GH Transcript Monday 1/10/05

General Hospital Transcript Monday 1/10/05

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Carly: Hello? We're stuck in here. Can anyone hear us? Hello? Great. The phone doesn't work.

Lorenzo: It's all right. We'll get out of here.

Carly: Really? When? Hello! We're stuck! We need help!

Emily: Nikolas and I can be alone? No prison guards, no interruptions?

Alexis: That's right.

Emily: Just the two of us?

Alexis: Yes.

Emily: When?

Alexis: Today. In fact, the visits are between 4:00 and 8:00, so we have to go.

Emily: Then let's go.

Connor: You can’t.

Courtney: I have a life of my own.

Jax: Not if Bridget moves in here.

Courtney: What do you expect me to do, Jax? What, you want me to just dump her into the court system?

Jax: I don't mean to be harsh, but Bridget needs to take responsibility for her own choices.

Courtney: She's not going to learn that in juvenile hall.

Jax: Well, I guess setting her up here will accomplish one thing. You won't have to deal with me.

Bridget: I've come for my baby.

Sam: What do you mean?

Bridget: I just want to see her, that's all, if it's okay with you?

Sam: Yeah. Yeah, of course. Come in.

[Key turns in lock]

Sam: Here. Just be careful with her neck, okay?

Bridget: Okay.

Sam: Be sure to support her head.

Bridget: I've got her.

Sam: Okay. And just make sure your arms are nice and relaxed, and just breathe.

Bridget: It's so weird. I mean, she was inside of me all that time, and now my baby's here.

Sam: Yeah, it's kind of a miracle, you know, when it actually happens.

Bridget: Oh, I'm sorry about your baby. I'm such an idiot.

Sam: No, it's okay. It's okay.

Bridget: It's just she was so close to me and I don't even know what to call her.

Sam: Well, we -- we actually named her Hope.

Bridget: Hope?

Sam: Yeah. Do you like it?

Bridget: You signed the papers. You can name her whatever you want. Hey there, Hope. Do you know your name? Hope? I don't know if I'm really holding her the right way.

Sam: Here, I'll take her.

Bridget: No. Can I try for a little longer?

Courtney: Just because I can't drop everything and fly to Paris for lunch every other day doesn't mean you don't matter to me.

Jax: Then why do you keep throwing obstacles in the way?

Courtney: Why do you keep criticizing? I mean, first I'm moving Bridget in here to avoid my own life, and now it's to avoid you?

Jax: Maybe it's both.

Courtney: Oh, my God. Did it ever occur to you that maybe I just want to help this girl?

Jax: Allowing Bridget to take advantage is not helping her.

Courtney: Maybe she won't take advantage.

Jax: And you know what, Diego’s barely moved out, Courtney.

Courtney: So?

Jax: You couldn't give Diego what he needed, and maybe you can't give Bridget what she needs.

Courtney: Thank you for the vote of confidence, Jax, really.

Jax: No, I have every confidence in you, Courtney, I do, and I believe that you really want to help, but you need to start looking at this realistically.

Courtney: That is exactly what I'm doing.

Jax: Okay, okay. So how will you deal with the violence?

Courtney: Oh, God. Bridget won't hurt me.

Jax: She attacked her teacher, Courtney.

Courtney: Well, if she loses it, I can defend myself.

Jax: Yeah, but you shouldn't have to, especially in your own home. I mean, she's been arrested for public drunkenness, for fighting. She's run away from every foster home that she's ever been placed in.

Courtney: Bridget needs someone to believe in her, okay?

Jax: Yeah, and why do you need to surround yourself by chaos and confusion?

Courtney: I don't!

Jax: You basically raised your mother, and then you just went from there. You need someone to take care of, preferably someone who takes advantage of you. I mean, this pattern is repeated over and over again.

Courtney: Okay, maybe -- maybe I don't want to live my life chasing the big deal or playing the stock market or raiding corporations that nobody has even heard of. Maybe I think people are more important than money, and if I can just help one kid, it'll make it all worth it.

Jax: You ever thought about what this is costing you?

Courtney: I can afford it.

Jax: No, I mean emotionally.

Courtney: Bridget needs me.

Jax: Bridget needs rehab before anything else, okay, and then she needs rules, organization, and structure.

Courtney: Well, she can get all that here. Jax, her next stop is juvenile hall. If she goes into the criminal justice system, she may never get out.

Jax: Or she decides to get her act together, to change her life.

Courtney: She can get all that here!

Jax: I just -- I don't understand why you always have to have somebody in your life to make things complicated for you and to treat you badly.

Courtney: Oh, I'm so sorry, Jax, I am not healthy enough for you. You know what? I wade into things, all right? I get involved. I will never sit back with a martini and pretend like everything is okay. Now, if that is co-dependent, if it's dysfunctional, then that is me, and I am too messed up to change. Is that what you wanted to hear? God.

Jax: All I need is you.

Emily: You're saying that I can't go visit my own husband?

Connor: It's a bad idea.

Emily: It's none of your business.

Connor: What if Helena follows you?

Alexis: Or one of her people will. She's probably having you watched.

Connor: If Helena thinks I'm Nikolas, why would she go to Pentonville?

Emily: To keep up the scam. Connor, it's going to look more suspicious if I don't go.

Connor: Why even take the risk? I mean, if this plan works, Nikolas could go free and then you can see him all you want.

Emily: Look, I'm going, okay? I need to see my husband. He needs to know about the plan, especially if we think that Helena’s closing in.

Alexis: You know what? He may have a point. Maybe we should reconsider. Because if the plan works, Nikolas is going to be released very soon anyway, and if we push this, then Helena’s going to find out and it's going to jeopardize everything, most of all your own life.

Emily: I'm not afraid of Helena.

Alexis: You should be.

Emily: Alexis, she's not going to stop me from seeing my husband. Hey, I don't care about the dangers or the risks or anything else. I'm going. Are you coming with me or not?

Carly: Hey, how long are we going to be stuck in here?

Man: I've got maintenance on the way. Sit tight.

Lorenzo: You in a hurry to get somewhere?

Carly: I have an aversion to being stuck in elevators. Okay, last time it happened, it ruined my life.

Lorenzo: Well, I'm sorry to hear your life's been ruined.

Carly: Maybe that's a slight exaggeration. But do me a favor -- don't confide any deep, dark secrets just in case.

Lorenzo: Okay, you've lost me.

Carly: Got my divorce papers today.

Lorenzo: Yeah, I see.

Carly: Mm-hmm. Well, the last time I got stuck in an elevator, it was the beginning of the end of my marriage because I was in the Port Charles Hotel fire with Alexis and she insisted on telling me that Sonny was Kristina’s real father.

Lorenzo: Because you didn't immediately tell Sonny, he feels he has every right to divorce you?

Carly: Sonny is Sonny. I knew that when I married him.

Lorenzo: Well, now wouldn't be the time to tell you you'd be better off without him, would it?

Carly: You know what; I'm going to be just fine as soon as we get out of here.

Lorenzo: Is there any way I can help?

Carly: Yeah, change the subject. What were you doing here in the hospital anyway?

Lorenzo: I was saying goodbye to Maria. She's taking Diego to Mexico.

Carly: Just like that?

Lorenzo: My son wants nothing to do with me. Maria's not going to fight him.

Carly: Neither are you, obviously.

Lorenzo: Carly, I have no choice. They won't even take my money.

Carly: Okay, so what if it was a business deal? Would you just let it go south that easily?

Lorenzo: I understand business. I don't understand being a father.

Carly: Well, you need to figure it out. Come on, Diego deserves a father. You owe each other that much.

Man: Mr. Lansing. It's been a while. What, you don't remember me? The lab tech who switched the D.N.A. test results for Alexis Davis' baby? Hey, you know, I -- I heard you married her. That true?

Ric: My personal life is none of your concern.

Man: No, hey, hey, you should be celebrating, right? You wanted to steal your brother's kid. You did it. Congratulations.

Ric: Why don't we step over here out of the line of traffic, okay?

Man: Sure.

Ric: Didn't expect to see you.

Man: Yeah, I can imagine. Has Ms. Davis figured out that you've known who the daddy is since last spring?

Ric: What the hell do you want?

Carly: Okay, not that I'm any great family consultant, especially when it comes to talking about fathers while I am stuck in an elevator! Oh, my God, I hate this, I hate this. Get me out of here! Okay. I just think Diego deserves more.

Lorenzo: I agree. I have nothing to offer Diego.

Carly: Yes, you do. Every kid deserves to know their father and wants to know them. I did for years.

Lorenzo: Now you and your father aren't even speaking to each other.

Carly: Yeah, but it's good to know that he's out there after wondering about him for so long.

Lorenzo: John Durant came to this town to kill your husband.

Carly: So did you.

Lorenzo: Point taken.

Carly: I just think, you know, it'll help Diego to know his family, to know what they look like, his relatives. I mean, my dad gave me a photo album and -- look, just being able to say "dad" -- Lorenzo, if you can give Diego just a little bit of connection, why not?

Lorenzo: Never thought about it that way.

Bridget: This looks bad, doesn't it, me just showing up here?

Sam: It -- it just may be a little confusing for her, that's all.

Bridget: I said goodbye. I should've just stayed gone. But don't worry; I'm not changing my mind about the adoption.

Sam: We are going to give her a really good life, Bridget.

Bridget: Yeah. I mean, this place is amazing. I especially like the pool table and the view. I mean, this is the nicest apartment building in the city, and now my daughter gets to live here. I just -- I had a really, really tough day, and it feels so good just to hold her. I really, really need this.

Sam: Bridget wanted to see the baby.

Bridget: Hope -- it's a perfect name. There you go. I'm so glad I know it, you know? Now I can picture my baby as she grows up.

Sam: Yeah, she is going to be really happy here.

Bridget: Yeah. You seem like good people. You're lucky, Hope. I'm jealous.

Jason: Courtney -- she's worried about you.

Bridget: She told you that?

Jason: Yeah, she really wants to help you.

Bridget: Yeah, you mean turn me over to the cops.

Jason: No, no. I just called her.

Bridget: You what? Why would you do that?

Jason: Wait –

Singer: Let's shut out the world let's turn down the moon 'cause we don't want this night ending too soon intoxicating connection and I lose track of time this moment's perfection your heart beats with mine I'm on cloud nine I want to feel your lips on my lips I want to feel your arms around me feel your love surround me when we kiss ooh, like this it's addicting, baby and it drives me crazy every night and every day and it takes me away

Singer: And it takes me away

Carly: Well, let's say, for example, that you ask Diego to live with you.

Lorenzo: I told you Diego’s on his way to Mexico.

Carly: It's hypothetical. Indulge me. All right, let's say that tomorrow Diego shows up on your doorstep. What are you going to do?

Lorenzo: I don't know. Try to clean him up, buy him some new clothes, get a copy of his school records, and hire a tutor to teach him what he needs to know to get into college.

Carly: What if he doesn't want to go to college? What if he wants to go directly into your business?

Lorenzo: Well, I hope he won’t.

Carly: What, you wouldn't forbid it?

Lorenzo: I haven't thought that far ahead, even hypothetically.

Carly: Well, my sons are never getting involved in the business. Sonny has already promised me.

Lorenzo: So you want me to protect Diego from my business? That's assuming I ever see him again, which at this point is highly unlikely.

Carly: Oh, Lorenzo, don't kid yourself. Courtney said that Diego’s main ambition was to be a gangster, and now he's got a father in the business. He's going to come back and he's going to probably ask you for a job.

Lorenzo: You know what's ironic? Diego doesn't remind me of myself. He reminds me of Luis. Because the little bit that I've seen, he's emotional and impulsive, and that in the end is what killed Luis. I don't think Diego would be well suited for my business.

Carly: Okay. This is just a suggestion, okay, but when you have to tell Diego that, make sure that Diego knows that he's too good for this business and that you as a father, his father, you want better for him. Make sure he knows that he means something to you. It may not be logical, but it's what kids do sometimes with their parents. I know that I did.

Lorenzo: Thank you for caring enough to try to help.

Steven: Okay, where's maintenance?

Guard: At the main panel.

Steven: Think Carly's in there alone?

Guard: I hope so, with all that screeching.

Ric: You're not supposed to be here.

Man: What if Ms. Davis finds out you knew about those test results?

Ric: I don't respond well to threats.

Man: Yeah? I had to leave town because of you. I deserve a little compensation. If you want your life to continue as you now know it, you'll pay up.

Ric: You listen to me, all right? I'm not going to pay you one dime, do you understand that?

Man: Take it easy.

Ric: And if you say anything to anybody, I'll kill you.

Steven: Are you sure the elevator's fixed?

Man: We'll see in about two seconds.

Steven: Nice work.

Carly: My God, what took you so long? Hi. Did you hear me yelling?

Steven: Yeah, me and everybody else in the hospital. Are you okay?

Carly: Yeah, I'm fine now. I just don't know why that elevator just stopped like that.

Steven: I think I do.

Emily: Luke has it all figured out.

Nikolas: Luke? Luke isn't exactly my biggest advocate, you know.

Emily: But he hates Helena and he's really good at this kind of thing.

Nikolas: Oh, yeah, I'm sure he's got some crazy plan that'll never work. I'm sure he does.

Emily: It could work.

Nikolas: What is it?

Emily: All we have to do is trick Helena. She's going to come out of hiding. We'll take her to prison to show that your so-called victim is still alive and --

Nikolas: No, no, Emily. What's the plan? The plan?

Emily: Okay. Connor now looks exactly like you, as you know.

Nikolas: Connor? Tell me you didn't go after him.

Emily: He was in Ontario. I'm teaching him to be exactly like you.

Nikolas: You -- you think Connor Bishop can convince Helena that he's me?

Emily: Luke suspects that Helena’s blackmailing Tracy, so Dillon started this whole rumor --

Nikolas: Whoa, Tracy? Dillon? How many people are involved in this?

Emily: Too many, but I don't think there's any way around it, and so far it really seems to be working, so --

Nikolas: What -- what rumor?

Emily: That Connor’s serving your time here in Pentonville.

Nikolas: While I'm, what, wandering around in Port Charles? Why would I do that?

Emily: Look, I already took him to the masquerade party as you in disguise, and Helena fell for it.

Nikolas: Why?

Emily: She hired an actress to attend who was Helena’s exact height, exact build. She was paid $10,000 to go to this party. An anonymous employer gave her a note and said that I was going to approach her.

Nikolas: But you didn't actually see Helena, right? No. And you won't because she's dead.

Elizabeth: Ric? Hey.

Ric: Hi. I didn't see you come in.

Elizabeth: Are you okay?

Ric: Yeah, yeah, I think so. You got a minute?

Elizabeth: Yeah, sure.

Ric: Over here.

Ric: Do you think I've changed?

Elizabeth: In what way?

Ric: Look, I know that you would be honest with me, but I need for you to be brutally honest. For instance, do you think that I married Alexis simply because she's the mother of Sonny's daughter? Is it less about making her and Kristina a part of my family, or -- or is it more about getting back at Sonny?

Elizabeth: Oh, Ric. I watched you support Alexis. Actually, more than support. You kept her going through Kristina’s entire illness. You never left Kristina’s bedside. You held her hand, you played with her. I don't think that was about spite or hating your brother.

Ric: Hating my brother. Hating my brother. I'd love to be able to hate my brother if he wasn't such a contradiction in terms. I mean, one minute he's vicious as he's loving, then he's generous as he is selfish. I mean, one minute I want to kill him, and the next minute I swear I could see the two of us just getting along.

Elizabeth: Well, I'm glad you're starting to see your brother as a human and not as this demon anymore. You and Sonny may never get along, but I think you're starting to figure out that he's not worth living your life around. Am I right? Which means marrying Alexis was about Alexis and what you feel for her.

Ric: Uh-huh. Thank you.

Elizabeth: It's not that profound.

Ric: Yeah. It's generous, though. Elizabeth, I haven't forgotten about what I did to you.

Elizabeth: Ric, please, I -- I learned a lot, a lot from marrying you. And it got me the life I have now. I'm happy. Are you?

Ric: I'm getting there.

Man: Hi.

Alexis: Hi. You must have the wrong apartment.

Man: Are you Alexis Davis?

Alexis: Yeah, I am, and you need to call my office.

Man: My name is Jeff Dulong. I used to be a lab tech down at General Hospital, and a man just threatened to kill me.

Alexis: Mr. Dulong, I'm dearly sorry, but you still need to call my office.

Jeff: That man happened to be your husband.

Courtney: No one is sending you back to juvenile detention.

Bridget: You've got that right because I'm not going to go. And I'm not going back to that stupid school, and forget foster care. I'd rather live on the street.

Courtney: Bridget, I want you to come and live with me.

Bridget: Yeah, right.

Courtney: I know what it feels like to have no place to go, to feel desperate.

Bridget: You don't even know me.

Courtney: Well, you need someone who believes in you, and you're running out of options.

Bridget: So you'd take me in, just like that?

Courtney: If that's what you want.

Bridget: What's the catch?

Courtney: There is no catch. Only a few conditions.

Bridget: Like?

Courtney: You need to show me some respect, starting now, okay? And if you don't find a way to get your life together, if you keep making stupid choices and messing up, I'm going to let the police take over. Do we understand one another?

Bridget: Yeah.

Courtney: Okay. Then let's go.

Bridget: Sure. Bye. Give Hope a hug for me, okay?

Sam: Okay.

Courtney: Thanks for the call.

Sam: Can you believe that?

Jason: No, but I guess Courtney’s just trying to help.

Sam: By taking in the mother of the baby we're trying to adopt, Jason? Seriously, what is she thinking?

Sam: I finally got Hope to sleep.

Jason: That's good.

Sam: Jason, I think Bridget upset her.

Jason: Babies usually pick up on that kind of stuff.

Sam: It's just that I can't believe Courtney wants Bridget to live with her. I mean, it must be hard enough giving a baby up for adoption without staying close, but being there without really being a part of her life? That's got to be really weird.

Jason: Why, you think that's what's going to happen?

Sam: Courtney's your ex-wife. You guys have a lot of family in common. If Bridget's living there, she's going to be hearing about Hope all the time, right?

Jason: Okay, where do you think Bridget should've gone?

Sam: I don't know. I don't know, Jason, but there must have been a better way to help her. But this one keeps Courtney involved in your life.

Jason: Courtney and I are over.

Sam: I don't think she agrees.

Jason: Well, she's the one who left me, she's the one who filed the divorce papers, and she's the one who's been with Jax ever since.

Sam: But I don't think she's over you yet. Really. Now, hear me out, because I don't know if men do the same thing, but some women -- even if they can't be with the man, they still want to matter to him, to be important in his life. I don't even know if Courtney knows it herself, but she -- she wants to be a part of your life, I'm sure.

Courtney: Okay.

Bridget: It's nice.

Courtney: Thanks. So, your room is right through there.

Bridget: Sounds good.

Courtney: Okay, we need to get a couple things straight first. I have rules. Now, either you follow them or you're out of here.

Bridget: Okay.

Courtney: Okay? You're going to go to school every day. You're going to get counseling. You are going to stop drinking, and no more -- absolutely no more drugs. Got it?

Bridget: I understand.

Courtney: All right. Look, I know you've been acting out to get attention. Well, you've got attention. So cut it out, okay, because I'm not going to put up with it.

Bridget: Okay, you're right.

Courtney: All right. And you're going to show me respect, right? We're clear on that?

Bridget: Mm-hmm.

[Knock on door]

Courtney: Okay.

Bridget: You called the cops, didn't you?

Courtney: Hey. I told you I wanted you to trust me.

Courtney: Hey. You remember Bridget?

Jax: Yeah. Hey, Bridget.

Bridget: Hi.

Jax: Care for a ginger snap?

Bridget: Yeah, sure.

Jax: Welcome to your new home.

Bridget: Thanks.

Courtney: I'm sorry that I yelled at you.

Jax: Yeah, well, you know, at least you didn't resort to kickboxing.

Steven: You got keys to the elevator, don't you?

Lorenzo: Of course not.

Steven: What did you do? Did you steal them?

Carly: Why, so he could get stuck in the elevator with me?

Steven: Come on, he's done worse than that before.

Lorenzo: I don't have time to listen to this, but you know what? I suggest you develop a more regular maintenance schedule for the elevator.

Steven: Is that what you suggest? I'm a doctor, I'm not a janitor.

Lorenzo: Of course.

Steven: Yeah.

Lorenzo: Always enjoy spending time with you, Carly.

Carly: Thanks.

Steven: You sure you're all right?

Carly: Yeah. Lorenzo didn't do anything to that elevator.

Steven: Are you sure? I pulled his file from the PCPD. He's got money, he's got connections, and I know that he is obsessed with you.

Carly: Why are you pulling his police file?

Steven: I'm not going to stand around and let him hurt you again.

Nikolas: No, it's -- the plan's too complicated. Too many people know about it.

Emily: Look, Luke’s good at stuff like this, Nikolas. He's motivated to catch Helena. He's wanted to for years. You're just a means to an end.

Nikolas: What does Connor get out of all this, besides unlimited access to you?

Emily: Connor feels terrible about what happened.

Nikolas: Yeah, so much, he's willing to put his life on the line to trick Helena? I doubt that.

Emily: It is the only plan that can work.

Nikolas: I don't trust Connor Bishop and I don't want him anywhere near you, okay?

Emily: Well, I don't either, but what other choice do I have, Nikolas? Do you really want to spend the rest of our marriage in a place like this?

Nikolas: No, no, I don't, but I don't want you taking crazy chances in the name of false hope. Helena's fall was real. She's dead. She's gone.

Emily: I don't believe that anymore.

Nikolas: You don't believe it because you don't want to believe it. You're trying to take a shortcut to get me free, Emily, and it's not going to happen.

Emily: Look, I want the truth to come out. I want Helena to pay for what she did to you, for what she did to us.

Nikolas: I know.

Emily: All right, this can work. Nikolas, we'll get you out of here and all this is going to be over.

Helena: Hello, Nikolas.

Guard: Time's up, lovebirds.

Emily: You can't knock first?

Guard: Ooh, you like them a little spunky, do you?

Emily: Okay. I'll see you soon.

Guard: Some weather's coming. You might not want to risk the drive back.

Emily: I'll be fine.

Guard: There's a little motel right up the road.

Connor: Grandmother.

Helena: Well, darling, why so glum?

Connor: I was wondering when you would appear.

Helena: I didn't fool you at all?

Connor: Maybe a little. Care for a glass of wine?

Helena: How kind of you. Yes. Yes, certainly.

Connor: Well, I hope this is drinkable.

Helena: Salud.

Helena: Aren't you angry with me at all?

Connor: Well, I did toss you off of a cliff.

Helena: There is that.

Connor: Fortunately for me, however, Connor Bishop agreed to serve my time.

Helena: How did you convince him to do such a thing?

Connor: I didn’t. He offered. Felt guilty, I suppose.

Helena: Why? Doesn't he know that you shot his pathetic little wife?

Connor: Yes. That's why Connor originally turned me in for killing you.

Helena: Then why would he agree to serve your time in prison?

Connor: He realized that there's no point in revenge, that by destroying my life won't bring back Mary’s. He'll go free, however, as soon as the police know that you're alive. He won't have to pay for the hell that you've put me through.

Helena: But why do you care what happens to Connor Bishop? Why would you lift a finger to help that pitiful peasant who's after your wife? Unless -- you're not my Nikolas at all.

Sam: If Bridget were any other kid, Courtney would be helping her through the foundation. So what makes her so special, huh? You think I'm crazy, don't you?

Jason: No.

Sam: Yep, yes, you do. You don't believe a word of this.

Jason: I believe that you believe it.

Sam: Okay, I'm going to be honest here. Okay? I am a little jealous of Courtney.

Jason: Why?

Sam: You married her. You love her. You think that she is good and beautiful and special, and the list goes on.

Jason: But so are you.

Sam: Oh, please.

Jason: What, you don't -- you don't think you're beautiful? Because I -- I know you're beautiful. You're -- you mean a lot to me, Sam.

Sam: Okay, you need to stop. Because you're really starting to scare me.

Jax: Well, I hope that you enjoy living here and realize how lucky you are.

Bridget: I do, believe me.

Jax: Courtney never gives up on the people she cares about.

Bridget: I'll try not to let you down.

Courtney: I know.

Bridget: Well, I guess I should unpack.

Jax: Okay.

Bridget: Thanks again, for everything.

Courtney: Hey. Thank you.

Jax: You're welcome.

Ric: Alexis?

Alexis: You're very clever, I'll give you that.

Ric: You okay?

Alexis: You're an excellent liar -- lawyer. Sorry. Sometimes I get the two confused. Well done, though. I mean, the banter, the repartee. It was very good.

Ric: What happened?

Alexis: I never thought that I would be able to really identify with your brother, but I can. I do. Carly lying to him for months over coffee in the morning, trying to put the family together. I just didn't really realize that it would be that painful.

Ric: Tell me what happened.

Alexis: Did you honestly think that I wouldn't find out that you knew all along that Sonny was Kristina’s father? That you knew about it for months, that you knew about it almost from the beginning?

Ric: I can explain.

Alexis: Of course you can explain. Lawyers can explain. They're trained to explain. It's just the ones that can explain anything at anyone's expense are the ones that give the rest of us a bad name. But don't worry. Despite everything that I believed, everything that I felt, you used me. You used me to get to your brother.

Man: Don't move.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Emily: Nikolas! Nikolas, no!

Helena: You're Connor Bishop, aren't you?

Ric: Everything was about Sonny at the beginning.

Alexis: Then you admit it.

Jason: How am I scaring you?

Sam: By giving me what I always wanted.

Carly: You are making a big mistake.

Tony: Wait. Oh, hey, here.

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