General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 11/7/06
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Luke: Take it easy, Tracy. I was going to tell you in private that I'm going to remarry Laura.
Tracy: Really? Then should I assume that you've already booked your tickets to the Dominican Republic? Because the only way you can marry her is if you divorce me.
Carly: This is a bad idea. It's is a bad idea.
Jax: What? What? What, making out on your ex-husband's couch?
Carly: No, no, I don't care about that. You know, I'm here to help Sonny with Molly and Kristina, and if I want to kiss you, I will. But I just feel bad -- Michael could come down those stairs any minute.
Jax: Well, he already has. He was watching when you sent Sonny out of the room a few minutes ago.
Carly: He was spying on us?
Jax: Yeah, from -- from right over there.
Jax: He looked pretty healthy to me.
Carly: He set me up.
Jax: Yeah, I think Michael’s plan was to get you and Sonny together for the evening and it worked.
Carly: He looked a little sick. I mean, he did look a little --
Jax: I just -- I --
Jax: Go with the original instinct. You know, Sonny and Michael may well have set you up this evening. And I'm fairly certain that they're going to do whatever they can to try to stop us from getting married.
Jason: This won't take long.
Sam: Jason, help me.
Robin: This is low, even for you. I mean, you can be a jerk in your OR about your patient, or throw a tantrum every time another doctor makes a suggestion or, God forbid, tries to help you. But at least have the decency to keep it on a professional basis. Don't cloud the issue with phony romance.
Patrick: There's nothing phony about it. I love you.
Robin: Will you stop saying that?
Jason: It ok, it's ok. Here. Ooh, you're ok, you're ok, you're ok.
Lorenzo: Skye, is the baby all right?
Skye: Uh -- she's -- she's fine. I'll be right there.
Lorenzo: Oh, what's taking so long? Is there a problem?
Skye: No. No problem at all. I just think she needs a diaper change, that's all.
Carly: Ok, you're right. Michael and Sonny will do whatever it takes to stop this wedding, but I do not believe that they're working together.
Jax: I wouldn't bet on it.
Carly: Michael's a child, Jax. He reacts like a child. Tonight was just typical -- using his project to say he had a stomachache. He's doing that because he wants Sonny and I back together.
Jax: Well, Michael --
Carly: And he wants that more than anything.
Jax: Michael's not the only one.
Carly: Sonny's different. He's territorial, ok? He doesn't want me back. He just doesn't want anyone else to have me.
Jax: Oh. Well --
Carly: Especially you. You know, you guys have a history together, and Sonny doesn't like it if he doesn't get what he wants.
Jax: Which would be considered childish in some circles?
Carly: Yes. But I'm not going to judge him for it because I would react the same. It's bad and it's wrong. But he was right when he warned me not to marry Lorenzo.
Jax: Why did you marry him?
Carly: I -- mostly because I was angry at Sonny, and I was trying to get back at him, and there was a lot of stuff going on. That's not what's happening with you.
Jax: I know. I know.
Carly: I mean, for the first time, I'm not reacting to Sonny. I'm not lashing out or trying to make a point. I really -- I really want to build a life with you. And Michael is going to have to adjust, and Sonny is just going to be a, you know, minor annoyance, that -- that's all. Unless you keep letting him bait you like you did tonight.
Robin: You don't love me. You don't even know the meaning of the word. Up until recently, the best you could muster was, "Oh, but someday you could possibly figure out a way to love me." And then you ran away. Do you remember this?
Patrick: Yeah, I remember that. I was scared in the moment. I know.
Robin: Yeah, of course you were scared, because you're immature and you're self-involved and you're incapable of making a commitment to me. But you know what? That's fine. Things are working between us, except when you decide to take absurd risks in the OR or act like a dictator, and then try to compensate for your bad behavior by saying things like you love me?
Patrick: That's not what I --
Robin: You know what? Just -- let's just pretend that this never happened, ok? I'm going to walk away now, and never mention that word, "Love," ever again because it doesn't apply to us. It will never apply to us.
Patrick: You're saying you'll never love me?
Robin: I'm -- this is ridiculous. Conversation over.
Luke: This is a complicated situation.
Tracy: No kidding. And whose fault is that? You brought this on yourself. And now you're asking every member of this family to lie to her face about what could be the most important thing in her life.
Nikolas: It's one thing to lie about what happened to Rick Webber, but to lie about her, I mean --
Tracy: How long are you planning on deceiving her?
Bobbie: Given that the truth could drive her back into psychomotor disassociation -- for as long as possible.
Lulu: That's a nice thought, but mom's smart. She's going to figure this out.
Tracy: Oh, Little Lulu makes a really good point. You know, the failure of any lie is directly related to the number of people that know the truth!
Luke: All I'm trying to do is make sure that she doesn't find out anything about me -- or her kids -- that could compromise her recovery!
Tracy: Hmm -- doesn't give you much to talk about.
Luke: I just want her to be able to enjoy her life and her family.
Tracy: Even though you're asking every member of that family to lie to her face?
Luke: I'm not asking you to do this for me. Do it for Laura.
Lucky: My entire recovery is based on telling the truth.
Nikolas: Lies can't be the answer here, Luke.
Luke: Oh, if you've got another answer, Nikolas, I'm waiting.
Emily: What do Robin and Patrick think about this?
Bobbie: Well, all of Laura’s doctors agree that it's too early for her to deal with any kind of emotional shock. So, regardless of how we all feel, I think we need to honor the doctors' recommendations.
Tracy: Luke? I don't have to do a damn thing.
Luke: Would you all excuse me? I need some time alone with Tracy.
Tracy: Only if you call me by my married name -- Mrs. Luke Spencer.
Jax: Sonny didn't bait me into a game of poker.
Carly: You could've fooled me.
Jax: We were just -- we're at a casino, playing cards. What's wrong with that?
Carly: Do you always bet cars and hotels when you play poker?
Jax: Sometimes. I can afford it, and Sonny's a worthy opponent. You know, he likes to win almost as much as I do. And I -- um -- you know, I really love the game. To Sonny, the whole thing is just -- you know, it's a little different experience because he actually thinks that he's getting one over on me, you know, or trying to, you know, impress you by intimidating me.
Carly: But you're way above that?
Jax: Yeah, that's why I always win. Yeah, because I'm more removed from everything. I have a better perspective on things.
Jax: Yeah. And I can appreciate who I'm up against. The greater the challenge; the sweeter the victory.
Carly: What would be the victory? Maserati? Hotel? Me?
Jax: No, no, no. None of this has anything to do with you.
Jax: While all love is a gamble, I think ours is a -- is a pretty safe bet. I love you, ok? And our relationship is far deeper and longer-lasting than a game of cards.
Carly: That was a good answer.
Jax: Well, that's good. Ooh, I like that.
Carly: Ooh, I got to get that.
Jax: No, no, no, no -- hey, no --
Carly: It'll just take a second.
Jax: No, let it ring, let it ring.
Carly: Just a second.
Jax: We have, like, a new rule, like no answering the cell --
Man: Mrs. Corinthos? I'm the security manager at the hotel.
Jax: No more answering --
Carly: Is everything ok?
Security manager: Your personal passkey was just used to open room 815.
Carly: Oh, you know what? That is my friend Doreen. She was coming in town. I wasn't sure when she was going to get there so I just sent her my passkey.
Security manager: So there is no reason for concern?
Carly: No, no reason for concern. You know what? Do not send her the welcome basket because she's had a long trip and I'm sure she wants to rest, but I'll be right over. Ok.
Jax: Who's Doreen?
Carly: Doreen Patterson, my friend from Florida. I told you all about that.
Jax: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. No, no, no, no, no.
Carly: Yes, I did. Yes, I did.
Jax: Not until now.
Carly: Well, I'll explain everything to you when I get back.
Jax: Well, why don't I go with you? I love meeting --
Carly: No, no, no, no, no. You -- you stay here, ok? I haven't seen her in a long time -- girl talk. Bye.
Jax: Oh, ok. Sure, I'll just stay here and --
Jax: Put my hands up.
Sam: Are you sure about this?
Jason: Yeah. Carly gave me a manager's passkey when she updated the locks on the hotel. It'll get us into any room.
Sam: Ok, I guess that beats picking the locks.
Jason: You know, the cops are not going to expect us to be hiding out in the best hotel in town, that's for sure.
Sam: It's like hiding out in plain sight.
Jason: Well, we just -- just until Stan can find another safe house for us.
Sam: Did you get everything that you need from Alcazar's computer?
Jason: I don't know, I don't know. I'm not going to know until I hear from Stan. We had a lot of files copied, but his spy program hadn't even finished running.
Sam: It's because I froze up. Jason, I couldn't handle having that baby in my hands.
Tracy: You've had a busy day, haven't you? Didn't take you very long to rekindle that old lost love and ask Laura to marry you again.
Luke: I had no idea what to expect when she came back. But I never imagined she'd ask me to marry her.
Tracy: Excuse me. That was her idea?
Luke: Yes -- it was.
Luke: It was. I couldn't refuse.
Tracy: And why not? Oh -- you didn't want to send her spiraling back into madness. Or maybe you're still in love with her.
Luke: When I first heard about this treatment, I said no. You know, after four years, I figured nothing is going to make any difference, and I didn't want a crowd of doctors experimenting on Laura. And I'd moved on with my life, frankly. I'd come to peace with this illness -- as much peace as I could. I'm in an unlikely marriage. But it suits me just fine.
Tracy: Why wouldn't it? You get to do exactly as you please -- up to and including chasing halfway around the world to rescue damsels in distress. You get a college education for Lulu, and you come home to a mansion, maid service, and the best booze in town.
Luke: I come home to you. To you, Tracy. Who knew we were going to be such a great match? You're tough and you're smart and you're an incredible challenge. And mostly, you keep me interested, which is more than I can say for most of the spuds out there in this miserable world. And you've been very good to Lulu. You could've made her life miserable the last few months and you didn’t. I'm grateful for that.
Tracy: You're welcome.
Luke: I'd want to be married to you if you didn't have a dime.
Tracy: That would thrill me to the quick if you hadn't just promised to marry Laura.
Luke: What am I supposed to do? Say no to this treatment? When I found out that there might be a chance, I had to go through with it. I had to give her a chance to come back and be with her family. And her kids -- the kids are so messed up right now.
Tracy: Wait. Correct me if I'm wrong -- these are the same kids that you just carefully instructed not to tell her how messed up they are?
Luke: Well, what would you have me do? Would you have me just pour out the truth on her, and send her screaming round the bend, back into la-la land? I got a better idea -- you tell her. How's that, huh? You tell her the truth. Could you do that?
Tracy: Yeah, I could. If it meant keeping my husband, you bet.
Kelly: Fight with Patrick?
Robin: Oh, much worse than that.
Kelly: Did you lose a patient?
Robin: No, the patient is fine. The patient is better than fine. I'm sure the patient will make a full recovery thanks to Patrick’s brilliance. Never mind the fact that the patient had full-blown AIDS, or that the procedure was much more difficult than the one he did on April Gilbert which, if you remember, he stuck himself with an infected needle. And you know what? Please don't go into the fact that AIDS patients have rights, and that we give it to them --
Kelly: Oh --
Robin: To give them the best possible care.
Kelly: I wasn't going to.
Robin: Good, good, because I totally agree with that. What I don't agree with is that Patrick has to do the surgery every single time.
Lainey: Did you guys fight about that?
Robin: Why bother fighting? Why should I even waste my breath? Patrick insists on doing high-risk procedures all of the time because he needs the rush. Never mind that sleeping with me is a risk because my viral load is undetectable and I'm virtually noncontagious. Oh, yes -- and on top of that, I insist on taking all the appropriate precautions, which makes me boring. So I totally understand why Patrick has to look elsewhere for a rush, and being exposed to full-blown AIDS time and time again -- you know, that really gets the old adrenaline going. But -- ok, that's fine. That's totally fine if he wants to do that. What is not fine is when he walks out of the OR after I've made a completely reasonable comment and tell me that he loves me!
Lainey: Patrick said that he loves you?
Kelly: I don't see the problem.
Robin: The problem is that I am totally in love with him. And I can't tell him that.
Lorenzo: You seem distracted.
Skye: Well, this evening's given me a lot to think about.
Lorenzo: Well, should I be worried or encouraged by that?
Skye: Excuse me?
Lorenzo: About us.
Skye: Oh, I'm sorry. I must be a little sleep-deprived. Did you say "should you be worried?"
Lorenzo: Yes -- or should I be encouraged?
Skye: Why can't you be both? I am. I know every time I see you with Lila Rae, I'm more convinced than ever that you're a warm and wonderful father. And I enjoy spending time with you, despite myself. And I could even see building a life with you. As pleasant and as luxurious as that life may be, it is still a life based on criminal activity. Now, I'm not coming at you in a place of judgment. I'm not, because certainly I have had my share of shady business dealings, but most of them have been legal.
Lorenzo: I will concede that we're not in the same business, Skye.
Skye: But I have to ask myself. If you are willing to go so far to make yourself so powerful that no one's going to touch me or Lila Rae, who's going to pay? Who's going to get hurt? What is going to be the cost of that to keep you in power? What are the tradeoffs, compromises?
Lorenzo: Name me one person who hasn't compromised on some level, or who doesn't make some morally debatable choices sometimes. Certainly, the Quartermaines have.
Skye: I still wish you were a dentist.
Lorenzo: You would've never slept with a dentist.
Skye: Look -- um -- I have to get the baby home.
Lorenzo: I understand. I understand. But I am looking forward to the day when this is our daughter's home -- and yours, as well.
Sam: Do you think Skye’s going to tell Alcazar that we were in his house with his computer on?
Jason: She had a chance to do something and she didn’t.
Sam: Maybe it's because you had her baby in your hands. Maybe she's going to wait until we left to call the police.
Jason: No, she's not going to call the cops over to Alcazar's, not going to happen.
Sam: Ok. All right, that's -- that's a good point.
Jason: Ok, I -- I barely know Skye, but we do -- we do have the Quartermaines in common. Ok? She's got nothing to gain by causing trouble for me. That's for sure.
Sam: What do we do next?
Jason: We need to access Ric’s records, ok? Maybe Stan got enough from Alcazar's computer to do that; maybe he didn’t. I don't know, but somebody had to help Ric manufacture the evidence to frame you.
Sam: This is going to take a while, Jason.
Jason: All we need to do is worry about tonight, ok? Just clean up, get some rest. The more we act and look like fugitives, the bigger risk of getting caught.
Sam: You know, I think you should do something different with your hair.
Jason: That's really not that funny.
Sam: Maybe you could slick it down to the side. I think it would look cute.
Jason: No, I don't think that's really going to happen. It's ok.
Carly: Jeez, Sam, take it easy!
Sam: Carly, what are you doing here?
Carly: I own the hotel; I can get into any room. Plus, I'm the reason you're here. Where's Jason?
Jason: What is going on out here?
Carly: Well, I came here to help and Sam almost shoots me.
Jason: Well, knock on the door next time. We are running from the cops. Did the keycard pop up on the hotel computer?
Carly: It's fine. She's popping up as a personal guest of mine. Look, if someone asks, don't shoot. Tell them you're Doreen Patterson, a friend of mine from Florida, ok?
Sam: You're kidding, right? My picture is all over the place.
Carly: Ok, I can't help you there, but I did bring a first-aid kit and all the cash I could get my hands on.
Jason: Ok, thank you.
Carly: What, do we need to work on a disguise for her now?
Jason: No, no. We don't need a disguise, ok? I know you want to help, but you shouldn't have even come here, Carly.
Carly: It's fine. I doubled back to be sure I wasn't followed. Now, what can I do to help you?
Jason: You have given us this room and that is plenty. Now, you need to leave and find someone to give you an airtight alibi -- even if it's Jax.
Robin: It's not that Patrick is a jerk. He's not -- well, at least not with me.
Robin: And he guards his heart so closely, and what did I do the second he had the courage to show me just a little bit of it? I stomped all over it. I mean, you should've seen his face. So any advice you were about to give me, thank you very much, but it's pointless because I'd be surprised if he ever talked to me ever again.
Kelly: You lost me.
Robin: Patrick and I had a chance, and I blew it. I blew it big-time, so I guess, what now -- we just go back to work, we're professional, everything's the way it was before?
Lainey: Why isn't it ok for Patrick to say he loves you?
Robin: I've loved twice in my life. Stone died of AIDS, and I lost Jason for many reasons, but the first reason was that he craved danger. The closer he got to death, the better he liked it. And I learned that I cannot live my life that way. But Patrick needs to -- I mean, he needs the rush. Of course, if he saves a patient in the process, then that's even better, but --
Lainey: Patrick's a surgeon, you know? That's how they think.
Kelly: We're doctors. We all live with the prospect of death every day.
Robin: Yeah, but we don't taunt it. We don't dare it to come after us.
Lainey: And you think Patrick does?
Robin: Yes. I do. And I think one day, his luck will run out. He'll be exposed to AIDS again and this time it'll come back positive, or he'll lose a patient and he'll blame himself and he'll completely fall apart just like his dad. I just don't know if I can bear to watch that.
Lainey: Hmm. I love that song.
Robin: Patrick and I were just listening to that song the other day.
Kelly: Robin? You've got to see this.
Singer: I stand here crazy and without a clue so then I talk about you it's when I'm beside her
Carly: Hi. Sorry it took me so long. Doreen and I started talking about high school and the time just -- oh --
Carly: Got away from me.
Carly: Mm-hmm. Hey.
Jax: You expect me to believe that?
Carly: It'd be really great for everyone if you did.
Jax: Because the only person that you'd ever leave me for is Jason. Sam and Jason are hiding out in style at the Metro Court right now, aren't they?
Carly: Well, define "in style."
Jax: You realize you're putting the hotel at risk, right?
Carly: Only if we get caught.
Jax: Leaving us open to the charge of aiding and abetting.
Carly: Only if they get caught, and they're not going to get caught, so everything is fine.
Jax: You should've told me.
Carly: I love you -- with all my heart and I want to marry you more than anything. But Jason is a deal breaker. I am always going to be loyal to him and if you can't understand that, then maybe we shouldn't get married.
Sam: Are you going to come to bed?
Jason: No, I just wanted to make sure the cops didn't follow Carly.
Sam: I am so sorry for freezing up at Alcazar's with the baby. It just --
Jason: It's ok. There's no harm done.
Sam: Maybe it was because she was a little girl. I don't know.
Jason: It was two years ago tomorrow.
Sam: You remembered.
Jason: I remember all of it. Everything happened -- everything happened too fast and not fast enough and, you know, they rushed you into the C-section, but it was still -- still too late for the baby and almost too late for you. Man, I have never felt so helpless in my entire life. And I remember watching you sleeping. I was trying to come up with a reason why you should want to go on living when the baby you loved so much was gone. You know, I needed to tell you something, but I couldn't even think of what would make a difference to you.
Sam: Hey. You did. You were my reason.
Robin: Will you turn the music down, please?
Patrick: Will you listen to me?
Robin: Yes, I will.
Man: Hey, keep it down!
Robin: Ok. Turn it down before he calls the police.
Patrick: Only if you'll promise to listen to me.
Robin: I promise to listen to you. I just said --
Man: You want me to call the cops?
Robin: Hey, I -- I will listen to you. I promise-- thank you.
[Turns music down]
Robin: Wow. They're gorgeous. Thank you.
Patrick: I love you -- not maybe, not possibly, not someday. Right now, tonight. The fact is I've loved you for a long time. I don't even know when it started. Maybe it was during the epidemic when I realized that I could lose you or when you saw me through my father's transplant. The days are a blur after I got stuck with the needle, but I remember your voice. You were calm. You held my hand the whole time. And I realized that I need you, I trust you, I admire you.
Patrick: And you can be wrong a lot of the times, and you can drive me crazy a lot of the times, but I love you, completely. I just -- I thought you should know.
Singer: Surfin' on top of cloud nine
Tracy: How does it feel to be reunited with the love of your life?
Luke: I don't know. I guess I feel sort of like that acrobat who used to walk the tightrope between the -- the high rises in New York City and then I think he also walked over Niagara Falls without a net. You just go very, very carefully, step by step, because you know if you slip, it's a hell of a long way down.
Tracy: It is a miracle. You know that. But miracles aren't always free. In fact, sometimes they're very expensive.
Luke: You know, I'm going to have to open another couple of bottles of booze if you're going to go into Tracy’s old-time gospel hour.
Tracy: I'm just trying to make sense of all of it.
Luke: So am I, wife.
Tracy: Luke and Laura never made much sense to me. I know everybody thought that she rescued you, made you a better person, blah, blah, blah, but I didn't see it that way.
Tracy: From my perspective, she stifled you, she dragged you into a life you weren't suited for, she saddled you with kids you didn't want, and she expected you to be somebody you were never going to be.
Luke: I had no idea. I didn't realize you were paying any attention.
Tracy: Luke, you have no idea how much attention I paid.
Luke: God, I wish I'd known that.
Tracy: Laura should have stayed with Scotty Baldwin. She would've made a fabulous attorney's wife, she would've had two perfect kids, done charity work at the hospital, and you needed somebody more complex.
Luke: Well, Laura and I never even made any sense to me. But, you know, magic doesn't have to make sense. That's why it's magic.
Tracy: Magic is illusion. And, my sweet husband, you need to consider what's going to happen when reality sets in.
Sam: Can I ask you something? When -- when you were holding Skye’s baby, what were you thinking about?
Jason: I was actually thinking about the look on your face when I told you your baby was gone, how that loss was always with you.
Sam: I try not to think about it. I will always miss my little girl, though -- you know, especially this time of year. She'd be -- she'd be talking a little bit. And she'd be walking, enjoying her birthday. I imagine holding her and you walking along, you know, just sometimes with your hands out. Huh.
Sam: What do you think she'd be like? I mean, do you think she'd be happy? Would we be happy?
Jason: You know, I'm not good at picturing things, but I'm sure she would. I am so grateful for what we have. I mean, you could have left when your little girl died, but you didn’t. You stayed and you changed my life.
Sam: I think it changed for the better. I mean, under the circumstances right now, it might not look like it since we're fugitives and all, but --
Jason: We're ok. Aren't we?
Singer: Don't think you're all alone
Sam: I mean, as long as we have --
Singer: And here's another dream
Sam: As long as we have each other.
Singers: What does it take to remind you? I'll be there by your side angel; I will never let you go
Carly: Jason is my best friend. He's always helped me and I will always help him, no questions asked.
Jax: Yeah. No, I appreciate your -- your loyalty to Jason. You know, he's a genuine friend, which I'll never understand, but I won't get in the way and I certainly will not be lied to. So if you're going to help Jason, then just say so, and if I object, I'll say so.
Carly: Ok, but even if you object, I'm still going to help him, so you need to understand that.
Jax: And that's fine. And that's fine as long as, you know, we talk about it. That's what married couples do.
Carly: I'm not really good with the truth.
Jax: Well, I disagree, because you've been nothing but honest with me from the start, and I'm trying to be the same.
Carly: I know you are, and I really appreciate that.
Jax: Ok, I will agree in advance that you can help Jason all you want if you agree not to lie to me about it.
Carly: I'll agree not to lie if you agree not to call the cops.
Jax: Ok, I'll keep my distance. You just need to let me know what's going on, ok?
Carly: I can do that.
Jax: Ok. Now, come here.
Robin: You were right from the start. I'm afraid to love again because I don't know how to love anyone just a little bit. The man that I love, I love him completely, and if I lose him again --
Patrick: It's scary. I understand that.
Robin: So I rationalize. I tell myself that -- that I like you, that I care about you. And then when I get in too deep, I pick a fight or I tell myself that you're selfish or I concentrate on a crisis, any crisis.
Patrick: You lecture a lot.
Robin: Yes, I lecture a lot. I'm sorry. I treat my feelings for you like they're a chronic fever. I lie down and wait for them to pass except they never do. And the truth is I don't want them to.
Patrick: I don't want them to.
Robin: I've been hiding out for a long time. And the only thing that I have to show for that is loneliness and what I'm afraid to admit to in the first place. It's a sad, wasteful way to live, so here it goes. I think that you are amazing and brilliant and you're also really funny and charming. And you're my best friend.
Singer: I'm flyin' flyin' on top of cloud nine
Robin: I love you.
Patrick: Well, I've known for a long time. But it's nice to hear.
Singer: Flyin' on top of cloud nine
Singer: Flyin' on top of cloud nine
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Alexis: Ric needs to be stopped.
Ric: Sam McCall’s baby died two years ago. She won't be able to resist coming to the gravesite. That's when we'll bust her.
Mac: Carly has a personal guest staying in one of the hotel rooms. I want to search the room.
Jason: I want to try to prove that we're innocent.
Carly: What if you get shot?
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