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As The World Turns Transcript Monday 11/10/08

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Brad: Oh. I never thought I was going to get out of that place. I'm so happy to be home -- to hold you.

Katie: So, the case -- it was dropped? How did that happen?

Brad: Don't you know?

Katie: Did they find the murderer? Did someone confess?

Brad: Katie, you know what happened.

Katie: No -- why do you keep saying that? I don't know anything!

Brad: Well, you know --

Katie: Margo never called me. You never called me. You were in jail and then all of a sudden, you were here. I can't believe you're actually here.

Brad: Yeah. Yeah, I'm here. And now I just have one question. How does a dead body disappear?

Katie: Spencer's dead body?

Brad: Yeah, Spencer's dead body. Who else?

Katie: It's gone?

Brad: Hell yeah, it's gone. And all the evidence against me -- the DNA, the fingerprints, everything.

Katie: How did that happen?

Brad: You tell me.

Henry: Ma'am. Ma'am. You're assaulting an officer.

[Vienna laughs]

Vienna: Oh, I will be in a minute.

Henry: Oh.

[Henry laughs]

Henry: Suspect is becoming aggressive.

Vienna: No, your suspect is a bad girl. Mmm!

Henry: Am I going to have to get the handcuffs?

Vienna: Oh, yes, please. Let me help you look for it!

Margo: Or we could just use mine.

Henry: Whoa! What are you doing here?

Vienna: How did you get the keys to our room?

Henry: What gives you the right to barge in here?

Margo: This. It's called a search warrant.

Katie: Wait. You can't actually think I would have something to do with stealing a corpse.

Brad: Someone did.

Katie: Well, it wasn't me. I was at the studio, and then I was with you.

Brad: Oh, well thank God for good alibis and good help. So who did you get to do the honors?

Katie: Nobody.

Brad: Oh come on, Katie. There's no way you could've pulled this off by you could've have pulled this off by yourself.

Katie: You're not listening to me. I didn't have anything to do with it!

Brad: Okay, this is crazy. Who else would care if I got convicted for Spencer's murder? Katie?

Katie: What?

Brad: It was Henry, right? Henry's the one that stole the evidence, right?

Katie: I don't -- I don't know. Maybe. But he didn't say anything to me.

Brad: Well, I hope not. I've told you before, I don't want you to get into trouble because of me. I'd rather go back to jail.

Katie: Don't say that.

Brad: No, I mean that. So if you know anything, you gotta tell me.

Katie: I don't. I don't. Not for sure. And neither do you. Which is good, because, if we get questioned --

Brad: We just tell the truth.

Katie: Right. And Henry's smart enough not to say anything. So let's just be happy that you're home and we're together.

Brad: Happy. Yeah, okay. You and me. I mean, I can do that.

Katie: Okay.

Margo: So, where'd you get the uniform?

Vienna: Ye Olde Oakdale Costume Shop on Fifth Street.

Henry: We love costumes. We buy in bulk.

Vienna: We even have a discount card there.

Margo: Mm-hmm. So, did you use this costume to get into the police station?

Henry: Why would I do something like that?

Margo: Because you'd do anything to help Katie. But you're not helping Katie, you're hurting Katie, and Brad, and yourself. Henry, did you steal that evidence?

Vienna: No, he would never do that! Well, he might. But he didnít. Not this time.

Margo: Well, someone did. Someone's trying to get Brad off the hook. And Katie's got an airtight alibi. So, that leaves her friend, Henry. And if not Henry, then --

Henry: No, no, no. She doesn't know anything about this.

Vienna: No, no! Why would Henry steal the evidence? No, he wouldn't do that, and I know, because --

Henry: Don't say another word.

Margo: Because, why?

Vienna: Because of this uniform.

Henry: Because of the uniform.

Vienna: Yeah, because -- he only wears them in the privacy of his room. Going outside would almost be -- unfaithful to me, so it's only for me to see.

Henry: That's right. That's, mmm. That's absolutely correct. So, you can see, we are completely, absolutely, 100% innocent.

[Knock at the door]

Meg: What do you want?

Paul: Nothing. It's cold out. And I thought you might want some warm clothes.

Meg: And you thought the clothes I wore last winter would somehow fit me now?

Paul: Oh boy. Sure, why not?

Meg: Do you see how big I am now?

Paul: I see how beautifully and glowingly pregnant you are with my child. I like it. See you later.

Meg: I wanted some tea, and Holden kinda put it up high.

Paul: Oh yeah, sure.

Meg: And Mom's at a meeting.

Paul: That's really high.

Meg: Yeah.

Paul: Why don't I make you some tea?

Meg: Yeah.

Paul: Okay.

Meg: Thank you.

Paul: It is high.

Meg: See?

[Both laugh]

Meg:  So, how's therapy going?

Paul: Oh, it's great. I'm letting go of everything.

Meg: Everything?

Paul: Well, yeah. Everything but Dusty.

Meg: Why, what happened?

Paul: He's running around with some girl from Ohio. Which normally would be fine, except this girl's got curly red hair and bears a striking resemblance to Jennifer.

Meg: Seriously?

Paul: Seriously. Emily told me about, and apparently, he thinks that she is some kind of reincarnation of Jennifer. So yeah, I'm having a really hard time letting go of that.

[Knock at the door]

Josie: I don't get it.

Dusty: You ever just say hello?

Josie: Hello. I don't get it. What do you see in these drawings? It's just a bunch of scribbling.

Dusty: I wouldn't call that scribbling.

Josie: Well, if you call it good, then you have no taste.

Dusty: It's not bad. Not bad at all. Reminds me of my wife's work.

Josie: Was she an artist?

Dusty: Clothing designer. She did drawings like this all the time.

Josie: Wow, spooky! You're a real jerk, Donovan. Everything with you is a test. Josie has red hair like my wife. But what does that mean? We have this great connection, but is she scamming me? I am so sick of it!

Dusty: This is 'cause I didn't tell you my wife was a clothing designer?

Josie: You act like you're the only one with a problem here. I can't remember half of who I am. And yeah sometimes when you talk about your wife, I feel a weird bond, but I don't know what it means. I want to know what it means.

Dusty: So do I. I want you to meet someone. Can you meet me in the lounge in ten minutes?

Josie: Sure, okay. Hey. If this ends up not working out, if there's no connection between Jennifer and me -- I don't ever want you to think that I was ripping you off. Because that's not me. Okay?

Dusty: Thanks for saying that.

Meg: Oh, yeah, there. That's the spot. Yeah. Oh.

Paul: Was it too hard?

Meg: No, the baby just kicked.

Paul: Oh. Holding our child.

Meg: Could we get back to Dusty for a second, here?

[Paul laughs]

Paul: Sure. Yeah, okay, if that's what you want.

Meg: You know, I don't know what Emily told you, but I don't think that Dusty would think that just because a woman has red hair, she has some kind of mystical connection to Jennifer.

Paul: Yeah. You know how Dusty met this girl? Through the psychic that was entertaining the guests at the Lakeview.

Meg: She introduced them?

Paul: No, she had a vision that Dusty was going to meet a girl from Ohio that was a gateway to Jennifer.

[Meg laughs]

Meg: You're making this up, right?

Paul: I wish I was.

Meg: Okay, so why are you so concerned about it?

Paul: Because I'm worried about how it's going to affect my mom. She's already been through enough with Dusty coming back to life. She doesn't need Dusty giving her some hocus-pocus about him bringing Jennifer with him.

Barbara: Wow. I've missed you.

Dusty: I missed you, too.

Barbara: I take it that you didn't have any luck in finding Johnny.

Dusty: Close, but no.

Barbara: I think about him constantly. I wonder if he looks like Jennifer.

Dusty: As soon as I can, I'm going to pick up on the trail again. I'm not giving up.

Barbara: Yeah. You'll find him. You will.

Dusty: So, where have you been? As soon as I got back into the town, I've been looking for you.

Barbara: I was in New York working on a new collection. Paul called and said you were here.

Dusty: Yeah, well, he's been busy.

Barbara: What's that supposed to mean?

Dusty: Ah, who cares. I don't want to talk about Paul. There is someone I need you to meet.

Barbara: You've met someone?

Dusty: There is no woman for me other than Jennifer, and you know that.

Barbara: As Jennifer's mother, I love hearing that. But as someone who cares about you, it's been over a year and a half, you know.

Dusty: Ah, don't start.

Barbara: You got to move on.

Dusty: Have you moved on? Does a day go by you don't wish we could have it back the way it was? Jennifer, me and Johnny, you playing Nana?

Barbara: I guess we have to help each other move on, don't we? So, who is this you want me to meet? A business associate?

Dusty: I don't want to say too much. If it's okay with you, I've asked her to meet us in the lounge in a few minutes.

Barbara: Sure.

Dusty: Okay, let's get a table.

Barbara: Sure.

[Cell phone rings]

Dusty: Yeah. Phil, I can't -- what? I canít. Hold on. I can't get a signal. I've got to go outside.

Barbara: I'll grab a table.

Dusty: I missed you.

Margo: Here, put this on and go with me.

Henry: Where, where, where? Where are you taking her? She didn't do anything, Margo!

Margo: I am taking her into the bathroom with me while I search the place and keep you two separated. Come on, let's go.

Henry: Wait, wait. If there's no evidence, what happens to Brad?

Margo: Well, I had to release Brad.

Vienna: Brad's free? Oh my God! Katie must be so excited! Isn't that wonderful?

Margo: Hey, hey, hey, hey! No, no, no, no! No kissing, no touching, no winking -- no contact whatsoever until I question you two separately. Now go. Go. And I better not hear any flushing in there!

Vienna: Yes, Ma'am!

Margo: Oh Henry, please put your hands up where I can see them. Please, just -- what are you doing? You're taking an awful risk.

Henry: Margo, I didn't do anything.

Margo: Did you even stop once and think about her? If you go to jail, she's going to be devastated.

Brad: Yeah, Honey, I'm fine. As of now, there are no charges against me, so you can stop worrying, okay? Can you put your mom back on the phone? Liberty started crying.

Katie: She was worried to death about you. We all were.

Brad: Hey, Janet. So, do you know what time you guys are coming home? No, oh no, you don't have to do that. Okay, thanks. Bye. She's going to take Liberty and have some girl time, so we could be alone.

Katie: Oh, that sounds good.

Brad: Yes it does. I just want to start off with taking a shower. I need to wash this jail off me.

Katie: Okay. You get started, I just want to send Kim a quick e-mail, and let her know what's going on.

Brad: Oh, no, no. The woman owns a TV station. She probably heard the news before us.

Katie: Well, listen -- I want to -- I want to thank her. She did a lot for us.

Brad: Katie --

Katie: You go get clean, so I can kiss you.

Brad: I'm on it.

Katie: Brad is home. Who are you, and how did you do it? What do you mean, "E-mail cannot be sent?" Carlos, hey it's Katie. Um, quick question. If I give you an e-mail address, can you tell me who it belongs to? Okay great, here it is.

[Barbara sighs]

Josie: I'm sorry -- do we know each other?

Barbara: I don't think so.

Josie: Are you sure? Because you look really familiar to me. That's the wrong way to put it. It's not so much that you look familiar as that you seem familiar. Like we've maybe we lived in the same neighborhood or got drunk together or something?

Barbara: I don't think we've ever gotten drunk together.

Josie: My name is Josie, does that ring any bells?

Barbara: Not a one.

Josie: You know, come to think of it, you don't strike me the type who would do Jell-O shots at happy hour, so that's probably not how where we met. But maybe we had one of those great conversations that you have in line at the grocery store, or under a dryer at the salon, or something?

Barbara: I beg your pardon.

Josie: I should be begging yours. I know that I sound really pushy, but I just have a very strong feeling that you are important to me.

Barbara: I don't think so, really.

Dusty: I see you two have met. This is the young lady I was telling you about.

Barbara: You're kidding.

Dusty: Barbara Ryan, meet Josie Driver.

Josie: Barbara? Your name is Barbara? Have you ever been to Sandusky?

Barbara: Ohio? Not recently. What's this all about, Dusty?

Dusty: Josie's interested in fashion design.

Barbara: Really? How very interesting. Would you excuse us for a moment? I need to have a private word with Dusty. Come out here.

Dusty: I'll be right back.

Josie: Okay.

Barbara: Who is she really?

Dusty: See? Does she remind you of someone?

Barbara: She reminds me of a crazy person.

Dusty: Oh, no, Josie's not crazy.

Barbara: Are you sure? What are you so interested in her for?

Dusty: She reminds me of someone I used to know.

Meg: I don't think you need to worry about Barbara.

Paul: No?

Meg: No, Dusty would never hurt her.

Paul: Well, not intentionally. But if he so much as mentions my sister --

Meg: Okay, so why don't you talk to Barbara first about Dusty and then prepare her before he introduces her to this woman?

Paul: I could swing by my mom's tonight, I guess. How do I ease into something like that?

Meg: Take her out to dinner, make it a casual conversation --

Paul: Oh, right, yeah, me and my mom -- lots of casual conversations.

Meg: Well, if you want, I could go with you and help you out.

Paul: You'd do that for me?

Meg: When there's food involved, we're in. I'll get my coat.

Henry: Are you satisfied? No bags of evidence, no dead bodies.

Margo: Why did you say that?

Vienna: What did he say?

Henry: What'd I say?

Margo: How did you know that Spencer's body was missing?

Henry: I didnít.

Vienna: Maybe she's a vampire. I never did trust that girl.

Margo: That's it. Get up and get dressed. And I'm taking you downtown.

Henry: No, wait -- what are we guilty of? Costume sex? Come on.

Vienna: He didn't wear uniform to steal anything -- maybe except a kiss or two.

Margo: And I'm supposed to just take your word for that? You know, I'm going to give you a few minutes to get yourself dressed and together and then I'm taking you both down to the station.

Vienna: Are you going to put us in a cell?

Margo: Why?

Vienna: Just so I know what kind of shoes to wear.

Henry: Wear the high-heeled boots -- you're going to play go-go --

Margo: No, no, all right, all right, that's it! If I hear one more sex fantasy, and you're both staying overnight in separate cells. Get dressed. Go, now! Get dressed.

Katie: So the address doesn't belong to anyone? How is that possible? An internet cafe? Where? Berlin? No, I don't know anyone in Berlin. Okay, thank you so much for all your help.

[Phone rings]

Katie: Hello?

Henry: Katie?

Katie: Henry, I have to ask you something.

Henry: Well, ask me later. I've got to talk fast. Margo's here. She's taking Vienna and me down for questioning.

Katie: Oh, no.

Henry: Don't worry. She's not going to get any information because we have nothing to say. Listen, we need to meet at Metro as soon as possible. We have to get our stories straight.

Katie: Henry, wait -- did you send that e-mail?

[Knock on the door]

Margo: Henry! Time's up. Either you come out or I come in.

Henry: Sorry, Sweetheart, I got to go and get Mirandize.

Katie: Wait --

Brad: Who was on the phone? Never mind. I don't care. Let's go to bed. Come on.

Katie: Wait. We will. I promise you we will. But first, we might have to cover up a crime.

Dusty: You know me. I don't buy into this psychic stuff. But there are a lot of coincidences here.

Barbara: So you brought her back here with you? Is she living with you?

Dusty: Of course not. She doesn't remind of you of Jennifer?

Barbara: Aside from the red hair, not much. And I don't think the matching initials are very compelling either.

Dusty: Do you know what she was reading when I first met her? That poem from Jen's memorial. You got to admit, it's a little strange. Plus, doesn't this remind you of Jenís work?

Barbara: Get that away from me --

Dusty: Just look at these, would you?

Barbara: That is not Jennifer's work.

Dusty: I know they're not -- look at them --

Barbara: You know what I think? I think you are trying so hard to hold onto Jennifer's memory that you tried to find some similarities between this girl that doesn't exist --

Dusty: I don't need to look for ways to hold on to Jenís memory. She's with me every hour, every minute. I'm supposed to raise her son, the way she wanted him raised.

Barbara: I don't blame you for what happened with Johnny.

Dusty: I've got to find him. Do you understand? Whether it takes psychics, investigators, whatever --

Barbara: Some red-headed girl from Ohio?

Dusty: She thought she knew you. She walked straight up to you. Now maybe, we need to explore this.

Barbara: I donít.

Dusty: Just give it a chance.

Barbara: A chance to what? To grieve again? I am done grieving. I have grieved for my daughter. I have grieved for a grandchild I may never see again. I grieved for you. And after everything I went through this past year, you let me think that you were dead?

Dusty: I'm sorry about that.

Barbara: And now you want me to think that my precious child is living on in some girl from Ohio that some psychic led you to? Do you know how ludicrous that sounds?

Dusty: There is no need to get so upset --

Barbara: I am upset! I won't do it! I won't --

Paul: Hey, hey -- you leave my mother alone. You okay?

Barbara: I am very glad to see you. And you, Meg. And you both together.

Dusty: Anyway, sorry to upset you.

Barbara: I am not going to discuss this with you anymore.

Dusty: Will you give Josie a chance?

Paul: Josie. Josie -- this is the girl you've been talking about?

Barbara: Dusty thinks she has some kind of connection to your sister --

Paul: You know, my sister's memory is sacred to me and to my mother. Why would you desecrate it like that?

Dusty: You don't know what you're talking about --

Paul: I know all about your newest little project. Tell me something. Did you suffer brain damage when you were gone, or do you just enjoy hurting my family?

Dusty: Why would I want to do that?

Paul: I don't know. I mean, I know why you would want to get back at me, but please, leave my mother out of this --

Meg: Okay, maybe you should let Dusty explain.

Josie: Is everything okay?

Paul: This is the girl that you're so anxious that we accept? Get her out of here.

Brad: No, no, I'm not going anywhere near Henry today. No.

Katie: If Henry did anything though, he only did it to help.

Brad: Look, I want help keep you and Henry and me and maybe Vienna out of jail. We should not be seen together, Katie.

Katie: Well, maybe this is Henry's way of looking innocent or proving that he and Vienna have nothing to hide.

Brad: Look, I don't believe this. We'll probably all end up going to jail for covering up a crime I didn't commit.

Katie: Wait, maybe it wasn't Henry. Did Vienna ever say anything about knowing somebody in Berlin?

Brad: She knows people all over the planet. What does that have to do with anything?

Katie: Come on, let's go!

Brad: No -- no, whatever you're not telling me, you've got to tell me.

Katie: It's nothing.

Brad: Okay, fine -- okay, fine -- you've got every right not to trust me, Katie.

Katie: No, I do -- I told you --

Brad: You knew about Spencer. You knew that she was no good. I didn't believe you. She ended up dead. So why would you trust me if I keep making dumb moves?

Katie: You're not dumb. You're just impulsive.

Brad: Okay, then you need to tell me the truth. Don't hide anything. Not now.

Katie: I want to tell you. I just don't want to get you in trouble anymore.

Brad: I know that you're smarter than me. And you're better with money, and you're better at dealing with people. But I am bigger and I am stronger. And I'm going to stand between you and anyone who tries to hurt you. And if you don't let me do that, we really do have trouble.

Margo: So did you wear the uniform to gain access to the morgue?

Henry: How many times are you going to ask me variations of the same question?

Margo: And where were you when Henry was stealing the evidence?

Henry: I was not stealing evidence.

Margo: Were you waiting in the car?

Henry: She had nothing to do with this.

Margo: Or maybe you were creating a diversion while he --

Henry: Margo, no -- she was not!

Vienna: No, its okay, Henry. I can speak for myself. I want to tell Margo the truth.

Henry: Honey, be careful what you say, okay? You don't want to say anything --

Margo: Henry! I will put you outside. What do you want to say?

Vienna: This is my statement. Why would you think that I would ever get in a car with a dead body? And if I thought that Henry had touched Spencer's slimy corpse, I never would get into bed with him. So, I repeat, eww!

Henry: I think that about covers it. Margo, I'll take a lie detector test if you want me to.

Vienna: Me too.

Henry: But we have -- we don't know anything about any disappearing bodies or evidence or anything like that.

Margo: Leave! Please, just leave. But don't leave town. We're not finished with this case yet.

Vienna: Okay --

Margo: Eww?

Dusty: Why are you being so rude? You don't even know this woman.

Paul: All right, I don't know why you're mixed up with Dusty, but no one can replace my sister. No one.

Josie: I wasn't trying to replace --

Dusty: That's enough, all right.

Meg: Dusty's not trying to hurt any of us.

Paul: Really? Well, maybe not, but if it's not his idea, maybe it's hers, huh? Is it? Why? Why would you do something like that?

Barbara: Yes, why? What are you hoping to gain?

Dusty: I said enough! And I mean it. None of this is Josie's idea.

Katie: Oh, thank God. I was so worried that Margo had arrested you.

Vienna: God, we were pretty scared, too. We're so happy that they let you go.

Brad: Thanks to you guys.

Vienna: What, no --

Henry: Not thanks to us. Thanks to Katie.

Katie: What? You think I would willingly touch a dead body?

Henry: Don't look at me. I mean, when Margo showed up, I thought Vienna did it.

Vienna: He was covering for me. And I was covering for him. And it wasn't until we left the police station that we realized that neither one of us had anything to do with anything.

Katie: But if we didn't do it, who did?

Henry: Maybe -- maybe Jack had a change of heart. He wanted to help his brother.

Brad: No way.

Katie: No, Jack went way out on a limb the last time Brad was arrested. He wouldn't do it ever again.

Brad: So that means that a mystery person set me up, and a mystery person killed Spencer, and a mystery person got me off the hook.

Henry: Let's just hope it's more than one person.

Vienna: Why?

Henry: Well, otherwise whoever saved Brad is also a killer.

Dusty: Do you really believe you cherish Jenís memory more than I do? Do you?

Meg: I believe you have good intentions, Dusty.

Dusty: Josie has no reason to lie.

Barbara: You are a very wealthy man.

Dusty: She knew nothing about me when I found her --

Paul: Oh, come on, Dusty. You're the CEO of a multinational corporation. Do you think that supposedly innocent girl couldn't look you up on her cell phone, find out your net worth in like ten seconds?

Dusty: She doesn't want money.

Barbara: How do you know that?

Dusty: Because she wants what I want. Answers.

Vienna: This mystery is starting to sound like a great adventure.

Henry: I think we should investigate and see what's behind it.

Brad: That might not be a bad idea.

Katie: Please, can we just forget about it?

Brad: Forget about it? That evidence and Spencer's body is still out there somewhere. And if it ever shows up again --

Henry: Brad is back on the hook for Spencer's murder.

Vienna: Well, did Spencer ever talk about anyone from her past?

Katie: Please. Let's just stop analyzing every little bit and let the police do their investigating.

Henry: Are you okay?

Katie: I'm fine -- yeah, I just -- Brad and I have the house to ourselves tonight --

Vienna: Oh, well, say no more. Go home and enjoy each other, all right?

Brad: Thank you for the drinks. And thanks for being there for us.

Henry: Hey, friends forever, huh? Do you want to tell me what's going on?

Katie: Nothing.

Henry: If you won't tell me, at least tell Brad, all right?

Katie: Stay out of trouble.

Henry: All right, you too.

Dusty: Can you give Josie a chance?

Paul: No, she canít.

Dusty: I'm not talking to you.

Barbara: I am done talking about this. This is giving me a splitting headache. I'm going for a walk.

Paul: You stay away from my mother. She deserves better.

Dusty: She deserves the truth, whatever that is.

Paul: Oh, man -- sorry. I keep telling you that I changed. I keep telling you I've got my anger under control and then I -- bite Dusty's head off. I'm sorry. I'll get you a cab back to Emmaís.

Meg: What about dinner?

Paul: Do you still have an appetite after all that?

Meg: I think the least you could do is buy me a sandwich. And I know the perfect place. Come on, I'll drive.

Josie: Well, the good news is my bags are still packed.

Dusty: You leaving?

Josie: Why not? The doctors here can't fix what's wrong with me.

Dusty: You've got to give it time.

Josie: I can give it time back in Sandusky. The only reason I stayed here in the first place is because I thought I could help you somehow.

Dusty: Well, what makes you think you can't?

Josie: Well, I guess I'm not the only one with memory problems. Have you forgotten those very angry people downstairs? The ones who are actually related to your late wife?

Dusty: They had no business being so rude to you. I'm sorry about that.

Josie: Don't be. You've been wonderful to me. When I woke up from the accident, everything was a haze. And then, you appeared and something about this place and those very angry people -- it feels more familiar to me than anything back home. It's like I recognize them.

Dusty: Then why are you leaving?

Josie: Because it was silly of me to think that just because I felt something, that they would feel it too. I mean, why stay around and make them miserable? They obviously don't want me here.

Dusty: But I do.

Brad: Are you going to tell me what's wrong or what?

Katie: I don't want to. I want us to be happy and normal and I want all of this to be over.

Brad: Okay, tell me something. Okay -- what am I -- what am I to you?

Katie: You're my husband.

Brad: Right. Will you let me do my job? Something is wrong. Tell me what it is.

Katie: Okay. I knew it wasn't Henry and Vienna who made the evidence disappear.

Brad: Uh, yeah, okay, they said that.

Katie: I know, but I knew before they told us.

Brad: It was you along?

Katie: No, no, it wasn't me. I was at the studio and I got an instant message, just out of the blue. It just appeared. It was freaky.

Brad: What did it say?

Katie: That this person could get you out of jail. And the next thing you know, you're home.

Brad: Why didn't you tell me this before?

Katie: Because I wanted there to be a simple explanation. That it really was Henry or Vienna that got rid of the evidence.

Brad: Instead of some stranger.

Katie: A scary stranger.

Henry: You've been awfully quiet.

Vienna: Just thinking about how much you love me. That you thought that I stole the evidence.

Henry: Well, you do love adventure.

Vienna: And that you were willing to take the blame to save me.

Henry: Only if absolutely necessary. I was thinking more along the lines of spiriting you away to some country that doesn't have extradition agreement with the U.S.

Vienna: I love your brain.

Henry: I love your everything.

Vienna: I would never let you go to jail, either -- well, unless of course, I was the one who put you there.

Henry: Where did you get that?

Vienna: When I bought yours, I got one for myself, too.

Henry: I see. And since Margo confiscated my uniform --

Vienna: I guess I have to be the one who's doing the policing from now on. So please put your hands where I can see them.

Henry: Whatever you say, Officer.

Katie: All I wanted was for you to be out of jail. So when I first got the message, it gave me hope. I know that sounds stupid.

Brad: You were desperate. What else did he say?

Katie: How do we know it's a guy?

Brad: Well, I guess we donít. So whoever it is, did they -- did they threaten you?

Katie: No. But they did say that they might want a favor in the future.

Brad: Then the connection was lost and they didn't contact you again?

Katie: Right.

Brad: And the e-mail address -- that's untraceable?

Katie: It no longer exists.

Brad: We chalk it up, okay? And I mean, maybe this person has something to do with the evidence missing or maybe they're just a nut.

Katie: Do you really think that?

Brad: I think that there's no way we can find them right now, so we might as well just stop worrying about it.

Katie: How are we going to do that?

Brad: You know, I can think of a few ideas.

Meg: I wish you would eat that. It will make me feel better.

Paul: Why?

Meg: Because if you don't, then I probably will and I'll end up feeling like a fat slug instead of what you called me before --

Paul: Hey, right, well, glowing beautiful pregnant woman.

Meg: Yeah --

Paul: Well, you are. I'm not eating this.

Meg: You know, you had every right to be upset, Paul.

Paul: Yeah, well, you know what? I don't like Dusty and I probably never will. But what he's doing with this girl -- you know, pretending that she's kind of a of pipeline to Jennifer --

Meg: Wait, wait -- you don't know if he's pretending. You never even gave him a chance to explain.

Paul: I don't want him to explain. I don't like talking about Jennifer.

Meg: But you loved Jennifer. Why don't you want to talk about her?

Paul: Because when I betrayed her, that's when her whole life really changed. And before that, everything was beautiful. She was very happy. And I'd give anything to be able to go back and not hurt her.

Meg: We all have regrets.

Paul: But I don't know how to live with mine. Jennifer's dead and I don't know how to tell her I'm sorry. I don't know how to make it right. You know what, I'm not going to dump on you. Come on, I'll take you home.

Meg: No, I am not going home. I'm going to stay here with you tonight.

Paul: Not because you're feeling sorry for me.

Meg: No. I'm greedy.

Paul: Oh.

Meg: Yeah, for another back rub or two.

Josie: What are you hoping will happen if I stay?

Dusty: I want to show you something, okay?

Josie: Is this your wife? She's absolutely beautiful.

Dusty: Yeah, I love her very much.

Josie: So you're not on the rebound.

Dusty: No. I want to find out who you are. I want to help you find your past.

Josie: I would like that.

Dusty: I want you to help me find my son. Maybe you can help me do that.

Josie: I can try. But just so that we are absolutely clear. You know I can never be Jennifer.

Dusty: I know. See you tomorrow.

On the next "As the World Turns" --

Janet: Sage, okay, you've made your point. You can let me out now.

Sage: Not until you promise you're not going to marry my dad.

Carly: I want her arrested.

Jack: Who arrested?

Carly: Janet.

Jack: This wedding is going to happen. Sage can't keep trying to sabotage it what she did the other night.

Kevin: Tell President Snyder not to get too comfort. He may not be in office for very long.

Casey: Why not?

Kevin: There's going to be an investigation into the election.

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