GH Transcript Thursday 7/27/06

General Hospital Transcript Thursday 7/27/06


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Lulu: Hey -- uh -- why is there a "closed" sign on the door?

Dillon: Mike said it was okay.

Lulu: I'm supposed to be working a split shift.

Dillon: Oh, no. Take the day off.

Lulu: Okay. What are you doing?

Dillon: Taking Georgie to her prom.

Carly: Hey, Jen. Great news -- they accepted my offer. That's right, the Metro Court has its first sister hotel -- the Windsor Sunset in Albany. Yeah, I want you to keep a lookout for the paperwork, okay? I know, it's great. I'm so excited about this. Oh, can you hang on one second? I have another call. Hello, this is Carly. He did? Uh -- no. Great, great. I'll -- I'll keep a lookout for it. Thanks. Jen, did you know that Jax sent me something? No, no, I -- I have no idea what it is. I bet you he's coming home soon and he wants to butter me up. I will. I'll -- I'll call you the second I know anything. I know, it better be expensive, right? Here comes the bellman. I'll call you back. Bye. Hey. Do you have something for me from Mr. Jacks?

Bellman: Oh, yes, ma'am.

Carly: Okay.

Emily: They worked so hard to get the garden planted, I thought we should bring a little of it indoors.

Sonny: Oh. I like that garden. It doesn't matter if I was losing my mind when I started planting it.

Emily: How are you?

Sonny: Well, you tell me. I -- I started the medication that Dr. Winters prescribed, and I took one in the morning, one at night.

Emily: Oh, I'm so glad.

Sonny: So what do you think? Do you think I seem any different?

Patrick: Okay, everyone. We know what we're dealing with here. The patient is suffering diffuse cerebral edema, secondary to the fracture of her basilar skull. She is also end-stage AIDS, which means we've all taken the necessary precautions, correct?

Elizabeth: Correct.

Epiphany: Yes.

Patrick: Now, here's the thing --once I cut into Ms. Gilbert, I cannot afford any disruptions, panic, or second thoughts. If you do not want to be in this room, now is the time to leave. Anyone?

Robin: No.

Patrick: Okay. Let's do it.

Emily: You seem fine, Sonny. How do you feel?

Sonny: I feel pretty good, you know? Not perfect, but not bad at all.

Emily: I'm glad you're not having a negative reaction, but I think it's a little too soon to tell. I -- I think that you should distract yourself with something, at least while you're making the adjustment. You won't help anything if you obsess over the meds.

Sonny: So I should take up, what, golf?

Emily: I think maybe you should try the public courses. You'd hate the country club.

Sonny: Well, there's nothing I would hate more than having to, like, hit a tiny little ball into a hole with a skinny stick. I think I'd have to go to therapy for the rest of my life. Okay, I'm going to make a -- I'm going to tell you something. Honestly, I thought that when I took the pills --

Emily: Yeah?

Sonny: It would make me numb.

Emily: Lainey knows what she's doing. You're going to start low, work your way up, see what you can tolerate, and if you start to feel strange, she's going to notch it back down again. There is nothing to worry about.

Sonny: I feel a little edgy, you know, having to go to therapy, but then again, I felt edgy having to start the medication.

Emily: Well, you're taking care of yourself, Sonny. That's all that matters.

Sonny: Lainey says taking the medication will minimize the chance of having another breakdown; it will make me feel more like myself. The question is, we haven't figured out what that's going to be yet.

Carly: A post card? Was anything attached like earrings, convertible -- anything?

Bellman: I'm sorry, this is all that came.

Carly: Hmm. A man leaves me in the dead of night and he doesn't call, doesn't email to see if I'm alive, and when he finally makes contact, it's a post card?

Bellman: There's giraffes on the front.

Carly: "Dear Carly, the African savannas are breathtaking. Hope you're well. Jax." What about "I miss you, Carly"? "I hope you're okay, Carly." "I'm going to be coming home soon, Carly." Why did he even bother sending this? I'll tell you why -- so I wouldn't forget that he was out there. So I wouldn't forget how fabulous everything was between us, on the off chance that I may be having a life while he's ignoring me. Do you think he's spending his savanna nights by himself? I don't think so.

Nikolas: Well, someone sounds upset.

Carly: You're damn right I'm upset. How would you feel if someone you loved did this to you?

Dillon: I've gone -- I've gone over what happened a million times, all right, the things I said to you when I found out you lied. You -- you and me sleeping together, that's not your fault any more than it is mine. You're not a scheming vixen, and I'm not a -- a victim, okay?

Lulu: No. Who are you kidding? If I hadn't lied, we would've never ended up together. It's --

Dillon: No, but you said it yourself -- I believed you because I wanted to. You were right. I mean, I was freaking out so much about Georgie and Diego that -- that believing you made me right. It's a self-fulfilling prophecy, that's all.

Lulu: So, where does that leave us?

Dillon: Well, you lied. That changes everything. I just want to let you know that I was wrong to blame you.

Lulu: And you still want Georgie?

Dillon: I still love Georgie. I just have to find a way to show her.

Diego: Hey, Georgie. I was just calling you.

Georgie: Hey.

Diego: Hey, listen, I have my dad's boat again. I was thinking we could take it out for a while, just the two of us, and then I want to take you to dinner to this place by the coast. It's right on the waterfront, and they serve the best steamed clams.

Georgie: I'd love to, but I'm kind of on my way to work.

Diego: All right, that's fine. We'll do it after your shift.

Georgie: I don't think so.

Diego: Okay, then we'll do it tomorrow.

Georgie: I can't, Diego. It wouldn't -- it wouldn't be fair to you.

Diego: This about Dillon?

Georgie: Yeah. I still love him.

Diego: I knew that. I knew that, and I told you. You know, and I also knew that it was a matter of time before you go back to him.

Georgie: No, no, wait, Diego. I'm not -- I'm not going back to him. I just -- I can't walk blindly into something new. I need -- I need time just to figure out why I did the things I did, and I need to stop hurting. I still can't believe it was so easy for Dillon to call me a liar.

Diego: Yeah, and you still love him.

Georgie: Yes. I care about you. I care about you a lot, and trust me, if it wasn't for Dillon, I would be with you in -- in a heartbeat. But I can't string you along when I -- when I feel so -- so strongly for someone else. I'm -- I'm so sorry.

Diego: Hey, thanks for being honest.

Georgie: I have to be. I've seen what dishonesty can do to a relationship, and once the lies start, you don't stand a chance.

Diego: Yeah. Well, I'm going to be honest with you. I'm not going to give up on us.

Patrick: The edema's more localized. See down there, small arterial bleeds?

Robin: I can't cauterize the bleeder.

Patrick: I have to sew it up. 


Patrick: Damn it. What the hell was that?

Doctor: Sorry, doctor. It was mechanical. I have it under control.

Robin: Dr. Drake, did you cut yourself? 

Nikolas: Maybe I could see why this would upset you if your relationship with --

Carly: If -- if what, really?

Nikolas: I just -- I've never been quite clear as to the foundation of your relationship with Jax. At first, I thought it was simply a bond over Courtney's son, and then -- well, my son. Then after things shifted, so to speak, I assumed you were held together in an effort to keep me from discovering the truth about my son. Then, of course, Jax left soon thereafter, so I was only left --

Carly: What is your point, really?

Nikolas: I just assumed that it was more of a casual connection.

Carly: Well, it wasn't -- you know, at least not for me.

Nikolas: Okay.

Carly: But I guess Jax felt differently. Maybe that's why he can leave so easily, and maybe that's why all I get is a post card singing the praises of wildlife in Africa. You know, what, exactly, did you want?

Nikolas: Um -- to apologize. I hold you as responsible as Jax for keeping my son's paternity a secret from me. But the more I think about it, the more I realize that you were in an untenable situation. And nothing can change what you did to find an antidote for the virus. If not for you, my son would not be alive today.

Carly: Wow. Thank you for remembering that. How is John?

Nikolas: He's good. He's great, actually.

Carly: No matter what you think, I love that little boy.

Nikolas: Yes, I know. That's why I've decided that you should be able to see him.

Lainey: Well, you're right on time.

Sonny: You're very good, Dr. Winters.

Lainey: Thank you so much. Why the flattery?

Sonny: Well, I took the first of the pills you gave me, and it felt good, mostly because I'm normal.

Lainey: And how'd you imagine you'd feel?

Sonny: Well, I just thought that I would just flatten out, and to avoid the highs and the lows, I would be somewhere in the middle and I wouldn't be able to feel nothing.

Lainey: So you're not sorry you started the medication?

Sonny: Oh, I'm just sorry I didn't take it a long time ago, because I'm just -- I'm grateful that it's over.

Lainey: Excuse me?

Sonny: Uh -- you know, the medication -- it works, I can tolerate it, so I'm not going to have another breakdown.

Lainey: You -- you sound like you're leaving, Sonny. Our work is just beginning.

Sonny: I feel fine.

Lainey: Well, I hate to rain on your parade, but you're suffering from severe post-traumatic stress. You've got both anger management and authority issues, and a deep-seated anxiety that has torn at the fabric of your life for years. A couple of therapy sessions and a couple of pills hasn't cured anything.

Robin: Doctor, you have to stop.

Patrick: This is my surgery and you're out of line.

Robin: There's a tear in your glove.

Patrick: I'm almost finished suturing the bleeder.

Robin: Did you puncture your own skin, Dr. Drake?

Patrick: I don't know.

Robin: Then you have to get over to the scrub sink right now.

Patrick: Look, I'm a little busy, Dr. Scorpio.

Robin: If you're -- there's no waiting. I will hold off the bleed while you deal with this.


Elizabeth: B.P.'s dropped to 82/46 with a reflex tachycardia of 120.

Epiphany: Fresh gloves, doctor.

Patrick: Open up the fluids, order two units of plasma.

Robin: Is that your blood?

Patrick: I don't know.

Robin: Call Dr. Amalfi, stat.

Patrick: There's no time for Dr. Amalfi. My patient will be dead.

Robin: Patrick, please.

Patrick: I'm fine. Clamp. I need more retraction.

Robin: Her blood is all over your hands.

Patrick: I need to ligate the bleeder. Where's my plasma?

Elizabeth: I'm working on it.

Robin: Don't do this.

Patrick: Continue with 500 cc's ringer's challenge.

Carly: I thought you wanted to make a clean break.

Nikolas: Yeah, I don't want to punish John because I'm angry at you. That's selfish.

Carly: But you were so angry and bitter.

Nikolas: Yes, I'm not excusing what you did, but John is my first priority. I need to do what's in his best interest.

Carly: You think I'm in John's best interest?

Nikolas: The idea of you, Carly, Michael, Morgan. It's not just you. I'm talking about family here.

Carly: Michael and Morgan -- they ask about him every day.

Nikolas: I know, I know, and -- and they need to be around John. These past few weeks while I've been settling my son into his -- his home, his life, it's given me the opportunity to really think about what that means. And I don't want John to live a cloistered life, sheltered from the rest of the world. He needs to go to the playground, he needs to be with other children, he -- in other words, he needs to have the childhood that I never had, and I'm going to make sure that he does. And you, Carly, were like a sister to Courtney, and your children are John's cousins -- the same as Alexis' children.

Carly: It's going to make for a very interesting Thanksgiving dinner.

Nikolas: Yes, it is. And I hope that it is. Because I want John to have a big, complicated, loving family. The more the merrier, as far as I'm concerned.

Carly: Wow. I underestimated you. I really thought Robin was just going to poison you against me forever.

Nikolas: About Robin -- she and I are really close friends. It would be best for all of --

Carly: Say no more. I will never say another word about Robin. You have made my day!

Nikolas: Oh --

Carly: Thank you so much!

Nikolas: You -- okay. You're welcome.

Sonny: Sure, I got problems. Everybody's got problems. But as long as I don't have to go through another episode, I can pretty much take care of anything. And now that you've given me medication, that means I won't have to go to, you know, the other side.

Lainey: Sonny, I've explained this to you. It's a process.

Sonny: Right.

Lainey: The medication is the first step --

Sonny: Yeah.

Lainey: And we have to monitor it closely. The chances of us getting it right the first time are unlikely. I mean, we're going to make adjustments as we go along.

Sonny: I told you, I feel okay.

Lainey: Well, it's going to take us some time to know that we've got it right. And the therapy will give you the tools to balance your psychological issues with your physiological ones.

Sonny: Right. You said I'm taking the medication to control my emotions, right? Am I right?

Lainey: It's important for us to explore your triggers.

Sonny: Okay.

Lainey: The incidents that set off your Bipolar episodes. The more we understand what drives you, the better you'll be able to cope.

Sonny: Okay, I did not sign on for all this. I'm -- I've told you, I'm doing much better.

Lainey: I think you're avoiding.

Sonny: Avoi-- I've been honest with you from the start. I don't know what else you want from me.

Lainey: To get you where you need to be so that you can live a healthy and a productive life. Sonny, you made a commitment, and we've barely scratched the surface. Please don't quit now.

Sonny: Okay. What would you like to know?

Lainey: You said you were claustrophobic.

[Sonny chuckles]

Sonny: Can we -- do we have to start there? Okay, is there anything in your life that you're afraid of?

Lainey: Spiders. I'm working on it. But this is your nickel. Why do you think you're claustrophobic?

Sonny: Well, I don't need a PhD to figure that one out. I was about, what, 6, 7. I was a little kid. My -- my stepfather would get drunk, he'd throw me in a closet, lock the door, and after I served my time, he'd -- he'd yank me out of there and beat the living daylights out of me.

Lainey: And this lasted a long time?

Sonny: Until I left home, and then I was around -- by the time I was 11, he didn't bother with the closet anymore. He just beat me up.

Lainey: And how did you feel when your stepfather locked you up and beat you?

Sonny: Uh -- hmm, let me think about that. Um -- you're kidding me. How would you feel?

Lainey: Sonny, tell me in your own words.

Sonny: Okay, I'll tell you. I felt helpless, scared, nervous. Is that -- is that a good start for you?

Lainey: Tell me about your mother.

Sonny: My mother was the most generous, beautiful, kind person that ever lived.

Lainey: And how did she deal with her husband beating you?

Sonny: She would beg him to stop and she would cry, and -- um -- he'd beat her -- he was bigger than both of us.

Lainey: You ever wonder why your mother didn't take you away from there?

Sonny: She couldn't.

Lainey: Why is that?

Sonny: It's not that simple.

Lainey: You ever wonder why she didn't do more to protect you?

Sonny: I don't think you really heard what I said. She couldn't because he was bigger than both of us, so I had to protect her.

Lainey: Even though you were 6 years old?

Sonny: I am not getting into this conversation with you. She could not stop what was happening.

Lainey: You were a little boy, Sonny. She was your mother. Isn't a mother's job to protect her baby?

Sonny: You were not there. No one was. I'm the only one that knows.

Patrick: Well done, everyone. The patient lived to see at least one more day. Want to close up?

Epiphany: Yes, sir. You need to see about your hand, Dr. Drake, get that flushed out if need be.

Patrick: This doesn't leave the room. No one needs to know about this unless I choose to tell them. Is that clear?

Elizabeth: Of course not, doctor.

Epiphany: Yes, sir.

Robin: Patrick? Let me do it. Patrick?

Robin's voice: So we -- we're going to take you to the hospital, and they're going to treat your wound and you'll be fine.

Stone: I'm telling you they can't help me. Why can't you get it?

Robin: I don't understand. Why do you keep saying that?

Stone: Because.

Stone: I'm HIV positive.

Robin: No matter how hard you scrub, it won't go away.

[Patrick turns water off]

Robin: We need to schedule tests for you today, to test you for Hep B and C, as well as HIV.

Patrick: I need to tell Epiphany Ms. Gilbert needs acute care and neurological monitoring. She needs bedside nursing for the next six to eight hours --

Robin: I'll tell Epiphany. Patrick, look at me. You must be tested today.

Patrick: We're not going to know for a while.

Robin: It's protocol. We need to see where you are, and then we'll test you again in six months. Here. Before we even get the first results, we need to get you started on a 60-day series of anti-retroviral drugs.

Patrick: Look, I'm not going to worry about it. My exposure was minimal.

Robin: You had an exposed wound inside the cranium of a woman with end-stage AIDS. What part of that is minimal?

Patrick: Thanks for the reminder. Just closed up a cerebral edema. Our job's not done.

Sonny: My mother was an angel. She was kind, she was gentle. She wouldn't hurt a living creature. Unfortunately, she was -- she married a -- Deke, who was my stepfather. He was a brutal -- he was a violent monster, and by the time my mother figured out that my stepfather was a sadistic bastard, it was too late. We couldn't leave, so that's why I had to do what I had to do to protect her. I'm not going to get into this right now. I'm not going to talk about my childhood. I'm not going to talk about my mother with you.

Lainey: Okay. Well, let me give you something to think about in case you change your mind about that.

Sonny: Mm-hmm.

Lainey: Sometimes we have feelings that we push back because we feel guilty about them. Things you might've felt about your mother -- anger at her for not keeping you safe, for not doing something more -- and given the circumstances, those feelings are completely normal, Sonny. In fact, admitting that anger would be a breakthrough for you.

Sonny: Okay, Mother went through hell with Deke. It's not her fault what happened.

Lainey: We're not talking about blame.

Sonny: All right, I'm not going to -- I'm not going to talk to you about -- okay, I'll get -- I'll leave. So, I won't come back.

Lainey: Oh, okay.

Sonny: All right.

Lainey: All right, before you do, would you like to tell me how you're better?

Sonny: Oh, man. I'm better because -- look, I -- I felt pain for my mother's suffering. It does not make me crazy. It makes me a loving son.

Lainey: There's a lot of pain and a lot of guilt that comes up for you around your memories of your mother. When you talked about her just now --

Sonny: Yeah?

Lainey: Suddenly you were 6 years old again. And if you don't learn to deal with that, it could paralyze you for a very long time. I'm increasing your medication by 10 milligrams.

Patrick: Keep the systolic B.P. between 110 and 140 with a vasoactive drip. Also, because of her compromised immune system, I want you to monitor her very closely for the next 24 hours. I've also indicated neuro checks every 15 minutes for the next four hours, and then every hour after that. Let me know if her G.C.S. changes in any direction.

Epiphany: Got it.

Patrick: Good.

Elizabeth: Did the lab say when they'd have your test results?

Patrick: I knew you had feelings for me, Spencer. Don't let your husband find out.

Robin: What's your hurry?

Patrick: Patient's doing well. She's in good hands.

Robin: Good.

Patrick: Yeah.

Robin: Let's get out of here.

Patrick: Not the best time for a quickie in the linen closet.

Robin: That wasn't quite what I had in mind. There's something that you need, and you don't even know it. 

Georgie: Mike?

Singer: It seems your soul speaks through amber eyes

Dillon: Glad you could make it.

Singer: You know but don't criticize

Georgie: What is all this?

Dillon: Um -- prom. It's prom.

Singer: And it's hard to believe what has happened

Dillon: The one you planned for, the one I never took you to.

Singer: But in moments like these

Dillon: Whatever happens -- um -- between you and me, I want a chance to make this up to you.

Singer: That I never knew

Georgie: We have to stop. We can't -- we can't do this, Dillon. There's been so many mistakes.

Dillon: I know -- I know that. I know that. Most of those mistakes were mine. I shouldn't have asked you to marry me at the hospital. I should've known that if you're going to be husband and wife, you need to know how to make it work before you're ready to commit to it. And the Markham Islands, going off on Luke's big adventure -- that was selfish and immature. And the worst thing that I've ever done to you was take Lulu's word over yours. I can't change any of that. But I can take this opportunity to go back and fix the one night that I failed you the most. And I can take the most beautiful girl in the world to her prom.

Singer: We've laughed we've cried we've been through it all

Patrick: You pulled me away from a patient for this, the smell of seaweed and dead fish?

Robin: Will you stop for a second? Take a breath. Just look out at the water and try and gain perspective. That's what I do.

Patrick: Yeah, you're right -- big help. Thanks for sharing.

Robin: Can you stop fighting this for a second and just listen to me? I know what you're feeling.

Patrick: That's a little presumptuous.

Robin: Maybe. Would you mind just hearing me out?

Robin: When Stone told me that he was HIV positive, and that I might be infected, my entire world stopped. I couldn't comprehend it, that this person that I loved so much could do this to me. Just how you love being a doctor, right? I mean, how could it turn around and bite you so badly? For a while, I went through the motions. I got my first blood test, and I was in complete denial. I -- I just kept telling myself there is no way that I'm going to get this virus. Month after endless months I just waited. Until one day Alan called me into his office and he just -- he didn't even have to say anything. I could just see it all over his face. This boy that I loved was dying from this thing, and now I had it. I wanted to just crawl into a hole and never come out. But you're not there yet. And please believe me, I am not trying to tell you how to feel. I'm just saying that I know.

Robin: Except for one thing. Unlike me, you have a chance. You might've dodged this bullet. Now, wouldn't that be something -- if this accident happened and you were not infected? I choose to believe in that possibility, and I expect you to do the same.

Patrick: What's your point?

Robin: My point is what you did in the operating room today was the bravest thing that I have ever seen. You risked your own life to save your patient.

Patrick: Yeah.

Robin: I don't believe that people get AIDS as punishment. I think that sometimes horrible things happen to the best of us. But I can still hope. This may be the longest six months of your whole life. But I promise you're not alone.

Carly: What happened?

Lainey: I'm worried that Sonny's going to quit therapy, that he's going to stop taking his meds, and if that happens, he will have another breakdown.

Carly: Wow. You say that like it's a sure thing.

Lainey: Yeah, well, going off of his history, I think it's just a matter of time.

Carly: I don't understand. I thought he was doing so well.

Lainey: We talked about something from his past that triggered a reaction. Carly, I cannot stress to you how important it is that Sonny continue to work through his issues.

Carly: I thought his issues were this whole Bipolar Disorder.

Lainey: He has a lot of demons from his childhood. I understand why it was always so hard for you to leave.

Carly: Hmm.

Lainey: You know, he's got a lot of pain, and it contradicts who he wants to be. My heart goes out to him.

Carly: He's worked really hard to bury the past, Lainey, you know?

Lainey: If he'd just put half that much energy towards getting well -- I really hope I didn't push too hard too soon.

Carly: No. Sonny needs someone to do exactly what you're doing, okay, someone who won't give up on him.

Lainey: Then, Carly, please, do whatever you can to convince him not to abandon his therapy.

Sonny: Oh -- nothing. All this stuff --

Emily: Hey, I brought you some chowder from the Metro Court. I know how much you -- uh-oh. Session didn't go well?

Sonny: It's not supposed to go well. You know, you dredge up stuff that's, you know, should've been buried.

Emily: Yeah. They say it gets harder before it gets easier.

Sonny: Yeah, that's what -- everybody says that, but you know what? What's the point in -- in bringing up stuff that should've been put in the past? Why do I have to relive the worst part of my life?

Emily: What you're doing takes so much courage, Sonny. I know it's going to be worth it in the end.

Sonny: Not necessarily.

Emily: Are you thinking about quitting therapy?

Sonny: You tell me, why the hell not?

[Music plays]

Georgie: We used to tell each other that we weren't like people our age, that we were more mature, but -- but, Dillon, we're not.

Singer: How can I

Georgie: We don't know what it's like to be in a real relationship.

Dillon: Hey, how mature do you have to be to handle prom? It's not like somebody's going to dump a bucket of pig's blood on our heads, you know?

Georgie: Ha. "Carrie" -- got it.

Dillon: And you thought you got nothing out of this marriage.

Georgie: That's the thing. I got so much, and it breaks my heart when I think about what we're losing.

Dillon: So don't. Don't think about that tonight.

Georgie: You're making this really hard for me, you know? Times like this -- it makes me miss what we had. The times where we could just be.

Dillon: Come here. That's all I'm asking of you tonight. I want you to just be, with me. Just dance, with me. Let me say the words I never thought would cross my lips -- let me be your prom king.

Singer: As I look into your eyes you leave me mesmerized and it's you that keeps my head above the clouds

Patrick: This is going to wreak havoc on my love life. Nerdy-looking surgeons everywhere have felt a shift in the universe.

Robin: Well, they needed a break in their luck.

Patrick: Six months, huh?

Robin: But if you test negative in six months, then you're pretty much home free. Hey, look on the bright side -- it'll give you time to work on your people skills.

Patrick: No woman is going to come near me until the new year. Now, that is a dry spell.

Robin: You know what? I have a feeling you'll survive.

Patrick: This is a bit of a fantasy for you, huh? Suddenly, my social calendar is wide open. Looks like you got your committed relationship by default, Dr. Scorpio.

Robin: I would give anything for this not to have happened to you.

Sonny: I did what everybody wanted. I took the medication, I'm feeling okay by it.

Emily: What went wrong?

Sonny: Dr. Lainey started laying in on me, talking to me about things she shouldn't be talking to me about. I don't care how many -- how many certificates she has on the wall.

Emily: Do you want to tell me?

Sonny: Yeah, I'll tell you. Dr. Winters says that it's my mother's fault that my stepfather beat me, that she should've protected me -- like anybody knows what happened all those years ago. I got mad -- how can you blame me? And you know what Dr. Winters says? Dose up the medication.

Emily: I'm sure it's not meant to punish you. Dr. Winters is committed to -- to getting you better.

Sonny: To what, doping me up? I got -- I have a temper. I know that. Right.

Emily: Yeah, your temper is the reason you need to stay in therapy, Sonny. You've lived through so much.

Sonny: Right. Right. And I survived it.

Emily: Yes.

Sonny: Right.

Emily: You did. But the little boy inside of you is still suffering. Can't -- can't you accept the reality of what happened to you?

Sonny: So you feel the same way? That it's my mother's fault that that pig hit her and me and --

Emily: No, no, no, please don't put words in my mouth.

Sonny: You know, I don't care how many years of therapy I have to go through, how many bottles of lithium I have to take, I will never blame my mother. And not you or anybody else will judge her.

Carly: Sonny -- stop.

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Alan: You've been exposed to end-stage AIDS.

Robin: You're not alone. We will find a way to deal with this.

Emily: Don't blame this on the therapy.

Sonny: Don't talk to Carly like you're in charge of my life.

Carly: Be happy. You have to make the choice.

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