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Another World Transcript Tuesday 3/9/04
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Nicole: He didn't know what hit him.
Cass: That was the whole idea.
Nicole: Well, what if he'd asked for a deposit?
Cass: Well, I had virtually offered him a million dollars' worth of work. Asking for a deposit on a few thousand dollars' worth of lace would have been a real dumb move on his part.
Nicole: Yeah. Maybe we will give him a million dollars' worth of work.
Cass: Of course we will. I love the guy. I don't know about you, but, I mean, he got up at 5:00 in the morning, opened up his warehouse just for us. I think the guy's a prince.
Nicole: Yeah. Oh, this is just wonderfully delicate lace.
Cass: Nothing but the best for the Baroness von Corber.
Nicole: Well, she'll get the best, but will she get it in time?
Cass: Well, we have all day to finish.
Nicole: She's not getting a couple of party dresses off the rack.
Cass: I know.
Nicole: These are originals, and they deserve the finest workmanship.
Cass: Which is why I flew in those French seamstresses from New York.
Nicole: Yeah, but, Cass, they don't do the finish work. This lace and the beads? That will take days, even if I did have the manpower.
Cass: You do have the manpower.
Cass: You're looking at it.
Cass: Why not?
Nicole: Several reasons. The one that immediately comes to mind is that you can't even thread a needle.
Cass: I'll take lessons.
Ada: Nicole? Where do you keep the white thread?
Ada: Well, we just ran out.
Nicole: Who? What are you talking about, Ada? What are you doing here?
[sewing machines run]
Ada: Where's the white thread?
Jamie: Well, you're up and about.
Jason: Yeah. Hey, I'm glad to see you.
Jamie: How's the virus?
Jason: Oh, hey, I have never been sick more than one day at a time in my life. I don't allow it. Get yourself some coffee.
Jamie: How about -- no more dizziness?
Jason: No, I am -- no more aches and pains, either. I'm almost 100%.
Jamie: Well, I wasted a house call, then, didn't I? It's a good thing that I'm not charging anything.
Jason: You had breakfast yet?
Jamie: Well, I had coffee and a roll -- at least I think it was a roll. It was some kind of bread-like substance.
Jason: No, I am talking about a real honest-to-goodness farm-style breakfast.
Jamie: You cooking?
Jason: If I could get you to help maybe, yeah.
Vince: How are those waffles coming?
Mary: Boy, it's kind of busy this morning, huh?
Vince: Would you cook them a little longer this time. The last batch were not so crispy, huh?
Mary: You need extra help?
Vince: Oh, am I glad to see you.
Mary: I have to be at work in 45 minutes. I can give you half-an-hour's worth of help.
Vince: That's good. Where is Cheryl and Ada when I need them, huh?
Mary: They're at the design house.
Charlene: Are the waffles ready yet, Mr. McKinnon? I've got three customers waiting.
Vince: Why is everybody asking for waffles all of a sudden?
Man: Don't forget my waffles, Charlie.
Charlene: It's waffle mania! What will I tell them?
Vince: Tell them to hold their horses. I don't think we should have put them on the menu. They take too long. Angela, where are the waffles?
Man: Excuse me. I ordered quite a while ago.
Mary: Sorry. I have to talk to my son. Oh, no!
Mary: Dawn's not coming back, is she? Did you just get off the plane? Oh, you should have called me. I would have come and gotten you.
Scott: It was a long trip, Mom.
Mary: When did it happen?
Scott: The day before yesterday. She was --
Mary: You don't have to talk about it.
Scott: No, I want to.
Charlene: Table three needs some menus, Mary.
Mary: I can't help now. I'm sorry. Do you want to go upstairs?
Scott: Not yet.
Mary: You want some coffee?
Mary: Ok, come on. Let me take your -- ok, I'll take it. Come on over here, come on. You just sit down.
Vince: Scott. What happened?
Scott: She's gone.
Mary: Day before yesterday.
Vince: I'm so sorry.
Scott: They said pneumonia. She went pretty fast.
Mary: Were you with her?
Scott: Chad and I both were. She held our hands. She knew.
Mary: We were very, very lucky to have her with us as long as we did.
Scott: I know, Mom, but there are so many feelings that I had and I never had a chance to -- to let them out. We didn't have time.
Mary: She knew you loved her.
Scott: I always will. I just don't know if she knew that for sure.
Jason: Nothing like the smell of a good breakfast cooking.
Jamie: I'd almost forgotten.
Jason: Some things you should never forget, Jamie.
Jamie: Yeah, well, I haven't forgotten how to make a perfect pancake batter.
Jason: Yeah, the griddle's hot.
Jamie: Check it out.
Jason: Yeah, I get this farm going the way I want, we'll have homegrown bacon and sausage.
Jamie: Looks to me like you're more concerned with Frame Construction than you are working the farm.
Jason: What do you mean?
Jamie: Well, these figures here. All these projections for Frame Construction.
Jason: Look good, don't they?
Jason: Well, I think you might be a little more emphatic about that, a little more excited.
Jamie: Sounds good, Jason.
Jason: I thought you were on my side, Jamie.
Jamie: Well, I'm not against you.
Jason: I thought you'd be proud having your uncle running the company.
Jamie: What is this, a pitch for my vote?
Jason: You're family. I happen to like you.
Jamie: This is a pitch.
Jason: Jamie, if it gets down to a scrap between your Mom and me, I'd just like you to be on my side, that's all.
Jamie: You're really determined, aren't you?
Jason: Yes. I can take this company. I can make it what it was before. I can take it beyond that point.
Jamie: Well, that will take a lot of work.
Jason: I know that. I never shied away from hard work before.
Jamie: Oh, I bet you haven't.
Jason: Why are you looking at me that way?
Jamie: Like what?
Jason: There's nothing wrong with a little ambition.
Jamie: No, not at all.
Jason: Oh, there's something wrong. Something's bothering you, I know it.
Jason: Probably because deep down inside you you feel the same way as the rest of your family about me.
Jamie: Are you saying I don't trust you?
Nicole: Hey. What's going on?
Cheryl: Oh, beads.
Julie Ann: And sequins.
Nicole: Oh, you guys --
Cass: Are the best.
Ada: White thread. We can't do anything without white thread.
Nicole: There's some on the shelf right behind you, Ada.
Ada: That's a good place for it. Convenient, but a good place for it.
Cass: This is turning into a production of "Pajama game."
Cheryl: What's that, Cass?
Ada: "What's that?" What's "Pajama game"?
Julie Ann: Oh, it's some old musical.
Nicole: How did all this happen, anyway?
Julie Ann: Ada rounded us up.
Julie Ann: I think I put my foot in my mouth.
Ada: I think you put your foot in your mouth again.
Cheryl: Why don't we go back to sequins and beads.
Woman: Oh, do you have the lace, monsieur Cass?
Nicole: Oh -- Mademoiselle Nicole has the lace.
Woman: I'll show the girls how to put it on.
Nicole: Thank you. Ada, this is so wonderful.
Ada: You'd do it for me.
Cass: And we will, any time you need anything.
Ada: Well, I'll let you know loud and clear.
Nicole: Oh, and Cheryl and Julie Ann.
Cass: They're great friends.
Ada: Well, listen, we can't stand around here gabbing. We've got a deadline to meet.
Cass: Well, we're going to make it now, thanks to you. We're going to do it, Nicole.
Nicole: I think I'm going to cry.
Ada: Not on the lace.
Cass: Yes, Nicole Love salon. Cass Winthrop speaking. Yes. Hi. What's that? I see. Oh, well -- of course. Yes. Goodbye.
Nicole: What's wrong?
Cass: Oh, that was the Baroness von Corber. She's --
Cass: No, no, no. But she's been called back to Europe immediately. She's heading for the airport and she wants to pick up her dresses on the way.
Woman: Non, non, c'est impossible!
Cass: Mais, non!
C'est -- it's not -- it's very possible! I can't believe this is happening!
Ada: How long before she gets here?
Cass: Well, she didn't say, but if she's staying at a hotel downtown, then it's -- she'll be here in 30 minutes.
Nicole: Oh -- we can't make it.
Ada: We didn't come all the way out here to give up. Let's go for it.
Cass: Yeah, I say let's give it a shot.
Ada: Come on, guys, let's go!
Cass: Oh, no.
Cass: A limousine.
Nicole: The baroness?
Cass: In the flesh.
Nicole: Oh, that's it. We're sunk.
Ada: No, we're not. We're almost finished.
Julie Ann: I'm out of buttons. Where are the buttons?
Nicole: I'll find them, I'll find them.
Cheryl: I just pricked my finger with the needle.
Ada: Well, here, put a tissue around it and keep sewing.
Cass: Don't bleed on the lace, ok?
Cheryl: All right.
Cass: I'll go talk to the baroness and do some creative stalling.
Jason: You don't, do you?
Jamie: Trust you?
Jason: No, I can't say I blame you. The feeling runs real deeply in your family.
Jamie: Well, Jason, I make up my own mind about people.
Jason: That's good.
Jamie: But you've only been back here since Christmas.
Jason: What are you saying? That's not enough time for you to make any kind of decision, right?
Jamie: Oh, I didn't say that, but, yes, that's true.
Jason: I got a feeling that Lisa isn't real crazy about me, either.
Jamie: She just takes a while to warm up to people, Jason, especially someone mysterious.
Jason: What, I'm mysterious?
Jamie: Well, Jason, you aren't exactly the boy next door. You have a reputation, you know.
Jason: Most of which is undeserved.
Jamie: But not all.
Jason: Well, let's get down to business. Will you go to bat for me with Rachel?
Jamie: Well, I would like to see the Frame business back on its feet.
Jason: Well, are you going to help me?
Jamie: I know who the company should be run by -- a Frame.
Jason: That doesn't answer my question, Jamie.
Jamie: Well, uncle Jason, you and Dad had some troubles, didn't you?
Jason: Hey, that was personal. That never had anything to do with business.
Jamie: Well, I can believe that.
Jason: Bottom line -- Rachel's being unfair about the whole thing.
Jamie: Life's unfair.
Jason: Hey, you don't have to tell me that, but she is never going to use that name.
Jamie: It's probable that she won't.
Jason: Well, then fine. You going to help me? You'll be on my side?
Jamie: Let's just say I'm leaning that way, ok?
Jason: I appreciate that, man.
Jamie: Well, don't go thanking me yet. It's still up to Mom.
Jason: Look, all I really want is that you put in a good word for me. That's it.
Jamie: Well, I'll talk to her about it. I have lunch with her today, which is why I have to go easy on these pancakes, ok?
Jason: No, you don't, because at lunch you can have a little light salad. I made these things for you.
Jamie: And they are terrific, I got to admit. What? Am I drooling on myself or something? What?
Jamie: Well, you're staring at me, that's what.
Jason: I was just thinking that if I ever had a son of my own, I'd like one like you.
Mary: It's good that Chad was there.
Scott: He was with her all night. Both of us were by her side.
Mary: Did he come back with you?
Scott: He decided to stick around for a while. I just needed to come home.
Vince: Well, we're glad you did. You say she had a peaceful death?
Scott: She wasn't in any pain. She had some trouble breathing the last few days, but when she finally went, it was just like she went to sleep. So we buried her in a cemetery by her favorite city -- Venezia. It's a wonderful place, Mom. It really is. We -- we did touristy things, you know. We rode the gondolas and saw the -- saw the museums. We even tried to pick up some language, you know? I got some books.
Vince: Oh, yeah? How'd you do?
Scott: Dawn -- she was great. It's because of her music training. She could pick up accents really well. She kept going around saying che bella giornata, all the time, you know.
Che bella giornata.
Mary: What does that mean?
Scott: It means "what a beautiful day." And it was. Every day we were there, it was a beautiful day.
Vince: You know, you're lucky you had that time together.
Scott: She was so brave right up to the end. She was always thinking of me, wanting me to have a good time. "Scott, you know, this is your trip, too. I want you to have fond memories."
Mary: And you do.
Scott: Yeah, I have some good memories. I think I'm going to go upstairs, ok?
Vince: Hey, I'll get that. I'll get it.
Mary: They should have had more time.
Vince: I guess we're very lucky.
Mary: Oh, yes. Yes, we are very lucky.
Rachel: I'll have a tea, Charlie, and then I'll wait until Jamie gets here to order.
Charlene: One tea for Mrs. Cory.
Zack: And I'll have a cup of coffee. Thanks.
Rachel: You know, on the way over here, I wasn't paying much attention. I was thinking about Frame Construction, and when I realized where I was, I was right outside Quinn's old office.
Zack: Yeah, you know, I drive past there all the time. Just can't seem to let go, I suppose.
Rachel: I miss her a lot.
Zack: Yeah, she was a very special person.
Rachel: She was the one who was responsible for keeping Frame Construction on the map.
Zack: Yeah, well, it was the economy that shut her down. I mean, she did all she could.
Rachel: I sure would like her advice on all this.
Zack: You're doing the right thing, Rachel.
Rachel: I hope so.
Rachel: Hi, sweetie.
Zack: Oh, hey, Jamie. How you doing?
Jamie: Hello, counselor. Are you joining us for lunch?
Rachel: Oh, I'm sorry I didn't tell you.
Jamie: Oh, it's ok. It's great, actually. The hospital has a brand-new malpractice suit against it, and I thought you'd like to know that I recommended your name to the board to bring in.
Zack: Well, great, thanks.
Rachel: Should we order now?
Jamie: Well, you two go ahead. I'm still stuffed from those pancakes I had at Jason's earlier.
Rachel: At Jason's?
Jamie: Yeah, I had to drop by to check him up, and he was cooking breakfast.
Rachel: He's always cooking up something. Ironic you were over at Jason's.
Jamie: Why is that?
Rachel: Well, because that's why we're all here -- because of Jason.
Rachel: And Frame Construction.
Jamie: What about?
Rachel: Well, you know how much he wants it.
Jamie: Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, he wants it badly. But he can't understand why you are sitting on it.
Rachel: I'm not.
Jamie: So you're going to give him an answer?
Rachel: I won't have to.
Jamie: What do you mean?
Rachel: Zack has done all the legal work on it, drawn up the papers for the transfer of title.
Jamie: You're letting Jason have it?
Rachel: No. I'm giving it to you.
Rachel: Frame Construction is now yours. You own it.
Cass: The Rhine, ja, ja, baroness. I've had many, many happy moments in Deutschland. The black forest -- I love the black forest.
Baroness: Mr. Winthrop --
Cass: Do you by any chance know the Zellerbachs of Munchen?
Baroness: I am afraid I'm not.
Cass: No? Oh, that's a pity. You really, really should. They are lovely people. She's a Hohenzollern.
Baroness: I am very happy for her. But I have a plane to catch!
Cass: Yes, yes, you were saying -- to Frankfurt. What a lovely cit-- vibrant, energetic city that is. Go, go, go, go.
Baroness: My dresses, Mr. Winthrop. You promised they'd be ready.
Cass: Oh, they are.
Baroness: Then, if you'll get them for me, I'll be on my way.
Cass: Well, it's just that Mademoiselle Nicole is personally seeing that every stitch is perfect for you.
Baroness: I'll have my maid check them on the plane.
Cass: You are going to absolutely adore these designs, baroness. Ahem. Won't she, Nicole?
Nicole: Good morning, baroness.
Baroness: Where are my dresses, mademoiselle?
Nicole: They're right behind me. My assistants are bringing them down.
Baroness: I am pressed on time. A plane!
Nicole: May I say that it has been just an honor to create for you, baroness.
Baroness: I look forward to wearing your creations, but that won't be possible unless they're down here in 30 seconds!
Ada: Sorry about the delay, folks.
Cheryl: Everything has been checked, Mademoiselle Nicole.
Julie Ann: They're so beautiful, Nicole.
Baroness: Ah! They are lovely.
Cass: Well, we are pleased that you're happy, baroness.
Baroness: You would be more pleased, no doubt, with a check? Thank you, mademoiselle.
Nicole: Oh, thank you.
Cass: Thank you.
Baroness: Well, if I could get some help getting them to the car --
Ada: [French accent] but of course. Ladies?
Cass: And, baroness, danke schon and auf wiedersehen.
Baroness: Au revoir, Mr. Winthrop. My friends shall hear of this salon.
Nicole: Oh, I would love to serve your friends.
Cass: Goodbye. Yow! Ha-ha!
Nicole: Her friends shall hear of this salon?
Cass: Just look at the check. Wait a second. Look at that.
Nicole: Wait a minute, check the zeros.
Cass: There are three of them.
Cass: The Easter bunny came early this year.
Nicole: Oh, Cass!
Ada: Well, did we do it or what?
Cass: All right!
Ada: Well, did we do it or what?
Nicole: Whoo! I don't know how to thank you guys.
Ada: Oh, I do. You can spring for a bit of the bubbly at Mary's Place. The food's on me.
Cass: Oh, you really did come through for us, Ada.
Ada: I know I am! Come on, I'm hungry! Let's go!
Cass: Me, too. I'm thirsty, and I want some good champagne.
Jack: This is a happy group. What's all the cheering about?
Cass: Oh, just your arrival, Jack.
Jack: Are you sure that's all?
Cass: Ladies, why don't you go ahead? Nicole and I will be along shortly, ok?
Ada: Ok, we'll see you there.
Cass: Great work. You're the best.
Cass: Jack --
Cass: There's good news today, Jack. Take a look at this.
Jack: Can I ask you something?
Jack: What did you do with the two checks the baroness gave you as a deposit?
Cass: The two checks?
Cass: Well, I mean, that went for the seamstresses' expenses and wages and all of our expenses and material and stuff. Why do you ask?
Jack: Well, then, Cass, I have some bad news for you. This is all gone.
Nicole: What are you talking about?
Cass: Debts? Hey, that check is for 12,000 bucks.
Jack: Would you like me to list what you owe?
Nicole: You bet we would.
Jack: Ok. For materials bought in January, $3,400. For canceled contracts --
Nicole: Let me see those. 979? 604?
Cass: Ok, all right, all right, what's the total, Jack?
Nicole: So what we have left is --
Cass: Well, better than nothing.
Woman: We are leaving, Monsieur Winthrop.
Cass: Good job, ladies.
Nicole: You saved our lives.
Cass: Thank you very much.
Woman: You are very talented, mademoiselle. It was a pleasure sewing for you.
Nicole: Oh, that is very nice to hear, thank you.
Jack: Uh, can I give you ladies a lift somewhere?
Cass: What, like to your apartment, Jack?
Jack: Anywhere they want to go.
Woman: You are very kind, monsieur.
Jack: Not at all.
Nicole: Thanks so much.
Woman: Au revoir.
Cass: Ciao. Ah! What? Just said goodbye to the lady.
Nicole: Boy, we're broke.
Nicole: Don't even have enough to celebrate Easter.
Cass: Well, that's nice. Just the price we're going to have to pay, that's all.
Nicole: For what?
Cass: For the fabulous success that awaits us around the very next corner. I mean, we may be facing adversity now, but that doesn't mean we can't have a good time.
Nicole: We can? Oh, we will. We will, right?
Cass: You were magnificent today. And our friends were absolutely magnificent today. Life is good. We got a lot to celebrate.
Nicole: Yeah, I suppose we do.
Cass: Oh, yes, oh, yes, definitely. Now, come on, let's do something special.
Nicole: Well, what do you want to do?
Cass: Oh, I don't know yet.
Nicole: Well, whatever it is, how are we going to pay for it?
Cass: Good old American plastic.
Cass: Wait a minute.
Nicole: What? Uh-oh.
Cass: The germ of an idea is forming. No, no, it's a good idea.
Jamie: Me? I own Frame Construction?
Rachel: You are now chief executive officer, president, or whatever other title appeals to you.
Jamie: When did you decide to do this?
Rachel: Quite a while ago I drew up a new will. I didn't get around to doing anything about it until a week ago.
Jamie: Why then?
Rachel: Because Jason was putting pressure on me. I thought it was wiser to turn the title over to you immediately.
Jamie: This is a little hard to take in.
Rachel: You're not against it, are you?
Jamie: I'm not sure what I feel right now. I mean, this changes everything.
Rachel: No, it doesn't change everything.
Jamie: Well, it's my problem now. That's a change. That's a big change.
Zach: Well, perhaps it won't be a problem with you running things.
Jamie: Well, it'll be a problem with Jason, or at least it could be.
Rachel: I thought you and Jason were friends.
Jamie: Yeah, well, we get along. He's -- he's interesting.
Rachel: He's buttering you up.
Rachel: Jamie, remember one thing -- your father gave the company to Quinn and to me. He didn't give it to Jason.
Jamie: I've thought about that.
Rachel: He didn't want Jason running the company. That's it, pure and simple.
Jamie: Is it?
Zach: Look, Jamie, purely from a business point of view, I ask you to question Jason's credentials as far as running the company.
Jamie: I have no idea what they are, Zach.
Zach: The man's been at sea most of his life.
Jamie: But he will be working with John Hudson, who has considerable expertise in construction.
Zach: John's a craftsman, but that doesn't mean that he can run a company.
Rachel: You also have a responsibility to your father's name.
Jamie: I'll take that responsibility.
Zach: Look, there's also the question of profits. You provide the name, you deserve a piece of the action.
Jamie: I am not providing anything yet, Zach. I want to think this through first, ok?
Ada: It's quiet in here.
Julie Ann: Well, I'll put some music on.
Cheryl: And I will get the champagne.
Ada: Terrific. Ah, Rachel. Hi, honey. Hi, guys.
Zach: Hey, Ada.
Ada: Well, you should've seen what happened at Nicole's. You should have been there. Well, we were sewing and stitching and --
Mary: It's all right.
Cheryl: Pops, what is it?
Ada: Mary, what's the matter?
Mary: Dawn died the day before yesterday in Venice.
Ada: How did you find out about it?
Mary: Scott. He's home. He's upstairs in his room.
Jamie: Excuse me, everybody.
Cheryl: I'm so sorry, Scott.
Scott: Yeah, me, too.
Cheryl: Just hope she knows how much she meant to me.
Scott: You were really like a sister to her, you know that? She really loved you.
Cheryl: I loved her, too.
Cass: All set.
Nicole: What is?
Cass: You're going to love it.
Nicole: Love what?
Cass: I can't believe how easy that was. I mean, I -- I told them exactly what I wanted and I gave them the credit card number --
Nicole: Oh, Cass.
Cass: It's something I've been wanting to do since the last time we did it.
Nicole: Did what?
Nicole: I have no idea.
Nicole: Oh, come on, can't you just tell me what it is?
Cass: Think of a wonderful time in our lives together.
Cass: I don't think it's that time. Wonderful and frustrating.
Nicole: Frustrating, huh?
Cass: Yeah. We were interrupted at the worst possible moment.
Nicole: Oh. The Manor.
Cass: I knew you'd get it.
Nicole: Are we -- are you going to take me there?
Cass: I got us the best room in the joint.
Nicole: I don't believe it!
Cass: We're going to do it right this time.
Nicole: Oh, more than right. This time it'll be perfect.
Nicole: Do you remember how nervous I was?
Cass: You couldn't even look at me.
Nicole: Did I make a fool of myself?
Cass: Uh-uh. No. You were beautiful and charming and sexy. And I was insane with desire. The dress you had on and the way you smiled -- I just couldn't take it.
Nicole: But now you can, huh?
Cass: Mm-hmm. What a relief.
Nicole: It'll be so nice not having to worry about what's going to happen next.
Cass: No more worrying.
Nicole: You know, I kept thinking, "will he kiss me? Will we go upstairs?"
Cass: This time you'll know.
Nicole: Yeah, he will kiss me.
Cass: Once or twice, yeah.
Nicole: And we'll go upstairs.
Cass: Immediately. In fact, I think we may stay upstairs the whole time.
Nicole: Mmm, that sounds perfect.
Cass: You like that?
Cass: We can have our Easter dinner up in our room.
Nicole: Oh, can we afford dinner now?
Cass: Of course we can. May be our last one, but at least we'll know we went down the tubes in style.
Nicole: Oh, you do everything in style, Cass Winthrop.
Cass: Only because I have you.
Jason: That's right. You give me the tools, I'll put your name on every truck we have. Yeah, I know it's free advertising. Yeah, it is worth its weight in gold. I may ask you to throw in some of that, too. Great. Fine, no, no, no, I'll hear from you this week. Thanks. Ah.
Jamie: More plans for Frame Construction?
Jason: I didn't hear you come in, Jamie.
Jamie: It's not going to work, Jason.
Jamie: And I'm not going to let you get away with it, Jason.
Jason: What are you talking about? Something wrong?
Jamie: No, nothing's wrong. Nothing at all! I just lost a patient of mine whom I cared a great deal about.
Jason: Well, I'm sorry about that. I had no idea.
Jamie: Dawn Rollo.
Jason: Oh, no, she was a terrific, gutsy girl. I really liked her.
Jamie: I'm not here to talk about her. I'm here to talk about Frame Construction.
Jason: What's the problem?
Jamie: A change.
Jason: What kind of change?
Jamie: I own it.
Jason: You do?
Jamie: Yes, my mother just gave it to me, legally, lock, stock, and barrel.
Jason: Well, that's great.
Jamie: Don't be so sure, Jason.
Jason: What's the problem, Jamie?
Jason: I don't know what you mean.
Jamie: You were working on me to influence my mother. Well, Jason, the decision is mine now, not hers!
Jason: What did she do, tell you not to hand it over to me?
Jamie: She told me to make my own decision.
Jason: What did you come up with?
Jamie: Nothing yet. I'm going to take my time, Jason.
Jason: I see.
Jamie: I have a big responsibility to my father, to his name. It's a big risk to resurrect the business, you know that, and I'm going to make sure that you're the man who can handle it.
Jason: What you're saying is you don't trust me.
Jamie: What I'm saying, Jason, is that Frame Construction is going to stay on the shelf for the time being.
Mary: I learned a lot from Dawn about courage and friendship.
Ada: No matter how bad she felt, she was always thinking of other people.
Zach: Not for one minute did she ever feel sorry for herself.
Mary: This is a very cruel disease.
Rachel: It's taken so many of our brightest.
Julie Ann: She had everything to look forward to -- someone to love her, talent. She had everything going for her. It's just not fair.
Vince: No. No, it's not. But we know that Dawn would want us to find the positive side of this, right? So we have to be thankful for what she gave us, thankful that she was part of our lives.
Ada: She never gave up. She always lived every day as fully as she could.
Vince: Writing her music.
Zach: Yeah, fighting to stay in school.
Julie Ann: I'll never forget her.
Scott: If you guys don't mind, there's just a couple things I'd like to say I think Dawn would probably want you to know. First of all, she kept always saying how -- how lucky she was to have such wonderful friends. You guys were the reason that she was able to wake up every morning. No matter how bad she felt or how sick she was, she was able to still look forward to it. It's because of you she wasn't afraid.
Mary: Well, we'll always have her with us in our memories of her and in her beautiful music.
Scott: Yeah. And another thing -- she -- she wrote this last song. She was never really able to share it with anybody. So if you don't mind, I'd kind of like to do that now.
Mary: That's a lovely idea.
Scott: "Even if there's no tomorrow, there's a tear behind your smile, there's a cry inside your voice, wondering where this all might lead. Well, I can't see the future, but I know what we've got, and between us there's all the strength we need. So hold me now. Believe me when I say that the love most people dream of we've been living every day. Even if there's no tomorrow, even if our world should end today, the love we had together will burn brighter than the sun long after our tomorrows fade away. It's not always easy. Fate can be unkind. But we had more than I could ever wish. The memories that we made shine like precious stars, captured in each moment when we kiss. So come to me and let me say again our love will last forever like a song that has no end, even if there's no tomorrow."
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