ATWT Transcript Tuesday 6/17/03


As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 6/17/03

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Katie: Mike?

Mike: Hey. It's freezing. I thought I'd get some wood for the fire just in case Sage gets cold.

Katie: What time is it?

Mike: I don't know. Sun just came up. It's like 5:00 or 6:00.

Katie: So you've been up since what?

Mike: I couldn't sleep last night. I kept thinking about my daughter. I can't tell you how much this is gonna change my life.

Jack: Oh! I'll never get used to how cold it gets here in June.

Carly: And I will never get used to these eyelashes.

Jack: She's gonna be a heartbreaker like her mommy.

[Sage cooing]

Carly: Where are you going?

Jack: Oh, to get a fire started. You know? I gotta take care of my girls. When do you think you'll be ready to leave?

Carly: I don't know. Why?

Jack: I'm selfish. I want to get you home where we don't have a porch and all kinds of people on it.

Mike: You're awake. I thought I'd get a fire started. It's cold outside.

Susan: Yeah, I thought I smelled coffee.

Alison: Rick made it before he left. He said to tell you he had early rounds.

Susan: He makes the best coffee. What are you doing?

Alison: Trying not to look like the kind of girl who attracts serial killers. So what do you think?

Susan: Britney before her close up.

Alison: Good. Good.

Susan: Not good. You can't go to work that way. You're gonna scare the patients.

Alison: Mom, I need to look different, okay?

Susan: For Gordo?

Alison: For Chris.

Susan: Honey, I know how much you like Chris. And I know he's not exactly reciprocating. But --

Alison: Oh, no, Mom, you're wrong. He is reciprocating -- big time. He kissed me last night twice. And he was really into it.

[Phone rings]

Shelly: Hello? Hello?

[Shelly sighs]

Chris: It's your first day. You're allowed to lose a phone call.

Shelly: At least I didn't lose three patients and a nurse.

Chris: Excuse me? Look, I wouldn't go around spreading that rumor if I were you.

[Phone rings]

Shelly: Oakdale Memorial. May I help you? Is Dr. Daniels working this shift?

Chris: I'll take it. This is Dr. Chris Hughes. How may I help you?

Woman: I'm calling from San Francisco Mercy Hospital with the information Dr. Daniels requested on Eric Decker.

Gordo: You think I killed those patients?

Bob: No, I don't.

Gordo: Then why take me off rounds? Why take away all my patients?

Bob: I'm doing it to protect you and to protect this hospital. God forbid another patient dies. I don't want anyone to be able to point their finger at you. [Knock on door] yes, come in.

Rick: Bob, do you have a moment?

Bob: Yes, of course. Doctor, I'll see you in class.

Rick: Did you get my message?

Gordo: Yeah. Thanks.

Rick: Do you want to have lunch?

Gordo: You're asking me to have lunch with you?

Rick: Yeah, I thought we'd take a table in the cafeteria. I'll even let you put sugar in my coffee.

[Gordo chuckles]

Gordo: Yeah, okay. Thanks.

Bob: That was a very nice gesture. He's understandably shook up.

Rick: It's not a problem, Bob.

Bob: Well, what can I do for you?

Rick: It's what I can do for you. It's my letter of resignation.

Dusty: Whoever killed Spangler is gonna be gunning for his crew -- McCann and Stanley, especially McCann. If we lose McCann, we're definitely not gonna find Lily and Rose.

Margo: Well, I got a dragnet set up with the state police.

Dusty: It's been ten hours. Unless you throw a roadblock on every artery in the city, you're not gonna find them. I'm the only chance you got.

Margo: Yeah, Dusty. The only problem we have -- you're not a cop. Oh, you're not trustworthy. And you're a suspect.

Dusty: Whoever stabbed Spangler was on and off that roof while your guys still had their guns in their holsters. You know that?

Margo: I know that. Last I checked, you were there, too.

Dusty: Hey, I'm entitled to a phone call. I'd like to make a phone call now.

Molly: If we keep up this schedule, we're gonna have to start meeting at 2:00 in the morning, you know?

Kim: You're right about that. Oh, my golly, there's Barbara. [Cell phone rings] I want to run and say hello to her.

Molly: Go ahead. This is probably my contact at the station. I told him to call me if anything surfaced with Lily and Rose.

Kim: Okay. Let me know what he says.

Molly: Shanks?

Dusty: Molly, it's me. Don't hang up. I'm only allowed one phone call. So, please, you with me?

Molly: So they finally arrested you?

Dusty: I was set up.

Molly: Of course you were.

Dusty: Listen, Spangler's dead. He got knifed in the back. The cops think I did it.

Molly: Did you?

Dusty: Molly, Lily and Rose are still missing. And they're in great danger. We've gotta find McCann before whoever killed Spangler kills him, too.

Molly: We?

Dusty: Come on. I'm not asking you to do it for me. Just do it for Lily and Rose, all right? I'd appreciate it if you'd come down to the station.

Molly: To bail you out? Not a chance.

Dusty: Come on, Molly. Just do it, would you?

Molly: Lose my number, Dusty.

Dusty: Molly? I got disconnected.

Cop: Sorry, pal. One call means one call.

Carly: Thanks for thinking of us, Mike. It is chilly in here.

Jack: Yeah. I can take it from here.

Mike: Okay. How's my favorite girls?

Carly: I feel like I was run over by a cement truck. But Sage here couldn't be happier or hungrier.

Mike: It's a lot of work getting born.

Jack: You know, this wood's too green to catch.

Mike: Just use the kindling.

Jack: It'll smoke. I'll go cut some dry wood.

Mike: Any suggestions? Because I can't seem to win here no matter what.

Hal: Donovan give it up?

Margo: No. He's not gonna either. But he's involved with this. I just don't know to what extent.

Hal: Do you think he was set up?

Margo: I don't know. Maybe. Look, I know you're up to your eyeballs at the hospital. But if you've got ten minutes, do you think you could talk to Barbara?

Hal: You think Barbara ordered Rose's kidnapping?

Kim: Barbara, I'm glad to see you getting out.

Barbara: Well, I could stay home and nurse my grief, but what good would that do? Paul would still be dead.

Kim: Any news about Rose and Lily?

Molly: The man that was holding them hostage was murdered at the drop site.

Kim: Oh, my God.

Barbara: Lily's not home yet? I mean, I know that Dusty pulled Rose into his problems.

Molly: Yeah, and whose fault is that?

Barbara: I just assumed everything was all right when I hadn't heard anything.

Molly: Well, no, Barbara, it's not all right. Rose and Lily are still missing.

Barbara: Poor Lily. She would be home with her children if it weren't for that woman coming to town.

Kim: Oh, Barbara, for heaven sakes, you don't mean that.

Barbara: I most certainly do. Now, you can blame me for putting Dusty in Rose's path, but I think we've all learned by now that a Rose is a Rose is a Rose is a Rose.

Molly: Unbelievable. Thank you. Thank you. You know what? You just helped make up my mind. Thank you very much.

Barbara: About what?

Molly: I have to do something first. And I'll see you at the station later. Okay?

Kim: All right. I want to hear what's going on.

Molly: Absolutely.

Barbara: That woman is so rude.

Kim: Barbara --

Barbara: How can you work with her, Kim?

Kim: Whatever happened to "let bygones be bygones." Have you forgotten so soon how kind and thoughtful of you Rose was when you found out that Paul was dead?

Barbara: My son is gone because of that woman. Rose D'Angelo is getting exactly what she deserves.

Susan: Chris Hughes kissed you twice?

Alison: Well, four times, actually. Twice last night. Why, you think I'm too disgusting for any guy to bother?

Susan: No, no. I was just wondering if kissing was all you did.

Alison: You know something, Mom? You have sex on the brain.

Susan: I have sex on the brain? The last time I walked in this room, Dr. Gordon was trying to corner you. Now it's Chris.

Alison: Chris did not corner me, Mom. I wanted to kiss him. And, no, we did not have sex.

Susan: Hey, hey, hey, hey. Enough with the lipstick. You already have every young doctor in Oakdale smitten.

Alison: I want him to take me seriously, Mom. Even Rick said that I should try to act more grown up.

Susan: Yeah, but I'm sure he wasn't advocating -- fire engine red lipstick?

Alison: Okay, fine.

Susan: Whoo.

Alison: I want to be more grown up. So how do I do it?

Chris: Dr. Daniels called asking for information on Dr. Decker?

Woman: And asked me to call before I faxed it, given the confidential nature of the request.

Chris: Of course. Go ahead and send it. I'll pick it up and give it to him myself.

Woman: Have him call me if he has any questions.

Shelly: So what happened? A family emergency?

Chris: Where's the fax machine?

Shelly: Next to the nurses' lounge.

Bob: You want to resign?

Rick: I want to make things easier for you.

Bob: Easier by making me short-handed. Doctor, you're treating me. The last thing I want is for you to resign. No, I will not accept this.

Rick: Well, it's nice to know that someone still has confidence in me.

Bob: What are you talking about?

Rick: Bob, you told me yourself. Walker Daniels considers me a suspect. That's a rather unnerving bit of information, wouldn't you say?

Bob: Rick, I don't have to remind you that four patients have died in this hospital. The police are involved. As chief of staff, I have to cooperate with the investigation. Now, I came to you ignoring Dr. Daniels' recommendation and told you that he considered you a suspect.

Rick: Am I still a suspect, Bob?

Bob: You said it yourself. The timing rules you out. You came to Memorial after Crumly died. You couldn't have been involved.

Rick: Bob, you know that and I know that. And Dr. Daniels seems to think that I'm in the clear, but I still get this feeling that he has his doubts about me.

Bob: Daniels is dealing with raw data. Now, he hasn't come to any conclusions about you, and he won't because you're innocent.

Rick: Yeah. Bob, you don't know what your support means. I just wish that Daniels and the police would listen to you.

Bob: Well, I can't tell the police what to do.

Rick: No, and I'm not going to pressure you. The Ticlopamine you're taking does a lot to minimize the stress, but it doesn't eliminate it all completely.

Bob: Not to worry. There's been no sign at all of any more microstrokes.

Rick: Well, good. I promise not to trouble you again.

Bob: Listen, Rick -- this -- this is a very difficult time right now. But the police and Dr. Daniels know that you're my personal physician. And I trust you with my life. Just give it some time. It'll sort itself out.

Rick: I know you're right, Bob. Thanks.

Chris: Dr. Daniels? These came in for you from San Francisco Mercy.

Walker: Why wasn't I called?

Chris: The nurse at the desk is brand-new. I was just helping out, so I ended up taking the message.

Walker: Thank you.

Chris: Dr. Daniels? Do you really think that Dr. Decker is capable of murder? Isn't Dr. Gordon the more likely suspect?

Alison: How do I have to look for Chris to like me?

Susan: Just the way you are, which is lovely. What guy wouldn't like you? Why wouldn't Chris like you? You're a beautiful girl with a great sense of humor and --

Alison: No, I don't want to be a girl, Mom! Don't you get it? I want to be a woman.

Susan: Alison, what is --

Alison: And you can skip the lecture on the joys of being young. I'm not saying that I want to be old. I just don't want people to think he's baby-sitting when he takes me out. You just don't get it.

Susan: You know what I think? I think that those kisses last night scared you. You know that something's changed, and you don't know what to expect, which is normal -- no matter how old you are.

Alison: So what am I supposed to do next time I see him?

Susan: Smile, and tell him you had a good time. But keep on going. Don't -- don't tell him about those kisses, and don't tell him that you love him.

Alison: I didn't say that I loved him.

Susan: And whatever you do -- don't ask him when you're gonna get together again. Okay?

Alison: So I'm just supposed to pretend like it didn't happen? Mom, that's so lame. Oh, just forget it.

Kim: It's just that -- that kind of talk gets you into a lot of trouble.

Barbara: Everyone knows how I feel about Rose D'Angelo. There is no point in pretending otherwise. Did I kidnap Rose and Lily? No, I did not. But I hate that woman, Kim. She cost me my son.

Kim: All right. You've just got to admit that considering your history --

Barbara: My history?

Kim: Yes.

Barbara: Oh, come on. When have I ever made the same mistake twice? I mean, you yourself said that you knew that I wasn't in my right mind when I let James come back into my life.

Kim: I tell you the truth, sometimes I wonder if you're ever gonna be in your right mind again. Barbara, listen, you were just starting to make some progress with Will. Can't you just kind of let it --

Barbara: I think that maybe you're right. I'm not ready to get out yet. My nerves are a little raw, Kim.

Hal: Good morning, ladies.

Kim: Ah, Hal. Hi. Good to see you, darling. I'll -- I'll talk to you later.

Barbara: So, what brings you here? Do you think that I kidnapped them, too?

Cop #6: You got company.

Dusty: What happened to "lose my number"?

Molly: I'm not here for you. I'm here for Lily and Rose.

Dusty: I had nothing to do with what happened to them. Now, I can save them if you help me out. You remember McCann? Hmm? He knows where they are.

Molly: Did you tell Margo this?

Dusty: No. Well, I mean, she's sending out the brilliant cops instead of me.

Molly: Oh, and this surprises you?

Dusty: These guys are no amateurs, Molly. You know, they've been on the wrong side of the law for a long time. A guy like McCann, if he even smells heat, he's gonna disappear, if he's not gone already.

Molly: What do you need me to do, Dusty?

Dusty: Lure him out of hiding.

Jack: You'll drive halfway across the country when you're not invited and camp out on my porch, where you're not wanted.

Mike: If I was married to Carly, you mean to tell me you wouldn't be there for that little girl?

Chris: Dr. Daniels is looking into all new hires. It doesn't mean that Rick is guilty.

Alison: The guy is sleeping with my mother.

Mike: Jack is never gonna make peace with this. He just wishes I would disappear. But that's not gonna happen, all right? Because that's probably my daughter.

Carly: No, Mike, nobody wants you to disappear.

Mike: I respect his position. I mean, he is your husband. I mean, I've tried to back off, I've tried to give the two of you space. But I'm not going away.

Katie: Mike? Can I get some help with the sleeping bag out here? It's kind of big. And every time I try to fold it, it just swallows me up.

Mike: I'll get it.

Katie: I wanna see her. Oh, she's bigger.

Carly: She's even more beautiful.

Katie: So, the boys are still going at it, huh?

Carly: Yeah. Jack feels crowded, Mike feels left out. And I have no idea how to fix this.

Katie: Well, the first thing we need to do is get rid of the ax.

Carly: Yes. And hide all the forks and the knives. I just have this really bad feeling that it's only going to get worse. If Mike is her father, I don't know how Jack is gonna deal with that.

Katie: So you don't think the results of the paternity test are gonna make any difference here?

Carly: The trouble is, they both want her.

Katie: Well, isn't that a good thing?

Carly: Yes. No, it would be if they could not fight and share her. But they're so competitive. Oh, Sage -- I wanted it to be so special when you met your daddy. It's a sacred thing.

Katie: I know. And it will be. I promise.

Jack: You think you could get the door?

Mike: You think you could give me a break?

Jack: Fine. You wanna build the fire, knock yourself out!

Mike: No, you know what? I would never dream of taking anything away from you, Jack!

Jack: No, but you'll drive halfway across the country when you're not invited and camp out on my porch, where you're not wanted, just to prove a point, which you've already conceded!

Mike: And if the tables were turned, if I was married to Carly, you mean to tell me you wouldn't be there for that little girl? Yeah, you know you would.

Katie: Time out! Or not. Okay, as hot as it is out here, the cabin's not getting any warmer. Mike --

Mike: No, you know what? That is it. I have tried all I am going to try with that guy. If I have to get a court order, I will do it.

Katie: You know you don't want to do that. I think I might have an idea that will help.

Alison: If I pretend like last night didn't happen, it would be like lying. Which is what I thought you didn't want me to do.

Susan: Did I say anything about pretending that last night didn't happen? No. I said that smile, you tell him what a great time you had.

Alison: But that's phony.

Susan: Alison, you said you wanted to be taken seriously. You said you wanted to be treated like a woman. Well, a confident woman, a smart woman, knows how to acknowledge that she had a good time without acting all goony-eyed and jumping up and down and being all nervous.

Alison: But I am nervous.

Susan: So is he.

Alison: He is?

Susan: Oh. Of course, he is. That's why you must remain calm. That gives you both a chance to absorb what happened without putting pressure on anybody to -- to define it or justify it or go further than you feel ready for. Peaks and valleys, sweetheart. Last night was a peak. And today is a valley.

Alison: But what if he thinks I don't like him anymore?

Susan: He already knows you like him. And he obviously likes you.

Alison: Yeah, right.

Susan: Darling, he stuck by you while you were in prison. He got you a job where he works. And he came over here last night and kissed you. And you weren't even wearing fire engine red.

Alison: So -- well, it is a little bright. [Laughter] but it would look really great on you.

Susan: You think?

Alison: Mm-hmm. So, he really, really, really likes me?

Susan: Oh, he really, really, really, really, really likes you.

Walker: Doctor, did you look at these faxes?

Chris: I didn't have to. It's obvious you think Rick Decker's a suspect, and I don't get it. Gordo had the vial.

Walker: You are in no way competent to pass judgment on your colleagues. Nor were you invited to offer an opinion. This is a multiple murder investigation, doctor. And no one, including yourself, is immune from questioning.

Chris: So now I'm a suspect?

Walker: If you were, would you want Dr. Decker looking at your personnel files, speculating on your guilt behind your back?

Chris: No, of course not.

Walker: Good. It happens again, I will go straight to your superiors.

Chris: Dr. Daniels -- Rick Decker is treating my father. If he's a murder suspect, I'm sorry, but I'm concerned.

Walker: I understand your concern, Chris. And if there was a risk, I'd let you know. But, at this point, it's still too early. We're in the fact-finding stages.

Chris: But if anything changes --

Walker: Of course, I'll let you know. In the meantime --

Chris: I won't tell anybody about the fax.

Walker: Thank you, doctor.

Hal: Did you?

Barbara: Kidnap Rose and Lily? No.

Hal: Good.

Barbara: So what do we do now, Hal? Make small talk?

Hal: Barbara, I stopped by to see you because I know how hard you were hit by Paul's death. Now, if you don't want to talk about it, fine, let's talk about the weather.

Barbara: I'm sorry. I -- I just got hit by a truckload of stuff from Kim. I guess -- you know, I guess I really am the -- the suspect here. But, frankly, I don't have the stomach for any of it -- not any of it at all. I just -- I just want to be there for Will and work on my new company by myself. I'm sorry.

Hal: Barbara -- it was a rotten break. Paul was a hell of a guy, and he was a wonderful brother to Will. Now, we all miss him.

Barbara: You know, last night I went to Java underground and I toasted him. He always told me that when I was down, I should just pick myself up, dust myself off. And so that's what I did. I got all dolled up, and -- there I was alone with a bottle of champagne, wishing to God that he was still here. It's just so unfair.

Hal: Yes. Yes, it is.

Barbara: But -- I will get through this. I'm not gonna shut myself off from the world. I will be sketching and reorganizing my company. And I will be there for Will. I'm not gonna let Paul down. I will do whatever it takes, and I won't let him down.

Molly: You wanna use me as bait?

Dusty: No.

Molly: Yes, you want me to lure McCann out of hiding. So, what, he can slit my throat, drag me off to be with Lily and Rose?

Dusty: No. I want you to deliver this note to me. I want you to put that under my door at the Lakeview.

Molly: "Spangler's dead. You're in danger. Get in touch. Dusty." You want me to deliver this to you?

Dusty: As soon as McCann figures out that Spangler's dead, he's gonna come looking for me. He's gonna find the note, and he's gonna get in touch.

Molly: That has got to be the worst plan that I've ever heard. If McCann is still in town, if he finds out Spangler's dead, if he comes by your apartment, and then if he can figure out where the hell you are, if he's willing to --

Dusty: Yes! Unless you've got a better idea, yeah. But you gotta promise me you don't hang around. You put that under the door and you get out of there. I don't need you getting hurt.

Molly: Mm, you're all heart.

Dusty: Thank you.

Molly: Don't. I'm not doing this for you.

Gordo: And she's just sitting up in the bed stone-cold dead.

Chris: If I were you, I wouldn't discuss that case, doctor.

Gordo: Chris is just afraid that he might be next.

Chris: You shouldn't even be here.

Gordo: Why? Am I crowding you?

Chris: No. But you scared Alison half to death last night.

Gordo: I told her that someone planted that vial in my lab coat.

Chris: Yeah. Well, if that were truth, you would've taken it to the police and not tried to ditch it at her house.

Gordo: The police don't have a problem. Neither does your father. So where do you get off, Chris? What, do you think I'm a serial killer? Or do you just hate the fact that I kissed Alison?

Chris: You know what? You stay away from her until this is over.

Gordo: Or what? You're gonna plant something in my shoe, my car, my locker?

Bob: Gentlemen, this is neither the time nor the place.

Gordo: Sorry, Doctor Hughes. It won't happen again.

Chris: Look, I'm sorry, dad. It's just -- he tried to chuck that vial that the police have been looking for. And their response to that is, what? Let him back to work? I mean, he shouldn't even be here.

Bob: He's off rounds until Dr. Daniels finishes the investigation. I assure you, it's for his own protection. I don't believe that he's our guy. Nor does Walker.

Chris: I know. Dr. Daniels is looking into Rick Decker.

Bob: You were saying?

Chris: Nothing. I know Dr. Daniels is looking into all new hires. And it concerns me that Dr. Decker's treating you.

Bob: Well, that should tell you all you need to know.

Chris: Yeah. But, dad, I mean, if it's him, it makes him a psychopath.

Bob: Son -- I appreciate your concern. But stay out of it.

Alison: Chris? Tell me I did not just hear that. Dr. Daniels thinks Rick's a serial killer?

Susan: Home so soon? I thought you had rounds.

Rick: I did. Did you have a good morning?

Susan: Are you all right? Did something happen?

Rick: I offered Bob my resignation.

Susan: What?

Rick: He didn't accept it.

Susan: I should hope not.

Rick: Well, I have Bob's confidence. I just wish I could say the same thing about Walker Daniels. The man has it in for me. I can just feel it.

Mike: The trouble is that Jack's married to her. So no matter how much I want to be my -- a father to my own child, I can't because he has a legal right to get in my way. Unless I try to get full custody. But, come on, that's not gonna happen. You think some judge is gonna award custody of an infant to some guy her mother slept with the night before her wedding? The whole thing's a charade. Come on, do you really think that they're gonna be together in a couple of years from now? No way. They can't even stay together for a weekend without finding some reason to break up. And then what happens to Sage? Of course, by then, she'll be older, and I might be able to get full custody of her.

Katie: You're not actually hoping that Jack and Carly get divorced?

Mike: No.

Katie: Really? 'Cause it sure sounds like it.

Mike: What is all that?

Katie: Oh, Hannah brought it off. It's -- you know, she knew how into all of that -- the Native-American rituals I got. So she gave me this stuff for a new ceremony.

Mike: Well, did she bring a birth certificate? I should've signed something.

Katie: I imagine they're gonna wait for the paternity test. How do you think Jack feels?

Mike: About what?

Katie: About the fact that his wife just gave birth to a baby that might not be his?

Mike: They settled it. They're together.

Katie: How do you think he feels about you?

Mike: I know how he feels about me, all right? He wants me gone.

Katie: Probably because you're a constant reminder of what happened the night before he got married. Hannah thinks that we should do a blessing ceremony for the baby.

Mike: Like a baptism?

Katie: Well, kind of, not exactly. It's a way for you to bless Sage and Jack and Carly and to wish them all well.

Jack: Who's so very, very cute? Where'd Mike and Katie go?

Carly: Well, I think Katie was planning on taking Mike off someplace so we could have a little time alone together.

Jack: God bless Katie.

Carly: Yeah.

Jack: How're you doing?

Carly: Sore. But the heat helps.

Jack: Sorry about the trouble over the wood. If he would just back off a little, you know? We're not going anywhere.

Carly: In my experience, Jack, the more people who love the child, the better.

Hannah: Hey, good work, dad.

Jack: We try.

Hannah: I'll trade you.

Jack: Okeydoke. All right, here.

Hannah: Hello, Sage.

Jack: Yeah, I asked Emma to forward all our mail.

Carly: You can throw the bills in the fire if you want.

Jack: I wish.

[Carly giggles]

Jack: No.

Molly: Dusty --

Dusty: Hang on a second. Hang on. You okay?

Molly: Mission accomplished.

Dusty: Good girl. Let's hope McCann gets in touch.

Cop #6: Sorry, Ms. McKinnon.

Molly: Not a problem. You can bury him for all I care.

Susan: But you weren't even here when those killings started.

Rick: That's what I thought. No such luck. Dr. Daniels is going through my personal file, asking questions. No one's going to trust me.

Susan: Honey, I trust you. Bob obviously trusts you.

Rick: Yeah, but for how long, Susan? If Dr. Daniels keeps this up -- I won't be able to practice, I won't have any patients. I can't go through this again.

Alison: Dr. Daniels thinks Rick's the serial killer?

Chris: No, no, I didn't say that.

Alison: But if you're worried about your dad because Rick's treating him --

Chris: No, no, no, no. It's just, everybody's a little tense at the moment. Gordo's being investigated.

Alison: And Rick?

Chris: Dr. Daniels is looking into all new hires. It doesn't mean that Rick is guilty.

Alison: Chris, will you stop talking to me like some idiot who doesn't know when she's being snowed? The guy's sleeping with my mother.

Katie: Okay. Well, we don't have Carly's feet.

Mike: Carly's feet.

Katie: Yeah, to wash. But it's not important, it'll work anyway. Will you hand me the book? And you're gonna need your bead.

Mike: I really don't know what this is gonna prove.

Katie: It's not gonna prove anything. It's a blessing. You bestow it. It's like a gift.

Mike: If it'll make you happy, fine, all right.

Katie: It's not to make me happy, Mike. It's to make the baby happy. Come on, sit down. You ready? Okay. You're on.

Mike: This is my blessing for you, Sage. I really wish that you're healthy, smart. And that you're happy, you know, and you smile a lot. That you're always surrounded by people who love you and care for you. And that all those people put aside whatever differences they may have because of that love for you. Even if it turns out that I'm not your dad and Jack is.

Katie: See? That wasn't so hard, was it?

Carly: Jack? Is everything okay?

Jack: Yeah.

Hannah: I'll come back tomorrow. I'll bring you some more diapers and a load of groceries.

Carly: Okay.

Hannah: Okay. Take good care of your mama, Sage.

Carly: All right, Hannah. Thank you.

Hannah: Sure. Bye, Jack.

Carly: Jack?

Jack: They okay?

Hannah: Your wife is coming along and Sage is terrific.

Jack: Good. Thanks.

Hannah: See you tomorrow.

Carly: Hey. What is the matter?

Jack: This letter's from the County Clerk's office in Oakdale. We're divorced.

Bob: So Rick Decker is suspect number one.

Walker: He's moved to the top of the class, Bob.

Chris: Alison, you have to stop this right now.

Alison: My mother is sleeping with Ted Bundy.

Susan: What do you mean you can't go through this again?

Rick: Susan, there's something I haven't told you.

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