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As The World Turns Transcript Friday 12/14/07
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Will: What is all this?
Gwen: Sofie's in trouble.
Will: Aaron said she was staying out at the Wagon Wheel.
Gwen: Yeah, she's still there. But she's all by herself. That baby's due soon, Will. And when I saw her she looked bad, and I don't think she's eating. So, I thought maybe I'd bring over some food and some prenatal vitamins from -- well, you know -- so, I'll see you later, okay? What are you doing?
Will: Hi, social services, please.
Will: If Sofie needs help, we'll find her some, but it's not going to be you.
Aaron: Okay, the light's a little better here. I'll see if I can get this thing started.
Alison: Well, good thing you're an ace mechanic. Because these shoes were not made for walking. So, when are you going to tell me where we're going on our date?
Aaron: We're going nowhere. I can't fix this without my tools. We're stuck.
Gwen: Will, stop. Please, that baby she's carrying is my niece.
Will: That baby she's carrying could have been ours.
Gwen: And she's never going to be. I understand that. You think I can't handle helping Sofie?
Will: Handle it how? The way you handled the in vitro not working? And the miscarriage, and Billy?
Gwen: Yes, exactly like that.
Will: I got news for you, Babe. Putting it out of your mind? That's not handling it. Crying in the shower when you think I'm not listening? That's not handling it. And making friends with Sofie, when she's carrying a child that we can never have, that sure as hell isn't handling it.
Aaron: Why'd this have to happen now? When we're stuck in the middle of nowhere.
Alison: This is it. Wait, wait, wait. This is it. This is the surprise, isn't it?
Aaron: Alison, what are you talking about?
Alison: Like that time back in Seattle when you took me on that drive and you pretended to run out of gas and then we parked by the lake.
Aaron: Listen, that was my mom's car. This is bike. And I think that was July. It's December. I'm freezing here. You think I actually planned this?
Alison: Well, I guess not.
Aaron: Alison --
Alison: No, we should just call road service. Do you know where we are?
Aaron: I think we just passed Brent Road. Which means -- hang up the phone.
Alison: What is it?
Aaron: Hang up. I'll be right back, okay? I'll be right back. Don't go --
Alison: You're going to leave me here alone?
Aaron: How far can you walk in those heels? Not very far. Okay? I'll be right back. I promise. I promise.
Alison: Fine. But when I'm murdered by some creepy guy wearing a mask carrying an ax, you'll be sorry.
Jack: Hey, did you call about that license?
Dallas: Yeah, my friend's on it. Any minute now, the red tape will hit the fan.
Jack: Outstanding. Thanks, I owe you one.
Dallas: One question. You sure you want to do this to Carly?
Carly: All right, we've got the health permit and the business permit. Two more things we can check off the list, right?
Kit: Okay, and the liquor license?
Carly: I'm going to pick that up tomorrow.
Kit: Okay, well, I'm nearly done with this payroll and taxes. You know, my bar back in Idaho was never this much trouble.
Carly: Well, Jack said that we need to do things by the book, so that's exactly what we're going to do.
Kit: Yeah, well, with this construction and rewiring, we are way over budget.
Carly: Well, how much over budget, exactly?
Kit: Let's put it this way, if we don't open on New Yearís Eve with a sell-out crowd, we are in trouble.
Carly: Oh! How did all of that money disappear so quickly?
Kit: I don't know.
Carly: Hello? This is she. Oh, no! No, you can't do this to me!
Jack: I'm not setting Carly up.
Dallas: But you're making it a lot tougher for her to get her business started.
Jack: That's how it goes sometimes. Carly's got to learn to play by the rules, like everybody else.
Craig: You do recognize this, don't you?
Rosanna: Why should I? I mean, you come in here making these ridiculous --
Craig: Well, then let me refresh your oh, so convenient memory. This is a videotape from a security camera at the hospital. Ring a bell?
Rosanna: How on earth would you get access to something like that?
Craig: I couldnít. Not easily. Lucky for me, this was in your safe.
Rosanna: Well, how would you get in my safe?
Craig: You really have to do something about these memory lapses of yours, Rosanna. Because I installed that safe. Remember? Now, let's see, where were we? Oh, yes. Oh, and look at you. Here you are in your hospital garb. You are a remarkable woman, Rosanna. You bounce back from the brink of death and what's the very first thing you do? Is change the paternity test results. And just like that, I am the father of Paul Ryanís son.
Paul: Your baby just moved for the first time.
Paul: That's amazing.
Meg: Yeah. Thank God. You know what? When the doctor first said there was a chance for a genetic defect I thought --
Paul: What? You thought what?
Meg: You're going to think I'm superstitious and foolish. But I thought that the baby was being punished because I slept with you.
Paul: I don't think the universe would punish you for that. You husband, however, that's a different story.
Rosanna: All right, it's true. I changed the test results.
Craig: Oh, come on. Let's not waste time admitting what we already both know. I want to know why? Why?
Rosanna: Well, isn't it obvious?
Craig: Paul. Paul knew. Paul. Paul put you up to this.
Rosanna: No, no, no, no, no. Paul did not have anything to do with this. It was me. It was just me. Paul thinks that the baby is yours because that's what I wanted him to think. I needed him to think that so that we wouldn't go to Meg. All right? It was me. It was just me.
Craig: Oh, you afraid of me, Rosanna? You should be.
Rosanna: What -- what are you going to do?
Craig: What I always do. I'm going to get what I want.
Rosanna: Well, what you want is Meg.
Rosanna: And a family. You want a family.
Rosanna: So, we should keep this our secret.
Craig: Paul Ryan slept with my wife. My wife! Now, do you think that I've forgotten that? Do you think I've forgiven it?
Rosanna: All right. So, you want revenge? Well, what revenge could be better than this? Raise Paul's son as your own.
Meg: You think you know Craig? But you don't know how he is with me. He loves me.
Paul: Well, sometimes, that's just not enough, Meg.
Meg: You doubted me, and you left. Craig had every reason to doubt me. But he didn't leave. He stayed. And we made this baby. And if this baby is healthy, I will be forever grateful. And I will love Craig. And we will have a family.
Paul: You make it sound like penance.
Meg: Sometimes love happens to you, and sometimes you make love happen.
Rosanna: I mean, you can't kill Paul. How would that get you what you want? I mean, even if you staged some sort of accident, Meg would know that it was you.
Craig: I am not concerned with Paul, yet. You did this, Rosanna. And when I tell Paul that, do you think he's going to stay with you?
Rosanna: Okay. What do you want? I'll give you anything you want.
Craig: I held my wife in my arms, and I listened to our baby's heartbeat, and I knew that baby belonged to Meg and me. I want that. Can you give me that, Rosanna?
Alison: Oh, uh, how did you get this truck so fast, and where did you get it?
Aaron: Uh, from a friend. All right. All set. Let's get out of here.
Alison: Aaron, did you hot wire this truck?
Aaron: What? No.
Alison: Then where did you get it?
Aaron: I have a friend who lives nearby. Five miles, if you take that road right there. But, I made it in five minutes crossing that field. That's what I did. Let's go. Let's get out of here. Come on.
Alison: So, you borrowed this truck from a friend?
Aaron: That's right. You must be cold, Ali. Come on.
Alison: Which friend?
Alison: Melanie Vogel? This is Melanie Vogelís truck.
Aaron: Alison, don't start with me.
Alison: What did you have to give her before she gave you this truck?
Aaron: Nothing. Okay? The truck was just sitting there.
Alison: Did you tell her you were borrowing the truck so you could go on a date with me?
Aaron: No. I was in a hurry, Ali.
Alison: Well, now she's going to be after you again.
Aaron: She's moving to Georgia to get married, okay? The guy's she with is so in love with her, he bought her a hybrid. She let me take the truck because she's happy. Happy like we'll be if you just get in the truck.
Will: Take your keys if you want to go.
Gwen: You never talk about them. The babies that we lost. I always talk and you listen, but you never bring them up.
Will: Well, you don't want to hear that.
Gwen: You're their father.
Will: Yeah. I was a big help, too. A father's supposed to take care of their kids and make sure nothing happens to them. And you, I was supposed to take care of you.
Gwen: You do. Listen to me. You do.
Will: Gwen, how can you be around Sofie?
Gwen: Because she doesn't have anybody. We have each other. And I know that I'm never going to be able to adopt that little girl. That doesn't mean I can just stop caring about a baby that was supposed to be ours. I can't sit here and let something bad happed to her and her mom. Can you? Look, I know -- there's nothing that we can do about what happened to our babies, but this little girl we can save her.
Will: I'll drive.
Kit: You look like you're about to have a coronary. Who was on the phone?
Carly: He's just some pencil pushing peon from the clerk's office.
Sam: What's up?
Carly: They're denying us the liquor license.
Kit: No way.
Carly: No liquor, no bar. No bar, no customers.
Kit: And no money coming in. Our entire investment's going to be circling down the drain!
Sam: Did they give you a reason?
Carly: No. No, just a lot of doubtful talk. I'm gonna go and talk to Jack.
Kit: What? You think he pulled the license? We both know he ain't crazy about me and Sam.
Carly: No, no, no, no. No. He wouldn't do something like that. Maybe he can help me figure out what's going on. Will you bring the glassware over to Metro, please?
Sam: Well, but glasses won't do much good with no alcohol to put in them.
Carly: We're going to get that license and if anybody can help us do it, it's Jack.
Parker: I can't find my math workbook.
J.J.: It's at Momís.
J.J.: Don't you remember, Parker? When you pretended like you had a ton of homework so you wouldn't have to talk to Mom?
Parker: Call and see if Mom's there.
J.J.: Call her yourself.
Parker: Do you ever want to play basketball with me and my friends again?
J.J.: Hi, it's J.J. Is -- is Mom there?
Kit: No, Carly just left. Just me and Sam here. Hey, what do you think of Sam's show at the bazaar?
J.J.: It was okay, I guess.
Kit: Want me to take a message for your mama?
J.J.: No. Thanks. Bye. Mom's not home.
J.J.: But Sam and Kit are there. And Dad doesn't want us to be there.
Parker: Yeah. Like I'm scared of them.
Carly: Hi. I'm sorry to interrupt. Jack, can I talk to you? It's important.
Dallas: Yeah. Hope it works out, Carly.
Jack: I hope you're not in the market for special favors, because I'm not in the favor business.
Carly: No, no, no. I just need you to make a couple phone calls for me, Jack. I'm having some trouble getting this liquor license --
Jack: Imagine that.
Carly: You knew about this.
Jack: I'm busy, Carly.
Carly: So I see. How could you do this to me?
Jack: I'm not going to argue with you in the middle the squad room. In the interrogation room, please? You, Kit and Sam all have criminal records. You break the law, you can't serve liquor. That's how it works.
Carly: Well, Sam is not an owner, so he doesn't count. And Kit and I, we may have made some mistakes in the past, but it's not like we are not on the FBI's most wanted list! Come on, Jack! You had the license pulled, you could have it unpulled, can't you?
Jack: Enjoy serving soft drinks on New Yearís Eve.
Carly: You know, if you're trying to punish me, it would help if I knew what you were trying to punish me for!
Jack: I specifically asked you to keep our kids away from those -- felons.
Carly: Those kids have not been around Kit and Sam at all!
Jack: Sage and J.J. were just up on stage with Sam and his little act.
Carly: It was a puppet show!
Jack: Yeah, well that puppet show just lost you any chance of getting your liquor license. Sorry about that.
[Parker goes to the desk to puck up his book]
Cowboy Jack: So! We meet again, Partner. It's just me, Cowboy Jack. Where's your manners, son? Can't you say, "Howdy?"
Carly: I can't believe you're destroying my business because the kids were called up for two seconds to be part of a harmless little puppet show!
Jack: I told you, I didn't want the kids anywhere near Kit and Sam.
Carly: I didn't take the kids to see Sam! I took them to Old Town like you asked me too. We just happened to arrive as Sam was his starting his silly routine, okay?
Jack: What a coincidence.
Carly: He was in the middle of the square. We couldn't miss it. And Sage liked it. She ran up before I could stop her.
Jack: Yeah, well you lied about it, Carly. You always lie. Who ends up getting hurt? Our kids.
Carly: And you. I've hurt you.
Jack: This isn't about me.
Carly: I've made mistakes. And I'm sorry. But I can't go back and change it, Jack. All I can do is move forward, and try to do better.
Jack: Stop lying. That would be better.
Alison: What is it?
Aaron: We're out of gas. [Alison laughs] It's not my fault. I mean, the fuel gauge says half a tank.
Alison: Yeah, well I guess it's broken.
Aaron: Well, Ali -- I just want to let you know that I'm having a really, really good time.
Alison: Oh, that's a surprise.
Alison: First, your bike conks out, and then you have to run a couple miles across a field, and --
Aaron: A really rocky field.
Alison: Yeah, and then we had a fight.
Aaron: Well, the fight was the best part.
Aaron: You got jealous for no reason.
Alison: Yeah. And?
Aaron: And -- I'm kind of glad you did.
Aaron: Because that's what I always do to you. You know, I always jump to conclusions, and I read things wrong. Like you and Dusty. And then I try to explain myself, and you just don't believe how stupid I feel.
Alison: Well, now I know.
Aaron: Now you know. Why don't you, uh -- scoot on over here? That's right. Preserve some body heat. Come on.
Alison: All right.
Alison: Are you sure you didn't plan all this?
Aaron: Yeah, I didn't plan all this. But for our next date, I think we should do it again.
Sofie: Leave me alone.
Gwen: Hey. You need to eat. Okay. I'll clean up while you have dinner.
Sofie: Why can't you just leave me alone?
Gwen: You know what, if you want to be depressed and starve yourself, that's fine, that's one thing. But, your baby needs food, so --
Sofie: Okay, I'll eat it as soon as you leave. And I'll clean up and everything. Just please go.
Gwen: You promise me that you'll eat? [Sofie screams] Did these pains just start?
Gwen: Okay -- you're in labor. We need to get you to the hospital.
Sofie: No, I'm not going anywhere with you.
Craig: Oh, really? You can do that? You can miraculously make the child that Meg is carrying mine?
Rosanna: Have you noticed how Meg is looking at you lately? Have you been paying attention to your wife? Because I think she's beginning to love you, Craig.
Craig: How do you know that?
Rosanna: Because I was at where you are now, with Paul, before. It was like Meg was constantly in the room with us. I was just waiting for him to leave me for her. Until he found out that that baby is yours.
Craig: This baby is not mine!
Rosanna: No, but until he found out about the baby, okay? And then, he was with me. He was just with me, the way Meg is just with you.
Craig: But the baby --
Rosanna: The baby is the first. It's the beginning of your family together. Meg wants more children, and you will have them. You will hear your baby in her. You will hear the baby's heartbeat together, and better than that. You will be holding a woman who is going to love you for the rest of your life.
Judy: I was hoping I'd run into you again.
Meg: Judy! Oh my gosh. Isn't he gorgeous? And to think he made his first appearance in a stuffed, cramped elevator.
Judy: I was so frightened. But you and your husband, you are the reason I have a healthy, happy little boy.
Meg: No, you two did all the work. We were just cheerleaders.
Judy: No, you were more than that. Allow me to reintroduce you to my son, Craig.
Craig: I'll find a way to tell Paul the truth and to keep Meg with me.
Rosanna: Are you really willing to take that risk? Because Paul will take that child, and use it as leverage to take Meg away from you. You know as well as I do Paul can never know the truth.
Paul: What the hell are you doing here? You come near my wife again, I'll have you arrested.
Craig: Oh come on, Paul, let's be fair. I was only talking to your wife. You've done much more personal things with mine.
Paul: You got a problem, you speak with me. You don't talk to Meg, you don't talk to Rosanna. You got something to say to me?
Craig: I'll let your wife fill you in.
Paul: What was he doing here?
Rosanna: He came to talk to me about you and Meg.
Judy: Please, keep in touch. My cell phone number's on here.
Meg: Oh, thank you.
Judy: Maybe our sons can be friends.
Meg: I'd like that. I can't wait for you to meet my son.
Judy: It's great, isn't it? Being a mom.
Meg: Yeah, it's better than I ever imagined.
Rosanna: Well, Craig did admit something. For a while, he suspected that the baby Meg was carrying could be yours. I mean, that is, until, of course, DNA test proved otherwise.
Paul: But what could he possibly hope to gain by coming here and talking to you?
Rosanna: Well, he thought I didn't know that you'd slept with Meg. He thought that he could punish you by telling me what you'd done. He didn't know that you'd already told me.
Paul: You and I have no secrets. Thank God for that.
Jack: If running into Sam was so innocent, then why didn't you tell me about it?
Carly: Because I knew you'd react this way.
Jack: Because I can't handle the truth? Why do I even bother?
Carly: You know why I didn't bring it up, Jack? Because the idea of having a conversation with you where you weren't finding fault with me was too thrilling to resist! Sam's act doesn't hurt anybody. The kids ate it up.
Jack: Parker didnít.
Parker: Stop making the dummy talk. It's stupid, and you're not very good at it.
Cowboy Jack: Did he just use the "D" word?
Sam: Cowboy Jack, he's just a kid.
Cowboy Jack: Watch your mouth there, son! Cowboy Jack don't cotton to being called names. How would you like it if I called you a dummy?
Parker: Look, I don't have time for this. I have to find my workbook.
Carly: I didn't chain him down and force him to watch.
Jack: You don't get it, Carly. I don't want my kids hanging around people with criminal records. Period.
Carly: I have a criminal record, Jack. Why don't you just say it? Are you still threatening to take my kids away from me?
Alison: I guess we should call somebody.
Aaron: I could call my dad.
Alison: But he's got the kids.
Aaron: Okay. I'll call a tow truck.
Alison: This is so our relationship. We start, we stop, and then we never really get where we're going.
Aaron: So, I guess we'll have a do-over. Start over again?
Gwen: Okay. Do you have a bag packed for the hospital?
Sofie: The pain stopped. I'm fine.
Gwen: No, no, no. The pain's not going to stop. Its contractions. The baby's going to come.
Sofie: You know, it could be Braxton-hicks again. I don't have insurance. I can't afford to go to the hospital for nothing.
Gwen: All right. Come on. We're leaving.
Sofie: No! You're only doing this because you want my baby!
Alison: Sorry. I shouldn't have pushed this.
Aaron: You didnít.
Alison: I know. You're right. I mean, we probably should put on the brakes before -- I get it. I mean, it's a lot for you to deal with.
Aaron: What am I dealing with?
Alison: I did porn. I did drugs. I mean, how could you not be thinking about that?
Aaron: I'm not thinking about that. I don't want to stop, Alison. I just wanted to slow down. So I can look at you. And touch you.
Alison: And then what? What happens next time you see me talking to Dusty or I see you with Sofie and we get weird with each other again?
Aaron: I don't know, but we'll figure it out.
Alison: We've tried, Aaron.
Aaron: When you first moved to Seattle, you used to always get lost. And then you didnít. Why?
Alison: After a while, I just knew how to get home.
Aaron: I know who you are, Ali. And I love who you are. So, let's find our way home, okay?
Sofie: No! No, I'm not letting you take me to the hospital. We'll get there, and they'll give me something to put me to sleep and then you'll take my baby.
Gwen: No, I would never do something like that.
Will: Neither would I. How far apart are the pains?
Gwen: I'm not sure.
Will: Sofie, you can't stay here. You're going to have this baby. My mom, Iris, and Cole -- they all lied to you, and to us, but Gwen's always been upfront with you, right? We're going to get you to the hospital, and once you've had this baby, I promise you, we're not going to let anyone take her away from you. Okay? You have my word. And Gwenís. Come on, let's go.
Craig: What are you hiding?
Meg: You'll think I'm silly. Isn't our baby beautiful?
Craig: He's part of you. Why wouldn't he be?
Meg: Guess what? While I was out today, I felt him kick for the first time. It was so wonderful. I wish you were there.
Craig: It'll happen again.
Meg: You know, there's no way of proving it scientifically, but I think it was a sign. Our baby will be lucky. He will be a part of the 75% that doesn't get Gaucherís disease from --
Craig: What is it?
Meg: I think he heard us talking about him. He kicks like a soccer star. Come here. Feel. We're holding our son.
Paul: You know how dangerous Craig is when he's fixated on something. Maybe we should warn Meg.
Rosanna: Craig would never hurt Meg or the baby. Why are you so anxious about this?
Paul: Look, you and I were honest with one another, and that worked pretty well. Maybe we should be honest with Meg. Maybe we should tell her that Craig came here today to talk to you.
Rosanna: Okay. Then, why don't I call her? Unless, of course, you're just looking for an excuse to be alone with her.
Jack: I am just trying to raise these kids. You don't know what I see here every day. Kids younger than J.J. and Parker doing drugs, having sex before they even know what the word means. And even though you're here, even though you love them, I really don't think I'm getting a whole lot of help from you keeping them safe.
Carly: You don't trust my judgment. I know I've given you a lot of reasons to feel that way. But tell me, Jack -- how many times do I have to tell the truth, before you realize that I don't always lie? How many good lessons do I have to teach the kids before you'll forgive me for the mistakes that I've made? Give me a number and I'll aim for it. I'll double it, if it means you'll trust me again.
Cowboy Jack: Whoa, whoa, whoa, now -- where you going there, Parker?
Parker: Back to the real world, where stupid puppets don't talk.
Sam: Now, now -- Cowboy Jack's not stupid. He's also not a puppet, technically, but that's a whole other story. You know, the thing is, he's a lot more fun to be around when people are nice to him. So, maybe you should try it.
Cowboy Jack: That boy don't know how to be nice. Ain't nice to his brother. Ain't nice to his sister. And he is downright mean to his mom.
Carly: I can understand you not wanting to help me, but this liquor license thing -- this is the first time that you've actually tried to make things harder for me. Why?
Jack: Kit and Sam are criminals, and you're letting them live in your house.
Carly: I can't ask them to leave, Jack, until the club opens and we start to make money. Now, I understand that you don't want to the kids around while they're there. I understand that. What I don't understand is why you're trying to make sure the club doesn't open at all.
Jack: I'm not in charge of liquor licenses, Carly. I'm sorry.
Carly: But you said something to someone. You deliberately want me to fail. Are you trying to make it harder for me to get those kids back?
Jack: You never stop pushing, do you?
Carly: No, I donít. The sooner Metro starts making a profit, the sooner I can start setting a good example for our kids. Please, Jack.
Jack: I'll make a call.
Carly: Thank you.
Jack: But I'm not doing it for you. I'm doing it for our kids.
Cowboy Jack: Stop being mean to your mom! Stop sneaking in here behind her back.
Sam: Now, Cowboy Jack, just hold on a second. That's none of your business, all right? Just stay out of it, okay?
Parker: Stop talking to hi -- it! That thing is just a slab of wood!
Cowboy Jack: Don't be so sure about that, Cowboy.
[Sofie breathing heavy]
Gwen: Hey. Dr. Schiller's going to be back to check on you in a few minutes -- [Sofie groans] theyíre really busy here tonight. Can I get you anything?
Sofie: I need you to leave me alone.
Gwen: Okay, listen to me. Here's the deal. They're kind of short-staffed tonight, so until a nurse can come in here and be with you, I'm going to wait outside. If you need anything, you yell. If you don't you just pretend that I'm not there. Okay?
Will: I keep getting his voice mail. Aaron? Yeah, it's Will. We're at the hospital. Sofie really needs you, man. Where are you?
Alison: Can we stay like this?
Aaron: Well, we might starve and freeze, but sure, Ali. If that's what you want. We can do that.
Alison: Not the place. I mean, the feeling.
Alison: You know, I've -- I've dreamed about this. Of course, we were in a bed.
Aaron: Yeah. Time to call a tow truck.
Will: Aaron? Did you get my messages?
Aaron: No, my phone was on silent for a while. What's up?
Will: Sofie's in the hospital. She's having her baby.
Aaron: She's having her baby now?
Will: How soon can you get here?
Alison: Go. Sofie's going to need a friend right now.
Gwen: Okay. It's okay. It's okay. I'm going to rub your back, okay? Just roll over. Stay right there. Okay? Sometimes that makes it a little bit better.
Gwen: You okay? Okay. Okay. All right. I'm going to be right outside.
Sofie: Please stay with me.
Meg: While I was Christmas shopping, I found this and I couldn't resist. [Meg laughs] Now, I know it's not the slogan you were looking for, but I thought it was a pretty good substitute. No?
Craig: It's fine.
Meg: You know, I can't believe I bumped into Judy. I love it that she's naming her little boy after you. And that our little boy will know her little boy. He's going to be so proud of his daddy. Come on. Come to bed.
Craig: I -- I have so much work to do.
Meg: Okay. Don't be long.
Craig: All right, good night.
Paul: You ready for bed?
Rosanna: You know, in a few minutes. I just have a couple of papers I want to take care of before we retire.
Rosanna: No, no, no. Honey, it will just take a few minutes.
Rosanna: Okay, tomorrow.
Next week on "As the World Turns."
Parker: How are you going to get her back, Dad? And how are you going to keep Brad from messing things up?
Jack: At this point, I really don't think Brad's that much of a problem.
Gwen: It's true, I mean a part of me still wishes that she could be ours.
Meg: And to our baby.
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