GH Transcript Thursday 2/9/06

General Hospital Transcript Thursday 2/9/06


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Alexis: Sam, please. Please, I'm begging you. You've got to help me; you've got to help me. You've got to help Kristina.

Sam: Alexis --

Alexis: You're the only one that can do it and if you don't do it, you won't be able to live with yourself because you know that you could've done something and you didn't do it.

Sam: Alexis --

Alexis: I'm begging you; I'm begging you, please!

Sam: You don't know what you're saying.

Alexis: I'll do anything, anything you say if you'd just help me, please!

Sam: No, please --

Alexis: You can't just let her die!

Sam: Stop, Alexis, please.

Alexis: If you don't do anything, you might as well just take a bullet to her head!

Sam: I don't have a baby!

Danny: Leave my sister alone. I won't let you hurt Sam.

Sam: Danny, no! No.

Danny: You made Sam cry.

Sam: Ow.

Danny: You can never do that ever again!

Sam: No, Danny! Danny, stop! No.

Carly: Was this Dr. Von Skimmerman's room?

Bellhop: The same.

Jason: When did the doctor check out?

Bellhop: He didnít. The doctor disappeared. That's all I know.

Jason: Ok, I'm -- I'm going to need some real answers right now.

[Door opens]

Lucky: Where's my medicine? I'm dying.

Man: You will know when you are dying. That is when I will start your treatment.

Elizabeth: Ok, Lulu, I'm here. Help me turn her on her side.

Lorenzo: Ok.

Elizabeth: Keep her like this in case she starts to vomit. I'm going to go get some medicine for the seizures. Don't let her hurt herself, but don't hold her down.

Lorenzo: All right.

Skye: Stay strong, Lulu. You're going to be all right.

Robert: All in favor of Dr. Drake making the final decision regarding disbursement of medicine, raise your hands. I'd say it's unanimous.

Luke: Congratulations, Junior Drake. You've been elected God. Here's your first commandment -- my daughter gets the serum or somebody in this room dies. You volunteering, Scorpio?

Robert: I can understand you're upset about your daughter, but killing anybody is not going to solve that.

Luke: I gave you a choice.

Robert: Well, given we're all going to die anyway, take your best shot.

Dillon: Hey.

Georgie: Hey.

Dillon: How long was I out?

Georgie: Oh, just a few hours.

Dillon: Are you ok?

Georgie: I'm fine. No fever, no headache. You don't remember what happened before you went out, do you?

Dillon: Of course I remember. I asked you to marry me. Must have been a heck of a response because it knocked me right out. I know it's not much of a proposal. We're not at the top of the Empire State Building, we're not in Paris, but I love you.

Georgie: Then prove it by living, Dillon.

Dillon: Is that a no?

Georgie: No, no. I just -- I know how you think. How could I refuse a deathbed request, right? I mean, I'm sure it's in a movie somewhere -- um, the big pledge of love right before the hero -- the hero dies.

Dillon: Hey, hey. You say you'll marry me; that's a reason to live.

Sam: No, please, Danny, stop.

Danny: You hurt my sister.

Alexis: Let go of me.

Sam: It was a mistake.

Danny: You can't do that.

Alexis: Jason, why are you trying to kill me?

Danny: Nobody hurts my --

Alexis: Somebody help me!

Sam: Hey --

Alexis: Get him off me!

Ric: Hey!

Sam: No! Ric!

Ric: Get away from her!

Sam: Ric, don't hurt him! Stop it.

Alexis: My baby.

Ric: Are you ok?

Alexis: I -- I need someone to help my baby.

Ric: It's all right. Sweetheart, I'm here, all right? Kristina's fine. Kristina -- get him out of here!

Sam: No. He thought Alexis was attacking me. He was trying to protect me, Ric --

Ric: I don't care!

Sam: The same way you're protecting Alexis.

Alexis: Listen to me. You have to convince her that she needs to give me the stem cells. She needs to help us. You got to talk to her, because you're the only one that can help us. Now, go.

Bellhop: I've never heard of Crylium Industries.

Jason: Ok. When Von Skimmerman was here, did he meet with any corporate types?

Bellhop: Not that I saw. He didn't even go into the city. He spent a lot of time down at the local bars and then he -- he just disappeared. Maybe he went into the village.

Carly: Well, did he have business there?

Bellhop: No. All the guests were warned to stay away from the village. There was some trouble there, then the villagers disappeared and the place was burned.

Carly: Why? Who burned it?

Bellhop: Who knows? Things happen. Take my advice. For your own safety -- don't leave this property.

Jason: You know what? You can just tell them that we're going to -- we're going to take this room.

Carly: I feel like a nice, long walk. How about you?

Jason: Let's go see the village.

Lucky: Why would you want me to die? You don't even know me.

Man: Real progress in science comes with a price.

[Lucky coughs]

Man: You have a rare illness, we probably have the antidote, but in order to test it, we need to go to extremes. You're young; you're healthy. Your own system can fight pretty hard. So to determine the efficacy of the vaccine, we need you to be close to death.

Lucky: So I'm your guinea pig?

Man: You will be responsible for saving the lives of a lot of people.

Lucky: No.

Man: This mutant strain of ours is --

Lucky: Of yours? You -- you invented this virus?

[Phone rings]

Man: Excuse me. Yes?

Bellhop: A man and woman, Americans, checked in tonight. They asked about Crylium.

Man: Who are they? Keep your eye on them. A "Lucky Spencer" just checked into our local hotel. What do you make of that?

Lucky: I wouldn't know.

Man: I understand your frustration, Mr. Spencer, but you really need to tell me what is going on. I'm your only chance to survive this virus. If my work here is disrupted, it will not be good for you.

Lorenzo: Will that prevent any more seizures?

Elizabeth: Hopefully. It's an anti-convulsant. Unfortunately, it won't have any effect on the illness itself. Ok, roll her back over. Lulu? Honey, can you hear me? Lulu? Oh, great. Dr. Jones, we need you in 642.

Skye: Elizabeth, what's happening?

Elizabeth: She's nonresponsive.

Skye: What can you do for her?

Elizabeth: Luke needs to be with her.

Robert: Let me have the gun, Luke.

Luke: Don't pull the buddy routine, pal. We were friends in a whole different century. Give my little girl the medicine and I'll put the gun away.

Robert: We're trying to save as many people as possible.

Luke: I only care about Lulu!

Monica: Luke, that's not true. You know that.  Please put the gun down.

Robert: Now, look, enough with the Lone Ranger bit. People are only getting worse.

[Pager beeps]

Tony: 642 -- Luke, this is Lulu's room.

Luke: Go. Go.

Tony: Put the gun down, ok?

Luke: Or what?

Tony: Look, I'm annoyed with Robert too, but I don't want to walk out of here thinking you're going to put a bullet in his chest. Put the gun down, please.

Luke: Go, go, go. Look, I'm the one that brought this virus here -- we all know that -- so please, don't take it out on my daughter!

Alan: It's not personal, Luke.

Luke: The hell it isn't, Alan. Both my kids have been exposed. One of them is missing and one of them is dying, so I'm going to beg for her, please. Please! Do what you want to me. But give my little girl a chance to live. Give her the medicine.

Dillon: Hey, I know we're young. 30 seems like an eternity away. This whole prospect of spending the rest of our lives together, it's -- you are so practical -- not that there's anything wrong with that. But you're really smart too, and you probably want, you know, a career before you settle down, maybe travel a little, you know? And I know you love me, but you don't even know what else is out there. I'm -- I'm your first love. But where does it say that I'm the love of your life?

Georgie: No, no, Dillon, you are the love of my life. I -- I love you today, I'll love you when I'm 30, I'll -- I'll love you when I'm 100.

Dillon: Is that a yes?

Georgie: That is a big, fat, incredible yes. I will marry you right this minute if that's what you want, Dillon Albert Quartermaine.

Ric: Sweetheart, I want you to lie down. Come on -- no, no, no, no, no, no. No, please, please.

Sam: See -- see, Danny, Alexis doesn't want to hurt me.

Ric: Maybe you should get an orderly to take Danny to his own room.

Sam: I'll take him myself.

Alexis: No, don't let her go. Don't let her go.

Ric: No, it's ok. Shh. Alexis, please -- you've got to rest. Please get him out of here!

Alexis: I can't rest, I can't, sleep, I can't keep this secret.

Ric: Shh, quiet.

Alexis: I can't keep it any longer.

Carly: A little hard to look for clues when you're walking through ash and rubble.

Jason: You ok?

Carly: Yeah. God only knows what happened to the villagers.

Jason: Well, it wasn't a natural disaster, or they would've stayed to fight and rebuild.

Carly: Do you think they were driven off?

Jason: I think someone needed to cover their tracks, to hide the fact that this disease was manufactured.

Carly: For a pharmaceutical company to do something this big, there has to be a hell of a lot of money involved.

Jason: And I bet they're planning to turn a big profit on the cure. I mean, if Crylium made the virus, Carly, they definitely made a cure.

Lucky: Hey. Too far to help.

Man: He's almost there. I want to start him on 10 cc's.

Man: I do not want to take any chances.

Luke: Tony, why'd they page you?

Tony: Oh, Lulu's had a seizure. We've given her an anti-convulsant.

Luke: Well, that's not going to make her better. She needs the serum from my blood, but you and the other experts are not going to give her that. So what are you going to do?

Tony: Luke, she's unresponsive right now. Her vitals are weak. Her organs are shutting down.

Luke: Well, do something.

Tony: We can put her on dialysis to protect her kidneys, but that's -- that's not going to help the rest of her body. I am so sorry.

Bobbie: Luke, this is really hard to hear, but there's not much time. So you need to be with Lulu and say what you need to say to her now.

Luke: No, no, I won't give up on her.

Bobbie: I'm not asking you to give up on her, but you need to find a way to let her go. And if you don't say what you need to say to her now, you will regret it for the rest of your life.

Georgie: Oh, Dillon -- Dillon, I know you're cold, but the doctors said you'll overheat. You have to keep a light blanket on. I'm sorry.

Maxie: Hey. Have they given him anything for his fever?

Georgie: No, not for hours.

Maxie: Ok, I'll -- I'll go see if I can find you a doctor.

Dillon: No, no, no, Maxie -- Maxie, donít. Um -- never better. Tell her.

Georgie: We're getting married.

Maxie: Married as in, like, "Here Comes the Bride"?

Georgie: Yeah, exactly.

Maxie: As in, like, "Mom's going to send you to college in Siberia"? As in "Macís arteries are going to explode in rage"? That kind of married?

Georgie: It'll be done by the time they even find out.

Maxie: Ok, Georgie, I know you're usually the sensible one, but if you haven't noticed, Dillonís not exactly at the top of his game right now.

Georgie: I know.

Maxie: Oh -- that is not a good reason to get married, because you think he's going to --

Georgie: Maxie, no.

Dillon: Maxie, hey -- is there anybody in the building who could perform the ceremony?

Maxie: Oh, yeah, I saw Father Coates in the E.R.

Georgie: Will you please get him?

Maxie: I'm going to have to lie and tell him you're 18.

Georgie: Do you care?

Maxie: Well, I'm not Catholic, so I guess it's not exactly a sin.

Georgie: Thank you.  We're actually going to get married.

Patrick: I know why you picked me to decide who lives and who dies. You figure I don't have a heart, so I won't be sucked into picking all the wm and fuzzy patients over the other poor jerks.

Robin: That ice water in your veins is actually our best chance to keep the most number of patients alive.

Patrick: Yeah.

Robin: By the way, you're also the most gifted doctor I've ever seen in a crisis. I'm jealous, actually.

Patrick: Poor Dr. Scorpio -- too emotional to remain objective.

Robin: I'm not ashamed of that. These people are my friends and my family.

Patrick: Speaking of family, your father's got his own ice water, doesn't he? It turns out we have this whole daddy-issue thing going on.

Robin: Big difference -- my dad was playing dead for 15 years.

Patrick: Yeah, and my dad's just waiting to die.

Robin: All right, I'll make you a deal. I won't share my bitterness if you don't share yours. You've got a job to do.

Patrick: You'll probably regret nominating me. I came up with a checklist of conditions to best determine the candidates, starting with age, T-cell count, duration of symptoms. I've picked four patients. Lulu Spencer isn't one of them.

Alexis: Secrets are for keeping.

Ric: Well, you can trust me, Alexis. You can tell me.

Alexis: You're Kristinaís father, Sonny.

Ric: Alexis, Alexis -- shh, honey -- honey, shh, no, no. Donít. Donít. Lay down.

Alexis: You've got to convince Sam.

Ric: It's ok.

Alexis: You've got to convince her to give Kristina the stem cells because she's your daughter, too. You can be angry at me, be angry at me, I don't care, just don't punish our little girl, please.

Ric: Ok. Ok. You know what? Kristina -- Kristina has the stem cells and she's fine, ok? And she's -- she's very, very grateful to her mom.

Alexis: No more violence?

Ric: No. No more violence. You can rest now, ok?

Sam: Ok. You need to get some rest, and you'll be well enough to go home soon, ok?

Danny: I won't go home without you.

Sam: Ok. Then we'll go together.

Danny: I didn't mean to make you mad.

Sam: Alexis -- she didn't know what she was doing, ok? Danny, you're the best brother anyone could ever ask for. You just need to get some rest, just like Alexis does, just like, I think, all of us need to, ok?

Danny: You look better. Are you feeling fine?

Sam: Yeah. As a matter of fact, I -- I feel great, ok? So you just -- you lay here and get well, ok? Ok. I'll be back to check with you. I love you.  Oh --

Tony: We have a patient down! We need help here!  Ric?

Ric: Tony, what happened?

Tony: She fell. She nearly cracked her head open. And you should not be up. You're getting worse, you know?

Ric: Alexis is hallucinating.

Tony: Well, it's just one of the symptoms. We're just trying to keep her calm and hydrated.

Ric: There's no medicine?

Tony: The virus has compromised her system to the point that we can't give her a sedative, Ric. The thing is out of control. We can just handle each step as it comes along.

Ric: I got to do something to help.

Tony: Well, you go back to your room, then. That's what you can do for your wife. Come on, let's go.

Ric: Ok.

Tony: Come on.

Ric: Tony?

[Tony groans]

Ric: Tony, are you all right?

Tony: No -- no, I'm ok. I'm ok. I'm all right. I -- I have patients -- I have patients I've got to see, and that's -- there's nothing else.

Jason: What's going on, Max?

Max: Well, Sonny and Sam are still sick, but the doctor says they're stable.

Carly: Can you ask him about Michael?

Jason: That's good, that's good. Yeah, how's Michael?

Max: Healthwise, he's good. He did leave isolation to be with his father.

Jason: Max, you got to keep him with you.

Carly: Oh, my God.

Max: Yeah. Don't worry, it won't happen again.

Jason: Ok.

Carly: Can I talk to Michael?

Jason: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Hold on, Carly wants to talk to Michael.

Carly: Thank you.

Michael: Hi, mom.

Carly: Oh, baby, what is going on? Are you listening to Max?

Michael: Dad's real sick. I -- I need to stay with him until you and Jason get back.

Carly: Ok, listen to me. You need to let the doctors do their job, ok, sweetie? If anything happened to you, I don't know what I would do.

Michael: When are you coming back?

Carly: Real soon. Real soon. We think we found the medicine that's going to make daddy better, ok?

Michael: Well, hurry up, because we might have to stay here forever.

Carly: That's not going to happen. It will not happen because I'm not going to let it happen. But you do what Max says, ok? I love you. I love you so much, baby.

Michael: I love you, too.

Carly: Ok, so, what if there's no cure? What if there is no medicine? What happens to Michael, what happens to Sonny, Sam -- everyone? What happens, huh?

Robin: Patrick, this looks like each patient is going to get the same dose that Skye did.

Patrick: 10 ccís.

Robin: Right, but based on the progression-absorption ratios, it looks like all four of the test cases could show positive results with 8 ccís. That would leave us with another full dose.

Patrick: Lulu Spencer.

Robin: Five patients with a chance to survive instead of four.

Patrick: If we deviate from the only proven success, we run the risk of all five patients.

[Robin sighs]

Robin: See, this is what separates us researchers from you practitioners. I know that the biggest successes come from the biggest risks. No guts, no glory, Patrick.

Patrick: Who the hell am I to decide?

Robin: One of the best doctors that I've ever seen. Look, on a good day, I can barely stand the sight of you. So if I think you can pull this off, you can damn well pull it off.

Skye: I knew you'd do the right thing.

Elizabeth: Hey, Luke.

Bobbie: There's not much time.

Luke: I'm here, princess. Papa's here. And Aunt Bobbieís here, too. She says I should tell you how much I love you and let you go. I'm not going to do that. I canít. I need you earthbound with me. We're just starting to get acquainted, you and I, and already I know you're so much like your old man it's scary, and that means you're a hell of a fighter. You won't give up. I know you wonít. So -- please do a tired old man a huge favor and fight like it means something. Fight like there's someone waiting who loves you. Because I promise, you won't be disappointed.

Robin: Change in plans. We have enough vaccine to include Lulu.

Robert: Yeah. Well, we've had one success with the serum. We've got four more in the wings. Uh -- look, I'll -- I'll call you back when I've got some results.

Patrick: You might want to call back whoever it is you report to. We're taking the 40 cc's we have and dividing it between five patients instead of four. Lulu Spencer is getting a dose as we speak.

Robert: Good. I'm glad she's going to have a shot to beat this. My thanks at finding a way to make her a part of it.

Patrick: I would love to take the credit for being the genius, but your daughter's the one who came up with the solution.

Jason: Carly, if you want to go home, that's fine, but you're going to have to fly commercial. I need the jet here in case I come up with the antidote, but you need to promise me something. As soon as you get home, you are not going to go straight to the hospital.

Carly: Where else would I go? Sonny and Michael are in the hospital, Jason.

Jason: You cannot risk getting sick. How many times do I have to tell you that?

Carly: Well, I'm not going to sit at home while you're here looking for the Crylium people.

Jason: So do you want to stay here or do you want to go home?

Carly: I'm staying. I'm going to stay. We're a team, and I'm not leaving. I'm going to go take a shower.

[Phone rings]

Jason: Yeah. Stan, what -- what'd you get for me?

Maxie: I'd stick with roses.

Georgie: Shh. Did you find Father Coates?

Maxie: Yes, I did, and he agreed to marry you. He didn't even blink when I lied and told him you were 18.

Georgie: You know I wouldn't ask you to do it if I had any other way. By the way, is there any chance of finding something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue in, like, the next 15 minutes?

Maxie: I've already taken care of it.

Georgie: I knew you'd be the best Maid of Honor.

Maxie: Don't worry, someday you'll pay me back. I'm sure I'll turn into Bridezilla when it's my turn. Georgie -- um -- you do understand this is a lifetime commitment?

Georgie: Maxie, look around. If this isn't a time to follow my heart, I don't know when is.

Maxie: Ok, just -- when all this is over and Dillon survives and the world goes back to normal, you're going to be 17, still in high school, married to a college freshman who's completely dependent on his insane mother.

Georgie: Ok. For starters, I'm the practical one, remember, and you're the romantic. I love Dillon and, Maxie, I would make this commitment five years from now. So why not do it now?

Maxie: It's just you found the man you love and you're going to marry him, all right.

Georgie: Thank you.

Lucas: So you and -- you and Georgie, huh?

Dillon: How'd you hear?

Lucas: Maxie. She's pretty excited.

Dillon: Don't go telling anyone until it's over, ok? I don't want everybody in my life giving me an opinion.

Lucas: You know, I think that could get a little awkward if anyone brings up Georgieís age.

Dillon: What are you doing here? You could get sick.

Lucas: I wanted to make sure you weren't delusional, that you know what you're doing. I mean, marriage -- marriage is huge, man.

Dillon: But I love Georgie, and I'm going to be with her for -- for the rest of my life.

Lucas: Which is going to be a very long time, Dillon. Did you know they're -- they're working on something, something to cure this thing?

Dillon: Yeah, I -- I don't know what you've heard, but this thing has only got one way to go, and there's no way of telling who's going to live, who's going to not live.

Lucas: Yeah, well, that's true even when we're not in the middle of an epidemic.

Dillon: Look at me. I want to survive this thing, ok? I want to live to be 100 years as Georgieís husband, and you know what? If I only got a few weeks or a few days or a few hours, I want my family and God and everybody else to know that I made this commitment to this woman.

Robert: Sorry if I kept you waiting.

Robin: Waiting? You're kidding. Sorry.

Robert: I never expected this to be easy. Dr. Drake tells me you're the one who figured out how to get Lulu onto that list. Probably saved her.

Robin: I just did the math.

Robert: Good call. Too bad you're still a little skittish about compliments. Deal with that.

Robin: I just looked at the situation from a different angle -- kind of the way you taught me.

Elizabeth: Dr. Jones? Mrs. Feinberg started showing symptoms only two hours ago and she's already nonresponsive. It seems that --

Tony: I can't -- I can't take any more patients.

Elizabeth: But we're all stretched to the max. I --

Tony: I -- I have the fever, and I'm dizzy. And I'm no good for this place anymore. I'm -- I'm part of the problem.

Luke: Well -- well, what's going on?

Bobbie: Lulu's temperature just dropped two degrees.

Luke: Hey. Hey. Ah, sweet pea, are you ready to wake up? How do you feel?

Lulu: I must be in bad shape if you're playing Nurse Nancy.

Luke: Please -- Dr. Nancy. You had me worried. That was quite a scam you pulled.

Lulu: And you didn't think I was going to make it?

Luke: I didn't think you'd do anything but make it, baby.

Lucas: You ok, buddy?

Dillon: Pretty good. I almost forgot I was sick.

Maxie: Are you ready?

Father Coates: Most definitely.

Georgie: Hey.

Dillon: Oh, you look so beautiful. Whenever you're ready.

Father Coates: Dearly beloved, we are gathered here to join together this man and this woman in holy matrimony. This is a bond not to be entered into lightly.

Georgie: Is there any way that we can skip straight to the "I doís"? Does anyone object?

Tracy: At the top of my lungs!

Dillon: Mom, not now.

Tracy: Now is the only time! I object with every fiber of my being. And if common sense is not enough, then I have the law on my side. The bride is underage.

Woman: Take off that engagement ring, Samantha. There's no marriage for you, no children, and certainly no happiness. That will never happen.

Sam: Mom. No, please. No. Mom.

Jason: That was Stan. He hacked into the P.D.A. We got off Anton Rush. Stan came up with a phone number with the country code for the Markham Islands. I'm going to call it.

Man: I should be angry at you for trying to escape, but you did us a favor. You've weakened yourself considerably with all that movement.

Lucky: I'll kill you.

Man: You should be thanking me. You get to be the first on your block to try the new antidote.

Lucky: New?

Man: We had some problems with the earlier formulas -- a high mortality rate. So if you can survive the injection, it means our research has been successful.

[Phone rings]

Man: Excuse me. Yes?

Jason: Is this Crylium Industries?

Man: You must be the man pretending to be Lucky Spencer.

Jason: And I know you've got him. Let him go.

Man: Or what? You're hardly in a position to threaten me. You and your companion have both been exposed to a lethal virus. When you get sick -- and you will -- give me another call.

Jason: Why would I do that?

Man: So I can save your useless life.

>> Next week on "General Hospital" --

Patrick: People are getting sicker by the minute. Some are going to die.

Georgie: Dillon?

Carly: I don't even think I can walk.

Emily: We need help over here!

Nikolas: Help!

Courtney: I'm doing this for our child.

[Monitors sound]

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