General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 7/11/07
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Patrick: I got your page. You miss me?
Robin: A patient was just brought into the ER. Male, 38, incoherent, suffering from cerebral hypoxia. He needs surgery, but he's indigent.
Patrick: It's against hospital policy to operate on anyone without insurance.
Robin: Not to inflate your already monumental ego, but no one else can pull off the surgery. This patient needs you, Patrick.
Patrick: Look, whether I operate or not, this patient's going to die. So what's the point?
Carly: You just couldn't resist, could you?
Alexis: Excuse me?
Carly: I don't appreciate you going to Sonny and telling him I took a boat ride with Jerry and the boys.
Alexis: That's not what happened. Excuse me.
Carly: Just -- you can't stand it. Admit it -- you have a thing for Jerry, and as absurd as it is, you're jealous.
Ric: We've got confirmation that Sonny's landing a shipment tonight. Now, I'm assigning you to the stakeout. I want you to keep your eyes and ears open for anything unusual. Sonny has officers on the payroll, and we need to know who they are. You have a problem with that, Cadet Barrett?
Coop: Yes, Sir, I do.
Sonny: Everything set for the shipment tonight?
Logan: Yes. Dock's cleared, your men are in place. It'll go like clockwork.
Sonny: You'd better be right.
Robin: You're willing to let this patient die because he doesn't have health insurance?
Patrick: I'm being realistic. Operating on this man is a waste of hospital resources that could be better used on another patient.
Robin: You mean one with insurance?
Patrick: Look, I've got a full schedule, I don't have time.
Robin: I can't believe this. You're turning into Dr. Ford right before my eyes.
Patrick: Robin, the man's chance of survival is 10% at best.
Robin: Yes, and you are the only surgeon that can increase those odds. What happened to your moral outrage? What happened to the disgust of the pay-up-or-die attitude that's infecting this place?
Patrick: Okay, look, General Hospital is in real danger of being taken over by Medcam. It's a brave new world, so get used to it.
Robin: Well, fine. I guess you won't be needing this, then.
Robin: You're going to operate, aren't you? You were just trying to protect me?
Patrick: Everyone in this hospital is under scrutiny. Big Brother is watching.
Robin: You were very convincing. I honestly thought you were an unfeeling ass.
Patrick: Thank you.
Robin: Listen, this patient needs surgery as soon as possible.
Patrick: Okay, well, I'm good tonight, but listen to me, this is a serious breach in hospital policy. Anyone who's involved or even knows about this could face suspension.
Robin: I'm in.
Georgie: Hey. Logan just stopped by and gave me that hundred bucks he promised me for covering for you. I was totally going to turn it down --
Lulu: I'm not going out with him.
Georgie: But Logan just stopped by --
Lulu: We bumped into each other here and he's all, "This is what we're going to do, I'm going to pay the guy at the door of the Catacomb Club, and I'm going to meet you there."
Georgie: Okay, so are you upset with him for not offering to pick you up?
Lulu: No, it is his attitude -- that cocky, super-confident thing that he does that is so unbelievably obnoxious, and yeah, it would've been nice if he offered to pick me up or asked me what time would've been good for me, or even if I wanted to go to the Catacomb Club, but no, it's always about Logan.
Georgie: Okay, so why did you agree to going on the date?
Lulu: Because he can act like a human being, and sometimes we can actually have a conversation back and forth where I feel like he is listening to what I have to say, but most of the time he's a jerk.
Georgie: Why don't you just go out with him anyway? Why don't you find out which side of him is the real Logan and whether or not you like it? What do you got to lose?
Lulu: This isn't about the hundred bucks, is it?
Georgie: I don't understand.
Lulu: Maybe you're hoping I'll end up with a guy that's trouble. Maybe this is payback.
Logan: We're going to pick up the shipment at Pier 12, and then we're going to bring it to the alley off Van Ness.
Sonny: You're not going to have any cover coming through the alley.
Logan: Which is exactly why the cops are never going to suspect it.
Sonny: Okay, that's what we thought when we stored a shipment in the cellar under Kelly's. Jason and I almost didn't get out of there alive.
Logan: But you did, thanks in part to me.
Sonny: Do you want to repeat the same mistake?
Logan: Look, all right, the cops just grabbed one of your shipments. All right? They're feeling very, very confident, especially with Jason out of the picture now.
Sonny: Okay, that's temporary.
Logan: All right, look, hey, I'm not trying to take the guy's place here. I'm just talking strategy.
Sonny: And what I'm saying is I don't want you making me look vulnerable, especially making me look stupid.
Logan: I know what's riding on this, all right? And with all due respect, I'll be the one in the line of fire.
Coop: I'm not comfortable spying on my fellow officers.
Ric: I have a short list of officers that I suspect may be dirty. All you have to do is report back to me of any of them deliberately failing to take action. I'm sure a good cadet like you is eager to root out anyone on Sonny's payroll. Right?
Carly: Yeah, see, you meet this guy named James Brosnan at Wyndemere and he's sophisticated, he's charming, and you're a sucker for an accent, and you got all hot and bothered.
Alexis: What the hell is wrong with you? Why do you keep saying that to me? I barely even know this man. He picked me up when I fell down in the woods.
Carly: Oh, he's the knight-in-shining-armor type. Must've been irresistible, huh?
Alexis: I didn't know his identity.
Carly: But when you found out his identity, when you found out that he was the man who held us all here hostage, did you think he was just having a bad day?
Alexis: As usual, you're lost in Carly's world again. If you think he's such a psycho whack job, why is it that you took both of your sons out on the boat with him?
Carly: Because I was trying to soften him up so he will tell me where Jax is, and you, like some jealous schoolgirl, you went straight to Sonny and told him.
Alexis: I can't believe that I'm stooping this low to explain this to you, but I was showing him some pictures of Kristina, and Michael and Morgan just happened to be in the picture with him, he wanted to know why they were at the park with --
Carly: Stop, stop -- stop, stop making this so complicated. My God, if you want, just ask Jerry. Really, I mean, just ask Jerry.
Jerry: Ask what?
Carly: Alexis would like to go out with you.
Alexis: You'll have to forgive Carly. She doesn't know what she's talking about.
Carly: Oh, you are about as subtle as a billboard.
Alexis: I'm sure Jerry isn't interested in any of your paranoid delusions.
Jerry: Oh, on the contrary. I'm quite entertained.
Carly: Oh, see, you were turned on by the mysterious Mr. Brosnan, and when you found out who he really was, you thought, "Wow, he must be a tortured soul who needs the right woman."
Alexis: I'm not even going to dignify that with a response.
Carly: Because you know I'm right.
Alexis: You'll have to excuse Carly. She dwells in an alternate reality.
Jerry: Oh, you see, my sister-in-law is a woman of very strong opinion.
Alexis: Which are figments of her wildly overactive imagination. What is your point?
Carly: My point is I don't want to talk to Jerry, but you do, so talk. Better yet, you know what you should do? You should ask her out for dinner.
Alexis: Stop embarrassing yourself. Just stop it. Stop it. No offense, but I have no interest in going out with you whatsoever.
Epiphany: I'm about to go on my break. Would you like to go grab a bite to eat?
Lainey: Thanks, but I'm having dinner with Stan.
Epiphany: Is that tonight? I forgot he had asked you out.
Lainey: Yep, it's tonight.
Epiphany: Any idea where you're going?
Epiphany: You know I told him about this little bistro out on Maple Street. Maybe he's taking you there.
Stan: Ahem. Hello. Yeah, that's a little -- little formal for what I have planned.
Lainey: That's no problem. I can do casual.
Stan: Okay, cool. 257 Bristol Street. Meet me on the roof.
Lainey: I look forward to it.
Stan: All right.
Epiphany: The roof, Stanford? And you're not even picking her up? What kind of date is this?
Stan: Good night, Mother.
Epiphany: Look, Lainey is a quality woman, not some chickadee that you pick up on the next barstool.
Stan: Okay, well, I don't hang out at bars.
Epiphany: You know what I'm talking about.
Stan: See you tomorrow, Mom.
Epiphany: Don't mess this up, Stanford.
Stan: See you tomorrow. Ah, women.
Patrick: It's a little hot for a rooftop date.
Stan: Yeah, yeah, it's going to be miserable, hot, humid. Not a glass of chardonnay in sight. You know.
Patrick: I'm sensing a purpose here.
Stan: Really? Well, after this date tonight, the poster girl for privilege is not going to want anything to do with me. Ahem. Well, I got to go, get ready for my date.
Stan: All right.
Georgie: Listen, Maxie was wrong to blame you for my breaking up with Dillon. And this is not about revenge.
Lulu: I lied to Dillon and I made him think that you were unfaithful. I would've been spitting nails if I were you. I might still be.
Georgie: Dillon and I had a lot of problems before you slept with him.
Lulu: Yeah, but it was a much bigger deal after.
Georgie: Yes, Dillon used a defective condom that was manufactured by his family's company. Lulu, that wasn't your fault.
Lulu: Yeah, but the end result was still the same.
Georgie: Listen, I mean, this is what I'm trying to say here. You didn't want that to happen. That was the last thing you wanted to happen and I watched you struggle with it. You basically gave up on dating. You -- you were really just being nice to Milo, Spinelli, even Dillon. So if there is something here with you and this guy, Logan, that's not my business.
Lulu: There is nothing with me and Logan. We're not even friends.
Georgie: Are you going to go or not?
Lulu: I don't know.
Georgie: There's going to be this really great band playing at the Catacomb Club.
Maxie: Yeah, the Sons of Bob. They're supposed to be awesome live.
Lulu: You're going?
Ric: You and Sonny have finalized plans for the shipment tonight?
Logan: I got it covered.
Ric: Figured out the route you're taking?
Logan: I just said that I have it covered. You want Sonny to trust me, so let me do my job.
Ric: All right, just don't forget who you're working for, Mr. Hayes.
Maxie: Mm-hmm, they're one of my favorite bands. I wouldn't miss it for the world.
Georgie: Really? Because you don't have any of their CDs.
Maxie: Well, I download their songs and watch their videos. Can I borrow your earrings, by the way?
Logan: Lulu, you ready to go?
Lulu: I thought you were meeting me there.
Logan: Yeah, um, change of plans.
Maxie: Lulu's scared.
Logan: Of what?
Maxie: The big, bad Logan.
Logan: Look, I just want to have a good time -- honest, okay?
Maxie: Ah, well, Lulu's good times usually don't end up --
Lulu: Shut the hell up. Of course I am going.
Maxie: Well, well, well. You're even braver than I thought.
Coop: Yeah, it's Coop. The department got a tip about your shipment tonight. The D.A. wants me on the stakeout.
Sonny: What were Ric's instructions?
Coop: He wants me to be on the lookout for any cops that might be on your payroll. What do you want me to do?
Sonny: Go to the stakeout. If you have to bust my people, do it.
Coop: You want me to arrest your own people?
Sonny: Ric doesn't suspect you, which makes you the most valuable informant I've got, so be a good cop, do your duty, and be convincing. You understand me?
Coop: Yes, Sir, I do.
Robin: I'll be in the E.R. to consult.
Patrick: Hey, I don't want you getting into trouble over this.
Robin: If we're going to take this risk and go against hospital regulations, let's give this man the best chance of survival we can.
Patrick: Okay. He's being prepped right now.
Russell: This patient is being transferred to County.
Patrick: There's no one at County who is capable of performing the surgery --
Russell: It's unlikely we would have approved the surgery whether the patient had insurance or not. It's doubtful even the great Patrick Drake could save his life.
Robin: So we just throw in the towel because of a "probably"?
Patrick: No. But if he was a wealthy patient in a private room --
Russell: If you keep performing this type of cowboy surgery on every lost cause that walks through the door, how do you explain to our paying patients, who have a better chance of surviving, that we lack the resources to care for them?
Patrick: You know what? Well, here's a radical thought. Why don't we just take care of all patients?
Russell: Are you offering to pay for this out of your salary? This hospital has to be fiscally sound or Medcam will be taking over, and you'd be looking back on this as the good old days. Now, sign off on the patient's transfer to the County.
Logan: Better go get ready. Is that what you're wearing?
Lulu: Uh, yes. I happen to like what I'm wearing.
Logan: Hey, you know what, there's another 20 bucks in it if you admit that Lulu got cold feet and was going to bail.
Georgie: Have a good time.
Lulu: Okay, let's get one thing straight. If you're going to be a cocky, obnoxious jerk, then I'll pass.
Logan: Don't be nervous.
Lulu: I -- I'm not nervous. I am fed up. You cannot be a nice guy for more than three, four minutes, tops, so why would I want to spend a couple of hours with you?
Logan: You might have a good time?
Lulu: Or not.
Logan: Okay, you know what? You're right; you don't know how it'll be, so why don't we just do this, all right? Just take in the present and we'll see how it goes.
Lulu: And what if you annoy me?
Logan: Well, ignore me. I don't know, listen to the band, which happens to be terrific. What do you say?
Lulu: I guess we could try.
Sonny: Cadet Barrett called with a tip that the cops are going to be staking out our shipment.
Max: Good. Glad he's coming through for you.
Sonny: Do you have a problem with Coop?
Max: Look, the guy just had an attitude when he was working security for me at the Metro Court.
Sonny: Okay, that's fine, but he hasn't given me a reason to question his loyalty.
Max: I'm not sure I trust him.
Sonny: If you notice anything suspicious, let me know.
Max: All right.
Carly: Sonny -- what are you doing here?
Max: Oh, I'm just discussing some business with the boss.
Carly: You work for me.
Max: Well, I just wanted --
Sonny: No, but the thing is, see Max -- he's miserable standing around in your hotel lobby. If I don't give him an assignment every so often he gets -- could lose his head.
Carly: You're miserable working at the Metro Court?
Max: No, no, not at all. It's just -- it's my privilege to work for you --
Carly: But -- but you're bored?
Max: Well, it's --
Sonny: You know what? Max is bored out of his skull. He's just too polite to say anything. That's what's happening right now.
Carly: So you've been doing work with Sonny behind my back? You can't be honest with me?
Sonny: Carly, if you have a problem, then maybe he can quit working for you --
Carly: Wait, hell yes --
Sonny: Come back to me.
Carly: I have a problem.
Coop: You're the only thing in my life that makes any sense right now.
Maxie: What's going on?
Coop: I have a stakeout tonight. So many things could go wrong.
Maxie: Just do your job.
Coop: Yeah, well, which one? Lansing wants me to report any cops that might be working for Sonny.
Maxie: That could put you in an awkward position with Sonny.
Coop: I have gone from hostage taker to snitch. I don't even know which one's worse -- Lansing or Corinthos.
Alexis: You wanted to see me?
Ric: I'm bringing in a client of yours for questioning.
Alexis: Him? That's the client?
Jerry: It's a pleasure to see you again, Ms. Davis. I apologize for the misunderstanding at the hotel earlier.
Alexis: Nothing. Nothing. No harm done. Maybe we should just move on and put it behind us.
Jerry: I wouldn't want to.
Alexis: I would, really.
Jerry: No, no, no, no, no, I was rude, but it was unintentional, and I'd be delighted to take you out to dinner, really.
Patrick: Robin, you need to think about your career.
Robin: This patient is going to die if he doesn't have surgery.
Patrick: Ford just warned us of the repercussions if we operate.
Robin: You're thinking that he's going to suspend you and not me because you're more valuable?
Patrick: You know Ford. He's a bottom-line kind of guy.
Robin: Do you really think you can talk me out of this?
Patrick: You're right, I should know better. Look, I'm just giving you an option.
Robin: Let's scrub in.
Stan: Hi. Bug spray?
Lainey: Oh -- I'm good, thank you. Nice night.
Stan: Yeah, yeah. Your slumming clothes?
Lainey: What? Did you think I was going to wear pumps and a power suit to tar beach?
Stan: I'm sorry, what? Come again?
Lainey: Tar beach -- that's what we used to call the roof of our sorority house.
Stan: Oh. And then you all became capitalists and bought beaches of your own. Is that how it went down?
Lainey: Yeah. Rich and powerful, that's me. You really got me pegged, Stan.
Stan: Off to a great start.
Lainey: Man, it's like a sauna up here.
Stan: You should feel what it's like in my apartment. Actually, no -- scratch that.
Lainey: So what's in the cooler?
Stan: Uh, beer. I actually considered getting wine, but beer seemed a lot more appropriate for takeout burgers. You -- you want one?
Lainey: Got one. Thank you.
Stan: I see. Okay.
Lainey: Mmm. That hits the spot!
Stan: All right. Cheers.
Ric: You can't seriously be thinking about dating the Metro Court hostage taker.
Jerry: No, actually, it's been clearly established that I'm not James Craig.
Ric: No, what's been clearly established is you found a way to rig the D.N.A. test.
Alexis: You are assuming guilt without evidence, which is highly inappropriate for a district attorney.
Ric: And you are assuming innocence of a client that you knew to be guilty, which is equally inappropriate.
Alexis: It is also inappropriate to be having this conversation in front of the client, so if you wouldn't mind waiting outside, we'd appreciate it.
Jerry: Of course. My attorney knows best. Oh, and tell me when you're free for dinner, please.
Ric: How in God's name can you get involved with a psycho like that?
Alexis: I married you, didn't I?
Carly: Max started working for me because he wanted to break free of his life with you.
Sonny: Oh, come on. That's not true. Is that true?
Max: No, I never --
Carly: And you keep pulling him back in. You know what? I've been there, done that. I know how it feels. And working for me may not be the most exciting job in the world, but it's a step towards a new life. Would you please tell him?
Sonny: Max hates working at the Metro Court, but the only reason he is is because he would jump through hoops of fire for you. Tell her. Tell her.
Carly: Okay, are you really that bored, Max? Are you, please?
Max: I would be more than happy to work for you as long as you want me to.
Sonny: Okay, he's just saying that because he's a loyal guy.
Carly: And that's one of his finest qualities.
Sonny: And you're taking advantage of that. You don't feel bad about that?
Carly: I would if I knew he was unhappy, but you're not unhappy, are you?
Carly: I know working for me isn't as exciting as working for Sonny, but you really don't mind that, do you? Does it matter?
Max: No --
Sonny: No. You're a terrible liar, Max.
Carly: Okay, I admit that it's very reassuring knowing that you were always taking care of him.
Max: I do like watching out for Mr. C.
Carly: And you should. You're the best bodyguard he's ever had, and he needs you. Fine. But if you ever get unhappy and you want to come back and work for me, you're more than welcome.
Sonny: You do remember she's a married woman, right, Max?
Max: Yeah. Well, I know how much you must miss her, too.
Edward: What in God's name is taking Cook so long? I sat in the dining room for over an hour waiting for dinner to be served.
Alice: Well, Cook's not making dinner tonight.
Edward: Well -- well, why on earth not?
Alice: Well, she figured, why make a whole full-blown dinner when you're the only one at home to eat it.
Edward: Well, Lulu's around here somewhere.
Alice: No, she's waiting tables at Kelly's tonight.
Edward: Oh. Well, finally, a Spencer with a work ethic. Well, what about Monica? Oh, where have you been?
Monica: I've been in surgery. Why, what's the fuss?
Edward: Cook is refusing to make dinner tonight.
Monica: Oh. Well, that's okay. I had a late lunch and I'm not really that hungry.
Edward: Oh, really? Well, I am. Alice, I want you to march in that kitchen right now and you tell Cook I want dinner on the table this minute.
Alice: Well, I would, Mr. Q, but she's already left for the night.
Edward: Well --
Alice: Don't worry. I'm going to make you a sandwich. One dominator special coming up.
Edward: Dillon hasn't been gone 24 hours and I am reduced to cold cuts. I always knew that Dillon was her favorite.
Monica: Has anybody heard from Dillon?
Edward: Ned called last night when they arrived in Los Angeles.
Monica: Oh. You know, I had just started to accept the fact that I'm not going to be seeing Alan every day. Then Dillon goes. And Lulu is working all the time. This house is very, very empty. And very quiet.
Edward: Then enjoy the lull. I give it a week, two at the most, before Dillon will come to his senses and catch the first flight home.
Monica: Hmm. Where is Alice with your sandwich? Your low blood sugar is making you delusional, Edward.
Edward: Oh, no, no, no, Monica. Tracy has the corner on crazy. I'm the only one in the family who's able to face reality.
Monica: Well, if that were true, then you would realize that Dillon has been offered the opportunity of a lifetime, and he's not going to turn that down.
Edward: Monica, if there's one thing I know about Dillon is he is as loyal as he is driven. He feels a responsibility to his mother. He is not going to go off and make some fool movie while his mother is locked up in Shadybrook.
Monica: Oh. Oh, that's your plan, isn't it?
Monica: You're going to use Tracy as leverage to have Dillon give up his dream and come back home.
Georgie: Hi, Skye. What can I get you?
Skye: Actually, I was hoping that maybe if you had a few minutes, we could talk.
Georgie: It's not too busy. Sure.
Georgie: What's going on?
Skye: Well, I just -- I wanted to check in with you and see how you were doing. Looks like you're managing to keep yourself busy.
Georgie: Yeah, actually. Between this and volunteering at the hospital, I feel like I don't have any time to myself. Not that that's a bad thing. I could use the extra money.
Skye: What, are you saving for your own place?
Georgie: Sort of. Mac agreed to let me spend my junior year abroad, so -- but the catch is I have to pay for half of my room and board. So I'm going to spend every waking moment at this diner getting ready.
Skye: Where are you going to be studying?
Georgie: The Sorbonne in Paris.
Skye: Oh, my gosh! Paris is amazing.
Georgie: I know.
Skye: The food, the people, the shopping. Have you ever been there?
Georgie: I feel like I have. Robin lived there for years, and she talks about it nonstop. She's actually made this entire list of things I "have to do" when I go.
Skye: And then some. You know, one of the best things about being in Europe is that you can jump on a train and be anywhere within hours. You know, Italy, Spain, Greece. It's great.
Georgie: I have always wanted to see the world, and now there's nothing stopping me.
Skye: You mean, now that Dillon's gone?
Georgie: Dillon moved on long before he ever left for California. I think it's about time I do the same.
Logan: You sure you're okay here?
Lulu: You still have to take care of that shipment?
Logan: It's up to me to make sure it gets in okay, but I'll be back here as soon as I can. You promise you won't hook up with any boys while I'm gone?
Lulu: You'll just have to take your chances. Huh. What was that for, marking your territory?
Logan: No, that was for luck.
Det. Rodriguez: We got a tip that the shipment's going to be landing at Pier 12. They're going to be moving it through this alley.
Coop: Sonny's people will have nowhere to hide.
Officer: They'll have to give up without a fight.
Det. Rodriguez: Don't bet on it.
Edward: What's wrong with wanting my grandson to come back home?
Monica: Oh -- well, nothing, except there's a very big difference between wanting and tricking somebody into coming home. Come on, Edward. What happened to your decision to be supportive? And where is the man that stood here a few days ago and told Tracy not to make the same mistake with Dillon that you made with Alan?
Edward: Well, sadly, Monica, I never -- I never realized Alan's full potential. He was very gifted in medicine, just like Dillon is gifted in business. And with some guidance, that little boy can bring E.L.Q. back to its former glory.
Monica: Except he doesn't want to. And by the way, neither did Ned, but that didn't stop you from saddling him with that responsibility.
Edward: Oh, please -- if I hadn't stepped in, Ned would still be running around the street in leather pants calling himself Eddie Maine.
Monica: And very happy doing it. My God, Edward, when you forced Ned to make a decision between E.L.Q. and his dream, it almost broke him. And why are you going to put Dillon through the same thing?
Edward: Because I want Dillon to carry on the tradition that Lila and I started years ago. We built E.L.Q. with the hopes that it would be passed on from one generation to the next.
Monica: Well, there's plenty of time for this. Why force Dillon to do it now?
Edward: It's not as though Jason is going to give up his gangster life and settle down and raise a family. The closest he came to it was taking care of little Michael. You know, I really thought that one day, that little boy, Michael, might be the head of the family. But once Sonny Corinthos got his blood-stained hands on him, I knew that would never happen.
Edward: Well, it's about time. What have you got? What the hell is that?
Alice: Well, it's a dominator special. Look, lettuce, tomato, hummus, wheat germ. I eat three of these babies before every wrestling match, and I'm undefeated.
Edward: Ooh. What -- Monica, why can't you see that Dillon is my last chance to pass on my legacy? I will convince him to come back, one way or another. You mark my words.
Skye: I wasn't sure how you were going to react to Dillon leaving.
Georgie: Neither did I. To be honest, Dillon was such a big part of my life for so long, I -- I got to the point I didn't really know who I was without him. But that's all changing now. And I guess in a way, it had to.
Skye: Why would you say that?
Georgie: Last summer, everything really did fall apart. Dillon slept with Lulu, she got pregnant, had an abortion. Things just weren't the same anymore. Honestly, though, how could they be? Dillon went through this huge experience in his life without me. Right then, that's when I knew that we were over. Because Dillon had moved on without me.
Skye: Yeah. You know, that's what people never talk about. When you fall in love with somebody, inevitably, it's going to come to an end one day, whether through death or divorce. And then there you are, stuck having to move on with the rest of your life.
Georgie: I can't imagine what this must be like with a baby.
Skye: You know, the funny thing is, having Lila Rae makes it a little easier. I can't dwell on what might have been or what went wrong. I just can only focus on what my daughter needs in the moment. I'm not going to say it wasn't difficult. Lorenzo and I were supposed to spend the rest of our lives together. And then one day, it just changed. So now, I have no choice but to come up with a new plan.
Alexis: Given your history, you are in no position to criticize anyone's mental health.
Ric: You're going to compare me with a man who shot Robin Scorpio and caused Alan Quartermaine to die?
Alexis: Once again, there is no evidence that Jerry Jacks and Mr. Craig are one and the same.
Ric: Alexis, we're not in the courtroom, okay? We can speak truthfully here.
Alexis: At least Jerry loves his brother. And your unresolved hatred of yours --
Ric: Oh, come --
Alexis: Is virtually the reason for every unethical, amoral thing that you have ever done.
Ric: You were fully aware of my issues when you married me.
Alexis: And those are my issues.
Ric: Okay. You tolerated me long enough to have a child, didn't you?
Alexis: A child that you took from me in an acrimonious court battle.
Ric: Alexis, you had just gotten through a serious bout with cancer. I was starting to believe that you could spend a little bit more time with molly, and now this? This isn't going to do.
Alexis: Oh, no, you don't. You are going to call me an unfit mother now because I'm working again?
Ric: No, it has nothing to do with the fact that you're working. It has to do with this specific client. How can you get involved with truly dangerous men --
Ric: Like Jerry Jacks?
Ric: Like Sonny? Oh, don't -- don't go out with him just to spite me, though, Alexis, okay?
Carly: Come on, come on. Yes, yes. Oh. Oh, yes.
Carly: Oh. Oh.
Jerry: Carly, that -- that's a terrible waste of water. Turn it off.
Carly: You blow up hotels, you hold people hostage, and you trade government secrets that could ruin third world countries, and you're concerned with water conservation?
Jerry: I'll spare you the details. Suffice it to say that I've been to enough countries where water is more precious than gold, and I learned not to waste. Turn it off!
Carly: Good for you! Leave me alone! I'm tired and my feet hurt!
Jerry: Hey, in case you haven't noticed, we're in the middle of a drought. All extraneous use of water is subject to fine and imprisonment. I'm turning it off.
Carly: Don't touch it.
Sonny: So you sure you want to come back and work for me, Max?
Max: You know I'd do anything for Mrs. C.
Max: But you were right. Working at the Metro Court was driving me crazy. Dealing with baggage and customer complaints and --
Sonny: It's a waste of your talent, Max.
Max: People were asking me which way the restrooms were. You know, and here you were, dealing with business on your own while Jason's been locked up at Pentonville. I was worried about you, Mr. C.
Sonny: I appreciate that. I need somebody I can trust. The shipment that's coming in tonight -- we're going to let it go.
Max: But Coop warned you that the PCPD was staking it out.
Sonny: If I change the route or do anything else, Ric's going to know that I have an informant. So I got to let it play out. Now, you know, Logan's with my people. If he's as good as he says, then he will find a way. If not, oh, well, no great loss.
Logan: Come on, come on. Let's go. Come on.
Det. Rodriguez: Police. Freeze!
Robin: You were brilliant.
Patrick: When am I not?
Robin: I'm serious. That patient is alive because of you.
Patrick: I knew there was a reason why I went through four years of med school and two years of residency.
Robin: To save lives?
Patrick: No, to impress women. What do you say we go get us a little bit of takeout and go to my place?
Robin: How fast can we get there?
Patrick: Well --
Russell: Operating on that man was completely irresponsible. You flaunted my authority. Worse than that, you jeopardized the hospital. There will be a price.
Lainey: Mmm. You're staring at me. Is it me or the burger?
Lainey: You're hungry. Dig in. Mmm.
Stan: Go ahead and just admit it.
Lainey: This is good.
Stan: Admit it.
Stan: That you'd rather be down at the Metro Court eating overpriced food, drinking vintage wine, while the kitchen staff slave over their food for hours, while they get paid minimum wage and live below the poverty line.
Lainey: I don't like to think about the oppressed. It ruins my appetite.
Stan: Very funny.
Lainey: It's humor. You might want to try it sometime.
Stan: Yeah, well, you know what? I don't laugh about the working poor in this country.
Lainey: So what do you laugh at?
Stan: You. Pretending that you're enjoying that beer when you're probably chocking on every gulp of it.
Lainey: Well, for your information, there's nothing I like better than a cold beer on a night like this. And fast-food burgers are my guilty pleasure.
Stan: Why are you working so hard to act like you're enjoying this?
Lainey: Why are you working so hard to alienate me?
Carly: I put up with you holding me hostage. I protected you because you're Jax's brother. I lied for you, even when you sent my husband God knows where to go looking for you. I'm done! I am so over it!
Jerry: I'm turning it off!
Carly: I'm warning you, don't touch the spigot!
Jerry: Oh, come on, this is absurd. What the hell did you do that for?
Carly: I am so sick of you telling me what to do!
Jerry: Stop that --
Carly: No. No.
Jerry: Give me that thing.
Carly: Get off of me.
Jerry: Give me that bloody -- give me that --
Carly: Get off of me!
Alexis: Carly, I'm going to kill you!
Max: Mr. Corinthos is busy right now.
Ric: Well, he'll want to hear what I have to say.
Sonny: Let me -- go ahead, Max. Go. What are you -- what are you -- what do you need?
Ric: Oh, I just wanted to talk to you about the evidence that's going to put Jason away for the rest of his life.
Sonny: Well, you haven't -- there's no body, so you can't really prove that Alcazar's really dead, right?
Ric: I'm just giving you a heads-up, Sonny, okay? Off the record.
Sonny: Oh, you mean like brother to brother type of thing?
Ric: Alcazar had a digital recorder running in his living room when Jason came to kill him.
Lorenzo's voice: Morgan –
Man: You know, I've got a table up front. Great view.
Lulu: Huh. Good for you. I hope you and your mommy enjoy it.
Maxie: Excuse me. Oh, poor Lulu. Did you get stood up?
Lulu: Why do you care? And by the way, who are you stalking, me or Logan?
Det. Rodriguez: Put your hands on your heads.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Jerry: I'm so sorry. I didn't know you were here.
Sam: You are not infatuated with Jerry Jacks.
Ric: Jason's going away for life, Sonny, but I do have a proposition for you.
Patrick: You're giving us detention?
Russell: Enjoy the night shift.
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