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As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 10/30/07
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Proofread By Emma
Brad: What? What?
Katie: Brad, I don't have the energy for you right now. I was just over at Carly’s.
Katie: I was just over at Milltown -- thank you. And I was dropping off the pictures for Jack, leaving them on the porch. And I saw the strangest thing.
Brad: What? Jack and Carly getting it on on the couch or --
Katie: No, but thanks for the visual.
Katie: No, I saw Carly drinking beer and dancing.
Katie: So, I mean she was really dancing. With abandon. And I just thought it was the weirdest thing because she didn't exactly look like a woman who's dying. Not even close.
Jack: Hey, how's it going?
Carly: Fine. Fine.
Jack: You look flushed.
Carly: Do I?
Jack: Yeah. You running a fever?
Carly: No, I -- no, I think maybe I just pushed it a little hard when I was getting the kids ready for Halloween.
Jack: I told you to pace yourself.
Carly: I know. You take such good care of me.
Jack: Well, I dropped the kids off at Old Town for the street fair. It's all decorated for Halloween. Sage thinks its way cool.
Carly: That's good. Those kids deserve to have a good time. They've been through a lot.
Jack: Yeah, so have you. Are you sure you're up for this wedding?
Carly: It's my sister. She's getting married.
Jack: I just mean, you know, weddings can be emotional.
Carly: Yeah, in a good way. What do you got there?
Jack: It's -- it's from Katie.
Katie: You should have seen her, Brad. I mean, she was really dancing. Do you think it's possible that she could be getting better?
Brad: Who knows?
Katie: No, I mean, it really made me wonder. What if Carly's not as sick as she claims to be?
Jack: Katie looks so happy. Right after that, we found out you were sick.
Carly: I'm sorry.
Jack: I understand why she doesn't want to see any of these.
Carly: It can't be easy for you, either. Tell me something, Jack. Looking at these pictures -- does it make you regret letting Katie go?
Bob: Well, you'll have to thank Vienna and Henry for these cupcakes. They're going to be a big hit at the party.
Alison: They wanted to be there to help, but Maddie’s leaving for Wesleyan, so they had to take her to the airport.
Bob: They're going to miss her.
Alison: Yeah, yeah. Maddie and Vienna were like sisters. The way sisters are supposed to be.
Bob: How are you doing, Alison? I mean, you had a big investment in trying to help Gwen have a baby. It must've been tough on you, too when it didn't work out.
Alison: I know it wasn't my fault, but I kind of feel like I let everyone down.
Bob: Not at all. You did a good thing and both Gwen and Will were very grateful to you for it.
Alison: Let's talk about something happy. You must be so excited about seeing Chris.
Bob: Chris? As in my son? He's back?
Alison: Oops. I guess he and Emily wanted to surprise everyone. And I blew it.
Kim: Okay, now. What do you think? Is that all right?
Kim: Okay, good.
Susan: Hi. Hey Kim.
Kim: Oh Susan, hi. I wasn't expecting you.
Susan: Oh, Bob said you needed volunteers. We all have to pitch in for the kids, right?
Kim: Oh, you bet. That's great. This is so cute. Okay, let's hang it here or there?
Chris: You ladies need help?
Kim: You're back!
Chris: We wanted to surprise you.
Kim: I can't believe it! Honey, I'm so glad to see you.
Susan: I missed you so much! What are you doing with Chris Hughes?
Kim: Why are you with Emily Stewart?
Chris: That's our other surprise.
Emily: Chris and I sort of -- rediscovered each other in Paris.
Kim: You two are together?
Chris: Yeah, isn't it great?
Susan: What are you doing?
Meg: I'm so glad you're back home, Mama. I so missed you. Yeah, we really need to catch up. Good. Okay. I'll see you soon.
Craig: Oh hey, good, you're still here. The real estate agent found us the perfect home. But we needed an appointment to see it and we've got to leave right away.
Meg: I'm sorry. I can’t.
Craig: Why not?
Meg: I thought I had lost you, Paul. But here you are today more precious to me than ever. I will get through these next few hours, and I will come back to you, and I will be your wife, Paul Ryan.
Rosanna: Paul, what is it? Are you having second thoughts about the wedding?
Craig: I guess you don't want any reminders of what's happening today.
Meg: No, it's not that.
Craig: I thought we were going to be honest with each other.
Meg: All right. I just don't feel like house-hunting right now. I'm not up to picking out blue wallpaper for a nursery.
Craig: I know that you've accused me of micromanaging your pregnancy. That's not what I'm trying to do. But we cannot live in a hotel room for the rest of our lives.
Meg: Can we talk about this later, please?
Craig: No, actually we can’t. I don't think that we should wait until you're in labor pains to get a bigger place. Come on. Now grab your coat, I want to show you your dream home.
Meg: You're going to have to do it yourself. I just got a call from my mother. She's back home, and I promised I would go visit.
Craig: Okay. Give Emma a hug for me. I'll keep you posted on the house.
Paul: Of course I'm not having second thoughts. I can't wait to marry you.
Rosanna: Okay, sorry I was worried there for a second.
Paul: Rosanna, these are our wedding rings. The minister's on his way. You really have nothing to worry about.
Rosanna: I can't wait to be your wife, that's all.
Barbara: Oh, why don't I have my camera? I got my cell phone. Cell phone picture -- ready? Here you go! Lovely.
Paul: We have a professional photographer. You don't need to do that.
Barbara: You never can have too many pictures. I don't think I've ever seen a happier couple. And this family needs a reason to celebrate.
Paul: You ready to say I do?
Rosanna: Oh boy -- I can't wait!
Barbara: Not until you make sure this dress fits you like a glove.
Paul: This is my mom's really subtle way of telling me to get the hell out. Which is good because it'll give me a chance to go pick up your wedding gift.
Rosanna: Oh, yes. Yes, yea!
Paul: I'll see you later. You two stay here and you can start my fan club.
Rosanna: So romantic.
Barbara: Yes he is.
Barbara: Now tell me if this isn't the happiest day of your life.
Emily: Thank you for the warm welcome home.
Susan: I'm sorry. But you could have called me to tell me you were back? And what is this craziness with Chris Hughes? Are you trying to get back at your sister for sleeping with Dusty?
Emily: That's not what this is about, Mother. I have made peace with Alison and Dusty. I've moved on.
Susan: With Alison's ex-fiancé?
Emily: That's not what this is about! Would you give me -- Chris has had a crush on me forever, okay? So we're both free. We're having some fun. We'll see where it goes.
Susan: I can't even begin to count the ways that that is a bad idea. You're too old for him, for starters.
Emily: Well, Chris makes me forget that. But thank you for pointing it out.
Chris: There's not that big of an age difference. And why should it matter?
Kim: Okay, all right. Under other circumstances, I might agree with you. But Honey, the Stewart women have been so toxic to our family. Your father and Susan. Tom and Emily. You and Alison. Why in heaven's name do you want to get burned again?
Chris: I'm not going to get burned. I'm enjoying myself with Emily. Why can't you just relax and be happy for me?
Emily: For once in your life, can't you be happy for me?
Susan: I'm trying to keep an open mind. I don't know how your sister's going to handle it.
Emily: Alison knows. I saw her last night. She knows I'm with Chris.
Emily: I was too jet-lagged to call you. She handled the whole thing very much like an adult. Better than you are.
Susan: It's an act. When you left, after that video disaster with her and Dusty --
Emily: Can we not talk about the video? Stop!
Susan: I'm just saying that there was hell to pay. I fell off the wagon.
Emily: You what?
Susan: And Alison almost used again.
Emily: You --
Susan: It's okay now. It's okay now. We both go to meetings and I haven't had another slip. But it was hard on your sister to see me like that.
Emily: Poor Ali.
Susan: You don't know the half of it. She really wanted to get back with Aaron, but that didn't work out. So she's really vulnerable. And then you show up out of the blue with all people --Chris Hughes.
Emily: And you're afraid she's going to have a setback.
Susan: I'm sorry. I know I'm laying on the guilt.
Emily: You? Never. Mother, I would never do anything to deliberately hurt my sister.
Susan: Well I know that. But now that you're back, you better put aside some time for her. You two have a lot to talk about and I wouldn't put it off. She really needs her sister back.
Jack: If anyone told me when these pictures were taken that I'd be signing annulment papers today -- you know, I don't blame her for not wanting these around. I don't know what to do with them myself.
Carly: Jack -- you took off your ring.
Jack: Katie gave me hers back. I guess that means it's really over.
Carly: You shouldn't be alone now. You should be around people who care about you.
Jack: You're right. You're right. I should be focusing on you and the kids. Making this time together count.
Carly: That's the spirit.
Jack: Shouldn't we be getting ready for this wedding?
Carly: Yes. And thank you for being my date.
Jack: Yeah well, she is your sister. Even if she is marrying Paul Ryan.
Carly: Who can explain true love?
Jack: Not me.
Katie: She looked really healthy, Brad.
Brad: Maybe she's just having a good day.
Katie: So you don't think she's exaggerating her condition?
Brad: I don't know. It's not, you know, like Carly's pulled some fast ones before. But, you know, lying to her kids about dying? I mean, that's -- that's going beyond the line.
Katie: Right. That is pretty cruel. Even for Carly.
Brad: She loves those kids. And, you know, they're praying that she gets better.
Katie: Maybe their prayers are working. Maybe her condition's getting better.
Brad: Yeah, you know -- she could be -- or you know, she could just be in denial and just kind of over compensating and -- or, I don't know. Eventually she's going to hit the wall, and it's not going to be pretty.
Katie: So you think that she's holding off giving in to the illness as long as she can.
Brad: Yeah. Yeah, something like that. Yeah.
Katie: Poor Carly. Why am I so suspicious? I'm a terrible person.
Brad: No, no, no. You're not. Don't -- don't think about Jack and Carly. I don't think it's good for you to focus on them right now.
Katie: Yeah, you're right. I'm just going to go drown my sorrows by checking my e-mail.
[Cell phone ringing]
Carly: All right, Brad, you only call when there's a problem. So what is it?
Brad: You almost blew it. Katie came by to drop something off for Jack and she saw you dancing. And like slugging back beers.
Carly: What was she doing? Spying on me? Look, Brad, I know this is hard. But my kids, they've waited so long to have their family back. I'm so close. I just need a little more time, okay?
Brad: The more time we give it, the more chance there is this whole thing could blow up in our faces!
Carly: I'm not going to let that happen. I'm taking Jack to my sister's wedding tonight. And if everything goes the way I want it to, he's change his mind and he'll say that he'll marry me.
Brad: You better get results. Because I don't know how much longer I can do this.
Carly: I will get the results, Brad. Tonight. So what does everyone want for dinner?
Katie: Good advice, Brad. I've got to stop obsessing over Jack and Carly. And I'm going to stop walking around here feeling sorry for myself.
Brad: You want to shake the blues, I'm your man.
Katie: Good. Well, if you're serious about that, will you come with me to a party at the hospital? It's a Halloween party. We can take all the left over candy from our Halloween show, and donate it.
Brad: Oh man. Put a whole bunch of sick kids into sugar shock? I don't know. This candy's mine.
Katie: Come on.
Brad: But mine.
Katie: I want to do something positive. Put positive energy out there. Maybe if I do something good in this world, it'll come back to me.
Brad: That's very Zen.
Katie: Thanks. Well, what do you think? Come on. I've got to start trying to turn my life around.
Brad: Which way, riding hood? All right. Lead the way to Grandma's house. What? What?
Katie: You crack me up.
Bob: Welcome home, Son.
Chris: It's good to be back.
Kim: Honey, we missed you like crazy, but we were so proud of what you were doing.
Bob: That work you did in Darfur must have been amazing. They were lucky to have you.
Chris: I was the lucky one, Dad. Running that clinic made me remember why I became a doctor.
Kim: All I can say is, thank God you're home safe. Dodging those bullets for two years, that was enough.
Bob: So how long were you in Paris?
Chris: A month. That's when I hooked up with Emily.
Emily: Did someone say my name?
Bob: Emily, if you had a hand in bringing Chris back to Oakdale, we're very grateful.
Kim: Yes, we certainly are.
Emily: Well it was my pleasure. I gotta go talk to my sister, okay? Think you can manage to party alone?
Chris: Won't be as much fun. But we can make up for it later --
Emily: Okay -- bye.
Kim: Umm, excuse me. I've got to go check on a couple things. See you later.
Bob: Well listen, I guess after being in a war zone, Memorial is a little sedate. But you know, being a hometown doctor has its advantages.
Chris: I know you'd love me to work here --
Bob: Listen, if you decide to stick around -- you've have an in with the chief of staff.
Chris: What if I want your job, Dad?
Bob: You got it. When I retire -- in about 25 years.
Chris: Well, I'll have pretty big shoes to fill. You do great work here.
Bob: Hey, listen, there are some great perks, too. We're going to give these kids a happy Halloween if we can. Come on, you guys.
Chris: Hey, what's up guys?
Bob: This is only the beginning.
Chris: All right.
Kim: Oh, I'm so glad you decided to come. Thank you for this.
Brad: What am I, chopped liver? What?
Kim: You too, you too.
Katie: Brad's just in it for the candy.
Kim: Well listen, he's going to have to wait. You're just going to have to excuse us because there's somebody here who would be glad to see you again. Just a minute, we'll be back.
Katie: Chris Hughes. Oh my God, I don't believe it!
Chris: Katie, you look fantastic! Marriage must agree with you. You're Mrs. Jack Snyder now, right?
Jack: Wow. You -- you look amazing.
Carly: Thanks. Hook me?
Jack: Sure. It's incredible how good you look. It really is. If I didn't know what you were going through, I wouldn't think you'd had a sick day in your life.
Carly: Well, it's my sister's wedding. Anything for her. Oh, speaking of which -- she has asked that we each do a reading at the ceremony.
Jack: Oh, no. No, no, no, no.
Carly: Don't worry. It's going to be fine. Come here. Just, you practice it, okay? That's my favorite part. When two people share so much history, they can communicate without words. It's like us, isn't it? You can look at me, and you know what I'm thinking.
Jack: Not always.
Carly: Well, why don't I tell you? When people have shared so much together -- they can't help but find their way back to each other.
Barbara: Rosanna, are you sure you're okay?
Rosanna: Yeah, I just -- I just can't believe that I'm here, you know? I mean, after all the time that I lost with Paul. And now we have this beautiful second chance. It's such a gift.
Barbara: Yes, it is. We thought we'd lost Paul, too. And now he's back. And you're here. That's why this day is so special.
Rosanna: I promise I'm not going to cry all over that gorgeous dress you designed.
Barbara: You'd better not.
Rosanna: No, seriously. I want this day to be perfect. And I won't let anything ruin it.
Meg: I missed you so much.
Emma: Oh, not as much as I missed you. So, how are you doing?
Meg: Fine. Fine. Hanging in there. How's Iva?
Emma: She's so much better. She wanted me to stay longer, but I -- you know, I had to get back for the harvest, and then I really wanted to be here for Luke.
Meg: Yeah, poor kid. You know, it's been really tough for Holden and Lily.
Emma: They're not the only ones who are having problems, are they?
Meg: Is it that obvious?
Emma: Well, you sounded pretty upset on the phone. Is it about Craig?
Meg: It's our marriage. It's getting more difficult, if that's possible. And I know you told me it was a mistake marrying Craig to get Lucinda’s company back. And if only I had listened, none of this would've happened.
Emma: None of what would have happened? What?
Meg: When I found out Paul was alive, I was still with Craig. And I would've left him. But Paul came back with Rosanna. And now, they're getting married.
Emma: You still -- you still have feelings for him, don't you?
Meg: More than ever. And I know he still has strong feelings for me, too. And we would be together right now, but it's been one complication after the other -- things we didn't even expect.
Emma: What things?
Meg: I'm pregnant, Mama.
Emma: Oh, Sweetheart.
Meg: Paul is sure that it's Craig's child. But -- I'm not. I'm not sure of anything anymore. I am having a baby and I don't even know -- I'm sorry my life is a mess and I don't know what I'm going to do.
Craig: Hey Paul, I was so glad I ran into you -- this saves me a trip to Fairwinds.
Paul: You come to Fairwinds tonight and I'll shoot you.
Craig: You gotta love a guy who can joke on his wedding day.
Paul: I'm not joking. What makes you think I'm joking?
Craig: Okay. This is from Meg and I, for you and your bride. With our best wishes. Come on, Paul, lighten up, all right? We both have reasons to celebrate. You are finally with the woman you love. I am having a child with my beautiful wife. So let's just let bygones be bygones, huh?
Paul: You can keep your gift.
Craig: All right, Paul, you know what? Hey, what do you say? I think we all just need to move on from this. That's what Meg and I are doing.
Paul: I don't give a damn what you and Meg are doing. You stay the hell away from me and Rosanna.
Emma: I only wish that you could embrace this time, Meg. I knew you've always wanted to have a little baby.
Meg: I have -- but not this way.
Emma: It's a blessing. It's a wonderful blessing. And no matter what, you know this family is going to love a child of yours.
Meg: I know. But this child deserves to know its father. And if that father is Paul, nothing would make me happier, but when I told him that it could be his, he didn't even want to consider the possibility.
Emma: Why? Why do you think that is? Hmm?
Meg: He's still angry at me for staying married to Craig. He thinks that I deserve being stuck with him. And now he's turning his back on me. He's marrying Rosanna and there's nothing I can do to stop him.
Emma: Please, you have to be careful here. You have to not have any secrets around all this. You must remember, it's the baby that matters now. No matter who the father is. You're its mother, and you have to do what's best for your child.
Barbara: Could I please get you to stand still? I'm almost done.
Rosanna: I'm sorry. I'm sorry I'm so fidgety. I'm normally not like this.
Barbara: Well, brides are supposed to be nervous. But I promise you, nothing will ruin this wedding.
Rosanna: I still think Meg is going to go after Paul.
Barbara: You know what? Meg is pregnant with Craig's child, and he's probably going to keep her in lockdown for the next nine months.
Rosanna: As long as she doesn't come anywhere near this wedding or Paul, I'll be fine.
Barbara: You have nothing to worry about whatsoever. You and Paul are going to have a long, happy life together. Now, take a look. You look spectacular!
Paul: You're the most beautiful bride I've ever seen.
Barbara: What are you doing? Get out of here! You're going to ruin everything! It's bad luck. Paul, go away!
Carly: I want you to know that I'm grateful for everything you've done. And no matter what happens, whether we are together or not -- I can deal with whatever the future brings because of you.
Jack: You just keep thinking positive, okay?
Carly: I will.
Jack: Come on. We can't be late for this wedding.
Carly: Oh, here. Don't -- don't forget this. Please, Jack, I know you don't want to do it, but really, it would mean the world to me. It really would.
Jack: You can always get to me.
Carly: I hope so.
Chris: Hey Guys, get in here. There's plenty of candy. Come on. Hey, I'm sorry about before. I had no idea that you were divorced from Jack Snyder.
Katie: Annulled, actually. It means technically the marriage never happened.
Chris: Still, it's got to hurt.
Katie: Well, I should've seen it coming -- Jack always goes back to Carly.
Chris: I'm sorry. But hey, I guess she wouldn't be Carly if she stood around and watched you take her man without a fight.
Katie: Yeah, you're right. Carly always does fight for what she wants.
Brad: You're missing the party. How are you doing, Chris.
Chris: Hey, what's up?
Katie: Yeah, Chris and I were just catching up. We used to work here together. Well, I was just a peon. He was an intern. You know how the girls love the sexy, young doctors. So tell me, what's your story. What brought you back to Oakdale?
Chris: Actually, it was Emily Stewart.
Alison: So let me guess -- Mom sent you.
Emily: She thinks you're upset that I'm with Chris.
Alison: Not upset. More like, caught off-guard.
Emily: Honey, if you think I'm doing this to make you crazy, you're wrong.
Alison: Are you sure? I mean -- are you still upset about what happened with Dusty?
Emily: No, I'm not. I've put that in the past where it belongs. Why do I get the feeling, no matter how many times I tell you, you're never going to believe that I forgive you?
Barbara: Rosanna --
Barbara: A couple of minutes is all we need and it'll be perfect. Now you two behave.
Rosanna: Where's my gift?
Paul: Oh, you don't get it until after you're Mrs. Paul Ryan.
Rosanna: This is really happening, isn't it?
Paul: Yep, we're going to get hitched. Nothing can stop us now.
Meg: Thank God it's not too late.
[Cell phone rings]
Paul: This is a really bad time. What do you want?
Meg: I need to see you -- before the wedding.
Paul: No way. Forget it.
Meg: We need to talk, Paul. In private. And if you won't meet me, I'm going to come tell Rosanna the truth.
Paul: You wouldn't dare.
Meg: I swear I will.
Paul: All right, look, I can't let anybody see us together today.
Meg: Meet me at the cemetery on Thornhill Road. The south gate. It's not far from Fairwinds.
Paul: I'll give you five minutes.
Craig: You going somewhere?
Meg: Uh, actually, I just got back.
Craig: How's your mom?
Meg: Fine. Fine. She says hello.
Craig: Aren't you going to ask me about the house I saw?
Meg: How was the house you saw?
Craig: It's perfect. It's newly-renovated. There's servants' quarters, state-of-the-art security. It's a tremendous location. Best part is, there's space for huge nursery right off the master bedroom suite.
Meg: Sounds very impressive.
Craig: I'd like to put a bid on it, but not until you've seen it. Why don't I just give you the virtual tour?
Meg: No. No --
Craig: Do you want get a house or not?
Meg: Of course I do. Look, I'm just not feeling well. I need to take a nap.
Craig: Okay. You know what? I'll turn the bed down for you.
Meg: It's okay. Why don't you go put an offer in on the house? I trust your judgment. I think you should go ahead. If you wait, we might lose it.
Craig: Feel better. Take care of yourself.
Meg: See you soon.
Alison: When you left town, Emily, you said you'd never be able to forget what happened with Dusty and me.
Emily: I needed time, Ali. And I took it. And now that I have some perspective, I don't want to dwell on the negative. Okay? I just want to be happy. And I am, thanks to Chris.
Alison: So, the two of you are pretty serious?
Emily: No. Oh, no, that's the best part. We're just having fun. I mean, you know, Chris -- how easy-going he is. He doesn't judge me. He doesn't ask me about all the stupid things I've done in my past. We're just having fun.
Alison: Wow, you are very lucky. I wish I had someone like that in my life.
Emily: Well, maybe you need to get a little pro-active. And get out there and find yourself a wonderful guy. Just do me a favor, make sure it's not Chris.
Brad: Thank you.
Katie: So, that neurologist that's treating Carly, what's his name?
Brad: Why do you want to know?
Katie: Just curious. Do you know his name?
Brad: No. No, I don't remember. Pretty cold guy, though. Not the kind of -- you don't want to spend time with --
Katie: I didn't say I wanted to date the guy.
Brad: I thought the point of coming here was to get your mind off the whole Carly thing. Come on, let's show these kids how to have some fun. Hey, everybody! Katie's going to show you how to do the chicken dance.
Kids: Okay! Okay!
Brad: You do it.
Jack: Paul -- congratulations.
Paul: Thanks. I'm really glad you could make it.
Jack: I'm here for Carly.
Rosanna: I am so glad that you could make it.
Carly: Oh, I wouldn't miss my sister's wedding?
Rosanna: You look beautiful. I was afraid that you wouldn't be well enough -- and as much as I love having you here, you have to let me know if you get even the littlest bit tired, okay? I don't want you to overdue it.
Carly: Okay, Rosanna, listen to me. I'm going to be fine. And if anybody should believe in miracles, it's you. So, maybe I'll get my miracle, huh? And maybe this wedding will inspire Jack to marry me again.
Paul: Why don't you go on in there and get yourself a drink and I'll see you in a little bit?
Jack: Where are you going?
Paul: Well, I've got to run an errand. Something I've got to take care of.
Alison: I really am happy for you, Emily. It's weird that you're with Chris, but I'll deal.
Emily: Alison, I want you to be happy. So, get out there and find your own smart, successful, handsome, funny -- stop me anytime you want -- oh, speak of the devil.
Alison: Don't keep him waiting. Go on. Have fun. Happy Halloween.
Emily: All right, wait. We're good here?
Alison: We're good. Go have fun.
Emily: Okay. I love you.
Katie: I never would have gotten through those late night shifts without your chocolate stash. Oh, Libby -- you might know. I was wondering, I was trying to remember of this doctor that used to work here. He's a neurologist that specializes in brain tumors.
Libby: Oh, you probably mean Dr. Evers.
Katie: Yes, that's right. I'm just doing some research for the show. And I was wondering if you knew where his office was?
Libby: I'm sorry, you're out of luck. Actually, he's on an indefinite leave of absence as of today.
Katie: Really? What's that about?
Libby: Well, the rumor mill says, that there's a possible malpractice suit -- something about a patient he misdiagnosed.
Rosanna: Here, Sweetie.
Carly: You still need to get ready. Would you let me help you?
Rosanna: Oh, no, no, that's Barbara’s territory, since it's her creation. I would've had you design it, but -- you kind of have a lot going on.
Carly: That's all right. You're going to look fabulous. I can't wait.
Rosanna: I really do hope that this wedding brings you and Jack closer.
Carly: I hope so too. Won't it be wonderful if we both got a second chance with the man we were meant to be with?
Craig: Hey, Meg? Meg? I'm back. Oh, Meg. Where did you go?
Barbara: Have you seen Paul anywhere?
Rosanna: You know, I was about to ask the same question. Can't have a wedding without a groom.
Jack: Uh, he left. Said he had to run an errand. Wouldn't tell me where.
Paul: What the hell do you want?
Meg: I can't let you marry Rosanna.
On the next "As the World Turns."
Katie: Did you know about Dr. Evers misdiagnosis?
Carly: To us. And making the most of a damn fine evening.
Noah: I came here to see you.
Craig: Because my wife is missing. Do you have any idea where she might be?
Meg: If you marry Rosanna, I promise you will live to regret it.
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