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Another World Transcript Wednesday 7/16/03
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Wally: I say we have another round.
Felicia: Right, we deserve it.
Cass: Wait a second now. You guys do not have to spend the night with me.
Felicia: We want to.
Cass: But I think there's a definite possibility that I may become morose and disgusting.
Wally: What's different about that? You see, he's laughing. You do need us, Cass.
Felicia: I know you probably feel that everything is over.
Cass: Pretty much.
Felicia: Well, it's not. Life will go on, I promise you that, and good things will happen again because we're gonna make them happen together.
Jamie: You can't get away from me, Lisa, you shoulda known that!
Lisa: You followed me?
Jamie: Of course I did! You think I'd let this go? I love you!
Lisa: Well, what do you want me to do?
Jamie: Tell me the truth! I'm not leaving here until you do.
Lisa: Jamie, I'm sorry, but--
Jamie: I don't care. I don't care. I just want you to be honest with me and tell me what's wrong.
Lisa: I wish I could.
Jamie: You can... And I'll help you.
Lisa: You shouldn't have followed me.
Jamie: I can't think about a life without you, Lisa. I'm not leaving. I'm taking a leave from the hospital, I'm gonna lose contact with my family and my friends, but I'm not leaving here until you tell me what this is all about. That's what I've decided.
Lisa: You can't do that.
Jamie: Oh, yes, I can and I will because you're not running away from me anymore.
Lisa: I'm not running away from you.
Jamie: What do you call this?
Lisa: I'm running away from myself.
Lisa: Because I hate myself, I hate what I am.
Jamie: Lisa, come on and tell me what this is all about. Come on.
Lisa: No... I told you there are things about me you don't know.
Jamie: That's what I'm here for, to find out.
Lisa, aren't you tired of doing this? No matter what happens, aren't you tired of doing this?
Lisa: I'm very tired.
Jamie: Then let me help you. Tell me what you feel. I love you. I love you so much.
Lisa: You can't love someone you don't really know.
Jamie: Is that what you think? You think that I really don't know you?
Lisa: I think if I told you everything about me, you'd walk away and never come back.
Cass: I had no idea that losing anyone in your life could create such a hole, you know?
Felicia: Well, that's what love does, honey.
Cass: Love. I never expected to love Kathleen. Ever.
Cass: She was too, I don't know, aggressive. She was too much of an operator.
Felicia: Too much like you, you mean.
(They all laugh)
Cass: I know we've said it before, but we've all been through some times, eh?
Felicia: We've been through them together. Hey, listen, do you remember when you stopped that highway from going right through the middle of the Northwest end? Remember that?
Cass: Oh, yeah, the state senator's wife.
Wally: Cass, would you have really told her husband?
Cass: That she was on intimate terms with the entire Bayside Escort Service? Oh, I don't know, maybe, maybe not. It all seems like such a long time ago.
Wally: I don't know, Tony the tuna sure manages to stick in my mind well enough.
Felicia: Please, that awful New Year's eve night.
Cass: When Krystal lake was unmasked finally or should I say unwigged? If only I'd known, I was just standing there.
Wally: Cass, I tried to tell you.
Felicia: He tried to tell you.
Wally: Now, Cass--
Wally: Level with me, how much money did you really owe Tony the tuna?
Cass: I don't remember. I only remember what he had Rocco do to me after he found out who I really was.
Felicia: You know, I forgot all about Rocco.
Cass: Ooh, I didn't.
[New York accent] hey, Rocco...
Cass: Yo. Kathleen took care of me that night, kissed all my boo-boos and made me feel better.
Felicia: Well, we're gonna make you feel better now.
Wally: Hey, wait a minute, I ain't kissing nobody's boo-boos. No how!
Felicia: Well, see, obviously you're among friends. That's exactly where you belong.
Mary: What? What's the matter?
Vince: I wanted to hold you like that for so long, and I don't know if tonight's the night.
Vince: Think maybe I wanna be by myself.
Mary: You're just not used to having someone to lean on.
Mary: See, see, the thing is... I, uh, I don't think I can be alone right now, and I can't share this with anyone except with you, and I just can't face tomorrow.
Vince: Uh-huh... I haven't been in her room since Cass told us that she was gone.
Mary: Yeah, I understand, I couldn't sleep there last night.
Vince: No, I was just there just a while ago. It's still the same. It's got her poetry books there, a stereo that she saved up for, and that little thing that she couldn't go to sleep without.
Mary: The teddy bear.
Vince: Mm-hmm. Ooh, was that beaten up, but she couldn't just throw it out.
[Sighs] I couldn't face any of it. I mean, I couldn't-- I couldn't look at it. I think of myself as a pretty tough old bird, and I couldn't look... At a beaten-up teddy bear.
Vince: Uhh! Ok, I'm crying. Are ya satisfied? Whoa.
Mary: Well, I could never trust a man who didn't know how to cry.
Vince: Uh-huh, well, it's too bad you can't remember your old man.
Mary: Why, did he cry a lot?
Vince: Are you kidding? At the national anthem, card tricks, and swimming meet.
Mary: I didn't tell you I found a picture of him.
Mary: In one of the old albums. He reminded me of you.
Vince: Hmm...Yeah, there's similarities, I guess. Everybody said that he was awfully good-looking.
Mary: Do you know what I think I'm going to do?
Mary: I think I'm gonna go downstairs and make a large pot of tea.
Mary: Why? I don't know... Because Deborah Kerr always did it in the movies.
Vince: I don't want any tea. I want you to stay here. Don't leave me. Come over here, you know. Don't leave me.
Cass: You know, thinking about Tony the tuna and Krystal lake makes me realize that I was, you know, I was falling in love with Kathleen during that time.
Felicia: I know that.
Wally: I knew it, too. The only person who didn't know it was you.
Felicia: You gotta hand it to a woman who falls in love with a woman while he's wearing a dress.
Cass: I like that one.
Felicia: Thank you.
Wally: For a while there I thought Tony the tuna was gonna beat her to the punch.
Cass: You thought? You remember the time I went down to Smiley's to tryout the disguise and Tony was there?
Felicia: As I recall he was quite taken with you.
Cass: Smitten! He was absolutely smitten. He wanted to come up to my room with me. I had to come up with some lame excuse and beat it outta there pronto. As I recall you were waiting upstairs, Wally.
Wally: Cass, I'll never forget the look on your face. I thought he had broken a nail or something.
Felicia: You know one thing about you, darling?
Felicia: You never could really deal with a crisis directly.
Cass: I couldn't?
Wally: Cass, you mean you've never noticed that about yourself?
Cass: Are you sure--I always think I do.
Felicia: You know, that is one of the things I love about you. Being nefarious just sort of comes so naturally to you.
Cass: Oh, man, how am I gonna deal with this one?
Felicia: Hey, you know what I think Kathleen would say?
Cass: No, I wish I did.
Felicia: All right, I'm gonna tell you. I think she would say to you, "don't you dare, Cass Winthrop, become some self-pitying, grieving widower instead of being that self-centered opportunist that I love so much." She loved you for what you are. I'd say you were a very lucky man.
Jamie: I love you no matter what. Why are you so afraid to look at me?
Lisa: Because you don't know the whole story.
Jamie: Oh, obviously, that's why I'm here.
Lisa: He wanted--
Lisa: Yes. He wanted...To have me.
Lisa: I kept trying to talk my way out of it.
Lisa: I told him I knew he didn't want to hurt me and that would hurt me a lot.
Jamie: Did he buy that?
Lisa: For a while. Then he noticed this locket that I was wearing, and he opened it, and your picture was in it.
Jamie: What did he do?
Lisa: He went wild. He came after me like an animal.
Jamie: Lisa, is this what it's all about? That my picture caused this to happen?
Lisa: No. No.
Jamie: If it is, I would understand that.
Lisa: No, Jamie, it's not you, it's me.
Jamie: But you just said that--
Lisa: I was scared. He was coming after me. I suddenly heard myself telling him the truth.
Jamie: What truth?
Lisa: I must've blocked it out. I--I wish I was still blocking it out.
Jamie: I'm glad you didn't because whatever you said stopped Glaser from raping you.
Lisa: It stopped him all right.
Jamie: What is it? Tell me.
Lisa: I told him...That I wasn't what he thought I was.
Jamie: Which means?
Lisa: I told him I wasn't a virgin.
Jamie: Lisa, I wouldn't expect of you what I wouldn't expect of myself.
Lisa: No, you don't understand.
Jamie: I don't care, Lisa, if you've been with other men.
Lisa: Oh. Uhh.
Lisa: Jamie, you're the first boyfriend I've ever had.
Jamie: Well, now I'm confused.
Lisa: You mean so much to me because you showed me that I could trust a man again... After...
Jamie: After what? What do you mean?
Lisa: I was 14 when it happened. I felt ashamed and dirty.
Jamie: Happened? We're not talking about a boyfriend, are we?
Lisa: I was raped.
Felicia: Wally, gimme another hit of that.
Wally: You want another pull? Ok, you say when.
Felicia: That's it, that's it.
Cass: Wally, ahem, here, Wally.
Felicia: I couldn't get mad at you tonight if I tried.
Cass: There was a time that wasn't true.
Felicia: Never. You're my friend...Always. You're both my friends.
Cass: Yeah, this was before we were friends. This was when we, um...
Cass: When I was...
Wally: What? What? What?
Felicia: He rumpled my bed clothes.
Cass: She always was very particular about the covers.
Felicia: This man could actually wrinkle silken satin sheets.
Cass: Could I ever.
Wally: I'll bet you can't say that 10 times real fast.
Felicia: I bet I can.
Wally: No you can't. Try.
Felicia: Silken satin sheets. Silken satin sheets. Silken satin sheets! Silken satin sheets! Sh--sh--aaah!
Cass: We did have an impetuous affair with her curl, there's no doubt about--do you remember the last night?
Felicia: Ugh, we're lucky we survived the last night.
Cass: Wally, this woman is so beautiful and so exciting when she gets angry.
Wally: Oh, I know, I know, I know.
Cass: And this night... She was very angry.
Mary: [Sighs] oh, I knew there was a reason I came in here. I need you so much.
Vince: Oh, this-- I don't know if this is fair.
Mary: Don't think about it. Don't think about anything.
Vince: Is this when you'll slap me in the face, hmm?
Mary: Am I doing that?
Vince: Oh, we have been through such a lousy time.
Mary: Is that a reason for us not to be together?
Vince: Oh, I don't think that you really... feel sorry for me.
Mary: Well, of course I feel sorry for you. I feel sorry for me, too. What kind of a person would I be if I didn't?
Vince: Well, things have been going ok for us lately. I don't know if this is the time to confuse the issue, you know?
Mary: I'm not confused. I'm here because I want to be.
Vince: Oh...I want you, Mary.
Mary: Don't say anything else, please.
Mary: Were you always so gentle?
Vince: I don't know. I never thought about it.
Vince: I'm still not so sure whether this is, you know, a good idea. I think--
Mary: [Sighs] all I know is I need you more than I have ever needed anyone in my whole life.
Vince: I'm here for you. I always was.
Mary: I know that.
Vince: Mary... It has been a long, long time.
Cass: Wally, now that Mitch is here, um, I think you should liberate another bottle of this stuff.
Wally: That's a golden idea.
Cass: In fact... Why don't I help you? Excuse us.
Mitch: Mm-hmm. You've gotten loaded, haven't you?
Felicia: No, I-I'm fine. Really. Ahem, so, tell me, how did, uh, how did your assignment go?
Mitch: Well, actually, there's nothing to tell.
Felicia: Oh, it didn't happen?
Mitch: Well, not exactly like I thought it might.
Felicia: Oh. What's this?
Mitch: Well, this is the reason why I came over here, as a matter of fact. I was gonna bring you this.
Felicia: I love presents.
Mitch: Well, this is something that I got in Alaska. I thought it might cheer you up, but I can see you're already pretty cheery.
Felicia: No, this is just, you know, putting on a good face for Cass, you know?
Felicia: I don't know how he's gonna get by without Kathleen. We're so busy trying to cheer him up, the truth is I feel pretty lousy about this myself.
Mitch: Well, here.
Felicia: You are sweet. Thank you.
Felicia: Listen, maybe we shouldn't do this now, ok?
Mitch: Ok, I'll tell ya what, why don't you talk to Cass, and I'll be in my room.
Felicia: So far I hate this idea.
Mitch: Well, I'm not through. I'll be in my room waiting for you.
Felicia: That's a very good idea.
Mitch: You take care of Cass.
Felicia: Right, and then you can take care of me.
Cass: Where's Mr. Wonderful going?
Felicia: He was afraid he might be horning in.
Cass: Oh, honey, I didn't mean to give that impression.
Felicia: You didn't, huh?
Cass: No! No, come on, listen, you guys don't have to baby-sit for me tonight either, you know. I'm ok.
Felicia: I know that. You know, I thought of something while we were reminiscing. Something else.
Felicia: Something you said to me when Zane died.
Cass: What did I say?
Felicia: You told me that life goes on whether I like it or not.
Cass: And you believed me?
Cass: See, I shoulda kept my big mouth shut.
Felicia: What I wanna tell you is that you were right. I'll never forget Zane. Not for as long as I live, but my life did go on.
Cass: Are you happy now?
Felicia: I have my career, I have this place, I have you, I have all my friends. I would say that I'm supremely happy. Life goes on, Cass, and I will see you in the morning. Ok.
Jamie: Can you talk about it now?
Lisa: I--I was shy when I was a kid. I didn't have many friends.
Lisa: Um, he was a friend of my mother's. He was always coming to visit her.
Jamie: Lisa, you don't have to go on here.
Jamie: You don't have to go on.
Lisa: It was a long time ago, but it still feels like yesterday. That night...I came home and he and my mother were in the kitchen laughing and whispering. I didn't wanna stay in the house anymore, so I went for a walk. I went across the bridge down to the river.
Lisa: I looked up and he was standing there... He wouldn't let me get away. He just kept--he just kept touching me and--and he-- he ma--he just wouldn't let-- he wouldn't stop! I--I just wa--he--
Jamie: It's ok, it's ok. It's ok. He had no right... And you should never have gone through that.
Lisa: I didn't know what to do. I never felt so alone.
Jamie: Did you tell anybody?
Lisa: How could I do that?
Jamie: Because what he did was a crime.
Lisa: What about what I did?
Lisa: Jamie, he said he knew I liked it when he paid attention to me. He said I wanted him to do that to me!
Jamie: No. No, but you didn't. No woman does.
Lisa: But, Jamie, I must've done something! I always smiled when he talked to me.
Jamie: So what? That doesn't mean you were asking to be raped.
Lisa: Jamie, it's me!
Lisa: I must do something. Why would Glaser pick me?
Jamie: I can't answer that.
Lisa: Well, it's a pretty odd coincidence.
Jamie: It's still just a coincidence, Lisa. None of that was your fault.
Lisa: Jamie, I have visions. I was raped. Glaser killed women because of me!
Jamie: Lisa... I never thought it would be possible for you to get me to understand why you've been acting this way.
Lisa: And now you do.
Lisa: Jamie, I love you too much to mess up your life. So there's another bus soon, and you can catch that I'm sure.
Jamie: I hate buses... And I love you.
Lisa: Jamie, I just told you.
Jamie: So you have visions. So you've had some pretty rotten luck. Doesn't make any difference to me.
Lisa: But what if--what if something happens to you?
Jamie: I'll take my chances. It's better than living without you.
Jamie: Come here. I love you so much, Lisa, and I am so sorry those things happened to you, but things are gonna be different now, I promise.
Mitch: I missed you.
Felicia: Did you?
Mitch: A lot.
Felicia: I missed you a lot, too. I hope you don't have to go away again.
Felicia: I know. Photojournalists travel all over the world, I know that. Hey, I've got it. Why don't you specialize in photographing only Bay City? That way, you could sort of use it as your trademark.
Mitch: I'm sorry that you were left alone.
Felicia: It's just-- it's been hard trying to keep a stiff upper lip for Cass, you know?
Mitch: I know.
Felicia: I miss her, too.
Felicia: Yeah. She's a funny kid. She was one of those people that never knew how great she was. She was always just a little bit insecure. I thought that when she and Cass got married that, well, it would all be over for her. Oh, boy, they didn't have any time at all.
Mitch: I'm sorry.
Felicia: You know, they wasted a lot of time: They fought all the time. They didn't see each other. I look at Cass, I know exactly that's what he's thinking.
Mitch: Well, at least he has you for a friend.
Felicia: And...I have you.
Felicia: I'll make a deal with you. Let's not have any stupid fights or not waste any time, ok?
Mitch: It's a deal.
Felicia: Great. What?
Mitch: In the meantime--
Mitch: When I saw this--
Mitch: I couldn't help... Getting it for you.
Mary: What are you thinking?
Vince: [Laughs] that I love you very much. I assume that doesn't come as a surprise to you, huh?
Mary: Guess not.
Mary: Where are you going?
Vince: Uh, gonna open the window a little. Get some air.
Vince: [Sighs] ugh, I remember when I worked at that factory. Oh, I hated that job. Oh, I worked-- I worked the 3:00 to 11:00 shift, got home here about midnight, came in, you and the kids were in bed. I'd sit down and read the paper for a while then get up, check on the kids. And I'd go into Cheryl, put the blanket on Cheryl, go into little Ben, take the comic book out from under his blanket where he'd been reading it with a flash light... And then Kathleen... She always left the light on, so [pop] turn the light off, and M.J.--M.J. was always up. So I'd say, M.J., go to bed, and...I'd come in to you.
Mary: And I'd wait up for you?
Vince: Well, you tried, you tried, but, you know, chasing 4 kids is hard work. I'd stand here and look at ya for a minute... And then I'd come over to the window, look out at that factory, and I'd think, "hey, so what if I hate that job. Pays for the house and it feeds the family I love. I'm a lucky man." Then I would...get undressed, crawl in the bed with you. And sometimes you would reach out and you weren't even awake.
Vince: The memory of those nights...Used to drive me crazy when you were gone.
Mary: I'm sorry.
Vince: I was so angry I guess when you came back because of that because I didn't--I didn't want to need anybody that much.
Mary: I need you.
Vince: Isn't that something? I mean, here we are... After all this time. You are...right where you were meant to be.
Mary: Come back to bed.
Mary: Where are you going?
Vince: I'm gonna check on the kids.
Mary: I'm sure they're fine.
Vince: Do you know this is one of the saddest nights of my life... And you made me remember something.
Vince: That I'm a lucky man... Still.
Jamie: I hope you're not sorry that you told me about this.
Lisa: Not so far.
Jamie: You know, it's gonna be a beautiful day tomorrow.
Lisa: I didn't check the weather.
Jamie: You get a good night's sleep. Ok? And I'll be right here when you wake up, and the sun will be shining, and we'll make a brand-new start.
Lisa: What's the last line of that Hemingway book? "Wouldn't it be pretty to think so."
Jamie: All of those awful memories will burn away in the sun. We'll get past this. I promise.
Mary: How are Cheryl and Becky?
Vince: You were right. They're fine. Cheryl still kicks the blanket off. You're still here.
Mary: Did you think I wouldn't be?
Vince: I don't know. Unh! Ahh, uhh! Ohh! I stopped by Kathleen's room again.
Mary: Yeah. I figured you did.
Vince: We made a beautiful daughter. I don't know how I'm gonna say good-bye to her tomorrow.
Mary: Me, either.
Vince: Ohh! I am so glad that you are here tonight.
Mary: Would you hold me, please?
Vince: Hmm, get over here. I'm gonna tell you one more thing.
Vince: I never stopped loving you... Not for one minute. Hmm. Hmm.
Felicia: Ahh! I--I really-- I'm overwhelmed. I... I-I-I'm at a total loss for words. What?
Mitch: It's a totem pole.
Felicia: Yes. Yes. I just--I thought those were so much bigger. No?
Mitch: Well, the original was, the ones that they make, uh, they're much bigger. This is just a replica.
Felicia: Oh, I see. You know what's so interesting about this gift is that I don't have one of these.
Mitch: Well, I figured that.
Felicia: Can I ask you a question?
Felicia: Oh, uh... Now, I don't want you to think for a second that I don't adore this, because I do, but... why would you buy me this?
Mitch: This is not just a souvenir.
Felicia: No. I know that. I'm sure this is like a--a piece of real Americana, right?
Mitch: Yes, it is. I mean, the Alaskan Indians, they put it in front of their homes for protection.
Felicia: Right. I guess they didn't have a lot of drop-in company, huh?
Mitch: I knew it. I knew it. Matthew told me you were not going to like this.
Felicia: No, no, that's not true. No! Matthew is wrong. I love this. I do. I love it. But, you know, Mitch, I do have you for protection.
Mitch: I won't always be here, you know.
Felicia: I was afraid you'd say that.
Mitch: I have to work sometimes.
Felicia: I know. So, you're saying that I would use this for protection when you're on assignment?
Mitch: Well, I would hope that when I'm on assignment that that's all you would use for protection and company.
Felicia: And when you're not on assignment...
Mitch: When I'm not on assignment, I'll be here.
Mitch: What is it?
Felicia: The eyes. I think they're staring at us. Just a second. So... How was your trip? Huh?
Cass: It's too bad Felicia couldn't go the distance with us. I guess she just wanted to get to bed.
Wally: Yeah, I guess that was it. Cheers!
Cass: Cheers, Wally. Thanks for being around today.
Wally: Where else was I gonna be?
Cass: I've had some rough days, but this one... You see, I thought that she and I were gonna grow old together.
Wally: I know, Cass.
Cass: How strange, Wally. Tomorrow, after the funeral mass, people are going to stop talking about her.
Wally: Cass. Cass! Now, that's not true. Do you have any plans?
Cass: Oh, I've got plans that just about get me through the funeral mass. After that, I haven't the slightest idea what I'm gonna do.
Wally: Why don't you ask Felicia? She'll tell you.
Cass: She wants me to stay in Bay City, of course.
Wally: Well, all your friends are here.
Cass: So are lots of memories.
Wally: Cass, you can go anywhere-- you can go to the moon and there are going to be memories.
Wally: Hey, look. You have to start over, right? Why not let it be here?
Cass: I don't know, Wally. The road's looking awful good.
Wally: Cass, do you know what Felicia would say if she heard you talking like that?
Wally: Do you know what I would say if I heard you talking like that? Now, your place is right here!
Cass: Look, I got to get out of here because, uh, I would hate to do the funeral with a hangover, you know.
Wally: Cass, please, just remember what I said. Your place is here with us.
Cass: Good night, Wally. You're the best, Wally.
Jamie: How did you find this place?
Lisa: Well, my father brought me here once.
Jamie: Your mom stayed home?
Lisa: Mm-hmm. We had such a good time.
Jamie: Well, you're gonna have a good time again.
Lisa: I hope so.
Jamie: We could rent some horses and go for long rides. And you won't have to talk about anything you don't want to talk about.
Lisa: You're so nice to me.
Jamie: I love you. I love you just as much as I ever did.
Lisa: Thank you.
Jamie: Hey, you're not supposed to say thank you to someone who just told you they loved you.
Lisa: I mean--I mean for understanding.
Jamie: I told you I would. Now get some sleep.
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