As The World Turns Transcript Wednesday 12/22/04
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Paul: My brother's been missing for 24 hours, and this is the first that I hear about it?
Hal: I'm sorry, Paul. I just didn't think that he would want to come back here.
Paul: All I've ever done is try and help this kid.
Kim: Well, I just wish you would have thought of that before you made all those accusations about him.
Rosanna: Well, you weren't here, Kim. You didn't see what we saw.
Paul: Look, I don't care what he's done or hasn't done. We need to find him, now.
Alison: What are you doing here?
Will: Can I come in?
Alison: Sure. What's going on?
Will: Well, you know how I said things aren't exactly cool at Fairwinds?
Alison: Yeah, Rosanna was giving you a hard time because she kept finding stuff that reminded her of Cabot.
Will: Right, and now my dad is convinced that I'm the one to blame. Except I'm not, I swear. I think someone's trying to set me up, or they have it in for Rosanna. And Dad's talking about calling the hospital, which is code for "lock me up and throw away the key."
Alison: No, Hal wouldn't do that.
Will: He wouldn't have a choice. If they found out about this, the state hospital would lock me up in a heartbeat. You've got to help me.
Alison: Okay, okay. Whatever you need.
Will: Can I stay here? It's just so I can crash for awhile until I figure out what's happening.
Alison: Will, I'd love to help you, but --
Will: What, you don't believe me?
Alison: No, it's not that. I know that you're telling me the truth.
Will: Then why can't I stay here?
Alison: Because I don't live here anymore.
Aaron: You just called me an idiot?
Chris: Look, Aaron, could we basically agree that your life is a mess right now? You know, its okay. It's normal. It's gonna take some time to figure things out. In the meantime, you need help. So why are you pushing Alison away?
Aaron: You don't know what you're talking about.
Chris: I know that she loves you. And if you mess things up with her now, you're gonna regret it.
Aaron: Well, I'll deal with it.
Chris: You've made some mistakes recently that have cost you a lot. But if you blow things with Alison now, you're gonna miss her more than you miss the use of your arm.
Lucy: Hey, I think we were wrong about this place. I was going back through the supplies, and it's definitely recent. There must have been like, hunters or hikers here using it as a pit stop.
Rafael: Huh. Definitely no one could be back here till, like, spring.
Lucy: Well, still, there's cereal, crackers, beans. All kinds of stuff. Rice.
Rafael: You're kidding.
Lucy: Ah -- macaroni. Dried fruit, salt.
Rafael: Good. That's great. We could really use a decent meal.
Lucy: How was it out there? Did you find some branches?
Rafael: I spelled out "help" just like you said.
Lucy: Now all we need is a plane to fly over and spot it.
Rafael: Lucy, it's snowing out there. The letters are gonna be covered in, like, an hour.
Lucy: So we uncover them. We're doing great. We found a place to live, water, fire, food.
Rafael: And a Christmas tree. Merry Christmas, Lucy.
Dusty: I talked to a mechanic at the airport. He said he saw Lucy and Rafi the day they disappeared.
Jordan: Sierra and Lucinda both keep planes at that hangar.
Sierra: But I talked to my pilot, he said nobody seen Lucy.
Lucinda: My crew said the same thing. But the pilot doesn't want to talk to me. I thought maybe you could help me out.
Lucinda: Anything you want, we'll do it.
Jordan: We're gonna get started on our end.
Dusty: All right, let's not tip this guy off.
Sierra: If he's hurt Lucy --
Dusty: Let's just find her.
Sierra: Thank you for all your help.
Lucinda: What do you want me to do?
Dusty: Do what you do best -- scare the hell out of this guy.
Jordan: Sierra, does that have something to do with Lucy? You've been clutching it in your hand since you arrived.
Brother Francis: The latest development is that he's come to believe that a family member is behind his time of reflection. He gave me a letter to deliver to his captor. A letter I feel you should read.
Sierra: Uh -- no, no. It's just a letter.
Lily: Are you okay?
Craig: Well, I've spent the last month in a wool taco. But how did you find me?
Lily: It's long story. But when I talked to Brother Francis --
Craig: Brother Fran -- you're the one who's been watching me?
Lily: Watching you? I've been looking for you.
Craig: Did he gave you my letter?
Lily: What letter?
Craig: I thought you were my friend.
Lily: I am your friend.
Brother Francis: Head right to the chapel, brothers.
Craig: Brother Francis!
Lily: Shut up! I'm trying to get you out of here!
Chris: Can't you see that you guys are made for each other?
Aaron: Okay, you're scarin' me.
Chris: Look, I lived with the girl. I think know her pretty well.
Aaron: Knowing her is not going to change her.
Chris: Look, it's not just her, okay? You're freaked about your arm. It's totally normal. But Ali, I mean -- she can't let it go. She's buttoning up your shirts, and your shoelaces -- she ties 'em, you know, when you let her. I'm sure she cuts up your steaks and puts the caps back on the bottles. Am I right so far?
Aaron: Yeah, well, you know, us cashiers and waitresses don't eat much steak. But go on.
Chris: The thing is, if she would just listen, then you could tell her how you feel. But Ali, she's like a wind-up toy, you know? You barely tell her that there's a problem, she's already got a plan to fix it. And you -- you let things go at first, because it's easier than telling her to stop. And then things spin out of control, and then you blow up.
Aaron: Is that why you left her at the altar?
Chris: No. I called off the wedding because I knew that it wouldn't work. Okay, everybody has their own stuff. And you really got to love that person to work through it. I loved Alison, I always will. But not enough. Not like she loves you. And not like you love her. Do you know you were calling her name when you were under anesthesia?
Aaron: I guess that's all it takes, then, huh? An I.V. full of drugs.
Chris: Because you wanted her. You wanted Alison. And that kind of love, you can't kill it. And if you try, you're not just gonna break her heart, you're gonna break your own. And that's something only an idiot would do. Don't trip on those laces.
Alison: Aaron kind of threw me out. It's my fault. He didn't even want me here in the first place, but because of his paralysis, I wouldn't take no for an answer. And it was working at first, but I guess, I don't know, I got on his nerves or something. But he's walking and he has a job, so --
Will: Because of you.
Alison: No. He would've done the physical therapy and gotten a job. But, I don't know, I probably should have been more patient because now it's like he hates me.
Will: You're being way too hard on yourself, Alison. He doesn't hate you. I'm sure he's just lashing out at you because you're there.
Alison: Why are you being so nice to me? You got sent to the mental hospital because of me.
Will: And how old were we? People change, Alison. You have to let them. I'm not the same person I was when I spiked rose's mouthwash. Now if people would just believe that, then --
Alison: Do you think that's why Rosanneís accusing you?
Will: Of course it is. She thinks I have it in for her because she married my brother. But I love the fact that she married Paul. And the only person hearing me now is my mother, and she doesn't count.
Alison: No, I'm hearing you. And I'm not going to let them take you back to that hospital.
Will: Well, I appreciate the thought. But I need a place to hide. And seeing how you're out of here, then I'm out of options.
Alison: No. No, I'm on your side, don't forget.
Will: Why was I worried?
Alison: So let's find you someplace safe.
Hal: Will says that he saw a woman, a blonde woman, here in the house when he came home. When he tried to stop her, she pushed a doll into his arms and then ran off?
Rosanna: Yes. But he didn't say who this mysterious woman was.
Hal: Well, it was dark.
Rosanna: Oh, come on. That's a little convenient, don't you think? I mean, we say him with the doll in his hands and then he comes up with this excuse that it was some strange woman in the house? I mean, you said yourself there was no sign of a break-in.
Hal: All I'm saying is that if he didn't do it --
Rosanna: But he did do it. He did it. We know he did it. And we know why. Because I married his brother.
Paul: Did he say anything that would suggest to you where he might have gone?
Hal: No. But I did suggest to him that it might be a good idea if he met with his doctor.
Paul: Well, no wonder he ran away, Hal.
Hal: Well, what would you have me do, Paul? You're absolutely convinced that he's terrorizing Rosanna. If that's not a sign that somebody should be having a conversation with their shrink, I don't know what is! Not that I'm entirely convinced that he's responsible for any of this.
Kim: You know something, standing here blaming one another doesn't solve anything. You need to find him.
Paul: Look, if he's convinced that we're going to take him back to the hospital, he's gonna run and never look back.
Hal: Wait a minute. He's gonna need money. Does B.R.O. have any cash on hand?
Paul: There's $1,000 in my desk. If he calls --
Rosanna: I'll let you know, I promise. Well, I guess there's nothing for us to do but wait.
Kim: Actually, I have an idea.
Brother Augustine: Brother Francis? There you are. We have a crisis.
Brother Francis: What is it, Brother Augustine?
Brother Augustine: The bishop wants his own kneeler. We simply haven't enough.
Brother Francis: Then give him your kneeler.
Brother Augustine: I kneel on the floor. Besides, he'll only talk to you.
Brother Francis: Oh, for heaven's sake. Let me just check on our guest and I'll be right with you. Augustine, I think we've done it. Our guest is truly contrite.
Brother Augustine: If he's contrite, it's because of God, not you.
Craig: All right, I think he's gone. Come on. Get up. I want some answers.
Lily: Oh. There's no time for that. I've got to return these keys that I stole for the cell.
Craig: You stole the keys?
Craig: So you're not the one who was -- are you?
Craig: All right. All right, all right. Do you know how many doors there are between this cell and the front door of this place? We're never going to get out of here.
Lily: We'll go through the door that I got in here, okay? Brother Craig --
Craig: Brother Lily -- you inspire me.
Will: Should I turn the lights off?
Alison: No. Just leave it. It'll make it easier for when Aaron gets back. I'm sorry. I know that you wanted me out of here by the time you got back, but it just -- it took me a little bit longer than I expected. If you could give me 15, 20 minutes to get some coffee or something?
Aaron: I don't want you to go.
Aaron: Alison, I -- I wasn't mad at you because you were keeping secrets. I'm mad at my arm and my life. And I am so sorry that I took it out on you. I'm sorry. What've we got here?
Alison: It's a reindeer. Just in case I didn't see you again.
Aaron: In Oakdale? Population not enough?
Alison: How many people do you need?
Aaron: Well, you're all I can handle right now. Some days, not even you. But that's because it's my fault. And I want you to stay. I mean, if you forgive me. I want you to forgive me.
Alison: Of course I forgive you!
Aaron: Good. Good, because this castle isn't big enough for you, me and a fight, you know?
Alison: Well, how about you, me and Will Munson?
Jordan: Be careful. He might have people backing him up. Dominic Ramsey?
Dominic: Who wants to know?
Jordan: Michael Bruce, from the Spartan group. May I?
Dominic: The Spartan group?
Jordan: Yes, we're a private investment group out of New York. We take positions in various sporting events around the country.
Dominic: You're a bookie.
Jordan: Hardly. Hardly. I represent a private organization. Any wagering is strictly in-house.
Dominic: So what do you want with me?
Jordan: Well, from time to time, my associates choose to back various athletes. They find it gives them a -- how shall I say this -- a personal connection to the sport.
Jordan: We like to find up-and-comers, back them up, watch their progress. Which is why I've come to you. Your boy -- Rafael Ortega -- he is an up-and-comer.
Dominic: Not anymore.
Jordan: Really? Well, my information tells me otherwise.
Dominic: Then your information is wrong. Rafael Ortega is a dead issue.
Jordan: How so?
Dominic: I found that kid, he's sparring in the islands. I bring him over here, I train him, I stake him, and he turns on me.
Dominic: Why? How should I know why? He's stupid. I show the kid his future, he's afraid to go there. You know, you wanna be a fighter, it's not only what you do in the ring. You've got to want it. You've got to be willing to go there, do whatever it takes. He backed off.
Jordan: Well, that is surprising. 'Cause from what I've read --
Dominic: Where? "The Wall Street Journal"? Listen, scooter, go home, find yourself an ice skater.
Jordan: Mr. Ramsey, maybe I haven't made myself clear. My associates and I are willing invest a great deal of money -- whatever it takes -- to shepherd a future champion to the top.
Dominic: Yeah? Then your associates should find themselves a smarter errand boy. I do not do business with Ortega anymore. He made allegations about me I don't like. All lies, of course, but -- you don't read the local papers?
Jordan: I read about the last fight, yes.
Dominic: It's his last fight, all right. He'll never step foot in the ring again. Take my word on that.
Jordan: Forgive me for saying this, Mr. Ramsey, but it would appear that you are the problem here, not Rafael. He triumphed in the ring. Any personal problem he might have had with you --
Dominic: Don't mean a damn thing anymore.
Jordan: So you're not worried about these allegations, then?
Dominic: What, me worry? No.
Rafael: It could use a few more ornaments.
Lucy: I love it. I think it's perfect. Thank you so much.
Rafael: Tell you what, it really cleans up the air in here.
Lucy: It does gets a little musty.
Rafael: Yeah. And then there's me. I must smell like a locker room after a fight.
Lucy: You smell fine.
Rafael: Come on, even my clothes are complaining.
Lucy: Well, then, I guess you would probably like a nice hot bath?
Rafael: Don't even tease me, all right? I almost scrubbed down in the snow.
Lucy: Well -- merry Christmas!
Rafael: You cleaned out that old tub that we found?
Lucy: And it doesn't even leak.
Rafael: That's great.
Lucy: Well, don't let it get cold.
Rafael: What, me? No, you -- you're the one that deserves a bath.
Lucy: I promise, I'll take a nice, long soak -- after you.
Rafael: No, no, no --
Lucy: Please, Rafael, you've been going nonstop. You first found the supplies, then you were out chopping wood, you were setting up a signal. You were out in the cold all day. Please let me do something for you por favor.
Rafael: All right, fine. You win.
Lucy: I always win.
Rafael: Yeah, since you were, like, 6. Tell me something I don't already know.
Lucy: I thought we could hang this blanket that we brought back from the plane. You know, to keep it warm and -- private.
Rafael: Good idea. That should hold it.
Lucy: I'll get some more snow.
Lucy: You know what? I found some long johns in the supplies. And they're actually clean and dry.
Lucy: I still can't believe this tree. Remember I used to complain about never having a white Christmas in Montega. You'd always ask Santa for snow.
Rafael: Yeah, well, I guess we got our wish, right?
Lucy: How's the water?
Dusty: He's on his way now? Good. Pays to have friends at the front desk. If you need me, just holler.
Lucinda: I won't need you. And I never holler, unless it's a good cause.
Pilot: Mrs. Walsh?
Pilot: Nash Fontaine. I hear you're looking for a pilot?
Lucinda: I have a pilot. But, I'm looking for a good pilot -- an exceptional pilot. I forgot. Before we get going -- you know, I just bought a ranch in the Rockies. The wind tunnels in the mountains, it's so treacherous. I simply cannot abide turbulence.
Pilot: I know the Rockies, ma'am. I fly there all the time. You don't have to worry.
Lucinda: Oh, all the time? And when were you there last?
Pilot: Oh, I was over Idaho just last week.
Dusty: That's so funny. 'Cause you didn't file a flight plan.
Pilot: What is this?
Dusty: Stand up. Where's Lucy Montgomery and Rafael Ortega? Hey, where are they? Speak up, soldier.
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Hal: Is he inside?
Kim: Look, if you would be willing to just humor me, let's kind of just run through everything that's happened. Who knows, maybe just hearing it, you know, I'll just recognize something that's slipped by.
Rosanna: Kim, I would be happy to tell you what happened. Paul and I were home, okay, one night, and I found a baby bootie -- Cabotís bootie -- stuck inside the sofa, in the cushions. And I thought, "Itís nothing. It was a mistake. Somebody overlooked it, maybe it had been there for months." Very soon after, I heard the sound of a doll in the hallway. It was one of those little dolls that makes the "Mama" sounds. I thought it was a mistake. Lots of Cabotís toys were left behind. So, we got rid of all the toys. And then after that, I heard the sound of a child, crying. Maybe it's me, maybe it's my imagination. But then a ball, one of Cabotís toys, came rolling into the living room, landed right at my feet. And then Will walked in the room. And he apologized, but -- okay, this is pointless --
Kim: No, it really isnít. I mean, of course it's so painful for you, but so far, it's pretty circumstantial.
Rosanna: Okay, what about the stocking? It was on the mantel. It was Cabotís, it was Cabotís Christmas stocking, hanging on the mantel. That was deliberate, that's not circumstantial.
Kim: Yes, but Will was with his dad when that happened.
Rosanna: Well, he could have put it there anytime. And we know that he knew where it was. He'd seen it in the attic. He knew where it was!
Kim: I just don't know why would he try to hurt you.
Rosanna: Honestly, I don't know either. I don't know why he would try to hurt me. But it happened. You ask Paul, okay? He was there. He saw Will with the doll, dressed up in Cabotís Christmas outfit from last year. He was holding it in his hands.
Kim: But if someone else --
Rosanna: No, there was no one else! There was no one else here. I'm sorry, Kim, I know you care about him. I care about him, too. For crying out loud, I asked him to come here and live with me in my house. I insisted on it. And why he would choose to repay me like this, this sensitive, complicated boy would take the one thing that hurts me more than anything in the world -- the death of my child -- and use it to torture me? I don't know why he would do that. And I find it unforgivable.
Kim: I know, I know. Listen -- there was a time when I thought I lost my son, Andy, and so I understand how excruciating this can be.
Rosanna: Okay, then, you know. You know more than most people how hard it is, how hard you work to get your life going. To put your whole world back together. And then to have this -- this thing this loss, thrown in your face constantly? I can't take it. I would have it. It has to stop.
Paul: Will didn't go to B.R.O. He couldn't've. Because the doorman would have seen him. Which means, wherever he is, Hal, he doesn't have any money. I don't know why you had to bring up the hospital like that. You should have thought that that would spook him.
Hal: Paul, I've been scouring this town all night for Will. You wanna yell at me? Fine, but at least wait until after we find him.
Paul: I'm sorry. I'm worried.
Hal: Miss? Hal Munson, Oakdale Police. I was in here last night with my son. You were working then, weren't you?
Waitress: Yeah. Your son's here a lot.
Hal: Have you seen him since then?
Waitress: No, he wasn't in today. But you should ask the other waitress, Alison.
Hal: Alison Stewart?
Waitress: He usually sits in her section. They're friends.
Hal: Listen, if you see my son, give me a call, will you? Thanks.
Alison: It's like when I got out of prison. Everybody thought I was this dangerous felon, and it's the same with Will. I mean, everybody thinks he's nuts because he just got out of a mental hospital, but he's not. He just needs a place to stay until we can prove he's innocent.
Aaron: So what is it they think you've done?
Will: Well, you know about Rosannaís baby, and how she lost him? Well, she keeps finding these little reminders, like his toys, and his Christmas stocking, planted around the house. And she thinks I'm the one that's planting them. But I'm not, I swear to that, and -- I guess she figures I'm trying break up her marriage to my brother.
Aaron: And you're not.
Will: No, of course not. I'm glad they're married.
Alison: But if we don't find out who's doing this, they're gonnna send Will back to the hospital. Aaron, I owe him this. I lied, so he got blamed for the fire. I need to help him.
Aaron: Okay. Okay, we'll help you.
Alison: You won't be sorry.
Will: Thank you so much.
Alison: And it's gonna be okay. We're gonna keep you safe until we can find out who's been doing this stuff and blaming you.
Will: Well, I saw someone last night --
Aaron: Whatever, it doesn't matter, okay? If Ali believes you, then -- that's good enough for me, okay?
Lily: Come on in. Oh, I'll just get you something of Holdenís to change into.
Craig: Lily? Lily, I cannot tell you how much I appreciate this act of friendship. I was losing my mind in that place.
Lily: It must have been awful.
Craig: How did you know I was there? I mean, you told me what it took to break me out, but you never told me what led you to suspect I was locked in a monastery. Who did this, Lily? Who just had to take away my freedom?
Lily: Does it really matter?
Craig: Of course it matters. I want to know who did this to me. And why.
Lily: I can't tell you.
Dominic: Look, the kid's a great fighter. He's got great hands. And wind? He's got lungs like sailboats -- huge. I loved him. But he's stupid. You find that, you know? Fighters -- they live in the body, y'know? Not in the mind.
Jordan: So it's your feeling that a jury would never believe him.
Dominic: What jury? The thing's not gonna go to trial.
Jordan: Well, I hope not, for your sake. Because if he's willing to testify, you could get yourself in trouble.
Dominic: Look, look -- he came back to me. I've got a witness who can back me up. Rafael walks into the gym, says he's been thinking about it, he made a mistake, wants to come back and work for me.
Dominic: Yeah. So I say, "Rafael, how stupid do I look? I'm gonna hire you back when you're testifying against me?" He says, "I'll go to the cops and take back my statement."
Jordan: I'm surprised you didn't take him up on that offer.
Dominic: I don't take nobody back. You cross me, you're crossed off. Now, I've gotta get back to the gym. I got this new kid, Jaime Sanchez. You want a piece of him, you give me a call.
Jordan: I'm not sure if any of that was helpful --
Sierra: No, I think it was very helpful. Let's go.
Lucy: No, it's fine.
Rafael: I guess the blanket was a little too heavy for those rocks.
Lucy: It doesn't matter. I mean, really, it's not like I haven't seen you in your birthday suit before. Your mother used to bathe the two of us in the sink.
Lucy: And we used to go swimming in that pool by the guest house. We never wore suits then.
Rafael: We were 6.
Lucy: Well -- okay, we're not 6 anymore. But it's no big deal.
Pilot: Lucy and Rafael? I don't know who you mean.
Lucinda: Lucy Montgomery is my granddaughter and she's missing. And if I were you, I'd start talking.
Pilot: I don't know anything, ma'am.
Dusty: Was she on board when you flew over Idaho last week?
Pilot I didn't fly over Idaho last week.
Dusty: You said you did.
Pilot: I meant a couple weeks ago.
Dusty: I checked every flight plan over the last month. Ain't no flights over Idaho. But plenty of flights for Dominic Ramsey. And let me tell you something, pal -- you should be scared of Dominic Ramsey. But you see this lady behind me? She can buy and sell Dominic Ramsey. And me? I'll kill you for free.
Lucinda: So where is she, Mr. Fontaine?
Dusty: Stay there! Stay there! "Bubbly guy who loves doing dishes"...
Dusty: Stand up. Where is she? Don't lie to me.
Pilot: Step off, Donovan!
Dusty: He's gone.
Lucinda: I'll call the cops!
Dusty: No, no, no! There's a better way.
Rafael: Much. It's nice to have a clean shirt and feel warm all the way through.
Lucy: You should get some rest.
Rafael: No, no --
Lucy: No, please. You should go to sleep while you're still warm. I -- I can throw some beans on to soak, and we'll can eat when you get up.
Rafael: Okay. I cleaned the bath and got yours ready. And I fixed the -- blanket. So I don't think it will fall this time.
Lucy: Great. Well, I guess I should take my bath.
Alison: Do you like pasta, Will?
Aaron: There's a food Ali doesn't burn.
Alison: Excuse me, I don't burn cereal either.
Will: Pasta or cereal, it's all great. You guys are just being so generous.
Aaron: It's not a problem, man. Just like I said, just keep the noise levels down, because these walls are real thin. We don't want anybody to know where you are, okay?
Will: Got it. And thanks again.
Alison: It's not a problem. Oh, and don't open up the door. We have keys, so we'll just let ourselves in. I really appreciate this.
Aaron: Let's just hope he doesn't snore.
Alison: No, I mean it. You've been great about everything.
Aaron: Let's go so we can get back.
Hal: Hey, Alison, I'm glad we caught you. We're looking for Will.
Alison: Will? He's not here.
Paul: Have you seen him?
Alison: No. It's just me and Aaron, right, Aaron?
Hal: Is this your apartment?
Alison: No, it's Aaronís.
Hal: Oh. Aaron, is it okay if we step in and talk about this?
Alison: We don't have time to go inside.
Hal: Alison, I'm afraid it's not that simple. Will is missing and I suspect you know where he is.
Alison: Well, I don't care what you suspect. We have Christmas shopping to do.
Paul: Alison, Will could be in trouble.
Alison: Why, because his own brother doesn't believe him? Come on, Aaron.
Hal: Alison, is he inside?
Hal: Well, I'm afraid I'm going to have to ask you to open the door.
Aaron: Well, since it is my door and I don't see a warrant, I think that's a problem.
Paul: There's no problem. He may need a warrant, but I donít.
Rosanna: Who is that? Who's there?
Craig: Well, all I need is a belt and a tractor.
Lily: Oh! You look nice.
Craig: So are you going to tell me who had me locked up? Lily, I know it was someone in the family.
Lily: How do you know that?
Craig: Brother Francis reads like the good book. Come on. Look, I had a lot of time to think in there, to reflect upon my life, all the good and all the bad. And I know I made mistakes. I've hurt people. Some, very badly. I've hurt everyone who ever cared about me, so, it's not as if I blame anyone who felt the need to give me a little spiritual resuscitation. I just want to know.
Lily: I can't tell you.
Craig: All right, I can accept that. But will you do me just one little thing?
Dusty: I hope you know somebody important in Idaho, 'cause we're gonna need a full-scale search and rescue here.
Jordan: Well, without a flight plan or a statement from the pilot, I doubt anybody can authorize a search.
Sierra: Well, and even if they did, Idaho is enormous. We wouldn't even know where to begin to look. I mean, we need more information. Did he say where in Idaho?
Dusty: I'll find out.
Lucinda: How, Dusty?
Dusty: This pilot's scared to death. He's gonna go right to Ramsey. I'm gonna catch 'em together, I'll find out what's going on.
Sierra: Dusty, wait!
Lucinda: He cannot go alone!
Jordan: He's not alone.
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Katie: I am not worried, he'll be here.
Jennifer: I definitely think we should go.
Dusty: Tell me where she is.
Dominic: How 'bout I send you to join her instead, how's that?
Lucy: Whatever you do, don't move.
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