General Hospital Transcript Thursday 3/15/07
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Carly: Okay. Andrea, can you find Mr. Jacks for me and tell him I need to see him -- never mind.
Jax: Latest budget for the renovations. Over and above what, you know, the insurance will cover. Hey, you looking for me?
Carly: Yeah, I wanted to tell you that I have decided to go with the marble for the wine bar. So, yes, before you jump to conclusions, I will be going out to dinner with Sonny.
Nikolas: Thank you, thank you, Dimitri. Listen, I'll ring you when I can confirm my acquisition of Stockholm Global, that it's final. And could you fax me the shipping leases? I think it'll save us a lot -- what are you doing here?
Luke: So you were on the pier talking to Lulu and she got all upset about something. What was it?
Logan: Buddy, if you want to know what's got your daughter upset, why don't you try looking in the mirror?
Lulu: Tell me, or I'm going to bust it!
Spinelli: No, no -- uh -- okay, look, you're holding Pandora's Box, okay? 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: Wow, 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.
Jason: What's going on?
Lulu: Uh -- Spinelli needs to destroy what's on that computer because my brother cannot find out.
Nikolas: Hey, I thought you were spending the afternoon with your family.
Emily: Yeah -- hi.
Emily: Well, I tried. I really did. It is so sad and -- and quiet in that house right now. Nikolas, I just sat there staring at my father's chair, hoping that he'd appear.
Nikolas: I'm sorry.
Emily: Yeah. So I decided that I needed to do something cheerful and useful, and I'm here to convince you to take the rest of the day off to do it with me.
Nikolas: Do -- do what?
Emily: Well, Lucky and Elizabeth are painting their kids' rooms --
Emily: And they need our help.
Nikolas: Oh, God. Isn't that what professional painters are for? I mean, we -- we can hire a whole team to paint the entire house. We'll call it an engagement present or re-engagement present, a wedding gift -- whatever.
Emily: Oh, come on!
Nikolas: I can't do that.
Emily: What are -- it'll be fun.
Nikolas: Can't they just live with the colors that they already have? You remember the travesty it was to paint their apartment?
Emily: No, I remember that we laughed our heads off. We ate cold pizza and we had a wonderful time. Nikolas, look at me.
Emily: Things have been so tense for so long between everybody, including you and me, Lucky and Elizabeth. And we found our way back, and now they are, too. Elizabeth's glowing. Nikolas, I'm serious. Lucky finally feels like he has a future. Out of all this mess, there's some joy, and I really want to share in it.
Nikolas: Oh, okay.
Nikolas: Yes. I just need to be back by 4:00 to make a call to St. Petersburg, that's all.
Emily: Okay. Deal.
Nikolas: All right, come on.
Logan: I talked to Lulu for a total of five minutes, all right? She was fine until you showed up.
Luke: And what's your angle on my daughter?
Maxie: Hey, Logan. Hi, Luke.
Luke: Well, hello there. Oh. Maybe this answers some questions.
Spinelli: Uh -- my research was intended to, you know, awe and inspire, not create emotional distress for the Blond One.
Jason: What'd you find?
Lulu: A bunch of classified pcpd files that link Scott Baldwin to the murder of Rick Webber, and my brother could log on any time he's at work and see those files.
Jason: Well, he hasn't seen them yet. Why would he see them all of a sudden?
Lulu: Well, maybe I worry too much, but the truth about my mom being innocent and my dad having missed that could tear my family apart. So, Spinelli, I want you to go in there and delete those files so that I don't have to worry about this ever again. You got it?
Spinelli: Uh -- yeah, yeah, consider it done -- files deleted without a trace.
Lulu: Okay, good.
Spinelli: You know, Stone Cold, you were right. Lulu's words of rejection were meant for my research, um, not my heart, so I am truly in your debt.
Jason: Why don't you tell me why Lulu was lying?
Elizabeth: Honey? Which store did you get this paint from, and please tell me you kept the receipt.
Lucky: I thought you liked pink.
Elizabeth: Yeah, but this is really pink.
Lucky: It's a baby's room.
Elizabeth: But I was thinking something more like pale, creamy yellow --
Lucky: Well, you know, the mural's going to cover up most of the wall anyway.
Elizabeth: Okay, but how about something a little less gender-specific?
Lucky: You think it's a boy, don't you? Is this fact or feeling?
Elizabeth: I'm just saying that we have a 50/50 chance, and if we pick one, then it's bound to be the other.
Lucky: So you don't have a preference?
Elizabeth: I just want a healthy baby.
Lucky: Me, too. We're going to have a baby, we're going to have Cameron and a great home. It's the only thing that really matters.
Jax: Well, you know, there are other ways to get marble for the hotel besides dating Sonny.
Carly: Yeah -- because you can get it for me, right?
Jax: I -- I could phone some of the distributors in Italy, you know. I mean, we could have slabs of it shipped in from the same quarry that Michelangelo used if you want the really good-quality stuff. Or I could have my architect call around and see if there's any distributors outside of New York State, which I'm sure there are.
Carly: That's a lot of time and money for something you don't even want.
Jax: Huh. No, what I -- what I want is for you to admit that there are other options, but that you don't want to take them because you'd rather have dinner with Sonny.
Carly: Do I look like I'm happy about this?
Jax: I don't know. I just -- but at least admit e flattered by his attention.
Carly: I feel bad for Sonny because I know that on our date, there is nothing he can do to change my plans. But if sitting across a dinner table with him gives me the marble I want for a decent price without having to run to you for help, yeah, I'm satisfied.
Jax: Okay, fine.
Jax: Have dinner with Sonny, and then tomorrow you have dinner with me. (
Nurse: Dr. Scorpio, are you sure it's okay that I called you?
Robin: Mrs. Bernstein shouldn't start her drug therapy without my input.
Nurse: Good to have you back.
Robin: Oh, thank you. Ah.
Patrick: What are you doing?
Robin: Isn't it obvious? I'm trying to look super cool with my cane. You know, it's not as easy as I make it look.
Patrick: Robin, you just got out of your wheelchair.
Robin: Yes, and I caned to the car, and I caned my way from the parking lot. Me and my cane, we're inseparable here.
Patrick: So the fact that your surgeon said to take a few more days --
Robin: But he's a doctor -- what does he know? Look, I'm not going to run laps, okay? I just have to do a consult with Mrs. Bernstein in 1026, and if I can handle that, I will start working half days.
Patrick: Okay, that sounds reasonable, but I know you -- you won't stick to it. So just promise me you will go home right after.
Robin: You are so adorable and so charming and so nice, which I'm sure comes as a shock to many of us.
Robin: So I don't know how I got to be the lucky one to have the hottest doctor so in love with me. But, really, haven't you learned not to tell me what to do?
Luke: Miss Jones, apparently you have some serious problems, which are your business and not mine -- unless you start recruiting spuds like this to harass my daughter.
Maxie: I haven't --
Luke: I hope that you don't. I hope that you don't. Nice talking to you, too.
Logan: There goes father of the year.
Maxie: What just happened?
Spinelli: I'm -- I'm so late, I --
Jason: What's -- what's the hurry?
Spinelli: Uh -- dentist appointment -- just minor surgery.
Jason: Now you're lying to me. You're going to tell me what's going on here?
Spinelli: Look, I'm just, um -- I'm full of remorse, you know? I -- I created a world of pain for the Blond One, and, you know, you and I, we live in a dangerous underworld and we set our own rules, and I should've never -- I should never have dug up all the murder stuff in the first place, and, you know, what made me think that we could mess with the Blond One's -- you know, the brave but sensitive and not altogether logical head? You know, as The Jackal, you know, I need to learn that sometimes when my brilliance unearths hidden truths, I should keep them buried. Lesson learned.
Jason: I'm not going to force you to tell me what it is, okay? Just -- you need to promise me that you're going to let me know if it puts Lulu in any danger at all.
Spinelli: I promise, I promise. Uh -- you know, Lulu's right. Uh -- it'd probably be better across the board if all the forbidden files just disappear.
Elizabeth: I need to see that pattern.
Lucky: Oh -- oh, no, you don't.
Elizabeth: Oh --
Lucky: Oh, you're a brilliant artist -- you can do it from memory.
Elizabeth: I'm pregnant -- brain cells are on misfire.
Lucky: You know what? Here's one -- a pretty pony farm.
Elizabeth: Are you kidding? That is so girlie.
Lucky: Okay, how about this Victorian dollhouse?
Elizabeth: Okay, that's it, you're in trouble. And don't think because I'm pregnant I can't take you down.
Lucky: Oh, no, no --
Elizabeth: Give it to me.
Lucky: No, no --
Elizabeth: Give to me! You're such a brat!
Lucky: You can't have it, can't have it.
Lucky: Okay, don't look so shocked. You might as well get used to it, because I'm going to be kissing my baby girl's mother every chance I get.
Elizabeth: Will you stop it? If this is a boy, you're going to scar him for life.
Lulu: Just one big happy family, right?
Elizabeth: Lulu, are you okay?
Lulu: Do you even care?
Lucky: Lulu, what's wrong?
Emily: Hi. We're here.
Lucky and Elizabeth: Hey!
Emily: Cupcakes and paint shirts.
Elizabeth: Oh, cupcakes -- baking?
Emily: No, I actually got these at --
Lucky: What's wrong with you?
Lulu: Nothing. Don't worry about it.
Nikolas: All right, look -- I'm sorry. I'm hoping that you -- that you can help Lucky here. A "pink" nursery? It's a -- it's a mistake, it's a bad idea.
Lucky: Okay, this is not fair. You're ganging up on me. What did Elizabeth bribe you with?
Emily: Common sense. Pink is just so -- pink. Yeah.
Lucky: Pink. Right. Well, first off, it's a baby's room, not a nursery. Oh, I'm sorry -- you didn't recognize it because there was no nanny.
Nikolas: Oh -- no, no, no, no.
Lucky: Oh, see?
Nikolas: No casting aspersions on those of us who grew up with help. Unless -- unless you can confirm that the two of you are actually having a girl?
Lucky: That we're going to be naming Laura.
Nikolas: You need to paint the room a neutral color.
Elizabeth: Okay, Lucky's convinced we're having a girl.
Lulu: Yes, this is Lulu Spencer. I need to see her right now.
Robin: I don't need your permission to work because I can cane my way around your sexy, stubborn self.
Patrick: Oh, I'm stubborn? Who refuses to accept that I can make rice without a rice cooker?
Robin: What? You can't. Who -- who refuses to accept that, you know, your sports car will not die if you put low-octane gas in it?
Patrick: It will.
Robin: No, it won't. And I'm sorry, but I will never accept that I am more stubborn that you are.
Patrick: Okay, I got an idea. Why don't you save some of this energy for your physical therapy?
Robin: I know what you're up to.
Robin: You just want me to get better so we can have sex.
Patrick: Okay, you got me.
Russell: Dr. Scorpio? Why are you here?
Robin: Because I -- I felt better, I decided to come in for a few --
Russell: You are risking your own recovery, to say nothing of a danger you're posing to your patients.
Robin: Well, that's a little over the top, don't you think?
Patrick: Dr. Scorpio is fully capable of deciding when she's ready to get back to work.
Russell: I want you off the clock, starting now.
Robin: Whoa -- this is silly. Look, I'm off my pain meds. I'm perfectly capable of consulting with a patient.
Russell: It is not up for debate. You need to be off the premises, unless you're here for physical therapy or your own treatment.
Monica: Excuse me, Dr. Ford, but I don't believe this is your call to make. You're not Chief of Staff -- not yet, anyway.
Nikolas: Hey, what are you doing?
Lucky: Hey, do you think I can get a tax write-off if I donate five cans of pink paint to charity?
Nikolas: Um -- really? I'm sorry. Well, first off, you would need to find a charity that would actually want pink paint.
Nikolas: I'm sorry. Look, Elizabeth has her heart set on some other color -- cream or whatever -- and you need to learn that you -- you can't argue with a pregnant woman.
Lucky: Listen, do you got something against girls?
Nikolas: No, no! Look, I'm a -- I'm a proud parent of a little boy, and I can -- I can understand the virtues of a son. That's all -- that's all I'm saying.
Lucky: I would love for a little boy, but it kind of scares me.
Lucky: I mean, what if it turns out like me?
Nikolas: You -- what? Are you -- are you afraid that you'll have the relationship with him like the one you have with your own father? What?
Lucky: Listen, I don't want to worry about a little boy's Spencer genes battling with my Spencer genes. I mean, with a little girl, I can just, you know, treat her like a princess.
Nikolas: Right. Right -- until she becomes a teenager, at which point you'll pull your hair out one strand at a time.
Lucky: I don't know, I just -- you know, it'd be nice to have a daughter I can name Laura.
Nikolas: All right, well, I vote for that. In the meantime, there are walls that need to be primed -- that aren't pink.
Luke: Heads up, cowboy. My gut tells me little Miss Maxie Jones is out for revenge.
Maxie: So how did you already get into trouble with Luke Spencer?
Logan: I just met the man.
Maxie: Well, he's kind of a legend around here.
Logan: I'm not that impressed, and you shouldn't be, either. Lulu's old man had some harsh words for you.
Maxie: All of that is ancient history. I was pointlessly hung up on his son, Lucky, but Coops knows all about it.
Coop: Except for the history part.
Maxie: Look, Lucky and Elizabeth are in love with each other, okay? They're expecting a child, a real child -- not a fake one like mine -- end of story.
Logan: Yeah, right.
Coop: Hey, so what if she's still hung up on Lucky? I mean, how shallow would it be if she got over him just like that?
Maxie: Thank you, but I'm seriously trying to put all of that behind me. Luke was right about one thing -- I would love to get even with Lulu.
Carly: I don't get it. You were the one who said we were over. Why would you want to take me out to dinner, and what makes you think I would even go?
Jax: You said you and Sonny were over, and you're having dinner with him, so I thought maybe it's a trend.
Carly: Don't make this funny. It's not funny.
Jax: I know it's not funny. "Funny" is the furthest thing from my mind right now. I just don't want you trying to convince me that you're having dinner with Sonny so you can get cheap marble.
Carly: I didn't say "cheap," I said "inexpensive," and there happens to be a difference, and I'm not going to be a part of you one-upping Sonny.
Jax: What gave you that idea?
Carly: Because it's nothing but a competition for you and you know it!
Jax: Oh, you're the one who put Sonny in the middle of our relationship.
Carly: You were so much more tolerant of Sonny when we were engaged, you know that?
Jax: Well, that's because I knew where your heart was, okay? We had a commitment, and now I just don't know anymore.
Carly: And you chose to un-commit.
Jax: Yeah, well, obviously, you don't care enough about me -- about us -- to keep fighting, do you?
Carly: No, no, that's not true, and don't turn this around on me, Jax.
Lulu: Oh, sorry. Um -- I need to see Carly.
Carly: See? See? You know, sometimes there are real emergencies, real ones.
Jax: Yeah, well, at least we both know that marble isn't one of them -- you always know where you can get that.
Carly: What's going on? What's wrong?
Lulu: Okay, um, you said that Elizabeth is into Jason? How into him is she?
Elizabeth: Hi. We're in the middle of painting Cameron's room -- and -- and the baby's room at our -- at our new house -- is Lucky's old house, but now we're moving in and -- you know, we're having a hard time picking out paint colors because Lucky thinks he wants it pink, and I told him I don't think it's a good idea. He sent me out to go get brushes because he doesn't want me around those paint fumes, so --
Jason: Well, he's -- he's right about that -- you shouldn't be around the fumes. Uh, how -- how are you feeling?
Elizabeth: Good. The baby's doing really well. How are you?
Jason: You know, when I see you like this, when I see you happy, I know I did the right thing.
Robin: I'm here to consult on my patient's drug therapy. I think I can handle that.
Russell: I know all about Mrs. Bernstein's status. Any number of doctors can handle her, including Dr. Drake here.
Monica: Just a -- just a minute. Let's back up here. Where did you get the power to make these decisions?
Russell: I'm doing this for the good of the hospital -- and your career, Dr. Quartermaine.
Monica: My career?
Russell: Yes. You allow this young woman to come back to work before she's strong enough and she collapses and worse, botches a patient's treatment, it reflects badly on the hospital as an institution, and hinders any chance you have of becoming appointed Chief of Staff.
Robin: Fine, I'll leave.
Patrick and Monica: No.
Robin: No. I am not going to let Dr. Ford use me against Monica. Alan Quartermaine saved my life, and I will not undermine his wife or his work under any circumstances. So if that means letting you win this round, well, that's fine with me.
Patrick: Robin, we can --
Robin: No, no, no, it's fine. I'll just wait for my surgeon to give me the go-ahead.
Monica: Okay, you won. Are you happy about what just happened?
Russell: I regret we had to do this in public, but it was necessary.
Patrick: I'll give you "regret." You lack compassion. You know very little about people, and you don't respect the doctors that devote their lives to this hospital.
Russell: I don't remember asking your opinion, Doctor.
Patrick: Well, people like you seldom do -- I know because I was one of them, and I am grateful every single day that I'm over it.
Carly: What has Elizabeth done now?
Lulu: No, no, it was nothing. I just saw something that made me think about how Elizabeth and Jason always seem to end up connected.
Carly: Oh, I don't even want to think -- no. Just when you think it's safe, Elizabeth shows up all googly-eyed at Jason, and he's such a softie he falls for it every time. This is unbelievable to me because she's about to marry Lucky, she's getting ready to have his baby, but she can't let Jason go, can she?
Lulu: Well, and she claims that they're just friends.
Carly: Yeah, well, you know, the only saving grace to all of this is that Lucky is the father of that baby. So tell me, what exactly did you see? This is important.
Lulu: I mean, nothing. It was -- I mean, they were talking. I know -- it's -- it's stupid. I overreacted. I'm sorry. I totally wasted your time. Thank you, though.
Elizabeth: I'm sorry. I probably shouldn't be talking to you about paint colors.
Jason: It's -- it's okay. I don't mind hearing about your plans. So, did you pick a color?
Elizabeth: Yeah, we did. Cameron picked out the color of the Santa Fe train -- his choice, not mine -- and Lucky and I agreed on a creamy yellow. I'm going to do a mural for the wall, but I haven't picked out a theme yet.
Jason: Yeah, when -- it's funny, because when Michael was young, I used to read him this travel book about Africa, you know, and elephants and giraffes and lions and monkeys -- you know, kids love those animals -- and, you know, dinosaurs, of course.
Elizabeth: I like elephants and giraffes. That's a good idea. Maybe I'll do that.
Jason: Excuse me.
Carly: Jason, where are you?
Jason: I'm on the pier. Why?
Carly: Are you alone?
Jason: What do you need?
Carly: I need to see you, it's urgent.
Jason: Are you in trouble?
Carly: I'm not the one you need to worry about.
Spinelli: Hey, you get my message?
Lulu: Yeah, what are we going to do?
Maxie: When Spinelli shows up, Lulu is never far behind. He's like her own personal, love-struck information highway.
Logan: Lulu said he's the one who's got the information about Baldwin killing Rick Webber.
Maxie: Okay, well, Spinelli probably has all the information we need to blackmail Scott stored on his computer.
Logan: So how do we get it out of Spinelli?
Maxie: You leave that part up to me. I'm just going to need a little help from Coop.
Lulu: Okay, okay, maybe I am freaking out about nothing. It's totally possible that you read the G.H. file wrong. I mean, Elizabeth and Jason could've had a one-night stand, and -- and she could've thought that maybe he was the father.
Spinelli: Okay, check it out. It's in a file called "For Lulu's Eyes Only," okay? It's a paternity test -- they checked the D.N.A. Stone Cold's definitely the dad.
Lulu: Well, maybe someone tampered with the test -- it happens all the time.
Spinelli: No, it's the first thing I checked. Come on, I am, after all, The Jackal. Come on. All right, look at the -- come on, look -- look at the archive-modification date, okay? No one ever logged on to overwrite the result. I'm sorry, but, I mean, big daddy Stone Cold is definitely this baby's big daddy.
Lulu: Oh, my God, and Lucky has no idea.
Spinelli: Um -- okay -- all right, this is the only proof, okay? I mean, I could just -- I could just hit "delete," and no one will be the wiser.
Lulu: No, no, no, no, no. Don't do anything yet. I -- I don't know what to do.
Spinelli: I mean, do you -- do you want Lucky to find out?
Lulu: Well, Lucky deserves to know the truth. I mean, it would tear him up, but I -- I don't know if I should keep a secret like this. Okay -- um -- just keep the file on your computer, and -- and promise, you cannot tell anybody about this -- unless you think that someone could ck into your computer.
Spinelli: Okay, Blond One, my firewalls have firewalls. I am the king of redundant systems, no worries.
Lulu: All right, all right, thank you, Spinelli, I owe you.
Spinelli: It was my pleasure and my honor. Bye.
Maxie: It's showtime.
Robin: It's official -- I've run out of secret thinking-spots, you know them all.
Patrick: Well, I have to admit I went to the park first. I was hoping you'd skip the stairs -- not quite sure if you're ready for them yet.
Robin: I just want you to know that if it wasn't for putting Monica on the spot, I would've body-slammed Dr. Ford.
Patrick: I know you can fight your own battles, but I gave ford a little mental body-slam before I came to find you. You want to be alone?
Robin: No. Yes, I know I was shot. Yes, I know that I almost died -- as you always remind me -- but look, I'm -- I'm getting better.
Patrick: That's great. But I wish instead of caning through the bitter cold, you'd find a more stimulating course of physical therapy.
Robin: Oh, really? Well, since I am in the business of making your dreams come true, what's your fantasy?
Elizabeth: Is that food?
Emily: Yeah, it is.
Elizabeth: Oh, my God, is it Eli's?
Elizabeth: You're the best.
Emily: I went while you were gone. I took the shortcut by the pier. The way you and Jason looked, I can't help wondering if you're sure about remarrying Lucky.
Elizabeth: I care about Jason and I always will. That's all.
Emily: That's a lot.
Elizabeth: Okay, look, your brother and I helped each other out when our lives were falling apart, and I'm not going to lie to and say I don't think about what it would be like to be with him, but I realized that it wouldn't work for me -- or for him.
Emily: So you're sure about Lucky?
Elizabeth: Don't I look sure? I'm not torn or wondering if I made the right decision. My heart is with Lucky.
Emily: Okay. I'm -- I'm sorry I brought it up, Elizabeth.
Elizabeth: That's okay, it's been crazy. But you know what helps me, is knowing that we have each other.
Emily: I don't know what I would've done without you guys. Listen, I have to get to the hospital.
Elizabeth: Okay. Thanks for everything.
Emily: Yeah. I'm just so happy for you.
Elizabeth: Thank you.
Elizabeth: Okay, I love you.
Emily: Love you, too. Bye.
Lucky: What -- what, we lost Emily, too?
Elizabeth: Yep, it's just you and me.
Elizabeth: And since you compromised so well on the color of the room, I'm going to give you final approval of the mural.
Lucky: Are you sure?
Elizabeth: Mm-hmm. African animals -- you know, like elephants, giraffes, all in family groups. There are mommy giraffes and daddies and babies.
Lucky: Yeah, well, be sure to add a big brother, too.
Elizabeth: So you like it?
Lucky: I love it -- like I love you.
Lucky: Oh. And from the way she's kicking, I'd say baby loves it, too.
Jason: What's the emergency?
Carly: Okay. Lulu came to see me, and she was rattled and had tons of questions about you and Elizabeth. What's going on?
Jason: Uh -- we're friends. You know that.
Carly: Lulu wouldn't be that upset about friends, Jason.
Jason: Carly, don't -- don't --
Carly: No, Elizabeth will never make you happy, she won't. She's going to tell you all the things that are wrong with you and she's going to try and change everything.
Jason: Elizabeth is about to have a baby, she and Lucky are together and are happy, so just -- just leave it alone.
Carly: I don't to make you mad at me, but I don't want Elizabeth to use you. I'm concerned.
Jason: I -- all right. I know that you're all wound up about Jax and Sonny and you can't figure out what to do, so you're going to distract yourself by trying to run my life. Okay, you need to stop. I'm dealing with so much. You just need to stop. Okay?
Nikolas: Thank you, Dimitri. Yes, I have the paperwork, and I will try to get to St. Petersburg for the meeting with the investors. Ugh!
James: Nightmare Nikolas. Now we live or die together.
[Knock on door]
Jax: Hey. Hey, you don't look happy.
Carly: I'm worried about Jason -- and -- and not because I'm all tied up in knots over whether you and I are or aren't together, because we definitely aren't, okay?
Carly: I mean, we're not.
Carly: Either one of us, all of us. You know, it doesn't even matter, it doesn't matter. And you know what? Jason's wrong, because I am not all caught up in his life because I don't want to deal with my own. I married Sonny, all right? I married Sonny for reasons I already explained to you, and, yes, I slept with Sonny. But I was honest about that, all right? I was honest with you about that. For the first time in my life, I was honest about something. You'd think I would get points for that. And I miss you, okay, I miss you. I miss you big-time, and I am devastated that we are not together. But I made that decision. I made a decision, I'm sticking with it, and I need you to say something, please say something.
Jax: I'm at a slight disadvantage here.
Carly: No, no, you know what? If I would've lied to you about sleeping with Sonny, you would've found out eventually and you would've broken up with me. But I tell you the truth, I'm honest with you, and you break up with me anyway!
Jax: Hold on a second, you blurted that out by mistake when you opened the door and thought it was Sonny. I mean, I don't know if you were ever going to tell me that. Look, the fact is you married another man. And I know that you went through hell together, and you have this intense connection, which is a distinct disadvantage in our relationship. I mean, all we've done -- all we've done is fight since I've been back.
Carly: I mean, I guess that doesn't really matter, right? It doesn't because we're not going to be together. We've decided that. We're just going to be strictly business partners, right? Agreed?
Patrick: I've been thinking a lot lately of the many forms of physical therapy.
Patrick: Of course, there's Dr. Ford's preferred treatment -- tepid bath with Epsom salts.
Robin: Not on a bet. I want to know what Dr. Drake would prescribe.
Patrick: Hmm. Well, you haven't had any sort of exertion.
Robin: Oh -- oh, yes, this is true. It's been way too long.
Patrick: Yeah. So we have to take it very slow and easy. I want to stimulate your nerve endings, get the blood coursing through your body, because that's how injuries are healed, you know.
Patrick: I'm a doctor, I know these things.
Robin: Okay. Will you be gentle with me?
Robin: Because, you know, as you said, I -- well, let's just say it's been a while since I've been -- stimulated. And I have stitches, you know.
Patrick: Oh, yes. But stitches are my specialty. And you have been out of practice lately, so you might get a little lightheaded. You may feel a little tingly.
Patrick: At one point, you might cry out for me to stop.
Robin: Only if you do it right. Are you going to keep teasing me, or are you going to take me home?
Patrick: Let the healing begin.
Robin: Oh, what are you doing?
Maxie: Spinelli? How come you never pay any attention to me? Don't you like me?
Spinelli: Uh -- I don't think I'm your type.
Maxie: Says who? Oh, I really like your hair. How do you get it like that?
Maxie: Really? It's so cutting-edge. You know, Georgie always tells me how amazing you are.
Spinelli: She does? I mean, not that I'm surprised. I'm a flame for many a hot moth.
Maxie: Well, I think you're really smart -- like, genius smart -- and I'm just hoping if I'm ever in trouble, you'd be willing to help me out.
Spinelli: Uh -- well, The Jackal would never bail on a beautiful woman.
Coop: Uh -- Mr. Spinelli?
Spinelli: Uh -- yeah, that -- that's me.
Coop: Yeah, I work security at the Metro Court, and we found this stuff in the wreckage and we think it could be yours.
Spinelli: Oh. Oh, okay.
Coop: I need your help to itemize it.
Maxie: Oh, I'll be waiting right here.
Lucky: I just loved your idea of an animal mural for the baby room. I mean, how'd you think of it?
Elizabeth: I don't know, it just came to me.
Lucky: Well, you are the creative one. I mean, that's a good thing, because if it was left up to me, I'd probably would've just painted the room pink and left it at that.
Elizabeth: Well, you have other talents.
Lucky: Such as?
Elizabeth: Sports. You can teach the kid how to throw a ball -- or maybe not -- but you can teach him how to ride a bike, swim.
Lucky: Yeah, I can hardly wait.
Elizabeth: You're going to be a really good dad, Lucky.
Lucky: Oh, no. You've just been truly an amazing parent, Elizabeth. I just hope our baby is born with your compassion and strength. And if he -- or she -- is born with any of my good qualities and not my bad, then we'll be in great shape.
[Pounding on door]
Scott: Hey, Lucky. You got a minute?
Scott: It's about your sister, Lulu.
Lucky: Did something happen?
Scott: No, not yet, but it's about to. Lulu's life could be shattered.
Jason: Carly said you were upset about something. You want to tell me about it?
Lulu: You first. Do you know that Elizabeth is having your baby?
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
James: You're going to do exactly as I tell you.
Lulu: You knew. You're not doing Lucky any favors by not telling him the truth.
Jason: I'm trying to do what's right.
Carly: I'm going to get ready for my date with Sonny. Where are you taking me?
Sonny: Someplace very nice.
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