General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 3/14/07
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Sam: I'm sorry.
Jason: It's all right, it's all right.
Sam: I guess you caught me daydreaming.
Jason: Is this a continuation of the nightmares? What's going on?
Elizabeth: Cameron was so cute picking out the color of the room.
Lucky: Yeah, an exact match to that picture of the old Santa Fe train engine over his bed.
Elizabeth: I know. I was pretty impressed, weren't you?
Lucky: You were thinking Cam has your artistic eye.
Elizabeth: Maybe, but I cannot wait to see his little face when he sees his room all done.
Lucky: I appreciate your creative input, but you and this little precious cargo will not be around paint fumes.
Elizabeth: Hey, fine by me -- you can do all the work.
Lucky: Well, if you get bored, you can always plan a wedding.
Elizabeth: You know, Bobbie and Gram last night -- they're all over it, and they're having so much fun I don't want to keep them from it.
Elizabeth: Do you want to see the sketch I made of the mural for Cam's room?
Elizabeth: Okay. It is a train going through the countryside. Do you like it?
Lucky: Of course. You know what? We got to start planning the baby's room, too.
Elizabeth: Yeah, I know. I have a few ideas -- something fun and warm and, most of all, just welcoming.
Lucky: Oh, our baby's going to know it's welcome -- as soon as it comes into this world and sees both of its parents waiting.
Sam: I don't remember having bad dreams.
Jason: Well, you tossed and turned all night long, you even cried out a couple times.
Sam: I did? I -- I guess I'm just keyed up a little bit.
Jason: Yeah. Maybe it's a delayed reaction to the hostage crisis. You did go through a lot.
Sam: Yeah. Yeah. I mean, that makes sense.
Jason: Yeah. I thought the TV interview might actually help you because you get to talk about some stuff.
Sam: No, Jason. If anything, it just put me more on the edge.
Sam: The producer, or interviewer -- whatever she is -- Amelia, she kept on asking me these really personal questions, and I'm -- I'm a private person, Jason. The last thing I would want is all of my information all over the world for everyone to know.
Jason: I understand that, I'm the same way.
Sam: A lot's happened this year. A lot of bad stuff has happened with your father and the hostage crisis and me finding out that I can't have kids. I just -- I want to figure out a way to put all of the bad stuff behind us and just focus on a -- a happier future.
Jason: Is there something wrong with your wrist?
[Knock on door]
Stan: It's Stan.
Jason: Come on in.
Stan: Oh -- uh -- all right.
Sam: I'm going to go. I'm going to leave you guys do what you need to do. Um -- I'm going to go check out the hotel, see how it's coming along.
Sam: Hey, Stan.
Logan: You are just a wealth of information, aren't you?
Maxie: Well, I'm the police commissioner's daughter, which means I hear a bunch of stuff I'm not supposed to.
Logan: Well, I like your style.
Logan: Enlighten me further.
Maxie: Okay. Here's the official story. Laura was about to remarry her ex-husband Luke, so she goes into my family's attic to get her wedding dress. While she's up there, she gets hit with a ton of memories about killing some woman she caught getting busy with her stepfather, Rick Webber, in the attic years before. Laura freaks out -- I mean, I wasn't there, but that's a safe assumption -- and who should walk in but Rick Webber himself. Laura's obviously upset, so he tries to talk to her, but words are not enough, so he pulls out a needle. Did I mention Rick Webber was a doctor?
Maxie: He tries to dose her. Laura flips into next week because she thinks Rick's trying to kill her, so she picks up a candlestick and -- pow -- hits him right over the head.
Logan: Wait -- all right. The blackmail would be based upon the theory that Scott Baldwin killed Webber.
Maxie: I told you that's the official story. What really must've happened is that Scott was there, too. I mean, he had to have followed Laura. I would not put stalker behavior past that man. I mean, he -- he walks in on the struggle, gets in the middle of the fight and kills Rick Webber -- accidentally or on purpose.
Logan: Hmm. Baldwin's just got to be choking on guilt. I mean, he leaves the woman he loves alone to take the rap for murder? The guy completely deserves to pay.
Lulu: You're not helping your case by trying to turn this around on my father. In fact, it proves that you're a liar, because I know my dad. And, yes, he has flaws and -- and he may not be a prize father, but he loved my mother more than life, more than I have ever seen or imagined another person loving someone. So if you have something specific to offer that you can back up with proof, you can shut your mouth about my dad.
Scott: Well, that's some impassioned speech there.
Lulu: Yeah, well, my dad inspires love and loyalty. Can you say the same?
Scott: I could once. You know what? Listening to you defend the people that you love -- you remind me so much of your mother. And to hurt you -- that would be like hurting her, and I can't do that.
Lulu: Like I thought, you have nothing. So do me another favor and don't talk to me about my mother, either.
Sonny: Thanks for the invitation. We can discuss the transaction over dinner.
Carly: Stop twisting this around.
Sonny: No, you said you wanted to go out.
Carly: No, no, I did not ask you out, okay?
Carly: I have no desire to have dinner with you and you can't trick me into it. How gullible do you think I am?
Sonny: You're the smartest woman I know. And as far as tricks, I'm not -- I'm not playing tricks here. I just want equal time. I mean, Jax gets to do business with -- speaking of Jax -- I just want you to know I'm also in charge of labor contract negotiations for your maintenance personnel.
Sonny: Just --
Carly: Sonny --
Sonny: Letting you know that. Yeah?
Carly: This is --
Jax: It's desperation, that's what it is. It's a last-ditch effort to push your buttons, because he knows anger is the only emotional response he can get out of you.
Sonny: "Last-ditch effort"? I'm just getting started. And just for the record, I just want both of you to know that I'm being open and honest about my intentions.
Jason: Hey, you just got a -- some kind of instant message about finalizing a contract -- overseas marble and stone supplier?
Stan: Yeah, yeah, it's just -- it's just for Sonny. This -- um -- nothing.
Jason: Since when are we interested in marble and stone?
Stan: Well, you know the boss -- he just likes to keep his interests diversified, that's all.
Jason: Um -- you know you're not telling me something, so what is it?
Stan: Come on, come on, don't -- don't do this to me. Don't -- don't put me on the spot, man. Let me just --
Jason: Stan, what is it?
Stan: Fine. Look, Sonny bought the company because Carly wanted to do some stonework to the hotel.
Sonny: I got six months, give or take, I guess, to convince you to stay married to me.
Carly: You can't force me to stay married to you any more than you can blackmail me into spending time with you.
Sonny: Does that mean you don't want the marble?
Carly: I'll get it from another source.
Sonny: Well, I don't know if you heard, but I got the supply pretty much locked down. But, hey, you know what? If -- you can go ahead and explore other options and waste your time.
Jax: You don't -- you don't need the marble, Carly, okay? You're stubborn, and that's what he's counting on, so don't give him the satisfaction of falling into his trap. You don't need the stone, just walk away.
Sonny: I will give you whatever you need -- I'll be very happy to -- if you have dinner with me.
Carly: Right, and then you'll invite the boys, and we'll have this big family dinner -- it'll tug at my heartstrings --
Sonny: Why --
Carly: And you will use our children --
Carly: To further your agenda. Yes, you will.
Sonny: Why do you keep giving me ulterior motives? I'm not going to use Michael and Morgan. My cards are on the table. I want to stay married to you. I -- I've told you that a lot now. You know it. I just -- I just want to manage some time together.
Carly: No, no, you know what? If you do not give me the marble, I will sue you.
Sonny: You're going to sue me?
Carly: I'm going to sue you. I'm going to sue you for unfair monopoly or something. Now, go, go, get out of my office.
Sonny: Okay. If that's how you want it.
Jax: You know, that's a nice change -- you know, seeing you stand up to him.
Carly: Don't patronize me.
Jax: I'm sorry?
Carly: Don't patronize me. You wanted me to throw Sonny out of my office for reasons that have nothing to do with me.
Carly: Yes, you got your own way, and you nixed my idea.
Jax: I wanted you to throw Sonny out because he was manipulating you.
Carly: Which means you're policing my life again, so here's an idea -- you get out of my office, too!
Patrick: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. What are you doing?
Robin: Technically, that's breaking and entering. You might want to think about knocking next time.
Patrick: I can't help but notice, but you're hard at work. You're supposed to be recovering.
Robin: I'm just doing research. I happen to enjoy doing research. It actually relaxes me. What doesn't relax me is someone hovering over me. That makes me want to run screaming out of the house, which would possibly make me pop my stitches, I'd have to get another surgery, I'd need more time to recuperate -- it would just be one vicious cycle.
Patrick: Okay, is that your not-so-subtle way of telling me to get out of here?
Robin: I'm just trying to change the subject. Look, you can tell me that you love me, you can tell me that you think I'm sexy, you can tell me that I'm an annoying control freak, but, please, do not tell me to rest or take it easy. Because I can think of much better ways to spend our time.
Coop: Hey -- whoa, whoa. Watch out with that, now.
Maxie: Okay, not that you're a talkaholic by any stretch, but you've been especially quiet since Logan left. And I can't help but think that you think I'm an awful person for suggesting that we blackmail Scott Baldwin. Now, I don't need to tell you that we live in a material world, and I understand that "money does not buy happiness," but sometimes it's nice to have a few nice things when you're feeling empty.
Coop: I don't know Scott Baldwin, I don't much care what happens to him, all right? Maybe he deserves payback. But the person I'm worried about is you.
Coop: I -- now, don't get me wrong, Logan is a great buddy, and I trust him with my life. But he is quick to see an angle and quick to work it.
Maxie: No, no, no, you're going to have to give me an example.
Coop: All right, Iraq -- you know, basically, a place where nobody has anything anymore. All right, there's a booming black market for you-name-it. Guess who was right in the middle.
Maxie: Sounds like Logan was enterprising, and you have to give him props for that, right?
Coop: Logan just doesn't want to get rich. He's wired by anger about something.
Maxie: I would imagine the war could do that to a person.
Coop: All right, Logan was an amazing soldier. You know, he should've made corporal, even sergeant. But you don't get promoted for punching out superiors.
Maxie: So you're saying Logan is an edgy bad boy? Aw, Coop -- are you worried I'm going to end up more attracted to him than you?
Coop: No, I don't think you know how much trouble he could be.
Logan: Oh, it must be fate.
Lulu: More like my usual bad luck. Excuse me.
Logan: And that looks like a nasty mood. What's causing it?
Lulu: None of your business.
Logan: Always so uptight and sour. It doesn't fit with a happy little name like Lulu.
Lulu: How do you know my name?
Logan: I'll tell you my secret if you tell me yours.
Lulu: Okay, look, I don't know you, and I am not looking to make any new friends -- I already have enough trouble with the people I already know. So if you could please just disappear, that --
Logan: Well -- wait, I think you misunderstood me, all right? I'm not trying to hit on you. I just didn't like the way that creepy old guy was hassling you the other day at the coffee shop.
Lulu: Scott Baldwin -- that's how you know my name.
Logan: Yeah, he said something about being friends with your mother.
Lulu: Scott Baldwin is a scum-sucking liar and he's not a friend of my --
Luke: Hi, hon. What's up?
Amelia: Excuse me. My name's Amelia Joffe. I'm a news reporter --
Max: Yeah, you were doing an interview with Sam McCall -- we saw.
Amelia: Well, I love a man who's well-informed. I'm in the process of following up. Were either of you here for the hostage crisis?
Max: I was.
Coop: So was Maxie Jones.
Amelia: You're good camera candy. Any chance you were around?
Coop: Uh -- it happened before I got to town.
Amelia: Hmm. Pity. Think you could spare a few moments later?
Max: I could probably make myself available.
Amelia: Excellent. I'll check back with you.
Amelia: Care if I ask you a few questions?
Amelia: I'm following up on a story my show is doing on Sam McCall and the hostage situation.
Maxie: Well, I was separated from the group for most of it, but Sam was definitely brave, and the leader guy -- Mr. Craig -- he was seriously scary.
Amelia: I detect a spark of admiration for Ms. McCall.
Maxie: Well, Sam was a hero, but I would also consider her a friend.
Amelia: Oh, then you're the perfect person to talk to. What else can you tell me about Sam?
Sam: Excuse me? Amelia? Why are you here poking around in my life?
Lucky: I'm going to go out, get a trim brush and more painter's tape. But while I'm gone, you can figure out where this should go in Cameron�s room.
Elizabeth: What? What is this?
Elizabeth: Oh, my goodness. Where did you find this? He's going to love it.
Lucky: Well, I found it near the old boxcar. You remember?
Elizabeth: How could I forget? I got my life back in that boxcar with you. It was our home.
Lucky: And you made some amazing murals.
Elizabeth: And I loved you more than anything.
Lucky: Like I love you now -- still do.
Emily: Congratulations, soon-to-be groom! I am so excited about the wedding! Congratulations!
Elizabeth: Aw --
Lucky: Yeah, that makes two of us. Hey, you ladies carry on. I'm going to go out and get some more stuff, so --
Lucky: I won't be long.
Emily: So, are we excited yet?
Elizabeth: Enough about us. How are you?
Emily: Um -- missing my dad every minute, wandering around in this haze, and then Nikolas walks into the room and everything makes a little more sense. It's pretty incredible when you finally figure out where you really belong.
Jax: Trust me, the last thing I want to do is police you. There's no payoff. I'm just amazing how -- how easily you let Sonny manipulate you.
Carly: I didn't invite Sonny here. I didn't have anything to do with him buying the entire marble market, and I had nothing to do with him taking over the maintenance unions.
Jax: Yes, but you slept with him.
Carly: "I slept with him." Yeah, I slept with him. So we're back to that?
Jax: "That" is what started this latest round in this never-ending cycle that you insist on perpetuating with Sonny. You seem to enjoy it as much as he does.
Carly: That's not true.
Jax: Really? Come on, admit it -- you're actually flattered that he's paying attention to you.
Carly: I wanted to marry you, just like we had planned, and you blew me off. And now Sonny is stepping up ready and willing to fight for me. And you're having second thoughts about me now, so why don't you admit to that?
Spinelli: Mr. Corinthos, sir, I -- I pulled up an awesome lead for a midnight shipment for evil Al.
Sonny: Yeah, Stan already pegged it.
Spinelli: Oh. Oh, Stone Cold, look, you got to help me, okay? I know I can find tools for further domination by Mr. Corinthos, sir, but if you can just convince him to let me back in the mainframe?
Jason: Not now, okay?
Sonny: Has Stan found anything new to undermine Alcazar?
Jason: He's -- he's working on it.
Jason: So I hear all of a sudden we own a marble and stone company.
Sonny: It's a great investment.
Jason: Yeah, well, I want to buy you out of it.
Jason: So you stop playing games with Carly.
Luke: Well, don't both speak at once.
Lulu: I barely know him.
Logan: You must be Lulu's father. It's nice to meet you. Finally, someone to thank me in person.
Luke: What for?
Logan: I ran interference yesterday between her and this creepy, scruffy, old dude pushing the retirement envelope at the coffee shop. He was harassing her about her mom.
Luke: Baldwin again. What am I going to have to do to keep him away from you?
Lulu: Okay, Dad, don't go off for no reason. He just -- we ran into each other -- it happens when people live in the same town. And I tried to avoid him like you said, but he just stopped and said hi.
Luke: And how did your mother get into this innocuous conversation?
Lulu: He just asked about her. It's not a big deal.
Logan: Then why were you so upset?
Lulu: Would you mind your own business?
Logan: I was trying to help.
Lulu: Well, don't, okay? It's been a lousy year already, and you are not making it any better.
Sonny: I thought you were past telling people what to do, what not to do with their lives.
Jason: Come on, Sonny, that's not what I'm doing, okay? You -- you love Carly, you want her back, that's fine.
Jason: Go after her. Just stop playing games.
Sonny: You got something against marble?
Jason: This is not about marble and you know it. You're not being fair. You're manipulating Carly to -- to get her to stay. Shouldn't she want to stay married to you?
Sonny: Okay, let me ask you --
Sonny: You think it's really wrong of me to want my family back, my wife back, my life back?
Jason: No, no, no. You want her, that's fine. She's obviously having similar thoughts, okay? What I'm doing is warning you that if you keep putting pressure on Carly, you know that she can blow and do something that everybody is going to regret.
Carly: I swore off men, but I didn't stick to my guns, and you sucked me back into this whole love thing, and now everything's a mess -- everything is a mess, Jax!
Jax: I fail to see how that's my fault, because all I did was leave town to save my brother's life -- with your blessing, I might add -- and I come back and this "mess" is already in place, thanks to you and Sonny.
Carly: I told you why I married Sonny and I told you why I slept with Sonny.
Jax: And I told you that I won't be the thing that amuses you in between your reconciliations with your one true love.
Carly: I'm not going back to Sonny!
Jax: Well, good. Then you won't be dating him for marble.
Carly: You don't get a say. We're over, remember? That was your choice. So if my design concept is something great for this hotel, I'm going to do whatever it takes to get what I want.
[Knock on door]
Lulu: Spinelli, it's me.
Lulu: So, remember all that circumstantial proof that Scott killed Rick Webber? I -- the parking ticket, the -- the bank records -- I want it gone, and I am not leaving until I watch it disappear.
Spinelli: Whoa -- oh, okay, it's, uh, not that simple because we kind of have to -- there's a long investigative trail that has to disappear, too, you know?
Lulu: Oh, fine, just do it, I don't care. I'm not leaving until every shred of evidence is gone.
Spinelli: Okay, are you sure? I mean, you know, you -- well, we put in a lot of effort trying to build that case against Baldwin.
Lulu: Okay, well, you -- you mention Scott's name and my dad's eyes go bloody, and -- and if he realizes that Scott's part of the reason why my mom went crazy -- I can't even -- I can't think about that. That's --
Spinelli: Okay, look, as much as I want to please my tawny temptress -- uh -- I am waging my own war for my honor right now, so I don't really have time.
Lulu: What are you talking about?
Spinelli: I have to prove to Stone Cold and Mr. Corinthos, sir that I can run cybercircles around Che 9000, and that kind of needs to take a priority.
Lulu: How are you going to do that?
Spinelli: I'm not sure. Uh, just kind of keep digging into Stone Cold's world and hope that something unearths itself that proves me worthy.
Lulu: Uh, well -- wait, what if you find something that Jason doesn't want you to find?
Amelia: Forgive my tenacity -- it's the producer's curse. I just happen to think that you deserve a little more exposure.
Maxie: Grab your 15 minutes and go with it -- I would.
Sam: Look, it's just when I agreed to do the interview, I thought it was a one-shot deal. It never really occurred to me that you were going to turn it into some big, investigative report.
Amelia: I guess I can see how it'd be a little disconcerting, considering your past and all.
Maxie: She actually called you "camera candy." Can you believe that? I mean, you know what that means, right? It's like TV lingo for "hot."
Coop: I'm glad you're amused.
Maxie: Aren't you?
Coop: No. Big guy over there thinks he knows me from somewhere.
Maxie: You need to relax, okay? We were in the vault for most of the hostage crisis. Besides, you were wearing a ski mask. There's no way Max would recognize you.
Coop: I've been thinking about how innocent people get caught up in things that they never counted on -- like armed robbery, war.
Maxie: Blackmail? You're funny.
Coop: How so?
Maxie: Well, you help some international psycho hold a lobby full of people hostage, and you have a problem with my teeny little plan to squeeze some cash out of Scott Baldwin and blame it on Lulu. Now, let me put your mind at ease. Lulu's no innocent, she's been a real bitch to me, and she's not in any trouble from Scott. And as for Logan, I've never been afraid of a few sharp edges, especially not when I have a hunky piece of camera candy who's watching over me.
Lulu: This should be a happy time for my family -- Emily and Nikolas are back together, and Spencer is where he belongs, and Lucky and Elizabeth -- they're getting remarried and they have a baby on the way and -- and my dad is actually a lot calmer than he's been in a long time, and now I have the power to blow it all to hell. I mean, I think that my mom told me that she was innocent because she gave me something to focus on, you know? Like, she wanted to occupy my mind and my time after she was gone and -- I mean, even though she remembered that she was innocent, I don't think she could've actually remembered that Scott killed Rick. I mean, my mom knows better than anyone that my dad hates Scott, so why would she want to open that can of worms? Oh, Sonny is right -- maybe it is just better to leave things unsaid.
Spinelli: Holy Toledo!
Lulu: Did you seriously just say "Holy Toledo"? What? What is it?
Spinelli: Um -- uh -- uh -- you were right. Um -- I think I just unearthed something that I was not supposed to find.
Sam: What do you think you know about my past?
Amelia: Well, we background-check the people we interview. You have a police record -- fraud mostly -- and you've been rather elusive -- lots of addresses, not too much time spent anywhere.
Sam: Okay, so, I -- I see. The real reason you're here is because you found all this out, and now you want to pull the interview before it airs, right?
Amelia: Absolutely not. I mean, come on, it's the 21st century -- who doesn't have a few unfortunate incidents in their past? Actually, I'm thinking that if this spot grabs the kind of ratings I anticipate, I'd like you to do a series for us. And as for your past, I'll make sure that's never an issue.
Coop: I'm sorry if I overreacted. Training habits die hard, especially the kind to save your life. I didn't scare you, did I?
Maxie: I've never felt safer in my life.
Max: Stan, it's Max. Come by the hotel as soon as you can. It could be important. Bye.
Patrick: Maybe I should reconsider being a doctor.
Robin: Any particular reason?
Patrick: Yeah -- stress, responsibility --
Patrick: Hours are terrible.
Robin: Oh, yeah? Since when?
Patrick: Since I have to be at the hospital in 15 minutes and I don't want to leave you. And that's not hovering, by the way, that's just pure, unadulterated selfishness. I'd rather be with you here than any place in the world.
Robin: Wait, you say that now, but the next time you get paged to O.R., you'll be showing off all of your amazing surgical skills, and I won't even be a memory.
Patrick: So I'm an egomaniac?
Robin: No, you're just in love with your own brilliance -- but that's fine because I'm in love with it, too. Your brilliance saved my life.
Patrick: I'm calling in sick.
Robin: No -- no, you're not.
Patrick: Then I'm telling them that you took a turn for the worse.
Robin: Oh, thanks -- blame it on me.
Patrick: Then I'll tell them I couldn't tear myself away from you.
Robin: Look, I'll make you a deal, okay? You go to the hospital and work very hard saving lives. I will table the medical research for now, and I will also find a place for us to go on vacation.
Patrick: That's bribery.
Robin: Is it working?
Patrick: Like a charm. How about the Caribbean?
Robin: South Pacific.
Patrick: You live to contradict me, don't you?
Robin: You love it.
Patrick: You're right. I love you. Be good.
Emily: I was shocked when I heard that you and Lucky were moving in together and getting married.
Emily: I don't know. It just seemed to come out of nowhere.
Elizabeth: Well, after Lucky stopped pushing me for reconciliation and stopped objectifying me as a symbol of his recovery, I could see the man I've always loved.
Emily: Well, however it happened, I'm so happy for all four of you.
Emily: You and Lucky belong together. Cam's going to have a solid home life, and that little baby is going to be spoiled rotten by both of his parents. And so, win-win situation all the way around. Huh.
Emily: Except for Luke. How's he taking to being a grandpa?
Elizabeth: Oh --
Elizabeth: Please. He's still getting the hang of being a father, so we try not to mention it too much.
Emily: Yeah, my dad really got into it. Even though he didn't have that much contact with Michael, he enjoyed that kid so much. And Dad was really hoping that Jason would have a child one day.
Elizabeth: How is Jason handling Alan�s death?
Emily: Well, it's harder for him because he keeps everything inside. It's pretty clear that he's feeling a huge sense of loss, but he won't talk about it.
Jason: It's not about choosing sides.
Jason: You know, Carly or you is going to do whatever you want to do anyway. I'm just saying that there are kids involved, okay? You just -- just be fair to everybody, please.
Sonny: You cannot possibly understand where I'm coming from because you have no children. I'm not going to be squeezed out my boys' life because it doesn't work out with Jax, and, believe me, I know it's not. And who knows what kind of guy is going to come into Carly's life, trying to raise my children? Tell them what to do, what not to do? Would you stand there and wait for something like that to happen if you were me?
Carly: Hey. Jason, I need to talk to Sonny.
Jason: Be my guest.
Carly: Where are you taking me for dinner?
Carly: I want the marble for my hotel bar, so this is how it's going to be. I will wear your favorite dress, and we can go anywhere you want -- we can even go to no name if you want to fool yourself into thinking this is just like old times. You can pick the wine, the meal, the dessert -- you can even have the piano player play our favorite song. But by the end of the night, I still won't be in love.
Sonny: Well, it's a little too late for denial since you already admitted you love me when we were being held hostage.
Carly: Declarations made under extreme circumstances do not count.
Carly: And besides, what men don't understand is women can love without being in love.
Carly: And I can think you're a good person and see all the great things about you without wanting to be your wife. So if you think I've changed my mind about divorcing you, I haven't, and if anything, this latest stunt of yours has strengthened my resolve. So are we clear?
Sonny: I am -- you're lying to both of us, especially to yourself. See, you have a pattern of your own -- the harder you fight for something, the more I'm getting to you. So, here's the deal. Have dinner with me, get your marble, and I'm sure, eventually, you'll give me what I need in return.
Elizabeth: But we're not even close to running out of paint.
Lucky: Oh, I thought we'd get a jump on the baby's room, too.
Elizabeth: You bought pink?
Lucky: Okay, I keep getting the feeling that the baby's going to be a girl.
Elizabeth: Oh, that's because that's what you want, right -- a little daddy's girl so she can wrap you around her finger?
Lucky: Girls are easier.
Elizabeth: Oh -- spoken like a true boy.
Lucky: Okay, if I'm right, will you still consider naming our daughter Laura?
Luke: Can I get some coffee to go, please? Well. We meet again.
Logan: Huh. Look, bud, I don't want any trouble.
Luke: Neither do I. My daughter seemed awfully anxious to get away from you. What's that about?
Maxie: Quitting time.
Coop: Oh, not a moment too soon. I don't like the way Max is staring at me.
Maxie: Okay, don't go looking for trouble. There's no way Max recognizes you. The only person here who knows how we really met is me -- and by the way, I'm really glad we did.
Max: The guy just started working security. He did time in Iraq and he claims to be new in town. There's just something familiar about him.
Stan: All right, well, tell you what -- I'll do a background check, see what I can find.
Max: All right, thanks.
Sam: Wow. I -- I mean, I -- I suppose I should be flattered, but I -- I am no actress by any stretch.
Amelia: Oh, we're not talking about acting, you just be yourself -- hosting a weekly segment about being prepared for disaster -- a natural or otherwise.
Sam: You know, I -- I appreciate the offer, but I really don't think that I would be comfortable with that kind of attention.
Amelia: Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. I mean, not only would you be really good, but you'd also be performing a public service. I mean, people need role models these days, and I thought it'd be fun to work with you.
Sam: Yeah, I -- um -- I appreciate the offer, but no, sorry.
Amelia: Well, if you change your mind, the offer's open.
Jax: You know, I agree with her. You'd be great on a show like that, you know? Besides, it would beat, you know, working behind the front desk.
Sam: Yes, I know, Jax, but come on. We both know my boyfriend's life isn't geared for me to have a high profile.
Jax: Wow. Well, it's a shame you have to keep your life so small because of Jason.
Sam: I'm not just talking about him. Come on, we both know my -- my background isn't squeaky-clean.
Jax: I know your background. It doesn't remotely compare to the kind of violence that Jason faces every day.
Lulu: So, what'd you find?
Spinelli: Uh -- come on. Does Stone Cold know already? No, no -- but he must know something. It's not like he wasn't there --
Lulu: What are you talking about?
Spinelli: Uh -- God, but if he doesn't know and I tell him, it could get really, really unpleasant.
Lulu: Wait, is this about Sonny, or is it Sam?
Spinelli: No, no, no, trust me, you don't want to know, and I don't want you to know -- no --
Lulu: Tell me, or I'm going to bust it.
Spinelli: Don't -- uh -- okay, look, you're holding Pandora�s Box, okay? You remember last time when you -- okay, okay, okay! I'll tell you. Why are you like this -- it's kind of hot -- okay, but I'll show you. Um -- all right, I designed a -- a search engine to search through any mainframe to find any reference to Stone Cold, okay, and I tested it on G.H.'s computer, and now I wish I hadn�t.
Lulu: Well, this sounds serious.
Spinelli: Yeah. Um -- one of the references that came up was a paternity test. Okay -- um -- look, I'm sorry, blond one, but Elizabeth�s baby is not your niece or your nephew.
Lulu: Yeah -- Lucky is my brother.
Spinelli: No, no, that's just it. Um -- it pains me to say this, but, um, Stone Cold cheated on our Sam, and the result -- Elizabeth�s baby is a -- a Stone-Cold special.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Nikolas: I'll call you on Monday, yes.
Logan: Lulu was fine until you showed up.
Maxie: Hi, Luke.
Jax: You're looking for me?
Carly: Yeah -- I will be going out to dinner with Sonny.
Jason: You're upset about something -- want to tell me about it?
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