General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 6/4/08
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Monica: Well, hi.
Jason: I know. I should have called.
Monica: No, that's okay. I'm always glad to see you.
Jason: I just -- I wasn't sure -- after what happened to Michael, I wouldn't blame you if you didn't want me to come by anymore.
Monica: No. Listen, I have -- I have lost too many people that I love. I have no intention of losing you.
Jason: I'm sorry.
Monica: Yeah. I am, too. Michael's shooting was a real tragedy, but, Jason, something positive could come out of this if you would be willing to change your life.
Kate: Distribution and placement are key. Now, I would be willing to compromise on certain aspects,
Spinelli: Equally enjoyable is the Dutch tulip, which actually wasn't introduced to the Netherlands until the 17th century, having originated in the Ottoman Empire.
Nikki: What does it mean?
Spinelli: It symbolizes the perfect love.
Nikki: Who would have ever guessed I'd meet such a smart, sensitive guy at some dive bar on the edge of town?
Patrick: If Spinelli keeps this up, he's going to have her number and a date without even buying a drink.
Coleman: No way. Kid's going to crash and burn, watch.
Patrick: Hundred bucks says he gets the girl.
Nikki: Those are all so beautiful. Can I have this tulip? I really like the idea of a perfect love.
Lulu: Okay, I get that you're still grieving for Emily, but hooking up with that is only going to make things worse.
Nikolas: You're out of line here.
Lulu: I walk in here and find my brother, who is still recovering from a brain surgery, kissing a virtual stranger, who I happen to know is a total slut. So, I think I have a right to be concerned.
Claudia: You know what, Lulu? Maybe you should try knocking next time instead of barging in on a situation you actually know nothing about.
Lulu: Tell me that you're just going through grief and you're extremely lonely and you went out and picked up the first warm thing that you could find.
Nikolas: Hey, hey, I realize that you're concerned, but that's no excuse to disrespect a guest that's in my home.
Lulu: A guest? Do you know who this guest is? Claudia Zacchara, as in Anthony Zacchara's daughter.
Claudia: I prefer John's sister.
Lulu: What are you doing here?
Nikolas: She doesn't owe you an explanation.
Lulu: Are you two dating?
Monica: I've had a lot of time to think while I've been here. I mean, think about the choices that I have made, people I've hurt, what led to the drinking. I figured out it really wasn't -- it wasn't Emily and Alanís death that triggered it. I -- I had a problem a long time ago. It really started with you, Jason. When you left us and decided to go work for Sonny, I felt -- I felt like I failed you.
Jason: Monica --
Monica: You -- no, wait a minute. You had no idea how it was going to affect the family, nor did you have any idea how it was going to affect you. But Sonny did. Sonny knew and he preyed on your innocence, and he turned you into somebody that we barely even recognized.
Jason: Sonny warned me. I -- I don't have any excuses. I'm the one who made the decision all the way down the line.
Monica: Okay. Okay, now you've had enough life experiences to know that working for Sonny has brought you nothing but heartache and pain. And you can't go back and redo the past, but you sure as hell can make better choices for the future. Jason, get out of the mob now, before it destroys you like it has Michael.
Nikki: How do you know so much about flowers?
Spinelli: The Jackal is well-versed in all things of an herbal nature. But with an internet connection and a reliable search engine, you, too, could pick up the finer points.
Nikki: I'm not great with computers.
Spinelli: Well, perhaps a tutorial is in order.
Coleman: Here comes the geek speak.
Patrick: Give him a second. He can still pull this off.
Coleman: He was dead in the water when he took that computer over there.
Spinelli: Jackal would be happy to provide you with a list of recommended websites to help you further your quest for horticultural knowledge. Might you have an email address where I could forward the corresponding links?
Woman: What are you looking at?
Nikki: We were doing some research on the meaning of flowers. This one stands for the perfect love.
Woman: That is so sweet.
Nikki: This is my girlfriend, Mandy.
Spinelli: Damian Spinelli, hi.
Mandy: Nice to meet you. Are you almost ready? We're going to be late.
Nikki: One second. I don't have email, but maybe I'll see you around sometime, and you can help me set up an account?
Spinelli: The Jackal is always available for tech support.
Nikki: Great. Thanks again for the flowers.
Spinelli: Of course.
Maxie: How can I help?
Nikolas: Claudia and I have recently become -- what? Friends? Yes, friends.
Lulu: Oh, is that what you call it?
Claudia: I should go. I'm going to let the two of you --
Nikolas: I'll -- I'll walk you out. Don't --
Nikolas: You sure you're going to be okay?
Claudia: I'm fine. I mean -- yeah. I can take care of myself.
Nikolas: You know what I'm talking about. The guy who stabbed you -- you're going to be okay?
Claudia: Well, I don't know. I don't think he'll try it again, but if he does, I can take care of myself.
Lulu: Look, I get that you're lonely. But Claudia? Come on. She uses her body to get what she wants, or -- I mean, she couldn't be more different than Emily. Or is that the point? If you are with Claudia, you don't have to compare her to Emily?
Nikolas: There is no comparison, Lulu. Emily is and always will be the love of my life.
Lulu: So what was Claudia? A cheap thrill?
Nikolas: We're friends. That's all you need to know.
Lulu: Okay, okay. But if this friendship continues, it could be seriously destructive.
Sonny: The strike, you know, would benefit the drivers. I mean, they're out on the road, trying to meet impossible deadlines, you know? Not much sleep, not much pay. Once a delivery comes to a halt, management would be reminded of how dependent they are on the rank and file, and how important it is to keep them happy.
Todd: While the drivers may benefit, Kate certainly wouldnít. I mean, her magazine would go under with every other publication.
Sonny: Not necessarily, because I got a couple of transport firms who owe me a favor and would be willing to deliver the magazine even during the strike. All the other publications would be sitting in warehouses, so "Crimson" would be the best game in town. What a great way to launch a new magazine, right?
Kate: Sonny makes an interesting point.
Todd: We don't want any trouble with the unions. You'll get prime placement and early release.
Sonny: At what price?
Todd: Excuse me?
Sonny: You've been wasting her time. This could have been done hours ago, this deal. Okay? So what I want you to do now is apologize to her, right, by giving her a discount.
Todd: There's only so many compromises I can make.
Sonny: How are you going to feel walking through a picket line every day to get to work?
Todd: Fine. 20 percent. I can't go any lower.
Sonny: It was a pleasure doing business with you.
Monica: I don't expect you to come back to the Quartermaines fold. That's an old, old dream. But you could start a new life without any obligation to Sonny. And if it meant leaving Port Charles, okay, so be it. I would miss you terribly, but at least I would know that you are doing the right thing.
Jason: You know, I wish I could do what -- what you're asking.
Monica: You can. Jason, you can do it. You're smart, you're capable. Walk away from Sonny and don't look back.
Jason: Sonny left the business. I agreed to take over.
Monica: What? Why would you do that?
Jason: It doesn't -- it doesn't matter.
Monica: Oh, no, it matters. It matters a lot to me. I'm your mother, Jason. I want to know why you would choose to stay in a business that put Michael in a coma. And you learned from that. I saw you right here. I saw you grieve for that little boy. How in the hell can you turn that grief into making the worst possible, most destructive choice?
Carly: If Jason needs information on the Zaccharas, he can send one of his men to get it. He doesn't need me for that.
Jax: Like that's stopped you before.
Carly: I've learned my lesson with this.
Jax: I'd love to believe that.
Carly: But you donít.
Jax: No, really, I donít. Because I know you, Carly. You'll start rationalizing all the reasons why you have to get involved, why Jason needs your help. And then before you know it, you'll be up to your neck in mob politics. And then we will be right back to where we started.
Carly: The worst mistake I ever made in my life was bringing Michael into Sonny's world. I'm not going to do the same with Morgan. He needs to grow up safe and happy, and we can give him that.
Jax: Which brings us back to Jason. Where does he fit into all this?
Carly: He's my closest friend. I will not cut him out of my life.
Jax: Right. The life that you claim to want to share with me, right?
Carly: Okay, why does it have to be a choice, Jax? Why? You have friends I don't like. You have Alexis, and now Kate. I'm willing to suck it up and compromise for the sake of our marriage, how come you can't do that with Jason?
Jax: I'm willing to compromise on anything except when it comes to my family's safety.
Kate: Give my best to Griffin.
Todd: Of course. Mr. Corinthos.
Kate: What was that?
Kate: My business. I did not ask nor did I require your assistance.
Sonny: I got what you wanted. Why are you acting like that?
Kate: Oh, I don't know. Let's see. Let's just break it down, shall we?
Sonny: All right.
Kate: You stepped in instead of respecting my ability to negotiate with Todd myself. You threatened an illegal strike. I don't need Diane to tell me that that constitutes extortion.
Sonny: Did it work?
[Kate clears throat]
Sonny: Did it work?
Kate: Would you have followed through if Todd had held out?
Sonny: The president of the union owes me a favor.
Kate: No, no, he owes Jason a favor. You're out of the business, remember? Or did you think that you lived in some magical land where you could have all of the power and influence and none of the risk and danger?
Sonny: You know what, Kate? You know, a simple thank you would be nice.
Jax: Thank you for what?
Kate: Well, Jax, you'll be happy to know that Sonny arranged a better distribution deal than we could have ever dreamed.
Maxie: What's wrong?
Spinelli: The Jackal is just venting some passing cyber frustration over a program not working as he hoped it would.
Maxie: Oh, that wouldn't be the program you wrote to spam Robin's new blog site, would it? Don't try and deny it, Spinelli. I already read the emails. And I want to know how much money Patrick paid you.
Spinelli: Nothing of a monetary value exchanged hands.
Maxie: Oh, so you're just saying really mean stuff about my cousin for free.
Spinelli: No -- wait -- the Jackal meant no disrespect.
Maxie: I can't believe you got Spinelli to do your dirty work.
Patrick: Okay, Maxie. Time out. Now, Robin started this by announcing to the world that I was an immature, insensitive jerk.
Maxie: Oh, and spamming her website proves her wrong? Okay, I got that Robin might be going a little overboard with this whole pregnancy thing. You think she thinks she's the only person who's ever given birth to a child before.
Patrick: Okay. Now, finally, a voice of reason. Did you tell Robin you think she's over the top?
Maxie: So she can flip out and start doing research on pregnant women who take things too far? No. We have to play along and do our best not to antagonize her.
Patrick: Easy for you to say. You're not the one getting trashed on her blog every day.
Maxie: I'm also not the one who got her pregnant. You did. Deal with it.
Lulu: I've been a terrible sister. You have had so much to deal with. I should have been here to help you.
Nikolas: Lulu, you have your own life, okay? I don't expect you to -- or would I even want you to put your life on hold for me.
Lulu: I just -- I hate that you're isolated here. You're all alone and completely cut off from everything going on around you.
Nikolas: Everybody acts like Spoon Island is an ocean away. It's just a short boat ride to the harbor.
Lulu: Not that you take advantage of it. You're here all the time, which is probably why you don't realize that Claudia is a nut job. I mean, we're talking certifiable, like her father.
Nikolas: You know, I'm surprised that you're not a bit more charitable towards her, given that she is Johnny's sister.
Lulu: Johnny cannot pick who he's related to any more than you can. Trust me. I know the Zaccharas. Claudia is not someone you want to be involved with.
Nikolas: That's not your decision to make, though.
Lulu: You know what? I -- what I don't even get is how this happened. How did you guys meet in the first place?
Johnny: Hey. You okay?
Claudia: Hi. I've been fine. I'm fine.
Johnny: What the hell happened?
Claudia: You first.
Claudia: Well, was it Sonny?
Johnny: I have a lot to catch you up on. Sonny's not running things anymore. Jason Morgan took over the Corinthos organization a couple days ago.
Claudia: Really? Finally had enough, huh? Stepped up? They find Sonny's body yet?
Johnny: No, as far as I know, he's alive and well. A few days ago, Morgan shows up to the house and announces that he's taking over the Corinthos organization, right? The next day, our father decides to send him a message and sank one of the Corinthos shipments. Within two hours, Morganís back at our house, sets the place on fire.
Claudia: My clothes? Too bad Daddy didn't burn with it.
Johnny: Jason stood next to our father and watched the place go down.
Claudia: That doesn't make any sense, John. Why would Jason let our father live?
Monica: You don't owe Sonny a damn thing.
Jason: I'm not doing this for Sonny.
Monica: Well, then explain to me why Sonny can just all of a sudden leave the mob and you canít.
Jason: I don't believe what Sonny's doing is going to work. He's got the right to give it a try.
Monica: And so do you.
Jason: I'm not going to lie to myself. Okay? Know how dangerous this business really is, especially for children. Morgan is never going to be in that position that Michael was.
Monica: Morgan is never going to be safe with Sonny as his father.
Jason: Sonny signed over his parental rights to Carly.
Monica: He did that willingly?
Jason: Let's just say he knows the boys will be better off.
Monica: Oh, my God. You -- you have agreed to take over that business on the condition that Sonny stay out of Morganís life. You're doing this to save a little boy's life, aren't you?
Jason: I just wanted to tell you personally -- that I'm running things now. I would understand if you didn't want me to stop by anymore.
Monica: Oh, Jason. Jason. My God. No matter how wrong you are, you are my son, and I love you.
Johnny: Dad made a move, Jason retaliated. Now we know where both of the parties stand, we can go on with business as usual.
Claudia: John, come on, Daddy's not going to let it go like that. He's not. Jason made Daddy look weak in front of the other families. You know, standing and watching your house burn down with the guy who set it on fire? Daddy's not going to stop until Jason's dead.
Johnny: Okay, but a war doesn't do anybody any good. Our father knows that, hopefully Jason does, too.
Claudia: You know, I didn't peg you for an optimist.
Johnny: I'm a realist, peace is cheaper than war. Unless Jason Morgan had something to do with your disappearance?
Claudia: No, it was nothing like that.
Johnny: Then what was it?
Claudia: I met someone and I got carried away.
Nikolas: Claudia and I met by accident. She was in need of some help, so I provided it.
Lulu: Oh, so that's what the kiss was about, Claudia showing you her gratitude? I -- you know what, I'm sorry, I just think this whole thing is an act, and I just think you should be careful.
Nikolas: Well, I think you should take your own advice and stay away from the Zaccharas.
Lulu: Really? Because Johnny doesn't have half as many issues as Claudia. When Claudia was a teenager, her father shipped her off to Italy to go live with family because her dad thought she was a bad influence. Yeah, he might have been crazy at the time, but he was right about one thing, she is trouble. You may not be able to see it because you're grieving. I understand that, when mom relapsed I felt like I was drowning in sadness. It's got to be even worse for you with Emily after everything you did to find your way back to each other. Right now, you probably want a distraction, something to make you forget. Claudia is not the answer. You can't hide from your grief forever, Nikolas. Sooner or later you're going to have to face it.
Robin: Did you page me?
Patrick: No, I did.
Robin: Is it about a patient? Because if not, I have a lot of work to do.
Patrick: It's about your blog.
Robin: Oh, about how you sabotaged it?
Patrick: Technically, Spinelli did.
Robin: I knew it. There was no way that I could get over a thousand posts within a half an hour, all negative.
Patrick: Of course you can't, because everybody loves your blog.
Robin: And that just drives you crazy, doesn't it? The fact that I am getting more positive feedback on mine than on yours. Sounds to me like someone has a case of blog envy.
Patrick: Robin, I don't have blog envy.
Robin: Right -- normal, rational adults don't hire computer hackers to spam a web forum about pregnant mothers.
Patrick: I wanted you to know what it felt like to have faceless strangers making up stories about you and judging your life.
Robin: Well, you know there's another way of dealing with it rather than involving Spinelli. You could have just ignored it.
Patrick: Well, trust me, it won't happen again.
Robin: Uh-huh, until you do a rant about it on your own blog.
Patrick: Don't worry; I am sorry I started this competition.
Robin: So am I.
Patrick: Good, so it's over.
Robin: As soon as you post an apology on my blog.
Patrick: Saying what?
Robin: Saying you were wrong.
Maxie: Robin is freaking out. You have to take all those negative comments Patrick made you put on there off her blogsite now.
Spinelli: The Jackal will remove said spam and send it the way of the dodo--
Maxie: Just do it, Spinelli. You know, I don't understand why you helped him anyway. If he wasn't paying you, what were you getting from it?
Maxie: Instructions on?
Spinelli: Um, the subject is of a most personal nature.
Maxie: Personal? Patrick's a brain surgeon, what could he possibly have to -- oh my God, Spinelli. Did Sonny cause permanent brain damage when he slammed you into that wall? Why didn't you tell me? Have you been having headaches, feeling dizzy?
Spinelli: The Jackal appreciates Maximista's concern, although unfounded. The Jackal is in perfect health, despite a questionable diet of orange soda and barbecue chips.
Maxie: Then why did you help him?
Spinelli: Oh, aah -- success. The negative posts have been successfully deleted from Robin's baby blog, and the incident is happily behind us.
Maxie: Oh, no, not yet, because I had to leave work to help Robin sort this out, and now Kate's going to fire me. So yet again, Spinelli, you're going to help me fix it.
Jax: I didn't invest a significant amount of time and money in this magazine so you could tell us what to do.
Sonny: I guess you missed the part where I got a better deal, Jax.
Jax: I don't care if you could get "Crimson" distributed for free, Sonny -- I don't want to work with you. But if you want Sonny involved, perhaps you can buy me out.
Sonny: Why, I'm not a criminal anymore.
Jax: Ha ha. First of all, I don't believe you. And even if I did, you're so tainted it wouldn't matter. I don't want this magazine viewed as some kind of a money laundering scheme, because that is exactly what would happen.
Sonny: I have no intention of buying into your magazine.
Jax: No, you just want to make the decisions for it.
Sonny: No, and I'm going to tell you one other thing -- I'm not going to apologize for helping Kate. As a matter of fact, I may do it 20,000 times from now, and you're not going to tell me nothing.
Kate: Jax, I would never let him do something illegal for the magazine, all right?
Jax: You know, Kate, if you want to be with Sonny on a personal level, that's up to you. But you keep your nose out of my business; you stay away from my family.
Sonny: What the hell got into him?
Kate: Sonny, Sonny.
Kate: He's "Crimson's" principal investor; he has a right to make some demands, okay?
Kate: I really think that we need to keep this business and personal thing separate, right?
Kate: It's not a good idea. I mean, after all, I can be a tyrant at work. I don't want you to see that side of me.
Sonny: You know what would make me feel better?
Sonny: Kissing you.
Kate: I can do that personally.
Patrick: I have no problem apologizing to you. But I am not going to record it and broadcast it all over the internet.
Robin: Okay, so I just want to be clear, you're still refusing to admit that you were wrong.
Patrick: No, no, I am refusing to invite misinformation and criticism about me and my life. This was your thing. You handle it however you want. From now on, I'm out of it.
Robin: Fine. I still think you're being ridiculous about the whole thing.
Patrick: Robin, I didn't come here to fight, I came here to tell you that I was responsible for all the negative comments, and I'm sorry about that, and you can stop driving yourself crazy.
Robin: Me? I'm not the one with the issues. You are the one that can't bear to acknowledge that you are a child.
Patrick: Okay, well, as childish as I am, I'm going back to Jakeís to make sure that I never look at your blog again.
Spinelli: Has Maximista become so disenchanted with the highly competitive, deeply shallow world of haute couture that she wishes to end her association with the fashionista?
Maxie: I love my job, I would never quit.
Spinelli: Perhaps you might consider adding ice to this boiling beverage before it touches the fair fashionista's lips.
Maxie: Kate likes us to order her lattes scalding so that they are still warm when she drinks them.
Spinelli: Well, if the blisters forming on the Jackal's hand are any indication, she will be most satisfied.
Maxie: Okay, it's going to take a lot more than a latte to keep Kate from firing me, which is why I need your help. How long do you think it will take you to download the new designs from the "Couture" magazine?
Spinelli: Okay, once I jackal into the mainframe --
Maxie: Talk to me so that I understand.
Spinelli: Um, 20 minutes?
Maxie: Okay, well, let's see if I can buy us some time. Can you open the door?
Maxie: It's really hot. Oh, my God.
Spinelli: Look, um, deepest Ė
Max: Johnny Zacchara's waiting to see you. Do you want me to come in?
Jason: No, no, I want you to find out where the cargo replacement is happening because I want to land another shipment as soon as possible. Call Bernie.
Max: Got it.
Johnny: Pretty bad move doing what you did, setting fire to my father's place and sticking around to watch it burn.
Jason: Well, you blow up another one of my freighters, you're going to lose a lot more than your house.
Johnny: I don't want a war with you.
Jason: Then get your father under control.
Johnny: I can convince my father to back down before somebody else gets hurt, but I need your word that nothing else is going to happen to my family.
Claudia: Are you following me?
Lulu: I'm on my way to work.
Claudia: Well, better get going, wouldn't want you to be late.
Lulu: I have a few minutes and I think I should use it to clarify a few things.
Claudia: It would be a lot safer for you if we didn't have this conversation.
Lulu: I am not afraid of you and I'm sure as hell not going to let a skank take advantage of my grieving brother.
Claudia: Really? How do you plan to stop me, little girl?
Robin: Okay, this is beyond childish. I ask you to post an apology, and you turn around and spam me instead? Nice touch this time, writing the comments yourself.
Patrick: I don't know what you are talking about.
Robin: The 934 comments that were just posted on my blog?
Patrick: Robin, I didn't write anything on your blog.
Robin: You expect me to believe that 934 people all thought I was wrong and posted within the last 20 minutes to tell me so?
Patrick: Well, there must be, because I haven't been near a computer.
Jax: Thanks for meeting me.
Kelly: Yeah, to be honest I was surprised to get your call. How's -- how's Carly?
Jax: She's coping; she's doing the best she can.
Kelly: Well, thankfully, Carly's not alone; she has you to help her through.
Jax: Yeah, it's a bit of a problem; I don't think I'm helping. You know, there's nothing I could do or say to bring Michael back to his mother.
Kelly: Carly's not the only one who lost a child, Jax. Why don't you -- why don't you take a seat. So, how are you holding up?
Jax: I'm okay. Well, you know, it's just a strange feeling knowing that Michael is gone.
Kelly: Yeah, well, it's a difficult situation, you know. A part of you holds out for hope, but if you do, there will never be any closure.
Jax: You know that Carly and I were trying to, you know, surprise Michael and Morgan with a brother or sister. And after we lost the baby, you said that we should just try again. And I was just wondering if you meant that or if you were just trying to soften the blow. And I would really appreciate the truth. Can Carly and I still have a baby?
Spinelli: Interrupting Mr. Sir's most private of moments with our unannounced and clearly ill-timed arrival was a most egregious offense. And no doubt the fashionista will be most mortified that we witnessed her in such an undignified posture.
Maxie: Why would Kate be embarrassed? It's just sex, and from what I could see, pretty hot sex. Not that I'm surprised, it's just the kind of man Sonny is. So passionate, he makes you forget everything, even to lock the door.
Spinelli: Does Maximista find Mr. Sir attractive?
Maxie: Not Sonny specifically. There would really be no point. I mean, he's so in love with Kate. But someone like Sonny, dark and dangerous, who knows what he wants and when he wants it, who would take you right on top of the table? Yeah, I'd say I'm definitely into that.
Spinelli: Mr. Sir, the Jackal is -- is mortified. I'm so --
Sonny: Listen to me. Show a little more discretion, or the Jackal will be extinct.
Maxie: See what I mean? Dark, dangerous, sexy? What woman could resist?
Johnny: Trevor and Ric are trying to convince my father to escalate. They're trying to see this as an opportunity to create a power base in Port Charles. If you let them provoke you, you'll be starting a war you might not be able to finish.
Jason: I chose to warn him once. If Anthony leaves me alone, I'm gonna leave him alone, if not, I'm going to take appropriate action.
Johnny: You know, you could be the one that ends up dead.
Jason: Well, I got nothing to live for. But I'm gonna tell you what, I'm not going to let your father take what's mine or threaten anyone under my protection.
Nikolas: Hey. It's kind of strange talking to you like this. I haven't been back here since the funeral. I didn't need to. When I came home, you were standing in my living room.
Nikolas: Yeah, just as beautiful and perfect as always. It was like an answer to my prayers, it really was. I didn't have to feel this feeling that I feel now, this overwhelming emptiness inside. This is just -- it's really hard, because when I think of the years that lie ahead, I just -- I can't imagine them without you. I really canít. So anyway, I went riding last night -- and I know, I know, don't say it. You hate it when I ride in the dark, I know. Of course, I went too fast, took way too many risks, and I fell off. I was really hoping that you'd come out there and find me so I could hear you yell at me. I know that you want me to go on for Spencer and to live my life and find new love again. I know you want that for me. But, damn it, I just don't know how to do it. Because all I want to do is be with you, that's all I want.
Lulu: You want to get laid, go find Sonny again, but stay away from my brother.
Claudia: I have had just about enough of your big fat mouth talking about me like you know me. You don't know a damn thing about me.
Lulu: I know that Johnny pities you and that's the only reason he puts up with your craziness.
Claudia: I watched you chase after my brother, acting like a crazy fool. Because I let you get away with it, you think you can dictate to me what I do? Let me give you a little piece of advice, okay? If I ever hear anything even remotely resembling attitude coming out of your mouth again, it will be the last thing you ever say, promise.
Lulu: Ooh, are you actually threatening to kill me right now?
Claudia: You are long overdue for a lesson, Lulu, and there's lots of ways I can make you pay.
Carly: Okay, if you're looking for a fight, I'd be more than happy to give you one.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Patrick: Can we stop blogging?
Carly: Apologize to Lulu.
Claudia: Get out of my way.
Jax: Having another child could give Carly hope again.
Diane: Go and get her.
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