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As The World Turns Transcript Friday 10/26/07
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Barbara: Hi, we were in the neighborhood just doing some wedding last minute stuff, and we thought we'd just drop in.
Will: Paul, do you want to explain to Mom that I'm not an idiot and I know exactly why you're here?
Paul: I already have, several times.
Barbara: Gwen needs her family around.
Will: Well, Gwen’s still in bed, so she might disagree with you.
Barbara: She's still in bed?
Barbara: I'll be gentle, I won't push.
Paul: I'm really sorry the in vitro thing didn't work out.
Will: Yeah. I'm sorry you're here on your wedding day. I'm sure cheering us up is like the last thing you need --
Paul: Will, you're my brother.
Will: Look, about the wedding, I don't think we're going to be able -- don't worry about it.
Paul: Not a problem.
Will: That was a little too easy. Is there something that you're not telling me? Are you getting cold feet?
Craig: Hi, excuse me. I'm looking for my wife, Meg Montgomery. She's long, leggy, gloriously pregnant. We're here for our first prenatal examination. Did I mention she is gloriously pregnant?
Nurse: Mrs. Montgomery just went to the ladies' room.
Craig: Ah, okay.
Nurse: Is this your first?
Craig: Well, it's our first together. I mean, I've had other children, but this feels like a first. It feels like a real beginning. I mean, I could write a book on how not to raise children. But because of Meg, I feel like we've really got to kind of close the book on that chapter. And now, our new baby is going to have nothing in its life -- just love and peace and harmony --
Meg: What the hell are you doing here?
Paul: No -- no cold feet, no doubts. Marrying Rosanna is the best decision that I ever made.
Will: Decision? Aren't you guys in love?
Paul: Yeah, of course we are. Look, this whole thing with Craig -- I -- she's a beautiful woman. There's going to be a big party, lots of champagne, it's going to be a great wedding day.
Barbara: It's not your fault, Honey. And you know, even though they told you that you may not be able to carry to term, that doesn't mean you can't have children. You could adopt, Gwen.
Gwen: It's not -- it's not about having children. It's -- it's about having Will's child.
Barbara: Oh, Honey --
Gwen: You know, I'm never going to be able to hold a baby that has his eyes and the I'm never going to know what it feels like to have a child with the man I love.
Meg: Excuse us. Why are you talking about my pregnancy to a stranger?
Craig: Um, actually, we're here for our first prenatal exam, and since when is our baby a state secret?
Meg: I am just getting a little sick and tired of you talking about it to anyone who will listen. And by the way, I know people here at the hospital, I don't want them gossiping about me.
Craig: Well, I got news for you, Sweetheart. When you go into contractions, start screaming for the epidural, they're going to get a hint that you're pregnant.
Meg: Okay, fine. Fine. Just until then, stop what you're doing. Stop making everything about me being pregnant.
Craig: See, I thought that you were happy about having a baby. So what are you so upset about?
Carly: Hey, what are you doing?
Jack: Carly, you shouldn't be out here. It's too chilly for you out here.
Carly: If it's too chilly for me, it's too chilly for you.
Jack: Okay, come on.
Carly: I heard you up most of the night. And this morning you disappeared.
Jack: I went for a walk.
Carly: Did it help?
Jack: I can't stop thinking about how Katie wants our marriage to be over, so no, I guess not. But I'm sorry I kept you awake. That's the last thing you need.
Carly: Why don't we forget about what I need for a little bit. You've been taking such good care of me, Jack. Why don't you let me take care of you for a change?
Henry: All righty. Vienna's got everything covered in the kitchen, so tell me. How are things with Jack? Is everything status quo?
Katie: Only if "Status quo" means I'm ending my marriage.
Henry: Don't do it.
Jack: I should be doing this for you. It doesn't seem right.
Carly: But it feels right, doesn't it?
Jack: Yeah, it does. Ooh, especially that.
Carly: Ah, I remember that knot right there.
Jack: Yeah, that's it. Your hands are so strong. How is that possible?
Carly: Well, Jack, I told you that Montana did wonders for me. I've been feeling great ever since we came back.
Jack: You look great, too.
Carly: I'll make you believe in miracles yet.
Jack: I bet you will. But my faith is going to need a little more evidence to back it up.
Carly: What kind of evidence?
Jack: I’m gonna call Dr. Evers and tell him about this remission, or whatever it is. Or better yet, why don't we call another doctor and get a second opinion because I don't know if it's the medicine or the miracle, or whatever, but something's definitely changed. And we need to find out what it is.
Barbara: You know, childbirth is pretty overrated. It's painful, it's messy and no one ever said it was a lot of fun. But having child, raising a child, loving a child, now that's something worth fighting for. Hal and Jennifer couldn't have loved each other any more if she had been his biological daughter. And if you and Will adopt a baby, that baby will be loved more than any baby there ever was. And I know Will would want that.
Will: Please don't speak for me.
Meg: This has nothing to do with whether I want the baby or not. It has got to do with wanting to keep my private life private. Besides, it is way too early to be talking about it. This is my first prenatal exam. Anything could happen.
Craig: Nothing's going to.
Nurse: Mrs. Montgomery, the doctor will see you now. Mr. Montgomery, would you care to --
Meg: Wait right here? Yes. Yes, he would.
Craig: My wife takes her privacy very seriously.
Barbara: I was just trying to tell Gwen that things are not quite as bleak as they seem to be. That there are other opportunities out there.
Will: Well, what happened to gentle and not pushing, Mom?
Barbara: Honey, you both want a baby. I mean, think about what a new baby would do for this family. It doesn't matter where it comes from.
Will: Mom, I know you're trying to help, but I don't think Gwen needs a lecture on family values right now.
Barbara: Honey, this family has been through so much this year, and a new baby --
Will: Mom, you can't make it about that. Our child, if we ever have one, is not going to replace Jennifer or Johnny, ever.
Paul: You're an inspiration.
Gwen: I can't imagine why.
Paul: Well, because you've managed to give Will the family that he's always wanted and always needed. It's more than any of us could ever do. I owe you.
Paul: Thank you.
Gwen: I'm sure Rosanna will give you just what you need, too.
Carly: Jack, I think this is really a waste of time.
Jack: Not if we can get some answers. Now look, this guy Steadman looks pretty good. Let's give him a call.
Carly: Jack, Dr. Evers is top in his field and he knows my case history. The idea of going to a completely different doctor and starting all over again -- I just -- I can't do it, okay? And you know, now that I think about it, I think Dr. Steadman was one of the doctors that Dr. Evers spoke to about my case.
Jack: All right. As long as you're comfortable, that's the most important thing. We still need to call Dr. Evers and let him know about your condition.
Carly: I will. I have an appointment, and I'll talk to him about it, okay?
Jack: Good. Because this improvement's lasting a lot longer than I thought it would.
Carly: I know. I suppose that's why I don't want to ask questions about it. I just want to close my eyes and make it last longer.
Jack: Come on, Carly, you're getting the miracle you prayed for. I would have thought you'd be jumping for joy.
Carly: Well, I'm scared.
Jack: Of what?
Carly: Of what this could mean.
Jack: Like what?
Carly: Jack -- there's something I should talk to you about. I should have told you -- and I wasn't quite sure how to say it.
Jack: No, it's okay. It's all right. Listen, look you don't have to say a thing. You're thinking that this is the calm before the storm, right? You're afraid that this is some kind of final rally.
Carly: Yeah. Yeah, that's it, Jack. You can still read me like a book.
Henry: Okay. Okay. Let's put our heads together and see if we can find out some kind of way to save your marriage.
Katie: There's nothing to save, Henry. Jack's living with Carly. Jack's heart is with Carly. There's no use in even pretending I have a marriage.
Henry: You still love him, though. You're not pretending about that.
Katie: No. But I don't know how he feels about me. He slept with Carly -- after we got married.
Henry: Well, that -- that hurts.
Henry: Yeah. I hate to be the bearer or reminder of bad karma, but have you forgotten that you slept with Simon when you were married to Mike?
Katie: Yeah, one of the worst mistakes of my life. Mike's the one I really loved.
Henry: Yeah, yeah. So what if Carly is Jack's Simon? What if you're the one he really loves?
Jack: Hey, come on. Weren't you the one trying to get me to believe in miracles here? You just gotta keep thinking that whatever's happening, it's a good thing.
Carly: I do think that, I do.
Jack: Okay, so keep it up. Because the way your hands were on my shoulders -- you're getting stronger every day. [Cell phone rings] Katie?
Katie: I need to see you. It's important.
Jack: You don't know how glad I am to hear you say that.
Katie: How soon can you meet me?
Jack: Right away.
Katie: Okay, I'm at Al's.
Jack: I'll see you in a few.
Carly: Good news?
Jack: I hope so. She wants me to meet her at Al's. I'm hoping she's going to tell me that she's had a change of heart.
Carly: Of course you should go, Jack. See Katie.
Jack: Are you okay?
Carly: I'm fine. I'm a little tired maybe, but I'm fine.
Jack: 'Cause I can get someone to come and stay with you while I'm gone.
Carly: Don't be silly. Really, you go and you do what you need to do. The kids will be home soon. Don't worry about me. Jack, any woman that would let you go has got to be the biggest fool in the world. Good luck.
Barbara: Oh, hi.
Maddie: Hi. Bye.
Maddie: Hi. Did I just walk in on something?
Will: No, just a happy Ryan family get together.
Maddie: Oh. How are you guys doing? I talked to Alison at the diner and she told me what happened with the in vitro. I'm so sorry.
Gwen: Yeah, thanks. It's been a little rough.
Will: Yeah. It didn't help that Mom decided to come by within 24 hours and demand that we need to adopt a replacement grandchild.
Gwen: What? You agree with her?
Maddie: Well, I mean, her timing reeks, but she has a point. Biology's overrated I mean, look at my psycho sister. She came from the same genetic soup as I did, and well -- look how that turned out.
Gwen: Yeah. I guess biology can be just as messed up as anything else.
Meg: Is that a white flag?
Craig: I was looking around for a diaper. I thought it might be more symbolic.
Meg: Well, not too many diapers are made of cloth these days, Craig.
Craig: Yeah, it's been a long I want you to know, though, I fully intend to live up to my responsibilities in that area. You and the baby all right?
Meg: Yes, we both got a clean bill of health.
Craig: I wouldn't have expected anything less. Is that your doctor?
Meg: Yes, why?
Craig: I just want to ask him a couple of questions, doctor to father.
Meg: No, no, no. I already told you it was fine. Why do you always need to micromanage everything, including my pregnancy?
Craig: I'm just very excited about having this baby. And I guess I'm trying to figure out why you don't feel the same way.
Meg: Yeah, I blame it on the hormones.
Craig: Well, I don't think I'm going to do that, because I actually value my life. Okay, you want me to stay, I'll stay. You want me to go, I will go. You tell me what you need me to do to make this pregnancy easier for you and I'll do it.
Meg: Just back off, Craig, okay? Just give me a little space or I don't know how I'm going to get through the next eight months.
Maddie: Here I am, talking about someone else's poor timing when I --
Gwen: What? What happened?
Maddie: I've decided to go to Wesleyan after all.
Maddie: Well, they want me to show up right away. But how can I leave you like this? You've been there for me so many times. And, I mean, you literally saved my life.
Gwen: Well, you know, me too. So we're even.
Maddie: You're hurting now. Is there anything I can do to help or --
Gwen: Yes. Yes, you can go to Wesleyan and kick some serious academic butt.
Maddie: I don't know how to do this, I don't know what to say.
Will: Really? Now I know something's wrong.
Maddie: Now you sound just like Casey. Oh God, before I met you guys, I was this geek living in my old black and white movies. And you made me stand up to my past and stop running from the world.
Gwen: Me, too.
Maddie: You guys are more of a family to me than most of the people that I'm actually related to. If you can make me feel like I belong someplace, just imagine what you could do for a child.
Will: Maddie, it's called a cell phone. Use it, okay?
Gwen: Yeah, I mean, don't make me send the guy after you.
Maddie: Shaking in my shoes, Munson.
Gwen: Look, if you say "Scarecrow, I'm going to miss you most of all," I'm going to lose it.
Maddie: I won’t. Bye.
Will: Bye. Are you okay with this? Because if you're not, I'll go after her and I'll tie her to that sofa, Wesleyan or no Wesleyan.
Gwen: I love you.
Will: You should.
Gwen: I love the way that you fight for the people you care about. And Maddie’s right. Any kid would be lucky to have you as a dad. So let's call your mom and tell her we'll adopt.
Sage: I'm starving. Can I have a snack?
Carly: Um, no. No, not before the party, okay? Where's J.J.?
Parker: He went home with Sam. They were talking about trading costumes.
Carly: What's the matter with his costume? Oh, never mind, it's probably desperately uncool or some other equally lame thing, right?
Sage: Mommy, can you do my makeup for my costume?
Carly: I would be honored. Why don't you go upstairs and get my makeup from my dresser, okay?
Parker: Can I stay over after the party? They have a new game and -- Mom?
Carly: What? I'm sorry, I didn't hear what you said.
Parker: What's up with you?
Katie: I called to tell you I have the annulment papers.
Jack: I was hoping you were going to change your mind.
Katie: I did. Several times.
Jack: Then do it again.
Katie: Jack, you don't know how much I want to.
Jack: Then do it, Katie. Do it. Tear up the papers and say you want to stay married to me. Look, when we're together --
Katie: But we're not. We're married on paper only right now. And I understand your commitment to Carly. I would never ask you to abandon her at a time like this. But I think we have a way to work this out.
Jack: Okay. What is it? Anything you want. I will do anything it takes.
Katie: I hope you mean that.
Jack: I do. You know I do.
Katie: Okay, then move out of Carly's house. Come back home to me. You can go visit her as many times a day as you want, check in on her, be with the kids as much as they need. But let's get her a nurse so that you can spend your nights with me, your wife. Can you do that?
Jack: I wish I could give you what you want.
Katie: I'm just trying to compromise here. Is that really too much to ask?
Jack: No, it's not. But even though Carly's getting stronger and she tries to stay positive, I see how much it takes out of her. Just today as I was leaving, she was really terrified that this could really be the end. So I'm thinking if I move out now, she could take a turn for the worse. If that happened, I'd never be able to live with myself.
Katie: And that's one of the things I love about you. You're not afraid to make a tough choice, no matter what it costs you. But now I have my own choice to make.
Gwen: Hey, you're okay with this, aren't you? You haven't changed your mind about having a family with me?
Will: No, never. And if adoption is the way that we do that, I'm fine with it.
[Cell phone rings]
Paul: Give me the bag.
Barbara: Gwen? Everything okay?
Gwen: I thought you should be the first to know. We're going to do it. Will and I want to adopt.
Barbara: Oh, that is -- that is so wonderful! Listen, I have a friend who works at an agency. I will set everything up. I'll take care of it, okay? I'll talk to you in a little bit. They changed their minds. They want to adopt.
Paul: Okay, just so long as it was their own decision.
Barbara: I'm here with you. She called me. You're my witness.
Paul: Okay, okay. Go ahead and make your calls. I'm going to stop by a travel agency. I want to surprise Rosanna with a honeymoon trip.
Barbara: That's a wonderful idea. It's about time things turned around for this family.
Katie: Tom finished drawing up these papers.
Jack: And you want me to sign them?
Katie: No. But it doesn't look like I'm going to get what I want.
Jack: You think this is what I want? It kills me how much I've hurt you.
Katie: Loving you and not being able to be with you is what's killing me. I can't stay married to you anymore. Not like this.
Carly: There's nothing wrong with me. I'm perfectly fine.
Parker: No, you're not.
Sage: Mommy, here's your makeup.
Carly: Okay, let's get started.
Sage: Mommy, that's a lip color, not an eye color.
Carly: Oh. Okay. Well, it'll look beautiful on your beautiful lips.
Jack: She wants me to meet her at Al's. I'm hoping she's going to tell me that she's had a change of heart.
Parker: Mom, I left part of my costume at the farm. Can I go pick it up?
Carly: Sure. Just be careful on your bike.
Sage: Can you get me a giant chocolate chip cookie from Al's on your way back?
Parker: Mom said no snacks before the party.
Carly: Oh, you know something, why not? Yeah, why don't you get one of those cookies, okay?
Parker: You want me to get Sage a cookie with all the candy she's going to eat tonight?
Carly: Yeah. No, she can have it in her lunchbox tomorrow or something. And suddenly, I've just had a craving for Vienna’s Swedish soup with the chicken.
Parker: You want me to pick some up?
Carly: Yeah, if it won't make you late to the party, that'd be great.
Parker: That's okay, it won't take that long.
Carly: Good. Good, well, thanks.
Katie: So, I guess that's it.
Jack: Maybe some day --
Katie: No, please, Jack, don’t.
Jack: I'm talking about having hope. But I guess I have to respect your decision.
Katie: Jack, wait.
Barbara: Honey, this is my friend Ann Reynolds.
Barbara: My son, Will Munson. She works for one of the best agencies in the state.
Will: Great, sit down. Did you have her on speed dial, Mom?
Barbara: No, no, no. I called Ann, and she was actually on her way, leaving the office, getting ready to leave for a vacation for a month. And I convinced her that the two of you were so eager to adopt that she should come over right away and get the process rolling. Oh, this is my daughter-in-law, Gwen.
Ann: Hi, Gwen.
Gwen: Hi. It must be a sign or something that things are happening so fast.
Ann: I have to point out that this is not the typical situation. I usually set up appointments in my office. But since Barbara is such a good friend, I decided just to make an exception. So if you two are up to it --
Gwen: Oh, we're up to it.
Ann: Great. Well then, we can just start with a few questions and I'll put it in the works. Now, there will be a lot of follow-up needed later, but at least we can get your application into the system.
Gwen: Okay, let's do it.
Meg: Try to remain calm and centered. Sometimes your baby can detect negative emotions. Please.
Ann: Highest level of education?
Gwen: I graduated from Oakdale Latin and Will has his GED.
Ann: No college degrees?
Will: We're in college right now.
Gwen: We had some personal stuff. We had to take a semester or two off. But we're both very serious about finishing school.
Will: And Gwen worked and earned a scholarship so that she could make it through high school.
Barbara: And, you know, they are both really wonderful students. Very, very hard-working, and they're going to get their degrees. And besides that, they're very loving, loving people, and isn't that the most important thing?
Ann: Barbara, Barbara, the interview is for the prospective parents, not the prospective grandmother. Could you just give us a minute here, Sweetie?
Barbara: Sure. I think maybe I'll go over and see how they're doing with the wedding. I will see you both there, okay? I will see you two later. And you have a great vacation. Thank you so much. Bye. [Cell phone rings] Hello? Rosanna? Rosanna, calm down, there's nothing to worry about. Yes, he was with me, but I left him in Old Town. Well, I happen to know he was trying to plan a surprise for you, so maybe he had his cell phone turned off. Yeah, I can head back that way. I'll find him. Don't worry.
Meg: Paul, please talk to me. I'm going crazy.
Paul: Yeah, well, pregnant women are moody. That's your husband's problem, isn't it? Not mine.
Meg: Okay, don’t. Don't treat me that way. I know how upset you are. But I am, too. I never wanted things to be like this.
Paul: Once again, not my problem.
Meg: You're lying.
Paul: Now I know you're confusing me with your husband.
Meg: This baby can't keep me from loving you. Nobody can do that except you. So cry, yell, scream, anything. But treat me like I don't exist, like what we had never existed.
Barbara: Paul -- your fiancée has been trying to reach you.
Paul: I must've left my cell in the car. Everything all right?
Barbara: The photographer's at the house, waiting for you.
Paul: We have to take some photographs before the ceremony.
Barbara: You've got a lot of nerve.
Katie: Thanks. He couldn't even try to meet me halfway.
Henry: I'm so sorry. If there's anything Vienna and I can do --
Parker: Hi, Katie, Henry.
Katie: Hi, Parker.
Henry: Hey, Kiddo. What can get for you?
Parker: I came to get my mom some of Vienna’s Swedish soup.
Henry: Ooh, that's good. It's good stuff. It's full of vitamins and it's guaranteed to cure whatever ails you. I'll go get that.
Parker: Yeah, and could you throw in a cookie for my little sister?
Henry: Yeah, you got it. You got it, you got it.
Katie: So, what are the final plans for Halloween?
Parker: Well, Sage and J.J. and I are going to a party.
Katie: Oh, would you be sure and take a picture of all of you guys together? I really want to see you all dressed up. Oh, and the designer gave me this optional headpiece for Sage's costume. I don't know she's even gonna want it. I think I have it here somewhere.
Parker: Why aren't you wearing your wedding ring?
Sage: Daddy, look at the makeup Mommy did.
Jack: Oh, Honey, you are the most beautiful little princess I've ever seen.
Carly: Sage, why don't you go into the kitchen and pick out one of those trick or treating bags, okay?
Sage: Good, I get first pick, and Parker and J.J. have to have the leftovers.
Carly: How'd it go?
Jack: She didn't change her mind.
Carly: Katie still wants the annulment?
Jack: She had the papers there. And I signed them.
Carly: Jack --
Jack: It's all over.
Carly: I'm sorry.
Katie: I'm not wearing my ring because Jack and I aren't married anymore.
Parker: Just like that?
Katie: Yeah. Sorry, I know it's hard to understand, but he needs to spend more time with your mom and you kids right now, so it's not really working out for us.
Parker: But you -- but you were his wife.
Katie: Right, I know. But not anymore. But I want you to know that I will always be here for you and your brother and sister. I mean, you won't need me, probably, but I'll be here. This is just best for everyone.
Henry: Here you go, Pal.
Parker: How much is it?
Henry: It's on the house.
Parker: Okay. Thank you. I just want you to know that I really like you. We all do. But --
Katie: I know. I know. And it's okay. Get that soup home before it gets cold.
Sage: Which one is the scariest?
Jack: I don't know, that's a really tough choice. Your mom's the one with the artistic eye here. Why don't you let her weigh in?
Carly: Well, let's make it a group effort, huh?
Ann: This is the part prospective parents hate, I know. It's like the warm-up before the adoption, but don't worry, you'll get a chance to talk about why you want to have a child and what child, all the good stuff. We just have to get through the basics first.
Gwen: Okay, yeah. Go ahead.
Ann: Okay this is another one of those required questions. Do either of you have a criminal record? I presume that's a no.
Will: Actually, that's a yes. It was a long time ago and I was a lot younger.
Ann: Are we talking juvenile detention or --
Will: I was sent to a state hospital. A mental institution. Extenuating circumstances.
Ann: I see.
Gwen: No, you don't see, you don't know what happened. Don't stop writing, you need to get all of this down.
Ann: No, I don’t. I already know, this is an adoption that just isn't going to happen.
Barbara: Paul is getting married tonight to the woman he should've been with all along.
Meg: And he is making a mistake.
Barbara: Like the one you made when you married Craig? You live your own miserable life and leave him out of it.
Meg: I still care about Paul.
Barbara: The fact that you can say that while Craig Montgomery’s baby is growing inside of you is mind-boggling. You leave Paul alone, let him live his life with Rosanna. And you? You focus on that baby. I know better than anyone how much energy it takes to protect a child from a dangerous father. And that baby is going to need all your devotion just to survive the mess you've made.
Real estate agent: I need to understand the type of home you're looking for, Mr. Montgomery.
Craig: Well, if you would replace the word "Home" with the word "Mansion," I think you'd be on the right track.
Real estate agent: I see. Maybe something along these lines?
Craig: This one's very nice. Does this have a nursery?
Real estate agent: Well, I have to check the listing, but I'm sure something can be worked out. I assume congratulations are in order.
Craig: Yes, indeed they are. But I am going to need the largest nursery you can find. My wife needs her space.
Sage: Parker, I got first pick of the scary trick or treat bags.
Jack: And where have you been?
Parker: I went by Al's and picked up some of that soup that Mom likes.
Jack: Why didn't you ask me? You knew I was over there.
Carly: Yeah, well, you were with Katie. I didn't want to disturb you.
Parker: I was on my way back from the farm, anyway. And I saw Katie.
Sage: Did you tell her how much I like my costume?
Parker: I did, and she wants a picture of you in it. She wasn't wearing her ring. She said that you two weren't married anymore.
Jack: That's true. I just the timing didn't work out for us.
Sage: So does that mean you and Mommy can get married again?
P.A.: This came for you while you were out.
Katie: Oh, it must be the pictures for that piece on digital art. Thank you. Oh, my God.
Jack: What it means is that I'm not going anywhere anytime soon. And neither are you if you don't run upstairs and get your costume on. Go. Parker, why don't you help your sister? I guess it's too much to expect a child her age to understand what's going on. I can barely understand it myself.
Carly: Maybe she has a point. What better gift could we give our children during this difficult time than to have their family back? What do you think, Jack? Maybe we oughtta get married again, huh?
Next week on "As the World Turns" --
Paul: You're asking me leave Rosanna on our wedding day?
Luke: What did you feel when I fell down? Were you, like, proud? Were you excited that I was your boyfriend?
Carly: I got stronger, and it reminded us of what really matters. Maybe a wedding could do that, too.
Katie: What if Carly's not as sick as she claims to be?
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