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As The World Turns Transcript Wednesday 9/3/03

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Molly: Dusty? You here?

Craig: No, he's not.

Molly: Craig?

Craig: Yeah.

Molly: What are you doing? Okay. I won't disturb you. Just tell me where I can find Dusty.

Craig: Well, is there a problem?

Molly: It'll pass.

Craig: No, come on, tell me. I live for problems.

Molly: Well, I -- um -- I'll tell ya. I wanted to spend some time with Carly, so I called her, and I told her. And she told me she was busy. All right, that I can understand. But then I go to the Lakeview, and I find her all cozied up with your wife.

Craig: Rosanna's with Carly? Cooking up her next move.

Molly: Excuse me?

Craig: She wants to adopt a baby, but my police blotter keeps getting in the way.

Molly: Isn't that old news?

Craig: No, I was arrested again this afternoon. Falsely, again. But the woman from the adoption agency saw me at the police station.

Molly: Well, that's terrible. You guys must be really disappointed.

Craig: Well, she's the one who really wants the baby. And as much as I want to make her happy, an infant is the last thing I need in my life right now.

Jennifer: Hey, I wasn't finished.

Dusty: Yeah, well, I'm not really into taking advantage of people who are drunk, you know?

Jennifer: I am.

Dusty: Well, since you put it that way --

Jennifer: What are you doing?

Dusty: I'm taking advantage of you. Isn't that what you want?

Mitzi: Right this way, gents. We got to keep you under wraps until the auction begins. Okay, now listen, if you get stage fright, just remember, you're doing this for a really good cause.

Walker: Yeah, that's what I keep telling myself.

Mitzi: Would you relax? You're gonna love it. And so are the ladies.

Nancy: I have the most wonderful news. Your father is talking about getting a new set of golf clubs.

Chris: That's incredible. Wait, wait -- he doesn't think he can play already, does he?

Nancy: Oh, no, he's planning for next year.

Mitzi: Hey!

Chris: Yeah?

Mitzi: We're about to start. You know? Gotta hide the merchandise. That's you. Get a move on.

Alison: Where are you going?

Chris: Wherever they tell me.

Mitzi: Come on.

Alison: $487. If this isn't enough to buy back my boyfriend, there's no justice in this world.

Lucinda: All right, everybody, it's that time. Attention. Move, move, move. Mush, men. Take seats. It's time to begin. Welcome.

Lily: Mama.

Lucinda: Welcome to the first annual Roller Palace benefit for the research and treatment of breast cancer.

[Applause] yes -- no, darling, you, you. We're going to have a little fun tonight, and we're going to -- I think we're gonna raise a little bit of money. I just want to know, are you in the mood? Are you ready to compete?

[Cheers and applause] -- your bachelors!

Mitzi: Come on, the auction's about to start.

Rose: Just a minute. I gotta talk to Dusty.

Mitzi: Okay. I don't know if you noticed this -- we got a room full of ladies, okay? They all have hair and nails. Therefore, they're potential customers. But you gotta pay them a little bit of attention.

Rose: Yeah, you're right. Dusty will check in later. Fine.

Lucinda: Shh, our first bachelor is a young man with dashing looks and personality, who's been fascinating all the women of Oakdale for ages. Please, give an enthusiastic welcome to bachelor number one, Mr. Paul Ryan!

[Cheers and applause]

Lucinda: I have a bid for $500 for a night out on the town with Paul Ryan. That's all? Do I hear $600?

Connie: $600.

Emma: $700!

Lucinda: Oh! Well, what about $800? Come on, this man has never been hitched. It would be like roping in a wild stallion.


Woman: I bid $1,000. Prepare yourself, sugar. I'm not gonna let you get away.

Women: Ooh!

Paul: It's nice to be wanted.

Connie: $2,000.

Woman: I'll make it $3,000. I'm gonna make sure I get my money's worth.

Lucinda: Well --

Paul: Now I'm just a little scared.


Lucinda: Such an actor. $3,000, okay. All right, going once -- okay, going twice --

Rose: I know that look. You got something on your mind.

Paul: I was just remembering how happy we were. You want to be happy like
that again, Rose?

Rose: Dusty makes me happy.

Paul: He'll disappoint you.

Rose: He loves me.

Paul: No. Not like I did. I wanted to love you forever.
You could've counted on me. But that's not what you want.
So the offer's off the table, starting now.

Going once - going twice --

Lucinda: Sold! To Mrs. Rosanna Cabot Montgomery, for $5,000.


Molly: Craig, I have a little confession to make. I knew that you and Dusty got arrested. Okay? I work for the news. Somebody called in an anonymous tip about some illegal betting. And I have to tell you, I don't think it's a big mystery who that somebody was.

Craig: Why would I inform on myself?

Molly: So that you could get out of adopting a baby without saying no to your wife.

Craig: Molly, I'm insulted.

Molly: That's your version of insulted? You're gonna have to do better, 'cause it's not very convincing, mister.

Craig: Well, neither is the case you made against me.

Molly: Okay, fine. Let's say I'm wrong, which we both know I'm not. I still think that you should sit down and take the time to listen to me.

Craig: Why?

Molly: Because you have a problem, and I know how to fix it.

Aaron: I'm backstage. Yeah, waiting to be sold to the highest bidder. How's everything going at your place? Is -- is Ned telling you to get off the phone, or is he gonna give you a little break from all that studying?

Lucy: Well, actually, Ned and I are at the Lakeview.

Aaron: The Lakeview?

Lucy: Well, he saw that I was getting tired, and he thought a change of locations would help.

Aaron: Well, that's great. How long do you think you're gonna be there for?

Lucy: A while, I guess. We haven't even ordered yet.

Woman: Come on, baby. Show us some skin!

Lucy: Who was that?

Aaron: I have no idea. Some of the ladies here are slightly out of control. Um, I guess I'll see you tomorrow? Um, good night, Luce.

Lucinda: Now, this bachelor is new in town and a good sport to be doing this with us. So let's make him feel at home.


Bidder #1: $500.

Bidder #2: Make that $600.

Lucinda: Come on. How much?

Bidder #2: $600.

Lucinda: Oh, come on. That's not very welcoming. You can do better than that!

Lily: And here's your receipt. And you better hold onto it, 'cause it is a big tax deduction.

Paul: So is my deed officially transferred?

Lily: Oh, I wouldn't exactly put it that way, but Rosanna has you until midnight.

Rosanna: Mm. Oh, listen, I have a wrap in my car. Would you mind getting it and meeting me out front?

Paul: It would be my pleasure.

Rosanna: Lovely. Thank you.

Paul: You're welcome.

Rosanna: Ooh, I could get used to this.

Lucinda: Going once -- going twice -- Dr. Walker Daniels is sold to Mrs. Nancy Hughes.

[Cheers and applause]

Rosanna: Ah, this is the life for me. Thank you, sir.

Paul: You're very welcome.

[Rosanna laughs]

Rosanna: You know, I only dropped by here at the last minute. I wasn't planning on going out.

Paul: Oh, right. Maybe some other time.

Rosanna: Yes, well, we'll see. Nice to see you.

Paul: Nice to see you, too.

Rosanna: Good night.

Paul: 'Night. You know, we could go get a cup of coffee.

Rosanna: Coffee?

Paul: Come on, how can you say no to that?

Rosanna: Suppose you can't. Thank you.

Jennifer: What's the matter?

Dusty: I told you. I'm not into taking advantage of women who are drunk. Especially women who are pretending to be drunk.

Jennifer: So why did you go along with it?

Dusty: I wanted to see how far you would go.

Jennifer: Well, now you know.

Dusty: Yeah, now I know. Why you playing me, Jennifer?

Jennifer: I thought it would be fun.

Dusty: Yeah? Calling the cops, getting someone arrested -- is that your idea of fun?

Jennifer: I told you I had nothing to do with that.

Dusty: Every word out of your pretty mouth is a lie. And I know who's behind this.

Jennifer: Who?

Dusty: Your brother. And I gotta say, I really underestimated him, you know? I didn't think he had it in him. Pimp out his own sister. Well, if you're trying to tell me that tonight was your idea? You don't have to get so dramatic. Just tell me why.

Jennifer: Simple. I want you.

Lucinda: For those of you who appreciate a young gentleman of class and integrity, the next bachelor's gonna be a serious disappointment.

[Laughter] he's dishonest, and he's lazy. I don't know what he's doing here. But somehow he got invited, and we're stuck with him. So this one -- you do not have to applaud this one. Henry, come on out! Henry!


Henry: Thank you, Ms. Walsh. Your kind words will always have a place in my heart.

Lucinda: I didn't know you had a heart, Henry. All right. The bidding will open for $10,000.

Women: What? Whoa.

Lucinda: $10,000. Oh, $10,000 going once -- $10,000 going twice -- sold -- wasn't I right about him? -- For $10,000.

Henry: Who -- who's -- who's the lucky lady, then?

Lucinda: I am, Henry. This evening, you belong to me.


Henry: No.

Lucinda: Yes.

Henry: No, no, no, no.

Lucinda: Yes.

Henry: No, no!


Nancy: I wanted to take you to dinner, in order to thank you for helping to save my son's life. I was afraid you might not accept, so I wanted to make sure you wouldn't have a choice.

Walker: Well, you underestimate yourself, Mrs. Hughes. Any man would be a fool to turn you down for dinner.

[Lucinda clearing throat]

Lucinda: All right, now, our next bachelor, bachelor number four, has been all over the newspapers lately. And he is a doctor. Oh, mama, he's a doctor.
[Laughter] and he's a hero. And we don't know what he's going to be next. And this one's worth it. He's worth every penny, ladies. Let me introduce Dr. Christopher Hughes!

[Cheers and applause]

Lucinda: All right, darling. Let's start the bidding. We'll just start the bidding at $100.

Woman: $200.

Connie: $300.

Lucinda: Mm-hmm. I have $300. Do I hear $400?

Alison: $400 -- $400!

Connie: $450.

Lucinda: Oh, well, hey, $450. Do I hear --

Alison: $400 and -- 80 -- 80 -- $487 -- and 20 -- 26 cents.

Lucinda: I guess somebody had to break into her piggy bank, didn't she? Darling, can you make it $500? I mean, we gotta have round numbers. We'll be here all night.

Connie: $500.

Lucinda: We have $500, okay. Do I hear $600? We have $600. This is like pulling teeth. How about --

Connie: $700.

Lucinda: $700. This is -- $800. Oh, good. $900, any --

Connie: $900.

Lucinda: $1,000. Phew! All right, I think that's okay, darling. Going -- going once, going twice -- for $1,000, to Mrs. Emily Stewart Munson.

[Applause] would you -- would you like me to have him wrapped, or will you take him as he is?

Emily: Just give me a minute, please.

Lucinda: Okay.


Alison: Why did you bid on Chris?

Emily: I did it for you. It's a present.

Alison: This is unbelievable. This is like the best present I've ever gotten.

Emily: Ah, sweetie, just have fun.


Henry: Alison -- Alison -- get over here. Hey, hi, honey, listen, I'm not gonna be home tonight, okay? I need to find a place where I can lay low, someplace where I won't be easily found.

Alison: You're not gonna bail on your date with Ms. Walsh, are you?

Henry: Listen, Alison, my reputation here is shot already, all right? I've got nothing to lose.

Lucinda: Our next -- our next bachelor -- let's not lose enthusiasm here. Our next bachelor is another gorgeous young man, but intelligent, too. And he has the distinction of being a gifted auto mechanic.

Women: Ooh!

Lucinda: So here we got somebody who's well rounded. I don't even know how -- what to say anymore about such a well-rounded person. But he's a hot guy. He's a hottie! Aaron Snyder, the hottie!

[Cheers and applause]

Lucinda: All right, let's start the bidding.

Connie: $1,000!

Lucinda: $1,000 -- you are a determined young lady. You will not leave this party without your man. $1,000 going once -- $1,000 going twice -- and sold to the young lady over there for $1,000.

[Cheers and applause]

Aaron: What do I do now?

Connie: Connie. Nice to meet you.

Aaron: Hi, Aaron.

Connie: I think I got a bargain.

Aaron: So, you got a place you want to go for dinner?

Connie: I'm new in town, Aaron. How 'bout you pick?

Aaron: Okay. Um -- I think I have the perfect spot.

Alison: Hi.

Chris: Hey, Alison. Look, I'm sorry. I had no idea Emily was gonna bid on me.

Alison: She bought you for me.

Chris: You're kidding. That's great. I mean, are you hungry? Where do you want to go?

Alison: Actually, I did have a place in mind.

Chris: Name it.

Alison: Katie's cottage. Henry won't be there tonight. I thought it could just be the two of us.

Chris: That's perfect. In fact, I can't think of any other place I'd rather be. I second that emotion

Rosanna: A big table's better.

Paul: Yeah.

Rosanna: Yes.

Paul: So, I'm just curious. How come you didn't want to be seen with me at the Lakeview? It's not because of Craig, is it?

Rosanna: I did not want to go to the Lakeview, because the Lakeview is where Craig saw us when you put your arm around me when I was upset because I couldn't have children. And he wasn't happy.

Paul: Was he jealous?

Rosanna: Well, no. Of course not, no. He just was upset by it, and --

Paul: Well, come on, he's gotta know that you're crazy about the guy. You two, you're talking about adopting children. It's not like, you know, you're just -- okay, what did I do now? What did I say?

Rosanna: Nothing. Um -- Craig got arrested -- for running an illegal betting operation out of Lava Underground.

Paul: I don't get it. What was he thinking? What could he possibly have been thinking?

Rosanna: With Craig, sometimes it's hard tell. Yes, so we were working with an adoption agency. And the representative showed up at the police station, and she obviously found out that he'd been arrested. So, needless to say, the agency is no longer interested in working with us as clients.

Paul: If there's anything I can do, you'll let me know, right?

Rosanna: Right, thank you. Listening is nice. Thank you.

[Cell phone rings]

Paul: I don't know who this is.

Rosanna: It's all right. Go ahead.

Paul: You don't mind?

Rosanna: Of course not.

[Cell phone rings]

Paul: I'm sorry.

Rosanna: No, it's all right.

Paul: Hello? Yeah, this is -- oh, hi, sorry. Yeah, no -- well, for how long? All right. Thank -- thank you for calling. And I'll get there as soon as I can. I think I got to go.

Rosanna: Oh, I'm sorry. What happened?

Paul: I'm not sure. That was this guy, Sergio. He works in the -- oh, you know him. He's the doorman.

Rosanna: The doorman.

Paul: Right. And he called, and he's -- he's worried. Jennifer -- it looked like she'd been drinking, and she was upstairs in the penthouse with some guy. He said she was a little -- well, he was worried.

Rosanna: Mm-hmm. She's a big girl, you know.

Paul: No, I know. It's just that -- earlier, I had heard Jennifer talking to a girlfriend about Dusty Donovan, and now I think that she might be with him.

Rosanna: Oh. Well, then, I think you should go.

Paul: Yeah. Um -- thank you for understanding.

Rosanna: Oh, no, of course. Please.

Paul: Thanks. Thank you for everything. It was really nice.

Jennifer: I didn't want to like you, Dusty. I tried my hardest to stay away. But then when we kissed --

Dusty: Wait a second. Wait a second. You made a move on me, and I played along. That's it.

Jennifer: You -- you kissed me back. And I got a feeling you want to do it again.

Paul: Did I just hear Dusty threaten you?

Jennifer: Oh, no. That was the sound of Dusty Donovan exactly where I want him.

Rose: Maybe you were afraid I was gonna smell Jennifer Munson's perfume all over you.

Dusty: Come on, what are you talking about?

Rose: Are you denying that you were with her?

Lucy: Aaron, what are you doing here?

Aaron: Well, it's a great place to eat. This is Connie. She bought me at the bachelor auction. This is Lucy, my girlfriend.

Lucy: This is Ned. He's tutoring me for my SATs.

Connie: I knew there was a reason I suddenly felt like I was back in high school. I'll get us a table.

Aaron: I should -- I should probably go with her. I mean, especially since she's buying me dinner.

Ned: Hey, don't knock that, you know. A mechanic does not live on pizza alone, right?

Aaron: Right. I'll see you guys.

Ned: Did I say something wrong?

Lucy: It's true that Aaron works in a garage. But he has more class than a lot of people I know. Excuse me. He'll be right back.

Aaron: Lucy, I can't leave her. She just spent $1,000 -- mm.

Lucy: You were saying?

Aaron: Nothing at all.

Alison: Feel my hands.

Chris: I know. They're freezing.

Alison: I guess I'm kind of nervous.

Chris: Alison, we don't have to do this if you're not ready.

Alison: I've been ready for a long time. I just needed you to start seeing me as a woman instead of a girl.

Chris: Took me long enough, didn't it?

Alison: Well, you didn't make it easy.

Chris: I just -- I had this idea in my mind of what the woman in my life was supposed to be. It was all wrong. It kept me from seeing how incredible you really are.

Alison: That's okay. You're forgiven. Are we gonna stop talking anytime soon?

Chris: I'm done if you are.

Craig: So you said you had an idea for me?

Molly: Yeah, but it isn't pretty.

Craig: So?

Molly: Okay. You don't want to adopt, tell Rosanna that you want to get a surrogate, you know, be inseminated and carry your baby for her.

Craig: Why?

Molly: I know, wait. You don't want children. This is the point, okay? Just hear me out. A surrogate -- a million problems can come up. It can take years if you want it to. And Rosanna won't blame you if it doesn't work out.

Craig: That's diabolical, Molly. And yet -- diabolical.

Rose: Sorry to interrupt you guys. Have you seen Dusty?

Craig: No, no, no. He's a hard one to keep tracks on. Eh, Rose?

Rose: You ought to know. I mean, your wife just paid five grand to go out with Paul Ryan.

Craig: Oh? Thanks for letting me know. Oh, well, I'd better get home and let Rosanna tell me all about it. Ladies.

Rose: Can you tell me why I decided to be so nasty to Craig Montgomery for no reason?

Molly: Don't worry about it, Rose. He's a big boy. He can handle it. But there's gotta be something else that's bothering you. You know, I mean, if you want to talk, I could stick around.

Rose: No. Thank you. I could stand to be alone right now.

Molly: Okay, but take it from me, Rose. Being alone isn't all it's cracked up to be.

Rose: What are you doing to me, Donovan? Why are you giving me so much grief?

Jennifer: What's the problem?

Dusty: The problem is I don't get chummy with people who bust me.

Jennifer: I told you I did not get you busted.

Dusty: Yeah, what about your brother?

Jennifer: Hi. How was the auction?

Paul: It was a lot of fun.

Jennifer: So -- so how come you're home so early?

Paul: What? I was supposed to stay out all night?

Jennifer: No, of course not. Dusty and I were just --

Dusty: Yeah, we were just trying to figure out who told the cops that I was running an illegal gambling operation. Any idea?

Paul: First I've heard of it. So, um -- how long before your -- your little friend here goes home?

Jennifer: You know, actually, I need a moment.

Paul: Well, if you make popcorn, save some for me.

Jennifer: Hey, hey -- listen, I'm -- I'm sorry about tonight, okay? I acted like a crazy kid. But I did not call the cops on you.

Dusty: You better be on the level. Or I'll come after you. You hear me?

Paul: Did I just hear Dusty threaten you?

Jennifer: Oh, no. That was the sound of Dusty Donovan exactly where I want him.

Alison: This is finally gonna happen, isn't it?

Chris: I'm ready. Just tell me one more time that you are, too.

Alison: Protection?

Chris: Got it. Shouldn't we go upstairs?

Alison: To Katie and Simon's bed? That doesn't seem right.

Chris: Wait a second. I'll be right back.

Alison: Where are you going?

Chris: To make this night as special as you are.

Connie: Excuse me, but didn't I pay $1,000 to have dinner with you tonight?

Aaron: I'm sorry, Connie. I got to go. Got to go.

Connie: Nice girl. How long have you been seeing her for?

Aaron: Couple years.

Connie: That long.

Aaron: Mm-hmm.

Connie: And that guy she's with, how does he fit in?

Aaron: It's like Lucy said. He's -- he's just her tutor.

Connie: Oh, well, that makes perfect sense. Every girl needs a good teacher.

Aaron: What's that supposed to mean?

Connie: Open your eyes, Aaron. Your little blue-blood honey is getting ready to do the whole college thing and leave you in the dust.

Dusty: Hey, baby. I thought you'd be at your auction.

Rose: I decided to leave early. Didn't you get my message?

Dusty: No. I didn't have my phone on me. How'd it go?

Rose: It was great. Everybody had fun. Where were you?

Dusty: I was -- I was with my lawyer. And his whole crew, you know. Why you asking me so many questions?

Rose: Oh, I don't know. Maybe it's because you didn't even kiss me hello when you walked in just now.

Dusty: I was thirsty. I'm sorry. Come here.

Rose: You thirsty? Or maybe you were afraid I was gonna smell Jennifer Munson's perfume all over you.

Dusty: Come on, what are you talking about?

Rose: Are you denying that you were with her?

Dusty: Baby, what's this all about?

Rose: I'll tell you what it's about. It's about you. You're running away.

Dusty: Me?

Rose: Yeah, you're running away.

Dusty: Why would I do that?

Rose: Because you're afraid that I'm gonna go back to Paul. So you're lying to me, and you're putting other women between us. Look, I am telling you right now, I am not going back to Paul. That door has been closed.

Dusty: Yeah, who closed it? Paul? Or you?

Rose: No, both of us. We both closed it. And now you -- you gotta make a choice.

Dusty: Yeah? What choice do I have to make?

Rose: A future with me. Or ending it right now.

Rosanna: You're home.

Craig: Hey, love. How was your evening?

Rosanna: Not bad. How was yours?

Craig: I was at the club.

Rosanna: Really? What were you doing there? Committing another crime?

Craig: Now come on. I have apologized. I have explained. You want to reel in a blackboard, I'll write "I'm sorry" 500 times.

Rosanna: I practically begged you. You know what? Never mind. Against all odds, I managed to have some fun tonight. I don't want to ruin it by fighting with you.

Craig: No, me either. Why don't you tell me about this "fun" you managed to have tonight? What kind of fun was it?

Lucy: Are you guys still eating?

Aaron: No, that's okay. You guys can -- you guys can sit with us till we're done.

Lucy: Oh, that's okay. We were just gonna go back and hit the books again.

Ned: I promised Lucy's father we'd put in a full evening.

Aaron: All right, then I -- I guess I'll see you tomorrow?

Lucy: Yeah, I'll call you as soon as I get up.

Aaron: Okay.

Lucy: Night.

Aaron: Night.

Lucy: It was nice meeting you.

Connie: You want to compete with guys like that, you're gonna need to get some clout of your own. And you're not going to get it working in a garage.

Aaron: Then I guess it's time for me to get a new job.

Rosanna: Yes, Lucinda was the auctioneer, and she threw herself into it, as you can well imagine. And the whole thing turned out to be quite enjoyable.

Craig: Did you make a donation to the cause?

Rosanna: Do you mean did I bid on any of the bachelors?

Craig: Just for the fun of it.

Rosanna: I don't want to discuss that now.

Craig: Anything else you want to tell me about tonight?

Rosanna: You heard the highlights. There's nothing else to tell.

Craig: Yeah, well, I didn't hear all the highlights. You didn't say a word about Paul.

Paul: Rose and I are not getting back together. You know? I've accepted that, Jennifer. I -- really, I think it's time that you did the same.

Jennifer: I can't. Okay, even if Rose doesn't come back to you, I still want to make Dusty pay for what he did.

Paul: You're not gonna get Dusty to pay for anything. You know, Dusty's gonna strike first or last. But I'm doing it again, right? I'm lecturing you?

Jennifer: Yeah, you noticed, too.

Paul: I'm sorry. I know you don't like it. I won't do it anymore. I'll just be in my room, hoping you wise up.

Dusty: I'm not gonna lose you.

Rose: Then stop lying to me. Stop making up stories about your attorney. I gotta know what you're telling me is the truth.

Dusty: All right.

Rose: No exceptions. No excuses.

Dusty: All right. Starting here and now. Okay.

Rose: Was it? Was it Jennifer Munson's perfume that I'm smelling on you?

Dusty: Let's go home. All right? I'll take a shower. Then I'll tell you all about it.

I never lived before your love I never felt before your touch
I never needed anyone to make me feel alive but then again, I wasn't really living
I never lived before your love I never lived before your love
and I don't know why, why the sun decides to shine but you breathed your love into me just in time
I never lived before your love I never felt before your touch
I never needed anyone to make me feel alive but then again I wasn't really living
I never lived I never lived

Alison: I'm glad I waited for you, Chris.

Chris: So am I.

Before your love

Connie: You want to get next to Dusty why?

Jennifer: So Rose'll break up with him and go back to Paul.

Rose: Are you sleeping with Jennifer Munson? Yes? Or no?

Craig: Well, it seems your little sister has also developed an unhealthy obsession with Dusty. And I know how happy that must make you.

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