As The World Turns Transcript Wednesday 12/15/04
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Craig: If I play this right, I'll be eating steak soon. Brother Francis.
Brother Francis: You've enjoyed your solitude?
Craig: Yes, I have. I think I needed these last 24 hours alone to reflect. And I believe I've made great progress.
Brother Francis: Excellent. Keep up the good work.
Craig: No, no, wait, wait! Wait.
Brother Francis: No need to shout.
Craig: It's just the spirit in me, brother. I have something I want to share with you.
Brother Francis: I'm here to listen.
Craig: No, no, it's something I've written. And I believe it will convince you, as it has me, that I am ready to go back out into that great world with my newfound knowledge.
Brother Francis: What is this?
Craig: This is an accounting of my sins. Annotated.
Sierra: So, are you just going to come around here every day asking about Lucy?
Dusty: Once you tell me you've heard from her, then I'm out of here.
Sierra: You know, what Lucy does is really --
Dusty: Have you heard from her? Why don't you tell me she's having a great time skiing with Rafael? It's easy.
Sierra: No, I haven't heard from her.
Dusty: Have you called the airport? Or your vacation home in aspen?
Sierra: She really hates it when I hover.
Dusty: Call her.
Dusty: Your daughter's been gone 24 hours without a word. There's a dangerous guy out there who's got it in for her. Something's very wrong, Sierra. I can feel it.
Rafael: God, I cannot believe we found this place.
Lucy: It's a good thing. I don't think I could've gone a step further.
Rafael: I'm sure you could've. You managed to survive a plane crash and a hike through a blizzard in handcuffs, all right?
Lucy: All before lunch.
Rafael: All right. We should look around this place. Figure out where we are.
Lucy: Later. The only thing I can think about right now is a nap in this -- [Wind whistling] -- Creepy place.
Lily: It's called the Order of the Sacred Way. And I need all the listings connected with that organization. I know, but there was just a recording. I've tried that number. And there's an inspirational message, and there's no way to leave a -- no, forget it, operator. I'll try again later. Thank you. What? What's wrong?
Holden: Did you forget that Jack and Carly are coming for dinner?
Lily: No, of course, not.
Holden: You just decided that tracking down Craig was more important?
Lisa: Julia? Oh, hi, honey. I was just looking for you. I -- hey, something wrong?
Julia: Jack went back to Carly.
Lisa: Oh, no. Well --
Julia: I've been sitting here, and I'm looking at this -- ring. I think it's just so pretty, you know? And I keep thinking about when Jack asked me to marry him. I can't get myself to take it off.
Lisa: That certainly is understandable.
Julia: It's not like I haven't, you know, faced the facts. I have. Jack's with Carly.
Lisa: Yeah. Well, what about you?
Julia: Well, if it was just me, you know, I'd pick myself up and dust myself off, pack my bags --
Julia: Take my broken heart out of town.
Lisa: Yeah, but you can't, because there's J.J. hmm?
Julia: He loves Jack so much, Lisa. And, Lisa, Jack loves him. I mean, for the first time in my son's life, he has a father who loves him.
Lisa: So no matter how much it hurts you, you're --
Julia: Gonna stay. For my son.
Carly: Do you think I should get a second dessert? I know it's just you and me and Lily and Holden, and maybe Rosanna and Paul. But I thought maybe I'd bring something special for the kids.
Jack: The kids are at Emma’s.
Carly: Maybe I should bring something special for Emma.
Jack: Like a tranquilizer?
Carly: Hey, in case I don't get a chance to say it during dinner --
Carly: When I look at you like this, it means I'm crazy for you.
Jack: You look at me like that, we're not staying for dinner.
Carly: Oh, Jack. I never thought I'd have this again. So promise me 100 more years of this normal, okay?
Carly: It's Julia. You're actually thinking about Julia, aren't you?
Jack: Yes, but not because -- Carly, there's something I haven't told you.
Carly: What, that she called you? You can't make it tonight? You're gonna have to leave early? What?
Jack: No, Carly --
Carly: Because I'm trying not to be selfish about this whole Julia and J.J. thing. And I know they're leaving soon, Jack, but every time that you go over there --
Jack: Listen to me. Listen to me for a second. I'm here to stay. The thing is, Julia might be, too.
Jack: She and J.J. might not be leaving Oakdale.
Lucy: What do you think that sound was?
Rafael: I don't know. The wind, probably. This isn't a cave. This is a mine. Do you see all these, like, support beams laid right here?
Lucy: So we're in a mine in the wild of Idaho?
Rafael: Yeah, for all we know.
Lucy: That's what Dominic said, though, right?
Rafael: Yeah -- wait, wait.
Lucy: Oh, hey!
Rafael: Oh, sorry. I keep forgetting we're attached. I'm sorry. Look, a lantern. Ah! It works. All right.
Lucy: Maybe they're still working this mine.
Rafael: I don't know. This place looks pretty deserted.
Rafael: Is there anybody there? Hello!
Lucy: Hey, a newspaper. A newspaper, a lantern. They've gotta be coming -- still coming down here. They're gonna find us.
Rafael: What? What is it?
Lucy: The newspaper's dated 1956. This place has been deserted for nearly 50 years.
Rafael: All right, so we wait out the blizzard and hike until we find a town.
Lucy: And call the police. We have to make sure they know that Dominic tried to kill us.
Rafael: Look, we can't go anywhere -- what?
Lucy: What if my cell phone gets reception?
Rafael: How are we going to do that in a blizzard? We can't find reception in a blizzard.
Lucy: But Dominic’s -- he's already gotten rid of my father, and he's gonna go after Dusty next. We have to warn him.
Rafael: We can't go anywhere until blizzard's over, okay? Let's just stay here, riffle through the stuff -- look. Maybe we could -- here, hold this. We could find, like, you know, a flare gun or something. Wait a second. Look at this.
Lucy: It's a radio.
Holden: Can't you stop worrying about Craig for even one night?
Lily: Craig is my friend. If somebody that you cared about was missing --
Holden: Jack was missing! And tonight he's coming for dinner. It's important to him. It's important to Carly, too.
Lily: It's important to me. You think I don't care about Jack and Carly because I make time for one phone call?
Holden: What am I supposed to think?
Lily: Oh, I don't know, that I can do more than one thing at the same time?!
Caterer: Mrs. Snyder?
Lily: Yes, come on in. Thank you. Did you get the brook trout?
Caterer: Yep, nice and fresh.
Lily: Oh, excellent. Okay, you can take it through the kitchen, through that door to the left.
Holden: You hired a caterer?
Lily: Yes, and believe it or not, I found somebody who does Montana specialties. I want to remind Jack and Carly about their wedding -- where they met.
Holden: I'm sorry, I -- I should have known --
Lily: Yes -- you should have. I'm gonna change my clothes. Can you answer any of the questions that the caterer might have?
Lily: And then -- Rosanna called, and she's still out of town, but she's gonna come by with Paul if she gets back on time.
Holden: I'll tell the caterer. Lily --
Lily: I know you don't like Craig. And you have valid reasons to feel that way. But you know how I feel about him. And if something happens to him and I have done nothing, then --
Holden: I understand.
Lily: When did we start having to explain everything to each other? When did we stop just -- just knowing each other?
Holden: Do you know what an idiot I feel like right now?
Lily: Yes, I do.
Holden: Forgive me?
Lily: It's okay.
Carly: Maybe Julia didn't mean it when she said she was staying. You know, maybe she just said it in the moment because J.J. was upset?
Jack: No, she meant it.
Carly: She doesn't have any ties here.
Jack: She has a job at the hospital.
Carly: She can get a job at any hospital! You want her to stay.
Waitress: One superdark chocolate decadence cake to go. Will there be anything else?
Jack: I was afraid you took off.
Carly: I would have. You have the keys.
Jack: I'm sorry I brought this up now. I just thought you should know.
Carly: Well, that's nice. Thank you for the heads-up, Jack. That's nice.
Jack: Carly, I love you! You gotta know that.
Carly: Who knows? If Julia sticks around, maybe she can change your mind? If we have a fight, if we have a bad day -- because what you had with Julia, that's still perfect, isn't it?!
Jack: That's not how it is.
Carly: You just had a few weeks with her! Not years! She hasn't had an opportunity to disappoint you!
Carly: To make my mistakes, has she?!
Jack: Stop it! Stop it. Why do you think I came back to you?
Carly: Because you're a good guy. You're an honorable man. We were already married. We have a child together --
Jack: So what? What are you saying? That I came back because I'm -- I'm obligated? I kiss you out of obligation? I make love to you out of obligation?
Carly: Then why can't you let her go?
Jack: I made a promise -- to a little boy, that I would always be in his life.
Carly: I wish that I could believe this is just about J.J., Jack.
Jack: I made promises to Julia, too, yes! But she's an adult, and she understood that once I got my memory back, and she realized how much I -- you're my wife. You're my soul. We keep talking about choices. There is no choice! Just what is! You and me -- forever.
Carly: And J.J.?
Jack: I was a lot older than J.J. when I lost my dad. And when he died, it was awful, yeah. But I didn't have to watch him walk out of my life, and I don't want to run away from J.J. I made a promise to him. That I'd be in his life always. I want to keep that promise. If Julia stays here, it makes it that much easier.
Carly: Easier for who?
Jack: Carly, do you really want to see me jumping on a plane every other week to go visit him? Spend so much time away from home? That's what would happen, Carly. I need you to understand.
Carly: Maybe if you say that "you and me forever" part a few more times.
Jack: You and me -- forever.
Carly: Maybe if you hold me close while you're saying it?
Jack: Mmm. You and me -- forever. And I'm never letting go.
Lisa: Now, look, Carly may well tell Jack that she understands his commitment to you and J.J., but --
Julia: Carly wouldn't try to keep Jack away from J.J.
Lisa: You don't know Carly.
Julia: Well, it doesn't matter if she does. I mean, I have to stay here. I have to at least try, for my son. What was it you wanted to talk to me about?
Lisa: Just -- well, it's the bills for here at the hotel. And, um, I wanted to know if you'd like for me to send them on to Jack?
Julia: No. No. I'll take care of them.
Lisa: Well --
Julia: That's a lot of money --
Lisa: No, please, don't worry about it. Don't worry about -- I'm gonna call Jack --
Julia: No, no -- I can't have Jack support me. I'll take care of these, okay? But, um -- J.J. and I are gonna have to move out. Like, now.
Lisa: No, no, no, now. Darling, I understand your situation. And I want you to stay here. You can stay here for free for as long as you like.
Julia: Lisa, thank you so much. You are such a good friend. That's why I'm gonna turn you down.
Lisa: No, you can't do that. Look, I own this place.
Julia: Uh-huh, and this place is a business. It's not a charity. And I would never take advantage of you like that. Thank you so much. You've been so good to me. You really have. J.J. and I'll find an apartment.
Employee: Mrs. Grimaldi?
Employee: There's a problem with the plumbers' convention. It seems we're overbooked.
Lisa: Oh, okay, page Mr. Krebs and tell him -- tell him make nice, and I'll come take care of everything.
Employee: All right.
Lisa: Okay, okay.
Julia: Go. Do what you have to do. It's no big deal. I've found apartments before.
Lisa: I know, I know. But, you see, to find a nice, inexpensive apartment here in this town is almost impossible. And you have to consider what neighborhood you're going to be in. And you're a single woman with a little child --
Julia: Don't look now, but your employee's back -- looks really worried.
Lisa: Ah -- honey, please. Yeah, okay, I'm coming. Look, please don't rush off. Please stay right here until I can come back, and I'll bring a name. Or two.
Julia: Oh, I have to go. Because I really want to get out, you know, while J.J.'s at the sitter.
Lisa: I am not going to have you go running and trying to find an apartment without any help.
Julia: I'll get some help, then.
Lisa: From whom?
Julia: Holden Snyder.
Sierra: What's it gonna take to get through to you that Lucy is fine?
Dusty: Well, hearing her voice might be a good start.
Sierra: You know, I need Lucy to know that I am capable of sending her on a trip without checking up on her constantly. You know her cell phone number. Why don't you leave her a message? Maybe she'll call you back.
Dusty: You know I can't do that.
Sierra: Then stop making excuses to reach out to her. Do you love my daughter or not, Dusty? Because if you do, then you go to Aspen, and you find her, and you tell her that. And if you love her enough to let her go, then do that. Let her go. But this in-the-middle thing is crazy --
Dusty: You know there are only four people in this world who could put away Dominic Ramsey for life? Craig, who's missing. Lucy -- missing. Rafael -- missing. And me.
Sierra: Dominic Ramsey hasn't been anywhere near Lucy.
Dusty: He's got Craig.
Sierra: No, he doesn't!
Dusty: Do you know where Craig is? If you can't tell me that Craig’s safe, I can only assume that Lucy’s not safe! Do you know where Craig is? All right. I'm gonna give you a call when I get to Aspen.
Sierra: No, no, no, don't do that. You go to Aspen, and you give Lucy false hope that there is something between you two. You just can't break her heart again like that.
Dusty: You have to prove to me that Dominic’s not a threat to her. If he can get to Craig, believe me, Sierra, he can get to your daughter.
Sierra: He didn't get to Craig.
Dusty: Really? What do you know?
Sierra: Why can't you just believe me?
Dusty: Your daughter hasn't been in touch with you for more than 24 hours! So if you got a good reason for me not to be freakin' out right now -- let me hear it!
Sierra: Dominic Ramsey doesn't have Craig. I do.
Brother Francis: I had no idea you'd done so many reprehensible things.
Craig: Neither had I, brother. Until I surrendered to this -- isolation, your good counsel. It's forced me to face the truth about myself -- my past. And to want to make amends to the people I've wronged. I made copious notes there --
Brother Francis: Yes, yes, I see.
Craig: Did you see the section on my sister Margo? She had to arrest me many, many times. I thought I could volunteer for the police athletic league and work with the children.
Brother Francis: I -- I'm not certain you should be working with young children.
Craig: I can work with adults. Elderly adults? Dead people? That's a joke. There's a section on my sister, Katie. I was thinking about spending more time with her which, if you knew her, would be quite a penance. She is -- well -- like me.
Brother Francis: Your ideas for making amends are -- inspired. And I can't help but notice all of your proposed activities are contingent upon your getting an immediate release from these prisons.
Craig: Yes! Yes! And time's a-wasting.
Brother Francis: True reflection is never a waste, Craig.
Craig: True, true! But there are good deeds to be done, brother, and I can't do 'em in here. So, shall we call me a cab?
Brother Francis: I will go to my own cell and read through this document thoroughly.
Craig: You'll do that immediately?
Brother Francis: Immediately.
Craig: So I could be getting out as early as this afternoon?
Brother Francis: Not a chance.
Dusty: You locked Craig up in a monastery. You got a mean streak. Remind me never to be on your bad side.
Sierra: I know that there is goodness in Craig. But after what he did to Lucy and Alan and me --
Dusty: Hard to forgive, I know.
Sierra: Kidnapping our daughter and blaming it on Alan. It's because of Craig’s actions that my husband is dead. I know that he has done some terrible things in his life, but never -- never to me or Lucy.
Dusty: And you think this is gonna change him now?
Sierra: It better. Or I am never letting him back in Lucy’s life. Now, listen, I know that you are close with Lily --
Dusty: I'm not gonna talk to Lily. I'm not gonna talk to anybody about this.
Sierra: And you won't contact Lucy?
Dusty: I can't promise you that.
Sierra: But the only reason I told you about Craig was so that you would back off.
Dusty: I'm gonna give it 24 more hours. If she doesn't call you, I'm going after her.
Sierra: You know, I have my hands full protecting Lucy from her father. Don't make me protect her from you, too.
Lucy: You get the power from turning the crank. See? Watch your hands.
Rafael: Okay, I don't see anything happening.
Lucy: We still have to try. You're strong. Maybe if you turn it really, really hard, you could get it to work.
Rafael: You know, you can't always get a guy to do something just by stroking his ego.
Lucy: Even if I tell him he's really, really powerful?
Rafael: Here. It does work. Look at that.
Lucy: Give me this. Mayday! Mayday! Can anyone hear us? Mayday!
Holden: Hey, guys. Come on in.
Jack: Hey, Holden, how you doing? Lily --
Holden: You guys brought dessert, huh?
Carly: That's in case Rosanna and Paul show up. Did they call?
Lily: Yes, they did call. Rosanna did call. Did you tell the caterer?
Holden: Yeah, yeah.
Carly: A caterer. We rate.
Lily: Yes, you do. Look at you. You're back.
Jack: I am, 100%. And wow! This dress -- fantastic. Is that one of Carly's designs?
Carly: Look at this -- he manages to compliment his wife and another woman at the same time.
Lily: Oh, that is a trait of a real man. Come on in.
Carly: Hey, thanks for doing this for us.
Holden: No problem. Carly, I just want to tell you that you guys are very lucky.
Lisa: Hey, how's it going?
Julia: Holden's not answering his cell phone.
Lisa: Oh, I think that's probably a good thing.
Julia: Why? Why do you say that?
Lisa: He may not be the right person for you to try to get his assistance.
Julia: Yeah, but he offered to help me.
Lisa: Yeah, I know, darling, but Holden and Jack are cousins. And maybe Holden won't want to get in the middle of this thing, you know, between you and Carly.
Julia: Well, there's nothing for him to get in the middle of, anyway. I'm just a woman who needs an apartment. Maybe he's home. I'll just -- I'll go over there.
Employee: Mrs. Grimaldi?
Lisa: Oh, one moment. Honey, don't you think you ought to call him first?
Julia: No, because if you're right and Holden has a problem helping me, then I'll only know that if I'm face-to-face with him. Wish me luck.
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Carly: When you love somebody, you can get through anything.
Sierra: You know, you need to stop toying with her. It's not fair. You need to decide what you want.
Lucy: Mayday! If you're picking up this signal, this is an S.O.S! My friend and I are trapped in an abandoned mine. Over.
Dusty: If I was trying to mess up Lucy’s life, I wouldn't be here right now. I'd be hanging out with her in Aspen.
Sierra: And Rafael makes three.
Sierra: You know, you need to stop toying with her. It's not fair. You need to decide what you want.
Dusty: I want her. I gotta tell ya, I just know it would never work.
Dusty: Two different worlds, you know. I thought for a while, her class, her, um -- innocence might rub off on me. She made me feel as though I could wipe away my past, but -- I can’t. It's always there.
Sierra: And now you don't want it to touch her.
Dusty: She deserves a lot better than me.
Sierra: What she deserves is someone who's consistent. You need to respect that. You sent her away. Now let her stay away.
Dusty: I'm not gonna call her. When she calls you -- let me know she's okay?
Sierra: I'll do that. And then, no more of this. You just -- stop contact with her, for everyone's sake, all right? One more thing. What are you going to do about Dominic Ramsey?
Dusty: What do you mean?
Sierra: Well, Craig is safely ensconced in a monastery. Lucy and Rafael are thousands of miles away. But you are right here.
Dusty: He knows where to find me.
Sierra: So you're intentionally setting yourself up as a target?
Dusty: Better me than your daughter.
Man: It's done.
Bud: What was that call about Donovan? Are you planning something?
Dominic: You don't want to know from this, Bud. Pass the ketchup, will ya?
Bud: Because I was just thinking -- maybe we should lay off Donovan for a while. You know, at least till people realize that Lucy and Rafael are really gone. You know, because if Dusty goes missing, too, the cops are gonna be all over us.
Dominic: That's the beauty of this, Bud. Dusty isn't going to disappear.
Bud: Are you gonna -- are you gonna whack him in town? Here?
Dominic: Did I say that?
Bud: Yeah, but when they find Lucy and Rafael --
Dominic: If they find them, it'll be after the snow melts. They went down in a plane in the middle of nowhere that nobody even knows about. By now, these bodies are frozen stiff.
Lucy: Mayday! If you're picking up this signal, this is an S.O.S! My friend and I are trapped in a abandoned mine. Over. It looks like it was a place that was run by a company called Richardson. It's probably in the Rockies. Maybe Idaho. Please, can you hear me? Over.
Rafael: Try it again. Try it again.
Lucy: Mayday! Mayday! It stopped working. What are we gonna do?
Rafael: We're gonna see where this mine goes. For all we know, there could be another exit, and it might come out near a town or a highway or something. What's wrong? Tell me.
Lucy: Don't you at least think we should get these handcuffs off? Find a rock or something?
Rafael: We can do that later, okay? After we get out of here. Why are you waiting? What are you afraid of?
Lucy: Bears hibernate in the winter, right? In caves.
Lucy: Well, what if we wake one up?
Rafael: We run.
Lucy: Bears can run 35 miles an hour. Yes, I still read a lot.
Rafael: Okay, look -- hey, look at me, okay? I told you we were gonna get out of the plane crash, and we did, right? We're gonna get out of here, too, okay? Come on.
Lucy: How do you know?
Rafael: Call me motivated. All right?
Lucy: You're thinking about your family?
Rafael: I'm thinking about Dominic. And what it's gonna feel like to tear him apart. That's what I'm thinkin' about.
Lucy: That works for me.
Craig: Brother, you kidnapped me so that I could make a personal inventory of my sins, and I did that. I wrote them all down.
Brother Francis: Admirable.
Craig: But isn't the point of this so that I can make amends?
Brother Francis: Correct.
Craig: But how can I do that if I'm locked up in here? Brother? You gotta let me out. And let me show you the new Craig will make the world a better place. I know he will.
Brother Francis: I must say, you are making remarkable progress.
Craig: Thank you. Thank you, brother. I will make you proud of me. I know I will.
Brother Francis: I'm sure you will -- in time. True repentance takes time and much prayer and meditation. I'm sure you think you know how to make things right. But we release you too soon, and you backslide. And that would be catastrophic for you and for the world.
Craig: So what are we talking about? Weeks? Months?
Brother Francis: Or longer, if that's what it takes. Rest assured that I will read through this document with great care. And I will pray upon it, of course, as I'm sure you undoubtedly wish to do.
Craig: Oh, I'm praying as we speak. He ain't buying what I'm selling. Maybe it's time to appeal directly to the boss. Whoever that is.
Sierra: Lucy, baby, its Mom. Don't be upset with me, but, um -- I'm starting to worry a little bit. I know the cell phone reception is terrible in the mountains, but if you get this message, will you please call me back and let me know you're okay? I have a lot of things going on here, so I -- I'm not suggesting in any way that you and Rafael cut your trip short. In fact, I really hope you're having the time of your life.
Lucy: It'll take years to get out of here. There are too many passages.
Rafael: It's hard to see anything with just one lantern. Maybe I could get a couple of these other ones to work. Once we figure out how to try to break these handcuffs apart, I'll try again.
Lucy: It's so cold. It's almost as cold as it is outside.
Rafael: I know.
Lucy: Could we build a fire?
Rafael: I don't think so, not yet. Not until we know that there's no gas pockets building up. I don't want to blow us up. Hey, look at me. Look at me. Your lips are turning blue. Are you okay? Hey. Hey, wake up. Lucy?
Lucy: I can’t. It hurts too much.
Lucy: All over. I feel like I can't move.
Lily: Luke already has his Christmas list finished.
Holden: Yeah, but that's just the first draft. He typed it on the computer so that he can add to it the closer we get to Christmas Eve.
Lily: How about your kids?
Carly: Oh? Well, I know Parker wants cars and trucks and -- cars and trucks.
Jack: Trucks. Sage is too little to know what's going on, really, of course. And J.J. --
Carly: All J.J. wants is some more time with Jack. And we're gonna make sure that he gets that.
Lily: This is so nice. All of us being together again.
Carly: Yeah. It just goes to show that, when you love somebody, you can get through anything.
Caterer: I will be right back. I left the peppermint schnapps in the car.
Carly: We're having peppermint schnapps and hot chocolate?
Lily: Jack said it was your favorite.
Carly: I don't think this could get any better.
Craig: I've probably talked to you more in the last few days than I have in my whole life. I've counted my sins. Now -- I want to count my blessings.
Lucy: What are you doing?
Rafael: You're not the only one that's read a book. There was a story about soldiers doing this when they were trapped in the cold. If we can get your hands, your head and your feet warm, we're halfway there. Here, put your feet right here in between my legs. There. Put your hands on my chest. Right on my chest. All right, put your head right here. Better?
Lucy: Yeah. I was so cold, I thought I was gonna die. You won't let me die, will you, Rafael?
Lucy: I'm so tired.
Rafael: Go to sleep, all right? Don't worry about anything. I'll keep you safe.
Bud: Hey. How can you be so sure that Lucy and Rafael didn't make it?
Dominic: Bud, if a plane crash didn't kill 'em, the cold did. They're dead. Believe me. Montgomery's gone. And the only person standing between me and my freedom -- he's not gonna be standing much longer.
Dusty: Be safe, princess. Be safe.
[Electricity sizzles] [Dusty gets electrocuted]
Julia: Hi. I'm here --
Caterer: Oh, no, no, go ahead. They're expecting you.
Julia: No, I don't think anyone's expecting me.
Carly: I would like to make a toast to my husband. We all missed him so much. And we thank God that he's back in our lives, here to stay, forever.
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Lucy: And Dusty's the only one left to testify, and he's -- you think Dominic’s gonna let that one fly? He's -- he's not.
Curtis: Dusty! Dusty, wake up, man!
Holden: It's okay. She said she needed to see me. So let me find out what she wants.
Carly: Did you see the look on her face when she saw me with Jack? Clearly, she is still in love with him, and she has no intention of letting him go.
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