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As The World Turns Transcript Thursday 3/25/10

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Lily: Your transfer went through. You can start Oakdale High on Monday.

Faith: No way.

Lily: What do you mean?

Faith: I'm not ready to go back to school.

Lily: Faith, you've already missed a good portion of this semester. Plus, all your friends must be so excited to see you.

Faith: What friends?

Lily: Come on, Faith.

Faith: I'm serious. All they do is rag on me for going to private school. It's just gonna get worse.

Lily: You'll make some new friends.

Faith: Okay, 'cause it's that easy.

Lily: Why don't we go shopping? We'll get you something new to wear for your first day. Thatíll make you feel better.

Faith: No, it won't.

Lily: I'm trying here, Faith. Work with me.

Faith: I don't want to go shopping. But if you're going out, can you drop me off at the farm? I want to hang out with Dad.

Lily: Sure, if that's what you want.

Holden: So, how you holding up?

Luke: I got bad days, and then I have worse days.

Holden: Well, I've seen a lot of breakups in my day, but this one with you and Noah, pretty shocking.

Luke: Yeah. It surprised me, too. I guess it shouldn't have. I mean, it's been headed this way since his accident.

Holden: Something like that -- changes everything, doesn't it?

Luke: Yeah. You'd know, wouldn't you?

[Holden laughs]

Holden: You guys -- you might find your way back. Youíve been together a long time. That's a bond that's very hard to break.

Luke: Yeah. I never thought that bond would break, but I think it would be possible to be in a relationship if Noah's gonna be blind for the rest of his life.

Holden: Maybe he won't be.

Luke: You want to know what's ironic? This might be our one shot, Noah getting his sight back, and it all depends on a doctor who hates my guts.

Bob: Dr. Oliver, you care to join me?

Reid: No, thanks. I'm just picking up a bagel to eat on my way to work.

Bob: You're allowed to sit down and have breakfast.

Reid: Yeah, maybe when I'm 600 years old like you.

Bob: Well, I'm a little younger than I look. I've been going over your plans for the new wing. They're very ambitious.

Reid: Well, you said you wanted it done right.

Bob: I do. But Henry Coleman's donation is not gonna be enough.

Reid: Guess you'll be writing a personal check then. You want the best neurological center in the country, you got to pay for it.

Bob: Money's not there.

Reid: Find it then. It'll a nice challenge for you.

Bob: In the meantime, I found some things I think we can postpone.

Reid: What things?

Bob: I've marked them. 

Reid: Are you kidding me?

Bob: Unfortunately, no.

Reid: Forget it then. There's no point in building it.

Katie: So, I want to focus this segment on vaccines -- which ones a baby needs to get, which ones they don't really need and when to get them.

Chris: That's a lot of material.

Katie: Well, we'll keep it basic. We'll let the people go to the website if they want more information.

Chris: Okay. 

Katie: Okay, so I'll see you at the studio. Good-bye.

Chris: Yeah, yeah, okay. See you -- see you later.

[Chris sighs]

Alison: Is everything all right?

Chris: Hmm? What?

Alison: You look upset.

Chris: No. No, just terrified.

Alison: Of?

Chris: Just of going on TV and making a complete fool of myself.

Katie: Hey. What's wrong? You look more miserable than usual.

Reid: Bob just told me he doesn't have enough money to fully fund my ideas for the neurology wing.

Katie: You're kidding.

Reid: No. He showed me the revised plans. He's gutting everything that would have made it special.

Katie: Okay. Well, we could do a fundraiser on my show.

Reid: No, we'd never raise enough money. I need millions of dollars for this facility.

Katie: Know anyone with that kind of money?

Reid: Actually, I do.

Molly: Faith, hi. Your dad's not here.

Faith: That's okay. I actually came to see you. I was wondering if you could do me a huge favor.

Holden: Lily, hey.

Lily: Hey. I brought Faith over. She wants to spend some time with you. Hers. She ran out of the car so fast, I didn't even get to say good-bye.

Holden: Everything okay?

Molly:  You want to go shopping with me?

Faith: I have to get something new for Oakdale High, and you always look cool.

Molly: Sure. I'd love to take you shopping.

Lily: Faith, I thought you said you didn't want any new clothes.

Faith: I didn't say that. I just didn't want to go with you.

Holden: Faith --

Faith: What? You're always telling me to be honest.

Lily: Fine. Congratulations. You got what you wanted.

Molly: You think I set this up? Lily, I had no idea you wanted to take Faith shopping.

Lily: I'm her mother. Of course I wanted to go with her.

Molly: Well, so, then go. I'm not trying to come between the two of you.

Faith: She's telling the truth, Mom. I asked her to go with me.

Holden: Why?

Faith: Because it's really not cool going to the mall with your mom.

Holden: Faith, if your mom wants to take you shopping, then you should go with her.

Faith: I like the way Molly dresses better.

Lily: Faith, I wasn't gonna tell you what to buy. I just wanted to spend some time with you.

Molly: You should go shopping with your mom. I'm busy anyway.

Faith: You weren't a minute ago.

Molly: I am now.

Faith: Fine. Whatever.

[Door closes]

Molly: You're welcome. Holden --

Holden: I know, I know.

Alison: Chris, this is pediatrics 101. I'm sure you have this down cold.

Chris: Well, it's not the pediatrics I'm worried about. It's just -- it's being on TV and not knowing what to do, you know?

Alison: Everyone knows what to do on TV. You talk.

Chris: Oh.

Alison: Chris, come on. You've seen these experts pontificating thousands of times. Just be yourself.

Chris: Well, see, I tried that. I mean, I have all the statistics and the facts inside my head. But as soon as I start talking about it, I just, I don't know, I come across a little too --

Alison: Scary?

Chris: I was gonna say intense. Intense. I don't even realize I'm doing it until I'm looking at the person I'm talking to, and they're like --


Alison: Yeah, that is bad.

Chris: Yeah, it's bad.

Alison: Well, maybe you could have someone standing by, you know, to signal you when you go overboard.

Chris: Would you?

Alison: Me?

Chris: Yes. Yes, you. You know me. And when you see me starting to wig out and I'm really getting into it, you can just like give me that signal, pull me back a little bit.

Alison: No, no, I canít.

Chris: Why?

Alison: Well, for starters, your mother runs the studio.

Chris: So what?

Alison: So I already have enough problems with your family, Chris. I mean, I can't come waltzing into the studio with you while Caseyís out of town. It's just -- I'm sorry. I canít.

Reid: I'm glad I found you.

Luke: Why?

Reid: No reason. So, how's it going?

Luke: How's what going?

Reid: You know, life.

Luke: Seriously?

Reid: Yeah. How's the boyfriend?

Luke: He's an ex boyfriend. And I think you'd know better than I would. You see him every day.

Reid: Oh, yeah, right. Yeah, he's good, in case you were wondering.

Luke: What is wrong with you?

Reid: Nothing. I'm just being friendly.

Luke: Why? You don't do friendly.

Reid: There's no reason why we can't get along.

Luke: Seriously? The world's greatest doctor and Richie Rich?

Reid: Yeah, sorry about that. Don't listen -- I was just being --

Luke: What, friendly?

Reid: Yeah, right.

Luke: Well, you can stop, because it really doesn't suit you. You obviously want something, so why don't you just ask me, I'll say no, and then you can go back to being yourself.

Alison: The attending gave Mr. Peterson the news, and he's pretending to be okay, but obviously he's not. And his daughter's flying in from California, but in the meantime, we just need to spend as much time with him as possible. Thanks.

Bob: I heard about Mr. Peterson. I was gonna ask you to keep an eye on him.

Alison: We will, Sir.

Bob: I can see that.

Alison: Is there anything I can do for you?

Bob: I suppose you've heard that Mrs. Reynolds, the head floor nurse, is retiring?

Alison: Yes, she told us. Have you found a replacement?

Bob: I have. You.

Alison: Are you kidding me? I'm one of the most junior nurses on the staff.

Bob: Well, we go by skill, not by seniority.

Alison: There's just so many other nurses who have more experience than I do.

Bob: Of course that's very important, but so is compassion, leadership and the ability to keep your head in a crisis.

Alison: And you think I have that?

Bob: I do, or I wouldn't be asking.

Alison: [Chuckles] I don't know. I mean, I'm incredibly flattered, and this means so much to me, I mean, especially coming from you.

Bob: Well, for one thing, personal concerns can't interfere with professional judgment and decisions. I think you've earned this promotion, and I think you can do a great job.

Alison: I don't know how to thank you.

Bob: Well, say yes.

[Alison chuckles]

Katie: Okay, we are going to do a run through, and then we'll do it again for tape.

Chris: Sounds good.

Katie: Nervous?

Chris: No, not at all.

Katie: Good. Just be yourself.

Chris: Yeah. No problem.

Katie: Ready? Okay. Here we go. I'm here with Dr. Chris Hughes, our new medical expert, and we are going to be talking about immunization. Doctor, now, there is a lot of controversy surrounding the decision whether to immunize your children.

Chris: And that is insane. People, please, immunize your child. I know there's a lot of people out there telling you otherwise, but they're only trying to frighten you, or maybe they have an agenda. They're trying to sell you some phony cure. But please, listen to your doctor.

Katie: Okay, let's stop right there.

Chris: Not good?

Katie: It was okay. It was a little --

Chris: Intense?

Katie: Scary. I know you're passionate about your job, which is great.

Chris: But dial it back a little?

Katie: A lot.

Chris: Okay.

Katie: We want to go for reassuring.

Chris: Not scary.

Katie: No. Scary's not good.

Chris: No, no. Okay.

Lily: I like this.

Faith: It's perfect -- if you're somebody's grandma.

Lily: All right, show me what you like.

[Lily scoffs]

Lily: Oh, no. You can't wear that to school.

Faith: Why not?

Lily: Because it's your first day back, and you need to make a good impression.

Faith: It's not like I've never been there before.

Lily: [Sighs] How about this?

Faith: Fine.

Lily: Faith, I want you to get something that you like, too.

Faith: No, you want me to get what you like.

Lily: Is that so terrible?

Faith: Fine. I'll take it.

Lily: Is there anything else that you like?

Faith: You pick.

Lily: Really?

Faith: Yeah.

Lily: Okay.

Holden: Faith's just having a hard time adjusting to being back home. That's all.

Molly: I can't say I blame her. From what I recall, she wasn't very happy when she left.

Holden: Well, if she tries anything like that again --

Molly: I'll be ready. You know, it could be worse. She could be trying to get me out of the picture so you and Lily can get back together.

Holden: I think she's old enough to know that's not going to happen.

Molly: You mean that?

Holden: You know I do.

Molly: I still like hearing you say it.

Holden: Whatever Faith does, just don't let it get to you.

Molly: I don't think it's me she's trying to get to. You know, I almost feel sorry for Lily -- almost. I can't believe I'm gonna say this. I think that I need to take a giant step back.

Holden: From what?

Molly: From us.

Holden: Why would you want to take a step back from us?

Molly: I don't want to. It's just that right now, I feel like I'm the exact ammunition that Faith needs to drive Lily crazy.

Holden: Lily can take care of herself.

Molly: Holden, be realistic. You and Lily have lived together practically your whole lives. I'm just an escape from the norm.

Holden: No. You're more than that. You know that.

Molly: I know how much Lily means to you.

Holden: What Lily and I had, it's over.

Molly: Fine. You say it's over. Maybe it is. I don't know. I just feel like you two will always be so connected.

Holden: Listen, what you and I have, you know, we're connected, too. It's separate. It's different. But I don't want to lose that.

Molly: Neither do I. It's the last thing I want. But if I get into a fight with Lily over Faith, there's no way that ends well for us. And I won't let that happen.

Lily: What do you think?

Faith: It's fine. I'll take them all.

Lily: Don't you think you should try them on first, make sure they fit? I mean, this one definitely looks a little too big. I'm gonna go see if they have this in an extra small.

Gabriel: You know you're gonna get caught?

Faith: What?

Gabriel: The dress you just stuffed in your bag, it has one of those security tags on it.

Faith: I don't know what you're talking about.

Gabriel: Sure you do. Come here.

Faith: What?

Gabriel: Just come with me.

Faith: Hey!

Gabriel: And now you're cool.

Lily: We're all set. They have an extra small in the back.

Faith: Great.

Reid: I know we've had our differences, but I think we should try to get along better.

Luke: Why?

Reid: For Noah's sake.

Luke: For Noah's sake? Well, you're a little late, Doc. I already told you, we broke up.

Reid: Oh, I've heard that before.

Luke: Yeah, well, this time, it's true.

Reid: Okay. Well, if you ever need somebody to talk to --

Luke: Okay, okay, okay, can you just stop and tell me what you want?

Reid: Fine. The neurology wing at the hospital's gonna suck.

Luke: What? But I thought you designed it.

Reid: I did, but we don't have enough money to do it right.

Luke: You gotta be kidding me.

Reid: No, Henry Coleman's donation is only gonna go so far. And if we want to have the best facility in the world --

Luke: You need more money.

Reid: Yeah, and you're loaded.

Luke: And you're insane.

Reid: Why? You're a generous guy. Youíve got a foundation. You make loads of grants. I'm just asking you to make one more.

Luke: So after all this time throwing the fact that I have money in my face, you're sitting here asking for a handout?

Reid: The money's not for me.

Luke: Oh, that's bull. And of course, it's so like you to go about this without even acknowledging what happened the other day.

Reid: Nothing happened between us the other day.

Luke: I know, I know that. I was talking about the guy at the Lakeview who said you murdered his daughter.

Reid: Oh, that.

Katie: Okay, let's try this again, with a smile.

Chris: With a smile, yes, yes.

Katie: Okay.

Chris: Okay.

Katie: Here we go.

Chris: Yeah. [Clears throat]

Katie: So how do we know when it's safe to immunize our children?

Chris: Well, first of all, you should trust your doctor.

Katie: But there's so much contradictory information out there, especially on the internet.

Chris: The internet. Please, do not get me started on the internet, okay? You have to be an idiot to diagnose yourself or your child from the internet.

Katie: Okay, generally, we don't like to tell our viewers that they're idiots, even with a smile.

Chris: I know, I know. I'm so sorry. Sorry.

Alison: So, how is it going?

Katie: Well, he's a little --

Alison: Intense??

Chris: Scary. Evidently, scary is not good.

Katie: No.

Chris: No.

Katie: Any ideas?

Alison: Would you mind if I picked up Jacob for second?

Katie: Sure. Go ahead. He's been fussy anyway.

Alison: Hi, Jacob. Okay. Yes. Very good. Okay. So, Katie is a very nervous mother who's bringing her baby to you for his first inoculation what do you tell her? Forget about the camera and just do your job.

Chris: [Sighs] All righty. All righty, little fella. Well, I would say look, I know why you are scared, okay? But this vaccination that we're gonna give is to make sure this little, beautiful fella here stays healthy for many years to come. That's right. Thousands of babies have been given these vaccinations. It's true. Can't say it doesn't come without a little risk, because it does, but that risk is so small, and we can deal with it. We really can. Yeah, you just got to trust me. You got to trust me. You trust me? He trusts me. Do you trust me?

Katie: Chris, that was fantastic.

Chris: Really?

Katie: Yes. That is exactly what I want our viewers to see.

Chris: Oh. [Laughs]

Lily: I hope you like everything.

Faith: I do.

Lily: Sweetie, I know that I've put you all through a lot recently. Now that you are back, I hope we can work on being a family again. Nothing means more to me.

Faith: Me neither.

Lily: Really?

Faith: Sure. Okay if I wait outside?

Parker: What were you thinking?

Faith: What?

Parker: You hid your drug stash in my room.

Faith: No.

Parker: No? No, you know what? Keep lying, and I will rat you out to your parents in two seconds, I swear.

Faith: Yeah, okay, I left it there.

Parker: What the hell is wrong with you?

Faith: Your parents think you're perfect.

Parker: No. No, that is wrong.

Faith: I'm sorry.

Lily: Parker, what's wrong?

Faith: Everything's cool.

Lily: Is it, Parker?

Faith: Parker's mad at me because I haven't called Liberty yet.

Lily: That's what this is about?

Faith: He's right. I forgot to call her when I was at school, and now that I'm home, I really don't have an excuse. You don't think she's mad at me, do you?

Lily: I'm sure that Liberty would understand.

Faith: I hope so. I hope she'll forgive me for this one little mistake.

Lily: Liberty's not like that, is she, Parker?

Parker: No. No, Liberty's not like that.

Faith: I promise I'll call her today.

Parker: You know what? I'll drive you home. That way, you can call her from the car.

Faith: I came with my mom.

Parker: Is it cool? I mean, we haven't had a chance to hang out since she got back.

Lily: Yeah, sure. You could use a break from me, right? This was so much fun.

Faith: Thanks for all the stuff.

Lily: You're welcome, Sweetie. See you at home?

Parker: That's the last time I bail you out.

Faith: What is your problem?

Parker: Me, me? I don't like lying.

Faith: Since when?

Parker: Since my dad's a cop and I don't want him finding drugs on me, okay? You haven't even told me why you had them in the first place.

Gabriel: Actually, they're not hers, Dude. They're mine.

Holden: I understand how you might feel you need to protect yourself, but Lily's not a threat to you.

Molly: I know that.

Holden: And with Faith, I'll talk to her. Listen, she likes you. When she realizes that she's making you feel bad, she'll stop.

Molly: That's a pretty optimistic view of a teenage girl's psychology.

Holden: The point is we can do anything. We can make anything work together.

Molly: Maybe. But should we?

Holden: What do you mean?

Molly: It sounds like a lot of work.

Holden: That's because relationships are work.

Molly: [Sighs] Maybe that's why I've never been a very big fan of relationships.

Holden: What are you saying?

Molly: I donít want to be your business partner, Holden. I want to be youíre hot, sexy girlfriend. I want it to be fun.

Holden: It is fun.

Molly: It has been, but it's starting to feel like it's getting really heavy.

Holden: So you want to bail on me?

Molly: If it's hard work you want, you've got Lily. If you want spontaneous, romantic, exciting --

Holden: You know I do.

Molly: You do? Are you sure about that?

Holden: I'm really sure.

Molly: Yeah? [Molly laughs] Then I'm your girl.

Chris: You sure there's no mistake? Okay, I'm on my way. I have to go back to the hospital.

Katie: We haven't shot your segment yet?

Chris: I know, but I just have to check on a patient. It won't take long.

Katie: Okay, you'll come back then?

Chris: I promise, I promise. Do you need a ride back to the hospital?

Alison: I have my car.

Chris: Okay. All right.

Katie: Alison, you knew just what he needed.

Alison: Oh, it was lucky, I guess.

Katie: You two work really well together. Why don't you stay and be a part of this?

Alison: A part of what?

Katie: The show. I want you to be on the show with Chris.

Alison: Oh, no, no. No way.

Katie: Oh, come on! He responds so well to you.

Alison: Katie, no, I mean, it's enough that I have to see him at the hospital. I don't really need to be spending any extra time with him.

Katie: Oh, really? So why did you come here?

Alison: Oh, he was just so nervous before he left, I didn't want him to ruin your show.

Katie: Oh, yeah. And since when have you been concerned about my show?

Alison: Katie --

Katie: Come on. I know you have a history with the Hughes family.

Alison: Yes, and most of it's really bad.

Katie: I'm sure they're not holding a grudge. I'm just talking about doing a TV show together.

Alison: No, you're not.

Katie: No, I'm not. Chris is such a great guy. I forgot how great.

Alison: I know. I did, too.

Katie: So don't worry about what happened before or you might miss out on what might happen next.

Parker: Who the hell are you?

Gabriel: A friend of --

Faith: Faith.

Parker: Well, I see you guys are close. Who is this guy?

Gabriel: Gabriel.

Faith: Gabriel, this is Parker.

Parker: And how do you know each other?

Gabriel: From school.

Parker: You look a little old to be going to high school.

Faith: We met at a dance.

Gabriel: Yeah, kind of a homecoming thing. Anyway, I'm sorry I got you in trouble.

Parker: Well, don't you want your drugs back?

Gabriel: Why don't you say it a little louder? You know what, keep them for causing so much trouble. Later.

Parker: You hang out with that guy?

Faith: Just, you know, once in a while.

Parker: Well, maybe you want to rethink that.

Faith: Maybe you want to rethink this whole new judgmental thing you have going on right now.

Parker: Well, you know what? I'm awfully busy helping Liberty fight for her life, so I don't know if I'm gonna be able to watch your back anymore.

Faith: How is she doing?

Parker: Not good.

Faith: I'll call her, I promise.

Parker: She'd probably like that.

Faith: And you don't have to watch my back.

Parker: I hope not. I'll catch you later.

Faith: Parker -- thanks for not telling my mom.

Parker: Sure.

Molly: Faith, hey. Finish shopping?

Faith: Yeah.

Molly: Where's your mother?

Faith: She went home finally. I wish you'd come instead.

Molly: Okay, look, this little game you're trying to play between me and your mom, it's not gonna work.

Luke: So, that guy called you a murderer. What happened?

Reid: I told you. His daughter had a brain tumor. It was a very risky operation. In the end, she didn't make it, but I managed to give her a year of life she wouldn't have otherwise had.

Luke: And that's all?

Reid: What more do you think happened, Mr. Snyder? Patients die all the time. It sucks, but there it is.

Luke: You don't have any compassion for them?

Reid: Every patient I have is either a mother or father, brother, sister --

Luke: You are cold.

Reid: Look, either you're gonna help me or you're not.

Luke: Amazing, amazing. So you can come and ask me for thousands --

Reid: Millions.

Luke: Millions --

Reid: Yeah.

Luke: [Chuckles] -- And I can't even question your professional l history? Somehow that makes me the bad guy?

Reid: No, it makes you nosy.

Luke: My questions are legitimate.

Reid: No, what they are is unnecessary. And that's how you want to play this, you can forget I asked.

Faith: I don't know what game you're talking about.

Molly: Come on, Faith. You're trying to play me against your mom.

Faith: No, I'm not.

Molly: I like you. I think you're a really smart girl, and I am your friend. But if you have issues with your mom, you should work them out with her yourself.

Faith: I've tried. She doesn't get me like do.

Molly: Well, you need to keep trying, because I'll tell you something, she loves you like crazy. You have to give her a chance.

Faith: It's not that easy.

Molly: I didn't say it was gonna be easy. But using me to get to her isn't fair to her, or to me.

Faith: And so I have to be fair to everyone, even though nobody's fair to me?

Molly: Faith --

Faith: If you want to be the cool step mom, you've got to do better than this.

[Molly sighs]

Lily: I think we had a breakthrough.

Luke: Seriously?

Lily: Yeah. I mean, things were tense at first, but then she became really sweet and cooperative. It's like a switch went off in her head. Something like that.

Luke: Really, just like that?

Lily: Yeah. You know what I mean.

Luke: Yeah, I do.

Lily: What is it?

Luke: It's probably nothing.

Lily: But?

Luke: But if somebody's in a fight, and they change their entire opinion just to please the person they're fighting with, it kind of seems like an addict's move.

Lily: What are you talking about?

Luke: Mom, when I found Faith at the police station after Damian grabbed you, she was high.

Lily: [Scoffs] She was upset. She was scared.

Luke: No, no, no. She was on pills.

Lily: How do you know that?

Luke: She told me.

Lily: She told you? What was she taking?

Luke: She said it was just a painkiller and that she had just taken it that once.

Lily: That's not true, Luke. She was suspended from school for smoking pot.

Luke: Why didn't you tell me?

Lily: Your father and I were dealing with it, or at least we thought we were. She didn't tell you about it?

Luke: About the pot? No. But now that you mention it, ever since she's been back, she's been different.

Lily: What are you saying, Luke? Are you saying that she's still doing drugs?

Bob: You calm down yet?

Reid: No.

Bob: You know, there's a lot of ways to raise money.

Reid: I tried that.

Bob: Well, hopefully you didn't try to rob a bank.

Reid: I'm not the one committing a crime here.

Bob: I know this addition to the hospital was to be your monument.

Reid: You think that's what I care about?

Bob: I think that's a big part of it.

Reid: I want to save lives that can't be saved anywhere else. That's all. If I have to have a big ego to accomplish that, so be it.

Bob: You know, that's not the only thing that matters.

Reid: What's more important?

Bob: Well, that's very important, but there are other things in life.

Reid: Like what?

Bob: Like friends and family and finding a home.

Reid: Sounds time-consuming.

Bob: You know, maybe some day, somebody will come along and change your mind about that.

Reid: Doogie Hughes, how do you stop this home and family sermon?

Chris: You donít.

Bob: You know, as long as you're here, I'm gonna do what I can to help you with your winning personality.

Reid: Wish I had known that before I signed the contract.

Chris: I have a patient.

Lily: Thank you for coming. I thought you needed to hear this. Tell him what you told me, Luke.

Luke: I could be wrong.

Lily: Please tell him.

Luke: All right. The day Damian was arrested, Faith told me that she had taken prescription pills.

Holden: What?

Luke: She said it was just that once.

Holden: I don't care if it was just once. We need to talk to her about it.

Luke: That might not be the best idea.

Holden: Why not?

Luke: Well, because if it was just that once, it might not be a big deal. And you know how tense she's been since she's been back.

Holden: Alright, Luke, you know what? Thank you for telling us, but your mom and I will handle it from here.

Luke: Okay. All right, well, I got to go. I'll be back.

Lily: Maybe Luke's right. Maybe we should wait until we're sure.

Holden: I don't know about that.

Lily: You know what's gonna happen if we confront her on this. And where did she get these drugs anyway?

Holden: Do you have prescription drugs laying around the house?

Lily: Are you blaming me?

Holden: I'm just asking.

Lily: Of course it would be my fault! I mean, she couldn't get the pills at the school where she got the pot, too.

Holden: Lily, I'm not saying that.

Faith: Okay. Let me guess. You guys are fighting about me.

Holden: Your mom and I want to know what's going on with you.

Faith: So that's what the shouting was about.

Lily: We weren't shouting.

Faith: It sounded like it.

Holden: Answer the question.

Faith: Nothing's going on with me.

Lily: Faith, we know you're taking pills.

Faith: Who told you that?

Holden: It doesn't matter.

Faith: It does to me.

Lily: Are you?

Faith: What difference does it make? It's obvious that you've decided to believe it.

Holden: Answer the question, Faith!

Faith: Yeah, okay, I took some pills. All of the girls did up at school. But I'm not an addict, if that's what you think.

Lily: First you get caught smoking pot, now you're popping prescription pills? What are we supposed to think?

Faith: Everyone does it.

Lily: You are not everyone. This family has a history of addiction, Faith.

Faith: That's your problem, not mine.

Lily: Baby, we just want to help you.

Faith: Really? Did you ever think that maybe I started taking pills because of you, because you brought Damian into our house and ruined everything?

Holden: Faith, that's not fair.

Faith: But it's true! Why do you defend her, even when you know that I'm right?

Holden: She didn't mean that.

Lily: Yes, she did. And she's right.

Luke: Well, it's happening.

Reid: What's happening?

Luke: I spoke to the executive director of my foundation. We're going to donate the money to the Snyder Pavilion.

Reid: How much?

Luke: You're welcome. And as for how much, how much do you need? 

Reid: Bob Hughes has the budget.

Luke: Well, have him send it over. Whatever your shortfall is, we'll make it up.

Reid: Thank you. That's really great of you.

Luke: Wow! You almost sound like you mean that.

Reid: I don't know how to repay you.

Luke: Well, you canít. And also, there's gonna be a few conditions.

Reid: Okay.

Luke: First, Noah can't find out that I'm the one that donated the money. I don't want him thinking that I'm trying to buy my way back into his life.

Reid: Are you?

Luke: And second, I want a seat on the board. I want to be part of the decision-making process.

Reid: Yeah, I don't think that's a good idea.

Luke: These are conditions, Dr. Oliver. They're not requests.

Reid: You and me working together? You don't see how that could be a problem?

Luke: Well, I guess you're gonna have to work really hard to make sure that it isnít.

Katie: So you believe that we should give our children the full set of vaccines?

Chris: Yes, and I know you're worried, but every vaccine that's released for use on children has been fully tested.

Alison: You just need to find a good doctor that you can trust. And remember, they spend their lives learning everything they can to help you raise a healthy baby.

Katie: Thank you both so much. Dr. Hughes and Nurse Stewart will be new regulars on the show, so coming up, you'll be seeing a lot of them. Until next time, I'm Katie Snyder. Thanks, you guys! You were so amazing together!

Chris: Well, thank Alison, okay? She is the hero today.

Alison: [Laughs] I'm just glad that I could help. But I'd better get going. So is there anything else I can do?

Katie: No. Thank you for everything.

Alison: Yeah, it was fun.

Chris: Yeah. So, that wasn't a complete disaster?

Katie: No, it was great. Really, you two are a perfect pair -- on the air.

Chris: Right, right.

Katie Of course, something could happen off the air.

Chris: That ship has sailed.

Katie: Well, she did come here, so maybe the ship could turn back.

Chris: I doubt it.

Katie: Come on. Give her a chance. You never know what might happen.

Chris: Well, I think that would have to come from her.

Katie: Okay, sure, but she needs to know that we shouldn't get shot down.

Chris: Yes, well, that would require social skills that are way above my pay grade.

Katie: Oh, please. Don't sell yourself short. And besides, now you're a famous TV doctor. Chicks dig that.

Chris: True. That's true.

[Katie laughs]

Molly: Hey. Got a minute?

Parker: Yeah. What's up?

Molly: Do you think Faith is okay?

Parker: She's got a lot to deal with, if that's what you mean.

Molly: Yeah, I know she does. But I'm just not sure she's able to handle it.

Parker: What makes you say that?

Molly: You haven't noticed anything?

Parker: Okay, I had noticed that she's been acting like she's ticked off at everybody.

Molly: Yeah. I think she could use someone to talk to.

Parker: Well, it's not gonna be me, okay? I'm sorry, but I'm totally focused on Liberty right now.

Molly: And you should be.

Parker: And Faith's not a kid anymore. She should be able to handle her problems by herself.

Molly: Everybody needs someone to talk to at some point in time, you know? I'm not saying you need to be her best friend. Just keep an eye open. And if she looks like she's getting into trouble, let me know.

Parker: Why is this suddenly your problem?

Molly: It's got to be somebodyís.

Faith: I'm looking for Gabriel. He was working here before.

Salesgirl: Oh, yeah. He left.

Faith: Do you know where I could find him?

Salesgirl: No idea.

Faith: No cell phone, address?

Salesgirl: Sorry. He is hot.

Faith: That's not why I'm asking.

Salesgirl: Whatever.

Faith: Thanks for your help.

Lily: Faith was right. This is all my fault. You warned me about Damian, but I wouldn't listen to you. I split this family up, and I drove you away. If Faith is doing drugs now, she's just another casualty in this mess that I've made. I've screwed this up so bad. I let my kids down. I let you down.

Holden: You know what? If Faith has a problem, then we'll deal with it.

Lily: How?

Holden: The way we always do -- together.

On the next "As the World Turns" --

Lily: Parker was just telling me how much time he's been spending with Liberty, and I think the next time he goes to see her, you should go with him.

Craig: "Nice party. Enjoy it while you can." Who would do this?

Carly: You're being punked. Just go with it.

Craig: Unless they know --

Carly: Know what?

Janet: You were fine before I brought up Pop. What's up?

Teri: I just don't want you to get your hopes up. That's all.

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