General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 6/24/08
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Robin: Ooh, Elizabeth called that one. He definitely needs his diaper changed.
Patrick: What the hell do mothers feed these things?
Robin: I know. They're like little stink bombs for a while.
Patrick: Okay, Jake, I know this probably a little bit uncomfortable for you, but thankfully Robin is good with you kind and she's going to take great care of you.
Robin: Oh, no, no, no. No, I'm strictly on couch rest, remember? Jake's all yours.
Carly: Don't get your hopes up. I may be a lot of things, but I'm not pregnant.
Jax: Nausea, light-headedness, I mean, those are all early symptoms.
Carly: Because I haven't eaten since breakfast. Look, I've been going back and forth to the after care institute. I could've picked up a bug along the way --
Jax: It's just the timing of it is a little suspect. I'm just -- maybe it's hormones. Maybe it's hormones.
Carly: I'm sorry. I really am. I'm not having a baby.
Sonny: You're not serious, are you? You don't want a pre-nup.
Kate: Well, they're actually commonplace in today's marital environment.
Sonny: Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know. I'm aware of that, but -- oh, I think -- I think I know what you're worried about. I'm going to ease your mind, okay? Yes, it's true. I turned over my holdings to Jason when he took the business, but my coffee business is booming and I'm -- I'm still pretty wealthy. So I -- there's no reason for me to go after assets.
Kate: I'm not worried about you, Sonny.
Jason: What -- what are you doing?
Claudia: Just trying to make you more comfy. How do you feel?
Jason: What? Don't touch me.
Claudia: Would you relax? I don't have cooties. I think your fever's breaking. You're going to live. You can thank me as soon as you let go of my arm.
Maxie: Okay, we'll just sit tight. Thanks. Maintenance said they're working on it. It's a fuse thing, not an elevator cable, which I'll take as a good sign.
Johnny: Did they say how long it would be 'til they get us out of here?
Maxie: Nope, they just told us to relax and make the best of things.
Johnny: Maintenance said "make the best of things"?
Maxie: Okay, maybe I made that part up, but, I mean, we're stuck in an elevator. Shouldn't we be making lemonade out of lemons or something? Here we are, two ridiculously healthy people stuck in a small space together, railings with potential --
Johnny: Maxie, why do you keep flirting with me when you know I'm not interested?
Maxie: I'm a determined person.
Johnny: I think there's more to it.
Maxie: No, you're just used to Lulu and I'm a lot less complicated than that. I find you very attractive. I flirt with attractive men. It's like a law of nature. Besides, it bugs your girlfriend.
Johnny: Maybe that's just an excuse.
Maxie: No, that's my motivation. Getting back at Lulu is not just karmic justice; it would make me feel so good. If I could hurt her the way she hurt my sister -- no physical trauma, nothing life-destroying. But the pain of a broken relationship? You bet. That's exactly what she deserves. And there could be something else, another reason, if you're interested.
Johnny: I don't have much of a choice in here.
Maxie: I'm trying to do something nice for you.
Johnny: By hurting my girlfriend?
Maxie: Hey, look, once you dump all of that wacky family baggage, I don't think you're a bad guy. You seem very genuine. Put things on the line. Take it or leave it. I mean, I respect that. That's me. And I'm trying to pull you out of the fire before you get third-degree burns because being with Lulu, that is all you're going to get.
Lulu: Well, how did you happen to find me all the way out here?
Logan: I was with Anthony when he called Johnny. I heard him say where you were.
Lulu: So, what, you came here to start a fight?
Logan: No, I also knew that Johnny would be on his way to see his old man. So I thought I would take this opportunity one last time to try to get through to you.
Lulu: I don't need any getting through to. I'm doing just fine.
Logan: Lulu, you -- you're standing on the edge of a long way down. You don't know the Zaccharas like I do. They're crazy. And I'm not talking in some lovable, quirky, eccentric kind of way, okay? I'm talking certifiable, need-to-be-locked-up-and- medicated insane.
Lulu: You know what? I'm aware of that. Believe me.
Logan: I don't -- I don't think you are, okay? I spend all day, every day, wheeling that old bastard around, jumping every time he has to snap his fingers. These people threaten each other for breakfast, okay? And Johnny is right in there. He's going toe-to-toe with Anthony, with Ric, with Trevor. They're all evil, Lulu. And there's no way that you should -- you should be exposed to that.
Claudia: Your fever is way down. I think you're past the worst of it.
Claudia: A simple thank you is too much to ask?
Jason: Thank you. You can go.
Spinelli: The Jackal apologizes for the interruption, but suddenly he feels most peculiar.
Kate: A pre-nup is like -- it's like medical insurance, right? You may never need it. You hope you don’t. But God forbid in the event something happens, it's like a safety net for you and me.
Sonny: Listen to you, Miss never-been-married. I mean, I'm -- I'm the one who's been through a nasty divorce. If anybody's going to be cynical here, shouldn't it be me?
Kate: Well, it's not cynicism.
Sonny: It's not cynicism?
Sonny: What is it?
Kate: It's practicality. I don't want to have this conversation.
Sonny: I don't --
Kate: Talking about assets and money is the least romantic thing on the planet, but you know what? It's necessary, right? We should have it sooner, rather than later, so here we go. Look, if this was about me protecting half of all of my money, you know, I might still want a pre-nup, but it's not a deal breaker. However, the government definitely qualifies. Now, I know that you are a legitimate businessman now, and I believe that you have every intention of staying that way. You spent a lot of years on the other side of the law, Sonny. And, I don't know, maybe one day the Feds might make a case out of it.
Sonny: Oh, and you think they're going to come after me and freeze my assets, and you don't want them coming after you.
Kate: Yeah, exactly. I love you, Sonny, but I don't want to lose everything that I've worked for because you made choices that I wouldn't have.
Carly: You know, Jax, I would have a hard time getting pregnant under the best circumstances. And you know what? Our lives -- my life has been anything but. I've been under tons of stress, tons of pressure. There's no way I could be pregnant right now.
Jax: But it only takes one time. I mean, through all the turmoil, the one thing that hasn't suffered has been our sex life. Now, I'm assuming that you're not on the pill, right? You're not?
Carly: No, no.
Jax: So then there is a chance. There's a chance.
Carly: I know how bad you want us to have a baby and -- and I know you can't help --
Jax: Hold on a second. I thought you wanted that, too.
Carly: Well, I just think you're making a big deal over low blood sugar, that's all.
Jax: Okay, you know what? There's only one way to end this debate. We'll go and get a home pregnancy test.
Carly: No, absolutely not.
Lulu: Look, I know that you're telling me the truth about Anthony and Claudia and Trevor and Ric, if he sticks around long enough, but that actually brings me to you. Why are you working that job? Why -- what do you -- what do you get out of being in the middle of something that you say you despise?
Logan: My motives don't matter.
Logan: It's you I'm worried about. Johnny is not who you think he is --
Lulu: No, stop right there. We are not discussing him. It's a waste of time. I've made up my mind about him.
Logan: You won't even hear what I have to say?
Lulu: Because I know what you're going to say.
Logan: I told you the truth about the Zaccharas, Lulu. Trust me to keep doing it. You used to.
Lulu: Well, yeah. And actually, a lot has happened since then. We broke trust and we self-destructed.
Logan: Yeah, sure, you know, we had growing pains, but -- I screwed up, okay? But, Lulu, we had a real --
Lulu: Okay, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop. I -- I sent you so many mixed signals and I am not going through that again. I'm sorry if it hurts to hear it -- we're not getting back together, okay? You really need to accept it and move on. I'm leaving. And don't even think about following me.
Johnny: You keep going on and on about how Lulu's some sort of disaster for me, Maxie. But at the same time, in the same breath, you freely admit how much you hate her. So why am I supposed to believe that you coming on to me is not about me in any way?
Maxie: Why would I lie?
Johnny: Why do you breathe?
Maxie: Hmm, you know, I have to admit, whatever it is Lulu does to make you guys all gooey and lovesick over her, in the beginning it works like gangbusters, but it's the sustaining over time thing that usually falls apart. Can I ask you something? What is it exactly that Lulu brings to the table? Besides a never-ending ability to make you chase her around, rescuing her all the time. Do you even know why she's such a drama queen?
Johnny: Something tells me you're about to enlighten me. And I swear, if this has anything to do with your sister, I've heard it a million times.
Maxie: Oh, we don't even have to look that deep. For Lulu, it's all about being a Spencer, living up to the legend of her family legacy. You're just a prop she uses to prove what a rebel she can be.
Johnny: That's delusional, Maxie, even for you.
Maxie: It's truer than you think. I have legendary parents, too, you know. Felicia and Frisco -- big scary spies, big scary love story. And that is a bitch to live up to when you're just an ordinary person, going to work every day, ruining all of your relationships. But I chose to channel my insecurities into a career. Lulu chose to duplicate her parents' love story by finding a guy just like her dear old dad. Sexy, dangerous, intense, a guy who scares the hell out of her, just like Luke did Laura. But you can't relive someone else's love story. Only Lulu would want to.
Robin: See? I told you. You perform brain surgery for a living --
Patrick: Yes, I do.
Robin: So changing a diaper should be, well, child's play. And I guess the third time is the charm.
Patrick: There was nothing wrong with my first attempt.
Robin: Except for the fact that you put it on backwards.
Patrick: Which is a common mistake, I'm sure. And the second attempt would've worked fine if Jake didn't pee all over everything, including me.
Robin: There is a bright side. There's a 50% chance that we could have a girl.
Patrick: Oh, yeah. Okay, what do I do with the dirty diapers now?
Robin: You put them in a plastic bag and take them out to the garbage after you feed Jake.
Patrick: Feed him?
Patrick: Well, can't he just go to sleep or something?
Patrick: Robin, come on, okay? Let's make a deal. I will do anything to prepare the food, but you -- you have to feed him, please.
Patrick: Hey, come on, I'm desperate here. I'm asking a favor.
Robin: Okay, how about we do it together?
Patrick: Thank you.
Spinelli: Did the fair Maximista witness the Jackal's collapse? Oh, one more humiliation piled on so many. [Stammers] Why -- why -- why is Stone Cold's couch in the Haunted Star?
Jason: Hey, hey, hey, look at me. You're at home, okay? Just -- just try to relax. Rest right now.
Claudia: Yeah, he's conscious, but I think he might be delirious. I just did. It's 102. Okay, thanks.
Jason: What did they say?
Claudia: Same thing they said with you -- acetaminophen, rest, fluids. Hey, look, you're just barely recovered yourself. Why don't you go upstairs and lie down? I can take care of Spinelli.
Jason: I'm fine.
Spinelli: No, Stone Cold, he's not fine. He struggles every day with terrible conflict, oedipal in nature.
Jax: Why would you object to a home pregnancy test?
Carly: Because there's no point.
Jax: What's the harm? I mean, you -- you're queasy. We've been having sex for weeks, unprotected. And it's -- it's a trip to the drug store just to get a home pregnancy test. It's a couple of bucks.
Carly: No, I don't need to do that because I know I'm not pregnant. I got to tell you, the way you're acting and pushing me really worries me. Are we going to have a problem if we find out that I can't have a baby?
Jax: No, why would you say that?
Carly: I mean, do you think that a baby is going to fill the void that Michael left, because --
Jax: You know what? You're protesting too much and I think I know why.
Johnny: You have an interesting take on things, Maxie. You're completely wrong, but at least you've given it some thought.
Maxie: I pay attention. For example, I watch your interaction with Lulu enough to know you're in constant battle with yourself. Should you be selfish Johnny and take what you think she has to offer or noble Johnny who should really give Lulu up? You spend so much time arguing with yourself, you never get to be normal Johnny and just have a nice night out with your girlfriend.
Johnny: Maxie, there is one thing I'm clear on and that is I'd rather jump off the roof of this building than hurt Lulu.
Maxie: I actually believe that you mean that. But that doesn't matter. Lulu will end up getting hurt in the end. It's her whole victim mentality. She's just too fragile for you.
Johnny: You don't know me.
Maxie: Tell me when I get it wrong. You are fearless and reckless. You already know that there's no happily-ever-after. You like to live in the moment. It's where you're most comfortable. And if you were being completely honest with yourself, you would see that dumping Lulu and finding a kindred spirit, someone more like me, would be better for both of you in the end.
Spinelli: It is the most basic of conflicts, the foundation of dynastic politics. The young king must inevitably replace the old one. As one waxes, the other wanes. And despite sentiment, loyalty, and natural reticence, the king must die. Long live the king. It is time for Stone Cold to play his part in the epic struggle.
Jason: Your fever is spiking. You -- you're talking crazy right now. You know what? I got this from here, okay?
Claudia: No, you know, if I stuck around and took care of you, I'm not going to abandon a sweetheart like Spinelli.
Spinelli: Go -- go easy on Stone Cold. He is in terrible turmoil.
Claudia: Is that right?
Spinelli: Stone Cold struggles daily with the dire reality of inevitable destiny. You must come to loggerheads with your true father.
Jason: Spinelli, my father's dead.
Spinelli: Not your biological father, the late and deeply lamented Dr. Alan, but in every other way, the parental role in Stone Cold's life has been Mr. Sir.
Claudia: Who's Mr. Sir?
Spinelli: Mr. Corinthos, Sir.
Spinelli: Mr. Corinthos sir is Stone Cold's master in a way, at whose feet the young Jason Morgan learned the ways, the methods, the ethics of mob life. And Stone Cold learned his lessons well and is now, in the fullness of time, stepped in to wear the mantle, but power is insidious and Mr. Sir is held in its sway. He will wish to command again.
Jason: Okay, you know what? You need to rest.
Spinelli: Be forewarned, my friend and master, for it will come to be. Mr. Sir will die and by your hand.
Kate: Oh, Sonny, this is so not a big deal. Pre-nups are practically de rigueur these days.
Kate: Look, just -- let's get Diane on it, clear up all the legalities so we can concentrate on all the fun planning.
Sonny: Okay, you know, we're not going to just gloss this over. Okay, you -- I heard you. Your thoughts are valid and facts are facts. I've been breaking laws since I was six years old and I've made a lot of enemies on both sides of the fence, right?
Sonny: I -- I may be out of my former life, but it doesn't, uh, it left me. I mean, something out of nowhere could come out and bite me that I don't even remember. You don't want to be dragged down. So what -- if you think that it's a bad idea to be my wife, I won't hold you to any promises you've made here tonight. We don't have to get married.
Carly: Don't analyze me, Jax.
Jax: It's just an observation, okay? You -- you're afraid of the possibility of a pregnancy because you don't know if you can handle it if you're not pregnant.
Carly: You want the truth?
Carly: I can't imagine being pregnant right now. I can't imagine having a little life growing inside of me and being happy about that when my first born is lying in a hospital bed, still and silent. You see, I think that's unbearable.
Jax: Does your love for Morgan lessen your love for Michael?
Carly: No, of course not.
Jax: Well, it wouldn't be lessened by a new child, either.
Carly: You know what? You're not listening to me. I don't know how many ways to tell you. I'm not pregnant. There's no --
Jax: That's why I'm saying that we should –
Jax and Carly: Hey.
Jax: How was the movie?
Carly: How was Morgan? Was he good?
Mercedes: Good as gold, just like always. Would you guys mind if I took off? It's my dad's birthday and I'd love to surprise him.
Carly: Go for it. Of course, go.
Jax: Do you need a ride?
Mercedes: That'd be great.
Jax: I'll be back soon.
Carly: Okay. Your stepdad's pretty great, isn't he?
Carly: Yeah. Wow, I just hope he's wrong this time.
Patrick: Finally, that kid fell asleep.
Robin: Will you stop calling him "kid"? His name is Jake.
Patrick: Sorry. This has been a horrifying experience -- all that incessant yammering. And what was that slop you shoveled into his mouth?
Robin: It wasn't slop. It was food, and he liked it. And the yammering you were talking about? That was baby talk for, "mm, this is so good."
Patrick: You're not going to feed that stuff to our kid, are you?
Robin: Yes, eventually our kid will graduate to solid food.
Patrick: That was not solid. And trust me, it was not solid coming out.
[Knock at door]
Patrick: Lovely to see you.
Elizabeth: Oh, should I assume you're not going to beg me to leave Jake a little longer?
Patrick: Oh, no, I wouldn't want to keep Jake from his little buddies at the daycare any more than what's necessary, since, you know, he didn't really need to leave in the first place. Nice scam, ladies.
Elizabeth: Scam? I don't know what you're talking about.
Patrick: This may come as a shock to both of you, but men have instincts and I followed mine and I called the daycare. And they said Jake was having a great time with all of his little friends until his mother swooped in and took him. They didn't know why, but I do. Robin put you up to this, didn't she?
Lulu: I thought you were supposed to be meeting your father.
Johnny: The elevator got stuck. Maxie and I have been waiting for someone to come fix it. All right, I've got to get upstairs and see my father who is going to call out the National Guard. Are you coming?
Lulu: No, you go ahead. Maxie and I have a few things to get straight.
Johnny: Find you later.
Johnny: And not you.
Lulu: Maxie, I swear on everything that has ever mattered to me, if you don't stop throwing yourself at Johnny, I will do something to get us both fired and you can kiss your career good-bye.
Maxie: You wouldn't be resorting to blackmail unless you were terrified you can't hold on to your boyfriend.
Lulu: You are unbelievable.
Maxie: He is too much for you, just like Luke was for Laura. What you can't see is that Johnny is the one thing in this world that could put you in a rocking chair, facing the wall.
Spinelli: You must somehow subvert your fate. Allow me to be your Tireses, your blind prophet as it were --
Jason: We're going to talk about this is in the morning. Why are you still here?
Spinelli: No -- the raven haired vixen must stay.
Claudia: Sweetie, don't work yourself up. I'm not going anywhere.
Spinelli: Okay, your instincts will tell you to remain loyal to Mr. Sir, to back him no matter what, but that would be a mistake. You must find it in your stone coldness to stand up to Mr. Sir or else risk being the instrument of his destruction.
Jason: You, you're not making any sense.
Claudia: I understand it perfectly.
Spinelli: Mr. Corinthos, Sir craves retribution for the physical devastation of little Michael, but not from another, from himself. He will use you to gain what he desires. He will come back the business and force your hand, but do not acquiesce. Please, stand up to Mr. --
Jason: Okay, whatever. I'll stand up to Sonny, just lie down and get some rest.
Claudia: You realize that everything he just said is true.
Kate: Okay, I see, so we've been engaged for less than two hours and you already have cold feet?
Sonny: Not even close. I love you. You're the woman I want to spend the rest of my life with, but maybe that's being selfish again, you know? I mean, what's necessarily good for me might not be good for you. So if that's the case, you've just got to say so.
Kate: All right, Sonny, I am going to make a speech right now. Are you listening? When I was a very young girl, I made a conscious choice to build my life to my specifications, to become an independent woman so that when and if the time ever came, I could marry for love, not for financial security, not for social standing. And guess what? I did that, and it led me to you. Nothing is going to stop me from becoming your wife.
Kate: Maybe we should wait and go the old fashioned route, save it for our wedding night.
Sonny: Not a chance.
Patrick: I want to hear you admit it. Robin asked you to dump Jake off to give me a little preview of baby life, didn't she?
Elizabeth: I will admit to no such thing. I was in a jam. I needed a sitter, thought of Robin, simple as that.
Patrick: Elizabeth, don't deny it. You're busted. And by the way, your little scam didn't work. I was great with Jake.
Robin: When was that?
Patrick: Very funny. Okay, I was a little out of my realm in the beginning, but I'm not incapable of adapting.
Robin: All right, well, that wasn't the point.
Patrick: Ah, you set me up, didn't you?
Robin: Only for the purposes of demonstration. Obviously, you are smart enough to pick up a skill like diapering or feeding a child --
Patrick: Oh, well, thank you.
Robin: But that does not translate into wanting the burden of every day, day-to-day care. And the only reason that you did excel was because you wanted to stick it to me and Elizabeth. So that brings me to the pertinent question -- if I am having a baby, why would I want to live with someone who would rather be hung by their nails than have one around?
Patrick: How impossible are you going to be? Elizabeth has explained to me how much I'd be missing out if I didn't step up as a father. Elizabeth, could you explain it again, please? Clearly, Robin didn't retain it the first time.
Scott: Hey, I'm surprised that you agreed to meet me for dinner -- pleasantly, that is.
Logan: Well, I figured we could take this time to get to know each other a little better.
Scott: Well, now, that's encouraging. So how is it wheeling some old mobster around for a living?
Logan: Excuse me. Excuse me; I need to have a word with you.
Johnny: Yeah, I don't talk to the hired help.
Logan: If you gave a damn about Lulu, you'd tell her you're as crazy as the rest of your family and leave her alone.
Johnny: Okay, try to follow -- I won, you lost. Lulu's mine. She doesn't want anything to do with you. That means -- hey, pay attention. You don't get a say in what goes on anymore in her life now get the hell out of my face and get back to work. My father might need to be wiped.
Scott: Hey, hey, call security. He, hey, hey, hey, hey.
Scott: Zacchara, I will have you arrested.
Lulu: Is Kate here?
Maxie: No, she's out for the day with Sonny and she doesn't want to be disturbed, so you don't need to worry about liking your job.
Lulu: Good, because I want to get something straight with you. My mother has an incurable condition called psycho-motor disassociation. She had a total emotional and psychotic break. She is trapped inside her own body. No one can be certain what she feels or if she's aware of what's going on around her. No one can be sure that she's not screaming inside every single day for somebody to help her. So when you say that my mom's sitting in a rocking chair staring at a wall, it's not a joke. It's not some everyday snarky Maxie insult, it's cruel. It's like making fun of somebody with cancer or AIDS. So if you want to come after me, come after me any way you want. But if you ever make fun of my mother again --
Maxie: You can skip the empty threats, Lulu. Okay, I knew I went too far as soon as the words came out of my mouth. What happened to your mom was way too awful to use as ammunition in a fight, and I'm sorry. I know you won't believe me when I say it.
Lulu: Well, don't even say it then.
Maxie: But I'm pretty sure we won't talk about this again, so I might as well get it off my chest. Your mom went crazy for a reason.
Lulu: Yes, because Scott Baldwin made her believe that she killed Rick Webber.
Maxie: What about all the stuff that happened with your dad? The danger, the loss -- don't you think that had anything to do with it?
Lulu: Your saying that my -- what, my dad's to blame?
Maxie: I'm saying that you're Laura’s daughter, and you're taking a lot of the same chances that she did.
Claudia: Your young friend is not only sick smart, he's also very perceptive. Especially about the weird dynamic between you and Sonny.
Jason: You're not one to talk about weird dynamics. He's babbling. He's got a fever.
Claudia: He was dead on. Sonny blames himself for what happened to Michael. He thinks he deserves to be punished, so he gives away the business that he spent his entire life building, just hands it over to you? That's not enough pain for Sonny. He's gonna convince himself that he wants it back, that he deserves it. You took it from him, so he will force your hand. He will get himself all worked up into a good mad, and then he'll make a run for you. And he will maneuver himself into a situation where you're forced to kill him, saving himself the pain and the mess. And then finally, the punishment fits the crime.
Jason: I don't deal in made up situations.
Claudia: You don't read a lot of Greek tragedies, do you? This couldn't be more oedipal, unless you slept with your mother and gouged your eyes out.
Jason: Are you delirious?
Claudia: Okay, when everything that Spinelli just predicted comes true, I will try really hard not to remind you that you were warned.
Claudia: It's time to get him to a hospital.
Kate: Sonny, I need you.
Sonny: You okay?
Kate: I need a refill.
Sonny: All right.
Singer: Oh my baby we both know
Sonny: Here you go.
Kate: Thank you.
Sonny: I see something here. I got --
Singer: Bring us back to love quietly we whisper and softly we collide we move toward each other you feel like a dream that's made me believe it's true I've spent all of my life just waiting for someone
Sonny: I'm coming.
Kate: I'm waiting.
Singer: Please let's stay
Singer: Baby please
Singer: No one else to need waiting all my life so baby please so many loves have cried so many loves have lied so many many many times and I'll never leave you cold baby please
Elizabeth: I know, I never should have projected my opinion on to your situation.
Robin: I think what Elizabeth is saying is that she thinks she should keep a safe distance.
Elizabeth: No, no, that's not what I said, either.
Elizabeth: Okay, fine. If the two of you are going to insist that I get in the middle, I will tell you what I really think. Every set of parents is different. Some men are ideally suited for raising children and some are not. And still others are not capable of being there for a number of reasons. But the important thing, the critical thing, is that you guys always remain honest with each other so no one person is expecting more than the other is prepared to give. And the two of you can decide if what's available to be had is enough -- or not. My suggestion to you both is that you really, really talk it through before this baby gets here. And that 's the extent of my advice. I'm going to go get my kid now.
Patrick: I can see why you are friends with her.
Robin: What do you mean?
Patrick: Well, I only see Elizabeth in a professional setting. I forget how much life experience she has and how wise she is from it.
Elizabeth: Thank you both very much for taking such good care of him. Can you say bye-bye, Jake?
Elizabeth: Say bye-bye, see you soon.
Robin: Bye, Jake.
Robin: I have to say I am very impressed with you.
Robin: Because you were man enough to respect Elizabeth’s advice even though she sided with me.
Patrick: What are you talking about? It was clear she was on my side.
Lulu: Let me guess where this is going. I am too fragile to be with Johnny. I should stay away from him for my own good. You are so predictable, not to mention shameless, for using my mother's condition as a way to try and break up me and Johnny.
Maxie: I have no problem going after Johnny wearing a bathing suit or taking advantage of time spent stranded together in an elevator. None of that is any more or any worse than what you did breaking up Georgie and Dillon’s marriage.
Lulu: Oh, God, are you ever going to stop throwing that in my face?
Maxie: Probably not, because I miss my sister and I hate that her life's over. I try not to obsess about it. But when I let myself, I think that if Georgie had stayed with Dillon, maybe she would still be alive.
Lulu: Are we comparing horrible things we've done?
Maxie: I'm trying to explain to you that where I would be happy to hurt your feelings and take away your boyfriend, I do not want you to lose your mind.
Lulu: Uh, my mind is just fine, thank you.
Maxie: Your mom was unstable and cracked after years of violence and loss and now you're in a serious relationship with a mob prince who has a homicidal father? Tell me how any of that is good for --
Lulu: You don't know what you're talking about right now.
Maxie: Illnesses run in families, everything from breast cancer to bipolar disorder. You have Laura’s genes, so why are you taking the same chances?
Lulu: Okay, all right, you know what? I think that you are trying to show concern in a twisted and completely inappropriate way right now, but you don't have to worry, okay? Because I'm not my mother and I'm not going to go crazy over Johnny or for any other reason.
Det. Harper: So you're telling me what we've got here is your basic public brawl. I'm a detective.
Scott: Yeah, and I'm the special prosecutor. That's why I called you. Now, I want you to arrest him on assault charges.
Johnny: That's not at all what happened.
Det. Harper: Are you willing to give your statement?
Johnny: I don't say a damn thing without my lawyer.
Scott: Well, you better have yourself a pretty good lawyer. Now here's what happened. He attacked my son. He went into some kind of psycho rage and he tried to kill him -- I want you to arrest him, Harper. Arrest him now.
Det. Harper: You have a right to remain silent. Anything you say may be used against you in a court of law. You have a right to an attorney. If you can't afford an attorney, one will be provided for you at interrogation time and at court.
Kate: This can't wait. There's been a change in plans that affects everything.
Paramedic: How long since your first exposure?
Jason: 24 hours.
Paramedic: The virus is only contagious for the first two to four hours, both of you past it.
Jason: What about Spinelli?
Paramedic: He's not contagious, but his fever is in the danger zone and he's not responding to medication. We need to get him to the E.R. stat.
Claudia: He's going to be fine. We got them here in time. He's -- he's going to be fine.
Jason: You don't -- you don't know that. I mean, sometimes the worst really happens.
Carly: "And the children laughed and laughed and laughed."
Carly: I'm sorry I've been so distracted, baby. You see, there's a pretty good chance I could be pregnant and that would be wonderful news, except for one thing. The baby could be Sonny's as easily as Jax’s.
>> On the next "General Hospital" --
Carly: I was just, um --
Jax: Confessing to Morgan.
Patrick: Now you're saying it's better that my child doesn't me at all?
Maxie: You have to get better. I don't know what I would do without you.
Claudia: Spinelli is the only guy I've met that's not trying to sleep with me or kill me. Which one are you again?
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