General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 1/2/07
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Carly: Happy New Year!
Michael: Happy New Year!
Michael: I love champagne.
Carly: It's ginger ale.
Michael: Oh, man.
Sonny: If you don't behave, you know what?
Sonny: Your mother's going to make you eat caviar.
Michael: Ok, ok --
Carly: That's right.
Michael: My new year's resolution -- no fish eggs, ever.
Michael: Ok, anyway, what's your resolution, dad?
Sonny: I got a feeling that it's the same as your motherís.
Sam: I am so happy you made it.
Spinelli: You missed the celebration.
Sam: Uh-uh. No, he didnít. The celebration can start, now that he's here.
Jason: When did you get back?
Spinelli: In time to keep the Goddess from making a huge mistake.
Maxie: I'm sorry. That -- that was wrong.
Sonny: Ok, so, here's my new year's resolution -- it's pretty much the same every year. To be the best parent I can be to you boys and to your sister. To love you with all my heart, and to protect you.
Carly: And that is the same as mine. I want to be the best mom I can be, but I also want to be the best wife to Jax.
Michael: Speaking of Jax --
Michael: What do you think he's doing right now?
Carly: Well, probably thinking about how it would make his new year to hear from you and the boys.
Michael: Could we call him?
Carly: I think we could. He's probably feeling really lonely right now!
Sonny: Yeah, I'm sure he is.
Carly: Ahem. It's ringing.
Michael: That's good.
Carly: Oh, it went straight to voicemail.
Carly: With the time difference, he's probably asleep. Jax, hey. Hi. Uh -- well, you know, we just wanted to call and wish you -- well, hold on. I'm going to let the boys tell you, ok?
Carly: Here you go.
Michael: Hey, Jax, it's me, Michael. Uh -- hey, Happy New Year. Oh -- yeah, we're all saying "Happy New Year" here. That thing that you're doing with Jerry -- it's real cool. And I told my mom if that were me and Morgan, I'd do the exact same thing.
Carly: Ok, ok, it's Morganís turn. Come here. Come over here, sweetie.
Carly: Ok. Ooh -- you can do that, that would be funny. Hold on, hold on. Say "Hi, Jax."
Morgan: Hi, Jax.
Carly: Say "Happy New Year."
Morgan: Happy New Year.
Carly: "Come home, we miss you."
Morgan: Come home, we miss you.
Carly: Ok. Ok --
Morgan: Give the phone to me and Mike.
Carly: Ok, one more time.
Carly: All right, well, that was us. We miss you, and we wish you were here.
Michael: Don't tackle me.
Carly: It certainly isn't how I intended to spend our first New Years together, but you know what? When you come home, we are going to elope together like we planned. I love you. Bye.
Morgan: Get off.
Sonny: So, "we're -- we're going to elope together"? Is that what I heard?
Carly: You know what? All right, up to bed, you guys. Come on, pajamas, brush our teeth -- let's go. Come on, come on.
Michael: Wait, we have to go to bed?
Carly: Bed -- now. Yeah.
Michael: It's New Yearís! Come on.
Carly: No, it's late.
Carly: Get up.
Michael: I don't want to go to bed.
Morgan: I don't -- but I don't want to go to bed.
Patrick: Are you disappointed?
Robin: Seriously? I think I just saw fireworks, and I don't mean the outdoors kind.
Patrick: So you're ok with staying in tonight? Not doing anything -- special?
Robin: This was very special.
Patrick: Well, ok, but people -- especially women-type people -- have expectations on New Yearís. You want dancing and partying and -- I don't know -- romance.
Robin: Ok, well, making love to the person that you're in love with in an almost empty apartment -- I don't think you can get more romantic than that.
Patrick: But you didn't have some slinky little dress you wanted to show off?
Robin: No. What -- what is going on?
Patrick: Nothing. I'm just saying New Yearís is a big deal.
Patrick: People have this idea that when the clock strikes 12:00, something monumental is going to happen. So we put on the goofy little hat, and you sing a song where nobody really understands the lyrics --
Patrick: And you wait for lightning to strike.
Robin: Yeah, and if you don't have a date or some party to go to, then you must be a loser. People spend weeks planning this, right? And then 9 times out of 10, you end up just kissing some drunk stranger, and then looking around the room and wondering why everyone is having so much fun.
Patrick: And nothing changes. The new year comes and goes, you look at yourself in the mirror, and you look exactly the same as you did the night before.
Patrick: The only thing that changes is the date you write on the check --
Patrick: Which pretty much makes me the worst kind of cynic.
Singer: The way you move
Robin: I don't think it makes you cynical. I just think it makes you honest.
Singer: Stranded without you
Robin: Ok, I know what my New Year's resolution is. To be as honest with you as you are with me.
Patrick: Wow. So you're really ok with staying in tonight, then? Just the two of us?
Robin: Yes. Whatever expectations I have are here.
Singer: Take me away
Robin: And besides, it gives us a chance to nest and become comfortable with the place. Before you know it, it'll feel like home. Except I think we need a really nice piece of art for that wall.
Patrick: We do?
Robin: Yeah, there's this avant-garde painter that I've just been turned on to, and he does some really vibrant colors --
Patrick: You know what? Art's like kind of a -- like a personal thing. You know, I -- it's really just hard to buy art for someone else.
Robin: You don't trust me?
Singer: My mind just take me away so divine
Maxie: You've been so sweet, Lucky. I know you didn't want anything to do with me, but you've been trying really hard to make me feel better about myself -- and what happened.
Lucky: You know what? We both messed up.
Maxie: Yeah, but you have an excuse -- you were on drugs. I'm just a mess.
Lucky: You know, we started out as friends, Maxie. I mean, who knows? If things had been different, we might've had a chance.
Lucky's voice: Our baby is beautiful. So are you. We have a little girl and I've never been happier.
Elizabeth: Lucky, there's something you need to know.
Kelly: Lucky, there's some forms for you to sign at the desk.
Lucky: We're in the middle of something.
Kelly: Oh, Elizabethís not going anywhere. I promise.
Elizabeth: Is something wrong?
Kelly: Something's very right. I got back the new paternity test. Lucky is definitely the baby's father.
Elizabeth: Oh, my God. Thank you so much!
Lucky: Someone wants to say hello to mama. Didn't I say she was special?
Elizabeth: Hi, baby girl. And she has her daddy's eyes.
Spinelli: Sometimes, man, when -- when I look at you, it's like -- I mean, it's like -- it's like looking in the mirror, you know? I mean, just, you know, it's like we're -- we're separated at birth, man!
Sam: Uh -- you know you ate Jasonís favorites? You -- you ate it all, and now he's going to have --
Spinelli: Yeah, that -- that's what I'm saying. I -- it's like we're -- we're opposite ends of the same guy -- Stone Cold and Red Hot. You know, like, it's scary -- all the things that we like that are the same -- like, take the Goddess here. And -- and that's why I think you'll understand when I say you got to protect her from herself.
Jason: What are you talking about?
Spinelli: Look, Sam -- our -- our Sam -- she's been brainwashed by Madison Avenue. She's been watching too many diaper ads and those -- those, like, baby shampoo commercials in slow motion, you know? I mean, she needs a rational voice to drown out the TV universe.
Sam: Spinelli, please, cut it -- enough.
Spinelli: I just want to make it clear. I think you'd -- I think you'd be a great mom, like, in the sense of loving the kid, and Big Daddy Stone Cold will keep the kid protected.
Sam: Protected -- I know. You know what? That's enough. I think we should go upstairs.
Spinelli: Look -- all right. I thought you wanted -- ok, fine. Just -- dude, I'm just -- proceed with caution. At -- at least make the Goddess think before she fulfills her biological imperative, that's all.
Sam: Oh. I'm sorry. I must've had babies on the brain, and I think I might've said something to him --
Jason: Sam -- Sam, it's ok. I have been thinking about it, too.
Nikolas: This is -- this is ridiculous. We've been here almost an hour. I need to get to Denver now.
Emily: Yeah, you know, maybe we should wait until it's safe to fly, huh?
Nikolas: That -- that's time we can't afford. If Colleen kidnapped my son, who knows what else she's capable of?
Emily: Is there any guarantee that she's even in Denver?
Nikolas: I don't know. The flight record indicates that Denver was her final destination -- that's where she checked her bags to. There's no record of a connecting flight.
Emily: Colleen knew that taking Spencer was going to trigger a huge manhunt. She could've changed identities in Colorado; flown under a different name.
Nikolas: All I know is that she's not in Port Charles, and I just can't sit around and wait for somebody else to figure out what happened to my son.
Emily: Nikolas, the police are doing everything they can. I'm sure they have the resources --
Pilot: Mr. Cassadine, the tower has cleared us for takeoff. We'll be pulling away from the gate in just a few minutes.
Nikolas: Are you sure you want to come, or would you rather stay?
Robin: See this couch? I know it doesn't look like much, but if you put some pillows on it with some color, you could really personalize it. And I don't think you should go for that traditional coffee table thing, I think you should do a couple of ottomans. Like, I really like that look. What do you think?
Patrick: Yeah, it's nice.
Robin: Ok, fine. Do your masculine, all-dark-leather chrome thing. I don't really care.
Patrick: Gee, thanks. Look, seriously, you're a doctor. You have a life. There's better things to do than decorate my living room.
Robin: Well, I know that we're both busy, but -- I mean, if I don't do this, we're going to be sleeping on this air mattress and eating off of paper plates until next New Yearís.
Patrick: No, see, there's always the Metro Court.
Robin: Ok, I have a confession. When I first moved in with Lainey and Kelly, we decided to decorate in this very neutral style. Because we're all so different, no one wanted to offend each other's styles, right? And you know living with women can be very dramatic.
Patrick: Uh -- you don't say?
Robin: So this is not work to me. This is -- this is creative. This is something special and positive that we can do together, instead of argue over how we're going to treat our patients.
Patrick: So instead, we argue over sofas and ottomans and paint chips?
Robin: No, I don't want to argue at all. But are you really putting your racetrack here?
Patrick: Yes, I am.
Robin: That is where the ottomans are supposed to go.
Patrick: This racetrack is the only thing in this whole entire apartment that I can call mine.
Robin: Why are you being so resistant?
Patrick: Well, it's just physics -- the harder you push against an object, the more the object resists.
Robin: So now I'm pushing you, forcing you to live like an adult instead of some frat boy? Is that it?
Patrick: I wouldn't say "frat boy," but yeah.
Robin: Wow. All right, I get it -- the eternal adolescent.
Patrick: Hey, hey -- Robin, don't make this into something that it's not.
Robin: No, no, no, I -- you know, I wanted you to be happy, I thought you could use my help --
Patrick: Hey, hey --
Robin: But I guess was wrong. So you know what?
Patrick: Stop, stop.
Robin: Happy New Year!
Patrick: Stop. You made it, like, 10 minutes before you broke your New Year's resolution. Honesty, remember?
Singer: When I'm with you
Maxie: Did you mean what you said -- that we might've had a chance?
Lucky: I love Elizabeth. I lost my way last summer. But yeah, I -- if you and I had met in a different time, different place --
Maxie: Bad timing -- it's the story of my life.
Lucky: I don't know why you'd want to be with me, Maxie. I keep getting it wrong.
Maxie: Really? Because I can't remember a time when I didn't want to be with you. I remember being a kid and seeing you with Elizabeth, thinking "Someday I want him to look at me the way he looks at her."
Elizabeth: Cam, I am so sorry that you had to be in daycare all day, and daddy was supposed to pick you up, but I guess -- he had an emergency. Here, we're going to sit down. Oh. Lucky, what are you doing?
Maxie: Go away.
Lucky: Hey, you know what, don't make a big deal out of this.
Elizabeth: You promised me -- no more pills, and no more Maxie.
Lucky: I can't breathe, Elizabeth. You smother me; you judge me. Maxie knows I can handle my pills.
Elizabeth: Well, I am not going to be with an addict. Our marriage is over.
Lucky: Until you take me back again. You always take me back.
Jason: It's -- it's never been a question of me wanting to be a father -- I do. I've just been afraid to bring a child into an unstable situation.
Sam: Please don't try to convince me again.
Jason: No parent can guarantee their child a perfect life. I mean, all you can do is love your child and give the best of yourself, and you and I can do that for our child. So if -- if you still want to --
Sam: Don't do this just to make me happy.
Jason: I'm not, I'm not. I'm not, it would make me happy. I want us to have a child.
Patrick: I love you, and I know you love me, but I can't read your mind.
Robin: Stop being reasonable. Ow.
Patrick: I think it was the champagne in the plastic glasses. Look, be honest with me. What's going on?
Robin: I'm a little freaked out.
Robin: When you got stuck with an infected needle, you looked at your life differently. All of a sudden, you were willing to be vulnerable. You told me that you loved me, and you made me fall in love with you.
Patrick: Right, when I held a gun to your head.
Robin: Figuratively, ok? You were amazing and charming, and I couldn't resist, I had no choice.
Patrick: Go on.
Robin: Well, here we are, you know, weeks away from your sixth-month test. And chances are you will get a clean bill of health, which you know is what I want for you.
Robin: But without HIV hanging over you, you could revert back to the guy with the notches on his belt -- you know, the womanizing Patrick -- and I could just be a glitch on your monitor -- the HIV-positive woman that helped you get through a really bad time.
Patrick: Are you serious?
Robin: Yes, I'm serious. I'm just being honest. I'm putting it out there. I mean, I know nothing lasts forever, but I can't tell you how sad it would make me if the best news for you would mean the end of us.
Patrick: So you're going to make yourself indispensable by picking up knickknacks for me.
Robin: I don't do knickknacks. I don't know -- maybe I'm overcompensating just a little bit.
Patrick: If you think getting stuck with that needle was the thing that changed my life, you're wrong. You changed my life the day that I knew that I loved you. But I've changed. I'm only being honest.
Maxie: I know we could've been good together. I have a lot to learn about love, but I was willing to try. And you would rather be with a woman who's not even sure how she feels.
Lucky: I'm just trying to earn Elizabethís trust again.
Maxie: You're hoping she'll forgive you. You don't even know if she cares. I mean, I'm the one that understands you, and you don't even want to be with me.
Lucky: Maxie, I think you're very special.
Maxie: Please don't say that. I know I'm special. I'm that girl with someone else's heart. I was given B.J.'s heart, and I don't even know what to do with it. Maybe if it was still in my cousin, someone would stick around long enough to love her.
Lucky: You have a whole family who loves you.
Maxie: My father left me when I was a little girl. He came back when I was sick, but he didn't stick around.
Lucky: Well, from what I understand, no one could make Frisco stay anywhere -- and Mac loves you.
Maxie: Yeah, Mac does love me, and he would never abandon Georgie or me, but sometimes I think that's to compensate for my mother. I'm really envious of your relationship with your mom.
Lucky: Maxie, my mother is completely unresponsive.
Maxie: Yeah, but when she was here, all Laura wanted to do was be with her kids. My family is beyond dysfunctional. Yeah, I love my sister, but she -- she judges me all the time, and I know Macís disappointed in me. I see how he looks at Robin. He's proud of her. I couldn't even imagine what that would feel like.
Lucky: And now there's the baby that you lost.
Maxie: Right -- the baby. I'm -- I'm sorry I told you all of this, Lucky. I'm really sorry about everything.
Lucky: Maxie -- would you -- Maxie, just --
Maxie: Oh, my God!
Spinelli: I have a present for you.
Sam: Oh, yeah?
Spinelli: I figured out how to give you a baby.
Sam: Oh, come on, Spinelli. That is strictly between me and Jason.
Spinelli: No, I mean I found your baby -- on the internet.
Spinelli: Look -- he's in Malawi; he's 6 years old, and an orphan. See, this way, you can feed your maternal instinct, do something really swell for this wonderful kid, and not bust up your hotness.
Jason's voice: "'Congratulations, Charlie,' said the stationmaster.' You have proved you are a truly brave train.'"
Jason: That's it, bud. Time for bed?
Elizabeth: You run upstairs, and mommy will meet you up there, ok? Oh, and it is bedtime for your wife, too -- if I can get off this couch. I am so ready to have this baby.
Jason: Here, let me carry you.
Elizabeth: Oh, no, please. You're going to hurt yourself.
Jason: No, no, no, no. It's the least I can do. Oh.
Jason: Elizabeth, I got you. We're going to the hospital.
Emily: You're out of your mind with worry, Nikolas, it's understandable.
Nikolas: I'm sorry. I'm sorry, I shouldn't take it out on you. You've done nothing but try and help.
Emily: No, look, I'm tough, I can take it. Have you thought about what we're going to do when we get to Denver?
Nikolas: Yeah -- shoot first; ask questions later. Oh, you're right. I guess we -- we should probably have a plan.
Emily: You could offer a reward.
Nikolas: No, no, if -- if I go on TV, Colleen could -- she could run, or worse. She needs to think that she's gotten away with this.
Emily: Well, we -- we could search on our own, but we -- we don't even know the city. I wouldn't even know where to start.
Nikolas: Baby stores?
Emily: Ok, well, Colleen's going to have to buy furniture and baby clothes. I mean, babies need so much in the way of supplies.
Nikolas: Yeah. Yeah, we'll get a list of stores when we -- when we land. Oh, I don't know -- we'll go in, show them a photograph of Colleen and Spencer, right?
Emily: Well, wait -- and -- and say that he's been kidnapped? I don't know.
Nikolas: No, no, we'll need a cover story. I'll tell whatever lie I have to to get my son back.
Carly: All right, well, you know what? I am beat. I'm just going to tuck myself in.
Sonny: What's your hurry?
Carly: The boys are asleep. There's no reason for you to stay. Ok?
Sonny: Happy New Year.
Carly: You, too.
Sonny: You know something? The -- the idea of eloping with Jax -- you set on it?
Carly: Pretty set, yeah.
Sonny: When's the date?
Carly: When Jax gets back, we're going to take the boys and go down to the Caribbean. You know, have a little quiet ceremony so no one can interfere or --
Sonny: So you and Jax have to run away to do this? Doesn't that tell you something?
Carly: Like what?
Sonny: Like maybe you shouldn't be doing it at all.
Spinelli: See if -- if you and Jason adopt this child, you could -- you could totally give him, like, a righteous life and, you know, I bet that his tribe would even make you an honorary member. And then -- then you could have play dates with Madonna and Angelina -- like, the Goddess mom club. Oh, no. Please -- I'm sorry, don't -- don't cry. Just -- Stone Cold will be upset if I make you cry.
Sam: No. It's -- it's just that when Jason and I found out that we couldn't get pregnant right away, then we -- we were going to consider adopting.
Spinelli: See? The Jackal is deeply perceptive.
Sam: Yes, yes, but -- ahem -- now that the risk isn't so great, we can try and have a baby on our own -- but thank you. It's -- it is very sweet of you, but we -- we're going to give it the good old college try.
Spinelli: Ok. I mean, obviously you think being a mom is in your destiny or something. But I just want to say, strictly from a visual perspective, it's -- it's a waste of nature's --
Spinelli: Sweet design.
Sam: Thank you. Jason and I are in love now, and we're going to try -- I mean, really try -- to conceive this baby out of love.
Epiphany: Put her on the gurney.
Kelly: How long was she in the snow?
Jason: I don't know. I just -- I just found her there.
Kelly: She's hypothermic.
Jason: I found her a few feet away from her car. I think her car broke down and she tried to walk.
Elizabeth: Baby --
Kelly: Elizabeth, it's Kelly Lee. We're going to take you into an exam room and make sure everything's ok with you and the baby, all right?
Elizabeth: Jason --
Jason: It's ok, I'm right here.
Elizabeth: Take care of the baby.
Maxie: Isn't he so cute -- and so cold.
Lucky: Well, it'll warm him up if you keep drying him.
Maxie: How long do you think he was outside for?
Lucky: Well, it's hard to say. He doesn't have a collar and he's a little thin so, obviously, he's a stray.
Maxie: He could've frozen to death if I hadn't found him.
Lucky: You know what I'll do? I'll see if there's any reports of missing dogs. Sometimes people post signs. You know what? Look at him -- he's a little scruffy.
Maxie: He's perfect.
Kelly: Lucky? It's Dr. Lee. Elizabeth is here in the ER.
Lucky: What happened? Is she ok?
Kelly: She was found unconscious in the snow. Elizabeth is suffering from hypothermia, but I'm hopeful we got to her in time.
Carly: Look, I -- I am glad you came by for Christmas -- I'm even glad that you stopped by for New Yearís Eve because you made the boys really happy.
Sonny: What does that have to do with you and Jax eloping?
Carly: Nothing -- that's the point, ok? Nothing you can do can change the fact that Jax and I love each other.
Sonny: You keep putting off the wedding.
Carly: No, no, I didn't! We gave Luke and Laura our first wedding, and I don't regret doing that.
Sonny: I don't doubt that.
Carly: That's -- it's not because I'm trying to come up with excuses not to marry Jax.
Sonny: Your words, not mine.
Carly: We would be married right now, Sonny, right now, if it weren't for Jerry. Jax is helping his brother, and you know what? I insisted. He did not want to go, but I insisted because that's what you do when you love someone -- you support them, you encourage them, and you trust that they're going to come back to you.
Sonny: Very enlightened. I'm -- I'm impressed.
Carly: Stop, because you know what? For the first time I am not panicked, ok? I know where Jax's heart is, and he knows that I will be here waiting for him.
Sonny: Until you find another reason to postpone.
Carly: I wonít. No.
Sonny: No, see --
Carly: No, you need to go.
Sonny: That's what people do when they have -- when they have doubts, Carly. You understand what I'm saying? Because deep down inside, you don't love Jax the way you should.
Carly: You can repeat that a million times, but that is not going to make it true.
Sonny: Ok, I'll tell you this right now, all right? I give you my word. You marry Jax in Port Charles, I will not interfere.
Carly: I don't believe you, and I don't trust you -- which brings us to the reason that I will never come back to you.
Robin: I really like this place.
Patrick: Yeah, it's growing on me, too, actually.
Robin: And you know what? If that's where you want to put your racetrack, that's where you should have it.
Patrick: Oh, thank you.
Robin: Although, I do think it would look better in the dining room.
Patrick: I'll think about it.
Robin: Oh -- did I tell you about the dresser?
Robin: There's this store on Bayshore Avenue that has this really amazing dresser that would look really great under the window in the bedroom. It has plenty of drawers -- enough for the both of us.
Kelly: Her temperature's coming back up. Try talking to her. She should regain consciousness soon.
Jason: Ok. I was on my way to work when I saw your car. I almost -- I almost didn't go. I almost called someone to cover for me. I mean, it's just -- it's crazy how that works -- such a small decision can just change everything. If you hadn't gone to the chapel the night I was shot, you know, or all those years ago if you hadn't gone to the boxcar when you found me bleeding in the snow, and now I found you -- it's just -- it's just crazy. Your baby is all right. You have to be all right, Elizabeth. I mean, it's -- it's only fair -- you saved me twice, ok? Now you can just -- you can just let me --
Lucky: What happened? Is she ok?
Jason: Yeah, I saw her -- her car on the side of the road, and then she was a few -- few feet away.
Lucky: Was there an accident?
Jason: No, no. I -- I think she just hit some ice and slid off the road. She got out to walk and must've fell in the snow.
Kelly: Elizabeth hit her head; she's got a concussion -- and she's hypothermic from the cold.
Lucky: Ok, what about the baby?
Kelly: Everything seems normal. The baby's heart is strong. We're warming Elizabeth up slowly. When she regains consciousness, we'll find out more.
Lucky: I'm so glad you found her.
Jason: Me, too.
Elizabeth: Jason -- Jason --
Jason: Yeah, yeah, I'm right here, I'm right here.
Lucky: I'm here with you, Elizabeth.
Elizabeth: I'm so sorry. Lucky, I'm so sorry. Because I love him.
Carly: You need to go.
Sonny: I get it, I get it, I get it. You're going to marry Jax no matter what, no matter where. You've made up your mind. You're going to prove something to yourself and to anybody else who's ever questioned you.
Carly: I'm marrying Jax because I love him.
Sonny: You talked yourself into it, just like you talked yourself into, you know, breaking up your mother's marriage, and marrying Alcazar, marrying A.J.
Carly: That was a long time ago.
Sonny: It's in your nature. You make lousy choices, and then, you know, you -- you think you have to commit to them because it's a lot easier than admitting you made a mistake.
Carly: No, listening to you would be a mistake.
Sonny: I know you think I'm jealous, and I am a little -- I am. But because I know you, I'm just suggesting that you learn from your past mistakes.
Carly: That's what I'm trying to do, Sonny. I'm trying -- I am trying to learn when to let go. And you need to learn, too.
Sonny: All right.
Nikolas: I could say that Colleen is my -- my ex-wife, and that we're looking for -- for her and my son to settle some sort of custody agreement?
Emily: No, I --
Nikolas: No, that's not going to work.
Emily: I think that people tend to sympathize with the mother in custody battles.
Emily: We could say that -- that Spencer is ours. Uh -- Colleen's your sister, she was taking care of him while we were overseas, and she had to go back to Denver.
Nikolas: Well, we need to explain why we don't know where she is.
Emily: She didn't realize that we were going to be back this soon.
Nikolas: I -- ah --
Emily: Look, I think the bigger problem is, who's going to believe that -- that you're Colleen's brother?
Nikolas: Why not?
Emily: She's an ordinary, middle-class woman, and -- and you're -- you're a prince.
Nikolas: That's ridiculous -- I know how to be ordinary. I've done it before.
Emily: No -- come on, Nikolas, no one buys it.
Nikolas: So now you're an expert on all things blue-collar; she who grew up in the Quartermaine mansion?
Emily: I was a middle-class girl before Alan and Monica adopted me. I mean, you, on the other hand, have always been a prince. Come on, I'm serious. You don't even realize it.
Nikolas: Realize what?
Emily: Don't take me wrong, ok? I love you, this is not a criticism. It's just who you are. You have a stable full of horses. You drink a $100 bottle of wine like it's lemonade. You're used to people doing things for you. You live in a privileged world. "Ordinary" is a challenge.
Nikolas: If it helps me find my son, I'll change my whole life.
Nikolas: It's the private investigator. Mr. Harker, hello. How are you? Good. Ok, very good. Thank you. Ok, Colleen had a grandmother who lived in the Cherry Hills section of Denver. That's a -- that's a good place to start.
Maxie: See what happens when you open your heart to someone? They trash it. Lucky let me believe that he could care, and then the minute he hears Elizabethís name, he takes off. I said a lot tonight I wish I hadnít. I know I shouldn't love Lucky, but I do. I have to help him realize that he could love me, too. I just know what he needs. When Lucky and I finally are together, Elizabeth will be just a bad memory.
Sam: I had a daughter who died right after she was born, and I would've died, too, if it weren't for Jason.
Spinelli: Oh, I didn't know that you and Stone Cold -- uh -- you and Jason had another child.
Sam: Well, he wasn't the father -- that relationship didn't quite work out -- but Jason was definitely the man who stepped up in that situation. I -- gosh, I probably would've gone crazy if it weren't for him after the baby died.
Spinelli: Oh, dude, I'm -- I'm sorry.
Sam: It's ok. You know, all I ever wanted -- after the baby died -- was for Jason and I to be able to have a child. But there was complications with my health, and then there were other complications. But now Jason and I, we are ready to have a child that's a part of both of us, a part of our love.
Epiphany: Elizabeth is in a delicate place right now, and I don't want either of you doing anything to upset her.
Elizabeth: Oh --
Lucky: Hey. You have nothing to be sorry for. You did nothing wrong. You and our baby are -- are going to be fine.
Elizabeth: What happened?
Jason: You must've gone off the road.
Elizabeth: Yeah. Yeah, I think I -- um -- I hit some ice, and I went into a ditch, and my cell didn't work. So I tried to walk and -- and I don't remember anything else.
Lucky: Then Jason -- Jason found you and brought you here. We owe him so much -- he saved your life, Elizabeth, and our babyís.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Nikolas: We have to practice. Hopefully, Colleen won't see it coming.
Colleen: I can't wait to get started.
Sonny: I can't right now. I got --
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