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Another World Transcript Thursday 5/27/04

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Jake: So, the jury's back. I'm glad the time away was good for you. It was rough for me. I got your letter. I was relieved just to hear from you.

Marley: Jake --

Jake: I -- Donna and Vicky were not budged. Believe me, I tried. I -- I couldn't understand the letter, but what I think you were trying to say --

Marley: Jake, forget about the letter. I've -- I've made my decision.

[Vince laughs]

Mary: No, no, no, it was not, Vince.

Maitre d': Good evening, sir.

Vince: We have reservations.

Maitre d': Ok.

Mary: This is wonderful.

Maitre d': This way, sir.

Mary: This is such fun. We haven't done this in the longest time.

Vince: Well, I just thought it was time the family got out for dinner, dressed up a little, cleaned up, had some nice food. Oh, listen, before you sit down, how about taking advantage of the music, maybe a little dancing?

Mary: Oh, ok. Excuse us.

Scott: Ok.

Cheryl: Well, it is nice to have a night off.

Scott: It sure is.

Cheryl: Glad we got Tracy to take over some of the shifts.

Scott: I know, really. Say, that dress looks great on you. You are going to go into debt keeping Nicole in business.

Cheryl: Thank you.

Vince: I'm going to make up for our trip to Florida, you know.

Mary: I hope you realize that I really was sorry we couldn't spend more time together.

Vince: Oh, oh, I'm all over it. Just make sure that tonight is the beginning.

Mary: You got it.

Vince: You know, being back together with you -- well, it's a whole new beginning for the family. I just want everybody to live happily ever after.

Mary: I don't think that's going to be difficult.

Vince: What do you mean?

Cheryl: Well, yeah. I think so.

[Thunder]

Cass: Kathleen. Is that you? Oh, Winthrop. Either you're having a great nightmare, or you're ready for the men in white.

Nicole: Cass?

Cass: No, no. No, wait.

Nicole: Oh, the lights came back on. Cass? Cass? You like?

Cass: Nicole.

[Thunder]

Nicole: Oh, I love the sound of the rain.

Cass: Nicole --

Nicole: Hmm?

Cass: Did you see anything when you came out of the bathroom?

Nicole: Only the reaction on your face.

Cass: Do you know why?

Nicole: Well, I'm hoping it was because of my negligee. That's exactly the reaction I planned when I packed it.

Cass: Ah.

Nicole: Oh, Cass, you've made such a romantic setting. I'm ready for the special evening you planned.

Cass: That is quite a nightie.

Nicole: Nightie? You call this a nightie? I thought you knew more about sleepwear. Ok. What's wrong?

Cass: Wrong?

Nicole: Yeah.

Cass: Nothing's wrong.

Nicole: Well, the atmosphere is just beautiful, but you're not exactly in the mood, are you?

Cass: In the mood for what? Oh, you mean for -- oh, for that. Oh, of course I am. Sure, I'm always in the mood.

Nicole: Give me some credit. You know, I think you've caught a bug.

Cass: No, no, no, no.

Nicole: Cass, it's all right. We'll have the champagne tomorrow. Right now you are going to rest.

Cass: Nicole, I am not sick.

Nicole: Of course you're sick. You were in the rain all afternoon.

Cass: Well, so were you.

Nicole: Well, I have a stronger constitution than you.

Cass: Oh, yeah?

Nicole: Yeah, so lie down and let me take care of you. Two aspirin and a cold compress coming right up.

Cass: Nicole. Hey, Nicole. Kathleen? No, it couldn't be.

Mary: Only if you're over 400,000 light years away.

Vince: Ok, I'll buy it, I'll buy it.

Cheryl: Thanks. I can't wait to see Amanda’s baby. Ada says she's beautiful.

Mary: All babies are beautiful.

Vince: Not true, not true. M.J. Looked like Alfred Hitchcock when she was a baby.

[Cheryl laughs]

Cheryl: Did she really?

Vince: Oh, yeah. Fat cheeks, bald head --

Mary: Stop it. She was gorgeous.

Vince: So was Alfred Hitchcock.

Mary: Would you stop? Would you stop?

Scott: Speaking of M.J., Have you guys heard from her?

Mary: Yeah. Yeah, she called this afternoon.

Vince: Yeah, Adam and she had done an awful lot of talking.

Cheryl: Hmm? Hmm?

Mary: Mm-hmm.

Lisa: Hello.

Maitre d': Hi, how are you this evening?

Lisa: Good, thanks. Oh -- hi. How are you?

Mary: Hi.

Vince: Oh, hi.

Lisa: Mary, I was going to call you in the morning.

Mary: Yes? Why?

Lisa: I've been thinking about what you said about further hypnosis. I think it's a good idea.

Scott: What did you guys come up with last time?

Mary: Nothing that would lead us to Mikey's parents, but I think it's great that you want to try again.

Lisa: It's important.

Mary: Mm-hmm. Call my office in the morning. We'll set a time.

Lisa: Ok, great.

Scott: Lisa, I just want to thank you for doing all this. There's a client of ours that's really interested in making some headway. Good luck.

Lisa: Sure. Well, have a great dinner.

Mary: Thanks.

Vince: Thank you. You, too.

Mary: Bye.

Lisa: Bye-bye.

Cheryl: Bye, Lisa.

[Vince hums]

Mary: I'm sorry, Vince. Vince: About what?

Mary: Interrupting with business.

Vince: Oh, hey, it's no big deal. I -- I understand.

Mary: Thank you.

Scott: Mom, do you ever have trouble bringing work home with you?

Mary: Yes, sometimes, if I'm not careful. I can get really trapped in other people's problems. Actually, that's a fine line in a patient-counselor relationship. We had a fantastic seminar at the conference about that. They were -- I'm sorry! I did it again.

Vince: Look at who's paranoid, huh? Don't worry about it. It's very interesting. What would you rather talk about, the price of beef?

Scott: Why don't we grab a dance before the main course?

Mary: Enjoy yourselves.

Scott: Excuse us.

Mary: I happen to be very interested in the price of beef.

Vince: Do you know what it was today?

Mary: What? Is this going to take long?

Lisa: I'll just have a club soda.

Jamie: No, I'm just by myself.

Maitre d': Ok.

Jake: This is not going to be what I want to hear, is it, Marley?

Marley: Jake, I can't live with you anymore.

Jake: You -- do you call what we've been going through the last couple of months living together? Honey, maybe you just need time to think.

Marley: I don't mean this is a separation, Jake. I know I've taken a long time to make this decision. That wasn't fair to you. But I needed to think it through because I was frightened. Jake, I'm still frightened.

Jake: I'm going to take care of --

Marley: No, I've been taken care of by someone else my entire life! It's time that I take care of myself.

Jake: You're talking about a divorce? You think that's -- you think that a divorce is going to make you more independent?

Marley: I don't know. But I can't go on this way.

Jake: What way? I made a mistake. I cannot possibly apologize more than I already have!

Marley: I don't need you to apologize again!

Jake: Is being married to me that horrible?

Marley: That one mistake made me lose my faith in you. Maybe not as a person, Jake, but as my husband.

Jake: I don't get a second chance with you, do I?

Marley: I need to believe in you.

Jake: Oh, here we go, here we go -- the Marley love code of honor.

Marley: Don't make fun of me.

Jake: That is why I love you. Because you have the values that you have.

Marley: I gave myself to you. I gave you my body and my -- my love. That's what being married means to me, Jake.

Jake: Sticking together and making it work -- that's what marriage means to me. I'm sorry if you thought I was -- I'm sorry if you thought I was making fun of you.

Marley: You were. Not only now, but in our marriage, Jake. You slept with another woman! You were slapping me in the face, laughing at me! I can't live with you if you do that to me!

Jake: This isn't right, Marley. I know it in my heart. This is not good for us.

Marley: Jake, it's good for me.

Jamie: Hi.

Lisa: Hi.

Jamie: What are you doing here?

Lisa: Probably the same thing you are -- having dinner.

Jamie: Oh. Well, how have you been?

Lisa: Been fine, great.

Jamie: Great.

Lisa: And you?

Jamie: Fine, fine. Just fine.

Lisa: Great. How's Alexandra?

Jamie: Terrific. You know, even as small as she is, you can still see Amanda in her face.

Lisa: I've been anxious to see her, but I thought I'd let Sam and Amanda catch their breath.

Jamie: Yeah, well, they've had a rough few months lately.

Lisa: Relationships are hard, but they're getting along well now.

Jamie: You know, Lisa, it's silly for the two of us to be eating alone. Why don't I join you?

Lisa: Oh, I'm not alone. At least, I won't be. I'm waiting for someone.

Jamie: Oh.

Lisa: He should be here any minute.

Michael: Look, I'm obviously interrupting.

Marley: Uh --

Michael: Yeah.

Marley: No, it's -- it's ok.

Michael: Look, I'm going to find something else to do. Where's your mom?

Marley: Upstairs putting Mikey to sleep.

Michael: Fine. Bye.

Jake: Oh. Oh, why do you do that? Why do you always pretend around him like nothing is wrong?

Marley: Jake, he'll find out soon enough.

Donna: Oh, Michael. He's not our child, no matter how much you wish he was.

Mikey: Hey.

Donna: Great, great. We're not asleep, are we? Ok. I know, why don't we try finishing the book this time.

Mikey: Yeah.

Donna: Yeah, right, right. Ok, where were we? Let's see -- here we were. "'Someone has been lying in my bed,' said the middle-sized bear."

Mikey: Bed!

Donna: Yeah, right, bed. Ok, come on. Why don't you turn over here and hold that little bunny and try to go to sleep now. Ok, so -- Mikey, if you go down there, you're not going to hear the end of the story. I'm not going to tell you what happens to goldilocks.

Mikey: Yeah.

Donna: Yeah, right. I mean it. Now you come back to bed right now, young man, or else you won't hear the rest of the story. Mikey, come on. All right, all right, fine. You want to know what happens to goldilocks? The three bears, they eat her. Mikey, please come back to bed. Come back to -- this is it. I've had it!

Michael: We playing toss the bunny?

Donna: Oh, Michael. He has been like this for the last hour.

Michael: A little keyed up? Hey, champ, how are you?

Donna: Right, right. Every time I would get him to sleep, I'd turn around to leave, he'd crawl out of bed, so I just tried to bring him in here.

Michael: Really? Well, haven't had much luck getting to sleep there, have you?

Donna: No, no, and I know he's exhausted, and he's becoming cranky even. Maybe you can try to get him to sleep. I don't know.

Michael: What makes you think I'd have any more luck than you, hmm?

Donna: You know, I don't think this is right that we have to keep trying to do this. I mean, he does have parents out there.

Michael: Donna, Donna, this is our responsibility.

Donna: Well, you know, I'm beginning to resent this. I mean, he does. He has parents out there who should be doing this instead of us.

Michael: We don't know that.

Donna: Oh, come on, Michael. He didn't just materialize. You know, and with our luck, the minute he starts talking and running all over the place, he'll probably forget anything that could even help us find out who his real parents are.

Michael: Donna, would you just stop it! Just -- look, I'm sorry, all right? It's been a long day.

Donna: No, I know. I'm sorry, too. I guess I'm just frustrated. Michael, this is supposed to be a happy time for us. We're supposed to be together, and instead there's all these outside influences.

Michael: I know. Look, I told Mac I'd help him. I have to see this through.

Donna: No, no, no, I'm not talking about the takeover. I'm talking about M-i-k-e-y.

Michael: Well, I'll make more time for all of us, Donna, I promise -- be able to spend some time with both of you.

Mikey: Yeah.

Jake: We work like hell for our marriage! Why do you want to blow it out of the water?

Marley: Jake, lower your voice.

[Thunder]

Cass: Oh, no, no, no. This is ridiculous!

Nicole: Cass.

Cass: I'm not sick, and I am certainly not going to watch this perfectly good bottle of champagne go to waste.

Nicole: You know, this is a remarkable recovery. I knew the aspirin would help.

Cass: It wasn't the aspirin.

Nicole: Oh?

Cass: No. It was that nightie.

Nicole: Negligee.

Cass: Whatever. I am determined to make this a very special night for you. For both of us. No, no, no. You stay there. Please, stay there. Allow me.

Nicole: Thank you.

Cass: You're welcome.

Nicole: Oh, that's nice.

Cass: To Nicole and Cass, my favorite couple.

Nicole: Oh, mine, too. Hear, hear.

Cass: Hear, hear.

Nicole: Mmm, that's good.

Cass: This is even better.

[Nicole screams]

Jake: Enough is enough. Proving to you that I love you shouldn't be like banging my head against a wall. Maybe you're right. Maybe it's best.

Marley: I'm --

Jake: I mean, maybe it's just going to take you longer to realize how I feel than I thought.

Marley: I'm going to California tonight, Jake. I will speak to a lawyer there.

Jake: You already planned this. You're running away again, Marley.

Marley: I'm not running away. If I stayed here, I would be denying my feelings.

Jake: I don't believe this!

Marley: I have no other choice.

Jake: You know, I -- Marley, I am not a carbon copy of Michael Hudson. I am never going to be.

Marley: Yes, I know.

Jake: You're never going to find anybody who's going to live up to daddy in your eyes.

Marley: I don't want a daddy! I want a husband who will love me as much as I love him and not need other women in his life.

Jake: That is not fair, and you know it! Marley, look, you said in your letter -- you changed your mind since you wrote that letter. I'm right. After weeks of indecision, what made you change your mind? What made you dump me?

Marley: I made this decision on my own, by myself.

Jake: It was your mother, wasn't it?

Marley: No!

Jake: It was Donna!

Marley: No!

Jake: She has hated me since the very first day I met you, and now she's turned you against me!

Marley: Leave Donna out of this, Jake!

Jake: Tell me.

Marley: Ow! Jake, let go of me!

Michael: Jake, take your hands off her!

Cheryl: This is our second dance, you know. We keep this up, our meal is going to get cold.

Scott: Well, I don't like my swordfish too hot anyways.

Cheryl: You look very handsome tonight. You are the best-dressed lawyer I know.

Scott: Do you have your contacts in, huh?

Cheryl: Mr. Modest, you're not the only one who can hand out the compliments.

Scott: Hey, I can't help it. Every time I see you, you just get prettier and prettier.

Cheryl: I'm glad we're friends again.

Scott: We were always friends.

Cheryl: I know. Just, it feels like it did back in the beginning.

Scott: It's different. It's easier.

Jamie: I -- I don't want to intrude.

Lisa: I'm having dinner with John Hudson.

Jamie: Oh. Any special reason?

Lisa: We're friends.

Jamie: Well, John's a very nice man.

Lisa: Yeah, he's great. We have a good time. He can actually be pretty funny.

John: Hey. What's up, sports fans?

Cass: Nicole, are you ok?

Nicole: Yeah, I'm fine.

Cass: How did that happen?

Nicole: It's windy, that's how. Cass, why don't you close the windows before the floor gets all wet.

Cass: It's not that windy.

Nicole: Our first summer storm together. I think it's romantic. Let's snuggle up and enjoy it. Cass? Come on back to bed.

Cass: Nicole, do you smell roses?

Nicole: Faintly, I guess. Is that what it is?

Cass: Roses.

Nicole: Hmm. It's from the garden outside.

Cass: No, that's impossible. You can't smell flowers when it's pouring rain.

Nicole: Well, I don't know. Maybe it's an air freshener or something. Who cares? Come on back to bed.

Cass: I could have sworn I smelled roses.

Nicole: Well, maybe it's my perfume. Why don't you check it out?

Cass: You know, sometimes you come up with the best suggestions.

Nicole: Ah. Cass?

Cass: Hmm?

Nicole: Hidden away here -- it's the perfect vacation. Thank you for thinking of it.

Cass: The perfection has just begun.

Nicole: What does that mean?

Cass: Close your eyes.

Nicole: At last, the surprise. I thought maybe you'd postpone it.

Cass: No way. Come on.

Nicole: What is it?

Cass: You'll find out. But you have to keep them closed.

Nicole: Oh.

Cass: Sit down.

Nicole: Ok.

Cass: No peeking.

Nicole: I promise.

John: Come on, doc --

Jamie: No, no, you two have plans. That's ok.

Lisa: It's all right, Jamie. Sit down.

John: Just for a drink. Come on.

Jamie: Ok. Thanks. Excuse me.

John: Well, if you two would really rather, I mean, I can --

Lisa: No!

Jamie: No, no, come on.

Lisa: No, John, this will be fun.

Jamie: Please stay.

John: You're sure?

Lisa: Mm-hmm.

John: Positive?

Jamie: Of course we are. You know, I can't believe that it's the end of June already.

John: Boy, time flies, doesn't it?

Jamie: Yeah.

Lisa: Sure does.

John: I can't even remember what I was doing last summer, the --

Jamie: Yeah. Wasn't that about the time you got your apartment?

Lisa: Just about.

Jamie: Uh-huh. Yeah. Wow.

John: Listen, are you sure that I --

Jamie: John, come on, please stay. So, john, have you -- how do you like my aunt and my cousin?

John: They're real nice, real nice. Boy, that Sharlene, she's a real no-nonsense type, isn't she?

Jamie: Yeah, she sure is.

John: It's hard to believe that she and Jason are brother and sister.

Lisa: I think she's sweet. She offered to teach me how to cook.

Jamie: Oh, she is brave. Remember that time -- that catered meal you tried to pass off as your own? I think it was lasagna, wasn't it? It was lasagna, that's right. You know, I never understood why we didn't get you a remedial class in cooking.

Lisa: You know, I don't recall you cooking anything more complicated than a tuna fish sandwich.

Jamie: I can't believe you forgot -- what about that gourmet meal I prepared for you? How could you forget that?

Lisa: Oh, yes, right.

John: Are you two sure that you don't want to be alone? I mean --

Lisa: John --

Jamie: Please, John. Stick around.

Lisa: You know, I'll never forget the first time that your parents came over for dinner. I was petrified.

Jamie: The first time? The only time.

John: Well, enough said. I'm out of here.

Jamie: John --

Lisa: Thank you, John.

Jamie: Thanks, John.

John: No sweat.

Michael: Why don't you tell me what's going on here.

Marley: It's ok, Michael, really.

Donna: Marley --

Marley: It's ok.

Michael: You can leave, Jake.

Jake: I'm not done yet.

Michael: Yes, you are done.

Donna: Michael -- Michael, would you take Marley upstairs? I think I would like to talk to Jake alone.

Jake: Yeah, why don't you do that, Marley? I'd love to have a chance to chat with mother-in-law.

Marley: Jake, please don't --

Michael: Marley, come with me. Now.

Donna: Thank you.

Donna: I think you should explain to me why you were manhandling my daughter.

Jake: Oh, give me a break. I don't owe you an explanation, Donna.

Donna: This is my home, and you shouldn't treat her like that.

Jake: So now you're going to start playing noble guardian?

Donna: Jake, why is it that you always cause me to take a stand with you?

Jake: The only way that you would approve of me, Donna, is if I was an Ivy League crown prince.

Donna: You know, for your information, I defended you in the beginning. I was the one that told Marley to have patience, to really work on your relationship.

Jake: That is your fault. She is up there because of you!

Donna: Oh, no. Oh, no, you managed this one all by yourself. What do you think? I didn't hire all those women so you could bed them down.

Jake: I made one mistake back in California.

Donna: Look, I saw what was going on at that nightclub the other night.

Jake: Oh, what you saw was innocent. Nothing happened.

Donna: Oh, right. Oh, right. A girl was obviously throwing herself all over you at the bar. You bought her a drink. I didn't need to stick around to find out what was going to happen next. Jake, I know your track record.

Jake: You never gave me a chance, Donna.

Donna: Well, you didn't deserve it. And you know what, you still don’t. Because I do -- I know you so well. I mean, I can -- I can really see through that rebel-without-a-cause image because I know what you are. You are just a user.

Jake: Yeah. You can believe whatever you want, Donna, because I'm not going to be able to convince you.

Donna: That's right. That's right because you will never fool me.

Jake: I'm only sorry that you have so much control over Marley.

Donna: Oh, please, Marley can make her own decisions when she is presented with all the facts. And now that she has finally seen what I have seen all along, you can just get lost.

Jake: Sorry, lady. I'm a fact of life. I'm not going anywhere.

Donna: You hear my warning -- you stay away from Marley. You stay away from both of my daughters.

Nicole: Can I open my eyes now?

Cass: No, no, keep them closed very tightly.

Nicole: If I keep them closed much longer, I'm going to fall asleep.

Cass: That's all right, Nicole. That would be fine. I'll wake you up when I'm ready.

Nicole: Cass --

Cass: What? Oh, I'm kidding. I was only kidding.

Nicole: What are you doing?

Cass: Uh, nothing really. Just keep your eyes closed. I'll be just a couple more seconds.

Nicole: Cass, what's going on?

Cass: Are your eyes closed, huh?

Nicole: Yes, they're closed.

Cass: Ok.

Nicole: Cass!

Cass: Ready? Ready?

Nicole: I'm ready.

Cass: Are they closed?

Nicole: Yes.

Cass: Get set.

Nicole: I'm set.

Nicole: That's it? You had me close my eyes for a kiss? I always do that.

Cass: Well, that wasn't just any kiss, you know.

Nicole: Oh?

Cass: No, no, no, that was a -- that was a famous Winthrop kiss of luck, so now you'll always have sweet dreams, guaranteed.

Nicole: Well, maybe we should get to work on those dreams. Cass, are you sure you're all right? Maybe you need some more aspirin.

Cass: I'm beyond aspirin.

Nicole: Cass, what is with you?

Cass: I honestly don't know.

Nicole: Well, I think we should just call it a night, then.

Cass: Maybe that's not such a bad idea. I mean, tomorrow's going to be a big day.

Nicole: What have you got planned for tomorrow? A hug?

[Cass laughs]

Cass: No, no. Well, I mean, yes, of course. But, no -- if it stops raining, we could maybe go horseback riding. That would be nice. Or play some tennis. You like that.

Nicole: Yeah, that sounds great.

Cass: So --

Nicole: So, I guess -- I guess we better get some rest, then, huh?

Cass: Ok. I'll see you in the morning?

Nicole: Good night, Cass.

Cass: Good night, Nicole.

Cheryl: What a night, huh?

Scott: Yeah, sure is.

Cheryl: Looks like it's not going to rain after all. What?

Scott: I don't know. I just feel like we're about the only two people in the world right now.

Scott: I'm sorry, Cheryl. I shouldn't have done that.

Cheryl: Scott, there's nothing to be sorry for.

Scott: No, I'm stupid! I saw it coming. I shouldn't have done it.

Cheryl: Please, would you stop apologizing? Scott, it was just a kiss.

Scott: I love Dawn. I still have feelings for her, and I can't deny that. I can't betray those.

Cheryl: Scott, you didn't do anything wrong. Dawn isn't here anymore.

Scott: Just because she's not here doesn't make it right. She's everywhere with me. She's always with me.

Cheryl: I know, but I know that Dawn would never want you to feel guilty for what you're feeling. She wasn't that kind of person.

Scott: I'm just not sure I should have these feelings again. The last time I had them, it just hurt too much.

Cheryl: Yeah, but when things were good, they were pretty fantastic, weren't they? I know that dawn wants you to remember those times and not the loss.

Scott: She was just such a good person. I just want to live up to that, to her.

Cheryl: You do, Scott. You know, what made her so good was the fact that she loved you so unselfishly. She wanted you to go on. She wanted you to be happy. Scott, she wanted that for both of us. Come here. Give me a hug.

Jake: So this is supposed to make me back down -- the wrath of Donna Love Hudson.

Donna: You'd better believe it.

Michael: Marley has a plane to catch.

Jake: Marley, I'm not just going to sit here while you walk out.

Michael: Fine, then don't, Jake. You know where the door is.

Marley: Michael, please.

Jake: You have a wonderful life, Mrs. McKinnon.

Donna: Sweetheart -- sweetheart --

Marley: I'm ok. I'll be ok.

Donna: I know. I know you're ok. You're just fine, just fine.

Michael: I put Marley in touch with a lawyer in Sacramento. He'll take care of what needs to be taken care of.

Donna: Well, I really wish you'd stay here.

Marley: No. I got to get back to my job. My leave of absence is almost over.

Michael: You know, if you want, I'll give you a job here in Bay City.

Marley: Well, thank you, but Jake has decided to stay here, and I would rather not be near him until the divorce is final.

Donna: I hate this. I hate that you have to go away. Michael, isn't there anything we can do? Can't we get Jake to go away?

Marley: Donna, it's my decision.

Donna: I just -- I just hate to say goodbye. I don't know, maybe I'm just being a selfish mom.

Marley: No, no. You are a wonderful mother.

Michael: What we'll do, though, is we'll come and visit real soon.

Marley: Going to check up on me?

Michael: Absolutely.

Marley: I would love it if you would.

Michael: Great.

Marley: Oh, I love you. Please tell Victoria that I said goodbye and to give me a call, ok?

Michael: I will. She hates goodbyes, too, but she's going to miss you.

Donna: Listen, honey, I'll go to the airport with you.

Marley: No, thank you. I don't think I could take any more goodbyes.

Donna: All right. Ok. Come here, give me another hug. I'm going to miss you. I love you. Well, go on. Take your things. Go.

Marley: Ok. Bye.

Jamie: I hope John doesn't mind.

Lisa: I think he understands. He knows we're trying to work things out. Have you seen Vicky?

Jamie: Yes. Yes, I have.

Lisa: I know it's important for you to make the right decision. I want you to be sure of what you're doing.

Jamie: I appreciate that.

Lisa: I guess there's no real delicate way to put this.

Jamie: What? You can say anything to me.

Lisa: Have you been sleeping with her? I'm sorry. Never mind.

Jamie: No, it's ok.

Lisa: No, it's none of my business. And I don't really want to know anyway. What's important is I believe in us. Vicky can't interfere with that anymore.

Jamie: I like your optimism.

Lisa: It's realism. We're stronger than that, Jamie.

Jamie: You're right.

Mary: You're quite a dancer.

Vince: Well, thank you. My old lady taught me everything I know.

Mary: Yes, she did.

Vince: I figure about two more dances and you'll be ready for dessert.

Mary: Oh, no. I couldn't possibly.

Vince: I'm not talking about cake and ice cream.

Mary: In that case, how about a tango?

Vince: Doesn't get any better than this.

Mary: I don't think it does. Wasn't it sweet how happy Scott and Cheryl looked when they came in from the terrace?

Vince: Yeah. Must be something in the air.

Mary: It's nice, huh? No problems.

Vince: Oh, yes it is. Yes it is.

Mary: Oh, look who's here. It's Jake. He made it.

Vince: Ah! All right, better late than never. It's all right.

Jake: Hey, Vince.

Mary: Hi. Where's Marley? I thought you'd be --

Vince: Did something happen?

Jake: Yeah. Look, Marley left me, so I was wondering if I could stay at your place for a while.

Michael: Donna?

Donna: Oh. It's -- it's supposed to rain tonight. I hope that doesn't cause problems for Marley’s flight. Michael, I miss her already. I really wish she didn't have to go.

Michael: Donna, she's grown up now. She's got to make the decisions that are best for her.

Donna: I know. I know. I guess I just feel such a loss.

Michael: Well, you have a lot here to be grateful for.

Donna: Yeah. Maybe it's just that I feel like I'm not needed anymore.

Michael: Hey! Donna, you are so needed by all of us. Hey. What I'm going to do is I'm going to go make this phone call I have to make, and I'm going to come back and put that one to bed, and then I'm going to take you to bed. And who knows -- maybe tomorrow things will look a little brighter.

Donna: Ok.

Michael: Ok.

Donna: Oh, Mikey.

[Thunder]

Cass: Come back. No, come back. Kathleen --

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