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As The World Turns Transcript Thursday 9/28/06

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[Door closing]

Maddie: No, please, no Ė

Faith: An elephant's faithful, 100%.

Lucinda: Yes. Oh, that's absolutely wonderful, Darling. That's just wonderful.

Faith: Do you think Mommy heard me?

Holden: Oh, I know she did. And I think it's nice that you remembered that was one of her favorites.

Faith: I tried to read it like she did.

Holden: You sounded just like her.

Faith: The way she made Horton talk.

Holden: Yeah. Nat, want to say goodnight to your mommy?

Lucinda: Okay, goodnight, Mom.

Holden: Goodnight.

Faith: Good seeing you.

Lucinda: Goodnight, Mommy. I love you. Now we gotta go. Let Mommy -- come on, Sweetie.

Luke: Are you okay, Dad?

Holden: Yeah, yeah, just give me a minute, okay?

Luke: Sure.

Holden: You know, Faith, she practiced that all day. Luke, he spent two hours just going over and over it with her. You would've been very proud of him. You should have been there.

[Holden remembering]

Lily: Tell them their mother is coming home. And I'll be with them soon. Don't let me go, Holden.

Holden: You know, I'm not the only one waiting for you. I heard what you said to me. And I know that you're going to keep your word.

Gwen: I just -- I changed my mind.

Will: You don't want me to go?

Gwen: No. It's just -- you know, you're right. She's at the hospital. There are doctors there taking care of her.

Will: Well, that's why I shouldn't go to the hospital. Why do you think I should stay here?

Gwen: Well, because of the storm. It's not safe to be driving right now.

Will: So, me staying here, that's about safety?

Gwen: I'm just trying to be, you know, logical. It doesn't make any sense for you to leave right now.

Will: This is just you being logical?

Gwen: No. No, it's more than that.

Jade: I -- I don't understand.

Dallas: You know, I think it's a pretty simple question. Why didn't you tell me you were pregnant?

Jade: I didn't think.

Dallas: You're pregnant and in a car wreck, that should be the first thing you think about.

Jade: How would you know?

Dallas: I called Will. Okay? He seemed pretty concerned that the baby was all right. More concerned than you seem to be.

Jade: Well, it's like you said, I was in a car wreck. I'm dazed. Isn't it normal for someone who's been smashed in an airbag for 30 minutes to be a little out of it? I couldn't breathe, Dallas. I almost passed out.

Dallas: What are you trying to say? That you couldn't get enough oxygen to your brain?

Jade: Maybe.

Dallas: Well, you seem pretty lucid here. And turning down medical help?

Jade: I don't like the way you're talking to me.

Dallas: And I don't like what I'm thinking. So why don't you set me straight? Just what is it you're not telling me?

Lucy: Oh, Baby, it's freezing in here, isn't it? Don't worry, Sweetheart. We'll get out of here and get you to the hospital. It'll be fine. We'll be fine.

Dusty: What are you doing here?

Paul: The same as you, I'm trying to get to town.

Dusty: You're not really trying to steal my cab, are you?

Driver: Look, look, there's no need for fighting. All right? 'Cause I ain't going out in this mess.

Paul: No, well, of course you are. Because I'm going to give you $1,000. Okay? Are you seriously going to tell me that you're not interested?

Dusty: This is my taxi! I have a crisis on my hands!

Paul: Crisis? Emily's the walking definition of crisis, all right? Let me tell you something, Dusty. It's going to take a hell of a lot more than you to keep me from getting in this taxi.

Emily: Oh, God. No, Baby, it's too early --

Meg: Your water broke? Are you sure?

Emily: I've had a baby before, Meg. I'm sure. Oh, God, it's okay --

Emily: Don't you dare touch me!

Radio announcer: An unprecedented early ice storm has hit in Oakdale, where the governor has declared a state of emergency.

Maddie: Help me!

Casey: Maddie? Hey, Maddie, are you here? Maddie?

Maddie: Casey?

Casey: Maddie? Hey, what are you doing down there?

Maddie: The lights went out.

Casey: I know.

Maddie: And then I heard a noise and I didn't know what it was. And I -- I don't know what I thought.

Casey: Mad, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to scare you.

Maddie: It's not you, it's me. I think I'm going to be scared for the rest of my life.

Luke: Dad? Do you want to tell us what's going on?

Holden: I was just talking to your mom.

Luke: Well, you said that -- that she told you something?

Lucinda: Darling, maybe there's some things that your father would rather not divulge.

Holden: You know what? It's okay. You know what? I should just tell you. After we talked to the chapel, I decided to stick around. To try and sort things out. And Lily -- she talked to me.

Lucinda: Oh, Darling.

Holden: You know what? It's okay. You can think that I'm crazy, but I know that it was her. She told me that we shouldn't give up on her. That she was going to come back to us. And I believe her.

Bob: Luke, why don't you see if the girls are all right? Holden, I'll be outside, but I do want to talk to you.

Holden: Do you think I'm crazy?

Lucinda: Not me. I mean, if anybody knew half of what goes through my mind, I would have been locked up long ago.

Holden: But you don't think she talked to me.

Lucinda: I want to believe it. I really want to believe it. I'll wait outside. I'll be outside with Bob.

Holden: Once again, you got me in hot water.

Holden: I think I know what you're going to say.

Bob: Do you?

Holden: I know you're just doing your job, and I know you think that this is false hope --

Bob: Why would you think that? You know, I've been around a long time, and I've seen people's faith work wonders.

Holden: But -- I know there's a but.

Bob: I think it's important for you to know that faith and hope are not denial. But also, you have to be aware that you have to prepare yourself and your family for what might be coming.

Lucinda: Oh, Bob -- Bob!

Holden: No, I understand, I understand. You know, maybe we should just talk about this in a day or so. I know you have a lot of things that you need to deal with right now.

Bob: Well, you're right. I've got hours to go before I sleep. But I wanted to tell you, I think you should stay here. The roads are worse, if that's possible. And I don't need any more patients.

Holden: Anything we can do to help out?

Bob: I'm sure there is downstairs.

Holden: So, if we can't get out -- then people can't get in?

Bob: Well, let's pray that there isn't anyone out there that needs us.

Emily: Stay away from me!

Meg: Don't push away the best hope you've got. I'm a nurse, remember? I can help you.

Emily: Help? What are you kidding me? You did this to me, you locked me in here!

Meg: Emily, think about the baby, okay? Just shut up and think about the baby. I know you, when you think about the baby, you calm down and you do what's right. Look, I know what I'm doing. I've helped many women deliver babies, and I can help you. So let me just do it. Are you having contractions?

Emily: No, not since the first one. Maybe that was it. Maybe everything's going to be okay, and -- oh! Oh, God, no!

Meg: I think we just answered that question. Okay, how strong was that one?

Emily: It's really strong. Okay, you can give me something, right, to slow down the labor? They do that. You can take me to the hospital and give me something to stop my labor, right?

Meg: Whoa, whoa, let's not get ahead of ourselves, okay?

Emily: Meg --

Meg: The first thing you need to do is calm down, okay? I'm gonna go get my bag.

Emily: No, you're not going anywhere. You gotta get me to the hospital. We gotta go to the hospital, Meg.

Meg: Emily, we canít. The roads are a mess.

Emily: Ow! But my water broke. That means there's a chance for infection, right? Would you look around? We are in a barn. A barn is not sterile, Meg.

Meg: Emily, I know what to do, okay? You time your contractions and I'll be right back. Just stay there, don't move, and think about the baby!

Emily: Think about the baby? Oh, I am thinking about you. Come on, I'm thinking about you. Okay Ė

Dusty: It wouldn't take much for me to wipe that look off your face.

Driver: Look, look, both of you settle down. Because neither one of you are going anywhere.

Paul: $1,500.

Dusty: $2,000.

Paul: Here, you know what? Look at the watch. It's got to be worth $2,500.

Dusty: $3,000.

Driver: Okay, okay, listen. All right? I'm going to take you and him. I'm going to take the both of you for $5,000. But when you get in the car, and I'm driving, you both gotta keep your stupid mouths shut. You got it?

Dusty: Let's go.

Paul: He's dropping me off first.

Lucy: You're such a good boy. Don't worry. Don't be scared. Its okay, I'm going to get us out of here.

[Lucy screams]

Will: So, you are going to talk to me?

Gwen: What else is there to say?

Will: You said it wasn't just logic that made you ask me to stay.

Gwen: Yeah. You know -- I mean, if you're out there, I'd be worried about you. I can't just stop caring about you overnight.

Will: It's not just caring. You still love me?

Gwen: Of course I do. None of this would hurt so much if I didnít. Believe me, if there was a switch, I'd flip it.

Will: Well, lucky for me, there isn't one. Look, if me being here makes you unhappy, I'll go --

Gwen: No! It doesnít. Look, why don't you just stay here? And we'll talk about, like, the weather.

Will: Okay. Well, if you're inside and you're warm enough, then it's actually pretty nice out. And the trees look beautiful.

Gwen: Yes, they do.

Will: It's really quiet, you know? It's almost like the rest of the world just went away. Gwen, wouldn't it be nice if we could make the rest of the world go away? Jade and the baby --

Gwen: It's not that easy.

Will: Maybe it is. Maybe it's just making a decision. Maybe it's saying there's an ice storm outside, and I'm inside, all alone with the one person in the world that I love to be all alone with. And in the place that we were going to make our first home.

Gwen: I was so happy here.

Will: We were. And we still can be.

Jade: But think about that pile-up. Look around this hospital. There are plenty of other people who could use a cop right now. I am not one of them.

Dallas: You know what? You're right. I've got to get back to work.

Jade: Please, don't let me keep you.

Dallas: But before I leave, I want you to think about this. Okay? Whatever you tell the doctor is confidential. No one's going to find out you're pregnant just because you get a checkup.

Luke: Jade, what are you doing here?

Jade: Along with half the town, I was in the pile-up on the interstate. Those socks are fabulous. I want them.

Holden: Are you okay?

Jade: Yeah, I'm fine. How's your mom?

Luke: She's the same. So, you stuck here for the night here, too?

Jade: Huh?

Luke: Well, they're sitting up a shelter because they don't want us to leave.

Jade: That's just what I need.

Faith: Maybe we can have a sleepover.

Jade: You know? That would be fun.

Lucinda: You think so, do you? Well, I donít.

Jade: Maybe next time. Okay, well, I'll catch you guys later.

Holden: Are you sure you're okay?

Jade: Yeah, yeah, I'm fine.

Jade: Excuse me.

Nurse: Not until I know why you didn't tell me you were pregnant.

Maddie: You must be so sick of me.

Casey: No. But I have a confession to make. I am sick of that book you got me started on at the hospital.

Maddie: Don't joke. I think Gil and Ada were right when they said that my problems were the last thing that you needed.

Casey: Maddie, Gil and Ada are never right. That's just a given.

Maddie: Casey, I am a basket case. You have to take care of me all the time. I mean, just now-- I heard your voice, I knew it was you, and I continued hiding. That's seriously messed up.

Casey: Yeah, but you called my name. You didn't keep hiding.

Maddie: I'm sitting here, aren't I?

Casey: Yeah, well, then, you know, we're going to change that. We're going to get up, we're going to light some candles, maybe get something to eat.

Maddie: Okay.

Casey: Okay? And then I'm gonna tell you something.

Maddie: What?

Casey: That when you said you thought you were gonna be scared forever? I knew exactly what you meant.

Lucy: Can you help us? We can't get out. The door is stuck. Thank you. Thank you so much. But can I ask you one more favor? My baby brother is sick, I need to get him to the hospital. Can you help me, please? Please, help me.

Emily: Oh, God!

Meg: All the phones are dead. Emily, what are you doing?

Emily: I gotta get to the hospital --

Meg: Emily, we can't make it, okay? And the more you move, the more you're speeding up the contractions. Sit down.

Emily: This is not happening to me --

Meg: Okay, come on, we need to get you settled, okay? Listen to me, sit down. You know, what you were saying about slowing down the contractions?

Emily: Yeah.

Meg: I have something I could give you.

Emily: What?

Meg: When I was doing home care nursing, I used to have this patient that would go in and out of premature labor, and I just kept some extra medicine on hand so I would have it to give to her in case of an emergency.

Emily: Oh, God, no!

Meg: Come here.

Emily: No! You think I'm going to let you help me? After what you did to me, after what you tried to do to me?

Meg: Emily, I'm what you've got. Look, I've gone to nursing school, all right? I've assisted in labor rooms, delivery rooms -- I can help you here, okay? So you need to trust me, okay? For the baby's sake.

Emily: Oh, God! I can do this, okay.

Meg: Okay?

Emily: Oh, God, help us!

Meg: Just sit still. Sit still. Okay, there we go. It's going to sting, I'm sorry.

Emily: It hurts, it hurts! Is it going to stop the labor?

Meg: It could help. But listen to me -- what's going to help even more is if you and I promise each other to just calm down and do everything we can for this baby, all right?

Emily: All right.

Meg: Now, I'm assuming you've taken childbirth classes, right?

Emily: Yes, yes.

Meg: Okay, so you know the breathing exercises?

Emily: Yes, I know how to breathe, Meg!

Meg: Okay, I need you to breathe while I examine you, okay?

[Emily crying]

[Tires squealing]

Lucy: I'm Lucy Montgomery. And you're -- Sir?

[A guy in a snow suit and mask pushed them out of the way and the tree branch comes down and hits him]


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


Will: Don't you think we deserve one night?

Gwen: I want more than one night.


Lucy: Are you all right? Thank you. Oh, my God! Can you move? I can't -- it's too heavy! Can you move your hands and your feet? What did you say? What?

Stranger: The baby --

Lucy: Look, I'm a doctor, let me help you.

Stranger: Go! The baby!

Lucy: I'll be back, I promise. I'll help you, I swear.

Lucy: Thank you.

Will: Gwen, I think you want this as much as I do.

Gwen: Of course I do. Let's think about tomorrow. Hell, what about tonight? Like, right now. I mean, is going to bed together really going to change anything? I mean, I don't want -- I don't want false hopes, Will. Its false hopes that keep kicking me in the teeth.

Will: Okay, well, can I just say something? Can't we just look at this like the worst has got to be behind us? Because I can't screw up any worse than I already have. What would that be? Armed robbery?

[Gwen laughs]

Gwen: You can't do that.

Will: What, I'm sorry?

Gwen: You can't make unfunny jokes. It's horrible.

Will: It's my favorite thing to do. Well, almost. But, look, if we can laugh just a little tonight, and be happy for one night, then don't we deserve to? And if tomorrow, it's not working for you, I'll go. Don't you think we deserve one night?

Gwen: I want more than one night.

Will: Me, too. But maybe it just starts with one night.

Gwen: Maybe.

Maddie: Casey?

Casey: Yeah?

Maddie: Why are we playing a board game?

Casey: You're going to lose if you don't pay attention.

Maddie: I thought you want to talk.

Casey: I do, seriously.

Maddie: Okay, then, I repeat -- why are we playing a board game?

Casey: Because I'm a guy.

Maddie: Oh --

Casey: And guys always do something else when they're talking about something serious. Like tune the car, watch a game.

Maddie: Really?

Casey: Yeah, me and my dad waterproofed the basement when he told me about sex.

Maddie: Are you kidding me?

Casey: Yeah, here, go. The awkward pauses weren't as awkward when he didn't have to look me in the eye when he got to the real nuts and bolts. Importantly, later, we acted like the conversation never took place. We went upstairs, congratulated each other on a good job that we'd done, and we've always been proud of how dry our basement is.

Maddie: That makes me think that you don't want to have a serious talk, that you're embarrassed or something.

Casey: Of course I am. Roll again. Anyway, earlier, when you said that you thought that you'd be scared forever, I really do know exactly what that feels like. Like, when I found out that Gwen was pregnant, and that I was the father --

Maddie: We don't have to talk about this.

Casey: What I'm trying to say is, I acted really terrible, and I did everything I could to cover it up because I was afraid of what was going to happen. And now, I mean, looking back, I would have definitely done things differently. But it was in the past, and I mean, now my life's good. And I know that good things can happen.

Maddie: You lose another one.

Casey: Whatever. The point is, that after something awful like that happens, this other awful thing happens where you feel like, how you feel right then, that's how you're always going to feel.

Maddie: Forever.

Casey: And I know that what happened to me was my fault, and that you didn't do anything wrong, but -- I mean, think I really do get how bad that feels.

Maddie: Yeah.

Casey: And I didn't figure all of that out on my own. My mom told me about it. She'd probably talk to you, too, if you wanted. She does a lot better job explaining it.

Maddie: You do a pretty good job. It's still your turn. Casey?

Casey: Yeah?

Maddie: We can pretend that we didn't have this conversation, but I'll never forget it.

Casey: I just conquered your land. I am so going to cream you Ė

Paul: Are you all right?

Dusty: Yeah, I'm fine.

Paul: You hit your head?

Dusty: I'm fine! My head's hard enough to take it.

Paul: All right, look, when we get to the stop light, you're going to take a left.

Dusty: No, he's not.

Paul: Dusty, don't even start, okay?

Dusty: Hey, just go straight, all right?

Paul: Look, I know you're Mr. Big Shot Business guy now, or at least you think you are, but Emily's got my kid. She's threatening to leave the country and I gotta get to her because I gotta give her a court order.

Dusty: We're going to the hospital. Johnny's sick.

Paul: What? Johnny's, what, like, bad sick?

Dusty: Yeah, bad.

Paul: Well, why didn't you tell me when we were arguing over the cab?

Dusty: 'Cause I don't like talking about, especially to you!

Paul: I'm sorry. All right, you know what? We'll go the hospital first, all right? You said it's urgent.

Driver: Son of a -- [Tires squeal] It doesn't look like we're going anywhere after all.

Meg: Emily, you're doing really good. It has been 20 minutes that you've gone over without a contraction.

Emily: That's great. Maybe that was it. Maybe that was the last of it. And everything's okay, right? What? What?

Meg: Emily, your water broke. The baby is coming.

Emily: Oh, God, no!

Meg: But, listen to me, listen to me. We can keep the contractions from coming too quickly, okay? And that way you have a really good chance --

Emily: This is not fair!

Meg: You have a good chance to making it to the hospital --

Emily: Oh, God! This is not happening! Will you stop it! You are just trying to keep me from panicking.

Meg: Okay, look. I've seen what you've been through with this pregnancy, how you fought. Pretty impressive. You're not going to give up now, right?

Emily: Right. Gosh, it is freezing.

Meg: It is freezing. Here.

Emily: No, no, Meg, come on. Cut it out. Meg, you're gonna freeze.

Meg: No, if I get cold, I will do jumping jacks. You canít.

[Cows mooing]

Emily: Thank you.

Meg: All right.

Emily: The cows are mooing. Oh, for God's sake, I feel like I'm in the middle of a Christmas pageant. What?

Meg: That sound? Something is wrong.

Emily: Whoa, whoa, whoa, I smell something burning. Meg?

Meg: Okay, I'm gonna go check, okay?

[A electric line breaks and land on a bundle of hay outside by the barn doors and it flames into a fire]

Casey: You know what you are?

Maddie: Let me think -- oh, the winner?

Casey: No, you are a sneak. Actually, you're worse than that. You are, like, real sneaky. You put on this little front, where you act like you're all cute and innocent, and it's just a disguise for a mean, mean person.

Maddie: Okay, it is not my fault that you're just -- really bad at this game.

Casey: Oh, that's really nice. Really nice.

Maddie: All right, what are we going to do now?

Casey: Well, we're not playing any more games, I can tell you that right now.

Maddie: Ooh, we can read "cloud atlas."

Casey: Oh, shucks, gosh darn it, the lights are out.

Maddie: Ah -- so, why'd you come back anyway? I thought you loved the dorms.

Casey: The ice cream. Yeah, I knew that there was a blackout, and it's your civic duty to make sure that none of it gets wasted. So, I'm going to be right back. If you hear something that sounds like me falling down the stairs, it's probably me falling down the stairs.

Maddie: Hey, Case? It looks like the ice cream doesn't need rescuing anymore.

Casey: Well, it does, if it's Rum Raisin. Look what I found. Rum Raisin.

Maddie: I sleep with the lights on.

Casey: Really?

Maddie: You knew that, though. You walk by my room. And tonight, when you heard that there were blackouts, you came back to check and see if I was freaking out, which I was.

Casey: Maddie, with good reason. There are a lot of people that are afraid of the dark that haven't been through half of what you've been through.

Maddie: When the lights went out, the first thing that I thought of was, it would be okay if Casey were here. And then, there you were, with your jokes, and knowing the right thing to say.

Casey: Well, I am perfect.

Maddie: Seriously, you make me feel like I'm not a victim. I just -- I don't want it to be like you're taking care of me, more like --

Casey: We'll get there. And I'll continue to be perfect.

Maddie: You know what I want? Let's turn out the lights. Even the candles.

Casey: Okay.

Maddie: Okay. It's nice to feel safe, even in the dark.

Casey: Safe?

Maddie: Mm-hmm.

Maddie: How do you waterproof a basement?

Bob: As you can see, the lights are coming back on, the generators have kicked in. Now, listen, I want everyone who is not working or waiting for treatment to leave this area and go to the cafeteria. We need this space. Now, everybody stay calm. We expect more patients to be coming in. Thank you very much.

Holden: Bob, Lily, she's hooked up to so many things. I'm worried about the loss of power --

Bob: Now, don't worry. There's no problem, because the alarms would have gone off. [Pager beeping] I gotta go, Holden. Why don't you go to the cafeteria? And don't worry.

Holden: Yeah, like I'm not going to worry. Okay, guys, here's what we're going to do. We are going to have sleepover in the cafeteria. Okay? So why don't you all head down there and I'll catch up with everybody in a bit, okay?

Lucinda: This way, come on, kids. This way.

Luke: I want to go with you --

Holden: No, no, no, it's okay. It's all right.

Luke: Dad, I want to go with you.

Lucinda: He's your son, he's going to go with you. Come on, come on, follow me. Here I go. I'm going to tell you a story about a big elephant with a -- down in the cafeteria, we are going to have fun.

Holden: You wouldn't know it, but she's scared to death about Lily.

Nurse: I don't think you understand how serious this is.

Jade: Didn't you just hear, he said that people need to clear out and go to the cafeteria.

Nurse: Would you listen to me? We took x-rays of you before.

Jade: I know.

Nurse: Didn't you see the sign? Did you read the release you signed? If you even think you might be pregnant, you tell us and we can take steps to protect the baby.

Jade: They could hurt the baby?

Nurse: Have I finally gotten through to you? Yes, it can hurt the baby. I'm going to call the ob resident, she can tell us what's the next step.

Jade: Well, it's just so busy right now. I can come back tomorrow.

Nurse: No. You're staying right here, we're doing this tonight.

Driver: We stay here. You see that? That's a live wire across the road there.

Dusty: You gotta be kidding me?

Driver: No, no, this is as far as we go. There's no way around it.

Dusty: Well, I've got to get to my son. Here's my card, call me and I'll pay you.

Paul: Don't worry about it. I'll take care of it.

Dusty: Oh, really? Don't forget to get his watch.

Paul: Okay, I hope everything's okay. Dusty, be careful, all right?

Driver: Hey, you got cell service?

Paul: Yeah.

Driver: Well, whoever you're talking to, tell them about this dangerous wire on the road here.

Paul: It's just a message.

Meg: Paul? Paul, when you get this message, you need to call me ASAP. I had to lock Emily in the barn. She was threatening to run away.

Emily: Open the door!

Meg: And I don't know if you heard --

Driver: Hey! My money!

Meg: The barn's on fire. We have to get out and get you to the house --

Emily: No, the last time I moved, the contractions started, Meg!

Meg: Damn it! There's nothing here I can move you -- okay, come on, all right. You're going to try. You have to lean on me.

Emily: All right, all right, all right. Hold on. Okay.

Meg: All right? Come on, we'll be fine. Everything will be fine, okay?

Will: You hungry?

Gwen: No. You?

Will: No.

Gwen: That's a first.

Will: You're not saying much. You want me to go? You want me to shut up, right?

Gwen: It's weird. This is when we used to make plans -- afterwards.

Will: Yeah.

Gwen: This is when we'd talk about all the things that we were gonna do.

Will: Well, we could do that now.

Gwen: Yeah, but before, when we'd talk about all the years that were ahead of us, I really did think that we had forever.

Will: We still could.

Gwen: I even believed the things that probably weren't going to come true.

Will: Like what?

Gwen: Like awards and platinum records.

Will: I'm still sure of all that. But maybe we just shouldn't make such big plans, you know, so far off. But what about, like, suppose tomorrow we wake up in the morning and I'm still here and you're not sick of me yet, then what would we do then? What would you plan then?

Gwen: I don't know.

Will: We'll head down, put the coffee on, go for a walk, take some pictures of the trees with all the ice on them.

Gwen: I'd just fall on my butt.

Will: No. I wouldn't let that happen.

Gwen: You're right, I'd pull you down with me.

Will: Well, that would be my pleasure. Gwen, can't you see that us, here tonight, this -- this is real?

Gwen: But if it's real, then it can end.

Will: No. We won't let it.

Nurse: That's right. Oh, I'm not sure how far along, the patient isn't exactly forthcoming. All right, I'll send her down and maybe you can talk some sense into her. She's not lining up to be mother of the year.

[Jade takes off]

Lucy: Which way, Johnny? I'm all turned around. Dear God -- a little help, please? Just a little.

Emily: No, we have to find another way out! Meg!

Meg: There isn't one. Come on. Paul!

Announcer: On the next "As the World Turns" --

Holden: No one seems to know where she is.

Luke: Dad --

Simon: Now, things could be a hell of a lot worse.

Katie: He's got to be around here somewhere. Mike!

Dusty: Hold on to my arm. We're going to the hospital. We're gonna make it, don't argue with me! Just keep moving!

Meg: Paul, hurry!

Paul: I'm coming in! 

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