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As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 5/18/10

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Tom: Has anybody seen Lisa?!

Margo: Hi, hi! I'm here. I'm sorry I'm late. Things are a mess at the station, and I just -- you know, I'm probably gonna have to leave early.

Tom: Is everything okay?

Margo: Well, for now, but I wish this was happening tonight. Where's the star, huh? That's what we've all been wondering.

Tom: You know what? I'm gonna -- I'm gonna go check.

Lisa: Yoo-hoo! I'm here!

Tom: Mom, what happened?

Lisa: Oh, this? Don't -- don't even look at it. 'Cause it feels all right. I was just jet skiing at Lake Michigan.

Tom: Were you?

Lisa: No, I wasnít. No, no, I fell in the kitchen. No big deal.

Kim: Listen, do you want us to cancel the show?

Lisa: Are you crazy? Of course not. I'm not -- I'm singing, I'm talking. I'm not going to do cartwheels or anything.

Bob: Are you sure?

Lisa: Yes, I'm positive. The show must go on. Uh, where's my emcee?

Kim: Oh, um, he's not gonna make it. Do you think you can do this without an emcee?

Lisa: Absolutely not.

Katie: I called you. I texted you. I e-mailed you.

Ron: Oh, yeah, that. I think the piece is fine the way it is.

Katie: No, no, no, it's not fine. We have to pull it. We have to pick something else to fill that time.

Ron: It is way too late for that.

Katie: No, Ron! What? Yes, yes, the pretapes are set. Except for that last one. Do not run that last one. I don't care what the director says. Hello?

Chris: Sounds like you could use some help.

Katie: Go away.

Chris: Or a tranquilizer. I could prescribe one.

Katie: What are you doing here?

Chris: My mom said you were shorthanded, so I can -- I can pitch in wherever.

Katie: Go to Metro. Be with your family. Pitch in there.

Chris: Katie, what's got you so wired?

Katie: You know what you did.

Chris: Is this about last night?

Katie: I don't want to talk about it.

Chris: Why not talk about it? And then we could just put it away, right?

Katie: I can't do that right now, because I am going live from Metro in -- oh, my God! I don't have time to talk about this right now!

Alison: Hi, Vienna.

Vienna: Hi.

Alison: Are you here with Henry?

Vienna: Of course.

Alison: You guys are back together?

Vienna: I've always been with Henry.

Alison: Well, the other day, I saw you with Casey.

Vienna: You know what? We're gonna go over to WOAK and watch Lisa's show there since it got rescheduled.

Henry: Hi, Alison.

Vienna: Yeah, I was just asking Alison if she was gonna see Lisa's show.

Alison: Well, I knew that I was gonna have to miss it, so actually the director's gonna send me a tape.

Henry: Why?

Alison: I'm sworn to secrecy.

Henry: Uh-huh.

Vienna: They're making fresh coffee, but we can leave if you want to.

Henry: Uh, no, take your time. I changed my mind. Could you get me a cup of coffee to go?

Vienna: Of course.

Henry: Okay. And you know what? I'm gonna call Katie and tell her that we're running late.

Vienna: Okay. Thank you for not bringing up Casey in front of Henry. Things are delicate.

Alison: Look, Vienna. Casey's a great guy, and you can't just dump him and go back to Henry like he doesn't even matter.

Vienna: That's what you did. Dump Casey at the altar. Alison, just stay out of this, please.

[Cell phone rings]

Barbara: I'm in a rush, Henry.

Henry: Lisa Grimaldi, live and in person. Yeah, I know. I also know that today is your big day.

Barbara: You remembered.

Henry: Sure. When will you get the test results from the doctor?

Barbara: Soon, I hope.

Henry: Well, if you want to talk about it --

Barbara: You know, I'm okay. I really am. And, you know, Lisa's gonna start singing soon, so I've got to go.

Vienna: I thought I'd lost you there for a second. Is everything okay?

Henry: It's going to be. I know it will. Thanks.

[Applause]

Bob: Thank you. I'm Dr. Bob Hughes.

[Cheers and applause]

Bob: Thank you again. But you can call me number one. Because I have the distinction of being Lisa Miller's first husband. And she has had many.

[Light laughter]

Bob: But as number one, it has fallen upon me to introduce the star of today's program. Now, what can be said about Lisa that hasn't been in the tabloids or that she hasn't said about herself? She blew into my life 50 years ago, and this town has never been the same. She is a pistol, a whirlwind, and we wouldn't have her any other way. So it is with great pleasure that I introduce and present Lisa Miller Hughes Eldridge Shea Coleman McColl Mitchell Grimaldi Chedwyn.

Lisa: Oh, no. No, no, no. No. No, forget the Chedwyn. That was annulled, and, well, he didn't count. [Laughter] I'm not counting him. You think those 50 years were something. You ain't seen nothing yet.

Lisa: Welcome back. I come from a small town in Illinois -- Rockford. And my main goal in life was to find a great college to go to. Does anyone know why?

Barbara: You were studious?

Lisa: Ha! Hardly. No, I -- oh, you give me too much credit. No. I wanted to go to a great college where I could meet a fabulously successful and very handsome young man. Well, let's say I did. I met a medical student, Bob Hughes. Oh, I'll never forget the night that he took me out to the sweet shop. He drove me up in his convertible. It was a dreamboat. He wasn't bad either. Well, anyway, I made up my mind after I had that soda that I was his forever. And I think that I really wanted to be a doctor's wife. And he wanted -- well, you know, so we got along. It was smooth sailing between us.

Bob: When was it ever smooth sailing between us?

[Laughter]

Lisa: Anyway, I've gotten my friends and family together to show you a little bit of what it was like in 1960. Would you like to see?

Casey: Definitely! Yes!

Lisa: I was young and very much in love. And I was very, very innocent. I was.

[Laughter]

Alison: Hello? Is anybody home? See? I told you my parents would be gone for the day.

Casey: I just wanted to make sure. Come here.

Alison: What do you want, Mr. Hughes?

Casey: This.

Alison: Ooh! [Laughs] Oh, so glad I married you, you big, strong man, you. Oh, are you hungry? What? What? What is it?

Casey: You're gonna be asking me that question for the rest of our lives. I would come home from work.

Alison: From your very important job at the hospital. And I'll say, "Welcome home, Dr. Hughes."

Casey: And then you'll get me the paper and a drink?

Alison: A martini! I'll learn to make them just for you. And while I'm getting dinner on the table, the kids will crawl into your lap for a story.

Casey: Kids? More than one?

Alison: Certainly. I'm sure we won't be able to contain ourselves.

Casey: How long are your parents gonna be gone?

Alison: Oh, all day. Oh, my mom is gonna be so happy! I'm gonna be a doctor's wife.

Casey: Well, are you happy, Lisa?

Alison: Over the moon. You?

Casey: I'm the world's luckiest man. No, I'm not hungry, unless you are.

Alison: No, I'm not.

Casey: Then maybe we --

Alison: All right. Bob? When are you gonna tell your parents?

Casey: Tell them that we're married?

Alison: Of course, silly.

Casey: I thought I'd maybe tell them later.

Alison: Why?

Casey: Well, they won't approve of it, Lisa. I'm still in medical school.

Alison: Are you going to keep me a secret?

Casey: Just for a little while.

Alison: Is it because you're ashamed of me?

Casey: How can you say that?

Alison: Well, I know my father is not a successful lawyer like yours, but I love you, Bob.

Casey: And I love you, too. I promise I will never be ashamed of you.

Alison: Then why are you going to keep me secret?

Casey: Because once I tell them, once they know, everything will get so complicated. I want to hold onto this feeling as long as I can.

Alison: What feeling?

Casey: I don't know how to describe it exactly, but it feels as though it's just the two of us against the world.

Alison: Just the two of us. I like that.

[Applause]

Lisa: Ain't love grand?

Alison: I should stay out of it.

Lisa: It wasn't just Bob and me for very long because then little Tommy was born. He was conceived that very night.

Margo: Not so little anymore.

Lisa: Yes, well, don't remind me. Time marches on. And I hate to say that Bob and I, well, we didn't march on. So I left. I left the most wonderful, probably the finest man I have ever known in my life. But Bob -- Bob knew me longer, but he met Kim, and he loves her more. And I must say the man has excellent taste.

Kim: I agree.

Lisa: If that ain't a music cue, I don't know what is.

[Laughter]

Lisa: As the world turns someone's dreams have all come true

As the world turns someone's heart has broken in two

As the world turns someone loses, someone wins as the world turns a life is ended

A life begins 'round and 'round on a carousel here among the stars

Katie: But you are the editor, Percy. Can't you just take a couple snips off the end? I don't care what the director said! Just -- hello? Hello?

Chris: Here. Drink this.

Katie: What are you still doing here?

Chris: I'm offering you some tea. It'll soothe your nerves.

Katie: My nerves would be fine if you would just leave me alone.

Vienna: God, I'm sorry we're late.

Katie: Oh, it's okay.

Vienna: What's going on with you and Chris?

Katie: What do you mean?

Vienna: You look like you were furious with him. What happened?

Katie: Nothing.

Vienna: There must've been something wrong for you to be that --

Katie: No, I'm not angry with him. I'm just -- I'm going to Metro.

Vienna: Yeah, but we came to watch the show with you.

Katie: I know, Vienna. I am so sorry. It's an emergency.

[Applause]

Lisa: Once I found out I was pregnant, I couldn't keep this marriage a secret anymore. So I decided I would go see Nancy Hughes, that's Bob's mother, and tell her the truth and break the news to her. I can tell you, I was never so scared in my life. My heart was going a mile a minute, beating in my chest. It was going, "Kaboom, kaboom, kaboom, kaboom, kaboom, kaboom."

Alison: Hello? Mrs. Hughes?

Margo: Lisa. What brings you here?

Lisa: Oh, well, I was just in the neighborhood. You look very lovely today. Did you change your hair?

Margo: What can I do for you today, Lisa?

Alison: Well, I wanted to talk to you about something personal.

Margo: I know that you and Bob are interested in each other. I have no objection to that.

Alison: You don't?

Margo: No, but it is important that Bob finish medical school. He needs to stay focused. And, Lisa, Dear, you're a distraction. Do you want to interfere with his future?

Alison: No, Ma'am.

Margo: Oh, I don't mean to upset you, Dear, and I'm not finding fault. I know that young girls like you would love to snag a doctor as a future husband. It's understandable.

Alison: You think Bob and I want to get engaged?

Margo: You don't? Well, that's a relief. You're showing good judgment and good sense. I believe it's best for everyone if you and Bob slow things down for now.

Alison: Oh, you don't understand, Mrs. Hughes. We canít.

Margo: You can't? Oh, my goodness. Lisa, have you and Bob been --

Alison: Married? Yes, Ma'am. We're married. It's been a few weeks now, and Bob, he's so considerate. He -- he didn't want to upset you and his dad, and I didn't, either. But now, well, I had to say something.

Margo: I see.

Alison: You're disappointed, aren't you?

Margo: You say you've been married for some time now.

Alison: A few weeks.

Margo: Why did you come to see me today, Dear?

Alison: Why, to tell you about the wedding.

Margo: And?

Alison: And the baby. Oh, do you want to sit down, Mrs. Hughes? I'm sorry. We didn't plan for it to happen this way. Oh, Mrs. Hughes, please say something.

Margo: Well, what's to say? What's done is done.

Alison: You don't hate me?

Margo: You are my daughter-in-law and the future mother of my grandchild. Welcome to the family, Dear.

Alison: Oh, do you mean it?

Margo: I have no reason to trust you and every reason why I shouldnít. So tell me, why do I like you so much?

Alison: I'm glad you do.

Tom: Hello, Nancy. Lisa.

Margo: Hello, Dear. Oh, I'm so happy to see you. You look so handsome.

Lisa: We had been friends every since. Nancy certainly had every reason in the world to just hate me, but she didnít. She treated me like a daughter, and I have been so grateful. And then after that, my little darling Tommy was born.

[Laughter]

Lisa: Honey, I know I haven't been the best mom.

Tom: You were you, Mom.

Lisa: You're so kind and forgiving. You're kind and forgiving and solid. You just -- that's a wonderful trait. These are traits you got from your father. But also I want you to know that he has a very adventuresome life, and he loves passionately, and I would like to think some of that he rubbed off from his mom. Wouldn't you say that's true, Margo?

Margo: I think he's the finest man I've ever met.

Lisa: And we're out.

[Cell phone rings]

Vienna: Oh, Alison, what did you do? Hello? Casey?

Casey: Don't you have something you want to tell me?

[Cell phone ringing]

Henry: Hey, what are you doing here? I just saw you at Lisa's show.

Barbara: I, uh, I had an errand to run for Kim. I need to get some papers.

Henry: Barbara.

Barbara: Okay, I'm lying. I'm lying. I was hoping that you were gonna be here. Just hearing your voice earlier just helped me.

Henry: The scans are gonna come back clear. You will be cancer-free. You've got to believe that.

Barbara: What if I'm not?

Henry: There's no point of even going there.

Barbara: What if I'm not? I just keep thinking about all the lost time, you know? All the days that I did nothing, and all the weeks that I worried about nothing, and all the time that I've ignored my children, and all the time that I could have repaired my marriage to Hal, and I didn't or I wouldnít.

Henry: Please. Please don't do this to yourself.

Barbara: And then I keep thinking about the days with you, and they keep running over and over and over in my head. And I don't know if it's because they were after the cancer, but I was completely alive those days, Henry. I was completely here. I want more of that. And -- and don't get nervous, okay? I don't mean I want -- I want more of you, although -- although -- I just want more time.

[Classical music playing]

Henry: Dance with me.

Barbara: Why?

Henry: Why not? We're the champs, right?

Lisa: I loved being a Hughes. In fact, I still feel like I am a Hughes. And I loved being married to Bob Hughes. But I was restless. I had a wandering eye.

Bob: I'll say.

[Kim laughs]

Lisa: Oh, stop! Well, I -- I can't help that. It's always been that way. Love always seems to find me here or there, and I always go for it. But -- [Sighs] I have fallen in and out of love so many times. I have wedding pictures to prove it.

Vienna: Casey, are you there?

Casey: Sorry, sorry. My grandmother's show just started up again. I had to get somewhere where they couldn't hear me.

Vienna: What were you saying before?

Casey: I thought you had something you wanted to tell me.

Vienna: About what?

Casey: Aren't you at WOAK right now, watching the show?

Vienna: How do you know that? Did Alison tell you?

Casey: Alison? No, you told me, remember?

Vienna: Oh. Yeah, of course. Silly me.

Casey: So, what did you think about my singing? Did you like it?

Vienna: Is that why you're calling?

Casey: Yeah. What did you think?

Vienna: It was wonderful.

Casey: The show's gonna be over soon. What are you -- what are you doing later?

Vienna: Oh, uh -- I'm sorry, I have plans.

Lisa: Sometimes you just can't help yourself. Who doesn't love falling in love?

Katie: Lisa, hi! You look beautiful.

Lisa: Oh, why, thanks.

Katie: When is the next break over?

Lisa: Honey, in about a minute or two, I should think.

Katie: Okay, we need to cut the next segment.

Lisa: What? Oh, don't be silly. That is my pivotal point in my life. Everybody's gonna just love it. Don't you worry.

Katie: It's just that the video, it was really fuzzy, and the audio's bad, and I'm a terrible actress.

Lisa: Katie, Honey, no, you're not. You're not. And you're just nervous. Relax, it's gonna be wonderful.

Kim: Katie, that was a great taped segment. What's the matter with you? Everything was terrific. We've got 30 seconds!

Lisa: Oh, come on.

Kim: Places, please.

Lisa: Yeah, yeah, sure. Let's go. Come on, come on.

Kim: And five, four, three --

Lisa: Now, what was I talking about? Oh, yes, my favorite subject -- me. And my second favorite, my men. It's well-documented. I have been married many, many, many times and to many, many different kinds of men. There was Earl Mitchell. He was with Interpol. And then there was -- oh, Whit -- Whit McColl. Yes, he was a publisher. And John Eldridge and Michael Shea and Grant -- oh, Grant Colman -- and my darling Eduardo. Yes, dear Ed. Well, anyway then, uh, after that, there was -- well, you know, I didn't marry all the men I loved. I guess that goes without saying, because there was Bruce -- Bruce Elliot. He was the shoe tycoon. And then there was that Johnny boy Dixon. Well, that about wraps them up that I can -- I'm forgetting somebody. Wait, who am I --

Bob: My brother.

Lisa: Bob, thank you. Of course. How could I be so silly? Yes, it's true. This is about my ex-husband's brother, Don -- Don Hughes. I have to say this in my own defense. I really did not see this coming. Oh, he hated me so much -- I mean really hated me -- until he didnít.

Katie: Every time I see your brother with that Jennifer Ryan, I get so mad I could spit!

Chris: Gee, I can't imagine why he'd want to be with her instead of someone like you.

Katie: Me, either.

Chris: You lied to him, Lisa. You betrayed him. You broke his heart.

Lisa: I also married him, gave him a son, and loved him to distraction.

Chris: Well, let's face it, Lisa. Jennifer is nicer than you are.

Katie: Why, that's outrageous! You're prejudiced against me, Don Hughes.

Chris: No!

Katie: You never thought I was good enough for your brother or for your family.

Chris: Well, here we go again with "Woe is Lisa."

Katie: Admit it, you never liked me.

Chris: I never liked you.

Katie: Why not? Why would you -- how could you say such a thing?

Chris: Oh, don't waste those crocodile tears on me. We both know that you are selfish and money-hungry.

Katie: You're rigid and judgmental.

Chris: You are spoiled and petulant.

Katie: You're pompous and arrogant.

Chris: You are trite.

Katie: You're mean.

Lisa: What can I say? He was hot -- extremely hot. Well, sad to say, that didn't work out, either. But one thing I can say, the Hughes men -- oh, Boy, they make them really handsome.

Kim: And we're out.

[Scattered applause]

[Cell phone ringing]

Henry: Is it the doctor?

Barbara: Uh-huh.

Henry: It's okay. Whatever it is, I'm here.

Barbara: Hello. Yes, it's Ms. Ryan. Yes. It's the nurse. She wants me to hold for the doctor. It's got to be bad news, otherwise she would have told me herself. Yes, yes, Dr. Hearn. Yes, I understand. Thank you.

Henry: Find another doctor. We're gonna find a better doctor -- a doctor who knows what the hell he's talking about. We're -- we're gonna go get a third and a fourth and a fifth opinion.

Barbara: Cancer-free.

Henry: Say that again?

Barbara: I'm cancer-free. He said that we can take another scan in a year, but just to make sure that everybody's okay.

Henry: You're okay?

Barbara: I'm okay.

Henry: Oh, my God. Oh, my God!

Casey: Did Mom have to go to work?

Tom: I guess so.

Kim: Oh, wonderful, wonderful. You're right on time.

Margo: I am so sorry. It took a while.

Kim: No, no, thank you. You're right where you should be. And thank you for taking an early plane. Lisa will be so thrilled.

Tom: Casey and I were wondering where you were.

Margo: Well, Kim grabbed me to do a favor for Lisa, so --

Tom: Well, at least you're back here and okay. So, who -- who was that you came in with?

Margo: Well, that's the surprise.

Tom: Okay.

Margo: But, you know, Honey, when I was driving around, I was doing a lot of thinking.

Tom: About?

Margo: Yeah, mostly about one of Lisa's songs.

Tom: Really?

Margo: Yeah. You know how they get caught in your head? And I don't -- I don't remember the words to it or anything, but it was basically about being there.

Tom: Yeah?

Margo: Yeah. And I realized, well, that's how Lisa does it. That's how she's okay with her life because she has no regrets, and she doesn't gloss over her mistakes, but she doesn't dwell on them.

Tom: Don't tell me you're gonna become more like my mom now.

Margo: No, just in one way. I'm gonna focus on what's good and what lasts.

Tom: Like us?

Margo: Yeah, Baby, like us.

Lisa: It's been such a pleasure and an honor to be here in Oakdale to work, to live, and certainly to entertain, every now and then, over the past, well, 50 years. But I appreciate it so much, and I have someone very special I would like to introduce to you. April Grove, come up here. [Applause] I want to thank you -- I want to thank -- you can have this if you want it.

April: Oh.

[Laughter]

Lisa: Here, come on. Take this and sing us a song.

I've heard it said that people come into our lives for a reason

Bringing something we must learn and we are led to those who help us to grow

If we let them and we help them in return I don't know if I believe that's true

But I know I'm who I am today because I knew you like a comet --

Katie: What are you doing here?

Chris: You're the one who told me to come here, be with my family.

Katie: Yeah, you were supposed to do that when I wasn't here.

Chris: Katie, will you listen to me, okay? We were performing a scene. We kissed. Everybody knows we were just acting.

Katie: No, they donít.

Chris: Why? Why would anyone think different? And everybody knows there's nothing going on between us, right?

Katie: Of course, right. Definitely right. There's nothing going on between you and me.

Chris: No, no, not -- good, you know, that's good. I'm glad we got that cleared up. So let's just join everybody, enjoy the show, which is a huge success, by the way. You're a huge part of that.

Lisa: So let me say before we part so much of me is made from what I learned from you you'll be with me like a handprint on my heart now whatever way our stories end I know you have rewritten mine for being my friend.

Alison: Hi. Is the show almost over?

Casey: Yeah, yeah, almost. Everyone really liked our scene.

Alison: Oh, I'm glad.

Casey: Are you gonna stay for the finale?

Alison: Uh, well, um -- the reason I came by was I needed to tell you something.

Casey: What? What's going on?

Alison: I -- I just found out, uh --

Casey: Come on. You're not usually tongue-tied. What is it?

Alison: I'm just really glad that we're friendly in a place with each other where we can pull off a scene like that.

Casey: Yeah, me too. I really liked it. I guess, you know, it's -- it's a lot easier now that I'm seeing someone else.

Lisa: And none of it really matters anymore.

Barbara: I am sorry. I -- I shouldn't have done that.

Henry: Its okay, it's okay. We were both excited by the news.

Barbara: Yes.

Henry: The world is a much better place with Barbara Ryan in it.

Barbara: Thank you for that. Thank you for the dance. Thank you for being here with me.

Henry: I should, uh -- I should go back to the studio. Vienna's here.

Barbara: Oh, oh, I didn't realize.

Henry: Yeah, so, um, I should probably find her.

Barbara: Uh, yeah, you should. You saw us.

Lisa: Some people would say that Oakdale is a crazy place to live. Now, I think you might say that if you were standing on the outside looking in, because so many people are getting married, falling in love, falling out of love, marrying somebody else, and traumas and dramas and all that stuff. But I see it quite differently. Oakdale is a place where love and hope spring eternal. And I think that in all of these years, since 1960, Oakdale has changed so much, but basically it hasn't changed at all. Now, I have one more song I would like to sing for you, but before I do, I just want to thank all of you so much for being a part of my life. It's been so important to me. And I love you all, each and every one of you who are here, and, of course, you who are watching there. I just hope with all my heart that I have given you half as much as you've given me. This is a song for my circle of friends a song about life and the way that it bends like a twig on a tree or a light through a lens this is a song for my circle of friends

Chris: Katie --

Katie: Please just leave me alone.

Chris: Why? We haven't done anything wrong. Why are you acting like we have?

Katie: Go to Alison. That's what you should be doing.

Chris: What is this all about, huh? Tell me, what are you afraid of?

Alison: I have to get back to work.

Casey: Already? I mean, you just got here.

Alison: Uh --

Casey: Alison, what? What's going on?

Alison: I had so much fun doing that scene with you. And after everything that we've been through together, Casey, the one thing that never changes is that I -- I genuinely like you.

Casey: I like you, too.

Alison: And I -- and I don't want anything bad to happen to you, and I don't want anyone to hurt you, including me.

Casey: Where -- where is this going? I mean, you can't hurt me anymore. I mean, we're not together.

Alison: But Vienna can.

Casey: What -- what are you doing?

Alison: I know that you've been seeing her.

Casey: Yeah, that's none of your business.

Alison: And I think it's a mistake.

Vienna: Yes, I saw you kiss my Henry. I mean, how could you?! You're making my wedding dress! I mean, you more than anyone knows how much we -- we love each other! And then you throw yourself at my fiancť?

Barbara: I -- I lost my head for a moment, that's all.

Vienna: No, no, no, why, why?

Barbara: Why?

Vienna: Why, yeah. I mean, what did you think would happen, that -- you would kiss him and immediately he would just forget all about me and he -- he would make passionate love to you?

Barbara: Well --

Vienna: No, because that would never, ever happen.

Barbara: Look, I've already apologized to Henry, and now I'm apologizing to you, too, Vienna. I've had a very emotional day.

Vienna: You know what? That is no excuse. I should never have trusted you.

Henry: Vienna, uh, wait. I can explain.

Vienna: You know what? Don't bother, because I don't even care.

Henry: You don't?

Vienna: No. Barbara's kisses don't matter, 'cause I -- I know where you and I stand.

Henry: You do?

Vienna: Yes, or at least I will know once I tell you the news.

Henry: News? What news?

Vienna: We're pregnant!

Lisa: This is a song for my circle of friends this is a song for my circle of friends this is the song for my circle of friends

[Applause]

On the next "As the World Turns."

Noah: But then I overheard you and Dr. Oliver arguing. So what was going on with you two?

Chris: It's stuck!

Katie: I know!

Chris: You're saying we're stuck down here?

Casey: I know what we were doing was just having fun together.

Vienna: And you're okay with that?

Casey: Is there really any good reason that we have to stop?

Henry: She's pregnant with my baby.

Barbara: You know what I'd do if I were in your shoes? I'd get a paternity test.

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