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As The World Turns Transcript Wednesday 10/17/07
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Carly: Jack, give me the phone --
Jack: Carly, relax. Doctor? Yes, I just want to know the truth. Is she -- can she make this trip? Is she going to be strong enough to go without treatment?
Dr. Evers: I'm not sure I understand.
Jack: It's a pretty straightforward question, Doctor. Medically, do you think that she'll be able to go? Because -- I think it's important for everyone that she make it back here. Home.
Carly: Jack, would you please just let me talk to him?
Jack: No, Carly --
Carly: Would you please --
Jack: Carly -- I am not getting off this phone until I get some answers.
Brad: How's everything tonight? Taste good? Does it? Wow, those are really attractive shoes you got there.
Vienna: What? The strain finally got to you?
Vienna: What about Snickers?
Katie: He kind of, sort of got out of his cage.
Vienna: Here? In my restaurant.
Vienna: And he performed this feat how? I don't see how his little paws can unlock anything.
Katie: Well, I -- thought maybe he would be less depressed if he had a little freedom.
Vienna: Rabbits don't have mental health! They're rabbits!
Katie: He's different.
Vienna: Katie, he shouldn't even be here in his cage, this is a health code violation, this is --
Katie: Not a problem. Vienna, Brad and I are looking for him. No one even knows what's going on.
Vienna: Oh, God. I think the rabbit is out of the bag.
[Meg is standing by the entrance and overhears what Paul is saying]
Paul: This makes me a little nervous.
Rosanna: You don't have to --
Paul: No, I want to. I know I've been given a huge second chance. Not just with life. But with you. And I -- more than anything, I don't want to screw it up.
Barbara: Well, you're off to a wonderful start.
Paul: I'd like to make up for all of the pain -- and I'd like to make up for all of the time that we lost.
Rosanna: Oh Paul, you've already done that. You and I are together, and that makes everything worth it. I love you.
Paul: I love you.
[Craig walks up to Meg]
Craig: You know the bad thing about eavesdropping? You never hear anything good.
Vienna: Really, I promise, we don't have any rodents.
Man: Then what are they looking for?
Vienna: Her contact lens.
Man: Her contact -- so a big furry contact lens just ran across my wife's foot?
Brad: 11 o'clock, Snickers.
Katie: Snickers! Okay, everyone -- that's my little Snickers, and if everyone is just quiet and calm, I can get him back in his cage. So, no talking, no sudden movements, right?
[Brad dives for the bunny and it jumps off the counter]
Jack: So, can you tell me this -- can you tell me this now, over the phone, or do I have to bring her in for an evaluation?
Dr. Evers: Is she still taking her medication?
Jack: Yeah, I think she is. Of course -- you're taking your medication, right?
Carly: Yes. Jack --
Jack: Yes, she's taking her medication.
Dr. Evers: Then I don't see any problem taking a trip.
Jack: And, uh, how long do you think we should be away for? When should we be back?
Dr. Evers: I think that's between the two of you.
Carly: Jack, give me the phone. Let me talk to him, okay? Hi, Dr. Evers. Boy, I'm so sorry to bother you with our personal problems.
Dr. Evers: Carly, as long as you stay on the antibiotics, you can travel as much as you want. Just don't overdo, you'll get stronger.
Carly: Yes. Yeah, that's just what I thought. Thanks.
Dr. Evers: But your husband --
Dr. Evers: Well, he doesn't seem to understand your new prognosis. Listen -- why don't you put him back on the phone and I'll explain it to him?
Carly: Dr. Evers, really, you don't have to do that.
Dr. Evers: But your husband --
Carly: Ex husband.
Dr. Evers: Well, he's been the primary caregiver, hasn't he? And he sounds unduly agitated.
Carly: He's like that.
Dr. Evers: Yeah, but I think when I explain your situation to him, it'll help him relax. And won't that make your trip much more enjoyable?
Carly: You don't have to worry about that, really.
Dr. Evers: Well, I do. Carly, if you're going to recover at a decent rate, you don't need undue stress levels.
Carly: Tell me about it.
Nurse: Doctor, we've got a code.
Dr. Evers: Look, I'm sorry, I gotta go. Listen, tell your ex-husband, if he has any questions, give me a call.
Carly: Okay. Okay, will do. Thank you, Doctor. [The doctor hangs up his phone, but Carly pretends to be still talking to him]Really? Oh, well that -- that is very good to hear. Thank you. Thanks again. Bye-bye. He had to go. Really, he seemed very positive about the whole thing. He thinks the trip's a good thing.
Jack: Okay, good. Did he say how long we could be gone?
Carly: He said there wasn't a need to rush back, as long as I bring the medication.
Jack: I see.
Carly: You seem like something's wrong.
Jack: I called your doctor behind your back. It's just -- sneaky thing to do. I had no right to do that. I'm sorry.
Jack: I just -- you need to expect more out of me. Especially now.
Carly: No, Jack, let's -- please. Let's not worry about anything that you might've done wrong.
Jack: Carly, you gotta be able to trust me --
Carly: I do. I can. I can trust you. I ought to be used to this by now.
Carly: You being so good and me -- being so me.
Jack: I'm still -- I upset you and I am. I'm very, very sorry about it.
Carly: You didnít. I'm not upset. Please. Could we please find something trivial to argue about? Like the good old days.
Jack: Do you mean like the time you were reading the map upside down and you wouldn't believe me that something was wrong until we almost ended up in Canada?
Carly: Entirely my fault.
Jack: Yeah. Completely.
Carly: And it was terrible for you that we had to stop at that motel with the Jacuzzi.
Jack: That was a horrible night.
Carly: Yeah. Not a moment of sleep.
Jack: No. As I remember it, we saw the sun come up over the Rockies. Just between us -- I mean it, just between us, okay?
Jack: I'm glad that we have this time together. To be friends again. To be --
Katie: Wonderful, just wonderful. I say no loud noises, no sudden moves. What do you do? You go bounding across the counter and scare him.
Brad: You wouldn't be mad if I caught him.
Katie: Quiet! There he is.
Brad: Where? Okay, all right. Vienna -- all right, you -- the door. Katie, you stay with me. Watch my back.
Brad: All right. Let's go. I got him. I can see him.
Martha: Is this what you were looking for?
Craig: I guess you're not much in the mood for painting the town red, are you?
Meg: I'm sorry.
Craig: Don't be. You think I don't know that seeing Paul kowtowed to Rosanna is a buzz kill?
Meg: You want to know something I like about you?
Craig: I am dying to know something you like about me.
Meg: You always try and cheer me up. I don't know why, but you do.
Craig: I love you. Meg, I've told you this before. He doesn't deserve you. He doesn't know. He doesn't understand just how wonderful a person you really are.
Meg: I need to get some air.
Barbara: Now you know what? If I were truly a sensitive mother or future mother-in-law, right now I would discreetly excuse myself so you two could have a moment alone --
Paul: I think that's a great idea.
Barbara: But we know that I'm not that person.
Paul: Mom --
Barbara: So instead --
Paul: Mom --
Barbara: Instead I'm going to steal her away for just an hour or so because I have something for Rosanna and you, Paul, have nothing to say about it.
Paul: I don't have any choice in the matter? Do I have any choice?
Barbara: Would you like to pretend that you do? No, okay. So instead, I'm going to pretend right now to be very discreet and excuse myself to the ladies room to freshen up. I'll be right back. God, I love taking over.
Paul: She's driving you crazy, isn't she?
Rosanna: No, no. I -- I like that she loves you so much that she wants me to like her.
Paul: She likes you. How could anyone not like you?
Rosanna: You know, when you smile like that? You make an hour seem like a very long time.
Craig: You want to know something beautiful in life?
Craig: Watching you, from behind, run in high heels. Poetry.
Meg: Craig, you don't have to be nice.
Craig: I felt like being nice to you. I didn't feel like covering this knockout dress with my jacket, but you looked cold. So you feeling better?
Meg: Yes. So why aren't you mad at me?
Craig: Why should I be mad at you?
Meg: I see Paul and Rosanna and I fall apart. Ruin your night.
Craig: Come on, have a seat. I want to explain something to you, okay? Now to start with -- let's start with a statement from me. You already know, I love you. So --
Meg: No, you don't love anyone --
Craig: Okay, all right. I love you -- I love you in the way that I'm most capable of, more than loving myself, I love you, okay?
Craig: All right, look. When guys say I love you, and I know that you've heard that more than once. The emphasis is always on the I. Whereas you, lucky one, you see, I choose you. And so for me, the emphasis is always you.
Meg: I don't understand.
Craig: Paul and Rosanna weirded you out. It upset you, and I love that about you. Your feelings run very deep, and sometimes they get the best of you. It would be stupid to be angry with you for being you.
Meg: Are you conning me?
Craig: Doesn't mean I'm lying. Aren't you lucky? Complicated girl like you wound up with such an easygoing guy like me.
Meg: Yeah, like winning the lottery.
Craig: Okay. What do you say we try to pull this night out of the fire, huh?
Meg: What do you mean?
Craig: Well, in Hong Kong, people should be just getting to the office. I do have to make a call. It's going to take about 20 to 30 minutes. Why don't you take a walk around, shop, buy something nice and comfortable to slip into later. We reconnoiter back at the room. We'll order some room service, we'll watch some movies, and forget our troubles.
Meg: Craig, I really don't --
Craig: Hey, come on, come on. I have been really nice. Do it for your old man.
Katie: Thank you. Snickers, you have been a very bad boy.
Martha: I cannot give this rabbit back to you.
Katie: Why not? He's my rabbit!
Brad: My brother's a cop. Lady, you give the bunny back, or I call him.
Martha: Do you have any idea what I do for a living?
Brad: I'm going to go with my gut and say runway model.
Martha: I am the Deputy Inspector for the Oakdale Health Department.
Vienna: Oh, no. No, please.
Katie: Please, just give him back to me. You're scaring him.
Martha: Are you familiar with article 327 of the Oakdale Health code? Specifically, codicil 11 B?
Brad: No, but hum a few bars and we'll fake it.
Martha: According to article 327, codicil 11 B, it is my official duty to impound the animal, have him tested for communicable diseases, and keep him in quarantine until I am satisfied with the results.
Katie: He's had all his shots. He's very clean.
Brad: He was only out of the cage for a couple of minutes.
Martha: I'm sorry. My hands are tied.
Vienna: If only that were true.
Katie: How long is the quarantine?
Martha: We're backed up, as always. Should be no more than six or seven months.
Carly: All right, I need some kids down here, on the double.
Jack: This is the coach fare we're talking about?
Carly: And be careful, because your dad's on the phone with the airlines, and you know how cranky that gets him.
Jack: This is Montana we're talking about, right? Not Hawaii or Thailand --
Carly: All right, so as you can hear, our trip to Montana is on. So gentlemen -- lady -- go pack your bags, huh?
Jack: I'll get back to you. After I take a mortgage out on the house.
Carly: I just told you that we're taking a family vacation. I don't see a single smile. What is going on?
Sage: Mommy, I have those tests this week --
J.J.: And I have soccer practice, and tryouts are coming up.
Jack: No, that's cool. That's cool. I'll call the school. I'll let them know that this is very -- important trip.
Sage: But we don't want to go.
Carly: Oh, I think -- I think I smell a conspiracy here.
Parker: Sage isn't very good at it, yet.
Jack: Guys -- Carly, take Sage upstairs. Make sure her homework's done.
Carly: Good idea.
Jack: Okay, Guys, what's going on? You want Carly and I to take this trip alone?
Jack: Is that it? Why? I don't get it.
Parker: Well, I know you don't like to pay the air fare, and everyone knows traveling with kids is no fun.
Jack: Oh, cut the bologna. This trip is so we can spend time together while we can. You can't put a price tag on that.
J.J.: But --
Jack: But what? What's going on, Buddy? Talk to me. We don't have a lot of time. Your mom needs us. What am I missing here?
J.J.: Look -- no, look. It's okay. Mom -- she's not going to die.
Jack: J.J., we've been through this.
J.J.: No, Dad, really. Mom told us.
Craig: Well, if you find yourself at the conference in Chang Mi, do please, drop a good work for Montgomery Enterprises. Thank you, Mr. Dang. It has been a pleasure. Good evening. Ladies, oh, my my. You must be off to some event. You both look especially lovely.
Barbara: He wants something.
Craig: Not at all. I just want to know where the party was.
Barbara: Don't haunt your mail box, Craig. You're not on the guest list.
Craig: Oh, she must be referring to your upcoming nuptials, am I right?
Rosanna: Yes, as a matter of fact, we were just about to go shopping for a dress.
Craig: Oh, well then, please, don't let me stand in your way. If I could just have one quick word with you.
Barbara: What ever for?
Rosanna: Actually, Barbara, if you don't mind, I'll just get this over with. I'll meet you outside, okay? Barbara was right. You do want something.
Craig: Not at all. Just wanted to congratulate you.
Rosanna: For what?
Craig: Well, isn't it obvious? I mean, not only have you got Paul Ryan on the fast track to the altar, but you've managed to seduce his mother.
Rosanna: So Barbara and I get along. So what?
Craig: Well, the woman's at war with half the world. When it comes down to somebody who's got designs on her son, she can be downright lethal.
Rosanna: So what? You want tips on how to win friends and influence Barbara Ryan?
Craig: Not at all. Barbara and I had our moment long ago. I just wanted to say, good for you. You've got Paul Ryan right where you want him.
Rosanna: Oh no, no, no, no. Right where you want him, you mean. And while we're on the subject, how is that all going?
Craig: Don't worry about that. Meg and I are doing just fine.
Rosanna: Is she pregnant?
Craig: Not yet, but that's just a matter of time.
Rosanna: Well then, until she is shopping for maternity clothes, I don't believe things are fine.
Craig: Well, why don't you relax? These things don't happen on command.
Rosanna: I know how these things happen. I actually had an eight week unit on it in middle school. Perhaps I should dig up a text book and help you out?
Craig: Well you know, I don't need any help in that department.
Rosanna: Well then, my darling, let's see some results.
Jack: Have a seat, Guys. I want to know exactly what she said.
Parker: Look, she --
Jack: No, Parker. I want to hear this from J.J.
J.J.: No, she said not to say.
Jack: J.J., that's not her call. We are a family here. I think I gotta know what's going on. I need to know what she said.
J.J.: Well, she thinks that there's going to be some kind of miracle. So we won't have to worry about her -- you know?
Jack: When did she say this?
J.J.: Earlier. When you left.
Jack: I see.
Parker: Look, you can tell that she feels better. She's all excited about this trip.
J.J.: And she's keeps on talking about how when you guys went out there and you got married --
Parker: So, we know that we don't need to go. That she'll come back.
J.J.: Just like -- please, don't get mad at her.
Jack: I'm not mad. I'm not mad at her. I'm not mad at you guys, either, okay? Now that I know that, I know -- I know how to take care of her.
Carly: I was just looking at Sage's family tree project. When I look at the branches on my side, I wonder how some of you turned out so good.
Jack: Guys, why don't you go upstairs?
Carly: You go ahead. I'll get through it.
J.J.: Mom --
Carly: Hey, it's okay. Go. You've always been the master of interrogation.
Jack: We need to talk about this together.
Jack: Actually, we needed to talk about this before you filled their heads with miracles. But that's too late. They think that everything's going to be fine. That -- that there's going to be some kind of silver lining, some kind of second chance, Carly. You and I both know that's not going to happen.
Katie: Please, just let me have him --
Brad: Sorry, Lady, a deal is a deal.
Brad: She cashed the check, she delivers the goods. You know, I would say that that is putting the hassen in the hassenpfeffer.
Martha: Just what do you think you're doing?
Brad: Per my request, the manager of this establishment paid for the finest ingredients. I am not going to let her back out, and I'm not going to let you quarantine my dinner.
Vienna: Oh, and it will be a meal fit for the gods.
Martha: See here! I cannot allow this! What are you looking at?
Brad: Your eyes. At first, I thought they were grey. But wow! They're green, aren't they?
Martha: I don't know. I never really thought about it --
Brad: Would it -- would it be too much for me to ask for you to take your glasses off? Sorry. You really could get lost in those eyes. I'm sure many men have.
Vienna: La voila. Hasenpfeffer.
Brad: Au revoir Snickers.
Katie: All right, Buddy. I think we are in the clear. But that was a close call, no thanks to you. Thank God for Brad. In a million years, I did not think I would be saying that.
Saleslady: If I could afford that, and if I looked like you will look in it, I'd be smiling.
Meg: You're right. I think I'm spoiled.
Saleslady: Not what I meant. I just hope you buy it, and enjoy it.
Meg: It is beautiful. But it's also very expensive.
Saleslady: Trust me. I'm sure it's one extravagance your husband will not worry about.
Meg: Yeah, he doesn't worry about much.
Saleslady: Unless, of course, this isn't for your husband.
Barbara: Now I just want you to look around and see what you like so I have an idea of your taste.
Rosanna: I'm not fussy, Barbara. Anything that's not a hospital gown is fine with me.
Rosanna: Excuse me?
Barbara: You have a very distinctive style. Subtle, understated. You know exactly what you like and what you donít.
Rosanna: Well, thank you. Um, maybe you're right.
Barbara: Don't worry. I wouldn't dream of putting you in anything that isn't you. But I promise you, on the other hand, that when you walk down the aisle to marry my son, I want you to look like something he will never forget.
Paul: Yeah, well that's probably going to happen no matter what she chooses to wear.
Rosanna: Oh, hello.
Jack: We really have to talk about this. Listen, I can only try to understand what you are going through and I get why you want to give them hope, but --
Jack: You and I, we've had our fights. But this isn't about us, it's about these kids. I'm the one who will be left when you're gone. And if you're going to tell them stuff like that, you gotta let me know. We gotta talk about it. You can't tell them things like miracles and -- without letting me know. If ever there was a -- if ever there was a time that we had to be on the same page, we had to be on the same team -- if ever we needed to be in total communication, now is the time.
Carly: You're right.
Jack: And I get why you want to hope for a miracle -- I do, I get that. But now we need to talk about what's going to happen to Parker and J.J. if they're not prepared.
Carly: Jack. I have to tell you something. Even if it makes you hate me.
Katie: Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you.
Brad: Oh, you're welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome. Okay, where is Snickers? Where -- please tell me I did not have a romantic dinner with a Department of Health official for no reason.
Katie: He's -- he's in the bathroom, having time-out. He was very bad tonight.
Brad: How do you give a rabbit have a time-out?
Katie: No TV, no organic carrots.
Brad: Oh, you'll have him back in line in no time.
Katie: I guess I was pretty harsh. Maybe I was too harsh. He was in a different place. I'm going to go get him so he can thank you in person.
Brad: No, no, no. I don't want to interfere with your discipline. In fact, and I think you need a time-out.
Katie: It was a pretty awful night. That woman, the way she was holding him --
Brad: You know what, she was really sweet when you get to know her. [Snort] You know, wow, tonight was a surprise. It really was. I had a big idea and it turned into a total disaster. You know, that just never happens to me.
Katie: It did not turn into a disaster.
Brad: Pretty close. Snickers almost did time.
Katie: But you fixed it. You fixed everything.
Jack: Say what you were going to say.
Carly: I guess what I want to say is that I didn't lie to the kids, Jack. I do believe in miracles. I don't think that I'm going to die.
Jack: Carly, that's not the issue.
Carly: Then what is?
Jack: These kids will grab at anything to believe that what is going to happen, isn't going to happen.
Carly: Jack, I didn't lie to the kids, I didn't, I --
Jack: Okay, if you tell them, though, that you may recover, and I don't accept it and encourage it, then I'm the bad guy. And I know I'm not going after some kind of popularity contest here, but I want to be as close as my kids as I can when I have to help them deal their mother dying, way before -- way before they ever should. When J.J. told me what you said, he kind of looked at me, waiting for me to say "Yeah, everything's going to be all right. But I couldnít. I couldn't do that. And I made things worse. I need them, too. I'm sorry. You know, I'm sorry, I am. I'm gonna -- I'm gonna take a walk or something.
Carly: Jack, wait. Let me talk. There's something else I have to say.
Katie: Chasing Snickers around, watching you, be you -- and Vienna back you up -- it was ridiculous and life was funny, and just -- hysterical. But it wasn't sad. You know, I know I said that having fun was off the table --
Brad: No, no, don't analyze it. You were doing good, just go with it. Your life's been very grim lately.
Katie: It's just confusing. Because I miss Jack, but I want him to be with his kids. I want him to be with Carly --
Brad: Don't go overboard.
Katie: I'm not. You know, Margo and I talk about everything. She tells me all these stories about my dad. We talk about everything -- except for the end. She never talk about that. It's like it was too hard to even talk about it. And when I was stupid, and I didn't understand the whole thing, I was mad at her. But now I look back at it, and I'm like thank God he had her. So no, I don't want Carly to be alone. I donít.
Brad: Now you're alone.
Katie: Do you know how scary it is for you to have perception?
Brad: Yeah, tell me about it. There's something you should --
Katie: Brad. I think --
Brad: I'm sorry, I'm sorry, go on.
Katie: No, what did you -- what were you going to say?
Brad: Nothing, nothing I --
Katie: Did you hear what I said?
Brad: No. No, what?
Katie: Would you mind staying?
Brad: Are you kidding me? You don't you know by now, you give me a beer and you can't get rid of me.
Katie: Room service? Will you send up a whole bunch of beer?
Paul: I thought if you were going shopping, you might want this.
Barbara: How did you know we were going shopping?
Paul: Well, that gleam in your eye can only have meant one thing.
Barbara: Well, maybe these days. I did have other outlets once. But now, never mind, go away.
Paul: No. I'm going to stay. I'm going to take Rosanna home, because if you take Rosanna home, you might want to stay for an hour or two, and you canít.
Barbara: I would have grave concerns about a man who treats his mother this way.
Paul: I'll be right outside, okay? But don't take too long.
Rosanna: Oh, we'll take as long as we want. We're having fun.
Saleslady: Here you go.
Meg: Thank you very much.
Saleslady: You're welcome. Enjoy.
Meg: Thanks. I thought you had gone.
Paul: I didn't know you were here.
Meg: I have to go.
Meg: I never should have run away from you. I should have stayed forever.
Paul: Yeah, you should have. But you chose to go home to your husband.
Meg: Paul --
Paul: Is this his favorite color?
Meg: You know I'm not the guilty party here. I'm not the only one that's been unfaithful? So, why don't you say hi to Rosanna for me?
Barbara: That woman is stalking you.
Brad: Okay, so the way he offs all those guys, is really cool, especially when he shoots at one of the guys from under the table. But I think my favorite moment is when the sensitive cop is able to kill again.
Brad: That's really moving. It is.
Katie: Okay, you can go now.
Katie: You've officially cheered me up. I'm cheered up. I'm cool, you can go.
Brad: You're asking me to leave?
Katie: Well, I haven't completely lost touch with reality. I know that you have better things to do than sit here with an old married lady telling her about old Bruce Willis movies.
Brad: Katie, believe me. I don't have anything better to do.
Carly: I understand what you're saying, Jack, I really do. And if things don't change, I'll be straight with the kids. We'll talk to them together. But, let's do it after we get back from Montana, okay? Because I have this feeling that this trip could change everything.
Jack: Carly, part of me thinks I can't give you what you need if I --
Carly: Believe? Well, could you believe if there was a time limit? If nothing changes, if I'm not better when we get back, then so be it. But for now, can we just do what we always do? Can we take a chance? Believe in ourselves.
Jack: Don't you think I want a miracle, too?
Carly: Then let's see what happens.
Barbara: You didn't see, but I did.
Paul: See what?
Barbara: She was at the Lakeview, listening to every word you were saying.
Paul: Oh, Mom, stop it.
Barbara: You have grounds for a restraining order.
Paul: Drop it!
Barbara: She followed you here, Paul!
Paul: What? She's clairvoyant? She was here before we were.
Barbara: Why are you defending her?
Paul: Because it doesn't matter! Whatever Meg says or does from now on, doesn't matter! You got it?
Craig: So, what did you get?
Meg: Uh, it's just a --
Craig: No, don't tell me, don't tell me. Don't show me. Just put it on.
Rosanna: So, your mother and I actually had a nice time. But I'm so happy to be alone with you now.
Meg: I can't do this.
Rosanna: You all right?
Paul: Yeah, I'm fine. Just a little tired.
Rosanna: I get that. I am exhausted myself.
Paul: You gonna run up to bed?
Rosanna: Yeah, are you coming?
Paul: Yeah, in a minute.
Meg: I'm sorry -- I can't do this.
Craig: No, no, it's okay. It's not the right time. We'll just wait 'til it is.
Katie: You know earlier when you said there was something I should know. What was it?
Brad: Nothing. Really, nothing.
Jack: All right.
Carly: Thank you.
Jack: So, we're looking for a miracle.
Announcer: On the next "As the World Turns --
Katie: Montana? They went to Montana together?
Carly: This trip is working its magic already, just like I knew it would.
Katie: They only went there for one reason. Find their way back to a time and place where they thought that they would live happily ever after.
Carly: Well, now that we've been given this gift, what are we gonna do with it?
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