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As The World Turns Transcript Friday 5/18/07

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Vienna: Good. Having dinner?

Henry: Yeah. How have you been?

Vienna: Since lunchtime? Fine. I was wondering -- um --

Henry: Yeah.

Vienna: I need more money.

Henry: More money? More money since lunchtime?

Vienna: Yes. I have an expensive taste. What can I say?

Henry: Right. Right. Here's the ATM. Take as much out as you want. It's your money.

Vienna: Are you getting horribly tired of this? Having to see me every day?

Henry: I love seeing you. I enjoy being in your service.

Vienna: Do you remember that time we played the little thing, you were my humble servant, and I was the very bad princess?

Henry: Yeah, speaking of -- speaking of princes, have you heard anything from the Prince of Leonia lately?

Vienna: No, why would I?

Henry: Well, it's been a while. He's had a chance to cool off.

Vienna: It doesn't matter. He still believes that I helped Simon steal his crown jewels.

Henry: Yeah, but you didn't. And it's not fair of him to take it out on you by threatening to take your money. I think this lawyer you have is no good. I think we need to get a new one, see what happens.

Vienna: Oh, and then would get rid of me, and you'd never have to bump into me here during meal time or having to see me, so you make sure that I have money. Is that what you want?

Henry: No.

Vienna: No?

Henry: No, no. I just -- I want to make you happy. I want you happy.

Vienna: Well, having dinner with you would make me very happy. Do you want company?

Henry: Brad, Brad -- hey, just play along, will you, okay? Brad and I, actually we're going to get some steaks, and maybe shoot a little pool.

Brad: Hey, Vienna.

Henry: So, you can hold onto the card as long as you want.

Vienna: Okay, but it won't take long. Will you still be here?

Henry: If I'm not, just leave it at the desk.

Vienna: Fine. I'll let you get on with your plans.

Henry: I think she was crying. Did it look like she was crying?

Brad: She looked like she wanted you to kiss her.

Henry: She wants me to love her.

Brad: Then love her. Up, down, sideways, I'm just saying, Henry, if you don't, some other guy will.

Jack: Gwen, Cleo Babbitt dressed herself up to look just like you. And then she got Emma Snyder -- sweet, Emma Snyder -- to hand my three kids over to her.

Gwen: I understand that.

Jack: Then why are you here offering to pay her bail when less than an hour ago, you wanted me to bury her?

Gwen: Because I changed my mind.

Jack: Did she call you? Her one phone call, was that to you?

Gwen: No.

Jack: Yeah, then who -- then who got to you?

Gwen: Nobody.

Jack: Because you were just as angry as I am. And now you're acting as though this girl stealing your identity is just no big deal at all!

Gwen: Nobody got to me, Jack. All right, I just had a chance to think about all the stupid things that I've done out of desperation. Times when I wish that somebody, a family member, a friend, would have helped me out, stood up for me!

Jack: Why -- why would you compare yourself to her? You never kidnapped three kids, did you?

Will: Hey, are you okay?

Gwen: What are you doing here?

Will: I got your message. You said you were coming down here.

Gwen: But I didn't want you to stop everything that you were doing.

Will: What, did something happen with Cleo?

Gwen: Sort of.

Will, Jack, whatever it takes to keep that girl locked up, you know we'll do it.

Jack: Is that a fact?

Gwen: Please, Will. I can handle this.

Will: Wait, she didn't make bail, did she? She's got to stay in jail.

Jack: Not if your wife has anything to say about it.

Katie: His little legs were so wobbly. It's hysterical. Now, I think Surprise is a great name for the new foal.

J.J.: Well, Parker, he wasn't something with the word Racer in it, in case he goes to Kentucky Derby or something?

Katie: Oh, okay, what about, Snyder Racer?

J.J.: That is so lame.

Katie: Oh, okay. I can think of something so different. What about the ultimate winning fighting Snyder Family Racer.

J.J.: Uh.

Katie: No? Lame, I know. What was that?

J.J.: Oh, shovel. That's what made the noise.

Katie: Oh, move it before somebody trips on it --

J.J.: You can't move it, it's not supposed to be here.

Katie: What do you mean?

J.J.: Well, Parker, he's supposed to put it back in the shed after the last time it snowed, but he never did. You know, actually, you should make him put it away.

Katie: Make him? I don't know about that. Where's the shed? I'll just put it away myself.

J.J.: Well, he never does anything he's supposed to do. He's always getting away with it.

Katie: Have you ever talked to your dad about that?

J.J.: I'm not going to rat out my own brother.

Katie: Oh, right. Of course not. Why don't you talk to Parker about it then?

J.J.: Well, Parker's always so mad. He pretty much hates everybody now. Oh, do you want to leave a note on the door for my dad?

Katie: No, no, that's okay. I'll just catch up with him later. Where's the shed?

J.J.: Oh, it's just around the side of the house.

Katie: Okay. Oh, is this a gardenia plant? It's so beautiful. Emma has such a great eye. She just knows where to put things.

J.J.: No, Aunt Emma didn't plant it. I did. For Mom.

Katie: Before Carly left?

J.J.: No. Faith was selling them for Mother's day. So, I got one.

Katie: J.J. --

J.J.: And if you're going to say a whole bunch of stuff about my mom, how she's never coming back, and anything like that, just don't, okay? I think already know that.

Katie: I would never say something like that. I was just -- never mind. Um, thanks for being so nice to me today, J.J. and showing me the foal and everything.

J.J.: It's okay. Anyway, what were you going to say about the plant?

Katie: Just that -- sometimes people do go away, and it's really hard when someone that you love is gone. But you just have to remember that they always loved you.

J.J.: I guess. Who'd you lose?

Katie: My dad died when I was really little.

J.J.: Do you remember him?

Katie: A little bit, yeah.

J.J.: Well, maybe you can plant a plant in your house, too.

Katie: That's a good idea. Maybe I should. That's how you go on, right? Even if you're scared or still hurting a little bit, you have to start a new life. So, you just clear a patch of ground, plant some seeds, and start anew. And then who knows, maybe other things will start to grow in your life. Like new friends, new people --

J.J.: People who don't want to leave.

Katie: Yeah.

J.J.: You know, that's kind of like what my dad said. I guess you and my dad are like, sort of compatible or whatever -- something.

Katie: Let's put the shovel away.

J.J.: No, I'll do it.

Katie: But first, you're going to give your brother a hard time about it.

J.J.: How do you know?

Katie: I've got one myself. I'll see you around.

Parker: Who was out here with you?

J.J.: Oh, um, Katie. She just left.

Parker: Oh, well there was someone else.

Brad: I can't believe I asked you for advice on how to handle Katie. You obviously don't know the first thing about women. This is water. Are you dying or something?

Henry: No, I'm not always in the mood for a martini.

Brad: Yes, you are.

Henry: There's something to be said for being sober sometimes.

Brad: No, I get it. I get it. You don't trust yourself.

Henry: Look, just because I choose not to drink, doesn't mean I can't.

Vienna: You know, it's Vienna. The only way you can be sure it keep your hands off her is to make sure that you're stone cold sober. You know, I get it, all right?

Henry: Look --

Brad: I'm right, right?

Henry: Yes, I broke her heart already, I went all the way to the altar, and then I walked away. And now, I don't want to make any more mistakes with her.

Brad: You see, I don't understand the mistake thing. Where's the mistake? She wants you, you want her.

Henry: I'm not in love with her.

Brad: Yeah, but you really, really, really like her. If you didn't get caught up in this wedding thing, thing you were not ready for, you'd still be enjoying each other. Probably several times a day. Love or no love.

Henry: Several times a day. Yeah, I remember several times a day. Boy, that was heaven.

Brad: You are going to eat that steak? Seriously? Can I have it?

Henry: Yes, you can have it. Yes, you can have it. As long as you promise to eat it here.

Brad: Where else am I going to eat it?

Henry: And listen, when Vienna comes back, if I make one move to her hotel room, I want you to tackle me.

Brad: Hey, all right -- hey, um, not for nothing. Yeah, not for nothing, but if she gave me the look that she gave you, the army, the marines, and the air force couldn't keep me from, you know --

Henry: Just promise me.

Brad: All right. Hey man, I'm here for you, Bud. Can you pass the silverware?

Henry: Yeah.

Brad: All right. Hey, tell me something. If I decide -- what would you do -- you know, if I decided to take pity on and give her some old-fashioned --?

Henry: They'd never find the body.

Brad: Just checking.

Will: You offered to pay Cleo's bail? Why?

Gwen: Because I felt sorry for her.

Will: Since when?

Gwen: Since I remember the conversation that we had at our house about her family. About her mother who drank -- it was all the stuff that I could relate to.

Jack: You don't know the first thing about this woman or what's she capable of. And there's no way I'm springing her when she -- she's still a threat to my three kids.

Gwen: Jack, I promise you she will never go near those kids again.

Jack: Oh, yeah, you know this how?

Gwen: Because she was on her way to Chicago to stay at her aunt's house. Why do we have to press charges? Why can't we just let her go to Chicago like she planned --?

Jack: She broke the law. She broke the law, Gwen! Many laws.

Gwen: Okay, fine. I'll make you this promise. If you let her go, I will take personal responsibility for her.

Will: What?

Gwen: Please, Will. I can do this. I promise you I will make sure that she leaves town, and that she never comes back.

Jack: What's going on, did she threaten you in some way? Is that what's going on here?

Gwen: Absolutely not.

Jack: I'll bring her up from holding.

Gwen: You'll let her go?

Jack: I've got questions for you and for her. Don't leave.

Will: Do you want to tell me what really happened here?

Gwen: There's some stuff that you can't know right now.

Will: Stuff that can get you into trouble? Illegal stuff?

Gwen: Maybe.

Will: Tell me.

Gwen: It's a long story.

Will: You'd better start talking fast.

Brad: This is a great steak, are you sure you don't want any?

Henry: I wonder what could be keeping Vienna.

Brad: She just came to the door, backed up, and turned around.

Henry: What, she did? Just now?

Brad: Yup. She's probably trying to figure out how to break up with you and have some other guy keep her money.

Vienna: I can do this. Here's your card. Thanks again.

Henry: You're welcome.

Vienna: Why did you have to say, "You’re welcome?" I love it when you say it that way.

Henry: You know, maybe I should go check on her.

Brad: Alone? Or do you want me to get the hotel security to help me protect you from yourself?

Henry: You're really getting a kick out of this, aren't you, Brad?

Brad: You want to know the truth, Henry? No. I just don't get it. I mean, look at you, look at me. You're the guy that all the chicks are crazy about. It's wrong.

Henry: The chicks? Plural?

Brad: Katie loves you.

Henry: Yes, she's my friend.

Brad: So how do I get her to be my friend?

Henry: Your friend or your something else?

Brad: Both. I mean the way I see it, she has this pattern. First she becomes your friend, then she'll sleep with you.

Henry: Maybe. Maybe.

Brad: She was your friend, then she slept with you.

Henry: After she married me, Brad.

Brad: I'm just looking for some love, Henry. Katie and I, we work together. We're around each other all the time. It would be nice if she was into me, just a little bit.

Henry: As opposed to into your brother?

Brad: Oh, Man, you think this is that rivalry thing I've got going with Jack.

Henry: I don't know, I think you're jealous.

Brad: Jealous?

Henry: Yeah.

Brad: Jealous, shut up. All right, you look, look -- Jack has a beer at Yo’s every blue moon. I'm the whole party.

Henry: But Jack listens to you, you don't. Jack means it when he says he cares for her, you don't.

Brad: I care for Katie -- I care for Katie --

Henry: You're always fighting with her.

Brad: That was when I first met her, I couldn't stand her. Now --

Henry: But now -- now that she's into your brother, you want her. Right? Forget about it. You don't have a chance.

Brad: How do you know that?

Henry: I know because she won't because she already had a guy like you. And his name was Simon.

J.J.: So, did you see anything?

Parker: Are you sure that the sound that you heard was just the shovel?

J.J.: Yes, I am sure. And if you'd just put it away --

Parker: This isn't about a stupid shovel, J.J. -- all right, there's someone here.

J.J.: The only person that was here was me and Katie. Okay? We just talked for a little bit, I showed her the foal, and that was it, okay? She walked out.

Parker: It's not Katie.

J.J.: What is up with you?

Parker: Look, I just have a feeling.

J.J.: Yeah, like your weird friend Paul.

Parker: Okay, you don't even know Paul, so don't start talking about things you don't know about.

J.J.: You know what? This is exactly like what happened last time, okay? When everyone thought that Jack was dead, you're the only one that knew he was alive --

Parker: No it isn't. Just forget about it, all right?

Sage: What are you guys yelling about?

J.J.: Sage, just go back inside, okay?

Sage: I'm still hungry.

Parker: Yeah, it's all right. I'll get you something.

Gwen: Carly's back.

Will: What? When did this happen?

Gwen: Sometime in the last couple of days.

Will: You didn't tell me?

Gwen: I didn't see her until today.

Will: Where? At the house?

Gwen: Yeah. She came by, but Cleo saw her first. That's why she was dressed up like me. Carly asked her to do it.

Will: So, Carly knows Cleo? How?

Gwen: They're both staying at the Wagon Wheel. I didn't get a lot of details.

Will: Does Jack know?

Gwen: No, of course not. Carly hasn't told him yet. She's going to, just not right now.

Will: So, she's going to turn herself in? She's going to go straight to prison.

Gwen: That's why she asked Cleo to help her see the kids, before it was too late. And the only reason why Cleo agreed to it, is because she thought I would want her to help my sister. I can't let something bad happen to her after that.

Will: Gwen, you've got to tell Jack.

Gwen: No. No, no, no. Please, if Jack knows, he'll arrest her.

Will: You don't know what he'll do.

Gwen: He's arrested her before. The only reason why she's not in jail right now is because Simon helped her escape.

Will: And now Carly wants you to help Cleo! This isn't good. Gwen, you've got to tell Jack.

Gwen: This is what I get for being honest with you?

Will: Do you know how much time you could spend in prison for harboring a fugitive? You've got to tell Jack exactly what's going on, right now, and where Carly is.

Gwen: I don't know where she is. I think she left town.

Will: You're not sure?

Gwen: She said she was leaving.

Will: So, she's leaving, and then she's going to come back and turn herself in? It makes no sense.

Gwen: I don't know. All I know is that Carly's trying to keep me out of this as much as she can.

Will: Keep you out of it? You're about to bail Cleo out. You're right in the middle of it.

Gwen: She used Cleo in the first place because she was trying to protect me. Will, I don't think it's fair that Cleo goes to jail because of that.

Will: No, it's not fair. But it is fair that she goes to jail for breaking into our house and stealing your clothes, and trying to impersonate you.

Gwen: Promise me, Will, please. Promise me that you won't say anything to Jack?

Will: Gwen, Carly's gambling a lot right now, and I'm worried it's going to blow up in your face.

Gwen: It won't. And I can't turn my back on my sister.

Will: I can't let anything happen to you.

Gwen: Please don't say anything.

Cleo: I'm so happy to see you guys. Did you change your mind about me?

Gwen: We asked Jack if he would let you go. Only if you promised to leave town.

Cleo: I'm free to go.

Jack: No, Gwen -- Gwen wants me to let you go, yeah. But I'm interested to hear what Will has to say.

Vienna: Here's your card. Thank you. Do not say, "You’re welcome." I mean it, Henry. I won't be responsible if you do.

Henry: Okay.

Brad: What's the deal with the --

Vienna: It's just -- it just a game Henry and I used to play. It's silly.

Henry: No, it wasn't silly. It was great, actually. The humble servant would get down on one knee in front of the naughty princess and he would say --

Vienna: You're welcome, your highness.

Brad: You know, I think you should take my seat. I'll be going.

Henry: What do you mean, you're going? Where are you going, Brad?

Brad: I think Vienna should join you for a nightcap. Bartender, get this man a very large martini.

Henry: No, no, no. No, no, no, kill that martini! Kill that martini --

Vienna: You don't even want to have a drink with me?

Henry: No, I just -- I need to be leaving. It's past my bedtime.

Brad: It's -- what are you talking about? It's still early.

Vienna: No, he just doesn't want to spend any more time with me than he has to.

Henry: Listen, Vienna -- Vienna, stop. Listen. You're right, okay? I don't want to spend any time with you.

Vienna: You don't?

Henry: No, I don't. Because you're too dangerous, Sweetheart. This is too dangerous. You're too beautiful and kind and generous. And I -- I can't offer you forever. And that's what you deserve.

Vienna: So, you're distancing yourself to me because you want to protect me?

Henry: Yeah.

Vienna: Well, thank you.

Henry: You're welcome.

Brad: That woman, Henry, she's a keeper.

Gwen: I'm the one that Cleo was pretending to be. If I don't have a problem with this --

Jack: Yeah, Will's your husband though. I think that anything that might possibly hurt you matters to him, right? So, what do you say, Will? I'm going to let Cleo go?

Will: I don't know.

Cleo: You think I'm dangerous?

Will: Yes, I do.

Gwen: Will, don't do this.

Will: Cleo, you think this is some kind of game. Like Gwen is a picture on a poster that you get to dress and pretend to be like. But she's a real person with a real life. And you don't get to be a part of that life just because you happen to look like her. Until you understand that, you're dangerous.

Gwen: But you understand that now, don't you Cleo?

Cleo: Yeah. Yeah, I understand that now. And honestly, I didn't mean to hurt anybody. Especially your children, Detective Snyder.

Jack: Well, I'm with Will. I don't think that's good enough.

Will: But I do think we should give her a second chance.

Jack: What?

Cleo: You do?

Will: I've hurt a lot of people in my life. Worse than Cleo has. And maybe if someone had taken the time to talk to me the way we're talking to her right now, it would have changed things. So, as long as she does leave town, I'm okay with you letting her go.

Cleo: I'll do whatever you want.

Jack: Well, that's fine. Because I could hold you anyway. I don't need their cooperation.

Gwen: Jack, please.

Jack: You're free to go with a warning.

Cleo: Thank you so much.

Jack: You come anywhere near my kids again, dressed yourself, as Gwen, as Marie Antoinette, I will make sure you don't see the light of day for a very, very long time. Do you understand me?

Cleo: Thank you.

Gwen: Let's go, Cleo.

Jack: Do you want to tell me what's really going on here? Why the sudden change of heart?

Will: I love my wife. And there's nothing I wouldn't do for her. You know all about that, right, Jack?

[Phone rings]

J.J.: Hello?

Jack: Hey, J.J. how's everything going?

J.J.: Okay. Katie came by.

Jack: She did? Why?

J.J: Well, no, she was just looking for you. And she said she'll find you later.

Jack: Well, how'd that go?

J.J: Good. It was cool.

Jack: Okay. Hey, listen, I'm going to be home soon. And I'm sorry -- I'm sorry I'm so late for dinner and everything. But did you guys eat already?

J.J.: Not yet.

Jack: Uh, Emma's got some soup she made yesterday in the fridge. And I made salad this morning. So, why don't you guys get started without me?

J.J.: Okay. Is Katie coming?

Jack: Not tonight.

J.J.: Well, you know you could bring her if you want.

Jack: Maybe some other time, but tonight it will just be us, okay? All right. I'll see you soon. I was just talking to J.J. about you. He said you had a seriously cool visit.

Katie: We did. What?

Jack: You're a woman.

Katie: I'm glad you noticed.

Jack: Say another woman, one you didn't know, was running around town impersonating you, how would you feel about that?

Katie: I wouldn't be too happy. I'd want her locked up.

Jack: Yeah.

Katie: Not the answer you were looking for?

Jack: No, it was the answer I was looking for. It's just not the answer I got from Gwen.

Katie: Some weird woman is running around town impersonating Gwen?

Jack: Yeah, well, at first she was pretty freaked out about it. But now, it's like, it's no big deal. Why?

Katie: Maybe, I don't know. She's protecting someone? Will?

Jack: I don't think so.

Katie: Well, who else is she close to?

Jack: She's close to Maddie, and Casey. And the Hughes’s. And me, and my kids.

Katie: Carly? It's okay. You can say her name to me.

Jack: I know I can say her name to you. I wasn't purposely not saying her name, but Carly is gone. She's really gone, Katie.

Manager: Where you going?

Carly: I was just coming to see you. I'm checking out.

Manager: Oh, it's past checkout time.

Carly: You know what? That's okay. I'll pay for the extra day.

Manager: The credit card machine is in the office.

Carly: You know, I'll save us both the trip. And I'll pay in cash, okay?

Manager: So, who are you, anyway?

Carly: What do you mean by that?

Manager: Something's funny is going on with you. Are you somehow involved with that Babbitt girl?

Carly: No. You know, I told you the only connection I have with her was when I stopped by and asked her if she had change for the vending machine, that's all.

Manager: Yeah, I don't know about that. And I don't know if I believe this story about you leaving your purse in her room.

Carly: Well, I did. And here it is. And you can check with Cleo when she gets back. Here you go. That should cover it.

Manager: You know, the police have been asking questions. I don't want any trouble.

Carly: Right. And I have caused you trouble, haven't I? I think that deserves a big tip. Here you go. With my gratitude.

Manager: Come visit us again. Any time. Are you flying out?

Carly: What's that?

Manager: You seem like you're in a real big hurry. Almost as if you're running from someone.

Carly: No. No, no, I'm just anxious to get home.

Henry: Is this the real thing?

Brad: 100 proof. This is what you're going to do. You're going to go to the front desk, you're going to ask for Vienna's hotel room key --

Henry: I already have her room key. She was my fiancée. I'm manager of her financial affairs. In case of emergency --

Brad: Okay blah, blah, blah, you're going to use it and say anything you have to to get her to let you spend the night, all right. Done.

Henry: Wait, wait, no, no, no, no. Not like that. If you get to give me advice, I get to give you some.

Brad: Fair enough.

Henry: Okay. Unless you think that you are ten times better for Katie than Jack is, please don't start anything.

Brad: All right, say anything you have to say to Vienna. It's an emergency.

Henry: Even if I have to lie and tell her that I love her?

Brad: Dude, you won't be lying.

Vienna: Just put the ring on my finger and kiss me and that's all I need.

Henry: Oh, Vienna. I'm so sorry.

Vienna: Well, did you leave the ring in your other coat?

Henry: No. No, I have the ring.

Vienna: Then put it on my finger.

Henry: You're so beautiful, you know that? You are so giving and you're so generous and you're so kind and I hate myself for having to do this. But I can't marry you.

Jack: Well, whatever's going on with will and Gwen, it can wait until tomorrow. But right now, I've got three kids who are waiting for me to come home and have dinner with them.

Katie: What are you making?

Jack: Emma made some soup yesterday. And I made salad earlier this morning, so --

Katie: It sounds good.

Jack: Yeah. I'd invite you too, but --

Katie: No, go have some alone time with your kids. You're such a good dad.

Jack: You know what? I'm also a pretty good detective with remarkable recall skills.

Katie: Okay.

Jack: You said you were looking for me?

Katie: I was, but its nothing.

Jack: Yeah, you left me a message.

Katie: You have kids waiting for you. You've got to go home. It will keep --

Jack: Left me a message, you went out to the farm, and then you came here to see me. I'd say that sounds pretty important.

Cleo: Thanks for giving me a ride home, you guys. That was really sweet.

Gwen: The room across the hall, is that where Carly was staying?

Cleo: That one? Yeah, but I think she's gone now. And thanks, Will, for giving me a ride to the bus station. I didn't really have money for a cab and with my bag, it would be a hard walk.

Gwen: Do you really have no money at all?

Cleo: No. Well, I was planning on getting that job at the hotel, and -- anyways, I'll be fine.

Will: Well, we don't have much, but -- we can lend you a few bucks, I guess.

Cleo: Uh, no. I wouldn't take the money before. I don't feel comfortable taking it now.

Gwen: Will you at least let us buy you a bus ticket to Chicago?

Cleo: Oh, I already have one from --

Will: From who?

Cleo: Oh, it's just from before, when I was on my way to Chicago from California.

Gwen: Don't you need to call your aunt and uncle?

Cleo: When I get there.

Gwen: Don't you need to call them ahead of time, so they know to pick you up at the station? Cleo, what's wrong?

Cleo: I'm not going to call my aunt and uncle.

Will: Why not?

Cleo: Because they don't want me. They never wanted me to come. That's why I got off the bus here in the first place.

Will: I thought you got off the bus to hear Gwen sing?

Cleo: Well, that too. But anyways, that's why I stayed. I'll be fine.

Gwen: Where are you going to stay?

Cleo: I don't know. Probably stay in like a shelter somewhere. But the weather's been pretty nice, so I can probably just sleep in a park. I'm all set.

Gwen: What are you doing?

Will: Taking her bag out to the car.

Gwen: No, Cleo can't leave yet. Not until we know she has someplace safe to go.

Gwen: We can't let Cleo go if we know she's going to be out on the street. Come on, Will, we've been homeless. We know what that's like.

Cleo: I'll manage.

Will: Yeah, but not without money. So, you need our help.

Cleo: I don't want your money.

Will: Well, let's just consider it a loan, okay? You pay us back whenever you want.

Cleo: I can't do that.

Will: Well, you can't stay here.

Cleo: Please, all I have left is my dignity. Don't take that away from me by throwing money in my face.

Gwen: Hey, it's okay.

Will: No, it's not.

Gwen: If Cleo doesn't want to take money, then we can help her get a job.

Will: In Chicago?

Gwen: Eventually, she'll go to Chicago. But for right now, she can find something around here.

Cleo: Wow, that would be -- that would be really great. And maybe I can talk to the motel manager here, and maybe he'd let me stay on. And then when I get my first paycheck, I can pay up for the room.

Gwen: I doubt that. Here at the Wagon Wheel, you have to pay as you go.

Cleo: Then where am I going to live?

Gwen: Just give us a second, okay?

Will: No, we are not going to help that girl find a place to live. We just got her out of jail, isn't that enough?

Gwen: What if we just let her stay with us for a little while.

Will: Are you nuts?

Gwen: Cleo helped Carly, I feel like we owe her something.

Will: Yeah, Cleo helped Carly. Carly owes Cleo. You don't owe her a damn thing.

Gwen: Come on, Will, do you remember how hard it was when we didn't have a place to live?

Will: Yeah, we managed. And so will she. Please do not let this girl play you like that anymore.

Gwen: What if she isn't playing us? What if she's just some innocent girl, she's going to end up in Chicago with no friends, no help?

Will: Yeah, and what if she moves in with us? And then she wants to sing like you, and play guitar like you, and go to college like you, and eat breakfast like you --

Gwen: That's just mean.

Will: Well, whatever works.

Gwen: Cleo?

Cleo: You guys, I have a fantastic idea. Do you think we could go get a newspaper and you can help me look through the job section? And maybe I could use you guys as references. I know I never worked for you before, but that would really help. What do you think? Can we do that together?

Gwen: We can't help you get a job, Cleo.

Cleo: You can't.

Gwen: No. All we can do is give you some money.

Cleo: That doesn't feel right.

Gwen: Then we can't help you. I'm sorry, we just can't.

Cleo: That's okay.

Will: But we can still take you to the bus station.

Cleo: No, that's fine. I'll get myself there. You guys have already done enough for me. And I'd say see you around. But I probably won't so -- thanks, you guys.

Gwen: Be safe, okay?

Cleo: I can -- I can take care of myself. I've always have.

J.J.: I can't find the soup that Emma made for us. Dad wants me to heat it up for dinner.

Parker: It's gone.

J.J.: Where?

Parker: Uncle Brad ate it.

J.J.: Well, there's some salad, isn't there?

Parker: It's gone.

J.J.: Well, there's got to be some meatloaf or something.

Parker: There's nothing left. Why do you think I gave Sage all those cookies?

J.J.: Well, I just figured she wanted them.

Parker: Yeah, when's Dad coming home?

J.J.: Soon. Now, he'll probably make pancakes.

Parker: Again? That's it. We're buying him a cookbook for Father's day.

J.J.: Well, Katie can cook. She cooks lots of stuff on Uncle Brad and her TV show.

Parker: Really? What kind of stuff?

J.J.: Well, like mac and cheese.

Parker: Fried chicken?

J.J.: Yeah.

Parker: All right, we're gonna have to start being a lot nicer to that girl.

Brad: What girl?

Parker: There's no food left.

Brad: Yeah, that's okay. I already ate. What girl?

J.J.: Katie. She came by today.

Brad: She came by? To see me?

J.J.: No, to see Dad. She's going to be Dad's girlfriend now.

Brad: Well, was your dad here when Katie came by?

J.J.: No, he was at work.

Parker: Dad's always working.

Brad: Well, it looks like I got to get to work, too. On Katie.

Jack: McHale, all you got to do is issue a search warrant. No, don't go anywhere, please? No, I'm not talking to you. Listen, call Judge Sloan. She'll push the thing through for you. Right. If you have any questions, call Gonzalez. He's on right now. And I'm going home. So, do not call me. Thank you. Bye. Sorry.

Katie: You have kids waiting for you. I'm going to go.

Jack: Come on. Right now. Please.

Katie: It's really no big deal. And I feel stupid making a big deal out of it.

Jack: Tell me.

Katie: All right, I'm not telling this to put any kind of pressure on you or us or this thing we're having.

Jack: Yeah, it's a crazy little thing.

Katie: Right. So, that thing that I told you I needed to take care of?

Jack: Right.

Katie: I took care of, although I should have taken care of it awhile ago. But better late than never, right?

Jack: Okay. You're going to have to be a little more specific.

Katie: I talked to tom. My divorce is happening. It's just a matter of signing papers. So, it's over. And again, I'm not telling you this because I want to put any --

Jack: It's okay. Everything's okay. You're not putting any kind of pressure on me. Because I'm right -- I'm right here.

Katie: Good. Me too. You have to go home.

Jack: Yeah, but tomorrow, after our crazy -- crazy little thing.

Katie: It's going to get even crazier.

Carly: Simon. If you're ever going to do something to get me out of this, now would be a good time.

Henry: Vienna? Vienna, Sweetheart.

Vienna: Mmm -- Henry. Such a nice dream.

Henry: Vienna?

Vienna: Henry? It's really you.

Henry: I can't take it anymore. I have to tell you this.

Vienna: What is it my darling?

Henry: I should have never have left you at the altar. I love you. More than life itself. I want to be with you live with you, and love you forever.

Vienna: That's what I want, too. Are you sure?

Henry: I brought proof. This. This is my heart. I want you to have it. I wish I could give you the crown jewels of Leonia.

Vienna: No. This means more, Henry. This means everything.

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

Jesse: One hit of this, and everything will be fine.

Meg: I decided not to do anything about Craig personally. But I don't think Lucinda's quite ready to throw in the towel. I think Craig's fate is in her hands now.

Henry: They have put out an APB on Simon. And yeah -- the theory being that --

Katie: Wherever Simon goes, Carly goes.

Henry: Yeah.

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