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Another World Transcript Monday 5/17/04
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Nicole: Hi, Cass. I'm glad you're here.
Cass: I've been waiting for you.
Nicole: Oh, I had some errands to run.
Nicole: You look like you want to tell me something.
Cass: Do I?
Cass: Well, I can't imagine what I would have to say to you.
Nicole: Oh. Um -- Cass, I had breakfast with Drew this morning.
Cass: Oh, that must have brought back some fond memories.
Nicole: What do you mean?
Cass: You know exactly what I mean.
Nicole: What's wrong with you?
Cass: You, that's what.
Nicole: Well, what did I do?
Cass: You tell me that you had breakfast with that moron, and then you ask me what's wrong?
Nicole: If you would let me finish a sentence --
Cass: I can't handle this arrangement any longer!
Cass: Separate bedrooms, and yet we pretend that nothing has changed between us?
Nicole: The separate bedrooms were your idea.
Cass: Yeah, you didn't fight it very much. And every time I turn around, there's Marsten. And do I have to remind you that you disappeared one night on a Caribbean island with that guy and never so much as phoned me?
Nicole: You can't ask me to ignore Drew.
Cass: That's where you're absolutely right. I can't do that. But I think I've come up with a simple solution to our rather complicated problem.
Nicole: You have?
Cass: Yes, I have. I'm really, really tired of being jerked around here, being pulled in two different directions all the time. So Iím going to make your life much simpler. I'm leaving.
Amanda: I don't think I have to guess where you've been.
Sam: Well, I'm not playing favorites, but I think that Alexandra Cory Fowler is the most beautiful baby in that nursery.
Amanda: Oh, you're not biased at all.
Sam: Me? No, not at all.
Sam: So, hey, how do you feel?
Amanda: Oh, kind of like I just ran four marathons right in a row.
Sam: You look beautiful.
Amanda: You're crazy.
Sam: No, I'm not. Now, I talked to Alli, and she agrees with me.
Amanda: Did she?
Sam: Yeah, she did, and then she asked for the car keys.
Amanda: I hope you said no.
Sam: Well, she was kind of persuasive.
Amanda: Oh, I can see it already. You're going to be one of those fathers that the daughter can just wrap right around her little finger.
Sam: She is going to be just like you.
Amanda: How's that?
Sam: Well, she'll be able to convince me of anything, and I'll never win an argument.
Amanda: I knew I married you because you're so smart.
Sam: Yeah. This has been a great day, hasn't it?
Amanda: It's been the best. I can't believe that things have worked out the way they did for us over the past couple of weeks.
Sam: Well, did you ever think they wouldn't?
Sam: Well, yeah.
Amanda: I wasn't sure. Things were really complicated there for a while. I mean, half the time I didn't think anything was ever going to be easy again.
Sam: Oh, I get it.
Sam: You think having a baby was a snap, is that it?
Amanda: Yeah, sure. Let's just hurry out and go ahead and do it again.
Sam: Great! Name the time.
Amanda: How about the year 2010?
Sam: Oh, come on, Amanda. Once we get Alli home, you see her running around; you're going to want a room full of kids.
Amanda: I'll put that in writing.
Amanda: And I'll bring it up the next time that she wakes up for her midnight feeding.
Sam: That's not going to be my daughter, uh-uh.
Amanda: You're really starting to worry me now, Sam.
Sam: Oh, Amanda, come on. Everything's great now that we have the baby.
Mac: Da-da-da-da! Here we are!
Rachel: Here we are!
Ada: Hi, Mommy!
Zack: Hey, hey.
Vicky: Hi, Beth.
Beth: Vicky, you know you're not supposed to use that phone.
Vicky: I'll be quick, I promise. Hi, I'd like to talk to Dr. James Frame, please. Oh, well, do you know when he'll be back? Ok, I'd like to leave a message from Victoria Hudson. I will be flying out of Bay City tonight. No, I don't need a room. Yes, I know there's a convention. My name is Vicky. V-I-C-K-Y. Yes, he'll know who it is. Thank you.
Rachel: We couldn't stay away. We had to see the baby again.
Amanda: How does she look?
Ada: Just like you did.
Mac: I think she looks like Rachel.
Ada: Did you pick a name yet?
Sam: Yes, we did.
Sam: Alexandra Cory Fowler.
Rachel: Oh --
Sam: Alli for short.
Amanda: After daddy's mom.
Mac: Oh, darling.
Rachel: That's wonderful.
Zack: Looks like we're going to be thrown out.
Ronnie: Now, you know I'm not supposed to allow more than two guests at once.
Ronnie: Oh, ok, I think this family deserves to break a rule.
Zack: You, break a rule? Well, now that Iíve heard that, I have cigars.
Sam: Oh, yeah!
Ronnie: Oh, come on, you know better than this.
Ada: Ronnie, they're candy. They're chocolate. Have a cigar. Have a cigar.
Ronnie: How's the father feeling?
Sam: Well, I don't know, it's kind of hard to describe.
Mac: I know exactly what you mean.
Zack: Well, look, I just came by to check out your little girl, and this is the only time I enjoy coming to the hospital. But I have to be going. Amanda, these are for you.
Amanda: Oh, thanks.
Zack: They only had blue. The gift shop said they were all out of pink. They had a run on girls. Look, Mac, congratulations.
Mac: Thank you for coming by, Zack.
Zack: I'll see you later.
Ronnie: I'll check on you later, Amanda.
Ronnie: Get some rest.
Amanda: Thanks for everything, Ronnie.
Ada: She's nice.
Sam: Yeah, she's been great to us, too.
Rachel: Well, I think she's right. We should give Amanda a chance to rest.
Amanda: Oh, no, I'm ok. It's really good to see you smiling again.
Mac: I just can't believe my baby has a baby.
Sam: Rachel, what do you say you and me and Ada go look at Alli for a while?
Rachel: Good idea.
Ada: That's a good idea.
Sam: I'll see you soon, honey.
Rachel: Ok, I'll be out in a minute.
Sam: So, Ada, tell me, how does it feel to be a great-grandmother?
Ada: Don't push it.
Sam: Bye, guys.
Mac: He's going to be a great father.
Amanda: Well, if he's anything like you, Allyís going to be one very lucky little girl.
Mac: Sweetheart, I'm so touched you named your baby after my mother.
Amanda: It's a wonderful name. And from what you told me, grandma was a wonderful lady.
Mac: I'm so proud of you.
Amanda: I'm so happy, dad.
Mac: Well, I'm pretty unhappy about having to take this business trip to Europe.
Amanda: Why? It's ok.
Mac: But I wanted to be here to try to be of help to you and Sam and the baby. I need to be with my family.
Amanda: Daddy, did you just see that crew that left here?
Amanda: Well, between grandma, Mom, and Sam, Iím going to be watched over like a hawk.
Mac: Yeah, but I want to be with my daughter and my new granddaughter so much.
Amanda: I know. We want you to be here, too. But if this trip is going to help get Cory back, I think you know where you should be.
Mac: Well, I guess you're going to be in good hands anyway.
Amanda: I'll be fine. I want you to concentrate on the business. You have been a wonderful father. I know Iíve really caused you a lot of trouble.
Mac: Oh, no, you havenít. Well, of course you did have quite a knack for getting into things. Darling, you've been nothing but a joy to your mother and me. You're a very, very special person to us.
Amanda: Well, you know, if you promise to call me, I'll let Alli say hello to you on the phone.
Mac: It's a deal. It's a deal. And thank you so much for backing me up about saving Cory for Alexandra.
Amanda: You've backed me up plenty of times.
Nicole: You're leaving me?
Cass: You didn't really expect me to stay around and put up with any more of this, did you? I mean, I haven't swallowed all of my pride. I still have a little left.
Nicole: Don't you think we need to talk about all of this a little more?
Cass: What would you like to say?
Nicole: You're being unreasonable.
Cass: No! I refuse to be made the villain here! I'm not the one who's juggling two lovers!
Nicole: Oh, Drew and I are not lovers!
Nicole: You know, I have been listening to you yell at me for the past few weeks, and frankly, I am sick and tired of defending myself to you about my relationship with Drew.
Cass: That's my point. You have turned this thing with Drew into a relationship. I'm just an innocent bystander.
Nicole: Oh, you assumed that we're sleeping together because we were once involved. If I did that to you, Cass, I'd have to be committed. Anyway, you have more exes than Warren Beatty.
Cass: Yeah, but I'm not seeing any of them. I'm not wining and dining them or sending them white roses!
Nicole: Oh! That does it!
Cass: What does it?
Nicole: You! You know, I have been letting you insult me on a daily basis ever since Drew came back to town. I must be crazy.
Cass: I haven't been insulting you. I just don't understand your taste in men.
Nicole: Neither do I.
Cass: You know what I mean!
Nicole: Oh, I know exactly what this entire conversation with you means. You have assumed everything you've wanted to assume all along. You have your own little fantasy world about me and Drew, and you're so used to it now that you can't separate the truth from fiction.
Cass: Actually, I haven't had to use my imagination hardly at all. And you know why? Because your affection for this guy and your attraction for him has been so very blatant. Let me ask you one question, please -- what would you have done if I flew off to St. Bart's with my first love for a bite to eat and we wound up spending all night? You would have scratched my eyes out.
Nicole: Well, I -- yeah, I would have asked questions.
Cass: Questions? I'd be in fear for my life!
Nicole: You were the one who told me a few days ago that you wanted to see other women.
Nicole: Now, how do you think that made me feel, huh?
Cass: No, I refuse to let you twist this around!
Nicole: Oh, listen to yourself, Cass! Double standards have never been very appealing to me.
Cass: There she goes again.
Nicole: All right, is it that easy for you to walk out of here? Because if it is, well, there must not have been very much worth working for.
Cass: You are impossible!
Nicole: Oh, I am?
Liz: Am I interrupting?
Cass and Nicole: Yes!
Liz: Oh, I'll come back later.
Cass: No! Stay. I was just leaving.
Liz: Are you going away?
Cass: Yes, Iím meeting Mac at the hospital, and then we're leaving for Europe tonight.
Nicole: Have a great time.
Cass: Oh, don't worry about that. I'm really looking forward to seeing some old friends over there, and I have a feeling they'll be happy to see me, too. I can't wait.
Liz: You and Mac make sure and let the office know where you are at all times.
Cass: Gee, I don't know about that, Liz. I intend to be very busy all of the time. Goodbye.
Liz: Aah! Are you ok?
Nurse: Beth, this volunteer duty schedule -- how's Vicky Hudson been lately?
Beth: You're asking the wrong person. She makes me nuts.
Nurse: Well, Katie OíKeefe seems dedicated. Maybe I'll use her. Ok, Vicky Hudson it is.
Beth: What? Why are you changing your mind?
Nurse: Well, Katieís a little irresponsible. I think Vicky will be great.
Beth: But you just said --
Lisaís voice: And remember, Vicky, I have a few abilities you aren't any match for.
John: Jason? Jason!
John: I can't find that report.
Jason: What report?
John: The cost estimate for the crew.
Jason: I didn't know we had such a thing.
John: Well, we're supposed to.
Jason: Well, they don't come out of plain air, do they?
John: No, I know that.
Jason: I didn't do it, you didn't do it. Who's supposed to do it?
John: I asked Chris to draw one up.
Jason: Well, that probably explains it, then. Look.
John: What are you snickering about?
Jason: I just think it's funny, that's all.
John: What is?
Jason: On her first day of work, you ask her to do something like that.
John: That's what I hired her for, and she's got to get used to that sort of thing. When I ask for something, I expect to get it.
Jason: I haven't seen her all day, John.
John: You haven't seen her? She was supposed to have been at the site with you.
Jason: I just left the site. She wasn't out there.
John: She was supposed to have dropped the report off to me first thing this morning, then gone out to meet you at the construction site. Now, where is she? I'll call out there and find out where she is.
Jason: I was just there. She was not in sight.
John: Well, maybe somebody's seen her.
John: Pete? Yeah, this is john Hudson. Is Chris Macaleer out there? She's what? Yeah, hold -- Pete, hold it, hold it. You send somebody over there, and you tell her that if she doesn't get her butt back here to this office in 20 minutes, she's fired, and I mean it! No, just do it! I don't believe this.
Jason: You got trouble?
John: She's at the warehouse.
John: Pete says that she's been loading trucks out there since 6:00 this morning.
Jason: That's kind of interesting.
John: I don't believe this. I don't have to put up with this.
Jason: What are you going to do, jack? You going to ground her?
John: Well, I'm real glad you find this so amusing, Jason.
Jason: I'm sorry. Can I stay around and watch?
John: Shut up. Just shut up.
Ronnie: Can I ask you a personal question?
Ronnie: Do you always keep your lingerie in your locker?
Vicky: Ronnie, a woman should always be prepared.
Ronnie: Oh, ok. I'll try to remember that.
Vicky: I think this habit stems from my childhood, though.
Ronnie: Oh, really?
Vicky: Yeah. I was never in one place for a very long time, so I used to just leave my stuff all over town, and it was quite convenient. You should try it.
Ronnie: Oh, no, I think I have enough stuff as it is.
Ronnie: So where are you off to?
Vicky: Palm Beach.
Ronnie: Oh, that sounds nice.
Vicky: Yeah, it should be.
Ronnie: Who's in Palm Beach?
Vicky: Now, what makes you think that there's a who?
Ronnie: Well, you don't look like the type that's looking, if you know what I mean.
Vicky: Well, actually, there is someone quite special.
Ronnie: Oh, well, I hope you have a great time.
Vicky: Oh, I will.
Ronnie: It should be really hot down there now.
Vicky: I hope to do most of my sightseeing indoors.
Ronnie: Mm-hmm, I bet you do.
Vicky: I was actually lucky to get a plane reservation. The only one available was on Trans-am airlines and coach.
Ronnie: Well, ok, so I guess you have to bite the bullet on that one.
Lisa: Hi, can I have the number for Trans-am airlines?
Lisa: Hi. Can you tell me what time your flight to Palm Beach leaves tonight? Are there any seats left? Nothing? No. No, that's ok. Thank you. I needed to go out tonight.
Mac: Don't forget to send me pictures of Alli.
Rachel: Oh, darling, you won't be gone that long. Babies don't change that much.
Mac: Oh, yes, at her age they change every day. Cass.
Cass: Hello, Rachel.
Cass: Well, I'm ready to go, Mac.
Mac: Are you sure that you can get away from the salon for this long?
Cass: Absolutely. You need me, right?
Mac: Oh, yes, I certainly do.
Rachel: Cass, you take good care of my husband.
Cass: I will. We're going to paint the town red every night.
Rachel: As I said, you leave him alone; make sure he has his rest.
Mac: Rachel, I won't have time for anything but meetings.
Cass: Well, I'm going to have a good time. I am.
Jason: Yeah? Oh -- well, you look fresh as a daisy.
Chris: Pete and Gil told me to get right over here. What's the problem?
John: What's the problem? You're 10 hours late for work, that's the problem.
Chris: What are you talking about? I've been working all day, obviously.
John: You were supposed to have a report ready for me today.
Chris: I did.
John: What do you mean, you did?
Chris: It's in there where you told me to leave it.
Jason: Oh, John, you just probably overlooked it, huh?
John: I also told you to meet Jason at the construction site.
Chris: I went to the site. Jason was late. I waited around. I figured I ought to go over to the warehouse and check things out since the two of you weren't going to get there.
John: When I tell you to do something, Chris, I expect you to do it.
Chris: The way I see it, I went way beyond the call of duty.
John: And the way I see it, you didn't follow orders.
Jason: John, come on, I'd give her just a chance to --
Chris: What is it with you, Hudson?
John: I'm in charge here. You don't make up your own rules.
Chris: I didn't do anything wrong!
John: You disobeyed an order.
Chris: What are you, my drill sergeant? In case you'd like to know, it's a good thing I got down there when I did. The wiring for the electrical system was packed wrong. Now, I -- I sent it back, I fixed up everything, and I probably saved you 40 hours of overtime on 20 men, ok?
John: Just don't make a habit of it.
Chris: I don't believe this!
Jason: John, just go easy. You're liable, if you keep pushing that hard, to make her cry.
Chris: I don't cry. I don't have the time to. If you'll excuse me, I have work to do.
Jason: Talk to you later.
Julie Ann: Amanda --
Amanda: Julie Ann!
Julie Ann: She is gorgeous!
Sam: Well, what did you expect?
Julie Ann: I am so happy for the two of you.
Amanda: I just can't believe she's finally here.
Ada: Well, believe it because she won't let you forget it.
Amanda: I know Sam is going to be a wonderful father. I just hope I can be as good a mommy as you were.
Rachel: Oh, thank you.
Ada: Well, look at the two perfect examples you have to learn from.
Julie Ann: So, how was it?
Julie Ann: Really?
Amanda: It was worth it.
Sam: Don't let her fool you. She loved every minute of it.
Amanda: Don't let him fool you. I saw you turn 15 shades of purple and green and everything else.
Sam: Come on, I was worried about you.
Amanda: I know.
Julie Ann: Well, I hereby offer my services as a babysitter, except if it's on a weeknight -- and if she starts crying, you have to come home.
Amanda: Oh, great.
Rachel: You don't have to worry, Julie Ann. She'll have a nurse.
Amanda and Sam: We will?
Rachel: Well, you need one.
Amanda: Well, Sam and I kind of thought it would be nice if we --
Rachel: Honey, taking care of a baby is a big job.
Sam: Yeah, but we're looking forward to doing this on our own.
Rachel: Everybody should have a nurse who can afford one.
Ada: Rachel Davis Cory --
Ada: Please think back.
Rachel: How far back?
Ada: Way back to your childhood.
Rachel: That far?
Ada: That far. All you had was little old me, and you turned out all right.
Rachel: It was tough.
Ada: See what you have to look forward to?
Liz: It's stopped bleeding.
Nicole: I think so.
Liz; oh, you never should've tried to pick up those broken pieces with your fingers.
Nicole: I liked that vase, too.
Liz: Well, at the very least, you got to work out some of your frustration.
Nicole: I can't believe Cass could just walk out on me.
Liz: Did he?
Nicole: Liz, you saw him.
Liz: Did you ask him not to leave?
Liz: Well, I hate to use a clichť.
Nicole: Oh, go ahead.
Liz: Don't cry over spilled milk.
Liz: Aw, Nicole, darling. I know. I know you and Cass have not been getting along too well.
Nicole: He's the oil, I'm the water.
Liz: True, but you know a relationship has two parts, and there has to be compromise.
Nicole: You've been reading too many women's magazines. You know, I've seen those articles, too.
Liz: Well, I read a very interesting article last week. It suggested role playing with a friend to help solve one's problems with one's mate.
Nicole: Oh, Cass is not my mate.
Liz: Will you just do as I say? It'll be fun!
Nicole: Fun? Oh, sure. I'm really in the mood for fun right now. Oh, ok, ok. Go ahead.
Liz: I'll be you.
Nicole: I have to be Cass?
Liz: Well, you can't be yourself or this won't work.
Nicole: I forgot to take my arrogant pills today. I don't know if I can be Cass enough.
Liz: You start.
Liz: Hi? "Hi," who? "Hi," who? You have to refer to me as "Nicole" to help me create the role.
Nicole: Oh. Hi, Nicole.
Liz: Oh, Nicole, come on. That didn't seem like Cass at all.
Nicole: Where have you been, Nicole?
Liz: I've been out with Drew, Cass.
Nicole: Oh, why do I even bother asking anymore?
Liz: Well, I told Drew that I wasn't ready to be with him. I told him I love Cass Winthrop.
Nicole: How do you know all that?
Liz: I love you, Cass.
Nicole: I love you, Nicole. Oh, Liz! Oh, do you really think he'd listen?
Liz: Of course I do. Oh, I'm getting confused.
Nicole: Oh, I've got to call him.
Liz: Oh, here --
Nicole: Oh, no, wait -- he said he was going to meet Mac.
Liz: Here's the phone number, the limousine phone. Call, use it.
Nicole: Oh, I should have made him listen to me, you know? I should have just gagged him to shut him up. Oh, it's ringing. Oh, hello. Wait, what's the chauffeur's name?
Nicole: Oh, hello, Walters. This is Nicole love. Would it be possible to speak to Mr. Winthrop? He did? He has? Um, well, no, thank you. Bye.
Nicole: He just dropped him off at the terminal. I blew it. I've lost him.
John: Well, who was hurt? Well, how bad was it? You don't know? Listen, I'll be out there as soon as I can.
Jason: What happened?
John: That was Burt. There's been an accident at the site.
Jason: Who was it?
John: I don't know. The guy was just taken away in an ambulance when Burt got there. A bulldozer rolled over.
John: I bet it was her.
Jason: Her what?
John: Macaleer. I bet she had something to do with this.
Jason: Oh, yeah, she's going to knock over a 10-ton cab, right?
John: No, no, no. I mean, it's just like her to try to do something that she wasn't qualified to do just to prove a point to me.
Jason: John, you're jumping to an awful big conclusion.
John: Jason, Iíll never know why I hired that woman. It was you.
John: You were at the accident and someone else got hurt!
Chris: You're insane.
Jason: You don't look real good. Are you all right?
John: Go on, tell us everything that happened.
Chris: I look like this because I've been rolling around in the mud for about an hour.
John: Well, what were you even doing there? You said you were going to go back out to the warehouse and play wonder woman some more.
Chris: I drove by the site and saw the overturned bulldozer.
John: So you weren't there when it happened?
Chris: No. You mean, you're blaming that on me? I don't believe this.
Jason: Well, it's just that John, with the circumstances, thought --
Chris: What circumstances? I'm not a man, so any problem that happens on the site has just got to be because of me, hmm?
John: I didn't know.
Chris: Oh, you got that right, buddy. You know, I'm getting awful tired of you yelling at me all day long.
John: Who -- who was hurt?
Chris: I didn't have time to ask his name.
John: Was it serious?
Chris: It could have been. We managed to get him out of the bulldozer before it rolled again.
Jason: How was the guy?
Chris: Not good.
John: Mac, I'm sorry. Like I said, I didn't know.
Chris: I don't appreciate being accused of things just because you don't like me.
John: I wouldn't have hired you if I didn't like you.
Jason: Pretty exciting day for your first day with Frame Construction, huh?
Chris: Action packed.
John: So, Chris?
John: How did you get so dirty?
Chris: Well, when the dozer rolled, a couple of things happened. The cab landed in the mud, and the door that was exposed was jammed shut. Now, this wouldn't have been a problem except the driver was unconscious and the dozer was right on the edge of a drop-off. I mean, the thing could've rolled again any second.
Chris: Well, we figured that I was the one that could get up on top, and I was small enough to get my hand through this crack in the door and manage with a wire to jimmy the door open. And -- meanwhile, three of the guys had rigged a hoist, and they were able to haul him straight up through the door to safety. Well, it was a dirty job, but --
Jason and john: Somebody had to do it.
Vicky: Bye, Nancy. See you in a few days.
Nancy: Vicky, aren't you working tomorrow and Friday?
Nancy: Wait. Says right here -- "Vicky Hudson."
Vicky: Let me see this. No -- there's got to be some kind of mistake. I checked my schedule a while ago and I wasn't on here.
Nancy: I guess they like you.
Vicky: Well, that's too bad because I've already made reservations and Iíve got to go out tonight, so you'll just have to tell Beth that somebody has to cover my shifts, ok?
Nancy: I can't do that. It's too late.
Vicky: Too bad, sweetheart. See you later.
Lisa: Hi. This is Victoria Hudson. I have to cancel my reservation for tonight's flight to Palm Beach. 24 hours? Well, I guess I'll have to pay for it anyway. Maybe you can sell it again and then you get paid twice. Quite a racket, huh? Thank you. Oh. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10.
Lisa: Hi. Do you happen to have any cancellations on your flight to Palm Beach tonight? You're kidding. Well, this is my lucky day.
Mac: Are you sure about this?
Cass: Yes, of course Iím sure. Why, Mac?
Mac: Well, I don't know. You just seem very distracted. What did Nicole say to you when you told her you were leaving?
Mac: I see.
Cass: Do you?
Mac: Look, Cass, I could perfectly well go alone. I can make contacts with lawyers at any Cory office all over Europe.
Cass: Yes, of course you could, but none of them know the facts like I do.
Mac: No, that's true, but, I mean, if you have things you need to take care of --
Cass: Absolutely not. No, everything here is wrapped up in a nice, little ribbon. I -- Iím not being held back by anything here.
Mac: Well, if you're sure.
Cass: I'm sure.
Mac: Ok, I'll go check on our flight.
Cass: Ok, thanks.
Singer: I see the world so differently this loneliness is not for me Iíve learned that true love never ends take me back again and I'll never leave your side oh, baby, baby you mean much more than this more than just promises
Mac: Cass? Cass? Cass?
Cass: Oh, yes?
Mac: They're going to board right now.
Mac: Yeah. Plane's right on time. Cass? You coming?
John: If you came by to apologize for yelling at your boss, you didn't have to dress up for the occasion.
Chris: Apologize? I'd sooner quit.
John: Is that so?
Chris: Wait a minute, are you serious? You're not, are you?
John: No. I was out of line.
Chris: Yeah, you were.
John: But that doesn't mean that you can do whatever you please.
Chris: I get the picture.
John: I guess I underestimated you.
Chris: Yes, you did.
John: All right, now, don't get too full of yourself. I don't admit that Iím wrong that often.
Chris: That's because you're right all the time.
John: You're learning. You look like you got plans.
Chris: So to speak.
John: What'd you come back here for?
Chris: Well --
Jason: Oh, hi, there. Gee, boy, you -- you clean up right fine.
Chris: Hi, Jason.
John: What are you doing all dressed up like that?
Jason: This is my best jacket.
John: Jason, that's your only jacket.
Chris: Are you ready, Jason?
Jason: Yes, yes.
John: Wait, you're going out with him?
Jason: Thanks a lot, partner.
Chris: Listen, they're not going to hold our reservation if we're late.
John: That's great.
Jason: Say what, Johnny?
John: Uh, I said have a great time.
Chris: See you tomorrow, John.
Jason: Yeah, don't wait up.
John: Oh, don't worry. I won't be here.
Jason: Yeah, you'd probably accomplish a lot more at your own place, wouldn't you?
Jason: Well, have a nice evening. Sweet dreams.
John: Don't be late for work.
Jason: I am always late, John.
John: Well, don't be later.
Jason: I should get so lucky.
Vicky: Victoria Hudson. Is there a problem?
Man: Well, yes, Iím afraid there is.
Vicky: Well, what is it?
Man: Well, according to this, your reservation was canceled about an hour ago.
Vicky: Canceled? Oh, there's got to be some kind of mistake.
Man: Well, it says right here -- "canceled."
Vicky: Well, then, punch up my name and give me my ticket, please.
Man: I'm afraid I can't do that.
Vicky: Why not?
Man: Somebody else has bought your seat.
Vicky: No, you see, I made this reservation all by myself. You didn't have any first class, so I had to take coach --
Vicky: But I put it on my credit card.
Man: Yes. Yes, you did, and it's a nonrefundable ticket.
Vicky: Wait a minute, you guys screw up on my reservation, and you expect me to pay for it? Are you crazy?
Man: Well, you canceled your flight, according to my computer, and you'll have to pay.
Vicky: You punch my name up, you give me my ticket now because I've got things to do tonight, you know what I mean?
Man: I'm sorry, but there's nothing I can do about it.
Vicky: Ok, when is your next flight to Palm Beach?
Man: Oh, tomorrow.
Vicky: Tomorrow is too late.
Man: Well, if you'd like, I could book you on tomorrow's flight --
Vicky: Do you know who I am?
Man: There are plenty of first-class seats available. Uh --
Vicky: Do you know who I am?
Man: Victoria Hudson.
Vicky: Yes. Do you know what that means?
Man: Should I?
Vicky: It means that if I want to get on this flight with a polar bear in my pocketbook, you have to let me on.
Man: If you were the governor of Illinois, I couldn't get you on this flight.
Vicky: You'll lose your job for this.
Man: I doubt that, Miss. I've been threatened with that before by people just like yourself. Now, if you would please just step aside, I have other passengers to check in.
Vicky: You know, you have not seen the last of me. I'll be back.
Man: Good. Sir?
Cass: Mac, Iím sorry Iíve been so out of it. Nicole and I have been having some problems.
Mac: I understand, Cass. You know, this trip may be just what you need.
Cass: Oh, really? How so?
Mac: Well, you know what they say about absence.
Cass: It's not my heart I'm worried about, though.
Mac: No, I'm really serious. Some time apart might give you time to, you know, kind of re-evaluate your relationship.
Cass: You sound like a character out of one of Feliciaís novels.
Mac: Maybe she modeled him on me.
Cass: Yeah, maybe.
Mac: Just, you know, try not to think about it.
Cass: Oh, I'm very good at that.
Guard: Stop boarding that plane! Hold the line!
Mac: What's going on here?
Cass: I don't know.
Guard: Are you Cass Winthrop?
Cass: Well, yes, I am. Hey!
Mac: I'm Mac Cory. He's my attorney. What's going on here?
Guard: I'm afraid you'll have to come with us, sir.
Cass: Would you tell me what's going on here?
Guard: This way, sir.
Cass: Hey, what do you -- what do you think you're doing? Hey!
Sam: She is just perfect, isn't she?
Amanda: Yes, she is.
Sam: I don't care what anybody says. I think she looks like you.
Amanda: I don't know. She has your nose.
Sam: She does?
Sam: Poor kid.
Amanda: She looks so peaceful.
Amanda: Well --
Sam: You know, the nurses said she didn't cry at all.
Sam: Yeah. They said they knew when she wanted to eat when she just woke up out of a quiet sleep and stared at them for 15 minutes.
Sam: Ok, so she cried, and then they brought her in here.
Amanda: As long as it was a healthy cry.
Sam: Yeah, it was.
Amanda: My parents are so excited.
Sam: It's a big deal for them, too.
Amanda: I'm glad that we're finally alone now.
Sam: Yeah. Just the three of us.
Amanda: The three of us. Sounds odd, doesn't it?
Sam: No, I think it's great.
Amanda: I think we should be getting her back to the nursery.
Sam: Ok, don't -- don't move. Don't move a muscle.
Amanda: You don't have to tell me twice.
Sam: Come here, little Alli. Come here.
Amanda: Bye, Alli.
Sam: Come here. Oh, come here, sweetie. Oh -- shh -- daddy's going to let you sleep, ok? Shh. Hi.
Sam: I think she wants to go to sleep now.
Nurse: Ok, that's great.
Nurse: I've got her. Ok, bye.
Sam: Goodbye, sweetheart. Sleep well. Oh, wow. So, you got to be tired, too.
Amanda: Actually, what I am is starving.
Sam: Oh, yeah?
Sam: Well, I kind of figured you would be.
Amanda: It was a rough day for me.
Sam: Yeah. Do you remember that show "queen for a day"?
Amanda: I'm too young.
Sam: Well, you, Amanda Cory Fowler, have been chosen out of thousands of women across the country to win our grand prize dinner!
Amanda: Dinner? Did you say dinner?
Sam: Yes. You're the winner.
Amanda: Well, don't keep me in suspense.
[Knock on door]
Sam: Here it is right now. Yeah, that's it. Voila, Madame.
Sam: Thank you, Vanna.
Amanda: Vanna? You're getting your shows mixed up.
Sam: Yeah. All right.
Sam: Amanda Fowler, happy first day as a mom.
Amanda: Happy first day as a dad.
Vicky: I'm back.
Man: I see.
Vicky: You corrected our problem?
Man: What problem is that, Miss?
Vicky: I am not in the mood for this, Irving.
Irving: If you don't let go of me, I will have to call security.
Vicky: Irving, I'm not an unreasonable person. I have a little proposition for you.
Irving: I'm all ears, Ms. Hudson.
Vicky: This will just be our little secret, see? You punch my name into this little machine of yours, and I give you this. It's a fair exchange.
Irving: I can't help you.
Vicky: All right, Irving, that is it! You don't have a job tomorrow! You might as well not even come in to work, ok?
Irving: Next? Next? Uh -- oh, you're flying. Enjoy your flight.
Vicky: What's the name of your supervisor?
Irving: Mrs. Tobey. You can call her at this number tomorrow after 9:00.
Vicky: Oh, oh, I will. You have not seen the last of me. You're going to be fired.
Lisa: Hi, Irving.
Irving: I guess you overheard all that, huh?
Lisa: I think the whole terminal did.
Irving: Yeah, unbelievable. Your name, please?
Lisa: Lisa Grady.
Irving: Lisa Grady. Oh, boy, are you lucky.
Lisa: Why is that?
Irving: Well, you're the one who got that woman's seat. It's a good thing she didn't see you.
Lisa: It's a good thing.
Cass: Hey! Would you -- would you just please tell me what's going on here?
Cass: Hey, don't wave to me! Just -- hey, wait! Oh, man. I don't know what is going on here. Got this airline ticket, the plane is taxiing down the runway.
Cass: How did you know I was here? Do you have any idea what's going on here?
Cass: Well, what is it?
Nicole: I had to pull a lot of strings.
Nicole: I went to elementary school with the head of security.
Cass: You did this?
Cass: Well, what? Is something wrong?
Nicole: Not anymore.
Cass: Is this what I think it is?
Nicole: I have something to say.
Cass: Well, I'm listening.
Nicole: I love you, Cass. Please don't leave.
Cass: No way. No way.
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