GH Transcript Monday 6/27/05

General Hospital Transcript Monday 6/27/05

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Tracy: Alice? Alice, where are you? Luke Spencer, you put that down and get out that door, and don't let it hit you on the butt.

Luke: My pretty, little, precious, pink popsicle, you have pre-party panic.

Tracy: No, I have inappropriate spouse mortification. I shoved a fistful of dollars in your hands to save myself the embarrassment of introducing you as my -- husband.

Luke: Well, I don't care about the money. I want to stay close.

Tracy: Since when?

Luke: Since you need me. You need me, Tracy, and you know it.

Coleman: Oh, boy.

Skye: Well, here we are again. Doesn't it make you just feel all warm inside that we can put aside petty jealousies and be civil to one another, now that the right people are in bed together -- so to speak?

Maxie: Your timing is perfect. I was just explaining what a kind and reasonable dad I have.

Mac: Well, I appreciate the compliment, but I wonder why you'd be discussing me with -- who is this anyway?

Nikolas: Hey.

Emily: Hi.

Nikolas: Nice surprise.

Emily: Yeah. I forgot my rings when I left this morning.

Nikolas: Maybe it's the universe giving us a sign.

Emily: Oh, a sign?

Nikolas: Yeah.

Emily: About what?

Nikolas: We're back together, so why are we still living apart?

Emily: I'll move back to Wyndemere anytime you want. But to be honest, I'm kind of enjoying having an affair with my own husband. It makes me feel -- um -- vaguely naughty.

Nikolas: Ooh.

Emily: Watch.  Uh-uh, don't stop.

Reese: You know, if I move in here, I will be paying rent. And I'm talking fair market value. I'm going to write you a check every single month. And if you don't cash one of them, I am out of here so fast. Do we have a deal?

Jason: Hey.

Carly: Oh, good, I'm so glad you're here. You're never going to believe what happened.

Jason: Ok, let's go -- let's go inside and you can tell me what happened.

[Laughter]

Jason: No, no, no, no. Carly, Carly, Carly --

Sonny: No, no, as long as you're happy, that's all that matters.

Reese: I will be. Thank you.

Carly: The hell you will. There is no way this little conniving tramp is going to live in my home. Ok? So take your bimbo and move her someplace else.

Sonny: Carly, this is not your home anymore; it's my place, so you need to get the hell out.

Jason: Sonny, come on. You don't have to speak to her that way.

Tracy: Wow. Buck. You look so -- so --

Luke: Phony? Pretentious? Absurd?

Tracy: No, debonair. But actually, I think it's more than that. It's -- it's --

Luke: Clean?

Skye: I think the word that Tracy is searching for is "sexy," and there's no "almost" about it. No, I am so glad that I threw caution to the wind and gave in to my mad attraction for you. It is so much more fun than depriving myself.

Tracy: I'll bite. What's going on?

Coleman: Sorry, lover. My heart was with you, babe, but Skye here made me an offer I couldn't refuse. And besides, you're committed to -- to Duke now, right?

Luke: "Luke."

Skye: Tracy, you're looking awfully green this evening. What is that, envy? Regret? Well, you had your chance with Coleman, and you just threw it away. Oh, well -- Coleman’s right. You do have Duke here. I just hope that you're half as fulfilled as I am.

Luke: You don't actually think anybody's buying this crap?

Coleman: Oh, I -- I hear a voice. It sounds like sour grapes.

Tracy: No, Duke's -- Luke’s right. She's just spiffing you up to look -- let's be honest -- like God's gift to -- to tempt me, but it's not going to work.

Luke: Well, if you'll excuse us, we have a party to host. Mrs. Spencer. Come on, get your butt in gear, spunky.

Tracy: Oh, that's charming.

Coleman: Hmm.

Skye: She's hooked. All you got to do is reel her in.

Maxie: I was just trying to charm this intern into getting me some ice cream since it's the only thing around here that really qualifies as edible. But instead of taking pity on me, he -- he just spouted out the same old rules and regulations that I hear from Monica. And I assured him that if my understanding father were here, he would say it was ok --

Mac: You know, I'm sure you have work to do. I will try to explain the concept of restricted diet to my daughter.

Maxie: Dad, my reputation as an honest person's at stake here. I swore you'd be flexible.

Nikolas: You want to know the best part about living in a hotel?

Emily: Um -- in-room massage services?

Nikolas: 24-hour room service. You want to have dinner in bed?

Emily: I -- I'd love to but, you know, I just remembered that I have to go to the hospital.

Nikolas: For -- for what? I thought you were off tonight.

Emily: Yeah, I agreed to cover for one of the volunteers. I'm sorry. If I thought about it sooner, I would have been able to make other arrangements, but it's too late now. You know, at least we were able to spend some time together.

Nikolas: Yeah.

Courtney: Ok, ok, I'm proud of you. Is that what you want to hear?

Jax: Well, you know, a little praise wouldn't be inappropriate. You and I both know that it wasn't an easy job.

Courtney: I know, that's true enough.

Jax: You know, I was persistent, wasn't I? I knew that if we'd spend enough time and effort on this, we'd supply all the little swimmers that Dr. Meadows needs.

Courtney: Oh, could you not use that term?

Jax: Well, what euphemism would you prefer? "Genetic material"?

Courtney: We don't need to get specific, ok? All that matters is that after much trial and tribulation, we accomplished what was medically required. Now, with any luck, our baby will be conceived tonight.

Jax: I couldn't have done it without you.

Courtney: Yeah, I noticed.

Jax: Hmm.

Elizabeth: Hey.

Jax: Hey.

Elizabeth: Look who's here.

Lucky: Yeah, I didn't realize you were planning on being here.

Jax: Well, Elizabeth is going to carry our child, and Courtney and I wanted to be here when the baby was conceived -- if that's ok with you.

Sonny: Why'd you bring Carly into this?

Jason: Well, I -- I tried to stop her.

Carly: No, no, he was covering for you, as usual. He was trying to drag me into his apartment until I heard your latest bed bunny braying in my living room.

Sonny: Ok, Carly, first of all, ok, we are divorced. We're not together. Second of all, this is not your home anymore. You don't live here. It's my place.

Carly: Ok, what --

Sonny: Which means I get to take on any tenant that I want.

Carly: Any "tenant" --

Sonny: Yes.

Carly: That you want. Why don't you just call it what it is? You're setting up your latest mistress.

Reese: Don't refer to me that way.

Carly: Oh, ok, I'm sorry. What about hooker? Is that ok? More to the point?

Sonny: Carly -- forget that. Don't -- listen, it's her home now. Show her at least a little bit of decency.

Carly: What about the decency that you owe me after raising a family here, and all the years that we lived in this house? Do you understand? The Christmases and birthdays that we spent in this living room? How many times that Sonny and I made love on this couch? And now, you -- you become his -- his sex toy, and he gives you this apartment because my name isn't on the deed anymore. You know, it's selfish and vindictive, even for you, Sonny. You know what? No, actually, it makes sense, because you have Reese whispering in your ear.

Sonny: Ok -- it wasn't Reese’s idea, Carly.

Carly: Well, you may not see it, Sonny, but I do. This woman is playing you. But you know what? You deserve everything you get.

Skye: I can't believe how well your transformation is working. Tracy can't keep her beady little eyes off you, so I know she saw you leave the room. She'll be here within minutes.

Coleman: I don't know about that. She's pretty busy out there impressing all those society fossils. But I like the change of venue, you know, because I'm always up for a little alone time with you.

Skye: Oh, Coleman, please, this is not the time.

Coleman: No?

Skye: Now, I asked you to sit. Please?

Coleman: All right.

Skye: Ok. Now, sit right there, and try to look seductive. But no sleazy come-ons. Shoot for sincerity.

Coleman: Well, I'm all about sincerity baby.

Tracy: Good, you're alone. Now you can tell me what's going on.

Coleman: Just waiting for you, mama. Come here.

Tracy: Whoa!

Luke: Get your hands off my wife!

Tracy: Get lost.

Jax: So, how are you feeling?

Elizabeth: Perfect.

Courtney: Are you nervous?

Elizabeth: Not really. I mean, Dr. Meadows explained the procedure, and she said it shouldn't be painful. And like I said, I love being pregnant, so --

Jax: Well, you have to know how -- how grateful Courtney and I are -- to both of you.

Elizabeth: Well, we're really glad we can help you guys. And thanks for helping us, too.  Excuse me for a minute.

Courtney: I know this has -- has got to be kind of weird for you.

Lucky: Yeah, it's not something that happens every day. But, you know, I support Elizabeth’s decision.

Elizabeth: Oh, thank God you walked in when you did. Because sitting with the parents of the child you're waiting to be artificially inseminated with gives new meaning to the word "uncomfortable."

Emily: I didn't realize that the procedure would happen so soon.

Elizabeth: Well, isn't that why you're here?

Emily: No, no, I didn't even know you were going to be here.

Elizabeth: Oh. Oh, I just kind of assumed you're here for moral support. Then what are you doing here? Because I know you're not working today.

Emily: Oh, you know, I just didn't have anything else to do, so I decided to come in and make myself useful.

Elizabeth: Wait a minute -- you have free time and you're not spending it with Nikolas? I don't understand.

Emily: You know, it's a delicate process. You know, Nikolas and I are still finding our way, and we don't want to rush things or pressure each other.

Jason: Carly, you need to calm down!

Carly: That's not going to happen. There's something wrong with Reese. I can feel it in my gut.

Jason: Well, I don't disagree with you. But you're angry because Reese is with Sonny and you can't stand it.

Carly: I freely admit I've been jealous -- of Brenda, of Sam, of Alexis, but this is different.

Jason: How is this different?

Carly: Those women were after Sonny. Reese is after me.

Jason: You keep saying that. What is that about?

Carly: Because it's true. You're the one with the analytical mind. Think about it. Since she got here, she has systematically insinuated herself in every area of my life -- my son, my husband --

Jason: Your ex-husband.

Carly: And now my mother?

Jason: What does this have to do with Bobbie?

Carly: Oh, I forgot to tell you that my pig of a father is trying to sue my mother for malpractice. And guess who stepped up in her defense?  Reese. I mean, what's next? Is she going to take Morgan to Mommy and Me?

Jason: Ok, Carly, you're being paranoid.

Carly: That doesn't mean I'm not right. When I first came to town, I had an agenda, too, remember? I was going to try to take from Bobbie everything that mattered to her. Reese is trying to do the same thing to me. And I'm not going to roll over and let her do it.

Sonny: Oh, boy. I'm sorry. You know, Carly had no right to go off like that.

Reese: Sure she did, Sonny. Come on. It doesn't matter that Carly’s name wasn't on the paperwork to this place. This was her home, with all of the sentimental attachment and years of memories that that implies. I really don't blame her for feeling betrayed and violated.

Sonny: Ok, the only thing I regret is the way Carly found out. I -- I planned to tell her myself. But you know what? Things happened. The -- the bottom line is I still want you to move in here.

Reese: You have to realize that there's no way I can live here now.

Jason: Hey.

Sam: Hey. Are you all right?

Jason: Carly.

Sam: Ooh. Headache.

Jason: Yeah, it's a bad one.

Sam: Here. Lean back. Let me see if I can help.

Jason: Don't you want to yell at me?

Sam: Hmm, not particularly. Why, do you want me to?

Jason: Well, you -- first, you can keep doing --

Sam: Ok.

Jason: What you're doing, all right? Thanks. You know, I kind of acted like a jerk about Michael’s therapy.

Sam: Well, you know, you have been under a lot of pressure lately, and I know that, so --

Jason: You're very understanding.

Sam: You know -- more since I've been with you. But an amazing thing happened when I wasn't looking.

Jason: What?

Sam: Right, well, you know, I actually feel safe enough to have an honest difference of opinion without thinking the sky is falling, which is good, because if we agreed on everything, I think that, you know, it would be pretty boring, right?

Jason: Yeah. Yeah, I think -- I think we can agree on one thing.

Sam: That's nice.

Jason: Yeah. So how was -- how was therapy?

Sam: Well, you know, Michael’s not really talking much but -- well, you know, a good thing happened.

Jason: What?

Sam: He made a friend.

Michael: What are you doing here?

Jodie: What do you think? I came to see you.

Michael: But I thought after what happened in the park with your mom, you wouldn't even come near this place.

Jodie: Forget my mom. I don't care what she says. I'm never, ever going to stop being your friend.

Michael: Thanks. You're pretty much the only friend that I have right now.

Luke: Tracy, come on, you're too smart to fall for this.

Tracy: Mmm.

Luke: Come on. Skye just put some designer rags on this loser and tried to lure you away from me for her own purposes.

Coleman: See, there you go again with the names, Duke.

Luke: It's "Luke." She wants me free and you shackled to Fabio.

Coleman: You know what? I'm going to take the high road here, ok? Because I know where you're coming from. You're trying to save face, because obviously, you can't satisfy your wife.

Tracy: Mmm.

Luke: Tracy, what we have is mutually beneficial. It's a good thing.

Tracy: What would that be?

Luke: It's an agreement that we have. It's servicing us both. All he wants is your money.

Tracy: And how is that different from you?

Luke: Because I'm after my own money. Mine. I am not trying to flimflam you with a bunch of bogus romantic hoo-ha. I respect you for the ruthless schemer you are, and I savor the opportunity to match wits with you every day. I mean, I love it. What we have is better than sex. Almost.

Tracy: Well, I guess since you put it that way.

Coleman: Ahem --

Luke: Excuse us. We have a party to host.

Tracy: You clean up really good.

Luke: Yeah, yeah.

Coleman: Yeah.

Luke: Yeah.

Coleman: Making a big mistake, mama.

Luke: We'll see about that.

Coleman: Keep it cool, Duke. Keep it cool. Damn. Well, fish aren't biting today, babe.

Skye: It's worst than I thought. I'm afraid Luke might actually be falling for that viper.

Carly: Lorenzo, wait.

[Lorenzo whistles]

Lorenzo: You look stunning. And in record time, too. When you said you were running behind, I was prepared for a longer wait.

Carly: I wasn't about to let you walk in here and give the Quartermaines and their snooty friends a reason to gossip and speculate.

Lorenzo: I don't care what those people think.

Carly: I know you don’t. That's one of the reasons I love you.

Lorenzo: You know, I'd kiss you for that, but I don't want to mess with perfection.

Carly: Flattery. It'll get you everything.

Lorenzo: So what was the delay?

Carly: Oh, my father. He still can't feel his legs, and now he's trying to sue my mother. And it's just -- it's absurd and crazy and she's shattered, of course. So I just got held up at the hospital trying to help, you know.

Reese: Carly was brutal about it, but she made some valid points, Sonny. This was her home for years.

Sonny: And now she chose to, you know, make her home with Mr. Alcazar.

Reese: Is that why you wanted me to move in here? Payback to Carly for marrying somebody that you don't approve of?

Sonny: Oh -- how many times do I got to -- hey, look, Carly and I were divorced at my instigation.

Reese: But then something happens, and the sparks start flying between the two of you, Sonny, again and again.

Sonny: Hey, listen to me, ok? Yeah. Carly pushes my buttons, and I don't like when she barges in here telling me how to run my life, but it has nothing to do with you living here.

Reese: It --

Sonny: I mean, I can't afford to sell this place. Jason lives across the hall, my people are in and out of here all the time. We can't afford some nosy neighbor to witness something that could be, you know, incriminating -- if you know what I mean. So the place stands empty, or I rent it out to somebody that I trust. And that would be you.

Reese: Do you know how important that is to me? Do you?

Sonny: Well, it is to me.

Reese: Really important.

Sonny: So you're saying -- is that a yes?

Reese: Ok. I'll live here.

Sonny: Damn. Got to work so hard just to get you to say it.

Reese: Yeah, but you're so good at it.

[Knock on door]

Sonny: What the -- oh --

Max: Ms. Marshall's luggage.

Reese: What?

Sonny: Yeah. Huh.

Reese: Wait a minute. You had me moved out of my hotel room and all my stuff brought here before I'd even agree to live here? Whoa -- that is so unbelievably arrogant. Well, you know what? You and your penthouse and your massive ego can take a flying leap.

Sonny: Um -- Max, can you just go ahead and leave the bags at the door?

Reese: Max, take them back downstairs, please. This is wrong on so many levels; I don't even know where to start.

Sonny: Ok, take, take -- I apologize. I shouldn't have presumed.

Reese: Are you just saying that or do you really mean it?

Sonny: No, I want to do something nice for you. I want, you know, for you to live in a place where you can be comfortable, safe. It just so happens to have a beautiful view. Ok? You've done a lot for me and I wanted to give something back, so I had Max pack up your things because I was pretty sure I could convince you to stay. I guess I was just, you know, being optimistic. I can see how that, you know, came across kind of rude and arrogant. But, yes, I meant the apology. Whether you stay here or not is up to you. I mean, I will promise you that I will not influence or control your decision, ok? Just think about it and then get back to me. All right?

Reese: Oh, God.

Carly: God, I hope they have decent hors d'oeuvres there. I'm starving. Actually, I don't think a little nibble is going to cut it. Can we stop and get French fries on the way home?

Lorenzo: Hmm, as long as you don't dunk them in mayonnaise.

Reese: Oh, honestly, Caroline, that is so gross.

Carly: You don't know what you're missing out on.

Reese: Oh, I know what you're missing out on -- a boyfriend. No guy is going to want to be with you when he finds out you dip your fries in disgusting mayonnaise. Ugh.

Carly: My friend Charlotte in high school used to warn me that I would lose a guy if he ever found out about my thing for mayonnaise fries. Does that mean that I'm going to lose you?

Lorenzo: No. I love you, peculiar eating habits and all. You got me for life.

Sam: So what has Carly done now?

Jason: Oh, she's -- she's on a rampage about Sonny moving Reese into the penthouse.

Sam: Reese?

Jason: Yes, I --

Sam: She's going to live next door?

Jason: I don't like it, either --

Sam: Oh --

Jason: For a lot of reasons. She's a fed --

Sam: Yeah.

Jason: And I don't trust Reese nearly as much as Sonny seems to, but it doesn't matter because I'm stuck with Carly control anyway, so --

Sam: Carly must be flipping out.

Jason: Well, yeah, well, she's managed to convince herself that Reese has some personal vendetta against her; that she's out to take everything that belongs to Carly.

Sam: No, that doesn't seem right. Reese is here, she's an F.B.I. agent assigned to a kidnapping case. I think her presence here was more about the kids and not about Carly.

Jason: Well, try telling that to Carly. She thinks that Reese is the devil walking, and I know Carly. She's going to do something crazy; she's going to come up with some kind of plan. I just hope, you know, whatever happens, it doesn't put Michael in the middle.

Sam: Well, you know, at least Michael has someone to talk to.

Jason: Yeah, well, this Jodie -- where did they meet each other?

Sam: You know, I think she's a neighborhood kid. She lives in --

Jason: "She"?

Sam: Yeah -- she. Look, I honestly think Michael is having his first crush, so you can't say anything, ok, because Jodie’s parents -- they don't approve of Sonny.

Michael: My dad's really rich and powerful and everybody is jealous, so they say that he's bad, but he isn’t.

Jodie: So all this stuff that's on the news?

Michael: Well, that's lies, mostly.

Jodie: Has your dad ever killed anyone?

Michael: Only to protect his family.

Jodie: I thought maybe that's why you killed A.J. -- to be like your father.

Michael: I told you the truth. I didn't mean to kill A.J. and it bothers me that I did.

Jodie: You haven't told Dr. Thomas, have you?

Michael: I can't tell anyone. I don't know what they do to kids who killed people, so -- but I'm sure it's pretty bad.

Jodie: Don't worry. I won't say a word, I promise.

Michael: Thanks. I'm glad you're my friend.

Jodie: Me, too.

Michael: Hey, my dad's home. Do you want to meet him?

Jodie: That can't happen, Michael -- not ever.

Nurse: Elizabeth, Dr. Meadows is ready for you.

Elizabeth: Well, here I go.

Lucky: I don't know what to say. Good luck?

Elizabeth: That'll do. Relax. Everything's going to be fine, ok? All right?

Jax: Fingers crossed.

Elizabeth: Hmm.

Lucky: Hey, I'm going to go -- I'm going to talk to my brother.

Jax: We'll just be right here.

Lucky: Right.

Nikolas: Hey.

Lucky: Hey. Hey, you want to go to the cafeteria and grab a cup of coffee?

Nikolas: Well, I'm actually looking for -- for Emily. She's filling in for another volunteer. Is she around?

Lucky: Yeah, you know what? She stopped by earlier, but she wasn't working. She spoke to Elizabeth for a few minutes and then she left.

Courtney: You know, maybe we should just go home. I mean, there's not really anything else we can do.

Jax: I was kind of hoping to see Elizabeth, ask her about the procedure.

Courtney: Ok. Well, will you make my apologies? I'm going to go home.

Jax: You all right?

Courtney: Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine. I just don't really want to be here right now.

Jax: Ok. I'll see you back at home.

Courtney: Ok.

Jax: I love you.

Courtney: Hmm. I love you, too. And I can't wait to hold our baby in my arms. See you.

Jax: You know, I can't blame you for having a problem with this. I'm not sure how I'd feel with -- about the woman I loved agreeing to carry another man's child.

Lucky: Yeah, I'm getting used to the idea.

Jax: But, really, Courtney and I can't thank you enough -- you and Elizabeth. I mean, this baby means everything to us.

Maxie: You again?

Jesse: Came to update your chart.

Maxie: You're such a goofball.

Jesse: A grateful one. So I brought you something.

Maxie: A surprise.

Jesse: A thank-you gift for not busting me to the commissioner. I hope you like chocolate.

Maxie: Doesn't everybody? Thank you a million times, thank you. You should go into medicine. You just saved my life. Give it to me.

Jesse: What was that your father said about a restricted diet?

Maxie: Oh. Well, I can't eat ice cream all day long, but neither can anybody else, and I've been taking the medicine that the doctor gave me. She said an occasional treat was fine. Are you trying to torture me?

Jesse: Just want to make sure you don't have a heart attack or anything.

Maxie: I'm not going to have another heart attack unless you keep holding that cup out of my reach. You know, for a desperate fugitive, you're kind of a nice guy.

Jesse: I'm a little less desperate thanks to you.

Michael: I told you my dad wasn't dangerous, so I thought you believed me.

Jodie: I do.

Michael: But then why don't you want to go inside and meet him?

Jodie: I promised my dad I wouldn't go near yours.

Sonny: Michael, you up there?

Jodie: Don't tell him I'm here.

Sonny: Michael?

Michael: Hey, dad.

Sonny: Hey. What are -- what are you doing on the terrace?

Michael: Looking for constellations.

Sonny: Did you find any?

Michael: No.

Sonny: No? Hmm. Tell you what -- sit down for a second, all right? One of these days, you know what we'll do in the summer?

Michael: What? What?

Sonny: We'll go out and we'll, you know, get the flashlight and that book that Jason gave you for Christmas. What do you think about that?

Michael: Sounds cool. Hey, want to know what I just realized?

Sonny: Uh-uh. What?

Michael: There is way less light pollution here --

Sonny: Mm-hmm.

Michael: Than there was at the penthouse.

Sonny: Funny you should bring that up.

Michael: Huh.

Sonny: Because it's something I needed to talk to you about.

Michael: Ok. What about?

Sonny: Uh -- you know Agent Marshall, right?

Michael: Uh-huh.

Sonny: Well, I -- I asked her to -- to move into the penthouse. I mean, I -- hey, the arrangements can be changed if that's going to be a problem for you.

Michael: Well, I liked the penthouse --

Sonny: Right.

Michael: When we lived there as a family, but now we're here and mom's at Alcazar's and it doesn't matter anymore, so you can give it to whoever you want.

Carly: Have you seen Lorenzo?

Skye: Not since he first arrived.

Carly: Maybe he's out on the terrace.

Skye: Carly? Do you realize how deeply Lorenzo loves you?

Carly: Yes.

Skye: No, I mean, do you understand how rare it is to find a man to show you the kind of devotion that Lorenzo heaps on you every single day? He waited years for you. He didn't get frustrated and give up. He held on, he believed in what you had together, and he made a commitment to you and he is going to honor that and not change his mind when another challenging woman walks into the room. You're very lucky, Carly. I hope you know that.

Carly: Hi, can I get a taxi right away to 66 Harbor View Road? Thanks. I'll be waiting by the gate. Hi, waiter? My husband is Lorenzo Alcazar. Do you know him? Dark hair, blue eyes, cowboy boots?

Waiter: I'm familiar with Mr. Alcazar.

Carly: He loves tequila. Could you do me a favor and make sure his glass stays full? I'm going to be gone for a while and I just don't want him to notice.

Elizabeth: Hey, Jax.

Jax: Hey. How'd it go?

Elizabeth: Just as Dr. Meadows said -- quick and painless. Where is Lucky and Courtney?

Jax: Oh, Lucky got called away on a case and Courtney had to go, so I'm free to give you a ride home.

Elizabeth: Oh, that's ok. I can just take a cab.

Jax: For all we know, you could be pregnant with my child. The least thing I could do is give you a ride.

Elizabeth: Hmm. Ok.

Nikolas: Hey. I'm sorry, I'm sorry. Are you ok? Is there anything I can do to help?

Emily: I'm sorry for coming over without calling, Sam. I just desperately need some advice and I didn't know who else to go to.

Sam: I'm flattered. I'm flattered you thought of me.

Emily: Are -- are we alone? Is anybody else here?

Sam: Yeah -- no, no. Absolutely we're alone.

Emily: Ok.

Sam: Jason's out on business. What's the problem?

Emily: Oh, um -- I'm still not feeling anything with Nikolas and I'm afraid that he's starting to suspect and I need to turn things around.

Sam: Well, what do you mean?

Emily: I need to find a way to get back to the way things were, you know? To love him the way he needs. I want to make him happy.

Luke: Enjoying the moonlight?

Skye: Just getting a little fresh air.

Luke: I don't blame you. Pretty stale crowd in there.

Skye: Well, you better get used to them. Some of Tracy’s favorite people.

Luke: You are my favorite people.

Skye: Why can't I believe you?

Luke: When did you stop?

Lorenzo: Have either of you seen Carly?

Michael: Thanks for waiting.

Jodie: Where'd you come from?

Michael: I had to go up to my room and sneak out my window.

Jodie: It sounded like whatever your dad said was bad news.

Michael: Well, he's moving his new girlfriend into our old house. It's ok, it was empty anyways.

Jodie: It's so weird when your parents fall in love with other people. It's like you don't even matter anymore.

Michael: But you matter, to me at least.

Jodie: You matter to me, too, Michael.

Reese: Hi.

Sonny: Hi.

Reese: So, I'm ready to accept your apology.

Sonny: Oh.

Reese: And your offer.

Sonny: You going to move into the penthouse?

Reese: Well, you don't seem surprised.

Sonny: Well, I was actually thinking that maybe you might come over here, you know, in person and give me your decision whatever it was. And I was actually -- I was going to make this incredible dinner.

Reese: Really?

Sonny: But then I thought to myself, "You know, that could be too presumptuous and a little bit arrogant," so, see? I do learn.

Reese: Great. So you're trying to tell me now that there's nothing to eat?

Sonny: I'll make you anything you want.

Reese: Anything?

Sonny: Yeah, you -- yeah, just name it.

Reese: Ok, what if -- what if I want something that'll totally gross you out like mayonnaise and French fries?

[Reese chuckles]

Sonny: That's -- that's actually Carly’s favorite.

Reese: Oh, right.

Sonny: How could -- how could you know that?

Jason: Carly, what are you doing?

Carly: Oh! Look, I know you and Sonny don't believe me, but Reese Marshall has an agenda, and I'm going to prove it.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Sam: Tell him how you're feeling.

Courtney: I just didn't expect to feel so inadequate.

Nikolas: There's a lot of that going around.

Reese: Michael told me that Carly likes mayo on her French fries.

Jason: I knew you would do something crazy, Carly.

Carly: Why is it crazy to go through her stuff?

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