General Hospital Transcript Monday 6/26/17
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Episode #13834 ~ Carly remains skeptical about Sonny's wish to leave the mob; Josslyn lies to Bobbie; Kiki comforts Ava.
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Michael: No. No.
Hayden: [Groans] Morning sickness at night. Always the overachiever. [Groans] Ugh.
Curtis: Whoa! I come in peace.
Hayden: Well, you won't find any here.
Curtis: Yeah, I know exactly how you feel.
Hayden: No, you really don't.
Griffin: Finn, how you doing? You here for rehab?
Finn: Here as a patient, nothing else. The hospital is safe. [Chuckles]
Griffin: Look, I just want to make sure everything's okay with Hayden and the baby.
Finn: Oh. Right. How's she feeling? A little morning sickness, but otherwise she's okay. Everything checked out with the Ob-Gyn.
Griffin: So you're moving forward.
Finn: If you're asking me if Hayden's gonna keep the baby, the answer is yes.
Griffin: Great. I mean, great that -- you guys were, uh, uh, both so surprised when you found out that you were pregnant, I wasn't sure how you'd handle it.
Finn: Yeah, I told her how I felt, how I like, uh, kids, but ultimately the decision was hers. And she decided she's ready to be a mom.
Griffin: And are you ready to be a father?
Dr. Obrecht: Your heart appears to have sustained no lasting damage from your recent cardiac arrest.
Ava: So there's no chance of it happening again?
Dr. Obrecht: There's always a risk with burn victims. But, um, your injuries put an extraordinary amount of stress on the heart. I see you decided not to be resuscitated in case of another crisis.
Ava: Yeah, that's right.
Dr. Obrecht: The good news is that you appear to be healing. You've made a lot of progress in the last few days.
Ava: Hm. [Sarcastically] That's wonderful.
Dr. Obrecht: Is that sarcasm I detect? Ms. Jerome, are you not cheered by the improvement in your health?
Julian: [Chuckles] Care to share some of that?
Julian: Mm. You seem to have enough ice cream there for two people.
Alexis: Don't you ever eat at home?
Julian: Don't you?
Alexis: I ran out of ice cream.
Julian: Still, I've never seen you order a dessert quite that size.
Alexis: There's always a first time.
Julian: Mm, maybe. But not for the disciplined woman I know.
Alexis: Disciplined? I drank myself into a stupor every night for months not that long ago.
Julian: I see, so that's what's bothering you, huh? You were, uh, craving a drink, you thought maybe ice cream would help? Is it working?
Oscar: It's supposed to be hot tomorrow.
Josslyn: Yeah. I mean, I have to be at the stables at 6:30 a.m. for my ride. The horse I have over the summer, Ramses, you know, he's super sweet, but I just feel like it's not fair taking him out when it's burning hot.
Oscar: You have a horse named Ramses?
Josslyn: Yeah. But it's just for the summer. It's like a leasing agreement. I'm not sure I'm ready for a horse of my own. I mean, it's a big responsibility.
Oscar: [Sighs] I didn't know that about you, that you ride horses. It fits you.
Josslyn: What do you mean?
Oscar: Well, you seem like someone who cares about real things, like horses, and not spending every minute of your life taking selfies and seeing how many "likes" you get.
Josslyn: Well, I guess that's true. Do you like real things?
Sonny: Did I do something wrong? What's going on? What? You all right?
Carly: [Clears throat]
Sonny: I thought you wanted a kiss.
Carly: I did. I did.
Sonny: Then why'd you stop?
Carly: Because you're doing it again, Sonny! Here I am, about to be divorced from you, about to be out of your life, and I had to stand there and watch you almost get yourself killed. I was so afraid that I was gonna lose you I could barely breathe.
Julian: Do you mind me asking what brought on that craving for a drink? I mean, was it something specifically that triggered it?
Alexis: Uh... it doesn't necessarily work that way. You know, it doesn't have to be any one thing specifically. It was a warm, breezy night, and I was at home alone. And I wanted to feel something other than the maudlin nostalgia for happier summer nights and the piercing regret of what's happened to my life.
Alexis: It's not all about you, Julian. It's...
Julian: Just loneliness. Loss. I'm right there with you, Alexis. I get it.
Griffin: I get it. Parenthood can be daunting. For that brief time I thought Charlotte was my daughter, I was terrified. You know, but you rise to the challenge, much like you're doing by getting sober.
Finn: [Chuckles] Yeah, um... hopefully, I won't be diving head-first into a relapse.
Griffin: Well, it happens.
Finn: There are days I'd cut off this hand for a fix.
Griffin: Then how do you deal with that?
Finn: Eh, it's too cliché.
Griffin: Come on, I won't judge.
Finn: I take the time to breathe, to think. I wrap my head around what's at stake now -- the love I have for Hayden and the baby -- and I find a way through it.
Curtis: You look a little green. Not that it doesn't suit you. You okay?
Hayden: I'm fine.
Curtis: Yeah, wish I could say the same. Well then, why am I here?
Hayden: I have a job offer.
Curtis: [Chuckles] I wish a payday could make me feel better. All right, we'll give it a shot. What you got?
Hayden: Well, um, it's about Finn's drug tests. They keep coming back positive.
Curtis: Still? How can you be so convinced that he's not using?
Hayden: He's not.
Curtis: Right. Look, the road to recovery is not a straight line. I wouldn't be surprised if he relapsed.
Hayden: He's not taking Zekenestrol anymore. Why do you doubt him?
Curtis: I'm not doubting Finn, okay? He's a good dude, and he treats you good. That's all good. But he's an addict, and addicts lie. Take it from me. I'm just looking out for you.
Hayden: Well, you don't have to. Someone has been altering Finn's drug tests to make it look like he's still using. And he's been suspended from the hospital indefinitely.
Curtis: And you need me to root out who's messing with Finn's life?
Hayden: No, we know who it is. We just need you to help us prove it.
Ava: I'm not feeling very optimistic about my life these days.
Dr. Obrecht: That isn't unusual for a patient in your condition. Would you like to talk to someone, one of the psychiatrists here?
Kiki: Hey, Mom. How are you feeling?
Dr. Obrecht: The best medicine is here. That should lift your spirits. I know mine would soar if I had the luxury of being with my daughter.
Kiki: I heard your condition was improving, so I thought I'd come by on my break. I thought that would mean that you felt better, but I guess not.
Ava: Epiphany was here and she was changing my bandages, and while they were off, I asked for a mirror.
Kiki: Oh, Mom, you can't --
Ava: I saw what I am. I'm like something out of a nightmare. But I guess that's the price I have to pay, right, for what I did to Morgan, what I did to you?
Josslyn: My favorite part about riding is, you know, when I can just let Ramses gallop. You know, we can get away from everything -- you know, the pressure, my problems, my crazy family. You know, I can't think about anything else just other than guiding my horse and the wind in my face.
Oscar: I mean, I don't ride horses, but that's how I feel when I play music.
Josslyn: Oh, you're a musician? Well, what instrument?
Oscar: Well, piano, mostly. My favorite thing to do is to just let go and get lost in the music. You know, all those people who don't understand you get smaller and quieter until you can't see or hear them anymore.
Josslyn: Yeah, it feels good not having to think about them.
Oscar: Yeah, it does.
[Car approaches in distance]
Josslyn: [Gasps] Oh, my God!
Oscar: What? What's wrong?
Josslyn: My grandmother's here!
Oscar: Wait, what? Why?
Josslyn: She lives here. Oh, my God, she just got here! I heard her car!
[Car door closes]
Sonny: Carly, I'm sorry you got caught in the middle of this mess. I -- it came out of nowhere. I didn't know anything about it.
Carly: What are you talking about? That's your entire life, Sonny! It always has been and always will be. If Jason didn't show up when he did, we both would be dead.
Sonny: We'd figure a way out.
Carly: Until the next time. Or the time after that. I can't stand reliving the last time you were shot, Sonny, remembering you laying there in that hospital bed fighting for your life, remembering the promises I made to you in the hospital chapel -- the promises that I thought I could keep. I promised to love you and be faithful to you for the rest of our lives, okay. Promising anything and everything just so you'll live.
Sonny: Whatever deal you made with God, it worked. Because I'm here, you're here. Can't we think about how we survived? How we pulled each other through? You don't think that means that we belong together?
Nelle: I have to warn you.
Michael: Warn me? What? What?
Nelle: My room's kind of...
Michael: Is there a bed?
Nelle: Yeah. Yeah.
Michael: It's okay, then.
Carly: You don't understand. Because here we are again, Sonny. The same place we always end up. We just got here a lot faster.
Sonny: Where's that, Carly?
Carly: Between love and violence.
Carly: Bliss and grief.
Carly: Hope and loss. We barely survived, Sonny. And I'm so angry. I'm so angry, I could scream.
Sonny: I know. And I don't blame you. I'm angry at myself.
Carly: [Voice breaking] No, you don't understand. I'm not mad at you. I'm not upset with you. I'm angry at myself. Because I'm so afraid to lose you that I can't even think straight. [Normal voice] And I hate that! I hate caring about you! And I hate all of this! I hate -- God!
Sonny: Me? You hate me?
Oscar: Okay, um...
Josslyn: No, no.
Oscar: Oh, okay. Okay.
Josslyn: We do not have time for that right now.
Oscar: Oh! Um...
Bobbie: Who are you?
Josslyn: Hi, Grandma.
Oscar: Oscar, ma'am.
Bobbie: Mm. Well, I sent the nearly-naked kids in the hot tub packing. Some of them didn't even bother to retrieve their clothes. You're lucky. You get to leave with all your clothes on.
Oscar: Yes, ma'am.
Bobbie: That's your cue, Oscar.
Oscar: Oh, okay.
Bobbie: Use the front door.
Josslyn: I can...explain --
Bobbie: Explain? No, Josslyn. I am the one who will be doing the explaining.
Kiki: Mom, don't talk like that. Okay, it's still really early in your treatment. You're just starting to heal. And reconstructive surgery is gonna do a lot.
Ava: Oh, Kiki. I know how hard it must be for you to comfort me. You're too kind and too good to write me off. Really, it would be easier if you would hate me.
Kiki: Easier for who? For me or for you?
Griffin: For what it's worth, I'm really impressed with your recovery. You know, especially since circumstances outside your control have forced you out of a job temporarily.
Finn: [Chuckles] The circumstances aren't necessarily out of my control.
Griffin: Hey, come on, Brad Cooper was nowhere near your last drug screen, and it came back positive.
Finn: It was a rushed judgment on Brad. We thought he was trying to sabotage me because of greed when the real motive was some sort of twisted envy.
Griffin: Some poor soul envies you?
Finn: I know. [Chuckles] Hard to believe, but it has more to do with my position here at the hospital.
Griffin: Enough to destroy your career?
Finn: That's been her goal since I showed up here.
Finn: You know who I'm talking about. Obrecht.
Curtis: You know, the last time we talked about this, you had said that, uh, you had a trick to target whoever's messing with Finn.
Hayden: Yeah, I did. We gave my urine to the lab but identified it as Finn's. But still, it came back positive for opioids and for --
Curtis: And for what?
Julian: You know, it's not a sign of weakness to admit that you're lonely.
Alexis: I can get through this myself.
Julian: No, you don't have to. You really shouldn't have to. I mean, I was there when you spent that first night in months without a drink. You know, we got through that night together, Alexis.
Alexis: That night is long past.
Julian: Maybe. But here we are again, together. [Chuckles] [Inhales deeply] I don't know, maybe my cravings to blot out my own thoughts was... well, fate. Maybe I was, uh, meant to run into you.
Ava: Oh, honey. It would be easier for both of us if you could turn your back on me.
Kiki: I mean, I know you love me. And I love you. Yeah. Part of me thinks if I could walk away and never turn back, my life would be better.
Ava: Then do it. Do that.
Kiki: You really want me to go? And, what? Not come back?
Scott: Hey! How's my girl? Oh. If I'm interrupting, I can come back --
Ava: No, it's okay, really. Kiki was just leaving.
Curtis: Hayden. Tell me about the lab results from the urine switcheroo.
Hayden: The point is, we knew someone was sabotaging Finn. And we were sure it was the lab manager. But when we blocked his access to Finn's drug tests, they still came back positive. And now he's been suspended from the hospital, and he can't be reinstated until we can prove that he's being framed.
Curtis: And you need me to find said proof.
Curtis: All right, that's a piece of cake. I already have a few ideas.
Hayden: Great. What are they?
Curtis: Well, yo, we got to talk money, first.
Hayden: What happened to "I'm your friend" and all that?
Curtis: I'm here on business. Now, if you want to talk like friends, you can start by telling me about the baby you're having.
Dr. Obrecht: Dr. Finn, I assume you're on the premises as part of your drug treatment program?
Finn: Mm, yeah, the program that's working so well that I haven't used in months.
Dr. Obrecht: Your drug tests indicate otherwise.
Finn: That's because someone's been doctoring them to make it look like I'm still under the influence.
Alexis: So what happened this morning? Your associate wanted Sonny dead. That much was clear. What wasn't clear was what you were gonna do about it. And I called Sonny. I tried to reach him. But it went right to voicemail.
Julian: Well, I gave the information to Jason. I'm sure he passed it on to Sonny.
Alexis: So Sonny's all right?
Julian: I think I would've heard otherwise if he wasn't.
Alexis: Ah. Mm. You went the distance today. You warned Sonny.
Julian: Well, I might be going to prison soon. I just thought maybe I could make one last effort to make a difference in somebody's life.
Alexis: Your "associate" -- what's his name?
Alexis: Garvey. Can't be too happy about you not joining him against Sonny. Are you in danger now?
Bobbie: I was at work when Ian Toppal called to tell me there were kids in the hot tub. And I said that wasn't possible because no one was home. You were spending the night at Trina's. At least, that's what we discussed. Then I started to wonder if maybe you'd lied to me. Maybe you called Trina. You told her no one was home and you could have a party. Is that the narrative? Did I get that right?
Josslyn: Yes. Okay, but I wasn't planning on drinking. Trina brought friends who brought wine coolers and beer, and I didn't know what to do.
Josslyn: I couldn't ask them to leave.
Bobbie: Why not? Did you think it would make you look uncool?
Josslyn: Well, yeah. But to be really honest with you, grandma, I didn't want them to go. I just wanted to have some fun.
Bobbie: Okay, that's it.
Josslyn: I wanted to be able to hang out with my friends and not think about Mom and Sonny and Morgan and everything else.
Bobbie: And did you?
Josslyn: I did, Grandma. I had the best night! But it won't happen again. Ever.
Sonny: You think I wasn't scared when that bastard had a gun on you? You think my heart didn't skip a beat when I thought that you could die? 'Cause, let me tell you something. If you had died... ...I couldn't live without you.
Carly: I can't live without you. [Voice breaking] I can't live without you.
Julian: If I thought I was in danger, I wouldn't be here right now. I promise you, Alexis. I wouldn't expose you to that again. I'm safe. But thank you for asking. It does mean a lot to me.
Alexis: When you were with Jason, did you see Sam?
Julian: Yeah. I went to their apartment, so...
Alexis: How was she?
Julian: Mm. She was fine. I mean, hostile to me, as usual. I mean, I guess they thought I wanted to see my grandkids. Why? Are you worried about Sam for some reason?
Alexis: She's been really agitated lately. And when I ask her about it, she gets upset. Of course, she's really upset with me now.
Julian: Mm. Because you were defending my rights as father when Olivia wouldn't let me see Leo.
Alexis: Yep. I'm gonna check on her tomorrow.
Julian: Hey, well, listen. If you're worried about Sam, then so am I. Can you, uh... can you do me a little favor and just, you know, maybe keep me in the loop about our daughter?
Julian: Thank you. Well, I actually... [Chuckles] I feel a little bit better. How about you? Ice cream help? Or do you still need a drink?
Dr. Obrecht: Dr. Finn, you believe someone to be sabotaging your career?
Finn: I don't believe it. I'm certain of it.
Griffin: Yeah, so am I.
Dr. Obrecht: I'm surprised at you, Dr. Munro. Dr. Finn's fabrications are only to be expected. Denial is a huge part of any addict's life. But to have convinced you, as well? Your compassion is clouding your judgment.
Griffin: No, it's not compassion. I'm convinced that Finn is in recovery.
Dr. Obrecht: [Scoffs] We are doctors. We don't rely on instinct or sentiment. Science gives us the hard answers, and this hospital has been more than generous in affording Dr. Finn opportunities to reform. But alas, he has failed multiple drug tests. This hospital has lost an excellent doctor, but there's nothing we can do about it.
Griffin: You're right. It must be her. How do we prove it?
Hayden: [Laughs] You think I'm pregnant?
Curtis: Once a cop, always a cop.
Hayden: [Scoffs] Oh, right.
Curtis: I'm trained to observe, Hayden. Look at you. You're about to heave right now.
Hayden: Cook two's chicken salad -- it was a little iffy at lunch.
Curtis: Mm-hmm. And you mentioned earlier about the lab results came back positive for opioids and "something else."
Curtis: And you have not left the child toy alone since I've been here.
Hayden: Between little Leo Falconeri and Monica's grandkids, there's a toy between every couch cushion!
Curtis: Mm. Mm-hmm. You're pregnant.
Hayden: Yeah, I am.
Curtis: [Laughs] Congratulations.
Hayden: Thank you. Finn and I were, um... pretty shocked. [Chuckles]
Curtis: Yeah, I bet.
Hayden: When Griffin said it, it didn't really sink in at first. For either of us.
Curtis: Finn cool with this?
Hayden: Oh, he's great.
Curtis: You cool with this?
Josslyn: Look, I'm really sorry about the hot tub, okay? But I didn't even realize what was going on out there. I was in here the whole time with Oscar. He's really nice, and I liked talking to him. But that's it. That's all we did.
Bobbie: While you were drinking.
Josslyn: One drink! I swear!
Bobbie: You're underage by seven years!
Josslyn: I shouldn't have. It was stupid, okay? But didn't you ever do anything wrong when you were my age?
Bobbie: Oh, no, no, no, no, no. This is not about me. This was wrong, Josslyn. You lied to me.
Josslyn: Yeah, because I thought --
Bobbie: Because you knew that I would say no. I can't allow you to have boys over here without an adult present. And I cannot, will not, have you drinking here.
Josslyn: I understand, okay? It won't happen again.
Bobbie: You already said that.
Josslyn: Yeah, because I'm telling you that I won't! Okay? I'm really sorry, Grandma. You're not going to tell Mom, are you?
Bobbie: Oh, honey, yes, of course, I am.
Kiki: I guess I'm leaving. Bye, Mom.
Ava: Lauren Katherine. I love you. I'm just not very good at it.
Scott: Well, that kind of sounded serious.
Ava: [Voice breaking] Nothing for you to worry about.
Scott: Well, I do. I do worry. Listen, I brought you balloons and I brought you candy, you know, from your favorite chocolatier. But they wouldn't let me bring it in. It's a sterile environment and all, you know.
Ava: That's okay, Scott. I never really much liked balloons anyway.
Scott: I'm sorry that it took me so long to get here.
Ava: Come on. I know you're only here, because you're afraid I'm gonna squeal to the cops about your part in what I did to Morgan.
[Michael and Nelle have sex on her bed]
Hayden: [Sighs] Isn't there a superstition you're not supposed to tell people too early about a baby or it's bad luck?
Curtis: Uh, I'm pretty sure that's about giving gifts to the unborn kid.
Curtis: I could be wrong.
Hayden: Well, other than Elizabeth and a couple of others, no one knows.
Curtis: Hold up. You told your sister?
Hayden: I basically threw up in front of her and Jake at the hospital. She figured it out. People in my life are way too perceptive.
Curtis: And you weren't eager to tell me because...?
Hayden: Because since I found out, whether I'm awake or asleep, this is baby is in my body and in my head. When Finn and I aren't talking about the drug test, we're talking about the baby. I can't concentrate at work because everything is about the baby. Finn needs your help, but here we are talking about the baby!
Curtis: Yes, we are talking about the baby. Hayden, who else can you talk to, but me?
Finn: Hayden thinks there's a way to prove that Obrecht's been sabotaging my tests. I'm not sure how she plans to do it, but when Hayden's determined, there's no stopping her.
Griffin: Well, you're lucky to have her by your side.
Finn: Yes, I am. If I hadn't mentioned this before, I'm fortunate to have you on my side, too.
Griffin: Uh-oh, watch out. [Laughing] I think the prospect of becoming a father has made you soft. [Laughs]
Finn: Forget I said anything.
Finn: Hey. Good news. Don't throw the party just yet. But you might get your wish and get me back here.
Dr. Obrecht: Oh?
Finn: You were wrong when you said there's nothing I can do about those incriminating tests. There is.
[Knocks on table]
Scott: Ava, I'm not here because I'm afraid that you're gonna rat me out. I'm here 'cause I care about you a lot. When I heard what happened to you, it made me sick. And I thought, "if only I had gotten to you. If only we had gotten you out of town."
Ava: If only.
Scott: Yeah, well, Lucy's the one that spilled the beans to Sonny and Carly at the Nurses' Ball. And she had plenty to say to Dante about my role in the cover-up at the PCPD. But I diverted Dante. But he's on a fishing expedition. Has he been here?
Ava: Not yet, no. Sonny has.
Ava: Just relax. I didn't breathe a word about you. And Sonny didn't even ask.
Scott: Well, if Sonny does ask, or Dante, what are you gonna say?
Griffin: Hey, Kiki. What happened? Was it your mom?
Kiki: She doesn't want me to see her. She wants me to hate her. And part of me does. Part of me is just really relieved that she doesn't want me to hide my anger and disappointment anymore.
Griffin: But part of you still loves her.
Kiki: Yeah. I'm sorry.
Sonny: I guess we're not splitting up, huh?
Carly: What makes you think that?
Sonny: Well, I mean, you know, after what we just did, said... that doesn't change anything?
Carly: Well, I mean... we always have known that we love each other. Love has never been the problem. It's everything else.
Sonny: Not anymore. Listen. I know you said we survived, but I know that that is gonna happen again and again. And I'm telling you right now. I'm done. I'm getting out of this business.
Bobbie: It would be completely irresponsible of me not to tell your mother what happened here tonight. Because if I keep quiet about this, you're gonna think I condone what you did.
Josslyn: No! No, I wouldn't! Please, Grandma. I'm going through so much right now with Mom and with Sonny getting my dad sent away. And it's disgusting how she's off with him right now at his island love shack.
Bobbie: Okay, here's a hint. Trying to turn this around by saying your mother is in the wrong, that's going to get you exactly nowhere.
Josslyn: Okay, okay. Then forget Mom and Sonny. Just, please don't let Mom take my life away. And, I mean, she doesn't need the hassle either, I mean, right?
Josslyn: I mean, why burden her with more problems when she's going through so much right now anyways?
Bobbie: Do not try to manipulate me.
Josslyn: Sorry. Okay. Then do it for me. Because you know that one mistake doesn't make me a screw up. Because you love me, and I love you.
Bobbie: Just... clean this place up.
Alexis: No, I don't want a drink. I want to go home.
Julian: You really think somebody should be alone on a night like this?
Alexis: Well, sometimes they are. That's just the way that it is.
Julian: [Clears throat] Well, how about I drive you home?
Alexis: I had too much sugar. It doesn't mean I can't operate heavy machinery.
Julian: How about I put the top down and we listen to some tunes? I actually made a playlist from when I was in college. We have Prince, Michael Jackson, Bowie.
Alexis: They're all dead.
Julian: Hmm, that's true. Well, how about, Uh, U2... Blondie, Sting? They're still alive, Alexis. And so are we. Now, we can drive -- wind in our hair, stars. We can blast some music like we were kids on summer vacation. Let me take you home.
Ava: I'd never rat on you, Scott. You don't have to worry.
Scott: Thank you. If I'd only put the right dosage of lithium in that bottle, Sonny would never have found out.
Ava: I've been over the ifs, the what-might-have-beens. It doesn't do any good, you know. And I'm tired of thinking about it. [Voice breaking] I'm really just -- I'm just tired.
Scott: Okay. I'll let you get some rest. But I'll be back.
Ava: Don't bother.
Scott: No. I will be, because I care about you, Ava.
Ava: Goodbye, Scott.
Griffin: Ava... she may say that she wants you away, but she really needs you right now.
Kiki: It's all about her?
Griffin: No, hey. Look, you've been -- you've been traumatized, too. And you don't have to go through this alone. There are counselors and resources. Look, I think seeking help would make a huge difference in the choices you make regarding your mom.
Kiki: So you're not just ordering me to forgive her?
Griffin: I tried that recently, um... it got nowhere. And besides, for forgiveness to actually work, you have to find your own way to it. And I just hope whatever -- whatever decision you make, it gives you peace of mind.
Curtis: Okay, come on. Have a seat, relax.
Curtis: It is perfectly okay to be scared. Becoming a parent is a huge change. I know I'd be petrified. [Chuckles]
Hayden: I thought I'd have this amazing connection to my baby, that I'd love it instantly. I'd have dreams -- big, impossible dreams -- and so much hope and joy I wouldn't be able to stand it. And instead, I'm -- [Voice breaking] I don't know.
Hayden: Yeah. Ambivalent. Oh God, Curtis, I don't know if I want to be a mother.
Julian: We can take the back roads to your house and drive around the lake, listen to some tunes. Well, we can do an experiment. See if the objects in the rear-view mirror are really closer than they appear.
Alexis: You need to hear me, because I mean this. I'm not letting you in again.
Michael: [Breathing heavily] I can't believe -- that was...
Nelle: Neither can I. That was...
[Both breathing heavily]
Josslyn: Yeah. It's like it never happened. Mom won't ever know I had a party tonight. Unless you tell her.
Carly: You're gonna leave the business?
Sonny: I'm gonna quit that part of my operation. No more danger. No more violence. I want to do everything I can to make a good life for you and our family.
Carly: You know, maybe you believe you can do that. But I don't.
On the next "General Hospital" --
Liesl (to Kiki): I could ensure that day comes sooner if you are willing to help me.
Hayden (to Curtis, with Finn listening in): What kind of life am I offering this child?
Kristina (to Julian, with Alexis): Why do you care about warning my father?
Jason (to Sam): Maybe we should see a doctor.
Carly (to Sonny): You don't think there's a possibility for an all-out war for your territory?
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