General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 3/15/06
Provided By Boo
Proofread by Brian
Diego: Hey. Water's pretty hot. So, if you want, you can wait for the steam to clear -- or not.
Georgie: Ok. Hmm.
Dillon: Georgie, you forgot your -- loofah.
Carly: You were great, Morgan. Awesome.
Morgan: Thank you.
Carly: So, my little boy gets high marks from his pediatrician?
Nurse: His checkup was perfect.
Carly: All right.
Nurse: Good job, Morgan.
Carly: Say thank you.
Morgan: Thank you.
Carly: Say goodbye.
Carly: Come on, sweetie. So do we get ice cream for that? I think so. Oh. Hey, Monica.
Carly: You're back from your spa weekend with Emily already?
Monica: Oh, there was a change of plans. She decided to hang with a college friend instead.
P.A. Announcer: Dr. Monica Quartermaine --
Monica: Excuse me.
P.A. Announcer: Call 2505.
Carly: Hmm. How about that, Morgan? Emily went away the same weekend as your daddy. Small world, huh?
Emily: Hey, sleepy.
Emily: Oh, I was beginning to think that you were going to stay in bed all day.
Sonny: Nothing wrong with that. Can you tell me, please, what time it is? Because seriously, I don't think I've -- I've slept this much in years.
Emily: Well, then I'm glad that -- that we decided to stay.
Emily: Mm-hmm. That's -- mmm.
Sonny: Mmm. Wow.
Emily: Obviously, this place is good for you.
Sonny: You know what's good for me? You.
Jason: Yeah. Well, you know what? That's fine. Just tell Sonny to call me as soon as he shows up.
Sam: Hey, there's a fresh pot of coffee if you want.
Jason: What are you -- what are you into there?
Sam: I'm getting info on my G.E.D. Test.
Jason: What -- what for?
Sam: "Who" for. Me. I never got my diploma.
Jason: I didn't know it was important to you, but that's great. Why -- why now?
Sam: Well, you can't go to college if you don't have a diploma, and you can't go to law school if you don't go to college.
Sam: So --
Jason: Why would you want to go to law school?
Sam: Why do you think, silly? To be a lawyer.
Dillon: Whoa. It doesn't get much weirder than this, huh? You, us, working, sleeping, showering. This could happen a lot. You, miss, are getting a bathrobe for your birthday, right?
Dillon: Yeah. Ok.
Georgie: Thank you. Thank you.
Dillon: Other than that, I guess we'll just have to handle it like adults.
Diego: Not a problem.
Dillon: Ok. Ok, so, shower now and then you can get to your homeroom on time.
Georgie: I'm not going to class today. Mike needs help; we need money.
Dillon: Georgie, you know that nightmare our families are having about me ruining your life? You want that to come true?
Georgie: I know what I'm doing.
Dillon: You know what? You've got three months left of -- of school. You've been accepted to every college you've applied to. You planning on ruining your G.P.A. and your entire life for minimum wage and tips?
Georgie: It doesn't matter, Dillon. I'm -- I'm not going to college.
Sam: Look, I know what you're thinking. I find out that Alexis is my mother, and I think I have something to prove, but I swear to you, Jason -- I swear, this has nothing to do with Alexis. This is not some crazy fantasy to be exactly like her.
Jason: That's a huge relief.
Sam: I just -- I need to do something with my life. And I thought -- salvage operator? Or lawyer?
Jason: I -- I think it's great that you have goals, even though it could take years to get there, but a lawyer?
Sam: Why? I promise you -- I promise, this has nothing to do with Alexis. I made this connection way before I made the whole Alexis-was-my-mother thing. And actually, when I found out, you know what? Yeah, I wanted to do it bigger and better. And it really hit me when I was sitting in court and Alexis was defending Manny and twisting the law in his favor. And -- and I thought to myself, "I don't know how to fight back," and I felt helpless. And you know how I hate that. And then it hit me. The only thing that Alexis has that I don't is a law degree. And it's her weapon. And I still want to get married and have babies. I want that more than anything. But I want to do something with my mind that has meaning. I want to make you proud. I want to make Danny proud.
Jason: Look, I -- Sam, I believe in you, you know that. And I will support you as long as becoming a lawyer is for you and not for revenge.
Manny: You heard what the Alcazar kid did in Pentonville? He snitched on Santiago. Six months before my man was due to be released.
Manny: I'll call you back.
Lorenzo: My son, Diego, got paroled. He's home.
Manny: Hey, congratulations, man, you must be --
Lorenzo: He got out because he informed on another inmate.
Manny: Why are you telling me this?
Lorenzo: I can't proceed with our plans until I'm sure that my son is safe.
Manny: Ok, where do I fit in?
Lorenzo: Just keep your ears open. Help me resolve this so we can get back to business.
Manny: Hey, listen, for the record -- I got no problem with you or your son. I just want Jason Morgan and his boss, Corinthos, to suffer. So however we can do that, you know -- Sam, mess up his deals, you know --
Lorenzo: Just proceed with the plans that we discussed for now. I'll tell you when to move.
Manny: Hey. Hey. Hey. Is this your dolly, Sweetness? Hey, she's pretty. You know, you have to be more careful, because you don't want -- you don't want to hurt her.
Emily: Those were picked fresh this morning.
Emily: The senora in the market told me that I -- that I must feed las naranjas to mi amante.
Sonny: To your lover.
Sonny: You know what? I could wake up like this every morning, and I'd be very, very content.
Emily: Yeah, that's a word I don't hear you use much. So, I found something fun for us to do tonight.
Sonny: If it's anything like last night, I'm there.
Emily: Oh. Well, that too.
Sonny: Well --
Emily: But I -- I found a casino. It's about 20 kilometers from --
Sonny: All right.
Emily: From here. And it's supposed to be muy elegante.
Sonny: You want to gamble?
Emily: I -- no, I just thought that you might enjoy a little bit of nightlife.
Sonny: Well, I get enough nightlife at home, so here's what I want to do. Remember that plaza we walked through last night with the kids playing soccer, and there was a bodega in the middle, right?
Emily: The one with the pigs' feet hanging down from the --
Sonny: You got a problem with pigs' feet?
Emily: Yeah -- you know, I'm just not really --
Emily: Crazy, you know, about -- about pigs' feet, entrails, brains. You know, that kind of --
Sonny: Oh, yeah. Well, I'll tell you what we'll do. We'll get a bottle of red wine, right, and some tapas. Keep it simple.
Sonny: But you don't know what you're missing.
Emily: Are you sure that's going to keep you interested?
Sonny: Well, if -- if you're there, I'm interested. And we got a couple hours to kill before now and then --
Sonny: So I'll tell you what. You tell me how you want to spend the time.
Carly: Ok. Hey! Just the man I was looking for. Wow. You working out?
Carly: Huh. You are as solid as a tree.
Carly: Must make a woman feel real safe to be with you. Big, strong man.
Max: Huh. Well, I got to go.
Carly: Yeah? Not so fast.
Carly: You and I -- we need to have a little talk. Ok?
Leticia: Hey, everyone.
Carly: Hey, Leticia! Can you do me a favor? Can you take Morgan back to my place and put him down for a nap?
Max: Oh, I'll do it. I'll do it. Morgan loves me. I sing him this little lullaby; he goes right to sleep. It's great.
Carly: Oh, that's ok. I know you have a lot of responsibilities around here for Sonny, oh wait -- Sonny's not here, is he?
Carly: But that's still ok. Leticia --
Carly: Could you do that for me?
Carly: Thank you. Morgan, can you say goodbye to Max?
Carly: Bye. Come on.
Max: Bye. Bye.
Carly: I love you, sweetie.
Carly: No, you got to take the coat.
Morgan: Oh --
Carly: Yeah, it's cold out there. Thanks, Leticia. I'll call you in a little while.
Max: Ok, well, take care, Mrs. C. I got those responsibilities I have to see to, and so I'm going to --
Carly: Sit -- and stay. You know what, Max? I think you're going to need a drink for this one.
Max: Oh, I couldn't drink in the middle of the day. I'd get in trouble, maybe fired, you know.
Carly: Well, he's not here, is he?
Carly: No, he's not. You know what? You and I -- we have a lot to discuss. And I think it's time that we were honest with each other. See, I'm looking for Sonny, and we both know that he's with Emily. And you get to tell me where they went.
Diego: I wouldn't be here if I had another choice.
Maxie: Diego, your dad is, like, the richest guy in town.
Diego: Yeah. Hey, look, he's about to start a family, all right? He doesn't want me hanging around. This place is all I can afford right now. I know it doesn't mean anything to you, but I've paid my debt to society.
Maxie: I'm never going to forget what you did to me. But I'm willing to let you prove that you have learned your lesson. You can start by staying away from my sister.
Diego: Isn't that up to Georgie?
Georgie: I'm not saying that I'll never go to college. I just think we should wait until you're finished with school.
Dillon: No. No way am I putting your life on hold for mine.
Georgie: It makes sense.
Dillon: Georgie, we're married. We're in this together. You can't make a decision like that without at least talking to me.
Georgie: Ok, fine. Then let's talk, Dillon. How are we going to support ourselves? No, our families --
Dillon: I --
Georgie: They're not going to help us. They're too determined to see this fail. What's going to happen in the next three months? No, no, no, no, no. Let's talk about this month. What's going to happen this month? How are we going to pay your tuition, the rent?
Maxie: Maybe -- maybe this'll help. It's only $280, but I've been saving it since Christmas.
Georgie: No, no. Please.
Maxie: Oh, come on. Consider it a wedding gift. It's a little late, but my heart's in the right place.
Dillon: Well, we were kind of shortchanged in the gift department.
Georgie: Thank you so much.
Dillon: Yeah, that's so great. Thank you. Now, tell your sister she's making a huge mistake, please.
Georgie: Not now, not now. I have to go, before Mike fires me. Thank you.
Dillon: Pretty pathetic, huh?
Maxie: No. I believe in you guys. I just feel really bad for you. You have a criminal living across the hall.
Dillon: Yeah. Well, between Diego and Manny Ruiz, I'm not exactly sleeping very well.
Maxie: Well, I don't think you're going to have any more problems with Diego, because when we saw him cornering Georgie outside the other day, Jesse pulled a gun on him. Kind of put him in his place. I don't think he'll be trying that again.
Dillon: Wait -- Georgie was outside Kelly’s with Diego?
Ric: Ok, sweetheart, come on. We got to get inside now.
Manny: The little girl and I -- you know, we're just getting to be friends. Hey, I bet you didn't know that your mama -- she's my hero. She and your stepfather here saved me from going to jail.
Ric: Yeah, well, all in a day's work, sweetheart.
Manny: Hey, Ric, she's an angel. A little angel.
Ric: Listen, the minute the verdict was handed down, our relationship ended. We officially have nothing to say to each other.
Manny: Hey, angel, when you see your mama, tell her that Manny said hi. See you later.
Ric: Ok. Let's go.
Manny: Bye, princess.
Sam: This has absolutely nothing to do with Alexis. I need to do this for myself.
Jason: I would just hate to see you waste your time and a high-level education on Alexis Davis, that's all.
Sam: You don't actually think I'll get through law school.
Jason: I think that you're smart enough. It's the attention span I'm worried about.
Sam: Really? Well, you know what? I'm -- I'm different. I'm a lot more disciplined now, and I know what I want.
Jason: You don't think you're going to get bored?
Sam: Well, I will make it interesting, you know? Think Julia Roberts in "Erin Brockovich."
Jason: Who's that?
Sam: Come on, Jason. Think about it. I can be your attorney. I can bail you out. I can defend you in court. Sonny can put me on payroll. Come on, is any of this --
Jason: Hold on, hold on. I think we should keep our personal lives separate from our professional lives.
Sam: Really? Well, looks like I'm going to have to prove you wrong.
Jason: No, I'm -- I'm just saying --
Sam: You're humoring me.
Jason: No. I think you can do anything you put your mind to. You're very smart. You talk a whole lot, which is very useful in a courtroom. I think you could make a great lawyer.
Carly: Are you afraid of me, Max?
Max: Oh, not really.
Max: Maybe a little.
Carly: Yeah. You know, a little fear is good. Just as long as you know that I don't really want to hurt anyone. In ft, it's just the opposite. I want to save Sonny and Emily and everyone they love. And you get to help me do that.
Max: No comment. Ahem.
Carly: Wrong answer.
Max: Um -- any questions of a personal nature, you're going to have to ask Sonny.
Carly: Ok. All right. You know, just give me Sonny's number and I'll call him myself and I'll ask him.
Max: Ah. This is a trick.
Carly: You're too smart for me. How long have we known each other, Max? Four, five years?
Carly: And you know that you can trust me? And if I make a promise, I keep it?
Max: You're about to make a promise?
Carly: Mm-hmm. I promise you that if you don't tell me what I want to hear, the whole world is going to know about our affair.
Max: What affair?
Carly: The red-hot love affair you and I have been having behind Sonny's back.
Max: No, no, no, you wouldn't --
Carly: Oh, yeah, I would. You know, I just couldn't help myself. So big and strong and handsome. Always protecting me and making me feel safe. What woman wouldn't melt? And you know, we almost exposed ourselves the other night on the dance floor.
Max: No, no. No.
Carly: Flesh touching flesh. Our bodies moving in a rhythm like they were one. "I'm sorry, Sonny, that you feel so deceived by your most trusted bodyguard. Because he was boinking your wife behind your back.
Max: No, no. Ah -- ah --
Carly: So what's it going to be, Max?
Carly: You know where Sonny and Emily are. Now you're going to tell me.
Sonny: How are you doing?
Emily: Hmm. So, there's a Goat Cheese Festival and there's the -- the ruins of the Moorish castle that we -- that we have to see. I do this all -- all the time. I wait until I get someplace before I read up on it, and then -- and then I always leave the place wanting to come back for more.
Sonny: Well, I didn't exactly give you enough time to prepare.
Emily: No, it's still a bad habit. You know, Jason always -- always laughs at me, but then again, he reads travel books for fun.
Sonny: Hey. I wish Jason would stay away. But he's your brother, my best friend, and he has an opinion.
Emily: And Jason -- he, you know, judged us before even giving us a chance.
Sonny: True, true. But you know what? I've trusted Jason’s instincts for 10 years. I believe what he believes. I put my life in his hands. But you know something? Since we've been together, I'm starting to trust something a little more.
Lucas: Hey, thanks for meeting me.
Guy: Why am I here?
Lucas: My cousin Lucky -- you know, the cop?
Guy: Oh, the stud? Yeah, he doesn't play for the team, does he?
Lucas: No, he's -- he's married and tragically hetero. But listen, he -- he keeps me current on the criminal case against Frank Rausch. Now, Rausch went and got himself a high-powered lawyer, so there's -- there's not going to be a plea bargain or confession or anything like that. I mean, frank's really fighting these hate-crime charges with everything he's got.
Guy: What's his defense? That we forced him to bash us?
Lucas: Well, something like that. He's saying that we both came on to him, and he was forced to defend himself.
Guy: Well, he's got a high opinion of himself.
Lucas: The thing is, there were two separate instances, months apart. I mean, you and I didn't even know each other until afterwards.
Guy: You make it sound like logic is supposed to mean something.
Lucas: Somebody from the D.A.'s office is going to want to interview you. I thought we should talk and, you know, make sure we hit the same points.
Guy: I don't think that's a good idea -- legally speaking. You know this is going to go to court.
Lucas: Yeah, of course it will.
Guy: Well, will you be able to keep your cool on the stand, or do you plan on disappearing into the mist and letting me take all the heat?
Maxie: Oh, well -- um, perfect timing, because I was just telling Dillon how you pulled a gun on Diego, gave him a warning, and of course, my sister, bleeding heart -- she -- she jumped to his defense. I think she was just surprised to see him.
Dillon: Oh, wait -- you're talking about that meeting outside Kelly’s? The one where Jesse drew his gun? I -- I thought you were talking about an entirely different -- like one that happened since then. No, Georgie told me all about that. Yeah.
Jesse: Oh, you weren't upset?
Dillon: No, you know, we have a lot on our plate right now. Diego's really the least of our problems.
Jesse: Well, I don't know if I could be that cool about it. I mean, Diego makes parole, beelines straight for Georgie. It'd kind of get under my skin.
Georgie: Careful. It's slippery over there.
Diego: You know, I can't believe I dropped a whole order. See, in prison, we had aluminum. Much easier.
Georgie: I can't imagine how that was for you.
Diego: Oh. You know, it's kind of hard to forget about the noise. Just thousands of guys in one room, everyone talking. Metal forks clattering against trays and dishes. It was like -- last night, I sat in my room and just listened to silence.
Georgie: You're going to be fine, Diego.
Maxie: Georgie, don't let Diego interfere with what you have going with Dillon.
Georgie: Maxie, don't be ridiculous.
Maxie: You know, for someone so smart, you can be so thick. Diego knows exactly how to push your buttons, and he's going to do it any chance he can get.
Jesse: Parole has limits. One slip-up and you're back to Pentonville. Just thought I'd mention it.
Maxie: Come on, let's go.
Diego: Hey! Whoa! Gotcha.
Georgie: Oh, thanks.
Dillon: Come here, come here.
Diego: What are you --?
Dillon: You stay the hell away from my wife.
Carly: Make it easy on yourself, Max.
Max: Oh, God. I swear to you, Mrs. C, Mr. C never told me where he was going, I swear.
Enzo: Mr. Corinthos said that you were the point man on this, Max. That you'd know how to find him when the time came.
Max: Oh. He meant in the future. The time when -- in the future when he -- tell her, Enzo. The future.
Enzo: I just do what I'm told.
Carly: You lied to me.
Max: I don't feel so good.
Carly: Now, you think you feel sick now? Wait'll Jason finds out about this. Save yourself. Where is Sonny and Emily?
Sonny: I don't know when I'm coming home, ok? But I'm going to call you every day. I'm going to -- I miss you. I love you. Bye.
Emily: So, goat cheese or the Moorish ruins?
Sonny: There's nothing I would love more than to see the ruins with you. But I think it's time we went back home.
Sam: I got to go, because there are some materials I'm going to need for my G.E.D.
Jason: Can't you order them online?
Sam: I could, but I don't want to wait for the mail. What?
Jason: It's just nice to see you excited about something.
Sam: Well, you know, the sooner I go to college, the sooner I can become a lawyer, and the sooner I can stick it to you know --
Jason: Glad you're not making it about Alexis.
Sam: This has nothing to do with Alexis.
Sam: I swear. It doesn’t.
Jason: All right.
Ric: Sam -- ahem --
Sam: Ric. Ok.
Jason: What do you want?
Ric: Manny got dangerously close to Kristina today. I couldn't contact Sonny, so I figured you should know.
Jason: And how did you let that happen, Ric?
Ric: Can we please try not to hate each other for five minutes?
Jason: Just try telling me what you want.
Ric: I want you to kill Manny.
Lucas: Look, you don't have to get all over my case.
Guy: You make it sound like you want to back out of pressing charges.
Lucas: Well, of course I'm going to press charges. The guy nearly killed us.
Guy: Try to sound a little more committed to the cause.
Lucas: Oh, I'm not going to march in a parade, if that's what you mean. This isn't a cause to me; this is a criminal case.
Guy: Don't kid yourself, Lucas. Every hate crime is political!
Lucas: Give me a break, Guy. I may not be a poster boy for gay rights, but I'm trying. You've had time to make peace with who you are. I'm not there yet. So don't trash me if I don't fight for the cause the way you think I should. It's nothing personal; it's just the way I need to handle it.
Guy: You're right, Lucas. You're right. It's none of my business.
Georgie: Dillon, stop it! Don't jump to conclusions. I slipped and fell. Diego caught me, that's all.
Dillon: Ok. What's yesterday's excuse?
Georgie: "Yesterday's excuse"? What -- what --
Dillon: Yesterday he was at my mother's house, and you guys had already seen each other, obviously, in secret, I imagine.
Georgie: No, Dillon, it was not in secret.
Dillon: Yeah, well, you didn't tell me about it, so it must be a secret.
Diego: Don't be paranoid, Dillon. I ran into her upfront, ok? She told me to leave her alone. Yeah, she even said you're married now and that the two of you are in love. Or is that a secret, too?
Georgie: It's the truth.
Dillon: Ok, I'm sorry.
Georgie: So am I.
Dillon: How the hell are we going to do this? Live our lives, pay our bills, keep our sanity?
Georgie: We need to remember just how much we love each other. If we start from there, nothing can come between us.
Sonny: This has been a revelation.
Emily: We haven't really done that much.
Sonny: No, I know. That's not what I meant. I'm talking about how good you are for me, how we are together, and there's no doubt in my mind that this is right. But it's just not a great time right now to be away from my kids.
Emily: Yeah, no -- you miss them.
Sonny: Yeah. I mean -- well, Kristina -- she's with her mother all the time, so she doesn't miss me, and Michael’s old enough to -- you know, to understand when I go away. But Morgan -- he's still a baby. And, you know, he -- all he knows is that his daddy's gone. And Carly’s got to help out with -- with Courtney’s baby, so -- I mean --
Emily: You -- you don't have to explain, you know? I -- I say that we just get home.
Carly: Max, come on. I know you're in there. Wake up.
Max: Sonny -- what? What happened?
Carly: Oh -- you fainted. Get up.
Max: Oh. Oh.
Carly: How are you feeling?
Max: Well, that depends. Are you going to lay off this Sonny-and-Emily thing?
Carly: Not even for a second.
Max: Then just kill me now.
Cay: That's not funny coming from a man with your job description. And when Jason finds out about our affair, he's going to --
Max: We're not having an affair.
Carly: A technicality.
Max: Why couldn't you be the independent woman you said you were going to be? On your own, tossing your beret in the air. You're going to make it after all.
Carly: Sonny and Emily didn't go to the island. I called down there and I got the runaround. Now where the hell are they?
Max: No, Sonny didn't take Emily to the island.
Carly: Sonny's with Emily. Yes!
Max: Aw, hell.
Carly: Ok, so you know what? He was probably sleeping with her when I came back from the Markham Islands, wasn't he? He was sleeping with her then. Max?
Max: Mrs. C, hypothetically speaking, if Sonny were having an affair with a certain someone, how do you think a certain other someone would react? A person with blond hair, blue eyes, no sense of humor, and an accurate trigger finger?
Carly: Audrey Hardy?
Max: Oh -- this person would do whatever he had to do to protect his sister -- hypothetically. Do you want to find out what he would do for real?
Jason: You and Alexis got Manny released; you don't like how he's acting. You deal with it.
Ric: Look, you want me to admit that I was wrong? I admit that the system failed, and now a dangerous man is out on the street. He approached my stepdaughter, Sonny's daughter. Call me crazy -- I would have thought that you would want to try to keep her safe, Jason.
Jason: Does Alexis even know you're doing this?
Ric: No, she doesn't, because if she did, she would be terrified.
Jason: Oh, then she would think Manny's this big threat, right?
Ric: Why are you balking on this? You wanted him dead for a long time, so get it done, for Kristina’s sake!
Jason: Once I've killed Manny for you, you will always have something on me.
Ric: Jason, you kill Manny, and I will never come after you again.
Maxie: You look miserable.
Lucas: Lainey canceled our session.
Maxie: Oh, Lucas -- why don't you just tell me all your problems and I'll fix you right up.
Lucas: You know what? I think I'll be just fine. Ok. Why can't coming out be like a sitcom? You know, 30 minutes of awkwardness, and then I get to be the most popular guy in town.
Maxie: With a really cool wardrobe.
Lucas: Yeah. And on next week's episode, I find out the guy I have a crush on is actually gay also. And then the week after that, I get voted class president.
Maxie: That would be ideal.
Lucas: But no. I get beaten up, drug into a lawsuit, and some guy, actually named Guy, says I'm really bad at being gay.
Maxie: Being straight is no picnic, either. I mean, look at Georgie and me.
Lucas: Yeah, and Georgie’s married to the love of her life, and you're dating, what, Mr. Brooding-and-gorgeous?
Maxie: No, no, no, there's no way you can compare what Dillon and Georgie have to what Jesse and I have. I mean, Dillon’s sworn to love Georgie until the day that he dies. And I -- I can't get Jesse to commit to a Saturday night.
Lucas: Smells like jealousy.
Maxie: I don't want Dillon.
Lucas: You want love. And I don't blame you. You know? I mean, everybody wants what Dillon and Georgie have.
Maxie: You're right. I am jealous. I mean, Georgie’s never had to question it. She found her true love on her first try.
Lorenzo: I'm glad you came. I wanted to apologize for yesterday.
Diego: No, no. Dad, I'm -- I'm the one who overreacted.
Lorenzo: No, I could have been more diplomatic. It's just there's a lot going on.
Diego: I know, I know. Dad, with -- ahem -- the baby and then --
Lorenzo: No, that is not it, Diego. You're in serious trouble. This man that you turned in -- how much do you know about him?
Diego: Dad, look, all I know is -- is that his name is Chico, that's it. I don't even know his last name, I swear.
Lorenzo: Well, if he has friends on the outside, there's a good chance they're going to be looking for you. So you need to come live with me. That's the best way I can protect you.
Diego: Dad, no, no. Dad, look. I don't think your girlfriend -- your pregnant girlfriend's going to want an ex-con hanging around, ok? And I don't blame her. Neither should you.
Lorenzo: You're my son irregardless of --
Diego: Dad, that doesn't matter, ok? I've done it before on my own.
Lorenzo: You shouldn't have to, Diego.
Diego: Dad, look, it's enough that you're here. Please, dad, I'm not a kid. I'm going to be fine.
Lorenzo: All right. I want you to know that you can change your mind anytime you want.
Diego: Ok, thanks.
Lorenzo: Diego, watch your back.
Diego: It's become second nature, pop.
Max: Carly is a danger. Carly is a danger to herself and others. I'd be happy to explain what happened at the hotel if you just give me --
Jason: That's not what I wanted to see you about.
Max: Oh, really?
Jason: Have you seen Manny Ruiz near Sonny's kids or around Carly?
Max: No, no, not since the trial. Sonny had me put some extra bodyguards on.
Jason: Ok. Ric was just here, and he claims that Manny approached Kristina.
Max: Is it time for Manny to disappear?
Jason: Sonny ordered me to back off. He wants Manny alive to prove there's a connection between Manny and Alcazar.
Max: Mm-hmm. Sonny should be back from his trip.
Jason: This can't wait, Max. So if I don't hear from Sonny, I'm going to have fly down there myself. In the meantime, I want guards on Sam, Carly, and all the kids in case Manny makes his move.
Max: All right, I'll take care of it.
Carly: Well, I'm not surprised you're here. What are you doing, covering your tracks? I need to talk to Jason alone.
Jason: What's the problem now, Carly?
Carly: We've been lied to.
Diego's voice: "Dear Georgie, I can't tell you how it lifts me up when you write me news from home. What you think of as your boring, everyday life sounds like paradise to me. Just hearing what movies you saw or how you got a flat tire makes me feel connected to the world."
Dillon: Hey. Studying?
Georgie: Yeah. How was your World Religions class?
Dillon: Professor cut it short, which I am taking as a philosophical sign that you and I should spend the afternoon together. And I'm thinking matinee, which is now in our budget because of Maxie’s loan.
Georgie: I'd love it.
Georgie: Let's go.
Diego's voice: "It's weird writing to you now that I'm home. This isn't how I imagined it would be at all. But I have to get this down on paper so I can get it out of my head and my heart. I'll never send you this letter, Georgie, because you're married now, which kills me. But I need to say this. When I was in prison, it was the thought of you that kept me sane. Just want you to know that, even if we can't be together, I still love you."
Man: That's him.
Diego: Let go. Let me go.
Man: This is what happens to snitches.
Diego: Agh! Oh! Come on! What?
Man: How about this?
Sam: Huh. I'm not in the mood, Ric.
Ric: Well, Jason didn't want to hear it, either, Sam. But Kristina’s in danger. Now, you saved her once before. You can do it again.
Emily: You know, I -- I think that -- that I should head to the hospital first. And then that way, no one will notice that we arrived home at the same time.
Sonny: You're going to stick to your Arizona cover story?
Emily: Yeah, how about you?
Sonny: I don't know. I mean, I'll think of something.
Emily: You know, this -- this is strange. It's like -- it's like we're having an affair, you know? When -- when we're not. We're -- we're both -- we're both single. We're not -- we're not cheating on anyone.
Sonny: I understand, but right now, it's just not a good time to confront Jason.
Emily: I hate lying to Jason, and I hate the thought of you and Jason having to fight because of me.
Sonny: That's not going to happen. Hey. Hey. You're not upset because of Spain?
Emily: I told you, I -- I always leave a place wanting to come back for more.
Sonny: Guess what. Someday, we'll go back there.
Jason: This is a bad time, Carly.
Carly: It's about Sonny, Jason, ok?
Jason: Yeah. No, I already left five messages for him. What is so important that he can't call me back? One minute, you're telling me he's on a boat, the next minute; you say he has this meeting. Is he in trouble? I don't care that he told you he cannot be disturbed. I need to talk to him. It's urgent, ok? You tell him if he doesn't call me back, I'm flying down there myself. What's your problem with Sonny?
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Georgie: Get off of him!
Ric: Manny was talking to Kristina.
Sam: If you are so worried, why don't you kill Manny yourself?
Carly: Obviously, you're in a bad mood, so I'm out of here.
Jason: You said we've both been lied to -- what did you mean?
Sonny: I'm back in town.
Jason: We have to talk.
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