ATWT Transcript Thursday 10/5/06 [an error occurred while processing this directive]

As The World Turns Transcript Thursday 10/5/06

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[Missing about 15 minutes of this transcript due to national breaking news.]

Luke: It doesn't matter if you don't remember. The doctors said that you shouldn't push yourself. It will come back when you're ready --

Lily: No, no, no. Look, I need to do this, okay? You and I were on the stairs. We were on the stairs at home. You were angry with me. Why were you so angry with me?

Luke: I'm gonna go get Dad. [Lily gasps] Mom, what is it? What's wrong?

[Lily remembering]

Luke: Stay away!

[Lily screams] {Lily falls down the stairs at her house, when Luke jerks away from her]

Luke: Mom!

Lily: Oh, my God.

Luke: I didn't -- I did not mean for that -- it was the last thing in the world that I wanted to happen --

Lily: I was reaching out to you, and you -- you pushed me away. That's why I fell down the stairs. Why? Luke, why?

Barbara: There's my boy.

Dusty: What about this boy?

Barbara: Hello to you, too. Well, he looks pretty good, in spite of being kidnapped, huh? Hi, honey.

Dusty: Lucy did not kidnap Johnny.

Barbara: She took him without my permission.

Dusty: Johnny had a bad fever.

Barbara: Well, I know everything worked out okay. But you know what? It could have been pretty awful. It was a nasty night last night. What if she'd had a car accident, where Johnny would have been then?

Dusty: She did have a car accident.

Barbara: What? But you're okay?

Dusty: Johnny's fine. So is Lucy. Unfortunately, it's all because of her dad.

Barbara: I beg your pardon?

Dusty: You heard right. Craig Montgomery’s back in town.

Margo: Oh, Man, you haven't changed a bit.

Craig: I'll bet that's not a compliment.

Margo: The only reason you came back here is because you want Johnny.

Craig: Much as I might want that, it would be very disruptive. He's happy and healthy. And obviously, he's bonded with Dusty.

Margo: And that just burns you, doesn't it?

Craig: I'm just glad he's being well taken care of.

Margo: Could you be glad from a distance?

Craig: I was just making sure that my son was all right.

Margo: He is not your son! He's another man's son. And you took him out of his room without even notifying Dusty.

Craig: Do you think Dusty would have given me two seconds with my boy?

Margo: Oh, probably not, after what you did.

Craig: You know, Margo, you're my sister. Could you at least pretend to care more about me than Dusty Donovan?

Margo: Oh, I care about you --

Craig: That boy is my flesh and blood! I haven't seen him or held him since he was born --

Margo: Everybody knows what you did. You switched babies. You broke the law. I mean, there's an injunction against you. You're not supposed to be within 30 feet of Johnny.

Craig: Well, then it's a good thing that I took the opportunity when I did. I'll probably not get another one.

Margo: Stay away from that baby.

Craig: Could you? If it was your son, Margo, if you weren't allowed to see or talk to Casey for over a year, and you had maybe even a chance for two seconds to spend with him -- tell me you'd stay away.

Maddie: Thanks for walking me over here.

Casey: Yeah, I think the psychology department is down that hall.

Maddie: Casey?

Casey: Yeah?

Maddie: I think I can manage the rest on my own.

Casey: Oh, no, I just thought you'd be nervous.

Maddie: I am.

Casey: Well, I have nothing to do until Gwen gives me my keys back, so I could hang out and wait.

Maddie: You don't have to do that. It's fine.

Casey: I want to.

Maddie: I know -- I just -- I don't really know how I'm going to feel after my first therapy session. And after talking about Louis and what he did and everything --

Casey: Right, right.

Maddie: I'm probably going want to be alone. I'm not pushing you away. It's --

Casey: No, I know. I get it. Yeah, no. It's cool.

Maddie: Okay.

Casey: Good luck.

Maddie: Thank you.

Casey: Whoa, Lucy, what's going on?

[Lucy laughs]

Lucy: Oh -- you know, I've just been busy. What brings you here, Casey?

Casey: Well, I was just --

Orderly: Dr. Montgomery? Should I bring your father's lunch to the sunroom?

Lucy: Oh, I didn't know he was still in there. I'll check on him. Thanks.

Casey: Wait a minute. Uncle Craig's back?

Lucy: Yeah.

Casey: He got out of jail? Since when?

Margo: What you did --

Craig: Was wrong. I was wrong. I didn't want to lose my son.

Margo: How'd that work out for you then? Because you did lose your son. Another man is raising him. You went to prison. What did it get you?

Craig: It taught me. That I don't want to lose you, too. I need you. And Katie and Lucy, now more than ever. So, can you forget what I've done long enough to --?

[Door opening]

Casey: Maybe my mom can forget what you've done, but I never will.

Jade: You stayed here last night? I thought you and Casey would be cuddled up in the dorms.

Gwen: My car went into a ditch just down the road, and Will spotted me and he tried to get the engine started, but he couldn’t. So, I stayed here.

Jade: Oh. I guess that's better than sitting out in the cold and freezing to death. Even if you two are having problems.

Gwen: Yep.

Will: But it turned out to be a lucky break. Because last night gave Gwen and me a chance to finally talk and make some decisions. Good decisions.

Gwen: It's true. We had a chance to figure some things out last night. And one of those things is that we don't have to be at each other's throats all the time. Which is good for everybody. Right, Will?

Will: Well, there's a little more to it than that.

Gwen: How are the roads?

Jade: It's getting warmer. The ice is melting.

Gwen: Great. I have to get Casey’s car to him. Where's my purse?

Jade: I was so worried about our baby during the storm. The pile-up on the interstate was a nightmare, Will. You would not believe how many people had to go to the hospital. It took them forever to check me out. I was just trying not to panic the whole time. Oh --

Will: What?

Jade: My prenatal vitamins. I forgot to take them. I think I left them in the bedroom. Would you get them for me?

Will: Yeah, sure.

Jade: I am so paranoid about taking those vitamins and eating right. The doctors keep saying that the first trimester is so important.

Gwen: Yeah.

Jade: You know, but there are some women who think they don't need to take care of themselves, but then it's the baby who suffers. Gwen, I'm sorry. That just came out.

Gwen: You used to be a lot more subtle. Maybe that's why I never saw it.

Jade: What?

Gwen: How much you wanted my husband.

Jade: I want my baby to be healthy. I'm sure you can understand that, Gwen.

Gwen: Of course.

Will: Gwen? This was under the bed.

Gwen: Thank you. Good-bye.

Jade: Thanks. So, you gave Gwen the bed? I guess you must have sacked out on the couch, huh?

Will: Jade --

Jade: You know, the woman -- this woman in the hospital, she said the funniest thing to me. She took one look at me and she said, "You must be having a boy." Isn't that amazing? Wouldn't it be amazing if I did? What do you want? Do you want a boy or a girl?

Will: I'll be right back.

Will: You're not gone.

Gwen: No, I will be. I have to call Casey about the car.

Will: Jade got to you?

Gwen: She always does. You should go back inside.

Will: Don't leave.

Gwen: You want me to go back in, have lunch with you and Jade?

Will: No, I want you to move back in.

Gwen: I can’t.

Will: But last night --

Gwen: Last night was a dream, Will. And then Jade walked in, and guess what? I woke up.

Will: I don't believe you. I don't believe you can just put it away like that.

Gwen: Put what away?

Will: This.

Casey: You can't be buying this, Mom.

Margo: Casey --

Casey: No, you can't just act like nothing's happening, after he did, Mom. You can't!

Craig: Casey, if you want to talk about this --

Casey: Oh, now you want to talk? Now? What about back when you switched Gwen's baby? Why didn't you say something then? Or why didn't you tell her, Gwen, that her baby was dead?

Margo: Come on, Casey, keep it down. It's a hospital.

Casey: I don't care! This guy's a criminal! And they just let him out like -- like what he did doesn't even matter.

Craig: I know I was wrong.

Casey: You don't know a damn thing!

Margo: Casey, please.

Casey: No, Mom. You were there, he wasn’t. You saw how much it hurt Gwen to give Johnny back. And she never even got to hold her baby! She's still not over it, Mom. She never will be. And neither will I.

Craig: I'm sorry that Gwen had to go through that. I'd apologize to her --

Casey: No, just stay away from her.

Craig: Casey, if you'd just let me explain this --

Casey: Save your explanation. I don't have to listen to you anymore. The day you switched those babies was the day that you stopped being my uncle. You mean nothing to me now. Less than that.

Craig: Margo? I am sorry for what happened to Gwen.

Margo: You say that like it was an accident. You did it to her, Craig. You hurt people. You destroyed people. And that doesn't go away just because you want things to be better.

Craig: What's the alternative? You write me off?

Margo: I want to. I want to. But I won’t.

Craig: Thanks.

Margo: Don't thank me. Listen to me. The hurt that you caused can't be wiped away, no matter what the court says. So, if you want my forgiveness, you don't make the same mistake twice. You stay away from Johnny.

Lucy: What are you trying to do?

Craig: I'm leaving here.

Lucy: You can barely walk.

Craig: Well, then, I'll crawl. And I'm not going to sit here and wait for everybody in town to come by and take a pot shot.

Lucy: You're wrong, Daddy. That's exactly what you're going to do.

Barbara: So, you're telling me that Craig was holding Johnny, and Lucy was just standing there?

Dusty: Well, what was she going to do? Freak Johnny out?

Barbara: She could have called the police and have Craig arrested.

Dusty: It's all right. He's all right. I mean, Craig is never going near my son again.

Barbara: Really? What are you going to do, Dusty?

Dusty: I got Johnny a bodyguard.

Barbara: Oh, please. That's just a stopgap. If you really want to get rid of Craig, you have to get rid of Lucy first.

Lily: Why don't you want me to remember? Oh, there's a library. Why was I at the library? And I needed to get home. Damian. I was arguing with Damian. Was I arguing with Damian about you? Luke? There was a man? There was a man -- there was a man. There was a man that wanted to take you somewhere. What was his name? Ross something. What was it? What was it? Tell me.

Luke: Kreeger.

Lily: Right. Ross Kreeger. That's the guy's name. He wanted to take you to some camp. That's why damian and I were arguing. I thought it was good. I thought it would be a good idea for you to get away. I thought it would be good for you. You were so unhappy. I was so worried about you.

Luke: Because I'm gay. Ross Kreeger was going to take me to some camp and try and fix me.

Lily: I didn't know that. I didn't know what that camp was all about. I wanted to stop him.

Luke: I wish I knew that.

Lily: That's why I came home. To ask you to forgive me. To stop that man from taking you.

Luke: And I thought it was your idea. I didn't -- I didn't know that Damian was behind it all.

Lily: I tried to tell you, but you didn't believe me.

Luke: I should have.

Lily: No, I know why you didn’t. Things that I said to you. The way I treated you. You thought I wanted you gone. You thought I wanted you changed. That's the way I acted. Like there was something wrong with you.

Luke: Mom, its okay. It's over.

Lily: No, it's not okay. You're gay. We still have to deal with that.

Barbara: She defended him, didn't she? She defended her father. What did you expect, Dusty?

Dusty: I expect Craig to manipulate people like he always does. And I expect him to come after my boy again.

Barbara: And you're going to stop him with a bodyguard?

Dusty: You got a better idea?

Barbara: Short of murder, no.

Dusty: Well, Johnny still needs you around. So --

Barbara: And I need him. So, this security guard is going to stay with Johnny and me while you go to New York? Is that it?

Dusty: I'm not going. I cancelled the trip.

Barbara: I thought Yamamoto was an important client.

Dusty: Johnny comes first.

Barbara: You're scared, aren't you?

Dusty: I'm not scared. I'm cautious. Very cautious these days.

Barbara: Stay that way. I will see you guys later, okay?

Dusty: You're not sticking around for lunch?

Barbara: Oh, I have a very important appointment I need to keep, so I'll call you later, okay? Bye, big boy. Love you.

Craig: You think I deserve to have every mistake I had ever made my life thrown right in my face?

Lucy: That's not what Casey and Margo were doing.

Craig: What do you call it?

Lucy: Telling the truth.

Craig: And if I've changed?

Lucy: You have to prove it.

Craig: Will you give me that chance?

Lucy: Daddy, Daddy, you can't leave the hospital.

Craig: Watch me.

Lucy: All right. All right.

Craig: Ow! I could use a little help.

Lucy: You're not going to get any from me. If you walk out of here, they'll be bringing you back on a stretcher or in a hearse.

Craig: Oh, don't be so melodramatic, Lucy --

Lucy: Don't be stupid, Dad --

Craig: Look, I am well enough to leave. I won't hold you responsible. Just give me the papers, the release forms, and whatever I need to sign, and I'll be out of here --

Lucy: No! I'm not taking that chance again.

Craig: Again?

Lucy: You're not leaving until you're ready.

Craig: Lucy, you don't know what it's like -- to be confined in a space where someone is monitoring your every breath. It's like being trapped behind bars again. I can't take it. I got to go. And you're not going to stop me! Ahh!

Lucy: Daddy! Are you -- oh, what did I tell you? Gosh.

Craig: And that was such a great exit speech.

Lucy: You can make it again in a couple of days.

Craig: Watch out. You almost sound like you actually care.

Lucy: You're my patient.

Craig: Is that all?

Lucy: You're my father. Of course I care. Now let's get you back in that wheelchair.

Luke: I didn't want you to remember.

Lily: The fall? Luke, that was an accident.

Luke: I didn't want you to remember that I was gay. I just -- I wanted things to be like the way they were before.

Lily: Things will never be like they were before.

Luke: Why not?

Lily: Because you and me. We're different. You, coming to grips with a whole new identity in your life. This is not something that is going to change about you. It's who you are.

Luke: You hate it.

Lily: I love it. I love you. I love you. I love everything about you.

Luke: Just like that?

Lily: I'm always going to worry about you. Because I'm your mom. But I accept you for who you are. I love who you are.

[Lily sees a vision of Rose]

Rose: So far, so good, Lily. But you're not finished yet.

Gwen: So I like it when you kiss me. I liked it when we made love, but it doesn't mean that it's enough, Will.

Will: It proves we have a chance.

Gwen: No, what it proves is that Jade is pregnant with your child. And her constantly reminding me that she's giving you the one thing that I can’t.

Will: Well, I'll make sure that she's not hanging around anymore. She never tried to break us up. She knows I love you and that's not going to change.

Gwen: Really? She knows that? How?

Will: I told her.

Gwen: Just now?

Will: Before the storm, when I said she could stay here for a couple of days. I told her there wasn't going to be anything between us because I love you. I told her that. And if you don't believe me, you can ask her.

Gwen: I believe you. Your hands are cold.

Will: Look, I'm going to get rid of Jade. I'll tell her what went on between us last night. And then, she'll leave.

Gwen: You're going to tell her that we slept together?

Will: No, I'm going to tell her that I dragged my wife home to make a phone call, and then I asked her to come home and stay. Stay, Gwen.

Gwen: If Jade's here --

Will: She won't be. I'll find her a place somewhere. And we'll have this.

Gwen: I don't know --

Will: We can do this. We have been so much together. I was there when you found out that Billy wasn't yours and you had to give him up. We made it through that. We can make it through this.

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

Lily: There's someone else I need to make things right with.

Holden: Who?

Lily: Rose's daughter.

Will: I love you.

Gwen: I love you, too.

Craig: I love you, Luc --

Dallas: I mean, with most pregnant woman, if they're in an accident, they immediately worry about the baby. But with Jade, it's like she didn't even want anybody to know about it.

Gwen: And what if she refuses to go?

Will: Was she watching us just now?

Gwen: Yes, Will. No matter how much I want to be with you, I can't --

Will: Wait. You want to be with me?

Gwen: I have to go.

Will: You want to be with me?

Gwen: I'm not saying it again.

Will: Then I'll say it. I love you. You're thinking it. You might as well say it.

Gwen: I love you, too.

Will: Drive safe now.

Gwen: Will, it still might not be enough.

Will: It's more than either of us ever had before.

Jade: Do you want some lunch? I'm starving. It's so good to be home.

Will: Jade, this isn't your home. And I'm sorry, but you can't stay here. You've got to move out right away.

Maddie: Dallas? Hi.

Dallas: Maddie -- I was just leaving. So --

Maddie: Actually, would you mind sitting with me for a minute?

Dallas: Sure.

[Missing transcript here]

Maddie: But I just can't help thinking, what if she never -- come here? She hurt so many people and destroyed so many lives --

Jade: Why are you always badmouthing me?

Maddie: What are you talking about?

Jade: Don't listen to a world she says. She is always lying about me.

Maddie: Okay, Jade, I know that you think you're the center of the universe, but you're not. And I wasn't talking about you. So --

Jade: Yeah, right.

Dallas: She wasn't, Jade. You and Jade really don't get along, huh?

Maddie: Yeah, well, I had her pegged from day one. If more people listened to me, maybe she wouldn't have ended up pregnant with Will's kid.

Dallas: You know about that?

Maddie: Sure. It's not like it's some big secret or anything.

Dallas: Well, that's not the way she made it seem last night at the hospital.

Maddie: What do you mean?

Dallas: She went out of her way not to mention it. I mean, with most pregnant women, if they're in an accident, they immediately worry about the baby. But with Jade, it's like she didn't want anybody to know about it.

Holden: So, you've been talking to Rose?

Lily: You know I have.

Holden: But you do understand that she's dead?

Lily: Not to me. Holden, I can't really explain it, but on some level, I still feel what Rose feels.

Holden: So, you see her? Hear her?

Lily: Psychics see dead people all the time. Why is it so strange that I see Rose?

Holden: Lily, after Rose died --

Lily: This is different. I am not crazy with grief.

Holden: Then, what is it?

Lily: When I was in the coma, you saw me, didn't you? In the chapel?

Holden: Who told you about that?

Lily: I heard you. I heard you talking to my mother about it. And there's no way -- there's no way possible that I could have been there. But I was. You saw me. How do you explain that?

Holden: Wishful thinking?

Lily: But that was right. That was right for you to believe in that. Because I am here. I'm here. I'm alive and I'm well. And I got to make the most of this. Now, Theresa is Rose's daughter. If one of our children was lost, you don't think Rose would do everything she could to find them?

Holden: You're right. She would have.

Lily: Yeah, I got to do this. I got to do this for Rose. If she wants nothing to do with her family, that's fine. But I need to find her. I need to find her, I need to talk to her, and need to tell her about Rose. Come on.

Holden: Okay. All right, we'll find her. Together.

Maddie: Why do you think Jade's keeping the pregnancy a secret?

Dallas: I don't know. But it's none of my business, so --

Maddie: What did she say about the baby exactly?

Dallas: I don't remember. You know, I should really get going. So --

Maddie: Thanks again, Dallas.

Dallas: Take care of yourself, all right?

Maddie: I will. What are you up to now, Jade?

Will: Hi, my name is Will Munson. I registered with your agency a few weeks ago, looking for an apartment. Yeah, actually, I already found a place for my wife and me. But my friend needs a place. No, it doesn't have to be nearby. Actually, the farther away, the better. Really? You have something? Yeah, that sounds -- that sounds great. And I'm sure she can move in right away.

Gwen: You know, Maddie is very, very lucky to have you. You should go find her right now and tell her so.

Casey: I don't think so.

Gwen: Look, come on, life's very, very short.

Casey: I know, but it's not like she doesn't want to be with me, I know she wants to be with me. But she's bruised from all that stuff that she went through, you know? So, I can try to rush her and lose her. Or I can sit back and wait and let it build into something that will last.

Gwen: You sounded very adult just now.

Casey: Damn! I need some kind of medication for being an adult. I need to be a kid again.

Gwen: They don't have any of that, but I could take you to Java. I could get you a mocha coffee, a lot of whipped cream.

Casey: That would be nice, but Maddie’s going there after her session, so I probably shouldn’t.

Gwen: Okay, I got it.

[Cell phone rings]

Casey: Hey, I'd better go.

Gwen: Okay.

Casey: All right, see ya.

Gwen: Bye. Go ahead. Hello.

Maddie: Hey Gwen, it's me.

Gwen: I know who it is. I was just talking to Casey about you.

Maddie: Oh. Is he with you now?

Gwen: Nope. Not anymore.

Maddie: Okay, I need you to come down to Java, like, right now.

Gwen: What's going on?

Maddie: I found something out about Jade.

Gwen: You know what? Honestly, whatever it is, I really don't want to talk about it. I don't even want to hear her name right now.

Maddie: Yeah, I know, but the girl's totally freaking out. Something weird's going on with her. And we need to find out what it is -- now.

Craig: Don't lecture me about death, Barbara. I know what it's like to lose a child too soon. You remember Bryant? My son was dead, and you seized that moment to tell me what a rotten father I was.

Barbara: And you never told me what a lousy mother I am? I know how many times I failed my daughter, but I will not fail her now.

Craig: What? Are you threatening me?

Barbara: I heard what you said to Lucy. Have you changed? Really, Craig?

Craig: What do you want, Barbara?

Barbara: You nearly succeeded in destroying me. You broke my family apart. You tore my children apart. You stole millions and my happiness from me. I lost years with my children because of you --

Craig: Look, I'd apologize, but would you believe it?

Barbara: Well, one thing will make me believe it. The only thing I have left of Jennifer's is Johnny. Don't take him away from me.

Craig: Why would I hurt my son? By taking him away from the only family he's ever known? You're getting yourself all worked up for nothing.

Barbara: Am I? I hope so.

Orderly: Ready to get some rest, Mr. Montgomery?

Craig: Yes, I am. And obviously I can't get it here, so I'm leaving the hospital immediately.

Chaz: Whoa, whoa, not so fast. Not so fast.

Lucy: Hey, get your hands off me! What do you think you're doing?

Chaz: What do you say, Boss? This one stay, or I toss her out?

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Henry: So, if you need to blame me, blame me. I will be your fall guy.

Craig: Excuse me. [Craig screams] You can't keep me from my son!

Gwen: Maddie, I really don't want to hear this.

Maddie: You don't want to hear that Jade's faking this pregnancy just to keep her hooks in Will?

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