General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 8/29/06
Provided By Boo
Proofread by Amelia
Carly: Is there something about this woman you're not telling me?
Jane: Jax is lonely and he misses you. I'm sure he's thrilled that you came after him.
Carly: Well, I would think so, but he's not here. Maybe he's bailed on me.
Jane: Oh, Jax is never one to care for ultimatums. He needs to know that -- that he counts in your life, gold digger or not.
Carly: What about what I need, Jane? I'm the one who got left. I trusted Jax, I fell in love with him, I asked him not to leave, and he left anyway. Look, the only reason I'm here -- I flew halfway around the world to find Jax. The least he could do is come down here to the bar and see me.
Jane: Well, I'm sure he appreciates everything you're doing.
Carly: Well he better, because I will never grovel for another man again. So he better walk in this bar and drop to his knees and come up with one hell of an apology -- and tell me that I'm the only woman in the world for him.
Jane: Well, truthfully, I may have exaggerated about this woman -- a bit.
Carly: I don't think so.
Jax: My apologies for being late. Carly, allow me to introduce my friend.
Carly: So we finally meet.
Carly: Yes. Your reputation precedes you. Jane, Jax's mother, has told me all about you.
Jax: Really? Wow. Mom, I didn't realize that you and Jemma knew each other.
Carly: "Jemma"? Wow, Jemma. Is that with a G?
Carly: Oh. Wow. How perfect. She's going to fit in perfect with your family -- all the J's.
Jemma: And your name is?
Carly: Carly, with a C.
Carly: Jax and I own a hotel in Port Charles together.
Jemma: Oh. So it's strictly a business relationship?
Carly: Hmm. Absolutely. There's nothing personal between Jax and me.
Carly: Nothing whatsoever.
Lulu: Give me my phone. What are you doing?
Lucky: I know that you are scared about being pregnant, but there are better ways to handle it.
Lulu: News flash, Lucky -- if I want to have an abortion, I will get one, and you have nothing to say about it.
Sonny: I hope you know I'm not coming from a place of anger or vindictiveness towards Alexis. I mean, I have no desire to hurt her, much less you. But Kristina's my daughter; she could lose her mother. You don't think I owe it to my daughter to give her the best possible life, I mean, under tragic circumstances?
Sam: Of course you do.
Sonny: Okay. Then do you honestly believe that she can have that being raised by Ric?
Sam: "Being raised by --" what is with you and Alexis and this morbid outlook? You both act like she's going to die. I refuse to accept that. I just found my mother, Sonny. I'm not about to lose her. I'm going to help her fight. I am asking you to do the same.
Sonny: And I want to help you, Sam. I mean, it's not about that. I just can't see myself turning, you know, Kristina over to my brother, who happens to be a little bit psycho, as you know.
Sam: And nobody who knows you or Ric would expect you to, except Alexis, because she needs to believe that he's a good person who's worthy of her trust. And if that keeps her calm enough to get through this surgery, why can't you at least give her that?
Jason: Alexis, sit down here. Do you have -- do you have any more medicine?
Alexis: In my --
Jason: Is it -- is it helping you, or is --
Alexis: Hmm. Thanks. Oh. How do you do this?
Jason: Do what?
Alexis: Deal with your approaching death.
Carly: Well, it seems that you and Jax have been on quite a whirlwind tour -- Cairo, Alexandria, Marrakesh -- and now Casablanca, the most romantic city in the world. So was it your plan to wind up here or just happy coincidence?
Jax: No, it's kind of coincidence, actually. You know, we've been on a casino crawl and Jemma's on a winning streak and it's starting to rub off.
Carly: How nice for you.
Jemma: And did you fly all the way to Africa on hotel business of some kind?
Carly: I thought Jax was in need of my input, but I was clearly misinformed. But I do have a couple of associates that would love to meet with you, but I don't want to interrupt your casino crawl.
Jax: Well, no. I mean, the night is young, right?
Jax: We have plenty of time.
Carly: Good. You're going to love these guys.
Lucky: You will be destroying a life.
Lulu: It is not "a life," Lucky -- at least not yet. I am hardly pregnant, and I have the right to decide if I want to continue with this pregnancy. If not, I repeat, my decision. There is a safe and legal medical procedure that can make it all go away.
Lucky: "Would make it go away"? Do you hear yourself, Lu? I don't care how scared and confused you are. You can't seriously be considering killing your baby.
Lulu: Stop saying that!
Lucky: I know you, Lulu. If you abort this child, you will be carrying this guilt for the rest of your life. You might even use it as an excuse to -- to wreck yourself.
Lulu: If I decide to wreck myself, having a baby certainly wouldn't stop me. If anything, it would make it worse, because the poor kid who didn't ask to be here would have to watch. Unless I disappeared all the time like Dad, letting that kid know without a doubt -- like I did -- that he or she was not wanted nor planned. Right? Yeah, that's a solution.
Jason: You know, maybe -- maybe you should see a doctor. I'll be happy to take you to the hospital again.
Alexis: No, that's all right. With you, I'm not really up for any more bad news.
Jason: Well, if they're going to help you, they kind of need to know what's going on, Alexis.
Alexis: If that's your subtle way of telling me that I'm hiding, you're right, and I'm not offended, don't worry. Denial is -- is an effective way of -- of coping, and it comes in really handy when you're a Cassadine. As a little girl, I perfected the art of it.
Jason: You're not a little girl anymore, so --
Alexis: Oh, sometimes childhood patterns have --
Alexis: I'm really terrified.
Alexis: I can't stop thinking about this spot on my lung. Do you think that you could help me? I -- I don't know how to face my own death. I don't know how to accept the fact that my time may be running out and how to best allocate the time that I -- I may have left. I don't know how to do this, how to say goodbye to my -- my children or -- or prepare them for my loss. I'm -- I'm just really scared. I'm so terrified --
Alexis: You were -- you were faced with your own death. You were -- you were terminal last year, and thank God you proved the doctors wrong, but how did you -- how did you do that? I mean, did you -- did you just not care, or did you find some measure of peace? I -- I really want you to help me. I'm really willing to learn if you could just tell me how to -- how to deal with this. Because I -- I would really rather not spend the rest of my time being so scared.
Jason: I -- I can't tell you how not to be afraid. I mean, I wish I could, but I don't know -- I don't know how.
Alexis: Then you did have fear of dying?
Jason: What scared me was leaving the people who love me. It -- it killed me to think about Sam or Carly or Sonny or the boys grieving for me, especially Sam. I mean, it hadn't been, you know, that long since she had lost her baby and -- um -- Sam's -- you know, she's -- she's very tough, but people -- people can break.
Alexis: But the actual dying. The physical process of your body just shutting down. Of closing your eyes and -- and not waking up again. Saying goodbye to the people that you love or looking at them, knowing that you're never going to see their face again. Didn't that terrify you?
Jason: I mean, it's so complicated. I mean, you know, at first when they said I wasn't going to live, all I could think about was I owed it to Sam to hold on for as long as possible, and I made that my focus -- just to hold on for her. I don't -- I just -- I don't remember at that point being afraid. But then, you know, Robin figured out how they could do the surgery, and that's when I got -- you know, I got a little scared. I did. If the operation hadn't been successful, I would've been a vegetable. I would've been here, but not alive, and that just seemed a whole lot worse than -- than dying. Now, I'm going to be honest. If it was just me, I wouldn't have even taken the chance. But Sam needed me. And the operation -- you know, it -- it worked. But maybe that's -- maybe that's the answer you're looking for. When the fear gets so, so bad, you need to think about the people who need you here.
Alexis: Maybe you better take me to the hospital.
Sonny: You hate what you did with Ric. You can't forgive yourself, so you assume that Alexis can't forgive you, either, but one thing you don't understand is she's your mother. She's got, you know, this unconditional love when it comes to you, and let's put the cards on the table. She's not a saint. Alexis has made mistakes. She may be angry at first and all that, but you know what? She's your mother, she will not stop loving you. What?
Sam: I don't think you really understand. This is not about me or what I stand to lose. This is about Alexis and taking away something she desperately needs right now.
Sonny: So you're just willing to give her everything she wants, rearrange your life so it lines up with hers and -- is that what you're saying?
Sam: I -- I'm trying -- at least for now. Because nothing is more important than Alexis and making her feel empowered and powerful, and giving her a little bit of peace of mind, even if it's false. Come on, Sonny, you lie for your business all the time. Can't you at least do it for the mother of your child? Please?
Jason: Hey, I'm -- I'm with Alexis. She started coughing and it was bad, so I'm taking her to the hospital.
Sam: Okay, I'll be right there. Alexis is getting worse. I got to go.
Jax: To old friends. I really appreciate you doing this on such short notice.
Jemma: Are you going to tell me what that was all about?
Jemma: "Worldwide tour"?
Jax: That was a little confusing, wasn't it?
Jane: Yes, there's a lot of that going around.
Jax: I really appreciate you playing along, though.
Jemma: I aim to please.
Jax: You know, Carly and I, we have a very complicated relationship and we're in the process of reconfiguring, so you really did help a lot. Thank you.
Carly: Okay, do you see that woman with Jax?
Michael: She's pretty.
Carly: No, she's not. And she's a bad, bad woman and she's out to steal all of his money, and it's up to you guys to stop her.
Carly: Listen very carefully, and do exactly what I say.
Michael: Hey, Jax.
Jax: Hey! What a surprise!
Michael: We missed you.
Jax: What's up? Right back at you.
Jax: How you doing?
Jemma: I thought you were bringing business associates.
Carly: You assumed. I never said "business."
Jemma: I take it they're your sons?
Carly: Michael and Morgan -- they adore Jax, and he used to be fond of them.
Jax: Oh, I still adore these boys, huh? They know it and so do you.
Carly: Well, Michael, where are you manners? You need to say hi to Jax's friend Jemma.
Michael: Hi, I'm Michael.
Carly: Wow. Boy -- oh, sorry. That's just an accident, huh?
Michael: Yep. Accident.
Carly: Oh --
Jemma: You know what? That's it. I was willing to pretend to be your girlfriend for one night, but I refuse to be assaulted by these -- creatures.
Jax: Jemma -- Jemma, wait.
Jemma: I'm out of here.
Jane: Well done, Carly -- Morgan and Michael, too! A truly heroic effort.
Morgan: That was fun!
Carly: Yeah, except it was wasted because there was no gold-digging predator. Just another game of yours, only this time I don't want to play. Come on, boys, we're out of here. Stop.
Elizabeth: Hey. You sounded upset over the phone. Are you okay?
Lulu: No. I haven't been okay for days, and it just keeps getting worse. I had a huge fight with Lucky.
Elizabeth: Oh, God, I was afraid of that. What happened?
Lulu: I've been researching abortion on the internet. Aren't you going to yell at me?
Lulu: Okay. Well, I got a pamphlet from the clinic and I was about to make a call -- not necessarily to make an appointment, just ask a few questions. And Lucky shows up, snatches my cell phone out of my hand, and starts yelling at me about killing my baby.
Elizabeth: Oh, God, I -- I am so sorry. He should've never -- he should've never said that to you, and I'm sure he's kicking himself for every thoughtless word that came out of his mouth.
Lulu: Well, he didn't seem sorry to me.
Elizabeth: You need to remember, though, he's going through withdrawal. He's not thinking clearly.
Lulu: Lucky was loud and clear enough. He wants me to go through with this pregnancy, and if I don't, my own brother is going to forever look at me and think "baby killer."
Maxie's voice: Hey, it's Maxie. Leave a message.
Lucky: Hey, it's me. I need to speak to you. Can you call me as soon as you get this?
Nikolas: Leaving Lulu a message?
Lucky: No, just doing some damage control.
Lucky: Well, when I walked up, she had this pamphlet in her hand from some abortion clinic. She was on the phone making an appointment, so I stopped her.
Nikolas: You stopped her how?
Lucky: I took the phone out of her hand and told her that she couldn't do it, that she shouldn't do it, that she would regret it for the rest of her life.
Nikolas: How did she react?
Lucky: What do you think? She was furious.
Nikolas: Well, I'm staying out of it. So don't ask for my help.
Lucky: How can you say that?
Nikolas: Lucky, Lulu needs time to think, okay, to come to her own decisions without all this constant pressure we put on her.
Lucky: Are you saying that you're going to support Lulu if she chooses to have an abortion?
Nikolas: No, I'm saying I will support Lulu in whatever she decides.
Lucky: Okay, how can you say that pathetic stuff? I mean -- I mean, you're going to stand by silent while Lulu makes a mistake, something that could haunt her for the rest of her life?
Nikolas: Lulu is the one who is pregnant here. She gets to choose how to deal with it.
Dillon: Okay, hey, you know what? Can I -- no offense, but this isn't your place. This here is not your place. What happens with this -- what happens with this baby is between Lulu and me, not you. You don't get a say.
Lucky: Yeah, yeah, well, keep your pants zipped and she wouldn't be in this situation.
Alexis: I'm -- I'm Alexis Davis and I'd like to see my oncologist, Dr. Trent.
Jason: Okay, this is an emergency. She had a bad coughing spell. Can you just -- can you call somebody, please?
Nurse: I'll page the doctor right away. Why don't you have a seat in the lounge.
Alexis: Thank you. Thanks.
Sam: How you feeling?
Alexis: I'm -- I'm all right. It may not be that bad. I don't even need to be here, maybe. I'm not sure.
Sam: I think you should let Dr. Trent make that call. Have you seen him?
Alexis: They're paging him. I'm surprised to see you.
Sonny: Well, she got the call when she was with me, and I just want to make sure you're all right. Can you give me a minute with her?
Sam: Oh, God. He's going to do it. He's going to tell her what happened.
Sonny: You're too sick to be playing games. We need to get to the truth once and for all.
[ Kitchen sounds ]
Alexis: I've just been diagnosed with lung cancer.
Alexis: I have surgery on Friday, contemplating my own demise. It's kind of all the truth I can handle at the moment.
Sonny: You're scared. You have every right to be. And I know we've had this conversation already, but you're not going to turn your life right side up by trying to control everybody.
Alexis: You aren't going to let this go, are you?
Sonny: Well, I just think you need to see it. I mean, I know Jason didn't just come here because he wanted to pay you a visit. Did you call him?
Sonny: Oh -- yeah, okay. Did you -- so you could pressure him to stay away from Sam?
Sonny: Just like, you know, I called Sam over because of your wishes, but that's not the way I operate. Okay? I can't -- I can't keep pretending.
Jason: Sonny knows how much Alexis needs you. He's not going to say anything to damage your relationship.
Sam: I am not so sure, Jason. I just want to help my mother through this cancer. And once the truth comes out, if she doesn't want to talk to me anymore, that's -- that's fine. Then so be it.
Jason: Why do you assume she can just shut you out and never think about you again?
Sam: Because that's what everyone has done -- except you.
Sonny: I want to help you -- you know I do -- but that doesn't mean blindly following your orders. Death doesn't give you a free pass to run roughshod over everybody.
Alexis: Your bedside manner is really beautiful. You should consider changing professions.
Sonny: I'm just saying that, you know, instead of running your life from your grave, why don't you focus on winning this fight?
Alexis: If the worst happens and I die, I want my daughters to have the best lives possible. And as long as I'm here, I'm going to do everything to ensure that happens. This isn't about me wanting to get my way, it's about protecting my girls.
Sam: Excuse me. Dr. Trent is ready to see you.
Alexis: Thanks for checking in.
Sonny: I just wish you'd listen sometimes, that's all.
Alexis: That's never going to happen.
Sonny: Well --
Alexis: I appreciate the effort. Are you coming?
Sam: Yeah, of course.
Alexis: Thank you.
Jason: You didn't tell her?
Sonny: Sam and Alexis need each other right now.
Elizabeth: Lucky couldn't have approached this in a worse way if he tried. I'm not making excuses for him, but coming down on you was more about his own anger and helplessness. He loves you. He thinks of himself as your protector, since he was always there to pick up the slack when your dad wasn't there. He feels that your pregnancy is his own failure.
Lulu: See, I don't understand that.
Elizabeth: Because, in his own mind, he thinks that if he were paying more attention to you instead of his drugs, you wouldn't have had to turn to Dillon in the first place.
Lulu: Oh, that's ridiculous, because this pregnancy is not Lucky's fault. It is not mine, it is not Dillon's. We weren't irresponsible. We used condoms. It's just that the stupid Enduros were defective.
Elizabeth: What? Well --
Lulu: Oh, yeah. Yeah, I heard it straight from the source. Guess who makes Enduros condoms? E.L.Q. And I guess some faulty batch got out, and now Edward wants to cover up the whole thing for some product liability. Basically, he doesn't want to get sued, so now I'm forced to carry this baby that I never wanted, and my whole life is supposed to revolve around this protoplasm. I mean, I don't know. Maybe it'll be okay. Maybe I wouldn't be the only girl who had a baby that wasn't planned for. I mean, a lot of girls make adjustments, maybe I could, too. I mean, I know that thinking about an abortion is selfish and it's hateful, it's --
Elizabeth: Okay, listen, listen. I can't tell you what to do. But you are going to come to a decision based on what is best for you, and that's not selfish, it's your right. No matter what the outcome of this is, know that we love you -- especially your brother.
Lulu: Hmm. Lucky doesn't deserve you, but I'm glad you're around.
Lulu: Thank you.
Elizabeth: Thank you.
Lulu: Okay, I got to go.
Elizabeth: Call me if you need anything.
Lulu: Thank you. Thank you.
Elizabeth: If you're following me, I suggest you stop, because you might get something you're not looking for.
Maxie: I wasn't following you. I just saw you and I wanted to see how Lucky's doing, if he's able to stay clean.
Elizabeth: He is, no thanks to you. He almost lost everything that mattered to him and you were a part of it, so why don't you just stay the hell away from him? Don't ask about him, don't talk to him, and while you're at it, never approach me again.
Maxie: Look, you can hate me all you want, okay, but I care about Lucky, and I wonder if you ever did.
Dillon: I'm not saying I'm blameless, but guess what -- Lulu and I both made mistakes, Lucky. We both did.
Lucky: Yeah, yeah, well, here's the difference -- Lulu lived with your family in your house after her father disappeared on her again!
Nikolas: Hey, listen, screaming at Dillon won't solve anything.
Lucky: You know what? You're right. Kicking his ass is a so much better solution
Dillon: Oh, thank -- yeah.
Emily: Wait -- hold on. What's going on?
Lucky: Why don't you just get your worthless cousin out of here before I break his face?
Dillon: Oh, you know what, Lucky? It's so nice that you're protective of Lulu now, but where were you when she needed you the most?
Nikolas: That went well.
Lucky: Yeah, he's a punk.
Emily: That's not true, Lucky. Dillon's a good kid in a bad situation, so is Lulu, and assigning blame isn't going to help anyone.
Lucky: Dillon is a spoiled brat who took advantage of Lulu.
Emily: Please tell me that Lucky didn't actually speak to Lulu in the state he's in?
Nikolas: I wish -- I wish I could, Emily. Lucky claims that he heard Lulu on the phone with some abortion clinic, and then, apparently, he started firing off ultimatums.
Emily: Oh -- which is only going to make her dig in her heels about terminating the pregnancy.
Nikolas: I can't stop thinking maybe she should.
Michael: We just did what you said to do and rescued Jax. Why did we have to leave?
Carly: Yeah, well, as it turns out --
[Knock on door]
Carly: Jax doesn't need rescuing.
Jax: Hi. I just --
Carly: Michael, don't you dare open that door!
Michael: Hey. Sometimes us guys have to stick together.
Jax: I like the way you think.
Carly: Don't come in -- we have nothing to discuss.
Jax: You don't have to -- you don't have to say anything. I was wrong and I'm sorry.
Carly: Yeah, you were wrong. Okay, I'm busy.
Jax: Hey, guys, could you do me a favor and wait in the other room with Leticia?
Michael: Sure. So, why is Mom mad at you?
Jax: Because I've made some very foolish mistakes and some bad choices, and that's why I need to be alone with your mom -- so we can talk it over.
Michael: Uh -- yeah. I know that look, and she is mad.
Jax: Why don't you wish me luck?
Michael: Luck. Come on, let's get out of here.
Carly: I don't appreciate you using my kids, okay?
Jax: Ooh -- ah, ow. Ow.
Carly: You deserve worse, like a corkscrew through your head.
Jax: Well, say what you want, but that kiss is proof that you still want me.
Emily: What did I miss? You seemed so opposed to abortion. You were worried that having it would haunt Lulu for the rest of her life.
Nikolas: Yeah, and -- and that's a very real possibility. On the other hand, having the baby, I think, could cause Lulu even more harm.
Emily: Something's bothering you, something else. Tell me.
Nikolas: My mother.
Emily: What about Laura?
Nikolas: Well, according to Luke, I'm -- I'm the product of rape. My mother was kidnapped, held hostage, and -- and forced -- and forced to have an heir.
Emily: What Luke needs to believe doesn't make it true.
Emily: Laura loved you with all of her heart.
Nikolas: Well, eventually she did, and now she's catatonic. And who can say how much my birth had to do with that?
Emily: I'm not following.
Nikolas: Okay, Laura was forced to have a child she didn't want by a man she hated. All I'm saying is, how would Laura's life be different had she -- had she managed to escape my family and have an abortion? I'm just saying she -- she still might be sane.
Emily: There is no way to know that, and -- and speculation is pointless, Nikolas.
Nikolas: I don't know, Emily. Having a child that she was ambiguous about from the start, coupled with having to pretend that I didn't exist -- I'd say it almost certainly contributed to my mother's mental breakdown. And I think the same thing could happen to Lulu. If she's forced to have a child that she doesn't want, it could start her on the path to mental madness that my mother took.
Dillon: You're pregnant?
Lulu: I'm really sorry.
Dillon: And there's -- there's no possibility that it's -- um -- a mistake or --
Lulu: I made doubly sure. I took a home pregnancy test and it came up positive, and I just confirmed it at the clinic. And before you ask, you're the first and only person that I've ever slept with, so there's no doubt.
Dillon: Whoa. Going to be a father.
Edward: I'm glad you're home.
Lulu: I'm not, I have to go back to work.
Tracy: This takes precedence.
Edward: Besides, you aren't telling us the truth, young lady. I know because I stopped by Kelly's looking for you.
Lulu: Then why didn't I see you there?
Edward: Because you were having a rather alarming conversation with your brother.
Lulu: You eavesdropped on me and Lucky?
Edward: Uh-uh. I didn't have to. You were conversing at the top of your lungs.
Lulu: That is none of your business.
Tracy: It is our business -- if you're actually planning on aborting Dillon's baby.
Carly: What do you want from me?
Jax: It's pretty obvious, isn't it?
Carly: Sex? A couple of nights with no commitment? Once upon a time, I would've been all over that, but I've changed, and you have no one to blame but yourself.
Jax: I'm sorry that I've disappointed you.
Carly: I'm surprised you were able to. I was never one of those women who liked a knight in shining armor and was about to come rescue me. I always liked my men with a bit of an edge. I used to roll my eyes at your chivalrous routine -- 'til you turned it on me. Until you listened to what I had to say and acted interested. Called me on my junk, fought with me, but you never degraded me or called me names, and I got used to it. I liked who I was when I was with you. And I wanted to feel like that, and I started to count on that. And when I did -- poof, you were gone.
Jax: My leaving had nothing to do with you. You know that. I left because of this whole situation with the baby.
Carly: The point is you left. And now it seems that you've been hanging out in Africa, waiting for me to come find you. You fake some nonexistent relationship just to test me, and once again I'm the one that has to beg!
Jax: I'm -- I'm sorry. I never I never wanted that. I never wanted this.
Carly: Well, you know what? It's not going to happen anymore. Because as much as I love being with you, I love my newfound self-respect, and I'm not going to give it up for you and I'm not going to chase after any other man. The games are over, I am done.
Jax: Well, then we've come to an impasse, because I'm just getting started.
Sonny: Hey. Decided I'm such a train wreck, you're going to treat me at home after all? Have a seat.
Lainey: Sonny, you -- listen, you've been making excellent progress.
Sonny: Yes, I have. Thank you.
Lainey: And, um, you've been doing the work --
Lainey: And you put your trust in me --
Lainey: And, uh, I feel terrible that my own arrogance may have hindered your progress.
Sonny: What's going on?
Lainey: I thought I could treat you like any other patient --
Lainey: But I can't.
Sonny: What are you so afraid to tell me?
Lainey: My office was broken into this evening. Your file was stolen -- my tapes, notes, your medical records.
Sonny: With everything I told you in confidence?
Lainey: Everything. And your file was the only one missing, so I have reason to believe --
Sonny: One of my enemies was looking for a weakness -- huh -- and now they found it.
Jason: What are you -- hi. What are you doing?
Elizabeth: I'm just avoiding going home.
Jason: Is it bad?
Elizabeth: Yeah. Yeah, he's having a really hard time coming off of his pills, so he's not exactly pleasant to be around. Huh. And his sister has got herself into a situation that has him all fired up.
Jason: Is there anything I can -- I can do to help you?
Elizabeth: That's the first thing you always ask.
Jason: I like doing things for you.
Elizabeth: Thank you. Unfortunately, there's nothing left to be done. Things fell out a certain way and that's what I'm stuck with. Lucky's addiction really changed everything. I'm learning that I'm not a very good co-dependent after all.
Jason: What are you -- what are you saying?
Elizabeth: I'm just having a really hard time thinking about all the lies, and I'm not going to put myself, nor my child, through that again. Lucky won't go to rehab to get the professional help I know he needs. He thinks he can quit on his own. I told him that I would stick by him and I will -- unless he relapses and he starts using again. And if he does, then I'm out of there.
Lucky: Lulu -- she's in a bad place. I need the pills to stay level so I can help her.
Maxie: I understand.
Lucky: I'm only going to take the pills until I know Lulu's okay, and -- and then I'm going to quit for good.
Maxie: You're going to be a good brother. That's all you're trying to do.
Lucky: It's only temporary.
Maxie: Lucky, you're going to quit when you're ready.
Lucky: Listen, we have to be careful. No one can know that you're giving me more pills.
Maxie: Hey, you don't need to worry. Everything is going to be fine -- as long as we're together.
Lulu: Okay, I'm going to say this again, so put your listening ears on and try and pay attention. What I do about my pregnancy is my business. You need to stay out of it.
Edward: The child that you're carrying is a Quartermaine, and we are not going to disappear quietly in the night. Now, we will support you every way that we can. And once you deliver, if you decide that you don't want to be a mother, we will gladly take custody. But you can't have an abortion.
Tracy: Lulu, terminating a pregnancy might seem like a solution, but you'll regret it.
Lulu: What I regret is that you found out. What I regret is getting pregnant in the first place, so that you all feel entitled to tell me how to live my life.
Dillon: Leave Lulu alone, please. She's absolutely right. This child is mine and hers and we decide what to do with it, not you.
Edward: Don't tell me that you agree to this abortion business?
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Lulu: This is my body.
Dillon: My baby.
Jax: When I left Port Charles, I was giving you an out.
Carly: You wanted to see if I'd chase after you.
Lucky: Elizabeth is my wife. There can never be an "us."
Maxie: What if Elizabeth knew you had these drugs?
Nikolas: You can leave him.
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