As The World Turns Transcript Friday 7/26/02
Provided By Suzanne
Proofread by Ebele
Bonnie: These papers are gonna make my mother seem like the biggest loser since Marsha Clark.
Isaac: Marsha survived, and so will Jessica Griffin.
Bonnie: How can anyone think Marshall Travers is a hero?
Isaac: You did.
Bonnie: Isaac, it is all my fault that my mother couldn't think straight in that courtroom. I mean, how do you go for the jugular of a man who just saved your daughter's life?
Isaac: No. Travers won because he -- he hit your mother in a way she wasn't expecting. And then that judge allowed the man to put her on the stand. He's -- he's probably long gone now. He's out of our lives, so let's not waste any more time talking about him when we could be kissing.
Bonnie: You're right, you're right. I don't plan on being in a courtroom for a very, very long time, so why should I ever see his face ever again.
Emily: I know you keep telling me to get over it. I just wanted Barbara to pay for something. Something.
Carly: I know, but you and I are just gonna have to console ourselves with the knowledge that we are happier than Barbara Ryan will ever be.
Emily: I just can't erase the image of Hal up on that stand testifying that Barbara was a victim. How do I come to terms with that? I wanted her to pay at least a token price for what she did to us!
Carly: And she will. She will pay for the rest of her life, Emily, but we are free.
Emily: She won, Carly.
Carly: Only if we become obsessed with our own disappointment. There are other kinds of justice, Emily, so just walk away from this. And don't blame Hal. Enjoy him. Treasure what the two of you have.
Carly: We not only won, Em. We won big.
Jack: What's going on?
Carly: Emily and I were just about to count our blessings.
Emily: You'd better go first, Carly.
Jack: Well, I'm -- I'm shocked. How can you summon up gratitude for anything after what happened this afternoon?
Hal: I'm with Jack. I know how much the two of you were hoping for a conviction.
Emily: Do you, Hal? Do you have any idea?
Lisa: How in the world could Barbara let some slick lawyer make this all our fault?
Kim: I actually thought I was gonna have apoplexy when he accused me of abandoning her.
Lisa: You and I, we're -- well, we're the only ones that rallied around her. For heaven's sake. And then when I got up there on the stand, I was ready to sing her praises, and instead, I got accused for failing Barbara as a friend. Just how in the world could she allow an attorney to do this? How?
Kim: I don't know. I suppose she's just desperate, that's all.
Lisa: Oh, please. She's "desperate" more times than I've been married. I'm just sick and tired of the whole thing.
Rosanna: Lucy?! Great. No key, no Lucy. Oh, Max!
[Rosanna laughs] You're a miracle. Um, I, um -- I just locked myself out. I'm staying in Mr. Montgomery's suite while he's away. You know that?
Max: He explained everything before he left, Ms. Cabot.
Rosanna: Oh, lovely. Lovely. Thank you so much.
Max: Will there be anything else?
Rosanna: No, no. Thank you very much. Oh, uh -- actually, there is something else. Um, I ran into a friend of mine earlier, um, Mike Kasnoff. Do you happen to know whether he checked back into the hotel this evening?
Max: No, he left this afternoon.
Rosanna: Oh, right. Okay, well, I'll just catch up with him another time. Thank you. Oh, Mike, how could you just leave?
Mike: Has Rosanna Cabot changed rooms? I can't seem to find her anywhere.
Max: Right in there, Mr. Kasnoff.
Mike: You sound surprised.
Rosanna: I heard you'd just left.
Mike: For someone who isn't gathering information on me, you seem pretty up on my whereabouts.
Rosanna: Well, the bell captain just mentioned that you had gone. Did you miss your flight?
Mike: I guess so.
Rosanna: Well, why'd you come back?
Mike: I don't know. I mean, I had my car pick me up early, and I was just gonna make a stop, and a lot of memories got stirred up. I started thinking about you, and I just couldn't stop.
Rosanna: Oh. Well, come on in. Um, have a drink. This isn't my place. Um, I'm just watching it for a friend of mine, but I'm sure he won't mind if we enjoy a little of his scotch. Lovely. Toasting. Many happy returns.
Mike: Look, I didn't come back here to put a fairy tale ending on what we have. I just came back to say good-bye.
Rosanna: Well, we did that already, didn't we, in the lounge?
Mike: Not really. The right kind of good-bye wraps things up. I don't like loose ends.
Rosanna: Is that what I am, a loose end?
Mike: I don't know. I mean, what we had was -- was labeled "done" and put away, and then I run into you, you tell me that you're involved with someone, and then you beg me not to leave town. Yeah, that's a loose end.
Rosanna: Well, I wasn't planning on asking you to stay. I -- it just happened.
Mike: I just don't understand what you want from me, Rosanna.
Rosanna: I don't want anything from you. I -- I just had a few clumsy words slip out, okay?
Mike: It's okay. It dredged up a lot of memories. What we had was special.
Mike: But it's -- it's part of the past, and that's just not a place that I like to go to.
Mike: 'Cause living there is no good.
Rosanna: Well, I don't live in the past. I have both feet firmly planted in the 21st Century. But you know, there are some things that don't change, even over time.
Mike: Seeing you threw me, too. I admit it. I mean, it didn't help that Molly had just politely asked me to get lost, and I was wondering what city and cookie-cutter hotel I'd be spending the next six months in. I was kind of feeling sorry for myself, and -- I don't know. Then you walked in.
Rosanna: The loose end.
Mike: The -- the link to the one time in my life when -- when I was settled and content.
Rosanna: It was like that for me, too.
Mike: And it was great until, it became bitter and sad.
Rosanna: Well, I don't have any regrets or grudges. Do you?
Rosanna: So don't you think that maybe there could be some --
Mike: Rosanna, I came here to finish things up, but are you starting them back up again?
Barbara: May I join you? Please? This isn't easy.
Kim: Sit down, Barbara.
Lisa: Well, if it isn't easy for you, perhaps you should just leave.
Barbara: I have a right to order something just like everybody else.
Lisa: But you're not like everybody else. You're just this poor little person who's been victimized by her so-called friends.
Barbara: Look, I am very sorry that my attorney put you all through this. I begged him not to use the strategy, but he insisted.
Lisa: Well, why didn't you just insist right back that he leave your very good friends the hell alone? And I -- I've got things I have to do. Would you please excuse me?
Kim: Of course. Listen, if you talk to Tom and Margo before I do, give them my love.
Barbara: Is everything all right?
Kim: Margo was in the hospital.
Barbara: Oh, Lisa, I'm sorry.
Lisa: You are, aren't you?
Barbara: Well, I knew that she would be upset. I was fighting for my life in that courtroom, Kim. You don't think I deserved that, do you?
Kim: Yes, and more.
Bonnie: Oh, my God. Get out!
Marshall: All right, look, if this is about your mother, you're taking it the wrong way. That was just business, nothing personal.
Bonnie: Yeah, well, the press may buy that line of bull, but I don't. I know better.
Marshall: In every case, there's a winner and a loser. This time, your mother lost.
Bonnie: Yes, because you put her on the stand and tried to make her look like a fool. What did you call her, "recklessly vindictive?" You, a man who knows the importance of a lawyer's professional image, you tried to trash my mother's, and I want to know why.
Marshall: You want to know why I won and she lost?
Marshall: Because I worked twice as hard. I read and reread. I went over strategies of the greatest minds in legal history. I lived and breathed Barbara Ryan's case from the moment she hired me. You want to make sure your mother never gets shown up in the courtroom again? Tell her to do a better job building her cases.
Bonnie: Here's what I'll tell her -- I'll tell her never, ever to step in the courtroom again with some muckraking sleazebag like you!
Carly: We weren't just hoping for Barbara's conviction, Hal. We were counting on it. But it didn't happen and we'll just have to deal with that and we will. Because we are the real winners here, Emily. We have our lives, we have our sons, we have our men. We have friends and family. We have the only things that truly matter. And Barbara, the woman who tried to take it all away from us, what has she got? She's only got a big, fat bill from her hotshot lawyer.
Jack: Travers got Barbara a second chance. Maybe this will be a turning point for her.
Hal: She's missed every wake-up call so far.
Jack: Yeah, but she was planning on spending tonight behind bars, and she's not. That's got to hit home more than anything ever has.
Hal: I hope so. She came within an inch of losing everything.
Emily: Not close enough.
Hal: Emily --
Emily: No. You know what? I don't want to talk. I'm just going home. Okay?
Carly: Hal -- just try to understand. She needs some time.
Hal: I'll walk slowly.
Jack: You're so evolved about this, it's making my head spin, Carly. So why don't you tell me, what are you really planning?
Carly: Revenge -- plain and simple and oh, so sweet.
Hal: Who are you calling?
Hal: Emily, she'll listen to you for two minutes, and then she'll tell you all about her own problems.
Emily: Well, I can't cat call my mother. We both know that.
Hal: You don't have to call anybody, Emily. I'm here to talk to you, to hold you, to stroke your hair and to tell you all the reasons that I love you.
Emily: Yeah, but we both don't feel the same way about Barbara going free, remember?
Hal: True. Her guilt has a lot of gray areas for me, but my loyalty to you and my love for you -- Emily, that is black and white. I don't know where Barbara is right now, Emily, and I don't care. I'm here because you're here, and this is where I belong.
Emily: I don't think I can live like this, Hal.
Hal: We'll figure it out together.
Emily: How do I stop being so damn angry?!
Hal: You don't. You live with it, you talk about it, you scream about it, and one day, it will be gone. But until then, Em, you feel what you feel.
Emily: Damn her! If I could just get some direction, you know? If someone, somewhere could just convince me that there's some cosmic reason, there's some grand plan that that woman is not behind bars facing a life sentence without --
Will: Dad! Did you hear the great news?! Mom's free! She's not going to jail!
Barbara: I told Marshall that everyone in my life was going to end up hating me. Somehow though, Kim, I thought that -- well, I hoped that you would end up being a holdout. I guess that was too much to ask.
Kim: Hands down, Barbara. Hands down, you take the cake. I can't believe you've got the nerve to sit here and feel sorry for yourself. I'm glad that you're not looking at a prison term, but I'll be darned if I'm going to sit here and listen to you play the victim. Everything that's going on with you now is a direct result of your actions. It's what happens when you hurt people.
Barbara: James hurt people. I'm as much his victim as Carly and Emily and Rose were.
Kim: Do you really believe that? I mean, even if you do, what about all of the rest of the victims? You sacrificed everyone, up to and including your own friends and your family -- everyone.
Barbara: I'm sorry. I didn't mean for you to be hurt. Or Lisa.
Kim: Or Bob or John? Weren't we the ones who reached out to you time after time after time? And what did you do? You just pushed us away. Why bother rehashing the whole thing? The point is, your attorney finally got you another second chance. How many is that now? I don't know. Who can count? Thing is, my advice to you is you better take advantage of it, because I doubt there'll be another one coming your way anytime soon.
Barbara: Well, first thing I'm gonna do is get B.R.O. back on track.
Kim: I'm talking about you helping the people you've hurt, not about helping yourself.
Barbara: I can't undo the past. Jennifer's in Europe, and she won't come home. Paul is -- is off, out of the country with Rose. And when they do come back, I don't think they're going to be inviting me to dinner anytime soon. All I have left is my company.
Kim: That's all? Help me here, Barbara. The last time I looked, it seemed to me you do have another son. Have you managed to forget him already?
Barbara: Of course not, but Will has his father. He has Hal.
Kim: So what? You're his mother. After everything that you've put that little boy through the past year and a half -- after his feeling abandoned and frightened and alone -- after all of that? And you know what he's been thinking about all that time? You. It was his idea that we come to the -- to the court today so that you wouldn't feel alone, so that you wouldn't be frightened. You have taken a sledgehammer to your family, and big surprise, some of them have left you. But not Will. Will is still there. He's still waiting. He still believes you're gonna come back and be his mother again.
Barbara: He's better off without me.
Kim: Oh, baloney. I'd like to pick you up and shake you till your teeth rattle! That's the kind of selfish thinking that got you into this mess in the first place.
Barbara: I am doing what's best for him, Kim.
Kim: Oh, no, you're not. You're trying to get yourself off the hook. And if that's what you're really trying to do, then shame on you! Shame on you! Maybe you're right. Maybe Will would be better without you.
Marshall: Aren't you a little too old for tantrums, Ms. McKechnie?
Isaac: Trust me, you got off easy. Hey, take a deep breath. And apologize to Mr. Travers.
Bonnie: Apologize? Are you crazy? For what?
Isaac: Because if this keeps escalating, one of our loyal customers is liable to call The Intruder. And the last thing your mother needs is publicity by you getting in a fight with her opponent.
Bonnie: For stooping to your pathetic level and indulging in the type of boorish behavior that should only be left up to you.
Marshall: I accept. And now I really must accept your standing offer for a free drink.
Isaac: A lot of men in your shoes wouldn't want to stick around here.
Marshall: I'm not like other men, Mr. Jenkins. In fact, I'd wager I'm not like anyone you've ever met.
Bonnie: Why don't you throw him out of here?
Isaac: 'Cause that's exactly what he wants me to do. I don't know what game brother-man's playing, but -- but I'm starting to think there's way more to Mr. Marshall Travers than meets the eye.
Rosanna: You know, don't read too much into my asking you to stay. I am seeing someone, after all. This is his suite, actually.
Mike: The friend you're doing the favor for. Does he have a name?
Mike: What's he like?
Rosanna: You. He's witty and a little peculiar. Private. I find him intriguing.
Mike: Do you love him?
Rosanna: When things are good between us, there's something that feels like love, yes.
Mike: Feels like it or it is?
Rosanna: You have an awful lot of questions for somebody who just came to say good-bye.
Mike: You and I had something good. I'd just like to walk out of here knowing that you found something better, that's all.
Rosanna: Well, I thought I had. Until I saw you again, and then it just reminded me of, you know, what it was like when we were together. How it just felt like anything seemed possible.
Mike: We were young, all right? People change.
Rosanna: Maybe we didn't.
Mike: Things already started changing for us before we split up, Rosanna.
Rosanna: But in the beginning, before Carly, it was amazing. Wasn't it?
Mike: What do you want from me, Rosanna?
Rosanna: I want to know if what we had was some youthful, hormone-driven fantasy or the real thing.
Mike: And if it was?
Rosanna: Then I want it back. I want it back so bad it kills me.
Hal: Two double hot fudge sundaes, with jimmies and a cherry, coming up.
Hal: I'll talk to him. No, he needs to be aware. He -- he needs to be more sensitive. He needs not to yahoo about his mother when you're around.
Emily: Why not? Huh, why? He's a good kid who loves his mom. And he's hung in there through 62 different kinds of hell and now things are finally going the way he wants. This is his home. Let him celebrate in it. Good grief, what kid's not gonna jump for joy that his mom's not going to prison.
Hal: Emily, I don't know what to say except -- that I'm so sorry.
Emily: Don't be. Don't be, I asked for a sign. I got one. When I first came into Will's life, it was like he -- I don't know, everything was falling apart around him and he'd forgotten how to smile. Tonight, he remembered.
Hal: And it's been a long time.
Emily: Yeah. You know, I thought if Barbara were behind bars, I'd forget about her. But I realized, it doesn't matter if she's in or out of prison. She's Will's mom, and as long as I'm with you, that means she's part of my life, doesn't it?
Hal: Do you think you can live with that?
Will: Dad, do you know where Mom is? I want to call her.
Hal: In a minute, Will. Do you think you can live with that?
Emily: Go. Go, Will wants you.
Jack: I ask you to explain how revenge can be simple and sweet, you ask me to close my eyes and when I open them, you're nowhere to be found.
Jack: Not a sip until you lay out your plot.
Carly: Well, champagne is part of it. And so are you.
Jack: How is drinking champagne with me revenge?
Carly: Drinking champagne with you, making love with you, living with you, laughing with you. Just think about it, Jack. I've got a gorgeous guy who adores me, a wonderful son and enough talent to blow B.R.O. out of the water. The only thing I have to do to make Barbara Ryan regret the day she ever met me is to live my life, because it's a good one.
[Jack laughs] What?
Jack: You. You're amazing.
Carly: Look who's talking? The man who never stopped looking for me, who never stopped loving me, not even when I had more wrinkles than a linen sport coat in August. Barbara may have her freedom, Jack, but she hasn't got your hand to hold. She doesn't have your arms around her. She's got nothing. And I -- I have you.
Jack: And I have you -- as long as we both shall live.
Carly: And every time she sees us, laughing or kissing or swinging Parker through the air, she's going to feel something cold blow past her. And you know what that's gonna be? The ashes of her life. So I pity her, Jack. I really do.
Barbara: Jessica, I'm sorry. Marshall told me that he had a surprise witness, but he never indicated to me that it was you.
Jessica: Save the apology. I may have lost this round, but I still have the one thing that matters -- my reputation. I wonder how you'll get by without yours.
Barbara: I'll manage.
Jessica: You may have walked out of that courtroom a free woman, but don't think for one second that you're innocent. No one else does.
Barbara: Well, then I'll have to work on that, won't I?
Jessica: You can try. But you're going to find out that there are some things money can't buy. And I'm one of them.
Mike: What you're looking for isn't there anymore.
Rosanna: Because of Molly?
Mike: Maybe, in part.
Rosanna: First I lose you to Carly and then her trailer-park cousin.
Mike: You know what? I don't want to do this.
Rosanna: Well, I do. So just tell me, what is it about Molly Conlan that makes her so irresistible?
Mike: Besides the obvious -- she's honest, okay? She doesn't have to think about it. When I look in her eyes, I feel like I see all of her, not just the part that she wants me to see.
Rosanna: Unlike me, you mean?
Mike: Unlike anyone I've ever met. When she talked to me about her marriage, and her children and Jake's death -- I could feel her life all tangled up in theirs. I thought, "oh my God, isn't this nice to be able to have someone who puts their whole heart on the table and doesn't worry about the consequences?"
Rosanna: Well, I was like that once -- with you.
Mike: But then we lost each other. And we started protecting ourselves. You know, you and I got really good at guarding our feelings. And I have been living that way for a long time.
Rosanna: Right, sure. I understand. I have too, I suppose.
Mike: Now that I've met Molly, I don't want to live like that anymore. I'd given up that anyone was gonna make me feel the way that she has.
Rosanna: Look, you shut me out. I never got a second chance.
Mike: Molly's alive, Rosanna. What you and I had -- it's dead. I'm sorry, all right? I don't like to reminisce. And old memories aren't enough to keep me in town, all right?
Rosanna: Wait, just wait a second. Come here. Maybe -- maybe this is, huh?
Jack: You may feel like velvet, but you are one tough enemy. When you stood up in that courtroom with fire in your eyes, I wanted to rip off your clothes right in front of that judge.
Carly: Talk about contempt of court.
Jack: Hmm, what can I say? You light my fire.
Carly: And I do like a good fire.
[Cell phone rings]
Jessica: Jack, it's Jessica. I need to talk to you about the Barbara Ryan case right away.
Jack: What case?
Jessica: The case I plan to reopen. Can you meet me at Java coffee shop? Now?
Jack: Yeah, I'll be there. That was Jessica. She wants to talk about reopening Barbara's case.
Carly: Well, go! Something new might have come up.
Jack: Woah, what happened to "living well is the best revenge"?
Carly: Yeah, well, sure -- but seeing Barbara Ryan in a jumpsuit would make life a whole lot better.
Jack: You keep the home-fires burning.
Carly: For you, g-man? Five alarm.
Brandy: I wouldn't put your business card in the fish bowl.
Marshall: No, I don't think I'm gonna win the favorite customer award.
Brandy: You should have heard Bonnie going on about you earlier.
Marshall: She doesn't like my tactics.
Brandy: The City Times called you a "mercenary." Said you trounced Bonnie's mom with -- what was it? "The relish of a seasoned warrior."
Marshall: I just did my job.
Brandy: Well, me, too. But my work never made it into the courtroom. Why did you pay me all that money to get the goods on Jessica Griffin if you were never gonna use it?
Marshall: Just didn't need it for the Ryan case.
Brandy: Mm-hmm. For something else, perhaps?
Marshall: You make a nice scotch and soda. Thanks.
Rosanna: Lucy -- oh, hi. I didn't, uh, expect you.
Lucy: Well, I live here, remember? With my dad.
Rosanna: This is, um, an old, dear friend of mine, Mike Kasnoff.
Lucy: Oh, is that your old, dear secret handshake?
Rosanna: This is Lucy, she's the reason I'm staying here. I'm taking care of her while her father is away.
Lucy: It's a temporary arrangement.
Mike: It's nice to meet you. I'm leaving.
Lucy: Oh, no, it's okay. You guys just go ahead. I'll be in my room.
Rosanna: Lucy is a very, very smart girl. And she understands the situation. Don't you, Lucy?
Lucy: Oh, yeah. There's no reason for you to leave. Stay, I know my dad would love to meet you. Oh, you know what? I almost forgot. Rosanna, did I tell you? My dad's on his way back already. Bye!
Mike: Coming here was a mistake.
Rosanna: Mike, wait! Just wait, wait, wait!
Mike: What are you thinking? That a kiss was gonna change something that has been dead and buried for seven years?
Rosanna: I wasn't thinking. I wasn't, I just -- you seem to think it's charming when Molly does it. So I just said, you know, just be brave. Take a chance! Stop keeping everything bottled up all the time. And, yes, I hoped it would remind you of what we had at one point. We're not dead, we're alive! We probably have more to give each other now than we did years ago.
Mike: I don't think so. Okay, this is now, and now you are involved with that child's father, and I am leaving town.
Rosanna: No, you don't have to.
Mike: You know what? It was good seeing you. Okay, I'm glad that I saw you. I'm glad we made peace and I'm glad you're that beautiful, passionate girl --
Rosanna: Oh, God, don't say that! Please don't patronize me. Please!
Mike: Good-bye, Rosanna.
Rosanna: Wait, look, stop. Wait! I kissed you. I know that, and you kissed me back, right? Why?
Mike: Let it go. I have.
Lucy: You know, Daddy will be so happy. He wanted us to get to know each other while he was away and now, we do.
Emily: How's Will?
Hal: Uh, sticky. He's taking a shower.
Emily: Did he call his mom?
Hal: Tomorrow. How are you?
Hal: Yeah? You didn't finish your sundae.
Emily: You asked me a question before you went up to see Will.
Hal: If you could live with Barbara being part of your life.
Emily: Yeah, I've got an answer for you.
Emily: I can live with Barbara. I can live with anything. As long as I get to go to sleep in your arms at night and wake up in them in the morning.
Hal: I love you. I promise I'll try to make this as easy as I can.
[Knock at door]
Emily: Um --
Hal: Hold -- you're not going anywhere. I'm not letting you go!
Emily: What are you doing?!
Hal: I'm not letting you go is what I'm doing.
Emily: How are you getting the door?
Hal: I don't know. You got a foot? [Laughter] Hello?
Barbara: Hello, Hal. I'm here to see my son.
Jack: Why am I here, Jess? Why are you talking about re-opening Barbara's case? Have you got something new?
Jessica: That's your job. And do it right because when I prosecute Barbara Ryan, I don't want any mistakes.
Isaac: Now what did that itty, bitty napkin ever do to you?
Bonnie: Look at him, Isaac. Sitting there with his scotch, like he's king of the world. I hope he chokes on his own self-importance.
Isaac: Are you sure that he's the only person you're mad at?
Bonnie: Well, who else would there be?
Isaac: Yourself. There was a moment where Travers did the right thing, and you declared him a hero for life.
Bonnie: What are you saying, Isaac?
Isaac: That he's just a man, like millions of others who do whatever it takes to win. Bonnie, you have got to learn to look behind the veneer, see what people are really made of. Travers, he fooled us all -- even your mother, and she has almost as much street smarts as I do.
Bonnie: I've just never seen her so unsure of herself, Isaac. I hope she doesn't move for retrial because I don't want to see her go up against Marshall Travers ever again.
Marshall: Look, I really appreciate the information you got me on Jessica. Isaac, too. Even if I didn't use it.
Brandy: Yet -- c'mon, tell me. What's up that expensive sleeve?
Marshall: It won't be a secret much longer. I'm after Ms. Griffin's job. That's right. You're looking at the next District Attorney.
Rosanna: Oh, I've definitely gotten to know you better, better than your own father does. Other than that, we have nothing to discuss.
Lucy: Oh, really? I wanted to curl up on the couch and hear all about your dear, old friend.
Rosanna: Just knock it off, little girl. I am not in the mood.
Lucy: Yeah, me either. You can call me "little girl" if it makes you feel better, but I play by grown-up rules now. My aunt's in the hospital and my dad's gonna be walking through that door any minute, so that means you and I have just enough time to reach an understanding.
Rosanna: I don't like being blackmailed. And for the record, I don't like you.
Lucy: I don't like you either, but that's not the point. I won't tell my dad about you kissing dear, old Mike, if you don't tell him about Aaron. What do you say? Deal?
Carly: Hello? Is there anybody back there? I'd like to pay my bill!
Mike: Bartender! I need my bags from behind the bar.
Mike: Carly -- unbelievable.
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