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As The World Turns Transcript Wednesday 9/24/08
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Proofread By Emma
Brad: Good morning, Mrs. Snyder. Time to wake up.
Katie: Good morning.
Brad: Hey. Hey, where are you going?
Katie: We have an early morning at the studio. You didn't make coffee yet?
Brad: No, I did not make coffee. I was more concerned as to why my wife is sleeping on the couch.
Katie: What's going its nothing. No, nothing. I was just -- you know, I couldn't really sleep last night, so I was tossing and turning, and I didn't want to wake you up.
Brad: Well, I like being up with you. Can I help?
Katie: You can make some coffee. That'd be helpful.
Katie: I'll get it. Janet. What are you doing here?
Janet: I need a place to stay.
Carly: God, Jack, you look like you haven't slept in days.
Jack: Maybe that's the look I was going for. Bed hair is very popular.
Carly: Head -- bed head, and don't touch it. You're just making it worse. What is all this?
Jack: Anything and everything I could get my hands on to figure out where James took Meg.
Carly: Any luck?
Jack: No. Dallas is trying to get something out of that lawn jockey that was working for James. I just don't know if it's enough to go on.
Carly: Why don't you take a break? Go home. Get some sleep.
Jack: No, I'm fine.
Carly: You're not fine. You're exhausted. Anybody can see that. Come on, Jack. Go to the farm.
Jack: No, I can't go to the farm. If I go to the farm, then Emma will know something's up. The whole idea is to find Meg before anyone in the family knows she's missing.
Carly: Okay. That settles it, then.
Jack: What are you doing? Come on, Carly.
Carly: You, Jack, are coming home with me.
James: Oh, good. Good, you're up. I didn't want to wake you.
Meg: Your concern is very touching.
James: I made you a very healthy shake, perfect for expectant mothers. Whole milk, bananas, strawberries, wheat protein. There you go.
Meg: If it's so perfect, you drink it.
Barbara: Did you get any rest?
Paul: Oh, come on. What do you think?
Barbara: I was afraid of this.
Paul: Yeah, well, I'm afraid for my wife and for my unborn child. I win.
Barbara: You need to sit down --
Paul: No, I don't want to sit down! I want to figure out where James has taken Meg.
Barbara: You're not gonna do Meg any good at all if you don't calm down --
Paul: You don't get it. I have failed Meg! I failed my unborn child! I let that crazy man hide out in my own wine cellar.
Barbara: You can't blame yourself!
Paul: Really? Watch me.
Barbara: We will find them. I promise you.
Paul: Really? Really? When has anybody ever found James when he didn't want to be found?
Vienna: Knock, knock.
Henry: Is that naughty Nurse Hyatt? I hope, I hope, I hope.
Vienna: Did you miss me?
Henry: Are you kidding me? Of course I missed you. Oh!
Vienna: I'm sorry.
Henry: Oh, kisses are nice. I can't wait to get out of here so I can show you just how much I've missed you.
Vienna: Well, then I'd better get you dressed.
Henry: Dressed? That sort of defeats the purpose, Baby, doesn't it?
Vienna: I can't take you home with me looking like this.
Henry: All right.
Vienna: So, why don't you put these on?
Vienna: And, um, keep the gown.
Vienna: 'Cause I like the view.
Dallas: Look it over, make sure we didn't leave anything out.
Derek: Yeah, well, I know I wasn't able to provide much information, but James never shared his plans with me.
Dallas: Right. Just said he was taking Meg to some safe house on the east coast. You know, it's not the kind of information that blows a case wide open.
Derek: Yeah. Well, unfortunately, that's all that I know. So can I sign my statement now?
Dallas: Hanson, please take Mr. Coburn back his holding cell.
Cop: You got it.
Bonnie: No, I need a word with my client first. Look, thank you for doing this. I think it's gonna score a lot of points with the judge.
Derek: Yeah, well, I'd rather score points with my lawyer.
Dallas: What was that about?
Bonnie: Look, Dallas, he helped you. Now you need to help him.
Dallas: Help him what?
Bonnie: Get out of jail.
James: Meg, I know you're angry with me. But, please don't deny your child a healthy breakfast.
Meg: Like you give a damn what's best for my child.
James: But I do. The child you're carrying is my grandchild. We both want him to be a strong and healthy baby. Now, please, you need to drink this.
Meg: And how do I know I won't choke to death?
James: You've been listening to Barbara, right?
Meg: No, you know what? I don't need to listen to Barbara. You forget how well I know you, James.
James: Well, I've changed, Meg.
Meg: Changed? You just forced me to sign an agreement to hand over my child to you.
James: Exactly. Why would I do anything to compromise the health of that child?
Meg: What about the baby's father? Do you even care what has happened to Paul?
Barbara: I want you to take this.
Paul: No. Why, what is it?
Barbara: It's a sleeping pill.
Paul: No, I'm not taking any pills. Mom, no.
Barbara: You need to sleep, even for a couple of hours!
Paul: Mom, please, forget it!
Barbara: Listen to me. If you let yourself get run down, how are you gonna be able to help Meg and the baby when they really need you?
James: You know, it's really beautiful here.
Meg: So, what did you do, James? Did you just leave Paul down in that hole to die?
James: I would never do anything to jeopardize my son's life.
Meg: So, he's alive?
James: Yes, he's alive. Why are you crying? That should be good news.
Meg: You know, I must be crazy. Just because you say he's alive doesn't mean he is.
James: But you can feel it. It's one of those mystical things that lovers sense.
Meg: Yeah, I can feel it. And now I do have hope. And if Paul is alive, he will find us.
James: I wouldn't be too sure of that. Paul may try to find you, but he won't succeed. He's not that clever.
Meg: What is the point of all this? What do you want from me?
James: I have made that very clear. I want you to deliver a strong and healthy baby.
Meg: Well, if that's what you really want, then take me home.
James: No, you'll be fine right here. I've taken care of everything.
Meg: Do you really believe that making me sign a piece of paper means that I'm gonna let you raise my child?
James: The document was a formality. The truth, Meg -- you don't have a choice.
Jack: Ohh. Oh, this couch. If I never move again, tell the kids I love them.
Carly: How much longer do you think you can go at this pace?
Jack: Till we find Stenbeck and bring Meg home.
Carly: If you're going after Stenbeck, you have to be at the top of your game.
Jack: Oh, don't worry about it.
Carly: I do worry about it. He's a sick, sadistic man. You need to take care of yourself.
Jack: It was just a late night, that's all.
Carly: Uh-huh. What about tonight? Are you gonna go home, or will I find you on a bench in Old Town in the morning?
Jack: Hey, some of those benches are comfortable.
Carly: Jack. You know, you can't avoid Emma forever. Sooner or later, you're gonna have to tell her what happened to her daughter.
Jack: I know. And I will. I just want there to be something else I can tell her -- that we found Meg and we're bringing her home.
Carly: Is that the only reason you're avoiding going out there?
Jack: What other reason would there be?
Carly: Janet came to see me. She said things are over between the two of you. Is that true?
Brad: So, you just left?
Janet: Well, I wasn't gonna ask Jack to leave. The farm is his home, not mine. I really messed up.
Brad: Janet, this will blow over. I know it. Yeah, Jack is bent out of shape that we destroyed the evidence.
Janet: I destroyed the evidence.
Brad: So what? He's crazy about you.
Janet: I know. Which is why he was able to forgive me.
Brad: See? That's a good start.
Janet: No, but he's not gonna forget. He won't forget. And that makes it even worse, okay? Carly was right.
Brad: Carly? You talked to Carly about this? No. That was your first mistake. The woman cannot help herself. She'll start out being nice, but eventually she'll get under your skin.
Katie: Brad. What did Carly say?
Janet: She said if I ask Jack to go against something he believed was right, I would lose him. And I did. I just lost one of the best things I've had going for me in a really a long time. Maybe ever.
Brad: He'll get over it. He will.
Katie: Is that your answer for everything?
Katie: Maybe some of us can't just get it over it. Maybe me of us have to actually live with the consequences of the stuff that we do.
Janet: Katie's right. Everybody pays a price.
Jack: So, Janet came to see you?
Carly: She did. To be honest, I kind of like her. She is who she is. She doesn't apologize for it. It's hard not to admire that.
Jack: Yeah, it is.
Carly: If you don't want to talk about it, I understand.
Jack: It's not that, Carly. It's just that I -- I guess I just don't know what I want or what I can accept. And when I tell Janet that, she says she understands, but I can tell that she's looking for some kind of assurance that I can't give her right now.
Carly: Well, you can't make yourself feel something you don't. What kind of relationship would that be?
Jack: Relationship? This wasn't supposed to be a relationship. It was just supposed to be fun and simple -- no strings. And somehow -- it's all my fault. It got complicated. I'm sorry.
Carly: Why? It's all right. I asked you.
Jack: True. But I probably told you more than you wanted to hear.
Carly: Well, unfortunately, you and I have never been very good at personal boundaries, have we? But, you know, since we're talking about it, would you like my advice? Jack? You always did know how to shut me up.
Brad: You know, I've been thinking, Janet -- since going back to the farm is not an option, why don't I give you money for a hotel room?
Janet: Oh. Can't I just stay with you guys? I really don't want to be alone right now.
Brad: Yeah, we just don't have much space here.
Janet: Well, I could stay with Liberty in her room.
Brad: Oh, dream on. She's way too much into having her own space. She's not going to want to room with her mom.
Janet: Why not? We've done it before. It's no big deal.
Katie: No, Janet. Brad's right. You can't stay with Liberty.
Katie: Which is why you're gonna stay with me.
Katie: You can sleep with me. Brad will sleep on the couch.
Brad: Brad's gonna sleep where?
Janet: Oh, no, I don't want to put you guys out.
Katie: No, you would not be putting us out. Don't be silly.
Brad: Excuse me. Can we talk about this, please?
Katie: We are gonna talk about it on the way to work. I'm driving.
Brad: That's not what I meant.
Katie: I just put on some coffee. Make yourself at home. We'll see you later.
Janet: Uh, bye.
Charles: It's good to see you again, Mr. Coleman.
Henry: It's great to be seen, Charles, believe me.
Charles: We'll send your mail up when you're settled.
Vienna: Well, there's absolutely no rush.
Henry: There's no rush at all, Charles. In fact, tomorrow evening might even be too early, if you know what I'm saying.
Charles: I understand.
Bonnie: Okay, wait, wait, wait. Guys, don't go upstairs. I have something to ask you.
Vienna: We don't have time for your silly questions. I've got to get Henry to bed.
Henry: I do so need my rest.
Vienna: Yes, so goodbye.
Bonnie: Okay, okay, you guys. I really need you to come down to the police station right now, please?
Henry: Why? Did something happen with Derek? Did they release him?
Bonnie: No, not unless you tell Dallas that you don't want to press charges against him.
Vienna: Oh, no, we plan to pressing charges -- a lot of charges.
[Paul has a vision of Meg]
Paul: Meg! Meg! No! Meg.
Meg: You will never lay a hand on my child. Do you hear me?
James: Listen, Meg, please calm down. Stress is not good for you or for the baby.
Meg: Oh, stop pretending you care.
James: I do care. I don't think you understand what this child means to me. I made a lot of mistakes with Paul. He's weak. But this child -- this child will be a true Stenbeck heir.
Meg: You're insane.
James: No, no, no. Not at all. This child will be a worthy Stenbeck heir, worthy to succeed me. He will have everything -- the finest education, powerful friends, and more money than you can possibly imagine. He will want for nothing.
Meg: Yeah, except a mother and a father.
James: Not necessarily. You just let me take care of you.
Barbara: What are you doing up? You're supposed to be resting.
Paul: I saw Meg.
Barbara: What? What do you mean, you saw Meg?
Paul: I was sleeping, and I had one of my visions, and I saw Meg.
Barbara: Where was she?
Paul: She was at the beach.
Barbara: Honey, Derek Coburn told us last night --
Paul: No, you don't understand. I saw the cottage where Derek is keeping her.
Barbara: And how do you know it was a vision and not a dream?
Paul: Because I know the difference. And it wasn't a dream. She's there, Mom. I know it.
[Cell phone rings]
Paul: Hey, it's Paul. I think I have something for you.
Jack: What is it?
Paul: Well, this is going to sound weird, but I had a vision.
Jack: No, I understand. Go on.
Paul: Okay, I saw the cottage where James is keeping Meg. I know she's there.
Jack: Can you describe it?
Paul: In detail.
Jack: You at home?
Jack: All right, stay put. I'll meet you there as soon as I can.
Carly: Good news, I hope.
Jack: Maybe. Listen, can I maybe take shower or something to wake me up?
Carly: Yeah, of course. Whatever you need.
Bonnie: Wait, you can't blame Derek for what happened.
Vienna: Yes, I can. He trapped us in that nasty warehouse, and he kept Henry prisoner in that basement.
Bonnie: No, James Stenbeck did that, not Derek.
Vienna: Stenbeck gave the orders, Bonnie. Derek carried them out. So he deserves to be punished.
Bonnie: But you said yourself that the first chance that he got, he let you go, and he led you straight to the warehouse to find us, right?
Henry: Yeah, that's true, Bonnie, but --
Bonnie: But nothing. Derek is as much a victim of James Stenbeck as we are. He deserves a second chance.
Vienna: That's not what this is about. This is about you having the hots for that thug.
Bonnie: No. I'm here as his lawyer.
Vienna: You don't sound like a lawyer. You sound like a desperate woman. If you want us to help you, admit that you burn with desire for Derek.
Bonnie: Are you kidding me?
Henry: Wait, why do you care who Bonnie burns for, Sweetheart?
Vienna: Because if she's after Derek, she's not after you.
Henry: Trust me, she is not after me.
Vienna: I want to hear her say it.
Bonnie: Fine, all right, okay. Yes. I burn with desire for Derek. Now can you please help me?
Vienna: With pleasure.
Katie: Sally, your new book, "Making Amends Is Easier Than Making Excuses," I love it.
Brad: I like the picture on the cover.
Katie: Of course you do. Now, Sally, can you explain to our audience why the topic of making amends is so relevant? You say in the book it's because of the internet?
Sally: Absolutely. When people post on a website they can say whatever they choose. They can write horrible things about anyone, and think they never have to answer for it.
Katie: Yes, and so, as a result, they feel like they never have to admit to doing anything wrong.
Brad: Maybe some of these people who are complaining about getting hurt should stop being so sensitive.
Katie: I think insensitivity is the problem. You were saying?
Sally: Um, well, the first to apologize, sincerely.
Jack: Thank you for the shower. Boys are out of shampoo.
Carly: I'll add that to my list. Thanks.
Jack: Thanks for letting me crash, bending your ear.
Carly: It's my pleasure, Jack. Good luck with Paul. I hope something comes of it.
Jack: Yeah, me too. Okay. Hey, I got a question for you. If Paul were to describe this cottage from his vision, do you think maybe you'd be able to do a sketch of it?
Carly: Yeah, I think so. I mean, I do those sorts of things as a designer. I think I could do it. Yeah.
Jack: Do you think you might want to give it a shot now? I mean, you can always say no.
Carly: No, yes. I'll do it. Anything to help. Let's go.
Meg: Help! Somebody! Oh! It's okay.
James: Do you see now, Meg? There's nothing for miles. Just you and me. Take some -- take some deep breaths -- you can do it.
Meg: Leave me alone, James.
James: You've got to take care of your baby. All right? Still in pain? Is it okay? Better?
Meg: Yep, it's better.
James: Okay, good, good. All this running around is not good for the little one.
Meg: Then let us go.
James: Go where? We're all one out here, Meg. It's just you and me. So let's make the best of it.
Jack: I thought Carly could help, maybe sketch out the cottage as you describe it to us.
Paul: Great, thank you.
Jack: I want you to understand, even if we get an exact picture of this cottage, it may not be easy to find.
Paul: Yeah, Jack, I understand.
Jack: But until we do find it, we won't know this is the place that Stenbeck's hiding Meg.
Paul: It is the place. I know that.
Carly: Okay, all right, well, then just tell me what you remember about the cottage, okay?
Paul: All right. Well, first off, there was a path, maybe two dozen yards. It's made of brick, and it kind of winds right up to the front of the house.
Katie: Sally, let me throw a hypothetical at you. Suppose you bully someone into doing something you know is wrong, but you do it anyway because it's to your benefit.
Brad: Wow, Katie, that is some hypothetical.
Katie: These things happen.
Sally: Well, I guess I need to know when you say "Bullying," exactly what you mean by that.
Brad: You know, she's talking about someone forcing someone into do something, and my feeling is if the person doesn't want to do it, then they should just, you know, shouldn't do it. They have the right to say no. But if you ask someone for a simple favor and they think it's wrong, then they have the right to opt out.
Katie: Unless it's not a simple favor. Unless you go out of your way to put someone in a position where they can't say no!
Brad: Is this person an adult? I mean, is he a grown-up with a conscience and a mind of his own? Because if he is, he should stick to his guns and not act like it's someone else's fault! Right, Sally?
Katie: I'm sorry, Sally. It looks like we're out of time. This is obviously a hot topic. Go out and get Sally's book. Thank you for being here.
Sally: My pleasure. And we're out.
Katie: Excuse me.
Brad: I really do love the cover. Excuse me.
Carly: Does this look like the cottage you saw?
Paul: Carly, that's it. It's amazing.
Jack: May I?
Barbara: Jack, what?
Jack: The house or cottage or whatever it is, it could be anywhere. It doesn't narrow it down a bit for us.
Paul: Well, Jack, I wish I could give you a mailbox or something with a number on it, but I don't know. Except --
Jack: Except what?
Barbara: Honey, maybe you take a moment and close your eyes. Maybe the vision comes back and you can figure out what's missing.
Jack: Go for it.
Dallas: These are your official statements? The whole thing was just a practical joke gone too far.
Bonnie: Do you have a problem with that?
Dallas: No, no, I'm a big fan of fiction. Look, I feel obligated to tell you guys, if you decide to press charges against Derek, you'll have a case against him, a really, really good one.
Henry: Yeah, how good, exactly? Would there be any financial compensation or -- no. No, no, we're sticking to our statements there. That Derek and his wacky, wacky sense of humor. You laugh till you cry.
Dallas: All right. If that's the way you want to play it.
Vienna: It is. I think we've all gotten what we want out of this. I have my Henry back, and I'm never going to let go of him again. Come on, my darling, let's get out of here.
Dallas: "What?" Everything in these statements is bogus, and you know it. You coerced them into saying this.
Bonnie: They were not coerced.
Dallas: Bonnie, what's going on? Look, I'm worried about you.
Bonnie: Don't be. I know what I'm doing.
Paul: She's on an island.
Jack: Are you sure?
Paul: Yeah. And -- and right here. Right here where this space is, where something's missing, there's a sign, and sign has birds on it.
Paul: Yeah, swans. Here, can -- can you put that there where the space is?
Carly: Yes, yes.
Jack: Okay, this is good, Paul. This is what we can work with. Good job.
Katie: I'm sorry. I just can't stop thinking about what you did to your brother.
Brad: Look, I didn't make Jack cave in and confess to Margo. I didn't make Janet leave because she couldn't face him.
Katie: I know, but you did throw Leo in the Reservoir. And you did ask Jack to help you cover it up without even knowing what that might cost him. And then you asked Janet to help you destroy the evidence.
Brad: I thought I was doing the best thing for everyone. Katie, you know why I did it. I did it for you. Or for Liberty.
Katie: Itís just not working.
Brad: What do you mean, it's not working?
Katie: Because I can't pretend anymore. I can't pretend that you didn't do this for yourself as much as you did it for us.
Brad: Okay, okay, okay. What do you want me to do? You want me to go to jail? You want me to be separated from you, from Liberty? Is that what you want?
Katie: No. No! You know that's not what I want.
Brad: Then what do you want?
Katie: I want you to go back in time and find some other way to fix this, where it doesn't ruin so many people's lives.
Janet: Hey. How'd the taping go?
Katie: I don't want to talk about it.
Janet: Oh. Sorry.
Katie: No, it's fine.
Janet: No, it's not. You know what? I should get that hotel room.
Katie: No. No, no, no, no. We want you here. Seriously.
Janet: Obviously, you and Brad need some alone time together. Somebody is sleeping on the couch, and you're fighting at work.
Katie: Yeah, well, what happened at the studio has nothing to do with you.
Janet: Oh, yes, it does. I'm a big part of that. I asked Jack to do something that he didn't think was right, and I helped Bradley destroy evidence.
Katie: We all made mistakes here, Janet.
Janet: Well, the only mistake Jack made was caring too much about all of us. You know, he really is a great guy.
Katie: I know. He is. Are you okay? You're crying.
Janet: I don't know. I really should be laughing, because when you think about it, it's really pretty darn funny.
Katie: What is?
Janet: Hmm. Jack can't stand people who are dishonest, and yet he can't be honest with himself.
Katie: About what?
Janet: Carly. He's always going to have feelings for her, isn't he?
Katie: The thing is Jack and Carly -- this thing that they have -- it's -- it's kind of impossible for anyone to come between.
Janet: And better women than me have tried, right?
Katie: No, no. It's not about "Better" or "Trying." It just is.
Janet: Well, at least I can say that I did the right thing. I left because I know that Jack is too polite to kick a girl to the curb.
Katie: Yeah, but it would hurt a lot less if he did. At least then you could be angry about it.
Janet: I know. It is so much easier to be angry than sad, isn't it?
Katie: I know. I've been realizing that lately. I would much rather be angry any day.
Janet: I'm gonna go in the other room.
Brad: I was thinking about what you said, and you're right. I haven't tried hard enough to make up for what I did. So, I was hoping that you could help me figure out how to fix that.
Dallas: What's that?
Jack: Might have caught ourselves a break. There's a chance that this is the beach cottage where Stenbeck's holding Meg.
Dallas: Where is it?
Jack: Well, we did a little research, and we think, based on the swans on the sign, it's a place called Swan Island, off the coast of Maine.
Dallas: How did you find out about this place?
Dallas: But -- but you think it's reliable?
Jack: Hey, listen, it's all we've got right now, so run with it and see what we come up with.
Dallas: All right, look, I'll fax it over to some of the precincts in Maine, and I'll see if anyone can recognize the property.
Jack: Thank you.
Dallas: All right.
Carly: Well, I hope this pans out for you. I know how worried you are about Meg.
Jack: Thank you. And thank you for your work today. I appreciate it. Hey, where are you going?
Carly: Uh, home, I guess.
Jack: Let me give you a ride. Consider it an artist's fee.
Barbara: You haven't looked up from that thing since Jack and Carly left. You've got to give it a rest, okay? Honey, you're running yourself ragged.
Paul: Look, I'm not gonna stop until I get Meg back -- get her away from James.
Barbara: I think that you should give Jack a chance. I think that he can find them --
Paul: How much of a chance am I supposed to give him? This is my wife and my child we're talking about!
Barbara: I know you don't want to hear this, but --
Paul: You're right. I don't want to hear about this.
Barbara: I'm trying to help.
Paul: You're not helping. Get out!
Meg: Leave me alone, James.
James: Meg, it's gonna be several months before that baby is born, and we're gonna be here together, so why don't we try to find some way to get along with each other, all right?
Meg: Yeah, well, I wouldn't count on that happening anytime soon.
James: Well, I hope you change your mind.
Meg: What are you doing?
James: I'm gonna go get some things.
Meg: You're leaving?
James: Yeah, but I'll be back. And when I come back, I expect to find you right here.
Meg: Where else would I go?
James: Right. I mean, you can't go running around out there. You may fall and hurt yourself, and there's no one to help you.
Meg: Just go.
Katie: I can't tell you what to do, Brad.
Brad: Yes, you can. If there's anyone who can tell me how to make this right, it's you.
Katie: But then I will be making it right, not you.
Brad: I just want to make you happy.
Katie: I'm not the one you have to make amends to. You owe your freedom to a lot of people -- people who did things, made sacrifices, so that you could stay out of jail.
Brad: And I'm grateful of that. I really am.
Katie: Well, then, stop telling me what you think I want to hear and do something about it.
Vienna: Ohh. Finally, we are alone.
Henry: Yeah. Ow! Ow.
Vienna: Oh, you're still in pain after the explosion, aren't you?
Henry: Only from the head down, Sweetie.
Vienna: Oh, I'm so sorry I doubted you, Henry.
Henry: No, it's okay.
Vienna: No, it's not. I should have known that you'd never start gambling again, and I should have gone to the police instead of trusting Derek to find you. I was such a fool!
Henry: No, shh. You are not a fool. You are the most amazing woman I have ever met, and I am -- I'm so lucky that you're mine.
Vienna: No, no. I'm the lucky one. I missed you so much.
Henry: I missed you -- ohh! Ohh-ohh-ohh!
Vienna: I'm sorry!
Henry: No, don't be. No. No. Don't stop. Agony has never felt like such ecstasy. Whoa, yeah!
Derek: Bonnie. Can I join you?
Bonnie: You're a free man. You can do whatever you want.
Derek: I hear. I owe you a pretty big thank you. You really put yourself out on the line for me.
Bonnie: I was just doing my job.
Derek: Is that what I am -- just a former client now?
Bonnie: Yeah, I hope so.
Derek: I see.
Bonnie: No, I mean, I would hate for you to get in any more legal trouble.
Derek: Does that mean you might consider seeing me again under different circumstances?
Bonnie: I don't know. Guess we'll just have to wait and see.
Carly: Would you like to come in?
Jack: I should probably head back to the station -- see if Dallas made any headway out in Maine.
Carly: Yeah, right. Of course.
Jack: If he has, he owes it all to you. You made a big difference, Carly.
Carly: Mm, yes, using my incredible powers for good for a change.
Jack: We still make a pretty decent team, you and me.
Jack: I should -- I should go.
Carly: Hey, G-man -- be careful out there.
[Paul has a vision of Meg with Dusty]
Paul: Meg! Meg. Meg. No! Meg!
Paul: Ohh. Okay, that was just a dream. That was a dream. That wasn't -- that wasn't a vision. That was just a dream.
[Meg opens up a door and finds a man inside a cage]
Meg: Come on, come on. Oh, my God. Dusty.
On the next "As the World Turns" --
Carly: I know that I was wrong to sleep with Holden. Why does he get a free pass while I'm supposed to wear a scarlet letter for the rest of my life?
Lily: Holden, if we're gonna make love, I want it to be about me, not Carly.
Meg: But you're dead.
Dusty: Not unless you are.
James: I have no idea!
Paul: You're a liar!
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