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Another World Transcript Thursday 11/27/03

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Mac: You're so far away.

Rachel: Oh, I'm sorry.

Mac: A few hours and we'll be on our way to New York.

Rachel: I'm afraid my thoughts are very much in Bay City tonight.

Felicia: Mitch. Hi, honey.

Cass: Hi, Mitch. Felicia and I were just talking about Monte Carlo.

Mitch: I heard.

Felicia: The hockey game over already, huh?

Mitch: Well, if it weren't, I wouldn't be hearing about your trip, would I?

Cass: Well, you knew that we and Felicia were going to Monte Carlo?

Felicia: For Nicole's fashion show. Remember? Cass asked me to do the commentary.

Mitch: Well, it's just that he asks so many things of you, it's hard to keep up.

Cass: What does that mean?

Mitch: If you want to go to Monte Carlo with Cass, that's fine.

Felicia: Mitch, wait. I mean, I'm not going with him. I -- I'm going to do a job.

Mitch: Whatever.

Felicia: Mitch?

Cass: Wait a minute. You and I have to talk.

Mitch: Your place or mine?

Cass: Mine.

Felicia: Well, wait a minute, now, this is silly, guys.

Cass: No, no, no, no, it's time we got this all squared away and out in the open.

Felicia: What out in the open? We don't have any secrets.

Nicole: Mitch, you are just the man I've been looking for. You and I are going to Europe.

Scott: Jamie, so what'd you want see us about?

Chad: It's about Dawn. What happened?

Jamie: Let's sit down, ok?

Chad: No, I want to sit down. Just tell me how she is.

Jamie: This is more complicated than I thought at first.

Chad: What does that mean?

Scott: Let him talk, Chad.

Jamie: The lab results have come back.

Scott: And?

Jamie: And before I give a definite diagnosis, I'd like to rerun them along with a backup test to confirm.

Scott: Why's that?

Jamie: Just to be on the safe side. Plus, I'd like some more information on Dawn's background.

Chad: More?

Jamie: Yes, a personal history. Both you and Dawn have told me that she was never an intravenous drug user.

Chad: Look, why do you keep harping on that, man?

Scott: Go on.

Jamie: She had a bad car accident five years ago, is that right?

Chad: Yeah, yeah, right.

Jamie: So I got the medical report from the Chicago hospital she was in and they said she had a blood transfusion.

Chad: That's right, my mother donated the blood.

Jamie: Your mother? Why?

Chad: She and Dawn had the same rare blood type and the hospital supply was low, and so my mother donated the blood.

Jamie: I see. Well, then I'll need to ask some questions about your mother.

Chad: Well, what kind of questions?

Jamie: Well, some personal questions concerning her lifestyle.

Sam: There, that makes it official.

Cheryl: What?

Sam: Well, the Christmas season. That's my first kiss this year under the mistletoe.

Cheryl: Well, Sam, I certainly hope it's not your last.

Julie Ann: Do you want to go, Amanda?

Amanda: Um, yeah, maybe I'd better just go back.

Cheryl: Amanda. Hi.

Julie Ann: Don't go over there.

Amanda: I'm not going to run away. I said I'd talk to him. Hi.

Cheryl: Hi.

Amanda: Great party, huh?

Cheryl: Look, Amanda, I want you to meet a friend of mine. Amanda Cory --

Amanda: Hi, Sam.

Sam: Hello, Amanda.

Amanda: I didn't know you'd be here.

Cheryl: You two know each other?

Amanda: Yeah, Sam and I know each other.

Cheryl: Oh.

Amanda: How are you, Sam?

Sam: Fine.

Amanda: I didn't think you'd be here.

Cheryl: Oh, I invited Sam.

Amanda: How nice.

Sam: Yeah, Cheryl and I are friends.

Amanda: Looked like good friends.

Julie Ann: Cheryl. It's been such a long time since I've seen you. How are you?

Cheryl: Look, do you know if there's anything going on between those two?

Julie Ann: Sam and Amanda?

Cheryl: Yeah.

Julie Ann: Beats me. Come on, let's talk over here.

Vicky: Look at all this loot, will you? Remind me to throw for myself.

Adam: Hey, listen, play your cards right, I'll throw it for you.

Vicky: Oh.

Sam: Cheryl and I were under the mistletoe. That's why I kissed her.

Amanda: You're such a traditional guy.

Sam: I don't know why I'm explaining myself to you.

Amanda: Nobody asked you to.

Sam: Wait a minute.

Cheryl: There's definitely something going on between them.

Julie Ann: Sam and Amanda were dating.

Cheryl: You're kidding. I mean, I knew Sam was seeing someone, but I didn't know it was Amanda.

Julie Ann: Neither did he.

Cheryl: What?

Julie Ann: Nothing.

Cheryl: Well, are they still seeing each other?

Julie Ann: Well, not now, no.

Cheryl: Well, then, I like Sam, and he seems to like me. He wouldn't be here with me tonight if he was seeing someone else, right?

Julie Ann: Right.

Cheryl: Then there's nothing wrong with us being here tonight. Excuse me.

Lisa: Oh, potpourri. Isn't this cute?

Vicky: Whoopee.

Adam: What's the matter with you?

Vicky: Nothing. It's just that this party could use a little pizzazz.

Adam: Pizzazz or a certain doctor?

Jamie: I wouldn't ask if it weren't important.

Chad: Look, my mother's life has got nothing to do with you.

Jamie: This has to do with Dawn.

Chad: Well, what the hell's the matter with her?

Scott: Hold on a second, Chad. Now, look, is this information about Dawn's mother important?

Jamie: Yes, especially since I found out about the blood transfusion.

Chad: That was years ago.

Jamie: That makes it even more important.

Chad: Why?

Jamie: We didn't know as much back then.

Chad: Well, it seems like you don't know a hell of a lot now!

Jamie: I want to make absolutely sure before --

Chad: I'm getting out of here, man. I want another doctor.

Scott: Hold on a second! Jamie is a good doctor! Now, just chill out and tell him what he needs to know.

Jamie: Did your mother, to your knowledge, ever use intravenous drugs?

Chad: No, not that I know of.

Jamie: What was her lifestyle like?

Chad: Man, this has got nothing to do with my sister.

Scott: Calm down, calm down! Is this information important to help Dawn out?

Jamie: Yes, it could help me understand what I'm dealing with.

Scott: Look, Jamie is a doctor. He's not going to say anything, all right? All right?

Chad: My mother was a prostitute.

Jamie: I see. Dawn told me that she died recently. How did she die?

Chad: Her heart.

Jamie: I have to go to the lab. I'll be right back in a few minutes, ok?

Chad: Man, he doesn't know what he's doing!

Scott: I think he does.

Chad: Oh, that's very easy for you to say! It's not your sister who's in there!

Scott: I love your sister, Chad. I love her. Now, you and me are going to have to do what we can to help her out. You're going to have to calm down, ok? Calm down.

Mac: Hmm. The snow looks beautiful. Let's go out on the balcony.

Rachel: Ooh, it'll be cold.

Mac: Well, you have this to keep you warm. And this.

Rachel: This is what I really need.

Felicia: You're taking Mitch with you to Europe?

Nicole: As my photographer for the show.

Felicia and Cass: Oh.

Cass: Good idea.

Felicia: Yeah.

Mitch: I already have a job.

Nicole: Yes, but this is a major fashion event. I'm sure they'd want you to cover it.

Mitch: Look, can I think about this later?

Cass: Yeah, you see, Mitch and I were just about to have a little --

Nicole: Oh, you know, I have something to talk to you about, too.

Cass: Well, can't it wait?

Nicole: I have a lot to tell you, Cass.

Cass: Don't move, I'll be right back. Nicole, I don't have time to talk to you right now.

Nicole: No, now, I've been doing some looking around today at workplaces. Everything is either too small or too grim or too far out of town, and, you know, they're all too expensive.

Cass: I'll take care of it, all right?

Nicole: No, but I've been trying to decide about a commentator for the show --

Cass: I asked Felicia. It's all set.

Nicole: What?

Cass: Yeah, I heard she did such a great job in the first show, so I figured why not.

Nicole: Well, sure, why not?

Cass: What's the matter with you?

Nicole: Well, nothing. It's just that, you know, I thought we would talk about this first before --

Cass: Well, I knew you'd agree.

Nicole: Well, of course I agree.

Cass: You trust my judgment, don't you?

Nicole: Yes.

Cass: We are partners, aren't we?

Nicole: 50/50.

Cass: You asked Mitch to be the photographer without telling me, didn't you? Which, by the way, I think is a good idea.

Nicole: Do you? I mean --

Cass: What?

Nicole: Well, are you sure you trust me with all that money you lent me?

Cass: Nicole, it's a little late for anxiety attacks, don't you think? Why don't you relax, ok?

Felicia: Why don't you stop all this business with Cass, all right?

Mitch: I can't.

Felicia: Why? It's so silly. I love you.

Mitch: I'm going to have a talk with him.

Felicia: But he's talking to Nicole. Look. Come on.

Mitch: Then I'll wait.

Mac: Isn't that lovely?

Rachel: You think it'll delay our flight?

Mac: Oh, the plane doesn't take off till midnight. I think it'll be stopped by then. New York can be very romantic in the snow.

Rachel: I don't care where we are as long as we're together.

Mac: You're not so thrilled about going anymore, are you?

Rachel: Honestly? No.

Mac: Why not, Rachel?

Rachel: I just -- I just feel like being at home, Mac. I hope you understand.

Mac: Ok. I'll try. I'll pour you a nice, warm brandy, we'll slip into our nice, warm bed, and then we're going to have a nice, long talk.

Rachel: Yes, then we'll talk.

Vicky: Oh, I don't care if Jamie's not here.

Adam: Really? Oh, well, you just seemed so much more up when he was.

Vicky: Well, somebody had to liven up this party.

Adam: Yeah, well, it's a shame he couldn't have stayed.

Vicky: Yeah. Yeah, I'm sure Lisa's really disappointed.

Lisa: Thank you. Thank you, everybody.

Vicky: Why doesn't someone turn on some music?

Lisa: Yeah.

Adam: Hey, that's a good idea. Let's get this party cranked up.

Cheryl: Want to dance?

Sam: No, thank you.

Cheryl: So, you and Amanda were dating?

Sam: We're not anymore.

Cheryl: Just because you guys had a fight doesn't mean you can't have fun now, right?

Sam: Yeah, right.

Julie Ann: They're just friends, Amanda.

Amanda: But she's so pretty.

Julie Ann: Amanda, I think your mother's right. You have to tell Sam that you're pregnant.

Amanda: I can't do it now. What am I going to do, walk over and cut in?

Julie Ann: When?

Amanda: I don't know. Whenever I can get him alone.

Julie Ann: Amanda.

Vicky: Amanda.

Amanda: Hi.

Vicky: I'm glad you could make it.

Amanda: Do you know Julie Ann Edwards?

Julie Ann and Vicky: Hi.

Vicky: You two don't look very cheery. Maybe some of this could help.

Julie Ann: What is it?

Vicky: It's punch, and I'm not talking Shirley Temples.

Amanda: Oh, great, I could use a -- oh, no, I'm not supposed to.

Vicky: Supposed to what?

Julie Ann: She's on a non-alcohol diet.

Vicky: Oh, this time of year?

Cheryl: Would you excuse me for a second?

Sam: Yeah.

Cheryl: Thanks.

Amanda: Ahem. Sam?

Sam: Yeah?

Amanda: I need to talk to you tonight.

Sam: We've said everything there is to be said.

Amanda: Not everything.

Nicole: And I thought maybe we should hire a public relations person. I mean, the more publicity we can get, the better --

Cass: Would you excuse me?

Nicole: Cass, I have --

Cass: Buy me a drink and I'll be right back, ok? I'm ready.

Felicia: Cass --

Mitch: Let's go.

Felicia: No, no, guys, come on, this is silly.

Cass: No, it's time to settle a few things.

Felicia: How? Mit-- great. Well, you mind if I join you?

Nicole: Not at all. Uh-oh. What's wrong?

Felicia: Oh, I feel like I'm in the middle of a bad movie -- "The attack of the cavemen, part ii."

Nicole: Huh?

Felicia: Oh, never mind.

Nicole: Oh, Cass told me that he hired you as a commentator for the show. That's great.

Felicia: He didn't give me much time to think about it, you know?

Nicole: Well, what's to think about? A free trip to France? I mean, Monte Carlo, you know? Where's the best place to stay?

Felicia: What?

Nicole: Which hotel?

Felicia: Where?

Nicole: In Monte Carlo?

Felicia: What about Monte Carlo?

Nicole: Oh, it must be me.

Felicia: What?

Nicole: Well, Cass drifts off when I talk to him, too.

Felicia: Oh, no, honey, he's got a lot of things on his mind, that's all.

Nicole: You know, now that I know the real Cass, I can really see the differences between him and Rex.

Felicia: Yeah, wish I had noticed them earlier.

Nicole: Cass is so sensitive.

Felicia: Hmm. He is. I mean, you know, when you get to know him.

Nicole: It must be difficult, you know, adjusting to Kathleen's death.

Felicia: Yeah, he loved her a lot.

Nicole: Well, from what he says, sounds like a happy marriage.

Felicia: Yes. Yes, it was. Are you jealous?

Nicole: Don't be ridiculous. No, I just feel sad that Cass had to lose someone he loved so much.

Felicia: Hmm.

Nicole: By the way, where did he go?

Felicia: Oh, he's in his suite.

Nicole: Good. Well, I forgot to tell him something.

Felicia: No, no, no, no.

Nicole: No, it's about the business.

Felicia: No, no, no, no, he and Mitch have a little unfinished business to do themselves, ok? Ok.

Cass: This sort of feels like the "gunfight at the O.K. Corral," doesn't it?

Mitch: Let's just get to it, ok?

Cass: Ok. First of all, I'm sorry you had to find out about our affair the way you did.

Mitch: So am I.

Cass: Felicia and I decided to hold off letting you see those parts of Kathleen's journal until she had a chance to talk to you.

Mitch: You both decided to keep it from me.

Cass: Look, this relationship that Felicia and I had ended years ago.

Mitch: So she said.

Cass: Well, that's the truth.

Mitch: But you're still friends.

Cass: Well, why shouldn't we be? We loved each other and respected each other back then. We still do. We just felt that we weren't right for each other as lovers.

Mitch: Well, at least you're telling the same story.

Cass: What's your problem?

Mitch: My problem is I wish she would've told me. But that's ok. That's all in the past. That's none of my business.

Cass: So?

Mitch: What bothers me is that you keep popping up in the present.

Cass: What are you getting at?

Mitch: What is it that you're up to with Felicia?

Cass: I'm not up to anything with Felicia.

Mitch: I don't see it that way.

Cass: I'm not in love with her.

Mitch: I know that.

Cass: Then what is the problem?

Mitch: The problem is I don't like the way that you use her.

Cass: How am I using her?

Mitch: For one thing, what about dragging her into the Rex business?

Cass: She's the only one I knew would believe me!

Mitch: Did you ever stop to think of the danger you were putting her in?

Cass: Yes, I did, but there was nowhere else to turn.

Mitch: So you risk her life?

Cass: She could've said no.

Mitch: She could've said no, but she didn't so, and you knew that she wouldn't say no. You know, she's very loyal to the people that she cares about.

Cass: I'm very loyal to the people I care about, too! I'd do anything for that woman!

Mitch: Does that include coming between the two of us?

Cass: If there's any problem between you and Felicia, it's because of you.

Mitch: How?

Cass: You've taken a close friendship and you've blown it completely out of proportion here!

Mitch: Look, let's get one thing straight -- I love Felicia, and no one, including yourself, is going to come between the two of us.

Cass: I'm not trying to come between the two of you. Don't you understand? I'm still in love with Kathleen! If I'm leaning on Felicia, it's because she understands what it means to lose somebody like I lost Kathleen.

Mitch: I understand that.

Cass: No, I don't think you do. No one --

[knock on door]

Cass: Can ever replace Kathleen for me. I don't want anything to do with another woman.

Scott's voice: I just happen to know this park that's a lot like a grotto, and it's kind of quiet and private.

Dawn: It sounds perfect. But then anything is perfect as long as I'm with you.

Scott: You mean that?

Dawn: I never lie.

Scott: You know what?

Dawn: Hmm?

Scott: This is the best day of my life!

Dawn: It's not every day that you pass the bar exam.

Scott: It's not every day that I figure out I'm in love, either, with you.

Chad: What the hell is going on in there? I can feel something's going on.

Scott: Jamie just wanted to look at her tests.

Chad: For what?

Scott: I don't know.

Chad: Well? Have you figured out what's the matter with my sister?

Jamie: I knew what was wrong with Dawn when she came in here. She had pneumonia.

Scott: Why didn't you just say so? I mean, you can treat that, right?

Jamie: There's more, I'm afraid.

Chad: You just tell me what the matter with my sister is, ok?

Jamie: Her first test results showed the presence of pneumocystis.

Chad and Scott: What's that?

Jamie: Without getting technical, it's -- it's an unusual pneumonia, type of pneumonia that's only seen in certain disease states.

Chad: All right, so what does all this mean?

Jamie: Well, I wanted to rerun the blood tests to be sure. There's a test call the ELISA test.

Scott: The ELISA test?

Jamie: Dawn tested positive. It puzzled me at first, until I found out about Dawn's mother. And then I reran the backup test called the Western Blot, and it confirmed the ELISA.

Chad: What has my mother got to do with what's wrong with Dawn?

Jamie: Her lifestyle put her in a very high-risk category. She donated blood for Dawn's transfusion before there was careful blood screening.

Scott: Jamie, Jamie, Jamie, what are you saying?

Jamie: Dawn has AIDS.

Sam: I don't see why there's anything more to say.

Amanda: There is.

Sam: What? More lies?

Amanda: What I have to say is the truth. Only that I wish that it weren't.

Sam: Great, so tell me.

Amanda: I can't tell you here.

Sam: If this is some sort of trick, I don't want to deal with it.

Amanda: Sam, come on. Can't we even be civil to one another?

Sam: This is important, huh?

Amanda: Yes.

Sam: All right, so we'll talk.

Amanda: Alone?

Sam: Come over to my loft later. I'll drop Cheryl off first.

Amanda: Ok. Thanks.

Sam: Amanda?

[Phone rings]

Sam: Something has happened. You look different.

Vicky: Amanda? Excuse me. Telephone.

Amanda: Oh, thanks. We'll talk later. Thanks. Hello?

Rachel: Hi, sweetie, it's me.

Amanda: Oh, hi, Mom.

Rachel: Have you told Sam yet?

Amanda: No, I'm supposed to meet with him later tonight. Did you tell Dad?

Rachel: Not yet.

Amanda: Why don't you wait until you get back from New York?

Rachel: We're not going.

Amanda: What?

Rachel: I can't leave you right now.

Amanda: Where are you?

Rachel: At Tops. We're just on our way home.

Amanda: I wish you didn't have to tell him.

Rachel: He's your father, Amanda. He has a right to know.

Mac: What do I have to know?

Mac: Answer me, Rachel. What do I have to know?

Rachel: Let's go home, Mac.

Mac: Are you keeping secrets from me already again?

Rachel: I'm not keeping anything from you. It's just not the place to discuss it here.

Mac: Well, wasn't that Amanda?

Rachel: Yes.

Mac: Well, was it to do with her?

Rachel: Mac, I'm not telling you anything until we get home.

Mac: I knew something was wrong. The way you've been behaving all evening, canceling the trip --

Rachel: I'm not keeping secrets from you, Mac.

Mac: What do you call this?

Rachel: Trying to get out of here.

Mac: Well, I hope that's all it is.

Rachel: It is, believe me.

Cass: Hello, Rachel. Hi, Mac.

Felicia: Hi. You're back.

Cass: Hi. Yeah, um, why don't we go out and get some fresh air?

Nicole: Fresh air? Cass, it's freezing out there.

Cass: Well, that's why God invented fake fur.

Nicole: Fake?

Cass: Come on.

Felicia: Did -- did you and Cass straighten everything out?

Mitch: We talked.

Felicia: And is my past now a real thing of the past?

Mitch: Yours is. I'm not so sure about Cass'.

Nicole: Oh, it's freezing out here.

Cass: Just think warm thoughts.

Nicole: Like what?

Cass: Forest fires, the Sahara in the middle of August, Kathleen Turner.

Nicole: Oh, Kathleen Turner?

Cass: Hmm, I feel warmer already.

Nicole: Well, you don't look warm. Here, get under my coat.

Cass: Excuse me?

Nicole: Just get under here and shut up.

Cass: Oh, no, I'm fine.

Nicole: Ok. What are we doing out here, anyway?

Cass: You said you wanted to talk, right?

Nicole: Well, I talk better when my teeth aren't chattering.

Cass: I don't think Mitch wants to see me just now.

Nicole: Why?

Cass: A little misunderstanding. Do you like the snow?

Nicole: Yeah, from a distance.

Cass: It's peaceful.

Nicole: Yeah. I guess so.

Cass: They say that freezing to death is the best way to go. After a while, you just close your eyes and --

Nicole: I don't think there's any real good way to go.

Cass: I'm sorry, I didn't mean to sound morbid.

Nicole: Are you terribly unhappy?

Cass: Why do you ask that?

Nicole: I heard what you said.

Cass: When?

Nicole: In your room just now, about not being able to love another woman after Kathleen.

Cass: It's just the way I feel.

Nicole: You must have loved her very much.

Cass: Yes.

Nicole: You really think that she'd want you to spend the rest of your life all alone?

Cass: Well, she always maintained that she hoped I'd find companionship. That's the word she used, "companionship."

Nicole: Was she jealous?

Cass: She'd never admit it for a minute.

Nicole: She loved you very much.

Cass: We liked each other, too. That's what made it special.

Nicole: And you don't think it could happen again?

Cass: I doubt it very seriously. You asked me if I was unhappy.

Nicole: Are you?

Cass: I've got my work, I've got Felicia and Wallingford, and I've got you.

Nicole: Me?

Cass: Yeah, you. You stood up for me. You trusted me when I needed you. Now we're business partners. I'm very grateful to you for all of that.

Nicole: I care about you.

Cass: I care about you, too. You're a good pal, kiddo.

Jamie: I know this is a shock, Chad.

Chad: There's got to be a mistake.

Jamie: Chad, I have checked and rechecked the test results, and she tests positive each time.

Chad: Girls like Dawn don't get AIDS.

Scott: It was the blood transfusion, right?

Chad: That my mother gave her? That's years ago!

Jamie: When there was little or no screening of the blood for the AIDS virus, Chad. Considering your mother's lifestyle --

Chad: No, you're lying! You're lying to me!

Scott: Chad, Chad, Chad, let go of him, let go of him!

Chad: He is crazy, man! Girls like Dawn don't get AIDS! They die from that. People die from that!

Jamie: Chad, I am sorry.

Chad: No, I'm sorry, you see, because I'll just go out and get her another doctor. I'll get her out of here.

Scott: Easy, take it easy.

Jamie: Chad, they'll only tell you only the same thing.

Chad: Look, it's a mistake. I know it's a mistake, you know it's a mistake.

Scott: Come on, hey! This isn't going to help Dawn out! All right? What do we do now?

Jamie: I have started her on something called Bactrim.

Scott: Wait --

Chad: Well, so then you can treat it?

Jamie: Well, we can probably help her get through the pneumocystis.

Chad: Well, then what?

Scott: She's not going to get -- she's not going to get well, Chad.

Chad: No. No. Not Dawn. We're not talking about my baby sister now.

Scott: Listen to me --

Chad: No.

Scott: Does she know?

Jamie: I tried to tell her, but she refused to listen. She was adamant that I talk to you two first. Now, she's acting as if nothing's wrong, so I strongly recommend that we go in there and talk to her again.

Chad: Why? Why does she have to know?

Jamie: It's her life.

Scott: Chad, Chad, Chad, Chad, we have to tell her. She's got to listen to us. All right? Ok? Ok, buddy?

Chad: When do we tell her?

Jamie: The sooner the better.

Chad: Tonight?

Jamie: I think it's best, yes.

Scott: Ok, look, why don't you and me -- we'll take a walk, all right? We'll get ourselves together a little bit, huh?

Chad: Ok.

Scott: Ok.

Chad: I don't understand this. She never hurt anybody.

Jamie: I know. Most people who get AIDS never did.

[Phone rings]

Lisa: Hello?

Jamie: Hi. It's me.

Lisa: What is it? Is it your patient?

Jamie: She has AIDS.

Lisa: Oh, Jamie.

Jamie: I'll explain everything later.

Lisa: Jamie, I'm sorry.

Jamie: Damn it, Lisa, I was trained to keep people alive. I can't stand this.

Lisa: Jamie -- Jamie, I'm sure she knows that you're doing everything you can.

Jamie: But it just isn't enough.

Mac: I don't see why you couldn't have told me in the car.

Rachel: I just wanted us to be home.

Mac: Well, if you're trying to put it off, whatever it is --

Rachel: I'm trying -- I'm trying to make it as easy as possible, if that's possible.

Mac: I thought keeping secrets was far in the past with us.

Rachel: I just found out, Mac.

Mac: Has it to do with Mitch Blake?

Rachel: No, it's --

Mac: Well?

Rachel: Why don't you sit down, darling.

Mac: Come on, will you? Just tell me what it is.

Rachel: None of this should've happened in the first place.

Mac: Rachel, I'm going to lose patience.

Rachel: Before I tell you anything, I want to say that I accept full responsibility for this. It's my fault. It is about Amanda.

Jamie: How you feeling?

Scott: I don't know. How's Dawn?

Jamie: She's awake. Are you ready to go in now?

Chad: Wait. Why do we have to tell her?

Scott: Hey, we already discussed this, right?

Chad: Yeah, I know, but they're working on this thing day and night. They'll find a cure.

Jamie: Chad, we're just telling her the truth.

Chad: I know, but --

Jamie: Chad, she needs to know. You have to understand for her sake. She has to know and accept this so she can learn how to take care of herself.

Chad: All right. I just love her so much.

Scott: Hey, so do I. So we have to make sure that she knows we're there for her. All right?

Jamie: Scott's right. She's going to need you now more than ever.

Chad: Well, I won't let her down.

Jamie: Ok, listen, I'm just going to alert the nurses' station not to disturb us. I'll be right back.

Chad: She had such a good life ahead of her.

Scott: Yeah, yeah, yeah. She wanted a house, kids.

Chad: Oh, man. Why her? Why her? She was so good. I mean, the life that I led, that my mother led -- it's just not right. Why her?

Scott: I wish I knew, buddy. It doesn't make any sense.

Chad: We did this, my mother and me. It's because of our lives --

Scott: No. No, Chad.

Chad: That she is like that.

Scott: No.

Chad: She is the best part of our lives.

Scott: No.

Chad: We did this to her.

Vicky: Oh, hey, you guys don't have to do that. The maids will clean it up.

Adam: Oh. The maids.

Vicky: Would you stop it? You just wish you had it so good.

Lisa: Vicky, this party was wonderful. Thank you.

Vicky: You're welcome. I'm just sorry Jamie couldn't stay.

Lisa: Yeah, well, I'm getting used to playing second fiddle to the hospital.

Adam: And here it was that you were the one who used to hold him up for me.

Vicky: Oh, really?

Adam: Lisa helped me out on the sin stalker case.

Lisa: And, boy, were you grumpy about that.

Adam: It was just because I had never worked with a psychic before. I thought you were a little --

Lisa: Weird?

Adam: No. No, no, I thought you were different. Now I think you're weird.

Lisa: Oh, thank you.

Adam: Listen, I'm sure Jamie found it very difficult to leave.

Vicky: It's so great how chummy you both are.

Lisa: Well, I'm going to go see Jamie at the hospital. I'm going to go get my coat.

Adam: Yes, sirree. That Jamie's a very lucky man.

Vicky: Can it, will you, Adam?

[Phone rings]

Vicky: Excuse me. Hello?

Jamie: Vicky, hi. It's Jamie.

Vicky: Jamie, hi.

Jamie: Is Lisa there?

Vicky: No, she's not at the moment.

Jamie: Oh. Listen, I've got to go. Would you tell her that I won't be home tonight?

Vicky: Ok.

Jamie: Oh, and, Vicky?

Vicky: Yeah?

Jamie: Tell her I love her.

Vicky: Lisa, Jamie called.

Lisa: Oh, I could've come to the phone.

Vicky: He was in a rush, and he just said that he wouldn't be home tonight.

Lisa: Oh. Did he say anything else?

Vicky: No.

Adam: What, no passionate declarations of love?

Vicky: Sorry.

Adam: Well, hey, look, some guys just aren't very romantic on the phone.

Lisa: I think something's wrong.

Mitch: Ok. I owe you an apology.

Felicia: It's all right, really. Forget it.

Mitch: No, no, you were right. I mean, it's not that Cass was interested in you. It was that Cass just hasn't gotten over Kathleen.

Felicia: Yes, I know that. You know, things like death don't happen to Cass Winthrop. That's why he's not very good at it. That's why I try to be there when he needs me.

Mitch: Well, I didn't know that. I know that now.

Felicia: I'm glad you do.

Mitch: So he really used to be a lady's man.

Felicia: Oh, yes, the biggest, really.

Mitch: But he said he wasn't going to ever be looking at another woman.

Felicia: Yeah, he says that, but he doesn't mean it. He just doesn't know it yet.

Mitch: Maybe you should tell Nicole?

Felicia: Hmm --

Mitch: She heard him.

Felicia: No, I don't think I should tell Nicole anything right now. I'm glad that you and Cass talked. I am.

Mitch: Look, if -- if I acted like a jerk --

Felicia: No, no, I should've been more honest with you, really.

Mitch: No, it's just -- it's that --

Felicia: What?

Mitch: I really haven't cared that much about too many people before.

Felicia: Yes?

Mitch: And if I get possessive -- I guess what I'm trying to say is I don't want to lose you.

Felicia: That could never happen.

Cass: Well, well, well.

Nicole: Ooh.

Cass: Looks like Felicia and Mitch have made up.

Nicole: Well, I'm sure glad they did before I froze to death.

Cass: It's nice to see two people in love, isn't it?

Nicole: I thought you didn't approve of romance.

Cass: For other people I do. I just don't think it's for me. Good night.

Nicole: Good night.

Dawn: You're a grim-looking bunch. What's up?

Jamie: Dawn, we need to talk to you about your diagnosis.

Dawn: But I already know what I've got.

Chad: You do?

Dawn: Yeah, pneumonia. Why? What happened? Now I've got double pneumonia? If I've got double pneumonia, all you have to do is give me twice the medicine and I'll --

Chad: What's happening to her? Honey? Dawn?

Dawn: Will you stop? I have pneumonia. I cough. Maybe I can play Camille. I've always wanted to sing "Traviata."

Scott: Oh, Dawn.

Dawn: I'm going to be ok. Don't worry about me. I'll come out of this. Now, what's going on in the real world, huh? Bet you all the Christmas tree lights are up.

Scott: Yeah, they -- they look really pretty.

Dawn: I love Christmas displays. You know, maybe next year you and I can go to New York, because the Christmas lights are so beautiful.

Chad: Oh, God.

Dawn: Chad, where are you going?

Chad: I just love you so much.

Dawn: What's the matter with him? What's the matter with Chad?

Scott: It's just really hard on him right now.

Dawn: What is hard on him? This looks like it's going to be bad news, huh?

Jamie: Dawn, I don't know how to tell you this.

Dawn: Tell me what? What? I know, it's bad news, right? So I can't go home for Christmas, right? I can't go home for Christmas? Well, that's no big deal. Scott, as long as we're together this Christmas, it's going to be the happiest Christmas I've ever had.

Mac: What about Amanda? Is she sick?

Rachel: No.

Mac: Well, Rachel, what is it?

Rachel: Mac, you know -- you know how she feels about Sam Fowler.

Mac: Sure, she's got a crush on him, and she's going to get over it.

Rachel: She loves him, Mac.

Mac: Are you telling me they're seeing each other again?

Rachel: No. Sam doesn't want anything to do with her, not anymore.

Mac: Well, all right, then. We have no problem, do we?

Rachel: Amanda has a problem.

Mac: Well, I know how bad it must make her feel, but --

Rachel: No, you don't. She and Sam were -- they had an affair.

Mac: They were lovers? And now he wants nothing to do -- all right, all right. So? It happened, and so now it's over.

Rachel: No, it isn't over. Amanda is going to have a baby. She's going to have Sam Fowler's child.

[Knock on door]

Amanda: Hi.

Sam: Hi. Come on in.

Amanda: It's still snowing out.

Sam: Yeah, I know, I was watching. Can I get you something to drink?

Amanda: Um, tea would be nice. Herbal tea, if you have it?

Sam: Yeah, I do.

Sam: So, what did you want to talk about?

Amanda: It's so nice and cozy in here.

Sam: Yeah, when the landlord decides to turn on the heat. You should be some mornings when -- you take milk, right?

Amanda: Yeah, please. Well, heat or no heat, I do have a lot of good memories from this place.

Sam: If I'd known this is what we're going to talk about, Amanda --

Amanda: I'm not here to talk about the past, Sam.

Sam: Ok. So what do you want to talk about? You made it sound important.

Amanda: It is important. It's about the future. It affects both of us.

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