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As The World Turns Transcript Monday 11/3/08

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Emma: Look at that.

Meg: Oh, Mama, they're adorable.

Emma: I found them in the attic. They were just gathering dust. I thought there might be some things you'd like. What's the matter?

Meg: Nothing. I'm being silly. They're perfect.

Emma: What is it?

Meg: I guess I had this fantasy that everything I got for the baby would be brand new.

Emma: Well, these are hardly used. They're like new.

Meg: No, I know, I know. That's not it. I told you, it's silly.

Emma: Meg, Meg. What is it?

Meg: I wanted this baby to be a fresh start for all of us. But you know what? Paul has changed so much already, I think I'm still going to get that fresh start after all.

Emma: What would you like for breakfast?

Meg: Okay, you know what? If you had seen Paul at the hospital with me, you would know exactly what I'm talking about. He's not angry or resentful. He was so sweet.

Emma: No doubt. But you have seen that side of him many times before. It never lasts.

Emily: My sweet, little Jenny. I didn't have you very long. But I loved you so much. Oh, God, my life would have been so different if you had lived. What are you doing here?

Paul: The same thing you're doing here. Did you really think I would forget when we lost our baby?

Emily: I just thought -- you're having a baby with Meg, I figured --

Paul: Jennifer's my daughter, too. We made her together. We named her after my sister together.

Emily: But we never heard her voice. She never cried. She never took a breath.

Paul: I know. That's the most painful part. She was gone before we knew her.

Brad: There's no food in the fridge. Do you think maybe you might want to go food shopping today?

Katie: Excuse me?

Brad: Well, I was thinking that, you know, since you don't have anything else to do.

Katie: Thanks to you.

Brad: We both got into that fight on air, Katie.

Katie: And whose fault is it that Kim took us off the air? Yours.

Brad: How do you figure that?

Katie: Because I tried to at least change her mind, and you just stood there.

Brad: Okay, okay, fine. Fine. Okay. Fine. You want to blame me for everything? Fine. Are you going to the grocery shopping or not?

Katie: I'm busy. It's not like I'm just going to sit around while you go off to work with Spencer.

Brad: Really?

Katie: Really. I have things to do, places to go, people to see. So you want groceries? Go get them yourself.

Brad: I will.

[Katie sighs]

Katie: Busy. I've got to get busy.

Nurse: Excuse me? Excuse me, Sir? Can I help you?

Dusty: Yes, I'm visiting someone. Josie Matthews Driver.

Nurse: Are you a relative?

Dusty: I'm her husband.

Nurse: Oh, and you've found her. Oh, that's wonderful. She's in her favorite spot over there in the sun.

Dusty: Thank you.

Nurse: Okay.

Dusty: Hi, there. I wanted to apologize for yesterday.

Josie: Please tell me those flowers aren't for me.

Dusty: These flowers are for you.

Josie: I don't know what got into me. Freaking out that way. You were talking about your wife and I went running. I don't deserve flowers.

Dusty: Sure you do. Besides, you'd be doing me a favor. I've got no one else to give them to.

Josie: Okay. If it'll help you out. They're gorgeous, thank you. So, what did you mean when you said I was in a vision?

Dusty: I was hoping you could tell me.

Salesgirl: 30% discount on all business suits today.

Katie: Oh, yeah? Wish I needed a business suit. I'd like to be working right now, but -- I'll just take a look at these. Thank you.

Salesgirl: Sure.

Spencer: Hi, I hope you're not too busy, because I'm really in a hurry. I'm looking for something for a special occasion. I'm thinking red, maybe black, revealing.

Salesgirl: Evening wear?

Spencer: Underwear. Lacy, sexy, go-for-broke underwear.

Dusty: What did I say?

Josie: I am so sick of everybody answering my questions with questions. They ask me how I'm feeling and how I'm doing. And I ask you what you meant --

Dusty: I apologize. I didn't mean to sound so mysterious.

Josie: Really? Because I think you like sounding mysterious.

Dusty: Why do you say that?

Josie: It's just a feeling. You seem familiar. But that doesn't mean much. I'm a little confused. I've been in an accident.

Dusty: What happened to you?

Josie: I don't know. I just woke up here. I felt like I had been sleeping for a long time, but they said I have only been here for a day.

Dusty: Sounds like amnesia.

Josie: Is there such a thing as half-amnesia?

Dusty: I don't think so.

Josie: Then I don't know what I've got. I know my name, and I know I'm in Ohio. But it's like I have shapes of my life and no details.

Dusty: What about friends or relatives? Is there someone out there who can help fill you in on what's missing?

Josie: No, I'm alone. And how do I know that? I don't know. But enough about me. Who the heck are you?

Dusty: I'm Dusty Donovan. Does my hand look familiar?

Josie: No. Just interesting. Strong. You don't strike me as a Dusty. The Donovan fits, though. It suits you. So, who am I to you?

Dusty: Do you know any psychics?

Josie: Not that I can remember.

Dusty: Well, one sent me to find you.

Josie: And you listened to him?

Dusty: Her.

Josie: You don't strike me as the woo-woo type, Donovan.

Dusty: Well, I don't think I am. I mean, not usually. I guess after my wife died --

Josie: How long ago did that happen?

Dusty: A couple of years ago. She got very sick. And I'm crazy. I'm crazy to be -- I'm sorry for bothering you.

Josie: Hey, wait up, Donovan. Let's talk this through.

Dusty: What good is talking about it?

Josie: Hey, don't look like that. I don't know what the psychic connection is, but you're here. If there's something to this, we should try to figure out what it is.

Dusty: Talking won't bring my wife back.

Josie: Then what are you looking for?

Dusty: I'm looking for my son. After my wife died, somebody took him. His name's Johnny.

Josie: None of this is ringing any bells. Why me? Why did the psychic send you to me?

Dusty: Well, you remember what I told you about the initials?

Josie: JMD. The same as mine.

Dusty: When I saw your name in that book, I thought I'd find -- I don't know what I thought.

Josie: You thought that you'd find her. That I would be your Jennifer reincarnated somehow. I'm sorry I'm not.

Emily: It just seems so wasteful. Month after month, you carry this baby inside you. You give birth to her, and she's gone. What's the point?

Paul: Did you ever think about having another child?

Emily: I have Daniel. And you'll have this baby with Meg.

Paul: Yeah, I'll have this baby with Meg. But I want to raise this baby with Meg. I want our child to have a family.

Emily: How's that going?

Paul: I took your advice. I'm trying to toe the line. Trying not to push. I'm giving Meg some space.

Emily: You doing the therapy thing?

Paul: Yeah. It's not easy, but I love her.

Emily: Well, good luck with that.

Paul: Thanks. You know, Em, there is something you could do to help.

Emily: What now?

Paul: Just talk to her. Tell her you saw me. Tell her you talked to me. Tell her you feel like I've turned some kind of a corner. That I'm ready to be a good husband and a good father. Could you say that?

Emily: Absolutely not.

Emma: Paul has promised to change so many times.

Meg: Yeah, but this time it's different. He knows he has to get healthy, or he's going to lose the baby and me. And we mean everything to him. He's going to do whatever it takes to keep us.

Emma: I hope you're right.

Meg: You know what? You have inspired me. I'm going to go out and do some baby shopping.

Emma: Alone? What about that man who watches after you?

Meg: Derek? No. I'm not going to take him shopping with me.

Emma: Well, suppose you run into Paul and he gives you trouble.

Meg: Well, I'm not going to run into Paul. And that's not a possibility. So, I just know if I stay around here one more minute, I'm going to go stir crazy. And then I'm going to start helping you make lunch.

[Emma gasps]

Emma: No, no! All right. Okay, you have a good time now, and don't overdo it. Okay?

Meg: I won't let that happen.

Emma: All right. You take care, too.

Spencer: It's my big chance with this guy. I'm looking for something seductive, but not too obvious.

Salesgirl: I can bring you some more choices.

Spencer: You know what? I really don't have time. Got to get to Chicago. Here. I will take these.

Salesgirl: Okay.

Spencer: Here you go.

Salesgirl: Great.

Spencer: Great.

Salesgirl: Here you go. Come back and see us again.

Spencer: If these work the way I think they will, I'll definitely be back.

Salesgirl: Can I get you another size?

Katie: No, I need another life.

Dusty: You've been very understanding. Sorry to barge in on you.

Josie: Hey, I got flowers out of it. I do get to keep the flowers, don't I?

Dusty: They're for you. Anything I can do for you before I go?

Josie: Maybe there's something we can do for each other.

Dusty: I should have seen it coming. You're in on this, aren't you? This was all a set-up from the beginning, right?

Josie: No. I just meant that if you're in the area and you need somebody to talk to, I'm just hanging out waiting to remember things. But maybe I'll take back the offer since you're such a grouch.

Dusty: I live in Illinois.

Josie: Wow. There you go.

Dusty: I got you upset.

Josie: You made me feel something, Donovan. Hearing about your wife and your son, it made me feel like maybe I know what that's like. Like maybe I lost somebody, too.

Dusty: Do you want me to help find someone for you?

Josie: No. I wouldn't even know where to begin. Besides, you've got a plane to catch and a son to find. You're going to do it. I know you will.

Dusty: If you're ever in Oakdale --

Josie: I will remember your name. And that's saying something.

Doctor: I'm Dr. Nolan. You're Mr. Driver? Josie's husband?

Dusty: What can I do for you?

Doctor: There's some things you should know about Josie's condition.

Emily: Why do I have to be the one to help you get her back, huh? What do I get out of it?

Paul: Well, Dusty. Once he knows he can't have Meg --

Emily: No. I'm through trying to get Dusty to want to be with me. Besides, Meg's not my competition. He's still in love with Jen.

Paul: Well, I know he says that --

Emily: He'll never love anyone like he loved Jennifer. Not Meg. Not me. I can't win against a ghost. Some things you just can't get over. I wish.

Paul: Yeah, me, too.

Emily: I've got to go. Are you coming?

Paul: No, I'm going to stay and sit with her for a little bit.

Katie: Are you leaving me?

Brad: Are you crazy?

Katie: I don't know what to think anymore.

Brad: I know things have been really tense between us. I'm really sorry about that. And I have, I've been rough on you. But I'm not giving up on us. I hope you're not, either.

Katie: No, no, of course I'm not. Listen, I just ran into Spencer. Wait, where are you going?

Brad: Well, I have an assignment. Did you talk to Spencer?

Katie: No, I just saw her. She didn't see me, though. She's up to something, Brad. And listen --

Brad: Katie, come on, come on, please, no --

Katie: Please, please -- no, just listen to me.

Brad: I don't want to talk about this. No, no.

Katie: You told me not to give up on us, so I'm not. I'm fighting --

Brad: You don't have to fight, that's what I'm trying to tell you. We can get through this.

Katie: But Spencer doesn't make that very easy.

Brad: Listen to me, you and I, we're fine, okay? Really, we are. So, let's not get into another discussion about Spencer. All right? Now, I need to finish getting packed and I need to get to Chicago.

Katie: Chicago? So, you are the guy she's meeting in Chicago.

Brad: Well, yeah, yeah, we're going to be -- we're covering the election.

Katie: Like hell you are. Call Kim. Call Kim right now and tell her you can't do it.

Emily: Hey.

Meg: Hey.

Emily: What are you doing here? Shouldn't you be somewhere with your feet up, resting?

Meg: The walls started to closing in.

Emily: Yeah, I know the feeling.

Meg: Today must be rough for you. It was two years ago today I delivered your baby. And when I saw the date -- I'm sorry, Emily.

Emily: Thank you. Most people don't understand, you know. You tell them your child was stillborn and they act like it doesn't count. But she had a birthday.

Meg: It's the same with miscarriages. People expect you to get over it. They say things like it was for the best.

Emily: And God's will.

Meg: Yeah, but what it really is awful. I think you showed a lot of courage getting through it.

Emily: No, you're the brave one, doing this again. I couldn't do it.

Meg: I didn't give it a second thought. I loved Paul. I wanted to have his children. But now, I'm not so sure I even want to know him. What's that mean for this baby? You know, maybe I made a mistake.

Emily: You didnít.

Dusty: What's going on with Josie?

Doctor: We've done extensive testing. And physically, there's nothing wrong with your wife.

Dusty: What's going on with her memory?

Doctor: Well, there are notable gaps, but that often comes with the shock of trauma, even when there are no physical effects.

Dusty: What kind of trauma? Have you figured that out?

Doctor: We're still not sure. She was unconscious when she was admitted and she didn't know much except for her name. Hopefully, that will pass with time. There's not much more we can for her here. So, she's free to go home.

Dusty: Okay I'll talk to her.

Doctor: Oh, she said that she didn't have any insurance, so I guess this is for you.

Brad: Did you see my cell phone charger?

Katie: I heard her talking to the salesgirl at Fashions. She's planning on seducing you in Chicago.

Brad: Spencer is not into me that way.

Katie: She was buying underwear, Brad!

Brad: Will you just stop it?

Katie: No.

Brad: Just stop it!

Katie: Listen to me, I walked in and I heard her talking to the woman at Fashions. And she was talking about how she was meeting this guy in Chicago and this was her big chance to score with him.

Brad: That's enough. That's enough.

Katie: To score with him.

Brad: Look, you have no reason, okay, to be jealous of Spencer. None at all. Now you're reading into every word she says.

Katie: I am not reading into anything. She was very clear.

Brad: Is it possible -- is it just possible, all right, that what you heard, maybe you misunderstood?

Katie: Why won't you listen to me? Why aren't you listening to me? I know what I heard and I'm scared.

Brad: Listen to me, look at me, look at me. You have absolutely no reason to be scared. No reason at all, okay?

Josie: So they're kicking me out? Just like that?

Dusty: I can give you a ride home if you want.

Josie: Oh, okay. Thanks. Yeah, that'd be great.

Dusty: Should you be walking?

Josie: The doctor said I'm fine, didn't he?

Dusty: All right. Where do you live?

Josie: In a cheap hotel out by the lake. I was going to look for a job, but how do I do that now? I can't even think straight. Now, I've got to pay this hospital bill. The social worker gave me a list of shelters this morning. Maybe I should just go to one of those until I can get my head together. I really do appreciate the ride. Are you sure it's not too much trouble?

Dusty: No trouble. We'll swing by the hotel to pick up your stuff. And then you're coming home with me.

Josie: Go home with you?

Dusty: You have no place to stay.

Josie: And I remind you of your wife.

Dusty: Well, it wouldn't be like that.

Josie: And how do I know that? I don't even know you.

Dusty: You don't know anybody.

Josie: Well, I would say I never take handouts, but who knows? Look, you've got issues, Donovan. And if I remind you of your wife --

Dusty: You think it'll make my issues any worse?

Josie: I don't know anything about you.

Dusty: You know you can trust me.

Josie: Yeah, I do. How do I know that?

Dusty: Instincts. Go with it.

Josie: What's the name of this town again?

Dusty: Oakdale.

Emily: When I brought flowers to Jen's grave this morning, he was there.

Meg: He remembered.

Emily: Yeah, he was grieving for her. He wants to be a father, Meg. He wants to be a good father.

Meg: But can he do it?

Emily: Only if someone gives a chance. I left him at the baby's grave. I think he might still be there.

Spencer: Well, at least they had one of our rooms ready.

Brad: I know. That was great. It's quiet to go over these questions. I can hear myself think. That lobby was so loud. I've never seen so many reporters in my life.

Spencer: Oh, do you think we'll meet Katie Couric?

Brad: Well, you know, I know a guy that works on the CBS crew, so I can put in a word.

Spencer: Oh, you'd do that for me?

Brad: Yeah, come on. Yeah, we're partners, come on.

Spencer: Yes, we are. And to celebrate, look what I brought.

Brad: Oh, rock on.

Spencer: Yeah.

Brad: All right, we'll have to pop that when we wrap.

Spencer: Why can't we open it now?

Brad: We have so much research to do, Spencer. We're not just covering the presidential candidates. We have the local races, we have -- I mean, there's just a lot of stuff.

Spencer: Oh, come on, we have hours before we're supposed to go on air. And you are so tense. Come on, open it.

Brad: You know, we really do need to work.

Spencer: One drink is not going to hurt us. Open the bottle and I will be right back.

Brad: Okay, so we've got congress, general assembly, county auditor and oh, what comes after county? I can't remember what's next. What comes after county coroner? - Who wants pot roast? - Well, isn't this nice?

Brad: What are you doing?

[Spencer comes out in sexy lingerie]

Spencer: First, I'm going to take this. And then I'm going to do this.

Brad: You know, Spencer -- you know what? You need to get dressed, okay, because we've got work.

Spencer: We have plenty of time.

Brad: I'm married.

Spencer: Yeah, but you and Katie, you don't get along so well. And you and I, we get along just great.

Brad: I'm not going to cheat on my wife.

Spencer: You know what, this bra, it's new and it's really tight. Do you think you can undo it for me or do you want me to do it myself?

Brad: Okay, I know that we've been spending a lot of time together. And that's because "Oakdale Now" is on hiatus. But pretty soon, I'll be doing two shows and then we won't have to --

Spencer: Come on, Brad. Two shows, two women. You can handle it.

Kim: I had to make another tough choice. I mean, I could have browbeat the two of you and insisted that you at least be nice to one another on screen or I could give you a break and a chance to save your marriage.

Katie: I thought you were so angry at me.

Kim: No.

Katie: But all this time, you were just trying to help.

Kim: You bet. Sorry, kiddo. So sorry.

Katie: It's okay.

Kim: How about it? Is it helping? Is it working at all? Are things any better between the two of you? I mean, if you could just tell me that you were back to your own perky selves.

Katie: No, that won't happen until Spencerís gone.

Spencer: Brad, you know you want this as much as I do.

Brad: What would you make you think that? Why would you even think that?

Spencer: You've protected me, you've comforted me. You're always finding an excuse to touch me.

Brad: No, no, I never -- no, I never touched you.

Spencer: Stroking my arm, giving me hugs. Don't be embarrassed. This is not a one-sided thing. I feel the same way you do.

Brad: Okay, okay, if I gave you weird signals, I'm really sorry. I really, really am. But we can just --

[Cell phone rings]

Brad: We can just forget this and get back to work.

Spencer: Why don't you just let that go to voicemail?

Brad: Yeah. Yeah, yeah, hey, yeah. Yeah, Greg. Greg, where are you? Sure, sure, yeah, Spencer and I will be right down.

Spencer: I'm not going anywhere.

Brad: The crew is waiting for us.

Spencer: Let them wait.

Brad: Don't, donít. Donít. Just don't, okay? Spencer, you are a really nice girl. I'm sorry for the confusion. But we can totally fix this.

Spencer: Yes, we can.

Brad: No, no. Okay, this is what we're going to do. We're going to go downstairs. We're going to meet the crew. We're going to do our assignment, and then we'll talk in public with all of your clothes on.

Spencer: I am not going anywhere until you take me in your arms and you admit that we are meant to be together.

Brad: I am meant to be with Katie, all right? I love her. She is the one that I want.

Spencer: Then what am I?

Brad: You are the one that I do a TV show with, okay? Now go get dressed. And we'll just forget about this and do our work.

Spencer: Or what?

Brad: Or I'm going to leave and you're going to do the shoot alone.

Spencer: You're not going to do that. You are not going to give up the chance to become a national star covering a presidential election. You would never do that.

Brad: Watch me.

Meg: Paul? Hey.

Paul: You remembered?

Meg: How could I forget?

Paul: I didn't expect to see you here.

Meg: Well, I didn't plan it. Emily told me that she had seen you. I just thought you'd be gone by now.

Paul: Oh, I was about to leave. If you want some time alone --

Meg: No, no, I didn't mean it that way. I wanted to see you. I wanted to be here. I was just afraid that you had gone.

Paul: I was just talking to her. I told her all about her baby brother, baby sister, on the way. I told Jennifer all about you.

Meg: What did you say?

Paul: I said that when we met, you were a nurse. That I had been shot, and you healed me. And then after that, I tried to make that everything that we were about. You trying to heal me.

Meg: I want more than that.

Paul: I know, so do I. I know you can't fix me. I know I have to make myself better so that I can be a part of our child's life.

Meg: I know how important this child is to you. And if you do get better, I will not keep this child away from you, it's just --

Paul: You have a responsibility to this child. And if I'm not right, then I don't belong around to either one of you.

Meg: It hurts to think of us not being together.

Paul: We will be. But I have to earn that right. And I will. I swear I will. I swear on my daughter's grave, I'll do everything in my power to make it possible for us to be a family.

Clerk: Good morning, Mr. Donovan. How can I be of service?

Dusty: Charles, how are you? This is Josie Driver. She needs a room, preferably on my floor. Unless you want your own floor.

Josie: Whatever you've got will be fine. Except, would it be possible to have a view of something other than an alley or a brick wall? If it's not too much trouble.

Clerk: We'll do our best. How long will you be staying?

Josie: Well --

Dusty: Indefinitely.


Meg: Hey.

Emma: What, no baby clothes?

Meg: Well, I started out at Fashions, and then I went to see Paul.

Emma: Meg --

Meg: Okay, he was at the cemetery. He's having a very sad day. Today is the anniversary of when he lost his little girl.

Emma: I'm sure he wasn't surprised to see you.

Meg: He didn't ask me to come, Mama. And he didn't use it to his advantage, either. You know what? Why is it that you can have compassion for everyone but him?

Emma: You are my baby. My baby. Pretty soon, you'll know about that.

Meg: That's a sneaky way to win an argument.

Emma: Any way you can, Sweetheart. Come on now, get off your feet. I'll make you some tea, all right.

[Cell phone rings]

Meg: Hello?

Paul: Hey, I just wanted to make sure you made it home okay.

Meg: Yes, I did. I'm fine.

Paul: Okay. Well, that's it, I guess. I didn't mean to bother you.

Meg: You didnít. Bye. He just wanted to make sure I got home safe.

Emma: I suppose.

Meg: How can you read anything sinister in that?

Emma: I think he wanted to make sure that you were with me and that you weren't with Dusty or some other man.

Meg: It's not like that. I think he's finally understanding how much I love him. And once he learns to trust that, I think we're really going to make it.

Brad: Katie! I love you. Tell me you know that.

Katie: Brad --

Brad: Just tell me. Tell me that you know that. Tell me I haven't messed things up for us.

Katie: I love you, too. I bought groceries.

Brad: Oh, Baby. You were right. You were right about everything. I couldn't see it.

Katie: Wait, hold on. What happened? Why aren't you in Chicago?

Brad: I was. I drove 100 miles an hour to get back to you. It was just like you said. Spencer was just -- she was out of control.

Katie: The underwear?

Brad: Yeah. Yeah, and she brought champagne.

Katie: Wait, hold on, you actually saw the underwear? What else did you see?

Brad: Nothing. Nothing. So, one minute, I'm sitting there and I'm looking at electoral districts, whatever. And then the next minute, she's half-naked and she's all over me. And she's telling me that she wouldn't work unless I would, you know --

Katie: What did you do?

Brad: What do you think I'd do? I left. I couldn't stay there and work with her.

Katie: Oh, Brad.

Brad: Listen, all I could think about was just coming home to you and how sorry I was. I don't want to lose you. Will you forgive me?

Katie: If you'll forgive me. I shouldn't have been so mad and defensive. I should've just concentrated on loving you, because I do. I love you so much. Wait, wait, wait. Before we do anything, you have to call Kim and tell her what happened.

Kim: Oh, no. No, what are you doing? Spencer, you're supposed to be in Chicago. Why are you here? What are you doing here?

Spencer: I couldn't stay there, not after --

Kim: What?

Spencer: I feel like such a fool.

Kim: Why? Why do you feel like a fool? What did you do?

Spencer: It's Brad, I completely misjudged him.

Kim: What are you talking about?

Spencer: When we got to the hotel, there was only one room ready. And so I invited Brad up to my room so that we could get some work done. And then, he wanted us to have champagne.

Kim: Champagne?

Spencer: You know what a kid he can be sometimes? And he was so excited about covering the national election. And I didn't feel right about it, but I didn't want to make him feel bad, so --

Kim: So what? So?

Spencer: So I let him open the champagne.

Kim: Yes, yes, then what happened?

Spencer: And then he wanted me to take my clothes off.

Kim: No, no.

Spencer: No, I know, I thought he was kidding, too. But the way he looked at me and spoke to me was frightening. I tried to talk him out of it. I said, you know, the crew is waiting for us, but he refused to go to work with me unless we had sex. I didn't know what to do. So I left. Please, Kim. Please, help me. Please do something about Brad.

Josie: Wow.

Dusty: How do you like the room?

Josie: The room is great.

Dusty: You're probably tired from all the traveling.

Josie: Yeah, kind of.

Dusty: So, if you need me, my numbers here.

Josie: That's a lot of numbers.

Dusty: Otherwise, everything okay?

Josie: Donovan, you have a jet. Your own personal, private jet. And this room? My last room could've fit in this one about five times over. And on top of that, you paid my hospital bill, which had to be massive. How much was it, by the way?

Dusty: Less than massive.

Josie: How am I going to pay you back?

Dusty: Don't worry about it. I was broke, now I'm not. I'm happy to help you out.

Josie: Why?

Dusty: Because if things were turned around, you'd do the same.

Josie: Shell out a lot of cash to bail out a total stranger who I met because of a psychic? I don't think so.

Dusty: Chalk it up to instinct.

Josie: Hey, Donovan. Would you move into a room paid for by someone you just met?

Dusty: Probably not. So what do you think? We both made a mistake?

Josie: If we did, it's huge.

On the next "As the World Turns" --

Luke: The bottom line, Noah, is that they don't deserve to win, and I do.

Noah: Not if you cheat.

Spencer: Brad Snyder belongs in jail. You have to arrest him.

Katie: She said you tried to seduce her?

Brad: Mm-hmm. And now it's her word against mine. How do I fight that?

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