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As The World Turns Transcript Friday 10/30/09

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Provided By Eric

Lily: Stop it! Why do you keep doing this to me?

Damian: Lily, I can't help what I feel any more than you can.

Lily: Listen to me. Nobody is forcing me to get that annulment. It's what I want.

Damian: Why? What do you hope to accomplish, lily? You think erasing our marriage will end the connection between us?

Lily: I have to try to make things work with Holden.

Damian: Why? You love me. It's clear from the way you look at me, the way you connect to me.

Lily: I can't keep going back and forth with you, Damian!

Damian: I agree. You can't deny what you feel for me, so let Holden go, once and for all.

Trick-or-treat?

Maeve: How cute you guys are!

Why are you wearing a costume?

Maeve: I am? Well, I'll be. I guess I just love Halloween so much, I feel I have to get dressed up even though I'm well and truly grown.

Thank you!

Thanks!

Maeve: You're welcome. By, sweeties! Oh, how cute!

[Knock on door]

Maeve: Oh.

Lucinda: Oh! How appropriate.

Maeve: Well, you're a little older than most trick-or-treaters, but here you go.

Lucinda: And I'm not even wearing my wicked witch costume. However --

Maeve: Excuse me. Ma'am, this is my room.

Lucinda: I have a suggestion for trick that would really be a treat for all of us -- if you would leave town.

[Muffled screaming]

Henry: Teri? Who did this to you?

Teri: Dusty Donovan!

[Knock on door]

Ralph: Don't answer.

Dusty: Relax. It's the kids. Trick-or-treating. Did you forget it's Halloween?

Ralph: Yeah? Well, I've had other things on my mind.

Dusty: Try to relax. I've been doing Halloween for years. This is their favorite door.

Ralph: Well, yous better hurry up. I need to get the hell out of here.

Dusty: The car's gonna pick you up in the alley, back of the hotel.

Ralph: Where's the passport?

Dusty: Glove compartment.

Ralph: And how am I getting to Mexico?

Dusty: The plane's fueled and ready. Are you sure you're okay?

Ralph: Yeah, I'm okay. Only thing you got to worry about is that I can shoot straight. I'm gonna splash some water on my face.

Dusty: You have fresh towels on the right.

Ralph: I'm leaving the door open, and this gun's gonna be pointed straight at you.

Dusty: Whatever.

Ralph: Nice of you to be so cooperative, Donovan.

Dusty: Loaded gun's always a good incentive.

[Doorbell ringing]

Margo: Hey! I went by the hospital to see you, but they told me you'd been released.

Katie: I'm all better now.

Margo: You don't look better, honey.

Katie: Oh, I was just laying down. That's all. Can I call you later?

Margo: Why do that when I'm here now?

Katie: Wait! Don't touch that! Don't touch that!

Margo: All right, all right, all right.

Katie: Brad decorated this all for me.

Margo: Okay. All right. Why don't we just sit down?

Katie: I don't want to sit. I don't want to talk. Sorry, Margo. It's not you. I just don't want to be with anyone right now.

Margo: You're right, you're right. The only thing you need to concentrate on is getting stronger and taking care of your baby boy.

Katie: That's why I'd like to go back to bed.

Margo: You know, bob mentioned that your doctor had offered you a hospital bed, you know, so you could stay near your baby. Why don't you take him up on that?

Katie: I just want to be home.

Margo: Well, Katie, the baby's gonna be out of intensive care soon, and then you'll both be here together, but he'll get there faster if you're there to take care of him.

[Cellphone ringing]

Katie: It's okay. You're working. Margo, I'm fine. Don't worry about me.

Margo: No. I've got somebody covering for me. Right now I want to be here with you. Katie, why don't you want to go see your baby?

Dusty: Margo, it's dusty. I got Ralph Manzo with me. Get to the back alley of the Lakeview as fast as you can.

Ralph: Donovan, get out here where I can see you or I'm gonna come out shooting!

Dusty: I hope you get this message before this guy kills me.

Ralph: All right. I want you to turn around real slow and show me your hands. Did you call the cops? Did you? 'Cause if you did, I'm gonna pop you right now.

Dusty: I was making sure the car's on its way.

Ralph: You better not be messing with me.

Dusty: Why would I do that? That's not good for either one of us.

Ralph: When's the car get here?

Dusty: Ten minutes. He's gonna call again in five.

Ralph: Well, we're not waiting. We're going to the alleyway right now. We're gonna wait there.

Dusty: Well, that's kind of conspicuous, don't you think?

Ralph: Hey, who's running the show, Donovan, you or me?

Dusty: You. Definitely you, Ralph.

Trick-or-treat?

We're collecting for world children in need.

Dusty: Great cause. Let me see what I can do for you. [Laughs] First time, no cash. Let me write you a check.

Cool! I'm gonna raise more money than anybody!

Dusty: Attaboy. Give me a minute.

What did I tell you? People are nicer than you think.

Henry: Dusty? What happened?

Teri: My uncle Ralph came to visit.

Henry: Ralph was here? Why? What does that have to do with dusty?

Teri: Ralph was hurt. I guess when brad got shot, they got a piece of Ralph, too. I can't believe that I helped clean him up and I begged him to go to the hospital. If I had known he was gonna --

Henry: Wait, listen. Where was he going?

Teri: I asked him to go to the cops and turn himself in, but, of course, he laughed in my face.

Henry: Is that when he tied you up?

Teri: No. Dusty tied me up.

Henry: Why?

Teri: He's helping Ralph escape!

Henry: Why? Why is dusty helping Ralph? I don't understand.

Teri: I don't know. I don't know. Maybe it's because they did business together in Chicago.

Henry: Okay, okay, okay. Where are they going? Did he say how I could find Ralph?

Teri: Are you gonna go after him?

Henry: Yeah. I'm not gonna let him get away again. I'm gonna kill him with my own hands! Now, where did he go?

Teri: No offense to your hands, but I think that we should call the police and get them involved.

Henry: The cops, yes. They have guns. That's a very good idea, Teri. Very good idea.

Katie: I just saw the baby a few hours ago. I'm tired, Margo.

Margo: Well, then, why are you wearing yourself out here? They offered you a bed at the hospital.

Katie: The baby's fine! He's in the NICU being watched over constantly! He couldn't be in better hands!

Margo: Well, don't you want those hands to be yours? Come on. We'll get something to eat on the way. Come on.

Katie: No. I'm not hungry. I'll eat --

[Knock on door] Please, will you get that? I can't handle seeing anyone.

Margo: I'm sure it's probably just trick-or-treaters.

Kim: Hi.

Margo: Hi.

Kim: I thought maybe this would come in handy at some point. I don't think she's gonna want to be cooking very soon.

Margo: I don't think she really is up for anything.

Katie: It's okay. It's okay.

Kim: I'm so sorry.

Katie: Thank you for stopping by.

Margo: Thank you for bringing some food, because I don't think she's had anything to eat.

Katie: Yeah. Thank you. Just put it in the fridge. I'll probably be hungry later.

Kim: These are pretty decorations. So pretty.

Katie: Yeah. Brad put them up the night he -- he was gonna surprise me with a baby shower.

Kim: I'm on my way to the studio. I wanted you to know we're doing a special show on "Oakdale now" this afternoon. We're dedicating it to brad. Put together kind of a retrospective.

Katie: Oh, you are? He would love that.

Kim: Well, you know how much our audience adored him. We all did. Love you.

Maeve: So, you must be the mother-in-law?

[Lucinda groans]

Maeve: I've heard a thing or two about you, not all good.

Lucinda: I don't know what you've heard, but I can be a thousand times worse than advertised when someone crosses the line.

Maeve: Oh, and you think I've done that?

Lucinda: This mess, messing around, stealing my daughter's husband --

Maeve: Hey, hey. I didn't steal anybody. Lily's the one who practically tossed Holden out like a piece of trash. She's the one who couldn't wait to marry another man.

Lucinda: I don't need to hear you talk about my daughter.

Maeve: Obviously, you do.

Lucinda: I need to hear that you are going back to Tennessee.

Maeve: Kentucky. Get it right, lady.

Lucinda: Oh, right. Kentucky.

Maeve: Uh-huh.

Lucinda: Back to Kentucky.

Maeve: That's right.

Lucinda: Lily and Holden are back together again, which is as it should be.

Maeve: They're back together?

Lucinda: Yeah.

Maeve: And when did this happen?

Lucinda: They are reuniting, even as we speak, so why don't you get your sorry-with-the-fringe on the top and just get out of town unless you want a showdown that'll be more than you ever saw before.

Maeve: And what are you gonna do, ride me out on a rail?

Lucinda: [Laughs] No. I think, if you're as smart as I think you are, that won't be necessary. Ay-yi-yi. Oh.

Maeve: Damn. Wicked witch is right.

Lily: I never denied loving you, Damian. I never would have married you if I didn't.

Damian: Well, then, why do you keep trying working things out with Holden when he won't even meet you halfway?

Lily: Holden is my husband!

Damian: Not by law!

Lily: I don't care what the law says! I know what I feel!

Damian: The way you just kissed me proves what you feel.

Lily: It was an impulse. It was a reflex. When you touch me, I can't think of anything else.

Damian: Which should prove to you that we belong together, lily.

Lily: Damian, there's more to love than passion. There's history and shared memories and comfort and need. I need Holden.

Damian: Then why did you turn to me?

Lily: Because -- because I missed him so much. I wanted that loss, that grief, to be over. That's why I married you.

Damian: And because you loved me.

Lily: Whatever I felt for you, I never would have made that kind of commitment if I thought Holden was alive, and you can't deny that.

Damian: I still think we deserve a chance.

Lily: Damian, Holden is alive. He came home to me. I am never gonna love anyone the way that I loved him. I want that annulment.

Maeve: Holden. Hi. I heard you were back with lily. I was gonna leave you a note, but I didn't think you'd be back so soon.

Holden: How did you know I was --

Maeve: Lucinda. That's her name, right? Lily's mom?

Holden: Yeah, well, she was wrong.

Maeve: Okay. Well, um --

Holden: Did you say something about a note?

Maeve: You know what? You look like you could use a friend. Would you like some company?

Holden: I would.

Maeve: Okay.

Holden: Come on in. (Sounds of classroom)

Katie: Every time I look at that little baby, I just think of all the things that are never gonna happen. Brad's never gonna hold him. He's never gonna give him a bottle or play on the floor with him. My baby's never gonna know his dad!

Margo: Katie, he's got you, and you can tell him all about his father, everything about brad, every day, starting today.

Katie: No, I can't!

[Katie sobs]

Margo: Yes, you can. Yes, you can. You've got to, Katie, because you are a mom now, and that little baby needs you to show up, someone whose voice he recognizes to show up for him. Brad can't do that, but you can, and you've got to.

Katie: Okay.

Margo: Okay.

Katie: I'll go freshen up.

[Cellphone rings]

Margo: Hughes.

Henry: Margo! Thank god! I was going crazy trying to find you.

Margo: You know what, Henry? If this is a police matter, why don't you call the station, because I'm dealing with a family crisis right now, one that you created.

Henry: I know, I know, and I'll never forgive myself for it. If I'd not done that deal with Ralph, then brad would still be here.

Teri: Hurry, hurry! Tell her what happened before they escape!

Margo: Who is that?

Henry: It's Teri

Ciccone. Listen. Ralph Manzo was at metro earlier.

Teri: Tell her that dusty was with him, helping him escape.

Henry: Yeah, Teri

said that --

Margo: I know. I heard her. Why is dusty helping Manzo?

Henry: I'm not sure.

Margo: That was dusty who called earlier, left a message. I didn't pick it up.

Henry: Listen, you find dusty, you find Ralph, okay? Now, what can I do to help?

Margo: Nothing. Stay away. In fact, if I see you anywhere near there, I'll probably shoot you myself. Hi. Honey, baby, I'm sorry. I have a work emergency. I got to go.

Katie: Oh, okay. It's all right. Go ahead.

Margo: Will you go see your baby?

Katie: Sure.

[Door closes]

Kim: I'm Kim Hughes. I know you've probably heard about the tragic loss of our beloved brad Snyder. Please join us in the next half hour for a special tribute to brad, the celebration of our dear colleague and friend.

[Engine sputters]

Lily: Come on! Come on! [Sighs]

Damian: Lily, get out of the car.

Lily: I can't stay here with you, Damian. I can't. This is tearing me apart. I can't do it anymore. I can't.

Damian: I'm not trying to upset you, lily.

Lily: Then let me go. I just need to see Holden.

Damian: If that's what you want, then I'll drive you.

Lily: I don't need you to do that. I just need this stupid car to start!

Damian: Lily, you're in no condition to drive. Let me help.

Holden: I knew I was being set up when I went to the cabin.

Maeve: What happened?

Holden: I was supposed to be spending some time with my kids, but then I found out that lily was planning on meeting me there alone.

Maeve: Sounds romantic.

Holden: Yeah. I guess it was. But not for me.

Maeve: You two have a fight?

Holden: She didn't even know I was there. Before I even went in the door, I saw her, and she was draped all over Damian, so I left.

Maeve: I'm sorry, Holden.

Holden: No, it's okay. It's my own fault. I should have known better. There's really nothing left there. She's married to Damian, right? I mean, how much more proof do I need that it's over?

Maeve: Maybe I can help.

Holden: I doubt it.

Maeve: Don't be so sure.

Kim: Hello. I'm Kim Hughes, and I want to thank you for joining us today for our special tribute to brad Snyder. In the wake of his tragic death, we have found ourselves shedding many, many a tear, but eventually we realized that what we've really wanted to do was to celebrate the life of this wonderful boyish man, his terrific sense of humor, and his charm. So we've put together some of our favorite memories of brad, and we want to share them with you as we celebrate his life and his work when we return. Hi.

Katie: Hi.

Kim: I had no idea you were gonna come down.

Katie: I had to. I want to go on air to talk about brad.

Teri: Detective Hughes?

Margo: Yes? You are?

Teri: I'm Teri. I'm Janet Snyder's sister. I was with Henry when he called you. I've been watching the elevator, and I haven't seen dusty or my uncle come down, but I talked to the front desk, and --

Margo: Yeah, yeah. Teri, Teri, Teri, is it? You know, you need to stay away. Your uncle is armed and dangerous.

Teri: I know, I know. Believe me. Because he threatened me with his gun. It's awful, you know? I told everyone he was this great guy, and now he's done so much damage to so many people --

Margo: All right, all right. I get it. You feel guilty. I get it. But you know what? I can't -- that's not my problem. This is a police matter. You need to stay away. Drop the gun, Manzo! instantly recognizable.

Margo: Everyone stay down! Drop the gun, Manzo! Drop it or I drop you! Do it! Aah! Let her go, Manzo! Please!

Ralph: You keep the cuffs away from me or she dies!

Margo: Officer in need of assistance A.S.A.P. I'm in pursuit.

Teri: Get off of me!

Dusty: Here.

Teri: What the hell are you doing?

Katie: Hi. I'm Katie Snyder. Most of you know that I was married to brad. You even watched our wedding. It took place right here. So did those first episodes of "Oakdale now" where marrying brad was the last thing on earth I ever thought would happen. I hated him. You remember. I thought he was egotistical and arrogant, rude, crude -- you name it, and I told him, often, and every time I did, he would just smile and agree with me, and it drove me crazy! No matter how many times I told him to stay out of my life, he just wouldn't take a hint. Brad gave me everything I ever wanted, except that. He never left me until now. No, I'm okay. I'm okay. I want to tell you about the best gift that brad ever gave me -- our baby boy. It's hard to think about right now because our baby's finally here and brad's gone, and it's just wrong. It's wrong that he's not here, that he left me alone with a baby who has no name and no father. Brad should be here to help me raise our son, to teach him how to walk and talk and love. Brad knew how to do that better than anyone. He loved me so much!

Henry: Aah! Give it up, Ralph! You're not getting away this time!

Maeve: You don't understand. I have waited for this for so long, to be with you. I just want to savor every moment. What is it? What is it?

Holden: You're here -- you're here trying to make memories, and me, I'm just -- I'm just trying to forget.

Maeve: Lily. Well, I knew that. That's okay.

Holden: No, no, no. It's -- it's not okay. It's not okay for you.

Maeve: You know what I wish? I wish just this once you weren't such a nice guy.

Holden: Me too.

Maeve: Okay. So, we're gonna be friends, right? Just friends. Just friends. So, a friend would probably feed a friend if a friend were hungry, right?

Holden: Okay. I'll go down and get a couple of sandwiches, okay?

Maeve: You'd do that for me?

Holden: What are friends for?

Maeve: Right. What are friends for?

Holden: I'll be right back.

[Door closes]

[Knock on door]

Maeve: What did you --

Maeve: Can I help you?

Lily: Where's Holden?

Maeve: In the shower. Want me to get him for you?

Lily: No. I -- no.

Maeve: Look, if we knew you were coming, we would have straightened up a little bit. Look on the bright side.

Lily: Bright side?

Maeve: You don't have to feel guilty, now that you know Holden's moved on. Oh, honey, you can't blame him. You're married to another man. Doesn't Holden have a right to be happy, too?

Holden: Hey.

Lucinda: Holden, what are you doing here?

Holden: I guess you didn't get the memo. I live here now. Excuse me.

Lucinda: No, I'm not gonna excuse you. I'd like an explanation. Why aren't you at the cabin with lily?

Holden: I was at the cabin. And you know what? I'm glad I did go, because now I know that it is officially over.

Lucinda: Wait a -- what? What happened?

Holden: The end happened.

Dusty: I saved you.

Teri: I didn't want you to.

Dusty: You'd rather have Ralph drag you away?

Teri: I wanted to make up for what I did. I trusted him, and I convinced other people to trust him, too, and now somebody's dead because I couldn't see him for who he truly was, and you should have let me right that.

Dusty: If you left with Ralph, you'd be dead. I'm gonna get you some water before you pass out.

Teri: I'm not gonna pa-- I'm not gonna pass out! I'm f -- I'm feeling fine.

Henry: Let me go, Ralph! You might as well give it up! Somebody call the police!

Ralph: You better let go of me or I'll kill you!

Henry: Yeah? How you gonna do that, Ralph?

Ralph: With this, you punk! [Grunts]

Margo: Don't touch it if you want to live.

Henry: Like I said, Ralph, you're going down, and I'm gonna watch it all from this pool table. [Sighs]

Katie: Look at him. No matter what happened, he just pushed on, kept living life. He's just --

Kim: What? What?

Katie: I stopped when he did. I stopped living my life, pretending that the baby isn't here, not giving him a name, not taking down the decorations. I just thought maybe if I just stopped moving that time would go back and he -- I got to go.

Kim: Where are you going? What's the matter?

Katie: I'm gonna go to the hospital and hold my baby.

Holden: You've been pretty quiet since I came back. Something wrong?

Maeve: Remember how you used to talk to me about Eb, about how he wasn't a good guy and I should try to get away from him?

Holden: Yeah.

Maeve: Do you remember how you told me that I deserved a man who treated me better?

Holden: What's with all the questions?

Maeve: I kind of got up in your business, and it wasn't because of my feelings for you but more because of things you've been saying to me, like I'm a special person and I'm a good person.

Holden: What did you do?

Maeve: Lily came by.

Holden: When I was downstairs.

Maeve: Mm-hmm.

Holden: Does she know that I saw her with Damian?

Maeve: She didn't say, but I don't think so.

Holden: So, how exactly did you get in to my business?

Maeve: I was just looking out for you, I swear.

Holden: What did you say?

Maeve: It's more like I let her think that you and I had slept together. I couldn't help myself. She came to that door and she acted like she owned you.& I mean, what right does she have? She married another man! I saw the way she was looking, and I just let her think it.

Holden: It's okay. It's okay.

Maeve: It is?

Holden: Yeah. She's got her life. I've got mine.

Maeve: That's just what I told her. You know, I got to thinking, and I realized something.

Holden: Yeah? What's that?

Maeve: That sticking it to lily wasn't for me. It was more like a gift for you.

Holden: Is that right?

Maeve: You kept telling me that I deserve a man who puts me first. Well, I think you deserve at least that much from a woman, and obviously lily's not gonna do that for you.

Holden: Obviously.

Maeve: So, this is your chance. Make a clean break. You walk away from lily, and don't you ever look back.

Damian: Why don't you tell me what happened?

Lily: I don't think things are gonna work out with Holden.

Damian: I'm sorry.

Lily: No, you're not.

Damian: Do you think I enjoy seeing you hurt? I don't.

Lily: I don't know what to do. I have so many feelings left for Holden that won't go away. And I thought that he felt the same way. I thought he loved me.

Damian: Lily, he didn't come to the cabin. You were waiting for him. He knew that. You were there, and he didn't even show up. How many times are you gonna let him treat you this way?

Lily: I guess I was crazy to think that --

Damian: No, not crazy. Loyal, devoted, loving. I wish for your sake that he could see these things, but for my sake, I am happy that he's blind to all of these beautiful things that you are.

Lily: I guess it's safe to say he's getting on with his life.

Damian: That means you're free to get on with your life, as well, and say good-bye to Holden once and for all. |

Lily: It makes sense, doesn't it? Holden's cut me loose. I happen to have another husband at hand. Why the hell shouldn't I go for it?

Damian: Lily, you're getting upset.

Lily: I'm not upset, Damian. It's like you said, I'm free. I'm free of the man that I've loved for more than half my life. I'm free of the father of my children. I have a house. I have a bed. I have a wedding ring. What's stopping me?

Damian: You tell me, lily.

Lily: I'm not that woman.

Damian: What are you talking about?

Lily: Someone who feels so worthless without a man, any man. I went to Holden's room for a reason, Damian. I wanted to start our life again. And for me to end up here in your arms minutes later, I'm not that woman, and you shouldn't want to be married to that kind of woman either.

Damian: So what? You're going to sacrifice your pride? Keep chasing after a man who's made clear --

Lily: I'm not chasing anybody.

Damian: Then what will you do?

Lily: I'll be alone.

Damian: For how long?

Lily: I don't know. I have my children. I have work. I can focus on that. It should be enough.

Damian: If that's what you want.

Lily: I want my life back, okay? I want to wake up in the morning and make choices based on what I need, what I want, not whether or not somebody's in or out of love with me.

Damian: And while you're living this solitary life, what happens to us?

Lily: I think that we should go ahead with the annulment.

Damian: I think not.

Lily: You're gonna fight me on this, even now?

Damian: I refuse to stop hoping, lily. I refuse to give up on our life, on our love, and I think, in your heart of hearts, you don't want to give up either. So, please promise me, no annulment for now.

Lily: It just seems cruel to keep you in limbo like this.

Damian: No. It's all I'm asking.

Lily: All right. I'll hold off on the annulment.

Damian: Thank you. Good luck on your solitary. I'll be waiting.

[Door closes]

Holden: You didn't even touch your sandwich. Didn't you like it?

Maeve: I like you, Holden. I really do.

Holden: I like you, too, Maeve.

Maeve: Time for me to go.

Holden: Maybe you should check with the front desk, see if you can get your room back.

Maeve: Don't need it. I can't live this close to you and not be with you.

Holden: Wait a minute. I thought -- I thought we were gonna be friends.

Maeve: To you and to me, I can't just be your friend.

Holden: Yes, you can, Maeve. You can.

Maeve: No, I really can't. I know you and -- knowing you'll never love me back.

Holden: You sure you're gonna be all right?

Maeve: You need to quit worrying about me. You think I'm gonna take that stolen money and get in trouble with it, don't you?

Holden: Yeah, well, that thought did cross my mind.

Maeve: Well, I'm giving it back, all of it. It's from a bad time I just want to leave behind. But Eb stone did give me one thing, one good thing. He gave me you.

Holden: I can honestly say the same thing about you.

Maeve: You be happy, Holden Snyder. I'm gonna be.

[Door closes]

Dusty: Feeling better?

Teri: I would be if you admitted that you blew it.

Dusty: Maybe you're oxygen deprived.

Teri: You know, at least I tried to stop Ralph, but you just rolled over and let him escape.

Dusty: You didn't notice the gun he was waving around?

Teri: Yeah, he was waving it at me, too, but I tried to use my brain. I tried to convince him that I was on his side, and then I was gonna lead him to the police and turn him in, but you just went along with it to save your own skin!

Dusty: Save your skin. Why don't you take a breath?

Teri: Don't pretend like you care about me. Don't pretend like I matter. Nothing matters to you. Does it matter to you that brad's dead or that liberty doesn't have a dad anymore? Just as long as you're all right, right?

Dusty: You're a great judge of character. You really know how to size people up.

Teri: Just because I was wrong about my uncle doesn't mean that I'm wrong about --

Dusty: All right! All right! I'll leave you alone to take care of yourself. You know me, always looking out for number one.

Margo: If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you. Do you understand these rights as I have explained them?

Ralph: Yeah, I understand plenty.

Margo: Book him and process him. I'm right behind you.

You got it, lieutenant.

Margo: How's he doing?

So far, so good.

Margo: I'm gonna need a statement about what happened. Someone will be in touch.

Henry: Yeah. Margo, thanks for saving my life.

Margo: I get paid to do my job.

Do you know the date?

Henry: Yeah.

Mr. Coleman, we're trying to rule out a concussion here.

Henry: Yeah, right. I'm sorry. Yeah, it's 2009. The name's Henry Coleman. You know, this place makes a barely passable martini. I sure could use one right now. Ow, ow, ow, ow, ow.

How's your vision?

Henry: It's a little fuzzy.

Next week on "as the world turns" --

Henry: What else do you want me to do?

Katie: I told you, Henry, stay away from me!

Henry: I'm not talking to you! I'm talking to brad!

Damian: I'm busy.

Meg: Too busy to talk about a certain DNA test that got lost in the shuffle in Kentucky?

Craig: I love you.

Rosanna: I think I love you, too.

Carly: Am I too late?

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