General Hospital Transcript Friday 3/23/07
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Stan: Sonny, it's the truth. Look, we can't move the product at all. The cops got a --
Ric: I see you got my message.
Ric: I'm putting you out of business.
Patrick: I know I didn't hear you right.
Robin: No, you did. I said that we're doomed -- as in cursed, as in certain failure and destruction. You can look it up.
Patrick: I know what "doomed" means. I just don't know how it applies to us.
Robin: You know, in the dictionary, next to the definition, you'll find pictures of Antony and Cleopatra, Romeo and Juliet -- Sonny and Carly, and us.
Patrick: Do you doubt that I love you?
Robin: I know you love me.
Patrick: Then what's the problem?
Robin: You can't stand me.
Alexis: Anyone who does business with Nikolas would know that he's a stickler for manners. Yours seem to be lacking.
Alexis: My nephew might be very disappointed with you.
James: Not if you don't tell him.
Minister: If there's anyone here who can show just cause why this marriage should not take place, speak now, or forever hold your peace.
Spinelli: The Jackal objects.
Sonny: Stan, give me a minute with the district attorney, will you?
Ric: Yeah, and in your spare time, Stan, you might want to log on to the Port Charles City Ordinance Office. You'll find that the streets in front of most of Sonny's businesses are about to be rezoned, repaved, or regraded, so no deliveries are going to be going in and out for quite a while.
Stan: Yeah, well, I'm just the computer guy.
Sonny: You can tear up all the pavement you want.
Ric: Well, as long as you realize that you can no longer move product through Port Charles, it's all good. But I don't think you can take it if I beat you. So you're going to try to find a way around me, and that, my dear brother, is ultimately going to be your downfall.
Jax: Very nice -- ahead of schedule.
Man: You know how to get results, Mr. Jacks.
Jax: Max, are you satisfied with the new security system?
Max: Well, it was good before. It's better now.
Jax: I don't want lightning to strike twice -- we can't afford another hostage crisis. I want to go over the reservation system.
Coop: The concierge can make the reservations for you anywhere in town.
Woman: You're very sweet. Thank you.
Coop: You're welcome.
Max: Barrett? You're paid to know what's going on in the lobby, not to flirt with the guests. You got it?
Coop: Jeff, the bellhop, is wheeling the luggage cart, top bag is not secure. That bag belongs to a middle-aged man talking on his cell phone. He's with a girl that looks young enough to be his daughter. It's not his daughter. The couple at the front desk just asked for a lower floor -- I think he's got vertigo.
Max: Well. So where'd you develop that talent?
Coop: Dodging IEDs in Basra.
Max: Hmm. You know, I still say there's something familiar about you.
Coop: No, I just got one of those faces.
Jax: Max, could you come by around and look at this, please?
Woman: My purse!
Man: Uh -- no problem, everyone. It's under control.
Alexis: Did you just threaten me?
James: Dear God, no, no. I was -- I was painfully over the top. I mean, blame it on my mother's side -- the Irish, the whole lot of them -- you know, actors and storytellers from way back. What I meant to say was that Nikolas and I have so much riding on this deal that it would be a shame, you know, to lose it because you and I got off on the wrong food.
Alexis: Nikolas has never said a word to me about an important business deal.
James: Well, it's -- it's a recent development. We're saving each other's lives, him and I. Oops -- here I go Irish again. Ah -- thank God, a smile. I thought I was going to have to resort to my 30-second "Hamlet" -- you know, "To be, or not to be --"
Alexis: Oh, no, that -- that's fine.
James: Well, you -- you may be interested to know that this has the potential to go into a long, long partnership, and I would advise you not to talk about it to anyone else. There are so many variables that could go wrong. You understand?
Alexis: Nikolas is perfectly capable of handling his own business affairs. Typically, I wait until I'm asked for an opinion -- unless, of course, an associate I feel doesn't have his best interest at heart. You understand?
James: Oh, it's perfectly clear. Perfectly clear.
Alexis: Good. Well, it was a pleasure. I'm sure I'll see you again.
James: A pleasure to meet you. Bye-bye.
Patrick: Okay, this is familiar territory -- this is where I ask you not to tell me how I feel.
Patrick: And I know you're doing it just to annoy me.
Robin: Actually, I'm not, but it's good that you admit that I annoy you.
Patrick: Yeah, well, when you tell me how I think, or -- or how I feel without even asking me, it's presumptuous and it's disrespectful. You don't do that to somebody you care about.
Robin: I'm sorry, I do respect you. I just think that we approach this -- us in a very different way.
Patrick: Right, Robin -- I'm trying to approach us as a real relationship, and you -- I'm -- I'm not really sure how you're trying to approach this.
Robin: I'm trying to preserve us.
Patrick: By running away? Look, at this point, we don't even have to communicate. You can just tell me how I feel and send me a text message.
Robin: Are you being intentionally obtuse?
Patrick: "Obtuse"? This is the strangest conversation I've ever had.
Robin: Ugh --
Patrick: And it's not true that I can't stand you. I love you.
Robin: But you do want to grab me and shake me right now, don't you?
Patrick: Yes, because, for some reason, you've decided that we're incompatible.
Robin: You're acting like I want to break up. I don't want to break up.
Patrick: Well, that's a relief.
Robin: I just don't want to live together.
Minister: No, no, let the young man speak. Why do you think these two should not be joined?
Spinelli: Uh -- marriage is outdated. It's -- uh -- uh -- a primitive remnant of a precomputer age -- you know, like "through this ring," and "till death do us part"? I mean, they are arcane, archaic phrases with no real meaning. I mean, are -- are they internet-compatible? I mean, you know, he could still be using dial-up and she could be a high-speed chick. Are their servers in sync?
Lesley: Who are you?
Lulu: He's my boyfriend.
Spinelli: Really? Really?
Lulu: Yeah, come -- excuse us.
Tracy: There, now. Didn't I tell you that Spegatini was a bad influence?
Luke: Well, he keeps it interesting.
Spinelli: Oh -- oh, my God! You -- you called me your boyfriend in there in front of everybody, it was amazing!
Lulu: Shh -- it was the first thing that came to my mind.
Spinelli: "The first thing." "The first thing." I -- I reciprocate your feelings, too, Blond One.
Lucky: Mr. Spinelli brings up a very good point, and I'm sure everybody else is wondering -- what's in the punch, Grandma?
Minister: Okay, shall we proceed?
Lulu: Stop -- why did you break up the wedding?
Spinelli: I had to stop you from making a monumental mistake.
Lulu: Lucky is my brother. Telling him the truth is not a mistake.
Det. Rodriguez: So who caught the perp?
Jax: Mr. Barrett did while he was trying to get away.
Coop: Just doing my job.
Jax: Well, it was professional. I'm very impressed.
Det. Rodriguez: I'm going to need you to fill out a report. Does anyone remember seeing this guy before?
Jax: I don't think so. Nobody wants to see him again, that's for sure.
Det. Rodriguez: At least not for six months with good behavior.
Jax: Okay. You know, the last thing we need in this hotel is for people to think that they can't blink without their wallet or purse being stolen. If you keep this kind of order, you'll be promoted before you know it. And another thing -- Mrs. Corinthos, she likes to flirt with the staff. It would be wise not to flirt back -- you know, just F.Y.I.
Sonny: I'm a simple coffee merchant.
Ric: Yeah, if only that were true. How boring would it be, Sonny, if suddenly you all just decided to discontinue all of your illegal operations and concentrated on importing nothing but a Kenyan or Arabica roast?
Sonny: I just -- you know, I hope they don't pull up the trees on Fifth Street, you know, when they regrade. I mean, obstructing free commerce is one thing, but killing trees is just not very nice.
Ric: Oh, come on, Sonny. Ever since you shot Alcazar in the head, you've been looking for an opportunity -- the man's vulnerable. I know how you love to kick a man when he's down.
Sonny: If Alcazar were really out of commission, you'd be prosecuting him from here to New Jersey. The spotlight, trying to hold press conferences, telling everybody how tough you are on crime. But since I know that's not happening, I can guarantee you right now Alcazar is pulling your strings.
Ric: Either way, it's going to make it a hell of a lot tougher for you to move shipments.
Sonny: Tell you what -- you come at me any way you want. You got nothing.
Ric: You're going to make this easy.
Robin: We tried living together, and it blew up in our faces. I just don't want to ruin what we have by moving forward too fast.
Patrick: We did the whole "moving forward too fast" conversation months ago. You accused me of having commitment issues.
Robin: Well, then this will make you very happy -- you were right and I was wrong.
Patrick: I don't get it. I mean, we just went through something together that involved faith and trust and undying love. Why are we taking two giant steps backwards?
Robin: Excuse me, but are you forgetting what happened when we tried to live together?
Patrick: Robin, that was a hiccup. It's what you do -- you live and learn, you get over it.
Robin: No, that was symptomatic of our incompatibility.
Robin: I just want a way for this relationship to work without doing permanent damage.
Patrick: Our problem isn't that we're incompatible. Our problem is that you're a control freak with abandonment issues -- and the more you love me the harder you push me to the door.
Elizabeth: The first time we pledged our love, I said you would always be in my heart. It was loving each other through pain that brought us together then. And now I get to show you the same patience and love and understanding that you showed me. And I promise to be the best wife I can be, and to stand beside you no matter what life puts in our way. And I give myself, and my body and my soul, to you and our family. Because I love you, and I am so proud to be your wife.
Lucky: To say that two people belong together would be too easy. I stumbled, we stumbled. Then we stopped, we picked each other up, and here we are. I'll never -- I'll never take our love for granted again. I promise to love you, to cherish you, and spend the rest of my life being the best husband I can ever be for you. To be the best father to Cameron, and to this new child -- a symbol of our abiding love.
Lulu: My brother is in there pouring his heart out to Elizabeth, and he has no -- you sneaky little bitch.
Maxie: So, I was right -- Elizabeth is only marrying Lucky to make herself look good. She doesn't love him, and I think we both know it.
Spinelli: Back off my girlfriend, all right?
Lulu: Spinelli, don't call me your girlfriend.
Spinelli: We were just having a really important private, "private" conversation about our relationship.
Maxie: I'm sure. If you really loved your brother, you'd put a stop to this joke of a wedding.
Lulu: Oh, really? I know one way to stop it.
Spinelli: Okay --
Lulu: You know what? I will tear your hair out chunks at a time until your screams leave everyone running, or you can just leave on your own. Personally, I opt to pull out your poorly dyed blond hair.
Maxie: Hmm -- kind of a hypocrite, but whatever. Hmm.
Lulu: She's right. Lucky is getting married based on a lie -- that's like lying to him myself.
Spinelli: Look --
Spinelli: It's obvious that your brother is most definitely in love, okay? I know it, you know it, Stone Cold -- who I trust more than anyone -- knows it.
Lulu: That doesn't make this any easier.
Spinelli: Okay, look, you want to go in there in front of his friends and family and make your little announcement? Go ahead, humiliate him in front of everyone, and then tell me you did the right thing.
Minister: You may kiss the bride.
Robin: If I wanted to sabotage our relationship, I would move in with you and I would watch us implode. I am trying to save us.
Patrick: By driving a wedge between us?
Robin: I don't really see it that way.
Patrick: Oh. Oh.
Robin: Sharing an apartment is a huge deal. I -- it's not like being someone's roommate. You know, I've never done it before, you've never done it before, and quite frankly, I should've thought about it a lot more before I did it the first time.
Patrick: Okay, well, what about trying to give it more than a day to work?
Robin: I moved in to begin with for all the wrong reasons.
Patrick: Nice -- like we loved each other.
Robin: No, and the apartment, the furniture, everything -- I pushed that on you to prove something to myself.
Patrick: So I would settle down.
Robin: And you proved me wrong. You did it for me because you thought that's what I wanted. I thought that's what I wanted, but then obviously it was just one big disaster.
Patrick: But now we know, so it won't happen again.
Robin: Look, we can be in love without sharing an apartment. I can spend the night. We can have sex, probably even better sex -- you know, absence makes the heart grow fonder.
Patrick: Did you just hyperlink to cliche2.com? What's next -- "We have nothing to fear but fear itself"?
Robin: The only thing I'm afraid of is losing you because we move in together and we start to hate each other.
Patrick: So let me get this straight, because I've dated. I was the king of dating. I would date women who -- who would leave before the sun came up, or before -- or they wouldn't let me see them before they had makeup on. I was very good at keeping everything at an arm's length, but, Robin, I thought we had something different.
Robin: We do, and it will survive, but if we move in together, it'll destroy what we have.
Patrick: You're just going to stay here at your uncle's, in a room that you grew up in as a teenager?
Robin: No, I -- I'll find a place to live. And when I do, I will let you know, and we'll try this again.
Patrick: Are you kidding me -- it's pouring rain outside.
Robin: You need to respect my decision.
Patrick: You mean, until I agree with you, you don't want to see me?
Jax: Hey --
Jax: Look who's come to visit.
Jax: Well, come in.
Alexis: Thanks. I went to visit Nikolas, and the minute I stepped down to the launch, the skies opened up.
Jax: You're soaked; I'll get you a towel.
Alexis: Yes. Thank you. I can't go home like this. I look like an afghan that's been put through the blender.
Jax: Is that what you do all day -- you sit around thinking about ways to describe how bad you feel?
Alexis: I couldn't begin to describe how badly I feel. It's the way that I look that's the problem. Come sit by me, let's have a pity party.
Jax: I want you to take a hot shower, put on one of my robes. I'm going to get the fire going, and we're going to have our own little party. Come on.
Alexis: Thank you.
Jax: I'm just glad that you -- you chose this place, and you felt safe enough to come here.
Alexis: Keep this, I'll get another one.
Sonny: Okay, the cops are closing in on our operations, right? I got to believe they're getting information from someone.
Stan: Yeah, but your people know better than to snitch to the cops.
Sonny: We need an insider at the PCPD. When's the last time we had somebody reliable? It's been -- it's been a while, right?
Stan: Yeah, yeah.
Sonny: What --
Max: I'm sorry. Were you able to get the information?
Sonny: We're in the middle of -- of an important meeting, Max.
Max: This is important.
Sonny: Go ahead, Stan, just --
Stan: Yeah, yeah, I got it. His name is Cooper Barrett.
Stan: He was -- let's see -- two tours of duty in Iraq, was an M.P. in Baghdad, has been home since Christmas.
Max: Does he have a sister?
Sonny: Max --
Stan: No, no, no sister. Barrett's an only child, originally from Virginia -- there's -- nothing here that actually tells me why he's in Port Charles.
Max: I knew it. You know, he looked familiar, and then I nailed it. He was one of the gunmen that took over the hotel -- he worked for Craig.
Sonny: Are you sure -- are you sure, Max?
Max: I'm positive, yes. He -- he was the one -- he was "Three." He got locked in the vault with Maxie Jones. Ironically, she's the one who got him a job working security at the Metro Court.
Sonny: Same place he took hostages.
Sonny: This guy's got to be dealt with.
Logan: In the great pie versus doughnut debate, pie rules.
Georgie: No, no, no, no --
Maxie: Get away from my sister.
Georgie: What is wrong with you?
Maxie: This guy is a slimeball. Come with me, please.
Logan: Oh -- if I'm a slimeball, what -- what does that make you?
Maxie: Too smart to fall for any of your lame come-ons. You're not dealing with my sweet sister here. I know you're a user, and you don't do anything without an angle.
Logan: And you know this because --
Maxie: Think about it. But stay away from my sister. And once we get money from Scott Baldwin, you need to make plans to leave town.
Logan: Oh, and miss all the fun? Not a chance.
Lesley: Oh, my sweet boy. Oh, I'm so happy for both of you.
Lucky: Thank you.
Audrey: All right, smile, all of you, come on -- picture. Oh, good. Thank you.
Lesley: Thank you.
Nikolas: Well, you did it, you worked it out.
Lucky: Well, pay attention -- if I can do it, you can.
Bobbie: Thank you.
Elizabeth: Oh! Oh, Bobbie --
Bobbie: You're so beautiful.
Elizabeth: Oh, thank you.
Nikolas: Something wrong with you?
Lulu: Ahem -- it's just -- it's been an emotional day.
Luke: Okay, let's go have dinner.
Tracy: Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah. You've shown enormous restraint. Don't blow it now by running away.
Lucky: It's good to see you.
Bobbie: It's good to see you. Thank you.
Jason: Uh -- congratulations, I'm happy for you.
Elizabeth: Thank you. I'm surprised to see you here.
Jason: Yeah, Carly -- it -- it's just a long story.
Elizabeth: Oh. Well, I'm glad to see you anyway.
Lucky: Thank you. Elizabeth and I, we both owe you very much.
Carly: Well, this is a happy day. How about a hug? Now you have to stay away from Jason, Mrs. Spencer.
Lucky: What's up, cuz?
Jason: Why -- why did you object?
Spinelli: She called me her boyfriend, man. She called me her boyfriend!
Lucky: Everyone, I would like to propose a toast.
Lucky: To the woman who's taught me the meaning of love and loyalty. She's someone who's taught me to be a better man, a better husband, a better father. To the love of my life, and to our son, I love you both. And to this little miracle that Elizabeth is going to give birth to. Thank you for making me the happiest man on earth. Thank you.
Alexis: I feel much better, thank you. Any suggestions?
Jax: You know, I was actually thinking about getting a pet, so -- is that one up for adoption? You can wear one of my beanies on the way home if that doesn't dry successfully, okay?
Alexis: Then I'll look like Spinelli. Popcorn and wine.
Alexis: You sentimental fool.
Jax: Well, I remembered, you know, no wife ever kept her spouse so satisfied on microwave popcorn like you did.
Alexis: Which is why you'll always be my favorite ex.
Jax: Yeah. "Favorite ex." There you go. Thank you.
Max: Coop? Nice work you did before.
Coop: Oh, just doing my job.
Max: Yeah, well, so you said. I want you to take this to Sonny Corinthos at his office. Now, it's from Mrs. Corinthos, so it's important that you put it in his hands yourself, you got it?
Coop: But I'm still on duty.
Max: Yeah, well, and I'm still your boss. You know, don't worry -- I'm taking care of you.
Logan: Since you asked so nicely, I'll -- huh -- I can't leave. People would be disappointed -- like you.
Maxie: Oh, please. I am not interested in being the next girl that you lie to. Besides, there's no reason for you to stick around once we've scored off Scott.
Logan: No, you don't know much.
Maxie: Why don't you clear it up for me?
Logan: Why don't we just stick with the money issue and avoid the personal questions, all right?
Georgie: Don't you ever do that again.
Maxie: He is not a good guy, okay? I don't even know why Coop is friends with him, but that doesn't even matter. I don't want you to trust him or confide in him about anything.
Georgie: Maxie, he's not interested in me. The only girl he could talk about was Lulu.
Bobbie: Oh, boy.
Elizabeth: Here it is! I promised Cameron he'd get the first piece of cake.
Audrey: Oh, here. Oh, this is for you, my love.
Elizabeth: Here you go, baby, here's your fork.
Cameron: Thank you.
Audrey: Okay. Here we go.
Elizabeth: Okay, go on, sit over there with Gram.
Audrey: Oh, over here. Mmm.
Lulu: I need to talk with you. We need to be out.
Jason: Hey, what's the matter?
Carly: I was just thinking about Jax. I thought after Luke and Laura's wedding I would be next. That didn't happen, so '
Lulu: All righty.
Lucky: Are you okay?
Lulu: Yeah, it's just -- yeah, it's seeing you so happy. Thank you.
Elizabeth: Hey. Where's your interesting friend Spinelli?
Lulu: Around somewhere. Um -- congratulations. I hope that you make my brother happy.
Elizabeth: Well, I plan to. And I hope whatever I did to upset you we can put behind us and be sisters again.
Luke: To my son and my daughter-in-law. I like to think that every mistake we make teaches us something -- if we figure out what it is.
Lesley: Remind me never to ask you to make a toast at my wedding.
Luke: Love is a gamble -- may you both come up winners.
All: Hear, hear.
Luke: Hear, hear.
Nikolas: Well, leave it to Luke, huh?
Lucky: Yeah, well, he's right -- stuff happens. Have you had a chance to talk to Emily?
Nikolas: No -- life's a little complicated right now, I don't want to inflict it on her. Excuse me a second --
Bobbie: Hey, everybody --
Bobbie: A little family photo. Okay, can we just get everybody in the group down this end of the room?
Lesley: With or without glasses?
Bobbie: Uh --
Lucky: Without, without.
Elizabeth: Hey, you want Daddy to hold you? Here, let Daddy hold you.
Lucky: Here, you can be in between us, how's that?
Spinelli: Hey, that was a -- that was a bangin' speech, Father of the Blond One. I just wanted to have a -- a man-to-man. You know, now that she's announced our intentions -- to everyone -- I just want you to know that I -- I plan to treat her with the utmost respect. I think -- I think I know that look. I remind you of some little friend, relative.
Luke: I can honestly say you remind me of nobody.
Tracy: With the spectacle you made of yourself, I can only guess what you've been smoking.
Spinelli: I'm high on the wondrousness of love.
Luke: Great. That's great. Congratulations.
Lucky: Thanks, Dad.
Elizabeth: Thank you for being here.
Luke: My pleasure. Have a good life.
Luke: I can feel you smiling now, angel. Yeah, I can feel you smile.
Lulu: Why'd you show up at the wedding?
Jason: I didn't -- I didn't want to show up at the wedding. Carly asked me to, and Spinelli said that you might make an announcement that I was the father, okay? And you said that if -- if Lucky went back to pills because of you, you would blame yourself, and I didn't want that to happen, so I thought if you saw me there --
Lulu: No, it wasn't you that stopped me and it wasn't Spinelli. It was seeing how happy my brother is and how much that baby means to him, and now I am more confused than ever. When I was young I needed a bone-marrow transplant, and they found a donor, a perfect match -- it was Nikolas. And that's how everybody found out that my mom had a son before Lucky, that I had another brother. What if that happens to your baby? If the truth comes out, Lucky's going to be devastated. And the longer that I stay silent, the worse my brother's going to hurt.
Alexis: When I was married to you, I was so deeply in like. It was the greatest like that I had ever known. You know, my heart was filled with like.
Jax: Yeah, you know what? It's too bad they don't write ballads or greeting cards with, you know, "I'll like you till the day I die."
Alexis: "Like is a many splendored thing." "Like, like, me do." "Like me tender." "Like makes the world go round." All right.
Jax: That's good.
Alexis: You know, it's too bad I'm not still married to you -- my year would've been a lot better.
Jax: Well, if you were still married to me, you wouldn't have Molly.
Alexis: I don't have Molly. I know that that's not what you meant, I'm sorry. Having her taken out of our home was unjust, and it was intentional, which makes it a lot worse than the cancer, because at least the cancer was random.
Jax: I'm really sorry.
Alexis: What makes it tolerable is that I know that she's all right. I know that he's taking good care of her, and I know that he -- he wouldn't hurt her. Let's talk about something else.
Jax: You know what? It's all going to change when you start feeling better.
Alexis: I'm just curious -- when is that going to be anyway? You know, I do -- I start to feel better, and then I find out that I need another round of chemo, then the whole thing just starts all over.
Jax: Well, you seem to have handled this -- this last round a little easier than the -- than the one before, so, you know, that's a good thing, right?
Alexis: It is a good thing. And today is a particularly good day, because it's always a good day if you can hold down the popcorn and the wine.
Jax: You know what? I'll make some more.
Alexis: No, you sit there.
Jax: No, no, no, no --
Alexis: No --
Jax: Oh -- oh, my God. Oh, my God, I'm so sorry. I am so sorry.
Alexis: I -- I didn't want you to see me like this.
Jax: Hey -- I think you're beautiful.
Coop: Mr. Corinthos? Max Giambetti told me to deliver this to you.
Sonny: Close the door, have a seat. This won't take long. Cooper Barrett, isn't it?
Coop: Yes, sir.
Sonny: How you doing, Cooper?
Coop: Just fine, thank you.
Sonny: How long have you been working at the Metro Court?
Coop: Just a couple of weeks.
Sonny: Just after the hostage crisis -- that's pretty brave of you to be willing to work at a place after it's been decimated.
Coop: Well, I don't run security, Mr. Giambetti does.
Sonny: Mr. Giambetti -- yeah, he's a great guy, isn't he?
Coop: Yes, Sir.
Sonny: So is Mrs. Corinthos. How -- how do you like working for her?
Coop: She's very nice, Sir.
Sonny: So you -- you have a lot of experience in security?
Coop: Yes, Sir, mostly military.
Sonny: Military? So that means you're cool-headed under pressure?
Coop: I'd like to think so.
Sonny: When's the last time you heard from Mr. Craig?
Maxie: Where's Coop?
Man: He was here. He's probably talking to the police.
Maxie: The police?
Man: He caught a purse snatcher earlier -- ask Max.
Maxie: Max, where's Coop?
Max: I don't know.
Maxie: Well, he -- he's supposed to be on duty.
Max: Well, maybe he decided he had enough and left.
Maxie: Marty said he caught a purse snatcher in the lobby. He wouldn't just walk off the job. What's going on?
Coop: I think you must have me confused with someone --
Sonny: Sit down! Don't insult me. I got your service record. You got out of the army three months ago. You went straight to Virginia, where you don't have a sister who went to school with Maxie Jones. As a matter of fact, you never met Maxie Jones until you were both in that vault for 12 hours. You took her hostage, and you got her to cover for you. Then you went into my wife's hotel, guns blazing, people got hurt, people got killed, and now you deserve to die, my friend.
Coop: Do what you have to do, but leave Maxie out of it -- she had nothing to do with --
Sonny: She's not my problem, kid, you are. You ready to die?
Coop: That's the first thing you learn in a war, is be ready to die.
Sonny: Well, it's your lucky day, pal, because I'm going to let you live. I may have use for you.
Alexis: I am not beautiful, I am the opposite of beautiful. I have no hair, my skin is gray, and my wig -- stupid wig looks like the back end of a possum. Don't be nice to me; it's just going to make it worse.
Jax: You know what I see? I see a woman who's willing to fight for her life. I see my dear friend, who I love very much, and she's not going to give up. And so what if you're bald? You know? I promise you, your hair's going to grow back, you're going to have rosy cheeks. But you will never be more beautiful than you are right now.
Alexis: I told you not to be nice to me -- look what you've done.
Elizabeth: All right, baby boy, you have fun at Gram's house tonight, okay? And Mommy and Daddy will be back in the morning to get you. Okay? I love you. Give Daddy a kiss.
Audrey: Okay, here we go.
Elizabeth: Okay, bye!
Lucky: Bye, big guy!
Elizabeth: Button his jacket, Gram.
Lucky: Bye, big guy!
Elizabeth: Oh. Wow. We did it, again. We are married.
Lucky: Well, I am so glad that you are my wife.
Elizabeth: Well, that's good, because I'm glad you're my husband. I know it's right for all of us.
Lucky: I love you, Elizabeth. Elizabeth?
Jason: Four people know that I'm the father -- me, Elizabeth, you, and Spinelli.
Lulu: Well, maybe Elizabeth's conscience will get the better of her -- if she has one.
Jason: Well, Elizabeth wants Lucky to be the father -- that's why they got married. She is not going to tell anybody. Neither is Spinelli -- and he deleted the paternity test. So it's -- it's up to you what you want to do.
Lulu: I am not going to be the one to devastate my brother. This is your child, why aren't you fighting for it?
Patrick: Can I get a coffee, please?
Georgie: Yeah, um, I am so sorry about earlier -- I ruined the entire setup. What -- what did she say after I left you? Was she angry?
Patrick: It's not your fault. Your cousin is certifiable, or maybe I am because I'm so crazy about her. Robin's decided she needs to find a new place to live. Nothing I do or say will change her mind. So now I have to wait for her and hope she changes her mind and comes back to me.
James: Oh -- hello there. You see, the lovely Dr. Scorpio and I are just getting reacquainted.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Jason: If I tell the truth, I'm going to be hurting my child.
Lulu: What if the truth comes out?
Lucky: Is this too soon?
Elizabeth: It's more than that.
Sonny: It says here you did some time in Iraq. You should be able to handle what I'm setting up.
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