GH Transcript Monday 3/6/06

General Hospital Transcript Monday 3/6/06


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Michael: Ok, good, the shades are drawn. That way, no one will be able to see us. The door's probably locked, so -- good thing I know where to find the extra key.

Max: Michael? What are you and Morgan up to? Come on.  Come on, you guys, you're killing me. What are you doing out here?

Sonny: Shh.

Max: I'm guessing you'd be looking for some trouble.

Michael: I -- I think I left a toy in there.

Max: Come on. You got a roomful back at the main house. The key for the guesthouse is only for emergencies.

Michael: I thought I heard someone in there.

Max: If you guys want to play, you got the biggest tree house in Port Charles in your backyard. Beat it.

Max: Go.

Emily: Do you think Michael heard anything?

Sonny: I don't think so, but you know what? This can never happen again.

Carly: I guess some people would say that I haven't been exactly fair to you in the past.

Jax: No. Really? Some people would actually say that?

Carly: Well, I won't even get into the way that you've treated me. Personally, I think that's what happens when you let other people's opinions influence you.

Jax: Really?

Carly: Yes.

Jax: Whose opinion was it to embezzle money from our club?

Carly: I was desperate. I needed the money so I could lure Alexis out of town.

Jax: Yeah. Oh, well, that really worked out well for you, didn't it?

Carly: Ok, honesty. You want honesty, right? It wasn't the best idea I ever had, thank God it's history, and we probably don't need to revisit it right now.

Jax: Ok.

Carly: Especially now.

Jax: Ok.

Carly: I think losing Courtney has taught us one thing, and that is life is short, and we need to live each and every moment fully, with no regrets. Right? What?

Jax: I'm just starting to realize why Courtney was so devoted to you.

Carly: Thanks, I think.

Jax: And I was right. John and I are lucky to have you, but you also have your own family to take care of, Carly.

Carly: I know, which is exactly why you need to move into the house next door.

Jax: Oh. I set myself up for that, didn't I?

Carly: No, it's perfect. Michael and Morgan know that Little John needs all the attention, and they will be great medicine for him, and he will be able to help them get over the loss of their Aunt Courtney. It is a win-win situation for everyone.

Elizabeth: Nikolas. Hey.

Nikolas: Hi.

Elizabeth: How you feeling?

Nikolas: I owe you an apology.

Elizabeth: Listen, I'm due for a break. You want to go grab a cup of coffee?

Nikolas: I'm sorry, I'll have to do it later. I need to see Jax. I went down to neonatal to look for him and he wasn't there.

Elizabeth: Yeah, Carly dragged him off to lunch; he needed a break, too.

Nikolas: Then I'll wait.

Elizabeth: Good. Then we do have time to talk.

Nikolas: Ok. My behavior at Courtney’s memorial was inexcusable, and --

Elizabeth: Nikolas, you're grieving. Please let someone help you.

Jason: Show some respect for Sam and go away.

Alexis: I'm sorry for your pain, Sam.

Jason: She lost her brother, and all you care about is easing your conscience.

Alexis: It wasn't my fault.

Jason: "My fault." I know, Alexis, we've heard it a million times. Why do you act so guilty?

Alexis: It isn't guilt, Jason.

Jason: What is it?

Alexis: It's called compassion.

Jason: Oh, you want Sam to forgive you. You want to hear her say that you were right, but it's not her job to make you feel better about yourself. So keep away from Sam, or I'm going to have to keep you away.

Ric: Hey! Hey!

Jason: You understand that?

Ric: Don't you ever threaten my wife again.  Alexis didn't know that Sam was still here, Jason, ok? She came to offer her condolences, to make peace with Danny and with God. She was trying to offer some kind of compassion, all right?

Sam: Alexis doesn't deserve peace. Ric.

Jason: I warned Alexis to stay away from Sam. There's nothing here that concerns her.

Alexis: As long as I'm being continually blamed, I guess it does concern me.

Jason: Have you ever admitted that you're wrong about anything?

Alexis: Let's go.

Jason: You did what you did -- again -- now, live with it.

Ric: Ok, threaten her again, Jason!

Jason: There's not going to be any more threats!

Sam: Stop it!

Jason: Get her away, and keep her away from Sam. What's the problem?

Ric: Come on, let's go.

Sam: God, why did she have to do this here? I hate her, Jason. I hate her.

Jason: I don't -- I don't blame you.

Sam: And I think you were right. She doesn't want to think that this was her fault, but my brother is dead because of her. I will never forgive her for this.

Elizabeth: At the memorial service, Sonny talked about how Courtney would not want to be remembered with anger or blame.

Nikolas: Sonny barely noticed Courtney, unless it was to use or criticize her.

Elizabeth: Maybe you're right, but in his own way, he tried to honor his sister.

Nikolas: As opposed to me.

Elizabeth: Nikolas, Courtney loved you. She'd want you to stop taking this out on yourself and let the people who care about you help. Come have dinner with me and Lucky. Cam would love to see you, and you know he'll make you laugh.

Nikolas: I have things I need to do, Elizabeth.

Elizabeth: Ok. What'd you do to yourself?

Nikolas: Hmm? Oh. My car went off into the ditch.

Elizabeth: Nikolas --

Nikolas: It's ok, I saw a doctor, received a few stitches. Apparently, I'm going to live.

Elizabeth: Yeah, this time.

Nikolas: Listen, I know -- I know you're worried about me, but you don't need to be. I've come up with a way to start letting go.

Sonny: Supposed to pick the boys up a half-hour ago.

Emily: Yeah, this is the downside of all the secrecy.

Sonny: Hey, I'm not ashamed what we feel for each other. Matter of fact, if it were up to me, I'd take you out in public, you on my arm. You know what I mean?

Emily: I think there are too many people who would be hurt by it. Everyone's so raw right now, huh?

Sonny: Especially my sons. Morgan -- you know, he's -- he's too young to know what's going on, and Michael’s grieving over the aunt that he loved so much. He cannot take another emotional blow.

Emily: I think we simply have to be more careful.

Sonny: Listen to me. You deserve better than this.

Emily: Sonny, if meeting you in secret is the only way we can be together, then I don't mind. I'm just sorry that -- that something that's so right for us hurts other people.

Sonny: I can't take another blowout with Jason. And then there's business and, you know, Jason’s helping Sam deal with her brother's death.

Emily: Yeah, the one thing I can't face besides losing you is Jason’s disappointment.

Sonny: Hey, you know what? Maybe there's an upside to all this secrecy. You know what that could be?

Emily: What?

Sonny: Well, it forces us to go slow, right?

Emily: Mm-hmm.

Sonny: We savor every moment. And no matter how careful we could be, I ain't giving you up.

Emily: I feel the same way.

Sonny: I got to go get the kids, ok?

Emily: I hope everything goes ok. Just call me and let me know. I'm going to go out the back, make sure no one sees me.

Sonny: I'll see you later, ok?

Emily: Bye.

Nikolas: When Courtney and I first became friends, we spoke of our childhoods together. What it was like growing up in our different worlds. She said to me then, she said -- she said that she would stand at the ocean's edge on the beach and wonder what was on the other side. And I, too, as a child dreamt of far-away places and of lives different than my own, back on the shores of Greece. I want to honor that common memory by scattering Courtney’s ashes at sea.

Elizabeth: Sounds perfect.

Nikolas: Mike agreed. But he wants Jax to consent as well.

Elizabeth: Seems reasonable. Jax is the father of Courtney’s son.

Nikolas: Yes, he is. And I'm the man Courtney agreed to marry, the man that she loved. But I have no legal standing. Mike is Courtney’s next-of-kin, and he feels that with Little John to consider, Jax should have a say. I have to respect that.

Elizabeth: Jax is capable of compassion. And I'm for anything that will help you heal and give you closure.

Nikolas: "Closure." I know that word is supposed to mean something right now, but closure feels virtually impossible to me at this point.

Elizabeth: Nikolas, I know you're choking on your pain right now and how wrong this all is. I've been where you are, I've felt the same grief you feel -- losing the one person who's become your entire world.

Nikolas: Lucky came back to you, Elizabeth. Courtney can never come back to me.

Sam: Danny and I weren't much of a family, but I tried to build a little something together with him. You know, I -- I wanted to make sure that he felt loved and wanted, like he belonged.

Jason: He did. Danny knew he mattered because of you.

Sam: If you were me, you wouldn't look for your mother, would you?

Jason: I don't -- I'm not sure. It's a tough one.

Sam: Don't you ever want to feel connected to something, to your past -- anything?

Jason: Well, my past pretty much started when I woke up from an accident. I don't even remember my childhood.

Sam: You're lucky.

Jason: Well, I got to choose a family for myself -- Sonny, Carly, their kids. Now I have you. You know, my other family, the -- whatever -- the Quartermaines -- I don't -- I don't feel part of them. I know that Emily and Monica love me, and I love -- I love them. And Alan -- it's hard sometimes, but I know that there's a history there, and it does matter even if I don't remember. And now we're talking about my situation, and it's a whole lot different than yours.

Sam: I'd say so, because when I went to find my mother, I found a cold, heartless woman who kept my brother locked in a basement. What if my biological mother is even worse?

Jason: I guess that's possible.

Sam: So I shouldn't look for her?

Jason: I can't tell you what to do.

Sam: You can't -- Jason, please, can I have some answers?

Jason: Sam, I --

Sam: Like, I need my questions answered. I need an opinion from you -- or anything.

Jason: I can get you the information that you need if you decide you want to do a search, but I don't need to know who your mother is to love you.

Sam: Really? What if she's a junkie or a prostitute? What if I'm a child of rape?

Jason: It's nothing you did, and it's not going to change who you are.

Sam: I don't know if I want answers as much as I want a mother, either/or. There are medical questions, Jason. We're planning on having a baby.

Jason: If you want to know, that's fine, ok? But if you don't look for your mom because you're scared, I think that's a mistake.

Sam: All right. Look, after my father died, I considered myself an orphan. And now Danny’s gone. I want to know where I'm from. I want to find my birth mother.

Alexis: Ok. So, so much for paying my respects.

Ric: Well, you know, no good deed goes unpunished. Can I get you something?

Alexis: Thank you for defending me. No, I've never had a white knight before.

Ric: Yeah, well, this hostility with Jason has become a real problem.

Alexis: This arrogance with Jason is becoming intolerable. That being said, he was right about one thing. I do want Sam’s forgiveness.

Ric: Ok, look, it's perfectly natural to want Sam to realize what I already know -- you didn't do anything to harm anybody -- but she's grief-stricken. She's looking for somebody to blame; you're an easy target.

Alexis: If the positions were reversed and I had lost everything the way that Sam did, I don't know that I would be so reasonable.

Ric: That's one of the many reasons why I love you. I see your heart and your compassion even if they don’t.

[Computer beeps]

Ric: Got messages.

Alexis: What is it?

Ric: Well, I don't know. It might be an answer to that birth certificate inquiry that we made earlier.

Alexis: Oh, I'm not sure that I'm ready for this.

Ric: You want to stop?

Alexis: Yes. But I want to know even more. Look.

Ric: Ok, ok.  Wait a minute, this can't be right. It says there's no record of any Baby Girl Davidovitch born on May 11, 1980.

Jax: I have to -- I have to get to the nursery.

Nikolas: I apologize for my behavior at the memorial.

Jax: Well, it's over.

Nikolas: Jax, I assume that Courtney’s ashes are still at the funeral home. I'd like to scatter them at sea if I could. Mike has agreed, provided you agree, as well.

Elizabeth: Hey.

Emily: Hey.

Elizabeth: It's been a crazy week, hasn't it?

Emily: Yeah.

Elizabeth: I wonder when things will get back to normal. Are you ok?

Emily: Yeah, I'm trying to be.

Elizabeth: So, you know Nikolas drove his car into a ditch?

Emily: I was at the hospital when Maxie brought him in. They had to close up a bad cut on his forehead.

Elizabeth: Hmm. I'm really worried about him, Em. Isn't there anything you can do to help him?

Carly: Michael told me what happened.  Michael said you told him I would be here to pick him up, but I was running late.

Sonny: Oh, yeah. Yeah, right, but you know what? You -- when I was at the hospital, you said you were on your way over here.

Carly: I know, I know, I got sidetracked. Little John -- I went to say goodbye to him, and he had some tests that were coming back and they were all good, thank God.

Sonny: Good, good.

Carly: But while we were waiting, I took Jax to Kelly’s to make sure he would eat --

Sonny: What, does Jax not know his way to Kelly’s?

Carly: Well, you're in a mood.

Sonny: No, it's just -- Michael’s dealing with a major loss right now. He's coping with Courtney’s death. He has to know that he has someone he can count on. I know you're dealing with Little John -- that's great, that's fantastic -- but you and me need to be able to communicate better.

Carly: You're right. You're right. I just -- you know, I -- I tend to lose track of time when I'm with Little John. You know, I just have never been around a baby that is so tiny and so young. With Michael, I had postpartum depression, and with Morgan -- you know.

Sonny: It's amazing, isn't it?

Carly: To watch that little boy experience life minute by minute. You know, he -- he sneezed earlier, and I thought, oh, my God, that is the first time he's ever experienced that. I count his fingers and I touch his head. He is truly a miracle. I missed that with my boys.

Sonny: Well, you couldn't help it.

Carly: I know, I know, but I get to have a chance now to make up for that, and Courtney is never, ever going to have that. And I just want him to know that I'm there, and I want that baby to know how much I love him.

Sonny: He's lucky to have you.

Carly: Look, Sonny, you know, this -- this isn't going to be at the expense of Michael and Morgan, I wouldn't do this.

Sonny: I just want to know that when we make a commitment, you know, we say we're going to do something, you stick to it.

Carly: I know, I know. You're right, I -- you know, it's -- it's going to be even better, because Little John's getting stronger, and I'm going to be able to give Michael and Morgan all the attention they need.

Sonny: Good, good. If that's true, then you wouldn't mind if I went out of town for a couple of days?

Emily: I don't know what you think I should do.

Elizabeth: Nikolas is in a very dark place.

Emily: Elizabeth, believe me, Nikolas doesn't want my comfort. He's still blaming himself for our divorce, and I try to reassure him that I'm doing fine. But -- but he's convinced that his choices wrecked two marriages and ultimately led to Courtney’s death.

Elizabeth: He's just trying to make sense out of what happened. He's looking for somebody to blame. Even if it's himself, it won't seem so random. You know, I just had a talk with Nikolas, and -- and he's looking for a way to move forward. Are you expecting a call?

Emily: No, no, no, no, no. I'm sorry, it's -- um -- no, go ahead. You were saying that Nikolas wants to move forward and --

Elizabeth: He wants to scatter Courtney’s ashes at sea.

Emily: That's a good start.

Elizabeth: He's trying to pick up the shattered little pieces of his life, Emily. He needs us -- you, me, Lucky.

Emily: What if you're wrong, Elizabeth? What if we're a constant reminder of how it all blew up?

Jax: I'm going to bury Courtney in a cemetery with a marked headstone.

Nikolas: Courtney loved the ocean, Jax. She was never happier than when she could look out over the horizon from it. It's what she'd want.

Jax: Look, when -- when John gets old enough and starts asking questions about his mother, I want a place where I can take him. A place that will honor Courtney’s memory, someplace where he can talk to his mother if he wants or take flowers. I don't want to tell him that she's been scattered in the wind.

Nikolas: Jax, I can't imagine that Courtney would want her son's relationship with his mother to be through some cold headstone stuck in the dirt.

Jax: Well, you don't get to interpret her wishes.

Nikolas: Courtney and I were in love, Jax. I know that's extremely difficult for you to swallow, but she chose me. We were going to be married. And I am entitled to my opinion.

Jax: Nikolas, whatever decision I make from now on is all about John, ok? Whatever -- whatever helps him to live a healthy life, even without his mother.

Nikolas: Regardless of what Courtney would want?

Jax: What Courtney would want is irrelevant. I know that's harsh, but you're too caught up in your own pain to consider Courtney’s son, and that's why I have to.

Jason: Ok, we need to put everything together you remember about your adoptive parents -- where you lived, property owned, schools, tax returns, any kind of legal records. If there's anything to find, Stan is going to find it.

Sam: Ok, well, you know, once Evelyn left us, my father started grifting, and he didn't talk about the past much. I remember living in Las Vegas when I was, like, 5 or 6. Um -- New York City, and Boston, Boston.

Jason: Boston. Ok.

Sam: My father used to talk about it in card games to the other guys.

Jason: All right, what about Evelyn? Any idea where she came from?

Sam: Oh, the only thing I know about her is that she took off with Danny and went to South Carolina. I don't know if she had any family there. I don't even know why she would go there -- or why she would even adopt me. She obviously didn't want me.

Jason: Hey.

Sam: It's -- Jason, you know, what kind of a woman -- you know, what a piece of trash. She is the one who made me feel so unlovable, who made me feel so easy to walk away from, and she was not even my mother.

Jason: Does that help?

Sam: It just makes me wonder if my biological mother is better or worse.

Alexis: Wait, wait, wait.

Ric: It totally doesn't make any sense.

Alexis: We're missing something. There's got to be some mistake.

Ric: Ok, you're sure about the date, right?

Alexis: I'm positive. I know when I gave birth to my first daughter. It was May 11, Mother's Day, 1980, in Chatham, Maine. You don't forget a day like that.

Ric: Ok, I understand that.

[Alexis sighs]

Ric: I'm just thinking that maybe she was registered under a different name. Maybe it was under "Cassadine" or it was under "Davis"?

Alexis: Davis? I changed my name to Davis way after this happened.

Ric: Check. Check.

Alexis: Cassadine -- I certainly hope not, but it's a possibility. Ok.

Ric: No. Ok, all right, it's just been misfiled. We'll just check all -- all baby girls born on that day.

Alexis: Oh -- this is just wrong. I'm telling you, it is wrong. How can there be no record of any girls born in Chatham, Maine, on May 11? Mikkos must've tampered with the records. I'm sure he paid somebody to register the baby under "Jane Doe" in another county. I bet she doesn't even have a birth certificate.

Ric: Everybody has a birth certificate, Alexis. There is some kind of a record and we will find it. Alexis, you know the town that you stayed in. We'll just go back to the clinic and we'll go through every file by hand if necessary. This is a dead end only if you want it to be. We will find your daughter if that's what you want.

Jason: All right, the cleanest line to your mother is through your adoptive parents, and the best way we can track them is through Danny.

Sam: Well, obviously, after Danny was born with his disability, they didn't want to take their chances.

Jason: Mm-hmm.

Sam: I'm sure my father wanted a bigger family, so they adopted me. But he probably left us with Evelyn because he's not a domestic kind of guy, you know?

Jason: Ok, if we can find out where Danny was born, maybe you were born there, too. You said your dad wasn't much of a grifter before --

Sam: Maine. Maine.

Jason: Are you sure?

Sam: Yeah, Danny -- Danny -- he used to talk about how cold the winters were and the ice and the snow, and he -- he actually mentioned it. I am positive. I am positive. It has to be Maine.

Jason: Ok.

Nikolas: You're using your position as John's father to rewrite history and push me to the margins of Courtney’s life.

Jax: What life, Nikolas? Courtney's gone.

Nikolas: It is so easy for you to put Courtney behind you and move on, isn't it, Jax? How long did you mourn her, an entire week? And then you send this enormous bouquet of flowers to her memorial, and then "Next. Moving on. Time to go."

Jax: You know what? You don't know how I feel, ok? We all mourn in our different ways.

Nikolas: In some ways, it must be a relief to you that Courtney died -- you get to have her son all to yourself, and you don't have to deal with the fact she didn't love you anymore.

Jax: Back off, Nikolas!

Elizabeth: Hey, what -- what's going on?

Emily: You're both hurting.

Jax: Not according to Nikolas. Now, apparently he's the only one allowed to grieve, and we're all just bystanders in his personal tragedy.

Emily: Nikolas, are you ok?

Nikolas: What, I'm standing, I'm breathing? What else matters? Certainly not the fact that Courtney’s dead, and what she would want. Jax is taking revenge because she loved me and not him.

Elizabeth: I take it he doesn't want to release Courtney’s ashes to you?

Nikolas: It doesn't matter. I don't need his permission to do what's right.

Elizabeth: Like I said.

Emily: Elizabeth, you know Nikolas -- the harder we push, the further he's going to pull away. And the Four Musketeers is not a quick fix for what he's going through.

Elizabeth: Yeah, you're right, I agree, he needs to grieve. But I'm scared for him.

Sonny: Yeah, I got to -- I got to get to the island for a couple of days. You know, there's a problem with the casinos and -- nothing serious. I just got to nip it in the bud.

Carly: Well, you know, that -- that's a great idea. It is. I know how much you hate the snow and --

Sonny: Yeah.

Carly: Going to the island is probably exactly what you need. Maybe you can fully recover from the virus. You deserve a few days away.

Sonny: Yeah.

Carly: Yeah.

[Toy flies]

Carly: Hey! Wow. Why don't you guys come down here and give your daddy a hug and wish him a happy trip.

Michael: Ok. Where you going?

Sonny: I'm going to go out of town for a couple days.

Carly: He's going to the island, and if you guys are good and I give him a good report, he may bring you back a present.

Michael: We'll be good. I promise!

[Carly laughs]

Alexis: Mikkos was determined to cover up the fact that I was pregnant, determined to make the whole thing go away. And if he could erase all the signs of my daughter, if he could make it so that I'd never be able to find her, then -- poof -- it's as if she doesn't exist.

Ric: Well, if there's no record listing you as the mother, it's going to make the search a lot more difficult.

Alexis: Well, it's not fair, because I have a right to find out what happened to my daughter. I'm not saying that I'm going to approach her or disrupt her life in any way. I just want to know that she's ok. I just want to know that she had a decent life, better than the one that I could've given her.

Ric: Ok. Then we will start with the town where she was born.

Alexis: Ok, ok. I mean, how hard could it be to find a clinic? How many clinics are there for unwed mothers in Chatham, Maine, for God's sake?

Sam: Ok, if Danny was born in Maine, then I probably was, too. Did Stan say anything about the birth certificate?

Jason: Stan's doing the best he can.

Sam: Whoa. I don't know if I'm more scared that I'm going to find out who my mother is or that I'm not. I don't know why any of this matters, but it does. There's something about meeting a woman who carried me for nine months, who is my first connection to this world, who is my only blood relative. Could you imagine -- Jason, can you imagine if I have brothers or sisters? Not only a mother, but a whole family? Maybe she's actually a decent woman who gave me up for all the right reasons. Maybe, you know, she thought she was doing what was best. Or, of course, I could be setting myself up for a big, fat fall when I find out the truth.

Jason: Here's the truth. I love you no matter what we find out.

Jax: Sorry about before. You shouldn't have to run interference with me and Nikolas.

Elizabeth: Lashing out at each other doesn't honor Courtney’s memory.

Jax: Yeah, I know that, you know? But Nikolas -- he's spiraling into this dark place. That's why I have to do what I'm doing. That's why I have to take care of that little boy.

Elizabeth: Of course you do.

Jax: You know, every decision or choice I make from now on, it's all about John. He's my priority. It's what Courtney would've wanted.

Nikolas: There it is -- the release form for Courtney’s ashes. However, the funeral parlor won't allow me to take them without your signature.

Mike: So, Jax agreed?

Nikolas: I just reminded him of how much Courtney loved the ocean.

Mike: Well, I kind of like the idea of Courtney’s wishes being fulfilled. You know, the wind, the water -- it kind of sets her free.

Nikolas: I think so, too.

Mike: So -- um -- I guess maybe she can rest easy now knowing that you and Jax have overcome your differences.

Monica: Hello.

Emily: Hi.

Monica: You look like you have the weight of the world on your shoulders.

Emily: You know, mom, I have no reason to complain. I'm so much better off than so many other people.

Monica: Still, you look tired. And I have a great idea. Why don't the two of us fly down to Key West this weekend? There is a wonderful new spa I'm dying to try.

Emily: Oh, mom, that sounds great, but --

Monica: Oh, we can get facials, we can get mud wraps, we can get massages -- we'll have the works. Come on. If there were ever two people that deserve to be pampered after what we've gone through, it's us. Come on, you don't have anything going, do you?

Emily: You know what, mom? You're right. That -- it sounds like a great idea.

Monica: Oh, good, good. I will make all the arrangements, and I'll let you know. Ok.

[Phone rings]

Emily: Oh. Hi.

Sonny: You ok?

Emily: Uh -- yeah, I'm fine.

Sonny: The close call with Michael and Morgan made me think we need to give ourselves a break.

Emily: A break from each other?

Sonny: A break from everyone else nosing into our business. Just you and me, you know?

Emily: Ok, I -- I like the sound of that.

Sonny: I'm making plans to go away to the island this weekend, and I would just love if you came with me.

Emily: Um -- you know what? You're not going to believe this, but I just made other plans.

Sonny: Oh. Well, you know -- all right, another time, maybe, you know? I'll miss you.

Emily: You know what? I'll -- I'll cancel those plans.

Sonny: You don't have to. I mean, are you sure?

Emily: Yeah. I can't think of anything I'd rather do. I'd love to -- to get away.

Michael: Where are you going?

Carly: Yeah, Emily. Where you going? And who is it you'd love to go with?

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Carly: I guess Emily’s plans are a big secret.

Monica: Emily's going away with me.

Sonny: I don't want Jason knowing. Are we clear?

Jax: Everything ok?

Ric: The Bilmont clinic still exists in Chatham, Maine.

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