General Hospital Transcript Friday 10/21/05
Proofread by Brian
Reese: You're a sight for sore eyes.
Sonny: Looks like you're opening up a flower shop here.
Reese: Yeah, well, whose fault is that, huh? Get over here, I missed you.
Sonny: Ah, back at you. Wow.
Sonny: Well, no, it's just, like, you're recovering from a gunshot wound, you had major surgery, and I got to tell you, you -- you still look amazing.
Reese: Oh. I'm just happy. We did it, Sonny. We're still here. We survived.
Robin: Sorry. I know I just dropped a bombshell, but I've learned that in the long run, it's better to just get it out in the open right away.
Henri: If you don't mind my asking, how?
Robin: My first boyfriend had AIDS. We didn't know in the beginning and we just got swept away. I contracted H.I.V., was diagnosed early. Stone wasn't so lucky. He died.
Henri: I'm sorry.
Robin: It was devastating -- losing Stone, having to start all over H.I.V.-positive. But, you know, just like with anything, you make the adjustment and you learn how to live your new life. I'm on a drug regimen that works for me. My viral load is undetectable. I was one of the fortunate ones. I try not to lose sight of that.
Henri: Hmm. That's a remarkable attitude.
Robin: I don't know about all that. I just think I'm too stubborn to let this disease define me.
Robin: But even so, H.I.V. complicates potential relationships, and right now I'd just rather put that energy into my work.
Manny: You came alone, didn't you, Morgan? Sweetness is not with you, is she? Maybe she's not as alone as you think. I cannot wait to finish what I started with your girlfriend. And this time, you won't be able to stop me.
Sam: No! Max! Max! Max, I need your help! Max!
Diego: So, what, do you make it a habit of going through people's stuff?
Maxie: No, I came in here to see if Jesse accidentally left anything and I saw his hat. So I bent down to pick it up and the diary was there.
Diego: And you just couldn't help yourself, right? Had to read it?
Maxie: Oh, come on, Diego, I barely had time to get it open before you walked in here.
Diego: Oh, well, sorry for interrupting your snooping.
Maxie: I'm already in this deep. I might as well go all the way. I know you and Sage are -- were cousins technically. But from what Georgie told me, you didn't even really know her because you didn't find out you were Alcazar's son until after she died.
Maxie: So if you guys really didn't know each other, I was just wondering why you had her diary.
Diego: See -- look, when I moved in with my dad, he was still in his apartment downtown, right? So I got Sage's old room and I found this behind her nightstand. I don't know, Maxie, maybe I -- maybe I shouldn't have read it. You know, maybe I should have respected her privacy, but -- but I was curious about my father, and Sage wrote about him a lot. I mean, she knew him all his life, so she was pretty insightful. So whenever I fight with my father, or he mystifies me, I go to her and I read her take on it, and it helps.
[Knock on door]
Diego: Who is it?
Jesse: It's Jesse. Is Maxie there?
Maxie: Great -- great detective work, you found me. Now give me one good reason why I shouldn't slam this door in your face.
Lucky: Don't tell me, I can guess. Morgan decided throwing crackers was more fun than eating them.
Emily: Hey, right the first time.
Lucky: Cameron does it all the time.
Emily: Yeah, keeping up with a toddler is definitely a challenge, but I don't have to tell you about that, huh?
Lucky: You know, Elizabeth’s going to be my wife and I consider Cameron my son, but you are, what, like Morgan’s honorary aunt?
Emily: Yeah, I suppose I am, in a way.
Lucky: Well, I hope Sonny is appropriately grateful. You've gone above and beyond helping with his kids.
Emily: Carly's in a mental hospital, Lucky. Jason doesn't remember Michael and Morgan, and Sonny's on overload. I love those boys and I just want to help.
Lucky: Yeah, for how long?
Emily: What is this, Lucky? As long as it takes.
Lucky: Just my advice, you might want to rethink it. If you want to put your life on hold until Carly recovers, you might not have one to go back to.
Sonny: I still can't get over you blasting away at Javier’s men.
Reese: Yeah, well, you were furious at me, so don't even try to deny it.
Sonny: Well, I mean, usually I don't let the people that I care about put their lives at risk, but that's what you did. But I'm grateful, because if you hadn't done that, I wouldn't be here right now. I wouldn't be able to go home to my sons.
Reese: I'd like to think that we saved each other. When I got shot, you pulled me into that stairwell and you just fended those guys off by yourself. You bought us the time that we needed.
Sonny: We make a good team.
Reese: That's what I've been trying to tell you.
Sonny: And I'm trying to figure out a way to thank you --
Reese: Oh, come on.
Sonny: Well, no --
Reese: It's not necessary.
Sonny: Well, it's more like not possible because words don't exist but -- so I thought I'd get you something. A little token, you know? A little thing here.
Reese: A present?
Sonny: Well, a little something-something --
Reese: You got me a present?
Sonny: Something tangible to just remind you of what you mean to me. You open it. You like it?
Reese: I love it, Sonny. And I love you.
Robin: I hope we can still be friends.
Henri: Hmm. Of course. I'd love to. In the spirit of that friendship, allow me to make an observation.
Robin: Do I have a choice?
Henri: I think your reluctance to get out in the dating world is about another kind of survival.
Robin: What does that mean?
Henri: Perhaps your position stems less from being H.I.V.-positive and more from the effects of a broken heart.
Robin: Well, why would you say that?
Henri: It's been my experience that when someone throws themselves into their work, takes up a position and hides there, they're usually running from something. Now, you're young and beautiful and not interested in me, so I assume there must be another man in your heart.
Robin: Well, it's a good thing you became a surgeon and not a shrink. You couldn't be more wrong. I happen to be fascinated by my work. I mean, that's what keeps me going -- the hope that someday, someone who's been written off as permanently brain damaged will be helped or even cured by my research.
Jason: Any sign of Manny?
Max: No, not so far.
Jason: Check again.
Max: Look, no offense, but maybe you should --
Jason: "No offense" what? "Maybe" what?
Max: Look, maybe Sam imagined the whole thing. You know, Manny put her through hell in Hawaii. Maybe he's been on your mind and you only thought you saw him here.
Sam: Are you kidding me? No, Max, Manny was here.
Jason: And there's a chance he's still in the building, so find him or come back and tell me you're sure he's gone.
Max: I'm on it.
Jason: Ok, just -- just tell me what happened.
Sam: All right, I was taking a shower, and I don't know what happened, Jason. I don't know, I must have heard something, because I turned around and the glass -- it was sort of misted over, so I wiped it off and there he was. He was standing there. He was standing there with his eyes all over me and that psychotic grin on his face.
Jason: This is all a big game to Manny. He broke in just to prove he could to send a message. Ok, just -- what else?
Sam: I screamed. I screamed, and then I grabbed on to the shower because I didn't want him to come in, but that's the thing -- you're right, he didn't want to get in. He just started to kind of back away and -- and laugh, so cocky. And -- and then he went, and then I got out of the shower and I went to the drawer where we keep the gun and I got the gun and I fired two shots --
Sam: And I think I hit him, but I don't know. That could be wishful thinking.
Max: No, it isn’t. We found drops of blood on the balcony outside of the guest room. Now, that must have been how Manny got out, but he couldn't have gotten in that way. We had guards stationed at all access points. I mean, I don't understand how he got in.
Jason: He didn’t. Manny was already here.
Sonny: Oh, that looks amazing on you.
Reese: You have exquisite taste.
Sonny: Maybe that's why I'm so into you. Which -- you know what? I know I've been promising for us to spend time together and I haven't really followed through on that, but I -- I still want that.
Reese: Yeah, me, too. I mean, we haven't been able to steal more than a few hours together without something interrupting or other priorities.
Sonny: Yeah. I'm open to suggestions on how to change that.
Reese: Ok, well, it's funny that you should say that because I really want to set a date for our ski trip.
Sonny: Oh, a ski trip? I don't know if I agreed to a ski trip.
Reese: You promised that we would go away together. You did right before the lights went out, remember?
Sonny: Oh, yeah but, you know, I thought you meant a tropical island.
Reese: You have your own tropical island. You need to expand your horizons.
Sonny: I'd be terrible on the slopes, but --
Reese: Yeah, and I would shine.
Sonny: That's right, you would, and I'd love to see you in those ski hats. Those furry ones?
Reese: Well, whatever makes you happy, Sonny.
Sonny: You really want to do this?
Reese: Yeah, I really do.
Sonny: Then I guess we're going skiing.
Sonny: I'm going to get over here because it hurts.
Alan: You should be resting. And you should be at home taking care of your kids so my daughter doesn't have to.
Emily: Let me get this straight. I'm supposed to believe that you showed up out of nowhere to tell me that I'm devoting too much time to Michael and Morgan? Uh-uh, Lucky. I'm sensing my parents' influence.
Lucky: You know what? I haven't spoken to Alan and Monica in ages. I came over here because I wanted to get your input on a wedding surprise for Elizabeth, and while I was making the drive, I just started to wonder, what are you doing here?
Emily: Michael loves Leticia, but she's his nanny, not his mother. And Reese is Sonny's girlfriend, so she's automatically under suspicion, you know? I mean, she's tolerated, not trusted. Morgan's too young to understand anything other than his mommy's gone. Those boys need a maternal presence in their lives and I'm able to provide that. As long as Carly’s at Roselawn, I'm not going to abandon them.
Lucky: No one's asking you to. But you don't have to be with them 24/7. You have a life, too, Emily -- or at least you used to. I mean, do you do anything anymore except, like, babysit and study?
Emily: Yeah. Not really.
Lucky: Emily, I admire what you're doing, but you can't take Carly’s place.
Emily: I'm not trying to.
Lucky: Then maybe you need to let go.
Emily: You know, maybe you're right. Maybe I can stay close without being so close. I'll talk to Sonny and tell him I'm thinking about moving out.
Maxie: Did you change your mind about moving out of the dorms?
Jesse: No, I was on an undercover assignment. That's over now. We caught the perp, case closed. So, no, I'm not moving back in.
Diego: Oh, good. Then you don't live here anymore. Wow. I'm the sole occupant, right? Well, I have an assignment of my own, so as cute as this is, I'm going to need you guys to fix your love life somewhere else, so --
Maxie: Yeah, thanks for your gracious hospitality.
Diego: Well, vamanos. Adios.
Jesse: Where you going?
Maxie: Oh, I'm just going to go back to my room. I have my own assignment. Might as well learn something while I'm here, right? Knowledge might help me grow up a little. After all, I am just some immature college kid who can't handle a big scary relationship with an adult like you.
Jesse: No, that's not what I meant.
Maxie: You know, you want to leave me alone? Fine, that's ok. This is me going back to my sheltered, babyfied college life.
Jesse: You know what? I came back here to apologize and ask you out, but obviously you're too busy throwing a tantrum. So I'll be at Kelly’s if you change your mind.
Robin: When I first decided to study medicine, I considered becoming a surgeon. The risk of my infecting a patient with H.I.V. is almost nonexistent. But it would always be a consideration, and I thought it might undermine my patients' faith, so I opted for pathology and clinical research instead.
Henri: So why aren't you specializing in H.I.V. and AIDS?
Robin: I thought about it, but the fact that I have the virus might color my judgment and make me too eager to see results.
Henri: Hmm. So you chose brain injuries and memory loss instead?
Henri: Any particular reason?
Robin: Someone I cared about suffered permanent brain damage in a car accident. And it made me curious to see how drug regimens can affect the brain; how information and memories believed lost might be recovered.
Henri: Maybe deep down you were hoping to find a cure for your friend.
Robin: Trust me, this person has no interest in being cured. He likes his life just the way it is.
Jason: Are you sure Manny’s not here?
Max: Yeah, I'm positive.
Jason: Ok, if he gets back in, I'm holding you personally responsible.
Max: Don't worry, it won't happen.
Sam: So you're convinced that Manny was waiting here?
Jason: He was in the guest bedroom, in the closet. Boxes were moved, there were footprints.
Sam: Why didn't he just kill us when he had the chance?
Jason: Well, because the dead don't suffer.
Sam: And that's what he wants to do? He just wants to torture us?
Jason: Yeah, and that's not going to happen because I'm going to kill that bastard first.
Sam: Manny wants control. He wants us living in fear, anticipating his next move, looking over our shoulders. He wants me to feel violated and terrorized, and I am not. I am not going to let him do that to me.
Jason: You're incredible. You know that? Are you even -- are you even scared?
Sam: Yeah, I'm terrified. But I'm not going to let him paralyze me or compromise whatever it is that we have to do to make sure we get rid of him.
Jason: Manny wants to freak you out enough to leave me. That way, he can use us against each other. That's what he's trying to do.
Sam: Yeah, I know, like what he did in Hawaii -- threaten to kill you so he could get me to do whatever it is he wanted.
Sam: All right, then we are going to hang tough, ok? Manny is going to get impatient, and sooner or later, he will make a wrong move.
Jason: Well, we're not going to wait for Manny to decide when to come at us again. I'm going after him. But I can't -- I can't trust your safety to Sonny's guards, no matter how loyal they are, so you're going to have to stay with me.
Sam: Ok, no problem there.
Jason: Ok, good. Now, you know, I need you to be honest with me. Ok? Are you -- are you all right staying here, because I know you must have felt violated when Manny got --
Sam: No. Are you kidding me -- Jason --?
Jason: When Manny --
Sam: Hey -- hey, hey, hey, are you ok?
Sam: Sit down.
Jason: Yeah, just give me -- I'm just getting another headache.
Monica: I have to say that is a beautiful bracelet.
Reese: Thank you. It was a gift from Sonny. I know you're not particularly fond of him.
Monica: Oh, it's no secret I have very little use for Sonny Corinthos. But obviously you understand what he does and you are willing to accept that life.
Reese: Well, what can I say? I'm in love with the man.
Monica: You think you -- you'll be moving in with him? I mean, I know he could use some help with those boys.
Reese: I don't understand. Why would you care whether or not I live with Sonny?
Michael: Hey, Morgan?
Sonny: Hey, hey, hey.
Emily: Hey -- take it easy.
Sonny: No, son, just on this side. I got a little bit -- I'm all right, I'm just bruised a little bit.
Emily: Why don't you humor me, Sonny, and take this homecoming from a nice comfortable seat?
Sonny: Yeah, yeah. So, what, you and Morgan were good while I was gone?
Emily: Oh, they were perfect angels.
Morgan: He's going to get that.
Emily: Close enough.
Michael: I was good, Morgan wasn't, but --
Sonny: What happened?
Michael: Well, first, he tore up my math book, then he threw crackers down all over the floor.
Sonny: You did that, buddy? Huh?
Michael: Yes, he did. Yes, he did.
Sonny: Why did you throw the crackers on the floor there, Morgan?
Michael: I know why.
Michael: Because he misses mom, and I miss her, too. When do we get to see her?
Sonny: I got to tell you guys something, ok? I -- I went to visit mommy today.
Michael: How is she?
Sonny: Well, the doctor says she's -- she's making really good progress.
Michael: Does that mean she'll be able to come home pretty soon?
Sonny: Not for a while, buddy.
Michael: But then we have to go visit her. Did she get the letters and pictures we sent?
Sonny: Yeah, she got them. She said to thank you and that she's thinking about you and Morgan all the time.
Michael: So when can we visit?
Sonny: Well, the doctors don't want little children to come to the hospital.
Michael: Why not?
Sonny: Well, because, you know, if mommy sees you and Morgan, she's going to, you know, want to come home with you; she's going to be really sad. Right now she's got to focus on, you know, her recovery.
Michael: We won't make her sad; we'll make her happy, Tell her jokes and stuff.
Sonny: I know that. But --
Emily: Michael, my parents are doctors, so I know this is true -- they know what's best even if what they say doesn't make sense.
Emily: See, they look at the big picture, all of the little details we can't see.
Sonny: See, so that's why we have to do what the doctors say because, you know, they're going to -- they're going to make mama feel better, and that's the most important thing, right?
Sonny: So you can't be sad, because mama is going to get better and she's going to, you know -- she's going to get out of there and everything's going to work out. Do you understand what I'm saying?
Michael: Mom's tena--
Sonny: That's a pretty big word for a little kid like you.
Michael: Emily makes me learn one new word a day.
Sonny: Good. Well, then you can use those big words when you write to your mama, because she'll be very impressed, just like I'm very impressed with both my sons. Come here.
Emily: I hate to be the voice of reason, but --
Michael: Not homework time already. Dad just got home!
Sonny: I'm not going anywhere. You get upstairs and get started.
Michael: Come on, Morgan.
Emily: There you go. All right, I got it. Go on.
Sonny: Did I do the right thing? Or should I have just told him the truth?
Maxie: I've been honest with you about my feelings for you, and I think it's your turn. If I never spoke to you again, would you be sorry?
Jesse: If you never spoke to me again, I'd be inconsolable. And for the record, I don't plan to disappear on you. I promised to protect you, remember?
Maxie: Yeah, but you don't have to do that anymore. The stalker's been caught.
Jesse: I'm not convinced.
Maxie: Ok, what are you going to do?
Jesse: I'm going to keep after him until I bring him down. And if that means going undercover from the department, so be it. All I know for sure is I have to see this thing through.
Maxie: All right, so protecting me is still part of the job?
Jesse: Wrong. I care about you so much, Maxie. You are the most incredible girl I have ever met. You literally changed my life. But there are things about me you don't know. You know, I've seen some pretty ugly things in my life, and they left a mark on me. And I'd never forgive myself if I let that be the reason I screwed up somehow, if I put you in a bad situation or caused you any pain.
Maxie: That's not going to happen.
Jesse: It could happen. That's why I want to take things slow.
Maxie: Ok. In case you haven't noticed, I'm not very good with slow. But I made some pretty terrible mistakes taking things too fast, so it could be a nice change. I guess that puts us back where we started. Ok.
Jesse: "Ok," what?
Maxie: Ok, you can take me out.
Sam: This explains why your pill bottle is almost empty. You've been taking these more often than you should.
Jason: I just take a pill whenever I feel a headache coming.
Sam: How often is that?
Jason: I don't know. I don't -- I don't keep track, but the medication makes it go away.
Sam: When did the headaches start coming back?
Jason: In Hawaii. But they're different, Sam. No light flashes, no nosebleeds, and I haven't passed out yet.
Sam: Have you at least spoke to Dr. Jones about it?
Jason: I don't need to. I'm just going to keep taking the medicine.
Sam: Really? You're going to keep taking this medicine that obviously isn't working?
Jason: See, this is why I didn't want to tell you, because I didn't want you to start obsessing over my stupid headaches instead of paying attention to the situation with Manny.
Sam: No, see, you and I can handle this Manny situation together, but I feel like I am the only one in the battle for your health by myself. I promised you that I would never, ever ask you to do anything that you didn't want to do or change your thoughts on something or make you do things, and I'm not going back on my word here, but I am asking you, please, Jason, please, I'm begging you, talk to Dr. Jones. There may be a way to fix this, but we aren't going to know unless we ask.
Sonny: Morgan falls asleep so much faster when you sing to him. I guess maybe that means you have a better voice. Can I -- I'm going to make you a drink, ok?
Emily: No, thanks, Sonny. I'm going to go over to the hospital and pick up some case notes for a lab assignment.
Sonny: How's that going, school and all?
Emily: Good. Sonny, since you brought it up, I've been --
Sonny: You're going to make a great doctor. You're calm, compassionate, just like Carly’s doctors. They were great today. I was the one who was a fool by barging in there, determined to get what I wanted, because I wanted to see Carly, because I convinced myself that I can still help her.
Emily: I wasn't sure whether you really went to Roselawn or you were just trying to reassure Michael.
Sonny: Oh, I went, with all kinds of attitude. You know, I threw the, "You know, hey, I'm the mob guy," scared them into giving me what I wanted. So, I found her in a garden. She was sitting there, singing to a doll, calling it Michael, telling it how -- how much she loved her little boy, how much -- how she missed her little boy. I called her. I said, "Carly?" She didn't hear me. She's so far gone, I cannot reach her anymore.
Jason's voice: I was walking past a store and I saw this girl looking at this necklace in the window, so -- she said it was the prettiest thing she'd ever seen. I thought you might like it.
Sonny: You bought her something from Miller Howard? Now, that's very classy.
Robin: I can't believe it. I've never gotten anything from there.
Sonny: Oh. What could it be? Wow.
Jason: I know it's the first present I ever bought you, so if you don't like it, you can --
Robin: No, that girl was right. They're the prettiest things I've ever seen.
Jason: Then Merry Christmas.
Tony: I'm going to order up another C.T. scan for confirmation, but judging by your symptoms and your responses, it's my opinion that your condition is increasing in severity just as you're building up resistance to the medication.
Sam: What can we do about it?
Tony: Well, we can try to find an alternative medicine that works, and if we can't, it's going to require surgery.
Jason: Will that fix the problem?
Tony: Ideally, it will stop the progression of the condition. It may even restore your memory from the past 10 years.
Jason: What are the risks?
Tony: You might not regain consciousness. If you do, your vision could be impaired, you might be unable to walk. It's also possible that your cognitive functions could be severely compromised and you might remain in a permanent vegetative state. Obviously, surgery's a last resort, but if your condition continues to deteriorate, it may be the only way we can save your life. So excuse me. I'm going to go reschedule these tests.
Jason: I'd rather die.
Sam: I know.
Reese: Hey. I was hoping it was you. How are you doing?
Sonny: Morgan's asleep, Michael’s doing his homework. I just -- I just wanted to say good night.
Reese: You sound funny. Are you ok?
Sonny: Yeah, I'm all right. It's been a -- it's been a long day. And I just want to tell you that I'm grateful that you're in my life.
Alan: Hitting the books tonight?
Emily: You'll be pleased to know I'm staying on top of my medical studies, dad.
Alan: That's not what I heard.
Emily: Excuse me?
Alan: I spoke to one of your professors. She told me you asked for an extension on your lab report.
Emily: I had a medical excuse. I was recovering from --
Alan: The lab report would have been on time if you weren't spending so much of your other time being a nanny at Sonny’s.
Emily: You know what, dad? I already had this argument tonight. I'm not going to have it again.
Alan: Emily, this has gone way past an argument. Your future as a doctor is at stake. I also spoke to the Dean of Students and told her that your request for an extension was based on a lie.
Emily: You did what?
Alan: I'll call her and tell her I was mistaken if you move out of Sonny's tonight. If you refuse, Emily, you're going to be expelled from medical school.
Jason's voice: Robin told A.J. he's Michael’s father. And A.J.'s probably right now with Carly, and Leticia’s supposed to be here and I have to go.
Sonny: Where's Michael now?
Jason: He's upstairs.
Robin: Jason --
Jason: Can you stay with him until I get back?
Robin: Jason, I don't think we're finished yet.
Jason: Would you send Robin home? She shouldn't be here when I get back.
Sonny: Yeah, yeah, go, go. I'll take care of it. Jason's going to lose his heart, tragic. If Carly handed him mine, then he should have let her take it. Because anybody who does that to a man is his enemy, always.
Robin: I am not his enemy.
Sonny: And I'm not just talking about losing, you know, Michael. I'm talking about what you guys had in these four walls. The love, the trust. I never thought this would happen. You guys were always so strong together. I admired that. I was jealous.
Robin: Maybe everything you say is true, ok, but what could I have done? When you love someone, you take as well as give; you hurt as well as help. Look at what you've done for Jason. Look at what you've done to him. I did the right thing.
Sonny: I know you always try to. And everything has its price. Johnny? Take Ms. Scorpio home.
Jason: Hey, you know what? The medicine is still working, ok, and the headaches are nowhere near as bad as they were before. I can function. I can protect you.
Manny: I can't believe you shot me, Sweetness. I like it. It makes everything so much more interesting. You marked me tonight. Soon it will be my turn to return the favor.
Sam: The only thing that scares me is the thought of losing you.
Jason: You know I would do anything for you. I would die for you. But I'm not going to let them cut on my brain and make me a vegetable.
Nurse: Mr. Morgan? Hi. I'm here to take you for your C.T. scan.
Jason: Thank you, but I can walk.
Nurse: Sorry, that's against hospital policy.
Sam: Hey. Please. Just this once. Thank you.
Tony: I've got some good news. The French are developing a medication that could help Jason. And, ironically, one of the doctors working on the project is an old friend of Jason’s -- Robin Scorpio.
>> Stay tuned for scenes from the next "General Hospital."
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Monica: Have you lost your mind?
Emily: You don't get to keep me from being a doctor.
Alan: What's your answer?
Robin: Why was my program shut down?
Sam: Do you think that she would be willing to help him?
Jason: What's going on?
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