GH Transcript Wednesday 3/18/09

General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 3/18/09


Provided By Laurie R.
Proofread By Kathy

Elizabeth: Hey.

Patrick: Thanks for coming by, especially on such short notice. I mean, I know you have your own kids and stuff, so...

Elizabeth: No, it was good timing. The boys are with my gram. What's going on?

Patrick: I was just thinking that you could stay with Emma for a little while. I'm going to go see if I can find Robin.

Elizabeth: You haven't heard anything?

Patrick: No, and the police won't file a missing persons because it hasn't been more than 24 hours.

Elizabeth: Oh, God, I hate that rule, especially when there's real cause for concern.

Patrick: Yeah. I mean, they did say there hasn't been any accident reports, so that's a good thing.

Elizabeth: That is good.

Patrick: It's just I've been calling all the hospitals, surrounding hospitals, and emergency care facilities in the area --

[Phone rings]

Patrick: Robin? Hey, Mac. What do you mean she left a message for you? But she's fine, right? Okay, where is she? What do you mean she didn't say? What the hell is going on, and why didn't she call me? I'm her husband.

Robin: Hi.

Ruth: Hi, Nancy. How goes the world of pharmaceutical sales?

Robin: Oh, well, I thought I'd grab a soda between meetings.

Ruth: Are you sure that's all you want?


Robin: Yeah.

Man: Damn it to hell. Hey there, sexy.

Robin: Hey, yourself.

Marty: You and Carly are both appointment-free for the next 24 hours. Olivia and I will handle everything that comes up.

Jax: Where is Olivia? She was supposed to meet me here.

Marty: I'm sure she's on her way.

Jax: Honeymoon suite?

Marty: Booked and ready.

Jax: Okay, wonderful, wonderful. Oh, there you are. I was starting to worry.

Olivia: Mr. Jax, starting to? You've been micromanaging your little heart out ever since Carly said yes. So, you will be happy to know that City Hall fell all over itself to make sure the Rice Manor solarium was available for the ceremony, and Park Services wanted me to personally thank you for your very generous donation.

Jax: Well, I did have a specific request.

Olivia: Flowers, yes. It is all taken care of.

Jax: Right.

Olivia: I just got to tell you, it is beyond romantic, all of this effort that you're putting into, this renewal of the vows. Got anymore like you at home?

Jax: No, no, my brother and I couldn't have been more different.

Olivia: Well, I'll take your word for that. So, just take a breath. Everything that needs doing is done. All out you have to focus on is remarrying the woman you love.

Sonny: Carly, you home?

Carly: I'll be right down.

Sonny: I got something I got to tell you. You're not going to like it too much, I don't think, but it's pretty...

Alexis: Just stay right there. I'll get it. It's all the way under --

Agent Rayner: You don't seem to grasp the delicacy of your own situation, D.A. Davis. I could call you as a material witness in either case, whether the defendant was Corinthos or Spinelli. I mean, if I were the district attorney, I wouldn't want my name associated in a public forum with the very criminals I've been entrusted to take off the street, unless, of course, you plan to deny your various associations with the Corinthos/Morgan gang.

Alexis: Well, see, that just shows you that you're at a disadvantage not coming from Port Charles, because everyone in Port Charles knows everything about everybody. They all know I slept with Sonny already. They know everyone else I slept with. They know everyone Sonny slept with, too, even Jason. In fact, my daughter was living with him. So, go ahead, pal, take your best shot, because there's nothing you can say to mortify me.

Agent Rayner: Well, you may be indestructible, Madame D.A., but I assure you that Damian Spinelli is not. Make certain that your daughter knows the bureau has no intention of backing off. The longer Spinelli stays in hiding, the easier it is for us. We'll throw the book at him. By the time we're through with that kid, he'll be facing a sentence that will take him well into old age. What was that?

Man: It's not that bad. Look, it's not even bleeding.

Robin: That doesn't mean there isn't a problem.

Man: I'm a carpenter. Accidents happen. You just bandage it up and keep on going.

Ruth: It wouldn't hurt to have a doctor check it out. Maybe you broke it.

Robin: I don't think so. It looks like your elbow's been broken. They took a graft, probably from your hip?

Man: Yeah. How does a pretty lady like you know things about nasty old scars?

Robin: My brother played football in high school. He had the same injury, same scar.

Man: Well, mine's an old hockey injury. I'm Brad Seagrave, by the way.

Robin: Nancy Green.

Brad: Nancy.

Robin: Just put some ice on it. If it starts to hurt, take a couple of acetaminophen, and, I mean, even if you have a hairline fracture, the only thing a doctor can do is splint it. So, just baby it for a couple of days and it should feel fine.

Ruth: For a pharmaceutical sales lady, you sure sound like a doctor.

Patrick: I don't believe this. She just disappeared. She just -- no note, no letter, she just up and takes off. When she finally decides to let somebody know that she's okay, she calls Mac.

Elizabeth: Maybe it's just out of habit.

Patrick: Habit, Elizabeth? She's a grown woman. We're not talking about a teenager late for curfew. I mean, I'm up all night worried that she's in a ditch somewhere, with a phone in one hand, feeding Emma in the other, and she can't even call to let me know that she's okay?

Elizabeth: Patrick, I know you're upset, but don't jump to any conclusions before you know all the facts.

Patrick: The facts are Robin is my wife, and she's Emma's mother. Her first priority should be the people under this roof, but that's obviously not the case. Or she woke up yesterday and decided that she doesn't care about me and Emma or she's got a serious problem.

Elizabeth: That's just it. In Robin's mind, you are the problem.

Jax: We booked the minister, didn't we?

Olivia: Please. Affirmative, yes.

Jax: And Morgan?

Olivia: He is supplied with enough toys and games to keep he and his nanny busy until they drop from exhaustion. He's not even going to miss you, and before you even ask, I stopped by the jewelry store. That's why I was late. The box will be exactly where you want it, exactly when you need it.

Jax: You're starting to scare me.

Olivia: I was cursed with an organized mind.

Jax: For which I am eternally grateful. By the way, I'm not oblivious to the fact that I'm a pain in the butt.

Olivia: It's a big day. You're entitled.

Jax: Really?

Olivia: Yes.

Jax: You know, I never thought that Carly and I would get this far. I thought that we were too broken to be put back together. Then, of course, there was always Sonny.

Olivia: You really want to pop a blood vessel over Sonny?

Jax: No, actually, I don't. I don't even want to think about him. Today is about Carly and me and rising above him and everything he represents, so...

Sonny: Wow, you look amazing.

Carly: Thank you.

Sonny: Special occasion?

Carly: Yeah, I'd say so. Jax and I are renewing our vows.

Sonny: Any particular reason?

Carly: Because we love each other.

Sonny: No, no, I'm saying because you haven't been married that long. Why don't you just call off the divorce and then go home, you know what I mean.

Carly: Wow, you're so romantic. You're so sentimental. Sometimes it's fun to make a big deal out of love. Look who I'm talking to. Okay, Jax and I have had a really tough year. We need something happy. We need something good, and I know you don't like Jax and I don't expect a whole bunch of congratulations --

Sonny: Forget my feelings for Jax right now. Kidding aside, from the bottom of my heart, I'm very happy for you.

Maxie: Disaster was averted. The cleaner thinks he can get the lip gloss out of the collar.

Lulu: I still haven't heard how the lip gloss got on the collar in the first place.

Johnny: Excuse me?

Maxie: The clothes were samples, in case you forgot, provided by "Crimson" so that Johnny could promote "Crimson" by taking me to Maha's fashion show, and there were lots of models there who took the opportunity to meet, greet, and yes, hug Johnny. Some of those models were wearing lip colors of, I don't know, some sort.

Lulu: Yeah, so are you. So, how many times did you hug Johnny?

Maxie: What's your problem?

Lulu: I am so sick of this. I don't care how much it pays or whose magazine it benefits, this dating thing, it's done. It's over.

Johnny: Why are you so mad?

Lulu: Because I don't like sitting through the latest rehash of your adventures with Maxie in the back of a limo.

Agent Rayner: You didn't hear that?

Alexis: What?

Agent Rayner: That noise.

Alexis: No, I didn't.

Agent Rayner: What?

Alexis: All right, it was something I ate, okay? And I don't think it's very gentlemanly of you to point that out. Nor is it gentlemanly of you to distract me from the point that I was making.

Agent Rayner: I didn't realize you were making one.

Alexis: Well, I was. And the point is that you're obviously here for some agenda and to uphold this macho image, but you also took an oath to uphold the law, not twist it into your own version. Now, Spinelli enjoys the presumption of innocence until proven otherwise by a judge and a jury. And to use your color of authority to derail my daughter from a job or try to publicly expose me to force your own agenda, well, it's just not worthy of that badge.

Agent Rayner: If you're through scolding me, I'd be happy to see you out.

Alexis: You lay off my daughter.

Agent Rayner: A word of advice. Stay out of my way. I was sent here to accomplish a mission, and I have every intention of doing so by whatever means necessary.

Alexis: Well, you, sir, are no gentleman, and I am no lady. So, here's what we're going to do. You are going to walk me outside to my car and we are going to talk about this for, say, 10 minutes or I'm going to go to Commissioner Scorpio and I'm going to make sure that his team does not cooperate with you without a subpoena. That's not going to derail it, but it will sure as hell be a pain in the ass for you. 10 minutes.

Agent Rayner: I'll give you 10 minutes in the conference room, after which you will leave or I will carry you out myself.

Alexis: 10.

Agent Rayner: 10 minutes.

Spinelli: Priestess?

Robin: Is everything okay?

Ruth: My little girl has the sniffles. I want to go check on her. Sorry to ask twice in a week, but could you hold down the fort for about an hour?

Brad: Yeah, no problem. Just give her a kiss for me.

Ruth: Seems silly, doesn't it? My kid sneezes a few times and I drop everything and run home.

Robin: No, not at all. She's lucky to have such an attentive mom.

Brad: Ow, damn it.

Robin: What? What happened?

Brad: I reached for the hammer. But since I've got a busted thumb, I couldn't get a good grip on it and it fell on my head.

Robin: Oh, no, I'm so sorry. Are you really a carpenter?

Brad: I swear.

Robin: Okay, I guess I didn't realize that installing shelves was such a death defying act.

Brad: Well, one man for a two-man job. It can be.

Robin: I've got time.

Brad: You?

Robin: Yeah, I mean, I can hand you the tools, unless you're one of those beer-guzzling cavemen who think that women can't tell one tool from the other and we should just stay home barefoot and pregnant all the time? Is that what you think?

Brad: Never. Just put the nail gun down, all right?

Robin: Sorry.

Brad: I'm going to go get some ice for my head.

Patrick: So, you think the problem is me?

Elizabeth: Sit down. Let's assume for the sake of this conversation that Robin does have post-partum depression. She's also healing from a very difficult birth after months and months of being stressed out over being pregnant and HIV positive. That's a lot of stuff to deal with, a lot of stuff that is out of her control. I don't think she's running from you specifically, but you represent a period in her life that she just can't handle right now.

Patrick: I mean, I want to be supportive, Elizabeth. I really do, but I can't help but think this had to start somewhere, at some time. I mean, when did Robin because so dissatisfied? Was it after we got married? Was it after Emma was born?

Elizabeth: I don't think you can nail it down so neatly. There are a lot of psychological factors at play. Robin can't be as logical as you want her to be, assuming she has postpartum, and the longer this goes on, the more severe it gets, the more I'm convinced that's exactly what she's dealing with.

Patrick: Well, that's great, but Robin walked out on me and Emma and it's really difficult to not take that personally.

Carly: You said before I came downstairs that you had something you wanted to tell me. What's up?

Sonny: I'm not going to be able to go Morgan’s karate thing, and I don't feel great about it, but...

Carly: Oh, he's going to be disappointed, but I don't see any lifelong psychological damage there. May I ask why?

Sonny: Claudia's throwing a party for me tonight.

Carly: Claudia?

Sonny: Yeah, she has this idea that she's going to use it as a display of power, right, to let everybody who matters to me in my business know that I'm coming back. It's just the right time to make a statement.

Carly: Okay, she's in for a rude awakening.

Sonny: What does that mean?

Carly: Right now, she's in the center of activity, guest lists, invitations. She's putting together the menu. She's in the center of the Corinthos universe, and she probably feels that it's going to bleed over into the party. Little does she know that after every guest has a drink in their hand and they've all been fed, you will send her to a room where the little woman is supposed to go, and she's not going to like that any more than I did.

Sonny: But Claudia’s different, because she's lived this life. She knows people. She knows the politics, and let's not forget, she's got a mind like a steel trap and she gets what I need. I mean, not like that.

Carly: Right.

Sonny: The business, you know what I mean? She gets the business.

Carly: You can stop now. You don't have to keep trying to explain to me how you feel. If Claudia is good for you and you're happy in this marriage, then I am glad for you, from the bottom of my heart.

Coleman: Man, I can't -- dude, I can't get over this. I mean, who would have thought world famous NASCAR driver Jeff Burton is, you know, hanging out in my humble abode. Dude, this is awesome.

Jeff: Thank you, man.

Coleman: Good pic, too. Handsome cat, handsome cat. Hey, man. Hey, let me introduce you --

Patrick: Coleman, please, can I just have tequila and a beer? Thank you.

Coleman: Hang on just one minute, J.B.

Coleman: For you, my man. So, what's going on buddy? Shouldn't you be at the zoo or something, enjoying this beautiful day with the new wife and the kid, man?

Patrick: Please. Another one. You know, maybe I don't need this. You know, maybe I should just jump in the car, floor it, and head down south.

Coleman: What's south?

Patrick: Atlanta Motor Speedway. Got some friends that work there, you know? I should just probably jump on the track, open it up, and it probably do a lot better than this crap will.

Jeff: Atlanta's got some tricky turns.

Patrick: Yeah? I can hug tires at 24 degrees in my sleep. Have we met?

Jeff: I don't think so.

Patrick: You're not a former patient of mine are you?

Jeff: No, no.

Patrick: That's good. So, you won't be offended if I stick to plan A. Yeah, Atlanta's deceptive. It's a good track though. You've got to carry speed through the turns, let yourself drift to the wall.

Jeff: None of that matters without throttle control, not even if you luck into the fast line.

Patrick: Yeah, I don't know who you think you are man, but you obviously don't know a damn thing about racing.

Brad: Not to be the sexist pig that you mentioned, but you know tools better than most women. You knew I needed the vice grip before I even realized I needed it.

Robin: Well, I've had a lot of experience anticipating. Well, a long time ago, I used to date this guy that fixed motorcycles, and you know, I used to do this. It's amazing how much you can learn without even trying. God, a lot has changed. I used to be really good at taking care of a baby back then.

Brad: There's a flip side to that, too. You can try really hard to master something and just never get there. It's like trying to be competent in one thing, but it's just not in your DNA. I tried to learn Italian once, and it was --

[Wood falling on the floor]

Brad: Damn.

Robin: Well, at least you didn't injure yourself this time. Ok, what do you actually do?

Brad: I told you. I'm a carpenter.

Robin: I know that's what you like to say you do, but I mean, do you make a living at it or do you just mangle your poor wife's repairs?

Brad: My poor wife abandoned me two years ago.

Jax: You know, when all this settles, I'm going to treat you to a weekend at the hotel. Everything comped, including the spa.

Olivia: Don't think I won't take you up on that, all right?

Jax: Your plate is certainly full enough with the job that you do here without me throwing in a "organize a wedding in 24 hours."

Olivia: Oh, stop it. I had a good time doing it. I think you and Carly are terrific together. I know you had a really tough go of it, no thanks to sonny, but you guys worked through your problems and now you -- sorry. I didn't mean to bring him up again.

Jax: Well, that's the way it goes, you know? Sonny can be pervasive.

Olivia: Can I just slip in one little question?

Jax: Ok, why not?

Olivia: Have the two of you always hated each other?

Jax: It used to be worse.

Olivia: Really?

Jax: Yes.

Olivia: Is that just basic instinct?

Jax: Something like that. Sonny trashed my relationship with my first great love. He's been keeping up the pattern ever since, but not anymore, because I finally realized that Carly means too much to me to lose her over sonny or for any other reason. So, I am taking my wife back.

Sonny: I haven't had a chance to tell you, and I apologize if the timing is bad, but I asked Robin to keep an eye on Michael's case to, you know, examine him from time to time, keep an eye on any medical advances.

Carly: I don't know how dependable Robin is these days.

Sonny: No, if she's busy or whatever, I'll find somebody else. I mean, I'm not trying to put any kind of pressure on you. I know how hard it's been to try to will Michael out of a coma, and if you don't want to get reinvested, I'm telling you, I'll carry the torch. Because, you know, I see things differently now, and your instincts are right. I think we should keep every option open for Michael.

Carly: Thank you.

Sonny: All right, I got to go. Tell Morgan I love him. I'll make it up to him.

Carly: Ok.

Sonny: And you know what? You always did make a lovely bride.

Robin: Hey, I'm sorry. We've known each other, what, half an hour? And I'm already poking around old wounds.

Brad: You had no way of knowing. Besides, those wounds are healed. It's been a long time since my wife left.

Robin: Just out of curiosity, did you ever forgive your wife for walking out on you?

Brad: I wouldn't go that far. My ego's not all that evolved. Then again, it was probably for the best. Who wants to be with somebody that doesn't want to be there for them? It's a good thing we didn't have kids though. That would have been a tragedy. Are you ok?

Robin: Yeah, I just feel bad for bringing something up that's obviously painful for you.

Brad: Would it make you feel better if we even the score by letting me ask you a couple of personal questions?

Robin: Sure, as long as I reserve the right not to answer.

Brad: Fair enough. So, where are you from?

Robin: San Francisco.

Brad: Really? What brought you to this side of the country?

Robin: Work. I sell pharmaceuticals.

Brad: You said something about taking care of a baby. Yours?

Robin: No, no. No kids.

Brad: You have a massive diamond ring on your right hand. Are you married? Unmarried? Undecided?

Robin: It's a family heirloom.

Patrick: Look, I've actually driven the Atlanta course, a lot of times actually.

Jeff: So have I.

Patrick: No, I don't think you get it. I'm not talking one of those fantasy camps where a bunch of guys with money go and spend, I don't know, who knows how much money to do little laps around the track on the weekend. When I say I've driven the Atlanta, I mean I competed, semi-pro actually.

Jeff: That's impressive. So, you're like a real driver?

Patrick: Well, it's not my profession, but I did pretty well in my circuit.

Jeff: Well, maybe one day we'll cheer you on in the winner's circle. What's your name?

Patrick: Patrick. Patrick Drake.

Jeff: I'm Jeff. Hey, man, what do I owe you?

Coleman: I told you, man, not a thing. Glad you stopped by, J.B.

Jeff: Have a good one.

Coleman: Take it easy, man. You, too. Pedal to the metal and rubber to the road, dude.

Patrick: You never give free drinks. Who was that?

Coleman: "I've competed semi-pro." Don't you know who that was?

Patrick: No, obviously, I don't know who that was.

Patrick: Jeff Burton. I was just telling Jeff Burton how to race Atlanta? Coleman, I'm an idiot.

Coleman: You ok, dude?

Patrick: No.

Johnny: Maxie and I did what Kate pays us to do. We went to the fashion show, sat down next to the runway, watched a bunch of hungry-looking women walk by in funky clothes. Then we went to this after party, where a bunch of people that I don't even know pretended that they were happy to see me.

Maxie: He's making it sound way worse than it actually was. Maha's collection was a success. And there were lots of celebrities there, Gwynneth and Scarlett. Sienna was there, too. I think she kind of liked Johnny. Maybe it was her lipstick that he was wearing.

Johnny: She hugged me for the cameras. That's it.

Lulu: I am so sorry for the outburst. There is nothing worse than an insecure girlfriend.

Maxie: I'm pretty sure I've told you that before.

Lulu: In my heart, I know you guys wouldn't hook up behind my back, or ever. You're not even well-suited for each other.

Maxie: Why would you say something like that? Just because Johnny's trying his best to be a gentleman and not fall for me doesn't mean he can't or won't.

Johnny: Ignore her. Lulu, you're the only woman that I love.

Lulu: I know that.

Johnny: Are you done here?

Lulu: If you want me to be. And don't you even start bitching. I have don enough work in the past few weeks to cover you. So, you're on Kate duty. There, schedule cleared. Where do you want to go?

Johnny: Let's go for a drive, the way we used to.

Lulu: Sounds great. Let's go.

Maxie: Rude.

Spinelli: It was a wondrous stroke of luck that the driven D.A. decided not to blow the Priestess out of the proverbial water. If the fearsome fed is so single-mindedly in pursuit of the Jackal that he would threaten fair Samantha, he would no doubt vanish into the pits of Carkoon.

Winnifred: Yeah, I will be forever grateful for ms. Davis' kindness. It is done. The Jackal just penetrated the system's defenses.

Spinelli: The classified files await our plunder.

Winnifred: You are the most brilliant man on this or any other planet.

Spinelli: I will now call up the damning evidence.

Winnifred: Oh, there it is. Run a tapeworm through the database. And then we can just delete all the files permanently through the portal.

Spinelli: In a second.

Winnifred: What are you doing?

Spinelli: Well, I wish to see with my own eyes the proof that the fearsome fed has been holding over our collective heads. This is ridiculous. The Jackal would never be caught dead making such amateurish moves. Only a novice would waste his or her skill hacking into these useless websites.

Winnifred: Mr. Jackal, we're racing the clock here.

Spinelli: This part is true. The Jackal has had his cyber way with government agencies from the CIA to the Kremlin. But they don't seem to be privy to the --

Winnifred: Mr. Jackal, with all due respect -- hey, in your need-to-know, we need to finish our mission and take our leave.

Spinelli: Yes, I concede.

Winnifred: Ok.

Spinelli: The data-corrupting tapeworm has been unleashed. In a matter of seconds, all evidence against the Jackal will be destroyed. We shall triumph, never again forced to bear the yoke of oppression.

Spinelli: Not good.

Winnifred: Oh, no.

Carly: I don't think I've seen anything so beautiful.

Jax: I was about to say the same thing.

Carly: We're doing this.

Jax: Yes, we are. And we're going to get it right this time.

Elizabeth: Hi.

Patrick: Hey. Listen, I'm really sorry about taking off so quickly.

Elizabeth: No, no apology necessary.

Patrick: How's Emma?

Elizabeth: She's an angel.

Patrick: She's not being difficult for you?

Elizabeth: Oh, my goodness, no.

Patrick: She doesn't whine when you pick her up?

Elizabeth: No.

Patrick: It's just more evidence that Robin's got a problem.

Elizabeth: Obviously you didn't find her.

Patrick: I didn't try actually. I ended up going to Jake’s and making an ass of myself.

Elizabeth: That's typical for you. I hope you don't mind. I printed this information out for you. It's about postpartum depression. Obviously you know that doesn't replace seeing a therapist, but it's a start. And there's a number on there for a spousal support group.

Patrick: Thank you. If I had a dollar for every time I put one of these packages together only to convince myself there was nothing wrong...

Patrick: Elizabeth, I love Robin, and I really want to help, but how do I do that when she won't even talk to me?

Robin: Well, that's impressive. You managed to install shelves and pour mixed drinks for three customers.

Brad: Well, like I said, I earned my stripes in my sister's bar back home in buffalo. I've been talking about that a lot, haven't I? I just keep rambling about it.

Robin: No, it's okay. I've enjoyed it. Thank you.

Brad: Me, too. But now it's your turn. Do you like your job?

Robin: It's a paycheck.

Brad: So, you're not devoted to your career?

Robin: It's difficult to get inspired selling pharmaceuticals.

Brad: You want a family? I'm sorry. I asked the wrong question, didn't I? I have no radar for those kinds of things. I just open my mouth, and it's like walking through a minefield.

Robin: Well, you don't have to be a people person because you're really great with tools, even when they're trying to behead you.

Brad: Yeah, so Nancy Green from San Francisco, would you like to be spontaneous and go on a road trip with me?

Olivia: Okay, so I think we have the menu all set. I want the flowers delivered to the table, and I want you to call me if anything changes. All right, thank you very much.

Sonny: Sounds like you have a fancy dinner in your future. Who's the lucky guy?

Olivia: Jax.

Sonny: Jax? Does Carly know?

Olivia: The dinner's for Carly. He had me making arrangements for this thing that they're doing.

Sonny: Oh, you don't have to try to keep secrets from me. I talked to Carly. I know she's renewing her vows. Jax is having you do whatever he's having you do, right?

Olivia: Yeah.

Sonny: Typical, thoughtless Jax.

Olivia: What exactly is that supposed to mean?

Sonny: Well, what it means is he's having you, of all people, pull together a wedding ceremony.

Olivia: Excuse me? Me of all people?

Sonny: Yeah, what is that saying? Always a bridesmaid, never a bride?

Jax: No sign of the minister. I hope there's nothing wrong.

Carly: Nothing's wrong.

Jax: Guess we'll just have to wait for him, right?

Carly: We don't have to. I don't need a minister guiding me through what's in my heart for you.

Jax: Should we just do it on our own?

Carly: We said just us. And I want to go first.

Jax: Absolutely, ladies first.

Carly: You are the most wonderful man. And I don't think I'll ever be able to express how grateful I am for you. For your limitless patience. For your generous heart in allowing me and my boys into your life. For your capacity to forgive. And most importantly, the biggest lesson that you have taught me is that love doesn't have to hurt to be valid. You know, it can also be healing. That's what you've done for me. You healed my heart, and you have filled it with love for you. And it's yours. My love and my heart is yours forever till death do us part.

Elizabeth: That was Judy Chen.  Between the two of us, we'll be able to help you with Emma until Robin comes home.

Patrick: That's great. Thank you. I really do appreciate it.

Elizabeth: That's what friends are for.

Patrick: Yeah, I don't think I've ever needed one more than I do right now. You know, I'm trying to stay clinical and give Robin the benefit of the doubt that she has a real illness, but it's pretty difficult when she's not here. It's kind of like Robin invented this whole world for herself, you know?  Husband, baby, new house, white picket fence. Now she can't run away fast enough.

Brad: My sister offered me these primo opera tickets. She says they're the best seats in the house. But if you can't tell, I'm not much of an opera buff, so I wasn't going to do the drive an hour and a half to check it out. But if you're interested...

Robin: It's a really nice offer. I actually love opera. Well --

Brad: Don't sweat it. It was probably a nutty idea to go on a road trip on the first date anyway. Maybe we could do something here in town. Grab dinner, maybe go dancing?

Robin: I'm sorry. I had a great time talking to you. You seem like a great guy.

Brad: For some reason you seem to want to be anywhere but here. Why is that?

Olivia: Of all the pompous, arrogant things for you to say to me -- I mean... Oh, right. Okay, you're trying to push my buttons. Get me all riled up. Probably means you're bored with your life, what?

Sonny: You fell for it.

Olivia: Yeah, you're a real jokester. You are. Of course, we both know I could've been married 50 times by now if I had been willing to settle.

Sonny: Who are you saving it for? Because did you want somebody and they didn't want you?

Olivia: Bite your tongue, Sonny. There's not a man God created I couldn't get if I put my mind to it.

Marty: Olivia?

Olivia: Yes.

Marty: Here you go.

Olivia: Thank you, Marty.

Sonny: I thought you were the manager around here.

Olivia: That's what I am. I'm the operations manager.

Sonny: Really? So, the job description means that you go through Jax's mail?

Olivia: Yes, it does. It also means I have to deal with his wife's overbearing ex-husband. Guess which job I like best.

Jax: Well, we've had our shares of ups and downs, but one thing has remained consistent, your strength and purpose. And it drives me crazy sometimes, but it also inspired me to meet that strength with my own. To be the husband and lover and friend that you deserve. I haven't always met those standards. But from now on, I'm going to try. I love you, Carly. And I never want to come so close to losing you again. I'm honored to be your husband. And I will cherish you as my wife for as long as we both shall live.

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