General Hospital Transcript Monday 1/30/06
Proofread by Brian
Luke: Damn it, I'm on my way back to Port Charles now. Look, I don't need any more complications, so just talk to me.
Tracy: The coast is clear.
Tracy: I came clean with the commissioner. Mac was not pleased with what he called "A shameful waste of departmental time." However, after subjecting me to a tedious lecture, he did agree to drop the charges against you. Your turn. What complications? What's happening?
Luke: Oh. Well, I'll tell you all about it when I get there. And have Alice make up a guest room. I'm bringing a friend.
Robert: Ok, I want you to spread out and ask questions, find out who else has been here in the last 24 hours. If there's anybody, we're going to have to deal with them.
Carly: Well, that was a strong reaction to a mild observation. Why don't you ever want kids?
Patrick: What would be the point? I already broke the mold.
Sonny: Wait. Hey. They got -- they got a great restaurant downstairs. Got great food. You know what I mean?
Sonny: We can go down and eat, if you want.
Emily: It's a possibility.
Sonny: What do you think? I don't know, whatever.
Sonny: You know what I mean?
Emily: Yeah. Stop talking.
Sonny: Hey, wait, wait. Come here. What are you doing here?
Jason: Manny found a way to take his ankle monitor off. I thought he'd come after you first.
Sonny: So you're going to tell me barging in here has nothing to do with me and Emily being here?
Man: I found a witness who said there was an unidentified white male here last night. A tourist, best I can figure.
Robert: Take some men, cover all directions. We got to find this guy before he leaves the area.
Attendant: I've seen strange traveling companions, but a man and his chimp? That's a first.
Luke: Well, it's not really my chimp. He's a free man. Actually, he wasn't mine until a few hours ago.
Attendant: Do you mind my asking what happened?
Luke: Well, there was this sick boy, the chimp's friend, and his family wanted me to do something to help. I gave him something that made him feel a little bit better and they wanted to reward me, so we settled on a bottle of really stiff, homegrown hooch, which knocked me completely on my butt -- and that never happens. And when I came to, the whole village was on fire, the family was gone, and the only one left was this little guy, grieving. I know something about grief, so I guess he touched my hardened old heart. I scooped him up, chartered a plane, and here we are. Aren't you sorry you asked?
Attendant: Not at all. I have a sudden urge to reward you, too.
Luke: Well, thank you. I'm very flattered. But I'm spoken for.
Attendant: Lucky lady.
Luke: I'm not so sure she'd agree with you.
Attendant: Tell her how you rescued a chimp. She'll change her mind. In the meantime, can I get you something to drink?
Luke: Yeah, I'd like a Bloody Mary -- heavy on the Mary, light on the blood.
Luke: And I think a banana daiquiri for my traveling companion.
Attendant: Heavy on the banana?
Luke: It's like you've known us our whole lives. Yeah. Looks like it's just you and me, pal.
Carly: You know what? You need to know something about me. I'm not easily distracted. I just watched you charm the socks off of my boys. So it doesn't really make sense for you to stand here and tell me that you don't want any kids of your own.
Patrick: There's something you're going to learn about me. I'm not easily distracted, either. Now, there was something going on back there. Why don't we explore that instead of theorizing about children that won't exist?
Carly: Because I don't think you need another notch on your belt. But I do think you could use a friend.
Patrick: I don't want my kids to see me the way I saw my father -- as a complete and utter failure.
Robin: What happened?
Paramedic: Slip and fall.
Robin: Oh. What's the date?
Noah: Ask me something I usually know.
Robin: Ok, who's the president?
Robin: How many?
Robin: You got to be joking, right?
Noah: Three. I'm fine, I'm fine, ok? It was a bump on a head that's survived many. I didn't even need to go through E.R., and before you ask, I haven't been drinking.
Manny: Oh. You again. That's twice in one day. I must really rate.
Lucky: Yeah, I was just --
Manny: To see if I was still here. But you know where I am at all times. You can track me, remember?
Lucky: You didn't let me finish. I was just checking to see if you were settling in all right.
Manny: Oh. Well, that's kind of you to be concerned. Let me see -- oh, my leg gets a little tired lugging the monitor around, but I'm getting used to it.
Lucky: Yeah, I'm glad to hear it.
Manny: And I start my first day of community service at the hospital today.
Lucky: Yeah, you mentioned it.
Manny: You know, but the thing is, see, I don't want to be late. So if there's nothing else --
Manny: It was really nice to see you again, Officer Spencer. Stop by anytime.
Emily: I don't really want to be here for this. Excuse me.
Jason: Oh, man.
Sonny: How'd you know where to find me?
Jason: I got a bad feeling.
Jason: So I broke into Manny's room. The post card that you sent Emily was there. Manny's ankle monitor was there. Max said that you ditched him, and then you know what? I assumed the worst -- that Manny had come after you. So -- obviously, I was wrong.
Sonny: Considering the circumstances, you know, you did the right thing. So go ahead, get it out of your system. I'm sure you're going to have an opinion about what you saw --
Jason: I'm done talking about this, Sonny. Nobody listens. You told me that you were going to stay away from Emily; you agreed that you're bad for her, but here you are! So who are you lying to? Me, Emily, or yourself?
Lulu: It sounded like my dad was in some kind of danger -- or had been.
Dillon: Ha. Yeah, and that's a news flash why?
[Western accent] Don't you know, darlin'?
[Normal voice] Luke's entire life is a perpetual state of past, looming, and/or future danger.
Georgie: You make that sound like a good thing.
Dillon: Well, it is in a way. I mean, you know, think of all things that Lukeís seen, all the places he's been. Most people never get to that kind of realm of experience in a lifetime.
Georgie: Careful, Dillon, your hero worship is showing. You know, here's a reality check for you. A lot of Luke's vast experiences -- if that's what you want to call them -- turn out very badly. You know better than most.
Skye: Luke's always been what he'll always be -- an adrenaline junkie who loves to get in trouble's face and say "bring it on." Look who he married.
Tracy: What's that I smell? Oh -- ha -- sour grapes.
Lulu: Marrying you was the worst mistake my father ever made. He wouldn't have to find trouble halfway around the globe if you hadn't made so much for him here.
Tracy: And I wouldn't have had to find payback if you all hadn't gotten involved in Lukeís little scheme to gaslight me.
Skye: Well, Luke wouldn't have had to resort to such desperate measures if you weren't such a vindictive harpy who wouldn't grant him a divorce.
Tracy: I did not refuse the divorce. I object to the alimony.
Dillon: Um -- um -- um -- uh -- come. Breaking news out of the Markham Islands. "A remote village burned to the ground in a suspicious fire yesterday. The inhabitants are all missing. No explanation. Still waiting for updates."
Skye: When they come in, I'll bet you 15 million bucks Lukeís right in the middle of them.
Luke: Oh, this is the best part. Watch this. This is so cool. See? Now, the ape is going to grab that plane right out of the air. Oh! Oh, that was so cool! You like that?
Luke: Oh, I love this movie. That skinny little blonde screams better than anybody, doesn't she? Want some popcorn? Oh, that's ok. It's just a movie. It's a metaphor -- about the struggle against urban technology and civilization. Yeah, it's just a movie. It's also a lesson -- about how good guys finish last. But you know all about that, don't you? Come on.
Patrick: Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't duplicate my father's mistakes. My ego is way too healthy. I'll make new ones, brilliant ones. Why run the risk of inflicting permanent damage on an innocent child?
Carly: You can't look at it like that. You canít. Kids don't come with instruction manuals. And these so-called experts are no help either, because the fact that there is some kind of standard operating procedure for all children is just insane because they're all different and they're all individuals.
Patrick: So what do you do?
Carly: You do what you can. I'm not unsympathetic to your situation. The weight of being responsible for a helpless, little human being is paralyzing. It happened to me.
Patrick: You're a great mother.
Carly: But I wasn't in the beginning. After I had Michael, I got a really bad case of postpartum depression. I took off and left him with Jason.
Patrick: Oh, that surprises me.
Carly: I was a mess. I was totally overwhelmed. I had no idea what it meant to be a mother, and I was sure I was going to hurt him. I wouldn't even hold him.
Patrick: What changed?
Carly: I came home, and I fell in love with my little boy. And now my kids mean everything to me. They're the reason I get up in the morning. I don't even remember my life before them, and the only reason I am telling you all this -- if I can be a parent, I think there's hope for you.
Patrick: Dr. Drake.
Robin: It's Robin.
Patrick: Dr. Scorpio, listen, I'm already on a date.
Robin: Don't hang up. It's about your father.
Sonny: I understand you're worried about Emily. She's your sister. I've tried, ok, to do what you ask, to give her up. I canít.
Jason: You mean you wonít.
Sonny: No --
Jason: You're refusing to protect my sister when -- when you know that being with you could destroy her.
Sonny: Well, you know what? It's what Emily wants, it's what I want. What do you want me to tell you?
Jason: You know what? Don't -- don't come to me with your personal stuff anymore, Sonny. You and Emily -- I don't want to know about it, I don't want to hear anything, anything about it.
Sonny: Are you serious?
Jason: Yeah, I'm serious, because I know where this is going. Emily is going to be hurt or worse. You're not going to mean for it to happen, Sonny, but it's going to happen. She's not Sam, she's not -- she's not Carly. She doesn't have these edges, this defense mechanism that's built up that makes her hard! She can't deal with your life! And if you bring her in, I'm not going to watch! I will work for you. That's it. I don't want to know about the rest.
Emily: Jason, that's blackmail. You're trying to force Sonny to break up with me, but it's not your decision to make. It's ours.
Jason: Emily --
Emily: You really disappoint me. Jason, I thought you'd at least try to understand that you'd want me to be happy.
Jason: Well, I'd rather have you safe.
Emily: Here I am! I'm all in one piece.
Jason: Yeah, so far --
Emily: And I really resent you using your friendship with Sonny to control me. I'm in charge of my life, Jason, and the decision's been made. I want to be with Sonny, he wants to be with me, and any further conversation is pointless.
Sonny: You're getting good at standing up for yourself.
Emily: Yeah. It's easy, now that I know what I want.
Sonny: Sometimes wanting isn't enough. I am a firm believer in living the life the way you want, making choices. Sometimes you got to make the tough ones. What we're doing here -- us -- is reckless, and your brother is right. I'm just -- I'm pulling into a life you -- you know nothing about, and you shouldnít.
Emily: No, Sonny. I'm already there.
Sonny: No, no, no, no.
Emily: No --
Sonny: Listen to me. Hey, hey, hey. All the kisses in the world can't change the fact that this cannot be.
Emily: You don't mean that.
Sonny: I have to mean it.
Emily: No, Sonny, wait!
Patrick: Hey. What happened?
Robin: Noah fell on a patch of ice. No sign of concussion, just some bumps and bruises.
Patrick: That's it?
Robin: What, that's not enough? It's your dad.
Patrick: Oh, you are so transparent. Somehow you found out I was having dinner with Carly and you thought you'd throw a wrench into the evening.
Robin: You are unbelievable.
Patrick: You know, you really should get rid of those repressed feelings. You'll feel better in the morning. What's this?
Robin: It's your father's blood work. I think you should look at it.
Patrick: Does he know?
Lucky: Hey, don't give Manny a reason to claim harassment.
Jason: Manny's not up there.
Lucky: Yes, he is. I just left him. He's getting ready to start communy service at the hospital.
Jason: Well, then he snuck back somehow.
Lucky: What are you saying?
Jason: What am I saying? I broke into Mannyís room. Manny wasn't there; his ankle monitor was.
Manny: Hey, Jason. You looking for me? Is there a problem?
Jason: Yeah, there is a problem. You got out of your ankle monitor, I know where you went.
Manny: You're my witness.
Lucky: To what?
Manny: You know, it was one thing when Sam lied in court to set me up, but that's ok. You know, she was angry because of the things I did to her. But this guy? It's starting to feel like harassment. I don't want to file a complaint, but if you don't get Jason to back off, I might not have a choice.
Lucky: Go on. I said go on. You don't want to be late on your first day at the hospital. You have any thoughts on how Manny lost his monitor?
Jason: He must've gotten access to a key.
Lucky: It's impossible. There's too many safeguards on it.
Jason: Come on, Lucky, he's probably working with someone who gets around that. I'm telling you right now, he has a key. He comes and goes as he pleases. That is unacceptable.
Lucky: I agree.
Jason: Good. So get a search warrant, go up there.
Lucky: Based on what? The word of a known criminal who came to the information in the course of a break-in?
Jason: Yeah, if you have to.
Lucky: I can't get a warrant sworn on your say-so, but I can look the other way.
Noah: You didn't come back here because of me.
Patrick: Robin told me you slipped and fell.
Noah: Yeah, but I got up.
Patrick: How did it happen?
Noah: I wasn't drunk, if that's what you're thinking.
Patrick: I wasn't, actually.
Noah: Really? Well, that's progress.
Patrick: Take a look at this.
Noah: Wow. Poor bastard. Liver's practically nonexistent. His only chance would be a transplant. Oh. I gather this poor bastard's me.
Elizabeth: Hey, are you going to tell me what happened?
Emily: Yeah. Oh -- ok, good. Lucky's here. Hey.
Lucky: Hey. What's going on?
Emily: All right, well, you might as well hear this together so I don't have to say it twice. Um -- I met Sonny at Skyline Creek Lodge, right, for what I thought was going to be a romantic getaway, but he -- he ended things instead.
Lucky: As in you had an argument, or for good?
Emily: He -- he sounded pretty final about it.
Elizabeth: Wow. That's totally out of left field. I thought he wanted to accelerate things, not end them.
Emily: No, he did, Elizabeth, I know it.
Elizabeth: So, what --
Emily: Yeah, well, Jason came bursting in, right, waving his gun around, claiming to be looking for Manny.
Lucky: No, he was. Manny slipped out of his ankle monitor somehow.
Emily: No, but he wasn't with us. I mean, Sonny and I were about to make love, but Jason ruined that plan, and then he threatened to quit unless Sonny dumped me. I mean, Elizabeth, talk about family support.
Elizabeth: Oh, honey, I'm sorry.
Elizabeth: Perhaps it's better to happen now before you really got involved.
Emily: I suppose you feel the same way?
Lucky: I said that I'd get behind you if you and Sonny ended up together, and I would have. But to be honest, I'm relieved. I think it's for the best.
Emily: No. Wait, you guys don't understand, either one of you. I -- I don't accept Sonny's decision.
Carly: Ooh. Cold out there. Hey.
Sonny: Why are you here?
Carly: Well, hello to you, too.
Sonny: The kids ok?
Carly: Yeah, the kids are fine. Morgan forgot his blankie, so I thought I'd swing by and pick it up.
Sonny: Well, Morganís asleep by now. I mean, I could've just sent it in the morning, you know.
Carly: The rest of my evening's free, it's on my way home, I wanted to come by and get it. What's going on, Sonny?
Sonny: I -- Carly, nothing is going on. If you want to go upstairs, go get his blanket. It's in his room right now, if you want.
Carly: Is this about Emily?
Max: Can I get you something?
Sonny: Yeah, do me a favor. Go upstairs, get Morganís blanket, and then you go ahead and drive Carly home, will you?
Carly: Max, I'll get the blanket myself. Sonny and I need a minute alone.
Max: I'll be outside.
Carly: Sonny, I didn't come here to check up on you and I didn't come here to butt into your personal life.
Sonny: I appreciate that.
Carly: But when I walk in here, and I see you acting like this and slugging back whiskey, I know that something's wrong.
Sonny: I apologize for being rude. Now, can you let it go?
Carly: That's what I'm supposed to do now, huh, because we're not married anymore? Ignore the fact that I see you in pain? Something's going on with you, and because you're fighting so hard not to tell me, I have to assume that it's Emily.
Sonny: This is not something we should discuss, Carly.
Carly: Ok, fine. Fine. Then at least let me call Jason. Can I call --?
Sonny: No, no, no, don't call Jason.
Carly: Sonny, you're scaring me. Did you and Jason have a fight? Ok, look, I -- I know this is about your feelings for Emily and, yes, it hurts, but nowhere near as much as the thought of you and Jason turning against each other. Now, what the hell happened?
Sonny: You're not going to let this go, right? You're not going to let this go, are you?
Carly: No, I'm not going to let this go.
Sonny: No? Ok. Jason walked in on -- uh -- me and Emily at the -- at the lodge, the Skyline -- whatever.
Carly: Were you sleeping together?
Carly: But you were close?
Jason: What the hell are you doing?
Sam: Ok, look, I know you're not going to like this --
Jason: No, listen to me -- listen to me, Manny has a key to his ankle monitor and he's running free whenever he feels like it, ok? I don't even know where you are from one minute to the next.
Sam: I know but, listen, I --
Jason: I told you I would handle this. Nobody -- nobody listens to me.
Sam: Are you ok?
Jason: No, I'm not ok. Just -- just go home.
Sam: Jason --
Jason: Sam, this is dangerous. Please, just go home. No.
Skye: I realize you don't know much about love, Tracy, but you see, it's not just a switch that you can turn off and on. I might not want Luke in my life anymore, but that doesn't mean I have to stop caring about him.
Tracy: Ooh, you care about him, all right, more than you want anybody to know. Poor Lorenzo has absolutely no idea you're using him as a bench warmer, and as soon as Luke returns, Lorenzoís on the ground spitting dirt.
Skye: So you say. Well, time will tell.
Tracy: It must be killing you that Luke might walk back in that door with an exotic beauty to throw in your face.
Skye: You know what? Luke is free to do whatever he wants. If he's traveling with someone, more power to him.
Tracy: Liar, liar, pants on fire.
Skye: Well, at least I'm not the desperate one in this equation -- clinging to a sham of a marriage because I've got nothing better to do and I'm terrified of being alone.
Dillon: Yeah, I'm surprised that none of the wire services have picked up this story, because it's -- it's like, what, mid afternoon tomorrow in the Markham Islands already? I mean -- maybe there's a coup underway.
Georgie: Or it's a national holiday.
Lulu: Or maybe my dad stumbled on some covert operation.
Dillon: And he got involved in an international conspiracy. No? Oh. Ok.
Georgie: You're getting swept up in this again, aren't you?
Dillon: No, no. I just -- I find it interesting.
Georgie: That's an understatement, Dillon. You -- you are utterly fascinated by whatever Lukeís into. And what happened to promising that you weren't going to get -- get swept away in his drama again?
Dillon: Yeah -- ok, yes, yes, I admit that there was a time when I was overly fascinated with the whole Luke Spencer mystique but, you know, I never met anyone like him. He's like a 1950s antihero from a movie. But that was my callow youth. I was young and immature, and now I'm mature, I know boundaries, and I can say to Luke, "Luke, there are some things that I just won't do." So you have nothing to worry about if I get involved.
Robin: I'm -- I'm surprised he's not more upset.
Patrick: Probably still in shock.
Robin: What about you?
Patrick: Well, I shouldn't be. You got to be blind not to see this coming. I guess this is the place I didn't want to let myself go.
Robin: I'll check the liver transplant database. I'm going to let you know what I can find.
Patrick: Thank you. I'm sure you could probably use a real drink.
Noah: Got to love the irony, huh? I finally get sober just when it doesn't matter.
Patrick: It matters.
Noah: How long do you think? A year? Six months?
Patrick: I'm hoping sooner.
Noah: Oh, wow. Wow. Don't pull your punches on my account.
Patrick: No, I'm not. I'm not talking about death here. We're going to get you a transplant. Robin's going to look, and being a surgeon, you'll go to the top of the list.
Patrick: It's acceptable to use your credentials --
Noah: No, no, it won't come to that. I'm not going to have a perfectly good liver wasted on me.
Lucky: Doesn't sound like Sonny's giving you a choice.
Elizabeth: If breaking off with you is what he wants, then you kind of have to accept it.
Elizabeth: Because you can't force someone to be with you.
Emily: I know what's in Sonny's heart when the rest of the world leaves us alone, and that didn't change because Jason threw his weight around. Sonny chose to push me away for my own good, and that seems to be the running theme these days -- choice. Sonny chose to listen to Jason and all the other doomsayers -- present company included -- who keeps telling him that he's going to destroy me, when the truth is that Sonny makes me happier than I ever thought I could be again. I'm going to fight to hold on to that. That's my choice. Excuse me.
Carly: Did Emily invite you to Skyline Creek?
Sonny: I -- I invited her. Are you sure you want to hear the rest of this, Carly, because it's -- you know.
Carly: Look, it's -- um -- always going to be weird thinking about you with another woman, just like I hope it's going to be weird for you with the thought of me with another man, but that's where we are, Sonny. Doesn't mean that I stopped caring about you or that I'm going to stop trying to help you. Now, did Jason follow you up there?
Sonny: He was looking for Manny.
Sonny: Yeah, he's convinced that he slipped his ankle monitor. That's a problem, but not compared to the problem that happened tonight. You were right, you were right. Jason will never accept me with Emily, he'll never get used to it, he'll never get past it.
Carly: Did you guys fight?
Sonny: Uh -- no -- Emilyís the one who fought with him, which I hated the most because there's Jason standing there, listening to her tear into him, and all he's trying to do is protect her. She doesn't understand. Emily does not understand. She has not seen the violence. She has not seen how I can be sometimes. I'm just trying to figure out a way to push her away. But I know that if I tell her, she's going to see in my eyes that I'm lying.
Carly: Then don't show her your eyes.
Jason: Sam, I told you to go home. What --
Sam: You did, and I'm sorry, Jason. I'm sorry, I have to disrespect that. But there are some things that I need to say, so you can either stay here and listen to me, or you're free to walk away.
Jason: Ok, no, I'm listening.
Sam: This goes far beyond what you do for a living and things we can't talk about. This whole Manny thing is personal to me, and I will not continue to allow him to make me his victim. He has already made me his target. He has attacked me. He has put his filthy hands all over my body; shoved his tongue in my mouth. Manny has managed to follow me whenever and wherever he wanted -- in our shower, at the courthouse. He is now in my dreams, Jason.
Jason: That's why you need to stay away from him.
Sam: I can't let Manny do to someone else what he did to me. I was passing by and I thought I saw him get into a cab. He was wearing a cap, he was all bundled up. I tried to call you, Jason. I tried to call you; I left messages on your answering machine --
Jason: I was out of range.
Sam: You wouldn't pick up your phone.
Jason: I was out of range.
Sam: I couldn't take that chance. If it were Manny, he was going to go after someone. I had to follow him.
Man: The man who was here.
Robert: Luke Spencer.
Man: You knew him?
Robert: I used to.
Man: Get a load of his traveling companion.
Robert: Come on, guys, we got to do better than this. It's got to look like we were never here.
Luke: There you go.
Luke's voice: This is it, then, huh? You're done with me?
Skye: Just the opposite.
Patrick: If this is your example of gallows humor, I'm not amused.
Noah: Patrick, I mean it. I'm not going to jump to the head of the line and snatch a liver away from someone who deserves it.
Patrick: By whose criteria?
Noah: Mine! Yours. You've said it often enough -- I blew it. I had a God-given talent to help people. Instead of honoring it. I -- I lost myself in the bottom of a bottle. You know, I had my chance and I screwed it up. So for whatever time I've got left, just call it a wash.
Patrick: I can't do that. And your timing sucks, by the way. After all these years, now you pull out a conscience? Do me a favor. Hang on to it. When you come out on the other side, it might serve you well.
Noah: Did you hear anything I just said?
Patrick: I heard you giving up, and I can't accept that. Your life doesn't have to be over. You can turn this into a positive and start new.
Noah: Too late for new beginnings.
Patrick: You can fight; you can win. If you're not going to do it for yourself, then do it for me. Do it for me, dad.
Carly: So where did you and Emily leave things?
Sonny: I told her we're not happening, and I left.
Carly: But Jason was there, so now she's going to blame him?
Sonny: Probably. Yeah.
Carly: Ok, so have you heard the expression "cruel to be kind"?
Sonny: Well, you know what? That's not really -- that means to get what you want, you -- it doesn't matter who you hurt.
Carly: Do you think Emily is better off without you?
Sonny: I don't know what to do at this moment, Carly. Show her who I really am? Yell at her? Throw a glass? Hit the wall? You know what that's about. Or do I go the other way? Do I turn ice cold? Do I tell her it's inconvenient; I'm going to cut my losses? She's going to know I'm lying. It's going to get ugly. Jason wants this to be over, but he doesn't want me to do what I have to do to make sure she stays away.
[Knock on door]
Sonny: What, Max?
Max: Emily's here to see you.
Sonny: Uh -- I'm busy right now, Max, ok?
Max: I'm sorry, Emily --
Emily: No, no, no. No. I don't care if he's busy, Max. I need to see him. So unless you want to toss me out into the snow kicking and screaming, I suggest that you get out of my way!
Max: Emily, I don't think that you want to go --
Sonny: I'm sorry. The -- can -- I need -- I -- I just got to explain to you, ok?
Emily: You're back -- with Carly. Yeah, there's nothing else to say.
Sonny: No, wait -- wait, wait, Emily. Hey, hey -- What -- what were you thinking?
Carly: That it would work. Emily's gone. Isn't that what you wanted?
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Patrick: Just put yourself on the transplant list.
Luke: It's great to see you, princess.
Robert: You got to find this guy. Otherwise, this whole thing spirals out of control.
Carly: She's going to go back to her old life and everything's going to be fine.
Emily: Sonny and Carly are back together. I walked in on them kissing.
Sonny: You happy?
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