General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 4/3/07
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Sonny: How soon can they call a strike?
Stan: Well, maintenance and housekeeping would have to file a grievance against Metro Court with their individual labor unions and then the union reps would then have to review the agreements in accordance with the labor laws --
Sonny: Hey, you know what? I don't need to know the whole process. Just how -- how long before they can walk off the job?
Stan: Technically, two days after they file a grievance.
Sonny: Call the strike for next Friday.
Stan: Whoa -- huh. Hey, Sonny, you sure you want to do that?
Sonny: You're always telling me that I need to keep improving working conditions.
Stan: Well, yeah, for the -- for the migrant workers that are picking coffee beans 16 hours a day and little money and hardly any benefits whatsoever.
Sonny: So you're telling me that the workers at the Metro Court because they have a pension shouldn't get paid more?
Stan: No, no, no, no, no. I'm not -- no, no. I'm all for the workers' rights, I really am. It's -- I just don't know if you should use a labor dispute to try to get back with your wife.
Carly: I hear we're losing you. Is there any way I can get you to stay -- a raise, a promotion?
Coop: I appreciate that, but I really want to give the police academy a try.
Carly: Okay. Let me know if you change your mind. PCPD isn't the only place that can use a few good men.
Jax: Huh. There's no need to keep flirting with the staff for my benefit.
Carly: I happen to like coop -- not nearly as much as I like you.
Jax: Well, that's a good thing since I've already planned our first date. How would you feel about dinner in Montreal?
Epiphany: Page Dr. Morucci. We have a wounded officer on the way up to the E.R.
Lucky: You're doing great.
Nurse: We got a G.S.W. to the head.
Lucky: Doing good, hang in there. The doctors are going to fix you right up.
Nurse: Pupils unequal. He's still responsive.
Epiphany: Okay, I have O.R. 3 ready and waiting.
Maxie: What happened?
Lucky: A perp opened fire in a warehouse on Fifth Street. Brad caught a bullet in the head.
Maxie: Like Jesse.
Man: I bought and paid for you just like I bought and paid for this!
Sam: No! Stop! Ow! No!
Jason: Hey, hey, hey. You okay?
Sam: Oh, Jason. Oh, it was just a dream. Oh, my gosh.
Sam: It was just a dream.
Alan: Maybe you should try decaf. You seem a little bit tense.
Tracy: Alan, when are you going to give this up and stop haunting me?
Alan: When you admit that you forged my will.
Tracy: I did you a favor. And instead of whining at me from the great beyond, why don't you try thanking me?
Alan: I should be thanking you for making yourself my primary beneficiary?
Tracy: Better me than Jason's nonexistent children. You know, it would be heartbreaking, Alan, if it weren't so incredibly stupid. Jason is a thug by choice. Jason risks his life on a daily basis, by choice. Hopefully, he will never marry and settle down, which should be a source of great relief to you, because his taste in women runs to gold diggers not unlike yourself.
Alan: I wish I could've done that when I was alive.
Tracy: Alan, you can rain down all the thunder and lightning you like. You never won a fight with me when you were breathing, you're not going to win one now. So, I will never confess -- ever.
Alan: We'll see about that.
Carly: Why do we have to go all the way to Montreal for dinner? I mean, there are some great restaurants here in Port Charles.
Jax: Yes, but none have a view over the St. Lawrence River.
Carly: I can't just, you know, leave the boys all night long.
Jax: Why not?
Carly: I need to give Leticia some notice.
Jax: It's a short flight. You can kiss them good night and we'll be back before they wake up, probably.
Carly: You don't have to take me to Montreal for dinner. I -- I know how fabulous you are, I do.
Jax: Is it Montreal? You don't like Montreal, or is it just because you're having second thoughts about dating me?
Carly: I don't want to rush things.
Jax: It's just one dinner. It's one --
Carly: And many bottles of wine.
Jax: Oh. Are you afraid that I'm going to take advantage of you?
Carly: No, I'm -- you know, you're not going to have to try very hard because I love being with you and I want to do things right this time, and sex kind of clouds the issues.
Jax: Okay, okay, well, you're over-thinking this. It's just one dinner. Now, do you want to come or not?
Stan: Sonny, have you just tried being straight with Carly?
Sonny: I told Carly from the start that I was going to use the union connections to spend time with her.
Stan: Huh. Yeah, how about something a little less -- incendiary? You know, with two kids, you guys are bound to cross paths at some point in time.
Sonny: I'm not going to use my kids just to, you know, get to Carly. As a matter of fact, when Carly and I spend time with Michael and Morgan, it's as a family, not for me to win Carly back. That's what the strike's for.
Stan: Hmm. I'll tell you what, man -- this is a totally original approach to exploiting the worker.
Sonny: Well, listen. I'm going to use the labor negotiations to buy me some time to convince Carly what she and I already know -- she does not want this divorce.
[Knock on door]
Milo: Uh -- Dr. Winters?
Milo: She says she has an appointment.
Sonny: I got to --- hold on.
Stan: All right.
Sonny: Hey! I'm, well, sorry. I -- I forgot to call you and cancel because I can't do the session. I have meetings all day with, you know -- with Stan and other people and '
Lainey: Well, I'm sure whatever pressing business stan has can wait until after our session.
Stan: Or you could just reschedule.
Lainey: I'm the one with the appointment.
Sonny: Yeah, go.
Stan: Ahem. Well, I will get started on that project, and just give me a buzz when you're done with the dictator.
Sonny: Let me know when -- when it's done, okay?
Stan: Will do.
Sonny: Here you go.
Lainey: Thank you.
Sonny: Getting a little pushy there with the sessions.
Lainey: Well, if you want out of therapy, prove to me that you can handle your latest breakup with Carly.
Jason: Oh. Why were you sleeping down here?
Sam: Oh. I was waiting up for you.
Jason: Oh, yeah. I'm -- I'm sorry. One of our shipments got held up at customs and I kind of got restless waiting around for it, so I just jumped on my bike and went for a ride to clear my head.
Sam: Good. Did it help?
Sam: Jason, it's only been a few weeks since Alan died. It'll get easier, I promise you that.
Jason: Well, why were you waiting up?
Sam: Good question. I wanted to apologize to you because the last thing you need right now is for the press to show up at the coffee shop.
Jason: You don't -- you don't have to worry about that stuff. I mean, this is what you want, right?
Sam: Yeah -- I don't know. I mean, what you don't need is for you and Sonny to have publicity or -- or people taking pictures of you. I mean, I really want to do this, I think. I don't know, maybe I should quit. I don't know. I think I want to do this, Jason, sometimes, but the show hasn't even started yet and I am already having nightmares.
Lucky: You okay?
Maxie: Why wouldn't I be?
Lucky: Well, I know it must be hard seeing a cop come through here with an injury like that -- especially today.
Maxie: I'm surprised you remember.
Lucky: Jesse was my partner. I don't think I'll ever forget the day we lost him.
Maxie: I still miss him.
Lucky: I wish there was something I could do to help.
Maxie: Well, he's dead and there's nothing you can do or say to bring him back, so --
Lucky: Well, maybe not, but I can do my best to honor his memory.
Maxie: Not like me, though, right? I mean, I was supposed to love him, and instead I kissed you on his grave -- some loyalty, huh?
Lucky: We both made a lot of mistakes last summer.
Maxie: I'm not saying what I did was right. Faking a pregnancy and a miscarriage is sad and twisted, but it's nothing compared to what Elizabeth's doing to you.
Lucky: Maxie, I'm not going to do this.
Maxie: I'm worried about you, Lucky. It was really hard for you to get clean, and I would hate to see Elizabeth's lies ruin that.
Elizabeth: What lies?
Maxie: She doesn't love you. She just married you again to look good to her family and friends.
Elizabeth: Oh, you couldn't be more wrong.
Lucky: I know you're going through a lot right now, but taking it out on Elizabeth is not going to help.
Maxie: When are you going to see Elizabeth for who she really is? She doesn't love you -- she just feels sorry for you.
Elizabeth: Actually, I am in love with him, and I'm sorry if you can't accept that.
Maxie: People call me a convincing liar, but I've got nothing on you.
Tracy: Alan, stop pestering me or I will have to hire someone to have you exorcised.
Alan: You're the one who trapped me between this life and the next.
Tracy: Alan, nobody trapped you. You're just too stubborn to move on.
Alan: Given the choice, don't you think I'd rather be resting in peace?
Tracy: No. I think you'd rather make my life miserable.
Alan: Your misery is a definite perk.
Tracy: Alan, be gone or I will drive you out with garlic and holy water.
Alan: I'm a ghost, not a vampire.
Tracy: What you are is annoying! Now, get out!
Jax: Wow. Why is she yelling at the chair?
Alice: Miss Tracy's been doing that a lot lately. I'm getting really worried about her.
Tracy: Well, you're going to worry yourself right out of a job -- unless you mind your own business.
Jax: Wow. Don't be so hard on Alice. By the looks of things, she has every reason to be concerned.
Tracy: And why are you here?
Jax: It's about Alan's will.
Sonny: Deep in my heart, I know Carly doesn't love Jax. That's why I'm not going to sign the papers, so it gives me -- you know, it's going to take about, I don't know, months for the divorce to go through. That gives me time to show Carly that we belong together.
Lainey: But given the number of times you've tried and failed --
Sonny: Yeah '
Lainey: To make this relationship work, it's entirely possible that you don't belong with Carly.
Sonny: Well, the -- the marriage didn't work because I wasn't willing to change, but here I am -- taking my meds, right? Going to therapy. I haven't had a drink in months.
Lainey: There's no denying that you've made progress, Sonny. But there are still a couple of issues that you need to work through -- forgiveness, for one. You ended your marriage to Carly because she lied.
Lainey: She broke your trust and you couldn't get past it. What if something like that happens again?
Sonny: Forget betraying my trust. Carly just slept with Jax. Here I am, still fighting for our marriage. How's that for forgiveness?
[Knock on door]
Carly: Jason, it's me.
Jason: Okay, okay. Hey.
Carly: Hey. Wow. You look tired.
Jason: I was just --
Carly: Were you asleep?
Jason: No, I went for a ride. Oh.
Carly: I know you've been having a hard time since Alan's death. If you want to talk about it, you just let me know, okay?
Jason: You didn't come here to talk about me, so just tell me what you need.
Carly: Contrary to popular belief, I am capable to put other people's problems ahead of my own, you know.
Jason: I'm okay. What do you need?
Carly: I need a favor.
Jason: Not if it has anything to do with Sonny or Jax, Carly.
Carly: Oh, no, listen, listen. It is different this time.
Jason: It --
Carly: It is.
Jax: Edward called and asked if I would stop by.
Tracy: Why would my father need to talk to you about Alan's will?
Jax: Because your family is contesting it, and as Michael's trustee, thought that I should be consulted.
Alan: Ah, for once, my father's greed is working to my advantage. You better confess before they arrest you for fraud.
Jax: Is there something wrong with that chair?
Monica: Well, it was Alan's favorite, and if there's any justice in the world, he's sitting in it and haunting Tracy for what she's doing.
Alan: I'm trying my best.
Tracy: What is she doing here?
Skye: I was invited.
Tracy: By whom?
Dillon: Me. Grandfather said it was a family meeting.
Edward: Hey -- Skye isn't a member of this family. I told you that boy was a nincompoop. I want you out of my house.
Monica: It's my house, Edward.
Alan: I gave it to her.
Tracy: I don't care whose house it is! She has no business here!
Alice: Skye is still Mr. Alan's adopted daughter.
Alan: Oh, thank you, Alice.
Tracy: Will both of you shut up?
Dillon: Mom, both of who? Who are you talking to -- are you feeling all right?
Monica: Could we just get back to the subject, please? Edward and I are filing to have Alan's will put aside. Now, if Skye wants to join in as a co-complainant, she's more than welcome.
Tracy: Oh, I get it. You're joining forces with the woman that killed Alan so you can contest his will.
Skye: I did not kill Alan.
Alan: Will you stop blaming Skye? My heart condition was not her fault.
Tracy: She withheld information that would've ended the hostage crisis, and for that, she should be rewarded with Alan's money?
Edward: You know, I think that Tracy makes a valid point. If we do contest Alan's will and Skye gets any part of his assets, I think the will should be left as it stands. I really do.
Monica: Oh, Edward --
[All arguing with each other]
Det. Rodriguez: Hey.
Lucky: Hey. Did you catch the perp?
Det. Rodriguez: No, not yet. How's Brad doing?
Lucky: He's still in surgery.
Det. Rodriguez: Did they say how long it's going to take?
Lucky: No -- hey. How is he?
Elizabeth: Well, Dr. Morucci got the bullet out, but we won't know the extent of the damage until he wakes up.
Lucky: So he's going to live?
[Det. Rodriguez sighs]
Det. Rodriguez: Oh, thanks to you.
Lucky: No, I was just following procedure.
Det. Rodriguez: Oh, no. If you were, you would've waited for backup.
Lucky: I had you, didn't I?
Det. Rodriguez: You should've seen this guy. Brad was pinned down, bleeding in the back of the warehouse. Lucky ran in, drew the perp's fire away so I could drag him out of there. The only reason he's still alive is because you were willing to put your own life on the line.
Sonny: Carly's afraid of getting hurt -- again. She -- you know, I mean, I don't blame her because every time she opens her heart, I end up hurting her, so she doesn't want to take that chance again, so she's doing everything she can now to push me away.
Lainey: I'm surprised you're being so understanding about this.
Sonny: Well, I'm -- hey, you know, I -- I got to be honest with you. Sometimes I feel this anger and it's -- builds up. But I don't act on it -- you know why I don't act on it? Because I want my family back.
Lainey: There's a possibility Carly won't change her mind about the divorce. Are you prepared to deal with that?
Sonny: Well, you know, Carly -- she still loves me. She just needs time to work through her fear.
Carly: I know -- I know I told you I was through with Sonny and Jax, and I wanted to be. I mean, I really thought I was. But it turns out that Jax and Alexis didn't sleep together. I -- it -- she got caught in the rain and -- the point is Jax was just helping a friend who had cancer and I should've been a little more understanding. Are you going to say something? Will you please say something?
Jason: What do you want me to say? I'm going to say what I always say at this point -- "Carly, it is your life and you can do whatever you want to do."
Carly: Yeah. Sonny doesn't see it that way, so I need you to tell him to back off so he doesn't ruin things with me and Jax -- please.
Jason: No, if you have a problem with Sonny, you need to talk to him.
Carly: Come on, Jason. Hasn't there been something that you want to tell Sam, but you can't because you're so afraid you're going to hurt her?
Amelia: Great, we'll see you then.
Amelia: You're late. The shoot was supposed to start 20 minutes ago.
Sam: I am so sorry. I overslept.
Amelia: Well, then why do you still look so exhausted? See what you can do about the circles under her eyes. I'm going to get you some coffee.
Sam: No, I'm -- I'm fine, really.
Amelia: Well, "fine" isn't good enough. These pictures are going to be on billboards and buses across the country. You need to project a powerful, proactive image. Our viewers want to see someone who is vibrant and engaging. We've got some work to do.
Man: You filthy slut!
Sam: Hey, get your hands off me.
Amelia: Would you give us a minute? Is everything all right?
Sam: I'm sorry, I shouldn't have snapped like that.
Amelia: If you have a problem with David, we can '
Sam: No, look, it's not him. It's not him -- I -- I -- I didn't get enough sleep last night.
Amelia: Well, I'm not surprised after the day you had. I mean, although I think it's great publicity, your boyfriend didn't seem too happy when the press showed up at the coffeehouse.
Sam: No. Jason is a very private person.
Amelia: Yeah, he's going to have to get over that. You're a public figure now, Sam. People are going to want to know everything they can about you.
Sam: What if I decided that all this publicity isn't worth my privacy?
Amelia: I thought that you wanted to make a difference. As the host of this show, you can. I mean, each week, you'll have the opportunity to help millions of people. When our viewers see you on the screen showing them how to be a hero and not a victim, they'll feel empowered.
Sam: Okay, but why does it have to be me?
Amelia: You know why. You're strong, self-assured, and a survivor. Most people wouldn't have been able to get out of that hotel, they wouldn't have known what to do, they would have given up. But you found a way out, and you helped save at least a dozen lives. And who knows -- something that you do on this show could maybe save a dozen more. And you know, even if it doesn't, you'll get a whole new wardrobe out of it. What could be better than that?
Sam: Whew. You are right. You're right. This is an amazing opportunity, and I'm not going to blow it.
Jason: This has nothing to do with Sam, okay? So quit trying to use her to put me in the middle of you and Sonny.
Carly: I'm not. You're the one that convinced me to marry Sonny. I think you should have to help me end this marriage.
Jason: I'm the one who took you to the Dominican Republic.
Carly: Well, that didn't work.
Jason: Well, you didn't want to wait the six months. I'm going to support whatever decision that you want to make, Carly, but if it's ending it with Sonny, you're going to have to be the one to tell him.
Carly: Every single time I look at him, Jason, he sucks me back in. I think about us and the boys and how great it would be to be a family again, and I know in my head -- I know in my head that Sonny and I can never stay happy for long, but in my heart, it would be so easy to try again and forget about every single reason why we shouldn't be together. Now, has that ever happened to you?
Jason: Yeah, I guess.
Carly: Really? What did you do?
Jason: I thought about what would be best for the people I loved, and tried to do it.
Jax: As Michael's trustee, I have no reason to contest the will on his behalf. The bequest seems to be in keeping with what Alan would have wanted for his grandson.
Alan: That's because Luke was smart enough to leave the paragraph about Michael intact.
Alice: You know, I'm with Jax on this one. I think we should just let the will stand as it is.
Skye: Yeah, that's because you're the only one that got anything out of it.
Edward: Well, you didn't exactly come away empty-handed. Alan gave you Lila's ruby ring, when it really belonged to the granddaughter that she cherished.
Monica: Edward's right.
Monica: The one who is really getting cheated of this is Emily.
Tracy: Well, obviously, Emily doesn't feel that way, or she'd be here contesting the will herself.
Monica: Well, Emily may not want the money, but I'll be damned if I'm going to let it go to Skye.
Dillon: I'm sorry, is this some kind of joke? Are you all really holding that much of a grudge that you're going to let my mother get away with grand larceny?
Edward: Have you learned nothing during your years in this house? It is far better that Alan's estate stay here within the family, rather than to fall in the hands of some outsider.
Tracy: Good. It's settled. The will stands.
Skye: I am more than capable of contesting this will on my own, if only for the satisfaction of dragging all you hyenas into court.
Alan: That's my girl.
Tracy: Will you shut up? What? I just don't want to hear any more of Skye's empty threats.
Skye: There's nothing empty about them. One way or another, you're all going to pay.
Jax: Well, I believe that concludes this meeting. Been a pleasure, as always.
Edward: I didn't even want to have the meeting in the first place.
Alice: This is not over.
Alan: What has Skye ever done to deserve your vindictiveness?
Tracy: She's a grifter. She pretended to love you, the poor fatherless waif. Never mind that she's a grown woman whose family of origin had already thrown her out. You took her in, Alan. And she repaid your kindness by allowing you to walk into that hotel. She made a fool of you, Alan.
Dillon: Mom? Uncle Alan is dead.
Tracy: I know your Uncle Alan's dead, sweetheart.
Dillon: Yeah? Well, why are you talking to him like he's sitting right in this chair?
Tracy: Get up! Don't ever sit in that chair ever again.
Alan: Because your mother's afraid I'm going to possess you. But don't worry -- if I ever figure out how that works '
Alan: I am going to possess someone that will harass your mother till
Tracy: Will you shut up? Or I will have that chair taken outside and have the gardener burn it!
Dillon: Oh. You -- you -- you think Alan is sitting in this chair? Right here, don't you?
Alan: Go on. Tell him how your greed got me stuck here.
Tracy: Grief is a very powerful emotion.
Dillon: So is guilt!
Tracy: I have no guilt!
Dillon: You have no guilt? I know that you forged Alan's will, so you seeing him sitting here -- that's your conscience telling you to confess.
Tracy: I have no conscience!
Dillon: Okay, good point. But people who talk to furniture should not be left to be the CEOs of big corporations like ELQ, so if you don't want to be voted out --
Tracy: Oh. Why don't you get to the point? What do you want?
Dillon: To date Lulu without any interference from you.
Tracy: Are you insane?
Dillon: I'm not the one talking to a chair.
Alan: Taking advantage of his mother's unstable behavior in order to get permission to date his own stepsister? You must be so proud.
Stan: Hey, Mom, what's up? What's the emergency?
Epiphany: Where were you at 10:50 this morning?
Stan: I was working, why?
Epiphany: Don't you give me that. Did you or did you not open fire on a police officer?
Stan: What? Wait, wait -- somebody shot a cop? What are you --
Epiphany: Don't you play with me, Stanford. If you know who put a bullet in that poor man's head, you better start talking now.
Stan: What -- no, wait. Hold on, hold on. Mom, look, at 10:50 this morning, I was at Sonny's office discussing a labor strike at Metro Court. So, you know, whoever it was, it wasn't me, I didn't shoot a cop, and it definitely wasn't any of Sonny's people, either.
Epiphany: Is that what you are? One of Sonny's people?
Stan: Oh, mom, come on. Come on. Let's --
Epiphany: You should be ashamed of yourself, working for a gangster when you have such a brilliant mind.
Stan: Mom -- Mom, no --
Epiphany: You should be '
Lainey: Oh, I'm so sorry to interrupt, but I need the Parr file. Would you mind?
Epiphany: Not at all. And while I'm getting that, maybe you can talk some sense into my fool-headed son.
Stan: You know, mom, I don't think that Dr. Winters actually has time to make small talk with me, so let's just get her the file so she can be on her way, please.
Lainey: Thank you.
Epiphany: What is wrong with you? Lainey is a beautiful, accomplished woman. Would it kill you to be polite to her?
Stan: Actually, it would.
Maxie: So, do you think you could talk Max into letting you off early tonight?
Maxie: I don't know. I want to go out drinking, dancing. You do dance, don't you?
Coop: Not if I can help it.
Maxie: Well, tonight, you dance. I guess just talk to Max and let me know.
Coop: Hey, are you okay?
Maxie: What are you talking about? I have a great job in an upscale boutique, I get a discount on amazing clothes, and I have a cute boy around who I can blackmail into doing about anything I want because he held me hostage in a vault.
Coop: What's wrong?
Maxie: Look, I'm going to keep your secret, okay? I'm not going to tell anyone you were the gunmen, especially my dad. So you can do whatever you want. You can go to the academy, become a cop. But don't expect me to waste time sitting around crying if you get shot in the head, because once you're gone, I'm going to move on to the next guy. That's the type of shallow person that I am.
Coop: All right. Now tell me, what is going on with you?
Skye: That shipment has to land as scheduled. I don't care what Sonny is saying. He'd like to think this organization is weak, but I'm about to prove otherwise. Now call me as soon as the arrangements have been finalized.
Jax: Please tell me you're not actually thinking about going up against Sonny.
Carly: I really don't want to fight.
Sonny: I don't -- I don't want to fight.
Carly: I'm asking you to call off the strike.
Sonny: The union filed for grievance.
Carly: We both know this is about forcing me to negotiate with you. You told me you were going to do it, and I'm asking you not to. Sonny, it's not fair. It's not fair to the employees that are about to walk out for no reason. It's also not fair to the other hotel staff that's about to lose their jobs. And it's especially not fair to you and me, because our problems can't be fixed with some union contract negotiation.
Sonny: You're right.
Carly: So you're going to call off the strike?
Sonny: I'm just running out of options. And I don't want to involve the kids. You got the marble for your wine bar, and -- how else am I supposed to spend time with you?
Jason: Is something wrong?
Elizabeth: How could you tell?
Jason: I don't know -- you seem to come down here to decompress when something bad happens at work.
Elizabeth: Yeah, well, the fresh air seems to help.
Jason: It does for me, too. You want -- want to talk about it?
Elizabeth: No, it -- it really wouldn't be fair -- no.
Jason: Try me.
Elizabeth: A cop was just brought in with a gunshot wound to the head. Lucky put himself in the line of fire so Rodriguez could grab the cop and drag him away.
Jason: Was -- was Lucky hurt?
Elizabeth: No. No, but I -- I feel like a hypocrite, because I promised you that this child would be better off with me and Lucky, because our lives were safer, and now I've just realized that Lucky's job is almost as dangerous as yours.
Coop: Sometimes when you see violence -- you know, people shot and dying -- it comes back to you out of nowhere. I mean, you -- you're fine, and then you're not. Is that what happened?
Maxie: I still remember what Jesse looked like lying there in the grass. He was quiet and still, kind of like he was sleeping. And then I saw the blood, and I knew what was happening. But I didn't want to believe it. I just sat there screaming for him to wake up, but he never did. Jesse was a good person. And he deserved the best. All he got was me.
Coop: Why would you say that?
Maxie: If I really loved him, I would have honored his memory. Instead, I trashed my life. What a tribute, really. He would be proud.
Coop: Why do you blame yourself for living?
Jax: Well, hold on a second. Are you running Lorenzo's business now?
Skye: Somebody has to.
Jax: Don't throw your life away, which is exactly what you'd be doing if you get into his business any deeper. Skye, for your sake and your child's, get out before the mob destroys you.
Skye: I can't.
Jax: Look what happened to Carly. Okay? Look at the hell she went through. Don't let that happen to you.
Carly: Spending time together isn't going to change anything.
Sonny: I disagree.
Carly: Because you're not listening to me.
Sonny: No, I'm a -- I'm a proud man, you know that. Some people may say I'm too proud, so -- to stand here listening to you tell me that there's no hope for us -- it's very difficult for me. Because I know that I -- that I -- that I affect you. And you want to give in. I -- I can -- I can feel it. Unless what I'm just -- you know, I'm just making this up. You know, I'm not seeing things correct, well --
Carly: You get to me. You always get to me. That doesn't mean we should be together.
Sonny: You're afraid of our past, and you don't want to make the same mistakes. I -- I understand. But you know what? I mean -- okay, making a decision based on -- hey. Making a decision based on fear is not -- is not the way to go. Jason tells you to count to 10, doesn't he?
Sonny: Well, that's what I'm telling you to do. Count to 10. And then, let the fear pass and see where that takes us. I mean, I may -- you know, I mean -- I'd love to take you on a date instead of this union negotiation, but that's -- it's -- I don't have anything left.
Carly: I went on a date with Jax.
Sonny: You said you didn't -- he's not part of this. The -- the divorce is, you know -- you're going to go through with it, no matter what. So maybe it's best you just -- can you -- I don't -- I don't want to hear his name --
Carly: I think you have to stop doing this.
Carly: You have to stop doing this.
Sonny: You have -- you have to stop. You have to stop running from this.
Carly: Call a strike if you want, it's not going to change anything.
Sonny: No, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.
Carly: I got to go.
Photographer: Very nice, very nice. How about something with your arms crossed? It's okay to smile, you know?
Sam: Sorry, I just --
Sam: I've never done this before.
Photographer: Well, you just relax, have some fun. I'll take care of the rest, okay?
Photographer: All right.
David: She's got a great look.
Amelia: Brilliant and brave. It's a perfect combination for our audience. Men are going to want her; women are going to want to be just like her.
Man: Amelia, I have that research that you asked for.
Amelia: Could you put a little powder on Sam's forehead? She looks a little shiny. What did you find?
Man: Another picture of Susan Curtis, who looks just like Sam.
Amelia: Have you found anything on the other name I gave you? Linda Powell?
Man: Not yet.
Amelia: Keep digging. There has to be a picture of her somewhere.
Singer: Yeah, yeah, yeah the girl has got it bad this is all around baby, from town to town
Jason: Are you with Lucky because you thought his work was less dangerous than mine?
Elizabeth: No. I love him. But when I think about that cop and how easily it could have been Lucky, it just scares me. No one ever wants to think that anything bad could happen to their husband, and I pray to God that it won't, but sometimes the fear just sneaks up on you. Oh '
Jason: What, are you -- are you okay?
Elizabeth: Yeah. This baby keeps kicking me in my ribs. Do you -- do you want to -- do you want to feel him?
Jason: If you don't mind -- yeah, if it's all -- it's okay.
Elizabeth: Yeah. Here. Do you feel that?
Jason: That was -- that was a strong one.
Elizabeth: Couple of days ago I had an ultrasound. The baby literally kicked right against the paddle.
Jason: I wish I could have seen that.
Elizabeth: Well, I could get you a copy.
Jason: No, no, you don't have to -- you don't have to do that.
Elizabeth: No, it would be -- just knowing that I was doing something to make this okay for you, it would make me feel better.
Jason: As -- as long as you and the baby are happy, I'm okay. Huh.
Elizabeth: Huh. I think our baby's saying hi to you.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Carly: Save your breath. How dare you show your face in my hotel.
Nikolas: How long do you expect this arrangement to last?
Patrick: How is it living at Wyndemere? Everything you thought it would be?
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