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As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 7/5/05

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Woman: My boy! My beautiful boy! What have you done to my boy?

[Carly screams]

Jack: Carly? Are you okay? What is it?

Carly: I heard a woman screaming for her little boy.

Jack: In your dream? Did you know who she was?

Carly: No, I didn't see her, Jack. I just heard her voice.

Jack: It's all right now. It's all right. It was a nightmare.

Carly: It seemed so real.

Jack: Breathe.

Carly: She was crying -- and something happened to her little boy -- something terrible.

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[Craig remembering]

Judge Kwan: I hereby grant the plaintiff's request for a restraining order, preventing any contact or communication with Mrs. Kasnoff or her offspring with the following amendment -- that this restraining order be in effect for a period of not less than five years from this date.

[Gavel tap]

Rosanna: Hello. Am I disturbing you?

Craig: No. No, no, no.

Rosanna: I've been doing some thinking. Last night when I told you that we could be a family --

Craig: No, no, no. You don't have to say anything, Rosanna. I'm going to be packing my things, and I'll be leaving.

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Margo: Oh, whoa, whoa! Where's the fire?

Henry: I've been praying it's not here, Margo.

Margo: What are you talking about?

Henry: Your message? You said come over as soon as possible. Is Katie okay?

Margo: Oh, yeah, she's fine. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to worry you. I just thought maybe you should get your stuff out of here before the realtor came.

Henry: The realtor?

Margo: Yeah, Katie's going to rent out the cottage.

Henry: Well, where's she going to live, Margo?

Margo: Well, not here in Oakdale. In fact, she didn't know where she was going when she left last night.

Henry: When she left? Margo? Okay, wait, I'm sorry, time out. How can she leave if she doesn't know where she's going?

Margo: Oh, well --

Henry: Right. This is Katie that we are talking about, isn't it?

Margo: All she knew is that she had to get out of here after everything that happened. And the sooner, the better.

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Katie: Thank you so much. Can you just put them over there, please?

Bellman: Long trip?

Katie: Yes and no. Ever drive and drive and still not figure out where you wanted to end up? Never mind. Wait a second, 6010. My God, I've been here before.

Bellman: And we're happy to have you back.

Katie: No. I mean here in this room. I was supposed to meet my husband here, only he wasn't here. Mike was.

Bellman: I see.

Katie: No. No, you don't see. I just left my home and drove all night trying to forget them both. If I stay in this room, I never will.

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Dusty: How could I sleep through two alarms?

Meg: Well, after the night we had, I thought you might need your rest.

Dusty: It's coming back to me now.

Meg: Hmm, you get the general idea?

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Jennifer: Oh, Dusty, this like my millionth message. Please call me. Mike knows that we set Craig up. And now he's gone. Oh, Mike! [Jennifer sobbing] I knew you'd be back. Oh, thank God.

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Dusty: Oh, no.

Meg: No, no, no. Leave it, leave it. Come here.

[Dusty laughs]

Dusty: You promise?

Meg: Yeah.

Dusty: Well, then I'll make it quick. Hey, you got a second? I -- can we -- I hate to say this, but I gotta -- I gotta go.

Meg: Why? What happened?

Dusty: Jennifer -- she's very upset and I've gotta go over there.

Meg: She seemed fine when she came by last night.

Dusty: She was here? Last night?

Meg: Yeah, you were in the shower. I didn't say anything because she asked me not to.

Dusty: Don't worry about it. It's not a problem.

Meg: I guess breakfast is out?

Dusty: Well, you can order room service. You can order whatever you want, okay?

Meg: Oh, don't worry, I will.

Dusty: Are you okay?

Meg: I'm just a girl, interrupted. You know, you're a lot of things, Donovan, but I never figured you for a liar.

Dusty: So I'm a liar now, huh?

Meg: You told me I was crazy thinking that there was something between you and Jennifer, but you just jumped up to ride to her rescue right now. You know, I would say that I was dead on.

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Jennifer: I was so worried. I didn't know what to think. I never should've doubted you. I knew you'd be back.

Mike: I'm not staying.

Jennifer: No, but we need to talk.

Mike: We did that last night.

Jennifer: So, what? So that's just it? You're just gonna walk out?

Mike: I can't stay here. Not now. I need some time.

Jennifer: Okay. Okay, I can give that to you. As long as I know that there's a chance that you'll be back.

Mike: I doubt it.

Jennifer: Mike, look, you have every right to be angry. I should have told you about Dusty and about my plan. I was wrong to lie to you.

Mike: You didn't just lie to me. You lied to a judge, you lied to your friends, you lied to a whole courtroom ll of people.

Jennifer: But Craig was --

Mike: Craig was set up! When I think about how you sat there and let me feel bad for doubting you.

[Jennifer sobbing]

Jennifer: I never meant to hurt anyone.

Mike: It's a little late for that.

Jennifer: No, please don't do this. Please don't do this, Mike. Think about what we have. Think about how good we are together.

Mike: You know what? If things were so great between us, none of this would have happened. So I'm starting to think that maybe our marriage never should've happened.

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Katie: Oh, this is such a mistake. I never should've come here.

Bellman: Would you like me to check on another room?

Katie: Yes. Oh, yes, please. That would be great. As soon as possible. Okay, relax. It's just temporary 'til they find you another room.

[Katie sighs]

[Cork pops]

Katie: Ooh!

Mike: Hello.

[Katie giggles]

Katie: Leave me alone, Mike. Please, just leave me alone.

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Henry: So, who was Katie running away from?

Margo: Well, you.

Henry: Me?

Margo: Yeah, Henry, she felt awful when she got those divorce papers.

Henry: So, I'm the reason for her self-imposed exile?

Margo: Uh, not entirely.

Henry: No, of course not. What was I thinking. It's Mike. Even in breaking up, I'm second banana.

Margo: Oh, come on, Henry. Come on. Katie felt awful. She did. She felt like she had messed everything up with both you and Mike, and the best thing that she could do was just to leave you both alone.

Henry: We're not alone. Margo, he has Jen, and I've got what? My bar tab at the Lakeview. I don't even have a wittle wabbit to call my own.

Margo: Oh, speaking of a wittle wabbit, I've got to get him to the kennel. I'll leave you to pack.

Henry: What do you mean, the kennel? You can't do that. The kennel? It's a free-range rabbit.

Margo: It's a rabbit.

Henry: It's a free-range rabbit. It's never gotten that out of its blood. It can't be caged up and look at the same four walls, day in and day out. It needs to be free. It needs to be able to roam, make new discoveries, live life to its fullest. Come on.

Margo: You know, Henry, you sound like a man in love.

Henry: Snickers and I, we have a special understanding.

Margo: Then I will let you do the honors.

Henry: You mean it?

Margo: Sure. I mean, you know Snickers better than just about anybody.

Henry: Well, we've been friends a long time.

Margo: Yeah. Henry Coleman, you have a heart in there, don't you? A great big heart that you let very few people see. It's an absolute shame to let such love and affection go to waste. And you, to be loved by someone who really loves you for yourself -- you should appreciate that. And Katie was very lucky to have had you for the brief time she did. I've gotta get going. I've got a brother who's in distress. I'll be back here to clean everything up before the realtor gets here, okay?

Henry: Snick! I missed you, too. Hey, I'll tell you what -- after I get packed up, how 'bout we celebrate this reunion with a little endive salad, hmm? A little vegetable terrine?

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Rosanna: You're leaving?

Craig: You don't have to pretend to act surprised.

Rosanna: Well, do you think that that's what I want? Because I donít.

Craig: You agreed to marry me to help me establish parental rights to my child. I lost that battle, so I'm not going to hold you to that promise.

Rosanna: Come on, now. Look, I promised to help you become a father.

Craig: Rosanna, that is over.

Rosanna: When I told you that I wanted us to be each other's family, I meant it. I want us to have a child. Boy, do I deserve this.

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Carly: It seemed so real.

Jack: It was a dream, honey. Goes with the territory.

Carly: The woman was crying. I wish I knew who it was.

Jack: Maybe it was you.

Carly: Me?

Jack: Maybe you were crying because this thing with Les still has you reeling. And not just the way he attacked you here, but at Lily's, honey. I mean, come on. Think about it. He left you for dead in a trunk in a burning house. Maybe you're dealing with les in a way that you can't deal with him when you're awake.

Carly: No. No, if I was dealing with Les, I would've been throwing punches, not crying. Maybe I am dealing with something from my own life, something to do with a child.

Jack: You nearly died protecting J.J., Carly. Protecting him from Les.

Carly: No, no, sweetie. This is something else. Think about it. What has been on my mind more than anything else lately?

Jack: The photo? There's no child in the photo.

Carly: Yes, but my father is in the photo. And Susan said that whatever went on with my father, it had something to do with a child. And the woman in my dream, Jack, she was crying about her little boy.

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[Jack remembering]

Hannah: If Carly ever knew, it would kill her, Jack. Be grateful that she lived here this long and didn't find out.

Jack: Find what out?

Hannah: You have a wonderful life and a beautiful family. Don't let Ray take that away from you.

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Jack: We don't know that Ray did anything. What are you doing?

Carly: I'm gonna call Susan. She might remember something.

Jack: Honey, you just woke up, and you're still upset from a dream, which, by the way, could mean any number of things having absolutely nothing to do with your father. If Susan remembered something, it's not gonna hurt you to maybe take a shower, ease yourself into the day, maybe think this through a little.

Carly: You're afraid that what Hannah said is true, aren't you? You're afraid that if I keep pressing this, that you could lose me. Jack, that is never gonna happen. After everything we've been through together, nothing is gonna keep us apart.

Jack: I know that, honey. I just don't want you to get your hopes up that Susanís suddenly going to remember everything.

Carly: All right. I'll take a shower, I'll get myself together, and then, I'll call Susan.

Jack: Susan, hi, it's Jack Snyder. You do? Good. No, no. How about I meet you at Metro? Now. Thank you.

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Dusty: You really think I got a thing for a pregnant married woman? You're a little nuts, you know that?

Meg: And you are so deluded. You think you're so good at hiding what you feel?

Dusty: Hide what? Jennifer and I are business partners. That's it.

Meg: Fine. Can't force glasses on a blind man. So, when did she leave those messages?

Dusty: When?

Meg: Mm-hmm.

Dusty: A little while ago.

Meg: So, if she's waited this long, she could wait a little while longer, right?

Dusty: I really gotta go. Call me before you go to Alaska.

Meg: I'll try to remember.

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[Phone rings]

[Answering machine]

Katie: Hi. I'm not home right now. Please leave a message. Hey Margo, it's me. Are you there? I was hoping to catch you while you were still with the realtor. I really need to talk to you.

Henry: Okay, but only for you.

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Rosanna: Look, I don't know how I could have let Cabot go if you hadn't been there.

Craig: I loved Cabot, too. I never stopped loving Cabot.

Rosanna: I know. And that's why you were able to help me. You were able to make it possible for him to have a better life. You saved him. You saved me. The least I can do is to see to it that you can have your dream come true.

Craig: If you're talking about adoption, we tried that already, didn't we? And that was a disaster, thanks to me.

Rosanna: I know, but you played right into James' hands. We all did. But I think you learned your lesson, you know? And this time we could -- we could adopt legally.

Craig: No, I canít.

Rosanna: I know that your heart is broken. And so is mine. But you know the only cure for a broken heart is love. And we have so much of it inside us, it would be a sin not to share it. Especially when there's some little boy or girl out there who needs it so badly.

Craig: Well, I have a little boy out there.

Rosanna: I know. I know. And if I thought there was the remotest possibility that you would be allowed to be a father to him, I would move heaven and earth to make it happen. But I don't think so. And from your mood this morning, I'm pretty sure that you don't think so, either. So maybe we should just move on.

Craig: Yeah, but how? With my record as a mommy-pusher, I'm back on police blotter again. What agency is gonna consider me?

Rosanna: Well, maybe we don't have to go through an agency. We could consider a private adoption. I've spoken to an attorney who handles those sorts of things.

Craig: You're that convinced?

Rosanna: Yes, I'm convinced that you would recognize a good idea when you heard it. Now, look, you don't have to make up your mind now. The attorney said it takes lots of time, so you have time to think it over. Will you?

Craig: Yeah. I will, yeah.

[Craig chuckles]

Rosanna: Thank you. Thank you.

Margo: Hi. Phyllis let me in. Is this a bad time?

Rosanna: Oh, no, no, it's fine. You go ahead and talk. I have some phone calls to make.

Margo: Craig, I am really sorry. I know how much this hurts you. And if there's anything I can do, just say the word.

Craig: You mean that?

Margo: Of course I do.

Craig: All right, then you tell your husband to get me back my son.

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Jennifer: Wait, are you saying that you wish you never married me?

Mike: We rushed it, Jen.

Jennifer: How can you say that? We didn't even -- we didn't even go through with it in Vegas. And then we talked and we talked about it.

Mike: Sure, sure, we talked about whether or not I could still love you, even though you had slept with another man. We talked about whether or not I could marry you if you were carrying that man's child. We talked about Craig, trying to keep him from claiming -- we talked about everything except what we should have been talking about. You and me.

Jennifer: I thought you loved me.

Mike: I did. I still do, Jen. I don't see how our marriage can survive without trust.

Jennifer: Mike, these -- these were special circumstances that will never happen again. I had to do what I did protect my child!

Mike: Your child. See, that's the problem right there. You never really saw him as mine. But I did, okay. And because I did, I was willing to do whatever it took to protect him. You just couldn't trust that I would.

Jennifer: No, where are you going?

Mike: Chicago.

Jennifer: This is it, then? This is over?

Mike: I don't -- do you really think we can go on like this? I donít.

Jennifer: No, please. No, no, no.

[Jennifer sobbing]

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Dusty: Are you really gonna throw everything away because of this?

Mike: I told you to stay out of this.

Dusty: I helped her out.

Mike: You used her.

Rosanna: I did just speak to the adoption attorney, and he faxed over a profile of a birth mother who's willing to meet with us.

Craig: When?

Rosanna: Today.

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Henry: I just stopped by to pick up the rest of my things.

Katie: Oh. Well, I won't keep you. I really just called to talk to Margo.

Henry: Right, right. Well, she left. She said she'd be back in time to get everything together for the realtor. Do you want me to leave her a message, or --

Katie: Just tell her I'm staying at the Lakeshore Hotel in Chicago, at least for the next couple days.

Henry: The Lakeshore Hotel. Isn't that the place where I was supposed to meet you?

Katie: Yes, the hotel where you stood me up.

Henry: Well, technically, Katie, I didn't leave you completely alone.

Katie: No, you didnít. So, you'll let Margo know I called?

Henry: Yeah, sure.

Katie: I guess this is it, then.

Henry: I guess.

Katie: Bye.

Henry: No, Katie, Katie, Katie, wait a second. Wait a second. I need -- I need to tell you something. I really -- I wish --

Katie: You wish what?

Henry: I wish you could see Snickers.

Katie: Why? Did something happen? I knew I shouldn't have left him with Margo. She thinks he's just a rabbit. She doesn't realize how special he is. That spirit that he has. He can't just be left in a cage. He needs to run around and be free.

Henry: Margo did see that.

Katie: She did?

Henry: Yeah. That's why she agreed to let me take care of him. I hope that's okay.

Katie: Oh, that's great. You know, I would have asked you myself, but I just like I've already asked you to do so much for me and just one other thing that would remind you of how -- it just, I don't know. It seemed tacky.

Henry: It's okay. Even if we're not together anymore, I am still there for Snickers, all right?

Katie: He couldn't be in better hands.

Henry: So, I guess this is -- this is it.

Katie: I guess it is.

Henry: You be happy, bubbles.

Katie: You too, Henry.

[Katie sighs]

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[Jennifer sobbing]

Dusty: Are you really gonna throw everything away because of this?

Mike: Dusty, I told you to stay out of this.

Dusty: I helped her out.

Mike: You used her.

Dusty: I was looking after her and her baby. Maybe you don't see it that way.

Mike: No, you know what I see? I see a user who is trying to make an old enemy pay. Did you ever stop to think about what this little scheme's gonna cost Jennifer?

Dusty: I didn't pack your bags. That's all you.

Mike: No, I'm talking about Craig. 'Cause you know what people do when they feel the way that he does right now? They lash out. And feel justified doing it.

Dusty: Mike, you heard the judge. He cannot go near her.

Mike: You think a piece of paper's gonna keep him away? Wow.

[Jennifer sobbing]

Dusty: How are you doin'?

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Margo: Tom cannot reverse a judge's ruling.

Craig: If it were Casey, would he find a way?

Margo: Are you saying that he bends the rules for family and friends, Craig?

Craig: Well, Lily was on her way to jail for murder when he got the charges dropped.

Margo: Because someone else committed that murder.

Craig: And maybe somebody else besides me got Jennifer to take a fall.

Margo: Prove it.

Craig: Too late. Judge bought Jennifer's lies instead of the truth.

Margo: Well, what is the truth?

Craig: Truth is, Jennifer came to me, trying hard to bait me. Okay? She said, "Please don't push me!" Loud enough for everyone to hear. And then she fell.

Margo: What, so she set you up?

Craig: She took a dive! All right? But nobody believes me, because I'm always the bad guy. To you, to Tom, to Jennifer, to everybody else in this town, no matter how hard I've paid for my mistakes. In jail, in the monastery, in Bangkok. Every face I look into, every moment I'm alone. But the town needs a scapegoat. So Oakdaleís got me. This was it.

Margo: What? What?

Craig: This was my last chance to be a real father here, but now that's gone.

Margo: Oh, no, hon, no. You've got a lot of life ahead of you. You can start again.

Craig: What, and forget that my son is being raised by somebody else? Jennifer and Mike Kasnoff? That my son is calling another man "Daddy"?

Margo: I know how much this hurts you, Craig. I do. But this is -- this is not your only way to get another chance.

[Craig chuckles]

Margo: Come on. Don't shut me out.

Craig: No, no, no, no. You say you want to help me, but you don't, not really.

Margo: Don't --

Craig: You canít.

Margo: No.

Craig: Nobody can.

Margo: Don't make me leave you like this.

Craig: All right, so please say good-bye. No, say good-bye. Please.

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Carly: How did you get gum in you hair?

Parker: J.J.

Carly: And how did J.J. get gum in your hair?

Parker: He was hanging from the low branch, and the gum fell out of his mouth.

Carly: And how many times have I told you boys not to climb or run with food in your mouths?

Parker: But it wasn't food. Are you gonna cut my hair off?

Carly: Well, I don't know. Let's see what I can do.

Parker: This is gonna hurt, isn't it?

Carly: Not if you stay still. Ah. What a mess! What a big mess on my beautiful little boy.

[Carly thinking]

Woman: My beautiful little boy. My beautiful boy. What have you done to my boy?

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Susan: Come on, Jack. You can't ask me for help and then hold out on me. Who is the man in the photo?

Jack: All right. It was her father. And I don't know exactly what there is to uncover. But, frankly, after everything she's been through lately, I'm afraid that whatever she finds out might send her over the edge.

Susan: Hate the way the past won't stay where it belongs.

Jack: You know something, don't you, Susan?

Susan: No, not much more than I told you yesterday, except -- when that photograph was taken, I was volunteering at a family health clinic.

Jack: Which one?

Susan: It doesn't matter. But that's what I remembered, that there was some sort of incident that eventually shut it down.

Jack: An incident involving a child?

Susan: That's what I think. But when I went through the old hospital records, trying to find something out about the clinic, I discovered that the records are sealed. I know it's not much.

Jack: No, it's another dead end.

Susan: Not necessarily. There was one name that came up that could be useful.

Jack: Which one?

Susan: Jessica Griffin. She was an intern in the D.A.'s office back then.

Jack: This incident involved the law?

[Susan sighs]

Susan: Look, like I said, I was either out of town or out of my mind, so I'm a little sketchy. But maybe Jessica can point you in the right direction.

Jack: This may be one case I don't want to solve.

Susan: I can understand wanting to keep a Pandoraís box like that closed. Considering what Carlyís been through recently, I, for one, would feel very bad if I'd unwittingly opened it.

Jack: Don't feel bad just yet. There -- there may be a way to still keep the lid on.

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[Jennifer sobbing]

Jennifer: You're a little late.

Dusty: I'm sorry. I didn't get your messages. I came over as soon as I did. So, Mike found out.

Jennifer: I never should have trusted you. I should've gone with my own gut.

Dusty: Oh, yeah? You regret getting Montgomery off your back because Mike's ego won't allow him to admit that he couldn't get the job done? You wanted Craig gone, right?

Jennifer: Yes.

Dusty: Well, that's what you got.

Jennifer: And I lost my husband in the process!

Dusty: Mike's ticked off. He's being a little dramatic. I'm sorry about that. But we had to do what we did to protect your baby.

Jennifer: That's what I told him. But it doesn't make up for anything. I've hurt him too much.

Dusty: He's a big boy. He can take it.

Jennifer: That's just it. He's done too much of that. And now he's gone. And he's angrier than I've ever seen him and I don't know what he'll do. Or what I'll do.

[Jennifer sobbing]

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[Cell phone ringing]

Meg: Hello? This is Meg Snyder. You do? At Juneau General? When? In two days. Wow. Just two days. No, no, no. I'm still here. Sorry. Yes, yes, I'm still interested. Okay. Thank you. Juneau, here I come.

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Craig: Well, I got these for -- but it doesn't mean we won't get a boy. Girls wear blue, too.

Rosanna: You won't regret it. I promise. Listen, I -- I did just speak to the adoption attorney. And he faxed over a profile of a birth mother who is willing to meet with us.

Craig: When?

Rosanna: Today! [Rosanna laughs] But that doesn't mean that she, you know, will go for us or that we have to go with her.

Craig: All right. Well --

Rosanna: You sure?

Craig: Have him bring her over.

Rosanna: Do you mean it?

Craig: Sure. I mean -- we've gotta get back on the horse, don't we?

[Rosanna laughs]

Rosanna: Yes, we do! Okay!

Craig: All right?

Rosanna: This is wonderful. Okay, thank you.

Craig: Yeah.

Rosanna: I'm gonna call him.

Craig: Okay, call him.

Rosanna: Okay.

Craig: Yeah.

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Carly: I think we'll have some more privacy in here. And I would just as soon leave the children out of this.

Susan: Out of what? There's not that much to talk about.

Carly: Well, yesterday, you said --

Susan: I know, I know. And I thought about it overnight. And it was very irresponsible of me to just spout off like that.

Carly: So now you're saying that the man in the picture didn't have anything to do with the incident that you were talking about?

Susan: Like I've been trying to explain, people who drink the way I did -- we can't trust our memory. I don't remember your father, Ray, at all. So just let me make amends for jumping the gun. I shouldn't have said anything.

Carly: Fine, okay. But can I ask you one more question?

Susan: I can't guarantee an answer, but sure. What would you like to know?

Carly: I'd like to know why you're lying through your teeth.

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Jack: Jessica? Hi, it's Jack Snyder. Listen, Susan Stewart said you might be able to shed some light on an incident that happened the summer that you were interning at the D.A.'s office. Could you call me on my cell or at the station? But don't call me at home, okay? Thanks.

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Dusty: Just give him some space. And he'll realize that we had to do what we did.

Jennifer: You really think so?

Dusty: I know so. He loves you very much. There's nothing -- there's nothing that could even keep him away. You understand?

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Katie: Oh. You're kidding. Every hotel in the city? Okay. No, no, I'll be fine. Thank you. Right. Okay. Well, it's either take another walk down memory lane or find something else to do. Yes. Shopping. Shopping always works.

Bellman: Ma'am?

Katie: Oh, you again. Thanks for nothin'

Bellman: Ma'am?

Mike: Hey, you beat me up here.

Bellman: Well, I'm fast.

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Rosanna: That's better. [Doorbell rings] Oh. Shoot. I shouldn't have told Phyllis to get it. It's gonna make us seem too stuffy. How do I look? Do I look okay?

Craig: No, you look perfect.

Rosanna: Oh, bless you. You look very nice, too. Okay. Oh, hello.

Lawyer: You must be Mrs. Montgomery?

Rosanna: Please, call me Rosanna. And this is my husband, Craig.

Craig: Yes, hello.

Rosanna: There he is. Ah. And this must be the mother-to-be.

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Gwen: This is my decision. He's not in the equation.

Craig: Well, that's unacceptable.

Gwen: Then I'm very sorry, but I guess I'm wasting your time.

Carly: And I don't know why you're lying about what happened. But, please, if he did something bad, I need to know.

Hal: You're turning yourself inside out for a guy who doesn't even love you!

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