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As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 11/6/07
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Proofread By Emma
Dusty: Hey. Everything okay?
Dusty: Is Luke back here now?
Lily: No, no, no. It's not Luke. It's Holden. He hired an attorney and he's starting divorce proceedings.
Holden: Luke, come on. Push. Can't give up on me here.
Luke: Why not? That's what you're doing.
Luke: I'm not so sure Mom would agree with you on that.
Holden: You know what? This is physical therapy, not family therapy, okay? So push.
Luke: I'm trying and nothing is happening. And that's why they call it paralysis.
Holden: You know what? This is not like you. You're the kid who doesn't give up.
Luke: Well, why -- why try? Just so I can get up and fall on my face again?
Holden: You know what? You got yourself up out of the chair. Why can't you look at that like you succeeded in something?
Luke: Because I saw the look on Noah's face. He didn't think that I succeeded at anything.
Holden: You don't know that.
Luke: Yeah, I do. I know pity when I see it. That is exactly the way Noah looked at me.
Lily: Thank you.
Dusty: I can't believe he's doing this. Not now.
Lily: No, I just -- I think he feels like he's tried everything and its not working. I think he feels he's got nothing left to give.
Dusty: I don't know about that. Seems like --
Dusty: Seems like he wants to punish you.
Lily: Oh, I don't -- I don't know. Oh -- I don't know what to do.
Dusty: I do. Get your own lawyer.
Chris: Oh, this -- this is great. I feel really good about myself.
Emily: No, you know what? You already have too much self-esteem.
Chris: I asked how you'd feel if I stuck around here in Oakdale, and within 30 seconds or less, you're out of bed and half-dressed.
Emily: You think everything is about you, don't you? You do. But that's part of your appeal, I suppose.
Chris: But you still haven't answered the question.
Emily: Because it shouldn't even be a question. At least, not to me. Whether or not you stay in Oakdale or go -- that's up to you, Chris. Only you --
Chris: Whoa, no, wait, well, not really. Because the truth is, it was part one of a two-part question. Part one being how would you feel if I stayed in Oakdale? Part two, what if we moved in together?
Jack: Well, come on, Carly. This is your moment. I pretty much just said that you were right and I was wrong. That you get what you want. I'm hopelessly in love with you.
Carly: I don't want it to be that I won.
Jack: Won? You've triumphed. And you love that.
Carly: No. I don't want it to be that I'm making you do this. That I --
Jack: Oh, yeah, okay, all right. I get it, I get it. You want this to be the real deal. Right. No jokes. Okay. Hands, please. More than anything, I want to be married to you again. And forever.
Brad: Mm-hmm, mm-hmm. So nothing like hot chocolate after a fun-filled day at school. What wholesome family time we are having. What are you doing?
Parker: Oh, I was just writing down what you said in the parking lot when you were picking us up from school. I'm supposed to write a humorous essay for English.
J.J.: Yeah, that really, really hot girl that had the short skirt --
Parker: My teacher? The one you were trying to impress?
J.J.: She thought you were, like, really funny. She couldn't stop laughing at you.
Brad: You know what? You guys don't deserve a terrific uncle like me. Everybody ready?
Sage: No. I want another cocoa.
Brad: You didn't finish that one.
Sage: But, Uncle Brad, I thought we were giving Mom and Dad time alone, so maybe they'd decide to get married again.
Carly: Jack. I love you.
Jack: I kind of thought so.
Carly: If you're doing this because I'm sick, I need to tell you --
Jack: No, okay -- here's what I think. You getting sick woke me up. To what you already knew. We never stopped loving each other. Whatever comes, I want to face it as your husband.
Carly: But you don't have to do --
Jack: No, let me finish, okay? Let me just -- let me just finish. I'm not asking you to marry me because you're sick, but because it's what I want. Because I'm tired of fighting how much I love you. Please make me happy, Carly. Say yes.
Carly: Yes. Oh, yes. Yes. [Whispering] Yes, yes, yes. Yes.
Emily: Put this on.
Emily: Just put it on, okay? You asked me a serious question and I need to keep my wits about me.
Chris: Why? It's not meant to be a serious question. I just kind of thought it sounded like fun.
Emily: I question your motives, Hughes. You're trying to pin things down between us.
Chris: Oh, that's romantic.
Emily: No -- we have families involved now.
Chris: They are not involved --
Emily: Yes, they are involved. What we had -- oh, God, what we had was the definition of fling. But now that we're back in Oakdale, we have these awkward encounters with our parents and my sister -- and suddenly, you're talking about real estate?
Chris: Hey, I didn't say anything like that --
Emily: You didn't say anything -- you said you wanted to move in together. And that means responsibility and commitment -- what are you doing now?
Chris: I'm not trying to make this serious. I love this fling. I just -- I just -- I want it to last.
Emily: Oh, Sweetie. That's exactly what I don't want.
Lily: Well --
Dusty: What's so funny?
Lily: Ah, you with a briefcase. That's funny.
Dusty: I had to give a presentation.
Lily: Oh, and you didn't like that one bit, did you? Not you at all.
Dusty: I hate talking. Especially in public. And I know what you're doing.
Lily: I'm not doing anything.
Dusty: You're changing the subject.
Lily: I just find avoidance works better than denial.
Dusty: You need a lawyer.
Dusty: He's got a lawyer. You need a lawyer.
Lily: Dusty --
Dusty: To protect yourself --
Lily: Please, I'm trying to -- work on denying that things are that bad. So, can we go back to avoidance, please?
Dusty: Well, there's a lot at stake here.
Lily: Everything's at stake. That's why I have to get Holden to forgive me. And want me back. I have to do everything I can to keep it things from getting adversarial.
Dusty: I think you're beyond that stage.
Lily: I just have to believe that Holden just needs to get over being angry. I have to believe that somewhere, under everything, he still loves me.
Holden: Can I ask you a question?
Luke: Can I stop you?
Holden: Are you sure that's how Noah feels? Because I think what you thought was pity, could have been guilt
Luke: Oh, well, that's great. You know, that's even better. He doesn't pity me, he's just miserable because he's guilty.
Holden: All right, you know what, Luke?
Luke: Oh, were you going to yell at me? Well, you can’t. You can't yell at the guy in the chair. No one can raise their voice around the guy in the chair.
Holden: Oh, so I'm like Noah now? I can't do anything right.
Luke: You know, if I have to be like this for the rest of my life, can we at least not talk about it all the time?
Dusty: What if he sues for custody?
Lily: Oh, he won't do that.
Dusty: Isn't that what's going on already? He's got control of the kids, doesn't he?
Lily: It's not going to happen. No, he won't do it. It's not him.
Dusty: Your denial, I hate to say it, is playing right into his hands.
Lily: Holden is not going to keep me away from my children. [Cell phone rings] For their sake. It's Holden. Hey, what's up?
Holden: I was wondering, can you come out to the farm?
Holden: Yeah, I know it's kind of out of the blue. But I want to talk to you.
Lily: It's fine. I'm on my way. He wants to talk.
Lily: Yes, that's very good. Avoidance and denial, maybe this is just another way of keeping up hope.
Lily: I wasn't just talking about myself.
Dusty: Yeah, I know.
Lily: You and Emily.
Dusty: Whatever, I don't care about that. No big deal.
Lily: Ooh. Avoidance and denial at the same time. You're not giving up, are you?
Emily: Chris, there's no such thing as a lasting fling. Okay, when you share the same address, it moves on to something different.
Chris: That's -- that's a law, right? The Stewart rules of romance, number 33 --
Emily: All right, all right -- let me put this in simple terms --
Chris: That I can even understand, right?
Emily: I don't ever want to hear you tell me we're out of bread. I don't ever want to have to remind you about a rent check.
Chris: Easy fix -- you do all the shopping and pay the rent yourself. This is going to be great!
Emily: You want me to think you're kidding.
Chris: Emily, are you afraid of commitment?
Chris: Well, you've had some bad relationships, and, you know -- now --
Chris: Yes, you're afraid to get hurt again!
Emily: Wow. That's incredible. It's like you can see right through me.
Chris: So let me make this really clear for you, okay? I get it. I concur. I don't need to be your soul mate.
Emily: Just my playmate?
Chris: Yeah. And I don't think living together is going to change that.
Emily: I don't want to risk it. Really. I think it's very important for two people to have very neutral ground.
Emily: Okay? That's it? Men never give up that easily.
Chris: Yeah, but I'm trying to prove something. I'm not like other guys. You call the shots, decide what's what. As long as you're happy, I'm happy.
Emily: Wow. You're not like other men.
Chris: And you're sure as hell not like other girls. Lucky me.
Jack: Are you okay?
Carly: Yeah. I'm just happy.
Jack: Yeah, are you sure about that?
Carly: When I came back and I saw how far apart we were, and I thought about all the things I did that hurt you --
Jack: Okay, I don't -- let's not do this now.
Carly: Listen to me. Listen to me, Jack. I don't ever want to hurt you like that again.
Jack: All right. You listen to me. We are going to be husband and wife and we are going to be living in the present. And right now, in this moment, all I want to be is happy.
Carly: And I want this moment to last forever.
Sage: It looks like you guys are having a good time.
Carly: Hi, Sweetheart. How was school?
Sage: Did you ask Mommy to marry you?
Parker: Sage, down. Down, Sage.
Jack: Sage. Your mom and I did decide to get married again.
Sage: Daddy! This is the best day ever!
Brad: And it's only going to get better. Right, Carly?
Holden: Hey. Thanks for coming by.
Lily: Oh, you don't have to thank me. I -- I know that you have a lot to work through, and I know it's going to take some time.
Lily: I've been thinking all the way out here. We need to stay away from lawyers. It's not going to help.
Holden: Lily, I called back because I wanted to talk to you.
Lily: That's why I'm here.
Holden: It's not about us. It's about Luke.
Jack: No, I really think you did get shorter. You got to start wearing higher shoes.
J.J.: Oh, thanks, Dad.
Jack: Oh, I'm just kidding.
Carly: Aren't you going to say congratulations?
Brad: I guess the surprise has left me speechless. I sure didn't see this coming.
Jack: Oh, I don't think any of us did, Brad.
Sage: I did.
Jack: Of course, you did. [Cell phone rings] Who could this be?
Brad: Maybe it's the doctor with good news.
Jack: Oh, it's the station. Hey, Frank, what's up?
Carly: We're going to be a family again.
J.J.: Hey, Uncle Brad, do you think Katie's going to be all right about this?
Brad: Sure, Bud. Hey, don't even worry about her. You just be happy.
J.J.: Well, you know, she's always been nice to me, and I never got to be nice to her.
Brad: Hey, you know what? She's your friend. She wants you to be happy. Don't worry about it.
Jack: Uh, sorry, Guys. That was the station. I'm going to have to go into work.
Jack: No -- it will only have to be for half an hour. I've got to sign off on a case, all right? So, in the meantime, why don't you guys set the table and Mommy can take a nap and we can all get together for a family dinner afterwards, okay?
Sage: Can we use the good silver and the tablecloth?
Carly: Nothing less will do.
Sage: And candles!
J.J.: Oh, she's such a girl.
Carly: And what is wrong with that?
Brad: Congratulations. I'm sure you two kids will be real happy.
Jack: I'm sorry about that.
Carly: It's okay.
Jack: Maybe it's for the best, anyway. Margo should hear this from me.
Brad: Well done. He doesn't even know what hit him.
Carly: All right, Snyder. Why don't you just zip it for once? None of your funny little comments. Not today, not now.
Brad: Yes, Ma'am.
Carly: Didn't you just see my family? How happy they are? All of them, including Jack.
Brad: And won't he be ecstatic when he finds out that "Till death do us part" is a few more miles down the road than you led him to believe?
Carly: I wanted to tell him. I was trying to tell him. And he interrupted me. He asked me to marry him.
Brad: But your intentions were good, right?
Carly: Look, if you're worried about Katie, I think she's a lot tougher than she wants anybody to know.
Brad: Maybe I'm not just worried about her. Maybe I'm worried about my brother.
Brad: And you. I wonder what's going to happen to you guys when Jack finds out the truth.
Jack: So you're not going to talk to me now?
Margo: Well, I thought it would be better if I just gave you a chance to get in, get out --
Jack: Without facing the music?
Margo: Well, you don't have to deal with me anymore.
Jack: You can say what you think, Margo. I know what I did to Katie.
Margo: You know how much I adore my little sister, and you and I, like -- and I love that, you know, you're standing behind Carly. But this is messed up. And I don't want to be put in a position where I'm passing any sort of judgment, you know? It's -- it's just, it would be really easy to simply blame you.
Jack: Well, it's going to get worse.
Margo: Well, of course it is. It's always going to get worse. And take as much leave as you need.
Jack: I'm not talking about Carly's illness. I'm talking about the fact that Carly and I are getting married again.
Jack: It's best for everyone, Margo. Everyone except Katie.
Lily: Oh, I guess I jumped the gun on that. So, do you want to talk about Luke? Okay, let's talk about Luke. What happened?
Holden: Nothing. And nothing keeps happening.
Lily: I know that's very difficult.
Holden: He's frustrated. He's angry. Shutting down. And I just keep making things worse.
Lily: No, you're not making things worse. You're just getting the brunt of it because he trusts you so much.
Holden: Lily, something happened when he fell in front of Noah. I want you to get Noah back.
Lily: No. We're both going to get Noah back.
Chris: Oh, right on time.
Bob: I thought I was running late.
Chris: You are, but I still remember to adjust to Dr. Bob hospital time.
Bob: Okay. Emily, I'm glad you could join us.
Emily: Oh, no, sorry, I can't. I just tagged along so I could say hi to Mom.
Bob: Oh. So it's just you and me, huh?
Chris: Think we can do this?
Bob: Oh, I think we can muddle through somehow. Have you ever had pepparkakor? I'm addicted to it.
Chris: I can't turn my back on you for one second. See you later.
Emily: Yeah. Behave. Hey, there you are.
Susan: Hey, here I am.
Emily: Chris stopped by to talk to his dad, so I thought I could talk you into a break and we could catch up a little bit.
Susan: Oh, how nice of Chris to finally make some time for his father.
Emily: And how nice of me to squeeze you in, since I've pretty much ignored you since I've been back.
Susan: Did I say that?
Emily: Don't have to. Okay, how about this? How about you pretend it doesn't drive you absolutely crazy that I'm with Chris, okay? We'll just, I don't know, talk about other things.
Susan: Okay. How's Dusty?
Bob: These things are great, aren't they?
Chris: Dad, you've got to get out more.
Bob: Well, I'd love to. But you know, being so shorthanded at the hospital, I just --
Chris: Oh, funny how hospital staffing made its way into this conversation.
Bob: Did it?
Chris: And I was thinking about what you said, about me working here.
Chris: I think I want to stay here for a while. Here in Oakdale.
Bob: Oh. Emily?
Chris: Part of it. Yeah, you know, when I was in Africa --
Chris: I -- well I learned a lot about a lot of things. I learned I'd like to be home for a while.
Chris: Another thing I was thinking?
Chris: Maybe, if I worked at the hospital, for you, you know, and I hung around, maybe we could have a conversation where you talked in, I don't know, complete sentences.
Bob: I don't know about that. You know, it seems to me, when I used to talk in complete sentences, it drove you crazy.
Chris: See, what I was thinking, when I was gone, you know, finding my way on my own, you might have had a chance to, you know, mature a little bit.
Bob: Oh, I doubt that. But I'll give it a whirl.
Chris: You know what? Me, too.
Emily: I'm sorry, what was that supposed to mean?
Susan: Well, just that it wasn't very long ago that you were head over heels in love with Dusty. And that all blew up in your face and suddenly, you're all wrapped up in some other -- well, I guess he's old enough to be called a man.
Emily: He -- he is a man, thank you. And I'm not all wrapped up in him. Far from it.
Susan: You could've fooled me.
Emily: Yeah, well, like that's hard to do.
Susan: Okay, I'm not a genius. But we've been through enough that I know not to believe you when you say everything's -- everything's better. Everything's just fine.
Emily: Everything is fine.
Susan: You know -- when I walked in here and I saw you and Chris doing the --
Emily: Kissing. Mother, it's called kissing.
Susan: I swore to myself I wasn't going to say anything.
Emily: Huh, that's so funny. On my way over here, I told myself, quite firmly actually, that we were going to have a nice cup of coffee and make small talk.
Susan: Oh, that's me. Got to go. You know, I am glad you're back.
Emily: Yeah. Me, too. Dusty, I'm leaving. Dusty -- what?
Chris: It's just so weird you're offering me a job in research, because I was thinking about it all the time when I was in Africa. Like in the back of my head, all the time.
Bob: You won't miss working with patients?
Chris: Well, I think research might be my thing. I get medicine, but I just don't have the way with people that you do. You think I don't know how good you are at what you do?
Bob: Thanks. Well, listen, I think we can work this out. Let me put some things together, and then we'll talk about it. I'll call you. Soon.
Chris: You didn't know.
Emily: You really think you can kiss me like that and I would swoon back into your arms?
Dusty: Well, I knew it was a long shot.
Emily: I tried to do this nicely, but, apparently, that wasn't good enough for you. So, listen up -- it's finished, okay? And you're not allowed to touch me, ever again.
Chris: Hey, Emily. Emily, is everything all right?
Dusty: Everything's great.
Chris: I'm not asking you. Emily? What do you want me to do?
Noah: Luke -- did something happen?
Lily: No, no, no, no. No, everything's the same.
Noah: Good. I mean, no, not good.
Lily: No, it's not good. That's why we wanted to talk to you. We'd like you to come see Luke.
Noah: Maybe you would, but I don't think he would.
Holden: He says that. But, Noah, he's embarrassed.
Noah: You don't really think I can help, do you? I mean, I'm not exactly in the best shape, myself, right now.
Holden: I think Luke needs you.
Noah: If that's true, he must be worse off than me.
Chris: Did he hurt you?
Dusty: I don't think I did.
Chris: I told you, I'm not asking you! You want me to call security?
Emily: I just want him to go.
Dusty: Emily --
Chris: Hey, no, no. You heard what she said. Go. Now.
Carly: Is that a threat?
Brad: No, it's a real question. What's going to happen if Jack finds out the truth? Or should I say, when? What's going to happen to your marriage then?
Carly: It was the truth. I didn't make the tumor up. It wasn't part of some scheme. And when Jack was faced with losing me, for real, with no second chances, he wanted me.
Brad: The bottom line is, Carly, he doesn't think it's going to last. He doesn't know you're not going to die.
Carly: Don't talk like that. It isn't pity, its love.
Brad: You love Jack? Are you sure about that?
Brad: Then tell him. Then you're going to know for sure.
Jack: Hey, Margo?
Margo: I -- you know what? I understand. I do, I do. Anything you need to do to make it easier.
Jack: Although it means a lot to me, I don't think I deserve to have you on my side.
Margo: I don't know that I am completely on your side. I do know that you didn't set out to hurt Katie. I know that Carly certainly didn't set out to die.
Jack: Okay, I think I need to be the one to tell her though, so if you can just keep this to yourself until she gets back, I'd really appreciate it.
Margo: Sure. Yeah, sure.
Jack: I better get going.
Margo: Sure. Sure.
Jack: Hey, listen, when I told the kids -- Sage just ran into my arms, she was so happy. And I thought for a moment there -- maybe, maybe there will be some kind of light at the end of this tunnel. Maybe they don't have to go through hell. I just hope I didn't make matters worse.
Brad: Tell him, Carly. Do the right thing.
Sage: I wanted to put flowers on the table, and then that reminded me. Can I be a flower girl?
Carly: Oh, of course. You, Miss Snyder, are going to be the most beautifully scrumptious flower girl ever.
J.J.: Maybe Parker and I, we can be the best men.
Sage: You can't have two.
Carly: We can do anything we want.
Parker: It's okay. J.J. can do it. It's all kind of weird, anyway.
Carly: Is something bothering you, Parker?
J.J.: Yeah, what could be bothering you? We're all going to be a family again. Parker has to think this is great.
Parker: Yeah. You're right.
Sage: We've got to finish setting the table. I'm making a card for Daddy.
Brad: Yeah. I get it. I don't like it, but I get it.
Carly: Brad -- I will owe you for the rest of my life. And you just wait until Jack hears the good news, and you'll see how happy he is. And you'll know that you did the right thing.
Chris: Hey, hey, hey, hey. Are you sure you're all right?
Emily: Yeah, I'm fine. I'm just mad.
Chris: Are you going to tell me what just happened?
Emily: Dusty tried to jump start our relationship, but it didn't work.
Chris: Want me to go talk to him?
Emily: No. No, I want you to tell me how things went with your father.
Chris: Oh, that's another part of the definition of fling, right? We talk about my life, but not yours?
Emily: You're catching on. How'd it go?
Chris: I'm heading up the research department. Good pay, benefits of course, and I'll be adding to the sum of human knowledge.
Emily: I want to move in with you.
Chris: Was it that sum of human knowledge thing? Because that might not exactly be accurate.
Emily: Are you -- are you backing down on me?
Chris: I'm just trying to understand the change of heart.
Emily: I'm following my heart.
Chris: And that has nothing to do with what just went down with Dusty?
Emily: Chris, that -- that's my life.
Chris: And we don't talk about that.
Emily: We are going to get along great.
Lily: I'm not leaving until you talk to me. To us.
Noah: I don't want to be rude, it's just --
Holden: You think what happened to Luke is your fault. When he fell --
Noah: It was awful.
Holden: He thinks you pity him.
Noah: I think he's stronger than me. And I'm right.
Lily: No, you're not right. It's not that you're not strong, it's just that you're -- you're alone. You need some backup.
Holden: Please, Noah. Help us out. Luke, he needs you.
Holden: How you doing?
Luke: The same.
Lily: We have something to tell you.
Luke: Yeah, like where you went?
Lily: Mm. We found Noah.
Luke: I'm out of here.
Holden: Luke, you need to listen to this. He's in bad shape.
Luke: Yeah, well is he walking?
Lily: Okay, I see. I see. Apparently, that there's no bigger problem in the world other than that. And to hell with Noah.
Holden: He's outside. And he won't come in unless you say it's okay. He needs you, Luke.
Sage: I finished Daddy's card! Why are you still here? This is a family dinner.
Sage: Uncle Brad, I'm sorry.
Brad: No, it is okay. You are just like your mother. Honest.
Brad: Hey. Boy, you better get in there. Your family's waiting for you. A real happy night at the Snyder house.
Jack: Brad, if you talk to Katie, can you not mention any of this? I'd like to be the one to tell her.
Brad: Oh. Oh, yeah. That is all your pleasure.
Jack: I just think --
Brad: You don't have to explain anything to me. You're just trying to do what's best for your family.
Jack: I just wish I didn't hurt Katie as much as I did.
Brad: Yeah. She's what you might call collateral damage.
Carly: Don't be silly, everybody knows that the flower girl's dress is just as important as the bride’s.
Sage: You're going to be so beautiful.
Carly: That's because I'm so happy.
Jack: I know how you feel about Katie. But the thing is, she's vulnerable right now.
Brad: I get it. You want to make sure I don't act like me.
Jack: I'm in no position to tell you anything. I'm asking you to take care of her.
Brad: Do my best. Get in there. Your family's waiting for you.
Brad: Nice. Nice, Snyder. "Carly, do the right thing. Carly, tell the truth." When you are no better than her.
Luke: You look like hell.
Noah: I feel worse. You okay?
Luke: Never better.
Noah: I miss you.
Luke: Well, I miss me, too. That guy you met? I'm not that guy anymore.
Noah: At least you're someone. I don't know who the hell I am anymore.
Luke: Well, then, I guess we make a great pair.
Noah: Luke -- you fell out of your chair.
Luke: I know, I was there.
Noah: Okay, that's nothing. You've seen me lie. You've seen me run and hide. You've seen me --
Luke: Okay, look, look -- I don't need a list. I get the point.
Noah: I don't think you do. I used to think that you were so strong. And I still do.
Luke: Me? No, not so much. I mean, I know my parents want me to fight this, to push. But I can't even fake it. Not for them.
Noah: Maybe you need someone who doesn't want you to fake anything. Hey, Luke, when I met you -- when I couldn't get you out of my head -- I wasn't thinking, "Man, that guy can walk." I was thinking -- how honest you were. About everything. How you're being right now.
Chris: So, tomorrow, how about we go pick out drapes?
Emily: Oh, God, don't push your luck.
Chris: How about I buy you a drink and we'll celebrate our nonbinding, noncommitted, totally fling-like decision to live together?
Emily: Okay, okay. We can have a drink, but we split the bill.
Chris: Okay, it's official. I am the luckiest man on earth. Hey, can we get a table?
Emily: I changed my mind. We'll order room service.
Chris: Right. Oh, yeah, she's over him.
Sage: Mommy's working on our dresses for the wedding.
Sage: Dad's back, let's go!
Carly: What do you mean, let's go? Let's go where?
Parker: Mrs. Lebo is picking us up. And we're going to that new drive-in with the waitresses on roller skates.
Jack: Whoa, whoa, hold on a second -- I thought we were having a family dinner.
Parker: Uh, you just asked Mom to marry you.
J.J.: Yeah, do you think we're -- do you think we're dumb or something?
Carly: You set the table.
Sage: For two people. And don't worry about the dishes. Parker and J.J. will do them later.
Parker: Come on, let's go.
Carly: Now, that was not my idea, I swear.
Jack: They're so happy.
Carly: So am I. All alone with my fiancé. I wonder what we should do now.
Brad: "Love my bunny. Thank you." "You're welcome. I didn't fit in the box." [Cell phone beeps] "You're a good friend. Who thought you'd turn out to be the Snyder brother I could trust?"
Jack: Um, I think I'm going to take a shower before dinner.
Carly: Would you like me to wash you up?
Jack: I think I can handle it.
Carly: It would be my pleasure.
Jack: You should get some rest. You've had a big day, too.
Carly: Yeah. A real red-letter day.
On the next "As the World Turns" --
Barbara: Will and Gwen get the baby. You and your son get gone, permanently.
Iris: All right, now you listen and you make time, all right? You better get that kid to her, or she's coming after us. She means it.
Cole: She'll get the kid.
Cole: Mission accomplished.
Craig: Hey, hey! Excuse me. Hey, Buddy! Excuse me! What? You're not going to say I'm sorry to the pregnant woman you almost knocked over!
P.I.: I have Mrs. Montgomery's cell phone. You still want me to plant the chip?
Craig: Evan Walsh IV. You really think I'm going to let Lucinda’s grandson come right into the chicken coop?
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