As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 8/27/02
Proofread by Ebele
Hal: Paul, hey.
Paul: It's not too late, is it?
Hal: For you, it's never too late. Come in. Hey, listen, it's great to see you. Welcome back.
Paul: Hey. Thanks, man.
Hal: Welcome back.
Paul: Never thought Iíd say it, but it's good to be back.
Hal: I heard about Rose's decision to stay and help her father. I know that's got to be rough on both of you.
Paul: Yeah, well, it is, but, uh, well, we'll get through it, right?
Hal: I'm sure you will. You guys are great together.
Paul: Thank you, and Hal, I'm -- you know, I'm sorry I missed your wedding. You know I would have been there if I could have been.
Hal: Oh, well, that was a night to remember, let me tell you.
Paul: Well, how's Emily doing? She's doing okay?
Hal: Oh, Emily, she's just fantastic, Paul. Unfortunately, she's not here, or I'd let you congratulate her yourself.
Paul: All right. Well, I'm sure I'll see her soon. But is -- is Will awake? I was looking to spend some time with him tonight, so --
Hal: I guess you haven't heard.
Paul: What? Heard what?
Hal: Will doesn't live with me anymore. Your mother chose to take him away from me the day I got married.
Barbara: She's still in a meeting? For four hours? I see. Well, did you give her my messages? I'm sure she's busy. I'm busy, too. Fine. My name, once again, is Barbara Ryan. Ryan -- R-Y-A-N. Please have her call me in the morning. Thank you.
Will: Are you okay, mom?
Barbara: Oh, I'm fine. Honey, I'm fine. How's your cake?
Will: It's good. Uh -- who was that?
Barbara: I'm trying to reach a woman who used to be a friend of mine. In fact, I got her started in the fashion industry, and now she doesn't seem to want to talk to me anymore.
Will: How come?
[Barbara laughs nervously]
Barbara: People change. You know, sometimes they get puffed up, and they make judgments about other people.
Will: You want me to talk to her? Maybe I can get her to call you back.
Barbara: Oh, honey, no, no. I don't want you to worry about it at all. Have I ever told you how much I appreciate the fact that you care about me so much?
Barbara: And how much I love the fact that we're living together, just the two of us?
Will: Yes, all the time.
Barbara: All the time. That's probably because you're so important to me. I just don't know how I'd get through the days without you, Will.
Craig: Tom, any news?
Tom: I've been bothering the entire hospital staff for the past half-hour. Nobody knows anything.
Lisa: Well, maybe that's -- maybe that is good news though.
Tom: Well, not necessarily, mom. If there were any complications, I doubt they'd be sharing them with us.
Lisa: But honey, the doctors had to take part of Katie's liver, give it to Margo. Now I think that would take a while.
Craig: Well, there must be somebody else we can talk to.
Tom: I think it's best just to let the doctors do their job.
Lisa: Well, thank you. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go get off my feet.
Tom: You know, I think she's right. I have a feeling it's gonna be a long night.
Craig: Simon, what -- what's wrong? Did you hear something?
Simon: About Katie, yeah. I found a nurse and made her tell me what was going on in the O.R.
Craig: What's wrong?
Simon: She's bleeding more heavily than they expected. They're trying to stop it.
Craig: They -- they can't get it under control?
Simon: The nurse said they will eventually, but -- oh, it's this waiting. I just -- don't know how much more I can take of it, you know?
Craig: Yeah, yeah. I know what you mean. What happened?
Tom: Margo is out of surgery. They've -- they've taken her to recovery. She's doing okay.
Molly: What is so funny?
Mike: Your face.
Molly: Something wrong with my face?
Mike: No. I just realized a couple of minutes ago that it was bouncing off satellites.
Molly: And you find that funny?
Mike: I find it appropriate. A face like that should be out there beautifying the galaxy.
Molly: Oh, that is very poetic.
Mike: Sorry, is it too much?
Molly: I'll let you know. Um, I cannot believe that I'm saying this, but I need you to stop.
Mike: What, television studios don't turn you on?
Molly: Oh, they do with you in them. [Laughter] But, um, I'm just extremely confused, Mike.
Mike: About what?
Molly: Because one minute you're here, and the next you're gone, and then you come back, and at first, you don't want to see me at all, and then suddenly you do, and then next thing I know, we're setting off the sprinkler system practically. And I don't know. Is it me, or does none of that make any sense?
Mike: Maybe it doesn't need to. Maybe we should just stay in this moment and worry about the next when it comes.
Molly: I can't do this. If all you're offering is tonight, then I don't want any part of it.
Mike: You think I came back to Oakdale for a one-night stand? I didn't. I'm looking for something else now.
Molly: Can you tell me what that is? Because I'm not sure that you even really know.
Mike: Well, I guess I'm looking for a sense that all things are possible, that the world does not begin and end with a hard hat on a night table. And I'm looking for the eyes to follow me all the way to Caracas -- eyes so blue and wet, I feel like I'm drowning in 'em.
Molly: Yeah. You know, I just -- I'm not so sure that I'm up for saving a drowning man right now, Mike.
Mike: Don't worry. I'm fine. But I am beginning to realize why I hesitated in seeing you.
Mike: Because I knew once I did, that my life would have to change. All my plans would have to change. But change is good. Isn't that what they say?
Molly: What about St. Tropez?
Mike: Looks like I'm not going.
Molly: Just like that?
Mike: You said we could make this work, right? But it won't unless we give it a chance. This, us, you and me.
Molly: So this is it? We're finally on our way?
Mike: It's a beginning. It's our beginning. If you're ready to take that first step, I'm ready to walk right beside you.
Hal: Barbara convinced the family court to grant her custody, pending the hearing. She chose to serve me the papers on the day of my wedding.
Paul: Hal, I'm sorry.
Hal: Well, mostly I'm sorry for Will. He was supposed to be my best man.
Paul: What, mother wouldn't let him?
Hal: She pulled him out right before the ceremony. I tried to talk her out of it, but -- [Hal laughs] -- she was determined to have her way. You know your mom.
Paul: Well, so how's Will?
Hal: He's hurt. He's angry. He feels like nothing's ever gonna go his way. And you know, the sad thing is, he just wants so badly to make us all happy.
Paul: All right, so what happens now? What do we do?
Hal: Tom Hughes files the papers, and we duke it out in court.
Paul: We got the date yet?
Hal: No, not yet.
Paul: All right, well, Hal, I don't want to scare you when I say this, but is Will in any danger right now?
Paul: You're sure?
Hal: Well, I mean, despite some bizarre behavior, Barbara would never do anything to hurt him. At least not intentionally.
Paul: Yeah, well, Hal, what about unintentionally?
Hal: That's a possibility.
Tom: Is the transplanted liver functioning?
Bob: On a limited basis, yes, but the regeneration takes time. It'll be months before Margo's 100%.
Adam: Now, can you tell yet if there's gonna be any problem with mom's body rejecting the new liver?
Bob: At this point, a very slight risk.
Simon: What -- what about Katie? You haven't said a word about Katie yet.
Bob: Now Katie's experiencing some bleeding from the cut surface of the liver. Dr. Bartlett wants to make sure that that's under control before she leaves the O.R.
Craig: Yeah, but she'll be all right.
Bob: Well, post-operative bleeding after a procedure this complex is not unusual. We'll keep her monitored very closely, and we see no reason to see any danger.
Simon: How long till you finish working on that?
Bob: Well, that's hard to say. I'm gonna rejoin the team in a few minutes. I'll let you know when Katie's out.
Simon: Please do.
Adam: When can we see mom again?
Bob: When Margo has fully regained consciousness.
Casey: What, an hour, two?
Bob: Well, it could be longer than that. Listen, if anybody wants to go home Ė [talking over each other] I guess I knew that. Listen, even though Margo and Katie are under sedation, they know very well that you've been here and you've been rooting for them. So you've contributed a great deal to the success of this operation. I want to congratulate you on a job well-done.
[Craig clears his throat]
Craig: I have some good news. Aunt Margo is in recovery.
Lucy: Really?! Aaron, did you hear that?
Aaron: Yeah. It's great.
Lucy: I've been so worried about her. How's Aunt Katie?
Craig: She's still in the O.R. There's some bleeding, but they have it under control.
Lucy: Should we be worried?
Craig: No, no. According to Dr. Hughes, there's no danger.
Craig: You thirsty, sweetness? I could get you some -- some juice from the machine.
Lucy: Thanks. That'd be nice.
Aaron: I'll get it.
Craig: No. No, no, no. You stay with Lucy.
Lucy: Well, do you want one, too?
Aaron: I'll just have a sip of yours.
Craig: I'll bring two straws.
Chris: Abigail, hi. Did you just get here?
Abigail: Yeah. Did you get out of the surgery with Margo and Katie?
Chris: Come here. This operation was incredible. It was one of the most amazing things Iíve ever seen.
Abigail: Did you actually see them do the transplant?
Chris: Dr. Bartlett was like this master conductor orchestrating everything. He knows what everyone's doing. He sees things without even looking. I swear, they should have sold tickets.
Adam: Oh, yeah, tickets are a great idea there, Chris. Maybe you should just open up a T-shirt concession outside of the OR. No, it's all good. Don't worry about it. You know, I'm just glad that my mother's surgery could give you a rush.
Chris: I didn't mean to be insensitive. I just got all caught up in the whole scientific thing. Adam, I'm sorry.
John: I missed so much of your early life. Birthdays and first steps, first words. What are you gonna do? I didn't even know that I was your father until you were a young woman. That does not diminish my love for you. Or the pride I feel about what you are, what you have become. Your sister has given you a chance at life here. But it's gonna be up to you to make it work. And I know you will. You're gonna pull through. Because, you know, you wouldn't want the rest of the world to have to deal with me if you don't. So you just take your time. I love you very much. Will you watch her carefully? And if there's any change at all, I want you to call me immediately.
Nurse: Yes, sir.
[Katie's voice inside Margo's head]
Katie: Hush little baby, don't say a word, mama's gonna buy you a mockingbird and if that mockingbird don't sing mama's gonna buy you a diamond ring. If that diamond ring turns brass mama's gonna buy you a looking glass
Craig: Your juice. Your juice. Some extra nourishment of a color not found in nature.
Lucy: Thanks, daddy. You want one?
Aaron: Oh, yeah. I love these.
Craig: I'm gonna go see if Simon has any further word on your Aunt Katie.
Simon: I have barely breathed since they moved her down the hall. At least I got to see her before she went in.
Craig: Yeah, I'm glad. Katie didn't realize it, but she did need to see you.
Simon: She was determined to go through with it, Craig. There was no talking her out of it.
Craig: Well, I didn't tell you about the surgery so you could second guess her. It was to give her support.
Simon: You can't blame me for asking some questions here, Craig. I had to be sure that she knew what she was going through.
Craig: What? Her diving in head first without looking for water?
Simon: It's no secret she's pretty impulsive.
Craig: It's not entirely her fault.
Simon: No? Whose is it?
Hal: Maybe it's because Barbara believes that everybody hates her, but she's hanging on to Will like he was the last life preserver on a sinking ship.
Paul: Well, I know all about that. She did the same thing with me. As soon as she got me away from my father, I became her entire life.
Hal: Oh. Would you care to use that experience to help Will?
Paul: What do you have in mind?
Hal: Well, Barbara's been keeping him pretty isolated from his old life. I tried to talk her out of it. She's not gonna listen to me.
Paul: What? You think she's gonna listen to me?
Hal: It's worth a shot.
Paul: All right. Well, I'll call her right now.
Hal: Hey, just whatever you do, just be careful. Barbara's very sensitive right now, and she's very, very suspicious, so don't make it about her in any way. Keep the focus on Will, and explain to her why he needs a broader support system, then let her come to her own conclusions.
Paul: Well, she's still angry with me for pulling out of B.R.O., so maybe I need to clear that air first before I start discussing Will.
Hal: You do whatever you have to, but the sooner the better.
Paul: All right. I'm on it.
Hal: Thank you.
Paul: Hello, mom? It's -- it's Paul.
Barbara: Paul? Oh, how wonderful to hear your voice.
Paul: I -- I would have called earlier, but it's taken me a while to get my bearings.
Barbara: It's okay. It's okay. I understand. Um, are you all right? I heard that you had quite an adventure down in Avanya.
Paul: Oh, yeah. I'm fine. It's -- it's -- I'm glad it's over.
Barbara: Yeah. So am I. Well, you think I could see you? It's been a while.
Paul: Okay, fine. I'll meet you. Where are you?
Barbara: I'm -- I'm at Java. Are you sure?
Paul: Yeah. Stay -- stay right there, and I'll meet you, okay? Just -- just hold tight. Okay.
Will: Mom, is Paul back?
Barbara: He is, and he is on his way over to see us. What do you think of that?
Will: How come?
Barbara: How come? Because he missed us. Aren't you excited?
Will: Yeah, but you think he'll wanna talk to me?
Barbara: Honey, of course he will. He loves you. You're his little brother.
Barbara: Do you have any idea how lucky I am? I have one son who's with me all the time and another who shows up just when I need him the most.
Adam: No hard feelings.
Chris: Thank you. [Pager beeps] Excuse me. I gotta go. Your mother's doing really well. We're all hopeful for a full recovery.
Adam: Yeah, me, too. Thank you.
Chris: I'll call you tomorrow. I wanna hear all about that apartment you looked at today.
Abigail: Oh, please. It was a disaster. One room, one closet, a construction site right next door.
Chris: Don't worry about it. You'll find something. I'll see ya.
Adam: So you're looking for an apartment, huh?
Abigail: I just started.
Adam: This is totally huge, isn't it?
Adam: Does -- does Molly know?
Abigail: Yeah. She's fine with it.
Adam: Okay. I'm glad you're here.
Abigail: Me, too.
Aaron: You doing okay?
Lucy: About my aunts, I'm starting to get hopeful. About you and me, still a little nervous.
Aaron: What are you nervous about?
Lucy: You know.
Aaron: What, your father finding out that my dad wants to send me to a shrink?
Lucy: I know I shouldn't be thinking about that now. It's really selfish, but I can't help it. Being with you makes me so happy, and I don't want anything to ruin that.
Aaron: Nothing's gonna ruin it. It can't. It won't.
Lucy: What about Alison? If something sets her off, she'll run straight to my father with the news.
Aaron: Yeah, I thought about that, too. Maybe we should try --
Lucy: No, wait. I know exactly how to handle this. Instead of waiting for somebody else to tell my father, we're gonna tell him ourselves.
Simon: What, are you saying it's my fault that Katie doesn't look before she leaps?
Craig: You're the last of the lost boys, Simon. Always looking for Never Never Land instead of acting like a husband.
Simon: Listen, from the moment we got married, I've done everything I could to keep Katie out of danger.
Craig: It wasn't that long ago some woman from your past made several threats on Katie's life.
Simon: That woman was nuts. She shows up without warning. I did everything to get her out of our lives.
Craig: You got to change the way you do things, Simon. Once Katie pulls through this operation, I won't let you be unfaithful to her again.
Molly: I don't have any idea what the rest of this is gonna be like, but if it's anything like the beginning, we are in for an amazing time.
Mike: I agree.
Molly: So what happens if you get a job offer tomorrow from Bermuda?
Mike: Sorry, not available.
Molly: Paris, Fiji Islands?
Mike: Not gonna happen. For now I'll keep living at the Lakeview, and tomorrow Iíll start looking for work in Oakdale. Maybe I'll get lucky.
Molly: What if you don't?
Mike: Keep looking till I do.
Molly: Mike, Oakdale is a very small town. What if all you get are small jobs?
Mike: Then I'll do those. As many as I can get.
Molly: And that's gonna be enough for you? I mean, a man that's used to this big-time construction company? Is it gonna be enough for you to just put kitchens in somebody's ranch house?
Mike: I'll be fine, 'cause Iíll be with you.
Molly: Maybe. Or maybe you'll start thinking that that old life of yours is looking pretty good.
Mike: Why are you doing this? Okay, trouble will find us. We don't need to look for it today.
Molly: You saved my life in New York, Mike. I don't wanna repay you by making your life miserable.
Mike: Okay, then maybe we should get something straight. I didn't save your life. You saved mine.
Mike: I never intended on having a life on the road. But after a few years, that's all I knew. I stopped making friends because I knew Iíd never be there when they needed me. And I certainly didn't pretend to be the man in anyone's life. Any woman who wanted what I could offer would have to be pretty desperate. You give me a plane ticket and a per diem check, I'll follow you anywhere.
Molly: At least you saw the world, right?
Mike: Part of it, maybe. I can say hinges in seven different languages.
Molly: You could have made the most of it. Why didn't you?
Mike: I did! I studied the local customs. I took up photography. I took pictures of everything that I saw. The problem was, I never had anyone to show 'em to. One night I woke up in this just cold sweat. And I realized that I was like a kite without a string. Just blowing in the wind. No purpose, no direction.
Molly: Then you found me.
Mike: That's right. And being near you made me realize that I could have so much more in my life. That I could be so much more than what I was. And that is why I'm back in Oakdale. So let's not have anymore talk about what I did for you. My kite with the broken string landed in your tree. And I've been a better man for it ever since.
Molly: My kite, your tree?
Mike: Come on. I'm new at this.
Adam: I know this is none of my business, but are you and Chris, like, going out or something?
Abigail: First of all, it is your business, 'cause I still like to think that we're friends. And secondly, Chris is interning, and right now he doesn't have time for anything but that.
Adam: Well, if he did have the time, would you be interested?
Abigail: I don't know. Can we talk about something else?
Adam: Okay, okay, fine. How about -- did Chris have anything to do with you wanting a new apartment?
Abigail: You will not let go of this, will you?
Adam: No, no, I can't let go of this. I mean, who does this guy think he is? He breezes back into town and -- you know what? Wait, forget it. I -- I just got some really weird stuff that Iím dealing with right now, too. So --
Abigail: You're kidding. How weird?
Adam: Well, you know, Iím out at USC having fun and learning my craft. And I think of you a lot, and -- and when I think of you, I hope you're having fun, too. And it all seems fine until I come here and I see you with Chris, and then I turn into some jealous moron who doesn't even know what he's babbling about right now.
Abigail: It's okay. Hey, if I came out to California and saw you with a whole bunch of new friends, I'd be jealous, too.
Adam: You would?
Abigail: Yes, of course.
Adam: So then you understand?
Adam: Good. I'm really glad to see you.
Abigail: Me, too.
Simon: I don't know where you get your information from, Craig, but Iíve been 100% faithful to Katie ever since we got married.
Craig: What about Malta? Avanya? It's not about women, Simon. It's about adventure.
Simon: Oh, please. The people I cared about were in trouble. Katie was well aware of the risks. I did nothing, nothing behind her back.
Craig: She knows you're addicted to danger, and she loves you, so she gives her blessing and then follows you.
Simon: Yeah, well, I begged her not to do that, haven't I?
Craig: Well, it doesn't matter. She worries about you, so she follows you. Now is that being impulsive, or is that following your lead?
Simon: You've got a lot of nerve, haven't you, Craig? Giving me advice about marriage. As I recall, you haven't been so successful at it yourself.
Craig: That's true. I have a weakness for women. It cost me Sierra. But if you don't put a stop to your weakness, you're gonna lose Katie.
John: How's she doing?
Nurse: She's been stable since you left.
John: Good. Good, good, good.
[Katie singing inside Margo's head]
Katie: Hush little baby don't say a word mama's gonna buy you a mockingbird
John: How long has she been doing that?
Nurse: A few minutes.
John: It's all right. It's all right. Take your time. Whenever you come out, we'll be here waiting for you.
Paul: Hey. Hey, Will. How are you?
Will: I'm fine.
Paul: Well, come here. Come here. Give me hug. Come here. How are you, man? I missed you. Oh, here, let me look at you. Oh, just what I thought. Two more inches since the last time I saw you.
Will: Not really.
Paul: Well, yeah, but close. Sooner or later, you are gonna be draining those three pointers, just like I told you.
Will: I can already, especially when I was with, uh -- aren't you just gonna say hello to mom?
Paul: Yeah. Hi.
Barbara: Hi, honey.
Paul: You didn't say anything about Will being here.
Barbara: Well, Will's with me all the time these days. Just about the best company I ever had.
Paul: Well, you must be doing something right, pal. Mom, I -- I wanna clear the air about something, and it's kind of sensitive. I hope it's okay.
Barbara: Well, I guess that depends.
Paul: On what?
Barbara: On whether you're here for a visit or to lecture me on how I'm running my life.
Molly: I am gonna remember this moment forever. Television cameras and all.
Mike: Beats an island in the Caribbean.
Molly: It does? Okay, Mr. My kite, your tree. This I gotta hear.
Mike: Okay. Let's suppose we were in some vacation spot. You know, with your tropical drinks and your tropical breezes. You got the ocean crashing in the background and the smell of gardenias in the air and --
Molly: Okay, I get it. But you got a problem with that?
Mike: Yes. Because if what happened here happened there, we wouldn't know if it was us or the setting.
Molly: Yeah, we would.
Mike: You're right, we would.
Molly: Are you ready to go?
Mike: No. There's something special I'd like to do before we leave. I've been dreaming about it for a long time. I think now's the time.
Simon: You picked a hell of a time to offer me marriage counseling, Craig.
Craig: Well, I'm gonna protect my sister any way I can.
Simon: Protect her? You barely acknowledge her existence.
Craig: That's not true.
Simon: Have you been to the cottage yet? I mean, she must've invited you at least a dozen times.
Craig: Well, I've been a little busy, but I will get there.
Simon: Oh, I'm sure you will, when it suits you. It's always a one-way street with you, isn't it, Craig?
Craig: Actually, until a little while ago you and Katie were living with me. I never asked for rent, never questioned the bills.
Simon: Oh, fine, money. You're talking about money. So you've been a little generous with money. So what? What about giving of yourself? You know, treating Katie like an equal instead of some bubble you can pop without a second thought. That's what she needs, Craig, and you haven't even been close to giving it.
Craig: Whoa, whoa, all right. I'm sorry about that.
Simon: You're worried about her, aren't you?
Simon: Yeah? And attacking me makes you feel better, so cut me some slack.
Craig: All right. But I have sat in this hospital before and sworn to be more caring for the people who are important to me. And you just never know what can happen, how long they'll be around. And here I am again, having to learn that lesson all over again.
Bob: If you can bring her right in next to Margo, that'll be good. There we go. Thanks for your help. If you have any questions about her meds, you call me. How's Margo?
John: She's doing well, doing well. Her vitals are strong. And she's getting close to regaining consciousness.
Bob: Katie gave us little scare a while ago, but she's stable now.
John: Did you inform the family?
Bob: Yeah, I'm on my way to do that now. We could do it together if you like.
John: No, I think Iím gonna stay here. In case she wakes up, I want her to be able to see someone she knows.
Bob: Okay, I'll check with you later.
John: All right.
Hush little baby don't say a word mama's gonna buy you a mockingbird and if that mockingbird don't sing --
Barbara: Will is so happy to see you.
Paul: Well, I feel the same way about him. All right, mom, look -- I don't wanna put this off any longer. I need to talk to you about B.R.O.
Barbara: You're kidding? I didn't think you'd be interested.
Paul: Now, I know I quit, without any notice. And I also know I said some things I shouldn't have. But a lot has passed since then.
Barbara: Yes, a lot of time. It was a difficult time for everyone. But you're still my son, Paul, and that means everything to me.
Paul: Thank you. I appreciate that. Now, what I'd like to do right now -- and I hope you'll go along with me on this -- is that Iíd just like to put all the bad feelings aside and kind of --
Barbara: -- Pick up where we left off?
Paul: In some ways, yes.
Barbara: Somehow I thought -- I thought that you would come through for me. I mean, you always have, and I guess you always will.
Paul: Well, actually, this isn't only about us.
Barbara: No, it's not just about us. Scores of people are gonna be affected. In fact, we need to put out a Press release first thing tomorrow morning.
Paul: Press release about what?
Barbara: Press release. After a brief hiatus for personal reasons, Paul Ryan has rejoined B.R.O.
Molly: Mike, we had a wonderful time tonight. I mean, it was an amazing time, but don't you think we should just savor that and not leap to the next step yet?
Mike: You think I wanna make love.
Molly: You don't?
Mike: Yes. But tonight I got something else planned.
Molly: Okay. [Molly laughing] You know what? Maybe you better tell me what it is, because obviously when I start guessing, I just make myself look like a big idiot.
Mike: All right, here it is. Molly McKinnon, will you go out with me tomorrow night?
Molly: A date? You are asking me on a date?
Mike: Yes. I wanted to end tonight knowing there'd be another. Not six months from now, not when fate decided, but as soon as we could make it.
Molly: I would be delighted, Mr. Kasnoff. Now, if you would be so kind as to walk me to my car, maybe we could figure out a time.
Mike: You got it.
Molly: This place is never gonna be the same.
Lucy: Daddy, could I talk to you for a second?
Craig: Sure, sweetness, come on. What's up?
Kim: Tom and I just got off the phone with Lyla.
Craig: Oh, did you tell her her two girls are doing okay?
Kim: I did indeed, but she has a million questions.
Craig: Oh, well, I'll catch up with her later. Thank you for making that call.
Tom: Have we got any word?
Simon: Not a word yet.
Tom: Hey, Gram, I hope you like beef and barley because that's all they had left.
Nancy: Perfectly all right, dear. Thank you.
Craig: There was something you wanted to tell me, sweetie?
Lucy: Um -- Aaron and I are gonna get another juice. Can I get you one?
Craig: No, no, I'm fine. Listen, if you wanna go home, I can call you with news.
Lucy: No, that's okay. Thanks. I couldn't tell him. Not now.
Aaron: That's okay. We'll be all right.
Tom: Hey, Dad, what's going on? How are they doing?
Bob: Well, they're both in recovery. Margo's beginning to gain consciousness. And once they're fully awake, we'll move them to their rooms.
Casey: So you mean that's it, right? They're gonna be okay?
Bob: Well, barring any complications, that's exactly what I mean. You should be able to see them in a couple of hours.
Simon: So how's that for good news, huh?
Craig: Well, it looks like Iíll get another chance to try and do it right.
Nurse: Dr. Dixon?
John: She's coming around?
Hush little baby don't say a word mama's gonna buy you a mockingbird and if that mockingbird don't sing mama's gonna buy you a diamond ring
John: It's okay. You're gonna wake up now. There's nothing to be afraid of.
Margo: Something's wrong. Why don't they hear it? Something's wrong. They gotta help Katie.
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