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Another World Transcript Wednesday 8/27/03
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Cass: I'll sneeze when I hear one.
Wallingford: Ow! Oh!
Cass: What was that?
Wallingford: Oh! I bumped into one of those stupid boxes.
Cass: No, no, not that. I heard something.
Wallingford: Probably a rat.
Cass: Shh. Listen.
Wallingford: Cass, all I hear is the rain on the roof.
Cass: I guess you're right.
Wallingford: It's coming down heavy, isn't it?
Cass: Ok, come on. Let's get out of here before the driver leaves us stranded.
M.J.: So Chad tells me you're going to stay in Bay City.
Dawn: I just hope I don't get in everyone's way.
Scott: Hey, how could you possibly get in anyone's way?
M.J.: Uh-oh. Dawn, watch out for this one, ok?
Chad: I think that's what big brothers are for, don't you?
M.J.: Anyway, if you need anything, please call me.
Scott: Or me. What? I mean to call me if she needs to call me.
Chad: Hey, what do you say we get a carafe of wine? A toast to Dawn.
M.J.: Ok. Oh, I'll--I'll go, too.
Scott: M.J. is a really nice girl. I'm sure you're going to like her a lot.
Dawn: I'm-I'm sorry. Were you talking to me? I'm sorry.
Scott: Look, Dawn, I understand what you're going through. Believe me, you don't have to try to pretend, ok?
Dawn: I don't know. It's just been so hard, you know? I mean, I didn't even know my mom. I'm not even-- I'm not sure how I'm supposed to...
Adam: Hey, Scott. I'm glad I found you.
Adam: Listen, I got some things I got to give back to Zack. You think you could get them to him by tomorrow morning?
Scott: Sure thing.
Scott: This is Dawn Rollo. Adam Cory.
Adam: Rollo? You're not Chad's sister, are you?
M.J.: Hi, Adam.
Adam: M.J. Chad... Scott here was just introducing me to your sister.
Chad: Dawn, this is Adam Cory.
Dawn: Hi. Nice to meet you.
Dawn: Why don't you join us?
Adam: Uh...No, thanks. Scott and I have got a few things to discuss, a few legal matters.
Scott: Yeah. Let's, uh, grab another table over there. I'll be right back, ok? Excuse me.
Dawn: I, uh, I guess I said something wrong, right?
Vicky: Oh, Michael.
Vicky: How am I ever going to tell you?
Donna: Don't ever do something like that again.
John: Like what?
John: What was I doing?
Donna: Taking advantage of my feelings for you.
John: Why shouldn't I... When I share those same feelings?
Donna: No. No, they are not the same.
John: Is that what you keep telling yourself?
Donna: Stop it.
John: That what you feel for me is less?
Donna: Yes, it is.
John: Why? Because you don't have the same feelings for Michael?
Donna: My love for Michael is pure and good.
John: I'm not looking for pure and good.
Donna: This is wrong.
John: This is real!
Donna: Just leave.
John: Did that make you happy? Will you be able to forget me for a second time?
Donna: Yes, damn it. Yes!
John: I don't believe you.
Donna: Well, what am I going to have to do? What do you want me to say to you?
Donna: That kiss meant nothing.
John: That kiss has been waiting for 20 years!
Donna: No! No!
John: Donna, we can't pretend that this has never happened.
Vicky: I hate you. I hate both of you.
Clara: Vicky...Out in all that rain.
Jamie: Your blood pressure's up again.
Clara: She's gone down to the beach house to look for Donna. I just know she has.
Jamie: It's only a little bit of rain. You're the one I'm worried about.
Bridget: Dr. Frame is right, you know. You must start thinking about yourself now, Miss Clara.
Jamie: Bridget, would you get Clara a glass of water, please?
Bridget: Yes. I've got it right here. Here. There you go, and here are her pills, too.
Clara: And she was so upset earlier.
Bridget: Now Mr. Peter has gone out to find her.
Jamie: You promised me you'd start taking your pills, Clara.
Clara: Well, I must have forgotten.
Jamie: Clara, you can't afford to forget. Now please, take this will you?
Clara: Oh... I'm just so afraid she'll hurt herself.
Jamie: Listen to me. I'm more afraid of you hurting yourself.
Clara: I think maybe if I go, I could find her.
Jamie: Clara. Clara. Clara. If I go look for her, will you take your pill, please... And try to stay calm? Good.
Bridget: Dr. Frame, maybe I should go.
Jamie: No. No, no, no. You stay here with her. Make her some tea and keep her calm, ok?
Bridget: Do you think she's going to be all right?
Jamie: I'll check her again when I come back.
Clara: And if the car isn't at the beach house, be sure to check along the--the beach.
Bridget: Do you think she's out there in all that rain?
Clara: Yes. I don't want her to get hurt.
Jamie: Bridget, why don't you go make the tea now?
Jamie: I'll find Vicky... I promise.
Cass: So, what shall we do, Wally? Should we do something fun tonight? Cheap and fun?
Wallingford: Oh. I got to work the dinner shift at Tops.
Cass: Oh, great. Well, maybe I have-- oh, no.
Wallingford: What's wrong?
Cass: I lost a cuff link.
Cass: Well, it's a special cuff link, Wally. These are a special pair. I got to go back inside.
Wallingford: Cass, the limo's here.
Cass: Well, why don't you go, and I'll catch up with you later?
Wallingford: What's the big deal?
Cass: It's sentimental, Wally. These were a gift from Kathleen. I'll--I'll--I'll get back on my own, all right?
Wallingford: But, Cass, it's so dark in there. I don't think you'll ever find it.
Cass: 50 bucks says I do.
Wallingford: You're on.
Cass: Now you got to get out of here, because you got to go earn the money that you're going to owe me when you lose this bet.
Wallingford: [Laughs] Look who's talking. Easiest 50 bucks I ever made.
Cass: Oh, get out of here. Here. Take this. Get out of here. I love ya. Get out.
John: Why don't you just face it, Donna?
Donna: Just leave me alone.
John: You lied to Michael.
Donna: I didn't want to hurt him.
John: You came back here over and over--
Donna: Yes, to make you leave!
John: You kissed me!
Donna: I wish I'd never laid eyes on you.
John: So you wouldn't have to face the fact that you want me? That you still want me--
Donna: No! No, you forced me!
John: Then why aren't you leaving?
John: Don't run away again, Donna. Not again.
Donna: I have a home now... And a family. I have my own life, John.
John: Do you? Are you still lying to yourself?
John: Running away is the easy part, Donna. All you do is put one foot in front of the other.
Donna: I wish you'd never come back.
John: I never wanted to come back here.
Donna: Well, I never wanted to go to Singapore.
John: There you were, 20 years and a million miles later standing right in front of me.
Donna: With Michael... Always with Michael.
John: You say that like he's protecting you.
Donna: He was... And he is.
John: From what? Your true feelings? From me?
Donna: Michael is my husband.
John: Then go to him. Call him. Run to him, just like you did in Philadelphia.
Donna: I will.
John: And when you come back, I'll be here... Waiting.
John: Here's to those who run.
John: And here's to those who have stopped running.
Scott: Huh? What? I'm sorry. What?
Adam: [Laughs] I guess I shouldn't have taken you away from--
Scott: No, no. It's no problem.
Adam: Now look, right here is the entire transcript of this thing.
Scott: Wait a minute. You're saying the guy confessed?
Adam: It's just what I got through telling you. Where have you been?
Scott: I was in New York, believe it or not.
Scott: I guess I got some jet lag.
Adam: Well, listen, you tell Zack if he wants to see that video tape, he's got to come down to headquarters tomorrow.
Scott: Well, listen, I know he's going to be at the courthouse filing for Mary and Vince.
Adam: Filing? Filing for what?
Scott: The divorce. I'm sorry. I thought you knew.
Adam: Wait a minute. I thought things were going along pretty well.
Scott: It was looking that way.
Adam: Mary moved back into the house.
Scott: Yeah, but it wasn't really her house anyway.
Adam: What do you mean?
Scott: Vince could never understand that.
Adam: I guess things have been pretty tough.
Scott: Let's just say she's had a rough year, Adam.
Adam: Yeah, with the marriage being called off.
Scott: Mm-hmm. Kathleen.
Scott: She's had to put up with a lot this year.
Adam: Yeah. Still, I thought--I thought all these things were bringing her and Vince back together again.
Scott: I think Vince wants Mary McKinnon and not my mom.
Adam: Are they so different?
Scott: I don't know, but I know that she's getting tired of trying to be what Vince remembers her to be.
Scott: Listen, we're all through here, right?
Adam: Yeah. Scott.
Adam: Listen, tell your mom... Well, just tell your mom I'm sorry, huh?
Scott: I will. You take care of yourself. See ya.
Scott: Some crazy songs there, huh?
Dawn: Yeah. There's a whole section here from the thirties and from the forties.
Scott: Yeah, well, Gino loves his Cole Porter.
Dawn: It's strange. I don't know even if my mom had a favorite.
Scott: I used to think that way myself.
Dawn: What do you mean?
Scott: See, I was adopted, and I went through this whole period always wondering what my real mom was like.
Dawn: What'd you finally do?
Scott: I'll show you. Ahem. First, you got to close your eyes, ok?
Scott: Ok. Now I want you to push a button.
Dawn: Any button?
Scott: Ok. That's good. All right.
[Someone to watch over me playing]
Scott: From now on, that's your mom's favorite song.
Dawn: I have a feeling it's going to be my favorite, too.
Someone who'll watch over me
Cass: Ok, 2 can play at this game.
Woman: Oh, damn! The south side --
Cass: "Barbara van Arkdale?"
Cass: "Barbara van Arkdale."
Dawn: George Gershwin, what a genius.
Scott: How'd you know that?
Dawn: I'm a music major. Someone to watch over me. That's something that my mom needed and I had.
Scott: What's that?
Dawn: Jack. You know what he did? He made me believe that it was my mom sending me all these letters and remembering my birthdays.
Scott: And she didn't do that?
Dawn: I mean, I've known about it for a little while. I only told him today.
Scott: He just doesn't seem like the type.
Dawn: He is. He just wanted me to believe that my mother loved me.
Scott: Was she the one that sent you away?
Dawn: No. Chad did. She, um, she drank a lot and there was a lot of other stuff.
Scott: But you said that you remembered a lot of little things about her, though.
Dawn: Yeah. Her perfume and her laugh. I remember her laugh.
Scott: Listen, I bet your mom really loved you in spite of all the things she did.
Dawn: That's what Chad says, but, um, I just think he's saying that to make me happy.
Scott: Well, come on, you're in Bay City right now!
Dawn: And Chad and I are finally together.
Scott: Great, so some dreams come true after all, huh?
Dawn: I hope his dreams come true.
Dawn: I just don't want to be a drag.
Scott: Listen, your brother loves you. Everybody knows that, ok?
Dawn: Can I ask you a question?
Dawn: Does he like M.J.?
Scott: Of course he likes her.
Dawn: No, you know what I mean. I mean, M.J. told me about her and Adam and I just...
Scott: Well, I just think it's hard to understand how they're feeling right now.
Dawn: Well, if it's one thing I've learned, if life isn't going the way you expect it to go, you just take one deep breath and you start another song.
Scott: Like Someone to watch over me?
Scott: Well, I just happen to have another quarter.
Dawn: Well, what are we waiting for?
Scott: Same song?
Dawn: Play it again, Scott.
There's a somebody I'm longing to see I hope that he turns out to be...
Vicky: Go away. Just go away.
Jamie: What are you doing out here?
Jamie: Are you all right?
Vicky: Leave me alone!
Jamie: Hey, it's me, Jamie. It's all right.
Vicky: Go away. Please.
Jamie: What happened?
Vicky: What do you care? What does anyone care?
Jamie: You're shaking. Here, hold this, will you?
Vicky: Did you hear me?! Just go away!
Jamie: What's the matter with you? I'm just trying to help.
Vicky: Well, I don't need your help. I don't need anyone's help.
Clara: Donna. You've been at the beach house, haven't you, haven't you?
John: Donna, you can't keep running.
Clara: I want you two to stop this right now! This has gone far enough.
Clara: Where have you two been?
Donna: Clara, how are you feeling?
Clara: I'm all right. Dr. Frame was here.
John: Why? What's wrong?
Clara: That's what I intend to find out.
John: Mom, if there's something wrong with you, I want to know what it--
Clara: Now this is not about me. I want to know where you two have been.
John: Well, whose version of this do we use? Mine or yours?
Donna: Has Michael called? I was hoping he'd come back tonight.
John: I guess that's my answer.
Donna: You should have known.
John: We were at the beach house, mom. It's almost finished. I guess I am, too.
Clara: And what happened?
Donna: Nothing. Nothing happened.
John: Donna has the official version.
Clara: Answer me!
John: I guess you were right, mom. You were absolutely right. This has gone too far.
Clara: Where are you going? John?
Donna: Clara... Nothing happened. I swear it.
Clara: You're cold and wet. You'd better get out of those clothes.
Donna: Please, you have to believe me.
Clara: My son needs me.
Donna: Nothing happened. Nothing.
Jamie: Here, put this on.
Vicky: You're getting all wet, doc. Go home before you get sick.
Jamie: You're coming with me.
Vicky: I'm not going anywhere!
Jamie: This isn't about you. Your grandmother's worried.
Vicky: Did you see her? Is she all right?
Jamie: She will be. She hasn't been taking her medication.
Vicky: Why not?
Jamie: You tell me. She won't say anything and she's under too much stress.
Vicky: I know how she feels.
Vicky: Do you get off being sir Galahad?
Jamie: I just thought maybe I could help.
Vicky: Well, you can't!
Jamie: You said before it had something to do with your father.
Vicky: He's being used, Jamie! But what's new? We all are.
Jamie: Where are you going?
Vicky: Away. I'm going away from all this hypocrisy and lying.
Jamie: Oh, come on.
Vicky: Don't get involved with me, doc. I'm trouble. It follows me wherever I go.
Jamie: Would you stop feeling sorry for yourself? I'll take you back to the beach house.
Vicky: I don't want to go back there! I'm never going back there! Just get away!
Jamie: Stop this! You're gonna hurt yourself.
Vicky: Yeah, so what? Why should I be any different than the rest of my family?
Jamie: I'm taking you home.
Vicky: Home? You know, that's a real laugh.
Jamie: Listen, you may not want to talk with me right now, but you're gonna need a friend.
Vicky: Doc, did anyone ever tell you that a doc can't solve everything?
Jamie: Yep. My mother. Come on.
M.J.: Was that the captain?
Adam: Uh, no, no, it was the garage. They were just telling me my car was ready.
M.J.: How is the captain?
Adam: He's fine.
M.J.: Tell him hi for me, ok?
Adam: Um, I heard about your parents.
M.J.: Oh, you mean about the divorce?
M.J.: Well, I guess this hasn't been a great year for the McKinnons, at least as far as marriage is concerned.
Or is it just a lonely heart again? Are you really ready for love, boy, or is it lonely to be pretend
Dawn: He's a pretty special guy.
Scott: It must run in your family.
Dawn: He just looks so lonely.
Scott: Just give him time. Maybe he won't be.
Scott: Things have a way of working themselves out.
Dawn: Is this a personal philosophy of yours?
Scott: Look at you. You've been in Bay City, what, a couple of days and already you're popular?
Dawn: Oh, I wish.
Scott: We're friends, aren't we?
Dawn: I hope so.
Scott: You don't sound too sure about that.
Dawn: Well, no, it's just that everything's happened so fast and I'm not really used to having a bunch of friends.
Scott: Dawn, somehow, I find that hard to believe.
Dawn: I guess I'm a little shy, except on airplanes, and on airplanes, I'm just plain scared, so...
Scott: So what you're saying is that I met you at the worst possible time under the best possible conditions?
Dawn: Yeah, something like that.
Scott: Well, see, there you go. Things do have a way of working themselves out.
Dawn: Yeah, you did say that, didn't you?
Scott: Ok, so stop worrying about Chad, and besides, I think you're gonna be good luck for him here.
Dawn: I just hope he doesn't worry too much about me.
Scott: Why would he?
Dawn: It's nothing.
Dawn: It's just a dream I have.
Scott: Well, can you tell me?
Dawn: Just all my life I have lived in boarding schools with 4 girls to a room and I would just like to have an apartment of my own.
Scott: But you think big brother won't approve of that.
Dawn: He likes to think he's taking care of me.
Scott: I can understand that.
Dawn: Well, do you know how much a room at Tops costs?
Scott: Not cheap.
Dawn: He's gonna be broke in a couple of days.
Scott: What's your money situation?
Dawn: I need a job.
Scott: I'll keep my eyes open.
Dawn: For the job or for the apartment?
Scott: For the job. I already know where you can find an apartment.
Dawn: Oh, really? Where?
Scott: A restaurant called Mary's Place. They rent out apartments upstairs.
Dawn: Is it nice?
Scott: Not as nice as Tops, but there is this guy who lives there who I think you'll probably get along with.
Dawn: A guy?
Scott: Yeah. Is there something wrong with that?
Dawn: No, it's just that I thought that you, um, I thought that I... Never mind, no, I-I'll meet him.
Scott: You already have.
Scott: It's me. What do you say?
Cass: You're not goin' anywhere!
Clara: Oh, here.
Clara: You dropped these.
John: I've packed this thing so often in the past 20 years, you'd think I'd have it down to a science by now, wouldn't you?
Clara: Well, maybe leaving doesn't come as natural to you anymore.
John: Maybe not, but that doesn't change anything. I have to go this time, mom.
Clara: I know you do.
Clara: Oh, John...
John: Mom, come here. Sit down with me for a second.
John: Are you gonna tell me why Dr. Frame was here?
Clara: Oh, it was nothing.
Clara: I had a little dizzy spell.
John: Well, that's not nothing!
Clara: I'm all right.
John: This whole thing has been very hard on you, hasn't it?
Clara: Well, my family is all I have. I can't let it fall apart.
John: Don't worry about Donna and Michael. I'm not going to interfere. Hell, I rebuilt their beach house for them. That oughta count for something.
Clara: Well, I can't let you fall apart, either. You've been running against the same wall for 20 years now.
John: I know, I know. I just can't help it. I wish I could.
Clara: John, it has to stop.
John: That's what good-byes are all about.
Clara: I hate that word!
John: Come on, now, mom, none of that.
Clara: Am I the reason? Am I pushing you away again?
John: I'm not running this time.
Clara: You mean you might stay in Bay City?
John: No, I'm not gonna give you any promises.
Clara: All right. I'm gonna miss you so much.
John: We'll see each other.
Clara: I hope so.
John: I'm not running away.
John: I lost you for 20 years, too, you know?
Clara: Oh, John...[Sobs]
John: Mom... I really do love her.
Clara: I know you do, dear, but Donna is married to Michael.
John: Well, maybe now they can be happy together.
Bridget: Victoria! Oh, my dear! You're soaking wet! What happened to you?
Vicky: I'm all right, Bridget.
Jamie: Maybe you can get us a couple of towels, huh, Bridget?
Bridget: Yes, I could. Oh, she's so cold. Maybe I should get her a blanket, too?
Jamie: How's Clara doing?
Bridget: Oh, she's uh, she's better, better.
Jamie: Any change?
Bridget: She's upstairs.
Bridget: Well, Miss Donna came and Mr. John rushed after her and they all went out.
Vicky: They came in together?
Bridget: I'm not sure, dear. I mean, I was out in the kitchen fixing food. I...
Jamie: Maybe you could get her to eat something, too.
Bridget: Oh, I'm very good at that.
Jamie: Is there something going on up there that I should know about?
Vicky: Don't get involved in this, Jamie.
Jamie: Looks like I already am, doesn't it?
Vicky: It's not Grandma. It's Michael and Donna.
Jamie: Are they in trouble?
Vicky: It's gonna hurt Michael so much.
Vicky: It's gonna break his heart.
Jamie: You know, it might help if you could talk about it.
Bridget: Here we go. Put this around you to get you all dried off, then we're going to put you in some nice, warm clothes now. Yes.
Vicky: Well, it's been a long day, doc. You better get home.
Jamie: Yes, it has. You'll be ok?
Bridget: Oh, now don't you worry. I'm going to take good care of her.
Jamie: You call me if there's any trouble.
Bridget: Oh, yes, that's right. Right away.
Bridget: There, now. There, now. We're going to get you all dried out. I want you to come into the kitchen with me because we're going to fix you something to eat.
Vicky: Oh, Bridget, I'm fine. I can't eat, really. I just want to go to bed.
Bridget: Well, I'm going to fix it for you and I'm going to bring it upstairs.
John: Well, Vicky, it looks like you can have your old room back.
Clara: Victoria, thank goodness you're all right.
Vicky: Oh, I'm fine, Grandma. Jamie found me at the beach.
John: A little cold to be swimming, isn't it?
Vicky: What do you care?
John: Good-bye, Bridget. Thank you for everything.
Bridget: Oh, you're very welcome, Mr. John.
John: Wait a minute, now, I thought we had agreed that you were gonna call me John, not Mr. John.
Bridget: I guess it's just a bad habit.
Vicky: You're really moving out?
John: That's right.
Clara: John, you will call me now and then, won't you?
John: I'll be in touch.
Vicky: You're not moving into my beach house.
John: That belongs to Donna and to Michael... Just like everything else around here.
Vicky: You're not coming back?
John: You're on your own, kid.
John: You take care.
Clara: I don't think I can bear to watch you go.
Bridget: Oh, come on, now. Come on, Clara, we'll go into the kitchen and we'll have a cup of tea.
Vicky: Yeah, come on, Grandma. We'll go with Bridget.
Donna: John, are you in here?
Cass: I don't believe it.
Cass: Nicole Love?!
Donna: John?! No. No.
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