General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 8/9/06
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Proofread by Amelia
Robin: I'm sorry, Mr. Alcazar, I can't help you.
Lorenzo: I have a right to know the medical status of my baby and the mother.
Robin: And Skye has the right to doctor/patient confidentiality. I cannot give you any information until she signs a release.
Lorenzo: Really? Is that hospital policy, or are you just doing your father's bidding?
Robin: Excuse me?
Lorenzo: Your father, Robert Scorpio, the man who smuggled Skye and my unborn child out of town.
Robin: Right. I have to do rounds. If you have a problem, why don't you take it up with the chief of staff.
Lorenzo: Are you here to bare your soul to your shrink?
Sonny: Trying to get the hospital staff to tell you where Skye disappeared to with your unborn child, the one she doesn't want you to see?
Lorenzo: That's a good one, Sonny. The meds must be working today.
Sonny: I'm sorry to disappoint you, but there's nothing wrong with me. You should know, since your attempt to make me look bad in front of the Rosales family failed.
Lorenzo: So you were able to bluff your way through one meeting. All the families know that you are as fragile as an egg, and with the right pressure, Sonny, you will crack at any second.
Carly: No. I was just afraid that Sonny might use the heat wave as an excuse to not go to therapy, but I'm glad to hear that he went. That's great. Yes, Max, I'm drinking plenty of water. Thanks for caring. Okay, we'll catch up soon. Bye.
Carly: If you're not here to fix the air conditioner, we're closed.
Jane: It's nearly as hot in Port Charles as it is in Africa.
Carly: Jane. What brings you here?
Jane: I need you to save Jax.
Robin: Hey. I've been looking all over for you.
Patrick: If this is about the Taylor case, I'm not interested.
Robin: It's not about that. I was just wondering if you wanted to have dinner with me at my place tonight.
Lucky: I'm sorry. I should've called.
Elizabeth: Why didn't you?
Lucky: I was on a stakeout all night. The one moment that I had to call was late, and I didn't want to wake you or Cam and --
Elizabeth: You're such a liar.
Elizabeth: You were staked out, all right -- in bed with Maxie.
Georgie: Maxie -- where we you last night?
Maxie: Why is that any of your business?
Georgie: Because I'm the one that has to cover your butt with Mac. Maxie, I don't appreciate being blindsided. A phone call would've been nice.
Maxie: I'm sorry. What did you say to him?
Georgie: That you were with some friend whose name I couldn't remember.
Maxie: That was a good one. I really owe you.
Georgie: Maxie -- where were you? Mac's worried sick about you, and so am I.
Maxie: There's no reason to be worried. I was perfectly safe.
Georgie: With Lucky. Maxie, that's far from safe. He's a married man.
Mae: Elizabeth doesn't care about Lucky or understand him like I do. And please do not start with the doom-and-gloom warnings, okay? I'm not about to give him up.
Lucky: In bed with Maxie? Where would you get such a crazy idea?
Elizabeth: Oh, Carly.
Lucky: You got to be kidding me. When would you believe Carly about anything?
Elizabeth: You know, you're right. And at first, I didn't want to. In fact, I even defended you, and I accused her of trying to undermine our marriage. And I told her how well I knew you and that you would never cheat on me.
Lucky: Good for you.
Elizabeth: So you didn't sleep with Maxie last night?
Lucky: Of course not. I was on a stakeout all night.
Elizabeth: I saw you, and so did Carly. Apparently, you and Maxie were so hot for each other you couldn't bother to close the door.
Lucky: Okay, you -- you saw us?
Elizabeth: Yeah, I did. And it didn't really look like the first time you guys had been together. Why would you do this to me?
Lucky: How could you expect me to do anything else?
Patrick: I'm busy tonight, but I'll take a rain check.
Robin: Actually, you're not. I checked your schedule and you have nothing pressing for the rest of the day and no surgeries until after tomorrow. Oh, and the rain check isn't possible -- at least not at my nice, peaceful apartment.
Patrick: Why is that?
Robin: I'm moving in with Kelly and Lainey, remember?
Patrick: I wasn't aware you made that decision.
Robin: Yeah, well, they caught me at a weak moment. So what do you say? Will you take advantage of the privacy while we still have it?
Patrick: Okay. When do you want me?
Robin: Almost always.
Patrick: Cute. What time?
Robin: An hour, okay?
Carly: Oh, my God, what's going on? Is Jax in some kind of trouble?
Jane: The worst kind.
Carly: What did Jerry get him involved in this time? I mean, was he taken by some hostile tribe, some hostile government?
Jane: Jerry? Who knows?
Carly: I thought Jerry was the whole point. You and Jax were going to go rescue Jerry from some jungle.
Jane: Oh, well, that's my oldest son for you. It's the jungle or it's the mountains, and it's probably a whole new peril by now, but that's not the son I'm worried about.
Carly: Okay. I'm listening.
Jane: Jax has taken up with this woman.
Carly: I'm sorry. Uh -- let me get this straight. You -- you came all the way from Africa to tell me Jax is having sex with another woman?
Jane: She's dreadful. She is a ruthless gold digger. She's got him carousing all around Cairo, out every night, drinking far more than he usually does, taking advantage of his vulnerability for her own nefarious purposes, and I'm not exaggerating one bit. I mean, she's a predator who means Jax no good. She just wants to isolate him from everyone so she can have a straight line to his bank account. Oh, I wouldn't put it past her to plan on drugging him into some quickie wedding under the shadow of the sphinx or something. You know, I am truly at my wit's end.
Carly: You know what? If Jax is so stupid that he didn't see this coming, he deserves whatever he gets.
Jane: Oh, now, Jax is not thinking clearly, and my influence is -- is tenuous at best. He needs the kind of help that he can only accept from you, if you're just willing to show up.
Carly: What am I supposed to say? I just happened to be taking in the pyramids? And why do you think Jax even wants me there? He left me, remember? He left me. And I thought we were special.
Jane: Oh, you were.
Carly: Obviously not. Okay? Jax has been gone for weeks and all I got was some stupid post card. I mean, why did he even bother?
Jane: Well, it -- it's the thought that counts.
Carly: You sent the post card. You know what? It doesn't even matter. It doesn't matter because I have more important things to do.
Sonny: Well, it looks to me like you're the one who's slipping away.
Lorenzo: Hmm. Well, that's an interesting conclusion. How would that work?
Sonny: Well, see, you used to know that by calling me out in public, it gets -- you know, it gets me angry. And when I get angry, it ain't pretty. Unless you -- you want to instigate? Is that what you're doing? You want to rattle my cage so much that I lose it, so people think that I'm a lunatic and put me away?
Lorenzo: You know what? I don't have to do anything. You put your instability on display for the entire world to see. Going after your right-hand man's much younger sister, then provoking a war with him that you had no chance of winning, and then spinning out of control so badly that professionals had to be called in? Let me ask you a question -- how high a dosage of meds did they have you on, anyway? Hmm? Nobody has to put the time or trouble into destroying you, Sonny. All we have to do is sit back and wait for your next derailment and watch you destroy yourself.
Gwen: There's my favorite brain surgeon.
Patrick: Gwen. What are you doing here?
Gwen: Monica Quartermaine wanted my input on a case, and, of course, I'll take any excuse to see you. You've been MIA for weeks. What's going on?
Patrick: Well, you know how it is. You get busy.
Gwen: Well, I think it's time we caught up. I'll tell you what -- I am going to let you take me to dinner, and dessert is on me.
Patrick: I had an accident in the O.R. I've been exposed to end-stage AIDS.
Gwen: Oh, my gosh. That's -- um -- well, you must -- wow, I totally understand about dinner. Don't -- um -- don't give it a second thought.
Gwen: Patrick, there's so many advances in HIV I'm sure you'll be fine.
Patrick: I know.
Gwen: See you later, okay?
Georgie: I know why you're doing this. You've been making horrible choices since Jesse died.
Maxie: I've been making horrible choices my whole life, but Lucky is not one of them. He's the first good thing I've done for myself in a long time.
Georgie: Maxie, do you hear yourself? The guy is married.
Maxie: So were you and Dillon. How's that working out for you?
Georgie: Quite well, actually. We made up because we love each other, just like Lucky and Elizabeth.
Maxie: Love doesn't always last, especially when a better fit comes along.
Georgie: And you think that's you? Come on, Maxie, get sane. Lucky's not going to leave Elizabeth for you. You better come out of your delirium and stop this disaster before you get seriously hurt.
Elizabeth: I'm sorry, could you run that by me again? How could I expect you not to sleep with another woman? Maybe because you promised before God and all of our family and friends that you wouldn't?
Lucky: What about your vows, Elizabeth? What about them?
Elizabeth: What about my vows? I haven't broken any.
Lucky: You know in your heart, you don't want me. Maxie does, that's why I slept with her.
Elizabeth: Oh, God.
Lucky: You know what? It's not fun. It's not fun being the big mistake around here.
Elizabeth: Where is this coming from?
Lucky: It's honesty! You should try it. You should start by admitting you can't get Patrick out of your mind.
Elizabeth: Oh, God, don't use your irrational jealousy to excuse what you did.
Elizabeth: Lucky, I don't even -- I don't even know you anymore. Because the man I married would never have cheated on me and then turn around and try to make it my fault.
Lucky: You know what you need? You need that guy who's bigger than life, and we both know that it's not me. You know the one -- one shining moment in my life when I was the hero? It turned out to be a mistaken identity. Then there's Patrick.
Elizabeth: Okay, I am not --
Lucky: There's Patrick!
Elizabeth: I am not going to stand here and let you wallow in your self pity over something that only exists in your head. I didn't make you spit on our wedding vows. You chose to. And if Maxie is such a perfect match for you, then I am happy to get out of your way.
Lucky: God, I bet you are! You finally got the excuse you needed to go run into Patrick's arms, not that you needed one -- you probably already slept with him all over the hospital! Huh? Yeah!
Elizabeth: Are you looking for these? Why don't you take them? You probably love them more than your wife or your mistress.
Sonny: You seem awfully anxious to have me break down again. Maybe you're the one who's under pressure. You making a lot of promises you can't keep, Alcazar? Like telling the Rosales family that he could run his shipments through Port Charles? You thought I'd be out of commission, that I'd be climbing the walls at Shadybrook or something. But I'm still standing, and Jason stands with me. There's no way in hell we're going to let you take over this town. You're sweating bullets that Rosales will cut you out, spread the word you're ineffectual -- that's a lot of stress. I don't know if you know this or not, but stress is the number one killer among men our age, and it seems like you're not sleeping very well. You're probably staying up late trying to figure out where Skye disappeared to with your unborn child. And let me tell you something else about stress. It makes you careless. It really does mess with you. Maybe that's why you don't have any guards with you right now, or maybe you're just getting cocky. Because if that's the case, I'm going to give you some advice. You better be careful, and you better be prepared for the unexpected.
Lorenzo: Why don't you go get your head shrunk. A good session might actually bring it down to size.
Sonny: You know what? I can ask Lainey to help you out a little bit in some areas that you need there, you know? It'd be nice for you.
Lainey: Impressive. Now, let's see how much of that cool confidence was real.
Jane: You're right. I sent the post card. I was trying to keep Jax in your thoughts.
Carly: "The African savannas are breathtaking, hope you're well"? Not exactly poetic.
Jane: Well, if I'd gone overboard, you would've seen right through it. I simply wanted to keep hope alive.
Carly: Hope went out the door the night Jax left without saying goodbye. And why should I keep hope alive? Why should I keep Jax in my thoughts? I'm obviously not in his.
Jane: Oh, no. If you got that impression, I totally misspoke. I saw Jax dial your number a hundred times if I saw it once.
Carly: Yeah, well, you know what? I didn't get the call.
Jane: Well, he always hangs up before the call goes through.
Carly: "Almost" doesn't count.
Jane: Oh, now, look, I am not defending Jax. I know he made a mess of things, but he loves you dearly, and I'm desperately hoping you love him enough to make the first move. Oh, come back to Cairo with me.
Carly: Jax walked out on me. He can be the one to crawl back.
Jane: What is more important -- being with the man you love, or being alone, pride intact?
Carly: When you say it like that, there's only one answer -- pride intact.
Carly: What? You're surprised by my answer, but you don't know my life. I have spent more years than I care to remember clawing for my husband's love. I have twisted myself in knots, turned myself inside and out, to be who Sonny wanted me to be at any given moment. And then when I got it right, I had to scramble to try and hide everything I did to pull it off, because even though I did it out of love, Sonny would see it as some form of a betrayal. I have been through hell and back, Jane. But I finally know who I am, I know what I want, and I am not going to fall back into some self-destructive pattern or change the core of who I am for any man, including Jax.
Jane: Well, you are making a lot of assumptions. Now, I have no knowledge of your relationship with Sonny, but I do know my own son. Now, answer me this. When Jax left, did he try to turn it on you and make you believe it was something lacking in you?
Jane: Well, did he try to change you? Did he bully you? Did he make you feel like you were to tie yourself up in knots?
Carly: No, okay? Of course he didn't, and you know that.
Jane: Well, did he make you feel like you had to lie to him in order to deserve a place in his life?
Carly: No, Jane, but that's the point. Jax and I were awesome together -- or so I thought.
Jane: I saw it with my own eyes. You two were a perfect match. Now, you know Jax as well as I do. He is far too proud a man to admit he's floundering, but his actions constitute a cry for help. Why won't you answer? What are you afraid of?
Sonny: You heard what I said to Alcazar?
Lainey: I did.
Sonny: Yeah? What do you think?
Lainey: No. More importantly, how did it feel?
Sonny: Well, it felt pretty good. I think I did all right, you know? I didn't want to rip his head off. It was fun, and I liked toying with him.
Lainey: So you've -- you've been taking your higher dose of meds?
Sonny: Right on time.
Lainey: Well, maybe it's starting to work.
Sonny: Maybe, or it could be just a cycle.
Lainey: Well, the goal here is to break that cycle permanently. In any case, you seem much calmer than you've been in weeks. I call that progress.
Sonny: Yeah, yeah. Thanks to you.
Lainey: You're the one who's been doing the work.
Sonny: With your help. I think we should keep going.
Lainey: I'm really glad to hear you say that.
Sonny: There's just one thing. Instead of, you know, doing it here, I'd like you to come to my house.
Lainey: That's a really bad idea.
Lainey: Well, part of the point is to get you out of your comfort zone and into a neutral territory so that it's easier for you to open up. And coming here helps you keep making the commitment.
Sonny: Well, yeah, I -- I appreciate that, I'm sure it works for a lot of people, but a lot of people aren't in my line of work.
Lainey: And neither are you.
Sonny: No, but I will be because it's pretty much all I know how to do. See, you got to understand something. If my business associates perceive me as weak or vulnerable, it's not a good thing. And coming here does two things -- it makes me look weak and it pinpoints where I'm at three times a week. In the beginning, you just come to my house, right, to visit. I'm not -- look, I'm trying -- I just broke up with Emily, and it's not like that at all. So how -- like, how would you feel about casual dating?
Maxie: You were really great last night.
Elizabeth: Excuse me?
Maxie: Yeah, at Lulu's party -- inviting Patrick to stay, making such a fuss over him. You know, he's still on the floor somewhere if you want to "run into him."
Elizabeth: Oh. You lying, manipulative bitch.
Maxie: What's the matter, Elizabeth? Did I hit a sore spot? Maybe I got too close to the truth -- that you've been cheating on Lucky with Patrick for months. You know, you've got no moral ground to stand on. Why shouldn't Lucky get what he needs from someone who's not constantly looking over his shoulder at another man? All I did was give your husband the attention you've been too busy giving Patrick.
Elizabeth: You don't know anything --
Maxie: Don't touch me.
Patrick: Hey, hey, hey, hey, ladies, hey. What the hell is going on?
Sonny: Okay, you have to understand. Believe me, the last thing I want to do is get involved with anyone. But I'm just thinking, you know, we take it slow, right? We sneak you in for a few sessions until we've been out in public, and then --
Lainey: Hold on, Sonny. I'm not going to pretend to date you.
Sonny: No, I will -- I will pay you double. It's just a cover. It's nothing physical, I told you that.
Lainey: But listen to me, you're -- no, you're not hearing me. I don't date my patients, and I don't pretend to date them for purposes of covert therapy. I -- I sympathize with the demands of your business, but you have to be the one to accommodate the work you do with me, not the other way around.
Sonny: Well, you know, then we're going to have what we call in my business "a situation" because, see, I can't afford to look anything but strong and in control.
Lainey: Look, I -- I can't speak to the rules of your world, only the reality of mine, and therapy happens within these four walls, no matter who the patient is or what his occupation. But if you use my refusal as an excuse to go off your meds or to stop coming, you will have another breakdown, and next time you could take somebody you love down with you.
Carly: Okay, you want to know what I'm afraid of? I'm afraid you're wrong. I'm afraid Jax has moved on, because what I thought we had wasn't his reality at all. I'm afraid of getting hurt because I don't handle that so well.
Jane: That strength, that glint in your eye -- that's what makes you so good for Jax. You are a woman who can keep up with him and watch his back at the same time, and he would never resent you for trying to protect him because he'd know you were doing it out of love. Jax is not Sonny. Jax believes a woman's place is at his side.
Carly: And that sounds great coming from you. It's not coming from Jax. Matter of fact, I haven't heard anything from Jax. He snuck away in the middle of the night without even saying goodbye to me. And you know what? I could probably handle that if it were just me, but I have children. And I'm not going to let them be jerked around by my erratic love life, because I need man who is stable, dependable, and -- call me crazy, but -- around.
Jane: Well, you do know that Jax is crazy about your two boys. Why don't you bring them along?
Carly: Bring them to Africa?
Jane: Why not? Africa's a fascinating place for young, inquiring minds, and Jax would love to show them and show you.
Carly: Using my boys? That's low, Jane.
Jane: You and I are alike, Carly. Strong, sometimes difficult women with special needs for our men, and I was lucky enough to find mine early, and I spent most of my life with him. John's gone now, rest his soul, and I'm never going to have another love like that, but I so hoped for that same experience for my sons -- though I've given up on Jerry. He can't stay in one place long enough to sustain a friendship, let alone anything else, but there's still hope for Jax. Now, he's made a lot of mistakes, others before and after Courtney's death -- most particularly, the decision to claim Courtney's child with Nikolas as his own. But you were not a mistake. You were a blessing. He had a future with you, and it was because of -- of that strength and clarity of your relationship that he was able to admit the truth and give the baby back to its rightful father. I believe it's because what he thought he had with you was enough.
Carly: That's not the message he sent.
Jane: I watched my son lose at love over and over again, and from my perspective, I believe it's because not one woman loved him enough to fight for him. And I thought you were different. I thought that you were incapable of giving up on love. Well, apparently, I was wrong, and I'm sorry I wasted your time.
Carly: Hey, can you get me flight information to Cairo?
Patrick: Hey --
Elizabeth: Listen, you little skank. You go anywhere near my husband and I'm going to make sure this entire town knows what a tramp the police commissioner raised. Oh, by the way, does your daddy know you're sleeping with one of his married detectives?
Maxie: You can tell whoever you want. I'll get my satisfaction from everyone knowing what a hypocrite you are.
Elizabeth: Oh, really?
Patrick: Did I just hear that correctly? Is Maxie sleeping --
Elizabeth: Sleeping with my husband? Yes.
Patrick: I'm sorry.
Elizabeth: You don't even look surprised. Do you know something? What -- you may as well just tell me. It can't get much worse than this.
Patrick: I saw Maxie and Lucky on the docks one night. They looked comfortable. Look, I'm sorry I didn't say anything -- I should've -- but I usually make it a practice not to get involved, and I didn't want to hurt you.
Elizabeth: Oh. Wow. I wish my husband felt the same way.
Patrick: I'm sorry.
Patrick: This is not your fault. Tell me you're not blaming yourself.
Elizabeth: He would've never slept with her if it hadn't been for those pills.
Patrick: You're probably right.
Elizabeth: If I had confronted him earlier, I wouldn't have the shock of my life. I walked in and saw my husband having sex with a girl who's barely legal.
Patrick: What are you going to do?
Elizabeth: I don't know.
Patrick: Well, if you need anything -- help moving out, anything -- I can --
Elizabeth: No. No, that's too easy. It -- it'll seem like I'm giving up without a fight. I'm not in denial and I'm not defending Lucky, but he has been through hell and she totally took advantage of him. He loves me, I know he does. So I -- I owe it to us to try and fix this.
Patrick: Well, if that's your decision, I will support you.
Elizabeth: I just need to calm down. I just need to -- I need to calm down. I'm going to confront him, and we'll work through this. We'll work through this.
Sonny: You like that, don't you?
Michael: Hey, Dad, you missed it. The lights went off for, like, 10 seconds -- we counted.
Carly: Oh, yeah.
Sonny: Yeah, I'm sure. What's up?
Carly: Uh -- not too much. We just dug out some candles and flashlights. You know, you better be careful not to get stranded out here in case there's a blackout.
Sonny: Yeah, I'll keep that in mind.
Michael: Hey, Dad, how are you?
Sonny: I'm better. Yeah, I know I haven't been around much lately, but that's going to change. You know why?
Sonny: Next week, I'm taking you on a boat ride.
Michael: Can't it wait 'til we get back?
Sonny: What do you got to do, go to summer camp or something?
Michael: We're going to Africa.
Carly: Well, not the elephants and lions. The -- the city, the pyramids. That kind of thing.
Michael: It's a rescue mission. We're going to save Jax.
Maxie: Lucky, I got your message.
Lucky: Elizabeth saw us.
Maxie: Elizabeth knows.
Lucky: What, she confronted you?
Maxie: Yeah. It was awful. She said some horrible things, but who is she to be so self-righteous, anyway?
Lucky: I should care more, you know, do something, but I just can't even think.
Maxie: Well -- hey, my connection goes through the south side of the park about now. I mean, if I hurry, I could catch him.
Lucky: Would you?
Maxie: You know I would. I'd do anything to make you feel better.
Lucky: I -- I probably owe you some money.
Maxie: No, Lucky, don't worry about it. Let me take care of you, okay? I'll -- I'll meet you at your apartment later.
Lucky: Well, why not here?
Maxie: It -- it's hot outside, and your apartment's closer to the park. I don't want to be caught with anything on me. Besides, it's not like Elizabeth is going to be there. She's at work, and the last I saw, she was with Patrick.
Lucky: Yeah, I know. I was stupid enough to go by there and try to talk to her, but Elizabeth -- she didn't waste any time. She already found her way into Patrick's arms. You know what? Fine. I want you to meet me at my place, okay?
Maxie: Hi. I'd like to leave a message for Nurse Spencer? Yeah, I'm her neighbor, and I heard some strange noises coming from her apartment. I just thought she should know. Great. Thanks.
[Knock on door]
Robin: Well, hello.
Patrick: Hey. I'm sorry, I got caught up at the hospital.
Robin: It's okay. You're here and that's all that matters.
Patrick: Nice table.
Robin: Thank you. I'm glad you like it. And listen.
Patrick: I don't hear anything.
Robin: Exactly. That's all going to change with an apartment on second street and two noisy roommates.
Patrick: I'm sensing a little ambivalence about the move.
Robin: Well, it seemed like a good idea at the time. I mean, I thought you and I were done, and I thought a change of scenery and vibe would be a good thing. Now I'm kicking myself just a little bit.
Patrick: Why don't you just tell them you don't want to go through with it?
Robin: It's a little too late for that. I already put in my share of first month and last month's rent. But I'm not moving yet, and while I'm here, I plan to savor every moment.
Robin: Hmm. Well, this is why God made candles.
Patrick: Wow. You're always prepared, aren't you?
Robin: Yep -- more than you give me credit for.
Patrick: I think maybe you should check your fuses or something.
Robin: I think maybe I should check your pulse. Is everything okay?
Patrick: I don't think we should do this.
Elizabeth: I let all the patients know they'd be fine if there was a blackout. Has my husband called?
Nurse: No, but there is a message from your neighbor.
Elizabeth: "Strange noises"?
Carly: Hey, you know what? Why don't you go upstairs and grab whatever toys you and Morgan might want to take with you, okay?
Michael: Um -- you're not going to fight, are you?
Carly: No. No, we're not going to fight. I just want to get out of here so we're not stranded here in case the power goes out.
Carly: Okay. Go ahead. Hurry up.
Sonny: What are you rescuing Jax from, himself?
Carly: I just said that to make it sound like fun for the boys, that's all.
Sonny: So where -- where is this coming from?
Carly: Jane showed up at my place and she said she needed my help. Jax has got himself caught up with some gold digger, and she wants me to make an appearance. Look, Morgan and Leticia are packing, and I just wanted to bring the boys by to pick up some toys and to say goodbye to you. That's -- that's what's going on.
Sonny: You know, knock yourself out rescuing, you know, candy boy. That's fine. But can you do me a favor? Just leave the kids with me?
Carly: You really think that's a good idea?
Sonny: You don't think it is? You think I'm not healthy enough to take care of the kids?
Lainey: May I help you?
Lorenzo: Yes. I'd like to make an appointment. I could use your help.
Patrick: I had an enlightening experience after you left. Do you remember Gwen from Mercy?
Robin: Of course.
Patrick: Well, I told her about my accident in the OR, and she couldn't run away fast enough, and she's an educated professional.
Robin: Unfortunately, prejudice and ignorance comes in all shapes and sizes.
Patrick: Or she's using reasonable caution. I'm on PEP Protocol. I tested HIV negative the first round. I'm not going to know for sure for the next six months if I'm in the clear.
Robin: Are you saying you're planning on being celibate for the next six months? I mean, have you ever gone six months without sex, let alone six days?
Patrick: I'm not going to sleep with you.
Robin: Whose HIV status are you afraid of? Yours or mine?
Patrick: It's not going to happen.
Lucky: Not here, not where I live with Elizabeth.
Maxie: You're right. We should probably go get a hotel room like Elizabeth and Patrick do.
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