General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 5/28/08
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Anthony: Your sister's been missing for over 24 hours. The fact that you don't seem to care tells me that you know exactly where she is.
Johnny: Claudia's fine.
Anthony: You better rethink that answer because that's not what I want to hear!
Jax: Where are you going?
Carly: Where have you been?
Sonny: You here to tell me you decided to take over the organization?
Jason: Yeah, I'll take over if you'll give up Michael and Morgan.
Sonny: My reason for getting out of the business is my children. Signing away my rights as their father defeats the purpose, doesn't it, Jason?
Jason: Best way to keep them safe.
Sonny: Best way to keep them safe is for you to take over so I can be a better father to Kristina and Morgan than I was to Michael.
Jason: Tell me how this plan of yours -- how do -- how do you plan to keep your kids safe?
Sonny: Because I believe you can do it, that once you're in charge, I'm not a threat. I'm not a target.
Jason: You have enemies.
Sonny: Yes, I do.
Jason: They're not going to let you go. You know what? If you want me to sign the papers, you sign these papers and let Carly take Morgan.
Sonny: Let Carly take -- when did this happen? When did you decide that being loyal to Carly means turning on me?
Carly: I was on my way to see Michael.
Jax: Oh, I was just there. I met some of the other staff. It was little early for Dr. Levitt to be there, but the other staff seemed nice. They're already getting to know him.
Carly: They're great for him. And I appreciate you finding the place.
Jax: I guess we can stand here all day and make small talk, but I'd rather have a conversation about what's really going on.
Carly: We should do that. Do we start with why you left or where you went?
Anthony: I'm worried for your sister's welfare.
Anthony: Well, God know what kind of fiend grabbed her and is about to commit horrible crimes against her person.
Johnny: Claudia called me yesterday. She told me she was fine, but she wouldn't tell me where she was.
Anthony: So you immediately traced the call.
Johnny: It was a blocked number.
Anthony: All right, I'm proud of you for trying, but it doesn't help me. This Claudia business is getting on my nerves.
Trevor: Is she still missing?
Anthony: She called John, but she refused to say where she was.
Johnny: Maybe she just wanted to get away for a couple of days to chill out.
Anthony: Come on, you know your sister better than that. I'm worried that she's involved herself in business, that she's made side deals with my enemies just to prove she could.
Johnny: Claudia’s loyal to this family.
Trevor: Oh, your sister is furious with your father for cutting her out of the family business. She's probably making another alliance as we speak.
Johnny: That's a load of garbage.
Anthony: My daughter would rat me out in a heartbeat.
Trevor: You should send her back to Italy. It's a matter of survival.
Johnny: Oh, Trevor, you know what? You've been itching to send her back to Italy from the moment her plane landed. If you trust me, trust Claudia. We're family, he's not.
Anthony: Where are you going?
Johnny: I'm not going to sit here and listen to that man feed your paranoia.
Trevor: Tony, I told you way back in the prison hospital Claudia is a problem.
Anthony: Not for long.
Maxie: Does it hurt? Blurred vision? Headache?
Spinelli: The Jackal's vision is superlative at the moment.
Maxie: Well, I'm afraid I'm not a very good nurse.
Spinelli: I beg to differ. Your -- your tender touch and sweet ministrations are beyond compare. But, um, dare I ask, how -- how did the Jackal come to be in your near vicinity this morning?
Maxie: Oh, no, did you have a blackout?
Spinelli: I -- I -- you tell me.
Maxie: Well, I invited you to stay over last night.
Spinelli: And how exactly did I repay your kindness?
Maxie: Well, it wasn't easy keeping you up, but after the sixth time --
Spinelli: Wait, six? As in six times?
Maxie: Yeah, after the last time, I was pretty exhausted and I fell asleep. Are you sure you're feeling all right?
Spinelli: Well, after six times, one can only assume everything is in fine working order.
Maxie: Yeah, that's what I thought. You seemed perfect to me. You're not upset that I fell asleep, are you? I mean, six times -- it seems like a lot.
Spinelli: Six times exceeds even the Jackal's expectations. My deepest gratitude and fulsome compliments to the lovely Maximista.
Maxie: It was my pleasure.
Maxie: Just one second, Dad.
Mac: Hey, are you okay? What the hell?
Maxie: Hi, Dad.
Spinelli: Greetings and salutations, honorable commissioner.
Mac: Get your scrawny butt dressed and get out of my house.
Maxie: Dad, stop it.
Mac: I told you what would happen if you made trouble for Maxie again.
Maxie: This is not what it looks like.
Spinelli: It isn't?
Maxie: There's no trouble here.
Spinelli: Um, I hold Maximista in the highest regard.
Mac: Is that why you sneaked in her bed?
Maxie: I invited him.
Spinelli: Um, the Jackal had an unfortunate altercation with Mr. Corinthos, Sir.
Maxie: Spinelli, stop explaining and just go.
Mac: Yeah, just go, Spinelli, and call your lawyer.
Mac: Yeah, call your lawyer because you're going to be arrested by the end of the day and I'm going to lose the key.
Maxie: Oh, stop it. Not only was that completely unfair, that was totally ridiculous.
Mac: I caught him in your bed.
Maxie: Yeah, my bed. I can sleep with whoever I want.
Sam: Coffee, black, and a blueberry muffin.
Lucky: How did you know I wouldn't have time to have breakfast this morning?
Sam: Because you never do and I felt like it was probably better than having a doughnut or something since you worked so late last night.
Lucky: Well, I'm sorry I didn't call you. I've just been working on this case.
Sam: Oh, no, no, no, please, I am so low maintenance about stuff like that. I just wish I had a job that I liked as much as you like yours.
Lucky: Yeah, I'm sorry for the trouble on the Haunted Star.
Sam: Oh, you mean me losing my job shilling for your father?
Lucky: Well, it takes people a while to figure out that my father is his own worst enemy. I'm just -- I'm trying very hard not to follow in his footsteps.
Sam: Oh, please, Lucky, you have common sense that your father doesn’t. It makes all the difference. Trust me.
Lucky: Yeah, but this time it really wasn't his fault. He really was framed.
Sam: Okay, I mean, whatever. Luke is a fugitive and I don't have a job, so I need to find a job.
Lucky: Any ideas?
Sam: Yeah, I mean, I was thinking about going out and meeting with the manager of the ferry and see if can't pilot one of the boats. That's --
Lucky: That would be great.
Sam: I know.
Lucky: I mean, doing something you love without having to leave town?
Lucky: Cameron, he would be your biggest fan because he's got this thing for ships.
Sam: All kids like ships.
Lucky: No, I'm talking seriously obsessed. I mean, we asked him what he wanted to do today, and he picked coming down to the pier and watching ships.
Sam: Are you serious?
Sam: Well, that sounds like fun. You know, if you want an old pro to show him the ropes, I can do it.
Lucky: You know what? That would be great. That sounds wonderful.
Sam: Just not now.
Lucky: Yeah, because Elizabeth, she's, you know --
Sam: No, please, I know.
Lucky: She's still not comfortable.
Sam: It's okay. I mean, it's not okay. I just -- I wish I could spend time with you and Cameron, but I -- I understand that this is still an issue for Elizabeth and I hope that sometime soon she can accept that I am in your life.
Sonny: You and Carly are close. I get that. You put up with her. You -- you know -- whatever she needs, you drop everything, but you have never taken her side against me before. Not like this.
Jason: Carly's the mother of your children. She's trying to protect them.
Sonny: Okay, I understand, but you're coming here doing her dirty work, asking me to do the impossible.
Jason: Okay, you know what? Let -- let's just stop for a second and not make it about you or me or even Carly right now.
Jason: It's about Morgan. You know as well as I do that getting out of this business does not mean that you're safe. Even if -- even if I could convince your enemies that you're gone, that you're no longer a threat, Sonny, it's not fair to risk Morgan’s safety and his life in the meantime while you're out trying to live a clean life to prove to them that you're clean.
Sonny: You think my son will be better off without me? You think he's not going to be confused that his father disappears after what just happened to his brother?
Jason: There is no perfect solution.
Sonny: Why? Why is it so hard to believe that I can love my son and still want to keep him close?
Carly: I know you were hurt when I agreed to ride with Sonny back from Manhattan after we dropped off Michael. And -- and I know that you were upset when -- when you woke up and I was gone, but I didn't go see Sonny, okay?
Jax: It doesn't matter if you went to see Sonny or Jason or -- or went to Jake’s for a beer. I mean, you -- you left me. I'm your husband and I'm starting to feel like an outsider in this marriage.
Carly: You have -- you just don't understand what it's like for me.
Jax: What I don't understand is why you won't let me in. Why won't you let me in?
Carly: I'm sorry that I'm not dealing with my comatose son in a way that's comfortable for you.
Jax: You know, I'm trying to help. I've let you unload on me. I've respected the fact that Jason's been a part of Michael's life since he was a baby, that Sonny's his father. The three of you have this -- this special bond that pulls you together.
Carly: Nothing is pulling me to Sonny -- nothing.
Jax: I'm starting to feel like the concerned neighbor. You know, the one that's trying to help by -- by baking a casserole or something. When you came back from Manhattan and we made love, I thought, great, you know? She needs me, even if it's just a little bit. And then I wake up and you're gone. No explanation. You just couldn't wait to get out of there fast enough.
Carly: That's not true. That is so not true.
Jax: No, of course, you were grieving. You probably needed somebody to confide in, somebody else, because it's never me. I just don't want to be your afterthought, Carly. I think we both deserve better than that.
Carly: Is that why you went to see Brenda?
Sam: Hey, what's going on?
Spinelli: Oh -- oh, um, the protégé of Stone Cold is attempting to ascertain if he is worthy of -- of the title, if -- if, indeed, he had carnal knowledge of the supreme object of his most ardent affection. Not just once, but, I mean, that in itself would be paradise, but six times. I mean, how could such -- six events of such magnitude not be stored in the Jackal's long-term memory? The actuality of -- of such an event being more than the Jackal can bear, indicating an unsettling deterioration of brain function.
Sam: Okay, wait a minute. I would -- I would love, love to help you, but I have no idea what you're talking about.
Spinelli: Well, the Jackal does not wish to kiss and tell, nor brag about his manly prowess.
Sam: Whoa, whoa, wait. Whoa, whoa -- did you kiss someone?
Spinelli: Yes, and possibly no. That -- therein lies the paradox. I don't --
Sam: Okay, well, look, I -- you can tell me anything. I can keep a secret. I'm a good friend, and clearly, it looks like you could use a friend right now.
Spinelli: You are a true friend and with such insight and awareness. I think I slept with Maxie.
[Knock at door]
Maxie: Come in.
Mac: Look, we have to talk.
Maxie: About what, the weather?
Maxie: Look, not that it's any of your business, but I'm not having sex with Spinelli. He's not my type.
Mac: Well, I'd like to think that none of these criminals are your type.
Maxie: Spinelli is not a criminal.
Mac: He works for Jason and Sonny.
Maxie: Dad, you're missing the point. I'm an adult. I -- I can drive. I can vote. I can have sex with anyone I want.
Mac: Maxie, you live in my house, okay? There are rules.
Maxie: I've been meaning to talk to you about that. Now that I have a decent job with a decent paycheck, I can afford a place of my own.
Mac: I don't want you to move out.
Maxie: Okay, but maybe it's time. I mean, the reason I've been living here is because of Georgie and how much we both missed her when she died. But if you're going to start policing my sex life, not that it's been anything to brag about lately, then maybe it is time for a change. Have a good day.
Carly: See, I was worried about you when you left, so I had Spinelli track you down because I wanted to find you and talk to you. Turns out you went to Rome. Brenda lives in Rome.
Jax: Yeah, when she's not traveling around the world for her charity.
Carly: Is that what you guys talked about, charity?
Jax: I didn't see her.
Carly: Not for lack of trying.
Jax: Look, my only thought was to get some distance between myself and the unbreakable bond that you have with Sonny and Jason, get some perspective. Yeah, and I thought that it might help to talk to Brenda, you know, to talk to -- to talk to a friend, but then I realized it was a mistake, okay? Especially the emotional state that I was in. What I realized was that I needed to talk with my wife, because I married her for better or worse. So you tell me. Which is it going to be?
Jason: I -- I know that you love Morgan. The problem is you want out. You want to have a normal life. You want no guards. You want to keep Morgan safe that way. That doesn't make any sense. That kind of thinking -- you need to sign these papers, Sonny.
Sonny: Because that's what you did with Jake? So now you stand here trying to convince me because it makes you feel right, so it's not on your --
Jason: This has nothing -- this has nothing -- you know what? When I came -- when I came to work for you, you warned me that there was a price, and you're right. There is a price. It's happening right now. Children are not safe around us. I did right by my son. You should --
Sonny: I know. And you know I know what it's like to be abandoned. I'm not going to walk out on my son because he's then going to feel like I --
Jason: Carly and Jax will take care of Morgan.
Sonny: I'm his father, not Jax!
Jason: They will take care of Morgan. Okay, just -- just listen to me.
Sonny: Okay, all right.
Jason: If getting out of this business gives you a safe life, Carly's going to see that. She might change her mind.
Jason: Maybe. She stood by you through everything. She came back to you every time you needed her. She's just trying to protect her kids right now.
Sonny: You have no idea what's really going on here, Jason. Carly has no power here, but you're giving her the power.
Jason: No, you know what?
Sonny: Why do you keep --
Jason: Let's just stop. Let's just stop right now, okay? Because --
Jason: No, no, we can go back and forth all day long, in and out of the business, guards, no guards. I'm just going to tell it to you straight right now, okay? Carly is ready to run with Morgan. She thinks that going into hiding is the only way to save Morgan’s life. So if you want to see your kid again, sign the papers!
Sonny: Carly's running away with my -- my -- with Morgan.
Sonny: Diane, listen, can you bring over the papers and a notary? Yeah, Jason and I have -- have reached an agreement.
Robin: Is something wrong?
Mac: No, unless -- are you all right?
Robin: Yeah -- no.
Robin: No, I'm great. And I felt the baby kick for the first time last night. Patrick was there. It was really cool.
Mac: Really? Sorry I missed it.
Robin: Okay, say that again with enthusiasm.
Mac: No, really, I'm thrilled for you. Watching you go through this pregnancy has been great for me.
Robin: What's going on?
Mac: Oh, man, you know, I thought I was supposed to learn from my mistakes with you. Instead, I'm handling Maxie all wrong.
Robin: I'm sure you're exaggerating. Maxie loves you just as much as I do.
Mac: She threatened to move out if I police her love life.
Robin: Oh, well, good for her. I mean, you should respect her privacy. Maxie is an adult.
Mac: Only on paper. Robin -- Robin, Maxie has terrible judgment. You know, I thought she'd settle down after Georgie, but instead, she's going off the rails.
Robin: Okay, what did she do?
Mac: I walked into her bedroom and found her in the arms of a mobster.
Robin: Oh, I'm almost afraid to ask, which one?
Mac: It's not funny.
Robin: I'm sorry; I just don't think you have to worry about Spinelli.
Mac: The guy has nearly gotten Maxie killed on at least three occasions that I can think of.
Robin: Okay, did she have an explanation?
Mac: Well, I didn't stick around long enough to listen. I need you to do me a favor. I need you to talk to Maxie.
Maxie: Yes, as soon as I hear from her, I will let you know. Okay, thank you. You, too, bye.
Maxie: Hello? Clarice, yes, I have those things around -- ah, here they are. I will e-mail them to you as soon as I can. Okay.
Sam: You're busy.
Maxie: Actually, this is nothing. When Kate’s out of the office, I actually have a chance to breathe and give tours. I can't wait to show you around.
Sam: Oh, I can't wait to see it. Um, something I -- I've got to ask you first. It's sort of personal.
Maxie: Well, go for it. I'm all work these days.
Sam: Okay, that's cool. Um, so, Spinelli -- he's sort of confused about last night, about what happened between you.
Maxie: Oh, yeah, poor Spinelli. First Sonny flips out on him, then my dad kicks him out of my bedroom.
Sam: Okay, all right, so Spinelli was in your room.
Maxie: Yeah, he slept over. Sonny hit him so hard that I thought maybe he had a concussion, so I told him to sleep over so I could check on him a couple of times. And then it got so late, I fell asleep.
Sam: Next to Spinelli.
Maxie: Yeah, I only have one bed.
Sam: So did you have sex with him?
Maxie: Sex with Spinelli? No way, I would never do that. I like him too much. Kate Howard’s office. How can I help you?
Carly: You know, I keep trying to imagine what my life is going to look like in a month or even a week. See, before when I thought about the future, Michael was always a part of it -- do I need to buy him a new pair of shoes? Did I sign him up for camp? Do we need to go pick up his soccer uniform? He ordered a comic book off the internet and it arrived today. Michael's everywhere. I don't know how to go on living without him. I actually thought I'd take Morgan and leave. I mean, it seemed like a perfect solution. Morgan would be safe and I wouldn't have to look at Michael's empty bedroom and I wouldn't have to see where he sat at the breakfast table or see his coat hanging in the front closet, you know.
Jax: You didn't go.
Carly: We were walking out the door. I would give up everyone I loved -- including you -- wait tables and live under an assumed name rather than risk Morgan ending up like Michael.
Jax: But you stayed.
Carly: For now. What happened to Michael makes me question every decision I've made at this point.
Jax: Well, I guess we both have a lot to think about then.
Ric: Your business has a lot of loose ends that need to be tied up, especially since you were in the hospital.
Anthony: I can make my own business decisions. You are supposed to be managing Claudia -- so far I'm not impressed.
Ric: Anthony, I'm an attorney, not a babysitter --
Anthony: Attorney? What are you saying, you're too important to take care of my little girl? Because as far as I can see, Ric, you work for me. And that means you do what I say.
Ric: Okay, look, if I push Claudia too hard, she's going to get suspicious.
Anthony: Claudia was born suspicious. It was only later in life that she became ambitious and envious and a raging bitch as well. You led me to believe you could handle her.
Ric: I can and I will.
Anthony: You have to convince Claudia that you and she are a team. I don't care how -- use the roses, use the sunset, and then get her to form an alliance against her brother.
Ric: I see, so if Claudia betrays John, then John will be loyal only to you.
Anthony: It's a win-win.
Diane: This document is the transfer of ownership for Corinthos-Morgan coffee imports. Jason agrees to sell his full interest to Sonny.
Diane: In return for which Sonny agrees to sell to Jason his interest in the six offshore casinos, the two sugar plantations, the local transport and transfer service, the waste disposal company, and 15 properties in the greater Port Charles area, located primarily on the piers. In consideration of all this, Bernie is going to transfer the appropriate funds into your various accounts.
Sonny: Great -- I don't want there to be any trail from me to dirty laundry.
Diane: All the transactions are clean, Sonny. We have seen to it. And you both are doing very well for yourselves and of course, you both retain sole ownership of your private property including your home, your private island in the Caribbean, and your interest in the island casino. And that, gentleman, as they say, is that.
Jason: No, it's not.
Diane: If you sign this, you are renouncing all parental rights to Michael and Morgan both.
Sonny: Diane, it's -- it's part of the agreement.
Diane: Once you sign it, it may be very difficult for you to get them back.
Sonny: Like I said, I know that. It's part of the agreement.
Sonny: Jason, if it's all right, I'm going to go ahead and take that to Carly.
Maxie: Hey, wow, lucky me! When you're not working, you're usually at home sleeping.
Robin: Yes, well, I am not the one that promised my decorating expertise and then bailed.
Maxie: Are you mad at me?
Robin: Oh, I'll get over it. I'm not sure Mac will, though. I just saw him. He's traumatized.
Maxie: I can't believe he pulled you into this. That is so unfair.
Robin: No, we're family. I hate it when stuff is going on in the family and I don't know out it.
Maxie: Yeah, but your pregnant, you need to stay unstressed.
Robin: Okay, but here's the thing. See, from personal experience, I know how Mac’s well-intentioned interference can turn your love life to hell.
Maxie: Okay, well, "A," I don't have a love life, and B, I don't have a love life.
Robin: Hmm, are you sure? You can tell me. I'm a pretty good listener when I'm not running to pee every three minutes.
Maxie: Okay, well, why don't I get your pregnant rear end a chair so you can sit down.
Robin: Okay. Thank you.
Maxie: Well, yesterday Sonny got upset with Spinelli and threw him into that post over there. And I thought maybe he would have a concussion. I remembered if someone had a concussion, you're supposed to keep them awake, right?
Maxie: So that's what I did. I took Spinelli home and I put him in bed.
Robin: Your bed?
Maxie: Well, yeah, what was I going to do, stay at Jason's? Mac would have kittens.
Robin: Yes, he would have to be committed.
Maxie: So I made the safe choice and decided to have Spinelli sleep over in my room. But a lot of good that did, because Mac found him in my room this morning and went ballistic.
Robin: Oh, okay, so you and Spinelli, you don't have a thing?
Maxie: Oh, no, I would never sleep with Spinelli. That would be like sleeping with my brother.
Robin: Really? I think he's kind of cute in an offbeat sort of way.
Maxie: Yeah, I mean, Spinelli's amazing. He's smart and loyal. But there will be no sex or anything remotely romantic between me and Spinelli, because he's, like, probably my best friend and I don't want to ruin that.
Spinelli's voice: "Due to the most unfortunate blow to the Jackal's head, his short-term memory seems to be impaired. Which makes it difficult to directly recall our six journeys to carnal bliss. Nevertheless, I am most grateful and profoundly moved to have known the beautiful Maximista in the biblical sense."
[Knock at door]
Spinelli: Come on in.
Sam: Hi, well, you know, the doorman said that he thought Jason was out --
Spinelli: That's true, uh, Stone Cold is not in residence, but even if he were, fair Samantha would still be welcome.
Sam: Oh, no, I kind of doubt that. Jason and I have managed to work our way back to cordial, but that's pretty much about it.
Spinelli: Nevertheless, you are always welcome within my sanctum, inner or otherwise.
Sam: Okay, thank you. That's actually why I'm here, I --
Sam: I thought maybe you needed to hear the truth in person, of course, from a friend.
Spinelli: Did the -- did the heavenly Maximista give the Jackal an unfavorable review?
Sam: She can’t. You see, Spinelli, you and Maxie -- you didn't actually have sex.
Elizabeth: Cameron, do you see that one? Do you see it? Do you see it way out there?
Elizabeth: Look, look, look, that boat is coming into port, isn't it? Wow, that's a big one. Hey, look who's here.
Elizabeth: Yay, I told you he'd be here!
Lucky: Yeah, I wouldn't miss it. Hey, did you catch the big old freighter over there, Cam?
Elizabeth: That's a big one, huh?
Lucky: It is big, isn't it?
Sonny: I just -- I want you to know that I just signed away the casinos, the transport companies, all of it. They're Jason's now. I kept the coffee business because it's legitimate.
Carly: You spent your whole life building up those businesses and making them successful.
Sonny: Yeah. My kids are more important. So that's why I did what you asked, and I signed away my sons.
Robin: The last time I looked, I thought Spinelli was into Lulu.
Maxie: Oh, Lulu only cares about Spinelli when she blows it with whatever guy she's chasing at the moment. He's like a consolation prize to her. She just strings him along.
Robin: And you're not.
Maxie: Mm, no, Spinelli and I are friends, which is a great achievement because when Georgie first told me she had a raging crush on him, I hated him. I used to tease her and make fun of her all the time.
Robin: Well, that's what sisters do.
Maxie: I know, but now I can actually see why she was so infatuated with him. Spinelli's practically a genius. I mean, he's so sweet and brave in his own sort of way. At least he tries. He would have been perfect for Georgie. It just kills me that they're never going to have an opportunity to be together.
Robin: Hmm, is there any chance that you won't get involved with Spinelli out of loyalty to your sister?
Maxie: No, I mean, think if Georgie is really looking down on me right now, she would be telling me to go for it. She would want me to be with someone as loyal as Spinelli, someone who would look after me. But as brilliant and amazing as Spinelli is, he just doesn't do it for me. You know what I mean. You have a guy that makes you weak in the knees.
Robin: Yes, he also drives me insane.
Maxie: Well, I'm just not really attracted to Spinelli. I think he is an amazing friend, and that is kind of more important.
Spinelli: It's official -- the Jackal is a loser.
Sam: Hey, no you are not a loser.
Spinelli: And a wimp. How else to explain spending the whole night in 500-threadcount bliss with the woman of my dreams and not even so much as securing a kiss, let alone my biological imperative.
Sam: Okay, listen, what would be worse do you think? Not performing or performing and not remembering it? Spinelli.
Spinelli: I'm thinking.
Sam: Okay, listen, I'm not sure you really want to hear this, but I don't know if Maxie thinks of you in those terms -- sexually.
Spinelli: Maximista knows that I am so lacking in the testosterone area that given the opportunity to lie next to my beloved, I choose sleep over passion. God, tell me I didn't drool.
Sam: Listen, listen, from what I hear, you took a pretty nasty hit on your head.
Spinelli: More proof of my inadequacy. After hours of Stone Cold training, I still am incapable of defending myself.
Sam: Against Sonny? Come on, that's called survival.
Spinelli: Hours in cyberspace, traveling the World Wide Web, detailed interviews with babe magnets like Stone Cold and Dr. Patrick Drake, and I am more confused and lost than ever. I am totally unqualified mentally, physically, and socially to win Maximista's heart.
Sam: Okay, listen.
Sam: Here's your problem. When you want to find out what turns a woman on, you don't go to a man, you go to another woman. Spinelli, I think I just became the answer to your problems.
Johnny: Since Trevor worked so diligently ripping those piers out of Ric's clutches, I say we put them to use.
Trevor: I told you, you can use the piers anytime you like. Access is the problem. Corinthos is not going to allow any kind of product to be pushed through Port Charles.
Ric: Well, John was pretty effective at negotiating a truce with Corinthos before, maybe it's time we revisit that notion.
Trevor: Anthony, you've got to forgive Richie’s love-hate obsession with his brother. It taints any kind of truth that he could broker. That kind of pact would easily turn into a double-cross.
Anthony: John, what's your perspective? How would you handle the Corinthos organization?
Johnny: Ask him.
Anthony: To what do we owe this honor?
Jason: I'm taking over for Sonny. From now on, you deal with me.
Sonny: Is Morgan here?
Carly: Uh, no, he's at the park with Mercedes. I can call her and have her bring him here so you can say --
Sonny: No, no, no. You know what? It's probably better because it's too soon after what happened to Michael and -- a little boy who doesn't understand, you know. When are you going to see Michael?
Carly: In a few days.
Sonny: Can you tell him his dad loves him?
Carly: I will.
Sonny: As far as Morgan -- can you just not tell him, like, that his dad is gone? Can you just -- maybe just tell him that -- that I went away on business. And then in the next couple of days or something, if you want to tell him, explain to him whatever you need to explain --
Carly: He knows how much you love him.
Sonny: I hate having to walk away from my sons.
Carly: Okay, but you're saving his life.
Sonny: I don't want him to lie awake at night wondering what he did wrong to make me go.
Carly: Well, I'm going to make sure Morgan knows that you love him more than your own life because this proves it.
Sonny: I'm sorry it had to come to this.
Carly: So am I.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Sam: Take off your shirt.
Maxie: It shouldn't be too hard to get him to break up with you.
Carly: He's out of their life for good.
Jax: Where does that leave us?
Anthony: When do we hit Morgan?
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