As The World Turns Transcript Wednesday 12/7/05
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[Missing a few minutes of this transcript due to breaking news]
Katie: B.J., what are you doing?
B.J.: Just letting nature take its course.
Katie: And what course, exactly, would that be?
B.J.: I know I promised to give you space. But the way you look right now. I mean, I can't be held responsible. I'm only human.
Katie: No, that's just the fruit juice talking.
B.J.: No, it's not. It's the heat of the tropics and the sound of the waves. The scent of the flowers.
Katie: Yeah. The -- flowers. You know? I was actually thinking that I might be -- allergic.
B.J.: There. Better?
Katie: I'm sorry. I just can't get involved in anything too intense right now. I really need to get that closure.
B.J.: Right, with Henry.
Katie: Exactly. Once I see him tomorrow, I can put all my old feelings behind me, and then, who knows?
B.J.: Okay, time out. Forget about Henry. Forget about closure. Katie, just take a look around you, okay? This is amazing. This is magic here. It's beautiful. We're in a world of our own here and the usual rules don't apply. Don't you see that?
[Cell phone rings]
B.J.: Stay right where you are. Please don't move a muscle.
[Cell phone continues to ring]
B.J.: This better be important.
Olga: Is Olga, Mr. Green. And is important. We are having big, big problem.
B.J.: Does it have a name?
Olga: Oh yes, Mr. Green. Maddie Coleman.
Maddie: Note to self. Next time a tall blonde woman tells you to leave her alone, you listen. Did you catch her? Where is she?
Mike: No. As a matter of fact, I didn't see anyone matching that description.
Maddie: Are you kidding? How could you miss her? It's not like there's dozens of tall, blonde muscular women walking the streets of Oakdale.
Mike: I'm starting to believe there never was one.
Maddie: I'm not making this up! She has Henry. She's holding him hostage for B.J.
Mike: And you know this, how?
Maddie: She ordered a double skim mocha latte with a shot of espresso and cayenne on top.
Mike: That's it?! That's your proof?
Maddie: Henry is the only one that orders that. Okay? He's the only one that has the stomach that can handle it.
Mike: Okay, okay. Let's pretend you're right and she's here at Java getting coffee for Henry. He can't be in too much danger, now can he?
Maddie: Well, maybe they're torturing him with kindness. Fine, you know what? I'll find her myself! Ahh! Okay. Ow! All right. You know what? On second thought, maybe we should get me inside.
Mike: All right, all right. Come on.
Jennifer: Come on, Emily, you don't mean that. How could I even think about leaving before you and Paul get married?
Emily: Because the sooner you can get away from this town, away from the holidays and the lingering memories of the baby --
Jennifer: Don't you want me at your wedding?
Emily: Of course I want you there. We both want you there. But, I mean, if you stick around and wait till after we get married, you're going to be forced to stay the entire holiday season. I mean, think about it. Are you up for that? All the family gatherings? And you're going to constantly run into Gwen and Will and Gwen’s baby.
Jennifer: You know. You're right, you're right. I mean, until I found out that you and Paul were getting married, that was my plan. It was to avoid all of that.
Emily: I know. Look how upsetting it was for you to see them today. I mean, if you leave, you won't have to deal with that. You can just put it behind you. You need a fresh start, Jennifer. You need to get away. You need to forget the pain you've had to deal with these past few months.
Paul: I couldn't agree more. The sooner the better.
Dusty: I never trusted Paul. Why would he keep his sister from knowing her baby's alive? What does he stand to gain from hurting her like that?
Meg: Who knows what motivates Paul, ever.
Dusty: Well, if Jen's baby is alive, it means that Craig somehow switched her baby with Gwen’s baby the night they were born. He makes a switch, he gets his kid, nobody's the wiser. Except who? Paul. He had to know. He had to know. From the start, I bet he knew.
Meg: Okay. If that were the case, don't you think Paul would've stopped Craig?
Dusty: I don't know. I don't get it. He lies to his own sister. He makes her believe her baby's dead.
Meg: Well, maybe he thought that somehow he was protecting her.
Dusty: From what?
Meg: From Craig.
Dusty: Craig's in jail for the rest of his life.
Meg: Well, that doesn't mean that he couldn't somehow try to control Jen's life.
Meg: Look. The truth is, the only one who knows the answer to that is Paul.
Dusty: Right. And he's going to answer it to me, right now.
Meg: No. Dusty! Dusty, wait!
Paul: Sorry to interrupt. Why do I feel like the odd man out?
Emily: Oh, no. You just surprised us, that's all.
Jennifer: Emily thinks I should leave before the wedding, but Paul, I don't want to. You're my brother. I love you. I want to be there for you. You've been there for me through all of my ordeals.
Paul: Well, I love you, too, Jennifer. That's why I want you to get on the next plane and leave town.
Jennifer: But Paul --
Paul: Okay, just hear me out. If you do stay, you're going to have to put up with Mother and whatever campaign she launches to try and stop the wedding. She'll probably even try and recruit you.
Jennifer: So? I would never choose her over you. You guys know that.
Emily: Of course we do.
Paul: But that's not the point. I don't want you subjected to that -- that ordeal.
Jennifer: I can handle whatever she throws my way just as well as you can. Well, maybe not as well as you can, but --
Paul: And nobody's going to blame you for wanting to skip another sickeningly sweet holiday season. Not this year.
Emily: Yeah, and your friend's expecting you, right?
Jennifer: Yeah. Yeah, she's real excited for me to visit. But I don't want to miss your wedding. And you're right about Mom. She's going to be there and she's going to create all sorts of flak and you need me to be there to be in your corner.
Paul: Maybe there's a way that you can be there.
Paul: Well, we'll just move the wedding up.
Emily: We will?
Paul: Sure. Tomorrow morning.
Both: Tomorrow morning?
Paul: Yeah, that's what I just said.
Jennifer: You can't throw a wedding together in one night.
Paul: Throw enough money around, you can do anything.
Jennifer: No, no. No, no, no. I not have you guys compromise your wedding for me.
Paul: Okay, look. Maybe it won't be the wedding of the century, but you'll be there and that's important. And look -- don't look at me like that. We have the rest of our lives together. And just like it's important for you to have your family there, it means a lot for me to have my sister there. Okay?
Emily: Yeah, I mean absolutely. I mean, if we can pull it off, why not. The sooner I'm Mrs. Paul Ryan, the happier I will be.
Paul: Then it's all settled.
Jennifer: You guys are amazing. I don't deserve this.
Paul: Oh, you do. Why don't you go pack? And I'll get on the phone to the airlines, try and change the flights.
Emily: And meanwhile, I've got a wedding to plan. I mean, if not the wedding of the century, then the -- the wedding of the week.
Jennifer: I love you guys so much.
Emily: We love you.
Jennifer: Thank you.
Emily: Talk about springing a surprise on me.
Paul: I'm sorry. I was improvising. We can pull this off.
Emily: Are you sure about that? You think I'm going to be able to find a minister this short notice?
Paul: If you can't find one, you just hire an actor to play the part.
Emily: Excuse me?
Paul: The only thing that really matters is that Jennifer thinks that we're married and she gets on that airplane.
Emily: What are you saying? A fake wedding's fine with you as long as it gets your sister out of town?
Meg: Wait, wait, wait. Wait, Dusty, would you wait and listen to me, please? You can't confront Paul about something we're not even sure about yet.
Dusty: I'll be able to tell whether he's lying to me.
Meg: So what? We don't have proof. If he's innocent, you'll just get him riled up. And if he's guilty, he won't admit the truth to you. Ever.
Dusty: He's been trying real hard for the past few months to keep Jen away from Gwen’s baby. He put her in a mental ward. Come on.
Meg: Yeah, that was because she was jacked out of her mind on crystal meth.
Dusty: That's because he was trying to keep her from the truth, Meg. That her baby's alive. You understand?
Meg: Maybe. Maybe. But that's just speculation, okay? You can't say anything to Paul or Jen or anybody until we know for sure.
Dusty: What's going on, Meg? You go out of your way to bring me in on this, and now you're trying to keep me from going after the truth. What's the deal?
Maddie: Thank you.
Mike: You sure you don't want me to take you to the hospital?
Maddie: No, I'm -- I'm fine. I just -- I need some aspirin.
Mike: All right, you know what, fine. I'll get you some aspirin, and then I'm going to go look for Katie. And you are going to stay right here, okay?
Maddie: Did you ever think that if we find Henry, we can find Katie, too? B.J. is the common thread here.
Mike: Right. B.J. and his mysterious blonde bombshell.
Maddie: You don't believe a word I've said, do you?
Mike: Look, Maddie, I know you're desperate to find your brother. I don't blame you. I am just as desperate to find Katie.
Maddie: Why would that woman freak the minute that I mentioned Henry’s name, then, if she's not hiding anything?
Mike: Did you get her name?
Maddie: Sorry, I was too busy getting the wind knocked out of me to ask. You think I'm nuts, don't you?
Mike: No, I'm actually starting to think you might be right.
B.J.: I'm sorry, there's just a bit of an emergency back at the mainland.
Katie: Is everything okay?
B.J.: Oh, yeah, just a little business problem. But it's private. I'm going to take this call outside. So you stay here and make yourself at home.
B.J.: Okay, what's this about Maddie Coleman?
Olga: She is little sister of Henry, no?
B.J.: Yes, she is. What did she do?
Olga: She is seeing me at coffee house and asking questions about brother.
B.J.: Why would she connect you to him? And what the hell were you doing at the coffee house, anyway? Who was watching Hen -- who was watching the package?
Olga: Olga is watching and Henry is locked up. He is safe, not to worry.
B.J.: Oh, I'm more than just worried, lady. I'm not about to let some teenage brat with a Sherlock Holmes complex ruin all the work I've done. So, I want you to take care of her immediately and permanently. Do you understand? Okay. I'll be back as soon as I can.
Katie: Everything okay?
B.J.: No. There's been a slight change in plans.
Maddie: Thank you.
Mike: Okay, let's say this woman does know where Henry is.
Mike: Maybe she's guarding him, or she's running errands for B.J. If she's here getting coffee, they can't be holding him too far.
Maddie: Like, say, Fairwinds.
Mike: But you already checked there. You and Katie. You both found nothing.
Maddie: Yeah, but we didn't have enough time to do a decent search. Who are you calling?
Mike: Jack Snyder. I'm going to fill him in on all this. And you're going to give him a description of that woman so he can put out an APB.
Maddie: No way, are you crazy? That is the worst idea you've ever had.
B.J.: Allow me. Unfortunately, we're not going to be able to visit Henry in California after all.
Katie: What? Why not?
B.J.: I've got to get back to Oakdale immediately. Preferably tonight.
Katie: I thought the plane was broken.
B.J.: Yes, it is. But we'll work around that.
Katie: Wow, this sounds serious.
B.J.: Yeah, nothing to concern yourself with. It's just a boring business problem.
Katie: Does it have to do with the show?
B.J.: Listen, I said I can't talk about it, all right!
Katie: Whoa. I'm sorry, I just --
B.J.: I'm sorry. No, I'm -- I shouldn't --
Katie: I was just trying to help.
B.J.: I'm sorry. I shouldn't be snapping at you like that.
Katie: Yeah. I was just trying to help, okay? But you know what, you're shutting me out before you even give me a chance. Mike used to do that.
B.J.: Mike shut you out?
Katie: Yeah, constantly. He was always off in his own world. That's part of the reason I had to leave him. I just never felt like he really, really trusted me, you know? Especially when things went wrong. I'm sorry for prying, B.J. I'll just leave you alone, and you can figure out whatever you need to do. I'll be down by the beach.
B.J.: Katie, wait. I want to be honest with you.
Katie: Do you?
B.J.: Yes. I really do. But, I want to tell you this stuff. I want to tell you what's wrong. You have to promise me that you will keep an open mind.
Katie: Of course.
B.J.: 'Cause when I do tell you, there's a real good chance you might not like what you hear.
Paul: I am so sorry. I didn't mean to make it seem to you that getting married didn't matter. Nothing could be further from the truth. But the important thing is that we get Jennifer out of town. You agree, right?
Paul: And if we need to fake a few things to accomplish that, then okay. We can have our own wedding later. You know, just for us.
Emily: I suppose.
Paul: It doesn't change anything between us. And I don't care if we say we do tomorrow or 1,000 years from now. I already feel married to you.
Emily: Yeah, well, maybe. But you're still walking me down that aisle.
Paul: Great. Can't wait. So --
Emily: I gotta go. I've got a wedding to plan.
Paul: Well, I've got some things I need to do, too. So maybe I'll just see you at home.
Paul: Thanks. Yeah, I need to change a flight from Chicago to Paris. The passenger's name is Munson. Jennifer Munson.
Dusty: Is there something you're afraid I'm going to find out?
Meg: Where'd you get a crazy idea like that?
Dusty: You're acting strange.
Meg: Because I know you, Dusty, okay? You get a crazy idea in your head and you run with it. And you don't stop to get all the facts, and that gets you in trouble. Look, all we know here right now is that when I left those blood samples alone for a few minutes, Paul had time to tamper with them.
Dusty: More than enough time.
Meg: But that's just supposition at the moment.
Dusty: Well, we know that Gwen’s not the mother, right?
Meg: Right. But that doesn't automatically mean Jen is. That's why you can't tell her yet.
Dusty: All right, I get it. I've got to figure out a game plan that doesn't rely on you.
Meg: What do you mean?
Dusty: You've got to stay out of this.
Meg: I'd say I was already in it.
Dusty: Yeah, but only I know it. And we've got to keep it that way. You understand? We have to keep your hands clean.
Meg: Because of the blood test I arranged.
Dusty: Yeah, we might need another test, and then they're going to look at you for maybe setting up the first test. You understand?
Meg: Yeah, I hadn't thought of that.
Dusty: You did enough. I'm going to take it from here now.
Meg: Well, I doubt Paul’s going to be any help.
Dusty: Well, I don't think Gwen’s going to let me near that baby.
Meg: Wait a second, I just remembered something Susan Stewart told me. When Gwen was fighting Carly for custody.
Meg: There was a question about paternity. Gwen named somebody as the baby's father and they had to check that out.
Dusty: Meaning what? They did a DNA test?
Meg: Well, it stands to reason. I mean, whenever there's any kind of question about who the father is.
Dusty: Well, did Gwen say who it was?
Meg: I think it was Casey Hughes.
Dusty: Well, he would know.
Dusty: I'm going to talk to Casey Hughes and find out for sure what's going on.
[Elevator door dings]
Jennifer: Whoa, where's the fire?
Dusty: Sorry about that.
Jennifer: That's okay, that's okay.
Dusty: How are you?
Jennifer: You don't have to ask me that every time you see me.
Dusty: Well, you look a little frazzled.
Jennifer: Well, you practically just ran me down, but I'm fine. I'm actually here to see my Aunt Kim. Meg, you haven't seen her, have you?
Meg: No, no I haven’t. But if I do, I'll tell her you're looking for her.
Jennifer: Okay, okay, thanks. Actually, you know, if you do see her before I do, could you tell her that I am not going to be able to help out with the toy drive after tomorrow?
Meg: Yeah, sure.
Jennifer: But I'll explain everything when I get back.
Dusty: Back from where?
Jennifer: Europe. I wasn't planning on leaving until after Christmas, but I had to move my plans up, and I'm leaving tomorrow afternoon.
Dusty: So how long you staying?
Jennifer: It depends on how things go. I'm leaving it open-ended.
Dusty: You'd go there permanently?
Jennifer: I'll see what turns up. So you'll give her the message?
Meg: Yeah, of course.
Dusty: I'm sure we'll see you before you leave.
Dusty: Don't forget this.
Dusty: Look what I got. Hmm? Perfect for a DNA testing, don't you think?
Meg: Yeah, now all you need is a sample of the baby's DNA and we're set.
Dusty: Well, one step at a time.
Meg: Okay, let's say you get all these tests done and the results show that Billy really is Jen's son. What then?
Dusty: I tell Jen the good news.
Meg: And walk away?
Dusty: Are you scared that this is somehow going to bring me and Jen back together again?
Meg: The thought has crossed my mind.
Dusty: Well, cross it out of your mind, all right? She's a friend, and she deserves the truth on this one. That's not going to change anything between you and me. At least not on my part.
Dusty: I'm going to try and hunt down Casey Hughes and find out about that DNA testing.
Meg: Okay, let me know what he says.
Dusty: No, you're going to stay out of this, all right? Do you hear me?
[Elevator door dings]
Dusty: I'll call you later.
Maddie: We cannot get the cops involved, Mike, okay? B.J. hates the cops. He has this huge thing with them. If he smells a cop, who knows how he'll react?
Mike: What does he think you're going to do? Are you going to sneak into Fairwinds, play "Nancy Drew," save the world?
Maddie: No, just my brother.
Mike: Wake up. It doesn't work like that. And I'm tired of people tiptoeing around B.J. Green. I don't know why everybody's so scared of this goofball. He's just a man with a lot of money, that's all.
Maddie: No, he is a dangerous man with a lot of money.
Mike: Which is exactly why we should get the cops involved. See, in the real world, Maddie, that's how you stop the bad guys.
Maddie: Oh, even if it gets good guys killed?
Mike: Maddie, I want this guy stopped, okay? But every time we've tried to do it on our own, he's trumped us, and I am sick of it.
Maddie: Yeah, well, I am, too.
Maddie: Hello? Yeah, I'll be in for the evening news. It's that time already? Wow. No, I'm sorry, I just had a little accident. No, no, no, I'm fine, I'm fine. Ten minutes, I swear. Great, time to get fired.
Mike: They called you back at the station?
Maddie: Yeah, well, yeah. But, you know what? You call the cops if you need to. And if they need a report or description, or whatever, of the blonde blitzkrieg, I'll be at the station, okay?
Mike: I don't think so.
Mike: You're not going anywhere.
Katie: I thought you were going to tell me what's wrong, B.J. Don't you trust me?
B.J.: I want to. I really do. But time and experience has proven to me that it's really hard for me to trust anyone. You know why? Because everyone's always trying to undermine me and take away everything that I've worked for.
Katie: You don't think that I'm trying to undermine you, do you?
B.J.: No, no, no I don’t. But others are. And they're out there everywhere. Because I've been fighting against them my whole life. Remember Judd Allen?
Katie: Judd Allen?
B.J.: Yeah, you dated him junior year.
Katie: Oh, right. Judd Allen.
B.J.: You guys hooked up when you worked on that hospitality committee together.
Katie: Yeah, we weren't together that long.
B.J.: Of course not. He's a moron. He had the I.Q. of a pot holder. Katie, you were always selling yourself short. You know, you really were. But that's not my point.
Katie: What is your point?
B.J.: My point is, is that both of us -- me and Judd -- were trying to be on the committee, and there was only one spot available. But I got pushed out of the running because somebody told the principal that I had shoe polished her car.
Katie: Ms. Parker's car? No way, I kind of remember that. Didn't you have to wash and wax it in front of everyone?
B.J.: Yeah, don't remind me.
Katie: So obviously you weren't guilty.
B.J.: No, of course not. Of course I wasn’t. I mean, do I look like the kind of guy that would shoe polish someone's car for a laugh? No. Judd Allen set the whole thing up just to push me out of the race, and of course Parker believed him. Why? Because he's smooth talking and good-looking.
Katie: Hold on. Ruthie Kapinsky told me that he had a heart attack a couple years ago.
B.J.: That's right, he did. Right after his auto parts business went belly-up. And I stepped in and bought the whole thing for a song and sold it to some Japanese company for three times what I paid for it.
Katie: You put Judd out of business? Oh my God, is that why he had a heart attack?
B.J.: No, no. I think it had something to do with the fact that he heard his wife was running an escort service on the side.
Katie: Was she?
B.J.: No, of course not. Katie, you're still missing the point.
Katie: No, wait. I'm getting the point. It's coming through, loud and clear. You destroy people who get in your way, B.J. that's horrible!
B.J.: It's kill or be killed. It's the law, the law of the jungle.
Katie: So how many people have you destroyed? Who's on your radar now?
B.J.: That's none of your concern.
Katie: Yes, it is. You're my friend. I don't want you to go through life destroying people. You're better than that. You're better than the guy who got even with Judd Allen.
B.J.: Haven't you ever tried to get even or get back at somebody who kind of did you wrong?
Katie: If I did it was a long time ago, and I'm really glad I'm not that person anymore.
B.J.: Well, then, that's sweet Katie. You should be expecting to be taken advantage of anytime now.
Katie: Listen, tell me something. Do you care what I think?
B.J.: Yes, probably more than I should.
Katie: Okay, then move on. Forget it. Be the better person. You can do that, can't you?
B.J.: Perhaps, if I had a good enough reason.
Katie: You do. You have so many more important things to be thinking of right now.
B.J.: Like what?
Katie: Like us.
B.J.: You think there's really a future for us?
Katie: If I can just get to Henry and tie up all those loose ends that were never resolved, who knows what could open up for you and me?
B.J.: Just thinking there's a chance gives me so much hope.
Katie: Then prove to me that I'm right about you. You have to admit, since you've come back into my life, you haven't exactly given me a lot of reasons to trust you.
B.J.: I thought we were past that.
Katie: So did I. And then you tricked me into coming to this island. I find out that you're responsible for putting one of my ex-boyfriends in the hospital, and now you want to rush back home to destroy someone else's life, probably because they looked at you the wrong way.
B.J.: There's a lot more to it than that, believe me.
Katie: Whatever it is, I don't care. Just knock it off. Call off whatever it is that you have planned.
B.J.: Who says I'm planning anything?
Katie: It's all over you. It's obvious. That kill or be killed thing. But you don't have to give into it. Prove to me that I'm more important than this stupid revenge.
B.J.: Okay. Katie. I would do anything for you.
Katie: Then do it.
B.J.: First I want to give you something.
Katie: Right this minute? First, don't you just want to call off whatever it is that you have lined up on the mainland?
B.J.: No, there's plenty of time for that. I'll be right back.
Mike: The last place you need to go is that station. How do you know that blonde Amazon woman isn't waiting there for you?
Maddie: Well, good, bring her on. Let's make her tell us about Henry and Katie. Where they are.
Mike: Maddie, for the last time, we are getting the cops involved.
Maddie: Fine. I have to go to the bathroom. Do you want to come guard the stall, too?
Mike: Make it fast. Jack, its Mike. Give me a call as soon as you can. It's important. [Phone rings] What the hell? B.J., where's Katie?
Katie: Mike, it's me. Thank God you picked up.
Mike: Katie, where are you?
Katie: I can't tell you, and I don't have much time. Is Maddie okay? Yeah, yeah, she's with me. Why?
Katie: Just keep her with you. Do not let her out of your sight.
Mike: Katie, come on. What's going on? Where's B.J.?
Katie: I can't talk right now. I don't have time, but I will call you as soon as I can. Just keep Maddie with you. Do not let her out of your sight. I've got to go. I love you.
B.J.: This is for you.
Katie: You made me a music mix.
B.J.: Yeah. It's not just any mix, either. It's every song that ever made me think of you.
Mike: Use your head Kasnov, it's B.J.'s phone. Ma'am, can you do me a favor and tell the young girl in the bathroom to hurry up? We got to go. There's no one in the bathroom, sir.
Mike: Are you sure? I just came from there. It's empty.
Emily: Hi. What are you doing? Shouldn't you be packing?
Jennifer: That can wait. We have more important things. Is Paul here?
Emily: No, he's running errands. What's going on?
Jennifer: This is for you. Happy wedding. I just hope it fits.
Emily: Are you kidding me? When did you have time to do this?
[Missing about 4 minutes here due to breaking news]
Casey: Why do you care? Who put you up to this, Gwen?
Dusty: You can calm down. I'm just asking you a question.
Casey: Look, the kid's not mine, all right?
Dusty: Wait a second. It's not about that.
Casey: Then what else could it be about, huh? When are people just going to relax and leave me alone?
Dusty: Casey, hold on a sec. I'm not trying to get in your business. I don't care if you're the father or not.
Casey: So then why are you asking me about the baby?
Dusty: Because I'm trying to do a favor for a friend of mine.
Casey: Who, Gwen? Will?
Dusty: Who cares? What does it matter? It has nothing to do with you, believe me.
Casey: All right, so what do you want to know?
Dusty: Did someone do a genetic test on you and the baby?
Casey: They stuck a swab in my mouth and in the kid's, if that's what you mean.
Dusty: Okay, was it done through memorial?
Casey: They came to the house. I guess they were from the hospital. My dad set it up.
Dusty: Good, that's all I need to know.
Casey: Look, Gwen got her baby back and the tests proved that I'm not the father. So why are you bringing all of this up again?
Dusty: Because there's still a lot of unanswered questions. They have nothing to do with you, believe me.
Casey: I just want this whole thing to be over with.
Dusty: Me too. Thanks for your time.
Casey: Look, if it turns out that you're lying and this comes back to bite me --
Dusty: No, it won’t. You have my word. What are you doing? Following me?
Meg: I saw your car, that's all. So I decided to stop. Any luck with Casey?
Dusty: Yeah, I found out the baby had a DNA test. Now I just got to get my hands on it.
Meg: I think I know how you can.
Jennifer: Please don't tell Paul that you're holding onto that for me [her baby’s hospital wrist band.], okay? And if you happen to throw it away and claim that it's for my own good, then maybe that would be the best thing.
Emily: I will. I will do my best. I promise I'll keep it safe for you, okay?
Jennifer: Now let me look at you.
Jennifer: You look so beautiful.
Emily: Yeah? I love this. I mean, I love it when I close my eyes and I imagine myself marrying your brother. This is what I see. I mean, it's a little long, right? But that's easy.
Jennifer: Oh, that's easy to fix.
Emily: Thank you.
Emily: Its okay, you looked.
Paul: Wow, where did you get that?
Emily: Jennifer. You like?
Paul: I like. You look stunning.
Emily: Okay, stop looking.
Paul: Jennifer, it's gorgeous. Thank you. Thank you so much.
Jennifer: I figured she would look beautiful. Here, let me take a look at the back.
Paul: [Paul picks up the Jen’s baby wrist band.] What the hell is this? This should have been thrown away a long time ago.
Katie: Wow, I can't wait to get back and listen to this.
B.J.: Here, why wait? Let's just listen to it right now. I mean, these songs might not mean as much to you as they do to me, but you know, at least, it's a nostalgic trip, right? It's all right here. Every one of these songs. Every time I play them, you just appeared right there by my side. Like magic.
Katie: Yeah, that's a lot of nostalgia.
B.J.: This music got me through the hardest time of my life. Well, not the music, just thinking about you.
Katie: B.J., That's really sweet. So you going to make that call?
B.J.: I just want to dance. Just to this song.
Katie: Okay, after you make that call. Please? I promise. Just this one thing, first. Be the better man. Call things off before it's too late. Please.
B.J.: Okay, you win.
Katie: What's wrong?
B.J.: You called him, didn't you? You called Mike.
On the next "As the World Turns."
Jennifer: Nice try, Paul. But that reaction before? Something else is going on here and I would really like to know what it is.
Gwen: I'm the victim. The one Carly drugged.
Judge: And you have information that effects these proceedings?
Gwen: Yes sir, I think I do.
B.J.: You don't need words. Actions are much more eloquent to how you think.
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