General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 3/30/05
Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy
Emily: It's beautiful outside, huh?
Emily: Almost like summer.
Lucky: How about we go for a walk around the garden?
Emily: Yeah, sounds good.
Lucky: Oh, wait, I forgot. A nurse from the hospital's coming to give me a therapeutic massage, so --
Lucky: But we can go for a walk right afterwards.
Elizabeth: Hey, guys.
Lucky: Massage table, nurse -- you mean --
Elizabeth: That's right, I'm the one giving you your therapy.
Lucky: And when did you become so experienced in this area?
Elizabeth: Oh, well, please, I'm not.
Lucky: Thank you for reassuring me.
Elizabeth: Come on, now. I've done amazing therapeutic massages on the hospital dummies.
Lucky: So you mean I'm your first live victim?
Elizabeth: Oh, the chances of survival, about 90%.
Emily: Hey, guys, I'll get out of your way.
Lucky: No, you can stay.
Emily: No, you guys are busy.
Lucky: Okay, how about you give us an hour, and then we'll go for that walk around the garden?
Emily: No, no, no, it's okay, Lucky. We'll do it another time.
Courtney: Is she getting worse?
Steven: Come on outside. Okay, so, Rachel made it through surgery, but she hasn't regained consciousness. And at this point, it's not a given that she ever will.
Reese: An innocent woman is in the hospital. Nine men are dead. Now, you've already admitted to seeing a man rush past you in the stairwell of the Metro Court moments before the Sandoval shootings took place.
Maria: He went by so quickly, I --
Reese: Let's just cut to the chase here, Ms. Sanchez. The man you saw was Jason Morgan, wasn't it?
Jason: The police have no evidence to connect me to the Sandoval murders.
Sam: Okay. Then I think you need to take a break.
Jason: You know what? I'm waiting for a call from Stan about a lead, so I --
Sam: Well, can you do me a favor while you're waiting, please?
Jason: Okay. What do you need?
Sam: What do I need?
Sam: Well -- ahem -- I am not expecting anything extravagant. I don't need any fancy dinner or anything.
Jason: What, you want me to take you to dinner?
Sam: No, I do not.
Jason: I won't take you to --
Sam: No, I want you just to let me distract you. You know, sometimes answers come when you're thinking about something else.
Jason: Well, you really think that works?
Sam: Well, I think it's worth a try. Just close your eyes.
Jason: What are you going to do?
Sam: Distract you.
[Knock on door]
Sam: Ignore it, please. Ignore it.
Sam: Oh --
Jason: I don't think they're going away.
Ofc. Murphy: Agent Marshall wants you down at headquarters. We've got some more questions about the Metro Court shootings.
Maria: The man in the stairwell ran by so fast, I didn't get a good look at his face.
Reese: Yesterday you said you would recognize him if you saw him again.
Maria: I'm sorry. I misspoke.
Reese: You seemed quite certain at the time.
Maria: I was confused.
Lorenzo: Is there a problem? I can't believe Ms. Sanchez has done anything to warrant questioning by the F.B.I.
Reese: Ms. Sanchez is a material witness to the Sandoval murders. I'm sure you already know this, Alcazar.
Lorenzo: Well, she told me she was there. She also told me she gave a complete statement, so what's this about, Agent Marshall? Harassment? Intimidation?
Reese: Is Mr. Alcazar the reason that your memory is not as sharp today as it was yesterday?
Maria: No, of course not.
Reese: I hope you'll be guided by your conscience to do the right thing.
Maria: Ave Maria. Agent Marshall won't let up.
Lorenzo: Don't let her rattle you.
Maria: I can't help it. Yesterday I admitted I saw a man running up the stairs at the Metro Court right before the shooting.
Lorenzo: Did you give any names?
Maria: No. I've been trying to cover, but she keeps pressuring me. You know, maybe I should just admit I saw Jason Morgan.
Elizabeth: Lucky, you're going to need this.
Lucky: For what?
Elizabeth: Well, I'm here to give you a full-body therapeutic massage. Now, you'll need to disrobe.
Elizabeth: Well, except for this little white towel. Do you want me to leave?
Lucky: No, no. It's not a problem. I --
Elizabeth: Lucky, I know it's been a few years, but I have seen you get undressed a time or two.
Lucky: Yeah, but back then you always got naked, too.
Courtney: Well, will Rachel survive?
Steven: Rachel could die without ever regaining consciousness. We're going to maintain life support and we're going to hope for the best.
Jax: Thanks for the update.
Steven: Yeah, no problem.
Courtney: Can I sit with her for a while, please?
Steven: Please do, and talk to her as though she can hear you. It can all only help.
Jax: You think that's -- that's a good idea? You know, given your ambivalence to what Rachel --
Courtney: Jax, Rachel was shot because she was an innocent bystander in the middle of a mob hit. That person in there on life support could just as easily be you or me.
Lorenzo: If you tie Jason Morgan to the Metro Court shootings, I'm not sure I'm going to be able to protect you.
Maria: Agent Marshall already knows I saw a man racing upstairs.
Lorenzo: But you didn't say who it was.
Maria: No, but she's getting --
Lorenzo: Maria, listen to me. You cover for Morgan. You go on record as saying you couldn't see the man's face.
Maria: Agent marshal knows I did.
Lorenzo: Have you signed a sworn statement? Have you said anything on tape?
Lorenzo: Marshall's got nothing.
Maria: Uh-uh. No, I don't like this, Lorenzo.
Lorenzo: Maria --
Lorenzo: Listen to me. Those men deserved to die. You do not. But if it comes down to eliminating you or letting his right-hand man go to prison, believe me, Corinthos -- I know what he's going to do. Now, I will try to protect you, and I may or may not succeed, but a war will break out that nobody wants. Diego could even be brought into this. I know you don't want that.
Jason: I got nothing to say without my attorney.
Reese: I didn't bring you in for questioning. You're about to be identified by an eyewitness who saw you rushing to the scene of the Sandoval hit just moments before the shooting began.
Carly: Hi. I need to speak to Jason.
Sam: He's at the PCPD.
Carly: For questioning?
Sam: I think so. Agent Marshall sent a couple cops down here to pick him up. He didn't seem to think it was a big deal, so --
Carly: So what if he's wrong? What if there's evidence linking him to the Sandoval shootings?
Sam: He's been through this a hundred times, Carly. There is no way he's going to incriminate himself.
Carly: Okay, you know what? You are not getting this, all right? The cops, the F.B.I. -- they've been combing every single inch of the Metro Court. They are questioning anybody who's come within a 10-mile radius of the place. If they've dug up new evidence, they're going to send Jason to prison for murder.
Sam: He can handle this, Carly.
Carly: Okay, you want to sit back? You want to wait? You want to do nothing? You be my guest. Okay, what I've learned is when you sit back and you hope for the best, the exact opposite happens.
Sam: Oh, what are you going to do?
Carly: I'm going down to the police station and I'm going to get Jason released.
Sam: Jason knows more about dealing with the police than you do. The last thing he needs is for you to show up down there making trouble for him.
Carly: Okay, let me tell you something. Jason and I have been to hell and back. I have been his friend longer than you -- before you came along. I will still be his friend whether or not --
Sam: Oh, God, you know what? No, no, no, no, no!
Carly: You decide to stay here or not! Don't you tell me what I can and cannot do for Jason.
Sam: You want to rant and rave, I don't care, do it all you want, call me every name in the book, but do not go down there and cause trouble for him.
Carly: Let me tell you something. I've learned to trust my instincts, and right now they are telling me Jason is walking into a trap.
Tracy: I gotcha.
Dillon: "Gotcha"? What do you -- what, Mom? What do you want?
Tracy: Well, Georgieís shift ends in half an hour, and clearly, you're so excited about seeing her you've decided to wait here for the last 30 minutes.
Dillon: I'm not here to see Georgie, okay?
Tracy: Oh, you're not? Why are you here?
Dillon: Because there's -- I just want --
Tracy: Save yourself. You're a dreadful liar.
Dillon: Okay, well, is there a point coming, please?
Tracy: Well, if you continue to deny that you're here to see Georgie, why don't we both wait in the lounge together? Then when she emerges from her shift, we can wave bye-bye together.
Dillon: Yeah, bad idea.
Tracy: Okay. How about I accompany you and your little candy striper, and then I can report to Mac that you are secretly seeing her, despite the fact that you are forbidden to do so.
Dillon: Please, for me, cut to the chase. What do you want from me?
Tracy: You are an extraordinary son in so many ways.
Dillon: Oh -- oh --
Tracy: But I can't help but be a little disappointed over your relentless sense of honesty.
Dillon: Gee, I'll have to work on that.
Tracy: I told you to keep your mouth shut about Alanís little adventure in hit-and-run driving. But for some reason, you have a problem with that.
Dillon: You know why I have a problem with that? Because he was driving drunk.
Tracy: It was an accident. And for some reason, you and Alan think it's wrong to cover it up. So here's the deal. You keep your mouth shut about Alanís little transgression, and I keep my mouth shut about your little relationship with Georgie. And I send in a sizable check to the expensive film school for your room, board, and first-semester tuition. It is a simple understanding. Everybody wins. Agreed?
Jax: When you were involved with Rachel, did she ever mention Courtney?
Steven: No, not that I recall.
Jax: Doesn't that strike you as odd, since they were so close as teens?
Steven: Maybe, but -- I mean, one thing about Rachel is she's not exactly what you'd call predictable.
Jax: Oh, how do you mean?
Steven: I made some bad choices when Rachel and I were residents together. She had very legitimate reasons to be angry, but she didn't seem to harbor any resentment and we seemed to part as friends.
Jax: "Seemed to"?
Steven: Well, I didn't hear from her for years, and then we meet again here.
Jax: Was she friendly?
Steven: Well, on the surface. But underneath -- underneath, she seemed resentful and angry. And I didn't know what to make of it. I tried to apologize, but the thing about Rachel is she seems to feel that I owe her something. And Courtney seems to feel the same way.
Courtney: Of all the people you could have sat next to on that plane to Bermuda, why me?
Rachel: The world will know that you killed your ex-husband and then confessed to the stranger sitting next to you on flight 17-A from the Bahamas to Miami.
Courtney: It'll be your word against mine.
Rachel: You had motive. Your fingerprints are on the murder weapon. Who do you think the police are going to believe?
Courtney: I mean, you thought out every detail so that I wouldn't tell Jax you're a killer. You poisoned Jax somehow.
Rachel: That's right, I did. And I need you to know that I can do this any time I like.
Courtney: I am so tired of being afraid of you, Rachel. I am so tired of living in dread. I am just so tired. Oh, God. There's no way out.
Jax: No way out of what?
Carly: Excuse me. I need to see D.A. Lansing, please.
Officer: Well, he's not available.
Carly: Well, Commissioner Scorpio, then.
Officer: Look, why don't we start by telling me what this is all about.
Carly: Look, Agent Marshall is questioning Jason Morgan without an attorney. It is a direct violation of his constitutional --
Lorenzo: Excuse us, please. There's been a misunderstanding.
Carly: Yeah, the misunderstanding is that Reese --
Lorenzo: Carly, if you go barging in there, you're going to make Jason look guilty. Just let them go on with the lineup. Don't make a --
Carly: He's in a lineup?
Reese: Take your time. Look at their faces, their heights, their builds. Is the man who ran past you in the stairwell standing in that line?
Maria: It's hard to tell.
Reese: They can't see you, Maria. They're looking at a mirror. Turn right. Now, take a good, long look. Is the man you saw standing in that line?
Tracy: Sweetheart, this is where you say, "of course, Mom, I'll do as you ask."
Dillon: You've got this covered from every angle, don't you? Squeezing Alan to keep him from confessing, you're blackmailing me to keep up his lie.
Tracy: "Blackmail" is a very ugly word.
Dillon: Don't do it. Just don't do it, mom.
Tracy: But everybody benefits. Take you, for example. You get to continue your relationship with Georgie until you head off to that ridiculously expensive film school.
Tracy: Or howling protests and possible arrest from the outraged father, a media class at pccc -- Port Charles Community College -- and if you're very, very lucky, an internship at the local television station -- wa-hoo.
Dillon: Wow, that's really thorough. You're holding my romantic and artistic futures hostage.
Tracy: Anything worth doing is worth doing right. And you will thank me, because it's for your own good, even though you and Alan can't see that.
Dillon: You know what Alan and I see? Alan and I see that you're protecting your position at E.L.Q.
Tracy: Hmm. Well, E.L.Q. is where I make my money, and my money is how you go to film school, and on and on and on.
Dillon: And on and on, and the end justifies the means. Didn't a fascist say that, Mother?
Tracy: It's springtime, sweetheart. Flowers are blooming. Love is in the air. What a hideous time for Georgie to be placed under house arrest. And it's far too late in the school year for you to reapply to cheap film schools.
Dillon: I don't suppose at any point your conscience could maybe kick in? No?
Tracy: This is my conscience. And it will not rest until I have saved you from your worst impulses.
Dillon: Why, oh, why is honesty a worst impulse?
Tracy: Because it complicates life, and yours is complicated enough already, which is why I've chosen to step in and ensure that you will not breathe a word about Alanís incident to anyone.
Dillon: You know, sometimes I really wish that you would just do the right thing instead of whatever gives you the most leverage.
Tracy: You will thank me one day.
Dillon: Doubt it.
Tracy: The leverage you help me build today will benefit you tomorrow. Look at me. Have fun with Georgie.
Emily: So, what was that all about?
Dillon: Well, I can't talk about it because I've been sworn to secrecy for the rest of my life. And if there's an afterlife, probably that, too.
Emily: It's horrible keeping secrets, isn't it? It's like a dull ache that won't go away.
Elizabeth: Emily is hurting so much. I honestly thought I could help her, but everything I do just seems to push her farther away.
Lucky: Yeah, she's angry. Any offers of help feel like pressure.
Elizabeth: Well, do you think I tried too hard?
Lucky: No. Emily has to know your intentions are good.
Elizabeth: She said I act like I have all the answers, and she resents that. I'm just trying to give her the benefit of my own experience. But who knows? I mean, maybe if I had a friend who was telling me how I should feel and what I should have done after I was raped, I would have been resentful, too.
Lucky: Be patient.
Elizabeth: I'm trying.
Lucky: Think about your own recovery. What was the one thing that helped you the most?
Elizabeth: You. I couldn't have made it without you, Lucky. When I needed to vent, you listened. When I needed to be quiet, you were quiet, too. When I was afraid to sleep alone in the dark, you slept on the floor in my bedroom. You made me laugh. You let me cry. How did you manage to do everything just right?
Lucky: I fell in love with you.
Reese: Turn to the front again. Number two, step forward.
Lorenzo: Leave before Agent Marshall knows you're here.
Carly: Uh-uh, forget it. She's going to drag him down and she's going to throw him in --
Lorenzo: Look, if Jason's arrested, you're going to have plenty of time to arrange a legal defense.
Carly: Why should he have to sit in lockup all night long? Just because she decided to --
Lorenzo: Carly, if Maria stays quiet, Jason's going to walk out of here. If you go in there breathing fire, it's going to make Jason look guilty and they're going to think you're trying to hide it.
Reese: Number three, step forward. Have you seen this man before?
Maria: In the papers and once in the park.
Reese: Look carefully, Ms. Sanchez. Is this the man who ran past you on the stairwell moments before the Sandoval shootings?
Carly: Why are you trying so hard to keep me out of this?
Lorenzo: Carly, I know you want to help, but this isn't the way to do it.
Carly: Oh, because you care so much about Jason.
Lorenzo: I care about you, and I don't want you regretting your actions or blaming yourself inadvertently making things worse. If you really want to help, Carly, the best thing you could do is leave right now.
Carly: You know patience is not my strong suit, but I will go, this time.
Lorenzo: Good. We'll go together.
Reese: Thank you. You're free to go. Thank you. We're not finished yet.
Jason: I got nothing to say.
Reese: Then you'll love this, because all you have to do is listen. You're Sonny's most trusted confidant. Why didn't you convince him to get out of the business? You loved Michael. Why didn't you honor him by stopping the violence, Jason? It's only a matter of time before the F.B.I. catches up with Sonny. And you had it in your power to save Sonny's life and your own. It's too late now.
Jason: Am I free to go?
Reese: Get out of here.
Emily: You don't seem comfortable with the secret you're keeping.
Dillon: Yeah, well, when my mom asks for something, she doesn't ask, she twists your arm until you're begging for mercy.
Emily: Oh, Dillon, I'm so sorry.
Dillon: Well, so am I. But more than that, I'm just -- I'm fed up with it. I helped Luke break Faith out of prison because I figured, hey, what's the harm? Not a big deal. It's a fun little caper. I get to thumb my nose at authority. And then, oops, Faith kills Michael Corinthos. Apparently, she's crazy and dangerous, and I never stopped to think about that, none of us stopped to think about that, because we were too busy getting away with it. And maybe that's not such a good thing, I realize. Maybe you're not always supposed to get away with it. Maybe sometimes you just have to stop and face what you did.
Emily: Listen, Dillon, what happened to Michael was unspeakable --
Dillon: Please, please --
Emily: But it's not your fault.
Dillon: Please, Emily, don't let me off the hook. I need you not to let me off the hook, because I knew what I was doing, I knew it was wrong, and I did it anyway and swore, you know, never again, and here I am --
Emily: Here you are, okay, doing what?
Dillon: Your father got drunk and slammed into Ric and Alexis' car at Inspiration Point, didn't call the police, didn't stop to check if anyone was okay, and my mom made me cover up the evidence by pushing that car over a cliff.
Lucky: Falling in love with you was the easiest, most natural thing I've ever done. All I wanted to do was be with you.
Elizabeth: You remember the plans we made? We were going to move to New York. I was going to get into art school. You were going to figure out a way to support us. We were going to live in a loft in the village -- or a basement apartment -- it didn't really matter, as long as we were together.
Lucky: Yeah, we were soul mates, best friends, lovers.
Elizabeth: We were going to spend the rest of our lives together. God, I was so happy.
Lucky: Me, too. You know, sometimes I wish I could just roll back the clock and erase the last few years just to be with you all over again.
Elizabeth: Me, too. Except for Cam. I would never -- I will never regret the years that gave me my baby. But sometimes I still feel like there's a piece of me missing, like I'm searching for something that's just out of reach.
Lucky: When we were together, there was nothing out of reach.
Elizabeth: It was almost perfect, wasn't it?
Lucky: You know, we keep saying "was." But it doesn't feel like it's over to me.
Elizabeth: It doesn't to me, either.
Carly: Oh, thank God you've been released. Jason?
Jason: Well, how did you know I was at the police station?
Carly: Sam told me. She told me to stay away, but you know me, right?
Jason: I didn't see you down there.
Carly: Well, I was about to go storming into Macís office and talk about your constitu-- you know, I heard you were in a lineup. And I thought you were going to get arrested. I was about to go ballistic, and then Lorenzo convinced me it wouldn't be a good idea.
Lorenzo: I just persuaded Carly that making a scene at the station wasn't in your best interests.
Carly: What happened?
Jason: The witness didn't I.D. me.
Carly: You know that the witness is Maria Sanchez. It's Diegoís mother.
Jason: That's why you were there?
Lorenzo: I told Maria that you and Sonny would leave her alone if she stayed silent.
Jason: You're right, we will. I'm going to head home. Thank you for coming down, but next time --
Carly: Donít. Yeah, I know.
Carly: See you. Thanks.
Lorenzo: Hmm. I understand your devotion to Sonny. He's the father of your son. You'll always be connected. Why Jason?
Carly: I've known him forever.
Lorenzo: No, it's more than that. I got the impression that you'd lay down your life for him. Why is that, Carly?
Courtney: I'm just on overload right now, Jax. You know? I mean, the kidnapping, Michaelís death, and the shooting, and now Rachel, I'm just --
Jax: You said that you wanted Rachel out of your life, and now you're crying by her bedside.
Courtney: I didn't mean to break down. I just --
Jax: You said "no way out." No way out of what, Courtney? The toxic friendship that you're too afraid to end?
Courtney: She's not my friend, Jax. Okay, she's a total stranger that I met on my flight back from seeing A.J.
Jax: Wow. Well, I knew there was something strange about your relationship.
Courtney: It was all invented, okay?
Jax: What about the stories of your teen years?
Courtney: She just -- she researched my past somehow. She got all the details right, but she wasn't there.
Jax: You have lied to me for weeks. What power does Rachel have over you?
Courtney: She -- God, Jax, I'm sorry. I just --
Emily: You came crawling back to the Quartermaines after years abroad without a dime in your pocket or a friend to your name. I used to feel sorry for you, Tracy, a lonely reject whom everyone else avoided.
Tracy: Is this heading someplace?
Emily: Yeah, I finally have come to understand why everyone despises you, Tracy. You give new meaning to the expression "a creature only a mother could love."
Tracy: Alan and Monica know that you're wandering the halls indulging in histrionics?
Emily: Look, listen to me. Lila loved you, in spite of the fact that you're a poisonous reptile, because she was the kindest, most forgiving person in the entire world. But unfortunately for all of us, Grandmother is gone, so there's no one to act as a buffer between you and the rest of the family.
Tracy: You're tiresome, Emily. Get to the point.
Emily: Stop blackmailing Dillon to cover up the hit-and-run.
Tracy: Excuse me?
Emily: Because if you don't, I'm going to have you kicked out of this family, and you know I can do it.
Tracy: You overestimate yourself.
Emily: Try me, Tracy. You leave Dillon alone or you're going to come home to find your luggage in the front hall, and when you come begging back, we're going to slam the door in your scheming face.
Elizabeth: I fell in love with you before you even noticed me, and I stayed in love after you lost your feelings for me.
Lucky: Well, I never lost my love for you. It just was misplaced.
Elizabeth: It's okay, and I'm not blaming you. I know you went through a terrible time.
Lucky: If I had those years to live all over again, nothing would stop me from being with you.
Reese: For aiding and abetting and obstruction of justice.
Maria: I told you I saw a man racing by me. I didn't get a good look at his face.
Maria: Why can't you accept that, Agent Marshall? Are you trying to do your job, or is this some sort of personal vendetta?
Reese: You don't know what you're talking about.
Maria: If you're under the influence of a mobster, I know exactly what it's like.
Carly: You know my history with Jason. He's my best friend. He was the father of my child for a year.
Lorenzo: Well, you just seem to have some devotion to him.
Carly: You know, we've just been through thick and thin, Lorenzo. He has -- he has stood by me through everything. He has been there when my whole world was falling apart. He saved me from self-destruction more times than I can count, and I -- I don't know. You don't have to understand it. It's just -- I love him. I love him more than I probably have ever loved anyone in my life, besides my children, and I just always will. It's kind of --
Lorenzo: You know, the truth is I guess I'm just envious. I just wish you felt that way about me.
Lucky: I love you.
Elizabeth: I love you, too. You know, I had gotten pretty used to pretending like I didn't. You know, we were just friends, and now all of a sudden I don't have to. I can just love you.
Lucky: You sound happy.
Elizabeth: Because I am.
Lucky: Me, too. Perfectly, blissfully happy.
Carly: You sure you want to have a drink with me? Thank you.
Lorenzo: You're welcome. Why wouldn't I?
Carly: I don't know. I just told you how much I love Jason. I wasn't sure it's exactly what you wanted to hear.
Lorenzo: Well, maybe I took that as a challenge.
Carly: Brave man.
Lorenzo: Brave or foolish. Only time will tell.
Lorenzo: Excuse me for a moment. Yes?
Maria: I took your advice and I said I didn't know anyone in the lineup.
Lorenzo: Well, you did the right thing.
Maria: Agent Marshall is suspicious. She's sure I knew Jason Morgan was the man who ran by me in the stairwell.
Lorenzo: It doesn't matter. Maria, you have nothing to fear. All right?
Carly: No problem. So has -- has Maria changed much since you used to be lovers?
Lorenzo: Well, that was years ago.
Carly: I know. It's just I was curious. You know, has -- does she look the same? I mean, give or take a few laugh lines?
Lorenzo: You mean, am I still attracted to her?
Carly: That's not what I'm asking.
Lorenzo: Then what are you asking?
Carly: I'm just -- I'm just saying, you know, she's pretty. She's got a nice figure, and I'm just curious if --
Lorenzo: And would I want to be her lover again?
Carly: You're putting words in my mouth.
Lorenzo: Sorry, my mistake.
Carly: But now that you brought it up, I mean, I'm just curious, and would you ever want to be her lover again?
Lorenzo: Would you mind if I did? Well, I'm happy to hear it.
Carly: I didn't say anything.
Lorenzo: You have no competition at the moment.
Carly: "At the moment"?
Sam: You know, I love dancing with you.
Singer: Do I need to be invisible to just survive forever?
Sam: Oh, no! I planned this perfectly romantic dinner, Jason. It's going to get ruined. Ah! Okay, I got it, I got it, I got it.
Jason: Put it down.
Singer: And you leave me wondering, baby it's just you and me you got thing I can't shake maybe it's a little hard sometimes to take but I'll tell you something it's a life worth living just so you know I would get up
Jax: Courtney? Courtney!
Courtney: Jax, just let me go.
Jax: I love you, I love you so much, and there's nothing that you can say or do to make me stop.
Courtney: Jax, please, just --
Jax: Tell me -- tell me what happened on the plane from the Bahamas. What does Rachel know that she's holding over your head? That you killed A.J.?
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Courtney: How can you claim to love me and then accuse me of murder?
A.J.: I hope you like it here, Michael.
Michael: I'm not staying.
Alexis: You have to do whatever it takes to keep her safe.
Ric: Alexis is considering trying for sole custody.
Sonny: Are you trying to scare me or help me?
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