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As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 3/23/10
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Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Emma
Janet: Ow! Oh, God! Oh, God, it hurts!
Jack: What hurts?! What is it, Janet?!
Janet: Oh, my God! What if it's the baby?! I'm cramping!
Dusty: Let's lay you down on the couch.
Jack: No, wait. It'd be better if we got her to the hospital.
Dusty: I'll take her to the hospital.
Jack: No, it makes more sense if I take her! She's still on my insurance!
Janet: Oh, my God.
Dusty: I'll pay the bill.
Carly: All right, cut it out, guys! Dusty, get her to the couch! Get her feet up! Jack, would you get a blanket? I'll call the doctor.
Jack: No, it's better if we take her to the hospital.
Carly: Will you just help Janet and shut up!
Craig: Johnny -- have you been playing around daddy's desk? We both know you're not supposed to do that. But it's okay. If you did, you can tell me. You see, the last couple of days, there's been some papers missing. And some files have been in the wrong place. And these are very, very important files, and they're secret. You understand?
Johnny: I didn't go near your desk.
Craig: You sure?
Johnny: Am I in trouble?
Craig: No. But I might be.
Henry: Let's go straight to the dining room.
Vienna: No, no, no. I don't care if she's here, okay? Let's have a drink here just like we planned.
Henry: No, let's let -- why cause a scene, Vienna?
Vienna: No, I promise, I will be polite. Now that you and I are back together, I can afford to be generous to my former enemy, okay? Well, hello, Barbara. How are you?
Barbara: Hello. I couldn't be better, Vienna.
Vienna: Well, you know, we didn't really get a chance to bury the hatchet last time. But, um, we're all friends here, aren't we?
Barbara: Are we?
Vienna: Yes, yes, we are. So Henry and I -- we insist that you join us for a drink.
Both: I don't think so.
Clerk: Mr. Montgomery, how can I help you?
Craig: Who's been doing the housekeeping in my room lately?
Clerk: I believe it's the same maid as always, Sir. Why do you ask?
Craig: Because someone's been going through my things and moving them around.
Clerk: I'll look into it. But I can't imagine why anyone would do that.
Craig: I can.
Henry: Barbara doesn't want to have a drink with us. She's busy.
Vienna: She doesn't look busy. She looks sad and pathetic and all alone.
Barbara: I wouldn't dream of intruding on your date.
Vienna: And we wouldn't think of letting you sit here all depressed and alone. We have time to keep you company, don't we, Henry?
Barbara: Uh, well, you know, as a matter of fact, I am waiting for someone, as well. I have a date, too.
Barbara: Uh -- well, there he is right now. Hello, handsome.
Carly: Thank you for coming to the house, Dr. Morgan.
Jack: Uh, she started cramping up.
Dusty: She doubled over with pain. It's over now.
Jack: I -- I said we should go to the hospital.
Carly: Okay, guys, just chill out. Do you need some privacy so you can examine Janet?
Dr. Morgan: Uh, yes, please. Can everyone but her husband leave?
Jack: Yeah, that would be me. You heard her. Get out.
Dusty: No way in hell. Janet's my fiancée. I want to hear what the doctor has to say.
Carly: And you will. But the doctor can't say anything until she examines Janet. You okay to walk?
Janet: The cramps stopped.
Carly: Well, maybe we should take her upstairs. It's a lot calmer up there.
Jack: I'll give you a hand.
Dusty: I'll carry her up.
Jack: No, I got it, Donovan.
Carly: Gentlemen, please. Thank you very much. We can handle this ourselves.
Janet: Thank you.
Jack: I want to know what's going on.
Dusty: So do I.
Carly: Sit! Stay.
Barbara: You are right on time.
Craig: I am?
Barbara: You are, and I am so glad to have a little time alone with you.
Craig: Are you feeling okay?
Barbara: I am feeling just fine. You know, Carly and I talked, and she told me all about your involvement with Monte Carlo again.
Craig: Really? What did she tell you?
Barbara: She told me that you have found an investor to back the entire project. How did you manage that?
Craig: Barbara, what are you up to?
Barbara: Oh, I just want to know about your investor. I mean, who is this Santa Claus?
Craig: That's confidential.
Barbara: Oh, come on, Craig. You can tell me. We were married. We were in business. You can trust me.
Craig: Why would I want to do that?
Vienna: Barbara is seeing Craig? When -- when did that start?
Henry: I don't know, but I don't like it.
Vienna: Well, there is no accounting for taste, his or hers. You know what? I've got an idea.
Henry: Oh, yeah? What's that?
Vienna: Let's go somewhere else for dinner, somewhere dignified where someone important and a generous philanthropist like you should be seen, hmm?
Henry: I've got a better idea. Let's go to the room and order in.
Vienna: Yes, let’s. Do you think we're ready for that?
Henry: Oh, I -- I think we're more than ready.
Janet: You want me to get into that bed? Your bed?
Carly: It's clean. Come on. Get off your feet.
Janet: Where's the doctor?
Carly: [Sighs] She's in the hall on the phone. Another emergency.
Janet: Well, good. Just as long as she has time to examine me before she has to take off.
Carly: I would tackle her if she tried. So, are you all set here? Are you -- you need anything?
Janet: Just the doctor.
Janet: Oh, Carly, thank you for this. I appreciate it.
Janet: Oh, Carly, one more favor.
Janet: Could you talk to Dusty for me? Make sure he knows that everything's going to be okay?
Carly: Do you think he would listen to me?
Janet: Well, when Jennifer died, it started out as nothing, but it turned into a huge infection.
Carly: Yeah, right -- I -- I know. I remember that.
Janet: So I think he's a little more scared than he's letting on.
Carly: Are you more worried about him than you are about Jack?
Janet: Jack has you.
Carly: I'll get the doctor.
Dusty: I'd feel better if we were dealing with Janet's regular doctor.
Jack: Regular doctor wasn't available. We would have been sitting in the waiting room for hours.
Dusty: We know nothing about this woman. Is she any good?
Jack: Carly and I know her. She's fantastic, and she was willing to make a house call.
Dusty: Is that a qualification?
Jack: What is wrong with you? How's Janet?
Dusty: What did the doctor say?
Carly: The doctor's still examining her, but Janet hasn't had any more cramps.
Jack: That's good.
Carly: Yeah. Try not to worry. You know, this doesn't necessarily mean there's anything wrong with the pregnancy.
Dusty: Well, thank you, but I'd like to hear all the medical stuff from the doctor, Janet's doctor.
Jack: Hey, Carly's had a couple of babies. She has experience.
Carly: Just stop it, okay? I know that you're both upset, but really, you're just making things worse. We'll find out what's going on, and -- and we'll go from there.
Dr. Morgan: Uh, I've got to run. Another emergency.
Jack: What's going on with Janet?
Dr. Morgan: Uh, without bleeding or fever, cramping is normal. But to be safe, Janet should stay in bed.
Dusty: For how long, Doc?
Dr. Morgan: About a day or two. And try to reduce stress.
Carly: Thank you. Did you hear that? Reduce stress. Think you can manage that?
Dusty: Yeah. I'm going to take her back to my place.
Jack: What are you talking about? You just heard the doctor. Janet's in bed. She can't go anywhere. She's going to have to stay here.
Carly: You want Janet to stay here?
Jack: She's got to stay off her feet for a couple of days. You heard what the doctor said.
Carly: The doctor didn't say that she couldn't leave.
Jack: She didn't say that she could.
Carly: But Dusty doesn't want her to stay here. He wants to bring her back to his place with him. Right, Dusty?
Dusty: I agree with Jack. It's not a good idea to move her right now. If that's okay.
Carly: Sure. Anything for the baby.
Dusty: I'm sorry I was rude to you before. I know you were just trying to help.
Carly: Don't worry about it.
Dusty: I'm going up to see Janet.
Jack: I'm really sorry about this.
Carly: Well, I told you that I was going to stick by you through all of this baby stuff, and I am.
Jack: This -- nobody could have seen this coming.
Carly: It is what it is. Janet is in my bed. Carrying your baby. Cuddling with Dusty. Wearing my bathrobe. Just one big, happy family.
Jack: You sure you can handle all of this?
Carly: Do I have a choice?
Janet: I don't want to stay here.
Dusty: You heard the doctor.
Janet: I got Carly running up and down the stairs doing errands for me. It's a nightmare.
Dusty: It will be over before you know it.
Janet: Oh, come on. I'm in Jack and Carly's bed. Do you not think this is a little bit awkward for me? And all because I overreacted to a stupid cramp.
Dusty: The doctor didn't think you overreacted.
Janet: She's just being protective, safe.
Dusty: That's okay. Let's keep it that way.
Janet: No, it's fine. There's nothing to worry about.
Dusty: You heard the doctor. You got to stay here.
Janet: Well, we don't have to take her advice so literally, do we? Hey, she just said she wanted me off my feet. I can go home, get into my own bed, and I won't move an inch, I promise.
Dusty: No? You can't be too careful with you and the baby.
Janet: Oh, okay. Now you're making me feel better. Keep talking.
Dusty: Well, soon, we'll be in our own house.
Dusty: I'll take care of you and the baby and Liberty.
Janet: Aww. See, now that's my favorite part, the way you're talking about the baby as if it's your own.
Dusty: As far as I'm concerned, it is. Nothing's going to change that.
Jack: Once the baby is born, he or she will be a part of the family, and it'll all seem normal. Hey. I'll make it up to you.
Carly: Oh yes, you will. I'll make sure of that.
Dusty: [Clears throat] Janet's asking for something hot to drink. I'll make her some tea if that's okay?
Carly: Yeah, sure. Help yourself.
Jack: [Clears throat] You might want to rethink the tea thing.
Carly: Yeah, why?
Jack: Well -- because Janet likes hot chocolate when she's anxious. I know how she likes it. I'll make it.
Carly: Why don't you let Dusty make the hot chocolate?
Dusty: Chocolate has caffeine. It's bad for the baby.
Carly: Yes, actually, you have a point there.
Jack: It's mostly milk. It's just a little bit of chocolate. What's with the caffeine?
Carly: Okay, not that anyone is going to be listening to me, but I'm going to go to the market. I'm going to get some groceries and some decaffeinated hot chocolate. If you're going to fight, do it quietly. Janet is supposed to be resting.
Dusty: What's the big deal? Why don't you let me make her some tea?
Jack: Well, this isn't your house.
Vienna: You ordered champagne and oysters? Just like when we first met. Do you remember, Henry? We lived on nothing but sex and that taste.
Vienna: Does that mean that we're going to --
Henry: Yes! I am ready if you are.
Vienna: Yes, let's go.
Vienna: Let's go.
Henry: Yes, let's go. But, um --
Henry: You know, I want to make sure those oysters are fresh.
Vienna: I'm sure they're fine.
Henry: Yeah, but I don't want our first time back to be blighted by food poisoning, Sweetheart.
Vienna: Aw, you are so conscientious. My hero.
Henry: Mm, you go. I'll be right there.
Vienna: Okay. Just don't be long. I'll hold the elevator.
Henry: Okay. [Sighs]
Craig: Your sudden interest in Monte Carlo surprises me, given that you can't stand me.
Barbara: Oh, Craig, we're in the same business. It's just shop talk.
Craig: About my investor.
Barbara: Why are you being so secretive?
Craig: You know me, Barbara. You know how much I hate being toyed with.
Barbara: Oh, Craig, we're just having a little friendly conversation. There's no reason to be so suspicious of me.
Henry: I need a word with you. Uh, Craig, do you mind?
Craig: Well, as much as I hate to break this up, Barbara, it's been enlightening.
Barbara: For me as well. I'll see you soon.
Henry: What in the hell are you doing with him?!
Barbara: I'm renewing an old friendship.
Henry: Renewing an old friendship? The guy married you, stole your money, and then left when you were burned nearly to a crisp.
Barbara: These things can happen in a relationship.
Henry: Barbara, if you are rebounding with Craig because Vienna is back, please don’t. It is a bad idea.
Barbara: You know what, Henry? I am living my life as we discussed. It's not always about you.
Henry: Well then, who is it about?
Vienna: Henry, you are a naughty boy for keeping me waiting. Are you trying to make me more hungry for you?
Barbara: Don't let the poor thing starve to death, Henry.
Henry: Coming, Liebchen.
Vienna: Let's go.
Henry: Wait, wait, wait. Uh, what about the oysters?
Vienna: Who needs oysters?
Henry: I'm sorry.
Vienna: What happened? What -- what's the matter? Don't you love me anymore?
Henry: Yeah, yeah. Of course I do.
Vienna: Then why can't you make love to me?
Henry: I don't know. The mind is willing, but the flesh is limp.
Craig: The papers weren't gone, but they weren't where I left them. And no, I'm not being paranoid. Somebody has been moving these. And then out of the blue, Barbara Ryan comes to me like we're best friends, and she starts needling me about Monte Carlo, wanting to know all about our investors. Do you think she's setting me up? Could this be industrial sabotage?
Ellis: Well, I don't know. I -- if she's coming to you out of the blue and cozying up to you and asking you all sorts of questions, the feds --
Craig: The feds?! What -- you -- you think she could know that I'm using Parker's trust fund, that she's setting me up? You really think she's working with the FBI?
Ellis: Craig, I don't know. I don't know her. Is it possible?
Craig: Anything's possible with her. But if it were just me, I could find a way to just skate under the radar. But Carly's an officer in this company, too. I mean -- if word would get out that I were -- using Parker's trust fund, she could be indicted, too. And no, I'm not going to tell her anything. I'll fix this before she finds anything out.
[Knock on door]
Craig: Carly! What -- what are you -- what are you doing here?
Carly: I just thought we'd -- what are you so nervous about?
Craig: Nothing. I'm not -- I'm not nervous.
Carly: Craig, what are you hiding?
Ellis: It's her neck, too.
Craig: Good night, Ellis. [Sighs, laughs]
Carly: What's going on?
Craig: No -- nothing.
Carly: Obviously it's something. You're bouncing off the walls, Craig, and nothing rattles you.
Craig: Okay, you might as well know. I think I'm being stalked. Someone's been coming in here and moving things around -- business papers, personal items, photographs -- things like that.
Carly: Oh, housekeeping.
Craig: Oh, that's what I assumed at first, but then I -- I had this really strange encounter with Barbara Ryan. What did you tell her about our finances?
Carly: Well, not much. I just ran into her in the hallway once. Why? What are you worried about her finding out?
Craig: I'm not worried about --
Craig: Why are you here, anyway?
Carly: I'm hiding. Janet started cramping in my living room.
Craig: Is she -- is she all right? Is the baby?
Carly: Yes, she's fine. The doctor said she has to stay put for a couple of days.
Craig: You mean stay put at your house? [Laughs]
Craig: Oh, to be a fly on that wall.
Carly: Oh, well, you're not going anywhere near those walls until she's gone. There's enough testosterone flying around with Jack and -- and Dusty trading pot shots at each other.
Craig: Oh, that would be a lot more fun if the two guys were fighting over you instead of Mrs. Snyder.
Carly: Shut up, Craig.
Craig: Hey, you came to me, Darling, not the other way around.
Carly: Yeah, I didn't come for a visit. I came to work, to escape that house for a couple of hours.
Craig: [Clears throat] Uh, actually, I, uh -- I want to ask you something. Are you really sure you want to go all the way through with this?
Carly: Monte Carlo?
Carly: Yeah, of co -- how could you even ask me that question?
Craig: Carly, you -- you have a lot on your plate. I'm just wondering if starting a whole new company from the ground up is something you want to invest yourself into. You might want to think about scaling back.
Carly: No. No, I definitely do not. This is exactly what I need right now, Craig, especially now.
Dusty: You done with that?
Dusty: You want something else? Like a tea, maybe?
Janet: So you and Jack can fight over it again? No, thank you.
Jack: Janet, I want to take your temperature, just to -- just to make sure you don't have a fever.
Janet: I don't, I swear.
Dusty: How are you going to get an accurate reading? She's just finished a hot chocolate.
Jack: Well, perhaps her hot chocolate cooled off by the time she finished it. Am I right?
Janet: I guess.
Dusty: Fine. You want her temperature? Allow me. She doesn't have a fever.
Janet: I really don't, Jack.
Jack: Humor me. I'm still your husband.
Dusty: If you hadn't messed up our flight to the Dominican Republic, he wouldn't be your husband anymore.
Jack: If you two had actually gotten to Santo Domingo and this happened, she'd be there without her doctors.
Jack: If you hadn't been so selfish and gone there for a quickie divorce, Janet's pregnancy wouldn't be in jeopardy right now.
Janet: What?! My pregnancy is in jeopardy?! The doctor said everything was okay!
Dusty: Now look what you did.
Barbara: I may have made Henry jealous, but he still went home with her. And why not? Vienna's in full bloom, and I'm -- I'm -- [Dreaming] Hey, hey! A little decorum here, all right?
Henry: Hello, Barbara. Let me show you to your seat.
Barbara: What did you say?
Henry: Park it right there.
Henry: There you go.
Vienna: So, do you want to hear the specials?
Barbara: No, I want to hear the specials.
Vienna: Why? You always have the same thing.
Barbara: I want to hear the specials.
Vienna: Okay. Meat loaf, roast chicken, penne with marinara, chicken pot pie, turkey with dressing. What can I get you? What can I get you?
Barbara: I'll have the usual.
Vienna: No surprise there.
Barbara: Ah. Where is my glass of water?!
Vienna: I hate it when she does that.
Henry: I'll take care of the old bat. You know, it's really my fault. In a moment of weakness, I let her think that I actually had some feelings for her again.
Henry: Isn't that ridiculous when I have you, my beautiful, young darling? Mm.
Henry: There you go.
Barbara: Thanks, kid. [Gasps] Oh, no, no, no! I am not ready to throw the towel in yet. [Sighs]
Vienna: We've made love thousands of times before in thousands of places. What was different this time?
Henry: I -- I don't know, Sweetheart. Maybe, uh -- maybe the new noble, philanthropic Henry has, uh, lower sex drive than the good old gambling ne'er-do-well, diner-owning Henry. [Chuckles]
Vienna: How can that be? Don't you find me attractive anymore?
Henry: Oh, Honey -- you're dazzling. You're not to blame here. I am.
Vienna: Okay, well, then, don't feel bad. I'm sure it could happen to anyone.
Henry: Yeah, that's -- that's what I've heard.
Vienna: Although I have to admit, it has never happened to anyone I've been with before.
Henry: So I'm the first.
Vienna: Okay. There's -- there's nothing to be ashamed off. Uh, I'm sure since this is a malfunction that will only happen one time, I have the perfect solution.
Henry: We -- we keep on dating for a few more days?
Vienna: No. Let's do a new game. We can be vampires. I can sit on the dressing table, combing my hair, and you can come up from behind and --
Henry: Yeah, not -- not today.
Vienna: Oh, come on! Let's try.
Henry: It's not going to happen, Sweetie. Trust me. A man knows.
Vienna: Okay. Tell me the truth. Is there someone else?
Carly: I love this.
Craig: Yeah, that's a beautiful design.
Carly: No, I love all of it -- designing, marketing, manufacturing.
Craig: You've done it all before.
Carly: Not on this scale. I'm so glad you found that backer.
Craig: Yeah, him. Uh, he, uh -- he is a challenge. That's why I need to know that you believe this is all worth it.
Carly: Of course it's worth it. Work is the only thing keeping me sane. I am starting to worry about you, though, and this stalker situation and Barbara.
Craig: Don't give it a second thought.
Carly: It's not like you to freak out because Barbara's acting weird. You usually brush stuff like that off.
Craig: And I shall continue to do so. So, go home to your commune --
Craig: And take it easy, please.
Carly: I will. I'm not the one with the stalker.
Craig: I can handle Barbara. I've done it before. I can do it again.
Barbara: Uh, excuse me. Hi. I returned a dress earlier.
Salesgirl: Yes. Ms. Ryan, is there a problem?
Barbara: Well, I changed my mind. I'd like to have it back.
Salesgirl: I don't know if we still have it.
Barbara: Oh, you have to. You have to have it. It was a gift. It -- it's important to me.
Salesgirl: What made you bring it back in the first place?
Barbara: Well, I -- I thought that maybe it was a little too young and sexy for me.
Salesgirl: What's wrong with that?
Barbara: Well, nothing, except I don't want to look like I'm trying too hard. And you know -- I don't know, maybe I won't even wear it. Maybe it'll just kind of be in my closet, but it'll be a reminder. It's not here, is it?
Salesgirl: Cash or charge?
Henry: There is, uh -- there is no woman who has meant to me what you mean to me, Vienna.
Vienna: Then what's the problem? I want my nonstop Henry back.
Henry: May -- maybe that's -- maybe that's the problem. I -- I'm afraid of disappointing you again.
Vienna: No, you've never disappointed me before when it comes to sex. In fact, you have always been inspirational.
Henry: And then you walk out on me. And -- and I'm not saying you were wrong to do that, because the fact is you weren’t. I mean, all the lies and the gambling and the cross-dressing and --
Vienna: But you've changed.
Henry: Not as much as you might think. I -- I'm still going to make mistakes. And then you could walk right out that door again. And that scares me, and I -- and that's why I can't perform. I got -- got a little stage fright.
Vienna: How can I frighten you? I love you, Henry.
Henry: I -- I love you, too, Baby. I love you, too. I just, uh -- I just need a little space, that's all.
Vienna: A little space? I mean, I've been gone for months. How much time do you need? How much distance?
Henry: I'm -- I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Vienna: No, you're not as sorry as I am. I am sorry I ever came back to you. Real sorry.
Henry: Vienna --
Barbara: Henry? Is everything okay?
Henry: [Chuckles] I am finished, Barbara. I'm -- I'm a broken man. Not even a man. I -- I just need to be alone right now. Wow. You look, uh -- wow.
Barbara: Thank you. But I, um -- I see you're upset, so I won't bother you.
[Knock on door]
[Knock on door]
Barbara: Hi. I thought you want to be alone.
Henry: I did. That's the dress I got you, isn't it?
Barbara: Mm-hmm. I forgot I even had it on. Thank you again.
Henry: Thank you for wearing it. You look, um -- wow.
Barbara: So you said.
Henry: Did I? I -- I didn't realize the words actually came out of my mouth.
Barbara: They did, and they were much appreciated.
Henry: Well, that's, uh, all I wanted to say.
Carly: Hello. Jack upstairs with Janet?
Dusty: Yeah. I got to say, you seem pretty calm about all this.
Carly: Do I? I must have a better poker face than I thought.
Dusty: I know it's not good for you and Jack to have Janet here. I'll get her out as soon as I can.
Carly: I'm not worried about that. Jack and I are stronger than ever.
Janet: Yep. Still normal, right?
Jack: Don't go picking on me for being an overprotective father, okay?
Janet: Oh, I kind of like it. It's how I always dreamed you would be if we had adopted Liberty's baby.
Jack: Its crazy how things work out, isn't it?
Janet: I know. Here we are, divorced. I'm pregnant. Liberty has leukemia.
Jack: And you're engaged to Dusty Donovan.
Janet: Why do you two always go at each other like that?
Jack: Well, he's acting like you're already married.
Janet: Well, we are engaged.
Jack: He's not the father of this baby, and someone needs to keep reminding him of that.
Janet: Well, that's not going to help.
Jack: Who says?
Jack: Forget it. I'll let you get some rest.
Janet: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Hold -- hold on. I'm not done yet. I'm sorry that I went to Santo Domingo without talking to you first.
Jack: Why did you?
Janet: Everything's been so messy. I just wanted to clean it all up, get it over with.
Jack: I know. I don't blame you wanting to forget the marriage ever happened and move on with your life.
Janet: That is not what I meant at all. I think it's good that we broke up. We weren't happy. You and Carly and me and Dusty -- it's better for all of us.
Janet: But I will never, ever regret being married to you. And a part of me will always love you.
Jack: And a part of me will always love you, too.
Barbara: What are we doing?
Henry: I don't know, but I sure like what we just did.
Barbara: Want to do it again?
Henry: Why is that?
Barbara: Why are you asking?
Henry: The woman that -- that's supposed to be the love of my life has taken me back. I should be doing this with her.
Barbara: And you aren't?
Henry: I'm holding back from her. I'm hurting her. [Sighs]
Barbara: Well, then, Henry, maybe it's time for you to consider that you and Vienna aren't meant to be together anymore.
Henry: I'm wondering that myself.
[Cell phone ringing]
Henry: [Sighs] Vienna?
Vienna: Oh, Henry, I am so sorry. I never should have run out on you like that.
Henry: Please don't apologize to me.
Vienna: You needed time and I shouldn't have rushed you. Can we -- can we talk about this, please? You mean too much to me for us to leave things like this.
Henry: Sure. Are you downstairs?
Vienna: I'm at Al's.
Henry: Fine. I'll be right there.
Barbara: I get it. Go to her.
Henry: You're an amazing woman, Barbara.
Barbara: Yes, I am. Damn it.
[Cell phone rings]
Craig: Barbara, is this a bad time?
Craig: Don't sound so surprised. I was hoping that you enjoyed our strange little encounter tonight as much as I did and that you might like to do it again.
Craig: Absolutely. How about lunch?
Barbara: Oh, hell, why not? Let's have lunch.
Barbara: Let me know where and when.
Craig: I'll give you a call.
Barbara: Good night, Craig.
Craig: See you soon. Gotcha.
Carly: Rice and crackers for morning sickness. Uh, Dusty sent up the tea.
Janet: Thank you.
Carly: I have some soup downstairs if you're hungry.
Janet: No, thank you. I hate having to put you out like this.
Carly: Don't be silly.
Jack: We having a tea party?
Carly: I was just leaving.
Jack: Anything I can get you?
Janet: Yes. A divorce, as soon as possible.
Jack: You got it.
Jack: Carly, I didn't know you were there. Listen, Janet and I, we were just saying --
Carly: I heard what you said.
Jack: Carly, I know --
Carly: I went to see Craig.
Carly: To get out of here mostly. To talk about business.
Jack: And you're telling me this now to what, make me jealous?
Carly: I'm telling you this because there's nothing for you to be jealous of. There's nothing going on between Craig and me. But you and Janet -- you're having a baby. And I guess that's becoming a lot more difficult than I thought it would be. And I -- I'm so glad that this baby could help save Liberty's life. I'm glad that it's okay and that -- that Janet's going to be okay, too. But, Jack, when is it going to be our turn? She's in our bed -- our bed. And when she's gone, I don't want you thinking about her when you --
Jack: Carly, I don't just love you in our bed. I haven't just made love to you in our bed. Take a look around. We have kissed and macked out and gotten naked on practically every visible surface in this room. It is our turn, and we're together through whatever happens.
Jack: Oh, and ever.
On the next "As the World Turns" --
Janet: I am going to get on the next plane to Minnesota.
Carly: I'm going with you.
Liberty: So I need your help.
Dusty: You going to arrest me?
Barbara: You have always been such an attractive man.
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