General Hospital Transcript Monday 12/20/04
Proofread by Brian
[Pounding on door]
Steven: Carly, it's me! Hello?
Steven: Whew! Oh, thank you for opening the door. It's freezing. Oh, my God. Ok, I know this looks bad, but I just -- I happened to be driving by, and -- ok, I didn't just happen to be, but I wanted to make sure you were ok. And then, see, I figured that the radio was exaggerating, but it turns out that they weren't. And then I came by and your car wasn't here, and then I came back and -- ok, see, that probably sounds like I'm stalking you, and I'm not, I swear. I just wanted to make sure that the tree hadn't fallen down.
Carly: Tree's fine.
Steven: Ok, there's something else I wanted, and only you can give it to me.
Sonny: Can you do me a favor? Can you keep an eye on Kristina?
Jordan: Sure. I mean, she's not going to do anything, right?
Sonny: Uh, no. Hey, Kristina?
Sonny: You be good to be my lawyer, ok, because we need her on our side. I'll be right back. Let's go!
Jordan: How you doing?
Kristina: How you doing?
Jordan: May I help you?
Michael: I know what you want, and you're not going to get it.
Sam: Any luck on that signal?
Jax: No. I'm sure Courtney’s fine. I just don't want her to worry about me.
Sam: So? Is that for Courtney?
Jax: Yeah. Yeah, she's cooking dinner for me as we speak.
Jason: Carly's missing part of her nativity scene, and --
Courtney: Come in. Just --
Jason: She had said that she asked you to store it last year, and I couldn't find it at my place, so I thought you might have just, you know, taken it by accident.
Courtney: And you couldn't have waited until the weather cleared?
Jason: Michael wanted it tonight and, really, if I volunteered to get it, I wouldn't have to decorate anymore.
Courtney: Sure. I'll just take a look.
Luke: Blaze? Hello? Skye? Oh, damn.
Bobbie: What happened? Is she all right?
Luke: Signal crashed. She's out on Old Post Road somewhere.
Bobbie: Are you sure?
Luke: Oh, this doesn't make any sense. Why is she out on a night like this, driving around?
Radio announcer: A blizzard warning is now in effect for Port Charles and all surrounding areas. Record snowfall, high winds, and rapidly dropping temperatures are moving in from Canada much faster than expected. All roads are treacherous, especially those north of the city.
Carly: You need a clothes hanger?
Steven: For my cell phone.
Carly: Oh, having trouble with your signal, are you?
Steven: It is locked in the car with my pager. What?
Steven: What? What, are you going to hop -- you're shaking your head at me? I'm a trained professional --
Carly: Oh, mm-hmm.
Steven: And I am problem solving.
Carly: Ok. Here you go.
Steven: Hey -- thanks.
Carly: You need anything else? Huh?
Steven: It's beautiful, isn't it? The candles and the light and the tree. And none of it is nearly as beautiful as you.
Michael: Are you comfortable? May I get you a soda? Cookie?
Jordan: I'm fine, thank you.
Michael: May I ask why you're here?
Jordan: I was making sure Alexis dropped off Kristina.
Michael: Well, I don't mean to be rude, but why didn't you just call and ask my dad?
Jordan: Well, I was stuck in the blizzard, and cars were sliding all over the place, and I saw your dad's building and I thought that I would just stop by here and hope that the storm died down.
Michael: Do you plan on spending the night?
Jordan: No, I don’t.
Michael: Sam spent the night here, and so did Kristina’s mom. My dad dumped both of them.
Jordan: I see.
Michael: My dad doesn't need another girlfriend.
Sonny: So, you two getting along?
Jordan: Yeah, Michael was just offering me some cookies.
Sonny: Ah. Michael? Are you already grilling Jordan?
Courtney: You know, I think I remember the box. It was just plain cardboard.
Jason: Yeah, is there a chance you marked it?
Courtney: I don't think so. Let me look. Have a shrimp. I made way too many for Jax and me. You know, he's going to be back any second.
Jason: No, no, I'll leave as soon as we find the box.
Courtney: I'm sorry, Jason. I mean, I didn't mean for it to sound that way. It's just -- oh, wait a second. Is this it? Let's see.
Jason: Is that it?
Courtney: Ah, yes!
Jason: All right.
Courtney: That's it.
Courtney: Here you go.
Jason: Thank you. Michael's going to be very happy.
Courtney: Well, you aren't taking that out to Carly’s tonight, are you?
Jason: No, Michael’s at Sonny's.
Jason: Kristina got out of the hospital, and Sonny wanted to have all his kids together.
Courtney: My brother is hands down the most selfish man I have ever met. I don't believe this. What, Carly’s just home by herself, isn't she?
Jason: Yeah, I guess so.
Courtney: I don't believe Sonny. I really don't. I just -- I'm sorry. I am, I'm sorry. Another Sonny rant right before the holidays, right?
Jason: Yeah. I better get going.
Radio announcer: Due to blizzard conditions, all city streets are now closed. Repeat, all Port Charles streets are now closed except to emergency vehicles. Citizens are advised to stay where they are. Any nonemergency drivers will be subject to fines and possible arrest.
Courtney: Ok, well, guess you're not going anywhere tonight.
Jax: I guess Mother Nature has ruined the evening for both of us. She can be a little cranky at times.
Sam: There's always tomorrow.
Jax: Oh, this from a woman who went out in the snow wearing high heels?
Sam: I -- yes, I know. I don't know why I get so impatient. Jason isn't going anywhere, you know?
Diego: Oh, get in here. Hurry up, come on, come on!
Brook Lynn: Ok, so, you think maybe next time we can try somewhere else? Because we almost froze getting here.
Diego: It's important. I'm supposed to be meeting Alcazar.
Brook Lynn: Did you call him or something?
Diego: I'm going to ask him if he's my father.
Lucky: Well, at least I know. I never have to wonder where my mother is or if she'll ever even get better.
Elizabeth: I am so sorry I had to tell you.
Lucky: I'd rather hear it from you than anyone.
Elizabeth: Thank you.
Lucky: You knew my mother the way she really was.
Elizabeth: Do you remember that white bouquet of roses she gave us? God, Lucky --
Lucky: Hey --
Elizabeth: I never imagined that I’d be telling you --
Lucky: Hey, it's all right. I let go of my mother a long time ago. You know, and Lulu -- she really never got to know who her mother was at all.
Elizabeth: She missed out on a lot. I remember the stories, though. Like when you were Lulu's age and you guys were -- where were you? Ireland or Morocco or somewhere -- I don't know -- but wherever you ended up, your mom would always bring you a glass of orange juice in the morning and trail mix or soda bread, whatever she had in her carpetbag. And then she'd review what your name was for the day, and where you were supposed to be from.
Lucky: Everything I needed to know.
Elizabeth: Yeah. Life on the run -- that was -- it was a lot to deal with.
Lucky: Made it fun. I mean, she kept us grounded and she always made sure that I knew my way home. You know, I just hope my dad stays at the hospital through all this.
Elizabeth: I'm sure he will.
Luke: Barbara, can you get me a line out?
Bobbie: No. Uh, because the hospital -- the phones are for personnel, you know, because we're really swamped right now, and we're treating patients right here because the E.R. generators are down, so, only for hospital personnel. I'm sorry.
Luke: You're saying I can't use the telephone?
Bobbie: I'm saying you could use it later when things get quieter.
Luke: Bobbie, Skye’s somewhere out there in that storm. I can't get a signal on this, and all your pay phones are down.
Bobbie: Well, I'm sure she's fine. I mean, she's probably just stuck in traffic trying to get back into town.
Luke: On Old Post Road?
Bobbie: Well, that would be my guess. Luke, you know what? I'm kind of busy right now. Do you want to go crash on the sofas until the storm passes over?
Luke: Hospital business, right? I feel sick.
Luke: It's ringing.
["Carol of the bells" plays]
Courtney: Well, at least dinner won't go to waste. You have to admit, tomato basil soup and rack of lamb beats chicken potpie.
Jason: I like chicken potpie.
Courtney: Yeah. Would you like a glass of water?
Jason: No, no, thanks. I'm not really thirsty.
Courtney: Oh, come on. Let me get you a glass. I promise I won't spill it on you. Do you remember that, when I spilt all the red wine on you? Oh my gosh. I was so worried about that dinner, and all I was trying to do was be nice, and it looked like even more, and -- anyway -- see? I didn't spill a drop.
Courtney: Yeah. Isn't it amazing how far we've come in the last two years?
Jason: Yeah, everything's so different now.
Jax: So, you and Jason have survived some pretty tough times, yeah?
Sam: Yeah. You know, I never thought I could actually care for anyone this much, or that I would even have the courage to go for it, to tell him how I feel, but I did.
Jax: Hmm. Well, I'm glad that you're happy.
Sam: Thank you.
Jax: I know that you have feelings for Jason and that you need him. And please don't misunderstand this, but, do you honestly believe that he will ever need you or anyone else?
Brook Lynn: What exactly are you planning to say to Mr. Alcazar?
Diego: Well, first I'm going to see what mood he's in.
Brook Lynn: What mood he's in?
Brook Lynn: Oh, ok. So, we're in a blizzard, right, and all the electricity's out, and he thinks you're a pain on a good day. So what kind of a mood are you expecting?
Diego: Then you don't want me to ask him?
Brook Lynn: No.
Diego: Look, what if it's true? What if Alcazar is my father?
Lucky: My dad -- he's -- he's been living without my mom for a long time.
Elizabeth: Yeah, but he always dreamed of getting back together with her.
Lucky: We let go of our dreams, didn't we? And we've done all right.
Elizabeth: We didn't let go. Our dreams just changed, that's all, Lucky. We grew up.
Lucky: Well, at least my dad's not dressed up as Santa Claus, giving away all his things.
Lucky: Or on the roof, about to jump off of General Hospital. Well, as far as we know.
Elizabeth: He's with Skye, and I'm sure she'll take care of him.
Lucky: My dad's a gambler. If he considers my mom his last chance at getting his life back, maybe he'll take it.
Bobbie: Hey, Luke. Did you find Skye?
Luke: Well, I got her voicemail, which makes no sense at all.
Bobbie: Oh, well, isn't that what usually happens when you don't get a signal?
Luke: Why is she out driving around? I don't get this. She's no good in weather. She's had chauffeurs drive her all her life.
Bobbie: Hey, Luke, why don't you go get a cup of coffee? We are so swamped up here.
Luke: In other words, get the hell out of your way?
Bobbie: No. Well, don't go out into the blizzard. Promise me you won't do that.
Luke: Yeah, ok. Do you want a cup?
Bobbie: No, thanks. Oy.
Luke: All right, Barbara Jean. What's going on?
Courtney: You know, two years ago, I was still working for tips at Kelly’s. Now -- now, I mean, I got my own foundation, money, advisors, and I even take meetings and have a secretary.
Jason: Are you happy?
Courtney: Sure, mostly. What about you?
Courtney: Yeah, that's one thing I had to learn about you -- your happiness isn't a priority. You don't go chasing after it. I mean, you don't ask yourself, "Is this good?" or "Am I ok?" You just live your life, no second-guessing.
Jason: Yeah, you know, that stuff really doesn't matter anymore.
Courtney: Yeah, you're right. Yeah, I mean, all those things that came between us -- the parts of your life that I couldn't accept -- they're not important because, you know, we're over. But Sam -- I mean, she -- she accepts you just as you are, doesn't she?
Jax: Whatever happened to Sam McCall that owned her own salvage boat and never took anything from anyone; had her wits about her?
Sam: Jax, you didn't like me then, remember?
Sam: Right. And Jason -- he helped me out. He didn't expect anything in return. He didn't act like he was doing me some big favor. He just trusts me. As a matter of fact, yes, he is the only man, the first man who ever has.
Radio announcer: Possible 11-80. Partially submerged vehicle off Lakeshore Drive between Vista and Barrington. No passengers located. Tag registration -- Lorenzo Alcazar.
Brook Lynn: Oh, my God!
Diego: I'm going.
Brook Lynn: No! Diego, no, please wait. No!
Lucky: Wait a second. Why? Because of Lorenzo Alcazar?
["Carol of the Bells" plays]
Skye: Help! Help me, somebody!
[Car horn honks]
Skye: Help! Help me, someone! Help me! I'm in here! Help! Help!
Georgie: Dillon, I think there's someone in there!
Skye: Help me!
Georgie: Skye, are you ok?
Skye: Dillon! Thank God!
Dillon: We saw your car from the road. We're going to go get help, ok? We're going to go get help.
Luke: Why are you leaving your post, heading out into a storm?
Bobbie: I'm going downstairs because I may have to help evacuate E.R., and I may have to go outside.
Luke: You're lying. Why are you lying to me?
Nurse: Bobbie, emergency call from your niece on line four.
Bobbie: Oh. Excuse me. Thanks.
Bobbie: Hey. Is everything all right?
Georgie: Bobbie? Hello?
Bobbie: Yeah, Georgie. Hi, hi. What is it?
Georgie: Skye's trapped in her car. She ran into a ditch on Old Post Road. Did you get that?
Georgie: Yeah, it's about 10 miles north of town.
Bobbie: Is Skye hurt?
Georgie: I don't know. She keeps passing out.
Bobbie: Ok. I'll send an ambulance.
Georgie: Oh, oh, wait -- Aunt Bobbie, Skye wants to talk to Luke as soon as possible.
Carly: Steven? Are you ok? Whoa, what happened? Did you get your cell phone?
Carly: No. Why not?
Steven: Oh, ok. So, I -- I smashed through all the ice on the window, and then I used that -- I jammed it down the side. And then I almost, using my superior powers of concentration, found the latch -- yes, almost --
Steven: And then, out of nowhere -- splat -- snowplow.
Carly: All right --
Steven: No, no laughing because you don't realize -- my car was completely covered. I had to claw my way out of the slush, and then I -- I crawled here through a blizzard.
Carly: You didn't crawl through the blizzard.
Steven: I would, though.
Carly: Come on, you must be freezing. Take your coat off. Come on.
Steven: It's my own medical opinion that I have hypothermia -- and I don't think I'll ever see my car again.
Carly: Ok, well, maybe I can help.
Carly: Yeah, here. Check this out. Mm-hmm.
Steven: Ooh! Thank you.
Carly: You're welcome.
Steven: Whoo! Damn.
Carly: Too much brandy?
Steven: No, it's perfect.
Carly: Yeah, I think so. I like it with a lot of honey, and orange slices are in there, too.
Steven: Yeah, it's for the vitamin C.
Carly: I had a feeling that you'd be back, so I made enough for two. Are you sure that's ok?
Carly: Look, Steven, why don't you -- why don't you get out of the wet clothes? You can go upstairs; you can take a shower, and then just meet me back down here.
Jordan: Ugh. I can't get a signal.
Sonny: Relax. Have a glass of wine.
Jordan: I have to check in with my office.
Sonny: Why? I mean, it's -- you know, everybody else is snowed in. You might as well just chill out a little bit.
Jordan: I'm -- I’m so sorry for imposing.
Sonny: No, you're not -- look -- I actually enjoy the company.
Sonny: So, what did Michael say to you? Was he -- was he being rude?
Jordan: No, no, not at all. He was actually very polite and kind of charming, like his father.
Sonny: You think I'm charming?
Jordan: You think you're charming, too. You use it to great effect.
Sonny: Well, you know, it's -- it's nice to be appreciated. So, what was -- what was Michael really saying to you?
Jordan: Oh, he thinks I want to be your girlfriend.
Sonny: Your big brother takes a lot on himself, doesn't he?
Jordan: He's just concerned about you. He's very protective of you.
Sonny: Well, you know, Michael is a fixer, see, and he takes it on himself to make things ok for the people he cares about. But I keep telling him over and over again that, you know, it's not his job to take care of me and his mother. But he just keeps trying and trying, you know?
Jordan: Well, this is none of my business, and I'm not great with kids, so I could be totally wrong, but I think that he wants me to keep my distance because he thinks you have a broken heart.
Sonny: Oh, yeah, well, you know, I guess -- I guess you could say that, yeah.
Steven: You stole my clothes.
Carly: They were soaking wet.
Steven: You came into the bathroom to get them?
Carly: I promise you, I didn't peek. Promise.
Steven: Well, lucky I found the linen closet.
Carly: How's your drink? Oh --
Steven: Quite empty.
Carly: Yes, it is.
Carly: I can fix that for you.
Steven: It's so nice.
Carly: It's nice and hot. Here you go.
Steven: Thank you.
Carly: It's really hot. You might want to have a seat by the fire.
Carly: It's warm over there.
Steven: Whoo. So -- oh, that's nice -- where are the boys?
Carly: Well, Sonny made them an offer. You can probably figure out the rest.
Steven: Yeah, that's what I was afraid of. You know, it can be really tough to spend Christmas alone.
Carly: I can deal.
Steven: I know. It reminds me of -- of the Galapagos.
Carly: The what?
Steven: The Galapagos Islands at Christmas. It's right near the equator.
Carly: What, you spent Christmas near the equator?
Steven: Well, it was sort of a school trip, and I misread the brochure. I thought it said "September," but it actually said "December."
Steven: So I ended up spending Christmas in the Galapagos with the biggest bunch of geeks in my high school and the science teacher. He's an old hippie type, bald except for the ponytail.
Steven: And pens all in his pocket.
Carly: Yeah, we had one of those, too.
Steven: So there I am in the Galapagos, just me, the science club, him, and of course the blue-footed booby.
Steven: The blue-footed booby. The blue-footed booby is the National Bird of the Galapagos Islands.
Carly: Oh my gosh, you've never been to the Galapagos Islands.
Carly: You have never been --
Steven: Of course -- come on!
Carly: You probably never read a book about them. You've never even thought about it until just this minute. Oh, my God.
Steven: Ok, I will have you know --
Steven: That I have written a paper on the Galapagos islands for extra credit.
Carly: Really? When?
Steven: When I was stuck at boarding school over Christmas while my parents were off saving the world.
Carly: Really? That's kind of sad.
Steven: Now, I’m here to make you laugh.
Carly: I'm sorry.
Steven: Come on. Tell me something funny that happened to you over Christmas. Come on, right now.
Carly: Oh, my God.
Steven: Don't think.
Carly: I don't know.
Steven: Quick, funny Christmas.
Carly: I can't -- I don't --
Steven: One, two, three, go.
Carly: Ok, I plugged the hair dryer in once to dry my hair, and all the lights in the apartment building went out, even the Christmas ones.
Steven: The whole building?
Carly: Mm-hmm, the entire one.
Steven: The whole -- that's awesome! I love it! That's brilliant!
Carly: No, it's not funny at all. But I will tell you --
Steven: This deserves a top-off. This deserves -- whoa, whoa.
Carly: Hey, watch yourself.
Carly: You ok?
Steven: Ok, that is a very fair cup of Christmas cheer you make. Let me just -- whoa!
Carly: You dropped something.
Lucky: Why do you care so much about Lorenzo Alcazar?
Brook Lynn: Uh, look, he was just worried about my ma.
Lucky: Was Lois with Alcazar?
Brook Lynn: No, and -- that's what I’ve been trying to tell you, you know? She's at the family's house. She's fine. Nothing bad happened.
Lucky: Are you sure?
Brook Lynn: Yeah, I'm positive. Look, I talked to her only seconds before the blackout happened.
Elizabeth: Lucky, I think you need to hear this.
Lucky: Ok. You stay here, both of you.
Brook Lynn: What are you thinking?
Diego: What if Alcazar's hurt? What if he's dead?
Brook Lynn: Yeah, well, it's not going to do him any good if you're lost in the blizzard, all right?
Diego: Come on, let's go.
Brook Lynn: No --
Radio announcer: Mercy Hospital is at capacity. All ambulances are being diverted to Port Charles General. Medical personnel are directed to report there. Repeat, all medical personnel report to General Hospital immediately.
Elizabeth: That's me. I got to go.
Lucky: All right, here, I'm going to go with you.
Elizabeth: Ok, thanks.
Sam: You remembered.
Jax: Yeah, no matter how hard I tried to forget. Bon appetit.
Sam: You know, Danny and I used to live off of this stuff.
Jax: How is your brother, by the way?
Sam: He's doing great, actually. You know, he's at a special school and it's really beautiful, and he loves it there. Jason, of course, is paying his tuition, so --
Jax: You know, if you would've told me about him from the start, maybe I would have cut you some slack.
Sam: Oh, come on.
Jax: No, I mean --
Sam: You did not trust me from the beginning.
Jax: I know, but still, I could have, you know, cut you a little slack.
Sam: Well, if you're trying to apologize, I accept. Just so you know, I will never, ever be the true-blue type that Courtney is. And you trust her, right?
Jax: I do.
Max: Hey. Sonny sent me after cookies for Michael.
Mike: Yeah, well, never mind it's the worst storm in years.
Sam: Max. Hi.
Sam: Is Michael with Sonny?
Max: Yeah, he's got all the kids over. A party.
Sam: Is Jason there, too?
Max: Uh, no, last I heard, Jason was heading over to Courtney’s.
Mike: Hey, Max, let me buy you a cup of coffee.
Max: Yeah, great.
Sam: Why do you think Jason would be going over to Courtney’s?
Jax: Oh, I'm sure there's a good reason.
Sam: Yeah, I'm sure.
Jax: Yeah. Nothing to be concerned about.
Jason: Sam moved out.
Jason: The baby's gone. She didn't need my help anymore.
Courtney: So she just decided to leave?
Jason: Let's just say -- let's just say it was her choice. You know, Sam changed her whole life for the baby. Sold her boat, made plans to be a stay-at-home mom, read every parenting book known to mankind, one right after the other. She really wanted to do everything right.
Courtney: So did you.
Jason: Yeah, I did. But that's all gone. Now Sam’s got nothing. She's got no money, no real job. I'm paying for her brother to go to school, but she won't take anything else from me. You know, the life we -- I don't -- you know, she planned isn't going to really happen. Anyway, she's -- she's got to figure out what to do, and whatever it is, I hope she's happy because she deserves better.
Courtney: You're in love with her, aren't you?
Carly: Can I turn around?
Carly: I already saw everything.
Steven: Not everything. Ok, fine.
Carly: Whatever. Ok, now listen to me. I might regret this, and it may be the brandy talking just a little bit, but there's something I want to do, and I don't think that the kids are going to be back tonight.
Courtney: I never should have expected you to eat a dinner that I made for Jax. It's rude.
Jason: You didn't plan it this way.
Courtney: Yeah, well, I probably wouldn't really want to eat a dinner that you made for Sam, so --
Jason: Courtney, it's only food. I'm just not hungry.
Courtney: I shouldn't have invited you to dinner. Not that I invited you to dinner. It's just the whole thing is incredibly stupid.
[Spoon hits floor]
Jason: You ok?
Courtney: I'm fine.
Luke: You're ok now, Skye. You're all right.
Skye: I knew there was something wrong.
Bobbie: Give me the stats on this patient.
Paramedic: Blood pressure dropping, possible hypothermia.
Skye: Luke, I'm so sorry!
Luke: What are you sorry for? I don't understand.
Bobbie: She needs help. You need to stay out here.
Luke: Will you let her talk?
Bobbie: Let's go!
Paramedic: Please move away, sir.
Bobbie: Right over there. Hey!
Luke: What's going on?
Bobbie: Hey, let them help her. Let them help her, all right? It's going to be fine. She's going to be fine.
Sonny: You like that banana?
Sonny: You know that bananas make you beautiful?
Jordan: Wow. Is that true?
Sonny: Yeah. Sometimes, you know, junk food can you make you beautiful. Actually, we don't really have any junk food in this house anymore, just candy for Christmas.
Jordan: Well, you really are a good dad, which is a relief because I got you custody.
Sonny: You know what?
Sonny: You were brilliant.
Jordan: Oh, thanks. I wasn't fishing.
Sonny: No, I'm not -- why shouldn't I -- why shouldn't I compliment you?
Jordan: Well, I'm not going to object to a little flattery, since you're so good at it. But it's like your charm and the way you smile to show off your dimples -- it's like you're creating a diversion.
Sonny: A diversion?
Sonny: From what?
Jordan: I can't be sure, but I think you're lonely.
Sonny: What can I say? I miss my wife.
Carly: Well, what are you -- what are you doing?
Steven: Nothing. I'm fixing --
Carly: That isn't right. It isn't going to work.
Steven: Ok, yes, it is. It will.
Carly: It's not going to work.
Steven: It will be fine.
Carly: No, you forgot something.
Steven: No, I didn't. It's all good. Ok --
Carly: What about this?
Steven: Ok, come on.
Steven: No, that goes on last.
Carly: No, it's essential, and admit it, you forgot.
Steven: No. Give me the wheel. Give me the wheel.
Carly: No, you got to take the whole thing over and start over again.
Steven: Ok, wheel, please? Wheel, please?
Carly: What -- what, are you in surgery?
Steven: Come on, just give me the -- give me the wheel. Ok.
Carly: Uh-uh, no. You want something done right -- just --
Carly: Don't hurt yourself. Thank you.
Steven: Whoo-ah! What are you doing? What -- yep. Wow.
Carly: There you go. Thank you.
Steven: You're a genius.
Carly: I know.
Carly: I'm good.
Carly: I know I’m good.
Steven: Carly Corinthos, bravo.
Carly: Yeah. Should we try it out?
Steven: Try it out?
Carly: Yeah --
Carly: It should work.
Steven: Absolutely. All right. We's going to load up the red wagon.
Carly: You're getting on it? Ok.
Steven: Whoo! Here we go! Here we go --
Carly: Hey, whoa, whoa!
Steven: Oh, man.
Carly: Are you ok?
Steven: Ugh. Let's --
Carly: I told you.
Jason: Do you need help?
Courtney: I'm ok.
Jason: Are you -- are you crying?
Courtney: It's just the heat from the oven. And you know, I've got a whole rack of lamb that's going to waste.
Jason: Courtney, you don't have to feel bad about being with Jax.
Courtney: I know, Jason. I feel great. I do. Jax is wonderful, and he loves me. You know, my life would be perfect if I could just stop loving you.
Sam: Maybe Sonny wanted Jason to bring Courtney over to the party.
Jax: Yeah, especially if he thought that Courtney and I were together.
Sam: Yeah. Whatever it is, I'm not going to worry because it's the one thing I've learned. The worst has happened, I survived. All I can do is move forward, right? Right.
Brook Lynn: No. Look, we don't even know where the car crashed in the lake, ok?
Diego: We'll see the cop cars. It's fine.
Brook Lynn: Diego, nobody can see anything.
Diego: Maybe Alcazar's my father; maybe he isn’t. But at least I got to know if he's alive. Come on, please. Come on.
Lorenzo: Yo, we need help!
Diego: Oh --
Lorenzo: She's in labor.
Brook Lynn: Oh my God.
Mike: Hey, over here.
Lorenzo: She's in labor. Clear some space. She was in the street.
Mike: Set her there, right there.
Lorenzo: I had to drive off the road. You're all right. Give me that chair.
Luke: It's got to be here someplace.
Nurse: Hey, you can't do that!
Luke: I want to see the sign-out sheet.
Nurse: Well, they're confidential.
Luke: I have to know when Bobbie Spencer left, what time she signed out, where she went, and --
Dillon: Luke, we came as fast as we could.
Georgie: The roads are a mess. I'm sorry. Is Skye ok?
Luke: They won't let me see her. Did she tell you why she wanted to talk to me?
Dillon: You're the only one she'll talk to.
Skye: No, Bobbie, no!
Bobbie: Skye, lie still! Lie still. Honey, I’m trying to help you.
Skye: How could you do this to Luke? How could you?
Bobbie: I didn't do anything. I'm just trying --
Bobbie: Hold still!
Luke: Hey, Barbara! What the hell are you doing?
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Jason: Our marriage didn't work.
Connor: We got trouble, all right? The hospital's going to want to change his bandages tonight.
Bobbie: She needs a sedative. It'll make her more comfortable.
Nikolas: If my mother were dead, I'd feel it.
Emily: Do you think your mother's still alive?
Steven: I know what you want, and I'm not going to give it to you.
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