As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 9/25/01


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[Phone beeping]

Jennifer: Hello? Oh, Emily, hi. I was just going to call you actually. Thanks again for taking me to your doctor this morning. Well, yeah -- it really meant a lot to me. [Knock at the door] I do feel a little bit different actually. I'm not so used to having so many secrets. Um -- I have to go. But thanks again, Emily. You were really there for me. Bye.

Billy: Hi. I just wanted to say some things.

Jennifer: Okay.

Billy: First of all, how're you doing?

Jennifer: All right.

Billy: Good, good. So, you know Bryant came in after you left the cottage.

Jennifer: You guys talk?

Billy: Nah, he just, you know, wanted to blow off some steam. So we raced each other across the lake.

Jennifer: That must have been chilly.

Billy: Yeah, I just kept thinking, I wish I would have been in all that cold water a couple hours before. But anyway -- but we're out there treading water in the dark and being best friends. And he told me how he never wanted to give up on you. But I already knew that. I mean, he loves you

Jennifer: I'm not sure he knows what "loving me" means right now.

Billy: Yeah, but I'm not too sure about a lot of things myself. But you know what, Jen? There's one thing I do know, that what happened with you and me, don't let it get in the way of you and Bryant. I mean, now that you know that he feels the same way and that he wants you back, why don't you think about living with him again? I mean, wouldn't it be the best for everybody? [Painful sighing]

Jake: Tell me all about how you hurt your foot.

Bonnie: It was crushed by a large clown. So if you want a drink, you'll have to ask someone else. I'm on break.

Isaac: Jake! My man! What's going on? I see you've met Bonnie. She will be working tonight's festivities.

Bonnie: Can't you see I'm injured? Some drunk in this mosh pit broke my foot last night.

Isaac: You stubbed your toe, and I saw it. Okay, but you know what? If you want, we can go to the hospital. We can get the emergency room. My brother Ben would be glad to get some x-rays and we could check it out. Well, look at that! She can walk! That's amazing!

Bonnie: I'll consult my private physician.

Isaac: Yeah, you do that. And these are the logos for the club. They're on the napkins here. Could you please make sure they face up this time. Thank you.

Bonnie: Tell the groom and his buddies not to push their luck with me tonight.

Jake: I would be the groom, and that's my buddy.

Bonnie: Then consider yourself warned.

Jake: Cute kid. Obnoxious seems to work for her.

Isaac: Yeah, but not for me. I hired her as a favor to Lisa. Now, you figure out a way to get rid of her, and tonight's festivities are on the house.

Jake: Yeah, after our one-time-only, live-from-Oakdale special event, she might be long gone.

Isaac: I don't think a night of football and cigars would scare her away.

Jake: Football?

Isaac: Yeah, what you laughing at?

Jake: Football?

Isaac: Yeah.

Jake: I want the live, live, live, live special event that no decent bachelor party would be without.

Carly: Hi!

Molly: Hello.

Carly: Did somebody here order a wedding ensemble?

Molly: That would be me.

Carly: Voila.

Molly: Thank you.

Carly: Oh, where's Jake? You'll have to promise me you're gonna put that someplace where he won't see it.

Molly: That would be the broom closet with the cleaning supplies. Because Mr.. McKinnon has never met a dust bunny he didn't like. Can I peek?

Carly: Yes, yes, it's your dress.

Molly: Carly -- this is my own piece of art. I have never owned anything so beautiful. You do realize you're brilliant, don't you?

Carly: Yeah.

Molly: Okay, because this is beyond perfection.

Carly: It does need a couple of alterations. So does this.

Molly: Is this --?

Carly: Yes.

Molly: Oh, may I?

Carly: No. I need to do a couple of things first. Now, you can make any changes you want, but you're not gonna need to. Because trust me, you're going to love it.

Molly: I know I am. You're on quite a roll so far.

Carly: Yes, you are.

Molly: You are too.

Carly: Oh, Molly -- I don't know. My life is not been on any kind of a roll that I can see.

Molly: But the worst is over, right? I mean, you're sticking around town?

Carly: To be determined.

Molly: Well, at least you're handling your future a lot better than I'm dealing with my past.

Carly: What is that supposed to mean?

Molly: Remember, I told you about Nick Scudder?

Carly: Oh, yeah. The sleazebag who took you out on a date that ended in jail time?

Molly: Mm-hmm, yeah. Well, not only is he living in town, but he's working at WOAK.

Carly: Do you mean you have to see that guy every day from 9:00 to 5:00?

Molly: Oh, it gets better. That very same man, as we speak, is hanging out with my daughter.

Dante: Damien -- we always meet over the barrel of a gun. You might think of putting that away, though. I didn't come alone.

Damien: Yes you did. Move away from the casket.

Dante: I never wanted to kill the boy, you know? Such an irony, that you end up being the one responsible for his death.

Damien: Step away or die where you stand.

Dante: Perhaps I will take a last look at the boy's body. Why not? You are going to kill me anyway.

Damien: Now, remove your weapon.

Dante: I'm unarmed.

Damien: You don't go anywhere without a gun. Slowly. Toss it over there. [Click]

Dante: You know, when I challenged you, I expected one of us to die eventually.

Damien: Then your time has come.

Dante: Well, you're not gonna be sporting about it? I mean, do I get a final request?

Damien: You'd like me to kill you quickly?

Dante: No. How 'bout an answer to the riddle? Is that really Luciano's body in there, or maybe he's back in the land of French fries and apple pie with his mommy and daddy number two, huh?

Damien: Do not speak of my son's death as if it were a joke.

Dante: This is all a -- this is a joke! This is all a joke!

Damien: Turn around. Turn around! On your knees. At least you'll die in a church. That's about as close to God as you'll ever get. [Gun cocking]

Dante: Then I'll see you in hell.

Isaac: Well, we have booze. We've got hot wings, pizza with extra cheese --

Jake: Extra cheese -- cheese.

Isaac: -- Illinois game on the satellite.

Jake: You said that we had some cigars?

Isaac: Imported, of course.

Jake: Yeah.

Isaac: Cards and poker chips.

Jake: Yeah? Well, I'm not hearing about any -- any live action.

Isaac: Oh, when Isaac Jenkins throws a party, it will be live.

Jake: Live.

Isaac: Yeah.

Jake: Right. Well, you know, did you ever hear the story about Sinatra?

Isaac: Which one?

Jake: Well, that he gave, Sinatra -- if Sinatra -- if he'd looked at a new song lyric and he had to ask, "where's the dame," he wouldn't sing the song. Yeah, you're not getting me.

Isaac: If you want ol' blue eyes on the jukebox, you got it.

Jake: No, no, no, no, no. No, I'm talking about song, dance, a dancer, possibly unencumbered with the unnecessary weight of unnecessary clothes. [Isaac chuckles]

Isaac: Ah-h-h-h, yeah! What kind of an establishment do you think I'm running here? Hmm? Dancer? No. No, no, I got you. I got you.

Jake: Don't do that to me. You got a surprise?

Isaac: Here's the deal. I'll talk with Rose D'Angelo.

Jake: What are you talking about, "with Rose D'Angelo"? I know her. She's a friend. You know, you -- you don't invite a friend or somebody that you know to -- to your bachelor

Isaac: How about one of Rose D'Angelo's friends from Atlantic City?

Jake: Oh.

Isaac: "Oh." Yeah, yeah. See, Rose has a couple of girlfriends in straight from the boardwalk. They were in here a couple of nights ago. Now, I'm not saying they were pole swingers, but they know how to throw on a show. [Both giggle]

Jake: I knew you wouldn't let me down.

Isaac: You know I got your back, J-mac. I came up with that.

Lisa: You fellas, oh, my, my. Congratulations in order here or something?

Isaac: Uh, yes. Jake is getting married.

Lisa: Well, this, we know. But what else? Come on, spill it. I wanna hear it. I wanna hear it.

Isaac: What are you talking about? What are you talking about?

Lisa: Well, I can -- I can tell by the little grins on your face -- I would say wolfish grins -- that you must be planning something. Oh, please, it couldn't have anything to do with the wedding, now could it? No, come on, tell me. Tell mama. Come on.

Isaac: Mama, I was talking with Jake about Bonnie, our new stellar waitress, and the fact she doesn't know anything about bachelor parties, probably.

Bonnie: A comment overheard. How fortuitous.

Jake: But she does know some big words, don't she?

Bonnie: Yes, I do. But let me make something simple enough for even Isaac to understand.

[Abigail giggles]

Abigail: I know. I have learned so much in the past few hours than I did in the first week of our class.

Adam: I know.

Abigail: You -- our documentary is gonna be amazing.

Adam: Yes, I'd like to thank the academy now for this wonderful award, and Nick Scudder for being so cool about this entire thing.

Abigail: Yes.

Nick: All right, should we keep going, or what?

Adam: I'm good to go. No, you have that thing tonight, right?

Abigail: Yes, the bachelorette party.

Nick: Ooh, sounds dangerous.

Abigail: Oh, I'm under 21. They're gonna behave themselves. I'm sure of it.

Nick: All right. Are you sure you don't need to be back at the house to help out?

Abigail: Uh, yeah, the twins are with their grandma Donna, and Molly's cousin, Carly is planning the whole thing. I don't really have to be there till later. You know, Molly, she can't live one minute without Jake, so I have a feeling it's gonna be a very early evening. [Abigail giggles]

Nick: Well, I have to tell you, after seeing Jake and Molly together the other day, it's like the two of them are trying to redefine the meaning of "bliss."

Abigail: Yeah. But, you know, marriage is a big step even for them. Molly doesn't like to look worried in front of me, but I can tell she was on edge for a few weeks. You know what, though? That story you told about the chaplain in the jail -- that just seemed to put her at ease.

Adam: That was a very, very good story --

Abigail: Yeah, but the way you told it, it was as if I was really there. Oh, it blew Molly away.

Adam: And I hope you're not worried about copyrighting, because I'm definitely gonna steal that line the old guy said. What was it? "Your only prison is -- is your memory."

Nick: Yeah, well, I -- I never forget that.

Abigail: I never figured out what was bugging Molly, but whatever it was, you snapped her out of it. So thank you.

Nick: Well, that's a nice thought but I am sure I'm not the reason why Molly's in a good mood.

Molly: So when I found out that Nick Scudder was in town, of course I automatically assumed that he was the one distributing that mug shot, so I pitched a fit. I called the cops. I tried to have him fired. Jake even had a talk with him, Carly.

Carly: And then you found out that psycho nanny Mary was responsible for that. You know, I still can't believe that. And to think that that woman was actually looking after Parker and those twins.

Molly: Little did I know Nick was just trying to get his life back on track, and here was I -- I was assuming that he was trying to ruin mine. Then the next thing you know, Jake invited him over to the house.

Carly: What for?

Molly: To try to help me clear my guilty conscience. But it worked out all right because I was able to inform him that Abigail knew nothing about our history -- nothing.

Carly: Oh on the other hand you told him to keep his mouth shut.

Molly: But he basically said that he thought that I was a liar because I wasn't filling Abigail in. And I'm not just talking about the criminal part.

Carly: Do you know something? He might have a point. Yeah, just hear me out, okay? Some day, somebody is bound to tell Parker something really -- really nasty about his mom. It might even include the phrase "town tramp." And it won't be fair that he has to hear that, but I have to trust that I'll know when the time is right to tell him about my past, you know?

Molly: And it's not like Abigail isn't old enough to know, because she is. It's just -- everything is so good between us now. I don't want things to change.

Carly: Even if they change for the better?

Molly: The truth will set me free, huh?

Carly: I think the truth will just allow you to be who you are. And women don't come any better than you, Molly. [Carly chuckles]

Billy: Look, Bryant's making a lot of changes in his life for you. And I don't wanna be the guy that trashes it all, okay? So I'm just gonna build the deck, like I promised, and just get the heck out of dodge.

Jennifer: Oh. Well -- nice meeting you.

Billy: One more thing -- look, last night, the fact that we both didn't use protection, which was crazy for all the reasons everybody in the world already knows -- I'm sorry. I don't know why I didn't ask if you were on the pill.

Jennifer: I'm not.

Billy: I kinda figured that after you told me that it was your first time.

Jennifer: Well, I always thought I'd be totally prepared when the time came, but I guess it didn't work out that way.

Billy: I'm sorry.

Jennifer: Don't be. I went to the doctor this morning. There's nothing really to be worried about.

Billy: Good, good. So you were planning to wait, huh?

Jennifer: I guess not.

Billy: Look, is there anything that I did to hurt you?

Jennifer: You didn't. Good-bye. [Knocking at the door]

Bryant: Jen? Jen, are you home? [Knocking at the door]

Bryant: Hey.

Jennifer: Hi.

Bryant: I did what you wanted.

Jennifer: What do you mean?

Bryant: I went to see my father, and I told him straight out. I'm giving up the trust fund.

Jennifer: No, Bryant, really, you shouldn't have.

Bryant: You kidding me? I would do anything -- anything to win you back.

Bonnie: At a civilized bachelor party, friends of the groom-to-be meet him at his club.

Isaac: I thought that's what we were doing.

Bonnie: A gentlemen's social club, not your local watering hole. But black tie, a gourmet buffet --

Jake: We got cheese.

Bonnie: The morning thereof, they have a sport. Not football on the TV, but polo or a round of skeet, if you will. Whatever. But at the end of the event, everyone leaves satisfied and civilized. That's civilized with a capital "C." Look it up.

Isaac: Any idea what planet she's from?

Jake: I think -- I think that women are from Venus, right?

Lisa: Look, gentlemen, Bonnie's friends include a lot of titled folk from across the pond. So please, have patience. I'm sure we'll all learn to get along together.

Isaac: Or we'll kill each other. [Lisa chuckles]

Lisa: Yeah, whatever comes first. [Isaac sighs]

Isaac: You know what? I'm just gonna keep Bonnie outta your way for tonight.

Jake: I tell ya, buddy. She's fine. I like her.

Isaac: You're not serious?

Jake: Well, she's got game, and she's giving you a run for the money.

Isaac: You're enjoying my pain, aren't you? Huh? You know, her mother is the District Attorney. She thinks she can get away with murder.

Jake: Ooh, Isaac, you're a little hot under the collar there. I think thou dost protest too much.

Isaac: What, me and Duchess McKechnie? No, you tripping. No, skeet shooting -- what a -- you gotta be kidding me. I mean, she's lucky I don't have a gun when she's around. She's got issues. You know. Who's got time to figure those out?

Jake: Yeah, now, hey, listen. Isaac, you know, women are very complicated. You know, look at me. I'm -- I'm -- I'm marrying a regular geometric equation, and -- and you don't hear me complaining because, you know, after all, geometry is the spice of life.

Isaac: That's because Molly is real. She's real class. She's sophisticated, intelligent. You know, you're a lucky man.

Jake: Isaac, I'm beyond I -- I had this dream last night that -- that -- that -- it wasn't -- it wasn't real, and then I woke up. And there she was. And so I -- I saw her sitting right next to me, and it was -- it took, like, 20 minutes to memorize every single thing about her face.

Isaac: It's okay, Jake.

Jake: What is?

Isaac: Molly's real. Your love is real. You worked for this. You don't have to fear losing it.

Jake: But I didn't do anything to deserve it. You know, the second chance of all second chances falls right into my lap.

Isaac: Actually, they call that fate. But there's nothing to do but enjoy the ride for a lifetime. Bon voyage, buddy.

Carly: And don't even think about looking in that mirror until I'm done.

Molly: Okay. This can't be real.

Carly: What?

Molly: All these dreams coming true, Carly. I mean, you do realize that photographer's on his way here to take pictures of me and Jake for the society page? The society page!

Carly: Do you remember when your big dream in life was to own a motorcycle?

Molly: The ceremony, and the reception -- at Lucinda's?

Carly: Yeah. An orchestra. Food air-lifted from Paris. Ice sculptures the size of compact cars and fountains of champagne. Ah, sounds like the society page to me.

Molly: What?

Carly: Don't start, Molly. If you start, you're gonna get me started, and we won't stop until you get back from your honeymoon.

Molly: Carly, where do I get off dressing like a princess? I don't deserve the society page. I don't deserve Jake. I don't deserve --

Carly: Stop it! I don't want to hear you talking like that again. Tell me, what is so wrong with being happy? Now come on, you can look. Don't step on it. Close your eyes. Wait, wait, wait. Okay.

Molly: Oh, my God. Carly, it's exquisite.

Carly: Look at her -- Mrs.. Jake McKinnon. And she doesn't deserve a worry in the world.

Nick: Okay, now, you guys can check out this tutorial for the off-line editing system. And I am gonna go get us some sandwiches.

Adam: No, you know what? I've seen that tape about 50 times, so why don't you let me go get some food? How 'bout burgers?

Abigail: That's fine by me.

Nick: Let me give you some cash.

Adam: No, no, you've done plenty for Abigail and I, so this is all on you all right? Thanks.

Nick: All right. Have you seen that tape?

Abigail: Adam's the techie. I learn by doing, completely messing it all up, and then doing it over again.

Nick: Well, that's the way I learned. You know, manuals to me are like, completely foreign.

Abigail: You know, I love it when professionals say that because it gives hope to the rest of us.

Nick: All right then, let's get our hands dirty.

Abigail: You know, thanks, Nick. I'm sure there's a thousand things you'd rather be doing right now.

Nick: Nope. Not even one. I can't imagine better company than I have right now.

Dante: Will you allow me a last confession?

Damien: There is no one here for you to confess to.

Dante: There's you.

Damien: I'm not interested in anything you have to say.

Dante: Wait. Will you forgive me before I die? I've lived long enough. But there's one thing I truly am sorry about -- is that I never loved you as a brother. For that, I truly repent.

Nick: Okay.

Abigail: I see now why you and Molly were friends. You're so easy to talk to.

Nick: Oh, that's a new development for me. See, when I first knew your mom, I was a lot better at running my mouth than I was at listening. I used to think that pretty girls wanted to hang on my every word. Actually, I don't know how Molly actually gave me the time of day.

Abigail: Did you two actually date or something?

Nick: No, I just kind of saw her around, you know? See, people our age used to hang out in groups. Do you guys still do that?

Abigail: Sometimes. I'm not a big party person, though. I see myself as an independent woman.

Nick: Just like your mom. You know, I see a lot of her in you.

Abigail: Come on, Nick. Molly is completely gorgeous, and I'm just really ordinary.

Nick: Well, I'm just telling the truth as I see it. You remind me so much of Molly, I almost caught myself wishing I were young again. Of course, if I were young again, then I would have to go through all those mistakes I made, and who wants to do that, right?

Abigail: But those things seem to teach you something, right? That's what's important.

Nick: Ah, ah, ah, actually, it did. But most people your age don't know that. How did you get so smart?

Molly: I've made a guesstimation of the cost of the veil, the dress -- labor included.

Carly: No.

Molly: No?

Carly: Put that away, Molly.

Molly: No. Carly, all of this has to be worth thousands of dollars.

Carly: Consider it my gift, then.

Molly: No. No, I will not feel right if I don't pay you something.

Carly: Molly, if money enters into this, I will not be able to feel the same way as I watch you come down that aisle.

Molly: Fine. Fine, okay. But the only way I'm gonna let you do that is this. You said "aisle."

Carly: Right.

Molly: I am gonna have my very own runway at this wedding, right? So it is gonna be the Carly Tenney showcase.

Carly: What? You're gonna use your wedding as my fashion show? Don't you think your guests might find that a little tacky?

Molly: No, I am gonna be so discreet. You just make sure that you have a big fat Carly Tenney label right in the back of the dress.

Carly: What for?

Molly: There's gonna be the media there, Carly. And not just Jake's and my friends, Lucinda's friends are gonna be there too and they're gonna be drooling over this gown. And when they say, "darling, who designed your dress?" I'll just say, "read the tag."

Carly: You'd really do that for me?

Molly: May I be jilted at the altar if I don't.

Jake: See you at the party.

Isaac: Thank you for the preview.

Jake: I love the showgirl idea.

Isaac: Yeah.

Jake: Yeah. Young lady, I will make sure that none of my guests step on your tender little toes. You have my word of honor.

Lisa: Bonnie, darling, may I make a suggestion?

Bonnie: When have you not?

Lisa: Look, Isaac is really -- he's a good friend of mine, and I've told you before, he's truly a good man. He's also my partner. Please go easy on him.

Bonnie: He suggested I was an idiot. I was obliged to correct him. I know all about bachelor parties.

Lisa: Perhaps. But I don't think you know all about men. Darling, don't worry. That's what your Godmother's here for.

Jennifer: I mean it, Bry. Please don't give up your trust fund. It's a ton of money, and it's wrong to just give it up without thinking.

Bryant: Thinking is all I've been doing.

Jennifer: But this is your future.

Bryant: What matters is our future. I lied to you about that money, so I dumped it. And I lied to you about the job, so I'm looking for a real one.

Jennifer: But you can't do all this for me.

Bryant: It's not just for you. It's for me too. Don't you understand that you woke me up? When you walked out, I -- I realized how much I'd screwed up. And I'm finally -- I'm trying -- I'm trying to do the right thing. For the first time in my life. Do you understand that? Do you believe I love you?

Jennifer: Bryant --

Bryant: Okay, I take that back. The real question is, do you still love me?

Lisa: Okay, confession is good for the soul.

Isaac: If you say so. Is something on your mind?

Lisa: Forgive me, Isaac, I have sinned. It's really not such a sin as it's -- I've made a bad mistake, and I admit it.

Isaac: Well, belly up to the bar, partner.

Lisa: I should never have forced you to hire Bonnie.

Isaac: Oh, you asked for a favor. Favor granted.

Lisa: Bless your heart.

Isaac: You still owe me hazard pay, though. I mean, Bonnie's been -- and I want to be diplomatic here -- she is what she is.

Lisa: I know deep down in her heart, she is a very good person.

Isaac: Well, the funny thing is, is Jake actually wants Bonnie as the official waitress for tonight's festivities.

Lisa: I can't take that -- I can't believe he's a masochist.

Isaac: I don't know, he likes her spunk. I guess it's a Scottish thing, you know -- McKechnie, McKinnon. Anyway, I was just dropping a list of instructions for Bonnie tonight.

Bonnie: For me? You shouldn't have. Let's see, what do we have here? "Play dumb, tolerate gross behavior, address all imbeciles as 'sir.'" Well, now, how will I remember to do all of that?

Lisa: Well, now, that was a little better attitude, huh?

Isaac: Slightly better than terrible is not an improvement.

Molly: I feel like I'm wearing a halo.

Carly: That's because you are an absolute angel. Go ahead, give it a test run. You ready? I'm gonna whistle for ya.

Molly: Okay. [Whistling the wedding march]

Molly: Oh!

Carly: Whoa!

Molly: Jake! No!

Jake: Hey!

Molly: Get out of here this minute!

Jake: Someone getting married? Oh, stop.

Molly: What did you see? Did you see anything? What?

Jake: I saw a vision. A blinding flash of beauty. Was that you?

Molly: It was me.

Jake: Then heaven's gotta help me, 'cause I think it's gonna take me a lifetime to get over it. But you know what, we have a lifetime, 'cause that's what this whole -- that's what this whole marriage thing is all about. I have one thing to say to that -- bring it on.

Nick: I don't see what's so funny here, okay?

Abigail: I just think it's funny. You, "back in Jurassic times, when I was your age" -- I mean, you're not that old, come on.

Nick: All right, look -- but I didn't say that. What I said is that I'm not that young. You see, there's a really big difference when you think about it.

Abigail: Oh, wait, so you don't want to be young again? Gee, I'm disappointed. That stuff you said about me reminding you of Molly, that's the best compliment I've ever had. Can I at least be a little flattered?

Nick: Definitely. And for the record, I must say that I'm about twice as old as you and Adam.

Abigail: Oh. Don't they say that you're only as old as you feel? I know that when I date an older guy, I feel more mature. Not really that I date that much.

Nick: Oh, trust me, you will.

Abigail: That sounds like another compliment.

Nick: How about we do something with that footage you shot at the diner? Before you go ahead and break an old man's heart.

Damien: Do you really expect me to believe you give a damn about me? Those were the words of a dead man. Nothing you say can save you now.

Dante: You didn't hear me. I did not say I cared about you. I said I was sorry I never loved you. Whether you like it or not, we're both Grimaldi's.

Damien: But the difference is, I've spent my life trying to bring honor to that name, while you --

Dante: The difference is that you were lucky.

Damien: I didn't decide which child would be rewarded and which wouldn't.

Dante: No, but you never for once acknowledged the cruelty of it -- to raise a child like a king and one like an outcast. That's cruel. Would you do that to your own son?

Damien: Shut up.

Dante: Then kill me. Kill me, Damien, kill me! But remember you're no better than me. Kill me so we can both fry in hell together.

Damien: Brothers to the end then.

Dante: I wouldn't have it any other way.

Jennifer: You don't stop loving someone just because you had one fight.

Bryant: Then answer the question.

Jennifer: Of course I still love you. But it would be wrong for you to turn your entire life upside down just because of me.

Bryant: I told you, I'm not doing that. But why wouldn't you want me to do everything I can for you to show you how much I love you?

Jennifer: No matter what you say, I still feel like I'm making you do things that you don't want to do, and that's not good.

Bryant: I did what I wanted to do.

Jennifer: Giving away millions of dollars that could change your life.

Bryant: It doesn't matter anymore, none of it. All that matters is you. But I understand if you need time with this. I didn't come here to rush you into moving back in with me. Or pressure you into doing something you don't want to do. So I'll just -- I'll just wait and hope. And love you.

Isaac: You're just full of hidden talents, aren't you?

Bonnie: Did you come over here to slay me with another brilliant aside, or do you actually want something?

Isaac: I got a question for you.

Bonnie: Oh, I can't wait.

Isaac: Big picture -- what's the overall objective with you?

Bonnie: Okay, I'm already not liking this, but what are you talking about?

Isaac: I'm talking about all the attitude. The vicious comments, the pouting, the scowling, this entire "look down your nose, princess among the Philistines" claptrap.

Bonnie: I'm sorry, was there a question hiding somewhere in that highly offensive speech?

Isaac: I'm practically going deaf from all your cries for attention, so I just gotta ask -- are you acting this way just to get a rise out of me, or what?

Abigail: You're kidding!

Nick: No. Right down the middle, right over there. First day. I thought, "what am I gonna do?"

Adam: What, did I miss the joke of the day? I guess I did, yeah.

Nick: No, I -- she even laughs like her mother, did you ever notice that?

Abigail: He thinks I look like Molly, and I don't see that.

Adam: That's what's so funny -- you look like your mom?

Abigail: We were actually laughing about something else.

Nick: Yeah, you just had to be there, it was one of those things.

Abigail: Yeah.

Adam: Okay, gotcha. So, got the food. It's your favorite, Ab.

Abigail: Thank you so much, oh, thank you.

Nick: Don't worry, I didn't teach her anything that you don't already know about editing, okay, so --

Adam: Well, knowing about something and actually doing it are two separate things, I guess.

Nick: Then we'll just have to make sure that everybody's on the same page.

Abigail: You know, I'm so hungry -- did you get any ketchup?

Adam: Yeah, right here.

Abigail: Oh! That's what I want in life. When I ask for ketchup, the world says, "how many?"

Adam: Here you go.

Abigail: Thank you.

Nick: Okay, what do we got here?

Carly: Guys, park it.

Molly: Okay, I'm sorry.

Carly: Jake, be honest --

Jake: Okay.

Carly: Did you see the veil?

Jake: The what?

Molly: The thing that goes on my head, you lummox.

Jake: Oh, you're gonna start calling names now, huh?

Molly: Okay, from now on, I think before you enter your own apartment, you need to knock first.

Jake: Actually, I gotta tell you something -- seeing is one thing, but bearing witness is a totally -- totally different matter. I mean, what I just had the privilege of witnessing was a vision.

Molly: Jake, don't make me cry or I gotta pay her 20 bucks. Be careful.

Jake: How can I be careful? How can I be careful? I think that the vision I just saw is the most lovely -- I don't think, I know -- I know that my heart skipped a beat when I saw you.

Molly: Jake --

Carly: And may you turn to stone if you see this woman in her wedding dress before she walks down that aisle.

Jake: Mm-hmm.

Molly: Go get dressed.

Jake: My photographs, I remember. "May you turn to stone."

Molly: I'll pretend like I believe that.

Jake: What?

Molly: Where were you then, all day?

Jake: Oh, Isaac and I were just, we were just, you know, we were planning my farewell to the bachelorhood. Okay, you guys gonna translate, give me subtitles here? What's going on?

Molly: Nothing -- to translate.

Jake: Don't give me "nothing." You remind me of my seventh grade teacher.

Molly: It is so funny that you say that, because you remind me of a seventh grader. Doesn't he?

Jake: Me?

Carly: He does.

Molly: Yeah.

Jake: Yeah?

Molly: Yeah. So this "fare-thee-well" thing you mentioned -- bachelor party, maybe?

Jake: Isaac and I were just making some plans. So?

Molly: So these plans better not include a life-sized cake with lots of creamy filling.

Carly: Or pole -- swingers.

Jake: Pole -- ?

Both: Strippers!

Jake: How dare you? How dare you -- to assume -- I cannot -- did I ask Carly if she was gonna bring over a bunch of firemen that strip down to dental floss instead of underwear and go play with their hoses? No! Good night.

Molly: Ah! But -- so what are you gonna do then, with your buddies?

Jake: I'm gonna hang out with 'em. We're gonna just hang out and we're gonna have some imported cigars, and you know, probably gnaw on some nachos.

Molly: Nachos give you heartburn.

Jake: Okay, forget the nachos, let's go for the strippers.

Molly: McKinnon!

Jake: No, I'm gonna hang out with the guys, we're gonna have some beer and watch a football game. I'll be home by 10:00 -- that is, unless you want me to stay out later 'cause you're all gonna have something going on that's not fit for a man to see.

Carly: No. No, we're not.

Jake: Oh, cool. Then we're all innocent as puppies.

Carly: Right. Mm-hmm.

Jake: I'll bring you a cigar.

Molly: You do that. You do that.

Jake: No.

Molly: Go get changed.

Carly: Ohh, Molly. What a charming liar.

Molly: Football my foot. Do you want to help me save my husband from -- from his absolutely worst instinct ever?

Carly: Yeah, yeah.

Molly: I think we better find out exactly what's going down.

Damien: My son is dead. His blood is still fresh on my hands. I have no heart. Now, I'll let you live this once. But if we ever meet again, if I so much as see you walking down the street, I'll kill you.

Dante: I believe you would.

Damien: Now get out.

Dante: Your only son is dead. I can't even imagine what you must feel like.

Damien: In many ways, Luciano, this is a fitting good-bye. You are dead to me now. That is something I must never forget.

Dante: Damien, your son is alive. If he weren't, you would have murdered me without a second thought.

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