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As The World Turns Transcript Wednesday 11/14/07

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Lily: Maybe we should wait.

Holden: No. I think the kids deserve to know.

Lily: You're right. We should tell them together.

Luke: Dad said something about a family meeting.

Faith: Can't be good news.

Natalie: How do you know?

Holden: Hey, Guys. Your mom and I, we have something important to tell you. Um -- the problems that we've been having, we realize that are not going away. So you're mom and I have made a big decision. We're getting a divorce.

Faith: It's Mom's fault, isn't it?

Bonnie: Your life is pathetic. Even your doughnuts are stale.

Dallas: Okay, if you don't mind, I've actually got work to do.

Bonnie: Lucky you. The only case I have is a guy who shouldn't even be getting a divorce.

Dallas: Guess people are waiting for Aunt Jessica to get back. I mean, she's a real lawyer and everything.

Bonnie: Oh, Dallas, I aced my bar exam. I have got a law degree from Georgetown and a license to practice, both exquisitely framed, hanging above my desk.

Dallas: Okay, if you're so in demand, why are you hanging out here?

Bonnie: Well, I was just hoping my cousin the cop could refer me a client or two.

Dallas: No, no, no. See, my job is putting the bad guys away, not getting them a desperate, out-of-work lawyer.

Bonnie: Oh, God, you just wait until I get my practice up and running. The first time I get you on the stand as an arresting officer, I will wipe the floor with you.

Dallas: Oh, I'm shaking in my boots now.

Noah: Sorry to interrupt -- I got a message to come down here.

Dallas: Oh, yeah, that was from me. Hey Noah, how are you doing man?

Noah: Look, if this about my dad, I don't want anything to do with him.

Dallas: No, it's not about your father. A package came for you. It's from your mother.

Dusty: Yup?

Emily: It's me. We need to talk.

Dusty: Should I bring my boxing gloves?

Emily: I don't want to fight anymore. Okay? I'd like to start over. Clean slate?

Dusty: Where do you want to meet?

Emily: I'm in the lounge. How soon can you be here?

Dusty: How does right now work for you?

Holden: Your mom and I, we don't blame each other. So, we don't want you guys to do that either.

Luke: So, what happens now?

Holden: Well, we really haven't worked out all the details yet.

Lily: But no matter what happens, we're here for you. For all of our children.

Faith: That's nice to say, but you know it's over. No matter how hard we try, we'll never have a real family again.

Dusty: What did you want to see me about?

Emily: It's about the paper. I've changed my mind. I can't work with you at "The Intruder" anymore. And since we co-own the paper, I need you to buy me out.

Dusty: No way.

Meg: Meg Snyder, confirming my appointment with Dr. Bullock. Meg Montgomery, yes, sorry. Good -- I'll see you then. Bye.

[Cell phone ringing]

Rosanna: I don't have much time. What is it?

Jim: We have a problem.

Meg: Okay, this has got to stop.

Craig: Yeah, I know. I've got a partner who's impossible to please. Very difficult to keep her happy. What's wrong?

Meg: I know you're worried about my pregnancy, but this is a little too much!

Craig: I'm not following you.

Meg: Yes, you are! Not personally, maybe, but you have somebody else doing that.

Craig: What are you talking about?

Meg: I'm talking about you, Craig. My supposedly devoted husband who is so paranoid and jealous, he has me under 24-hour surveillance. And you know what? That's going to stop! Right now!

Rosanna: You're supposed to be a professional. How could you let Meg see you?

Jim: These things happen.

Rosanna: Well, I want you off the case. I cannot risk having Meg, or anyone else find out.

Jim: Don't make any decisions before we talk. All right? I'll be right there.

Dusty: You can't leave the paper. You signed a contract.

Emily: The terms I signed, stipulate the partners may purchase each other's shares at fair market value with mutual consent.

Dusty: Mutual consent means we both agree. And I donít.

Emily: Why are you doing this?

Dusty: The paper didn't run itself while you were in Europe. I expect you to make up for lost time.

Emily: What part of "I can't work with you" don't you understand?

Dusty: I understand. You don't have time to work. Because you're involved in a meaningless relationship with Chris Hughes.

Emily: Now, wait a minute --

Dusty: Now sleeping with this guy is one thing, but don't let it ruin your career!

Dallas: Okay. Yeah, I'll take care of it. I'm sorry, where were we?

Noah: There must be some mistake. My mother's dead.

Dallas: No, you know what? I think the package contains some of her personal effects. Look, I'll go get it.

Bonnie: Hey, I am sorry for your loss. I know it's hard to lose a parent at your age.

Noah: I never even knew her.

Bonnie: Bonnie McKechnie, esquire. I'm a lawyer in private practice. If you need any help with your mother's estate just let me know --

Dallas: Oh, I'm sorry. Do you mind? Come on. Go in here. We'll have more privacy. This package came from a Ruth Mason in Memphis, Tennessee. The name ring a bell?

Noah: I never even heard of her.

Dallas: Well, I ran a trace. Turns out Ruth Mason is Charlene Wilsonís only surviving sister. She's your aunt. She sent this care of Oakdale P.D. because she didn't have your address.

Noah: Okay. Whatever's in that box -- I don't want it.

Holden: Faith, we will always be a family. Nothing will ever change that.

Lily: Your father is right. Only our marriage is changing.

Faith: That's not true. If you're not living together, everything is totally different for us. It's not fair!

Lily: I know it's upsetting, Honey.

Faith: Then why are you doing it?

Holden: Your mom and I, we both share the responsibility for the divorce. But that's between us. It's private.

Natalie: Where will we live? At home with Mommy? Or here with Daddy?

Holden: We haven't really worked all that out yet. But I promise, all of you are going to get to spend time with both of us. Nobody is going to lose out.

Faith: Yeah, right.

Luke: Look, I really -- I do wish this wasn't happening, but whatever you guys need --

Holden: Thanks.

Lily: We know we can count on you, Luke.

Faith: I'll stay here with Luke and Dad.

Lily: We just said we haven't decided anything yet.

Faith: Yeah, but once you and Dad are divorced, you're just going to move in with Dusty, so what do you care?

Emily: How many times do I have to tell you, my relationship with Chris is none of your business?

Dusty: If we still own this paper together, I got to make sure you don't do anything you'll regret.

Emily: Regret?

Dusty: Yeah. Regret.

Emily: You're the one who's doing things to regret! The way you practically attacked me at the hospital. Yeah, that was real professional, Dusty. You know, you do something like that in my office, I could sue you for sexual harassment.

Dusty: You used to love it when I kissed you like that.

Emily: Well, obviously things have changed. Haven't they? We can't have a civil conversation anymore. Clearly, we need some distance between us.

Dusty: We need truth. You don't want to work with me 'cause I remind you of what you could've had.

Emily: What we had was a dysfunctional relationship that didn't work. It's over. I'm with Chris now. And we're looking for a place to move in together.

Dusty: You got to be kidding.

Lily: This isn't about Dusty.

Faith: Yes, it is. You guys fight about him all the time! You always take his side and Dad hates it!

Holden: Faith, that's enough. There's nobody else involved in this. Just because you heard one argument, that doesn't mean you have the whole story.

Faith: It wasn't one argument, I've heard a lot of things! And no matter what you say, we'll never have a family again. So, stop pretending!

Paul: You know, it's no fair you getting up and leaving the bed before I even wake up. I know we didn't go anywhere after our wedding, but that doesn't meant that this isn't our honeymoon.

Rosanna: Well, I, um -- I just couldn't sleep. That's all. Here. This is for you.

Paul: Thanks. Something wrong?

Rosanna: Oh, nothing, I had just a little headache that's all.

Paul: Maybe we should call the doctor?

Rosanna: No, no, no, no. I'm fine. It's nothing serious.

Paul: Rosanna, after everything you've been through, we can't be too careful.

Rosanna: I'm fine. Really. You worry too much.

Paul: I lost you once already. I'm not going to lose you again. Now sit down and relax. I'm going to call the doctor.

Rosanna: No, look, you don't need to call anybody, okay? Listen, if you really want to do something for me, you can do this. You can go to the pharmacy and pick me up some of these. They're over-the-counter, and the doctor said that I could take them for headaches.

Paul: Okay. I'll do that. But you promise me that while I'm gone, you're going to sit and try to get some rest. Okay?

Rosanna: Okay.

Meg: You know, for the last day or two I've been feeling like somebody's been watching me. And today in Old Town, I saw him.

Craig: Who?

Meg: The man you hired to watch my every move!

Craig: I haven't hired anybody to follow you.

Meg: Don't lie to me, Craig.

Craig: I give you my word, Meg. If I thought for a moment that you were in any danger, I wouldn't hesitate to hire an entire team to look out for you, but you would know about it.

Meg: So you didn't do this?

Craig: No, but I would like to know who did. Now, you sure this guy was following you? Can you describe him?

Meg: No, not really. Like I said, it was just a feeling. You know, maybe -- maybe I'm paranoid. I've been feeling a little jittery.

Craig: No, I don't care. I think if you think you were being followed I'm going to give security at Montgomery Enterprises a call. I want Nigel to look into it.

Meg: No, don't do that! Please, I overreacted. Okay? Just forget it. I got to go.

Craig: Go where?

Meg: My exercise class, remember?

Craig: Fine, I will go with you.

Meg: No fathers allowed. Sorry.

Craig: Okay. Okay, have a good time. All right? And take care of yourself.

Craig: Did you really think you were going to get away with this?

Rosanna: How did you get in here, Craig?

Craig: You hired someone to follow Meg. Don't try to deny it. I know it's true. So you tell me, Rosanna, why are you so interested in the comings and goings of my wife?

Craig: I will stay here until you tell me, why did you hire someone to follow Meg? You don't trust your husband?

Rosanna: Craig, I hired an investigator as a precaution. And it turns out that Meg is indeed taking every opportunity to run into Paul.

Craig: That is ridiculous.

Rosanna: Your wife simply may not be as devoted as you think, Craig.

Craig: She is having my child.

Rosanna: That doesn't necessarily mean that she's faithful, does it? You know, my keeping an eye on Meg may work out to your benefit. I should send you a bill.

Craig: Thanks, but no thanks. I don't need you to be my watchdog. I am perfectly capable of handling my own wife.

Dallas: Look, you sure you don't want your mother's stuff?

Noah: My mother was really messed up by my dad. I think the less I know about her, the better.

Dallas: Look, you know, I hear what you're saying, okay? But if you don't take this package, it's kind of like your father gets his way.

Noah: What do you mean?

Dallas: Your father killed your mother to keep you from knowing her, right? This box could tell you a lot. Do you want your father to decide what you're allowed to know and what you aren't?

Noah: All right, I'll take the box. But I am not ready to open it.

Dallas: Don't do it alone. I mean, do you have a friend who can be there with you?

Holden: Are you sure you're okay?

Luke: I don't like it. I wish you and Mom could work things out. But if you can't -- if this is what you feel you really need to do then -- I accept it.

Holden: Thank you.

Luke: And like I said -- you know, if you need me to help with the other kids, or anything --

Holden: Okay. Hey Noah.

Noah: Hey. Is Luke around?

Holden: Yeah, he's inside. Listen, he might not be willing to admit it, but he needs a friend.

Noah: Hey, is everything all right?

Luke: Yeah, yeah. What's in the box?

Lily: Faith, look -- please, look. I know that you're angry with me, but please listen to what I have to say.

Faith: Why should I? You'll just lie.

Emily: I'm so sick of arguing with you. I am with Chris because he is exactly what I need right now.

Dusty: He's a cute kid who can't give you what you need.

Emily: How would you know? He makes my life a lot less stressful. None of the constant arguing there is with some people.

Dusty: It's called passion. You really gotta know somebody to have it. He'll never know you. Not like me.

Emily: Well, maybe you know me too well. Maybe that's the problem.

Dallas: You know, last time I checked, I was the one worked here, not you.

Bonnie: You have six recent arrests who all need defense lawyers. Are you seriously holding out on me?

Dallas: Are you seriously going through my personal files?

Bonnie: Okay, I just thought as a fellow professional, you might want to give your cousin a leg up.

Dallas: No, what I want to do is get back to work. So if you don't mind, you know, just don't let the door hit you on the way out.

Bonnie: Are you seriously going to make me go to the hospital to see if I can pick up a personal injury case?

Dallas: Now I know what to get you for Christmas -- you know, a big t-shirt that says, "Ambulance chaser!" On it.

Bonnie: Yeah, and I'll get you a t-shirt that says, "Kiss a cop. Then maybe you'll get lucky."

Dallas: Okay, you know what? You're the one who needs to get a life.

Bonnie: How much you want to bet I get it all together before you do?

Dallas: I win that bet hands down.

Bonnie: You're on. I'll be dating way before you.

Dallas: You do realize that I go out every night.

Bonnie: Stakeouts don't count.

Dallas: At least I'm working. I mean, more than you can say.

Holden: Hey, glad I caught you. Your office said you might be here.

Bonnie: Yeah, I was meeting a client. Step into my office. I have the papers ready for you and Lily to sign. The language is all standard. Once it's signed and filled out and notarized, it gets filed with the courts, and then the ball gets rolling. So, it's your last chance -- are you sure you want to do this?

Holden: Lily and I agreed. We told the kids -- and there's no going back now.

Lily: I am not lying to you, Faith. I never wanted this to happen. I love your father, I love him. And I always will.

Faith: Then why are you getting divorced?

Emily: It took me a long time to figure this out, but when I look at myself through your eyes, I don't like who I see. I mean, just being -- being with you reminds me of that person I was. The Emily who held you hostage. The Emily who felt so bad about herself, the only way she found self-esteem was getting paid for sex. I can't be that Emily anymore. And I'm nothing like her when I'm with Chris.

Dusty: Chris is not the answer to your problems. Believe me.

Emily: Actually, I think he is. When I'm with him, he makes me feel like my life has hope and joy and possibilities. I look forward when I'm with him, I don't look back. And for the first time in a very long time, I feel free.

Dusty: When are you going to stop lying to yourself?

Fellows: I'm sorry Mrs. Montgomery caught sight of me. I can put an associate on the case.

Rosanna: No, no, no. Don't bother. Meg is too suspicious now. And her husband knows and he's going to be watching her like a hawk.

Fellows: We can still do electronic surveillance.

Rosanna: No, no. You are fired. I will handle Meg myself.

[Phone beeps]

Fellows: Before I go, you may want to hear this.

Meg: Pick up.

[Cell phone rings]

Paul: What do you want now, Meg?

Meg: I'm on my way to the hospital. I have an appointment in a half hour, and then they're going to run the DNA samples.

Paul: I already told you, I don't want to know.

Meg: You wouldn't have given me that sample if you didn't want to know. You're hoping this is your child.

Paul: It's not mine. Don't call me again.

Meg: I'm going to prove this is your baby. The least you can do is be there.

Rosanna: Here. We're finished here. The rest of the retainer should cover your services.

Fellows: Are you sure you don't want to keep the lines tapped?

Rosanna: No. I'll handle things myself from now on.

Fellows: Good luck with that.

Nurse #1: Meg, you almost gave me a heart attack.

Meg: Sorry, I came up the back stairs from the garage. So how soon can they run the test?

Nurse #1: I'll check. Will someone be here to pick you up?

Meg: No -- I'm on my own.

Paul: Here you go.

Rosanna: Oh, thank you. That was very sweet.

Paul: No problem. You pop a couple of these, and you can run upstairs, get some rest.

Rosanna: Actually, I'm feeling much better now. And you know what? I'm hungry. Why don't we go get some brunch?

Paul: I can't do that.

Rosanna: Why not?

Paul: Because I got an email from the photographer and he said that the wedding photos are ready. So I'm going to stop by, pick them up.

Rosanna: Great. That's terrific. Oh, I can't wait to see those.

Paul: Yeah, me, too.

Rosanna: Okay, well -- hurry back. Oh, thank you.

Paul: Uh-huh. All right.

Craig: Sorry this has to be so fast, but I have a very busy day. They're painting my office today.

Evan: Well, thanks for meeting me on short notice.

Craig: Well, your work is very important to me, and to my wife. So tell me, how's it going? Setting up a new lab for your next big biotech breakthrough?

Evan: My research is coming down the stretch, but there's one problem. I hit a brick wall at Memorial.

Meg: Amy, hey. Can you tell me when Dr. Bullock will be ready? I kind of want to get started.

Nurse #1: He's running late, but I'll see if I can go get him.

Meg: Okay, thank you.

Paul: When's your test?

Meg: Any minute. You know, no matter what you tell me on the phone, the fact that you're here says it all. You want this baby. You want it as much as I do.

Dusty: You're in denial.

Emily: That's not true.

Dusty: Your feelings for me scare you so much, you went off and got yourself a little boyfriend. Someone safe and easy. But guess what? You don't need safe and easy. You need to be challenged.

Emily: You don't know what you're talking about.

Dusty: Like someone who won't let you settle -- won't let you lie to yourself.

Emily: What are you talking about? I've been completely honest with myself. Especially about you, Dusty. You -- you run around collecting helpless women to save. But I'm not a victim anymore. And I refuse to go down that road with you ever again.

Lily: Listen. Your father and I have been together for a very long time and recently we've built up a lot of anger and resentment and it can be very difficult to get passed all that. Sometimes the most positive thing you can do is split up.

Faith: Just tell me one thing -- is there a chance that you and Dad will get back together?

Lily: Oh, Honey, I hope so.

Noah: This is what my mother took to remember me by.

Luke: What else?

Noah: Letters. All addressed to me, but I never got them.

Luke: Your father sent them back.

Noah: Yeah, unopened.

Luke: You going to read them?

Noah: Better late than never.

Bonnie: Hon, I know how hard this is.

Holden: Yeah, it's just -- seeing it in writing. It kind of just makes it all very real.

Bonnie: Kind of scary, right?

Holden: Well, it's okay for Lily and me, but for the kids it's just -- it's really going to take its toll on them.

Bonnie: Look, you don't have to sign it yet. You can still change your mind.

Holden: You know, if I don't sign, that would mean going back to the way things were. And the trust issues with Lily haven't changed, so it would just be a matter of time before I'm right back here? I need to do this. So where do I sign?

Bonnie: It is kind of stuffy in here. Why don't we take a walk and, uh -- you just need to get some fresh air. And you can think about it.

Lily: You sure you don't want me to drive you to Loriís?

Faith: It's not that far.

Lily: Okay. Be safe, and I'll see you later, all right?

Faith: Bye.

Lily: Listen. It's gonna be okay.

Noah: Your father always said I'd be a bad influence on you. The way things turned out, I guess I would've been. He ruined my life, Noah. Don't let him ruin yours. Don't ever let your father make you ashamed of who you are. He made me feel like I didn't deserve to be your mother. I'll never forgive myself for leaving you with him. At the time, I thought I had no choice. I just hope when you grow up, you'll find the strength and the courage to believe in yourself, and to make your own choices. You should've grown up with a mother and a father who wouldn't judge you and would always understand. I'm sorry you'll never have that, Noah. I'm sorry -- I'm sorry I wasn't there.

Dusty: What we had was real.

Emily: Maybe. But you never accepted my flaws. I mean, not really. And you weren't -- you weren't honest to me about Alison, even though I was completely honest with you about everything in my life.

Dusty: I didn't want to hurt you.

Emily: So you lied to me, which ended up hurting me that much more.

Dusty: That's not what I meant to do.

Emily: I believe you. But it doesn't matter now, Dusty, because I'm not that person anymore. I'm happy now, and I don't need you to rescue me. I need you to let me move on.

Dusty: With Chris.

Emily: Yes, not just in my personal life, but professionally, too. I need you to buy me out of the newspaper.

Dusty: What if I don't?

Emily: I'll sue you for breach of contract, and take the newspaper away from you. It's your choice.

Holden: Thanks for the coffee.

Bonnie: Don't thank me yet. Just wait until you get my bill.

Holden: Haha, the most expensive caffeine fix of my life. So, how long can I put this off?

Bonnie: Long as you need to.

Holden: I've come this far. Right now, it's just a legal formality.

Bonnie: Don't kid yourself. When I split up with Isaac, I was like you. I thought I had it all together. But when I signed on the dotted line, it was hell.

Holden: You trying to scare me?

Bonnie: Okay, I wasn't with Isaac anywhere near as long as you've been with Lily. But when I realized we were done, it felt like being run over by a bulldozer. I mean I felt like a loser and a failure. And Isaac and I just stopped speaking.

Holden: Yeah, but you still had your daughter, right?

Bonnie: Actually, I didnít. Sarah sided with Isaac.

Holden: Oh, sorry.

Bonnie: Actually, all I'm trying to say is that once you sign those papers, it'll be pain 24/7.

Holden: Well, I hear you, but if that's the case, then putting it off is just gonna make things worse.

Bonnie: How do you feel?

Holden: I don't know. Numb.

Paul: So, this test -- what's it called?

Meg: CVS. Chorionic villus sample.

Paul: Is there any risk?

Meg: It's a standard procedure, like an amnio.

Paul: Because if there is any risk that this would harm the child, I don't think you should do it. It's just not worth it.

Meg: The baby will be fine. But I'm glad you're worried, and that you care.

Paul: Don't, don't, don't -- try to figure me out.

Meg: I'm just saying out loud what you won't admit. You have the same feeling I do -- that this is your child. And if we get proof that it is, then maybe you'll realize that this baby needs the both of us.

Paul: Meg --

Meg: I've gotta go, the doctor's waiting.

Craig: So what seems to be the problem at the hospital?

Evan: My contact, Chris Hughes, is totally on board to set up facilities for us at Memorial. He already in charge of one research group, and he's looking for new projects.

Craig: Well then what's the hitch?

Evan: His father is dead set against the idea. Thinks it's too risky. And I don't have to tell you, but as chief of staff, Bob Hughes carries real clout with the hospital board. I mean, without his approval, we're dead.

Craig: You know what, I wouldn't worry about that, my boy. I have given that hospital enough money over the years that they won't say no to me. I think I'm gonna drift over to Memorial and have a little chat with Dr. Bob Hughes.

Dr. Bullock: It's the usual routine, I'll just need you to sign a release.

Meg: Okay, fine, fine. There you go. Now can we run the tests?

Dr. Bullock: Are you sure you don't want to just wait a few weeks for your amnio?

Meg: No -- no, I canít. I need to get the results right away. I need to find out who the father of this baby is.

Dr. Bullock: All right, let's get started, shall we?

Rosanna: What are you doing here, Paul? Not picking up our wedding photos, I'm sure.

Paul: Look, I can explain --

Rosanna: You know what I know -- I don't need to know -- I don't need you to explain. I know about you, I know about the lie, I know about Meg!

Paul: Rosanna? Rosanna? Rosanna?

Dr. Hall: What happened to her?

Paul: I don't know, she fainted, and --

Dr. Hall: Let's get her to a room.

Nurse: Okay Ė

Dusty: You can do whatever you want with personal life, but you're not going bring down my career along with yours.

Emily: That is hardly what I'm doing!

Dusty: No deal. And I'm not buying you out of the paper.

Emily: You want to do this the hard way, fine. Expect to hear from my lawyer.

Holden: Thanks.

Bonnie: You're welcome. You know, if you want, I can deliver the separation papers to Lily.

Holden: No, no. That's okay. I think I need to do it myself.

Lily: Does that stuff help?

Dusty: Not really. Have you been crying?

Lily: Holden and I made it official. The divorce is under way.

Dusty: Maybe you guys should give it time.

Lily: No, seems that Holden has already moved on. I -- I saw him with someone.

Dusty: Emily and I are over with.

Lily: I'm sorry. Bad day all around, I guess.

[Lily laughs]

Dusty: So.

Lily: So.

Dusty: What are you going to do?

Lily: I have no idea. I just -- I just don't want to be alone.

Dusty: You don't have to. You want to get out of here?

Lily: You have no idea. Yes. Yes, let's get out of here.

Dusty: Hey, I like your style these days.

Lily: That's one of the perks to owning the place. When you said get out of here, you meant out. I'd really would rather not go up to your room.

Dusty: I've a better idea. You're gonna love it. Come on.

Luke: Noah, are you okay?

Noah: I still just trying to process all this, okay? I mean, these letters actually make my mother sound pretty decent. Why would she become a prostitute? How could she become such an awful person? I'm not gonna forgive my dad for this.

Luke: Well, maybe you should talk to your aunt in Memphis. You know, she might be able to tell you more about your mom.

Noah: What good would that do? You know, I don't even wanna talk about this right now?

Luke: Okay. I get it. I get it, I do. My parents are splitting up, and I don't wanna talk about that either.

Noah: Let's just, um -- let's do something physical.

Luke: Like what?

Noah: Like your physical therapy. I promised I would have you on your feet. Ready? One, two, three, four -- 96, and 97, 98, 99, 100.

Luke: Wow. Wow, that was killer. My legs are sore!

Noah: Is that just a figure of speech, or -- can you actually feel your legs?

Meg: So, I'm all set, right?

Dr. Bullock: You should be just fine. There were no complications. I managed to get a viable sample, and I already sent that up to the lab.

Meg: Good. And they have the DNA samples for the possible fathers, so if they tested them already, maybe I could get the results soon.

Dr. Bullock: I'll tell Eli up in the lab to expedite this.

Meg: You know, Eliís an old friend of mine. Maybe he could do me a favor.

Dr. Bullock: I hope you get the answers you need.

Meg: Thanks. Oh, by the way, one more thing. I know I probably don't have to say this, but the results from the DNA samples, they have to be confidential. I don't want anybody to know -- especially my husband.

Dr. Bullock: I understand. Don't worry.

Meg: Thank you.

Dr. Bullock: Take care of yourself.

Craig: Meg, what are you doing back here?

Dr. Hall: She's still not responding. I'll need her medical records. Does she have a history of seizures?

Paul: She was in a coma for two years. And we didn't think she was gonna come out of it. And they gave her an experimental drug, and she's been fine, for weeks, she's been fine.

Dr. Hall: Well, I'll go run some tests, but it's possible that she might be having a relapse.

Paul: Wake up. Rosanna, you need to wake up now.

On the next "As the World Turns" --

Carly: When you thought I was dying, you did everything you could to keep this family together because you knew it was the right thing to do. It still is.

Sage: Don't worry, Mommy. I know how to get Daddy back.

Paul: So you can't tell me when she's gonna wake up.

Dr. Hall: Right now, our only hope is that she comes out of this on her own.

Bonnie: Great guys like you are rare, Holden. Lily was a fool to let you go.

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