General Hospital Transcript Thursday 8/4/05
Jax: Come on in.
Elizabeth: I can't thank you guys enough.
Jax: You know, you have to stop thanking us. You are the surrogate mother to our child. You just lost your home in a fire. The least we can do is put you up until you get back on your feet, right, Courtney?
Courtney: Yeah, right.
Jax: Ok, well, I'll see you ladies in a little while.
Courtney: Wait --
Elizabeth: You're leaving?
Jax: I'm just going to leave you guys alone for a while, if that's ok. I'm sure you have a lot to talk about.
Maxie: Hey, dad.
Mac: "Hey, dad"?
Jesse: Commissioner Scorpio --
Maxie: No, no, no. No, you don't have to apologize. Look, dad, not to be disrespectful, but I'm almost 19 and I can do whatever I want, whenever I want, with whomever I want, and you can't stop me.
Mac: Fine. Fine, from now on, you're on your own. And since you won't be living under my roof anymore, I am cutting off all financial support. You'll pay for your meals, your cell phone, and your college. That's what grownups do.
Jesse: Commissioner Scorpio --
Mac: Don't talk. Don't talk. You don't want to have to deal with me. You want to be independent? Now you are.
Jesse: You can still work this out. Go after him.
Maxie: I'm not going anywhere.
Monica: He really thought he was doing the right thing. For all the suffering, please, please forgive him.
Sonny: "Forgive him, father, for he has sinned"?
Sonny: Are you hiding something, Monica?
Monica: It's called praying, Sonny. Even a mob boss can't control that.
Sonny: No, I wouldn't even try. But you mentioned something about someone in pain who needs forgiveness? What are you talking about?
Monica: I don't know. Pick a name. How about Jason? You turned my son into a killer. He's going to need a lot of God's mercy for that.
Alan: She's lying. Monica was talking about me.
Jason: Sam? He tried. It was Dr. Thomas. He tried to kill me.
Carly: What are you doing?
Dr. Thomas: Uh, nothing. I was just checking to see if there'd been any change. I'm sorry to say there hasn't been.
Carly: Wait, what's wrong with him?
Sam: Hold on, you were in here with Dr. Thomas?
Carly: Yeah, for a second --
Sam: Jason? Jason?
Carly: What is wrong with you?
Sam: Please be all right.
Courtney: What, you already got Cameron to sleep?
Elizabeth: Oh, yeah, that kid goes out like a light, unless he's sick. I got Cameron to sleep through the night by the time he was 3 months old.
Courtney: That's impressive. What's your secret?
Elizabeth: Blind luck, I guess. I got a good baby.
Courtney: You're just being modest. It's more than that. I mean, Cameron feels safe with you because you're just so at ease with him, you know, so confident. You seem to exude mother.
Elizabeth: Can I say something?
Courtney: Do you have to?
Elizabeth: I think I should.
Courtney: Oh. Ok. I'll be brave.
Elizabeth: Ok. For the record, I'm not interested in Jax, and I don't plan to be either. I'm madly in love with Lucky and I know that we're going to be together forever.
Courtney: Well, I thought that -- that maybe you and Lucky had broken up.
Elizabeth: Because he moved out? No, that was his idea, not mine, and I fought it all the way.
Courtney: So why did he?
Elizabeth: The surrogacy.
Courtney: It's caused its share of problems, hasn't it?
Elizabeth: Wow. For Lucky, it was making him feel sullen and resentful and he was acting in ways that are not like him. And instead of being in the middle, he just wanted to get out and not exacerbate the problems everyone else has been having.
Courtney: That's noble.
Elizabeth: Yeah, it is. It makes me love him even more.
Courtney: So then you guys are going to keep seeing each other?
Elizabeth: Oh, yeah, without a doubt, and then after I have the baby, we'll move back in together. Thanks.
Courtney: Speaking of problems, Elizabeth, I just want you to know that mine were never about you. Well, at least not this time. Look, it's -- it's just about the way Jaxís eyes light up when they land on you.
Elizabeth: It's because of the baby.
Courtney: No, I know, I know. I mean, I've already got this all figured out in my head. It's just the surrogacy brings up all my insecurities about not being enough and so, I don't know, I have these big overreactions and I see things that aren't there and I guess my jealousy button gets pushed. You say that Lucky was acting resentful? I totally understand that. I mean, sometimes I feel the same way. It's just you and my husband are sharing the one most profound thing that I can't and never will, and -- and so I get defensive, especially with Jax, which is ungracious and unfair. See, I know all this. I just -- I can't seem to stop myself.
Dillon: Why are we at Kellyís?
Georgie: Sodas, and maybe some cheesecake. Think about it.
Dillon: Yeah, which we could have just gotten at Pizza Shack.
Georgie: Ok, first of all, the Pizza Shack only serves ice cream. And, second, Dillon, I work there. I really don't want to spend my spare time there. But if, you know, you're tired of Kellyís, we could go to the coffeehouse across the street from the campus, if you want.
Dillon: Really? Because every time I try to get you to go there, you come up with some excuse not to. I think the closest you've actually been to P.C.U. is the Pizza Shack, and that's, like, six blocks away.
Georgie: Well, it's not like I've been avoiding it or anything.
Dillon: Uh-huh. Are you sure?
Georgie: Are you interrogating me?
Dillon: No, I'm -- I'm just -- I'm asking a question, and you don't have to answer if you don't want to.
Georgie: Ok. Maybe I have been avoiding the campus, but not intentionally. It's just every time I go there, I think about Maxie and you and Brook and even Diego going there in the fall and me not.
Dillon: Georgie, it's one year, and we all live in the same town together anyway, so --
Georgie: Don't you think I tell myself that 50 times a day? Dillon, instead of making me feel better, it makes me feel incredibly guilty. Dillon, you were accepted to one of the best film schools in the country and you didn't go because of me.
Dillon: Look at me. I made a decision to stay with you, and I don't regret that. And more importantly, it really helps me navigate with my mom because I know that she's going to be trying to threaten to take away my tuition the whole year and I don't have to deal with that, so it works out for the better.
Georgie: Are you sure?
Dillon: How many people go to film school? Ok, better question -- of those people, how many do you think go on to become great directors? I'm saying -- listen to me. I'm saying it's better to start from the bottom and work your way up. You know, I get a liberal arts degree from P.C.U., right? I go out to Hollywood, I become, like, a mailroom clerk or something. I just -- I learn the business. You know what I mean? I go to A.F.I. or some other film program, and then four years later I've got that much more experience under my belt and, plus, I can support myself. You know what I mean? I don't have to worry about relying on my mom for every penny and I don't have to worry about her blackmailing me every second.
Georgie: If you had gone to film school, I would have missed you like crazy. But I would have been really happy that you were living your dream.
Dillon: Georgie, I never wanted to leave you. But I'll tell you one thing. When I saw you in that hospital bed, I knew that the only thing that I want more than being a director is you. Ok?
John: Reese. Why am I here?
Reese: I want to discuss reopening A.J. Quartermaine's murder investigation.
John: So then you agree that Rachel Adairís so-called confession was a decoy?
John: So that Michael doesn't have to face charges?
Reese: Michael didn't kill A.J., and neither did Rachel Adair.
John: Well, hallelujah. This is what I've been saying all along. Which, of course, leaves us with Sonny.
Alan: Everyone seems to believe that A.J. was incapable of remorse. It's not true. After the drunk-driving accident that put Jason in a coma, A.J. was out of his mind with guilt. There was a real possibility that Jason wasn't going to regain consciousness, that he'd have to be put on life support, that he was going to be trapped in his own body. And A.J. couldnít bear it. So he tried to convince somebody at General Hospital to end Jasonís life.
Sonny: This actually happened?
Alan: Yes. Jason almost died. The flow of oxygen was cut off from his brain.
Sonny: You telling me you did this, Alan?
Alan: No. I'm the one who actually saved his life. But I didn't know anything about this until much later.
Sonny: How did you find out?
Alan: A.J. wrote a letter. It was a full confession. He actually wanted to go to the police, but I wouldn't let him.
Sonny: Ok, did A.J. name the person who injected Jasonís I.V.?
Alan: No. It wasn't in the letter. I have no idea.
Sonny: I do.
Alan: Then tell me, who tried to kill my son, Sonny?
Monica: Oh, your son? Excuse me, Alan. How many times have you told me that Jason was dead in your eyes? Well, you can't take it back now. Jason is lost to you, and you have only yourself to blame.
Carly: Why didn't you call me and tell me something was wrong?
Sam: What was Dr. Thomas doing when you came in?
Carly: I don't know, I don't know. He was checking on Jason. Nothing that I saw. What --
Sam: Ok, you have to keep him away from Jason, please, ok, Carly?
Carly: Why? What possible reason would Dr. Thomas have to hurt Jason?
Sam: Ok, if you never believe a word that I ever say in my entire life, I am begging you just to believe this and keep him away from Jason, please.
Carly: Ok, this whole mystery scenario is getting old. Jason is my best friend. It's always been that way, long before you got here.
Sam: I know, I know, I know. You really don't know what's going on right now, ok?
Carly: And you're really trying to keep it that way. Why you trying to squeeze me out?
Sam: Oh my gosh, Carly, I really -- I don't have time for this petty crap right now. Please, I'm asking you --
Carly: You're not going to do this to me, Sam.
Sonny: Carly -- what are you doing?
Courtney: You know, I go for a run in the park every morning and I used to love it, you know, just being inside my body and not having a thought in my head, just being inside the zone, you know? But I don't know, it's different now. I mean, I notice all the moms with their kids. They're feeding the ducks or kissing their boo-boos or refereeing their squabbles --
Courtney: Complaining about how their kids run them ragged. I don't know, I envy them so much.
Elizabeth: Well, enjoy the freedom while you can because it's all about to change. You won't even recognize your life. In the end, it doesn't really matter who carries the baby. It's about love. And when this child, your child, is placed in your arms, all questions will be answered and all fears resolved.
Courtney: You sound so sure.
Elizabeth: I am. I am. My life was a chaotic mess when I got pregnant with Cameron. But once I had him and I looked into that precious little boy's face, I realized that nothing I'd been worrying about matters. Only Cameron matters and making sure that this innocent little soul entrusted to me has the best life possible. And that's what's going to happen to you. The first time you look into your baby's eyes will be the most amazing moment of your life. And I'm just so honored I get to share it with you.
Courtney: You mean give it to me. Elizabeth, I am forever grateful to you. I hope you know that.
Maxie: I meant what I said. I'm not going to let my parents dictate my life anymore.
Jesse: You may feel all empowered right now, but wait till reality sets in and your tuition's due or your car breaks down.
Maxie: Iíll manage.
Jesse: Really? Have you thought about where you're going to live?
Maxie: It has crossed my mind.
Jesse: Oh, no. No, not here. I am not going to be responsible for you.
Maxie: Who asked you to be?
Jesse: Don't let your mouth get you into trouble you don't need. Go home, apologize to your dad, and work out a compromise.
Maxie: I can't believe you. Of course you're going to use this as an excuse to push me away.
Mike: Yeah? Excuse me. Did you find Lucky?
Mac: What kind of manager or landlord or whatever you are doesn't know which rooms the tenants live in?
Mike: What? Oh, right, right, he's down the hall now. I forgot. Sorry. Hey, no harm, right?
Georgie: Hey, what's wrong?
Mac: Maxie's moving out. You can have her room.
Georgie: Whoa. Since when?
Mac: Well, since Maxie decided that she only wants to follow the rules that she makes for herself.
Georgie: Wait a minute. You're not really going to let her leave, are you?
Mac: Maxie's of age. I can't stop her.
Georgie: Yeah, but dad, where's she going to live?
Mac: She's going to have to figure that out for herself. And don't go trying to convince me to beg her to stay, ok? I'm done.
Georgie: Wait, Mac -- dad, Maxie almost died. You were terrified that you were going to loser her, but she came back to us. Can you really push her away now?
Monica: For 10 years, you tried to force Jason back into a life he didn't remember. You were so determined to get back that son you lost that you just refused to acknowledge the man that he became.
Alan: I refused to accept the choice that he made.
Monica: The choices that he made, Alan, weíre because he was brain damaged, and it was A.J. that caused that damage. If it wasn't in that car accident, it was the murderer he hired to kill Jason.
Alan: A.J. tried to save Jasonís life.
Monica: You read A.J.'S confession 10 years ago. You've known this all along!
Alan: What was I supposed to do, turn him over to the police?
Monica: He should have been accountable. He should have been made to take responsibility for once in his life, Alan! If he had, maybe Michael wouldn't have been kidnapped, maybe you wouldn't have been shot, and he might be alive. You have cost me both my sons, and for that I cannot forgive you!
Sonny: Carly, she's not the enemy here. There's a lot you don't know about.
Carly: Ok. Well, I'm here now, so tell me.
Sonny: We don't have time, Carly.
Carly: Oh, ok, so you're cutting me out now, too?
Sonny: I'm not cutting you out. It's just that I can't fill you in on everything because Jasonís life is in danger.
Carly: And I'm not in the inner circle anymore, right?
Sonny: No, no, no --
Carly: Doesn't matter how much I love Jason. You're closing ranks. Ok. Ok, fine.
Sonny: Carly, that's not what I'm saying. Is he all right?
Sam: Yeah, yeah, he seems to be. Listen, Sonny, actually, you know what? Thank God Carly showed up when she did because she probably saved Jasonís life.
Sonny: Listen, A.J. hired somebody in this hospital to kill Jason after the accident.
Sonny: Alan Quartermaine told me the whole thing. He's known all along.
Sam: Oh, Dr. Thomas.
Sonny: Had to be.
Sam: That's the connection, the memory Jason was trying to grab on to.
Sonny: All right, let's take the next logical step here. A.J. was making noise about, you know, pleading insanity for the kidnapping case for Michael, right? So he probably went to Dr. Thomas to help him make the case.
Sam: Dr. Thomas refuses; A.J. threatens to tell about the botched attempt to kill Jason, and Dr. Thomas had to stop him.
Sonny: And all he has to do is stop Jason from remembering.
Reese: Sonny wouldn't murder an innocent woman and then forge a phony suicide note. It's not his style.
John: A year ago, you were trying to bust that thug, and now you're an expert on the subtleties of Sonny's murdering techniques? That must make for some interesting pillow talk.
Reese: Sonny didn't do it.
John: Excuse me if I don't take your word for it. Have you got another suspect?
Reese: Dr. Thomas.
John: What, Michaelís therapist?
Reese: Before Rachel Adair died, she told me she saw Dr. Thomas coming out of A.J.'s room around the time that he was murdered, and I think Dr. Thomas killed Rachel Adair to stop her from telling anybody else.
John: Uh-huh. And why would Dr. Thomas want to kill A.J.?
Reese: Well, I think that Dr. Thomas and A.J. had some illegal dealings in the past that blew up in the present and cost A.J. his life.
John: You -- you wouldn't have anything in the way of proof, would you?
Reese: I'm working on it.
John: Yeah, well, until you do, stop wasting my time.
Carly: You're not going anywhere till you tell me what the hell is going on with Jason.
Georgie: Please sit? Sorry. Dad, forget about what Maxie says she wants. That changes from minute to minute. And you can't hold anything she says in front of Jesse against her. She's trying to impress him, show how grown-up she is, really.
Mac: I hope it worked.
Georgie: I cannot believe you're being this way.
Mac: What do you want from me, Georgie? Maxie is of age, all right? I can't force her to live with me, and if it makes her so unhappy, then she shouldnít.
Georgie: This is great. Maxie's going to do something stupid and potentially dangerous, and you're going to let her because both of you are too pigheaded to rethink a position. This is great, dad.
Elizabeth: Ok. I left my cell number in case there's a problem.
Jax: Oh, don't worry, Cameronís in good hands.
Elizabeth: I know, I know. Thanks again, you guys. Wish me luck.
Courtney: Nah, you won't need it.
Elizabeth: Yeah, not if the talk I have with Lucky goes half as well as the one I had with you. It really helped just being honest.
Courtney: It helped me, too.
Elizabeth: Ok. Thanks, you guys. Bye.
Jax: See you later.
Courtney: Oh, don't look so smug.
Courtney: Oh. Looks like it's time for a crash course in baby care.
Courtney: Oh, hi. Hey, buddy.
Jax: Hey, what's up, big guy?
Courtney: Looks like he's already gotten used to his new place, huh?
Jax: Why don't we give him the grand tour? Then we'll break out our finest animal cookies. What do you say?
Courtney: Yummy. Aw.
Reese: Whatever is going on, Carly, it doesn't concern you.
Carly: My son was accused of A.J.'s murder. Don't tell me I'm not involved.
Reese: And this doesn't have anything to do with Michael anymore.
Carly: Oh, really? Because the last time I checked, Dr. Thomas was Michaelís therapist. Sam seems to think he's some kind of danger to Jason.
Reese: Ok, and Sonny is taking care of it, and he'll decide if and when you need to know, all right? In the meantime, go home to your husband, ok?
Carly: Ok, are you and Sam some kind of tag team now? You try to cut me out of my son's life while she tries to cut me out of Jasonís?
Reese: Carly, Alcazar is your husband. Go home to him, to your husband. That is the choice you made, that's what you want, so don't come around here and try to --
Carly: And what? And what? Take your place? Is that what you're worried about?
Reese: You are the one thing that I am not worried about.
Sonny: I know who tried to kill you, Jason. I'm on it, and the bastard will not get another chance.
Sam: Hey, I brought Max up to speed.
Max: Just tell me what you need.
Sonny: I want you to watch him. Do not let anyone in.
Max: You got it.
Sonny: There's nowhere to run, you son of a bitch!
Dillon: Thanks. Food's ready.
Georgie: Great. We'll leave you two to work this out.
Maxie: Oh, there's nothing to work out. It's already settled.
Georgie: Maxie --
Maxie: I'm going to have my stuff out by morning.
Mac: If you need help moving, you know where to find me.
Georgie: Dad --
Dillon: Well, if I hadn't seen that with my own eyes, I probably wouldn't believe it.
Maxie: What's the big deal? Everybody moves out eventually. It's just my time. I'll admit the timing isn't perfect, but it rarely is.
Georgie: Maxie, going away for school is different than actually leaving.
Maxie: I think you're going to get used to the idea when you get my room.
Georgie: You're not scared?
Maxie: No. No, I'm actually kind of excited. The only thing is this all happened so fast that I'm not quite sure where I'm going to stay tonight.
Dillon: Hmm. What about Jesse?
Maxie: Jesse's a jerk.
Georgie: Ok. What about the Quartermaines'? They have more rooms than they know what to do with.
Dillon: Uh-huh, and dobermans and a new security system to which they have not given me the code.
Georgie: Well, what about the Haunted Star? Does Luke have any other rooms?
Dillon: No. Just mine.
Georgie: Well, you could stay there.
Lucky: So why did you need to see me?
Elizabeth: You need to know something. My grandmother went on a cruise and sublet her house. Jax and Courtney offered to put me up, and I agreed.
Lucky: Well, how do you want me to respond? Beg you to move back in together? I mean, tell you that we can find another place, that we don't need these people?
Elizabeth: Yes. That's exactly what I want.
Carly: Come on, Max, let me just see him.
Max: No. Look, no one goes in. It's Sonny's orders, all right?
Carly: Yeah, Sonny was talking about people who mean Jason harm. I don't mean him any harm. I mean, let me just go in and see him. Come on, come on, Max.
Max: Just make it quick, all right?
Carly: Jase. What happened to you? No one will tell me anything. They're all trying to lock me out -- Sam and Reese -- and they're using my marriage to Lorenzo to do it. It's not fair. Jase, please -- please come back. Oh, God.
Sonny: Get back.
Mike: There you go. Enjoy.
Elizabeth: Thanks, Mike.
Lucky: More than anything, I wish I could give you what you need. But I can't. I'm living in one room above Kellyís with a bathroom down the hall.
Elizabeth: Yeah, but we've lived there before, and besides, it would only be temporary.
Lucky: We didn't have Cameron then. He deserves better and so do you. You know what? In a weird way, things worked out for the best. It makes sense that you live with Jax and Courtney while you're pregnant with their baby.
Elizabeth: What am I supposed to do with the way I'm going to miss you?
Lucky: Know that I'm here missing you just as much.
Elizabeth: I hate that we have to be apart, even for a day.
Lucky: So do I. We were just getting used to the whole living-together thing.
Elizabeth: Well, then maybe we should rethink the whole situation.
Lucky: Don't -- we're doing the right thing, so don't make this any harder than it is.
Elizabeth: I love you, Lucky.
Lucky: I love you.
Dillon: Ok. Home sweet home.
Georgie: I forgot how small it is.
Maxie: It's ok, I'm only here for one night.
Georgie: And then what, Maxie, realistically?
Maxie: I don't know. I'll figure it out when I get there. Right now I'm just really happy to have a floor to sleep on.
Georgie: No, no, Dillon is going to sleep on the floor.
Dillon: Ha. Floor's great. Love the floor. Love the -- good for the back.
Georgie: It's dad. I'll call you in the morning.
Maxie: Can't wait.
Georgie: As for you?
Dillon: Mm-hmm? Hmm.
Georgie: Call me first thing.
Dillon: Oh, ok. I can --
Georgie: Ok? Bye.
Dillon: I'm going to call her first thing.
Maxie: So, roomie --
Sonny: Durant, listen to me, I don't have time for this right now. I got to stop Dr. Thomas before he gets to Jason. He's the one who killed A.J.
John: Yeah, well, your girlfriend already tried to sell me this theory. That's all it is, a theory. Theory's no evidence, Dr. Thomas had no motive.
Sonny: Ok, here's your motive, all right? A.J. hired Dr. Thomas 10 years ago to kill Jason by putting something in his I.V. It almost worked. Jason flatlined, but Alan Quartermaine revived him.
John: And how do you know this?
Sonny: Because Alan Quartermaine told me himself. He's been sitting on the letter that A.J. wrote admitting everything.
Sam: When Michaelís kidnapping blew up in A.J.'s face, he tried to blackmail Dr. Thomas by getting him to help him into an insanity defense, but Dr. Thomas obviously refused, so A.J. was going to --
Sonny: Ok, look, you want to arrest me? Go ahead and arrest me, interrogate me, whatever you need to do, Durant, but you'd better get your guys down here to stop Thomas because he's the real killer.
John: I think I'm looking at my killer.
Reese: If you allow Dr. Thomas to kill again just because of your stupid vendetta against Sonny, Durant, I will make it my life's mission to destroy you.
Carly: Thank you for letting me see Jason.
Max: I'd appreciate it if you didn't mention this to Sonny, all right?
Carly: Don't worry. Just take care of Jason.
Max: I will.
Jax: You know, I'm glad that you and Elizabeth got to talk.
Courtney: Shh. You're going to wake up our little houseguest.
Jax: Ok, fine. We won't talk.
Courtney: Ok, push. Push. You're doing good. You're doing good. Push! Come on! You can do it!
Elizabeth: She's perfect.
Courtney: I can't wait to hold her. Hi, sweetheart. Hi. Welcome to the world.
Jax: Time to take my two girls home. Thanks, Elizabeth.
Courtney: Yeah, thank you.
Elizabeth: My baby.
Jax: Hey. I heard you scream out. Is the baby ok?
Elizabeth: What? Yeah. Yeah, the baby's fine. I must have just had a dream.
Maxie: Ok, this is beyond silly. Why don't you just get in the bed?
Dillon: Oh, I don't know. I don't think I can do that.
Maxie: Why not?
Dillon: Because I'm with Georgie.
Maxie: Well, I'm not inviting you to have sex, Dillon.
Dillon: Oh, ok, um, I'm sure that sex is the last thing on either of our minds right now.
Maxie: I didn't say that, and I hope for Georgieís sake you didn't mean that. I'm teasing you! Come on, you're an easy target. Look, I'll sleep under the covers and you can sleep on top of the covers. Otherwise, you're going to be rolling around, banging your head, and I'm not going to get any sleep.
Dillon: You swear it's not going to bother you?
Maxie: Do you snore?
Maxie: Then we're fine. Come on.
Dillon: Shut up.
Maxie: "A woman in distress, there's nothing more irresistible. A woman with a secret, there's nothing more deadly."
Dillon: Oh, my God. How do you know that film, "The Russian Spy"? How do you know that film?
Maxie: I love Garbo. I've seen all of her films -- "Ninotchka," "Camille."
Dillon: I am so proud of you. What else do you like?
Maxie: I like Hepburn.
Dillon: Which one?
Maxie: Oh, Katharine, but, I mean, Audreyís no slouch.
Dillon: Do you like Bette Davis?
Maxie: I love Bette Davis.
Dillon: "Baby Jane" Bette Davis or "All About Eve" Bette Davis?
Maxie: "All About Eve" Bette Davis. Did you know that was one of Marilyn Monroeís earliest movie roles?
Dillon: Yeah. Let me tell you something about her. She is completely underrated as a comedic actress. Have you ever seen "Bus Stop"?
Dillon: I have another question for you. Have you ever seen "It Happened One Night"?
Maxie: Ok, I get it.
John: You and your female posse certainly get points for knowing how to tell an interesting story, but I'm still not buying it.
Sonny: You want to talk to Alan Quartermaine yourself? Go ahead. But you'd better get your men to search the hosp--
Carly: I just saw Thomas going into the chapel.
Sonny: Ok, if you want -- no, no, go ahead. You want to stop me? Shoot me in the back, Durant!
Carly: Sonny --
Sonny: Wait, wait, wait. Get up! You know Dr. Thomas?
Sonny: Has he been in here?
Sonny: Don't lie to me.
Doctor: I'm not lying.
Sonny: Get out of here.
Sam: Wait, Sonny. Dr. Thomas.
Sonny: We got to find Jason.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Jax: Do you remember what the dream was about? I think she might be lying.
Elizabeth: I just wanted to scream that I'd changed my mind.
Lucky: Have you?
Sonny: Meet you in Jasonís room.
Carly: I'm going with you.
John: Nobody is going anywhere.
Jason: You tried to kill me a long time ago.
Dr. Thomas: This time I will.
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