General Hospital Transcript Thursday 4/3/08
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Man: We can't offload another shipment with the last one still here. Get this crate moved out of here, now. You make another mistake like that again, you're fired.
Second Man: I'm sorry, boss. The bag slipped.
First Man: Save it. Mr. Corinthos is coming by personally tonight to inspect the shipment. If anything goes wrong, we all could be looking for new jobs.
Ian: I'll take Sonny out at the warehouse tonight. Should be an easy shot.
Jerry: Here you go. The serial number's been rubbed off.
Ian: My, my, aren't you thorough.
Jerry: Well, someone has to be.
Ian: If you're concerned about my abilities, you're more than welcome to take Sonny out yourself.
Jerry: And deny you the pleasure of having the lovely Ms. Zacchara in your debt? I wouldn't dream of it.
Johnny: I thought we agreed Sonny has to die.
Claudia: He will, tonight. It's all been arranged.
Johnny: Yeah, why bother me with the details, right?
Claudia: John, I told you I will take care of it. All you need to do is worry about finding an alibi.
Sonny: Yeah, when's it coming in? Uh, yeah, yeah. I'm going to go to the warehouse as soon as I can because I want everything to be in order before the guy from customs shows up, you know what I'm saying? All right, thanks, Bernie. Damn.
[Knock on door]
Sonny: I thought you were -- weren't you doing something with the magazine?
Kate: Yes, I was.
Kate: But I can take a break, can't I, hmm? And I think you should, too. How does dinner at the Metro Court sound?
Sonny: Dinner at the metro -- uh, well, not as good as my pesto chicken pasta. Uh, but, you know, I got to take a rain check because I got to -- they're expecting me at the warehouse soon.
Kate: Oh, really? Hmm, and to think you were the one lecturing me on my work-life balance.
Sonny: Well, if -- if I, you know, want to prove to Michael that my coffee business is not just a front, then I got to do the day-to-day operations, right?
Sonny: Because I want my son to know that I have a legitimate business, that it does not involve guns and violence.
Claudia: Go and find someplace to hang out where there's a bunch of people around for a couple of hours, and I will call you when I get confirmation that Sonny's dead.
Johnny: Sounds a lot like an order, Claudia.
Claudia: I don't want this coming back on you, John. Who do you think the cops are going to go to first when Sonny turns up dead? You need an airtight alibi.
Johnny: Don't worry about me. I'll find some place to be and someone to be with.
Claudia: Yeah, I bet. Your girlfriend? Oh, that's right, Lulu's not your girlfriend. She's just some girl you bought a casino to stay in touch with.
Johnny: It was a good investment. Besides, it never hurts to keep the options open.
Claudia: I hope Lulu Spencer is worth the trouble, not to mention the money you're spending to bankroll her father.
Johnny: More than likely, nothing will come of it. Lulu's pretty determined to keep her distance. It's probably better for both of us if she does anyway.
Claudia: Too bad you can't help playing with fire.
Ian: Claudia has no problem transporting my product in and out of Port Charles, providing Sonny's not around to run interference.
Jerry: Yeah, but there's no guarantee Claudia will hold up her end of the bargain when she gets what she wants, which could leave you and I out of a substantial amount of money.
Ian: Claudia brokered a similar deal with me in Milan. If her track record is any indication, this latest deal should be concluded without incident. As for your percentage, I would consider doubling it if you were to handle things personally.
Jerry: I'm not going anywhere near this. If Sonny's found dead and it's traced back to me, it'll destroy whatever's left of my relationship with my brother, and that's not going to happen.
Ian: Your loss. Sonny's going to be wide open tonight. No guards, no guns. Would have been the easiest money you ever made.
[Rifle hammer clicks]
Kate: Even legitimate businessmen make time for dinner.
Sonny: No, I just -- I can’t. I can't do it, only because I got a shipment coming in, right? And I got to oversee everything.
Kate: But, Sonny, isn't that why you hire a foreman? To make sure things go smoothly in your absence?
Sonny: Okay, usually I have four or five guards, right, who are, you know, doing everything. I have somebody overlooking them, telling them what to do.
Sonny: You know what I did? I had Bernie tell them to go home.
Sonny: Because customs officials are going to be there, they're going to inspect everything. I want everything to go smoothly because from now on everything goes strictly by the book.
Kate: Hmm, okay, but can I tag along? What? It'd be a refreshing change to watch you do business without the threat of being shot.
Sonny: Yeah, but I don't know how long it's going to take to clear the shipment.
Sonny: No, listen, listen to me. You're going to sit there for a long time; you're going to be bored. I don't want that, and I --
Kate: Okay, fine, I'll bring Michael to keep me company. I'm sure he would find the whole process interesting, too.
Carly: What game are you playing?
Michael: Street Killer 2.
Carly: You know firsthand how dangerous guns can be. Playing with games like this is not okay.
Michael: You know I didn't mean to shoot Kate.
Carly: I know you didn't mean to shoot Kate. I know it was an accident. I'm aware of that.
Michael: Then why are you still mad?
Carly: I'm not mad at you, okay, but things have to change around here, starting with no more video games.
Carly: Mercedes, come out here, please. Not another word.
Carly: Michael's not allowed to play with video games anymore. I don't care what you do with it. Hide it, break it, just keep it way from him.
Michael: You can't break it. I borrowed that game from Joey.
Carly: Well, you know what? Joey shouldn't be playing with it, either. I have to go to the hotel. Make sure he does his homework.
Elizabeth: I missed you.
Jason: I missed you so much.
Elizabeth: How are you, and what'd the doctor say?
Jason: Well, they said I should regain full range of motion, maybe need a little physical therapy, but no permanent nerve damage.
Elizabeth: I hate that you had to go through another surgery by yourself. I wish I could have been there.
Jason: It's okay, you're here now.
Kate: Why not show Michael what the coffee business is all about?
Sonny: Okay, I'll tell you why. Because the point was for me to spend time alone with Michael, right? If I'm busy with a shipment, that kind of defeats the purpose.
Kate: No, I thought the purpose was to show Michael that he didn't need a gun to make something out of himself. Sonny, this is the perfect opportunity. You just said that business is going be conducted aboveboard tonight, right?
Sonny: Yeah, yeah.
Kate: So why wouldn't you want to show Michael that there's more to your life than the violence he's grown accustomed to?
Sonny: Because when Michael gets bored he gets in trouble, and I don't want anything to go wrong tonight.
Kate: Sonny, he's not going to be running wild around the warehouse.
Sonny: Well, you don't know that. I mean, you know --
Kate: Well, I'm there to make sure. And besides, you know what? I think --
Kate: That he's going to be so thrilled at the invitation that he will be on his best behavior.
Sonny: But there's nothing to do there but sit, do nothing.
Sonny: And you know, his --
Kate: Really? You can't even put him on the forklift, give him a ride, let him drive? Once the coffee business is done.
Sonny: Well, okay, you know what? He does love to drive that thing. Okay, I'll tell you what. We'll pick him up on the way to the warehouse.
Kate: Um, can you do me a favor?
Kate: Can I pick him up and meet you there?
Carly: Hey, Marty, have you seen Jax?
Marty: He was upstairs going over the renovation plans with a contractor.
Carly: What renovation plans?
Marty: The ones requested by Ms. Howard.
Carly: Do you have a copy of the lease? Thanks. No way. There is no way that she is converting the entire third floor of my hotel for offices for her new magazine. It's not gonna happen.
Marty: What should I tell Ms. Howard?
Carly: Tell her she can lease the space that is currently available, the annex behind the kitchen.
Marty: Where housekeeping keeps their supplies?
Carly: 1500 square feet. That's enough room for a desk and Kate's ego.
Marty: But the only access to the annex is from the service elevator.
Carly: Exactly. Square footage and a private entrance. Make sure the price and the rent reflects that, please.
Marty: What about housekeeping?
Carly: They can relocate their supplies to the third floor.
Jax: No, they can’t. I promised that to Kate.
Carly: Not in my hotel.
Elizabeth: Are you hungry? Can I make you dinner or something?
Jason: No, no, no, no. I just want you to tell me about Jake.
Elizabeth: He is teething like crazy. He has cut two more since the last time you saw him, one on the top and the bottom. I took a picture of him this morning so you could see.
Jason: Let's see. Oh, man, he is -- he is getting so big.
Elizabeth: He looks more and more like his daddy every day.
Jason: Yeah, I was -- I've been thinking about him a lot. And you know, you and us. And I know that Sonny made a truce with the Zaccharas, and they say that they want to keep the peace. So, um, I don't know. I was thinking maybe --
Elizabeth: I'm sorry. Oh, it's the hospital.
Jason: I mean, if you -- if you have to go, you got to go.
Elizabeth: It's a trauma, they need me. But I really want to fish this.
Jason: We will.
Claudia: Glad to see the bar is up and running ahead of schedule. When will the casino open?
Luke: Well, why do you care? I was under the impression that I'm in partnership with your brother.
Claudia: John and I work as a team.
Luke: Well, then you should have no trouble holding to his agreements.
Claudia: Depends. Let's hear them.
Luke: Well, they're simple. He pays the bills. I pour the booze. I take his money, and I retain complete control of the casino.
Claudia: No, John may prefer to be a silent partner, but I plan on taking a very active role in this particular business venture.
Luke: Do you?
Luke: Revise your plan.
Claudia: What would be the point of owning a casino if I can't enjoy it? There's just one little problem.
Luke: Only the one?
Claudia: It seems my brother has a thing for your daughter. If it goes much further, it could be disastrous for both of them.
Jax: I already promised that space to Kate.
Carly: Third floor is way too valuable to waste on an office suite.
Jax: Well, you think it's better to utilize it as storage?
Jax: For housekeeping supplies?
Marty: You obviously need a few minutes to sort this out.
Jax: This is beyond petty.
Carly: How do you think I feel, and how do you expect me to react when I find out from Marty that you're gonna convert the entire third floor of my hotel without even telling me?
Jax: Your hotel? First -- first of all, it's our hotel, okay? And secondly, you were here when Kate came to look at the space. It's not as if I'm trying to hide it from you.
Carly: We never discussed giving her the entire third floor, Jax.
Jax: You don't honestly expect her to run the magazine out of a supply closet, do you?
Carly: I don't give a damn where she does her business as long as it doesn't interfere with mine. Do you know how much we're gonna lose a night if we convert the entire third floor?
Jax: Not half as much as I'll lose if this magazine fails to launch.
Carly: Yeah, a magazine that I didn't want you to invest in to begin with.
Jax: Oh, oh, because, that -- that's what this is about.
Carly: Yeah, so now you're moving Kate in here. You're hiring contractors. You're doing all this without even asking my opinion. What the hell? Is this your way of punishing me for the miscarriage? Is that it?
Kate: I haven't spoken to Michael since the shooting.
Kate: I've been meaning to stop by the house, but I didn't want to intrude on Jax and Carly’s grief. Well, now they've had some time to process the miscarriage, and I think it's time that Michael and I talk about what happened.
Sonny: Yeah. I think, you know, he -- he wants to apologize to you. I know that, and he feels horrible for what he did to you.
Kate: I don't blame Michael for what happened. And I don't want him blaming himself. It was a very unfortunate incident.
Sonny: But you know a lot of people don't see it that way, right?
Kate: Yeah, but Michael is a boy, Sonny, and he made a serious error in judgment, and I can't fault him when I've been guilty of doing the same thing.
Sonny: Thank you.
Kate: I think some alone time with Michael will give us both closure. Just call him, please.
Sonny: All right.
Sonny: Hey, boy. Where's your mama?
Michael: She's at the hotel with Jax.
Sonny: Where's Mercedes?
Michael: Um, upstairs with Morgan.
Sonny: What are you up to tonight?
Sonny: Nothing? You want to hang out with me at the warehouse and unload a shipment?
Michael: Are you serious?
Sonny: Would I be asking if I wasn't -- if I wasn't serious?
Michael: Awesome. Thanks, Dad.
Sonny: Okay, listen. Kate's gonna come by and pick you up.
Elizabeth: Hey, I got a page that MedEvac was bringing in a trauma.
Epiphany: Yes, we've got a lacerated liver in O.R. 2. Dr. O’Donnell is prepping him now.
Elizabeth: Dr. O’Donnell?
Epiphany: The victim was a little boy. He got hit by a car while he was riding his bike in front of his house. His father was in the front yard and saw the whole thing.
Father: I want to see my son.
Epiphany: I'm sorry, Sir. He's already prepped and getting into surgery.
Father: Zack's only eight. His birthday was last week. He's been begging me to buy him a bike, and I -- please, I really need to be with my son. Please, Zack needs to know that I'm here.
Elizabeth: I will tell him. I'm gonna go down to the O.R. I'll let him know that you're out here waiting for him.
Father: You have to save my son. He's my whole life. I can't live without him.
Sonny: You just got back?
Jason: About an hour ago, yeah.
Sonny: How'd it go?
Jason: Better than the first operation. Doctors say I'm gonna need some physical therapy but no permanent damage.
Sonny: Good, good.
Jason: Yeah, how -how'd things go back here?
Sonny: Well, it would have been great if I wasn't tripping over Spinelli every four seconds, you know what I mean?
Jason: I'm sorry. I just wanted Spinelli to have something to do so he wouldn't worry so much.
Sonny: Him or you? Because if this truce is not gonna hold, please tell me.
Jason: If I thought that the Zaccharas were going to make a move, I would have never left.
Luke: This is not a conversation I care to have.
Claudia: With me?
Luke: With anyone. When it comes to my daughter's love life, I have no opinions. If she cares to date a mob boss or a popcorn salesman, it's all the same to me.
Claudia: I'm not surprised that you want to shove your daughter in John's direction. After all, he is plenty rich, and he just used a big part of that money to bail you out of a mountain of debt.
Luke: Let me say this slower. Lulu's love life is none of my concern. I am completely neutral. Think Switzerland.
Claudia: Hmm, okay, fine. You don't want to weigh in, that's your prerogative, but let me explain something to you. John's situation is complicated. Not to mention dangerous. I hate to see your daughter get hurt.
Luke: Don't even think of threatening my kid.
Claudia: I'm going to level with you. When my father was in charge, he made a lot of enemies. Now John's running things, and he's dealing with the fallout. It's just a word of caution. These people, they don't play nice. Now if Lulu is around, she could get caught in that crossfire.
Luke: Okay, here's the deal as I see it. Anything happens to Lulu, and your brother is dead. If that causes you any kind of concern, maybe you should go to him and tell him to stop sniffing around my daughter.
Claudia: Why would he? Now, he said she wasn't interested.
Luke: Oh, she's interested. And so is he. Otherwise, why would he invest in this joint?
Claudia: This was a business decision.
Luke: Mainly, but it's also an opportunity for him to be around Lulu. So like I said, you know, I got no trouble taking your brother's money. But if anything happens to my daughter, I got no trouble killing him either.
Claudia: Well. This has been a very enlightening conversation.
Jax: I'm not punishing you for the miscarriage, Carly.
Carly: What is going on, Jax? Then why are you being so distant?
Jax: Losing a baby is one of the hardest things I've ever had to face.
Jax: Okay. I let the grief consume me once, and I didn't want to make the same mistake again.
Carly: With you and Courtney.
Jax: After Elizabeth lost the baby that she was carrying for me and Courtney, our marriage fell apart. I mean, I gave up on having a baby on my own. Until you came along. You made everything okay. And then when we lost the baby, I could feel myself slipping back into that dark place, and I knew that if I didn't make a conscious effort to move on, that I would lose you, too. And that's -- that's why I've been spending so much time at work.
Carly: Why does it have to be with Kate Howard and her magazine?
Jax: Kate is a friend.
Carly: Oh, you know I don't like her. I don't like her at all. And I hate t thought of you spending so much time with her. I told you so eight different ways, but you're not hearing me.
Jax: All I'm hearing is that you're jealous, which is ridiculous, okay? Kate is a colleague. You're the woman I love.
Carly: Then prove it.
Carly: You stick her in the annex behind the kitchen.
Jax: Come on, Carly.
Carly: No, I'm serious. She's not taking over my hotel.
Jax: Our hotel.
Carly: Whatever. Our hotel. She's not getting the whole third floor. It's not happening.
Jax: Why don't we discuss it over dinner? I'll bring the plans the contractor drew up and you can make any changes that you -- that you want. Within reason, of course, and I'll even think about leaving space for a supply closet for housekeeping.
Carly: She's not getting the whole third floor.
Jax: Just think about it, okay?
Carly: She's not.
Jax: Think about it.
Carly: I will think about it.
Jax: Now who's being punished?
Sonny: So you push me into making this truce, and I'm thinking you're right.
Jason: Well, I still want to increase security at the warehouse and around here, okay? So we're going to have to find guys from someplace else, because our guys are spread so thin, Sonny. I don't know what to do.
Sonny: Hey. I don't -- things are -- I don't want Michael seeing me surrounded by men with guns, you know? I don't think it's good for business.
Jason: Well, what do you mean? You need protection.
Sonny: Yeah, well, you know what? So do my kids. So I think the way to keep them safe is to focus on the coffee business and keep the mob-related activity to a minimum.
Jason: What do you mean, focus? Are you thinking about getting out of the business?
Sonny: You know that that's not an option. But I am making some changes. And I'm going to make more so I can give people that I love a better life.
Kate: Jax, I'm here. I'm sorry. Have you been waiting a long time?
Jax: Oh, no, it's okay. Can I get you a drink?
Kate: Um, no, actually. I have just enough time to sign the lease, and then I have to get going.
Kate: I have a very important meeting this evening.
Jax: In that case -- Marty? Ms. Howard's lease.
Jax: Thanks. Uh, and a pen.
Kate: Is something wrong?
Jax: No, just -- I want to make sure it's all in order. Yep, third floor, as promised.
Kate: Oh. Hold on.
Kate: Hi, Maxie. I'm in the middle of a meeting, so could -- tonight? I'll just -- I'll call you back.
Jax: Is there a problem?
Kate: The southern distributors want me to fly in and discuss the direction of the magazine before they meet with the advertisers tomorrow. This meeting has been on the books for weeks, but now, all of the sudden, out of the blue, they want me to hop on a plane and drop everything that I'm doing. I just -- this couldn't have come at a worse time.
Spinelli: Greetings! Oh, my -- um, I've been anxiously awaiting your return. All is -- all is well?
Jason: Yeah. Everything -- everything is good. No permanent damage, no complications.
Spinelli: Well, much to your grasshopper's relief. Um, perhaps -- perhaps you should call the maternal one and share your joys.
Jason: Oh, she already knows.
Jason: Yeah, she was actually here waiting for me when I got home from the hospital.
Spinelli: You don't say. That -- that must have been a welcome surprise.
Jason: Sure is. I mean, since you're the only one who knew what time I was getting back.
Spinelli: Ah. Well, um. The Jackal may have mentioned about your impending arrival to fair Elizabethan. I perhaps even suggested that she be on hand to welcome you back from your medical sojourn. Which has obviously incurred the wrath of the master, so I will save you time and send myself up to the room.
Jason: Spinelli. I'm not mad.
Spinelli: You're not?
Jason: No. Actually, thank you for that.
Father: How is he?
Doctor: We were able to stop the bleeding and repair the damage to his liver. Your son should make a full recovery.
Father: Thank you. Can I? Hey. Hey, Zack, it's daddy. I'll be right here when you wake up, okay? I love you. I'm not going anywhere.
Claudia: I thought you went to find an alibi.
Johnny: I'm a lot more concerned with how this is going down tonight.
Claudia: John, I told you. I got it. Sonny is going to be dead in a couple of hours.
Johnny: You keep telling me that, but nothing more.
Claudia: Have you got something on your mind? Say it.
Johnny: Yeah, I don't like how secretive you're being with this hit. Hiding all the details from me? It's almost as if you don't want it to go down.
Claudia: I don't want you getting blamed for it.
Johnny: Or maybe you don't hate Sonny as much as I do, as much as you say you do. You're the one that slept with him.
Claudia: That's nice.
Johnny: I need to know if you have feelings for him. If you actually want him to live, you need to let me know. I'm not going to like it, but I'm going to accept it. I'm a lot more concerned with you and I being honest with each other than I am with him dying.
Claudia: I'm being honest with you, John. I have every reason to want Sonny dead. With Sonny out of the way, we can take over his territory and expand into Port Charles, and even if he was willing to make a deal, I would still want him dead for what he did to you. Keeping you locked up so he could mess with your head, beat you down. That's something Daddy would do. That's something Daddy did to both of us.
Johnny: How do you think I was able to handle Sonny so well? Years of experience. I learned that in situations like that, it's best to just have no reaction. You know, shut down and pretend to be calm like I was with Dad.
Claudia: You didn't seem very calm when Sonny came into my hospital room and you stuck a gun under his chin.
Johnny: That wasn't for what he did to me. That was for how Sonny treated you.
Claudia: Yeah. That's another reason that I want him dead.
Jason: I mean, there wasn't, you know, much to do while I was waiting around for the operation except lie in bed, and that gave me a lot of time to think.
Spinelli: What was the nature of your presurgical musings?
Jason: Jake. The night he was born. You know, how it felt the first time I held Jake in my arms. He was so -- I mean, he was so small and helpless, and now I look at Jake and I can't even believe he's the same kid. I mean, he is growing and changing so fast, and -- and I haven't been there to see it. You know, I missed most of my son's life, and I realized I don't want to miss any more.
Spinelli: Are you saying that you're -- you're ready to claim little Jacob Martin as your own?
Epiphany: How's the Adams boy?
Elizabeth: Dr. O’Donnell wants to keep him in I.C.U. for the night, but then tomorrow he'll be moved down to pediatrics. I'm sure he'll be discharged early next week.
Epiphany: It's a miracle that that boy is going home at all, considering the condition he was in a few hours ago.
Elizabeth: I think it really helped knowing that his father was out here waiting for him.
Epiphany: It's really gratifying to see that a father is that invested.
Epiphany: 10th floor nurses' station.
Robin: Kind of makes you realize how important a father is to a child.
Elizabeth: Yes, it does.
Robin: Do you ever feel like your kids are missing out in some way?
Elizabeth: All the time. Especially Jake. At least Cameron knows what it's like to live under the same roof with two parents, to have a mom and a dad tuck him in at night. Jake has never known that.
Robin: But he has a father. Lucky wants to be a part of your kids' lives. I wish I could say the same for Patrick.
Elizabeth: Are you having second thoughts about doing this by yourself?
Robin: I know I'm capable of doing it by myself.
Robin: This child will always feel wanted and loved by me. But what if that's not enough? What if this child grows up feeling like there's something missing in their life?
Elizabeth: There doesn't have to be.
Robin: Patrick never wanted to have kids.
Elizabeth: Maybe when the baby was just an idea, but now it's so very real.
Robin: I don't know, he's made his priorities very clear. There is no room in his life for children. And even if there was, I'm not sure he'd have the first clue about how to raise one.
Elizabeth: There are no perfect fathers. All you can do is hope for someone who will make a commitment to doing what's very best for your child.
Claudia: You know, when Daddy sent me to live in Italy, I should've been relieved. I was finally away from all of his madness -- all the yelling and the violence. But all I could think about was you, that you were still here and that you were scared and alone. It killed me to leave you here with him, John.
Johnny: It's not like you had a choice.
Claudia: I was planning on coming back for you. From the minute that I left, I wanted to come back for you. I just didn't think that I had the power to help you. It took me a while to figure out that the way a woman looks, mm -- that's a lot of the power that she needs. You know, not only does being sexy influence men and distract other women, but people tend to underestimate someone who puts their sexuality right out there. They think that you have no brain, that you're stupid, that you're not to be worried about. And when people underestimate you, they're a lot easier to take down. Why do you think that I went after Sonny? I heard that he was messing with you, and I did my research. I found out what kind of woman Sonny likes, and I set out to give it to him. I pretended to meet him by accident, and let him pick me up in that bar. That was part of the plan, John. The way he treated me wasn’t. He was insulting and dismissive from the start. But I didn't know all of his weaknesses, so I had to come back with him. You know, I'd come back at him with the same, pretend like I enjoyed being treated like a whore. When it really made me hate him. I had to follow him all over town, pretend like I was being turned on, I was attracted to him, when I really just wanted to spit in his face. There's nothing worse to me than a man that treats a woman badly and pretends that she asked for it, that she wanted it.
Johnny: I hate that Sonny hurt you.
Claudia: Yeah, well, after tonight, he'll never have the chance to do it again.
Trevor: Stay focused, people. We need to find a way to neutralize Sonny Corinthos permanently.
Johnny: Sonny and I agreed to a truce.
Trevor: Only on the condition that those Alcazar waterfront properties stay in neutral hands. But ever since Richard handed them over to me, Sonny saw that as an aggressive act, and he is going to retaliate. We need to strike first.
Johnny: The situation seems stable to me. Why disrupt it?
Trevor: Oh, Johnny. You really let your sister get into your head, don't you? That's Claudia speaking, not you. How many times do I got to tell you? Claudia is only going to be concerned with herself, number one.
Claudia: Oh, yeah? As opposed to you, Trevor, huh? Who has John's best interests at heart?
Trevor: I am simply warning you that we have to make a move, and that move better be soon.
Claudia: How did you ever last so long around here? My father hates cowards. He always has. Were you just too busy hiding in his shadow for him to notice?
Trevor: Claudia, something stinks. It doesn't add up. Because you two should be way more concerned with this Corinthos situation than you apparently are.
Jax: Have the jet fueled and waiting within the hour. Thanks. So what's the verdict?
Carly: I'll go. On one condition.
Carly: We don't talk about what's-her-name or her new office space until after dessert.
Carly: Okay. Where are you taking me?
Jax: Houston. We can have dinner after my meeting.
Carly: What meeting?
Jax: The distributors there want to meet and talk about the direction of the magazine. Kate was supposed to go and she had something else come up, and I offered to go in her place, so --
Carly: What's so important that Kate can't take her own meeting?
Kate: Your father is going to meet us at the warehouse, so I thought that we could talk on the way down there.
Michael: About you getting shot?
Kate: It's probably a good place to start, Michael.
Michael: I'm so sorry. I did not mean to hurt you. The gun went off by accident.
Max: Ready, boss?
Sonny: Yeah. Listen, when we get to the warehouse, I want you guys to drop me off right in front. Then you guys take the rest of the night off.
Milo: Both of us?
Sonny: Uh, yeah, yeah, yeah, both of you. I'm doing this -- I'm doing this alone tonight.
Kate: You made a mistake, Michael. And what's important is that you learn from it. Picking up a gun is never the answer.
Sonny: Kate's bringing Michael tonight. He knows you guys carry guns and all. I don't want him around that anymore.
Michael: I’m gonna work with my dad when I grow up.
Max: I know you don't want a lot of guys around, but you still need protection.
Sonny: No guards. Listen, I want Michael to see for himself that my business is more than just, you know, guns and violence.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Lulu: I want to forget about you, but you won't let me.
Jason: I want a life with you.
Claudia: Call me when it's done.
Michael: I love you, Dad.
Sonny: I love you, too.
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