General Hospital Transcript Monday 10/2/06
Proofread By Brian
Michael: Is it broken?
Sonny: Uh -- it just says to push this button. I don't know.
Michael: Does it have any batteries?
Sonny: That's the first thing I put in. Wow.
Carly: Hey! Thank you. So, what's going on here?
Michael: Oh, well, dad just broke the robot.
Sonny: You know --
Carly: Can I take a look at that?
Sonny: Yes, you can. You just got to hit that middle button, and then it directs it or something. Don't show me up to the kids.
Morgan: I have no idea why these browns --
Carly: Hey! Hey there. Thanks for picking me up here.
Jax: My pleasure.
Carly: Hi. Oh, your -- um -- toy, your dinosaur here, it's -- it's not working all of a sudden.
Sonny: Yeah, Carly was trying to help me out and, you know, I'm not very good at this stuff.
Jax: You mind if I take a look?
Carly: Sure. Please do. Go ahead.
Morgan: Please do.
Jax: Have you tried resetting the memory?
Carly: Hmm -- wish I could.
Morgan: I tried.
Jax: It's easy -- you just turn it on and turn it off and turn it back on again.
Morgan: It doesn't seem to when it's up.
Jax: Here. Give that a try.
Carly: There you go. Thank you.
Michael: Thanks, Jax, you're the best.
Carly: Here you go.
Epiphany: Dr. Trent said you wanted to see me?
Alexis: I wanted to pick your brain, if that's ok? It's about chemotherapy. I've elected not to have it, and -- well, it's against the recommendation of my doctors. I'm still doing research.
Epiphany: What do you want from me, Ms. Davis?
Alexis: Alexis, please. You've probably treated, what, thousands of chemo patients, and -- and you have the reputation for being one of the best nurses at the hospital. So, is it as bad as they say?
Alexis: Ah. Hmm. Could -- could you be a little more specific?
Epiphany: I have personal experience with chemotherapy.
Alexis: As a patient?
Epiphany: It was hell.
Nikolas: All right, what if Lucky manages to get through this? What if he comes home clean and committed to staying that way? What if he works the program and he looks and acts like the man you married, the man you've loved most of your life? Could you take him back?
Elizabeth: If Lucky gets sober, does that give him, like, a free pass for everything that's happened -- all the lies and the accusations towards me -- because I'm having a really hard time erasing all those memories from my mind.
Nikolas: But that doesn't answer my question. Does the hurt outweigh the good; does it outweigh the commitment that you made to each other? Could you take him back, or is it too late?
Elizabeth: Lucky keeps telling me that he loves me. But the man I was in love with disappeared months ago. So as far as I'm concerned, my marriage is over, and this baby doesn't change anything.
Sam: Jason, I know you can't shake the image of me and Ric. It's not easy for me, either. How do you think I feel? I've got to be at that hospital every day. I've got to see Elizabeth every day --
Jason: I know.
Sam: Knowing what the two of you have done.
Jason: I know. What do you want to do?
Sam: I want to get past this.
Jason: Ok, so do I.
Sam: How? Jason, just tell me how, please. How do I make you believe in me again? How do I make you trust me? Again, how do I trust you?
Michael: Thanks, Jax.
Jax: No worries. Glad I could help out, buddy.
Carly: Ok --
Jax: Good night.
Carly: You ready to get out of here?
Morgan: Good night --
Sonny: Carly was looking forward to this.
Carly: Yes, I was.
Jax: Um -- have you heard about Alexis? She's decided against the chemotherapy.
Sonny: Why -- why is she objecting to chemo?
Jax: Because she feels she's -- she's too weak, and she feels that if she does the chemo, it would weaken her immune system even more, which would cause her to die.
Carly: Well, I -- I thought chemo was supposed to save her life.
Jax: Well, there are no guarantees. She wants to stay as strong and in control for as long as possible.
Sonny: You told her it wasn't a good idea, right, Jax?
Jax: I told her that a lot of, you know, people loved her, and that her friends and family will support whatever she decides.
Sonny: You went along with her?
Jax: I told her the odds were in -- in favor of chemo, but it's not my decision, it's -- it's hers.
Sonny: Well, I mean, as a friend, you didn't tell her that the cancer could kill her if she doesn't do chemo?
Jax: Well, I suppose I could've bullied and threatened her, but that's probably something that you would do.
Alexis: I'm sorry if I overstepped.
Epiphany: I had breast cancer. They caught it early; chemotherapy saved my life.
Alexis: What treatment modality did you use?
Epiphany: The most aggressive.
Alexis: How did it affect you?
Epiphany: My hair fell out, I was sick as a dog for weeks, and I caught a secondary infection that put me in the hospital.
Alexis: Was it worth it?
Epiphany: I'm standing here talking to you, aren't I? I get up and I go to work every day. I have a good life, and as of July 24, I've been cancer-free for 10 years.
Alexis: That's great. That really is great. The odds are definitely in your favor now. Unfortunately, my situation is totally different than yours.
Epiphany: I wasn't sitting around, wringing my hands, and reading printouts from the internet. My son had been placed in a program for gifted kids. They told me he could go to an Ivy League college. He couldn't do that if I wasn't working. So I had to get better, and did.
Alexis: The recovery rates for lung cancer aren't very impressive.
Epiphany: They're much better than they were five years ago -- if chemotherapy is involved.
Alexis: Do you think I should have the chemotherapy?
Epiphany: Alexis, you have to do what is good for you. Let's say you play the odds and you have the chemotherapy, and you did everything your doctors told you to do. There are still no guarantees.
Nikolas: I understand that you're hurt and you need to protect yourself and --
Elizabeth: Not just myself, my children.
Nikolas: Elizabeth, Lucky loves Cameron, and he's the father of the child that you're carrying. I mean, if you're here waiting for him when he gets out of rehab, he'll have his family. Don't you think that would be a huge help?
Elizabeth: I have sent Cameron away and put this unborn baby at risk trying to help Lucky. I have neglected my job, my friends, Cameron. I have put myself in the line of fire trying to help Lucky. I have no more help left to give.
Nikolas: He's in detox because he loves you.
Elizabeth: Oh. I know this sounds cold, but I have got to take myself off Lucky's roller coaster.
Nikolas: What -- what am I supposed to say to him? Huh? How do I tell my brother that everything he's going through right now won't make a difference?
Lorenzo: It has occurred to me that you could be arranging a war where you walk away the winner -- after Jason and I destroy each other.
Ric: You're the one who came to me, remember? You needed another government official by your side, so here I am. You got any better ideas? I'd be happy to hear them.
Lorenzo: Morgan doesn't strike me as especially volatile. He may not like it if you hit on his ex, but there's no guarantee that he's going to sit back, lose his reason, and make himself vulnerable.
Ric: Jason is in an impossible position -- he can't kill me because I'm Sonny's brother. And I'm sure deep down somewhere, he thinks that if I slept with Sam once, that maybe I'll do it again. Jason doesn't deal in ambiguities and uncertainty, you know that. He likes black and white, so that makes him vulnerable.
Lorenzo: You hope.
Ric: Don't worry about it. I'll use Sam to provoke Jason. He'll get careless. You'll have every opportunity to move in and kill him. I won't press any charges. Sonny won't be very good without his right-hand man, so Port Charles is yours. All you have to do is take Jason out.
Sam: I miss you. I miss talking to you, and not -- not about our relationship. Jason, I miss talking to you about the everyday things. I miss hearing how your day was. I miss -- I want to know if traffic was bad or not. I just --
Jason: Sam, I -- I can still do that. I'll -- I'll take whatever -- whatever time I can with you.
Sam: Hello? Oh, Ric, can you please just get to the point?
Emily: Cocktail hour's been over for a while.
Edward: Why aren't you at the hospital?
Emily: My shift is over.
Edward: Yeah? Monica tells me you've been getting careless about answering your pages.
Emily: I've got my pager right here, don't you worry.
Edward: What happened? You used to be the responsible one.
Emily: Grandfather, you never drink this way. What is wrong with you?
Edward: E.L.Q. may be facing a major class-action lawsuit. Mm-hmm. I've tried to contain it, but that Enduro scandal may break at any second. And we -- we brought it on ourselves. Hey, hey, hey -- I saw that. Buddy, if you want your tip, you keep them coming.
Emily: Let's go home. Come on.
Edward: I could've fired that bartender once. I owned this town! My hotel was right here. I studied all the potential and I invested wisely, and I turn my back for an instant, and it all went up in flames. Oh, what a waste, what destruction, and -- and what have we learned? Skye's gone. I may never have a chance to see her child. And, of course, Dillonís child no longer exists.
Emily: Lulu's pregnancy was terminated in the first trimester.
Edward: You know, that -- that baby of -- of Dillonís could've had the savvy of a Spencer and the style of a Quartermaine -- uh-huh -- and Lilaís eyes.
Emily: Well, there's no point in thinking about what might've been, huh?
Edward: Oh? What fool told you that?
Emily: You did.
Edward: Why on earth would you listen to me? My company put out a defective product on the market, and little Lulu is going to have to carry the weight of her decision for the rest of her life.
Emily: Lulu is going to be all right.
Edward: You don't know that. You don't know about Skye, either. We don't even know where Skye is. We don't know whether she's had her baby or not.
Emily: We'll hear about Skye when the time is right.
Edward: Oh, this is a bunch of claptrap! You know something? Not too long ago, the Quartermaine family bowed to no one. We didn't make deals, we didn't -- we didn't make deals with -- with gangsters and hide out and everything -- look at us now. I am sitting here in someone else's bar, drinking and dreading a lawsuit that may jeopardize my entire life's work, and -- and I'm worried about -- about Skye. Oh, God, I wish that Jason had killed Lorenzo Alcazar when he had the chance.
Edward: Give me another drink.
Elizabeth: It doesn't matter how much we love Lucky or how much we try and help him. He will do anything; hurt anyone to get more pills. I don't know, maybe -- maybe 30 days in rehab will change everything, God willing. But I can't be the one to save him, neither can this child.
Nikolas: So you're really just going to give up?
Elizabeth: I'm facing the reality.
Nikolas: He needs you, Liz.
Elizabeth: Hey, I've not been the most perfect wife, but I have supported him every step of the way, and all it's done is hurt him.
Nikolas: But he's getting well now. If you could just hang on, the two of you can come out of this even stronger, no?
Elizabeth: Nikolas, things change. The Four Musketeers have grown up. I mean, look how many kids we have between the two of us -- 2 1/2, almost three? And we've had marriages and affairs and heartache and divorce. And how many divorces -- two, three, four? I've lost count.
Nikolas: Ok, all right. I'll back off.
Elizabeth: Thank you. I still love him, and I probably always will.
Nikolas: So then there's hope.
Elizabeth: I realize the love I have for him isn't healthy for either one of us.
Sam: Kristina's having problems at school and the teacher wants a meeting, and Ric -- he's not available, so I've got to handle it. I've got to go instead.
Jason: I -- I understand.
Sam: The teacher wanted to meet with both of us. Jason, that would've been really uncomfortable. I feel like I -- I am only around Ric when it's absolutely necessary.
Jason: You don't have to -- you don't have to explain.
Sam: I know, but maybe I need to explain to myself. Maybe I need to remind myself why I'm actually doing this. I'm doing it for Alexis, I'm doing it for my sisters, I'm doing so my family doesn't blow apart -- I coexist with Ric because I have to. I hate what happened with him as much as you do.
Jason: I know.
Sonny: What about the doctors? How come they're not making Alexis take chemotherapy?
Jax: Because the doctors can only present her with options.
Sonny: And what options are you presenting? Did you tell her like I said, "Hey, you know, Alexis, if you don't do this, you could die. It's cancer here."
Jax: Look, Alexis -- Alexis wants to enjoy every moment of life she has left.
Carly: I can't imagine dying of lung cancer being that enjoyable.
Jax: Well, that's why the doctors want to start chemo -- before the cancer has a chance to metastasize. But Alexis knows the facts, ok, but it's her choice.
Sonny: Oh, is it Kristinaís choice for her mother to die?
Jax: Alexis believes that her best chances are if she doesn't --
Sonny: But, see, that's Alexis rationalizing because she's scared, Jax.
Jax: Well, you know what? Maybe she'll change her mind. But I'll support whatever decision she makes.
Sonny: Does she have an alternative treatment -- like, you know, acupuncture? I don't know what -- what you do. Organic --
Jax: She's researching alternative therapies.
Sonny: Where's Ric in all this?
Jax: What does Ric have to do with this? Ric has nothing -- it's not his choice.
Sonny: No? When you love someone, you take care of them, and you make sure everything gets done to save them.
Carly: I agree.
Sonny: You guys got somewhere to go?
Carly: What are you doing?
Sonny: Have fun.
Patrick: The first meeting is always the toughest.
Elizabeth: Are you sure?
Patrick: Well, it was for me. Just the thought of sitting in a room full of whiners who can't manage their own lives, so they deal with somebody else's -- not to mention the slogans and the terrible coffee.
Elizabeth: Wow. Thanks for the encouragement.
Patrick: But it works, though -- that's the thing. It's not fancy, complicated. It's just a bunch of people dealing with addiction, sharing experiences, strength and hope. It saved my life, my career, my relationship with my father.
Elizabeth: I'm having a hard time picturing you in a meeting.
Patrick: Well, they're not very impressed with the brilliant neurosurgeon thing, so I don't say too much.
Patrick: Yeah, I just listen.
Elizabeth: Well, that I would like to see.
Patrick: Then let's go.
Nikolas: So, has all this research finally brought you to your senses?
Alexis: I take it you're here to pick up the last part of our conversation?
Nikolas: I told you it wasn't over.
Alexis: Oh. There's other options other than chemotherapy.
Nikolas: Then give me a better one.
Alexis: I'm working on it. What happened with the other family crisis you had?
Nikolas: You're changing the subject.
Alexis: Yes, I am.
Nikolas: Ok, I took Lucky to rehab.
Nikolas: You've been too sick to deal with what's been going on. Anyway, Lucky was in a lot of pain after the incident with Manny on the docks. He started taking pills so he could get back to work and he got hooked.
Alexis: Was he taking pills the night Manny went off the roof?
Alexis: I made him a hero.
Nikolas: Yeah, well, whatever happened on the roof that night, Lucky's been in trouble for a long time and finally hit rock bottom a few days ago.
Alexis: What happened?
Nikolas: He set Jason up on a drug bust.
Alexis: Well, that's stupid -- Jason doesn't deal in drugs.
Nikolas: Anyway, he took a wild shot at Jason and almost hit Elizabeth.
Alexis: Was she hurt?
Nikolas: No, but he was -- he was delirious, he was out of control, he -- he thought that the bust would somehow get him his job back.
Alexis: Lucky was fired?
Alexis: Boy, I missed a lot.
Nikolas: You'll miss everything if you don't follow your doctor's advice.
Alexis: Nice segue.
Nikolas: Thank you. I'm sorry, I'm just -- I'm just trying to understand how you're thinking about this. I mean, I don't know, is it a Cassadine thing -- do you want to die?
Alexis: No. I want to live. That's why I'm so afraid of the chemo, because I'm afraid that the chemo's going to kill me before the cancer does.
Jax: I know going to my place is a change of plans.
Carly: Especially since I asked you out to dinner.
Jax: We could still go to dinner if you want. We could fly to Paris. You know, why don't we fly to Paris? Or we could just order out from that French restaurant.
Carly: I don't think it's a good time for you to whisk me off someplace special, do you?
Jax: Yeah, you're probably right. I'm really concerned about Alexis.
Carly: You're scared for her.
Jax: I'd do anything to help her -- even get Sonny riled up enough to go after her himself.
Carly: You did that on purpose?
Jax: Yeah, a little bit. Now I'm hoping that Sonny can get through to her where I failed.
Jason: Hey, Bernieís having problems with the Vista Del Playa. He thinks the numbers are way off.
Sonny: Ok, have Bernie call Alfonso and have him double-check the returns. There's a bigger problem than a light take at one of our casinos.
Jason: Yeah -- Alcazar. He's getting stronger with every shipment he lands.
Sonny: You know why we can't shut him down. I don't want a war right now. I already told you, you know, Alexis refuses the chemo. She's not going to want to deal with this right now, as you know.
Jason: I know. Sam told me.
Sonny: Is she doing anything to change her mind?
Jason: Well, she -- what do you want her to do? She argued with Alexis, told her why the treatment would help, but you know Alexis -- she's not listening.
Sonny: Alexis will die, Jason, without chemo.
Jason: It's -- it's her decision, right?
Sonny: I get that you've learned a lesson -- you're never going to tell anybody what to do or what not to do but, look, I got to think about my daughter here. I got to give her the same, you know, love and protection that I give to Michael and Morgan, except they know me -- that's the difference. To Kristina, I'm just a man who buys her ice cream three times a year and too many Christmas presents. If Alexis dies and I have, you know, Kristina, she's going to look at me like I'm a stranger.
Jason: You know, Nikolas wants Sam to take Kristina and Molly, Sonny.
Sonny: No, no, no, no, no, Nikolas is not making any decisions about my daughter.
Jason: I'm just saying they think it's a compromise, because if Sam could take Kristina and Molly, at least they would stay together.
Sonny: Even if I agreed -- which I'm doubtful -- Ric never would.
Jason: Well, Ric has a lot to hide.
Sonny: Blackmail won't, you know, make Ric sign away his own daughter.
Jason: He could disappear.
Sonny: Jason, listen to me. Killing Ric will not change what happened with Sam.
Woman: Excuse me, Ms. McCall?
Woman: I'm Frances Napier, chairwoman of the Charity Committee at the Salisbury Circle School?
Sam: It's very nice to meet you. I -- I thought I was meeting with one of Kristinaís teachers.
Sam: "Why?" Isn't she having problems at school?
Frances: Kristina? Absolutely not. She's a wonderful student, extremely bright and sensitive. We're honored to have her with us.
Sam: I'm -- I'm so sorry. Why are we meeting?
Frances: Well, I have an idea to present to you and Mr. Lansing.
Sam: Mr. Lansing couldn't be here tonight, so maybe --
Ric: Mrs. Napier? Hi, Ric Lansing. Sorry I'm late. So, shall we get a table?
Alexis: Look, I don't have any control over what's happening to my body. Hell, I don't have any control of what's happening outside of my body. The only thing that I can seem to control right now is what's going on in my mind, and I'm trying to use it, but you all seem to think the cancer is compromising my intelligence, as well, and I can't make a rational decision.
Nikolas: Well, can't you at least understand our concern?
Alexis: There are cancer patients who have survived without chemotherapy.
Nikolas: But what are the odds?
Alexis: They're not impressive.
Alexis: But the odds having lung cancer and having chemo are not impressive, either, and if that's the case, I don't want to spend the rest of my days bald and throwing up, and I don't want to subject my children to it.
Nikolas: Your children are fine.
Alexis: My children are not fine. Do you know that Kristina was in here trying to wake me up from a medically induced coma?
Nikolas: Yeah. Sam told me.
Alexis: Did she tell you that Kristina is frantic? How do you think she's going to feel when she watches me go through chemo?
Nikolas: Don't you think she'll feel worse watching her mother die?
Alexis: I'm not planning on dying.
Nikolas: But you don't have any control over that, Alexis, especially if you give up your best option to survive.
Alexis: No, I just -- I just need someone to support me here. That's all I need is someone to support me.
Nikolas: Growing up, I -- I depended on you to be sane in all the Cassadine madness, my voice of reason. Now, I'm asking you, please allow me to be your voice of reason right now, please.
Alexis: I'm listening.
Nikolas: It makes absolutely no sense for you to refuse chemotherapy.
Nikolas: It's not fair to your children. They need you, and I don't understand why you're not doing everything you can to stay with them.
Alexis: I am doing everything I can.
Alexis: I'm reading everything I can. I'm researching everything I can. I'm doing the best that I can, ok?
Nikolas: I'm sorry. Ok. Ok.
Alexis: You know, and while I'm doing that, Ric is just going to have to take care of the children.
Nikolas: From -- from what I understand, he's not being very supportive right now.
Alexis: He's not perfect. I know he's not perfect. But at least I know that with him, the children will be well taken care of.
Jax: I don't know why Sonny has so much influence over Alexis.
Carly: Because she has a crush on him. That's why Kristina was conceived in the first place. Alexis has convinced herself that she and Sonny have this deep connection and he doesn't have the sense to tell her she's wrong.
Jax: Well, I hope she still believes in that connection so at least he can make her, you know, weigh her options before she decides what therapy to take.
Carly: I know you wish that you were the one saving Alexis from herself.
Jax: Of course. But her life's at stake. I'll take anyone's help, even your ex-husbandís.
Carly: I get that.
Jax: You know, being with Alexis today -- it just made me realize how much I want to enjoy every day as if it were my last.
Carly: We should all live like that.
Jax: Alexis is one of my dearest friends. She might not make it through this. It made me -- made me consider my own death and what I would miss. And then I realized how much I would really hate leaving you behind.
Jason: Sam and I will get past what happened, or we wonít. Ok? Either way, Ric is still dangerous. He hates me, he's obsessed with you, and he always has an agenda. Now, he can play the loving husband, sit by Alexis, hold her hand, shed a tear, promise to take care of the family, but what he's really waiting for is a chance to see you and me dead or in prison.
Sonny: Now that he's been reinstated as D.A., It's easier for him to make that happen, isn't it?
Jason: How long are you going to let it continue?
Sonny: What's the alternative? Ric disappears, Alexis knows it's you, it shocks her, she dies? Or I could tell her that Ric and Sam slept together, right, and that's -- and that's why I can't let Ric raise Kristina. Alexis and Ric split up, she forgives Sam or she doesnít. They may even have a custody battle in court while she has cancer. Does that improve the odds?
Jason: So -- so basically, Alexis is Ricís ticket to do whatever the hell he wants to do?
Sonny: I get that you hate Ric.
Jason: Is that --
Sonny: You got to put that away because we're in a bad position right now, business-wise. Ric is the D.A.; that makes it worse. What does he want more than anything? He wants to lock you up. Don't make it easier on him. Now, you are great at shutting down your emotions. You need to do that where Ric is concerned.
Jason: You always have a reason to keep Ric alive. Sometime you should consider all the reasons for Ric to be gone.
Ric: Well, I hope I didn't keep you waiting too long.
Sam: I thought you said you couldn't make it.
Ric: Well, my meeting was canceled at the last minute.
Sam: I thought you said Kristina was having trouble at school.
Ric: Where'd you get that idea?
Frances: Oh, Kristinaís absolutely no trouble, ever.
Ric: Yeah. You know, you probably just misunderstood, that's all.
Emily: Why don't I drive you home?
Edward: Look at that criminal. Why should he be having his family when I'm losing mine? Skye disappeared because of him. She was -- she was no threat, she presented no danger. All she wanted to do was to keep her child safe, just like any parent. I'm going to show that son of a bitch what I think of him.
Emily: No, you take it easy, grandfather.
Edward: Why didn't he just leave Skye alone?
Emily: Take it easy -- sit down.
Edward: But, no --
Emily: Sit. Sit down.
Emily: Excuse me.
Lorenzo: Scorpio is better at what he does than I thought, because I've got people looking for Skye, but she's vanished.
Diego: Well, then, why keep looking? No, I mean, you two barely starting going out when she got pregnant, right? So she probably doesn't want to be with you.
Lorenzo: Diego, I missed your childhood. I'm not going to make that mistake again.
Diego: Ok, you didn't know about me, pop.
Lorenzo: Because I was arrogant and careless. Imagine if I'd been more responsible, where we would be now.
Diego: Pa, look, we're -- we're doing ok, all right? And I bet that in time, Skyeís probably going to realize that she's better off compromising with you.
Lorenzo: Skye chose to run. There's no more room for compromise.
Carly: Hey. I want you to listen to me.
Carly: More than anything, we have fun and we laugh and we're good at it and we stay in the moment.
Jax: Yes, we do.
Carly: But when things start to get serious -- you know, like when you started to really care about me, you ran halfway across the world to escape.
Jax: But I'm here now.
Carly: And that's huge for me. I mean, the fact that you came back and you admitted that you were wrong and you're willing to make amends and not get caught up in your pride -- I mean, you gave me the courage to risk my heart. And you taught me how. And I'm really scared, but I know that if I don't take this chance, I'm going to miss out on something. I'm going to miss out on you.
Sonny: Why are you refusing chemo?
Sonny: If I can take medication for the sake of my children -- me -- you can, too.
Alexis: Chemotherapy can hardly be compared to taking lithium.
Sonny: It's the best chance I got for a good life, you know? Chemo is for you. Right?
Alexis: Sonny, my immune system is completely compromised. Chemo would just finish it off.
Sonny: You don't think you're being selfish?
Frances: Alexis was the best fundraising chair we've ever had. We need another volunteer parent to take over her duties.
Ric: Do you have an idea of who you want?
Frances: Would you two consider taking the job?
Frances: I know I'm asking a lot at this time, but if you split up the responsibility, it will make it much easier.
Ric: Well --
Sam: My mother needs me right now --
Ric: You know --
Sam: So I don't think it would be a good --
Ric: Although, Alexis would want us to keep up her good work, and I'm sure if she's well enough, she'd like to bring us up to speed as to what she's done so far. She'd want to keep an eye on things.
Frances: Then you'll do it?
Ric: I'm game. What about you, Sam? What about you, Sam?
Carly: Do you remember the night you left me?
Jax: Yes, vividly.
Carly: We made love and you slipped out of bed. And you got dressed and you walked over to the door and you stopped.
Jax: You were awake?
Carly: Yeah, I was.
Carly: And I heard you say you loved me. And I waited for you to close the door so you wouldn't hear me say I love you, too.
Jax: Well, I'm not walking away or closing any doors tonight. And I know that you're awake, so here it goes. I still love you.
Carly: I love you.
Sonny: What's going on here has nothing to do with chemo or immune systems or anything else. You're scared, and you have every right to be scared. You -- you feel trapped, you -- you feel like running, you canít. You feel like you want some control, but you don't have any.
Alexis: I've already had my session with Lainey today, but thank you.
Sonny: You were on the verge of panic and you're pleading for your life. You want to make a deal, so here's the deal. You do exactly what the doctors want you to do. Ok? You do your chemo and you be the best patient they've ever had.
Alexis: And if I don't?
Sonny: Ahem. I -- I will -- I will take Kristina from you the moment you die.
Patrick: So what'd you think?
Elizabeth: I didn't realize how many people were dealing with the same issues. I kind of feel like I've wasted a lot of time focusing only on Lucky.
Patrick: It's kind of a revelation, isn't it?
Elizabeth: Yeah. I just honestly believed that if I was determined enough and I was strong enough and if I loved Lucky enough --
Patrick: But that's not the way it works.
Elizabeth: Yeah, all this time, I thought I was losing the love of my life and my marriage and my dreams. But I figured out what I was really losing is myself.
Emily: Hey. Thanks for getting here so quickly.
Edward: I don't need to be rescued.
Jason: Hey, come on. She just wants you to get home safe. Let's go.
Edward: No, look --
Jason: Just let her -- let her take you home.
Edward: You should've -- you should've killed Alcazar when I asked you to. Skye would be home by now.
Emily: You don't want anyone killed, grandfather.
Edward: Don't tell me what I want, young lady.
Jason: Hey, listen. I'll stay here and keep an eye on him for you, ok?
Edward: All right. You do that. Here.
Edward: Let's go.
Ric: You know what? You can absolutely count on me and Sam to do whatever you need, right?
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Maxie: So are you going to take Lucky back when he gets out of rehab?
Sonny: Chemo is your best chance.
Alexis: It's my life.
Carly: This better be good.
Sonny: Don't hang up, Carly. I just need your help.
Lorenzo: Jason wasn't exactly blinded by jealous rage.
Ric: My plan's working well.
Jason: I knew Ric was putting on a show.
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