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As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 1/11/05

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Katie: Oh, thank you.

Waitress: Refill?

Katie: No, not yet. Thanks.

Woman: Congratulations.

Katie: Pardon?

Woman: I thought you looked familiar. You two make such a handsome couple.

Katie: May I --

Woman: Oh, keep it, of course. A valentine's wedding sounds so romantic.

Henry: Well, look at the adorable couple.

Katie: Henry, where did you get this picture?

Henry: Crash course in Photoshop -- a little click here, an arrow there.

Katie: Is that --

Henry: Simon's shoulders? Yeah, yeah. I found an old photo of you two, and voila.

Katie: You put your head on someone else's body and sent it to "The City Times"?

Henry: Well, every prominent couple needs a formal announcement.

Katie: You should have waited, Henry.

Henry: For our own portrait? Yeah, I know, I know. But those things cost a mint.

Katie: No, I mean to talk to me about it first.

Henry: Why? I know all the basic facts. I just plugged them in. Day, date, time, place. Employed by --

Katie: Mike's gonna see this.

Henry: Yeah. Ergo the word "announcement." If we're going to do this, let's do it right. This born-again monogamist is out to prove there's more to me than meets the martini.

Katie: But, Henry, don't you understand when Mike sees this, he's gonna think I'm happy and I've moved on without him.

Henry: Did I miss something? I thought that was the point.

Mike: I knew it. The Bears will not sign a free agent in the off-season.

Jennifer: Oh, I wouldn't wear that to my funeral.

Mike: What?

Jennifer: This article about up and coming fashion designers.

Mike: High fashion? I thought you were hooked on jeans.

Jennifer: I'm hooked on the person wearing my jeans. Oh. I can't believe it. Here we are lying in bed, reading the paper like we've done it a million times before. But it's all new. We're brand new.

Mike: Does that mean one day we'll be old and you'll be bored?

Jennifer: Not a chance.

Mike: You hungry?

Jennifer: A little.

Mike: I make a mean grilled cheese.

Jennifer: Oh, no, don't go.

Mike: I won't be long.

Jennifer: You better not be.

Mike: You want to see a movie later?

Jennifer: That's a great idea.

Mike: Check out the listings.

Jennifer: I haven't seen a movie in forever. Oh, my God.

Mike: What?

Jennifer: Well, I hope you're in the mood for a comedy.

Mike: I don't believe it.

Kim: I'm really sorry I didn't call first.

Rosanna: Oh, no, we're glad that you're here. We've been really worried about Will.

Paul: Yeah, how is Will?

Kim: Oh, silent. Kind of withdrawn. But when you try to talk to him, he puts on a big act as if everything were just fine.

Paul: We know that act. We've seen it.

Kim: He spends a lot of time in his own room.

Rosanna: He's probably going to have a hard time trusting anyone ever again.

Paul: Well, Emily undermined whatever little bit of confidence he may have had left.

Rosanna: She had help.

Paul: Maybe. I'm sure that once Emily gets what she deserves, will starts to feel a little better.

Kim: You know, Paul, I don't mean to overstep but --

Rosanna: No, no, no, please, go ahead.

Kim: Well, it's just that I think what Will is really looking for is acceptance, not revenge.

Paul: Well, to see justice done, that'll do him good. And in the meantime, Rosanna and I will do everything that we can to try and show him that we love him and that we want him to come home.

Kim: Which could be a little difficult, considering the fact that he says that he doesn't ever want to see either one of you ever again.

Carly: Somebody order a bologna and cheese?

Jack: Oh -- someone's been reading my mind. I'm starving.

Carly: Oh, there's a brownie in there, too.

Jack: Oh, homemade?

Carly: By somebody. So -- so how's you're day? Long day or what?

Jack: No worse than usual. Here, we'll share.

Carly: No, no. No thanks.

Jack: You're just going to sit there and watch me eat? Okay. What's going on?

Carly: What? Can't a loving wife bring her husband something to eat without being up to something?

Jack: Some can. Maybe.

Carly: All right, detective, you got me. I am up to something. But I'm up to a good something. It's something you need.

Jack: New golf clubs?

Carly: Better. I thought of a way for you and J.J. to spend some quality time together without Julia getting in the way.

Lily: Hi.

Holden: Hi.

Lily: I went to look for you down at the barn.

Holden: I came up here. I had to make some calls.

Lily: Can we talk?

Holden: Lily, I can't talk right now. I've got a lot of work to do.

Lily: It's not going to take long. Is Emma here?

Holden: No.

Lily: Is Julia here?

Holden: Julia? No, I haven't seen Julia today.

Lily: Oh.

Holden: Lily, why are you here?

Lily: I wanted to talk about Luke. He's not taking this separation very well. He's keeping to himself a lot. He's very angry.

Holden: Sure. Well, adjusting is going to take some time. Deep down, I know that he was expecting something. He knew that we had problems.

Lily: Yes. But before, you were there. He was always hoping that we would work things out. But now, he misses you. We all miss you.

Julia: Hey, I noticed we were out of milk, so I -- well, you worked fast. You don't waste any time, huh? I suppose she already told you her side of the story?

Holden: What story?

Lily: We were talking about our son.

Julia: Oh. Sorry, I just assumed --

Holden: Assumed what? Am I missing something here?

Julia: I am really sorry. When I saw you here, I just figured that you told him what you had done and --

Holden: Does somebody want to tell me what's going on here?

Julia: Yesterday, remember I got a call from the Lakeview?

Holden: Yeah. About your things.

Julia: Yeah. But there were no things when I got there. It was actually Lily who had called and when she got me alone, she offered me a bribe to leave town.

Lily: It was not a bribe. I just know that Julia and J.J. are having a hard time getting on their feet. I was trying to help.

Holden: By offering them money?

Lily: Can we talk about this in private? Please?

Holden: No, we canít. It involves her, she should stay.

Julia: You know what, I'll just go upstairs.

Holden: No. I want you to stay. Is this what happened?

Lily: I just told you what happened.

Holden: Let her talk.

Julia: Yeah. She offered me money to start over someplace. Anywhere but Oakdale.

Holden: How much?

Lily: Well, this is where it gets interesting. She wanted $5 million.

Julia: Oh, I wasn't serious!

Lily: Yes, she was. She was.

Julia: Come on! I wanted to see how far you would take it, so I asked for the moon. Look, I'm not about money. 'Cause if I was, clearly I would not be working the night shift at the hospital.

Lily: I'm not going to apologize for trying to help this woman.

Holden: Help? You weren't helping. Let's just call it what it is.

Lily: Okay, fine. I don't like where this is going. I see what's going on with Julia -- I don't like it. We have a family to think about.

Holden: You haven't been wired into our family for months. You can't blame this on Julia. I'm sorry that you got involved in this.

Julia: Look, I didn't want you to find out. Okay? You've been great. To J.J. And I. And I wasn't gonna say anything.

Lily: Oh, my. This is such an act!

Julia: You know what, Lily? I can understand why you might be upset --

Lily: Don't patronize me! I just want us to have a fair shot at getting what we had back on track.

Holden: How does Julia leaving town fix us? We're the problem, Lily, not Julia.

Lily: We cannot allow other people to come into between us when we're trying to work things out.

Holden: Other people? Like Julia? You just reduced what little trust we had left to a blank check.

Julia: You know what? No, Holden, listen. I understand where Lily is coming from. You know what, if you were my husband --

Lily: Oh.

Julia: I might've done the same thing to try to save our marriage.

Jack: How do I solve my dilemma with J.J.?

Carly: Well, first, we park Juliaís unmentionables out on the curb with the rest of the garbage.

Jack: I know you're still upset about that box she delivered.

Carly: Yes, you bet I'm still upset. She's supposedly returning things you gave to her, and she just can't help but throw in a sexy little nightie. She's trying to drive me crazy.

Jack: Then don't let her. We were going to keep this about J.J., remember?

Carly: Yes. Right. Right. And separating the issue of him from the issue of her.

Jack: The problem is she sees me rejecting her as rejecting J.J., too.

Carly: But you would never do that. I mean, if she's going to act like you're the great love of her life, the least she could do is know what kind of man you are.

Jack: She's angry and she's hurt. She wasn't always this way.

Carly: No, I imagine she wasn't when she was getting her way.

Jack: Okay, we're getting to the plan.

Carly: Right. Separating the boy from his mother is the plan. Don't kid yourself, Jack. You hurt her, and she will do anything she can to hurt you back. She will use anything she can.

Jack: Even J.J.?

Carly: Yes. Kids make wonderful weapons. She makes you feel guilty. That gives her power, doesn't it?

Jack: Yeah, that New Yearís Eve mess didn't help things either.

Carly: Yeah. And instead of explaining it to him so he could understand or, better yet, fixing it so that you could make it up to him, she's walking around acting like a martyr. Well don't let her do that, Jack. Not to him. Not to you.

Jack: Okay, honey -- to get to J.J., I've got to go through Julia. She's his mother.

Carly: That's why my plan is so brilliant. A camping trip.

Jack: Camping?

Carly: Camping. You and J.J. miles away from Juliaís interference. The two of you can spend some time together doing guy things. You know, away from Juliaís "poor me" act.

Jack: That could work.

Carly: Yes. Yes, that could work. And why don't you call Holden? See if he and Luke want to tag along?

Jack: I want to make it about me and J.J.

Carly: Well, sweetheart, J.J.'s a part of the Snyder family now. He should get used to being around all of us. And from what I hear, he's crazy about Luke.

Jack: Okay, sure. Why not?

Carly: Good. Sweetheart, I think this camping trip is going to be great for everybody.

Katie: It's too early for champagne.

Henry: Bite your tongue. It's never too early for champagne. Especially when there's an engagement to celebrate.

Katie: Just because there's an announcement in the newspaper, does not mean that Mike is going to necessarily buy into this automatically.

Henry: All right. Not at first glance, but you have to work it. Now, it takes two.

Katie: But Mike knows I still love him. I practically threw myself at his feet. I know that I agreed to this, Henry, but it's just feeling really wrong.

Henry: Getting what you want is never wrong.

Katie: It is when you hurt the people you love.

Henry: Me, people?

Katie: Yes, you, people. Henry, I never want to hurt you.

Henry: Oh -- wasting good champagne hurts me.

Katie: I'm serious.

Henry: Drawing a bad hand hurts me. Being with you -- that can never, ever hurt me. All right? I did the asking, remember? So we're not Rhett and Scarlett. So what? Who cares? I mean, look what happened to them. They ended up in the Atlanta lost in the fog.

Katie: Yeah, but we could end up worse.

Henry: Never gonna happen. Never gonna happen. It's gonna be the time of our lives. It's gonna be the party of the century. It's gonna be black tie and orchestra and maybe we could fly in a bishop, or lease a cathedral. I want your wedding train that take up a full city block!

Katie: Yeah, and who's footing the bill for this?

Henry: Well, fortunately, you are betrothed to a man of means.

Katie: Since when?

Henry: Since about 2:45 A.M. The ladies were very, very good to me. Queens over sevens, and winner took all.

Katie: You were gambling?

Henry: No. No, I was securing our future, my pet. And in case you need some more convincing, here is a little visual aid.

Katie: Henry, where did you -- how did you -- is that real?

Henry: Real enough to cut glass.

Katie: How much money did you win?

Henry: Oh, it's only the beginning. You are my good luck charm.

Katie: Henry, get up. People are looking.

Henry: Who cares? Listen, I may not have Simonís accent or Mike's abdominals, but I have a place in my heart that is just for you, Katie. Marry me.

Katie: I already said yes.

Henry: Then put your finger where your mouth is. Make it official. Or, if you don't want to think of this as an engagement, think of it as a way to drive mike crazy.

Mike: The grilled cheese is almost ready.

Jennifer: Did you know that henrys went to Harvard?

Mike: In his dreams. Let me see this. Did you look at this picture?

Jennifer: Yeah.

Mike: No, I mean, really look at it. His head doesn't match those pecs.

Jennifer: You think the picture's been doctored?

Mike: The scale's off, the proportion -- I don't even think those are his clothes.

Jennifer: Well, if somebody did this as a joke, they went to an awful lot of trouble.

Mike: That would be Katie.

Jennifer: They've set a date.

Mike: April fool's?

Jennifer: Valentine's day. This picture might be fake, but I think their engagement's for real.

Mike: That's what Katie wants me to think. But there is no way she is getting married to Henry.

Jennifer: I know that women on the rebound do unpredictable things. She must want you back pretty bad.

Mike: That's her problem.

Jennifer: And Henryís. Mike, I think he loves her.

Mike: It's not like that.

Jennifer: No, he adores her in ways that women only dream of. That can be a very powerful draw for a woman.

Mike: The bottom line is Katie is not in love with Henry.

Jennifer: Because she's still in love with you? [Beeping] Is that the smoke alarm?

Mike: The grilled cheese -- oh! How about pizza?

Jennifer: Well, how bad is it?

Mike: It's bad.

Jennifer: We can order in.

Mike: I don't think we have a choice.

Jennifer: Well, let's not be hasty. We could put our heads together, think about it. Really think about it.

Mike: I can do that.

Paul: We all let Will down, even Hal. I think it's time to start mending fences.

Rosanna: Is he at your place now?

Kim: No. His car broke down again, he wanted to go to Al's, so I dropped him off there. He's going to do his homework there.

Paul: You know what? I'm going to go over there and see if I can't talk to him.

Kim: Paul, listen, just don't expect too much. He's really in a very difficult situation. I mean, he's relieved that everybody knows he's innocent, but he's really not happy about Emily being in jail.

Paul: Yeah, well jail is where Emily belongs.

Kim: Yeah, but look at it -- his family is torn apart again, and there he is stuck right in the middle.

Paul: Well, Emily put him there, not us.

Kim: Yeah. Well, I have a hard time believing that Emily was responsible for all those terrible things.

Paul: Ask Alison. She was just here. She told us that Emily confessed to everything to her.

Kim: Yeah, but what I don't understand is, Emily was so sick when that was all happening. How could she possible have done --?

Paul: She wasn't sick!

Kim: Yes!

Paul: It was an act.

Kim: No. No, no, no. I was there the morning she went to the doctor. I saw her. I didn't think she should be driving. I offered to take her myself.

Rosanna: Wait a minute, she was ill enough to go to the doctor?

Kim: Yes. She definitely was not herself. I don't know, she was just disoriented.

Paul: Do you remember what day that was?

Kim: It was the day that you found the Christmas stocking. I had stop to visit with your mother, and Emily was on her way to the doctor. I thought she was going to fall on the floor before she got out the door.

Rosanna: You know what, this is getting stranger by the minute. We're supposed to believe that Emily came in here and placed a Christmas stocking when she was so sick that she could barely make it to the doctor?

Paul: You know, you're right.

Rosanna: Where're you going?

Paul: I'm going to find out the truth.

Jack: Oh, you know what, we'll go ice fishing. I gotta find my drill and everything. And I think, um -- I was hanging stuff for Emma in her barn and I left it in her tool shed. That's exactly where it is.

Carly: And the cross-country skis are there in there, too, aren't they?

Jack: J.J. would love that. He could borrow Parkerís. They've got great trails up at Lewisville.

Carly: Yeah. And you can bring the sleds, too. They'll fit in the truck.

Jack: Oh, it's gonna be tight.

Carly: Oh, it's just too bad that you can't fit one more.

Jack: Yes. I know how much you love freezing to death over a smudge pot. Maybe next time.

Carly: Promises, promises.

Jack: You know, I've clocked so much overtime this week, I'm going to head out now. I'm gonna go talk to Holden, and get the gear, and everything.

Carly: Okay.

Jack: You want me to walk you out?

Carly: Know what? Why don't you go ahead? I need to make a call, and I forgot my cell phone, so can I use that phone?

Jack: Yeah. Sure.

Carly: Okay.

Jack: Hey. This is a great idea you have for J.J. You have no idea how much I appreciate it.

Carly: Yes, I do. It's great for everybody. Hey, Lily, it's me. Everything on this end is definitely going our way. I hope you're having the same luck. Meet me at Al's when you get this message.

Holden: Understand your side? Lily, your side is a move right out of Lucindaís playbook.

Lily: Oh, that's not fair.

Holden: Not fair? Was it fair to run Julia out of town?!

Lily: I was just trying to help her, and she's making it sound like I'm a monster. Can't you see what she's doing? She's playing you.

Julia: I'm gonna let you guys hash this out, okay?

Lily: Oh! Let's speak the truth for just one second. If I'd given you over $5 million, you'd be packing your one bag right now out of town.

Julia: I would not take a dime from you. I work to support my son, and I always have, okay? I don't take handouts.

Lily: Oh, really?

Julia: You know what, Lily? I know you don't believe this, but if you hadn't shown up here, I wouldn't have told Holden anything about the money. I really don't want to cause problems between the two of you.

Lily: Oh, like hell you don't --

Holden: All right, this is going nowhere. Lily -- Lily, will you leave? I'll call you later. We'll talk about the kids then.

Lily: No, no. No. No. Really. Don't bother. It is clear to me that you have other priorities other than your family.

[Door slams]

Rosanna: I wish I knew how to reach out to him more. How to make it up to him, you know?

Kim: Well, I can tell you from own experience that there's no one more unpredictable than a teenager, so all you can really try to do is look at the world through their own eyes and keep reaching out to him. You know, sometimes these things work out so much better than we imagine.

Rosanna: I hope you're right. Thank you so much, Kim.

Kim: Oh, you're so welcome. You please let me know now what Paul finds out, okay?

Rosanna: I will. Phyllis will show you out, okay?

Kim: Thanks. Bye-bye.

Rosanna: Bye. [Rosanna sighs] See the world though his eyes. Murray, it's Rosanna. Drop whatever you're doing. I need you to pull off a minor miracle in an hour.

Paul: Hi Emily. Did you shake that flu?

Emily: What are you doing here?

Paul: Well, I kept hearing about how sick you've been. And, yet, you managed to get in out of Fairwinds like you owned the place. How'd you manage that?

Emily: I don't know.

Paul: I know. It was all a lie. I know that. And you know that. And it will never get you out of this jail cell. I promise you that.

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Julia: There isn't enough money to get me to leave town now.

Jack: Holden, what're you doing loafing around in the middle of the -- day.

Henry: What's it gonna be? Stare or wear?

Emily: I was sick.

Paul: Yeah, that's what Alison says, too. By the way, sending her -- not such a great move.

Emily: Excuse me, it wasn't a move. She knows me. She believes in me. She knows that I would never do anything to hurt you, Will or Rosanna.

Paul: She tried her best to stick to that until she got to the confession. She claims that you admitted to her that you did all of those things.

Emily: I did. I remember -- being in your house. I just -- why or how, I have no idea.

Paul: You're working on your amnesia defense?

Emily: If I was worried about my defense, I wouldn't have told Alison everything. I wouldn't have sent her running to your place. I certainly wouldn't be standing here talking to you. I have nothing to hide. I'm telling you right now -- I remember being in your house. I remember hanging the stocking and standing there with that stupid doll. But when I see it in my head, it's like I'm standing there watching somebody else do it and -- oh, my God, it just makes no sense. It makes no sense.

Paul: Yeah, until you factor Will into it.

Emily: For the last time, I would never do anything to hurt Will. Why would I stand here and admit all of this to you? If I had some kind of plot against your brother, why would I advertise it? Why? I mean, it's like waking up right now with -- with this hangover. People are telling me all these things I did the night before, and I have absolutely no connection to it.

Paul: Right. Some kind of out-of-body experience?

Emily: Get the hell out of here.

Paul: You save this garbage for the witness stand, Emily, because I don't believe you. And sending your sister to me? Backfired. Because she is gonna be our star witness.

Will: Thank you.

Carly: Hey.

Rosanna: Hi.

Carly: Well, this is a nice surprise.

Rosanna: Well, actually, I'm here to see Will.

Carly: Oh. Well, he's just been sitting over there at that table writing in a notebook since I've been here.

Rosanna: Oh, yeah? Yeah, he keeps a journal.

Carly: Well, let's just hope he's not scribbling, "all work and no play makes Will a dull boy."

Rosanna: Carly --

Carly: I -- sorry. I know he's better now. Right?

Rosanna: Yes. I have to talk to him.

Carly: You sure?

Rosanna: Yeah. I have to try to make things right with him. He's family.

Carly: Well, Rosanna, technically, so is Barbara.

Rosanna: Thanks for your support.

Carly: Sure. Anytime, sis.

Rosanna: I kept a journal, too, at your age. Do you mind if I join you?

Will: I really ought to finish my chemistry homework.

Rosanna: This'll just take a minute. Please, Will.

Carly: Hey.

Lily: I came as soon as I got your message.

Carly: You don't look so good.

Lily: I feel worse.

Carly: What happened?

Lily: I blew it. Everything that I did played right into Juliaís hand.

Holden: There was a time that I couldn't imagine Lily ever doing anything like that.

Julia: Yeah, well, I imagine there was a time when you couldn't imagine yourself moving out either.

Holden: This has been coming for a long time.

Julia: Doesn't make it any easier.

Holden: Are you defending her?

Julia: No, I'm not. But I understand. And I keep thinking that if I would have told you what happened last night, maybe -- maybe it wouldn't have gotten so ugly.

Holden: Did you really ask for five mill?

Julia: Yeah, I did. But only because I couldn't believe that she actually tried to pay me off.

Holden: Yeah, well, the art of the payoff runs pretty deep in that family.

Julia: Hey. I want you to know something. There isn't enough money to get me to leave town now.

Jack: Holden, what are you doing loafing around in the middle of the -- day.

Henry: Do I have to get down on one knee again?

Katie: No, no. No, please.

Henry: Um, you hate the ring.

Katie: No, I love it. It's gorgeous.

Henry: Well, when people see the announcement, they're gonna expect to see it on your finger, so --

Katie: This is just all happening really fast.

Henry: Time is on Jenniferís side, not yours.

Katie: It is perfect. I mean, it's the exact ring I would pick out myself.

Henry: I know -- I knew it. I knew it the minute I saw it.

Katie: How?

Henry: The same way that I know you like green tea with an orange peel. And the way you cry at old Shirley Temple movies, and the way you can make leftover meatloaf taste like it came out of a French bistro. I don't know, I know everything about you. Picking out the ring, that's a -- that's a piece of cake.

Katie: But it's all about something that may never happen.

Henry: So? So what? It's crunch time. I'm sorry to say. Okay? What's it going to be? Stare or wear?

[Katie sighs]

Katie: She didn't even have the decency to change her clothes.

Henry: Looks like somebody's been sleeping in Mike's bed.

Katie: Well, we know how that story ended?

Henry: Why don't we change that ending? And goldilocks marries her best friend.

Katie: I think you're right. Jen may have Mike on her arm, but she doesn't have a ring on her finger.

Henry: Congratulations, goldilocks.

Jennifer: Hello.

Katie: Hi. What are you two doing here?

Jennifer: Oh, our lunch plans got changed.

Mike: Nice shot in "The City Times."

Henry: Yeah, well, I've been working out.

Mike: It shows.

Jennifer: I guess congratulations are in order. Wow. That is some ring.

Katie: Well, Henry is some guy.

Mike: Lose a rich aunt?

Henry: You wound me.

Mike: So, how long has this been going on?

Henry: It's been going on for a long time. We just decided to finally make it official.

Katie: You know, how sometimes the greatest thing in your life is right in front of your face, and sometimes you just don't see it?

Henry: Yeah, you know, Katie and I were sitting around talking about what makes us happy and that old lightning bolt just struck us.

Katie: We realized that we're happiest when we're together.

Mike: That's great. I should buy you both a drink.

Henry: Sorry, baby, beat you to the punch. In more ways than one.

Mike: I think our table's ready. We'll see you around.

Henry: Yeah.

Katie: See you. He is not happy.

Henry: I don't know. He's doing a pretty good imitation then.

Katie: Is he looking back?

Henry: No.

Katie: Are you sure?

Henry: Don't turn, don't turn.

Katie: Now?

Henry: Patience. Keep your eyes on me. Eyes on me. And we have vapor lock.

Katie: He's looking, really?

Henry: Yeah, like someone just stole his lunch.

Katie: Well, don't just sit there, toast me.

Henry: Oh, right, right, right. To us.

Katie: To stolen glances.

Jennifer: They look happy. Maybe it's for real.

Mike: The only thing real about those two is the ring maybe. And my money says even that came out of a cereal box.

Julia: Um, tell Emma that I'm gonna call J.J. and say hello when he gets home from school, okay?

Jack: Late shift?

Julia: Yes. Don't you know how I love working nights. I'm the new kid, so -- anyway, I will see you guys later.

Jack: Yeah, listen, before you go, I want to run something by you. I want to do something special with J.J.

Julia: Uh-huh. Something in general or something you're actually going to show up for?

Jack: I know that my schedule's been crazy lately, but I gotta a few days off, and there's a winter campground not too far from here up in Lewisville. And it's kind of great. We can go sledding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, ice fishing, that kind of thing.

Holden: Jack, I took Luke up there a couple years ago. He loved it.

Jack: Yeah, well, J.J. would, too. So, can I take him?

Julia: I don't think it's a good idea.

Jack: Why not?

Julia: Why not? Because J.J. needs a father, Jack, that's consistent, not somebody who lavishes attention on him one minute and then disappears on him the next.

Jack: Julia, I haven't disappeared.

Julia: Well, you haven't been around.

Holden: Julia, I think that J.J. could use a break, don't you?

Jack: I miss him, Julia. I'm sorry work's gotten in the way.

Holden: And a good way to make up for it is to let J.J. kick back, have some fun with his dad.

Jack: Yeah, maybe you and Luke can join us? It'll be like a Snyder father/son thing.

Julia: J.J. loves Luke. He really --

Holden: Luke could actually use some time away. Okay, I'm in. It's up to you.

Jack: Yeah, it is up to you. So, is it a go or not?

Lily: I didn't even get to talk about the camping trip. Julia acted like the money that I offered her was some sort of an insult to her character.

Carly: Like she has any.

Lily: I barely opened my mouth, and there Holden was, standing next to her, defending her. I don't know how much more of this I can take. I gotta stop her. I'll do anything to stop her. I mean, anything.

Rosanna: Why don't we start by being really honest with each other. You don't believe me, and that's okay. I've made a lot of mistakes. Starting with moving into Fairwinds so soon right after Cabot died. The pain was really too much, and I pushed it down because I wanted to prove to Paul how happy I was to be starting a life with him. And you, having you there was a part of all of that. And when those awful things started happening, the pain was just too much and I just wanted it to stop. I couldn't see clearly.

Will: Well, has it stopped?

Rosanna: No, it hasn't, but that's my responsibility to deal with that, okay? There's nothing that you can help me with. Do you understand?

Will: Yeah, I guess so.

Rosanna: Okay. There is something, though, that you can help me with. And it's very important. You can give me another chance. I mean, not today, necessarily, not tomorrow, but when you're ready.

Will: Rosanna, I don't know if I can.

Rosanna: Okay. That's honest. That's a start.

Will: Listen, I really ought to finish my homework.

Rosanna: Yeah, okay. Listen, um, just one last thing. Come outside with me for a second, okay? Just really quick?

Will: Why, what's going on?

Rosanna: It's, um -- it's a surprise. Come on, come with me. Please, Will?

Emily: Come on, Paul, you know me. If I was cooking up an alibi, don't you think it would be a little better than this?

Paul: Kim said you went to see a doctor. Who and when?

Emily: It had to be a family physician.

Paul: Aren't you sure?

Emily: I don't know. I remember something about a virus. Talk to Hal. He'll know.

Paul: Oh, sure, yeah, there's an unbiased source.

Emily: Wait a minute, you were there. You saw me. What was I like? Did I seem okay to you?

Paul: Did you seem like a psycho who was stalking my wife? I don't know, if that's what you're asking.

Emily: But I seemed to be out of it, right? I remember. I remember feeling very tired. I was so disoriented. I couldn't even take care of Daniel. It was like I was in a total daze.

Paul: Well, nothing clears up a haze like a night in the slammer. Do me a favor, huh? Tell your sister and any other friends you may have left to stay the hell away from my home.

Emily: No. Wait a minute. Wait, stop. Find Barbara. Talk to Barbara. She was there. She knows. She knows how sick I was. How bad I was. Talk to her. I'm telling you, I swear to you, there were days it was so bad, I could barely move without Barbaraís help.

Henry: So, you got the guy.

Jennifer: So, you got the girl.

Henry: I guess we're both in the winner's circle.

Jennifer: I really am happy for you, Henry. I just hope Katie realizes how lucky she is.

Mike: Do you mind?

Katie: Please.

Mike: All right, it's just us now, be straight with me. What is the deal with Henry? All right, how far will you go to get under my skin?

Rosanna: Well, from what Kim said, it sounded like your car was spending more time in the shop than on the road.

Will: I don't believe this.

Rosanna: It's all yours, Will.

Will: Well, what's the catch?

Rosanna: There's no catch. It's a gift from me to you. I hope you'll accept it.

Paul: I know you're saying that you and Barbara had some kind of a truce, but I'm not buying it. Because it wasn't long ago that that woman didn't care whether you lived or died.

Emily: Maybe she was grateful to have a roof over her head. I know, it sounds crazy, but she was really good to me. She -- she made me tea, she made sure I got my rest. If you won't listen to me, God, listen to her. Barbara knows the truth.

Julia: Do you really think that Luke would want to go?

Holden: Sure. Like I said, he loves it up there.

Julia: Okay. I think J.J. would have a great time.

Jack: Great. Let him know I'll call him after school. I'm gonna go pick up whatever supplies we'll need, okay?

Holden: All right.

Jack: Thank you.

Holden: I meant what I said. I think it's gonna be really good for J.J. and Luke, too. It's just weird that Jack and I are sort of in the same boat now, being part-time fathers.

Julia: Yeah, but you're not like Jack. You're way ahead of him. You don't check in with your kids when it's convenient to your schedule.

Holden: I am my own boss. And you know what? I think you should cut him a break. Trust him a little bit more.

Julia: I trust you. I'm late. I'll see you later.

Lily: Are you sure that Juliaís gonna let J.J. go? Maybe she'll just say no just to spite Jack.

[Cell phone rings]

Carly: Oh! This may be our answer. It's Jack. Hi, honey. Oh, that's -- that's great. Good. It's been so long since you and Holden have done something like this. Good. Okay, I'll see you then. Love you. The trip is on. Holden's taking Luke with Jack and J.J.

Lily: Oh, well, that's great news. Now what?

Carly: Now, the fun begins.

Lily: What did you have in mind?

On the next "As the World Turns" --

Mike: If you think this engagement's gonna make me jealous, you better think again. 'Cause all it shows is that you never knew the first thing about me.

Paul: The only thing you do know is that Barbara was there.

Emily: Yes. The entire time.

Barbara: Don't believe a word she says. She's out of control. She's desperate. Don't believe a word out of her lying mouth.

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