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As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 3/8/05

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Paul: What could you know about Rosanna? You said you didn't even know where she was until you ran into me.

Barbara: She contacted me.

Paul: She what?

Barbara: This morning.

Paul: No. No, I'm not gonna get sucked into this again. Not by you --

Barbara: You don't have to believe me, Paul. She'll tell you herself.

Jennifer: Scott Reeves and Blue County have a performance in Phoenix, some sort of charity thing. And then they're gonna take them to the airport. You know, we're gonna have to change the order. If we can't find the ivory, we'll just lead with the black. So I want you to meet them at the airport, take them to their limo. And -- right. And you've got the manager's number, right? Good. Call me if you need anything. Okay.

Mike: The message said you were gonna be late. I didn't think that meant you weren't gonna come home at all.

Jennifer: I'm sorry. I just got so swamped. I didn't want to call and wake you up again. I just crashed on the couch here.

Mike: I thought you were walking away from Street Jeans.

Jennifer: Well, but then I thought about it. You know, this is my company. I don't care what my mother's accounts say. I found the ivory! Put it back at the top of the order! Look, babe, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I just -- with this event tonight, I just have so much to do. So can we catch up later?

Mike: Jen, what's going on?

Jennifer: Nothing. I just have a deadline.

Mike: I'm sorry, I'm not buying it. And I am not leaving here until you tell me what happened.

Katie: You know you are the best sister in the entire world.

Margo: Yes. I am. So I take it the zoning variance was approved?

Katie: Just because you live next door to the commissioner, yes, thank you very much.

Margo: And you got Mike to sign off that he supervised all the work?

Katie: Oh, not yet. I've been busy.

Margo: Katie, a variance isn't valid without the signature of the contractor on the permit.

Katie: I know. I'll call him. I will. But I'm gonna call Henry first, because this whole gym thing was his idea in the first place.

Margo: How is old Henry?

Katie: Happily married.

Margo: Oh. So you guys have resolved that little issue?

Katie: If you're asking if we've consummated our marriage yet, no. But these things take time.

Margo: Really? That's never been my experience.

Katie: All right, we're gonna work it out. And if we don't work it out, somehow it will work out, because we love each other, and I promised him till death do we part, and I don't plan on dying any time soon, so there you go.

Henry: So operation redhead is a go?

Craig: Well, Henry, your plan to get Katie and Mmike together at Metro clearly had an impact. Jennifer is back at work.

Henry: Well, this calls for a celebration.

Craig: No, not so fast. If you really love your wife, I want you to get a plan together to get Mike Kasnoff out of Street Jeans and back into Katie’s arms where he belongs.

Keith: You think I killed Julia? Based on what?

Jack: Where's J.J.?

Holden: He's upstairs.

Jack: Well, I don't want him witnessing this, so please let's do this at the station.

Keith: I'm not going anywhere. So you and Holden can take J.J. and hide him someplace? You've got nothing on me and you know it. Now, where is my nephew?!

Jack: Where were you on the day that Julia died?

Keith: I told you where I was -- in Chicago.

Jack: No, you weren't, Keith. You were here in Oakdale, at the bank, with a forged document giving you power of attorney over Julia’s estate.

Lily: What?

Jack: Yeah, that's right. On the day she died, Keith here was opening Julia’s safe deposit box and pulled out documents that were only supposed to be opened in the event of her death. And I'm wondering why.

Keith: You don't know what you're talking about.

Jack: Oh, no? I have an eyewitness and surveillance video that says I do.

Keith: I admit I went to the bank.

Jack: I thought you were in Chicago.

Keith: We're done here. I'm calling my lawyer.

Jack: You're lawyering up now? Why? Why?

Keith: Because you are trying to railroad me because you want my nephew, that's why.

Jack: Why were you at the bank, Keith?

Keith: I wanted to get some things out of my sister's safety deposit box.

Jack: Some things? You emptied the whole damn box.

Holden: Why did you lie to us about Chicago?

Keith: Because you two are on a witch hunt.

Jack: You see, there's a problem with your argument, and that's timing. You were in Chicago. I didn't even break the news to you that Julia had died. Why lie, Keith? Why lie unless you already knew she was dead?

Keith: Hey, back off. What kind of a monster do you think I am? Kill my sister? I loved her. She's the only family I've got now.

Jack: See, that's another -- that's another funny thing there, because in the time that we were married, she never once mentioned a brother, an uncle -- nothing.

Keith: Well, you know, that's not my fault, you know. I begged her to move in with me after she got away from Les. But she was afraid, because of my job, that I wouldn't be around. That I couldn't protect her. I told her I'd quit my job at the airline. The next morning, she was gone, and I'd been looking for her since until these two showed up and told me where she was. I thought I had a second chance. But she found somebody that could protect her -- you, Holden. Yeah. You know, all she ever wanted to do was marry and have kids. You were supposed to fulfill her dream.

Jack: Yeah. Yeah, I guess that dream didn't include an uncle who wanted equal time with J.J.

Keith: Look, I panicked. I went to the safety deposit box because I wanted to see the guardianship papers.

Jack: Right. Right, the papers that you supposedly have with you today.

Keith: I wanted to see, to make sure that she hadn't changed anything that she still wanted me to take care of J.J. and she did.

Jack: Well, you're right about one thing, 'cause if Julia had married Holden, she would've changed those agreements.

Keith: Well, she wasn't gonna marry Holden.

Jack: Then why panic, Keith?

Keith: How could I have killed Julia? I wasn't at her apartment. You yourself said I was at the bank.

Jack: You already lied once about your whereabouts that day, so why wouldn't I believe that you'd lie again? We're done here. We're going to the station.

Keith: We're not going anywhere. J.J.! Come on --

Jack: You keep calling him, your kid's gonna see you in handcuffs. You want that?

Keith: I want these two -- those two are responsible, but you don't want to see it.

Jack: Let's go.

Keith: Get off me!

Jack: I'll call you from the station.

Carly: No, Jack -- he should've waited for backup.

Holden: Carly, I'll follow him, all right?

Carly: Thank you.

Holden: You gonna be okay?

Mike: The last time we talked, you didn't want anything to do with your mother.

Jennifer: Craig's has taken care of Barbara.

Mike: And who's looking after Craig?

Jennifer: You know, I know that this is not what you wanted.

Mike: Whoa -- how'd this get to be about me?

Jennifer: Because you wanted me to stay home and have kids and get married.

Mike: I never said that you --

Jennifer: As soon as Henry and Katie started talking kids, you decided that we should have some of our own.

Mike: My wanting to have kids has nothing to do with Henry.

Jennifer: Okay. Fine. But I am not ready to give up my career.

Mike: Who said you had to give up your career?

Jennifer: Well, I'm not going to do what my mother did and try to run an empire while baking brownies at 2:00 the morning, so that the world thinks I'm some sort of supermom. When I decide to have kids, they will to be the focus.

Mike: Great.

Jennifer: But I'm not ready yet.

Mike: Jen, whatever you want, I am here for you. Okay? You needed a model to launch Street Jeans, who posed for the pictures? You needed help standing up to your mom, and I was right there for you. But working here with Craig Montgomery and your mom -- I just don't want to see you get hurt again.

Jennifer: You really mean that?

Mike: Of course I mean it. Why -- why would you even ask that question?

Jennifer: Because, I just -- and I know it's not intentional, when people -- people can't help how they feel sometimes.

Assistant: Jennifer, I need your approval on these new proofs.

Jennifer: Okay, sorry. I'll be right back.

Craig: You're gonna have to move fast, Henry.

Henry: Are you asking me to sacrifice my marriage?

Craig: She's in love with another man, Henry. What kind of marriage are we talking about?

Henry: I'll take Katie any way I can get her.

Craig: You want her unhappy? Because that's the way she's going to be when she realizes that Mike Kasnoff married Jennifer, only because he thought she was happily married to you.

Henry: I offered to have the marriage annulled. She wouldn't hear of it.

Craig: That's because she feels guilty about you, Henry. She can't tell you the truth. She can't tell you she's in love with Mike Kasnoff and wants out. That's why you have to suck it up. Act like a man. Dump her, Henry. Before you break her heart for good.

Henry: And if she doesn't let me dump her, Craig, then what?

Craig: Henry, there's only two ways to free a married woman, you divorce her or you widow her. You pick one.

Henry: Widow her? That would mean I have to -- Craig? Craig?

Katie: Henry and I will make love when the time is right.

Margo: And when's that gonna be? When Mike is finally through with you and he marries Jennifer and they have their first child or their second child?

Katie: If that's what they want, fine.

Margo: Oh, Kathryn, it's one thing to lie to me, but when you start lying to yourself, that's when you're asking for trouble.

Katie: Okay. All right. I will admit that there is a certain pull between Mike and me, but we're gonna get past it.

Margo: Oh, really? How are you going to do that? Some night when he's working on the gym, hanging drywall, he's stripped down to his Street Jeans, and he asks you to hand him a hammer -- you're gonna get past it? When it's the one thing that you really want?

Henry: You want something, Katie?

Katie: No. Nothing. I'm fine. I have everything I want.

Margo: You'll have to excuse me, Henry. I gotta go clean out my ears.

Henry: Okay. What's wrong with her ears?

Katie: Oh, she's just going to that party at Metro tonight for Street Jeans and she has to get ready. We should get going, too.

Henry: What -- what did you girls talk about?

Katie: Oh, I was just telling Margo how happy we are, and that no marriage is perfect. Which is why we're working on our situation.

Henry: What situation?

Katie: Our "not quite sleeping together yet" situation.

Henry: You told her about that, Katie?

Katie: Yeah. Why not? She's my sister.

Henry: I -- so what? I don't care if she's your clone, you don't tell people what you're not doing.

Katie: She knew about how this whole started --

Henry: Everybody knows how this started! Why don't we just take out a full-page ad in "The City Times?" "Katie Peretti Frasier -- almost Kasnoff -- Coleman doesn't sleep with her husband"? Then everybody will know!

Barbara: Okay, notice the handwriting?

Paul: Right, you just happened to have that when you just happened to run into me.

Barbara: If you recall, you ran into me. And, no, I was given this as I was leaving the office. I read it in the car. Okay, if this is of no interest to you, I'll just --

Paul: Where did you get her perfume?

Barbara: I drove by her car one day and caught her scent through the bulletproof glass, and then I ran out and had someone make a copy of it, which I then poured all over the envelope -- after I'd paid the forger. I'm nothing if not thorough.

Paul: She hates you. Why would she write to you?

Barbara: Well, she made that very clear in that letter. You know what? This is really none of your business. Paul, I only thought I should show it to you so you could be spared the pain that you would endure if you went down to Santo Domingo and tried to reason with her. Because you know what that letter proves? She's beyond reason. And, you know, that was addressed to me, and maybe you shouldn't read it after all, but -- maybe now that she's had a chance to vent, she might be more open.

Paul: You think she's over me? Am I just a fool?

Barbara: No, I think you're a wonderful man. And that she's an idiot. Now, let's just forget all about this, okay?

Paul: Wait. Read it.

Barbara: Are you sure you want me to do this?

Paul: Yes. Go ahead, Mother, let's just play this out.

Barbara: "Dear Barbara, as you're no doubt aware by now, I was responsible for drugging Emily and instructing her to haunt me." Paul, we know all this.

Paul: Keep reading.

Barbara: "Were you surprised? I know Paul was and poor Emily. I am sorry I had to involve her, but I needed an ally, and with you locked up in the house, it was irresistible. And I had to do something dramatic, something that would cause the kind of pain I felt when I lost the only person I've ever truly loved. But then you have some inkling of how that feels -- to love a child and lose him? You've been driven by that fear your whole life. But no, I don't feel sympathy for you, Barbara, and this isn't a letter of apology. I just couldn't leave town without letting you know how much I've enjoyed watching you suffer. It was almost as satisfying as hurting Paul."

Jennifer: Oh, Hon, I'm sorry. This is just really not a good time.

Mike: Jen. Jen! Look, I get what you love about all this. All right, if this is what you want to do, go for it. I am 100% behind you.

Craig: That's smart, Mike, because our Jennifer’s about to become the hottest new designer since Narcisco Rodriguez.

Jennifer: Ah, just take care of my mother and I will be so happy.

Craig: Yeah, so far, so good.

Mike: So far, so good? I thought she was supposed to be out of the picture permanently.

Craig: Jennifer, did you get a hold of Tina for that interview with "W"?

Jennifer: Oh, no, no, no, not yet. Thank you for reminding me.

Craig: Mike, that's a happy girl.

Mike: She better stay that way. Because if you make a fool out of her, you'll answer to me.

Katie: I didn't give her any details.

Henry: There are no details, Katie, that's part of the problem.

Katie: Oh, speaking of problems --

Henry: Yeah?

Katie: We got our variance for the gym. We just need to get Mike's signature.

Henry: Once again, Mike saves the day.

Katie: He's our contractor.

Henry: Don't remind me.

Katie: I'm really sorry if I embarrassed you, Henry. I didn't mean to. I was just telling Margo how much fun we have every day and how much we love each other, so she asked if we had -- and I said --

Henry: Yeah, I know what you said, Katie. And -- I -- look, I love you, too. It's just that -- it's just that --

Katie: What? What's wrong?

Henry: It's nothing, it's just -- I gotta get this truck off my chest, that's all.

Katie: Henry? Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! What's happening? Henry, are you okay? Margo, help! Henry!

Henry: She's cleaning out her ears --

Katie: Don't you die on me, I will never forgive you. Yeah, I need an ambulance.

Lily: Thank you. Oh, Keith seemed very upset.

Carly: Well, Jack caught him in quite a lie, didn't he?

Lily: I don't know. He seemed genuinely upset that Jack -- or anyone -- would think that he murdered his own sister.

Carly: Well, you've got to remember something, Lily -- Jack is very good at his job. And he found an eyewitness who puts Keith in the bank with forged papers.

Lily: I don't know, I don't know. Maybe he did that because he was afraid he was gonna lose J.J.

Carly: Maybe he killed her because he was afraid he was going to lose J.J. You said it yourself, Lily. Julia was alive when you left her.

Lily: Yes, and that's what I would tell Jack.

Carly: We've already had this discussion. We agreed that going to the police is not a good idea.

Lily: I'll say that I wiped off all the fingerprints. I'll leave you out of it, I promise.

Carly: What about Luke? Do you honestly think he's gonna let his mother take the fall for this?

Lily: I'm guilty! I left her lying there on the floor. I will not let an innocent man go to jail.

Carly: An innocent man? Didn't you hear him? Keith told Jack he wasn't anywhere near Julia’s apartment. You know that's not true. Why would he lie if he wasn't guilty?

Cop: Detective, you've got a call on line one.

Jack: Snyder. When? You sure? Yes, right away. Thanks, good work.

Holden: You get something?

Jack: Only the most common motive for murder.

Holden: Does it put Keith at the scene of the crime? Jack! Jack!

Keith: How much longer are you going to keep me? J.J.'s waiting.

Jack: Yeah. Yeah, you really care about that little guy, don't you?

Keith: You know that I do.

Jack: And when you were emptied Julia’s safe deposit box, you were only thinking of his interests, right?

Keith: Absolutely.

Jack: Yes, and your welfare -- that was never an issue.

Keith: I told you that I wanted to make sure that J.J. was still mine.

Jack: Because you're so fond of him.

Keith: I'm not just fond of him, I love him. He's my nephew!

Jack: What about his money, Keith? Did you kill his mother to get your hands on his trust fund, Keith? 'Cause that's what it looks like from here.

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Carly: If Keith is guilty, you're home free. Meanwhile, we keep our mouths shut.

Katie: Because I'm the reason his heart is hurting.

Margo: I wouldn't be so sure about that.

Katie: Oh, Henry, please wake up. I promise I will never mention sex again.

Henry: That's not a promise I want you to keep, bubbles.

Katie: Oh, thank God. I was so worried about you.

Henry: I'm sorry. I'm sorry, I didn't mean to scared you.

Katie: Oh, and there you go being so wonderful while I'm being the selfish, the heartless --

Henry: Beautiful blonde-haired, blue-eyed -- what I wouldn't give --

Katie: For what?

Henry: Do me a favor, will you? Will you call Mike Kasnoff, tell him to come down here.

Katie: Mike? Why?

Henry: 'Cause, honey, we him to sign him the variance on the gym, so --

Katie: Oh, we don't need to worry about that right now, okay? What's happening? Are you having another attack?

Henry: Just call Mike --

Katie: No, I'm gonna call the doctor!

Henry: No, Mike's my best friend. I just want him down here.

Katie: Whatever you want. I'll call him as soon as I call the doctor.

Henry: Call Mike!

Dr. Maslin: Hey, Katie, how's the patient?

Katie: Uh, he's having another attack, I think. You have to help him.

Henry: Call Mike --

Katie: Okay!

Henry: Am I gonna live, Doc?

Dr. Maslin: To 100, if you don't fall off a barstool first. Show me where it hurts.

Henry: Right here, where I'm holding. Yeah -- ah!

Dr. Maslin: Looks like you pulled a chest muscle when you collapsed.

Henry: When I had the heart attack?

Dr. Maslin: You had a mild anxiety attack, Mr. Coleman. You're gonna be fine.

Henry: Okay, why can't I breathe, then?

Dr. Maslin: Anxiety will do that. I'd give you a sedative, but the last time you were treated here for -- a concussion? Your blood alcohol level was such that I'd say sedatives are contraindicated.

Henry: Hmm. So, what are you saying to me here, Doc -- you can't do anything for me?

Dr. Maslin: No, I'm saying you should go home and let your wife make you a cup of chamomile tea.

Henry: Can't go home, okay? What do you say we admit me, huh?

Dr. Maslin: I'm not gonna admit you. You're gonna be fine.

Henry: I -- I -- can't go home, Doc, please. It's gonna ruin everything.

Mike: You don't care about Jennifer. You're just using her to get back in the game.

[Craig laughs]

Craig: No. No, I also never suggested she drop everything and deliver my child, either. Ah.

Jennifer: Ah, what'd I miss?

Craig: Not a thing. Did you reach Tina?

Jennifer: Yep, it's all set up. We're gonna talk to here next week.

Craig: No, no, no, she wants to talk to you. You're the genius.

Jennifer: Oh yes, and next I'll be launching world peace.

Mike: So what time is this shindig tonight?

Jennifer: 8:00. And I'm gonna be running back and forth between here and metro, so if want to meet me over there -- if you want, you can.

Mike: Are you kidding me? I wouldn't miss it.

Jennifer: Good. 'Cause your face is gonna be everywhere, and people will be wanting to see you.

Mike: Don't worry, I'll be there. [Cell phone rings] Hello?

Katie: Mike, hi. It's me. I'm sorry for bothering you like this.

Mike: Not a problem. You sound upset. What's wrong?

Katie: Henry was just admitted to Memorial with chest pains --

Mike: What?

Jennifer: Who is it?

Katie: The doctors are with him right now. They're running tests. He just wanted me to call you. He said you're his best friend, Mike. I'm so scared.

Mike: I'll be right there. Henry was just admitted to the hospital with chest pains.

Jennifer: Oh, my God. Is he okay?

Mike: They don't know yet.

Jennifer: Who called you?

Mike: Katie. Apparently, Henry wanted to make sure I knew what was going on. I gotta get over there, okay?

Jennifer: Yeah, go, go, go, go. And if you can't make the reception tonight --

Mike: No, I'll be there. I'll be there.

Jennifer: Okay.

Craig: We should get these samples over to Metro, you know.

Jennifer: Right, right. I'm gonna call personnel and have them send the models over for a run-through. Could you call their cars?

Craig: Sure, sure. Whatever you need. Whatever you need. Oh, Henry, when you go, you go the distance.

Margo: Hey, what did the doctor say?

Katie: They don't know anything yet. Margo, if anything happens to him, I'm never gonna forgive myself.

Margo: Why, what did you do?

Katie: I broke the first rule of married life. I talked about our sex life to my sister.

Margo: What sex life?

Katie: Exactly. Do you know how humiliate Henry was? And then he collapsed. Now, he's fighting for his life, and it's all my fault.

Margo: Katie, I took his pulse at the house. He's not fighting for his life.

Katie: How do you know?

Margo: Because I'm a cop. I see a dozen heart attacks a year. Henry's going to be fine. And even if he was in trouble, how would that be your fault?

Katie: Because I'm the reason that his heart is hurting.

Margo: I wouldn't be so sure about that.

Lily: So what are you saying? That Keith came into the apartment and saw where I left Julia and -- finished her off?

Carly: We knew they were fighting about J.J.

Lily: But to hit a woman who's half conscious? Come on.

Carly: Well, maybe -- I don't know. Maybe he held a pillow over her face or something.

Lily: Oh, Carly, come on. That's -- that's too gruesome. No!

Carly: What's gruesome is that he's trying to blame us. And who knows what that man is capable of, Lily? Just let Jack do his job. If Keith is guilty, you're home free. Meanwhile, we keep our mouths shut.

Keith: You think I would kill my sister for her money?

Jack: Don't tell me you didn't know about the funds set up by J.J.'s grandparents.

Keith: Of course I knew about the funds. But that's J.J.'s money.

Jack: Right. "To be administered and distributed by his legal guardian, Keith Morrissey." It's all right here. And I bet that if I pull your credit report, I'd find you're in debt up to your eyeballs?

Keith: You know what? You go ahead and pull it. But I love J.J.

Jack: Yeah, a lot of people love J.J., Keith. But only you and Julia’s attorney knew about the trust fund.

Keith: Well, I knew that when she came to town, she got a new attorney. I wanted to make sure that the will hadn't changed.

Jack: You could've asked her. You could've went to her apartment and asked her, and knowing Julia, she would have resented the question. Maybe you lost your temper, is that how it went down?

Keith: I told you -- I never talked to her.

Jack: Bring her in.

Edna: That's him. That's the maniac I saw pounding on Miss Larrabee’s door the day she was killed!

Jack: You sure that this is the gentleman you saw outside Julia Larrabee’s door?

Edna: I've seen him before, plenty of times. And then, there he was, this very same day. He was hollerin' like he was raising up the devil and pounding on the door like he wanted to break it down.

Jack: All right, thank you very much. Maybe you can find her some tea and a quiet place to write her statement.

Cop: Right this way, ma'am.

Edna: It was a terrible thing, what you done to that girl. I hope they fry your behind.

Keith: Where'd you dig up that crackpot?

Jack: That was Julia’s neighbor. She just placed you at the scene of the crime, Keith.

Holden: It's true? He was there?

Jack: You need to get out of here -- Holden! Come on, Holden -- Holden –

Mike: Isn't Henry kinda young for a heart attack?

Katie: Well, Margo doesn't think it was a heart attack. But I gotta tell you, seeing him on the floor in so much pain like that --

Mike: Hey, he's gonna be all right.

Katie: I know. Well, he'd better be. I don't know what I'd do without him.

Dr. Maslin: Mr. Coleman, this is a hospital, not a hotel.

Henry: Just a couple days, Doc --

Dr. Maslin: We need this room for someone who's really sick.

Henry: Okay, okay. Just hold on -- just let me ask you one more favor. Could you let me break the news to my wife?

Dr. Maslin: Keep it up, and I'll call for a psych consult.

Henry: If she only knew.

Katie: Hey, Dr. Maslin said you wanted to see me? Oh, and Mike's here.

Henry: Mike. Oh, great. Mike, come on in. Come on in.

Mike: You gave Katie a real scare.

Henry: Oh, hey, I was the scared one, believe me. But the doc says I'm good to go.

Katie: You can come home?

Henry: Yeah, yeah. As soon as you check me out. So if you wouldn't mind running down to admitting --

Katie: Wait -- so it wasn't a heart attack?

Henry: No, it was an anxiety attack with a muscle spasm. So, before I die of embarrassment, could you go make nice with the paperwork?

Katie: I'm so glad you're okay.

Mike: So everything's fine? Nothing's wrong with your heart?

Henry: Look, Mike, I didn't want to scare Katie. The doc wants me to see a specialist in New York to run some more tests. I'm sure it's nothing for now, but do me a favor. Just keep this between us, okay?

Mike: She's your wife, Henry --

Henry: I know, I know, but she has enough to worry about. And, you know, she's working her cute little butt off getting the gym ready for opening. I don't want her postponing anything because of me. You know what? I'm gonna be back before she even notices. So if you wouldn't mind just not telling her anything, I'd appreciate that.

Mike: If that's what you want to do.

Henry: Yeah. I don't want to worry her any more than I have to.

Mike: All right. You want me to go with you?

Henry: No, no. Actually, if you wouldn't mind just keeping an eye on her, that'd be great.

Mike: Not a problem.

Henry: Didn't think it would be.

Jennifer: You know, I don't want to do a formal runway. I think it would be much more interesting if we just let the models wander through.

Craig: You're the boss.

Jennifer: Thanks to you.

Craig: Me?

Jennifer: Well, if my mother were here we would have a dais and a runway and everything would just be starchy. You know, these are jeans. Why not let the models just saunter in, past Scott, let everyone get an eyeful, and then let them wander through the crowd, people can get a closer look.

Craig: Yeah, that sounds great.

[Jennifer sighs]

Jennifer: Yeah, I'm not naive, Craig. I realize that my success is your success. But still, I am grateful to you.

Craig: For what?

Jennifer: For talking me into coming back to work. I mean, this is what I love to do.

Craig: Oh, I know.

Jennifer: As long as you understand that I cannot work with my mother looking over my shoulder, and I won’t.

Craig: Yeah, as long as I know you're committed, I will make you happy.

Jennifer: What are you referring to?

Craig: I saw Mike Kasnoff whispering into your ear.

Jennifer: You don't have to worry about Mike.

Craig: He doesn't want you at Street Jeans.

Jennifer: You don't need to worry about what Mike wants. As for Street Jeans, as long as you keep my mother away from me, I am more than happy to stay on.

Barbara: "Paul chose me over Cabot because you made him weak, Barbara. He's afraid of his father, afraid of you, afraid of life -- and Cabot died as a result. Well, now he understands what it feels like to love someone and lose them. I made sure of that. Once we moved into Fairwinds and I realized that our life together was impossible, any promise I made was a lie."

Paul: Oh. The anniversary trip. Those tickets are just to torture me?

Barbara: What tickets? Honey, I know a little bit about grief. And you can't believe everything that she's saying.

Paul: Right. So by that logic, I should find her and try and help her.

Barbara: I'm just saying that what you should take out of this is that Cabot and his memory meant more to her than anything. And that she could never move on or love anyone more deeply than her son. Maybe it wasn't an accident that you mistook me for her earlier.

Paul: Are you comparing yourself to Rosanna?

Barbara: Only in this -- that our children come first. And maybe that's not enough for you. You need a woman who puts you first. Paul, think about this, okay? Please. You have a brother, Will, who loves you and needs you. You have a sister, Jennifer, who loves you and needs you. You are not alone, you have family. And as much as I'm not your favorite person these days, I love you. And need you, too --

Paul: Mother -- you have never been my favorite.

James: Bravo, Barbara, bravo. But you always did love the coup de grace, didn't you?

Barbara: That letter. Really, James, if he weren't so grief-stricken, he would have seen right through it.

James: Whatever do you mean?

Barbara: "Your mother makes you weak"?

James: Oh, well, that. Made it credible, didn't it?

Barbara: I have a plane to catch.

James: One more thing.

Barbara: I am fresh out of favors. I did not enjoy hurting my son.

James: Please, Barbara, please. You were having a blast. I got you released from jail, Rosanna leaves Paul so he can run back home to Mommy.

Barbara: I have a plane in 20 minutes.

James: Yes. And in three minutes, you're gonna thank me. Because I have a favor to ask. And this favor is for you.

Mike: How's it going?

Jennifer: Mike, you're back. How's Henry?

Mike: He's hangin' in there. Katie's taking him home.

Jennifer: So it wasn't a heart attack?

Mike: I don't know if they're quite sure what it was.

Jennifer: Nothing serious?

Mike: No, I hope not. But I came back, just like I said I would.

[Cell phone rings]

Henry: Hello?

Craig: Hello, Henry. Do I have to come down there and give you a heart attack myself?

Henry: Oh, wow. Wow, thank you so much for your concern, Craig. No, one a day is sufficient.

Craig: Well, apparently not. Because Katie is taking you home and Mike Kasnoff is here making go-go eyes at Jennifer.

Henry: What do you expect me to do?

Craig: I expect you to do whatever it takes to get your so-called wife and Mike Kasnoff to remember that they belong together.

Henry: Craig, has it ever occurred to you that maybe it has run its course? That maybe they have burned out? You know, Mike and Katie have moved on --

Craig: Henry, I thought you really loved my sister.

Henry: I staged a heart attack today, and tomorrow I'm flying to who knows where to that mike can have a shot at my wife. What more do you want, Craig?

Craig: Tomorrow may be too late, Henry. Jennifer is planning a big bash at Metro tonight for Street Jeans and she wants Mike Kasnoff by her side. It's a big success. Everything comes up roses, and suddenly, the two of them are on a little plane to a little wedding chapel in Vegas.

Henry: Fine. I'll think of something.

Craig: Sooner than later, Henry.

Mike: We still on for 8:00?

Jennifer: 8:00 is perfect.

[Cell phone rings]

Mike: Sorry. Hello?

Henry: Mike. Ah, I'm so glad I caught you. I need to ask you a favor.

Mike: Whatever you need, Henry.

Henry: Well, I was thinking about it, and I don't think I want Katie to drive me to the airport. You know, I don't want her to worry about me.

Mike: I'll drive you.

Henry: Would you? Hey, that'd be great.

Mike: When's your flight?

Henry: Well, Dr. Maslin said that if I leave tonight, I can get the tests done right away and see a specialist in the morning.

Mike: Tonight?

Henry: Yeah, is that a problem?

Jennifer: It's fine.

Mike: Let me call you right back. Henry wants me to drive --

Jennifer: Drive him to the airport. It's fine.

Mike: No, it's not fine. Because it means I'll miss the show.

Jennifer: Well, there'll be other shows.

Mike: Henry can take a cab.

Jennifer: And what if he has a heart attack in the cab? Someone has to be with him.

Mike: I promised you --

Jennifer: You know, don't make me feel guilty on top of --

Mike: On top of what?

Jennifer: On top of everything that I have to do here. Okay, it's fine, just go. We'll catch up later.

Katie: What do you mean, you're going out of town?

Henry: Ah, it's my sister. She's having another crisis. You know, her husband's leaving her and her son is sniffing glue, the dog ate the canary and -- you know, typical Coleman family disaster. And I've got to go make it all right. So --

Katie: The dog ate the canary?

Henry: Yeah, you know, it's really complicated. It's probably why I had the anxiety attack to begin with. I will call you from the airport.

Katie: No, you won’t.

Henry: Why not?

Katie: Because I'm your wife. I'm going with you.

Lily: How is J.J.?

Carly: He finally cried himself to sleep. I keep thinking about Parker when Jack went over that bridge.

Lily: But Jack came back.

Carly: It's going to be okay, Lil. However it happened, Julia is gone, and Holden is gonna come home.

Lily: Carly, it doesn't matter whether Keith did anything. It's my fault. Julia died because of me. We lured her brother here so I could save my marriage. She died because of me.

Holden: You accused my wife, and you're the one who murdered Julia! Your own sister!

Jack: Get him outside. Get him outside.

Holden: You're not gonna get away with this!

Jack: Holden!

Keith: All right, look. You know -- hey, Jack, I was there. I knocked on the door, I was yelling at her to open up, but she didn’t. And that's why I went to the bank, 'cause I was afraid she'd taken off again -- she'd done it before. All right, now you gotta believe me here.

Jack: Why? Why would I believe you, Keith? You've proven to me that you're nothing but a liar. You lied about being in Chicago, you forged power of attorney. You lied to the officer at the bank. You lied about being at the scene of the crime. Keith Morrisey, you're under arrest for the murder of Julia Larrabee. You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to you. Do you understand your rights as I've explained them to you?

On the next "As the World Turns" --

Henry: Coleman's sister's brother getting married, and they don't receive so much as an announcement.

Katie: Henry, I feel so stupid.

Henry: This is all Mike's fault.

Mike: Don't use Henry as an excuse. If you don't want me here, just say so, okay?

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