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As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 6/1/04

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[Maniacal laughter]

Dusty: Go, run!

Margo: Oh, Jill, I want you to get me the biggest, coldest iced tea ever. Just get it now, please.

Jill: I'll get it right away.

Margo: Okay.

Jill: I watched you on the court today, Mrs. Hughes. I've never seen you hit the ball that hard.

[Margo remembering]

Doc: Meet me in the lounge in about half an hour. I'll get a room, leave you a key. It'll be discreet, just you and me alone.

Margo: Well, I just had a -- I had a really tough week and I had a lot of tension I needed to work out.

Doc: Yeah, so did I. In fact, I just cranked out 20 laps of the butterfly, and I don't even know how to do the butterfly.

Margo: Well, lifeguards give lessons. Maybe you ought to sign up quick, before you sink like a rock.

Doc: I waited for you a long time at the Lakeview. I was damn disappointed you didn't show up.

Margo: Doc, I never said that I was going to be there.

Doc: No, you didnít. But you wanted to.

Margo: Well, you just keep believing that. You think you waited a long time? Try forever.

Chris: Okay, okay, wait, Ali. That didn't come out right. All right, I'm not jealous of Aaron because he's your friend. He's a good guy, and he cares about you. And I want you to have people like that in your life.

Alison: But?

Chris: But whenever you're in trouble, like you were last night, you turn to Aaron. It drives me crazy, because I want you to turn to me.

Alison: You're right. I mean, that is exactly what I do. But I wanted -- I love you, Chris. It's not that I don't love you. It's just that I'm afraid.

Chris: Afraid of what?

Alison: Afraid of losing you. What else? I want to tell you so much sometimes. But I just -- I just don't think that you can handle.

Chris: I guess that's my fault, isn't it?

Alison: No, no, no, no. You didn't do anything wrong.

Chris: No, you told me that you wanted to work at Metro, and I wouldn't even discuss it with you.

Alison: Yes. But so my answer was to go behind your back? That was stupid. And I let it go on for so long. I was lying about the job, pretending to do pottery. What was I thinking?

Chris: You did it because you care about me and my family. Okay, I'm sure it's hard to imagine right now, but think about that scene in the kitchen last night with the three plates? I mean, you gotta admit, it was pretty outrageous.

Alison: Yeah, I guess it was kind of funny. But, Chris, I promise to you -- no more schemes. I'll go straight to you, and we'll talk about this together, okay?

Chris: That sounds good to me. Come on, let's go home.

Alison: We don't have a home. Chris, I'm not going back to your parents'.

Mike: Simon's back in town? Since when?

Henry: Officially, yesterday. He broke Katie out of the Deerbrook and brought her back to the cottage.

Mike: How long is he going to be here?

Henry: This time -- forever.

Katie: No, no. This is wrong.

Simon: No, it's not. 'Cause we're married.

Katie: Simon, stop. Yesterday, I was in a mental hospital trying to figure out how I was going to get out of there. And all of a sudden you were there, and now we're here. I don't know. It's just moving too fast.

Simon: I can't help it. I missed you so much.

Katie: I know. I'm just not ready, okay?

Simon: Okay.

Katie: There's just so much I need to know, and so much I want to say. A lot has changed since the last time I saw you.

Simon: I know, I know. A lot has changed. A lot has changed for the both of us. You know one thing that hasn't changed is the way we feel about each other.

Katie: I know, but that's taking a lot for granted.

Simon: You know, there's not much in this world that you can count on. But one thing that you can is the way we are together when things are good. You know? You know that magic that exists between us that -- it's like the rest of the world doesn't exist.

Katie: We used to be like that.

Simon: No, it still is the same. Baby, it's the same. We've just got to give it a chance. We're back together now. And nothing is gonna separate us again.

Doc: I had this football coach back in high school, one of those sadistic fellows who wasn't satisfied with practice until at least two or three guys heaved up their guts.

Margo: Whoa, that's a pretty story. Why are you telling me that for?

Doc: Anyway, the biggest thing I learned from this guy is, you gotta be flexible. They stop you running up the middle, boom you run a sweep around the end. They stop your running game altogether, forget it, you just step back and throw it.

Margo: You know, you've lost me, Doc.

Doc: Relax, relax. The point I'm getting at is, okay, you didn't show at the Lakeview. And you missed out on an incredible bottle of champagne. Okay, that's fine. But there's always another play. He taught me there's always more than one way to score.

Margo: That -- yay team! The one thing your coach didn't tell you is that trying to talk married women into bed -- that's just not in the playbook. In fact, that's pretty much a slap in the face, which is what I'm about to give you.

Doc: Okay, that's what I keep hearing, but --

Margo: But you just refuse to get the message.

Doc: Yes, yes, I do. Because your mouth is saying one thing, but every inch of the rest you of is screaming something else.

Margo: Thank you, Jill. Just put this on my bill -- account, put that on my account.

Jill: No problem. Anything I can get for you, Mr. Reese?

Doc: Not at this time. I think I'm good.

Margo: She's pretty cute, isn't she?

Doc: Delectable. So what?

Margo: Well, Jillís her name. Number of girls -- hundreds of other girls would love to go out with you. They might even make a slumber party of it. So why don't you hit on them and leave me alone?

Doc: Because you're the one I want. Simple.

Margo: Why? You got a thing for women in uniform?

Doc: Out of uniform, preferably.

Margo: You know what? I just -- I cannot have this conversation with you anymore.

Doc: Okay, fine. Listen, you want me to leave? Here's what you gotta do. You need to explain to me once and for all why you're not interested.

Margo: Doc, I've already done that.

Doc: No, no, no. You havenít. No, I want the whole story -- in private, so we won't be interrupted.

Margo: No, I can't be alone with you.

Doc: And why not, Margo? Which one of us don't you trust?

Margo: Look, Jessica and Ben are here. So I'm going to go and say hi.

Doc: You haven't answered my question.

Margo: It doesn't matter. You don't hear me. Hi.

Jessica: Hey.

Margo: What a beautiful day, huh?

Ben: My favorite time of year.

Jessica: We were just about -- want to join us. We're gonna have a beverage.

Margo: You know, I'd like to, but I've gotta hit the showers. But I just wanted to say hi. So hi.

Jessica: Okay.

Ben: Took off like she was being chased by a bull.

Jessica: Yeah, that was odd. You noticed that.

Ben: Mm-hmm. But enough about Margo. You said there was something important you wanted to tell me.

Jessica: Yes. You think I'm going to tell you I'm pregnant?

Ben: The thought had crossed my mind.

Jessica: Well, it's not the case. I wish it were, but at least not yet. Ben, I did something this afternoon, something for both of us. I started taking a fertility drug.

Mike: Simon may say he's back in town for good, but sooner or later he'll take off. That's the game he plays, Henry, and Katie always loses.

Henry: Not this time.

Mike: How do you know?

Henry: Well, Simonís loved Katie for years. But he seems to need her this time. I don't know. Something different about it. If I can see it, so can Katie.

Mike: You're assuming Katie will take him back.

Henry: She will.

Mike: She told you?

Henry: She doesn't have a choice. The ticker is a -- I don't know, it's a funny little beast. You can't just tell it what to do.

Mike: Simon swore he was gone for good. I mean, do you really think he would've told me to take care of her if he thought there was a chance in hell he was coming back. He only did that because he thought he had to. What changed?

Henry: Maybe he found out that Katie was in trouble.

Mike: Found out how? Mental telepathy?

Henry: Hmm. That's good. You know, I hadn't thought about that. You know, two people have a long history together.

Mike: I don't buy it.

Henry: Or maybe he saw the personal ad that I placed in "Soldier of Fortune" magazine.

Mike: Why'd you do that?

Henry: Katie needed some help, and there was no one here who was gonna give it to her.

Mike: Don't look at me like that. She was out of control. She --

Henry: No, no. Katie was right about Pilar, and no one believed her. Her own sister throws her in the cuckoo's nest, and you, Mike, you turned your back on her. I don't know how else to put it.

Mike: I thought it was the only way to help her.

Henry: I know, I know. I know, I know. But you only made it worse.

Mike: All right, I have to see her.

Henry: No, Mike, wait a second. Hold on there. They want to be alone.

Katie: Forever's really never meant that much to us, Simon. How can you say it's gonna be different now?

Simon: Look, when I was on the dock that night, I left because Mike convinced me that I could never keep you safe. All right? But then when I was on the run, I had that brainstorm.

Katie: To make the deal with the police.

Simon: Right. I offered to help find and arrest the people who were after me, and I bought myself a fresh start.

Katie: I just wish you would have told me.

Simon: It's not like I was gonna contact you, Katie.

Katie: Why?

Simon: I'd put you through enough. I figured that you and Mike were -- and then I got the message from Henry that you were in trouble. And I got on the next plane, and I came to the states and I found you in that institution alone. I mean, how did that happen? How did -- how could Mike let you get locked up like that?

Katie: It's not all his fault. There was that woman, Pilar. She was always one step ahead of me.

Simon: What, so instead of taking care of you he hooks up with some ex-girlfriend?

Katie: I don't want to talk about Mike.

Simon: All right, you know what? Neither do I. That's fine. I mean, whatever happened between you two, that's your business, you know? I just need you to know that you're safe, and that I'm here now, Katie. Unless you don't want me to be, and if that's the case you need to tell me now.

Don: Come on, come on, come on. You're just taking too long.

Wade: Relax, would ya. Donovan messed things up. And we're gonna fix 'em real soon.

Don: Hey, hey, hey. He's waking up. He's waking up.

Wade: Get him up.

Don: Come on, sleepy.

Wade: You should have faked a little sleep. Now I'm gonna hurt you real bad.

Don: Oh, you shouldn't have done that, little girl.

[Siren blares]

Lucy: You want to tell that to the guys in the police car? When I called, they said someone would be right over. I guess they weren't kidding.

Don: Damn it. Let's go, man. Wake up. Cops are coming, we gotta go. Let's go. We gotta roll. Come on, bro.

Lucy: Are you okay?

Dusty: I'm gonna get back to you on that. What happened? What happened?

Lucy: I called the police from the back room. And then I saw the guy punching you and I hit him with a bottle.

Molly: A car just tore out of the parking garage and almost ran us over.

Craig: Lullaby, what are you doing here?

Lucy: I wanted to make sure that you were okay, after what happened at graduation. And when I got here there was this guy, and he grabbed me.

Craig: Oh, no, no, no. It's okay. It's okay.

Molly: Let me guess, your friends again?

Dusty: I never seen them before.

Molly: You know, I don't want to hear it. This is your fault, and it's gonna stop before somebody gets killed.

Alison: If I go back to living with your parents, then I'll just mess up again. Only this time, maybe I'll do something worse and they won't forgive me. And then they'll put pressure on you to get rid of me. And I could lose you for good.

Chris: I just wish that we could get a place of our own.

Alison: With what? You're saving up to get another condo. And I'll be paying Aaron back for the next three months. [Phone rings] Hold on. Hello?

Susan: Ali, are you all right?

Alison: Of course, why?

Susan: I just wanted to make sure that Chris wasn't giving you a hard time.

Alison: I'm in the middle of something important.

Susan: Also, I was wondering -- if you want to stay in your old room, because the guest room is bigger. Maybe you'd like me to put your things in there.

Alison: We can figure out the room stuff later, okay. I'll be home in about an hour. And then we can talk about it there.

Susan: Okay. We'll talk over lunch. I'm making taco salad. I got the recipe off the internet.

Alison: Okay great, Mom. I'll talk to you later.

Chris: You're moving back in to your mothers?

Alison: I think it's the best thing to do.

Chris: You know what? I think you're right. She already invited us. So why not take her up on it?

Alison: Did you just say us?

Chris: I love you, Alison. And I love living with you. So I'm not giving that up no matter where we have to go.

Alison: I can't believe this! I thought about asking you, but I never dreamed -- well, what about your parents? Won't they be angry that you're moving out?

Chris: Don't worry about my parents. I'll make it sound like it was my idea.

Alison: Well, how long will it take you to pack?

Chris: I'll grab a few things. I'll meet you at your mom's in an hour.

Alison: I am the luckiest person in the world.

Chris: Second luckiest.

Hal: Hey. How you feeling?

Dusty: Kind of like I got pistol whipped.

Hal: Dusty, can you remember anything about the men who attacked you?

Dusty: Nothing in particular, no. Just a couple of goons.

Molly: What a liar you are. You know exactly who those guys are, Dusty, and why they were here.

Dusty: And where do you get something like that?

Molly: You are such a loser. Why are you protecting them?

Katie: I think about everything we've been through. And part of me just wants to say "enough." It's never been easy between us, Simon. Maybe we're not as perfect for each other as I thought we were. But then I remember --

Simon: What?

Katie: How I just light up inside every time you walk into a room, how strong and safe I feel when you're with me. I mean, you're everything I ever wanted. I can't imagine not having you in my life.

Simon: And you are my life. What's the matter?

Katie: I'm sorry, I just -- I'm still a little nervous.

Simon: No, it's fine. It's too quick, you're right. We don't have to rush. Let's just put on some music, curl up on the couch. You know what? We don't even have to talk.

Katie: Let's just get out of here.

Simon: Fine. Where to?

Katie: I don't know. Somewhere fast. But you and I both know we're gonna end up in the bedroom if we stay here any longer.

Simon: Listen Katie, just be honest with me. That's all I want. Is it the nerves or is there something else?

Katie: I don't know. It's complicated.

Simon: Why? Mike.

Katie: Let's just go for a walk, okay?

Simon: Fine. Whatever you want.

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Margo: Doc, what are you doing?

Doc: Locking the door so we won't be disturbed.

Mike: I didn't come here to fight with Simon. If he had any idea what's been going on --

Katie: Simon is not the problem, Mike. You are.

Jessica: I heard about this fertility doctor through a paralegal that I worked with when I was D.A. And she got great results. Got was pregnant within a month.

Ben: So you decided to go ahead with this by yourself.

Jessica: Honestly, I didn't want you to try to talk me out of it.

Ben: Well, I am your husband, Jess. You know I'm supposed to be a part of this, too.

Jessica: Sweetheart, I know that. Of course you are a part of this. And I am not trying to take anything away from you. But you are much more patient than I am, Ben. Waiting for something to happen is driving me crazy.

Ben: Having a baby takes time. Maybe the longer it takes the happier we'll be when this baby actually comes.

Jessica: I don't need to be on pins and needles for the next several months to appreciate my child. I'll be just as happy without all the aggravation.

Ben: Oh, so that's what all this has been -- nothing but aggravation?

Jessica: I'm sorry. Bad choice of words. But Ben, not a day goes by that I am not anxious and afraid that we're not doing it enough or we're not doing it at the right time. Modern science can help us, so I did something about it. Well, if you're gonna be angry at me, that's not gonna help.

Ben: Look, you want me to understand that you're frustrated? I do. But if you're asking me if I'm cool with you taking fertility drugs, I'm sorry but I'm not.

Margo: Doc. What are you doing?

Doc: Locking the door so we won't be disturbed.

Margo: Are you serious? This is the ladies' locker room. I can call security.

Doc: Remember that conversation I was talking about? The one where you get a chance to boot me out of your life? Now's the time.

Margo: Well, you might have asked if I agreed?

Doc: Well, this is your chance to get rid of me. This is your chance to give it to me right between the eyes. How come you're not taking it?

Margo: 'Cause I don't like being ambushed, Doc.

Doc: Opportunity is knocking, Margo Hughes. Are you really gonna waste it?

Margo: All right. All right, Doc, you want to know how I really feel? Get ready, MVP, because you're about to find out.

Dusty: As I was telling Lieutenant Munson, I never saw these guys in my life.

Molly: But you know who sent them, don't you?

Hal: You got an answer to that? 'Cause I'd really like to hear it.

Dusty: I don't know anything for sure.

Hal: Care to hazard a guess, maybe throw out some names?

Dusty: Not really, Lieutenant, 'cause innocent people might get hurt, you know?

Molly: He doesn't know any innocent people. I'm telling you, a couple of his old pals have been hanging out here on and off. And they stopped by a little while ago, made threats about "his time being up."

Craig: You couldn't keep it on the level, could you?

Dusty: It's not like I invited them over.

Craig: Oh, is that supposed to give me comfort? Well, what would have happened if you hadn't been there? What would they have done to Lucy?

Hal: Montgomery, back off. I want a statement from you confirming what Molly told us.

Dusty: I'll give you a statement in a minute.

Craig: Dusty, stay away from her.

Lucy: Its okay, Daddy.

Dusty: No, your father's probably right about that. Don't answer any more questions. Just get out of here and take care of yourself.

Craig: Now you're worried about her after the damage is done. Nice.

Dusty: Take care of yourself. And thanks for having my back.

Craig: My car's outside. I'll take you.

Sierra: Lucy, are you all right?

Lucy: Yeah, Mom, I'm fine.

Sierra: There's all these police cars out front. What's going on here?

Lucy: I came here looking for Daddy, and then I saw these two strange men who grabbed me. Dusty stopped them before they could hurt me.

Sierra: Why would they want to hurt you? Was it some kind of robbery?

Craig: No, no, it's all right. Calm down. It's all over. Lucy's fine.

Sierra: No, it's not over. But it will be -- soon.

Katie: Mike. What are you doing here?

Mike: I heard Simon was back in town. I just wanted to make sure you were safe.

Simon: Oh, so you were worried about Katieís safety. So where were you when she was getting framed by your old girlfriend?

Katie: Simon, donít.

Simon: No, no, listen. I left here last time because you hammered it into me that I couldn't keep her safe but you could. And look what happened.

Mike: You don't know the whole story.

Simon: No, I know enough.

Katie: We're not going to do this now, okay? Simon, I need to talk to Mike. Alone.

Simon: Why? You know what, fine, I'm gonna leave.

Katie: No, you stay here. Stay, I'll go outside with him, okay? Okay.

Mike: I didn't come here to fight with Simon. If he had any idea what's been going on --

Katie: Simon is not the problem, Mike. You are.

Jessica: Ben, before I started on this drug I was torturing myself about what else I could to do to get pregnant. But now -- after just one day, I have peace of mind. I'm much more calm. I mean, doesn't that mean anything to you? Doesn't that matter at all?

Ben: Of course it does, but -- I want to talk to this doctor. I want to get more information on exactly what it is he's got you taking.

Jessica: Fine, I will give you his phone number. You can ask him whatever questions you like.

Ben: I want you to promise me you won't get crazy if you don't get pregnant right away?

Jessica: Well, that's not going to happen. But I promise.

Ben: There's one more thing I want you to do for me.

Jessica: Name it.

Ben: I want you to go home with me right now and work on making a baby the old- fashioned way.

Jessica: Right now?

Ben: Right now.

Jessica: Well, a little science, a little help from my husband. It's starting to sound better to me already.

Doc: All right, Margo, let her rip. Give me all the reasons why you want me to go away. I'm loud. I'm pushy.

Margo: You know what? Stop. Don't put words in my mouth, all right? Doc, I have been very flattered by your attention. I mean, you're hot. I mean, it's been very exciting for me.

Doc: Well, you know at this point I have to say this is going a hell of a whole lot better than I thought it would.

Margo: But do you know what? The mistake you're making -- the big mistake you're making is that you're confusing flirting for something, you know, genuine feelings. And it's just not going to work with me.

Doc: Maybe I just need to turn it up a notch.

Margo: You know, you don't even listen. Look, you're fun, you're talented. You're much brighter than you lead people to believe. But you're just not special to me, not in that way.

Doc: Well, that's what you say right now. But you give me one night.

Margo: No.

Doc: I'll change your mind about that.

Margo: No, there's only one man that's special to me, and that's my husband Tom. And you can't compete with him. You're not even in the same game. So, you know, why don't you just aim all of this attention to somebody else. Because you don't have a chance with me, doc, not in a million years.

Doc: I guess letting a guy down easy just isn't your style, is it?

Margo: Well, I've tried haven't I? I've tried humor, you don't get it. I've tried being gracious, you don't get it. Do you get it now? Can this finally end?

Alison: Mom? Are you here? I have some incredible news. Note.

Chris: Hey, Gram. Mom, Dad. Everyone okay?

Kim: We were wondering the same thing about you.

Chris: I'm fine.

Nancy: You and Alison work things out?

Chris: Yeah, we're cool. Except that she decided to move back in with her mom.

Bob: Well, she doesn't have to do that.

Kim: So much for things blowing over.

Nancy: Would you like me to talk to her. I wouldn't like her to feel she wasn't welcome.

Chris: Uh, no, she doesn't. But her mind's made up. So I'm not going to fight it.

Bob: Well, you'll still see plenty of her. Maybe it'll make your time together more special.

Chris: I don't think that's gonna be necessary, Dad, because I'm gonna move in there with her.

Nancy: What?

Kim: Into Susan Stewartís house?

Chris: I want to be with Alison.

Nancy: This isn't a decision you should make in a day, dear. Why don't you wait for a few weeks and see how you feel then?

Bob: You know, your grandmother has a point. This is a big move. Why don't you take some time and think it through.

Kim: That's not really gonna make any difference. Chris is in love with Alison. And his work schedule being what it is, they have little enough time together. Actually, it sounds like a pretty good solution for both of you.

Chris: Wow. Well, thank you, Mom. I wasn't sure that you'd understand.

Kim: Well, I want you to be happy. You know that. And if that's what it takes, then that's okay with me.

Katie: I love you, Mike. A part of me always will. But I have to be honest, too. I was stuck in that mental hospital because you didn't believe in me.

Mike: I tried to. I wanted to be fair. But there were so many contradictions I couldn't understand.

Katie: The thing is, when you love someone, deep down in your heart, you don't have to try to be fair. You take their side, whether they're right or wrong. You defend against anyone who wants to hurt them.

Mike: Pilar showed up on my doorstep bleeding. I had no reason to suspect her.

Katie: That's not what this is about, okay? You said that you loved me, and then you picked someone else over me.

Mike: Okay, Mike's the bad guy and Simonís the hero.

Katie: No, I'm not blaming you for anything, okay? You said you loved me, and I couldn't commit. I mean, what were you supposed to do -- stop living? You were just trying to get on with your life the best way you could.

Mike: There was a time in my life I thought I was gonna spend the rest of my life with you. You know, have kids and grow old. You made me very happy. I just never wanted it to end, that's all.

Katie: Neither did I. You're a wonderful person, Mike. You know at a time when I thought I had nothing left, you gave me something to live for. And I'll never be able to thank you for that. But what we had is over. I think you know that as well as I do.

Mike: Simon's back in town for good this time? You really believe that?

Katie: I'm beginning to, yeah.

Mike: I'm glad you're happy.

Katie: I am. Simon is my husband. A long time ago, we promised each other that we'd have a life together. And now we can have that.

Mike: Make it a good one, angel.

Kim: Okay, Chris is on his way. He says he'll stop by this weekend for the rest of his stuff.

Bob: You handled that beautifully, my darling.

Nancy: Far better than we did.

Kim: Well, I meant what I said. I do want him to be happy, of course. And --

Bob: What's so amusing?

Kim: Oh, I was just thinking about Chris living at Susanís. How long that's gonna last.

Chris: Hey.

Alison: Oh, you're here already. I was just about to grab us something special for dinner.

Chris: Well, we'll worry about that later. Because I want you to be here when I move in.

Alison: Well, sure of course. But we still have to do something to celebrate.

Chris: Why don't we start with this?

Susan: Ali, are you here?

Alison: Well, is there anything else in the car? 'Cause I'm not leaving so I can help you unpack.

Chris: Yeah, actually my medical bag is in the back seat. I think you can handle it.

Alison: Okay, well, you bring that stuff in, and I'll meet you upstairs.

Chris: Okay.

Dusty: I'd say about 5'8" 6', maybe. Medium build.

Hal: You know, giving me a description like that is about as helpful as saying homosapiens.

Dusty: Like Lucy said, everything was happening very fast.

Molly: What is wrong with you, Dusty? You've got the chance to nail this bum, and you're walking away from it.

Sierra: Well, I just spoke to Lily and she insisted on coming down here. I got your grandmother to agree just to have the cook make you some soup.

Lucy: Okay. I just don't want to keep telling the story over and over.

Craig: There's no need to mobilize the family, sierra. Lucy's gonna be fine.

Sierra: I know she's gonna be fine, but with no help from you or your partner.

Craig: It was a freak occurrence, all right? I can tell you, itís not gonna happen again.

Sierra: Well, I will agree with you on that, especially since I've just booked her flight back to Montega.

Craig: For when?

Sierra: This afternoon. She'll be on the same flight with Alan and myself.

Craig: You're taking Lucy today? No, no, I won't allow that.

Margo: Someone's gonna want to get in here.

Doc: One last word before you go?

Margo: Other than good-bye?

Doc: You may believe what you said is true. But I know better. You're just hiding behind your words.

Margo: You know, I don't really have the patience for this.

Doc: You want me, Margo. As intensely as I want you.

Margo: You know what, Doc? You really gotta work on that ego of yours, 'cause it's pretty big. You're gonna trip over it someday. All right, so I tried.

Henry: Hey. I thought I'd wait around and see how things worked out.

Mike: Henry, get out of my house now.

Henry: That good, huh? You know, I've heard it's good to talk these things out.

Mike: Henry, if you don't get out of my house I'm gonna throw you out the window.

Henry: Got it. I got it. You know, I would like to share some words of wisdom with you. But I don't know any. Talk to you soon.

Simon: Look, I'm sorry. You okay?

Katie: I'm wonderful.

Simon: Where's Mike?

Katie: Gone.

Simon: Look, I know you don't want to stay here. Let's get out of here. Come on.

Katie: Oh, stop it. We're gonna stay here. Right here.

Simon: What's changed?

Katie: I was just complicating something that is really simple. What Mike and I had is way gone. You're here now, and you're never going to leave me again. So anyone and anything else just doesn't matter.

On the next "As the World Turns" --

Jill: Looking for your wife, Mr. Hughes?

Tom: Hi, I am.

Jennifer: I really don't think you need to worry, Rosanna.

Rosanna: I wasn't addressing you, Jennifer. In fact, I'm not so sure I want you around my child at all.

Dusty: We don't know this.

Molly: Listen, you need a description of this creep I'll give it to you. I'll tell you everything you need to know.

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