General Hospital Transcript Friday 4/25/08
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Robin: It's okay, it's okay. Deep breath, breathe. Everything's going to be okay.
Anna: That's -- thatís...
Robin: A baby. I --
Anna: Is it yours?
Robin: Yes, it's mine. It's my baby.
Anna: Oh, oh, that's -- oh, that's so wonderful. Oh, my little girl. She's pregnant. Oh, golly. Oh, God. Oh, my God.
Ric: It seems I've maneuvered myself into an intriguing situation.
Sonny: No, no, it's deeper than that. I mean, this is like a -- we're at a crossroads here. This is your chance to have everything you've claimed you've wanted. All you got to do is walk away. Use your head for a change.
Ric: You never cease to amaze me. Here you stand; you're asking me for a favor with an insult.
Sonny: Okay, ask yourself what's going to give you the best result, letting that maniac loose on Trevor or anybody else he might pass on the street, or having a marker on me for a favor owed, and...
Sonny: My undying gratitude.
Claudia: I'm usually pretty good at reading people, but you're an enigma. Do you know what that means?
Jason: Yeah, I know.
Claudia: What, you read? Sorry, it's just you don't strike me as the sentimental type. Why would you save my life, let alone risk your own? What is it, exactly, that you think that I can do for you, Jason?
Robin: Come here. That's good.
Anna: Where are you going?
Robin: I'm just closing the door.
Anna: Oh, yeah, that's a good idea. I should have thought of that. You think I'm getting absent-minded? That's one of the first things to go.
Robin: Now, just stop, okay? I realize that you've had this enormous shock, and without any warning or preparation, you just found out that you're going to be a grandmo--
Anna: No! Can you not use that word just yet? Because I can't -- I canít.
Robin: Never again.
Anna: Thanks. You know, it's not that I'm not pleased. Of course, I am thrilled. You're my daughter. I love you, I love you. You're pregnant. I -- it's -- it's amazing, and I am so thrilled. Actually, I am so thrilled.
Anna: Yeah. I'm sorry about that at the door, that whole reaction. That was not appropriate. I'm sorry. It just -- you can just chalk it up to shock. It's a fabulous shock, though, Robin. I mean, it's a fabulous shock.
Robin: I know, I understand. My feelings aren't hurt.
Anna: You've always been very resilient.
Robin: Yes, yes, I am. And you know why? Because I get that from you. So that's why I know that everything's going to be fine, and you're going to be able to absorb this new reality and adjust to the idea of being a -- a -- a mother who's about to be a mother to someone else.
Spinelli: The Jackal is mortified. My sainted granny would hide her head in shame. Please, please accept my abject apology. The only reason I can offer that would provide any sort of logic --
Maxie: Where's the spot?
Maxie: The spot, the one you were trying to wipe off this dress.
Spinelli: But I -- I wasn't--
Maxie: How could I be so stupid? I really need to work on my impulse control. I mean, yes, this dress is knock-your-eyes-out fabulous, and it kind of looks like it was made for me, don't you think?
Maxie: This dress makes me look like I belong on the red carpet or in George Clooney's bedroom. I am young enough for him, you know? But, hello, get a grip, Maxie. This dress is a one-of-a-kind designer original, and if Kate Howard ever knew that this graced my body, well, not only would I be fired, but I would be dead. So, Spinelli, you have to promise that you're not going to tell anyone that this just happened.
Spinelli: I'd sooner cut my tongue out.
Maxie: Oh, okay. Well, could you get me out of it?
Spinelli: I'm sorry, out of it?
Maxie: Yeah, you know, unzip me and be really careful. I can't afford to cause any more damage. Anytime soon - I'm getting too old for Clooney.
Johnny: Now is not the time to show me how stubborn you are. I'm trying to save your life.
Lulu: Oh, God, I am so sick of hearing that.
Johnny: And that's exactly why you need to--
Lulu: How many times have I tried to end things with you for good reason? If I can't stay away from you for my own good, there's no way in hell I'm backing off because of your father.
Johnny: You don't get it. Crazy? My father is controllable. You throw him in a room, put a guard at the door, feed him and water him three times a day, and visit him every once in a while. But sane? Determined to get his empire back? My father is unstoppable. Power is his life's blood. It's what gets him breathing, and the first thing he's going to do when he gets out is, he's going to cut me off at the knees, and he's going to do that by coming after you.
Lulu: Okay, here's a thought, instead of giving in to your father, why don't you try to stop him?
Anthony: Ric, if you want to keep on being Sonny's lapdog, keep on wagging your tail every time he whistles instead of being your own man, don't let me stop you. On the other hand, if you like to finish what you start, I'm very capable of gratitude, too.
Sonny: You gonna listen to a man who ran you through with a sword and then left you hanging on a wall?
Ric: As opposed to my own flesh and blood, who belittled me and rejected me at every turn, right?
Sonny: Okay, we don't get along, Ric. But we're family. That's got to count for something.
Ric: Yeah, when it serves you.
Sonny: He's working you. Can you see that? That's what he does, that's what he's good at. You know what else he's good at? Madness and mayhem. You let him go, you're not going to be able to take it back.
Ric: What if I don't want to, Sonny, huh? What if after years of obsessing over a brother who could really give a damn, I decided to cut my losses? Anthony free gets me what I want. And the power I need to get it. Why would I walk away from that?
Sonny: All right, all right, all right, Ric. You're going to do what you want, so -- but when the bodies start piling up, and they're dumped at your front door, don't come to me and tell me how sorry you -- as a matter of fact, don't come to me for anything.
Claudia: So -- you're not going to answer my question?
Jason: What do you care why I saved your life as long as you're alive?
Claudia: I'm just making conversation, you know? I'm trying to figure out what this whole thing's going to cost me.
Jason: All right. This place seems relatively safe now.
Claudia: Any port in a storm, right?
Jason: That's right. At least if the shooter tries to get in, we're going to know.
Claudia: There could be more than one by now. I mean, barricading ourselves in here is giving this guy time to call for backup.
Claudia: Most likely.
Jason: You got a better plan?
Claudia: No, nothing.
Jason: No, nothing?
Jason: Then stay low to the ground and pay attention.
Claudia: You've got five bullets left. How do you honestly think you're going to defend us with --
Jason: I guess I can't miss, can I?
Spinelli: I implore you. Modesty?
Maxie: What did you just call me?
Spinelli: Oh, uh, Maximista, as in the summit, the zenith, the pinnacle of beauty and sexual allure.
Maxie: Leave it.
Spinelli: What? I'm -- I'm waiting for vital information.
Maxie: Yeah, but you were just in the middle of complimenting me, and you should finish.
Maxie: What is it?
Spinelli: The evil Ian is making arrangements to leave town. This is not good, not good at all.
Anna: How did it happen?
Anna: No, I know how it happened. Uh, does Patrick know? He's the father, right?
Robin: Well, biologically.
Anna: Okay, just start at the beginning, and then I'll tell you when to stop.
Robin: Okay, okay. Well, I think that, um, we have to go back to Stacey. She was a patient that I had when I was working the night shift. It's funny, because I look back now and I think she may have been the most influential person I will ever meet in my life.
Anna: Oh. Go on.
Robin: She was HIV-positive, and she was having a baby.
Robin: I really could not have asked for a better inspiration. She was brave and focused. All she could think about was bringing her child into the world. I mean, she couldn't wait to meet her.
Anna: It was a little girl.
Robin: Yeah. Unfortunately, uh, due to complications -- nothing that had to do with HIV, she passed away. She was, uh, at least alive long enough to hold her little girl.
Anna: Oh. That's so sad.
Anna: I'm so sorry. What happened to the baby?
Robin: Oh, the baby was fine. She's perfect. She was the most gorgeous child I've ever seen. I tried to adopt her, actually, but it didn't work out. Anyway, I think being around Stacey for the last few weeks of her pregnancy made me realize that I wanted to have a child of my own, and that I shouldn't deprive myself of that gift just because of my medical status.
Anna: No, right, good. I wish I'd met her, your Stacey, 'cause then I would have thanked her for that.
Robin: So anyway, there I was, knowing that I wanted to have a child, and Patrick did not. So we broke up, and his reaction was to have an affair with a student nurse right under my nose.
Robin: Yeah, nice. So I just decided to go ahead with my plan anyway and use a sperm donor. But then... but then Georgie was killed.
Anna: Oh, yeah. Mac told me that. It was awful. I'm so sorry.
Robin: It was. It was really awful. But the night of Georgieís funeral, I just remember feeling like, you know, nothing made sense to me any more, and, um, I went to Patrick and, well, we made our baby.
Anna: So what does he think now about being a dad?
Patrick: Hey, so, I'm ready to consult on that patient you mentioned.
Ian: Ah, you'll have to take it. I'm leaving.
Patrick: Going home for the day?
Ian: No, I'm leaving for good, as in, uh, Elvis has left the building. As in, I'm gone. Port Charles isn't working out for me after all.
Patrick: Whoa, whoa -- wait -- buddy. This is kind of sudden, isn't it?
Ian: Yeah, it's time to move on. But, um, you know, since we go way back, I consider you to be one of my few friends, let me leave you with something. I lost things that mattered, things I can never get back. It changed me, not for the better. Look, you've got a kid on the way. You know, all your rationalizing and "I wasn't ready" and "this wasn't planned" won't change that simple fact that a child, a part of you is here, waiting to be born. You need to figure out what that means to you. You need to figure out what kind of future you're going to give to that kid and its mother. And then put aside all your stupid fears and your -- your ridiculous rationalizations and embrace the miracle. Just go for it. Don't make the mistake of telling yourself it's of no consequence. Nothing matters more.
Johnny: What would you suggest? That I kill my own father?
Lulu: Of course not. That -- I was thinking more like have him sent back to prison and make sure he stays there this time.
Johnny: It's not that easy, Lulu.
Lulu: Well, guess what? Welcome to the real world where nothing is, but it doesn't mean you don't try.
Johnny: Are you even listening? Ric Lansing is smart and self-serving. He wouldn't even take this case if he didn't know he could win.
Lulu: Hire your own lawyer. Diane Miller is supposed to be just as good as Ric, if not better, and she has represented you in the past. Take this to a court, okay? Sit in front of a judge, tell him what you're telling me, that -- that -- that your father is incapable of rehabilitation, and he's an ongoing threat.
Johnny: My word against doctors and lawyers and evidence. Yeah.
Lulu: Okay. So let's say your father is set free and he wants his business back, you're going to give it to him.
Johnny: You can't be serious.
Lulu: Yeah, I am. I want you to choose me.
Claudia: What are the odds that you can hit this guy right between the eyes as he comes bursting through that door, possibly with backup?
Jason: No guarantees.
Claudia: I'm just wondering why he stopped firing. You think he's out there right now setting up to break in here?
Jason: If it were me, I'd... I'd let the adrenaline wear off, and I'd let the targets believe that they're safe and that I'm gone, and then I'd come in.
Claudia: So, basically, what you're saying is if we sleep, we die.
Kristina: Do we have to go?
Alexis: I'm afraid we do, honey. I'm sorry. Hello. She fell, hit her head on the bookshelf, and I iced it. The bump's gone, but I want Dr. OíDonnell to check, make sure she doesn't have a concussion.
Elizabeth: Yeah, I'll page him.
Alexis: Okay, thank you.
Kristina: Will Daddy Ric be here?
Alexis: Well, I hadn't thought of that. Do you want him here?
Elizabeth: I can call him if you want.
Alexis: Thank you. I think that would help. Single mothers do the best we can, right? Sometimes they just want a daddy. Okay.
Anthony: Once again, Trevor has proven himself remarkably short-sighted. He made you sound incompetent on a good day, but I'm very impressed with you.
Ric: The finer points of my character have always eluded my father.
Anthony: Your father doesn't like what he can't control.
Ric: Hmm. And you're different, how?
Anthony: There's nothing I can't control.
Ric: [Scoffs] So much for my being impressive.
Anthony: It's a useful skill to be able to see clearly where your advantage lies, but don't you get overconfident and repeat your father's mistakes. Underestimating me, thinking I can be manipulated, could trip you up in a major way.
Ric: I told you before, Anthony, a good lawyer does his research. I've done mine. You were a force to be reckoned with. I'm sure you still are.
Anthony: You'd do well to remember that.
Ric: I'm not looking beyond our mutually beneficial relationship. I get you out of here, you help me bring my father down; everyone except Trevor is happy.
[Cell phone rings]
Ric: Excuse me. Lansing.
Elizabeth: Hi, Ric, it's Elizabeth.
Ric: Elizabeth? This is a pleasant surprise.
Elizabeth: Kristina is here asking for you.
Ric: At the hospital? Is she all right?
Elizabeth: She bumped her head, and Alexis brought her in to get checked out, but she is asking for you.
Ric: Okay, I'll be right there.
Kate: So I see the guards still haven't been reinstated.
Sonny: I think I already told you that's the way it has to be.
Kate: Right, "A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do," kind of thing.
Sonny: My life's in freefall, and there could be danger right around the corner.
Kate: Right, so explain to me why giving the guards a holiday is a good idea.
Sonny: I'm not going to explain to you my business, Kate. I'm trying to warn you.
Kate: Trying to warn me? You're trying to warn me away. You can save your breath, Sonny. Not gonna work.
Sonny: The Zaccharas are growing like cancer. First, it was Trevor, Johnny, Claudia. Now Anthony. They're all going to try to figure out who's in charge, but one thing I do know, they are going to agree on one thing... getting rid of me.
Johnny: Here's what you don't get. I have a legacy, and it's time for me to claim that. I can't afford any weaknesses, Lulu. I can't afford you.
Lulu: Oh, now we're getting to the real. You're not protecting me from anything. I'm just too much of a hassle.
Johnny: You are better at twisting words than anybody--
Lulu: No, no, I don't have to. You just said that you would rather fall back into the life that you claim you've never wanted, that -- that -- that was forced upon you, than to make a new one with me. Where I'm from, that means you're either a liar or a coward.
Johnny: Oh, you're right. I'm a liar. This was all an act. I never gave a damn about you. In fact, it was just a way for me to get through a massive case of boredom. The only thing I regret is not skipping through all the caring-about-you crap and just jumping into bed with you as soon as I could.
Lulu: I never said that you didn't care; just not enough to make a difference. Your birthright means more to you than I ever will.
Johnny: Considering how we met and what you know about me, it's unbelievable to me that you think I will wake up one day magically transformed, and we will live out our version of happily ever after.
[Cell phone rings]
Lulu: Don't answer that.
Johnny: Yeah? How long has Claudia been out of touch?
Claudia: You have a gift for focus and non-verbal communication, by the way. You're good. Anybody ever tell you that? See, like that. That is good. How do you do that?
Jason: You should try it.
Claudia: You don't seem very surprised by all this. Do you come across a lot of fathers trying to kill their daughters, do you?
Jason: I still haven't heard why you think it's him.
Claudia: My dad wants to control Johnny, and he knows the only way he's going to do that is by getting rid of me.
Claudia: It's not like I ever remember my father expressing love for me. He never took me anywhere. He never brought me home something that he saw at a store and thought I might like. He thought I was smart. He liked that. I guess 'cause it was a good reflection on him, made him look good, but then, you know, Trevor made sure that my mom and dad got divorced.
Jason: What did Trevor have to do with it?
Claudia: My mom was smart, and she was strong. She was way too strong for that boy's club, so Trevor wasn't having it. Her worst mistake -- she was interested in the business, so Trevor planted Maria in front of my father. Maria -- that's John's mom. Maria was better suited, he thought, because all she gave a damn about was her stupid rose garden. My mother was banished. She was sent to live in Italy, broken, and, of course, Maria gave my father that much-wanted son, but you think I was jealous, right? I wasnít. From the minute that Maria put Johnny into my arms, he was -- I was gone. He was so perfect, so pure, you know? I swore the day that he was born that I would protect him no matter what. I'd die for him, but that's more information than you ever wanted, right?
Jason: All I want to know is if your father had anything to do with Michael getting shot.
Spinelli: I can't find Stone Cold.
Maxie: Okay, well, did you try leaving him a message?
Spinelli: That -- that's not good enough! Evil Ian is abdicating. He's chartered a boat to pick him up from the docks. I have -- I have to stop him.
Maxie: Okay, Spinelli, if -- if you're really convinced that this Ian guy is the one who shot Michael, there's a simple solution. We'll just have him arrested.
Spinelli: Well, I haven't gathered sufficient evidence.
Maxie: So gather, and I could provide a cop. I mean, there's some perks to hanging out with the police commissioner's daughter.
Spinelli: What plan is evolving in that beautiful blonde brain?
Maxie: Well, I can come up with an excuse for my dad to need to go to the pier, and then you show up there with all the evidence you can find on Ian, and we'll have him arrested.
Spinelli: Oh, okay, great, but we'd have to -- we'd have to deploy immediately.
Maxie: Do you have anything better to do today?
Spinelli: No, but what about your test for the fashionista?
Maxie: You're oddly right on time.
Lulu: What are you doing here?
Maxie: Leave Spinelli alone. I have to go somewhere for a little bit. A messenger is coming by with a mock-up layout for the "What's Hot" feature. Call Kate as soon as it gets here.
Lulu: Where are you going?
Spinelli: Apologies, esteemed blonde one, but Maximista and the Jackal are in the midst of a most urgent matter that requires the most expediency.
Robin: I didn't tell Patrick that he was the father at first because he thought I was still looking for a sperm donor, and that flew for a minute, but then he figured it out.
Anna: Well, he's a brain surgeon. What did he say?
Robin: He was really pissed which made me defensive, and then, of course, we fought about anything and everything.
Anna: Yeah, that's just hormonal though, you know?
Robin: Well, that's part of it, but --
Anna: It is.
Robin: Okay, okay. Anyway, I realized that it was wrong of me to keep this huge, monumental, life-changing secret from him, so I sucked up my pride, and I not only apologized to him, but I told him the truth, that I'm really, really happy to be carrying his child, but -- but I still intend to raise this child on my own, and Patrick has absolutely no obligation to me or to the child.
Anna: You don't have to jump to any conclusions though, you know, because sometimes people, they -- they don't know what they want until they are faced with the unalterable fact of it, you know, so --
[Knock on the door]
Anna: Let me get that.
Robin: No, I --
Anna: No, no, no, no, no, mommy. It's my baggage, I think. Oh, no, it's your baggage. Hi, daddy, congratulations.
Sonny: I love you, and I -- I want to be able to look you in the eye and tell you that I could always keep you safe, but I canít. Michael taught me that all over again. You know, I'm not in a position to guarantee anybody's safety anymore, and that's a bitter pill for me to -- to swallow, but I got to be realistic, and I think we both do, and -- okay, I'm not trying to chase you away because I'm too selfish for that, but I just want you to know what you're putting on the line to be with me. You could get hurt. You could -- you could die. You see how everything is going on around here.
Kate: I have already accepted the possibilities, Sonny. It doesn't mean I'm going to stand by blindly and mutely watch you do something I think is wrong. Considering the fact that Michael was shot, considering the fact that you have two other children, shouldn't you be pulling back from a mob war right now, instead of going deeper into one?
Sonny: Kate, Kate, Kate, Kate, come on.
Kate: What? Why don't you use Ric? Have him broker some sort of deal with Anthony now that he has his alliance with him, and what about that big truce, by the way? That big truce with the Zaccharas, whatever happened to that?
Sonny: It all went out the window when my son got shot.
Kate: But you don't know that they're responsible.
Sonny: Kate, Kate, is that what you -- what do you want me to do? Let it slide? That's your advice? Come on, Kate, please.
Kate: If it means that you and I and your children and their respective mothers can live some sort of normal life, then yes, Sonny, that is my advice. Why can't you just do it for now? Just do it until you are certain that the Zaccharas are involved. Why take any kind of action that's gonna endanger us all?
Sonny: I'm not taking action, Kate. I'm inviting it.
Guard: Mr. Corinthos?
Sonny: Okay, you know what? I told you, no guards, didn't I?
Guard: Yeah, I know. I'm sorry, but I got some information you need to hear.
Sonny: Kate, can we meet up later or something?
Kate: Oh, no, you can take all the time you want. Your priorities are very clear.
Anna: Let's celebrate. I think we should celebrate. Any ideas where we could go?
Patrick: You know, I was kind of tired actually. I was just looking forward to, you know, grabbing a beer.
Anna: Oh, beer. Oh, I'd love a beer. That would be great. What's that divey bar, you know?
Anna: So why don't we go there? You'll have to have an orange juice or something, but you and I, we can drink a lot, and -- is that a good idea? Can you go?
Robin: Sure, that's a great -- it's a great idea. If you want to freshen up, you can go in there.
Anna: Yes, I'll freshen up in there.
Robin: Okay, remember the nervous breakdown I told you she was going to have? She's having it, so just humor her please.
Patrick: She's no problem.
Patrick: Yeah, no problem. Coleman's, it is.
[Cell phone ringing]
Robin: Great, you know what? Can you actually go there and just get us a table and just have it ready, and we'll be right behind you?
Patrick: Yes --
Robin: Thank you.
Robin: Okay, see you soon.
Anna: I have to leave. I -- I just picked up a priority message, and I have to leave.
Robin: Okay, but you just got here, and --
Anna: No, I know. I'll come right back though. I just -- I -- I -- let me just take care of this, and as soon as it's all wrapped up, then I'll come back and, you know, maybe we could paint the nursery so you just tell Patrick that I'm going to buy the father of my daughter's, you know, baby a drink. A lot of them. All right.
Robin: Okay, well, wait -- just be safe, okay, because I need you right now.
Anna: I'll be safe. You be safe. I don't want to miss a minute of this. Just -- I'll see you in a minute, okay?
Robin: Okay, come back.
Anna: I will. You be careful.
Robin: [Chuckles] I will.
Ric: Hey, thanks for the heads up. Where's Kristina?
Elizabeth: She's with Dr. OíDonnell. She just bumped her head. She's fine. She'll be out any minute.
Ric: So did -- did Alexis ask you to call, or did you just take that upon yourself because you're such a very nice person?
Elizabeth: Like I told you, Kristina wanted you here, and Alexis said I could call you.
Ric: Listen, I want you to know before you hear it from somebody else, I'm representing Anthony Zacchara. I'm gonna get him released.
Elizabeth: I can't think of one good reason why you'd want to do that.
Ric: I'll spare you the gory details, but suffice it to say, I broke up with Marianna. I found out she was working for my father.
Ric: I can't leave well enough alone, you know. He doesn't want to see me happy. He's compelled to make sure that that never happens. Trevor's sabotaged me for the last time, Elizabeth. He's about to limp into oblivion. Before that happens, I'm gonna make him suffer.
Trevor: You wanted to talk to me?
Anthony: Whatever you did to piss off your son, it's coming around to bite you in the ass. Ric is gonna secure my release and use his position as my lawyer to trash your life.
Trevor: It's a sad truth. My kid's a vindictive snake without a sense of humor.
Anthony: Tell me about it. I'm Claudia's father, remember, but she's been dealt with.
Trevor: What does that mean?
Anthony: Not your concern. Right now I'm gonna offer you what's behind door number one. Get on board with the program. Help Ric win my case, and I'll keep you both on as co-counsel.
Trevor: And I participate in the wealth.
Anthony: You participate if I let you. You're not stupid, Trevor. I'm offering you more than you could ever get with Johnny and Claudia. Isn't this ironic, after all these years we're right back where we started?
Anthony: I'm the only chance you've got.
Kate: Where's Maxie?
Lulu: She -- she wasn't, um, feeling well, and I said I would handle whatever else came up.
Kate: Well, I'm not sure I'm comfortable with that, Lulu. You haven't exactly earned your stripes. Damn it.
Lulu: What's wrong?
Kate: I must have left my PDA at Sonny's, and the last thing I want to do is go back there. I can't handle another downward spiral. Can you make yourself useful?
Lulu: Yeah, I'm on top of it.
Johnny: Where's my sister?
Sonny: Uh, how in the hell should I know?
Johnny: You had a fight with her at my house. She went to go see our father. I haven't seen or heard from her since. I'm going to ask you one more time, where is she?
Sonny: I had sex with Claudia once. I wish I hadn't 'cause I don't like her. Whatever I do to her, she pretty much deserves it.
Jason: You said you had information on who shot Michael. That's why I agreed to meet you.
Claudia: Well, I mean, I do. I mean, I think it was my father.
Jason: What do you mean, you think?
Claudia: I -- I know how my father feels about John, and I know that, um, if Sonny -- if my father took one of Sonny's kids and locked him up in a padded cell --
Jason: You know what? I don't want to -- I don't want to hear justifications at this point. I want to hear facts. Did Anthony send the shooter?
Claudia: Well, I mean, I didn't actually, personally hear him give the order, but I know how my father feels about John, and I know that, you know, he would do anything --
Jason: So you were lying to me?
Claudia: No, I said that I had information.
Jason: You used a little boy who was shot in the head to jerk me around.
Claudia: Look, I get that you're angry, but it's not my fault.
Jason: Look, I could be there right now with Michael and his mother, but I'm here because of you getting shot at. Michael is in a hospital bed. He may never wake up. I am going to find whoever did this and make them sorry they ever heard Michaelís name.
Patrick: Uh, the usual.
Coleman: Usual, usual, usual. What's going on, brother? Whoa, whoa.
Coleman: Let me guess, another fight with Robin?
Patrick: No, no, that would just be more of the same. No, this is infinitely worse, Coleman. Robin's mother is back in town.
Coleman: That's a problem, dude.
Patrick: That's a huge problem, dude. You see, it would be one thing if she was just old and crabby or even meddlesome, right? You'd expect that and develop ways to deal with it. No, this woman -- this -- my girlfriend's mother, she is a gorgeous super spy with a fondness for leather pants. Now, Coleman, check it out, I'm in a particular kind of hell here. My baby momma's momma is pretty much the hottest thing I've seen walking.
Mac: Hey, what's so urgent?
Maxie: I'm, uh, having a career crisis.
Mac: So how can I help with that?
Mac: You have a career, right?
Maxie: Hi, Dr. Devlin.
Ian: Hello, Maxie.
Mac: Maxie? Maxie, what do you want from me?
Maxie: Look who's here. Spinelli.
Mac: Imagine that.
Maxie: Spinelli, is there anything that my dad and I can do for you?
Spinelli: Unfortunately, the Jackal's cyber skills failed at a most crucial moment.
Mac: Which one of you wants to tell me why you're wasting my time?
Maxie: Ian's boat is here.
Maxie: What's wrong?
Maxie: We need help. We need help.
Mac: Hey, you're a doctor. Come on, help him. Do something.
Maxie: Spinelli, it's okay.
Alexis: Thanks for coming actually. I think it made things a lot easier for her.
Ric: Yeah, I'm happy that you allowed it. Look, Alexis, we've gotten to a really good place, and I'm glad for that. I just don't want my representing Anthony Zacchara to affect it.
Alexis: Then don't do it. He's dangerous. He's not to be trusted. He will turn on you at any time, for any reason. It's not too late to fix this.
Ric: Fix it?
Alexis: How much do you really owe this psychopath in due diligence? Throw the case.
Claudia: If anyone ever hurt John, I would hunt them down like a rabid dog, okay, but I don't think that even if you found the person who's responsible for shooting Michael and you took care of them, that that would take away your pain, Jason.
Sonny: You come into my house with a gun? What's this about, you want to finish what you started at the warehouse?
Johnny: I wasn't in the warehouse when your son got shot. Neither was Claudia, but you grabbed her anyway, didn't you? You're using your son as an excuse to go after her. I'm not having it. Where is she?
Sonny: I don't know. Bitch could be dead by now.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Robin: The father of my child is hot for my mom.
Jax: He's already destroyed Michaelís life. I won't let that happen to Morgan.
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