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Another World Transcript Friday 12/26/03

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Lisa: There's a hello I can identify with.

Jamie: Sorry I'm late.

Lisa: It's ok. Adam just went to make a call.

Jamie: Dawn isn't responding as well as I'd hoped, so we're going to have a conference with Dr. Landau.

Lisa: You tired?

Jamie: No, I'll be all right.

Lisa: Anything I can do?

Jamie: I wish there were.

Lisa: Do you remember why we're here?

Jamie: To take my mind off of work. Ok.

Adam: Well, the famous Dr. Frame. You finally made it.

Jamie: Hello, cuz. Yes.

Lisa: Where is she?

Adam: Who?

Lisa: Your undercover cop.

Adam: She's got the flu.

Lisa: You're kidding.

Jamie: What do you need an undercover cop for, Adam?

Adam: Why, cousin, to do undercover work.

Jamie: So, this is a business dinner, is it?

Adam: Not anymore. Has anybody told you you look just great today?

Lisa: Good enough to work for the police?

Adam: Listen, your application's already on file.

Lisa: Couldn't you kind of speed it along, Adam?

Adam: With this department, I think you're just going to have to be patient, frankly.

Jamie: What's the matter?

Adam: That's our man. And nobody undercover to get close to him.

Lisa: Well, you never know.

Adam: What?

Vince: What do you call this again?

Jason: It's my lady of the ocean. I take her everywhere. What do you think?

Vince: Well, she's well put together.

Jason: That's my pride and joy.

Vince: Probably a little stiff on the first date.

Jason: She brings me luck.

Vince: Listen, why don't you put her up over the tub? That way, she can look down at the water.

Jason: Make her feel at home.

Vince: Yeah.

Jason: Hey, thanks for bringing this stuff up.

Vince: No problem. I hope you like it here.

Jason: Well, it's better than the hotel. I got busted into last night.

Vince: Oh, no. Did you lose much?

Jason: No. She was in storage, so I guess they figured I didn't have anything else that was worthwhile stealing.

Vince: Hey, a hotel should have better security than that.

Jason: Yeah, did you tell Mary that I was moving in here yet?

Vince: Not yet, but I will. Why?

Jason: She may not be all thrilled that I'm going to live next door to her.

Vince: Why wouldn't she be?

Jason: Did I just hear somebody calling you or --

Vince: I begged Cheryl not to do that. It makes this place sound like a greasy spoon. I'm coming! Now, listen, you need anything, just yell.

Jason: Yeah, I'll yell.

Vince: Ok, bye-bye.

[Phone rings]

Reginald: Reginald Love.

Jason: Listen, I'm going to say this one time. I'm not going to repeat it, so you listen carefully.

Reginald: I'm not sure we have anything to say.

Jason: I don't like you busting into my hotel room, and I got your calling card.

Reginald: I most certainly did nothing of the --

Jason: Shut up. Your threat didn't work. You start getting my money together. All right? I'll tell you something else that you may regret. You get me mad, and I get very nasty.

Mary: Is Rachel chairing the fundraiser?

Mac: No, she just got roped into doing most of the work. She would've dragged me along with her if I hadn't had a dinner engagement with Zack.

Mary: Do you have to leave right away, or can you stay for a few minutes?

Mac: No, I'd love to have a cup of coffee.

Cheryl: Here. I'll get it.

Mac: Thank you.

Mary: I can't tell you how grateful I am that you let me read this before it was printed.

Mac: It's a terrific piece of work, isn't it?

Mary: I think it's really lovely.

Mac: Thank you.

Cheryl: I hear that Amanda's going to New York. Did she leave yet?

Mac: We just dropped her off at the airport a little while ago.

Cheryl: Really? So, I guess that means she'll be there in a couple of hours.

Mac: Yeah. I think a few days with an old friend there is just what she needs.

Cheryl: Yeah.

Sam: Mr. Cory -- Mr. Cory --

Mac: Yes?

Sam: Look, don't give me the runaround. I know Amanda went to New York.

Mac: Sam, the way you start conversations --

Sam: Just tell me where she's staying.

Mac: What?

Sam: In New York. Where is she staying? Tell me!

Mac: I don't have to tell you anything.

Sam: All right, so you don't have to tell me.

Mary: Um -- Mac, I think I'm going to take this and go sit over there.

Mac: All right. I'm sorry, Mary.

Mary: Ok.

Sam: Mr. Cory, look, this is really important. I know your daughter went to New York.

Mac: She's visiting a girlfriend there, Sam.

Sam: Yes, and I need to talk to her, except I don't know how to reach her.

Mac: Well, maybe if you'd been a little bit decent to her before she left --

Sam: Mr. Cory, I tried to explain that to her.

Mac: Oh, you did?

Sam: Yes, I did. I went over to your house, but Mrs. Cory said she wasn't home, and I know she was home.

Mac: You always have an excuse. You always lay the blame at somebody else's door, don't you?

Sam: Mr. Cory, please, just tell me where she's staying.

Mac: Amanda specifically asked me not to tell you where she was.

Sam: Look, Mr. Cory, I really care for your daughter.

Mac: Well, you have an odd way of showing it.

Sam: I'm worried about her.

Mac: Amanda is fine, Sam.

Sam: Mr. Cory, we have to have a chance to work this out. Otherwise, she's going to make a big mistake.

Mac: She's old enough to make her own decisions, Sam. The rest of us are just going to have to live with them.

Sam: Mr. Cory, you can't just leave it at that.

Mac: Yes, I can.

Sam: Please, Mr. Cory --

Mac: I don't have anything else to say to you, Sam. Hello, Vince.

Vince: Oh, nice to see you again, Mac. Listen, thanks again for letting us read the galleys of Kathleen's book. She was some kind of writer.

Mac: She certainly was.

Cheryl: Sam, think we should've told him why we think she's in New York?

Sam: Oh, yeah, like he'd believe me. I'm not even sure myself anymore.

Cheryl: Sam, we have to do something. Come on.

Sam: I know. There's got to be something to do. If she's desperate enough to be thinking about having an abortion -- wait, I got an idea.

Jamie: What's the smile for?

Lisa: You remember? I worked with the police last year.

Jamie: I do.

Adam: And she did a wonderful job, too.

Adam: But this is a professional job, ok? All right? Now, do we want to make up our minds about what we want to eat tonight?

Jamie: Yeah. What's with this guy you're after, Adam? Big time?

Adam: He's not, but he might be able to lead us to somebody who is.

Lisa: Well, what would your undercover cop do if she were here?

Adam: Lisa --

Lisa: She'd mainly listen, right? Get information?

Adam: Mm-hmm. Listen, have you had the baked salmon?

Jamie: Mmm. Had it last week. It's great.

Lisa: She'd probably move over to the bar and see if he made a phone call or gets one.

Adam: Ooh, yeah.

Lisa: Then she'd see what kind of money he's flashing around. Simple stuff.

Adam: Lisa, you're not trained. I'm sorry.

Lisa: What are you sorry for, Adam? Your undercover cop finked out, and you've got a replacement.

Jamie: She's not serious, is she?

Adam: She couldn't be.

Lisa: Come on, you guys. Lighten up. This is something I can do.

Adam: Look, Lisa, I tell you what. Just stick to being beautiful, ok?

Lisa: You don't think I can do it.

Adam: I -- I think you can do it. I --

Lisa: Good, because I will.

Adam: No, but the point is it's not your job.

Lisa: Well, what better way to prove I should be hired? Think of it as a test.

Adam: Do you have this problem? Why is it that I'm not getting through?

Lisa: Besides, Adam, it's a freebie, and the taxpayers will love you.

Jamie: Lisa, this could be dangerous.

Lisa: With Adam and his gun sitting 15 feet away? Come on.

Adam: Now, Lisa, no --

Lisa: Watch me.

Jamie: Lisa --

Adam: Lisa -- great. How could I forget that she's related to Felicia Gallant?

Man: Do you have cigarettes?

Waiter: We don't have a machine, but you can get them from the hat check girl.

Man: Thank you.

Waiter: Mm-hmm.

Lisa: Oh, hi.

Man: Hi.

Lisa: Nice to see you again. Have a nice night.

Jamie: How long does this go on, Adam?

Adam: What are you asking me for? She's your girlfriend.

Adam: What happened? I thought you were hot on his trail.

Lisa: He went in there.

Adam: So?

Lisa: It's the men's room.

Adam: Oh. Want to borrow my tie?

Lisa: Come on. Adam, he might be making a phone call.

Adam: Oh, gee, that's a good point. Well, I guess in that case, my inside operative -- maybe you should take some notes.

Lisa: Oh, I'm the outside operative.

Adam: Hmm, and a fine one you are, too. Now, come on.

Lisa: I didn't realize this was such a large operation.

Adam: We got him covered every place except the bar. I'll figure something out.

Jamie: Get that gleam out of your eye, Lisa Grady.

Adam: And, please, have a seat.

Lisa: Just until he comes out.

Adam: Would you stop already? Let's just order, can we, please?

Jamie: You're my date, remember?

Waiter: Excuse me, Dr. Frame?

Jamie: Yes?

Waiter: You have a phone call from the hospital. It's Chad Rollo.

Jamie: Thank you. I may have to go back to the hospital to see Dawn.

Lisa: I hope she's all right.

Jamie: I do, too. If I do have to leave, sergeant, make sure that the woman of my dreams gets home safely?

Adam: I promise. She's already done her civic duty for this evening.

Lisa: The guy did not even see me.

Adam: Yeah, let's just keep it that way, shall we?

Jamie: Excuse me.

Lisa: I don't know why you're so uptight, Adam.

Adam: I'm not uptight. I'm hungry. Now, we had a good time. Everything was nice. Things happened here, so let's just put it out of our mind and just order, shall we?

Lisa: I could nail him.

Adam: I'm sure you could. Point is, you don't have any authority and you don't have any training. For all I know, I could put you in trouble just letting you do something like that. I mean, not to mention the risk that's involved. I mean, what are you going to -- Lisa -- Lisa --

Jason: Getting a little slow in your old age, Reggie.

Reginald: Hello, Jason.

Jason: Took you almost five minutes to find my new phone number.

Reginald: I also got your address.

Jason: What do you need that for? You going to bust in again?

Reginald: That's what I wanted to talk to you about, Jason. If your room was burglarized, I had absolutely no part in it.

Jason: Is that right?

Reginald: Whatever it was you meant by a warning, I can assure you --

Jason: You had nothing to do with that, either, right?

Reginald: Correct.

Jason: Nothing like a six-inch blade to try to put a little fear into me.

Reginald: I detest knives.

Jason: I detest the way that you are doing business. I will have to stop acting like a gentleman.

Reginald: I see no reason why either one of us should be issuing threats.

Jason: Good.

Reginald: I mean, after all, we do have a business arrangement. And it's still in effect, as far as I'm concerned.

Jason: I hope you mean that.

Reginald: Absolutely.

Jason: Good, because I'm going to be coming over for my money tonight.

Reginald: It seems the knife didn't make the right kind of impression.

Northrup: Your instructions were only to --

Reginald: My instructions were to get the watch!

Northrup: Sorry, sir.

Reginald: And now he wants the money.

Northrup: The room was thoroughly searched, Mr. Love. If it had been there, it would've been found, believe me.

Reginald: Well, obviously, it is still on him. He's wearing it, carrying it.

Northrup: You want it off him?

Reginald: I want the watch. Do I need to spell everything out?

Northrup: He's at this new address?

Reginald: Yes.

Northrup: Give me an hour.

Reginald: Fine. And next time, use something a bit more persuasive than the knife.

Scott: So, the way I figure it, we're going to get you back in school in no time. And knowing you, you'll probably get caught up in about a day and pass everybody else up in about a week, huh? With this A.Z.T., I think things are really going to start to improve. I've read a lot about this stuff, Dawn. I mean, I know there can be some side effects, but the main thing is that -- you feeling ok, honey? If you need anything, just tell me and I'll get it for you.

Chad: She is still losing weight.

Jamie: She has lost some, Chad, but not much.

Scott: I'll be right back, all right?

Chad: It's the same thing. Nobody's telling me anything around here. The nurses -- nobody!

Scott: Jamie --

Jamie: Hi, Scott. Chad, nobody can tell you much, anyway. She's on the A.Z.T. We're just hoping she won't have any adverse side effects.

Chad: I'm sure what's getting her so down.

Jamie: I know, I know.

Scott: I don't think that's why she's acting this way.

Chad: The nurses tried to tell me that the I.V. wasn't for the drug.

Jamie: It's not. It's to replace fluid.

Chad: Maybe we should get her home.

Jamie: No! No, you can't do that. She's still adjusting to the A.Z.T.

Scott: Jamie, she -- she's not really talking to me in there.

Jamie: Well, don't let her mood swings get you down.

Chad: No, no, no. No, no, you don't understand. She's never been this bad. Why do you think I called you down here?

Jamie: Chad, it's not that unusual, ok?

Dawn: All right, I've had enough! I want all three of you in here!

Scott: Dawn, Dawn, take it easy, take it easy.

Chad: It's all right, sweetheart. We were just talking to Jamie.

Jamie: How are you feeling?

Dawn: What difference does it make how I'm feeling? I want to know what's so secret!

Jamie: Shh.

Scott: We're not -- nothing's secret, Dawn.

Dawn: I'm sick and tired of all this -- all this whispering and this secretive and -- tell me what's happening!

Jamie: Dawn, you know everything that we know.

Dawn: And I don't want any more of this sad look.

Scott: Just --

Dawn: I don't want your pity. I don't want it.

Chad: Dawn, you know what's going on. Come on.

Dawn: Why don't you just let me -- just get out of here. Just get out of here and let me die in peace.

[Dawn cries]

Dawn: Get out -- let -- stay off of my arm!

Chad: Dawn --

Scott: Come on.

Jamie: Shh.

Scott: It's ok, it's ok.

Sam: Well, so much for great ideas.

Cheryl: What?

Sam: Look at me. My hands are shaking.

Cheryl: Hey, Sam, it's just because you're upset, that's all.

Sam: Maybe I'm just overreacting.

Cheryl: I think you have every right to.

Sam: Well, maybe I'm just working myself up and Amanda's not really thinking about it. I mean, maybe she is going to just go see a friend.

Cheryl: Do you really believe that?

Sam: I don't know what to believe sometimes.

Cheryl: Sam, we got to do something. Come on.

Sam: Yeah, I know. There's got to be something. Ok, think. Think real hard. When you talked to Amanda, did it really seem that she was thinking about having an abortion?

Cheryl: Sam, I don't know Amanda that well. But I could tell that she was hurting and wondering what kind of life this baby is going to have.

Sam: Doesn't sound good. I wished Julie Ann had been home.

Cheryl: Why? What could Julie Ann do?

Sam: Julie Ann knows Amanda better than anybody else. Maybe she knows where she's staying in New York.

Cheryl: You know, Zack might know where she is. I think he's meeting Mac for dinner tonight at Tops.

Sam: That's an idea. Yeah, ok. Look, thanks.

Cheryl: Ok, good luck.

Sam: Yeah.

Cheryl: And call me.

Jason: Cheryl --

Cheryl: Yeah?

Jason: Hi. I just moved in upstairs.

Cheryl: Yeah, pop said something about that.

Jason: This is a bunch of trash. You guys have someplace I can dump this?

Cheryl: Yeah, there's a dumpster out in the alley.

Jason: Around the back?

Cheryl: No, I tell you what, you can go right through the kitchen. It'll be a lot shorter.

Jason: Ok, thanks.

Mary: Is this high school graduation?

Vince: She always hated that picture. She kept begging me, "please, dad, take it off the TV set." But I said, "look, honey, I have to have at least one picture of you smiling." I loved that smile.

Mary: Mac, I can't tell you how much this means to us.

Mac: I did very little, believe me.

Vince: I guess it's going to be some day when the book hits the stores, huh?

Mac: It certainly is.

Vince: You know, when I was reading that stuff, it was almost as though she was talking to me. I could hear her voice.

Mary: Except we won't hear her voice -- never again.

Mac: Mary --

Vince: It's all right, Mac. She just has to cry it out.

Jason: All right, come on. What are you --

Man: Ah!

Jason: Come on.

Man: No, no -- my arm!

Man: Watch him!

Second man: I got him, I got him.

First man: No, nothing, wallet, keys --

Second man: Nothing.

Mary: What's going on out here? Hey, wait a minute! Come back here, you two! My gosh. Mister, are you ok? Are you all right? Can I help you? Are you all right? Can I help --


Mary: Now, just go inside and sit down.

Jason: I'm fine.

Mary: You are not fine.

Jason: I'm all right.

Mary: You were just unconscious. Sit! Sit down, please.

Jason: Where I take my naps is my business.

Mary: Oh, that's what you were doing? You were napping? Is that how you always nap? Sleeping on the cold cement in a dark, freezing alley so that you can wake up and not know who anybody is?

Jason: You were stroking my face, and I said I want you to stop.

Mary: I'm calling the police.

Jason: No.

Mary: What?

Jason: Don't do that.

Mary: Why?

Jason: I mean, the paperwork, and they're gone. They're not going to find these guys.

Mary: Oh, my gosh. Look at your arm!

Jason: I cut it.

Mary: Ooh, uh, take your shirt off. Take your shirt off.

Jason: Hey, you're supposed to take me out to dinner before you --

Mary: Would you stop it with the smart remarks and take your shirt off! Oh, ugh.

Jason: Well, it looks a lot worse than it feels. It's fine.

Mary: Who were those guys?

Jason: I don't know. I didn't have time to ask for their references. I'm going to tell you something. You could've been hurt by walking out there in the middle of that.

Mary: Yeah?

Jason: Yeah.

Mary: Why are you evading my question?

Jason: Ouch! Hey!

Mary: Who were those guys?

Jason: I don't know.

Mary: Jason!

Jason: What are you using, battery acid?

Mary: Jason!

Jason: They were two guys from the docks.

Mary: Who?

Jason: Look, we had a disagreement about a woman.

Mary: You fought like that about a woman?

Jason: Hey, they're sore losers. Besides, you should've seen the woman.

Mary: Why are you lying? If those had just been two guys that you had a fight with before about a woman, you wouldn't have stopped me from calling the police.

Jason: I don't like cops and I don't want trouble.

Mary: And they did not take your wallet.

Jason: They probably gave it back because they saw moths flying out of it.

Mary: Jason, you could have been killed here!

Jason: And I would owe my life to you.

Mary: What are you hiding?

Jason: You'd be my redheaded angel of mercy with your soft hands.

Mary: You're a liar Jason: Only sometimes.

Mary: And liars suffer. Do you want to tell me the truth now?

Zack: Look, I'll be right back, ok? Brodie?

Brodie: Zack, my man.

Zack: Not anymore. Lucky for you. So, what are you doing in Bay City?

Brodie: Oh, a little business, a little pleasure.

Zack: Uh-huh. Make sure they're both clean.

Brodie: You got it.

Zack: Later.

Brodie: Good to see you again.

Adam: Julie Ann.

Julie Ann: Hi.

Adam: Zack.

Zack: Hey, Adam.

Adam: How you doing?

Zack: How you doing? What, you here alone?

Adam: Not really. Actually, I'm working. Listen, I saw you talking to Brodie Garland. Where do you know him?

Zack: I used to be his parole officer.

Adam: Really?

Zack: Yeah.

Julie Ann: Can you excuse me for a minute?

Zack: Yeah.

Julie Ann: Thanks.

Adam: Listen, how long did you supervise him?

Zack: About a year. Wouldn't trust him further than I can throw him, though. Hope you got some pretty good people keeping an eye on him.

Adam: Oh, yeah. We're doing everything we can.

Sam: Come here. I need to talk to you. Listen, I need to know where Amanda's staying.

Julie Ann: You didn't stop her?

Sam: No, the plane took off before I could talk to her. Listen, Julie Ann, you're her best friend. You know her better than anybody else. Do you think she could've gone to New York for an abortion?

Julie Ann: She could've had an abortion here.

Sam: Yeah, but here somebody might've tried to stop her.

Julie Ann: Well, she was pretty upset.

Sam: She can't make this kind of decision without talking to me.

Julie Ann: Oh, sure. What is Amanda supposed to do, wait forever while you tell her that you care for her?

Sam: No, but she still shouldn't do this.

Julie Ann: And to top it off, she had to see you with your old girlfriend.

Sam: Julie Ann, if Amanda had just talked to me, I could've explained to her about Joyce.

Julie Ann: Don't you dare lay this all on Amanda.

Sam: All right, you're right.

Julie Ann: Well, at least you admit it. But that's not going to help us locate Amanda.

Sam: Yeah. Look, what about Amanda's doctor?

Julie Ann: Dr. Crane? At the hospital?

Sam: Ok, Dr. Crane. Thanks, maybe she knows something.

Lisa: You're going to stare all night or buy me a drink?

Brodie: Bartender, get us a couple of drinks.

Jason: Ow, ow! That's enough. Keep your iodine, would you?

Mary: I've got to get this wound cleaned out. You also have got to tell me the truth.

Jason: You're not any angel of mercy. You're more like Ma Barker.

Mary: Would you please sit down? Just sit down!

Jason: No, I thank you. I thank you very much for saving me, and I also thank you for torturing me, all right?

Mary: Going hunting?

Jason: Earlier today, you said you didn't want to have anything more to do with me.

Mary: Yes, I remember.

Jason: Fine. Remember it well and forget whatever you saw today, ok?

Mary: Does this have anything to do with Reginald?

Jason: Why do you say that?

Mary: Because the two of you are so intrigued with each other.

Jason: Actually, I prefer blondes and younger. Remember what I said.

Vince: You ok?

Mary: Hmm? What?

Vince: You were crying.

Mary: I'm fine, I'm fine.

Vince: What's this doing out?

Mary: Jason got roughed up out in the alley. I was cleaning a cut, a gash he got on his arm.

Vince: He did? Where is he?

Mary: He just went that way.

Vince: That's a heck of a note. Right out here, huh?

Mary: Yeah.

Vince: We need better lighting out there.

Mary: Wouldn't hurt.

Vince: Well, I'll talk to the landlady. But he's ok, huh?

Mary: He wouldn't tell me who did it.

Vince: What do you mean?

Mary: I don't know. I just have this feeling that it has something to do with Reginald.

Vince: You could be right.

Mary: I could?

Vince: Yeah. Jason one time told me that he and Reginald have something to settle. It happened a long time ago. I don't know why.

Mary: Oh, please don't let it be about me.

[Pounding on door]

[Reginald turns music off]


Reginald: Jason.

Jason: Surprised to see me, Reginald?

Reginald: Well, I expected you to call first.

Jason: Remember our little partnership we just formed?

Reginald: Of course.

Jason: Well, we're having a board of directors meeting now.

Reginald: I'm afraid I don't understand you.

Jason: I am chairing that meeting, and I mean now. Sit down.

Reginald: I beg your pardon --

Jason: I said sit down!

Jason: I won't bore you with review of the minutes of the last meeting. I'll just give you an update.

Reginald: This whole exercise, Jason --

Jason: My room was broken into. I mean, it was trashed and a knife -- this knife -- was left as a calling card. Then you have two thugs try to beat me up in the alley. They could've killed me. I don't think they wanted to. Why not?

Reginald: Well, I'm sure I don't know.

Jason: What do you want, Reginald?

Reginald: What do I want?

Jason: Spit it out and we'll get on with our business.

Reginald: Jason, if I were responsible for all those things happening to you, do you think that I would be giving you this? 60,000, as we agreed.

Jason: I'll count it.

Reginald: Be my guest.

Jason: But first, all that other garbage doesn't scare me.

Reginald: It never occurred to me that it did.

Jason: Your techniques went out with Edward G. Robinson movies.

Reginald: I haven't the slightest idea what you're rambling about.

Jason: Then let me make it clear. You touch me or your goons even lay a finger on me, then the partnership is dissolved and I will talk. I will talk to anybody who will listen.

Vince: Well, if he was mugged, we should call the police.

Mary: He says he wasn't mugged. He says it was a fight.

Vince: Yeah, but --

Mary: You cannot have a crime without a victim. M.J. taught me that.

Vince: All right. I just don't want to see you in any trouble.

Mary: Neither do I. That's why I don't want anything to do with Jason.

Vince: He's not that bad.

Mary: Or Reginald.

Vince: Reginald's another story. Listen, about --

Mary: And there is some kind of connection between the two of them because he certainly stopped kidding around the minute I mentioned Reginald's name.

Vince: Well, Reginald isn't somebody you kid around about. Look, do you know that extra apartment upstairs --

Mary: And he has been asking me questions about Reginald since the day I met him.

Vince: Well, maybe Jason's curious about a lot of things.

Cheryl: Who, Jason Frame?

Vince: Yeah.

Mary: Why? Has he been asking you questions, too?

Cheryl: No, no. I just know that Ada doesn't like him very much.

Vince: Oh. Ada could get off on the wrong foot with sister Mother Theresa.

Cheryl: Must have had some life, huh, traveling all over the world?

Vince: Yeah, he's probably seen a few places, yeah. I mean, you know --

Cheryl: Probably a lot he hasn't even told us --

Vince: Yeah.

Cheryl: That he'll never tell us.

[Vince laughs]

Mary: That's what I'm afraid of.

Sam: Do you know where Dr. Crane is?

Doctor: Four -- yeah. Why don't I just sign this?

Nurse: Thank you.

Sam: Excuse me -- Dr. Crane?

Dr. Crane: Yes?

Sam: Hi. Listen, I'm a -- I'm a friend of Amanda Cory's. Actually, I'm a really good friend.

Dr. Crane: Yes?

Sam: Um -- I'm Sam Fowler.

Dr. Crane: How can I help you?

Sam: She didn't tell you. Ok. I'm the father of Amanda's baby.

Dr. Crane: How can I help you?

Sam: Doctor, Amanda went to New York.

Dr. Crane: Yes.

Sam: So you know about this, then, huh?

Dr. Crane: Yes. I talked to her before she left but, well --

Sam: Ok, I'm really afraid that Amanda went to New York to have an abortion, and I can't -- I can't allow that.

Dr. Crane: That's a decision for Amanda to make.

Sam: No, doctor, that's a decision for the both of us. Listen, did she go to New York? Is that what she's going to do? Uh, did -- did you give her the name of a doctor or something?

Dr. Crane: I can't tell you that.

Sam: What?

Dr. Crane: Any conversation I had with Amanda is confidential. Talk to her.

Sam: Please, doctor, you got -- doctor, please, listen to me. She's in New York. I can't find her in New York.

Dr. Crane: I can't tell you. I'm sorry. Excuse me.

Sam: Please, understand me, doctor.

Dr. Crane: I'm really sorry, but I can't discuss Amanda with you. Excuse me.

Sam: Doctor, please. You can't walk away from this, not like this. Please!

Dr. Crane: Look, I'm not going to argue with you, but I'm not going to be harassed, either.

Sam: Doctor, just understand my position, ok? I just found out about this. I didn't know about it.

Dr. Crane: Please.

Sam: If I could just talk to her for a moment, I know I could talk her out of this.

Dr. Crane: I'm sorry. I can't do anything.

Sam: Doctor, I know that she doesn't want to have an abortion.

Jamie: Are you talking about Amanda?

Jamie: Now, just calm down, Sam, and tell me what's going on here.

Sam: Jamie, Amanda went to New York.

Jamie: What?


Sam: Tonight. I'm afraid she went to New York to get an abortion. And Dr. Crane gave her the number of a doctor to see there, right?

Dr. Crane: I told you, I can't discuss anything about Amanda with you. Excuse me.

Sam: This is all a mistake. I --

Jamie: Why? Why? What happened?

Sam: Ok, listen -- an old girlfriend of mine from Seattle comes to town, right? I don't know she's coming into town, but Amanda sees us together, and Amanda is --

Jamie: She gets upset.

Sam: Yeah, real upset.

Jamie: Well, why didn't you just explain it to her?

Sam: I tried to explain it to her, Jamie. I went over to your house, but your mom said -- ok. Amanda told them that she wanted to go out of town, and before I could talk to her, she split.

Jamie: Amanda never said anything about getting an abortion. Did she, Pat?

Dr. Crane: I can't discuss it, Jamie. You know that.

Jamie: Sam, would you wait for me over here, please?

Sam: Look, all I want to know is what she's --

Jamie: Sam, just go sit down, ok? Come on.

Sam: Ok. Right.

Dr. Crane: Jamie, I know what you're going to ask me, and the answer is still the same.

Jamie: I know what kind of bind you are in, ok? I would have the same qualms, but Amanda is my sister.

Dr. Crane: That still doesn't entitle --

Jamie: And I want to be with her if she's going to go through something this rough. At least what you can do is give me the name of the doctor you referred her to. There's no breach of ethics there.

Dr. Crane: Amanda specifically requested that I maintain her confidentiality.

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Dr. Crane: I can't help you, Jamie. I'm sorry. You know that. Excuse me!

Sam: So, what'd you find out? Anything?

Jamie: Nothing.

Sam: Oh, man. Look, Jamie, your sister -- she means everything to me.

Jamie: You really mean that, don't you?

Sam: Yeah. And I should've told her.

Jamie: Then we'll find a way to reach her, somehow.

Sam: How? If she's already in New York, how are we --

Jamie: Does Mac know where she is?

Sam: Yeah.

Jamie: Well, then, why didn't you ask him?

Sam: I did ask him. All he told me was that she's staying with a friend.

Jamie: Mac's having dinner with Zack tonight at Tops.

Sam: Hey, I saw him there. You don't suppose you could find out from Mac where she is?

Jamie: Come on.

Adam: All right. Did you find anything out?

Lisa: I was so cool.

Adam: Did you find out anything?

Lisa: You thought I couldn't do it, but I did.

Adam: I also made a promise to make sure that you were going to get home safely. Now, did you find anything out?

Lisa: Well, he pays in cash. Big bills.

Adam: How big?

Lisa: Hundreds. A big roll of them. And he said he was going to start a new business, but he didn't say what kind.

Adam: Anything else?

Lisa: Yes. He wants to see me again.

Adam: Oh, wonderful.

Lisa: Of course, I didn't give an answer, so he gave me his phone number.

Adam: I'll take that, thank you very much.

Lisa: So, Adam, if you want me on this case, I'll just call him up and make a date.

Adam: No, no, just forget it.

Lisa: I could do it, Adam.

Adam: Look, you're going to be a big help to the Police department and I'm going to make sure that everybody knows this, but I want you to be clear that you are not working on this case.

Lisa: I could do it.

Adam: I know you could do it. You were so good, it was scary.

Lisa: Really? I wasn't scared for a minute.

Mary: Jason!

Jason: Hi.

Mary: What are you doing?

Jason: I was just figuring my keys out.

Mary: What keys?

Jason: To my new apartment.

Mary: What?

Jason: Yeah, I moved in today. Would you like to see how the other half lives?

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