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As The World Turns Transcript Wednesday 3/18/09
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Provided By Eric
Proofread By Emma
Carly: Parker! Parker! How could you do this?
Jack: How could I not? After what they did, rubbing off and --
Carly: You just threw our son out of our house.
Janet: Not to mention my daughter!
Jack: And do I need to remind you two that they're husband and wife?
Carly: I don't care! Where are they supposed to go?
Jack: Guess what? I don't care!
Jack: No. If Parker and Liberty want to get married, if they think this makes them adults? I say let them try. See how far they get.
Liberty: Wow, I've never seen your dad lose it like that before. Man, he really flipped out.
Parker: You should've seen him when he was shoving stuff into my bags. I thought he was going to turn into the Hulk.
Liberty: Are you okay?
Parker: Yeah, fine. How about you? Listen, I know about the money --
Liberty: That's okay, you don't have to.
Parker: I want to.
Liberty: But I like this one. It is the real one. Can I ask you something? Did you really mean what you said to the judge? About being afraid your mom would take money from your trust fund and use it on herself? Because her face, when you said that, it was awful.
Parker: I said what I had to so that the judge would marry us. And I'm not sorry I did.
Katie: I'm just wondering if the procedure worked. Do you think it did?
Brad: We'll know soon enough.
Katie: Yeah, but I want to know now. I want to know if it did or it didn't so I can know how I'm supposed to be feeling.
Brad: Either way, I think it's all right to be excited about this.
Katie: No, it's not.
Brad: Why not?
Katie: Because what if I get all excited and it doesn't work?
Brad: If it doesn't work, we'll keep trying.
Katie: For how long?
Brad: For as long as it takes. Look at me. We are going to have a baby. I know it. I feel it. I love you.
Katie: I'll get it. Hey! What are you guys doing here?
Vienna: We're pregnant.
Katie: What? Are you sure?
Vienna: Yes! They're all positive. See, one for each of us. We're having a baby!
Katie: Oh, my God!
Jack: Where are you going?
Carly: Where do you think? I'm going to find them.
Jack: And then what, Carly?
Carly: I don't know, Jack. I'm not you. I don't have all the answers.
Jack: You're not going anywhere. You've done enough.
Carly: Just a minute. Are you saying this is my fault?
Jack: I sure as hell wasn't a witness.
Carly: Neither was I.
Jack: You were standing right there when they took their vows.
Carly: I was doing everything I could to stop them from what they were doing. They didn't need my consent and the judge wouldn't listen to a word I said.
Jack: So you gave up.
Carly: No, but the judge threatened to have me arrested for assault.
Craig: She's telling the truth, Jack.
Jack: Why are you here? This doesn't concern you.
Janet: Liberty's not answering.
Jack: I just want to know what the hell they were thinking.
Carly: You want to know why they got married, Jack. Parker wants to be emancipated.
Carly: To stop us from sending him to that boarding school.
Jack: That's what this is about?
Carly: Are you surprised? I begged you, Jack. I begged you to back off because Parker was so against it.
Jack: Don't act like you weren't with me on this, Carly, because you were.
Carly: Until I realized how miserable it was making him.
Jack: He's a teenager, Carly. He's supposed to be miserable!
Carly: Well, is he supposed to be married? Because he is. And that, Jack, is on you.
Jack: Donít put all this on me.
Carly: God, forbid you be responsible.
Jack: You talk about responsibility, Carly? Parkerís a kid he doesnít know whatís best for him. Thatís why we have to be the one that makes the tough decisions.
Carly: Tough decisions like taking him to a boarding school he doesnít want to go to.
Jack: Iíve given you my reasons. And I wasnít about to be blackmailed with an injunctions so he could get what he wants.
Carly: You sure taught him a lesson, didnít you?
Janet: You guys this isnít helping.
Jack: Why didnít you call me? Why did I have to hear what was happening by him? Answer me, please?
Carly: I thought I could get through Parker on my own.
Jack: Oh, I should have been there.
Carly: All you do is yell at him.
Jack: I yell because I care.
Janet: It doesnít matter anymore. Theyíre married! What matters now, is getting them back here. And getting them out of this.
Jack: Weíre not running to their rescue, Janet. Not this time.
Janet: Theyíre our children, Jack. And Parker is not the only one you threw out. Liberty went with him.
Jack: Parker, did not act alone. Liberty went along with him. Yes!
Janet: I know that.
Jack: And theyíre gonna have to be consequences for what they have done.
Janet: So now itís up to you, to determine my daughterís consequence? Jack, I love you. But, you just threw the most important thing in my life out that door. Without a second thought.
Jack: Where are you going?
Janet: I'm going to find my daughter!
Carly: Is there anything I can do?
Jack: You can leave. Just get the hell out of here.
Carly: Oh, Jack. How many more people are you going to toss out of my house?
Craig: No, its okay, Carly. I should go. If you need anything, call me. Jack.
Jack: Carly, look.
Katie: So, Vienna, did you tell the doctor yet?
Vienna: No. I wanted you and Brad to be the first ones to know. After Henry of course.
Henry: Lucky me.
Katie: It worked the first time. It's amazing!
Vienna: No, it's fate!
Brad: Are you forgetting these are my boys we were talking about? They knew how much we were counting on them.
Henry: I thought we were done talking about your famous boys.
Vienna: What's wrong with you?
Henry: Nothing. Bradís contribution was appreciated, but it's done now.
Brad: A toast. A toast. And for once in my life, I'm at a loss for words. So, just a simple thank you. Thank you for our baby, for giving us a chance to be parents. You know how long Katie and I have been wanting this, and without you, it would not be possible. So, to you, Vienna, and to you, Henry. The best two friends anyone could have.
Brad: Thank you.
Vienna: Oh, and most importantly, to Sven or Inga.
All: To Sven or Inga.
Jack: What did you want me to say?
Carly: I don't want you to say anything.
Jack: I was angry! Iím tired of it. I was angry of him mouthing off and disrespecting us and thinking he can get away with it. It's time we stand up to him, Carly. Right now he thinks we're running scared.
Carly: I am scared. I'm scared for him.
Jack: That's why we have to gather around. If we're not united on this --
Carly: Well, we're not. I want him home. You bring him home.
Jack: I canít.
Carly: You mean you wonít.
Jack: I canít. I don't know who our son is anymore.
Carly: Don't say that.
Jack: Parker stood before that judge today and he twisted the truth around to get what he wanted.
Carly: What he said, I was standing right there --
Jack: Did you see his face afterwards? He was proud of himself! He thinks he out-smarted us! I'm not going to reward behavior like that.
Carly: You want me to turn my back on my son? I won't do that. And if he comes home --
Jack: If he comes home, if he walks through that door and you cave, he's going to think he's won. Is that what you want? You can't beat me this time, Carly.
Carly: He is my baby.
Jack: You keep thinking like that, it's just going to get worse.
Jack: You're scared thatís Parker out there. I'm scared of who he's become in here.
Carly: Excuse me?
Jack: I don't want Parker turning into someone who thinks it's okay to lie and manipulate as long as it works out in his favor, someone who doesn't even care that his actions hurt the people who love him the most, because if he keeps that up, Carly, if he keeps it up, it's just going to backfire. And he's going to end up -- he's going to end up alone.
Carly: He's going to end up like me. You think that I've taught our son bad habits, and now he's becoming the same terrible person that his mother is.
Jack: I never said that.
Carly: You didn't have to. I can see it in the way you look at him.
Jack: That is not true.
Carly: Isn't it? Isn't that really the big fear, Jack that Parker's going to grow up to be just like me?
Jack: Stop it.
Carly: I'm a liar and a thief -- an adulteress. And he's so young and impressionable. What could I possibly do but ruin his life? Thank God he's got you to save him from that hideous fate.
Jack: You don't think I know I'm as much to blame for this mess as anyone? The kid needs a wake-up call, Carly. He's got to get it through his head that he's not ready for this, to be an adult, to be a husband, to be fully responsible for not only his own life, but the life of someone else.
Carly: But you think this is the way to get that through to him?
Jack: Yes, what happens when he realizes he doesn't have anyplace to go? Maybe then he'll see we're not the bad guys that he thinks we are.
Carly: Or maybe he'll see we're the people who left him on the street.
Jack: Somebody has to draw the line, Carly.
Carly: I'm not drawing the line, Jack. You're building a wall. You're walking away! What kind of example are you setting for your son now?
Vienna: Let me help you. You're carrying precious cargo in there. Let's get this on you.
Katie: If you need anything, let us know. Don't hesitate.
Vienna: Don't worry, he'll take excellent care of me, whatever I need.
Henry: That's how I roll. Ready to go.
Katie: Thank you does not even begin to scratch the surface.
Vienna: It's my greatest pleasure.
Brad: I told you.
Katie: I can't believe it.
Brad: We're going to have a baby.
Katie: Well, you and Vienna are having a baby. I'm just kind of along for the ride at this point.
Brad: No, no. What are you talking about? We've already been through this.
Katie: I know.
Brad: It's our baby, no one elseís.
Katie: Seeing Vienna and knowing she's pregnant now --
Brad: She's carrying our baby for us. It's done, all right? No one's going to be here tomorrow except for you.
Katie: I am going to be a mom.
Brad: Yes. Yes, you are.
Katie: Still, I wish I could experience what she's going through right now, you know? Even the morning sickness, cravings, feeling the baby grow inside me.
Brad: You know, there's another way to look at it, which I think is better, you know, this way, you have all the gain with no pain.
Craig: Well, well, well. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder. Allow me to be the first to congratulate you on your recent nuptials.
Parker: What are you doing here?
Craig: I'm walking home, Parker.
Parker: Are you following us?
Craig: Sorry to disappoint.
Liberty: Are you going to tell our parents that you ran into us?
Craig: No, not if you don't want me to. Though after what I've just witnessed, I'm happy to step out of the line of fire.
Liberty: What happened after we left?
Craig: Yelling. Lots of yelling.
Parker: It didn't have to be that way. We love each other and there's no reason why we shouldn't be together. No one can stop us.
Craig: I think we all know you didn't do this just because you're in love. You did this because you wanted to get back at your parents.
Parker: I needed to stop them from using my trust fund to send me to a boarding school when I don't want to go.
Craig: Well, congratulations, I think you're off the hook for that, at least for now. But the burning question is, where do you go from here?
Liberty: We're actually trying to figure that one out right now.
Craig: Do you have any money at all?
Parker: Yeah, we've got $30. You know, that actually may be enough for a hotel room at the Wagon Wheel Motel.
Liberty: Oh, good.
Craig: Not if you were even paying by the hour. For Peteís sake. Okay, grab a bag, you're coming with me.
Craig: Consider it my wedding present. Itís likely the only one youíll get. Come on.
Brad: I have an idea. Why don't you and I take a little trip together? Just a little --
Katie: A trip?
Brad: Yeah, a romantic trip away. Just the two of us, before things get, you know, crazy.
Katie: Brad, Vienna's carrying our child. We went passed crazy about one lab and two petri dishes ago.
Brad: True. True.
Katie: I don't want to hurt your feelings. I just don't want to go.
Brad: You don't?
Katie: Not right now. I want to be here, to be around Vienna as much as possible.
Brad: Okay. How about a compromise?
Katie: A compromise?
Katie: You must be serious.
Brad: Oh, I am. We can get one of the suites at the Lakeview for the weekend, yeah? This way, we could still have alone time, but Henry and Vienna would be right down the hall.
Katie: You'd do that for me?
Brad: In a heartbeat. Where are you going?
Katie: To reserve our room at the Lakeview.
Janet: Is Liberty here?
Brad: No, she said she was spending the day with you.
Janet: That was just a cover. She told you she was spending the day with me and she told me she was with you looking at colleges.
Brad: Are you saying you don't know where she went?
Janet: No, I know where she went. I don't know where she is now.
Katie: Is Liberty okay?
Janet: No, she's not. She and Parker --
Brad: Parker? Parker's involved? What did he do to her this time?
Janet: He married her.
Jack: I don't like this any better than you.
Carly: Then do something about it!
Jack: I can't! He doesn't want to be here, Carly.
Carly: He chose to leave! You threw him out!
Jack: He was fighting me on it.
Carly: Well, you were acting like a tyrant. I swear, Jack, if something happens to him because of this, I will never forgive you!
Janet: Okay, before you start flipping out --
Brad: Oh, I'm way beyond flipping out now! How could you let this happen?
Janet: She lives under your roof, too.
Brad: Well, under my roof, there is a no-Parker zone. Can you say the same?
Katie: So, Jack just threw them out?
Janet: Yeah, without giving us a chance to talk to them.
Katie: What happens when you call Liberty's phone?
Janet: She's not answering her phone.
Brad: Didn't Jack take care of this? Isn't he sending Parker off to boarding school?
Janet: That's how this whole thing blew up. Parker refused to go.
Brad: Oh, he's going to want to go now because he's going to want to get as far away from me as he can.
Katie: No, no, no. What are you doing?
Brad: I'm going to find him and put him in the ground.
Katie: No, you're not. You're going to stay here and think about this and calm down for a second.
Brad: Don't tell me to calm down. I can't calm down about this.
Janet: What is wrong with you and your brother is this.
Brad: What's wrong? Our kids just got married. Married. God help me if he gets her pregnant.
Janet: Okay, right. That's how the way we handle this situation from now on is so important. Because if they're out there all by themselves with no one to turn to but each other --
Brad: Okay. Okay. Okay, what do you want me to do?
Janet: I just -- I want you to be her dad. Can you do that?
Janet: You'd better.
Katie: Are you okay, Janet?
Janet: No. I can't -- it's the way Jack reacted.
Katie: Well, how did he react?
Janet: Pretty much the same way my parents reacted when they found out I was pregnant. They left me to fend for myself, and boy, did I do a bang-up job of that, all right? I was too young to know what I was doing, but I acted like I didn't care. I just needed them so badly. I've got to go.
Katie: Listen, if Liberty calls, we'll let you know right away.
Janet: Okay. Please, tell her I love her and she that she's still my baby girl.
Vienna: Okay. What are you doing?
Henry: Don't tell me you've forgotten my signature move.
Vienna: No, I know what you're doing. But we canít. Get off the bed.
Henry: What? Why?
Vienna: Because of Sven.
Henry: Sven the sigoat?
Vienna: Don't call the baby names.
Henry: What's going on here?
Vienna: I'm just worried that love-making will hurt the baby.
Henry: I'm afraid that not making love will hurt me.
Vienna: Henry, you're an adult.
Henry: Yes. With some very adult needs.
Vienna: I'm sorry, but right now we need to put the baby first.
Henry: For how long? You're going to be pregnant for nine months!
Vienna: I know, and it's going to be so wonderful!
Henry: Not if it's going to be like this.
Henry: You promised me nothing was going to change for us.
Vienna: Well, nothing has changed.
Henry: We're not making love. As far as I'm concerned, that's the biggest change there is!
Carly: Who was that?
Jack: I was trying to call Janet.
Carly: I wonder if she found the kids yet.
Jack: I don't know. I just wanted to see if she was okay.
Carly: Right. Who cares where your son is when your wife is mad at you?
Jack: For your information, she's mad at me for the same reasons you are.
Carly: She's showing the same fear and anxiety I am, not knowing where our children are.
Jack: And I'm not? I'm just a heartless ass? That threw them out?
Carly: You said it.
Jack: What they need, Carly, is tough love.
Carly: And no one knows how tough your love can be better than I do. I hope this is important.
[Cell phone rings]
Carly: I hope this is important.
Craig: Are you all right?
Carly: What do you want?
Craig: Well, after I left, I ran into the kids in Old Town and I got them a room at the Lakeview. Carly?
Craig: I thought you should know that they were okay.
Jack: You okay?
Carly: I'm fine.
Jack: Was that Parker?
Carly: No, it wasn't Parker.
Carly: It wasn't him. Do you want to check the call log?
Carly: I wish you would just go.
Jack: We're going to get through this.
Carly: We? We're on two different sides now, Jack. There's you and there's everybody else.
Jack: We're still a family. What do you think I'm fighting so hard to hold on to?
Carly: Whereís this family, I'd like to know. Itís not here. Itís gone?
Jack: It's not gone. Things have changed, yeah. We've changed. But I will always love what we share with these kids. Parker and J.J. and Sage. They mean everything to me.
Carly: And me?
Jack: We're always going to be have that connection, you know that.
Carly: Even though you hate me.
Jack: I don't hate you, Carly. I could never hate you. My God, how many times do I have to say it? I'll always love you.
Carly: If this is how it feels to be loved by you, Jack, I wish you would hate me a little.
Parker: So, what do you want to do now?
Liberty: Um, I don't know. I'm kind of hungry.
Parker: Do you want to get something to eat? Why don't we go to Al's?
Liberty: And risk running into my mom? I don't think so.
Parker: We could go down to the lounge, but that's kind of expensive.
Liberty: Yeah, and I guess room service is out of the question.
Parker: What about the mini bar?
Liberty: Parker, the mini bar is like the lounge times ten.
Parker: But Craig's paying for the room, and that covers the mini bar, right?
Liberty: Right. I don't feel comfortable taking advantage of him like that.
Parker: We're not. I don't think Craig would want us to go hungry. I'm just going to check.
Liberty: All right. Go for it. Parker Parker, don't. Please put that back.
Parker: I don't want you to go to bed hungry.
Liberty: I've done it before. It's no big deal.
Parker: Well, it is to me. Give me your hand.
Liberty: You realize you're wasting $9?
Parker: I will pay Craig back in the morning. Trust me, you are worth more to me than a $9 box of chocolate.
Liberty: That's sweet, Parker.
Parker: Thank you. Your hand?
Carly: Oh. Dramatic.
Janet: Hi, Carly. I haven't found them. I don't know where they are.
Carly: That's okay. I do.
Janet: Well, where?
Carly: They're at the Lakeview.
Janet: The Lakeview?
Carly; Craig got them a room.
Janet: Are you with them now?
Carly: No. I'm at home.
Janet: Is Jack there? I mean, with the kids.
Carly: He doesn't know. I didn't tell him.
Janet: How could you not tell him?
Carly: Do you really want him going over there now the way he's acting? I don't want him scaring those kids off again.
Janet: I don't want that either.
Carly: At least we know where they are and that they're safe.
Janet: Carly, are you -- are you asking me not to tell Jack about this?
Carly: He's your husband, Janet. You do what you think is best. I just thought you'd want to know where your daughter is.
Brad: I know you think it's a mistake, me going after her, but I keep thinking that what if she doesn't come to me?
Katie: You're her father. Of course she'll come to you. You love her and she knows that.
Brad: She knows how I feel about Parker.
Katie: Well, Parker's not on the top of anyone's list right now.
Brad: But I'm going to lie her. I'm going to tell her exactly how I feel about what she's done. I'm going to listen to her. At least I'll try.
Katie: Sometimes that's all you can do.
Brad: I should be able to do more.
Katie: Maybe doing more isn't how you deal with Parker.
Brad: All right. He can stay here with her, but I am going to tape his buns to this couch every night.
Katie: Nice. I'll help you hold him down. We're in this together.
Jack: I tried calling you on your cell.
Janet: I know.
Jack: Well, I didn't know if you had found the kids or were just avoiding me.
Janet: Were you with Carly this whole time?
Jack: Where else would I have been?
Janet: I thought maybe you'd be out looking for the kids.
Jack: I think you know the answer to that.
Janet: I can't believe this is happening.
Jack: I know it's not easy.
Janet: You can change that, Jack.
Janet: Yes, you can. Please!
Jack: I am not giving in to them. Not this time, Janet. I have been pushed too far.
Janet: So, what, your only option is to push back?
Jack: They're on to us. Liberty stood right here and she lied to you.
Janet: I know what she did.
Jack: Everything we ever gave them, all the love, everything we ever taught them, they threw in our faces today. Is that how you raised your daughter to be? Because I know damn well that's not how I raised my son.
Janet: Okay, okay, they lied to us and they went behind our backs and made a huge mistake, but we can't abandon them!
Jack: I'm not. I'm not abandoning them.
Janet: Jack, you threw them out!
Jack: Yeah --
Janet: You told them --
Jack: They're adults!
Janet: I don't get you! They're not adults. They're kids, okay? They're our kids!
Jack: Parker and Liberty brought this on themselves. You know they did.
Janet: What I know is that I have always been up front with you about the way I feel about my daughter.
Jack: I know you have.
Janet: And you know that I love her. More than I love myself or anyone, including you.
Janet: You are my heart and I can't believe you've broken it this way.
Craig: Here, let me help you.
Carly: I don't want your help. Why are you here?
Craig: I was worried about you.
Carly: You sure you weren't looking for a reward?
Craig: A reward?
Carly: Yeah, for saving the day. You're a real hero, aren't you, Craig?
Craig: Why are you mad at me?
Carly: Don't act like you don't know. I had the phone in my hand. I was going to call Jack and tell him what those kids were doing and you stopped me.
Craig: Because I believed that involving Jack would have made things worse, and well --
Carly: What's worse than this?
Craig: I didn't know the judge would perform an actual ceremony, Carly.
Carly: Well, he did. They're married!
Craig: And you blame me for that? Okay. If you had called Jack, do you think the outcome would have been any different?
Carly: We'll never know, will we? And that I do blame you for.
Brad: Will you promise me something?
Katie: What's that?
Brad: That when we have our child, you're not going to run away some day when they're 17 and get married?
Katie: I'll see what I can do. You're going to be a wonderful father, you know that? You already are.
Brad: Because I'm going to have you to talk me through it. I don't know what I would do without you.
Katie: Well, I'm not going anywhere.
Brad: I wouldn't let you.
Katie: I am so lucky to be having a baby with you.
Brad: Our baby and I are lucky to have you.
Vienna: Henry, please don't be mad at me. I'm just worried about the baby.
Henry: Mad? I'm not mad at all, but since we're not going to do the horizontal mambo, I thought I would read my book and maybe get some ideas for a sequel.
Vienna: Henry, let's talk about this.
Henry: Okay, let's talk. Pregnant women have sex all the time. It's a well-documented fact.
Vienna: I'm sorry I upset you.
Henry: How sorry?
Vienna: Oh, Henry!
Henry: You're the one touching my arm!
Vienna: Maybe I should pour you a martini? Maybe a drink or two would make you feel better? Or better yet, you should sit down, make yourself comfortable.
Henry: You're touching me again. This is not good.
Vienna: Sit. Okay. Close your eyes. Close your eyes. Now imagine you're on a train, traveling the European countryside.
Henry: Is this story for me or for you?
Vienna: Shh. You have been on that train for days, hours, lonely hours. Now suddenly, a beautiful young lady sits down right across from you.
Henry: Lord, have mercy.
Vienna: And there's something wrong with this beautiful woman.
Henry: She's pregnant?
Vienna: No! She's a woman of virtue.
Henry: I think you're missing the point of the story you're trying to tell.
Vienna: But Henry, she likes you. She loves your wavy brown hair and the arch of your eyebrow and your sexy shoulders and it makes her want you really, really, really bad.
Henry: But her virtue -- but her virtue.
Vienna: Oh, virtue's easily can be compromised. There are ways around it.
Henry: Wait, what ways?
Vienna: Ways that a proper lady shouldn't indulge in, even though she wants to.
Henry: Then she should reconsider. It will make her a well-rounded person.
Vienna: If she does, you have to promise never to breathe a word of this to anyone.
Parker: Hey, are you tired?
Liberty: Kind of.
Parker: You want to go to sleep?
Liberty: Look, I know that it's like technically our wedding night, but I know we're supposed to --
Parker: I know.
Liberty: Do you mind if we maybe don't?
Parker: Yeah, sure, that's fine. We don't have to.
Liberty: Really? You're not like mad?
Liberty: Good. Thank you.
Parker: Yeah. No problem.
Liberty: This is quite possibly one of the most expensive beds I've ever slept in.
Parker: I know. I feel very classy right now.
Parker: Do you mind if I just move a little closer?
Parker: We're married now.
Liberty: I know.
Jack: Damn it, Hal, I wish you were here. I'm losing our little boy. I could really use some advice right now.
Craig: I know you don't agree with what I've done.
Carly: No, I don't.
Craig: But I have to stand behind it.
Carly: Even if you stand alone?
Craig: You can use that blanket tonight. It's going to be cold.
Carly: Why are you still here?
Craig: So I can pick up broken glass. I thought you might want to come with me.
Carly: Where to?
Craig: To the Lakeview, see the kids.
Carly: I don't think that's a good idea.
Craig: Why not?
Carly: I just don't. I do appreciate what you did, getting the kids situated for the night. I'll pay you for the room tomorrow.
Carly: I will not be indebted to you, Craig.
Craig: You haven't asked me for anything, Carly.
Carly: That's right, I havenít. Why don't you take that as a hint?
Craig: I'll save you the trouble of asking me to leave.
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