GH Transcript Tuesday 7/3/07

General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 7/3/07

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Sonny: Carly was supposed to call a half-hour ago to tell Leticia to bring the boys home. Okay, she's not answering her cell phone, she's not -- I don't know where she could be at this point.

Kate: Listen, it doesn't track that she's in any danger. She probably just turned off her cell phone. I've been known to do that when I need some alone time.

Sonny: Okay, one thing you have to understand about Carly -- when she disappears, there's trouble. And now you add Jerry Jacks into the equation, God knows what's going to happen.

[Jerry groans]

Jerry: I apologize for that unfortunate outburst. I'm not much of a catnapper. And for good reason -- I'm not very good at it.

Carly: Apparently not.

Jerry: Hmm. Perhaps it's hotter than I realized.

Carly: If you were even sleeping at all.

Jerry: Excuse me?

Carly: Are you kidding me? That whole show you put on -- that was one big act to make me feel sorry for you. But I have to tell you, your little ploy failed miserably, because the only thing I feel for you is hatred.

Amelia: I'm fascinated by this nonreaction. I just told you Jason's kidnapped son has been found. Doesn't that make something? Happy? Relieved? Infuriated?

Sam: Of course I am happy. I'm just -- surprised. I mean, who found him?

Amelia: I can't believe you have to ask. Jason found Jake, of course. With my help.

Elizabeth: You just gave me the greatest gift imaginable.

Jason: All that matters is Jake is safe.

Lucky: Jake --

Elizabeth: Jason just brought him home.

Lucky: You found my son.

Coop: Hey, I won't be off till midnight.

Maxie: That's okay. It'll give me more time to get ready. I got you a surprise.

Coop: Do I get a hint?

Maxie: Veronica's closet.

Coop: Are you deliberately trying to make it hard for me to concentrate? Hey, sorry, I got to run.

Mac: Hey. What's the problem?

Logan: This idiot assested me.

Det. Rodriguez: I responded to a public disturbance. As you can see, Mr. Hayes is intoxicated.

Scott: All right, listen, I want this clown arrested for assault.

Det. Rodriguez: According to my preliminary investigation, Mr. Hayes was drunk and disorderly, but he did not hit anyone.

Scott: Yeah, well, you know what? Look again. I'm sure you'll find someone willing to press charges.

Logan: Oh, you'd just love that, wouldn't you? Just lock me up, so I can rot and you can forget about me. That's it?

Mac: You are a special prosecutor. I am the police commissioner. I decide who gets arrested on what charges.

Logan: Hmm.

Scott: You know, Mac, you need to make an appointment with my office. We have to have a little clarification session.

Mac: Coop, take your friend down to the drunk tank. He's going to be spending the night with us.

Logan: Huh-huh.

Coop: If you release Logan in my custody, I will guarantee that he won't get into any more trouble tonight. All right, I mean, Logan's drunk, but he doesn't deserve to be railroaded by Baldwin. I'll be responsible. Let me take him home.

Logan: Hmm.

Sonny: When you spoke to Carly earlier, did she seem agitated?

Kate: Doesn't she always?

Sonny: Let's not joke on it.

Kate: I'm sorry. Look, my experience with Carly has been limited and mostly antagonistic. She always appears to be combative and borderline frantic, and today was no different.

Sonny: Did she give you any indication that she had been threatened?

Kate: No. She did mention that she'd been locked in the boiler room.

Sonny: Jason said that. Can't be that simple.

Kate: I don't understand.

Sonny: Hold on.

Jerry: You really are a very difficult woman. I've tried to make my peace with you, all to no avail.

Carly: You know, it's -- it's not because you held us hostage. It's not. It's not because of all the violence that you inflicted or how you spin your outrageous actions and justify everything you did. I hate you because of the way you treat your brother. Jax loves you. He leaves his family to come bail you out, and how do you repay him? More lies, more betrayal. You use the bond that means so much to Jax to take advantage of him, and why? Do you just want to see how far you can push him before he snaps?

Jerry: Did it ever occur to you for one minute that I might want him to hate me, because he'd be better off if he did?

Carly: Oh -- Marty, how'd you guys find us?

Marty: Mr. Corinthos called and told us. He's very concerned about you.

Sam: You? You helped Jason find Jake? I can't wait to hear how you arranged that.

Amelia: Oh, no arrangement was necessary. It started when Maureen Harper retracted her permission to use her interview. When you refused to talk to her about it, I decided to give it a shot. While we were on the phone, I heard a baby crying in the background. Since Maureen's infant died and she was in Port Charles the day Jake disappeared, it occurred to me that maybe she was the one that took him. I was literally picking up the phone to call the police when Jason came in. I told him about my suspicions and we went and confronted Maureen. Sure enough, Jake was there.

Lucky: Thanks for waiting. I didn't think it'd be an appropriate conversation for Cameron to hear, but I want to know who took my son and how you found him.

Jason: Um -- the lady who -- who took Jake lost her baby in a fire. She was doing a segment on Sam's show, she got upset. She was wandering through the park, and she saw Jake and took him on impulse. Amelia Joffe was the one who actually called her, heard a baby crying in the background. She's the one who tipped me off.

Lucky: Where is she now?

Jason: She's in Albany. She has another kid, 3 years old. Amelia sent over a psychiatrist and a home nurse to help her out.

Lucky: And neither one of you thought it might be a good idea to call the police?

Jason: She needs help, not jail.

Elizabeth: Jason, we've just been through hell not knowing where Jake was or if he was okay. I don't -- I don't know if I can just let this go.

Lucky: You shouldn't.

Elizabeth: Who are you calling?

Lucky: The station. I want the woman's name and address. Jason, I can subpoena the information from Ms. Joffe.

Jason: That's what you're going to have to do.

Lucky: Cruz. Hey, um -- Jake's home. Yeah, it's -- it's great. Listen, you can get the identity and the address of the kidnapper from Mrs. -- Mrs. Joffe. I also need you to send a squad car over to my house. I'm going to be arresting Jason Morgan for violating the terms of his bail.

Robin: Eli Love is supposed to be great live. We should get tickets.

Patrick: What? Since when?

Robin: What kind of question is that?

Patrick: Last thing you said, you wanted to go to the opera.

Robin: Excuse me, but I have eclectic tastes.

Patrick: Well, if you're so eclectic, why don't we go to stock car races? Since when are you an Eli Love fan?

Robin: Who isn't?

Patrick: Robin, what's your favorite song of his?

Robin: That one with --

Patrick: Nice -- you only want to go to this stupid concert because the guy supposedly looks like -- like my father.

Robin: Supposedly? This guy could be Noah.

Noah: Could I see that?

Robin: Yeah.

Noah: You guys blind? He looks nothing like me, right?

Patrick: I mean, the -- the posture and the attitude, not at all. But I mean, the hair and the face -- I can definitely see a resemblance. Give us a little air guitar, let me see if you can --

Noah: You're out of your mind.

Patrick: Huh.

Robin: Eli Love is a big deal. I mean, he's had a huge string of hits. Women practically throw their underwear at him. And from looking at that picture, I understand why. He's hot. I don't think there's anything wrong with looking like him.

Noah: Well, forgive me for not being thrilled that you're comparing me to some loser who basically threw his life away on something as frivolous as rock and roll.

Carly: That is the second time today I got locked in that boiler room. It's not going to happen again.

Jerry: There's a simple solution -- avoid the area.

Carly: I want the locks changed. Make it so the boiler room door opens from the inside. We should do that to all the doors, even the secure ones.

Jerry: You calling a locksmith, are you?

Carly: Do me a favor -- don't talk to me. You look like hell. Go upstairs and shower and change.

Jerry: Oh, I love it when you get all motherly with me.

Carly: When you come back down, the front desk will have your bill ready.

Jerry: Really?

Carly: Yeah. Hi. I got locked in the boiler room again. Thanks for the rescue.

Sonny: What's up with you and the boiler room?

Carly: Don't ask.

Sonny: I am asking, because you need to be careful.

Carly: It wasn't my fault, okay?

Sonny: Unless someone like Jerry Jacks locked you in there on purpose. That's not what happened, right, Carly?

Carly: I thought I secured the door, but it slipped. All right, it -- it's no big deal. Thanks for calling to check on me. How'd you know I was in there, anyway?

Sonny: Well, I'm psychic when it comes to you.

Carly: Yeah, sometimes I believe that. Thanks. I got to go.

Jerry: Well, how considerate of you to cover for me.

Carly: Go to hell.

Sonny: Carly's safe, for the moment.

Kate: Hmm. So I take it she locked herself in the boiler room again?

Sonny: So she says.

Kate: You don't believe her?

Sonny: Carly's one of the best liars I know, but I've been with her a long time, and I know when she's covering. I just -- I got a scary feeling that Jerry has something to do with this.

Kate: Well, if that's true, then why wouldn't she just tell you?

Sonny: Because she wants to keep the peace. It's all tangled up. I mean, Carly's married to Jax, Jax is Jerry's brother. She doesn't -- she doesn't want me to intercede. But I'll tell you what. If that psycho goes anywhere near my children, I will.

Kate: Hmm -- it's kind of nice the way you and Carly protect each other. Whatever brought you together must have been very powerful to still be alive, despite the divorce.

Diane: You have nothing that even remotely resembles proof that my client violated the terms of his bail.

Scott: I have a statement from a detective.

Diane: Furthermore, as special prosecutor, this falls way outside the scope of your authority.

Scott: Oh, you see, that's where you're wrong, because Morgan is a contract killer, which means he has a lot of money, which makes him a flight risk. He's already crossed limits, and he's run himself into my jurisdiction. Now, I want him in prison.

Jason: Diane, it's okay. I can wait for as long as it takes you to straighten this out.

Diane: Well, unfortunately, lockup may no longer be an option. Special prosecutor Baldwin now wants you incarcerated in Pentonville, tonight.

Sam: Now, you are just full of surprises, which is exactly why I can't take anything you say at face value. Do you -- do you want to know what I think of your little story? I think you knew Maureen had Jake all along. That would explain why you were so eager to have Elizabeth make her appeal on the show for Jake's return. Now, there's a ratings grabber. "Kidnapped boy found courtesy of --" hmm -- "'Everyday Heroes.'"

Amelia: Hmm. You don't know me very well at all. I realized it's better to avoid coverage of Jake Spencer altogether. I mean, this kidnapping had the potential to be a P.R. nightmare. Not only was the woman who took Jake a guest on the show, but the show's host -- "Everyday Hero" herself, Sam McCall -- stood by as the baby was snatched and did nothing to stop it.

Logan: Ea-- easy.

Maxie: In what gutter did you drag him out of?

Coop: Logan got picked up for public drunkenness. Mac agreed to let me try to sober him up.

Maxie: Why do you bother?

Logan: You're not fooling anyone, Maxie Jones -- looking down your nose. You want me, all right? I know it and you know it and the only person who doesn't is Cooper.

Jerry: Hello.

Carly: Just so we're clear -- I'm not protecting you. You could drop dead right now -- I would walk over your body and go on with my day. Hell, I'd probably throw a party.

Jerry: Then it's Sonny you're protecting, since he might be compelled to try to kill me, in which case, I'd be forced to kill him first, in self-defense, of course.

Carly: Knock off the homicidal threats, okay? You're not going to do anything. Everyone knows who you are. You are not going to risk your precious freedom to kill Sonny. It's not going to happen.

Jerry: Wow -- that's a very astute observation. See? I mean, despite yourself, you're beginning to know me quite well. Now, this is what we're going to do. I'm going to finalize a few arrangements, and once my safety is guaranteed, I think it'll raise the comfort level for everyone involved.

Carly: Finalize away, but do it from the cosmopolitan. I do not want you here.

Jerry: Oh, that's not smart. You see, kicking me out because you don't like me violates my civil rights. And you know what? I'm afraid I'm going to have to sue you.

Sam: You will do or say anything to ruin my life, so how did you try this time -- by paying Maureen to say that I watched her steal Jake?

Amelia: I can see how you were so successful as a con. You've an amazing ability to spin anything so that you end up victimized. There's no spinning your way out of this one. Maureen admitted everything. In fact, she assumed that you were the one that told Jason where to find Jake. Yeah, that's right, Sam. Jason heard all about how you watched from behind a tree while Maureen grabbed Jake and stole him away.

Sam: How did he react?

Amelia: You know, that's the interesting thing. He didn't really appear to react at all. Maybe that means he'll let bygones be bygones and forgive you, or maybe Jason has finally found a reason to despise you, and you are about to get what you deserve.

Lucky: Sooner or later, you're going to have to tear yourself apart from Jake so he can sleep in his own room.

Elizabeth: Stop it. Don't pretend you didn't just have the man who saved Jake arrested out of spite.

Lucky: Jason jumped bail. He refused to give up the name of the woman who took Jake. For all I know, Jason was behind the whole thing.

Elizabeth: Are you -- are you insane?

Lucky: It was another opportunity to look like a hero. They don't come along every day, so why not take advantage of it?

Elizabeth: Oh, God, you are so jealous, you can't even be grateful for two seconds that Jake is home. You would rather punish Jason for finding him when --

Lucky: When I couldn't?

[Door slams]

Diane: Of all people, I shouldn't have to tell you this. Never talk to the cops. The second you told Detective Spencer that you left town in clear violation of your bail agreement, you brought this on yourself.

Jason: There were extenuating circumstances, Diane. A baby was kidnapped.

Diane: Well, obviously, those circumstances didn't seem to make much of an impression on Detective Spencer, did they? You're not a very popular person with the law enforcement community, Jason. You make one mistake, they can't wait to come down on you.

Jason: It's okay. It's okay. This is my mess, okay? I'm going to deal with the consequences. If you can just look into the whole Maureen Harper situation for me.

Diane: The kidnapper?

Jason: Yes, I don't -- I don't think jail is the answer. I think she's going to need some serious help. Can you just do that for me?

Diane: Yeah. Fine, fine. I will look into it, but I need to stay focused on your defense. The case against you for killing Alcazar isn't simply going to go away.

Scott: Hey, whoa. Where do you think you're going? You're not a lawyer, you're a mobster. And besides, Jason is going to prison within the hour.

Sonny: Have you met my new attorney?

Scott: Diane something.

Sonny: Yeah, you'll know her name real soon. She gives new meaning to the word "shark." She's great dealing with -- with the media and -- you know, because they're going to have a field day raking Prosecutor Baldwin over the coals for arresting the man who brought Jake Spencer home safely. And then they're going to see what you really are. A vindictive, incompetent ass. So unless you want a P.R. nightmare on your hands, just let me go in and see my friend.

Sonny: Can you stop the Pentonville transfer?

Diane: I'll try. But I'm not optimistic.

Sonny: Keep me posted?

Diane: All right.

Sonny: All right, here's the deal. I made a call to get you bail.

Jason: Mm-hmm.

Sonny: Last favor I had, and they can't stop the transfer.

Jason: Well, whatever it cost me to find my son, it was worth it.

Robin: We're all set. Fifth row center at the amphitheater.

Dr. Julian: The Eli Love concert?

Robin: Yep.

Dr. Julian: How did you score such great seats to a sold-out concert?

Robin: Well, you know, I have connections.

Dr. Julian: Okay, that's great. Well, you willing to share that?

Patrick: Oh --

Robin: Well, you know Stan, Epiphany's son?

Dr. Julian: Yeah, the agitator.

Robin: He's a whiz on the computer. He's hooked into all these online ticket sales. They're a little bit more, but the seats are definitely worth it.

Patrick: Well, I guess I can give you a firsthand report.

Noah: Good. Maybe after seeing this guy, you can dispel the rumors that we look alike, okay?

Epiphany: Why are you so all offended? Is it so bad looking like a famous singer?

Noah: Well, Epiphany, I'm a neurosurgeon, you know, and I worked too hard for that to be compared to some arrested adolescent that basically ran away to the circus.

Epiphany: The circus? Do you have any idea how much sacrifice and determination it takes to be an entertainer? Not to mention, sustaining it for all these years. You could do a whole lot worse, almighty Dr. Drake, than to be compared to a working musician. The finest -- finest career on this planet, and that includes neurosurgery.

Noah: Great.

Carly: You lured Jax away, magically show up in my living room after being gone for weeks, lock yourself in my boiler room with me, and you won't leave my hotel? What the hell do you want?

Jerry: If you'd listen, perhaps you'd hear me when I try to explain. You see, I'm trying to move past the animosity between us -- come to a meeting of the minds, if you will -- so that when Jax comes back, we can settle into a nice family routine.

Carly: I don't believe much of what you have to say, but I believe you love Jax -- as much as you possibly can love someone. Honor that love, okay? Go away. Take a nice long walk off into the sunset, far away, and make sure Jax never sees you or hears from you again.

Jerry: Don't waste your breath. I'm not going anywhere, and if you try to evict me, a lot more harm will come out of it than good, believe me.

Carly: Here's Sonny's lawyer. She'll get rid of you.

Diane: Hi.

Carly: Hi.

Diane: I got your message. I realize it's upsetting, but there's nothing to be done at this point. I'm afraid Jason will be transferred to Pentonville within the hour.

Carly: Jason's going to prison?

Jason: I need a couple favors.

Sonny: Yeah. I mean, anything at this point I can do for you, I will.

Jason: Elizabeth doesn't realize that -- that you know Jake is my son, and I would -- I would like to keep it that way.

Sonny: Well, what's the problem? I mean, I could help.

Jason: I know, I know, but Elizabeth's very clear on what kind of life she wants for Jake, and right now, you know, she wants him to grow up in a solid family, and that's what he's got, and I -- I just don't want to disrupt that.

Sonny: Lucky just arrested you for jumping bail. Why protect him? Why let him --

Jason: Sonny --

Sonny: Raise your -- your child?

Jason: My -- my hands are tied. I am going away. I mean, you've known Lucky half his life. He's not a bad guy. He just got frustrated because I found Jake before he did. He did something petty. You know, everybody does, given the right circumstances.

Sonny: All right, you know what? I don't have to agree, but this bail violation makes the charges against you for Alcazar's murder harder to shake. You know that, right?

Jason: Yeah, that's a risk we take every day. I accepted that a long time ago. But I don't -- I don't want my actions and my choices to affect my son, or Elizabeth. So I'm asking you, just protect the secret for me. I need you to look out for them. Okay, if they need anything while I'm gone, just promise me that you'll give it to them.

Sonny: Yeah, well, you know, I mean -- I can't count how many times you've come through for me and my family, and -- um -- it'll be a privilege to -- to help you out.

Noah: Hey. You paged me?

Epiphany: Hold on. The other ones aren't here yet.

Robin: We got your page.

Patrick: Yeah, what's up?

Epiphany: Okay. I'm going to tell you guys something about myself. And I don't share well, so I need you to listen up, because I'm only going to say this once.

Dr. Julian: Well, I, for one, am already fascinated.

Epiphany: I grew up in Chicago, and there was a theater there called the regal. All the great musicians from every musical genre important to black people -- jazz, blues, R&B, soul -- performed there. There was a show once a month that lasted seven to 10 days. You could stand in line early, get in for a buck and a half, pick your seat in the front row, and watch all day.

Dr. Julian: Why was I born so late?

Epiphany: One afternoon, I was late, and there was a group up on stage, and they just -- they stopped me in my tracks. I was frozen right there in the middle of the aisle. Those guys were poetry in motion. Whew -- and sharp as tacks, up there on that stage, dressed in their matched suits. They were just defying gravity. Just gliding, dancing, perfection. And then the lead singer -- oh, my Lord. Huh. I had never seen a man so fine in my life before or since. He was begging his woman not to leave him. Then he dropped down on his knees and popped up again before you could even blink. Hmm. Mmm. I thought I had surely died and caught a glimpse of heaven. I couldn't even wait before the show was over before I did something that I have never done. I took my 14-year-old butt back to that stage door and I was determined to get his autograph. Well, I can't say that my life was in danger. But that little heifer who tried to knock me over while I was waiting for him -- well --

Robin: So what did you do?

Epiphany: Well, I snatched out a whole hank of her hair by the roots.

[Dr. Julian chuckles]

Epiphany: Now, while I was busy teaching her an etiquette lesson, and before anybody could break us up, he had already made it to the car. But he came back. And then he made me an offer that changed my life.

Patrick: What was it?

Epiphany: Now, you don't need to know that.

[Epiphany chuckles]

Epiphany: But I'm telling you, especially you, so that you'll understand why I get upset when you insult music or musicians. Because I'm going to take that personally. And you don't want that. I might not be 14 years old anymore, but I definitely can still get up in a head of hair and snatch it all out by the root. Good night.

Dr. Julian: Well, talk about cultural differences.

Noah: That's just great. That's just great. I'm on Epiphany's bad side now because of some two-bit singer.

Patrick: I don't know what to say.

Dr. Julian: Ahem.

Robin: I think that was sweet.

Mike: Orange juice and grilled cheese.

Coop: Wouldn't black coffee be better?

Logan: Oh --

Mike: Trust me, I know what I'm talking about here. See, coffee only makes for a wide-awake drunk. Now, he's going to wake up with one hell of a hangover, but he'll be able to function.

Coop: All right, thanks, Mike.

Mike: Yeah, you're welcome.

Maxie: Come on, eat!

Logan: I don't want to eat. I don't want to eat. I'm -- I don't want to get sober, and I -- I want to go someplace where I can get served, all right?

Coop: You try to leave, and I'm taking you back to the station and you're going to sleep it off in the drunk tank.

Logan: Yes, sir, ocifer sir. My father should pin a medal on you.

Maxie: Ugh. How drunk are you? My dad's the police commissioner, not yours.

Logan: That is correct, Ms. Maxie Jones. He is, but my papa is the special prosecutor.

Maxie: Scott Baldwin?

Coop: He's your father?

Logan: Now you guys know why I drink.

Marty: Is everything to your satisfaction, Ms. Howard?

Kate: Yes, very much so, thank you.

Marty: Is there anything we can do to enhance your stay?

Kate: No, not a thing.

Marty: Well, don't hesitate to let us know.

Kate: Oh, actually, were you the staff member who found Carly in the boiler room?

Marty: Yes, ma'am.

Kate: I was with Sonny Corinthos at the time, and he was very impressed by your prompt response to the situation.

Marty: Thank you for passing that along.

Kate: Sure.

Jerry: Hello.

Kate: It's you.

Jerry: It is, indeed. As you can see, I survived the unpleasantness in Sonny's office. Actually, I was on my way to the restaurant to have a celebratory drink. May I have the pleasure of your company?

Kate: Sorry, that won't be possible.

Jerry: Oh, wait, wait -- don't tell me.

Kate: Oh --

Jerry: Let me guess. Sonny told you I was a psychopath, didn't he?

[Knock on door]

Sam: Hi. I -- I came as soon as I heard Jake was home. I am so happy for you. I know you must be relieved.

Elizabeth: Well, did you hear? It was a guest on your show that took him.

Sam: Yes, I did, Maureen Harper. Amelia told me, yes.

Elizabeth: I guess she's suffering from the loss of her own child.

Sam: It's -- it's -- it's very sad. I have no idea where Jason is. Would -- would you know where he might be right now?

Elizabeth: You don't know? He violated the terms of his bail when he went to look for Jake. Lucky turned him in.

Carly: I demand to see Jason. And if you send him to Pentonville, I will slap you with a lawsuit that will demote you to dogcatcher.

Mac: Wait a minute -- look, I'm not surprised you're upset. Hold on! Throwing threats around is not going to help. Jason's being transferred to Pentonville. There's nothing you can do about it. I will let you say goodbye.

Scott: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Mac, what is Morgan, a zoo exhibit? How many people are you going to let parade in there? Besides, she is a crackpot. She's probably packing a Roscoe.

Carly: Well, why don't you frisk me and find out?

Mac: Hey, easy. Go on.

Jason: Carly -- you shouldn't have come here. You're only going to get yourself upset.

Carly: It's too late, I'm already upset. And just so you know, I'm about to make a major scene. I am going to threaten, I am going to bribe, and I am going to call in every favor, because I refuse to let them take you away. Whoa... yaa... whoo!

Maxie: How long have you known?

Logan: Since I was 10 or 12. Old enough to dig through my mom's things and find the letters that had been marked "return to sender."

Coop: So you've never had any contact with Scott?

Logan: Scott Baldwin just got my mom pregnant and left town. The oldest trick in the book.

Coop: This explains why you had to come here when I called and asked to borrow some money instead of just sending it. You wanted to come and see your dad.

Logan: And the more I see him, the more I hate the man.

Coop: I -- I got to get to work, but I hate to leave you like this.

Maxie: No, it'll be okay. I'll keep an eye on Logan. I mean, I know a thing or two about being dumped by your dad.

Logan: Hmm. Go ahead. Go do your job. I'll be fine.

Coop: All right, all right. You call me if you need me. Both of you. All right. Thank you.

Logan: You know, I really don't ho sorry for. Coop for being dumb and naive enough to trust you, or for you working overtime to try to --

Maxie: Blah, blah, blah -- I'm not going to rise to the bait this time, okay? I know what you're doing, because I am an expert at it. Being hurt makes me mad. And you think the pain will ease if someone's even more miserable than you are. And if you happen to get a direct shot at the person who hurt you in the first place, then yeah, sure, that'll make you happy. But if that person's unavailable, you'll go to the nearest target of opportunity, which happens to be me, and that's fine. Today you get one free pass.

Logan: Huh. Well, in that case --

Maxie: Hmm!

Jerry: I'm really sorry you were drawn into that friction between Sonny and I.

Kate: It has nothing to do with me. I barely know you. In fact, I'm hardly acquaintances with Sonny Corinthos.

Jerry: Well, even so, if you hadn't walked into the office, I -- I'd be dead by now. So in a way, I do owe you my life. And I'm a man who pays his debts back.

Sonny: I know one way you can show your gratitude. Stay away from her.

Elizabeth: You know your daddy's the one who found you? Just like I knew he would. Jason loves you so much. And he wishes that he could be part of your life, but he's going to honor his vow to me. Because I promised him that you would have a better life with me and Lucky and Cameron, and I am going to keep that promise to him. No matter how angry I am with Lucky, I'm going to forgive him, so that I can give you the family that Jason sacrificed everything for.

Jason: I need you to count to 10.

Carly: This is wrong, you know. You're not supposed to be calming me down. You're the one going to prison.

Jason: I'm -- I'm going to be fine.

Carly: You can't promise me that. There are probably people in there who hate you, who hate you and Sonny, and they will try and kill you. What if they attack you, Jason? What if they attack you and you kill someone in self-defense. Ric would love to tag another murder charge on you.

Jason: Listen, I'm not going to kill anyone. Okay, I'm just going to sit in my cell, and I'm going to wait for Diane to get me transferred out.

Carly: I won't be able to see you. I need you. You know, with Jax gone and without you around to keep my life in check, I am definitely going to screw everything up.

Jason: I need you to do something for me.

Carly: What?

Jason: This is a time I need you to be strong, for me. And for yourself, and for your boys. Don't fight with Sonny. I want you to stay as far away from Jerry as possible. Can you do that -- for me? Because if I know you're going to be okay, I'm going to be able to get through this.

[Door opens]

Officer: Visit's over.

Jason: Hey, one more thing. Spinelli --

Carly: Yeah.

Jason: Okay, if somebody gives him a hard time, or if he gets in trouble, I need you to defend him like you would defend me.

Carly: Okay.

Jason: Okay, and what else?

Carly: I will be fine, I promise.

Jason: It's okay.

Carly: I love you so much.

Jason: I love you, too.

[Carly sighs]

Sam: Carly -- hey, where's Jason?

Carly: You just missed him. Did you know they were taking him to Pentonville, and he's not going to be allowed visitors? And who knows when any of us are going to see him again?

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Ned: I'm here to change your life.

Logan: Let's finish what we started.

Carly: What are we going to do for a Fourth of July picnic? We can't do a speedboat this year.

Michael: Uncle Jerry said he'd take us.

Patrick: Sorry, I thought I was alone.

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