General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 10/10/07
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Kelly: Interesting case?
Robin: Patrick took over this patient, and now he wants me to sign off on a new course of treatment.
Kelly: You're not sure it'll work?
Robin: I'm not sure I can to him.
Kelly: Oh. Listen, I'm a sex addict, and everyone here knows it. If I can look the male staff in the eye and be professional, you can handle one ex-boyfriend. I just saw Patrick doing notes in the lounge.
Patrick: So, brunch at my place in a half-hour. I'll make you my famous omelets with salsa, you bring the dessert.
Leyla: All right.
Lulu: What do you want?
Spinelli: Uh -- toast with orange marmalade, and, um -- a morning libation of coffee perhaps.
Lulu: You don't drink coffee, Spinelli.
Spinelli: The fair one knows me so well. Okay -- orange soda, then. It's never too early in the day to start.
Lulu: I told you at Jason's -- I'm okay.
Mike: See, I -- I called him because I wanted him to take a look at -- at the juicer -- it's -- it's not juicing.
Spinelli: Okay, it's -- it's very noble of the senior, Sir to cover for the Jackal, but I -- I am capable of declaring my intent. I -- you look troubled. I'm here to --
Spinelli: To aid you.
Lulu: Oh. Well, there's nothing that you can do. I just -- I have a decision that I have to make.
Mike: What kind of decision?
Lulu: I can get my parents back. All I have to do is give Logan a second chance.
Emily: Hey, how was your ride?
Nikolas: Uh -- it was okay.
Nikolas: I'm just a little -- a little distracted. I was wondering if you -- if you were going to say anything. But I saw you take the -- the burnt scrap from my shirt from the fireplace last night when you got home and --
Emily: There was blood on it, Nikolas. And Jerry was brought into G.H. last night with a stab wound.
Carly: Brought you some coffee.
Jax: Thank you very much.
Carly: How's he doing?
Jax: He's doing okay.
Jax: He slept through the night.
Carly: You didnít.
Jax: I almost got up and left a half a dozen times, but I couldn't quite manage.
Carly: That's understandable, he's your brother.
Jax: No, you're reading into this too much, Carly.
Carly: It's okay that you love him, you know.
Jerry: Hmm --
Jax: Hey, take it easy, Jerry.
Jerry: What --
Jax: You're in the hospital.
Jerry: Oh. I thought you weren't supposed to give a damn.
Jax: You were stabbed last night. Any idea who did it?
Patrick: I still have a diagnostic and a patient in recovery to check up on -- a patient that's doing very well, by the way, thanks to your able assistance in the O.R.
Leyla: Ah, and brunch is your way of saying thanks?
Patrick: Well, something like that, yeah.
Leyla: Well, you're going to have to do better than omelets and salsa.
Patrick: Ah, see, you haven't tried my omelets yet.
Leyla: Ah, I'd prefer some fast action on the floor -- you know, your racetrack? A rematch. I'm feeling competitive.
Patrick: Okay, okay, but fair warning -- I beat you the first time, and I'm not going to take it any easier on you in the rematch.
Leyla: Bring it -- I intend to.
Patrick: Wow. Awfully cocky.
Leyla: It's the only way to play.
Kelly: You are so busted.
Tracy: Alice, would you call Sebastian and ask him if he can give me a massage this afternoon?
Alice: Ooh -- Sebastianís been deported. But I can call Ramone, he's back in town.
Tracy: Why do you know so much about my masseurs?
Alice: Because they all work part-time down at the Wrestledome -- you know, where I wrestle three times a week?
Tracy: Stop. I like to know as little as possible about your colorful life in the ring. Just call Ramone and find out if he can massage me this afternoon, please.
Alice: Whatever you like, Miss Tracy.
Alan: Is it me, or does she seem to be cleaning the boathouse all the time?
Tracy: I don't give a damn what she's doing down there.
Alan: Oh, a little tense this morning, are we?
Tracy: You know what? My husband has abandoned me, he is on the lam with his catatonic ex-wife, and I have just run out of patience.
Alan: When have you ever been patient, Tracy?
Tracy: And by the way, I helped him escape, and this is the thanks that I get.
Alan: Oh -- look how the mighty have fallen. You really love that shiftless, philandering husband of yours.
Tracy: I --
Tracy: I need to get something on Scott Baldwin that I can use over Scottís head to get him to drop the charges against Luke -- so Luke will no longer be a fugitive, so he has no excuse to stay away.
Alan: That's not the best way to accomplish that.
Logan: All right. Miss Tracy, what is it this time?
Alice: I'll be right outside.
Tracy: More money than you've ever earned working for Sonny Corinthos, and guess what -- you won't have to die earning it.
Logan: Uh-huh. What will I have to do for it?
Tracy: Something nice for Lulu.
Spinelli: The unworthy one wishes to win you back, you cannot submit!
Lulu: It's not that simple, Spinelli.
Spinelli: No, Sir senior and I stood witness to your declaration last night that you and he were over.
Mike: He's right. I mean, you were pretty adamant about being finished with Logan.
Lulu: I know, I know.
Spinelli: Look, the knuckle scraper is clearly deceiving you. What power does the crabby commando have to bring your parents back?
Lulu: No, Logan doesn't even know about this, it's Scottís idea.
Mike: Scott? Since when?
Lulu: Now that he has proof that Logan is his son, he's trying to make up for lost time, and he knows that Logan wants to get back together with me, so he's trying to help.
Spinelli: What -- what plan has the elder unworthy concocted?
Lulu: Well, he said he would drop the charges against my dad for stealing my mom out of Shadybrook, and he would sign guardianship back over to Nikolas, and all I have to do is give Logan a fair second chance.
Spinelli: No, do not believe the knuckle scraper or his deceitful parental unit.
Mike: But he is right. You can't trust Scott Baldwin as far as you can throw him.
Spinelli: Take this matter to Stone Cold or Mr. Corinthos, Sir. Un-- unless you want to give the unworthy one another chance?
Singer: A place that's far from
Nikolas: Is Jerry all right?
Emily: I think so.
Nikolas: Did he -- uh -- did he say who attacked him?
Emily: No, he was unconscious when I left the hospital.
Nikolas: Any witnesses?
Emily: Not that I know of, Nikolas, he was found in an alley off of Third Street. Nikolas, how did you get blood on your shirt, and why did you burn it?
Nikolas: I don't know. The last thing I remember, I'm talking to you at the hospital. And the next thing I know, I'm sitting in an alley on Third Street -- holding a bloody knife.
Jerry: I thought I was dreaming last night when I saw you standing there.
Jax: All right, don't get me wrong, I still want you as far away from me and my family as possible. Just having you dead is not exactly the option I was looking for.
Jerry: I love you, too, little brother.
Carly: Do you remember what happened?
Jerry: Well, I was, you know, walking through an alley, and I should've been on my guard, I know, though.
Jax: Do you know who did this? Hmm?
[Knock on door]
Mac: Jax, Carly. Jerry, this is Detective Harper. We need to ask you a few questions out the stabbing.
Jax: You know, Jerry's still pretty weak.
Mac: We'll make this quick.
Det. Harper: Mr. Jacks, did you recognize your attacker?
Emily: Well, what did you do with the knife?
Nikolas: Well, if -- at the time, I -- I kept it because this detective came up and -- a new guy, somebody I've never met before. His name was -- I don't know -- Harper, is it?
Emily: Did he see you with the knife?
Nikolas: No, because I hid it from him.
Emily: What was Detective Harper doing there? Does he suspect anything?
Nikolas: I don't -- he was just following up on the guy who got loose at the police station. I only spoke to him for a few minutes and I walked away.
Emily: Okay, so where's the knife now?
Nikolas: I took it with me on the launch and tossed it halfway across the channel. There was blood on it, there was blood on my shirt. I wasn't hurt, so it certainly wasn't mine.
Emily: Nikolas, you burned your shirt because you thought that it might implicate you.
Nikolas: Well, I don't know what I thought, honestly. I was just acting on instinct, that's all.
Emily: You hate Jerry. You attacked him right here in this room in a blind rage.
Nikolas: I -- yeah, I know. But for all -- for all we know, the knife was laying on the ground, and I just picked it up somewhere.
Emily: If Jerry IDs you as his attacker, then you could be charged with attempted murder.
Nikolas: Let's not get ahead of ourselves, okay? I mean, we're not sure that it was me. We're not positive it was me.
Emily: We need to get medical confirmation of your blackouts, okay?
Jerry: I was -- I was taking a shortcut through the alley, and -- and someone just knifed me.
Det. Harper: Was your attacker anyone you know?
Jerry: No, no, but I can describe him. He was a few inches taller than my brother, yeah, and I think he had short, cropped hair -- blond or gray. And a mustache, I think. And he was dressed in black.
Det. Harper: That's an astonishingly accurate description if the attacker was a stranger. How long did you struggle with the guy?
Jerry: Well, it's hard to say. I don't know -- long enough to prevent him from killing me.
Det. Harper: Do you know why he stabbed you?
Jerry: No, not a clue. But he didn't have the decency to stop and explain.
Jax: I checked Jerry's things. It wasn't a robbery.
Mac: Well, you know, given the number of people in this town that would like to see you dead, I'm sure the list of suspects is very long.
Jax: You know, Mac, if that's your attitude, you can just get out, because Jerry needs to rest.
Mac: We'll need a complete statement later.
Jerry: Wow. Am I hallucinating, or did you just defend me?
Jax: I just want to know who did this.
Carly: I think we should go tell Dr. Julian that Jerry's awake.
Jax: Yeah. We'll be back.
Robin: I couldn't help myself. Patrick was asking Leyla to brunch at his house. She was saying yes, and their cheesy banter was going back and forth.
Kelly: Not that it bothered you.
Robin: I'm standing there like some teenager spying on her ex-boyfriend at a dance, and -- I'm done. That is the lowest I am going to sink.
Kelly: The first step in dealing with an addiction is to admit you have a problem.
Robin: Patrick and I were the problem. We're basically incompatible. We faced that head-on and we've dealt with it.
Robin: Did I go into a tantrum when I saw them together?
Kelly: Well, no --
Robin: Am I completely calm and composed right now?
Kelly: Yeah --
Robin: Yes, I am a professional. I'm a mature adult. It took me by surprise, that's all.
Patrick: Robin, could I speak to you about the paresthesias patient?
Robin: Yeah, I just looked at your notes. I'm not convinced that your course of treatment is the best option.
Patrick: Yeah, actually, Leyla picked up on something that could change the diagnosis.
Robin: Would you stop with Leyla? I mean, if you want her, go for it. Do her in every room of your apartment for all I care. Just don't throw her in my face.
Patrick: The patient speaks very little English. She's Iranian. Leyla was able to speak to her in Farsi. The patient told Leyla her symptoms. That could possibly change the outcome. If you could take a look, that'd be great. Excuse me.
Kelly: Oh, no, you don't have a problem.
Tracy: You must know how badly you hurt Lulu.
Logan: I never said I didnít.
Tracy: I'm going to give you a chance to make up for it. I understand that Scott has changed his tune since he found out that you are biologically related.
Logan: Hey, I could care less.
Tracy: I'm going to pay you to be nice to daddy.
Logan: Why? What's in it for you?
Tracy: Well -- ahem -- you and Scott get all chummy, pretty soon, Scott starts telling you all his slimy little secrets -- which you then bring back to me so that I then --
Tracy: Can hold them over Scottís nasty little head so he will drop the charges against Luke, and Lulu gets to have her parents back.
Logan: Wow. You really are twisted.
Tracy: Thank you.
Logan: Then what happens?
Tracy: Well --
Tracy: Lulu is eternally grateful, the two of you get back together again, and everybody's happy.
Tracy: Oh, except Scott.
Logan: Or you go tell Scott what I did, he comes after me, you cancel both of us out at the same time. Yeah -- I think I'm going to pass.
Tracy: I thought you wanted Lulu back.
Logan: What Lulu and I had -- have -- is real. Sooner or later, she's going to realize that, and she'll come back all on her own. So I don't need your -- your schemes. Thanks.
Lulu: I meant what I said last night. I am done with Logan, but if it can bring my dad back --
Mike: This should not be on your shoulders, Lulu. Look, I know how much you miss Luke. But it's up to your father to find his way back.
Lulu: Not if he's wanted for kidnapping my mom.
Mike: He -- Luke is a resourceful guy. If he wants to come back, he'll find a way.
Lulu: Scott has custody over my mom.
Spinelli: Okay -- the -- the elder unworthy is no doubt dangling the hope of amnesty into -- so that you will make contact with your ultra cool if somewhat intimidating parental unit, and convince him to make an ill-advised return, which will no doubt end up in his arrest and incarceration.
Mike: Spinelli has a point -- in there somewhere.
Lulu: But you are biased, because you don't want me with Logan.
Spinelli: This -- this is -- this is true, but the Jackal also feels -- fears that you will end up on the short end of the proverbial stick.
Scott: Hi, Lulu. Have you thought about my offer?
Lulu: How do I know that you're going to keep up your end of the bargain?
Scott: Well, I got a couple of dotted lines here ready to be signed. Cassadine gets your mother; your father's charges are dropped. Just give me the word, okay?
Spinelli: Beware, Blond One. The elder unworthy is just seeking to ensnare you in his web of deceit.
Lulu: You wanted so badly to be my mother's legal guardian that you tore my family apart, and you made Nikolas testify that my dad raped my mom. And now you're willing to let it all drop and -- and give up guardianship? Why?
Scott: I have a son that I never knew I had, and I met him, and I've spent months denying that I'm his -- his father, so I'm just trying to make it up to him.
Lulu: And I'm supposed to believe that you're sincere?
Scott: I got papers, legal papers, right here, Lulu.
Mike: Yeah, well, it still smells like a skunk.
Scott: Mind your business there, Mike.
Spinelli: Okay, the senior Sir is familiar with your unscrupulous ways.
Scott: Listen, I don't need a commentary from jughead and the fry cook over there.
Lulu: Well, they're right, because you don't usually do anything out of the goodness of your heart.
Scott: Well there is one person that makes me do the right thing, and that is your mother.
Lulu: Oh, yeah -- not that I've seen.
Scott: My point is I know what Logan is going through. He -- he has feelings for you, and he screwed up, you know? I've made those mistakes myself. I -- I tried to move heaven and hell to get a second chance with your mother. And I never did. So if I can buy my son a second chance, so be it.
Spinelli: This -- this will come to no good.
Mike: "Buy" a second chance? Excuse me, but isn't that also known as blackmail?
Scott: Go tend to your fries. Lulu, if you have any feelings for Logan whatsoever, this is a second chance for you. Someday, you might even thank me.
Lulu: Okay, I'll do it. Ahem.
Carly: All right. Thank you so much. Okay, Dr. Julian is going to call us if there's a change in Jerry's condition.
Jax: Something's not right.
Carly: What do you mean?
Jax: My brother's lying about his assailant. I'll bet money he knows exactly who stabbed him. But who's he trying to protect?
Carly: Hey --
Carly: Do you realize you're focusing on everything except how you really feel? Look, your brother was severely injured. You're worried. It's okay to be worried about Ė
Jax: Iím not going to forgive my brother for the terrible things he's done.
Carly: Okay, fine. But he's your brother. He's your family. You can care about him, and I promise you, I won't tell anybody, okay? It'll be our secret.
[Knock on door]
Carly: I'll get it.
Wes: Mr. And Mrs. Jacks, I'm Wes Donovan. I work at "Everyday Heroes" with Sam and Amelia.
Carly: Yeah, come on in.
Wes: They're on location, but they wanted me to notify you about an email that we received at the show.
Jax: Oh, what's this about?
Wes: This is -- this is really awkward. Something was sent to our production office for distribution, and Amelia thought that you should see it.
Carly: Excuse me.
Carly: A picture of us? What is this?
Wes: I'm assuming you took the pictures yourselves for whatever reason.
Carly: We didn't take these pictures.
Jax: No, we didn't take these photos. No, we were photographed without our knowledge.
Lucky: Hey, Nikolas?
Nikolas: Hey. What's going on?
Lucky: You know what? I need a reality check on this divorce. I know -- you warned me how ugly it was going to get, but I didn't realize how ugly.
Nikolas: I'm sorry, Lucky; I can't discuss this right now, okay? I got a lot on my mind myself.
Lucky: You know what? You're right. Here I am going on and on about my stuff as usual, when you've been going through a pretty rough time.
Nikolas: Yeah. You know, I'm a little distracted right now, that's all.
Lucky: I don't blame you. When I heard Jerry got stabbed last night, I thought you kind of snapped and you took him down.
Jerry: Oh, thank goodness it's you. Any of my other former hostages would have gladly forced a pillow on my face.
Emily: And why do you assume you're safe with me?
Jerry: Well, you're too principled to commit outright murder. Although, some people pushed to their limits have been known to act in surprising ways.
Emily: No, you're right about me, Jerry. As much as I hate you and what you've done, I don't believe in paying violence back with violence.
Jerry: Well, it's a pity your boyfriend doesn't feel the same.
Emily: Well, you mean the day you and Nikolas got into a fight at Wyndemere?
Jerry: No, I mean last night when your boyfriend stabbed me without provocation.
Alan: A little early, isn't it, Tracy?
Tracy: Have I told you lately how annoying you are?
Alan: Yes. You're just upset because Logan won't get onboard with your scheme to bring Luke back home. Or maybe there's something more to it.
Tracy: I'm not going to dignify that with an answer.
Alan: You genuinely care about Lulu and you want to help her. Holy moly, Tracy -- you keep this up and I, as your conscience -- I'm going to be out of a job.
Tracy: You know what? Lulu is far too young and far too hurt. If it doesn't stop, she's going to lose all faith in love.
Alan: And then she's going to turn into you.
Tracy: Thank you.
Scott: Hiya, Tracy.
Tracy: Oh. I am so not in the mood for you.
Scott: Well, I've got good news. You can call your deadbeat, worthless, no-good husband and tell him that the coast is clear, that he can bring Laura back.
Tracy: What are you up to?
Scott: That's not what you should be saying. You should be saying, "Thank you. You just made my dreams come true."
Tracy: Answer the question.
Scott: I made a deal with Lulu.
Tracy: Oh, you mean you tricked her somehow?
Scott: No, not at all. I told her that I was going to drop the charges against her father if she would just give Logan a -- a second chance. Oh! Ow!
Scott: Ah. What's the matter with you?
Tracy: My back! Hmm!
Scott: Not that.
Tracy: Well, how dare you use Lulu's love of her parents to force her back in that smarmy arms of Logan.
Scott: Oh --
Tracy: Alice! Ugh.
Scott: Tracy, come on. Wise up here, think about it. Lulu -- she secretly is in love with Logan, she just doesn't know it. They get a second chance. Luke and Laura return, you get your husband back -- everybody gets what they want!
Tracy: No. The only thing I want is you out of my house!
Alice: You need me for something, Miss Tracy?
Scott: Now, listen, you -- you scullery maid, you stay away from me, and you -- work on your gratitude.
Tracy: Oh! Oh.
Alice: You want me to loosen that up for you, Miss Tracy, before Ramone gets here?
Tracy: No! Thank you -- ahem. I'll wait for Ramone.
Alice: Whatever you want.
Alan: Much as I hate to admit it, I agree with Scott. I think Logan and Lulu have a chance after all.
Tracy: Yeah. And maybe it's going to rain hundred-dollar bills. Oh. There's no way that Luke Spencerís daughter is ever going to end up with Scott Baldwinís son. Oh!
Carly: These were taken yesterday. This was the top I was wearing and there's the mantle. It's -- flowers. Look at that.
Jax: Must have been taken from the window.
Carly: It couldn't have been taken from the window -- the window's up there. These were taken from there.
Jax: Well, it's a lower-grade camera. Hmm. And by the look of the angle -- whew -- yeah, it looks like they were taken from right here.
Carly: But that's impossible. They couldn't have been taken from there.
Jax: Unless you left your phone there.
Carly: You're telling me that someone was spying on us by using my cell phone?
Nikolas: Yeah, Emily mentioned that Jerry was stabbed and brought into the hospital. Did he happen to say who -- who it was that attacked him, or --
Lucky: Well, Mac and this new detective, David Harper -- they questioned Jerry this morning. They said it was -- he was a complete stranger.
Nikolas: Oh, well, that doesn't surprise me. He certainly has his share of enemies.
Lucky: Well, it could've been a hit man for hire. The Cassadines don't have a secret stash of hit men, do they?
Nikolas: What -- what is that supposed to mean?
Lucky: I was just kidding, man.
Nikolas: Oh, right -- sorry. Well, after everything Emily and I have been through with Jerry, my humor on the subject is a little off.
Lucky: Listen, I'm sorry, man. Or you know what? I'll just check back with you tomorrow, all right?
Nikolas: Listen, listen, I'm sorry. Look, look -- I don't -- I don't mean to be short with you. I know you came here to unload about your divorce, so tell me what's going on.
Lucky: Lawyers. They're using Jake as a bargaining chip.
Nikolas: Well, you're in control of your lawyer, so if Alexis is pushing too hard, why don't you just tell her to back off?
Lucky: Well, not unless Elizabeth backs off first.
Nikolas: Look, if you -- if you start getting angry about this, Lucky, you're going to end up doing something that'll make it worse. And that'll ultimately separate you from your children, okay?
Jerry: You see, attempted murder is a serious offense. I mean, Nikolas might not get out of prison until his son's in high school.
Emily: Nikolas didn't do this, Jerry. You're lying.
Jerry: Oh, why would I?
Emily: Because you get a perverse thrill out of making people suffer, and in this case, you have something to hold over Nikolas' head.
Jerry: That's an interesting theory, but I've gotten all I needed out of Nikolas.
Emily: Whatever you've told the police, we'll disprove it.
Jerry: You see, despite Nikolas' mounting hostility, I felt unusually charitable when the police were questioning me and I covered for him.
Emily: Wait -- you're protecting Nikolas? After he supposedly stabbed you?
Jerry: That's right. I described my attacker as a tall man with blond or gray hair and a mustache.
Emily: Because that's who you saw.
Jerry: Do you want me to describe what Nikolas was wearing last night? I didn't think so.
Emily: Why are you protecting him?
Jerry: Well, you know, I owe his aunt Alexis for providing excellent and unbiased legal representation. I have to admit that I've developed quite a soft spot for you, intern Emily. You know, you're a kindhearted soul and, I've been unjustifiably cruel to you.
Emily: What, am I supposed to thank you?
Jerry: Well, no, I think you should conserve your energy by focusing on Nikolas. You see, he came at me out of nowhere and stabbed me without provocation and it's safe to say that there's something seriously wrong with Prince Cassadine, don't you think?
Carly: That's the angle --
Carly: Right there. Okay. So the phone's on. How does someone take pictures with my phone, download and email? How does that happen?
Jax: The -- people can hack into phones these days. They can activate your camera.
Carly: People like Spinelli?
Jax: Well, I doubt that he would do that.
Carly: No, I'm not talking about him. What are you thinking?
Jax: My brother.
Carly: Jerry? Okay, Jerry is weird and I'm sure kinky, but why would he take pictures of us?
Jax: He was nervous around us this morning.
Carly: Okay, I'm not one to defend Jerry, ever. But when he woke up, he didn't expect to see you standing there, okay? He was a little emotional; he's not used to human emotions.
Jax: Okay, you know what? Yeah, maybe he got into a fight with the person who took these photos.
Carly: Okay. But then why wouldn't he tell us who took the photos?
Jax: I just know he's hiding something.
Robin: Run these blood comparisons when you get a chance, will you?
Orderly: Sure, Dr. Scorpio.
Kelly: He's new.
Robin: Don't even think about it.
Kelly: I'm allowed to look, just not touch -- although one has a nasty habit of leading to the other.
Kelly: How are you doing?
Robin: Still humiliated, but thanks for asking.
Kelly: Yeah, you can't expect to just snap your fingers and get over Patrick.
Robin: The truth is I'm still crazy in love with Patrick and I miss him all the time. But that doesn't change the fact that I want children and he doesnít.
Kelly: There's no middle ground on that one.
Robin: Right, and I'm not going to give up my dream of being a mother just to be with him.
Kelly: Then it's simple. Go find a guy that wants the same things you do, and let Patrick be what he is -- a painful learning experience.
Leyla: You said to bring dessert.
Patrick: Uh -- baklava. I love baklava. Come in, come in.
Leyla: I do, too. It's not actually as good as the baklava in London, but I recently found this bakery that does a reasonably good job. It's my treat of choice when I choose to indulge.
Patrick: Nice, and how often does that happen?
Leyla: Well, I'm focused on my career -- like someone else I know.
Patrick: Yeah, see, I manage to have a good time. I mean, what's life without a little pleasure every once in a while?
Leyla: That's one philosophy.
Patrick: Yes. And what's yours?
Leyla: Everything in moderation.
Patrick: Well, trust me -- there's something to be said for pushing the limits.
Leyla: I'll have to take your word for it. I'm going to cut up the baklava.
Patrick: No, no -- hey. You're my guest, I do the work.
Leyla: Uh -- okay, but you have to get me something to do or I'll just stand around and be nervous.
Patrick: I make you nervous?
Spinelli: Um -- perhaps the Blond One is going to perform a double-cross of her own -- you know, um, agree to the elder unworthy's wishes until the warrant against your father is lifted and then refuse the advances of his unworthy offspring?
Lulu: I gave Scott my word, so I can't go back on it.
Singer: In my head
Spinelli: It is most ill-advised to risk your tender blond heart again after the crabby commando tore it up and put it through the shredder.
Singer: Right only then
Logan: Everyone, relax. I'm just here to get coffee to go.
Lulu: Um -- actually, could you make it a coffee for here? There's something that we need to talk about.
Singer: We make time
Tracy: Ramone, I'm ready! Oh! Ugh. Oh, Ramone. You have no idea how bad my back is. Thank you so much -- oh, Ramone.
Tracy: Oh, Ramone -- "oh." I have so missed those hands of yours. Well, in fact, I've missed everything about you. Wow, you're not wasting any time at all. Hmm. Hmm.
Luke: Long time, no see, Spanky.
Leyla: I'm still not used to driving here. You guys drive so much slower than we do in London.
Patrick: Yes, we're such a dull, restrained lot here in America.
Leyla: I'm sorry. I hope I didn't offend.
Patrick: No, no. You miss London much?
Leyla: It varies. I can go a few weeks without even thinking about it, and then something happens and there's a wave of homesickness.
Patrick: When was the last time that happened?
Leyla: Actually, right now.
Patrick: Uh-oh. What'd I say?
Leyla: It's not you -- it's the baklava. There's this great little place called The Tower off of Drury Lane, and believe it or not, the best baklava in the world is served --
Patrick: Yeah, the waiters, they -- they're dressed up as monks, right?
Leyla: You know The Tower?
Patrick: Totally -- they also serve the best beer in London.
Leyla: Such a coincidence -- you know where it is, yeah?
Patrick: Just another thing we have in common.
Singer: Off the path I feel familiar in a strange land you find me when I'm off the radar
Leyla: This isn't a good idea.
Singer: I think I
Patrick: I thought you were enjoying yourself.
Leyla: I am -- a little bit too much. I just -- Patrick, I don't want to be the girl you're with to get over Robin.
Singer: Everything is
Robin: I'm one of those women that can't separate sex from emotion. If I sleep with a guy, it means I like him -- a lot.
Kelly: So look for a new guy to date.
Robin: Oh. I don't know. I can't see myself embarking on a quest to not only find the man who will love me, but want to father a child. It just seems like way too much pressure to put on a relationship before it's even started, especially given my HIV status.
Kelly: So what are your choices?
Robin: I could be a single mom.
Singer: Get myself together
Kelly: Have a baby on your own?
Singer: Take me along
Robin: Maybe that's what I've been wanting all along. Maybe I don't even want a boyfriend. Maybe I just want a baby.
Lulu: First of all, you need to know that I am still incredibly angry and hurt.
Spinelli: As well you should be.
Lulu: Some privacy, guys?
Mike: Like -- like I said, uh, this needs fixing.
Spinelli: But it is not broken.
Mike: Now it is. Let's go.
Spinelli: The Jackal urgently wishes he could sway you from your current course, but, alas, it is not to be.
Mike: Um -- Spinelli? Let's go.
Singer: I feel together in a strange land you feel
Logan: What did that mean?
Lulu: Huh. Spinelli knows what I'm about to say. Um -- if you want a second chance, I would be willing to give you one.
Logan: You've been shutting me down at every turn. Why the sudden change of heart?
Nikolas: So I just -- I just spoke with Lucky. He said that Jerry gave a description of the man who attacked him and it wasn't me.
Emily: Well, I just saw Jerry at the hospital. And he said that you were the one who attacked him in the alley.
Nikolas: Then he's lying.
Jax: I want the truth.
Jerry: All right -- Mom really does love u best.
Jax: I'm serious, Jerry.
Jax: Somebody hacked into Carlyís cell phone and took pictures of us, okay? Just the two of us, and it was sent to the "Everyday Heroes" production office and God knows where else.
Jerry: Well, by your tone, I'm guessing you and Carly weren't playing chess at the time.
Jax: It's not funny. What do you know about this?
Jax: I don't believe you.
Jerry: Oh, come -- come on. I hate to disappoint you, but I don't see much return in taking compromising pictures of my brother and his wife.
Jax: Okay, then maybe you know something about the person who did.
Jerry: Now, where would you come up with that bizarre theory?
Jax: Because I watched your face when you were talking to Mac and that detective -- you're hiding something.
Jerry: That's true. I -- I was withholding information about the stabbing.
Jax: What is it?
Jerry: Oh, careful, Jax. You might like me a little more.
Jax: Oh, I doubt that.
Jerry: Well, you see, the person who stabbed me was not a stranger. It was Nikolas Cassadine. But that doesn't solve a technological peeping tom problem, does it?
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Robin: I want to be a mother.
Kelly: Who will be the father of your little miracle?
Lulu: Scott made me an offer.
Tracy: Scott dropped the charges.
Jason: "I'm watching you." They could be targeting you next.
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