General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 8/15/07
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Patrick: You "think" you're pregnant?
Robin: I'm late. And you know me. I'm like clockwork. I'm always on time.
Patrick: Oh. How could this have happened?
Edward: Ah, ah, ah. Where do you think you're going, young lady?
Lulu: Um -- out?
Monica: You have been out every night this week.
Lulu: Last time I checked, that wasn't a crime.
Edward: Depends on what you're doing and what kind of company you keep.
Lulu: You got me. I am taking the Bentley out and I'm going clubbing in every dive that I can find. Actually, there's this great place that lets the customer strip and pole dance.
Edward: This is not a joke. Now, with your father gone, and with Tracy in Shadybrook, it's our responsibility to look after you.
Lulu: I -- I know that you mean well, but really, I'm fine. There is nothing going on.
Logan: Hey, Lulu.
Edward: You call this nothing?
[Judge pounds gavel]
Ric: Your Honor -- Your Honor, defense is opening their case by grandstanding.
Judge: Make your point and move on, Ms. Miller.
Diane: Mr. Takahama, as coroner, isn't it your job to autopsy all murder victims in Port Charles?
Ric: Asked and answered, Your Honor. We've already established that Mr. Alcazar's body has not been recovered yet.
Diane: Mr. Takahama, without a body, or any other supporting forensic evidence, such as D.N.A., or -- or -- or evidence of a struggle, you have no proof that the man is dead, or that a crime has been committed. Is that correct?
Mr. Takahama: Yes.
Carly: Who is this?
Irina: My name is Irina, and I've just had sex with your husband.
Robin: Well, try not to look so panicked. I'm not even sure that I am pregnant.
Patrick: Robin, wait. Hey, Robin.
Elizabeth: What's going on?
Epiphany: Drake Jr. just got a big surprise.
Elizabeth: He doesn't look too happy about it.
Epiphany: You see, this is one of these moments when a woman finds out her man's true colors. Will he be a grownup and accept his responsibility? Or will he revert to adolescence and say, "Sorry, honey, your problem, not mine"?
Patrick: Have you -- have you taken a pregnancy test?
Robin: No, not yet.
Patrick: Okay, but you're late. All right, how -- how many days late are you?
Robin: The look on your face is shifting from panic to terror.
Patrick: Well, Robin, I'm a little stunned here. I mean, this is -- this is huge. This is -- this is huge news. I mean, I thought we were being careful.
Robin: No birth control is 100%.
Patrick: Okay. But we use condoms. I mean -- and you're supposed to be on the pill.
Robin: I am on the pill. Huh -- unless you think that I went off of it without telling you, hoping to get pregnant.
Alan: Don't worry.
Alan: He'll show.
Scott: Tracy, the staff said that you wanted to see me.
Tracy: Admit it. I figured out your plan.
Scott: Well, now, did you get this from Alan, the unfriendly ghost? Did he give you some sort of a tip from beyond the grave?
Alan: Hey, have some respect for the dead, you little twit.
Tracy: This is cruel even for you.
Scott: All right, cut it out. What is it you think that I've done?
Tracy: You knew all along that Logan Hayes was your son, and this whole mess with Lulu -- it's a trap for Luke.
Edward: Well, you certainly have your father's sense of gall, coming here to our home unannounced.
Lulu: Logan has nothing in common with his father, except for biology.
Edward: My God, now she's defending him.
Alice: You know, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
Edward: That's well said, Alice.
Alice: Take a look at you and Ms. Tracy -- two peas in a pod.
Edward: Will you go dust something?
Lulu: Logan can't help who his father is.
Logan: Hey, look, you guys are right -- Baldwin’s scum, and he's hurt a lot of people --
Logan: Including my mother, and hers. But I'm grateful to the man for one thing -- if I had not come to Port Charles to look for him face to face, I would have never met her.
Edward: Hmm. All the more reason for me to despise that man.
Logan: Okay, look, I've come here because I want to be upfront and honest, all right? I would like to start dating Lulu. And I know you guys are kind of like an extended family to her, and I just want you to know that she'll be safe with me.
Monica: Do you work for Sonny Corinthos?
Edward: Oh, no, not again. Will we never get free of that gutter-crawling riffraff? He put you up to this, didn't he?
Edward: Corinthos. And you need to know this, young man. Lulu is not the first innocent that he has led astray.
Lulu: Sonny doesn't even know that Logan and I are dating.
Monica: Well, you're not, and I doubt very seriously if you will be.
Lulu: Logan is not going to put me in danger.
Edward: Oh, God -- don't be so naive, my dear.
Logan: Listen, I will never let my work for Sonny touch her. Ever.
Monica: I have a son who works for Sonny. There's a heavy, heavy price for that, and he is paying it right now.
Diane: Commissioner Scorpio, you have been police commissioner here in Port Charles for over 10 years, is that correct?
Diane: And during the time that you have held that office, how many times has Jason Morgan been arrested?
Mac: I'm not sure of the exact number, but I'd say around a dozen.
Diane: A dozen? Well, according to Mr. Morgan's PCPD file, 32 separate incidents.
Mac: That looks about right.
Diane: How many times has he been convicted?
Diane: Could you repeat that, Commissioner?
Diane: So 32 times, your department has subjected my client to the humiliation of being handcuffed, fingerprinted, and falsely accused?
Mac: Just because Jason was never convicted doesn't mean he was innocent.
Diane: Yes or no, Commissioner?
Diane: How do you account for that astonishing ratio of arrest to conviction?
Mac: Jason Morgan can afford to hire high-priced attorneys like yourself.
Diane: You display a surprising lack of confidence in the legal system, Commissioner. If there had been even one shred of evidence against my client, no high-priced attorney in the world could have made a judge and jury turn a blind eye.
Ric: Your Honor, objection. Objection. Defense is speculating.
Judge: Sustained. Get to the point, Ms. Miller.
Diane: Isn't it possible that this current charge of murdering a man, who may not even be dead, is the direct result of a personal vendetta by Mr. Lansing against my client with the willing help of the PCPD?
Ric: Objection, Your Honor.
Diane: Isn't it true that --
Ric: Objection, Your Honor.
Diane: Ric Lansing has been out to get Jason Morgan for years, and this trial is simply more of the same?
Carly: Let me speak to my husband.
Irina: I'm afraid that won't be possible.
Carly: How do I know Jax is even there?
Irina: You'll just have to take my word for it.
[Irina hangs up]
Jerry: Who was that?
Carly: That was a woman with a Russian accent who called herself "Irina." The same name as your supposedly dead girlfriend. Now, that's a wild coincidence, isn't it?
Jerry: And what did this Irina say?
Carly: She said she's sleeping with my husband. What the hell is going on, and where is Jax?
Jerry: I gave clear instru-- no, I do not want to hear any excuses. Do as your told, or there won't be a next time, do you understand? I apologize. I arranged for this call to be made, and I cancelled it. And apparently, those instructions were too complex for this woman I employ.
Carly: Why would you want to convince me that Jax was sleeping with another woman?
Jerry: I wanted to hurt you. You know, to put you off guard, to make you vulnerable. But as I say, I canceled it when I realized that I didn't need any leverage. I can see how well we work together as a team.
Carly: Why have her call herself Irina?
Jerry: Well, it's a very common name in former soviet countries. It's like calling someone "Karen" or "Linda."
Carly: Yeah, you had a girlfriend named Irina, who was supposedly shot right in front of you. You see, I would think that you'd never want to hear that name.
Jerry: Hey, it just popped into my head. Subconscious guilt, I suppose.
Carly: A convoluted excuse is what it is.
Jerry: You know how much I like clever mind games. I guess it was not one of my best. But judging by your reaction, it served its purpose.
Monica: And don't forget the women in Sonny's world. They are in danger, too, Lulu. Not just physically, but mentally, as well. The whole criminal lifestyle takes a very heavy toll.
Lulu: Whoa -- yeah, you are jumping from A to Z. Logan and I are just going to date.
Edward: No, you are not going to date. Now, look, Corinthos is a curse. And if he sicced this pathetic reprobate on to you, then he --
Lulu: I am not some pathetic victim.
Monica: Oh, neither was Carly.
Edward: No, look, she may be exasperating, but Carly is a strong, courageous woman. And yet, it took her years, and a mental hospital, to break free of Corinthos' orbit.
Lulu: Not that you're biased or anything.
Logan: I'm not dating Lulu on Sonny's orders.
Edward: How many times do I have to tell you? You are not dating Lulu at all!
Logan: Mr. Quartermaine, I came here to be open and honest about my actions.
Monica: And we are going to be open and honest in return. Lulu is not going out with a gangster.
Lulu: Jason has worked for Sonny for years, and he's this family's golden boy.
Logan: Huh, huh. You know what? It's all right. I could quit my job tomorrow and you guys still wouldn't want me around, because I'm Baldwin’s son.
Edward: And you know something, young man? You have the same smarmy look of sincerity.
Monica: I'm sorry, Mr. Hayes, but I'm afraid we're going to have to ask you to leave.
Edward: Alice, show him the door. And listen, you are not to contact Lulu again.
Lulu: You can't tell us what to do.
Logan: Lulu, it's okay. I don't want to make any trouble for you.
Lulu: You're not, they are.
Alice: Look, I'm sorry, Ms. Lulu.
Lulu: Not again.
Alice: You know this is what Mr. Luke would want.
Lulu: My father believes in accepting people for who they are.
Edward: Sure, unless their name is Cassadine or Baldwin.
Logan: You know what? It's all right. Everybody chill out. I'm leaving.
Lulu: Logan --
Monica: Lulu -- Lulu, I know you don't believe this right now, but honest to goodness, this is for your own good.
Lulu: Okay, you are not my family. You can't tell me what to do. I'm going to see Logan whether you like it or not.
Lucky: Hey. You -- you mind if I join you?
Sam: No, not at all. It's nice to see a friendly face.
Lucky: I heard you were called to testify again.
Sam: Yes, there is new evidence that Lorenzo Alcazar may be alive.
Lucky: How convenient.
Sam: I know. And Ric, of course, was trying to do damage control, so he called me on the stand, hoping I would say, like, some sort of direct knowledge of Jason planning a hit on Lorenzo, or anyone else.
Lucky: Well, do you?
Sam: No, or course not. Jason never discussed his business with me.
Lucky: Yeah, to protect himself.
Sam: You know, I was with Jason for three years, and I got to tell you, it would have been really easy for me to get on that stand and say that I heard him make a hit on someone. I mean, like why not lie? Other people have done it.
Lucky: Ric must have assumed you would.
Sam: I thought about it. I did, because I wanted Jason to hurt the way that I have been hurting.
Lucky: But you couldn't go through with it. Because it's not who you are.
Robin: I'm not flushing my birth control pills, if that's what you're implying.
Patrick: I didn't mean to imply that.
Robin: And I'm not poking holes in your condoms, either. I mean, if you actually think that I'm so desperate to have a child that I would try and trap you, you're way off base.
Patrick: Okay, that's not fair.
Robin: But you're telling me that was your first instinct.
Patrick: Okay, but you're -- you're way ahead of me here. I mean, you've had days to -- to sort through your thoughts. I'm having an initial reaction. Robin, this is life-changing news.
Robin: I agree. And just for the record, I didn't want this to happen, either.
Patrick: Huh. Huh, a baby? This is -- this is just weird. I mean, we're both so young. We have our careers ahead of us. So many experiences before we settle down.
Patrick: Yeah, you know -- just experi--
Robin: I see. So we may have conceived a child, and the only thing you can think about is how this might screw up your swinging single life?
Patrick: Robin –
Carly: You know, you keep telling me that you want to win me over, and how much you love Jax, and you want to mend fences, and then you would pull something like this?
Jerry: I apologize for the heavy-handed ruse. I mean, it proved to be unnecessary, okay.
Carly: I want you to stay away from me.
Jerry: Carly, I mean, you can't expect me to fully trust you when -- any more than you feel you can fully trust me.
Carly: Goodbye, Jerry.
Jerry: We'll reconvene later.
Carly: Marty, I want you to pull up the caller I.D. for that call so I can call back.
Marty: Sure. Here it is.
Carly: Okay. Thank you.
Irina: Hmm. That must be your brother or your wife returning the call. Should I answer?
Tracy: Scott, you are playing with fire. When Luke finds out that you deliberately set this up --
Scott: I would never throw Logan, that lizard, anywhere near Lulu.
Tracy: Oh, don't pretend to care about Lulu.
Alan: Hey, you're wasting your breath -- not that that's ever stopped you before.
Tracy: Lulu has been through enough. When you went after guardianship of Laura, you deliberately orchestrated it so that Lulu would have to hear about the rape. That was cruel. Lulu did not deserve that.
Scott: Tracy, since when did you become mother goose?
Tracy: Lulu is my stepdaughter.
Scott: Yeah, you're in love with her father, but when did you become a sucker for the kid?
Tracy: You know that it's going to make Luke crazy when he finds out that Logan is after his daughter.
Scott: You know, you're way off base here, Tracy. I would never let that punk hurt Lulu in any capacity.
Tracy: Your punk.
Scott: He is not my kid!
Tracy: Do you want to shut me up?
Tracy: There's one way to do it.
Robin: Double the patient's dose and we'll see if his condition improves.
Patrick: Have you worked up the drug therapy protocol for Mr. Watson?
Robin: Right here.
Patrick: Thank you.
Robin: So, where were we?
Elizabeth: Oh, we were doubling the doze.
Robin: Right, for the next 24 hours, and then we'll see if -- um -- sorry. I'm -- I'm a little distracted right now.
Elizabeth: Do you and Patrick have some big news?
Robin: I said that kind of loud, didn't I?
Elizabeth: Kind of.
Robin: Well, you know, today is -- is the first day I can get a reliable response from a pregnancy test, so as soon as my shift's over, I'll go take a test, find out. As you can see, Patrick’s totally freaking.
Patrick: I'm not ready to be a father.
Epiphany: Really? I would have never guessed.
Patrick: I -- I just got my own life together. Being a parent is something that I don't think I'm ready to deal with.
Epiphany: How -- why don't you stop worrying about yourself for a moment and have a little compassion for the mother?
Patrick: We don't even know if Robin's pregnant yet.
Epiphany: And what are you going to do if she is?
Elizabeth: Patrick's in shock.
Robin: He's not the only one.
Elizabeth: Okay, I know exactly how you're feeling. Cameron and Jake -- both surprises, and both times, when I found out I was pregnant, I didn't know how I was going to cope.
Robin: So, do you have any regrets?
Elizabeth: None. Those boys are my life.
Epiphany: Stop looking like a deer caught in the headlights. Robin can handle you, so that means she is more than capable of raising a child on her own.
Patrick: I didn't say I didn't want to be involved, okay? I'm no deadbeat. If I have a child walking on this earth, I want to make a contribution. I'm just saying I'm -- I'm -- I don't know if I'm ready to change diapers and play with trucks in the sandbox, and -- and go to little league games, and -- oh -- ballet recitals?
Epiphany: Aren't you getting a little ahead of yourself here?
Patrick: Some guys can't get enough of this stuff. Look at Dr. Brendan O’Donnell. He -- he was married what, 15 minutes and his wife got pregnant? He was thrilled. That's not me, Epiphany. Kids make me nervous.
Epiphany: That is between you and Robin, assuming there is a child.
Robin: I'm getting someone to cover for me.
Patrick: Hey, where are you going?
Robin: To take a pregnancy test.
Lucky: You still hoping things work out with you and Jason?
Sam: Oh, I think it's too late to repair the damage.
Lucky: Well, you never know until you try.
Sam: I put everything into that relationship, and I got nothing back. I just -- I can't believe that one night with Elizabeth would be more important than the three years Jason spent with me.
Lucky: You really think that it was only one night?
Sam: I don't know, Lucky. I don't know. Does it really matter? I mean, that's -- it -- Jason was emotionally unfaithful. That's what destroyed our relationship.
Lucky: I'm sorry, Sam. I --
Sam: Oh. You know what? You are the only one. Because Sonny and Carly and everyone else -- they are cheering. Couldn't wait to get in line to make me the bad guy.
Lucky: Why does everybody believe that Jason can do no wrong?
Sam: I know. I used to do the same exact thing. I would make excuses for him, and jump to his rescue. But -- you know, I don't -- I don't mean to sound like the victim here. I just -- I really feel like I've been played for a fool.
Lucky: Yeah, I know exactly what you mean.
Maxie: Pay attention, because I'm only going to say this once. Keep your skanky self away from my boyfriend.
Diane: Could you identify this, please?
Man: It's the record of a withdrawal from a Singapore bank.
Diane: Can you tell the court who withdrew the money?
Man: Lorenzo Alcazar.
Diane: Could anyone else have withdrawn this money?
Man: Not with this kind of account. It requires fingerprint and retina scan. Mr. Alcazar would have had to have been there in person.
Diane: Does this document indicate when the money was withdrawn?
Diane: Thank you. Your witness.
Ric: Thank you. Is it possible that someone could have subverted the system?
Man: It's highly unlikely.
Ric: Really? Well, isn't it true that Bolivian drug lords managed to launder money through your bank for the past six years?
Man: I don't see the relevance.
Ric: Well, all I'm saying is, if motivated criminals with unlimited resources managed to subvert your banking system, isn't it possible that they could have done the same thing in order to keep one of their own from being convicted of murder?
Man: I suppose anything is --
Ric: I'm sorry, is that a yes or a no?
Man: Ahem -- yes.
Ric: Thank you.
Diane: Ms. Joffe, why did you have a camera crew outside the PCPD on the day that Jason Morgan was transferred back from Pentonville to await this trial?
Amelia: The district attorney approached me and offered me full access to Jason Morgan’s trial, starting with his transfer back from Pentonville.
Diane: Is that common?
Amelia: Oh, it's unprecedented. Mr. Lansing said as much.
Diane: What reason did Mr. Lansing provide you for granting this unprecedented access to the proceedings against my client?
Amelia: D.A. Lansing was confident he would get a conviction, and he wanted to document every step. Mr. Lansing said it was a high-profile case that could make a career, but it was also personal.
Ric: Okay -- objection, Your Honor. This -- this is pure speculation.
Diane: Your Honor, the witness is recounting her own conversation with the district attorney. There is no speculation, there is no hearsay. It is her best recollection of what the district attorney said.
Judge: You may proceed. However, the witness is cautioned to confine her testimony to the conversation as she remembers it.
Amelia: Yes, Your Honor.
Diane: Ms. Joffe, did Mr. Lansing say anything else that would suggest this case is personal?
Amelia: Yes, he did. Mr. Lansing said he was going to be the one who sent Jason to prison, and that he wanted to document every step for publicity.
Irina: Someone is anxious to get ahold of me. And you are just as eager for me to answer. Although I can't imagine why. The sooner Jerry gets here, the sooner you die.
Jax: You get my brother here whenever you want, just leave my wife out of this.
Irina: Oh, so noble. Too bad there is no future for you and your beloved.
Jax: You had to know Carly would call back, so answer it.
Irina: You forget who's in charge. On the other hand, why not to play it your way for once?
[Phone stops ringing]
Irina: Oh, well. I guess we'll just have to hope your wife calls back.
Marty: Is everything all right, Carly?
Carly: Yeah, yeah. Someone was just playing a trick on me.
Patrick: Why didn't you just take the test at the hospital?
Robin: Well, because everyone on the seventh floor knows that I might be pregnant. I don't want everyone standing around waiting to see the results.
Robin: You don't have to be here, by the way.
Patrick: Look, I know I didn't react well.
Robin: Try sheer terror, flop sweat.
Patrick: I know, Robin, this came out of left field. I mean, we use condoms, you're on the pill.
Robin: You still think I tricked you into this, do you?
Patrick: No, I don't think you tricked me into this. It's just it was sudden. I mean, I'm sure you reacted the same way when you heard you may be pregnant.
Robin: I was blindsided. I mean, I don't even know how it's possible.
Patrick: And I know the first things out of my mouth should have been, "How are you feeling? Are you doing okay?" Except I went to how it's going to affect me, and -- and it was -- it was selfish.
Robin: But natural.
Patrick: I'm sorry; I should have been more sensitive.
Robin: Okay, apology accepted.
Patrick: Okay. Whatever happens, we'll stumble through this together. Okay?
Lulu: If Coop is finally getting wise to you, don't blame it on me.
Maxie: You know, you run so hot and cold with Logan because you think maybe you can't handle him. You going to try and use Coop as a backup?
Lulu: Do you see how desperate and clingy you are?
Maxie: I know how you operate, Lulu. I saw how you used Dillon, and I see how you jerked that weirdo, Spinelli, around. You're looking for a guy who's safe and loyal, because you're afraid Logan’s going to hurt you. But Coop is taken.
Lulu: Until his heart gets stomped on when you decide to sleep with another guy.
Maxie: Not that it's any of your business, but I am loyal to Coop.
Lulu: Oh, for now how long, a month, two on the outside?
Maxie: At least I don't tease three guys at one time. Too bad Dillon left town. Missing a member of your fan club?
Lulu: Forget it. I've lost my appetite.
Diane: The district attorney has been driven by his personal ambitions and desire for revenge against Jason Morgan. But in his rush to judgment, the district attorney has overlooked one crucial fact about this case. Lorenzo Alcazar is still alive.
Ric: How convenient for the defense that this evidence should suddenly materialize. Lorenzo Alcazar, supposedly making all these trips to the bank, making transfers to and from accounts. A paper trail with absolutely no eyewitness whatsoever to back it up. Only some grainy video footage with the time and date stamped altered. But why should we be surprised, huh? Jason Morgan is a criminal, right? He works for criminals. And that's what they do. They operate outside the law.
Diane: District attorney Lansing has abused the power of his office to carry out a personal vendetta against Jason Morgan, a man whose only crime has been to be a trusted friend to Mr. Lansing's ex-wife, Elizabeth Spencer, and to Mr. Lansing's brother, Sonny Corinthos.
Ric: Jason Morgan has no alibi for the afternoon that Lorenzo Alcazar supposedly vanished without taking a single piece of personal property, or saying goodbye to his only child.
Diane: You all heard the numbers. Jason Morgan has been arrested by the Port Charles police department 32 times, and has never been convicted of any crime.
Ric: Mr. Morgan has never been convicted of a crime because he can pay for the sort of legal slight of hand that ms. Miller is attempting here today. But the facts are clear. An eyewitness sat here and swore, under oath, that he saw Jason Morgan place the lifeless body of Lorenzo Alcazar into the back of an S.U.V. like so much garbage. I played you a recording, where Mr. Alcazar clearly says Mr. Morgan's name, followed by the unmistakable sound of a shot being fired through a silencer. And then subsequently, Mr. Alcazar's body hitting the ground.
Diane: You've heard the testimony about Lorenzo Alcazar's hatred of Jason Morgan. You've heard that Lorenzo Alcazar is involved in dangerous business transactions, and has a history of deception and mind games. Well, why wouldn't Lorenzo Alcazar flee this country, and leave behind him a trail of false evidence to suggest that he had been murdered?
Ric: Defense counsel accuses me of making this personal. It is. Time after time, the legal system has tried to bring Jason Morgan to justice, and time after time, he has walked away, free to kill again. Well, who's going to be his next victim, hmm? Somebody I care about? My daughter? How about somebody you care about? No, as district attorney of this city, it is my job to uphold the law, and men like Jason Morgan make a mockery of that law, and it has got to stop. It has got to end here, today.
Ric: Jason Morgan committed murder. You find him guilty.
Diane: The district attorney speaks so eloquently about wanting to convict Jason Morgan. But cannot see past his own personal prejudice. Because no murder has been committed. Lorenzo Alcazar is not dead. So it is up to you to let Mr. Lansing find his revenge somewhere else. And find Jason Morgan not guilty.
Epiphany: Go ahead and please take the rest of the day off.
Elizabeth: What do you mean?
Epiphany: I just heard on the news that Jason's case has gone to jury. That means that you're going to be thinking about the verdict, wondering if Jason's okay. You will be completely useless to me, and maybe even a danger to the patients. So please do us all a favor and take yourself down to the courthouse.
Elizabeth: Thank you, Epiphany. I would love to be there, but I can’t. I can't do that to Lucky.
Diane: Look, for a jury to convict, they have to be convinced beyond a reasonable doubt. Now, with the evidence that Lorenzo Alcazar is alive, I do not see how this jury can return a guilty verdict. But there's no way to predict.
Carly: Jason -- I am so sorry for not being here for you.
Jason: It's okay.
Diane: The guard is waiting to take you down to holding. But I'll try and stall them a little bit.
Carly: I'm kicking myself for not being here, and I don't really have a good excuse, except for Jax.
Jason: Well, did you -- did you find him?
Carly: No, and I'm worried sick, and Jerry knows it, and he's playing games with me.
Jason: What -- what do you mean? What are you talking about?
Carly: A woman called the hotel telling me that she slept with Jax. Jerry says he had her call, which makes no sense. And to top it all off, she said her name was --
Jason: What? What was the name?
Jason: No, it's something, Carly --
Carly: You know what?
Jason: And how does Jerry fit into all this?
Carly: I forgot, I have something to take care of. I'll be back.
Jason: No, you don't have to take care of anything, Carly.
Carly: I will be fine.
Jason: Don't do anything crazy, please.
Scott: Tracy, I can't believe you talked me into this.
Tracy: Well, you don't want to live in denial anymore. You consciously or unconsciously, you just want this over with.
Alan: It's a lousy idea.
Alan: It's going to backfire on you big time.
Tracy: Why are you always so negative?
Scott: You know, uh, Alan, I appreciate you making it easy to keep Tracy locked up, but could you do me a favor and go haunt a house like all the other ghosts do?
Tracy: Scott -- you're talking to a bed.
Logan: What is he doing here?
Tracy: Logan, you got my message. Scott has decided he wants to settle things once and for all, so we're going to do a blood test to see if you really are biologically his son.
Scott: Ah –
Robin: Statistics have improved. Chances of passing H.I.V. to a baby are very low, even if I'm pregnant, which I hope I'm not.
Patrick: You'll be a great mom, whether it's now or in the future sometime.
Robin: Okay, let's just not talk about this till we know for sure.
Patrick: Yeah. Right.
Robin: Stop looking at your watch. You're making me nervous.
Patrick: Oh, what, if I didn't, you'd be calm?
Robin: Okay, we're both nervous.
Robin: I mean, this is like the last thing we expected.
Robin: I mean, I know that I want to have a family someday. Just --
Robin: Not now.
Patrick: I don't know if anybody's ever really ready to be parents. But the baby's born -- there it is, and you just -- you know, you have to cope. Huh. What?
Robin: I'm just imagining you coping with a brand-new baby screaming its lungs out at 3:00 in the morning.
[Watch alarm beeps]
Robin: Okay. Time's up. This is it.
Patrick: Yeah. Hmm.
Carly: Where are you going?
Jerry: I'm going to get Jax and bring him home.
Carly: Why now? I've been asking you to do that for a month. What's changed? Why now?
Jerry: Well, you responded to me amicably. You've treated me as an ally, rather than an enemy.
Carly: You're worried about Jax.
Jerry: Oh -- why should I be?
Carly: Because you made up that story about the phone call, and you were just as surprised that that woman called.
Jerry: It's because I canceled that particular ruse. That's --
Carly: Stop! And admit it. You lured Jax away from home, he disappeared, and you lost him, and you have no idea where he is.
Jerry: No, I don’t.
Logan: I don't have to prove anything.
Scott: You see? He refuses to take the blood test. He's lying like a sweaty used-car salesman in the summer.
Logan: No, no! No, it means I don't give a damn what you think.
Tracy: Okay, this man walked out on your mother when she was pregnant with you. Don't you feel an obligation to expose him for the filthy rat that he is? Ah, another one.
Lulu: What's going on?
Logan: She would like me to take a blood test to prove that I'm Scott Baldwin’s son.
Lulu: Do you want to?
Robin: It's negative.
Robin: I'm not pregnant.
Patrick: Okay. Well, that's good. I mean, this is -- this is the news that we were hoping for. That's good.
Robin: You don't have to be quite so happy about it.
Patrick: Robin, I'm not ready to be a parent, at least not yet, and you -- you just said the same thing, so this is -- this is really the best thing that could have happened right now. Right?
Amelia: I just heard from a reliable source that the jury's coming back with a verdict. If Jason's acquitted, you might want to be there.
Elizabeth: Why are you concerned?
Amelia: Jason saved my life. I tend to think highly of people who do that. I was also there when he broke bail to save your son. Jake's a sweet little baby, but I have to believe he also wanted to help you.
Elizabeth: Come on, the entire town knows I slept with Jason. Why make things worse by showing up for the verdict?
Amelia: If you don't take advantage of this, trust me, Sam will.
Jason: Whew. That was fast.
Diane: That's not always a good thing.
Ric: You put up an impressive fight.
Diane: You haven't won.
Bailiff: All rise.
Judge: Have you reached a verdict?
Juror: We have, Your Honor.
Judge: Will the defendant rise?
Judge: Will you please read the verdict?
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Carly: You tell me right now what happened to my husband.
Irina: Your brother will be here soon. Ugh.
Sonny: If the jury comes back with a guilty verdict, I'll be breaking Jason out of police custody.
Coop: What do you want me to do?
Juror: We, the jury, find the defendant, Jason Morgan --
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