General Hospital Transcript Monday 1/17/05
Proofread by Brian
Lucky: You're going to be safe here.
Elizabeth: Where's the light?
Courtney: You want to stop the adoption?
Bridget: I only gave up my baby because I didn't think that I could take care of her. But you've changed my mind. I can't wait to get her back and just start being a mom.
Courtney: Bridget, you need to think about this. I mean, your baby may be better off where she is.
Sam: It wouldn't be fair to get married for the wrong reasons -- if it were giving the baby a home or maybe because you feel obligated or --
Jason: No, no, no, it's -- it's simpler than that.
Sam: Is it?
Jason: Do you want to marry me? Because I want to marry you.
Jax: Hey, how are you?
Viola: Good. How are you?
Carly: No, no, don't, don't. Don't kiss me. We're not together; we're not going to be.
Lorenzo: Why? It's obvious you still care for me.
Lorenzo: You saved me from being tried and possibly convicted of murder.
Carly: That doesn't mean I want a relationship with you.
Lorenzo: You tampered with police evidence.
Carly: I was saving Steven too. He was arrested because of you.
Lorenzo: When you originally came to my apartment to warn me, you thought Steven was going to take that evidence to the police. You were working against him to help me.
Carly: Ok, I didn't want you to go to prison for murder.
Carly: I trusted you once. Lorenzo, I can't do it again. So if you think that we have a chance together, you're wrong.
Jax: Thanks for dropping her off. Tell Alexis not to worry. Courtney and I will take very good care of her. Guess what we're going to do today, Kristina. Hey, we're going to go and see a dinosaur. That's right, a great big brontosaurus, right in the entry hall of the museum.
Ned: Whoa! Who do we have here? Kristina, hello.
Viola: Goodbye, Mr. Jacks.
Jax: Ok, I'll have her back by 8:00.
Ned: Don't you look pretty.
Viola: Have a good time, Kristina.
Ned: Where are you going?
Jax: Natural History Museum. Isn't that right?
Ned: Really? Just you and Kristina?
Jax: And Courtney. She's her aunt, and I'm kind of her honorary godfather, aren't I? We take her out sometimes for ice cream and to the park. You know, it's fun for all of us. Isn't it?
Ned: Yeah. You see her more than I do. I was her father for the first two years of her life, and now I have to pretend like it never happened.
Jax: Easier said than done?
Ned: Yeah, because once you become a parent, you love a child, you can't really stop.
Courtney: Bridget, you haven't even finished high school. I mean, you're working as a waitress, and today was only your first day.
Bridget: It's a start, right?
Courtney: Do you even know how to take care of a baby?
Bridget: No, not really but, I mean, I can learn. I mean, motherhood is pretty much a natural instinct.
Courtney: Ok, well, what about money? What about a place to live?
Bridget: Well, maybe your foundation can help and, I mean, there's welfare and assistance and stuff like that.
Courtney: Bridget, come on. I mean, you haven't really thought through the day-to-day reality of raising a child.
Bridget: So? I can work it out as I go.
Courtney: Listen, being a mother is more than just holding a baby and feeling that surge of love. No, it's -- it's also making the right choices for your child.
Bridget: That's what Iím doing. I only gave up my baby because I thought I couldn't be a mom. You showed me that I can. I mean, I can work and I can do ok and I can make a life for myself and my baby. I want her back, Courtney, and I have you to thank.
Jason: I want to marry you because I want you in my life.
Sam: Are you sure this isn't about Hope?
Jason: Well, she made everything clearer, but Iíd be asking you anyway. When you moved out, it made me realize how important you are to me; how everything changed because of you. You asked me questions. You made me think about things I hadn't before. You trusted me. You opened up to me. And I found myself trusting you, too. And then I started looking forward to seeing you, thinking about you during the day, actually wanting to be home.
Sam: I was feeling all those things, too.
Jason: Sam, you're the person I want to be with. When you walked out, I missed you all the time.
Sam: I missed you, too, Jason, more -- more than I ever thought I would, ever.
Jason: I don't want you to walk out again. Please, I want you to stay -- forever. I love you.
Connor: Sorry. I wasn't expecting anyone so soon. I heard voices. I figured Helena found me -- I don't know.
Emily: Yeah, well, the plan fell apart. She realized that I wasn't pregnant and she tried to kill me.
Elizabeth: Emily has to hide out here until we find Helena.
Connor: Does she know that Nikolas is still in Pentonville and I'm here trying to be him?
Lucky: That's the one advantage we have left. She's not sure who's who.
Connor: Yeah, for now.
Lucky: That's why Emilyís going to stay here with you.
Connor: What if she tracks us down?
Lucky: She's not going to kill a man she believes is her grandson. You should be able to protect Emily.
Connor: Be a lot easier if I had your gun.
Lucky: I need my gun more than you do.
Connor: Come on, you can go out and buy a new one. Give me your gun.
Lucky: As soon as Helena finds out Emilyís missing, she'll probably come after me.
Connor: What if she finds me and Emily first?
Lucky: That's unlikely.
Connor: What's the matter, Lucky? After all I've done to help your brother, you still don't trust me? Come on.
Lucky: Listen, my dad is on Helenaís trail, so hopefully you won't have to hide out here very long.
Emily: I'll be fine. All I care about is proving that Helenaís alive so that Nikolas can go free.
Lucky: Ok, we'd better get going.
Emily: All right. We'll see you soon.
Elizabeth: All right. It's eerie how much Connor looks like Nikolas, isn't it?
Emily: Yeah, I know. Sometimes for just a second, I forget and I think he is Nikolas. I know.
Elizabeth: Em, do you think you're going to be ok being here alone with him?
Emily: No, you know, he's been great, you know, even risking his life to free Nikolas.
Elizabeth: Yeah, but still, there's just something unpredictable about the guy, you know?
Emily: Yeah, Lucky says that Iím safer with Connor than on my own, and he's right. So don't worry, ok? I'm going to be fine.
Elizabeth: Ok. Just be careful.
Emily: I will.
Lucky: Listen, I'm not sure when Iím going to be able to visit again. I just don't want to take a chance on Helena following me.
Emily: Ok, watch your step, Lucky. Don't underestimate Helena.
Lucky: Believe me, I wonít.
Connor: Alone at last.
Sam: I never -- I never, ever expected to hear you say you love me. I mean, even if you thought it, I -- I couldn't imagine you saying it.
Jason: Yeah, for a long time, I couldn't, either.
Sam: What changed your mind?
Jason: You. You know, just your honesty. And I decided that -- that I had to be honest, too. Sam, love isn't always enough. You know, I still have other commitments. I'm part of a business that is brutal and illegal.
Sam: I know that.
Jason: My work is not -- it's not going to change. So you seriously need to think about the risk and the stress and, I mean, if you can't live with it, Iíll just deal with it.
Sam: Jason, listen, I have lived most of my life with danger and the possibility of getting hurt, and it can be hard, but it just -- it makes the good times all the more precious. Listen, I don't -- I don't want to change who you are. You have to understand that.
Jason: Ok, and I will do everything I can to protect you.
Sam: I told you Iím a survivor. You don't have to worry about that.
Jason: Well, hopefully, we'll do more than just survive.
Sam: Wow. I've -- I have been through a lot in my life. But the one thing I have never, ever experienced was falling in love and having it returned. Now I know what it is because it is, I think -- yeah, it is -- it's what I'm feeling right now. And I'm scared. I love you, too, Jason. I do. And I want to marry you. So, yes. My answer is yes.
Courtney: You think loving someone with all your heart means you can spend your life with them, but it doesn't always work out that way.
Bridget: You sound like you're warning me off of a guy or something.
Courtney: Hey, love is love. I mean, it can be wonderful or it can be heartbreaking.
Bridget: All I want is my baby back.
Courtney: Hey, you just need to think about this carefully, Bridget. When you love someone, I mean, you imagine a perfect future. You know, people will warn you that there will be hard times but, you know, all you can see is how happy you'll be. And you think love is going to make everything bright and beautiful, but that's not life. Life is rent checks and noisy neighbors and having to stay home because you can't find a babysitter. There will be disappointments and frustrations, and even moments of anger.
Bridget: It still sounds better than what Iíve had so far.
Courtney: Don't you think you owe it to yourself to live your own life before you start making sacrifices for someone else?
Bridget: I can have a life and take care of my baby, too.
Courtney: All right. Well, you know that you'll be pulling your baby away from two people who love her very much, a home where she's happy.
Bridget: It's not too late to stop the adoption, right? I mean, they said I had a whole year.
Courtney: Yeah, legally, you can take your child back. I'm just not sure that's what's best for her.
Bridget: It will be. I'm going to be the greatest mom my little girl could ever ask for.
Carly: I made the mistake of rebounding to you once.
Lorenzo: It wasn't a mistake, Carly.
Carly: I overlooked everything that you had done wrong.
Lorenzo: You saw the good in me that I thought Iíd buried when Sophie died.
Carly: Lorenzo, you are good, ok, but you are also cold and you're ruthless and manipulative, and I cannot go back there again.
Brook Lynn: Excuse me. Hi, is Lorenzo Alcazar here?
Lorenzo: All right, it's true that I lied, but I lied to bring us together, to help you to hold on to your children. I never set out to hurt you, and I never will. You're far too important to me.
Carly: It doesn't matter.
Lorenzo: Carly, I had accepted the fact that I had lost you. But I never stopped feeling for you, and now I know you never did, either.
Lorenzo: Your saving me proves that you care.
Carly: Don't do this. Don't start pursuing me.
Lorenzo: I wonít. I'll leave it to you. And hopefully, sooner or later, you'll change your mind because you realize how much I love you.
Connor: Hey, you unpack yet?
Emily: Yeah, yeah. Didn't really bring that much, so -- I feel bad about taking the bed, though.
Connor: No, no, couch is fine. Better than the places I slept when I was in Iraq, that's for sure.
Emily: What's wrong with that?
Connor: Huh? Oh, I'm just -- I'm just doing some repairs to pass the time, you know? I tell you, whoever owns this place is going to come home to a house full of refinished furniture.
Emily: Looks like you're doing a great job.
Connor: Thank you. Nice to know at least one of my talents impresses you.
Emily: Well, a lot more than one. You want some water?
Connor: Yeah. A lot more than one, huh? How about telling me another?
Emily: Oh, gosh. Well, let's see. You have a definite flair for impersonation, and you obviously know how to --
Emily: Oh, God, Iím so sorry!
Emily: Oh, my God, I'm so, so sorry.
Connor: No, it's all right. It's all right. Nothing like a little bit of water to get the day started, you know?
Connor: It's all right. What?
Emily: Nothing. I'm sorry; it's just, you know, I haven't seen you with your tattoos before. It's just uncanny how much you look like Nikolas.
Connor: That's the idea, right?
Elizabeth: Thanks for walking me to work, even though you didn't have to.
Lucky: Well, I doubt Helena will come after you, but it doesn't hurt to be careful.
Elizabeth: Yeah, she's got other priorities, namely killing Emily. God, I hope Em's going to be ok with Connor.
Lucky: Well, we just need to buy some time for my dad to find Helena, and then Emily can come home.
Elizabeth: Oh, I am going to be so glad when this is all over.
Lucky: We all will. So, when's your shift going to be over?
Elizabeth: Just a few hours.
Lucky: I'll swing by. I'll walk you home.
Elizabeth: Lucky, you don't have to do that, really. I'm picking up Cam from daycare, I'm taking him home, put him in bed, and, for the grand finale, I'll put on my fuzzy slippers, pop on my pajamas, and watch TV.
Lucky: Boy. Don't take this the wrong way, but that sounds pretty lonely.
Brook Lynn: Ma, hey.
Brook Lynn: I'm guessing you're going to go see Lorenzo, right?
Lois: You are right, but it's not for why you think. I've found out some very disturbing things about Lorenzo and I need to find out what's going on with him once and for all.
Brook Lynn: Yeah. I think I can help you with that.
Lois: Do you know something?
Brook Lynn: Well, you see, I miss Diego, right, and so I was coming to see Lorenzo to see if he could get Diego back, but he was having a really intense conversation with Carly.
Lois: Could you hear what they were saying?
Brook Lynn: He told her that he loved her, ma. Hey. Look, I'm sorry. I probably shouldn't have said anything. I'm just trying to protect you.
Lois: Uh-uh, thanks for the warning.
Brook Lynn: Do you want -- do you want me to stay with you? Because --
Lois: No. I have to handle this by myself, without my daughter as an audience.
Brook Lynn: Right. Hey, ma? Look, I'm really sorry Iíve been such a jerk.
Lois: Honey, it's fine.
Brook Lynn: No, no, it's not. I was so hard on you about Alcazar, right? Like if liking him was even something you could control. I'm sorry. And I'm sorry that I told you about this.
Lois: Baby, no, listen to me; don't ever apologize for telling the truth, ever.
Brook Lynn: Ok. So are you saying that you're going to be ok, then?
Lois: No. But I have to do this alone. I love you.
Brook Lynn: Love you, too.
Lois: I'll make this brief. Look me in the eye and tell me you're going back to Carly.
Jax: Here we go. Yeah, I know. I'd rather be eating cookies, too, but I don't think Aunt Courtney would be very happy with me if I loaded you full of sugar and got you all wound up before we went to the museum. So, I'll do you a deal, ok? After we see all the exhibits and the dinosaur skeletons and skeletons of big whales and everything, then we'll stop off at Galliard's Chocolates and we'll pig out, ok? That's if Aunt Courtney remembers to meet us. Maybe she's stuck in a meeting or something. Oh.
Bridget: Hi, Mr. Jacks.
Jax: Hey, Bridget.
Bridget: Hi, Kristina.
Jax: You know, we're supposed to be meeting Courtney. Do you know where she is?
Bridget: Oh, sorry. She must be handling my paperwork.
Jax: Did she find you a new foster home?
Bridget: No, something much better. I've changed my mind about the adoption. I'm going to take back my baby and I'm going to raise her myself.
Jason: I'm sorry I didn't have an engagement ring to give you.
Sam: Oh. It looks like you're going to have to take me shopping, then.
Jason: That's fine, I'll take you shopping.
Sam: Seriously, Jason, a ring -- it doesn't matter. I have your love and we have a lifetime to spend with each other, and that's all that really matters to me. That's a better gift than any ring.
[Knock on door]
Jason: Who is it?
Courtney: Jason, it's Courtney. It's important.
Jason: What happened?
Courtney: Can I come in? I'm so sorry, but Bridgetís changed her mind. She's taking her baby back. I'm sorry. I mean, I tried to warn you. She has up to a year to change her mind.
Sam: Well, do you know why?
Courtney: It's just a combination of things. You know, most of all, I just think she really misses her daughter.
Jason: Are you here to take the baby?
Courtney: Not yet. No, I just -- I just wanted to let you know as soon as possible so you'd have time to adjust.
Jason: What -- what happens now?
Courtney: Well, I'll notify social services so they can pull the paperwork to stop the adoption. Bridget will need time to set up things for her baby.
Jason: Are they going to live with you?
Courtney: I haven't even thought it through yet. I mean, neither has Bridget. All she knows is that she wants her baby back.
Courtney: Bridget honestly believes that she can take care of Hope. Look, I did my best to try and talk her out of it. I -- I'm so sorry, Jason. Look, I honestly believed that Hope would be better off here with you.
Jason: Thank you.
Sam: I know you said that if Bridget changed her mind that we would have to give Hope back. But, Jason, what kind of life would that little girl have if she was with her? We need to fight for her. We have to. We have to love her enough to fight for her. She needs us.
Jason: We will.
Lorenzo: You got me through the death of my niece. You've been a caring friend. You actually made me laugh again.
Lois: We enjoy each other's company.
Lorenzo: You're wonderful, Lois. You stood up to me, wouldn't let me wallow in self-pity. You reached out when I pushed you away. You went against your better judgment --
Lois: But none of that changes your feelings for Carly.
Lorenzo: The point is that Carly is the woman that made me care again when I thought I was shut down forever.
Lois: And you are willing to risk your heart, no matter how many times it takes, just to be with her?
Lorenzo: I can't stop myself.
Lois: Yeah, I know the feeling.
Lorenzo: Lois, wait.
Lois: We have dragged this on too long, Lorenzo. I wish you well. I hope you find happiness. I doubt you will with Carly, but you never know. The only thing I know for sure is I am walking away right now for the last time.
Connor: Could you give me a hand here?
Emily: Yeah, sure.
Connor: Just hold it like this.
Emily: Right here?
Connor: Yeah, yeah. Can you reach that screwdriver?
Emily: Where? Yeah. Here.
Connor: Thanks. Thank you. There we go. I'm sorry I freaked you out earlier. I thought you knew about the tattoos.
Emily: Yeah, well, you couldn't pass for Nikolas without them, right?
Connor: It still threw you a little bit, though, huh?
Emily: Yeah, a little. I assume once Nikolas is free, you're going to have them removed.
Connor: I don't know. I'm getting used to them, you know? Actually, I think I kind of like them.
Emily: You never had tattoos before.
Connor: True. But it's like anything new. At first you feel a little weird, and then you get comfortable with it, you know? It's like changing my hair, the way I speak, or drinking wine instead of beer.
Connor: No, I'm into it. I mean, sometimes I actually feel like I am Nikolas.
Emily: You're not.
Connor: Look, I've given up a lot to help that guy, you know?
Emily: But you're really not like him, in any way.
Connor: Whatever you say.
Emily: Hey, listen, you know, I didn't mean to insult you.
Connor: I'm not insulted. You're just stating a fact. I'm not Nikolas Cassadine. There you go.
Emily: But you are trying to help, and I owe you a lot. In fact, I think it's time I started showing you my gratitude.
Connor: What'd you have in mind?
Jax: Hey, Lois. You ok?
Lois: Yeah, I'm fine. I'm just nursing a cold, so Iíll keep my distance.
Ned: Hey. Is this seat taken?
Lois: Ned, hi.
Lois: Um -- what brings you here?
Ned: Well, a little birdie called and told me you might need some company.
Lois: So our little girl's taking care of me these days, huh?
Ned: Well, I'm here to listen if you want to talk.
Lois: There's nothing you can do. I made a huge fool out of myself over Lorenzo, and it's just come back to bite me.
Ned: Lois, you could never make a fool of yourself.
Lois: Ok, well, let's just say I hope to God I never make that mistake ever again.
Ned: You know, I don't really like Alcazar -- you know that -- and I can't believe I'm actually going to say this, but I admire you for reaching out and trying to make this work.
Courtney: Hey. Sorry I'm late. Hey. Something came up.
Jax: Oh, you know, Bridget told me that she's taking back her baby?
Courtney: Yeah, I just had to go tell Jason and Sam. They're devastated, and to make it worse, Bridget claims that Iím the reason she changed her mind about the adoption.
Jax: Oh, no, and you were just trying to help her get life back on track.
Courtney: Yeah, which gave her the confidence to want to try and raise her child.
Jax: I know that's not what you were aiming for.
Courtney: Not at all. No, I mean, I wanted the adoption process to go smoothly and, well, now I wound up doing just the opposite.
Jax: Well, Courtney, you can't blame yourself. I mean, you knew that Bridget was volatile.
Courtney: Yeah, but Jax, I mean, you should've seen the look on Sam and Jasonís faces. You know, they're still dealing with the death of Samís baby, and now another one's being taken away. I mean, how much loss can anyone stand?
Jason: Right. Ok, all right, all right. I'll meet you there. Thank you. Ok, Jordanís meeting me at the Metro Court in 15 minutes.
Sam: Do you think there are any legal grounds to keep Hope with us?
Jason: Bridget has been in and out of trouble for years. She has no means of supporting this baby. Hopefully that's enough for Jordan to start building a case.
Sam: Ok, Jason, I know you hated every minute of Sonny and Carlyís custody fight, and then Alexis and Sonny, it got really ugly. I don't want to drag you into another one of those.
Jason: You're not dragging me. I want what's best for Hope, and I really don't think that Bridget can take care of her baby.
Sam: Thank you. Thank you so much for doing this.
Jason: Sam, you need to be prepared, ok? We can go to court; we can have a strong case, but still might have to give up the baby.
Sam: I know, I know, but maybe Bridget will change her mind yet again.
Jason: Well, we'll know more once Iíve talked to Jordan.
Sam: Ok. All right, I know why this is happening, and I think -- I think I know what I can to do to stop it.
Connor: Wow, those smell amazing.
Emily: Well, wait until you taste them. They're from a special, secret recipe.
Connor: I would think a girl like you wouldn't even know what the inside of a kitchen looked like.
Emily: Well, the rest of my family was forbidden to enter the kitchen, but Cook always made an exception for me. When I was in high school, I used to spend hours in the kitchen learning how to cook and bake, and these chocolate chip cookies are my specialty.
Connor: Well, then I guess Iíd better try one.
Emily: I wouldn't want to force you.
Connor: I'm supposed to be practicing good manners right now, right?
Connor: Ok. Wow, these are great. I'll just put the plate over here and be polite and finish the rest of them later.
Emily: You -- you got chocolate all over your face.
Connor: Is it gone?
Connor: Get it off.
Emily: Right there.
Connor: Is it over here?
Emily: No. Whoa! What are you doing?
Connor: I think it's pretty obvious what Iím doing.
Emily: Ok, the only reason that I kissed you was to fool Helena.
Connor: You sure about that?
Emily: Of course I am sure! I have no romantic interest in you whatsoever!
Connor: Oh, come on, you throw water on me to get my shirt off, bake me cookies, and then wipe chocolate off my face.
Emily: Ok, that water was an accident!
Connor: An accident? What was the rest of it, just showing your gratitude?
Emily: Yeah, that's right.
Connor: You know what I think? I think you're just feeling guilty because you was coming on to me.
Emily: Ok, get this straight -- I am not attracted to you. If I sent you mixed messages, then Iím sorry. That was not my intention. But I am married, all right? I love Nikolas, and only him.
Connor: Well, then you should keep your hands to yourself!
Emily: No problem. Unfortunately, we're stuck here together, so Iím going to keep my distance.
Connor: I got your --
Elizabeth: Oh, Cam, I know you're hungry, honey, but Mommy forgot I have to go to the grocery store, and then Iíll feed you -- hey.
Lucky: Hey. Let me take those for you.
Elizabeth: What are you -- oh, thanks. What are you doing here?
Lucky: Well, you know --
Elizabeth: Say hi.
Lucky: Being suspended from the force has given me a lot of time on my hands and a lot of time to think, and I find myself thinking about you and that kiss we shared. I just thought maybe I could, you know, walk you home. You know, help get Cameron settled, then maybe we can even order take-out from Eliís.
Lucky: I've missed you, Elizabeth.
Elizabeth: I've missed you.
Ned: You always see the best in people, Lois. Lorenzo Alcazar wasn't worthy of you. But that's his fault, not yours.
Lois: You're an amazing guy, you know?
Ned: Wait a minute; I just gave you a compliment. Don't turn it around on me.
Lois: I am serious. How many ex-husbands you know go nurse their former spouse through a broken heart that they didn't even cause? The answer is not many.
Ned: Yeah. I care about you. I always will.
Lois: Right back at ya. Thank you for not saying "I told you so."
Ned: I remember when we fell in love, all the mistakes I made, how I hurt you, deceived you. But you always forgave me, Lois, always. And that enabled me to try again. And even when our marriage failed, you never became bitter or cynical. I hope, I pray to God you never will.
Steven: Ooh. Whoa. Carly, need help?
Carly: Be my guest.
Steven: Bad day?
Carly: You don't even want to know.
Steven: Why don't you try me?
Carly: Ok, listen, you know what, it's true, I have been self-destructive in the past, all right? But come on, Iíd just like just a little bit of credit because I've learned from my mistakes. It's not like I don't know the difference between a safe bet and a looming disaster.
Steven: Ok. What sort of a looming disaster do you have in mind?
Carly: Hmm. You see, that is just the point. I don't have it in mind, and I'm not going down that road again. End of discussion.
Steven: This conversation's getting just a little cryptic for me, so Iím going to ask you if I might change the subject.
Carly: Be my guest.
Steven: I owe you my freedom, Carly. Today you truly saved my career, and I want to thank you. I want to thank you by taking you out for dinner and by taking you out for dancing.
Carly: Oh, really? An actual date?
Steven: Let's put it this way -- if the evening happens to be romantic, then I plan to take shameless advantage.
Carly: Why not?
Steven: Why not dinner or why not romance?
Carly: Why not both?
Jason: We don't want to make Bridget the villain here. We just want to prove to the court that she's not capable of caring for Hope.
Jordan: The law is clear. She has up to a full year to change her mind about putting the baby up for adoption. There's nothing I could do to force it through.
Jason: Bridget has a history of emotional problems.
Jordan: Yes, and a police record, which means there's a possibility that I can put the baby in your protective custody.
Jason: We'll take what we can get.
Jordan: But that's a long shot. And for it to work, you and Sam need to be above reproach and it's imperative that you don't do anything to cast doubt on your fitness as parents.
[Knock on door]
Sam: It's not going to work.
Courtney: What are you talking about?
Sam: Well, you're the one who convinced Bridget to stop the adoption. You think that without the baby to hold us together, Jason and I are going to break up. You're wrong, Courtney. Jason and I are getting married.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Steven: if you're ready to move beyond friendship, then so am I.
Emily: What happened?
Connor: Nothing, nothing. Don't worry about it.
Emily: You just blew up, Connor. You're out of control.
Courtney: I know exactly what you're doing with Jason, and it's not going to work.
Jordan: Courtney might be the best way for you to keep the baby.
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