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Another World Transcript Tuesday 12/30/03
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Mary: Jason? Jason, you --
Mary: Oh, my God. Oh, my -- Jason? Hey! Oh -- wait a minute! Come back here, you -- Jason? Jason, are you in here? Jason?
Susan: She's not at work. They said she left early for lunch.
Amanda: She usually goes to Mary's Place. I know the number there.
Susan: Can't you please call, Amanda?
Amanda: No. My grandmother owns the place. She'd know my voice if she answered the phone.
Susan: I think you're being really silly about this.
Amanda: I can't talk to my parents right now. I just need Julie Ann to answer her message. The number 555-1400.
Ada: Mary's Place.
Susan: Yes, hi. Is Julie Ann Edwards in, please?
Ada: Julie Ann, it's for you.
Julie Ann: Ok they can't survive without me.
Cheryl: yeah, right.
Julie Ann: Hello?
Susan: Julie Ann.
Amanda: Julie Ann, hi, it's Amanda.
Julie Ann: Amanda?
Amanda: Shh. Keep your voice down.
Cheryl: It's Amanda?
Amanda: I don't want anyone to know that I'm calling.
Julie Ann: Where are you?
Amanda: I'm in New York, the Plaza.
Julie Ann: The plaza?
Amanda: Yeah, it's -- it's close to the clinic, so --
Julie Ann: What clinic? What are you doing, Amanda?
Amanda: Well, I think -- I hope -- I'm doing the right thing.
Northrup: That was close.
Reginald: What happened?
Northrup: I was in Frame's apartment looking for the pocket watch.
Reginald: Well, did you find it?
Northrup: No, it's not there.
Reginald: Did you look everywhere?
Northrup: Yeah, but then that woman came in.
Reginald: What woman?
Northrup: I got past her. I don't think she saw my face.
Reginald: What woman?
Northrup: The one who lives in the apartment next to Jason Frame.
Reginald: Mary? You bumped into Mary McKinnon?
Vicky: Um, dad, I -- I've got to go to New York -- Donna?
Michael: Victoria, I thought you were working at the hospital.
Vicky: I was. I'm sorry I interrupted you two.
Donna: No, no. Listen, would you like to sit down with us?
Vicky: No, I have to pack.
Michael: Where are you going?
Vicky: New York.
Donna: New York? Why?
Vicky: I've been asked to deliver a medical chart to one of the staff doctors there. Excuse me.-
Michael: Wait a minute, wait a minute now! I want to know about this trip to New York.
Vicky: I told you the truth about it, dad! Now, I'm not the one who lies to you!
Michael: Victoria, that is uncalled for.
Vicky: Oh, excuse me. But if you would like to stand here and listen and fall for her lies again, that's fine, but I'm certainly not going to stand by and watch it.
Michael: Victoria, you -- Donna, would you leave us alone for a minute, please?
Donna: Yes, certainly.
Vicky: Nice pearls, Donna.
Donna: Michael gave them to me.
Vicky: I know. You always get paid first, don't you?
Donna: Michael, it's -- it's all right.
Michael: Sit your rear in this chair, young lady! Don't you ever -- don't you ever talk to your mother like that again, you hear me?
Vicky: I cannot believe you are kissing her!
Michael: Look, young lady, there's something you and I are going to have to get straight!
Vicky: What's that?
Michael: If I want to be with Donna, I will be with Donna. And you better get used to the idea.
Julie Ann: The right thing? What -- what are you talking about?
Cheryl: Here, let me hear.
Amanda: Look, I've done a lot of thinking about this.
Julie Ann: Amanda --
Amanda: It seems like it's the only thing left to do.
Cheryl: What is she talking about?
Julie Ann: Shh. Listen, Amanda --
Amanda: Look, all I called for was I want you to call my parents.
Julie Ann: What, do you want me to tell them?
Amanda: No! No, just -- just tell them that I'm fine and that I'm having a great time.
Julie Ann: Why don't you call them and tell them yourself?
Amanda: Because I can't talk to them right now. Please do this for me, Julie Ann.
Julie Ann: All right. But I really think --
Amanda: I'll tell them when I get home. I just can't talk to them about this right now. Please?
Julie Ann: Wait. Amanda --
Amanda: Look, this is my decision, Julie Ann.
Julie Ann: Amanda, but you don't know --
Amanda: I can't talk right now.
Cheryl: Come on, tell her about Sam and --
Julie Ann: Don't hang up.
Cheryl: Why didn't you tell her about Sam and Jamie?
Julie Ann: I tried. She wouldn't let me get a word in edgewise.
Mary: Ada, where's Vince?
Ada: I haven't seen him.
Mary: Ok, then where's Jason?
Ada: Well, I think he -- what's the matter with you?
Mary: Jason's room has just been ransacked.
Ada: What? Somebody tried to rob it?
Mary: Well -- well, his room is all torn up.
Ada: I'm going to call the police.
Mary: Do you know where Vince is, or Jason?
Cheryl: Pops went to the market.
Ada: I think Jason went out to the farm.
Mary: Oh, ok, then wait a minute. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait! I'm sorry, I'm sorry. Just let me call him first, ok?
Ada: Well, look, wait a minute. I don't think there's a phone out there. The place has been empty for a long time.
Mary: I got to reach him.
Ada: Let the police handle it, ok? I don't know how anybody could break in here. We just put in a bunch of new locks.
Mary: Well, I think maybe this is a little more than a burglary.
Ada: What do you mean?
Mary: He was beaten up last night.
Ada: Beaten up? Who beat him up?
Mary: I didn't -- well, not the same man who just ran out of his room.
Ada: How do you know that?
Mary: Because the door was open, and I -- I looked in. This guy ran out past me, and -- and he was wearing a suit, and burglars don't usually wear suits.
Ada: I'm going to call Adam.
Mary: Well, ok. Tell him -- tell him we're at the farm.
Ada: Wait a minute!
Mary: No, I'm going to go warn Jason.
Ada: Hello? Yes, Sergeant Cory, please. Hurry, please.
Reginald: How you could drag Mary into this, I will never know. You have nothing to smile about.
Northrup: Well, sir, I --
Reginald: If Mary saw your face, that's it. You're through with me.
Northrup: But, sir --
Reginald: I cannot risk having Mary find out about this. That's one of the reasons I want Jason Frame removed.
Northrup: Good news, sir.
Reginald: Well, it had better be.
Northrup: The man I sent out to Vince McKinnon's house?
Reginald: What about him?
Northrup: He found the pocket watch.
Reginald: Now, that is good news.
Northrup: I told him to deliver it to you at the crossroads, just short of Jason Frame's farmhouse.
Reginald: Excellent. We have just one little job to do, and then that will be the end of that.
Reginald: Jason Frame's farm. Hurry!
Vicky: You're actually considering getting back together with Donna?
Michael: I really don't know.
Vicky: Well, don't make a fool out of yourself!
Michael: Victoria, this is between your mother and myself.
Vicky: Of course. Sorry.
Michael: Look, honey, there are some things that you just don't understand.
Vicky: No, obviously not.
Michael: Circumstances are different now.
Vicky: How's that?
Michael: Look, Vicky, I have not forgotten all of the things that --
Vicky: Well, then how could you be with her? And kiss her!
Michael: She's carrying my child!
Vicky: What, and you believe that now, too?
Michael: Yes, I think I do. I do.
Vicky: Dad, please don't --
Michael: Vicky, Vicky, your mother and I have shared a lot together.
Vicky: And she was willing to throw that all away.
Michael: And maybe I'm not. Maybe she's not, either, but the point is, you don't know that for sure.
Vicky: No, I guess I don't.
Michael: Victoria, you have, above all people, seen me in the time that Donna and I have been broken up.
Vicky: And that's why I don't want her to hurt you again.
Michael: She won't.
Vicky: How do you know that?
Michael: I -- I don't.
Vicky: Well, then?
Michael: No, I'm willing to try. Look, if I am ready to try -- maybe if we talk to each other, maybe if we're honest with each other --
Vicky: You weren't the one who was dishonest!
Michael: Look, I know that you love me. But stay out of this. This is none of your business.
Vicky: This whole thing is ridiculous. You're giving her presents from Japan, you're thinking about her all the time, and she is just going to go and hurt you just like she did before!
Michael: Hey! I know what I'm doing.
Vicky: Yeah, well, it's Donna that I'm worried about.
Donna: Well, you don't have to worry.
Vicky: Oh, no?
Donna: Victoria, you and I are going to talk alone.
Vicky: Oh, no.
Donna: Oh, yes, we are. We're going to settle this.
Vicky: Forget it, Donna.
Michael: Victoria --
Vicky: Dad --
Michael: Victoria -- uh, now I'm going to be the one who goes to the other room.
Donna: Victoria --
Vicky: Donna, I am not going to fall for your stories like Michael does.
Donna: All right. I know I have hurt you. And you have every right -- no, you don't need to be suspicious of me again.
Vicky: Do you blame me?
Donna: No. No, I really don't. But things are different now.
Vicky: No, Donna, I think I've heard that before.
Donna: No, I have changed.
Vicky: You'll never change!
Donna: I am trying to be honest with you.
Vicky: Just the way you're honest with Michael?
Donna: I hope so.
Vicky: You just want him back because of the baby. Too hard to raise alone now, is it, Donna?
Donna: A baby should have both its father and its mother.
Vicky: Just like I did, right?
Donna: Oh, Victoria, you know that wasn't my fault!
Vicky: Oh, no, Donna, nothing is your fault.
Donna: All right, look, I am trying very hard to make things right again, with Michael and with you.
Vicky: How's that, Donna? By trying to trick him into going to bed with you again?
Donna: You know, you act like this every time you're afraid you're going to lose something.
Vicky: I have everything I want.
Donna: No. No, if you do, then why don't you tell me why you are so against Michael and me getting back together again?
Vicky: Why? You want to know why, Donna? Because he deserves better than you. That's why.
Julie Ann: She's not there.
Cheryl: I really wish you had said something to her before she hung up.
Julie Ann: She wouldn't give me a chance.
Cheryl: Don't you understand? If she knew that Sam cared about her, she wouldn't have the abortion, Julie.
Julie Ann: I know that, Cheryl.
Cheryl: Well, at least we know where she is. I'm going to call Sam.
Julie Ann: Good idea.
Cheryl: Do you have his number?
Cheryl: I hope he's there.
Cheryl: Sam, it's Cheryl.
Sam: Have you heard from Amanda?
Cheryl: Yes. She's at the Plaza Hotel.
Sam: Great, the one place I didn't try.
Julie Ann: Well?
Cheryl: He hung up, but I'm sure he's on his way.
Ada: There you are.
Adam: I sent some men out the back way to take a look at the room. Where's Mary?
Ada: Well, she said she was going --
Adam: I thought she said she got a look at this guy or something.
Ada: Well, would you give me a chance to --
Adam: Where is she, Ada?
Ada: I'm trying to tell you! She said she was going out to the farm to warn Jason.
Reginald: Once I get my hands on that watch, I can breathe a lot easier.
Northrup: It's that important?
Reginald: There were things that happened in the past that revolved around that watch. It's the biggest clue to -- well, things that should remain in the past. Jason Frame wanted to change all that, but he won't now. He won't change anything now. Stop here. Yes. We're about a quarter of a mile from the farm. That stand of trees should keep us out of sight. Now, be very careful with this.
Northrup: Don't worry about a thing.
Reginald: You're the one who will worry if you get the time wrong. In approximately 45 minutes, I want Jason Frame to be history.
John: Well, there's good news and there's bad news.
Jason: Would you let me have the good news first?
John: The window frames are fine.
Jason: How about the bad news?
John: The roof isn't.
Jason: How bad you talking? Would you give me a hand, John?
John: Well, you remember when we were kids and we used to sneak over onto the Love estate?
Jason: Well, that's because you always insisted that he had the best perch in his lake, right?
John: Well, he did. He used to stock that lake twice a year. But that's not the point. You remember the tree house that I built over there in the woods?
Jason: Yeah, you got all the wood off his place.
John: He never missed it. Remember what happened to the roof of that tree house?
Jason: It caved in.
John: Broke my arm in two places.
Jason: Are you telling me that if you get on my roof, it's going to cave in?
Jason: Well, I'm glad I got a lot of liability insurance, John.
John: You're going to need a whole new roof, my friend.
Jason: That sounds expensive.
John: It ain't cheap.
Jason: No wonder Rachel stopped bidding on this place.
John: It ain't exactly what you'd call a bargain.
Jason: Wait a minute. You remember when I loaned you my old Chevy because you had to take Elaine Altman to the -- the drive-in?
John: Yes, yes, I remember. How could I forget? The thing conked out three miles outside of town. I --
Jason: It was supposed to.
John: Yeah, but Elaine didn't conk out, did she?
Jason: You owe me, friend. You owe me.
John: All right, we'll talk, ok?
Jason: I wonder who that is. What is Mary doing here?
John: I'm going to go down and check out the furnace.
Jason: Do me a favor. Whatever you check out this time, would you make it cheap?
Mary: I'm sure glad to see you.
Jason: I never thought I'd ever hear you say that.
Mary: Your room has been ransacked.
Mary: Now, Ada, of course, thinks that it's just a burglary, but I'm aware that is probably something else.
Jason: All right, just relax.
Mary: Because I saw the guy leaving. This was a man who was very expensively dressed.
Jason: Probably his business is good.
Mary: I think that you're mixed up in something, Jason.
Jason: Mary, please, just forget it.
Mary: Don't "Mary, please" me. Now, somebody is after you. I want to know who it is, and I want to know why.
Maid: What do you mean, "urgent," sir?
Sam: This girl I know is very ill. I tried knocking on the door and nobody answered. Listen, I'm afraid she might have passed out.
Maid: I really can't. Ask the manager.
Sam: No, please. This is an emergency. Ma'am, I already tried that. Nobody answered. Please, just open the door for me.
Maid: But hotel policy --
Sam: All right, forget about policy. Here. This is urgent! Here, take it. Please, just open the door for me, ok? Amanda? Amanda!
Sam: Oh, man, a clinic. Ok.
Amanda's voice: I have to know.
Sam's voice: Know what?
Amanda: The reason that you're staying in Bay City. Does it have anything to do with me?
Sam: Amanda, a lot's happened.
Amanda: I know.
Sam: It was so simple before. I just -- I wish it was still simple.
Amanda: I know what you're going to say. If I had stayed Mandy Ashton, then maybe --
Sam: No. If you had really been Mandy Ashton.
Amanda: But I'm not. Are you going to hold this against me forever? Every time I see him, he just pulls away from me like I'm the last person in the world that he wants to see.
Felicia: I'm sorry. I know how much that hurts.
Amanda: More than I ever thought was possible. I've been thinking.
Amanda: If this baby is going to have parents that can't even look at each other, maybe it's better off --
Amanda: Not being born.
Sam: Yeah, I'll hold.
Joyce: I'll go wait at the table.
Susan: This is really a nice place.
Amanda: Yeah, I guess so.
Susan: You were lucky to get an appointment so fast.
Susan: You know what I think we should do?
Susan: Do you want to?
Amanda: No. I don't know.
Susan: I think that we should go out after this is all finished and get a really big lunch, something very fancy.
Amanda: I'm not that hungry.
Susan: You will be afterwards. I know this great Italian restaurant. What's the name of that place? I'll think of it. They have really cute waiters, and they all speak with these great Italian accents. You know, bella this and bella that. Come on, it'll be fun. Don't you like Italian men?
Amanda: At this point, I don't like any men.
Susan: Amanda, listen, when this is all over, you will forget all about it and go on to your life.
Amanda: Will I?
Susan: I know a great musical that's playing on Broadway. I know someone that can get us house seats.
Amanda: I'm not going to feel like doing much later, Susan.
Susan: Ok, then we'll just go back to the hotel and order room service. How does that sound?
Amanda: I have a better idea. Why don't we just go back there now?
Susan: Are you having second thoughts?
Amanda: I don't know. It just seems --
Nurse: Amanda Cory? We're ready for you now.
Susan: She said they're ready. Are you? Don't worry, I'll be here.
Donna: You think he deserves better than me?
Donna: All right, then who, for instance? Gillian?
Vicky: I don't know, Donna, but anyone would be better than you!
Donna: I love Michael.
Vicky: Well, you've proved that, haven't you?
Donna: I think I have.
Vicky: How's that? By going and having an affair with his own brother?
Donna: John and I did not have an affair!
Vicky: Right, right, right. You know, I really don't want to go through this again.
Donna: No! No, we are going to deal with all of this right now. Michael and I have been miserable without each other. Haven't you seen that?
Vicky: No, I've seen how much you've hurt him.
Donna: Oh, I see. And he said that?
Vicky: He didn't have to. I can see it in the way he can't concentrate on his work anymore. The way he walks around here nights, sleepless.
Donna: Mm-hmm. Well, did it ever occur to you that maybe he's unhappy because of the divorce?
Vicky: He should just forget about you.
Donna: Well, what if he can't? What if he can't live without me any more than I can live without him?
Vicky: I don't trust you!
Donna: Well, I don't care because Michael does! Well, at least -- at least, he's beginning to. I'm sorry, I don't know why I said that. I want you to trust me, too.
Vicky: Donna, you can't manipulate my feelings the way you can manipulate my father's.
Donna: Don't you love me at all?
Donna: I don't believe that.
Vicky: Well, I don't care what you believe, Donna.
Donna: Victoria, I know you. I know you love this family, and I know that you would do anything to get us back together again.
Vicky: Michael is the only family I need.
Donna: Wait a minute. Are -- are you afraid that you're going to lose Michael if we get back together?
Vicky: I -- I don't want to talk about this anymore.
Donna: No, no, sweetheart, Michael is not going to love one of us more than the other. He loves his entire family!
Vicky: So do I!
Donna: Well, then we can -- we can be together again.
Vicky: Till when? Until somebody else tickles your fancies, Donna, and you just decide to cheat on him again?
Donna: No! No, it is never going to happen again, and I promise you that. Now, look, you -- you have just got to let go of the past.
Vicky: There's a lot to let go of.
Donna: I know there is. But please try. Victoria, I love you so much. I know we could be close again.
Michael: I want that, too, Victoria.
Vicky: Dad --
Jason: I got no idea why somebody would want to break in.
Mary: Just like you had no idea why somebody would beat you up?
Jason: Maybe they thought the 60,000 I had for a down payment here was in my room.
Mary: Then why did they beat you up in the alley?
Jason: Maybe they thought I had the 60,000 on me. Maybe I was just in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Mary: Or maybe you're just getting involved with the wrong people.
Jason: Mary, I appreciate your concern. It's very touching. Thank you.
Mary: I happen to have a real firm grip on reality, and the reality is you are in trouble!
Jason: That's right. John tells me that this complete roof is just shot from top to bottom.
Mary: This is not a joke, Jason.
Jason: Hey, people get robbed every day.
Mary: Not by men in very expensive clothing.
Jason: Yeah? You ever see an attorney? Stock broker? Sure.
Mary: This is not funny!
Jason: Then what do you want from me?
Mary: The truth. Does any of this have anything to do with Reginald?
Jason: What would Reginald have to do with me fixing the roof?
John: Oh, hi.
Mary: Hi, John.
John: I mean, I -- I can come back.
Jason: No, no, no, Mary was just leaving.
Mary: No, she wasn't.
Jason: Yes, she was. Hey, how about the furnace?
Mary: No, she was not.
John: The furnace is good.
John: But I did find some structural damage in the main support beams. If you're not too busy --
Jason: No, no, I'd better look. You always find something --
john: Take a look at it. Yeah, that'd be good.
Mary: Wait a minute. You haven't answered my question. Come back here, Jason!
Mary: I came all this way to try and warn you.
Jason: I hope you enjoyed my basement. Now, I really think you ought to go now, Mary.
Mary: No, no, no. You're not going to get rid of me that easily.
Jason: Go to the police. Give them a description. They'll take care of it.
Mary: I'm not moving until you talk to me.
Jason: All right. What do you want to talk about?
Mary: What have I been trying to talk about?
Jason: A robbery.
Mary: Not just the robbery. You are in danger! Can you see that?
Jason: I see that real clear because if the ceiling falls in because I didn't fix the roof --
Mary: Stop it.
Jason: You're a nice girl, but you don't have any sense of humor.
Mary: Not when it comes to Reginald -- no, I don't.
Jason: What does Reginald have to do with this?
Mary: I know you've been talking to him.
Jason: I used to work for him, so naturally at some point we would exchange pleasantries, right?
Mary: Reginald is not a pleasant man. Reginald is a dangerous man.
Jason: And if he's a dangerous man, then you being around me would put you in danger, wouldn't it?
Mary: Because you are in danger, right?
Jason: I didn't say that. I'm just carrying out your train of thought.
Mary: Does anything that's going on now have anything to do with the past?
Jason: Like what?
Mary: Does it have anything to do with me?
Jason: John's waiting for me.
Mary: You've been bringing up the past and hinting around about it ever since you got here, and you have been asking me questions about Reginald. Why?
Jason: I'm a very curious kind of guy, ok? And I think you better go.
Mary: I'm going to get it out of you, Jason.
Jason: One question. Just one question out of curiosity. That man that came out of my apartment --
Jason: What'd he look like?
Adam: That room's been tossed, all right. Ada, there's nothing I can do until Mr. Frame files a formal complaint.
Ada: Well, he and Mary should be back by now.
Adam: Well, just have him call me, I guess.
Ada: Something isn't right.
Adam: What do you mean?
Ada: Mary acted funny.
Adam: Funny like how?
Ada: She walked in on a robbery, right?
Ada: She said that the robber ran right past her. She came down here, she was all shook up.
Adam: And she said she had to go tell Jason.
Ada: If she just had to go tell Jason, it would be different. But she said she had to warn him.
Adam: Had to warn him about what?
Ada: You're getting my drift.
Adam: Are you sure she didn't know what this guy looked like?
Ada: I don't think she saw his face.
Adam: All right, I'm going out to the farmhouse. I'm going to get to the bottom of this.
Ada: Tell her to call me, please. Please!
Cheryl: I'm really worried.
Julie Ann: She's like that. She won't listen to anybody.
Cheryl: I hope Sam gets there in time.
Ada: Who won't listen to anybody?
Julie Ann: Ada.
Ada: You hope Sam gets where in time? You are talking about my granddaughter, aren't you?
Sam: What's going on, man? We're not moving.
Man: It's gridlock.
Sam: Look, forget it. I can walk faster than this. Here.
Man: Hey, thanks.
Michael: I'm really sorry Vicky's going off to New York today.
Donna: Well, maybe it's for the best.
Michael: Oh, Donna. If only we could all sit down and talk.
Donna: Michael, you talked to her. I talked to her. She needs to think about what we said.
Michael: How do you think she sounded?
Donna: It's going to take some time.
Michael: She is so stubborn.
Donna: I know. I know, but I'm the one that lost her trust. I'm the one that's going to have to earn that trust back. Yours, too.
Michael: Victoria, are you sure you have to go off today?
Vicky: Yes. I told the doctor I would deliver this file.
Michael: Is that -- is that what volunteers usually do?
Vicky: What else do I have to do?
Michael: You want to tell me who's paying for this trip?
Vicky: Dad --
Donna: At least could we drive you to the airport?
Vicky: I already called a cab, and I'm going to wait downstairs, so --
Michael: Vicky, Vicky -- would you think about what we talked about today?
Vicky: Dad, I'm going to be really busy.
Donna: Please just give us a chance. That's all I'm asking.
Michael: Me, too.
Vicky: I've got to go get my cab. Bye.
Michael: Hey, where are you staying?
Donna: Listen, have a good time.
Vicky: I don't know yet.
Michael: You don't know where you're staying? Well, will you call me and tell me?
Vicky: Yes, yes. Bye!
Donna: Bye, sweetheart!
Michael: Call me and tell me where you are, young lady. I don't believe this.
Donna: Michael, she is going to be all right, isn't she?
Michael: Donna, she's a grownup.
Donna: I know, I know, but sometimes I think she's still a little girl.
Michael: Hey, come here. Sit. I think -- I think that Victoria cares for you a lot.
Donna: You're right. I just wish she could say it, just once.
Donna: Michael, did you mean what you said?
Michael: About what?
Donna: Well, that you wanted what I want.
Michael: I always mean what I say, Donna.
Donna: You think there's hope for Victoria and me?
Michael: Oh, I think there's hope for all of us.
Julie Ann: Amanda? What makes you think we're talking about Amanda?
Ada: You are talking about Amanda. Right? Cheryl?
Julie Ann: We were just wondering how she likes New York.
Ada: You said you hoped Sam got there in time. What does that mean?
Julie Ann: Nothing.
Ada: Amanda's my granddaughter. If something's going on here, I want to know about it. Is Sam in New York?
Ada: With Jamie?
Julie Ann: Sam is with Jamie. They were going to meet at a place, yes.
Ada: I knew that story about the medical conference was a lot of baloney.
Cheryl: Ada, everything's fine. Really, don't worry about it. Everything is fine.
Ada: What is?
Julie Ann: Sam and Jamie. They're going to meet Amanda in time.
Ada: In time for what?
Cheryl: We don't know. We don't know anything for sure, really. We're not positive about anything.
Ada: I know Amanda is upset about Sam. If she's doing something, tell me.
Cheryl: I think we should tell her.
Ada: And right now.
Julie Ann: Amanda went to New York to have an abortion.
Reginald: Splendid. When will it go off?
Northrup: I set it for 12:45.
Reginald: Five minutes. Good. Your man just delivered this.
Northrup: Looks like your troubles are over.
Reginald: In approximately five minutes, my troubles will be. What the devil is this?
Northrup: That's Jason Frame's pocket watch.
Reginald: This isn't his watch!
Northrup: But I thought you said --
Reginald: You idiot! He'll die without my finding the watch.
Mary: Why do you want to know what he looks like?
Mary: No. You think you might know him.
Jason: How would I know him?
Mary: Seeing him with Reginald.
Jason: You have a great imagination, Mary. You ought to write mystery stories.
Mary: Not funny.
John: Sorry I keep interrupting.
Jason: No, you are not. What's up?
John: You got a ladder?
Jason: Yeah, I think I saw one in the barn. Why?
John: I want to check the down-spouts and the gutters.
Jason: Fine, I'll go with you.
John: Oh, it's all right. You don't have to.
Jason: No, it's all right. Mary's leaving.
Mary: No, she's not. Not quite yet. John, if you wouldn't mind leaving us alone.
Jason: Mary, I got a lot of work to do around here. A lot of work.
Mary: I'm trying to help you.
Jason: I don't need help. John and I can take care of the roof.
Mary: Tell me why someone is after you.
Jason: They're not after me.
Mary: Is Reginald behind this? Does it have anything to do with me?
Jason: You ought to go, and you ought to go now.
Mary: Tell me what's going on, Jason!
Jason: What is that?
Mary: What is what?
Jason: That. Is that yours?
Mary: No, it's not.
Jason: Well, it's not mine.
Mary: What is -- maybe it's John's.
Jason: John didn't have a briefcase with him. A carpenter doesn't carry a briefcase.
Donna: You know, I'd almost lost hope there for a while.
Michael: Well, don't.
Donna: Well, these helped.
Michael: You like them?
Donna: I'm never going to take them off.
Michael: Oh, really?
Michael: Not even in the shower?
Donna: Even in the shower. I mean, they are -- they're too beautiful.
Michael: So are you.
Donna: You know, it's -- it's really nice just sitting together like this.
Michael: Yeah, it is, isn't it?
Donna: I've missed this a lot, I mean, just -- just talking to you.
Michael: Me, too.
Donna: Yeah, mornings are always the worst.
Michael: Ah, come on. You're always grumpy in the morning.
Donna: That's not true!
Michael: Yeah, it's true. You, in the morning -- "Where's my coffee? Where's my coffee?"
Donna: Oh, yeah? Well, you know, you're no prize. I mean, you get up -- "where's my robe? What did I do with my slippers?"
Michael: Hey, you always knew where my robe was.
Donna: Yeah, I know. You'd be lost without me.
Michael: Because I lost my robe -- you know something? Maybe I am lost without you.
Susan: I got us a cab.
Mary: What is that?
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