GH Transcript Thursday 6/26/08

General Hospital Transcript Thursday 6/26/08


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Nikolas: I can't believe you're actually here before me.

Nadine: Well, it's hard to explain what it means, being able to just help someone without asking for their insurance card. You should be really proud of what you've done.

Nikolas: I am, but I had a lot of help. Because of you, this place is a real tribute to Emily. Thank you.

Anthony: Handcuffs?

Officer Riley: It's procedure.

Anthony: Procedure. Imagine if I had your son trussed up like an animal and I told you it was procedure, Officer Riley.

Anthony: You okay?

Johnny: I spent the night in jail, so how do you think I am?

Anthony: That's what you get for going after Logan in a public place. I taught you better than that. All right, I'm going to get you out of here, whatever it takes.

Jerry: I missed you.

Alexis: You didn't have time. I just left you a few minutes ago. You've got sixty seconds. Make it good.

Claudia: Yeah, go ahead. No, really. I can wait.

Carly: I'm fine. It's passed, okay?

Jax: You still haven't answered my question.

Carly: When did this become an interrogation?

Jax: When you started dodging.

Carly: No, I didn't take a test, because there's no reason.

Jax: But you're feeling nauseous. That's called morning sickness.

Carly: No.

Jax: Yes.

Carly: I ate something bad.

Jax: Okay, let's just say there's a slight chance that you're pregnant. Wouldn't it make sense to start taking care of yourself soon as possible?

Carly: I didn't have wine with you last night, and I didn't have coffee this morning. Are you happy?

Jax: Right, so you're saying there is a chance that you're pregnant?

Carly: No, no, no, you think there's a chance.

Jax: Oh, no, that's an awful lot of trouble to go through just to indulge me. Come on, why don't you just take a test and find out? Come on.

Carly: Because maybe I don't want to know.

Nadine: I organized the supplies according to the frequency with which they'll be used, sort of like a triage.

Hilda: When the levels get low, the computer will automatically generate a purchase order and send it to my inbox as clinic manager and to each of you.

Nadine: So we can spend less time bookkeeping and me time helping people.

Nikolas: Thank you. You -- you did a great job getting everything together in such a short time. Thank you.

Nadine: Well, now all we need is people to help. Hi.

Leyla: Hi. I stopped by for a few hours to volunteer, but have you guys had to delay opening?

Nikolas: No, no, we're -- we're actually open. There's just no one here.

Leyla: To take advantage of a free clinic? People should be lining up.

Nikolas: I know, I know. You're right, and I'm sure that it's no accident that they're not.

Monica: Oh, my God. Has something happened to Edward?

Tracy: No, no, no, Daddy's fine. Well, he's not fine. Since Michael’s accident, he just sits in the study and broods. Actually, I was thinking of making up some crisis at E.L.Q. to give him something to focus on.

Monica: Well, that's okay with me. I mean, as long as we keep him moving. So that's not why you're here.

Tracy: Do I have to have a reason?

Monica: Yeah, yeah, pretty much. What, have you run out of people to harass in Port Charles?

Tracy: Oh, nice to see your recovery is progressing. You're still the pain in the ass you always were.

Monica: Well, you know, like they say, one day at a time. But I am back to reading the medical journals so I can get back to work and get my life back.

Tracy: I'm glad.

Monica: Thank you. I'm not, however, at the stage of the apologies and the reparations at the moment, so if that's why you're here --

Tracy: No, no, I need your advice about Lulu.

Anthony: I've spoken to the monkey. I heard his version. Now I want to hear yours.

Johnny: I can handle this.

Anthony: Clearly not. Listen, you had a taste of running things when you thought I was done, and that's all right. It's nature. It's the biological imperative. The young needing to push out the old. But John, I'm not ready to spend my days pruning the roses. Not yet. I'm a fact of your life, just like this garbage they're trying to pin on you. I know you're not stupid enough to go after somebody in public unprovoked, but they're going to try to make that stick, and Trevor says they're talking about attempted murder.

Johnny: That's a joke.

Anthony: It's not a joke.

Johnny: Fine. Logan had a thing for Lulu. He still does. She cut him loose, and he didn't want to take no for an answer, so he got in my face at the hotel last night, told me that I'm putting Lulu in too much danger and I should walk away. I didn't like that idea, so he hit me. I hit him back harder.

Anthony: This isn't about who started a fistfight. This is about your name. You're my son. They couldn't hold me. They couldn't keep me locked up, so now they're coming after you. The cops, Special Prosecutor Baldwin, that bitch Alexis Davis. But as God is my witness, John, they will not get away with it.

Alexis: Why are you here?

Claudia: Justice would be nice. My brother spent the entire night in lockup for defending himself.

Alexis: The special prosecutor was there.

Claudia: The special prosecutor is Logan’s father. One could almost understand him subverting the law, abusing the power of his office to protect his son. What's your excuse?

Alexis: We're done here.

Claudia: Being frisky, Ms. Davis, because you're getting some?

Jerry: Excuse me. You're forgetting yourself, Ms. Zacchara.

Claudia: No, I don't forget anything, Mr. Jacks. Logan Hayes is walking around free, and my brother spent the night in lockup for no other reason than his name is Zacchara.

Alexis: Assault is assault. It has nothing to do with his name.

Claudia: If that was true, then you wouldn't be getting so cozy with a man here who has committed a number of assaults himself.

Alexis: Out.

Alexis: You better tell me what's going on between the two of you, because if you don't, I'm sure Claudia will be more than happy to.

Tracy: This is not just some rebellious teenager. Lulu is involved with John Zacchara.

Monica: Do you think that he had anything to do with what happened to Michael?

Tracy: No, but plenty others just like it, and I don't want Lulu to be another name on his list.

Monica: So why did you come to me?

Tracy: Because nothing I say is getting through to Lulu. I warned her about Dillon. We all know how that ended up. Then I warned her about Logan, the son of her father's worst enemy.

Monica: Tracy, Tracy, have you looked at my track record as a parent? I mean, Emily and -- and A.J. are gone. Jason is slowly destroying himself, and you come to me for advice?

Tracy: Because you've been through it.

Monica: I seem to remember that I was the one that advocated that Jason should have his space. He should -- he should be free to make choices.

Tracy: And if you had it to do over again, what would you do?

Monica: Everything in my power to get him away from Sonny and that lifestyle. Everything. So that is my advice to you, Tracy. You do everything that is absolutely necessary to get Lulu away from Zacchara and that mob. Come on, you're good at manipulating and scheming. Now is the perfect time to put those skills to use. You do whatever you can do. Don't make the same mistake I did. You go and you save that girl's life.

Johnny: Hi, just missed the old man.

Claudia: Think that was an accident? I'm worried about you, Johnny. I can't deal with his mind games right now.

Johnny: Fine.

Claudia: I can't believe they're doing this to you.

Johnny: Look, compared to being locked up in a padded cell and kicked around all day by Sonny and his band of merry men, this is nothing. Besides, they got nothing on me. The people at the hotel saw it was a fair fight.

Claudia: John, listen. Logan Hayes’ father is the special prosecutor.

Johnny: Okay, and our father is Anthony Zacchara. He sees an attack on me as an attack on him. He takes it personally.

Claudia: Yeah, I hate that old man, but I'll tell you what. I'm happy right now that he's in your corner. Maybe that'll make her think twice before she tries to do this to you again.

Johnny: She?

Claudia: Alexis Davis. She's the one who's keeping you in lockdown while she's up there having a quickie in her office with Jerry Jacks.

Johnny: Nice.

Jerry: I love it. It brings color to your cheeks, jealousy. It makes you even more desirable.

Alexis: I wouldn't be a very good attorney if I got distracted that easily.

Jerry: Come on, I have nothing resembling a personal relationship with Claudia Zacchara, your honor, much less a sexual encounter.

Alexis: You were pawing her on the docks.

Jerry: It was just a kiss. I mean, it was just done to, you know, to get a reaction out of you.

Alexis: Sleeping with you doesn't make me totally stupid. I know that you were interested in doing business with her, and the two of you were clearly sparring just then.

Jerry: Come on, Claudia’s beloved brother is in custody. She holds you responsible for it. She's using our relationship to get to you and being rather obvious about it.

Alexis: There's something obvious about this, which is why you can't come to my office anymore. I don't want you anywhere around the vicinity of where I work.

Jerry: You know what? Suddenly, I feel used.

Alexis: You'll get over it.

Jerry: Well, you'll make it up to me, though.

Kate: So, Sonny and I have discussed it further, and we have decided to go for an autumn wedding, which will dictate color and palette and fabric.

Maxie: That's -- that's not much time.

Kate: Well, then, Maxie, let's not waste a moment. I need to speak with Federico and Maha about the gowns, and where is Lulu?

Maxie: She's in Manhattan picking up the proofs for the hotel photo shoot because Yoji is still using film.

Kate: Oh, wow. Yoji could stick pinholes in cardboard boxes for all I care. His work is fabulous.

Maxie: Anything else?

Kate: Yes, those photos need to be placed in the flat pan by the end of the week. Otherwise, we won't stay on schedule. And I want a copy on my desk by then.

Maxie: What about the shoes and gowns?

Kate: Yes, let's talk about the wedding. Okay, shoes. I think that Stuart will do a fabulous job on some shoes, and oh, I want Karl Levant to do Sonny's tux.

Maxie: Okay, I will make a call.

Kate: Okay, and -- oh, no, wait, Maxie. Make sure you make a list of the floral designers.

Maxie: Oh, okay.

Kate: And Maxie, you need to set up a meeting for me and Jax in Manhattan with the European distributors.

Maxie: Oh, they were under the impression you were meeting them at their offices in Paris.

Kate: Oh, no, I don't think at Jax is going to want to travel far away from home. It's not common knowledge, but Carly is pregnant.

Carly: Look, I know how badly you want a child. I just put my -- I just put Michael in a permanent care facility, and I'm struggling to get through each day, and I'm terrified for Morgan.

Jax: Oh, that was the whole point of Sonny giving up paternity, so you wouldn't have to be.

Carly: I know that, but it's common knowledge that Morgan is Sonny's son, and until Jason’s been running the business for a while and until Sonny's enemies believe that he's gone legit, Morgan’s still a target, and I don't want to bring another baby into this world with that fear.

Jax: Hey, listen to me. If you are pregnant, we will find a way to keep the baby and Morgan safe, okay?

Carly: More than anything, it's too soon. I'm not ready. I need some time. I mean, if I'm pregnant, we're going to know, because I'm going to start showing some signs, and if I'm not, we're going to know that, too. But just not knowing just seems easier right now, and I -- can you understand that?

Jax: Yeah, okay, okay. I understand. I understand. I'm sorry I pressured you. Okay. I'm late for work. You call me if you need me, okay? Okay.

Carly: Hey, I need to see you as soon as possible.

Scott: You ready to get your game on, toots?

Alexis: If by that you mean throw you out on your misogynistic butt, sure.

Scott: Oh, now, I'm sure your boyfriend Jerry has said a lot worse things to you.

Alexis: You got the memo, too? My private life isn't open for discussion anymore.

Scott: Well, it is when you bring it into the office, Alexis. Come on, come on, come on. Lighten up, okay. We're on the same team. I'm here to help.

Alexis: With what?

Scott: Well, the charges that we're going to bring against little Johnny the mobster in his arraignment. First of all, bail denied.

Alexis: I'm not sure I'm filing any charges.

Scott: He tried to kill my son.

Alexis: Well, preliminary interviews said that the fight was a fair fight. In fact, one of the witnesses said that your son threw the first punch.

Scott: Ah, come on. Come on, Alexis. It's the mob, for crying out loud. They're paying off witnesses.

Alexis: So? I'll trip them up in court.

Scott: Not if they're afraid for their lives.

Alexis: Why are you pushing this so hard? It's just two boys fighting over a girl.

Scott: Because your ex-husband, Lansing, the father of your child, is representing Anthony Zacchara. He got him released from prison.

Alexis: What's your point?

Scott: My point is that you didn't put up much of a fight. Your conduct might be in question. In fact, the state board might be interested.

Alexis: I'll stand behind my professional conduct, which is a lot more than I can say for yours, toots.

Scott: You'll keep Johnny locked up. Otherwise, my name will be back on this plaque.

Claudia: What is it about the opposite sex that makes normal, intelligent people like yourself turn into mental defectives? They throw everything out the window. I don't -- I don't get it.

Johnny: Clearly.

Claudia: Okay, look, we're animals, Johnny. We have animal instincts and urges, and we act on them or we don't, period. You know, there is a way, though, we can make this whole situation go away. If you broke up with Lulu, then she would go running back to Logan Hayes, and everybody would be happy.

Johnny: Yeah, not funny.

Claudia: I'm only half kidding, Johnny. That girl's trouble.

Johnny: I know you don't like her.

Claudia: I don't like what she's doing to you. Okay, you were ready to step up, John. You were going to take over the business, and --

Johnny: Hey, our father was bedridden, incapacitated, and out of sound mind.

Claudia: Yeah.

Johnny: Now he's back.

Claudia: Yeah, he's back now, and he's using Lulu to keep you in line.

Johnny: That's what I want him to think.

Claudia: You don't even see it, Johnny. You are too wrapped up in that whiny, immature little thing and her high school drama. I mean, come on. Her ex-boyfriend attacks you, starts a fight in a public place. Johnny, I could see it -- I really could, if she was a woman that was up to your standards, if she was a woman who was fiery and passionate and had a brain on her, for God's sakes. But I don't get it, Johnny. I really don't get it. Why is that girl worth the trouble? Please tell me, because I -- I want to know.

Johnny: It's not even worth explaining. You think love kills.

Claudia: I think love could be really dangerous for you. I think getting all wrapped up in some girl could push you right over the edge, could take you and -- look, it could turn you from a really decent, normal guy with a couple of wild impulses into a guy like our father, who gets what he wants and kills what he loves.

Leyla: I just don't understand. The people who should be pouring through those doors are the very people General Hospital is turning away.

Hilda: We're not in competition.

Leyla: Well, then why would anyone stop us from giving free health care to people who can't afford it?

Nikolas: Ah, Mayor Floyd.

Mayor Floyd: The response to your free clinic seems underwhelming.

Nikolas: Yes, well, that may have something to do with the fact that my ads were pulled pending review by the Department of Public Health.

Mayor Floyd: Well, standards had to be met.

Nikolas: Standards have been met. You're just trying to scare people away and choke us with red tape, and you know it.

Mayor Floyd: I have an obligation to protect the public.

Nikolas: Your obligation is to protect the hmos and the drug companies as well as the bottom line of your buddies on the board of directors.

Mayor Floyd: Well, that is a bit grandiose to think that your little clinic poses a major threat to corporations.

Nikolas: Well, it's about -- it's about setting a precedent, is it not, Mayor? I mean, giving away medications and -- and services that corporations can charge an arm and a leg for, right? Better let the uninsured suffer and die than upset the status quo, right?

Mayor Floyd: You want to honor the memory of your late fiancée by doing some good. I admire that. But there are better ways of doing it.

Nadine: We have our first patients.

Nikolas: Oh, excuse me. I have work to do.

Nadine: Go ahead and take a seat. Go ahead and take a seat.

Coleman: Hi, Carly.

Carly: Hey.

Coleman: Your usual. I was -- I was really sorry to hear about your son. It's -- it's on the house.

Carly: You know what? I'll take some water instead. Thank you.

Diane: Hi.

Carly: Hi.

Diane: Any particular reason you wanted to meet me here?

Coleman: Oh, my favorite lady lawyer. What are you in the mood for?

Diane: Single malt scotch, neat.

Coleman: Single malt scotch.

Diane: Not that I don't appreciate the ambiance, but you did indicate that this was going to be a business conversation.

Carly: I need to know if this is covered under attorney-client privilege.

Diane: Jason has me on a very generous retainer, because one of my more challenging responsibilities is representing you. So yes, I am speaking as your attorney, and nothing you say will go any further.

Carly: Great. I might be pregnant, and Sonny or Jax could be the father.

Diane: [Coughs] Mr. Coleman, cancel the scotch. I'm going to need a clear head for this.

Johnny: I know, you're just trying to look out for me.

Claudia: You're our father's son. Some things are already decided for you.

Johnny: Living alone, cut off, it may be the safe choice.

Claudia: You're not alone.

Johnny: Lulu makes me happy. That's not a concept we're familiar with.

Claudia: She hates me, Johnny.

Johnny: Now, why would you think that? After the warm reception you've given her?

Claudia: Well, maybe I'm afraid that she's going to make you hate me, too.

Johnny: Come on.

[Door opens]

Tracy: I need a word with your brother, please, in private.

Claudia: Really? Well, I would like for you to deliver a message to the other vultures.

Johnny: It's fine, Claudia. I'll talk to her.

Claudia: Ric.

Ric: Hi.

Claudia: Hi. Get my brother released. My family will show its gratitude. The quicker you do it, the more grateful I, personally, will be.

Ric: Really?

Claudia: Mm-hmm.

Ric: Have you thought this all the way through?

Claudia: What?

Ric: Well, how much better it would be for you if your brother stayed in jail.

Tracy: I have one simple question for you. Yes or no? Did your father kill your mother?

Alexis: I'm going to need you to do a second interview with the people at the hotel that saw the fight break out between Zacchara and Hayes.

Lucky: Anything in particular you're looking for?

Alexis: I think everybody knows that they were fighting over Lulu. So, Baldwin’s out for blood. And I'm sure you're not that happy about the fact that your sister is dating a member of the mob elite.

Lucky: I really hope you didn't just compare me to Scott Baldwin.

Alexis: Just go find out if anyone saw who threw the first punch.

Lucky: You got it.

Alexis: Okay.

Alexis: I'm busy right now.

Anthony: I'll be gone just as soon as you drop all charges against my son and release him.

Alexis: The police are just holding him until an investigation is complete.

Anthony: How's that little girl of yours -- Kristina? She enjoying that day camp she goes to?

Kate: Ava arguedas, Rachel Moore, these are the most highly sought after wedding coordinators around, and I want to interview both of them sooner rather than later. Oh, I should probably view some archival footage of some high-profile weddings. How about Tom and Katie in Italy?

Maxie: Beyonce and Jay-Z?

Kate: Yes. Oh, and, Maxie, I need to speak to the major houses for china and silver. And we need a charity for people to donate in lieu of gifts.

Jax: Morning, guys.

Kate: Oh, hello, Jax. Maxie, hold all my calls. We have a lot to discuss.

Maxie: I'll have them forwarded to my cell phone.

Kate: And where are you going, Maxie?

Maxie: I figured I would go to the hospital and check on Spinelli.

Jax: Spinelli's in the hospital?

Maxie: He's going to be fine.

Jax: Give him my best.

Kate: Well, it is your lunch break.

Maxie: Thank you so much, Kate.

Jax: I was here to discuss the budget projection for "Crimson," but all I hear are wedding plans.

Kate: Well, I did mention that I was going to do a full spread in "Crimson."

Jax: Are you sure that's a good idea?

Carly: Thanks. Sonny and had just left Michael at the Aftercare facility. We were emotional and we weren't thinking clearly, and we basically reconnected. It didn't change anything between the two of us. We both knew that. And when I went home, Jax was there. He reached out and we --

Diane: Reconnected as well.

Carly: Yeah. So, you know, I know how bad this sounds.

Diane: I'm not making any moral judgments. I'm just assessing.

Carly: I was with Sonny and Jax on the same night and I have been nauseous two days in a row.

Diane: Carly, I deal in facts. I don't deal in old wives' tales. Have you actually taken a pregnancy test?

Carly: No, because everything I'm feeling tells me I'm pregnant, and when Jax finds out he's going to be thrilled. He's going to be screaming it from the rooftops. And when Sonny hears about it he's going to get suspicious. I need to know my legal rights before Sonny comes to me and starts asking --

Diane: Max!

Tracy: I have not lived my life in pampered isolation. In fact, one of my previous husbands was a fairly high-ranking crime figure. After his untimely death, I briefly ran his business. I remember hearing stories about Anthony Zacchara -- how he killed his wife and pinned it on an unnamed intruder.

Johnny: Where are you going with this?

Tracy: Your life is saturated with violence. You are the only son of a major crime boss, and you have been groomed to take his place. If you allow things to continue with Lulu, it's only a question of time before she pays the price your mother did.

Claudia: Careful, Mr. Lansing. If my father even suspected you're willing to leave John locked up, he'd have you drawn and quartered.

Ric: No, no, no, Claudia, I am well aware of Anthony's obsession with his son, okay? It makes sense. John is his chance at immortality, the personification of his power. It really has nothing to do with John at all. It's all about Anthony's legacy. See, if John were to go away -- if he were to go away to prison, should we say, that chance at immortality, i.e., his favorite child, would be you.

Anthony: That day camp you're sending Kristina to -- what a nice place. Tennis, horseback riding. But doesn't it make you nervous to have your kid so near a lake?

Alexis: Get out.

Anthony: I mean, kids wander off. They go into the water unsupervised.

Alexis: Leave my daughter alone.

Anthony: A child can drown in a matter of seconds.

Alexis: Get him out of here!

Anthony: You're a parent. You worry. So do I. Ease my worries, I'll ease yours.

Nikolas: Uh, Mayor, I think it's bad politics to look this unhappy when so many people are getting so much help. It might look unsympathetic to the common man, you know.

Mayor Floyd: Hmm. I am sorry that you won't listen to reason.

Nikolas: Or that I won't cave to moneyed interests.

Mayor Floyd: Need I remind you that your family's money has paid for all this? The Cassadines aren't exactly known for kindness and benevolence to their fellow man, now, are they?

Nikolas: No, they're not, but I think it's time for that to change.

Mayor Floyd: Well, good. Enjoy those warm and fuzzy feelings while you can. You won't be open for long.

Nadine: That man defines what is wrong with the American political system.

Leyla: Yes, and you made a fool of him. I don't know how you got those patients in here, but I could kiss you. Or maybe I'll just leave that up to Nikolas.

Nadine: Why would you say that?

Leyla: Because you single-handedly kept his dream alive.

Nadine: Right, and I'm sure he's grateful.

Leyla: Uh, I think what he feels for you is a little more than grateful.

Nadine: Really? No.

Leyla: Yeah.

Nadine: How much more?

Leyla: Well, I mean --

Nadine: No, I --

Nikolas: Hey, how did you do it? How did you get those patients in the door? How did you do it?

Nadine: I had some help.

Max: Uh, what was that you wanted to talk to the boss about -- I'm sorry -- Mr. C.

Diane: Uh, Max, while I'm always delighted to see you, Carly and I are in the middle of a professional discussion to which you cannot be privy.

Max: I'm sorry; I didn't realize you were working. I just wanted to say hi to Mrs. C. And tell her how sorry I am about Michael. And if there's anything I can do, please let me know.

Carly: How did you know I was here?

Max: Jason has guards on you and Morgan 24-7. Just because the boss is no longer the boss doesn't mean you two are safe, and Jason just wants to make sure. I'll leave you two to your business. Ms. Miller.

Diane: Mr. Giambetti.

Carly: Bye, Max.

Max: Bye.

Carly: Why did you think Max was here to see you?

Diane: The vagaries of Max's behavior are beside the point. You may or may not be carrying a little bundle which could be Jax's or Sonny’s. That's going to make for a potentially volatile custody situation.

Carly: I know that. If Sonny turns out to be the father, does he have any paternal rights, since he already signed away Michael and Morgan?

Claudia: You're a smart man, but you have completely misread the situation.

Ric: Really? How so?

Claudia: If my brother were to disappear off the face of the earth tomorrow, I'd be dead the next day. My father would never low anyone to profit from my brother's death. John's all that matters to my dad. He's all that ever will. That's the one truth you need to grasp if you're going to survive --

Ric: You don't think very highly of yourself, do you, Ms. Zacchara? Where does this all leave you?

Claudia: I love my brother.

Ric: Oh, of course.

Claudia: Whatever John inherits, whatever he controls, whatever he runs, I do it with him.

Ric: Right. All for him?

Claudia: So I'll tell you something. It's a really poor strategy indeed to try to turn me against my brother.

Ric: You're missing the point.

Claudia: Yeah, well, so far, I'm not impressed.

Johnny: I'm not my father.

Tracy: Not yet. Look, you obviously have feelings for Lulu. If that's true, you must know that she'd be better off away from you. She'd be safer, not just from the violence, but from the day-to-day chaos that you call your life. Lulu can't handle it. She's too fragile.

Johnny: Fragile?

Tracy: You must know that Lulu's mother became catatonic because she psychologically couldn't handle the stress and the danger. Why would you want to put Lulu in the same position?

Johnny: Why don't you make up your mind? How exactly is it that I'm supposed to destroy Lulu? Because it seems more to me that you're just throwing anything against a wall to see what sticks.

Tracy: Maybe that's my point. There a number of ways it could happen and only one that it won’t. Let her go.

Guard: You have another visitor. Lulu Spencer.            

Jerry: Ah, I was so pleased to hear from you so soon, though I have to admit I thought you'd make me work harder.

Alexis: You said that you would keep Kristina safe. Do you still mean that?

Jerry: What's the matter? Did someone threaten you?

Alexis: I just went to pick her up at her day camp. Anthony Zacchara has someone there watching her. He said that he would hurt her if I don't get his son released.

Jerry: Don't worry. I'm going to fix this.

Nadine: I went into playgrounds, vacant lots, even the projects just handing out flyers, talking to people, telling them what we're trying to do here.

Nikolas: Okay, but you said you had some help. So, who --

[Door opens]

Nadine: Oh -- [Chuckling]

Nikolas: Was it, uh, my brother here?

Nadine: Um, no offense, but I don't think anyone would've talked to me if I was with a cop.

Nikolas: Well, then, who was it?

Nadine: Um, it's amazing, the effect this little guy has on people.

Nikolas: Right. So you're telling me that you went into the projects alone with nothing but wrist ducky there?

Nadine: Mm-hmm [Chuckling]

Lucky: Congratulations, big brother.

Nikolas: Thank you.

Lucky: Yeah, I'm proud of you. Emily would be, too. I mean, this is one hell of a tribute.

Nikolas: Yeah, well, that was the idea, you know. And seeing it now just makes me think of how much she would want to be a part of it. Makes me miss her even more right now.

Maxie: Ms. Howard is going to be interviewing all of the top wedding coordinators. Hold on. Could you tell me what room Damian Spinelli is in?

Nurse: 619.

Maxie: It's going to be the event of the year.

Matt: This patient's EKG was abnormal. That would indicate the meds aren't working.

Maxie: Well, then, I suggest you bring your "A" game.

Matt: Get a bed ready for him in ICU.

Maxie: What the hell!

Matt: Will you watch where the hell you're going?

[Maxie's pda hits the floor]

Kate: You're paying absolutely no attention to those numbers that you insisted we review.

Jax: I'm sorry.

Kate: Jax, I don't blame you for being distracted. As thrilled as I am about my wedding to Sonny, you must be over the moon about Carly's pregnancy.

Jax: Oh, that's not 100% yet. So you shouldn't say anything to anyone, because she has not taken a pregnancy test yet.

Kate: Well, why not?

Jax: Um, because she doesn't want to deal with it right now. Which I totally understand. I mean, she's still grieving. I just thought that the pregnancy would be more important. Because if we knew for sure, then -- well, the baby would change everything.

Diane: The fact that Sonny signed away Michael and Morgan has no bearing on his inherent parental rights, and he still has shared custody of Kristina. He's going to have full rights to the baby you're carrying, if indeed it does prove to be his.

Carly: I know Sonny will pursue this. If he finds out I'm pregnant, he'll want a paternity test.

Diane: Okay, the first order of business is to find out if you are actually pregnant. So, if so, my advice is that you tell Jax everything and formulate a strategy.

Carly: I can't tell Jax anything. It will devastate him.

Diane: Sonny has been my client for a long time now. And I know you're right. If that baby is his, he's going to want it.

Carly: He can't have it.

Diane: Yeah.

Carly: He can't have it. I'm not going to go through what I went through with Michael. There's a way to stop Sonny, and I know how to do it.

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Anna: Robin doesn't need any more stress right now, so I think it's better if you just leave.

Jerry: Don't worry, darling. I'll take it from here.

Spinelli: It is clear that Vixenella has feelings for Stone Cold.

Carly: You're definitely not the father.

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