General Hospital Transcript Thursday 10/23/08
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Tracy: Are you really blaming this bender on me?
Luke: We were at a crossroads. This thing could have gone either way, and then you took up my challenge. You said you'd travel the world with me. We'd just go out there in the wind together, and maybe we'd find a whole new direction.
Tracy: New bars, new floozies, new direction?
Luke: Yeah, well, we were out there for one week, and you split and took all my cash.
Tracy: I don't like pub crawls.
Luke: There was the whole world there in front of us, all those possibilities, and then you quit on me.
Tracy: I don't -- I don't like being the ball-and-chain around your neck.
Luke: When did I ever say that?
Tracy: You didn't have to say it. I could see you wanted to be free.
Luke: Don't you get it? I'll never be free of you, and that's the way I like it.
Lulu: I mean, I know it sounds crazy to say that it's a good thing that I'm getting threatening notes, but it means that I might not actually be crazy.
Trevor: Look, I can't answer your questions right now. I'm leaving the courthouse, so I'll talk to you soon.
Spinelli: The Jackal shall follow Darth Lansing like a second shadow until he determines what the evil one is up to.
Maxie: Not so fast.
Nikolas: Carly, it's not that hard to figure out. He brought that woman here just to make you jealous.
Carly: No, I play those games. Jax doesnít. This is about something else.
Jax: I have a good feeling about you. You're quick, and you're ruthless.
Lawyer: But you like that in a woman?
Jax: I like it in a lawyer. Did you get a chance to look over the papers I sent you?
Lawyer: It's ambitious and risky, but if you want to buy Spoon Island out from under Mr. Cassadine, more power to you.
Jax: Yeah, couldn't happen to a nicer guy.
Lawyer: What did he do to you?
Carly: Jax's body language is a dead giveaway. See, when he flirts, he leans in for more intimacy, or he leans back so he can draw you in. He's not doing either. This is all business.
Olivia: I know, Dante. Yeah, what mother wouldn't love a son who calls his mother all the time, but you're going overboard, okay? I'm in the hospital with your cousin Connie. I'm not out skydiving. Yes, I know. I don't take candy from strangers, and I stay away from the bad guys. Yes, especially Sonny Corinthos. Yeah. Dante says hi.
Kate: Hi, Dante.
Olivia: She says hi. He's looking forward to meeting you very soon. So is she. Okay, sweetie, I love you too. Good night.
Kate: That's amazing.
Olivia: What? The way he calls me all the time?
Kate: No, how you never even once hinted that Sonny is his father.
Claudia: Daddy offered to turn over the entire organization to Sonny. All he wants is a guarantee of Sonny's loyalty.
Jason: Just get to the point.
Claudia: My father wants Sonny to marry me so we all become family.
Jason: It's not going to happen.
Claudia: Well, think about it this way. Sonny's addicted to power, and you won't give it to him. He needs it bad. He needs it to pay Karpov back for humiliating him. He needs it to show himself and everyone who crosses him that he's untouchable. He needs the power. He needs the influence. He needs the money, and most importantly, he needs the fear in his enemy's faces. So if that's the only way to get his fix, he may hate being married to me, but sooner or later he'll agree, and you know it.
Jason: Then why are you here?
Claudia: Because there's one way to stop this deal from happening and to stop the war that it will bring, and that is to make me unavailable to marry Sonny. Marry me yourself.
Spinelli: Maximista is most confusing. You wish me to follow Darth Lansing, but at my first opportunity, you delayed me.
Maxie: Well, because the last time you helped Lulu you ended up in a straitjacket, and this time you could end up wearing cement shoes. I'm just not going to have you risk your life until we have a real reason Trevor would be messing with Lulu.
Lulu: The whole time that I imagined you awake, guiding me through everything, I was relying on you to be my strength, and now I realize that I have to depend on myself, which is what you tried to teach me, even if you were only in my head. But what I do know is, I'm getting out of Shadybrook. I would give anything to take you with me.
Tracy: Thank you. I'm supposed to believe you're crying in your beer because you missed me?
Luke: Yeah, and I'm supposed to believe that you're just here because Lulu needs me?
Tracy: If you missed me so much, you could have emailed, phoned, or sent me one of those cute little shrunken heads.
Luke: Have you checked your messages lately? Maybe your old man has tried to contact us while we were in the slammer. Maybe he's got me free to come back across the border.
Tracy: No calls.
Luke: Oh, hell.
Tracy: And I don't believe your sudden rush of romance. I think you're just covering because I caught up with you.
Luke: Pumpkin. Popsicle. Poopsie, come on. You think that I'm just taking advantage of you because of your undying devotion?
Tracy: Actually, I think you're an opportunist without conscience and that I was a fool to ever express anything but contempt.
Luke: Well, that's just your guilt talking.
Tracy: My guilt? I'm not the one sitting south of the border, swilling tequila and flirting with floozies.
Luke: I had a great adventure planned for us, and you bailed on me, wife.
Jax: My wife and I are going through a divorce. Cassadine is using that to buy into this hotel.
Lawyer: Does your soon-to-be ex-wife care that she's being used?
Jax: Dangling this hotel in front of Cassadine is her way of getting my attention.
Lawyer: I can see this might get complicated.
Jax: I don't like Cassadine using Carly as leverage, and this puts the advantage back in my court.
Lawyer: I'll draw up the papers for your offer on the property. It'll be ready for your signature within the hour.
Jax: Thank you.
Lawyer: This is probably out of line, but as a divorcee, I can tell you that things would be so much better for you if you tried running the hotel with Carly instead of her life.
Nikolas: Now, this is just an observation, but if you can tell yourself that Jax is up to something nefarious, at least you can believe you still have the potential.
Carly: If we're going to have a successful business relationship, you need to trust my instincts.
Jax: Thank you very much.
Nikolas: And what do your instincts tell you right now?
Carly: That Jax is up to no good, and it's aimed at us.
Sonny: Feeling better?
Kate: I am now.
Sonny: Did I interrupt something, or --
Olivia: No, it's just -- just some family stuff. I'll leave you guys alone. Connie, they're coming to take you for tests for a minute, okay, so don't get all connied up about stuff that doesn't matter, okay?
Sonny: Is something going on that I don't know about?
Kate: Well, you know Olivia.
Kate: She and I handle things differently, as do you and I. So, speaking of --
Sonny: She's right. You know what? Let's not get you all connied up, get you all stressed out --
Kate: I know about you two. I know about how you used to take bets to see who could set me off first. We could save a whole lot of time if you would just tell me what I want to hear.
Sonny: Yeah, we could, but it's -- I wouldn't be telling you the truth, and we can keep going over this conversation, but you know what? I'm going to make whoever did this to you pay. That's -- that's it, okay?
Kate: I am the one who got shot. Why don't I get a say in this?
Sonny: Okay, what do you want?
Kate: I want us. I want the life that we planned together.
Orderly: It's time for your tests.
Sonny: Hey. Okay?
Olivia: You know, she's got herself convinced that, given the choice between her and the mob, that you chose her. I know different.
Sonny: You think so?
Olivia: Oh, yeah, I do.
Olivia: I heard you talking to your old man, Sonny. You're going to marry Claudia Zacchara.
Claudia: If I become the 25th Mrs. Sonny Corinthos and Sonny Corinthos takes over the Zacchara organization, you are headed for a war with your former best friend. The only way to stop that is to blow this deal between my father and Sonny. The only way to do that is for you to marry me yourself.
Jason: You want to get married? Let's do it, let's go.
Maxie: Hi, sorry, we need to talk to you.
Spinelli: Yeah, new suspicions have arisen surrounding the devious note-writer.
Lulu: Really? Come in, come in, guys.
Maxie: No, no, no, let's just go to your room.
Lulu: Why? Do you guys feel weird around my mom?
Spinelli: Not at all.
Lulu: It's -- it's okay. I mean, it's not -- she's -- it's kind of like she's sleeping. Just come in. It's fine. So, Mom, Spinelli's here. He's the friend that I told you about. He's -- we've been friends since the day we met.
Spinelli: Greetings, mater of the fair one.
Maxie: She's not deaf.
Maxie: Not that she could understand you if she could hear you, because she canít. Can she?
Lulu: No one knows for sure. Mom, Maxie is also here. She's the last person I ever imagined calling my friend.
Maxie: Hi, Mrs. Spencer, it's me, Maxie Jones. You would remember me if you could remember anything. Okay, well, we really just wanted to talk to you, Lulu, so Spinelli, tell her.
Spinelli: Um, would Trevor be so dastardly as to gaslight you?
Lulu: Trevor? Well, he always hated the idea of me and Johnny. He told Johnny that I was a liability.
Spinelli: Okay, then we must hasten to pick up the dark one's trail and secure proof.
Lulu: What proof?
Spinelli: I'll know when I see it.
Lulu: See? Look at all the help I have.
Tracy: Two days on the road, and I was done. I require indoor plumbing and edible food. Room service, even. I'm more high-maintenance than you, so I came home, where the plumbing works and the food is in fact edible. No hidden agenda.
Luke: Well, I just wanted us to find something out on the road there together that was about us.
Tracy: I don't know what you see when you look in the mirror. I'm a realist.
Luke: That's why we're a doomed pair. What a great team. What a great team.
Sonny: So what, now you're listening at keyholes like your great Aunt Theresa?
Olivia: What? Listen, you're talking out in the hallway.
Sonny: Well, I mean --
Olivia: I hear the words "marry Claudia Zacchara." What, I pay attention. And I did get an earful. Let me see if I get this. You want revenge on this Karpov guy for getting Connie shot. You can't do it on your own. This Zacchara is happy to lend you some muscle, but you got to slip a ring on the daughter's finger. How's that?
Olivia: I've met this girl, Sonny. She is a bitch, and she is a certifiable wacko, and those are the good qualities.
Olivia: So you just be real sure that this power you're going after is worth what you got to do to get it.
Claudia: You realize this is going to cost you, right? I mean, if we're getting married, you're going to actually have to talk to me sometimes. Eye contact, that's progress, but I want -- I want actual conversation.
Claudia: Because we're getting married. That means for the foreseeable future, we're going to be spending a lot of time together.
Claudia: I see. So you're going to marry me so that Sonny can't, and then you're going to send me back to my apartment to live, or wherever else I want to go, even Italy if I want?
Jason: It's your life. You get to live where you want to live.
Claudia: As long as it's not with you. I spent most of my life as a commodity. Anthony Zacchara's only daughter, a useful bargaining chip, sent away until I was needed. Well, husband to be, guess what? I'm needed now. I'm needed by my father. I'm needed by Sonny. I'm sure as hell needed by you. So if we're going to do this, you're going to have to work with me. You're going to have to change your attitude and work with me instead of against me. And why don't you use this time to convince me why I should be marrying you instead of Sonny?
Sonny: Please tell me you didn't spill your guts to Kate about what you just heard.
Olivia: Would you give me some credit? Sonny, please, like I'm going to tell my cousin who's recovering from a gunshot wound, "oh, by the way, they guy you were about to marry, he's going to marry some crazy mob witch instead." Please.
Sonny: I turned Zacchara down. Marrying Claudia is ridiculous, too high a price to pay. Besides, there's only one person that I love, one person that I want to marry, and that's your cousin Kate.
Olivia: Bull, Sonny.
Sonny: Bull, why?
Olivia: You don't give up that easy, or maybe -- maybe you forgot about Tommy Trombini. You remember him? I was supposed to go out with you on New Yearís Eve.
Olivia: Tommy Trombini asked me out. He saw you walking down the street; he clipped you in the ribs. Remember what you did?
Sonny: Trombini was a thug.
Olivia: You remember what you did?
Sonny: So what, who cares?
Olivia: You waited outside his house. You left me freezing my ass off outside the rialto. You waited outside his house so you could jump him and knock his front teeth out.
Sonny: What has that got to do with anything?
Olivia: Because no one gets away with hurting you, Sonny. Okay, maybe you're still going to church on Sunday, but payback is your true religion. Okay, I get it. Maybe you want to avenge my cousin getting shot. But what you really want -- you want to be the guy that's in charge. You want to be the guy that everyone respects and everyone fears, and if you got to marry this Claudia to get that, I got no doubt that's what you're going to do.
Claudia: You know, so far I'm not -- I'm not hearing any of the reasons why I should be your wife. In fact, I'm not hearing anything at all from you except for silence, and I think -- I think I made it clear that I'm not -- I don't have any intention of marrying somebody who refuses to even speak to me.
Jason: You're the one who wanted to get married. Do you want to get married?
Claudia: I'm considering my options. Look, Daddy doesn't trust Sonny, but he needs him for something, obviously, or he never would have offered Sonny control of the entire Zacchara organization. And Sonny -- he wants Karpov dead, right? But I think you and I can both agree that's just an excuse, because Sonny made a huge mistake when he turned over power of his entire organization to you. He wants to run the Zacchara organization so bad that he can taste it. But fine, what happens when he's in charge? What's to stop him from taking over completely? Nothing, except family loyalty, of course. If he's married to me, Sonny becomes a Zacchara. Our interests become his, and then you're the odd man out. Which is why you should really be telling me why I'm better off being married to you than Sonny.
Jason: Who says you have to marry anyone?
Claudia: That's an excellent point. I could -- I could run away. I could change my name, dye my hair, start over someplace totally new as somebody completely different. Maybe everybody would be better off if I did.
Carly: You're Jaxís assistant. It's your job to know who -- okay, I need to know who he has on the calendar so I don't duplicate the same hotel business. I'll take it up with Jax. Hmm.
Nikolas: Okay, so two people who clearly love each other and need to be in each other's lives but won't just give it up and simply be together resort to games and power plays. Is that a fair estimation?
Carly: I would take him back in a second. He's the one fighting this, not me.
Nikolas: Well, I'm hoping you're not just going to run back into his arms and cut me out of this deal here.
Trevor: You take your sweet time, don't you?
Johnny: Well, two meetings with you in one day is overkill.
Trevor: Back off that attitude, kid. I was out at Shadybrook, and we need to talk about Lulu.
Maxie: Trevor's with Johnny.
Spinelli: Jackal P.I.'s cell-phone tracking capability proves accurate once more.
Maxie: Okay, well, how are we going to find out if Trevorís the one blackmailing Lulu?
Lulu: Ah, it's so hard writing down what I feel. They ask me to write down my feelings, but when I read it, it's just -- it's so stupid. Spinelli gave me a poetry book. Maybe I could get some inspiration from that. I could read it to you, too. I'll be right back.
Spinelli: Jackal, P.I. and his trusty colleague Maximista must infiltrate the general proximity of Darth Lansing without detection. Maximista, undercover operations are not the right venue for cyber-chatting --
Maxie: Spinelli, give me a second. I'm trying to confirm the flowers for Patrick and Robin's wedding.
Spinelli: Okay, Lulu's life is --
Maxie: I want to help Lulu as much as you do, but an investigation's a little more time intensive than a simple breakout.
Spinelli: Yeah, but she's being menaced --
Maxie: Yeah, she's stuck in Shadybrook and someone is sending her anonymous letters. It is awful. But it's not like her life is at stake.
Spinelli: She's very --
Maxie: She seems to be doing a lot better since we tried to break her out. She's been acting snotty and insufferable, basically back to her old self, which is why, as much as I want to help her, there is a deadline to this investigation.
Spinelli: There is?
Maxie: At exactly 8 P.M., unless Lulu's tied to some railroad tracks or dangling from a cliff, you and I are putting our rescue efforts on hold, and we're going to focus on the wedding.
Spinelli: With all due respect to --
Maxie: Don't try to talk me out of it, Spinelli. Lulu has a crisis every other month. Patrick and Robin are getting married once. We're going to focus on them.
Spinelli: Oh, come on.
Maxie: We have to wrap this up. We're wasting time.
Carly: The problem I have with this deal is I still don't get your motivation for wanting to buy into the Metro Court.
Nikolas: Carly, I wish I had a practical explanation for wanting to buy this place, but I just -- I donít. I donít. I just want it. And the fact that it bothers Jax makes me want it even more.
Carly: I think you miss Emily. And I have to tell you that buying this hotel isn't going to fill that void.
Nikolas: Yes. Yeah, I'm looking for a diversion. So?
Carly: Well, I go shopping when I'm feeling down, you know? I buy a pair of shoes, a purse. I'm afraid that this hotel is a lot higher maintenance.
Nikolas: It's -- that's it, exactly. It's about something new. I mean, don't you think we should keep ourselves open to new experiences?
Carly: I do. I just think that if you are looking for revenge against Jax, that's -- not here.
Nikolas: No, it's about me getting what I want and not allowing anyone to get in my way. I mean, aren't -- in a way, we kind of using each other? Which is fine. I don't have a problem with that. I'm just --
Carly: I --
Nikolas: No, look. Take all the time you need, okay?
Trevor: Lulu is in a tough situation. But you already know that.
Johnny: You don't have any new information for me, I got no reason to stay.
Trevor: Hey, hear me out. I'm on your side. Can you honestly look me in the eye and tell me that you think Lulu is better off for having seen you?
Johnny: She thinks so.
Trevor: Lulu is not a doctor, John. Look, I want you to contact this man. He was the doctor I brought in to analyze your father in his early stages of his illness. He's going to be more realistic about Lulu's situation.
Spinelli: A-ha! We are emissaries of the fair one. And we have just attained damning evidence as to your treasury, Darth Lansing.
Lulu: Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman. I don't know what kind of poetry you like. People wrote so beautifully about love. Wanting it and losing it. Did I tell you that Johnny plays piano? First time I heard him play, I always say, it was like seeing into his soul. I don't know if I could ever be that brave expressing myself. No, I'm not going to do this. I know you. You would not want me to cheat. No cribbing off of Emily Dickinson. I will find my own words. See? I still feel you with me. I hope you feel me too, Mom. I love you. Good night.
Luke: Senor, happy hour. Getting a little dry over here.
Tracy: Make it two.
Luke: Oh, now, that's what I like to hear. That's wonderful. There's nothing like a little debauchery to bond husband and wife.
Tracy: You know I have accepted you with all your faults, which are legion. Including running away from home. Meaning me.
Luke: Oh, no, not you, sweetheart. Never you.
Tracy: Luke, whenever it gets too stifling for you, you create a drama to justify your skipping town. Whoa. A lesser man would be dead if he treated his body the way you do.
Luke: But a lesser man would never have had as much fun as I've had.
Tracy: On the road, away from me?
Luke: No, you're the most fun of all. Tracy, you spoiled me for everyone else. Other women bore the pants off me. Unfortunate choice of words. With all of your scheming and nagging, you are utterly irresistible.
Claudia: Have you ever tried to leave the mob?
Jason: Maybe once. Actually, twice if you count --
Claudia: What? If you count what? Oh, come on. We're on our way to get married. The very least you can do is share a few of the pertinent details of your -- your early childhood with me. So you were on your way to leave the mob, and then --
Jason: And then the life I tried to make, it -- it didn't work.
Claudia: Wow. Insightful. What about the other time?
Jason: I just went traveling.
Jason: Just places I read about in a book.
Claudia: What, wherever you wanted to go, whatever interested you?
Jason: That was it.
Claudia: That must have amazing. Go someplace, nobody knows who you are. You're totally anonymous. Nobody wants anything from you. Nobody wants to fight you. But I do -- I mean, I noticed you came back. So why did you do that? Did you get lonely?
Jason: I don't know why.
Claudia: You mean you won't say. Oh, maybe you really don't -- you mean you really don't know?
Claudia: I don't -- I get the sense that you don't spend a whole lot of time contemplating your emotional life. Which is why you're willing to marry me right now.
Jason: Okay. I thought you were going to disappear.
Claudia: Is that what this ride is about? I mean, is that what this trip is about? Are we about to get married, or am I about to -- am I about to get a bullet in the back of the head? Because if I'm out of the way, then my father and Sonny don't have any way of making an alliance --
Jason: You don't have to die. For them. All you have to do is leave.
Sonny: I see you again after 20 years, and somehow, you know more about what I'm going to do than I do.
Olivia: I haven't forgotten, Sonny. Okay, I know you got slapped around as a kid, and you watched your mother get the same. And there wasn't a damn thing that you could do about it except develop this great big, fat case of suppressed rage. See, I get it. I really do. I just don't necessarily agree with how you handle it.
Sonny: How I handle it? Deke got what he deserved, that's how I handle it.
Olivia: I'm sure you say that about all the guys that gets what's coming to them. Like this Karpov guy. This guy slapped your face when he had Connie shot on your wedding day, okay?
Olivia: And now you're angry. And you feel helpless all over again, and you're determined to get even, no matter what it costs you.
Sonny: I'm not going to marry Claudia Zacchara.
Olivia: Yeah, you will if you want to get back in the mob, you will.
Sonny: You don't get it. You don't have a clue what's going on here. Kate's a target. I'm a target. So I'm going to do what I have to do to protect us both. That's it.
Olivia: Sonny --
Sonny: Don't do this. Don't --
Olivia: Don't you play me for stupid and don't you dare use my cousin as an excuse, okay? This is about you. You want to get back in the mob because that's what you're good at.
Olivia: Okay? I get it. But I got news for you. You can't have my cousin and the mob, too, okay? Especially not if you're going to marry this woman. Because I will tell you right now, there is no way in hell that Connie is going to be your mistress. Okay, so you get real honest with yourself and with Connie. If you're going back in, you say goodbye to her and you let her go.
Claudia: Would you pay me to leave town?
Jason: How much would you need?
Claudia: I -- uh, running's not an option for me. My brother tried to run once. I wasn't living at home at the time, but Johnny used to call me. And he said that my dad was really getting worse. And he couldn't stand it anymore, so he was going to run away to this cousin of his momís. And I warned him not to try. I told him that Daddy would find him and that he would be furious. But he did anyway, and sure enough, my father called two days later, furious, frantic, and he wanted to know where Johnny was --
Jason: And you told him?
Claudia: My father found out. On his own. And he went and got Johnny, and then he killed the cousin, and then he killed the cousin's family. You know, as a warning to John not to try to run again, so all by way of saying that running is not an option for me. Besides, I wouldn't leave my brother to deal with my father alone.
Jason: He seems capable of taking care of himself.
Claudia: My brother went through a lot worse hell than I did, because everything my father did was about John. All of it. All of the craziness and the insanity. The murdering, the lies. It was all about building this empire that he could leave to his son. And that is why my dad wants an alliance with Sonny. You understand? So that Sonny can take you out, and Johnny won't have to. That's going to be the justice of the peace, so are we going to do this thing, or what?
Trevor: What are you doing?
Spinelli: I am conducting a handwriting comparison vis-ŗ-vis the notes of terror being left for the fair one.
Trevor: Notes. What is he talking about?
Johnny: Shut up, Trevor. Are you saying that the threatening notes Lulu received are real?
Maxie: See for yourself. We think Trevor's trying to mess with Lulu's head.
Spinelli: It appears that Jackal, P.I. and Maximista have leapt to the wrong conclusion, as it were. Lansing the elder's penmanship does not match that of the threatening missives.
Maxie: Wait, how is that possible? We saw him there. He was in Lulu's room.
Spinelli: I don't know. Maybe -- perhaps the act of an accomplice.
Trevor: Sorry would be nice. Lulu wasn't in her room when I tried to see her. Look, I am trying to help her. So here, contact this doctor. But don't be surprised when he tells you to stay away from her. For your own good luck.
Spinelli: Jackal, P.I. is duly humiliated.
Johnny: Look, I get that you two are trying to help Lulu, but she wrote that note herself.
Spinelli: No. She would have to be possessed of multiple personalities to accomplish that task.
Maxie: I don't care what you guys say. Lulu is not that far gone.
Johnny: Look, I'll follow up on that one.
Spinelli: No, no. The Jackal protests. This is my case -- our case --
Johnny: I love Lulu. And if someone's out there trying to hurt her, I'll take care of it.
Lulu: Whoever was blackmailing me was in here, Mom. They had to be. I found this note inside the notepad that I left on your bed. This person is just trying to mess with my head. They want me to go crazy.
Scott: Just wanted you to feel some remorse.
Lulu: Scott. Of course it was you. You're the only one who would want to torture me.
Scott: Torture you? What about my son? Lulu, he loved you and you killed him.
Carly: There you are. Jax said you would be back and he asked me to take that for him.
Lawyer: I don't think so.
Carly: Really, because Jax is in a meeting and he asked me to get that for him.
Lawyer: Jax actually told me quite specifically that you're the last person I should give this to.
Carly: I guess you're out of your meeting.
Jax: Gillian. Carly. This is my lawyer, Gillian Blake. Why don't you take a seat? I'll be right with you.
Jax: Nice try.
Carly: What do you need a lawyer for?
Jax: You never know when one might come in handy.
Carly: Whatever it is, don't do it. Please don't do it.
Jax: You'll thank me for it later.
Carly: Why are we playing these games?
Jax: What are you talking about? You're the one who started this when you brought Cassadine into the picture. I'm just fighting back. I don't like doing this, but I intend to win.
Sonny: This is Olivia Falconeri's phone. She's not here. Me? I'm Sonny Corinthos. Who's asking? Oh. I didn't know Olivia had a son.
Tracy: Oh, I should know better than to drink with you. Something terrible always happens.
Luke: Terrible is relative, my sweet petunia pie. Here, have another.
Tracy: Oh, no mas.
Luke: Oh, that was a tragic waste.
Tracy: You know what? That's disgusting. You have cost me a lot in misery and money. You lie, you cheat, you make messes, and my family hates you.
Luke: Well, I love them. I absolutely love them. We've been had. We've been had. That dirty old goat.
Luke: Who? Edward. Edward. He's not going to call. Know why he's not going to call? Because he's finally got you and me out of his hair.
Tracy: Well, that's a predictably paranoid statement, but it is a perfectly plausible point.
Luke: Oh, that was pretty good.
Tracy: Pretty good, right? But you're right. Daddy has left us high. And not so dry.
Luke: All right. Well, there's no point here in waiting for a call that's never going to call. So, come, wife. To the border!
Scott: Lulu, I want justice for my son.
Lulu: And this is how you get it, by stalking me in a mental hospital?
Scott: I want you to think about what you did.
Lulu: For a long time that's all I could think about. How sorry I am.
Scott: No, no. You're not sorry that Logan died. You're sorry that Johnny, your boyfriend, was arrested.
Lulu: No, that is not true.
Scott: Logan cared about you. He was in love with you. When you clubbed him and put him in a coma, he woke up. He made excuses for you. So I know that that night in question, he was not there to hurt you. You meant to kill him.
Lulu: No, that isn't -- no, you're wrong. That was an accident.
Scott: No. It's no accident that my son is dead. There's no accident that I don't have a son anymore. That I don't get to watch him grow up and have a family and have kids and meet the right girl. You know why? Because he's in the ground. And you put him there. So you know what? You're going to have to pay for this. There is going to be justice, and you will get a lethal injection, and that's what's going to happen --
Laura: Not my daughter, you son of a bitch.
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