your past, wouldn't you want to know about it?

Dillon: Ok. If finding out put me in some serious danger, would you still tell me the truth?

John: The morning of November 15, I helped my daughter move some of her and her children's belongings --

Sonny: Now that you know who she is, you're not above using her to get to me?

John: No, that's something I can't do. When I got back the results of the D.N.A., I realized that I needed to get to know you. I mean, we're family, right?

Jason: Carly? You don't need to hear this.

John: I also may have misinterpreted my encounter with Jason Morgan this morning. He didn't threaten me, nor did he shoot the accountant Howard Meyer. That's simply what he wanted me to believe.

Mac: What are you saying?

John: My encounters with Meyer and Morgan were both a setup.

Mac: So you're not pressing charges against Jason Morgan?

John: There's no charges to press. It's my guess that Howard Meyer is in perfectly good shape.

Mac: You're free to go.

Justus: The evidence against my client is inadmissible. You have no grounds to hold him.

Alexis: Inadmissibility of evidence needs to be determined by a judge.

Justus: This is a clear-cut case of illegal search and seizure.

Alexis: Judges have ruled alleged tainted evidence as admissible in a number of case precedents. There's Wyoming vs. Applegate --

Justus: Those rulings were made by policemen in the course of their duties, not by grandfathers stealing little stashes of boys' comic books.

Alexis: Again, it needs to be determined by a judge.

Justus: Mr. Durant's actions were illegal. He had no warrant.

Alexis: Sonny shouldn't be released until you've researched every legal precedent. I know that you'll do everything you can to make a case against him.

Ric: With nothing but tainted evidence against Sonny, I have no choice but to let him go.

Sonny: See you in court.

Jax: How can you turn down a space like this?

Courtney: Jax, I appreciate that, I do.

Jax: Well, then say yes, because this office is perfect for you. I mean, look, look, you've got big windows, you got high ceilings, and not to mention you have southern exposure, which is great for plants and people, of course.

Courtney: It's -- it's a lovely room. It is.

Jax: And the best part is that my Feng Shui consultant tells me that --

Courtney: Your what?

Jax: Yes, she tells me that this room vibrates harmony and good fortune. Yes. See?

Courtney: You know, you could sell ice to the Eskimos.

Jax: Well, it's too bad you're not one.

Courtney: Oh, Jax, it's not the room, and you know it. Look, I have to make my own visions, and if I want to find a new office, I need to go out and find one myself.

Jax: Well, congratulations because you've just found one.

Courtney: See?

Jax: What? What?

Courtney: You take charge, you know, of your business, of your life. I -- oh, gosh. Look, you are so wonderful and kind and generous. I need to be independent.

Jax: Ok. All right, ok, I will let you make your own decision. I will not try to sway you one way or the other.

Courtney: Thank you.

Jax: But I still want to point out that, you know, besides being spacious and well-located, this office has one other amenity.

Courtney: What's that?

Jax: Well --

[Courtney laughs]

Courtney: Jax, it's the middle of the day. Someone's going to see us.

Jax: The best feature of this office is its privacy.

Monica: Hello.

Emily: Hi.

Alan: Hey! I didn't know you were here.

Emily: Yeah, I just stopped by to get a few things.

Monica: Well, can you stay for a while?

Emily: Oh, thanks, Mom, but I want to get back to the police station to see Nikolas.

Alan: I know this is difficult for you.

Emily: Yeah. It was hard, you know, when they came to take Nikolas back, but I'm feeling better now that I’ve spoken to the judge.

Monica: You talked to the judge? Emily, you are a Quartermaine. That could be construed as bribery.

Emily: Mom, I only asked the judge to consider Helena’s criminal history, and he said that he would. So he's going to take a look at her file, he's going to see a long pattern of psychotic behavior, and hopefully he'll decide to give Nikolas a suspended sentence.

Alan: Listen, Em, you mustn't get your hopes up. Nikolas confessed to murder. He's going to be in prison a long time.

Emily: I'll appeal the sentence or I'll go to the governor and ask him for clemency.

Monica: And meanwhile, Emily, you're going to be all alone.

Emily: I'm going to visit Nikolas as often as I'm allowed.

Alan: Years of appeals, prison visits? Is that the kind of life you want?

Emily: Why can't you understand? Nikolas is my life.

Nikolas: Time for me to go back down?

Officer: You'll probably want to see this first.

Nikolas: Annulment papers. Courtesy of my wife's grandfather. Oh, see? It says here he wants me to do the right thing. Um -- I'm going to need some time to think about this. Is there any rush to get me back down to lockup?

Officer: Take all the time you need.

Nikolas: Thanks. Wait. Could I -- could I borrow your pen?

Carly: You warned me, Jason, about a hundred times. And I said my -- my father's not after Sonny, he's here for me, he cares about me, he wants to get to know me. And I bought all of it -- the dinners, the photo albums, all the generations of Durants, the cottage with the skateboard ramp. It was always about Sonny, never me.

Jason: Sonny is why Durant came to town. But what your father just did now at the station -- Carly, that wasn't about anybody but -- but you.

Skye: Let me guess -- Lucky wouldn't let you into Ferncliff to see Heather.

Luke: I don't understand him. When did he become so rigid, so damn sanctimonious? And what is this obsession with obeying every law?

Skye: Oh, shame on that boy.

Luke: He's a big disappointment to me, Blaze.

Skye: Yeah, well, I've been working this other angle. I requested Heather's bank records from her brief tenure as Edward’s bride. I figured who's ever holding Laura certainly isn't doing it for free, so maybe some of Heather's canceled checks will yield a clue.

Luke: Good thinking.

Skye: Yeah, thanks. A messenger from the bank should be here any minute.

Luke: Ok, well, no matter what the bank statements tell us or not, I think we're still going to have to break into the PCPD crime lab and go through Heather's stuff.

Skye: Another break-in?

Luke: Unless that's too far over the line for you.

Skye: No. Luke, you know that I'm up for anything with you. But what's going to happen to us, you know, our -- our partnership when you finally catch up with your wife?

Jason: Hey.

Elizabeth: Hey.

Jason: Sam had an appointment with Dr. Meadows. Do you think she's --

Elizabeth: She's in the lounge.

Sam: So I thought you might like to color, and you do. I brought you all kinds of crayons. We got green and pink and purple. You want me to start?

Kristina: Yeah.

Sam: Yeah? I'll make you -- how about a flower?

Kristina: You'll make a flower?

Sam: Yeah.

Ric: I'm sorry.

Alexis: It's not your fault.

Ric: No. Well, you couldn't have foreseen what was going to happen with Sonny.

Alexis: I knew that I wouldn't win against him because nobody ever does, but I had to try.

[Ric sighs]

Ric: Well, in an ideal world, right?

Alexis: It's not an ideal world.

Ric: You were protecting your daughter, Alexis.

Alexis: And now I could lose her.

Ric: No, you are not. I'm not going to let that happen. We will win this together.

Alexis: How?

Ric: I'll show you.

Luke: There. If that don't kill you, it'll make you feel better. I know after Laura was taken away, I spun out of control. It seemed like a good excuse to poison what was left of the rest of my life.

Skye: Does it still?

Luke: No. No, now I want to live. I still think there's a lot of life in this old carcass. You know what the difference is?

Skye: What?

Luke: You.

Jax: You know, now that we've christened the place, I don't think it would be right if we leased it to someone else.

Courtney: Nice try, but I like my office.

Jax: But it's too far away from mine.

Courtney: Hmm.

Jax: It's too far. I mean, I want you in the same building, preferably right next door. I mean, how else can I make sure that we make love on your desk every day?

Courtney: Oh, you're pretty sure of yourself, aren't you?

Jax: Well, that's a good thing, isn't it? Because if I would've given up any of the first 50 times you turned me down, then we would've missed out on a lot of it.

Courtney: Hmm. Well, that may be true, but my office is for foundation business only. No personal distractions of any kind. Are we clear?

Jax: If that's what you want.

Courtney: Mm-hmm. That was too easy.

Jax: No, I respect your decision, and I don't want to make you do something that you're not comfortable with.

Courtney: Hmm. I'm glad we got that settled.

Jax: But just so you know, my office is available anytime you're in the mood.

Ric: So you take Kristina to play classes twice a week?

Alexis: I always make room for them in my schedule.

Ric: And what do you two do there?

Alexis: Her favorite thing is this plastic cottage that I have to squeeze in to to get into, and I sit on the bench with her and she makes me pretend lunch. It's a little hard on my back, but she has fun.

Ric: What's Kristina’s favorite toy?

Alexis: A plastic kitchen.

Ric: Naturally.

Alexis: In our house. She makes me pretend dinner there.

Ric: Ok. What's her -- what's her favorite real dinner?

Alexis: Chicken hotdogs, no nitrates.

Ric: Hmm.

Alexis: She eats a lot of healthy food. Her favorite fruit is blueberries.

Ric: What's her bedtime routine?

Alexis: I read her a story every night and I tuck her into bed with her stuffed animal. Her favorite one is lamby. And I sometimes play her a lullaby.

Ric: Which one?

Alexis: "When You Wish Upon a Star." It's our favorite song. And -- uh -- sometimes I even sing along, and she doesn't laugh because I have a terrible voice.

Ric: Please.

Alexis: I can't do this.

Ric: Yes, you can. Yes, you can, Alexis. Look at me. You can do this, and you're going to do it when I put you on the stand tomorrow.

Alexis: She's the joy of my life and I can't lose her.

Ric: And you're not going to lose her because your testimony is powerful, it is moving, and, above all, it is honest. It shows that you are Kristina’s mother day in and day out.

Alexis: Sonny's her father.

Ric: Yes, and he's a stranger. You have the advantage here, Alexis. You have been Kristina’s parent; the only one that she has known since the day she was born. Her biological father is a stranger, right? Now, what kind of cold, callous human being would send a little girl to live with a person that she doesn't even know?

John: There you are. I've been looking for you everywhere -- at the cottage, The Cellar, Bobbie.

Carly: There's something that I need to say to you.

John: Go ahead. I deserve it.

Carly: Thank you for what you did.

Emily: Hi.  Nikolas, what are those?

Nikolas: Annulment papers. Your grandfather had them sent over. He expects me to do the right thing.

Emily: Nikolas, we already agreed on this.

Nikolas: I know. I know.

Emily: You and I agreed that we didn't care what anyone else thought.

Nikolas: I know, I know. But what kind of life can I give you --

Emily: Nikolas --

Nikolas: From a prison cell, Emily?

Emily: You're the only man that I’ll ever love, all right? I married you --

Nikolas: I know.

Emily: Till death do us part. So unless you've decided that you don't love me anymore --

Nikolas: No, no, no. I'll always love you. You know that.

Emily: Ok, then we just need to have faith. Maybe the judge will be lenient and give you a shorter sentence.

Nikolas: What if he doesn't?

Emily: Then we'll face it together. For better, for worse.

Nikolas: Ok.

Nikolas: I love you.

Emily: I love you, too.

Luke: Heather started writing checks on Edward’s checkbook the minute she got married. I mean, this is amazing, the amount of money she spent on clothes, jewelry, days at the spa. Linens? You're not helping.

Skye: Oh, I'm just thinking about all the sweet things you said to me.

Luke: Now we're both getting sappy. Maybe we'd better get back to work.

Skye: Oh. Yeah, right. Ok. All right, all right, what do we have here? Oh. Pricey lunch. Huh, an even pricier haircut.

Luke: Keep looking.

Skye: Hey, wait a minute, wait a minute. It's a $1,000 check made out to a "P. Connolly"?

Luke: Let me see. "P. Connolly." Well, P. Connolly signed this over to an establishment in Memphis, Tennessee, called The Blue Note. What do you want to bet Mr. Connolly knows exactly where Laura is?

Carly: You didn't have to admit that you stole the file that incriminated Sonny.

John: I did it for you. Carly, I wanted to show you that I would rather be a father than a D.A. with a winning record. I wanted to prove to you with all my heart that I so regret taking advantage of your trust.

Carly: Do you? Do you regret the lies that you told when you first got here, or are they just the ones in the past few weeks?

John: What --

Carly: Uh -- you know what? Don't bother with an explanation because I won't be seeing you anymore, so it really doesn't matter.

John: Carly, Carly, don't say that.

Carly: I will pay you for the house. And I don't want you to contact me. I don't want you seeing me or the children anymore.

John: Carly, did you not just hear me then? I just blew up my entire career.

Carly: And it was a spectacular gesture.

John: Do you understand why I did it? I did it because I wanted to be worthy of your trust. That's what I --

Carly: Trust is not something you can just patch up, John. You used me. You used my children. There's no coming back from that.

John: So, wait -- whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. So I just, what, I just trashed my entire career for nothing?

Carly: Yeah, I guess you did. You gambled and you lost. Deal with it.

Sam: Now that is pretty. Ooh, pink? I love pink. I'll be back.

Jason: You're good with her.

Sam: Well, you -- you said it would help me heal if I looked at the life my daughter saved, so --

Jason: Well, you weren't ready then, so --

Sam: No. But now I am, I think. I mean, playing with her and watching her get healthier every day, it really does remind me that my daughter did not live and die in vain.

Alexis: Maybe you're right. The judge is going to see that I gave her a good home; that I’m a good mother.

Ric: Nobody can replace you as her parent, Alexis.

Alexis: Thanks for reminding me of that.

Sonny: Now you pushed me too far, Alexis.

Alexis: The feeling is mutual.

Sonny: I've never tried to hurt you. I've never lied to you about anything personal. You made me think that Ned was Kristina’s father for three years. I offered a compromise. You threw it in my face. I don't hate you, though, you know? You hate me too much to raise my own daughter, so I am going for full custody. And we all know who's going to win.

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