General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 12/13/05
Proofread by Brian
Jax: What are you doing here, Spencer? What did you say to her?
Courtney: Whoa, Jax, back off. I was just telling Luke that I was going to try and convince Carly to walk away from the Metro Court deal. What's wrong with you? What could Luke say to me that would make you overreact like this?
Luke: Yeah, Jasper, what's your problem?
Emily: Sonny, you're probably never going to convince either one of my parents that you're a good guy.
Emily: But I know what Jason thinks. He's grateful to you for the life he leads. He certainly doesn't blame you for it. And thanks to you, Manny's under arrest and Jasonís going to wake up and he's going to be just fine. You took the right and necessary action all the way around.
Sonny: You really believe that?
Sonny: Well, be careful, because you're going to start making me believe it.
Emily: All right. Well, then I'd say mission accomplished. All right, you know, I should go and check up on -- on Jasonís condition.
Sonny: All right, just let me know what you find out, ok?
Emily: All right, you'll be the first. Bye.
Carly: You don't even see it, do you?
Sam: You can consider me a new believer in miracles because you're proof. I didn't really think you were going to make it.
Jason: I told you I would.
Sam: I know. And I kept reminding myself and you and I just kept begging just, "Please, God, let Jason make it."
Jason: So you begged me back to consciousness?
Sam: Well, you know, whatever works, and it worked, so -- those doctors -- Noah, Patrick, and Robin -- they are amazing. And they saved your life, so --
Jason: Those doctors didn't save me. You did.
Skye: How can you be such a heartless witch?
Tracy: You have to ask?
Skye: You have done many heinous things in this reign of terror that you call your life, Tracy, but this is a new low even for you.
Tracy: Which part of "I'm the victim" don't you understand?
Skye: Oh, please, you've never been victimized in your entire life.
Tracy: Hmm, not until I met that.
Skye: Oh, right -- Big, Bad Lulu the teenager.
Tracy: The thief.
Mac: Lucky, hey, I'm sorry to call you in off medical leave.
Lucky: No, I'm glad you did. What happened with my sister?
Tracy: She's a criminal! I want her behind bars.
Lucky: What exactly did my sister do?
Tracy: She stole $15,000 from my bank account. Oops -- I guess she's her father's daughter.
Skye: Tracy's making this sound so -- deliberate.
Lucky: I'm sure that Lulu didn't realize what a serious prank she was pulling here.
Tracy: I should've guessed I wouldn't be able to wade through the nepotism. Well, if this department does not step up, I will go over your heads to D.A. Durant. At least he doesn't have a stake in what happens to her.
Lulu: Ok, enough! Enough. Tracy is right, I stole her money. And if you let me out, I'd do it again.
Jax: Am I supposed to believe that you're at the hospital by coincidence? No, you were looking for Courtney so you can use her as leverage to get whatever it is that you want.
Luke: Did you miss a beat? I've got what I want. You signed those papers, which means that Carly can buy half the Metro Court. What else is there to get all hot under the wallaby about?
Jax: I know you, Spencer. It's never enough for you.
Luke: You don't know me! But you do have a point.
Luke: Now, would you excuse me, Courtney? Spencer.
Skye: Hey, it's me. You need to get down to the PCPD immediately. Tracy's trying to have Lulu arrested.
Luke: I'll be right there. Oh, damn, and we were having such fun, too. Feel better.
Luke: Oh, by the way -- in case I didn't say it, congratulations. Nothing brings two people together like a bouncing bundle of joy, does it?
Courtney: Are you ok?
Jax: Yeah, yeah, I'm fine. Why -- why wouldn't I be?
Courtney: Well, I don't know. You seem pretty upset over nothing I can see.
Jax: No, just I have a lot on my plate and, you know, Spencerís not my favorite person, so --
Courtney: Oh, come on, Jax, something's wrong. It was like you two were speaking your own language.
Jax: Look, we just got rid of him, ok? Do we have to keep discussing him? I would rather focus on you and our child, ok? Nothing is more important.
Nikolas: Well, because of the storm, it took a while to get Courtney here to the hospital. She lost a lot of blood. I just want to make sure that the baby's all right.
Dr. Meadows: The baby is fine, but I can't tell you any more without breaching doctor-patient confidentiality.
Nikolas: Right, I understand. It's just Courtney and I are together. I just thought that you might be able --
Dr. Meadows: I'm aware of that, so you need to direct any further questions about Courtneyís medical condition to her. Is there anything else?
Nikolas: Yeah, yeah, actually, there is. Um, Emily.
Dr. Meadows: Emily?
Nikolas: Yeah, well, since the train crash, she's just -- she's been a little shaky, second-guessing herself all the time on whether or not she has what it takes to become a doctor, and it's just -- I mean, Dr. Meadows, she knew exactly what to do. She knew that Courtney needed an I.V. right away.
Dr. Meadows: And what does that have to do with me?
Nikolas: I just thought that you might be able to boost her confidence a little bit, you know, maybe tell her that she made the right call?
Dr. Meadows: Why don't you tell her that yourself?
Emily: Tell me what?
Carly: Men really are blind.
Sonny: Is that right?
Carly: Yeah, I mean, it's so obvious.
Sonny: Maybe to you, but not to me. Blind? I don't know what you're talking about.
Carly: Well, you know, it's like this -- surviving a traumatic event can affect people in different ways, unpredictable ways. For example, you may assume that it will bring two people closer together, but it doesnít. It pulls them apart. And you may assume that it's going to make someone stronger, but you know what, it makes them weaker or it makes them needy.
Carly: Like me, this train crash, it helped me for the better. Because I had to survive, I had to fight. And then helping Jason and then saving Jason, it -- it focused my attention outward, away from myself and, you know what, other people just may have a different reaction.
Sonny: Carly, what are you talking about?
Monica: Uh, Jasonís awake.
Robin: Sorry, I just -- I need to examine Jason. Thanks. You had us pretty worried. How are you feeling now?
Jason: Just groggy, a little weak.
Robin: Any headaches?
Jason: No, a little, but nothing like before.
Robin: That's good news. The rest is to be expected.
Sam: So Jason can get back to his life the way it used to be?
Robin: Well, that will be up to Patrick. But I'm really glad that you're going to be ok.
Carly: Oh. Thank God you're ok. So, are you done?
Robin: Excuse me?
Carly: Well, Jasonís over you. So you came, you saw, you did your good deed. Now it's time for you to hit the road.
Robin: Ok, Carly, Jason is recovering from brain surgery. So if anyone needs to leave, I think that would be you.
Carly: How dare you tell me to leave Jasonís room. I happen to be one of the people he cares about, ok?
Sam: Hey, hey, hey, wait a minute. Can you please show a little bit of consideration for Jason right now, both of you, and not fight?
Robin: Yeah. Just get some rest, ok?
Jason: I'll be fine.
Robin: Excuse me.
Carly: Bye. I hate her.
Sonny: Seriously, can you -- can you just be a little nice? I mean --
Carly: Are you ok? Are you really ok?
Jason: I'm getting there. Sam told me about Manny. What happened, Sonny?
Sonny: Well --
Carly: Well, I did. I happened. You would've been so proud of me. You would've. I saw Manny in the O.R. and I just went in there, and I didn't even think twice and I let him take me hostage.
Jason: So you took Manny down all by yourself?
Carly: Well, Sonny had a gun. But I brought Manny to his knees, literally, and I was crazy and it was dangerous and I was impulsive and I was all those things that you swear that I am, but I did it for you. Look, I even got a wound to prove it. But I don't care because you're better, and all is right with the world. Right, Sonny?
Sonny: Uh -- yeah, right.
Patrick: You weren't so bad yourself. In fact, you were inspirational. Listen, someone's here. Why don't I meet you at the pub and we can discuss this in further detail? Something I can do for you, Dr. Scorpio?
Robin: Sure. If you can curb your appetite just a little longer, you could help your patient. Jason just regained consciousness.
Patrick: Never doubted he would. All right, well, I'm duly informed. You can go about your business. I don't need you to hold my hand as I check my patient. Although, it's more obvious every day that you want to.
Robin: What did you say?
Patrick: You don't fool me. In fact, you're blatantly transparent. I can tell you everything about yourself in 20 seconds.
Robin: Really? I would love to hear that. Feel free.
Patrick: You're smart. You're too smart for your own good. Your life happens inside your head, except for when you burrow out to work. You live in a serviceable apartment, comfy but impersonal. You spend most nights at your computer hunched over boring notes and endless slides. Your shades are drawn because you don't want to be distracted by the colorful Paris nights. And right before you go to sleep, you allow yourself one thought -- of the time you gave your heart and got it handed back to you, right before you newly resolved to never take that risk again. How'd I do?
Robin: You're an arrogant jerk.
Patrick: Well, there's a mature comeback.
Robin: You know nothing about me and how I live my life, which is irrelevant. The thing that matters right now is that Jason makes a complete and full recovery. So could you possibly tend to that? Or if you're too busy being pleased with yourself, I -- ok, I can go see if your father's available.
Lucky: You're a Spencer. You know to never confess to a felony unless a lawyer is present.
Mac: It's probably not a good idea to admit you'd commit it again, either.
Lucky: Listen, you keep acting out like this, you're going to put yourself in a hole so deep, I won't be able to get you out.
Lulu: You always get dad off. But maybe you're turning your back on me, too.
Luke: What the hell is going on? We made a deal -- Lulu is going to work off her debt at the Metro Court.
Tracy: Well, I just didn't think that leaving mints on pillows was going to teach her a lesson.
Luke: A lesson? This is not about my daughter's education, it's about mine. You're trying to use her to control me.
Tracy: How's it working?
Luke: Not well.
Tracy: Fine. So I'll press charges and send her off to juvie hall.
Luke: You may have momentarily seized the upper hand, but these things come around again, and when it does, I may just smack you down for good.
Monica: Noah. We were looking for you.
Monica: Well, to thank you. Thank you for saving Jasonís life.
Noah: Oh, my son's the one you want to thank.
Alan: Well, Patrick may have done the surgery, but it was your suggestion that made the procedure go so smoothly.
Monica: And your help in closing under incredible conditions.
Noah: Well, I admit it's not every day a scalpel-wielding maniac barges into the O.R., that's for sure.
Alan: You were grace under pressure, and as grateful as we are to Patrick, we're equally grateful to you.
Noah: I appreciate that.
Monica: So, what are your plans now? Any chance you're going to stay around Port Charles?
Noah: Huh. There's no real reason to. I think my continued presence would just irritate my son.
Alan: Well, I understand that. For a very long time, Jason couldn't bear the sight of me.
Monica: But that's getting better now. Maybe it's not such a good idea to keep an unresolved distance between you and Patrick. Maybe the better idea would be to face the problem head-on and stick it out.
Noah: I'm not sure the outcome would be worth the effort.
Emily: So? What were you and Dr. Meadows talking about?
Emily: Oh, really? Why?
Nikolas: She was just complimenting you on what a great call you made -- you know, how you knew right away that Courtney should be put on I.V.
Emily: Mm-hmm, only somehow I suspect a different scenario, Nikolas -- like maybe you were encouraging her to praise me.
Nikolas: I don't know, why would you think that?
Emily: To shake me out of my crisis of confidence?
Nikolas: Well, is that so wrong, especially if it works?
Emily: You don't have to worry about me anymore, Nikolas.
Nikolas: I'll always worry about you, Emily.
Emily: Yeah, all right, don't say it. You're not interrupting. I just came out here to get some fresh air. Excuse me.
Courtney: Emily seems mad.
Nikolas: Well, maybe that's a good thing. What are you doing out here?
Courtney: Dr. Meadows released me.
Nikolas: All right, fine, let's take you home. Come on.
Courtney: Well, hey, hey, no.
Courtney: We need to talk first. There's something weird going on with Jax.
Patrick: Nice. Very nice.
Sam: He's doing well?
Patrick: I was referring to the job I did. How you feeling?
Jason: Pretty good. You know, the headaches seem to be gone.
Patrick: I'd be surprised if they werenít.
Jason: Can I go home?
Patrick: Sorry. You're going to have to stay here for a few weeks.
Sam: Weeks? That'll bring us into Christmas.
Patrick: Your boyfriend's alive. Christmas came early. And here are the rules -- bed rest, and I mean rest until I say differently. Once you're up, you'll have to be monitored and supervised.
Jason: I can't -- I can't stay in this bed for weeks.
Patrick: You don't have a choice. And if you don't follow orders willingly, I'll have you sedated and restrained.
Sam: Now, wait a minute --
Patrick: No, you wait. Ok, we opened up a brain. That's a lot more serious than gallbladder surgery. I won't have you people mucking up my work by moving too fast, then blaming me for the consequences -- which, just in case you're interested, could range from losing feeling in an arm or a leg to something a little more serious, like death.
Lucky: If we send Lulu away, it'll ruin her life.
Mac: We didn't siphon thousands of dollars out of Tracyís bank account, the kid did.
Lucky: Mac, she's looking for attention.
Mac: And she got it.
Lucky: Lulu has abandonment issues. She finally has my father's focus, however limited. I think she's just trying to keep it.
Mac: I'm not unsympathetic, Lucky. I've got two teenage daughters of my own, all right? They do stupid things for stupid reasons, but the fact is Lulu confessed. Now, the only thing that's going to turn this around is if Tracy drops the charges. I suggest someone start working on her.
Luke: We've had some fun -- the push, the pull, the gamesmanship.
Tracy: The blackmail, the humiliation, the kidnapping.
Luke: You loved every minute of it, and so did I, but this is ugly. You're using my kid against me? The fun is over.
Tracy: Oh, please, get off your high horse! How many scams did you pull my son Dillon into, usually directed at me?
Luke: I never left Dillon twisting in the wind or sitting in a cell! You're using my daughter because you can't get to me. She's 17, Tracy. This is below you. Are you all right?
Lucky: Listen, my little sister is very sorry and she won't pull another stunt like this if you agree to drop the charges.
Tracy: That's up to her father.
Courtney: Luke and I were arguing over Carly buying into the Metro Court, and then Jax just comes in, tells Luke to get away from me, accusing him of who-knows-what. I mean, it was almost like Jax was afraid Luke was going to tell me something that he didn't want me to hear.
Nikolas: Yeah, that whole hotel deal thing is bizarre to me. I mean, why would Jax want to go into business with Luke or Carly?
Courtney: Well, it was Lukeís idea.
Nikolas: Well, that I don't doubt, but why would Jax go along, you know, I mean, unless -- well, unless there was some sort of incentive in it for him.
Courtney: Wait, you mean like blackmail?
Nikolas: I mean, yeah. That's certainly Lukeís style, isn't it?
Courtney: But I don't get it, though. What could Luke possibly have on Jax? I mean, they barely even know each other.
Nikolas: I don't know. It'd have to be big, though. So, what's the most important thing going on in Jaxís life right now?
Emily: Leticia, thanks. Yep, give them my love.
Carly: How are my boys?
Emily: They're fine, Carly.
Carly: I used to look at him like that, you know.
Emily: I'm sorry?
Carly: Sonny. I saw you over there, talking to him, trying to reassure him about Jason. It's written all over your face, Emily. It's ok, I understand, because, you know, I used to -- well, I used to feel the same way. I used to wonder, "Does Sonny know how I feel? Does Sonny feel the same way?" Haunted all day by the dreams that keep you up at night.
Emily: You know, I thought your -- your big therapeutic apology for making wild accusations against me and Sonny kind of put us past this.
Carly: This is not about territory and it's not about jealousy.
Emily: Uh-huh, right.
Carly: I am moving forward with my life, and whatever you and Sonny do or dream about doesn't concern me in the least.
Emily: So why are we having this conversation?
Carly: Because I'm trying to help you. I'm trying to reach out to you in sisterhood. Maybe you can benefit from my experiences, Emily, because those dreams will turn into fantasies. And they don't stop. And you know what happens then? Sonny owns you because that's what he does. He likes to gather possessions. Some are more important than others, and you would probably be pretty important. But then that would mean he would have to maintain a higher level of control, and that's when you lose yourself. And Sonny gets bored real easy.
Sonny: What's going on?
Patrick: You may be a big shot outside these doors, but in this hospital I give the orders. Your death would be a blemish on my record, and I'm not having it. Do we understand each other?
Patrick: Good. Then I'll leave you to your company. There's an old saying, something about two being sufficient.
Sam: Some bedside manner on that guy.
Robin: Yeah, he's a jerk. But in this case I have to say he's right. You have to resign yourself to allowing more care than you're used to or comfortable with. I promise it'll be worth it when you get your life back.
Jason: Holidays never mattered to me, but I know you were counting on them.
Sam: True. But, you know, they do come around every year, and they're certainly not worth risking your recovery. Besides, they really don't have to be that awful. It's only a few weeks.
Jason: What just happened?
Sam: Well, I realized something. There are rules to follow and rules you get to bend.
Emily: Yeah, Carly was just giving me the benefit of her experience, you know, with -- with Michael and Morgan. Yeah.
Carly: Not that Emilyís not doing a bang-up job. How's Jason?
Sonny: He's ok. He's alive and back to himself.
Emily: That's wonderful.
Sam: Oh, good, you're all here.
Carly: Is Jason ok?
Sam: He's fine, but Dr. Drake wants him to stay here in bed for a few weeks, and I want to do something to take the edge off.
Sonny: Well, what can I do?
Sam: Actually, I could use all of you for this one.
Luke: All right, what's the new deal?
Tracy: Oh, well, you give up ever seeing a cent of the 15 million, and I'll drop the charges against Lulu and give you your divorce.
Luke: Where do I sign?
Skye: Luke, don't you dare do it. You know she'll find a way to double-cross you, and in the end it's going to be Lulu who gets hurt.
Luke: No, I'm done. This is over. Get me a pen, a pencil. Give me a knife, I'll pop a vein and sign it in blood -- anything to have this over with.
Tracy: You mean it?
Luke: Don't you? Come on, wife, who are we kidding? The fun's over. This is done. Why don't you just take your victory and be gone.
Tracy: Uh-uh-uh-uh-uh. Something's wrong here. You're up to something.
Luke: It's a simple transaction. You get what you want; I keep my daughter out of the slammer.
Tracy: And what kind of message does that send? Lulu commits a crime and then we sort out some blackmail thing and she gets off? No wonder she has no moral compass!
Skye: Oh, I can't even believe you know those words.
Tracy: Shut up! She gets away with every underhanded thing she does because you overreact because of your absence by enabling her, and I don't want to be party to it.
Skye: See? I knew it.
Luke: So did I. You don't want to divorce me. You're crazy about me! And I still want my 15 million clams.
Mac: All right, this is a police department. What's it going to be, Tracy, you going to press charges or not?
Tracy: Don't rush me, I haven't decided yet.
Skye: What's there to think about? You already agreed.
Tracy: In theory, not in fact.
Skye: Oh, this is ridiculous. I hope you can see what's going on here. Lulu's nothing more than a pawn to this woman, a desperate way for an aging tart to hang on to a man who doesn't even love her.
Tracy: And that is the sound of sour grapes. She's just mad that Lukeís married to me, not her.
Mac: That is enough. I could care less about Lukeís personal life.
Lulu: Well, you should, because it's the reason why we're all here.
Robin: Hey. How's it going?
Noah: Oh. I've been better. Haven't had a drink since Jasonís surgery. Not that I haven't been tempted.
Robin: You're doing great.
Noah: Who knows, I might even kick this thing thanks to you.
Robin: Well, I -- I didn't do anything.
Noah: Well, you didn't give up on me like everybody else.
Robin: Meaning Patrick?
Noah: Patrick has his reasons.
Robin: Does he have reasons for being so rude and obnoxious to everyone, I mean, for purposely upsetting people?
Noah: Well, that would be me. My son is what I made him.
Patrick: Interesting theory. Too bad it's a load of bull.
Courtney: I mean, come on, whatever Luke has against Jax, it can't be about the baby.
Nikolas: Why not?
Courtney: Well, how would Luke know anything, and why would he care?
Courtney: No, it has to do with his business. I mean, maybe a deal blew up in Jaxís face and Luke got wind of it.
Nikolas: No, I don't think that. Why would Jax care if you knew about that?
Courtney: What could Luke possibly know about this child that would make any difference to Jax?
Nikolas: I --
Courtney: Oh, my God, Nikolas, what if something is wrong with the baby?
Nikolas: No, no, Dr. Meadows wouldn't keep that from you.
Courtney: Ok, then what else is there? Unless --
Alan: I'm so glad you're all right. You're going to have another chance at your life.
Jason: I know what you're about to say.
Alan: I don't think so. You know, for -- for years I prayed that something, anything, would take you away from Sonny and that you would come back home. But I don't do that anymore. I will never do that again, Jason. I'm just so damn grateful that you're alive.
Jason: I didn't expect to hear that from you.
Alan: Well, sometimes you can teach an old dog new tricks. Time goes by so quickly, too quickly. I have missed so much with you, Jason. And I'd like to change that is if you will allow me. Nothing too radical. I realize that I need to earn your respect. But I would -- I'd love a chance for us to become friends. And if we manage that, maybe good things will follow.
Patrick: Why am I not surprised that you're taking credit for me? As if siring a brilliant though egotistical son somehow mitigates all the crappy choices you made and all the ways you failed, everyone who ever made the mistake of counting on you. You don't get to use me for absolution. I am who I am because of me and in spite of you.
Lulu: Pay attention, folks. I am about to illustrate for you the reason why we're all here.
Lucky: I don't think this is a good idea.
Lulu: No, really, it's fascinating. Try to keep up. All right, it all started with $15 million that dad thought Tracy lured him out of. But everyone knows that nobody tricks the mighty Luke Spencer, so he took Tracy to Vegas, got her hammered, and married her. And now he's trying to get the $15 million out of a divorce settlement. Well, when Tracy found out about this, she was appalled, but not enough to leave him because she hates losing as much as he does. That was at first, because then somewhere along the line Tracy decided she wanted to stay married to him because she's a lonely old bag. Dad wants Skye. Aw, yeah, and Skye also wants dad, but unfortunately he wants the money just as much, if not more. I'd be worried about that if I were you.
Skye: Please. I passed "worry" a long time ago.
Lulu: Ok, so here's -- here's what we've got. All right, Skye wants dad, dad wants Skye and the money, Tracy also wants dad and the money, and I am stuck in the middle of all of this. Which brings us to here, where the burning question is, do I go to jail or not?
Tracy: Nobody's going to jail. But if you think that I am going to divorce you or give you $15 million, you are crazier than your whack-job niece.
Luke: Thank you, spanky buns. Nice job, Lulu. Make sure your sister gets home safely.
Tracy: Where are you going?
Lulu: Where do you think?
Courtney: I don't want to believe that Jax would do something like this.
Nikolas: What? You mean be so obsessed over holding on to you that he'd switch the D.N.A. results and claim my baby just to spite me?
Courtney: But, Nikolas, Jax didn't even know about the baby, the D.N.A. test, the results, or any of it until it was all done.
Nikolas: Yeah --
Courtney: No, no, this has to be something else.
Nikolas: No, maybe it is, but don't you think we owe it to the child who quite frankly might be ours and to ourselves to know for sure?
Courtney: We'd have to get another test.
Nikolas: Yeah, exactly, but anonymously and at Mercy Hospital, and I don't even trust Dr. Meadows on this one. I mean, if Jax is trying to pull a fast one, then he probably forced her into cooperation somehow. We need to get his D.N.A.
Courtney: I'll deal with Jax myself.
Nikolas: All right.
Luke: Hi. Hey, thanks for running interference for me. Turned out ok. Tracy dropped the charges against Lulu.
Skye: But you're still married, still hellbent on getting that money. I can't do this anymore, Luke. I can't sit on the sidelines and watch you and Tracy in this never-ending dance. I can't keep holding on, yearning for you from a distance. It's torture, Luke.
Luke: I understand. So, this is it, then, huh? You're done with me?
Skye: Just the opposite.
Courtney: I need a huge favor from you.
Courtney: Well, this whole, I don't know, Carly buying into your Metro Court business -- it's a bad idea, Jax. I mean, she's in a mental hospital, for God's sake. Carly is my best friend, and I'm asking you, don't involve Carly in whatever scheme Luke is pulling you into, please.
Jax: It's kind of too late because the deal's already done. But you know what, I'll -- I will see what I can do, because you asked.
Courtney: Thank you.
Jax: You know, I was actually going to get something to eat. Would you like to join me?
Courtney: Yeah, that'd be nice.
Jax: Ok. Could we just grab a table upstairs?
Nikolas: Oh, I'm not quite done with that yet, thanks.
Patrick: Ok, ok. How much to get rid of you?
Santa: 10 bucks.
Patrick: 10 bucks?
Santa: Oh, thank you.
Patrick: Here you go. Yeah.
Santa: Everybody's pretty flat this year. But you can always find somebody that's worse off than you.
Patrick: Hey, Santa. Want the cab? That should take care of it.
Santa: Bless you.
Patrick: Merry Christmas. Just trying to get rid of the old guy.
Patrick: Can I get rid of you that easy?
[Cab drives off]
Robin: Why do I even give a damn?
Patrick: I don't know. Why do you?
Robin: You said that Noah has nothing to do with who you are. I don't buy it. I think he did something to you, something that was really awful.
Patrick: I know you'd love to discuss this, but like I said, I've got plans. Good night, Dr. Scorpio.
Carly and Emily: Hey!
Jason: What -- what is this?
Carly: Early Christmas.
Sam: Don't you dare say it was your idea.
Carly: It would've been, but you got there first.
Jason: Why so many presents?
Emily: Well, Sam wanted you to have one for every day until Christmas.
Sam: So you'll have something to look forward to.
Sonny: Speaking of which, Emily has agreed to bring the children by when you're a little more childproof. The kids are going to miss you at Christmas, but better than missing you for good.
Jason: I hear you.
Sonny: Have fun with Sam. Ha-ha!
Carly: You take care. I love you.
Emily: Me, too.
Sam: Ok. Now it's time for you to pick a present.
Sonny: So --
Emily: So I'll look in on the boys and maybe tell Michael about Jason, if he's awake -- unless you want to.
Sonny: No, you go ahead.
Emily: He's going to be over the moon, huh?
Sonny: Well, I mean, you know, if he is --
Carly: Can you tell the boys their mother loves them, please?
Emily: Yeah, I will, Carly.
Carly: Sweet dreams. What was that about?
Sonny: Well, I would imagine you have something to say to me, so you might as well say it.
Carly: Ok. I think Emilyís in love with you.
Justus: Carly, there you are. I'm here to give you a ride back to Roselawn.
Carly: That's ok, Sonny can take me.
Justus: Well, actually, I have my orders.
Carly: From your girl Lainey?
Justus: Can we go, please, huh?
Carly: Who knows better than me who loves you?
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Lorenzo: Diego's trial is today.
Jesse: Don't offer anything.
Maxie: I'm not the one you should be worried about.
Georgie: Diego is not a bad person.
Patrick: Now, that's what I call nursing.
Courtney: Do you honestly believe Jax would tamper with a D.N.A. test?
Jax: How do you like living at Sonny's?
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