ATWT Transcript Thursday 6/20/02

As The World Turns Transcript Thursday 6/20/02

Provided by Linda
Proofread by Ebele

Brandy: No, no. The right side's still higher than the left. No, now the left's too high.

Ben: It's -- it's fine. We're glad he's home. He'll get the message.

Jessica: You are the best brother.

Ben: I just want him to know that even if he didn't get the girl, he's still got some friends.

Jessica: Of course.

Brandy: I'm thinking balloons. There's still time. I could run to the store and go get some.

Lisa: Hey, look, sweetie pie, why don't you just grab some of those glasses off of some of the tables. And do that without breaking them if you can. I'll be glad when your brother gets here so he can fire that girl.

Jessica: When is he getting here? Did he say?

Ben: I got a ten-second message from Isaac. He said he's coming home and he'll be here tonight.

Lisa: Oh, that poor darling. He's probably so broken-hearted, he can't even speak.

Isaac: Just give me five -- four minutes to check out the club and then we're outta here.

Bonnie: You know, the sooner you --

Isaac: The sooner we can get back to my place. Yes.

Bonnie: Yep.

Isaac: Looks like somebody missed me. Aw.

Bonnie: I think this was supposed to be a surprise.

Both: Surprise!

Jessica: Oh, my God, Bonnie?

Lisa: Oh, I'm so glad to see you. Hello, hello, hello. When I woke up this morning, I knew -- I just knew that love was in the air.

Jessica: Wait a minute. So does -- does this mean --

Bonnie: Should we tell them?

Isaac: Nah.

Jessica: You better tell me what's going on.

Lisa: I know.

Holden: Take the interstate to Chicago.

Aaron: Is this where I cut off?

Holden: Yep. Make a left off the exit, and it should take you right to your concert.

Aaron: Piece of cake.

Holden: And if you see any kids there who are --

Aaron: I know the drill. Don't drink, don't do drugs. Don't worry.

Holden: And stay clear of anyone who does. And if you see anyone get behind the wheel of a car --

Aaron: We'll get out of there as soon as possible, clear the crowd.

Lily: Did you find the map? Oh, good.

Aaron: Right here.

Holden: Where're the kids?

Lily: Luke and Faith are helping Emma pack for her trip.

Holden: Oh, yeah, that's right, Emma's gonna go to Michigan tonight.

Lily: Yes. So we thought you'd want to stay at our house maybe. What do you think?

Holden: Good idea. We could all have breakfast in the morning.

Lily: Oh, yeah, Holden makes great omelettes. Great, great.

Aaron: As long as I don't wake you guys up when I get in.

Holden: Hey, I'll be up.

Lily: Yeah, he'll probably be passed out in the recliner chair with the remote control in his boxer shorts. But, you know, we don't have to worry about that, because you're gonna be home on time.

Aaron: Well, Lucy's gotta be home before midnight anyway, so --

Holden: I was pretty surprised, I have to admit, when I heard Craig let her go.

Aaron: Yeah, you must have really got through to him. All I know is that Lucy said he was cool with it.

Lucy: Dad?

Craig: If you want to entertain Jack and Carly, that's fine. Just don't expect me to make a toast.

Rosanna: I promise, I won't let him hit you.

Craig: Why don't you get rid of them and we can retire to your bed for a week.

Rosanna: Only a week?

Craig: A month if you get rid of them.

Rosanna: Look, this is a small town. We have to work things out.

Craig: I'd rather be rude and happy.

Rosanna: I'll see you soon. And with a bottle of wine, please? Thank you.

Craig: You're courting disaster, you know?

[Dial tone] Rosanna?

Craig: Hey, Lucy.

Lucy: Dad -- hi.

Carly: Jack?

Jack: So he reports me to the commissioner, so what?

Carly: Haven't we been over this? If he reports you, you could be fined, suspended, even fired, Jack.

Jack: So I'll find another line of work.

Carly: Okay.

Jack: He had it coming.

Carly: Yes, he did.

Jack: So why do we gotta go to your sister's and eat crackers and dip and make nice?

Carly: Because that's what people do when the war is over.

Jack: You think he's given up?

Carly: This is my fault. Would you please let me do something to fix it?

Jack: I'll square things with Lisa.

Carly: I don't want him reporting you, Jack. And if that means crackers and dip at Rosanna's, then so be it. Come on. If he gets obnoxious, I'll slug him.

Jack: Now you're talking.

Craig: I didn't know you were here. Where're you going?

Lucy: I just needed to pick up my jacket.

Craig: Where are you going?

Lucy: Um -- I'm hanging out with Alison.

Craig: Oh, well, I'm not sure I'd want to hang out with somebody who was slipping incriminating photos of me to my father.

Lucy: Well, she -- she admitted she was wrong. Not everyone can do that.

Craig: Everyone makes mistakes. The important thing is why they made them. I was worried about you.

Lucy: I'm fine.

Craig: You still angry I didn't let you go to that concert?

Lucy: It's -- it's gonna be a good concert. I'm just sorry you don't agree.

Craig: Yes, well, if it was in Oakdale, I would let you go. I just don't want Aaron driving you all over the state.

Lucy: Whatever.

Craig: Hey, listen, if -- would I like to make you happy all the time? Yes. Do I like seeing you walking around with this look on your face like, "somebody, please, drop a piano on his head?" No. But I have to take care of my baby. I'm your daddy. If anything should ever happen to you --

Lucy: I know.

Craig: All right. And if I'm a little conservative about this, it's because I love you so much.

Lucy: I love you, too, dad.

Craig: You are my only.

Lucy: I've gotta go, dad.

Craig: Listen, I'm gonna be at some idiotic dinner at Rosanna Cabot's. And you'll be home when?

Lucy: Midnight.

[Knock at the door]

Craig: Well, Alison?

Alison: Hey, Mr. Montgomery.

Craig: So what's the plan for tonight?

Alison: Well, we were gonna drive to --

Lucy: The mall. The mall. We like the rental place there better. We're renting a movie.

Craig: Oh. What did you have in mind?

Alison: You sound like my mom. She's always afraid that the clerks will rent me something I'm not allowed to see.

Lucy: "Night of the living dead."

Alison: That or "the blob." We're into vintage horror.

Lucy: Yeah.

Craig: Vintage horror. All right. Well, not too late then.

Lucy: Okay. Have fun at your dinner.

Craig: Yeah.

Alison: Bad girl, lying to daddy?

Lucy: Will you just shut up? I thought I was gonna meet you downstairs.

Alison: Well, I -- you were taking too long.

Lucy: So, what? You thought you'd come up and just tell my dad I was going out with Aaron tonight?

Alison: Do you think I'd screw up my ride to Chicago? Maybe next time you can give me a little notice so I'm not playing catch-up with your dad. I had no idea that he didn't know.

Lucy: This is a test, okay? To see if I can trust you.

Alison: I'm not gonna tell anyone, including Aaron. Now can we go? Your boyfriend's waiting.

Holden: Here's the keys. Are you okay?

Lily: Yeah. You know, your father and I used to spend a lot of time at the stables.

Holden: Many, many, many years ago.

Aaron: I should get going.

Holden: Okay. Here, hold up. Let me give you a couple of bucks.

Aaron: No, I'm okay.

Holden: No, no, hold on, hold on.

Lily: Yeah, sure.

Holden: Here. Enjoy yourselves.

Aaron: Thanks, man.

Lily: He's doing much better, isn't he?

Holden: Yeah, he is. He's doing a lot better. I'm not so sure about you, though. How are you?

Lily: I'm just worried about Rose in Avanya and Simon. Is he gonna find Rose or Paul or Joe? I'm just thinking about that.

Holden: The baby kicking?

Lily: Oh, somersaults.

Holden: We sure did have some fun in Lucinda's stables, didn't we?

Lily: I left out the dirty parts.


Holden: I really think that Aaron is falling for Lucy. And I also think that Craig is gonna have a big problem with it.

Lily: Well, he let her go to this concert. Thanks to you, Holden Snyder.

Holden: It won't last. Craig is Craig. It's not gonna be good.

Barbara: Let's go someplace else, all right?

Marshall: Hold your head up, Barbara. You won today. We have every right to celebrate.

Barbara: We won at Jessica's expense.

Marshall: She doesn't seem to be suffering.

Barbara: My confession is at the heart of her case. Without it --

Marshall: Did she call me and offer to drop the charges or even reduce the charges? Did she put anything on the table? No. Which means she has every intention of proceeding to trial. Don't underestimate her. We won a pretrial motion today, not the trial.

Barbara: You're always the one telling me to cool it, not to add insult to injury, to smile and be nice to Carly.

Marshall: Carly was your victim. Jessica is an adversary, an opponent. It's a game, Barbara, like tennis. For every winner, there's got to be a loser. Today, I had the advantage. We got your confession tossed. Tomorrow is another day. So, tonight, let's smile and toast to our good fortune.

Bonnie: So, I waved good-bye to mom, said good night to the servants and went out on the balcony to see the moon. And then I realized that it would be shining over Oakdale in a few hours. And I thought of all of you and how close you are and how far away. And then I was just thinking of everything that happened -- Billy and I in a haunted castle, the wedding that turned into a S.W.A.T. Team operation, Ian in prison, me a duchess, and how it didn't really seem to add up to anything. Because here I was on this beautiful balcony in the moonlight and all alone.

Ben: Are you hearing violins?

Isaac: Meanwhile, I was back from Scotland and home. And I went to go see mMolly McKinnon. Yeah. And she said one thing to me. She said, "we don't get much time." So I hopped on the next flight, flew back to Scotland, where -- I'm sorry -- they have the worst weather. And -- and they drive on the wrong side of the road. A brother could get killed making a right turn. But I survived. And came back to the castle and found her waiting for me.

Bonnie: I was not waiting for you. In fact, I was packed and ready to go to London.

Isaac: Is she in London? Then I rest my case.


Ben: Champagne?

Jessica: You read my mind.

Brandy: That is the most awesome story. You've got to sell it to one of those magazine shows. I mean it. "The duchess and the barkeep." You know, last year, they did a whole half-hour segment on that English king that gave it up to be with that divorcee from New Jersey. You could make six figures, easy.

Lisa: Sweetie pie, is somebody waiting for those drinks?

Isaac: You work here?

Brandy: Yeah, ever since you hired me.

Jessica: She's so happy.

Ben: Yeah, well, that's 'cause she made the right moves, see? What? What, what, what, what?

Jessica: Barbara Ryan's over there with that shark she hired to represent her. He had her confession thrown out today.

Ben: Say what?

Jessica: She made that confession voluntarily, and he knows it. This trial's gonna get ugly.

Isaac: If I hired you, how come I don't remember it?

Lisa: Honey, you were away, and Ben got really desperate. So he talked to Vivian. Vivian called you in Scotland.

Isaac: You're the one. Okay. Kahlua, right?

Brandy: Brandy.

Isaac: Right. Okay.

Brandy: Oh, your highness.

Bonnie: Um, you can just call me Bonnie.

Isaac: Please.

Brandy: Wow.

Lisa: Brandy is -- let me see, how can I tactfully say this? She's -- she's on probation.

Brandy: Right. I should probably get back to work.

Lisa: I think that's a good idea. I'm so glad you're back.

Ben: Get him. The evidence is on your side.

Jessica: Which is exactly why he's trying to have it excluded.

Ben: Oh, come on, he can't exclude you -- or Carly or Emily or Rose.

Jessica: Who's off on some wild goose chase who knows where.

Ben: Are you nervous?

Jessica: No, I'm not nervous. I'm angry. The state has a legitimate case, and Marshall Travers is subverting it. He's gonna turn this thing into a three-ring circus.

Ben: He'll try, but don't let him.

Marshall: What do you say we stroll over to the bar?

Barbara: No, thank you.

Marshall: Do I have to remind you why you pay me?

Barbara: If you want to go over there and gloat, be my guest. I'm going to stay right here.

Marshall: You have nothing to be ashamed of, Barbara. You're innocent.

Barbara: You know what? You had my confession thrown out. I walked into that Police station of my own free will. I voluntarily made a statement. Jessica begged me to see a public defender, and I refused. My confession was not coerced.

Marshall: Which only bolsters our defense -- not guilty by virtue of diminished capacity.

Barbara: But why do you need to spotlight jess?

Marshall: Nobody's blaming Jessica. She did her job, the Police did theirs. They could hardly refuse to take your statement. But it proves our case. You weren't in your right mind. So, take it easy. The trial is two weeks away. And, until then, I expect you to do exactly what I tell you.

Lisa: Barbara, darling. Oh, I'm so glad to see you.

Barbara: Me, too.

Lisa: Would you excuse us, precious? You'll never guess what happened last night.

Barbara: What?

Marshall: Counselor?

Jessica: Congratulations.

Marshall: It's way too early for that. May I buy you and the good doctor a drink?

Ben: I don't think so.

Jessica: We're having a family celebration. I don't mix business with pleasure.

Marshall: Oh, I don't do business after hours. I just thought, being new in town, maybe we could have a friendly drink.

Jessica: Well, I like to choose my friends. And something tells me you're not gonna make the cut.

Lucy: Sorry we're a little late.

Aaron: Oh, don't worry, we've got plenty of time. My grandma says the temperature's dropping.

Lucy: Oh, I've got my jacket.

Alison: How cold could it get? It's June. Fine, I'll go get my sweater.

Lucy: I think it's in the backseat.

Alison: Okay, mom.

Lucy: Mr. GED.

Aaron: I hope.

Lucy: You know you did great.

Aaron: Thanks. What?

Lucy: After she took that picture -- I just don't trust her, you know?

Aaron: Lucy, she's all torn up about her family. Her dad lives in Chicago, and she never get to see him. All I said is we can drop her off on the way.

Lucy: No wonder she likes you.

Aaron: I made it real clear that like is as far as it's ever gonna get. We'll drop her off, we'll go to the concert, just you and me.

Rosanna: Hello. I'm so glad you could make it. Come in. Oh, Carly, that's a lovely outfit. Is that one of yours?

Carly: No, Rosanna. Believe it or not, I can afford to buy an outfit from time to time.

Rosanna: Well, you certainly picked a nice one.

Carly: Mm-hmm.

Jack: Craig not here?

Rosanna: Oh, no. He -- he's bringing the wine. But I have some scotch and some soda, if you would like.

Jack: No. No, I'm not thirsty.

Carly: Cops -- they like direct access to an exit when they're expecting the unexpected.

Rosanna: Oh. Jack, I -- I know you and Craig had a bit of an altercation the other night. But, I promise you, tonight is going to be different. I promise you, there's not gonna be any surprises. At least not if I can help it.

[Knock at the door] that must be Craig. Excuse me.

Craig: Carly -- and Jack. No, stay there. I'll stay over here. Lovely party. Why did you decide to throw it?

Rosanna: Well, I just wanted us all to relax. Where's the wine?

Craig: You know, I got to talking to Lucy and forgot it. I'll be right back. It'll just take --

Rosanna: Oh, no, no, no. Relax. Relax. I'll get it. It's just an elevator ride away.

Carly: And I'll go with you. In case -- in case you get lost.

Rosanna: Oh, that's okay. I know where he stashes the good stuff. But why don't you come anyway. It will give us a chance to catch up. Keys, please.

Carly: Are you sure you're with it?

Jack: I make no promises.

Rosanna: No blood on the floor, boys. The carpets were just cleaned.

Craig: Well, this is relaxing. Nut, Jack? I'm abstaining. The jaw's still a little tender.

Jack: No, thanks. I've had my fill of nuts this year. So you're reporting me to the commissioner I hear?

Craig: No.

Jack: Then why am I here?

Craig: I don't know. Ask Rosanna. It's her party.

Jack: No, Rosanna's the one who told me you're reporting me.

Craig: She did? Oh. The woman gets more interesting every day.

Rosanna: So what do you think, a merlot or something --

Carly: You -- my fault.

Rosanna: I'm sorry. What happened?

Carly: This has nothing to do with making peace or Jack's job or Craig going to the commissioner. It has everything to do with you wanting an audience. Well, you know what, Rosanna? I got an eyeful, and I don't care.

Rosanna: I can see that. You're very calm.

Carly: Do you think I enjoy watching my sister twitch her tail around a man I used to care about and who I have chosen -- chosen, mind you -- to cut out of my life? What are you, 12? You have to march around with your latest conquest?

Rosanna: Carly, your relationship --

Carly: I have no relationship with Craig.

Rosanna: Well, tell that to Jack. Do you think that I would even consider sleeping with Craig if I thought the two of you had a future together? It's over. I know it, you know it, Craig knows it. And, pretty soon, Jack will know it, too. Meanwhile, this is a very small town, and I don't want to have to cross the street every time I see you. Craig and I are involved. It's as simple as that. And I thought I would just get that out on the table.

Carly: Mm-hmm. This is interesting. It was first Parker, then B.R.O. and now Craig. It's a fascinating pattern.

Rosanna: Except that it isn't. Parker's safely ensconced with you. B.R.O. is folded, which is too bad. There's still life left in the label. And Craig? Well, you told me yourself, you're not interested in him. So why not? He's a fascinating man.

Carly: Because you saw us kissing?

Rosanna: Well, so, he's no virgin. Neither am I. And you're involved with Jack. You're committed, right?

Carly: Jack and I are together.

Rosanna: So there's no problem.

Carly: Rosanna, Craig only wants one thing from you.

Rosanna: Oh, no, he wants several things. My money -- I know that. Not that he doesn't have any of his own. I've already checked. But he enjoys being with a woman who knows how to live. My company -- we have a wonderful time together. And my -- well, how do I say this without sounding indelicate?

Carly: Craig Montgomery has never turned down sex.

Rosanna: Well, I'm sorry that's all it was for you. What a pity.

Carly: Rosanna, look, I'm sure you can find a thorn or two to take out of his paw, but you will never get him to walk nicely on a leash.

Rosanna: I'm not interested in controlling anyone, least of all Craig. Look, maybe this is just a timing thing. I mean, I've been battered a bit in the last year, and so has he. And I needed him, he needed me. I think we've come to a tender understanding.

Carly: The only battering Craig took this year was in the stock market.

Rosanna: Well, you didn't see him after Jack beat him up, did you? Honestly, Carly, if you weren't my sister, I would have insisted that he press charges.

Carly: Oh. So he went crawling to your door, did he? Been there. The thing is, Craig gets beat up pretty frequently. He never fails to find a sympathetic female to help patch him up. After he makes love with her, of course. Yes, he can manage to muster up enough strength for a game of mattress tag.

Rosanna: It wasn't like that.

Carly: Rosanna, just so we're clear -- because I don't want to be blamed later -- Craig Montgomery is no Mike Kasnoff. He cannot be fixed, he cannot be healed. There's no connecting past the moment. He is what he is. He likes what he is. And he won't be changed.

Rosanna: Well, that's fine.

Carly: And when he stops crawling to your door? There's no holding onto him, he's gone. It's like water going downstream looking for the next bright puddle.

Rosanna: So you had no effect on him?

Carly: His ego, maybe.

Rosanna: You know, Craig may not have been able to compete with Jack in your eyes, but whatever he did have to offer, you rejected. And that had an effect on him.

Carly: Good.

Rosanna: Which is why he turned to me. Because, you see, I'm not like you. I'm not gonna destroy him.

Barbara: I only had one chance to save the company -- Rosanna Cabot. She offered to put B.R.O. back in as a household name. And I turned her down flat.

Lisa: Now I know you've lost your mind.

Barbara: She was only doing it to get back at Carly.

Lisa: Oh, who cares why she was doing it, honey?

Barbara: Okay, okay. I came to my senses. I went to her, I told her that I was interested. But by then, she wasn't.

Lisa: Well, now, just where was this high-priced lawyer of yours during all this?

Barbara: Oh, Lisa, believe me, I've come to learn that Marshall Travers never says no to money. I was the one who was hesitant.

Bonnie: I'll live here because Isaac is here, and because it's home. And I figure with modern technology, computers, e-mail, I can run the trust from here.

Jessica: The trust?

Bonnie: As Maclaren heir and duchess of Glasgow, I'm in a unique position to preserve Castle Maclaren as an historic trust.

Isaac: Mm, mm, mm, I love it when you talk dirty. Will you listen to her? All PBS and junior league.

Jessica: Stop it. So, you're giving up the castle then?

Bonnie: No. No, not at all. Just opening it up to the public, but reserving certain quarters for family and friends. And Paddington will run it. So the staff will keep their jobs.

Ben: All right then, Bonnie. Sounds like you got it all solved.

Isaac: Actually, we got it all solved. 'Cause, without me, she'd be in London and the house would be in the swamp.

Bonnie: It's a heath.

Isaac: And there'd be no happy ending.

Brandy: Please. A duchess giving up her castle and her crown to come back to small town, USA, and hang out with her barkeep boyfriend? I give it six weeks, max.

Marshall: It is hard to believe.

Brandy: You know, if it were me, forget about it. I'd be on a plane so fast.

Marshall: This duchess -- I'm new in town. Who is she?

Brandy: Oh, the D.A.'s daughter, Bonnie Mckechnie.

Marshall: Really?

Bonnie: I beg to differ. Being a duchess has not changed me one single bit.

Isaac: Mm-hmm. Why don't you show 'em the walk.

Ben: The walk?

Jessica: The walk?

Isaac: The one where you had the chandelier on your head.

Bonnie: Watch it, or I'll ban you from my castle. Okay, well, here it goes.


Jessica: That is superb. It's beautiful.

Bonnie: Thank you.

Ben: The walk?

Brandy: Nice watch. A Rolex?

Marshall: Patek Philippe.

Brandy: Ooh la la.

Marshall: So you like expensive things?

Brandy: Who doesn't?

Marshall: Not everyone appreciates the difference.

Brandy: Wow, it's so thin.

Marshall: Would you like a watch like that?

Brandy: Yeah. What's the catch?

Marshall: This one's too big for you. And you can never afford it.

Brandy: I don't like to be teased.

Marshall: Oh, I never tease. You want as many of these as your little jewelry box can hold? Help me.

Aaron: It's okay. She's sleeping.

Lucy: I think we're here.

Aaron: This is West Grove?

Lucy: Well, the sign says "grove" and we're headed west. We already crossed Rockwell, so we must be here.

Aaron: Let me see.

Lucy: Stop.

Alison: What's going on?

Lucy: We're here.

Alison: We are? Well, I haven't been here for awhile.

Aaron: This is your father's house if that address you gave us is right.

Alison: Oh, you're right. Yeah. Let me go make sure he's home. Okay? You guys wait here, I'll be right back.

Lucy: "Let me go make sure he's home"? He doesn't know she's coming?

Aaron: I guess not.

Craig: Jack, I had no idea Rosanna put us on. I didn't want to do this. If you want to leave --

Jack: No, and leave you here with Carly?

Craig: No, take her with you, please.

Jack: I'm out of patience, Craig. Maybe it was all those weeks in a straitjacket. Or maybe I'm just tired of you. Either way, don't push me, and keep your hands off Carly.

Craig: Jack, this isn't personal.

Jack: No?

Craig: No. No, I'd like you if things were different. I would feel happy for you. But we have a situation here.

Jack: It's over, Craig. Whatever you and Carly shared, you're done.

Craig: No, not by a long shot. And you know it, that's why you hit me.

Jack: Well, you keep it up. I'll hit you again.

Craig: I'm not going anywhere, Jack. I love her just like you do. Maybe, okay, when she came back and her face was -- I handled that a little differently, but --

Jack: You ran. Carly knows that.

Craig: But it didn't stop her from kissing me back last night and meaning it. What if Weston had aged your face? You think Carly would have stayed for you?

Jack: She's not like you.

Craig: What if, though, Jack? What if you thought you had lost Carly to somebody else? What would you do? Do you think you could just let her go like that? Or would you follow her into parking lots, watching her getting out of her car, sneaking into shops, looking for a little reflection of her in a mirror?

Jack: I'm not a stalker, Craig.

Craig: Neither am I, Jack. I'm just -- a man like you in love.

Rosanna: You know, honestly, I just don't know what it is. You're sexy. So are a lot of women. I think you're ruthless. But men don't see that. You know, all they see is how hungry you are, how needy, greedy. By then, it's too late. You've already eaten them alive. Why do you do that? Why do you have to destroy every man that you touch?

Carly: Please. Craig Montgomery isn't destroyed. He's got you.

Rosanna: I'm serious. What is it? What is it that you do? I mean, poor Jack, he -- he gave up his marriage, he almost lost his career. What did you -- what did you offer him?

Carly: Nothing. Because I have nothing. Except a track record as a survivor. I suppose that's exciting. A little more exciting than those hothouse beauties who've been handed the world on a platinum platter.

Rosanna: Please. So you -- you take risks?

Carly: Yeah. My whole life is a risk. I guess that attracted Craig. He's a gambler, you know? And I was attracted to him. Until I finally realized that, when it comes to risks, Craig is the worst. Because he will never give you anything.

Rosanna: Oh, I think he's given me plenty.

Carly: Oh, what, Rosanna? What? His soul? Trust me, Rosanna, it didn't cost him a thing. Craig is a user. He'll catch your eye, take your hand and your body, spend your money, wipe your tears. And he will leave you just like that for the next hot prospect. So go ahead. You want to be me? Craig'll leave you with nothing. And you can be just like me.

Brandy: And just how would little old me help out little old you?

Marshall: A little research.

Brandy: And that's all?

Marshall: I'd like you to keep an eye on the duchess and her mother. Tell me anything you find out.

Brandy: And you'll buy me a drawer full of watches?

Marshall: And a whole lot more.

Lisa: Barbara, I left a message for Rosanna and I told her to meet me here later. Yeah. Now, she will invest in B.R.O. if she's as smart as I think she is.

Barbara: Thank you, Lisa.

Jessica: To happy endings.

Ben: Hear, hear.

Isaac: To Jake McKinnon, for showing me the way.

Jessica: Amen.

Lisa: We're toasting to love, right?

Ben: Oh, yes, yes. And here's to love.

Bonnie: And fate.

Isaac: How about to devastating charm?

Jessica: No, no, no.

Isaac: You're just gonna let them beep your brother like that --

Ben: All right, all right. Come on. Here's to my little brother, Isaac, who found the courage to love the woman that loves him. And may you two be as happy as we two.

Jessica: I'll drink to that.

Isaac: Welcome home.

Bonnie: You're right. 'Cause that's exactly what it is. I'm finally right where I belong.

Isaac: Me, too.

Lily: Oh, I love the three-quarter moon, don't you?

Holden: Oh, yeah. Nothing beats a three-quarter moon.

Lily: Oh, ah.

Holden: What? What is it?

Lily: I just got a cramp.

Holden: Okay, that's it. Come on, I'm gonna take you to the hospital.

Lily: No, no, no.

Holden: I'm gonna call the doctor. I'll go get the kids.

Lily: No, I'm okay. Let me just sit down for a second, okay? Please. Okay. Just stay here with me for a minute. It's probably Braxton Hicks or something. Just -- just give me a minute. I'll be fine. Okay?

Aaron: Lucy?

Lucy: That's my name.

Aaron: I like it. Lucy, I haven't felt like this way since -- ever. You and this night --

Lucy: I know. Wonderful. And we haven't even done the concert yet.

Aaron: I can't believe Holden let us take the truck to Chicago. That's a first.

Lucy: You deserve it.

Alison: Oh, sorry. My dad's heading out of town to visit his new girlfriend. And guess who's in the way? Like I want to go to Aspen.

Lucy: So you can't stay with him?

Alison: He wouldn't even let me stay here while he's gone. Sorry. I guess I'm gonna have to hang out with you guys till we get back.

Craig: Don't tell me you'd let her go, Jack. I watched you climb up mountains with your leg in a cast.

Jack: That's different. We didn't know what had happened to her.

Craig: And I was right there with you.

Jack: Craig, I can't change how you feel about her. That's your business. But she's clearly made her choice. And that is my business. You need to respect that.

Craig: I'll tell you what. I'll meet you halfway.

Jack: Not good enough.

Craig: No, you need to get a sense of humor, Jack. And you gotta stop busting an artery every time Carly looks at me. I look good. Can I help it? And in return, I will try to refrain from interfering in your love life.

[Jack chuckles] but you gotta remember that if I slip or my toe somehow hits the line, we're just a couple of sailors in the same boat. We both fell in love with Carly. Do you think you can handle that?

Jack: Probably not.

Rosanna: Look, I appreciate your concern. But I don't want to be like you. And Craig has changed. He's been hurt. You had a big effect on him. He's been hurt probably for the first time in his life.

Carly: Rosanna, I was there the night his son died. I saw him in pieces. I helped put him back together. And all of that pain and all of that grief and all of that loss, they didn't change Craig. He is still the same selfish charm-boat he always was.

Rosanna: Well, I'm sure he seems like that on the surface.

Carly: You're smarter than that.

Rosanna: Well, I've had a certain amount of experience. Maybe not as vast as yours, but I can certainly tell when a man is showing me something.

Carly: It doesn't matter what he shows you. He would turn around and betray you if it suited him. If, say, the picture changed, if you needed something, if he had to extend himself beyond his comfort zone. Say, for example, if you couldn't dance anymore or if you didn't look the way -- he would go someplace else.

Rosanna: Well, I think you're underestimating him.

Carly: I don't think so.

Rosanna: Look, I know you've been through a lot in the past year. And I'm sure Craig has disappointed you. But if you'd given him half a chance, maybe it would be different.

Carly: What do you want?

Rosanna: Look, maybe you're right. Maybe I haven't quite seen all the changes in you because of preconceptions and bad memories. But Craig is nothing like you describe. And if we're to get all past this, you're just gonna have to accept that --

Carly: That he's boffing my sister?

Rosanna: We made love. He let me see a side of him no one's ever seen. It wasn't just sex.

Carly: And you're the greatest lover he's ever had?

Rosanna: No. Just better than you. Why are people falling for new homestyle bakes?

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