On Monday's General Hospital:
So, there's no doubt about it now. Nikolas is completely and totally over the edge. I can't blame him for lashing out at Lucky, though. I'm about ready to shake the man myself. Nikolas is right; you asked for this divorce, Lucky, quit whining about it. I will say though, it is good to see him showing a bit of spine and hiring his own lawyer instead of just rolling over for Liz and letting Jason's lawyer strip him of his custody rights. Remember, he doesn't know Jake isn't his – yet.
The way Liz and Lucky are bitterly going at this divorce, I have a feeling he's going to find out by Liz just screaming it at him coldly while they are arguing over who slept with who and why. Even if all their problems can be traced back to Lucky's pill addiction and sleazy romps with Maxie, the man deserves better than that.
When Trevor came to Sonny's office to gloat about getting Kate fired, it was Diane who went off on him and vowed to see him disbarred. This was mere moments after telling Sonny he couldn't use the law to do his bidding. Give a point to the self-sufficient, strong woman who stands up to the men who get under her skin and actually has the power to do as she says. She gets a second point for laying it on the line and calling Sonny a self-absorbed ape before going to Kate and offering to sue the magazine for firing her without reason.
Kate refused, saying if she dragged it out, she would be marked as a troublemaker and wouldn't be able to get a job with any magazine. She also gave Diane a sketch of the designer gown she owes her for earlier legal help and told her if the designer returned her calls she would have it soon, nearly brining the high-powered lawyer to tears.