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Another World Transcript Friday 9/26/03
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Dawn: Hi, Cheryl.
Cheryl: Hi. I didn't expect to see you here. This place is so quiet.
Dawn: Yeah, well, Felicia closed for lunch so I could rehearse.
Cheryl: I heard you're singing here tonight.
Dawn: Yeah. I had to twist Chad's arm, but he finally agreed to let me try out.
Cheryl: That's -- that's great.
Dawn: I am so glad you came here because the quiet is driving me crazy.
Cheryl: Cass said he left my check here from the fashion show. Do you know anything about that?
Dawn: Yeah, yeah. I think Felicia left them on the bar over there.
Cheryl: Oh, great. Thanks. Kind of funny how things worked out, huh?
Dawn: Cheryl, if you're talking about Scott --
Cheryl: I don't want you to take this the wrong way, but you're a pretty fast mover.
Dawn: Cheryl, I already told you --
Cheryl: Just forget it, Dawn.
Dawn: I thought we were friends.
Cheryl: We are.
Dawn: Well, then why did you make a crack like that?
Cheryl: I didn't mean it.
Dawn: You know, I haven't had that many friends before, and I don't want to lose this one.
Cheryl: I got to go.
Dawn: It's a lot easier to walk away, isn't it?
Nicole: It's you. You were just leaving, weren't you?
John: Was I supposed to?
Nicole: John, I really don't care what you do. It's just that I would like to be alone.
John: You're about to get your wish.
Nicole: It's just that I come down here to think.
John: Well, that's a good place for it.
Nicole: Oh, that's what you were doing. Well, you were here first.
John: No, wait. Why did you come down here to think?
Nicole: I don't know. I've come here for years.
John: Oh, really? I'd have thought that you'd have chosen, say, one of the turrets on your castle.
Nicole: Oh, really?
Nicole: Well, you know, when all the servants got too tedious and I felt like slumming, I just come down here.
John: Change of pace?
Nicole: Yeah. You know, I just love it when someone sums me up and they don't even know me.
John: Me, too. Do you know that there are actually people who think that I am rude and arrogant?
Nicole: You're kidding.
John: Hard to believe, isn't it?
Nicole: It is.
Nicole: And maybe cranky, too?
John: Don't you mean cynical?
Nicole: Let's just say that, well, you just appear to take everything very seriously.
John: Yeah, well, it makes it tough when all of a sudden things are.
Nicole: Yeah. And it's also tough when you're over 21 and you try to take yourself seriously for the very first time.
John: Sounds like you and I have some thinking to do.
Nicole: Well, today I'm only thinking about the future. How about you?
John: The past. Just the past.
Marley: I wish you could hear me.
Vicky: I can hear you. Get me out of here!
Marley: Maybe if I read to you --
Vicky: Read to me? Now, what good will that do?
Marley: Be right back.
Vicky: Don't go. Help me! Why can't anyone help me? Help me!
Donna: Marley, are you all right?
Marley: Yes. Now, Donna, I thought you went home.
Donna: Uh, no. I brought some soup up for you. I've got it down in the waiting room.
Marley: I'm really not very hungry.
Donna: Now, listen, we have to all keep up our strength for Victoria.
Marley: Yeah, I suppose you're right.
Donna: Yeah. Honey, what is it?
Marley: I just get the strangest feeling when I'm with Vicky. I was just talking to Jamie about it.
Donna: What kind of feeling?
Marley: Just that she needs something I got that I can't give her. Maybe it's just because she's so helpless.
Donna: It's just going to take some time.
Marley: Or maybe we won't see a change.
Donna: No. No. Now, don't you say that.
Marley: Donna, I was talking to Vicky a couple days before the accident. She was so unhappy.
Donna: Well, we've had some family problems.
Marley: Like what?
Donna: Oh, come on. Nothing unusual.
Marley: Donna, are you the reason Vicky was upset?
Marley: Are you sure there's something you're not telling me?
Donna: Oh, good, it's still here. Oh, it's still warm, too.
Marley: Donna, I don't want soup. I want some answers.
Donna: Marley, what do you expect me to say?
Marley: Did it ever occur to you that Vicky might not want to come out of this coma?
Donna: No. I don't believe it, and I won't believe that.
Marley: I'm sorry. I don't mean to lean on you like this.
Donna: Look, Victoria knows how much we all love her.
Marley: There was something terrible going on inside her.
Donna: She's moody. You know that.
Marley: You and Vicky didn't get along, did you?
Donna: That's not entirely true. We were working on the beach house together. That was a very special project.
Marley: Then you must have realized how troubled she was.
Donna: Of course I did. I tried to help her. I really did. I love her, but I just couldn't get through to her.
Marley: Is that why you slapped her?
Cheryl: I never walked away from a friend in my life.
Dawn: Well, isn't that what you're doing right now?
Cheryl: I'm not doing anything.
Dawn: Cheryl, it looks to me like you're letting your feelings for Scott get between us.
Dawn: You leave the house every morning before I even wake up.
Cheryl: All right. I felt a little funny seeing you two together last night.
Dawn: A little funny?
Cheryl: Ok, I was jealous. But it's not because I'm still in love with Scott.
Dawn: Then why?
Cheryl: I knew he was going to see someone else sooner or later. I knew he'd get involved.
Dawn: But it still hurts.
Cheryl: It's just really complicated. I guess I feel like we never even had a chance.
Dawn: How come?
Cheryl: My father gave him a hard time. We had to sneak around a lot.
Dawn: I'm sorry.
Cheryl: And his dad -- ugh. His dad hated my whole family.
Dawn: Well, I guess you really didn't have a chance, then, huh?
Cheryl: Yeah, but it was because of me.
Dawn: I don't believe that.
Cheryl: I'm just not a very giving person, Dawn.
Dawn: It's just because you were scared.
Cheryl: I was so scared that I pushed him away.
Dawn: Maybe you just needed some more time.
Cheryl: I had plenty of time. I don't want to talk about Scott, all right? It's over.
Dawn: You're lying.
John: You know, I wish you'd keep talking.
Nicole: Oh, you do?
John: Yeah, because when you continue to talk, then I don't have to think.
Nicole: Did you ever want something really badly?
Nicole: Well, so do I. And the only thing standing in my way is money.
John: Money, eh?
Nicole: Yep. I don't have anything of my own.
John: You don't?
Nicole: No, I don't. I just have a trust fund that I can't touch. It's being held for my future.
John: Aren't there usually loopholes in those sort of things?
Nicole: Yeah, usually. What about you, huh? What past were you thinking about?
John: The distant past. Uh -- you wouldn't understand.
Nicole: You know, I really used to like this bench, but I think I'm going to find myself another one.
John: Going back to the castle?
Nicole: Did it ever occur to you that you're more of a snob than I am?
Cheryl: I'm not lying about anything.
Dawn: Yes, you are. You said you're not a giving person.
Cheryl: I'm not.
Dawn: Well, you sure have given a lot to me.
Cheryl: That's different.
Dawn: I don't know anybody in this city and you still invited me into your own house.
Cheryl: Why are you making such a big deal about this?
Dawn: You know, I know how you treat your dad.
Cheryl: Dawn, he's my father.
Dawn: You cheer him up even when you don't feel like doing it. You run that house like a woman twice your age. Will you stop putting yourself down?
Cheryl: Scott used to say that all the time.
Dawn: Well, he's right. You're a terrific person.
Cheryl: How do you do it? How do you see the good in everything? Don't you ever get angry or frustrated?
Dawn: All the time. Chad and I are always fighting. Always.
Cheryl: Yeah. Same with me and M.J.
Dawn: You know, if I told him how much I hated that boarding school he sent me to --
Cheryl: You went to boarding school? So did I.
Dawn: You did?
Cheryl: Yeah. Pops paid a fortune for it and I hated every minute.
Dawn: I used to buy this little ivy plant at the beginning of every semester.
Cheryl: I bought a philodendron. They grow better.
Dawn: Oh, yeah. Now you tell me. I talked to mine, I sang to mine, but it didn't make any difference because the thing died after every semester. I think it was just the atmosphere.
Cheryl: I hated that place so much that I ran away.
Dawn: We really do have a lot in common.
Cheryl: Yeah, I guess we do.
Dawn: You know, I just -- I just want to do a lot of new things and I want to meet a whole bunch of new friends and maybe even turn the world on its ear while I do it.
Cheryl: Yeah, me, too.
Dawn: You know, it's really stupid if we're not going to be friends. We're boarding school refugees. We should stick together. We agree on a lot of things.
Cheryl: Yeah, I guess we do. Don't worry about it. Relax. It's ok. Hi.
Scott: Hi, Cheryl.
Cheryl: Good luck, you two.
Donna: Marley, I never slapped Victoria. I -- I stopped myself before I did.
Marley: Well, what brought you to that?
Donna: We were arguing.
Marley: Donna, it must have been a pretty heavy argument.
Donna: Victoria could just never understand that I had nothing to do with giving you away, so we were just going round and round about that and I lost my temper and I went to hit her, but I stopped. I didn't want to do that. I love her. I would never do anything to hurt her.
Marley: I'm sorry.
Donna: You don't really believe she doesn't want to come out of the coma, do you?
Reginald: Why not? The poor child was miserable.
Marley: You know, I used to think it was a good idea that Vicky came back here. Now I'm not so sure.
Donna: I just wanted her to be happy, that's all.
Marley: Do you know why she wasn't?
Reginald: Part of the reason is your father made her work like a slave in that office of his.
Marley: That's not the kind of unhappy that I'm talking about.
Reginald: Where is your father, anyhow?
Donna: He -- he's asleep down the hall. I love Michael so much. And I love you, Marley. And Victoria. And I would never do anything to hurt any of you because you're all I've got. You are.
John: Well, go on! Don't let me keep you.
Nicole: You know, there were times just now I would've sworn we were talking. And then you make some judgment, or you close up like a clam.
John: Well, talk has never been one of my strong suits, ma'am.
Nicole: Well, I'm sorry, sir. You did come here for privacy.
John: So did you. Tell you what -- I will give you your privacy if you answer a question.
Nicole: Yes, I do sleep in the nude.
John: Yeah, that's what I wanted to know.
Nicole: I thought so.
John: Why can't you set up your own financial future? Finances can't be a problem for you.
Nicole: Because I want to make it on my own, no strings attached.
John: Why don't you ask Mike? He's got loads of money.
Nicole: No, he and Donna have enough problems right now.
John: Yeah, I guess you're right.
Nicole: Anyway, I don't want to put him head-to-head with my father.
John: I think he already is.
Nicole: In what way?
John: Forget it.
Nicole: Hey, this is how you operate, isn't it?
John: What do you mean?
Nicole: You say just enough to get the other people to do all the talking, and then you keep your secrets to yourself.
Scott: You heard Cheryl. She even wished us good luck.
Dawn: I still feel bad.
Scott: Well, why should you? We're -- we're just friends, right?
Dawn: That's all we can be.
Scott: Friends, yeah.
Dawn: I can't help the way I feel.
Scott: Neither can I.
Dawn: You know, I can't talk about this right now.
Scott: Is it because of Cheryl?
Dawn: No, it's just because I have butterflies in my stomach.
Dawn: Because I'm not quite sure that I can get through tonight.
Scott: You're going to be great.
Dawn: What if I forget the lyrics?
Scott: You won't.
Dawn: Oh, what if I get laryngitis or something? That happened before.
Scott: Dawn, Dawn, Dawn. Hey, I know exactly how you feel. Believe me.
Dawn: No, you couldn't.
Scott: Dawn, it's the same way I feel about taking the bar exam.
Dawn: Come on, you're just going to breeze right through it.
Scott: Nobody, nobody breezes through the bar exam. Are you kidding me? It's a nightmare. On top of that, do you know how they announce who passes it?
Scott: They print it in the newspaper. Yeah.
Dawn: Like a review?
Dawn: Then we're both under a lot of pressure.
Scott: I know it! That's why I was thinking that maybe --
Dawn: Thinking what? What were you thinking?
Scott: I thought that -- forget it, forget it. I don't want to confuse you any more right now.
Dawn: No, no, no. Tell me, tell me.
Scott: I thought that maybe you would like to get out of here for a while, hmm?
Dawn: Uh, yeah, I would.
Scott: Yeah? With me?
Dawn: Sure, why not?
Scott: Great. I'll be back in five minutes, ok?
Dawn: Scott --
Scott: That's what friends are for.
Marley: I just checked in on dad. He's just down the hall. He finally fell asleep. Vicky, he loves you so much. And so does Donna. I don't know what she did to you. I know there's something. But she loves you. No one will talk to me. I just wish I knew what was bothering you. I know it hasn't always been easy for us to talk. Please try. Reach out to me. Give us a chance. We all love you. I love you.
Vicky: You say all that and you walk out? Marley, it's me, Vicky.
Vicky: Don't leave. Marley! Marley!
Reginald: Cheryl. What are you doing here?
Cheryl: I came to see Vicky.
Reginald: I didn't know you were friends.
Cheryl: Jamie said it was all right. I spoke to him.
Cheryl: Just now. He said that I could read to her if I wanted.
Reginald: Why would you want to do that?
Cheryl: Because I'd like to help if I can.
Reginald: She's in a coma, you know.
Cheryl: I know that. But it doesn't mean that she won't be able to hear me.
Reginald: That's true.
Cheryl: Jamie says her brain needs constant stimulation. It's all I want to do.
Reginald: I guess it couldn't hurt.
Nicole: Well, I didn't expect to see you here.
Reginald: I don't see why not.
Nicole: How's Vicky?
Reginald: The same.
Nicole: Is she asleep?
Reginald: I think so. I saw your reviews, and I'm very pleased that your show was such a success.
Nicole: I'll bet.
Reginald: If you recall, I offered to set you up in business.
Nicole: If you recall, I said no. I still do. Hi.
Donna: Oh, hi.
Nicole: How you doing?
Donna: Uh, not too well.
Nicole: I know. Cass sends his best.
Nicole: Has there been any change at all?
Donna: No. Nicole, I am -- I am so afraid.
Nicole: Oh, honey, Vicky's going to pull through this. I know it. You're so cold. Here, why don't you put this on.
Nicole: How's that?
Donna: Ok. Michael's got a handkerchief in here somewhere.
Marley: Cheryl McKinnon just went in to talk to Vicky.
Donna: Marley --
Reginald: Yes, I just spoke with her.
Nicole: Marley, I didn't know you were here.
Marley: Oh, hi.
Nicole: Hey, why didn't you tell me Marley was back? Donna?
Marley: Can I talk to you for a minute?
Reginald: Of course you can talk to me.
Marley: I know what's been happening.
Reginald: I'm afraid you'll have to explain it to me because I don't know what you mean.
Marley: You come and go as you please in the Hudson house.
Reginald: Well, it was my house.
Marley: Is that why you're still trying to split up my parents?
Reginald: If Donna and Michael split up, it won't be because of me.
Marley: You're not going to tell me, are you?
Reginald: You know as much as the rest of us do.
Marley: My father is having business problems. Are you behind that?
Reginald: Of course not.
Marley: Well, everyone else seems to think that you are.
Reginald: Well, everyone else is ignoring the fact that your father is rather inept as a businessman.
Marley: Vicky was upset before the accident.
Reginald: Was she?
Marley: Do you know anything about that?
Reginald: If I did, I would most certainly tell you.
Marley: I hope I don't find out that you're behind any of this.
Reginald: How can you even suggest such a thing?
Marley: If I find out that you caused Vicky's accident --
Reginald: I love Victoria.
Marley: I will call you her murderer.
Reginald: If anyone hurt her, it wasn't I.
Marley: I'm going to go check on my father again.
Nicole: Let's get you to bed.
Donna: No. No.
Nicole: Honey -- no, you've got to get some rest.
Donna: I'm all right.
Nicole: You are coming apart. Come on.
Donna: No, no, no, no. Nicole, I can handle this. Please, just leave me alone, ok?
Dawn: Ugh. I cannot do this anymore!
Scott: You don't have to, my dear. Relief has arrived.
Dawn: Well, I hope you have two aspirin in there.
Scott: No, but I have two Reubens, two coleslaws, and I made these myself.
Dawn: I'm too nervous to eat.
Scott: Come on, you can't hit those high notes on an empty stomach.
Dawn: Oh, don't even speak to me about high notes.
Scott: Hey, Zack.
Zack: Hey. I thought you were cracking the books.
Scott: Oh, I'm just taking a break. Didn't anybody tell you the place was closed?
Zack: Well, I guess we're going to have to go somewhere else.
Colette: I don't think I could've eaten anyway.
Scott: Did you get another ransom note?
Zack: There won't be any more ransom notes.
Scott: You're kidding me.
Dawn: Ransom notes?
Scott: You got that chicken back?
Colette: Isadore is dead.
Scott: I hope it was peaceful.
Zack: She's taking it pretty hard.
Scott: Zack, I think you're the one that's getting taken here.
Zack: Yeah. Well, if I am, it sure is a terrific ride. See you later. Can I get you anything?
Colette: Just having you here is more than enough.
Zack: Well, it's the least I could do under the circumstances.
Colette: Zack, I don't know how I would've gotten through all of this if it hadn't been for you.
Zack: Well, it was my pleasure.
Colette: What am I going to do now?
Zack: Well, I think it's time that we talk turkey.
Cheryl: "To begin my life with the beginning of my life, I record that I was born."
Cheryl: Vicky, I don't know if you can hear me, but I'm really sorry. I know we weren't exactly friends. Maybe we just got off on the wrong foot. Maybe I was jealous of you. You always went for whatever you wanted. I wish I could've done that. I messed up so many times because I couldn't show people how I really felt. Like Scott. I pushed him away.
Cheryl: Now it looks like we're both alone, huh? You're in that bed, and I'm just alone. Scott's seeing somebody else now. I try to act like it doesn't bother me. But it does. I lost Scott, M.J.'s gone, and Kathleen's never coming back. I guess what I'm trying to say, Vicky, is don't be alone if you don't have to be. If you can hear me, if you have any will left, please don't just slip away.
Donna: Nicole, I promise you I'll get some rest.
Donna: I know -- why don't you go in and sit and with Victoria for a while, and I'll go lie down.
Nicole: Ok. But you'd better be asleep when I come out.
Donna: I will. I promise. Thank you.
Donna: I -- I wish you'd leave, too.
Reginald: Is there some reason you don't want me around, Donna?
Donna: I can't stand the sight of you. Is that reason enough?
Reginald: Nicole is right. You're coming apart.
Donna: I'll be just fine when you leave.
Reginald: All right, Donna. Whatever you want.
Donna: No. John.
John: What's the matter? Is it Victoria?
John: Where'd this one come from?
Donna: Michael's --
John: Mike's jacket? You think he's seen this?
Donna: No, no, he's asleep down the hall.
John: Then someone put it there. I was right. Someone is setting us up.
Donna: John, what are we going to do?
John: We're going to get you out of here.
Scott: I thought you were too nervous to eat.
Dawn: Well, I forgot. When I'm nervous, all I do is eat. I hope you're not that hungry.
Scott: Well, a law student should look lean and hungry before his bar exam, hmm? Hey, look at this! You made the paper, Dawn.
Scott: Right there.
Dawn: Oh, no.
Scott: You look great!
Dawn: Oh, I didn't think I was going to make the paper.
Scott: Dawn, this is called publicity. You're supposed to love this kind of thing.
Dawn: I hate that picture! I look like a frog!
Scott: You're going to knock 'em dead.
Dawn: Yeah, with this picture I could knock them dead, literally. Listen -- please, tell me more about your bar exam.
Scott: Ok, what do you want to know?
Dawn: Um -- is it like the SATs?
Scott: I wish. It's actually a series of tests.
Dawn: I don't even think I could sit down that long.
Scott: You can sit still for that long when you're paralyzed with fear.
Dawn: What kind of questions do they ask you?
Scott: Oh, some contracts, torts, evidence, criminal and civil procedure -- that kind of thing, everything you might've learned in law school.
Dawn: Well, do you have to know every single thing there is to know about every single case?
Scott: Oh, mainly just the important ones that set precedents, especially in this state here.
Dawn: What, every state's different?
Scott: It depends, but you're only licensed to practice in the state where you pass the bar.
Dawn: Well, what if you move?
Scott: Then some states have what they call reciprocity, except most of the time they require you to take the entire exam over again.
Dawn: Well, I hope you don't plan on moving.
Scott: Not for a long time.
Dawn: So, are you going to become one of those great, big, fancy, TV lawyers?
Scott: Well, when I pass, Zack is going to give me a job at his office. I'll probably do a little bit of everything down there.
Dawn: So that way you're going to know what you really like, right?
Scott: Mm-hmm. Actually, what I'd really like to do is help people out who can't afford legal advice.
Dawn: Well, you're not going to get rich like that.
Scott: I know, but I won't be spending my entire life in a three-piece suit, either.
Dawn: I hope you're happy.
Scott: I am now.
Dawn: And I hope that you pass that exam, get 100% on it.
Scott: Well, thank you very much.
Dawn: What are friends for?
Zack: Well, I guess you'll want me to take care of the funeral arrangements.
Colette: Funeral arrangements?
Zack: Well, I know you want Isadore to get a proper sendoff.
Colette: Zack, I have had a hard enough day today!
Zack: Colette, don't you think it's time we roasted this bird once and for all?
Colette: Zack Edwards! You --
Colette: When did you find out?
Zack: Early on. The only chicken you ever had was southern-fried.
Colette: I can explain.
Zack: Oh, I've waited for that.
Colette: It was all in the interest of science.
Colette: No -- I was doing a study on lying. Honestly! Look, here are my notes.
Colette: I had to test both of us.
Zack: You mean, that's why you cooked up this chicken stuff?
Colette: It was a research project.
Zack: I see.
Colette: The chicken was a lie, and you fell for it.
Zack: I did not! I mean, you didn't have any ulterior motive?
Colette: You sure were gullible.
Colette: But you were so sweet and sympathetic, and sometimes I did. I hated doing that to you.
Zack: Well, I knew you were lying all along. I just thought it was for a different reason.
Colette: I'm writing a book. It's called "The Creative Lie."
Zack: You were doing research?
Colette: Hey, I didn't say that I didn't enjoy it.
Zack: Well, you didn't say any of that because you wanted to meet me?
Colette: Meeting you was the bonus.
Zack: Yeah, kind of like a grab bag.
Colette: Zack, come on. You're not going to really be mad at me about this, are you?
Zack: Mad? Heck, no. I'm going to write myself a book.
Colette: What kind of book?
Zack: I'm going to call it, "Don't be suckered by women in distress."
Colette: Oh, come on. You're not going to be a spoilsport about this, are you?
Zack: Well, we could start all over.
Colette: What did you have in mind?
Zack: We could discuss it at my place. You could meet Kunta.
Zack: Yeah, he's my dog. He's for real.
Colette: Oh, he is?
Zack: What, you got a problem with that?
Colette: I'm allergic to dog hair.
Zack: We'll think of something.
Nicole: Have you seen Donna?
Reginald: Isn't she in her room?
Nicole: No. Did you say something to her after I left?
Reginald: Only that she looked tired.
Nicole: I think I'll go and check the cafeteria.
Reginald: Nicole, I had a chat with Mr. Gelmore.
Nicole: Mr. Gelmore?
Reginald: From the bank.
Reginald: I'm sorry. He won't give you that business loan.
Nicole: I'll bet you're all cracked up.
Reginald: Darling, I want you to be a success. That's why I gave you that offer in the first place.
Nicole: Well, I don't need any of your money.
Reginald: Well, the offer still stands.
Nicole: You can just keep it.
Reginald: I imagine you've had quite a lot of orders coming in already.
Reginald: You know, if you can't produce the merchandise, your name will be ruined before it has a chance to catch on.
Nicole: I intend to meet all my orders.
Reginald: When you've been turned down by every bank in the city?
Nicole: I have my trust fund.
Reginald: Your trust fund has certain conditions.
Nicole: Which I intend to meet.
Reginald: I oversee that fund.
Nicole: I know.
Reginald: If there are any irregularities, darling --
Nicole: There won't be any irregularities. Do you think I'm a fool?
Reginald: You're never that, my dear. Clever, ambitious, and aggressive, yes. A fool? No, no. More like me than I ever thought.
Dawn: What do you say we just don't go back?
Scott: Are you still nervous?
Dawn: Oh, no.
Scott: Dawn, you have a terrific voice. They'll love you.
Dawn: Will you be there?
Scott: Actually, I have a bar review class tonight and it may run a little late.
Dawn: Well, I'm doing two sets, and if you can drop by later --
Scott: I will if I can. Ok?
Scott: But I just don't want to cause the same effect like at the audition. Hmm?
Dawn: Come on, I didn't expect you to just be standing there.
Scott: I'll be a little more inconspicuous next time, ok?
Dawn: Oh -- I really, really want to sing at this club. I don't know what's wrong with me.
Scott: Hey. Take it easy, ok? Just take it easy.
Scott: Look at you -- you're all knotted up.
Dawn: I have never been so scared.
Scott: Dawn, by this time tomorrow, you are going to be a Bay City legend.
Dawn: Oh, gee, you're really making me feel better.
Scott: Take a deep breath. Let it out slow. There. You feel better?
Dawn: Much better.
Scott: Well, you just do that before you go on, and you'll feel fine. Ok?
Nicole: It was really nice of you to come over.
Cheryl: Well, I just wish there was more I could do.
Nicole: I know the feeling.
Cheryl: I really didn't know her that well.
Nicole: Well, you will. She's going to pull through this.
Cheryl: My family's all praying for her.
Nicole: Well, that's what she needs right now.
Cheryl: Well, I'll -- I'll try to come back tomorrow.
Nicole: Thanks again.
Nicole: Come back to us, Vicky.
Vicky's voice: I'm trying. Aunt Nicole, wait! Please, get me out of this! Don't leave me! Oh, where's Lisa?
John: Somebody wanted Mike to see this picture, and it wasn't Vicky.
Donna: My baby was being used. And it was my father. It had to have been.
John: Right up his alley, isn't it?
Donna: He hired somebody to take that picture. John, he had us watched!
John: We will take care of him, believe me.
Donna: Oh -- oh, this is all starting to make sense now.
John: What is?
Donna: The questions he's been asking me.
John: What questions?
Donna: Well, they weren't really questions, they were more like innuendos.
John: About what?
Donna: About my marriage. And that's why he has been looking at me like that. He has just been waiting for me to fall apart. And even with Victoria in that coma, that's the only thing he's been interested in!
John: Listen, just calm down.
Donna: He is not going to get away with this!
John: At least we know who we're dealing with.
Donna: John, I want him out of my life!
John: He'll be out of our lives, but we have to catch him in the act.
Donna: But he is so clever. You don't understand.
John: I knew he had something to do with Vicky's accident.
Donna: But he says that he loves her!
John: He's not capable of loving anything. Donna, there's something else that I have to tell you.
Donna: John, please, I don't want to hear anything else.
John: If Reginald finds out about this, he'll go public for sure.
Donna: What are you talking about?
John: The tissue test that I ordered. I've got the results.
Donna: John, please, I --
John: For once, your father was telling the truth.
John: Victoria and Marley -- they're mine.
John: Donna --
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