General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 12/21/04
Proofread by Brian
Lucky: You won't believe what's going on out there. The storm has shut down half the city.
Connor: Listen, we got trouble, all right?
Lucky: What's going on?
Connor: My transfer to Pentonville's been delayed again, which means the hospital's going to want to change these bandages tonight.
Lucky: Whoever dresses your bandages will realize you weren't shot.
Connor: And they're going to know I ain't Nikolas and they're going to know he escaped.
Emily: Are you thinking about Laura? Losing a parent is -- it's hard to accept, but Laura suffered for so long, and if you think of her at peace, then --
Nikolas: What Iím thinking about is that she's alive.
Bobbie: Lie still. I'm trying to help you.
Skye: No, Bobbie, don't!
Bobbie: I'm trying to help you.
Skye: How could you do this to Luke?
Luke: Hey, Barbara! What's going on?
Bobbie: She needs a sedative, Luke. It'll make her more comfortable.
Luke: Not till I talk to her.
Bobbie: I'm trying to do what's best for Skye.
Luke: How you feeling, babe?
Luke: You said you had something to tell me? All right, what's going on?
Bobbie: I'm a nurse. I'm trying to do my job.
Luke: She's got something she wants to tell me and you don't want me to hear her.
Carly: Oh, wait!
Steven: Oh my God.
Carly: Are you ok?
Carly: Good. Whoo!
Steven: Yep, I --
Steven: I know what you want.
Steven: I know what you want, and I'm not going to give it to you.
Carly: Oh, you arrogant jerk! Oh! Ow! God.
Jason: You don't have to feel bad about being with Jax.
Courtney: I donít. I feel wonderful. I mean, Jax is wonderful. He loves me. My life would be perfect, Jason, if -- if I could just stop loving you. Oh, God. Look, I know that you loved me. I don't have any questions about that. But somehow you've just been able to turn those feelings off.
Jason: Isn't that what you wanted?
Steven: Are you all right?
Carly: Donít. No, no, no. You know what -- you got the wrong idea about me, Dr. "I am God's gift to women." I am not easy.
Steven: I know you're not easy! You're, in fact, the most difficult person that I have ever met.
Carly: What? Are you crazy? I am like Miss Congeniality.
Steven: You -- you're like Miss "My way or get out of the way."
Carly: When have I ever been anything but pleasant to you, huh?
Steven: Ok, when you found out that I was working with the police department, you treated me like I had the plague. You -- ok, admit it, you hated the sight of me.
Carly: Oh. Oh. You have never seen me hate anybody, and you should hope that you never do.
Steven: Well, I didn't hate you, and I don't hate you. I like you. I like you too much to make love to you.
Luke: You've been acting strange ever since I got back from Memphis.
Bobbie: And with good reason, Luke. It has been a difficult time for all of us.
Luke: All things considered, I think you took the news of Lauraís death pretty well.
Bobbie: What is that supposed to mean?
Luke: I found out my wife died in a fire. I dug up her remains to prove it to myself. It's an ugly way to go, Barbara. I'm sick just thinking about it. You took the news in stride.
Bobbie: Because I thought you would need me. So I put my own feelings aside so that I could help you through this.
Luke: Help me? You didn't offer to help with the memorial. You didn't even want me to talk to Lesley and Lulu. Are you in denial, or is it that Lauraís death is just not that important at this point?
Bobbie: Luke, this isn't easy for me.
Luke: I can see that.
Bobbie: Laura was a big part of my life.
Luke: I think she still is. Laura's alive. Isn't she, Bobbie?
Nikolas: If my mother were dead, I'd feel it, ok, but that hasn't happened. I --
Emily: Maybe you're not ready to accept it.
Nikolas: It's possible. I could be lying to myself, I guess, but I believe that my mother and I have a special connection with each other.
Emily: You know, I understand about special connections. I give thanks for mine every day.
Nikolas: Look, I have to go find Luke, get the truth about this.
Emily: Nikolas, you're a fugitive. If you're caught by the police, they're going to realize that you switched places with Connor and they're going to send you straight to Pentonville.
Nikolas: That might be best.
Emily: I'm never going to believe that.
Nikolas: Emily, listen to me, come on, what kind of life can we have going on the run together, switching identities?
Emily: I know we'll have hard times, but we'll be together, Nikolas, and you won't be locked away from me waiting for the courts to realize that they've made a mistake.
Nikolas: We'll be leaving our family, our friends, everything we know.
Emily: We'll be free, Nikolas, and we'll have each other. It's all we need. We can still be happy.
Nikolas: I'm just not sure I agree with that, Emily.
Emily: What are you afraid of?
Nikolas: I'm afraid that Iíll be exchanging one prison for another, only this time Iíll be making you a prisoner, as well.
Connor: A doctor examined me a couple hours ago. He checked my pulse, the charts, the whole thing, but he didn't look at the wound, Lucky, so the next one probably will. I mean, it's got to be time to change these bandages.
Lucky: I don't know how to stop it.
Connor: You could help me escape.
Lucky: Yeah, what good would that do?
Connor: Divert attention away from Nikolas and Emily. The police come looking for me; they get out of the country.
Lucky: I don't like it. The more police on the road; the greater the chance they'll find Nikolas.
Connor: Well, that was my plan. You come up with a better one.
Lucky: When the nurse comes back in to change your bandage, tell her that somebody else on staff has already done it. Everyone's been overworked because of the storm. She'll probably be grateful.
Connor: What if she wants to check it, anyway?
Elizabeth: Hey. What's going on?
Jason: Courtney, I don't -- I don't really know what to say. Our -- our marriage didn't work. We've both moved on. You're with Jax. You have been for months.
Courtney: What was I supposed to do, Jason? I mean, we were already broken up, and you lied to me about Sam being pregnant.
Jason: Are you saying that you're with Jax because of me?
Courtney: No. God, no, of course not. No, I'm with Jax because I want to be. But, yeah, in the beginning I gave him a chance because I needed to let go of you. I -- I didn't want to be in limbo anymore, you know, not with you, not really free in my heart. You know, in a way, you did me a favor with that lie. You showed me that our breakup was irrevocable. You proved to me that we couldn't go back.
Jason: I mean, we were already divorced. I didn't -- I didn't do it to hurt you. Because I want you to be happy. I want you to have a good life.
Woman: It hurts! Ow!
Jax: She's at Kellyís diner. She's already in labor. I don't think there's much time.
Lorenzo: There's nothing to worry about. You and your baby are going to be fine. Look, I know this sounds clichť, but I need hot water and a lot of clean towels.
Mike: You got it.
Brook Lynn: Shouldn't we try and get her to a hospital?
Lorenzo: I think it's better if she has a baby here than out in the snow.
Brook Lynn: That's true, but who's going to deliver the baby?
Lorenzo: I am.
Diego: Do you know how?
Lorenzo: I've done this once before. Nature and the mother, they do most of the work.
Jax: Hey, the hospital isn't going to get anyone here for at least another hour, so Iím going to go over there and see if I can bring someone back.
Mike: All right, listen, why don't you guys give me a hand, ok?
Woman: It's starting again! Ow!
Lorenzo: All right, grab my hand as hard as you can. Good. Hey, that's good.
Lorenzo: Keep thinking about your baby, Bridget. Keep thinking about your baby, all right?
Bridget: Ok. Ow! Oh!
Sam: Hi. Hi, Bridget, Iím Sam.
Sam: Look, I know you're really scared, but we're going to get you through this, ok?
Sam: Um, how about we take off our coats and elevate her? I think it'll make her a lot more comfortable.
Sam: All right, put it under her.
Lorenzo: Lift her up.
Sam: One, two -- there you go. Feeling better?
Bridget: Yeah, much.
Sam: See? Things are looking up already. Did you take any birthing classes?
Bridget: A couple. I stopped going.
Sam: Ok, well, I can tell you everything you need to know in one word -- just breathe. Don't stop when the contractions come, just breathe right through them, ok?
Bridget: Ok, I'll try.
Sam: I think it'll make everything a lot easier.
Bridget: Are you a nurse? How come you know so much?
Sam: No, I had a baby not too long ago.
Bridget: Where's your baby now? Is she here?
Sam: No, um -- she's doing just fine, ok? She's doing good.
Courtney: You think it's a mistake that Iím getting involved with Jax.
Jason: I don't like him.
Jason: Well, there were things, you know, that went down. I don't trust him. Sonny doesn't either.
Courtney: Sonny's convinced the main reason Jax is with me is because Iím his sister and that it's some sort of payback. Obviously, you agree. But, you know, you guys -- you guys don't know Jax as well as you think. Deep down, he is a good person, Jason, and he's fun. You know, "fun" isn't a dirty word. Life doesn't have to be bleak.
Jason: I never said it did.
Courtney: No, because you never say anything, Jason. Every time a conversation gets up close and personal, you just walk out of the room. You know, one of the reasons I enjoy being with Jax so much is because he's the opposite of you.
Courtney: Jason, where are you going?
Jason: I'm going home.
Courtney: There's a storm. You're not going to get through.
Steven: That's the first time Iíve been slapped for being respectful.
Carly: Oh, no. You got slapped for being disrespectful, you egomaniac. "I like you too much to make love to you"? Who said it was an option? You are a friend -- a casual one at that -- and you have absolutely no chance of taking me to bed.
Steven: I'm glad we got that settled. Although, it's -- although --
Carly: "Although"? Wait, are you crazy? No, there is no "although." There's absolutely no chance at all.
Steven: Is that something that we should be worried about?
Carly: Ok, that is not going to help you.
Steven: I see the way that you look at me, Carly, and I know what you were thinking. What?
Carly: No, you donít.
Steven: You didn't -- what were you thinking?
Carly: I'd rather not say.
Steven: You're not going -- oh, what, I -- you think Iím impotent.
Steven: What, gay? Come on!
Elizabeth: Are you guys talking about your mom?
Lucky: I thought Nikolas should hear it from me first.
Elizabeth: Nikolas, I am so sorry. I mean, and today of all days. I know that must make it even harder.
Connor: Thank you.
Lucky: My mother's birthday was always a big celebration in our house.
Elizabeth: Well, I got to get back to work, but you guys will let me know if there's anything I can do for you?
Lucky: Actually, there is.
Connor: What are you doing?
Lucky: You can trust her, Connor. We need her.
Connor: What --
Elizabeth: Ok, what's going on?
Connor: Connor had surgery to remove his scar. He and Nikolas, they switched places so Nikolas could escape with Emily.
Elizabeth: What? But that -- but that means you're going to prison.
Connor: Yeah. Look, if it weren't for me, Nikolas wouldn't have confessed to killing his grandmother, all right, and I just wanted to give Nikolas and Emily a chance to have their lives back.
Elizabeth: Ok, where is Nikolas now?
Lucky: He's with Emily in the woods in a cabin, all right? Once Nikolas recovers from his gunshot wound, they're going to disappear.
Elizabeth: Oh, God, this is insane. Why didn't you tell me?
Lucky: Because you're a nurse here at the hospital. I didn't want you to have to lie to your supervisors, but now I don't have a choice. Listen, if we're going to make this plan work, we need your help.
Nikolas: As soon as this storm is over, Iím going to call Lucky and have him bring me in.
Emily: You think your mother's still alive?
Emily: If she were here right now, what do you think that she would tell you to do?
Nikolas: That is not a fair question.
Emily: Luke and Laura didn't just hope for the best, Nikolas. They fought to be with each other. They -- they broke the rules. They took incredible chances. But they lived the kind of life that they wanted, and that's what we need to do. We need to stay committed to each other, so devoted and so in love that nothing and no one can keep us apart. Nikolas, we can make it. We'll leave the country. We'll go anywhere you want. We'll start over, and we're never going to look back.
Luke: Laura is alive. And Skye was on her way to finding out, and that's what she wanted to tell me before you pumped her full of sedatives.
Bobbie: Luke, you dug up Lauraís grave and you saw her remains. Now, why isn't that enough for you?
Luke: I saw a clump of charred flesh and bone, Bobbie. That's easy to rig. I've done it myself. And you have learned from my example. Stop lying! What did you do, Bobbie?
Bobbie: All right. All right. Yes, Lauraís alive.
Luke: How long have you known?
Bobbie: Since Laura went to Memphis.
Bobbie: The nurse that Heather hired to take care of Laura is a woman by the name of Pam Connolly. She's a home-care nurse now, but she used to work here at General. I've known her for years.
Luke: So this Connolly isn't a drunk?
Bobbie: No. No, not at all. As a matter of fact, Heather hired her at four times her regular salary. She was supposed to set up an apartment and meet a plane, pick up a catatonic mental patient who was arriving by private plane. And while Pam was trying to get the patient settled, she noticed that she had on a hospital I.D. bracelet and it said "Laura Spencer." So she called me on the phone and she told me that she thought she was looking after my sister-in-law.
Luke: Why didn't you tell me?
Bobbie: Because I wanted to be sure. So I flew down to Memphis and I saw Laura. Luke, I realized that her condition hadn't changed. And I was about to call you when I read this story in the newspaper about a fire. Some of the victims in this old, rundown apartment building were indigents. They hadn't been identified.
Luke: So you decided to pass one off as Laura?
Bobbie: The hardest part was trying to figure out how to switch the D.N.A. but I am a nurse, and, sadly, the fire victims didn't seem to be a priority for anyone.
Luke: So I -- let me see if I understand this. You -- you buried an indigent under my wife's name and left a little trail of bread crumbs so that I would find Connolly, and then you sat back to wait. For what? I mean, Connolly did a great job. I believed every word.
Bobbie: Well, because I tried to explain to Pam how important this was.
Luke: Well, why don't you explain it to me?
Bobbie: Oh, Luke. Ever since Laura suffered her final breakdown, it's as if you're trying to self-destruct. And one minute I think you're just fine, and then the next minute you turn around and you vanish! And then you surface somewhere on a chain gang. You're sitting here perched on the edge of this building. For God's sake, Luke, you burned down the police station. You haven't been able to grieve for Laura and move on. It's as if you are stalled right in the middle of the process.
Luke: So you decided to push it along?
Bobbie: You're my brother. I have loved you my entire life and I don't want to lose you.
Luke: You loved me so much; you let me believe my wife died in a fire?
Bobbie: You loved me enough to let me believe my daughter was dead.
Luke: So, that's what this is, huh, payback?
Bobbie: No! Luke, no! I was trying to set you free.
Luke: That is not your call, Barbara.
Bobbie: The Laura you loved is gone. She's not coming back. And I don't want to see you tied to a memory for the rest of your life. And I honestly believe Laura would want you to move on. Laura would want to set you free.
Luke: The hell with your justifications, Barbara Jean. Where is my wife?
Ric: Oh. Oh, couldn't we just -- couldn't we just buy a Christmas tree and be done with it?
Alexis: No, no, we can't do that because those trees are already dead. They're hauled in by trucks, and Kristina deserves a nice, fresh-cut tree.
Ric: She's 2 years old. She's not going to know the difference.
Alexis: Yes, she will, because ours will be vivid green, and Sonny's will be all dried up and brown.
Ric: Ok, fine, if we're going to beat Sonny, let's just get chopping, because otherwise, I'm going to have to use this thing to chop off my toes.
Alexis: No. These aren't right.
Ric: What's wrong with them?
Alexis: No, they're small. They're just too small.
Ric: For what, Rockefeller Center?
Alexis: In these circumstances, size definitely matters.
Sam: The contractions are closer together now. I think it's coming.
Lorenzo: All right.
Lorenzo: Hey, did you make it to the hospital?
Jax: No, I couldn't even get close. There's just, like, a lot of snow.
Lorenzo: That's ok. Sam and I can handle this.
Sam: That's right.
Bridget: Can I have something to drink?
Sam: Uh, how about some ice chips instead?
Bridget: Fine! Anything!
Jax: I'll get them. You know, you're very courageous, helping out that young girl after your own loss.
Sam: She's a teenager about to give birth in a diner, Jax. She didn't need to hear that I lost my baby. You all done?
Jax: She walked into the right diner.
Sam: That's right.
Bobbie: Laura is comfortable. She's being well cared for.
Luke: Bobbie, stop stalling and tell me where she is.
Bobbie: Let go of her! Your life counts, too, Luke. It's time to start living it again.
Luke: Old Post Road. That's where Skye had her accident. You've got her stashed somewhere on Old Post Road, and Skye knew she was there!
Bobbie: Well, that's ridiculous. How would Skye know about any of this?
Luke: Skye, why didn't you tell me Laura was alive?
Skye: I wanted to --
Emily: It's healing nicely, Nikolas. There's no infection at all. I'm going to clean the area now, ok?
Emily: Let me know if it hurts.
Emily: This is an antibiotic. It's not going to sting.
Nikolas: Ok. Hmm.
Emily: Just stay still.
Nikolas: I'm sorry. It's not that easy.
Emily: Excuse me, but I happen to be performing a medical procedure here.
Nikolas: Yes, and you are going to make a great doctor someday, you know that?
Emily: Why is that? Because I can change a bandage?
Nikolas: No. Because you understand the very special needs of your patients.
Emily: Oh. You mean like the fact that you're in a state of agitation and -- and discomfort?
Nikolas: Exactly. Exactly. So do you think you could help me out with that before it gets -- before it gets worse?
Emily: Oh. I can try. Did that make it better?
Nikolas: Not really.
Emily: How about that?
Nikolas: Hmm. No. Not really.
Emily: No? Ok. How about --
Emily: How about that?
Nikolas: Yes, you're a genius. I'm definitely feeling an improvement in my condition.
Emily: Well, then I strongly recommend that we continue this course of treatment.
Ric: Oh, Alexis, I can't feel my face. Look, it's -- it's not going to matter how big the tree is to Kristina.
Alexis: Yes, it will. She's very observant. Don't underestimate her.
Ric: She's 2 1/2 feet tall, ok? Everything's big to her.
Alexis: There it is!
Alexis: That's it! That's perfect! Don't you think that's perfect?
Ric: Yeah, that's great. It's the biggest tree in the forest. Look, we'd better leave.
Alexis: No. Why?
Ric: The storm's getting really bad. What if we get stuck here?
Alexis: We can't leave here until she gets that tree, do you understand me, because it is that tree! Now, stop talking and cut!
Ric: Ok, all right!
Alexis: Cut, cut, cut! That's a good one!
Nikolas: Did anybody ever tell you you have great bedside manner, huh?
Emily: Nikolas, you're recovering from a gunshot wound. You're not supposed to exert yourself.
Nikolas: You just have to be extra careful with me then, don't you?
Bridget: Ow. Can I ask you something?
Bridget: What's it like having a baby? Ow.
Sam: It's, um, the most special moment a woman can have. You're going to be really tired and your body's going to hurt. But once you see that baby, you're just going to be filled with happiness.
Mike: Hey, Jax, maybe somebody should take over for Sam. I mean, helping that girl's got to be breaking her heart.
Jax: Sam's a lot stronger than you think. Helping that girl give birth may be the best thing that could've happened to her.
Bridget: How could I be a good mom? I don't even know how to take care of a baby.
Sam: You know, I was afraid of that, too, but once I saw that -- my baby, I realized -- look, you are a mom, and everything you need to know is already inside you.
Steven: Not that I feel obliged to prove anything to you, but there is a very simple way for me to prove to you that I'm not gay.
Carly: Ew. No, thank you.
Steven: Your loss.
Carly: My loss? What are you, are you Don Juan with a stethoscope?
Steven: I have an ego, Carly. I have a very healthy male ego.
Carly: Yeah, well, goody for you, but it still doesn't change the fact that I have no interest in sleeping with you.
Carly: What, you don't believe me?
Carly: Fine. I'll prove it to you. Ow.
Alexis: Good job! Good job! You're doing great, Ric! It's almost down! What are you doing? Why'd you stop?
Ric: Just give me -- I just need to take a breath.
Alexis: You can breathe later.
Ric: Just one minute. Just one second. Just give me a second.
Ric: Alexis, trust me, it's not as easy as it -- oh!
Alexis: Ric? Oh, my God! Are you ok?
Ric: Oh, just leave me here to die, please?
Alexis: Are you all right?
Ric: Yeah, I'm fine. You know, it's customary to yell "timber!"
Alexis: People don't really say that, Ric. Or maybe they do. Do they actually?
Ric: Will you shut up and get the tree off of me!
Alexis: Sorry, sorry. Here. I got you, I got you.
Ric: I got it, I got it! Let go, let go! Good. All right. Ok. Let's just get the tree back to the car, all right?
Alexis: Ok, good idea. Where's the car?
Ric: What are you doing? It's over this way.
Alexis: No, it's over that way.
Ric: No -- all right, stop. Let's look for a landmark. Ok, I don't recognize anything.
Alexis: Me neither.
Ric: That's great!
Ric: That's just great! We're in a blizzard, the temperature's dropping, no idea where our car is, but we got a big tree!
John: I came by to see if you were all right.
Carly: Well, you've seen. Now you can leave.
John: Actually, I canít. The snow's building up. I could barely make it up the hill.
Carly: Well, maybe downhill will be easier.
John: I suppose I could wait outside, exposed to the elements, or you could accept the fact that Iím stuck here, make me a cup of hot chocolate? When she gets back, I want you gone.
[Knock on door]
Courtney: Who is it?
Jason: Hey, I tried to get out, but my car was blocked in.
Courtney: My God, you look frozen. Come in. Can I get you some hot tea?
Jason: No, I'm just going to warm up and call for help, actually.
Courtney: Jason, no one is going anywhere tonight. God. You're going to have to stay here.
Jason: Are you sure it's ok?
Courtney: Of course. Why wouldn't it be? Look, I'm sorry about what I said before. I wasn't --
Jason: Nothing good can come from talking about that.
Courtney: Yeah, I should've guessed you would've said that. I don't know about you, but I really need to get to sleep.
Jason: Yeah, me, too.
Courtney: Good night.
Jason: Good night.
Elizabeth: Ok, there you go. It's done.
Connor: Thank you.
Elizabeth: You know, you're doing a good thing, taking Nikolas' place.
Connor: Yeah, well, I can't say I'm looking forward going to prison, but it does feel good to make amends.
Lucky: When the doctor comes back to change Nikolas' bandages, tell him you already did it.
Elizabeth: But he's not going to like it, Lucky. I'm still a student nurse.
Lucky: Well, just tell him how many patients you saw waiting for treatment. You thought this would be a good way for you to pitch in.
Mac: Treating gunshot wounds already?
Elizabeth: It's busy. I'm just helping out.
Mac: Yeah, well, the storm's done a lot of damage. It'll be another day before we can move you out of Port Charles. I thought I'd speed things along by getting some paperwork done.
Connor: All right.
Mac: Just sign here, here, and down there. Lucky, I know it must be tough watching your brother go off to prison. If you want some time off, all you have to do is ask.
Lucky: Thanks, Mac, I'll be fine.
Mac: I'll see you first thing tomorrow.
Lucky: Thanks for covering with Mac. Now all we have to do is get past the doc-- Mac. Hey, what'd you forget?
Mac: There was a problem with the paperwork.
Lucky: What is it?
Mac: Do you want to tell him, Connor?
Emily: How's your injury?
Nikolas: I feel good all over.
[Knock on door]
Emily: Oh, my God. Oh, my God, do you think they found us?
Nikolas: Ok, shh, we have to answer it, we have to answer it. Just -- just a minute.
Officer: Sorry to bother you. My vehicle broke down about a half-mile back.
Nikolas: Oh, that's not a bother at all. Come on in.
Officer: Thanks. Well, looks like we're going to be here for a while. I'm Officer Martin.
Nikolas: Paul Sanders. My wife, Karen.
Emily: Hi. I'll -- I'll get you something warm to drink.
Ofc. Martin: Thanks. So, what are you two doing out here?
Nikolas: Oh, well, this cabin belongs to a friend of ours, and we, too, had car trouble and we just figured we'd wait out the storm here.
Dispatcher: Attention, all units in the Port Charles vicinity. We've got an A.P.B. on Nikolas Cassadine, convicted murderer who has escaped from General Hospital.
Bobbie: I didn't tell Luke that Laura was alive. He figured that out on his own.
Skye: Why'd you do it, Bobbie?
Bobbie: To help him. Because if Luke can finally let go of Laura, then he has a chance at a good life.
Skye: He doesn't want that chance. Laura means everything to Luke, and now he believes that I knew the truth and I didn't tell him.
Bobbie: Oh, honey, you can explain.
Skye: What? Why would Luke believe me? He knows damn well that Iíve lied in the past to get what I want. Besides, I don't matter anymore. Luke's about to be reunited with the love of his life.
Luke: Happy birthday, angel.
Jax: Hey. Sam. I'm real proud of you, you know? You're doing a good thing here.
Sam: I've been given a chance to help bring a baby into the world, Jax. It's a wonderful blessing. I'm kind of glad I was stuck here.
Jax: Yeah. You think that Alcazar knows what he's doing.
Sam: I think we're going to find out pretty soon.
Lorenzo: The baby's about to be born! Sam, come quick!
John: You are not getting involved with my daughter.
Steven: That's not your decision, John.
John: I want you out of here, blizzard or not.
Steven: You know what, I'm not going to let you and I'm not going to let anybody else take me away from Carly right now.
John: If you don't leave, I tell Carly you've been working with me from the beginning, you knew I was going after Sonny, and that you continually deceived her.
Steven: She doesn't trust you anymore, John. All I have to do is deny everything. Easy.
John: Yeah, you willing to take that chance, Steven?
Steven: Yes. Yes!
John: I'm telling you for the last time -- you leave my daughter alone or I tell her everything you've done.
Carly: What has Steven done?
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Lucky: What are you talking about, Mac?
Mac: I knew something was off.
Ofc. Martin: Something about that dispatch made you nervous.
Sam: You're about to get the Christmas present of your life.
Sonny: I want to thank God for my children. Bless the mother of Michael and Morgan. Amen.
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