General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 12/11/07
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Luke: Doctor, my vital signs will perk up plenty if my wife and I could have a little privacy for a round of strip poker.
Monica: Well, you won't even survive the first hand if you don't have the bypass.
Tracy: Have you called Dr. Julian.
Monica: Yes, Tracy, I have, and he hasn't responded.
Monica: Luke, you're running out of time. I'm going to have to do the surgery.
Georgie: Maxie just came home and somebody grabbed her from behind, strangled her with a phone cord.
Coop: Is she all right?
Georgie: Barely. She's giving a statement to Detective Harper right now.
Coop: She got a text message?
Georgie: How did you know about the text message?
Mac: So, how are you doing? How are you holding up?
Maxie: When can I leave?
Mac: Listen, I'd like you to stick around just a little bit longer. I'm bringing in a suspect. I want you to take a look at a lineup.
Johnny: What's with the cuffs if you're just taking me in for questioning?
Lucky: I'm following orders.
Johnny: Then you're wasting your time.
Lucky: Well, you can take it up with the commissioner. If it were up to me, I'd bring you in, too.
Johnny: For what -- having a meeting in a private home?
Lucky: I'm sure Emily would be real honored knowing you're doing business with the man who killed her.
Maxie: Yeah, sure, I could do a lineup.
Mac: Ok. We'll get through it as fast as we can.
Maxie: At least I'm safe here, right?
Det. Harper: Commissioner.
Mac: We'll be right outside, ok?
Georgie: Maxie didn't get a text message --I did. It said, "seen your sis." I thought the killer was playing games. How did you know?
Coop: I'm a cop -- well, or I will be soon, all right? Everyone's already calling this guy the "text message killer." I just assumed.
Georgie: Did Emily get a message?
Coop: An untraceable message came through on the mayor's phone, all right? "Anthony didn't do it." Most of the cops think it refers to Emily.
Georgie: How much do they know about this guy?
Coop: He's a professional, very disciplined. He likes structure, but he doesn't mind playing games. Now, following a pattern is important to this guy, so it makes sense that Maxie would have received a text message just like all the others.
Georgie: Yeah, I guess.
Coop: Now, where is she? Is she ok?
Georgie: Oh, hold on. Hey, Mac. No, no, no. I'm ok -- just a little jumpy. What's going on? Ok. I'll be right there.
Coop: Is Maxie all right?
Georgie: I have to go to the station. I have to look at a lineup.
Mike: Yeah, ok, sure, honey. No problem. It's kind of dead in here tonight anyway.
Coop: You and Maxie need to look at a lineup?
Georgie: Yeah, I saw a glimpse of the guy.
Coop: You didn't tell me that. Do you think you can identify him?
Lucky: Don't you even care that Zacchara's got Emily's blood on his hands?
Johnny: So, you're the judge and the jury now, huh, super cop?
Lucky: You know what -- shut up!
Jason: Lucky, you should take yourself off this case.
Lucky: You know what? You are the reason Emily got killed. She trusted you. And how did you honor her? You brought the Zaccharas into town and let them kill her.
Johnny: I didn't see you helping anybody out at the ball. Where were you?
Lucky: Oh, you hid behind your crazy father pretending to be a hero while you've been a killer all along, just like you.
Lulu: Hi. I got your message. It's my dad, isn't it?
Bobbie: It's -- it's bad, sweetie. I'm sorry.
Lulu: How bad?
Bobbie: Luke needs a triple bypass tonight.
Lulu: But he's -- he's going to make it, right? He's -- he's going to be ok. He has to be ok.
Skye: Hey, I got your message.
Lulu: My dad needs an operation tonight
Skye: Oh my God.
Lulu: He's going to be fine, huh.
Bobbie: We have a choice here. We can either give in and be terrified or we can stand strong, and we can be positive, and we can make sure Luke knows that we are pulling for him. Because in this type of surgery, attitude is everything, and my brother isn't a positive thinker, so we need to tell Luke to cut the crap and live through this.
Tracy: You shouldn't even be here tonight, much less doing a quadruple bypass.
Monica: I am the head of Cardiology, and I have done thousands of quadruple bypasses.
Tracy: Have you done one since Emily died? I didn't think so. Monica, you haven't begun to deal with Emily's death. We'll wait for Dr. Julian.
Luke: Oh, no, this is my heart we're talking about. I get a vote.
Monica: Luke, you can wait for Dr. Julian -- that's your prerogative. But I am saying that the longer you delay, the greater the risk that you won't survive no matter who does the surgery.
Tracy: I don't appreciate the scare tactics, Monica.
Monica: They're not scare tactics, Tracy. I'm just telling him the truth.
Luke: Let's get it over with. The suspense is killing me. When will they start the surgery?
Bobbie: Uh -- well, once the details are worked out, Monica won't be wasting any time, and the OR's already set up, so --
Lulu: Did you call Lucky?
Bobbie: I left him three messages.
Lulu: He's probably got so much going on, he's not even checking. I'm going to go find him.
Bobbie: Lulu, um --
Lulu: No, don't let them start until we get back.
Bobbie: I can't promise that, sweetie.
Lulu: Well, make them wait. Don't start until Lucky and I come back.
Skye: Wow, Lulu's really scared.
Skye: That's supposed to be your cue to tell me that everything really is going to be okay?
Bobbie: I used to think that my brother could beat anything, that he would live forever or he would go out in a blaze of glory in the middle of some wild adventure. But as it turns out, Luke is only human after all and he can't scam his way out of this one. And I'm just as scared as Lulu. Maybe even more because I've seen this kind of surgery and I know how devastating it can be. And I can only imagine what kind of shape his heart is in.
Epiphany: Your schedules for the upcoming week, ladies. You'll notice some important changes. Nurse Crowell, is there a problem?
Nadine: Uh -- itchy elbow.
Epiphany: You're both starting on a surgical rotation. Nurse Crowell, do you need to see a doctor?
Nadine: Uh -- no, ma'am. Sorry.
Epiphany: You'll start tonight, you'll start tomorrow. And for whatever's wrong with that elbow, make sure it's not contagious, then fix it.
Nadine: Yes, ma'am. So glad I don't have to work. I have no business being in the O.R. tonight.
Regina: Why not?
Nadine: A family superstition. When your elbow itches, someone's about to die and don't give me that look. It itched like crazy before the ball at Wyndemere and look how that turned out.
Regina: Tell me you're not serious.
Nadine: Something terrible's going to happen in this hospital tonight.
Monica: Once we open the chest cavity, we will put you on a heart-lung machine, and I will go in and repair the damage and we take you off the machine.
Luke: And hope for the best.
Monica: Well, simply put, but, yes, that's about all we can do.
Luke: Well, consider it the ultimate adventure.
Monica: You can consider it anything you want, but if you don't have this procedure --
Luke: I fold.
Monica: Okay. I'll see you when we're all done.
Tracy: You need to rethink this.
Luke: You've been hounding me to have this operation for days. Now you want me to back out?
Tracy: No, now I want you to wait for Dr. Julian.
Luke: Tracy, having a coronary every other day or so -- it's wearing me out.
Tracy: Luke, Monica’s in no shape to operate.
Luke: She seems okay.
Tracy: No. She's about to implode from grief.
Luke: Well, she's here, wife. The kid is off playing his guitar in a garage somewhere. Besides, she's head honcho -- that should count for something. Tracy, I promise that as soon --
Tracy: Don’t. Don't promise me anything.
Luke: Why not?
Tracy: Because you break more promises than anybody I know.
Luke: When this is over, what do you say we go back to Vegas for a little second honeymoon? Or maybe hit the casino -- at Monte Carlo? Maybe we can buy a racehorse and win the Triple Crown. Or just snuggle down together and hate the holidays. You see? I'm making plans. I got a future. I'll be back.
Coop: Oh, Maxie.
Maxie: I'm so glad you're here.
Coop: Oh, your sister told me everything. I'm so sorry this happened to you. Are you sure you're okay?
Maxie: Um, yeah. I mean, if Georgie hadn't shown up when she did --
Coop: And the guy was just waiting for you when you came home?
Maxie: No, I didn't hear anything, I didn't get any sort of vibe -- I mean, he could've been in that house for hours.
Coop: You're sure you didn't see him at all?
Maxie: Not his face. I mean, I -- I do remember trying to fight him off. He had gloves on. He was just really strong.
Mac: Wait a minute. Sweetheart, that's good, that's good. You're remembering more. But you're the one who actually saw him.
Georgie: It was only a flash, like I told you. He was running away.
Mac: All right, well, tell us again. Come on, maybe she'll remember something else.
Georgie: Uh -- he was wearing black, he -- medium height --
Det. Harper: Mac?
Georgie: Brownish --
Mac: Excuse me.
Det. Harper: We finally got Johnny Zacchara's police records unsealed. He's got repeat offenses for speeding, reckless endangerment, fistfights, antisocial behavior, and one accusation of rape.
Mac: Game's over, you bastard!
Spinelli: Welcome, tightly strung legal one -- huh. How may the Jackal be of assistance?
Diane: Not that Jason would care or comprehend, but as he called, I was about to slip into a tub full of Himalayan bath salts with two fingers of scotch and some early Shirley Bassey, so what does he want?
Spinelli: Wow, that sounds really lovely. I apologize on behalf of my master for interruption of your -- oh.
Jason: Johnny got hauled in for questioning about Emily’s murder. I want you to get him released.
Diane: Why? Are you planning on killing him?
Trevor: Did you knock?
Mr. Vaughn: The cops just dragged Johnny out of here in handcuffs.
Trevor: What for?
Mr. Vaughn: They're questioning him about the Quartermaine girl, and someone strangled the police commissioner's daughter, almost killed the kid.
Trevor: So they're blaming him?
Mr. Vaughn: No, they're just harassing him, trying to keep him in line. You better get down there.
Trevor: No, no, no. We're going to let him sit in the joint for a while, give him the opportunity to appreciate everything -- including me.
Diane: Your life and mine would be so much simpler if you would just let the police hold Johnny Zacchara in jail.
Jason: Okay, Diane, just make sure you review his police records before you go down there because you know how the PCPD can --
Diane: What --
Spinelli: The vespid's record, the young vespid's record -- one for you and one for commissioner Scorpio, as well.
Diane: How'd you get this?
Spinelli: I'm the Jackal. I rule the internet. Enjoy your Himalayan bath salts.
Jason: Thanks for getting those so fast.
Spinelli: Yeah, well, it was a pedestrian task at best. But why would -- why would Stone Cold wish to secure the warped one's release? If I may be so bold, are -- are you really planning to facilitate his termination? Or is Stone Cold wisely wishing for the septic son to owe him a favor, thereby furthering the possibility of a truce between the Zaccharas and Mr. Corinthos, Sir?
Jason: I don't -- I don't think Johnny killed Emily. And I don't want the cops wasting their time trying to prove that he's guilty when the real killer is out there picking out a new victim.
Det. Harper: Easy --
Coop: Settle down! Mac, come on!
Det. Harper: Take it easy, take it easy!
Lulu: Johnny, what happened?
Lucky: He may have killed Emily.
Mac: And he tried to kill Maxie!
Det. Harper: With all due respect, this man has not been charged with anything. He's only here for questioning.
Johnny: I didn't do it.
Lucky: Lulu, what are you doing here?
Lulu: Dad is having surgery tonight, you need to be there.
Mac: Go. Go, Lucky -- that's an order.
Lucky: Okay, listen, I'm going to check in, I'll meet you out front.
Det. Harper: I'll take Zacchara to holding.
Johnny: I hope things go okay for you.
Lulu: Yeah, you, too.
Bobbie: I know it's your idea of hell to be surrounded by concerned family. But Lulu's gone after Lucky and they're going to be back here any minute.
Luke: Will you be in the O.R.?
Bobbie: No. No, not this time because it's pushing the envelope on procedure. And besides, the kids need me.
Luke: Do you think that Monica is up to this task?
Bobbie: What has Tracy been telling you?
Luke: Bobbie, I'm asking as your brother. Do you think Monica can put aside her grief over Emily and do this job?
Bobbie: Absolutely. If I didn't, I'd be out there tracking down Dr. Julian myself.
Luke: You've seen plenty of these cut-and-paste jobs. Do you think that I can make it through?
Bobbie: Come on, Luke. After the life you've led, a quadruple bypass is nothing.
Luke: Huh. You know, if it weren't for you, I would've checked out a long time ago. A long time ago. I probably never would've even met Laura.
Bobbie: Laura will always love you, and I'm sure she's pulling for you now.
Luke: Barbara, she's sitting in a room staring at the wall. And that's all she's ever going to do. She's gone. I've lost her. But I'm not through -- not yet. I'll be back.
Bobbie: You're damn right you will be.
Luke: Hey, um -- try not to throw Tracy out a window while I'm under.
Bobbie: I'm not making any promises on that.
[Bobbie and Luke laugh]
Luke: Love you.
Bobbie: I love you, too.
Skye: Well, you're not an easy man to see these days.
Luke: Well, they told me a beautiful young woman was trying to get in to see me. I hoped it was you.
Skye: Where's Dr. Von Skimmerman when you need him, huh?
Luke: Ah, we had some fun, didn't we?
Skye: Hey -- you stop it. Now, you are sounding way too final. There is no way you are allowed to die.
Luke: So what's in it for me if I don't?
Skye: Well, you'll just have to wait and see, now, won't you?
Epiphany: My third-shift surgical nurse just called in sick, so that means, Nurse Crowell, that you will be assisting in the O.R. tonight after all.
Nadine: Okay. It's not always accurate. I mean, people do die when my elbow doesn't --
Regina: Put something on it! You're creeping me out.
Tracy: I want you to try to reach Dr. Julian again.
Monica: If he's not here by now, it's too late.
Tracy: Monica, do you even remember what happened with Alan? You convinced yourself you were the only person that could perform the surgery and then you froze.
Monica: I froze because the damage was far worse than I expected and I realized that he was dying.
Tracy: Luke isn’t. Put him on a machine for a couple of hours, then find another doctor. Just don't put his life at risk because you refuse to deal with losing Emily!
Monica: That is not what I am doing!
Tracy: You don't even know how much pain you're in, Monica.
Monica: Okay, I cannot take this right now.
Tracy: Monica? If you think you're going to escape Emily in that operating room, you better think again.
Det. Harper: There's no hurry.
Maxie: I told you that I didn't see his face.
Mac: Nothing about these men seems familiar?
Maxie: No. Yeah, I -- I mean, I -- I know Johnny Zacchara.
Mac: Well, do you think it was him?
Det. Harper: Keep an open mind. We're talking two counts of murder and two of attempted murder.
Maxie: I don't know. I'm sorry.
Georgie: I -- it could be any of them. I told you, I only saw him for a second. They're all medium with brownish hair.
Mac: Face the right.
Mac: Face the wall.
Mac: Take them out.
Maxie: I'm sorry.
Mac: It's okay, it's okay. You're -- you're both trying as hard as you can.
Maxie: Wait. I remember something.
Jason: I mean, Lucky's all over the place. First, he says Anthony’s the killer, then he blames Johnny, but the person he really wants to blame is me.
Spinelli: The law-abiding one no doubt resents the fact that you are the true father of baby Jake.
Jason: You know what? He's got every right to be angry about the situation, but not if it means Emily’s killer goes free.
Spinelli: I mean, Officer Spencer should be taken off the case. Clearly, his hatred precludes impartiality.
Jason: And Lucky keeps making it that much easier for the real killer to get away with it.
Maxie: It's weird how the memory works. You know, Detective Harper’s cologne reminded me. The guy was holding me so close, I could smell it.
Mac: Was it the same cologne?
Maxie: No, but it was -- it was similar. It was a clean smell, like soap or shaving cream or something.
Georgie: So we shouldn't mention this to anyone, right? Not even other cops?
Mac: That's right, for now.
Coop: Hey, how did the lineup go?
Georgie: We didn't recognize anyone.
Mac: I need you to take these girls home.
Maxie: No. No, I'm really sorry, Dad. I just don't think I could go home yet.
Coop: Well, where would you like to go?
Georgie: How about Kelly’s? It's -- it's a public place. It's pretty safe. Mike will be there.
Coop: Let's go. Come on.
Georgie: I'll call you the second we get there.
Det. Harper: You're free to go.
Mac: Not until we run your prints and check for outstanding warrants.
Det. Harper: He cleared the lineup, Sir.
Mac: I still think you did this.
Diane: But you have no proof, do you, Commissioner? Probable cause, evidence? Here's a thought -- motive. Is my client under arrest?
Mac: What do you mean, "Your client"?
Diane: I will take that as a no. You will release him at once. Thank you.
Mac: Since when does Sonny Corinthos' attorney represent Johnny Zacchara?
Luke: Is that you, cupcake?
Lulu: Lucky's here, too.
Luke: Hey. It's so good to see you both. Take care of each other. And keep an eye on Barbara Jean, will you?
Lulu: You sound like you're not coming back.
Luke: Oh, no, of course I am. We'll be ice fishing before you know it.
Lulu: I hate ice fishing.
Luke: Well, then it'll be like old times. So, cowboy, you got the place surrounded?
Luke: God, I hate you're a cop.
Luke: I -- I hate it. But it's almost worth it just to see your mother laugh when you told her. Take care of your sister. Be a better father to your kids than I was to you.
Lucky: You were great to me.
Lulu: Me, too -- when you were around.
Luke: I wish we'd stayed on the road after you were born. But your mother wanted you to grow up in a house with family around. You can't fault her for that.
Lulu: Yeah, you disappeared a lot, but you always came back.
Lucky: Yeah, and you'll be back this time.
Luke: That's the plan. You are both amazing. Strong, smart. You got your old man to thank for that.
Regina: Excuse us. We're here to take you to your surgery, Mr. Spencer.
Luke: Oh, they sent the pretty nurse, didn't they?
Lucky: And we'll be waiting for you.
Lulu: Yeah, so you better come back.
Luke: Oh, sweetheart -- oh, hey, wait -- hold on. Um -- one more thing. You -- be sure to help Nikolas take care of your mother. You -- you visit her as much as you can, and both of --
Lulu: Look, if you keep talking, you're going to have another heart attack.
Luke: If I have taught you anything, I hope I've taught you to enjoy the rush, because life is a thrill ride. You go after what you love. Be strong and courageous and don't let anybody tell you how to live.
Lulu: I love you, Dad.
Lucky: I love you, too.
Lucky: He's going to be okay.
Lulu: You're such a bad liar.
Johnny: What are you doing here?
Diane: I'm here for the money, Mr. Zacchara, make no mistake about it.
Johnny: Who sent you, Jason?
Diane: God only knows. Now, do you want my counsel or not? And be quick about your answer, because I have a hot bath and a smart cocktail waiting. Unless you prefer to spend the night in jail.
Johnny: No, I need to go check on a friend. Whatever Jason Morgan is expecting in --
Diane: You can discuss with Jason.
Johnny: Okay. Yeah. You can represent me.
Diane: Consider it done.
Mac: Your client is a suspect in a serial murder case. He has a serious rap sheet.
Diane: "Serious," Commissioner? A hormonal teenager who drives too fast? Maybe got himself into a couple of fistfights? This is an overprivileged young man with a troubled family life.
Mac: He is a suspect in a serial murder case.
Diane: That your own daughters couldn't identify in a lineup. Now, had my client, for instance, worked as a -- oh, I don't know -- soldier of fortune, let's say -- if his record included assault on a police officer, attempted murder, dealing with loan sharks to pay off gambling debts, and a nasty explosives incident in a mine owned by the Jacks family in Australia -- oh, wait a minute. That's you, isn't it?
Mac: What about Roberta Mason?
Diane: White trash looking for a large settlement. Nothing more, nothing less. The charges were dropped, the accusation was withdrawn.
Mac: Well, your father really took care of that one, didn't he, Johnny?
Diane: Are you charging my client with anything?
Mac: My daughter almost died tonight.
Diane: Then I suggest you get out there and find the man who tried to kill her.
Mac: I think he is standing right behind you.
Diane: "Harper," is it? I'm going to suggest that you convince the commissioner to back down immediately, or face dealing with some very negative publicity. And after the debacle at Wyndemere, that is the last thing this department needs.
Mac: Turn him loose.
Diane: Thank you, Commissioner. Johnny, my card. Enjoy the rest of your evening.
Trevor: Johnny, you all right? What are the charges?
Johnny: Don't worry about it. Ms. Miller already did your job for you.
Trevor: Oh, I got it, I got it. Come on, we'll talk about it on the way home.
Johnny: I got someplace to be.
Georgie: I touched base with Mac. You need to eat something.
Maxie: No, my throat still hurts, and I have a huge knot in my stomach just thinking that killer is still out there.
Georgie: Where's Coop? I thought he was going to stay with you?
Maxie: He said he had something to do and he'd be right back.
Georgie: Maxie, can I get you anything? There's some chicken noodle soup in the back, and --
Maxie: How do you think he got into our house?
Georgie: Dad is going to figure that out, okay?
Maxie: Georgie, but what if you didn't --
Georgie: You're okay.
Maxie: I think I'm going to be sick.
Logan: Georgie, hey. Have you seen Lulu?
Georgie: No, no.
Scott: Hey, Logan, have you given any more thought to becoming a cop?
Logan: Yeah, I have, and it might be a sweet deal if it wasn't coming from you.
Scott: Okay, how about we take a small step here and I sit down to a cup of coffee with you?
Logan: Sure, Dad, have a seat.
Scott: Thank you.
Logan: Look, I get that you're trying, I get it. I get that you're trying to help, you know, me and Lulu, and I appreciate it.
Scott: Well, how's it going with you lovebirds?
Bobbie: Scott, it's Bobbie. Luke is going in for a quadruple bypass right now, and you may not care, but I need you.
Scott: I'm on my way, Bobbie. Listen, Luke's not doing very well, so Lulu -- she probably needs a friend, okay?
Lulu: Mom -- if you can hear me, Dad really needs you tonight. We all do. So stay with him. We can't help him now. And he loves you so much, and he needs you more than he ever has. So find him and save him and bring him back to us.
Epiphany: Mr. Spencer?
Luke: Hello, beautiful.
Epiphany: Dr. Archer, this patient isn't out yet.
Andy: 10, nine, eight --
Luke: You want to come back to my place and spin a few 33s?
Andy: Seven, six --
Luke: I got lots of Motown.
Luke: Toussaint Dubois and the Saints. We could light one up --
Epiphany: Dr. Archer, I think he's had more than enough.
Andy: Good call, Nurse Johnson. Three, two, one -- yeah.
Monica: Are we ready?
Epiphany: We're ready, Dr. Quartermaine.
Emily: Ready, Dr. Quartermaine.
Lesley: Oh, thank you so much.
Bobbie: Oh, you're sweet.
Lesley: Thank you.
Bobbie: That's great.
Lesley: That's very dear of you.
Lucky: Thank you.
Scott: Hey, Bobbie, how's Luke doing?
Bobbie: Oh, hey. Thank you, both of you, for coming. Well, we haven't heard anything yet, but it's still early.
Logan: Where -- where's Lulu? Is she okay?
Bobbie: Yeah. She's in Luke's room, 1014.
Lucky: What are you even doing here?
Bobbie: Lucky -- Scott, Luke, and I go way, way back. I called him because I need him here tonight for me.
Lesley: I think maybe Laura would want you here, as well, Scotty. After all, you've hated Luke for so long, you're practically family.
Scott: Well, you know, Luke always knows when I'm around, so maybe that'll make him mad enough to keep breathing just out of spite.
Emily: Is there a problem?
Epiphany: Dr. Quartermaine? Is there a problem? We need to keep moving.
Emily: Do something, and do it now.
Epiphany: Doctor, we're losing the patient! What do you want us to do?
Monica: I don't know.
Skye: Hello, Lucas Lorenzo Spencer.
Luke: Damn. It turns out there's a heaven after all.
Skye: Oh, you're absolutely right. But that isn't where you're going.
Luke: Oh, come on, blaze. Sure it is. Look at you. The white light --
Luke: The angel bells.
Skye: Haven't you ever heard of "hell's bells"?
[Pealing gets louder]
Luke: What the –
Georgie: Drink that while it still has fizz.
Maxie: I don't know why my cell phone seems so scary all of a sudden. You're the one who got the text message, not me.
Georgie: Do you want to maybe go over the text message? Maybe figure something out?
Maxie: I thought you said that's what the cops were doing.
Georgie: Yeah, Mac downloaded it and saved it, but maybe you and I could figure something out that the cops might miss. Okay? Listen, my cell phone is in my car, so I'm going to go get it. Are you going to be okay here?
Maxie: Well, hurry, okay? I mean -- it's just I thought Coop would've been back by now.
[Cell phone beeps]
Georgie: What are you doing?
Lulu: I lost my mom. I can't lose my dad, too.
Trevor: What were you thinking with a stunt like that? Sending your silly lawyer to get John out of jail -- do you really think that I'm going to let you cut me out? It wasn't enough to lose your sister?
Jason: What -- what does that mean?
Trevor: Oh -- you know, you try another stunt like that, and you're going to lose somebody else very close to you.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Trevor: Do you need to lose someone else? Hey!
Skye: I'd reconsider if I were you. It's awfully hot out there.
Monica: I am so sorry.
Epiphany: Dr. Quartermaine?
Regina: His pressure's going to bottom out.
Epiphany: Dr. Quartermaine, this patient is bleeding out.
Monica: Uh, I -- I can't.
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