GH Transcript Thursday 10/20/05

General Hospital Transcript Thursday 10/20/05


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Maxie: Jesse?

Jesse: Yeah.

Maxie: What are you doing?

Jesse: I'm moving out.

Robin: What is Monsieur Bonnard's B.P.?

Nurse: 113/80.

Robin: And the lab results are within normal limits.

Nurse: Mm-hmm.

Robin: Why wasn't I told you were scheduling surgery for this patient?

Doctor: You've done all you can for him, Dr. Scorpio.

Robin: I don't agree.

Doctor: Robin, the seizures are getting worse. The man suffered severe brain damage in that construction accident.

Robin: Nothing has changed on the E.E.G. The medicine is beginning to work.

Doctor: The results are negligible.

Robin: Because you have to give it time. A craniotomy is too risky.

Doctor: Why won't you accept that the meds aren't enough and your way is not going to work for this patient?

Robin: If you are wrong, the patient is going to die on the operating table.

Sam: You ok?

Jason: Yeah, I'm fine.

Sam: The bottle's almost empty. You're only supposed to take two of these a day, Jason.

[Knock on door]

Ric: Hey. We have a problem. Hector Ruiz is dead. And the police think that you killed him.

[Reese groans]

Alexis: Oh, don't strain yourself. I'll get it.

Reese: Thanks. I'm surprised to see you stopping by for a visit.

Alexis: Actually, I was just looking for Ric, and usually when I can't find him, he's with you.

Dillon: I got to meet my photography group tonight. We're going to go to the bridge and do a little shoot, so --

Georgie: Ok, I'll be at the dorm when you get back.

Dillon: Ok. Well, we are going to be back kind of late. We're going to probably wait till the light is gone.

Georgie: Well -- oh, thanks. That's fine, Dillon. I have a lot of homework to do. I have to start that paper on "A Tale of Two Cities," and it's no big deal. I'll be there.

Dillon: Ok, well, it's game night. You know, why don't you go to P.C. high and hang out with your friends or something?

Georgie: I don't know. I'm not much for school spirit.

Dillon: You love game night. You have always loved game night. Besides, there's all those parties afterwards, and -- I see the big arrest made the paper.

Georgie: I can't believe that perv Kenny Carter was living in the dorm the whole time.

Dillon: Yeah, it's garbage. They got the wrong guy.

Jesse: Don't act so surprised. I got pulled off the case more than a week ago. I just haven't had a chance to come back and pack my things.

Maxie: I know, I was just hoping my dad was going to change his mind and reassign you.

Jesse: My cover's blown. Everyone knows I'm a cop. Besides, the case is officially closed. The department thinks Kenny Carter's guilty, and no one's even questioning it.

Maxie: Except you.

Jesse: Yep. I think they got the wrong guy, but there's not a damn thing I can do about it -- officially, at least.

Maxie: What about all the evidence? I mean, he had photos of Brook, and the lab confirmed that the drugs Kenny had were the same ones used on me and the other girls.

Jesse: Kenny's a dealer. He sold roofies. That doesn't make him the perv that drugged you, Georgie, and Brook.

Maxie: Ok, what about the nude photos?

Jesse: Look, they could have been planted in his room.

Maxie: Now you're starting to sound like Dillon. Are you guys watching the same movies?

Jesse: Look, whoever really did this also framed Dillon and Lucas. It's like he's got some sort of vendetta against all you guys.

Maxie: Ok, well, if Kenny’s not the guy, that means this creep's still out there.

Jesse: Well, I guess I'm going to have to go above and beyond the call of duty and spend a lot more time in your dorm room to protect you.

Maxie: You'd make that sacrifice for me?

Jesse: Yeah, it's a tough job, but somebody's got to do it.

[Luke burps]

Lucas: Uncle Luke, you -- you ok?

Luke: Oh, Lucas. Hi, there. Yeah, I'm -- well, actually, I got assaulted. Yeah, I had boiling water poured on me. I'm -- it scalded my unmentionables. I missed my lunch, so I'm pretty hungry. I guess you could say I'm ok. Either that or I'm -- I'm really angry.

Lucas: Well, here. Tuna sandwich.

Luke: Jeez, it's from Kelly’s. Oh, thank you, thank you. I can't tell you what this means to me. Mmm. Oh, it's so nice to know that my namesake takes care of me in my hour of need. So I'm going to take care of you. Promise me something. Promise me you will never become a cop and you will never get married.

Lucas: Not likely. I'm not comfortable with guns. So who attacked you with boiling water?

Luke: A woman, of course. It's always women. Promise me this -- you'll never get involved. Just stay away from women.

Lucas: Seriously?

Luke: Seriously. No, there's only two reasons to get involved with a woman. Number one, because she's such a fox that she makes you forget to put your clothes on one leg at a time and, number two, because she's sitting on a whole big stash of money -- which is nothing to sneeze at. Or, number three, because she smells so good that it takes you back to number one. Yeah, see, women -- this is what happened to me. I got caught with the two specimens of women that I just described, number one. Number one, because I opened my heart to her, kicked me in the pistachios. And number two poured salt in that wound with a boiling thing of water. So what I'm telling you is that we men have got to stick together and hold women at bay like a bunch of barking pit bulls.

Lucas: What about Aunt Laura?

Luke: Well, angels are different. And that's all I'm going to say about that. Where were we?

Lucas: Closing ranks.

Luke: Closing ranks, that's right. But on the other hand, every dog has his day, so when you start barking up the wrong tree, you come to me, and I'm going to send you to the sweetest little lady that lives right around the corner over here. She only charges 80 bucks an hour. And if you mention my name, she's going to give you -- whoa! -- What a discount.

[Luke laughs]

Luke: So, that's my advice to you. Who are you again?

Lucas: Lucas, your namesake.

Luke: Yeah. You'd better hope that that's all you've inherited from me. You'd better hope.

Robin: You haven't given the drug regimen enough time. If you go in now, the patient could die. It's a risk that you don't need to take.

Doctor: I don't agree, and neither does the patient.

Robin: The patient is desperate. He doesn't understand all the risks.

Doctor: You had your chance. Now I'm going to operate. You can stay and consult or you can leave.

Ric: Hector was killed in the same stairwell that you shot his son Javier in.

Jason: I didn't do it.

Ric: Well, the police see it differently, Jason. They're assuming that you want to end this whole conflict with the Ruiz family once and for all.

Jason: No, Hector was the one who was going to agree to the truce. Manny is the one who doesn't want that to happen.

Ric: You're saying that Manny killed Hector?

Sam: That guy is a psycho. He's more than capable of killing his own father, trust me.

Ric: All right, but there's no way to prove that. Ok, look, the police are going to come to your apartment and they are going to arrest you, so --

Jason: Well, you're a lawyer. Keep it from happening. I'll handle the situation with Manny.

Ric: Jason, if you go after Manny, you're going to complicate the entire --

Jason: Ric, I said I'll take care of it.

Ric: Look, John Durant chose not to arrest you for Javier’s death because he knows that any investigation's going to uncover the fact that he and Javier were in collusion. John Durant is not your friend, he wants to put you away, and Hector's death gives him the perfect reason to do that.

Jason: Ok, that's fine. You tell him that I'm innocent, because I am, and you warn him, if he takes me down to the PCPD without solid evidence, you're going to hang him out to dry.

Ric: Thank you very much, I will do that, but in the meantime, you don't need to be going off half-cocked.

Jason: "But, but, but." Just go talk to Durant. What's the problem?

Ric: I will. You be careful.

Sam: Oh, no. Look, ok, Jason, I'm sorry --

Jason: What?

Sam: I hate to admit it, but I think Ric is right. If you go after Manny, the PCPD, Durant, they are going to come after you, they'll be all over you.

Jason: Ok, listen to me. As long as Manny is alive, he is going to come after us.

Sam: Well, then, let's go somewhere.

Georgie: Are you serious? They caught the stalker?

Lucas: So they tell me.

Georgie: I have to go find Brook Lynn. She must be ecstatic. You want to come?

Lucas: You know what? I'll catch up with you.

Georgie: Fine. Hey, Luke.

Luke: Hey, Georg-- Georg-- where's Georgie’s going in such a hurry?

Lucas: You know, I don't think she wanted you to see us together. We've kind of had this thing for a while, and --

Luke: Oh. Well, you know, a thing can be dangerous.

Lucas: No, I know. She dates her stepson. But, I mean, who can help chemistry, right? I'm sorry. Look, it's probably not cool but, I mean, they're my weakness. Girls, I mean. You probably already picked that up, huh?

Luke: Well, don't be sorry. Don't apologize to me, my boy. Or anybody else, for that matter. Yep, don't care what anybody thinks.

Lucas: I just figured, you know, common ground or --

Luke: Listen, life is too damn short to worry about what anybody else thinks. You got to feel it down to your boots, because it's your life, it's your joy, it's your burden, it's your sorrow. It all belongs to you and nobody else. So live it and don't give a damn what anybody else thinks. That's what I say.

Dillon: Hey, Diego. We're going to the bridge to do a little photo shoot. You coming?

Diego: No, thanks.

Dillon: Ok, well, we've got a big assignment due Monday, and if you're not going to be a part of it, I mean --

Diego: Right, well, I dropped the class.

Dillon: Well, that's funny, because I can imagine why. I mean, when I was accused of being the stalker, I didn't want to go anywhere near a camera, either. So I almost quit the class. It's funny.

Diego: Yeah.

Dillon: Hey, it's Jesse. What's with the bag?

Jesse: I'm moving back into my room upstairs. Cover's blown at P.C.U. Besides, the case is officially closed.

Dillon: It's not Kenny Carter.

Diego: The guy's a druggie. What more do you need?

Dillon: Yeah, exactly, he's stoned all the time. The real stalker really planned it out from the very beginning. He selected specific girls; he had the whole thing worked out very meticulously. Kenny Carter couldn't work his way out of a paper bag.

Jesse: I agree.

Diego: Ok, then why are the cops so sure it's him?

Jesse: Because the evidence points to Kenny Carter.

Dillon: It's a frame.

Jesse: It's the most frustrating part about police work, Dillon. As far as my superiors are concerned, Carter's guilty.

Georgie: Hey. What happened to all of Jesse’s stuff?

Maxie: The case is closed. He moved out.

Georgie: When are you going to see him again?

Maxie: I don't know. He said he's going to come by to hang out with me and spend time with me, but I think he was just saying that to make me feel better. Jesse's going to move on with his life and whatever case he gets assigned to next. He's probably going to forget about me.

Georgie: Tell me about it.

Maxie: You and Dillon are still together.

Georgie: Not really. Dillon's off doing college stuff, and I'm squeezing myself in the breaks in his schedule.

Maxie: Yeah, but you're here a lot.

Georgie: Yeah, waiting -- for him to get done with classes, extracurricular activities. Maxie, I spent four hours in his dorm room last night by myself writing a history paper. And here I am waiting again. It's like I'm stuck between high school and college and I don't really belong in either.

Maxie: It's not that big of a deal. You're going to be coming to P.C.U. next year, and you and Dillon are going to spend so much time together.

Georgie: Yeah, if we last that long.

Maxie: You will. Your problem's not as complicated as mine. I think I have a way for Jesse and I to spend more time together, and you are going to help me. Come on.

Reese: Ric and I are law partners. We're nothing more.

Alexis: Well, you have to admit you do seem to spend a lot of time out of the office.

Reese: I do not know where Ric is right now. I'm sorry. I am just trying to recuperate from surgery.

Alexis: I understand. I'm sorry you got hurt.

Reese: I should make a full recovery, thank you.

Alexis: I'm glad to hear it. I'm going to let you get some rest. You know, I'm just going to come right out and say it. What is a beautiful, respected, independent woman doing with a criminal like Sonny?

Reese: I can't believe that you, of all people, are asking me that question.

Alexis: Yeah, well, that is a point well taken, but let's talk about you and then we'll get to me, ok? I'm sure that you've had your pick of wonderful, nice, successful men in your life. Why him? Why did you pick him?

Reese: Alexis, I think you know the answer to that. You and Sonny share a daughter.

Alexis: That was one night -- one night -- and I paid a huge price for that. I've been protecting my daughter ever since from worrying about what happened to you.

Reese: Ok, you didn't tell Sonny the truth about Kristina’s paternity, and you say that you're protecting your daughter by not allowing her to have a relationship with her own father?

Alexis: How about you and I don't judge each other for a minute and we just talk, we try to understand?

Reese: Great.

Alexis: You're an F.B.I. agent. You put your life on the line every single day.

Reese: What is the point of this, Alexis?

Alexis: There's a big point to this. You are driven, you are good at what you did, and you did it for your son. He died tragically, and you tried to prevent the same thing from happening to other people, and that is a worthy goal, and you gave that up for a thug -- a thug with dimples.

Reese: I am a partner in a law firm.

Alexis: Because he forced you to give up your F.B.I. job that you trained your whole life for. You gave it up for him.

Reese: I fell in love. And I don't think that that's something that you can just control.

Alexis: Yes, it is. You and I are both grown women. We have to learn to make choices and see that they have consequences and then decide whether or not the relationship is worth pursuing or not.

Reese: Like a business decision?

Alexis: Exactly. That's exactly right. That's a good analogy.

Reese: Ok, so you're telling me, you, who is a smart, respected, career-driven woman -- you're saying that you would never put yourself in a situation with a man if it was unhealthy? Alexis, that's exactly what you did.

Sam: No note, just a D.V.D. Do you think it's from Manny?

Jason: It's got to be. Do you want to wait upstairs?

Sam: No.

Jason: I don't want it to upset you, Sam.

Sam: No, I'm not leaving. I want to stay.

Manny: This? This is for your girlfriend's benefit, Morgan. I'm sure Sweetness is there with you watching this. You killed my brother Javier. My father had to die because of you. Now it's your turn to die. You see this chair? I'm going to tie you to it. And then you're going to watch while Sweetness and I have a party. I've been thinking a lot about when she sat on my lap and kissed me. Let me tell you exactly what I'm going to do to her.

Sam: Hey. Hey, that pig is never going to touch me again.

Jason: Yeah, and I'm going to make sure of it.

Alexis: When I got involved with Ric, he didn't have anything to do with Sonny.

Reese: But you knew that Ric was Sonny's brother.

Alexis: He was district attorney and opposed to everything that he was doing. It was Sonny that dragged him into the company, and you didn't help, I might add.

Reese: Oh, come on, Alexis. Ric makes his own choices.

Alexis: All right, maybe you're right. I mean, with Jason out of the picture, Ric couldn't resist having the opportunity to really matter to his brother.

Reese: Why are you criticizing Ric, when you were Sonny's attorney for years?

Alexis: I managed to keep my dealings separate from anything that was illegal. I expected Ric to do the same thing when Sonny asked him to work for him, but he didn't, and Sonny's intentions were anything but noble.

Reese: Ok, you know, you had it right the first time. Sonny finally needed his brother and Ric stepped up, and Ric made a choice. He chose what he never had and what he always wanted -- a family.

Jesse: What are you doing?

Maxie: Moving in.

Doctor: I honestly believed the surgery would work.

Robin: You did what you could. You're a good surgeon. If anyone could have saved him, it's you. But I believe that the pathology report will show that the medicine was beginning to work. We should have given him a chance.

Doctor: Dr. Scorpio? Why are you so against these procedures? You've seen the results.

Robin: Yes, I have.

Jason: I am not going to let Manny hurt you.

Sam: I know, but this is exactly what Manny’s trying to do. He's trying to get into my head and scare me, and he's trying to get into your head so you're going to do something stupid and go out there and, like, who knows?

Jason: You know what? It's not going to work. Yeah, Max. Yeah, can you come up here, please? Thank you.

Sam: What are you doing?

Jason: I'm going after Manny.

Sam: How? Did you recognize something in the room or --

Jason: No, I heard something in the background when he was talking. So I --

[Knock on door]

Jason: Hey. Ok, I want guards at the front and back of the building. I want two guards outside this door, in the stairwell, the service elevator, and I want you to stay here with Sam.

Max: Got it.

Sam: What are you doing?

Jason: I'm going after Manny.

Sam: This is exactly what he wants you to do.

Jason: Manny may have gotten careless.

Sam: Or not. Maybe he may have wanted you to hear that noise because he's setting up a trap.

Jason: Sam --

Sam: You know better than that.

Jason: I know. I'm going to be ok.

Sam: Ok. I trust you.

Jason: I'll be back soon.

Recorded voice: You have no messages.

Robin: Hmm.

Ric: Everybody playing nice?

Alexis: Sure. I couldn't find you, and I thought the best place to look would be with Reese.

Ric: Well, how come you were looking for me?

Alexis: Hmm. I just thought I was having the baby.

Ric: I'm sorry? What?

Alexis: Contractions started, and they were pretty close together, so I was going to take myself to the hospital, and right when I did, I -- they stopped.

Ric: Why didn't you call me?

Alexis: I did call you. You didn't pick up. I assume that you were with Sonny.

Ric: Listen, Alexis, I would have come right over.

Alexis: Would you have? I don't know anymore. I wonder sometimes if you don't care about Sonny more than you do this baby. In fact, like, when this baby's ready to come, I don't know that you'll be there to witness it.

Woman: Hey.

Georgie: Hey.

Woman: Want to ride with us to the game?

Georgie: I can’t. Sorry. I promised Maxie I'd help her move out of her dorm room.

Woman: Are you done?

Georgie: Yeah, but --

Woman: So come. There's going to be a party after, and Tim Edger is going to drive us.

Georgie: Wait -- Tim Edger? His parents bought him that new car?

Woman: Yeah, last weekend. You should see him. He totally puts a tarp on it at night, and Cheryl swears she saw him hugging it.

Georgie: Are you serious? Can you guys please ask Tim for a rain check? I know, I'm sorry. I just promised Dillon I'd meet him later.

Woman: You're passing up the game and a great party to wait around for Dillon?

Georgie: It's just a couple hours.

Woman: Georgie, this is your senior year, and you're totally checking out.

Georgie: No, I've been around -- classes.

Woman: And nothing else. We never even see you. Do you really want your last best year to just pass you by?

Maxie: Oh. You wanted to protect me, so here I am.

Jesse: Maxie, you live at the dorm.

Maxie: Not anymore. I never really was into the dorm life anyway.

Jesse: You're only a freshman in college.

Maxie: I'll also go to school, you'll go to work. P.C.U.'s like, what, 10 blocks away? It'll be great. I'll come from classes, you can come home from work, and we'll tell each other how our days were and we'll have dinner and stuff.

Jesse: Din-- how? This place is tiny. There isn't even room to put a table to eat off of.

Maxie: Ok. We'll put a little table right here. This place isn't so bad. It just needs to be fixed up. I'm sure Bobbie won't mind. She might give us a break on the rent. We could put up some curtains and shelves and pictures. Jesse, it could be great if we just used our imagination.

Jesse: No. No amount of imagination is going to make this work, Maxie.  I think you're amazing, but you cannot move in with me.

Maxie: Why don't we just try it and see?

Jesse: First off, your father would make our lives a living hell.

Maxie: I will handle -- I'll handle him.

Jesse: And, second, you're a freshman in college.

Maxie: Who cares?

Jesse: You should care. Look, you got the whole world in front of you. College -- it's a time to be free, to explore all your options, to find out what your passions are, and if you don't take the time to do that right now, you'll regret it for the rest of your life.

Maxie: You don't know that.

Jesse: Maxie, I want what's best for you, and this isn't it.

Maxie: Ok, no. No, what you're saying is this isn't what you want. You don't want to be tied down, You want to see what's out there.

Jesse: I care about you more than I have ever cared about any other girl. But let's not force it, ok?

Maxie: I'm sorry. I thought our hearts were in the same place, but obviously I was mistaken.

Jesse: Maxie, come on. Let me help you.

Maxie: No --

Jesse: Would you --

Maxie: I can do it myself. I don't need you for anything.

Georgie: Hey, there you are.

Woman: Georgie, last chance. You coming?

Dillon: She's coming.

Girls: Yes, yes.

First girl: Come on.

Dillon: She's coming.

Georgie: You don't want me to meet you back at the dorm?

Dillon: Yeah, sure, I do, but your friends are right. I mean, it's your senior year. You should be having fun.

Georgie: I am having fun, Dillon.

Dillon: Ah.

Georgie: I'm having fun with you.

Dillon: Yes, yes, because waiting around in my dorm room for me to come back from a photography class or a study group -- how very exciting for you.

Georgie: I don't mind. Dillon, I love you.

Dillon: I love you, too, but that's why I'm saying this, because next year you're going to be pulling all-nighters in the library. Now is your time to have fun. You got to go for it now.

Georgie: Do you mean that?

Dillon: Do you know how much you've been giving up for me? Your friends, all the things that you used to do? I want you to have fun. This is your senior year of high school. Take advantage of it. Go.

Woman: Hey, Georgie. Our ride's here. You coming?

Georgie: Yes. Yes. I'm coming. Hey, Tim, I -- I heard your parents bought you that car you wanted.

Tim: First-time passengers get to ride in front.

Georgie: Ah.

[Knock on door]

Robin: Henri. How did --

Henri: I got your address from human resources. I wanted to give you this -- the pathology report on the patient Bonnard.

Robin: This could have waited until tomorrow.

Henri: I'm sure you already know what it says.

Robin: Come in.

Henri: You were right. The meds were beginning to work.

Robin: You did your best.

Henri: I owe you an apology.

Robin: It's ok, thank you, but --

Henri: I should have listened to you, Robin. I don't think it's an exaggeration to say you're the most dedicated physician on staff.

Robin: I care about my work.

Henri: Well, so much so that after 12 hours at the hospital you come home and you continue working?

Robin: Yes, I know. It's very American.

Henri: Ah, work can consume you.

Robin: Well, that's the idea.

Henri: I wonder if you understand the meaning of the word "recreation." It means literally to re-create yourself, to become new again so that you can bring that back to your everyday life.

Robin: Hmm. Sounds like you've put a lot of thought into this.

Henri: I hike, sail, read suspense novels. What about you? What do you do for pleasure?

Robin: "Pleasure" -- hmm. Well, I -- I used to dance.

Henri: Mm-hmm.

Robin: But I guess now my hobby is my work.

Henri: Wrong answer.

Robin: Well, it's the right one for me.

Henri: Robin, you need to play, enjoy yourself, take time off. Otherwise, the work wears you down till you're no use to anyone. So, for your own good and the good of the hospital, I'm prescribing that you come for a walk with me. Breathe some fresh air, let your mind wander.

Robin: Thank you. I -- I just -- I really have a lot to do.

Henri: Work will be here. I'll take you to a cafe. Hmm.

Robin: I can’t. I'm sorry.

Henri: Why not? You're married? No. Boyfriend? No. You prefer women?

Robin: Wow. You really aren't used to being turned down, are you?

Henri: True, but I don't understand your reluctance. One drink, one hour of your time --

Robin: And you're right. You -- you don't understand.

Henri: Are you going to force me to carry you out over my shoulder?

Robin: Look. You're a very nice, attractive, intelligent man. But before this goes any further, you should know that I'm H.I.V.-positive.

Max: All the guards are in place.

Sam: Ok. Thanks. I want to go upstairs and take a shower.

Max: Jason asked me not to let you out of sight. He gave me very strict orders.

Sam: Ok, wait, whoa, wait a minute. If you think for one second that Jason would want you to follow me upstairs to watch me take a shower -- be my guest.

Max: I'll be here.

Sam: Wise choice.

Maxie's voice: "Dillon, Georgie, Brook Lynn. They all hate me. It's like some big act of charity for them to even say hi, especially Brook Lynn, who treats me like I'm something stuck on the bottom of her shoe."

Diego: What are you doing?

Ric: Hey. I'm sorry you had to deal with the latest chapter of Alexis' and my domestic drama.

Reese: I survived. What about you?

Ric: Ah, you know, nothing seems to change -- still upset with me, right?

Reese: Hmm. It's really hard on you, isn't it?

Ric: What?

Reese: Well, Alexis' lack of understanding. I mean, she has opinions, and she reduces the world to black and white, and everybody else in her life has to think the same way.

Ric: Yeah, well, she is definitely opinionated, but --

Reese: Yeah.

Ric: Hey, aren't we all, right?

Reese: "Opinionated" -- yeah. I just don't understand why she can't let you have a relationship with your brother. I mean, to her, it's just Big Bad Sonny pulling you into his evil realm.

Ric: Now, look, she's -- she's about to have my child. She's just being a protective mother.

Reese: I know. But, you know, marriage is a partnership, and you can't always have it your way, and I just think that Alexis is really challenged by that compromise.

Ric: Yeah, I got to choose between my brother and my baby. There's no gray area. Alexis just can't seem to understand that I may want them both, you know? She can't fathom that I would want a relationship with my brother and love my child all at the same time and want to help them and want to protect them.  Oh. Well, you know what? Maybe she's right. Maybe Alexis is right. Maybe -- I mean, you look at Sonny's life and everybody in it has been hurt and Carly’s been hauled off to a mental institution, you've been shot, his children have been kidnapped.

Reese: You're not Sonny.

Ric: Yeah, well, how am I supposed to guarantee the safety of my family if Sonny hasn't been able to do it himself?

Reese: If you really feel that way, then Alexis is right. You're going to have to choose between your brother and your child.

Manny: You came alone, didn't you, Morgan? Sweetness is not with you, is she? Maybe she's not as alone as you think.

Sam: No! Max! Max! Max, I need your help! Max!

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Reese: You got me a present.

Sonny: You really want to do this?

Reese: I really do.

Diego: You make it a habit of going through people's stuff? You just couldn't help yourself, right?

Manny: I cannot wait to finish what I started with your girlfriend.

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