General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 11/8/06
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Sonny: Carly, I'm glad you're here; I got to talk to you --
Carly: Oh, I'm really, really busy right now.
Sonny: No, this is going to take a minute. I'm serious, just a minute.
Carly: Oh, come on, I'm in the middle of something really important.
Sonny: What's more important than our sons?
Jax: I come bearing gifts. I have a caramel latte -- your favorite -- and blueberry muffins. And I brought you those crossword puzzles that you like so much.
Alexis: You didn't have to go overboard. It wasn't a major setback.
Jax: You tried to bluff your way back into the DA's job. You went to the police station, and then you collapsed. I would define that as a major setback.
Alexis: I love how you know everything that I do.
Jax: I wanted to throttle Sonny on the spot, but I didn't want to upset you. You know, what the hell was he thinking, talking you into taking a risk like that?
Alexis: He was thinking the same thing that I'm thinking -- that Ric needs to be stopped.
Ric: Sam McCallís baby died two years ago on this very day. She won't be able to resist coming to the gravesite. And when she does, that's when we'll bust her.
Sam's voice: I want to see her, please.
Jason: Sam, your baby died.
Sam: No. No, no! No! Oh.
Jason: Hey, hey, hey, it's ok.
Jason: It's ok, you're all right.
Sam: Jason, it was so real.
Jason: What were you dreaming about?
Sam: My baby.
Patrick: Shouldn't the girls be up by now?
Robin: Looks like they've come and gone.
Patrick: Well, remind me to send them a thank-you card for their privacy --
Patrick: Both last night and this morning.
Robin: I will. I think I probably scared them away after my meltdown.
Patrick: Your what?
Robin: Oh, it doesn't matter.
Patrick: Huh. Yeah, sure. Yeah, it does.
Robin: No, it doesnít. No, because I am a completely different person now, and that's all behind me, so --
Patrick: Listen, you don't get to throw a word out like "meltdown" and then just dismiss it like nothing, so go ahead. Tell me.
Robin: Ok, well, you saw the beginning of it at the hospital -- remember when you told me that you loved me, and then I yelled at you and ran away?
Patrick: Actually, your exact words were "This ridiculous conversation is over."
Robin: Yeah, I was less than gracious.
Patrick: Ok. So you went home and --
Robin: And I vented my fears to Kelly and Lainey. I told them that I was totally in love with you and, of course, I couldn't tell you that. And I rambled on and on that I couldn't take a chance on love and how I was so scared and blah, blah, blah.
Robin: And then I was sitting right over there when I heard one of my favorite songs. And I walked over to the window, and I saw you standing in Mercer Square holding some beautiful flowers, candles lit everywhere. It was one of the most romantic moments of my entire life.
Patrick: Yeah, it was the best I could do on short notice to show you just how much I love you.
Pete: Your essay was thoughtful and well-researched.
Georgie: Thank you.
Pete: You presented your analysis clearly, but your approach was well-mannered.
Georgie: Well, isn't that what you wanted?
Pete: Well, see, that's my point -- you were trying to please me instead of expressing yourself. Next time, worry less about form and more about content.
Lulu: Cheer up, Georgie. Professor Marquez is an equal opportunity egomaniac. So if he didn't like your essay, he sure as hell hated mine.
Pete: Wrong again, Miss Spencer. See, you finally stepped up and wrote something with passion. It's the best work I've seen from you so far.
Lulu: Are you sure you read the right essay?
Pete: Oh, yeah. Please, have a seat. Ahem.
Lulu: Why are you being a jerk to your best student? Georgie studies more than anyone I know. She always gets straight As.
Pete: Yeah, Georgie is a great student. No question about that. You, however, could be a gifted writer. Well, at least when you're feeling personally invested in your subject. Tell me, why did you decide to write about Ophelia?
Lulu: Because I like flowers.
Pete: Right. Why does the idea of a teenage girl going mad have you so fired up?
Lulu: Because everybody says that I'm a lot like my mother, and my mother went crazy.
Alexis: At least I was very impressive going in there trying to get my job back as D.A.
Jax: Till you collapsed.
Alexis: Yeah -- well, before then, though, I threatened to call the "Port Charles Herald" and get them in trouble. Then my vision blurred and I fell on the floor -- very impressive.
Jax: Listen to me. You're having chemo; you're battling a secondary infection, ok? Maybe you're not strong enough to handle a power struggle with Ric.
Alexis: I'm the one that encouraged him to take that job. I gave Mayor Floyd an enthusiastic endorsement. And he's done nothing but abuse that position ever since. Ric has tried to frame Sam, and no matter how angry I am at her for what she did, I don't want her in prison.
Jax: What if you're playing right into Ricís hands -- pushing yourself past your limit trying to help Sam so you have nothing left in reserve when he drags you into a custody battle for Molly?
Sonny: You all right? You seem a little -- I don't know --
Carly: Oh --
Sonny: I'm sorry. I didn't --
Carly: I don't know -- maybe it's the idiotic way that you acted last night, Sonny.
Sonny: Excuse me for caring about our son.
Carly: No. Michael's stomachache is the least of my concerns. I can't believe that you showed up at the haunted star when you knew that I was on a date with Jax.
Sonny: Yeah, your boyfriend. He needs a little work on --
Carly: My fiancť.
Sonny: Your --
Carly: Jax is my fiancť, ok? But you know what? I can't deal with this right now because I have --
Sonny: Why --
Carly: Really important things to handle.
Sam: I haven't had a dream like that in months. I used to get them all the time -- especially, like, right after the baby died -- but, you know, it kind of faded with time. So now when I -- I get those dreams, it really catches me off-guard. No. I mean, just -- just being here is enough -- kind of like you were when the baby died. You were my rock. You were the one person who understood exactly what I was going through.
Jason: I loved her, too.
Sam: I know. Hey, you were going to be her father. We were going to be a family. I know today is going to be hard for you, too.
Jason: Just, you know, I want to do whatever I can to help you through it.
Sam: I'm going to be all right. So I think we have a lot of other things to worry about right now.
Jason: I know, but hold on, ok? You get to deal with this however -- however you want to.
Sam: I was thinking maybe if we pass a church today or something, if we could go in and just light a candle and say a prayer for her, that would be ok.
Jason: Yeah. We will.
Officer: Why would Sam McCall risk returning to a place that's so easy for us to stake out?
Ric: Because she's devoted to the memory of her baby. Sam has had a lot of personal difficulties in this past year. She'll be even more sensitive to the anniversary of her child's death. But Sam isn't rational about this baby. There's no way she'll be able to stay away from this child's grave.
Robin: You know, you really don't have to make me breakfast.
Patrick: You said the candlelight and serenade in Mercer Square was romantic? It's only beginning.
Robin: You do know, of course, that women think that men who cook are incredibly sexy.
Patrick: Really? No, I didn't know that.
Robin: Hmm. Because you've had no experience with the opposite sex.
Patrick: Women are a blur before you.
Robin: Wow, you're good.
Patrick: Thank you.
Robin: Ok, I just have one question.
Robin: Do you know how to cook?
Patrick: Oh, ye of little faith.
Robin: I'm just saying, do you know how to cook?
Patrick: Ok, I'm not a gourmet cook, but I make a spectacular French toast.
Robin: Last chance to bail. I'm sure there's some great cereal in the cupboard.
Patrick: Too late.
Patrick: French toast.
Robin: It looks gorgeous.
Patrick: Wait till you try it. It's so much better. Ready?
Robin: Yeah, I'm ready.
Patrick: A little sugar?
Robin: Oh, you have to put everything on it first.
Robin: Mmm. So good.
Patrick: Not bad, huh?
Robin: What'd you put in it?
Patrick: Can't say that.
Robin: No --
Patrick: But you do have a little sugar on your chin.
Robin: In case I didn't tell you already, you're pretty amazing.
Patrick: Like I said, it's only the beginning.
Ric: Elizabeth. How are things going?
Elizabeth: I'm doing well.
Ric: Good. Lucky ok?
Elizabeth: Yeah, he seems to be.
Ric: Listen, I hope that I didn't set his recovery back by consulting him on the Morgan case.
Elizabeth: Look, that is between you and Lucky. I'm staying out of it.
Ric: I know, I know. It's just he seemed very adamant about not wanting to be involved in any case against Jason.
Elizabeth: Yeah. Well, that's his choice. And he has made it very clear that he doesn't want me monitoring him or protecting him. He's in charge of his own recovery.
Ric: I understand that. It's just you've been shouldering most of the responsibility -- you know, you've been paying the bills, raising your son. I just want to help Lucky get back on his feet so he can help take some of the strain off of you.
Elizabeth: Well, thanks, I appreciate that. But if you want Lucky back on the force, it has to be for professional reasons. My relationship with him cannot be a factor.
Ric: Well, that's going to be a little difficult because I'm always going to want the best for you, Elizabeth. And if that involves you getting back with Lucky, then I'm going to ensure that he gets his job.
Jason: What -- what are you doing? Why'd you come back?
Carly: I brought some more money, and I got these clothes for Sam from the boutique downstairs.
Sam: Thank you.
Carly: You're welcome.
Sam: I appreciate it. I'm going to change.
Jason: You don't -- you don't think it looks suspicious that you bought an outfit that's not even your size, Carly?
Carly: How about "Thanks, Carly, for thinking of us and trying to help"?
Jason: How about "Leading the cops to us isn't helping us"?
Carly: The clothes are for Doreen Patterson, my friend from Florida -- that's who Sam is supposed to be, Jason.
Jason: Doreen Patterson -- no one's buying that whole thing.
Carly: What is wrong with you? Why are you being so grumpy?
Jason: Because this is not a game, ok? Ric fabricated evidence that incriminates me and Sonny, he framed Sam.
Carly: I know, ok? I know it's bad.
Carly: But the bigger problem is you guys are fugitives now. Why the hell did she run?
Jason: Because she panicked, ok?
Carly: All right, you guys got to get the hell out of town.
Jason: No, no, no, no. I'm not going to run away. We are going to stay here; we want to try to prove that we're innocent.
Carly: What if you get shot?
Jason: I can protect myself, you know that.
Carly: Jason, you have been shot before, ok? So don't take the chance, all right? Get out of town and I will help you fix this mess!
Jason: No, I do not want you involved, ok? You hate Ric as much as I do. I don't want you to lose it and do something stupid.
Carly: Like you did?
Jason: Yeah, exactly like I did, ok? I didn't care Ric was playing me. I played right into his hands, and now I'm paying for it. I don't want you to do the same thing.
Carly: You know that he's going to tell every cop on the force to shoot to kill. You know that.
Jason: Which is exactly why you shouldn't be anywhere near us.
Carly: And you should be out of Port Charles, ok? I get that you love Sam and you want to protect her, but what's the point if Sam gets you killed?
Sam: She's right.
[Knock on door]
Carly: Get in here!
Sonny: What are you --?
Carly: Be quiet! Hurry up!
Sonny: Ok, Jason, you know you can't involve Carly if you want to keep a secret.
Jax: Gentlemen. Is there a problem?
Mac: Yeah, apparently, Carly has a personal guest named Doreen Patterson staying in one of the hotel rooms. Ms. Patterson used Carlyís private passkey to get into the room?
Jax: Well, who Carly gives her passkey to is her business.
Mac: No one's seen Ms. Patterson, Jax. And, coincidentally, Carlyís good friend Jason Morgan is on the run from the law. I want to search the room.
Lulu: I have done research on mental illness, and it can be hereditary.
Pete: There are all kind of mental illnesses in varying degrees.
Lulu: Yeah, that's right -- I forgot that you're an expert on every subject in the world.
Singer: Try to find
Pete: Is your mother schizophrenic? Manic-depressive?
Lulu: No. My mom experienced a huge trauma, and she flipped out for a while and then became catatonic, and that deteriorated into psychomotor disassociation.
Pete: So you're afraid that your abortion's going to make you flip out?
Singer: You're not alone
Pete: You're a little volatile, but I doubt that you're crazy.
Lulu: Ok, my mom wasn't crazy when she was my age, either. She was able to handle a lot of stuff -- more than what most people could have -- but she still flipped out.
Pete: You called it psychomotor disassociation?
Lulu: Yes -- you sit in a chair, you stare at a wall, and you swallow soup if someone feeds it to you. Other than that -- zip. Ok?
Pete: And where's your mother now?
Lulu: How is this your business?
Pete: I'm just asking. Obviously, you don't have to tell me anything.
Lulu: A few days ago, they gave her an experimental drug -- and she was responsive.
Dillon: So is Lulu fighting with her professor again?
Georgie: Actually, it's just the opposite. The professor is impressed with Lulu's passion.
Pete: So if your mother's back, then what's the problem?
Lulu: Um -- hmm. Other than the fact that she was a zombie for four years, I guess nothing. Oh, wait -- no, wait -- none of us can tell her the truth about hardly anything in our lives because we're afraid that she's going to flip out and be worse off than before. So, yeah, I guess I'm a little scared. I mean, I look at her and I see myself in a few years.
Pete: Then why not focus on living life to the fullest -- before you go bonkers?
Patrick: Thank you.
Patrick: And thank you for cleaning up.
Robin: Oh, I should be thanking you. All this time I thought you were the one that was incapable of any emotion deeper than like. You were the one that went ahead and declared your feelings while I ran away.
Patrick: You're not running now.
Robin: No. You forced me out of my protective shell.
Robin: Congratulations. I didn't think it could be done.
Patrick: I thought when I said "I love you," that it would be the beginning of the end for us. That's why it took me so long to say it. But now that I did it and we're here, it feels like the beginning of something even better.
Ric: A latte from our local coffee shop. I don't know about you, but I still have nightmares about the flavored water that they call coffee around here.
Alexis: Jax already brought me breakfast.
Ric: Ah, leave it to Jax, paragon of ex-husbands. How could I ever possibly hope to compete?
Alexis: You canít.
Ric: I heard about your little stunt last night. Took a little trip over to the PCPD, tried to fake your way into the D.A. position?
Alexis: "Fake my way"? That job is mine, Ric. You're the temp. Don't forget that.
Ric: The point is, Alexis, that you collapsed. What in God's name were you thinking, you risking your health like that?
Alexis: Your concern's overwhelming me.
Ric: You're not supposed to be out of bed.
Alexis: You just love being D.A., don't you? You love having all that power to use to your advantage. You certainly wouldn't want me as an obstacle.
Ric: You could've caught another infection, and you could've died.
Alexis: That would've been the quickest, easiest solution for you but unfortunately, there's no way in hell that I'm ever going to give you that satisfaction.
Jason: All right, I think we're clear -- nobody spotted us.
Sam: Have you been here before?
Jason: No, no. Stan and Bernie just set this place up. There's no way the cops could know about it.
Sam: All right. Well, I guess we're going to have to call this home for a while.
Jason: This is the survival kit I asked Stan for.
Sam: What's in it?
Jason: Guns and some ammo, cash, and here -- there it is -- a microchip duplicator.
Sam: Wow. What do you use that for?
Jason: This is how we figure out who Ric is working with, and how he framed you.
Mac: Could I have a passkey?
Jax: Not to put you on the spot, Mac, but you wouldn't happen to have a warrant, would you?
Mac: Give up the key. We'll worry about probable cause later.
Jax: Wow -- this from the police commissioner.
Mac: You've been stalling ever since I wanted to search. Keep it up, you'll be charged with abetting.
Jax: Suit yourself.
Mac: Thank you.
Sonny: Do you mind?
Carly: What the hell are you guys doing? You can't just barge in this room!
Det. Rodriguez: There's no sign of Jason or Sam.
Jax: That's because they weren't here. Carly set this up. She gave Sonny the key so they could meet in secret.
Sonny: Yeah, some things are too good to give up even when you're divorced.
Jax: I can't believe you cheated on me.
Carly: Look, this doesn't have to change anything at all.
Sonny: What are you doing?
Jax: You lied to me, ok? You told me that you and Sonny were over.
Carly: We are! This is purely physical, Jax.
Jax: Oh, that makes it ok?
Sonny: Don't get yourself all worked up, Jax!
Jax: Hey, you know what? I'm talking to Carly here, ok? I want an explanation from her, and not from you.
Carly: I am sorry, but Sonny and I have a history together and you have to understand that.
Jax: Oh, that entitles you to sleep with him whenever you feel like it?
Carly: We discussed this, and I thought you got it.
Jax: An amicable relationship is one thing, but having an affair?
Sonny: We're hot for each other; we can't help it!
Jax: You know what? Stay out of this, ok? I'm talking to Carly.
Carly: Listen to me, what Sonny and I -- I mean, it's nothing compared to what you and I have.
Jax: What exactly do we have?
Carly: You are the man I want to marry.
Sonny: And I'm the man she wants to sleep with.
Carly: Look, sex is your only talent because you are a horrible husband.
Sonny: What --
Jax: Everybody warned me about you. I can't believe I fell for it.
Carly: You're blowing this way out of proportion.
Jax: No man wants to come in second to his wife's ex-husband.
Sonny: Well, you know what, Jax? It's reality, get used to it.
Det. Rodriguez: Do you want me to call in forensics?
Mac: These three need to work out their problems. Let's go.
Jax: No, you know what? Question them all you want because I'm done here. And if I need to say it, the wedding is off.
Alexis: I really don't think you should get too comfortable in this job, because I'm going to beat the cancer and I'm going to take my job back, and then you can go out on the streets and chase ambulances.
Ric: Oh. Well, I'm glad to see you finally found an incentive for getting well.
Alexis: Don't pretend to care about my health, Ric. It insults my intelligence.
Ric: Alexis, of course I want to see you recover.
Alexis: Why? You get a lot more accomplished when I'm debilitated -- you kidnap one daughter, and then you frame the other.
Ric: Oh, I believe that's called an unfounded accusation, counselor.
Alexis: This manhunt for Sam and Jason is a publicity ploy. You don't want them apprehended. You want to be able to shoot them at sight.
Ric: Your maternal concern is touching, although it does seem to waver from time to time, depending upon whom you're trying to impress.
Alexis: I hate the fact that my daughter slept with you.
Alexis: I consider it a personal betrayal. But she is, in fact, still my daughter --
Alexis: And I care what happens to her.
Ric: Great. Then care all you want about Sam. But if you think that you're going to outmaneuver me by making yourself so sick that I'll pity you and I'll back off? Think again.
Nurse: Mrs. Gill in room 720 has a matter she'll only discuss with a doctor. Do you have a minute?
Jason: I'm with another patient.
Elizabeth: I need to speak with the doctor. Excuse me.
Elizabeth: What are you doing?
Jason: Is Ric in the hospital?
Elizabeth: Yeah, he's with Alexis.
Jason: Ok. Is his coat on or off?
Jason: I need his cell phone.
Elizabeth: All right, no problem.
Sam: Is everything ok?
Woman: Oh, it's this stupid key -- it always get stuck in the lock.
Sam: Here, let me help you with this.
Woman: Oh, thanks. It's ok, sweetie, I know you're hungry. I'll feed you as soon as we get inside.
Sam: There we go. Oh, your baby is adorable.
Woman: Huh. What about you? You have any kids?
Sam: No. No, I donít. Do you need help with these bags?
Woman: No, I'm ok now, thanks. Thanks again.
Sam: Ok, anytime.
Lulu: I should've known you wouldn't be sympathetic.
Pete: Why should I feel sorry for you when you feel so sorry for yourself?
Lulu: Excuse me for not being thrilled at the idea of going insane.
Pete: Look, why not choose to savor every moment of your life? What do you have to lose, especially if there's a chance that you might end up staring at a wall? Why aren't you living it up now -- and I'm not talking about doing shots at a frat party. Why aren't you -- hand-gliding? Mountain climbing? Doing poetry slams? Learning to sing opera?
Pete: Look, my point is so many people never follow their dreams because they're afraid. Well, you don't need to be afraid because you already know the worst that can happen. So, why not challenge yourself to experience the best while you still can?
Lulu: You read that in a book somewhere.
Pete: Actually, I just made it up on the spot. Although, it is a common theme through works of literature.
Pete: Carpe diem with a twist.
Lulu: Whatever you say.
Pete: You know, there's a great production of "A Streetcar Named Desire" running on campus.
Lulu: Oh, you mean the old movie?
Pete: It was a play first -- by Tennessee Williams? It has one of the most seminal portrayals of madness in the English language. You need to see it while it's onstage.
Lulu: Are you asking me out?
Pete: Consider it an extra-credit assignment. How does Thursday the 16th sound?
Lulu: Um -- ok.
Pete: Ok. I'll see you in class.
Dillon: What was that about?
Lulu: Um -- he's just taking me to "A Streetcar Named Desire."
Dillon: Oh, yeah? Marlon Brando, Vivien Leigh. Not that I care, but Elia Kazan directed the film.
Lulu: Yeah, it was -- um -- actually a play first by Tennessee Williams.
Dillon: I know, and your college professor is taking you to see it?
Lulu: What? It's just some assignment. It's not a marriage proposal.
Kelly: So, does this mean you'll be ditching us as roomies and moving in with Patrick?
Robin: Aren't we getting a little ahead of ourselves?
Kelly: You tell us.
Lainey: You and Patrick did just declare your love for each other, didn't you?
Robin: Yes, yes, but I would like a little bit of time to get used to the idea.
Lainey: Well, I mean, you guys have been dating for months, you see each other every day at the hospital, you work together.
Robin: Yes, and it's been great. But living together -- that's a whole other ballgame. I don't even know if we're compatible.
Kelly: You were looking very compatible this morning.
[Lainey and Kelly laugh]
Lainey: Well, why don't you just spend the night at Patrickís house and then, you know, you can just kind of see how it goes.
Robin: Wait a minute. Are you two trying to get rid of me?
Lainey: Of course not.
Kelly: But this morning's gift of privacy was a one-time thing. From now on, if Patrick wants to spend the night, he'll have to deal with all of us at breakfast.
Lainey: Do you think he can even handle all of the estrogen in this apartment?
Robin: I don't know. I give up trying to predict what he'll do. Just when I think I know him, he ends up being better than I ever dreamed.
Patrick: Well, Epiphany, don't you look radiant this morning.
Epiphany: That goofy smile on your face can only mean one thing -- you're in romantic bliss with Dr. Scorpio.
Patrick: Very perceptive woman, aren't you?
Patrick: Yes, Robin and I had a lovely evening. We spent the night at her place --
Epiphany: Uh -- no. Stop right there. Don't want to hear it. More importantly, don't want to see it. Ask your little love to lunch; invite her to the supply room closet. †But I don't want to see any PDAís in the middle of my nurses' station. I have better things to do than to navigate around young doctors in love.
Patrick: You don't fool me.
Epiphany: Excuse me?
Patrick: You're happy for Robin and me. Don't try and deny it.
Carly: Hi. You know, I am sorry that you had to see me with Sonny like that. You -- you know that it wasn't what it looked like, right? You know that?
Jax: It was an act for the police. Right.
Carly: Yes, and I know that sounds lame, but that is the truth.
Jax: I know.
Carly: You do? You know?
Jax: Yeah -- so was mine. I was -- I was acting, too. You know, I was trying to convince Rodriguez and Mac that you and Sonny were having an affair.
Carly: Well, I -- I thought you were going along with it -- I mean, I hoped that you were going along with it, but --
Carly: I just can't lose you, Jax, ok?
Jax: Ok, I've already -- I've already come to terms with the fact that you're going to be friends with Jason and do whatever you can to help him, ok? But more importantly, I don't think that you'd ever cheat on me with -- with Sonny.
Carly: I think you are just so mature and wise and kind and --
Jax: Carly, Carly, it's because I trust you, because I trust you.
Carly: You're wonderful and I love you.
Jax: Yeah, thank you.
Carly: Oh, you know what? You can go away, because the police are gone, Sam and Jason are safe for now.
Carly: So -- bye-bye.
Sonny: Yeah, that's nice, nice performance.
Jax: Yeah, you know, yours wasn't too bad yourself. Actually, it was it a little -- um -- overenthusiastic.
Carly: We should probably keep it down because the cops could be somewhere around here.
Sonny: Well, you didn't seem to care when you and Jax were kissing like high school sweethearts.
Carly: You know, we have a wedding to plan, so you can just go --
Sonny: You think that's a good idea?
Sonny: No, no --
Carly: Don't do this.
Sonny: I'm just saying that, you know, Jax is the one who said that you're going to break off the wedding. If you plan to have a wedding --
Carly: You're not going to stop my wedding by all this drama, ok?
Sonny: Am I the only one who heard that Jax broke off the wedding?
Carly: Fine, he said he broke off the wedding but, you know, we got back together, we're more in love than ever, and it's going to go on as planned.
Sonny: Well, I just assumed, you know, like if --
Carly: You assumed what?
Sonny: Well, I just assumed that you wouldn't be getting married without Jason.
Elizabeth: Here it is.
Jason: Ok. You need to be careful, ok? If Ric finds out his phone is gone, he's going to know you took it.
Elizabeth: Don't worry about it. That was quick.
Elizabeth: He's coming. Hey.
Ric: You had to charge your cell phone, huh?
Elizabeth: Yeah. Thanks for lending it to me.
Elizabeth: This pregnancy has got me really absent-minded.
Ric: No, because I'm happy to help you any way I can.
Patrick: What took you so long?
Robin: Good things come to those who wait.
Sonny: How you feeling?
Alexis: More determined than ever to beat this cancer. Ric was here.
Sonny: Oh. Threatening to hang on to his job whether you came back or not?
Alexis: How did you know?
Sonny: Because he's predictable, he loves power and the abuse of power, and the D.A.'s office gives him that.
Alexis: His attitude makes me livid.
Sonny: He's not going to give up the job easy. You know that, don't you?
Alexis: Oh, yes, he is, because I'm going to recover and I'm going to kick him out on his business-suited ass. And I hope he puts up a fight because it'll just make the victory that much more sweet.
Sonny: I like it. I like when you're all fired up.
Alexis: It's only the beginning.
Sonny: All right. Well, you know what? Since you're on a roll, I'm going to give you some more good news. Carly and Jax aren't going to be getting married on the 16th.
Alexis: Jax was here earlier. He didn't say anything about the wedding being canceled.
Sonny: Well, yeah, I spoke to Carly since then and, trust me, she's not going to go through with it.
Alexis: You and Carly got back together, didn't you? Well, that's a noble gesture -- in a twisted sort of way.
Sonny: No. I simply told her that, you know --
Alexis: I know how the two of you like to play your little dysfunctional games, and you're back together --
Sonny: Ah --
Alexis: And I have to say that I still feel sorry for Jax, even though he did escape narrowly.
Sonny: Ok, look, I'm sorry to burst your bubble. I did not seduce Carly, even though sometimes I think that I should just to prove a point. I did something faster and more effective.
Alexis: You hurt him?
Sonny: Would I -- would I do something like that?
Sonny: No, I just -- I just told Carly that she can't get married because Jasonís a fugitive.
Sonny: Well, they're best friends, she listens to him -- you know the whole thing, right?
Alexis: No, I don't know.
Sonny: What do you mean?
Alexis: Well, Carly just managed to hoodwink the most handsome, wonderful, heartbreakingly honest man into marrying her. She's not going to give that up, whether Jasonís at the wedding or not.
Sonny: Ok, you don't get it. Carly's superstitious. She married Lorenzo Alcazar without Jasonís blessing, and look how terrible that turned out. She's not going to go through with this wedding with Jax if Jasonís not by her side. So what I'm trying to say is marriage ain't going to happen.
Carly: Sonny thinks he's being subtle, but he is so obvious. He's just trying to psych me out.
Jax: Is it working?
Carly: No, it's not working. It's not working in the slightest.
Jax: Jason doesn't matter to you?
Carly: Yes, Jason matters to me. I need Jason, but he doesn't have to be there in person.
Jax: You asked him to stand up for you at the wedding, right?
Carly: And he said yes, and he gave us his approval by saying yes, so it's fine.
Jax: I know Jason and me -- we don't exactly see eye to eye, so "approval" is not the word I would use.
Carly: Ok, all right, true. But you know what? He's not fighting me on this at all, so we're fine. It's ok.
Jax: Can you honestly see yourself getting married without Jason?
Carly: I care about Jason, and I would love for him to be there, but if he can't make it because he's on the run from the cops, then he can be there in spirit. It's ok.
Jax: You don't need to talk yourself into this.
Carly: I'm not talking myself into this!
Jax: Look, I can -- listen. I want to marry you as soon as possible, I do, but I want this wedding to be perfect for both of us, and it's not going to be perfect for you if Jasonís not there, ok? So if you want to postpone, then --
Carly: No. We are not postponing the wedding.
Jax: I'm just saying --
Carly: No, no. This wedding is going to happen when it's supposed to happen, Jason or no Jason, ok?
Man: Mrs. Corinthos?
Man: I have your floral selections ready for your final approval.
Carly: Perfect timing.
Man: Here's your bridal bouquet and the table arrangement.
Carly: That's awful.
Man: You said roses and lilies with ginger blossoms.
Carly: I know, but this is the first time I'm seeing it together, and it's awful, ok, because we're going to have to start from scratch. There's no way I am getting married with this sitting on the table.
Epiphany: You're a grown woman, able to make your own decisions. But I can't figure out why you made the choice you just made.
Elizabeth: What are you talking about?
Epiphany: Elizabeth, you are pregnant. So why would you choose to help Jason Morgan -- who happens to be a wanted fugitive -- do something criminal to the District Attorney?
Elizabeth: Ok, look, I don't know what you think you saw, but all I was doing --
Epiphany: Look, don't bother making excuses to me. But I can't help but wonder, what would Lucky think? Remember him? Your baby's father?
Jason: Sam? Sam?
Officer: Right here.
Ric: All right, I'm pulling into the cemetery parking lot right now. Don't wait for me. Move in and arrest her.
Officer: Freeze! You're under arrest.
Ric: Don't give her the opportunity to run!
Officer: Put your hands behind your head. Freeze!
Officer: She's down.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Luke: Let's set a date.
Laura: It's got to be perfect. We're only going to do this one more time.
Carly: Our wedding is jinxed.
Jax: Why don't we just accept the fact that we're not going to get married on November 16?
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