GH Transcript Friday 8/25/06

General Hospital Transcript Friday 8/25/06


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Elizabeth: Lucky --

Patrick: Spencer, don't do it.

Patrick: You killed her.

Lucky: Elizabeth!

Elizabeth: What? What happened? Oh, God. Lucky, you're okay. You're okay, babe. It was just a dream.

Patrick: I call, you don't call me back. If I didn't know better, I'd say you were avoiding me.

Robin: I was doing my research.

Patrick: Well, forget the research. I'm operating on the Desmond kid this afternoon -- a real, living patient.

Robin: The A.V.M.?

Patrick: Yeah, and if you're nice to me, I'll let you play with my transcranial doppler.

Robin: I think I'll be busy.

Patrick: Seriously, I could use the consult.

Robin: I don't do those anymore.

Patrick: Right. Well, sorry for interrupting. I'll let you get back to your hiding place.

Sonny: Ric agreed to act as D.A. while Alexis goes through her cancer treatments. We both know he hates you.

Jason: Mm-hmm.

Sonny: He could use the office to come after you.

Jason: Let him try.

Sonny: I know -- I understand all that, but there's an easier way to shut Ric down. I'm just going to have to tell Alexis that he slept with Sam.

Alexis: This is for my beautiful girls. Hey, Moll, hey, Kristina. I wanted to make you this tape because I wouldn't be able to be there for you every day, and -- and I thought maybe if you wanted to see me or hear Mommy say how much she loves you, that all you had to do was just turn the tape on.

Kristina: I want to watch, too, Mommy.

Patrick: You're a gifted doctor. You have talents you don't even realize. Otherwise, I wouldn't invite you into my O.R.

Robin: Nice try. You don't want or need my expert medical opinion.

Patrick: Well, it's not for your perky personality.

Robin: Will you just stop? Stop pretending that if your surgery was a success, it would have anything to do with me? You're just trying to make me feel useful.

Patrick: Look, obviously, this thing with April is weighing on you more than you expected, but I'm giving you a chance to feel good about something. Just take it.

Robin: I'm fine. Patients die. That's part of the job, and believe it or not, I'm dealing with it in my own way.

Patrick: By hiding in the lab?

Robin: Yes, because that's where I make my best contribution.

Patrick: Where there's no live people? No patients to deal with?

Robin: Sometimes people just need to take a breather, Patrick.

Patrick: I understand that, Robin. But time is not going to change the fact that April died of AIDS and it forced you to look at your own mortality. You disappeared on me. Worse, you disappeared on the patients in the hospital.

Robin: Will you just let me deal with it in my own way? You cut open new people, I go to the lab.

Patrick: Ever since April's death, every time I pick up a scalpel, I think about her lying on the table about to die, about the choice that I had to make. Now, I made the choice to give her a fighting chance. That is the least that we can do for our patients.

Robin: You know what? Maybe after you've had H.I.V. for 10 years, then you can start giving me advice.

Elizabeth: Vivid dreams are a part of withdrawal. You want to talk about it?

Lucky: No. No, it's okay.

Elizabeth: You chose to do this without any professional help, without any professional guidance, just you and me, and all I know is stuff that I've learned off of the internet.

Lucky: You said there was -- there's nothing to know, except that my -- my body wants pills and I know that I can't have them.

Elizabeth: We're supposed to be in this together. I am fighting for our marriage, and more importantly, I am fighting for you. But you won't even open up to me. You can't even tell me why you wake up in the middle of the night screaming.

Lucky: I killed you. I killed you. I walked in on you and Patrick having sex right here. I shot you.

Elizabeth: Okay. Um -- well, you know dreams aren't literal. And there's one theory that every person in your dream actually represents you and the stuff that you're dealing with and, honey, you are dealing with an awful lot right now.

Lucky: It was about Maxie and what we were doing. I just don't know how you -- how you can forgive me or forgive what you saw us doing.

[Elizabeth sighs]

Elizabeth: Yeah, well, can we not talk about that right now? Okay, not while you're going through withdrawal? You're -- you're not even thinking straight. I don't want to talk about it.

Lucky: Well, I am thinking straight. I'm thinking straight enough to know that it's all on me. You didn't cheat on our marriage.

Sonny: I'm worried about controlling Ric while he's in the D.A.'s office. He's had a personal agenda against us for how long now, right? But Ric is Alexis' blind spot and she needs him more than ever. Can you believe she wants me to sign a paper that says if she dies, that I'm going to let him raise Kristina?

Jason: She can't think that you would agree to something like that.

Sonny: She doesn't want Molly and Kristina separated. No way in hell am I going to let Ric raise Kristina, but I'm going to have to tell Alexis something.

Jason: Okay, look, you know what? You got to do whatever you think is right for Kristina --

Sonny: Yeah.

Jason: But you do me a favor. If you're going to blow this thing wide open, just talk to Sam, okay? Because she does deserve to know that Alexis is going to find out the truth.

Alexis: Sweetie, honey, don't -- don't touch that --

Sam: Hey, hey, hey, Kristina, come here. Guess what -- you have so much stuff in your room to pick up, and you got to do it before we go to Mommy's doctor's appointment, so go ahead. There you go.

Alexis: Thanks for the save.

Sam: What's with the tape?

Alexis: I just wanted to leave Kristina and Molly something in case I can't be here, and -- uh -- it's just I can't do it because it's too much pressure because I -- I can't find the words. I don't think that there are any.

Sam: Look, I -- I think it's really wonderful that you want to leave them something to remember you by, but why are you acting like you're not going to beat this?

Alexis: Because I may not. I'm just being realistic. And I want them to remember me the way that I am now. I just can't seem to sum up a lifetime of what I want them to know on one stupid tape. I don't know what to say. I don't know what to say. What would you want to hear?

Sam: Me? Um -- that I mattered? I would want to hear that you still loved me even though I was far less than perfect. I would want to know that you fought really hard because you didn't want to leave me behind. And I wouldn't want to hear that everything was going to be okay, because how could it? And I would really want to know that you understood how painful it is to say goodbye. But that I would always feel you close because that's how strong your love was for me.

Robin: Let me tell you something, okay? You tested negative for H.I.V., you're on the P.E.P. Protocol, you may have very well dodged a huge bullet. So go ahead and celebrate. I mean, who can blame you? You had an awful scare and you had a glimpse of the other side. Now, that doesn't mean that you suddenly know it all, so don't give me St. Patrick with his pity and platitudes telling me how to live my life with a disease that I've had for more than 10 years.

Patrick: St. Patrick? Wow, that's a far cry from what you used to call me.

Robin: Well, congratulations. You've changed. Welcome to adulthood, Patrick.

Patrick: Okay. Well, since we're both adults in here, do you think we can find some sort of middle ground between my sainthood and your compulsive need to run and hide?

Robin: I'm not hiding, okay? I'm just -- I don't want to pretend anymore to be relentlessly cheerful and optimistic. I'm just -- I'm tired, okay? I'm tired of putting a positive spin on everything for everyone else -- for the patients and for you.

Patrick: Wow. That's unfortunate. I didn't realize it was spin, Robin. Silly me.

[Robin sighs]

Patrick: I thought you actually believed the things you said about not giving up.

Alexis: Hi. I'm Alexis Davis. I have surgery next Friday, and I'm here for a pre-op consultation.

Patrick: It's a basic presurgical consultation. We'll do an analysis for your treatment options.

Alexis: I thought Noah was doing the surgery.

Patrick: He is. I'm just going to help you through the initial consultation.

Alexis: Uh -- you know Sam --

Patrick: Yeah.

Sam: Hey.

Alexis: And this is also my daughter Kristina.

Patrick: Well, hello, Kristina. You sure you want her in for this? I'm going to need your full attention. It can be a little intimidating, if you know what I mean.

Alexis: Yeah.

Sam: Well, you know, Kristina is a little nervous. She doesn't know a lot about hospitals. She knows a little. She's had some band-AIDS and bruises and she knows you get stitches here, but that's about it.

Patrick: Well, I'll tell you what, Kristina. We're going to take the best medical care we have for your mom.

Kristina: Like what?

Patrick: Like what? Well, today we're just going to talk about a bunch of boring medical stuff, nothing exciting. I'll explain what the big words mean, which is fun for me, but you know what would be fun for you? They got a bunch of really cool rides set up at the pier. How does that sound?

Sam: I think that sounds pretty cool. Yeah? You want to go check it out?

Alexis: That's a great idea, and how about if I call you when I'm done, all right? Love you.

Sam: Okay. Let's get ice cream.

Patrick: Ahem. You're lucky to have a family that takes care of each other.

Sonny: I have to think about Kristina. But I want Alexis to open her eyes to see what kind of man she married. But I promise you I'll -- I'll, you know, I'll go to Sam first before I make any decisions.

Jason: Thank you.

Sonny: I mean, I want to help Alexis, but giving custody of Kristina to Ric -- it changes everything. I mean, how much, you know, can someone ask? I know she's got cancer and everything, but how much am I obligated to go?

[Phone rings]

Sonny: Oh, man. Hello?

Iris: Mr. Corinthos, this is Ms. Sneed with General Hospital. I'm calling with regard to the disposition of April Gilbert's personal effects.

Sonny: Oh, I -- excuse me?

Iris: April Gilbert? She died on Monday. I thought you knew.

Sonny: No, no, no, no, no. This is the first time I heard.

Iris: I'm sorry. Uh -- Ms. Gilbert has no next of kin, and you're the person who signed off to pay all of her expenses. I can have her things sent directly to you.

Sonny: No, you won't.

Iris: Well, we have to do something with her things.

Sonny: Well, I'm going to pick them up, and I want your full accounting ready when I get there, and I'll tell you something else. If I find out that April was treated with anything less than the best possible care, I will have your ass on a silver platter.

Elizabeth: Yes, Gram, I promise. Of course I miss him terribly. It's just -- he's just better off with you right now, okay? Thank you. I love you, too. Bye.

Lucky: Not exactly the father you wanted for your son.

Elizabeth: Cameron thinks you are the smartest, bravest, strongest man in the whole world.

Lucky: I wish you'd go see him.

Elizabeth: I don't want to leave you.

Lucky: Listen, you know what? I'll be fine for, like, an hour.

[Knock on door]

Elizabeth: Hey.

Nikolas: Hi.

Elizabeth: Come on in, yeah.

Nikolas: Okay. How you doing?

Lucky: Well, your timing couldn't be better. You can go see Cameron now. Nikolas is here. I'll be fine.

Elizabeth: Well, are you sure?

Nikolas: Yes, my -- my afternoon is wide open and I'd like to spend some time with my brother here.

Elizabeth: Okay, well, if you don't mind, then I have some work I need to catch up on at the hospital.

Nikolas: Yeah, sure.

Elizabeth: Great.

Nikolas: Take all the time you need.

Lucky: Please don't worry.

Elizabeth: I'll try.

Lucky: What?

Nikolas: You look awful.

Lucky: Thanks. The good news is the worst part is over.

Nikolas: Right. Sounds like a textbook addict to me.

Sonny: You got something to tell me?

Iris: Yes. Here's the date, time, and cause of death, right there.

Sonny: Can you speak the English version, please? Thank you.

Iris: Ms. Gilbert ruptured a blood vessel. Every effort was made to -- to stem her bleeding, but she had kaposi sarcoma, which is a form of cancer.

Sonny: You don't have to -- I know what that is.

Iris: Dr. Scorpio and Drake were notified immediately. Um -- I'm actually surprised one of them didn't call you. When they made the decision to cremate Ms. Gilbert's remains, I assumed it was with your approval.

Sonny: I don't have a problem with it.

Iris: Well, here's an accounting of all the charges, and Ms. Gilbert's personal effects, such as they are. It's basically her identification and a letter she was writing when she passed.

Sonny: You are very, very efficient.

Iris: Thank you.

Sonny: Yeah, yeah, yeah. But you know what? You don't have an ounce of empathy or compassion. I don't even know why they allow you to work around sick people. I really don't.

Iris: Well, I'm part of a union that --

Sonny: Oh, good for you, you're part of a union. Do you know -- do you know that my close friend died of AIDS?

Iris: Yes, I remember Stone Cates. You named the eighth wing after him, and we're all very grateful.

Sonny: I'm sure you are. You would've taken one look at him, sent him right back on the street so he could die alone. That's why the AIDS wing exists -- so patients with AIDS and H.I.V. can have refuge and caring professionals. If -- let me tell you something. If I ever find out that an AIDS patient got the back of your hand like April did --

Iris: I was doing my job.

Sonny: Okay, I'm not done talking, so -- if this ever happens again, for whatever reason, I will see to it that you don't work in the medical profession. As a matter of fact, I'm having lunch with your union president next week, and I will guarantee you he will agree. Do we understand each other?

Iris: I believe we do.

Sonny: Excuse me, can you page Robin Scorpio, please?

Nikolas: Oh, you shouldn't be doing this alone, Lucky. There are tons of places to get help. Tons of clinics, rehabs --

Lucky: Yeah, and I bet you'd pay for it, too.

Nikolas: Absolutely, I would. I'd do whatever it takes to help you.

Lucky: Yeah, well, worry about Lulu. She needs you more than I do.

Nikolas: Why -- I don't understand. Why do you insist on going through this by yourself? Why?

Lucky: Because it's my problem.

Nikolas: Well, it would be great if it were that easy, Lucky. But you can't be alone, and Elizabeth can't be around 24/7. Rehab makes sense. It's safe, it works.

Lucky: Yeah, and it'd only be a matter of time before it got back to the department.

Nikolas: Lucky, you wouldn't be the first cop in history who had a substance abuse problem.

Lucky: But I know what happens to the ones that do go public. They get a rep of being untrustworthy and nobody wants to be their partner.

Nikolas: You get to save your own life. Seems like a reasonable tradeoff to me.

Lucky: I just can't be locked up in some clinic for the next 30 days. It's like an open invitation for Patrick Drake.

Nikolas: Oh, Lucky, would you lose the Patrick Drake thing, already? I mean, that's got to be the drugs talking because nothing happened between them. You know what? You're just trying to absolve yourself of sleeping with Maxie.

Lucky: Patrick wants Elizabeth. Take a good look at me, Nikolas. How can I fight for Elizabeth the way I am now?

Emily: Hi.

Elizabeth: Hey. I just came from seeing my little boy.

Emily: I try to drop in on my breaks and say hi to him whenever he's there.

Elizabeth: You do?

Emily: Mm-hmm.

Elizabeth: Thank you.

Emily: He loves daycare, Elizabeth. He has some friends and they're always playing.

Elizabeth: I know. I just had to tell him again that he can't go home with me. And he doesn't -- he doesn't understand, and, obviously, I can't tell him the truth. And I know he loves Gram. But he misses me and he just wants to come home. But I can't bring him into a home when Lucky's trying to kick his habit. Oh, my God. My husband is a drug addict. I did not picture my life like this. And now my little boy, he's -- his whole world has been turned upside down and it's become this very scary and unstable place.

Emily: Elizabeth, you're his rock, okay? There is no doubt in my mind that he feels loved and secure.

Elizabeth: I love Lucky and I want to help him, but not at the expense of my little boy.

Sonny: It was in April's personal effects. It was addressed to you.

Robin: Me?

Sonny: Mm-hmm. I guess she was writing it when she died.

Robin: "Dear Dr. Scorpio. I'm not so good with words, but I need to say this. Because of you and Dr. Drake, I'm not alone. That was the worst part of being sick. When they brought me into the hospital, I felt like I was worthless and that dying was the best thing I could do. I was wrong. You and Dr. Drake gave me options. I'm writing to you instead of him because you have this monster inside of you, the same one that I live with. And I want you to know that the way you reached out to me gave me something to live for. Instead of feeling useless, like I'm just taking up space, I feel like my life maybe has some purpose." Oh. "Fight the monster, Dr. Scorpio, and show other people how to fight it like you did with me. It's been the most amazing gift. Love, April."

Patrick: So this right here is what the surgeon is going to remove.

Alexis: It's one thing in the abstract, it's another thing when you see it in black and white.

Patrick: I know it's scary.

Alexis: It's not the procedure that scares me. It's those tiny little cancer cells that are invading my body and trying to kill me.

Patrick: Well, it's not an uncommon procedure, Ms. Davis.

Alexis: You're very nice. You're actually very charming, and you have a very nice bedside manner.

Patrick: Oh. Well, that's a first -- I don't have a bedside manner. You can pretty much ask anyone.

Alexis: I'm going to ask you a question that you hope most patients don't ask you. In your opinion, Dr. Drake, how many people in my condition, at my stage, end up with a clean bill of health?

Patrick: You're not terminal.

Alexis: I know that's how they train you to answer. But I don't want you to sugarcoat it with me because I have two small children that I need to make plans for. I need an honest, real assessment of the rest of my life, however that turns out to be.

Patrick: Okay. You're right to make those arrangements. There is a real chance that you may not survive this.

Sam: Whoa, whoa, whoa, come here. Oh, look at that boat. You see that one right there?

[Boat runs]

Sam: Jason's got a boat that goes twice as fast that one. It is so cool. It goes up in the water and you get waves and -- and wind in your hair --

Kristina: Jason! Can you come take me and Sam on your boat for a ride?

Nikolas: You know, every time you open your mouth, all I hear is an addict talking. All the excuses about what made you use the drugs and how it drove you to cheat on your wife -- blah, blah, blah -- excuses, Lucky. You really think that if you can blame everything on Elizabeth and Patrick Drake, it'll justify all your excuses?

Lucky: You never saw them together.

Nikolas: Again, excuses to start using again.

Lucky: You know what? I was high when I cheated on my wife. What's your excuse?

Nikolas: Don't use Emily to change the subject.

Lucky: Well, the subject is drug addiction, not that you know jack about what it's like to kick this thing.

Nikolas: No, you -- you're exactly right, I don't know anything about it. And I'm not judging you. All I'm saying is that you need to be around other people who understand this thing, because they can help. Okay, I'll tell you what. If you can't -- or won't -- go to rehab, you tell me what your other options are.

Lucky: Meetings. I go to meetings.

Nikolas: Meetings?

Lucky: Yeah.

Nikolas: Meetings -- do they help?

Lucky: Yeah, they do. In fact, you know what? A meeting right now would help a lot.

Nikolas: Okay. That's great. I'll tell you what. I'll go with you, just in case you were thinking about scoring some pills on the way there.

Sonny: You all right?

Robin: You know, it's fun -- I probably never would've met April if she didn't come into our hospital. But she did, and we kind of became friends. Oh. With everything that's happened, I -- I'm grateful for that. And what you did for her was so amazing, Sonny. You made her feel worthwhile. You noticed her, and you didn't let anyone treat her badly.

Sonny: I did it for Stone.

Robin: Isn't that incredible, that someone that was in our lives for such a short time loved us so much? I would like to think that someone's life is affected positively every day because we knew him.

Sonny: I think he'd like that.

Robin: Yeah. When I was in Paris --

Sonny: Mm-hmm.

Robin: I used to walk to work every day, rain or shine, 12 minutes, there and back --

Sonny: Wow.

Robin: Of course, keeping my head down the entire way. And it was a few years ago -- I think it was right before Christmas -- I was walking by and there was a woman taking a collection for a charity, and -- I don't know -- something just in her eyes made me stop. So I gave her some Euros and she said, "Thank you very much," and she said, "The church thanks you, too," and she pointed to this cathedral. And I looked up, and it was, honestly, the most amazing building I'd ever seen. It was so beautiful and ornate, and for whatever reason, I decided to walk in. And I just kind of let my mind go quiet for a second, and I realized that it was the anniversary of Stone's death. So I sat there for a while and -- uh -- I could honestly feel him there with me. So, whenever I start to feel sorry for myself, I just remember that day and what if I wouldn't have walked into that church, and that life has so many good things, so many surprises for us, you know, if we just lift our heads up and notice it.

Sonny: Hey, hey, you know what? You have every right to feel sad. I mean, you're fighting this damn disease every day of your life.

Robin: Right, but I had a chance that Stone or April did not have. I have no right to feel sorry for myself.

Sonny: You're human. You get to feel that way every once in a while. But you know what? Next time you do, just think about how much Stone loved you.

Sam: Kristina, Jason is really busy. I don't think he has time for boat rides.

Jason: Oh, actually, I'd be happy to take you guys for a boat ride.

Sam: You don't have to go through any trouble.

Jason: No, it's no trouble.

Sam: Yeah? Hold on. Let me -- I'm going to check with Alexis.

Patrick: We're going to need to keep you in the hospital for about a week after the surgery. You'll have to regain your strength before we get you on chemo.

[Phone rings]

Alexis: Excuse me one second.

Patrick: Yeah.

Alexis: Hello?

Sam: Hi. How's it going?

Alexis: We're just wrapping up here. Where are you?

Sam: Well, we -- we tried out the rides, and then we came down to the pier and we ran into Jason.

Alexis: Jason?

Sam: Yeah. And Kristina wants Jason to take us on a boat ride and she kind of sold herself on the idea.

Alexis: Could I talk to Jason, please?

Sam: Yeah. Sure.

Jason: Yeah?

Alexis: Hi. Uh -- listen, I don't want to disappoint Kristina because she has a lot going on right now, so I -- I just would really appreciate it if you could give me your assurance that the boat you're going to ride in is not wired to explode, or there isn't some madman waiting for you with a high-powered rifle to shoot you in the back when you get out of the water.

Jason: You have my word.

Alexis: Take good care of my daughters.

Patrick: Interesting conversation. 

Alexis: I need your help.

Sonny: Did you get bad news from the doctor?

Alexis: You said if there's anything else that I need, I should ask you for it, so I'm asking you.

Sonny: What do you need?

Alexis: I want you to talk to Jason and explain to him why it's not a good idea for him to spend any time with Sam, that he -- he shouldn't run into her accidentally or try to rush to her rescue or be there to help her. Kristina and Molly need her right now. You have to convince him to stay away from Sam.

Sam: Whoa.

Jason: Here you go. You know, I can't tell you where we're going because Sam is going to drive.

Sam: I am?

Jason: What? You didn't tell -- you didn't tell Kristina?

Sam: I was kind of saving that one.

Jason: Oh. You were -- okay. Listen, Sam is a ship's captain, okay? She can sail anywhere around the world. And you know what's cool, is she can navigate her boat by just looking at the stars. All I know how to do is drive a boat on the lake. It's not really that big of a deal. There you go.

Sam: Thank you.

Elizabeth: I know that Lucky is ill, and that addiction is a disease. But it is not easy getting over walking in on him and that tramp having sex. It is burned into my brain, and how much can I possibly excuse it because of the pills?

Emily: I'm sorry, Elizabeth. I -- I know how it feels to be cheated on. I mean, you think you've buried the pain, and then it just blindsides you all over again.

Elizabeth: And it's not like I can even tell him right now how hurt and angry I really am.

Emily: I think Lucky's on his way to getting better. When he slept with Maxie, that was hitting rock bottom. Elizabeth, he scared himself so badly, he knows he has to get clean.

Elizabeth: I want to stick by him, I really do, but it goes both ways. With all the broken promises and the lies, Lucky owes it to me and Cameron to make good on his word. I'm not going to be dragged into a cycle of abuse and then recovery and then failure.

Emily: So what are you saying?

Elizabeth: I'm saying if he doesn't have the strength to do this, and he takes those pills again, I'm gone.

Lucky: Hey.

Elizabeth: Hey.

Lucky: I decided to go to a meeting.

Elizabeth: Good.

Lucky: Yeah, Nikolas came along here to make sure I don't do anything stupid.

Nikolas: Lucky, I'm not here to police you. I'm just here to help you.

Lucky: Yeah, I know. I owe you.

Nikolas: No, you don't. We both love you and know you can do this.

Elizabeth: And we're going to be waiting right here for when you get out.

Lucky: I'll see you later.

Maxie: Lucky.

Lucky: Hey, I was looking for you. Did you score?

Maxie: Yeah, just like you asked for.

Robin: I took another look at the Desmond boy's film. The placement of the A.V.M. makes me think that there's something you haven't considered.

Patrick: Well, thank you very much, doctor, but you're here to consult, not give orders.

Robin: Do you want my help or not?

Patrick: Oh, I want you, all right.

Robin: Huh. All right, I'll see you in there.

Sam: Look, there's the ice cream man. Go ahead, go. Stay where I can see you. There's money in my purse. Thank you.

Jason: For what?

Sam: Well, Kristina is really scared about her mother's operation and she's, you know, been pretty upset lately, and you did something to take her mind off of it and that was really nice.

Jason: What about you?

Sam: Me? Well, I -- I hope I can help her get through this -- Alexis, too. I just -- I want to do something right.

Jason: Then you need to stop punishing yourself. You're a good sister. Your family needs you to be strong. I've seen you keep going even when you're scared, Sam, and that's what you have to do now.

Sam: I'm not sure I can.

Jason: I know you can.

Kristina: Are you guys going to kiss, or what?

Alexis: I need peace of mind. I need to know that my daughters are safe.

Sonny: The best thing you can do for your daughters, including Sam, is beat the cancer.

Alexis: Talk to Jason. You're the only person that he's going to listen to.

Sonny: I cannot -- it wouldn't be fair.

Alexis: It isn't fair for Kristina to lose her mother to cancer. It isn't fair for her to lose her sister two weeks later or two years later. Jason already got her shot, next time he could get her killed.

Sonny: Sam could drown tomorrow, she could choke on a chicken bone, you know?

Alexis: You've got the power to make Kristina's life a little bit more secure.

Sonny: Unless you've given up. Is that what's going on here? You assume you can't -- you can't beat this thing, so you're not going to fight it?

Alexis: I just came from the doctor's. I saw the X-ray. The doctor tells me that there is a real chance that I won't survive this. That's the truth. So no matter how much I don't want to leave my children, how much I want to live another 5 or 10 or 20 years, the truth is I could be dying.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Lulu: I don't want a baby! What would you do?

Carly: Whoo! Do you tackle every maid that comes into your room?

Lucky: I changed my mind. I don't want the pills.

Elizabeth: Lucky?

Kristina: Don't you guys still love each other?

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