GH Transcript Wednesday 7/19/06

General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 7/19/06

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Dillon: Oh, no. Oh, no. No, no, no, no, no. It's the next morning. It's a new day. It's the next morning. That's not good. How did we -- how did we -- how did we do that? How did we fall asleep in the boathouse? We're not even supposed to -- we're not even supposed to walk past the boathouse, let alone -- let alone have sex in the boathouse. You know what my mom's going to do? She's probably going to -- she's probably going to, like, do one of those things that they do in camp. What are those things that they --

Lulu: Bed check.

Dillon: Bed check. She's probably going to do a bed check, and she knows. Oh, she knows. I know that she knows. I know that she feels that I know that she knows. Oh, it was nice knowing you, really. No, it was nice knowing you. We had our fun, but it's over. It is so over. My mom's going to be so mad!

Lulu: Are you finished?

Dillon: We are both finished, Lulu. Because she's going to find out and she's going to be furious and it's not going to be pretty.

Lulu: Okay, look, you don't have to worry. All we have to do is sneak back into the house, and Tracy won't even notice.

Dillon: Lu-- lulu? Lulu? Lulu?

Robin: Dr. Drake, I print out my notes --

Patrick: If you could tell Dr. Scorpio that I need that roller coaster head trauma, please.

Epiphany: I'll show you head trauma.

Robin: Could you please inform Dr. Drake that if he bothered to check his desk --

Epiphany: You two have got to stop this.

Robin: I printed out my notes, and I also gave you Mrs. O'Brien's test results.

Patrick: You can inform Dr. Scorpio that I've been in surgery all morning and haven't been able to get to my desk.

Epiphany: I'm going to ask Dr. Quartermaine to set a hospital policy that prohibits dating in the workplace. And what you two have been putting me through all day is the reason why.

Robin: I was being completely professional. If Dr. Drake didn't insist on being such a jerk--

Epiphany: How many years of higher education do you have between you? 15 -- 20 years? And you're acting like a couple of second graders.

Patrick: If Dr. Scorpio realizes she's not the only one in this hospital, because --

Robin: I'm not the only one --

Epiphany: Listen -- listen to me! You two work it out or I'll report you both for unprofessional conduct.

Robin: Nice work. Good job.

Patrick: Nice work. You did great there. Really good.

[Sam sighs]

Sam: Distribute files. Review and meet other clerks.

Edward: Oh, this stock market is a travesty. And these hedge funds are going to drive us straight into a recession, you mark my words.

Alice: Your coffee, sir.

Edward: Oh, thank you.

Dillon: Ahem -- good morning.

Alice: Good morning.

Edward: Oh.

Dillon: Oh, it's a beautiful day, isn't it? It's just one of those days you want to go for a power walk or something. And, Alice, I got to tell you, I smelled this coffee all the way upstairs from my room. Isn't it -- isn't there something nice about just -- just waking -- oh, hey, Lulu -- waking up in your own bed? It's like the perfect way to start another perfect day.

Lulu: Morning, Dillon. Mr. Quartermaine.

Edward: Morning, dear.

Lulu: Alice.

Dillon: Hmm. Oh, Lulu, I wanted to -- I wanted to ask you for the name of that band you were listening to yesterday so I can put it on my MP3 player, because I haven't seen you since then, you know, so --

Lulu: Oh.

Alice: Are you talking about Love Cannibals? Huh. They totally rock. You can borrow my CD if you want.

Dillon: Oh, yeah?

Alice: Yeah.

Dillon: Oh, wow.

Lulu: Well, that --

Edward: Alice, you -- you may be buying into this charade, but I'm not. Do you actually think that I don't know that you were both out last night, hmm?

Lulu: Do you have any idea what he's talking about?

Dillon: Uh -- no.

Edward: Well, I have a very good idea of what you were doing, young lady.

Dillon: You do?

Edward: Mm-hmm. You were out joy riding in my Bentley. Now, don't try to deny it. Now, you're both nice kids, but you are also young and you are very reckless, and I can't --

Tracy: Oh, they're reckless, all right. And they were definitely joy riding last night. But it wasn't in the Bentley.

Dillon: She is so weird when she hasn't had her coffee yet.

Tracy: Dillon and Lulu were in the boathouse all night, having sex.

Edward: Oh --

Noah: Look, I feel like I'm responsible for this tension. I mean, you two were doing fine until I opened my big mouth and said what a great couple you are.

Patrick: Don't flatter yourself.

Noah: Yeah, well, I feel like I put a hex on it. You two can't stand each other now.

Robin: Noah, believe me, you had nothing to do with it.

Patrick: Yeah, we don't need your help despising each other.

Robin: Yeah. I've never liked him.

P.A. Announcer: Dr. Scorpio, 3404.

Patrick: We had sex a few times. It wasn't a big deal.

Robin: And he's pathologically incapable of discretion.

Patrick: Well, why bother keeping it a secret? It's over, right?

Robin: Yeah, it is over, and not a moment too soon. I'm done with him.

Patrick: I'm done with her.

Robert: We need to gather up your medical records, forward them on to Zurich.

Skye: Switzerland -- that's going to be the first place Lorenzo will look.

Robert: That's not where you're headed. The Zurich staff will take those records and send them on to your final destination. Look, this is just an extra little layer of protection in his plight to find the child.

Skye: No one else will be able to find us, either.

Robert: When you disappear, you got to disappear. Alcazar's smart and he has a lot of resources at his disposal. He will be relentless in tracking you and your child down.

Skye: I know that. There's no question about that. It's just this whole disappearing thing, you know? I -- I'm starting to obsess on the consequences.

Robert: The consequences are looking out for you and your baby.

Skye: But I'm going to hurt the people that I love and -- we're talking about a valuable time that I'm never going to get back.

Robert: Well, all you got to do is say the word and you can back out.

Skye: I really don't see any other way. For now, at least. And I wouldn't have been able to do it without your help, Robert. I want to thank you.

Robert: My personal pleasure.

Skye: Huh. Lorenzo is going to be furious when he finds out that I'm gone.

Robert: Hey, look, I'm not in the slightest bit concerned about Lorenzo.

Skye: Excuse me -- we're in the middle of something here.

Lorenzo: You're going to be late for your ultrasound.

Skye: How did you know about that?

Lorenzo: I make it my business to know. And I will be there with you and our child.

Alexis: Those are confidential.

Ric: Then why'd you leave them out in plain sight?

Alexis: Because I am reviewing them, that's why.

Ric: Oh, I see.

Alexis: Not that I'm not happy to see you, but why are you here?

Ric: Homeowner's Policy -- you need to review it before we sign off.

Alexis: Okay, I can do that. I'll do it during lunch.

Ric: So, is that all the evidence that you have against Jason for the Juan Escobar murder?

Alexis: That's all I have, and the mayor is hounding me to prosecute, so you can see why I'm unable to indict him. And certainly, I won't be able to secure a conviction.

Ric: Yeah, maybe not for murder.

Alexis: Then, what, manslaughter?

Ric: No, I think you're a little off track.

Alexis: Really? How so?

Ric: Well, it's pretty obvious, Alexis.

Alexis: Is it? You think that I'm missing something?

Ric: Are you admitting that you're missing something?

Alexis: Oh, just say it.

Ric: Okay, look, when Jason eliminated the Escobars, he took over their entire operation, good and bad, correct?

Alexis: Mm-hmm.

Ric: Well, Jason is not as sloppy as the Escobars. If you look in that file, you'll see some evidence of money laundering, fraud, and possible tax evasion. And since Jason has taken over the organization and made it his own --

Alexis: Mm-hmm.

Ric: You can implicate him on it.

Alexis: I could.

Ric: Yes, provided you get corroborating evidence and you file and arrest him on Rico violations.

Alexis: How could I have missed that?

Ric: Well, maybe because I'm just a better attorney overall.

Alexis: Uh-huh.

Ric: Because I focus on the entire picture instead of one particular thought. And don't bring my emotions into the workplace.

Alexis: Ha-ho. Yeah.

Ric: Look, you have been so busy trying to help Sam, and you're fighting with the mayor, you're missing the obvious here. Alexis, you can do what no other D.A. in Port Charles has been able to. You can put Jason Morgan away.

Sam: Sorry, I -- um -- I was little distracted. I wasn't paying attention.

Jason: You look -- you look different.

Sam: Um -- yeah. I'm starting a new job, and there's a dress code, and I want to be taken seriously, so I am dressing seriously. Except I feel like I'm in a school uniform here. But don't you think I look just a little professional?

Jason: Yeah.

Sam: Just a --

Jason: What's the -- what's the new job?

Sam: Oh -- forget it. Forget it. I'm sorry, I can't believe I just asked you that. I shouldn't care what you think. It's just a reflex, wanting your opinion on things.

Jason: I do think it's great that you got a job. I --

Sam: Jason -- please, don't act like nothing's changed and that we can still be friends. We can't. Your choice. You have your life, I have mine.

Skye: You stop following me around.

Lorenzo: I'm simply looking after my interests.

Skye: Which do not include me or this baby.

Lorenzo: Our baby. I have every right to be a part of my own child's life, and I'm not going to allow you to shut me out.

Skye: You had a chance to give this baby a good life, a safe life with two loving parents. You made other choices.

Lorenzo: It wasn't that simple, and you know that.

Skye: Well, it is now. I don't want you near me or this baby. Simple as that. Robert, would you take me to the hospital?

Robert: Don't bother to follow us.

Georgie: So sorry I'm late.

Diego: Hey, it's all right. Everything okay?

Georgie: Yeah, fine. Lulu never showed, so I had to do the whole breakfast shift by myself.

Diego: Then why didn't you call me? I would have helped you out.

Georgie: Oh, I'm sure your dad would have loved that.

Diego: Hey, look, if he doesn't want me to work for him, then he can't complain about me picking up work somewhere else.

Georgie: Thank you for the offer, but I did just fine. The upside is I raked in a bunch of tips. The downside is Lulu was probably with Dillon.

Diego: Okay, all right. Can you forget about them for a second? We're getting out of here.

Georgie: What? Now?

Diego: Yeah, right now. I'm going to take you somewhere.

Georgie: Where are we going?

Diego: All right. Look at that. Turn around. Right there. See that? It's my dad's new boat. We're going to take it out for a while. I'm going to take you wake-boarding and swimming, and you can forget about Lulu and Dillon -- and everything else that's happened. What do you think?

Georgie: What are we waiting for?

Edward: Dillon, how dare you take advantage of this poor little girl.  She is practically alone in this world with her -- her poor mother off ill somewhere and her father God knows where. Where you, on the other hand, are so privileged, you have had everything --

Lulu: Dillon is not taking advantage of me.

Edward: No, you stay out of this, young lady.

Lulu: Okay, I happen to like Dillon, and what we do in the boathouse is nobody's business but ours.

Edward: Oh, you deserve far more than some boathouse romp with -- with some spoiled, over-privileged cad. Now -- and, hey, this is my business because you are living under my roof, and this unfortunate dalliance will end right now.

Lulu: Okay, you don't have to get all upset about it. Dillon, actually, I am late to work, so would you mind giving me a ride?

Dillon: I would love to.

Tracy: Oh, sorry. Dillon and I have to have a little chat.

Edward: No, I will drive you myself, my dear, because we haven't finished our conversation. Come on, let's go. Now, I don't know what Dillon has told you, but don't believe a word of it. He's after one thing, but he's already married to somebody else.

Tracy: So much for the ban on the boathouse.

Dillon: Did you really think it would work?

Tracy: What are you thinking?

Dillon: Ahem -- let me -- let me count it out for you. Um -- I'm thinking that we're not babies, we're not related, we are careful, Lulu's a great person, and I actually want to be with her.

Tracy: Since when?

Robin: Noah -- I'm really sorry about what happened out there. It's not your fault that your son's a jerk.

Noah: Well, Patrick didn't have the best role model, so -- 

Robin: I disagree, and I apologize. Even though Patrick dumps on you whenever he wants to doesn't mean that it's okay for me to do the same.

Noah: You know, my son has a good heart. This cocky attitude he's got -- it's just a cover. He's not a bad guy.

Robin: You know, I used to believe the same thing. Patrick Drake, the incredibly good-looking, amoral neurosurgeon, but really a decent guy underneath it all. I was wrong. Call it a diagnostic error. I ignored what was right in front of me the entire time, which is exactly what I learned not to do in med school. If he acts like a jerk, walks like a jerk, talks like a jerk, he's a jerk. Anyway, even though I had to learn my lesson the hard way, it doesn't mean that I can take out my frustration on you.

Noah: Would you like to make it up to me?

Robin: Sure. What would you like me to do?

Noah: I'd like you to have lunch with my son.

Skye: Thank you for coming all the way down here, Robert.

Robert: Not a problem at all.

Nurse: Ms. Quartermaine, we're ready for your ultrasound.

Skye: Oh, I'll be there in just a moment. You didn't exactly sign up for guard duty.

Robert: I've dealt with worse people on this planet than Alcazar.

Skye: He's much more dangerous than he seems.

Robert: Hmm. Seems determined to get what he wants, too.

Skye: Well, then you see what I'm up against. Why I have to go through with this.

Robert: That's why we've got to get this plan in operation as soon as possible.

Skye: Excuse me. I need Dr. Lee to have my records transferred immediately.

Nurse: Is there a problem?

Skye: Unfortunately, yes. I may need to have this baby out of town.

Robin: Why would I want to have lunch with Patrick? You saw us. We can't even stand to be in the same room together.

Noah: Patrick's very passionate about you.

Robin: We're doctors. We live in a high-stress environment. We're passionate about everything.

Noah: No, no, no. I think it's different with you two.

Robin: Well, I -- there's no "you two." I mean, we're not, and never have been, a couple. Went on a few dates, we figured out how incompatible we were, and decided to call it quits.

Noah: So what difference would lunch make?

Robin: Noah, I thought you wanted to stay out of this.

Noah: Well, no, but see, I spent -- I wasted -- I wasted years running from people and relationships. I was just like Patrick. I was always chasing skirts, afraid of commitment. I don't want you two to make the same mistakes I made.

Robin: Well, we won't, because there's nothing between us.

Noah: What if there could be? I'm speaking from hard-earned experience. If there's even the slightest chance that you and Patrick could have something real, don't walk away from it. Don't act like it's nothing. And don't assume you'll get a second chance.

Robin: Have you mentioned this crazy lunch idea to Patrick?

Noah: No, but I'm going to.

Robin: No, don't. Because he won't show.

Noah: How about you? Will you show?

Tracy: I was hoping that you and Lulu were a one-time thing. You assured me you weren't serious about her.

Dillon: We're good friends, Mom. I told you that.

Tracy: When did you start having sex with her?

Dillon: You know, I don't ask you personal questions about your life.

Tracy: I repeat -- when did you start sleeping with your stepsister?

Dillon: Oh, would you -- oh, stop! It's not like that.

Tracy: Did it start in the Markham Islands?

Dillon: No!

Tracy: Did it start the night I caught you? Was that the first time? Or have you been cheating on Georgie all along?

Dillon: I don't cheat on Georgie. She cheated on me.

Tracy: With whom?

Dillon: Diego Alcazar.

Tracy: Are you sure?

Dillon: Oh, yeah.

Tracy: Let me get this straight. Insipid, boring, painfully wholesome Georgie Jones cheats on my son with a convicted sex offender? Hmm. Doesn't sound right.

Dillon: Well, it happened.

Tracy: How do you know? Did the perverted thug brag about it?

Dillon: No, Mom, actually, Diego denied it up and down.

Tracy: Well, that's standard for any affair. It still doesn't sound right. Georgie is insufferable, middle-class, mainstream as mayonnaise. But she's faithful. What makes you so sure that she cheated on you?

Dillon: I am. I just am, okay? Uh -- all right. The night of Justus' funeral, Lulu saw them -- saw Georgie and Diego having sex in the boathouse, with her own eyes.

Tracy: Lulu saw?

Dillon: Yeah.

Tracy: That explains it.

Sam: Arraignment files are blue. They go to the A.D.A. Dismissals are red.

Det. Rodriguez: Dismissals are white. Guilty verdicts are red.

Sam: Ooh, God. What if I get them mixed up?

Det. Rodriguez: You won't. But watch your deadlines. Appellant files have to be filed within three days.

Sam: Within three days of the verdict. Mm-hmm.

Alexis: Hey, she knows all that already. I put that on your printout sheet. Give me one minute. Okay, I'm glad you're such a quick study. Case reviews for the A.D.A. These are criminal court arraignments, and make sure they go to the judge. So inside here, it shows the department and the branch number. Just go there.

Sam: Okay.

Alexis: And this is for the victims unit. Just distribute all those and get back to me.

Sam: Okay.

Alexis: Thanks. Can I talk to you for a second?

Jason: Oh -- 

Sam: This is great.

Jason: I didn't realize you were working here.

Sam: And you hate it, right? Alexis, she's just -- she's doing me a favor.

Jason: It was her idea?

Sam: I needed the job, Jason.

Jason: Okay, we'll get these -- we'll get these straightened out for you.

Sam: What are you doing here?

Jason: Well, the city keeps slamming us with tickets and fines -- coffee warehouse renovation. You know, it's nuisance stuff I have to take care of in person, but if I knew you were working here, I would've sent Bernie or Stan.

Sam: Come on. Jason, you don't have to avoid me.

Jason: I know. I just know that you're making a lot of changes in your life and I don't want to get in your way. I just want to make this as easy as possible.

Sam: This is not going to be easy.

Alexis: Well, what is Port Charles' favorite criminal doing holding my police files?

Tracy: You're very clever.

Lulu: Go away.

Tracy: We have a lot in common.

Lulu: We have nothing in common.

Tracy: Oh, that's not true. We have Luke.

Lulu: Oh, and notice how he left us both.

Tracy: That's true but beside the point.

Lulu: You know, forget the point. I already know the point -- you'll say anything to keep me away from Dillon.

Tracy: I was talking about you and me. We think for ourselves, we never trust anybody, we want what we want, and we both don't want Dillon with Georgie.

Lulu: Why can't you just stay out of Dillon's life?

Tracy: You know, I tried everything imaginable to keep Dillon away from that sniveling valedictorian. I posted naked pictures of her on the Internet. I conspired with Lorenzo Alcazar's poor, unfortunate niece. I seriously considered military school for Dillon and I cut his money off. When that didn't work, I argued with a priest to try to stop them from getting married. Then when they did get married, I tried to arrange for an annulment. None of it worked. You know why? Because Georgie and Dillon love each other. Georgie would not be bought off, scared away. She refused to be intimidated, even by me. So, little Lulu, tell me -- why is it when you decide that you want to be with Dillon, suddenly Georgie and Dillon disintegrate?

Robin: Pops.

Robert: Did your mother call?

Robin: As soon as she found out she had to leave and then from the airport and then again from the airplane and then about four more times when she got to, well, wherever it is she's gone. I assume it's work-related because I heard gunfire or very heavy construction going on in the background.

Robert: Don't worry -- Mom can look after herself. You're the one she's concerned about.

Robin: Oh, no, don't tell -- she called you --

Robert: Yeah, yeah, she called, but that was basically -- you know, she -- she misses me. She wants me to keep an eye out for you, but I would've done that anyway.

Robin: Dad, I'm at work. This is a hospital.

Robert: Mm-hmm.

Robin: Everything's fine.

Robert: Yeah, but, you know, you -- you can't just work all the time. You know, there's more to it -- life.

Robin: Don't you think that's a tad hypocritical considering that you spent most of your adult life absorbed in your work? I mean, it's not just what you do, it's who you are. Look at you. You're going stir-crazy wandering around Port Charles with no one to spy on.

Robert: Oh, now, that's not true. I'm enjoying this change of pace.

Robin: Oh, please. Admit it -- you're jealous that Mom got to fly off and be shot at while you're stuck on daughter patrol. Well, look, you don't have to prove anything to me by monitoring my personal life.

Robert: Wait, whoa. That -- this -- this sounds -- this sounds interesting -- "personal life."

Robin: What, "interesting"?

Robert: Well, yeah. I mean, at least you -- you've now mentioned the possibility of a personal life. Now, the last I checked, you and Pat weren't playing patty-cake anymore, so I have to assume you've reverted to this cold, desolate life of yours --

Robin: Whoa.

Robert: Devoted to truth, justice, and --

Robin: I don't recall referring to myself as "cold" or "desolate."

Robert: No. That was your mother.

Robin: My mother said that about me?

Robert: Come on. She's a woman, and I wouldn't have her any other way, of course, but, you know, she comes out with this --

Robin: I'm having lunch with Patrick -- today.

Robert: That's great. Where?

Robin: As if I'm going to tell you where.

Robert: Well, you may as well. You know, I'm -- I'm going to find out.

Robin: You know, I'm starting to realize that as much as I missed you and Mom when I was a teenager --

Robert: Mm-hmm.

Robin: The fact that you were temporarily dead probably saved me from going insane. I mean, you two being super-spies means that you can monitor my every breath, and I probably would've acted out in unpredictable and disastrous ways. As it stands, I feel myself coming down with a severe case of remedial adolescence.

Robert: Remedial adolescence?

Robin: Right. So if you and Mom don't want me to act like a rebellious teenager, you need to back off. If and when there is anything to report between me and Patrick or any other man for that matter --

Robert: Mm-hmm.

Robin: I will happily do so.

Robert: Mm-hmm.

Robin: But in the meantime, there are boundaries. Please respect them.

Robert: I shall duly enter that into my P.D.A.

Robin: Thank you very much.

Robert: In the meantime, you and Pat have a wonderful lunch together.

Robin: I will try.

Robert: And don't forget -- if you happen to be at the Metro Court -- I mean, you're lunching there -- I mean, he lives just down the hallway. You can always just trot down there for a roll in the hay. I understand it's great for the digestion --

Robin: Calling security right now.

Robert: I'm going, I'm going.

[Robert stammers]

Noah: You know, Patrick, I made lunch reservations for two at the Metro Court today.

Patrick: You want to have lunch with me? Why?

Noah: I want you to have lunch with Robin. My treat.

Patrick: Did you miss the fact that I can't stand that woman?

Noah: Maybe you're a little afraid.

Patrick: Robin Scorpio doesn't frighten me. She drives me nuts, but she doesn't frighten me.

Noah: I think you care about her and you want her to care about you and I think that scares the hell out of you.

Patrick: So now you're working as a shrink just in case the whole surgeon thing doesn't work out?

Noah: You know, you have a choice here. You can either be a coward and run from this or you can find the courage to deal with a terrific woman who you can't get off your mind and who's probably falling in love with you.

Patrick: I liked you better when you were drinking. 

Noah: Look, I've been where you are.

Patrick: I doubt it.

Noah: I understand your refusal to commit. I'll even take some of the blame. Your life would've been much easier if I hadn't crawled into a bottle when your mother died.

Patrick: Look, I'm over it.

Noah: I loved your mother very much, Patrick. When she died, I trashed my life, and I think that you worry that if you fall in love with Robin and lose her, that you'll crash and burn like I did.

Patrick: Where you and Mom are concerned, things happen. You either move on or you don't. Now, as far as me being like you, don't worry about it because that's never going to happen. I'm already a better surgeon, I'm not a drunk, and I enjoy playing the field.

Noah: Even at the expense of losing Robin, right?

Patrick: What Robin wants, I cannot give her. We understand that and we both decided to move on. There's not a problem.

Noah: Well, that explains why you're enjoying your life so much without her, doesn't it?

Patrick: My life is fine. It sounds like you're the one that needs a project. Just do not make it me.

Noah: Patrick, I had my choice of women, too, when I was your age. I didn't want to be tied down. But that's no way to live your life, believe me.

Patrick: What do you want me to say? What do you want me to tell you? Robin and I -- look, she's great. We were honest with each other from the beginning. I'm not looking for a commitment and neither is she.

Noah: Well, maybe that's what she says.

Patrick: I guarantee you she will not show up for that lunch you arranged.

Noah: Then what do you got to lose? Go. If she doesn't show up, you're right. But if she does, you know, maybe you got something worth fighting for. I don't know.

Georgie: Where did you learn how to drive a boat so fast?

Diego: Hey, you wanted a wake, I gave you a wake. What am I going to do?

Georgie: Oh, you give me a wake.

Diego: Yeah.

Georgie: I have not had that much fun in forever. When can we do it again?

Diego: We could do it anytime you want. It's really good to see you laughing again.

Georgie: Why wouldn't I be laughing? I haven't had this much fun in forever.

Diego: Same here.

Georgie: Do you want to go swimming?

Diego: Uh -- no creo que sea una buena idea. I don't know.

Georgie: What, what?

Diego: I said I don't know about that.

Georgie: No! Why, why?

Diego: Because it might bring up bad memories from that night.

Georgie: You know, I never thought that I would tell Dillon the truth and he wouldn't believe me, but it happened. And as you can tell, I'm doing just fine without Dillon.

Diego: Okay.

Georgie: I'm ready to make some new memories. You coming? You coming?

Diego: Sure.

Georgie: Then let's go.

[Georgie giggles]

[Splashes]

Tracy: It occurs to me that the only proof that Dillon has that Georgie had sex with Diego is your word.

Lulu: Dillon told you.

Tracy: Now, Lulu, you wouldn't make up a story like that, would you, just so you could have Dillon for yourself? I mean, you wouldn't stoop that low. That would be unkind -- no. It would be mean. That's something I would do.

Lulu: I know what I saw.

Tracy: And I know what you didn't see. You didn't see Georgie and Diego having sex.

Lulu: Why does that matter? You just said that you didn't want Dillon and Georgie together anyway.

Tracy: Is that why you made up the whole story -- so you could have Dillon for yourself?

Lulu: I didn't make up anything.

Tracy: Do you really think you can base a whole relationship on a lie? When you look in the mirror, do you feel good about yourself? Knowing that you had to con a man into sleeping with you?

Lulu: Oh, you should know. You do it all the time.

Tracy: Ha-ha! That was good. We could go on sniping at each other forever. Or you can just tell me the truth.

Lulu: What do you want me to say -- that I'm sorry? Because I am -- I feel terrible. But Dillon makes me feel like I'm a different person. And even with that, I tried to fix it. I tried to tell him the truth and he thought I was being noble. That made me like him even more.

Tracy: So what really happened?

Lulu: I saw Diego and Georgie in the boathouse that night, but they weren't having sex. I made that part up. 

Lulu: So what are you going to do?

Tracy: I'm open for suggestions.

Lulu: I mean, are you going to tell Dillon?

Tracy: Uh-uh. He won't believe me if I tell him you're a liar. He wouldn't believe you when you told him. Besides, not my mess to clean up.

Lulu: Got it. You're just going to stand back and let the world crash in on me and, in a perfect world, you'll get me and Georgie out of Dillon's life forever and you can feel all warm and fuzzy inside about it.

Tracy: Lulu, you and I have come a very long way since the days you used to ransack my purse and you were an accessory to Luke's murder plot against me.

Lulu: Okay, wait. No, I never did anything that you wouldn't have done --

Tracy: I do not hate you. As a matter of fact, as I've said, on certain days when I'm really tired and I scrunch my eyes up just right, I see a lot of myself in you.

Lulu: But?

Tracy: No "buts," no threats. You know why? Because I think that you're going to suffer enough from your own deceit. But I will tell you my experience. I have never met a love worth holding on to that had its foundation in a lie. If it never comes out, it's going to sit inside you and it's going to fester and you will end up sabotaging yourself. No good will come of this.

Lulu: Thank you for your words of encouragement.

Tracy: I am warning you that you're going to get hurt. So, let me suggest -- tell Dillon. Cut your losses. Maybe someday you can be friends. Beyond that, little Lulu, honey, you're on your own.

[Diego and Georgie laugh]

Diego: Hello. Hmm, hey. Why don't we -- why don't we go back to the boat?

Georgie: Maybe we should go inside the boathouse.

Diego: Are you sure?

Georgie: Sort of a poetic justice to it all. Dillon was so convinced that we had sex there last time, so this time we will.

Robin: Hi. There should be a reservation for two under Patrick Drake?

Maitre d': Well, you're the first one here, but make yourself comfortable and I'll have a wine list sent over.

Robin: You know what? On second thought, I really don't have time to wait. Thank you.

Maitre d': Well, what shall I tell Dr. Drake when he arrives?

Robin: You won't have to tell him anything. He probably won't show.

Alexis: Look, if you have evidence of money laundering or tax fraud, then you're going to have to show it to me because I don't see it.

Ric: It's pretty obvious.

Alexis: Oh, don't do that. No, it's not obvious at all. There are inconsistencies, yes, but there's nothing to bring up Rico charges, so if you find some reason, then make some notes and get back to me.

Ric: That was easy.

Alexis: Jason showed up at Sam's first day of work.

Ric: Ah. How did he know that she was working here?

Alexis: I don't know, I don't know. He said something about having to pay fines on the warehouse or something. I walk in there and -- and he's -- he's looking through police files that Sam dropped on the floor.

Ric: Well, he probably tricked her into dropping them on the floor.

Alexis: Well, whatever it is, Sam is trying so hard to get over this. She's actually making a little bit of leeway, and if she keeps seeing him, I think maybe the only way to stop it is to lock him up.

Ric: See, now, that works for me.

Alexis: Yeah, I knew it would.

Ric: Okay, look, if you can pull this off, you can blame Jason for Escobar's sloppiness.

Jason: I came to pay tickets on the warehouse. You can't hold me for --

Alexis: I know, I know. It's a terrible abuse of power. Have a seat.

Jason: What do you want?

Alexis: I want to discuss my daughter. Okay, I'll sit. Jason, you can't do this. It's not fair. You broke up with her and you can't find reasons to meet with her again. She's having a terrible time getting on with this, and the more she sees you, the harder it's going to be. I know that you love her and I know that you want her to get on with her life, but you can't send mixed messages. I mean, you can't show up at work or find some reason to run into her.

Jason: I -- I didn't know she was working here.

Alexis: Okay. Now you do. I supported you breaking up with her, Jason. I think we all agree it was the best thing for her, but you've got to see it through. Whether you run into her by accident or on purpose, you've got to turn around and walk the other way and give her a chance to get over you.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Patrick: Aren't you a little bit curious why I showed up?

Robin: Well --

Patrick: I miss you.

Carly: No one can know I'm here. You can't let me down.

Sonny: You're working really hard to pretend that everything's okay, and it's not.

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