General Hospital Transcript Thursday 2/22/07
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Robin: Hey, you.
Patrick: "Hey, you" back. Congratulations.
Robin: On what?
Patrick: You made it through surgery with flying colors.
Robin: Well, I was motivated. I knew you'd be here waiting for me.
Man: Don't be afraid. I -- I didn't come here to hurt you.
Maxie: How did you even find me?
Man: Don't you remember? You told me where you live.
Maxie: Yeah, well, I say a lot of stuff. I didn't expect you to show up here.
Three: The cops are looking for me. I don't have anywhere else to go.
Maxie: Okay, well, I also told you that my dad is the police commissioner, which means you -- you have to clear out of here right now.
James: I'd rather not draw attention by firing this gun. But if you continue with this confrontation, I will blow a hole through you and step over your corpse.
Lucky: Well, if Elizabeth and my baby are dead, I would rather be with them.
Jason: I was so scared you didn't make it out.
Sam: Oh, Jason, when they couldn't find you, I almost gave up hope. But I should know better by now. I mean, you not only saved yourself, you saved Elizabeth -- and the baby. She told me everything that happened in the elevator.
Robin: Hey -- where do you think you're going?
Patrick: I'm going to go tell Dr. Rosenthal you're awake.
Robin: Dr. Rosenthal can wait.
Robin: I want more time with you. Come here.
Robin: You know, that's what kept me going through all those hours at the Metro Court -- knowing that I would get the chance to be with you again.
Patrick: When I heard you were taken hostage and then shot, I seriously thought I would lose my mind.
Robin: I heard that you were true to form -- storming the hotel doors and demanding the gunmen to let you take care of me.
Patrick: Yeah, well, it didn't do any good. They weren't impressed with my orders any more than you were.
Robin: Hmm. I don't like when you tell me what to do. But I am the first to admit that you are as brilliant as you claim to be. I'm living proof of that. I can't imagine how hard that must've been, talking Emily through the surgery over the phone.
Patrick: It was harrowing. Fortunately, Emily�s a great listener. Dr. Rosenthal said she saved your life.
Robin: I know. I owe Emily big time.
Patrick: We both do. I don't know what I would've done if I would've lost you.
Robin: You didn�t. I'm right here. And it's going to take a little bit more than a measly old bullet wound to keep me away from you.
Three: So you're turning me away?
Maxie: It's not because I want you to get caught, but I need to start protecting my dad. I've put Mac through a lot lately. I've lied to him, I've disappointed him. And if they catch you hiding out here with me, that could reflect very badly on him. He might even lose his job, and I definitely don't want to be responsible for that because I was stupid enough to befriend one of the guys who held me hostage.
Three: What about those other guys you told me about -- Zander and Jesse? You helped them.
Maxie: Maybe it's time I start learning from my mistakes. But you know what? Jesse was an undercover cop, and at least I knew Zander a little bit. I don't even know your name.
Three: Cooper Barrett.
Maxie: Are you kidding?
Cooper: You think I'd make that up? My friends call me Coop.
Maxie: Well, I'm not your friend. I'm your ex-hostage.
Coop: But you still covered for me after the explosion. I mean, you thought to pull off my mask and coveralls. You even claimed I was one of the hostages, too. I mean, you were so incredible, Maxie Jones. If -- if we would've met under different circumstances --
Maxie: That's my sister. You have to hide. Quick.
Georgie: Hey. Um -- Patrick just called from the hospital. Robin's awake and out of surgery. I thought you'd want to go see her.
Maxie: Yeah. Um -- I'm right behind you. Hold on.
Luke: Uh -- Tracy, wife, my dear, I appreciate all the support that you're showing for Lulu, but now she's in surgery and her leg is getting taken care of --
Tracy: Her leg is the least of her problems, not to mention yours, as well.
Luke: What do you mean?
Tracy: Luke, look around! Your daughter has suddenly blossomed into a young woman with three all-too-unsuitable suitors.
Luke: Well, come on. You can't fault them their taste in babes.
Tracy: Yeah, you can. You know why? He's a mobster, he's a hacker-slacker, and that one is her stepbrother.
Spinelli: Um -- I'm -- I'm The Jackal, assassin of the internet.
Tracy: Oh --
Spinelli: So -- I mean, I just -- I -- you know, I can really provide the Blond One with cyber assistance --
Spinelli: It's important.
Milo: Oh, Sir, I'm a legitimately employed bodyguard, a legitimate businessman.
Dillon: No, you're not. No, you're not. And for the record, uh, we're not biologically related, me and Lulu, nor were we raised together. So the whole "stepsibling thing," I mean, it's a little far-fetched.
Tracy: Do you understand the problem here? Please say something parental.
Luke: Okay. All right, now, listen up. When my daughter is out of surgery, she'll settle this with the three of you.
Tracy: That's the best you can do?
Luke: Come on, I'm not anybody to choose her boyfriends. Come on.
Doctor: Mr. Spencer?
Doctor: Your daughter's out of surgery.
Dillon, Spinelli, and Milo: How is she?
Tracy: Oh, for God's sake.
Luke: Back off, stooges. Talk to me.
Doctor: The operation went smoothly, no complications. With physical therapy, I expect Lulu to make a complete recovery.
Spinelli: Yes! Okay. I -- excuse me, um, can I go see the Blond One now, kind-of-scary dad dude?
Dillon: Oh, calm down, jackass. And Lulu -- that's her name. Her real name's Lulu. When she gets out of surgery, she's going to be recovering. She's not going to need non-family members hanging around.
Spinelli: Oh, so now it's convenient for you to play the family card?
Luke: Hold on, bench press. Nobody is going to go see my daughter except me.
Lucky: Way to go, tough guy. You let Craig get away.
Det. Rodriguez: I saved your life.
Det. Rodriguez: What were you thinking, huh, walking down his gun? Did you forget who you were dealing with here? This is the same cold-blooded bastard who took a bunch of innocent people hostage, then shot Robin Scorpio just to watch her --
Lucky: I don't care! Elizabeth is gone! Craig told me he stepped over the body as he walked out of Metro Court!
Det. Rodriguez: He would say anything to get inside your head, and you let him?
Lucky: Everyone else is accounted for.
Det. Rodriguez: You don't know for sure Elizabeth didn't survive, all right? And it's too soon for you to throw your life away because somebody said something to get inside your head.
Det. Rodriguez: It's Rodriguez. Craig was spotted on Pier 52. Hold on, hold on, any update on the search for survivors? They found Elizabeth. She's alive.
Lucky: What about the baby?
Kelly: Okay, your vitals were relayed en route. Everything looks good for you and the baby, but I'll give you a thorough exam and then admit you for observation, okay?
Elizabeth: Okay, yeah.
Kelly: Tell me what happened.
Elizabeth: Well, I -- I've been cramping.
Sam: I was with her the entire time and there's no sign of bleeding, but there was -- her pains were irregular.
Jason: Yeah, I -- I put Elizabeth in an elevator before the explosion. We must've dropped about a floor, but the emergency-stop worked, so the impact wasn't -- wasn't that bad.
Elizabeth: The baby's been kicking pretty regularly for the past couple hours.
Kelly: Okay, that's good. Cubicle 3.
Jason: Do you -- do you know anything about Alan Quartermaine?
Kelly: He's recovering from surgery in ICU.
Sam: Hey -- you got to get these checked out.
Jason: Can you just put me on the list? I need -- I need to go up and see Alan.
Lulu: Am I dreaming or is this really you?
Luke: No, it's me, in the flesh.
Luke: Oh. Oh, you had me so scared.
Luke: How's the leg?
Lulu: I can't even feel it. They gave me lots of painkillers.
Luke: Oh, really?
Luke: Got any extra? I've been through hell.
Lulu: Oh -- oh, you were that worried about me?
Luke: Of course I was. But I was really referring to the fact that since you've been in surgery, I've been sitting out there in the lobby -- with your personal spud salad.
Lulu: Oh, these drugs must be stronger than I thought -- a "spud salad"?
Luke: Yeah. Your stepmother says each one is more unsuitable than the last.
Lulu: Can I get a clue here?
Luke: Well, there's Dillon. There's some computer geek who talks like a Klingon. And then there's one of Sonny's baby muscles. Each one of them is out there staking claim to you and arguing over every time you smiled at them.
Lulu: No, you're exaggerating.
Luke: Uh-uh. I can't blame them. You are a prize, princess.
Luke: God, you're so beautiful.
Luke: And you're courageous, which you proved again through all of this. I'm sorry for what I put you through when I tried to bluff Craig. No, I could've gotten you killed.
Lulu: No, no, no, no, you were just trying to save me and the other hostages, and, you know, it didn't work out the way you planned, but nothing in life ever does. You just have to keep your eyes open and look for the next opportunity and improvise.
Luke: How did you get to be so smart?
Lulu: I have an amazing dad.
Patrick: Hey -- don't be a brat. You needed a transfusion on top of the surgery because of your blood loss, which means more fluids, so open up.
Robin: Is this you paying me back for all those times that I bossed you around -- by hovering and monitoring my fluid intake?
Patrick: Yes. Get used to it -- I'm here for the duration.
Robin: Hmm -- that's a nebulous concept.
Patrick: Would you prefer something more concrete -- like forever?
Robin: Forever? I thought you hated that word.
Patrick: Well, when it comes to you, it doesn't seem so bad.
[Knock on door]
Mac: Hello. Hi.
Patrick: Timing, people.
Georgie: I'm sorry, we couldn't wait another minute.
Maxie: We were so scared for you.
Mac: How's it going, sweetheart?
Mac: You know, I am getting way too old for this, okay? From now on, I want you either in the apartment or at the hospital. No more dinners out, no more charity events. In fact, I want you and Patrick to move back into your old room once you get out of here.
Robin: Right -- like that's going to happen.
Georgie: You're really okay?
Robin: Yes, I am almost as good as new, thanks to the able assistance of some incredible people -- like Patrick. And like you, Uncle Mac, not to mention all those cops who put their lives on the line to make sure that we got out of there and away from those crazy gunmen. And not to mention that I'm not the only one that went through this ordeal. How are you?
Maxie: I was a little out of it after the explosion, but I'm good now. I'm just glad that it's over.
Lucky: Dispatch said they found Elizabeth. Have you seen her?
Epiphany: They transported her to General Hospital.
Lucky: Do you know how she got out of the hotel?
Epiphany: Well, after the explosion, Elizabeth took shelter in one of the elevator cars. Now, it just took a minute for the rescue worker to find her. Now, I know you're worried, so let me ease your mind. I listened to the baby's heart sounds myself. It appears your baby's fine.
Lucky: Thank you.
Elizabeth: Well, little one, we survived. It's good to know you're strong, just like your daddy. He saved us, you know. And now he knows the truth. Jason was so understanding. I know he has every right to tell Sam the truth, so I guess that means I'm going to have to tell Lucky and just trust that no matter how angry or disappointed he is, he's going to be strong enough to handle knowing he's not your father.
[Knock on door]
Elizabeth: Come in.
Det. Rodriguez: Hey. Is this a bad time?
Elizabeth: No. No, not at all. I thought you might be Lucky. Does he know I'm okay?
Det. Rodriguez: Yeah, yeah. We found out together. He thought you were still at the Metro Court. He's probably on his way here by now.
Elizabeth: Well, where were you?
Det. Rodriguez: Lucky got word that Craig was sighted and took off after him.
Elizabeth: What are you not telling me?
Det. Rodriguez: I found Lucky on the pier, unarmed, facing off with Craig. Craig had him at gunpoint. Lucky was about to walk into the line of fire, and the worst part about it was that he didn't care. He thought you and the baby were dead and he wasn't going to live without you.
Emily: Jason? Hey.
Jason: Hey. Oh, are you okay?
Emily: Yeah. I'm glad to be out of that lobby.
Nikolas: Yeah, we all are.
Jason: Yeah. How's -- how's Alan?
Emily: Oh, he's asleep. He was asking for you earlier. I'm so glad you came. Oh.
Monica: Jason --
Monica: Oh, thank God. Oh.
Jason: I hope he's going to be okay.
Monica: Uh -- well, he -- he suffered a massive heart attack, and he's in heart failure.
Jason: I was -- uh -- I was disguised as one of the gunmen in the lobby, and I actually helped Alan to the door, and he collapsed before he made it to the barricades.
Monica: Listen, you mustn't blame yourself for what happened to Alan.
Jason: Can I -- can I sit with him?
Monica: Well, he's -- he's asleep right now, and you really need to get those injuries tended to.
Jason: Well, they're pretty busy in the ER. Sam said she'd hold my place in line so I could come up and see Alan.
Monica: You know, I -- I don't want him to wake up and see you like this. He's got to stay calm. Why don't you go to ER, Let them treat those injuries, and you come back? He's going to be here, and he'll be so glad to see you.
Luke: Lulu's awake. She's a little groggy, but she seems okay.
Dillon: I'd like to see her.
Tracy: Don't even think about it. Ah-ah-ah -- freeze, mob boy.
Dillon: Hey, hey, hey, hey!
Luke: Tracy, sweetheart, this overprotective thing -- it doesn't wear well on you. The only one who can send Larry away is Lulu -- same goes for Curly and Moe.
Tracy: So it's just peachy with you if Lulu was to date, say, mob boy?
Luke: Well, who am I to judge? That was my job when I met my first wife. I try not to be hypocritical whenever possible.
Dillon: Right, exactly. And that's the perfect reason for you not to object to my concern for Lulu.
Luke: You're another story. You've already trampled on her heart. I can't get behind another round of that.
Dillon: Well, I -- I know, but, Luke, like, Lulu's the last person I would want to hurt.
Tracy: Really? Isn't that fascinating? And how does that pertain to your other love -- Georgie?
Lulu: Well, I never thought I'd say this, but I'm very glad to see you.
Spinelli: It wasn't much of a fun experience, was it?
Lulu: Yeah, yeah, it was a little more than I bargained for.
Spinelli: How's the leg?
Lulu: Yeah, it's good, except for about 50 stitches.
Spinelli: Uh -- sorry about that. You know, I was -- I was trying to keep you away from the blast, but I didn't do a good job.
Lulu: No, no, no, no, no, no. If anybody should be apologizing, it's me. I went into my usual stubborn routine and I wouldn't leave when Jason said we should, so, basically, it was my fault that we were caught in the explosion.
Spinelli: I forgive you.
Lulu: Hmm -- you're a generous soul.
Lulu: Did I ever thank you for risking your life to save mine?
Spinelli: Oh -- I actually didn't do that much saving.
Lulu: Hmm, you were great.
Jason: Now it's time to come through again.
Lulu: Oh, hey, Jason. I'm doing fine. Thank you for asking me.
Jason: I am -- I am glad you're okay.
Lulu: Yeah. You, too.
Jason: Can I talk to you outside?
Spinelli: Hey -- uh -- what can I do for you, Stone Cold? Dynamic duo's back together, huh?
Jason: Okay, listen, I need you to get on the computer and start tracking Craig, okay? Any exit plan he had had to be compromised. I need -- I need you to do what you do -- get on the computer, and you need to find him.
Spinelli: Come on, dude. Haven't you already put in your time? Can't the cops handle this?
Jason: Are you -- are you serious, the cops? Come on, they're going to do whatever they want; it's got nothing to do with me. Craig came into this town, inflicted a lot of damage on the people I care about. Find him.
Elizabeth: Gram, we're fine. The baby and I were just admitted for observation. How's my little boy doing? Oh, so he didn't know anything about the hostage crisis? Good. Okay. Well, thank you. And can you give him a big hug and kiss for me and tell him that I'm going to be home as soon as I can? Gram, Lucky's here, I got to go. Hi.
Lucky: You don't know how scared I was. I thought I'd lost you, that I'd never be able to look in your eyes again -- or ever hold our baby.
Sam: Okay, good news -- you get your own space. Bad news -- we got to wait.
Jason: That's good. It'll give us some time to talk. Um -- a lot has happened, and I -- and I need to tell you about it, okay?
Sam: Wait, Jason, hold on. I -- I have something to tell you.
Jason: No, Sam, I need to tell you this --
Sam: No, Jason, please, I -- please.
Sam: I -- um -- I -- I wanted to tell you this, but I really couldn't find the words, and I guess maybe I was afraid to admit it -- to you or even to myself.
Elizabeth: Rodriguez told me how you went after Mr. Craig. Lucky, you can never take a chance like that again. You have way too many people who love you and need you.
Lucky: Something in me just snapped when I thought you were dead. My life means nothing without you and our baby.
Sam: I had an ob-gyn appointment right before the whole hostage situation happened, and -- um -- I learned something. It's not good, Jason. We can't get pregnant after all.
Jason: I -- I don't understand. Why can't you have -- have a baby?
Sam: I wouldn't be able to carry it.
Jason: Is this about the ruptured placenta, because the doctors said you recovered.
Jason: I --
Sam: My uterus is scarred. And if by some miracle I would happen to get pregnant, I would lose the baby.
Jason: But that's not -- that's not what they said before, you know, after -- you know, after we lost your baby.
Jason: So the scarring -- it -- it came from the night you got shot?
Sam: Jason, please, I know where you're going to go with this.
Jason: He shot you to torment me. He waited and watched until you were in my arms, Sam.
Sam: Jason, don't do this, please. It's not your fault. Hey -- it's not your fault. I'm sorry. I'm just so sorry.
Sam: You were finally �
Mayor Floyd: Oh, good, I was -- I was told I could find you here.
Jason: I -- I'm sorry, we're �
Mayor Floyd: Listen, I am sorry for the intrusion.
Jason: We're in the middle of something.
Mayor Floyd: I apologize, but the reporters are gathering outside. I want to publicly acknowledge Sam�s heroism.
Sam: My what?
Mayor Floyd: There's no need for modesty, Sam. The whole town knows that you're the woman who saved the Metro Court hostages.
Elizabeth: Lucky, there's something you need to know.
Lucky: I hope you don't mind if I say you've never looked more beautiful.
Elizabeth: Last summer, when you were using drugs and sleeping with Maxie, I honestly thought that our marriage was over. I felt so alone and betrayed --
Lucky: I'm always going to regret the pain that I caused you. But even then, even in the very worst, that hope was not lost. We made a child. And this child is the hope for our future. We could've easily died there. But we're here, we're together. Last summer, I almost threw my life away. But you -- you and this child give me all the reason more to -- to hold on. I'll never risk our love, our family again.
Lulu: So I know Alan wasn't the killer at all. He -- I actually was able to talk to him for a long time --
Dillon: Lulu -- Lulu, please. Can proving your mom's innocence take a rest for one second while I take a little breather to appreciate the fact that you're even alive?
Lulu: Sorry. Are you going to say something nice?
Dillon: Well, I know -- yeah, you're making light right now, but you don't -- you don't even know -- you don't know how terrified I was when I found out you were one of the hostages. I mean, I kept thinking, "Oh, my God, that should've been me," and it's true. If I had gone down to the lobby and if I had given Spinelli Alan's PDA instead of you, you wouldn't have been in that whole horrible mess.
Lulu: There -- there is no way that you could've known that I was going to be taken hostage, and, I mean, it means a lot to me to know that you were worried and that you care.
[Knock on door]
Milo: Can I come in?
Dillon: Oh, absolutely.
Lulu: What, is this -- this is for me?
Milo: Yeah -- a smoothie from the health food store. The organic nutrients are supposed to promote healing.
Lulu: This is so sweet of you.
Dillon: That's sweet --
Milo: The doctors told Luke you'll -- uh --
Milo: You'll need some physical therapy, so -- I'm in the gym every day. If you -- um -- want a little assistance --
Dillon: You know what, Milo? It is so generous of you to tear yourself away from your mob duties to help Lulu, but I think if anybody's going to be helping her, it's going to -- it's going to be me. What?
Milo: No, it just --
Milo: Doesn't really look like you know how to work out or do it a lot or anything.
Dillon: Wow. Well, okay. Well, you know what? I'll tell you what I do know. I do know Lulu, all right, and I have a bond with her, and she trusts me, so --
Lulu: Hey -- hey, don't jump all over Milo. He's just being his thoughtful self.
Dillon: All right, would you stop talking about Milo, seriously? This isn't about Milo. This is about you and me and a bond and a connection that we had long before what happened last summer, and you know that.
Georgie: Please don't let me interrupt.
Maxie: Are you still here?
Coop: Sorry if you're disappointed.
Maxie: Well, I figured you were starving, and since we were locked in the vault for 12 hours, well, I didn't think you stopped to get a snack on your way here.
Coop: Thanks. It'll be easier to run on a full stomach.
Maxie: I think it's too soon for you to leave Port Charles. I mean, the cops are everywhere. They've set up roadblocks; they're patrolling the harbor, the airports, the bus and train stations. If you tried to run -- well, I mean, you might as well just turn yourself in.
Coop: I don't have a lot of options, but that is not one of them.
Maxie: Which is why I think you should stay here.
Coop: That's not very smart, since your father is the police commissioner.
Maxie: Actually, it's brilliant. You'd be hiding in plain sight, and I could tell when the manhunt dies down, when it's safe for you to leave.
Coop: Before, you couldn't wait to get rid of me. I mean, what changed?
Maxie: Oh, maybe it's Stockholm Syndrome -- you know, where the hostage identifies with their captor? Okay, maybe it's just one more bad habit that I can't break -- the irresistible impulse to help and hide fugitives. Look, all I know is being locked in that vault with you made me see you as a real person -- just like you did with me, which is why you couldn't press that detonator and you didn't leave me to die. I won't let you walk out of here and get ambushed. You saved my life. And since turnabout is fair play, I'm going to try and save yours.
Georgie: Dillon, you should've stayed with Lulu.
Dillon: Georgie, wait. I don't know what you heard, okay, but none of it meant that I don't love you.
Georgie: Dillon, I know that -- and I love you, too -- but we were naive to think that we were going to spend the rest of our lives together.
Dillon: What are you saying?
Georgie: Dillon, we got married when you were dying. It was a commitment that we wanted to make to each other and -- you recovered.
Dillon: Yeah? Should I apologize for that?
Georgie: No, Dillon, that's not what I meant, and that -- that's not the point. We were stuck in a situation that we were nowhere near ready for. Maybe marriage was just the beginning of the end for us.
Dillon: No, no, we don�t. This doesn't need to be an end --
Georgie: Dillon, as much as we want it, we can't be stuck back in time. I am not the nerd that you fell in love with that first day you walked into Kelly�s, and you are not that film geek that is going to cast me in every film as a heroine that you are someday going to direct. Dillon, we've changed, and that's okay. It hurts to let go. But I think it hurts us more to hold on. Can you agree with me? Please, Dillon, please. I need to hear you say it.
Dillon: I love you.
Georgie: I know. But?
Dillon: But you're right. I hate this. I hate saying it, and I would give anything for it not to be true.
Georgie: I know, I know.
Dillon: We're over.
Georgie: Well, that's it, then.
Dillon: So, what now? I mean, that's what? "Thanks for the memories"? "We'll always have Port Charles"?
Georgie: No, Dillon, let's -- let's just -- let's say goodbye.
Patrick: Okay. I'm going to take off. You need to get some rest. Having your family here got you a little tired.
Robin: No, I feel good, actually. I guess there's nothing like staring your own mortality in the face to put things in perspective. I did come pretty close to dying. Not only do I get to live, but I get to live with you. Can you sit down for just a second?
Robin: I think it's time for that apology I owe you.
Patrick: Apology? For what?
Robin: Before the gunmen came in, I had a conversation with Alan, and he reminded me about something that I had so conveniently forgotten. When it was time for my six-month HIV test, I did not want to take it for the same exact reasons that you don't, so I had no right to threaten breaking up with you or to call you ignorant.
Patrick: Well, as much as I'm loving this humble moment --
Patrick: You were right -- about everything. It was selfish and cowardly of me to not take the test. And --
Robin: Yeah, but I shouldn't have blackmailed you into taking it while I was in surgery.
Patrick: I didn't feel blackmailed. I didn't take the test. I was waiting for you.
Patrick: I know this is ridiculous, but it is much easier with you literally holding my hand.
Robin: Okay, I'm not so out of it that I don't realize you're just trying to make me feel important.
Patrick: You are important.
Nurse: All done.
Patrick: Thank you. Can we get a rush on this test? I want it back as soon as possible.
Nurse: You got it, Dr. Drake.
Robin: Ah. I love you.
Patrick: You changed my life, taught me what was worthwhile. Whether this comes back positive or negative, it doesn't matter. I'm going to be okay, as long as I have you.
Luke: Wife, I really appreciate all the interest you're showing in Lulu's well-being. But in the history of mankind, nobody has ever been able to dictate who falls in love with who. The more you complain about those three stooges, the more they're going to be attractive to her.
Tracy: Hmm. So that's it? She can date whoever she wants and you're not going to lift a finger to stop her?
Luke: She's 18. She knows her heart and her mind. And I have better things to do than play boyfriend police.
[Knock on door]
Scott: You up for a visitor?
Lulu: Scott Baldwin, right?
Scott: So you remember me?
Lulu: For a brief moment, my mom was going to marry you.
Scott: Uh -- re. Remarry. I was your mother's first husband and I've never stopped caring about her. So I'd -- I'd like to talk to you.
Monica: Oh. I thought I told you to get some rest.
Emily: Yeah, well, there's no way to keep me away.
Monica: I figured.
Emily: How's Dad?
Monica: He's still sleeping, which is really the best thing for him.
Emily: Did he get to see Jason?
Monica: Well, Jason was pretty -- pretty beat up. I didn't want to alarm Alan, so I sent him to ER to get his injuries treated.
Emily: I'd like to sit with him. Yeah?
Monica: Go ahead.
Emily: Okay. Whew.
Sam: Hey. Is everything okay with the baby?
Elizabeth: Yeah. The baby's fine. I tried to tell Lucky the truth, but I just couldn't bring myself to do it.
Sam: The truth about what?
Spinelli: Hey, I -- I think I got a lead.
Jason: I'm listening.
Spinelli: Okay, Craig downloaded a lot of information onto a PDA -- okay, bank accounts, credit card numbers -- anything he'd need to disappear.
James: I'm sorry, Lena, but there's one last thing you can do for me.
Jason: I'm sure Craig wasn't carrying a PDA. That woman, Six, was.
Emily: Hey, Dad. How are you feeling?
Alan: Is Jason -- is Jason coming?
Jason: If the PDA is still in the rubble, Craig might go back for it.
Jason: That's where I'll find him -- at the Metro Court.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Emily: There's going to be plenty of time for you to talk to Jason.
Alan: Please find Jason.
Sonny: I love you. We're soul mates.
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