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Another World Transcript Monday 12/29/03
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Proofread by Ebele
(Sorry, I missed the first half of the show)
Michael: Well, I love the flowers that you sent.
Donna: Well, I'm glad.
Michael: You know, Gillian did keep it from me that you sent them.
Donna: Well, she must want you pretty badly.
Michael: Apparently, yeah.
Donna: She has really wonderful taste, though. It must be good for your ego to have someone like her around.
Michael: Well, she's not around anymore.
Donna: What do you mean?
Michael: I fired her.
Donna: Oh. Oh. I -- I did -- I just wanted to come over here and thank you.
Michael: Well, you did.
Donna: Yeah, I did do that.
Michael: Look, I'm glad.
Donna: You're glad?
Michael: I'm glad that you like the necklace.
Donna: Oh, Michael, I do. I think they're exquisite.
Michael: I think that they look exquisite on you.
Donna: Thank you. Well, I think --
Michael: Look, there's something I --
Michael: No, no, really, it's not important.
Donna: Oh, ok. Well, I guess I should be going.
Michael: No, Donna, please don't go.
Donna: You want me to stay?
Michael: Can you?
Donna: Yes. Yes, I can stay for just a little while.
Michael: Good. You want to sit down?
Michael: Are you cold?
Donna: Michael, I still have my coat on.
Michael: Yeah, right. I thought you might want to take it off, you know. Just in case you did --
Donna: I do. I do. Yes.
Michael: Let me help you here. Maybe I'll build a -- well, just turn up the fire there, ok?
Donna: All right. Um -- is it cold in Japan?
Michael: The weather's about the same as here.
Donna: You know, I've always dreamed about going to Japan.
Michael: Oh, I think you'd like it a lot, especially the Ginza there in Tokyo. It's wonderful shops and nightclubs --
Donna: Really? It sounds like fun.
Michael: It is, yeah. Matter of fact, that's where I -- that's where I bought the pearls.
Donna: I really do love them. I mean, they're exquisite. They're so delicate. I've never had black pearls before.
Michael: They reminded me of you.
Michael: Yeah. You know, black pearls for -- for Blackie.
Donna: Makes sense. So you thought about me.
Donna: Not anymore.
Michael: I care about you, Blackie. I always have.
Amanda: Hi. You're back.
Susan: Started raining.
Amanda: I guess we should have brought umbrellas, huh?
Susan: Amanda, you're crying.
Amanda: No, I'm all right.
Susan: No, you're not. Look, we have known each other since we were little kids, right?
Amanda: Sometimes I wish I were still a little kid.
Susan: And I know how upset you are. I really think that you should call him.
Susan: Yes. Amanda, you have to. It is not fair to him or to you. He's got a right to know what's going on.
Amanda: He doesn't -- he doesn't want to have anything to do with me.
Susan: I can't stand this. Amanda, you sit there crying your eyes out and you won't even call the guy.
Amanda: All right, I will.
Amanda: He's at work.
Susan: Call him at work.
Amanda: Ok. Ok.
Amanda: Yes, hello. I was wondering if you could tell me if Sam Fowler is in today. I see.
Susan: He's not there?
Amanda: Can you just tell him -- never mind. There's no message.
Jamie: They're not at the Waldorf? Well, that's what her roommate said. But obviously, they change their minds. I don't know, but I'll call every hotel in this city if I have to. I am really starting to worry. Ok, look, Sam, come back here and we'll figure something out. I don't know, but we've got to find her before -- we've just got to find her.
Cass: Hi, partner.
Nicole: Hi, Cass.
Cass: What's the news from the business front?
Nicole: Good news is no news.
Cass: Excellent. Anything else to report?
Cass: Ok, sounds like a dull morning.
Nicole: Well, there was a little excitement. Reginald and Donna were here at the same time.
Nicole: Well, they kind of overlapped. Donna and I yelled at him for a few minutes, and then he left.
Cass: I wish I was here.
Nicole: Oh, and Michael stopped by, too.
Cass: While Donna was here?
Nicole: No, they just missed each other. He brought her a present from Tokyo.
Cass: You mean the domestic fires are warming here?
Nicole: I hope so. Donna went over to his place to thank him.
Cass: They're good together. It's nice being in love. Have you seen a writing pad around anywhere?
Nicole: Why? Did you want to write that one down?
Cass: No, here's a good one -- ah, here's one. Rachel thinks that I should write the preface to Kathleen's book.
Nicole: That's a wonderful idea.
Cass: Yeah, well that's all it is right now, just an idea. I don't have a clue what to write.
Nicole: I'm sure it'll come to you.
Nicole: Why would she engrave numbers on the inside?
Reginald: Where's the watch?
Northrop: Frame's not carrying it on him. I followed him all morning.
Reginald: He has the I.Q. of a wombat. But he'd hide it if he knew I wanted it.
Northrop: I'll toss the apartment above Mary's Place.
Reginald: Maybe his good friend Vince McKinnon is hiding it for him.
Northrop: It's possible.
Reginald: Get a man out to the McKinnon house, too. Tear that dump apart if you have to, but get me that watch.
Northrop: What about Jason Frame?
Reginald: Well, obviously our plans for him will have to be put on hold until the watch is retrieved.
Northrop: I'll do the place right now. He's not there.
Reginald: Work fast. I want this wrapped up quickly.
Northrop: I found the perfect place for the accident -- his farmhouse. That's where he is right now.
Reginald: This should do the trick nicely.
Northrop: State of the art.
Reginald: It goes bang today. The minute you find that watch, we say a permanent goodbye to Mr. Frame.
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