General Hospital Transcript Thursday 6/2/05
Proofread by Brian
Tracy: Morning, lover. You know, I always figured that Luke Spencer would be good in bed. But you are -- you were magnificent.
Coleman: You weren't half bad yourself, baby.
Luke: Bonjour, bonjour, mon petit lovebirds. Did we work up a big, healthy appetite?
Reese: Wait a minute. Do my eyes deceive me, or is Ric Lansing not wearing a business suit?
Ric: It's one of the perks of no longer being the D.A.
Reese: Hmm. Yeah, I should probably dust off my own plainclothes.
Ric: I don't think you need to worry about it. Maybe no news is good news.
Reese: Oh, no. Not when Durant is involved.
Reese: No, I think he's torturing me. You know, lulling me into a false sense of security right before he either has me fired or forces me to resign. Oh, well.
Reese: We move on, don't we?
Ric: That's the idea.
Reese: So what are you going to do? You going to go back to Manhattan, work for your old law firm?
Ric: No, I'm -- I'm going to stay in Port Charles.
Ric: Yeah, I figured, you know, even though Alexis and I aren't together, I should be around when the baby's born.
Reese: That's great, Ric. Really. I'm -- I'm thinking about opening up my own law practice.
Reese: I could use a partner, if you're interested?
Ric: Do you think that's really wise, considering everything that happened between us?
Alexis: Ooh -- awkward moment. But don't let me stop you, go ahead. What exactly happened between the two of you?
Courtney: Ok, look, I'm trying really hard not to panic here, but my wedding bouquet hasn't arrived yet, and I'm starting to -- well, I'm starting to panic.
[Knock on door]
Courtney: Oh -- never mind.
Carly: Can I come in?
Courtney: Depends why.
Carly: I know you're furious with me, for good reason. I -- I know I can never seem to leave a thing well enough alone.
Courtney: Is that an apology?
Carly: Whatever it takes. You're my best friend, Courtney. I won't let you get married without me -- no matter who the groom happens to be.
Courtney: Ok. I get it, right? It's your last chance to double-team me against marrying Jax? No, it's not going to happen. Don't waste your breath.
Sam: Does it make you feel kind of weird being here where Courtney’s going to get married?
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Felicia: There you go. How's that?
Maxie: Nothing was wrong in the first place. You don't have to fuss over me.
Felicia: I'm your mom. It's my right.
Georgie: Do you need anything?
Maxie: Oh, no, no. Don't you start, too, because I will call security and have both you guys tossed out.
Felicia: You know something?
Monica: Yes. Basically, Maxie, your heart isn't getting enough oxygen. And the reason you collapsed on the Haunted Star was you had a heart attack.
Maxie: A heart attack? Wait, wouldn't I have felt that?
Monica: Not necessarily. You could be having one right now, and that's why we don't have any time to waste.
Tracy: Luke Spencer, you're vile. Give me that! You're twisted!
Luke: Thank you.
Tracy: You know what? Getting me drunk, married, and into bed was -- was unconscionable enough.
Luke: I thought it was your idea.
Tracy: But throwing me to the mercy of that? Well, that's -- that's unspeakable. It's vile! It is all-out treachery!
Luke: Treachery is right. We've been married less than two weeks, and already you're cheating on me? Shame, shame, shame on you, Tracy. Would you like to try the Monte Cristo? They say it's --
Tracy: You shut up and listen to me, and you listen well. This nasty little trick isn't going to get you what you want because I'm not going to give you a divorce, and I'm not going to give you -- ugh -- one red cent.
Luke: You cheated.
Tracy: I'll deny it. And who do you think the judge is going to believe? The upstanding member of a prominent family, or the two spit-poor losers out to make a fast buck?
Luke: Really? Try it. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. That one's going to cost you 15 million bucks, you insatiable, adulterous trollop.
Ric: Reese and I put everything on the line when we stood up and defended Sonny in court.
Reese: That's right.
Ric: You know, it has a way of bonding you, oddly.
Reese: Misery loves company.
Ric: Right. I wouldn't get too used to it, though. It's not going to become a trend. We just need time to regroup.
Reese: And to that end, I've got some work to do, so Alexis.
Ric: It's odd not knowing what to say to you.
Alexis: Well, maybe we'll get used to that -- you know, the awkwardness, the strain. Maybe we'll just even get over it.
Ric: So how are you?
Alexis: I just -- I just saw Dr. Meadows, the baby's fine.
Ric: Well, I'm glad, but I asked how you were.
Alexis: Great. Have you seen Judge Weiss?
Ric: Not yet.
Alexis: Ok. You know, I thought it would be better if we get the divorce petition signed by a friend. That way, we'd just keep the whole thing out of court. Ah, there he is right now.
Judge Weiss: Hi.
Alexis: How are you?
Judge Weiss: Nice to see you.
Alexis: Nice to see you again.
Judge Weiss: You look great.
Alexis: Thank you.
Judge Weiss: Hi, Ric. How are you?
Ric: All right, all right.
Judge Weiss: Well, I can't say I was happy to hear from you. I would have put money on the two of you making it.
Alexis: Well, yeah, Ric and I --
Ric: Just -- yeah.
Alexis: How about we -- yeah -- grab a chair? We'll have some lunch before we do business.
Judge Weiss: Well, I'd love to have lunch with you, but it'll be purely social. I -- I didn't bring any paperwork with me.
Ric: Well, I thought that was the reason you were meeting.
Judge Weiss: I'm not granting your divorce.
Sam: You know, I've been thinking, and what I said before -- I'm sorry.
Jason: No --
Sam: It was stupid. I didn't mean it.
Jason: I'd rather have you -- no, no, no. I'd rather have you say it than, you know, not say it. Ok, I know this is probably pretty weird, but Courtney and I are over. You know that. I'm with you. I'm not going anywhere.
Sam: Good, because I love you.
Jason: I love you, too. You know what? I got to catch up on a few things.
Jason: You going to be ok?
Jason: Can I meet you in a little while?
Sonny: Ok, Courtney, the last thing I want to do is ruin your wedding, ok? You're my sister, and I just want you to be happy.
Courtney: Even if it's with Jax?
Sonny: Well, you know I don't like him --
Sonny: All right? I think you can do a lot better. But I don't have to live with Jax, you do, and if he's the man that you chose, then I support you, you know, and -- you know.
Courtney: Thank you.
Sonny: Ok, I got you -- I got you a little something. A little --
Courtney: You what? Really?
Sonny: No, no -- yeah.
Courtney: Oh --
Sonny: I mean, I'm -- you know, couldn't let you get married without a little something from your big brother.
Courtney: Oh, my God. Sonny, they're beautiful.
Sonny: I hope they go with your dress.
Courtney: I mean -- I mean, it's like they were made for it. Thank you.
Sonny: Well, you know, I wanted you to have a little piece of me at the ceremony because I'm not going to be able to come.
Courtney: No. Sonny, I want you to come -- both of you -- but only if you can promise me that I can trust you to sit still, stay quiet, and just be happy for me. Can you do that?
Luke: That photograph is evidence of my broken heart, my pain and humiliation at the hands of a callous woman who took my love then tossed it aside. But somehow I'll muddle through -- with a big, fat alimony check.
Tracy: Not so fast. I can prove entrapment. This place had to be wired for sound. Oh --
Coleman: Lucas -- watch out, honey -- hey --
Luke: Thank you, Romeo! Feel free to keep that picture, maybe hang it above the mantel at the Quartermaines'. I've got a whole bunch of other ones just as nice. Bon appetit!
Luke: Have I ever let you down?
Skye: You don't really want me to answer that, now, do you? Well, did it work?
Luke: Sweetheart, you are looking at a soon-to-be-rich, soon-to-be-ex-husband who is on the prowl for somebody luscious to spend 15 million simoleons on.
Judge Weiss: You have to understand this is my personal call. You can find another judge, or you can go to the Dominican Republic where they don't ask questions --
Judge Weiss: But I won't help you dissolve your marriage.
Ric: Why not?
Judge Weiss: Because I'm your friend. I know you, individually and as a couple. I know how much you love each other. And now that you're about to bring a new life into the world, this isn't the time to pull apart.
Alexis: No offense, but is that really your decision to make?
Judge Weiss: Maybe not, but I get to decide whether I participate or not, and I don't want to. Give it some time. Stay with each other through the birth of your baby. Maybe you'll find that the problems that you're experiencing now will lose their significance once you become parents together. I'm going to hold a good thought for you.
Alexis: Well, that was presumptuous, don't you think?
Ric: Oh, he's just being a friend.
Alexis: Well, he's now brought us back to square one.
Ric: Let's just don't stress about the whole thing, ok? We're lawyers. We'll just take the steps.
Alexis: Well, maybe Ted is right. Maybe we're rushing to solve a problem that might resolve itself.
Ric: I think that's called denial, Alexis. I don't know about you, but I've lived in that just about as long as I need to for the rest of my life.
Alexis: Probably a good notion.
Jax: Ok, remember, simple -- simple and elegant. I don't want anything splashy or ostentatious, which means those are going to have to go. I don't want my bride running out of here screaming.
Jane: You see what happens when you choose hired help over family to oversee a wedding?
Jax: I wasn't sure if you'd come, mom.
Jane: Or that you wanted me to?
Jax: Well, how am I supposed to infer from your presence? I highly doubt it signifies your full endorsement.
Jane: Your father would be terribly disappointed in me if I didn't overcome my reservations to attend your wedding -- whether I approve of the bride or not.
Jax: How gracious of you.
Jane: I'm trying.
Jax: Really? Because that's escaped me somehow.
Jane: Oh, please, I don't want to fight with you, Jax.
Jax: Oh, you know what? If you don't want to fight with me, then I suggest you don't fight with Courtney, either.
Jane: Well, still, at the risk of making you angry, I want to go on record. Please sit down.
Jax: Ok. What?
Jane: I don't trust your bride.
Jax: Mom --
Jane: She is far too emotionally attached to another man to cause you anything but disappointment and pain.
Jax: Ok, is this about Jason again? I can't tell you how underwhelmed I am by your support. Now it's my turn to go on record. You -- you are my mother, and I love you, but I'm not going to let you ruin my wedding day. And if you can't manage that, I suggest that you walk out of here right now.
Carly: "I, Carly Corinthos, promise not to interrupt, interfere with, or otherwise disrupt my friend Courtney’s wedding -- even it if kills me -- so help me, God." Come on, I'm doing the best I can. You're not really going to exile me from your wedding, are you?
Courtney: No, you can come to my wedding -- as my matron of honor.
Carly: I'd love that!
Sonny: Ok, I guess I'm just going to go ahead and change now into something better, you know?
Courtney: Sonny --
Courtney: Hey -- I know that -- I know that you don't agree with my wedding, my marriage. I just -- I don't know, the fact that you still support me anyway -- it means more than words can say. So don't you bail out on me at the last minute, ok?
Sonny: I promise I won’t.
Carly: Ok. So, I'm going to stop by the restaurant and check on the reception prep, and then I'm going to go by the park. Is there anything that you need?
Courtney: Well, my -- my bouquet would be nice, but --
[Knock on door]
Courtney: Maybe that's it. I don't know.
Jason: No -- see, I knew it. What are you doing? What are you planning?
Jason: How are you going to ruin Courtney’s big day? What are you going to do?
Carly: I'm the matron of honor! Why does everyone always suspect me of ulterior motives?
Courtney: Gee, I wonder. Hmm.
Carly: What -- how'd you even know I was here?
Jason: I didn’t. I came to see you.
Tracy: We need a plan.
Coleman: "We"? What are you talking about? I'm the guy that helped Luke set you up, remember?
Tracy: Am I supposed to believe that that implies some kind of loyalty between the two of you? You have what I need.
Coleman: Well, I'm glad you realize that.
Tracy: You can testify to the fact that I was set up, that there was a scam perpetrated on me. You can swear to the fact that you were paid to make me believe that I was having sex with my lawfully wedded husband, and you can vouch to the fact that this room was wired for sound.
Coleman: Mm-hmm. So what's in it for me?
Tracy: Oh, of course. Here it comes, the shakedown. How much is it going to cost me to get you on my side of the table?
Coleman: Not money, babe.
Tracy: What else is there? Ooh!
Luke: Well, this calls for a celebratory toast.
Skye: Well, enjoy. We can't stay out here very long. Jax and Courtney are going to have their wedding reception inside.
Luke: Well, let's crash it. Let Jasper pay for the celebration.
Skye: Aren't you getting a bit ahead of yourself here, Luke? It's not exactly like Tracy’s going to give you that 15 million, and besides, it belongs to Nikolas.
Luke: Don't worry about Nikolas. All he's got to do is unload some of that real estate in the Aegean Sea, and he's right back where he started.
Skye: Oh -- you're impossible.
Luke: But you like me.
Skye: Yeah, I'm working on it.
Luke: Well, don't work too hard, because you and me, Blaze, we're written on the wind. We're higher than the highest mountain, deeper than the deepest alley, wider than the Mississippi. Once I'm free of Tracy, it's full steam ahead.
Skye: Oh, stop!
Luke: The world is our oyster.
Skye: Luke, I'm sorry. Nothing's happened to change my mind. I still can't be with you.
Sonny: I'm surprised to see you.
Reese: You shouldn't be. You sent so many roses to my suite there was no room left for me.
Sonny: Did you like them?
Reese: What woman wouldn't?
Sonny: Well, that's the idea, I guess.
Reese: Yeah, well, unfortunately, they came wrapped in all of your mixed messages. First, you push me away, and then you romance me with these grand gestures. Make up your mind, Sonny. What do you want?
Sonny: I'll tell you what I want. For starters, I'd like you to come to Courtney’s wedding with me.
Reese: No way. No, I won't go.
Carly: You know, Courtney knows. She's completely aware that Jax is not my favorite person, but I'm not marrying him. She is, and bottom line, sometimes you have to show up for your friends no matter what.
Jason: I hope you mean that.
Carly: Oh, my God.
Jason: No, really, I really hope you mean that.
Carly: Wait, you're going to give me a complex. All right, you know what? I'm going to go do those errands.
Courtney: Ok, you do that.
Jason: Looks like you're getting the wedding you always dreamed of.
Courtney: You know I loved our wedding, too.
Jason: That was good. You know, not big, not a lot of people.
Courtney: Yeah, well, it was exactly who we were then.
Jason: So much has changed, you know?
Jason: You have.
Courtney: Yeah, a lot.
Jason: Is that because of Jax?
Courtney: Mostly. Jax is -- well, he's taught me to enjoy life. You know, live in the moment. Not to anticipate disaster.
Jason: That's good. I hope -- I hope he can keep giving you what you need.
Courtney: I'm really glad that you came.
Jax: What are you doing here?
Carly: I'm the matron of honor. Don't worry, Courtney knows about it and everything. So, you are officially relieved. I'll take over here.
Jax: Really? And what else is new?
Carly: Be nice.
Jax: Ok. Fine. Fine. You just go ahead and take over, and I'll take this opportunity to go see my beautiful bride.
Carly: Oh, Jax, wait. Uh -- you can't go up to Courtney’s room right now.
Jax: Why not? What is it that you don't want me to see?
Dispatcher: Blue team to I.C.U., please. Blue team, I.C.U.
Georgie: Look at my mom. Dillon, she is a complete wreck. But she's not going to show it because she thinks she needs to hold it together for everybody else. And then there's Mac, who's terrified. And, Dillon, I don't know how to help anybody.
Dillon: Ok, I've got an idea. Um -- it's not much, but why don't we try as best we can to spin this whole thing positive? So go back over there and talk to your mom about all the amazing things that your family's going to do once Maxie gets out of here. And she will get out of here. Everybody needs to believe that right now.
Georgie: The power of positive thinking.
Dillon: There you go.
Georgie: Thank you.
Dillon: Ok -- um -- you don't need to say it. I hear it in my sleep. I'm going to leave Georgie alone.
Mac: Not so fast, Dillon. Look, it's no secret I'm not your biggest fan. But right now you're having a good effect on Georgie, giving her the support that can only come from you. I'm grateful for that, so I'd like you to stick around.
Luke: Not another -- another 180. For -- for God's sake, we're just getting square here. It's you and me, Blaze. We're kindred spirits. I did this for you. You know, I didn't marry Tracy out of love.
Skye: I never suggested that you take it that far.
Luke: Well, you wanted me to get the Cassadine cash back out of her accounts. I'm on the road to doing that. What's the problem?
Skye: Me, ok? I'm the problem. I -- look, I know I'm probably driving you crazy jumping back and forth like this, but that's -- that's got to tell you how difficult it is for me.
Luke: Well, you're just overthinking it. So let all that go. Just -- just ride with it. It's good. Ride with it.
Skye: Yeah, right -- right off a cliff. Luke, you're an adrenaline junkie.
Luke: Ok. So are you.
Skye: Yeah, but I'm trying to change. I -- I don't want to spend my life testing limits or -- or seeing how spectacularly I can crash and burn. You know, I -- I want some measure of peace.
Luke: It'll be peaceful enough when you're dead.
Skye: See, that's the difference between us. You're like alcohol to me, Luke -- seductive, and ultimately destructive.
Luke: Why do you want to change? You are perfect, perfect just the way you are.
Skye: Oh, wow. I've waited my whole life to hear somebody say that to me, to tell me that they accept me for who I am, warts and all. How ironic that the man who says it to me is the person that I can't let myself be with.
Reese: This isn't like inviting me out to dinner. This is your sister's wedding. This is -- this is a family thing. It's a big deal.
Reese: So I -- I'll be on display. Or is the whole point flaunting me in front of Carly’s face?
Sonny: Why do all roads lead back to Carly with you?
Reese: Because all roads lead back to Carly with you. I know she's the reason that you pulled away from me the other day.
Sonny: Look --
Reese: Carly is always with you, Sonny. I know this.
Reese: She is in your thoughts; she is under your skin. What am I supposed to do?
Sonny: I already admitted, or maybe you missed the part where I said that Carly and I can't make it together.
Reese: So what does that make me, the consolation prize?
Sonny: Why are you doing this?
Reese: Because I have to be sure I'm not making the worst mistake of my life -- no offense.
Sonny: Well, you know what? That's a major concern for both of us, but this -- this wedding is a perfect opportunity to ease into things. My family can start, you know, getting used to seeing us together. We can get used to -- ok, I'll tell you the real reason. I need you there to stop me from punching the groom. What? You know what I mean? Does that mean -- does that mean you're going to come or --
Courtney: Sorry. I'm just an emotional wreck right now.
Jason: It's ok.
Courtney: So -- um -- did you just come by here to wish me good luck, or was there something else?
Jason: Oh, yeah. Actually -- um -- it's about Michael.
Courtney: Is he all right?
Jason: He's still confused over what happened and he's been having a lot of nightmares.
Courtney: Well, I'm not surprised, considering what he's been through -- being kidnapped, having to deal with A.J. and his sick lies, thinking that his mother committed murder. I mean, God.
Jason: I know, and I think he should have professional help.
Courtney: Yeah, that sounds like a good idea.
Jason: But the thing is, you know, we need someone we can trust to honor Michael’s confidence no matter what he says, ok, and I was just hoping you might be able to find somebody or help us through your foundation.
Courtney: Yeah, absolutely. I -- I'll go through my files, I'll give you some names -- good ones, and discreet, too.
Jason: Thanks. You know, it would probably be a little weird if I was at your wedding.
Courtney: I understand.
Jason: Yeah. Good luck.
Courtney: Thanks, Jason.
Carly: Ok, I don't know what kind of strange traditions you have in Australia or Alaska or whatever, but right here in the good old U.S.A., it's still considered unlucky to see the bride before the ceremony. So have a little respect for tradition, for God's sake.
Jax: What are you up to? What are you up to, Carly? Huh? Is this some kind of distraction ploy? Are you trying to ruin my wedding day? Is this like that scheme that you tried to pull off with Rachel?
Carly: Ok, I'm not going to pretend that I think you're a good match for Courtney, but I want her to be happy, and for whatever reason, she seems to find that with you. She wants this day to be perfect. If you go upstairs, it won't be. Capisce?
Jane: I need to speak to you.
Jane: I was right, Jax. Courtney may go through the ceremony, but her heart will always be with Jason.
Jax: I am not listening to this!
Jane: I just saw your bride-to-be upstairs in Jason’s arms.
Luke: I could say that I'd change.
Skye: We both know that you can't and won't, and you shouldn’t. Because, Luke, if you lost all the reasons that I couldn't be with you, you'd lose yourself. And that would be a crime.
Luke: I hope you brought your checkbook. Otherwise, I'm going to have to frog-walk you to the bank and stand there while you hand me over the cash.
Tracy: Won't be necessary. I'm agreeing to your terms.
Luke: Come again?
Tracy: I believe that was a divorce. And the 15 million -- it's yours.
Luke: Oh, no, no, this is way too easy. What's the catch?
Tracy: I found something that I want more than playing one-on-one with you.
Coleman: Hey, sweetheart.
Maxie: What's going on out there?
Dillon: Um -- they're going to Monica’s office right now. They're waiting for results.
Maxie: How are they holding up?
Dillon: It's rough. It's rough. They're scared, you know. I'm sure not as scared as you are. I mean, you beat the odds for so long, you have this heart, and then --
[Dillon snaps his fingers]
Dillon: It's a bummer.
Maxie: I almost died when I was little. But my cousin B.J. died instead, and I got her heart. It's the most precious gift that I've ever been given, and every day is like a second chance to me. Am I afraid? Yeah. But bummed? How could I be? I am the luckiest girl in the whole world, and I'm not going to let go of B.J. -- or her heart or my family or my life.
[Knock on door]
Courtney: Well. Don't you make an extremely handsome father of the bride?
Mike: Well, the suit's seen better days, but then again, so have I.
Courtney: You didn't happen to have seen any sign of a floral delivery out there, did you?
Mike: No, no, not that I noticed.
Courtney: Oh, great.
Mike: You nervous?
Courtney: A few butterflies. Just want everything to be perfect and so far, I am a bride without a bouquet.
Mike: You know, last night I was -- I was thinking about when you were a little girl, and your mother had thrown out some lace curtains, and you had taped them all around yourself like a wedding dress. You said you were practicing to be a bride.
Courtney: Yeah, I remember.
Mike: Yeah, and I -- I pointed out that you didn't have any flowers, but you said, "No, they came last so they wouldn't wilt." They had to be perfect. They had to be wildflowers. And it turned out that there weren't any in bloom -- at least not then.
Mike: I -- I asked the florist to ditch the one he made up, and make this one instead. Is it ok?
Courtney: It's perfect.
Jason: What are you doing here?
Jax: I -- I own the place. Haven't you heard?
Jason: You shouldn't be getting drunk before your wedding.
Jax: Oh, there's not going to be a wedding.
Luke: You two -- that's rich.
Skye: I don't think she's kidding.
Tracy: That's an astute observation. I had an amazing surprise today, something I'd long given up on. And I don't want you standing in the way. If it takes 15 million, that's a small price to pay.
Luke: You're scamming her.
Coleman: Shame on you, cowboy. Come on.
Luke: Well, then you're scamming me.
Coleman: No. It's -- it's the real deal, man.
Luke: Don't play a player, cowboy.
Tracy: Nobody cares what you think, hopalong.
Tracy: "No" what?
Luke: No divorce.
Skye: What, are you crazy? This is exactly what you wanted.
Luke: Not quite. No, not anymore.
Skye: Oh, my God. You can't stand that Tracy chose hope with Coleman over mayhem with you. You're jealous.
Dillon: Now, a lot of people would be feeling justifiably sorry for themselves about now.
Maxie: And that would accomplish what? I know it's a risk not agreeing to the transplant. But it's a risk that I'm willing to take. Whatever happens, I can't control that, but B.J.'s heart is staying with me.
Dillon: I'll let you rest.
Maxie: Hey, take care of my sister, ok? Georgie tends to worry.
Dillon: I know. I know.
Georgie: Hey, how is she?
Dillon: It's incredible. She's got more courage than Indiana Jones.
Georgie: She's going to need it. We got the test results back and they're not good.
Carly: Well, that's it, then. All we need is the bride and groom. All right, well, I'll go see how close we are.
Courtney: Well, this is as good as it's going to get.
Mike: Ooh. You are the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. I hope Jax realizes what a prize he's won.
Courtney: I think we both lucked out.
Mike: Are you ready to get married?
Courtney: I am so ready.
Mike: I'll get the car.
Jane: I wouldn't bother. My son isn't going to marry you. Not today. Not ever.
Jax: I know that you were downstairs with Courtney.
Jason: You're right. Had nothing to do with you.
Jax: Yeah, I -- I agree, and that's -- that's why I'm here. Because I realize that it has nothing to do with me. Courtney's still in love with you and she'll never get over it.
Jason: Ok, Jax, what are you talking about? She's downstairs right now getting ready for your wedding.
Jax: I'm sorry, you didn't hear me. I'm done with Courtney. You can have her.
Jason: You are going to marry Courtney today if I have to drag you to the park myself.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Monica: It may just be all you need.
Jane: I saw you in Jason’s arms. I told Jax.
Jax: Why would I want to marry Courtney? She still has feelings for you.
Carly: I can't believe you brought her here.
Sonny: She's my guest.
Carly: Sonny's only doing this to hurt me.
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