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As The World Turns Transcript Thursday 12/6/07
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Proofread By Emma
Brad: So, you -- so you're actually saying --
Katie: We should have sex.
Brad: You and me?
Katie: Yeah, this is the one thing I thought you would understand. I want a baby! You are healthy, available, and have certain appealing qualities. If I pay close attention to the child's education, I'm sure I can counteract some of the parts that aren't so bright.
Brad: Right, right -- okay. But -- sex?
Katie: Yeah, yeah, it is what you've been trying to talk me into.
Brad: But you were so against it.
Katie: I know, but at least I'll feel like I'm going through the motions of a normal life. Do we have a deal?
Brad: I don't know. I don't know if I could do -- do this.
Vienna: There's no need for medical science here. All Brad and Katie need to make a baby is some spare time. And maybe a Barry White album.
Jack: Thank you, I know you're trying to punish me for what I did to Katie. But thank you -- thank you for putting that picture in my head.
Vienna: Katie is a passionate woman. And right now, she wants a baby. Passionately. And that's where Brad comes in.
Jack: But Katie's smarter than that, Vienna.
Vienna: Jack -- she's none of your business anymore.
[Cell phone rings]
Margo: I'm going to need you back here.
Jack: What's wrong?
Margo: You're not going to believe what Carly's done this time.
Carly: Okay, yeah, I'm sorry about that. I will take care of it. And next time, just be sure that you talk to me about it, okay? Thanks.
Kit: Coffee? I made a fresh pot.
Carly: Yes, wow. It's always nice to have a fresh cup of coffee when you roll out of bed. In the middle of the afternoon.
Kit: Ooh, you're in a swell mood.
Carly: You know that paperwork for the liquor license? It's not at the clerk's office.
Kit: Oops. Look, I'll get right on it, okay?
Carly: Why don't I get on it? That way, we'll know that it gets done.
Kit: Right. Have you seen Sam?
Carly: No. No, I heard him, though. Last night. All night long. So, let's see, Sam shows up and instead of getting thrown out, he moves in. You do him instead of doing your job. What's wrong with this picture?
Kit: Honey, you're jealous.
Paul: Hey, blue eyes. I have some good news. The doctor's going to have to check you out first, but maybe we can go home today.
Rosanna: I'm not so sure that's a good idea.
Craig: Hey, hey, hey, I told you to leave this in the car. Come here.
Meg: What? I'm pregnant, I'm not an invalid.
Craig: Oh, I just -- I don't want anything to happen. You wind up back in the hospital, all right?
Meg: Craig, the baby's heartbeat was steady. I'm fine. The cramping has stopped. Stop worrying, please.
Craig: No, you're right. You're right. Everything's fine. This is kind of fun, isn't it? You think this time next year we're going to be shopping for our own child?
Meg: The idea of you Christmas shopping for your own child -- that's kind of scary.
Craig: Christmas is no time for restraint. Yeah, these "Dear Santa" letters, they -- they just -- they get to me. I mean, these kids, they've got nothing and they just ask for so little. I have trouble understanding that. What?
Meg: You know what? I'm a sucker for that little boy part of you. You're actually kind of generous.
Craig: Yeah, well, when I get everything that I want, I can be very generous. And I have everything I want.
Meg: Craig, I don't you to gloss over things.
Craig: Who's doing that?
Meg: You. Are you sure you're not upset that Paul was the one that took me to the hospital?
Paul: You don't want to go home?
Rosanna: Not unless I'm sure that it is home. Paul, you have to be completely honest with me about Meg.
Craig: Thank God Paul was there to help. Thank God the baby is all right. And mainly, thank God you're okay.
Meg: You've been --
Craig: Yeah, I know. I've been wonderful, amazing, practically saint-like. What a lucky gal you are, huh? Well, where's the mistletoe when you need it?
Emma: Oh, what a pretty picture. If only it were real.
Jack: Margo, if there's anyone I don't want to deal with right now, it's Carly.
Margo: Yeah, I know. But I'm going to order you to come back here. She's not exactly my favorite person either.
Jack: Why, what happened?
Margo: Come on down and find out.
Carly: I'm the first to admit that I'm not at the top of my game. But I am not, nor will I ever be jealous of Sam.
Kit: No, not jealous of Sam himself, but jealous of the fact that I've got a man in my life and you're all alone, rejected, deserted --
Carly: Okay. I think that we should make some ground rules here. In fact, we should probably just rethink this whole partnership thing all together.
[Cell phone rings]
Kit: Well, okay -- do you want me to handle that?
Carly: No. I will handle it, thank you.
Carly: Jack. Hey, what's up?
Jack: Not much. But I need you and your new best friend Kit to come down to the station -- now.
Katie: Can't do it?
Brad: Oh, wait, wait, wait. I can do it. I mean, I can always do it if there's a real person involved.
Katie: So what's the problem?
Katie: Really? Okay. Sorry to drag you out here, you can go now.
Brad: No. No, no. Try to understand. What I -- what I've come to realize is that this baby -- this means everything to you, so the way it happens, it should mean something, too. You know, it's a big deal, and you don't just need someone who can --
Katie: Deliver the goods?
Brad: Yeah. It needs to be done with class. Whereas with me, I'll probably end up saying something stupid or whatever. You know, you need someone who can make it something nice to remember. And that's just not me.
Katie: Brad -- no.
Brad: What? What?
Katie: All right, I didn't want to have to tell you this, but one of the reasons -- one of the main reasons that you fit the bill, shall we say, is that you're really, deeply shallow.
Brad: I'm sorry about that.
Katie: Don't be. Oh, I should have known this was coming. You're so nice -- you're so good to me, and when Jack went off with Carly --
Brad: I was trying to be your friend.
Katie: Yeah, that's what it seemed like to me, too. Until I found out that you were lying the whole time with Carly.
Brad: I am really sorry about that --
Katie: Don't be! You were just Brad being Brad. After all, you weren't all of a sudden some other person. I'm a big fan of consistency lately.
Brad: I am totally losing track of this conversation.
Katie: You are undependable. Always have been, always will be. You run away from commitment and responsibility.
Brad: And suddenly that's a good thing?
Katie: Yes, in this situation, it's a great thing. Because here's the deal. Here's what we have to make perfectly clear. You are here to get me pregnant. That's it. No sentimentality. No hearts and flowers. No residual feelings afterwards.
Brad: Wham, bam, thank you ma'am?
Katie: You've made a career out of it, why change now?
Brad: I don't know. I don't think that's such a good thing for you.
Katie: Who cares -- I don't want you thinking about what's good for me. The only person I want thinking about me is me from now on.
Brad: Oh, man, this has gotten nothing to do with me.
Katie: Exactly! If I could do it alone, I would!
Brad: No, this is about Jack.
Kit: I don't think it's a good idea you jump every time your husband snaps his fingers.
Carly: Well, he's not just my ex, he's also a detective, one who has serious doubts about you. Hey, you needed to see us?
Jack: Why don't you come into the other room?
Carly: Nice to see you, too, Jack.
Kit: Sam! What have you done to him?
Margo: We apprehended him breaking into your club.
Carly: Wait, Metro? You told him about Metro?
Kit: Well, Sam and I share everything.
Margo: Except, it seems, the security code for the alarm system.
Sam: They said there was an alarm, I didn't hear anything.
Margo: It's a silent alarm. It keeps the burglars from running away, so that we can catch them.
Sam: Well, that seems sort of underhanded to me.
Carly: He was stealing from Metro?
Kit: You arrested him?
Jack: Yeah, yeah, we did. And it wasn't his first time either.
Carly: What were you thinking?
Jack: What were you thinking? Guess, just guess what he gave us as his local address. It's got a familiar ring to it.
Carly: Oh, I --
Jack: I don't think that letting him bunk in was the first step to proving that you can provide a safe and secure home for your children.
Carly: It's temporary.
Jack: It's insane, Carly. That's what it is, along with every -- you've doing lately --
[Sam picks up his dummy]
Cowboy Jack: Let me out! Let me out of here!
Margo: What the hell is that?
Jack: Its Detective Snyder to you, Pal. I'm not going to say it again --
Cowboy Jack: So, Sheriff. Looks to me like someone needs to teach you some manners.
Katie: I can't believe this. Brad, be Brad. Someone says let's have sex, Brad Snyder does not say, "Let's talk, let's express our feelings."
Brad: The only reason why I'm the candidate is because I'm Jack's brother. You can't have him, but you can have some of his gene pool --
Katie: Oh, no, do not analyze me! Do you know how sick I am of talking and feeling and thinking and thinking about what I'm talking and feeling? I want a baby and if you would shut up, I'd want you.
Brad: I can't think of anything more wonderful than to spend the rest of the day in bed with you. And I think leaving in the morning will be one of the hardest things I have ever had to do. But I -- I want you to be happy. So you need to think this through. Is this really what you want?
Jack: Is this a joke?
Cowboy Jack: This ain't no joke. Maybe you need a lesson or two on how to talk to a pretty young lady.
Margo: Oh, that's not a lady. That's his wife. Ba-dum ching.
Cowboy Jack: Been my experience, when a fellow talks that way to a lady, means his six shooter ain't firing properly.
Jack: You think this is funny?
Carly: No, no. No, what I think is funny --
Jack: No, please tell me -- I'd love to know.
Carly: Well, I think it's -- its sort of funny that I got a call from the station. I had to come down here, I thought it was bad news. Now bad news to me is that my son has been kidnapped, or that I'm going to die, or someone is holding a gun at my daughter. But when I found out that the big emergency is that I've been harboring a guy and his dummy, I get a little giddy, I'm sorry.
Kit: Hey, he's a professional ventriloquist, okay?
Margo: Can we just pretend for a while that we are in a police station and get back to breaking and entering?
Cowboy Jack: Hold your horses! Now, there's no reason to get all riled up --
Margo: Whoa, whoa! Whoa, whoa, whoa --
Cowboy Jack: No, no, no, no --
Margo: You talk like a real person. And if he -- that thing opens his mouth again, he's going in the wood chipper.
Cowboy Jack: Whoa, them there's fightin' words --
Sam: I -- look, I was just practicing a little bit to work on my act, before I show Carly. I was hoping maybe to get a gig at the club.
Jack: Oh, yeah, that'll give you the cutting-edge, downtown feel you were looking for.
Carly: Sam, you shouldn't have broken in.
Sam: I was trying to surprise Kit.
Carly: You know, I think he's telling the truth. I think he's telling the truth, because the Metro's not even open. There's nothing there to steal. So why don't we just let this go?
Jack: Oh, is that what you want? You want to let this go?
Jack: Okay. Well, I can do that. I can do that. But first, you read this, and then we'll talk.
Meg: Mama, do we have to do this now?
Craig: You know what? Actually, I think that's a good idea. Meg, why don't you give your mom some time alone with me? I think it's time we cleared the air.
Meg: Good luck. It's so easy to change her mind.
Craig: I understand that you are little wary of me.
Emma: A little wary? Well, that's putting it very, very mildly.
Craig: And I know that you're worried about Meg. But I would never do anything to hurt her, I swear that.
Emma: Oh, not for probably seven months or so.
Craig: Oh, you think --
Emma: I know -- I know how much your children mean to you.
Emma: Yeah. And their mothers, on the other hand, can be an inconvenience. And you really don't like inconveniences, do you? You handle inconveniences.
Craig: Well, I can see where Meg gets her trusting nature.
Emma: She told me about Paul. And she told me that you know. I have seen you take years to get your revenge. What's a couple of months to you? But I would like to tell you something. If you mess with my daughter, Big Boy, you're going to be messing with me.
Craig: Emma, I love Meg. And she has no reason to be afraid of me.
Emma: I don't believe it.
Meg: But I do. And that's what matters.
Dr. Hall: So, you are good to go.
Paul: Great. This is everything we were hoping for.
Dr. Hall: Just make sure she doesn't overdo it, and I'll see you early next week.
Paul: He's chatty, huh? I'm just kidding, I haven't heard ten words out of the guy since we got here.
Rosanna: Paul. I don't want to pretend like nothing has happened. I don't want to sweep everything under the rug.
Paul: I don't want you to be stressed.
Rosanna: Well, not talking about things doesn't make them any less stressful. I saw you and Meg together. I saw how intense it was.
Paul: Why don't we get you home, and then we can talk about whatever you want to talk about.
Rosanna: No! Now. What is going on between you and Meg?
Craig: You know that I have hit upon a New Year's resolution? I am going to make your mother like me.
Meg: Why not shoot for something simpler? Bring peace to the Middle East.
Craig: Oh, funny. You're in a good mood.
Meg: Christmas spirit.
Craig: Oh, and here I was I thought you were starting to like me maybe.
Meg: You buy Christmas presents for poor kids. You forgive the unforgivable. Who would like you?
Craig: How about girls' names? What do you think about Craigina?
Meg: You know, that is so like you -- Ma'am, do you need some help?
Pregnant woman: My water broke --
Meg: Craig, give me a hand. We're going to -- we're going to take you to the hospital. Do you think you could walk a little?
Rosanna: It's a simple question. What were you doing here with Meg?
Paul: It's not a simple answer.
Rosanna: Did you sleep with her? I mean, since I've been back, have you slept with her?
Paul: Yes. But you and I were not married. It was a mistake.
Rosanna: She's pregnant. And you could be the father.
Meg: Hold on. Craig, what's going on?
Craig: We're between floors.
Pregnant woman: No!
Meg: Okay, what's your name?
Pregnant woman: Judy --
Meg: Okay, Judy, we are going to get down on the floor until we get out of here. Okay?
Pregnant woman: Contraction --
Meg: All right -- all right, don't worry. Everything's okay, all right? I'm a nurse. I've done this many, many times.
Pregnant woman: Hospital --
Meg: Yes, we are going to get you to a hospital. My husband is the best at getting us out of tight spots. But you and I have a more important job. All right? We're going to breathe. All right? You remember how to breathe through this? All right. Okay, is it letting up?
Craig: Hello? Hi? Can anybody hear this? We are in elevator number two. I've got a woman in labor here. Can anybody hear me? Hello?
Pregnant woman: Why won't they answer? What's going on?
Craig: Okay, you know what? You know what? It's going to be fine. You're going to be just fine. I know it's scary, but Meg, here, is, like -- is the best. I mean it. And everything is going to be fine. Everything is going to be fine, right?
Paul: I'm not the baby's father.
Rosanna: You can't know that.
Paul: I do know that. Meg had a paternity test. That's why you saw me here at the hospital the other day. The results came back, and Craig is the father.
Rosanna: Oh, well, thank God.
Paul: Rosanna, I'm so sorry. I'm sorry that you had to know. Look, it is over. I swear.
Rosanna: Is it?
Paul: Yes. What do you mean?
Rosanna: Well -- what -- what if things were different? You know? What if you had been the father? Would you still be with me?
Craig: Okay, just concentrate on your breathing, Judy. You are doing great.
Meg: Judy, has your doctor mentioned anything about you having problems with delivery, or with pregnancy?
Pregnant woman: No, why?
Meg: Your contractions are getting closer. I think you might have the baby here.
Katie: Why are you doing this to me?
Brad: Because this time tomorrow, I still want to be your friend.
Katie: Brad. The timing, it's right.
Brad: Okay, okay -- this is what you're going to do. You're going to go downstairs. You're going to have a glass of wine. You're going to clear you had. You can relax. You can think.
Katie: And you're going to run?
Brad: No. No, I'm going to get rid of the circus element. You're going to come up here, and if you still want to do this -- I will do my best.
Katie: Brad Snyder. In a million years, I wouldn't have seen this coming.
[Katie leaves. And Brad goes looks at himself in the mirror]
Brad: Who the hell are you?
Vienna: What are you doing here? Why aren't you upstairs with --?
Katie: Upstairs with -- a good book? My memories? Or could you possibly mean Brad?
Vienna: You changed your mind, didn't you? You kicked him out.
Katie: No, no, he's upstairs.
Vienna: Oh, well, that makes perfect sense. He's upstairs alone in your room, and you are down here in the bar alone. Oh, well, that'll make a baby!
Katie: We needed -- time to think something through. I'm going back up. Brad may be kind of a simple guy, but you know what? I'm thinking complexity is way overrated.
Vienna: Whatever you're doing, Brad? Keep it up. Keep it up.
Carly: Okay, so, clearly Sam has made some mistakes.
Jack: He's committed a lot of crimes.
Carly: Well, he didn't hurt anybody but himself. And the last time he was arrested was years ago --
Jack: Oh, come on, Carly! The guy's got loser written all over him. And he's a bad ventriloquist. And as far as his girlfriend goes? Don't even get me started there. These are your roommates? These people? What?
Carly: I'm just thinking about something that Brad said about you. I told him he was wrong.
Jack: He always is.
Carly: He said that the most important thing in the world to you is to be right. And to tell people what they ought to do.
Jack: I am not telling anyone what to do. Okay? It's your choice to have these people in your life. And it's my choice not to have these people in my kids' lives.
Carly: Why? Because he's a bad ventriloquist? Because they're losers? I'm a loser, too. I've lost everything. Even the pretense that I'm good enough for you. But I know that I am good enough for my children. And they will grow up knowing that, because there is good in me. And you know something? There's good in Kit! And there's good in Sam! Maybe you don't know as much as you think you do!
Jack: Wow, I better rethink my life. If you and Brad, moral beacons that you are, disapprove how I live --
Carly: Jack, our kids need both of us. Find some other way to punish me, something that doesn't involve them.
Jack: You think not letting those low-lives in my children's lives is punishing you?
Carly: Yeah. I think you're mad at me. No, I think you're mad at yourself for loving me.
Jack: Do you hear what you're saying? You're turning this whole thing around to be my fault!
Margo: Jack, Jack -- Jack, get out. Now.
Jack: You would not believe some of the things she said --
Margo: Jack, Detective, I ordered you out of the room.
Jack: The man has a criminal record. So does Kit.
Carly: So do I.
Jack: Who's got the upper hand here?
Margo: Well, you got a whole lot of trouble --
Carly: Oh, I know. Yeah, I have a really big mouth.
Margo: No, I'm not talking about you, I'm talking about Metro. You got six, seven building violations here. In fact, it seems that your alarm is the only thing that is working.
Brad: Oh, Boy. Okay. Knew it was too good to be true. All right –
[Brad opens the door to leave and Katie is standing there]
Carly: So you go to check out a robbery, and you become building inspectors?
Margo: Well, sometimes life is full of big, bad surprises. Ask anyone -- ask Katie.
Carly: Are you charging Sam?
Margo: No, I don't think so. But you should get him out of here, because I don't think Jack cares for him.
Carly: Gee, that's hard to tell.
Margo: You know, one good thing about this afternoon I learned from Sam and his sidekick? The answer to the age-old question, is there anything more annoying than a mime?
Carly: Okay, Guys. Let's go.
Sam: Carly, I am so sorry.
Carly: Hey, Sam. Just go. Come on. Jack, can we just talk --
Margo: I apologize. I am so sorry. I shouldn't have brought you down here. I shouldn't have put you through it. I should have handled it myself, after everything she's put you through.
Jack: It's not what she's put me through. It's what she's done to Katie.
Brad: I thought you'd changed your mind.
Katie: So did I.
Brad: You're still in the hallway. Indicates hesitation on your part.
Katie: I have to say something first, and I guess it'll just be easier if I am not looking at you.
Katie: I've said terrible things to you.
Brad: Terrible, as in accurate?
Katie: Don't talk. I treated you really badly today.
Brad: Lucky for you, I don't have feelings.
Katie: Yes, you do. And I don't want to hurt them.
Brad: You didn't.
Katie: There's more. Brad, in your very weird, sweet way, you really do look out for people. When I have a baby, I hope -- he or she, when they grow up, they're like that, too.
Brad: Wow. I think that's the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me. Of course you'd know it's a very short list.
Katie: Right. So, where do we go from here?
Craig: You're doing great, Judy, just great.
Pregnant woman: How much longer?
Meg: They're getting closer.
Pregnant woman: No, I have to get to the hospital. I want my husband!
Craig: Oh, I know. I know -- your husband. And he misses you, too. Right?
Pregnant woman: No. This morning he went to Chicago for business --I was fine.
Craig: And now, when he gets home, you're just going to give him a beautiful new baby. Now, do you know whether or not it's a boy or a girl yet?
Pregnant woman: No!
Craig: Now, all right. Judy, Judy, just keep breathing. Just keep breathing, okay?
Meg: Okay, I think this is it.
Rosanna: Look, it's a simple question. If you were the father, would it have made a difference? Would you go to her?
Paul: That's two questions. Yes, of course it would have made a difference -- of course.
Rosanna: Of course.
Paul: Well, but -- I don't know what I would have done.
Rosanna: Well, that's honest.
Paul: But Rosanna, I am not the father, so --
Rosanna: So it doesn't matter.
Craig: Okay. No, you are doing great, Judy. Just keep breathing, all right? Just concentrate on that, all right?
Pregnant woman: It's better.
Craig: Okay, here we go. Here we go. Try some water, a little bit of water.
Meg: Okay, Judy.
Meg: I think when the next contraction comes, you need to push.
Pregnant woman: No.
Craig: No? Its okay, Judy.
Meg: The baby is crowning.
Pregnant woman: No, not here.
Craig: Breathe. Its okay, Judy --
Meg: Its okay, Honey, I'm right here. I'm right here, okay?
Pregnant woman: No, I can't! I'm afraid.
Craig: All right. It's all right. No, no, just listen to me. Just don't be afraid, don't talk, just concentrate on your breathing. Breathe.
Meg: Okay. He's right. Okay, just listen to him, breathe. Okay, do this for your baby. Okay, I'm right here, Honey, don't worry.
Craig: You're doing great.
Meg: Okay, I just need you to help me a little bit, okay? One more push and I promise everything will be okay. All right? Okay.
Pregnant woman: No!
Craig: Good, good, good, good!
Pregnant woman: No!
Rosanna: I'm very sorry that it happened, but I understand why you lied.
Paul: I didn't mean to hurt you.
Rosanna: Well, it's over. Right? I mean, it has to be over.
Paul: With Meg? Yes, yes, it's over. Yes. I swear. Look, Meg is my past. And when you were here, and I thought that you weren't going to come back to me, Rosanna, I couldn't stand it. You're all I want. You're all I care about. I just want us to go home so that we can -- we can be together.
Rosanna: Well, that's what I really wanted to hear.
Meg: Okay, Judy, I see the head, we're in great shape. Just one more push, okay? Okay, push!
Craig: Good, good, good.
Meg: Here he is. Judy, your baby's here.
Pregnant woman: I don't hear anything.
Meg: Oh, don't worry, you will. [Baby cries] And isn't that a beautiful sound!
Craig: Oh, it is, indeed.
Pregnant woman: He? Did you say he?
Meg: He is a beautiful baby boy.
Pregnant woman: Oh!
Craig: Did you know, we are going to have a baby of our own.
Pregnant woman: Oh, that's why you were so nice.
Craig: No, that's why I was. She's always nice.
Meg: Judy, I would like you to meet your son.
Craig: Oh, now you get here. What, did you guys stop for coffee or something?
EMT #1: Everyone okay?
Craig: Yeah, yeah. Okay, you got her? Okay, let's give them some room, all right?
Meg: Yeah, sure.
Craig: Wow. Hey, huh?
Meg: I was kind of scared.
Craig: Yeah, but look what you did.
Meg: We did.
Sam: I'm a real good electrician. In fact, some people say I'm better at that than being a ventriloquist. And I can fix that stuff at Metro in no time.
Kit: Yeah, and I'll take care of the liquor license thing, Carly. Look, you gave us a chance when no one else would, I'm going to make sure that you're not sorry about it. Okay?
Carly: It's okay.
Kit: No, it's not okay. We heard what your husband was yelling in that little room.
Sam: We'll move out.
Kit: Yeah. Its Christmas time, you need to be with your family.
Carly: Oh, no, no, no, no. No, you can't afford to move out. And you know, even if you did, Jack would come up with some other reason to keep my kids away from me. He's that mad.
Kit: There ain't nothing you can do to get on his good side?
Carly: It'd take a miracle.
Margo: Jack, Katie is tough, she'll get through this.
Jack: Let me ask you this. You really think it's a great time for Katie to be making life-altering decisions?
Margo: No, not at all.
Jack: Well, she's decided to get pregnant with my brother's child. You call that getting through?
Katie: What now?
Margo: No, Katie --Katie wouldn't do that.
Jack: They were at the hospital. Brad was all set to --
Margo: You know, now let's just look at this objectively. My sister -- no, not with him. No.
Jack: Well, I was able to talk her out of it this time. But, you know Katie. Once she gets something in her head --
Margo: I know, I know.
Jack: Please, do you think maybe you could talk to her?
Margo: I don't know. It might be too late.
Vienna: And I got these super cute booties. No, not me -- Katie! Well, in nine months or so, well, give or take a week, you and I are going to be Godparents. No, I'm not crazy. Brad and Katie are at the hotel room making love --
Carly: What did you just say?
Vienna: The lingerie has done nothing to you.
Carly: Tell me where Brad and Katie are.
Vienna: No. Okay, at her room at Lakeview. Oh, God, I'm so weak. So weak! Why are you going there? Why do you even care?
Carly: Because if Katie gets pregnant by Brad, it'll kill Jack. And it's not good for her, either!
Vienna: Well, I think you are wrong. Dead wrong.
Carly: Yeah? Join the club.
Margo: Look, if I say anything -- if anybody says anything, Katie's just going to get stubborn and dig her heels in and go ahead and do it.
Jack: I know.
Margo: So we just have to trust her better judgment.
Jack: Or Brad's.
Craig: Hey, I just got off the phone with your husband. A --he loves you. B --he's sorry he wasn't here. And C --then he said some sort of not-so-nice words about traffic on the Eisenhower.
Pregnant woman: Your daddy says bad words. But he's really nice. Like you two.
Meg: Happy to help.
Pregnant woman: I think, if it's okay with my husband, I'm going to name the baby Craig.
Craig: Well, that is an excellent idea.
Nurse #2: Mrs. Gottschalk, your room is ready. And this is the guy who couldn't wait to get here?
Craig: Congrats, again. Wow, he's going to be named after me.
Meg: I -- you were great. Like I said, I was scared, and I would look over at you and think that everything was okay. 'Cause you were there.
Craig: And I'm not going anywhere, either.
Paul: Come on. Let's see what we can do to get you out of here.
Paul: Get us home, and we can concentrate on us. Just us.
Rosanna: Yes, that would be nice.
Paul: It would be really nice. Okay, let's get you sprung.
Rosanna: Paul? I meant what I said. The past -- is behind us, okay?
[Knocking at door]
Brad: Did you pay the hotel bill?
Katie: Of course I did. I'll go get rid of whoever that is. What the hell are you doing here?
Carly: I'm hoping to keep you from making the biggest mistake of your life.
Announcer: On the next "As the World Turns" --
Chris: Don't worry, my old man's not going to be calling the shots around here much longer.
Bob: I wouldn't count on that. This old man isn't going anywhere.
Eli: Meg and I are old friends.
Rosanna: How much do you want?
Carly: If you are trying to get back at Jack, this is not the way to do it. Sleeping with Brad will only make you miss him more.
Jack: Well, what you did only made things worse. And it probably pushed Katie into bed with Brad.
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