GH Transcript Monday 3/28/05

General Hospital Transcript Monday 3/28/05

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John: Michael was a wonderful little boy. He was mischievous, bright, full of promise. He should have lived a long and productive life. Instead, he died a violent death, terrified, far from home, taken from his family, and ultimately thrown out like garbage by a professional killer. But Michael died trying to save his little brother and sister, and because of his bravery, Morgan and Kristina are here with us today. So we dedicate this park to their brave big brother, Michael Corinthos III, a little boy who wanted nothing more than to come home. He never will. But I vow that I will honor Michael's memory by destroying crime in Port Charles.

Singer: War what is it good for? Absolutely nothin' war what is it good for? Absolutely nothin' war ain't nothin' but a heartbreaker

[Silenced gunshot]

singer: Friend only to the undertaker war means tears to thousands of mother's eyes when their sons go off to fight and their daughters lose their lives in a war what is it good for? Absolutely nothin' war what is it good for? Absolutely nothin' war is the enemy of all mankind the news of war just breaks my heart and blows my mind war has laid waste to a whole generation induction, then destruction and who wants to die in a war? What is it good for? Absolutely nothin' tell me, war

John: They have to be stopped, they have to be tried, and they have to be convicted and sent to prison. Organized crime has had a stranglehold on the city of Port Charles for far too long. It stops here, it stops today. For Michael's sake, in the memory of Michael, I'm pledging myself to the task of making this city safe for all of its citizens, especially the children.

Jason: You have to get out of here now.

Man: Mr. Corinthos said no witnesses.

Jason: This is Sonny's sister! Get out of here now! There's a car waiting back of the hotel. Go!

Jax: Hey. Courtney? Hey. Courtney? Talk to me. Talk to me.

Jason: Jax, is she alive?

Jax: Courtney? Look what you did.

Sonny: You okay?

Carly: Yeah, I just -- I saw a little boy playing here. I thought -- I could've sworn it was Michael.

Sonny: I know. I miss him, too.

Carly: I guess we should go sit down.

Sonny: No, no, no. You know what, if you don't want to go through this, I'll have Bobbie take you home, okay?

Carly: Sonny, I want to be here. I have to be, because one day we're going to bring Morgan and Kristina to this place where this gorgeous new play structure's going to be and I want to show them the plaque and I want to tell them about the ceremony and I want them to know that it is a gift to them and all the kids in Port Charles from their brother Michael, who's now in heaven.

[Michael moans]

Michael: Mom, where are you?

A.J.: Michael, don't worry, don't worry. Your dad's here, okay? I'm going to get you help.

Man: Hello?

A.J.: Yeah, hey. It's me. I'm with my son. We're in -- we're in a fishing shack on Wingate Island, just off the coast of Georgia. Okay, now what I want is for you to pick us up immediately and I want a doctor waiting at my house.

Man: Are you hurt?

A.J.: No, I'm fine. It's my son. He was bitten by some kind of insect. I think it was -- it was probably a scorpion. He's got a high fever.

Man: Maybe you should call in a MedEvac. They can get to you sooner.

A.J.: Listen, I don't pay you to give advice. You are paid to do what you're told. I don't want the authorities notified. What I want is for you to get us out of here immediately! Hey, don't worry, little buddy, I'm going to get you out of here, okay? Everything's -- everything's going to be fine. You're going to be just fine. Okay.

Carly: Hi. Thank you. Thank you all for coming here today and for caring about our son. Michael loved this park, and he especially loved the swings, and I know he would be very happy with what's going on here today. He would be thrilled that a new play structure is going up in his honor. And Sonny and I hope that this gives Michael's brother and sister and all the children in Port Charles many happy hours and memories.

[Applause]

Woman: We at City Hall would like to thank the Corinthos family for their enormous generosity to our city, our park, and specifically our children. The new play structure will give children from all walks of life --

[Phone rings]

Woman: The opportunity to explore --

[Phone rings]

Woman: This park is easily accessible –

Ric: Where? How many?

John: Find a witness, find a survivor. We need proof.

Reese: Any indication who's behind it?

Woman: The new structure will triple the capacity of the play area, while eliminating hazards posed by the present outdated equipment.

Woman: Construction begins tomorrow on the new play structure, which is scheduled to be completed by early summer. So when you see children swinging and laughing, enjoying their day and just being kids, think of Michael. Thank you.

[Sirens]

Carly: Thank you. Thank you so much for being here.

Sonny: We appreciate it.

Woman: It's the least I can do, considering your generous contribution. Please know my prayers are with you in your time of loss.

Carly: I'm going to --

Bobbie: Oh, here we go. Yeah.

John: Hey.

Reese: What?

John: Were you notified?

Reese: Yeah, two down from the Sandoval family, one in a hospital elevator and the other in an alley behind his office.

John: Yeah, well, there's a third, shot in the hallway outside his mistress' apartment. And he did it. You realize that, don't you?

Reese: Yeah.

John: The Sandoval crime family has been gunning for Sonny, taking advantage of Michael's death, and he just put a stop to it. I'll give the man credit -- it was a gutsy move, but it was also a foolish one. Sonny is finally going down, and he did it to himself.

Alexis: Okay, you obviously have to leave, and I'm going to take her home where she's safe.

Ric: Yeah, good.

Alexis: You'll keep me informed?

Ric: I will. Come on.

Sonny: Hey. What? You going to -- you going to leave without letting me kiss my daughter goodbye?

Alexis: Here you go.

Bobbie: How about I take Morgan over there for a last ride on the swings?

Carly: Yeah, I think that'd be great. Thanks.

Bobbie: Okay. Come on. Let's go for a ride on the swings.

Carly: Here, give him this.

Bobbie: Oh. Thank you. Good idea.

Lorenzo: Carly.

Carly: Hey.

Lorenzo: How you holding up?

Carly: Okay. I saw you during the ceremony across the park there. You didn't come join us.

Lorenzo: On a good day, there's tension between me and Sonny. I didn't want to spoil the dedication for you.

Carly: That's very considerate, Lorenzo, but you're important to me and you have every right to be here.

Lorenzo: Well, thanks for the sentiment. Why did you get up and walk to the swings in the middle of the ceremony?

Carly: Oh. It's -- it's crazy. I thought I saw Michael. It was so real, and for an instant, I just thought this whole thing was a mistake and my little boy had come home.

Jax: Courtney? Courtney, talk to me.

Courtney: Jax.

Jax: Oh, thank God. I thought I'd lost you.

Courtney: My God.

Jax: Are you hurt?

Courtney: What happened?

Jax: You're bleeding.

Courtney: What happened?

Jax: You're bleeding.

Courtney: No. No, it's -- it's not mine. Oh, my God.

Jax: Want me to help you up?

Courtney: I'm okay.

Jax: Come on. There.

Courtney: Oh, my God. Rachel. The last thing I remember is you grabbing me and throwing me to the floor. What --

Ofc. Murphy: All right, who wants to go first?

Jax: Um -- the elevator opened, a couple of men stepped off, and they opened fire.

Ofc. Murphy: Is that what you saw?

Courtney: I had my back to the elevator. The first I knew anything was wrong was when Jax threw me on the ground.

Ofc. Murphy: What are you doing here?

Jax: Well, isn't that obvious? He ordered the shooting. He was here to make sure it got done.

Ofc. Murphy: Did you witness Mr. Morgan firing a weapon at anyone?

Jax: No. I hit my head. I must have blacked out.

Ofc. Murphy: You didn't answer my question.

Jason: I -- I came to get Courtney. They're dedicating a park in her nephew's honor.

Ofc. Murphy: That true?

Courtney: I was supposed to go to the ceremony, but I got delayed.

Paramedic: Officer Murphy, we're transporting the patient out of here.

Courtney: Her name's Rachel Adair. Look, she doesn't have anyone. I'd like to ride with her.

Jax: Wait a minute, maybe you should see a doctor. Are we free to go?

Ofc. Murphy: Yeah. I'll be in touch. Hey. You, with me. Come on. Logan, what you got? IDs.

Ofc. Logan: Armando Sandoval, Val Diamond, and associates.

Ofc. Murphy: Isn't that a coincidence? The guys who hit Kelly’s the other night -- they worked for Sandoval, right? Did you order this massacre as payback for what happened to Sam?

Carly: Lorenzo, when I got up and walked across to the swings during the ceremony, I mean, did you see a little boy playing there that -- that I could've mistaken for Michael?

Lorenzo: I had a pretty clear view. No one was there.

Carly: You know, it was probably just one of those memories that feels so real that you feel like you could touch it. You know, he played on those swings a thousand times, and I'm sure that just being here made him seem real for me in my mind.

Lorenzo: It's not so bad, is it?

Reese: At least nine men are dead, all from the Sandoval crime family -- just like the men who attacked you at Kelly’s. Here's the clincher -- Jason, who would seem to have the strongest motive for wanting revenge, was at the Metro Court restaurant when six of them were slaughtered. Did you know anything about that?

Sam: No, I have no idea what you're talking about.

Reese: That's some coincidence. Prepare yourself, because Jason will not walk away from this one.

Ric: Sonny? We need to talk to you about the murders of multiple members of the Sandoval family.

John: You couldn't have come up with a better tribute to Michael. You just took yourself and your enforcer out of the equation for good. Hey, genius? Pay attention. You didn't just wipe out the Sandoval family. You killed innocent people, including your own sister.

Steven: Excellent. Nice work, guys. Bring her right on through to trauma -- one.

Elizabeth: Okay, I'll call another doctor.

Steven: It's fine, Liz.

Elizabeth: No, Steven --

Steven: No, I got it, I got it!

Elizabeth: You cannot work on her!

Monica: Uh, anybody need me for a consult?

Steven: Yeah, Doctor. Rachel Adair was just brought in on a stretcher. She's got a gunshot wound, and it looks like it's critical. She and I have a personal history, so I can't be the one to treat her.

Monica: Okay, fine, I will handle it.

Steven: Trauma room one.

Monica: Yeah.

Steven: Come here, come here. Okay, that was completely unnecessary, not to mention the last thing I needed!

Elizabeth: What is your problem?

Steven: Do you think that I need the chief of staff's wife to know that I have a personal history with Rachel?

Elizabeth: Okay, I wasn't trying to put you on the spot. I was just trying to keep you from making a potential mistake, Steven.

Steven: Yeah, I know. I know that. It's just that it's -- it's complicated!

Elizabeth: What's the deal? I don't understand. Rachel seems to be a really nice girl, and you keep acting like your history is some deep, shameful secret.

[Pager beeps]

[Steven sighs]

Steven: It's the PCPD. Oh, got to go to a crime scene. Look, I'm sorry about all this. Can you do me a favor and stick around, keep close by, and let me know what happens with Rachel?

Elizabeth: Mm-hmm. Sure.

Jax: When I came to and I saw you lying there covered in blood, I thought I'd lost you. I love you, Courtney. I can't imagine what my life would be like without you.

Courtney: I love you, too, Jax.              

Ric: Lansing.

John: So was murdering your sister part of the plan? Seems a little cold even for you, Sonny.

Ric: Apparently, you were misinformed, Durant. Courtney Matthews was, indeed, at the Metro Court restaurant, but according to the officers at the scene, she was not hurt. Another woman, unfortunately, was hit -- Dr. Rachel Adair. She's been taken to General Hospital. She's in critical condition.

John: Well, well, well. Aren't I impressed? Such sibling solidarity. Are you officially on Sonny's payroll now, or just risking your job as D.A. to cover for your brother in an act of altruism?

Ric: I resent the implication, Durant. See, unlike you, I'm trying to collect facts; I'm not leaping to conclusions. If I find out that Sonny had anything to do with this, I will prosecute him -- with a smile on my face.

Reese: Can I speak to you alone, Carly?

Lorenzo: I won't be far.

Reese: Oh, Mr. Alcazar? You wouldn't happen to know anything about multiple hits against the Sandoval crime family today, would you?

Lorenzo: Not a thing.

Reese: You know, somehow I knew you were going to say that.

Lorenzo: Anything else?

Reese: Not at this moment. So the Sandovals have been wiped out during your playground dedication. Could you tell me again how -- how this ceremony was not a prearranged alibi for Sonny while he eliminated his rivals?

Carly: I don't know anything about this.

Reese: Are you happy that your son's memory was exploited in this way, Carly?

Carly: You do not know what you're talking about.

Reese: Yeah, I know Sonny did this. And I tried to help, but why should he listen to me? I'm just a Fed, just another enemy. You know, you might have had some influence. You might have been able to save Sonny from himself. Why the hell didn't you?

Ric: Wait a minute; I thought you were going to take Kristina home.

Alexis: I wanted to make sure that I wasn't giving in to my paranoia about Sonny. You didn't look surprised at all when you got that phone call, did you? You knew this was going to happen.

Sonny: You want to question me, I'm not going to say anything unless my attorney's present.

John: Sonny's men just opened fire at the Metro Court hotel, where Jasper Jacks just happened to be having lunch with Courtney, your best friend, his own sister. She could've been killed. Is this hitting close enough to home for you yet, Carly? Sonny's finally crossed the line. You know it. Now, for yourself, for Morgan, and in honor of Michael, walk away.

Sam: Courtney. Hey. I heard you were at the hotel when those guys were shot.

Courtney: Yeah. Great timing, huh?

Sam: Are you okay?

Courtney: This isn't my blood. It's -- it's Rachel Adair’s. Do you know her?

Sam: No, I don't think so.

Courtney: Yeah, she's a doctor. She works here. She had just joined me and Jax for lunch when the gunmen opened fire. Correction -- when Sonny's gunmen opened fire. Sam, they killed a table full of people just like that, in the middle of the afternoon at a public restaurant. People died. People got hurt having lunch, and Jason knew about it. God, he probably planned the whole thing. Obviously, it doesn't bother you. You have the stomach for it. Well, you know what? I'm not like you. I'm not. Jason expects me to cover for him once again, and --

Sam: No, no, no, Jason was at that restaurant because of you. We were at the playground dedication and we had every intention of staying there, but Carly told him that you were at the Metro Court and he took off after you to save you. Jason knew what he was getting himself into. He knew that he could be blamed for the shooting, but he went after you anyway.

Courtney: What am I supposed to say to that?

Sam: I don't know, Courtney. Nothing, I guess.

Alan: Have you seen Monica?

Elizabeth: She's with the GSW from the hotel shooting.

Alan: Okay. As soon as Monica’s available, please tell her to call me or come to the office.

Tracy: Oh, my darling, you don't have to bother Monica. She's busy saving lives. Would you excuse us? Let's not bother her with domestic trivia. Step right in there, my office, would you, please? If you are even thinking of telling Monica that you were the one that hit Ric and Alexis' car, I will personally have you lobotomized.

Alan: Do you have any idea what's going on in this town? There is complete chaos. Sonny killed God knows how many people in the middle of a restaurant, and I'm sure he was ably assisted by my son Jason.

Tracy: What does that have to do with you?

Alan: Jason's the perfect assassin. He has no conscience, he has no remorse, and that is not going to be me.

Tracy: Oh. You're the one that's going to lose your medical license and go to prison instead. Great idea!

Jax: I hope I'm not sticking my nose into where it doesn't belong, but --

Elizabeth: I'll let you know if you are.

Jax: Okay. I was just wondering why Steven refused to treat Rachel.

Elizabeth: Breach of ethics. They were romantically involved a few years ago.

Jax: Rachel and Steven?

Elizabeth: Mm-hmm.

Jax: Well, that certainly makes sense.

Officer: Ms. Matthews? I need to ask a few follow-up questions regarding the shooting.

Steven: Let me guess -- you're being held for questioning. No answer? What, is this is because you're a stone-cold pro, right? Okay, I just got to wonder, why were you even here? Aren't you supposed to be out in some nice, public, open space when the hit goes down surrounded by fine, upstanding citizens? What happened? What happened? Did something go wrong to make you lose your legendary cool? Was it the death of Michael Corinthos? Is that what happened? Because anyone could understand that, the way that little guy died!

Jason: You better shut up about Michael.

A.J.: Come on, Michael. Just hang in there, okay? You can't -- you can't die. I've worked so hard to get you back. It wasn't easy. Took a lot of arranging and some coordinating and dealing with psychos like Faith Rosco. Not that you were ever in trouble. You weren't, not even for a minute. Not until the plane crashed. Even that turned out to be a blessing in disguise. You saved my life. Look, I know you're sick and you should probably be in the hospital, but if I take you, you might get recognized. And then the authorities would get involved and they would notify Sonny and your mom, and they'd put on this -- this big show about wanting you back. And even if they don't -- not -- not like I do. Not like I do, Michael. You're where you belong. You're with your father. We're going to have the time of our lives, you and me. Sky's the limit. That's why you got to hang in there, okay, just a little longer. I got a helicopter coming to pick us up. They're going to take us home. I have a doctor there. He's waiting, he's going to fix you up, make you as good as new. Everything -- everything's going to work out. This time. This -- this one time. For the first time in my whole stinking, miserable life, things have to work out.

Steven: Hey.

Reese: Hey.

Steven: Okay, officers respond, come off the elevator with the paramedics to find six members of the Sandoval crime family dead at the table. Jason Morgan is at another table, applying first aid to another gunshot victim, Dr. Rachel Adair.

Reese: Any witness statements?

Steven: Jasper Jacks said that two men just came in and opened fire. Everyone dove for cover. He hit his head. That's all he remembers.

Reese: So did Jax mention seeing Jason in the restaurant when the shooting started?

Steven: Well, he never saw Jason arrive, but he also said he never saw Jason with a gun.

Reese: Yeah, of course not. Do you have a reason to be here?

Jason: I told Officer Murphy I came to get Courtney for the playground dedication.

Reese: Did Ms. Matthews corroborate?

Ofc. Murphy: She didn't contradict it. She didn't elaborate, either.

Reese: Did you test Morgan for gunpowder residue?

Steven: Yeah, those tests came back negative.

Reese: Okay, I tell you what -- I'm going to send an officer down to General Hospital to take a statement from Courtney. If it matches yours, you're free to go. If it doesn't, Murphy, arrest him on charges of murder.

Tracy: You were driving drunk. You left the scene of an accident. If you confess now, you will be throwing away the rest of your life.

Alan: Ric and Alexis could have been killed.

Tracy: They weren't! It doesn't matter! And nary a serious injury between the two of them. And may I add that they are not out there demanding justice. Good God, Alan, know when to leave well enough alone.

Monica: Elizabeth said you wanted to see me. What are you doing here?

Tracy: Alan and I were discussing whether or not we should, um, donate to Michael's memorial playground. I personally think it's a good idea. Alan, however, doesn't want to support anything having to do with Sonny. Care to weigh in?

Monica: Well, actually, I think it's a nonissue. I can't imagine Sonny or Carly allowing us to do anything.

Tracy: Good point.

Monica: And why are you interested in Michael? You didn't pay any attention to him when he was alive.

Tracy: Contrary to public opinion, I am capable of feeling compassion. My brother Alan loves Michael. I love my brother Alan. Whether you believe it or not.

Monica: She's kidding, right?

Alan: What do you mean?

Monica: Come on, Alan. I've been a Quartermaine most of my life. When Tracy starts preaching family solidarity and sisterly devotion, you know there's trouble.

Alan: Look, if you want something to worry about, worry about your precious Jason. Apparently, he killed several mobsters today right in the middle of a restaurant.

Courtney: I intended to go to the playground dedication after I went to lunch with Jax, but when we got to the hotel, we found out that the restaurant was booked for a private party. Jax owns the Metro Court, so we sat down anyway, and Rachel joined us shortly after that.

Officer: What about Jason Morgan? Had you arranged to meet him there?

Courtney: Yes.

Jax: You never mentioned that.

Courtney: I know, and I feel really silly about it, Jax. It's just I've been a little jealous lately because you've been paying so much attention to Rachel. So I asked Jason to come by the restaurant and pick me up for the ceremony. It was a petty and juvenile move, and I deeply regret it. But the fact remains Jason was at the restaurant to meet me.

Carly: I cannot tell you how sick I am of having the same argument with you. Why can't you ever hear me? Sonny and I were married for a very long time. It may not have been easy, but there was a lot of love and it was real. Is any of this getting through to you? No, I guess not. Okay, you want to make Sonny your perpetual target? Fine, I guess I can't do anything to stop you. But don't you think for one second that I'm going to thank you or that I believe you're doing it in my name, because you're not. You're not trying to protect me, Dad. This is all about you and your professional interests.

John: You couldn't be more wrong, Carly. I'm just trying to save my daughter's life and the life of my remaining grandson, and I am not going to stop until I've accomplished that goal. Now, if you hate me for that, I'm genuinely sorry about it. So be it.

Sonny: You okay?

Carly: I hope you know what you're doing.

Sonny: I do.

Carly: Really?

Sonny: Yeah.

Carly: Then what the hell is going on right now? Why did Jason run off? Why did Courtney nearly get shot and killed? If whatever you're supposed to be doing right now is supposed to make our family safer, you tell me, why are the people that I love more at risk than ever?

Sonny: Hey, hey –

Alexis: You knew that Sonny was going to wage war on a mob rival today. You knew that they might retaliate. You knew that he was a sitting duck. And yet you brought my daughter here anyway.

Ric: It was a public ceremony, Alexis, all right? There were three city council members that were present. Kristina wasn't in any danger.

Alexis: Who do you think you're talking to? Her father, your brother, is a target, as is anyone and everyone around him. She could've been sitting on his lap today and been shot. And there was nothing he could do about it. And you didn't care. All you cared about was scoring a point with your brother.

Ric: I resent that. I brought Kristina here because Sonny wanted her here and because I thought that I would abide by the custody agreement that --

Alexis: Making my daughter a target is not part of any agreement!

Ric: Will you take a step back just for a second and look at this thing objectively? I had no ulterior motive other than offering him an olive branch so that you could retain primary custody of Kristina.

Alexis: Given what happened today, primary custody is not nearly good enough.

Jax: Look, I figured out that there was something wrong with you and Rachel, but I didn't realize that she made you feel so insecure you had to pay me back by calling Jason.

Courtney: No, no, no, Jax, I was being ridiculous. Please don't remind me.

Jax: Well, it's just not like you. I mean, you know, you really haven't been yourself since Rachel’s been around. It's like you're afraid of her. And you refuse to tell me why.

Monica: We're about to take Rachel to O.R. She needs surgery.

Courtney: Well, is she going to live?

Monica: Well, her condition is critical, but I'm hopeful.

Courtney: May I see her?

Monica: I don't see why not.

Courtney: Thank you.

Lorenzo: You seem preoccupied. Did Reese say something to upset you?

Carly: Well, she said something that hit home. I wanted this day to be special. I wanted it to be a gift for Michael, not a cover for a mob war.

Lorenzo: Well, I never thought I'd be in a position of defending Sonny, but from a professional standpoint, it's a brilliant tactical move. If he gets away with it, you, Morgan, and Kristina will be a lot safer.

Carly: Okay, you know, I get why, I get why he would do it. But I hate what's going to happen now. You know, my father is like this mad dog, and he is going to go after Sonny because his life's goal is to put him in prison. He's going to use this for all its worth, and -- I'm not doing this. I'm not going there. I need to focus on my life. I need to rebuild a future for my son, for my --

[Phone rings]

Lorenzo: Excuse me. Yes? Where are you? I'll be there right away. I'm sorry, I have to go.

Carly: Sounds urgent.

Lorenzo: It's just something I need to take care of. I'll call you.

A.J.: Can you hear me, Michael? Huh? Can you hear me? That's it. That's it, come on back. Come on back.

Michael: What happened?

A.J.: Well, you were bit by something poisonous and it spiked a high fever. But you know what, I think the worst is over.

Michael: I want to see my dad.

A.J.: I'm your dad. I'm here. I'm here with you.

Michael: I want to see my real dad. I want to go home.

Sonny: I have nothing to say to you, Ric.

Ric: That'll work. You can listen. Nine men died tonight. Granted, each one was more loathsome than the last -- drug dealers, underage prostitution rings. The list is endless. There are people who would argue that if you are responsible for their deaths, then you deserve a medal. That's not for me to say. If and when the evidence comes in that links you to their deaths, I am going to do my job and I am going to prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law.

Sonny: You came all the way out here to tell me something I already know?

Ric: I came here as a family member.

Sonny: In other words, you want something. Probably has to do with Alexis.

Ric: Well, it's no secret that she can be overprotective at times. But you got to admit, Sonny, you've given her good reason to.

Sonny: What do you want?

Ric: I want time. Time for Alexis to breathe a little. You know, for a chance for her to feel safe and secure, a chance for her blood pressure to go down so that she can take care of Kristina and this child she's carrying.

Sonny: Which happens to be yours.

Ric: That's right. Also happens to be your niece or nephew.

Sonny: I'm going to ask you again -- what do you want?

Ric: Ease up on the visitation. A couple of months, please, tops.

Sonny: You know -- ahem -- I actually think you came here with good intentions, but we both know that Alexis hates that Kristina is with me. And, you know, two months, two years -- not going to matter. I'm not going to distance myself from my daughter waiting for the day that, you know, Alexis suddenly turns reasonable. But I will -- I will -- I will give you my word that what happened today will make Kristina a lot safer.

Reese: So you admit you ordered the hits?

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Alexis: I intend to use these in my petition to get sole custody of my daughter.

Reese: You went ahead and you did this thing, anyway. I'm going to personally arrest you for murder.

Maria: Jason Morgan and Sonny Corinthos planned the murders together.

Sam: Courtney backed up your story.

Jason: And you asked her to cover for me?

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