General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 6/11/08
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Max: Come in. Hi.
Diane: Well, hello. I'll just assume that our employer is not on the premises.
Max: You're right, Jason's not here yet.
Diane: So you're not on the clock, so to speak.
Max: Not yet.
Diane: Neither am I.
Max: Wait -- wait -- he's going to be back any second, though, so we should really --
Diane: Jason isn't Sonny. He has made it very clear that he respects our private lives.
Max: Oh yeah?
Diane: Mm-hmm. Oh, you.
Max: Come on.
Jason: This -- this isn't going to work.
Patrick: You're addicted, I told you.
Robin: I am not addicted.
Patrick: Okay, then what are you doing?
Robin: I'm checking my email.
Patrick: On your pregnancy blog. Still getting slagged?
Robin: Well, it's about fifty-fifty now.
Patrick: Yeah? How many hits you got?
Patrick: Hmm. Got 1150.
Patrick: I tell you, and they're actually quite positive. Maybe it's because I'm blogging from Jakeís, or maybe it's just because I'm such a fun guy.
Robin: Right. Elizabeth, could you please check Patrickís blog for me, because, you know, I'm not supposed to. I think he's exaggerating just a little bit.
Elizabeth: Oh, no. I am not getting in the middle of the two of you in person or in cyberspace.
Elizabeth: Hi. How may I help you?
Man: Dr. Ford, please. My name is Curtis Reitzel.
Elizabeth: Okay, do you have an appointment?
Curtis: That would be why I'm here, yes.
Elizabeth: Well, I'll let him know you're here.
Curtis: Dr. Scorpio. Been a while.
Curtis: Looks like you didn't need my daughter after all.
Jax: You left early this morning.
Carly: Yeah. Getting used to the 5:01. It's kind of nice, sort of. It's really quiet, and it gives me a time to collect my thoughts before I go visit Michael. Sometimes I even get a whole train car to myself.
Jax: Makes for a long day though, doesn't it?
Carly: So does your conference calls that keep you up all night long. What was that about?
Jax: Yeah, I'm sorry about that. The Sydney deal had some major issues and I didn't want to wake you when I came to bed. But I was about to call you. How did it go with Sonny?
[Knock on door]
Sonny: You want some great coffee?
Kate: I do.
Sonny: All right.
Kate: But I can't start my day until I know.
Kate: Have you made a decision?
Sonny: Oh. You mean what we talked about last night.
Sonny: You know what? You don't have to worry about me ever going back to the business.
Lucky: Sam? Hey, I got your message. What's wrong?
Sam: All right. We don't have much time. Anthony Zacharyís people are going to be here in a couple hours to open up the place, so I need to know, do you know a Dr. Von Scheerman?
Lucky: Scheerman. That's my dad.
Sam: That's what I thought.
Lucky: He sent this to you?
Sam: Yes, to my email, and I have no idea how he got my address.
Lucky: "Liberate the stowaway marbles. Wheel them down to pappa at the purple papoose"?
Sam: Yeah. What does it mean?
Tracy: Lucky, have you heard from your father?
Robin: You remember Curtis, don't you?
Robin: Father of Staceyís baby.
Patrick: Very well.
Robin: How is Rebecca doing?
Curtis: My daughter's in good health, doing as well as can be expected after this hospital killed her mother.
Patrick: Curtis, I understand why you were upset before. Stacey had just died. But there's no excuse for treating Dr. Scorpio like that.
Curtis: She tried to steal my kid.
Patrick: Show some respect, or you can leave.
Curtis: Oh, I get it. You're the dad. You don't know what you're in for.
Elizabeth: Um, Mr. Reitzel, you are welcome to wait in Dr. Ford's office.
Curtis: He'd better have that insurance settlement check ready.
Patrick: Hedge fund market a little slow lately?
Curtis: Rebecca has a trust fund. Do you have one in place for your child? Given that you're HIV-positive, like Stacey was --
Patrick: HIV had nothing to do with Staceyís death.
Curtis: You'd better be ready regardless. She dies, it's on you to raise the kid.
Jason: I don't want to walk in on something like this again.
Max: I -- I understand.
Diane: With all due respect, I mean, the door was closed, I mean, albeit unsecured. And yes, yes, we could have been more discreet, but we are not on the clock, and unlike your predecessor, you have made it clear that our personal lives are not your concern.
Jason: It is when you're in my office.
Diane: Point taken.
Max: I'm so sorry.
Jason: It's okay. You're in my office, you're on my time, Max.
Max: I don't want to let you down, boss, now more than ever. So --
Diane: You are terrific. He's terrific.
Max: Oh, let me get the schedule to the new guys.
Diane: I sincerely appreciate the way that you just handled that situation.
Jason: It's over. Let's get to work. What -- what do we need to do?
Diane: You are a joy to represent. You really are, Jason. You are calm and rational. You are clear in your expectations. I'm going to miss you.
Jason: You're not going to quit because of Max, are you?
Diane: Oh, I'm not going anywhere. But I just can't imagine that you'll be running things much longer.
Sonny: No more second thoughts, okay, about anything -- about the organization -- I'm out of the organization. Here's what I want -- here's what I want to do. I want to keep building a new life, right, that keeps everybody safe.
Sonny: Okay, what?
Kate: Last night you were so conflicted and now you're so certain. I'm just wondering what made it all click all of a sudden.
Sonny: Carly came by. It's not a big deal, okay? She came by to -- Alexis sent her to convince me to give up Kristina.
Kate: Yeah, Alexis came to see me, too.
Sonny: She did? Well, she comes in, we start to fight, right, and she couldn't wait to tell me that Mac closed the investigation on Michaelís shooting, and that the bullet ricocheted, and that Ian Devlin was working alone.
Kate: Well, that's good, right?
Kate: It means there's some sort of closure.
Sonny: Carly just came by to throw it in my face that my life is dangerous and, you know, whether I'm in the mob, whether I'm out of the mob --
Kate: I really hate that she does that to you, Sonny.
Sonny: That was my life with Carly. Angry, frustration, chaos, a fight that never ended. We were miserable. But I just want you to know that Carly and I are finally over, done.
Carly: Going to Sonny's was a complete waste of time, just like I knew it would be. I got absolutely nowhere.
Jax: How can Sonny continue to put Kristina in danger after what happened to Michael?
Carly: Because Sonny doesn't believe there's danger anymore. He thinks the whole world is safe because he's decided to live a squeaky clean life.
Jax: Thanks for trying. I really appreciate it. I'm sorry if it upset you.
Carly: Everything changed between me and Sonny when Michael was shot. We don't speak the same language anymore.
Lucky: I never hear from my dad when he's on the road. You know that.
Sam: Yeah, any -- anyway, we kind of thought you were with him.
Tracy: I came back.
Lucky: Was it a little too much adventure?
Tracy: Well, actually, I had a choice. I could either join him on the pub crawl or come home. I made the more rational choice. Your father should have sobered up by now. I should have heard from him.
Sam: Why would you think that?
Tracy: I took his case of money. And according to my calculations, he's been flat broke for ten days. So if I haven't heard from him, you haven't heard from him, where is he?
Lulu: Here's the piece on organic cotton and natural dye.
Maxie: Did you check for brand placement? Kate doesn't want to run free ads.
Lulu: Yeah, yeah, I put all the brand names in bold caps.
Maxie: What are you looking at?
Lulu: Johnny moved into Jaxís penthouse. He can see us from here.
Maxie: Are you sure he can see us?
Lulu: Yeah, as long as the lights are on. We did some serious spying last night.
Lulu: Mm-hmm, yeah. We watched the janitor clean up. It was real exciting.
Maxie: Well, how cool for you, Lulu. Now you'll be able to spy on Johnny, like, 24/7.
Lulu: Yeah. I don't need to police Johnny. I know he's committed to me, which is why you should give up throwing yourself at him.
Maxie: Just being friendly.
Lulu: No, you're being desperate, either to mess with me or to get Johnny's attention, but either way, it's not going to work.
Kate: Carly, excuse me, I'd like a word.
Carly: I'm busy.
Kate: Well, I'll try to keep it brief.
Carly: Yet another reason I didn't want Miss Howard or her magazine in my hotel. I guess we'll talk about this later. What is it?
Kate: Well, I would like to talk about what you did to Sonny last night.
Kate: It was wrong, Carly. It was cruel.
Carly: Poor Sonny. His ex-wife is so insensitive. Thank God he has wonderful you to protect him.
Kate: Look, Carly, I appreciate that this is a very difficult time for you. I can only imagine what it would be like to have a son in a coma.
Carly: Okay. Don't talk about Michael. You don't know what I'm feeling and you have no idea how much effort it's taking not to rip your stupid hair out of your head.
Kate: Okay, I get it, Carly. I get it. You don't like me. But do you really think that it's fair, that it's right, for you to torment Sonny just to make yourself feel better? To blame him for Michael, to force him to give up his sons, and then to continue to rail on him? Look, if you need some grief therapy, you should go get it. You should go to Jason. You should go to Jax. Just leave Sonny the hell alone.
Carly: Oh, that's what this is about. You feel threatened by me. You think I'm going to take Sonny away from you. I gotta tell you, that's exactly what you deserve.
Jason: Who says I'm leaving?
Diane: Oh, no. Now don't misunderstand me. I think everyone, everyone would prefer to have you in charge. Sonny can be very difficult. Unfortunately, the organization is his life, and I just don't think he'll be able to stay away much longer. Last night, I dropped off to Sonny the final executed documents for the renunciation of parental custody. He got very upset, tore up the papers, tossed them into the trash can. I suppose it was too much to expect that he would simply pop them into the nearest filing cabinet. They do, after all, sever all ties with his sons. But it's clear that Sonny is having second thoughts.
Jason: Can you blame him?
Diane: I tried to tell him that things were running very smoothly and that's not what he wanted to hear. Sonny is addicted to the power, the mystique of being a mob kingpin, the criminal in charge. And I just don't think he's going to be able to stay away.
Spinelli: Black coffee, orange soda on the side.
Lloyd: Oh, the terrorist lover.
Spinelli: I suggest you pay for your beverage and depart.
Lloyd: You took me by surprise last night.
Spinelli: Yeah, the proverbial sucker punch, and particularly apt.
Lloyd: Are you trying to insult me?
Spinelli: Now there's a question to ponder.
Lloyd: You hang out with terrorists, you'd better get ready for people to get angry. Tell me, do you pat her down for explosives before you take her out?
Diane: I don't know who you are, sir, but you've just made a grievous error in judgment.
Robin: Please do not tell Patrick that I'm crying. He'll flip out and overcompensate, and anyway, I'm being ridiculous.
Elizabeth: No, not at all. That guy was creepy.
Robin: I mean, I know better than anyone. I -- I'm a doctor. I know that Stacey didn't die because of HIV. She bled out because she had an abrupted placenta. And I also know that HIV doesn't really cause any problems when you're pregnant, as long as you take care of yourself. But then I also think about Stacey and everything that she wanted to give her child and everything that that little girl is going to miss, you know? And it just makes me feel really selfish.
Elizabeth: Why, because you want to be a mom? You know that every pregnancy involves risks.
Robin: But HIV is a chronic and potentially life-threatening disease. You know, I could develop complications at any time.
Elizabeth: Don't even talk like that.
Robin: What if I die of AIDS? Or what if I die of something else, and my child's alone? I don't want that to happen.
Diane: Mr. Spinelli is a valued employee. And my client, Mr. Morgan, has a responsibility to protect his employees and maintain his property. Now you are posing an active threat to an unarmed victim, namely, Mr. Spinelli. So deadly force would be justified and would, in fact, be defensible in a court of law.
Lloyd: Okay, look. I can explain.
Diane: Mr. Spinelli, do you still feel that your person and life are at risk?
Spinelli: Most certainly. This hostile and unpleasant, not to mention ignorant, individual poses a most threatening mien.
Lloyd: Okay, listen. I'm sorry, okay? Just don't let them kill me.
Spinelli: Apologize for insulting the fair lady I was with last night.
Lloyd: I apologize.
Spinelli: Say you were wrong.
Lloyd: I was wrong. Completely.
Spinelli: Give me all your money.
Lloyd: All right, here. Take it. All right? Take it all.
Spinelli: Donate all of this to the Red Cross, which gladly helps all people in need, regardless of race or creed.
Diane: Consider it done. And we will just be taking all of your information so that the Red Cross may give you a receipt.
Lloyd: You know, you don't have to do that.
Diane: And, of course, we will be keeping a copy for our records. Very well. You can go now.
Spinelli: Most grateful thanks.
Diane: Mr. Grasshopper, that was my pleasure.
Jason: Okay. Why was that guy pounding you?
Spinelli: The Jackal escorted the lovely nurse Leyla Mir to a celebration at the Metro Court last night, where she was the target of a racial slur by that bigoted Neanderthal, and as her date and a fair-thinking member of the human race, the Jackal was compelled to defend her and felled the odious beast with a single punch.
Jason: You hit him?
Spinelli: I knocked him out.
Milo: No chance. Unless, of course, he was too drunk to duck, then, maybe, you know. If you had hit him at just the right angle -- but, Spinelli, you've got to be more careful than that. For real.
Max: Yeah, Miloís right, Spinelli. You don't go around starting fights. I mean, it's not as if you can defend yourself.
Spinelli: You know, the Jackal has made a concerted effort to man up and I think I'm clearly making progress.
Jason: Stop, Spinelli. Listen. Defending your date is a great thing to do, okay? But you need to be careful. If something like that happens, I want you to call me. I don't -- I don't want you to get hurt.
Kate: I'm not threatened by you.
Carly: You should be, because you don't compare on any level. Sonny and I will always be connected, and you're just a bloodless trophy.
Kate: Great. Well, I can see we're not going to get anywhere, so if you could please, please leave Sonny alone.
Carly: You know what I think scares you the most? That this thing that Sonny and I have, that we've always had, we felt it long before you ever came along. Sonny's hated me and loved me, sometimes both at the same time.
Kate: But he's getting on with his life.
Carly: You'll never make Sonny as happy as I did. You will never make him as miserable as I did. Hell, you can't even make him as angry as I make him right now. Because you and Sonny, you don't share anything that's lasting or deep.
Kate: He's outgrown you, Carly.
Carly: No, he hasnít. Or I wouldn't make you so insecure.
Kate: Maybe you should be insecure. You know, you're married to a wonderful husband who deserves better than you.
Carly: My marriage to Jax has nothing to do with this. You will never be enough for Sonny.
Kate: You don't know what you're talking about.
Carly: Everyone can see how weak and clingy you are. How deluded you are, by thinking that Sonny's going to morph into the kind of man that you need.
Kate: It's very simple, Carly. I believe in Sonny, and I believe he's changing his life.
Carly: Sonny doesn't change. He's selfish to the bone. And sooner or later -- I'm betting sooner -- he's going to see that you're not the angel that's going to heal all his wounds. You're not the Madonna in the designer dress. See, you're a pathetic workaholic who will never satisfy him, in bed or anywhere else.
Kate: Wow. You like to consider yourself quite the expert, don't you? But for all your bravado, you don't know Sonny at all.
Carly: Want to bet?
Lucky: Tracy may not believe it, but my dad loves her. And if he isn't calling her about money, then there is a problem.
Sam: All right, well are you sure he's not just off on some bar crawl?
Lucky: Not if he's sending me messages in code through you, all right, that means he doesn't want Tracy involved and he's trying to protect her.
Sam: Okay, then what do we do?
Lucky: We find those jewels and get them to my dad.
Sam: Jewels, what jewels?
Lucky: Read the message.
Sam: "Liberate the stowaway marbles, wheel them down to pappa at the purple papoose.'
Lucky: See, marbles are Spencer code for jewels. See, they're smaller and easier to transport than currency.
Lucky: So, let's see. Wheel, wheel -- it probably means roulette table. Let's -- hey where are the marbles for the roulette boards?
Sam: Ah, ooh, okay, I'm impressed. All right, now what about the purple papoose?
Lucky: The purple papoose is my dad's favorite place in Mexico. Listen I better get --
Sam: No, no, no, no, no. You're not going alone. Your father sent that email to me, so obviously we're in this together.
Lucky: Are you sure?
Sam: Yes, I am sure. Mexico, here we come.
Elizabeth: Being a single mom is like walking a tightrope. You move carefully, one step at a time, and if you start to lose your balance you find your way again and then you just keep on going.
Robin: Unless you fall.
Elizabeth: No, no, you never fall, you never fall because you never, ever look down. You don't let yourself think all those terrible thoughts because then you will scare yourself into not seeing all the good things. Like the first time Cameron told me that he wanted to be a doctor. Or the first time Jake picked up his little sippy cup all by himself.
Robin: See, that's the life that I want to have with my child. I want to be able to appreciate all the little things.
Elizabeth: You know, stop doing this, stop scaring yourself. It's a waste of time and energy.
Robin: When you're right, you're right. Well, I guess I need to, uh, have a will.
Elizabeth: Wow, so much for positive thinking. Okay, yeah, you should. They're not that hard to come up with.
Robin: Yeah, I should, and I should think about who I will want to raise my child if something were to happen to me. My mom's life isn't really set up for it, and I'm not so sure it would be fair to ask Uncle Mac to raise yet another generation.
Elizabeth: What about Patrick? He is the father.
Robin: Patrick never wanted to be a father in the first place.
Carly: Jason, don't tell me I shouldn't be here, I just need you to calm me down.
Jason: All right, what happened?
Carly: I mean, it's good that I came here instead of just going with my first impulse, right?
Jason: Yes, yes, it's good.
Carly: You know, it would have been so easy, so easy. Like that, I would have had him. I mean, in two minutes, in two minutes, we were right there, we were going for it. He's deluded, he's deluded, he is clinging to the fantasy that he is going to turn in to some new man so he can be good enough for Kate. As if she is worth the time or the energy. As if she could fill Sonny's bottomless pit of need and selfishness.
Jason: Okay, so you had a fight with Sonny?
Carly: No, I had a fight with Kate in the lobby of the Metro Court. She walked up to me and she started lecturing me about my cruelty to Sonny. How I need to stop, how I need to leave him alone and stop blaming him for what happened to Michael. And then, I need to go to grief counseling, grief counseling! That bitch is trying to tell me what to do with my kid. Do you know it took everything in me not to physically throw her out of my building.
Jason: I kind of wish you had.
Carly: Do you mean that?
Jason: Nah, I mean, it would cause more problems than it solved. She would have ran to Jax and Sonny would have came down on you. But you know what, it's good to see you like this, even though you're a little mad.
Carly: I'm mad; I'm mad enough to rip her hair out of her head and go have sex with Sonny, just because I can.
Kate: Mr. Corinthos, it's always a pleasure to see you, but you have no idea how busy my day is today.
Kate: Oh, my day just improved considerably.
Sonny: Let's go to the island.
Sonny: You will love the cabana, and we'll gamble, we'll do all kinds of things, we'll make love on the beach.
Kate: I've been waiting for my invitation, what's your time frame?
Sonny: Now, today.
Carly: I know that having sex with Sonny wouldn't, you know, fix anything. I'm happy with Jax. I want to be happy someday. You know, it's good to have goals, right, Jason?
Jason: Yeah, yeah, it is.
Carly: You know, I just miss Michael all the time. And as horrible as it is to say, I am tired of hurting and I am tired of feeling empty. It's easier to fight with Sonny; it's easier to blow my life apart because that's familiar. I know how to do that.
Jason: So it's easier to hurt yourself?
Carly: Yeah, because then I'm responsible for the pain. It doesn't come from a phone call telling me that my little boy is shot and his life is basically over. Sleeping with Sonny has familiar results. Yeah, we'll blame each other, and the accusations will go back and forth on who wanted who first. But Kate's heart would be stepped on and hopefully she'd be gone. That would be an added bonus. Jax would be devastated, but, you know, he'd have the excuse he needs to leave and Sonny and I would be back to where we know.
Jason: The problem is I just took over this business to keep you and the kids away from Sonny. So if you're having second thoughts, you need to tell me right now.
Jax: I'm delighted to have you with us.
Spinelli: Uh, greetings, white knight, ruthless corporate raider. Uh, and deepest thanks, for now the truth has been revealed.
Jax: Excuse me?
Spinelli: My real and true teacher was standing before me all along.
Jax: What teacher?
Spinelli: Now I know what makes the feminine heart race and flutter. It's no mystery -- it's you, Jasper Jacks, the epitome of all that is smooth, charming, and debonair. And I want to be just like you.
Carly: Sex with Sonny and getting back together with him are two totally different things. One's a possibility, the other will never happen.
Carly: Because Michael is in a permanent coma because I couldn't stay away from Sonny. I mean, after I married Jax, I was still caught up in Sonny's life, and Michaelís paid the price for it.
Jason: It's a lot more complicated than that, Carly.
Carly: I know. I know that, you know, I know that we've all made mistakes and we've all made choices -- stupid, selfish, arrogant choices. Assuming that we could keep Michael safe, assuming that the craziness and the fighting wouldn't get to him, and we were wrong. So the only thing I can change from now on is how -- how I handle things in the future.
Jason: That's exactly right.
Elizabeth: I don't mean to interfere.
Elizabeth: But clearly you are not thinking straight.
Patrick: Well, I'm sure you're going to tell me what I'm not thinking straight about.
Elizabeth: Do you have any idea how many parents are out there who would kill to be with their children? Men and women being shipped off to war, parents losing custody, and then there's you.
Patrick: I know.
Elizabeth: You're letting your fear win. Your fear of commitment, your fear of settling down, your fear of responsibility.
Patrick: Maybe that's not true, Elizabeth, maybe I'm just genuinely not ready to be a father. Either way, I'm giving Robin what she wants, but she won't let me close.
Elizabeth: Then figure it out, because you are giving up the opportunity, the privilege, to raise your child with the woman you love. I know men who would pay any price to have what you are throwing away.
Patrick: Robin is determined to do this on her own.
Elizabeth: It doesn't mean she wants to, it doesn't mean she has to.
Carly: Do you realize you just talked me out of having sex with Sonny?
Jason: No, I didnít.
Carly: Well, fine, you got me to talk myself out of it, which I suppose is more effective. I know that it is better for Morgan and me to stay away from Sonny, I know that. And I know I should let him live in his fantasy world with Kate, but God, I'd like to make her pay and just stick it in her face. I almost feel sorry for him, when I'm not furious with him.
Jason: Maybe Sonny has to get through this any way he can. We all do.
Jax: There's no skill involved. I enjoy the company of women, that's all.
Spinelli: Yes, as do I, but my ardor is rarely returned. And when it is, as in the case with wise Georgie, I am too blind to see what's right in front of me. But you, you're an artist, you're refined and highly skilled.
Jax: No, there's no skill involved.
Spinelli: Look, have you ever -- have you ever battled in the face of the one you love? Have you ever thought you were making progress with a fair lady only to realize that she is a courtesan or a sister of sappho? Have you ever made a bold and fearless move, only to be accused of despoiling not a well experienced maiden but a sample of haute couture?
Jax: No, not -- I don't think so. Look, Spinelli, if you just be yourself --
Spinelli: No, no, myself isn't good enough. But my heart won't give up, it won't understand why everyone else can have love except I, the Jackal.
Jax: Are you in love with anyone in particular?
Spinelli: Indeed, but she can't see it. Even though I would make any sacrifice to be with her, I would gladly change any part of my life to win her favor. If I could just, if I could just transform to be the kind of man that she desires, I would -- I would willingly give up all that I am to become who she wants me to be.
Jax: All right, all right, I'll help.
Jax: Okay, don't use that word.
Jax: Okay, and another thing you need to know -- above all else, love's a gamble.
Carly: You're still so loyal to Sonny, after the way he treated you.
Jason: Well, we'd been friends a long time.
Carly: You know, last night, when we were fighting and I told him how I almost ran away with Morgan and he said I was lying, that I was just jerking you around trying to get you to do what I wanted you to do... that's what Sonny thinks about you and me.
Jason: Well, however it happened, he signed his kids away. He's going to feel like we betrayed him.
Carly: Do you regret it?
Jason: I'd do it again.
Sonny: Listen. [Clears throat] We will leave right now, right? Staff will have everything ready, you don't have to worry about clothes because you won't have any on.
Kate: Sonny, I can't just vanish. I'm about to launch a major American fashion magazine.
Sonny: Listen to me, okay? We'll go swimming and do whatever you want to do, make love under the stars. What do you think? Come on, let's go, let's go, let's go, come on.
Kate: People are depending on me, Sonny.
Kate: I have a conference call with warren and Giselle.
Sonny: You can take that on the island.
Kate: It's in five minutes. I have a six-page promo spread in "Couture," and I've barely even begun. I'm gonna be lucky if I get out of here by midnight. But the thought of you and me under the stars --
Sonny: Mm-hmm, mm-hmm.
Kate: Is going to get me through the rest of the afternoon. But everything I have, Sonny, is literally on the line right now.
Sonny: I understand.
[Clears throat loudly]
Kate: Okay, can we take a rain check?
Sonny: Yeah, yeah, sure, any time you want.
Kate: I'm going to come up with some dates really soon.
Sonny: Okay, don't worry about it.
Kate: I'm sorry.
Sonny: Hey, you're going after, you know, your dream. I respect that.
Jason: Sonny thinks he can have a new life. Maybe he can, but his kids still need to be protected. That's why I took over the business, Carly, to keep you guys safe.
Carly: Alexis started all this, you know. She wants Sonny to give up Kristina -- and he wonít. So Alexis went to Jax, and Jax came to me and he asked me to talk to Sonny. I don't know if it's sweet, or naive, that Jax don't realize by now what Sonny and I do to each other. You know, how dangerous it is to put us in the same room when we are this angry and hurt over what happened to Michael. And the thing is, as furious as I am at him and how much I regret ever being with him, he's still Michaelís father, you know. We share so many memories, Michaelís whole life. Sonny is the only person who understands how bad it hurts to lose my little boy.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Jax: You have to treat love like a game.
Kate: Dear God.
Claudia: We meet again.
Robin: Elizabeth could not be more wrong. I am doing this all on my own.
Robin's voice: Got everything under control.
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