General Hospital Transcript Friday 12/8/06
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Nikolas: You're leaving tonight?
Colleen: I think it's best.
Nikolas: Ok, but I -- I didn't anticipate you leaving until after New Yearís.
Colleen: Don't misunderstand. I have no expectation of being paid for time I haven't worked.
Nikolas: No, no, it's not about -- it's not about money, but I'd like to know why you suddenly decided to leave now.
Patrick: Why hasn't this been updated?
Epiphany: Excuse me?
Patrick: I left specific instructions for Mr. Owen to be monitored on the hour, every hour.
Epiphany: If you want a patient monitored every hour, say that. And if this lovely mood is the result of a fight with Dr. Scorpio, I suggest you take it out on her and not the staff.
Robin: I know, I know, surprise, I should've called.
Sonny: No, I'm always happy to see you.
Robin: I won't take up too much of your time. I just --
Sonny: You can take up as much time as you want. But you seem a little fidgety. What's going on?
Robin: Yeah. You know, I just -- I need an objective opinion from someone who knows --
Robin: And you're it. Well, you're the only one, actually.
Sonny: Ok. I'll give it my best shot.
Robin: Ok, ok. You knew Stone and I together. You know how much I loved him. You saw how devastated I was when he died.
Robin: And you saw me struggle and then decide to get on with my life, right? The operative word being "decide." I made a conscious decision to reassemble what was left of my heart and get on with the business of living. So, I mean, it must be obvious to you -- I mean, to anyone, except arrogant, know-it-all Patrick -- that I'm not suffering from anything resembling survivor's guilt.
Sonny: Of course you are.
Jason: I didn't realize you were in so much pain.
Lulu: You don't have to sugarcoat it. I'm a lot stronger than I look right now, so why don't you just say what you really mean? You didn't know that I lost my virginity based on a lie, and hit the jackpot and wound up pregnant. And then I decided to have an abortion, rather than live with the consequences of my actions. And now, you're stuck with me in the middle of nowhere. And I just had a major meltdown, and you're trying to figure out how to keep me in once piece long enough so that we can go to Oakfield and you can find Spinelli so that you can get your life back on track.
Jason: Do you ever stop to breathe? Just breathe. Ok, look, finding Spinelli will be a lot easier with you, but if you're not up for it, I'll take --
Lulu: Don't you dare -- dare feel sorry for me right now.
Nikolas: Colleen, I -- I think I deserve an explanation. I mean, why are you leaving now, instead of after New Yearís?
Colleen: Your son is a very sensitive boy. Spencer's in tune with emotions, his own and other peopleís. And as hard as I might try, I know myself. I won't be able to hide how sad I am to be leaving him. And since the very last thing I want is to cause that sweet little baby any distress, I -- I think a clean break is best. Unless you disagree.
Nikolas: Um -- Emily --
Nikolas: What do you think?
Emily: I think Colleen has a point, you know? Spencer will probably pick up on how she's feeling.
Nikolas: I know, but the holidays are coming and all, and --
Emily: Yeah, you know what? I'm here. Between me, you, and Alfred, we'll definitely manage.
Nikolas: Ok, ok. In that case, leave whenever you like, I suppose.
Colleen: I'll pack my things. Thank you both for being so understanding.
Nikolas: I -- I still say the timing could have been better.
Emily: Look, Nikolas, if Colleen's mood could affect Spencer, then it really is for the best. Don't worry. I will happily give you and Alfred all the help you need.
Robin: I can't believe you agree with Patrick.
Sonny: You don't think Patrick has insight into what drives you?
Robin: Yeah, about most things, but not about this. See, doctors have a very unfortunate habit of having to label everything. Thank you.
Robin: Like it's a disease, right? So I don't understand why I would have survivor's guilt when I know perfectly well that Stone died because his illness progressed to AIDS before the drug cocktails were available to him.
Sonny: But see, you're talking about what you know in your head. A lot of times, it has nothing to do with what's going on in your heart. You had a life. You have a life. You have a career. Stone didnít.
Robin: But I don't feel guilty about being a doctor.
Sonny: How about being in love with Patrick?
Patrick: Once again, you seem to have forgotten the pecking order around here.
Epiphany: Is that so?
Patrick: Yes, that's so.
Epiphany: Well, why don't you remind me?
Patrick: My pleasure. I'm a surgeon; you're a nurse.
Epiphany: Which means what? I'm supposed to bow down before your God-like presence?
Patrick: Which means you're supposed to treat me with some modicum of respect. Commenting on my personal life is completely inappropriate.
Epiphany: Let me tell you a little something about on-campus relationships. Folks start out floating on air. Stealing time in supply closets. Then things go south, and those same people start slamming around, barking orders, and running the staff off their feet.
Patrick: What's your point?
Epiphany: If you and Dr. Scorpio don't want comments made about your romance, then don't play it out in the middle of a hospital for everyone to see. That, Surgeon Drake, is inappropriate.
Patrick: In case you've forgotten, Mr. Owens is in 712.
Noah: I haven't seen Epiphany ticked off like that in a while. What'd you say to her?
Patrick: Don't start with me right now.
Noah: Well, let me guess. It has something to do with Robin.
Georgie: Forget something?
Dillon: Yeah. To listen. I just got mad and defensive and stormed out. I've been doing that lot lately.
Georgie: Yeah. Yeah, you have.
Dillon: I'm sorry.
Georgie: Dillon, it's -- nope. You know, I was going to say that it's ok. But it's not. What I meant is that I want it to be ok. And what I meant is that I want you to be ok. Even if it's not necessarily with me, although I would really, really, really like to go through a week without having a misunderstanding.
Dillon: Yeah. Sorry about that.
Georgie: Yeah, me, too. You know, it takes two people to be in a relationship and to argue, even if only one is 10% responsible and the other is only 90--
Dillon: 90% negligent.
Georgie: Well, I was going to say 90% wrong, but negligent -- that's more -- I miss that. We used to finish each other's sentences.
Dillon: Me, too.
Georgie: Maybe it doesn't happen as much because we don't spend as much time together. You're always busy; I'm doing something.
Dillon: Yeah, I know. And it shouldn't be that way. It really shouldnít.
Georgie: But it is.
Dillon: Well, it doesn't have to be tonight. I mean, we could -- we could do something.
Dillon: Ok. So -- so I help you. I'll bus tables; I'll mop the floors. I'll even give you my review of "High in Demand."
Georgie: You saw it?
Dillon: Well, I figured the film predates my switch from film to business, so I allowed it for myself.
Georgie: So, ok. So now you have to "allow" yourself to see movies?
Dillon: Miss, do you want to hear my review or not?
Jason: You always so defensive?
Lulu: Probably. More so since the abortion, I guess. Ahem -- I told my mom about it, finally. After putting it off forever.
Jason: Were you afraid she'd be mad?
Lulu: Hmm. Yeah, I was afraid she would hate me, that she would be so disappointed that she wouldn't look at me the same way again. But I was wrong. My mom was wonderful. She couldn't have been more supportive. And it felt like this huge weight had been lifted off me, until she went back into herself again. And then, now I have all these questions and doubts, like what if I had just kept my mouth shut? What if the pressure of finding out about the abortion and having to comfort me made her lose her grip on reality that much sooner? And then the biggest question of all -- huh -- what if I had done things differently? Like never having slept with Dillon in the first place.
Jason: You can drive yourself crazy with "what ifs." It's not going to change what happened.
Lulu: You sound really sure. Don't you ever have any doubts or regret anything that you've done?
Jason: All the time.
Lulu: What have you done that you're sorry for? I mean, really sorry for. Not just inconvenienced. Not that you're sorry that Spinelli got away or that you're stuck here with me. I mean, what do you wish that you had done differently, or not done at all.
Jason: Well, that's the thing -- I don't -- I don't wish -- I never saw the point of making things up, then being sad when they didn't happen.
Lulu: Ok, well, that says something fairly interesting about you, but it still doesn't answer my question.
Jason: I want Sam to be exonerated.
Lulu: I'm not asking about Sam; I'm asking about you. I mean, you should hear the way the Quartermaines talk about you -- Mr. Confident. If you screw up, it just rolls right off your back.
Jason: Is that what you think?
Lulu: Well, I -- I wouldn't know. I'm just telling you what I've heard. But if I were to guess, I would say that if anything goes wrong in your world, you'd probably improvise Plan B. And you've never crashed and burned, so you don't know how it feels and that's why you can't empathize with me.
Jason: I don't know about -- about empathy, but I broke up with Sam because I was afraid.
Lulu: Of what?
Jason: Of watching her die because she loved me. So I walked away. Everything that's happened since has been a direct result of my decision to leave her. So yeah, I understand -- I understand regret.
Lulu: So how do you get past it and move on?
Sonny: I -- I know what it feels like to blame yourself for living when someone you love dies. On the one hand, it drives you. You want to be worthy of that person, so you set goals, you strive to achieve them. On the other hand, you feel like you -- like you dodged a bullet, got away with something, you know? You start feeling like you don't deserve your own life. So, you start sabotaging the things you worked so hard to achieve.
Robin: I would never do that. I would never waste the life that I've been given.
Sonny: Well, after Stone died, you were carrying a heavy burden. Right? I mean, it's -- look, it's not up to you to live your life as a memorial to Stone. I mean, he wouldn't want that and he wouldn't want you to beat yourself up because you're falling in love again.
Robin: Oh. What makes you think that I love Patrick?
Sonny: Oh, I don't know -- maybe you've mentioned it once or twice, or --
Robin: Well, maybe I was wrong. Maybe I was just caught up in the moment and I didn't really --
Sonny: And there's always the way you look at Patrick. Right? You brighten up when people mention his name. And you -- you defend him, and you praise him.
Robin: Sorry I asked.
Sonny: But you did, and I'm not done yet. I -- I know you're in love with Patrick, you know why? Because you're struggling with this. And you're feeling guilty when you never did before. 11 years now. Can you imagine? Stone's been dead 11 years, and you're still hanging on to this. You're starting to let go, right? And it terrifies you.
Noah: You know, I -- I know I'm not your first choice as a confidant, but if you got something on your chest, I'm here and I actually do care about you, Patrick.
Patrick: You know about Stone Cates?
Noah: Yeah. Robin's first love, right? He died from AIDS?
Patrick: Yeah. How am I supposed to compete with that? I mean, you know, there's a reason why Juliet killed herself. She could live till she was 105. No man will ever compare to the love she had and lost when she was 14. And that's -- that's Robin. Stone is permanently enshrined in her memory. Perfect and tragic. The minute that memory is threatened, the minute she feels anything real or lasting with me, she freaks out like she's being unfaithful to the guy. I mean, no disrespect, but he's been dead for 10 years.
Noah: Maybe you should, you know, see it from her perspective. I mean, she fell in love with this guy, Stone, right? And what happened? He died. Now she's falling in love again. Why don't you connect the dots?
Nikolas: It's just that Colleen is Spencerís primary caregiver. And he knows her touch and voice better than anyone's, don't you?
Emily: Except yours.
Nikolas: I just -- I hope that her sudden disappearance doesn't upset him too much.
Emily: Well, of course Spencerís going miss Colleen but, I mean, the constants in his life will remain -- you, Lucky, Lulu, Alfred, his routines.
Emily: Definitely me. You're going to be just fine, aren't you, sweetheart?
Nikolas: You're right, you're right. I'm glad it worked out this way, because I really didn't have the heart to let her go just before Christmas. But I also -- I wasn't comfortable with having her stick around after just giving her her notice, because you know how people -- they get careless and weird and --
Nikolas: This is the best solution for everyone, isn't it?
Colleen: How's it going? Oh, don't worry. You won't have to endure captivity much longer. I'll bet you're hungry. You know, I almost brought you a last meal, but I decided it was kinder to let things be. From what I've read, death by dehydration is painful enough. Why draw it out? You'll be interested to know that I resigned tonight. Yeah. Effective immediately. I'll be long gone by the time you draw your last breath. Fitting, don't you think? The wicked witch ends up a forgotten corpse in a deserted parapet tower. The only thing missing are flying monkeys. Oh, you look upset! Well, I can't say I blame you. It must be galling to realize how completely you underestimated me. If it makes you feel any better, you're not the only one. Emily, Alfred, even Nikolas -- none of them gave me the credit or respect I deserve. But that's ok. They don't matter anymore. Only Spencer does. And I'll always be grateful to you for bringing him to me. I really do adore that child.
Helena: Hmm --
Noah: Nobody knows better than you how I fell apart completely when your mother died. And even now, it still feels like my loss. Though, for the record, I know you lost her, too.
Patrick: Well, let's not worry about that right now.
Noah: Maybe it was because she died on my table under my hands. I'll never know for sure. I -- I just would have spiraled out, I think, anyway. Just she was that central to my life. Anyway, the point is that -- that even now, years later, thinking about feeling that and risking that devastating loss again -- it just -- it just stops me in my tracks. And Robin is actively in a relationship with you feeling love again. And she's taking risks.
Patrick: So it's the potential of loss that's got her all freaked out.
Noah: Yeah, sometimes fear can be pretty debilitating. And it's often easier just to blow off the thing that's causing the fear.
["Jingle bells" plays]
Robin: Oh, shot of tequila, please. And don't stop there.
Coleman: Hmm. Ok.
Singer: Dashing through the snow
Coleman: So --
Singer: In a one-horse open sleigh o'er the fields we go
Singer: Laughing all the way
Coleman: You ok?
Coleman: So are the -- you sure? So your partner isn't going to stop by tonight?
Robin: No, no. Tonight is just a one-woman celebration.
Coleman: Yeah? What's the occasion?
Robin: I have no idea. But when I figure it out, I'll be sure to let you know. Nice shirt.
Coleman: Thank you. I appreciate that.
Singer: Oh what fun it is to
Jason: There's no secret to -- to going on. You just do. It's how life is set up.
Lulu: Well, I -- I hope that I'm not giving you the wrong idea. I don't regret having the abortion. I know I am not ready to be anybody's mother. In fact, I'm actually finding out that I'm more like my dad than I thought. I don't really have a maternal bone in my body. And for whatever reason, I'm not the type of person who can carry a child around for nine months and then give it away. So I know that ending the pregnancy was right for me.
Jason: Well, you sound like you've come to terms with it.
Lulu: Yes, I have, but why can't I just put it behind me? Why do I keep thinking about it? Asking these questions that don't have any answers? I mean, why do I get defensive and judgmental with total strangers and melt down in front of people that I barely know? Why can't I just let it go and move on?
Jason: Well, sometimes things happen fast, but you live through it slow.
Lulu: That -- ok, elaboration would be nice.
Jason: Ok. When -- when Sonny's wife Lily died, it was over in a second. But Sonny struggled with it for years. And Samís baby -- it died the day she was supposed to be born. I mean, Sam never even got to hold her. You know, the pain is less now, but it hasn't gone away, and Sam will see a woman who has a child that -- that would be Samís daughter's age, and the pain comes right back. And then when Sam was shot, the shooting -- it happened in an instant. And I struggle with it every day.
Lulu: Maybe my mistake was expecting to just bounce back like nothing ever happened. Maybe I need to live through whatever it takes, as long as it takes.
Sonny: You know what I've been thinking about? Nobody has Christmas trees. So I think we should do something about that. You want to go shopping for a Christmas tree? You do the picking? Yeah, well, you can -- you'd like that? You can get a -- we can get a -- a small one or a big one. We can get a -- ok, we'll get a big tree for your house and a small tree for my house. What do you think about that? No? Ok, how about two small ones? Two big ones?
Sonny: See, you're just like your daddy, because I like big trees, too. So tomorrow, you know what we're going to do? We're going to go get the biggest Christmas tree we've ever seen in our lives. You want to do that?
Ric: I didn't know you were going to be here.
Sonny: Yeah, I'm just visiting with my daughter. You don't have to stick around.
Ric: No, I'd be happy to.
Emily: Oh, it's so great to see you guys!
Michael: Yes, you, too. We missed you.
Emily: I know.
Michael: That tree is --
Emily: Yeah. Go -- look it.
Nikolas: Yep. We wanted to go all out for Spencerís first Christmas, huh, buddy? Can I offer you anything?
Jax: No, we don't want to impose. Michael just has an urgent request.
Michael: Well, we have a pageant at school. I'm Joseph and he's the little drummer boy.
Nikolas: Well, that's quite impressive.
Emily: Yeah. Congratulations, you guys. Those are very big parts.
Michael: We are looking for a Baby Jesus, and we already asked Alexis about Molly, but she's a girl. And Spencerís a boy, so he -- he's always smiling and he'd be perfect.
Nikolas: Um --
Colleen: Oh, I'm sorry. I -- I didn't realize you had company.
Nikolas: No, that's no problem. Wow, it looks like you're ready to leave already.
Colleen: I just wanted to say goodbye to Spencer.
Nikolas: Ok. Say "goodbye." Here you go.
Michael: See? He's not even crying. He'd be perfect for Baby Jesus.
Colleen: Baby Jesus?
Michael: In the pageant at Queen of Angels. It's our school.
Colleen: Sounds like fun. Look, I can see you're busy, so I'll just say a quick goodbye and get out of your way, ok?
Colleen: Oh, precious baby boy. Hmm. I'm going to miss you so much.
Colleen: Don't forget about me, ok? I promise I'll never, ever forget you.
Emily: Hey, Colleen, you know what? I've got him. Here you go. Hey, bud. All right. Hey, little guy.
Nikolas: Thank you again for all your hard work and I wish you well.
Michael: Hey, can I have a candy cane?
Michael: Thank you.
Robin: Ugh. You know what my problem is? Limited expectations. I mean, not just the ones people have for me, but the ones that I have for myself.
Coleman: Ok, if you say so.
Robin: I say so. You know what, let's just put it right out on the table, put it on the bar.
Coleman: What's that?
Robin: I'm boring.
Coleman: Ah, come on. I don't know about that.
Robin: I am, I am, I am. I'm predictable. I mean, you can always depend on boring, predictable Robin to make the sensible choice, to do the right thing. I mean, I might as well still be in high school because I haven't progressed one iota. Thank you very much.
Robin: Robin Scorpio -- you know, I was always the good girl. Robin Scorpio, straight-A student, Robin Scorpio, the one who never takes any chances.
Robin: But I did take a chance once.
Robin: I took a chance on love.
Coleman: Ok. I think I get where this is going now.
Robin: You see? That's what I'm saying -- I'm predictable. I mean, you would've thought that having that experience in my life would've loosened me up a little bit, you know, given me some -- some mystery. Maybe it did for a little while, but then --
Robin: Well, something happened and I reverted and -- you know, all work, no play. No wonder people think that I'm someone who could suffer from "survivor's guilt."
Coleman: Well, you know, guilt's a relative thing. And besides, I can't picture you doing anything to feel guilty about. Come on.
Robin: Well, I'm living by the rules. I'm not actually living life, and for that, I should definitely feel guilty.
Patrick: What are you doing?
Robin: Hmm, I'm getting ready to make a really big mistake. Want to join me?
Lulu: Um, how's your leg?
Jason: Uh, it's stopped bleeding.
Lulu: Are you in pain? Do you need to lie down at all?
Jason: No, no, I'm fine.
Lulu: Are you fine enough to keep moving, because the sooner we find Spinelli, the sooner I can get back to my so-called life.
Jason: Works for me. Let's go.
Lulu: Yeah. Ok.
Jason: I'll get that piece.
Abigail: Oh -- you're leaving?
Lulu: Uh -- a change in plans.
Abigail: Is there a problem with the room? We don't have a refund policy.
Jason: Uh, you know what? We don't want one. We just want to get back on the road.
Lulu: Oh, it's ok. I'll get it, I'll get it. Here you go. You have a beautiful daughter.
Abigail: Thank you.
Lulu: Um -- I'm really sorry about the way that I jumped all over you. It really has nothing to do with you.
Abigail: Good luck out there.
Jason: Would you like to drive?
Ric: You know, I know in your world, you're used to barking orders at people and your minions just fall in line, but my daughter lives here. And I am going to see her whether you like it or not.
Sonny: I'm just saying it's not a good time because Molly already went to bed. Why don't you call Alexis tomorrow and set something up?
Ric: No, Alexis and I haven't had an opportunity to talk with one another, so I'll stay.
Sonny: Ok, come on. Time to go to bed, girl. I want to tuck you in, ok?
Ric: Hey, Kristina? You want me to come in later and read you your favorite bedtime story?
Alexis: What's going on here?
Ric: I came to see my girls.
Patrick: How many drinks did you serve her?
Robin: Um -- hello? Right here, if you have any questions for me.
Patrick: I'm assuming you lost count.
Robin: No, I know exactly how many I've had because, excuse me, that's one of my special talents. I keep great medic-- medi-- excellent records. And so, for your nosy, buttinsky information, Coleman, I believe I had -- was it five or six? Something like -- anyway -- shots.
Patrick: You realize you could've given her alcohol poisoning?
Coleman: Hey, man, chill out. I've run bars all my life and I think I know when a customer hits the wall. She's just about there.
Robin: Could you please stop talking about me like I'm not in the room? Stop picking on Coleman. He's not responsible for me. I am allowed to get hammered anytime I want to. In fact, I should get hammered more often. You know what, Coleman?
Robin: Hit me again -- oh.
Patrick: There's no more. Come on, we're going home.
Robin: Sorry. No, I don't want to go. I want to stay here and I want to dance.
Patrick: Robin, we need to talk -- privately, soberly.
Robin: No, I don't want to talk, ok? I don't even want to think, because you were right. Stone is dead and I'm alive and I'm going to do something totally crazy and enjoy myself tonight. Ow. Stop! I told you I want to stay.
Patrick: Come on. Listen to me.
Robin: I want to stay!
Coleman: Hey. You heard the lady, man. Ease up.
Patrick: Coleman, stay out of this. This has nothing to do with you.
Nikolas: Tell me about this pageant -- is it the whole school or is it just your class?
Michael: The whole school.
Michael: There's going to be a lot of angels.
Emily: Helping with the search for a Baby Jesus -- how supportive of you.
Jax: Just trying to impress Michael. You know?
Emily: Well, at least you're refreshingly honest about it.
Jax: Well, you know, I'm trying to make friends with him, you know? We're becoming friends, but he's still not too keen on me marrying his mother, so --
Emily: Oh. I think I might be partly to blame for that.
Jax: Really? How's that?
Emily: Well, after Carly had her breakdown, I started spending a lot of time with Sonny and the boys, and at first, it was just to pick up the slack and give them a feminine presence in their lives. And then, Sonny and I got serious and I became an integral part of their lives. And after Sonny and I broke up, I -- I didn't vanish exactly, but I was around a lot less often and I think that Michael has learned to become wary of his parents' romantic attachments, you know? They don't last, so why invest?
Jax: I'm not going anywhere. I love Carly and she loves me and that's all there is to it.
Emily: Ok. I just hope it works out.
Jax: You're not a believer, are you? You think that Carlyís eventually going to go back to Sonny.
Alexis: Wow. You are a popular little girl tonight. You got your dad and Ric -- that's cool, but I want to know why you're still up, because it is really late. Aren't you tired?
Sonny: Yeah. Why don't you go ahead and take her? Ric and I will leave.
Ric: No, that's not how it's going to happen. Alexis and I have a few things to discuss -- you know, important things.
Sonny: It's just not a good time right now, Ric. That's what I said.
Alexis: You know what? I don't want an argument right now, honestly, I donít. Why don't you guys go? You -- I'm sorry. Why don't you tuck her in?
Sonny: Yeah, all right. Is that what you really want?
Alexis: No. Actually, what I want is some peace and quiet but that's not going to happen, so good night, sweetheart. I love you.
Sonny: All right.
Ric: Good night, honey.
Alexis: So she's making progress. It's slow and it's really painful, so I don't think she wants any more tension.
Ric: Mm-hmm. I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that you don't know what Sonny tried to do to me.
Alexis: No, I don't, and I don't care.
Ric: Oh, ok. Well, that's fine -- you can stick your head in the sand. But me, I'm fighting for my daughter and I'm fighting for my own life now, because Sonny's actively trying to kill me.
Lulu: This S.U.V. rocks. It has major power, it handles well, and it doesn't even feel as big as it is.
Jason: Ok, that's it, slow down.
Lulu: No, no, no, no, no. I'm totally used to driving fast. I used to take Edwardís Bentley out to Stafford Point and take the curves at full throttle.
Jason: It's not about skill -- it's about being inconspicuous. We don't want to attract attention to ourselves.
Lulu: Well, the point is, is to find Spinelli before he runs again.
Jason: And we will. Just stick to the speed limit.
Lulu: Oh, well, talk about conspicuous -- no one drives the speed limit. It's like wearing a sign that says, "Pull me over. I have something to hide. I'm just --"
Robin: Hey, you don't have to be Mr. Macho Man. I'm fine.
Patrick: You're not. You're upset and you're emotional and thanks to Coleman, you're drunk.
Robin: Stop it. Get off his case, ok? It's his job to serve me. Hi.
Patrick: Well, it's my job to take you home. Let's go.
Coleman: And I thought --
Coleman: You don't want to make this a fight, man.
Robin: No, he doesnít. Patrick is a surgeon. He wants to take care of his hands.
Coleman: Well, that's a good policy. Stick to it, dude, because I'm not going to stand still and let any lady --
Patrick: I'm trying to get her home so she doesn't pass out drunk --
Robin: All right, come on.
Patrick: Thanks for all the shots.
Coleman: Yeah, and I thought I told you --
Jax: You know, the pageant is a fundraiser for homeless children. I'm making a donation. You care to match it?
Nikolas: Sure, sure. I'd be happy to.
Michael: Does that mean that you'll let him play Jesus with us?
Nikolas: Only on one condition -- you have to look after him.
Michael: You got it.
Nikolas: What do you think, buddy? You ready to make your theatrical debut? Hmm? He's ready.
Flight attendant: This is Flight 257 to Denver. We'll be taking off momentarily. All seat belts should be fastened, all seats in the upright position.
Ric: You used to be so high-principled, Alexis. You wouldn't stand for the kind of lawlessness and violence that Sonny represents. Am I to understand all of a sudden now that you're going to be ok with Sonny killing me?
Alexis: Of course not.
Sonny: Ok. I tucked in Kristina, told Viola to put some music on so, you know, she doesn't hear any noises. But she will hear voices if they're raised, so probably best for you to go ahead and leave.
Ric: Why don't we let Alexis weigh in on that one?
Alexis: Ok, I'll play. Did you try to kill him?
Lulu: What are we going to do? You're a wanted fugitive. There's an A.P.B. out on you.
Jason: Just stay calm, ok? Do what the cops tell you. Don't volunteer any information.
Lulu: Good evening, officer. Is there a problem?
Officer: License and registration.
Officer: This isn't your vehicle.
Lulu: Right. This isn't my vehicle.
Officer: Is it yours?
Jason: Um -- yeah. It belongs to the company I work for.
Officer: I need to see your I.D.
>> Stay tuned for scenes from the next "General Hospital."
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Coleman: You are mine. Ah!
Robin: Back off!
Emily: We're finally free to love each other again.
Ric: Go ahead, Sonny. Call me a liar.
Sonny: My only regret is that the chamber was empty.
Officer: I need to run a check on this.
Lulu: We have to get out of here before he arrests us both.
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