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Another World Transcript Monday 7/14/03
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Cass: Uh-oh. Oh, dear.
Wally: One for you.
Cass: Oh. Gee.
Wally: And one for me.
Cass: Thanks, little buddy.
Wally: What are you doing back here anyway? I thought you two were going to Mary's place. We were going to see you there.
Cass: Well, you are. But I thought I'd stop by and pick up Felicia. Where is she, anyway?
Wally: Downstairs getting ready. You ok?
Cass: Yeah. That was a wonderful idea of hers, get everybody together the night before the funeral.
Wally: Friends need each other when something like this happens, Cass.
Cass: But that's Felicia for you. I mean, she just jumps right in and takes the reins when the going gets tough, you know. She's a remarkable lady, Wally. She's really a remarkable lady.
Wally: So tell me something I don't already know.
Cass: I doubt that there's anything that you don't know.
Wally: There might be a thing or two.
Cass: Like what?
Wally: Like how you're feeling.
Chad: Better now. Look, why don't I buy you a real drink, huh?
Wally: What's that?
Wally: Who's that? Is that Kathleen?
Cass: Yeah. Yeah. We exchanged baby pictures a long time ago.
Wally: So this is how you're really feeling, Cass. Why don't you admit it?
Cass: Maybe I'm afraid to, Wally.
Cass: Because, to tell you the truth, I don't know what I'm gonna do without Kathleen.
Vince: Mary, what are you doing in here?
Jamie: I'm parked behind you in the driveway, but I'll be out of your way in a minute.
Rachel: Wait a minute. Aren't you going with us to the McKinnon's?
Jamie: Oh, the McKinnon's. That's right, that's tonight. Um...I'm sorry, I can't do it. I wouldn't be good for anybody tonight anyway.
Rachel: Why not? What's wrong?
Jamie: Well, it's Lisa.
Mac: Something happen to her?
Jamie: How would I know? She won't even talk to me.
Lisa: He just walked out.
Felicia: Honey, Jamie loves you. He just needs to know what's bothering you.
Lisa: It was like an ultimatum, Felicia. He said if I wanted to keep my secret, I'd have to keep it without him.
Felicia: He just doesn't like being shut out.
Lisa: Felicia, what am I supposed to do? How do I just come right out and say I was raped?
Felicia: Honey, you were 14. It wasn't your fault. Jamie will understand that.
Lisa: What if he doesn't understand?! What am I gonna do then?
Felicia: Lisa. Lisa. Would it be better for him to walk out of your life for no reason at all? Would it?
Lisa: I guess I have a decision to make, huh?
Lisa: I don't wanna lose him.
Felicia: I know. Then you're gonna have to do something, honey.
Lisa: I just hope it's not too late.
Felicia: I'll tell you what... Why don't you go in and take a hot bath?
Lisa: Thank you. You'll still be here?
Felicia: Oh, yeah. We're gonna win this one together. Come here. Ok, go on.
[Knock on door]
Cass: Oh, we have company.
Felicia: Mitch. Hi. Um, I'm glad that you're back.
Mitch: It's all right. I was just on my way upstairs to unpack and I saw the door was open.
Felicia: That can wait. I mean, look at you. Are you ok?
Mitch: Yeah, I need a shower. Other than that...
Felicia: Other than that. Come in here. Cass, Mitch. You were in Alaska when--
Mitch: How are you feeling?
Cass: You should've left me with Kathleen.
Mitch: It's all right. If it's something that needs to be said, let him say it.
Cass: No, uh, Felicia's right. It was bad form to bring it up.
Mitch: Look, go ahead and say it if it needs to be in the open.
Cass: It's nothing. I just saw your photograph in Brava this afternoon, and it brought it all back.
Mitch: I assume you're talking about the one of you in the crash.
Cass: Yeah, I'm not blaming you. You were just doing your job.
Mitch: When I went out there to take the photograph, I didn't realize that it was you. But I did realize that you were about to be killed.
Cass: You shouldn't have dragged me out.
Mitch: I went with my instincts.
Cass: Kathleen was still back in that plane.
Mitch: If she survived the crash, if she survived it, she wasn't going to survive the explosion.
Cass: You don't know that for sure! If only I could've gotten that door open!
Mitch: There wasn't time.
Cass: Just one more second!
Mitch: One more second and you would've never gotten out of there.
Felicia: Cass, Mitch is right. Look at yourself. Look at the shape you're in. Look at your hands, honey. You couldn't do anything more to save Kathleen.
Mitch: Look, if you have any doubt, go back and look at the photograph. You'll see that there wasn't any chance.
Cass: I think I'll take your word for it. I can't look at that photograph again.
Felicia: Cass. You're home. You're with your friends. We're all gonna need each other right now to get through this.
Cass: You're right. It's just gonna take me some time.
Felicia: I know.
Mitch: Cass, I'm glad you're alive.
Cass: It only hurts when I shake hands.
Cass: Why don't you finish getting ready and I'll wait for you in Tops?
Mitch: Look, I've got to get unpacked, as well.
Felicia: No, wait, I have something I wanna give you, all right? I'll be up in just a minute.
Cass: Good. Wally'll keep me company.
Mitch: So you've got something for me?
Felicia: I lied. But you'd better have something for me.
Mitch: Oh, you mean like a present?
Felicia: I mean like two arms. At least you can hold me till I stop shaking.
Mitch: I can do that. What is this? You are shaking.
Felicia: I know. Of course, I am. Boy, I listened to you. I heard what you said to him and I...I realized that I could've lost you up in Alaska.
Mitch: I guess that makes us even.
Felicia: What does that mean?
Mitch: I was thinking about the time in Singapore when you had a fever.
Felicia: I missed you... A lot.
Rachel: Mac loves you very much. He would just sit around and listen to you hang yourself. I can't allow that.
Jamie: I think I hear a lecture coming on.
Rachel: Well, somebody's gotta get you off of your high horse.
Jamie: Oh, that's good. Start by insulting me.
Rachel: Honey, I'm your mother. Don't you understand that what hurts you, hurts me?
Jamie: I think I'm about to find out.
Rachel: Sweetie, you're a very compassionate man. You don't like it when people--
Jamie: But my prescription is all wrong, right? I gotta decrease the dosage. I've heard this before, mom.
Rachel: Just last week you told me you were gonna stick by Lisa through thick or thin.
Jamie: She won't talk to me.
Rachel: Neither would Donald Duck when I first took you to Disneyland.
Rachel: Don't you remember? You went running up to this poor guy in a suit and demanded that he talk to you.
Jamie: He was supposed to.
Rachel: Yeah, but he couldn't do the voice.
Jamie: Well, how was I supposed to know that?
Rachel: No, but the point is for you, all of Disneyland was ruined, and you demanded to be taken home.
Jamie: What does this got to do with Lisa?
Rachel: Well, you're doing the same thing, don't you see? I mean, you don't understand her, you're not getting what you want, and so you wanna throw in the towel.
Jamie: That is ridiculous.
Rachel: Jamie, look! Look at you! You're doing it right now!
Rachel: Just because I'm telling you something you don't wanna hear.
Jamie: If I don't play hardball with Lisa, she'll never open up to me.
Rachel: Oh, darling, yes, she will. She will if you just back off and give her some time instead of throwing hard balls at her.
Jamie: All I'm asking for is for her to meet me halfway.
Rachel: Sweetie, you don't wanna really meet her halfway, you wanna run in there and fix everything.
Jamie: What's wrong with that?
Rachel: Nothing. It's a wonderful quality, actually. It's what makes you such a good doctor. But it doesn't always help in human relationships.
Jamie: Because I wanna help people.
Rachel: Sweetie, sometimes it helps to just sort of back off, let them deal with their own problems without interfering.
Jamie: Oh, so now it's my fault.
Rachel: No--ok. Why don't you meet her halfway? Why don't you open up with her? Why don't you tell her what you're afraid of?
Jamie: What are you talking about? Afraid of what?
Rachel: Blaine, M.J., Cecile. You've had three failed relationships, isn't that what you're afraid of? Having a fourth?
Mary: I don't suppose you would accept dusting.
Vince: Not with Becky's new dress, no.
Mary: No, I figured not. Wow, that was taken the day you brought M.J. home from the hospital.
Mary: Baby Kathleen.
[Laughs] oh, she is so adorable.
Vince: We started calling her our little mommy. She was so proud of M.J. Oh, I can believe that. Well, you can believe something else.
Vince: How much you love them both. You had them on your lap every day.
Mary: I did.
Vince: I don't think there was a story or a nursery rhyme that they didn't know.
Mary: I was a good mother.
Vince: They didn't come any better.
Mary: It's so difficult for me, you know. I don't-I don't even have the comfort of memories.
Vince: Everything in here is still the same.
Mary: Isn't it funny how-- how small a double bed looks these days?
Vince: Mm. This bedroom set was a wedding gift for my parents.
Mary: Oh, yeah? They bought it for us?
Vince: Ha. Ha. No. No. No. No. It was theirs. It was more like a hand-me-down.
Mary: That's not a hand-me-down. That's a family heirloom.
Vince: Mm. We used to keep the crib over in that corner. M.J. was the first baby in this house.
Mary: Oh, then Kathleen never slept in--
Vince: [Laughs] sure she did, every time it rained.
Mary: [Laughs] she did?
Vince: Oh, yeah, especially during thunderstorms. [Rumbles] she said--she said she didn't want us to get scared.
Mary: Aw...Aw, that was sweet.
Vince: But the day I remember the most was the first thunderstorm when Ben had taken over the crib.
Vince: We waited and we waited, but she never came.
Mary: What happened?
Vince: Well, I hoped that she'd outgrown her fear, but you said no way, and you went looking for her.
Mary: Was she in her own bed?
Vince: Oh, yeah, she was there. She pulled M.J. in with her. Kathleen was a real chicken.
Mary: Uh-huh, yeah, just like her mama.
Vince: I was hoping you'd catch that side of her. She really loved you, Mary, all her life.
Mary: The only Kathleen I know is the one I met a year ago. I was-I was thrilled by how much of myself I saw in her.
Vince: She was her mother's daughter.
Mary: You know what I loved best?
Mary: [Sighs] how much of you I saw.
Cass: I'm sorry, thought I left this down here.
Felicia: What is it, honey?
Cass: It's just a few words that I wanted to say about Kathleen at the funeral mass tomorrow. I don't want to intrude, so--
Cass: No. No, I'll see you soon. I'll be at Tops.
Mitch: Does he know about us?
Felicia: No, um, actually I-- I just didn't have the heart to tell him.
Mitch: Why not?
Felicia: Oh, I don't know. It's just hard to tell him such good news when he's just lost somebody he loves so much.
Mitch: Is there a problem?
Felicia: With Cass? No.
Mitch: You're sure?
Felicia: As sure as anything that I have in my life. No, Cass'll be happy for us, it-it's just it'll take a little time, that's all.
Mitch: Well, at least there's one thing I don't have to wait on.
Felicia: What's that?
Mitch: Come here.
Felicia: That you never have to wait for.
Mitch: Well, the only problem is ever finding time to be alone with you.
Felicia: I know, I'm sorry about that, and I'm afraid it's going to be a little more difficult right now.
Mitch: Why, do you mean because of Cass?
Felicia: He needs me a lot right now. You know, it's funny, actually.
Mitch: What is?
Felicia: I feel a lot of strength from you...And love and I have to turn it around and give it to Cass and to the McKinnons.
Mitch: I'll just have to find a way to give you more.
Felicia: I love you...A lot.
Mitch: Wanna prove it?
Felicia: Right here?
Lisa: Felicia, what do you think--
Felicia: Hi, Lisa. Look.
Lisa: Hi. Didn't know you were back.
Mitch: Well, I just got back.
Lisa: I'm sorry. I'm interrupting.
Mitch: No. No. No, you're not. As a matter of fact, I'm just leaving.
Felicia: You're going to go to Mary's place with us, aren't you?
Mitch: Yes, but I'm gonna be there later. I got a call from Mac, I need to see him right away.
Felicia: Can't it wait?
Mitch: No. I'll be there later. You go with Cass.
Felicia: You're sure?
Mitch: I'm positive. Besides I think you're needed here.
Felicia: I'll see ya.
Jamie: If you wanna talk about failed relationships, I seem to remember a few in your past.
Rachel: And I paid for them dearly, each and every one of them. Is that what you're trying to do? Use me as an example?
Jamie: Well, at least you found Mac.
Rachel: By the grace of God. And it always hasn't been easy for us either, it's been touch and go, but he's a good man and he's hung in there for me, and with any luck at all, Lisa will, too. Only she won't if you play hardball with her. You won't have a chance!
Lisa: Jamie, is that you?
Jamie: Lisa, where are you?
Lisa: I'm at Felicia's. Do you think you could meet me at Tops in a little while?
Jamie: What for?
Lisa: I thought maybe dinner.
Jamie: Well, I'm not sure if I'm hungry.
Lisa: Jamie, we have to talk.
Jamie: We've talked before. It gets us nowhere.
Lisa: Maybe this time it will. Please, Jamie, it's important.
Jamie: All right, I'll meet you in a half an hour.
Rachel: Oh, sweetie, don't you see? That was a gesture. She phoned you.
Jamie: Yeah, maybe she wouldn't have if I hadn't gotten tough.
Rachel: Ugh, sometimes you're so bull-headed you remind me of your father.
Jamie: I guess that's why you love me.
Rachel: Don't push it.
Jamie: You don't love me?
Rachel: Of course I love you. Just don't push it with Lisa, ok? Don't push.
Jamie: Thanks, mom.
Rachel: Go get ready.
Jamie: Watch out, Mac, she's a scrapper today.
Mac: So what happened?
Rachel: We were just discussing the merits of hardball. I really have to leave.
Mac: Well, I'll have to meet ya there, I've still got desk work to do.
Mac: Well, it's all right.
Matthew: Mom, dad, have you seen this? It's hand-carved and it's made out of ivory.
Mac: Hey, that's old ivory. That's very expensive. Where'd you get it?
Matthew: Amanda sent it to me from Europe.
Rachel: Amanda sent that to you today?
Matthew: Yeah, it just came by airmail, special delivery.
Mac: Matthew, I think you better leave your mother and me alone for a minute, huh?
Matthew: I can keep it, can't I?
Mac: Worry about it later. Take it to your room now, ok?
Matthew: Can't wait to see what Amanda sends next.
Mac: Me, either.
Rachel: I hope she doesn't expect us to pay for that.
Mac: Look, she loves Matthew. She just bought him a few gifts.
Rachel: Oh, come on, Mac, you saw all of those clothes she bought. I thought you were gonna cancel her credit card.
Mac: Well, she's barely 18, we can't leave her stranded in Europe.
Rachel: Yeah, but she's supposed to be backpacking, not helping to solve the French national debt!
Mac: [Laughs] Jamie's right, you really are on the warpath.
Rachel: Oh, come on, don't try to get around me, you're the one who spoiled her, and I think it's time we set her right.
Becky: What's potluck?
Aida: Potluck is when everybody brings something in a big pot, and the luck part is when you luck out and get to have some dinner.
[Click] Pot...Luck. Cheryl: But ya see, ya gotta be real careful not to say anything to mama and pops about it, ok? 'Cause Cass and Felicia wanna do that.
Cheryl: Ok, it's a deal.
Mary: You and I are perfectly capable of handling it for--
Vince: It is the supper rush, Mary, if I'm not here to help-- wait a minute. Wait a minute, where is everybody? What happened?
Aida: Don't look at me.
Cheryl: Um, I think that there was a baseball game on tonight or something.
Vince: Well, I hate to think what's going to happen during the world series then.
Becky: Here, want me to draw some men for you?
Mary: Oh, is that what you're doing, sweetheart?
Becky: It's Kathleen. Cheryl was showing me a picture of her. See, she's in heaven.
Mary: That's Kathleen.
Becky: I didn't mean to make you sad.
Mary: Oh, sweetheart, no, you didn't, it's just--it's just so beautiful.
Vince: We'll hang it up. We'll put it up in a special place.
Mary: Absolutely. I will go get some scotch tape.
Aida: Let Becky get it, ok?
Cheryl: Come on, Becky.
Becky: I'll get it.
Cheryl: Ooh, there ya go.
Aida: You guys, uh, uh, oughta take a look at this anyway. It came this afternoon.
Vince: What is it?
Mary: It's from Cass and Kathleen.
Felicia: All right, now sit down for just a second, I made you my famous tea.
Lisa: Oh, Felicia, I shouldn't be keeping you. You wanna be with the McKinnons.
Felicia: No, not until I take care of you first. Now come on, sit down. This is gonna calm you down, I promise. Now drink that. Go on, drink.
Lisa: Jamie still sounded angry on the phone.
Felicia: Yes, but he's coming. I mean, that's the important thing.
Lisa: He said he wasn't hungry. Maybe dinner isn't a good idea.
Felicia: But the idea is not dinner. The idea is that you're gonna sit down and you're gonna tell him the truth.
Lisa: What if he doesn't understand?
Felicia: You know, sooner or later you're gonna have to put your faith in somebody else's love, and I think that's Jamie, now don't you?
Lisa: I still-I still feel ashamed.
Felicia: Lisa, honey, you know, the more you can talk about this, the more you can share what you're feeling, the sooner the healing process will begin.
Lisa: It's just that for so long I couldn't tell anybody what I'd done and--
Felicia: Lisa, you didn't do anything. Someone forced themselves on you. This is not your fault and you are not to be blamed for it.
Lisa: I need to tell Jamie. I-I haven't been fair to him.
Felicia: You haven't been fair to yourself. You'll see, everything is going to work out.
Mitch: I just saw your maid, she let me in, she said you were on your way to the McKinnons.
Rachel: Yes, I am. Oh, Mac had to stay and work for Brava. Is that why you're here?
Mitch: Well, that and to see Matthew, I just got into town.
Rachel: He'll be delighted.
Matthew: Mitch, I thought I saw your car.
Mitch: Hi, son, how ya doing? I thought you'd be watching the ball game.
Matthew: Are you kidding? I been looking at all those pictures you took at the plane crash in Alaska. They're awesome.
Mitch: Just a case of being in the right place at the right time.
Rachel: Oh, it was more than that, and you know it.
Matthew: Well, I can't wait to tell all the guys in school you took 'em. You should win an award or something.
Mitch: I'd settle for dinner.
Rachel: Well, why don't you stay and have dinner with Matthew? We won't be here.
Matthew: Can you?
Mitch: Sure. Thanks.
Rachel: Well, it looks like we're gonna be losing a photographer.
Mitch: What do you mean?
Rachel: I'm sorry, didn't you know?
Mitch: Know what?
Rachel: Well, Mac--well, he's gonna give you a chance to do a hard news assignment.
Mitch: You're kidding me.
Rachel: Yeah, it's just a test, but you've done so well with everything else I'm sure you're gonna do this one really well.
Mitch: Well, uh, that's just a case of, uh, your giving me good assignments.
Rachel: You're a good photographer. Anyway, we'll miss you in the Art department.
Lisa: Hi... I just got here myself. Our table's ready if you want to sit down.
Jamie: That's a good idea. Unless you'd prefer to tell me what's on your mind right here.
Lisa: I think we better sit down.
Jamie: Ok. I'm not on call tonight, but my beeper could go off at any minute if there's an emergency.
Lisa: I know that.
Jamie: I just mean, that you should just say what you have to say before I... get called away.
Lisa: I'm trying, Jamie. I'm really trying.
Jamie: And I appreciate that. So far things are still the same, so if you wanna talk... We should get started.
Lisa: All right... I thought about what you said, how I should meet you halfway.
Jamie: All I meant was that I just wanna know what's going on.
Lisa: And I wanna tell you. No...I'm going to tell you... Here tonight.
Felicia: Ok, we're here. This place is closed.
Aida: It's about time, too. Where's Rachel?
Wally: You mean she's not here yet?
Vince: What's going on?
Mary: Are you here for dinner?
Cass: No, actually we brought dinner.
Becky: It's called a pot luck.
Felicia: Actually, the chef at Tops whipped something up.
Wally: Yeah, for all of us.
Aida: I'll go turn off the front lights.
Mary: Great, Aida.
Vince: Whose idea was this.
Cass: Felicia's, of course.
Felicia: I only called a few people, Vince. I just know with Kathleen's funeral mass tomorrow that a few friends might help you get through the night.
Mary: That is so dear of you, and we really appreciate it.
Cass: Where should we put this stuff down anyway?
Aida: Oh, put it on the bar, we'll have a buffet.
Vince: And I'll open the bar.
Cass: Now you're talking. After you, Vince. Wally, what do you say to a few Philippine pistons?
Felicia: Oh, don't you dare. And tonight for a vigil to remember the good times we'll-- we'll toast Kathleen with some good Irish whiskey, huh?
Felicia: And maybe say a few prayers.
Aida: And remember her forever.
Mary: And she'll even help us with that tonight.
Cass: What do you mean by that?
Mary: Your package got here.
Cass: What package?
Mary: [Tapping] this package. We can't read the post mark.
Cass: Oh, Kathleen must've sent this, I-I don't have the slightest idea what it is.
Cheryl: Why don't we open it?
Mary: Well, maybe we better not.
Cass: No. No, I'm as curious as anybody else to see what's in there, go ahead. Let's open it, it's ok, yeah.
Cheryl: Ok...Let's go. All right. Let's open--oh, it's a box full of presents. Looks like this one's for you.
Cass: So that's what she did.
Mary: What do you mean?
Cass: Kathleen bought gifts for everybody, and she was afraid that I'd rifle through all the gifts to find out what she got for me. So I guess this was her way of keeping me from finding out, which everybody--
Becky: Can I open mine?
Vince: Oh, I think you better wait and open 'em later, ok?
Cass: No, Vince, I--I think tonight's the perfect time to open 'em. In fact, Kathleen said that she wanted everyone around when I opened mine.
Wally: Well, I say we do it... For Kathleen.
Vince: For Kathleen, all right.
Cass: All right, well, get back everybody, come on, push back because I wanna take a peek at this first. You know what kind of a comedian she thought I was.
Vince: She could embarrass a grown man from the day she took her first step.
Cass: Could she ever.
Felicia: There you go.
Aida: What is that?
Cass: This is my dress.
Mary: Your what?
Cass: Oh, it's a long story.
Wally: It's another Krystal lake episode.
Cass: No. No, please, nothing like that, uh, no, this is, uh, when we were in India and, uh, Kathleen wanted to make a pilgrimage to the Ashram of-- you ready for this-- Babmidiwanda, a great Hindu teacher.
Felicia: I've heard of him.
Cass: Oh, yeah, well you would. He's--no, actually, he's one of the great Sidas, and Baba lived about 50 miles away from the nearest anything, which of course we didn't know at the time, and Kathleen, feeling particularly romantic, decided that we were going to hike there.
Felicia: On foot?
Cass: Yeah, with backpacks and, uh, and clothes and everything.
Wally: Except enough food?
Cass: Except enough food and ultimately except enough clothing.
Vince: Is this the dress part?
Cass: Yeah, right, um, the second night out we were starving and it started to rain, so this took care of our thirst, and of course, I took off all my clothes and danced.
Felicia: Yeah, of course.
Cass: And that's when the flash flood hit.
Wally: You know, this sounds like the good old days.
Cass: So by the time we got to higher ground, there was Kathleen with her backpack, and there was me naked. I didn't have a thing to wear.
Mary: So she sewed two of her dresses together for you.
Cass: That's it exactly, so that I wouldn't insult Babmidiwanda.
Vince: Now wait a minute. You actually got to see this man?
Cass: He took one look at me and he said [Indian accent] "you have a very happy marriage, but you have a lousy seamstress for a wife."
Felicia: And what did he say to Kathleen?
Cass: Oh, he looked her up and down and said, "you have a fool for a husband."
Vince: We knew that.
Cass: But then he said,
[Indian accent] "don't worry because fools get to heaven before..."
Cass: Oh... He said they always... Get to heaven before all of us. I had forgotten that part.
Becky: What's the matter? I like that story.
Cass: So do I, sweetheart. So do I. Come on, everybody, let's lighten up, huh? Kathleen was a fool, too. She married me, didn't she?
Felicia: You're right about that, and she is in heaven.
Cass: Of course she is. She's probably sewing wings on angels even as we speak, isn't that right, Becky?
Jamie: Are you all right?
Lisa: [Sighs] yeah. No. I'm-- I just don't know where to start.
Jamie: Lisa, if this has anything to do with me--
Lisa: No! No, it has nothing to do with you. It was a long time ago.
Jamie: Before Glaser?
Lisa: Yes...It was long before him. It was someone else, someone my mother knew. Oh, no, look what I've done.
Jamie: Lisa, Lisa, Lisa, it's ok, Lisa, Lisa, it's ok. It's me Jamie, you can tell me anything, and I'll understand.
Lisa: Jamie, this is the hardest thing I've ever had to do.
Jamie: Lisa, sit down. Now listen to me, I want you take a deep breath...Come on. Now let it out... And start from the beginning.
Lisa: I can't.
Jamie: Yes, you can.
Lisa: I can't.
Jamie: Yes, you can... For both our sakes.
Lisa: It was a long time ago.
Jamie: How long?
Lisa: I was 14. I thought that I'd put it all behind me, that it didn't matter anymore, and then when Glaser kidnapped me--
Jamie: Yes... When he kidnapped you? Lisa, you say he didn't do anything.
Lisa: No, he didn't. He just--he reminded me of when I was 14--
Jamie: Lisa, what's the matter? Are you worried that someone's going to recognize you?
Lisa: Well, there's been a lot of publicity lately, you know--
Jamie: No, you're right. This place is much too crowded.
Lisa: Yeah, maybe if we could go somewhere else.
Jamie: Where we can be alone?
Jamie: Lisa, if you need me to hold onto you, I will. I just wanna help.
Lisa: Maybe if we go for a walk.
Jamie: How 'bout to the beach? You could change into some jeans and stop by my place so I could change.
Lisa: No, I don't want you to go through all that trouble--
Jamie: There's supposed to be a full moon out tonight. We could sit at the water's edge and watch--
Lisa: No, Jamie, maybe we should just stay here.
Jamie: We could even go swimming.
Lisa: No... I don't like to swim at night.
Jamie: Ok, it's ok. We don't have to go to the lake. Maybe you'd--maybe you'd rather go riding. How 'bout that?
Lisa: Yes, that sounds nice.
Jamie: Good. Good. Why don't you go and change? Come on, hurry up, and I'll wait for you right here, ok?
Lisa: Ok, I won't be long.
Jamie: Lisa... Everything's gonna work out.
Mary: Oh [laughs] it's a pot holder with mamacita written on it.
Felicia: Read the card.
Mary: "Dear mama, I hear you're living at home now. This might help you to handle pop Stanford. Just remember his bark is worse than his bite. Love, Kathleen."
Vince: Mm. I guess that explains this, huh?
Aida: I'm the one who shoulda gotten the pot holder. I have to work in the kitchen next to this guy.
Cheryl: What did you get, Becky?
Becky: Ear muffs.
Cheryl: Aw, let's see what the card says.
Cheryl: "Dear Becky, these are good for thunderstorms. Love, Kathleen."
Mary: Oh. [Laughs]
Felicia: Hey, it was a good idea that you had everybody open up the presents. It was.
Cass: I can't believe she kept that dress.
Felicia: I know it hurts.
Rachel: I hope we're not late.
Mary: Oh, you're just in time, we were just thinking about starting to eat. Well, everything so far has been just wonderful.
Mac: If there's anything we can do to help--
Vince: You don't know how much good you've done just--just being here, Mac.
Vince: Hey, Father Dunn, come on in here.
Father Dunn: I thought you might like to say a prayer for Kathleen tonight.
Vince: That's a good idea, father.
Vince: I called the station house, talked to Captain Delaney again.
Mary: Has anybody heard from M.J.?
Vince: I just hope we can find her before the funeral.
Mary: After she's just gone through having her wedding canceled, how do we tell her this?
Mac: It's so hard to find the right words, but you're always in our hearts.
Mary: Oh, we know that.
Vince: Mac, tonight actions speak so much louder than words.
Mac: In times like these, you become so aware how much you all mean to us.
Rachel: I just hope Wally can help Cass. He seems so low.
Mary: Cass has got to stop blaming himself.
Felicia: Got it Aida?
Aida: Yep, go.
Felicia: Did ya have some cake?
Mitch: No, and I'm not gonna be able to stay, I've got an assignment.
Felicia: You have to work tonight? You know I'm gonna give Mac Cory a piece of my mind.
Mitch: No, you're not, just take it easy, this is a news assignment, ok? This could be a big break.
Felicia: When do you think you'll be home?
Mitch: I don't know, but I'll call, and I'll let you know.
Felicia: All right, I wish you could stay. I do understand.
Mitch: I think maybe it's a time you could maybe help Cass out. Looks like he could need it.
Felicia: I know, I just--
Felicia: I just wish you needed me a little.
Felicia: [Laughs] huh.
Wally: Where's he off to?
Felicia: With that one, who knows?
[Sighs] I love him, I do know that. How's Cass doing?
Wally: [Whispering] I'm really worried, Felicia. He just seems so low.
Felicia: We've gotta do something, Wally, I just don't know what.
Cass: Excuse me, everybody, I'd like to say a few words here, if I may. I was sitting over there in the corner moping, and then I started thinking how much Kathleen would've loved this night. She missed her family and her friends very, very much. Over the last few weeks, we often talked about what this night would be like. She was really looking forward to coming home. Whenever Kathleen talked of home, a special brightness came into her eyes. She was a light in all our lives. I'm not, uh, I'm not very good with prayers, but the light that was Kathleen McKinnon Winthrop will never go out...If we keep it burning in our hearts. So let's do that together. Let's keep her light burning in our hearts forever.
Jamie: I'm here. You remember that. I'm always here.
Lisa: I appreciate that.
Jamie: And for you... I might even make house calls.
Jamie: You know Lisa here? Well, I love her! Huh?
Lisa: Felicia, remember Jamie Frame? I fell in love with him.
Jamie: Mac, mom...Your son... Loves Lisa Grady... With all his heart. More than life itself.
Lisa: Yes, can I have the number for the bus station, please?
Jamie: Ahem, excuse me, could I have the bar phone, please?
Jamie: Thank you.
Lisa: And the next bus is half an hour from now? Ok, thank you.
Jamie: She must be on the phone. Maybe I'll just go down there. Listen, keep the change.
[Knocking at door]
[Knocking on door]
Jamie: Lisa, it's Jamie.
[Knocking on door]
Jamie: Lisa, are you in there?
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