General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 3/22/06
Provided By Boo
Proofread by Brian
Skye: You always did clean up well.
Luke: I'm flattered you remember.
Skye: I'm like an elephant that way. Huh, stay tuned. More to come.
Luke: The place looks nice, don't you think?
Skye: Except for one glaring eyesore.
Luke: She adds to the ambiance.
Skye: Oh, Luke, you can't be serious.
Luke: I like it.
Skye: Oh, there is a perfectly lovely print in back that we could put there.
Luke: I'm not interested in perfectly lovely prints. The nude stays.
Skye: Fine. You have me for an hour. What do you need?
Luke: Whoa. There's a loaded question.
Skye: I got your message. Something about some old receipts you wanted me to find?
Luke: I didn't call you.
Skye: I know. Somebody did on your behalf.
Skye: I don't know -- some guy.
Luke: Well, that doesn't make -- oh. Daughter! Get your happy butt out here!
Diego's voice: "I don't like it, but I understand why Dillon doesn't want you to write to me. If I ever had the amazing luck to have a girlfriend like you, I'd feel the same way. But you never stopped, and I wanted you to know how grateful I am. It's pretty bad in here. It's noisy, even in the middle of the night. You have to watch your back every second. And the food sucks big-time. Your letters give me a reason to face another day, Georgie, and keep the hope alive that when I get out of this place, something resembling a normal life will be waiting for me."
Dillon: Hey, hey, hey -- don't throw that away. I want to see what's got you so upset.
Jax: I don't care what the Board says, I want you to push my agenda.
Jax: I'm going to have to call you back.
Carly: Look who's here. Say hi to your daddy.
Jason: No --
Sam: Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey. It's ok. You had a nightmare. It wasn't real.
Jason: I think it was.
Luke: What do you think you're doing, wasting Skye’s time, and mine, by dragging her down here?
Lulu: I have no idea what you're talking about.
Luke: Oh, don't give me the wide eyes. I know your devious ways. I authored them.
Lulu: Oh, well, that's a nice way to pat yourself on the back for the way I turned out.
Luke: Deflection won't work.
Lulu: Ok, was it a female who called you?
Skye: No, it was a man.
Lulu: Yeah, see? There you go.
Skye: However, I did run into your handyman, Gerald, outside. He turned the deepest shade of red and couldn't quite look at me in the eye.
Luke: How much?
Lulu: Apparently not enough to get a decent performance out of him.
Luke: What the hell do you think you're doing?
Lulu: Isn't it obvious? No, scratch that -- it wouldn't be to someone who's so relentlessly clueless. Make that two someones. You guys -- you guys are in love, ok? But instead of admitting it, you keep playing these stupid games and hooking up with the wrong people.
Luke: You need to butt out, missy.
Skye: Lulu is entitled to her point of view.
Lulu: See? That is exactly what I mean. You guys compliment each other perfectly. My dad says something totally rude and unfeeling, and you step in and clean it up. I mean, your whole relationship was weird from the start, but now the world has turned upside down because you two broke up. I mean, you're actually going to work for a living, and you're turning into Miss Responsible Unwed Mother?
Luke: Enough already.
Lulu: Fine. I apologize. I am so sorry that two people were lucky enough to find each other and couldn't figure out how to make it work. And you know what? I'm also sorry that neither of you realizes that it's not too late, that you guys can get back what you had and prove to me and anyone else who cares that somewhere in this crappy world, people are having happy endings.
Luke: You can start apologizing anytime.
Dillon: Let me see what you're reading.
Georgie: No, Dillon, it's no big deal, really.
Dillon: Yeah, it's not a big deal. Well, it is if you're hiding it from me. Come on. Come on.
Dillon: You know, you told me you wouldn't do this. You made me a promise, but here's the proof right here. B-plus, Georgie? Come on. You used to joke that jocks get B-pluses. Your grades are sliding and it's my fault.
Georgie: How can you say that?
Dillon: Because it's true. You spend half your nights schlepping food around at Kelly’s. And by the time you get off, you're so tired that even if you did have time to study, you wouldn’t. You'd fall asleep. Yeah, marriage has been great for us. It's changed our lives for the worst.
Georgie: Dillon, it's one B. It won't affect my G.P.A.
Dillon: Ok, you know what? You can be cavalier about this, but I can see it for what it is. It's a problem, and we can't go on this way.
Carly: The doctor said Little John is getting so strong so fast that he can be held. I know I should have waited till you got here, but I just couldn't resist.
Jax: No, no, it's ok.
Jax: No, it's -- it's better than ok. It's right.
Carly: Do you want to hold him?
Jax: Yeah, I --
Jax: But --
Jax: Well, I -- should I sit or stand? I mean --
Carly: You should sit.
Carly: Definitely sit. Ok, they have to keep this cord attached to him.
Carly: Ok? Put your arms out. You have to support his head. Careful.
Carly: Yeah, just like that.
Jax: Hey. Yeah.
Carly: It's pretty incredible, isn't it?
Jax: Huh. I don't know what to say.
Carly: I don't even think the words exist. You know what? I bet he's hungry. You could feed him. You'd be the first to do that.
Jax: Huh. There's no way I can screw that up, is there?
Carly: No. No, all you do is put the bottle in his mouth and he does the rest.
Carly: I'll be right back.
Jax: Ok. Huh. Your mom would be so proud of you. You're a real fighter, you know that? She was, too. And so am I. You know, I've accepted in my heart that you're not my biological son. But events unfolded the way they have for a reason. I promise you this. I will be your father in every way that matters. I always will be.
Sam: All right, that must have been some dream. Do you remember it?
Jason: It felt like something real bad's coming.
Sam: Why did you sleep down here on the couch last night?
Jason: Well, I -- I got in late. I didn't want to disturb you. I went to -- I went to church.
Jason: Yeah, I just -- you know, I needed someplace to go after I talked to Emily, someplace quiet where I could hear myself think. Sonny was there. He thought I was following him.
Sam: Were you?
Jason: Sam -- no, I was just as surprised to see him as he was to see me.
Sam: So Sonny went there to pray?
Jason: I think he went there to confess about --
Sam: Oh. Oh, no. Sonny is so upset about this he took it to a priest. Ok, Jason, maybe it was a really bad idea --
Jason: Sonny -- he --
Sam: To tell him that Alexis was my mother. This isn't good.
Jason: But he's got it backwards. He thinks what's wrong is what he did in the past and it's not. It's what he's doing with Emily right now and the way he's lying to my face about it. My life is more than I expected.
Georgie: Why are you taking on my lousy grade? My lousy grade, by the way. Anyone else would take a B and be happy.
Dillon: Because it's frustrating. I'm your husband. I'm supposed to give you anything. I'm supposed to enhance the quality of your life, not wreck it.
Georgie: Dillon, you're looking at this from the wrong angle. This -- this place, our life -- it has its advantages.
Dillon: Yeah? Name one. We're broke. We work in a diner, at jobs that tax all our energy away from us. Between work, school, and trying to study, we get about a half an hour with each other a day, and that's if we don't fall asleep standing up. Time spent, by the way, in a -- in a room that may as well be a freaking halfway house. We have a murderer down the hall. We have a confessed pervert across the way. So on top of everything else, I have to worry about whether or not you're safe. And to top it off, you're flunking. Call me nearsighted, call me tunnel-visioned -- whatever. I'm not seeing the advantages here, Georgie.
Georgie: You love me, don't you?
Dillon: Truly, madly, deeply.
Georgie: Like I love you. And we're here, we're together, Dillon. Even when we sleep, we're in the same bed.
Dillon: Yeah, that's a point. Hmm.
Georgie: Dillon, I'm not flunking. I got a B. Boo-hoo. As for Kelly’s -- you know, I get to see our friends. It's kind of nice. We rarely see Manny. I don't even think he knows we exist. And as for Diego, he just took the whole avenging-Sage's-death part, you know, a little too far, but it's -- it's ok.
Dillon: All right, no. You know what? You know where you lost me there? When you started defending Diego again.
Diego: If this is about me getting mugged on the pier, I already told you, it has nothing --
Maxie: Actually, this is about my sister -- who has managed to lead a violence-free life since the day they took you off in handcuffs until -- I don't know, let's see -- last night, which makes you the obvious link. Diego, I really don't want Georgie to get hurt because of you.
Diego: You think I do?
Maxie: Actually, no. So for Georgie’s sake, you need to tell Jesse everything you know about those people who tried to beat you up. Look, if something awful were to happen to Georgie because she was stupid enough to be your friend, you would never forgive yourself. And I would do everything I could to make sure you wouldn't forget it.
Jesse: I'll ask again. Did the incident on the pier have anything to do with the guy you ratted out in prison?
Lainey: That's about it.
Lucas: Did I pass?
Lainey: It's a psych evaluation, not a test. There are no wrong answers.
Lucas: But maybe just a few trick questions. Are you going to evaluate Frank, too?
Lucas: You mind if I give you a friendly warning?
Lainey: By all means.
Lucas: Frank can turn the charm on if he wants to. But it's an act. I mean, he's a liar and a manipulator, and he'll tell you anything he can to get you to trust him.
Lainey: Thank you for that, but I am prepared for Frank.
Justus: How you doing?
Justus: You free?
Lainey: No. And I don't come cheap.
Lainey: Actually, I have one more evaluation. Can you wait here for, like, another hour?
Justus: You know what? I think I can find something to do around here.
Lainey: Good. I'll see you soon.
Lainey: Ahem. Hello, Mr. Rausch, I'm Dr. Elaine Winters, your court-appointed psychiatrist.
Frank: I am so glad you're here because I could really use your --
Lainey: Is there a problem?
Frank: You're damn straight there is. I'm not talking to one of you.
Skye: Why should I start apologizing to you?
Luke: For turning my kid into a busybody -- meddling busybody. And worse, a hopeless romantic.
Skye: Oh, please -- she needs no help in that department from me. Young girls get there all on their own.
Luke: Lulu is practical and she's levelheaded, maybe even a budding cynic. At least she was until you started confusing her.
Skye: Well, if that's true, then I think we both had a hand in that. She pinned her hopes on us. She actually thought we'd make it.
Luke: Well, she was wrong. Why does she even care?
Skye: Luke, are you really that thick? Your daughter wants you to be happy.
Luke: Happy's overrated.
Skye: Yeah? Well, I guess Lulu's a few steps behind the program. She didn't realize that in the long run, you and I would only make each other miserable, anyway.
Luke: I don't agree with that.
Skye: Well, then I guess you're a few steps behind the program. As far as Lulu's concerned, she'll settle down. Once she realizes that Lorenzo and I are a real couple and you're doing fine without me, she'll find something else to obsess over.
Luke: Yeah. Well, there's only one problem with your theory. I'm not fine without you.
Skye: You're in shock. You never thought that I'd actually get fed up with coming in second and wanting to get on with my life, but you'll make the adjustment. And as far as Lulu's concerned, be patient with her. She didn't trick me into coming down here to play matchmaker. She wanted to give her father what she thinks he wanted. Your kid loves you, Luke. Try not to sabotage that, too.
Luke: Oh, man.
Nurse: Something wrong, Dr. Drake?
Patrick: I haven't seen you before. You must be new.
Nurse: I've worked here almost a year, but we've only been formally introduced three times, so don't sweat it. I know it'll take at least another two times for it to stick.
Patrick: Well, you must know my father.
Nurse: I sure do. I also know he's M.I.A. Are you worried he's back on the sauce?
Patrick: You seem to know a lot.
Nurse: There isn't much that escapes Epiphany's ears around this place.
Patrick: "Epiphany"? That's a weird name.
Epiphany: Weird hair.
Patrick: Were you on duty yesterday by any chance?
Epiphany: Worked the morning shift.
Patrick: Did you see my father?
Epiphany: No. But Emily Quartermaine had a student doctor interview with him.
Patrick: Is she in?
Epiphany: Not to work, but she was planning on visiting her friend's baby boy in pediatrics.
Patrick: Maybe Emily knows what bar he's in.
Epiphany: You going to go looking for him?
Patrick: I'm thinking about it.
Epiphany: Well, think about this. If you find him, try showing the man a little compassion.
Patrick: Listen, Epiphany, next time you want to get into my personal life, I'll be sure to ask you.
Epiphany: Bet you won't forget my name now.
Jax: You know, I think I've changed my mind.
Carly: About feeding him?
Jax: Yeah, it's just, you know, a little --
Jax: Right. Right. Well, you know, maybe you can do it, and I can see how it's done.
Carly: You don't have to ask me twice, ok.
Carly: Let me take him.
Jax: There you go.
Jax: There we go.
Carly: Yeah, watch the cord. Hey.
Jax: Want to sit?
Carly: Yeah. Here we are. Wow. So pretty.
Jax: Thank you so much, Carly.
Carly: Oh, you don't have to thank me. I love doing this. Here you go.
Jax: No, just -- I'm not talking about feeding Little John. You know, if it wasn't for you, my son wouldn't be alive.
Carly: I think you're giving me too much credit. But I never get that, so knock yourself out.
Jax: No, I'm serious. You know, when -- when John was fighting for his life, I -- I almost gave up and you never did. You know, you kept me focused. You saved my son's life. And in a very real way, you saved mine, too.
Jason: In my world, the enemy -- the problem -- is obvious. So is the solution. I can't -- I can't believe that my little sister and my best friend -- there's always been trust and respect between us. And now both of them are lying to my face like it's nothing.
Sam: Ok --
Jason: Like it's easy for them.
Sam: Hey, hey, hey, they fell in love. You may have ordered them not to, but feelings -- they can't be dictated or controlled. Maybe Sonny and Emily are lying to you because you left them no choice.
Jason: Yeah? No, no, no, I'll be right there.
Sam: What's wrong?
Jason: Sonny lied again. Now Michael’s caught in the middle.
Lainey: So when you say "one of you," are you referring to psychiatrists in general, African Americans, or women?
Frank: Yeah, all right, two out of three ain't bad. Ok, I want another shrink.
Lainey: This isn't open for debate. The court ordered me to complete your psych evaluation. Are you going to cooperate or not?
Frank: Ok, there is no way in hell I'm ever going to bare my soul to some black bitch. You tell them to send me a man next time, all right? A white one.
[Knock on door]
[Knock on door]
Georgie: Hey, are you psychic? You are just the person I need to talk to.
Maxie: What's the problem?
Georgie: Ok, I'm living this life that I'm totally not used to, and it's difficult, Maxie. It's really, really, really hard. I mean, it's not that I'm complaining or anything, because Dillon’s my husband and it's great, and he just, you know -- what's wrong? You don't believe me?
Maxie: No, no, I'm just wondering where Diego fits into all of this.
Manny: The pier was a warning. This isn’t. So make it good.
[Knock on door]
Carly: Oh, there you go.
Patrick: Hey, you guys.
Patrick: Has anybody seen Emily?
Jax: No, I haven't seen her.
Carly: Not at all. Is everything ok?
Patrick: I just wanted to talk to her about my father. Supposedly, she was supposed to come back to see the baby. Obviously, she hasn't done that.
Jax: Why don't you just call her?
Patrick: Wow. I didn't think of that. Her cell's off.
Carly: Wait a minute -- she's out of touch with the hospital?
Patrick: Yeah, that's strange, isn't it?
Jason: What happened?
Michael: I missed the field trip. I was -- I was supposed to have one of my parents sign a permission slip.
Jason: The principal said Carly left it with your dad?
Michael: I guess he thought that mom had already signed it.
Jason: I'm sorry, buddy. I know -- I know this trip was important to you.
Michael: That's ok.
Jason: No, it's not.
Michael: I don't get it. My teacher called all of dad's numbers. He wasn't at any of them. Do you think he left town again?
Lulu: I suppose you're all mad?
Luke: Holden Bradford.
Luke: Holden Bradford. But don't let the name fool you. He's a 16-year-old delinquent. He hates everything except his one passion in life -- online gambling. I think the two of you are a perfect match. He'll pick you up here in 20 minutes.
Lulu: What? Are you insane? I get it. You're trying to teach me a lesson. Not bad. Though, I would have strung it out a little bit longer to up the torture factor.
Luke: You got the message. Sit down, baby. Oh, Lulu. You know, I've been running my own life since I was a lot younger than you. And what I really don't need is my own snot-nosed kid setting up my hookups.
Lulu: Skye -- she's not a hookup. I mean, who was more skeptical of her at first than I was? You two made a believer out of me. She's perfect for you.
Luke: Not now. Not anymore.
Lulu: Why are you rolling over and playing dead for this creep Alcazar?
Luke: Why are you not giving this up?
Lulu: I am trying to understand.
Luke: Well, it's really simple. The woman and I want different things.
Lulu: You mean she wants a child. Which is something everyone knows you want nothing to do with.
Justus: What did you say?
Frank: Huh. That makes sense, right? Because [Southern accent] Your kind sticks together.
Justus: Our "kind"?
Lainey: Don't even engage him, Justus. It's not worth it.
Frank: [Normal voice] You know, you kind of surprised me, though. Because I would have bet good money she was sleeping with a white guy to get --
Lainey: Justus! Justus!
Jesse: Justus, come on, man.
Lainey: Justus, don't! It's not -- it's not worth it!
Jesse: Come on, come on. Stop. Back up.
Justus: I swear to God, I'll kill him myself! You get him out of here!
Jesse: Justus --
Justus: Get him out of here. I'll kill him myself!
Jesse: Ok, ok. I'll handle this. Go.
Officer: Let's go, come on. Go. It's not worth it. Come on.
Jesse: What the hell happened?
Frank: That man attacked me. What, you're not going to arrest him? I mean, he went nuts on me for no reason.
Jesse: Yeah. That seems to happen to you a lot, doesn't it? But I'll file a full report. You can count on it.
Justus: You ok?
Lainey: I'm fine. You know, some racist doesn't want to talk to me, it's no big deal. Saves me an hour.
Georgie: I'm getting really tired of you painting my friendship with Diego as something more.
Maxie: Why is there even a friendship? You know how Dillon feels about Diego.
Georgie: You know what? Dillon trusts me. It's a shame I can't say the same about my sister.
Maxie: Georgie, you know that is not the case.
Georgie: Maxie, I feel compassion for Diego. We were all in that place once. And now his life is 10 times worse than anybody else’s. I'm the only friend he's got. That does not mean I feel affection for him.
Maxie: Well, then maybe you should ask Diego how he feels. Because I've seen him look at you, and he wants to be more than just your good buddy.
Georgie: Then that's really sad, because friends is all we're ever going to be.
Maxie: Tell him that.
Georgie: He knows that.
Maxie: Are you sure? I think you need to call him and make it unmistakably clear that friends is all you will ever be -- before something happens that you're not prepared for.
Jax: Hey. Hey, I just checked in with the hotel. Michael's teacher left a message looking for you.
Carly: Is everything ok?
Jax: Yeah, he's fine. It's just he missed out on a field trip because he didn't have a signed permission slip.
Carly: Oh, no! Sonny was supposed to sign that.
Jax: Well, they couldn't find him, either, so they got ahold of Jason.
Carly: Did they tell Jason that they couldn't get in touch with Sonny?
Jax: I don't know -- I assume they did. Why, is that a problem?
Carly: I got to go.
Justus: Why don't we -- why don't we sit for a minute?
Lainey: Well, that was interesting. I mean, I know there are tons of racists out there, but I've never actually had somebody say something like that to my face.
Justus: I mean, the guy's a known gay-basher. It's not far-fetched to believe that he'd be a racist.
Lainey: I -- I mean, it's -- it's boggling. I mean, can you imagine there was a time when this was the rule and not the exception?
Justus: Well, yeah, and not too long ago.
Lainey: I know this guy is an idiot. And I'm not going to let him get to me. But I'm just not used to hearing something like that.
Justus: I understand, especially the first time it's directed at you. I mean, that can be very jarring. You know, my father was a -- a civil rights activist. So my family was subjected to a lot of racial slurs. And believe it or not, Lainey, it's almost like you get immune to it.
Lainey: So is that why you almost took Frank's head off? Because you're immune?
Justus: No. Because he hurt you.
Luke: No, whoever it is, go away! I'm just about to clear my chakras.
Dillon: Huh. Sorry to bother you. I just --
Luke: Stop apologizing! It makes you sound weak! Oh. Sorry. Ain't that something? Sounded like my old man just then. Whew.
Dillon: You had an old man?
Luke: What do you think, I was just spat out on somebody's lawn full blown?
Dillon: Yeah. Yeah, something like that.
Dillon: What was he like?
Dillon: Your dad.
Luke: He was a world-class bastard. I hated his guts. To hear his words come out of my mouth is -- whew.
Dillon: But he was, you know, around?
Luke: Yeah, he was around. He was around to kick anybody's butt who got in his way. Until he'd pass out on the couch or the floor or the street out in front of the apartment building. And then he'd stay there, unconscious, until he came to. And then he'd crack open another bottle of rot gut, and the whole damn thing would start over again. When he wasn't around, we considered ourselves lucky.
Dillon: Ooh. So I take it that's why you never wanted kids. Sins of the father and all that.
Luke: Precociously perceptive, pal.
Dillon: Yeah, well, you know, I can kind of figure things out from time to time.
Luke: Yeah, I never wanted to be a father. I was never cut out for it. Not interested in it. My wife had other ideas. She always seemed to see things in me that I didn't think were there. She called it potential. And I never learned to say no to her, so we had Lucky. And that was ok. I mean, he was a good kid. He was cool. He was smart in his head like her, smart in his gut like me. He was the best friend I ever had. Then we had Lulu. Oh, Lulu. It was ok at first. She's a lot like her mother. She's so much like her mother, man. She's emotional, she's high-strung, she's high maintenance, she's -- easily hurt. It was ok as long as her mother was there, but when her mother went away, I couldn't even look at her anymore. It was just too painful. I had nothing to offer her, nothing. So I took myself out of the picture.
Dillon: To protect her from her own father?
Luke: Yeah. And to protect me from -- I don't know what. I don't know.
Max: Oh, hey, you're probably looking for Sonny --
Jason: Yeah, it doesn't matter. Mr. Abrams? Wow. Benny said he had a brother, but not a twin.
Mr. Abrams: Yeah. Bernie. You must be Mr. Morgan.
Bernie: My late brother -- may he rest in peace -- spoke very highly of you.
Jason: Benny was a valued employee and a trusted friend. We're just glad you finally agreed to come up from Florida to take his place.
Bernie: Well, I am honored to be here. I took a look at the accounts. Everything seems to be in order. I would advise Mr. Corinthos to make a major transfer of assets as soon as possible in order to avoid excessive scrutiny of his present accounts.
Jason: Ok, move our Cayman funds into the Virgin Island accounts, and keep all March profits liquid until I say otherwise.
Bernie: I'm sorry, I thought only Mr. Corinthos could make those calls.
Jason: Mr. Corinthos is unavailable at the moment. Whenever that happens, you take orders from me.
[Door opens and closes]
Carly: Jason, listen to me. I can explain everything.
Luke: So what can I do for you, Young Spielberg?
Dillon: Uh -- I need a job.
Luke: I thought you had a job, waiting tables at Kelly’s.
Dillon: Yeah, one that pays. Maybe I could, like, bartend here or deal or something, you know?
Luke: Did you turn 21 when I wasn't looking?
Dillon: Well, I wouldn't be opposed to a fake I.D.
Luke: Well, neither would I -- if it didn't risk getting me closed down. Forget it. Has this marriage turned out to be a little rougher than you expected?
Dillon: Yeah, kind of.
Luke: Hmm. You know, maybe I can help you.
Dillon: Seriously? What? That's awesome. What is it? What?
Luke: Be friends with Lulu.
Dillon: Uh -- we're already friends.
Luke: No, but I mean, get really close to her. See, she's isolated and bored over at the Quartermaines'. You know, she's got too much time on her hands. Too much free time to meddle in my life. You could stop all that.
[Knock on door]
Lulu: Dillon, I need to talk to -- ok.
Diego: This is turning out to be a really great day, you know that? First I got the afternoon off. Then you called me. We could --
Georgie: To say goodbye.
Diego: What -- what goodbye?
Georgie: Diego, this -- this friendship -- it can't -- it can't work. I love my husband so much. And it just doesn't feel right lying to him like this, and -- I'm really sorry. I -- I'm really sorry if I gave you the wrong impression.
Diego: No. No, no, no, you've -- you've been great. I'm the one who got it wrong, right? But -- but I understand now. I promise, I will stay away from you. Look, you've helped me so much, and I just want you to be happy.
Georgie: I guess that's it, then.
Diego: Yeah, that's it.
Georgie: Diego, wait.
Carly: Wow, you must be Benny’s brother, Bernie.
Bernie: Mm-hmm, that's right.
Carly: Well, I'm Carly Corinthos, Sonny's ex-wife.
Bernie: Yeah, Benny often spoke of you.
Carly: Only good, I hope.
Bernie: Well, he -- he certainly had enormous respect for your resilience, your creativity.
Carly: Well, Benny was a wonderful man. We miss him dearly.
Carly: Sonny's lucky to have you to rely on. Speaking of Sonny, I need to talk to you.
Jason: Let me know when the transfers are complete.
Bernie: Yes sir.
Max: Any questions?
Bernie: No, I think I'm clear on what's expected of me.
Max: Look, in case your brother didn't warn you -- if Carly ever asks for anything, make sure you call Jason or Sonny first.
Carly: You know what, Jason? Sonny specifically told me that he was going out of town and I think he was going to look at some property, and I'm the one that told him --
Jason: Carly, you're lying to me, ok? You wouldn't be if you didn't already know where Sonny is and who he's with.
Carly: You know what, Jason? There are some questions you just don't ask.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Diego: Look out!
Georgie: Oh -- Diego?
Kristina: We're going to have a tea party. Can you play?
Sam: What did you want me to do?
Kristina: Pretend to be my sister.
Jason: Carly, I'm through playing games.
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