General Hospital Transcript Thursday 11/30/06
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Jason: Hey. Come on. You need some help.
Elizabeth: What are you doing? You're supposed to be hiding, not answering doors.
Jason: I'm feeling a little stronger, it's ok.
Elizabeth: Oh, please. Sorry to doubt your word, but last time you said that, you ripped open your stitches and started bleeding again.
Jason: Elizabeth, I'm going to be fine.
Elizabeth: Didn't Sam tell you, you need time to heal?
Jason: Ok, look, I appreciate that you got Sam the cell phone so she can call me, but --
Elizabeth: I just thought maybe she could talk you out of hurting yourself again.
Alexis: Are those really necessary?
Det. Rodriguez: Well, D.A. Lansing wants everything done by the book.
Alexis: I'm sure that he does. Would you give us a minute?
Det. Rodriguez: No problem.
Alexis: Thank you. How are you holding up?
Sam: I'm ok. What are the chances of you getting me out of here?
Alexis: I'm going to do my best. With the charges you're facing, Ric is going to recommend that you're bound over for trial. You're also a documented flight risk, so I highly doubt the judge is going to grant you bail.
Ric: Where are we with Jason Morgan?
Lucky: There's been no sign of him.
Ric: Yeah? Well, keep looking.
Lucky: Why are you so convinced that Jason is still alive?
Ric: There's no body, right?
Lucky: Well, we haven't had any leads yet, either.
Ric: We may have one sooner than you think.
Spinelli: Oh, such a waste -- I was two levels away from total domination on Street Killer.
Lulu: If I have to hear another word about that stupid game, I will kill you myself.
Spinelli: Whoa. Simmer down. Sounds like the whole "imminent death" thing is starting to take its toll.
Lulu: Would you just shut up and help me with this?
Spinelli: Nobody can help us. You heard Evil Al -- "game over."
Lulu: Look, I am not going to sit here and wait for Alcazar to kill us. We need to find a way out.
Spinelli: Look, do you -- do you really want to spend your last minutes on earth messing around with that?
Lulu: Well, do you have a better idea?
Spinelli: Well, you -- you can mess around with me.
Lulu: That's it -- you're so dead right now!
Man: Hey! Mr. Alcazar apologizes for any inconvenience. He wanted to make sure your stay with us was as comfortable as possible. Drink up. This will all be over soon.
Lorenzo: Have the plane waiting -- I want to leave within the hour.
Skye: Where you going?
Lorenzo: The medical examiner released Diegoís body. I'm taking him to the family home tonight.
Skye: Well, I'll make arrangements for Lila. I'll call the night nurse; she can be here within the hour --
Lorenzo: Won't be necessary.
Skye: Lorenzo, you are burying your son. I am going with you.
Lorenzo: I appreciate the thought. Our baby needs you here.
Skye: Lorenzo --
Lorenzo: This is something I have to do on my own.
Sonny: You want a war, you got one.
Lorenzo: You shouldn't have to listen to this.
Sonny: No, stay, Skye. You have every right to know what the father of your daughter is doing.
Lorenzo: You used to know better than to involve women and children.
Sonny: You're the one who chose to involve your son into the family business. You should've kept a better eye on him because he got into something he couldn't handle and you couldn't pull him out.
Lorenzo: My son was an adult, and he was murdered.
Sonny: No, Sam shot Diego in self-defense. She wouldn't have even been in that warehouse if you hadn't helped Ric frame her.
Skye: Lorenzo, what is he talking about?
Sonny: Yeah, go ahead, tell her. Tell her, go ahead. He's in partnership with my psycho brother.
Lorenzo: You should go.
Sonny: You're right, you're right. I'm sorry to interrupt. You need to back off. You don't want your little girl growing up without a father, do you?
Lorenzo: I promised you that I would keep the peace as long as Sonny did the same. Now he's made it clear -- that will not be possible.
Lulu: What are you doing? If we're going to escape, you need to be sober.
Spinelli: Hey, look around -- we're trapped, and pretty soon we'll be dead. We may as well party while we have the chance.
Lulu: We need to find a way out of here.
Spinelli: Look, I'm all for positive thinking, but Alcazar's the kind of dude that gets the job done, and we're about to be snuffed. And I don't know about you, but I want to be so trashed, I don't feel a thing. Yeah!
Elizabeth: Instead of jeopardizing your recovery by overexerting yourself, I have a little project for you.
Jason: Ah, it's a guide to Italy.
Elizabeth: Where I still plan to go someday. But in the meantime, I like to dream up imaginary itineraries, so I thought maybe you check out a few places and see where I should go.
Jason: So this is busy work?
Elizabeth: Think of it more as a favor -- actually, two, since I'd really appreciate it if you could just sit still long enough to heal, instead of jeopardizing your freedom and your health.
Jason: Ok, listen, if you want to talk about risking things, you're the one who took the risk last night. If the cops would've caught you giving Sam that cell phone, you would've been arrested. You know that, right?
Elizabeth: Well, nothing I've said to you so far has made a difference. So I was just hoping that -- that Sam could help you realize that pushing yourself isn't going to do anybody any good.
Lucky: I hope you don't mind. The desk nurse told me you were here.
Robin: Uh -- no. If this is about your mom, I was actually --
Lucky: No, I'm here on official business. Ric has reason to believe Jason is still alive.
Robin: And you came all the way over here to tell me that because --
Lucky: Jason was shot fleeing a murder scene, and you being a doctor and -- and his friend --
Robin: If you're asking me if Jason has contacted me, the answer is no.
Lucky: Well, Ric doesn't care whether Jason lives or die I just -- I want to bring him in peacefully. You wouldn't be doing yourself or Jason any favors by covering.
Robin: I -- I'm not denying that I would help him if he came to me, but he hasn't, and he probably wonít.
Lucky: Well, if Jason does contact you, just remember what I said, please.
Robin: Ok. Lucky, wait. I was going to call you. I believe I owe you an apology -- for giving you and your family false hope about Lauraís recovery. I suggested a treatment that I knew wouldn't last, and that wasn't fair to any of you.
Ric: Don't be a hero today. If you're not feeling well, please say so.
Alexis: My blood count's already gone up knowing that I'm going to wipe the floor with you.
Alexis: Hi. You ok?
Ric: Why you agreed to let your mother go through this is beyond me.
Alexis: Her mother is more than capable of speaking for herself.
Ric: If Alexis should feel tired, do me a favor -- have the decency to stop the hearing before she collapses.
Sam: If you're not up for this, I can get another attorney.
Alexis: Which is exactly what he wants you to do. Don't give him the satisfaction.
Bailiff: All rise. Court is now in session, the honorable Judge Dennis Bryant presiding. Case number 10852, State of New York vs. Samantha McCall. Please state your appearances for the record.
Ric: Ric Lansing for the prosecution, your honor.
Alexis: Alexis Davis for the defense.
Judge: You have co-counsel, Ms. Davis?
Alexis: No, your honor, I donít.
Judge: I'll have to postpone these proceedings until your client can obtain alternate counsel.
Alexis: Ms. McCall has adequate counsel at this time.
Judge: This is my courtroom, Ms. Davis. I will not have you come in here and try this case alone.
Robin: I knew that your mother's recovery would only be temporary, but I pushed Luke to give her the treatment anyway.
Lucky: Nobody pushes my dad into anything. He knew the risk, and he agreed. You don't have to apologize for my mom's relapse.
Robin: But your family had to experience losing your mother all over again because of my need to keep hope alive when there really was none. I -- I can't begin to tell you how sorry I am.
Lucky: You have nothing to apologize for. I wouldn't trade the days we had with my mother for anything. The time that we spent with her meant more to us than you will ever know.
Patrick: Well, I hope you were paying attention.
Patrick: Lucky doesn't blame you for what happened to Laura. He's grateful for the time he spent with his mother.
Robin: No, he's just being gracious.
Patrick: You gave Lucky something that people could only dream about. Do you have any idea what I would do for that opportunity to spend a couple of minutes, let alone a few days, with my mother again? Say all the things that I wish I would've said if I would've had the time?
Robin: I lied to Lucky. He may be able to forgive me for that, but I don't think I can ever forgive myself for what I've done.
Emily: Hey, what are you doing up here?
Nikolas: Well -- uh -- I'm supposed to be at a board meeting, but I needed some air, so --
Emily: Oh. Great minds. Gosh, I won't be able to come up here without a coat for much longer. I think the weather's starting to turn.
Emily: Grandfather says it's one of the longest, latest Indian summers that we've had in years.
Nikolas: In 25 years.
Nikolas: I looked it up.
Nikolas: Well, when my mother wanted to get remarried, I wanted to make sure that they weren't saying their vows in a blizzard. So I went online, and the prediction was the weather would hold.
Emily: Which it did.
Nikolas: It did.
Nikolas: Yeah, November 25 years ago was the last time it was this warm this long. 1981 -- the first time Laura married Luke.
Emily: Oh, must be fate.
Nikolas: Yeah, or a gift from the gods. Greek mythology is full of those things -- something wonderful with something sad underneath. Yeah. Like the first time my mother married Luke, she disappeared a few months later -- kidnapped by my family, forced to marry my father, gave birth to me. Remember?
Emily: You always say that like you're to blame somehow. Laura doesn't blame you; she loves you.
Nikolas: Well, at least she had a few months of happiness then. This time she didn't even get a few days. By the time she was saying her vows, she was already slipping away.
Alexis: I can assure you, your honor, that I am more than qualified to try this case without the benefit of co-counsel.
Judge: Your qualifications are not what concern me, Ms. Davis. You're currently on a medical leave of absence from the District Attorney's office, are you not?
Alexis: Yes, I am, but I fail to see the relevance.
Judge: I have serious doubts that you'll be strong enough to last the duration of this trial. Ms. McCall has been charged with murder. I don't want to start these proceedings and have to issue a continuance because you had to drop out for health reasons.
Alexis: Your honor, forgive me, but is this your opinion or that of the Interim District Attorney?
Judge: Mr. Lansing and I have yet to speak about this particular matter.
Alexis: I have a sworn affidavit from my oncologist stating that I am more than qualified to go back to work.
Judge: May I see it?
Alexis: Certainly. Your honor, if you attempt to bar me from trying this case, it will be a violation of my civil rights.
Judge: If you're determined to go through with this, there will be some ground rules.
Judge: To ensure that Ms. McCall has a fair trial by an impartial jury, I'll need to insist that you wear a wig. I'll not have the jury swayed by obvious proof of your illness.
Alexis: Fine. Please note that I will be filing a motion for discrimination.
Judge: So noted. Let's proceed.
Alexis: I'd like to petition the court for bail for my client, please.
Ric: The state has no objection to bail for Ms. McCall.
Elizabeth: Don't bother with Florence and Rome because I already know I'm going to visit there.
[Knock on door]
Elizabeth: Who is it?
Sonny: A friend.
Sonny: Sorry to interrupt.
Jason: Hey, any word on Spinelli?
Sonny: Stan put a tap on Alcazar's phone. He's going to monitor the calls coming in and out of the place.
Stan: If he mentions anything about Spinelli, I'll let you know.
Jason: Ok, first of all, Alcazar doesn't care if Spinelli is -- is dead or alive at this point. If we don't move now, it's going to be too late. I'm going.
Sonny: No, you're not going. You're not going anywhere. You're staying right here.
Spinelli: Dude, no way you pull this off.
Lulu: Watch me. Red leather, yellow leather, the -- yellow leather, red --
Spinelli: See, I told you! It is physically impossible to say it three times fast.
Lulu: Ok, fine. Your turn.
Spinelli: Ok. Red leather, yellow leather, red leather --
[Lulu and Spinelli laugh]
Man: Party's over.
Spinelli: Oh, too slow.
Man: Give me the bottle, kid.
[Lulu and Spinelli laugh]
Spinelli: You want it? Come and get it.
Man: Get him.
Spinelli: Oh, you want --
Lulu: Help! Somebody help!
Man: Damn it, get the girl!
Lulu: Somebody help me! I'm stuck; I don't know where I am! Get your hands off of me! Don't touch me! Put me down! Put me down!
Maxie: Lucky, you're just in time. I have an appointment with Dr. Lee in a couple of minutes. Do you want to come with me?
Lucky: Listen, I'm sorry. I'm just -- I'm here on official business.
Maxie: Look, I know that this baby doesn't seem real to you, but I can feel it growing inside me, and maybe -- maybe when I start to show, you'll realize what a miracle this baby can be.
Lucky: All right, I got to go. Excuse me.
Patrick: Hey -- don't you think you're overreacting?
Robin: You've been telling me from day one that I need to stop acting like this know-it-all. Focus on the facts and stop trying to be the patient's friend.
Patrick: I was an arrogant jerk.
Robin: No, you were right. I don't know how to be objective about a case because I get too emotionally attached.
Patrick: Robin, you never give up on your patients. That's what makes you a great doctor.
Robin: Letting Laura believe that she had a future, even if it was just for a little while, was a breach of ethics. I knew that her recovery was temporary, and I did not tell her that.
Patrick: You were honoring her family's wishes.
Robin: My responsibility is to the patient, not the family. From now on, I tell the truth -- no matter what the consequences.
Nikolas: I could tell by the way Robin was acting that there was something not right with my mother's recovery. And Luke just -- he had no right, you know? He wasn't even her husband at the time she was given the medication -- he's not her husband now.
Emily: I'm so sorry.
Nikolas: You know, I -- I don't why. I just -- I could sense that he was withholding information. And when I -- when I went to get her to walk down the aisle, I could tell that something was off. I could tell that she was losing time.
Emily: What could you have done, Nikolas? I mean, gone downstairs to confront Luke? Caused a big fight that would only make things worse?
Nikolas: No, I know. No, I know, I know. I just -- I don't understand why Luke can do whatever the hell he wants. You know, he can hurt anyone and everyone, from Lulu to Lucky to -- to even your Aunt Tracy. All in the name of what, his great love for Laura? I mean, look where that's gotten her. She's back in a room staring at a wall. And if any part of her can still think or remember anything, she's sitting there believing that she's Lukeís wife, and she's not. So in the end, he just -- he just plain lied to her.
Judge: The state has no objection to releasing Ms. McCall on bail?
Ric: No, your honor.
Judge: The defendant has been charged with murder, felony theft, evidence tampering, felony assault on an officer of this court -- that would be you, Mr. Lansing -- and has previously escaped from police custody. I'd say Ms. McCall is a definite flight risk.
Ric: Well, as you have stated, your honor, Ms. McCallís mother has been gravely ill and required numerous hospital stays. In Ms. Davis' absence, Ms. McCall has been left to care for her two younger siblings. I have no doubt that she will continue to honor those responsibilities when she is released.
Judge: Well, based on the charges against Ms. McCall, I cannot in good faith release her to her own recognizance.
Alexis: Would you consider releasing her into my custody, your honor?
Judge: Mr. Lansing?
Ric: State has no objection, your honor.
Judge: What that would mean, Ms. McCall, is that you would reside with your mother while awaiting trial. During that time, she would be solely responsible for your actions. So if you decide to run away again, your mother could be held criminally liable. Is this an acceptable arrangement for you?
Sam: Yes, your honor.
Judge: So ordered. Bail is set for $500,000.
[Judge pounds gavel]
Judge: Court is in recess.
Jason: Sonny, if I don't find Spinelli, there's going to be no way to prove that Ric framed Sam.
Sonny: Let me take care of Ric.
Jason: But Spinelli knows me. If I approach him --
Sonny: All he knows is you almost got him killed. We can send anybody we want.
Stan: Alcazar is getting a call.
Sonny: Let me hear it.
Lorenzo: What happened?
Man: The girl tried to escape, but we've got her back under control.
Lorenzo: What about Spinelli?
Man: He won't be a problem.
Lorenzo: Put them both in a car and send it off Lookout Point.
Man: Yes, Sir.
Sonny: Ok, I'm going to send some people over to pick up Spinelli and whoever that girl is.
Jason: No, no, no, I can handle this.
Sonny: You're not listening.
Jason: Let me handle this.
Sonny: You're not listening. You're not going anywhere; you're staying here.
Spinelli: Your plan totally hurled.
Lulu: I made it outside, didn't I?
Spinelli: Yeah, for like, a nanosecond.
Lulu: Well, someone on the docks probably heard me scream, and when they report it, the police are probably going to find us.
Spinelli: Our bodies maybe. Look, Al's dude in charge is crazy mad. I bet he can't wait to start whaling on us.
Lulu: It's --
Spinelli: Ah --
Man: Drink this.
Lulu: What? Why? So you can throw me off the pier? No, I'm not going to do it.
Man: Get on your knees. Start drinking or I'll kill your friend.
Lulu: This guy is not my friend.
Spinelli: Harsh much?
Man: Then I guess you won't mind watching him die, will you? Do it.
Lulu: Ok, no, no, no, no! Don't hurt him -- please, don't do anything. I'll do whatever you want. Just don't -- please --
Patrick: Your son's tumor is aggressive. Based on the size and location, surgery is his best chance for survival.
Woman: Simon's been through so much already. I -- I don't want him to be in any more pain.
Patrick: He'll be under general anesthesia. I promise you he won't feel a thing.
Man: What are the odds that Simon will come through?
Patrick: With any surgery, there's risk. But I've had success with this particular procedure in the past. Mr. and Mrs. Hewlitt, this is Dr. Scorpio.
Mrs. Hewlitt: Hi.
Patrick: She's consulting on your son's case.
Robin: I specialize in drug therapy, which can often be used in conjunction with surgery.
Mrs. Hewlitt: Will these drugs increase Simonís chances?
Robin: Your son has a brain stem glioma. Even if Simonís tumor was localized, the success rate of Dr. Drake's surgery is about 35%. I'm sorry, but your son's chances of survival, with or without drug therapy, are poor at best.
Elizabeth: I made you some soup. It's chicken noodle -- Cameronís favorite.
Jason: Did you say something to Sonny about me?
Elizabeth: I didn't have to. He could see what sort of shape you're in.
Jason: I'm going to be fine.
Elizabeth: Not if you don't eat. Chicken noodle is vital to your recovery process.
Jason: Ok, for the record, I just want to say that this whole process was a lot easier when you weren't a nurse.
Elizabeth: Oh. Gee, thanks. Let me see what you picked out for me.
Jason: Oh --
Elizabeth: Piazza El Campo? What's that?
Jason: Mm-hmm. Town Square in the center of Siena. There's an art mus--
Jason: Museum I thought you'd like. Yeah?
Francis: Jason, it's Francis. Listen, I -- I tried calling Mr. Corinthos, but he's not answering his phone.
Jason: What's the problem?
Francis: Well, one of our guys down on the docks heard a girl screaming outside of Warehouse 22.
Jason: That's one of Alcazar's, right?
Francis: Yeah, yeah, it is. It -- it could be nothing, but I thought you or Mr. Corinthos would want to know about it.
Jason: No, you did the right thing by calling me. Thanks.
Jason: I got to go.
Elizabeth: Just be careful.
Alexis: You ready to go?
Sam: What was that all about?
Sam: At the hearing -- you agreed to take responsibility for me.
Alexis: I thought you wanted me to get you out of here.
Sam: I do, but -- ok, if I mess up again, you are going to jail.
Alexis: Then donít.
Sam: Ok. I just really don't understand why Ric was agreeing for bail. I -- maybe he really is worried about you.
Alexis: Ric has an agenda. It has nothing to do with me. Let's go.
Det. Rodriguez: All right.
Alexis: Sam's release papers signed and sealed by Judge Bryant.
Det. Rodriguez: Everything looks in good order. You're good to go.
Sam: My stuff. Thank you.
Ric: Don't make me regret doing this for you.
Sam: Well, why did you?
Ric: I wanted to give you a chance to spend some more time with your family while you still can. Enjoy your freedom -- it won't last long.
Alexis: The only reason that he lets you out on bail is so that you will run to the place where Jason is hiding. Don't do that.
Sam: I wonít. Don't worry. It's the last thing I'm going to do.
Ric: Lucky, we just got a lead on Jason Morgan. I want you to handle it -- personally.
Max: You have a visitor, boss.
Max: The guy wouldn't give his name. He said he'd only talk to you.
Sonny: Max, I don't have time right now. Who is it?
Max: Look, I wouldn't let the guy in --
Max: But he says he has some information that you're really going to want to hear.
Sonny: Do I know you?
Pete: Uh -- no. I'm Pete Marquez. I'm an English professor at P.C.U.
Sonny: Yeah, professor, what do you want?
Pete: Well, it was brought to my attention that one of my students used my computer to do some work for Lorenzo Alcazar.
Sonny: You have any idea where he is?
Pete: No, no, but he sent me a text message last night asking for my help. When I went to respond, two of Alcazar's men showed up and questioned me. I didn't want them to find Spinelli, so I took the P.D.A., I shoved it into a book, and I handed it to another one of my students. When I came back, she was gone.
Sonny: It was a girl?
Pete: Yeah -- Lulu Spencer.
Sonny: Lulu is mixed up in this?
Pete: You know Lulu?
Sonny: Yeah, I -- I'm friends with her father. We've been friends for years.
Pete: Look, I'm -- I'm really worried that Lulu might have tried to contact Spinelli, and they could both be in trouble. I can't seem to find her anywhere.
Lulu: I don't know what's so great about facing death. Personally, I think it sucks but, no, not my dad. No, he lives for this stuff.
Spinelli: Oh, there's a name for dudes like that. He's a -- uh -- oh, God -- he's a sexis-- no, no, no, he's an exis-- something.
Lulu: Well, all I know is that he screwed up. And he does whatever he can to get himself killed for what?
Spinelli: Uh -- to create meaning in an otherwise empty universe?
Lulu: Well, I don't care what he's trying to do. I am not ready to die. I have too much stuff that I need to take care of.
Spinelli: Oh? Like what?
Lulu: Like keeping a promise that I made for my mom -- not that it really matters anymore, anyway.
Spinelli: Why not?
Lulu: Because my mom is not here -- well, her body is, but not her mind.
Lulu: Yeah, you have no idea.
Spinelli: Existentialist! Whew.
Spinelli: Your dad -- he's a exis--
Spinelli: What was that?
Lulu: I hear them coming. Give me this.
Lulu: Ugh -- because I'm not going to die without a fight.
Patrick: Are you happy now? You just scared the hell out of that kid's parents.
Robin: I was just being honest. They need to understand that their kid might not make it.
Patrick: Robin, that child has a tumor the size of a grapefruit. Don't you think they already know that?
Robin: I didn't want them convincing themselves that drug therapy would work if he makes it through surgery.
Patrick: Robin, all they were looking for was a little reassurance that they were making the right choice.
Robin: For who? Simon is terminal. There's nothing that can be done to save hi
Patrick: If Simon were to come a month ago, you would've tried every drug under the sun to make sure he had more time with his family.
Robin: I just did not see the point of putting a kid through an invasive procedure that will not improve his quality of life. You're the one that claims to deal in facts -- that's all I'm doing.
Patrick: So you couldn't save Laura, now you're just giving up on everyone else? Is that the way it's going to be? Well, that's fine, that's your choice. Just stay the hell away from my patients.
Emily: Hey. This is contact information for Dr. Legrasse in France.
Nikolas: Dr. Legrasse -- the man who gave the world LS-49. You think I should write him a letter of gratitude, make a donation to his clinic?
Emily: Nikolas, Luke went to see Dr. Legrasse to learn about his research before --
Nikolas: I know, I know, I know. And if I hear that Luke struggled with the decision to bring my mother back, it'll help me make peace with the situation. I know.
Emily: If you had gone to France and -- and spoken to dr. Legrasse, and he'd given you the same options that he gave Luke, what would you have chosen?
Nikolas: I don't know. I mean, with Lulu struggling to get past the abortion, Lucky's addition -- we would've needed our mother, and she would want to be there. That much I do believe. Luke -- he was just giving Laura what she said she wanted, and that was to be remarried. How could he refuse that? How could he explain -- knowing that she only had a month left -- that he was married to Tracy? So Luke did what Luke does. He didn't explain. He just did what he wanted.
Emily: He did what Laura wanted. Who cares if the marriage wasn't legal? He made her happy.
Nikolas: Yeah. But you know what surprised me most --
Nikolas: About the wedding? When -- when the wedding photographer was taking our photograph, Luke just put his arm around me like it was the most natural thing in the world. I know. And I remember I -- I looked up at Laura. She was watching us, and I could see all the love on her face. And he gave her that. He did. He just -- he -- he laid down all the hate and all the grudges and -- you know, what's the point of me picking them up again? Maybe I owe it to my mother to accept Luke for all his flaws and just give him the benefit of the doubt like she did. Yeah. I don't know, maybe that's what I -- that's what I take from getting her back -- that -- that one moment, that one -- that one picture of that love on her face. Huh. See -- something wonderful with something sad underneath. A gift from the gods.
Sonny: Lulu's had a lot on her mind lately -- her mother's sick. She's having to deal with that. Maybe she wanted to spend some time alone.
Pete: Alcazar was looking for Spinelli, and he basically said he'd kill me if I didn't help find him. Now, with death threats being thrown around like that, I don't like the fact that Lulu's unaccounted for.
Sonny: Neither do I.
Skye: I need to speak with you.
Sonny: Hey, thanks for bringing this to my attention.
Sonny: I'll take care of it.
Pete: All right.
Skye: I'm sorry I interrupted your meeting.
Sonny: Well, like -- you know --
Sonny: Once again, I'm busy.
Skye: Look, if we wait any longer, someone's going to die who doesn't need to.
Spinelli: Dude, what are you doing?
Lulu: Just stand where they can see you, and when the door opens, I'll hit the first one and I'll take his gun.
Spinelli: What about the second one?
Spinelli: Oh --
Lorenzo: I'm on my way to Venezuela. I want this finished by the time my plane lands.
Man: The girl's car is waiting at Lookout Point. I'm on my way over to the warehouse now to pick them up.
Lorenzo: I want this handled quick and painless, do you understand?
Man: Spinelli and the girl are halfway through a bottle of tequila. They'll be passed out before their car goes over the edge.
Lorenzo: Unfortunately, killing Lulu is the only way to keep this quiet. But I do not want the girl to suffer.
Skye: Lorenzo's son died because he followed in his father's footsteps. What would you do if that had been Michael?
Sonny: My -- my kids will never be part of my business.
Skye: Maybe not directly --
[Lila Rae fusses]
Skye: But everyone knows that the child is every parent's greatest weakness.
Sonny: Is that what Alcazar's planning -- to use my kids against me?
Skye: Lorenzo would never hurt a child, and I'm hoping that you wouldn't, either.
Sonny: I will give you my word. I will never harm you or your child.
Skye: What about her father?
Sonny: Alcazar's the one who started this.
Skye: But you keep pushing. If you don't stop, you're going to give Lorenzo no choice but to have to fight back. Please. I would hate to see any of our children caught in the crossfire.
Sonny: You want to protect your daughter? Then keep her away from her father. You have no idea what Alcazar is capable of.
Ric: Sam enjoying her freedom?
Alexis: If you're expecting me to thank you, donít. I know what you're doing.
Ric: Care to enlighten me?
Alexis: You want Sam to run so she'll take you to where Jason is hiding, and then there'll be a big shootout and all the people you hate will go down in a hail of bullets. How am I doing?
Ric: Did you ever bother to ask yourself what happened to us? We had a marriage, Alexis, we had two beautiful girls. I don't know why I did what I did. It was obvious that we had problems, that we were dancing around with one another. But they all became magnified when Sam came into our lives.
Alexis: What Sam did was painful and humiliating, and I honestly don't know if I will ever truly be able to forgive her. But you, Ric -- I ask myself every night, "what happened?" You tell me what happened. Did you just snap? Or is this really who you really are?
Elizabeth: Don't worry, little one. Your daddy may be the most stubborn person I have ever met, but he is strong and resourceful. Jason has to be ok. He just has to.
[Knock on door]
Sam: Hey, hi. Can I come in?
Elizabeth: How did you get out?
Sam: I made bail.
Elizabeth: Then why are you wearing scrubs?
Sam: Well, Ric has half the police department tailing me. I needed to lose them before I came to see Jason. Where is he?
Elizabeth: Oh, he's out looking for Spinelli -- again -- because he's determined to prove you're innocent.
Sam: Ok. How's he doing?
Elizabeth: Oh, let's see -- he's been shot, he nearly bled to death, and then he ripped his stitches open trying to help you. How do you think he's doing?
Lulu: Why didn't you tell me it was Jason?
Spinelli: You clocked him before I got the chance. Oh, damn, you laid the dude out cold.
Lulu: My God, what are we going to do?
Spinelli: Uh -- vamoose.
Lulu: No, no no, I can't just leave him here!
Spinelli: I can.
Lulu: Jason? Jason? Wake up, please, we have to go. Huh?
Jason: What are you doing?
Lulu: Uh -- um -- Alcazar's men grabbed me last night and I thought you were one of them, so I -- I hit you over the head. I'm sorry.
Jason: Where's -- where's Spinelli?
Lulu he left, but we need to go right now.
Lulu: Are you ok? I'm sorry.
>> Stay tuned for scenes from the next "General Hospital."
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Elizabeth: I guess you're just going to have to trust that he won't push his limit.
Sam: How dare you try to explain Jason to me.
Sonny: Alcazar will kill anyone to get what he wants.
Man: I'm not taking any chances. You're both going to disappear.
Nikolas: Are we just friends or are we more than that?
Emily: What do you want?
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