General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 4/11/07
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[Woman sings in French]
Dillon: Hey, Popsicle -- whoa -- Popsicle, hey.
Georgie: Uh, Dillon, I am so sorry.
Dillon: No, no, it's okay.
Georgie: There you are. Wow. Wow, this is -- this is amazing, Dillon.
Georgie: It's for Lulu, isn't it?
[Knock on door]
Lulu: Love sucks, Jason, and you're living proof.
Amelia: This is the part of how to escape a home invasion where you'll be confronted by the intruder. We'll cover possible escape routes and how you can defend yourself.
Man: I paid to sleep with you just like I paid to sleep with any streetwalker.
Sam: No! No!
Amelia: Are you okay?
Sam: Yeah, I'm fine, I'm fine. This -- ahem -- this room just reminds me of a place that I used to live in.
Carly: Hey, Michael and Morgan, get down here! We're going for pizza!
Michael: Hey, Mom. Whoa -- you look pretty.
Carly: Thank you.
Michael: You -- you think we could maybe play the video games at the pizza parlor?
Carly: No. No TV, no computer games, nothing. You know why? Because you locked your father and I in the basement, that's why.
Michael: Well, maybe we could do extra chores, like make your bed, clean the kitchen?
Carly: No, no, no, no. You know what? You're so lucky that I'm not making you eat lima beans or brussels sprouts.
Carly: Hmm. Let's go.
Michael: Come on.
Carly: Outside, outside --
Reporter: Mrs. Corinthos, how do you feel about your husband buying his mistress, Sam McCall, a TV career?
Carly: Get off my property. Get out of here. Watch out, boys.
Carly: No, no, no, watch out.
Michael: Uh --
Carly: Oh, this is great.
Carly: Sonny? There are reporters outside of my house asking me why my husband is buying his mistress, Sam McCall, a television career.
Michael: Uh -- Mom?
Carly: One second, sweetie. I don't care. I don't care where you are or what you're doing. Sonny, you get rid of them, or I'm going to go out there and give them my opinion. Do you understand me? Okay, what? What?
Michael: Uh, Morgan wants to know what -- what a mistress is.
Reporter: Mr. Jacks, do you have a comment about Sam McCall�s new career?
Jax: I didn't realize we were having a garden party.
Maxie: Are you studying for the police exam?
Coop: Yeah, I feel like I'm back at school -- and I wasn't a good student.
Maxie: Oh, relax; you're going to do fine.
Coop: Yeah, that's easy for you to say. I mean, I'm the one that's got all this to memorize. Ugh -- and I've got to pass this test.
Maxie: You say it like your life depends on it.
Coop: I want to be a cop.
Maxie: Coop, you've already served your country, you have nothing to prove.
Coop: I'd be doing something that mattered -- you know, protecting the citizens and keeping the peace? All right, maybe it sounds stupid, but, I mean, this is important to me.
Maxie: It doesn't sound stupid. It sounds honorable.
Coop: If you don't want to date another cop, I'll understand.
Maxie: My dad is a cop, so it's a part of my life whether you're in it or not.
Coop: Your dad is the police commissioner. I mean, it's not like he's patrolling the streets.
Maxie: Okay, you want me to be honest? No, I am not crazy about your choice of a career, but I like you, so I'll put up with it. And I'll support you. I'll even help you.
Coop: You don't have to do anything about the test.
Maxie: I already told you -- I guarantee you'll pass. I'll prove it.
Dillon: See ya.
Georgie: No, no, Dillon -- listen, I'm sorry -- thank you.
[Woman sings in French]
Georgie: We've -- we've broken up and I -- you know what? I'm just glad to see that you're moving on, and it makes sense that it would be, you know, with Lulu. You guys are both, um --
Dillon: Yeah -- I mean, yeah, totally, because, you know, I'm -- I'm interested -- kind of interested --
Dillon: You know, and we'll see what happens. Milo and Spinelli are both interested, too, and we had to, like, pick a number to see who got the first date, and I got the highest number, so I get the first date.
Georgie: Congratulations. That's -- that's great.
Dillon: Yeah, yeah. I mean, Lulu's not looking for anything serious right now, you know, so, um, we'll just -- you know, we'll just see, so --
Georgie: Win her heart, Dillon.
Dillon: Right, yeah, win her heart --
Dillon: Win her heart. I'm totally rambling right now.
Georgie: No, no, no, Dillon, it -- it's okay. You know, we -- we thought we were going to be together forever, and I guess we were just too young to really know what "forever" meant, and -- you know?
Dillon: Still don't know what "forever" means.
Georgie: You know, Dillon, I -- I think we fell in love in the first place because we were able to tell each other everything, and we understood each other. So I guess my point to that is, I just hope we can still be friends through all this?
Dillon: Yeah, me, too. Me, too.
Georgie: Paris, right? Like a bistro on the Seine?
Dillon: Yes. Yes, exactly. Does it -- yes.
Dillon: I mean -- yeah. Yeah, that's -- that's what i it is.
Georgie: Uh -- Dillon, it is really, really romantic. I'm sure Lulu's going to love it. Come on, Popsicle.
Dillon: Uh �
Jason: Spinelli's not here right now.
Lulu: I -- I didn't come to see Spinelli. I'm not supposed to see him until after my date with Dillon, which I am completely dreading.
Jason: I thought you liked Dillon.
Lulu: I -- I do, I do. And last summer I was absolutely crazy about him, and if I knew he was planning this romantic date back then, I would've had a goofy smile on my face and I would've been planning what I was going to wear and what I was going to say, but this time it just feels wrong.
Lulu: Because I don't want Dillon to love me -- I don't want anybody to love me. Love just ruins everything.
Jason: And you came here to tell me that?
Lulu: I -- no, I came here because I am confused, and I you could make me feel better because, you know, you are in no position to judge or take sides.
Jason: Yeah, you're right about that. Um -- you know, people get to make their own decisions.
Lulu: Yeah, but people can ask for advice. Jason, you -- you slept with Elizabeth because you thought things were over with you and Sam, and then things just unfolded and -- and you tried your best, but now you're in this miserable place.
Jason: I'm -- I'm not miserable.
Lulu: Oh, you're not? Okay, you're -- you're driving your motorcycle at insane speeds in the middle of the night, falling and hurting yourself, and all you can think about is the baby that you're giving up, am I right?
Jason: If you're worried that I'm going to change my mind, I am not.
Lulu: No, no, no, no. I know. I'm just saying, from what I've seen, it's like loving someone is asking them to suffer. I look at you, and -- and I don't want to go down that road again.
Amelia: You used to live in a place like this?
Sam: The furniture is almost exactly the same.
Amelia: Well, the house was empty when we booked it for the shoot, so we rented most of the furniture.
Sam: It's just so weird.
Amelia: I gather it brings up bad memories.
Sam: What makes you say that?
Amelia: Well, you're tense, edgy.
Sam: Oh, I am? I'm so sorry. I'm just -- I'm really tired, I guess. We've -- we've been going since 4:00 in the morning and -- um -- I'm -- I'm sorry. You've drug me into this whole thing kicking and screaming, not that I'm complaining -- I am loving every minute of it. I just -- I will get my second wind, don't worry.
Amelia: Hmm. Oh, I'm not worried, Sam. I know you can turn it on whenever you need to.
Sam: Do you mind if I take a minute?
Amelia: Yeah, sure, take as long as you want. Craft service has coffee and snacks.
Sam: Thank you.
Det. Rodriguez: Here's the police academy test and the list of recruits taking it.
Mac: Good. Let's hope we get some good cops in this batch. We need them.
Det. Rodriguez: I got a feeling Sonny's going to be upping the stakes now that alcazar's out of commission.
Mac: There's increased activity on the waterfront?
Det. Rodriguez: It's been quiet, but Sonny's still getting his shipments in.
Maxie: Hi, Dad.
Mac: Hi, sweetheart.
Maxie: Call me wonderful -- I baked some brownies for Port Charles' finest.
Mac: Well, look at that -- that's very thoughtful. Thank you.
Maxie: Well, you should take some down to booking before they start complaining. Brownies, you guys, come on.
Mac: Brownies. Okay.
Mac: Hey, hey -- where do you think you're going?
Maxie: To the little girls' room -- I didn't think I still needed to ask.
Det. Rodriguez: How the years pass by, huh, chief?
Mac: Okay, okay. I'll see you back at home.
Milo: How do we keep Lulu from falling for Dillon?
Spinelli: We interrupt the date before film guy has a chance to take an unfair advantage.
Milo: How are we supposed to interrupt without Lulu getting mad?
Spinelli: Okay, uh, yesterday I emailed film guy a Trojan horse, okay? A -- a picture embedded with a program so I can see all the I.M.s that he sends out.
Milo: That's cheating.
Spinelli: Okay, maybe, but I'm sure Dillon I.M.'d Lulu a confirmation of their meeting place.
Spinelli: Dude -- dude, we're wasting time! He's weaving his evil web as we speak. Come on!
Milo: Surely Lulu I.M.'d Dillon back -- I mean, we'd be invading her privacy.
Spinelli: I know, I know. I do not want to anger the Blond One, but -- look, Film Guy hurt her so badly, it's my duty to protect her.
Milo: Your duty?
Georgie: Don't tell me you guys are sitting here waiting for your chance to date Lulu?
Milo: We all get a fair chance.
Georgie: Well, Dillon�s not playing fair. He's at the Overlook right now, doing something so wonderful and romantic, Lulu can't help but fall head over heels in love.
Lulu: Okay, um, so name one time that love actually worked out.
Jason: My grandmother and grandfather.
Lulu: Are you kidding? Anybody who's lived in the Quartermaines' knows that Edward was constantly cheating on Lila. She was a saint to put up with it. She must've been miserable the whole time.
Jason: Okay, well, whatever they went through, they loved each other their whole lives.
Lulu: Yeah, yeah, okay, so did my parents. But love did not save my mom from losing her mind, love left my dad permanently bitter with one foot out the door. I mean, that's just the way that it always happens -- you -- you open your heart to someone and you trust them completely, and then something goes wrong. I mean, I don't know -- they fail you, or you fail them, or tragedy strikes, and -- and you're left with this horrible pain and the loss of whatever you had between you guys in the first place.
Jason: I -- I think that you're really assuming the worst.
Lulu: Because that is the way it is. I don't know, I -- my mom says that love will find you, and it's on time whether you're ready or not, but I -- I don't know if I will ever be ready for all that.
Jason: Well, I think you can handle a lot.
Lulu: Maybe. But I'd rather not find out. I got to go -- I'm meeting Dillon. He asked me to wear a white dress, which already makes me nervous.
Jax: I couldn't help but notice you've got a small army of reporters on your front porch. Would you like me to get rid of them for you?
Carly: Guess what they want to know -- how I feel about my husband, Sonny, paying for his mistress, Sam McCall�s, TV career.
Carly: And Morgan now wants to know what a mistress is. You know, I don't know who to kill first -- Sonny or Sam. It's not because I'm jealous of Sam, because Sonny was over Sam a long time ago.
Jax: Right, but you hate that -- that Sam was ever with Sonny.
Carly: You're damn right I do.
Carly: I know everyone makes mistakes -- God knows I've made my share -- and everything's that happened between me and Sam, you know, it's water under the bridge.
Jax: Well, that's good, right?
Carly: Yeah, but, you know, you have to admit she's pretty calculating. She used you to get herself set up here in Port Charles, promptly dumped you, attached herself to Sonny. Next thing you know, she's moving in with Jason right across the hall so she can flaunt her expanding belly in front of my entire family!
Jax: But it's water under the bridge?
Carly: Yes, because, you know, Jason is happy with her for the most part, but if you think that I've forgotten what happened between her and Sonny, I have not, okay? I haven�t.
Jax: Okay. How -- how are you going to be with Sonny's future girlfriends? Are you going to be jealous and possessive of them, too?
Carly: I want the divorce.
Jax: I know that Sonny will always be important to you, and I've told you that I can handle that part -- I don't want you to hide that from me. But if you're going to be jealous of his future girlfriends -- or future wife -- then I'm definitely going to have a problem with that.
Carly: I'm moving on. I'm moving on. I am. I'm not going to be some hypocrite. I'm not going to tell Sonny that he can't do the same. His life is his own and he should do what he wants with it. But I'm telling you right now, it drives me crazy when it's thrown in my kids' face that Sam used to be his mistress. There's no reason to yell at Sonny because there's nothing he can do about it.
Jax: Sonny can't, but I can.
Mac: You really thought this could work?
Maxie: Bringing you brownies?
Mac: To soften me up so I'd give you your car back?
Maxie: Oh, Dad, I'm saving up my own money to get a car. I don't need you to pay my way.
Mac: I like your attitude.
Maxie: Well, you've been great, but it's time I stand on my own two feet, and I'm really getting there. I mean, I'm enjoying my job at the boutique, and I'm not spending too much of my paycheck on clothes.
Mac: Good for you.
Maxie: I'm actually managing to put some of my money in my savings account, so you don't have to worry about me.
Mac: Hey, you know, I will always worry about you, sweetheart. But I'm glad to see you're doing so good.
Mac: Commissioner Scorpio. Yeah, Detective, you're on the case.
Det. Rodriguez: Maxie? Thanks for the brownies.
Maxie: My pleasure.
[French music plays]
Lulu: Uh -- Dillon?
Dillon: Hey. Hi.
Dillon: Oh, God, you look -- you look beautiful.
Lulu: Thank you.
[Woman sings in French]
Lulu: Um -- what is all of this?
Dillon: Um, I have created an -- an atmosphere -- a mise en scene, if you will.
Lulu: A -- a what?
Dillon: Um -- it's a -- creating a -- a scene -- anyway, in this case, Paris.
Lulu: Uh-huh. Oh, okay.
Dillon: Yeah. Um, can you do me a favor? Can you close your eyes for a second?
Dillon: Just try to picture this. So it's you and me, right, and we're -- we're strolling along the Seine. We're stopping at Pont Neuf, and we're just admiring the water, and it's -- it's glowing like gold and it's glistening, and the sun is -- is melting in the horizon. And the Louvre is behind us, and it's just basking in a reflective glow.
Dillon: And -- yeah, cool. "Cool." And we're just -- you know, all of our senses -- we're taking in the sights and the sounds that inspired Picasso and -- and Hemingway and --
Lulu: Um, Dill�.
Dillon: You're not seeing any of this, are you?
Lulu: Well, I -- no, I -- I don't want to ruin the mood or anything, but we're -- we're not on the banks of the seine. We're, you know, on the hillsides of Port Charles. So can we just -- can we be ourselves?
Jason: You just missed Lulu.
Spinelli: Did she change her mind? Did she come here to tell me that she's not going out with Film Guy after all?
Jason: No. She actually just left to get ready.
Spinelli: You know, it's not -- it's not that he's an evil dude. He's just not -- he's just not worthy of the blond one, and besides, he's her stepbrother and it's quasi-incestuous. But even worse -- even worse, he hurt Lulu so badly last summer that she's afraid to open up her heart again. But, I mean, she -- she told you all that, right?
Jason: What she tells me is private.
Spinelli: Right. Right. No I respect that, I -- I respect everything about the blond one. She is the one plus ultra of awesomeness, and the thing is she doesn't even know it, and that's what's the part that -- that's the part that makes her so astonishing, is that she --
Jason: Spinelli, I -- you know, I got so much work to catch up on.
Spinelli: No, and I don't -- I don't mean to interrupt you, I really don't -- but, actually, I kind of do, but it'll be just really quick. I just need -- please, I need your help -- again.
Jason: With what?
Spinelli: Just some pearls of wisdom. How do I get fair Lulu to choose me?
Jason: I mean, you and Lulu are friends -- that's half the battle. You're going to -- you're going to figure this out.
Spinelli: No, no, no, I won't, I won't, I won't, I've tried. I'm completely lost, I am. I -- listen, remember, you told me to listen? I did, I did, I did, I did. But it's -- it's going to take more than listening -- at least -- at least for me. You know -- let's face it, you are lethalness personified. Remember, you took that -- you can level evil dudes with a single punch.
Jason: Spinelli, don't start that, okay, please?
Spinelli: You did, at the Metro Court, in the hostage crisis? That guy walked through the door and it was bam -- lights out.
Jason: He didn't see it coming.
Spinelli: That's what I'm saying! The -- you have -- it's not that easy for me. It's -- I don't have your steely glare, or muscles big enough to fit in your average air duct, and I'm not comfortable --
Jason: Okay, stop, stop. What -- what do you want me to tell you right now?
Spinelli: Samantha, Elizabeth, Carly -- okay, they all love you in their own amazing way. How do you do it? I mean, it can't be -- it can't be that you just simply listen, right, so what is it? What is it, what is that thing? What -- what is the secret of your mojo?
Man's voice: Bitch �
Sam's voice: No!
Man: You're lying from the start.
Sam: Please --
Man: Shut that mouth, shut it!
Sam: Don't -- no! No!
Man: I own you. I bought and paid for you just like I bought and paid for this! You think you can steal from me and get away with it? You're not taking one more thing that's mine!
Sam: Don't -- don't call me that.
Sam: Why did you just call me "Angela"?
Amelia: You said that name in your sleep right before you woke up screaming. Are you all right?
Sam: Wow. I must be a little bit more wound up than I thought. I am so sorry for snapping at you.
Amelia: No, no problem. Who is this Angela anyway?
Sam: Ahem -- yeah. Someone I used to know. I just -- you know, I -- I dozed off, and I guess I was dreaming a little bit -- you know, when you put little bits and pieces of memories and you patch them together? It was just a bad dream. I'm so sorry.
Amelia: It's all right, it's been an exhausting day. Why don't you go headed home, and we'll finish up tomorrow.
Sam: No, no, really, it's okay.
Amelia: It's going to take us another hour at least to fix the lighting, so --
Sam: Oh, that's -- I -- I appreciate your concern, I really do, but I'm fine. It was just a bad dream. It's over.
Jason: My only advice is be honest with Lulu.
Spinelli: Well, do you mean because -- I mean, because you weren't completely honest with Sam? Well, I'm -- you know, I'm not saying that you lie to her or anything. I'm just saying that you don't -- you don't reveal all your secrets.
Spinelli: That -- oh, my -- you're mysterious. Yes, you're mysterious, you're -- you're brooding, you're -- you're burdened with -- with secret pain, and these women -- these women want to be the light that takes you out of the darkness.
Jason: Spinelli, you need to learn how to quit while you're ahead, okay?
Spinelli: I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I don't -- I don't mean to mock. I know -- I'm sorry. You -- I know why you went -- giving up your baby has put you through hell, but, you know, all is not lost. You -- you have Samantha to, you know, to take care of you and --
Jason: Okay, Spinelli --
Spinelli: Wait -- wait, I think I get it. You go -- you go into your soul, deep -- deep into your soul, right, and you -- you find that -- that deep torment --
Spinelli: Torment, torment, torment, torment --
Jason: What are you doing?
Spinelli: Finding -- if I can get Lulu to see that I need her to take care of "me," she will run away from the film guy!
Spinelli: She will run away from the film guy.
Jason: Okay -- stay there. Yeah? All right, Stan, I'm on my way.
Spinelli: Oh -- okay, well, thank you, thank you for everything, as always. Whoa.
Spinelli: Bingo. Okay -- oh, my God. Yeah.
Spinelli: Oh! Oh!
Jax: I know you own the station, Tom; you can't be responsible for every reporter in the field. They ambushed a woman who was trying to leave her house with her two impressionable young sons. When your reporters pull a sleazy stunt like that, it makes me question your judgment -- especially when you're trying to acquire that station in Greenfield. Yeah, I know -- I know you have the inside track, but that could change if Turner finds out it's for sale.
Jax: I thought so. Have them off the property within five minutes. They are to leave Carly and the boys alone from now on. You understand? Well, if you feel the need to harass Mr. Corinthos, there's nothing I can do about that. Always a pleasure. Mm-hmm.
Carly: You're amazing, you know that?
Jax: Yeah, well, it's good you're finally starting to realize that.
Carly: Have I ever taken you for granted?
Jax: No -- well, actually, yes, you have.
Carly: Oh? Remind me never to do that again.
Maxie: You can start thinking of ways to thank me.
Coop: You got it?
Maxie: Piece of cake.
Georgie: What are you up to?
Singer: She makes me crazy she's got a body that makes me
Dillon: Okay, Edith Piaf -- kind of a downer.
Dillon: Right, I'm just going to -- you know what? I'm going to set some mood music, we can sit, relax, have a conversation, okay?
["Ride of the Valkyries" plays]
Dillon: Oh, my God.
Lulu: Oh --
Dillon: Wow. Sorry, sorry, sorry.
Lulu: That's -- don't worry about it. This is -- this is great. This is great.
Dillon: it's great. Not your thing, but great.
Lulu: No -- well, you know, I'm -- I'm more of a rock 'n' roll, burger and fries king of girl.
Dillon: I know. You see, I knew that. I knew that, and I should've done something that I knew you would like instead of my whole "French classic 1950s theatrical" thing, which I knew you'd, like, hate.
Lulu: Oh, no, no, no, no. I do not hate this.
Dillon: You think it's kind of weird, though, don't you?
Lulu: Well, it's -- you know, it's kind of old-fashioned -- like, um, what two married people would do on their 25th anniversary.
Dillon: Oh, my God! 25th -- that's worse than I thought.
Lulu: No -- Dillon, Dillon, Dillon -- okay, you -- you set this table with -- with music and wine and candlelight, and it really means a lot to know that you care this much.
Dillon: I do care.
Lulu: Well, I do, too. But --
Dillon: "But" nothing -- okay, don't do that. No "buts," all right? This caring is good. Caring is enough. We don't need to feel more than that right now, okay?
Lulu: But we can't ignore what happened to us last summer. A lot -- we went through a lot.
Dillon: I know. And I thought this would be us getting past that and dropping our baggage.
Lulu: Well, you're better at that than I am.
Dillon: What the --
Carly: You know, you really are wonderful. You are -- you're smart, you're kind, you're funny, and you're so easy to be with.
Jax: Well, you know, I feel the same way about you --
Carly: No, it's my turn, it's my turn, because I didn't show up for the Montreal date and you waited patiently.
Jax: But that was Michael�s doing and he already apologized for that.
Carly: But I am going to make up for it by telling you why I love you.
Jax: If you insist.
Carly: Because you make it easy for me to be myself. And you love me for who I am, and you don't try to make me into this person, this image that you want me to be. You know what you are? You're my foil.
Jax: Your what?
Carly: Yes, you're my foil. You know what? You're like my counterpart. Yes, when I'm going crazy, you pull me back from the brink. When I am upset and I think things are the worst, you -- you show me that life is amazing and it's worth everything.
Jax: Oh, yes, your foil?
Jax: That's good, right?
Carly: It's great.
Carly: You know why it's great?
Carly: Because it's something that can last a lifetime. And it's so nice that you can take me to Montreal, but if you couldn't, I wouldn't care. If you were just an ordinary guy, you wouldn't be ordinary to me. You'd be wonderful, because you'd be you.
Jax: Does that mean you don't want to go to Montreal, hmm?
Carly: That means that I will go anywhere you want to take me.
Michael: Mom, we're starving! Come on!
Carly: Just not tonight.
Jax: Not tonight. Yeah.
Maxie: Georgie, this is getting to be a very bad habit for you.
Georgie: What, calling you out when you're scheming?
Maxie: No -- every time I'm in Kelly�s trying to have a private conversation, you come barreling in and give me the third degree.
Georgie: For good reason, Maxie.
Maxie: You are so holier than thou.
Coop: No, could you just give your sister a break?
Georgie: Yeah, sure -- as soon as she tells me what she's hiding.
Maxie: Well, I could give you all the juicy details about the great sex Coop and I are having, but that would only make you jealous because you're not with anyone.
Lulu: Are you okay?
Spinelli: Yeah, I'm -- I'm a little dizzy.
Lulu: Okay, okay, sit right here, sit right here.
Spinelli: Thank you. Oh, the jackal really appreciates your compassion. Agh --
Dillon: So, Spinelli, you just, uh, happened to show up here coincidentally, right?
Spinelli: I was -- I was taking a motorcycle ride to -- to calm the secret pain that tortures my soul. I -- I like to come here to brood.
Lulu: Since when do you ride motorcycles?
Dillon: Since when do you brood?
Spinelli: Well, I -- I've ridden plenty of times, you know, at -- at the arcade, and I -- I thought that Stone Cold's bike would work on the same principles, but, you know, three dimensions creates a really different reality. But, look, now I'm really scared that I'm going to -- Stone Cold's going to evict me because of the grievous harm I've done to his --
Lulu: Oh -- okay, okay, okay. First things first, we need to return Jason's bike.
Lulu: Um, I'm going to drive, and you're going to be behind me.
Dillon: Lulu, we're kind of in the middle of something here, don't you think?
Lulu: Well, Spinelli's in no shape to take himself back.
Dillon: What are you talk-- that's his problem. Have him call Jason on his cell phone, tell him he wrecked his bike, and those two can work it out on their own.
Lulu: Oh, my God, I don't want Jason to yell at him.
Dillon: Jason doesn't yell.
Lulu: Fine -- I don't want Jason to evict him.
Spinelli: The Jackal appreciates your concern.
Dillon: The Jackal needs to stop referring to himself in the third person.
Lulu: Okay, come on. Dillon, thank you so much for this date, it was so sweet. I'm going to talk to you tomorrow, okay?
Reporter: How do you feel about having your boss financing your girlfriend's career? Is Sam still Sonny's mistress?
Jason: How -- how long have they been out there?
Diane: All day.
Jason: Yeah, there's a bunch of reporters at the Harbor View Towers, too. I mean, they're asking the stupidest questions.
Diane: It's infotainment -- dig up sleaze and call it news.
Jason: Why do they even care?
Diane: Sonny called me. He's asked me to get rid of them.
Jason: Can -- can you do that?
Diane: I need Sam's signature on this petition for a restraining order.
Reporter: Is Sonny Corinthos still financing your career?
Sam: Can you believe this?
Michael: Wow -- you really like junk food like my mom.
Carly: Here. Hey -- anyone to know about that.
Michael: Hey, you never answered Morgan�s question -- what's a mistress?
Carly: Uh --
Jax: Um, some men -- they like to -- um -- um -- have -- have women that they -- they're not married, like to spend time together. You know, they buy them nice things and take them to nice places.
Michael: Like you and Mom?
Carly and Jax: No.
Carly: Jax and I are in love.
Jax: Yes, we are.
Coop: How can I thank you for this, Maxie?
Maxie: I'm still not crazy you've decided to be a cop, but it seems important to you, so I want you to have your chance.
Coop: I'd probably crash and burn if it wasn't for you.
Maxie: The test is just a formality. I've seen you work security at the hotel, and I actually think you're going to be a great policeman. How's that for irony -- "Three"?
Coop: All right, except for meeting you, I want to leave that part of my life behind me forever.
Georgie: How was everything? You guys have any room for dessert?
Maxie: Did you think I was too harsh with Georgie? I mean, I know I needed a way to distract her, but I could've been a little more sensitive.
Coop: Your sister seems okay.
Maxie: Georgie's really good at covering, but she's on the rebound from her breakup with Dillon and I know she's hurting.
Dillon: So, Spinelli -- Spinelli comes up with this lame story about how he rides up there to brood about his pain, and Lulu buys it hook, line, and sinker. She could've questioned the timing. She could've questioned the staggering non-coincidence of him happening to take his very first motorcycle ride up to the exact same spot where Lulu and I happened to be on our date, but no -- instead, she's sympathetic, understanding.
Milo: Lulu's a nice person.
Dillon: Yeah, yeah, Milo, Lulu's a nice person. She's so nice that she drove him home. Give me that.
Milo: She feels sorry for the guy.
Dillon: Yeah, well, I got a really bad feeling that it's going to turn into a whole lot more if we don't do something about it fast.
Spinelli: You were amazing on that bike. You were like -- you were like one -- one with the machine, it was amazing.
Lulu: Oh, yeah, I was driving slowly so neither you or I would get hurt and Jason's bike wouldn't, either -- although, you already made a nice fender dent when you fell.
Spinelli: Well, may-- maybe he won't notice it?
Lulu: Huh. Yeah, well, the dent is pretty hard to miss, not to mention it's low on gas, and you've completely ruined his jacket.
Spinelli: Uh -- it was worth it to race the wind with the Blond One.
Lulu: Oh --
Lulu: Okay -- okay. All right, well, you -- don't worry, all right? If Jason gets mad at you, I will calm him down. But why were you riding in the first place?
Spinelli: I took Stone Cold's bike so I could just go as fast and as far as I could.
Lulu: Yeah, I know the feeling.
Spinelli: You do?
Lulu: Yeah. I mean, I -- I used to take Edward�s Bentley out and speeding for the same reason. God, who would've thought we had that in common?
Diane: The press has a whole new angle. They are claiming that Sonny is bankrolling your career.
Sam: This is ridiculous. How can they lie like that?
Diane: Well, it's a matter of public record that you were Sonny's mistress, and as far as the press is concerned, you still are. And it would explain why you have been plucked from obscurity to host your own TV show.
Sam: Okay, fine, I'm going to tell the press exactly where they can stick it.
Jason: No, no, no, no, no. Sam, don�t.
Sam: Come on, Jason.
Jason: Don�t. It's a bad idea.
Diane: They will spin your words, make it an even more sensational story.
Sam: Okay, fine. What do I do?
Diane: You sign this restraining order keeping the press away from you.
Sam: Oh -- I want -- I want the show to succeed, but I -- do you want me to sign it?
Jason: I mean, it's your decision.
Sam: Look, I don't want them to start rumors or -- or make up stuff about our lives or ruin our lives, but I'm supposed to generate publicity for the show.
Amelia: That lamp is tricky -- you have to push in a switch before you turn it.
Man: How'd you know that?
Amelia: My father used to have one like it.
Sam: You do understand, don't you? I mean, this is my chance to make something of my own, Jason, it's my future.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Sonny: Just be honest about how you really want to spend your life.
Jason: What about the restraining order?
Amelia: You're going to have to make a choice. What's it going to be?
Sonny: We have a problem.
Lorenzo: Block all the exits; make sure there are no survivors.
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