General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 12/14/05
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Patrick: I'm here to examine the patient.
Sam: Well, you know what? His name is Jason, thank you, and I'll be outside, ok?
Patrick: You're a Lucky man. Not just because I'm your surgeon. So what's your story? This is me acting interested in you as a patient, not just a person, as per request from Dr. Scorpio. Why'd the nut case try to kill you?
Jason: I'm a coffee importer.
Patrick: So Mr. Tattoo Man got a bad bunch of beans, is that it? Wanted a cappuccino and got an espresso? You can understand me, right? These words are making sense?
Jason: Yes, they are.
Sam: Hey. So, how's he doing?
Patrick: Amazingly well. Thanks to my surgery skills and the prospect of waking up next to you every morning, he should be fine.
Sam: Oh. That's great.
Patrick: But why is a woman like you mixed up a with drug dealer?
Sam: Drug dealer? Jason? I --
Patrick: If that guy's a coffee importer, I'm the janitor.
Sam: No, Jason hates drugs. He doesn't even go near them.
Patrick: Right, never sample the merchandise. I get it.
Sam: No, you don't get it.
Patrick: Look, I'm not making accusations. I'm just saying I think you could do a lot better.
Sam: Really? Ok, well, why don't you try this? You don't need to know what Jason does for a living, and if you try and hit on me again, he'll kill you.
Jesse: Stay cool on the stand, tell the truth, obviously, but don't offer anything.
Maxie: I will. No, no, I mean I wonít.
Jesse: Just answer the questions.
Maxie: I'm not the one you should be worried about. It's Georgie. I think she's going to try and help Diego.
Jesse: I'm afraid she might, too.
Maxie: Can you believe she actually feels sorry for him? I mean, Georgie, champion of the downtrodden, whether or not they even deserve it. She's just blaming herself because of what happened to Sage. Diego didn't even know Sage. He's just using that as an excuse.
Jesse: She was obviously wrong to lock her up in the Quartermaine freezer, but --
Maxie: But if wasn't for Mary Bishop, the whole thing would have just been a prank.
Jesse: Who's that?
Maxie: Nobody expected Sage to end up dead. I know Georgie is never going to forgive herself for that.
Jesse: She's a sweet kid with a kind heart, and Diego is taking full advantage of that.
Diego: Look, I want you to be honest when you're up on the stand, ok? I don't want you to make any excuses for what I did.
Georgie: I will but Diego --
Diego: Georgie, don't try to make it ok. It wasnít. All right, you and your friends trusted me. You made me feel welcome and you helped me deal with my family, and I in return just put you through hell, ok? I deserve to get --
Dara: This conversation is illegal. You need to leave.
Georgie: I'm sorry. I didn't know.
Dara: What did you and Georgie talk about? Did you discuss her testimony?
Diego: Look, it doesn't matter what the answer is, ok? You're not going to believe a word I say.
Georgie: What are you doing here?
Dillon: I knew you'd come and try to see Diego.
Georgie: I didn't know it was against the law, Dillon.
Dillon: Did he tell you what to say?
Georgie: Kind of, yeah.
Dillon: Ok, so you're covering for him. That's great.
Georgie: No. No, no, no. Dillon, he told me just the opposite. He told me not to cover for him. He says that he deserves whatever he gets, but he doesnít. Dillon, Diego is not a bad person.
Dillon: Georgie, I love that you see the good in people, but you can't let Diego get away with what he did.
Carly: Wow. Lorenzo, I had no idea. I'm so sorry.
Lorenzo: Neither did I until it was too late. I don't know, Carly. Maybe if I'd just spent more time with Diego --
Carly: No. Donít. Don't do that to yourself. This is way bigger than "Daddy didn't spend enough time with me." It's not your fault.
Lorenzo: Diego wanted to make someone pay for Sage's death because I didnít.
Carly: Well, make it go away. Can you?
Lorenzo: Hmm. I'm just not sure I should. I want him to be a man. I want him to be responsible for his actions. But then the thought of him spending the rest of his life in prison -- his life would be ruined.
Carly: Then stand by him. Tell Diego that you love him, see what the sentence turns out to be, and take it from there.
Lorenzo: That's all I know how to do.
Carly: Focus on Diego now. We can go over the fine print of the divorce another time. We'll duke it out then.
Lorenzo: Ok. Thank you.
Carly: I really wish there was something I could do to help you.
Lorenzo: You already did.
Jax: Hello there. You come for a cup of Mike's coffee? It's the best in town.
Emily: Yeah, I suppose so.
Jax: How are things going?
Emily: Oh, well, not the way you hope.
Jax: You could definitely use a cup. Excuse me. Here we go. This will cheer you up. Thanks.
Emily: You know, Jax, I haven't forgotten your little scam of setting me up with Nikolas on our anniversary, and I especially resent you dragging Elizabeth into it.
Jax: Well, Elizabeth, you know, thinks that you and Nikolas are meant to be together.
Emily: Yeah, well, Nikolas and I signed our divorce papers, so it's official. Our marriage is no more.
Jax: Sorry. Courtney and I are still married -- well, at least on paper. You know, I still think that a child deserves to grow up in a two-parent home with two parents who love each other.
Emily: Hey, if you can work something out with Courtney, that's fine. Just leave me out of it.
Jax: How do you like living at Sonny's?
Emily: I'm not living at Sonny's, Jax. I'm staying in the guesthouse and I'm helping out with Michael and Morgan.
Jax: Oh. Is that because Sonny can't afford another nanny?
Emily: Michael's family, Morgan might as well be, and I'm just helping them out until Carly gets better.
Jax: Oh, because Elizabeth thinks that you're hiding out, you know.
Emily: Hey look, Jax, I just came in here to have a quiet cup of coffee, you know, a little breakfast. I don't want to think about anything except for Jason. He survived the surgery. He's going to be all right. You know, I just want to be glad about that and have a good day.
Emily: You know, but just to be clear, you know, I couldn't have gotten through all of this without Sonny. He listened when I needed to vent. He's been around when I needed to just sit and look out the window. I don't have to explain anything to Sonny. He understands --
Jax: Ok, wait, hold on a second.
Jax: You're not falling for him, are you?
Courtney: Jax is ruthless. We know that.
Courtney: He loves to win, ok, but tampering with D.N.A. tests? That doesn't sound like the man that I fell in love with.
Nikolas: We both saw a different side of Jax during the surrogacy.
Courtney: Yeah but, I mean, he was so happy the night that he named the Metro Court after me. We both were. It was this grand gesture. Typical Jax. Whatever Luke has against Jax, it's huge, but we can't be sure that it's about the baby.
Nikolas: What else can it be, then?
Courtney: Nikolas, do you honestly believe that Jax would steal your child and bring it up as his own? I mean, what if the baby looks like you? You know, maybe this whole blackmail thing is something else entirely. I don't know, maybe we're just both creating ways to doubt Jax because we both want you to be the father.
Nikolas: Listen, do you want to go, hmm? If you don't want to do this, we'll go right now, ok? I'll love this child as if it were my own no matter who the father is.
Courtney: I know. I know, just like I know I'm the one having second thoughts. No, ok, no. Now that we've come this far, I think -- I think we owe it to ourselves and to this baby to know the truth.
Georgie: Diego didn't try to pressure me.
Dillon: You are a witness for the prosecution. You're not supposed to be standing around chatting up the bad guy.
Georgie: The -- Diego is not a bad guy!
Dillon: He drugged you and Maxie and Brook Lynn and he took sicko pictures and he tried to blame the whole thing on me.
Georgie: That's not the whole story, Dillon.
Dillon: Yeah, there's a lot more to the story. He took a shot at Mike Corbin, he held you at gunpoint, he took you hostage, he tried to blame Lucas. There's a lot more.
Georgie: No, he took me hostage and then he let me go. It was me that went after him, remember?
Dillon: How can you feel sorry for this guy?
Maxie: Georgie, Diegoís trying to make you feel like this is all your fault, right? He's playing you, trying to get you to come to his rescue. You can't fall for that.
Georgie: You have no idea what you're talking about.
Jason: If I have to stay in bed all day, why can't I just be at home?
Sam: Because you need to be close to the doctors.
Jason: Well, I don't like doctors.
Sam: Well, you need to stay in bed and heal because you got that big cut in your head.
Jason: Ok, well, then you need to go home and get some rest.
Sam: Ok, I'll take a nap. That's -- no, no, no.
Sam: What are you doing? Where are you going?
Jason: Well, I'm going to get out of bed if you don't leave.
Sam: All right, you know what? This calls for roshambo. Don't look at me like that.
Jason: For what?
Sam: Rock, paper, scissors. Come on, three out of five.
Jason: You know that I beat Michael every time.
Sam: You win, I go home. I win, I stay. Got it? Good.
Jason: Yeah, ok.
Sam: All right. One, two, three. Ok, you win. One, two, three. I win. One, two, three. You win. One, two, three. You win.
Jason: That's three --
Sam: That's three, ok.
Jason: Out of five.
Sam: You won.
Jason: The odds always favor rock.
Sam: The odds?
Sam: You hustled me.
Sam: You hustled me in rock, paper, scissors.
Jason: Ok, now, be a good little loser and go home.
Sam: Ok. I love you.
Emily: I'm not falling for Sonny or anyone else, Jax. I'm living my life, I'm going to medical school, I'm helping out with Morgan and Michael, who happens to be my Godson, not to mention my nephew.
Jax: Have you ever thought about the reason why those boys need you? It's because Sonny drove their mother to a nervous breakdown.
Emily: Jax, that's not fair.
Jax: Well, it certainly wasn't fair to Carly, and now I can't believe that you're falling for his act, the devoted father act, who'd put his life on the line for his children -- which he never really does -- and then the women in his life --
Emily: Have nothing to do with me.
Jax: I'm going to tell you something. You might not know this, but Sonny was kind to Brenda at first, as well. That's what he does. He's charming, ok? He's the perfect gentleman.
Emily: We aren't like that.
Jax: Oh, so it is a "we," then?
Emily: Jax, you're -- you're being ridiculous.
Jax: You know, you're a little bit more like Lily, actually. You're quiet, you're well educated, and you love children. Sonny finds that irresistible.
Emily: Oh, right.
Jax: And to sweeten the deal, really, I mean, you're a Quartermaine, which solves the whole Michael issue and gives Sonny, what --
Emily: You know, maybe Sonny and I are having a wild affair. Or maybe I'll go running back to Nikolas. Either way, it's not going to solve your problem, Jax, so work things out with Courtney. My life is none of your business.
Michael: Emily, where do I stand? Here? Don't cut off my head. Hi. Well, me and Morgan just want to show you the decorations. The angel's up on the mantel because we're not getting a tree until you come back.
[Knock on door]
Lainey: Ready for our session?
Michael: And when you get home --
Carly: Come look at this. Don't my kids look happy?
Lainey: Hmm, what a nice thing for Sonny to do.
Carly: Emily did it.
Lainey: Well, then you know she's taking good care of your children.
Carly: I don't want Emily taking my place.
Lainey: With your children or with Sonny?
Georgie: Diego didn't ask me to help him. He asked me to tell the truth.
Maxie: How noble.
Georgie: He hates himself for what he did.
Lucas: Yeah, now that he got caught.
Georgie: He did some horrible things. I'm not going to lie. But nobody ended up dead. That's more than you can say for me.
Dillon: Georgie, look at me. You didn't kill Sage.
Georgie: No. But what if it was one of us that was stuck in that freezer and we died? How upset would Mac be, Maxie, or Bobbie, or even Tracy?
Dillon: Tracy, I think, would get over it.
Georgie: Yeah, but I wouldnít. Diego's father was devastated when Sage died, but he didn't ask the police to charge me with anything.
Lucas: That's because you didn't kill her.
Maxie: And because Alcazar's a professional criminal and kind of too busy to deal with the police.
Georgie: You guys are completely missing the point. When Sage died, everybody stepped up to defend us. Who's stepping up to defend Diego?
Dillon: How about one of the best lawyers in the country.
Georgie: No, no, I mean personally, as a friend.
Brook Lynn: Georgie, I just -- how can we stand up for Diego after what he's done to us?
Maxie: Exactly. Diego is not the victim. We are.
Dillon: Yeah, and not just us, too. Kenny Carter, you know. He went to jail for something that he didn't do, I almost went to jail before him, Lucas before me. You guys were afraid to pick up the phone.
Georgie: Scared to pick up the phone is one thing, Dillon, but scared for your life? Have you guys ever thought how Sage must have felt before Mary Bishop stabbed her? What if she tried to get out? What if she was pounding on the door, screaming?
Brook Lynn: Hey, hey, hey, look, Georgie, we all made bad decisions that night, ok, but it doesn't justify what Diego did. I'm sorry. He has to pay.
Georgie: Ok. All right, fine, he has to pay. For how long? Two years, 10, 15, 20, life? What, do you want to see Diego 50 years from now come out of prison in a walker? When is it going to be enough for you? How long does he have to suffer to make you happy?
Diego: Oh, God. Hey. I wondered if you'd come.
Lorenzo: Diego, I would never allow you to go through this alone. Has Justus reviewed your testimony?
Diego: Yeah, he -- well, he thinks I may not need to testify at all. You know, I don't think he wants me incriminating myself, so --
Lorenzo: John Durant will have a bias against you because you're my son.
Diego: He's not even prosecuting the case.
Lorenzo: I know, but he wants to avoid the impropriety of looking bad. His daughter is divorcing the defendant's father. So believe me, he's going to do whatever he can to pull whatever strings to make you look bad. Diego, the best way to fight him, don't play his game and just stay calm.
Diego: Ok. Yeah, I'll try.
Officer: It's time.
Diego: Hey, pop? Thanks, you know?
Robin: Hey. I know how much you hate hospital food, so I made a special trip for you. Deli supreme from the sandwich meister. Do you remember?
Jason: Yeah, I do.
Robin: And some fresh-squeezed lemonade. Careful.
Jason: Fresh-squeezed. I haven't had that for a long time.
Robin: It used to be one of your favorites.
Jason: Yeah, when I -- when I was living in a boxcar.
Robin: Mm-hmm. It's not even there anymore. I just happened to drive by it. I -- I guess a lot has changed since then.
Jason: Yeah. You havenít.
Robin: Really? You don't think so?
Jason: Well, you know, you're still very passionate about your work, you like helping people, and you still love being right.
Robin: Yes, I do, which I'm sure can be very annoying sometimes. I wish that I could be more objective like you, especially when I'm doing my research.
Jason: Well, because of your research, I got back the last 10 years of my life, so thank you.
Robin: Well, I should be thanking you for hanging on just a little bit longer and justifying my work. I guess we always had that understanding between us. I always liked that about you, that we could just sit there for hours and not really say anything. I got to go to a staff meeting, but enjoy your sandwich.
Patrick: I hate to break the news, but he's already taken.
Carly: I am determined to rebuild my life without Sonny, but my kids are a different story.
Lainey: No one's asking you to let go of your children.
Carly: Lainey, Michael misses me, and you can see it in his eyes. I'm grateful that Emily is doing a great job, believe it or not, but my kids need me and I need them.
Lainey: And you will be with your children again.
Carly: I don't want to end up like Lorenzo. Do you know his son is going on trial today?
Lainey: I'm aware.
Carly: Well, he blames himself for the trouble that Diegoís in. He could use my support.
Lainey: Didn't you finalize your divorce?
Carly: Yeah, but we still care about each other. I really wish I could go to that trial.
Lainey: Carly, what is the point of being in the hospital if you leave all the time?
Carly: Well, you know what? Maybe this is a way for me to make amends.
Lainey: Do you need to make amends with Lorenzo? He's done his fair share of damage in your life.
Carly: Well, just look at it as ending my marriage on a positive note. I really need to be at that trial.
Lainey: All right.
Lainey: I have to testify anyway, so I will be glad to accompany you. Meet you in the lobby?
Dillon: You know I'd do anything to help you.
Georgie: Somebody, answer me. How long will Diego have to suffer until you're happy?
Dillon: We don't get to decide that. We don't decide what happens to Diego. That's up to the judge. You know what we do? We go in there, we sit down, and we tell the truth.
Lorenzo: Didn't expect to see you here.
Skye: Well, what can I say? Good friends need to stick together, right? Lorenzo, you lost your brother and your niece. There's no reason you have to lose your son, also.
Lorenzo: I'm really glad you're here.
Carly: Thanks for letting me come here.
Lainey: Don't make me regret it.
Carly: Hey, I'm only here for Lorenzo, not that he seems to need my help at all.
Lainey: You troubled by Lorenzoís friendship with Skye?
Carly: Oh, come on, we both know there's a lot more going on between those two than just friendship. But, no, I don't live my life for men anymore, remember?
Lainey: Good. Keep reminding yourself.
Justus: Carly, Lainey. Well, here we go, the day we've both been avoiding. I'm defending Diego and you're a witness for the prosecution.
Lainey: You ready?
Justus: Are you?
Lainey: All I have to do is testify. You're trying to defend the indefensible.
Justus: Well, there's varying degrees of guilt and, as you know, Diego is far from a hardened criminal. Carly, if you will excuse us, please?
Lainey: Why'd you even take this case? Money?
Justus: Can we not even go there, please? Diego is a kid who's made a mistake that could ruin his life. I know something about that. But, fortunately, somebody gave me a chance. You know something about that, don't you -- chances?
Lainey: Isn't it a breach of ethics to try to sway my testimony by playing on my sympathy?
Bailiff: Excuse me. Dr. Winters, you have a phone call.
Lainey: Thank you. We shouldn't even be talking.
Carly: I'm fine. Hi.
Nikolas: Come on, hold my hand. We'll get through this, ok?
Emily: Nikolas and I didn't break up because of Courtney.
Jax: Well, she didn't help things.
Emily: Jax, my marriage wasn't working, and neither was yours. Do you really believe that a baby's going to change that?
Nikolas: The worst is over.
Doctor: We'll just need a swab from your mouth.
Jax: I want my child to have a two-parent home.
Emily: You want this baby to fix your marriage. Jax, it's completely unfair.
Jax: Not if Courtney and I are in love.
Emily: She loves Nikolas.
Jax: Well, you know, it's not over.
Emily: We aren't playing a game here. Jax, Courtney and the baby aren't the prize that goes to the winner.
Nikolas: This is the D.N.A. sample.
Doctor: From the other potential father?
Doctor: We'll start the test right away.
Nikolas: Ok, could you put a rush on it, no matter what it costs?
Jax: If there is a winner, it should be the child, ok, and no one else.
Emily: You need to find a way to be a good parent even if Courtney stays with Nikolas.
Jax: Yeah, well, that's just not the best solution for me.
Emily: But it's reality, Jax. You need to put the baby's needs ahead of your own. You're going to be a father. Start acting like it.
Robin: Hey. I'm glad you're back. Jason tried to get out of bed. I just settled him back in.
Sam: What were you doing out of bed?
Robin: Just make sure he stays put, ok? And, you, listen to her.
Sam: The deal was I go home and you stay in bed.
Jason: So why are you here?
Sam: Why were you out of bed?
Jason: Can't sleep.
Sam: Ok, well, neither can I. So I decided to come back because I am a wreck without you.
Sam: And I also thought that maybe you and I could recuperate together. But we do need a little privacy.
Jason: What exactly do you have in mind?
Patrick: Did you get Jason into bed, so to speak?
Robin: Oh, God, you're such an idiot.
Patrick: Don't be so defensive. You can't help it if you're in love with the guy. Usually, it's the other way around, grateful patient falls in love with the doctor.
Robin: Jason and I have a history, that's all.
Patrick: And now, thanks to your research, he can remember it. Too bad you couldn't save Jasonís life, though. Maybe he'd be as grateful as you want him to be.
Robin: Well, he's alive. That's justification enough for me having to put up with you.
Patrick: You're just mad I saved him when you couldnít. That's quite the torch you're carrying. But I have to wonder, why even look twice at such a loser?
Robin: Why would you ever call him that?
Patrick: Not a big fan of drug dealers.
Robin: Who told you Jason was a drug dealer?
Patrick: Well, I got suspicious when the tattooed psycho tried to kill him during brain surgery, but maybe that's just me.
Robin: Jason is not a drug dealer. He's a coffee importer.
Patrick: Oh, yeah, that's right. His girlfriend already tried that one. She also said he's a mob enforcer.
Robin: Oh, and you don't believe her? Why don't you yell at Jason again just like you did? Make him mad or, better yet, hurt someone he cares about and see what happens.
Dara: Well, well.
Justus: Dara, how are you doing?
Dara: I'm good.
Justus: I heard you're back at the D.A.'s office.
Dara: John Durant recruited me as a special prosecutor in this case.
Justus: Because he's got a conflict of interest and he needs you to push his agenda.
Dara: Just because I work for the man doesn't mean I play by his rules. I do plan to prosecute this case, and Diego is very guilty.
Lorenzo: You got a leave from Roselawn to be here. I appreciate that.
Carly: How's Diego holding up?
Lorenzo: As well as can be expected, I suppose.
Carly: We all make mistakes. He's just out of high school. He has his whole life ahead of him. Let's hope the judge agrees with that.
Bailiff: Take your seats, please. Court is about to begin.
Skye: Why aren't you sitting with Lorenzo?
Carly: Because I don't want to distract him.
Skye: Listen, I know he's not high on your list of priorities right now, but the man's in a lot of pain. Maybe you could actually show some support.
Carly: They're about to start.
Bailiff: All rise. The honorable Judge Harrison Chan presiding.
[Judge pounds gavel]
Judge: In the matter of the people vs. Diego Alcazar, court is now in session. I'm prepared to hear opening statements. Ms. Jensen?
Dara: Thank you, your honor. The case before you today is straightforward. Diego Alcazar drugged, stalked, and terrorized his closest friends over a series of months. One of his victims was his former girlfriend. All of these women trusted Diego. They welcomed him into their lives. But his male friends didn't fare too well, either. He attempted to frame two of them for this crime and, in addition, an innocent college student went to prison. When Diego was caught the first time, he escaped police custody, he robbed a diner, he shot at the owner, he grabbed a hostage, and he ran. When the police finally caught him, they brought him in, and he sits before you today. Diego has confessed, he has expressed remorse for his actions, but he has not accepted responsibility. He claims that he is avenging the death of a cousin he never even met. The truth is Diego is rich, overprivileged, and has no respect for himself, his friends, or the law.
Justus: Diego Alcazar has made a series of tragic mistakes that only a kid would understand. He dug himself in deeply because he simply didn't know how to get out. Diego realizes the severity of his crimes and is willing to pay the price for them. However, there are a series of mitigating circumstances which the court must consider and show leniency.
Officer: Right down that hall.
Courtney: Well, that was easier than I thought it would be.
Courtney: You know, I'm sorry that I got cold feet.
Nikolas: No, don't apologize. I mean, it's a difficult choice to take another paternity test.
Courtney: Well, all we have to do now is wait.
Nikolas: Yeah. Just so you know, I plan on calling the lab at least three times a day.
Courtney: Yeah, remember when you didn't even want to be a father?
Nikolas: Yes, I remember. But now just -- I don't know. I mean, can you imagine just having a family with no complications, just me, you, and the baby?
Jax: What was that about the baby?
Dara: The prosecution calls Detective Jesse Beaudry.
Jesse: Diego grabbed a gun from a police guard and escaped.
Dara: Where did he go?
Jesse: To Kellyís diner.
Dara: Is that where he took the hostage?
Dara: Thank you, detective.
Brook Lynn: I can't remember anything else. I wandered around and ended up back at the Pizza Shack. And then a picture of me was slipped under my dorm room door.
Dara: What kind of picture was it?
Brook Lynn: I was naked.
Dara: How did you feel when you looked at those pictures?
Brook Lynn: Dirty, embarrassed, violated, and scared because I -- I couldn't remember, so I didn't know what else had happened.
Dara: The prosecution calls Georgie Jones.
Georgie: I swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help me God.
Dara: Did the defendant, Diego Alcazar, threaten your life?
Patrick: So when people "disappear," my patient is the one responsible?
Robin: Well, you said yourself that you were suspicious when someone came in the O.R. waving a gun around.
Patrick: Well, I had better things to think about, like operating by flashlight, but I was under the impression that Mr. Tattoo Guy had a personal grudge against Jason. Then Carly and her husband show up and --
Robin: Sonny Corinthos.
Patrick: Right, Sonny. You know, come to think of it, I could believe he's a kingpin. So Jasonís his enforcer?
Robin: You know what? I don't know anything about Sonny's business, but he doesn't deal drugs and, yes, Jason is a very dangerous man. He just doesn't need to broadcast it.
Patrick: Well, if I killed people for a living, I wouldn't, either.
Robin: You know, that's why I'm so unimpressed with your imitation of this tough guy with a heart, because I've actually -- I've actually been with the real thing.
Sam: These are perfect, just like Christmas at home, except we aren't home and that definitely isn't our bed. However, I think it'll do.
Jason: However --
Sam: Don't you?
Carly: Why so dark in here? Whoa. Ok, really sorry about this, but you know what? I don't have a lot of time, because I got to get back to court and, Jason, I really need to talk to you.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Dara: So the defendant's crimes were premeditated?
Jax: What were you saying about our baby?
Jason: You can't just start barging in whenever you want something.
Carly: It's not about what I want. It's about what Emily wants.
Sonny: Is there anything you want to talk to me about?
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