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Another World Transcript Monday 11/3/03

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Jamie: Ooh, look at this, a covered dish.

Lisa: I'm really nervous about cooking for your family.

Jamie: Oh, come on, you're a great cook.

Lisa: Yeah, as long as there's a hospital emergency room nearby.

Jamie: Oh, will you stop it?

Lisa: Jamie, I can't help it. This is for your parents.

Jamie: This is? Well, won't it get sort of cold by the time it gets to them?

Lisa: No, this is a test. I wanted you to try it first.

Jamie: Me?

Lisa: Yeah. It's your family. You'll know if they'll like it or not.

Jamie: Well, gee, you know, I just finished lunch.

Lisa: You only have to have a taste.

Jamie: Uh --

Lisa: You're afraid, aren't you?

Jamie: No! No, I love your cooking.

Lisa: Then here. Now, don't baby me. I need your honest opinion.

Vicky: Hi, you two. What's up?

Lisa: Hi, Vicky. I didn't see you there.

Vicky: Yeah, I just walked in. What's the matter with the doc?

Lisa: Uh-oh.

Rex: What the hell are you doing here?

Monique: Who are those for?

Rex: You're going to ruin everything!

Monique: They're for her, aren't they?

Rex: Are you crazy?

Monique: I am sick of thinking about you and her!

Rex: You're just jealous.

Monique: Don't lie to me, Rex. You slept with Nicole Love last night, didn't you?

Donna: Nicole, are you all right?

Nicole: What?

Donna: You know, I was thinking about painting the chapel pink, you know, for the ceremony.

Nicole: That's good.

Donna: Nicole.

Nicole: What?

Donna: Honey, you're not even listening to me.

Nicole: I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I know. I just didn't sleep very well last night.

Donna: Oh, what, does father still have that detective outside your door?

Nicole: Cass sleeps on the couch, I sleep in the bed.

Donna: That's going to be awkward.

Nicole: It is. How are Cass and I going to keep this masquerade up 24 hours a day?

Donna: Well, you know you have to.

Nicole: Well, it's one thing knowing it. It's another thing having to do it.

Donna: Why, what's happened?

Nicole: It's just something I should've seen coming.

Donna: Oh, no. Cass isn't trying to exercise his husbandly privileges, is he?

Nicole: Just the opposite. I think he's having an affair.

You are my way

You are my way

to another world

to another world

you are the one who lets me fly so high you are the rain when my spirits run dry

you give my life

you give my life

a hope that's real 'cause when I'm with you, you take me away to another world

Donna: Well, then if that's how you feel, why don't you just talk to him about it and get it all out in the open?

Nicole: No, you don't understand Cass. He'll never admit the truth if he thinks he'll offend me.

Donna: I see. Would you be offended?

Nicole: Donna, now let's face it, we both know that Cass is very attractive. He could have a lot of women.

Donna: So?

Nicole: Well, he's doing me a favor by marrying me.

Donna: Nicole, are you going to be hurt if you find out he is having an affair?

Nicole: Donna, I cannot expect him to ignore other women for an entire three months.

Donna: You're not answering my question.

Nicole: What question?

Donna: Let me put it to you another way. You're jealous of Cass, aren't you?

Rex: How can you possibly be jealous of Nicole?

Monique: I think I have every right to be.

Rex: You don't trust me.

Monique: Look, when I agreed to this charade, you said you wouldn't sleep with her!

Rex: I haven't even touched her! I've been sleeping on the sofa.

Monique: Oh, you think of everything, don't you?

Rex: I didn't think you'd be so suspicious.

Monique: Oh, yeah? And who are these for, the cleaning lady?

Rex: Hey, they're just a bunch of flowers. They're a friendly gesture.

Monique: Oh, yeah? And what's this? What's this? Another gesture?

Rex: Monique --

Monique: What?

Rex: Don't open that!

Monique: Something you don't want me to see?

Rex: Satisfied? They're the next step in our plan.

Monique: Your wedding bands.

Rex: Yes, the wedding bands. Nicole and I are married and I've collected her trust fund money, they will be our wedding bands. It seems fitting somehow, don't you think?

Monique: Oh, I wish I could believe you.

Rex: When Nicole Love is dead, we will not only be together, we will be rich.

Monique: Unless you fall in love with her in the meantime.

Rex: I could accuse you of the same thing.

Monique: What are you talking about?

Rex: You're spending all of your time with the real Cass Winthrop. What's to prevent you from falling --

Monique: Oh, don't be ridiculous. He isn't half the man you are.

Rex: And Nicole isn't half the woman you are.

[Speaking French]

Monique: More than your wife?

Rex: She was unfaithful.

Monique: What did she ever see in Cass Winthrop?

Rex: I don't want to talk about her. It's just you and me now. We have to trust each other.

Monique: I want to.

Rex: Don't you realize that what we have is something very special? Do you know how rare it is for someone to trust another person like I trust you?

Monique: I would do anything for you. I love you so much, Rex.

Rex: And I love you.

Monique: I just want this to be over so that you and I can finally be together.

Rex: Soon. Three more months and all our problems will be over.

Monique: But that is such a long time. Suppose -- suppose something goes wrong.

Rex: Nothing has gone wrong so far. You have to have faith in the plan.

Monique: I do. I just -- I can't help it if I miss you.

Rex: That will have to hold you for a while.

Monique: Call me tonight.

Rex: If I get the chance. Otherwise, you will just have to trust me.

Monique: I do. I will.

Rex: Now go, go. Go back to the penthouse and keep an eye on Winthrop.

Monique: I love you, Rex. Please don't ever think that Cass Winthrop could mean anything to me.

Rex: I don't, I don't.

Nicole: He can go out as much as he wants as long as he doesn't jeopardize our arrangement.

Donna: Oh, Nicole, do you really expect me to believe this?

Nicole: You know as well as I do that father is just waiting for us to make one little slip. Then he'll never let me get my hands on that trust fund.

Donna: I know how important this money is to you.

Nicole: No, it's not just the money. It's my chance to prove I can do something.

Donna: Oh, honey, I just don't want to see you hurt.

Nicole: You're blowing this all out of proportion.

Donna: I am worried about you.

Nicole: And I am worried about you.

Donna: Oh, no. Oh, no, you don't. This is not about me. This is about you.

Nicole: I wish you'd have let me tell Michael that you're pregnant.

Donna: No. And you have got to promise me that you're not going to, either.

Nicole: Donna, you can't wait forever.

Donna: You know, I really don't want to talk about this right now.

Nicole: It's not something you can hide.

Donna: No, and neither are your feelings for Cass.

Nicole: Cass and I are just friends.

Donna: You know, have you ever noticed that every time you mention his name lately, you clench your teeth?

Nicole: I do not. I feel nothing for Cass Winthrop.

Donna: You're doing it again.

Nicole: I am not!

Donna: Yes, you are.

Rex: Doing what?

Nicole: Oh, Cass!

Rex: Hi.

Nicole: Hi. Donna was just saying that she thinks we're rushing these plans. She's just not having enough to get everything together.

Rex: Oh, come on, Donna, you're not backing out on us now, are you?

Donna: Well, I admit I -- I still have a few reservations about --

Nicole: Oh, reservations! The hotel. The honeymoon. Have you made them?

Rex: Well, I thought you hadn't made up your mind where we were going yet.

Nicole: Well, we've only got till Friday. Come on. Let's go make a decision.

Rex: Ok.

Lisa: You having trouble swallowing?

Vicky: What happened?

Lisa: It's my soufflé.

Vicky: What soufflé?

Lisa: This one.

Vicky: Oh, did you make it?

Lisa: Yeah. Do you want some water? The Heimlich maneuver?

Jamie: No. Really, I'm fine. It just went down the wrong way.

Lisa: It's all right. It's terrible, isn't it? You can tell me.

Jamie: No, no! In fact, it's -- it's unbelievable.

Lisa: You liked it?

Jamie: Mmm.

Ada: Liked what?

Lisa: My corn soufflé. I was just having Jamie try it out.

Ada: Corn soufflé? I love it! Can I try it?

Lisa: Sure.

Jamie: No! I mean, I haven't -- I haven't finished yet.

Ada: Oh, that good? I can hardly wait.

Vicky: Yeah, let me get in on some of this, too.

Lisa: I want you guys to be really honest with me. You know, you don't have to like it just because Jamie does.

Jamie: Just remember, I love her.

Ada: You know, it's not really fair to test it, you know? I mean, a soufflé you should take and eat when it comes right out of the oven, before it has a chance to fall.

Lisa: You mean it's supposed to be higher than this?

Vicky: Is this peanut butter in here?

Lisa: Yeah, that's the secret ingredient.

Ada: Maybe you should keep it a secret.

Jamie: Ahem.

Lisa: Maybe you could give me some pointers.

Ada: Maybe later, all right? I'm going to go check on some turkeys.

Jamie: Maybe you should invest in a new cookbook.

Vicky: I'll help.

Jamie: You cook?

Vicky: Well, I used to watch Bridget.

Jamie: Well, with the three of us working on this, we should come up with something spectacular.

Lisa: I'd settle for edible.

Jamie: Well, listen, why don't we go over to Mac's and mom's house later on, huh?

Lisa: Can we cook there?

Jamie: Sure. Helen will help us out.

Lisa: I don't want to get in her way.

Jamie: Helen loves a kitchen full of people.

Lisa: Well, I bet she'll eighty-six the peanut butter.

Jamie: We'll find a way to sneak it in. Listen, I've got to get back to the hospital if I want to have off tonight.

Lisa: Ok.

Jamie: So I'll see you then.

Vicky: Jamie, maybe I'll see you over there.

Jamie: At the hospital?

Vicky: Yeah, well, I have a meeting with the head of the volunteers tonight.

Jamie: Oh, that's great! They're going to love you! Have them page me when you get there, ok?

Vicky: Sure, sure.

Jamie: Fantastic. Listen, I'll see you later.

Lisa: Bye-bye.

Jamie: Bye-bye. Well, look who's back.

Rachel: Hi!

Jamie: Hi.

Rachel: Did you miss me?

Jamie: Not half as much as Mac did. How was Zurich?

Rachel: Cold, busy. How's everything here?

Jamie: Just fine.

Rachel: How's Amanda?

Jamie: You know, Matthew got a b-plus on his Spanish test.

Rachel: Is Amanda still working at Sam's loft?

Jamie: Yeah, I talked to Mac today and he said that his plane's due at 2:00.

Rachel: You're ignoring my question.

Jamie: You noticed.

Rachel: Is she going to tear herself away to have Thanksgiving dinner with us?

Jamie: Keep your fingers crossed.

Rachel: Where's mom?

Jamie: Kitchen.

Rachel: Maybe she'll level with me.

Jamie: Listen, I have to get to the hospital. Welcome home.

Rachel: Ok, thanks, honey.

Lisa: Vicky, are you all right?

Vicky: Oh, I'm fine. You know, Jamie is so sweet. He just takes care of everyone, doesn't he?

Lisa: Yeah. He's wonderful.

Vicky: Too bad he's not a twin.

Lisa: Well, he does have a cousin.

Vicky: Yeah, well -- as a matter of fact, he's walking in right now.

Adam: Hey, John. Mind if I sit down?

John: Not at all.

Adam: Hey, did you see the paper? How about those bears? You think they're going to make it this year?

John: This is about my cell mate, isn't it?

Adam: Casual approach isn't working, huh?

John: You followed me here.

Adam: John, "follow" is such a harsh word.

John: Adam, I'm not going to work with you.

Adam: Come on, why not?

John: I didn't much care for those C.I.D. guys when I was in the service. Not my style.

Adam: Sorry you feel that way. I think you'd really enjoy working on this case.

John: Why?

Adam: Well, listen, I won't take up any more of your time. I know you're busy. You change your mind, you know where to get in touch with me. Well, hello, ladies.

Lisa: Sergeant Cory.

Adam: Am I going to see you later at uncle Mac's?

Lisa: You'll see the both of us.

Adam: Really?

Vicky: Yeah, we're going to be doing some cooking.

Adam: Great.

Vicky: Yeah.

Adam: Um, tell -- tell Mac that I'll pick that firewood up on the way over to the house, will you?

Lisa: Ok.

Adam: All right. I'll see you later.

Lisa: He likes you.

Vicky: Come on, he was just being polite.

Lisa: Don't underestimate yourself.

Vicky: You're the one who has the way with men, Lisa.

Lisa: What way?

Vicky: Oh, come on, you're sweet and nice and intelligent --

Lisa: You are, too.

Vicky: No, I'm not. You know, I bet you probably don't even argue.

Lisa: Jamie and I argue all the time.

Vicky: Oh, yeah? About what?

Lisa: Silly things. He likes my hair up, I like it down.

Vicky: Oh, well, that's important, huh?

Lisa: It's not. I'm not just a pushover.

Vicky: No, I didn't mean anything by it.

Lisa: I trust Jamie enough to argue with him. I bet Adam would be like that, too.

Vicky: Yeah, maybe. Well, I'd better get over to that hospital, right, for that interview.

Lisa: Ok, good luck. See you at -- see you at the Corys' later.

Vicky: Sure. Bye.

John: Weren't you going to even come over and say hello?

Vicky: No.

John: Look, Vicky, we can't keep avoiding each other forever.

Vicky: We can try.

John: Why are you so frightened of me?

Vicky: I'm not.

John: I thought you wanted everyone to tell the truth.

Vicky: I do.

John: Then why do you run every time you hear it?


Monique: Done with your exercises?

Cass: I got bored. So, back from seeing sexy Rexy?

Monique: I'm here, aren't I?

Cass: Yeah, and sooner than I thought you'd be.

Monique: Don't start.

Cass: Oh, we going to get testy already?

Monique: Nothing is going on between Rex and Nicole.

Cass: So everything is working out according to the plan?

Monique: Exactly.

Cass: You know, if you ask me, Rex is getting the best of this plan.

Monique: If you mean because he doesn't have to sit here and listen to you, I totally agree.

Cass: Hey, honey, nobody's invited you in here. You can always stay on your side of the door, you know.

Monique: Well, how else am I going to see what you're up to?

Cass: There's nothing up my sleeves, that's for sure. Nothing up my shirt.

Monique: What are you doing?

Cass: I'm going to take a shower. You mind?

Monique: Do you enjoy being rude?

Cass: What's the matter, turn you on?

Monique: I couldn't be less interested.

Cass: Oh, yeah? I'll bet Nicole finds this sexy when Rexy does it.

Monique: Rex doesn't.

Cass: Doesn't shower?

Monique: You are trying to make me angry.

Cass: If this is the effect it has on you, it has been a long time, hasn't it?

Monique: He told me he's being faithful.

Cass: Yeah, right, and the check is in the mail.

Monique: He hasn't touched Nicole, and he's not going to.

Cass: What did he do, give you the family jewels for safekeeping?

Monique: Oh, you're disgusting.

Cass: I also happen to be honest. You know, I don't know how he can keep a straight face when he lies to you, especially since the face is mine.

Monique: I am the only woman that Rex wants.

Cass: Don't kid yourself. He's already got you. Rex only wants what he doesn't have.

Monique: You don't know him at all.

Cass: Oh, I think I do. We have a bond, he and I.

Monique: Why, because you slept with his wife?

Cass: No. Because he killed mine.

Monique: An eye for an eye.

Cass: He wanted more than that. He wanted me locked up here so that he could get that trust fund money from Nicole.

Monique: Once he gets it, he'll kill her, too.

Cass: And that'll put an end to it, huh?

Monique: Oh, yes, once and for all.

Cass: Well, no, see, that's where I think you're making a big mistake. I'm not so sure Rex wants to see Nicole end.

Rex: Hey, what are you doing?

Nicole: Oh, I'm packing for the honeymoon. You know, it's not enough to just make the hotel reservations.

Rex: Yes, I know that.

Nicole: Well, you should be packing, too.

Rex: Something's bothering you.

Nicole: Yeah, I can't find a belt to go with this dress.

Rex: And that makes you angry?

Nicole: No, it just makes me frustrated, that's all.

Rex: You sound a little angry.

Nicole: Are you trying to pick a fight?

Rex: No, no. I'm actually trying to avoid one.

Nicole: Well, you could've fooled me.

Rex: Will you tell me what's wrong with you?

Nicole: Look, nothing is wrong. Everything's going according to plan, right?

Rex: You just put pajamas in your suitcase.

Nicole: So?

Rex: Well, we've been talking about Hawaii for a honeymoon, remember? They're very fetching, however.

Nicole: Well, it was an honest mistake. I just wasn't looking.

Rex: Nicole, if you and I are going to go through with this marriage thing, we're going to have to trust each other.

Nicole: I couldn't agree more.

Rex: Then why are you lying to me?

Nicole: Lying? Me?

Rex: Well, I'm not the one who's putting pajamas in my suitcase instead of negligees.

Nicole: Why are you making this big thing about it?

Rex: Something is obviously bothering you and you're not talking to me about it.

Nicole: No, I'm fine.

Rex: Oh, no, no, no. No, you don't. You're not going to take the easy way out. Now, either you tell me what's bothering you or this whole wedding is off.

Nicole: Well, that is fine, too.

Rex: What? You mean fine that it's off or fine, you're going to tell me?

Nicole: Both. Maybe you don't want to marry me, anyway, since you're seeing another woman.

Vicky: You want the truth? All right. I can't help that I'm related to you, but I wish I weren't.

John: Vicky, I know you've been hurt.

Vicky: Do you? Do you also know how much I hate what you and Donna did?

John: It was a long time ago.

Vicky: It was all this summer. And don't give me that stuff about you coming to your senses, because I don't buy it.

John: I know it's going to take a long time for you to forgive me, but --

Vicky: No, I'm never going to forgive you. And you probably don't realize how much you hurt my father.

John: You might say the same thing about yourself, how you've hurt your mother.

Vicky: Still sticking up for Donna? Great.

John: Vicky --

Rachel: I have to know how many people are coming to Thanksgiving dinner because Helen has to know how much stuff to get.

Ada: Well, I hope you don't get another skinny turkey like you did last year.

Rachel: I knew you would bring that up.

Ada: Wasn't even enough left for sandwiches.

Rachel: Well, at least we didn't have turkey hash for 14 weeks afterwards.

Ada: I love turkey hash.

Rachel: Can we change the subject? I thought we could invite Vince and Cheryl.

Ada: No!

Rachel: What's wrong with that?

Ada: Well, I think they have someplace to go.

Rachel: Have you asked him?

Ada: Uh -- well, Cheryl is going to Julie Ann's and, well, maybe you should ask Vince.

Rachel: That's what I just said. Is he here?

Ada: Oh, he will be. It's his turn to watch the turkey.

Rachel: I thought I smelled turkey.

Ada: Yeah, we made it for St. Elmo's Church.

Rachel: Why are you cooking turkeys for St. Elmo's?

Ada: Well, they're for Mary McKinnon.

Rachel: Are you up to something?

Ada: Why don't you finish your shopping before the stores close, ok?

Rachel: Well, what time is it? It's almost 1:30. I've got to get to "Brava" and -- I can't pick up -- I'm never going to make this.

Ada: Don't look at me!

Rachel: Well, where's Amanda when you need her?

Ada: Someplace else, always.

Rachel: She wasn't home when I left and she's not home now? Something's going on.

Ada: Well, I'll bet you a quarter you can get to the bottom of it.

Rachel: Since when have you become so optimistic?

Mary: Hi.

Rachel: Hi, Mary.

Mary: Hello.

Ada: What are you doing here?

Mary: I came to see if the turkeys were ready.

Ada: Well, I told you they'd be there at 3:00 and they will.

Mary: I don't want you to have to drive all the way over there. It's sweet enough of you to be donating them.

Ada: Yeah, well, it's so tragic, you know, we have all these homeless people. Thanksgiving makes it worse.

Mary: At least there will be a wonderful dinner for them, thanks to you. Tell you what, why don't I just wait here. Whenever they're ready, we'll pile them into my car.

Ada: Uh, listen, there must be so much for you to do over at that church. No, I'll see that they get delivered. I will. I --

Vince: Oh. Mary. Hey, I didn't know you were here.

Mary: Well, I'm not going to be for very long. I -- I just --

Ada: She just came by to wish us a happy Thanksgiving. Now, wasn't that nice of her?

Monique: Rex is completely trustworthy.

Cass: Rex is completely ruthless. Look what he did to Kathleen.

Monique: Oh, well, sometimes innocent people have to get hurt.

Cass: Well, I just hope you don't turn out to be one of those innocent people.

Monique: Rex loves me.

Cass: Yeah? Then prove it. Not for your sake, but for mine. I dare you.

Monique: All right. I will.

Monique: I know what you're trying to do.

Cass: What?

Monique: You're trying to turn me against Rex. What are you up to?

Rex: Seeing another woman? Me?

Nicole: It's ok, you don't have to keep covering. I saw her in the corridor outside your room last night.

Rex: Wait a minute. You saw a woman in the hallway?

Nicole: It's ok, Cass. If you're seeing someone else --

Rex: You think I'm having an affair?

Nicole: You can do whatever you want.

Rex: Because you saw someone in the hallway?

Nicole: Well, she was -- she was wearing the perfume that you said was going to be a present for me.

Rex: But that's impossible.

Nicole: Well, that's what I said. But, well, I started to put it all together, and I remembered when Felicia found that scarf.

Rex: That was a present for you.

Nicole: Look, I just want us to be honest, ok?

Rex: I don't know how you could even think that I would do some-- wait a minute, what time was this?

Nicole: That I saw the woman?

Rex: Yeah, it was around 10:00 last night, right?

Nicole: It was during the party.

Rex: That's why you were so upset.

Nicole: I wasn't upset.

Rex: I know who you saw.

Nicole: There was someone in your room?

Rex: I didn't want you to find out. It was a sales lady from the jewelry store. She was dropping off our wedding bands on her way home. In fact, I have them right here. See?

Nicole: Our wedding bands.

Rex: Yeah.

Nicole: Well, what about the perfume?

Rex: Well, it spilled in my drawer. I mean, the whole suite smells like Lilly of the valley.

Nicole: That's true.

Rex: I had the desk drawer open to air it out, you know? That's why you smelled that perfume. Matter of fact, I've noticed some people looking at me a little strangely lately.

Nicole: I'm sorry. But I still think this is something we should talk about.

Rex: What, other women?

Nicole: If you want to see someone over the next three months, no, I'll understand. I mean, obviously, I can't expect you to remain celibate for that long.

Rex: You're making it sound like I'm entering the priesthood.

Nicole: No, I just mean that I have to know. We can't let other people, you know, find out. We'll have to be very careful. We don't want my father to find out.

Rex: Well, that'll be easy since there's nothing to find out.

Nicole: Well, maybe it could be, well, something as simple as taking the weekends off. But we'll have to come up with a plausible excuse.

Rex: You're not listening to me, are you?

Nicole: Look, all I'm asking is that you be honest with me, ok? Because otherwise, I don't know if I'm going to be able to go through with this wedding.

[Cass chuckles]

Nicole: Now I am really confused.

Rex: We're still going to get married, though, right?

Nicole: I'll meet you at the altar.

Rex: I'll be there.

Nicole: Ok.

Rex: Where you going?

Nicole: Oh, I have something to tell Donna.

Rex: Can I help?

Nicole: No. You've done enough already.

Cass: Something I said made you suspicious of Rex?

Monique: You're up to something, aren't you?

[Phone rings]

Cass: Oh! I hate it when the phone does that.

Monique: Just stand back. Get back!

Cass: Hey, I'm getting back. No problem.


Monique: Hello?

Rex: What took you so long?

Monique: I was hoping it was you.

Cass: Tell him I said hi.

Rex: Listen, I don't have much time to talk.

Monique: Have you been with Nicole?

Rex: Will you shut up? I've just spent the afternoon trying to repair the damage you've done.

Monique: What damage?

Rex: Nicole saw you in the hallway last night.

Monique: So?

Rex: So we can't afford to take any more chances. I want you to stay away from here from now on.

Monique: But I have to see you.

Rex: Then change your entire look.

Monique: All right, Rex.

Rex: And whatever you do, get rid of that perfume.

Monique: Rex --

Cass: Ooh. Trouble in paradise?

Monique: Nicole saw me in the hallway.

Cass: So big deal. He told her that you were his girl, right?

Monique: Just leave me alone. I don't want to talk to you anymore.

Cass: You mean he didn't tell her who you were?

Monique: He can't take that chance.

Cass: No, especially now. Not when he's got Nicole almost exactly where he wants her.

Monique: The wedding's only a couple of days away.

Cass: Yeah, and the wedding night.

Monique: They mean nothing to each other.

Cass: Yeah? One way to find out for sure. Check her suitcase.

Monique: Her suitcase?

Cass: Yeah, she's probably packing for the honeymoon, right?

Monique: I don't care what she does.

Cass: And if you check the contents of the suitcase, you're going to be able to find out what's in her mind.

Monique: It doesn't matter.

Cass: See, if she's packing -- excuse me. If she's packing hiking boots and trail guides, that sort of thing, then you know that this honeymoon is just for appearances.

Monique: I am not going through her suitcase.

Cass: But if she has a lot of silky negligees or no negligees at all -- no, Rex doesn't even have to know about it. Only you would.

Monique: It'll look like I'm saying I don't trust him.

Cass: No. It'll look like you don't trust her. And besides, it's only if you get caught.

Monique: She's already seen me once.

Cass: Of course, if you're afraid of what you'll find --

Monique: I am not afraid of anything.

Cass: Then the way I see it, this is your big opportunity. Maybe the relationship is purely platonic. But you'll never know for sure unless you go for it.

Cass: All right! The first number is four. The second number is seven. Two more digits and I'm out of here.

Vince: Do you remember last Thanksgiving?

Mary: Sure. Sure, we were here.

Vince: It was the last time the whole family was -- even Kathleen.

Mary: Who spent all day trying to get you away from the football game.

Vince: Yeah, well, I was so sure you weren't going to show up.

Mary: Well, I did.

Vince: You sure did.

Ada: Well, we got a restaurant to run here. We've got work to do.

Vince: So, I guess too busy for Thanksgiving this year, huh?

Mary: Well, actually, I -- am, uh, busy. Working. Yes. I am. How about you?

Vince: Oh, I thought I'd stay here and keep the place open.

Mary: You're not going to celebrate Thanksgiving?

Vince: Well, Cheryl's going over to Julie Ann's, and, well, neither of us really feel like celebrating.

Mary: Yeah, I know. I understand. Well, I guess I'll see you at the wedding on Friday, then.

Vince: You're really going through with that?

Mary: For Cass, yes. He asked us to help.

Vince: It is just not right, Mary. I want no part of that.

Lisa: So do you think the interview at the hospital went well?

Vicky: Well, I should be able to start any day now.

Lisa: That's great. Did you wear your hair like that for the interview?

Vicky: Oh, well, I thought it looked a little more respectable.

Lisa: I think it is.

Jamie: Whoa, Vicky! Don't you look great.

Lisa: Doesn't she?

Jamie: You're no slouch, either.

Lisa: Well, tell me that after you taste the soufflé.

[Watch beeps]

Lisa: Oh, there it is.

Jamie: There's more soufflé?

Vicky: Don't ask me. I just got here.

Lisa: You keep Jamie company. I'll bring it out if it's safe.

Jamie: So, what's the -- the big occasion?

Vicky: For what?

Jamie: The new look, the hair. I mean, it's obviously not just for Thanksgiving, is it?

Vicky: Well, Jamie, what else would it be for?

Jamie: Well, I thought perhaps it's because you decided to go to your aunt Nicole's wedding on Friday.

Vicky: I wish I could.

Jamie: What's stopping you?

Vicky: I love aunt Nicole, Jamie, but I'm not prepared to see Donna right now.

Jamie: Vicky, Donna is going through a very hard time right now.

Vicky: So is my father.

Jamie: I'm not taking sides. Donna's going to need some help to get through all this. I'm her doctor. I know the stress she's under, and it's not good for her!

Vicky: How does she do it?

Jamie: Do what?

Vicky: Get everyone to feel sorry for her, like she's not responsible for all the problems she's caused.

Jamie: Vicky, people have to be given a chance to learn from their mistakes.

Vicky: Yeah, well, I'm one of those mistakes.

Jamie: Vicky, Donna loves you. And I think you love her, too.

Vicky: Think what you want, doc.

Jamie: You do me a favor?

Vicky: I'm not going to like this, am I?

Jamie: Go to the wedding and give your mother a little support.

Vicky: Is that an order?

Jamie: No.

Vicky: Good.

Jamie: I'll be going. So will Lisa.

Vicky: Will you.

Jamie: What do you say?

Vicky: Well, maybe I could make an appearance.

Jamie: Thank you.

Vicky: Don't thank me. You might just have to keep me in line.

Ada: Kind of a tough one this year, isn't it?

Vince: Yeah, it's kind of hard to find something to be thankful for.

Ada: Well, that we made it through another year?

Vince: Some of us.

Ada: I know.

Vince: You know, I used to save the wishbone for Kathleen. She -- I sure wish M.J. was here.

Ada: And Mary.

Vince: The divorce is final. I have to learn how to cope.

Ada: Oh, gee whiz, it's nearly 3:00.

Vince: What's the matter?

Ada: Well, I promised Cheryl that I would wait here and I'd be here when she got back from choir practice.

Vince: So?

Ada: So I also promised St. Elmo's Church that I would deliver their Thanksgiving dinner for the homeless.

Vince: Well, I'll take them over for you.

Ada: Oh, Vince, I can't ask you to do that.

Vince: Why not? I volunteer. I can shepherd those birds as well as you can shepherd them. Oh, hiya, Rachel. Welcome home.

Rachel: Thanks. I wanted to ask you over to our house for Thanksgiving dinner.

Ada: I already asked him.

Vince: Yeah, thank you. I got to get over to St. Elmo's. I'll see you later.

Ada: Ok.

Rachel: Wait a minute, I -- St. Elmo's. That name again.

Ada: Yeah, kind of sticks in your head, doesn't it?

Rachel: When are you ever going to learn?

Ada: Well, the holidays can be very romantic.

Rachel: They can also be very lonely.

Ada: So I killed two birds with one stone.

Rachel: Speaking of which.

Ada: What?

Rachel: I've got to get those turkeys and I've got to get over to "Brava." I'm never going to make it.

Ada: Did you ever find Amanda?

Rachel: No. I called. I can't find her. But I'm going to stop by the house before I go to "Brava." Maybe I can find her there.

Ada: Ok, good luck. Something tells me that this is going to be a Thanksgiving we will all remember.

Donna: What changed your mind?

Nicole: I told you, I talked with Cass.

Donna: And he reassured you?

Nicole: Completely. Donna, he's not having an affair.

Donna: Are you sure?

Nicole: Trust me. Sometimes a woman just knows.

Donna: This is supposed to make me feel better?

Nicole: What is that?

Donna: It's for making a seating chart for the reception. Now, don't change the subject on me.

Nicole: Look, don't worry. Cass is a really wonderful man.

Donna: Nicole, did you really want to clear all of this up or are you just relieved to find out that he says he's not having an affair?

Nicole: Donna, he's not.

Donna: And you're really happy?

Nicole: I really am. Is that so bad? As of Friday, I am going to be Mrs. Cass Winthrop.

Donna: Yes, but remember, name only.

Nicole: Maybe, and maybe not.

Donna: What is that supposed to mean?

Nicole: Come on. I have to finish packing for the honeymoon.

Donna: Nicole -- Nicole, now, you're not getting serious about Cass, are -- Nicole, will you answer me?

Cass' voice: If she's got a lot of silky nightgown or no nightgowns at all --

Jamie: Now, that's what I call a corn soufflé.

Lisa: Not bad, huh?

Jamie: Mmm.

Vicky: It's so good, I don't think we need the turkey.

Adam: Hey, hey, hey, hey! You guys eating already?

Jamie: Speaking of turkeys --

Adam: What is that?

Jamie: Corn soufflé.

Adam: Well don't just sit there, give me a fork.

Lisa: Here you go.

Jamie: Mmm.

Adam: Mmm. Mmm, your hair looks great.

Vicky: Thanks.

Lisa: So, what's the verdict on this soufflé?

Jamie: It's a masterpiece, an absolute masterpiece.

Adam: Mm-hmm.

Lisa: I can't believe that all of us are finally here together.

Adam: It is amazing, isn't it? You know, I'm sorry about the other night.

Vicky: It's ok, really.

Adam: I'll make it up to you.

Vicky: You don't have to, Adam.

Adam: What if I want to?

Lisa: Sounds good to me.

Jamie: I can make it.

Vicky: I'd love to.

Adam: You're kidding. You mean we really have a date?

Vicky: Well, don't call it a date, just call it a match because you haven't seen me dance yet.

Adam: Yeah, well, I could take you two out of three.

Vicky: Oh, you think so?

John: I didn't mean to interrupt. The maid said that you were in here.

Adam: That's ok, John.

John: Can I talk to you for a minute?

Jamie: Listen, why don't we go into the kitchen for a while and help Ellen clean up the mess a little bit. Come on.

Lisa: Yeah, come on, Vicky.

Adam: What's up?

John: That guy that I met in jail -- Rafferty -- came to see me again.

Adam: I figured he would.

John: He knows I'm a vet.

Adam: Yeah, we heard he was in Nam, too.

John: So what haven't you told me?

Adam: Did he try and tell you that he could help out your buddies?

John: Yeah, something like that.

Adam: What did he want?

John: He said something about a delivery in Chicago across the lake. He wanted to use my boat.

Adam: What did you say?

John: I told him that I would think about it. Now, you said this guy is a dealer?

Adam: Well, it's a little more than that, really. He runs a network of dealers, guys that he got hooked on drugs in Nam. He keeps them hooked here, he keeps them under control.

John: Why can't you just pick him up?

Adam: Well, we have from time to time on small things. That's how you ran into him in jail.

John: But nothing sticks?

Adam: His name is Teflon on the street.

John: He keeps those guys hooked on drugs, huh?

Adam: As if they don't have enough problems already.

John: Oh, man.

Adam: So what is it? Partners?

John: I'll think about it. Can I get out this way? I don't think that Vicky was too thrilled to see me.

Adam: Sure.

John: I didn't know that you could see the Love estate from here.

Adam: Yeah. Must be pretty lonely over there these days, huh?

John: Yeah, there's just Donna and Bridget and --

Adam: What is it?

John: No way. No way!

Adam: John, what is it? John! - Where is he?!- He's in the bathroom!

Vince: Turkey man! Does anybody know where these things go?

Mary: Vince?

Vince: Mary.

Mary: I thought Ada was bringing these.

Vince: Well, I'm just -- I'm just helping out.

Mary: If I didn't know better, I'd think you were following me.

Vince: If you knew better, you wouldn't have walked away in the first place.

Rachel: Anybody home?

Jamie: Hi, mom. We're all in the kitchen.

Rachel: Oh, including Amanda?

Jamie: Dream on.

Rachel: Haven't you at least seen her?

Jamie: Not today.

Rachel: Honey, I'm getting worried. I mean, I called Sam's loft. There wasn't any answer. Do you think maybe she got upstairs and nobody heard her?

Jamie: Well, I don't think so, no.

Donna: What did Cass say to you? I mean, you're acting so different.

Nicole: Well, it wasn't what he said.

Donna: Oh, would you like to explain that?

Nicole: I think this marriage of convenience might turn out to be more than convenient.

Donna: Nicole, are you saying --

Nicole: I think he cares for me. I really do.

Donna: Oh, honey.

Nicole: What are you doing?

Donna: What is this, a maid? No, wait, what are you doing in here?

Nicole: Hey, who are you?

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