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As The World Turns Transcript Friday 8/18/06

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Carly: You're welcome to come to the drive-in with us if you want to, but I should warn you -- I have a suspicion it may not be your style.

Simon: Listen, as long as it takes my mind off of Katie doing the Kama Sutra, it's all good.

Carly: But we're not bitter.

Simon: Us? Bitter? No way, not us. So the drive-in it is --

Parker: I call front seat!

J.J.: No fair!

Carly: Boys --

Parker: I got dressed first!

J.J.: But I had to help Sage!

Simon: All right, wait, I'm a little confused. Does the drive-in involve staying in or going out?

Carly: Oh, going out.

Simon: But --

Carly: Oh, well, wearing pajamas is a necessary part of the experience.

Simon: Ah. Well, you see, I forgot mine. Do you have a spare pair I could borrow, at all?

Carly: Simon's going to come to the movies with us.

Parker: Does he have to?

Lucy: Hey, hero.

Dusty: How're your lungs? Okay?

Lucy: Yeah, the lungs are fine. Thank you for asking. How're you doing?

Dusty: Fine.

Lucy: Well, the bourbon says you're a liar. You were almost killed.

Dusty: No, I got caught down in a basement with a pretty girl. That's it. Don't let me keep you. You meeting someone?

Lucy: Actually, I was looking for you.

Barbara: Hon. Gwen. I am so sorry. I would've been here if I'd known anything --

Gwen: Known what?

Barbara: That you were attacked. Oh, look at your throat. Oh, my God, Honey, you could have been killed. You must've been terrified. But I heard that Will saved you.

Gwen: Yeah, he was -- he chased -- whoever -- away.

Barbara: And your arm --

Gwen: Ah, no. It's just a scratch.

Barbara: Oh, Sweetie. You must have been so scared.

Gwen: It wasn't fun.

Barbara: No, I'm sure it wasn’t. But Will saved you, because he loves you. So, where is my hero son? Is he here?

Gwen: Uh, no.

Barbara: Well, where is he? Surely you've patched things up by now?

Gwen: No. In fact, I left him.

Jade: Hey, where are you going?

Will: Jade --

Jade: Relax. You're a free man. You can do anything you want.

Will: You're right. And I don't want to do this.

Margo: I thought we had corroborating evidence --

Dallas: No, I mean, it was just the fraternity planned the party, it's not like it actually happened. The university got wind of some liquor delivery --

Margo: Well, why didn't the fraternity just move the party someplace else? So what if the university found out about it?

Dallas: No. They wouldn't have put their chapter in jeopardy.

Margo: All right, so -- Maddie’s story about being raped at the fraternity?

Dallas: Didn't happen. At least not there.

Margo: So if the frat party didn't happen -- she lied about that -- did she lie about being raped?

Dallas: Margo, I saw Maddie at the hospital that night, okay? Something happened. Now, she -- she was bruised, which was clearly visible. Her hair was in shambles. She wouldn't even let the doctors touch her. So I go in, and I try to get a statement from her. She won't tell me anything. Then she runs away.

Margo: This is great. We've got no rape kit. We've got no witnesses. We've got only Maddie’s version of the story, which she just recently revealed. She had a lot of time to come up with that.

Dallas: Listen, something happened that night.

Margo: Yeah -- but what?

Maddie: What are you doing?

Louis: There's a killer out there. I want to keep you safe.

Maddie: I want you to go.

Louis: But this is my room, Maddie. And you're always welcome here. Just as you were welcome in my home. I want us to be close. The way we were in Chicago.

Maddie: That'll never happen.

Louis: Where do you think you're going?

Maddie: To find my sister.

Louis: The police told us to keep a close eye on you, Maddie. Eve wants you to stay here with me.

Maddie: And if she knew the truth?

Louis: Everybody knows how much I care about you, Maddie. And that you care about me.

Maddie: No, I don't care about you. I hate you.

Louis: No, you've missed me.

Maddie: No.

Louis: Admit it.

Maddie: No!

Louis: Yes. Ever since I've arrived you haven't stopped thinking about me --

Maddie: I don't want you anywhere near me!

Louis: No, no. You say that, but you don't mean it.

Maddie: Just get away from me.

Louis: Why are you acting like this?

Maddie: No, don't touch me! Because you raped me. You raped me.

Louis: That's not true.

Maddie: What would you call it?

Louis: I know that some would say it was wrong. That I'm a married man --

Maddie: To my sister.

Louis: And still, you came on to me.

Maddie: What?

Louis: You played the innocent. But you knew what you were doing.

Maddie: I didn't do anything!

Louis: Always seeking me out, asking my advice, excluding Eve, making sure we had time alone, wearing those skimpy little tops and short skirts.

Maddie: I didn't mean to -- I don't --

Louis: It was hard to resist. For both of us. But what we shared -- when we could finally admit it, when we finally could just give in to what we both wanted --

Maddie: I didn't want you touching me like that.

Louis: You were inexperienced. I had to show you.

Maddie: You hurt me. I said no.

Louis: Maddie likes to play pretend.

Maddie: You forced me -- I -- I tried to stop you. I hit you! You raped me, Louis!

Louis: Shut up! I don't want to hear that kind of language from you ever again. I certainly hope you haven't talked that way to anybody else.

Maddie: You mean, have I told on you? I couldn't even admit it to myself up until a few weeks ago. I just -- I wanted it to go away. I wanted to pretend that it never happened. But no matter what I did, it just kept coming back, and I would remember.

Louis: But don't you see, Maddie-Pie, I feel the same way. I can't forget you. Your skin. The way you smell –

[Maddie picks up a letter opener on the dresser]

Maddie: Don't touch me! You come near again and I swear I will kill you!

Margo: Something has triggered this bizarre behavior. Look at her relationship with my son, her reaction to you -- Lia's car.

Dallas: She's clearly acting out.

Margo: She's been traumatized. What?

Dallas: I'm just -- all right, devil's advocate. Is it possible -- I mean, Maddie is an extremely imaginative girl --?

Margo: No, no, no. She believes that she was raped. I believe that she was raped.

Dallas: Margo, but is it possible? Now, I'm no shrink, but I've seen these cases. This one time in Chicago? Now, there was this woman, completely believed that her husband was kidnapped. We've ran an APB, we even dug underneath a playground. Turns out she's not even married.

Margo: So you think that Maddie has lost touch with reality?

Dallas: Margo, you saw what she did to Lia’s car. You saw what happened when we pulled her from the pond. [Margo sighs] That distant look in her eye? You couldn't even talk to her.

Margo: Okay, all right. I will give you that maybe she's entered a fantasy land, but it stems from something real.

Dallas: I'm just worried about what's she going to do next.

Lucy: You ran off before I had the chance to thank you properly.

Dusty: Well, you know me. No manners.

Lucy: Well, I'm very old school, as you know. So you're just going to have to suffer through my efforts to make it up to you.

Dusty: It's all right. Don't worry. You know, right place, right time. That's what it was.

Lucy: Yeah. Lucky for me.

Dusty: You got to be kidding me. I'm not taking that.

Lucy: Don't you at least want to know what you're turning down?

Dusty: The Sox versus Detroit at home.

Lucy: Box seats.

Dusty: How'd you get these?

Lucy: Well, you know, I have my ways.

Dusty: I wish I could go.

Lucy: Look in the envelope.

Dusty: A coupon. "Good for one night's babysitting while Daddy goes to the baseball game."

Lucy: Yeah. Well, I'll take care of Johnny, and you can take one of your friends to the game.

Dusty: I'm a little short on friends these days.

Lucy: Don't look at me. I know I don't make the cut. Not anymore.

Parker: I thought it was just us.

Carly: Parker, you're being rude.

Simon: No, no, no. He's just being honest, that's all. Aren't you, Mate? And the truth is, since you asked, no, I don't have to come, but I was just curious. That's all, see. See, I was wondering, 'cause I'm not from around here -- what exactly was it we're driving into? I mean, if you and I could take turns at the wheel, that's all, because I once drove into a house, and that was fun, but I always wanted to drive into a pool.

Parker: You don't drive in to a pool. You drive in to the movies.

Simon: Right through the screen? They allow that? Wow, what a fabulous country.

Parker: No, you drive into a parking lot and you watch a movie on the big screen.

Simon: Oh. All right, what if it rains?

Parker: You don't go when it rains.

Simon: Well, I wouldn't have thought of that -- having never been to a drive-in before. This is going to be great.

J.J.: I call front seat! I helped Sage find her slippers.

Parker: I got dressed first!

Carly: Hey. You know something boys, we don't have to go at all. Mmm, that's what I thought. Now march outside, get in the car, and all three of you, get in the back seat -- and not a word.

Simon: Whoa. You remind me of my mom.

Carly: Yeah, not exactly what I'm going for.

Simon: No, no. Tough -- tough, but fair. I like that.

Carly: Well, I have to be. I'm outnumbered. You know, about this movie thing -- maybe it's not such a good idea if you come.

Simon: Oh, come on. You promised to take my mind off Katie.

Carly: I know.

Simon: And I promise you, by the time those kids are home, upstairs in bed? You'll not be sorry.

Barbara: What do you mean you left him? He saved your life. If anything, it should have brought you closer together. Gwen, I know you're young -- you're very, very young. And you've had a long string of bad luck, and this attack didn't help anything, but honey, come on. You love him. He loves you. You don't want to end your marriage, do you?

Gwen: No.

Barbara: Then tell him that.

Gwen: I tried. I went over there.

Barbara: Where? Hal's?

Gwen: No. The Wagon Wheel.

Barbara: What's he doing there?

Gwen: I don't want to talk about that.

Barbara: I want to help you, Gwen --

Gwen: But you can’t. I'm sorry.

Barbara: I want to help you. Please, tell me what's going on.

Gwen: According to Will, nothing. Nothing is going on.

Barbara: What does that mean?

Gwen: I went over there and -- Jade was there. In a towel. So -- that's that.

Barbara: That little tramp --

Gwen: Please, don't --

Barbara: I knew this. I knew this, Darling, I knew this was going to happen. The minute she found out that he had a trust fund, her eyes lit up like a slot machine.

Gwen: I don't want to talk about Jade --

Barbara: But you have to if you want to save your marriage --

Gwen: My marriage is over --

Barbara: No, your marriage is under siege. It's that girl. She's after Will's money. She was after Luke Snyder first, you know, then Lily threw her out. She has a mission. She wants to find some guy with money, and take him for every penny he's worth, and we're not going to let that happen.

Gwen: Look, if he wants to be with her, then I --

Barbara: He doesn't want to be with her. First things first, okay? Let's get him out of that place.

Gwen: I'm not going to go chasing after him, trying to convince him to come home. If he doesn't want me --

Barbara: He does wants you. Don't you see? He loves you, Gwen.

Gwen: We don't trust each other anymore. I don't even like him, and I can't be with somebody who treats me like that. I won't do it.

Barbara: I understand. And I understand how hurt you are, but that doesn't mean you can't find a way back to each other.

Gwen: But that's not something that you can make happen.

Barbara: But I have to try. I'm not going to lose you, too. You're my daughter-in-law, and I love you. And so, I'm not going to let this happen. I'm going to find a way to fight this, okay? All right?

Gwen: I really don't think that this is a good idea.

Barbara: You stay here and drink your tea. You leave everything to me.

Jade: I hate seeing you be hurt. I heard her say that it was over, and it broke my heart. I can only imagine how you feel. You really want to go back for more?

Will: Well, she's angry. And she'll get over it.

Jade: If you give her a chance.

Will: What do you mean?

Jade: I like Gwen. I'm not going to say anything. I'm just going to get dressed, and I'm going to go.

Will: I just -- what do you mean? About Gwen.

Jade: It's just my experience, that when a girl's been hurt, or she thinks she's been hurt, and there's another guy around to comfort her, like Casey --

Will: Casey's just a friend.

Jade: Right. And they work together. And they share the music thing. And they had a kid --

Will: That was an accident --

Jade: Yeah, I know, I heard. And yet, she found a way to forgive him. But you? You, who tried to protect her, she can't even give you a second chance. But if that's what you want, to go after somebody who doesn't want you, who's making a fool out of you, then I'm not going to stop you.

Will: Wait -- Jade, just --

Jade: It's fine. Let's just get lost –

[Will kisses Jade]

Gwen: Oh, you're welcome.

Casey: I'll get you another one. Besides, you weren't going to eat both halves anyways.

Gwen: How do you know?

Casey: You're a girl.

Gwen: Well, since I haven't eaten anything since yesterday --

Casey: So, what's the occasion?

Gwen: Uh, I'm hungry? I talked to Barbara.

Casey: And that didn't turn your stomach?

Gwen: No, she made me feel better.

Casey: That's a first.

Gwen: Yeah, she said a lot of things that made sense to me. Look, at least she's on my side right now.

Casey: Too bad Will forgot that.

Gwen: Yeah, tell me about it.

Casey: So, what's the plan?

Gwen: Nothing. Carly convinced me to go talk to Will -- and, Jade was there. Please, don’t. Anyways, he insisted that nothing was going on and Barbara seems to think that Jade --

Casey: No, just stop, okay? Would you listen to yourself? "Carly said, Barbara said" -- the only person you should be listening to right now is yourself. Your gut -- what's your gut tell you?

Gwen: That I'm not hungry anymore.

Casey: You know what, look, I'm sorry. I'm not trying to bring you down, but this is -- Will is a lost cause.

Gwen: Don't say that --

Casey: You know, look what he's doing. And if you think brining his mother into the equation is going to solve anything, then you don't know Will that well. He's going to see you coming and push you away even more.

Gwen: Then what am I supposed to do?

Casey: Nothing. Do nothing.

Simon: So the movie's going to be on the big screen up there?

J.J.: Yeah, and we're really lucky 'cause we got the best parking spot.

Simon: Wow.

Carly: There's not a huge audience for musicals starring barnyard animals. Hey, who wants popcorn?

All: Me!

Carly: Okay.

Simon: All right, you've got to fill me in here -- so when the movie actually starts, do we -- what, we just make up the lines?

J.J.: No. You hear it over there on that speaker.

Simon: Oh. See, I thought we were going to have to lip read.

Carly: Juice boxes, anyone?

J.J.: Me!

Parker: Me!

Carly: All right.

Carly: Hey Parker, help Sage with her straw.

J.J.: It's starting.

Louis: You can't hurt me, Maddie. You love me.

Maddie: You're crazy.

Louis: No, actually, you're the crazy one, according to the police. And your friends and family. To anyone but me. Because I'm the only one who understands you, Maddie. You're a girl with a vivid imagination. You'll probably be a writer or a painter when you grow up. If you grow up.

Maddie: You're threatening me?

Louis: Never. But the way you're talking, you're headed for disaster. Making all these wild, unsubstantiated claims -- accusing the people who love you best. So let's just start over. Let's just be Louis and Maddie. Two people who share a very special relationship. Something private and secret.

Maddie: Rape me again and I will tell my sister.

Louis: And who do you think she's going to believe? Oh. Maddie likes it rough.

Maddie: I said no!

Coming up on -- "As the World Turns" --

Margo: Maddie?

Maddie: Mar --

Louis: You say one word, I will get to Eve and Henry. Do you understand?

Barbara: He is a married man, young lady, and I use that term very loosely.

Will: Mom --

Carly: You're a good sport, you know that?

Simon: I had a great time.

Simon: Do you think they sell coffee at that little stand that we passed on the way in?

Carly: Probably. I suppose so. Why?

Simon: Oh, good. Do you mind getting me a cup?

Carly: Sure, yeah. Anything for you.

Simon: Great. Thank you. So what's going on, Buddy? Why'd you feel the need to plant yourself between me and your mom? I like honest, remember?

Parker: Well, I want to know what you want with her.

Simon: Well, I want to work with her, because I think she's very talented. And, I want to be her friend because I think she's a good person and a lot of fun.

Parker: Good.

Simon: But that's it. That's it.

Parker: Keep it that way.

Dusty: I was a little tough on you when Jen died.

Lucy: You had every right.

Dusty: I was angry, and I blamed you, because you made mistakes. But Jennifer was a very determined woman, and she didn't tell me that you warned her not to leave the hospital, that it would put her at risk. I had no right to blame you. I just couldn't accept what happened. I'm sorry.

Lucy: Oh Dusty, you have nothing to apologize for. And that's not why I'm here, to try and bribe you into forgiving me. I'm glad you feel -- well, not better about things, but more peaceful. I just wish I could go back in time --

Dusty: Can't change the past.

Lucy: I know. And when I try to make up for it, I end up almost getting you killed.

Dusty: Well, you do that out of habit.

Lucy: Okay, now you're making me laugh.

Dusty: It did take a lot of guts, going after Damian like that.

Lucy: No, that took hating myself.

Dusty: Don't say that.

Lucy: But that's how I feel -- like a failure as a doctor and as a friend. Because no matter what I do, I can never make up for letting Jennifer die.

Dusty: Oh, come on. Come on, now. Now you're making me mad.

Will: I'm sorry.

Jade: For what? That was fun. There's nothing wrong with having a little bit of fun.

Will: Jade --

Jade: Now he's getting serious.

Will: I just don't want you thinking that just 'cause we had sex that --

Jade: That you're in love with me? I know you're hung up on your ex. And anyway, I'm not in the market. I've got a lot of things going on. I've got to focus. I don't want to waitress for the rest of my life.

Will: Well, that's good.

Jade: I was thinking about going back to school. Maybe getting into fashion, or makeup. People say I have an eye. I'm just happy be a friends with benefits.

Will: Yeah, about that.

Jade: It's so hard to find someone that you can trust. You know, that you can tell your secrets to, you can be with when you're lonely.

Will: The truth is I want my wife back.

Jade: Great.

Will: And to do that -- I can't be doing this with you anymore.

Jade: It's okay, we can just be friends.

Will: I don't think that will work. I think we need to go our separate ways.

[Knock on door]

Barbara: Will? It's your mother. Open this door!

Louis: You don't have it in you.

Maddie: Try me.

Louis: You know something? I like you better like this [Louis takes the letter opener] -- you're going to pay for that.

[Knock on door]

Margo: Maddie!

Maddie: Mar -- it's Margo. Open up!

Dallas: Look, Maddie, we know you're in there. Okay, we're not leaving until you open the door.

Louis: You say one word and I'll get to Eve and Henry. You'll lose them. Do you understand? Hello, Detective. Officer --

Margo: Louis. Maddie -- what's going on here?

Louis: We were just talking. In fact I was in the other room looking for something -- what's the occasion, Detective?

Margo: Maddie, we have some questions for you --

Louis: About what? Please tell me there's been a break in the case. We're all as jumpy as cats.

Dallas: I just got back from Chicago, Maddie.

Margo: Maddie, maybe we should have this conversation alone, just the two of us.

Maddie: Okay.

Louis: I'm sorry, I can't allow that. Maddie's a minor. She can't be questioned without a family member --

Maddie: It's okay. I will go down to the station with you -- just you and me.

[Henry and Eve open the door]

Henry: Let her just run off like that --

Eve: She's here --

Henry: Hello, Maddie.

Louis: They want to interrogate Maddie more. I told them no, she's a minor.

Eve: I'm sorry, we can't allow that.

Margo: Well, I'm sorry, but it's necessary. We have some more questions for your sister.

Henry: Well, I'm calling Jessica.

Eve: Well, you can't talk to Maddie alone. You can either question her here with us, or you can wait for her attorney.

Margo: Fine. We'll talk here?

Gwen: I'm not going to give up on my marriage.

Casey: It takes two to tango. I don't know. It's something my dad says. But it's true. Okay, you can't do this by yourself. And if Will keeps pushing you away, there's no way--

Gwen: He's not pushing me away.

Casey: He's not pushing Jade away. Now, look, Will's my best friend, but I'm sorry, that kid's weak.

Gwen: That is not true. He's just had to deal with a lot more in his life than most people his own age.

Casey: Than you?

Gwen: Yes, definitely.

Casey: No, I don't believe that.

Gwen: Look, the point is when you --

Casey: No, listen, the point is he flunked out of high school, and lied about it. He slept with Jade and he lied about that.

Gwen: I slept with you.

Casey: You know what? That was before you were wearing this.

Gwen: Oh, we shouldn't be doing this. We should not be tearing each other apart right now.

Casey: I'm sorry. I'm just trying to make a point.

Gwen: What? That you don't respect Will?

Casey: No, that I don't like the way he's treating you, and I'm not going to apologize for it. No, look, you do what you want. Me, I'm done. I mean, I went back to Maddie, how many times? And she keeps pushing me away, so fine, I can take a hint.

Gwen: Well, I'm not you. So, you're just going to give up?

Casey: You know, I don't know what to think anymore, Gwen -- maybe Maddie is the Slasher.

Gwen: You don't believe that.

Casey: I don't know what to believe. But I know that I'm sick of being turned down, I'm tired of looking over my shoulder. And every time I pick up a paper someone else I know is dead. You know, I just want to hang out with my friends, and enjoy what's left of my summer.

Gwen: And you can do that -- even though Maddie’s in trouble.

Casey: She won't let me in!

Gwen: I don't know, Casey, I can't give up on Will or Maddie. And I don't think that you can either.

Barbara: Will! Unlock the door!

Jade: In the bathroom!

Barbara: I know you're in here. I saw your car in the parking lot. Will! Do I have to call the manager? Will, open the --

Will: Go away, Mom.

Barbara: I saw Gwen. She's beside herself. He is a married man, young lady, and I use that term very loosely.

Will: Mom --

Barbara: Don't you Mom me. Your behavior is disgraceful. You're a married man. You have no business sleeping with any woman other than your wife. And then you take up with this hussy --

Jade: Hey --

Barbara: Don't you pretend you have any real interest in my son. You are only after his money. You're aware of what she pulled at the Snyders', aren't you? You can ask Luke, or better yet, ask Holden. She's what we used to call a gold digger. Women who go after unsuspecting men for their money --

Will: Okay, Mom, that's enough.

Barbara: Oh, you know, I don't want to argue with you. I just want you home with Gwen where you belong. You don't want this, do you, Will? Some cheesy motel and some girl you don't care about. Come on, Will, don't do this to yourself. It's humiliating, all right? It's self-destructive. You don't want to do this. You are better than this. Stop and think. You're going to lose everything you've worked so hard for --

Jade: It is not Will's fault. Gwen broke up with him.

Barbara: And you didn't waste any time, did you? Of course, sex is the only thing you have to offer.

Will: Jade, do you have a decent dress to wear?

Jade: Sure.

Will: Go put it on. We're going out.

Barbara: Your sister would roll over in her grave.

[Barbara leaves]

Simon: Why did they have to kill the lamb's mother? You missed a great flick.

Carly: Oh, I'm sorry. I feel asleep. I'm just so tired.

Simon: No, not to worry. Oh, the cow saves the day.

Carly: You're a good sport, you know that?

Simon: What are you talking about? I had a great time.

Dusty: Nobody's happy about the way things turned out. But you can't change it. I gotta figure out how to make a life for my son and me. And if I can do that, I know you can do it. Don't let a mistake bring you down. You've got way too much going for you.

Lucy: But it seems so unfair. For me to go on and to have a life when she's --

Dusty: She wouldn't want to you suffer. I know that for a fact.

Lucy: She was a terrific person.

Dusty: Yep, she was.

Babysitter: Mr. Donovan? I'm so sorry to interrupt but your son --

Dusty: It's okay. How is he?

Babysitter: He's been having some trouble sleeping.

Dusty: Yeah, he's been having trouble sleeping without his mom. You go home, I got him.

Babysitter: Okay, I'll see you tomorrow.

Dusty: See you tomorrow. Take care.

Carly: Hey, J.J., would you show Simon where Sage's bed is, please?

J.J.: Yeah, follow me.

Carly: Did you have a good time, Honey?

Parker: It was okay. It wasn't as fun as last time.

Carly: Yeah, I'm so sorry I fell asleep. We can go and see it again if you want to.

Parker: No. It's more of a Sage movie.

Carly: Oh, right. A little too young for you, huh?

Parker: And for Simon.

Carly: It was okay having him with us, right?

Parker: It was okay.

Carly: Well, that's good. Because, you know, he's my boss and I really wanted to make him feel comfortable.

Simon: All right, all tucked in.

Carly: Thanks. So, would you like a cup of coffee or something?

Simon: Ah, you know what? No, I'll call it a night. I better hit the road, but I'll see you at work tomorrow?

Carly: Bright and early.

Parker: Good night.

Simon: Good night, Buddy.

Carly: Thank you.

Simon: You're welcome.

Barbara: Well, it seems we lost round one. The skinny slut is pulling out all the stops.

Gwen: She's still there?

Barbara: Will is taking her out on the town, to spite me. Because I told him that he's ruining his life.

Casey: Hey, Ms. R., you wanted mocha, right?

Gwen: Yeah, thanks.

Casey: Can I get you something?

Barbara: No, thank you. Ordinarily, I would recommend fighting fire with fire, but this is no way to get my son back.

Casey: I told you this is going to be a bad idea --

Barbara: I wasn't talking to you, young man.

Gwen: Look, we're just friends. And Casey’s not the problem. Will is. And right now there's nothing that any of us can do about that. So, thank you for trying, really, I mean that. And I will talk to you later.

Casey: Great. Now we've got Barbara Ryan on the case.

Gwen: She's just worried about her son.

Casey: Don't you get tired of it? Worrying about Will, worrying about Maddie? I need a break. I'm serious. This is supposed to be a vacation.

Gwen: Yeah, I'm not really in the mood.

Casey: Well, you better gear up because you're going away with me this weekend.

Gwen: Excuse me?

Casey: There's a big party at the lake. I'm talking beer on tap, all sorts of grub --

Gwen: I'm sorry, I'm not going to go away with you for the weekend.

Casey: I'm not asking you on a date. I'm just asking you to go away and relax for a couple of days. You know, have some fun? You remember how to have fun, right?

Gwen: Maybe. I'll think about it.

Jade: Ta-da! It's a miracle. I know, and I don't blame you for asking me if I had a decent dress to wear. I found a sale at a mall for July fourth. Look, it doesn't wrinkle.

Will: Yeah?

Jade: Look, I know this isn't what you wanted. Bunking in a motel room with a friend.

Will: No, it's fine.

Jade: I just wanted to thank you for standing up for me with your mom. She's a piece of work.

Will: You ready?

Jade: Yeah, let's go.

Dallas: Do you know why I was in Chicago, Maddie? I was talking to the dean of students at the university. There was no frat party the night you were raped. But you knew that, right?

Henry: Wait, there's no frat party --

Margo: Henry, please. Or else we have to take her in. Maddie, we need to know what happened that night.

Maddie: I already told you.

Dallas: But some of the things that you told us, about the frat party -- that wasn't true.

Margo: Maddie, were you sexually assaulted?

Maddie: Yes.

Margo: And you're sure it wasn't some fantasy or part of the whole frat party story.

Maddie: No. It happened.

Dallas: But the person who assaulted you, he wasn't a frat boy, was he?

Maddie: No.

Margo: Maddie, we need to know who hurt you. Who was it?

Next week on -- "As the World Turns."

Dusty: I told you I would take you up on your dinner invitation.

Meg: I'm going to be a part of the baby's life. So, I'm not going anywhere.

Gwen: The mask is the same one the killer wore the night that we were attacked.

Louis: I warned you, little girl. I warned you!

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