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As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 3/28/06

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Will: So they threw you out of the house because we got married?

Maddie: Yeah, but the Lakeview has its advantages. Casey's grandmother's a blast, and there's this cute guy that delivers me room service.

Will: So you're working at the hotel?

Casey: No, my grandma's opening a new club. I'm gonna work there.

Maddie: She didn't open it yet, but when she does, he's going be the deejay. That's why he was late. Because he puts on his headphones and he just gets lost in the music.

Gwen: Glenn Miller really gets you going, huh?

Casey: No. For your information, I'm gonna be playing Linkin Park, Thrice, System of a Down -- would you like to listen?

Gwen: I wish I could, but I'm swamped.

Will: Gwen, I know you want to graduate in June, but I just don't see how. I tried to get through that first chapter in Calculus -- forget it.

Casey: Dude, relax. Maddie's an expert at math.

Maddie: Yeah, and Casey aced American Lit. So say goodbye till June. Because Will, I'm going to get you through Calculus, and Casey is going to waltz you through American Lit.

Gwen: Oh, you guys don't have to do that.

Casey: You don't understand. I used to have to correct Will on long division.

Maddie: Hey, okay, come on.

Will: I guess I'll see you in June.

Gwen: I think I can read "Huck Finn" all by myself.

Casey: Yeah, but do you know what'll make Witherspoon give you an A? Plus, I kind of owe you.

Gwen: For what?

Casey: The Shins.

Gwen: You -- you hate the Shins. That's how we met. I asked you what your favorite bands were, and you said that you hated the Shins.

Casey: I said that I hate the Shins.

Gwen: Yeah. And instead of running as fast as I could, I stuck around and tried to change your mind. That was the worst mistake I ever made.


Kim: Barbara?

Barbara: Hello.

Kim: Hi. I just was talking to Bob, he was telling me the good news about Will and Gwen.

Barbara: The good news? Yes, yes. The good news is they're going back to school? And hopefully they will stay in school and graduate.

Kim: Well, according to Bob, Will was on his way to the library even as we speak. He said Gwen was going to stop and pick up the books they needed.

Barbara: Books? Yes, books like, "How to go through my husband's trust fund in 12 different ways." Still, she makes him happy. And given what this family has been through, I'll take it.

Kim: This is your version of supporting the marriage?

Barbara: Am I happy about this? No. Am I willing to support it? Yes. He's my son.

Kim: And Lord help him.


Jack: So, let's hear it.

Carly: Jack, is this really necessary? Can't I just sign a statement or something?

Jack: I think Nick deserves to hear what was on your mind the night he lost his badge, and the night he was shot up with heroin and charged with possession.

Katie: Can I just ask something? How did you find Chardonnay?

Jack: I followed you and Nick to her apartment and I grabbed her when she was trying to duck out the back.

Carly: I just want you to know that what I planned and what really happened -- I would never put your life at risk or involve you with drugs.

Jack: Why don't we just stick to what you were?

Carly: The idea was to get you to the Lakeview.

Nick: So you wrote this note?

Carly: You kept it?

Jack: May I see it? "Nick, I owe you an apology. I've been horrible to you, and you're right. It's because I've been fighting how I really feel. Come to the Lakeview, room 417, if you feel the same way. Let's make up." So you were the bait.

Carly: Yes.

Jack: And you thought he would -- you thought he would go for it?

Carly: I thought --

Jack: Yes or no!

Carly: Yes.


Minister: Do you, Paul Ryan, take Emily Stewart to be your lawful wife? To have and to hold. For better, for worse. For richer, for poorer. In sickness and in health -- so long as you both shall live? Mr. Ryan?

Paul: Sorry, what?

Emily: We're getting married. Honey? Unless, of course, you've changed your mind.

Minister: Perhaps we'd all benefit from a moment's reflection.

Susan: Absolutely. Let's all take a moment.

Paul: No, no, no. Look, Hal, I know that this is a jail, but I expected some kind of privacy here. That woman ruined my life.

Meg: I ruined your life?

Susan: Come on, baby, let's go home.

Paul: I want her out of here right now.

Hal: Oh, I'd be happy to send everybody home, Paul. But since you insist on going through with this wedding, I don't see any reason why Meg shouldn't be here, she's been here every day since you've been locked up and it never seemed to bother you.

Meg: But now that he's got Emily, who needs Meg?

Emily: She was here every day?

Hal: Sometimes twice a day.

Emily: Why? Why? Why did she need to see you?

Susan: Honey, it doesn't matter?

Emily: Yes, it does.

Susan: You can't marry this guy, not with all these doubts.

Paul: She didn't need to see me, she was here, you know with her agenda. But it didn't work. Emily and I are getting married. We love each other. You need to get used to that.

Meg: Oh, I'm loving this. The two of you sailing into the sunset. Oh, that's right. You're not going anywhere. This is your life, Emily. Get used to lining up once a week while they poke through your handbag, all for the love of a decent, honorable man.

Henry: Hey, let's go home, Em. You're not thinking straight. You haven't been thinking straight since the last time you tried to marry this selfish bozo.

Paul: Okay, I deserved that. Listen, I should never have turned you down. I need you. You're the only reason that I survived the -- suicide attempt.

Susan: God help me, I wish he'd succeeded.

Paul: You and I are the only two people in this room that know the truth. Everyone else can only guess what really happened. Now's our chance, okay? Marry me. Prove them all wrong.

Emily: Marry us.

[Minister sighs]


Barbara: You needn't worry about Will and his new little wife. They are living at Halís, and he has promised to keep an eye on their school work and monitor them. And I have promised that if they graduate, I will release his trust fund.

Kim: You've got to be kidding me. No mystery calls to the headmaster, no grades altered? No pictures of Gwen with handsome men who don't happen to be her husband?

Barbara: Wow, Kim, I had no idea you were so inventive. I should've taken notes. No, nothing like that at all. Though I have to admit, if I thought I could split them up, I'd be on the phone this very minute to the headmaster. But it seems my son is super-glued to her side. So, what's my alternative? Alienate my son? Or make an effort.

Kim: You're going to kill her with kindness.

Barbara: No --

Kim: Maim her with kindness?

Barbara: No, nothing like that at all. I mean, after all, she's my daughter-in-law. So I'll just have to make the best of it.

Kim: The best of it? Now, what would that possibly be? That after Will and Gwen find out they don't have a common enemy to unite them, they'll just fall apart?

Barbara: Why Auntie Kim, the thought never crossed my mind.


Maddie: Okay, so once you find the slope, then you can plug in any variable. All right, so if x equals six, then y equals?

Will: X equals what, huh?

Maddie: Will, come on, June is like two minutes away.

Will: I know, I'm sorry. And I really appreciate you trying to help me out, but I've got to get some paperwork to my uncle. He's getting me a janitor job at the hospital.

Maddie: A job? Do you realize that you have two months to cram in six months of work?

Will: We need the money.

Maddie: I thought you were living with your dad.

Will: Yeah, but that's just temporary. I gotta get Gwen out of there before she finds out what a joy it is to be a Munson.

Maddie: Gwen will be all right, okay? She's tough. And she's on your side.

Will: Well, I'd like to keep it that way.

Maddie: All right, finish this problem and then we'll take a break. I have to get a book anyway, so Ė


Casey: Yeah, you're right, that night was a mistake. But something good came out of it.

Gwen: Yeah, what?

Casey: Well, when I got this job, I remembered how you used to talk about chutes too narrow.

Gwen: Is it ever not about you?

Casey: It's about the music. And you were right. After the first record -- totally derivative.

Gwen: That's a pretty big word. Maybe you did learn something.

Casey: What I learned is you've got good ears, girl.

Gwen: Whoa, whoa, careful. Next thing, you'll be telling me I've got good taste, too.

Casey: You've got it all.


Chardonnay: Carly had this plan. I was supposed to show up dressed like her, with her perfume, the blonde hair --

Carly: It was a trick, okay, but I didn't plant drugs on him, I didn't get him high.

Nick: So you didn't spike the champagne?

Carly: I put a couple of sleeping pills in the champagne.

Katie: I knew it.

Carly: But it was just to make you drowsy so you wouldn't realize that chardonnay wasn't me.

Nick: And then what? What was your plan, Carly?

Jack: Tell him.

Carly: The plan was for you to fall asleep. And then for Chardonnay to make it look like the two of you were in bed. And then she was going to take a couple of pictures. Nothing illegal.

Nick: Just proof that I was sleeping with a witness to a case? I'd lose my badge.

Carly: I wanted to help Jack get his job back. I knew it was my fault that he lost it in the first place. I was just trying to help my husband. And chardonnay was trying to score points with Anatoly. She's the one who told him you were a cop.

Nick: So you blew my cover to a known associate of the target?

Carly: No, she guessed.

Chardonnay: Not as dumb as I look.

Nick: Unbelievable.

Carly: Yeah. I did something really wrong. I lured you to a hotel room and I hired somebody to make you look bad.

Katie: You drugged his champagne. He could've been killed, Carly.

Carly: I know, I know and I owe you a huge apology.

Nick: Apology? If it wasn't for your husband to grab our little friend here, I'd still be up on charges!

Carly: That's true. It got way out of hand, it never should have started in the first place. I know that it's probably way too little, way too late for you, but you will never know how sorry I am.

Nick: No, you're not sorry that I lost my badge. You're sorry that you got caught. You hung me out to dry.

Carly: That's not true.

Nick: Well, you didn't come forward? No, you sat on it.

Carly: Only because I was as shocked as you were. And until I figured out what really happened, I just didn't want to make anything worse.

Katie: For you, you mean. You didn't want your husband to find out what you had been doing.

Carly: My husband knows me. He knows all my faults and he still loves me. And maybe, maybe I could have worked it out with him privately if you hadn't gone running to him.

Katie: Oh, come on, Carly. You were never going to tell him that you were working at a strip joint and trying to sandbag his partner.

Carly: Katie, have you ever let Mike down? Well, it doesn't feel very good when you hurt the man you love. And if you really love him, you'll do anything to make it up to him.

Jack: It's a legitimate question, Carly. Why don't you answer it? Why didn't you come forward?

Carly: I was scared. I was afraid of what would happen if I was connected with the whole drug thing. And when Chardonnay told me that she'd gone to Anatoly --

Katie: You told her to come forward? No. You told Jack to go after her? No, I don't think so. Jack told us how he found Chardonnay. So, how were you helping Nick, Carly? Since you were so worried about him.

Jack: Tell him.

Carly: Chardonnay came to me, and she was frightened. Anatoly was threatening her. And so I gave her some money. I gave her a necklace, actually, so I could help her relocate.

Katie: You paid her to leave town?

Nick: So you were just going to let me fry? You blew my cover, you interfered with my investigation, you paid a suspect to leave town? I can put you away to prison for a long time.


Gwen: Hey, do you have any Blink 182 on your list?

Casey: No. But that's a good idea.

Maddie: How about John Mayer? Oh, come on. People go to clubs with dates. And they want to dance with the person that they care about.

Casey: Yeah, Mad -- maybe you should stick with those old movies, because then you at least know what you're talking about.

Gwen: Hey, how's Will doing?

Maddie: He's good. I'm actually going to get back to helping him. Good, you got it.

Will: Heap me with praises.

Maddie: Yeah, maybe if you finish the next six chapters by next week.

Will: You okay?

Maddie: I'm fine. I'm sorry, you said that you had to talk to your uncle about something? Right?

Will: Yeah. Actually, I do. It won't take long. So, can you just tell Gwen I'll be right back?

Maddie: Sure.

Will: Thanks.

Casey: So I'll just e-mail you my notes on Huck Finn.

Gwen: Oh, I don't have an account.

Casey: All right. I'll make a copy and drop it off by Willís.

Gwen: Okay. All you want for this is help with your playlist?

Casey: It's going to be an ongoing gig. I'm going to need some help.

Gwen: You got it. You know, we're going to be in the same class.

Casey: Yeah. I'm cool with it.

Gwen: Me, too.

Casey: All right. So call me when you look over those notes, if you've got any questions.

Gwen: Yeah, I will. Thanks.

Casey: All right, see ya.

Barbara: I hope I'm not disturbing you. Will's Great-aunt Kim told me that I might find you here.

Gwen: Look, you've already made your position pretty clear. So I'd appreciate it if whatever you had to say could maybe --

Barbara: What I want to say is that I want to invite you and Will to dinner. So I can welcome you to my family.


Minister: Do you, Paul, take this woman to be your lawful --

Paul: Of course I do.

Minister: I see. Okay. Emily --

Emily: I already answered. Yes, yes, yes.

Minister: I do apologize. There have been so many interruptions --

Emily: No, that's okay. It's okay. Are we done here? Yeah?

Minister: Well, do we have rings?

Emily: Oh -- yeah. Henry, get the rings.

Henry: Yeah, right. Right. I know I put them --

Susan: Oh, Emily, how many signs do you need?

Henry: Here we go.

Emily: Thanks. Got 'em. Okay, so -- I'm going to get better ones. You know, we'll have them engraved and everything -- here, let me have your finger. Here you go. At least they fit, right?

Paul: We fit.

Minister: Now, by the power vested in me, I pronounce you husband -- all right, then.


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Katie: Please don't tell me you're going to let her slide.

Paul: Look, as soon as I'm out of here, we'll get the marriage annulled.

Meg: This is all a big game for you, isn't it, Paul?

Dusty: So get me out of here.

Emily: I'm afraid it's not that simple.


Paul: Hal, do they have conjugal visits here?

Hal: On rare occasion. At the discretion of the prison administration.

Emily: Yeah -- you know what? I'll talk to the lawyers about it --

Hal: Susan, I have work to do. So unless you need to see more of this --

Susan: No, I'm ready. Emily, I'll see you at home? Emily?

Emily: No, you know what? Actually, I'll be staying at Paul's apartment, right?

Paul: Well, that is our home. And you are my wife.

Emily: Good-bye, Mom.

Paul: You know, I don't blame your mother for not being supportive. I wouldn't let my daughter marry a convict.

Emily: You're not a convict.

Paul: Well, they are going to convict me. I confessed.

Emily: Well, then you'll have to recant and put the blame where the blame belongs -- on Meg.

Paul: Well, the only evidence that they have that links Meg to Dusty is the blood that they had on her gloves -- and that's inadmissible. All the other evidence points to me. I'm never going to get out of here. I'm going to spend the rest of my life in prison.

Emily: Don't say that. Don't say that.

Paul: I'm never going to be able to hold you or make love to you without a guard on the other side of the door. I won't be there when you raise our children. I won't be able to care for you or support you -- you'll be all alone. You know what? You never should've married me. They're right.

Emily: No, they are not right. You listen to me -- I am so happy right now. I want you to be happy, too.

Paul: How can I be happy? We're separated.

Emily: No, we're not. We're married now. They can't separate us. Not really.

Paul: I'm sorry I let you down. I'm going to try and do things different this time.

Emily: Listen -- in a million years, I never thought we'd get married -- and we're married. So who knows, maybe there's a miracle right around the corner.

[Emily giggles]

Hal: He's a married man, Meg.

Meg: I'm sorry, I don't know what you mean.

Hal: Maybe Emily bought that act, but I didnít. You and Paul are up to something, and I don't like it.

Meg: Are you charging me with something, Lieutenant?

Hal: Not yet.

Meg: Okay, well then I don't think we have anything to say to each other.

Hal: You know, I like your mother, Meg. And for her sake, I'm going to give you one last warning. Be careful. Anybody who has ever gotten involved with Paul Ryan has gotten hurt.


Gwen: Dinner?

Barbara: Yes. I thought that you and Will and Jennifer and Johnny could --

Gwen: Well, you know, Will and I have so much work to catch up on. I don't think we'll be able to make it.

Barbara: Well, that surprises me, Gwen. Because I thought my offer to release Will's trust fund after he graduates, of course, I thought my offer went a long way toward showing that I'm willing to support this -- your marriage.

Gwen: Well, I am glad that Will's getting his trust fund back. After all, it is his money. You shouldn't have taken it in the first place.

Barbara: You're right. I made a mistake. And I do apologize.

Gwen: That's between you and Will.

Barbara: Yes, it most certainly is. And I intend on making it up to him. Which is why I thought this little dinner might be a first step towards that.

Gwen: I'm sorry, Ms. Ryan, but we are not going to be able to make it.


Casey: What's up?

Maddie: Question -- that band, the Shins?

Casey: Yeah, they're a breakthrough band that Gwen turned me onto.

Maddie: Was that before or after you slept with her?


Carly: Nick, you have every right to press charges. I'm just hoping that you can think about why I did what I did. Being a policeman is everything to Jack. Just like it is to you. It was killing me to watch him sit out investigations when he used to be calling the shots.

Katie: Okay, but its fine to put nick in jeopardy and cost him his job?

Carly: No, it's not fine. And it's not what I intended. But it's what happened, and I'm sorry. I just hope that you can find it in your heart to be kind. If not to me, then to my children.

Katie: Carly, you should've thought about them before you did all this.

Carly: You're right. I should have. But is it right to punish them? I'm a good mother --

Nick: Get her a good lawyer.

Chardonnay: What about me? I can't afford a lawyer.

Jack: We'll hook you up with a public defender.

Chardonnay: And you'll tell them I cooperated, right? And that I'm willing to talk?

Jack: We'll figure something out.

Chardonnay: Good luck, honey.

Carly: Thanks. Jack? So, what should I do? Do I -- do I stay here?

Jack: Yeah.

Katie: Can you believe Carly? Thinking you would just back down and let her walk? You could've died in that parking lot -- Jack, too.

Nick: That wasn't Carlyís fault.

Katie: Jack seems to think it was.

Nick: Jack's angry.

Katie: Of course he is. His wife was working in a strip joint.

Nick: At least she didn't have to audition.

Katie: That's different.

Nick: Was it? You were going undercover to help me out.

Katie: Yeah and I didn't lie about it.

Nick: You lied when you went to Jack after I asked you not to.

Katie: Right, cause Jack deserved the truth.

Nick: I went to a hotel room to sleep with his wife -- my partner's wife. That's on me.

Katie: Yeah, I know -- I know the whole cop code thing. Right, but adultery? Is not a crime. You were going to jail because of her.

Nick: And now she's going to jail because of me.

Katie: No, because she committed a crime. Oh, no. Please don't tell me you're going to let her slide.

Jack: I spoke with Jessica, she's agreed to take your case. She'll meet with you a little later.

Carly: Thank you -- Jack?

Jack: What?

Carly: Can we talk about this? Please? We haven't had a moment alone since you found Chardonnay.

Nick: Am I interrupting?

Jack: No. Come on in. I talked with Hal. We've got Chardonnay hooked up with the D.A.'s office.

Nick: Good.

Jack: So, I'm assuming that you'll be cleared, the charges will be dropped and you'll be reinstated.

Nick: Thank you.

Jack: I want to apologize -- for my attitude when you were charged.

Nick: You were doing your job. As for as the rest of it -- Carly set me up but I didn't have to take the bait, that's my mistake. And it's a bad mistake. And I'm sorry. The heroin, that was Anatoly, it wasn't her. I don't want to send your wife away to prison. I couldnít do that to your kids. So I'm going to drop all charges. And that's it.

Carly: Thank you.

Nick: This isn't about you, Carly.

Carly: So -- is it over? Am I free?

Jack: It looks that way.

Carly: Jack -- can we go home?

Jack: Let me talk to Hal, see how to proceed.

Carly: Honey, this is a good thing. We get another chance. What?

Jack: I need to talk to Hal before he talks to Tom.


Emily: Hello, hello? You hungry?

Dusty: I haven't had any food or water so what do you think?

Emily: I've been busy.

Dusty: I didn't think you were coming back.

Emily: You thought wrong. I'm right here.

Dusty: What's this?

Emily: A burger.

Dusty: Did you put poison on it?

Emily: No, Dusty I didnít.

Dusty: I thought you were going to kill me.

Emily: Change of plans. I've decided you're much more use to me alive.

Dusty: That's good. So get me out of here.

Emily: I'm afraid it's not that simple.

[Dusty sighs]


Paul: I think there might be a chance. Emily hinted that there might be a miracle around the corner. And if Dusty's still alive and she releases him, I'm out of here.

Meg: And that would be great. Except for the fact that you'll going to be hurrying home to the misses now.

Paul: Yeah that all happened pretty quickly. I'm sorry I probably should've given you a heads-up.

Meg: A heads-up. Yeah, right. I'm sorry but the woman shot you, Paul.

Paul: Yeah, well the only way I could get her to trust me was to agree to marry her. It wasn't my idea believe me. Meg?

Meg: Okay, okay, so -- so the plan is that you're assuming she's going to do anything to get you out of jail, now that you're hers.

Paul: I'm not hers. Meg, listen to me.

Meg: Okay, you know what, it's a good plan, it is. If she has Dusty, she'll release him.

Paul: That's what I'm hoping.

Meg: Okay then, we just wait.

Paul: Right.

Meg: Okay, so you know I better go and probably stay away. So Emily doesn't get jealous.

Paul: Meg, Meg, Meg, wait, wait, wait. Look as soon as I'm out of here, we'll get the marriage annulled.

Meg: This is all a big game for you, isn't it Paul? People's feelings. You look at Emily right in her eyes -- swear you love her, you're going to marry her --

Paul: You are forgetting how dangerous Emily is. Let's just say that Dusty is alive. What's to stop her from killing him and putting one of your hairs on his body. Or your keys, or your gloves, or anything else she can steal from you. Emily is desperate and she's very clever, and that makes her dangerous.

Meg: So you did this for me.

Paul: Yeah, I did this for us.


Casey: You get right to the point, don't you? Okay, the first real conversation that Gwen and I had, we were at a party, we talked about the Shins.

Maddie: Was this the party that you hooked up at?

Casey: Maddie, that is so over.

Maddie: I know. I know, I just, you know -- I like to know what happened and with who and when. Whatever, it's over, right? I have to go get something for Will.

Casey: Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad.

Maddie: What?

Casey: Are we okay?

Maddie: Mm-hmm.

Casey: Okay. I'm going to go print off these notes for Gwen. And I'll meet you back here, okay?

Maddie: Mm-hmm, I'll be here.

Casey: All right.


Meg: So you married Emily for us?

Paul: Meg, you and I have something, I don't know what that is, but hey, we're never going to get a chance to find out unless I can get myself out from underneath these charges.

Meg: Did Emily give you any indication that she has Dusty?

Paul: Well, I have to think so. I mean, she wouldn't marry me unless she knew that she could get me out. She's not that noble.

Meg: Who knows, maybe she wants your apartment.

Paul: Oh, that's nice. That's funny. That's -- I'm never going to get anywhere with you, am I? You know me too well.

Meg: Yeah. But I thought that was a good thing.

Paul: I think it is.

Meg: Look, you need to be careful, okay? Because Emily's on the edge.

Paul: Yeah, I know.

Meg: You know, if she snaps, she won't care what the police do to her. She'll come blasting in here with a shotgun.

Paul: Or she'll go after you.

Meg: I'll stay clear of her, and you, until I know more.

Paul: You know, I missed you. You're the only one in the world I don't have to lie to. I'm telling you, it's really difficult remembering who I told what when. It's a strain. And you just accept me as is.

Meg: That's because you pay so well.

Paul: Right. Okay, this won't last much longer, you know? Emily will to do her damnedest to make sure I don't get charged and shipped out.

Meg: I hope so. 'Cause Halís suspicious. He stopped me upstairs.

Paul: Yeah? If he tips her off, she'll come after us.

Meg: Yeah, I know.

Paul: This is going to work.


Emily: Is it good?

Dusty: I like 'em rare.

Emily: Oh, that's dangerous. You know, e coli.

Dusty: And I like to feed myself.

Emily: Well, not just yet, I'm sorry. Oh, you thirsty? Here you go.

Dusty: Why are you being so nice to me?

Emily: I need a favor.


Hal: I spoke to Jack. Apparently, Carly set something in motion which spiraled out of control and led to Anatoly planting the drugs we found on you. Is that your understanding?

Nick: Yes, sir.

Hal: Well, it may take a day or two for the paperwork to go through, but from the statements we have -- Chardonnay? It's enough to exonerate you. Welcome back, Detective.

Nick: Thank you, Lieutenant.

Hal: Welcome back.

Katie: I'm so happy for you.

Nick: It's all happened because of you.

Katie: No, you were innocent. You know, when you first came to town, and I saw the leather Jacket, the motorcycle, and the ego, I thought you were one of those tough guy bad boy types. But you're a softie, letting Carly go like that.

Nick: Well, she's got three kids.

Katie: And now Jack will take her back and everything will be fine. Until next time.


Carly: I know you're still mad, Jack, and I don't blame you. But if Nick can forgive me -- I know how wrong I was. But Nick was cleared, you got your job back, Anatolyís going to jail -- no harm, no foul, right? And now that I've been cleared --

Jack: You've been spared, Carly. That's not the same thing.

Carly: No. No, you're right. Nick was very gracious. I'm glad that we could get everything out on the table. You've been so unhappy, and I've been -- desperate. I love you so much, Jack. I hate it when you get all quiet like this. Yell at me, throw something. I know I've made you mad, I lied to you. But I want to make it right.

Jack: You canít. You can't fix this. I wish you could.

Carly: Of course I can fix it. We just need to spend some time together.

Jack: No. Not this time.

Carly: So -- what are you saying?

Jack: Good-bye.


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Lily: Oh, Luke! Luke!

Jack: Our marriage? It's over.

Dusty: Jenny -- my love.

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