General Hospital Transcript Thursday 10/5/06
Proofread By Brian
Lulu: I know that my mom acts like she can't hear what we're saying, but on the off chance that she can, I don't want her to have to listen to you coming down on me for fighting with Georgie.
Dillon: Georgie wasn't fighting you, Lulu. You were fighting yourself.
Lulu: Did you miss the part about how everyone, including you, tried to talk me out of having an abortion?
Dillon: Where, exactly, is this coming from? I mean, are you starting to think that you made the wrong decision?
Nikolas: So we're using this as a temporary tack room while the renovations are being completed.
Alfred: I'll speak with the contractor in the morning about when we can expect the work to be finished.
Nikolas: You were just released from the hospital. I don't want you to push yourself.
Alfred: I'm perfectly capable of supervising your affairs.
Nikolas: Alfred, you had a heart attack. You should be in bed resting, not wandering around a construction site.
Alfred: I came down here to speak with you about a private matter.
Nikolas: Is there a problem?
Alfred: In a manner of speaking. My collapse wasnít due to a heart attack. I believe someone was trying to kill me.
Ric: Oh, I know that you want to surprise the girls, Alexis. I didn't tell either Kristina or Molly that you were coming home tonight. Yes, they're both going to be thrilled that they finally have mommy to tuck them into bed. What time do you want me to pick you up from the hospital? Ok, I'll see you then. After you.
Carly: Save the manners. I know better than to turn my back on you for any reason.
Ric: Well, at the risk of getting your other cold shoulder, I'd just like to thank you.
Carly: Oh. Give me a break. What do you really want?
Jason: When you said you were pregnant, I just assumed the baby was Luckyís. Is there a chance it could be mine?
Jason: This -- this could change everything.
Alfred: I was given a full battery of tests during my stay in the hospital. Dr. Quartermaine found no clinical evidence of a heart condition.
Nikolas: Was there any indication of foul play?
Alfred: Not a trace. However, I'm certain the cause of my collapse was homicidal rather than pathological. I eat a well-balanced diet, I walk briskly around the island twice a day, and come from an extremely healthy stock that hasn't experienced so much as a clogged artery in three generations.
Nikolas: But why would anyone want to kill you?
Alfred: It's merely conjecture on my part, Sir, but I'm assuming it has something to do with my service to you.
Emily: Hi. I don't mean to interrupt. My mother told me that she was releasing you from the hospital, and I just wanted to stop by and see how you were feeling.
Alfred: That's very considerate. However, it may not be wise, under the circumstances.
Nikolas: Alfred has reason to believe that his heart attack was induced.
Emily: You think someone poisoned you?
Alfred: Possibly to gain access to Mr. Cassadine.
Emily: Who would do something like that?
Nikolas: Oh, I think it's quite obvious. There's only one person that lethal -- my grandmother.
Lulu: No, I -- I know that I made the right choice. It's just that something inside of me changed after I had the abortion. It's like I feel like I -- I don't know myself or what I want anymore.
Dillon: No, I know, I know. Me, either. I mean, I -- I did the same thing. I woke up one morning and I realized I wanted to change my major from film to business. I took a look at myself in the mirror and realized what a poser I was with my -- with my pre-distressed t-shirts and my spiky hair. Dillon the art house rebel, right? I mean, what am I rebelling against, though? My trust fund? I -- I was playing a character that I had written for myself -- Dillon, the director. Well, you know, that's about as realistic as Brad Pitt in "Troy."
Lulu: Ok, Dillon, there's nothing wrong with wanting to be a director.
Dillon: No, but I used it as an escape. That's what children do -- they run and they hide -- and I'm not doing that anymore.
Lulu: Why did you come here?
Dillon: Um -- well, I didn't really get to tell you the news because you ran out of Kellyís so fast. But it turns out that you and I are not the only ones affected by E.L.Q. manufacturing faulty Enduro condoms, and the family is -- is expecting an onslaught of lawsuits by other Enduro users.
Lulu: Oh, good. Ok. So what does this have to do with me?
Dillon: Well -- um -- it's going to come down to a question of when did they know, and why didn't they say anything about it? So --
Lulu: Right, because E.L.Q. shouldíve, I don't know, had a press conference or issued a recall, warning people as soon as they found out that the condoms didn't work.
Dillon: I know -- I know that, and they didnít. So it would be really helpful if you and I could just keep quiet about this for a little while.
Lulu: Whoa, Dillon, what?
Lulu: Your family wants us to help with the cover-up when it's their fault that I got pregnant in the first place? Are you -- you can forget it. I'm not going to lie for you or anybody else.
Lucky's voice: "I don't expect you to forget about the past. But I'm praying you'll somehow find a way to forgive me for our baby's sake. I want to be there for every single moment, no matter how big or how small."
Lucky: Elizabeth, it's me. I know you're not ready to talk. I've been trying to write this letter, but it's not the same. I hope I will earn your trust, and I believe I will in time. But right now I just want to hear your voice and know that you and our baby are ok.
Elizabeth: Sorry I didn't tell you sooner.
Jason: Well, you were probably as surprised as I am. We used -- we used protection.
Elizabeth: Yeah, but -- um -- it was defective.
Jason: How do you -- how do you know that?
Elizabeth: Because Lulu got pregnant by Dillon, and she overheard the Quartermaines discussing how E.L.Q. manufactured a defective batch of Enduro condoms.
Jason: That's why you were here that day.
Elizabeth: I didn't lose a necklace. I had to find out what brand you were using.
Jason: Why didn't you just tell me?
Elizabeth: Because I didn't know if I was pregnant or not. I mean, yeah, I had been lightheaded, but I'd been under a lot of stress. And even when Lulu told me about the whole Enduro thing, I still thought I was paranoid to come and check, but I did, and you had them. So I went and had a pregnancy test. And it was positive. Jason, I wanted to tell you, I was going to, but then you left. You went out of town, and by the time you got back, I just thought it was better if I waited.
Jason: Wait for what?
Elizabeth: The paternity test. Lucky and I -- we were together around the time of conception.
Jason: So the baby could be Lucky's or mine?
Elizabeth: But Lucky doesn't know that. I mean, he has no idea that we were together. And here he's finally gotten himself into rehab and he's turning his life around for this baby and -- I'm sorry. That's -- that's unfair.
Jason: What do you mean?
Elizabeth: Well, I just told you, you might be the father of this baby, and here I'm talking about Lucky as if he's the only one who matters.
Jason: It's ok. I mean, you've had a lot of time to think about this. I'm just -- I'm still catching up.
Elizabeth: So do you have any idea of what -- what you'd want if this baby is yours?
Georgie: Maxie? If you went to Shadybrook to try and harass Lucky after everything he's going through to get his life back on track, then you need --
Maxie: Maybe I had a reason to see Lucky.
Ric: You know, you and Sonny made a significant impact on Alexis. I think the thought of Kristina being raised anywhere near you was enough to make her open to chemotherapy, which will ultimately save her life.
Carly: You're welcome. Now, what do you really want?
Ric: Hmm. The same thing any parent wants for their children -- safety and security.
Carly: Wow. Those are not the two words that come to mind when I think about you.
Ric: Oh? Ok.
Carly: Yeah, more like "pathetic" and "twisted."
Ric: Nice. Truth, huh?
Ric: Ok. I'd rather see Kristina and Molly raised by a pack of wolves before I would ever see them go anywhere near you or Sonny.
Carly: Well, a pack of wolves would be a step up from you. You want to clean up Port Charles? Try arresting the local psycho -- yourself. What goes around comes around. Karma's a bitch. Sooner or later, it's going to catch up to you. You don't care if Alexis lives or dies. All you really want is her children so you can use them as leverage.
Ric: No, they're my family. Alexis and the girls are my life.
Carly: I'm the one you locked in a panic room, remember? You chained me to a wall; you tried to steal my baby? Now, if you'd go that far to steal something of your brother's -- well, let's just say raising Kristina in a loving and safe home -- hmm, I don't think so.
Ric: I would never do anything to hurt Kristina. I've treated that child like she's my own.
Carly: But she's not yours. Isn't that the point? You are always going to be second-best to Sonny.
Ric: Oh, you know what? I'll remember next time to thank you. It seems to have triggered a bout of paranoid schizophrenia.
Carly: I'm just not buying the act, Ric.
Carly: Loving father, devoted husband -- that went south the minute you got Sam drunk and, oh, let's just say "took advantage of her."
Ric: Oh, here we go again. Right, Sam -- the innocent, poor Sam. You know what? Unless you were a fly on the wall that night, I don't think you have any room to talk.
Carly: You took advantage of her just like you took advantage of me --
Ric: Oh, right.
Carly: And you haven't paid for that yet, but you will. Because someday, Jasonís going to make you pay for what you did to me, and he'll make you pay for what you did to Sam. I just hope I'm around to watch.
Jason: When Samís baby died, she wanted to have another one as soon as possible. There were complications -- she would've been risking her life if she got pregnant too soon -- so, obviously, we waited. But I knew what she wanted. And then I thought about Michael when he was a baby. I mean, I didn't even consider the danger at first, until I loved him. Until I realized that he depended on me for everything. And what -- what kind of a life was I giving him?
Elizabeth: Are you saying that your life is just too dangerous for a child?
Jason: When Sam got shot in my arms, it scared me so bad I went against everything I believed. I mean, I tried to push her away, control her. I'm never going to do that again. I'm not going to tell someone who to live with, who to be with, how to live their life, but Sam is an adult. If she wanted to risk her life to be near me, that should be her choice. But we're -- we're talking about a baby. I mean, a baby can't make choices. The parents have to choose for them, so that's what I'm thinking about right now. That's what I'm asking myself -- would I choose this life for my child? I don't know.
Elizabeth: Michael and Morgan seem to be stable, happy children.
Jason: Yeah, they're great. I mean, they're great kids. You know, I work very hard to protect them, and Sonny and Carly think the risks are acceptable, but that's their right. But if -- if I'm the father of your baby, and even if I could accept the danger, could you?
Elizabeth: There are other ways to jeopardize a child. Lucky's addiction has turned Cameronís life upside down.
Georgie: You're pregnant?
Maxie: I don't know. I haven't taken the test yet but, you know, I might be.
Georgie: How could you do this?
Maxie: What do you mean, "How could I do this?" It's not like I planned on getting pregnant. It just kind of happened.
Georgie: Oh, just because you happened to sleep with a married man?
Maxie: Come on, Georgie, you can't help who you fall in love with.
Georgie: Wake up, Maxie! Lucky loves Elizabeth, not you. Getting pregnant is not going to change that.
Maxie: Georgie, if I really am pregnant, you stressing me out is the last thing I need.
Georgie: Maxie, a baby is the last thing you need. You better pray that test comes up negative.
Emily: Why would Helena want to kill Alfred? He's not a threat to her or to anyone else.
Nikolas: He has direct access to the Cassadine heir. If he were to meet an untimely death, she could replace him with one of her own people. If she were successful in doing that, she'd have a spy in the house.
Emily: Ok, what if it's not Helena?
Nikolas: My grandmother's the only person that I know who would do something with such careless disregard for human life.
Alfred: Miss Emily has a point, Sir. It would be remiss of us not to consider all viable suspects.
Colleen: Nikolas! Nikolas, thank God you're here.
Nikolas: What? What is it?
Colleen: Your grandmother.
Nikolas: What about her? Did you see her?
Colleen: In the park -- she wanted to hold the baby. I didn't know what to do. I just picked him up and ran back to the launch --
Nikolas: All right, all right, where's Spencer now?
Colleen: He's in his room, Petraís there with him.
Nikolas: Ok. There you have it -- my grandmother's still in Port Charles. We shouldn't even waste our time with other suspects. She's the only one who could've done this to you.
Colleen: Done what?
Emily: Alfred didn't have a heart attack. Helena may have poisoned him.
Nikolas: Yes. My grandmother seems to be getting bolder these days. No one should go anywhere by themselves.
Emily: Wait. I -- I was picked to attend a medical conference in Greece. I'm supposed to be gone for two weeks.
Nikolas: I should go with you. †If Helena finds out that you're alone in Greece, she could go after you next.
Emily: Assuming Helena is the one who poisoned Alfred.
Nikolas: Emily, you know better than anyone how dangerous my grandmother can be. I'd feel better if you didn't take any unnecessary risks while you're there. You can stay at my family's house in Athens.
Emily: You know, I'm -- I'm going to be in -- in Greece for work. I -- I don't think I'm going to have much free time.
Nikolas: That's ok. While you're attending the seminar, Alfred can recuperate in the sun, and Colleen can help me show Spencer his homeland.
Alfred: It sounds quite pleasant, Sir. However, I'm not permitted to fly for a few weeks.
Colleen: I can't go, either.
Nikolas: Why not?
[Knock on door]
Lulu: Hey. Try not to look so disappointed.
Lucky: I'm sorry. I just thought you were Elizabeth.
Lulu: Have you heard from her?
Lulu: So, how are you holding up?
Lucky: Well, I don't know which is harder -- trying to get clean, or not being able to speak to my wife while I'm doing it.
Lulu: I wish that there was something I could do to help.
Lucky: You're here. That's enough.
Lulu: Oh. I -- I didn't think that you'd even want to see me.
Lucky: Why not?
Lulu: Because I went through with it. I had the abortion. If yelling at me is going to make you feel better, you can, you know, go right ahead.
Lucky: You were going through your own hell, and I was only making it worse. I'm sorry.
Lulu: Oh. Well, you -- you were going through your own hell, too.
Lucky: Well, of my own making. I destroyed my entire marriage, my family, my career, just so I could score some pills. How pathetic is that?
Lulu: Ok, well, the important thing is, now, that you're getting help.
Lucky: I don't have much of a choice. If I'm going to be a good father, I got to get my life back on track before the baby comes.
Elizabeth: Cameron has been living with my grandmother since the first week in August. I moved in mid September. That means it's been over a month that my son has been without me. I put Lucky's needs ahead of Cameronís, and I will never do that again.
Jason: Well, if Lucky gets clean, you're not going to have to.
Elizabeth: If. That's a really big "if," Jason. Have you seen the statistics on addiction, how many -- how many addicts relapse? It could be right away; it could take years. I'm not willing to put Cameron through that again. And you know what really hurts, is that Lucky is willing to get clean for this baby. But what about Cameron?† What about me? Are we not worth getting sober for? I'm just angry, I'm bitter, and I don't want to inflict this on my children.
Jason: How can I help?
Elizabeth: You are right now, just by listening. †I kind of like that you don't know what to do with this whole situation, because --
Elizabeth: Neither do I. Somebody's going to get hurt. I just don't want it to be my kids.
Jason: I want you to listen to me. Whatever happens -- if I'm the father or I'm not -- you and Cameron and the baby are going to be ok. I promise you that.
Ric: Let go!
Lorenzo: I can't pick up a paper in this town without finding your picture plastered all over it. It seems your star is rising rather quickly.
Ric: What do you want?
Lorenzo: It's time we discussed your success -- and more importantly, the consequences of your failure.
Mike: All right. Everything's ready except for the chicken fingers, and they'll be done in a couple of minutes.
Carly: I hope there's something else in there besides broccoli.
Mike: Broccoli? Michael can't stand broccoli.
Carly: I'm talking about Morgan. He is the pickiest eater. Oh, no -- I forgot to stop by the hospital and pick up Morganís prescription.
Mike: Ok, don't worry about it. Go by, pick up the prescription. I'll have the food delivered over to your place.
Carly: No, have it sent to Sonny's -- that's where I'm staying. A pipe burst in my kitchen and the whole house was flooded, and Sonny insisted I stay there while he has the repairs made.
Mike: Ah. Well, you really think that's a good idea?
Carly: Well, he turned it into a dare, and I wasn't about to back down. He thinks I can't resist being around him. What I can't resist is deflating his enormous ego. He's jealous that I'm getting serious with Jax, and he's being bad and he's acting out, so --
Mike: Yeah, well, I can't say that I blame my son on that one.
Carly: I know that you resent Jax for lying about Spencerís paternity. But he really was trying to protect your grandson.
Mike: You know what I resent is Jax ignored Courtneyís wishes. She made it very clear to him that she wanted Nikolas to know that he was Spencerís father.
Carly: You know, we all hit rough patches and hurt the ones we love, Mike.
Mike: Which is why you should be very careful. Jax or no Jax, Sonny can play rough.
Carly: I can handle Sonny.
Mike: Yeah -- famous last words.
Lorenzo: Ric, we had a deal. You use Sam McCall to distract Morgan while I move my shipments through his territory, and eventually remove him when he gets careless. I have upheld my end of the agreement, and my shipments keep getting hijacked. Would you care to explain that?
Ric: Maybe you're getting careless.
Lorenzo: What I'm getting is impatient. These are the terms of the new deal. You're going to continue to look the other way while I move as much of my product through this harbor as I see fit. All you have to do is make sure that the proper authorities are looking the other way. If things go well -- well, you can rest and prosecute Morgan till the end of time for all I care.
Ric: I'm not going to be a party to arms smuggling.
Lorenzo: You don't have a choice. The minute I don't have any more use for you, you can be removed.
Ric: Well, you got it all figured out, don't you -- except for maybe one or two things. By the way, where are Skye and your baby?
Lorenzo: Skye is not your concern. Do you understand me?
Ric: Oh, careful, Alcazar. Assaulting the D.A. -- I thought you were smarter than that.
Lorenzo: You try to double-cross me, assault will be the least of your worries, Ric.
Jason: I'm not trying to tell you what to do. All I'm saying is that you could own a house free and clear, you could have enough money to pay someone to help you with the kids if you want to go back to work, or you could just, you know, stay home if you want.
Elizabeth: But, Jason, if it's not your baby, then why would you pay?
Jason: Well, it could -- it could be. And you know what? I don't care what anyone else thinks about the night we spent together. You helped me when I was coming apart. And even if I'm the father or I'm not, I -- I want to help you in return, ok? I want you to have a good life. That's the least you deserve.
Elizabeth: What's Sam going to think about all of this?
Jason: Sam -- we were actually starting to make a little progress. And she asked me just to leave her alone. I mean, you see how I get. I -- I see her and Ric together and I get angry, and she's going through so much with Alexis. She just said it's better if we don't try right now.
Elizabeth: Well, if she doesn't want to face you, it's because she hates herself for being with Ric.
Jason: I don't think I could go to her and -- and just tell her there's a possibility that you're pregnant with my child, but I -- you know, I want to be honest.
Elizabeth: Ok. Well, that's -- that's your call. But I'm thinking maybe it'll be kinder if you don't say anything at all. Jason, why hurt her when we don't even know yet?
Jason: Hey, Elizabeth? When -- when are you going to know?
Elizabeth: I can take the test next Friday, and then I'll find out a week after that.
Jason: Oh. The waiting's going to be tough.
Elizabeth: Yeah. Huh. Some days I can push it to the back of my mind, and others I feel like I'm going to come out of my skin.
Jason: I know it's impossible, but try not to worry. Didn't I tell you everything's going to be ok?
Elizabeth: Yeah, you did. When you said it, I actually believe it.
Lulu: Elizabeth is pregnant?
Lucky: I've got the best reason in the world to get clean now. And once I do, Elizabeth and I will work things out, and we will live the kind of life that we've always dreamed with our children. Hmm. Oh, you know what? If talking about the baby makes you uncomfortable --
Lulu: No. No, no, no, no, no. No, it doesnít. Actually, you probably -- you don't even want to hear this, but you're making me feel like I made the right choice. I wasn't ready for a baby, but when I am, I want to be as excited as you are about this one. And don't worry about Elizabeth. She'll come around. You know, a child -- even the thought of one -- makes a connection between two people even when there's nothing else there.
Lucky: Now, when did my sister become so smart?
Lulu: I'm a Spencer -- we learn from our mistakes.
Lucky: Yes, we do, and we're stronger for it.
Lulu: At least on the outside.
Colleen: I don't feel comfortable leaving Alfred alone. He just got out of the hospital. I would feel terrible if something happened to him while we were in Greece.
Nikolas: What if something happened to you? Helena's already come after you once today. Who's to say she won't try again?
Colleen: I'm more concerned for Spencerís safety. I'd feel much better knowing he was as far away from that woman as possible.
Alfred: As would I, Sir.
Nikolas: Well, wasn't the idea here to protect ourselves by -- by staying together?
Colleen: Alfred and I will be fine. You should take Spencer to Greece. It will give you a chance to show him where his family is from, and once he's gone to bed, you can spend some time alone with Emily -- when she's not in her seminar, of course. I -- I realize I may be crossing a line, but this could be the perfect opportunity for you and Nikolas to reconnect.
Nikolas: Would you excuse us for a moment?
Alfred: What are you up to now?
Nikolas: I apologize for Colleen. She seems to have taken a page from Alfredís book.
Emily: It's all right.
Nikolas: No, no, it's not. She put you on the spot, and -- and so did I. Don't feel obligated to change your plans.
Emily: I donít.
Nikolas: So does that mean you want me to go to Greece?
Emily: Um -- it's not that simple.
Lorenzo: It was another false lead. The woman is not Skye. No, I'm not going to waste any more time chasing Robert Scorpio all over the world. Skye's due date is approaching. Look, if I'm going to be present for the birth of my child, then we need to start thinking smaller. I need to find a way to narrow the field.
Emily: I'm glad that we're in a place where we can be friends again, but I -- I don't want to rush into anything. I love spending time with you and Spencer, but going away together is --
Nikolas: Too complicated?
Emily: Yeah, for a lot of reasons. But that shouldn't stop you from taking Spencer to Greece on your own. And I think it would be good if the two of you went away for a while.
Nikolas: What about you?
Emily: I'll fly to Athens and attend my medical conference, and if I have some free time, then I'll join you and Spencer for dinner.
Nikolas: And I'm sure Alfred will have the menu already planned out.
Epiphany: You need to take a break.
Elizabeth: What? I just got here.
Epiphany: Until you can tell me how Mrs. Ford's estrogen pills are going to help Mr. Stevenson's gallbladder, I don't want you working the floor.
Elizabeth: Oh, God, I'm sorry.
Epiphany: Honey, this is a hospital. "Sorry" doesn't cut it. I know you got your plate piled high with problems, but I can't have you taking it out on my patients. You need to get this secret off your chest.
Elizabeth: I already did. I went to Jasonís and I told him he may be the father of my baby.
Epiphany: Well, it's about time.
Dillon: Earth to Georgie?
Georgie: Yeah, what?
Dillon: Come in, Georgie?
Dillon: Planet Dillon. Hi. Um -- you are aware I'm here, right? I wasn't sure because you haven't looked up once since we sat down.
Georgie: I'm sorry. I -- I just put a call in to Maxie and she hasn't called me back. That's all.
Dillon: Are you ok?
Georgie: Yeah, yeah, I'm fine.
Dillon: You have spoken more to the waitress than you have to me. If you're protesting about me changing my major, you need to tell me.
Georgie: Dillon, I just want you to be happy. That's all. I wish we could pick a moment before this summer happened and relive it over again, that's all.
Dillon: What would you pick?
Georgie: Something simple, something easy. Do you remember last fall when we sat in the park and watched the leaves change? We sat there for hours, like we had all the time in the world.
Dillon: You know, they're changing again. You want to take a walk?
Georgie: I thought you would never ask.
Alfred: I've notified the staff at your Athens house that you and Master Spencer will arrive on the seventh.
Nikolas: Ok. Thank you for handling that. I'm going to take Sheba around the perimeter here and see if there's any sign of my grandmother's presence on the property.
Alfred: How may I assist you?
Nikolas: You can go back to the house and get some rest. I don't want you pushing your recovery any more.
Alfred: Very well, Sir. Do be careful.
Nikolas: I will. Thank you.
Nikolas: All right, I'm coming.
Lucky's voice: Elizabeth, it's me. I know you're not ready to talk, and I've been trying to write you a letter, but it's not the same. I hope to earn your trust back, and I know in time I will, but right now all I want to hear is your voice, and know that you and our baby are ok.
Lucky: Elizabeth? Are you there? Please say something.
Jason: Have Stan hack into Ricís financial records, see if he's getting any money from any offshore accounts.
Bernie: With all due respect, don't you think we should be focusing our attention on Lorenzo Alcazar?
Jason: I just want to show Sonny proof that Ric and Alcazar are working together.
Bernie: Yeah. Have -- have you talked to Mr. Corinthos? How is the situation in Puerto Rico?
Jason: He's making progress.
Bernie: Yeah. He'd have a lot more leverage if we get this situation with Alcazar resolved.
Jason: Sonny doesn't want a war, Bernie.
Bernie: Yeah but, you know, given Mr. Corinthos' recent illness --
Jason: Bernie -- I understand when you came to work for us, things were very unstable, and I -- I really do appreciate how you stepped in and you handled a very difficult situation. But this is Sonny's business, he makes the decisions. If you have a problem with that, now is the time to resign.
Bernie: I am -- I am more than satisfied with my current employment because I -- for one reason -- I respect the people I work for.
Jason: I'm glad to hear that. I know Sonny would be sorry to lose you, and so would I.
Bernie: You know, my brother -- may he rest in peace -- always said you were the most loyal man he'd ever met.
Jason: Rosales -- his latest shipment --
Carly: You're here.
Jason: Bernie and I are in the middle of a business meeting, Carly, so if --
Carly: I can see that. Normally, I would never interrupt. But this is a very important thing I need to discuss with Jason -- probably the most important conversation I'm ever going to have with Jason -- and it needs to be alone.
Jason: Carly --
Carly: You know what? You can call Sonny, and have him call me, and I can explain everything to him. I'm sure Sonny will back me 100%.
Bernie: I'll finalize the figures for Rosales. Mrs. Corinthos.
Carly: Thank you.
Jason: I swear, if this has to do with Jax --
Carly: This is about you. So I hear there's a possibility you're going to be a father.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Colleen: It had to be done.
Alfred: Colleen, something terrible has happened to Mr. Nikolas!
Lucky: I love you so much. You and our baby mean every--
Georgie: Maxie, are you pregnant with Lucky's baby or not?
Carly: If you turn out to be the father of this baby, how are you going to deal with Sam?
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