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As The World Turns Transcript Thursday 8/13/09

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Meg: I can't believe how warm it is.

Damian: It reminds me of summers in Italy. My folks used to send me to a camp there on the Adriatic coast.

Meg: Why is it when you say "Adriatic coast," it makes me want to buy a ticket immediately?

Damian: Will you let me take you there someday?

Meg: Uh, yeah, of course. Sign me up. You know, in the meantime, we could go down to the pond and cool off.

Damian: I didn't bring my bathing suit with me.

Meg: Oh, that's okay. I wasn't planning on wearing mine.

Damian: Sweet. And yet naughty.

Meg: Ah, you bring out the best in me. Faith. I didn't know you were here.

Faith: Obviously.

Meg: I'm gonna take Eliza upstairs, get her changed. Think about that swim.

Damian: Hey.

Faith: So, is my Aunt Meg your girlfriend, or is there someone else you like more?

[Cell phone ringing]

Lily: Hello.

Holden: Hey, it's me.

Lily: Hey, "Me." How's it going?

Holden: It's going.

Lily: Traffic bad?

Holden: No. I was just missing you and the kids.

Lily: Oh, well, if it makes you feel any better, we miss you, too.

Holden: So, have you guys made any decisions yet? Are you gonna come down to Kentucky and see me?

Lily: I guess it depends on Faith. She's still in the death grip of some adolescent funk. I don't know what she wants to do.

Holden: Is she there? Let me talk to her.

Lily: No. I think she went out to the farm to go for a ride.

Holden: Where is she?


Lily: The farm. Where are you?

Holden: Lily, I -- I can't hear you.

Lily: Holden?

Holden: Look, I'm gonna hang up. I'll call you back.

Lily: Holden, are you there?

Margo: What -- what are you doing?

Tom: Making you a late breakfast -- well, um, brunch.

Margo: You're using more than one bowl.

Tom: Yeah, well, I just wanted you to know that brunch sometimes can have something more than just a bowl of cold cereal.

Margo: So they say. Coffee?

Tom: Yeah, it's already made. Right behind me.

Margo: Good. You know, um, you don't have to do all of this for me.

Tom: Well, I wanted to.

Margo: All right. Well, there you go. There's your answer.

Tom: You know, eventually, you're gonna have to stop being mad at me because I asked Riley to move out of the house.

Margo: Yep, if you say so.

Tom: I was just trying to do what is best here.

Margo: No, you know what you were doing. You asked Riley to leave the house without talking to me first because you knew if you asked me, that I would object. Ah-ha! There. How do you think that makes me feel?

Tom: I'd like to know how it makes you feel.

Margo: Oh, Tom, come on.

Tom: Well, that's part of the problem here. I just -- I don't know anymore.

Margo: Okay. I will tell you how I feel. I don't like it when you make unilateral decisions about me, okay? How's that?

Tom: Yeah.

[Cell phone ringing]

Tom: Hello.

Casey: Dad.

Tom: Hey, Case, what's wrong?

Casey: I'm at the hospital.

Tom: The hospital? Why? Oh, my God.

Margo: What is it?

Tom: Kim's had a heart attack.

Margo: Oh, uh, I'll get the keys.

Tom: Is Dad there?

Casey: No, no. I don't -- I don't know where he is. I know they've been trying to page him, though.

Tom: He hasn't answered?

Casey: Not yet.

Bob: Thanks for showing me how to use this thing again.

Riley: It was nothing, really.

Bob: For you. I don't know. Uh, I mean, when it went off, I -- I just couldn't remember which button I was supposed to push.

Riley: It happens.

Bob: I suppose this means that I should get back to the hospital.

Riley: I'm headed that way. Um, I can walk you back if you like.

Bob: I'd enjoy the company.

Riley: Okay. It's this way.

Bob: Oh, okay.

Alison: Have they found your grandfather?

Casey: Uh, no, they haven't found him, but they're still paging him.

Alison: Have you checked his office?

Casey: Yes, I already have.

Margo: Hey.

Tom: Hey. How's Kim?

Casey: I don't know.

Margo: Alison?

Alison: I was with her at the studio when she collapsed.

Margo: Are they sure it's a heart attack?

Alison: Yes.

Tom: So, did Dad show up yet?

Casey: No, no.

Tom: I'm gonna try giving him a call at the house.

Casey: What were you doing talking to Kim?

Bob: Thanks for the door-to-door escort.

Riley: Anytime.

Tom: Dad, where were you?

Bob: Hey. Having lunch. Why?

Tom: Well, didn't the hospital page you?

Bob: Well, you know, this thing has really been going crazy on me. I guess I'd better get a new one. What's going on?

Tom: Well, I don't know how to tell you, Dad. Um, Kim's here.

Bob: She is? Why?

Tom: Dad, she had a heart attack.

Bob: Where is she?

Alison: She's in here. Uh, Dr. Buell's with her now.

Casey: What were you doing at WOAK with -- with Kim?

Alison: I was there because I wanted to talk to her.

Casey: Tell me this wasn't about my granddad.

Alison: Casey, I had to tell her. I had to tell her about the mistake he made, ordering that overdose.

Casey: But you said you weren't 100% sure he made that mistake. And -- and what were you expecting Kim to do?

Alison: I don't know.

Casey: So wait, you're telling me you went there, and you accused my granddad of -- of screwing up?

Alison: And then your grandmother had a heart attack. Oh, God, Casey, I'm so sorry.

Bob: Kim, Sweetheart, you're gonna be all right. Nothing's gonna happen to you. I'm here.

Holden: Sorry. Reception down here is kind of spotty.

Lily: That's okay.

Holden: Anyway, I hope Faith comes around. I'd really love to see you guys down here.

Lily: Me, too.

Holden: It would be nice to have some good, old-fashioned family time. Seems like forever since we've done that.

Lily: I agree.

Holden: All right. I just wanted to call and say I love you.

Lily: I --

Holden: Lily, I got to go.

Lily: What?

Holden: I'll call you later.

Holden: What the hell?

[Holden sees a guy in a cops uniform on the side of the road trying to flag him down]

Lily: Holden? Holden, are you still there? I love you, too.

Holden: Is there a problem, Officer?

Skaggs: Want to open the door for me?

Holden: What?

Skaggs: The door.

Holden: Are you all right? You want me to call 911?

Skaggs: No. Don't call anyone. Just drive.

Casey: I want to know what you told Kim.

Alison: I just told her what I told you, Casey.

Casey: Oh, my God. That -- that he ordered the overdose?

Alison: I didn't lie to her.

Casey: How can you say that?

Alison: Because I believe that is what happened.

Casey: But he told you he didn't do it.

Alison: I know, and that's why he blames me for it.

Casey: Okay, fine, fine. You told her that, and then -- and then what happened?

Alison: She got upset with me -- really upset -- and she said that it was impossible, that Bob would never make a mistake like that.

Casey: Exactly. Why couldn't you have just waited?

Alison: Because what if it were to happen again to another patient? I would feel responsible.

Casey: You're not responsible for every patient in this hospital, Ali.

Riley: Hey, quit yelling at her, Casey.

Alison: Riley --

Casey: Excuse me.

Riley: No, it isn't her fault.

Casey: And how do you know that, huh?

Riley: Because I'm the one who told her she needed to talk to somebody about this.

Casey: You did? And -- and you listened to him instead of me? Why? Because he told you what you wanted to hear?

Alison: No, it wasn't like that.

Casey: Sure it wasn't! And why are you giving her advice on anything, man?

Riley: Because I'm the one it happened to.

Casey: Oh, give me a break! You are out of it. You don't even know what happened.

Riley: Look, Alison needed someone to talk to, okay? Someone who might have seen that Dr. Hughes has been acting not himself lately, or that yes, maybe he could've made a mistake like this.

Casey: So you go to his wife?

Alison: Look, Casey, maybe it was stupid to go to Kim, but I --

Casey: Yes, you think? Why couldn't you both just stay out of this? And look what happened!

Riley: No, come here. What is wrong with you?

Casey: Let go of me.

Riley: Your family is really freaked out right now.

Casey: Yes, that's right. My family.

Riley: Now is not the time for this.

Casey: Do not tell me what to do!

Alison: Casey, wait --

Riley: No, let him go. I'm sorry, Alison. He shouldn't have said those things to you.

Alison: No, it's -- it's okay. He's just upset.

Riley: No, you do not need to make excuses for him. You know he was out of line, right? It isn't your fault.

Alison: I should, um, go see if there's anything I can do to help.

Meg: Hey. So, what are you two talking about?

Faith: Nothing. I was just leaving.

Meg: But Mama told me that you were going riding.

Faith: I changed my mind.

Meg: Okay. Bye. What was that all about?

Damian: Faith is becoming a young lady. She's starting to have questions about affairs of the heart.

Meg: Yeah. They grow up so fast.

Damian: Eliza's next.

Meg: Uh, oh, no, she's not. So, was she testing you on some of those prince charming theories?

Damian: Oh, hardly. But, you know, she's not the only one around here with a romantic side.

Meg: Oh, really? Who else is there?

Damian: Moi.

Meg: Oh.

Damian: And I think we should still go on the cruise tomorrow morning.

Meg: Damian, you know I canít. I have nobody to watch Eliza.

Damian: So we'll take her with us.

Meg: We'll take a little baby with us to a private getaway? Isn't that gonna kill the mood?

Damian: Not as long as their mother agrees to come along. Besides, I'd like to get to know Miss Eliza better.

Meg: Oh, well, then in that case, you know my answer.

Damian: I assume it's still a yes.

Meg: Yes, of course it's a yes. Are you kidding? Yeah.

Damian: Great. We can fly to New York this afternoon, spend the night there, and leave for the cruise tomorrow morning. How soon can you be ready?

Meg: Uh, well, you're talking to a simple farm girl. Give me half an hour.

Damian: Good. I have something to take care of, as well, and then I'll meet you back here.

Meg: I can't believe we're doing this.

Damian: It's worth it to see your smile. You deserve it.

Meg: No, we deserve it. Just remind me to pick up a little something for Faith -- just a little thank you for awakening the romantic in you.

Lily: Hey, there you are. Where did you go? Faith, I'm talking to you.

Faith: I went to the farm, okay?

Lily: No, it is not okay. What's going on?

Faith: Nothing.

Lily: Faith, I don't believe that. I know something is bothering you. Did I do something to upset you somehow?

Faith: I don't know. Did you?

Lily: Look, one minute we're buddy-buddy, and the next thing I know, you don't even want to be in the same room with me.

Faith: That's not true.

Lily: Look at me. Why don't you want to go on this family vacation?

Faith: You mean to visit Dad in Kentucky?

Lily: After the breeders' convention, yes. I'd really like for you to be there.

Faith: Did you know that Damian and Aunt Meg are, like, together? Like together?

Lily: What does that have to do with anything?

Faith: So, it's not weird to you?

Lily: No.

Faith: It doesn't bother you at all?

Lily: Why would it?

Faith: Because you were married to Damian.

Lily: Baby, that was so long ago.

Faith: I know. And now that you and Dad are back together, he's the only one for you, forever and ever, right?

Holden: Look, I don't want any trouble.

Skaggs: And I don't want any conversation.

Holden: You're obviously hurt. Why don't you let me take you to the hospital?

Skaggs: If I wanted to go to a hospital, I would have flagged down an ambulance, all right? Now, just drive like I told you, and there won't be any problems.

Holden: You want to tell me where I'm going?

Skaggs: You'll know when we get there.

Announcer: Breaking news out of the county jail. Bingham Skaggs, serving a life term for murder, escaped in a hail of gunfire this afternoon. Skaggs shot and killed an officer and is considered armed and dangerous.

Holden: So you're obviously not a cop.

Skaggs: What gave it away?

Holden: Look, I know that you're in a lot of trouble.

Skaggs: Save it. Save it.

Holden: If you turn yourself in, I can help you out.

Skaggs: How? What, are you gonna tell them I was nice and polite when I carjacked you?

Holden: If you show a little remorse for what you've done --

Skaggs: Do I look like that kind of guy to you?

Holden: I think if you do it, you could keep this thing from escalating.

Skaggs: Brother, if I didn't have a bullet in my shoulder, you would have been dead the second you opened that door.

Holden: All right. You need me to drive the truck. So what's the plan? I keep driving until when?

Skaggs: Until I say you're done.

Holden: You really need to do something about that shoulder.

Skaggs: A few towns from here, we'll stop, get me some bandages, a couple of aspirin. Be right as rain. See? You wanted to help me. Now you are.

Margo: I was gonna go get some coffee. Do you want to go?

Tom: No thanks. What are you doing here?

Riley: I walked over here with your father.

Tom: You know, I really don't care.

Riley: All right.

Margo: Tom --

Tom: You know, we're dealing with a family crisis here. We don't need any distractions.

Margo: You're right, you're right, you're right. I'm -- I'm sorry. You should go. Thanks for your concern.

Riley: No problem. Really, I'm sorry about your -- your stepmother.

Margo: Okay.

Tom: I can't handle that kid right now.

Margo: I know, I know. Just let's go get some coffee.

Bob: What's her BP?

Dr. Buell: 150/100.

Bob: Let's give her another dose of heparin.

Alison: I can do it.

Bob: No. I'd prefer another nurse on my wife's case.

Alison: Yes, Sir.

Casey: Come on, Ali. Maybe -- maybe my grandpa has the right idea.

Alison: What?

Casey: You know, maybe until this settles down, another nurse is a better idea.

Alison: Yeah, I got the message, Casey, loud and clear.

Casey: Come on, Alison. Don't -- don't make this about --

Tom: Hey, son, what's wrong?

Casey: Um -- it's just some work stuff.

Tom: I -- I think we'd better get back inside.

Casey: Yeah.

Bob: Kim, Sweetheart, look at me. There's nothing to be afraid of. You're gonna be all right. There you are.

Kim: Hi.

Bob: Hi yourself, pretty lady. How are you feeling?

Kim: Tired. Just -- hurts.

Bob: It's gonna be sore for a while, but that's a good thing.

Tom: You gave us quite a scare there, Kim.

Kim: Keep you on your toes.

Casey: That was a good one this time.

Margo: Yeah. Just don't try and pull it again, huh?

Kim: I promise.

Bob: What you need now is plenty of rest.

Kim: Okay. You're the doctor.

Bob: Listen, you guys, thanks very much. But, you know, there's really nothing you can do here. Why don't you go home and get some rest and come back and see Kim in the morning when she's a little stronger?

Casey: Well, how about you, Granddad?

Bob: I'm gonna stay here.

Tom: Dad?

Margo: Bob, don't you think you should get some rest, too?

Tom: I mean, I can stay.

Bob: No, no. Thanks, but my place is here.

Tom: You sure?

Bob: I'm sure. Wild horses couldn't drag me away.

Riley: Alison, hey. What are you -- what are you doing here?

Alison: Um, staying out of the way.

Riley: Did Casey say something?

Alison: No. Uh, Dr. Hughes ordered me off of Kim's case.

Riley: I'm sorry.

Alison: I can't really blame him. I mean, it was kind of my fault that she had a heart attack.

Riley: No, it's not. That's just Casey shooting his mouth off.

Alison: No, but he was right. I mean, I never should have gone to Kim about this. I don't know what I was thinking.

Riley: You can't second-guess yourself about this, Alison.

Alison: That's easier said than done.

Riley: You believe Dr. Hughes made a mistake with the dosage of Ventricle he told you to give me?

Alison: Yes. I knew it was too much, and I asked him about it, and -- and he told me not to question his instructions.

Riley: Then it was his mistake, Ali.

Alison: No, but again, what if I am wrong? What if I just didn't hear him right?

Riley: Do you really believe that?

Alison: No.

Riley: All right, then don't let anyone talk you out of that.

Alison: Look, I'm trying to stand my ground, but it's hard.

Riley: Look, I wasn't gonna say anything, but you saw me coming to the hospital with Dr. Hughes, right?

Alison: Yeah.

Riley: It was because something happened when I bumped into him here in Old Town. He was -- he was looking at his pager like he'd never even seen it before.

Alison: Are you serious?

Riley: Yes. He literally asked me what he should do with it. And then it was like the page that he had -- he didn't think it was urgent. He was in no hurry, no rush to get back to the hospital.

Alison: Oh, my God.

Riley: That's why I walked him back there. Now, I'm no doctor, and -- and what I saw -- it could mean nothing. Or it could be something really serious.

Alison: Do you think there might be something wrong with him?

Riley: I don't know. But if there is, you owed it to him to say something to his wife.

Alison: Yeah, but all I managed to do was give her a heart attack.

Riley: No, you -- you didn't cause that, Ali.

Alison: But I was a part of it. What if Dr. Hughes makes himself worse wondering why this happened to her? I have to tell him the truth, Riley. I have to tell him I was there and why.

Lily: Why are you so interested in Damian and Aunt Meg?

Faith: I'm not.

Lily: But you're asking a lot of questions about them and about my marriage to Damian.

Faith: So I'm not allowed to ask questions?

Lily: Of course you are.

Faith: You know, I'm -- I'm the only kid in my class who has an aunt who's dating their mom's ex-husband.

Lily: I know, Sweetie. It's complicated.

Faith: And weird.

Lily: Damian and I were so young when we got married. We were totally different people back then.

Faith: Yeah, but you were in love with him.

Lily: Baby, that was so long ago.

Faith: Were you or were you not in love?

Lily: Yes, I was. But I grew out of it, and that is all in the past now.

Faith: So you're okay seeing him with someone else?

Lily: Of course I am. I'm happy for them. You should be, too.

Faith: If you say so.

Lily: Faith --

Faith: I'm going upstairs.

[Doorbell rings]

Lily: What are you doing here?

Damian: I need to see you.

Lily: I thought you said you wanted me to stay out of your life.

Damian: I know what I said.

Lily: Good. I just want to make sure I wasn't imagining things.

Damian: Something happened, and I wanted you to know about it.

Lily: Know what?

Damian: Meg and I have decided to go on the cruise after all. We're leaving for New York this afternoon.

Lily: I see. And Eliza?

Damian: We're taking her with us.

Lily: Of course you are.

Damian: So this time, there's nothing you can do to stop us.

Lily: You sound like Meg.

Damian: You know, it doesn't have to be like this.

Lily: Okay, fine. I -- I hope you have a lovely time.

Damian: Do you?

Lily: What do you want me to say? You seem determined to go.

Damian: I am.

Lily: Good for you. It seems like you've gotten what you've wanted.

Damian: There's only one thing that could stop me from going away with Meg.

Lily: And what's that?

Damian: If you told me that you are still in love with me.

Holden: You want me to take this next exit? Maybe there's a drugstore. We can find you some antiseptic for that shoulder. Did you hear me? Skaggs?

Lily: You already know my answer to that.

Damian: Do I?

Lily: Yes. I love Holden. I am committed to my husband and to my family.

Damian: So that's it?

Lily: No, that is everything. And it is never gonna change.

Damian: Very well. If you're convinced.

Lily: Yes, I am.

Damian: Then I've said all I need to say.

Lily: Yes, you have, and I -- I think you should go before somebody sees you here.

Damian: I won't bother you again.

Lily: Please donít.

Skaggs: Press another button, and I'll have to shoot off one of them fingers.

Holden: I -- I'm sorry. I --

Skaggs: Give me it. Pull over. I said now!

Tom: What is that?

Margo: Plain turkey with spinach on whole-grain bread, no water, and a side of almonds.

Tom: Thanks.

Margo: For the sandwich?

Tom: No, for being nice to me, 'cause I know you're madder than hell right now.

Margo: Yes, I am mad, but you're my husband, and I love you, and Kim is family. And those three things trump everything else.

Tom: Look, I know things haven't changed between us about Riley --

Margo: You know, I think we're gonna set the issue of Riley aside for a while.

Tom: We are?

Margo: Yeah, we are. Because right now, we need each other more than we need to be right about something.

Tom: Man, I love you.

Margo: Oh, I love you, too.

Tom: All right. I'm gonna go take a couple aspirin. It's been a long day.

Margo: Take two.

Tom: All right.

Margo: And wait. What about your sandwich?

Tom: Oh, um -- no. Case.

Casey: Hey.

Margo: Hey.

Casey: Hey.

Margo: Here. Hungry?

Casey: That's not food.

Margo: Looks just like food. Everyone's got an opinion.

Casey: Yeah. No kidding.

Margo: Whoa, what's the matter? What's going on?

Casey: Nothing, Detective. Chillax, man.

Margo: Okay. Just seems like I detected a little bit of tension between you and Alison at the hospital.

Casey: Look, I -- I don't want to talk about it, okay?

Margo: Okay.

Casey: You know, it's -- it's your boy, Riley. He needs to keep his mouth shut.

Margo: All right. What -- what happened?

Casey: He just gave Alison some really stupid advice, and she took it.

Margo: Well, what was it?

Casey: It doesn't matter.

Margo: Are you sure?

Casey: Yeah, it doesnít.

Margo: Okay, okay.

Casey: You know what really sucks, though?

Margo: Not that sandwich, because that sandwich was made with love.

Casey: No, no. It just needs like a gallon of mayo, that's all.

Margo: All right.

[Casey groans]

[Margo sighs]

Margo: Oh, Casey, come on. What was it? What was it?

Casey: Okay. Even though Riley doesn't live here, he's still screwing up things with our family.

Alison: Dr. Hughes?

Bob: Alison. I was just checking her heparin.

Alison: How is she?

Bob: She's good. Stabilized, but she's getting stronger.

Alison: That's fantastic. Do you have a minute?

Bob: Now?

Alison: I'm sorry. I know that I'm probably the last person you want to talk to.

Bob: No, no. It's all right. Let's go outside so she can get some rest. What is it?

Alison: I don't know how to say this, but I think what happened to Kim -- I think it was partly my fault.

Bob: Why do you think any of this was your fault?

Alison: I don't know if anyone told you this yet, but I was with Kim when she collapsed at the studio.

Bob: You were? Why?

Alison: I was talking to her. About you.

Bob: About Riley's overdose. You still think that I gave you the wrong order.

Alison: I'm sorry. I'm -- I'm not accusing you of doing it on purpose.

Bob: I know you're not.

Alison: It's just that I have known you my whole life, and I'm worried. You haven't been yourself, and I just felt like I should say something.

Bob: Alison, I know your concern for me is genuine. And I understand what you did and why you did it.

Alison: You do?

Bob: But no matter how tired I might have been, I never would have made that mistake.

Alison: That's what Kim said. God, she got so mad at me, and then she had the heart attack.

Bob: Heart attack was not your fault. What you're not aware of is that she had a previous heart condition.

Alison: She did?

Bob: Aortic stenosis. But you were there. You called 911. You gave her CPR immediately. And you probably saved her life. Which makes me eternally grateful to you.

Alison: I had no idea. Thank you for telling me that.

Bob: Listen, why don't you take the rest of the day off? You could use some downtime.

Alison: Any chance I could talk you into taking your own advice?

Bob: No. I'll sack out in my office, and I want to spend some more time with my wife.

Alison: Okay. Well, I'm gonna go get my stuff and head home. Oh, Dr. Hughes?

Bob: Yeah?

Alison: I'm really glad that Kim is feeling okay.

Bob: So am I.

Skaggs: Get out.

Holden: Look, can we just talk about this?

Skaggs: Out, now. 'Round this way. Over here.

Holden: Look, I know you think you don't have any way out of this, but you do.

Skaggs: And I'm looking at it.

Holden: I have a wife. I have kids.

Skaggs: Would you shut up? I'm not gonna shoot ya.

Holden: Well, then, what do you want from me?

Skaggs: Your clothes.

Holden: What?

Skaggs: Take 'em off. Shirt, shoes, pants. Do it!

Holden: Okay.

Damian: Hey.

Meg: Oh, no, no, no, no. Not yet. I wanted to surprise you and be all ready and set to go.

Damian: That's okay. You can buy whatever you forgot to put in your suitcase.

Meg: Yeah. I'm not the problem. Why is it Eliza has more to pack than I do?

Damian: I don't know. Perhaps because she looks adorable in everything. Am I right?

Meg: So, are all your bags in the car?

Damian: No. I had them delivered to the plane directly.

Meg: Oh. I thought you went home to pack.

Damian: Hmm-mm, no.

Meg: So where were you?

Damian: I went to see Lily.

Meg: Why?

Damian: I wanted to tell her that we were going on the cruise after all.

Meg: After everything she did to stop us the first time? Why would you give her the chance to do that again?

Faith: Was that Damian's car in the driveway?

Lily: Yes, it was.

Faith: Was Aunt Meg with him?

Lily: No, but, um, I'm sure he's with her now. They're going on a cruise together.

Faith: Really?

Lily: Yeah, and they're taking Eliza with them. That's why he was here. He wanted to tell Luke that he's leaving this afternoon.

Faith: A cruise? That's supposed to be pretty romantic, right?

Lily: It can be.

Faith: Cool. So, are we still going on a trip?

Lily: You mean with your dad?

Faith: Yeah.

Lily: So now you want to go all of the sudden?

Faith: Sure. When can we leave?

Lily: As soon as your dad calls and tells us to get on the road.

Faith: Sweet. I'll go pack.

Skaggs: Your watch and wallet, too. And the ring.

Holden: You can have everything else. This is my wedding ring.

Skaggs: So? Do it.

Holden: You don't need this. There's plenty of cash in the wallet.

Skaggs: And there'll be more cash in my wallet once I pawn it. Now take the ring off. Back to the truck.

Holden: So, what happens once we get into town and find that drugstore?

Skaggs: We part company.

Holden: In other words, you shoot me and find someone else to drive you across the border.

Skaggs: Why don't you just let me worry about that -- Holden.

Tom: I thought I made it very clear to you that our family needs some privacy right now.

Riley: I know. I just came here to see Casey.

Casey: Dad, it -- it's cool.

Tom: Okay.

Casey: What is it?

Riley: You are such an ass.

Casey: I am sorry. What did you say?

Riley: You had no right talking to Alison the way you did today.

[Monitor beeping rapidly]

Alison: I need some help in here!

Nurse: What's going on?

Alison: Her BP's down to 60/40. She's gone into shock. Page Dr. Hughes immediately! Okay, Kim. Come on. Stay with me, please.

Casey: Where do you get off telling me how to talk to my girlfriend?

Riley: Well, maybe if you treated her like one --

Casey: Uh, I'm sorry. You're gonna tell me how to deal with women? You need to get over yourself.

Riley: The way you came down on Alison for going to see Kim today --

Casey: She accused Grandpa of overdosing you.

Riley: Somebody did.

Casey: Well, somebody isn't him. Okay, yes, yes, maybe I came down hard on her, but so what?

Riley: So what? Are you serious?

Casey: What happens between me and Alison does not concern you. So back off, okay?

Riley: You know what? I don't think I can do that.

Casey: Well, you'd better. Because if you don't, I'm gonna tell everyone who you are, Adam. Starting with Dad.

Bob: Kim, what happened?

Alison: She's gone into shock. Um, there's evidence of cyanosis, and her BP is 55/40.

Bob: What happened?

Alison: I don't know. She -- she could be hemorrhaging. Uh, how much of the thrombolytic did she receive?

Nurse: I gave her the last dosage when Dr. Buell was here.

Alison: Well, how much was that?

Nurse: 5,000 units, with an additional 1,000 per hour through her I.V.

Bob: There's nothing in the chart about increasing the medication. You know, if -- if she's hemorrhaging and we don't stop it, she could bleed out.

Alison: Well, that's not gonna happen.

Bob: Okay, we need levophed and labs, stat. How did this happen?

Alison: I don't know.

Bob: Well, who was in here?

Alison: Uh, you were.

Bob: What?

Alison: You were the last one in here. Don't you remember?

Damian: What I had to say to Lily was very simple.

Meg: I'm sure it was.

Damian: I didn't want there to be any misunderstanding this time.

Meg: So, um, what did you say to her?

Damian: I told her what this trip means to us, that it was a big step in our relationship.

Meg: I'm sure she was thrilled.

Damian: And that once we leave, there will be no turning back for us.

Meg: Do you really mean that? You know, I -- I like your answer, but, um, can I ask you to put that into words, just so there's no misunderstanding?

Damian: We're together now. I'm with you, Meg. No one else. Are you all packed?

Meg: I am.

Damian: Then our plane awaits.

Meg: There you go.

Lily: When did this --

Holden: Skaggs, listen to me. I know you don't believe me, but I can help you. I -- I know people.

Skaggs: So do I.

Holden: I have money. I can get you a good lawyer.

Skaggs: Sorry, Mr. Officer. I don't need a lawyer, not where I'm going.

[Tires screeching]

Skaggs: Son of a --

[Glass breaking]


On the next "As the World Turns" --

Alison: And I know what I saw.

Bob: I would never harm my wife.

Alison: I just got myself into a huge mess, and I don't know how I'm gonna get out of it without destroying Bob Hughes.

Lily: A truck went off the road near Shelbyville. They're saying it was Holdenís.

Lily: Oh, my God, Holden.

Emma: Has something happened to Holden?

Lily: No!

Damian: I can't let you do this. I canít. You can't go down there.

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