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Another World Transcript Thursday 3/4/04

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Lisa: No, I was chatting with two farm hands, and they told me about the game. And since I'm the best little poker player since Brett Maverick, well --

[Jamie laughs]

Lisa: I don't have to stay.

Jamie: Oh, come on, now.

Lisa: Why doesn't she just have you wear a beeper?

Jamie: Well, I think it was totally a coincidence that she showed up tonight, really.

Lisa: You're impossible.

Jamie: Well, you know, I think that those two field hands of her grandma's were her very close, personal friends.

Lisa: Yeah, well, I wish you'd get close to her and leave you alone. And stop smiling like that.

Jamie: How can I stop smiling? You look so beautiful.

Lisa: That's not fair.

[Jamie chuckles]

Jamie: You know, I've been thinking -- no, never mind. You're too mad at me.

Lisa: What?

Jamie: Well, it's just been a long time since we've taken a little stroll in the moonlight. I thought after coffee, maybe we could walk down by the lake.

Lisa: You sure you're not too tired?

Jamie: No.

Lisa: Well, are you sure Vicky doesn't need you to hold something?

Jamie: Can we have a moratorium on the Vicky stuff?

Lisa: Ok. Come on, let's get a table.

Jamie: All right.

Lisa: Oh, look, it's Adam.

Jamie: Oh, boy, just who I wanted to see.

Lisa: Hi, boss.

Adam: Well, hey. What are you doing here?

Lisa: I just played about 1,000 hands of poker.

Jamie: How many?

Lisa: Well, Jamie's trying to make it up to me with dessert.

Jamie: Even though she was the second-highest winner.

Adam: Oh!

Lisa: Guess who was the first?

Mary: Hey.

Adam: Hey, Mary.

Jamie: Hi, Mary.

Mary: Hi.

Lisa: Looks like you've been shopping.

Jamie: Yeah.

Mary: Oh, yeah. I got some good news today, so I went out and decided to shop like a crazed person.

Lisa: Sounds good to me.

Mary: I had the best time. I even got something for Amanda's baby.

Jamie: You're kidding.

Mary: No, wait till you see this. It's fun buying for babies, anyway. And this is absolutely -- this has got to be the softest thing I've ever felt in my life. Feel it. Just feel this.

Adam: Ooh. That's nice.

Lisa: Every baby should have a special blanket.

Mary: Yes.

Jamie: Honey? What is it?


Jason: Vicky?

Vicky: Hi there.

Jason: Did you forget something?

Vicky: Oh, no. I was about ready to say goodbye to my grandma, and I saw your lights on.

Jason: Yeah, I was just heading out, so --

Vicky: I thought you might be a night person. Kind of like myself, you know?

Jason: Just can't stand to hit the hay so early, huh?

Vicky: Not if I don't have to.

Jason: Well, come on in. I could use a nightcap myself.

Vicky: Good. Thank you.

Jason: Sure. I can never get to bed this early, either.

Vicky: At least not alone. Or so I've heard.

Jason: Here.

Vicky: Thank you.

Jason: Why don't you sit down and tell me what else you've heard about me.

Sam: You can't stay in the bathroom all night! I want you out of there in 10 seconds, or I call the cops!

Matthew: I didn't hear you. I was drying my hair.

Sam: Oh, great -- Matthew.

Amanda: Matthew!

Matthew: You guys look terrible. I thought you'd be glad to see me.

Sam: You little twerp.

Amanda: Does Mom know you're here?

Matthew: Boy, any more of this warm welcome, and I'm going to start crying.

Amanda: Sorry. You jerk. Hi.

Matthew: Hi.

Sam: What are you doing here?

Matthew: So, how was the honeymoon? Not that I'm trying to get personal or anything.

Amanda: It was fine.

Matthew: Heard Mac turned over the keys to the place in Palm Beach. That's enough to make me think about getting married.

Sam: You didn't answer the question.

Matthew: What -- what question?

Amanda: What are you doing here? Why aren't you at school, where everyone thinks you are?

Amanda: What are you doing here? Why didn't you go home?

Matthew: I wanted to see you guys first. You know how Mom is when we come home, killing the fatted calf and all that. Would have taken me days to get over here. Wow, that's a really great painting you got there.

Amanda: There's definitely something that you're not telling us.

Matthew: Does that mean you don't want to see your gift?

Amanda: Sure, I want to see my gift -- after we talk.

Sam: Ok, yeah. I'll tell you what, I'm going to go get the rest of the stuff out of the van, all right?

Amanda: Ok.

Matthew: A van? You guys bought a van? I want to check this --

Sam: Uh-uh --

Amanda: Later.

Sam: Stay.

Amanda: Thanks.

Sam: Sure.

Amanda: Ok, creep. Come clean.

Matthew: You know, I don't know about you, sis, anymore. I mean, you've only been married a week, and you're already turning into a drag.

Amanda: Matthew, you've been lying to Mom and Dad since well before the wedding, and now you show up here instead of going home for vacation?

Matthew: Well, wait a minute. Who said I was lying?

Amanda: Matthew, come on. What kind of trouble are you in?

Adam: You were having an impression, weren't you?

Lisa: When I touched that blanket, I saw her.

Jamie: Who?

Adam: What did it feel like?

Lisa: Hmm, it's dark. She was someplace that she didn't want to be, but she couldn't get out -- the child.

Adam: A little girl?

Lisa: She was locked in and closed in.

Jamie: Honey, are you ok?

Adam: Look, what would happen if you touched that blanket again?

Jamie: Why would she want to do that, Adam?

Adam: We're talking about a kid here, Jamie.

Jamie: Maybe.

Adam: Her percentage is pretty high, in case you haven't noticed.

Jamie: Adam, she's a nervous wreck.

Lisa: Jamie -- can I hold the blanket again, please?

Mary: Oh, of course.

Lisa: It's all right, Jamie, really.

Lisa: It's a little girl. I'm sure of it.

Adam: How old?

Lisa: Um -- not a toddler. Older, but not very old. She needs help.

Adam: I'm going back to the station house. Maybe somebody reported a missing child.

Lisa: I'll go with you. You understand, don't you?

Jamie: Yeah, sure -- as long as you're ok.

Lisa: I am.

Jamie: Ok.

Lisa: Could I -- could I take this?

Mary: Of course.

Lisa: Thank you.

Mary: Of course.

Lisa: Thank you.

Jamie: I'll -- I'll wait for you here.

Lisa: Ok.

Mary: Oh, boy. I hope they find that child.

Jamie: Yeah, so do I.

Mary: Why, what's the matter?

Jamie: I don't know. Maybe it's because I'm trained as a scientist, but sometimes I just -- I can't figure these impressions of hers.

Mary: Well, maybe you can't figure it because what it really is, is just a gift.

Vince: What's a gift?

Jamie: Lisa's perceptions.

Vince: Oh, and Mary's explaining it to you now that she's a shrink, huh?

Mary: I'm not a shrink.

Jamie: Is that the good news you were telling me about before?

Vince: Didn't you tell him?

Mary: I may get a job at the hospital as a counselor.

Jamie: Oh, that's great! You'll be fantastic at that.

Mary: Thank you.

Jamie: Listen, I'll give you all my referrals. How about that, huh?

Mary: Thanks.

Vince: Well, that's -- yeah, that's great.

Jamie: Have you seen grandma by any chance?

Vince: Oh, yeah. She barreled through here about an hour ago. She said she was going over to Rachel's.

Jamie: Oh, that's right. Sam and Amanda are back. Listen, if Lisa comes, would you tell her to call me over there?

Mary: Sure.

Jamie: And congratulations.

Mary: Thank you. I don't have the job yet.

Jamie: I bet you will. Bye bye. See you, Vince.

Mary: Bye-bye.

Vince: Yeah. He's a nice guy.

Mary: Yeah, he's great.

Vince: What are you looking at me like that for?

Mary: Just trying to figure something out.

Vince: How a guy could get this handsome in a few short years?

Mary: Well, that, of course, and how come that guy doesn't want me to take that job?

Vicky: It's going to be a real nice place here, Jason.

Jason: Would you cut the small talk, please?

Vicky: Sorry.

Jason: A girl like you just doesn't want to walk in the door because she sees a light left on.

Vicky: Hmm.

Jason: What else have you heard about me, and what are you going to get out of that?

Vicky: Get out of it?

Jason: You heard me.

Vicky: I was just surprised to see you alone, that's all.

Jason: What, you heard I'm some kind of ladies' man?

Vicky: Well, something of the sort.

Jason: I don't have time for ladies right now. I got other things on my mind.

Vicky: Oh, well, I'm sure you can get whatever you want when you want to get it.

Jason: I could say the very same thing to you.

Vicky: Me?

Jason: Hmm -- all that innocent garbage. I mean, Jamie may buy it, but Jamie's a little younger than I am.

Vicky: You know, you're beginning to sound like Lisa.

Jason: You don't have much use for Lisa, do you?

Vicky: I just think Jamie could use someone with a little more -- vitality.

Jason: Vitality?

Vicky: Right.

Jason: Right. Maybe someone more like you.

Vicky: What is wrong with a girl like me?

Jason: Well, nothing that I know of.

Vicky: Hmm.

Jason: Lisa's a very nice girl.

Vicky: As long as you like nice girls.

Jason: Nice girls are fine.

Vicky: They have their place.

Jason: And you just don't think their place is with Jamie.

Vicky: This lady you're after -- is she a nice lady?

Jason: Oh, who said I'm after anybody?

Vicky: Well, a guy like you doesn't spend a night alone just because he's busy. Now, you are interested in someone, aren't you?

Jason: "Interested" -- that's an ok word.

Vicky: Another guy?

Jason: Maybe.

Vicky: A nice man?

Jason: You ask too many questions.

Vicky: Are you in love with her?

Jason: You ask too many questions, Vicky.

Vicky: Well, Jason, if you don't ask any questions, you won't get any answers.

Jason: Why are you so interested in finding out all about me?

Vicky: Curiosity, I suppose. You don't like talking about love, do you?

Jason: Do you?

Vicky: There's no percentage in it.

Jason: You got burned, didn't you?

Vicky: Just like you did. Thanks for the beer. Sorry for taking too much of your time.

Jason: Sorry. Hold it, hold it.

Vicky: What?

Jason: Well, I wasn't going any place in particular. Maybe we should continue our little party someplace else.

Vicky: Like where?

Jason: Mary's Place.

Vicky: Ooh. Mary's Place. Interesting.

Lisa: Heck of a way to spend your evening off.

Adam: I don't mind.

Lisa: It was a strong feeling, Adam. And it's odd -- I don't know why it comes from this blanket. It's a new blanket. It's not like it belongs to anyone. I'm surprised there wasn't a report at the station.

Adam: Well, maybe nobody's noticed their kid missing yet.

Lisa: Yeah, maybe I don't know what I'm talking about.

Adam: Yeah, well, I'm going to keep driving straight the way I am, and I'm going to bet that you're going to get another impression.

Lisa: You sure?

Adam: Sure enough to keep driving.

Lisa: This famous gift of mine is getting to be a little bit of a bore.

Adam: Why?

Lisa: It's starting to invade my personal life.

Adam: What, with Jamie?

Lisa: Mm-hmm. Makes me wonder if I just have an overactive imagination.

Adam: What happened?

Lisa: Oh, that poker game tonight. Vicky showed up.

Adam: Surprise, surprise.

Lisa: Hmm. I was looking at her across the table, and I got the clearest impression of her and Jamie together. They were kissing.

Adam: Well, look, maybe what you ought to do is just not worry about it, huh? I mean, after all, Victoria is pretty obvious.

Lisa: Not to Jamie.

Adam: Look, Lisa, any man who's got you is not going to want Victoria Hudson.

Lisa: I'm not so sure about that.

Adam: I am.

Lisa: Wait a minute.

Adam: What is it? Are we close?

Lisa: We're very close. I can feel it.

Amanda: I'm really happy.

Matthew: I'm glad. I'm really glad. I can't tell you how glad I am.

Amanda: Ok, thanks. Do we call Mom now or later?

Matthew: I was kind of hoping I could crash here tonight.

Amanda: Matthew --

Matthew: I'd go home tomorrow. It would just avoid a lot of questions.

Amanda: Matthew, I'm on my honeymoon.

Matthew: I don't take up much space.

Amanda: Space isn't the issue.

Matthew: Oh -- I get it, I get it.

Matthew: You guys went on your honeymoon with shopping bags?

Amanda: No.

Sam: It's a long story.

Matthew: Well, don't tell me until I show you your present. You guys are going to flip.

Matthew: Now, is that better than a toaster, or what?

Amanda: I love it.

Sam: That's great, man. Thanks a lot.

[Sam laughs]

Amanda: It's great. I think we can show it to Mom when I take you home.

Matthew: You're serious about that?

Amanda: I told you.

Matthew: Look, I'll sleep in the bathroom. You guys can have the whole place to yourself. I'll even wear earplugs.

Sam: Matthew, you can't stay here tonight, man.

Matthew: Oh, great.

Amanda: All right, what -- what if we told Mom that Sam and I picked you up at the train depot when you took the late train in? You wanted to surprise them.

Matthew: You'd do that?

Amanda: I'm not crazy about it, but I'll do it. If it'll get you out of here, I'll do it.

Matthew: Ok, ok, ok. Uh -- now -- why did I call you instead of them?

Amanda: Because you missed our wedding and you wanted to see us.

Matthew: Yeah. Yeah. I hope you know you married a very cool lady, Sam.

Sam: Yeah, yeah. Come on, let's get going. Come on, we're out of here.

Lisa: She's breathing rapidly, but -- but I -- she's not having trouble. She's scared. She's locked in. And all those things --

Adam: What things?

Lisa: Sharp things -- a wire --

Adam: Things like -- like tools? You mean, like a tool shed, maybe?

Lisa: That's it! That's it! It's a tool shed!

Adam: This is Cory. I need all available units in a search of Elm Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenue for a small child, female, may be locked in a tool shed. I'm already on the scene. This probably hasn't been called in, but I know she's there. Cory, over and out.

Lisa: I'll go with you. This way.

Mary: You haven't answered my question.

Vince: I've been talking to you all night long.

Mary: Not about my job.

Vince: Uh-huh, that.

Mary: You see? You're doing it again.

Vince: Doing what?

Mary: Looking wounded.

Vince: Oh, now, come on.

Mary: Every time I bring up the subject of my job -- what's the matter? Don't you want me to be doing something that makes me happy?

Vince: Well, sure I do. You know that.

Mary: So? What's the problem?

Vince: Well, I just hope it doesn't come between us. I mean -- there is an us now, isn't there?

Mary: What is it that bothers you? Is it the hours?

Vince: What bothers me is that while you're going to be discussing Sigmund Freud, I'm going to be discussing coleslaw.

Mary: What if I happen to think that you make coleslaw sound incredibly interesting?

Vince: Oh, come on. I'm serious.

Mary: It's not the same thing. We're not the same people we were when I went to work for the Loves.

Vince: I know it.

Mary: Why don't you think of it this way? Just think -- if I'm out there all day long, doing something I love, being happy -- think how much more fun I'm going to be to be with at night.

Vince: Why, Mary McKinnon. Now you're talking.

Jason: Ahem.

Vince: Mmm. Mmm! Strawberry.

Woman: The beans are sticking to the bottom of the pot!

Vince: Shh, shh. Well, why didn't -- didn't you turn it down like I told you?

Woman: I can't!

Vince: Why not?

Woman: The pot's on fire!

Vince: Oh, my -- I may go straight to hell.

Mary: I guess that means don't order the bean soup.

Jason: Good tip, Mary.

[Vicky laughs]

Mary: Well, we were --

Jason: Yeah. Yeah, I saw.

Vicky: Would you like to get a table?

Jason: Yeah, sure.

Vicky: Ok. Nice to see you, Mary. Well, Jason -- I didn't quite figure that she would be your type.

Jason: Who?

Vicky: Who?

Jason: Yeah.

Vicky: Mary. That is why we came here, isn't it?

[Movie plays]

Mac: Oh.

Rachel: Why don't they make moves like that anymore?

Loretta: Oh, because they don't make actors like Paul Henried anymore.

Mac: Oh, I don't know.

Ada: Name one!

Rachel: Jeremy Irons.

Mac: Oh!

Loretta: Please!

Ada: Oh, maybe, maybe.

Rachel: When did you eat all that popcorn?

Mac: While you were crying.

Rachel: While I was crying, you were stuffing your face?

Ada: Don't even think about it.

Rachel: How can you say that to me? I'm -- I'm your daughter. You're my mother.

Ada: I know that. That's why. You'll get fat.

Rachel: I won't get fat.

Ada: No!

Rachel: Come on. Who is that? Jamie!

Mac: Hey, Jamie!

Jamie: Hi! Thought I'd drop by and see if Sam and Amanda were here.

Mac: They were, but they left quite a while ago.

Jamie: Oh, I'm sorry I missed them. Hi, Loretta. How are you?

Rachel: Mom!

Loretta: Doctor.

Ada: He's a growing boy!

Jamie: Did they have a good time out there?

Loretta: Of course they did.

Ada: It was their honeymoon! What do you think?

Mac: Oh, I forgot to tell Amanda about the Easter egg hunt.

Ada: What Easter egg hunt?

Mac: Cory Publishing is throwing one this weekend. Proceeds to charity.

Ada: I hate those things.

Rachel: Mom!

Ada: Well, I do! All that crawling around in the muddy grass for hard-boiled eggs -- it's dumb!

Rachel: I think it's fun.

Ada: I remember.

Rachel: And besides, this one this year's going to be more like a scavenger hunt.

Ada: Oh, that makes all the difference.

Mac: I hired a party company, serendipity.

Rachel: Mm-hmm. And they're going to hand out treasure maps, and all of the clues are going to be riddles.

Ada: You hate riddles.

Rachel: I hate riddles!

Ada: You want to play some gin?

Loretta: Oh, now, Ada, it could be fun!

Ada: No way.

Amanda: Mom? Dad?

Mac: Hey, Amanda!

Rachel: Hey, you're back.

Jamie: Great, I will get to see her.

Ada: Me, too!

Amanda: Guess what the Easter bunny dragged in?

Rachel: What?

Matthew: Hi.

Mac: Why didn't you call me so I could meet you at the train station?

Amanda: Well, he just took a chance and called us. I mean, we're closer to the station, anyway.

Matthew: Right.

Rachel: Well, I'm just glad he's back.

Ada: Me, too.

Mac: But your spring break doesn't start till tomorrow.

Matthew: Well, tonight, tomorrow -- what's the big deal?

Mac: The big deal is I planned to take the day off tomorrow to drive up there and get you. They don't usually dismiss you till after breakfast.

Matthew: Well, they let us go tonight. You know how Dr. Fenway is -- he's probably trying to save on a meal or something.

[Mac chuckles]

Jamie: Matthew, you don't look like you've got a broken leg to me.

Matthew: You should the infirmary at that place -- nothing but quacks. I go in there with a twisted ankle and they put me in bed with a broken leg.

Ada: You missed your sister's wedding on account of a twisted ankle?

Matthew: Look, I am sorry. You got any pictures?

Ada: Enough to make you blind.

Matthew: I'll take my chances.

[Ada chuckles]

Mac: I just don't understand why the school didn't notify us they were releasing you early.

Rachel: Darling, it doesn't matter. He's here now.

Matthew: Oh, excuse me -- do I know you?

Rachel: Oh, darling, I'm sorry. In all the excitement, I forgot to introduce you.

Sam: Um -- Matt, this is my mother.

Matthew: What, your Mitch and Sam's mom?

Loretta: Yes.

Matthew: Well, then that makes you --

Loretta: Yes, Loretta. Loretta Fowler.

Matthew: Wow. It's really nice to meet you.

Loretta: Well, I'd have known you anywhere. You have your father's eyes.

Jamie: Matthew, hey, how would you like to do some riding while you're home?

Matthew: Sure.

Jamie: I'll take some time off. We can go over to uncle Jason's and use his big wood.

Rachel: Why do you have to go over to uncle Jason's? You can ride here.

Jamie: Well, I'm sorry, mama. I just meant that he has a --

Matthew: Looks like things are still interesting around here.

Jamie: Yeah, yeah, and I think I'd better get going.

Rachel: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to snap.

Jamie: Hey, it's no big deal. I told Lisa I'd meet her back at Mary's Place, anyway.

Ada: Why didn't she come with you?

Jamie: Well, she has a -- she's out with Adam right now. She had a premonition.

Loretta: Oh. Lisa has premonitions?

Sam: Mom?

Loretta: Well, I find that fascinating.

Jamie: It concerns a lost little girl.

Rachel: Oh, dear.

Jamie: Yeah.

Rachel: Well, give her our love.

Jamie: I certainly will.

Rachel: Bye.

Jamie: Listen, good seeing you. I'll call you about the riding.

Matthew: Yep.

Jamie: Ok? Goodbye, everybody.

Mac: I'll walk you to the car, Jamie.

Rachel: Yeah, I will, too.

Ada: Tell Vince I'll be in early, will you, honey?

Loretta: Bye.

Jamie: Sure will.

Ada: Thank you.

Loretta: Good night, doctor.

Jamie: Good night.

Loretta: Doesn't your mother like you to go riding?

Matthew: Oh, she loves it. Why?

Loretta: I -- I thought she looked strange when Jamie suggested it.

Ada: Well, it's where he wanted them to ride.

Loretta: I -- I beg your pardon?

Sam: Mom, look, it's really none of our business.

Amanda: No, it's ok. Jamie's father is actually -- was a Frame, but my mother just doesn't like the rest of the family very much.

Ada: And with good reason, I might add.

Loretta: Ooh, I see.

Matthew: So, Loretta, how long are you going to be staying with us?

Loretta: Long enough to get to know you.

Sam: Why don't we get going?

Amanda: Ok. Yeah, I'm pretty beat.

Sam: Yeah. Let's get the stuff out of the van.

Matthew: Sure.

Ada: You have a van?

Matthew: Yeah, it looks really good parked out there beside Mac's limo.

Sam: Cute.

Ada: Well, now this, I've got to see.

Matthew: Well?

Ada: Ok.

Loretta: Oh. Amanda, you forgot this.

Amanda: Oh. Right.

Loretta: Now, I know it isn't practical, but it's so beautiful and has such a lovely sound.

Amanda: Well, it should. I mean, it's -- it's such fine lead crystal.

Loretta: You really appreciate beautiful things. That's why I enjoy giving them to you.

Mac: Your chariot awaits, madam.

Amanda: Ok.

Ada: Has that thing got seat belts?

Amanda: Yes, it does. In fact, it even has room for a baby seat.

Mac: Aha.

Loretta: Aha. Hey, you forgot this again!

Amanda: Oh, I'm sorry. Thank you. Well --

Mac: Good night, sweetheart.

Amanda: Good night, everybody.

Rachel: Yeah, sleep tight.

Amanda: Good night, grandma.

Ada: Good night, sweetheart.

Amanda: Good night, kid.

Matthew: Good night.

Amanda: Be good. Good night, Loretta.

Loretta: Good night, dear.

Matthew: Well, I guess I'll turn in, too.

Mac: I don't think so.

Matthew: What?

Mac: Not until we get some questions answered here.

Ada: Loretta, why don't we clean up the popcorn bowls?

Loretta: Oh, oh, oh, good idea.

Mac: Why did you make up that excuse to avoid coming to Amanda's wedding?

Matthew: I told you I was --

Rachel: I want to know why it's been so much trouble to try and reach you at school.

Mac: Every time we call you, someone says you are in the library.

Matthew: You're mad because I'm in the library?

Mac: I'm mad because you're holding out something on us and I want to know what it is.

Lisa: It's somewhere around here, Adam. I'm sure of it.

Adam: Lisa, I can't see a thing.

Girl: Help me! Help! Help me!

Adam: Wait -- did you hear that?

[Lisa gasps]

Lisa: Adam, look!

Adam: In here.

[Lisa gasps]

Lisa: Oh! Oh, you poor baby! Oh, come here! Oh.

Girl: I couldn't get out.

Lisa: I know, I know. It's ok.

Girl: But my blanket.

Lisa: Blanket. Blanket?

Adam: Here, honey. Becky?

Lisa: You know her?

Adam: Wait a minute -- she used to live with Mary and Vince.

Becky: And Cheryl.

Adam: Honey, what were you doing in that shed?

Becky: My daddy had to go to work. He told me to wait for Mrs. Gibbons.

Lisa: Is that your babysitter?

Becky: Her car broke. I told him I would wait in -- in the house.

Lisa: Well, what happened?

Becky: But Fluffy got out the door.

Lisa: Fluffy? Who's Fluffy?

Becky: My kitty. He's always trying to get out, and I didn't want him to get hurt, so I ran and I ran.

Adam: Did -- did Fluffy go in the shed first, Becky?

Becky: When I -- and when I went in, the door shut.

Lisa: Here. Put my jacket on.

Adam: Is this the culprit?

Becky: Fluffy!

Lisa: You are a very bad kitty.

Adam: And you are truly amazing.

Lisa: Yeah. Got it?

Vicky: Oh!

[Vicky giggles]

Mary: Are you ready to order?

Jason: What are you -- the waitress, too?

Mary: Well, Charlie's having hysterics about the bean soup, so I told Vince I'd take over for a few minutes.

Jason: I noticed. You've practically been running the whole place since then.

Mary: Well, it's not so hard.

Jason: Maybe you ought to stop thinking about social work and start slinging hash.

Mary: I told you, I did that for a while. I'm not afraid of hard work.

Jason: Or anything else for that matter.

Mary: Why don't you just let me know when you're ready to order?

Vicky: I guess she told you.

Jason: She always talks to me that way.

Vicky: Hmm. Wonder why.

Jason: What do you mean, why? You saw her with Vince -- she loves the guy.

Vicky: Mm-hmm. And Jamie loves Lisa.

Mary: You're starting to like her, aren't you?

Vince: Well, she kind of reminds me of a kid I grew up with -- Tommy. He was clumsy. He had more stitches than anybody in my neighborhood. My mother used to look at him and shake her head and say, "he's so clumsy."

Mary: What is Tommy doing now?

Vince: Well, believe it or not, he's selling health insurance.

Mary: No!

Vince: No, he is, he is. I guess he knows all about the risks.

Mary: And does he still fall down a lot?

Vince: Last week, he broke his rib on a golf course.

Mary: You're kidding!

Vince: Not many guys can do that.

[Mary chuckles]

Vince: Uh -- listen, Mary, I -- I went ahead and did something by myself.

Mary: What?

Vince: Well --

Jason: Hey, barmaid? Can we get some more goldfish?

Vince: Yeah.

Jason: It's the bowl.

Bowl. Hi, Doc.

Jamie: Hello.

Jason: Bowl.

Vicky: Yes.

Jason: Hey!

Vicky: Hi, Jamie.

Jamie: Hi.

Jason: Sit down, join us.

Vicky: Yeah, yeah.

Jamie: I didn't expect to see you two again tonight -- especially not together.

Vicky: Oh, well, we were just having a little talk. We seem to have a lot in common.

Jamie: Uh-huh.

Jason: Where you been?

Jamie: I dropped by the house and saw my brother, Matthew.

Jason: Little Matthew?

Jamie: Yeah, yeah. He's back from boarding school.

Vicky: Oh.

Jason: He didn't grow up anything like you, did he?

[Jamie chuckles]

Jamie: Well, you'll find out. We want to go riding over at your place.

Jason: Yeah, that's great.

Jamie: Yeah, is that ok?

Jason: Sure. Bring your own horses, I don't have any. I'll go with you if I got one.

Mary: Hi.

Jamie: Hi.

Mary: Lisa has not called.

Jamie: Oh, maybe that means they're onto something, then.

Mary: Hmm, I hope so.

Jamie: Yeah, me, too. Thanks.

Jason: We'll let you know if we need anything else. Thanks, Mary.

Vicky: So, Jamie, where's Lisa?

Jamie: Well, she's -- she's working on something with Adam.

Vicky: Oh. Interesting.

Jamie: Yeah.

Jason: How's your mom?

Jamie: Fine.

Jason: She say anything about me?

Jamie: Well, she didn't really have time. Matthew came by unexpectedly and -- and then, you know, she's helping Mac plan this Easter egg hunt.

Vicky: Easter egg hunt?

Jamie: Yeah, it's -- Cory Publishing's doing it for charity. Apparently, it's a pretty big deal.

Vicky: Huh.

Jason: An Easter egg hunt?

Jamie: Yeah. There's going to be prizes all over town and very elaborate clues.

Jason: Who -- who arranges something like that?

Vicky: Hmm, yeah.

Jamie: Well, Mac hired some party company -- Serendipity.

Vicky: You know, Serendipity is the same company I hired for that striptease for Amanda's wedding party.

Jamie: Apparently, they do all kinds of parties.

Vicky: Yeah, but an Easter egg hunt for grownups?

Jamie: Yeah -- there's Lisa.

Vicky: Oh, gee, that's swell.

Jamie: You all right?

Adam: Yeah, and guess what else --

Mary: And to have that --

Vince: Becky!

Mary: Baby!

Vince: How did you get --

Mary: Oh, it's you! Hi! Look at --


Matthew: Look, when you see my grades, then you'll know I was really in the library.

Mac: Yeah?

Matthew: Yeah. You want to put some money on it?

Mac: For now, I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt.

Rachel: What do you plan to do on the break?

Matthew: Sleeping late and doing nothing.

Rachel: Oh, darling, I would like you to help with the Cory Publishing Easter egg hunt.

Matthew: Oh, gee, could I?

Rachel: You're sounding just like your grandmother.

Ada: A wise and wonderful woman.

Mac: True.

[Ada chuckles]

Matthew: I really am beat. Can I go to bed now?

Mac: Sure.

Rachel: Well, sweetie, I'm glad you're home.

Matthew: Me, too. Good night, grandma.

Ada: So am I -- good night.

Matthew: Good night, Loretta.

Loretta: Good boy. I'll see you in the morning.

Ada: That person has grown a foot since the last time I saw him.

Loretta: Oh, well, it's the age. I remember Mitch and Sam cracking voices and growing like weeds.

Mac: Really?

Loretta: Well, it's been quite a night. I think I'll turn in, too.

Rachel and Mac: Good night, Loretta.

Ada: Good night.

Mac: Think she'll ever go home?

Rachel: Mac. Matthew's home now. She's going to get to know him.

Ada: Speaking of going home --

Rachel: You don't have to leave now.

Ada: I have to get up early in the morning, and you've got a house full of people.

Mac: You're always welcome, Ada.

Ada: I know I am. Thank you. I'll call you tomorrow.

Rachel: Ok. Night.

Ada: Night, sweetie.

Mac: Well, I think you're right -- Ada does seem a little lost. Rachel?

Rachel: Did you believe what Matthew said -- that there's nothing wrong?

Mac: I don't know. Do you?

Rachel: Oh, I want to believe it. I don't think I have the stamina for another big problem.

Mac: After everything with Amanda?

Rachel: Everything's settling down for her.

Mac: Yes. She's very happy now.

Rachel: I guess that's why I keep fighting this feeling.

Mac: What feeling, darling?

Rachel: Oh, that there's some enormous problem about to happen all over again.

Amanda: Is there something upsetting you?

Sam: No. Why?

Amanda: Oh, just -- you've been kind of quiet ever since we got to Mom and Dad's.

Sam: Well, I got this -- this great idea for a painting.

Amanda: Oh, really?

Sam: Yeah. Um -- look, if the lights don't bother you, I'd like to work tonight. Is that ok?

Amanda: Sure, go ahead.

Sam: Thanks.

Amanda: I was just going to make some tea. Do you want any?

Sam: Yeah, that'd be great. Man, I have got the best idea for a painting, best idea I've had in a long time.

Amanda: Sam?

Sam: Hmm?

Sam: Hmm?

Amanda: Regular or herbal?

Sam: Herbal's fine.

Amanda: Ok. Hey, did I tell you that we're having a party tomorrow night?

Sam: What, here?

Amanda: Yeah.

Sam: What kind of party?

Amanda: Oh, well, just the people from the wedding. I thought they might be able to come and watch us open up the rest of our wedding gifts.

Sam: Oh. I bet they're just going to love that.

Amanda: All I wanted to do was throw a party as our first - first party as a married couple. Do you mind?

Sam: No, I -- as a matter of fact, I don't mind at all. Actually, what I think I'm going to do is I think I'm going to take a shower before I do this.

Amanda: Ok. The tea will be ready by the time you get out.

Sam: Thank you.

Amanda: Are you sure you don't mind me being here, I mean, with you working and everything?

Sam: Are you kidding? I kind of like this having-a-wife stuff.

Loretta's voice: I just wanted to give you this.

Amanda: Oh, another present.

Loretta: Well, I hope you like it. You know, I really don't know your taste.

Amanda: Oh, Loretta, it's beautiful.

Loretta: Well, I think so.

Amanda: This is really very sweet of you. Thank you.

Loretta: Well, you just mustn't tell anybody. It'll be our secret, ok?

Amanda: Hey, I thought you were going to get a shower.

Sam: Yeah, well, unfortunately, there's no soap. Matthew must have used it all.

Amanda: Sam?

Sam: Hmm?

Amanda: Matthew told me that he was only here for a day. How could he possibly use all of our soap up in a day?

Sam: Do you think he was lying to us?

Amanda: I hope not.

Sam: Well, could he be in some trouble?

Amanda: We've always been really close. I don't understand why he wouldn't tell me if there was some kind of a problem.

Sam: Look, I don't know. Maybe he's going through a clean phase.

Amanda: Yeah, maybe.

Sam: There was supposed to be some shampoo in here.

Amanda: Look in my bag.

Sam: Are you kidding me? That's girl stuff.

Amanda: Come on! What choice do you have? Besides, I could always help you.

Sam: Yeah, I suppose I could use someone with --

[Amanda chuckles]

Sam: Hands-on experience.

Amanda: Oh.

Sam: Hmm.

[Sam and Amanda chuckle]

Mary: Oh, you know who's going to be here in a little while? Cheryl!

Becky: She is?

Mary: Yeah! Yeah, she'll be so glad to see you.

Becky: I miss her.

Mary: I have a great idea. What if Cheryl and I take you home. Would you like that?

Becky: Yeah.

Vince: Oh! What if I take you in the kitchen and give you a nice, big plate of lima beans?

Becky: I hate lima beans.

Vince: I thought you loved lima beans.

Becky: Oh, yuck!

[Vince and Mary chuckle]

Vince: How about some beets?


Lisa: Mary, here's the blanket. Thank you.

Mary: Oh, thank you very much.

Adam: Hey, maybe that's why you were getting the impression -- because Becky was thinking about Mary.

Lisa: That could be, yeah. I'm just glad I got it.

Adam: Listen, you should've seen her out there. She was great.

Lisa: Thanks. Well, you ready to go?

Jamie: Anytime you are.

Lisa: How about that moonlit walk? Still got time?

Jamie: Hmm, I'm available.

Lisa: See you later, Adam.

Adam: Well, looks like I'm going to be going. I guess Becky's in good hands now, huh?

Mary: Oh, the best.

Adam: Good night, Mary.

Mary: Good night. Oh, did Jamie leave?

Adam: Yeah, he did.

Mary: Oh, rats. Ok, bye.

Vicky: Oh, Mary? What did you want Jamie for?

Mary: Oh, nothing important. I just wanted to get Amanda's address to get that present to her.

Vicky: Well, you know, I'm going to be seeing her, if you'd like me to drop it by.

Mary: Oh, that's ok. I've got to do the card and everything, so --

Vicky: I could wait. I mean, I'm going to stop by, anyway.

Mary: Ok, terrific. Thanks. I'll be right out.

Vicky: Sure.

Jason: Go see Amanda, huh?

Vicky: Yeah.

Jason: You're not all chummy with Jamie's family.

Vicky: You have not seen the half of it yet.

Jason: That's why you're so interested in this Easter egg hunt, right?

Vicky: Hmm. Oh, well, here's Mary. I'm going to get going. Excuse me.

Mary: I put the card inside the box --

Vicky: Ok.

Mary: So it's all ready.

Vicky: Terrific.

Mary: Thank you very much.

Vicky: No problem. I'm going to get going. Are you going to come with me or stay?

Vince: Are you sure that you wouldn't like a nice, big plate full of okra instead?

Becky: No!

[Mary and Vince laugh]

Jason: Well, there's nothing to stay for.

Vicky: Ok. Let's go.

Vince: Gosh, she wouldn't give me any.

Mary: Mmm.

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