As The World Turns Transcript Thursday 12/18/03
Proofread by Emma
[Knocking at door]
Emma: Oh, hello.
Emma: Cold out there. Sure is. Hey. Hi.
Emma: Holden told me you were down here. He said you've been here most of the morning.
Lily: Yes. And if you've come here to talk about funeral arrangements, I really don't -- I'm ready for that.
Emma: No, no, no. We don't -- we don't have to talk about that if you don't want to. As a matter of fact, I was thinking maybe we could go -- a little Christmas shopping for the kids, you know? Go to a few stores and then maybe have a little lunch.
Lily: Oh, that's nice. But I'm really not up for that. I'm just gonna stay here for a little while longer.
Emma: Lily -- I can understand your need to be alone. But spending too much time alone can't be all that good.
Lily: At the moment, it's good for me. 'Cause you have no idea what I'm going through.
Emma: Maybe I donít. Maybe I don't, sweetheart. But I know sitting here alone with your memories can't be that good for you, anyway. I mean, it won't -- it won't make you feel any better. It's not gonna bring Rose back. And it certainly isn't gonna bring her killer to justice.
Guard: You have a visitor, Stenbeck.
James: No, you don't have to thank me for the flowers, Paul.
Craig: Oh, Paul never got the flowers. And he never got the card you sent, either.
James: Well, well, well. Craig Montgomery, what a pleasant surprise.
Craig: Yeah, isn't it? Fascinating bouquet. But it was the card that really caught my eye. "Congratulations. Glad you took my advice."
James: What do you want, Montgomery?
Craig: I'm curious. I want to know what kind of fatherly advice you were doling out to your son the day Rose D'Angelo got murdered.
Carly: Hi. I am so sorry to bother you right now. I can't imagine what you must be going through. And I know that I probably should have called first. But I figured that you wouldn't be answering your phone anyway. God knows you have enough on your plate without me showing up on your doorstep. Um -- I have -- I have some coffee here and a banana nut muffin, just in case you didn't feel like going out and foraging for yourself.
Carly: This won't take long.
Paul: Carly -- I don't mean to be rude to you, but what do you want? Because I know this visit isn't about you checking up on me, making sure that I'm all right.
Carly: Right. I realize that you haven't been ruled out as a suspect in Rose's death.
Paul: Ask me if I care what the police think.
Carly: You may not care, but I do. I'm here because I know you didn't do it. I know that you were angry with Rose and you were jealous, and you were confused. But I know you loved her. And I know there is no way in the world you would have killed her, Paul. So that's why I'm here. The real murderer is out there. And with your help, I think I may have a way of proving that she is the one who poisoned Rose.
Lucinda: Steer clear of Dusty Donovan.
Lucinda: Well, besides the other reasons, I was just at the police station, and Hal thinks that he can get a warrant to search Dusty's place, meaning they think that he had something to do with the murder.
Dusty: You been here all night?
Molly: Relax, all my clothes are on. I just wanted to keep you company, remember?
Molly: How are you feeling?
Dusty: I had a dream. I saw her. I saw Rose in my dream. I was gonna go for the phone when I woke up.
Molly: Sorry. I know it's rough.
Dusty: Thanks for spending the night with me here, Molly. You're such a great woman.
Molly: Yeah, I'm the best.
Dusty: What time is it? Huh?
Molly: Where are you going? Dusty, don't you want to order breakfast? Maybe talk a little more?
Dusty: No, sweetheart, I've got a ton of things to do today.
Molly: Like what? I hope it doesn't include getting revenge like, say, on Paul.
Dusty: Don't you have something to do this morning?
Molly: I'm not going anywhere until I make sure you're taken care of.
[Knocking at door]
Dusty: Who is it?
Hal: Police. Open up.
Dusty: We've got nothing to talk about.
Hal: I'll be the judge of that.
Dusty: We went over this. If you don't got a search warrant, you can't come in here!
Hal: Well, I got one. And you got three seconds to open this door, or I'll do it for you.
James: Stealing flowers? Isn't that rather pedestrian on your part, Montgomery? Of course, Barbara's taste in husbands did suffer a drastic decline after me.
Craig: You know I have to go to the police with this note you wrote your son, don't you?
James: You mean you haven't already scootered over to see the good lieutenant Munson, Sherlock Holmes of Oakdale?
Craig: I wanted to hear what you had to say first. See, I think you know your son is a prime suspect. But something tells me you wouldn't be all that upset if he did it.
James: You know, some people say that I'm twisted. I love my son, Montgomery.
Craig: I checked the police logs. I know your son was here the morning he abandoned Rose D'Angelo at the altar. Here getting advice?
James: Nothing so extraordinary about that. A lot of sons seek advice from fathers.
Craig: I just want to know what kind of advice you were giving your son.
James: Oh, I see. You want to know. Please, come on, Montgomery, all you want to know is if Paul happened to mention anything about murdering his fiancťe.
Craig: That's right, I do.
Paul: You think the murderer is a woman?
Carly: I do.
Paul: Someone that I know?
Carly: Someone we both know.
Paul: My mother?
Carly: No. No, I'm not talking about your mother.
Paul: No? All right, then. Who are we talking about?
Carly: Mitzi Matters.
Paul: Mitzi? Mitzi's not a murderer. Besides, she was long gone. She was in Atlantic City.
Carly: I have reason to believe that she snuck back into Oakdale on the day of your wedding. And she would have had plenty of time --
Paul: Mitzi is -- was Rose's best friend.
Carly: Yes, that's right, maybe she was. But a few weeks before Rose's death, everything changed between them. Mitzi was acting pretty weird before she took off.
Paul: It's Mitzi. She's always acting a little weird.
Carly: Well, she was unbelievably tense. She was keeping a big secret from Rose. You should've seen them at the bridal shower. They got into a huge fight. And then by the time the wedding rolled around, they weren't even on speaking terms. You didn't think it was an accident that Mitzi dropped out of the wedding party, did you?
Paul: No, I knew there was trouble. Rose was furious at Mitzi.
Carly: Do you know why?
Paul: Yeah. But it wasn't anything that would turn Mitzi into some kind of a crazed killer.
Carly: What happened?
Paul: Rose wanted to sell the Roller Palace, and Mitzi wanted to buy it. But Mitzi didn't have enough money, and Rose wouldn't bargain with her. So Rose found another buyer.
Carly: And Mitzi held a grudge?
Paul: It was more than that. In order to hand over the keys to the beauty parlor, there had to be an audit. And while the accountant was going over the books, he found out there was some money missing -- a lot of money.
Carly: So sweet, little innocent Mitzi Matters was embezzling from the Roller Palace? Stealing from Rose?
Paul: Yeah, but that doesn't mean anything.
Carly: Mitzi -- Mitzi stabbed her very best friend in the back! What was stopping her from dripping just a little bit of poison into Rose's champagne glass?
Paul: Carly! There's a big difference between taking money from somebody and killing somebody!
Carly: So what did Rose do when she found out what Mitzi was up to?
Paul: She went ballistic. She was angry. She was -- she was hurt. She threatened to call the police and have Mitzi thrown in prison. It was just an idle threat. Rose was too aware of the history that her and Mitzi had. There's just no way Rose would have just forgotten about their past.
Carly: Did Mitzi know that Rose was just blowing off steam?
Paul: I think as far as Mitzi was concerned, the axe was about to fall and she was fleeing from a possible prison term.
Carly: Are you sure about that?
Paul: No, I'm not sure about anything. But I know that when Mitzi left Oakdale, it was for good. She wouldn't have come back. She would be too scared that Rose would turn up the heat.
Carly: As far as you know.
Paul: Look, you've got a hunch, knock yourself out. You ask me, you're barking up the wrong tree. I've got a feeling somebody else is responsible for taking Rose away from me.
Dusty: I'm -- I'm sorry. You didn't have a warrant last night, so I assumed you didn't have --
Hal: Oh, it's best not to assume. You said you wanted a warrant. Well, we aim to please -- good morning, Molly.
Molly: What's going on here? A warrant?
Dusty: Yeah, a warrant. You know what it's about? It's about Paul convincing Oakdale's finest that I'm the one that killed Rose. I'm guilty? I'm a suspect?
Hal: Like I said, it's best not to assume.
Dusty: What is this? Is this kind of like he broke you off a little something to grease the laws of justice? Or is this just a family perk?
Hal: This shouldn't take too long. Gentlemen, let's get to work.
Dusty: You mind if I take a look at that warrant?
Hal: Oh, sure, go ahead. It's all legal.
Dusty: It all looks like an early Christmas gift for young Paulie Ryan, the victim of the family.
Molly: Maybe I should get out of the way. Good luck, Dusty. I'll check in with you.
Hal: Molly? You got a second?
Molly: Anything for you, Hal.
Hal: I've got a question for you.
Molly: What's that?
Hal: Last night, you're begging me to come over and search Dusty's place. And today I come here, and you're rolling out of the sack with him.
Molly: It's always best not to assume, right?
Hal: Well, why don't you just tell me what it was that you were up to so I don't have to assume anything?
Molly: I wasn't up to anything.
Hal: Well, why don't you just tell me why the hell you were sleeping with the guy that you're accusing of murder?
Molly: Hal, I didn't sleep with him, okay? I stayed the night, yes, because I was worried about him.
Hal: Oh, you slept with him because you were worried about him? Just when you think you've heard it all --
Molly: Worried, yes. Because you're taking so long to investigate, I thought if I kept an eye on him, stay close to him, maybe I'd get some information from him.
Hal: Oh, I see. Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer?
Molly: Hello? Exactly. Yes, nothing more.
Hal: I think there's a lot more, Molly.
Molly: I'm just really relieved you got the search warrant, Hal.
Hal: Do you really think we're gonna find something in there that's gonna link Dusty to Rose's murder?
Molly: I had a feeling, yeah.
Hal: Just female intuition? Or --
Molly: It's worked before.
Hal: I have a feeling I'm not getting the whole story here.
Molly: Did you come to search Dusty's room or interrogate an innocent bystander?
Hal: Innocent? Well, we'll talk later.
Molly: Sometimes a girl's got to do what a girl's got to do.
Emma: Here we go. Here we are. It always makes you feel better -- a nice, little cup of hot tea.
Lily: Thank you.
Emma: I'm sorry, sweetheart, if I sounded a bit harsh earlier.
Lily: No, you're right. I mean, holed up here in Rose's place, thinking about old memories, it's not gonna bring her back. You're right. It's not gonna help in her investigation. It's not helping me, not really. I just miss her so much.
Emma: I know. I know. I miss her, too, sweetheart. We all do. I -- I'm not gonna pretend that I -- that I know what you're going through. And I'm not gonna lie to you and tell you it's gonna get any easier because -- because it's not. But, you know, this is -- this is no way to honor Rose's memories, sitting here in the darkness, full of regrets. You know -- you know what Rose would do if she were you? She would -- she would just open these doors, you know? She wasn't -- she'd open the windows. She'd turn on all the lights. She'd probably even play a little music. Oh, she wasn't one to sit around crying. There was too much to do. Too much life -- precious life in her for that.
Lily: You're right.
Emma: If you were the one who were gone, and she didn't know why, she would be down at that police station. She'd be making all kinds of noise and screaming and demanding for answers and questions -- she would question everything.
Lily: Yeah, I know. I know. I know.
Emma: My angel. Now I'm not -- I'm not trying to tell you how to deal with your grief. I mean, you're the one who's gotta go through that. You gotta through it in your own -- own way. But you know we're here for you.
Lily: I know.
Emma: We're here for you. Anything you need.
Lily: Holden wants me to make funeral arrangements so I can move on with my life.
Lily: I can't do it.
Emma: But I think -- I think maybe a memorial service is just too conventional for Rose. I think you -- you probably should find something personal -- more personal for you. I mean, a more unorthodox way to say good-bye to her.
Lily: I think I have the perfect way to do that.
James: You're daring me to divulge details of a private conversation I had with my son?
Craig: I'm asking.
James: You've got brass ones, Montgomery.
Craig: The Oakdale police may not be Scotland Yard, James, but I think they could connect these dots, don't you?
James: I'll tell you want you want to know. In fact, I will reveal precisely what Paul and I discussed. But first you need to ask yourself a question.
Craig: What is that?
James: Are you willing to pay the price?
Craig: How much?
James: I don't need your money. I have plenty of money. But if I give you information about Paul, it's gonna cost you. And it's gonna cost you dearly, Montgomery. It's gonna cost you your relationship with your wife. Because when Rosanna finds out that you've been trying to find out information about Paul, trying to destroy him by implicating him in Rose's murder, she's not going to trust you any more. And she's going to want to go to someone she can trust -- someone like Paul.
Paul: I want to figure out who killed Rose as much as anybody. No matter who it was.
Carly: I knew you'd see it my way. And thanks, Paul, for the information about Mitzi. You filled in a lot of blanks.
Paul: You know, Carly, even if you go to the police with what I just told you about Mitzi embezzling from Rose, they're still not gonna take you seriously.
Carly: I know.
Paul: So what are you gonna do?
Carly: Just leave that to me. Emily? Hi, it's Carly. Are you busy? Good. 'Cause I need to see you. Now.
Dusty: Well, the warrant says you got a reliable source and you got an unnamed legal document that gives just cause to search my room.
Hal: So you can read.
Dusty: The reliable source is obviously Paul. And the unnamed legal document is obviously bogus.
Hal: Oh, no. No, I saw it with my own eyes. And a judge agreed it can be used against you as evidence in a murder trial.
Dusty: Well, if it's a piece of paper that's gonna put me away, I think I got a right to know what it is.
Hal: Oh, we can get into that at the station.
Dusty: Why don't we get into it right here? Clear the whole thing up?
Dusty: Well, you see -- I didn't even know that Rose had an insurance policy. This is incredible.
Hal: Oh, really? That's funny. Because that has a double indemnity clause in it naming you as the beneficiary. Quite a stroke of luck for a guy like you. I mean, you get the big bucks, and you don't even have to punch in. The only problem is, Dusty, that legal document that you're holding provides us with your motive.
Dusty: I didn't know anything about being a beneficiary. And this insurance policy alone -- it means nothing.
Hal: Hey, the search is just beginning.
Cop #1: Lieutenant, we found something.
Hal: Oh. Oh, what do you know? Do you want to tell me what this is, Dusty?
Dusty: I've never seen it before.
Hal: Now how did I know that you were gonna say that? Bag it.
Dusty: Come on. Lieutenant, hold on a second.
Hal: We got the insurance policy. And we've got the poison. Why don't you just make it three for three, Dusty, and go for a full confession?
Craig: You think your son murdered Rose D'Angelo?
James: Yes. Yes, I think -- I think Paul's fingerprints are all over this.
Jennifer: Hi, Jack. Have you seen the lieutenant?
Jack: He's out.
Jennifer: Figures. Well, do you have any idea when he'll be back?
Jack: Your guess is as good as mine. Have a seat. He's gotta come back sooner or later. Excuse me.
Cop #5: Anybody know the latest on the bride that died yesterday?
Cop #6: The last I heard, the lieutenant got a warrant to search Dusty Donovanís place.
Cop #5: A warrant? Sounds like we've got our man.
Cop #6: Well, we'll know something as soon as Munson gets back.
Cop #5: Better get a cell ready, just in case.
Jennifer: They're arresting Dusty? Paul has to know about this now.
Craig: James, whatever assumptions you're making about my wife, they're off the mark.
James: Whatever helps you sleep at night, Craig.
Craig: You know something different?
James: My sources tell me that your wife has grown quite fond of Paul. Touchingly enough, it seems he feels the same way about her.
Craig: Rosanna's always had a soft spot for stray dogs. Even poodles.
James: Well, you must be worried about this burgeoning relationship on some level, Craig. Otherwise you wouldn't be here now, would you, hmm? Messing in something that's clearly none of your business. Okay, not worried. Curious? I know I'm curious. What the hell do these two people talk about when they're alone? Why did this friendship flourish so fast?
Craig: My wife is loyal.
James: Oh. And are you loyal, Craig? Are you loyal to your wife? When she finds out about this visit you've paid me today, she's gonna be very upset.
Craig: You're gonna tell Paul I was here?
James: No, I won't have to tell anyone anything. You're gonna sabotage your marriage all by yourself, because that's what you do. It's your pattern. You did it with Sierra, you did it with Barbara. And now you're gonna do it with Rosanna. And once she realizes exactly who you are, she's probably gonna leave you.
Craig: Alas, I did not come here for life lessons from the rubber room. Now, I would like to know what you and your son talked about before the wedding, before Rose was murdered.
James: Well, I can't remember what we talked about verbatim. But if you're asking me if I had previous knowledge of Rose's being poisoned --
Craig: You think your son murdered Rose D'Angelo?
James: Poisoning -- it's a nasty way to go. But, yes, yes, I think -- I think Paulís fingerprints all over this.
Jennifer: Paul, it's me.
Paul: What do you want, Jennifer?
Jennifer: I'm at the police station.
Paul: Calling to tell me you got arrested?
Jennifer: Hal got a warrant -- a search warrant to find the poison that killed Rose. And I think he's out serving it.
Paul: So you're telling me the cops are on their way here?
Jennifer: No, Paul. But they're searching Dusty's hotel suite. Paul, did you hear me? Dusty is their prime suspect.
Paul: Yeah, I heard you. Jen, I'll talk to you later. I can't -- I can't deal with this right now.
Jennifer: Well, then I'll just have to do it for you.
Hal: Would you care to tell us what you're doing with a vial of poison in your hotel room?
Dusty: I've never seen it before. I have no idea where it came from.
Cop #2: It was hidden in the back of your dresser drawer.
Dusty: I didn't put it there.
Hal: If I were you, Donovan --
Dusty: You're not me. You're not me. Because I know a setup job when I see one!
Hal: It's always somebody else's fault, isn't it?
Dusty: This is so interesting, man. What are you calling this game?
Hal: He thinks this is a game.
Dusty: Hal, if I killed Rose, you think I'd be dumb enough to keep the evidence around?
Hal: Dumb, arrogant -- I'll let a jury decide that.
Dusty: What jury are we talking about?
Hal: As of right now, Dusty Donovan, you are the prime suspect in the murder of Rose D'Angelo.
Dusty: Your accusations are nonsense! I'm out of here.
Hal: The only place you're going is down to the station. Cuff him.
Emily: You really think it was Mitzi who was lurking around Rose's house the afternoon of the wedding?
Carly: Emily, I'd put money on it.
Emily: Okay. Well, if that's the case, then that means there's something in Rose's house that could link Mitzi to Rose's death.
Carly: That's just what I was thinking.
Emily: You know, if it wasn't such a long shot, I'd say we should contact Hal and Jack, tell him about it.
Carly: What? And have them tell us that it's a wild goose chase, we should mind your own business and let them do their job?
Emily: But Rose was one of our best friends -- one of the best friends I've ever had. We've gotta fight for her, Carly, the way she'd fight for us.
Carly: Does this mean you'll help me search for proof?
Emily: There's nothing I wouldn't do for Rose or for you.
Carly: I was hoping you'd say that. You still have Rose's spare key?
Emily: As a matter of fact, I do.
Carly: Then what are we waiting for?
Emily: Let's get out of here.
Craig: Well, thank you, James. It's been swell.
James: Leaving so soon?
Craig: I have what I came for.
James: Well, just remember, Craig, that knowledge is power. And the knife cuts both ways.
Jack: Yeah, hello?
Craig: Jack, it's Craig Montgomery. I need to talk to you right now. It's about Rose D'Angelo's murder.
Jack: Haven't we been through this once already, Craig?
Craig: I have new information, Jack. Meet me at Al's diner, all right? I'll be waiting.
Hal: Straight to the interrogation room, Donovan. I believe you know the way. I guess you'll want to call a lawyer. What kind of bottom-feeding attorney are you retaining these days now that Marshall Travers is no longer with us?
Dusty: What would I need a lawyer for? I didn't do anything wrong.
Hal: You know, if you behave yourself, I can have this nice officer remove those cuffs. If you don't behave yourself, I can have you put in shackles. Which one is it gonna be?
Dusty: I'll behave myself. Take 'em off. Innocent. Innocent until proven guilty.
Hal: Well, that's what we're working on right now.
Dusty: Yeah? You got some more boys in blue out there planting a little evidence around the territory?
Hal: If the liquid that we found in your hotel suite isn't the poison that killed Rose, we can forget we had this conversation. But if it is --
Dusty: It's a setup. It's a setup, lieutenant. I've been framed, and you know it.
Hal: Let's take this one step at a time, shall we? Now since you insist that you have nothing to hide, how about you answer a couple of questions for me?
Dusty: Yeah. I'll give you a statement. I didn't kill Rose. But somebody is trying real hard to make it look like I did.
Dusty: Now what is the point --
Hal: Here we go again. Get it all out. Go ahead.
Dusty: -- Hotshot crime lab when it's the same bottle that Paul planted in my apartment, which contains the same poison that killed Rose!
Hal: Wrong again.
Dusty: You got your guy! Don't you?! And he's setting me up to take the fall, and you know it.
Hal: Will you shut up?
Dusty: Will I shut up?! You got your prime suspect, Hal.
Hal: Will you shut up for one minute --
Dusty: -- Answering for what he did! He's a murderer, and you know it!
Hal: Paul is not the one who is accusing you.
Dusty: Oh, no?! Then who is?
Molly: Oh my God. What's going on here?
Cop #2: I'm sorry, ma'am. This room is a crime scene.
Molly: Crime scene? Where's Dusty? Dusty?
Cop #2: He's not here, ma'am.
Molly: Not here? Well, where is -- so that means you found something then? You must have found something when you tossed the place. Please, is he arrested? Has he been arrested?
Cop #2: I'm not telling you anything, ma'am.
Molly: Okay, you know what? Call me Molly, okay?
Cop #2: I know who you are, Ms. McKinnon. And I know if I say anything about this case, it'll be the lead story on the 5:00 news.
Molly: You're wrong. Because the news is the last thing on my mind here. Officer, look, I know this isn't your problem. But I have a relationship with the guy. And now -- oh, God. I promise it'll be kept between you and me, but you have to tell me. Was he arrested for murder?
Cop #2: It looks that way.
Molly: Oh, God.
Cop #2: We tossed the place, we found a bottle of something that could implicate him in a crime.
Molly: You're kidding me.
Cop #2: They took him down to the station for questioning.
Molly: I can't believe this.
Cop #2: After I saw you here this morning, I figured you might take the news pretty hard.
Molly: Oh, you have no idea.
Carly: Hello? Anybody here?
Emily: I think the coast is clear.
Carly: Great. That'll give us plenty of time to search the place.
Emily: Carly, do I get to know what we're looking for here?
Carly: We'll know it when we find it.
Baby this is forever it never fades away like a rocket ascending into space
could you not be sad could you not break down after all I won't let go
'till you're safe and sound
Jack: What's the problem now, Montgomery?
Craig: Sit down. I'm here to help you.
Jack: If you say so.
Craig: I do say so. But this is just between you and me.
Jack: If this is about Donovan --
Jack: I heard that Hal found something incriminating when he went through Donovan's room. That's why they're interrogating him right now.
Craig: No, no, no. They're wasting their time.
Jack: You think you have a better suspect in mind? Let's hear it.
Craig: I just talk to James Stenbeck. I think you should, too.
Jack: Now why would I want to do something like that?
Craig: He says Dusty didn't kill Rose. He says Paul did.
Dusty: You're telling me that Paul Ryan didn't point the finger at me?
Hal: That's what I said, yeah.
Dusty: Then who did?
Hal: I really don't want to get into all of this.
Dusty: All of this is my life. And if someone's trying to take me down, Hal, I got a right to know. And let me tell you something. Whoever's pointing the finger at me is the guy you're looking for.
Hal: You think so?
Dusty: I know so. What's the name?
Hal: Well, then our guy's your partner, Molly McKinnon.
Jennifer: Oh, my God. Hey, Molly. I knew the police were searching Dusty's place, but they found something?
Molly: Yeah, apparently. I heard they did, yeah.
Jennifer: I don't believe it. What did they find?
Molly: I don't know. What's so unbelievable? I mean, we're talking about Dusty Donovan.
Jennifer: Molly, he would never kill anyone.
Molly: Why? Because he's such a boy scout?
Jennifer: I know he's no angel.
Molly: Why are defending him, Jennifer?
Jennifer: I am not defending anyone. I mean, tell me he's been embezzling. Tell him he's been gambling. Tell him he's been sleeping with trashy women. I believe you, no problem. But no matter what he's done in the past, no matter what people think about him or say about it, I know he loved rose. There was never any doubt in my mind about that.
Molly: You see, there's so many different kinds of love. Some of them are not so pretty. And it can make you do crazy things. Things you never dreamed of.
On the next "As The World Turns" --
Jennifer: You know, I don't care what the police found. Dusty is not a killer.
Molly: Oh, you don't know what people are capable of. Not even the ones you sleep with.
Aaron: -- Be there for you, our baby.
Alison: Look, Aaron, I can't let you. It's not fair.
[Lily dressed as Rose]
Lily: What's the matter, Paulie? You can't believe your own eyes?
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