As The World Turns Transcript Wednesday 3/20/02
Provided By Suzanne
Proofread by Ebele
Molly: I wasn't sure if this toy that Nick's landlady talked about even existed. I thought maybe it was just her way of trying to get me off her back.
Jake: Okay. And she's sure that the mystery woman dropped it?
Molly: Her child dropped it. But she had to have touched it, right? So we get the toy, we get the prints. We get the prints, we get the woman. We get the woman, and Abigail's home free, Jake.
Jake: Free, free. I don't think there's going to be anything free about this toy.
Molly: Whatever. But it's worth it.
Jake: Whatever. Okay, let's say our landlady, Belva -- okay, what if she just went to the five and dime and picked it up this morning? I mean, she knows how desperate you are to find this woman, and you'd pay anything to do it.
Molly: Maybe. Maybe that's true, but it's still worth a try, Jake. All right? I'll be back in an hour.
Jake: Okay. Back? Back -- back -- back from where?
Molly: I told her I'd meet her at Al's.
Jake: Al's? Kim is lying in there right now because you know why? She went to Al's.
Molly: I'll be careful.
Jake: You're gonna be taking your husband.
Molly: Jake, no, I can't. She'll see you, and she'll run.
Jake: Oh, but are you kidding me? Every time Belva sees me, she wants to do-se-do.
Molly: Jake, I'm going to be fine, okay? Besides, Abigail's the one in danger, and she is safe with Holden.
Jake: Why don't you tell that to Kim?
Molly: I'll be back in a half an hour. 20 minutes.
Jake: No. No, no, until the mystery woman is found, you'll be taking me. Shall we?
Abigail: I'm at Holden and Lily's, so call me and we can, you know, whatever. So call me. Okay. He's probably at the library. He hasn't had much time to study.
Holden: He'll call you.
Abigail: Yeah. You know, at least one of us is in school, right?
Holden: I wouldn't worry about that. You can make up the credits this summer.
Abigail: Yeah, if the trial's over and if the jury believes that I didn't kill Nick Scudder.
Holden: It's not going to come to that. You know why? Because this woman, whoever she is, is probably becoming very desperate, and I'm sure she's going to slip up very soon. And all you have to do is wait. It's just a matter of time. And maybe give your dad a hug or two.
Abigail: Or three or four.
Lily: Hey, look at this. I was about to throw out the bag that had Rose's spa robe in it. Look what I found.
Abigail: Is that Rose's?
Lily: I have no idea.
Jack: I want a list of all spa facilities with a view of the Alps. Also clinics, private hospitals, sanitariums like that. No, I know how many there are, okay? And I really don't care. Just fax them to me.
Craig: A list of spas in the Alps? That's all you got? I get that from "Travel & Leisure." I thought you were going to talk to Rose.
Jack: I did, Craig.
Jack: There is nothing for you here, Craig. So if you don't mind, you're using up all the good air.
Craig: I understand, Jack. It must be very humiliating for a man of your experience, your rank. Detective first rate, isn't it? To be pulled out of the fire by a mere mortal. But that's what friends are for, Jack. I wish I had a friend who would save me when my deranged ex-wife kidnaps me, shackles me in a bridle and stirrups, who would sacrifice my recently detailed luxury sedan, who would risk my life trying to get information, who would tell me when a crucial witness comes back into town.
Jack: So what do you want me to do, Craig, light you on fire and buy you a new car?
Craig: No, I want you to tell me what's going on.
Jack: Okay. Rose confirmed that Steinbeck kidnapped her, drugged her and shipped her out of the country. When she woke up, she didn't have an idea where. She said it was a spa or something that they made look like a spa.
Craig: I know all this, Jack.
Jack: Then why are you asking me?
Craig: Because I thought you might get something out of Rose I didn't. Did she say anything about Carly?
Jack: The last time Rose saw Carly, she said that she had been taken to a special room and dressed up like a mummy.
Craig: Yes. And Rose said when she saw her, Carly was --
Jack: -- Moaning, yes.
Craig: So you got nothing.
Jack: I have Dr. Weston's name. I have an approximate location. We are sharing information with law enforcement in Switzerland, Austria, Germany.
Craig: Jack, you gotta take Rose in the back and squeeze her, and you have to, but you gotta get something out of it!
Jack: I didn't want to push her, Craig!
Craig: Why not?!
Jack: 'Cause she's sick! They did something to her. They drugged her, poisoned her. There is something seriously wrong. Trust me.
John: Hi, Jack. Preliminary results.
Margo: I'm sorry, Simon. I had to check on Kim.
Simon: That's fine. That's fine. How is she?
Margo: She's bruised, she's shaken, but she's gonna be okay. Are you still available to work for me?
Simon: Yeah, absolutely. Katie and I are buying a house.
Margo: Are you really? That's terrific.
Simon: It is, it is. And it will be great once we do it up. So any work you have is gonna be well needed.
Margo: Well, there's plenty to throw at you. Hal is still missing.
Simon: And the man in the coma?
Margo: Yeah, him, too. Hey, how is that inventory of the basement storage room coming along?
Officer #1: Just wrapping it up.
Margo: ASAP. Hal kept Steinbeck stashed in the basement right here.
Margo: Right here. Yeah, it's clever, isn't it? That way, he could keep an eye on him and us at the same time.
Simon: So you want to know what's missing?
Margo: Yeah, I want to know what equipment he took with him. Maybe it'll give us an idea of where he's gone.
Hal: I'm supposed to fix it. But how? I -- I can't remember. I always used to know what's right, and now I can't remember. I -- you did that to me, James. I always used to know what's right, and now I can't remember! You took it away! You did that to me. You hurt me, and you hurt Rose. You hurt her face, James. Why?! She was so young, so fresh, and you made her old. Why?! Answer me! You hurt people! You hurt me, you hurt Rose! And Emily -- Barbara says that you took Emily, that you know where she is. Do you? Do you know where Emily is? If you know where Emily is and you're not telling me, I swear I'll -- I'll -- I can't remember. I used to know what comes next, and now I can't -- Emily, Emily, that's it! Where is she, James?! You tell me, or -- oh, I hate you! Do you hear me?!
Paul: I'll go. I'll leave if that's what you want. But, please, just let me see you first.
Rose: No. I can't. You see, something happened to me, and something happened that changed me somehow and --
Paul: Lily said your face was injured.
Rose: Well, that's one way to put it.
Paul: So what are you afraid of, Rose? That some wound or change is going to make me stop loving you?
Rose: That's you. You cut to the chase. Yeah, something like that.
Paul: Sweetheart, these past few weeks -- I thought you were dead. Do you understand? I thought I'd never see you again. I mean, I'd lie awake at night making these bargains with God. "Please, take me, bring her back. Just take me. I don't care if she's blind or sick or paralyzed. I don't care. I will take care of her." I'd carry you around in a basket if I had to.
Rose: I don't know, Preppy. Are you sure you're not Italian? 'Cause --
Paul: Let me hold you.
Paul: I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I don't mean to push. But don't you see? You're here. You're alive.
Rose: Yeah, I know, but there's a catch there. You see, I'm not me anymore.
Paul: No, no, that's not true, because you are the only one that would laugh at my bad jokes like you just did. We love each other, sweetheart. Don't shut me out. Let me help you.
Rose: See, that's just it. Even doctors don't know how to help me.
Paul: Then we'll find better doctors.
Rose: No, it's not that I'm giving up, because I'm not gonna give up, but I cannot share this with you now. Can you understand that?
Paul: Okay, fine. Fine. You don't have to show me. Okay, but can we talk? I've missed you, sweetheart. I have an idea. Here. My back is turned. I promise I won't look at you. So will you stay with me for awhile? Talk to me?
Rose: I can only stay a little while.
Paul: It's okay.
Rose: I missed you so much, and I'm so sorry.
Paul: Shh, it's okay. It's okay. Believe me, I'm just happy to hold your hand. I was scared. I was scared trying --
Rose: I know. Me, too. Gosh, I was so furious, and when I got there, I was so angry, you know, what they did to Carly. And Emily -- I don't blame her for not fighting those drugs. They were so -- oh -- debilitating, and I was thinking about Lily and you and Emma and pop. Poor Emma. She just got over Holden and Luciano coming back. She's gotta worry about me now and Lucinda --
Paul: Lucinda was -- Lucinda was heading the charge.
Rose: Yeah, I know 'cause that's the way she is when she gets scared. She gets tough, and she fights back, gets the people that are trying to help her, but --
Paul: Rose, I'm sorry that I didn't believe you that you were not sleeping with some old boyfriend.
Rose: Yeah, right. The Vince O'malley files -- they made it very convincing, didn't they?
Paul: Yeah, well, they know me. My father played right into my -- my psyche, my past that I'm not proud of. I just find it very hard to trust people, and it's not you, it's me. It was just the way I was brought up, my family. And relationships I've had, I just find it very hard for -- to believe that someone would actually love me. And that's no excuse. You've never given me any reason to doubt you. You've always looked me dead in the eye and given me --
Rose: Well, I know. I've held things back, things I was ashamed of -- my Police record. You know, I know what it's like to be ashamed of something that you're so ashamed that the other person is gonna just run away. Run away.
Paul: Is that what you think I'll do -- if I see your face? I mean, what if it was me, Rose, who was kidnapped and tortured and my face was messed up? Would you love me any less? Would you let me walk away?
Rose: I would never stop loving you.
Paul: Well, it's the same way for me. You know, and it's not because I'm noble or heroic. I'm not. You're the strong one on this team we got here, not me. And that's why I will never let you go, because I need you. I mean, you've changed my life. You saw something in me that I never knew was there. I mean, every morning, I would wake up, and I would see your face, and your eyes -- that's what kept me going. I knew I had to prove myself to you so I could see that look in your eyes.
Rose: Oh, no, you don't have to prove anything to me.
Paul: No, I do have to prove myself. I have to prove that you can trust me, and that no matter what your face looks like, I will still love you.
Rose: You always did love a challenge.
Paul: Then let's give each other a chance.
Rose: Let go.
Paul: Hey, hey, what did my mother say?
Rose: All I wanted is to see if she knew anything about the spa or Dr. Weston, and maybe they can -- fix my face, something.
Paul: Well, I'll talk to her.
Rose: No, I don't think she's holding out on me, and I don't think she knows anything. She doesn't care. Anyway, Hal showed up, and he was a mess, and your mom --
Paul: Wait, wait, wait. Hal was here?
Rose: He was here for a little while, and then he left, and your mom took off after him. I'll tell you, this guy is not playing with a full deck.
Paul: You know what, Rose? Rose, the Police really need to know about this. Can I take you down to see Jack?
Rose: No. No!
Paul: Hey, I promise -- I promise I won't look at you, okay, but Hal is stashing James somewhere, and we need to get answers, so we have to find him.
Rose: All right. All right, don't turn around, though, until I say so.
Rose: I mean it. All right.
Paul: Are you sure?
Paul: It's gonna be okay. I promise.
Lily: So Rose must have brought it back with her from the spa.
Abigail: Let's put in a handkerchief. Do you think it's evidence or something?
Lily: I don't know. Maybe that Dr. Weston touched it. If it's got a fingerprint on it, we can find out who that guy really is.
Holden: Maybe we should get it over to Jack.
Lily: Okay. I want to go by Fairwinds first to see if Rose is still there, okay?
Holden: Are you going to be okay?
Abigail: Yeah, but I was thinking maybe I could go with you and wait at Al's while you go into the Police station, hook up with Adam. He usually goes by there after class.
Holden: You know what I was thinking? That you need to stay put because Kim was attacked outside of Al's. This woman -- she is still out there. Okay?
Abigail: Okay. I've had this argument with you before. I'll spare you from round two.
Holden: Thank you. Okay, if you need anything, you call us on Lily's cell.
Lily: Yes. Anything, okay?
Abigail: Yeah, I'll be fine.
Lily: Don't hesitate to call.
Holden: All right. We won't be long. And don't forget to turn on the alarm.
Abigail: Yes, the alarm.
John: The biopsy confirms the result.
Craig: So what's wrong with her?
John: I have the patient's permission to discuss this with Jack but not with you, okay?
Craig: Well, look, whatever's wrong with Rosie is obviously wrong with Carly and Emily, too.
Jack: Craig -- the door swings both ways.
Craig: Whatever you say, Jack.
Jack: So doctor, these tests?
John: Yes, it indicates that there's been damage on the cellular level. It's as if the cells had aged 20 years in 2 months.
Jack: Which is why she suddenly looks so much --
John: -- So much older.
Jack: Is there a treatment, a cure?
John: Jack, I don't even know what's going on here. I've never seen anything like this in my life.
Jack: Have you ever heard of a scientist -- or a researcher, I guess you'd call him -- Dr. Weston. He's the doctor behind all these treatments that Rose was forced to take at the spa.
John: She mentioned his name when I was examining her, but it doesn't ring any bells with me.
Jack: I can't find his name on the internet, either. It's probably an alias.
John: What I'll do is I'll make a few calls and see if some people that I know who are in medical trials have ever heard of him.
Jack: In the meantime, what? You can treat the symptoms?
John: If I could stop aging, if I could treat that, I'd be a rich man.
Jack: Thanks, John.
Craig: So what's wrong with her?
Jack: Something's wrong with Rose's skin.
Jack: She aged 20 years overnight. That's why they did the biopsy, to see if it was true. She's 20 years older so far. Wait. Whoa, whoa, wait a minute. Where are you going?!
Craig: I'm going to Belgium to find the spa!
Jack: No, you are not to set foot on a plane, or I swear to God, this time, I will arrest you for obstruction of justice!
Craig: Jack, you can't even find James Steinbeck in your hometown, and he's unconscious. How are you gonna find Carly half a world away?
Margo: John examined Steinbeck, said that he would die if he didn't get back to ICU.
Simon: We'll find him.
Margo: Right, yes. But even if we do, there are no guarantees, and Hal is not himself. Obviously, we have to do something like this. But Simon, he's armed. I'm afraid that he could shoot Steinbeck or himself.
Barbara: Margo, Hal's in terrible trouble. You have to help him.
Barbara: It was very strange, Margo. He kept talking to this playing card, the king of spades, and he kept going on and on and babbling about how he had to be a good boy and he had to take care of James, and he scared me. So I took that card, and I ripped it up. And then he looked at me, and he said I had murdered someone. I kept talking to him, I kept trying to get through to him. And I think I did a little bit when I was talking about Emily, but then, he would start in again on how he had to protect James. Margo, I don't know if he's programmed or brainwashed. You've gotta help him.
Margo: Okay, okay. We will, we'll find him. We will.
Simon: Okay, listen, listen, listen. Excuse me. All right. He's pinned down wherever he is, right?
Simon: He's got a patient in a coma, and so it has to be someplace private. He doesn't want to be seen lugging a body around. And it has to be someplace, I guess, between the station and Fairwinds so he can get back and forth in, say, 20 minutes. 'Cause he doesn't want to leave him alone for any longer than that, right?
Simon: Okay, so --
Margo: Thank you. Let's see what we got here. We've got a couple of blankets, a space heater -- that's weird.
Margo: A gas generator. That's the kind we used to pump up the lights at night crime scenes.
Simon: All right, all right, so he's planning on taking him somewhere where there's no electricity or heat.
Barbara: Well, what about those cabins down by the lake? They turned off the heat and the electricity in October.
Simon: Well, that's the right idea, but it's too far. It's down here.
Margo: Well, I'd say the boat house, but it's gone.
Simon: No, no, no, what about the Old Mill? The Old Mill?
Barbara: That's where Philip Foster died -- James' driver.
Margo: Be right back.
Jack: What's up?
Margo: Okay, I got an idea that Hal may have taken Steinbeck to the Old Mill, so I'm gonna go out there and take a look.
Jack: Take backup.
Margo: I will, I will. Listen, will you sit on Craig for me while I'm gone?
Jack: I'm about an inch away from locking him up.
Margo: Listen with my blessings -- do it if you can justify it.
Margo: All right. Want to take a ride?
Simon: Yeah, let's do it.
Barbara: I'm going with you.
Margo: No, you're not. You're staying. Given Hal's state of mind, I don't want --
Barbara: He will talk to me.
Margo: Or he could take you hostage, or he could just shoot you on sight. Are you licensed?
Simon: Yeah, sure.
Barbara: Margo. Margo. I don't care what happens to me. Don't you understand? If I can make things right, I want to.
Margo: You will stay here until we bring Hal back, and then you can talk to him.
Barbara: Rose. Rose. I'm sorry that I ran out on you like that.
Rose: Did you catch up with Steinbeck?
Barbara: That's why I was here.
Paul: You told the Police you saw Hal?
Barbara: Yes. They're out looking for him right now. Rose, we will find James. We will find a way to fix this, I promise you.
Rose: Now what do we do?
Paul: I still want to talk to Jack.
Craig: Jack, if you want me to stick around, you're gonna have to show me some results.
Jack: Montgomery, I'm warning you.
Craig: Rose? Rose, I heard you've been having kind of a tough time since we landed.
Jack: Hey, Rose.
Craig: You all right?
Paul: Hey, Jack, can we talk?
Paul: Rose saw Hal at Fairwinds.
Jack: We know. Margo's on it.
Rose: And I also remembered some names that I thought might help.
Jack: It all helps.
Rose: I had Mrs. Grossman, and she was this lady that wound up dead in the lounge, and there was Mrs. Marabel, and I used her coffin to escape. Libby helped me with that.
Jack: Libby -- she's another patient?
Rose: She's an aide that works there. She worked, but she was on our side, you know? She was sweet, and she was tough, and I hope she's looking after Carly and Emily, I'll tell you that.
Jack: Why don't we go inside, so I can take some notes?
Paul: You know what? This is none of your business, Montgomery.
Craig: As long as Carly --
Paul: Jack will handle that.
Craig: Yeah, I'd like to book a ticket on your late flight to Brussels.
Hal: Am I gonna change, too, James, like Rose? My eyes -- they're not my eyes. I want my eyes back, do you hear me, James? What did you do to my eyes? I want my eyes back! And I want my -- think.
Think! You put something in my head and I can't think! Take it out! Oh -- no, that doesn't matter. Emily -- I want you to bring Emily back! Did you do it to her, too, James?! Is she old? Because it doesn't matter! I just want to be able to see her eyes, to hear her laugh, to feel her, to hold her, to --
[crying] oh, no -- oh, no. That's what you want, isn't it? You want me to fall apart so you can hold your spell over Carly and Emily. Well, I can break it. I can fix it. And I know just how to do it.
James: Follow the orders. You know what you have to do.
Be a good boy.
Molly: I assured Belva that neither one of us wants any publicity.
Jake: Nope. Everything's on the Q.T. here. As a matter of fact, would you like -- would you like some coffee, piece of pie?
Belva: I won't be here long enough.
Molly: Did you bring the toy?
Belva: I might've.
Jake: Hm? Oh. Sorry.
Molly: Belva, we really, really appreciate you taking the time to look for it.
Belva: Well, took me forever.
Molly: Oh, my God.
Belva: What's the matter?
Molly: It's like some -- I don't know, I guess I was just expecting a teddy bear or something. Belva, you said that the woman who visited Nick -- you said that her child dropped this?
Belva: One of them. She had twins.
Molly: Twin girls? Because -- it looks like something a girl would like.
Belva: Two little angels -- except when they weren't. They hated climbing the stairs into the building.
Molly: Belva, thank you for bringing this by. Jake? Jake?
Molly: I'm gonna hang onto this, okay? And we'll call you if we discover anything.
Belva: Don't bother. The less I know, the better. Good-bye.
Jake: All right, Molly, if you're thinking what you're thinking -- I know, I know, it looks like something Brigette and Michelle --
Molly: It is Brigette and Michelle's, Jake. How many times did Brigette throw this out of the stroller and you had to run back and find it?
Jake: Okay, but come on, there's gotta be a million toddlers that have toys --
Molly: Just like this?
Jake: -- Just like this.
Molly: Donna got these for them at the crafts fair, remember? She got -- she got the yellow one for Brigette and the blue one for Michelle, but the yellow one disappeared like eight months ago.
Jake: Wait a minute, you said that Donna picked that up in a crafts fair in Bay City?
Jake: All right, there's gotta be a hundred of 'em, just like that --
Molly: Just like this? Just like this, with these teeth marks? This is where Brigette cut her incisors, Jake. This is ours.
Jake: It's ours. It's ours. What are you saying?
James: Come on, come on, Hal - snap out of it.
You know what to do. You're a good boy. Protect James, right?
No matter what it takes, keep James alive and well, hmm?
I want to tell you something, Hal, this is not exactly first cabin,
not exactly what James is accustomed to. But we'll get through it,
won't we? Together - Hal and James, through thick and thin.
Hal: What did you do to Emily?
Hal, you know, Emily really doesn't measure up.
You need a woman like Carly. Carly's cuddly, good
for a cold winter night. Oh, we could use her right here now,
couldn't we? Oh, look at this, all new gizmos.
You know, Hal, you are a tribute to man's capacity to exert the
maximum effort to achieve the minimum result. You deserve the
Rube Goldberg award.
Hal: You hurt Rose's face.
James: Oh - and you know something? You should thank me.
I mean, didn't you find it a bit confusing, two that look just alike
in the same town? At least now you can tell
the difference, right? Ah, I'm a bit hungry, Hal.
Let's see, I would like a filet mignon, rare, capped
with shiitake mushrooms, some steamed spinach and creme brulee.
Okay? Or surprise me.
Hal: And what if I don't want to?
James: Don't want to? Don't want to what?
Hal: Be a "good boy" anymore.
James: Well, we can't - we can't have that.
You're of no use unless you take care of me.
Remember, that was our deal - Hal takes care of James.
Or James takes care of Hal. You wouldn't want me to shoot you, would you?
Hal: But Emily --
James: Oh, Hal -n women like Emily are useful for pleasure.
They're extraneous, expendable. Listen, why don't you
see if you can also get me a double espresso and a sniffer of brandy?
And Hal, remember --Hal takes care of James, or James takes care of Hal.
Hal: I have a better idea.
Margo: No! Drop the gun, Hal!
Hal: This has got to stop.
Margo: Hal, no!
Craig: Well, if you're gonna grow old, Carly, you're gonna do it with me. Oh, Lily, hey!
Lily: Hey, is my sister here?
Craig: Oh, Jack has her cordoned off in the interrogation chamber.
Lily: Good, I have something she might want to see.
Craig: A name, address?
Lily: No, I wish. No --
Lily: Rose --
Rose: Lily, is everything all right?
Lily: Yes. I found something in that robe that you brought back from the spa. I found it in the pocket.
Lily: I didn't touch it, because I thought maybe that Dr. Weston put some fingerprints on it.
Holden: Is it yours, Rose?
Rose: No, it's Libby's. The lady I told you about at the spa, that was helping me. She never took it off. She must've put it in my pocket when she put me into that coffin. Weston never touched it.
Jack: Just be careful.
Lily: Is that Libby?
Rose: Yeah. That's her.
Lily: Wow, she looks so old to be working in a spa, that's hard work.
Jack: And who's the girl, her granddaughter? You have a name? We could track her down.
Rose: She never mentioned anything like that, but -- let me look on the back of Libby's picture, see what it says. "Libby Mueller, 2001."
Lily: That's why she gave you this -- she wants you to track down her family.
Rose: I promised her. I promised her that I would track them down. Let me look on the other picture, see if there's anything I can figure out here. "Libby Mueller, high school graduation, 1999."
Lily: Her namesake?
Lily: Rose, what is it?
Rose: The photographs. They're both wearing the locket. Don't you see? It's the same person! It's the same person!
Craig: She went from 18 to 80 in two years?
Rose: He did to her what he's doing to me! He made her old!
Rose: You didn't see her. She was old. She was an old lady.
Paul: Rose, it'll be okay.
Craig: So -- so there's this doctor, maybe, or somebody who calls himself a doctor up on a mountaintop maybe, who's making young women into old and -- there's a market for this? Huh?
Holden: Craig --
Holden: Shut up!
Holden: Oh, I'm sorry, honey -- it's just me.
Abigail: It's okay, I like you, too.
Holden: I just wanted to call and let you know that we're at the Police station in case you need us, okay?
Abigail: Did you find Rose?
Holden: Yeah, we're with her now. Say hi to Adam for me, okay?
Abigail: Yeah, I will, if he calls. I also sent him an e-mail, saying he could come over whenever he wanted.
Holden: Okay. I'll talk to you soon.
[Doorbell] oh! Adam -- Adam?
Margo: Hal, drop the gun.
Hal: I know what I'm doing.
Margo: You don't want an accident. You want to see Emily again?
Margo: Emily is lost. Only James can find her.
Hal: James can find her?
Margo: Yes, only James knows where she is.
Hal: James is taking a nap.
Margo: He's sick, Hal, so he has to get back to the hospital. He needs to get well again, so he can tell us how to find Emily.
Hal: Emily has to come home.
Margo: Yes, you want Emily to come home.
Hal: Emily has to come home. So James has to go to the hospital.
Margo: -- To the hospital, yes.
Hal: So I have to -- I have to -- okay. Okay, you win, James.
Margo: Hal, give me the gun.
Margo: Hal, you don't need the gun.
Hal: No, it's my turn!
Margo: It's your turn for what?
Hal: Hal takes care of James, or James takes care of Hal! Good boy. Protect James. I'm a good boy. So I -- will take care -- of Hal.
Craig: Well, it's been fun, Holden. We ought to do it again some time.
Jack: Where are you going?
Jack: The hell you are. Montgomery, get back here.
Lily: Holden, Rose needs another minute, so -- okay?
Holden: Hey, Rose. Take your time, okay? We'll be right outside.
Paul: I'll take her home.
Lily: Rose, let him in. He loves you.
Rose: I love ya, Lily.
Lily: I love you, too.
Paul: Let me hold you.
Rose: Hold on to what? Who am I? I'm a woman falling through space.
Paul: Then I'll catch you.
Rose: No, I'm moving' too fast, don't you see?
Paul: No, I don't.
Rose: Look at me.
Margo: Hal, you don't need the gun. Hal, Emily says drop the gun. Hal, you've been programmed. You've been hypnotized. James did this. You need to see a doctor. Dr. Michaels can fix this. Do you remember Dr. Michaels?
Simon: Margo, he can't hear a word you're saying.
Margo: How is James?
Simon: He's barely got a pulse.
Margo: We've gotta get him out of here.
Simon: We can't take him anywhere until Hal puts down the gun.
Margo: Oh, my God. Simon, Hal is gonna shoot himself.
Barbara: No, he's not. Hal, before you do anything, hear me out.
Jake: So this is our toy. And Belva found it outside Nick's apartment.
Molly: Oh, my God, it's all making so much sense, Jake. The photographs, leaving the package at the front door, the mug shot on the internet, on the t-shirt, on the wedding invitations. They were working together. So she took the twins over to Nick's. She's his girlfriend.
Jake: The mystery woman was his girlfriend?
Molly: Yes, yes. But she didn't want us to know that. And that's why she turned on the gas in the apartment. That's why she mugged Kim and took the tape, because she was there. She was there when Nick died. She saw him beat up Abigail, and she killed him.
Jake: The mystery woman is --
Molly: Psycho nanny, Mary.
Mary: You remember my name.
Abigail: Yeah, I remembered. It's just been a really long time.
Mary: Too long. May I come in?
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