GH Transcript Friday 1/19/07

General Hospital Transcript Friday 1/19/07

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Sam: Okay, I was thinking maybe I could get a job in a coffeehouse. Or I could practice saying "would you like some fries with that shake?" Sound good? No?

Jason: You didn't hear back from the Metro Court?

Sam: No. I don't get it. The manager liked me, but of course, he hadn't run a background check yet, which is too bad, because I really think I would like working there. I could potentially learn a lot.

Jason: Look, I know that you're really serious about working. Okay? What if we can find you some kind of entry-level management job in the warehouse or another one of our businesses?

Sam: Oh. Thank you. First of all, thank you. But I would like to get hired because someone sees my potential, not because they're doing you a favor.

Mr. Maddox: What's this?

Woman: From personnel. Background check on Sam McCall. They said there are some problems.

Mr. Maddox: They'll have to get over it.

Woman: Hmm.

 [Alexis sighs]

Alexis: Hey.

James: So, when will you be released? The shipment's due anytime.

Lorenzo: Just leave that to me.

James: I understand your need to be discreet, but you can't handle this from a hospital bed.

Lorenzo: Well, maybe you'd like to remove a potential complication, hmm? His name is Sonny Corinthos.

Sonny: I'm here to meet the D.A. My lawyer's meeting me.

Officer: Oh, yeah, you'll find them in the interrogation room.

Ric: You do not leave Ms. Davis' house without photographic evidence. Do you understand me? Okay. I want you to check in every couple of hours.

Robin: Thank you for that very special shower.

Patrick: Believe me, it was my pleasure.

Robin: Ah.

Patrick: What's wrong with your neck?

Robin: I don't know. I think it's the air mattress.

Patrick: Ahem -- or as you call it, "that stupid air mattress."

Robin: But you know what I love about it?

Patrick: Hmm?

Robin: I love sleeping so close to the floor so that I don't fall off the bed.

Patrick: You're the best.

Robin: Ah. Ow, ow.

Patrick: Sorry, sorry.

Robin: Must be all that activity in the shower.

[Knock on door]

Patrick: Go get that, yeah?

Man: Delivery for Dr. Drake.

Robin: Uh -- yeah -- he -- he didn't want the couch. He sent it back.

Patrick: No, no, no --

Robin: Sorry.

Patrick: Bring it in, boys.

Jason: Okay, I get that you want to prove yourself. All right? I'm just saying you can get some experience, okay? Bernie would be your boss. He's a smart guy. I would stay out of everything. He could teach you a lot. And when you're ready to leave, you'll find a job somewhere else. He'll give you a great reference.

Sam: That's nice. I mean, I love you so much for making that offer, but I want to do this a different way.

Jason: Different how?

Sam: How? Gosh, Jason, where do I start? I mean, Alexis got me the job at the PCPD. Alan -- he used his influence over at G.H. Edward -- well, come on. He was all over that for E.L.Q. but none of them added anything credible to my resume. I want a job because someone sees me, what I can offer, not because of anyone I know, which is exactly why I didn't put Jax or Carly down as references. Because -- well, they're out of town, so nobody needs to know.

Jason: It's hard to argue with any of that.

[Phone rings]

Sam: Hello?

Mr. Maddox: Hello, Ms. McCall? This is Davis Maddox from the Metro Court hotel. Are you still interested in the job here?

Sam: Yes, Mr. Maddox, I'm very interested.

Davis: We have an opening for a desk clerk. How soon can you start?

Sam: Well, how soon would you need me? Yes, Sir, I am -- I am very pleased. Okay. Yes, I'll be right there. Thank you, Mr. Maddox.

Jason: Metro court?

Sam: A desk clerk job. Jason, do you know how much better this is than being in an office? I'm actually going to see, like, really interesting things. I'm going to meet all kinds of interesting people. He said that I -- I had to come down and fill out payroll forms. Payroll. And I get to pick up a uniform. I have nothing to wear.

Jason: Wait, you have nothing to wear to pick up a uniform?

Sam: No. Come on.

Jason: What are you talking about?

Sam: I got to look nice, all the time.

Jason: You look great.

Sam: He said that he needed to schedule an orientation! I -- me -- get to be oriented. Now, that is cool. And I never thought in a million years that I would actually -- Jason, wait a minute. You didn't happen to make a phone call to the hotel, did you?

Elizabeth: Here's the doctor's report for the Jackson case.

Lucky: Okay.

Elizabeth: I'm sorry it took so long. There was a little computer glitch.

Lucky: It's no problem. We still on for dinner tonight?

Elizabeth: Sure.

Lucky: Great. Reservation's at 7:00. Should I pick you up here or at Audreyís?

Elizabeth: Oh, well, I have to go home and get changed, so you can just pick me up at Gram's.

Lucky: Perfect. You know, I'm really looking forward to tonight. It's been a long time since, you know, just the two of us went out together. So -- hey, you know what? I'll see you later.

Elizabeth: Okay.

Lorenzo: Sonny controls the waterfront.

James: Well, we'll have to remedy that.

Lorenzo: For the most part, he has a lock on water transportation. We try to coexist, but occasionally I have to make adjustments to accommodate Sonny's ego.

James: What adjustments?

Lorenzo: Over the last month alone, Sonny has raided several of my shipments.

James: Why is this man still alive?

Lorenzo: Good question. Timing. With this big shipment coming up, I couldn't risk an all-out war.

James: And there can't be any problems with this particular shipment.

Lorenzo: That's why I took things into my own hands. The plan went bad, and the bottom line is that Sonny still remains a threat.

Ric: We have reports of after-hours activity around Alcazar's warehouses -- a clash between your thugs and his.

Sonny: I don't have thugs.

Ric: I -- I get the sense that you hijacked some of his goods and that Alcazar was retaliating.

Diane: Yes, well, your "sense" doesn't carry any weight in a court of law. We are here to discuss the specious charges against my client, not play "guess what."

Ric: Huh. Well, ms. Miller, if all the criminals walked in here and confessed to their crimes, then "guess what" wouldn't be such an integral part of my investigations. Now, I'm simply trying to stop the unrest with Mr. Alcazar from escalating into a full-blown mob war.

Sonny: Right. While you're at it, Ric, could you maybe try to stop him from coming into my office and pulling a gun on me and shooting me? Oh, I'm sorry -- you can't, can you, because he's calling all the shots now. He owns you.

Ric: Huh. That's an interesting theory, Sonny. I'm sorry, I thought that Alcazar was unconscious in a hospital room with a bullet wound in his head, and it was my job as the D.A. to prosecute the perpetrators of that crime.

Diane: You are wasting our time with these baseless accusations, and they are completely irrelevant to the matter at hand.

Ric: Well, they'll become completely relevant in a custody hearing -- when I combine Sonny's dangerous lifestyle with Alexis' negligent behavior.

Alexis: I think it's time for you guys to get going.

Viola: Well, Kristina was just saying that the purple top doesn't quite go with the turquoise pants.

Alexis: Oh, well, you know what? I -- I think you made an excellent fashion choice, my dear. Uh, sweetie, why don't you guys get going, because I think it -- uh -- the indoor pool closes early on Fridays.

Viola: Early? That must be new.

Alexis: Uh -- must be. So you guys should get going, huh, right? Have a good time? Sweetie, I know that I -- I said that I would put this together, and I promise you it will be set up by the time you get back. Deal? Deal. Okay.

Viola: Let's say goodbye to Mommy. Bye, Mommy.

Alexis: Have fun. I love you. Love you, love you. Bye-bye.

Kristina: Peace out.

Alexis: Peace out. You, too. I wish I could go with you, honey. I love you.

Patrick: That's -- that's perfect right there. I mean, is that -- is that okay with you?

Robin: Um -- yeah.

Patrick: Good. Rest of the stuff's in the truck?

Man: Yep. We'll be right back.

Robin: No, wait, stop. What stuff?

Patrick: Uh, I got some lamps, some matching armchairs, a bedroom suite.

Robin: A suite?

Patrick: That's what it's called -- a bedroom suite, right?

Man: Mm-hmm.

Patrick: A bed, dresser, a tallboy -- tallboy?

Man: Yeah, yeah.

Robin: Highboy, actually. Guys? Take the couch and bring it downstairs, please.

Patrick: Nope. Couch stays.

Robin: It canít.

Patrick: I like it.

Robin: You only brought it back to please me.

Patrick: How dare you accuse me of being thoughtful.

Robin: Will you be serious for a minute?

Patrick: About furniture? Absolutely not. Life's too short.

Robin: Look, you're not even sure you want to stay in this apartment. Why would you go and buy more furniture?

Man: It's a nice place.

Patrick: Thanks -- she found it for me.

Robin: Yeah, I'm starting to regret that.

Patrick: Okay, look, I made some changes about a lot of things.

Robin: About furniture?

Patrick: Look, I've always wanted furniture.

Robin: But you sent the couch back.

Patrick: It was a visceral reaction, like -- like a reflex. If you hit somebody's knee with a rubber mallet, they kick. You buy me a couch, I send it back.

Robin: Take it back to the store now.

Man: You sure?

Robin: All of it.

Patrick: Nope. My apartment, my furniture, it stays.

[Music plays]

Sam: You swear you didn't call Carly and say anything?

Jason: I swear. I had nothing to do with this job.

Sam: Really? Because normally when people say that we have other people to interview, it means "don't call us, we'll call you."

Jason: Okay, but, see, I wouldn't mess with Carlyís hotel, first of all, and I wouldn't go behind your back.

Sam: Okay. I'm sorry. I guess my insecurity has got the best of me. I just -- Jason, I can't believe I got this Lucky this time. I mean, working for Edward was great. I -- I really did have fun working for him. But this -- this is so much better because I got my foot in the door on my own. And now I just have to prove to them that they made the right choice, and, thank God, I don't have to deal with Tracy anymore.

Jason: I'm sure you held your own against Tracy.

Sam: Yeah? Life's too short. Got to go. Wish me luck. I'm going to work.

Alexis: Oh.

Sonny: Hey, Ric, I don't know what you mean by "negligent." Alexis is still fighting for her life, and unless there's something I don't know about that --

Diane: No.

Sonny: No.

Diane: No, we've already established the D.A.'s musings are pointless.

Ric: No, we've established that my daughter shares a home with Sonny's daughter. The danger that surrounds him contributes to the unsafe environment that unfortunately affects my daughter, Molly. Now, I have newspaper clippings, I have arrest reports that support my claim.

Diane: My client has never been proven guilty.

Ric: And this is not a criminal proceeding here. All I have to do is prove endangerment and willful negligence on Alexis' part. Alexis is not well enough to really take care of Molly, and viola is not her mother. Alexis should be grateful -- I'm giving her relief.

Sonny: Where are all your character witnesses to sing your praises, Ric? You think you'd be able to match them with all the people that are going to line up to support Alexis?

Ric: You know what, Diane?

Sonny: Huh?

Ric: I don't know if you're aware of this, but a couple of years ago, your client here was in the same situation that I find myself, and that is fighting for custody of my daughter with Alexis. Now, you listen to me. I love my daughter --

Sonny: Mm-hmm.

Ric: And I have every right to have her part of my life. And that custody judge is going to uphold those rights when I prove that I can provide a safe and more stable environment for Molly.

Sonny: No, the judge is going to see you as a crooked D.A. who's going after a cancer-stricken mother, and you know that, Ric.

Ric: That's okay. I got all my bases covered, Sonny, because I got a thorough investigation of Alcazar underway. And I'm going to show how you drag innocents -- like my daughter, like your own children -- into the danger that surrounds you every single day. But, hey, why don't you lay it out for me different? What shipment is so valuable that you're willing to risk so many lives? What, exactly, is coming into this town?

Robin: Well. Looks like you bought yourself a suite-full of very nice furniture. Very tasteful.

Patrick: Well, you're only saying that because you picked it out. Look at this.

Robin: I can see that -- my ottoman.

Patrick: Your ottoman, and it doubles as a coffee table -- just like the pictures in the magazines.

Robin: Wow. You actually listen to me when I'm yakking in your ear.

Patrick: Yeah. So where does this go?

Robin: See? That is proof right there that you don't really want it. You just bought all of this stuff because you think that I do.

Patrick: But you do.

Robin: I donít.

Patrick: You don't like it?

Robin: No, it's gorgeous.

Patrick: So what's the problem?

Robin: You know what the problem is.

Patrick: You can't take yes for an answer, that's your problem. Look, I have a real apartment with real furniture. I'm almost grown-up -- apparently, that was the goal.

Robin: You mean my goal, as in "Robin made me do it."

Patrick: Okay, give me a little bit of credit. Now, you -- you made sense when you said those things about living like a gypsy and it's not conducive to a certain lifestyle. But I like this. I mean, this -- this feels good.

Robin: If you liked it, you wouldn't have to ask me where things went. You'd be really excited -- moving that shelf five inches to the left, trying to figure out if you had enough room for a plasma television.

Patrick: Damn it -- plasma television. See, I knew I forgot something. But I am going to enjoy this. Now, I do have one simple question -- is furniture objective? I mean, does it have a right and wrong place to go?

Robin: You just put it where you want it. Whatever pleases your artistic sensibilities.

Patrick: I haven't had one of those in a really long time. Outside the hospital, it's pretty much pizza and beer.

Robin: And then I came along and ruined everything.

Patrick: So you're not going to help me?

Robin: Look, deep down inside, you know what you want and where you want it.

Patrick: Yes -- and I had that in the shower.

Robin: Oh.

Patrick: So, help me -- or is that against the rules?

Robin: All right, I'll help you move it, but that's it.

Patrick: Let's go. You ready?

Robin: Yeah. Where do you want it?

Patrick: Um, let's just go over here.

Robin: Wait. Just -- no, just stop. Stop, stop, stop, stop.

Patrick: Okay, Robin, let's just put it back here.

Robin: No, no, no. It just feels wrong.

Patrick: What are you --

Robin: Just put it down.

Davis: You have both uniforms and your employee handbook. You're responsible for the cleaning and maintenance of your clothes. Your training will start this afternoon.

Sam: Wow. Thank you so much for this opportunity, Mr. Maddox. I -- I know you had a lot of qualified people applying for this job. May I ask, why me?

Davis: Sometimes you just get a feeling about a person, and you have the appearance and personality that we look for at the front desk. You're the first person that our guests deal with after they come through the door. It's an important job.

Sam: Well, I will not disappoint you, sir. Thank you so much. I'll see you this afternoon.

Davis: Okay.

Woman: Sam McCall is my new trainee?

Davis: That's right.

Woman: Huh. I hope she appreciates that no one else starts out working the day shift.

Davis: No one else is Jason Morganís girlfriend. Just make sure she's treated well.

Woman: Because Morganís friends with Mrs. Corinthos?

Davis: Because only an idiot would want to get on Mrs. Corinthos' bad side. Be nice to Sam McCall, and we'll all keep our jobs.

[Music plays]

Jason: More herbal tea?

Elizabeth: Coffee -- it's not for me, it's my grandmother. She -- she baby-sits so much for me, I just like to get her little gifts every now and then. I thought maybe coffee would be nice for tonight.

Jason: You working late?

Elizabeth: Actually, I'm going out to dinner with Lucky.

Jason: You decided to go.

Elizabeth: I've kept him at arm's length for such a long time. I don't want him to lose hope of being a part of this child's life -- and hope is what's keeping him off the drugs. I know I'm not responsible for his choices, and you can call it enabling, but he's had the door slammed in his face way too much, and I just -- I think he deserves better.

Jason: What -- what about you? Don't you deserve to go after what makes you happy?

Lucky: Cruz? Thanks for getting me that table at Giselle's tonight. I mean, it's the hottest restaurant in town.

Det. Rodriguez: No problem. The maitre d' and I used to cruise girls in high school on Central Avenue.

Lucky: Listen, man, you've been great. I mean, you've been putting up with all of my garbage and, you know, I appreciate that.

Det. Rodriguez: That wasn't who you really are, Lucky. I know you better.

Lucky: But you've been honest and a real friend. And I'm hoping, you know, maybe tonight -- it'll give me and Elizabeth a new chance.

Man: I think it's what you wanted.

Ric: Yes, it is.

Lorenzo: It's important that I speak to you right away. Right. You here to apologize for shooting me in the head?

Sonny: That's what happens when you try to kill me. Next time I'll aim for your heart.

Lorenzo: That's why you came here -- to threaten me?

Sonny: We're way beyond threats.

Lorenzo: Get to the point.

Sonny: I want to know why you were so desperate to walk into my office and try to shoot me yourself.

Lorenzo: If one of my people slaughtered your son, I imagine you'd want me to pay.

Sonny: This is more than about Diego. You said something in my office about running out of options, running out of time. This is about business. Maybe it's about that shipment, and I intercepted it.

Lorenzo: Yeah, you stole my shipment.

Sonny: And I still might take some more, too.

Lorenzo: Try again, and I will bring a full-scale war to your doorstep.

Sonny: There it is -- that desperation in your voice. You have to stop me at whatever cost. I just want you to tell me why.

Robin: I'm a fraud.

Patrick: Do tell.

Robin: Well, I'm trying to give you all this advice, but I really don't have a clue. All I know is there has to be something more than sleeping on an air mattress for a month.

Patrick: Hey, don't look at me. This is the first time I've ever done this committed relationship thing.

Robin: I really wish you hadn't bought all this stuff.

Patrick: Okay, you bought this couch first. You had it delivered without telling me -- you know what most guys would do in that situation?

Robin: Guys like Pete?

Patrick: Guys like me six months ago, but my head didn't explode. I liked the damn couch.

Robin: I still don't get why you returned it.

Patrick: It's like vitamins. You made it sound like it was good for me -- I don't work that way. Why did you buy it?

Robin: Because I thought you needed it, but I overstepped. And I already said, I shouldn't tell you how to live.

Patrick: Or where to put my ottoman, but you always do.

Robin: And you always remind me.

[Robin sighs]

Patrick: I seriously cannot believe we're fighting about furniture here.

Robin: We're not fighting about furniture.

Patrick: Actually, yes, we are. You see that table over there? I got this on the curb the day I moved in?

Robin: That's someone garbage?

Patrick: Yeah. It's a perfectly good table and every time you're here, you put it over here. When you leave, I put it back.

Robin: Because it looks better over there.

Patrick: That's your opinion.

Robin: Well, then if it bugged you so much, why didn't you say anything?

Patrick: Because I figured at some point, you'd get the hint.

Robin: Oh, so I'm supposed to read your mind now? You know what? I cannot deal with you when you're like this.

Patrick: Like what?

Robin: Ugh, like nothing, okay? It's your apartment. Put everything wherever you want it -- and I mean wherever.

[Door slams]

[Music plays]

Elizabeth: I can't keep Lucky out of this baby's life.

Jason: Hey, no doubt, you always put your kids ahead of anyone else. But it just -- you know, it seems to me that the kids are at their happiest when their parents are happy.

Elizabeth: You're right. How do you know that?

Jason: Well, you know, Michael makes a lot of noise about wanting his mom and dad together, but the truth is his hardest times were when Sonny and Carly were together, fighting and unhappy. Hey, look, if you -- if you want to spend time with Lucky because it makes you feel good about yourself, you need to do that. But if you sacrifice your happiness, eventually your kids will pay the price.

Elizabeth: Have you looked in the mirror lately? You're constantly sacrificing your happiness for those you care about. I mean, think about it. If you lived your life only thinking about yourself, where do you think you'd be now?

James: Sonny Corinthos.

Man: I've heard the name.

James: There's a lot of activity in -- in and out of the coffee shop. He uses this entrance there to get into his office. There's a chance he'll try and jeopardize the shipment. You know what to do.

Man: Done it a hundred times.

James: Don't make any mistakes.

Sonny: You're in over your head; maybe you've spread yourself too thin. Now everybody's riding on a very big shipment, the one that you hope will get you in the black again. Here's your dilemma. I'm going to take that shipment -- that's a given. But it does not have to be a total loss for you if you agree to a smooth transition of all your local assets to me. I will guarantee that you will leave here with enough funding to relocate to another town.

Lorenzo: You know, not that I wouldn't love to see you pay with your life, but I'm going to give you a heads-up. You're going to owe me. Yeah, there's a shipment coming in. And it's bigger than you and me and it's worth more than our businesses combined. So you have two options. You can stay out of the way and let this go down the way it's supposed to or you can get involved and get killed. You decide.

Lainey: Oh, hey --

Robin: Hay.

Lainey: Roomie, can you tear yourself away this weekend and make an appearance at the loft? Super needs to repaint the closets.

Robin: Of course I'll be there. I mean, I do live there.

Lainey: Uh-oh.

Robin: And if I'm not home by 10:00, send a search party out for me. And then if I tell you I'm staying over at Patrickís, drag me out by my hair, please.

Lainey: Okay. Well, first of all, no. Second of all, what's going on?

[Robin sighs]

Robin: Patrick sent back the couch that I bought him -- which I was totally fine with. But then it showed up again today, with enough accent pieces to fill the entire apartment.

Lainey: Well, that's just terrible. I once knew a guy who had a completely furnished apartment and I couldn't get away fast enough.

Robin: I'm serious.

Lainey: I know -- that's what scares me.

Robin: Patrick bought all that stuff because he wants to make me happy.

Lainey: And you don't want to be happy?

Robin: Come on, Lainey, you're a shrink, you're smart.

Lainey: Oh --

Robin: You're supposed to be able to uncover all the subtext and all of the unconscious motivation.

Lainey: Hmm.

Robin: Am I the only one here that smells a setup?

Alexis: Mmm!

Viola: Hey.

Alexis: My best girls are home! Did you have a good time?

Viola: We had a great time.

Alexis: Hmm? Hmm. Hello, sweetheart.

Kristina: Mommy, it's almost ready!

Alexis: I told you I would get it done for you. I'm a mommy of my word, eh? If you guys want to go get changed, we can all play the little jungle game, and you can be the tiger and I'm going to be the parrot, okay?

Kristina: What about Molly?

Alexis: She can be the monkey.

[Viola giggles]

Alexis: They don't have to talk too much anyway. And we can save the animals from being captured by the poachers. Because if anyone can preserve the rainforest, I think the Davis girls can.

Kristina: You must be feeling better, aren't you, Mommy?

Alexis: I'm feeling much better, cookie.

Kristina: Okay.

Alexis: Oh!

Lucky: What, you finished questioning Jenkins already?

Det. Rodriguez: There wasn't much to tell. The guy's trying to claim entrapment.

Lucky: Wait a minute, the same Jenkins we popped yesterday? We had him dead to rights.

Det. Rodriguez: He had enough drugs in his possession to start his own pharmacy. The only way you can prove entrapment is proving that we had contact with him before yesterday, which we didnít. Did we?

Lucky: I've never seen him before in my life.

Det. Rodriguez: I'm sorry, I had to ask. Dude must be sampling from his own stash if he thinks he can get out of this one. I'll go update the commissioner.

Elizabeth: Bobbie, have you seen my grandmother?

Bobbie: Yes. She said she was picking Cameron up at daycare and taking him home to give you time to get ready for your date with Lucky.

Elizabeth: Oh. Okay, thanks. And it's not exactly a date.

Bobbie: Well, Giselleís is a really nice restaurant.

Elizabeth: I know, and Lucky shouldn't have.

Bobbie: Look, I'm sorry. I know you don't need me to pressure you, but Lucky's very precious to me. And after what he's been through with his mother, as well as his own mistakes, I would like to see him get a little peace.

Elizabeth: And, believe it or not, I want the same exact thing. I just don't think I'm the person to give it to him. So, for the record, this is just a dinner, it's not a reconciliation.

Bobbie: Okay. I honestly didn't mean to upset you. And probably what I should've said is that I'm just really glad that you're not shutting the door on Lucky completely. And I really do hope you'll be able to find a positive way to deal with your child's father, before your baby's born.

Jason: Ric dropped the charges?

Sonny: Ric's going to use this Alcazar shooting to the bitter end, because he's got no case. So he has me sitting there through this pretrial conference, while he's throwing a tantrum about his, you know, custody hearing with Alexis. He's trying to use me to prove that she's an unfit mother.

Jason: Oh, because he's such a standup guy, right?

Sonny: Yeah, exactly, but you know what? Something Ric said got me thinking. So I went to go see Alcazar.

Jason: You -- you went alone to see --

Sonny: Believe me; he's in no shape to try to kill me. I just wanted to make sure why he came in here and tried to shoot me.

Jason: Maybe there was someone else he had to protect -- you know, Skye and their new baby? Or maybe he needed to get you out of the way for something bigger.

Sonny: I'm thinking it's one of those shipments of his that we jumped, right? But I'm thinking, like, how? Why, right? He says it's a shipment, a big shipment, coming in soon. And then he says if we get in the way, it's going to get us killed.

Robin: This is all a test. Patrick wants to see how demanding and clingy I get so he has a great excuse to break up with me.

Lainey: Patrick loves you.

Robin: Yeah, and that scares the hell out of him. But do you know what? I don't really blame him. I mean, I practically harassed him into leasing that apartment, and then I bought a couch for him -- which, granted, is gorgeous, but that's totally subjective on my part. And, really, would I want some guy trying to run my life and buying furniture for me -- even if it was perfect? No, I don't think so. So you know what? I don't blame him for trying to push me away. I'm like -- vitamins.

Lainey: Hmm?

Robin: Never mind.

Lainey: Okay, you could be projecting your own fear onto Patrick.

Robin: Oh, don't go all shrink on me.

Lainey: Okay, fine. Well, maybe it's not psychological. Maybe you suffered some kind of head trauma that makes you say really dumb things.

Robin: Well, thanks for the support.

Lainey: Anytime. And, by the way --

[Robin sighs]

Lainey: Maybe you should keep old Sigmund Freud in mind -- sometimes a couch is just a couch.

Patrick: We need to discuss some important things.

Robin: Yeah, I know -- the board evaluations are coming up, and some of the surgical nurses will need references.

Patrick: Okay, we'll get -- we'll get to that.

Robin: So we'll --

Patrick: First, I need you to know that I'm -- I'm not good at sharing my life with someone. I know I love you, but I feel like I'm swimming in deep water. If I do what I think you want me to do, then I'm accused of -- I don't know, but it's not good. And if I do what I've always done, then I'm guilty of much more stuff. It's really a no-win for me. So I only see one way that I can win.

Robin: Yeah, I know -- you want to break up with me.

Patrick: I want you to move in with me.

Ric: Judge Hunter? Yeah, it's Ric Lansing. Sir, I would like to meet with you before my custody hearing, ex parte. Well, something has come up that will have a significant impact on your decision.

[Knock on door]

Officer: Ms. Davis, we have a warrant to search your residence.

Alexis: For what?

Officer: Will you let us in?

Alexis: I'd like to see if that warrant is signed by a judge.

Officer: It's all in order.

Officer: Ms. Davis, you're under arrest.

[Knock on door]

Lorenzo: Oh, couldn't bear to stay away?

James: I've been looking over the security on your various properties, and I'm not impressed.

Lorenzo: Huh. Neither am I. What's your problem?

James: Once our shipment arrives safely, it shouldn't be stored with h you.

Lorenzo: Well, it wonít. I have someplace a little more secure in mind.

Woman: Hello. I'm staying in Room 1002. I'd like to put my jewelry in the house safe.

Davis: Oh, of course, Ms. Mitchell. If you'll just sign here and here, we'll take care of it until you need it.

Ms. Mitchell: Thank you.

Davis: You're welcome. Discretion, Sam.

Sam: Oh.

Davis: It's how we earn our guests' trust.

Sam: I'm sorry, but that must be worth a fortune.

Davis: Well, we've had many more valuable items than this one. It's why Mr. Jacks had a state-of-the-art vault installed. It has three-feet-thick steel walls and an electromagnetic time clock. It's virtually uncrackable. I'll admit, I thought it might be overkill at first.

Sam: Oh, well, I don't know. Not necessarily. When there's something of great value to be had, some people will do almost anything to get their hands on it.

Jason: We're not going to let Alcazar intimidate us. It'll definitely send the wrong message at this point.

Sonny: It doesn't feel like a takeover strategy to me.

Jason: Any clue on what he has coming in?

Sonny: We both know that Alcazar has dealings with government, black ops --

Jason: Mm-hmm.

Sonny: That's one thing that made sense about his warning.

Jason: It could be a bluff.

Sonny: Well --

Jason: Okay, it wouldn't hurt to check it out, then.

Sonny: Okay, why don't we take a drive along the waterfront, see what Alcazar is up to.

Diane: Before you leave --

Sonny: Whoa --

Diane: There's something I need to clear with you.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Robin: Now you're asking me to move in with you?

Sam: Welcome to the Metro Court --

Mateo: Ms. McCall.

Alexis: Please don't do this in front of my daughter.

Officer: You have the right to remain silent.

Diane: Stop visiting Lorenzo Alcazar.

Sonny: Something has Alcazar running scared -- I just want to figure out what it is.

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