ATWT Transcript Tuesday 10/15/02

 

As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 10/15/02

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Simon: Yes, I find Henry a little aggravating. But now that he's partners with us in this detective agency, I'm gonna have to learn to live with him.

Katie: Well, you can try, but no one's ever succeeded.

Bartender: What can I get you folks to drink?

Simon: Do you want -- no, nothing. We're fine. We're gonna order dinner any second now.

Bartender: It's on the house.

Katie: What's the occasion?

Bartender: Some big shot's buying rounds for everyone.

Isaac: Hey, hey, hey, hey --

Bonnie: Okay, will you guys hurry up? My mother's gonna be here any minute.

Isaac: Hey, don't blame us. You're the one who had to have the custom-made sign.

Ben: And are you sure "Welcome to your new life?" It almost sounds like we're rubbing it in that she didn't win the election.

Isaac: At a surprise party, no less, which some people don't even like.

Bonnie: Listen, you guys, my mother has been through a very, very difficult time. And she's gotten through it with grace and dignity. And, to me, that deserves to be celebrated. So, trust me, this party is exactly what she needs.

Jessica: Thank you. You need to stop worrying. No one is ever gonna see that tape of us together.

Marshall: Paul Ryan's seen it. And I have no indication that he can be trusted.

Jessica: I told you, I've -- I've taken care of that.

Marshall: Well, have the tape and all copies been destroyed?

Jessica: No.

Marshall: Then the potential for disaster still exists.

Jessica: Listen, I -- I gotta go. I have to follow up on an arrest warrant.

Marshall: And after that?

Jessica: After that, I'm going home.

Marshall: I'll meet you there.

Jessica: No, I don't think that's a good idea.

Marshall: Why, will Bonnie be home?

Jessica: No, she's working late.

Marshall: Then why the hesitation? You said you were ready for a real relationship. I've been feeling the same way for weeks. We've wasted enough time already. Let's not deny ourselves any longer.

Jessica: Okay. You can come by. I'll make some tea, and we'll talk.

Marshall: We'll take it at your pace. I'll see you shortly.

Hal: How is he?

Barbara: The best I can say is that he looks peaceful.

Hal: And you?

Barbara: I have bruises on my neck where my unconscious son rose up and tried to strangle me. How should I be?

Hal: I just spoke to Jessica. She's issuing a warrant for Aaron Snyder.

Barbara: Oh, thank goodness. That boy has to be punished for what he's done to our son.

Hal: This isn't about Will.

Barbara: It's not?

Hal: It's about arson. It's about breaking the law. I'm not making this personal, Barbara. I won't fall into that trap.

Alison: Did I tell you I enrolled in Oakdale Vo-tech?

Aaron: No. No, you never mentioned it.

Alison: Don't worry, it's not like I want to fix washing machines for the rest of my life. But the judge said if I enrolled, I wouldn't have to report to him.

Aaron: Did you hear that?

Alison: No.

Aaron: I thought I heard something. I can't see anything.

Alison: The Oakdale P.D. isn't that swift. It'll probably take them a couple of hours to figure out you're here. Unless Lucy told them, which -- which she wouldn't do.It's not going to happen.

Aaron: They're trying to pin the fire on me, Alison. And they're not going to give up until they find me.

Alison: You can turn yourself in.

Aaron: No. Then it'll look like I'm guilty. I'm not gonna do that.

Alison: Well, this sucks! We might as well make the best of it.

Aaron: And how do we do that?

Alison: Did you have a blanket?

Aaron: Blanket?

Alison: To keep warm.

Aaron: Look, Alison, if you're cold, you can go. You've already done enough. You've warned me about me getting arrested.

Alison: No, that was nothing, Aaron. I'd do anything to help you. I thought you knew that.

Lucy: I'll be happy to answer any questions you have. But if you're expecting me to incriminate Aaron, it's not gonna happen.

Jack: Well, all I wanna do is talk. As soon as you get uncomfortable, you can ask me to leave.

Lucy: All right, leave.

Craig: Lucy, come on, that's not acceptable. Detective Jack is trying to be courteous. You should try to be the same.

Lucy: What do you want to talk about?

Jack: I wanna know if there was anything you left out during your last conversation with the Police.

Lucy: There isn't.

Jack: Well, maybe Aaron made a statement. You know, something you didn't think was --

Lucy: I know what you're trying to do, so you might as well just stop.

Jack: What am I trying to do?

Lucy: You want to know if Aaron said anything about being a hero. You want to know if he said, "Gee, maybe if I burn down the family barn and rescue a couple of kids, I'll get to stay in sunny Oakdale." The answer's no. You got that, detective? No! If it's too difficult for you, I can write it down!

Craig: Lucy --

Lucy: I'm sorry, daddy, but being polite just isn't working, so I'm trying something else.

Simon: Nice threads, Henry. Very -- what do you reckon? -- Fall 2001.

Henry: Oh, you like it, kid? I'll get you one.

Simon: No, I think I'll give my stylist one more chance.

Katie: And I have to say, it's very generous of you to be buying drinks for all the people in this lounge. What's going on?

Henry: Yeah, how're you doing? Well, you know, I -- I find philanthropy very rewarding, Katie. I don't want to make a habit of it, but for one day, it's not too bad.

Simon: Where did you get the cash, Henry?

Henry: Our first client.

Katie: We have a client? When did that happen?

Henry: Well, let's see, I think it was when you were busy criticizing my name for our little company and our logo. I think I was out busy getting our first client, who not only paid us well, paid us in cash.

Simon: All right, what did you have to do to get that money? Oh, maybe I don't want to know.

Henry: It's already done. Case closed. The bar's open.

Katie: Wait, hold on a second. Is this client that woman that you met here at the bar last night?

Henry: Very astute, Katie. Your powers of observation are matched only by your unrelieved perkiness.

Katie: And your talent for attracting trouble is just as annoying as it always was.

Henry: Meaning what?

Katie: Meaning that woman happens to be Rosanna Cabot.

Henry: Of Cabot Motors, one of the wealthiest women in

the Midwest. I recognized her, guys. You underestimate me.

Simon: You don't know the half of it.

Katie: What you didn't realize, though, is that Rosanna is my brother's girlfriend.

Henry: I don't want to date her, Katie. I just want to tap that vein and draw off some of that money.

Craig: Lucy, flying into a rage isn't gonna help anyone. So why don't you just --

Lucy: Because I don't want to calm down.

[Knocking at door]

Craig: Who is it?!

Rosanna: Rosanna.

Lucy: Oh, great. Just great.

Rosanna: Hello. I was expecting you. Is -- is something wrong?

Craig: No.

Lucy: Everything.

Jack: I dropped by to ask Lucy about Aaron.

Lucy: No, you didn't. You dropped by to get enough information to arrest Aaron for that fire just because of some comment he made to Abigail about being a hero!

Jack: Aaron is my family. I'd be happier knowing he was innocent.

Lucy: Then why are you asking me all these questions? Was it because of you? Did you ask him to do this? You saw an opportunity to hurt Aaron, and you just jumped all over it?

Craig: No, that's not true.

Jack: This is Police business, Lucy. Your father had nothing to do with it.

Rosanna: You know,if I may inject another perspective --

Lucy: Somebody get her out of here!

Craig: She's trying to help.

Lucy: Who? You? Detective Snyder? Because it certainly isn't me or Aaron.

Jack: Maybe I should come back some other time.

Lucy: I thought you wanted my statement. Wasn't that the whole idea?

Jack: If you're giving me one, I'm listening.

Lucy: I love Aaron Snyder. Aren't you gonna write it down?

Jack: I'll remember it.

Lucy: Fine. I'll do anything to keep him from going to jail for something he didn't do.

Jack: I don't think you want to say that last part.

Lucy: Put it on the record, detective. If anyone else has a problem with it, they can lock me up, too.

Craig: Where are you going?

Lucy: To Aaron.

Craig: No.

Alison: You know how when you're in junior high and there's all those kids with bad teeth whonever turn in their homework, and then you get to high school and you wonder where they all went?

Aaron: Uh-huh.

Alison: Well, guess what? Well, they're all at Oakdale Vo-tech.

Aaron: Oh, yeah?

Alison: Yeah, and I'm one of them.

Aaron: Alison, you're not a loser. If anybody's a loser here, it's me.

Alison: This is so wrong.

Aaron: What?

Alison: Waiting here for the cops to find you.

Aaron: You've got a better idea?

Alison: Get in the car and start driving. Blast the radio and sing on the top of our lungs. We can just go until we don't want to go anymore.

Aaron: Then it'll look like I'm running. That's not what I want.

Alison: Yeah, me neither. But since when do you and I ever get what we want?

Holden: Lily, I'll bring that ice cream up to you and Faith in a minute! I just want to make a few calls, see if I can find Aaron! "I won't be back for awhile. Try not to worry. Aaron." Don't run, please. Not now.

Hal: Jessica spoke to the judge. He's gonna sign the warrant. As soon as he does, we can bring Aaron in.

Barbara: Does that mean you?

Hal: It's better if I don't get involved.

Barbara: Hal, didn't you tell me that Jack was going too slowly on this?

Hal: This is Police business, Barbara. I'd appreciate it if you steer clear of it.

Barbara: Jack doesn't have your determination. If Aaron runs, he may not be willing to stop him.

Hal: I issued the warrant. It will be executed. One way or another, Aaron Snyder will be in jail tonight.

Bonnie: Oh, no. She's here! She's here! Get the lights.

Jessica: Thank you, Judge Larkin. I'll call Lieutenant Munson and let him know we're all set. Great, I'll check in with you tomorrow. Okay.

[Cell phone rings] Jessica Griffin.

Marshall: It's Marshall. Where are you?

Jessica: Home. I just got here.

Marshall: Well, get that tea going, Jessica. I'll be there shortly.

Jessica: List, maybe we should do this another night. Marshall?Marshall?

All: Surprise!

Jessica: What is this? What are you doing here?

Bonnie: We're throwing you a party. What does it look like we're doing?

Ben: Like the sign says, "Welcome to your new life."

Katie: Did Rosanna's job have anything to do with my brother or my niece or Carly Tenney?

Simon: Specifics, Henry? Details -- give us all the details, even those little parts you always leave out.

Henry: Now, look, this sounds suspicious like you two don't trust me.

Simon: No?

Katie: Your point?

Henry: I thought this was a partnership. Not one for two and two against one.

Simon: Rosanna's job?

Henry: I -- well, she asked me to look into some stock that her broker was considering buying. And I did some covert investigation and found out that it was a loser. I saved her some money. She was very appreciative.

Simon: Oh, right. Very covert. What was the name of the stock?

Henry: WiggingtonElectric and Water and Gas.

Simon: Yeah, right.

Katie: We're not buying it.

Simon: We're not buying that at all.

Henry: Okay, good. The point is, Katie, it has nothing to do with your family. And that's all that's important to you, right?

Katie: How do you know that? She could be setting you up. This time it's about stocks, the next time it's about Craig.

Simon: Which means we don't do business with her.

Henry: Guys, she's a gazillionaire. She has gazillionaire friends. I mean, if we get in with her, we can be retired in six weeks.

Katie: We can be successful without her. From now on, Rosanna Cabot is off limits.

Aaron: I'm not running away, Alison. It doesn't do any good.

Alison: But you're already hiding out. What's the difference?

Aaron: I'm here because I don't want my family to see me get arrested. Okay? It's not the same as hitting the highway.

Alison: Okay. I was just trying to help.

Aaron: Well, you can't. Okay? No one can! I just want you to go.

Alison: I thought you needed company.

Aaron: Look, if they find you here, the Police are gonna think you're an accomplice, okay? You're already in trouble. I don't want to make it worse.

Alison: Does that mean you're worried about me?

Aaron: Something likethat, yeah.

Alison: I don't care what they do to me, Aaron. I'm gonna stay here as long as you need me to.

Aaron: I don't need you.

Alison: Oh.

Aaron: Go. Get on out of here before it's too late.

Alison: Aaron, I'm scared. I don't want you to get hurt.

Aaron: I'll be fine! Alison, I didn't start that fire. And I'm not gonna go to jail for it.

Alison: Yeah. So why are we even worrying about it?

Aaron: I'm not. So, I'll see you soon, okay?

Alison: Sure. Maybe we can -- I mean, the three of us -- we can go on a picnic or something in the next couple days, when all this is settled.

Aaron: Sounds like an idea. I'll try to make it work.

Alison: See ya.

Alison: Bye.

Aaron: Bye.

Lucy: Aaron needs me right now. I have to go to him.

Jack: Where are you going?

Lucy: To look for him. I don't know where.

Craig: I'm sorry, Lucy, I can't let you do that.

Lucy: What are you going to do? Lock me in my room for the rest of my life?

Craig: No. Only until the Police do their job and arrest Aaron.

Jack: You're getting ahead of yourself there, Craig. At this point, we don't even have a warrant.

Craig: Yeah, but it's probably just a matter of time. Don't you think, Jack?

Jack: Probably.

Lucy: I need to be with Aaron. Please, daddy, let me go.

Craig: No, I'm sorry, I can't.

Rosanna: You know, dear, I know it's hard for you to see this right now, but your father is just protecting you.

Lucy: From what? What is everybody so afraid of?

Craig: Well, when the Police go after Aaron, it's possible he'll resist. There'll be a scene. And I don't want you involved in that.

Lucy: A scene? What does he mean by that?

Jack: When people get arrested, sometimes emotions run high.

Lucy: What, so they're going to shoot him? Oh, well, that's what you've wanted from the beginning, isn't it? Will you be happy then when Aaron's dead?

Craig: No, no, no. Hey. Hey. Hey, hey.

Barbara: I can take care of things here. Why don't you go and take care of getting Aaron Snyder into jail?

Hal: Oh, once the judge signs the warrant, it's just a matter of finding him and bringing him in. Jack can expedite that. I want to stay with Will.

John: How's he doing?

Barbara: About the same. Sometimes I can't even tell if he's breathing. You know, when he was little, Hal and I would put him to bed and we'd pray that he wouldn't call out our names just so we could have a little time together. And now, here we are praying that he'll just wake up and call our names out.

Hal: He will, Barbara. He will. Just count on that.

John: We want to take Will downstairs and give him another cat scan. Compare it with the earlier one, and perhaps we'll have a better idea of how to treat him.

Hal: Whatever you need,John. Can we stay with him?

John: Actually, it might be better if you were to wait in the corridor.

Hal: Well, why is that?

John: Well, parents sometimes become emotional when we have to prepare the boy to move --

Hal: And what is this? What is he doing?

John: It's a precaution. Simply a precaution, Hal.

Barbara: There's gotta be another way.

John: Hal, his sedative is gonna be wearing off very soon. I don't want him to hurt himself.

Hal: Move back. Get your hands off my son!

Barbara: You've gotta find another way to do it!

John: Hal, don't do this. Don't do this. It's routine, Hal. Hal, he doesn't even know it'shappening.

Hal: I know, and that's enough!

Hal: It's the chief. Has that arrest warrant been issued yet? Good. You alert all units, and you have everybody standing by. I want this kid brought in. I want Aaron Snyder in jail where he cannot move!

John: He should be back within -- within an hour, you know?

Barbara: With or without his shackles, John?

John: I'll get the results of the tests and be back as soon as I can.

[Phone rings]

Hal: Munson.

Jack: It's Jack. I just talked to Lucy. I think she knows where Aaron is, but I couldn't get it out of her.

Hal: Don't worry about it, Jack. I'm gonna handle things from here on out.

Jack: How come?

Hal: Because when my son wakes up, I want him to know that I'm the person that nailed the guy that did this to him.

Jack: Forgive me for saying so, Hal, but --

Hal: Don't try to talk me out of it, Jack. I'm doing this my way.

Jack: I need you to tell me where Aaron is.

Lucy: Even if I knew, I wouldn't tell you.

Jack: That was Lieutenant Munson on the phone. He's decided to handle this himself. The arrest warrant came through. They're looking for Aaron now. Lucy, if you let me get there first, I can guarantee you that he won't get hurt.

Lucy: He's at the Old Mill. He didn't want Lily and the kids to see him get arrested.

Jack: You did the right thing.

Lucy: Wait, wait, I'm coming with you.

Craig: No, no, no, you're not.

Lucy: Yes, I have to be with him now. I have to see if he's all right!

Craig: No.

Rosanna: Jack, do give us a call once the arrest is made, won't you?

Jack: I'll do my best.

Rosanna: Thank you.

Lucy: No, stop!

Craig: No, no, you can see him after they pick him up.

Lucy: No, I have to be with him right now.

Craig: I am not allowing you to leave this suite.

Lucy: Don't ever tell me you love me again, because I won't believe you. Not after this!

[Phone rings]

Holden: Hello?

Aaron: Holden, it'sAaron.

Holden: Where are you?

Aaron: I'm at the Old Mill.

Holden: The Police were here looking for you.

They came by the house,they stopped by mom's place.

Aaron: I'm sorry. I didn't want to get you involved in this.

Holden: Well, if you're in trouble, I want to help you out.

Tell me what happened.

Aaron: Lieutenant Munson thinks I started that fire. He's got something back in the lab report. I don't know what it could be.

Holden: Well, I know that you're innocent. All this is gonna get straightened out.

Aaron: Holden, I had this friend back in Seattle, and his brother spent three years in jail for something he didn't do. I mean, that could be me. I'm halfway there.

Holden: Just stay where you are. I'm on my way to pick you up.

Aaron: Did Lily and the kids see the cops come looking for me?

Holden: Yes.

Aaron: What did Luke say?

Holden: He said that there was no way that his big brother would do anything like that. And we all feel the same way, Aaron. I know that you didn't start that fire.

Aaron: Thanks.

Holden: Just stay put. I'll be there in a few minutes.

Katie: Henry, the first rule of our agency is that we don't get involved with our families. If you can't abide by that, then we're gonna have to toss you back to Lucinda.

Henry: She is not family, she's a girlfriend. And from what I understand about Craig, she'll be a stranger by next week.

Katie: Be that as it may, that's the deal. Take it or leave it.

Henry: All right, all right. Okay, all right. There's plenty of other rich people in the world, your brother can't know all of them.

Katie: Good.

Simon: Good.

Katie: I'm glad we understand each other.

Henry: Good. There's one thing you gotta do for me.

Simon: No, no -- Henry, come on. Cut us a -- no.

Henry: Yes. Just sign off on this.

Simon: What is it?

Henry: Sign off on my name for the company, please?

Simon: No -- no way.

Katie: "Early bird surveillance," it is.

Henry: Thank you. And the logo?

Simon: The logo? You've got the name, the logo? The little bird with the --

Henry: Yes.

Simon: Fine, whatever. Done.

Henry: Good. You think I can get any of these people to kick in for all the drinks I bought?

Simon: Somehow, I think shots aren't refundable, Henry.

Henry: Hey, can the company --

Simon: No.

Henry: Company can't reimburse --

Simon: Zero chance.

Henry: All right. I'll just go return that silk underwear.

Katie: Oh, my God.

Simon: Oh, he's gonna kill me.

Katie: All right, you didn't believe his little story about the --

Simon: About the stock?

Katie: About the stocks and Rosanna? Okay.

Simon: Not for a second.

Katie: Me, either. C'mon.

Simon: Oh, where are we going? Can't we just go home?

Katie: We're going to warn my brother that his girlfriend may be scheming against him.

Jessica: That's great. That is great. Thank you, Ben.

Ben: Hey, you can relax.

Jessica: What makes you think I'm not relaxed?

Ben: What makes -- see this hand?

Jessica: Oh, no. Well, I guess I don't do very well with surprises.

Isaac: Told you.

Bonnie: Hey, never mind. Anyway, mom, this is your present.

Jessica: Oh, my goodness.

Bonnie: Oh, help me, Ben.

Ben: I've got it.

Jessica: Oh, my goodness.

Bonnie: C'mon, open it -- open it.

Jessica: It's huge. A hammock?

Bonnie: Yes.

Jessica: Oh, my gosh. I've always wanted one of these. Thank you. Thank you so much. This was -- this is all so beautiful. Thank you.

Bonnie: Well, you deserve it, mom. You deserve to be honored.

Jessica: Well, I don't know if I agree with you about that, but you really have outdone yourselves. But now, I really need to make a phone call.

Ben: Wait, no, no, no. Hold on. We're not finished with you yet.

Jessica: Ben, this is important. I really need to do this.

Bonnie: Well, it will wait. Just like everything else. To the woman who has shown me strength and courage in this most confusing world.

Isaac: If it wasn't for the woman we're celebrating tonight, I would've lost my business.

Bonnie: You mean our business. Right, darling?

Isaac: Yes, sweetie. Of course I mean our business. And I wouldn't have this lovely woman, as well. Jessica, you've meant so much to me.

Ben: I don't have a toast. I just want to say thank you for being a part of my life and allowing me to call you my lady.

Bonnie: Oh!

Jessica: Just stop! Okay, just stop. I can't listen to this anymore.

Jessica: I'm sorry. I didn't mean that. Could you just excuse me for one second?

Bonnie: Mom, wait a minute. Hey, what just happened here?

Jessica: Nothing, sweetheart. It's just -- you know, the election, and you and Paul -- everything has just caught up with me, I guess.

Ben: Would it be easier on you if everybody left?

Jessica: Yes, yes, yes, it would, if you don't mind. And just promise me that tomorrow, you'll come back, and we'll break in that new ice cream machine.

Isaac: Okay, it's a deal.

Jessica: Okay.

Bonnie: Are you sure?

Jessica: Yeah.

Bonnie: I don't like leaving you like this.

Jessica: No, sweetie. I'm just -- I'm just tired, and I'll probably be asleep 15 minutes after you leave. So, you have your keys, right?

Bonnie: Yeah. Yes, I will see you first thing in the morning.

Jessica: Great. Great, see you in the morning.

Bonnie: Bye.

Isaac: See you later. Remember to be late to work tomorrow. They can't fire you.

Jessica: That's very good. That's very funny.

Bonnie: Good night.

Jessica: Ben, thank you. Thank you for coming.

Ben: Here, come here. Come here. I think I have just the cure for somebody who has been under as much stress as you have these last few days.

Jessica: That sounds great, but could it wait till tomorrow?

Ben: No, no -- come on now. Close your eyes.

Jessica: Ben --

Ben: Do it. Very good.Okay, now. Sit back.

Jessica: What are you doing?

Ben: I am gonna start with your feet, and I am gonna give you the slowest, longest, best massage that you have ever had.

John: Will's scan looks the same as the last one, which, at this point, is good news.

Barbara: Does he still need those restraints, John?

John: It's safer.

Barbara: I want to go in and see him.

John: When you're finished, I'd like to do an x-ray of your neck.

Barbara: I'm fine.

John: Humor me.

Barbara: Okay. I'd feel better if you came with me.

Susan: Alison? What are you doing here?

Alison: Have you seen Hal? I need to talk to him.

Susan: I saw him leaving a few minutes ago. What's going on?

Alison: You mean, what have I done next?

Susan: I didn't say that. Don't start with me.

Alison: How's Will?

Susan: I haven't heard the latest. His door is closed. I'm sure they could be working on him.

Alison: Well, I'd better go before I get in somebody else's way.

Susan: Alison? There's something I'd like to say to you first.

Alison: Can't you just leave me an e-mail or something?

Susan: No, I can't. I need to say this to your beautiful face. I want to apologize for being so negative about you working here at the hospital. If that's what you want to do, I'll support you all the way.

Alison: Thanks.

Susan: I have already followed up with the woman you spoke to. I told her she'd be lucky to have you working here.

Alison: What's the catch?

Susan: There isn't any catch. Your uniform is in my locker. You can start anytime.

Craig: Well, it looks like the law will now take care of Aaron Snyder, which means I don't have to. I can get back on Lucy's good side. Heck, I'll even drive her to the jailhouse to watch him get booked. My daughter will come back to me. Our relationship will be restored, and Aaron Snyder will be nothing but a bad memory.

Rosanna: Pour me one of those, won't you?

Craig: Mm-hmm.

Katie: Knock-knock.

Craig: Hey, Katie. Simon, Katie, good as new.

Katie: Oh, well, not quite, but I'm getting there. Hey, listen. You must have lost directions to the cottage, 'cause I would have liked to see you while I was recuperating.

Craig: I kept up, but you know me. One thing leads to another.

Simon: Yeah, and then you found something better to do.

Craig: All right, let me introduce you to Rosanna Cabot. My sister Katie, her husband, Simon.

Rosanna: Oh, hello. How lovely to meet you. I've heard so much about you.

Katie: You, too. Quite recently, actually.

Rosanna: Really? From whom?

Katie: Henry Coleman. He claims you paid him a lot of money to do a little errand.

Jack: Aaron, I'm not gonna hurt you.

Aaron: Are you gonna arrest me?

Jack: I'm asking you to turn yourself in. Come to the station with me now. I'll do my best to make this easy.

Aaron: If I turn myself in, people are gonna think I'm guilty.

Jack: Lieutenant Munson, he's got half the Police Force looking for you, man. They'll find you here. They'll think you're making a stand. They'll assume you're armed.

Aaron: Armed? I've never carried a gun in my life.

Jack: Yeah, they don't know that! That's not a chance you should be taking!

Aaron: I didn't set that fire, Jack.

Jack: I believe you.

Holden: Jack, this is all wrong. Aaron is a hero. He should be treated like one. Are you all right?

Aaron: Better.

Jack: This isn't a question about whether Aaron is guilty or innocent. All I want to do is get him into custody before something goes wrong.

Holden: So how do we handle it?

Jack: Like I told Aaron, he turns himself in. Look, we all go together. Three Snyder boys, walking into the station house. It's our best move, Holden. It's the best way to ensure that he doesn't get hurt.

Holden: I agree, Jack. So what do you say, Aaron?

Ben: This isn't working, is it?

Jessica: No, I'm sorry.

Ben: What, you want to go upstairs, where you can lie down, stretch out?

Jessica: You know, I'm just really exhausted, and I think I just need to just -- go to sleep.

Ben: All right. Come on, you know, let me come tuck you in.

[Doorbell rings] who could that be?

Jessica: You know, I'll get it, and I'll get rid of them.

Ben: No, no, no -- it's probably Isaac, forgot his wallet or something.

Jessica: No, Ben, please. Really, I can take care of this.

Ben: Look, it's late. If it's not Bonnie and Isaac, there's no telling who it could be, okay?

[Doorbell rings] I'm coming!

John: Are you all right? Can I get you a glass of water or something?

Barbara: I'm fine, I'm fine. Is this gonna take long, John?

John: One set of x-rays, just to be safe.

Barbara: Okay.

Alison: You wanna hear something funny? I'm gonna be working at the hospital now, which is pretty cool, 'cause that way I can check up on you all the time. Is that more comfortable? I hope so. Anyway, I don't think you're gonna be in here for very long. You should be getting better any day now. But if there's anything I can do to help, it's worth a try.

Craig: You gave money to Henry Coleman? Why not just throw it off the back of a train?

Rosanna: It's a long story, my darling. One I'd rather not go into right now.

Katie: Oh, then I'll do it for you. Rosanna hired Henry as a private investigator. We asked him what he was doing for her, and he wouldn't tell us.

Rosanna: And why is this any business of yours?

Katie: Whatever Henry did for you obviously concerns my brother.

Craig: Rosanna, care to differ?

Rosanna: Well, like I told you earlier, Henry came looking for a job. Well, I asked him to do me a little favor. He did it. I paid him.

Katie: So, it didn't concern anyone in my family?

Rosanna: No.

Katie: And you weren't checking up on Craig?

Rosanna: No. She's very protective, isn't she?

Craig: Yes, you didn't know pit bulls came in blonde. Thank you for looking out for my interests.

Katie: Well, someone has to do it.

Craig: And there's someone, actually, in the other room who could use your help. She's in there crying her eyes out over --

Katie: Oh, no -- Aaron?

Craig: Yeah.

Katie: We should go talk to her.

Simon: Fine.

Craig: Thank you.

Simon: It was nice to meet you.

Rosanna: Lovely.

Simon: Yeah.

Craig: I'm flattered.

Rosanna: By what?

Craig: That you would go to such lengths to assure that I was honoring the Carly clause. I take it Henry gave you a positive report.

Rosanna: His findings were extremely positive. Yes. If you want a little more of that, I'll be in my room -- if you want me.

Craig: I do.

Rosanna: Keep it safe.

[Rosanna laughing]

Katie: Lucy's not in her room -- and she's not in our old room, either.

Craig: Oh, she ran away to be with Aaron! Call me if anything happens.

Katie: Oh, wait -- we should go with him, maybe.

Simon: No, no, no -- no, Katie, we are going home. Please, now.

Katie: But Lucy could be in trouble.

Simon: No, it's none of our business. Honey, let's just go home, please.

Katie: Can we just stay here for a little while? Let's just wait until Craig calls. I just wanna make sure. He seemed really upset. Please?

Simon: Fine, yeah, that's cool. If that's what you wanna do. I just want to spend some time together.

Katie: So we'll do it here.

Holden: Jack's got the right idea. Let's not drag this thing out any longer.

Aaron: Okay.

Holden: Jack's got the right idea. Let's not drag this thing out any longer.

Aaron: Okay. I'll do it.

Jack: Good decision. Wait by the car. I gotta work out a few details out with your dad.

Holden: Aaron? You're doing the right thing. I'm proud of you.

Lucy: Aaron?

Aaron: Lucy.

Lucy: Are you all right?

Aaron: Oh, I'm fine. You shouldn't be here. I told you not to --

Lucy: I know, I know. But I thought it'd be easier if I was with you.

Aaron: You were right.

Cop #5: Police! Don't move! Aaron Snyder?

Aaron: Yeah.

Cop #5: I have a warrant for your arrest.

Lucy: You can't arrest him. He didn't do anything wrong!

Cop #6: Please step away from the prisoner.

Lucy: The prisoner? No, never!

Cop #6: I'll ask again, then I'll remove you by force.

Lucy: Go ahead. Try!

Aaron: Hey, leave her alone!

Hal: I got you now, punk. About time you started paying for what you did.

Lucy: Aaron!

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