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As The World Turns Transcript Friday 7/11/03

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Jessica: Hello, my beauty.

Bonnie: Mom, hi. You have no idea how happy I am to see you.

Jessica: Really? No, I don't know.

Bonnie: I want to apologize about what happened earlier today. Fostering Sarah was my idea, and I had absolutely no right to ask you to be a part of it.

Jessica: And I had no right to tell you that I didn't think you could handle it -- wait, actually, I do have that right, 'cause I'm your mom, but I could have said it nicer.

Bonnie: Agreed.

Jessica: So what are you thinking? You still going to go through with this?

Bonnie: I don't know. I haven't really decided. But whatever I decide to do, I think maybe we should talk about it when I'm sure.

Jessica: Okay, that's fine. Actually, there's something else that I need to discuss with you.

Bonnie: Which is?

Jessica: Uh, my marriage to Ben.

Bonnie: You want me to help you plan it? I knew it. I would be honored.

Jessica: Well, actually, I --

Bonnie: Wait, mom. Wait. Can you excuse me for one second? I'm covering for one of the girls on the floor, and I actually have a meeting in a couple of minutes. But we'll talk about it when I get home.

Jessica: Sure.

Bonnie: Okay, okay, okay.

Isaac: Hi.

Jessica: Hi.

Isaac: Didn't mean to eavesdrop, but I heard you talking to Bonnie.

Jessica: About the wedding?

Isaac: Right. And if you're having second thoughts, then you should probably talk to me first.

Rose: You and Molly looked very close. Was she bending your ear about the TV news?

Dusty: No, I was actually bending hers.

Rose: About?

Dusty: About this woman who dumped me who just kind of showed up. And -- I want her so bad. She rocked my world. You wouldn't believe it.

Rose: Sounds like a babe. Anybody I know?

Dusty: Oh, you'd know her if you saw her. She's beautiful.

Rose: Really?

Dusty: She's smart. She's a hustler. She's a knockout in every way. What is it?

Lily: Is that what you told Dusty, that you think Paul appeared out of nowhere to save you from the jaws of death?

Rose: No.

Lily: And what does that tell you?

Rose: I don't know. I don't know what it tells me. I want you to tell me, 'cause you -- you are the expert here.

Lily: I am not an expert.

Rose: Well, you sure sound like one. I mean, first, you tell me that my feelings for Dusty, they're not real. So tell me, why am I seeing Paul?

Lily: Because you're still in love with him, and you're afraid to admit it.

Dusty: Where are you, sweetheart? What's going on?

Rose: I think Lily was right, after all.

Dusty: About what?

Rose: About you and me -- you and I staying away from each other.

Dusty: No, we belong together. And anyone who doesn't see that doesn't know a thing about either one of us.

Barbara: Doesn't she look fabulous? The first time I saw her, she's just more beautiful than ever.

Hal: And that she is. Do you have any idea how long you'll be staying?

Jennifer: Why, you trying to get rid of me?

Hal: Come on, nothing could be further from the truth. But I'm not trying to pin you down. You don't have to answer.

Jennifer: I'm here to stay with my family, dad. Could be a year, could be forever.

Barbara: How does that sound? I have my daughter back, and my wonderful son here, too. And living without Paul is so very hard, but now that we're all together again, I think we can make it through. Isn't that wonderful, Hal?

Susan: I wonder what's taking Alison so long. She must have stopped by to visit somebody on the way.

Emily: Like who?

Susan: Oh, I don't know, a patient, an orderly. You know how she is. Anybody with a little gossip to trade is her new best friend.

Emily: You know what, mom? It's her 18th birthday. Could you please not criticize Alison today?

Susan: That was just an observation, and a lighthearted one at that. Where's your sense of humor? This is supposed to be a party.

Emily: Well, it's not a party until the guest of honor gets here. And are we positive Chris is even coming? How long are we supposed to sit around here while we wait, huh?

Katie: I think Chris is probably just saying good night to his dad.

Susan: That's right. And as soon as he and Alison get here, the only other person we have to wait for is Rick.

Emily: Rick? Do you realize how long it takes to check out of a hospital? We could be waiting here all night. Can't he just catch up with us later when he's finished?

Susan: We are not going anywhere without Rick. He'll be here in a minute. It's no hardship to wait.

Katie: Maybe I should go look for Alison. I could probably speed her along.

Susan: Uh, why don't you do that? Emily is probably hungry. She always gets in a bad mood.

Katie: I'll be right back.

Susan: You knew that Rick was joining us. I don't understand why you're being so difficult.

Emily: Well, you know what? If you haven't figured it out by now, you haven't been paying much attention.

Susan: What are you saying that I don't listen to other people?

[Emily sighs]

Emily: I don't want to fight with you, okay? I'm going to go find Chris. I know how important Rick is to you, but don't expect me and Alison to feel the way you do about him, okay?

[Screeching noises]

Alison: Katie? That's very funny, Katie --

[Alison screams] oh, my God, he's trying to come in. Chris! It's Alison in the ICU! Gordo's trying to kill me! Alison: Hello, Chris?! No service? How can you do this to me!

[Pounding] I'm not afraid of you, Gordo! People are going to be looking for me! You better get out of here before -- before somebody finds you in here!

Alison: No, as soon as I -- as soon as I leave this room, he's going to stab me with a needle full of poison. How am I going to get out of here?

[Knock at door]

[Alison screams] Katie?!

Katie: Alison?! What?

Alison: Did you see him?

Katie: Who?

Alison: The -- the guy in the wheelchair, Gordo. I was in here all by myself when I heard that squeak -- you know, the -- the screech-screech, and all the sudden; there he was at the door, trying to come in.

Katie: Wait, are you sure? Are you sure you heard something? I mean, it could have been anyone.

Alison: No, I saw him. He was coming after me, and if I hadn't slammed the door when I did --

[Katie and Alison scream]

Chris: Hey, okay. Birthday girls, let's party.

Hal: Do you have any idea where you'll be staying while you're here?

Barbara: She's going to be living with me. Isn't that great news?

Hal: You sure that's going to work for you, Jen? I mean, you've been living on your own an awful long time now.

Jennifer: Yeah, I know, but I'm ready for a change, you know? And besides, I'm a little short on cash, so mom's letting me stay with her for free.

Hal: Well, you could move in with me and Emily. Same deal.

Barbara: Hal --

Hal: I'm just trying to give her some options, Barbara.

Barbara: Is that it, or are you trying to steal her away from me?

Jennifer: Oh, okay, stop it, okay? I promise to spend as much time with both of you as I can. But, dad, going home seems like going backwards to me. You know, so I think I'll be a lot happier at the Lakeview.

Hal: Fine. I respect your decision, and I will not bring it up again.

Jennifer: I missed you so much, dad. I'm glad to see you haven't changed.

Hal: Oh, wait, wait, wait. I'm a lot meaner than I used to be.


Will: He's not kidding.

Hal: You stay out of this. And can I have a word with you? Nothing important. I'd just like to ask you a couple of questions.

Barbara: Sure, if it doesn't take too long. The kids and I have dinner plans.

Hal: I thought Jennifer was doing very well in Europe . What happened to all her money?

Barbara: I have no idea. I haven't heard the whole story, but she's here for awhile. I'm sure I will.

Hal: Look, Barbara, I know you want what's best for her, but please be careful. If you push too hard, you're going to chase her straight back to Europe .

Barbara: Why do you always assume that I'm going to do the wrong thing?

Hal: I'm sorry. I did not mean to insult you, I really didn't. You know we both want the same thing -- just to make Jennifer feel at home again.

Barbara: Yeah. Yeah, you're right. And I just have to be careful not to fawn over her. And there were a lot times that I felt that she'd never want to speak to me again, so --

Hal: Well, so -- so go easy. Accept the fact that Jennifer knows how much you love her, and if you feel yourself trying to score points with her, just step back, Barbara. Let -- let her take the lead, you know?

Jennifer: Sorry I couldn't be here when you were in trouble, kiddo. Life was kind of crazy. I just couldn't get away.

Will: It's all right. I got your letters, though.

Jennifer: Yeah? Did you like them?

Will: No, not really. They made me kind of sad.

Jennifer: Why?

Will: 'Cause you're spelling really stinks.

[Jennifer laughs]

Jennifer: Oh, be careful, I can still beat you up, you know?

Will: Can not.

Jennifer: Just you wait.

Will: So you're really going to stay?

Barbara: Of course she is. Jennifer's going to be with us for a long, long time -- that is, if she chooses to. Right?

Jennifer: Right.

Barbara: Wonderful. I'm glad we all understand each other. So, you kids ready to go? Hmm?

Jennifer: Oh, yeah, dad -- will you come with us? I'd love to have you for dinner.

Hal: Oh, I can't do it tonight, hon. But tell you what -- I'll call you tomorrow. We'll make some great plans. Welcome -- welcome home.

Jennifer: Thanks, dad.

Hal: Hey, and Will's got a big day at camp tomorrow. Try not to keep him out too late.

Barbara: Promise. Shall we?

Jennifer: Bye.

Hal: Bye. Later.

Cop: Got a message on the surveillance on Dr. Gordon.

Hal: What?

Cop: I don't know what happened, but he's disappeared.

Hal: Call our guys at the hospital. Put them on alert. Could be our killer's going back to work.

Walker : Hi.

Bonnie: Hi. Thanks for coming.

Walker : My pleasure. Although I -- I have a feeling the invitation wasn't strictly social.

Bonnie: It wasn't. I want to hire you to be Sarah's doctor.

Walker : You could hire anybody, Bonnie. Why me?

Bonnie: 'Cause I looked you up on the internet. Not only do you specialize in forensics, but you also specialize in rare diseases.

Walker : Did another doctor give you the impression that's what Sarah has?

Bonnie: She hasn't seen another doctor, but you know that these fevers have been occurring for a long time now, and if it were something routine, she would have already been diagnosed.

Walker : Not necessarily.

Bonnie: But probably, right?

Walker : Bonnie, we've talked about the complications here. Sarah's a ward of the state. I'm not even sure she can have a private physician. I mean, her doctor may have to be part of some special network.

Bonnie: Here's my bottom line, Dr. Daniels. Sarah needs medical attention, and I'm going to help her get it, one way or another.

Walker : Are you prepared to fight the system?

Bonnie: More like willing to work with it. She needs treatment, and I'm willing to do whatever it takes to help her get it. That includes adopting her.

Isaac: Ben means a lot to me, which is why I'm so determined not to see him hurt again.

Jessica: Well, Ben means a lot to me, too, Isaac, and I don't want to see him hurt, either. Isn't it wonderful that we agree on something?

Isaac: Yes, it is which is why I need to ask you -- do you plan on marrying my brother?

Jessica: I'm not discussing that with you.

Isaac: Why not?

Jessica: Because first of all, it's private. And secondly -- secondly, I don't know myself.

Isaac: Are you having second thoughts? Well, then, you've got to tell him for his own good.

Jessica: Isaac, Ben and I are having some problems, okay? They're serious, and we're trying to resolve them.

Isaac: Problems about what? That man would do anything for you.

Jessica: I know that. I know that Ben loves me, and I love him, and I want to express that love to him. But -- for reasons beyond my control right now, I just can't do that.

Isaac: Because you were raped.

Jessica: Yeah.

Isaac: I'm sorry. I know that's got to be rough on both of you.

Jessica: I thought I could get past it, you know, but -- I don't know. You know, I just -- I just don't know.

Isaac: You have come a long way, you know? I mean, you and Ben have been through -- it'd be a shame to give up now.

Jessica: Well, it's not what I want, for Ben or for me.

Isaac: Hey. See this ring? It's a promise, to Ben and to yourself. And it says that no matter what happens, ups, downs, goods, bads, you go through it together. But you've got to fight for it if that's what you want, Jessica.

Dusty: You know what? I could care less about what Lily and Holden think about us being together. There aren't a lot of things in this life that I fight for, and I'm looking at one of them.

Rose: Being with you means I lose Lily and my family. No man is worth losing all of that.

Dusty: They're all going to cool off when they figure out what we mean to each other.

Rose: They don't like you. They think you're poison.

Dusty: Fantastic! Who cares what they think or what they want you to do?! This is your life! You've got to own it! Sorry. Do you want me in your life?

Rose: Yes. God, I do want you. I want you so bad. I don't want to know where I stop and you begin, okay?

Dusty: Don't you see what that is? Not everybody gets close to that. That's a gift. What are you going to do, walk away from it? I don't think so. We've got to hold onto it.

Rose: You're right. I can't let you go.

Dusty: Why don't you come upstairs with me, let me show you how much you mean to me?

Rose: Okay. One condition.

Dusty: What?

Rose: We keep it secret. I want to be with you, Dusty, but nobody can know about it. Okay?

Ben: Anybody told you that you look particularly tasty tonight?

Jessica: Oh, no, you are the first. So how did you know I was here?

Ben: Oh, well, you know, I was just feeling the vibe, you know? And when you're vibing -- of course, it didn't hurt that --

Jessica: Isaac.

Ben: -- Isaac called me.

Jessica: Yeah, yeah. Mm-hmm. What did he tell you?

Ben: Well, he told me that you were sitting here alone, being eyed by a room full of players, and if I wanted to keep you, I'd better get on down here.

Jessica: Are there other men here? I hadn't even noticed.

Walker : I appreciate the fact that you want to get treatment for Sarah, but I have a commitment to the hospital, Bonnie. I can't take on other work.

Bonnie: Well, it's not exactly work. I'd like for you to do it for free.

Walker : Wow. Um, that -- that's quite the incentive. Do I get to work long hours, too?

Bonnie: Well, that depends.

Walker : On what?

Bonnie: On whether or not you're as good as your reputation says you are. She's suffering, Dr. Daniels, and that doesn't sit well with me. I'm sure you feel the same way.

Walker : No doctor likes to see people in pain, especially when they think they can help.

Bonnie: Yes, but you're not your average doctor. No, from what I can see, you are compassionate and courageous, and you understand what's important in life.

Walker : Did you ever sell life insurance, Bonnie?

Bonnie: No.

Walker : Used cars?

Bonnie: No.

Walker : Well, you should think about it. You're a natural.

Bonnie: Does that mean you'll help her?

Walker : It means that I will try.

Bonnie: Good, good. Great, okay. Okay, so let me know everything you need to get the job done.

Walker : Blood work.

Bonnie: Okay.

Walker : Sarah's medical history, as far back as you can.

Bonnie: Okay, consider it done.

[Pager beeps]

Walker : Oh, that's me. I've got to get back to the hospital.

Bonnie: Oh.

Walker : Keep in touch.

Bonnie: Okay.

Walker : Let me know if you get those medical records.

Bonnie: And, Dr. Daniels, you won't regret this.

Walker : I don't regret much. Call me Walker.

Bonnie: Mom?

Jessica: Yeah?

Bonnie: I need to hire you -- pro bono, of course.

Bonnie: Of course.

Isaac: Are you in some kind of trouble?

Bonnie: No.

Isaac: Then why would you need a lawyer?

Dusty: You want us to sneak around? No, I'm sorry. That's not going to do it for me.

Rose: Not sneaking around. Just something we keep between us, that's all.

Dusty: For how long?

Rose: Until I can convince Lily that she's wrong about us.

Dusty: So what, are we going to be hiding, worrying about people seeing us, what they may be thinking? I'm not doing this, not now. What, are you kidding me?

Rose: You don't understand. People out there, they'll think we're being callous about Paul's death.

Dusty: Since when do you care what people think? You know what? It's not this town. It's not Lily. It's you. You're ashamed of how you feel about me.

Rose: No! No, you're wrong. I'm ashamed of what happened with Paul, what we did.

Dusty: We're in this together. Don't you understand? Rose, if I could bring back Paul, I would. But that's not going to happen.

Rose: Maybe you don't have to try to bring him back. Maybe he's already here.

Dusty: What are you talking about?

Rose: Lily thinks I'm out of my mind. Maybe she's right. That's why I never told you this.

Dusty: Told me what?

Rose: I saw him. I saw Paul. I saw him.

Dusty: You saw him in a dream.

Rose: No, no -- live. I don't know. Maybe it's my way of holding onto him, but it seemed real. The way you're looking at me right now, it's the same thing. I can't get his picture out of my head.

Dusty: It's okay. It's all right. Slow down, slow down, slow down, slow down. Maybe you did -- see someone. Maybe you did. But it wasn't Paul.

Rose: I did. When he saved my life.

Susan: It's okay now, baby. Nobody's going to hurt you.

Alison: That's what Nurse Krebs probably thought, too, before she wound up dead.

Hal: How long ago did this happen?

Alison: Um, 20 minutes? I don't -- I don't know. Maybe more.

Hal: Did you see the man's face, Alison?

Alison: I was too scared to look, but I know he was coming after me. I -- I shut the door, and then I put a cart against, and I put all my weight against it, but he kept trying to get in, and I tried to call for help, but my -- my phone wouldn't work.

Susan: Hal, can we do this another time? She's very upset. I'd like to take her home.

Hal: I'm sorry. I can't let you do that, Susan. For the time being, nobody either enters or leaves this hospital.

Alison: Hal, but it's my birthday.

Susan: We were going to give her a party.

Alison: You were?

Susan: Oh.

Emily: Well, it was supposed to be a surprise.

Hal: And I don't want to get in the way of that, but right now, this is the best chance we have of finding whoever it was you saw.

Susan: Well, my patients are going to get frantic if they see the police traipsing up and down the halls. Could -- could you keep an eye on her? I need to drop in and take a look at some patients.

Alison: I'll be fine, mom.

Susan: Don't leave her alone.

Chris: I gotta go check on my dad again.

Hal: Chris, there was a guard outside Bob's room. I'm sure he's fine.

Chris: Well, me, too. I just want to see for myself. It's all over now, okay? There's no need to be afraid.

Alison: I'll try to remember that.

Chris: I'll catch up with you later.

Hal: I heard your attacker was Dr. Gordon.

Alison: Well, I think it was. He had his sweatshirt pulled up, so I couldn't really see his face, but who else could it be? Gordo already proved how angry he was the other day when he grabbed me and accused me of trying to ruin his life.

Emily: Can -- can we talk about this someplace else? Maybe we can go to the waiting room or something, okay?

Hal: Sure. I don't see why not. Come on, Alison. I'll buy you a drink.

Alison: I am 18.

Emily: Uh -- soda.

Hal: Buy you a soda.

Emily: Yeah.

Katie: Hey, guys, sorry it took me so -- where is everybody?

[Screeching noises]

[Katie screams]

Dusty: You've got to forgive yourself.

Rose: But in the meantime, jumping into bed with you is not going to solve anything.

[Katie screams]

Susan: Oh, finally. Honey, how are you? Are you feeling calmer?

Alison: Not really. Are those for me?

Susan: Happy birthday.

Alison: I guess it could've been. So what's up with the lights?

Susan: Uh, it's happened before. I don't think it has anything to do with the man in the wheelchair.

Hal: Hey, everyone okay?

Susan: We're fine, Hal.

Alison: Has anyone seen Katie?

Susan: Uh, well, don't worry about it. It's been a weird night. She's probably in the nurses' lounge, getting herself together.

Alison: Well, we shouldn't have left her alone. What if the guy in the wheelchair goes after Katie next?

Hal: I've got people on every floor. I'll make sure they keep an eye out for Katie.

Emily: You'll let us know as soon as they find her?

Hal: Will do.

Emily: Okay.

Susan: And -- and would you let us know if anybody's seen Rick? He went downstairs to get discharged, and I haven't seen him since.

Hal: Well, he's probably with one of my guys. When the lights went out, I had everybody stay where they were so we could check IDs.

Walker : Hal, I heard you wanted to see me.

Hal: Yeah. Over here. Alison saw the guy in the wheelchair in Rick Decker's ICU room. She thinks it was Dr. Gordon.

Walker : Did she get a good look at him?

Hal: No, that would have been too easy.

Walker : Do you think she's right?

Hal: Well, it's possible. I got word a little while ago that he slipped our surveillance.

Walker : How can I help?

Hal: I'm going to check every corner of this place, see if I can find proof that Dr. Gordon was here. Now, I want you with me in case we run into one of his victims.

Walker : Hal, I don't think he'd try it. The risk is too great.

Hal: This guy is just like any other maniac who kills for no reason. He wants to get caught, and I'm here to oblige him. Now, are you ready? Let's go to work.

Jennifer: Oh, gosh, how can you stand to live here, mom?

Barbara: Well, you mean, because I lived here with Craig? Honey, a long time has gone by. I changed everything. I mean, you know, we're different people. We've all changed.

Jennifer: Does Will have the room through there?

Barbara: Uh, as a matter of fact, he does, but, you know, Will only comes to visit me every other weekend and one night during the week. So you take that room, and when he comes, he can sleep on the couch.

Jennifer: Are you sure? You know, I don't want to throw him out.

Barbara: Honey, if this doesn't work for us, we'll just find something else -- you know, something bigger, better, state-of-the-art.

Jennifer: Oh, gosh, overkill. Mom, this is -- this is going to be fine.

Barbara: I just can't believe that you -- you want to live with me. I mean, it's like starting over. It's like giving us a whole chance to rebuild and -- how about I order us something to eat? You hungry?

Jennifer: You know, I'm not. I'm not hungry.

Barbara: Okay.

Jennifer: You know, you seem nervous, mom, like there's something you want to tell me, but you don't think you should.

Barbara: Well, not tell you but maybe show you. But it can wait till tomorrow morning. It's okay.

Jennifer: Why wait? It's not like I'm really busy.

Barbara: Okay, okay.

Barbara: I created something for you -- a new design.

Jennifer: Why?

Barbara: Well, because I thought it would be beautiful on you and perfect for you, and I was getting ready to ship it off to Milan , and all of a sudden, you're home.

Jennifer: Oh, that was -- that was really nice of you, mom.

Barbara: Want to slip it on?

Jennifer: Right now?

Barbara: Well, it's just the two of us in here.

Jennifer: Okay, sure.

Barbara: I've missed you so much.

Jennifer: I missed you, too, mom.

Rose: I was standing on that chair. I hadn't eaten for days. I was weak and -- and then you came in, and you wanted to help me. You did. But Bracket came in and put a gun to your head. I was a wreck. The chair started shaking, and then I was -- and it fell over. And the noose was around my neck, cutting off my air.

Dusty: Okay. That's when you think you saw Paul?

Rose: Yeah. He helped me down. He cut my rope. He helped me down. Look at you. You're giving me that look like Lily gave me, this look of -- like it was some sort of vision. I'm telling you, it was not a dream.

Dusty: I believe you. Maybe you did see someone, but it wasn't Paul.

Rose: I know him. I was engaged to him. I know what he looks like. Please.

Dusty: Paul is dead, and he's not coming back. I think it's a double.

Rose: What?!

Dusty: I think Steinbeck didn't want Brackett to kill us. He wants to torture us for killing his son.

Rose: What? I don't get -- okay, fine, I get that. But why? Why would Paul come back?

Dusty: Paul's not back. Steinbeck wants to give you the impression that he is back, so he hired a look-alike to save you.

Rose: I don't think so.

Dusty: Huh? Do you doubt that he would go through the trouble of something like that?

Rose: No, no.

Dusty: And don't you think he's capable of it, even from jail?

Rose: Absolutely, but what -- what does it accomplish? What is it doing to us? Nothing.

Dusty: Nothing? Look at you. It's keeping you away from me.

Bonnie: Before he can help her, Walker is going to need Sarah's medical history, and they're not going to release that to just anyone.

Jessica: And that's where I come in.

Bonnie: Yeah. I need for you to kind of cut through the red tape and get those records sent to me.

Jessica: Honey, it's not that simple, you know? I mean, there's a lot of forms that have to be filled out. There are records that need to be obtained. I mean, it could take weeks. It could take months.

Bonnie: Well, I told you what I'm willing to do. If the situation becomes a little complicated, I will go to plan "b."

Isaac: Plan "b"?

Bonnie: Sarah needs medical attention, and in order to get that, I'm willing to become her foster mother.

Isaac: You have got to be kidding me.

Bonnie: She's 15, Isaac, and she's very, very sick, and she needs somebody to look after her.

Isaac: She might be sick -- might be sick. But she is a kid with very serious problems, okay? She lies. She cheats. She --

Bonnie: Walker accepted her apology.

Isaac: Walker doesn't know the first thing about dealing with kids like Sarah.

Bonnie: You don't know that. Maybe he's just a little more compassionate than you are.

Isaac: We're not doing this here, but we're not done discussing this. Excuse me.

Bonnie: Ugh! I don't understand why this is such a big problem for him.

Ben: Which part, the part about you becoming Sarah's mother or you throwing Walker Daniels in his face?

Bonnie: I -- did I do that?

Ben: Yeah, I think you did.

Bonnie: Do you think Isaac is jealous of Dr. Daniels?

Jessica: You're going to have to ask Isaac that. But, Bonnie, you did spring a lot on him.

Bonnie: Okay, okay, you're right. I should talk to him in private. But you didn't tell me if you were willing to dig up those records for me.

Jessica: You know, I'm just remembering when you came back here about a year ago and how you could only think about yourself.

Bonnie: And my clothes.

Ben: And your hair.

Bonnie: Hey.

Jessica: But now, you know, I look at you, and here you are, willing to change your life for a girl you barely know. So it doesn't really matter what I think. Of course I'm going to help you.

Bonnie: Thank you. Thank you so much. You always come through for me.

Jessica: Yes, I do.

Bonnie: All right, well, I'm about to go speak to Isaac.

Jessica: Okay.

Bonnie: Any words of advice?

Ben: Yeah. If you bring up Walker Daniels, try not to smile.

Jessica: Just don't bring him up.

Bonnie: Thanks.

Jessica: Yeah.

Bonnie: Excuse me. Bartender? Hey, Isaac, listen. I'm sorry, okay? I'm really sorry. I should have told you what was going on.

Isaac: I get the feeling that I'm the last person to know.

Bonnie: Well, this time you were.

Isaac: Why?

Bonnie: Because I knew you wouldn't like the idea of me fostering Sarah.

Isaac: So you're going to do it, anyway?

Bonnie: I've tried to figure out this every way that I possibly can, okay? And it comes down to this. She needs me, Isaac. I'm all she has. And I'm not ready to walk away from that.

Isaac: Are you telling me that the two of you are a package deal?

Bonnie: Maybe. Do you think you can handle that?

Isaac: Honestly? I don't know.

Rose: You're asking for too much too soon. I'm -- my family is still getting over the kidnapping. I'm still grieving over Paul. I've got to get past all of that before I can move on to something new.

Dusty: You've got to forgive yourself.

Rose: I'll try. In the meantime, jumping into bed with you is not going to solve anything. What was that?

Dusty: I don't know. Maybe that was our last kiss. I want you, and I'm not apologizing to anyone for that. If you and I are going to be together, it's got to be now, and I want the world to know. It's that or nothing.

Katie: Hello?! Is anyone in there?! Hello?! Somebody's chasing me! I think it's the killer! Oh, come on! Can anyone hear me?! Hello?! Come on, I could really use some help right now! Come on. Hello?

[Screeching noises] who's there?

Katie: I just called Detective Munson. He's going to be here any minute. Whoever you are, I suggest you just leave now.

[Katie screams]

Mike: Hey -- it's me, it's me, it's me, it's me.

Katie: He's over there! He's over there! He's in a wheelchair! Mike, what are you doing here?

Mike: I heard you screaming. I wanted to make sure you were okay.

Katie: Thank God you're here. I almost got killed. Maybe the killer looked for him in -- don't move.

Walker : What? What's the matter?

Hal: This door was closed when we left. Police. Hands in the air where I can see them. You're under arrest.

Rose: I can just call and say hello, see how he's doing. Nah. No, he's going to get the wrong idea. Or -- he'll get the right idea. Okay, Dusty Donovan, you win.

Bartender: Rose D'Angelo?

Rose: Yeah, that's me.

Bartender: This was left for you at the bar.

Rose: Oh, really? Any idea who sent it?

Bartender: Sorry, ma'am, I didn't see anyone.

Rose: Oh, that's okay. I think I have an idea. Oh, Dustin Donovan, you are quick.

Rose: "Till death -- love, Paul."

Barbara: I ordered up champagne. I thought that we should celebrate.

[Knock at door]

Jennifer: Mom, I'll be right out.

Barbara: Matter of fact, its here already. Hurry up.

Paul: Hi, mom. Remember me?

Walker : Just -- just relax, Bob, all right? What is it? What are you trying to tell me?

Barbara: Thank God. Paul, you're alive. My son is alive.

Paul: No, you know what? Yes and no. I -- Paul Ryan is alive. But your dearly departed lapdog of a son -- dead as a doornail.

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