General Hospital Transcript Thursday 7/20/06
Proofread by Amelia
Robin: You actually showed up.
Patrick: Hard to believe, isn't it?
Robin: I'm sure your father's intentions were good, but I should probably learn to trust my instincts.
Patrick: What do they tell you?
Robin: Well, that we've argued more than enough for two people who aren't in a real relationship, that this is probably a waste of time, that you would probably rather have your appendix removed through your navel without anesthesia. Am I close? I'll save you the trouble of answering me, and I'll leave.
Patrick: Aren't you a little bit curious why I showed up?
Robin: You're a glutton for punishment?
Patrick: I miss you.
Emily: There you are. Hey. And I bet we're on the same track.
Sonny: You think?
Emily: Yeah. You know, it's such a perfect day.
Emily: You want to take a walk in the garden? I think the landscapers planted some Morning Glories in the trellis --
Sonny: Hey -- hey, hey, hey. You don't have to try so hard.
Carly: No one can know I'm here. Okay? Nod if you understand. I'm counting on your discretion, Milo. You can't let me down.
Emily: I don't have to try with you, Sonny. Why would you even think that?
Sonny: Okay, you -- but what's going on here is that you don't want me to see you watching me like a hawk. You're working really hard to pretend that everything's okay, and the truth of the matter is, I mean, it's not.
Emily: Okay. I just -- I want you to be comfortable --
Sonny: I want -- I want you to be comfortable, but, you know, it's like -- it's hard enough to have to sit in Dr. Winters' office. She has that plastered smile on her face as she tries to make me believe that she's not afraid of my horrible life. I don't want to see the same look on your face, too.
Emily: Well, Dr. Winters has heard way worse stories than yours, trust me.
Sonny: Come here.
Emily: All right.
Sonny: I don't want you to walk on eggshells around me.
Emily: I know. You're right. I'm sorry. We just need to keep it real.
Sonny: Yeah. I mean, I know it's not easy. It's unpredictable and the whole thing, but I'm glad you're here. And I'm glad that, you know, we can -- we can hang out at the house.
Emily: Will that make you happy?
Sonny: Yeah. You know, a lot of times when I'm restless, it helps me to stay close to home because that way I feel like I -- I got some control.
Emily: Okay. Well, then that's what we'll do, and I won't walk on eggshells.
Sonny: That would be the best thing you can do for me.
Sonny: All right, let's --
Emily: All right.
Sonny: Let's go see what the landscapers did with the trellis.
Carly: Okay, you need to open the door a little bit and tell me if they're in there.
Milo: What if they see me?
Carly: I don't care, make something up.
Milo: They're not there.
Carly: Why are you whispering? Come on. Okay, you did good. Now you need to help me find the white dress that Ric used to push Sonny over the edge.
Lainey: Mr. Lansing.
Ric: Ah. Ric, please. Please sit down.
Lainey: So, I have no idea why you'd want to have lunch with me.
Ric: Well, I just wanted to thank you for the informal advice that you offered so graciously. The least I could do was return the favor.
Lainey: Return it how?
Ric: That depends on how my brother's therapy's going.
Robin: This entire lunch -- and anything that comes after this -- is a waste of time unless we figure out how we messed up.
Patrick: Why didn't you believe me when I told you about Maxie and Lucky?
Robin: It wasn't about not believing you. Maxie told me that they weren't kissing.
Patrick: Okay, you know what? I'll tell you our problem in one sentence. When we get involved in other people's stuff, it blows up in our face every time.
Robin: Okay. I think you're right about something. You -- you want to know what I think?
Patrick: Do I have a choice?
Robin: I think you took me by surprise. When we were together -- not together, uncommitted, I thought that I absolutely only wanted a physical relationship.
Patrick: Sex with no strings.
Robin: And I did, and I really miss that about us. We were really, really good in that way. So good, in fact, that I guess I wanted us to be more important -- which was hypocritical after I basically swore to you that that wouldn't happen. So when you couldn't -- when you wouldn't follow through, I got kind of obnoxious about it, and I regret that. You didn't deserve that -- me being less than honest with you.
Patrick: Well, I've been known to be obnoxious at times.
Robin: Oh, come on, that's the best that you can do? Because if this is "spilling our guts" time, I mean, we've got nothing to lose, right?
Patrick: Okay. The last thing that I want is for you to get hurt because of me.
Lainey: You know I can't discuss Sonny's care with you. It would violate doctor-patient confidentiality.
Ric: See, I'm an attorney. I understand the concept. I'm asking in a more general sense. Do you think my brother is on the road to getting well?
Lainey: That's the ultimate goal.
Ric: Okay, would it help to get another perspective? I would just like to offer my take on Sonny -- on his illness and the history of it.
Lainey: Does Sonny know that you're doing this?
Ric: Dr. Winters, I'm Sonny's brother. I'm not here to violate his trust. I am here with you, his doctor. I'm trying to offer additional information so that you can diagnose and treat a man who is in an extremely fragile mental state.
Lainey: In that case, I'm buying.
Georgie: Okay, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Georgie: You have protection, right?
Diego: Oh -- wait. We can't -- you don't want to do this, Georgie.
Georgie: No, no, no, Diego, I do. Really, it's okay.
Diego: No. No, no. God, I must be out of my mind. You're so beautiful, and I think about how long I've been waiting for this.
Georgie: Then why did you stop?
Diego: Because -- look, if we don't get this right, then we don't stand a chance. Look, this is why Dillon and you broke up, okay, the idea that you and I had sex in the boathouse.
Georgie: But we didn't -- at least not yet. Diego, I really, really want to be with --
Diego: I know, I know. I know that, and I believe you, but this is about revenge, Georgie. This is about getting back at Dillon, proving something. Oh! Oh! Why can't I just do it? Why can't I just do it?
Diego: Look -- look. Listen to me. I -- I -- look, please? I really, really want us to be together, okay? I really do.
Georgie: You keep saying that, Diego, but, I mean, my God, you could have any girl that you wanted.
Diego: I don't want just any girl. I want you. And I want you just to have me in your head all the time. I don't want you to think about anybody else, especially Dillon.
Georgie: I'm not over Dillon yet, but I want to be. I really do. All I know is that when I'm with you, I don't hurt as bad. And if you want to wait, then okay.
Diego: Oh, God. Oh, I'm such an idiot.
Georgie: No, no.
Diego: Oh, I blew it. I blew it.
Diego: You know my friends are going to kill me for doing this.
Georgie: No. Aw. Diego, this is probably the sweetest, most romantic thing that anyone has ever done for me.
Georgie: What? Dillon?
Dillon: I'm sorry, I need to talk to Georgie.
Dillon: Because -- I'm not -- it's really important, okay? If I could just have you for two seconds -- two seconds outside, please?
Georgie: Anything you need to say, you can say in front of Diego.
Diego: That's okay. I'll be outside on the docks.
Georgie: No, you don't have to go.
Diego: It's fine, Georgie. I mean, you definitely have to listen to whatever he has to say. Let me tell you something, though. I'm going to be right outside. Okay? So I swear that if you raise your voice at her, or you make her cry, I'll come back in here and I will tear your heart out.
Dillon: Oh -- whew. It's got to be a rush for him, huh? He gets to defend you from me.
Georgie: What do you want, Dillon? Do you have something to say, or are you just here to ruin my afternoon?
Dillon: I'm here to tell you -- I'm here to tell you that Lulu lied, and I -- I know that you know that. But I just found out. Lulu lied. You and Diego did not have sex -- at least, not when she told me you did. I was wrong. I was really, really, really wrong.
Patrick: Okay, you're right. There was something happening. There was nowhere to go with it. I won't go down that road, I won't make the same mistakes as -- can't happen.
Robin: Answer me something -- have you ever been in love?
Patrick: Every day.
Robin: I mean with someone other than yourself.
Patrick: Hilary West. She was a redhead. I met her at camp the summer before sixth grade. She was my first kiss -- I still haven't gotten over her. Then there was Brittany Miles. Brittany Miles -- yeah, she was a cheerleader junior year. It turns out she was in love with my car and my curveball.
Patrick: Ah, it wasn't that bad, actually. It was a great car. The back seat saw plenty of Brittany.
Robin: Okay, okay, fine. I'm talking about real love.
Patrick: Sounds painful and annoying.
Robin: Can you be serious for one second -- I mean, at least before the food comes?
Patrick: All right. You want serious? Some kids see their mom and dad and think carpools and baseball games. When I was growing up, even as a kid, I knew what my parents had was different, special. They had these moments, they would glance at each other, they would smile -- the most intimate gestures without even touching each other.
Robin: So you do know what love is. And they were happy, right?
Patrick: Well, you tell me. My mom's dead, and my father might as well be.
Robin: You don't mean that.
Patrick: No, I mean dead inside. I haven't heard my father laugh -- I mean a good, soulful laugh -- in I don't know how long. Whereas me, I -- I laugh all the time. Look, whatever my father felt for my mother couldn't have been worth what it cost him. He's never looked forward again -- in fact, he's run the other way.
Robin: Running away -- he'll be happy to know that you learned that much from him.
Ric: Sonny's had a history of these episodes --his Bipolar, whatever -- for years now, and the only people that he's let into his inner circle up to now have been Jason and Carly. Neither of them are the picture of mental health.
Lainey: But Carly's doing very well.
Ric: Yeah, Carly's functional at best, but she's highly neurotic -- it's just a layperson's opinion, but I know I'm right.
Ric: Okay, Jason has a serious resentment of psychiatrists in general, and that stems from his own brain injury.
Lainey: Well, it's my understanding that his injury was physiological, not mental.
Ric: Regardless, Jason hates shrinks. And he also is an enabler who suffers from a serious case of hero worship where Sonny's concerned. See, Jason thinks that if he can convince Sonny that they can do all of this without seeking proper, you know, psychiatric help, then he doesn't have to deal with or acknowledge Sonny's weakness. He can keep Sonny on a pedestal, he can -- he can have Sonny dependent upon him so that he continues to spiral down.
Lainey: So what are you saying?
Ric: I'm saying that Jason Morgan is the obstacle to my brother getting well.
Carly: Listen to me, Milo. I know how Ric's mind works, okay? He knows how to push Sonny's buttons, and I'm betting he went out and he bought that dress for Emily and convinced Sonny that he did it. He tried to set him up. I know, okay? Listen to me, I know that Max already went to every store trying to find out who sold the dress. But Max is a guy. What does he know about tracking down women's clothing? I, on the other hand, know every mall, boutique, and store within a 20-mile radius, and I'm going to find the store that sold Ric that dress. But to do that, I need to have the dress, okay? Then I'm going to prove what a snake Ric is, and we are going to protect Sonny the way he needs to be protected. I need you to show me where the dress is, okay? Just point it out.
Milo: Up there.
Carly: What the hell is it doing up there?
Milo: Uh -- after the boss tore it to shreds, he had us bag it and store it up there.
Carly: All right. Okay, can you get me that pillow? And I need your help. Do not let me fall, all right? And just watch it a little. Okay. Ha. Look at that -- there it is!
Emily: What's going on?
Ric: Look, I love my brother, but he's not the best judge of character. And he feels comfortable with Jason and Carly because they save him from dealing with the reality of his condition. But their interest is self-serving. But Emily, on the other hand -- now, Emily, she's bright, she's intuitive. She knows what Sonny needs to get better.
Lainey: And so do you?
Ric: I understand -- look, I understand my brother's condition enough to know that he's not going to get well without professional help. I do not have an agenda, Dr. Winters, beyond wanting my brother to overcome this.
Lainey: And considering your rocky start, that's very generous.
Ric: Well, "rocky start" is an understatement. Our mother was given an -- an unlivable decision to make -- you know, Sonny or me. She chose Sonny and sent me to be with my father. I grew up not knowing the woman who gave birth to me. I mean, it was her choice, it was my father's choice, I -- it's out of my hands.
Patrick: I'm a realist, Robin. I know what I can deliver, and I know it'll never be what you want.
Robin: What I want is to figure out a way to make this work. I can admit to my flaws, I can stop overanalyzing, over thinking everything.
Patrick: How about we don't worry where it's going, take it one day at a time? No I-word, no C-word, no L-word?
Robin: No problem. So I guess we're back to where we started -- sex with no strings, only wiser.
Patrick: I wonder what's taking lunch so long?
Robin: I know. I'm famished.
Patrick: Is that your foot?
Robin: Did I mention that I missed you, too?
Patrick: Well, hey, you just did.
Robin: It seems you weren't lying when you said you missed me.
Patrick: No. Check, please?
Dillon: I -- I overheard Lulu talking to my mom, of all people, and she just flat out admitted, you know, she lied about the whole thing --
Georgie: So she could have you for herself.
Dillon: Yeah. Just like you said. She said you and Diego weren't sleeping together, you were talking. You -- you were just talking. I don't know -- I don't know how I'm supposed to really make this up to you -- um -- and I don't know how to ask you for forgiveness because it's unforgivable. I should've -- I should've known deep down that you wouldn't -- that you wouldn't cheat on me. But I just -- I couldn't fathom that Lulu would lie to me.
Georgie: Because she's never lied to you before. But I have. Every time I wrote Diego in prison, that was as good as a lie, and I want you to know that was wrong. I was really, really wrong. It was wrong to let him kiss me at prom, no matter how angry I was with you, and I gave you plenty of reason to doubt me. And at the first opportunity, that's exactly what you did.
Dillon: All right, yes, I -- okay, but, Georgie, I -- I should've known better. You know? I mean, I -- I love you so much, and -- and I've always loved you. And this whole thing right now -- it's my fault because I doubted you.
Georgie: But the fact that you did doubt me, it only proves that we were right to break up.
Emily: Milo, you should've warned me that Carly was here.
Carly: Don't blame Milo. He's a good guy. You need to take care of something out there, right? Thanks for your help. There's no need to question why I'm here -- you know, I'm Sonny's ex-wife; we share two children. We tend to come and go.
Emily: You told me that you wanted Sonny out of your life. Yesterday you looked me in the eye and you swore to me that you wanted Sonny to be with me, right?
Carly: Yeah, I did, and I meant what I said. But I'm not going to walk away from the father of my children and let Ric do more damage.
Emily: What does Ric have to do with anything?
Carly: Sonny would never buy you something like this and forget about it, okay? Ric set him up.
Emily: Why would Ric bother --
Carly: He set him up, okay? Jason and I are convinced of it. Emily, Ric saw how fragile Sonny was and he played on his worst vulnerability, which was Lily and their dead child. He wanted to push Sonny's illness even farther, and I'm going to prove that he did it.
Emily: No, don't you dare. You're going to be making this worse if you do, Carly.
Carly: Did you hear what I said? Ric set him up!
Emily: Sonny's Bipolar, Carly! Anything can set him off! For God's sakes, he had a meltdown over pasta sauce! And what he doesn't need is you feeding into his paranoia.
Carly: He doesn't need Ric driving him crazy, Emily!
Sonny: Wait -- what's going on?
Carly: I'm just trying to save your sanity.
Patrick: I -- uh -- don't want to be a complete dog. I can offer you wine or --
Robin: No, that's okay. I don't drink during lunch -- not when I have to get to back to work, anyway. I really just dampened the mood, didn't I?
Patrick: Do I look dampened? It's just you say so many words sometimes when a simple "no" would do.
Robin: Okay, shh. No talking.
Patrick: I mean, we -- we can -- we can talk if that's what you want to do. If you want to talk, we can --
Robin: You really do care, don't you? Well, not in a long-term, make-plans kind of way, but you -- you care.
Patrick: I care.
Robin: Then shut up and do me.
Dillon: Okay. Okay. I know that I screwed up. I loved you, and then -- and I hurt you, and I'm never going to doubt you again. But don't you feel like -- like, with me, everything in my life feels wrong right now, like it just -- it just feels wrong. I need you. That's what I'm saying.
Georgie: I see that you are hurting as much as I am, and for that, I'm truly sorry.
Dillon: Okay, all right, but can we just -- can we, like, can we stop this and, like, roll back for a second and just, like, try to start over?
Georgie: I can't forget the awful things you said to me. More importantly, I can't get over that you were so willing to believe that I could cheat on you after I swore that I was faithful --
Dillon: Georgie --
Georgie: And that I loved you. And then you turned around and punished me by sleeping with Lulu, even though I still have not had sex with Diego. Dillon, in the end, it is all about trust.
Dillon: I know. I know, I know. And it's not going to happen again.
Georgie: You're right. It won't. Lulu lied for whatever reason she felt she had to, but you believed her because you needed to. You were so willing to see the worst in me.
Dillon: No, I -- I believed her because I -- I already felt like I was losing you. That's why I believed --
Georgie: So you did the one thing to clinch it. Dillon, faith, forgiveness, and most of all, trust is the way to not lose me.
Dillon: Okay, then have faith in me that I have learned from my mistakes, and -- and forgive me for the things that I said, and trust that I won't do them again.
Georgie: Dillon, I have always, always had faith in you. And forgiveness -- yes, I can possibly forgive you someday. But I can never trust you again.
Dillon: Georgie, don't --
Georgie: I'm sorry.
Dillon: Don't do this. Don't.
Georgie: I'm tired, Dillon. I'm tired of this. I'm so tired. We do this -- we fight, we break up, we make up. And in the end, we're never the same. A piece of what we were, what was so wonderful about us, is chipped away and it -- it never goes back. Dillon, it's just broken.
Dillon: You're not letting me fix it.
Georgie: Exactly. I don't know how love and marriage and commitment are supposed to work -- I make this up as I go along. But this, this here, what happened here is not it! It's not. I need to trust myself, Dillon. I just need it. And I'm happy that you know the truth -- so we can move on and we can move past this. But I'm sorry. I'm just -- I'm done. I can't do it.
Dillon: Georgie, don't. Georgie, don't.
Diego: Georgie -- hey, wait, Georgie.
Carly: There is no way that you would forget buying Emily this dress. Even Jason thinks Ric set you up. I just want a chance to prove it for your sake.
Sonny: I'm already on it. I had Max check on it; he didn't find anything. You can call him if you want.
Carly: Ric is good at covering things up. I'll uncover it.
Emily: Ric supports Sonny going to therapy, Carly. He's done nothing but help. Why are you so suddenly determined to undermine him?
Carly: Because Ric's a snake, Emily.
Emily: Do you have any idea how bad this makes you look, Carly? You're the one risking Sonny's health.
Carly: I'm not against Sonny's treatment for one second. But being sane doesn't mean being stupid, and trusting Ric is stupid.
Emily: You know what? Carly, it's enough. You're not helping anything here. Please, just leave.
Carly: I'm not finished talking here.
Emily: Oh, yes, you are. I'm asking you nicely the first time.
Carly: Is that what you want?
Robin: You're smiling.
Patrick: So are you. What time you got to be back in?
Robin: Not for a little while.
Diego: You haven't said a word all the way here.
Georgie: I'm just trying to figure everything out in my head, that's all.
Diego: Do you want -- do you want to tell me something? I don't know -- about that conversation with Dillon?
Georgie: Dillon heard Lulu telling Tracy that she lied about you and me.
Diego: What else -- what else did he say?
Georgie: All the right things -- that he's sorry, he made the biggest mistake of his life, he wants me back.
Diego: Do you still love him?
Georgie: I could tell Dillon every minute of every day how much I loved him. But what I couldn't tell him was that I was writing to you in prison. In the end, I knew he wouldn't understand, respect, or trust my decision -- which is why I'm not going back to him.
Dillon: I thought you'd come here.
Lulu: It's one of my favorite new places. But I'm not so sure it's a good idea to use it for our "dates" anymore.
Dillon: Yeah? Why's that?
Lulu: First clue -- the way Tracy and your grandfather reacted when they found out we had stayed here all night having sex.
Dillon: Wrong answer, Lulu. Wow, you just blew your chance -- again.
Lulu: For what?
Dillon: To keep on lying to me, you know? Just to -- just to keep on lying. You see what I just did there? That's -- that's what we call a setup. That's a Quartermaine thing. You know, you lead people on, and then -- and then you give them enough rope to hang themselves with, and then you watch them swing. I probably could've, you know, used a little more finesse, but I couldn't -- I couldn't really work up the enthusiasm for it. I'll tell you what I could do is I could stand here and -- um -- remember how I tore my wife to shreds for something that she didn't do. You know why I did that, Lulu? Do you want to know? Do you want to know why -- because I trusted you. Because my best friend told me that the woman I loved was sleeping with somebody else. How could you do that to me, Lulu? How could you lie to me?
Emily: You ask Sonny to choose between us? After he's been told to avoid stress, you back him into that corner? You're so selfish, Carly.
Sonny: Emily, you don't have to worry about me. And, Carly -- I mean, we fight all the time, we've been doing it for years. You're getting her all worked up. So I think it's best for everybody if you left.
Carly: Ric says he loves you. He loves the thought of controlling you, and it's only going to get worse.
[Door opens and closes]
Emily: Whew. I know she's the mother of your children, but she is the most narcissistic, self-serving person that I have ever met, Sonny.
Sonny: Carly is coping with me being sick. She's always been there, and she's -- she's helped me get through it, and now she can't accept that -- you know, it's not easy for her not being able to fix it.
Emily: I can't waste my energy feeling sorry for Carly, and neither can you.
Sonny: I'm not. I promised you that I wouldn't back out of therapy, and I won't.
Emily: I just want you to be well.
Patrick: Anyone notice we were gone?
Noah: Hey, you two.
Robin: Dr. Drake, hello.
Noah: How was lunch?
Robin: Delicious. Thank you.
Noah: Good. What -- what's in the package?
Noah: Okay. I guess I get to be right every once in a while, huh?
Patrick: Ahem. Look, don't jump to conclusions. Robin and I had a good time. Just we're not making any long-term plans is what I'm saying.
Noah: Hey, I'm just glad you showed up. It's a big step, Patrick.
Patrick: Why'd you do it?
Noah: I like Robin. I think she's good for you. She doesn't let you get away with a lot.
Patrick: Is that it?
Noah: I was loved by an amazing woman. And I've been alone. The former's much better. See how bad you can screw this one up.
Lulu: I lied to you because I wanted you to be with me instead of Georgie. Dillon, you are the best thing that has happened to me in a long time, and I know that I am better for you than Georgie. I may have lied -- once -- but Georgie has lied to you countless times. That whole thing about writing letters to Diego while he was in prison, no matter how many times you asked her to stop? She dissed you, Dillon. She made you miserable. And I know that I can make you happier than Georgie ever did. And if that makes me selfish, them I'm guilty as charged.
Dillon: Okay, let me ask -- can I ask you a question? Are you trying to justify what you did?
Lulu: I have never connected to anyone like I have with you. Dillon, you and I are good together. We have so much fun and we can talk about anything. And you get me, and I know that I get you, and this was just my chance to make you realize it.
Dillon: You, Lulu, were a friend to me.
Lulu: I wanted to be more than friends, Dillon. I wanted to be the person that you come to when something great happens, or something horrible, not the person that you come to 'cause Georgie is busy at the moment. I wanted to be the person who matters most, because I've never had that, not with anyone in my whole stupid life, Dillon. So I went after you the only way that I know how.
Lulu: My dad warned me about this. Right before he left, he said there's something in the air; be careful with my heart. He knew.
Dillon: Do you want to know what's sad? Everything that -- everything that you just said right now -- about you and me and how amazing we are -- that's all true. It really is. We're great. And now we're nothing.
Carly: Yeah, Linda, I just emailed you pictures of the dress. I want to find out who makes it and where they sell it locally. Yeah, I want to know who bought a size four on June 15. All right, get back to me as soon as you find out anything. Thanks.
Emily: Carly --
Carly: Well, you left Sonny home alone. Hmm -- risky.
Emily: I was really hoping that we could find a way to co-exist for Sonny's sake.
Carly: By throwing me out of the house.
Emily: Our house. I know it's hard for you to swallow, but that's my home. Okay, I'm not a visitor, I'm not there on a day pass. It's where I live, and you need to respect that.
Carly: You don't need to be threatened by me. I'm not trying to take Sonny away from you.
Emily: Oh, okay. All Sonny needs is an excuse to back out of therapy. Do you know how much that's going to undermine him?
Carly: Ric is trying to hurt him, and he's trying to use you to do it. This whole dress thing -- why are you not more angry?
Emily: Because it doesn't matter where the dress came from, Carly. He was going to have a breakdown anyway.
Carly: Yeah, but his brother is now trying to make it happen.
Emily: Carly, all that matters is keeping Sonny focused. He needs to stay positive, to look forward, to deal with the real issues of his condition. He doesn't need to be distracted with your ramblings about betrayal and deceit. It doesn't help him.
Carly: "Positive" and "focused." You need a reality check about the man you love.
Emily: Diagnosis and therapy are Sonny's best chance, and I'm going to do whatever it takes to see that he stays in therapy.
Carly: I pray to God it works, Emily, I do. But I'm going to tell you something. All the therapy in the world isn't going to change who Sonny is at heart. He is ruthless, he's ambitious, and he's controlling. Accept that, or be prepared to let him go.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Emily: I got here as soon as I could. What do you need?
Nikolas: Uh --
Emily: You needed my help with something?
Elizabeth: Robin's a lucky girl today.
Patrick: These aren't for Robin, they're for you.
Carly: Guess what this is. Ric bought it and I have proof.
Alexis: We're in a position to put Jason away.
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