GH Transcript Wednesday 6/15/05

General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 6/15/05

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Courtney: Is that a wedding ring?

Carly: Yeah.

Courtney: Carly, you actually married this jerk?

Carly: Well, congratulations to you, too. You know what, Courtney? I'll make you a deal. I won't insult your husband if you don't trash mine.

Courtney: For you to even mention Jax in the same breath -- honey, when was the last time you kidnapped a pregnant woman and held her hostage? I forget.

Lorenzo: Courtney, I know I hurt you, and I'm sorry. But things have changed. I'm going to make Carly very happy. I'm going to give her a rich and full life.

Courtney: Really?

Lorenzo: Yeah.

Courtney: So are you two planning on having more children, or are you content with Michael and Morgan?

Carly: Wow. Well, I don't understand what that has to do with anything.

Courtney: Oh, I don't know, I just think it's ironic that you are planning to have babies with the sicko that cost me mine.

Elizabeth: Well, for starters, Nikolas would pay your hospital bills in a heartbeat.

Lucky: Listen, I can't ask Nikolas to pay my debts.

Elizabeth: Not a gift, a loan, with payment schedules and interest and everything. Come on, Lucky, it's his grandmother who put you in the hospital in the first place.

Lucky: I can't ask him to carry this burden. Besides, Nikolas has his own money problems right now.

Elizabeth: Yeah, right. I don't see him eating bologna.

Lucky: Tracy's got $15 million that belongs to Nikolas. I can't lay this on him. Besides, Nikolas -- he carries mother's hospital bills, grandma, and Lulu. I just -- he does more than his share.

Elizabeth: Ok, baby, I don't need you to feel guilty about that. You're a working man, and, unfortunately, you don't have that luxury.

Lucky: It's not guilt. It's pride. I can't ask Nikolas to support me. I have to do this alone.

Elizabeth: Uh-uh. Not alone. As long as I'm here, never alone.

Reese: Michael. What are you doing here?

Michael: I have a doctor's appointment, and I thought my dad would be visiting you.

Reese: Oh, he left a little while ago, honey.

Michael: Is he your boyfriend?

Reese: No. He's just someone I used to know.

Evan: What are you, 9? 10?

Michael: 9.

Evan: You know, my own little boy would've been just about the same age.

Michael: What do you mean, "would be"? Where's your son?

Evan: It's a very sad --

Reese: I'm really glad that you came by, Michael. I'm sorry that you missed your dad, but I'm sure he'll show up before your appointment.

Evan: Yeah, that'd be great. I'd love to meet your father.

Announcer: The role of Felicia Jones is now being played by Sandra Ferguson.

Dillon: Hey.

Felicia: Good, you got my message.

Dillon: Yeah. What's -- is Maxie ok?

Felicia: I wish I could say she's doing better but, actually, it's Georgie. She's the reason I called you. She needs you.

Georgie: You don't like my work?

Maxie: Um, let's just say it's a good thing you have high S.A.T. scores because beauty school is just not for you.

Georgie: You're mean! I want a second opinion. Dillon, what do you think of this?

Dillon: What do I --?

Georgie: Yeah.

Dillon: Spice girls reject.

Maxie: Oh, my God! Did you tell him that I had their poster?

Georgie: No -- yes. It was in fourth grade. You're forgiven.

Dillon: You -- you look pretty.

Maxie: Liar.

Georgie: I thought you were editing the graduation video today.

Dillon: No. No, new plan today. I am driving Miss Georgie -- big event in her life, you know.

Maxie: What? What did I miss?

Georgie: Nothing important.

Dillon: Yeah, nothing important, except for that today is her first real big-time, grownup job interview.

Maxie: How come you didn't tell me about that?

Georgie: Maxie, you've been a little busy, and you know what? It was just a summer job at the Pizza Shack. And I changed my mind -- I'd be worse at that than I am at doing hair.

Maxie: Stop. We love the Pizza Shack. The garlic fries rock.

Georgie: To eat, not to make. You know, by the expression on mom's face, you'd think that I just turned down a Rhodes scholarship or something. Traitor!

Dillon: Me? Why?

Georgie: Yes.

Dillon: Why am I -- what?

Georgie: Ok, how did my mom drag you into this? And how did you go from "he who shall not be mentioned" to my mom's co-conspirator?

Carly: Thanks for your input, Courtney, but my marriage is none of your business.

Courtney: Carly, he has hurt the people who you claim to love over and over again.

Lorenzo: You know what? Maybe Courtneyís right. We shouldn't expect her to be happy for us. We can only hope with the passing of time --

Courtney: You know what? All the time in the world will not change the fact that you kidnapped Carly while she was pregnant with my nephew, and then you tried to drive my brother insane.

Carly: That had nothing to do with you, ok, and it's over.

Courtney: Carly, it had everything to do with me. God, I live with the consequence of his actions every day of my life. I can't carry Jaxís child because of what he did to me.

Carly: Take some responsibility, Courtney! I know Lorenzo made some mistakes, but so did you. He didn't throw you into the ocean, you jumped overboard. It was your choice, no one elseís.

Ric: Appreciate you meeting me, Lucky. You know, Durant would have your head if he knew. He is the D.A.

Lucky: Listen, the way Durant feels about Agent Marshall, I don't trust him.

Ric: What did you find out?

Lucky: I'm pretty sure I know who's trying to kill Agent Marshall.

Elizabeth: Well, Cameron has grown out of yet another pair of shoes. Who knew raising kids would be so expensive?

Bobbie: It is amazing, isn't it? I recommend you start saving for his college right now.

Elizabeth: Oh, please. That's probably when we'll be done paying Lucky's medical bills.

Bobbie: What do you mean?

Elizabeth: Well, didn't you know that when Lucky got shot?† He was suspended from the force, so he didn't have coverage?

Bobbie: Oh. Well, how can I help?

Elizabeth: Well, when you're making schedules, I guess I could use some extra shifts.

Ric: What am I looking at?

Lucky: I think this guy is the perp with the biggest ax to grind. He was paroled in February.

Ric: Same time as Reeseís car was torched.

Lucky: Yeah. She stonewalled me when I asked her to help me figure out who was after her. Maybe you'll have better luck with her.

Ric: Well, she definitely has control issues. I don't know about that. In this case, it could cost her her life.

Reese: Who brought you to the hospital, Michael?

Michael: Max.

Reese: Good. Don't be late for your appointment, ok?

Michael: Do you still hurt?

Reese: Um, sometimes. But mostly I'm just tired of being in here.

Michael: Yeah, I know how you feel.

Reese: I know you do. And I'm really glad that you're seeing a doctor, Michael. I think that's a fantastic idea. And I'm also really happy that you get to stop by to see me.

Michael: Feel better.

Evan: It was really nice to meet you, Michael.

Michael: Nice to meet you, too.

Reese: Don't even think it.

Evan: I was just going to say he's a cute kid. Is that how you got next to the dad? Through his son?

Reese: Shut up.

Evan: Hey, be nice to me, Charlotte, or I'll go find that cute little boy and tell him what a liar you are.

Reese: What do you want from me, Evan? What are you even doing in Port Charles?

Evan: Come on, a smart girl like you must've figured that out by now.

Georgie: When I was really little and mom was away a lot, I used to get these really bad stomachaches, and I would get upset and crawl in bed with Maxie. And no matter how sleepy she was, she would get up and make me a glass of ginger ale to settle my stomach. And then she would distract me with this game we had. We would tell each other all the things that we were going to do when we grew up, and I would say that I was going to go meet the Olsen twins -- I know -- and go to Disney World. But not Maxie. No, she -- Maxie wanted to ride a unicorn, and take a hot-air balloon around the world, and she would come up with the craziest things and -- she could make magic seem real. And before I knew it, I had forgotten all about my stomachache and I was -- I was asleep. She would make it all better, and that's what I want to do for her, Dillon. I want to make it better, and I -- and I want to give her magic.

Dillon: I know that. I do. But she knows you're trying, and you can't -- you can't do this. You can't stay here all the time. You need to give yourself a break. You really do.

Georgie: This is not about me, Dillon. Maxie's gotten weaker. And I am scared to death that when I go home tonight and I come back tomorrow, she'll be gone.

Maxie: Great, I love these huge, orange ones.

Bobbie: Well, you know what? I always say that pills are like men -- they're kind of hard to put up with, but you can't live without them.

Elizabeth: Whoa.

Maxie: Is that a little nursing humor?

Elizabeth: Yeah, time to pull out some fresh material.

Bobbie: Ah-ah-ah. All right, honey, I'll see you in a bit.

Maxie: Ok. Thank you.

Bobbie: I'm going to leave this here.

Maxie: Thanks.

Bobbie: Elizabeth --

Elizabeth: Yeah?

Bobbie: You know, honey, I'm not sure that working extra shifts is the best idea.

Elizabeth: Is it my work?

Bobbie: Oh, no. No, of course not. You're terrific. I wish we had more nurses like you.

Elizabeth: Oh. Well, thanks. Ok, well, I don't understand.

Bobbie: Well, you know, it's not for me to judge, and I know you want to do what's best for your family.

Elizabeth: Yeah, I just don't want this all to be on Lucky's shoulders.

Bobbie: And I can understand that but -- well, you know, Cameronís already in daycare eight hours a day and -- well, I just know what it's like from my own experience, what it was like trying to raise little ones, and you're trying really hard to work on your career and -- well, I just got to be honest with you. I never once looked back and wished I'd spent more time on duty.

Elizabeth: Yeah, I know. You're right. It's not -- it's not fair to Cameron, and I already can't stand the idea of somebody else raising my kid. All right, then I guess I'll just figure out another way to take care of the bills.

Mac: $50,000? That's got to hurt, but I don't know if there's anything I can do, Lucky. You know, the red tape on that is ridiculous.

Lucky: No, no, I'm just looking for a way to make a dent in it. Maybe if you get any calls about private security or extra shifts in the department.

Mac: Ok. Look, I'll put your name on the list but, you know, these things are seniority-based.

Lucky: Sure, whatever you can do. And tell Maxie I hope she feels better.

Mac: You bet.

Elizabeth: Hi, Mac.

Lucky: Hey.

Elizabeth: Hey, babe.

Lucky: Mac said he's going to get me some overtime.

Elizabeth: That's great, Lucky.

Jax: Ok, time-out, Carly. You're not going to blame Courtney for her own miscarriage.

Carly: I'm just saying it's not all Lorenzoís fault!

Jax: She was taken hostage while she was trying to save you. You going to pretend that didn't happen?

Courtney: No, you know what, Jax? Donít. Donít. I can own up to my own mistakes. You want me to take responsibility, Carly? I made a judgment call, ok? I thought I was saving my own life. And, yeah, yeah, if I had done things differently, I might be home right now with my little boy or girl. That is my truth. Now it's your turn. Why don't you take responsibility for why you married him in the first place?

Carly: I married Lorenzo because I love him, because he loves me and adores my boys.

Courtney: Sonny's boys, Carly. That's your bottom line -- everything comes back to Sonny. This train wreck only happened because you found your ex in bed with Reese. It's the ultimate payback -- you marry his enemy!

Carly: Ok, you have no idea what you're saying.

Courtney: No, you're the one who's going to pay in the end, Carly, because you are going to end up in a sad, pathetic, empty marriage that you only got into out of spite. Just take me home, Jax.

Carly: Ahem. Ok, she's wrong. This marriage is not about Sonny, and it sure as hell isn't about Reese.

Lorenzo: Yeah, maybe. But it's taking its toll on everyone in your life, especially your children.

Max: Check it out. Who you looking for?

Michael: A friend. I see her here sometimes.

Alan: Oh, hi, Michael. I'm so glad to see you.

Michael: Hi, Dr. Quartermaine.

Alan: Listen, you know that I'm your grandfather. It would make me very happy if you'd call me granddad.

Dr. Thomas: You here all alone, Michael?

Michael: No, I'm here with Max. He's my bodyguard.

Dr. Thomas: I see. What about your parents?

Michael: My mom was going to come, but I told her that I didn't want her to.

Dr. Thomas: Ok, well, let's get started, huh?

Michael: Ok. Goodbye, Dr. Quartermaine.

Alan: Bye, Michael. Ahem.

Reese: You want to kill me? You go ahead and try it. But I'm not going to go down without a fight, and you're not going to get away with it, Evan. Not this time. Besides, I'm already dead. You killed me five years ago when you murdered our little boy.

Georgie: Maxie, you know that I'm about as interested in selling pizza as I am in doing hair.

Maxie: Yeah, I know. You'd much rather spend your time in the I.C.U., I mean, who could blame you? Look at the decor.

Georgie: I've seen worse.

Maxie: I can tell when you're scared, Georgie. You think that you're going to leave this hospital and I'm going to die.

Georgie: Maxie, that's not true.

Maxie: Then prove it. Let Dillon take you to this interview. He needs a distraction, and you could learn how to say "plain or pepperoni?"

Georgie: Maxie, I really, really, really don't want to, please.

Maxie: Oh, for God's sakes, it's summer. I mean, one of us needs to be outside with the wind blowing in our hair, getting a sunburn, hooking up with our cute boyfriend. And since I'm currently unattached, that's going to have to be you.

Georgie: And what about you?

Maxie: You can come back and tell me all about it. Anything's better than you sitting here on death watch.

Georgie: Maxie, don't say that! Don't even think that!

Maxie: Ok, ok. I'll make you a deal. You go out and have a real life, and I won't die.

Lucky: What's wrong? I mean, didn't you ask for extra shifts, too?

Elizabeth: I did. I did. But there's just got to be another way, Lucky. I mean, with all the extra hours, we'll never be able to see each other. And then when we do, we're going to be so exhausted it's not going to matter anyway. And then there's Cameron. I'm not going to be able to give him the quality time he deserves.

Lucky: I don't know what else to do. I can't breathe with this debt hanging over me. I don't know how people do it.

Elizabeth: Well, some people have more money than they need.

Lucky: I told you I'm not asking Nikolas.

Elizabeth: He'll just write you a check.

Lucky: Listen, until he gets the 15 million back that my dad stole from Helena, there is no other way. Besides, I need to figure this out on my own. There's no handouts.

Jax: Hi.

Nurse: Hi.

Jax: Could you tell Dr. Meadows that Mr. and Mrs. Jacks are here?

Nurse: Sure.

Jax: Thanks.

Courtney: Jax, I cannot believe Carly actually married him, I mean, after everything that he has done. To make matters worse, I completely lost control.

Jax: Well, Carly knows how to push your buttons.

Courtney: Well, neither of them should have that kind of power over me.

Jax: Well, I think living well is the best revenge.

Courtney: Yeah, you're right. You're right. You know, as soon as Dr. Meadows can find a woman to carry our baby for us, we can move on with our lives. Oh, Jax, it's going to be so great. It is. You know, for the first time since I miscarried, I can actually picture myself as a mother.

Carly: That fight with Courtney should never have happened. I know how she feels about the miscarriage. I should've just walked away instead of escalating.

Lorenzo: Carly, donít. It's not your fault. It's -- it's nothing.

Carly: Please don't shut me out.

Lorenzo: You know, I just had high hopes for us -- you and me in this beautiful place; entertaining our family and friends. Who knew that every last one of them would think our marriage was a disaster of epic proportions?

Carly: Morgan likes you.

Lorenzo: Well, he's not fully fluent yet. Give him time.

Carly: You know, let's not feel sorry for ourselves. Our sons -- yours and mine -- are safe and healthy. We have each other. And believe me, you know, I'm going to find new friends if my old friends insist on being idiots. People with swimming pools and tennis courts don't usually have to go begging for company.

[Carly laughs]

Lorenzo: I just want you to finally get some peace.

Carly: Listen, I mean, I guess Courtney has a right not to trust you. I just -- I don't understand why she attacked me like that. I didn't marry you to spite Sonny. It was an ugly lie.

Lorenzo: Carly, when you said yes to me, I knew it was partly to prove something to Sonny. But I also know that wasn't the only reason. It's ok. I know who you are, and I love you because of it, not in spite of it.

Evan: Come on, Charlotte. You know I didn't kill Jamie. It was those slugs who kidnapped him.

Reese: Because of you. You opted for a fortune in securities over our little boy's life.

Evan: I never thought they'd go through with it. Believe me; I don't sleep well at night knowing what they did to our little boy.

Reese: You're a pig.

Evan: And you made sure I paid for it, didn't you? You cost me my career, my reputation. I spent four miserable years in that prison. Now it's time for you to pay.

Reese: With what, my life?

Evan: You know, funny thing about that. The plan was for you to die, but not anymore.

Reese: What changed your mind?

Evan: You may have been functionally dead when Jamie died, but Sonny Corinthos changed all that. Yeah, I can still read you. There's something in your eyes, a lightness. It reminds me of when I first knew you, when we were in love.

Reese: Oh, don't get sentimental on me, Evan. Don't make me throw up.

Evan: I'm just saying it gives me hope. Sure, if I killed you, I would get a certain level of satisfaction. But alive, now you have the chance to make it up to me, restore everything you took.

Reese: Not going to happen.

Evan: Yeah, it will. How lucky for me that you survived the explosion and the accident with your brakes.

Reese: Just tell me what you want from me, Evan.

Evan: $1 million. It's not a bad start to get my life back.

Reese: I don't have $1 million.

Evan: Yeah, your boyfriend does. Hey, a million is petty cash to a high roller like Corinthos.

Reese: That's got nothing to do with me.

Evan: Just get the cash. I don't care how.

Reese: Or what? You'll kill me?

Evan: Worse. I'll tell Sonny Corinthos who you are and what you're really doing here.

Dr. Meadows: Some women seriously love being pregnant, and some really want to help women like Courtney, who can't carry a baby themselves. They want to provide a gift of a family to a childless couple. And then of course there are some who could actually use the financial assistance.

Jax: Well, we're willing to pay whatever is necessary.

Courtney: So, how many of these women decide that they don't want to give up the baby after it's born?

Dr. Meadows: With the gestational host, never. At least not in my practice.

Jax: But they must get emotionally attached to the child.

Dr. Meadows: Well, somewhat, but it's not like a surrogate, where, for example, we would use the surrogate's own eggs and Jaxís sperm. With a gestational host, there is no genetic connection to the baby, as you know. She simply provides the womb for your egg and your husband's sperm.

Courtney: So the baby would actually be ours.

Jax: So how soon can we see candidates?

Dr. Meadows: Well, I'll pull a list together and you can start seeing candidates right away.

Elizabeth: I understand you don't want handouts, ok? But there is nothing wrong with a loan. And I'm sure even Emily would be willing to help us out.

Lucky: Whoa, whoa, whatever is going on with Nikolas and Emily, it's -- they're still married. Taking from one is like taking from the other.

Elizabeth: What about my grandmother?

Lucky: Absolutely not. That's worse than owing the hospital. Elizabeth, listen, we'll figure something out. I'll go to the police credit union. I'll -- I'm sure I can probably get a few thousand.

Elizabeth: Maybe I should just start playing the lottery.

Lucky: Sure. Life's a gamble. And I already won the grand prize.

Dr. Meadows: So I'll call you as soon as I've put together a list of viable candidates.

Courtney: We can't thank you enough, Dr. Meadows.

Dr. Meadows: Oh, you're welcome.

Carly: So this is what unconditional love feels like. You don't ask for perfection from me.

Lorenzo: I can't ask more of you than I ask of myself. We all have flaws. It's what makes you so perfectly human.

Carly: It's such a relief to know that you're not waiting for me to fail. I've never had that from anyone in my life. I have been such a disappointment to all the people that I've loved.

Lorenzo: Well, you know what? Shame on them for not appreciating you for who you are.

Carly: See? I love that. I wish Courtney could realize how different you are. But you know what? If she doesn't, it's her loss. But Michael -- I just -- I have to figure out a way to get past his anger and his stubbornness so he can be home where he belongs.

Lorenzo: Carly, I told you I'll help you convince Michael any way I can.

Carly: You have no idea how much I'm counting on that.

Lorenzo: Well, I give you my word. I will never, ever do anything to come between you and your children.

Michael: If my dad finds out that you've been crawling in through that back hole in the fence, we're both going to be in trouble.

Jodie: Then we won't let him find out.

Michael: I looked for you at the hospital today.

Jodie: It wasn't my day today. I had to go visit my mom.

Michael: How'd it go?

Jodie: Same old stuff. She made this big speech about how she loves me more than life and everything she does for me is for my own good. They always say that.

Michael: But maybe she means it.

Jodie: Then how come she dumped me off at my dad's house while she went away with her new husband?

Michael: What's he like?

Jodie: My stepdad? He's a big jerk.

Michael: Yeah, my mom wanted me to move in with her and her husband. But I told her that I was going to stay here with my dad.

Jodie: Does your mom love you?

Michael: She says she does.

Jodie: Want to find out for sure?

Ric: How you feeling?

Reese: I hate hospitals. I always feel trapped. What's that?

Ric: We found the person who cut your brakes.

Reese: That didn't take long.

Ric: You know him.

Reese: Well, we figured. I put away some nasty criminals.

Ric: Your husband, among them. Evan Tucker. Seems he got out on parole a couple of months ago, right before your car blew up.

Reese: Interesting timing.

Ric: You don't seem the least bit surprised.

Reese: I'm not.

Courtney: Well, I guess the spare bedroom won't be a spare bedroom anymore. You know, I know exactly the nursery I want to turn it into.

Jax: Why don't we start looking for a house with a yard?

Courtney: Plenty of time. You know, if Dr. Meadows pulls this off, it'll be a year until the baby comes and -- and another year until he's up and running around.

Jax: "He"?

Courtney: She?

Jax: Both?

Courtney: Twins. That's a good idea.

Jax: Twins. Why? Does it run in your family?

Courtney: No, but, I don't know, fertility treatments increase the chances of having multiple births, so --

Jax: Really? Why don't we just go for triplets? Instant family?

Courtney: Quads and you got a deal.

Jax: Well, it's all good.

Courtney: Yeah, it is. You know, just one little thing needs to be fixed first.

Dr. Meadows: Elizabeth?

Elizabeth: Yes?

Dr. Meadows: Pull these patient files for me, would you, please?

Elizabeth: Oh, yeah, of course.

Dr. Meadows: Then I need you to call them. Ask if they're still interested in being gestational hosts.

Elizabeth: Dr. Meadows, is there maybe any other information you want me to tell them?

Dr. Meadows: Just that I'm working with a couple who can't carry a baby to term. They're looking for a woman to carry the child for them.

Elizabeth: Oh. So what makes a woman want to do something like that?

Dr. Meadows: Well, usually to help a childless couple have a family, and get paid a whole lot of money for it.

Elizabeth: There's money involved?

Dr. Meadows: Mm-hmm.

Elizabeth: Really? How much?

Man: Clear up, lock up, and open the shack at 11:00 A.M. tomorrow.

Georgie: Wait a minute, but I haven't even --

Man: I've got tickets for a play in Manhattan tonight. My last counter girl quit to work at the multiplex. Tell me what choice I have. Get your boyfriend to help.

Dillon: Hey --

Georgie: Well, I guess I got the job.

Dillon: Yeah. You know, actually, I think it was your impeccable references. That's got to be it.

Georgie: You know, for all that guy knew, I could be a thief.

Dillon: Yes, but you did log off the cash register, and as far as I know, there's not a huge market on the street for hot pizza pans, so -- oh, well, you could always commit grand parmesan abuse, you know.

Georgie: Is that a misdemeanor or a felony?

Dillon: I don't know, let's see.

Georgie: No! No! Dillon!

Reese: I'm not surprised Evan cut a deal for early parole. He was a brilliant lawyer turned gifted liar, master manipulator. He did whatever it takes to get what he wants.

Ric: Well, maybe what he wants now is revenge. You mind telling me why you would put your ex-husband in jail?

Reese: Short version -- we met in law school. Evan was charming and ambitious. We were both very driven. We got married, were fast-tracked at the same Manhattan law firm, and I got pregnant.

Ric: Wasn't planned?

Reese: As it turns out, Evan really had no interest in being a father. But suddenly this baby meant everything to me. We got divorced before Jamie was even born. Jamie was a -- he was like an alien to Evan. He just couldn't relate at all. I don't even think he saw the kid twice in his life.

Ric: It was Evanís choice?

Reese: Totally. I didn't even ask for child support. I figured he was that disconnected. So then I find a more family-friendly firm, and Evan joins the world of high finance and he brokers some major mergers and acquisitions. And as usual, he didn't think that the rules applied to him, so he steps on the toes of some very dangerous players. They wanted him to -- to throw this deal, get them out of it, you know? So they kidnapped our son. They figured that they'd use a 4-year-old boy as leverage and that Evan would then throw the deal just to save his son's life.

Ric: He didn't?

Reese: He -- he thought that they wouldn't have the guts to kill a little boy. They did, and I'll spare you the details.

Ric: So you joined the F.B.I. so that you could put your ex-husband away for not protecting your son.

Reese: After I brought Evan down, I focused on kidnappings, other children.

Ric: Well, it seems that he's come back to get revenge of his own now, Reese.

Reese: Evan is greedy and selfish and immoral. But he's not violent.

Ric: Reese, you took an ambitious, successful businessman and you dismantled his life. I think it's absolutely possible that he has come back to snuff out yours.

Georgie: No!

Dillon: Ok, all right, not the hot sauce. Anything but the hot -- it's a lethal weapon.

Georgie: Ok.

Dillon: So just put it down. Put it down.

Georgie: Ok.

Dillon: Ok.

Georgie: All right, fine. You win.

Dillon: Oh, do I? Well, that's what I'm talking about. Now, maybe -- ok!

Georgie: But not for long.

Dillon: All right! Ok, ok, ok. All right, let me just -- can I just see?

Georgie: Dillon!

Dillon: Oh!

Georgie: Dillon!

Mac and Felicia: Hey.

Maxie: Hey. What time is it?

Mac: What, do you have a hot date?

Felicia: Georgie will call as soon as she knows that she has the job.

Maxie: Yeah, they'd be crazy not to hire her. She's, like, the smartest girl in town.

Mac: Georgie is so overqualified.

Felicia: Think she's going to be bored?

Maxie: She'll find a way to make it interesting.

Felicia: Yeah, kind of like that little girl in the "Peanuts," you know? I can see her sitting there with a sign that says "The Doctor Is In."

[Maxie laughs]

Maxie: Oh, Georgie dispensing advice with pizza. There's no problem she doesn't have a solution for.

Mac: Two slice-minimum.

[Alarm]

Felicia: Maxie?

Felicia: Maxie, Maxie! Maxie?

Mac: Doctor!

†[Georgie laughs]

Dillon: No, no!

Georgie: No!

†[Alarm]

Monica: Clear!

Georgie: Aah!

Jax: Hi.

Elizabeth: Hi. It's a little weird that I'm here.

Jax: It is?

Elizabeth: I think the answer to my problem could be the answer to yours.

Courtney: I'm here to see Carly.

Lorenzo: Not quite finished tearing her to shreds?

Courtney: Ok, look, things got out of hand, we both said some things that we shouldn't have, and I want her to know that I'm sorry. We all need to move on with our lives, and I'm ready to do that.

Lorenzo: Congratulations. She's not here.

Courtney: Well, I see you bought Carly her dream house.

Lorenzo: I just want to make Carly happy.

Courtney: She could never be happy with you, Alcazar. I mean, come on. Admit it -- between you and me, you know that she only married you to get back at Sonny.

Lorenzo: Your so-called insights into my wife and my marriage are pointless. Her life with Sonny is nothing more than a fading memory that makes Carly feel badly about herself.

Courtney: You know damn well that Sonny is the only man that she will ever love.

Carly: I'm so sorry we had a fight.

Michael: Me, too.

Carly: How was your appointment with Dr. Thomas?

Michael: It was ok.

Carly: I miss you.

Michael: I miss you, too. I really want to live with you.

Carly: Do you? I know I'd be so happy if you did.

Michael: Mom, divorce Alcazar and I'll move home so fast.

Reese: You need to get out of Port Charles now.

Evan: Are you threatening me?

Reese: I'm warning you. You've become the prime suspect in the attempts on my life. I told them you're not a violent man. See if you can prove me right for once.

Evan: I'm not leaving without the cash.

Reese: If they grab you, you'll go right back to prison.

Evan: Yeah, they'll have to catch me first, which is where you come in. You already covered for me, so now you can hide me.

Reese: Evan, that's not going to work.

Evan: Just until you come up with a million dollars.

Reese: I canít.

Evan: Your choice.

Reese: What are you planning?

Evan: Full exposure. I'm going to tell Sonny everything. I'll tell him your real name is Charlotte Roberts, Carly to your friends and family, that you and his ex-wife, the former Caroline Benson, were the best of pals in high school, and that you blame her for tearing your life apart and you've hated her ever since. And that just like she once stole your identity for whatever reason, you've come here to strip Caroline Benson, A.K.A. Carly Corinthos, of everything she loves, including Sonny and Michael.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Elizabeth: I would like to give you the baby you can't have.

Courtney: I really hope you have some good news.

Dr. Meadows: I'm afraid there's a problem.

Dillon: Georgie?

Felicia: Maxie, come back to us, please!

Sonny: Reese's ex-husband is the reason her son got killed?

Reese: I'll tell Sonny the truth.

Evan: He's going to cut you right out of his life.

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