General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 4/8/09
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Rebecca: Hey, sorry I'm late. First I had to help Mike out with the lunch rush, and then I got this call.
Nikolas: Why? You're supposed to be taking it easy.
Rebecca: No, I'm fine. I'm just a little out of breath. I got this call and I thought it was the hospital with the biopsy results, but you're never going to guess who it was.
Rebecca: Monica Quartermaine wants to see me.
Patrick: How difficult is it to find a chart in this hospital?
Elizabeth: Epiphany and the second shift head nurse have completely different filing systems, so it will get worked out when we move back to General Hospital.
Patrick: Okay, well, where's the brain scan that I have in 420?
Elizabeth: I take it things didn't go so well with Robin?
Patrick: No, no, Robin's fine. She actually seems happy.
Elizabeth: Then why are you throwing charts around?
Patrick: Well, I went down to the docks and I found her in Jason's arms. So it looks like the guy in Rochester wasn't enough. For all I know, Robin's sleeping with Jason, too.
Olivia: Knock it off. I can't -- I can't reach it.
Sonny: No, you've got to put it down a little bit.
Claudia: Really? You know what? I'm sorry, what the hell are you doing with my husband?
Carly: You can't expect me to believe that you developed a conscience, Jerry.
Jerry's voice: Well, I have to admit, it's not my strongest suit.
Carly: After the hell you put Jax through when you faked your death during that boat explosion, you should be apologizing to him not me.
Jerry's voice: I'm sure it's true, but believe it or not, I do have another --
Jax: Don't bother apologizing to anyone, Jerry. No one cares what you have to say.
Jax: Leave us alone, Jerry. No more emails. No more calls. You understand?
Jerry: Message received loud and clear, little brother.
Jax: And don't call here again.
Jerry: Don't worry, you won't hear from me again.
Carly: Hey, I appreciate you trying to protect me from your brother, but you don't have to cut him off on my account.
Jax: You can't even imagine what Jerry's done.
Carly: I was one of his hostages at the Metro Court. I know what he's capable of, Jax.
Jax: No, if I would have listened to you and made him pay for the crimes that he committed --
Carly: Okay, you know what? We are so far past that. There's no reason to look back. None.
Jax: You deserve to know what's really going on.
Sonny: What's wrong with you right now?
Claudia: I'm sorry, I would appreciate an answer. What is going on?
Sonny: The picture's crooked. She's just fixing the picture.
Olivia: Oh, blame me. I'm the bad guy.
Claudia: We have any number of guards standing around doing nothing and a housekeeper, but you and Olivia are the only ones that can fix a picture?
Sonny: That's just how it is and how we are alike.
Olivia: Just ask Sister Mary Margaret.
Sonny: Right. Get down from there. What happened was, when we were in grammar school, the same thing happened. There was a picture of the cardinal above the trophy case, and she said it was crooked.
Olivia: It probably had been crooked for about 50 years.
Sonny: So then I said, you know, every time I would look at the damn picture, I would see the cardinal looking down at me and it would drive me crazy because it would kind of scare me a little bit.
Olivia: So one day we hung out after school, remember?
Sonny: Right. And then I stole a ladder, right? She climbed up and straightened out the picture.
Olivia: Remember Sister Mary Margaret came blazing around that corner and that look -- I was wearing my school uniform, if you get my drift.
Claudia: Yeah, I get it.
Sonny: Okay, so what happened is the nun got upset, and I said to the nun, "She was just straightening out the picture." And the nun said, "That’s not what you were looking at."
Olivia: I guarantee you were the only guy at Sacred Heart that ever got a three day suspension for being a neat freak.
Sonny: What do you mean? I'm not a neat freak.
Sonny: You're worse than I am. If I'm a neat freak, you're worse.
Olivia: Sonny, I got an excuse. I had three brothers leaving their crap all over the place. I needed my own room to be perfect.
Sonny: You always have to blame your brothers because you're pathologically organized. You need control.
Olivia: I'm going to take psychological advice from you?
Claudia: Hey, guys, you know what? I'm really glad that you're both enjoying yourself so very much here. Maybe when I get back, you can find some time for your wife.
Olivia: You're in trouble.
Sonny: What else is new?
Edward: You think that Luke suspects that Ethan might be his son, one of his past mistakes come back to haunt him?
Tracy: I don't know, but I don't think he knows about the picture in his wallet that Ethan’s carrying around.
Edward: But you're sure it's Luke and Robert Scorpio?
Tracy: Oh, absolutely, and Ethan did not want me anywhere near it.
Edward: That means he has something to hide.
Ethan: Greetings, all.
Tracy: I thought I gave you the afternoon off.
Ethan: You did and it was a kind and thoughtful gesture and much appreciated, but my gorgeous date insisted on coming back here, right, Lulu?
Robin: I suppose you two could have been talking about a patient when I walked in, but since you got so quiet, you were probably talking about me.
Patrick: Robin, you spent the night under observation for hypothermia. You are in no condition to practice medicine today. You should go home.
Robin: That's a good solution. Just order me right out of the hospital, then you can discuss all of our problems with Elizabeth, who's ready to listen.
Patrick: Elizabeth has been a good friend to both of us. She doesn't deserve to be sniped at.
Robin: I -- who's sniping? It's obvious that Elizabeth is super-mom and that's what you want.
Elizabeth: Okay, we are all trying to give you the benefit of the doubt here, keeping in mind that you do have an illness, but what you say still matters and what you do still counts. So at some point, you're going to need to step up, take responsibility for your life, and get the help you need.
Patrick: Robin, Elizabeth has juggled her schedule for weeks now to help me with Emma. The least you could do is show her a little common courtesy.
Robin: You're right. She's not the person I resent. The person I resent is you.
Patrick: Surprise, surprise.
Robin: I've already admitted I'm wrong. I said that I'm sorry and getting help. It's never good enough for you.
Patrick: That's great. So when are you going to start getting help?
Robin: What are you talking about? I'm seeing a psychiatrist. I'm taking my antidepressants like a good little girl. What do you want from me?
Patrick: You know what? I don't have time to fight with you right now.
Robin: Of course you don't, because you're such a busy doctor.
Patrick: Okay, so here we go. This is the only thing you need me for, right, to resent me, to fight with me, to blame me for all your bad choices? You sure as hell don't need me for anything else, do you?
Tracy: You may not go out on a date with him. I forbid it.
Ethan: Well, that seems a bit harsh.
Lulu: Not that you get to choose who I go out with, but this isn't a date.
Edward: Well, then what is it?
Ethan: See, Lulu got caught in a lie, I'm afraid and the only way out was to make it come true.
Lulu: Okay, what he's trying to say is I used him to get back at Maxie and then he messed it up, so I'm stuck with him just for the afternoon.
Ethan: I did not mess it up, and you'll be crazy about me by dark.
Lulu: That will never happen.
Edward: Hmm, as I see it, there are several possibilities. "A," it's just a coincidence and there's absolutely no connection between that young rake and the old reprobate.
Tracy: I doubt it.
Edward: Or B, Ethan thinks he might be Luke’s son, but he doesn't know it for sure, at least not yet.
Tracy: Well, then why is he carrying a photograph around?
Edward: Or C, he knows he's Luke’s son and he's here to establish a relationship.
Tracy: Or D --
Edward: He knows he's Luke’s son and he's out for revenge.
Ethan: Oh, nice.
Monica: I'm so glad you decided to drop by.
Rebecca: Yeah, I didn't expect you to meet me at the door.
Monica: Well, Alice can be a little intimidating, and I didn't think you needed that right now.
Rebecca: Oh, gee, how'd you guess?
Monica: Because I have been there. And I think part of you is really glad that I called so you can discuss cancer. Another part of you is actually wishing you could go through a root canal right now.
Rebecca: Yeah, I just hate the thought of you waiting around for me.
Monica: The waiting, you know, that is a given with cancer. You wait for everything. You wait for appointments. You wait for doctors. You wait for lab results. And did I mention you wait for doctors?
Rebecca: That is exactly what it's like.
Monica: Yeah, the kicker is you don't want what you're waiting for. But you seem to be handling this very well. I mean, you're not putting anything off.
Rebecca: Oh, no, I've been trying. Trust me.
Monica: Yeah, well, I resisted getting that mammogram for, I don't know, I think it was weeks.
Rebecca: You did? Why? Did you think there was a problem?
Monica: Well, I felt little pain, which is not normal, like connected with breast cancer. That's why screening is so important. As a doctor, I knew everything. But as a woman, I just wanted it to go away.
Rebecca: How did you get over that?
Monica: Alan. A lot had to do with my late husband. He didn't coddle me. He didn't feel sorry for me. He was as supportive as you could get, but there was just so much he could do. And that's how I ended up at the wellness center in Arizona.
Rebecca: Yeah, that's where you met Emily’s mother.
Rebecca: Nikolas told me about that.
Rebecca: Look, if it's too hard for you to talk about Emily, then --
Monica: No, no, it isn't. It isn't. Have you told your parents yet?
Rebecca: I think they're just going to worry, and there's nothing specific to tell them yet, so, no.
Monica: Well, if there's anyone that you want me to call, anything you want me to do, you just holler.
Rebecca: Thank you. I appreciate that. Yeah, Nikolas, he's been wonderful.
Monica: Oh, I'm sure he has.
Rebecca: Still, the Emily connection is always there and just doesn't feel fair of me to lean on him, you know? Especially with the situation he went through with Emily.
Monica: Can I say something? Don't worry about Nikolas. You take care of yourself. You do something that you really, really enjoy once a day.
Rebecca: All right, that's a good idea. Thank you.
Monica: You're welcome. And make sure that your needs are really clear. I mean, like, what do you need right now more than anything else?
Rebecca: I think I need someone to tell me it's going to be all right.
Monica: It's going to be all right. And anyway, you don't know anything right now. Do me a favor. Don't worry, okay?
Claudia: Excuse me?
Kelly: The next time you need an appointment at the last minute, go through the E.R.
Claudia: It's not that kind of an emergency.
Kelly: I agreed to meet with you because you wouldn't stop yelling at the staff, and I have to work with them for the next 18 hours, give or take. What do you want?
Claudia: How soon after having sex can a woman find out if she's pregnant?
Kelly: Well, as any decent medical site on the internet would tell you --
Claudia: You know what? Stop with the attitude, okay? I'm married to Sonny Corinthos. He's given General Hospital millions of dollars over the last few years, so you can show me some respect.
Kelly: Okay, well, would you like me to call him now?
Claudia: No, I want you to answer my question.
Kelly: You can find out if you're pregnant seven to 10 days after conception. You'll need a blood test. Would you like me to order one?
Claudia: So the home pregnancy test won't tell me anything until after I miss my first period?
Kelly: That's right. I'd be glad to send you downstairs for the blood work, but you'll have to wait no matter what your name is.
Claudia: That's the problem. I can't afford to wait.
Olivia: So as you will see, the pediatric head injury unit at General Hospital is just about ready to open. That's really why I came by here, not to fix your pictures. There you go.
Sonny: Looks pretty impressive.
Olivia: Well, it's state of the art. But it's taken a big chunk out of the endowment, so we are going to need the next payment from your pledge. It's a tax deadline thing. We can only make contributions at certain times of the year, and Carly, she doesn't want the funds to run too low.
Sonny: Carly's never had a hard time taking my money; at least this is for a worthy cause.
Olivia: I think it's kind of nice considering where the money came from.
Sonny: You just cannot resist.
Sonny: Giving me little zingers all the time about the mob.
Olivia: I'm trying to pay you a compliment.
Sonny: Yeah, but tell me the truth.
Sonny: You would have wished that I had a job with your dad a long time ago. You would have liked me better now.
Olivia: Considering the fact I had to bawl my eyes out for four hours to get him to offer you that job in the first place, I mean --
Sonny: Oh, so, he didn't want to hire me? Is that what you're saying?
Sonny: I'm asking.
Olivia: You can barely put gas in your own gas tank, let alone fix a carburetor, and you've got no patience. And my brothers were convinced you were going to turn the place into a chop shop, so, I mean, do the math. You know, I just -- I thought maybe if you had some honest money coming in, that --
Sonny: I would see the light, get out of the mob.
Olivia: Yes, but it was very obvious even then that you were real happy being exactly who and what you are.
Carly: If you want to tell me about Jerry's latest escapade, I will listen. I mean, he's your brother. I try to respect that.
Jax: That's very generous of you.
Carly: Yeah, but you know what? I mean, Jerry has an incredible way of messing up your life just when everything is going well. You take on the guilt, the blame. It always ends up costing you more than it costs Jerry.
Jax: You're right about that.
Carly: But, you know, if you want to talk to me about your brother, I will try to help you.
Jax: When did we both become so noble and understanding?
Carly: It's really annoying, isn't it?
Jax: What happened to those big fights we used to have about my brother?
Carly: You said you don't like fighting.
Jax: I don't like fighting. I like the making up.
Carly: Me, too.
Jax: Look, I want you to tell me what you really think.
Carly: Don't give Jerry anymore power than he deserves. Don't take his calls or read his emails. And if the next thing Jerry gets himself into really does blow him to bits, great. If not, you know what? Let him stay gone. Jerry left you.
Jax: Is that what you really want?
Carly: Yes, that's what I really want.
Jax: Okay, then that's what I'll do.
Kelly: Want to take a yoga class? Very calming. They have extra mats.
Robin: Did Patrick put you up to this?
Kelly: Oh, yeah, absolutely. He said, "Kelly, go find my wife, drag her to yoga by the hair if you have to." Never mind that it's the first class you've had time to take since the fire or that we're all slammed in the move back to General Hospital's upon us. No, no, we just keep thinking about Robin, Robin, Robin.
Robin: Okay, I get the point.
Kelly: I haven't seen Patrick all day.
Robin: I wish I hadn't. God, why does everything I say sound so awful?
Kelly: It's an excellent question. And not seeing Patrick is never a good thing. The man is absolutely hot.
Robin: He actually thinks that I jumped in the harbor.
Kelly: Well, I heard that you took a swan dive off the dock, got caught in the current, and Patrick had to leap in, swim halfway to New York City and then drag you out.
Robin: So the rumor mill has kicked in.
Kelly: Oh, yeah, big time.
Robin: Well, it's good to know that I'm the town basket case.
Kelly: And in Port Charles, that's saying something.
Robin: I mean, I've always been arrogant, a little holier than thou, but I've always been a good doctor. The fact that I can't take care of my own baby, it's just embarrassing.
Kelly: Then maybe it's time to get better.
Robin: Tell me where to start.
Patrick: Hey, Elizabeth. Hey, listen, I want to apologize for the way Robin treated you. She was out of line.
Elizabeth: Well, she was right. We were talking about her.
Patrick: Yeah, but I could have been more cautious of your feelings instead of blurting out that I saw her and Jason together.
Elizabeth: It's okay. All I have to do is get the picture of the two of them out of my head.
Patrick: I know the feeling.
Elizabeth: I just keep telling myself that they're really close friends.
Patrick: Yeah, unfortunately, they used to be more.
Elizabeth: Yeah, thanks for that. I know that Jason can be very supportive, sometimes too supportive. Oh, forget I said that.
Patrick: It's okay. I'm going to get back to work.
Elizabeth: Patrick, you and Robin love each other. You guys have a future. Just remember that all the choices she's making is because of the illness.
Patrick: Yeah, yeah, I know, but she really needs to start getting well. She has the medication. She has the psychiatrist. She has health care. She has people that love her, but all I hear is anger and excuses.
Elizabeth: I know I keep saying this over and over, but why don't you just get it out in the open? Tell her that you were in Rochester, tell her that you saw her with that guy. Tell her that you saw her with Jason.
Patrick: And give her another excuse to jump off the docks? I don't think that's a good idea.
Elizabeth: Do you really think she jumped?
Patrick: I don't know. She's severely depressed. Her psychiatrist wants to see her every day. I mean, why is she wandering around the docks in the fog in the first place? If she's that exhausted that she's hallucinating, she should be at home in the new house we just bought, maybe getting some rest or, I don't know, here's an idea -- spend some time with Emma.
Elizabeth: On some level, that's got to be what she wants.
Patrick: Right now, I don't care what Robin wants. I'm so tired of talking about the situation, and I'm sick of feeling angry. I don't remember the last time I laughed or --
Elizabeth: That I think I can help you with.
Olivia: If you want to see Mr. Jacks, you make an appointment.
Claudia: I'm not here to see Jax. I'm here to see you.
Olivia: Well, I'm working right now. Maybe you ought to try it sometime.
Claudia: You stay the hell away from my husband, or I will make you sorry that you ever laid eyes on him.
Olivia: Really? How is that going to work?
Claudia: This is how it's going to work. No more showing up at my house uninvited. Keep your damn hands off of Sonny. No more talk about the old neighborhood and what a great time it was. He's my husband, Olivia. We have a life together. We have a family, and I'm not going to share it with you.
Olivia: A family? What the hell are you talking about, family?
Carly: Hey, I'm sorry I didn't call you. I have to go over some things.
Sonny: You're too late because Olivia was already here. She cleaned me out.
Carly: For what?
Sonny: Don't try to act like you don't know what I'm talking about. She was here to pick up a huge check for the Michael Corinthos fund.
Carly: Oh, God, the endowment deadline. I totally forgot about that. Well, I'm glad she took care of that.
Sonny: It's not like you to forget something like that.
Carly: I've had a lot on my mind with everything going on with Michael. I'm here -- Jax flew in that specialist I was telling you about, Ingrid Hensen.
Sonny: The one who created Michael’s procedure?
Carly: Yeah, she examined -- oh, my God.
Sonny: You all right? Hey.
Sonny: You okay?
Carly: Yeah, I'm okay.
Edward: Rebecca, Rebecca, what a wonderful surprise. What brings you to us, my dear? Are you all right?
Rebecca: Uh --
Edward: Is she all right, Monica?
Rebecca: Uh, hello, Mr. Quartermaine. How are you?
Edward: And you're going to be dining with us tonight, right? What would you like? I'm sure that that dreary diner food gets old.
Rebecca: Actually, it's surprisingly good --
Edward: And you know something, honey, I can't -- I just can't imagine you cramped in that little room above Kelly’s when you could be here, strolling around the grounds and enjoying Lila’s rose garden. You know, it's springtime, honey, and you need the fresh air.
Nikolas: Excuse me; I hope I'm not too late.
Rebecca: Oh, hey, I was wondering when you were going to show up.
Edward: Who invited you?
Nikolas: Uh, Rebecca and I are riding horses today.
Edward: Oh, you'll do no such thing. They are dangerous creatures with minds of their own.
Monica: I don't think so. Riding is great and it's great for stress.
Rebecca: Yeah, I just hope I can stay on.
Nikolas: I'll take good care of her. Thank you.
Monica: You make sure she wears a helmet.
Nikolas: Of course.
Edward: But -- you're just going to leave?
Rebecca: No -- yeah, thank you, both of you. I really appreciate it.
Monica: Rebecca, you will keep in touch?
Rebecca: Yeah, I will.
Edward: And you are welcome any time, hmm?
Rebecca: What a save. Thank you so much.
Nikolas: Any time. Let's go.
Tracy: Okay, the bar has not been inventoried in days. Go take care of it.
Ethan: You gave me the afternoon off.
Tracy: I changed my mind. You're the bartender, go do your job.
Ethan: This does not get you out of our date, love.
Lulu: This isn't a date.
Tracy: It better not be.
Lulu: What is your problem? I thought you liked Ethan.
Tracy: I did. He has certain attractive qualities. He's a bad boy with sticky fingers who's good for business, and he's definitely not boring.
Lulu: Okay, so why do you hate him all of a sudden?
Kelly: Listen to me as a friend, Robin. You're not the exception to the rule for once in your life. You have postpartum depression, and it is definitely not going away. It's getting worse, fast.
Robin: Don't you wish it was a couple of years ago and we were doing shots at Jake’s?
Kelly: Okay, yes, the shots, yes. The couple of years ago, not so much, no.
Robin: I think I'll just feel better when I feel like I'm not the only person in the world that has problems.
Kelly: Yeah, well, we'll go back to Jake’s and we'll have a serious girls' night out when you're feeling better.
Robin: You mean when I'm off the antidepressants.
Kelly: Well, they don't mix well with shots.
Robin: I've been taking handfuls of pills for years. I just don't understand why taking one more is such a big deal to me.
Kelly: So figure it out. I'm listening.
Robin: Okay. When I take my HIV meds, I feel like I'm saving my life. When I take antidepressants, I feel like I'm losing control.
Kelly: Okay, but you don't have to take them forever. Postpartum depression is very treatable once the patient decides to cooperate.
Robin: And I might lose Patrick, I mean, if I haven't already.
Kelly: I highly doubt that.
Robin: It's true. He's so incredibly angry with me, and for good reason.
Kelly: Okay, Patrick loves you. He changed his entire life to be with you.
Robin: Yes, he did, and look where it got him. And I'm hurting Emma, too, in the process, especially when she needs me.
Kelly: No, stop -- enough. Listen to me as a friend, not as a doctor, okay? Take the damn medication. Be glad you have it. Let other people deal with Emma for now. Stop focusing on what you can't do, and start figuring out what you can do and just do it. You'll find one positive little thing that you can do every day, even if it's just brushing your hair or taking a yoga class. And start spending a little bit of time with Patrick and Emma. It doesn't have to be perfect, but don't fight. Don't try to solve problems, just hang out. Try to find little ways to enjoy each other's company. I mean, look -- look around us. It's spring, the sun is shining. Robin, today is a good day.
Claudia: Come on, Olivia, you know exactly what I mean by family. It's that little thing that you don't have. You know, the husband and a house of your own, children --
Olivia: You shut your freaking mouth about Sonny's children after what you've done.
Claudia: What did I do? What did I do, Olivia? I married your ex-boyfriend? I know you can't stand to see me having the life that you wanted. Like it or not, Sonny's kids are my stepkids.
Olivia: You know what? I'm going to tell Sonny you're going all over town, running your mouth off about his kids. I'm going to tell him a whole hell of a lot more than that, too.
Claudia: Yeah, really? Like what?
Olivia: Oh, you can't imagine what I know about you.
Claudia: What's that supposed to mean?
Olivia: It means get your ass out of this office and don't stop walking until you find a nice, dark corner where you can hit your knees and start praying, because, honey, you are going to need it. Get out.
Sonny: When was the last time you had a glass of water? You do this all the time. You get so busy that you can't take care of yourself.
Carly: I just didn't eat breakfast this morning, that's all.
Sonny: No, you probably ate potato chips, drinking coffee, eating out of the vending machine. Why don't I make you something, you know, healthy?
Carly: You are the only one who can make broccoli taste good.
Sonny: Yeah, because I --
Carly: Must be the way you fry it up or something.
Sonny: No, I don't fry. I sauté it in olive oil with a little garlic.
Sonny: You don't like that?
Carly: Michael liked it. Well, he ate it sometimes. You remember that?
Sonny: You okay? What were you saying about Michael?
Carly: Well, Dr. Hensen examined him. She said that he is definitely in a permanent coma, and she agrees with Patrick that his hand moving was just a reflex, and there is no guarantee that the procedure will work for him.
Sonny: Did you ask her about her patients who died after the procedure?
Carly: Yes, they had preexisting conditions. There's just no guarantee that that's what they died of.
Sonny: Well, at least you've heard it from an expert.
Carly: There's something else.
Carly: The longer Michael is in a coma, the more his brain will atrophy.
Carly: So if we wait a couple of years until the procedure has better odds, Michael could wake up severely damaged, worse than he is now.
Tracy: I'm beginning to think that I should have listened to you in the first place. I think Ethan has an agenda. He's way too friendly, and he's staying way too long.
Lulu: Well, I agree he's a liar and a thief, but I don't think he's dangerous.
Tracy: I don't trust him, and it goes beyond money. I think what he is after could be disastrous, especially for you and your father.
Ethan: Well, hello, you two. Did you miss me?
Lulu: Not for a second.
Ethan: Oh, you will. It's only a matter of time.
Lulu: I think you're exaggerating. It's not like he's a serial killer.
Nikolas: I can't believe you want to go to a casino on such a nice day.
Rebecca: Yeah. Monica told me to do something I really enjoy. And I love blackjack.
Nikolas: Oh, yeah?
Rebecca: I used to hit the casinos all the time when I was in college.
Nikolas: Will you do me a favor and open up a bottle of champagne and deal some blackjack over there?
Ethan: I'd be delighted.
Mercedes: Hi, Dr. Scorpio.
Robin: Hi. Call me Robin, please. Thank you for being here, and thanks for helping us out.
Mercedes: Oh, no problem.
Robin: Would you do me a favor and get Emma ready while I call Patrick and ask him to meet us at the park?
Mercedes: Patrick's already at the park. He picked up Emma a little a while ago.
Robin: Well, that's the best news I've gotten all day. Thanks.
Patrick: You know, your mom and I are going through a tough time right now. But we love each other, and she loves you, and she's never going to walk away from us. You know, I never expected to be here, never in the park with my own kid. But I've got to say, I'm loving every minute of it. And I'll forever be grateful to your mother for helping me get here. Your mom and I both assumed that I would be a terrible father. Yeah, and I'm not saying I'm the best, but I'm going to tell you something. Never assume anything, okay? Always try and do the best with what you have. Because I promise you, that is exactly what I'm going to do for you.
Elizabeth: Hey, sorry we're late.
Claudia: Hey, I'm really glad you're here. I bought you something, really nice -- really nice brandy. It's a peace offering.
Sonny: I'll have some later.
Claudia: You know, I was thinking about what happened earlier with Olivia.
Sonny: Don't be yelling at Olivia. She's always welcome in my home.
Claudia: Sonny, your home --
Sonny: Yeah, my house.
Claudia: Your home, okay. Your home? Even Olivia can see that this place needs some major work.
Sonny: I like my house the way it is.
Claudia: It's too old, dark, and stuffy.
Sonny: Carly fixed it up. She knows what I like.
Claudia: Well, she put you in a cocoon.
Claudia: No, really -- see, people in the business already think that you're paranoid. A room like this, it does not help.
Sonny: And you think you can do better?
Claudia: Yeah, I do.
Claudia: At anything and everything.
Sonny: What are -- yeah?
Sonny: All right, well, you know.
Olivia: Okay, I'll keep Dr. Hansen posted on any changes, like you requested.
Olivia: Hey, did you by any chance make a copy of the DVD that your brother sent?
Jax: What brought this up?
Olivia: Well, I know that you destroyed the original. I just -- I was just double-checking.
Jax: No, I didn't make any copies. Why, did Jerry call again?
Olivia: No, it's -- Claudia came over to this office today. And you should have heard her running her mouth off about Sonny's family and being the mother to his stepkids. And I swear, if I would have had that disk in my hand, I would have gone over and given it to Sonny right now.
Jax: Well, then I'm glad you didn't have it.
Olivia: I don't know how much longer I'm going to be able to stand this, Jax. Eventually, someone's going to have to tell Sonny the truth.
Jax: Look, Claudia and Jerry were working together. If Carly finds out that my brother had something to do with putting Michael into a coma, she would be devastated. I thought we agreed on this.
Olivia: We do, we do. We agree on this. I'm talking about telling Sonny. Jax, we could go over there right now. It would be so simple. We could tell him the truth. I know he would believe us, and I think he would even be willing to keep Jerry's part in it a secret to protect Carly’s feelings.
Jax: Okay, now you're rationalizing.
Olivia: Well, probably, but I've known Sonny for a really long time, and I just -- it makes me sick to my stomach that he's been tricked into marrying this witch who's responsible for his kid getting shot.
Jax: You're talking to the wrong person when it comes to caring about Sonny. I couldn't give a damn about him. I care about Carly and that's it. I'm going to track Jerry down. I'm going to put an end to this once and for all.
Olivia: Right now?
Jax: Yeah, don't tell anyone anything until I get back, okay? Give me a chance to work this out.
Carly: What are you working on?
Lulu: Could you be a little less obvious?
Ethan: You care to join us, your highness?
Tracy: No, thank you. I'm fine over here.
Ethan: All right. Lulu?
Lulu: Not a chance.
Ethan: All right, well, then I guess it's just the prince and his fair maiden.
Ethan: Welcome to the Haunted Star.
Nikolas: My treat. No argument, please.
Rebecca: Okay, thanks.
Lulu: Nikolas, I think this is a bad idea.
Nikolas: What, gambling?
Lulu: No, you being anywhere near Emily’s look-alike. Your father was completely obsessed with our mother. Your Uncle Stefan was. I mean, it's a Cassadine thing. You're falling right into it. It needs to stop.
Ethan: So what do you say we play a few hands for no money while we wait?
Rebecca: No, I only play for money.
Ethan: Oh, a woman after my own heart.
Rebecca: Stop flirting -- deal.
Tracy: Spumoni, it's Tracy Quartermaine. I want you to crank up that laptop and find out anything you can on Ethan Lovett, l-o-v-e-t-t, the bartender from the Haunted Star. Find out all family connections, especially who his parents are.
Patrick: Let me hear your car sound. Make a car sound -- loud.
Elizabeth: Let me hear it. You do good car sounds.
Elizabeth: Oh, yeah.
Elizabeth: All day long.
Elizabeth: Go, go, go.
Claudia: You could stay for a little while. You know, we have a lot of time.
Sonny: I've got somewhere I got to go.
Claudia: So, Sonny --
Claudia: What about the house?
Sonny: Do whatever you want.
Claudia: Really, you're sure?
Sonny: You live here, right?
Claudia: Yeah. Thank you.
Sonny: The place looks fine to me.
Sonny: I forgot my wallet. What the hell are you doing?
Jax: I want to look into every possible treatment for Michael.
Carly: I thought that's what you've been doing.
Jax: I just have to follow up on some contacts face to face.
Olivia: Okay, I'm going to call the airport and have them prep the jet.
Jax: Thank you.
Jax: Once we've considered all of our alternatives, then we can make a decision about Michael.
Carly: I thought we made a decision about Michael.
Jax: I know, I just want to exhaust all of our options. I love you more than you can imagine. I'll be back as soon as I can, okay? I promise.
Carly: I love you.
Jax: I love you, too.
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