General Hospital Transcript Thursday 3/22/07
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Nikolas: Yes, that's exactly what I need. Thank you. Please encrypt and email the records. Yes, thank you. I appreciate your discretion.
James: Well, it seems our contacts in mother Russia were more helpful than I'd hoped.
Nikolas: He found background on twin boys from a village outside of Moscow. They'd be about your age by now if they were alive. You have a choice -- assume either identity.
James: See? It wasn't that difficult. Soon it'll be easy, as well, after a tedious initial resistance. You'll be introducing me to all your business associates, your friends, your family --
Nikolas: You leave my family alone.
Nikolas: Come in.
Lucky: Hey, this is my wedding day, and I need my brother beside me.
Maxie: Aw. I thought you'd be at home getting ready for the big wedding. Is the house already overrun with people congratulating Lucky for groveling his way back into Elizabeth's good graces?
Lulu: Wow. Shut up, Maxie. You know less than zero about my brother or his relationship with Elizabeth.
Maxie: Wrong. I'm actually the only person who hasn't lied to Lucky about this ridiculous marriage. Maybe I should find him and remind --
Lulu: Maybe you're going to have to go through me first.
Carly: Good, you're here. I need to talk to you.
Jason: No, no, no, don't talk to me about Jax or Sonny anymore, please.
Carly: Oh, I'm sorry, I'm giving you a headache. If it makes you feel any better, I'm giving myself a headache -- but that's not what this is about. It's not. I have to ask you a really big favor, one that you're really going to hate. But you have to say yes because I already told my mother I would go through with it and I need an escort, so will you please escort me to Lucky and Elizabeth's wedding?
Elizabeth's voice: Jason, Lucky's not the father of this baby. You are.
Jason: I told you I would marry you. I meant it.
[Knock on door]
Elizabeth: Come in.
Emily: Hi. Elizabeth. Look, if you don't want to do this, now is the time to back out.
[Knock on door]
Robin: Hold on.
Robin: Why boxes?
Patrick: I'm here to pack you up so you can move back home.
Robin: But I thought we were meeting for lunch -- a sexy lunch.
Patrick: Well, we can do both -- it's called "multitasking."
Robin: Hold on, did I miss something? Who said that I was moving back in with you?
Patrick: Well, Kelly and Lainey's isn't an option -- they turned your room into an office -- and -- hold on, let me grab a pen here -- your uncle and your cousins' house was never meant to be permanent. Now that you're up and back to work, it's time to start life again. And why would you want to fight Maxie and Georgie for the shower every morning when mine is ready and waiting with an extra, added bonus -- me?
Robin: Well, thank you, but I would rather sleep in the street than move back in with you.
Lucky: When I leave a message for my brother to confirm he's still my best man, I expect a call back.
Nikolas: I haven't even checked my messages, okay? I'm in the middle of a business deal right now and -- and I'm sorry. Unfortunately, it has the potential of going really bad really quickly and it requires my immediate attention.
Lucky: "A business deal"?
Lucky: Listen, I spoke to Emily last night, she said she hadn't even heard from you. What, you can't seriously consider bailing on my wedding?
Nikolas: Look, I'm sorry, half the company's future is riding on this one deal.
Lucky: 20 minutes for me and Elizabeth -- that's not too much to ask.
Nikolas: 20 minutes might not seem like a lot to you, but it's all it takes to blow a hole right through Cassadine Industries and I can't let that happen. It -- it's my son's legacy, Lucky.
Lucky: You know what? This isn't like you, all right? Neither was that outburst at Emily last night. Is something else going on?
Nikolas: Stop -- stop being a cop. Look, I'm sorry, I can't -- I'm sorry.
Lucky: Okay, all right, you know what? Fine, we'll save a seat for you just in case.
James: This won't do at all, Mr. Cassadine. Did you hear your brother? "That man, Nikolas, is not himself." And if that dumb flatfoot can see it, everyone else can see it, which is probably what you're hoping. Let me assure you, you'll be long dead before your friends and family can connect the dots from me to you. Is that understood?
Emily: Don't feel like you have to protect anyone, Elizabeth, by going through with this wedding, okay? Not Lucky, not even the baby.
Elizabeth: It's not that I don't want to marry Lucky, it's -- Em, I can't explain it.
Emily: Look, it's understandable if you got swept away after the hostage crisis if the aftermath of -- of such an emotional event caused you to reunite with Lucky before you were completely ready, and if now there's -- there's too much momentum to stop. But if it doesn't feel right, it would be better for everyone if you just said so.
Elizabeth: After all the fighting and the struggle and -- and the divorce, to get Lucky's hopes up and then bail on him on his wedding day would be beyond cruel. And wrong for me, because I love him, and -- and after what Lucky's been through, he's going to be an even better husband than he was before. I mean, children couldn't ask for a more amazing father. I'm just nervous. It's typical prewedding jitters, that's all.
Emily: Are you sure?
Elizabeth: I am so sure -- and incredibly grateful that Lucky and I have been given a second chance. I have no regrets about today. Not one.
Jason: Uh -- no. I -- I am the last person who should be at Lucky and Elizabeth's wedding.
Carly: Lucky doesn't know you slept with Elizabeth.
Jason: Carly, please --
Carly: No, he should be grateful, he should want you there. You saved Elizabeth and the baby when the Metro Court exploded.
Jason: I'm going to be uncomfortable, it's going to make Elizabeth uncomfortable, it's going to be weird. The whole thing is just --
Carly: Come on, please! Please, please, please, please! You know I don't like Elizabeth, and being around Luke always puts me on edge. I don't want to say something stupid or do something stupid that causes a big family fight. I don't what to do that. I don't want to upset my mother, I don't want to upset Lulu. Please.
Jason: You're worried about Lulu?
Carly: Yes, I'm worried about Lulu.
Carly: Well, because she's trying to prove that her mother didn't kill Rick Webber, and, you know, she came to my office freaking out about something with you and Elizabeth. You going to tell me that had nothing to do with you and Elizabeth?
Jason: Okay, you know what? That's none of your business. Let's go, come on. Thank you.
Carly: No, wait -- let me tell you something. Lulu is my cousin, okay, and I see a lot of myself in her, and she doesn't have anyone like you in her life to make her count to 10. So if she has a problem with Lucky and Elizabeth getting married, I don't want there to be a huge Spencer fight and it all to fall down on her head. So I'm going to go to the wedding, and I would really, really, really like for you to go with me for moral support, please!
Jason: Carly -- but I don't know, I don't know. I'll think about it, all right?
Carly: Jason, thanks!
Jason: Okay --
Carly: The wedding's at 2:00 and you have to wear a suit.
Maxie: See, I love that you slapped me, because it proves how scared you are that this wedding could easily fall apart.
Lulu: Huh. Well, if I lie and say that you're right, will you turn the other cheek so I can slap that one, too?
Maxie: Maybe I'll go see Lucky and remind him of what people like you are hoping he's too blind to see -- the inconvenient truth that Elizabeth doesn't love him anymore.
Lulu: Oh --
Maxie: She really only took him back because everyone pressured her to, and, of course, because it would compromise her halo if she wasn't married to her baby's daddy by the time it was born.
Lulu: Will you please go get hit by a bus?
Maxie: You claim to love your brother so much. Don't you think he deserves to be with a woman who's not marrying him to keep her title as long-suffering angel of Port Charles?
Spinelli: Ease up, mouthy one. Leave Lulu alone.
Maxie: Oh, I was just trying to make conversation.
Maxie: But I will be on my merry way.
Lulu: Oh, just make sure your merry way doesn't cross paths with my brother.
Maxie: Never can tell.
Spinelli: Girl could use a decent yoga class.
Lulu: Oh, I hate Maxie -- she is more right than she realizes. How am I going to let my brother get married based on a lie?
Spinelli: Lulu, slow down. Come on, you -- you know why --
Lulu: Yes, I know -- I know all the reasons why I'm supposed to keep Elizabeth's secret, but I also know myself, and when I see my brother promising to love that betrayer till the end of time, I'm not going to be able to sit there and watch. I'm going to have to tell Lucky the truth that Elizabeth is pregnant with Jason's child.
Patrick: Okay, I'm -- I'm trying really hard not to be offended.
Robin: Well, you shouldn't be offended -- the decision is not personal.
Patrick: Well, then what is it? I mean you picked out the apartment, you basically furnished the place, the man you profess to love lives there.
Robin: Exactly. That's exactly my point -- the man that I do love, the man that I want to continue going on loving for a very long time.
Patrick: Why are the two mutually exclusive? I don't get it.
Robin: We're a couple -- that's great. It's just I think that we need to accept our own limitations and know that we are just not ready to live together.
Patrick: Okay, before the hostage crisis, we lived together for weeks, and barring a couple missteps, we loved it.
Robin: That was during the air mattress time. That's when owing your key, and all of my dirty laundry was in the trunk of my car. Then when it was official, when I did move in with you, within 24 hours we were in a huge fight, which sent you to Vegas with Pete, and I ended up in jail. I just would rather avoid a repeat performance, so I think I will just -- I will just stay here.
Patrick: Robin, you -- you can't live under your uncle's roof. You're an adult, you're an independent woman.
Robin: Yes, I know, and my uncle Mac is painfully aware of that, believe me. Look, if you want to be supportive and loving, then will you please just go get the rest of my stuff from your apartment?
Luke: We're closed.
Tracy: Your hours don't apply to me.
Luke: Oh. What are you doing here?
Tracy: Looking for you.
Tracy: I thought you could use a friend.
Tracy: Let's see. Maybe because your son is getting married at Laura's house and she won't be there.
Luke: Oh, well. What are you going to do about it?
Tracy: Well, in your case, you could try to avoid it like the plague. I know how dreadful happy-family occasions can be. So why don't I make you a pot of coffee, and you get presentable.
Luke: Hey, look, first of all, you're sounding annoyingly like a wife, which would really bug me, except for the fact that I know you have no idea how to make coffee.
Tracy: Huh. Well, there's a first time for everything.
Luke: I'm not anxious to be your guinea pig. Besides, I got a, you know, pretty good buzz going here. Why kill it? If I believe in anything, it's random chaos. I see evidence of it every day of my life. I never understood how anybody with half a brain could accept anything on blind faith. To me, that's just superstition dressed up in Sunday clothes. So when people want to pledge everlasting love and talk about happily ever after, I just think they're setting themselves up to be shot down. I'm not particularly anxious to see my son start down that road again, no matter how much he believes in cupids and valentines. But it ain't up to me.
Elizabeth: No matter how flattering the dress, everyone's eyes are going to be drawn to this swollen bundle of joy. It's going to look like a classic shotgun wedding.
Emily: What, and suddenly you care what people think?
Elizabeth: Believe me, I have my moments.
Emily: Yeah, well, I can speak for everyone in that room downstairs when I say that there will be no judgment. Only love and joy for the bride and groom who finally opened their eyes and realized that they belong together.
Elizabeth: It's been a long, hard road, and not just for me and Lucky. What got into Nikolas last night? Maybe he's having his delayed stress reaction. Whatever it is, I know he loves you like crazy.
Emily: Yeah, well, that seems to be up for debate at the moment.
Elizabeth: Please don't take what he said to heart.
Emily: How can I not, Elizabeth? He aimed at my heart, and -- and now I haven't even spoken to him since.
Elizabeth: He's probably mortified -- or sick. If it makes you feel any better, Lucky and I haven't heard from him, either.
Emily: Yeah, well, whatever sparked Nikolas' honesty and however painful it was to hear at the moment, I'm glad that he spoke up. The last thing that I want I for him to feel pressured into something he's not ready for. I just don't know where it came from.
James: Yeah, you seem to be an intelligent man. That fault is probably mine, so I will make myself clear. You will go on with your life as usual. You will be Emily's boyfriend, Lucky's supportive brother, and Spencer's father. You will not deliberately drive your loved ones away. Because they are a busybody little crew and they will find out if something is amiss. Probably Emily will go whining to Mr. Corinthos and Mr. Morgan, who placed that lovely little bullet in my shoulder to begin with. I prefer to avoid a duel to the death, Mr. Cassadine.
Nikolas: Ah. Perish that thought.
James: My health and well-being are something you shouldn't be cavalier with. On the contrary, it should be your primary concern, because if I die, you don't get the counteragent, and guess what -- you die, too.
Nikolas: I don't need to hear your threats again.
James: Apparently you do.
Nikolas: I've cooperated with you, I've provided you with the necessary means to obtain a new identity. What the hell else do you want from me?
James: Now I'm telling you to protect our venture, to make nice with those people! You will go to your brother's wedding!
Nikolas: No, this is not a dictatorship.
James: What did you say?
Nikolas: I said, "this is not a dictatorship." We had a deal, and the condition of that deal was that my people stay away from you, which means that I push them away. So, I'm not going.
Spinelli: Hey. Okay, look, um, the Blond One is in severe distress, okay? She really wants to tell the Deceived One that you're the father of the --
Jason: Can you just call him Lucky?
Spinelli: Right, sorry. Um -- but, look, okay, Lulu has to go to Lucky's wedding, right, and -- and she's afraid that she'll blurt out the truth -- that you are the father -- and that -- but she's afraid that doing that will send Lucky back to pills. I -- what do you -- what do you think?
Jason: I can't speak for Lucky.
Spinelli: Yeah, but this guy's about to take your place as the father of your kid. You kind of need to have an opinion.
Jason: Whew. Lucky was pretty strung-out last summer, so, yeah, if he uses drugs again, somebody could -- could get hurt, yeah.
Spinelli: Then the blond one will blame herself.
Jason: That's possible, yeah.
Spinelli: Hey -- hey, Stone Cold, do you -- do you want the truth to come out?
Jason: I just -- you know, I want to be, um, the best father I can be. Want to give my son or my daughter everything that I can. If -- if Elizabeth wanted to raise the baby together or include me in the baby's life, it would've been -- would've been easier for me. Maybe not for the child, but -- anyway, Elizabeth says this is the right thing to do, you know? I don't know. I'm going along with it, but that's my responsibility. It's not Lulu's, so she shouldn't have to carry this.
Spinelli: I'm so sorry that I -- I -- I shouldn't have uncovered this information.
Jason: No, God, that's -- that's not what I'm trying to say. If you can do anything to help Lulu, I would appreciate that.
Spinelli: The jackal is gratified by your trust. Look, I won't fail you, I -- I promise -- or the blond one, either.
Tracy: You're a cynic -- it's part of your charm.
Tracy: It's probably why I find you so damn irresistible.
Luke: You recognize one of your own.
Tracy: Absolutely. To us, the glass is always half empty, and whatever liquid's in it is poisoned. We've earned our pessimism. To our kids? They still have their illusions. Why rain on them? To say "until death do us part" and believe it? There's a certain nobility in that. They're going to learn the hard lessons, there's no way to avoid it. But for now, as long as they are in love, they believe they are invincible, and we get to celebrate those moments of happiness. It's just something to think about.
Luke: Huh. I've got this wedding to go to, and I was wondering if you would do me a favor.
Tracy: Be your designated driver?
Tracy: Grab my purse. Let's go.
James: You may find this hard to believe, but I'm sympathetic to your plight. It's obvious that you love Emily to distraction, and it's eating you up from the inside to reject her. And you can't stand being in the same room with her on such a joyful occasion, knowing that the pain that you've caused is because of the hurtful things you said to her. There's a simple solution for that -- erase the misdeed with honesty. Bring Emily in on our arrangement.
James: Oh, well. Suit yourself. I guess you'll just have to deal with Emily's shattered heart. But I'm not going to let you push her away. The Emily's and the Elizabeth's and the Lulus and the Luckys are the key to the normalcy of our project. So you are going to go to the wedding. But beware of the clock if you do. I need you to be home by 8:00 for you to receive the counteragent. Otherwise, you'll be turned into something else than a pumpkin -- you'll be turned into a corpse.
Emily: All right, I got it.
Elizabeth: Don't tell me.
Emily: It's an old friend of my father's -- his name's Glen Phillips -- he's taken a turn for the worse.
Elizabeth: Oh. Well, then you have to go.
Emily: Yeah, I'm -- I'm not his physician of record, obviously, but I'm the one who's been monitoring his case, you know, first with my dad, and I've stayed involved.
Elizabeth: You know what? Your dad would want you to put your patients first.
Emily: Yeah, I'm so sorry, Elizabeth. I'm going to make it back here for the reception, at least, okay?
Elizabeth: Em, it's okay. You did exactly what I needed today -- you helped me get ready. We had the traditional bride/maid-of-honor heart-to-heart.
Emily: Yeah. Oh, my God.
Elizabeth: I know you love me.
Emily: You and Lucky are the best friends I've ever had. Elizabeth, I so wanted to be here to see you take your vows.
Elizabeth: You'll be here in spirit.
Emily: Okay. Well, there's one more tangible thing that I can do to make sure that this wedding goes off without a hitch.
Lucky: You can drop the act. I know you found out.
Lulu: "Found out"?
Lucky: You spoke to Nikolas, he said he wasn't coming. Dad -- he's running late and -- but my little sister is here and that's good enough for me.
Lulu: I -- I love you so much, Lucky. I just -- I want you to be happy, I hope that you know that.
Lucky: Yes, I am.
Lucky: Elizabeth -- she does that for me.
Spinelli: Greetings. Uh -- hey, you must be the Blond One's granny. May I be so bold as to say your D.M.V. records do not do you justice?
Lesley: Who are you?
Lulu: Um -- uh, this is my friend Spinelli. Spinelli, what are you doing here?
Spinelli: Uh -- I -- I am your date, remember? You asked me to come? Uh -- look, um, I'm here reporting for duty. My mission is to make sure that -- to stop you, by any means necessary, if you feel compelled to reveal the secret about Elizabeth's baby. Um, let me just start by reminding you what's at stake for your brother if he finds out.
Lulu: Uh -- you're -- you're not dressed. Has -- has Elizabeth changed her mind?
Emily: No, of course not. I was called into work. I need you.
Carly: Hey. I knew you would meet me here.
Jason: I just -- I don't -- I don't think I should be here.
[Knock on door]
Elizabeth: As long as you're not Lucky, come on in.
Lulu: Um -- uh -- Emily said that you wanted to see me.
Elizabeth: I did. She had to leave, so I have a maid-of-honor vacancy, and I'd really love it if Lucky's sister and my baby's aunt would join me.
Lulu: How can you be such a hypocrite?
[Knock on door]
Patrick: Here you go.
Robin: Thank you. But I could've sworn that I had more than that at your apartment.
Patrick: Well, I mean, I didn't bring everything. You're going to still spend the night from time to time?
Robin: I will, okay? I just -- when I do, I will bring an overnight bag because I don't want to invade your space.
Patrick: Okay, well, I'm going to apologize in advance because I'm seriously about to invade your space.
Robin: Where are we going?
Patrick: To the couch.
Singer: Last night I shook my head you left me mesmerized and every time you move in close I question my beliefs in wrong or right
Patrick: You really think we should be doing this in the living room at your uncle's house? I mean, let's just go by my place.
Robin: No, no, no. Nobody's home, it's fine.
Robin: Ugh -- buttons are such a waste of time.
Singer: As I dream in my mind you take me away so divine I'm quiet
Bobbie: This day is doing my heart a world of good. I think because Lucky and Elizabeth were each other's first loves, and then they lost each other along the way, and now they found each other again, and they're back stronger than ever and -- well, it's just making me believe in true love again.
Carly: Like you ever stopped.
Jason: Excuse me for a second.
Bobbie: That's true.
Bobbie: Ultimate romantic.
[Jason knocks on post]
Spinelli: Hold on --
Jason: No, no, get up. Hey --
Spinelli: I just -- I just want --
Jason: How -- how's Lulu doing?
Spinelli: Um, first, can -- do -- do you like my suit?
Spinelli: Okay -- uh -- look, I'm just -- I'm planning to stick close to Lulu through the entire ceremony. If I sense that she's starting to break, I'll intervene.
Jason: Okay. Thank you.
Jason: Where -- where is she right now?
Spinelli: Upstairs with Emily doing some wedding business. Excuse me, I have some giant prawns to attend to.
[Spinelli pats Jason]
Lucky: Jason -- I'm glad you came. I consider you an honored guest. I mean, if it hadn't been for you, Elizabeth and our baby would've have gotten out of the hostage crisis.
Lesley: I'm just so glad you're here. Lucky said that you were stuck in some business meeting and you weren't going to be able to make it.
Lesley: You're a good brother.
Lucky: Oh, you came.
Nikolas: Yeah, I couldn't leave my brother without a best man.
Lucky: Well, I hope I didn't guilt you into anything.
Nikolas: I needed to be here.
Lucky: Thank you.
Nikolas: Is -- uh -- is Emily upstairs with Elizabeth?
Lucky: Unfortunately, the hospital called, Emily had to leave, so the pressure's off.
Carly: Okay, so I'm being good, I'm having a glass of wine, I'm ready to toast the blushing bride, while you're shaking Lucky's hand and wishing him the best wishes.
Jason: Will you just stop? I didn't even want to be here.
Carly: Okay, I'm sorry. I'm glad you are here, though, because you can make sure I behave, I don't do anything stupid.
Tracy: I'm going to go get you a cup of coffee.
Luke: Thank you, darling.
Lucky: Dad, I'm glad you made it.
Lucky: Thank you.
Luke: Am I late?
Lucky: Of course not. No. Lulu and Nikolas are here, the bride -- she's upstairs -- and there's only one person missing.
Luke: I know, cowboy. I know.
Maxie: Lucky and Elizabeth are getting married today, and I know I should stay out of it.
Coop: Oh, then that should make it easy, mind your own business.
Maxie: But it's not right, and this is not about me being the jilted mistress still hung up on the married guy.
Coop: Hey, you don't have to explain it anymore. I understand, you know, that you can stop being in love with somebody but still care about them.
Maxie: I loved Lucky a lot, and even though he didn't return my feelings, I still know he's a great guy with a great heart. And he deserves more than to be married to that ice queen, and spend the rest of his life being grateful to Elizabeth and trying to live up to her impossible standards. I just wish there was a way to set Lucky free once and for all.
Elizabeth: For months you've been all about me and Lucky getting back together. What happened to make you so angry with me all of a sudden?
Lulu: I am angry because my brother doesn't deserve what you're doing to him.
Elizabeth: And what is it that I'm doing, exactly?
Lulu: Why don't you be honest, Elizabeth? Do you love my brother, or are you marrying him because you're afraid of what would happen if he found out the truth?
Elizabeth: The truth about what?
Lesley: It's time!
Bobbie: We brought your bouquet.
Audrey: And you have gifts.
Georgie: I am so sorry. I'm just -- I'm here for just one second -- really fast, get my laptop. I'm sorry!
Robin: It's okay.
Patrick: Well, need I say more?
Robin: Fine. I admit, okay, you have a point. Our relationship will suffer if my family is barging in on us every time we have the urge to kiss.
Patrick: And my apartment has all the privacy we need.
Patrick: Robin, I'm -- I'm not exactly clueless. I know you're gun-shy. My track record as a committed person is abysmal. And I made a big mistake when I took off with Pete -- I regret that more than I can say. The trust that you were starting to feel for me got damaged, and I apologize. Look, I'm not saying I'm never going to make a mistake -- I'll try not to make the same one. But this whole loving-someone thing is new for me and I'm not really sure I know my way. But I know one thing beyond a shadow of a doubt -- I love you, more than I thought I was capable of. And all of a sudden, I don't want to live without you.
Patrick: Did I say something wrong?
Robin: I'm getting the boxes -- so I can pack my stuff and go home with you.
Georgie: Oh -- that went well. Is there anything else I can do? Do for you and Robin? Uh -- anything you guys -- you need?
Patrick: No, Georgie, I -- I think you did everything, thank you.
Georgie: Right. Yeah.
Robin: Thanks, Georgie.
Robin: You set me up.
James: [Speaking French] Tres bien. Okay. Au revoir. Ciao.
Alexis: And you are --
James: Oh, I'm the head of a European investment fund. We're in the final stages of a deal with Cassadine Industries.
Alexis: May I ask why you're here alone?
James: Well, my host had to attend a family meeting -- a wedding, I believe -- and Nikolas won't be long, he told me.
Alexis: Do you have a name?
James: Yes -- Brosnan, James Brosnan.
Alexis: Davis, Alexis Davis.
Alexis: I'm Nikolas' aunt, I'm also the attorney here. I handle Cassadine Industry business and I've been doing it for years. So, refresh my memory. What fund do you represent?
Coop: If I had to guess, I'd say that you were going to try to shake up Lucky's wedding.
Maxie: Well, then you'd be wrong, because that's the furthest thing from my mind.
Maxie: I've come a long way in letting Lucky go, but I have to be honest -- I still really hate Elizabeth. And the weird thing is I'm starting to think Lulu does, too.
Coop: What gives you that idea?
Maxie: I saw Lulu earlier, and right after she slapped me -- thank you very much -- I started dumping on Elizabeth, and for the first time, Lulu didn't immediately jump to Elizabeth's defense or even argue with me. So the question is, why did she suddenly turn on her beloved Elizabeth, and how do Lulu's feelings not affect Lucky's wedding?
Bobbie: Okay, everybody, the wedding's about to start, so take your seats.
Lesley: Oh, here we go.
Audrey: Oh, right, here we go.
Tracy: Well, the wine is domestic, the food is pedestrian.
Luke: Careful, now, your snob is showing.
Tracy: If you're nice to me, I will take you out to dinner. Five minutes after the groom kisses the bride, we leave.
Luke: That's the best offer I've had today. Hi, gorgeous.
Bobbie: Hey, Luke.
Luke: You look great.
Bobbie: Well, thank you.
Spinelli: I'm starting to feel it.
Jason: Feel what?
Spinelli: The solemn nature of the occasion, you know? Can -- can you feel it? It like -- it's like the flowers and the people here to witness, you know? I don't know, but I -- I think my heart is full.
Jason: That's nice.
Spinelli: Uh -- hey, what's wrong with the V Lady? She looks a little tense.
Jason: Yeah, she -- she gets this way at weddings. Just keep it down, okay? I want this to be over as fast as possible.
Luke: Something's off.
["Wedding march" plays]
Tracy: How can you tell? The wedding just started.
Luke: Look at Lulu's face.
Robin: Did you or did you not conspire with Georgie?
Patrick: I wouldn't call it a conspiracy, no, I wouldn't.
Robin: Did you or did you not maneuver me in such a way that we were making out on the couch when Georgie "interrupted" us.
Patrick: Okay, see, that's the thing -- it's the couch. That's the real conspiracy. Couches are out to --
Robin: Simple questions, Patrick.
Patrick: That's plural. Which -- which one do you want me to answer?
Robin: I don't care -- take your pick, pick your favorite one. But just remember when you answer, no honesty -- no nooky, never.
Patrick: You drive a hard bargain.
Robin: I'm waiting.
Patrick: Okay, I called Georgie. I told her to coordinate her arrival. I thought illustrating a point would be better than arguing about it, and I still think I'm right.
Robin: Oh --
Patrick: I still think it's better if we live together.
Robin: "Live together"? We can't even have a simple make-out session without a breach of trust and communication. Oh, my God!
Robin: We're fundamentally incompatible. You know, we may love each other like crazy, and I hate to say it, but we're doomed.
James: You wouldn't be familiar with the group I run -- we've only just started up.
Alexis: Humor me.
James: It's called Cadmus International.
Alexis: Which of the big three in Zurich anchors your E.U. funds? I'm sorry, I don't meant to be intrusive -- actually, I do. Excuse me -- ugh.
James: Oh, are you all right? Ooh -- whew.
Alexis: Are you?
James: Yes, yes, yes, it's just a bruised shoulder. I should really stop rock-climbing.
Alexis: Well, then be sure to take care of your shoulder, and I'll get my book and --
James: Thank you.
Alexis: Let you be.
James: You know what? On -- on second thought, perhaps you shouldn't leave.
["Wedding March" plays]
Minister: I'm going to let your guests get a better look at you. Excuse me. Dearly beloved, we are gathered here in the presence of God and this company to unite this man and woman in the bonds of holy matrimony.
Minister: If there's anyone in here who can show just cause why this marriage should not take place, speak now, or forever hold your peace.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Patrick: You don't want to see me?
Ric: I'm putting you out of business.
Sonny: You come at me any way you want.
Alexis: Did you just threaten me?
Lulu: Lucky is getting married based on a lie.
Minister: Why do you think these two should not be joined?
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