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As The World Turns Transcript Friday 11/2/07
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Carly: Good morning.
Jack: What time is it?
Carly: It's breakfast time. I hope you're hungry.
Jack: Where are the kids?
Carly: Oh, I got them dressed and off to school. I told them not to wake you on their way out. So, of course, J.J. dropped his hockey stick on Sage's foot, and then Parker yelled at them both to be quiet. [Jack chuckles] But you slept like a baby.
Jack: Mmm, bacon.
Carly: Mm-hmm. And sausage, scrambled eggs, onions and peppers, and hot sauce.
Jack: All my favorites.
Carly: Well, you've been so good to me, Jack.
Jack: Oh, thank you.
Carly: I wanted to return the favor.
Jack: That's incredible. I don't know how you do it. It's almost like --
Carly: What were you going to say?
Jack: Nothing. Nothing. Just -- lately, I forget -- I forget about you being sick.
Carly: Well, I did wake up with a load of energy. It must've been that wedding. It gave me something to hope for.
Brad: No, no message. I just wanted to make sure that Ms. Peretti got to the hotel okay. Yeah, when she wakes up, make sure she gets the deluxe spa package. Yeah, that's right. Massage, mud bath, manicure, the works. And send the bill to Brad Snyder at WOAK. But don't say it's from me. Tell her -- a fan sent it to her. Thank you.
Emma: My goodness. You are really being very nice to Katie. Wow.
Brad: She deserves some TLC after the way Jack treated her.
Emma: Brad, now look, I'm not making any excuses for Jack. But you know, he needs to be with Carly and the children right now.
Emma: But I know you, Brad. Giving Katie this royal treatment can only mean one thing. You have a guilty conscience about something, hmm?
Carly: Paul and Rosanna got a second chance to be together. That's what I want for us.
Jack: Actually, more like a third or fourth chance, but who's counting?
Carly: When they were saying their vows last night, Jack -- admit it. You were feeling the same way I was.
Will: Hey, Gwen, come back to bed. Gwen, are you here?
Iris: Well, look who's an early bird. But actually, I got up earlier. So, I guess I get the worm. So, thought anymore about my offer?
Barbara: You are like a recurring nightmare. Leave me alone.
Iris: Uh, no, no, no. The nightmare is that Will and Gwen can't adopt a little baby because Will was in the loony bin. It's all your fault. Oh, you just must feel so awful.
Barbara: I'd feel better if you'd drop dead.
Iris: Oh, come on, Honey, this is a no-brainer. My son's having a kid he can't afford. What better way to get Will and Gwen a precious little bundle of joy of their very own to adopt? All you gotta do is just cough up the dough.
Will: Hey. I've been looking everywhere for you. When I woke up and you were gone, I got really worried. Are you okay? What's wrong?
Gwen: You still haven't given me an honest answer. Do you think marrying me was a mistake?
Meg: Craig, what happened? Where's my baby?
Craig: It's not your baby anymore, Meg. It's my baby now.
Paul: So, what do you think of married life?
Rosanna: Well, it's almost everything I thought it would be.
Paul: Almost? Is there a problem?
Rosanna: No, no, last night at our wedding -- our wedding night was perfect. Except for one thing.
Meg: Oh, Paul, thank God, you need to help me. Craig -- Craig took our baby. We need to get her --
Paul: That baby means nothing to me. That baby belongs to Craig. Face it, Meg. You'll never get away from him now.
Meg: No, no! No! No!
Craig: Baby, its okay. No, I'm telling you. It's all right. I've got you. I've got you. I've got you. I've got you. It's okay. It's okay.
Paul: Um, what -- what's wrong? Is there a problem?
Rosanna: You know I love you, Paul. And I want our marriage to last. But for that to happen, we have to be honest with each other.
Paul: I agree. That's exactly what I want, also.
Rosanna: Good. Then tell me, when you went to the cemetery last night before the wedding, why were you with Meg?
Will: Gwen, it's not your fault that you can't get pregnant. Besides, I'm the reason that we can't adopt.
Gwen: If you were with somebody else, you could have a baby of your own.
Will: I don't want to be with anybody else.
Gwen: And what if you have to go the rest of your life without having a child?
Will: Well then, I'll deal, because I'll have you.
Gwen: Think about it, Will. We fell in love taking care of Johnny. When we had to give him up, all we did was dream about having a baby. A real family.
Will: We are a family -- you and me.
Gwen: I can never give you a child. And one day, you will resent that. If you were with somebody else --
Will: Just stop it! I don't want to be with anybody else. All I need is you.
Gwen: You say that now. But down the line, what if I'm not enough?
Barbara: I still can't believe you have the audacity to want to sell your own grandchild.
Iris: When Gwen adopts a baby, it's still gonna be my grandkid. What's the diff?
Barbara: It's unconscionable.
Iris: Oh Honey, like you've never done anything underhanded.
Barbara: I will not -- repeat, will not do this. No deal. Don't ask again!
Will: Gwen, my life doesn't make sense without you. You and I, we've been through so much together. And we're going to get through this, too. But we can't give up on each other.
Gwen: I don't know how you can be so positive about all of this.
Will: Do you remember the reading that you did at the wedding last night? "Love believes all things, love endures all things." Look at Paul and Rosanna. They're marrying each other knowing that they can't have a child of their own. But they love each other, and that's all they need. It's no different with you and me. We're the same way.
Gwen: I want to believe that.
Will: Believe it. We're forever.
Paul: Did you have me followed again?
Rosanna: No. I was there. I saw you.
Paul: You saw me with Meg in a graveyard and you didn't say anything?
Rosanna: Well, I was hoping that you would tell me.
Paul: So the whole time last night, when you were asking me where I was, you already knew?
Paul: How long were you watching?
Paul: You're asking me to leave Rosanna on our wedding day on the off-chance that you might be pregnant with my child?
Rosanna: I saw you and meg from a distance, that's all. But I need to know. What were you and Meg talking about?
Craig: It's all right, it's all right. You were having a nightmare.
Meg: I dreamed I came home and I couldn't find my baby.
Craig: Was I in the dream?
Meg: Yes. But you couldn't help me. I felt all alone.
Craig: Well, you're not. You're not. I would never let anything bad happen to you or the baby. I'm going to take care of both of you from now on.
Meg: You know, Craig, I have a lot to do today. So I should jump in the shower and get started.
Paul: What you saw was Meg’s last-ditch attempt to stop the wedding. But I made it very clear to her that I was committed to you.
Rosanna: Well, it's just that the two of you looked rather intense.
Paul: Yeah, well it was. It was very intense. She was very upset because I turned her down.
Rosanna: Was that all?
Paul: Look, I'm sorry. I should've been honest with you about this last night. But I didn't want to upset you right before our wedding.
Rosanna: Well, yes, of course. I can see why.
Paul: Believe me -- what Meg said to me out there meant nothing to me. Do you believe me?
Rosanna: Of course I believe you. Why wouldn't I?
Craig: Hey, I got you some herbal tea.
Meg: Thank you.
Craig: I'll get it. I'll serve you, I got it. You know, I'm thinking if you are feeling up to coming back to work, I do have an interesting project for you. It's like cutting-edge medical technology. You could be saving lives, you could be saving the world.
Craig: You want some fruit or yogurt with this?
Meg: No, nothing. My stomach feels a little queasy. You know, I don't think I'm really up to going into work today.
Craig: Oh, okay. Sure, no problem. Why don't you go back to bed then?
Meg: No, my mother always has some kind of home remedy. I think I'll drop by the farm.
Craig: Oh, well just give me a second. I'll drive you, okay?
Meg: Nope, no. Remember, we agreed that you'll give me some space?
Craig: Sure, yeah. No pressure. Say hi to your mom.
Emma: You still haven't answered my question. Are you giving Katie the royal treatment because you have a guilty conscience about something? Hmm? Hmm?
Brad: You know, Aunt Emma, I could never put one over on you. Okay, okay. Here's the real deal. While Katie’s away in Bahamas for some much-deserved R and R. I'll be doing the show solo. And if I get great ratings -- before long, they might be saying, Katie who?" And maybe they'll start calling it the "Brad Snyder show." Or "Brad Snyder: Unplugged."
Emma: My my. Well that's a nice try, cutie pie. But it's pretty obvious to see you're lying through those beautiful teeth of yours.
Jack: Yes, the wedding brought back memories. A lot of memories.
Carly: Enough to make you wish we were the ones saying the I do's?
Jack: In a perfect world, maybe, Carly. But this is reality. Tying the knot right now, would send the wrong signal to our kids.
Carly: That their parents love each other? That they want their family together?
Jack: It's not that simple. I still have feelings for you, yes, I admit that. I'm also in love with Katie. A big part of me is still in that relationship. Getting married you right -- it would just -- it's not going to change that.
Carly: I understand. But don't you think there are times in life when doing something symbolic can make all the difference? If we committed to each other again in front of our children -- it would be me standing up and shouting, I have a future. That would mean everything to my recovery, Jack. I'm feeling so much better, but I think that would really just put me right over the top. [Cell phone rings] Hello?
Nelson: Carly Tenney, please?
Carly: This is she. Who's calling?
Nelson: Oh, hello. My name is Nelson Hotchkiss. I'm an attorney representing Dr. Charles Evers. I'd like to speak to you regarding your recent misdiagnosis. Can you meet me at the Lakeview Hotel, in say in half an hour?
Carly: I don't think so, no.
Nelson: Well if it's more convenient, I could drop by your house?
Carly: No, no. No, that's okay. I'll be there as soon as I can.
Jack: What's going on? Who was on the phone?
Emma: Now come on, Brad. You've never been that ambitious in any job you've ever had.
Brad: Maybe I've changed.
Emma: Well, that would be nice. But I know one way that you haven't changed, and that's kind of the jealousy you feel with Jack. And particularly this thing that went on between him and Katie.
Brad: Okay, that's all true. But just because Jack blew it big time with Katie, doesn't mean I have to.
Emma: Well, I'm afraid that's just what you're doing. I mean, you should take my advice now. A man doesn't win a woman's heart by sneaking around behind her back.
Jack: Who was it? Who was on the phone?
Carly: The pharmacy. I have to pick up a prescription.
Jack: You know what? I can go grab it for you, if you want.
Carly: No! That's not necessary. I'll do it.
Jack: No, I got a better idea. Let me go jump in the shower and then I can go with you.
Gwen: Look, I want you to understand why I'm having such a hard time with this. Because I keep thinking of ten years from now when all the guys your age will be dads.
Will: Yeah, so they'll be dads. That doesn't automatically make them happy. But I will be, because I'll be with you.
Gwen: But if you never would have met me -- you'd be with someone like Alison. And she could give you kids.
Will: If that's all I wanted out of life. But it's not. If you keep this up, you're really going to tick me off.
Gwen: I'm sorry. I got up really early this morning. I'm just going to go lie down.
Barbara: Good morning.
Will: Hey Mom.
Barbara: I brought Gwen her favorite cranberry scones. How's she doing?
Will: She's not good -- at all. She's not eating, she's not sleeping. It's like once she found that we couldn't adopt, she decided that we have no future. I'm really scared, Mom. If we don't work this out, I'm afraid I'm going to lose her.
Jack: We passed the pharmacy. Why didn't you stop in?
Carly: That can wait. I want to go into the book store, get some early Christmas shopping done. Actually, I might pick something out for you, so you can't come with me.
Jack: Okay, fine. I've got some stuff to do myself, so happy shopping.
Emma: Try one of these ginger cookies. Ginger is very good for morning sickness.
Meg: Mmm -- you know, I don't know if I'm sick all the time because I'm pregnant, or because I'm so stressed.
Emma: Have you spoken to Paul?
Meg: Yes. And he still went ahead and married Rosanna anyway.
Emma: He won't believe that maybe the baby could be his?
Meg: No. He's sure that it's Craig's. And that's why I have to go ahead and do a DNA test.
Emma: Are you going to have an amnio?
Meg: I can't wait for that. There's another test. It's called CVS.
Emma: Is that safe?
Meg: Yes, yes. And if it does prove that the baby is Paul's, then everything will change.
Emma: And if it doesn't? If it's Craig's baby? Can you live with that?
Meg: It'll be hard. But I would have to make it work with Craig for the baby's sake.
Emma: Can you do that? Can you live married to one man when your heart belongs to another?
Craig: Well, don't you two look happy.
Paul: Bribing the help again, huh, Craig?
Craig: Well, what can I say? The downstairs maid has always had a weakness for chocolates. Gets me in the door every time. Listen, I tried to give this to Paul before the wedding. I hope that you will accept it now with our sincere best wishes. This is from Meg and me.
Rosanna: Oh, thank you.
Paul: Check, make sure it's not ticking.
Craig: Well, all joking aside, I do hope we can get beyond hard feelings, and enjoy our married lives.
Rosanna: Yes, I hope so.
Craig: I've got an idea -- perhaps the four of us should get together and celebrate. You know, when Meg's feeling a little bit better.
Paul: Meg's not feeling well?
Craig: Just a touch of morning sickness. But I'm sure Meg and our baby are going to be just fine. But I do appreciate your concern, Paul.
Jack: Hey, is Katie around?
Brad: Oh, sorry, Bro. She's out of town.
Jack: Really, where'd she go?
Brad: Needed to get away for obvious reasons.
Jack: I didn't know she was taking off.
Brad: Well, she doesn't answer to you anymore. You know, and as I recall, you didn't tell her when you and Carly took that quickie trip down memory lane in Montana.
Jack: Wow, that is really none of your business.
Brad: You know, it's also none of your business. 'Cause you're not married to her anymore. So why don't you leave her alone?
Nelson: Ms. Tenney?
Nelson: I'm glad you could make it.
Carly: Well I didn't have much choice, did I?
Nelson: I'm Nelson Hotchkiss. Please, have a seat. Would you like some coffee?
Carly: I'd like to know what this is about.
Nelson: I'm a partner at the law firm, Greenblatt and Hotchkiss. Have you heard of us? We specialize in medical litigation. Corporate liability, class action suits, that sort of thing.
Carly: And you represent Dr. Evers. Why would he send a lawyer to talk to me?
Nelson: Dr. Evers has taken an indefinite leave from Oakdale Memorial.
Carly: Did he leave because of my misdiagnoses?
Nelson: He'd like to put this incident behind him. Move on with his career. He's prepared to offer you a very generous settlement -- for your complete cooperation.
Carly: That's a lot of money.
Nelson: Dr. Evers just wants to move on.
Carly: And if I accept this, it'll all be over?
Nelson: Yes. And you would relinquish all rights in perpetuity to sue or claim damages. The case would be closed, your files sealed.
Carly: So no one would know?
Nelson: The agreement is strictly confidential. Look, Dr. Evers plans to open a new practice in Chicago. He'd like a good recommendation from the chief of staff at Memorial. Therefore, Dr. Robert Hughes cannot be made aware of this situation, despite any rumors that may have circulated among the staff. If you accept these terms, both parties agree to keep this completely private.
Jack: Since when did you become Katie’s keeper?
Brad: Since you broke her heart into a lot of little pieces and she needed someone to help her pick them up.
Jack: Has it occurred to you, that maybe you're taking advantage of Katie being so vulnerable?
Brad: I doubt that I could hurt her any more than you already have.
Jack: Despite how much I've hurt her, I still care about her and I always will. So I'm not going to stand back and watch you use her, Brad.
Brad: You know what? I don't think she wants you hanging around trying to be her bodyguard. So why don't you concentrate on someone who might actually want you around -- like Carly.
Nelson: I realize you may want some time to think this over. But unfortunately, I'm leaving town. I need an answer today.
Carly: No, I don't need any more time. Thank Dr. Evers for his generous offer -- but I can't take the money.
Craig: I'm sure Meg’s morning sickness is just a sign that she's going to have a healthy baby. But when she is feeling better, why don't the four of us get together for dinner?
Paul: Yeah, let's do that. Never. How about never? Never work for you?
Craig: Too bad. I thought we could all be more mature about this. Aren't you happy with the way things turned out?
Paul: I'll be happy, Craig, when you just leave.
Craig: See, I would have thought that you would've been in a much better mood the morning after your wedding. Hope you two aren't having problems already.
Meg: I know Craig loves me. He's trying very hard to be a better person.
Emma: Is that enough for you?
Meg: I don't know. But he's been dying to have another child to make up for all his mistakes. I went to the cemetery, I saw Bryant’s grave. He died so young. You know, if anything like that ever happened to my child -- because of Craig --
Emma: Well now, you know, that doesn't sound like a vote of confidence.
Meg: I know. That's why I hope it's not Craig’s. You know, I just this really strong feeling, Mama, that this baby was conceived by two people who really love each other. It has to be Paul’s.
Emma: Sweetheart, wishing is not going to make it so. You have to find out for real who the father is. And no matter who it is, you know, deep in your heart, that you have to do what's right for the child.
Barbara: You need to tell Gwen that she can't give up. You can still pursue a private adoption.
Will: Mom, there's no guarantee that that'll even work.
Barbara: Honey, I will help you. We'll make this happen somehow.
Will: Okay, thanks, Mom.
Barbara: Give her my love.
Will: I'm going to go check on Gwen.
Barbara: Okay. I'll talk to you later.
[Cell phone ringing]
Iris: Hello, Barbara -- I knew you'd call me, I just -- I didn't think it'd be so quick.
Barbara: We have to talk.
Iris: Great. I'm here at Al's. Why don't you come over, and we can get down to business? What did I tell ya? Today could be our lucky day!
Will: Can we make a deal? Nothing's ever going to split us up, okay? Look, I know that it's a long shot, but I don't think we should give up on the idea of a private adoption. What have we got to lose? There might be the perfect baby for us out there. You never know.
Iris: Cole, this is the Barbara Ryan. Barbara, this is my son, Cole. He's Gwennie’s big brother. So, we're all family here, right?
Barbara: Let's cut to the chase. What's the offer?
Iris: Well, like I told you, Cole’s girlfriend, a gorgeous girl named Sofie, she's expecting. The problem is, they're broke. They'd have to put the baby up for adoption anyway. So, you know, this is perfect. A little give, a little take, that's all.
Barbara: Let's not get ahead of ourselves, all right? Why should I trust either one of you?
Cole: No, she's right, Mom. She's never met Sofie, she's never even met me. Ms. Ryan, you can ask me whatever you need to know.
Barbara: Where is the birth mother right now? And why do we know that she's going to give up the baby?
Cole: Leave it to me. Sofie's a smart girl. She's a great person. Once she knows the baby's going to a good home, that's all she needs to here.
Barbara: I don't like this one bit.
Iris: Oh, don't worry. Cole can do anything he sets his mind to. So we got a deal?
Barbara: That would be no. Not until you agree to my terms.
Will: Parents who want to adopt can post their profiles. And then the mothers that need to give up their babies can respond to them.
Gwen: I remember when I was pregnant, and I knew I couldn't keep the baby. There were tons of people who were waiting for a newborn. And I went with Rosanna and Craig because they were rich. And they were a sure thing. We're not going to come off like that.
Will: On paper, maybe. But we've got to be patient.
Gwen: Come on, let's face it. We're never going to get to the top of that list.
Will: You can't give up before we even try. Come on, there's got to be a baby out there for us somewhere.
Barbara: Will and Gwen will never know who the baby's parents are. Because if they did, if they knew the two of you were involved, they would never agree. So this whole thing has to be anonymous. I will hire a lawyer who supposedly will be looking for a suitable baby. The birth mother will never contact with the parents and will never identify herself.
Iris: Fine, so Gwennie and Will kept in the dark. As I told you before, not a problem.
Barbara: Cole and Sofie will give the baby up at birth and never look back. And never, ever mention this deal.
Iris: Uh, excuse me. But Cole is the kid's uncle.
Barbara: A very distant uncle who never sends Christmas presents, and always forgets birthday presents. That is my offer and it's final.
Cole: Understood. These are my terms. Three installments. One upfront. One when I get Sofie to agree, and the final payoff when the child is born.
Barbara: You're a chip off the old block, aren't you? Just as greedy as his mother. You'll get the first installment when I hire the lawyer.
Iris: Oh, it was a pleasure doing business together, Babs.
Cole: Real nice.
Nelson: If you think that you can get a bigger settlement by taking us to court, you're seriously mistaken.
Carly: You don't understand. I know Dr. Evers didn't mean any harm. It was a mistake. I just want to forget the whole thing ever happened.
Nelson: Well, I'm certain Dr. Evers would agree. But the best way to put this matter to rest officially is for you to accept the agreement and sign the settlement. You know, think about what you could do with all that money.
Jack: Don't you worry, Brad, I'm going to be there for Carly when she needs me. But Katie’s marriage just ended. She doesn't need you pushing yourself on her so soon.
Brad: And that marriage ending -- wasn't that your fault? Since when am I the bad guy here?
Jack: Give me a break. I saw you chasing her around the cemetery at Halloween. You really think what she needs in her life right now is a fifth-grader going after her?
Brad: Maybe what she needs is someone who doesn't take things so seriously all the time. Maybe what she needs is someone who doesn't break every promise he made not to hurt her.
Jack: I know only too well how much I hurt her. But we are all caught in a situation we had no control over. If Carly hadn't gotten sick, none of this would have happened.
Brad: Okay, you're right. You are right. Maybe it is not all your fault, but Katie is hurting and she needs someone. And I'm going to be there for her. I'm not going to push myself on her. I'm being her friend. If it develops into something more -- awesome. But I will tell you this -- I'll never do what you did. Love her, and then just leave her.
Jack: You mean like all your other girlfriends?
Brad: Maybe, maybe I deserve that. But to me, Katie is different.
Jack: You're damn right she is.
Brad: I really think I could be good for her. And one thing's for sure, I will definitely treat her better than you did.
Rosanna: Well, I hope I can trust you with a joint bank account and medical power of attorney.
Paul: Wait, don't even joke about that.
Rosanna: Why not? Come on, I know you didn't marry me for my money.
Paul: No, I didn’t. I'm not like Craig. I don't want your money. I only want you.
Rosanna: Good. That's very sweet. But I think that a husband and a wife should share everything, don't you? I mean, look at Craig and Meg. They've run a company together. It brings them closer.
Paul: They only have that corporation is because you gave it back to Craig. He didn't deserve it in the first place.
Rosanna: Yes, but Meg deserves security for her child. Don't you think?
Meg: Hello, Rosanna -- Paul. Congratulations on your wedding.
Paul: Thank you. Heard you weren't feeling well.
Meg: Just morning sickness.
Paul: So there's nothing to worry about?
Meg: No. I plan to take very good care of this baby.
Meg: The baby is what is important.
Paul: Well, good luck. You're going to need it if you stay with Craig. Stay with Craig.
Meg: I really should go.
Rosanna: Did seeing Meg bother you?
Paul: No. Look, Rosanna -- unless we move to Antarctica, we're going to run into Craig and what's her name every once in a while. Doesn't bother me.
Rosanna: You know, I forgot something. Do you remember those little cards I had engraved? Thank you notes.
Rosanna: I think I was supposed to pick them up today at Taylors.
Paul: Okay. You want me to get them?
Rosanna: Oh, would you?
Rosanna: Oh, that would be so great.
Paul: No problem. I'll tell you what -- I'll catch up with you at the house, okay?
Rosanna: Okay Honey. Thank you. Yes, hello. I need to see you immediately.
Barbara: I'm sorry to keep barging in like this, but good news like this won't keep.
Will: Its okay, Mom. What's up?
Barbara: I did a little homework, and I found an attorney who specializes in private adoptions. One of the best in his field.
Will: So he knows our whole story and he still thinks he could find us a baby?
Barbara: I gave him all the details, Will. And he said he doesn't see any reason why you both can't be parents very soon.
Will: Mom, that's great!
Gwen: Do you really think it'll work?
Barbara: I really do.
Will: This is amazing. I told you. Everything's going to be okay.
Carly: Can I have a little time to think this over?
Nelson: I'm afraid not. I have a plane to catch. I really need your answer.
Jack: Carly -- what are you doing here? I thought you were Christmas shopping.
Brad: Yeah, a stuffed bunny. As in bunny rabbit. The biggest one you've got. Great. Put a big bow on it, and send it to Katie Peretti at the Grand Bahamas Spa Hotel. This is what I want you to say on the card. You got a pen? Okay, great. Dear Katie, Snickers and I, we miss you. Come home to us soon. Your buddy, Brad. Right -- Brad with a B, as in bunny. All right, thank you.
Carly: Jack, I didn't expect you here.
Jack: What's this?
Craig: Meg, what are you doing here?
Meg: Hey, I needed to do some shopping after I saw my mother. I feel much better now.
Craig: Good. Listen, I went by Fairwinds. Dropped off that wedding present for Paul and Rosanna. And I suggested that maybe we all go out and celebrate our good news.
Rosanna: I want you to keep Meg Montgomery under 24 hour surveillance. I want you to bug all of her phones, including her cellular phone.
Jim: Tapping the lines is extra. But I can record all incoming and outgoing calls.
Rosanna: Good. I want you to monitor her every move. And pay special attention to any communication about that baby she's carrying.
Meg: It's chilly. Would you mind taking me home?
Craig: I can't think of anything that I would rather do.
Announcer: Next week on "As the World Turns."
Katie: She's not dying. She's been faking it, and she's known for a long time.
Jack: I want to be married to you again, and forever.
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