As The World Turns Transcript Friday 11/05/04
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Jennifer: No service? This is 2004, right? I mean, enough with the dead zones already. Well, that was fast. If we hurry, we might even make our flight.
Mike: Eh, it would be kind of hard driving on three tires and a rim.
Jennifer: What happened to the spare?
Mike: There isn't one. There's nothing in that tire boot, except a candy wrapper and a flare.
Jennifer: This is great. This is great. My life back home is total chaos, because my mother is a psycho, and I can't do a thing about it, because I'm stuck in the middle of nowhere.
Mike: You'll get home eventually.
Jennifer: That's not good enough, Mike. I have to make that plane.
Mike: What are you gonna do? Are you gonna walk to the airport?
Jennifer: I -- I don't know what I'll do, but Will needs me, and my phone is out of range. Oh, maybe yours works.
Mike: I doubt it.
Jennifer: You know, if I could just get to Will and hear that he's okay, and -- why is this thing not working?
Mike: Probably because it needs to be charged.
Jennifer: You didn't charge your phone?
Mike: No, you can't use it on the plane. I figured I'd charge it when I got back to Oakdale.
Jennifer: You always charge your phone, Mike, for situations like this -- in case of an emergency.
Mike: This is not an emergency. This is an adventure.
Ben: Normal -- completely, 100% normal.
Carly: So the amnesia wasn't caused by any injury.
Ben: Apparently not. So when Jack's case is reviewed, the judge could rule that the medical care he received at St. Genevieve hospital was adequate. No lasting physiological or neural damage.
Jack: I knew it. I knew it. Julia, I'm fine.
Julia: That's wonderful. Honey, should I come back later? I don't want to intrude.
Carly: No, if you want to stay, stay.
Ben: Any more question?
Jack: Yeah. When can I get out of this place?
Ben: Soon. Unfortunately, Dr. Ramirez had to leave on a family emergency, but I can get you signed out.
Jack: Oh, thank you, Dr. Harris. I appreciate it.
Ben: You used to call me Ben.
Carly: I -- I'll be right back. Ben, the fact that there's nothing physical about this, does that mean it's less likely that Jack will get his memory back?
Ben: No, not necessarily. It's just a little harder to predict an outcome when we can't find a cause.
Carly: Right. I -- I was just so hoping there was something that you could fix.
Ben: I know.
Carly: Because whenever I think about the fact that Jack may never remember me and the kids, that our entire life together might be forgotten forever.
Ben: No, we don't know that, Carly.
Carly: I know, I know. He is remembering some things.
Ben: Isolated fragments, which are important, but it would be a lot more encouraging to see something that's more linear, something that shows a progression of thought -- one memory rising from another, kind of a building process. You just have to give it more time.
Carly: What do you do if your time is running out?
Rafael: Go down, man. Go down.
Aaron: Come on, hit me! Hit me, damn it! Hit me!
[Cheers and applause]
Referee: One, two, three --
Lucy: Come on, Aaron, get up.
Sal: Pi-yow! The punk is down, right on schedule.
Lucy: What schedule?
Sal: Mama, put the beer on ice, 'cause Papa just hit pay dirt.
Lucy: I think Aaron’s really hurt.
Craig: No, maybe he's just stunned.
Sal: You guys are gonna need to keep it down. I got to make a few calls.
Craig: Yes, you do that.
Alison: Lift your head off the mat, Aaron! Come on! Wake up!
Dusty: Stay down, kid. Stay down.
[Cheers and applause]
Rafael: You gotta get up!
Alison: He can't wake up. Oh, my God!
Referee: Hey, out of the ring, buddy.
Holden: That's my son!
Rafael: I killed him. I killed him.
Dominic: We've got to shut this kid up.
Dusty: Stay out of the ring, all right?
Alison: Aaron needs me!
Dusty: No, he needs a doctor. Anybody got -- is there a doctor here?
Chris: Yeah, yeah. I'm trying to get through.
Dusty: Get him through. Let him through, guys.
Dominic: Sit down. Keep your mouth shut. Not another word. You hear me?
Alison: Aaron, its okay. We're gonna take care of you.
Jennifer: An adventure is fun. Having my mother on the loose and me not being there to do damage control is not an adventure, Indiana. It's a nightmare.
Mike: That you can't change, so let it go. We're going to miss the plane anyway.
Jennifer: Because you missed the turn.
Mike: Whatever. Oh, man, I don't believe it. It's a white bull?
Jennifer: A bull.
Mike: Up there.
Jennifer: Everything that could go wrong has gone wrong, and you're stargazing. [Jennifer laughs] This isn't a camping trip, Mike.
Mike: Can you change what it is?
Jennifer: No, but --
Mike: So lighten up. You're just -- you're tense.
Jennifer: Yeah, I have a right to be tense. People depend on me. I have a new company to run and a new line, and my family is in crisis. So forgive me if I'm not all happy smiles and fun.
Mike: I used to have a puppy like you. Every time I let him outside, he'd run in 12 different directions. I'd be like, "Dynamite, slow down."
Jennifer: I remind you of a dog?
Mike: Well, he was great. He was just a little intense.
Jennifer: Like me? [Jennifer sighs] You know, when I was 18 and modeling in Europe, I never worried about anything.
Mike: And then?
Jennifer: Then, I started to feel guilty. My family fell apart my senior year of high school, and my mom bailed on us. And I bailed on Will. I can't do that to him again.
Mike: I get it.
Jennifer: You do?
Mike: Yeah. You know about my rescue tendencies. And you know what I've learned? Some people just don't want to be saved.
Jennifer: I know my family seems determined to fall apart. But I love them.
Mike: Yeah. That's one of the things I admire about you.
Julia: I'm on call all night.
Jack: Well, how am I supposed to sleep knowing that?
Julia: If things slow down in the ER, I'll come by for a visit, okay?
Carly: I --
Julia: I was just leaving. Thank you for the visit.
Jack: I'll see you later.
Jack: Thank you for letting her hear the good news.
Carly: Despite what you've heard, I'm not a mean person. A little overprotective of the people I love maybe, but I'm not mean.
Jack: I know.
Carly: That was good news, wasn't it? No neurological damage.
Jack: Yeah, it's great.
Carly: Then why do I feel so awful? I'm sorry. You can -- you can hate me if you want, but you and I had a deal that we would always tell each other the truth. And the truth is, I wanted Ben to find something wrong with you. I wanted there to be a reason that you don't remember me or the kids. So I guess I'm not very nice after all.
Jack: You're not so bad. Pretty human, actually.
Carly: I just want you to remember what we had. I want you to remember who you were.
Jack: Then why don't you tell me -- what kind of man was I?
Carly: Well, you were the kind of person that made everybody feel better when you walked into a room. Parker would practically count down the minutes until you came home from work. When Sage saw you come in that front door, she wanted to get to her daddy so badly, her knees practically left skid marks. And you would scoop them up and look at me, and it was like our entire universe, everything that we needed to survive, was right there in that living room.
Jack: And what was it like outside that universe?
Carly: Everybody loved you, Jack. The whole town went into mourning when we thought you had died. I had never seen your cousin Holden so sad. All the flags were at half-mast. There were signs in all the shop windows asking people to pray for you, for us. That's why I can't let you go without a fight. You were that rare and precious thing. You were an everyday hero.
[Knock at door]
Ben: Well, Jack, you're free to leave. Just need you to sign a few papers in patient discharge.
Jack: Great. Thanks. Ben -- thank you. If I hurry, Parker might still be awake.
Carly: You want to come home?
Jack: Jack Snyder sounds like he's maybe worth getting to know.
Carly: Well, he is. He definitely is.
Holden: Aaron, its Dad.
Alison: Aaron --
Holden: I'd feel a whole lot better if you'd open your eyes.
Chris: Look, Alison, be careful. We don't want to move him until we know what his injuries are.
Alison: Why isn't he waking up?!
Chris: Look, he has a serious head injury, okay? Everybody, just relax. Look, back off. Just give him some room.
Dusty: Hang in there, kid. Come on back to us, kid.
Holden: How bad is it?
Chris: I think we're dealing with a depressed skull fracture.
Holden: So what do we do?
Chris: So we just relax, we don't move him until the paramedics get here.
Alison: Oh, my God.
Holden: It's gonna be okay. An ambulance is on the way.
Rafael: I killed him!
Bud: Hey, you take it easy. Nobody's dead.
Dominic: The last thing we need is you going around here giving people the wrong idea. Lose these. Come on.
Rafael: That kid didn't even stand a chance. Those gloves were like lead.
Dominic: Hey, hey, you did what you had to do. Snyder's gonna be fine.
Rafael: Yeah? Lucy better be fine, too.
Dominic: Lucy's fine. She's 100%. She'll stay that way if you keep your mouth shut. Now, we're going to the locker room. You don't stop.
Rafael: Get out of my face.
Sal: You owe me big money, Louie. Snyder went down in the third, and those were righteous odds, baby.
Lucy: They're not covering the fight anymore. They cut away to something else.
Craig: Well, there must be some explanation.
Lucy: No, there was like this mass confusion after the referee finished the count. I couldn't see Aaron. It was like people were trying to keep the cameras from showing anything. We have to get to the gym. Something horrible must have happened.
Sal: Shut your face, little girl, or I'll shut it for you. I'm talking to my bookie here, huh? Ah!
Craig: Not anymore, you're not. Nobody talks to my baby like that.
Jennifer: So Zeus disguised himself as a white bull?
Mike: And he kidnapped this beautiful woman, whose name I forget. But he took her back to Crete and made her bear him three sons. And you thought your family had problems.
Jennifer: Stars kind of put things in perspective, don't they?
Mike: On a good night.
Jennifer: Well, maybe that's what I need with my mom -- a little perspective.
Mike: Right. Sometimes, we're too close to things, and you got to take a step back to see what's really going on.
Jennifer: Well, it definitely wouldn't hurt to take a step back. After trying to clean up her messes and play peacemaker hasn't -- hasn't worked so far.
Mike: It's okay to have your own life.
Jennifer: That's not when I've been told. Whenever I've tried, especially lately, it hasn't been what you would call a rousing success.
Mike: Are you talking about Jordan?
Jennifer: Do we have to?
Jennifer: My family was against my being with Jordan. I stood up to them, and then all hell broke loose. Jordan's son was killed because of my mother.
Mike: Right. Because of your mother, not because of you.
Jennifer: Thanks. Tell me more about constellations.
Mike: It's about all I remember from my eighth grade mythology.
Jennifer: What's that? Gum? You have gum?!
Mike: Well, I always carry some with me when I fly.
Jennifer: Well, hand it over, Kasnoff. I am starving.
Mike: Okay. One for now, one for --
Jennifer: -- Now. And I'm gonna win. Just you watch.
Mike: Win what?
Jennifer: The bubble blowing contest.
Carly: You all set?
Jack: Yeah, I just have to let Julia know I'm leaving. She still thinks I'm staying here for the night.
Carly: Well, we could probably get somebody to call down to the ER.
Jack: She might be busy, though.
Carly: Well, why don't you do whatever you have to do at patient discharge, and I'll write her a note, and leave it at the nurses' station.
Jack: Yeah, okay, sounds good.
Carly: Okay. "Julia, Jack got released, so I took him home. Carly."
Ben: Yeah, this is Dr. Harris. Somebody just paged me?
Chris: Ben, hey, it's Chris Hughes. Look, I'm down here at the gym. Aaron got hurt really bad in a boxing match, and I'm afraid we might be dealing with a depressed skull fracture.
Ben: All right, we'll be ready for him. Thanks for the call. This is Dr. Harris. I need Dr. Ramirez paged immediately. I know he's on a family emergency. This is a medical emergency.
Lucy: Don't worry about me, Daddy. Call the police.
Craig: After I make sure you're okay.
Lucy: I'm fine. Now, please, the police.
Craig: Yeah, okay. Yes, this is Craig Montgomery. My daughter and I were just held up at gunpoint and held prisoner at Metro. Yes -- no, no, the guy is still here. He should be coming to any minute now. All right. Thank you, yeah. They're sending somebody over now.
Lucy: Good. I'll see you later.
Craig: No, no, no, no, no! Where are you going?
Lucy: To the gym.
Craig: No, wait, Dominic Ramsey’s there. He's the guy who hired this mook.
Lucy: But I have to -- I have to warn Dusty.
Craig: No, Dusty knows. I told you, he and Dominic were in on this together.
Lucy: You want me to believe that Dusty hired someone to put a gun to my head? That's insane.
Craig: All right, all right, all right. Let's talk about this later. Give me the rope. I want to tie up this garbage, okay, when he comes to. Lucy, can you give me the rope, please? Lucy? Lucy?!
EMT: Let's move. Ma'am, you're in the way.
Holden: Come on. My car's in the lot. We'll follow the ambulance.
Dusty: Hey, Holden, Aaron’s gonna be okay. I've seen a lot of fights, and the tough ones come out okay.
Holden: Stay away from me, Dusty. And don't go near my kid again.
Rafael: These guys won't tell me the truth. So will you tell me, please? Is he gonna be okay?
Dusty: I don't know. He wasn't moving when they took him out.
Dominic: Hey, hey, that's boxing, right?
Rafael: You know what? You need to know something --
Dominic: Let's get out of here.
Dusty: Hold on, you're interrupting. He wants to say something. What is it, kid? What did you want to say?
Announcer: Coming up on "As the World Turns" --
Dusty: What exactly did you do tonight?
Dominic: Don't play innocent with me, Donovan. You knew the score from the get-go.
Jack: Oh, no!
Carly: Don't, you're going to crash!
Jack: No! home
Dominic: Rafael, he has a lot of respect for this Snyder kid, and he feels bad about what happened. Ain't that right, Rafael?
Rafael: Yeah. Yeah, I just want to say I feel sorry about what happened to Aaron. I didn't mean for him to get hurt, and he didn't deserve that. Come on, let's go.
Dominic: So, we sold a lot of tickets tonight. Why don't we go in the back and settle up? This way, you and your girl can get on the flight to London.
Dusty: What do you care?
Dominic: I thought you were in a big rush to get out of this town, no?
Dominic: So let's go settle up.
Bud: Rafi wants to talk to you.
Dominic: Guys, give me a few minutes. All right, I'll meet you back there.
Chris: We've got a trauma code one.
Ben: Set up for rapid sequence incubation. Any change in the BP?
Chris: No, still 90 palp. Look, Ben, normally I'd say take some skull films, but I don't know if we should take the time. Okay, you've got to get in there and relieve the pressure.
Ben: All right. Well, we've paged Dr. Ramirez.
Chris: Ramirez? Look, who knows how long it's gonna take him to get in here. You got to -- Aaron needs surgery now.
Ben: Look, I'm not putting a patient in the O.R. without getting a better picture of what we're dealing with. Ramirez will get here in time. Nurse, get CT on the phone. Tell them to clear a space for this patient.
Julia: Right away.
Holden: Ben, how's my son?
Ben: Look, we're about to run tests. I'll have some answers for you soon.
Curtis: Dad, I am really glad that you're the one who's going to be operating on Aaron.
Ben: Yeah, well, I'll do my best, son.
Chris: I think he's going to need surgery.
Alison: Everybody said that he shouldn't get into the ring with Rafi, but I kept telling him that he could win. Why did I do that?
Curtis: It's gonna be all right. My dad, he's gonna take good care of him, okay?
Carly: Thanks, Parker is usually pretty good about picking up his toys, but things have been a little crazy around here lately.
Jack: No, please, don’t. I don't care about a couple of toys on the ground, really. You think Julia got our note? I hate that I didn't tell her I was leaving.
Carly: Oh, I'm sure she understands. I am so sorry. It really is -- it really is a mess, isn't ?
Jack: It was probably like this when I was living here, too. That didn't come out right at all.
Carly: No, that's okay. We figured kids come first, then us, then work, and then housekeeping.
Jack: I don't know how you ever found time to work. Julia said she heard you were a fashion designer?
Carly: Yeah. Some of my sketches are in that book right there, if you want to take a look.
Jack: Really? Sure. Yeah, I'm curious. You did this? Nice. Glamorous. How come you don't dress like that?
Carly: Well, I do, sometimes. I designed the dress I wore to our wedding.
Jack: How'd that turn out?
Carly: It was great. Everything about our wedding was great. And everything after it was great.
Jack: Can I ask you a question?
Jack: You say you love me so much. Why did you do all those terrible things to me? I mean, we keep talking about who I am or the person you remember me to be, but who are you, Carly? I'd really like to know.
Dusty: Everything okay with Rafael?
Dominic: Fine. Let's get down to business.
Dusty: He doesn't seem to be taking his win so good.
Dominic: Yeah, he's never -- he's never hurt anyone before.
Rafael: Yeah, not like this, I haven’t.
Dominic: Give me a minute. Hey, I'm warning you, keep your mouth shut, or your buddy Lucy’s gonna pay. You hear me?
Rafael: I'm going to the hospital to check on Aaron.
Dusty: I'll see you there, buddy.
Dominic: Stay with him on the way out, and make sure none of these reporters bother him.
Bud: Don't worry, nobody will get near him.
Dominic: Thanks, bud. Take good care of my boy.
Rafael: Hey, Dom, fight's over. I'm not your boy anymore.
Dominic: Go. [Dominic whistles] Where were we?
Dusty: I thought I knew, but now I'm not so sure. Rafael seems so upset. Why is that?
Dominic: Who knows? These kids today, they get 15 minutes of fame, they act like they don't even need you anymore. What are you gonna do?
Dusty: I haven't decided yet. What exactly did you do tonight?
Dominic: What do you care? You got your share of the gate. Don't play innocent with me, Donovan. You knew the score from the get-go.
Mike: Oh, I shouldn't do it. I should -- I really shouldn’t. But some things you just can't help.
Jennifer: You cheater! You big, fat cheater.
Mike: Hey! Know what you are? You're the best bubble blower in the world. So there.
Jennifer: And don't you forget it.
Mike: How about some music?
Jennifer: Yes! [Dance music plays] Oh, no, no, no, no! Yes! I love that song!
Mike: There's only one thing to do.
Carly: So --
Jack: Thank you.
Carly: Who am I? I am just the person who loves you more than anyone in the world, that's all.
Jack: You keep saying that, but our history --
Carly: It's complicated. Most of the great love stories are.
Jack: Well, give it to me straight.
Carly: All right. The problem was, you were too good. You were too much like a dream. And it took a very long time for me to trust that you were the real thing.
Jack: And until you did, was it open season on Jack or something?
Carly: Some people would say that. But you always saw the whole picture. You always understood exactly where I was coming from.
Jack: Where was that?
Carly: A little town called insecurity. I'm not trying to make excuses for my behavior, but growing up the way I did -- it isn't the best way to start out in life. My mom ran out on my dad and me.
Jack: I'm sorry.
Carly: And so I grew up thinking the world was very unfair. I thought the only person I owe anything to was myself. For a long time, I took whatever I wanted and I didn't apologize.
Jack: Mike Kasnoff -- was he one of the things you wanted? Is that why you slept with him the night before our wedding?
Carly: No, no. That happened after you ended it. I had been working very hard on my company, and you didn't like my partner. So, you called off our wedding at the last minute.
Carly: Yeah, I guess you were tired of the way it seemed like I always put my ambition before anything else, and you broke it off. I was devastated. I did what a lot of people do when they get their hearts broken -- I got drunk. And then Mike showed up and the rest is -- embarrassing.
Jack: But then I married you anyway, without knowing if I was Sage's father.
Carly: That's the kind of man you are. And the one thing I'm most proud of is that I was smart enough to keep going back to you until we worked it out. And because I did, I was able to become the person you always saw in me. I learned how to be a decent mother, a faithful wife. You taught me what's really important, g-man. That's just one of the many reasons why you are the love of my life.
Parker: Jack! You're here! Why didn't you wake me up?
Jack: Hey! Well, you gotta get your beauty sleep. We've got a big day coming up.
Jack: Snuggle Sunday, right?
Parker: You remembered! Do you remember when you put me on your feet? Do you? Do you, Jack?
Jack: Help me out here.
Carly: Okay, well, move the table out of the way. Now, you have to lie on the ground and put your legs up in the air.
Carly: And then watch out because airman Munson’s on the way!
Jack: Oh no!
Carly: Don't wiggle or we're going to crash!
Craig: Oh, the cops will be here any minute.
Sal: Like I care.
Craig: You will. Ah, here they are now.
Margo: I'll take that. Who's this?
Craig: This is Sal. He was hired to keep Lucy away from the fight.
Margo: Who hired you, Sal?
Sal: I'm not talking without a lawyer.
Craig: Dusty Donovan and Dominic Ramsey.
Margo: And the unconscious guy I tripped over on the way in?
Craig: Oh, he's our bouncer. He was attacked by this guy, too.
Margo: Read him his rights. And I'll interview him when I get down to the station.
Cop: You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be held against you in a court of law.
Margo: I'll need to talk to Lucy.
Craig: She ran out of here as soon as I untied her.
Margo: Well, where'd she go?
Craig: She went to see Dusty. She won't believe he's not in on this. I have to go make sure she's all right.
Margo: Uh, statement first.
Craig: No, no, later at the station. Okay?
Margo: Craig, I could take you as a kid, and I can take you now. Start talking, little brother.
Dominic: What? All of a sudden you got ethics? Since when do you care about how you made money?
Dusty: All right, let's settle up. I want to see my boy in the hospital.
Dominic: Don't even think of bailing on me, Donovan. I warned you to keep your girlfriend and her old man out of our business.
Dusty: And I told you I didn't like you threatening her, man.
Dominic: Things got out of hand, and you know why? 'Cause you lost control of Snyder. We made a deal he goes down in the third round, but he got his own ideas and you couldn't stop him. I did what I had to do.
Dusty: What? What are you talking about?
Dominic: Real cute. Real cute. Let's settle up here, so I'm through with you.
Jennifer: You see that constellation over there? That's called the Casanova. Back in the day, the great Goddess Athena was blowing bubble gum bubbles, and this cocky guy came along and popped her best one. So, to punish him, she put him up in the stars with gum all over his face for all of eternity.
Mike: That's not the whole story. You're leaving out the part about what a great dancer he was.
Jennifer: Oh, I forgot. He wasn't bad.
Mike: Want to give him another shot? [Music stops] Well, too late. That would be our battery, saying good-bye.
Jennifer: Is this part of the adventure?
Mike: Could be the best part.
[Trooper clearing throat]
Trooper: You folks need a hand?
Mike: I think we've got everything under control, right now, officer.
Julia: Honey, the ER is crazy. He's gone.
Parker: Pillow fight! I'll get the pillows!
Carly: I should get up.
Carly: My hand.
Jack: Huh? Oh. Sorry.
Carly: It's okay.
Alison: What is taking so long? I'm sorry. I'm sorry, I should just shut up.
Holden: No, no, no. It's okay. I'm scared, too.
Alison: I'll never forgive myself if -- I kept pushing him. I wouldn't let him give up.
Holden: He's a strong kid. Let's just try to hang on to that.
Alison: You know what's crazy? Just the other night, I finally realized out how much Aaron means to me. I kept telling myself that he was just my best friend, but, Holden, he's so much more than that. And I'm sorry that it took me so long to let him know.
Holden: Aaron has been crazy about you for a very long time. I'm just glad that he knows that the feeling is mutual. It might help.
Holden: Something has to.
Ben: Dear lord, guide my hands. Keep them steady. Get me through this surgery. Help me, lord.
Chris: Ben. Dr. Ramirez is on his way, but they need him on another head trauma case before he can assist you.
Ben: I know. Can you talk to Holden, give him the update, and get him to sign a consent for surgery? I'm gonna book the O.R.
Alison: Dr. Harris.
Ben: Speak to Chris if you have any questions.
Alison: That was weird.
Curtis: I'll catch up with him, find out what's going on. Okay?
Chris: Tests confirmed a depressed skull fracture.
Holden: So, he's going to need surgery?
Chris: Yeah. The fracture caused swelling, which put pressure on the brain. Dr. Harris just went to book the O.R. Holden, we need you to sign a consent.
Craig: You're killing business, here.
Margo: All right, let me go over your story one more time. You suspected that Rafael Ortega’s boxing gloves had been weighted, but you didn't do anything to stop the fight.
Craig: I was gonna stop the fight. I never got the chance.
Margo: Because you had to come back down here? Why?
Craig: Lucy was in danger. I had to make sure she knew, then the two of us were going to stop the fight.
Margo: You knew that Aaron was going to get hurt, but you didn't do anything to save him. Craig, you have got just as much blood on your hands as whoever it was that weighted those boxing gloves.
Dominic: You want to walk away from this? Go ahead. I didn't think so. Here's your cut. There's something in for Snyder.
Lucy: Something there for Aaron, too? I'm sure he'll be thrilled.
Dusty: Have you been here long?
Lucy: Long enough. Long enough to hear all the things you didn't want me to know.
Next week on "As the World Turns" --
Lucy: How do you expect me to believe anything you say?
Dusty: Because I love you. Lucy, give me a chance.
Carly: I've kept that compass all these years, because you were right. It brought me back to you.
Jack: I remember.
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