General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 4/5/05
Proofread by Kathy
Courtney: Nobody believes that I really killed A.J. I mean, even Mac thinks that I'm telling the truth. The press doesn't care. No, no, they're just trying to grab readers.
Jax: Just ignore it.
Courtney: I wish I could, Jax. I do. But, you know, they probably didn't even mention that I said Rachel's the real killer.
Jax: I called Justus to represent you.
Alan: Well, well, well, look who's here. Little girl out on the town with her rich boyfriend, and not a flicker of remorse for what you did to A.J.
Jax: All right, Alan, just back off, okay?
Carly: Yeah, because Courtney's not a killer.
[Caribbean music plays]
Rachel: I don't usually do this sort of thing with someone I just met.
A.J.: Oh, yeah? So what makes me the lucky one?
Rachel: I don't know. Call it chemistry, but I just felt an immediate connection to you, and I acted on it.
Steven: Were you ever going to tell me the truth?
Alexis: I wonder if after the temper tantrum he threw in front of Dr. Winters that she might be more open to the idea that he poses a threat to Kristina.
Ric: It's more important for you to prove to the psychiatrist and to the judge that you are capable of providing a stable and loving home for Kristina.
Alexis: I don't think that's the issue at hand here.
Ric: Everything is an issue at this point, Alexis. Every allegation you throw up against Sonny, he can and will throw it up against you.
Alexis: Do you think that I want to do this? I'm taking no pleasure out of this. I'm just trying to protect Kristina.
Ric: You have to be able to prove that Sonny has become a threat to Kristina. You have no solid evidence to support it.
Alexis: You know that I'm doing this because I have to. I will try anything that I can do at this point. And I know that you disagree with it, but it doesn't help me to undermine me every five minutes.
Alexis: Why don't we just get this over with?
Sonny: Not -- wait -- not yet. Apparently, the judge is in the chambers with an important witness.
Alexis: Who else besides the two of us would have anything to say about this?
Steven: How'd this happen, Rachel? You had brains, beauty -- your whole life ahead of you. And no matter how bitter or angry you were, I just can't imagine that you would murder somebody. And I can't imagine that you would arrange to have me murdered, too. How did it come to this?
[Caribbean music plays]
Rachel: It's almost like we were destined to meet.
A.J.: Ahem. Kismet.
Rachel: I mean, how else would you explain it? I mean, the two of us ending up alone together in the Bahamas, the exact same point in our lives where we'd meet each other.
A.J.: Rachel, you are a beautiful woman. Why haven't you been swept off your feet by now?
Steven: Did you do all of this because you fell in love with me? And because I wouldn't return your feelings? But if we go back, Rachel -- if we go back to before things went wrong, we could try again. But I can't do it alone. I canít. And so I need you to wake up. I need you to wake up, and I need you to talk to me.
Carly: Oh, you are such a phony, coming in here, attacking Courtney, acting like you were a devoted father and you lost a cherished son.
Alan: What are you talking about? I'm the only Quartermaine who ever stood up for him. I loved my son.
Carly: Oh, my God, I was there, Alan. Don't you remember? I watched the way you constantly put A.J. down.
Alan: You were where?
Carly: I was in the house.
Alan: That never happened! It never happened! Of course A.J. made mistakes. We all do.
Carly: Oh, isn't that a convenient out?
Alan: I loved my son, Carly, in the same way that you're going to love Morgan, even if he turns out to be like Sonny or his murderous aunt. You -- you hated A.J.
Courtney: Alan, I did not kill him.
Alan: You tell that to the judge and jury.
Jax: Look, Courtney had every reason to want A.J. dead, but she didn't do it.
Alan: Well, the police have evidence. They've got her fingerprints on a murder weapon. You're going to prison, little girl, and neither Jax nor Carly nor Sonny are going to be able to stop it.
Jax: Don't listen to him.
Carly: No, donít. Has Rachel come out of her coma again?
Jax: No. And the doctors aren't sure if she ever will.
Courtney: You guys, if she doesn't wake up, this thing could go to trial.
Carly: No, we're not letting that happen.
Jax: Hey, if you're suggesting that she should go to Sonny for help, forget it.
Carly: No, I'm not suggesting she go to Sonny. He's got enough issues to deal with on his own. Alexis is going after him again.
Courtney: Not again?
Carly: Yes, again. As if it weren't enough that we lost Michael.
Michael: Driving the boat is so cool.
A.J.: Yeah. It goes pretty fast, doesn't it?
Michael: Yeah. Even faster than Dad's.
A.J.: Yeah, well -- you know, we could take it out later if you want. Cruise the harbor, watch the sailing ships.
A.J.: Yeah. You hungry, huh? I got some subs in the fridge. What do you say?
Michael: Yeah, that'll work.
A.J.: Okay. I'll be right back.
Michael's voice: "Dear Mom, Dad's mad at me. I talked to him on the phone, and he said he didn't want to see me again. Please write and tell me what happened. Why did you and Dad stop loving me? I haven't stopped loving you. Michael."
A.J.: Lunch is ready.
Michael: Oh, okay. Let me just finish this level on the video game.
A.J.: What are you doing? You're killing me. I'm starving. Come on, let's eat out here.
John: Hey, guys.
Brook Lynn: Hi.
John: Nice work.
John: I just came by to say thanks for your efforts in honor of my grandson.
Brook Lynn: Well, Michael was a wonderful boy, so --
Georgie: We wanted to do just something to help the park that was -- that was there to memorialize him.
Dillon: It's trash. You know, we're picking up trash. It's not much, but we're contributing, so --
John: No, no, absolutely. It's something, and good for you. You know, people say that kids today don't care about anybody but themselves. It's young men and women like you that prove everybody wrong. I'm very proud of you. And on behalf of Michael, thank you.
Brook Lynn: Well, at least something good happened out of Michaelís death.
Ofc. Murphy: Diego Sanchez?
Officer: Is this yours?
Diego: Yeah, why? What's that?
Ofc. Murphy: Smells like marijuana. You're under arrest for possession with the intent to distribute.
Reese: The judge called me in to testify about my investigation of the Sandoval hit.
Alexis: I assume you told him that Sonny was a suspect.
Reese: I told him that there is no evidence linking Sonny to the shootings.
Alexis: But Sonny is the subject of an ongoing investigation.
Reese: I also told the judge that he had been questioned, as had dozens of other people, that Sonny has an alibi, and there is no evidence whatsoever linking him to the shootings.
Man: Mr. Corinthos, Ms. Davis, come in. The judge wants to speak to you prior to the psychiatrist's interview.
Ric: You protected Sonny.
Reese: I told the truth.
Jax: Hey, Alan's going to do everything he can to railroad Courtney.
Carly: Why, because it's "guilty until proven innocent"?
Jax: Well, unfortunately, there's no evidence that Rachel set up Courtney. I mean, Mac believes it, but the story's so outlandish.
Courtney: Well, a jury could think that I made it up to save my own life. A person can be amazingly creative when they're being accused of murder. The truth is, guys, I had motive, means, and opportunity. And that, combined with a murder weapon, makes for a virtually airtight case.
Jax: Justus, thanks for coming so quickly.
Justus: Okay, I just got back from the PCPD.
Jax: Any news?
Justus: Unfortunately, there isn't a shred of evidence to suggest that Rachel was blackmailing you.
Steven: That hand movement was just an involuntary reaction. But if you can hear me, Rachel -- right. If you can hear me, I want you to go back to the beginning, when we met. Go back to the beginning and think of the fun we used to have. When we used to go out. There was art-house movies. And those long walks that we used to take late at night after we had done our shifts.
Nurse: Doctor? A patient needs your immediate attention.
Steven: All right.
Rachel: I was involved with someone. And I loved him, and I thought he loved me, but it ended badly.
[Caribbean music plays]
A.J.: Well, then I guess it is kismet that our paths crossed.
Rachel: I can't joke about this. I mean, I haven't trusted a man in so long, you know. Of course I don't know what it is about you, but I just -- I feel like we've known each other our whole lives. It just -- it scares me a little, because -- I don't know -- everything just -- everything that happened with Steven --
A.J.: This guy really hurt you, didn't he?
Rachel: Yes, he did. I don't know if I'm ever going to be able to forgive him.
Diego: That's not mine! I have no idea how it got in my backpack.
Ofc. Murphy: Come on, man, you can do better than that.
Brook Lynn: No, he's telling the truth, okay? Diego doesn't do drugs.
Officer: And I bet he has a Boy Scout badge to prove it.
Dillon: What -- why are you singling him out? Because he's Hispanic, or what?
Ofc. Murphy: You trying to play the race card on me?
Diego: Look, somebody must have planted that stuff in my bag, okay?
Ofc. Murphy: Why would somebody do that, Diego?
Diego: I don't know! That's for you guys to figure out.
Dillon: Who told you that he has drugs in his bag? Why don't you be grilling that person right now?
Ofc. Murphy: He's the one with enough marijuana to sell to a dozen kids at the playground.
Brook Lynn: Look, Diego would never do that, all right? Sir, look, I'm his girlfriend. I would know.
Ofc. Murphy: And you'd say anything to get him out of this. Let's go, Diego. Come on.
Brook Lynn: No, please -- please, stop.
Diego: Brook Lynn, stop. You're going to get yourself into trouble.
Ofc. Murphy: Maybe you don't know your boyfriend as well as you think.
Louise: Don't say what you think I want to hear. There are no right or wrong answers. Just respond honestly.
Alexis: I appreciate that, thank you. Dr. Winters, I have reason to believe that unsupervised contact with Sonny could be dangerous to our daughter. When the Court ordered that he get unlimited visitation, however, I complied.
Louise: I'm aware of this, Ms. Davis.
Alexis: I'm assuming that you're also aware that our children were kidnapped from his home and that his oldest son was murdered. He's also a suspect in ordering the killings at the Metro Court hotel. He continued his violence directly after his son was murdered. He professes to love his children, and he may indeed love them. But knowingly or unknowingly, he puts their lives at risk every day.
Louise: Let's talk about you, shall we?
Alexis: Okay. I have a successful practice. I'm an attorney. I'm a good mother. I'm a loving mother. However, I'm imperfect. There are extenuating circumstances.
Louise: I'd like to hear about those.
Alexis' voice: We argued. He attacked me. There was a knife on the floor. I grabbed it. He charged at me, and he ran into the knife. It was self-defense, and I was exonerated in court.
Louise: And you were ordered to undergo extensive psychiatric therapy.
Alexis: Correct, which I completed.
Louise: Let's talk about the time you kidnapped your daughter.
Alexis: Dr. Winters, if I may interject -- I believe that Sonny is emotionally unstable, and he has never received professional help. He's had several nervous breakdowns; he's had violent and destructive episodes. You can ask him about them. And his wife and his friend have managed to -- to cover them up and keep them a secret to the rest of the world.
Sonny: I'm sorry -- the assistant said it was, you know, time.
Louise: Come in. Ms. Davis and I ran a little over.
Alexis: Thank you, Dr. Winters.
Sonny: Uh -- right there? All right.
Louise: Ms. Davis thinks you're dangerous.
Sonny: She's right.
Sonny: I'm devoted to my children. I would do anything for my family. So when Alexis kept Kristina away from me, I fought her with every legal means possible. So if -- if you want to call that dangerous, you can.
Louise: So Ms. Davis' fears are unfounded?
Sonny: Well, you know what? I'm a -- I'm a businessman. I'm a coffee importer.
Louise: And yet, bombs have gone off in your cars, your home, and your children have been kidnapped.
Sonny: The kidnapper, Faith Rosco, was trying to get back at Alexis and her husband, Ric, as well as me, so I guess we were all to blame, or none of us were.
Louise: Let's talk about you and Ms. Davis.
Sonny: Alexis was my lawyer for a long time. We became friends. We started flirting when I became estranged from my wife. And one night, in my apartment, we started flirting, and then, you know, that turned into sex. Ahem -- things happened. And -- um -- I never slept with her again. As a result, Alexis got pregnant with Kristina.
Louise: And she didn't tell you you were the father?
Sonny: She -- she kept it secret from me for three years. Now, she claims it was to protect Kristina. Maybe it was. Maybe she was bitter because I got back with my wife, and she wanted to, you know, get back at me. I don't know the reason. I will say this, though. What she did was wrong. What she's doing now is wrong. I would do anything for my children. I -- I would lay down my life for my children.
Louise: The question is, Mr. Corinthos, are they laying down their lives when they're with you?
John: Ms. Sanchez --
John: Hi, John Durant.
Maria: Hi. Hi.
John: I'm with the federal prosecutor's office. We're following up on the Sandoval shootings. Now, I understand that you couldn't make a positive I.D. at the PCPD.
Maria: No. I looked at the lineup, but I didn't recognize the man I saw in the stairwell.
John: Oh. You mean, Jason Morgan?
Maria: Oh, I -- I couldn't say.
John: Or wouldnít.
John: Oh, go ahead, answer it. They're calling from the station about your son.
Maria: How do you know that?
John: Just answer.
Maria: Hello? Yes, this is Diegoís mother.
Courtney: Hey. How's Rachel doing?
Steven: There's no change. She had an involuntary muscle reaction, but still no sign that she's going to come out of the coma. I've been talking to her. Been trying to engage her subconscious on some level and hoping it might give her the impetus to wake up.
Jax: Just do whatever it takes. You know, Courtney's freedom depends on it.
Steven: Look, even if Rachel wakes up, if she continues to claim that she never laid eyes on A.J., there'll be no way to prove that she killed him.
Michael: Hey, that's mine! Give it back!
Carly: Sonny? Are you already done?
Sonny: Yeah, we were -- we were each in there for about a half-hour with a psychiatrist.
Carly: So how did it go?
Sonny: Uh -- I don't know, you know? We'll see. Well, the judge is in there with the psychiatrist right now.
Man: The judge would like to speak with Mrs. Corinthos.
Carly: I'm Mrs. Corinthos. And I will be happy to answer any questions the judge has to ask me.
Jax: You believe Courtney, don't you?
Steven: At this point, I don't know what to believe.
Courtney: Steven, I'm telling the truth.
Steven: Maybe so. But I just can't get my head around the concept that Rachel actually killed A.J.
Courtney: Well, he's dead, and Rachel told me that she did it.
Steven: No, and, also, it's so far-fetched that she's been after me all this time?
Courtney: Well, Steven, she's furious at you.
Steven: I know, I know she is, but murder?
Courtney: She blames you for ruining her life.
Steven: Her life has completely turned around. She has everything in the world to look forward to.
Courtney: You're thinking logically here, Steven.
Steven: I am thinking about the twisted logic of a criminal. I deal with it every day in my forensics work, and Rachel does not fit it.
Courtney: Yeah, well, maybe you're too close to her to see it.
Steven: I talked to a guy we both used to know. He said that there was someone new in her life.
Jax: Well, you know, she could have made that up to cover up how hurt she was.
Steven: Look, she -- she might have put on a front with me, but this guy said that she was genuinely happy.
[Caribbean music plays]
Rachel: This is all just happening so fast.
A.J.: Why wait?
Rachel: It's just -- it's just hard for me after what happened with Steven. I --
A.J.: The guy who hurt you?
Rachel: Mm-hmm. I'm trying to get past it, but --
A.J.: Well, being with me is the best revenge.
A.J.: Michael, you don't have to hide that letter from me.
Michael: This is private! You can't read it!
A.J.: I won't! Listen, I think it's great that you're writing to your mom. Buddy, don't forget, I'm the one who tried to get them to talk to you. They owe you an explanation. Maybe a letter like this will do the trick.
Michael: My mom will write back to me.
A.J.: I'm sure she will. Let me get you some stamps, okay? You're going to need a lot of these to get all the way to Port Charles.
Maria: You knew I was getting that call. You had that marijuana planted in Diegoís backpack, didn't you?
John: No comment.
Maria: My son doesn't do drugs.
John: Ooh. With a father like Lorenzo Alcazar, that's going to be pretty hard to sell.
Maria: What do you want?
John: I think you already know. I want you to go to Agent marshal, tell her exactly what you saw the day of the shootings here at the Metro Court.
Maria: I already made my statement.
John: Now you're going to go back and you're going to tell her the truth.
Maria: Mr. Durant, I --
John: You're going to tell her that you saw Jason Morgan.
Maria: You're making assumptions.
John: Look, Ms. Sanchez, let's not play games here. I know you don't care what happens to you, but I bet you do care what happens to your son, right?
Maria: I'll find a way to get him exonerated.
John: Oh, "exonerate"? That's a big word. Well, let me tell you something. The police have evidence. Your son will be tried, he will be convicted, and Diego will go to prison.
Maria: Mr. Durant, God, he's just a boy. He has his whole future ahead of him. God, just -- please, drop the charges.
John: Oh, hey, nothing would make me happier than to make this go away. All you have to do is go to Agent marshal and I.D. Jason Morgan. Hmm?
Judge: You're divorcing Mr. Corinthos, but you have an equitable arrangement with respect to your son. You don't appear to have any of the fears Ms. Davis has expressed. Can you tell us why?
Carly: Sonny and I -- we've had our issues. We've disagreed, we fought, we've broken up, we've reconciled. But through all of it, Sonny has been a wonderful, wonderful father. He is very loving to his children, and he would do anything for them.
Judge: Did your personal issues affect the children?
Carly: Children are always affected by divorce, no matter how much you want to shield them. But Sonny and I have always tried to -- we always tried to come together on the issue of our kids.
Judge: To your knowledge, is Mr. Corinthos a good father to Kristina?
Carly: He's a wonderful father. He is wonderful. He is loving and supportive. And he's been very accommodating to Alexis.
Judge: Do you have any reason to believe that Mr. Corinthos is mentally or emotionally unstable?
Carly: No, Your Honor.
Judge: Do you have any reason to believe that your son or Kristina are in danger -- physical danger -- from Mr. Corinthos, his business, or his associates?
Carly: No, Your Honor.
Judge: The woman who murdered your son had a grudge against Mr. Corinthos.
Carly: The woman who murdered my son was insane. Michael was a 9-year-old little boy. And he was amazing. He loved Sonny, he respected him, he admired him. Sonny taught him to believe in himself. I know he's already a wonderful father to Morgan, as good as he ever was to Michael. And I just believe that he has the same right to be that kind of a father to Kristina.
A.J.: Thank you. I sent the letter.
Michael: Yeah, I saw.
A.J.: Listen, get dressed. I'm going to take you out for some fun.
A.J.: We're going to go across the bay, we're taking the boat, and you're driving.
Courtney: Come on, Jax, Stevenís right. There is no way we're going to prove that I didn't kill A.J.
Jax: Look --
Courtney: Oh, thanks.
Jax: Even if Rachel doesn't wake up, something will come through to prove that you're innocent.
Courtney: Huh. Is that your "don't give up hope" speech?
Jax: Why? It didn't work?
Courtney: Not really. But thanks for trying.
Jax: Well, there's not much we can do about it now, so why don't we put it out of our minds? Here you go.
Courtney: What do you suggest?
Jax: I don't know. How about an afternoon of wild, meaningless sex? Huh?
Courtney: Stupid --
Jax: Huh? It's better already. We'll pour some wine and watch a movie on TV, hmm?
Courtney: Well, why don't you back up to that first idea?
Courtney: Sex. Passionate, meaningful sex.
Courtney: With the man I adore.
Georgie: Dad, this is crazy. Diego did nothing wrong.
Mac: Then he has nothing to worry about.
Diego: Well, yeah, except that the cop specifically targeted him. There were four of us at that park. Why did they decide to search his backpack? Because he's not white?
Mac: Officer Murphy arrested Diego before. And the fact is he had drugs in his backpack.
Diego: Yeah, yeah, and if it was a kid like me from a rich, white family, every cop in here would be handling me with kid gloves. I'd call my lawyer, he'd come in here and say that I was framed, and I'd be out of here in an hour, tops, free and clear. You know that.
Mac: Don't push your luck, Dillon.
Diego: I'm just saying, you're assuming Diego did it. You're assuming that.
Mac: You know, right now, Georgie is off-limits to you. You keep this up, and I'll make that arrangement permanent.
Dillon: Okay, so -- so threatening me is easier than admitting the truth? That you -- you made up your mind about Diego before you even knew what was going on?
Mac: My job is to gather facts, and that's what I fully intend to do.
Dillon: Fine, fine. Then listen to Diegoís side of the story.
Georgie: And Dad is going to be fair, aren't you, Dad?
Brook Lynn: Diego, hey. I'm so sorry.
Ofc. Murphy: Excuse me.
Brook Lynn: We're going to figure everything out, I promise.
Diego: Yeah, I know. Ma, te juro que no tiene nada que ver! Yo no hice nada.
Maria: Te creo, no problemo.
Diego: Te lo juro.
Maria: No problemo. I -- I believe you, Diego. I know how to get you out of this.
Ric: Your Honor, since you gave Mrs. Corinthos the opportunity to speak, I would like to be given a chance to say a few words.
Judge: Fair enough, but please keep it brief, Mr. Lansing.
Ric: Yes, Your Honor, I'll try. Your Honor, these past few weeks, my wife has been in hell. I think it's difficult for any of us to imagine the horror of having a child kidnapped. I mean, every minute of every day, Alexis was in agony wondering whether Kristina were alive or dead, whether she were hurt, whether she were frightened, whether she was being deprived of food or water. The ordeal is over now, thank God. And Kristina is home, safe and well. But Alexis is now expecting her second child. Her body and her mind are geared towards bringing a new life into this world. She's already taking care of this child even now. That's all she wants, Your Honor. Just to take care of her children. She's not trying to deprive Kristina of her father or Sonny of his daughter. But, Your Honor, unless, and until, Mr. Corinthos stops dealing in violence, stops perpetrating it, Kristina is not safe with him.
Judge: Thank you, Mr. Lansing. I appreciate your comments. You and Mrs. Corinthos are dismissed.
Judge: I've reached my decision.
Jax: What are you thinking?
Courtney: I was just mulling over what Steven said.
Jax: About Rachel?
Courtney: Jax, it just doesn't add up, you know? I mean, she was madly in love with him, right? I mean, she put her career on the line to take the blame for that mistake they made in surgery.
Courtney: And then she just turns around and gets involved with someone else?
Jax: Maybe she was trying to move on.
Courtney: Well, then why would she still want revenge against Steven? It just -- I don't know -- it doesn't really make sense. None of it does. And why would a woman like Rachel, who has devoted herself to healing people, just turn around and kill a stranger?
Jax: She wanted to commit the perfect crime. Where are you going with this?
Courtney: Maybe he wasn't a stranger.
Jax: What -- what are you saying? That Rachel had met A.J. before?
Courtney: God, Jax, what -- what if A.J. was the man she was in a relationship with? What if it wasn't an accident that she was on that plane with me?
Rachel: You bastard. You have an entire file on me! My relationship with Steven -- everything!
A.J.: I wanted to understand you better.
Rachel: Why? What do you want with me?
A.J.: Actually, I think it's something we both want.
Rachel: You know what? Forget it. You are sick.
A.J.: Rachel -- Rachel, this guy -- this guy hurt you, okay? More than you can even admit. He didn't just leave you. He ruined your -- your career, your future, everything in it.
Rachel: And that's none of your business.
A.J.: You're angry. You want revenge.
A.J.: Yes, yes. I know. Because I want it, too. I want it, too. Look, we both have someone in our past who needs to pay for what they did to us.
Rachel: You know what? I'm leaving. I'm out of here.
A.J.: Listen -- hear me out first. Okay? I think I have a plan that you're going to like.
Diego: What do you mean, you can get me out of this?
Maria: Just leave it to me.
Diego: No, Mom, look, you've tried to protect me before and wound up hurting yourself.
Maria: No, I won't be hurt.
Diego: Okay, then tell me.
Maria: You -- you don't need to know the details.
Diego: No, forget it. Forget it. Whatever it is, I don't want you doing it!
Maria: No, Diego, you're going to prison unless I help, huh? Trust me.
Diego: Mom --
Brook Lynn: What was that all about? Diego -- no, talk to me. You look worried.
Diego: Well, yeah, but not for me, for my mom.
Maria: I would like you to arrange a meeting for me with Agent Marshall.
Michael: I never stopped loving you. Why did you and Dad stop loving me?
Carly: We haven't. Honey --
Reese: Carly? Are you all right?
Carly: I just -- I saw --
Reese: Your son? I used to see my little boy all the time.
Judge: Ms. Davis, I'm sympathetic to your concern for your daughter. As a parent myself, had one of my children been kidnapped, I would do anything to keep it from happening again. Mr. Corinthos, you've been hospitalized three times for gunshot wounds. Had cars, homes, warehouses exploded. And now, you've been questioned in connection with a multiple homicide. Now, I have to be honest. I wouldn't want a child anywhere near you. And I have to wonder why, if you love your children as much as you say you do, you don't find another line of work or give them up altogether. That said, the law is the law. And it is my duty to uphold it regardless of personal feelings. You are a very effective alleged criminal, Mr. Corinthos, because there is no evidence against you. Despite her best efforts, Ms. Davis has failed to prove that Kristina's situation has changed in any substantial way since the first custody hearing. Therefore, Ms. Davis, despite my personal misgivings, I am denying your petition. The existing custody agreement stands. However, should any proof come to light regarding Mr. Corinthos' alleged criminal activity, I will gladly grant a new hearing.
Alexis: Thank you, Your Honor.
Sonny: Thank you.
Alexis: How does it feel knowing that you have the legal right to put Kristina in danger?
Sonny: I don't know what you expect me to do. You keep pushing and pushing and pushing. One day you're going to push me so much, I'm going to take Kristina away from you, no matter what I have to do.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Alexis: I'm going to see a therapist.
Ric: What's the sudden urgency for all the therapy?
Jax: What do you think would make Rachel want to kill A.J.?
Courtney: Maybe A.J. dumped her.
Diego: That stuff was planted.
Lorenzo: The charges will be dropped very soon.
John: Don't be so sure.
Jason: Are you ready to take a trip?
Carly: You had a son?
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