GH Transcript Tuesday 8/1/06

General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 8/1/06


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Elizabeth: Nikolas?

Nikolas: Elizabeth, hey. What? What's wrong?

Elizabeth: I don't even know if I should be saying this, because what if I'm wrong? But what if I'm not? Either -- either way, I don't think there's anything you can do.

Nikolas: Why don't you let me decide?

Elizabeth: I think Lucky's addicted to pain pills.

Maxie: I'm sorry, Lucky. Not because you're finally seeing Elizabeth for who she really is, but because it's hurting you so much.

Lucky: I'll get over it. You'll help me, right?

Maxie: You have to ask? Come on, you have to know how much you mean to me by now.


Lucky: What the hell?

Jason: I set the events in motion that led to Sonny's breakdown, so I'll run the business for however long it takes him to get well.

Carly: Okay, but with what Sonny's going through -- what if he can never run the business again?

Jason: Then I'll stay in charge.

Carly: For the rest of your life? No family? No love? No Sam?

Jason: I already don't have Sam.

Carly: Jason, you miss her, and you deserve to have her in your life, and you're not helping anyone by pushing Sam away.

Sonny: I wouldn't be getting better if it wasn't for you. You -- you've shown me that there's no shame in getting professional help. You've changed my life for the better, but all I've given you is heartache.

Emily: That's not true.

Sonny: I can't do it anymore. It has to stop.

Emily: You're breaking up with me.


Edward: What the devil? You could've -- you could've killed me --

[Siren stops]

Edward: And you nearly destroyed a classic automobile. And I just -- oh, Lucky Spencer? It's you. Are you hurt, boy?

Lucky: No, sir, I'm fine. And how about yourself?

Edward: Well, I had the dickens scared out of me. I -- I was sitting there in my Bentley, ready to leave, and then suddenly this dumpster came crashing into me, and then all the lights and the sirens. You have to know something, young man. At my age, surprises always mean trouble.

Lucky: I'm sorry. The -- the gear shift, it must've slipped into --

Edward: And who's -- hey, is that -- is that Maxie Jones in there? What's she doing in your police car, huh?

Nikolas: I can't picture Lucky addicted to anything.

Elizabeth: I know. Me, too. And now I'm afraid that I've been in denial for such a long time that he's got a serious problem.

Nikolas: Why do you think it's a problem?

Elizabeth: Well, you know he's been struggling with his back injury that he doesn't want anyone to know about.

Nikolas: Right. Right. That's when it started? With his back?

Elizabeth: Well, I noticed that he went through his prescription of Hydrocodone way too fast. And even Dr. Drake was a little concerned, so he took him off the pills, and at first Lucky wasn't happy about it, but he seemed to accept it. But then I found more pills on Lucky, and he just said they were left over, that he didn't know he had.

Nikolas: Mm-hmm. So you think he lied about it?

Elizabeth: Well, then I confronted him again and he told me that Patrick -- he didn't trust Patrick, and so he went to another doctor. And at this point, he'd been on the Hydrocodone for -- for weeks, and I told him that made me really nervous, and so he just tossed the pills into the harbor and swore that he would never take them again. Tonight I found another bottle in his pocket.

Nikolas: Oh.

Elizabeth: And when I questioned him, he completely freaked out on me, and then he left the house. And now I don't know what to do because I can't -- I can't help my husband if he won't even talk to me.

Nikolas: It's okay. Come here. It's okay.

Jason: I do not want to talk about Sam, okay?

Carly: Well, you don't have to, because I can look at your face and see what's going on. You know, everyone looks at you, and they see this unreadable block of cement, but I can look in your eyes, Jason, and I see that you're in pain. You're my best friend and I love you, and you were happy with Sam.

Jason: This is -- stop talking about her!

Carly: I'm not going to stop talking about her! Because you're not going to be happy until you and Sam are back together, and I'm going to help you with that, okay? Yes. You need to be proactive. You can't sit back and wait for things to happen, Jason; you got to make them happen. You do it in business, you can do it in the rest of your life.

Jason: One thing has nothing to do with the other.

Carly: You broke up with Sam because your business makes both of you a target.

Jason: And that hasn't changed, has it?

Carly: Jason, it can. You can have your cake and eat it, too, if you change the way you do business -- that's where I come in. I know how your business works, and I can help you.

Jason: Okay, okay, stop right there. You will never be involved in my work.

Carly: I am a great businesswoman, okay? I am doing a great job with the Metro Court since Jax left.

Jason: Fine.

Carly: I just bought another hotel in Albany.

Jason: That's great. Good. Then you'll be too busy to worry about my business.

Carly: I am never too busy for you. Look at how I handled everything with the garbage strike.

Jason: Nobody wanted a garbage strike, Carly.

Carly: Hey, look, when I went to those meetings as Sonny's widow, I was fantastic.

Jason: You almost got yourself killed.

Carly: Would you stop making everything sound so bad.

Jason: Look, I'm not going to risk -- I'm not going to risk your life any more than I'm going to risk Sam's, so get over it.

Emily: We're in this together, Sonny. It's not just your decision to make.

Sonny: I can see it in your eyes -- you worry about me all the time.

Emily: It comes with the territory. I knew that when I fell in love with you.

Sonny: It shouldn't -- it shouldn't be this hard for you. You deserve better. You deserve somebody who won't cause you so much pain.

Emily: That would be fine, Sonny, if I were in love with someone else, but I'm not.

Sonny: This whole -- this thing that I'm going through? We don't know how I'm going to come out the other end.

Emily: Then why don't we wait and see before we start turning our lives upside down?

Sonny: Because -- the little therapy that I've -- that I've done so far, it's -- it's made me look at things differently.

Emily: Okay. How different? You don't love me anymore.

Sonny: I can't stop loving you. But when I look at what I've -- what I've put you through, I -- I have realized that I've been thinking more about myself than what's right for you. It's the most selfish decision I've ever made.

Emily: No. Right now, Sonny, trying to end this -- that's the most selfish decision you've ever made.

Elizabeth: I'm sorry. I didn't come here --

Nikolas: No.

Elizabeth: To fall apart.

Nikolas: No, I don't blame you for being upset.

Colleen: Nikolas? Uh -- oh, sorry. I -- I didn't know you had company.

Nikolas: No, no. Colleen McHenry, this is Elizabeth Spencer, my sister-in-law. Colleen is John's nanny.

Elizabeth: Oh.

Colleen: Nice to meet you, Mrs. Spencer.

Elizabeth: You, too.

Nikolas: I'm sorry, Colleen. If you don't mind, Elizabeth and I were having a private conversation.

Colleen: Oh, of course, but you said you wanted to feed John before I put him down for the night.

Nikolas: Right. Go ahead. I -- I gave him his last bottle.

Colleen: Okay. Whatever you say, sir.

Nikolas: Okay.

Colleen: Pleasure to meet you.

Elizabeth: You, too. I don't want to keep you from your son.

Nikolas: No, no. Believe me, John and I are inseparable these days. Wow, Elizabeth. I -- I can't believe I missed what's been going on with Lucky. And I knew he wasn't himself in the hospital. He was just angry and moody. I just -- I thought he was just struggling with everything that he had to deal with. And then I assumed, once he went back to work, that he was back to his old self again.

Elizabeth: No, he hasn't been himself since the accident. And I -- I kept feeling like he was keeping something from me, and now I know what -- he was taking drugs.

Nikolas: Uh-huh. Well, it may not be as -- as bad as that. You know, the thing that drives Lucky is his -- his desire to work, to prove himself on the job, you know, so maybe your first instinct is right. Maybe -- maybe he is only taking the pills to deal with the pain in his back. Maybe it isn't a crutch yet. What's important is that we get him to stop.

Elizabeth: But he won't listen to me.

Nikolas: Your husband loves you, Elizabeth. He can't admit that he's flawed to you, because he wants to be your hero.

Lucky: I was about to give Maxie a ride home.

Edward: Oh.

Lucky: And I was on the radio with dispatch, and I must've accidentally knocked the car into gear. I'm just glad to see you're not hurt, Mr. Quartermaine. I hope you accept my apology.

Edward: Oh, no, no, no, no. I'm the one who should apologize. You see, I just assumed that I'd been smashed into by a -- by a drug-addled deviant, not Port Charles' finest.

Lucky: Obviously not the finest driver.

Maxie: My fault. I should've -- I should've asked for another ride home from someone else besides Lucky.

Edward: No, nonsense. A policeman's job is never done. And if a car gets dinged in the process, it's a -- it's a small price to pay -- even a custom Bentley.

Lucky: Yeah, that's awfully generous of you.

Edward: You know, this community owes you a lot, young man. You will be forever in my esteem for the way you dispatched that Manny Ruiz. That son of a bitch murdered our Justus in cold blood, and you're a hero in my eyes.

Lucky: I just try to do my duty, sir.

Edward: And you do it well. So I'll -- I'll let you go on about your business. I'm sure you're hot on the trail of the next scourge of Port Charles, and I feel much safer in your hands. So, good evening to both of you.

Maxie: Well, that could have been awkward. Nice save, Lucky.

Lucky: Get in the car.

Maxie: All I'm saying is, it's a good thing that you're such a hero. Oh.

Lucky: Exactly what I am -- a hero.

Carly: You know, you seem so normal most of the time, I forget in some ways that you're just a child.

Jason: No, I'm not, Carly.

Carly: You are when it comes to fear. You're never afraid for yourself. But when it comes to someone you care about, the second you get scared you shut down, and that's exactly what you did with Sam. You got a real taste of what fear does to you. And you couldn't control it and you couldn't minimize it and you couldn't turn it around and get revenge on it. I know you, Jason, you froze and you hated it. And you never want to feel that again, so you decided the only solution was to let Sam go.

Jason: No matter what anyone says, Sam is safer away from me.

Carly: But you still love her. You love her, and isn't that what we're mostly afraid of losing? You're never going to stop worrying about her, just like she's never going to stop opening the paper every morning being terrified that she's going to see your face under some tragic headline. But, Jason, if you guys are together, at least you have that love. Think about it.

Bernie: Jason. Sorry to interrupt. I just -- I got something that needs your immediate attention.

Carly: You have the world's worst timing.

Sonny: When you first came here, you -- you had been raped. Your marriage was falling apart. You were hurt. You needed to feel safe, reassured. And because of who you are, you wanted to take care of me.

Emily: A couple of days in therapy and suddenly you're an expert?

Sonny: No, no, no, no, I've been thinking about this for a while. I just didn't have -- I didn't have the -- the guts to face it because you were so good to me. I loved being with you, and when you came to me, when you -- when you turned to me and you depended on me, it gave me purpose. I -- I thought I was taking care of you, when, in fact, you were fixing me. And maybe I -- maybe, you know, I didn't -- I don't know. Maybe -- maybe I was just sensing that, you know, another breakdown was coming, and if you were with me, because of your kindness and who you are, that it wouldn't happen. You never gave up on me. You showed me that I could get help. And, in actuality, you might've saved my life. But I -- I gave nothing in return.

Emily: You tell me that you loved me, that I made you well, maybe even saved your life, while you're telling me to leave? How can you do this after everything we've been through? After the promises and alienating Jason because he wanted us apart? How can you possibly make a decision like this? I didn't fight to get you well so that you could end it.

Sonny: I've -- I've spent our whole relationship afraid that you were going to see who I really was.

Emily: Oh, give me some credit, Sonny. I know who you are, and I know you're going to be a better version of that man because you're finally getting treatment.

Sonny: This is something you don't know, Emily, and I don't care how much treatment and medication I get the rest of my life. I am ruthless. And I can be cruel, and I -- I choose to live under my own laws. And sometimes I have killed to get what I want. That's who I am. That's what my soul looks like. And that's why I can't be with you.

Carly: Jason and I are in the middle of a very important, personal conversation.

Jason: Bernie, it's fine. Carly was just starting to repeat herself.

Carly: Don't forget to call Sam.

Bernie: I'm sorry.

Jason: It's okay.

Bernie: I got a call from our contact in South America. He says that his people are tired of waiting and that they want to know what your plans are vis--vis their activities.

Jason: Okay, just tell him I'm going to fly down there for a meeting with all of them next month.

Bernie: No. Sorry.

Jason: What are you -- what? Say it.

Bernie: They want a meeting on Friday, and I'm afraid that if you refuse, there's going to be retaliation.

Emily: You're saying those things to drive me away.

Sonny: I said it because it's true, Emily.

Emily: Don't tell me I don't know you.

Sonny: You know what I let you see, what I hoped that I could be for you. I can never really make you happy. All I want for you is to be happy.

Emily: You know, I think I felt this coming when you sent me away.

Sonny: No, I was trying to protect you. I really was.

Emily: You can tell yourself whatever you want, Sonny. But it was so that I wouldn't see you at what you imagined was your worst. I won't fight you, certainly won't beg. That would make me like every other woman you've ever known.

Sonny: You're not like any other woman. You're truly an angel.

Emily: If you believe that, Sonny, then we really don't stand a chance.

Sonny: If you hate me and blame me, you know, you have every right.

Emily: I could never hate you, Sonny. You gave me a wonderful gift. You reminded me of how strong I could be. You helped me to heal from something terrible, Sonny. And now I guess it's your turn.

Sonny: I'm going to try to be as strong as you were.

Emily: I knew that getting you help might change you. I'd hoped that we could change together. But it'll all be worth it in the end if you're well.

Sonny: If you can walk out of here with something worthwhile, it makes it easier to let go.

Emily: How ironic, isn't it? After how hard we fought to be together, we get to the same place after all. I'm going to send for my things. I can't bear the idea of packing right now.

Sonny: You be happy. Be a brilliant doctor, a wonderful woman, a lucky man's best friend, and an angel. All right? You be what you already are, and you make me sorry that I asked you to leave. Okay?

Georgie: Hey.

Nikolas: Hi.

Georgie: Do you know what you want?

Nikolas: I'm just here to meet with my brother. Thanks, though.

Georgie: Okay.

Lucky: Hey, what's the emergency?

Nikolas: Georgie's taking orders if you want anything.

Lucky: Coffee to go, please.

Nikolas: Yeah, I guess make that two.

Georgie: Okay.

Lucky: What's going on?

Nikolas: Well, Elizabeth came to see me tonight --

Lucky: You know what? I don't need this.

Nikolas: Sit down, Lucky. Sit down. Talk to me.

Lucky: You know what? It's my marriage. It's my wife and she had no right.

Nikolas: Elizabeth didn't do anything wrong, Lucky. She's just worried about you.

Lucky: Except make false accusations. She's trying to make this my fault.

Nikolas: She's trying to make what your fault?

Lucky: What? Our problems, which only come from her flirting with another man. Don't look at me like that. I'm telling you the truth. Every time I turn around, she's with Patrick Drake. I don't suppose she offered that information when she was trash-talking me.

Nikolas: So are you saying that you're not taking pain medication?

Lucky: I broke my back. I'd like to see you handle pain like that. Nikolas, I am not addicted. I'm just trying to keep working.

Nikolas: Okay, okay, if it's just for pain, then there truly is no problem. Then I don't understand why you lied about it.

Lucky: I'm trying to avoid a situation just like this! My wife, my brother talking behind my back about how I'm failing her yet again.

Nikolas: No, that's crazy. She didn't say anything like that.

Lucky: Then why did she lie? You know what? I want you to ask that next time she comes to you. You ask her why she lies about spending her time with Patrick Drake.

Nikolas: You know, I never would've believed it.

Lucky: Why? Because she's perfect?

Nikolas: Not her, Lucky, you. You're trying so hard to deny this, it's making it even more clear to me. You're addicted to something and you need to tell me what it is.

Lucky: Why don't you ever stand up for me just once!

Carly: What the hell are you doing?

Georgie: Is everyone okay?

Nikolas: Everything's fine, just fine.

Lucky: I'm sorry. I was -- I was out of line.

Nikolas: We're okay. Right, brother?

Lucky: We'll be fine. We'll be fine. Thank you. You ticked me off.

Nikolas: Well, I'm worried about you. I suppose that's worth getting shoved around a little bit.

Lucky: The pills are for my back. I am not addicted.

Nikolas: Then why did you lie about it?

Lucky: Because I'm trying to avoid a fight with Elizabeth. That's all we seem to be doing these days.

Nikolas: Well, if you don't want to lose Elizabeth, I suggest you start getting real honest about what's going on.

Lucky: My problems with Elizabeth have nothing to do with pain medication. I appreciate your advice, but it can't help us. Elizabeth and I are the only ones who can save our marriage.

Edward: Hello? Where is everyone? Does anyone care that I was nearly killed in a collision tonight? An old man with a weak heart and --

Emily: Hello, Grandfather.

Edward: Emily, what a lovely surprise. You haven't -- you haven't visited here in a long time.

Emily: I know. I'm sorry. I was hoping that it could be more than just a visit. I'd like to move home.

Edward: Oh -- well, you're always welcome here, dear. Of course, heaven knows what the rest of the family will say, but it's none of their business. But I want you to tell me something. Did that cretin hurt you?

Emily: No, Grandfather, other than a broken heart.

Edward: Oh. You cannot know how relieved I am that you have finally come to your senses and you have left that animal.

Emily: Can we agree on something, please? I know that you have no affection for Sonny.

Edward: Hmm. Truth be told, I detest that man. You know something? He tried to come after me physically after Justus was murdered. Me.

Emily: Sonny wasn't well.

Edward: You're the mistress of understatement.

Emily: Please, Grandfather, I want to come home. But if you insist on attacking Sonny, I'm going to be forced to defend him.

Edward: Well, as long as you are here and safe, I'll agree to anything. And listen, don't worry about the rest of the family. Now, the only one who may give you a bad time would be Tracy. But God knows we've forgiven her for much more than her bad taste in men.

Emily: I love you, Grandfather.

Edward: Oh, and I love you, dear. Oh, I do. And listen, I have to go tell Cook and Alice that we have something very special to celebrate tonight. I'm so glad you're back. Ooh.

Jason: You wanted to see me?

Sonny: You want some? Lainey says I shouldn't drink because, you know, medication messes with it. But it just seems like a fine idea. You're not going to stop me?

Jason: It's your life, your choice. Do what you want.

Sonny: Right. Tonight I -- I let go of Emily.

Elizabeth: I'm glad you're home.

Lucky: I shouldn't have ran out on you before. It's just I can't take it anymore, Elizabeth. I'm just -- I'm trying so hard to get back on my feet again. To have you think that I'm stealing pills to feed an addiction is a little hard to handle.

Elizabeth: I'm just worried about you.

Lucky: That's what Nikolas said.

Elizabeth: He spoke with you?

Lucky: It's not enough to have you think that I'm an addict, but for you to share this with my brother --

Elizabeth: I told him what I told you, that I thought you'd become dependent and you don't even know it.

Lucky: Yeah, well, I should've offered him one of those pills because I lost my cool, and I pushed him to the ground, and I cut his --

Elizabeth: Lucky, doesn't that tell you? You have a problem.

Georgie: Hey.

Maxie: Hey. Pretty slow night.

Georgie: Oh, no way. You missed all the excitement earlier. Nikolas and Lucky got into it and Nikolas busted his lip open.

Maxie: Is Lucky okay?

Georgie: No, it was Nikolas that had the split lip.

Maxie: Well, he must've said something to Lucky for him to react that way. Doesn't he know how much stress his brother's under?

Georgie: What are you -- what are you talking about? It was Nikolas that had his baby kept from him and he went through all that drama. That must've been stressful. And Lucky's a super cop. Didn't you see the paper the other day?

Maxie: Don't you get all the pressure that that puts on him? Lucky feels like he has to solve every case and bust every bad guy just to deserve the promotion and all the attention he's getting. And he's not getting any support from Elizabeth. She's just constantly making him feel inadequate and flirting with Patrick Drake. It's disgusting.

Georgie: How do you know all this?

Maxie: I just know. Lucky confides in me.

Georgie: So Lucky's involving you in his business and -- come on, Maxie, I thought you were over this crush you had on him.

Maxie: It's far from a crush.

Georgie: Oh. Maxie, please tell me Lucky is not the married man you're dating.

Colleen: I think your Aunt Elizabeth liked me, John. Wouldn't that be nice? The more I win over Nikolas' family, the better for everyone.

Nikolas: Hello.

Colleen: You okay?

Nikolas: My brother took issue with a suggestion I made.

Colleen: My older brothers fought sometimes. I used to nurse their wounds when they were done, but I could never really bear to watch two men that I love trying so hard to punish each other. Does that hurt?

Nikolas: I'll live. Thank you.

Colleen: You better. John will never forgive you if you don't take care of yourself.

Emily: Hi. Thanks for coming.

Carly: F.Y.I., I don't respond well to being summoned, especially to this house. But I thought you might have something interesting to say about Sonny and you didn't want him to overhear it.

Emily: I did want to talk about Sonny, and there is no worry that he'll overhear anything I have to say. I moved back here. Sonny and I broke up.

Carly: I'm sorry.

Emily: Careful, Carly, I might actually believe you.

Carly: Yeah, I objected to your relationship, but that's because I wanted to keep the peace between Sonny and Jason. And I knew that Sonny would eventually have another breakdown, Emily.

Emily: So you were right about everything?

Carly: No, not everything. You were a lot stronger than I ever imagined. And you were amazing when you got Sonny diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and into therapy. But here's the thing I don't get. After everything you went through and all you gave up for Sonny, why are you giving up on him now?

Jason: Is Emily okay?

Sonny: Yeah, I think so. She's deeply hurt, a little more than angry. My problems are a lot more than Emily could bargain for. She's better off away from me.

Jason: It's never easy to give up someone you love.

Sonny: Well, nothing about love is easy, but this -- this feels right. I think Emily will have the life she deserves. And you guys -- hey, you know what? You guys can find your way back. She loves you so much.

Jason: Don't worry about us. You got enough to deal with.

Sonny: Even though I believe your reasons were wrong, I should've listened to you about Emily. It would've saved us all a lot of heartache.

Jason: It wasn't -- it wasn't my call. And in the end, I'm glad that you guys were together. She got you the help I should've gotten you years ago.

Lucky: My biggest problem is that you don't believe in me.

Elizabeth: What? How can you say that?

Lucky: Well, why else would you go to my brother?

Elizabeth: Cause you walked out on me. And if Nikolas can get through to you, then that's great. I don't care if you're mad at me, but I'm not going to stand here and act like you're not lying to me.

Lucky: My only problem is that I'm in chronic back pain. Without those pain pills I'll get put on disability or I'll get transferred to a desk job, and I'm not going to let that happen again.

Elizabeth: I sure wish you had told me you're still on this medication. I mean, it explains so much.

Lucky: Kind of like I screwed up that Manny Ruiz case?

Elizabeth: Baby, I don't care about that.

Lucky: I'm sorry I worried you. But I'm not an addict. I'm just a cop with a bad back.

Elizabeth: Okay. So we're going to get you treatment, all right? We'll get you treatment. We'll go see another doctor.

Lucky: Whoever you want me to see.

Elizabeth: We'll figure this out, okay?

Lucky: I know.

Georgie: Please tell me that you would never be with Lucky Spencer, that that is completely unthinkable and ridiculous.

Maxie: Lucky cares about me. We've been together.

Georgie: You're sleeping with a married man.

Maxie: Look, we've become close. It just happened.

Georgie: Something like that does not just happen. Maxie, you were at Lucky and Elizabeth's wedding. We're like family, practically cousins.

Maxie: We are not related.

Georgie: So what do you think is going to happen now? Lucky's going to just leave Elizabeth for you?

Maxie: Who knows?

Georgie: This is wrong on so many levels, and I hope you know that when you get hurt -- and you will -- you brought it on yourself.

Maxie: Lucky is all I care about, and he needs me. That's the first time in my life that has ever happened, and I'm not willing to give him up.

Carly: Look, I know that I've been spending a lot of time at Sonny's, and I know that must be really annoying, but I wasn't trying to break you guys up. I am truly only interested in supporting his recovery, and that's all.

Emily: You didn't break us up, Carly. Sonny and I decided that we don't have a future together.

Carly: I'm really sorry. I know how it feels to lose Sonny.

Emily: That's why I wanted to see you. You and Sonny are always going to be connected by your children. You're a constant in his life, and I'm praying that you'll use that influence to make sure that he stays in therapy. Sonny needs to stay on his medication, Carly. Please don't let him give up on treatment. He deserves a happy life, and he can have that, if you're willing to help him.

Sonny: Don't tell me you're apologizing for not getting me to a shrink in time.

Jason: I should've seen it, that's all.

Sonny: I didn't want to go to a doctor. I wanted a friend, that's what I got.

Jason: Oh, some friend, letting you suffer all that time.

Sonny: Look, you -- you were there. You didn't judge me, you protected me from the rest of the world. You cleaned up my messes in spite of everything. There is some good in my life, and, you know, you had a lot to do with that.

Jason: Okay, what about the bad, then?

Sonny: Well, don't blame yourself for something you couldn't have done. You know, I would've never thought in a million years that what was wrong with me had a name. It would've had to take me to crash like I did, to fall like I did to get help. And I'll tell you something else. If it wasn't for my kids, I wouldn't follow through.

Jason: But you are going to follow through?

Sonny: Yeah, I'm following through. I'm going to therapy and -- it's forcing me to ask a lot of questions that I don't want to answer. Like what -- you know, what effect the medication's going to have on me long term?

Jason: I'll help any way I can. You know that.

Sonny: Yeah. You're going to have to run the business indefinitely because I don't -- I don't know if I'll be able to handle that kind of pressure again.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Maxie: I got you some more in case you need them.

Elizabeth: Lucky knows you killed Manny.

Alexis: Since you began this job, things have been disappearing.

Robin: Patrick was exposed to the blood of an AIDS patient.

April: I'm sorry.

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