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Another World Transcript Tuesday 4/27/04
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Sam: We're going to start again? Ok, deep breath. And breathe.
Singer: Well, I don't know baby, if that's true 'cause you got me
Sam: 10 seconds. Doing great.
Sam: 20 seconds. Keep it up, keep it up, keep it up. 30 seconds. You should start to ease up now. Ok.
Singer: They say our love won't pay the rent
Sam: 40 seconds. Keep breathing. 50. 60, and it's done. Lie back and relax and breathe. You ok?
Amanda: Sam --
Amanda: Can we have grilled cheese for lunch?
Sam: You're not concentrating, Amanda. She's not concentrating, is she?
Amanda: I can't help it. I'm hungry.
Sam: Amanda fowler --
Amanda: With the little green pickles, please?
Sam: Lie back and breathe, ok? Breathe! Deep breath. And go.
Felicia: Darling -- darling, look, I ordered breakfast 20 minutes ago. Yes. No, I do understand.
Mitch: Have you seen my tennis shoes?
Felicia: Please, could you get it here as soon as possible? Right, thank you.
Mitch: How could I lose a pair of tennis shoes?
Felicia: You're not going running now, are you?
Mitch: What do you mean? I go running every morning.
Felicia: Mitch, you have deadlines coming up. I've got my book. I haven't even finished it yet.
Mitch: So what am I supposed to do, not go running?
Felicia: But we're not going to see each other for days, and I thought we could have a nice breakfast alone -- except it's late, of course. I called 20 minutes ago. It's still not here.
Mitch: Honey, could you, like, maybe calm down and just bring it down maybe two notches?
Felicia: Ok. All right. Now, I know that our relationship is just perfect right now, but --
Felicia: I thought if we could just spend a little more time talking and listening to one another --
Mitch: I understand that, and we'll have a breakfast. We'll have a very nice, quiet, long --
Matt: I'm done with the shower, guys. It's all yours.
Felicia: You're not here. You're at Kevinís house.
Mitch: Oh, I meant to tell you. There's been a little slight change of plans. We've got a couple things to take care of.
Matt: Yeah. Sorry I startled you. Dad, is it all right if I order some breakfast? I'm starved.
Matt: Hey, great service. You guys --
Felicia: I'll get it.
Matt: You get it, yeah.
Mitch: Go to the kitchen. I know they're busy, but tell them to get a breakfast up here fast. Thank you.
Felicia: You can just bring the table -- oh, honey. Hi.
Felicia: I -- sorry, I thought you were a western omelet and a few melon balls.
Lisa: Oh. Well, you don't mind me dropping in like this, do you? I'm not interrupting, am I?
Felicia: No. No, you're not interrupting anything.
Nicole: Cass, hi.
Nicole: Why are you still here?
Cass: I live here, remember?
Nicole: I meant why aren't you over at Cory publishing?
Cass: I thought I'd work at home today.
Nicole: Oh. Is Cory publishing planning on paying our fuel bill this month?
Cass: All right. Let's stop playing games.
Nicole: Oh, this is a game?
Cass: I think it's time you told me the truth. Where were you last night?
Nicole: You've been sitting here waiting for me to tell you where I was last night?
Cass: Maybe I should have said "this morning."
Nicole: Oh, so you want me to tell you where I was and what time I got in.
Cass: No, just where you were. I know what time you got in -- 35 minutes ago.
Nicole: Oh, so that was you. You know, when I was coming in, I heard the telephone ringing, so I picked it up, and whoever it was hung up. I thought it was a wrong number, but that was you, wasn't it?
Cass: No, it wasn't me. I live here. Why would I call you?
Nicole: Because I might have caught you spying on me.
Cass: This is ridiculous. Will you tell me where you were all night?
Nicole: Look, Cass, I left you a note. I told you exactly what I was doing. I said I was having dinner with Drew and, please, not to wait up.
Cass: So you knew you'd be all night?
Nicole: Are you kidding? No, I had no idea.
Cass: I thought this note was just a prank to make me jealous. I didn't honestly believe that you would actually, really go out with this guy again. Where did you go?
Nicole: Um -- St. Bart's.
Cass: I never heard of it.
Nicole: It's a little island.
Cass: The island?
The island St. Bart's?
Nicole: So you have heard of it.
Cass: He took you to an island overnight? I suppose he had a private plane.
Nicole: Well, yes, he did.
Cass: Well, now we know what kind of a man he is, don't we? He's using you. Can't you see that?
Nicole: We're planning a business partnership, Cass. Why can't you understand that?
Cass: You stay out -- you stay out all night with an old lover and you expect me to understand?
Nicole: Well -- no, actually, I knew you wouldn't. But if I had called, I would have never been able to explain where we were, and, anyway, you would have been madder than you are right now.
Cass: Nicole, we live together. We share the same bed. Don't you think I'd be the slightest bit concerned about you?
Nicole: I know. I -- I didn't mean to worry you. I'm sorry.
Cass: I don't understand why you're behaving like this.
Nicole: You're just making too much of this, Cass.
Cass: No, wait a minute.
Cass: St. Bart's in a private plane. If you left after dinner --
Nicole: What are you trying to say?
Cass: If you didn't get in till 35 minutes ago, just where did the two of you stay all night?
Sam: So we're doing ok, right?
Woman: Sam, this is your first class. Don't worry.
Sam: Well, I know, but she's not concentrating, is she? She needs to concentrate more. Is that it?
Woman: Honey, let me give you a piece of advice -- relax. Have a grilled cheese sandwich. Look, by the time this baby comes, you'll both know exactly what to do. I'll see you next week.
Amanda: Thanks, Ronnie. Bye.
Sam: Thanks a lot, Ronnie.
Singer: I got you, babe
Sam: She thinks Iím nervous.
Amanda: I don't know how she could have ever gotten that idea.
Sam: Look, I just want this to go right, ok? That's it.
Amanda: I just wish you would relax, calm down.
Sam: No, I'm fine, I'm fine. Don't worry about me. I'm fine, ok? I'm fine.
Amanda: I just wish the shoe could be on the other foot.
Sam: What, you want me to have the baby for you?
Amanda: No, I want you to see what it's like living with you, with you worrying all the time. "Are you all right? Did you take your vitamins? Breathe, woman, breathe."
Sam: I'm sorry, ok? I guess I'm kind of a drag, I guess.
Amanda: Look, I know it's really rough on you not being able to work and everything, but I just don't want you to lose your sense of humor.
Sam: Sometimes it's hard.
Amanda: Yeah, I know.
Sam: Look -- I'm going to leave you alone for a little while. I think I'll go work out or something.
Amanda: No. I mean, you're not supposed to be doing anything except taking it easy.
Sam: Great. Taking it easy. I don't know how to take it easy, all right? When Iíve felt like this before, I'd -- Iíd paint. Or Iíd work out. Just sitting around, I don't know how to do.
Amanda: Ok. I have an idea.
Amanda: What did Ronnie just teach us?
Sam: Birthing techniques.
Amanda: Breathing, relaxation. Come on.
Sam: Wait a minute. You want me -- no way. Uh-uh.
Amanda: A pillow for the small of your back.
Sam: Amanda, this is woman's work!
Amanda: Shut up and do it.
Sam: You know something?
Sam: You're mean when you're pregnant.
Amanda: Shut up and breathe!
Sam: Ok, breathing. No watch -- oops.
Felicia: Well, you know, I haven't seen you for a couple of days. How are you doing being alone? I mean, you handling it ok?
Amanda: Most of the time Iím ok, but this morning I woke up and I just felt blue, you know?
Felicia: I know, honey. I know.
Matt: You know, a lot of cholesterol in that stuff, dad. You better watch that at your age.
Mitch: Matthew, thanks, I needed that.
Lisa: Yeah, I just thought Iíd drop in here and see if you were busy.
Lisa: So --
Felicia: I'm glad you did.
Lisa: I had this great idea.
Felicia: Oh, what is it?
Lisa: I thought maybe if I had a new outfit, you know, something really great --
Lisa: It'd help.
Felicia: Ok, yeah.
Lisa: You know?
Felicia: Of course it would.
Lisa: Besides, if I go knock Jamie out when I go to see him, it'll make me feel better about myself.
Felicia: That's right. Well, you know, I've always thought to solve life's little problems, you should go out and buy clothes.
Lisa: Good. Then you'll go with me?
Felicia: Oh --
Lisa: Oh, great. Because, you know, if you're there and you help me pick it out, I know it'll be perfect.
Felicia: Well -- ok, maybe we could do that. Who was that?
Mitch: That was "Brava." The deadline's been moved up.
Felicia: Mitch --
Matt: Yeah, dad, could you drop me off on your way?
Mitch: Yeah, yeah.
Felicia: Well, listen -- maybe tonight?
Mitch: I'll be back as soon as I can.
Felicia: Oh, no, no, no, wait. That's not good. I've got the edit tonight, remember?
Mitch: Tomorrow's going to be --
Matt: Dad, don't you think you'd better change? I have to meet Kevin, you know.
Mitch: Yeah, ok. All right, all right. Nice try.
Felicia: Yeah. Nice try.
Cheryl: Hey, Charlie, how's it going?
Cheryl: Good. More tea, Mom?
Mary: No, no, no, I'm finished. I have to go to work.
Cheryl: I thought you said you didn't have any appointments this morning.
Mary: I donít. That means I can get paperwork done. Ask your daddy to call me as soon as he gets back.
Cheryl: I will. Hey, lady! Haven't you ever heard of tipping?
Mary: Ooh, hi.
John: We have to talk.
John: I didn't want to talk to you at the hospital, but --
John: So, I -- I guess better just start, hadn't I?
Cheryl: Hey, john. I guess you want some coffee.
John: Yeah, yeah.
Cheryl: You know what? We have these cheese danishes we just got in. Would you like me --
John: No, this is fine. Really, just coffee. Thanks.
Mary: You're upset about something.
John: No. No, not really. I've just been thinking about this nonstop since the other day.
Mary: Thinking about what?
John: You said you wanted to talk to me about Nam, didn't you?
Mary: Only if you want to.
John: It's a real causey thing nowadays -- movies, TV shows. You know, everyone's supposed to care now.
Mary: I guess so.
John: The only thing that's got me bugged is I wonder how many people are willing to put their money where their mouth is.
Mary: John, are you angry at me?
John: No, no.
Mary: Ok, then why don't you just talk to me.
John: Look, I got this idea that I think will save the hospital a lot of money and get my guys jobs that they can be proud of.
Mary: I see.
John: It's not that these guys can't find jobs. I mean, hell, most of them have had eight or 10 jobs since they got back. They've had all the fresh starts they can take. What they really need is to be able to finish something, something important.
Mary: Something like the hospice wing.
John: Yes, like the hospice, and to know that it's important. Look, I think -- I don't know this for sure -- Zack is going to check it out for me -- but I think that you may be eligible for additional funds just by the mere fact that you're hiring vets. Mary, I promise you, we'll not just do a good job; we'll do an exceptional job.
Mary: It sounds wonderful.
John: Just think about it. There isn't one good reason why you should say no.
Jason: There you are. We all set?
Cass: Nicole, you haven't answered my question.
Nicole: Ok. After a lovely dinner in a beautiful restaurant --
Cass: He took you up to his room and showed you his etchings.
Nicole: No, he escorted me to my own private suite and he said good night.
Cass: Private suite?
Nicole: That's right. And then he retired to his own.
Cass: And you fell for one of the oldest tricks in the book. Don't you see what he's doing?
Nicole: I see, Cass, that one man whisked me away. He treats me like an equal. He puts a lot of work into planning out a wonderful evening. And the other man tells me that Iím being used.
Cass: If you're too blind to see what's happening here, it's up to me to show you!
Felicia: Well, we must be your first customers of the day.
Nicole: Hi. Come on in. If you need anything, don't hesitate to ask, all right? Excuse me.
Felicia: Actually, we were looking for something casual, summery.
Cass: I will never understand this woman, ever. Ever. Not ever!
Lisa: I think they're having a fight.
Felicia: No. Cass just has a way with women. Almost all of them want to kill him.
Jason: Well, did you give her all the details?
Mary: I thought you were told you weren't welcome here.
Jason: Mary, let bygones be bygones.
John: Jason, I told you I'd handle this.
Jason: I'm excited. I'm -- you got a verdict for us?
Mary: You've certainly given me a lot to think about, John. I just have to remember to keep the hospital's best interests in mind.
John: I know. And my plan is in your best interests. Please, Mary, just think about it.
Mary: I promise you I will. Now, if you'll excuse me --
Cheryl: You ok?
Mary: I'm fine.
Cheryl: I can't believe Jason. You know, you think he'd really be ashamed to walk in here after what happened yesterday.
Mary: Wouldn't you?
Cheryl: And what's with grumpy over there?
Cheryl: You know, you offer the man a danish and he practically bites your head off.
Mary: Sweetie, he's just got things on his mind.
Cheryl: Yeah, obviously. Look, Mom, I can't wait around all day for pops.
Cheryl: I got to do something real important.
Mary: I don't think you should leave. He's still angry that you left yesterday.
Cheryl: Charlie can handle things. Don't worry.
Mary: Charlie can't handle folding napkins.
Cheryl: Bye, Mom.
Kevin: Hey, Cheryl.
Cheryl: Hi, Kevin.
Kevin: You look great this morning.
Cheryl: Look, I got to go.
Kevin: I don't understand her sometimes.
Matt: Maybe she doesn't want to talk to a nerd like you.
Kevin: You're a real wit, Cory.
Matt: Yeah, I know.
Charlene: Do you think they want to order something?
Mary: I don't know. They walked into a restaurant, sat down at a table, and picked up napkins. Could be. Why don't you ask them?
Mary: I think I'm just going to stay and make sure the restaurant is still here when Vince gets back.
Matt: And let's see -- I will take a large O.J. with that.
Charlene: Ok, coming right up.
Matt: Thank you.
Charlene: You're welcome.
Matt: So, what, Tracyís not hungry this morning?
Kevin: She's probably dieting. She wants to look perfect for you.
Matt: Come on. She's all right, though?
Kevin: I guess so. She was talking about getting a job.
Kevin: Don't worry. She's not leaving.
Matt: Well, she wants to get a job here in Bay City, right?
Kevin: Yeah, that's what she said.
Kevin: I don't know. I don't think she should worry.
Tracy: Worry about what?
Kevin: I was just telling Matt that you were talking about getting a job.
Kevin: He was worried that you might be leaving town.
Matt: Hey, wait -- I wasn't --
Tracy: I probably should get a job, but right now the only thing I'm worried about is if I should use suntan lotion or baby oil.
Matt: I told her about Amandaís roof on her apartment house. Good place to catch rays, you know.
Kevin: And you're going with her?
Matt: Yeah. I don't want her to get lost. You ready?
Kevin: Excuse me, Matt, but didn't you just order breakfast?
Matt: Oh, right, right, right. Hey, Iíll tell you what. We'll go after breakfast. Why don't you sit down here.
Singer: I'll be on your side forevermore
John: Jason, I told you that I would take care of this.
Jason: Yeah --
John: Hey, Zack.
Zack: How you doing, buddy?
John: Good. How are you?
Zack: All right. Oh, John, Jason, Iíd like you to meet Courtney Walker. She's working with Adam down at the station.
Jason: We're clean.
John: Don't pay any attention to him. Were you able to find the information I asked you to look for?
Zack: You know, it's surprising -- there are a lot of new grants for Vietnam vets -- more than I thought.
John: But not enough, huh?
Zack: No, not enough. Listen, john, I'll be glad to help in any way I can.
Courtney: And me, too. My brother never came back. I really didn't know him that well.
John: I'm sorry. Thanks for the offer. We'll take all the help we can get. Sit down. Join us, will you?
Zack: Oh, thank you.
Jason: Excuse me.
John: Jason, what --
Jason: Surprised to still see you here.
Mary: I'm keeping an eye on things until my husband gets back.
Jason: Good. Give us some time to talk.
Mary: Then he can throw you out again.
Felicia: Honey, honey, you have to calm down.
Cass: No, I don't have to calm down! She's behaving like she didn't do anything wrong!
Felicia: She probably didnít.
Cass: Oh, et tu, Felicia.
Felicia: Honey, grow up.
Cass: "Grow up"?
Felicia: Grow up.
Cass: "Grow up"? Thank you very much for that. You know, it's really wonderful to have my best friend here to comfort me.
Felicia: Cass, Cass --
Felicia: Why do you think that you and Nicole should never have any problems?
Cass: Oh, this is easy for you to say. An old lover isn't whisking Mitch off to St. Bart's in a private plane and putting him up in a private suite.
Felicia: Do you think that Mitch and I don't have problems?
Cass: Oh, you got problems, all right. "Honey, who should we invite to our wedding?" "Where should we go on our honeymoon, sweetheart?"
Felicia: You know, for your information, we work very hard at our relationship.
Cass: Oh, come on. Don't you know what I'm facing here?
Cass: The old boyfriend syndrome. You don't know what that's like, competing with the past, the possibility of what might have been.
Felicia: Are you crazy? Have you forgotten about Rachel? You know, she is the mother of his only child.
Cass: St. Bart's.
Felicia: St. Bart's?
Cass: St. Bart's. Couldn't he have taken her to tops? No offense. Atlantic City, if he really wanted to show off --
Felicia: Honey -- if I admit that you have it worse than any person in this universe, will you then listen to me?
Cass: Hmm. All right.
Felicia: Now, did you let Nicole explain things to you or did you just yell at her?
Cass: Well, what do you think?
Felicia: I think you probably yelled at her. Now, listen to me. She probably did this because she wants to communicate with you. She wants you to talk to her, to tell her how you really feel about her.
Cass: You know what I'm going to do?
Felicia: I'm almost afraid to ask.
Cass: I'm going to top him.
Felicia: Oh, grand.
Cass: St. Bart's, huh? Private suite, private plane, la-di-da. You know what I'm going to do?
Felicia: Probably embarrass yourself.
Cass: She will never, ever expect this in a million years. I'll propose.
Felicia: Propose what?
Cass: Marriage. She -- she's so hot for spontaneity and romance, I'll give it to her. I'll take her out to a romantic lunch, and as if it just came to me, Iíll ask her to marry me. Mr. Private jet won't know what hit him. Oh, honey, thanks so much. You always give the best advice. Do you know that?
Felicia: I do. I just wish someone would listen to it.
[Knock on door]
Amanda: Please don't knock again.
Matt: Hey, just wanted to check in with you guys.
Amanda: Shh, shh.
Sam: It's ok. I'm awake.
Matt: Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, sorry. You guys sleep late.
Amanda: Hi, Tracy.
Tracy: Hi, Amanda. How are you, Sam?
Matt: So, how is Matthew S. Fowler doing today?
Sam: Wait a minute -- Matthew S. Fowler?
Matt: Yes, Matthew S. Yours can be his middle name.
Sam: Oh, great. Thanks a lot.
Amanda: What if it's a girl?
Sam: Oh, I hope it's a boy. I hope it's a boy.
Amanda: Do you guys want some coffee or something?
Matt: No, no, no, no. We're just heading up to the roof. You don't mind, do you?
Amanda: The roof? No, of course not, but don't you think you're pushing the season a little bit?
Tracy: Oh, no problem. We have it handled. Suntan lotion and jackets.
Matt: Jackets. And we have a picnic, so come on up if you get hungry.
Tracy: Yeah, definitely.
Sam: Have a good time, you guys.
Amanda: Bye. You think Matthew likes her?
Sam: I know Matthew likes her.
Amanda: It's just really difficult for me to imagine the kid that put frogs in my bed is actually liking girls.
Sam: [As an elderly man] well, you got to face it, Mother. We're getting old.
Amanda: I used to sunbathe in May. Am I getting old?
Sam: Yeah, that's it. We're just an old married couple. What could be more boring than that?
Amanda: [As an elderly woman] well, I don't know.
[Normal voice] let me tell you -- sometimes it has its advantages.
Sam: [Normal voice] oh, yeah?
Sam: Tell you what -- why don't you just come over here and show me some of the advantages.
Mitch: Kevin, I think we need to check the solution. Also, it's not a bad idea to use that timer.
Kevin: Yeah. Hey, that's Felicia, isn't it?
Mitch: Mm-hmm. I had a few shots left on the roll, and I decided to finish it off.
Kevin: She's really great.
Mitch: Yeah, she is.
Kevin: You know what's weird?
Kevin: The way you two can just talk to each other about everything, laugh together.
Mitch: Oh, yeah?
Kevin: Well, I don't remember my mom and dad ever laughing together.
Mitch: Well, I would have to say she's taught me a lot about laughing.
Kevin: You're really lucky, you know?
Mitch: Yeah, I know.
Kevin: Have you ever taken pictures of Cheryl McKinnon?
Mitch: Yeah, when she was doing more modeling.
Kevin: Well, I heard that she was a model. That's why I asked. She's kind of pretty, don't you think?
Mitch: Yeah, kind of.
Kevin: She's a little hard to talk to, though.
Kevin: Well, not that Iíve ever really talked to her talked to her --
Mitch: Well, I think she's kind of shy. I mean, she's nice. She was always interested in what we were doing.
Mitch: Yeah. Why don't you show her some of your work sometime? You know, that might be a good way of starting a conversation.
Kevin: That's a great idea. Thanks.
Mitch: Don't mention it. Who knows -- I might ask you a favor sometime.
Cheryl: I'm glad I was able to reach you at Feliciaís.
Lisa: Me, too. You know, Cheryl agrees that the only way to get rid of this depression is to spend too much money.
Cheryl: We went a little bit crazy yesterday, and we didn't find anything we really liked.
Felicia: No? Well, I'm sure you're going to find something really wonderful here at Nicoleís. I was thinking maybe I should buy some clothes, myself.
Cheryl: What's the matter? Are you feeling as lousy as we do?
Felicia: Well, I told Cass that he needed to spend more time in a relationship, really work at it, like Mitch and I do.
Lisa: I know you do that.
Felicia: Yeah, except that's what I told Cass. What I told Mitch was don't bother to come home early because I'm going to be at an edit meeting.
Lisa: Well, Felicia, you know you've got to spend a lot of time with your career.
Felicia: Yeah, I know I do. It's just --
Cheryl: What is it?
Felicia: I think I better try on clothes fast!
Lisa: Me, too.
Cheryl: Well, as the lady said, charge.
Felicia: Right. Ok.
Singer: If you see a guy and you kinda like him he really, really catches your eye don't be afraid to show him how you feel you see him every morning going to work on the same old train don't think you're out of place if you ask him his name oh, you're so shy
Singers: Shy, shy you're so shy
Singer: You're so shy
Singers: Shy, shy
Singer: You're never gonna get a guy that way
Singers: Stop being so shy
singer: I know your mama told you a certain way a lady should act but that won't work all the time now, ain't that a fact taking sneaky looks over your paper your heart is beating it's beating so fast maybe he'd invite you tonight would you go if he'd ask? Oh, you're so shy
Singers: Shy, shy you're so shy
Singer: You're so shy
Singers: Shy, shy
Singer: You're never gonna get a man don't you understand
Singers: Stop being so shy
singer: Have you ever thought he might be lonely, too just like you this could be the start of a romance that will last forever why don't you drop your hanky maybe he will pick it up and you'll get your chance to say "thank you, sir" the beginning of a conversation you can talk about this and that don't play hard to get just try and relax 'cause you're so shy
Singers: Shy, shy you're so shy
Singer: You're so shy
Singers: Shy, shy
Singer: Oh, you'll never get a guy like that
Singers: Stop being so shy
Singer: Have you ever thought he might be lonely, too just like you this could be the start of a romance
Singers: That will last forever (water splashes)
Courtney: Oh, I better get going. Shouldn't be late the first week on the job.
Zack: You're right about that. Well, listen, let me know if you find out any more about who trashed Mr. Cory's car.
Courtney: Like the papers say -- we're investigating several leads.
Zack: Haven't got a clue, huh?
Courtney: Uh-uh. Take care.
John: Thank you for your help.
Courtney: Anytime, really. Bye.
Zack: Take care. So, you want me to be at the hearing tomorrow?
John: No, that's all right. I think I can handle it.
Zack: Me, too. You seem to be in good shape.
John: I don't know if I am or not.
Mary: I don't want to talk about this.
Jason: Mary, what I want you to do is take your feelings for me and get them out of this.
Mary: It's so difficult when you spent all morning hounding me.
Jason: What Iím trying to say is that john and his men are more important than me.
Mary: Do you ever listen to yourself? Now you're trying emotional blackmail on me.
Jason: No, I'm not. I'm trying to get my men a job.
Mary: No, you're not. You're using your men to get me -- I'm not going to do this.
Jason: Mary --
John: Jason -- you should go and take the inventory or something.
John: I think it's best if you just get out of here.
Jason: Another great morning in Bay City.
John: Look, just leave Mary alone. I'll handle her.
Jason: You may not want to believe this or not, but I'm trying to help.
John: I think in this case we do better without your help, all right? Go do the bidding or something. I'll take care of her.
Jason: If she turns us down, it's because of me.
John: No, it's not. There are a lot of reasons why she could turn us down, not the least of which is we have no experience at all.
Jason: I wouldn't give her a second thought. If she turns us down, it's me.
Singer: I learned my lesson well hope I live to tell the secret I have learned till then it will
Cass: I'm having trouble believing this.
Nicole: Cass, I told you I had a lot of work to do.
Cass: Did you think that yesterday when you flew off to St. Bart's?
Nicole: Cass, these are business hours, so Iím working today. And, anyway, last night was partly business.
Cass: This is great. Where are you? This is wonderful. What do I have to do to get you to go to lunch with me, throw in a plane trip? Take you to Paris?
Nicole: No, you could have asked me.
Cass: I am! That's what this is all about.
Nicole: No, you didn't ask me, Cass. You said, "get your coat. We're going to lunch."
Cass: Oh, come -- that was just spontaneous, romantic.
Nicole: No, it wasnít. It was an order. Spontaneous feels like fun, not like someone telling you to heel.
Cass: Nicole, when it's good for you, would you like to -- what do you say we go to lunch?
Nicole: I canít.
Nicole: Cass, I'm sorry. I'm just swamped with work today.
Cass: It's just lunch.
Nicole: And you still have to do next month's projections.
Cass: I did them last night while I was waiting for you to get back.
Nicole: Oh. Well, I'm sorry I can't have lunch with you today. I was just going to order in Chinese.
Nicole: That's right.
Cass: You were going to order in Chinese? I offer to take you to the finest restaurant in Bay City, and you'd rather order in Chinese! Whoa!
Nicole: Why don't you go work upstairs, ok?
Cass: Yeah, ok. This Chinese that you were going to order in -- it was for one, right? Let me guess.
Nicole: I'm going to try to find a nice way to put this.
Cass: Put what?
Nicole: Cass, you're getting on my nerves.
Mitch: You're sure it's no problem if you stay a while longer?
Kevin: No problem.
Mitch: I appreciate it. And I hope Cheryl likes your photographs.
Kevin: I hope so, too. As soon as they're done developing, I'm going to take them over and try and strike up a conversation.
Mitch: That's a good idea. I'm going to try to do the same thing.
Mitch: See you later.
Kevin: Ok -- separate.
Sam: You are a master at relaxation techniques.
Amanda: Feeling better?
Sam: Yeah, I feel great. You know what else I figured out?
Sam: It's a beautiful day.
Amanda: You're right.
Sam: Yeah. If it was 10 degrees warmer, I might go join matt and Tracy up on the roof.
Amanda: Oh, the sun feels great from here.
Sam: You look great from here. So tell me something --
Sam: What would you like to do this afternoon?
Amanda: I don't know. Actually, I should work on my article.
Amanda: And we have to read the books that Ronnie gave us.
Sam: Ok. But I'll make you a deal.
Sam: Why don't we have dinner tonight, just you and I?
Sam: Get down, get down.
Amanda: Sam, are you all right?
Sam: I'm fine.
Sam: I'm ok, I'm ok. What the hell is going on? Down, down.
Mitch and Felicia: What are you doing here?
Mitch: I thought you had an interview. I thought you were in an edit.
Felicia: I rescheduled.
Mitch: Oh, yeah?
Felicia: I gave Cass all this great advice about how he should make time and listen to each other and -- of course, he didn't listen to a word I said, but, then, he never does. And I thought maybe I would follow it myself.
Mitch: You know, I was thinking the same thing.
Felicia: Were you?
Mitch: I know this morning was kind of hectic.
Felicia: Yeah, just a little.
Mitch: So I went and I got you something.
Felicia: Did you?
Mitch: Yes, I did. Just to let you know --
Mitch: That I was thinking about you.
Felicia: Mitch, these are gorgeous.
Felicia: Thank you. Oh, you had this framed?
Mitch: She's so smart.
Felicia: I am, aren't I?
Felicia: Well, why'd you have that one framed?
Mitch: Because I think it had something to do with the backlighting in your hair.
Felicia: I'm afraid I don't see it.
Mitch: I'm not talking about the photograph.
Felicia: Oh, yeah. I got you a present.
Mitch: For me?
Felicia: Yeah, come here. I thought about it for a long time, but I finally decided --
Mitch: This is from the salon. You sure it's for me?
Felicia: Yeah, yeah. You just keep opening.
Mitch: Hmm. I think I'm going to like this.
Nicole: So you've been yelling at me all morning, and you never even stopped to ask yourself why.
Nicole: Why do you think that I went out with Drew?
Cass: Because he has a private plane and boatloads of money, that's why.
Nicole: Oh, that's nice. It's nice to know you think so highly of my character.
Cass: Well, it's easier to think that than --
Nicole: Than what?
Cass: Than that you still love him.
Nicole: Does that bother you?
Cass: Does it bother me? No, no. Why get upset over a minor detail like that?
Nicole: Cass, don't you think it's sad that I had to ask.
Cass: You just said I've been yelling at you all morning. That means it bothers me.
Nicole: Well, I don't know that. I mean, it feels like -- it feels like you don't even like me anymore.
Cass: Nicole, you flew -- you flew off to a Caribbean island with another man. You spent the night there. It feels like you don't like me anymore. It gets me a little testy. I'm sorry.
Nicole: Cass, listen. Drew lets me know what he thinks, and he takes the time to tell me how he feels, and he listens to what I have to say. And he -- and he takes the time to make me feel really special.
Cass: And I don't do that? Is that it?
Nicole: Cass, I'm trying to tell you something.
Cass: I want to tell you something, too. The lunch that you turned down, that wasn't just going to be any old kind of lunch, you know. I was going to --
Nicole: What? What were you going to do? Tell me what a jerk Drew is?
Nicole: How he's only after me for the conquest?
Cass: Not exactly. I was going to try to --
Nicole: Wait, wait, wait. Before you say anything else, there's something I have to tell you.
Cass: What now?
Nicole: Drew asked me to marry him.
Singer: Don't be afraid I can meet you halfway can't always know
Lisa: I know you're busy, Jamie, so -- you sure? Great. I'll just go change my clothes, and I'll meet you. Ok. I'm looking forward to seeing you. You're going to love seeing me.
John: So Iíll see you later at the hearing?
Mary: Mm-hmm, you will. And I wish you luck. And I really mean that.
Cheryl: John, you're leaving already?
John: I got to get work done sometime.
Cheryl: Look, you know what? I was thinking we could sit down, have something to eat and talk a little bit --
John: Some other time, ok?
Kevin: Nice windup. Did you ever pitch before?
Cheryl: Ah. Look, Kevin, just forget it, ok?
Kevin: Although Iíve never seen a pitcher dressed like that before. New outfit?
Cheryl: What, this old thing?
Kevin: Well, then you must be doing pretty good in tips around here because Iíve never seen a waitress dressed like that before, either. I've seen a lot of waitresses in my day.
Cheryl: I bet you have, Kevin.
Kevin: I can't believe I got you to smile.
Cheryl: I can't believe, either.
Kevin: So, what do I do now? Act casual? What?
Cheryl: What are you talking about?
Kevin: Well, actually, the reason I came over here is because I came up with a device to get you to talk to me.
Cheryl: Oh, yeah?
Kevin: Yeah. I just finished developing some of my pictures, and I thought you might want to take a look at them. You know, you being a model and all that.
Cheryl: Sure. Let me see.
Kevin: You mean it worked?
Cheryl: Yeah. Believe it or not, Kevin, I think it worked.
Kevin: This is great. All right, you take a look at the pictures, and Iíll just look at you.
Cheryl: Why don't we both look at the pictures, Kevin?
Kevin: All right.
Cheryl: These are actually pretty good.
Kevin: You think so?
Cheryl: Yeah, they're really good.
Kevin: You sound surprised.
Cheryl: I like this one. Look at this one. Look at -- you see how she's -- your sister's kind of like the focus in the picture? And then you see the little, you know, the guy in the background, but then she's the focus.
Kevin: What guy?
Cheryl: You see him? See the guy? Black jacket? Isn't that interesting? And then you see her. She's the center. But then you see that little guy dwelling around on the background, just floating around. It's a good job.
Kevin: He's here. He's here in Bay City.
Amanda: Sam, I keep telling you that Iím fine.
Sam: I can't believe that guy did that! I can't believe -- look, you're pregnant. Are you ok? Are you ok?
Amanda: Yeah. Did you see who it was?
Sam: No, I didn't see -- I mean, I saw a shadow, and the guy was -- the guy --
Sam: He was standing up kind of --
Amanda: Sam, are you all right?
Sam: I don't feel so --
Amanda: Sam! Sam! Sam! Sam!
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