General Hospital Transcript Friday 9/28/07
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Diane: Oh, good -- you saved me the cost of a process server.
Diane: Your divorce papers.
Emily: So far, so good.
Elizabeth: It definitely has curb appeal, I'll give you that much. There's no way I'm going to walk into the first house I look at and fall in love.
Emily: Oh, you don't know that. And why the negativity?
Elizabeth: Realism. I've learned the hard way not to get my hopes up. It only makes the inevitable crash landing that much harder.
[Knock on door]
Sonny: Look at you.
Kate: Yes, different, I know.
Sonny: I don't -- I don't think I've seen you out of high heels since high school.
Kate: Well, these are my sensible shoes, suitable for community service. Stop it, just wish me luck, okay? After today at the hospital, I'll only have 119 more to go.
Spinelli: Ah, here you go, fair Lulu, a proper, nutritious blend of fruit, protein, and carbs.
Lulu: You don't have to wait on me, Spinelli.
Spinelli: Well, I just want to make sure you feel comfortable in your new abode.
Lulu: You're the best, you know that? You always look out for me. Huh. So why didn't I listen to you when you warned me about getting involved with Logan?
[Knock on door]
Spinelli: I will get that. Partake.
Carly: We have to have a talk about bad boys and how you stay away from them.
Sonny: Am I supposed to believe that you're perfectly fine doing six months community service at GH.?
Kate: I learned a long time ago how to turn a setback into an advantage.
Sonny: Yeah, and I know this whole "put on a good face in a bad situation" thing, you know, but you don't have to do that with me, Kate.
Kate: I -- I am not serving time in a correctional facility. Everything else is all good, as far as I'm concerned.
Sonny: What about your magazine?
Kate: I'll be taking a leave of absence --
Kate: Which is admittedly difficult, since I haven't been away from the magazine for more than two weeks at a time since I left college.
Sonny: Good thing you're not a workaholic.
Kate: Right. So when exactly was that vacation you took?
Kate: Mm-hmm. And besides, when I return I'll have a fresh perspective --
Kate: I'm thinking about keeping a journal. Maybe I can take notes about my own adjustment, about people I meet -- the patients, the -- the staff, and, you know, publish it during my time and keep myself alive -- I don't know -- in the eyes of readers. What -- what do you think? Good? Yeah?
Kate: Maybe I'll come across a special case, someone uninsured, and, um, I could use the magazine to bring attention to their problem.
Sonny: You know what? I appreciate your determination here, but I got to tell you something, okay? You got to be realistic because your troubles are far from over.
Carly: Spinelli, I need some time alone with Lulu to talk to her and to help her pack. Let's go.
Spinelli: Ah -- no, no. Just -- see, the Blond One just arrived, and Stone Cold and I are just getting used to her beautiful presence at the breakfast table.
Carly: Out! Go! Now! Please! Why didn't you call me? I would've come back, you know I would've.
Lulu: Yeah, I appreciate that, but I make my own decisions, and when they turn out to be stupid and wrong, I face the consequences.
Carly: Talk to me.
Lulu: Huh. He used me completely.
Carly: Well, you tell me everything that happened, okay?
Lulu: Logan slept with me because he made a hateful deal with Maxie. So all that garbage that I told you about him being a really decent guy and how trustworthy he was, was actually proof of how much a sucker I turned out to be.
Elizabeth: Wow. I think you might be psychic because you just found a perfect house.
Emily: Yeah? Well, all I did was call the realtor. She said that the house just went on the market as a rental.
Elizabeth: What happened to the previous tenants?
Emily: The father was transferred to Tokyo, so he had to move the entire family on short notice. We lucked out, Elizabeth, to be able to be the first people who see this place? And the realtor says it's not going to be on the market for very long. I think it's perfect.
Elizabeth: There's got to be a catch.
Emily: Oh, there you go again.
Elizabeth: The upstairs bathrooms are probably disgusting.
Emily: Elizabeth, I'm trying to hear what you're really saying to me, and it's perfectly understandable if you've changed your mind about living on your own.
Lucky: Isn't this a little fast?
Diane: Well, it happens that way when both parties are on the same page and have agreed to work together. The arrangements are very straightforward, Lucky. Elizabeth is retaining primary custody, physical custody of the boys, and you're getting very generous visitation rights. Elizabeth is forgoing alimony, and you've already agreed to pay child support for Jake -- no muss, no fuss. Now, if you just sign the rider here that says you are not contesting the divorce, I can have these papers filed today.
Lucky: I've got one question.
Diane: Okay, well, make it quick because I have another appointment.
Lucky: Did Jason ask you to handle this for Elizabeth?
Diane: That falls under the category of attorney/client privilege.
Marty: Mr. Cassadine?
Marty: How are you enjoying your new offices?
Nikolas: Very pleased, thank you.
Marty: Great, great to hear it. Our leasing department has ordered the plasma televisions that you requested, and we expect to have them installed by the end of the week.
Nikolas: Excellent. Thank you.
Marty: Please don't hesitate to let us know if we can do anything else.
Logan: Nikolas? Listen, I know you've never considered me a good match for Lulu and I -- I know that I've screwed up, but I just care about the girl so much -- ooh!
Nikolas: You stay the hell away from my sister!
Scott: All right, come here, come here, get up, get up.
Nikolas: I'm not going to tell you again.
Scott: All right -- all right, take it easy, take it easy. All right, all right. All right, everybody, show's over. Show's over. So what did you do? What did you do to Cassadine to get him all bent out of shape?
Logan: Oh -- I -- I just approached him, man, to -- to apologize for hurting Lulu. The guy's got a freaking screw loose, dude! He -- second time he's almost killed me.
Scott: Well, let me just give you a little free advice here, okay? The Cassadines are inbred psychopaths and they have a lot of money -- that makes them dangerous. The Spencers are working class, but they're prone to violence, you see? So what it boils down to is you have really messed up. You hurt Lulu, they care about her. So if I was you, I would slither out of town quietly and quickly before somebody else goes off on you!
Logan: You'd like that, wouldn't you? Well, you and Nikolas can both forget that, all right? There's no way that I'm going to give up on the best thing that's ever happened to me just because the family's a bunch of idiots!
Scott: You know, you're missing the point, and if I spoke lizard, I'd put it in your own language, but I don’t. So understand this -- you jerked around a pretty girl that everybody in this town loves.
Logan: I got it! I screwed up, all right? But what nobody seems to want to care about or -- or listen to is the fact that I care about her so much, all right, but that doesn't make me a saint. I was attracted to Maxie, I slept with her, but mostly just to shut her up.
Scott: You got a lot of excuses there, don't you?
Logan: Look, I did not know how much I cared about Lulu until after I'd already agreed to do the deal with Maxie. I was wrong, but that doesn't make me the first guy in history to have, you know, bad judgment or lousy timing.
Scott: Well, you got that right.
Emily: So much for your theory about the bathrooms -- they're beautiful.
Elizabeth: The whole house is.
Emily: Okay, so you dodged the question earlier. Are you still having second thoughts?
Emily: Okay. That was definitive.
Elizabeth: Are you thinking that I should wait on my divorce, that maybe Lucky and I should try things again? Because there is nothing left to try. We really are over.
Emily: No, no, no, it's just that Nikolas has been so volatile lately, and I think part of it's a reaction off of you and Lucky.
Elizabeth: Oh. Well, I hope he doesn't blame himself. I mean, yes, it was his cousin Sam who went out of her way to seduce Lucky, but that's certainly not Nikolas' fault.
Elizabeth: What it all comes down to is that it's just better for everyone, especially the boys, if we end the marriage while there's still a friendship to preserve. And I think this house will make a great place to start over.
Emily: Then I'm glad we found it.
Elizabeth: I'm not going to deny that I'm a little nervous about being on my own, but I'm kind of looking forward to it. You know, a new life in a new house -- it's a little exciting.
Emily: I can see that.
Elizabeth: And fortunately the divorce won't be acrimonious. Lucky's not going to contest it.
Lucky: Do you have a minute?
Lucky: Interrogation room.
Alexis: What's up?
Lucky: Elizabeth and I are getting a divorce.
Alexis: Oh, Lucky, I'm -- I'm sorry to hear that, I am.
Lucky: Well, Elizabeth filed. I just agreed not to contest. Diane Miller -- she drew up the papers.
Alexis: Diane Miller? That's surprising. She's a very good attorney. It's just I didn't know she did anything other than criminal defense.
Lucky: Yeah -- Jason's criminal defense attorney. It's probably not a big deal. I just want to see if you could maybe look over the papers.
Alexis: Why not?
Kate: Were you always this pessimistic?
Sonny: I don't wear rose-colored glasses, and in this case, you need to take yours off, because Trevor showed up here yesterday after you left.
Kate: What did he want?
Sonny: He wanted to tell me that he's not going to stop until you lose everything.
Kate: Oh, man, Trevor really needs to get his own life.
Sonny: Oh, so you're not bothered by his -- by his threat?
Kate: Look, it's unsettling to find out a man that you thought you knew is suddenly wearing a different face, but no, I'm not -- no, I'm not scared of him.
Sonny: You're not scared -- you're just being naive. What do you mean, you're not scared of him?
Kate: No, Trevor has developed some sort of amnesia when it comes to his role in my success. Yes, he opened doors, but I walked through them. I am the one who molded "Couture" into the vision of a magazine that I thought it should be. Those were my choices, that was my taste, and he cannot take that away from me. So instead of being threatened by him, I am going to use this unfortunate turn of events as a -- as a way to learn something from your own mistakes and how to -- how to make a difference!
Sonny: Wow. That was --
Sonny: No, that was -- that was really good.
Kate: I'm sorry.
Sonny: You know something? You -- you -- you -- you sometimes can be very delusional.
Kate: Oh --
Kate: Thanks. That's so nice.
Sonny: But you impress the hell out me.
Carly: Don't be too hard on yourself. You're not the first girl to fall for that "rebel with a heart of gold" routine. It's been happening since the beginning of time.
Lulu: I can't help it, I just feel like such an idiot. I should've followed my first instinct and stayed as far away from Logan as possible. But instead I convince myself that he was some sort of -- I don't know -- challenge? An opportunity to get past all the bad stuff that happened last summer? And I think about all the things that I confided to Logan about Dillon and how I lied and the abortion, and the whole time he was just setting me up.
Carly: I think you showed courage by giving him your heart, and I think he's an idiot for not honoring that trust.
Lulu: I'm just -- I'm so furious with him and myself -- and I'm mortified.
Carly: That is perfectly understandable.
Lulu: But I'm -- part of me is sad, too, because I feel like a part of him still cared about me.
Carly: Okay, all right, I'm going to have to stop you right there, because empathy is the first step towards forgiveness, and you don't want to go there.
Lulu: No, no, no, there -- no, there's no way that I'm ever going to forgive Logan. In fact, when I found out about Maxie, I took off, and I, um, happened to hitch a ride with a guy who turned out to be Johnny Zacchara.
Carly: I know I didn't hear that. Hitchhiking is stupid under any circumstances, but getting in the car with a member of the Zacchara family? Lulu --
Lulu: Carly, I did not know who he was until later. He was just a guy in the car who stopped and said he was going to pick me up and take me wherever I wanted to go.
Carly: He was still a stranger! Lulu, you didn't know him. I don't care how hurt you get; you don't put yourself at the mercy of someone you don't know. You could've wound up dead!
Lulu: Now you sound like Jason. He was freaking out when he found me with Johnny, too.
Carly: That's funny! I'm not surprised Jason was upset!
Lulu: Okay, well, for the record, it wasn't until the very end. Johnny was actually a -- a pretty nice, decent guy, and I don't think he killed Leticia.
Carly: Is that what Jason thinks?
Lulu: Okay, I -- no, I wouldn't go that far. Johnny just has a rep for acting out or something, and Jason thinks the Zacchara family is behind Leticia’s death, but he hasn't actually accused Johnny of anything -- and like I said, I don't believe it. I think Johnny is just the family screw-up or something, and I can relate.
Carly: Please tell me you don't like this guy?
Lulu: I barely know him. We've just texted a couple of times.
Carly: Does Jason know you're in contact with him?
Lulu: I had to tell him, and he was worried, of course, even though there's no reason.
Lulu: You okay?
Carly: I need some water; I have a tickle in my throat.
Kate: Reporting for duty. Where would you like me to start?
Epiphany: Well, you can get changed first.
Kate: Into what?
Epiphany: Scrubs -- and then Room 219 needs cleaning.
Kate: Oh, I'm sorry, I think there's been a mistake -- I don't clean. Well, I'm in -- I'm in publishing, so it follows that my skills would be much better utilized in public relations -- I told you before.
Epiphany: You -- you "told" me?
Kate: I suggested. Merely, merely suggested. If -- if you don't think that it's wise for me to be dealing with the media after a drunk driving conviction -- not that I was guilty, mind you -- then I would be happy being an administrative assistant. Early in my career, I had a fair amount of experience with paperwork, and my phone manner is extremely polished.
Epiphany: I am short one orderly. You get to fulfill that position. Get changed, and get to work.
Elizabeth: The locker room is down the hall, and you will find a basket of scrubs by the door, but I suggest you purchase your own.
Kate: Thank you.
Emily: I have a feeling that Kate Howard is going to be in for quite a culture shock.
Elizabeth: I'd say it's already begun.
Emily: Hmm. You calling the realtor?
Elizabeth: I'm going to take that house.
Lucky: So what do you think?
Alexis: I think that it's straightforward enough -- for Elizabeth. Lucky, do you realize that you have no protection at all in regards to custody of Jake?
Lucky: What do you mean? She said that I could see him any time I wanted.
Alexis: That's visitation, and that's at Elizabeth’s request. Lucky, you have no rights in this agreement at all, and I'm going to suggest that you renegotiate this.
Alexis: May I also ask why you don't have representation of your own? Usually when people get divorced, they each have their own attorney.
Lucky: Well, Elizabeth and I weren't anticipating any problems.
Alexis: Uh -- I don't mean to be cynical, but divorce rarely sails smoothly.
Lucky: Okay, well, listen, would you be available, by any chance? I mean --
Alexis: Oh --
Lucky: I can't deal with Diane Miller.
Alexis: I've obviously had my share of experience in family court, but I don't like family court, and it isn't my area of expertise.
Lucky: That doesn't bother me. Listen, I resented Diane because of her ties to Jason, and now you're telling me my interests aren't being protected? Alexis, I'd feel a lot better if I knew you were looking out for them.
Alexis: I'd feel a lot better if somebody were looking out for you. Being the sucker that I am, you've just hired yourself an attorney.
Lucky: Thank you.
Alexis: All right, I'm going to finish looking over these papers, then I'm going to have a conversation with Ms. Miller, and then I will be in touch. Try to take it easy.
Trevor: I was about to call you.
Alexis: What on earth for?
Trevor: Ah, just to check in on my little granddaughter. How's Molly doing?
Diane: I'm sorry --
Sonny: You're late.
Diane: I'm late, I know. I was petitioning to have that horrendous, fashion-desecrating monitor removed from Kate's --
Sonny: Forget the monitor, you need to focus on the real problem -- Trevor Lansing threatened to leave Kate with nothing. Now, I ordered Jason to get rid of him, and he won't --
Diane: Please stop, stop.
Sonny: Do it.
Diane: We have to speak of Trevor Lansing’s imminent disappearance and/or demise only in hypotheticals. And frankly, I'm not so sure I can handle another murder trial so soon after the last one. And let's face it -- the law of averages is going to kick in sooner or later and Jason will be convicted -- despite my legal brilliance. And that will leave an ugly blot that I really don't need on my impressive win record.
Sonny: Do you ever hear yourself, Diane? The whole world does not revolve around your impressive legal brilliance.
Diane: Of course it doesn’t. It revolves around almighty you -- your business, your ex-wife, your children by multiple mothers. Your devoted enforcer, who eliminates people whenever, wherever --
Sonny: Not this time. Jason refused to do the job, so it's up to you to get rid of Trevor.
Scott: Here you go. Clean yourself up.
Logan: Why are you being all nice all of a sudden? Wait a minute -- you got the DNA test back, didn't you? It proved I'm your son. Uh-huh.
Scott: Ah -- stop this father/son monkey business, you're not my son. I just happen to be a compassionate guy. You see, I've gotten myself in few messes, so I got a little sympathy for you.
Logan: You see, I can't figure out if this is you trying to con me or you being sincere. Okay, but either way, I'm not giving up on Lulu. Check you later. Carly?
Carly: What? What the hell do you want?
Logan: Listen, all right, I just -- I'd like a minute, okay, to just explain what happened with Lulu and --
Carly: Look at you. You know, I don't want to hear it. Don't start whining to me about how bad you feel for hurting Lulu. You're a lowlife, just like your father. But you can bet this -- you will never hurt my cousin again.
Logan: Just listen, okay? I understand your instinct to protect her. But I can assure --
Carly: I don't want to hear it, okay? I know all about your skeevy deal with Maxie. You not only hurt Lulu, you failed to guard my kids when you were hired to do exactly that.
Logan: Now, wait a minute --
Carly: No, you wait a minute, okay? You're lucky to still be breathing. Be smart. Get the hell out of town, go back to Texas -- I don't care, but leave Port Charles, and stay the hell away from my cousin.
Scott: Oh, hey, pot? Meet kettle. Carly, when you blew into town, within months you were sleeping with your own mother's husband. What has this -- this kid really done that's so bad compared to the wake of destruction that you've left in your path? So where do you get off being so self-righteous?
Carly: Well, of course you'd be defending your loser son. You want to help Logan? Tell him to stay away from Lulu.
Scott: What – what are you going to do? You going to call Sonny, have him fitted for cement shoes?
Carly: I was talking about Luke. When he finds out that your son hurt his daughter, he's going to take the Baldwin/Spencer feud to a whole new level.
[Knock on door]
Georgie: Nice outfit. Is Spinelli around?
Lulu: Uh -- yeah, I was just about to change, but, um, I don't know why. Getting dressed feels like such a chore. All I really want to do is get back under the covers and watch some old movies.
Georgie: So how's the new living arrangement?
Lulu: Beats the alternative.
Georgie: I was really surprised to hear you moved in.
Lulu: Yeah, well, yelling at me about living with Jason keeps everybody distracted from trying to console me about Logan -- not that anyone says "I told you so," but everybody did.
Georgie: I'm really, really sorry for the part that my sister played in all of this.
Lulu: Hey, what goes around comes around, right?
Georgie: Yeah, but, I mean, you didn't deserve what Maxie and Logan did. Hey, bright side -- you can now see Logan for the miserable pig that he is.
Kate: Um, what -- what do I do with this?
Epiphany: You put it on the cart, and then you go get another one -- but I strongly suggest you carry more than one at a time. Then when the cart is full, you take it to the kitchen, and you start the process over by getting another one.
Kate: Uh, perhaps I wasn't friendly enough to you when I was a patient here.
Epiphany: You were dismissive and rude.
Kate: And that was a mistake on my part, and since then, I have learned to have the utmost respect for you and the staff here -- I mean, especially you.
Epiphany: Why "especially me"?
Kate: Because you're so -- you're -- you -- meal cart -- right, got it.
Elizabeth: The realtor accepted my deposit.
Elizabeth: Thank you. So can you help me on Saturday? Because I want to move in as soon as possible.
Diane: I provide alleged mobsters with legal representation. I do not under any circumstances involve myself in their allegedly illegal activities.
Sonny: Who asked you to?
Diane: You just instructed me to eliminate Trevor Lansing.
Sonny: You think I asked you to commit murder? I would never do that. I'm just saying take him down through the legal system.
Diane: Okay. Whew. You got any bright ideas on how I'm supposed to accomplish this wondrous feat?
Sonny: Well, you're the brilliant lawyer, you figure it out, as long as the end result is Trevor Lansing is disbarred.
Diane: That's much easier said than done, Sonny.
Sonny: No, it's pretty simple. What you got to do is you got to hire a PI, right, to investigate and prove that Trevor Lansing is up to his neck in -- in Zacchara's illegal businesses -- that ought to do it.
Diane: I hate to disillusion you, but Trevor Lansing is above reproach.
Sonny: Trevor Lansing is employed by a dirty mobster, which makes Trevor Lansing dirty.
Diane: I work for you, and I am pure as the driven snow. You are going to save yourself a lot of frustration if you just accept reality, accept the fact that there is no upside to a continued fight with Trevor Lansing.
Alexis: Molly is just fine. Thank you for asking. My daughters and I are currently living with my nephew, Nikolas.
Trevor: Are you remodeling?
Alexis: Actually, no. We're hiding out from your alleged client.
Trevor: I'm not sure I understand.
Alexis: Yes, you do.
Trevor: Please, elaborate.
Alexis: All right. Kristina, my daughter, is Sonny's daughter, as well, and your client, Anthony Zacchara, has a history of targeting his rival's families.
Trevor: Oh. That's a terrible situation for you -- to have one child with Sonny and the other with Ric?
Alexis: Must you rub it in?
Trevor: No, Alexis. I'm sorry that you live in fear for your child.
Alexis: Really? Well, then why don't you provide some assurance that nothing will happen to my daughter?
Trevor: Come on. What kind of man would strike at Sonny through a little girl?
Georgie: Hi. Uh -- I just came to talk about some scheduling, but -- um -- bye.
[Door opens and closes]
Lulu: That was a really bad excuse -- Georgie actually came to see you.
Spinelli: Uh -- clearly not, since the faithful friend and dispenser of wisdom left as soon as I arrived. Um -- have you been enlightened by your conversation with the Valkyrie? I mean, has the Blond One realized that it would be disastrous to even consider forgiving Logan?
Lulu: Well, it's not that I don't appreciate Carly's advice, but she has no room to talk. I mean -- okay, let's recap. Carly's first husband, A.J. Quartermaine -- not a nice guy, faked his own death, kidnapped his own kid. Second husband, Sonny Corinthos -- who is a career gangster, and when he fights with Carly, he's really awful to her, and she always forgives him. And then the third husband, Lorenzo Alcazar -- who probably sleeps with the fish because he was so mean to Carly, not to mention Skye.
Spinelli: The Jackal fears that the Blond One is wandering from her point.
Lulu: No -- okay, my point is, is that Carly's advice was really for Carly. I mean, she wishes she stayed away from the bad boys, but, really, she doesn't because Carly loves her life. And -- and, by the way, who says there's -- there's going to be another Jax out there somewhere, waiting to ride in on his horse and sweep me off my feet, and -- and if he did, who says I would even want to go?
Spinelli: Go -- go where?
Lulu: On the sunset to a happily ever after that doesn't exist -- and if you don't believe me, just ask my parents.
Spinelli: Okay, I'm sorry. Normally, the Jackal prides himself on being able to follow the most complex reasoning, but I -- I lost you.
Lulu: Never mind. I got to get dressed.
Emily: Hey, is there a message from Nikolas?
Elizabeth: Not that I know of.
Emily: He was supposed to meet me for my break.
Elizabeth: Well, I'm sure he just got held up. I wouldn't read too much into it.
Emily: Yeah, I know it's not a big deal, but he's been acting so erratic lately, Elizabeth. It's not like him not to call.
Epiphany: That patient over there needs to go to x-ray.
Kate: I -- I don't know where that is.
Epiphany: Look it up. I'm sure you'll manage to figure it out.
Kate: Um, can -- can you just tell me what I've done to make you dislike me so much?
Epiphany: This is me being nice.
Sonny: In addition to being a sadistic, vindictive bastard, Trevor is the frontman for Anthony Zacchara. There -- look, there has to be a way to get him disbarred.
Diane: Yes, but I'm an attorney, not a short-order cook. You can't simply say, "Hmm, well, I'd like Trevor Lansing disbarred from the legal profession, with a side of fries."
[Knock on door]
Alexis: Hey. Hi. I'm sorry, I didn't mean to interrupt, but would you please sign this paper, because Kristina needs it at school right away.
Sonny: You could've called first, you know?
Alexis: Sorry. Bad mood?
Sonny: No, I'm just -- I'm in a conference with my lawyer.
Alexis: Well, I'm sure Diane’s used to interruptions -- God knows I was when I used to represent you.
Diane: I can assure you that my attorney/client relationship with Mr. Corinthos does not duplicate yours -- in any way. But since you two have a child to discuss, by all means, I --
Sonny: No, no, no, no.
Diane: Will wait outside.
Sonny: You're not going anywhere. This is just going to take a second. We have an important subject we're discussing right now.
Alexis: I'm quite sure you didn't mean to imply that the subject of Kristina is not important.
Sonny: Uh, no, I didn’t. So where do you want me to sign?
Alexis: You'll see, open it up. By the way, I wanted to tell you that I ran into Trevor Lansing today, who, for what it's worth, said that Kristina is not in any danger at all.
Sonny: Why the hell would you trust Trevor Lansing?
Carly: If Logan Hayes shows his face in this hotel again, I want you to throw him out. And listen to me -- I want you to sabotage the pipes in Scotty Baldwin’s room. When he complains, you move him to a room right above the loading docks. I want to force him out of here -- and you keep this between you and me. Excuse me.
Trevor: Just like we said. Look, um, I have to call you back, all right? Sure. I told you, I'll call you back. Do we know each other?
Carly: It's ironic that we haven't met. I'm Sonny Corinthos' ex-wife.
Trevor: Ah. Then you probably heard a lot of nasty things about me.
Carly: I'd rather talk about Johnny Zacchara. How nuts is he?
Trevor: I'm going to make-believe that I didn't hear that question. It's better, safer, if you don't ask.
Nikolas: Any calls for me?
Alfred: From the management of the Metro Court about the fight.
Nikolas: What fight?
Alfred: Apparently, you -- you attacked this Logan Hayes in the middle of the lobby.
Nikolas: Well, I remember seeing Logan. I remember him walking up to me and saying something, but that's it. I don't remember anything about a fight. The last thing I remember is being on the launch on my way back here.
Emily: I'm sure Nikolas is fine. I'm just going to stop worrying and questioning him -- it just makes him more irritable.
Elizabeth: And I'm going to page you if he calls.
Emily: Okay. Thank you.
Elizabeth: You're welcome.
Elizabeth: Hey. Good news -- I rented a fully furnished house. We're going to be moving in this week. I know it's best for the boys if I can just get them settled into a permanent home.
Lucky: Yeah, I hope you'll be happy.
Elizabeth: Feel free to visit anytime.
Lucky: Okay. Diane dropped off the divorce papers, and the more I think about it, the more uncomfortable I am with her involvement. I called Alexis, and she agreed to draw up the divorce papers. So I'm going to file for divorce, and all you have to do is agree not to contest.
Elizabeth: What if that doesn't work for me?
Alexis: Actually, Diane, it is fortuitous that you're here because I was just going to call you --
Alexis: And now I don't have to. Lucky Spencer has asked me to represent his divorce from Elizabeth.
Diane: I've heard nothing about that from my client, Elizabeth.
Alexis: Which doesn't surprise me, since you only represented Elizabeth’s best interests --
Alexis: In those papers -- which I've asked him not to sign. I'm going to be drawing up some new papers, one that I hope will be more equitable for both of them. Lucky's going to file for a divorce, and Elizabeth, hopefully, will agree not to contest.
Diane: Until Elizabeth formally advises me that she consents to having you handle the divorce, I shall assume that you only represent Lucky Spencer.
Alexis: Diane, for Jake’s sake, it would be best not to turn this into a fight. They both have equal rights under the law.
Diane: Alexis, I will barbecue Lucky Spencer and soak him for every dime he has in alimony.
Alexis: It won't be hard to prove that Lucky was wronged --
Sonny: Who cares at this point who handles the divorce? I pay you to do what I need you to do, and I need you to stop Trevor Lansing before he destroys Kate.
Kate: Any messages?
Trevor: I've got one -- you're in breach of the morals clause of your contract. You are officially relieved of your duties at "Couture." Bottom line -- you're fired.
Lulu: What are you working on?
Spinelli: Oh, just a phone trace.
Lulu: Whose phone?
Spinelli: I think that would fall under the heading of things Stone Cold would wish you not to know.
Lulu: You're not hacking into Johnny Zacchara's phone, are you?
Spinelli: Look, the Jackal would never presume to criticize the Blond One, but he can't help notice how quick you are to defend the scion of the sinister Zacchara clan, who, after all, did pull a gun on you.
Lulu: No, no, he pulled a gun on Jason, not me.
Spinelli: Now the Blond One is splitting metaphorical hairs, okay? A gun is still a gun, and it was waved repeatedly in your beautiful direction.
Lulu: I'm sorry. You're right. Obviously, I have very bad taste when it comes to guys.
[Knock on door]
Logan: Hey, Spinelli. Lulu, there has got to be a way to work through this, okay? I'm not over you, and no matter what you say, I know you're not over me.
Carly: Jax, I'm home! Jax? You back from your meeting?
Carly: Okay. "In." "Read." "Had to change phones."
Johnny: Hello, Lulu.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Kate: How could you do this to me, Trevor?
Trevor: Kate's been relieved of her editorial duties.
Carly: "Where r u?"
Jax: Who are you texting?
Nikolas: Emily isn't to know.
Emily: Why did Robin run a blood panel on Nikolas?
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