As The World Turns Transcript Thursday 7/22/04
Proofread by Emma
Henry: Wait, wait, wait.
Mike: What now?
Henry: I had a poppy seed bagel for breakfast --
Mike: Your teeth are fine.
Henry: Okay, there's nothing less appealing than a smile peppered with poppy seeds.
Mike: I'll try to remember that.
Henry: And how's my cologne?
Mike: You're asking the wrong guy.
Henry: What are you wearing?
Mike: What am I wearing?
Henry: What is it, musk, musk and more musk?
Mike: Okay, you get any closer, I'll swear out a complaint.
Henry: One more thing, she's mine, you understand? Okay? We get to the Lakeview, you suddenly remember that you have to level a deck or deck a level or whatever it's going to take to get you and your musky tools outta there.
Mike: Fine. Whatever.
Hal: What can I do for you boys?
Henry: Nothing. Not a thing. We're just browsing.
Mike: We're here to pick up Nikki.
Hal: Nikki? She signed out a while ago.
Henry: But, what? We have a date. She promised.
Hal: Well, I wouldn't know about that.
Henry: Well, where'd she go?
Hal: Beats me. But, maybe she stood you up because of that cologne -- or whatever it is you've got between your teeth. It looks like poppy seeds or something.
Emily: So, did you figure out the clue yet?
Chris: What clue?
Emily: What clue? The clue your father and you were staring at a few minutes ago. What's with you? I thought you were really into this contest.
Chris: Well, yeah, and I thought that you quit.
Emily: Well, I did. But, like I told you, I'm back in.
Chris: Didn't you have plans with Hal?
Emily: I tried, he -- he got busy. It happens.
Chris: It happens a lot?
Emily: Can we talk about the clue?
Chris: Yeah, sure. Emily, I just thought, if you wanted to talk --
Emily: There's nothing to talk about. Come on, half the town is after this key. Let's go, the clue -- "a treasure chest is the goal of many, but without youth it isn't worth a penny."
Lisa: My dear, when you walk into the ballroom in this sequined gown --
Mrs. Bevington: And I have your word? Bunny Farnsworth will never get her hands on this dress?
Lisa: Sheila, would I ever do a thing like that? Besides, this gown is just a one of a kind, darling. And when you think about it, bunny doesn't have your figure -- oh, she could never carry it off.
Mrs. Bevington: Oh, Lisa -- you're my secret weapon.
Lisa: Yes. Alison? Honey, Iím so sorry that I left you -- Alison?
Alison: Okay, this is it. So, the key must be in this Old Mill. But there's a lot of territory to cover, so we should start inside first.
Aaron: Well, the clue is a treasure hunt.
Alison: Like a pirate's treasure? Or what about on the cereal box? You know, the Irish man with the pot of gold?
Aaron: So, what do we look for, a rainbow? I mean, seriously.
Kevin: How did you get here?
Alison: What, do you think that you're the only person with a brain, Kevin?
Aaron: Obviously not, since we did get here first.
Dean: You found the key?
Kevin: Because we have five keys. And at last count you had what, like one?
Dean; Unless you found the key.
Alison: Well, maybe we did and maybe we didnít.
Kevin: They don't have it.
Dean: I'm going to look outside.
Kevin: Nice dress.
Alison: Well, enjoy it, Kevin. Because this is as close as you'll ever come to a bride. No, I saw it first!
Kevin: Well, that's as close as you'll ever get to it.
Alison: No. No. Don't touch the dress.
Kevin: So what. You'll never understand it.
Alison: No, that's mine! Kevin -- I got it first. It's mine! Give it to me. Give it to me.
Kevin: Not anymore.
Alison: I had it first. No, that's not fair. You stole that map from me!
Jack: Oh, that water felt so good.
Carly: Yes, good, but cold.
Jack: I'll take a pond over a pool any day, Iíll tell you that.
Carly: Me, too. I'm just glad Emma can't see us from her window.
Jack: Why's that, Mrs. Snyder?
Carly: Because I do believe my husband is getting ideas.
Jack: I meant what I said, you know. About wanting another child. And another, and another -- little girls just like their mommy. Blonde curls, bad tempers.
Carly: I see. Well then, why don't we go ahead and get started on your project. Unless you think we have to get home.
Jack: No, Emmaís got the kids. I've got one of my best guys looking after Molly. We've got all the time in the world.
Molly: You killed him.
Starziak: I've got nothing to lose.
Molly: I promise, I promise I won't testify.
Starziak: You're right, you wonít.
Molly: Why make it any worse for yourself? I was never going to testify. When you told me to back off, I promised I would. I was just stopping by to say goodbye to my family. Please, you can take me anywhere. I'll go to Pittsburgh. I'll go to New Orleans. I promise. I swear you will never see me again.
Starziak: And neither will anyone else.
Emily: What is all that?
Chris: Well, I got a phone book, I got an almanac, Oakdale street guide --
Emily: Well, that's great, but this is all we need.
Chris: What, you just carry that around with you?
Emily: Yeah, actually I do. And I think we're making too much out of this little clue. I mean, "without youth" could just mean old, right?
Chris: Right. Well, what's old in Oakdale? We got the Old Hickory Barbecue, we got the Old Garden Center, we got the Old Reliable.
Emily: What's the clue again?
Chris: Okay. "A treasure chest is the goal of many, but "old" isn't worth a penny."
Emily: And guess what isn't worth a penny.
Chris: Mil -- it's an ancient coin of little value, less than a penny. But --
Emily: Old Mill.
Chris: Oh, you're a genius.
Emily: We should get going.
Chris: Let's go.
Emily: Let's go. Oh, get the paper.
Chris: After you.
Emily: You get the paper.
Kim: Yoo hoo.
Lisa: Oh, hi, honey.
Kim: You almost ready? I hope you are because, I just hung your "closed" sign up --
Lisa: Oh, thanks. Yeah, I'm almost ready.
Kim: Listen, you know what? There's a great new Thai restaurant over on Commerce Street. I thought maybe you'd rather eat there than at Lakeview. What do you think?
Lisa: Bite your tongue. You know Lakeview is my pride and joy.
Kim: Ah. Okay, okay. Honey, is everything all right?
Lisa: Well, I don't really know. Alison was in here earlier trying on wedding gowns --
Kim: Oh. Did she buy anything?
Lisa: I don't really know. You see, she was trying on this very expensive gown, and Sheila Bevington came in --
Kim: I bet she was looking for something for the benefit.
Lisa: You know how picky she can be. So I left Alison in the wedding gown and I took Sheila and started to help her. And then I came back to help Alison, and she was -- she wasn't here.
Kim: Well, letís see. Let me guess. She's canceled the engagement and she's moving to California.
Lisa: Well, I hope not. Certainly not with my gown.
Kim: What do you mean?
Lisa: Honey, I have looked everywhere. I looked for the gown. I looked in the dressing room, I looked in the racks, couldn't be found. But, you know what I found? Alison's clothes in the dressing room.
Kim: Well, she's probably in the bathroom.
Lisa: No, no, no, no. She's nowhere to be found.
Kim: Well, she certainly wouldn't -- walk out in it. You think?
Lisa: I don't know what to think. Now, I hate to accuse anyone, but, oh my, this was a very expensive gown.
Kim: Well, so, what are you going to do?
Lisa: The only thing I can do.
Alison: This is so unfair, we got here first. I saw that treasure chest first, and I found that map first. And now he's going to win? And it's $300,000, Aaron. Do you know you could buy with $300,000? You could get a two bedroom condo with a pool and a wet bar and two parking spaces. If he just hadn't torn the map. That's it. Aaron. Aaron, we could go to the paper and we could show them the torn map. And then they'll have to believe us. Aaron. Oh, let's go, let's go, let's go. Come on.
Aaron: I know where this place is.
Alison: Where what is?
Aaron: This place. This place on the map. It's by the pond. This is the Old Duck Blinds.
Alison: Where they used to go hunting?
Aaron/Alison: Treasure hunt!
Alison: But they have the, they have the part with the "x" on it.
Aaron: It doesn't matter. Look how small the scale is. Look, an inch is like a yard here. If I get us to the Duck Blinds, then the "x" has to be maybe 10 feet, 20 feet away.
Alison: Yeah, but what if they've already found it?
Aaron: Then we just take our ripped half to the newspaper and complain. And if they haven't --
Alison: Then we beat them to it!
Alison: Come on.
Carly: Hey, Jack, will you give me my shirt? Do you realize how long it's been since we've had an afternoon to ourselves? We really should do this more often, just you and me and nothing planned. Oh, Jack. Jack. I'm going to keep these, and then dry them, and then press them in a books so Iíll never forget this day.
Jack: I'm starving.
Carly: I wonder why.
Jack: You want to hit Mabelís on the way home?
Carly: Oh yeah.
Molly: My cousin is a cop. And he will hunt you down.
Starziak: I don't think so. Not when he realizes that his family could be next.
[Gunshot and Molly screams]
Molly: My husband -- he had so much money, and I'll give you all of it. I promise. You can take me with you, I'll help you get away.
Starziak: And then what? I let you go and you go crying to your cousin.
Molly: No, no, no, no!
Starziak: Let me tell you something about the law. That cop? That's my third strike. There's no way Iím spending the rest of my life in a cell. Say goodbye, Molly.
Molly: No, no!
[Starziak yells in pain]
Lucy: Until today, I never officially realized what "shopping till you drop" meant. But now, Iíve dropped.
Lucinda: Well, my darling. That's what we said hours and hours ago. Then we had ourselves a stiff lemonade, and low and behold, we got our second wind.
Lucy: Well, that may be true. But just so that you know, there will be no third wind. I think I have every piece of clothing that Iíll ever need and more.
Lucinda: I don't know about that. What about a nice little black dress?
Lucy: No, I don't think so.
Lucinda: Oh, honey, come on. With sexy shoes to wear to the dean's reception? The reception for the incoming freshmen?
Lucy: Reception? No, no, I don't think so. Maybe back in your day, when things were a little more civilized.
Lucinda: Where did you get that idea? Oh, my darling. The '60s were decidedly uncivilized, and that's on record.
Lucy: Well, either way, I don't think I'll be needing a little black dress for any receptions. I mean it, Iím done.
Lucinda: I do envy you so.
Lucinda: Well, 'cause you're heading into uncharted territories with new friends, new experiences, new horizons.
Lucy: Just because it's new doesn't mean that it's going to be better than here.
Lucinda: Of course it's going to be better.
Lucy: How can you be so sure?
Lucinda: Sweetheart, just wait. First few weeks, you're just going to be giddy, giddy, with the taste of freedom.
Lucy: Yeah, but freedom from what?
Lucinda: From people, who because they're older than you are, think they're wiser.
Lucy: People like Dusty Donovan?
Lucinda: Or me, or Lily. You know, people who keep throwing free advice at you, as well as little black dresses.
Lucy: No, I have no problem with free advice. You know why? Because I don't have to take it if I don't want to. I make my own decisions.
Henry: She stood me up on our first date.
Mike: It wasn't exactly a date, Henry. We were just supposed to hang out together.
Henry: Well, it would've been. As soon as you left.
Mike: Come on. I'll buy you a beer, we'll shoot some pool.
Mike: It's better than going home and staring at the walls.
Henry: Yeah, the cottage is so empty with Katie gone. But who needs 'em, anyway, huh? As long as we've got each other.
Henry: And a big glass of vodka, with just a stern look at the vermouth.
Bar patron: Yeah, that's what Iím talking about. That's what I'm talking about.
[Laughter arises from the crowd watching the pool game]
Hawk: Looks like the hustler just got hustled. I told you not to take that bet, bubba.
Bubba: I didn't see you taking the cue out of my hand.
Nikki: Ah, but he left that up to me. Pay up, big guy. Unless you want go again.
Emily: Okay. So far so good.
Chris: Yeah, either we beat the competition here, or they've already come and gone.
Emily: A treasure chest. Go look! Look, look, look!
Chris: Come and gone.
Emily: That is so not fair. You know, you figure out the clue, you should at least get the stupid key.
Chris: We'll get the next one, okay?
Emily: Yeah, if there is a next one. Don't you read the paper? The computer whiz. He has all five keys. He probably has this key, which means no more $300,000. Alison's $300,000.
Chris: Its okay, Emily. She'll survive.
Emily: Yeah, she'll survive. I forgot, she's marrying a doctor. She will survive. Well, it was fun while it lasted, right?
Chris: And who knows, maybe it's not over.
Chris: You hungry?
Emily: Maybe. What do you have in mind?
Chris: Well, we solved the clue. I figure we, at least, deserve a treat.
Emily: I like treats.
Chris: A "tons o' fun" sundae at Al's?
Emily: Are you kidding me? Have you ever had that?
Chris: What do you think?
Emily: I'm thinking, I remember Daniel that. It took three of us to finish it.
Chris: Well, it sounds like a challenge to me.
Emily: All right. You're on, partner. Let's go. Oh, ow!
Chris: Emily? Emily, Emily, Emily. Are you all right?
Emily: Oh God, my hand.
Lisa: Well, I told you. She's not here.
Susan: Obviously, she's gone. She's not a patient girl, maybe she got tired of waiting -- she hung up the dress somewhere and left.
Lisa: You know something, Susan, you're not listening to what I'm trying to tell you. The dress is not here.
Susan: What are you implying?
Lisa: I've looked everywhere for the dress. And her clothes were left back there in the dressing room. So, what do you think this girl did? Do you think she just waltzed out of here in her bra and panties?
Susan: Well, I don't know. I don't know what happened.
Lisa: Well I do. Your daughter walked out of my shop without paying for the dress.
Alison: You were right, they haven't found the key.
Kevin: Hey, how did you get here?
Alison: From the map. The one that I found and you stole.
Kevin: Well you might as well take that dress back home because we already found the key.
Aaron: Oh really? Let's see it.
Kevin: Yeah, so you can steal it?
Alison: You're so lying, if you had the key, then you'd be home by now. Aaron, check out over there and I'll look over here, okay?
Alison: You're a brave, duck. All this noise and you didn't fly away? It's a decoy.
Kevin: What did you find?
Alison: Nothing. Just a duck. Aaron!
Kevin: That duck is mine.
Alison: Aaron. No, go fish.
Molly: No. No!
Starziak: Get up.
Starziak: Suit yourself. If only I had a little more time.
Molly: We can make time.
Jack: Honey, all right. Okay, listen to me. I want you to do something for me. I want you to go back to the car and call Hal. Now, go, go, go.
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[Aaron and Alison laughing]
Jack: Freeze. Molly, that's enough. Carly? Carly, get his handcuffs for me, please. Don't move. Don't make a single move.
Carly: Molly. Molly, are you okay?
Molly: He was going to kill me --
Starziak: My arm! She broke my freakin' arm.
Jack: You're lucky she didn't break your head. You killed a cop! Sit down!
Molly: He tried to kill me. He said he was a three time loser, and he wasn't going back.
Carly: No, no, honey. Jack is not going to let him hurt you, I promise. I promise.
Molly: Please. Please just get him out of here.
Jack: I'm workin' on it, Moll.
Hal: Munson. Who? Kane? Oh my God, he's got two kids. What about Molly?
Jack: She's hanging in there.
Hal: Did he hurt her?
Jack: She hurt him. Busted his arm with a poker.
Hal: Good for her.
Jack: We're gonna need an ambulance, Hal. And the M.E.
Hal: I'll make the calls, send over a unit to bring in Starziak.
Jack: You call Kaneís wife?
Jack: Tell her Iíll be over later. After I get my family squared away.
Hal: I'll tell her. And Jack, be careful.
Jack: Yeah. Carly. Hal's sending a unit over for backup and an ambulance. Why don't you take Molly over to the hospital?
Molly: No, no, no. I don't want to go to the hospital. I want to stay here --
Jack: Molly, you need to get checked out.
Molly: No, I'm fine.
Starziak: For now.
Molly: Will you get him out of here, please!
Carly: Shh, it's okay, Molly. Its okay, it's okay.
Nikki: Sorry, you guys. I had the worst day at work, I completely forgot we had plans. Forgive me?
Henry: What? What? Forgive you? What is to forgive? Here we are, you and me -- it must be fate. Kismet.
Mike: It's not a problem.
Henry: And, you know, if you need someone to talk to, I am a great listener.
Nikki: Actually, what I need is another drink. You mind, Howard? The bartender knows what Iím drinking. I'm sorry, I had rotten day.
Mike: Henry is a good guy.
Nikki: Uh huh.
Mike: No, no, he really is. Look, I went through some stuff a while back with a good friend of his. Anyway, I gave her a hard time. I was wrong about a lot of things. And he really stuck by her. I owe him a lot.
Nikki: Where is this friend?
Mike: In Australia with her husband. Anyway, I'd really appreciate it if you gave him another chance.
Nikki: For you, anything. Only I can't.
Nikki: It's my last night in Oakdale. I leave town tomorrow morning.
Emily: What are you doing?
Chris: I'm making you a bandage.
Emily: Oh. A doctor and a boy scout. You really are a catch. Ow.
Chris: Oh. Sorry, sorry. Just bear with me.
Emily: Yeah. Oh, it hurts.
Chris: Okay. All right. Can you wiggle your fingers? Okay, that good. That's good. I don't think you damaged any of the tendons.
Emily: That's good, right? That's a good thing. Oh, God. I cannot stand the sight of blood. I mean, Daniel, ouch --
Emily: -- He skins his knee, busts his lip, I take care of him. No problem. But, me? I get a hangnail and I --
Chris: So don't look at your hand, look at me. You're going to be all right, Em. I promise.
Lisa: And Aaron was here.
Susan: Aaron was here?
Susan: What was he doing here?
Lisa: I have no idea. But they were talking about that contest that's in the newspaper. Then, Sheila Bevington came in. And I had to get her set up in a dressing room. And when I came back, Aaron was gone, Alison was gone -- and the dress was gone. That's when I called you.
Susan: Why did you call Kim? So you could both gang up on my daughter?
Lisa: Why no --
Kim: I was already here, Susan. I was here because Lisa and I have a dinner date. And as far as Alison is concerned, she managed to do this all on her own.
Susan: Do what on her own? I'm sure there's a perfectly logical explanation.
Aaron: Oh my God, Alison, the dress!
Alison: Who cares about the dress? Look at what Iíve got.
[Both scream with delight]
Kevin: So, you have two keys and we still have five.
Alison: Yeah, but you're never going to get the sixth. We're gonna beat them!
[Cheers and laughter]
Lucinda: Here's to you, my darling. I can't wait to see you spread your wings.
Lucy: Don't you think it's a little early?
Lucinda: For what?
Lucy: Good-bye. I mean, it's not like I'm leaving tomorrow.
Lucinda: No, but honey, it's going to be sooner than you think. That's why I just wanted to give you something. I wanted to give it to you now.
Lucy: Well, what is it?
Lucinda: It's just something that belonged to me once.
Lucy: Oh, thank you. It's so pretty.
Lucinda: Oh, darling. It's a dime a dozen. It's a circle pin. When I was your age, everybody wore them. All the girls that wrote into contests in magazines, and went to college. And had clothes and wonderful hair and manners. All the people that I had no use for.
Lucinda: Because I wasn't one of them. And they knew it, I hadn't had their advantages. Well, someone noticed that underneath my raging ambition and my raging attitude, that I had something that I wanted. A secret. I wanted somebody to like me. Not everybody, just somebody to think that I had potential and value.
Lucy: And this person gave you this?
Lucinda: For my birthday. And then I had something that I had never had before. I had -- I had the pin. But, I had a friend. Honey, it opened up my life.
Lucy: Well then, you should keep it.
Lucinda: No. No, I want you to have it. I do. And you don't have to wear it, God forbid. But you could take it out from time to time, look at it, and just remember. Change can be good. Life can open up in ways that you never dreamed of. Okay? I know. I know there are things that you're afraid to leave behind because you're not sure because nobody can tell you what's going to replace them. But there's a big world out there. It's full of wonderful surprises.
Lucy: Is there something wrong with loving the world I'm in now?
Lucinda: Oh, no, honey, no. But, just keep open to the future.
Mike: D.C.'s a nice place to visit.
Nikki: Nah, I hate it. They have me in this cubicle. I can hear the guy next to me, he's a mouth breather. [Mike laughs] all I do all day long is stare at my computer screen and dream about what Iím going to have for lunch. Not what I signed up for.
Mike: Which was?
Nikki: To be a supercop, like my dad. That's why this case was so important to me. It was my one chance to prove myself in the field, and I blew it.
Mike: I don't believe that.
Nikki: I lost the suspect. Trust me, it's over. They're gonna stick me back behind that computer screen. "Here lies Nikki Munson, she died of boredom."
Mike: So quit your job. Tell your boss what he can do with his computer and come work for your dad.
Nikki: Don't think I haven't thought about it. But losing that suspect hasn't exactly endeared me to the Oakdale PD. Unless I want to make shakes at Al's Diner, I don't think there's much hope for me here.
Henry: All right, here's a martini for me, some domestic swill for you and JD for the lovely little lady.
Nikki: Thank you, Henry.
Henry: You remembered my name.
Mike: Don't look at me.
Nikki: I was just teasing you before. I know your name. And I know that you're a very supportive guy.
Henry: Yeah, that's me. Supportive. I'm glad you noticed.
Molly: Get him out of here please, Jack.
Starziak: What the matter, Molly? You afraid of me?
Molly: You either take him out of here, or give me a gun! He tried to kill me!
Starziak: I'll kill you yet, you -- aah!
Jack: Want me to break your other arm, too? I will.
Carly: All right, let's go upstairs.
Molly: No, no, not until he's gone.
Jack: Okay, you know what? Fine. I'll bring him to the hospital myself.
Carly: No. No, Jack. Hal said to wait for backup.
Molly: Don't you understand? Don't you understand? As long as he's here, none of us are safe.
Starziak: But it's you I want, baby.
Carly: You're perfectly safe. Jack and I are here, Molly.
Molly: Please? Please, Jack, just take him out of here.
Jack: Okay, fine. You're coming with me. Come on. Call Hal, tell him to send a unit over to the hospital.
Carly: No. Jack, this is not a very good idea.
Starziak: Listen to your wife, Jack. Why break up the party?
Jack: Because the party's over, buddy.
Carly: Jack --
Jack: Call Emmaís. Tell her she can keep the kids.
Carly: No, please. Please, just lock him in the car. The ambulance will be here in a minute.
Jack: It will be okay. I'll call you when I get there.
Cop: Oakdale Police Department. Oh yeah, hang on, Mrs. Snyder. Lieutenant, Carly Snyderís on five.
Hal: Carly? You okay?
Carly: I hope so.
Hal: Where's Jack?
Carly: We had kind of a situation here, and Jack thought it best to bring Starziak to the hospital himself.
Hal: He didn't wait for backup?
Carly: I don't think he had much of a choice, Hal. He asked me to call you, to ask you if you would send a unit over to the hospital.
Hal: Are you okay there by yourself?
Carly: Yeah. It's just that the body, Officer Kane, is still here on the floor. And I'd really like the paramedics to take a look at my cousin. Do you think they'll be there soon?
Hal: They should be there any minute.
Hal: It's gonna be okay.
Chris: So, we should probably get you over to the hospital, to get this cleaned and dressed.
Emily: Oh, great.
Chris: When was the last time you had a tetanus shot?
Emily: I don't know.
Chris: Well, we'll have to get you one of those then, too. Come on.
Emily: Whoa! Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Chris: You okay?
Emily: Yeah. I'm fine.
Chris: Come on. Oh, sorry, you're too late.
Emily: Yeah, we got here, the key was already gone. Sorry.
Chris: You're welcome to look around.
Emily: Oh, well, wait, no, no, don't -- I mean, you can, but be careful. There are rusty nails everywhere. I actually fell on one. Oh, God.
Chris: Excuse us. Faints at the sight of blood.
Susan: Alison, its Mom. I need you to call me ASAP as soon as you get this message. I'm at Fashions, and -- we need to know where you are --
Lisa: Yeah, and what'd you do with the dress?
Susan: And where you left that dress, okay? Call me!
Kim: You know what? Maybe I should leave a message for Chris.
Susan: Oh, no, no, no. There's no need to get Chris involved. As a matter of fact, Iíll bet Alison loved the dress so much she rushed out of here to the hospital just to show me that beautiful, beautiful dress.
Lisa: Oh, my golly --
Susan: Alison? What happened?
Lisa: Yeah, what happened to my dress? Oh, it's ruined.
Alison: I'm sorry, it was an accident. I fell in the pond.
Susan: What were you doing at the pond in a wedding dress?
Alison: I couldn't get it off, there's so many buttons. And there's this really creepy guy named Kevin. And he was about to get the sixth key, he already has five keys, he was about to win, so we ran over there --
Susan: Wait. Just back up. Is this about that stupid contest?
Alison: Mom, it's not a stupid contest. If I win, then I get $300,000. And look, I only need four more keys and then I'll win. And I can buy a dozen wedding dresses.
Lisa: Honey, you've already bought this wedding dress, one and somebody is going to have to pay for it.
Alison: Mom, I promise that I will pay you back as soon as I win.
Lisa: Do you want this gift-wrapped?
Henry: So, tell me. Do you play poker? I mean, you must. Obviously, such a pool shark --
Nikki: I played a little in college.
Henry: Yeah, right. And you only drove the car on Sundays, right? Well, I'm willing to take a chance, bet my shirt and anything else. What do you say we find a nice little quiet place and a deck of cards, hmm?
Nikki: I'm sorry, Henry. That's very nice of you, but -- [cell phone rings] excuse me, I have to take this.
Henry: Well, I knew she'd go for me if she was given half a chance. By the way, I think it's about time you had that emergency we discussed.
Hal: I just got a call from Jack. He's on his way in with Starziak.
Nikki: There is a God.
Hal: I thought that might cheer you up.
Nikki: I'm on my way. That was the station, I have to go.
Henry: What about our game?
Nikki: I'm sorry.
Carly: Hey! Hey, it's okay. It's just me.
Molly: I'm sorry.
Carly: Its okay, God, I understand.
Molly: When is this going to be over?
Molly: That's what they said when they put me in protective custody and look what happened.
Carly: Look at it this way, you probably won't need to testify now.
Carly: It's the ambulance and a squad car.
Molly: Thank God.
Carly: Now just let Jack get to the hospital, and it'll all be over.
[Cell phone rings]
Carly: Are you there yet?
Jack: Almost. You call Hal?
Carly: Yeah, I did, Jack. You know, he's not very happy about you taking off on your own.
Jack: It's not like I had a choice. How's Molly?
Carly: She's calmer. The paramedics are checking her out now.
Jack: Good. Is he going to send a unit over to the hospital?
Carly: Yeah. I just want that maniac out of your car.
Jack: Me, too. I gotta go.
Carly: I love you.
Jack: Love you, too.
Starziak: What about me, Jack? Do you love me?
Jack: Drop the knife, Starziak, drop it.
Starziak: Keep your eyes on the road. Do what I tell you. Or you'll never see your wife again.
On the next "As the World Turns" --
Jill: I've been just sick about everything that's going on. And I decided I need to speak with you.
Tom: About what?
Jill: It's about your wife and Doc Reese.
Parker: Where's Daddy?
Parker: Something's happening. Something bad.
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