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As The World Turns Transcript Friday 12/4/09

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Lily: Hey. You're back. How's Noah?

Luke: I can't tell. The therapist at the clinic says that he's doing really well. He's working really hard. He has a positive attitude.

Lily: Well, that's encouraging.

Luke: Yeah, I guess so.

Lily: But?

Luke: But -- I don't know. When I went to visit, he was so depressed. It's like I remind him of everything that he's lost.

Lily: Well, he hasn't lost you, and you're showing him that being here for him. That's what's most important.

Luke: Yeah, I guess so. I just wonder if he'll want to move back here. I mean, if he gets depressed when I come and visit, why is he gonna want to live with me full time?

Lily: 'Cause he loves you.

Luke: Yeah. I wish I was sure of that.

Lily: Look, Noah has a lot to deal with right now, but once things settle down, he'll remember that you are the most important thing in his life.

Luke: I hope so.

Lily: In the meantime, I think you should get a room ready for him for when he gets out of the clinic, but not the guest room. Damian's staying in there.

Luke: Uh, this might not be any of my business, but, um -- you and Damian, are you happy together? I mean, do you love him?

Lily: Yes, I do.

Luke: Well, then, why is he sleeping in the guest room?

Meg: Hi.

Damian: Hey. More clothes.

Meg: And a few things for Eliza. I promise I won't take up all your drawers.

Damian: No worries.

Meg: What's that for?

Damian: Oh, I thought we should celebrate you moving in.

Meg: Really?

Damian: You sound surprised.

Meg: Well, I'm still not sure how you feel about me, because at the end of the day, you still go back to Lily.

Damian: I've told you, it's just for a little while longer.

Meg: I'm already here, so, uh, what are you waiting for?

Damian: The right time.

Meg: And when will that be?

Damian: Just as soon as I possibly can.

Molly: So, I talked to Meg before I left the house this morning.

Holden: Did you get anywhere?

Molly: Not really. She was too busy packing. You didn't know? She's moving to the Lakeview.

Holden: Why would she do that?

Molly: To live with Damian.

Holden: What?

Molly: Yeah.

Holden: That's impossible. Damian's married to Lily. They're living together. Plus, Damian was furious with Meg when she snuck in and attacked him.

Molly: Meg attacked Damian?

Holden: Lily said that she walked in to her bedroom and found Meg ripping off his shirt.

Molly: Okay, that sounds a little bizarre.

Holden: I don't think Lily would lie about something like that.

Molly: Maybe it's not Lily.

Holden: You think Damian's lying?

Molly: Look, I'm the last one to say a woman wouldn't go off the deep end if a man she loves is with someone else, but it's really easy to fool yourself into thinking you're what he wants, especially if that's what he keeps telling you.

Holden: So Damian's lying to Meg?

Molly: Or she's misreading what he says.

Holden: All right. Either way, the last thing she needs right now is to chase after a married man.

Molly: Yeah, that doesn't usually end very well.

Holden: This guy has hurt her one too many times, and I don't want to see it happen again.

Molly: All right. I'll talk to Meg. Maybe I can figure out who's lying to who.

Teri: Oh, I'm sorry. We're not open yet.

Glen: Are you the owner?

Teri: No, I'm the chef. I'm Teri Ciccone.

Glen: Hey, Glen Fields. I've heard you're good.

Teri: Well, if you come back later, I'll show you that you're right.

Glen: Oh, I like your confidence. Any chance I can get some of that coffee?

Teri: We're not open yet. Sorry.

Glen: How about dinner, then?

Teri: Yeah, we'll be open later.

Glen: No. I mean how about I buy it for you? Yes, I'm asking you out.

Teri: Wow. Um -- you move really fast.

Glen: Well, I feel like we have a connection.

Teri: I'm sorry. I just meet -- like, go on dates with guys I just met.

Dusty: Sorry I'm late.

Glen: Hey, no problem. Glad you could meet me.

Teri: You guys know each other?

Dusty: Yeah. What are you doing in Oakdale?

Glen: Looking in to a business deal. Can we, uh, talk in private?

Dusty: Okay if we stay here?

Teri: Yeah.

Glen: Let me know if you change your mind about dinner.

Teri: I wonít.

[ Cell phone rings ]

Glen: Uh, give me a minute?

Dusty: Mm-hmm.

Teri: How do you know that guy?

Dusty: We've done some business. Why?

Teri: You think I should go out with him? I'm asking for your opinion.

Dusty: I don't have one. And why would you care if I did?

Craig: Did you get my message?

Janet: What I'd like to know is why you called me in the first place.

Craig: I thought you'd want to know where your husband was.

Janet: Why do you care?

Craig: I thought we were friends.

Janet: My marriage is none of your business.

Craig: Okay, okay. Sorry. Did you go over there?

Janet: No!

Craig: Why not?

Janet: What'd I just tell you?

Craig: Jack belongs here with you.

Janet: That is up to him, not you.

Craig: You're his wife. You have to fight for him.

Janet: Would you stop it, Craig?

Craig: What's the matter?

Janet: I'd like you to leave now.

Craig: Don't you want to save your marriage?

Janet: Oh, come on. You don't give a damn about me or my marriage. You want something, Craig, so why don't you just tell me what it is?

Carly: You don't have to do this, Jack.

Jack: I know, but the kids love my pancakes, and I thought I could earn my keep.

Carly: I already told you, you could stay.

Jack: I know that, Carly. You want to help me, uh, set the table? Things aren't at all where they used to be.

Carly: I know. Yeah, tell me about it. I can't find anything since I've been back.

Jack: Well, what happened?

Carly: Teri happened.

Jack: Oh, that's right. I forgot she was running this place for a while.

Carly: She should have left me a map.

Jack: It's just like old times, isn't it?

Carly: No. No, it's not. This is not like old times. I just got out of rehab. You're married to somebody else.

Jack: Carly, I didn't mean to suggest anything by it. What I meant is that it's nice to have something to do. Waking up with no job, with nowhere to go -- I just feel useless.

Carly: Well, you should think about going back to work. Margo will take you back.

Jack: I'm not so sure.

Carly: Well, ask her.

Jack: I guess I'm not ready.

Carly: I know the feeling.

Jack: What are you talking about? You got the kids.

Carly: Yeah, well, they don't need me all the time anymore. Really, they're a lot more independent now than they were when I left.

Jack: Why won't you look in to going back to work?

Carly: I'd love to. I don't think a bar is where I should be spending the majority of my time.

Jack: Probably not.

Carly: You know, actually, I'm thinking about selling.

Jack: Seriously? Henry's on board with that?

Carly: It's in our contract that I can sell. He'll get his money out if we make a profit.

Jack: And that's what you want?

Carly: I don't think I have much of a choice.

Jack: You just put so much work into that place, Carly.

Carly: Yeah, it was good for me then. I don't think it's very good for me now.

Jack: Have you looked in to a buyer?

Carly: Yeah. Yeah, you know, I think I have one. It's a gentleman from Cleveland. I'm gonna meet him at Metro later, discuss it.

Jack: Good. Good luck.

Carly: Do you think you could come with me?

Jack: Why would you want me at a business meeting?

Carly: Well, you have something better to do?

Jack: No, but I wouldn't want to intrude.

Carly: You wouldn't be intruding. You could help me.

Jack: With what?

Carly: I just don't have as much faith in myself as I used to have, and you have very good instincts about people. You know, I'd like your take on this buyer.

Jack: Yeah, well, my instincts aren't all that great right now.

Carly: I still trust you more than anyone I know.

Jack: Well, when you put it that way.

Janet: Hey, hey. I did everything I could to make Jack happy and it didn't work, so you're gonna have to find somebody else to do your dirty work for you.

Craig: This isn't for me, Janet.

Janet: Oh, right.

Craig: I chose Rosanna. She's with me now.

Janet: And is she aware of your concerns over Carly's new living arrangement?

Craig: The only concern I have is for the affect it has on my fiancťe, which it does, more than it should. All right, fine, which is something I haven't been able to change.

Janet: Well, then, you're just gonna have to live with it, just like I did.

Craig: There's still something you can do about this, Janet.

Janet: Hey, read my lips, Craig? All right, I did everything I could. Now it's up to Jack. If he doesn't want to come back here, I'm not gonna force him to.

Craig: Is he aware that option's still available to him?

Janet: Don't let the door hit you on the way out.

Craig: What if he doesn't come back? Have you thought about that?

Janet: Let me tell you a little something about me. I didn't need a man to make me happy before and I sure as hell don't need one to make me happy now. Buh-bye.

Dusty: If I were you, I'd keep my distance.

Teri: Well, good thing you're not me, 'cause maybe he's my type.

Dusty: Well, maybe you two should run away together to some deserted island.

Teri: Yeah, but you'd miss me.

Dusty: No. I'm not the jealous type.

Teri: I'm sorry. You think I'm trying to make you jealous?

Dusty: Are you?

Janet: Uh, hi. Am I interrupting anything here, guys?

Teri: No, not at all.

Glen: Sorry that call took so long. Can we talk now?

Dusty: Now we got to get out of here.

Glen: Hope to, uh, see you again.

Janet: Who's that guy?

Teri: It's just somebody. I don't know. What are you doing here?

Janet: Um, I need a job.

Teri: What about the diner?

Janet: A second job. I need to make some extra money for Liberty's college fund, so I was hoping that Henry might need a waitress here.

Teri: Well, he's not around, but you can talk to Carly.

Janet: I'd rather starve.

Meg: So, one more trip back to the farm ought to do it. Do you want to come?

Damian: Uh, I don't think that's a good idea.

Meg: What? Are you afraid to be seen with me?

Damian: No. I just think you and I need to keep a low profile around your family, at least for now.

Meg: I guess. Are you gonna be here when I get back?

Damian: Of course. I want to give you a proper welcome to your new home.

Meg: I like the sounds of that. Well, cancel all your plans. We have a lot of celebrating to do.

Damian: I'll be here.

Meg: Thank you. I'll see you soon.

Luke: You know what? I'm sorry. It is none of my business where you guys are sleeping.

Lily: No, Luke, you're an adult. You live in this house. You have a right to know what's going on.

Luke: Well, it's not just me. Faith and Natalie have mentioned it, too.

Lily: They have?

Luke: Yeah, but, Mom, its okay. We all just want to make sure that you're happy.

Lily: Thank you. It means a lot to me.

Luke: So, are you?

Lily: It's complicated, Luke.

Luke: Not in this family.

Lily: Tell me about it. Damian and I want the same things. We want to be together. We want to keep the family together. We want to be good parents to all of you, and that includes Noah, if he should decide to come back here after the clinic.

Luke: You're forgetting something.

Lily: I love Damian, otherwise I never would have married him, and I know that he loves me, too, but --

Luke: But it's complicated.

Lily: You know, in some ways, it feels like we picked up right where we left off, but in other ways, it's like we're just starting out, and we want to make sure that we get it right, so we've decided to take it slow.

Luke: Are you sure this isn't because you're feeling guilty about Dad?

Lily: Why would I feel guilty about him?

Luke: Because that was your bedroom. You know, the one the two of you shared.

[Lily sighs]

[Door opens]

Damian: Hi.

Lily: Hey, you're back. Luke was just telling me how well Noah's doing at the clinic.

Damian: That's good to hear. So, the visit went well?

Luke: Yeah. We, um, just decided to take things slow.

Meg: Hey. I thought you and Holden went out.

Molly: We did, but then Holden had some stuff he had to take care of around here. I hope I'm not in your way.

Meg: Not at all.

Molly: I really appreciate you letting me stay here.

Meg: Well, the more, the merrier.

Molly: I just guess I can't understand why you'd rather live in a hotel than here with your own family.

Meg: I'm gonna be with the man I love.

Molly: What about Eliza?

Meg: What about her?

Molly: Won't she miss being around other people all day?

Meg: Eliza will see plenty of people at the Lakeview.

Molly: I know, but not family, though.

Meg: I'm not gonna keep Eliza from her family.

Molly: Good. I'm glad to hear that, because that makes a big difference.

Meg: I would never do anything to hurt my daughter, Molly.

Molly: I know you wouldnít. I'm just saying --

Meg: What are you saying, exactly?

Molly: Okay. Woman to woman. I've had three different affairs with married men and all of them ended the exact same way, even this last one with Silas Whitman. He promised me that he was gonna leave his wife. He swore up and down that we were gonna be together forever.

Meg: I have some more packing to do.

Molly: Meg, he didn't leave his wife. Married men never leave their wives, no matter what they promise you.

Meg: It's different for me and Damian.

Molly: I thought the same thing every single time. It's amazing how good we are at lying to ourselves.

Meg: Well, I'm sure I would have regrets if I were you, too. Lucky for me, I'm not.

Janet: You know, I mean I could really use the job right now, and I think it would be fun for us to work together. There's no way I could possibly face Carly right now.

Teri: Ooh, I wouldn't turn around then.

Jack: I'm here to help Carly with a business deal.

Janet: Right, because of your vast deal-making experience.

Jack: It's the truth, Honey.

Janet: Why you staying there, huh? You helping her with her sleeping decisions, too?

Jack: No, I'm staying there for the kids.

Janet: Oh, my gosh. You left me, Jack. That was hard enough. Don't make this any worse by lying to me.

Jack: No, Janet.

Janet: It was bad enough that I had to hear about it from Craig.

Jack: He told you?

Janet: At least somebody thought I should know.

Jack: No, I wanted to tell you myself.

Janet: What? Did you lose my number?

Jack: Please, don't be like this.

Janet: You walked out on me, Jack. You don't get to tell me how to be. Ja --

[Jack sighs]

Carly: Go.

Jack: I'm sorry.

Carly: No, don't be. This is really not what it looks like.

Teri: I just work here.

Dusty: What do you want to talk about?

Glen: You used to own Metro, right?

Dusty: A long time ago, yeah.

Glen: What do you think of it?

Dusty: Good. Decent income.

Glen: Yeah? What about now?

Dusty: Still is, from what I hear. Why are you asking?

Glen: I'm thinking about buying it.

Dusty: Since you met that chef?

Glen: I'm impulsive, but not that impulsive. No. I heard the principal owner was looking to sell it, so I thought I'd check it out. I should get back. I got to meet the owner.

Dusty: Good luck.

Glen: Why don't you come?

Dusty: For what?

Glen: You could tell her what a terrific guy I am.

Dusty: You want me to lie?

Glen: Absolutely. And make sure little Teri is there when you do.

Holden: Is Meg home?

Molly: Yeah, she's up in her room.

Holden: How'd it go?

Molly: Not very well. I tried to share with her all the times that I messed up my life chasing after married men.

Holden: What did she say?

Molly: Oh, her response was something along the lines of, "I'm not you."

Holden: Oh. Sorry about that.

Molly: No, that's okay. I'm used to it.

Holden: But she didn't deny being involved with Damian.

Molly: No. Actually, she seemed pretty sure things are gonna work out the way she wants.

Holden: Hi.

Meg: Hey. Mama isn't back with Eliza yet?

Holden: I guess not.

Meg: Okay. Then I'm gonna run out and buy a new dress.

Holden: Oh. What's the occasion?

Meg: I've got a date.

Holden: With Damian?

Meg: Who else?

Holden: Meg!

[Door closes]

Molly: Wow. She couldn't get out of here fast enough.

Holden: Maybe she doesn't want to hear it.

Molly: Not from us. That's for sure.

Holden: I just can't believe that she would be that far removed from reality.

Molly: So, if Meg's not crazy, that means somebody must be lying.

Holden: And I think I know exactly who that is.

Damian: And this is from our I.T. department. Once you install this on your computer and Noah's, it will read your messages out loud to him and it will translate what he says into a text message to you.

Luke: Oh, thank you, Damian. This is awesome! I don't know what to say.

Damian: You're welcome.

Luke: I'm gonna go install it right now.

Lily: That was very thoughtful of you.

Damian: Yeah, well, I hope it will give them a chance to communicate with each other while they're apart.

Lily: Maybe it'll keep him from asking me uncomfortable questions.

Damian: What are you talking about?

Lily: While you were gone, he asked me why we're sleeping in separate bedrooms.

Damian: Oh. What did you tell him?

Lily: I told him that it's something that we discussed and that we decided to take it slow, and I guess he's just wondering how committed we really are to each other.

Damian: I wonder why he would have any doubts about that.

Lily: Considering the way it happened, I can't blame him.

Damian: Does that bother you?

Lily: No, not at all, because I know how much you mean to me, how much our marriage means to both of us, and I'm sure that he will realize that soon.

Damian: You know, maybe we shouldn't wait. Maybe we should do something to prove it to him.

Lily: Like what?

Damian: Let's renew our vows.

Lily: Are you serious?

Damian: Yeah. I think it will be good for us, and for the kids and for anyone who doubts that our relationship is real.

Lily: Like Meg.

Damian: Well, we both know she's having a hard time accepting that we're together.

Lily: You think this would force her to do that?

Damian: I don't know. I just think that renewing our vows would be something I'd love to do for ourselves.

Lily: Okay, let's do it.

Damian: Really? All right. How about this afternoon?

Lily: So soon?

Damian: Unless you're not ready, 'cause I don't want to rush you into anything you're not ready for.

Lily: Damian, I am ready to be your wife in every way.

Damian: You don't know how happy you make me.

Luke: So, the software's installing, and I called an administrator at the clinic who's gonna install it on Noah's computer.

Lily: Oh, that's great. Are you busy later today?

Luke: Hmm -- I don't think I have any plans. Why?

Lily: Damian and I are going to renew our wedding vows.

Luke: What? Is this because what we talked about earlier?

Damian: No, no, no. This is something that we would like to do for ourselves, for the family.

Luke: Well, what about Faith? Isn't she staying at her friend's house tonight?

Lily: Well, I'll call her and see if she wants to come home.

Luke: What if she says no? I mean, she's not exactly Damian's biggest fan.

Lily: Luke has a point.

Damian: You know, no one is going to force Faith to do anything she doesn't want to, okay?

Lily: Well, hopefully I'll be able to convince her to come home.

Damian: Good. And just leave everything else to me.

Carly: I guess you should know that, um, I'm here this morning to meet a potential buyer.

Teri: For Metro? Why?

Carly: Well, as you know I'm a recovering alcoholic, you know, and I don't think a bar is the right place for me to be spending my time.

Teri: Yeah, but it's also a restaurant.

Carly: But it's also a bar.

Teri: Well, what about Henry?

Carly: He can't afford to buy me out.

Teri: So, who is it? Is it somebody local?

Dusty: This is Carly.

Carly: Hi. Are you Glen?

Glen: Yeah. Pleased to meet you. Um, I've heard a lot of great things about you from Dusty. I hope you don't mind that he's here.

Carly: No. No, not at all. Hello. Um, why don't you let me show you around the place?

Glen: Sure.

Teri: You knew he was gonna buy the place and you didn't think you should tell me? Are you trying to set me up?

Jack: Hey, hey. Wait.

Janet: Why?

Jack: Stop, please, because I want to talk to you.

Janet: I shouldn't have made that scene. I was trying so hard to keep it together, and I just blew it!

Jack: No, you didnít.

Janet: I just keep seeing you and Carly together.

Jack: No, we are not together. Janet, I slept on her couch.

Janet: Why?

Jack: That's it.

Janet: All the other couches in Oakdale were taken?

Jack: No, I did it for Parker. It had nothing to do with Carly.

Janet: Oh, please, Jack. Ever since I met you, everything you do has to do with Carly.

Jack: No, not this. Not -- we decided that we were gonna take some time to get back on track, weren't we?

Janet: Yeah, yeah. We did decide that, but how are we supposed to do that when you're with Carly?

Jack: I am not with Carly!

Janet: You went straight to her house! You slept there, and then you show up to work with her today! It took you one day, one day, to forget about our marriage!

Jack: No, I didn't forget about our marriage! I want to work on it together!

Janet: Don't -- don't say that!

Jack: No, I do. I love you. I love you, and I want to work on getting back together, Honey.

Janet: Then come home, Jack. Now!

Glen: This place is great. You were right. It can be a real money maker. I've heard that you had a hand in designing the kitchen?

Teri: That's right.

Glen: It's great, first class.

Teri: Thanks.

Glen: It's too bad I'll be shutting it down.

Teri: Why? The restaurant's making money.

Glen: Not enough.

Teri: We just opened.

Glen: I know, but I'd like to focus on core businesses. Nothing personal.

Teri: Nothing to do with me?

Carly: So, what do you think?

Glen: I think I'm buying a bar.

Carly: Good. Oh, fine. Okay. Uh, my lawyer is Tom Hughes. He will be handling the sale.

Glen: Okay, then.

Carly: Okay.

Glen: Don't worry. I'm sure we'll find a way to use your talents. Good to see you, man.

Carly: Hey, I'm really sorry about this.

Teri: Isn't there anyone else you can find to sell to?

Carly: Oh, Teri, no. He's the highest bidder. Look, I know the work that you put in to this place, and I thank you so much for it. You've more than proven yourself, Sweetheart, and I know that you'll be able to do it again at another restaurant. I'm so sorry.

Dusty: She's right. You'll land another job.

Teri: Not like this. This is never, ever gonna happen again.

Lily: No, it's all right, Faith. You can stay if you want. Thank you, Sweetie. We'll be thinking of you, too. Now have fun, and we'll see you when you get back. She'd rather not come home tonight.

Damian: You know, we could wait.

Lily: No. I think that would make it worse. I'm sorry that she doesn't want to be here with us, but I don't think that should stop us.

Damian: Well, then, good.

Lily: I want to get a new dress, and I want to get some flowers for the house.

Luke: And a cake. You guys didn't even get to cut yours at your wedding.

Damian: Luciano's right. We can't renew our vows without a proper wedding cake.

Lily: Do you think they'd be able to make one in just a few hours?

Damian: I'll call right now.

Luke: What can I do?

Lily: Uh, call the family.

Luke: Okay. And I will try out that new software and tell Noah.

Lily: Thank you for suggesting this.

Damian: I just want you to be happy.

Lily: I am.

Damian: Now go and find the perfect dress. Yeah, hi. Um, I'd like a cake, a wedding cake. I need it for today. Is that possible? Great, great. I'd like it to have flowers made of frosting. That's possible, as well. That's fantastic. Now -- now, I'd like that to be delivered at the Snyder farm. That's correct. The Snyder farm out in Lutherís Corner.

Teri: This was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for me.

Dusty: Maybe Glen will change his mind once he samples your food.

Teri: Yeah, I don't think that Glen is so interested in my cooking.

Dusty: You never know.

Teri: You know, you said yourself that he's a player. You saw the look on his face when he said he was gonna close the kitchen. It's like it was payback for me blowing him off.

Dusty: Well, that's a lot of money just for payback.

Teri: Yeah, guys do that, I guess.

Dusty: He's a businessman. If he thinks you can make money for him --

Teri: Not as much as he makes on bar food that's loaded with salt. It's gonna make his customers thirsty and drinking more of his watered-down booze. I love this place. And I know that it's just a business deal to him and Carly, but to me right now, this is my whole life.

Dusty: Hey.

Teri: Just please donít. Will you please just go?

Jack: I can't come home. Not yet.

[Janet sighs]

Janet: Because you don't want to.

Jack: No, it's not that simple.

Janet: Well, it is for me.

Jack: Simon's back.

Janet: The guy that Carly ran off with?

Jack: Parker saw him. He's terrified. He thinks that's Simonís back to take Carly away again.

Janet: So, why doesn't Carly just tell him she's not going?

Jack: Oh, she did tell him that once. And then she left. I promised I would stay there to make sure that didn't happen.

Janet: Isn't this guy wanted by Interpol or something?

Jack: Yes. I asked Carly to help me find him.

Janet: Is that what you guys were doing this whole time, you were looking for him?

Jack: For Katie. She's alone. I thought maybe Simon could help her.

Janet: And so you are -- you were sleeping over at Carly's for Carly.

Jack: No, for the kids, so they would have some sense of security. Janet, that's all.

Janet: Jack, I have never, ever asked you not to worry about your kids. I just want you to worry about me for once.

Jack: I do. I do worry about you.

Janet: When?

Jack: I do all the time. I love you.

Carly: What the hell's wrong with you?

Craig: Nice to see you, too. What did I do now?

Carly: Why would you tell Janet that Jack is staying with me? Did you just want to cause problems?

Craig: I didn't know it was a secret.

Carly: Oh, don't give me that. You couldn't wait to run over there and tell her.

Craig: I did not run over there. I phoned and left a message.

Carly: Oh, you're impossible!

Craig: You know, she is his wife. She has a right to know where her husband is.

Carly: How is that any of your business?

Craig: She's my friend.

Carly: Ha! Wrong! You haven't got any friends! Was this just about sticking it to Jack?

Craig: I don't care what Jack does.

Carly: No, you're just messing with me, then. Is that it?

Craig: No, no. I don't care what you do, either.

Carly: You shouldnít. You dumped me, Craig, and now you're gonna marry my sister.

Craig: I am.

Carly: Then why can't you stay out of my life?

Holden: I've been looking for you.

Damian: I thought you were done interfering in Lily's life.

Holden: This isn't about Lily. It's about Meg.

Damian: I broke things off with Meg a long time ago. You know that, Holden.

Holden: She seems to think that you two are gonna be living together.

Damian: She told you that?

Holden: Not just me.

Damian: I don't know why she would say that.

Holden: So, this idea, it didn't come from you?

Damian: No, it did not.

Holden: And you haven't been leading her on in any way whatsoever?

Damian: Look, I am happy with my life. I'm in love with my wife. I wouldn't do anything to jeopardize that.

Holden: So, why does she think that you two are gonna be together?

Damian: I don't know.

Holden: I just need to know the truth.

Damian: Then I'm sorry, Holden, but everything she told you is a lie.

Meg: Excuse me. Hi. I bought this fabulous, sexy lingerie, and I need a hot little dress to show it off.

Clerk: Getting ready for somebody special?

Meg: You have no idea, and tonight we're moving in together, starting a whole new life.

Lily: Excuse me. I think this one will be perfect. I'm gonna wear it when I renew my wedding vows.

Meg: What are you talking about?

Lily: I guess Luke didn't call you. Damian and I are renewing our wedding vows this afternoon.

Meg: That's impossible.

Lily: I hope you'll come and celebrate with us.

Meg: Damian agreed to this?

Lily: It was his idea.

Meg: You're lying.

Lily: No, I'm not.

Meg: Damian loves me. We are moving in together tonight!

Lily: Get a grip, Meg.

Meg: I am telling you the truth, Lily! He was just waiting for the right time to tell you!

Lily: You know what? I am going to say this once, for your own good. You need professional help.

Meg: I don't need advice from you!

Lily: What you need is to face the truth. Damian doesn't love you. He's not moving in. You are not going to be together.

Meg: Shut up!

Lily: We are renewing our marriage vows. He's moving in to my house, with me, as my husband.

Meg: You're lying!

Holden: I just don't know if I should believe you.

Damian: I have no reason to lie to you, Holden.

Holden: No reason that I'm aware of.

Damian: Fine. Suit yourself. Don't believe me. Call Lily. She'll tell you. Meg is deluding herself.

Holden: Look, whatever you and Lily decide to do is your business, but Meg is my sister, and I'm not gonna stand by and let you ruin her life.

Damian: All right. You want to look out for your sister? Get her some professional help before it's too late.

Teri: Oh, thank God you're here.

Dusty: That's a first.

Teri: I just talked to Tom. They closed the deal, and he wants me to give the owner the keys. I think you should do the honors, 'cause I don't want to see Glen's face when he fires me.

Dusty: Wait a second.

Teri: What?

Dusty: Tom asked you to give these keys to the new owner?

Teri: Yeah.

Dusty: Well, you just did, and I'm not firing you.

Teri: What are you talking about?

Dusty: Glen got outbid by me.

Teri: You bought Metro?

Dusty: That's right, which makes me your new boss.

Teri: Why did you do this?

Dusty: I like the restaurant business.

Teri: You did this for me, didn't you?

Dusty: Don't flatter yourself.

Teri: I wonít.

Dusty: I expect you to make me a lot of money.

Teri: I will. Don't worry, boss.

Dusty: Stop thinking this is about you.

Teri: Sure thing, boss.

Dusty: And stop calling me boss.

Jack: I swear, I never stopped loving you. And it kills me to think of the pain I caused you.

Janet: I know you're in pain, too.

Jack: I just want to go back to that day, that moment, when I used to be a good husband, and a good brother, a good cop.

Janet: You're still all those things, Jack. You just have to believe it.

Jack: Will you wait until I can?

Janet: As long as I know you love me, I'll wait forever.

Jack: I do. Do you forgive me?

Janet: But I'm not the only one who has to forgive you, Jack. You have to forgive yourself, too.

Jack: God. I wish I could. I wish I could. I wish I knew how.

Janet: You'll get there, and when you do, I'll be here.

Craig: I'm just trying to help Janet get her husband back.

Carly: She hasn't lost him.

Craig: Not the way she sees it.

Carly: All right, that's enough. This is not about helping Janet.

Craig: Yes, it is.

Carly: All you did was stick the knife in a little deeper.

Craig: Not the way I see it.

Carly: You want to know how I see it? You claim to be in love with Rosanna.

Craig: I am.

Carly: And for some reason you just can't stand the thought of me with Jack.

Craig: Again, I don't care what you do.

Carly: Then why just -- why can't you keep your nose out of it? You've got Rosanna. Isn't that enough for you? Why can't you leave me alone?

Craig: I don't know.

Carly: Well, you damn well better figure it out!

Craig: Well, what if I can't?

Carly: What are you talking about?

Craig: What if I can't let you go?

Carly: Wha --

Next week on "As the World Turns" --

Holden: Oh, my God. Meg, what did you do?

Carly: Craig just kissed me, and I let him.

Emily: I told you, it's a sign of genius.

Paul: It's a sign that he has an agenda.

Barbara: "J.S."?

Brad: You get a friend, and for a while, you zoom in to their body.

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