As The World Turns Transcript Friday 1/5/07
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Gwen: What do you think?
Adam: It's better. I'm going to play it back. I want you to listen to it again.
Gwen: All right.
Adam: Especially the phrasing in the last few bars.
Adam: This is what I'm talking about. Coming up right here.
Gwen: Hey. This is a nice surprise. I thought you had an appointment with your career advisor.
Will: Yeah, I got done early.
Gwen: So what's it going to be? Park ranger or nuclear physicist?
Will: You'll be the first to know. Listen, I need to talk to my brother. In private.
Paul: Meg, it's me. I really need to see you, so -- if you're on duty, can you come see me?
Paul: Even if you're not, come see me.
Susan: How are you feeling?
Paul: I feel like I got hit by a truck.
Susan: But better than yesterday?
Paul: Yeah, a little.
Susan: Good. Can you wiggle your toes for me?
Paul: Yeah, I can wiggle my toes, but it hurts.
Susan: Is the discomfort mainly in the extremities or are you having headaches?
Paul: It's not discomfort, its pain, and it's pretty much everywhere.
Susan: I can up the analgesics.
Paul: No. If it gets to be too much, I'll just start screaming.
Susan: The reason I'm asking about headaches is I'm trying to understand something that happened yesterday. Do you recall becoming agitated when I gave you some pills?
Paul: They were the wrong pills.
Susan: You were very adamant about that. You kept trying to warn me that they were the wrong color --
Meg: Hey, I got your message. I guess if he was able to dial the right number, he must be doing better.
Susan: Physically, he's coming along well.
Paul: Susan, you think I could talk to you some other time?
Susan: Oh, well, make it short.
Meg: I understand.
Susan: I'll be back later.
Paul: I'm really glad you're here. I was afraid you weren't going to come.
Meg: I had to. There's something I need to tell you.
Paul: I love you.
Meg: Paul, let me finish.
Paul: No, you let me finish. You're the reason I'm here. You're the reason that I'm going to make it. And I am going to make sure that I do everything I can to never lose you, again.
Katie: How could you do this to me? You know better than anyone how badly I need for Simon to be caught.
Henry: Katie, slow down. Slow down.
Katie: You know where he is! And not only did you not tell me, but you're helping him escape?
Henry: Whoa! Whoa, where did you get that from?
Katie: I connected the lies.
Henry: What lies?
Katie: You were supposed to be working this morning, remember? You were supposed to be dusting off your uniform, remember? Well, where the hell is it? Why aren't you wearing it?
Henry: I got some kind of grease stain on the Jacket. I don't know what it was. Mayonnaise or something like that. And I couldn't go to work that way, and so I just wore my street clothes.
Henry: You know what? The passenger actually liked it. I think some people are into the sort of casual wear.
Katie: Henry, you forget that I know you. When I went up to your suite, you were acting like a nut job. I knew something was wrong. And then when I see you with Carly -- what was she doing, meeting you here?
Henry: I -- I found a vase that she'd been looking for.
Katie: Excuse me?
Henry: A vase. A vase. Something for the model apartment that she and Simon had been working on in that building.
Katie: Oh, right. Makes perfect sense that with her lover on the run and this cop sniffing around, she would be suddenly concerned about some stupid vase.
Henry: Maybe it was a chance for her to get away from her problems for a few minutes, did ever think about that?
Katie: Mm. What was the brochure about?
Henry: The brochure?
Katie: The one you so accidentally dropped so she could pick it up. What did you put in it, Henry? Was it your room key? Is that where you're hiding Simon?
Henry: You need to go home and you need to get some sleep.
Katie: How could you do it? How could my best friend, the one person that I trust more than anyone in this world, how could you help the man that nearly ruined my life?
Carly: Whatever you have to say, maybe it should wait till later, and not over the phone.
Simon: No, if I wait, I'll lose my nerve and I can't afford that. Not this time.
Carly: Okay. All right, then go ahead and say what you want to say. And if you lost your place, you were telling me that you love me.
Simon: I do.
Carly: I love you, too. And so now that you've got that straight, are you going to tell me where you are?
Simon: No. No, now I'm going to say good-bye.
Carly: Simon, Simon, don't hang up! If you love me, you can't say good-bye.
Simon: Carly, that's why I have to. Sweetheart, I've got to get out of town before I drag you deeper into this mess.
Carly: Where will you go?
Simon: I'm not telling you. Look, if the cops come after you and you say you don't know, then they're going to have to believe you, because you're telling the truth.
Carly: I don't care about the police. I care about you. I want to be sure that you're safe.
Simon: I'll be fine. Man, I've been on the run half my adult life.
Carly: That's not good enough. I need to know where you'll be.
Simon: Back home.
Carly: You going to swim? Because I'm sure you couldn't have grabbed enough cash when you left your suite. And can't use your credit-card. I'm sure Jack has tagged yours and mine both.
Simon: Can you not worry about me, please? I'll land on my feet. I always do.
Carly: Wait. Simon, you gave me that box, remember? I have your box. It has the cash from the sale of the jewels in it.
Simon: And a couple of passports could be useful.
Carly: Tell me where you are.
Simon: No! No. Carly, please, come on. Don't ask me to do that. I can't make you take that risk.
Carly: Tell me where you are, Simon, and I'll meet you there. It may take me a little while to get rid of this surveillance, but I'll show up eventually.
Simon: Dammit, Carly, no. Please. Look, I'm sorry, and we can't put this off any longer. It's time to say good-bye.
Carly: Please, just one more minute.
Simon: It's not forever.
Carly: Promise me that's true.
Simon: We'll make it true. I don't know when I'm going to see you again, but I promise you, I will see you again. Okay? In the meantime, can you please promise me to stay out of trouble?
Carly: Okay. You take care of yourself.
Simon: I'll take care of myself for you. Deal?
Simon: You're an absolutely incredible person. I love you.
Carly: I love you too. [Dial tone] Simon? Si –
Henry: Katie, Katie, I was never helping Simon. That's all in your beautiful little head.
Katie: Then why are you doing that thing you do when you lie?
Henry: I am not lying! I'm just trying to get you to stop obsessing about Simon Frasier. It is destroying you. Would you please stop it?
Katie: You didn't feel that way when you helped me break into Carly’s to get the diamond.
Henry: I was dragged into there, okay? I still have the bruises from your nails.
Katie: Well, it didn't stop you from going along with it.
Henry: That was before I knew there was no hope of saving your marriage! Mike has gone to the lawyer. He is going through with the divorce. Putting Simon behind bars is not going to stop what is already in motion.
Katie: Even if that is true, which I don't believe it is, Simon needs to pay for his theft. He has a debt to society. If you help him, then you are letting society down big time.
Henry: Sorry, Sweetheart, this subject is closed.
Katie: I thought you loved me.
Henry: Oh, Honey, I do love you. I always have and I always will.
Katie: Hi, it's me. I need you to meet me at Java right away.
Bob: How's the patient doing?
Susan: Oh, most of him is on the road to recovery. But there are still some residual issues with the brain trauma.
Bob: What kinds of issues?
Susan: That's just it. I don't even know what to call it yet. So why don't I just keep my big mouth shut and just see what happens the next few days.
Bob: You, keeping your mouth shut? Susan?
Susan: Bob, do you think it's possible for someone who suffered a brain injury like Paul’s could come out of it with -- extra-sensory awareness?
Bob: Is this a joke?
Susan: No, I'm talking about ESP! I'm talking about an ability to see into the future.
Paul: Look, I know that I have made just about every mistake that a guy could possibly make. Some of them twice. But you heard my message and the fact that you're here -- I'm going to assume that you're going to give us a second chance.
Meg: Paul, the last thing I want is to give us a second chance. I came to tell you that Dusty is out of jail.
Paul: How'd that happen?
Meg: Craig dropped the charges against him.
Paul: Why did he do that?
Meg: I don't know. You have to ask him. But I mean Dusty is free to search for Lucy and Johnny. I thought you'd want to know that.
Paul: That's it? That's what you came here to talk to me about?
Meg: Well, and the fact that you don't have to worry about being implicated in the shooting anymore.
Paul: Oh. That makes you happy?
Meg: It's supposed to make you happy.
Paul: No, Meg, the only thing that's going to make me happy is if you come back to me.
Meg: This isn't about us, Paul. It's about you being free to recover in peace without anything hanging over your head. The nightmare is over.
Paul: I don't think so. Craig doesn't do anything without an ulterior motive.
Meg: Okay, you know what? I just thought you had the right to know.
Paul: No, Meg, Meg, Meg? Look, I know that you're mad at me, all right? And I know that it's not just from my part in the shooting of Craig. I know -- if it's true that that's over, can we at least put that behind us? Can we make a fresh start?
Meg: Absolutely. Just not with each other.
Adam: You don't look too happy, Will.
Will: I'm not.
Adam: Look, Gwen and I were just listening to a playback, okay? We were sharing headphones because I wanted to pinpoint some certain spot that I wanted her --
Will: I don't care what you guys were doing in here. It's about L.A. I just got the invoice from the photo shoot.
Adam: As far as I know, we didn't trash any hotel rooms, did we?
Will: No, I just -- I want to talk about some of the expenses and charges before I pay them.
Adam: Okay. Gwen, you don't want to listen to us tossing numbers around. Why don't you take a little break?
Gwen: Sure. I'll run to Java. You guys want anything?
Adam: You know me. I'm always good for a large dark roast.
Gwen: Four sugars?
Adam: You know me too well.
Gwen: You want anything?
Will: No, nothing for me.
Adam: So what's the big fiscal crisis? I wasn't caught padding my expense account, was I?
Will: Well, did you really have to buy lunch, plus champagne and wine for the entire photo crew?
Adam: Is that a problem?
Will: How much money do you think I have? I mean, this lunch ate up a good portion of our budget.
Adam: Look, its good business to give people a few perks. Especially out there, man. People will send people muffin baskets that cost more than that lunch.
Will: No. I don't think so. This is what you spent on the food. This is not including alcohol.
Adam: Okay, so next time I'll order the chicken diablo instead of the shrimp scampi.
Will: Yeah, or why not sandwiches? Seeing as how we paid these people to do their job already.
Adam: You know, I told you. Its L.A. people expect things. Comps, perks. You know what? They did a fantastic job.
Will: Well, I hope they did, because we ended up paying triple for the fantastic job they did.
Adam: Do you know how long a regular photo shoot normally lasts? Four days, a week. You know, in some place like Belize, Maui, you get airfare for 20-30 people, hotel rooms, per diem. This cost -- it was a day. We flew coach and we gave the crew cab fare. Big deal if I sprung for a hot lunch.
Will: I know, I'm just saying that --
Adam: No, what you're saying is that you're second guessing me, all right? I don't appreciate it.
Will: Well, I don't appreciate having to fork over cash for things that we didn't even talk about.
Adam: All right. You don't like the way I'm doing things, fire me. Don't come in here whining about money when you know this is all about Gwen.
Will: Look, I don't want to nickel and dime you guys. But when I signed up to pay for the demo and everything, I thought it was going to be about studio time and backup musicians and post-productions, stuff like that.
Adam: So if it were up to you, we'd just take a cute little snapshot of Gwen sitting at the kitchen table and slap it on the album cover?
Will: Adam, don't treat me like an idiot.
Adam: I'm just trying to point out to you that there are other expenses that go into producing an album, other than studio time.
Will: Yeah, well that's easy for you to say when I'm your personal cash machine. But I'm the guy writing the checks here.
Adam: You're the one with the trust fund.
Will: Which you obviously don't understand how that works.
Adam: Okay, enlighten me.
Will: Okay, well until I'm older, there's limits on what I have access to. Right now, I get a certain amount every year. And this lunch of yours ate up just about all of what we got for the year. So, I suggest you spend a little less time in the studio and you speed things up a little more.
Adam: What are you saying? We're broke?
Will: No, not exactly. But this is turning out to be a lot more expensive than I thought it would be.
Adam: That's because you have no idea how much it actually costs to produce an album. But that's beside the point, isn't it?
Will: What do you mean, that's beside the point?
Adam: You know, you don't want me to speed things up because you're worried about your money. You want me to get this over with so I stop spending time with Gwen.
Will: You know, would you shut up about that?
Adam: It's the truth! I kissed your wife and you can't get over it.
Henry: Please, God, make sure no one saw me.
Simon: It's a little late for prayers.
Henry: Huh? Don't knock it. I put forty dollars on Philly Filly and she won by three lengths. If that's not divine intervention, I don't know what is. Did something happen while I was gone?
Simon: Well, it's done. I said good-bye to Carly.
Henry: Gee, that's got to be rough.
Simon: What the hell are you doing?
Henry: Katie knows you're up here. She's probably on her way up here with Jack Snyder.
Simon: What did I do to Katie to make her go after me with such vengeance?
Henry: Oh, I don't know. Maybe that you had sex with her and that destroyed her marriage? Ruined her life? You know.
Simon: At least I didn't sell her up the river the way you did me.
Henry: Okay, I did a bad thing and I'm trying to make up for it. And make sure you don't get caught. Hop in.
Simon: No way!
Katie: I know when Henry’s lying and every word out of his mouth screamed lie.
Jack: You honestly think that he's committed to helping Simon escape?
Katie: I wouldn't be surprised if Simon was hiding up in his hotel room right now. And Carly's part of it somehow.
Jack: I just checked with the guy I posted to watch her. He said she's safe and sound at the house.
Katie: She was here earlier, meeting with Henry.
Jack: How long ago?
Katie: A couple hours. He said he was giving her information about a vase.
Jack: A what?
Katie: I know. It sounded stupid to me too. But that didn't stop him from trying to convince me that he was trying to help her decorate some model apartment or something. He was desperate to throw me off, but I had already seen too much.
Jack: What did you see, exactly?
Katie: He dropped a brochure for her to pick up. It had something in it. If it wasn't his hotel room key, it was message from Simon.
Jack: I don't get it. Henry's the one who got the jeweler to rat Simon out.
Katie: I know.
Jack: So if he was willing to put the final nail in Simon's coffin, why turn around so quickly and try to help him?
Katie: Yeah, it's one of his biggest weaknesses. Simon knows that and I'm sure he's working it to the max. He hooked Henry the way he probably hooked Carly.
Jack: No, Carly's not stupid.
Katie: Jack come on, she hasn't played it smart up until this point. Why would she come meet Henry? Look, if I'm wrong about this, I promise you I will never bother you again. But if I'm right about this and those two are helping Simon escape the police --
Jack: We're wasting time.
Carly: Henry, I need you to meet me at your room at the Lakeview. I have something for our friend, and I need your help. But it has to happen fast. I'll be there in 15 minutes. Okay, I hope you can be there too. It's cold out here, huh?
Undercover cop: No, Ma'am.
Carly: I just have to run a couple of errands, if you want to go inside and keep warm, that's fine by me.
Undercover cop: No, Ma'am. I'll follow you.
Carly: Okay, suit yourself. You know what? Why don't we save gas and go together?
Paul: So, you say you want me to recover, but then you make sure I have nothing to live for.
Meg: Don't play the guilt card.
Paul: I'm not. Meg, I'm just a guy who -- I don't know why -- I don't know the reasons to keep going. But this morning I thought I had it all figured out. I thought I survived the car crash because of you. It was because of you. It's another chance for me to get everything right with you.
Meg: You survived that car crash because you were incredibly lucky.
Paul: No. Take me back. How can you do that? How can you just give up on us like that? I couldn't do that.
Meg: Well, you have no choice.
Paul: No, you're different now. Something's different. Something happened to you. What happened?
Meg: I'm the same person I've always been. I'm just saying things you don't want to hear.
Paul: No. You're closed off, you're guarded. When I asked you why Craig dropped the charges you said, I should ask him myself.
Meg: I don't want to talk about Craig.
Paul: Did he get to you? He's gotten to you hasn't he?
Meg: Okay, you're being ridiculous, again.
Paul: He's working you, he's poisoning you against me.
Meg: Do you honestly believe that, Paul?
Paul: He wants you. He'll do anything.
Meg: And I'm just a sitting duck for whatever tactics he decides to use on me? Because I have no mind of my own?
Paul: No I didn't say that.
Meg: No, what you're saying that Craig convinced me not to give you a second chance. When you're the one who did that, Paul! You. By making the same promises, over and over again. And by repeating the same mistakes and the same pleas for forgiveness.
Paul: You're right. You are absolutely right. I know that. And -- look, I died. All right, I almost died. I'm different. I don't know, I'm stronger. And I'm strong enough now to keep my promises.
Meg: Yeah, maybe for a while. But you're going to fall back into the same habits. I can't live a life with you that's full of plotting and scheming and being one step ahead of whomever you decide is out to get you. I can't live that way.
Paul: You won't have to.
Meg: You can't help yourself, Paul.
Paul: Yes, I can. Why don't you believe me?
Meg: Because I can't take another disappointment, I'm sorry. And I will just end up hating you and I do not want to hate you, Paul.
Paul: It's different now. Look, if Johnny's safe, right? Then, we don't need to go after Craig anyway. And if Lucy can just keep Craig out of town --
Meg: Okay, okay. Do you hear yourself, again? But sadly, I do. I do. And that's why I need to walk away.
Paul: Meg, wait, I –
[Paul touches Meg’s arm and has a vision]
Meg: Paul, what happened?
Gwen: Okay, what is wrong with you, Adam?
Adam: Nothing's wrong with me. It's your husband who's all bent out of shape.
Gwen: Wait a minute, you think that Will is still upset about some stupid kiss that didn't mean anything?
Adam: You tell me.
Will: You're crazy. You know, you claim that you want to forget that anything happened between you guys, but somehow, you always manage to bring it up and rub it in my face.
Adam: Only when you start threatening to cut off funds for the album because of what happened in L.A.
Will: No, hold on, we're talking about two different things right now.
Gwen: Look, obviously, you completely misunderstood what he was saying.
Will: Thank you. At least my wife knows me better than my brother.
Gwen: Look, you guys, why don't we just sit down and we'll just figure this out.
Will: No, it's fine. You guys are working, and you have a lot of work to do, so why don't you just finish the session for the day.
Adam: Yes, sir.
Gwen: Look, I don't want to work with you guys fighting.
Will: No, it's -- it's really not that big of a deal. I just -- I told him that I had a problem with some of the expenses that he had going on and he said I was using that as an excuse to talk about something else. If that's what he thinks, it's fine.
Gwen: Wait, don't leave yet.
Will: It's all right. You got a lot of work to do and I just need time to cool off.
Gwen: Are you sure? Because I can go home with you right now.
Will: No, I'm not going home. I got to go to the library and study.
Gwen: Hey, are we okay?
Will: Yeah, yeah we're great. It's just a brother thing.
Gwen: I love you.
Will: I love you too.
Adam: Okay, let's back up and see where we were.
Gwen: No, not until you tell me what just happened.
Adam: Look, Will was just being Will.
Gwen: What is that supposed to mean?
Adam: Let's just forget it. Okay, Gwen?
Gwen: No, I do not want to forget it. I want to know what happened.
Adam: Look, the way he's acting -- he's been like that since he was a kid.
Gwen: And how is that?
Adam: Going to extremes to hold on to what's his -- no matter who gets hurt.
Susan: Before he coded the other day, Paul tried to warn one of the nurses about dispensing the wrong medication. He did the same thing to me. I know how this sounds, just bear with me -- it was as if he were having some kind of vision.
Bob: Hallucination, you mean.
Susan: Except it turned out to be true. Later that day, one of the nurses almost gave a patient the wrong pills! He was allergic! If she'd succeeded, he would be dead! I stopped her just in time.
Bob: So you're saying he has somehow acquired the ability to predict what is a safe medication for a patient and what is not?
Susan: I know this sounds so far-out, but there is no way he could have known what the color coding means.
Bob: Meg could have told him.
Susan: I very much doubted that if that would just turn up in normal conversation.
Bob: It's probably a coincidence. But if isn't, we should get him a long white coat. Put him on the staff.
Paul: It happened again. It's this light -- this white light.
Meg: This happened before?
Paul: At the crash and then again, here. I saw it.
Meg: What did you see?
Paul: I saw pills -- and I told the nurse I said those are the wrong pills, they're supposed to be green.
Meg: Sounds like a dream.
Paul: No, it wasn't a dream. I was awake. You don't believe me. You think I'm lying.
Meg: No, no, it's just -- you know, let me get your doctor.
Paul: No, no, please, Meg, don't leave. Not now. I need you now more than ever.
Katie: We gotta wait for Lisa to get here with the pass key? If you say anything, you'll tip them off and they'll get away!
Jack: Give me a break. Henry, open the door and step out into the hallway, please. Henry?
Katie: I don't hear anything.
Lisa: Okay, all right.
Jack: Do you have the key?
Lisa: I do, but first the search warrant first.
Jack: Lisa, I'm sorry.
Lisa: That's okay. Here you go. I hope he's not having some -- pardon me. Hello? Gotta take this call.
Katie: Thank you.
Jack: Damn it!
Katie: I don't get it. I was sure he was here.
Jack: Maybe he was.
Katie: Or maybe I scared Henry so much that he took Simon to a safer place.
Jack: If that's the case, he better be prepared to join him. Or face charges of aiding and abetting a fugitive.
Katie: No, Jack, don't be too hard on him. If Henry was helping, it's just because Simon manipulated him.
Jack: Manipulated or not, just like Carly, if Henry’s helping Simon, he's going to pay for it.
Katie: Well, I don't see any sign of Simon. I mean, maybe Henry is not helping him. Maybe I was wrong.
Katie: I am. Let's go, this is a waste of time.
Jack: Is it?
[Jack picks up Henry’s cell phone]
Simon: Where in the hell are we going?
Henry: You'll find out when we get there. Now sit down and shut up!
Lisa: Hiya, Honey. I hear you wanted to see me. So, what's up?
Carly: Well, I need a job.
Lisa: Oh, Carly, I'm sorry, I have all the dishwashers I could use right now.
Carly: No, no, I'm serious, Lisa. I need to get back to work and I have a really great design portfolio now. In case you were thinking of maybe doing some redecorating here at the hotel.
Lisa: Oh, well, I really haven't thought about that. I am really busy. I'm having the red-hat ladies -- you know, the luncheon today. Why don't you drop by one day next week and we'll talk? Okay?
Carly: I can't drop by next week.
Lisa: Carly, what's going on? Are you in some kind of terrible trouble? I bet you are. Ever since you went into business with that Simon Frasier --
Carly: No, no, I'm not in trouble. I'm starting a new business and I need a little help, you know, especially if it comes with a paycheck.
Lisa: Okay. Let's hear your pitch.
Carly: Great, all right. Well I can't wait to tell you my ideas. I'm just going to run to the ladies' room and freshen up --
Lisa: No, no, wait, Carly, I'm a busy person I told you how busy I am. I don't have time for you to go running off to the restroom --
Carly: Lisa, I will be back before you even notice I'm gone.
Undercover cop: Where do you think you're going?
Carly: Well, Officer I'm gonna go and use the little girls room.
Undercover cop: Detective Snyder told me to not let you get out of my sight.
Carly: Right, well I'm sure that even Jack would make an exception in this case. A lady does deserve her privacy, right? Come on! What am I going to do, climb out the window? I can't go anywhere. You drove me here, remember?
[The Officer lets her go and she sneaks upstairs]
Jack: Katie, you were married to Henry. Do you happen to know Henry’s access code?
Katie: You mean to get his messages?
Jack: Yes, to get his messages.
Katie: No, I don’t.
Jack: Didn't he have a nickname for you, or something?
Katie: Um, I don't know, we called each other a lot of things.
Jack: This is something affectionate and I know I've heard it before. Um, Dimples? Or Bubbles? Bubbles!
Katie: Oh that nickname.
Katie: What, what? What is it?
Jack: It's Carly.
Meg: You need your doctor, Paul. Let me get someone.
Paul: What's happening to me?
Meg: I don't know, okay. Just don't get upset.
Paul: Why does this keep happening to me? It's like an explosion in my head.
Meg: There is an explanation. Let me just get your doctor, okay? Susan, hey, Paul’s had some kind of post-traumatic stress. He blanked out and then he said he saw this white light -- I think he's hallucinating.
Susan: I wonder if it's like the last time.
Meg: So this has happened before?
Susan: Yes. Except it was more like a vision not a hallucination. I was just telling Bob about it --
Meg: Okay, you know what, I can't do this. I can't get sucked back in. If I don't walk away right now, I never will.
Adam: Will's issues, go way back. All the way back to his screwed-up mother. Barbara indulged him. Let him think whatever he wanted was way more important than what anybody else wanted.
Gwen: You make him sound so selfish.
Adam: You don't think he can be?
Gwen: No, not with me. Will's the most giving person that I've ever known.
Adam: You didn't grow up with him. I mean, don't get me wrong. I love my brother. And maybe he has changed since we were kids. That must be your influence.
Gwen: I don't think so. He's always been his own person.
Adam: The person who stormed in today.
Gwen: Oh, he didn't storm in here.
Adam: Oh yeah, he came in looking for a fight. It's obvious he still has a lot of stuff to deal with, otherwise he wouldn't have been making empty threats about shutting down production.
Gwen: He said that?
Adam: Yeah, he said he wants me to speed things up because he's running out of money.
Gwen: Well, that's a different thing. All right? He wouldn't just shut down production.
Adam: Don't be so sure.
Gwen: It wouldn't make any sense. He's always said that this album is his dream as much as it is mine.
Adam: Will's dream is to have you all to himself. He gets very possessive about people. He doesn't like to share. And if he thinks he's going to lose someone -- he snaps. He'll do anything, including shutting down the album, to make sure he doesn't lose you.
Gwen: He's not like that.
Adam: You know, I know you weren't here when it happened, but I'm sure you heard about the last time Will tried to hold on to someone he thought was slipping away.
Gwen: If you're talking about Rose D'Angelo, he was just a kid then. He's gone through hell and back. He's not the same person anymore.
Adam: I hope you're right. And I hope he realizes how lucky he is to have you standing beside him.
Gwen: We're both lucky. After everything he's done for me, I am proud to stand by him.
Adam: Good, just hope he doesn't do anything to make you regret that. We need to get back to work. I'm gonna go grab that second mic.
Susan: Paul, I need you to tell me what happened with Meg just now.
Paul: She walked out of my life, that's what just happened with Meg.
Susan: No, I'm talking about the sensation you had. Was it the same as before?
Paul: Susan, I really don't want to talk to you about this.
Susan: We have to talk about it. We have to try to understand where it comes from and what it means.
Paul: What makes you think it means anything?
Susan: Because the last time it happened, you felt somebody's life was in danger, and you were right. You warned us that a patient would be given the wrong pills. Do you remember any of this? Oh, that's me. Susan: I've got to go. But I'm gonna be back to see you later. Try to get as much rest as you can.
[Susan touches Paul’s arm and he has another vision]
Paul: Meg, Meg -- no wait! I have to talk to Meg! Poison.
Gwen: Hey, you okay?
Will: Yeah, I'm getting there. Thanks for defending me.
Gwen: Of course I defended you. I know that you want this album to happen as much as I do.
Will: Well, the money thing is real. You know? You believe me, right?
Gwen: Of course I believe you.
Katie: Oh, thank God! Hey, where are you going?
Henry: Well, if you really must know -- you know what, on second thought, why should you?
Katie: No, no Henry! You can't go up there!
Carly: Henry? Henry? Did you get my message? Jack, what are you doing here?
Jack: Expecting Henry? Or maybe Simon? I'm going to have to take a look inside your bag.
Carly: What happens now?
Jack: The last thing I ever wanted. Carly Snyder, you're under arrest for aiding and abetting a fugitive. You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say, can and will be used against you in a court of law.
Next week on "As the World Turns" --
Gwen: Stop it, you guys! Stop it!
Margo: And the rest is for my mad money.
Maddie: Mad money? What's that?
Margo: It's a little stash I keep her in a box.
Meg: What are you doing?
Paul: How much of that water did you swallow?
Simon: Let me out of the car Henry! Let me out!
Henry: You cannot help her now, okay? The only thing you can do is get out of Oakdale, now!
Carly: You were right about him. He's gonna let me take the fall for this. He left me.
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