General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 3/7/07
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Lulu's voice: "Luke, I think it's time you knew the truth about the night Rick died -- Laura didn't kill her stepfather. The person who killed Rick Webber was Scott Baldwin"?
Luke: What are you doing?
Lulu: Uh -- nothing.
Luke: You're going to have to learn to cover a little better than that.
Maxie: Is it as weird for you being back here as it is for me?
Coop: I still don't know if this is a good idea that I go to work for -- as a security guard for the hotel I was supposed to rob.
Maxie: Well, look, Mr. Craig was the one who blew this place up, and in the end, you didn't help him. It's over now, okay, and you're starting your life over, which is all that matters.
Elizabeth: Ooh -- uh -- Lucky?
Lucky: Who were you expecting?
Elizabeth: No one but you.
Jason: Thanks for bringing Michael to Alan�s memorial. It -- it meant a lot to Monica.
Carly: Yeah? I know it was tough for you.
Jason: Yeah. But I have to move on. You know, you got to go on living your life, and that's why I'm here. I promised I would take you to the Dominican Republic to get your divorce. Let's go.
Carly: I can�t.
Maxie: That uniform looks good on you.
Coop: Mr. Jacks told me to keep the personal stuff out of the workplace.
Maxie:' I�m just testing your concentration.
Coop: You realize that every square inch of this place is going to be covered by surveillance cameras once they're installed?
Maxie: Well, maybe we could break the rules and find a few secret places to meet.
Coop: You always have a plan, don't you?
Maxie: You provide excellent motivation, Cooper Barrett. Oh -- and don't forget to go to Kelly�s and see if they have a room for rent.
Coop: That's the first thing on my list after I get off work.
Maxie: The very first thing?
Coop: You're welcome to come with.
Maxie: I might take you up on that.
Man: I thought you had faster reflexes, Private.
Lulu: Dad, this is exactly why I hated living at the Quartermaines'. It drove me crazy when Tracy and -- and everyone else was nosing around in -- in my business, and I thought that you were different.
Luke: I have no interest in your personal correspondence.
Lulu: And, well, you know, whoever wrote it would be really embarrassed if you read it.
Luke: Well, I didn't, did I?
Lulu: Okay, can I go back to reading it now without you?
Luke: Please, knock yourself out. Um -- daughter?
Luke: You haven't heard from Scott Baldwin again, have you?
Lulu: This letter is not from Scott.
Luke: I didn't say it was. And I told you that I'd let you make your own mistakes. It's just that you don't seem to grasp what a slime bucket he really is.
Lulu: I'll be fine, Dad, I promise.
Edward: All right. Thank you very much. Well, the lawyers called. They're going to read Alan�s will this afternoon.
Tracy: They couldn't wait a day or two? What about respect for the departed?
Edward: They're just doing their job. Besides, it's just a formality anyway. He left everything to Emily.
Tracy: What makes you say that?
Edward: Well, you see, Alan wanted to provide for his children, and Jason has amassed a fortune offshore, so he doesn't need it. And Skye doesn't need it now that she is tied up with that thug Alcazar, so that leaves Emily, who has been a very dutiful daughter -- and she is the shining light of this family.
Tracy: Did you hear your grandfather? They're going to read Alan�s will this afternoon.
Dillon: Might as well get it over with.
Tracy: Please don't talk with your mouth full. I'm not sure if I can sit around a table with a bunch of my family members with their mouths open like fledglings waiting to get fed.
Dillon: No offense, but it's not like you fledglings have to worry about money, you know?
Tracy: I'm not thinking about myself.
Dillon: Well, don't think about me, because there's no way in hell that Alan�s leaving me anything.
Tracy: And what makes you so sure?
Dillon: Because -- um -- Alan didn't know I existed.
Tracy: You and Alan had a great deal in common -- you turned your back on the family business to follow your dream. Maybe Alan wants you to realize that dream.
Dillon: Mom, can we cut to the chase? Um -- the thing is that you and I are not getting left so much as a food stamp. He's going to give it all to Emily.
Tracy: Don't you look at me. I am mourning you. I just have to think practically. Hopefully, for once in your rotten life, you thought practically, too, and left control of your E.L.Q. stock to me.
Alice: You got to be delusional. Mr. Alan certainly left everything to Emily.
Elizabeth: I want to tell Cameron that we're getting back together.
Lucky: You think it's time?
Elizabeth: I do. I just want to make sure that you're okay with it.
Lucky: I want to spend the rest of my life with you and our family.
Elizabeth: Well, so do I.
Lucky: I made a promise that I'd stop drugs -- those just weren't words. I've been going to my meetings, staying away from people and -- and the places that were a part of that life. Yeah. I want to -- I want to tell cam.
Elizabeth: I hope you know how much he loves you.
Lucky: I love him, too. And soon we'll be celebrating that new miracle --
Lucky: Our little baby.
Carly: Look, I -- I want to get a divorce -- of course I do -- but you just lost your dad.
Jason: There -- there's nothing more I can do. I spent time with Monica and the family, I went to the memorial.
Carly: The last thing you need right now is to get involved with my divorce. This can wait a few days, Jason.
Jason: Okay, weren't you the one who said I had to take you to get the divorce right away?
Carly: Yes, but I forgot about Alan�s memorial.
Jason: Well, that's fine. Let's -- let's just go.
Carly: I can't -- it's complicated, okay?
Jason: Why is it complicated?
Carly: Because -- because Jax came back, the whole hostage thing happened, I slept with Sonny, and --
Jason: You slept with Sonny?
Carly: It was after the whole hostage ordeal and the lobby explosion.
Jason: Okay, okay, I don't want --
Carly: Listen to me, please? We did realize that you took the boys to my mother's, so we went back to his place and we were -- we were tired and we were exhausted and we were worried about you, and then we found out that you were okay. And we were emotional, and we were alive. And we needed to be close, and -- no, I didn't expect Jax to just accept it, but I certainly didn't expect him to show up at my door the very same day.
Jason: All right, so you broke up with Jax, then?
Carly: No, I didn't break up with Jax. You know, he's trying to have an open mind, sort of. You know what it's like, Jason, when you're vulnerable and -- and someone you're close to is vulnerable -- the exact same thing happened between you and Elizabeth.
Jason: Okay, let's -- let's not go there, please. This is about you and Jax and Sonny, not me.
Carly: Don't tell me you don't see the parallel, okay? Because you and Elizabeth had a moment of weakness, but now you're moving on, right? I mean, thank God that baby turned out to be Lucky's, or you would have to be married to Miss Goody Two-Shoes, and that would drive me insane.
Jason: We're not going to go there, Carly.
Carly: No, we're not going there, we're not going there. You know why? Because you have moved on with your life and I'm moving on with my life. What happened with Sonny happened. But I'm moving forward and I'm not looking back, and --
Jason: Do you want to go to the Dominican Republic or not?
Lucky: Okay, why don�t you bring Cam over to the house after your shift and we'll tell him together?
Elizabeth: That's a good idea -- then he can start to get used to the new house.
Lucky: I am so glad we're going to be living together.
Elizabeth: Me, too.
Lucky: Okay, I'll see you then.
Bobbie: There's no rush to be back, so why don't you take a few days?
Monica: Oh, Bobbie, if I stayed home, I would just go crazy. I need to keep moving, and the best way to do it is just move around the hospital, I guess.
Bobbie: Okay. Well, if there's anything at all I can do --
Monica: Just being here and having you to talk to helps, thank you. Hmm. Alan's signature -- he always signed it so clearly. You could really read it, not like -- not like most doctors' scribble. I would see his -- his name and I would be reassured. I'd know that things were being taken care of around here. Now he's gone.
Lulu: Huh -- for someone who is resting in peace, your uncle is sure stirring up a lot of trouble -- my dad almost saw the letter.
Dillon: Lulu, why don't you just give it to him?
Lulu: Because that's not an option.
Dillon: Well, I mean, Alan did write the letter to Luke. We just happened to intercept it along the way.
Lulu: Yeah, yeah, and if my dad found out that Scott really killed Rick guilty and, therefore, go crazy over it, he's going to be more than furious.
Dillon: So, what, you think your dad's going to get revenge?
Lulu: Well, you know my dad. What do you think?
Dillon: I think Luke would kill Scott, personally.
Lulu: Yeah, I do, too. And we would have another murder on our hands and my dad would go to jail -- no, forget it. You know what? We -- we need to keep this letter secret, and -- and we can't go to the cops until I have enough evidence to bring it to them.
Dillon: So -- but why -- why wouldn't Alan have told Luke earlier if he knew it was Scott all along?
Lulu: Because my dad wasn't around. He didn't come back until right before the hostage situation.
Dillon: Okay, well -- yeah, but we still -- I guess I'm trying to say we don't know that it's true. You know?
Lulu: What, you think Alan would lie in a posthumous letter?
Dillon: No, I think he believed what he was saying, but he still could've been wrong.
Lulu: Like -- like he was trying to -- to frame Scott? But why?
Dillon: Well, I don't know -- maybe he was protecting somebody, or maybe it is true. I don't know. The thing is we don't have proof either way.
Lulu: Okay, well, then we need to get proof.
Coop: Not funny.
Man: Oh, sorry. The look on your face was worth it, man.
Coop: What are you doing here, Logan?
Logan: Hey, is that any way to greet an army buddy you called to hit up for cash?
Coop: Yeah, yeah. Well, you owe me for looking the other way while you were running your black market business in Iraq.
Logan: Hey, we all did what we had to do.
Coop: Yeah -- and watch each other's backs.
Logan: That's right. You don't make those kind of friends in the civilian world. When your life's in the hand of the guy to your left and your right, that's what real trust is all about. You're starting to wonder if I brought the money, right?
Coop: Did you?
Logan: Of course -- not that you'll be needing it with your new job.
Coop: It's an honest living.
Logan: Yeah, "honest" being the operative word.
Coop: I just needed enough money to get me through to my first paycheck. You could've wired it.
Logan: I wanted to see what you were up to.
Coop: It's the town, right? You said your dad was from Port Charles? I mean, is that why you came -- to pay him a visit?
Luke: You summoned me, wife?
Tracy: I need you to earn your keep. The lawyers are reading Alan�s will this afternoon and I need an advance copy.
Luke: You can't take the suspense, huh?
Tracy: If you're about to tell me that Alan�s going to leave everything to Emily, keep it to yourself, I don't want to hear it.
Luke: That thought never entered my head.
Tracy: Alan had a soft spot for strays. He was a sap -- Emily was bad enough. But if he left one thin dime to that miserable Skye -- and don't you go defending her after she let Alan and Lulu and everybody else walk into that --
Luke: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Priorities, love -- the will.
Tracy: Oh, I'm sorry, you're right. Ahem -- the will. So, Alan never had the disposition to run E.L.Q., but a large percentage of the stock belongs to him.
Luke: I see. And now you want it to belong to you?
Tracy: Yes. I've earned it, I'm experienced, I've run the company, I know E.L.Q. inside out.
Luke: But you and Alan fought all the time.
Tracy: I'm his sister. And underneath all that bickering, we relied on each other.
Luke: Well, I know that, and he did, too, so maybe he left his piece of the pie to you.
Tracy: Maybe he did, maybe he didn�t. If he didn't, I'll have to take appropriate action.
Luke: You mean forge Alan�s will?
Dillon: Okay, so if Scott really did kill Rick and we want to prove it, we have to make sure.
Lulu: Yeah, yeah, yeah, we need to find a motive, and it should be a really strong one if he killed Rick and let my mom take the blame.
Lulu: Well, Rick was blackmailing someone and it wasn't Alan, so maybe it was Scott.
Dillon: Okay, good -- time to follow the paper trail.
Lulu: So, yeah, I'm thinking you can talk to Spinelli, have him look into Rick's bank accounts and see if there's some link between him and Scott.
Dillon: Okay, lovely -- Spinelli to the rescue once again. That's good.
Lulu: Yeah, Spinelli is a computer genius.
Dillon: Yeah, a computer genius who thinks he's living in a video game, refers to himself as "The Jackal."
Lulu: Dillon, what is your problem?
Dillon: Nothing. Nothing's the -- I just -- I -- he gets on my nerves, that's all. So why don't -- can you just, like, deal with him yourself, please?
Lulu: Well, you're a little more mobile than I am these days.
Dillon: Yeah, I know, Lulu. So why don't you just call him and ask him to come over, because, believe me, he'll be a lot more receptive to you than me.
Lulu: So you're bailing on me right now?
Dillon: No, I'm not bailing, Lulu. I'm not, but just -- just let me know how it goes.
Lulu: Dillon, what -- seriously, what is wrong with you?
Dillon: He went through the explosion with you; he risked his life to save you, Lulu. He's a stoner and -- and a hacker, and somehow he's your hero right now and I'm not, and I'm -- jealous.
Logan: I have no idea where my father is -- my mother never knew for sure.
Coop: So why'd you give me this whole song and dance about your dad being this standup guy and taking you camping and fishing?
Logan: I don't know. It was something to pass the time, you know, while the hours were dragging by while we were on guard duty. It took up more time than saying my father was Mr. X.
Coop: Yeah, right.
Logan: Bottom line -- my father never came looking for me. The guy could be anywhere.
Coop: So, why'd you say Port Charles?
Logan: I don't know. I got the idea from something I read on the net. Hmm -- maybe it's better he isn't here. If I ever ran into the guy, I probably wouldn't be looking to bond with him over beers and barbecue. I'd probably want to kill him on sight.
Luke: Well, so much for sibling bonds.
Tracy: Please. Making a few crucial changes to Alan�s will is just about means the last one standing takes it all?
Tracy: Husband, from the time Alan and I were kids, Daddy groomed Alan to take over the family business. But Alan wanted to be a doctor. So when he left to follow his dream, I was ready to step up. I worked twice as hard to prove I was capable. But Daddy wouldn't hear of me running the company. Why? Because I'm a girl.
Luke: But you're running it now.
Tracy: Only because the job got too big for Daddy. And he ran out of heirs -- I'm the only one that wanted to do it. And I get no credit for keeping the company competitive. I earned this, Luke.
Luke: Okay. I'll help you on one condition.
Tracy: You're going to help me because you're my husband. You're going to help me because I support you and your daughter, while you are free to come and go as you please. You stage phony weddings in my garden, swill my booze, eat my food, and I want a return on my investment, okay?
Luke: Okay. I'll get the will. But I'm the one who's going to make the crucial changes in it. Alan's going to very generously leave me sympathy money -- for being Mr. Tracy Quartermaine.
Carly: I need you to pick up the boys after school and take them to my mother's -- and do not tell Sonny, please. Thanks, Max.
Jason: You know what? You didn't need to pack. We're going to be back tonight, Carly.
Carly: I'm just making sure I'm prepared, okay?
Jason: Uh -- for what?
Carly: For whatever Sonny tries to pull.
Jason: He doesn't even know we're going.
Carly: He could find out. He could. He could ask Max, and Max could tell him whatever he wants to know.
Jason: Even if Max tells him, who cares? You have every right to get a divorce, and Sonny can't stop you.
Carly: Sonny always gets what he wants -- look what he's done for the past three months. You have to make sure this divorce happens, okay?
Jason: What -- what is going on with you?
Carly: Nothing is going on with me.
Jason: Something is -- you're all wound up.
Carly: I'm fine, okay, I'm fine. I want this divorce more than anything in the world and it's going to happen today. Let's go.
Lulu: You and Spinelli don't get along because of me?
Dillon: I'm not I'm not trying to be hard on the guy, but, like, he and Milo think that we're in this big competition over you, and --
Lulu: Over me?
Dillon: Yeah, Lulu, they're crazy about you. And they're giving -- you know, they're giving me all kinds of attitude because you and I have a -- a thing.
Lulu: Yeah, what about your thing with Georgie?
Dillon: Uh -- we broke up -- for good.
Lulu: Oh. I'm -- I'm sorry.
Dillon: Yeah. Well, I was, too, at first. I mean -- but you know what I think it was? I think it was the kind of sadness that you get when you know that something big in your life is coming to a close -- like -- like a chapter is ending?
Lulu: It was a big chapter -- you guys were married.
Dillon: I know. I know -- we rushed into it, and then we realized that we were way too young to make that kind of commitment. And we tried, you know? I mean, we really tried to get back what we had and start over, and that didn't work. And what's funny was that, in the end, Georgie was the one who really came to terms with reality. Georgie was the one who said, "Hey, we're holding on to something that isn't there." And, well, she was right.
Lulu: Well, you and I rushed into things, too. You were mad at Georgie because you thought she slept with Diego, and I liked you -- a lot. And I -- huh -- wanted to be close to you, and it -- it seemed so romantic -- till I got pregnant. But, I mean, we're still friends now.
Dillon: Yeah. Yeah, we are. You're my best friend, Lulu. I don't -- I don't want to lose that. I mean -- and if -- if it ever became something more -- um -- I would be okay with that, too.
Dillon: Well -- um --
[Door opens and closes]
Logan: So how'd you get the security gig anyway?
Coop: I applied, they accepted.
Logan: That simple, huh?
Coop: I had a friend who helped.
Logan: Hey, what a coincidence, because I have a friend who's going to help me, too. You do a good job, okay, you impress everyone with your spit and polish, attention to duty, then you recommend me to your boss so that I can get a job here, too.
Coop: I don't want to mess this up, okay?
Logan: You telling me you don't trust me?
Coop: Hey, you're always looking for a chance to do some business on the side, and I -- I don't want to get involved.
Logan: Hey, I'm asking you to help me out, all right, the way I helped you out with the money.
Coop: This isn't Iraq.
Logan: Huh -- no, it's not. It is the good old U.S. of A., and things are about to get a whole lot better.
Coop: How do I get in touch with you?
Logan: I'll get in touch with you.
Bobbie: So you're determined to stay.
Monica: Oh -- everywhere I look, I'm reminded of Alan. But as much as I miss him, I know he was happiest here. He just put his heart and soul into being a doctor and -- I don�t know. Feeling his presence, I guess, is reassuring.
Bobbie: It's a wonderful way to remember him, Monica.
Russell: Dr. Quartermaine.
Monica: Dr. Ford.
Russell: Again, I'm sorry for your loss.
Monica: Thank you. Thank you.
Edward: Oh, Monica, I --
Monica: Edward -- uh -- you know Dr. Russell ford? My father-in-law, Edward Quartermaine.
Edward: Yes, we met, and you were at Alan�s memorial service.
Russell: Yes, I came with Dr. Noah Drake and Nurse Johnson. Sir, I'm sorry for your loss.
Edward: That's very kind of you.
Russell: I'll give you some privacy.
Monica: Thank you.
Edward: Monica, the lawyers called, and they want to read Alan�s will this afternoon.
Monica: What? Why so soon?
Edward: My sentiments exactly.
Monica: Oh, well. Okay -- uh -- I mean, we know it's basically a formality. He's left everything to Emily.
Tracy: Whoa. You look like a functioning member of society.
Luke: The law firm thought so. I had them scrambling for writs and motions.
Tracy: Did you get the will?
Luke: Who's your daddy?
Tracy: Give me that.
Luke: No, I want to hear the words -- who's your daddy?
Tracy: Luke, that's ridiculous. Give me the envelope.
Luke: Not until you say the magic word.
Tracy: What did it say -- "daddy"?
Luke: Thank you. I don't know. I thought you should see it first.
Tracy: Maybe I'm being unfair? I mean, he is my brother. Maybe I should -- honor his wishes?
Tracy: It would be the right thing?
Luke: It would honor his memory.
Tracy: Kind of like a parting gift.
Luke: It would show him respect.
Tracy: Yeah, never mind. Who better than his sister to save him from his worst impulses? Don't look at me like that -- you would do the same thing if you were standing in my shoes!
Luke: Damn right I would. So, what does it say?
Carly: Buckle up, get ready for takeoff.
Pilot: We are currently seventh in line for the runway, so takeoff will be about 15 minutes late.
Carly: Here it comes.
Jason: Here -- here what comes?
Carly: Sonny paid the pilot to delay the flight.
Jason: He just said we had planes ahead of us, Carly.
Carly: It's an excuse, Jason. It's the first of many. Next, there's going to be mechanical failure -- that's why we won�t take off. Or better yet, we're going to open the door and Sonny's going to be standing there with those puppy-dog eyes, giving me some cockamamie reason why I can't leave -- Michael was in another fight at school, Morgan�s sick. I'm going to fall for it, I'm going to rush home, Michael�s fight will be resolved, and Morgan will be feeling better.
Jason: You know, you're getting worked up over nothing right now.
Carly: No, I'm not, I'm just getting prepared. I'm getting prepared, okay, and I'm not going to believe a word he say we are going to tell him that we were going to the Dominican Republic so I can get a divorce, you're helping me, and there's nothing he can do to stop it, okay?
Jason: He doesn't even know we're doing this.
Carly: You don't think he has people following me? Flight crew on the payroll to call and tip him off? He's not going to make this easy.
Jason: Do you want Sonny to stop you?
Luke: Well? Who gets Alan�s estate?
Tracy: Alan left a generous trust to Emily, but she was by no means the sole beneficiary.
Luke: Not you?
Tracy: Not me. Jason's children -- should he have them. Do you believe that idiot Alan? He left 3/4 of his entire estate, including E.L.Q. stock, to children that haven't been born yet and may never be!
Luke: Well, why are you thanking him?
Tracy: For snapping me back into reality!
Tracy: Meaning we have work to do!
Edward: I'm certain that Alan did leave everything to Emily, but formalities must be observed. Oh- and speaking of formalities, you will be appointed chief of staff to replace Alan.
Monica: Well, I expected that.
Edward: Unless you think it's too soon to take on the responsibilities --
Monica: No, no, no. Uh -- no, I want to do this. I want to do this for Alan.
Edward: Good. I'll see you back at the house.
Russell: Dr. Quartermaine?
Russell: I realize you're going to be nominated to replace your husband as chief of staff.
Monica: Yes, well, it's what he would've wanted.
Russell: Well, I'm sure it is, but what this hospital needs is a fresh perspective, someone willing to make difficult and unpopular decisions. I feel it's only fair to warn you that I've put myself up for the job.
Monica: Dr. Ford, you have only been here about a month. Granted, you have very impressive qualifications, but the position of chief of staff requires some experience, some [missing] staff, and some knowledge of what's going on here.
Russell: Point well taken. But, Dr. Quartermaine, if you want to preserve your husband's legacy, you will withdraw your name from consideration and possibly avoid what could be an unpleasant fight.
Lulu: I found a new suspect in the Rick Webber murder case.
Spinelli: Well, that's excellent. Uh -- who?
Lulu: Scott Baldwin.
Spinelli: Wait -- wait a second. Isn't he the dude that helped Webber cover up the fact that your mom accidentally killed that chick?
Lulu: Yeah, exactly. So, can you help me check him out?
Spinelli: Oh, well, totally. Your wish is my command, Blond One. What do you need?
Lulu: Well, someone was paying blackmail payments to Rick Webber, so I need you to check into Scott�s finances and also find out where he was the night Rick Webber died.
Spinelli: All will be revealed.
Lulu: And, um, I'm going to tell Milo because I think he -- and obviously Dillon already knows, so then maybe all three of us could work together --
Spinelli: Uh -- TheJackal works alone, okay? Except for Stone Cold and you, of course, brave Blond One.
Lulu: I like you a lot, but this isn't a -- you know, we can't --
Spinelli: No, it's not about that. See, just, Muscle Man is cyber-illiterate, okay, and Film Guy makes everything into a drama, and he's -- he's just got no subtlety, he's got no finesse.
Lulu: Like you have?
Spinelli: I am stealth personified. Come on, you know that. I -- I've learned it all from the master, sensei Stone Cold. Come on, come on, let me do this for you. I won't let you down.
Lulu: No, I -- I'm sure that you won�t. But Dillon�s been doing this with us the whole time and he's been great. I'm not going to --
Spinelli: Wait, have -- have you been interfacing with the film guy? Look, he's not worthy of your awesomeness.
Lulu: Um -- I have not been interfacing with anyone and I am not ready to -- yet.
Spinelli: Oh. Well -- uh -- my feelings reciprocate yours. I will lay my research at your feet as a tribute to our bond.
Lulu: Uh --
Lucky: Hey, buddy!
Lucky: Oh, my God, it's so good to see you! Hi.
Elizabeth: I was just saying that we have a surprise waiting to tell you.
Lucky: Yes, we sure do. Look at this big old house. Isn't it cool, huh? This is where I grew up when I was a kid. That's right, and you know what? There's a big, big, huge tree house in the backyard -- that you're almost old enough to use. I know, I'm getting ahead of myself.
Elizabeth: Cam, guess what -- Daddy and I are getting married.
Lucky: We're going to be a family! Oh -- you, me, Mommy, and the baby.
Carly: Okay, so Sonny didn't stop the flight, which only means he's going to try to intercept me in the Dominican Republic.
Jason: You asked him not to fight the divorce, didn't you? Right?
Carly: And you think he listens?
Carly: Jason, he tricked me into marrying him. And with everything that happened while we were hostages and after, he's not going to make this easy, okay?
Jason: Are you trying to convince me or yourself?
Carly: What are you talking about?
Jason: I'm being serious -- are you worried that Sonny won't try to stop you?
Carly: I told Sonny that our night together was a one-time thing and that I can't be married to him. He won't accept it, okay? Sonny is bound and determined for us to be a family again -- me, him, and the boys all happily ever after under one roof.
Jason: Carly, if you want to turn around and go home, now is the time to say so.
Luke: I'll get back into the law firm and rewrite the will on their computer.
Tracy: Good. Keep it simple -- small bequest to Monica, the rest to me.
Luke: Nothing for Emily? That will look suspicious.
Tracy: Fine. Um -- have Alan say that he loved Emily -- uh -- but he knew that she would be taken care of by what's-his-name -- Nikolas.
Luke: And what about Skye? He adopted her.
Tracy: Fine. Have Alan say he finally realized what a lying bitch she was. Okay, never mind. Uh -- have Alan say that he knew she would be taken care of by her baby's father.
Tracy: He loved Edward but knew that Edward has plenty of money.
Tracy: He loved Jason, but -- uh -- Jason has amassed a fortune with his criminal activities.
Tracy: Alice is help.
Luke: She's family.
Tracy: She is not family. Alan was a bleeding heart, but even he only gave her a small courtesy bequest, and that was too much. I will not have you fritter away Alan�s legacy because Alice waits on you hand and foot.
Luke: Right -- 50,000 for Alice.
Tracy: That's ridiculous, Luke.
Luke: And half a million for me.
Tracy: They'll never go for that! Alan didn't even like you! Every time he saw you piling your plate at the breakfast table or swilling Daddy's scotch, all he could do was complain about what a freeloader you are.
Luke: Alan did like me. He did. He -- uh -- he knew why I drank and he felt sorry for me.
Tracy: You are putting words in the mouth of the deceased!
Luke: Relax, wife. All the rest goes to you.
Edward: The rest of what?
Luke: Is there no privacy to be had in this house?
Edward: When you start paying some, you get some privacy. So, what underhanded scheme did I just walk in on, hmm?
Luke: Well, if you must know, I s just telling your lovely daughter that although I will always miss Laura, the rest of my love belongs solely to her. Right, cuddles?
Tracy: Right -- sweet cheeks.
Edward: Oh, please spare me the hearts and flowers. Now, this is inexcusable.
Logan: Let me.
Lulu: Uh -- wow. Okay, you could've asked. Huh.
Logan: Well, by then you would've been wearing the latte.
Lulu: I have a method, thank you. I really don't need help.
Logan: My mistake. Ahem.
Lulu: Okay, you don't need to watch.
Logan: I'm just waiting for the sugar. I didn't want to get in your way.
Lulu: You're not -- there's room for two.
Lulu: Okay, wow --
Lulu: Thanks. See what you made me do, pushing in here?
Logan: You know what? This may come as a surprise to you, but some people do actually make friends in coffee shops. Ahem -- you're welcome.
Lulu: I don't need any friends.
Maxie: How's it going?
Coop: Well, no one's stolen any hammers or nails on my watch. How about you?
Maxie: Well, you'll be happy to know I just restocked the boutique with some fabulous clothes.
Coop: And I should be happy because --
Maxie: Because there's a dress in there that's perfect for when you're going to take me out to dinner.
Coop: I'm taking you out?
Maxie: Yeah -- to show your gratitude.
Coop: I am grateful. Maxie, you saved my life -- literally.
Maxie: Well, I'm pretty sure I can think of a few ways for you to pay me back.
Lucky: Oh, my God, that was my room, and that's going to be your room!
Elizabeth: I cannot wait to paint it.
Lucky: Yeah, can we -- can we go show him the yard?
Elizabeth: Yeah, let's go.
Lucky: All right, you know what? Maybe we could put a swing set and a play area for your brother or sister, yay!
Elizabeth: All right, let's hold on.
Carly: I want my own life. And nothing's more important to Sonny than family, and he loves me and he loves the boys. And now that he has us back, he's never going to let us go again.
Elizabeth: You're going to be the best brother.
Lucky: Yes, you are. Aren't you excited about having a little baby brother or sister?
Carly: Sonny will always be a part of the boys' lives. But if I marry Jax, someone else will be raising Sonny's kids.
Lucky: We're always going to have each other, Cameron. Forever and ever, one big family.
Carly: I guess I can see why Sonny's upset. What if it were you? Could you stand being shut out of your own family?
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Man: She's here.
Carly: You think I'm being unfair? What do I do?
Jason: Do you want Jax or do you want Sonny?
Jax: I don't want you here.
Sonny: You can keep me out of your hotel, but you're not going to keep me away from my wife.
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