General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 10/4/06
Proofread By Brian
Georgie: So, Mike is working on a new recipe for the minestrone. Taste it, tell me what you think.
Georgie: Stomach still hurt from being pumped?
Maxie: Hmm. Thanks for the sympathy.
Georgie: Maxie, was it really worth it? Attempting suicide, almost dying from the stuff they had to pump into you, all for Lucky's attention?
Maxie: Not one of my finer moments, I'll admit. Hmm -- so, does anyone know what rehab facility Lucky's in?
Georgie: No one's told me. You know, Maxie, whatever you're contemplating, don’t.
Maxie: Why can't you just understand that I need to see him?
Lucky: Hi, Mom. I wanted to come tell you myself that I'm at Shadybrook, too. They have this re-- rehab center across the way. At least I'll be close to you. At least -- you know what? There's some good news in all this. Yeah, Elizabeth is pregnant, and I'm going to be a dad.
Robin: Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't know anyone was in here.
Lucky: Is there something that you need?
Robin: Actually, I was hoping to be able to help your mom.
Elizabeth: Gram, Cameron and I will be just fine for the next 24 hours. No, absolutely not. Go to New York, have a good time, give Steven a hug and kiss from me, ok? No, I haven't talked to Lucky yet because I'm not ready to. Oh, Gram, they're paging me, I got to go. Ok, I love you. Have a good trip. Bye.
[Knock on door]
Emily: Hi. You know what? The strangest thing just happened. I stopped into daycare to see Cam --
Emily: And we were having this sweet little bonding moment --
Emily: And he told me that he's having a baby.
Elizabeth: Oh, my God.
Emily: So he did mean you? You're pregnant?
Emily: Why didn't you tell me?
Lorenzo: If there's one thing Sonny should've taught you before he lost his mind is to be a man of your word.
Jason: Get specific.
Lorenzo: You assured me my shipments would run through these ports with no interference. Next thing I know, your men have hijacked my cargo?
Jason: The agreement was you move your shipments through your piers. You violated the agreement; you lost the shipment.
Lorenzo: An example must be made, Jason. So either you come up with a good reason why I should let you live, or these gentlemen will kill you where you stand.
Maxie: So, why do you insist on hanging around Kelly’s so much?
Lulu: Because I work here? What's your excuse?
Maxie: Well, Georgie’s worked here longer; she has seniority. Why don't you just do the decent thing and get another job?
Lulu: Excuse me?
Georgie: Maxie, don’t.
Maxie: Yeah, how do you think my sister feels having to see your face every day? Just reminds her of all the lies you told to try and steal Dillon.
Lulu: Georgie, is this true? Is there something that you want to --?
Maxie: She's too decent to confront you about it.
Georgie: Come on, you guys, please don't do this here.
Lulu: What do you know about being a decent person?
Maxie: At least I didn't get pregnant and abort my baby.
Lulu: You're starting to repeat yourself.
Maxie: Do you know how much that abortion hurt Lucky?
Georgie: Maxie, don't!
Lulu: You're the one who hurt Lucky, ok? You tore apart his marriage and his life, and now he has to spend who knows how long at Shadybrook in rehab.
Lucky: I don't understand how you think you can help my mother.
Robin: Isn't it past visiting hours?
Lucky: I'm in the drug rehab center across the way. It's pain pills.
Robin: Oh, I'm sorry. Please let me know if there's anything I can do to help you.
Lucky: You can tell me how you think you can help my mother.
Robin: I think maybe it's something your father should discuss with you first.
Lucky: Yeah, my father is nowhere to be found, as usual.
Robin: Ok. He didn't run away this time. He's in Paris.
Robin: There is a doctor there. He's developed this non-surgical method of treating someone with psychomotor disassociation like your mom.
Lucky: What method?
Robin: It's a serum. It's called LS49, and it stimulates the cortex in such a way that --
Lucky: Oh, God. That selfish son -- you know what? If Lulu would've known that her mother had a chance of coming back, maybe she wouldn't have had that abortion.
Robin: I made it very clear to Luke that there were no guarantees.
Lucky: Yeah, well, he still should've told me.
Robin: Maybe he didn't want to tell you and get your hopes up before he knew more about it.
Lucky: Well, if you're right about this treatment, I don't want my mother to see me this way. I want to be well and together and taking care of my family.
Elizabeth: I realized I was pregnant only a few weeks ago, and I was going to tell you, I swear I was. Nikolas knows because he was there at the right time when I needed to talk to somebody. Please don't be mad at me.
Emily: No, I'm not mad. I'm just -- I'm hurt. You're my best friend. I thought you could confide in me.
Elizabeth: And I do, I do. It's just that right now things are -- are really complicated.
Emily: Ok, so what aren't you telling me?
Elizabeth: Well -- um -- Mac found out that Lucky and Maxie are sleeping together, and that he was getting pills from his daughter, so he fired Lucky from the force. And then Lucky came up with this brilliant idea of trying to impress Mac by making a bust -- without his badge -- and that was by framing Jason.
Emily: What? That's crazy.
Elizabeth: He was trying to plant drugs on him. And so I went down to the pier to warn Jason and to keep them from shooting at each other, but Lucky was so high he just started firing anyway.
Emily: What, at Jason?
Elizabeth: No, at me -- not on purpose. He -- he thought there was some stupid ambush, so he just started shooting without looking.
Emily: Oh, my God, Elizabeth thank God you weren't hit.
Elizabeth: I know, I could've been killed. And that's when I told them I was pregnant.
Emily: I'm so sorry.
Elizabeth: But, you know, it's ok because it got him into rehab.
Emily: Lucky's always talked about the life you'll have together, and now he can get out of rehab and be the wonderful man that we all know he is, and you and Lucky can raise Cam and the baby together.
Elizabeth: If it's his child.
Emily: Wait, what do you mean? Elizabeth, you'd never cheat on Lucky.
Elizabeth: Is it really cheating if you've already decided that your marriage is over because you walked in on your husband and Maxie in your apartment?
Emily: Look, Lucky was wrong, and I'm not judging you, but I don't even know why you would turn --
Elizabeth: It was Jason. I may be pregnant with your brother's baby.
Jason: Your shipment's in the old packaging plant on Smith Street. Maybe you'll get to it before the cops do, maybe you won’t.
Lorenzo: So this was another warning?
Jason: Stick to your side of the street.
Lorenzo: You steal from me again, even temporarily, and I will make an example of you.
Jason: What -- what was that about?
Lorenzo: To show you that I would.
Jason: Like I said, you stick to neutral ground; we're not going to have any problems. But this time your shipment cut across our waters, and you're waving to the Coast Guard like you want to get caught.
Lorenzo: I have friends in high places.
Jason: I'm not impressed with your friends.
Lorenzo: Look, the price for interfering with my operations is blunt. Yours, your men, Sonny's -- I don't give a damn who's in charge. You got lucky in South America. Sonny may not be so fortunate in Puerto Rico. That's right. I enjoy following every stumbling step he takes as he tries to scratch his way back to the top. It's really sad how far he's fallen.
Elizabeth: It was the night of the blackout, and Lucky and Maxie were in my apartment, I had $4 in my wallet and a maxed-out credit card.
Emily: What about your grandmother's?
Elizabeth: I promised her that I would go work things out with Lucky. How was I supposed to go back and tell her that Lucky was too busy getting it on with Maxie to even care?
Emily: So you ended up at Jason’s?
Elizabeth: Yeah. And he was -- he was really sweet and very -- very comforting. And he was hurting over the -- the whole breakup with Sam, and it just -- it just happened. It just happened, and we were there for each other.
Emily: And now you're pregnant.
Elizabeth: But we did use protection -- it just wasn't very effective.
Emily: Oh, no. What, Enduros?
Elizabeth: Uh -- yeah.
Elizabeth: Jason -- I guess he's loyal to the family brand.
Emily: What about Lucky?
Elizabeth: Well -- um -- Lucky -- it was just a few days earlier and it was more spontaneous and we didn't use anything.
Emily: So the baby's probably Lucky's?
Elizabeth: Probably. And I feel really bad about keeping this a secret from Jason, but I think he's been very preoccupied lately, and I'm sure it's not even crossed his mind that this baby could be his.
Emily: So I take it Lucky doesn't know about Jason?
Elizabeth: No. Oh, my God Emily, no, and he can't find out. He thinks this baby is his. This is the whole reason why he's turning around his life. And Nikolas doesn't know, either, and you know what? It's -- it's nobody's business.
Emily: Except Jason’s. Elizabeth, if there's any chance that he could be the father of this baby, then you've got to tell him.
Elizabeth: First, I need to get a paternity test. And then I need to do what's best for Cameron and this baby, no matter who the father is.
Lucky: How long have you known about this LS49?
Robin: I knew about it when I was living in Paris, but the results have just now started to come in. I thought of Laura immediately. But I think Luke wanted to talk to Dr. Legrasse in person before he discussed it with you.
Lucky: When will he be back?
Robin: I don't know. But Luke does understand that this treatment is highly experimental. You need to understand that, as well. For every patient who responds positively to the treatment, there are hundreds who don’t.
Lucky: But -- but you think it'll help my mother?
Robin: That is my opinion. But it is also Dr. Drake's opinion that Laura is too far gone to be brought back.
Lucky: As long as we're still breathing, there's hope.
Robin: Listen, I know that you and Luke don't always see eye to eye and, believe me, I am the poster child for parent/child conflict. But he didn't tell you where he was going because he didn't want to give you false hope. He wanted to make sure that Laura had a real chance. Please try and respect him for that.
Lucky: You know what? I've got to get back to my room. I have a lot of thinking to do.
Robin: Call me if you have any questions about the treatment.
Robin: I have no idea if this miracle drug is going to work on you. But if it does, you've got a lot of miracles to work on your own family. Hey -- didn't I leave you at home with a cup of soup and a thermometer in your mouth?
Patrick: You do look familiar, yeah.
Robin: This is a hospital, Dr. Drake. We're here to cure people, not infect them with our Streptococci viruses.
Patrick: Hey, you worked your magic. Thanks to that microwave soup and that amazing back rub you gave me, I feel like a new man. It had something to do with the antibiotics, I'm sure, too.
Patrick: How's Laura Spencer?
Robin: No change, but hopefully there will be soon.
Patrick: So tell me, doctor, what is the difference between optimism and delusion?
Robin: You know what? Don't start with me, ok? I will fight with you forever on this one. I believe that Laura Spencer can be cured.
Lulu: I was told that my brother's getting ready to go into a group meeting, and I wanted to get my name on the list so that I could visit him. What is this, a prison or a hospital? Hello? Hello? Control freak. I need some chocolate. It's the only way to shake off the fascists at Shadybrook.
Georgie: Uh -- how do brownies sound?
Lulu: How about two?
Georgie: Ok. I know that this is hard for Lucky, and it's hard for everybody, but it's going to get better. I'm just really, really sorry he had to go into rehab.
Lulu: Yeah, yeah. I'm really sorry that Maxie threw her skanky self at my brother while he was drowning in drugs, and I'm even more sorry that she kept him addicted so that he would sleep with her. Because we all know that he would never touch her skanky self if he were in his right mind.
Georgie: You know, Maxie’s not the only one who did skanky things this summer.
Lulu: You're right. I'm just as bad as Maxie, if not even worse.
Dillon: Don't do that.
Lucky's voice: "I miss telling you things, Elizabeth. Not just since I've been here, but for months. I've been so lost. But I feel some hope for the first time in a long time. The idea of getting rid of my addiction and being your husband again, Cam's father, and raising our baby together --"
[Knock on door]
Lucky: Come in. Is it time for group?
Maxie: Wouldn't you rather do it one-on-one?
Lucky: You need to leave.
Maxie: Dr. Jones at your service. I've missed you so much.
Lucky: Ok, you shouldn't be here.
Maxie: I'll leave -- right after we talk. I couldn't let you go through this alone, Lucky. I mean, the two of us, we could do anything together.
Lucky: Ok, there is no "two of us." Everything has changed, Maxie. Elizabeth and I are going to have a baby.
Bernie: We got problems.
Jason: I know, I know. I just saw him on the docks. Alcazar's flexing his muscles, saying we can't touch him.
Bernie: Yeah. What do you want to do?
Jason: Put guards on Sonny's kids -- and Sam --
Jason: Ok? And we're going to let Alcazar land his next shipment just to see what happens.
Elizabeth: Jason? I'm sorry to bother you.
Jason: No, it's ok.
Elizabeth: Could you meet me? I really need to talk to you about something.
Jason: Uh -- yeah. I'm just taking care of some business with Bernie, and --
Elizabeth: Ok, well, afterwards, as soon as possible. I would really appreciate it.
Jason: Is something wrong? Elizabeth? Are you -- are you all right?
Elizabeth: Yeah. Uh -- I -- I'm sorry to bother you when you're so busy. You know what? This can wait. This can wait. I'll just talk to you later, ok? Bye.
Bernie: See, I think Alcazar is testing you. He wants to see how far he can push you.
Jason: What -- what'd you say?
Bernie: Alcazar -- he doesn't want a war --
Jason: Yeah -- no, no, Alcazar -- he's got government connections. He's got someone local on the payroll, inside protection. It makes him act bulletproof.
Bernie: The mayor?
Jason: More like the D.A., Bernie.
Bernie: Uh -- look, all due respect, I -- we live in very delicate times. I think we got to pick our battles carefully.
Jason: Ok, what are you saying?
Bernie: I'm saying that you hate Ric --
Jason: Yes, I do.
Bernie: Yes -- and I think it is beginning to interfere with your judgment, because there is no evidence --
Bernie: Whatsoever that Ric is working with Alcazar, and until there is, I think it would be a big mistake to eliminate him.
Lucky: The idea of becoming a father made me realize that I was flushing my life away with pills, and I need to save my marriage.
Maxie: Don't you get it, Lucky? Elizabeth doesn't love you.
Lucky: Well, she just didn't want to be married to an addict. If I'm in recovery, she'll take me back.
Maxie: How far along was Elizabeth before she told you she was pregnant?
Lucky: She -- she was scared to tell me before.
Maxie: Right. Wake up, Lucky. She knew she was pregnant when she left you. She just didn't care.
Lucky: Listen, I know you're upset.
Maxie: Who brought you to rehab?
Lucky: Nikolas, but what does it matter?
Maxie: Has she even bothered to call you since you've been here? Is she standing here fighting for you to get better like I am? Is she willing to give up everything?
Lucky: I hurt Elizabeth.
Maxie: Yeah, well, you hurt me, too! You used me to get pills for you, and then you slept with me because you said she didn't understand you, and I am still here!
Lucky: And you shouldn't be. I'm sorry that I hurt you. I know that I need to make amends, but I can't do it the way you want me to. Elizabeth needs me now, and we're having a baby.
Maxie: What about me?
Lucky: The best thing for me to do is to stay away from you.
Maxie: Please don't say that.
Lucky: You almost died because of me.
Maxie: Look --
Lucky: I'm not good for you.
Maxie: If you think that I am just going to walk away from you, then you're wrong. I'm not like her, ok? I don't abandon people that I care about.
Lucky: Maxie, I'm letting you go, now. I'm starting over. If you want to help me, Maxie, here's your chance. I need to go to group, and I need to get well. And you need to leave.
Maxie: You know, you have this pretty little fantasy that you're going to have a family with Elizabeth. But when that dream comes crashing down, I'm still going to be here. Because I know what it's like to have your heart broken, and I'm not going to leave you.
Lulu: It's ok, Dillon. You don't have to "do the right thing" anymore. You're off the hook.
Dillon: Ok. I just don't want you to put yourself down.
Lulu: No, it's ok. Georgie and I were just talking about how we all spent our summer vacation. She was cheated on, lied to, and divorced, and Maxie had an affair and drove my brother into rehab, and I lied big-time, got knocked up, and had an abortion. Wow -- looks like I'm the big loser here.
Georgie: Lulu, I wasn't making comparisons, and I wasn't --
Lulu: No, just stop judging me! You didn't have to make the decision that I did, but you get to criticize me for it?
Dillon: She wasn't criticizing you.
Lulu: While her and Maxie were having tea parties and playing dress up when they were little, I was freezing my butt off, ice fishing with my dad while he was sucking on bourbon, talking about the good old days on the run with my mom and singing Etta James songs.
Dillon: Etta James? She's a blues singer from the 1960'S.
Lulu: Just forget it. Dillon, it doesn't matter -- that's the point. I'm tired of having to explain myself.
Georgie: Lulu, nobody asked you to.
Lulu: You think I'm weird, and maybe I am! But I -- I just -- just because I'm different, doesn't make me a bad person. I'm sick of having to explain myself, just everyone leave me alone.
Dillon: Hmm. "We boil at different degrees." Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Georgie: Lulu completely misread me. I wasn't making a comparison. Like I've ever been normal? I've always been out of sync.
Dillon: No, you're incredibly smart. That's not what Lulu means when she says "different," trust me. Being different's lonely. It's hell.
Robin: I just checked the on-call room and there's no one in there.
Patrick: Is that a proposition?
Robin: Actually, I was thinking you could take a nap.
Patrick: Stop coddling me, I'm fine.
Robin: Listen, if you push yourself too hard while you're recovering from Strep, you could relapse. And, I'm sorry, but the hospital needs you -- so do I. So, please, just go home -- or better yet, go back to my house and get in bed and rest.
Patrick: Oh, I see. So you're upset that I'm not lying helpless in your bed?
Robin: Helpless in bed is really not my idea of a good time. I don't understand what you're trying to prove.
Patrick: That I'm infallible, healthy has a horse. You don't get to be the only one, you know.
Robin: Oh, I didn't know this was a competition.
Patrick: I don't want you to make me look bad by comparison.
Robin: Ok, yeah, yeah, I have to say something. There is no way that you could ever look bad doing anything.
Patrick: I love it when you show me your soft, squishy side.
Robin: Just to remind you I'm human.
Lorenzo: Dr. Scorpio?
Lorenzo: I have a message for you to deliver to your father.
Robin: I'm working right now.
Lorenzo: Robert Scorpio is the one who spirited Skye Quartermaine out of town. So I will hold him personally responsible for anything that happens to her or my child.
Patrick: Robin has nothing to do with your problems, Mr. Alcazar.
Lorenzo: With all due respect, doctor, this is family business. I want your father to understand that I believe in an eye for an eye.
Patrick: Are you threatening her?
Robin: No, just -- you don't intimidate me, and you don't intimidate my father.
Lorenzo: Let me be clear. I want my child. Tell him.
Patrick: What the hell was that?
Robin: I don't know. But I'm glad you were here.
Jason: Just do me a favor. Um -- keep an eye on Alcazar. I don't like surprises, I don't want any surprises.
Bernie: But he needs to be stopped as soon as possible.
Jason: That's up to Sonny.
Bernie: You think that he -- he can make that kind of decision?
Jason: I wouldn't ask if I didn't think so.
[Knock on door]
Emily: Hey. Hi. I got your call.
Jason: Keep in touch with me? Ok. Is everything ok with grandfather?
Emily: Yeah, he -- he's a little hung-over, but it's nothing to worry about.
Jason: Ok. Does -- does he do that a lot? Does he go out and get drunk like that?
Emily: There's some problem at E.L.Q. He's worried about a class-action lawsuit.
Jason: Does he talk about Alcazar a lot? That's what I really need to know.
Emily: Sometimes. Uh -- he's worried, you know, about Skye having to go into hiding to have her baby. He really wants another great-grandchild.
Jason: Ok, I just -- right now, Alcazar is very dangerous, so if grandfather's talking about provoking him, I want you to let me know right away, ok?
Emily: Jase, are you ok?
Jason: Yeah. Why -- why do you ask?
Emily: You just seem preoccupied.
Jason: Have you talked to Elizabeth?
Emily: Uh -- yeah, I spoke to her at the hospital.
Jason: Well, she just -- she called me not long ago and she seemed upset. I was just hoping you knew why.
Emily: Elizabeth is dealing with a lot. She told me how Lucky found out that she's pregnant, that he tried to frame you and nearly shot Elizabeth.
Jason: Yeah, and I took her to the hospital. The doctor said that she and the baby are both ok.
Emily: Yeah. You know, Lucky's one of my oldest friends, Jase. I -- I love him a lot. He's this great guy who lost his way, but he's getting help. I really believe that he's going to do whatever it takes because he sees himself as the father of this baby now.
Jason: Lucky's got to get better for himself, not for Elizabeth, not for the baby, not for --
Emily: No, but not everyone's like you, Jase. We don't all see the present and the future so practically.
Jason: Ok, don't -- don't misunderstand me. I do, I feel bad for him. I mean, this guy -- he had a great life, he threw it away. I hope he can get it back.
Emily: Speaking of getting lives and people back -- do you see Sam much?
Jason: She's got a lot on her mind. You know, she's dealing with Alexis' cancer.
Emily: That doesn't mean that you don't miss each other. Did you ever think that breaking up with Sam was a mistake?
Jason: People do things they regret. And they get upset and angry and do more things, and it's really hard to forget.
Emily: Well, that -- that's a lot of what Elizabeth’s going to have to go through if she wants to save her marriage. You know, trying to get past Lucky's flaws, forget his weaknesses, get over the anger. Maybe you could do that with Sam.
Georgie: I never came down on Lulu about the abortion. Maxie was trying to get information about what rehab clinic Lucky was in, and things just went south from there. After Maxie left, Lulu was, you know, trashing Maxie about all the things that she'd done to Lucky, when I just pointed out that Lulu had done some pretty skanky things herself. And I was talking about her lying to you so you would sleep with her.
Dillon: I know, but she thought you meant the abortion.
Georgie: Right. I believe in Lulu's right to choose; I always have. But when she was moralizing about all the wrong that Maxie had done after everything she had done -- that was hypocritical.
Dillon: Yeah. I mean -- well, she lied, but I believed it.
Georgie: And you own it. You haven't tried to weasel your way out of it or justify it. Dillon, you have a kind, caring heart.
Dillon: I had a kind, caring heart. Trust hasn't done a whole lot for me lately.
Georgie: This is why I'm angry with Lulu -- right here. Before this summer, you had so many dreams and so many aspirations. After you survived the epidemic, you were going to be a writer. You were going to direct what you had written and they were going to be your visions realized. Luke Spencer was your idol, not Donald Trump.
Dillon: Yeah, well, a lot of good that did me.
Georgie: Business section, "Capital" magazine, "Investor's news"? Dillon, this isn't you. You changed your entire major and shut out the part of you that is you. You're behaving like Edward Quartermaine’s grandson.
Dillon: Georgie, do you know how many guys would kill to have been born into my family?
Georgie: I don't care about them, because you're not one of them. Dillon, being different isn't a bad thing. But denying who you are -- that's a crime. Lulu didn't just tell a couple of lies to get you to sleep with her -- I could handle that. She changed the entire direction of your life, and I may never forgive her for that.
Patrick: I'm not sure why you want to talk to me about this, Luke. You've been dealing with Robin the whole time. Of course everyone deserves a second opinion. I'm just not sure you're going to like mine. Ok. Even if the clinical trials are proven successful -- which is questionable -- I'm still not sure I'd recommend LS49 in Laura’s case. It could cause her condition to deteriorate. Laura is suffering from psychomotor disassociation. She can't function or respond, but she can sit up and swallow food if it's fed to her. LS49 could cause her to be in a completely vegetative state.
Robin: Luke? Hi, it's Robin. Yes, although Dr. Drake is giving you his professional opinion, he happens to be dead wrong. Luke, Dr. Drake has problems with abstract concepts, and I know that you don't because you live a very abstract life. So why don't I discuss Dr. Drake's point of view with him, and then I will get back to you. Great. Oh -- please tell Dr. Legrasse I said hello. Thank you. Excuse me.
Patrick: He asked for my professional opinion.
Robin: Why do you refuse to admit that you could be wrong about this?
Patrick: You're the one that's refusing to admit you could be wrong.
Robin: You've never even met Dr. Legrasse or his patients, and you want to dismiss anything that you can't confirm with an x-ray or your heavily insured hands.
Patrick: You're selling Luke Spencer a fantasy.
Robin: Listen, when it comes to the human brain, no one is better than you, but not all problems can be solved with your surgical brilliance.
Patrick: Robin, don't make this personal.
Robin: You just told Luke that I was no better than a charlatan shoving wacky theories down his throat. That's not personal?
Patrick: Laura Spencer is beyond help. To imply otherwise is cruel to her and her family.
Robin: People have been known to come out of their catatonic states and live happy and healthy lives.
Patrick: Laura has been in a catatonic state for years. She has psychomotor disassociation.
Robin: I know what she has.
Patrick: Ok, so the experimental drug could take away all the last vestiges of her quality of life. Instead of sitting in a rocking chair, she'll be laying in a bed with a feeding tube in her stomach.
Robin: Or she could be walking and talking and loving her family.
Patrick: Sure -- if you believe in miracles.
Robin: Hey, look at me. When I was diagnosed 11 years ago with HIV, if someone would've told me that I would be standing here telling you what an arrogant jerk you are, I wouldn't have believed them.
Patrick: Robin, you're making this about you again.
Robin: I'm illustrating a point.
Patrick: The man asked me for a professional opinion. When I counsel a patient before a procedure, I base my information on facts, not wishful thinking.
Robin: Facts are only part of the story. I don't understand why you have to quantify every little thing.
Patrick: I don't understand why you have to disagree with everything I say.
Robin: Well, when you're wrong, I'll disagree.
Patrick: Ok, but that's not a professional opinion.
Robin: You waived the right to be treated as a professional when you undermine months of my work. Now I have to go and call Luke back and undo all the damage that you just caused.
Patrick: You hungry?
Patrick: 20 minutes.
Robin: See you.
Lulu: I'm so confused. I don't even know where to begin. I want to make my life count for something. I mean, I have to after the choices that I've made.
Dillon: Take a step back, Lulu. The only one who's judging you is you.
Lucky's voice: "None of us can take back the things that we regret, no matter how much we want to. What keeps me going are the possibilities that we can go back to what we once were. That you can forgive me, love me the way you used to. I want to look in the mirror again and be proud of who I see. I want to look at you again and see our magic. We have enough magic for each other, for Cam, and for the little boy -- or girl -- you carry now, the one who makes our family complete."
Singer: Where you are
[Knock on door]
Elizabeth: Hey. I know I said it could wait, but -- Em. I -- I didn't know she was here. What are --?
Emily: Yeah, I just came to give Jason an update on our grandfather. So -- and I have to get to work, so I'll see you later. Bye.
Jason: Uh -- there's something Emily wasn't saying.
Elizabeth: Jason, I -- I know we talked about not telling anyone about the night we had together.
Jason: You told her? She didn't say anything.
Elizabeth: She was really hurt that I didn't tell her about the pregnancy, and I tried to explain to her it was because I was afraid that she might tell and --
Jason: Tell who?
Elizabeth: Well, tell Lucky because, you know, I wasn't ready for him to know yet. And then I told her that she -- that, well, Lucky tried to frame you and that you have always been really kind to me. It just -- it just came out that the night of the blackout, you know, we were together.
Jason: It's ok.
Elizabeth: She doesn't know anything about Ric and Sam. I won't tell her, I swear. Because I really want you and Sam to work things out. And I just hope the night we spent together -- as amazing as it was -- never gets in the way of your happiness.
Jason: What if I'm the father of your baby?
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Georgie: You're pregnant?
Maxie: I haven't taken the test yet.
Nikolas: Why would anyone want to kill you?
Emily: Who would do something like that?
Carly: You don't care if Alexis lives or dies. Sooner or later, it's going to catch up to you.
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