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    General Hospital CAST - Tracy Quartermaine - Daily Updates Archive

    Full detailed profile on Tracy Quartermaine Played by Jane Elliot on General Hospital Daytime Soap Opera.

    Jane Elliot (ABC)

    Birthday: January 17, 1947
    Birthplace: New York, New York
    Marital Status: Divorced, Louis Rojas. One daughter, one son.
    Real Name: Jane Elliot


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    From Hero to Casualty?

    Thursday, April 19 2007

    Luke is asking Tracy how she got in cahoots with Scott! Tracy that she went to Shady Brooke to warn the staff to keep Scott away from Laura and found him there. She says that she heard Scott's plan out and agreed to help him to keep Luke away from Laura. She admits that it's not fun watching her husband fight for who gets to pick Laura's next pair of slippers, but she is pretending to be on Scott's side for his sake. Luke wonders how he can trust her, then turns to the chair and says, "Alan, can I trust her?" Just then Alice announces that Mayor Floyd has arrived (at Tracy's request). She asks him to fire Scott Baldwin from his new job as Special Prosecutor. She says that he faked his own death to avoid criminal charges a few years ago, but Floyd says that was never proven and that he brought Baldwin in to clean up Port Charles. Lukesays,"Whatever he's got on you must be nasty." Floyd and Luke duke it out verbally and finally Floyd leaves. Tracy tells Luke that she just tried to cash in years of political favors for him and he blew it! Luke tells her that if he loses Laura, their marriage is over. Then he storms out of the room. A little later he come back and apologizes. He says that he does trust her and that they need to come up with a plan. Tracy is deeply hurt and finally speaks. She says, "If you think that I'm going to tolerate your little tantrums all in the name of true love, you'd better wake up and smell the burning bridge." He tells her that he's just crazy where Baldwin is concerned, that's all. Tracy says, "I love you Luke and that is a rare emotion for me. Do NOT expect it to last forever." She says that she was willing to go after Scott Baldwin when there was nothing in it for her, and for her efforts she was mistrusted by her husband. She tells him that if he wants to risk what they've found together for Laura -- go head. She goes on to say that Laura is a moot point because she is not coming back and he needs to accept it.

    Be Careful What You Dish For.

    Wednesday, April 18 2007

    Scott and Tracy are bickering outside of Laura's door at Shady Brook. He suggests that they could be mutually beneficial for each other. He explains that if he gets guardianship of Laura then she would finally get her husband's undivided attention. Tracy wants to know what's in it for him? Scott contends that he simply wants to protect Laura from Luke. He says that he can win this but he needs to throw a few speed bumps at Luke and that's where she comes in. "Deal," Tracy says.

    Luke and Tracy are in the Q study having a drink together when Scott comes in to inform Luke that he will be called as a witness in Laura's guardianship case. Luke stands up to argue with him but Tracy surprises him when she suggests that Luke "give Laura to Scott." She tells him that that he doesn't want to air his dirty laundry in front of Lulu, does he? Scott says that he needs to take better care of this wife than he did his last one. He leaves and Luke tells Tracy that he will never abandon Laura. "You may not have to," Tracy says.

    Sam's Background Is Revealed!

    Tuesday, April 17 2007

    Tracy and Alan are having another ghostly conversation. Alan is still stunned to realize that Tracy really loves Luke. He says that Luke rocks her world even though he's a cheater and a money grubber - just what she has always accused Monica of being. Luke walks into the room and Alan has the decency to disappear. Luke tells her that as it turns out, he isn't the guardian of Laura after all. Tracy says that she knows, and then admits that after Laura "left" the last time she went to the hospital and discovered that she signed over guardianship to Nikolas. Luke is hurt and wonders why Laura would do that. Tracy explains that Laura wanted him to remember her as the woman he loved, not someone he needs to take care of. Luke asks her how she knows that. "It's what I would do," she tells him lovingly.

    Scott is at Shady Brooke looking through Laura's window. Tracy comes behind him and tells him not to even think about it. Scott says that she should be glad that he's willing to take the other Mrs. Luke Spencer off Luke's hands. "I am Mrs. Luke Spencer. If Luke doesn't want you near Laura, I don't want you near Laura," Tracy tells him.

    "Oopsy Daisy?"

    Monday, April 16 2007

    Tracy goes to Luke and says that they need to talk about what didn't happen last night. Luke says that he's an open-minded guy and if she wants to believe that her brother is haunting her that's one thing. "But when you reach under the covers and start to noodle me…" Tracy cuts him off and thanks him for understanding. He says that it's only one night and by his count they are doing pretty well. As they kiss, Alan appears and tells Tracy that Luke isn't understanding at all, he must have found someone else! "You cheating bastard!" Tracy yells at Luke in the middle of a kiss. She continues her conversation to Alan and Luke says it sounds like her brother's ghost is working her. Monica comes in and asks why Tracy is talking to Alan's chair. Tracy comes out and tells Monica that Alan is haunting her. Alan taunts her to go ahead and tell Monica that she changed his will and that's why he's hanging around. Edward joins them and shames Tracy for intruding on Monica's grief with her delusions. Monica says that if Alan were going to haunt anyone it would be her. Tracy says that Alan is sitting in the chair right in front of her. Monica tells her to prove it, "Ask him what I like most in bed." Edward and Luke spew Brandy out of their mouths in unison. Alan turns and gives his widow a playful, sexy look.

    Back at the Q mansion Tracy doesn't want to delve into her sex life with her brother, but if that's what it takes to prove that Alan is truly haunting her, she asks him Monica's question anyway. Alan tells her "Oopsy Daisy." Tracy seems grossed out at the term while Luke, Edward and Monica think she's stalling. Finally she says, "Oopsy Daisy" and Monica gasps. Luke wants to know what that means and Edward doesn't. Monica asks how Tracy could have listened outside her bedroom door all those years. She tells her to let Alan rest in peace and then leaves in a huff. Edward tells his daughter that she needs to see a shrink. She agrees because the connotations of a sex position called "oopsy daisy" are permanently seared in her brain.

    After Edward has left the Q study in frustration, Luke says he thinks he should go too. Tracy begs him to stay. She says that she never believed in ghosts because she doesn't believe in guilt. She tells him if the price of forging his will means that Alan will stick around, so be it. Then she turns to Alan and tells him that she loves him and hates that he is dead. She goes on to explain that there's a part of her that is glad he's still around. Then she tells Luke that he's greedy and unreliable, but he "gets her" and is probably the best thing that ever happened to her. She says that she can't choose between her and her brother. "Holy mackerel, you really love him!" Alan says. Luke says that he hit the jackpot when he married her in more ways than one and that he's not leaving. At least not permanently. Alan says that he can't believe that Tract really loves Luke and that's more punishment than he could ever inflict. So he bids her a good night. Tracy tells Luke that they are blessedly alone for the night anyway. Luke tells her that they should figure out what it is that makes some body say "oopsy daisy."

    Just as Tracy and Luke are getting into it, Scott shows up. He announces his new job as special investigator for the prosecution office, and then hands over paperwork that states that he's going after guardianship of Laura.

    The Play Date Ends Abruptly.

    Tuesday, April 10 2007

    Luke and Tracy are getting hot and heavy on the sofa in the Q study and Alan "floats" in. Tracy screams at him and Luke tells her that she has got to get her guilty conscience under control. She reminds him that she has no conscience. Then she tells Alan that if she agrees to confess to altering the will with the help of Luke, will he go away? Luke starts to protest any such confession, but he's interrupted by a jubilant Edward who comes rushing in with a tape recorder in his hand. Edward tells Tracy that he won't use her taped admission if she agrees to give him ELQ stock. They bicker over the percentage and finally agree on 45%. Edward hands over the tape and skips out of the study. Luke is turned on by Spanky's ability to wheel and deal and as they start to kiss, Alan makes lightening strike. Tracy continues her debate with her invisible brother and Luke decides to pour himself a drink rather than attempt romance for the moment.

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