As The World Turns Transcript Monday 8/1/02
Provided by Amanda
Proofread by Ebele
Katie: Every second with you is pure excitement. Now, I finally know what it's like to make love to a real man.
Simon: There's nothing real about him! He's an imposter!
Katie: Is he kidding? What an improvement!
Simon: You don't mean that, Katie! You don't mean that!
Katie: Don't I? I'm the only one who'll ever know the difference.
Simon: But what about me?
"Simon": Sorry, mate. You heard the lady. There's too many of us walking around. There can only be one.
Simon: He's lying. Katie would never fall for a fake like him. Henry said it was all a lie. When was the last time Henry told the truth? Don't do this to yourself, okay? You're going to get out of here. You're going to find Joe. You're going to save Joe, and you're going to get yourself home to Katie -- you are going to find Katie. Henry, please, just this once, don't let me down.
Lucinda: Katie. Katie! Are you all right? Oh, she was asleep.
Katie: Did I nod off?
Lucinda: Good grief!
Katie: I was just having the best dream about when Simon rescued me from that island. For weeks, all I had was this guy to keep my hopes up -- coconut Simon here was my lifeline, which is exactly why I brought him here to Asana.
Rose: Who else would put a coconut in a suitcase?
Katie: He's not just a coconut, Rose. It's a symbol that Simon and I will find each other again, like we did the last time.
Rose: You will find your real Simon and you will have him in your arms in a few hours. But you know, the fake Simon is going to come back soon if we don't have the diamond. And my pop's going to die. So get off your thus and start looking.
Lucinda: All right. Let's do it.
[Talking over each other]
Katie: Oh, wait. They're back! They're back!
Lucinda: What have you got?
Henry: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. We found somebody who knew someone who had a cousin who had a sister-in-law --
Paul: We have explosives. They're right here in the bag.
Rose: Well, that's dynamite --
Lucinda: Good job!
Katie: So do you think that's enough? Or is that too much to blow the lock off Simon's jail cell?
Henry: We can stick around here, we can talk about it all night, or we can go down there and make some noise.
Lucinda: Don't wait on ceremony, get down there and free the prisoner!
Rose: Be careful, please. Come back soon.
Lucinda: Good luck!
Paul: All right, Henry. Lead the way. Hey, Katie, where do you think you're going?
Katie: Oh, you don't think you're not going anywhere without me?
Molly: I have to have my eyes closed for this?
Mike: Humor me.
Molly: You know, I did drive my own car here. I could drive my own car home.
Mike: Anyone can drive a car, all right? But when is the last time that you rode in one of these?
Molly: A corvette?
Mike: '67 'vette, mint condition.
Molly: Wow. Is she yours?
Mike: On loan from a buddy I used to work with in my mechanic days.
Molly: She's beautiful.
Mike: Oh, man. They don't make 'em like this anymore, all right. Once you drive one of these, every other car just feels like a concrete slab, all right? But this -- this is a work of art. All right? Now, she's beautiful, sure. But don't let this sexy exterior fool you, all right? Now, she has got the heart of a lion.
Molly: Sounds like true love to me.
Mike: Yeah. I'm gonna miss taking her out on nights like this if I end up going back to New York.
Mike: We'll talk about that later. Right now, I am going to show you what it feels like to fly.
Barbara: Next time, if you don't mind, I'd really like to meet somewhere else. After the way my attorney trounced Jessica Griffin in court, I'm really not on Bonnie and Isaac's "a" guest list. I'm glad they're not here.
Rosanna: Barbara, you need to understand something. I'm the one that's footing the bill to pull your fat out of the fire, so I'm the one who gets to decide where we meet. Are we clear?
Lucy: We always talk about the mistakes that you think I'm making, but maybe its time you opened your eyes, daddy, learned a few things about the new person in your life.
Craig: For instance?
Lucy: Rosanna and I did get close while you were in montage. I learned all sorts of things about her. And she's not the woman you think she is. So find out more about her before you go trashing Aaron to me again.
Craig: Not so fast, young lady. I'm a big boy, I can take it. You're not going anywhere until we hash this out. So let me hear this.
Lucy: All right. I saw Rosanna with another man.
Craig: Well, it was probably Mike Kasnoff. They're old friends. She told me all about that.
Lucy: She did?
Craig: Yes. She probably suspected you might misinterpret what you saw.
Lucy: I know what I saw. And I know what she's doing. She is trying to cover her tracks!
Lily: Aaron. We didn't know you'd come back.
Alison: Isn't it the best? I missed this guy like crazy!
Lily: Where have you been? Your father has been looking all over for you.
Alison: Don't ever run away like that again, or else I just may never forgive you. At least now he has a reason to come back.
Lily: Um -- Alison, I need a few minutes alone with Aaron.
Alison: Don't keep him long.
Lily: Where did you go?
Aaron: Not far.
Lily: What did you do? How did you live?
Aaron: I camped out just outside of town. It was quiet in the woods. Gave me some time to think.
Lily: We thought you'd headed back to Seattle.
Aaron: Well, sorry to disappoint you.
Lily: What made you come back?
Aaron: I heard something about Lucy. I was worried. Turns out it was a lie.
Lily: You were worried about Lucy? Then why were you kissing Alison?
Aaron: You wouldn't understand.
Lily: Try me.
Aaron: Look, it's my business --
Lily: No, you've made it my business. And you owe me an explanation. You blow into this town. You create this incredible drama about my niece. You have family members choosing sides, defending you --
Aaron: I didn't ask anybody to defend me.
Lily: Well, I did. I defended you even to Lucy's mother! That was before I saw you kissing Lucy's best friend.
Lily: Look, if you have an explanation, and you really want us to understand, now would be a really good time.
Aaron: I -- I didn't mean for you guys to worry.
Lily: That's all you have to say?
Aaron: Right now? Yeah.
Lily: Did you ever care about Lucy? I'm jut asking, because I know she really cared about you. And I walk in and you're kissing Alison Stewart? Why? I'm just -- I'd really like to understand that.
Aaron: There's nothing to understand.
Lily: Or to explain. Yeah, right. You know what? If you see your father, please, tell him I'm looking for him. I really need to talk to him.
Alison: Was I brilliant, or was I brilliant? That kiss was inspired! Even Lily thinks we're a couple now!
Aaron: Yeah. Great.
Alison: Everything's working like a charm. Hey, where are you going? Um -- we had a date tonight. I mean, just so people can see us together.
[Engine revs] or maybe we could just -- go out or -- we can -- hey! Do you want me to wait for you?
Craig: Lucy, whatever you saw or think you saw --
Lucy: Wait -- you believe Rosanna over me?
Craig: No. This isn't a contest, sweetness.
Lucy: Your girlfriend is cheating on you and lying about it. I'm just trying to help.
Craig: Well, okay. Maybe you are. But I don't really need help. And actually, I'm not particularly comfortable discussing this particular aspect of my life with my child. All right? But Rosanna really did tell me about Mike Kasnoff.
Lucy: Everything? And you approve?
Craig: Lucy -- sometimes, old friends put their arms around each other. You know, it was nothing. All right? So now that we've thoroughly exhausted that topic --
Lucy: If what I saw was nothing, why did Rosanna make a deal with me to keep it a secret from you?
Katie: If you're going to set my husband free, there's no way you're going to do it without me.
Henry: You're just going to get in the way, Katie!
Katie: I can help!
Katie: I will be a distraction. I will be a lookout. At least I'll just keep him calm -- anything --
Paul: Katie, listen to me. I cannot let you come with us. All right? If I put your life in danger and something happens to you, Simon will never forgive me.
Katie: You can't stop me, Paul. Think about it -- if you were being held against your will, do you think Rose would just sit back while somebody else rescued you? No! Even if she had been there just to look in your eyes and let you know how much she loves you, she would do that. You'd be mad at her, and you'd bawl her out for putting her life in danger, but you would expect nothing less, right? Right. That's how it is with Simon and me. Please, you got to let me go.
Paul: All right, Katie, you're in.
Henry: Why -- Paul, come on --
Paul: Henry, Henry, don't argue with me, all right? Just show me where Simon is.
Lucinda: Be swift!
Rose: Just be careful, okay.
Henry: We'll be right back.
Rose: Be careful.
Lucinda: Good luck. Good luck.
Katie: I will be right back. With the real Simon in my hot little hands. See you soon!
Paul: Love you, okay?
Rose: I love you, too.
Paul: All right.
Lucinda: Good luck. Honey, I know it's a motley crew, but I do think that it's going to work. They're going to free Simon. And he's going to find your dad.
Rose: From your mouth to gods ears.
"Simon": Ladies, ladies, and ladies. You've found the diamond, have you? Well, this is brilliant news.
Lucinda: We have?
"Simon": Yeah. Well, what other reason is there for you standing around and chatting when a man's life hangs in the balance?
Rose: You said we had 24 hours! We got time! We still have a little bit of time.
"Simon": Yes, but does your father?
Lucinda: Oh, stop it! You just stop tormenting her. Is that why you've come early? To hurl threats at her?
"Simon": No. No, I'm here to give you some much-needed incentive to turn over the diamond and the provenance before the deadline. Behold. Ah, it's beautiful, isn't it?
Lucinda: What is it?
"Simon": This? In this is an antibiotic. Almost impossible to find on a backward little island like this. Doesn't look like much, but it's just enough to save a sick man from dying. Oh, could I interest either one of you in a dose?
Rose: My pop needs that! He needs that to stay alive!
"Simon": And I need the diamond! So find it!
Lucinda: The search is progressing as expeditiously as possible --
"Simon": Oh, expeditiously? Is it -- well, let me expedite matters even further? How about this?
Rose: You sick -- what did you do? What did you do? What did you do to my father? Tell me right now! Tell me right now!
Lucinda: Take it easy. Take it easy. Take it easy.
"Simon": You come at me one more time, and you will meet your pop on the way to the great beyond.
Rose: You know, you better save the great beyond, 'cause you're gonna be there with me, slick!
Lucinda: Don't. He's trying to get a rise out of you. We don't even know what was in that little vial. It could have been nothing. It could have been just H2O.
"Simon": Yes, it could have been water. And then again, it might not have been.
Rose: Was it water? Was it something that could save my pop?
"Simon": It doesn't matter what I poured out. It was merely to illustrate a point -- that I have your father's life in my hands.
Rose: Well, what about him? Is he alive? I mean, does everything you've been saying -- is it all a lie? Tell us!
"Simon": He's alive, yes. For now. But if you don't find me that diamond, there's not an antibiotic in this whole world that's going to save your father. Good luck, ladies. I think you're going to need it.
Rose: What are we supposed to do now? We've already torn this place upside-down looking for that diamond! What if it's long gone?
Lucinda: No! It has to be here. It's here somewhere.
Rose: Why? Because Cooley -- a dead guy -- said so? Oh, gimme a break.
Lucinda: Darling, Cooley had said that Katie had the diamond. When Katie asked about the diamond, Cooley said just one word, right? He said, "Simon."
Rose: He was dying. He was delirious -- one last joke on the human race.
Lucinda: No. A mortally wounded man, his final words? I think you shy away from practical jokes at a moment like that. No! That diamond is here. And we're going to find it!
Rose: Well, we'd better find it. And fast.
Mike: You doing okay over there?
Molly: Fantastic. You're lucky there are no cops around.
Mike: Oh, this is nothing. You should see me when I really get moving. Told you I used to race, didn't I?
Molly: Yeah, but that was a long time ago, right?
Mike: Yeah. I got hooked when I was a kid. Anything with a motor that could race like the wind, I wanted it. When I got old enough where I was able to compete?
[Mike chuckles] forget about it. I couldn't get enough. Racing is the biggest rush of all.
Molly: The biggest?
Mike: You ever try it?
Molly: I drive.
Mike: I'm not talking about tooling out to the mall, cruising over to Carry's for a cup of sugar. I am talking about driving. All right? I'm talking about going nowhere fast -- you, some wheels, a tank full of gas, no timetable, nothing to do on your "to-do" list. You ever do that?
Molly: Never. What are you doing?
Mike: Get ready to slide over and take the wheel. She is all yours.
Barbara: Bad day?
Rosanna: I'm sorry. Allow me to begin again. Congratulations on your victory.
Barbara: Oh. Well, I'll drink to that.
Rosanna: If a mistrial can be called a victory. You have complete assurance that the D.A. won't pursue a new trial?
Barbara: It's over.
Rosanna: Whoa! That's a relief. Especially since, as I'm sure you recall, your conviction would've been our deal breaker.
Barbara: Yes, as you have told me. I can't very well run an empire from behind bars.
Rosanna: No. And you didn't need Craig's testimony after all. So it worked out all right.
Barbara: You went to bat for him, trying to preserve what was left of his reputation. I trust he was suitably grateful.
Rosanna: He was. And after I took such excellent care of his daughter while he was in Montago, you might even say the boy's beholden to me. We've become quite the couple.
Craig: Sweetness, when I got back from Montago, you and Rosanna were all smiles. I thought you two were lifelong friends.
Lucy: That's what we wanted you to think. Rosanna promised she wouldn't tell you about Aaron and me going to that party as long as I kept my mouth shut about that major-league kiss I found her in with her old boyfriend.
Craig: Well, what you thought was major was probably just a --
Lucy: Daddy! If you caught me kissing someone like that, I would be in a convent in France right now. If you caught Carly kissing someone like that, the guy would be dead right now. If you don't believe me, ask Rosanna. Or better yet, ask Mike.
Craig: He's gone.
Lucy: You kept telling me to open my eyes -- to see Aaron for who he really was before he hurt me. Well, what about you? Don't I get to worry about you?
Craig: That's sweet, lullaby, but unnecessary.
Lucy: Dad, I don't want to see you get hurt. And that's what's going to happen, because Rosanna, she's treating you like -- the way you treated all the women in your life. The way you treated mom.
Lily: I've been driving around looking for you.
Holden: I took a little walk. I just wanted to do a little thinking after --
Lily: Our argument. Didn't help, did it? I have some news. Aaron's back.
Holden: He's back?
Holden: Where is he?
Lily: He's at Emma's.
Holden: Thank god! How is he? And why didn't he call?
Lily: He was busy. Making out with Alison Stewart.
Holden: What? Well, what's that all about?
Lily: I don't know. Aaron failed to enlighten me.
Holden: Lily, I asked you several times whether or not we should send Aaron back to Seattle. And we both agreed that he should stay here because his life had already been through so many changes.
Lily: But we know more now than when we made that decision. Aaron has more problems than we originally thought. I'm having a high-risk pregnancy. And I will not put this child's life at risk because Aaron has no respect for himself, for us, for these girls --
Holden: Well, I want to talk to him about that. You said it yourself that he didn't enlighten you on what's going on in his life.
Lily: Whatever it is, it's too much. It's too much for us to handle right now. He's become too much of a problem.
Holden: You're just panicking here. What we have is an adolescent kid who's having girl problems --
Lily: No, Holden, it's much deeper than that!
Holden: You act like he's knocking over liquor stores!
Lily: What if he knocks up one of these girls?
Holden: Like his father? Lily, what do you want? You want me to tell my son -- "welcome back, but now you have to pack up and leave. It was nice having you here, but now you got to go back." Is that what I should say to him?
Holden: Aaron. We were just talking about you.
Aaron: I heard.
Holden: Listen; it's not what you think. I didn't mean --
Aaron: Are you sorry that I came back, dad?
Holden: No. Absolutely not. I'm glad that you're safe. And glad that you're not in any trouble. But I do have to say that I am disappointed. You didn't tell us where you were going. You never said a word. You put us through hell here. Not just Lily and me, but mama and the kids --
Aaron: Say the word, and I'm out of your hair for good.
Lily: Why don't we just take a deep breath, sit down, and relax and discuss the situation.
Aaron: I'm talking to my father. What do you want, dad?
Craig: Lucy, I'm not proud of some of the choices I've made, but I've managed my relationships. And I don't think you should get in the habit of making judgments on things you don't understand.
Lucy: Rosanna Cabot is deceiving you.
Craig: And you're sure this doesn't have anything to do with you breaking up with Aaron?
Lucy: Maybe it does. I mean, you knew there was nothing you could do to convince me that Aaron wasn't good enough for me. You said I had to find that out on my own. Maybe it's the same thing with you and Rosanna.
Craig: Lullaby, adult relationships aren't as straightforward as you might think.
Lucy: I know. Like, you're still in love with Carly even though she's living with Jack Snyder. I understand that.
Craig: Oh, do you now?
Lucy: Yes. And I understand you, too, because I'm part of you, daddy. I know that you hate being lied to more than anything. And I hate seeing you tricked. So, when you do find out who Rosanna Cabot really is, I promise not to say I told you so.
Barbara: This is no polite way of putting this, but it scares the hell out of me that you are involved in my company and with Craig at the same time.
Rosanna: There's nothing to be scared of.
Barbara: Really? Craig will settle for nothing less than my total destruction, and now that I have escaped prosecution in court, he will find some other way to torment me. And if he has to use you to do it, he will.
Rosanna: Look, I think you're being paranoid, Barbara. I'm not some rank amateur. Not when it comes to running a business, and certainly not when it comes to controlling a man. I know precisely what I'm doing, so you can spare me the warnings.
Barbara: I see. I just find it amazing that it had to be Craig. Of all men -- to finally make you forget the love of your life. Mike Kasnoff.
Rosanna: That's funny you should mention Mike. I actually saw him today. Here in Oakdale.
Barbara: Really? Here?
Rosanna: Yes! Isn't that funny? Yes, he's made it painfully clear that he's let go of the past, as well as any attachment he's had to me.
Barbara: Well, I know what it's like to want to try again. I'm sorry.
Rosanna: No, no, don't be sorry. It's a moot point. Mike has left town, never to be seen again.
Molly: Next time, remind me to bring a scarf, okay?
Mike: Next time, huh? Guess I might have to stick around for a few more days.
Molly: We'll just see where the road takes us.
Mike: All right. Speaking of the roads -- this is where I used to race ladies belle late at night.
Molly: Really? How'd she feel about that?
Mike: She loved it. Lived for it. After all, that was my race car.
Molly: Ladies belle?
Mike: Yeah, whenever I was having a bad day, I'd come out here, let her rip -- all my troubles were gone.
Molly: I'm starting to see the attraction.
Mike: Yeah? You having fun? Good. Good, now let's do some real driving.
Molly: What do you think I'm doing?
Mike: You're limping along like a little animal that's scared to take a bite out of life! Look at you riding the brakes! Come on! Floor it!
Molly: Are you sure?
Mike: Yeah, sure. I'm sure! Now step on it! Yeah, all right. This is what I'm talking about. This is driving!
Molly: I love it!
Mike: Punch it. Punch it!
Mike: Come on! We are doing 85, c'mon. Take it higher. Take it higher. 90 -- c'mon! 95 --
Molly: Ah, I don't believe this!
Mike: You trust me?
Mike: You trust me?
Molly: I guess so.
Mike: Then close your eyes.
Mike: Your eyes -- close them! Trust me and close your eyes. Close them. Now let go.
[Molly laughing] just let go! How's that feel?
Molly: Like I'm flying! It feels like I'm really flying! Whoo!
Simon: Hey! Hey, you're back from the bar, are you? All right, you'll listen to me? All right, look, I have money, I swear. I'll get you money. I'll get you whatever you want. Just please; let me out of here so I can see my wife. Please!
Katie: Looking for me?
Katie: It's me. Oh, honey, it's me.
Simon: Is this a dream or something?
Katie: No, it's me! Is it you? Is it really you?
Simon: It's me. It's really me.
Katie: I was so scared. I was so scared I'd never see you again. I just -- I don't ever want to let you go!
Simon: Then don't. Do not let me go.
Katie: I can't believe I'm actually holding you, and I can touch you and kiss you.
Simon: You're supposed to be getting me out of here. You're getting me all worked up.
Katie: First things first, okay? First things first. Let's go sis.
Holden: We all want you to stay. Me, Lily, Mama, the kids --
Aaron: Lily, too? You could've fooled me.
Lily: You scared us half to death!
Aaron: Scared that, uh, something happened to me? Or scared that I might actually show up?
Lily: You belong here. You're part of this family.
Holden: That's right. And that means respecting each other. Being considerate of each other's feelings.
Aaron: So this is a two-way thing? Respect and consideration?
Lily: Of course, it is.
Aaron: Just checking.
Holden: And no more disappearing acts. You got a problem; we'll work it out. If you want to go back to Seattle, we call Caleb and Julie, we discuss it with them. But no more unilateral decisions. Got the message?
Aaron: Loud and clear.
Aaron: I'm sorry, dad. I'll see you guys later.
Lily: He hates me.
Holden: He doesn't hate you. You saw him with Alison Stewart. He's embarrassed. He's afraid that you hate him. Maybe he's just afraid, period.
Lily: Of me?
Holden: Of disappointing you. He knows that you expect a lot from him.
Lily: Yes, I do. And I expect a lot from you, and Luke, and Faith, and myself. I mean --
Holden: What's wrong?
Lily: Nothing, it's just -- quite a kicker. Like Luke was. You want to feel?
Holden: Wow! [Laughter] she's strong.
Lily: Yeah, he is. Remember how excited we were when we found out that we were expecting?
Holden: Yes, I do. It was the day Aaron showed up.
Lily: Yes. Yes, it was.
Holden: Do me a favor, okay? Try not to worry about anything. Just let me take care of it.
Lucy: I want you to be happy, daddy. I want you to find the right woman. But whoever that is, it isn't Rosanna Cabot.
Craig: Lullaby, I have had some experience in these matters. Don't you think your old man might know when he's being hoodwinked?
Lucy: And you've never been wrong?
Craig: Never. But thank you for caring.
[Cell phone rings]
Lucy: Hello? Aaron?
Alison: It's Alison! Is the coast clear?
Lucy: You're using his phone?
Alison: Do you believe how I threw your father off the scent today? By the way, I did the same with your aunt Lily.
Lucy: What do you mean?
Alison: She thinks you and Aaron are history. She caught us kissing in the barn!
Lucy: She what?
Alison: Before the week is out, the whole Country Club'll be buzzing about the new hot couple in town.
Lucy: Alison, what are you doing?
Alison: I'm saving your love life.
Lucy: You kissed my boyfriend!
Alison: Oh, don't get your hair in a tangle. We pretended to kiss. It's not a big deal.
Isn't it true that the more people who think Aaron's out of your life, the better?
Lucy: I don't like the way things are going.
Alison: We're doing this to help you. Everything's going to be okay. Chill out, Luce. It's under control.
Lucy: Not quite. But it will be. I got to go.
Barbara: I still find it difficult to understand how an otherwise intelligent woman like you, can allow a man like Craig Montgomery to fly under the radar? I mean, we all rebound, but -- to Craig?
Rosanna: Oh, well, that may have been the way it was for you, but that's hardly my story. Craig's certainly not the first lover I've had since Mike Kasnoff.
Barbara: Do tell.
Rosanna: Oh, well, no -- I couldn't.
Barbara: Oh, you have to.
Rosanna: Well, we all have our little secrets. I just happen to keep mine in a box in my closet. There's a belt buckle from this ranger in Texas, a batting glove from a rather energetic ball pilferer in San Diego. A pair of monogrammed cufflinks from a stockbroker in New York --
Barbara: What is this? Some kind of voodoo cleansing ritual?
Rosanna: Just a way of remembering who has the power? Some men are a nice place to visit, but you wouldn't want to live there. There are always other places on the map, other men.
Barbara: I see. And what sort of souvenir would you have from Craig? A subpoena? A lock of his hair? What do you think?
Rosanna: Well, if I had to have one symbol of the charming enigma that is Craig Montgomery, I would suppose it would be one of those silk ties of his.
Barbara: You're serious?
Rosanna: I have a rather -- I have a weakness for Craig in and out of those silk ties.
Barbara: Well, I guess it's true what they say -- one woman's poison is another woman's passion. Well, I really do need to get going. I have an awful lot to do.
Rosanna: Oh, you're working this late?
Barbara: I am working this late. Keep the campfires burning and all that. So we'll talk very soon, I trust?
Rosanna: Absolutely, good for you. I can't wait to see what you're working on. We'll talk.
Barbara: Count on it.
Simon: We, uh -- we heard you talking, so we figured it was safe.
Paul: Yeah, yeah we did. But since we're short on time, how 'bout we postpone the sex and get down to work?
Simon: All right, did you bring the explosives?
Paul: Yeah, you know what they say around here. If you can't get it on the black market, it doesn't exist.
Simon: All right, good. Did you bring enough to blow this lock apart?
Henry: Are you kidding me? We'll be lucky if we don't blow this place sky-high.
Paul: You know, maybe it's a good time for you to go back to the hotel.
Henry: That's a good idea. That's a good idea. Good luck to all of you. I'll see you soon!
Paul: Okay, well, I'll get to work. You guys, just -- pretend I'm not here, all right? But make it quick.
Katie: There are so many things that I want to tell you. But first of all, I have to tell you something about that awful man.
Simon: My double?
Katie: He never had me fooled. Not even for a minute.
Katie: Well, maybe a little bit at the beginning, but I swear, it was just -- I thought it was you with a major personality disorder.
Simon: Yeah, well, quite frankly, he's got a face that I would never get sick of.
Katie: It was so weird. He knew everything about you. And me! Everything about us!
Simon: He said if I didn't tell him everything he wanted to know, he'd make sure I never saw you again.
Katie: Well, he didn't succeed, did he? Let me tell you something, he could know every single detail about our entire lives, but he could never pass for you. There is only one you. One, unbelievably, incredible, sexy, courageous, strong man that makes me the happiest woman in the world. I love you so much.
Paul: All right! All right, looks like we're ready to go. Simon? Simon!
Paul: Get in that corner over there, all right? Get down as low to the ground as you can. Use this cot to protect yourself. Katie, get ready to make a run for it. I'll check outside.
Katie: I love you.
Paul: All right. All right, coast is clear. Katie, let's go. It's now or never. Let's do this.
Katie: I love you so much.
Paul: I hope to hell this works.
Katie: I don't know if I can go through with this!
Simon: Katie, we don't have a choice!
Katie: I don't want to leave you!
Simon: But you have to! You have to get out of here now!
Katie: But what if you get hurt? I don't want to --
Simon: I'm begging you, please! Get out of here now!
Simon: Katie, I will not forgive you if you don't go!
Paul: Katie, the dynamite is about to blow!
Katie: I love you! I love you so much!
Simon: I love you, too. Go!
Lucinda: Where's that diamond? The blasted thing has got to be here somewhere! Somewhere!
Rose: All right, we must think! Cooley said he knew where the diamond was. First he said Katie, and then he said Simon.
Lucinda: Katie, Simon -- it's a code. It's a puzzle.
Henry: No, Cooley wasn't exactly the quick-witted type. God rest his soul, but I don't think he left us any clever clues. So I think we have to take whatever he said on face value.
Lucinda: Then let's stick with what we know he said. The diamond is with Simon. The diamond is with Simon.
Rose: It has to be the real Simon, though. Because the phony Simon, if he had it, he wouldn't have us doing all this dirty work.
Henry: Yeah, but the real Simon doesn't have it either?
Lucinda: God forbid that there's a third Simon that we don't know about yet!
Henry: Third Simon.
Molly: I loved it! It really -- it really felt like I was flying! Like it was just I and the wind and the world racing by! It felt like my heart was going to beat out of my chest! And I haven't felt that alive in a very long time, Mike. It's like my whole body's tingling. Like there should be sparks shooting out of my fingertips! Out of my whole body, actually!
Mike: There are.
Molly: That was fantastic. And I want to do it again, and again, and again! Out of this world!
Mike: This is the first time I've seen you like this. Really let go, really happy.
Molly: It's been a long time since I was.
Aaron: Don't you have somewhere else to be?
Alison: I had to find out what happened after your stepmother caught us. Did she read you the riot act or what?
Aaron: Back off, Alison!
Alison: Wow! That bad?
Aaron: Every time I try to do the right thing, it comes back and bites me.
Alison: It's always that way though, isn't it? No good deed, right? You're really torque off, aren't you? You need to let off some steam. Do you want to do something?
Aaron: Yeah. Yeah, let's go start some trouble.
Lucy: The concierge at the Lakeview said I might find you here.
Rosanna: Something tells me you haven't chased me down for girl talk.
Lucy: I just wanted you to hear this from me. Our little deal? To keep my night with Aaron and your lip-lock with what's-his-name a secret? It's off. I told my father everything.
Rosanna: You didn't --
Lucy: Everything. Finally he knows what a lying witch you really are.
Barbara: Hello, Craig. Aren't you going to invite me in?
Craig: I would, but I'm fresh out of garlic, and you'll suck my blood, my soul.
Barbara: Oh, I would -- if you had one.
Craig: Aah, just like old times. Well, come in. If you're expecting me to congratulate you on escaping the long arm of the law, you came to the wrong place.
Barbara: No, no, no -- I'm not here to be celebrated. I'm here for you. I wanted to warn you face-to-face.
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