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Another World Transcript Thursday 6/3/04
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Proofread by Daniel
Cass: "Father" --
Cass: Oh, boy.
Cass: Oh, no! Wait a second, what's this? Hey. Hey! Whoa! Ho-ho-ho! Nora, if that was you, that wasn't very funny!
Cass: It's her letter.
Nicole: Cass! Cass, what happened?
Cass: Nicole, this letter! This is Noraís letter!
Jamie: The place looks great.
Lisa: Yeah. I got into a cleaning frenzy --
Lisa: Just in time for company.
Jamie: Oh, I hope you don't mind my dropping by. I would've called first, but --
Lisa: No! I don't mind at all. I'm glad to see you.
Jamie: I'm glad to see you, too. Lisa, I've had enough of this decision-making time. I know who I want to be with.
Singer: You're the only one to make me tremble
Singer: One to show me how to love
Vicky: We can't do this again, Jake.
Jake: Vicky --
Vicky: I'm serious! We've both got way too much going on in our lives to get sidetracked like this.
Vicky: I love you, Jake. It -- you're like a brother to me.
Jake: "A brother," "sidetracked"? Vicky, believe me, I don't think about you like a sister.
Vicky: You know what I mean. You're always there for me.
Jake: And I still am.
Vicky: Yeah. You really helped me through this last crisis. I really appreciate it.
Jake: Oh, gee, thanks. I'm glad I could be such a chump. I mean, why don't you drop me a Christmas card or something?
Vicky: Come on, Jake.
Jake: Look, I -- I know what you're trying to say. You're not even trying to be subtle about it, but believe me, we are not brother and sister.
Vicky: I know.
Jake: And we're not just friends, Vicky. We're a hell of a lot more than that and you know it.
Singer: What should we do?
Matt: Susie, I didn't think the Strathmoreís would be into the party phone.
Susie: Well, why not? We can afford to talk on the line as long as we want. We haven't danced since Amandaís coming-out party last summer. Maybe later?
Matt: Sure. You're the one who first inspired me to learn to dance.
Susie: Hmm. Now, that sounds like you're in search of a new dance partner.
Matt: Well, I'm curious to meet this one girl who calls herself Riviera.
Susie: Oh, yeah, I've talked to her on the line, too. Look for someone with loads of money. From what she said, it sounds like her mom has more bucks than my folks have.
Matt: Yeah. Well, I've got to find her.
Tracy: Who is that girl with Matt?
Kevin: Hmm -- Susie somebody. She's just an old friend.
Tracy: Yeah, just a friend -- right.
Kevin: Trace, that's the way these rich families work. The kids know each other from the time they're in their little monogrammed diapers. I just wish Matt had picked his own code name. Having two Captain Cools is just a pain in the neck.
Tracy: Well, Kevin, if you hadn't been so shy, you could've gotten on the party phone yourself.
Kevin: Well, I'd make up for lost time if I could figure out who this girl is that calls herself Madonna. I was kind of hoping it would be Josie Watts. I really like her.
Susie: Well, good luck, Matthew. And don't forget to save me a dance. I have a few new dance steps Iíd like to teach you.
Matt: Hey, you've got it there. Ok, I'll see you later.
Susie: Ok, see you.
Singer: When I need you to love me for me all so confusing since
Matt: Hello again, Josie.
Josie: Hi. Are you having a good time?
Matt: Yeah. Well, I'd be having a better time if the girl Iím waiting for shows up.
Josie: Has anyone come up with any information on that little boy?
Matt: Oh, one guy thought he had a lead, but the kid didn't match Mikey's description.
Josie: Oh, that's too bad. I feel so sorry for him.
Matt: Yeah. Well, he's in a good foster home, though -- you know, the Hudsonís.
Josie: Yeah, I've met Mr. Hudson. He seems nice.
Matt: Sounds like you have a "but --"
Josie: Well, I just think that rich people do things sometimes like adopt a kid to make them feel less guilty about having so much money.
Matt: There's nothing wrong with having money.
Josie: You're telling me. I wish I could find some rich person to adopt me.
Josie: I -- I didn't mean that.
Kevin: So, did you see anybody you like?
Tracy: Nope. Nobody new.
Josie: Well, it's a -- it's a nice party anyway.
Matt: Yeah, the mill's great, isn't it?
Josie: You know, it kind of reminds me of the barn back home. At least here, we don't have to watch where we step.
Sharlene: Oh, Josie, why do you do this to me? You make me into the villain, and all I want to do is protect you. No. I told you not to go to that party. I am going to bring you home if I have to drag you.
Nicole: A letter from Nora? What did she do, have Casper deliver it for her?
Cass: I found it when the railing broke away.
Nicole: And you think it's a letter from the woman who used to live here? Cass, a piece of paper is not going to hold up outdoors for 50 years.
Cass: 60 years. It's dated July 11, 1928.
Nicole: That thing is filthy.
Cass: Don't you find this the least bit interesting?
Nicole: Well, kind of, but I'm not obsessed with it. Cass, you've got to get a grip.
Cass: There's even a time here -- 2:00 am. Do you realize what that means -- 2:00 am?
Nicole: Nora was an insomniac?
Cass: Nicole, the first night we spent here, my watch stopped after 2:00 am. It was like 2:17, remember?
Cass: Don't you find that kind of strange?
Nicole: I find you kind of strange.
Cass: Would you please stop being a comedian and help me decipher this?
Nicole: "Dear father" --
Cass: Oh, good. Oh, you're a big help. Thank you. "Dear father, it is with sadness of heart I write this letter to you. I cannot continue to deceive my family nor myself when it comes to my emotions."
Nicole: Cass, this sounds like you're reading it from someone's diary.
Cass: Yeah. "I know how strongly you despise Max. You think he is a scoundrel, a rogue, but he is the man I love. I know him to be an honorable person, gentle and loving. You think by locking me away in my room you can keep us apart." He's locking his daughter in her room? "No doors or locks can keep me from Max. He is my husband. We married secretly last week."
Nicole: Oh, this poor girl.
Cass: "As much as I would like to remain an obedient daughter, I must be with the man to whom I have pledged my life. I leave this page as I prepare to escape from this room, my prison."
Nicole: She must have somehow climbed down from the terrace.
Cass: The terrace.
Nicole: "I pray that someday you will come to accept Max and my love for him. I love you, father. Nora." I know how she felt. Her father sounds like Reginald. Well, at least she got to be with the man she loved -- Max.
Cass: Did she, though? This doesn't mesh at all with the account that we read in that book. No, this said that she spent the rest of her life living in India.
Nicole: Well, maybe she went there with Max, or maybe her father caught her and sent her there.
Cass: No, there would've had to be some mention of this guy Max.
Nicole: You're getting that look again. It's a discrepancy that does not mean anything. Now that we've solved the mystery of the brooch, can we just put all these books away and get back to Bay City?
Cass: There's still something we don't know.
Nicole: Oh, Cass, come on! Enough is enough!
Lisa: Jamie, I wanted you to figure out your feelings because I have to get on with my life, too.
Vicky: I'm moving forward, Jake. I'm not going to let what happened with Jamie stop me from that. It would be stupid to ignore it or not to learn from it, though.
Jamie: I've learned a lot in the past few months, but it all hit home yesterday.
Lisa: Vicky took advantage of you. She saw a weakness and she used it.
Vicky: You know, Jamie doesn't realize how great he had it with me.
Jake: Then he's a fool.
Vicky: No, I'm the fool -- for caring enough to pull that stupid stunt that ended it all.
Jamie: She lied to me about something far too special.
Jamie: She said that she was pregnant and that I was the father.
Vicky: I wanted it to be true, Jake. I really wanted it.
Jake: Marley and myself talked about kids. We just weren't ready.
Vicky: I was.
Jake: You're not ready to have a kid now, Vicky.
Vicky: I thought I was. I thought I needed someone to love me.
Jamie: Vicky needs too much
Vicky: But I don't need that anymore, never again.
Lisa: I can't believe she'd do that.
Jamie: Well, she really had me believing it, and she knew I wouldn't let her down.
Lisa: She knows you well.
Jake: I know you too well to believe that you don't need anyone to love you.
Vicky: I don't, Jake. You know, love is just an excuse to get someone to take care of you, and I can take care of myself.
Jake: Yeah, you can. But you don't need to be alone to do that. I can be there with you.
Lisa: The sad thing is Vicky is always setting herself up to be alone.
Jamie: I don't know. I really let her have it. Hopefully, she -- she heard what I said.
Lisa: What was that?
Jamie: That you can't manipulate somebody into caring for you.
Vicky: No, Jake. I can't do that to you. I care about you too much.
Jamie: I care about you too much to pretend that I -- I wouldn't have done the right thing if Vicky had gotten pregnant.
Vicky: I am tired of men who can't make their own decisions.
Jamie: But now that I know what she's all about, I'm going to get her out of my life.
Vicky: I want men like that out of my life. They confuse me and hurt me, and I'm never going to be hurt again.
Lisa: You both would've been hurt by what she had planned. If she loved you, she never would've tried to hurt you like that.
Jamie: Yeah, I know that now. She never loved me. She was only afraid that she wouldn't have me.
Vicky: I'm going to stand on my own two feet now.
Jake: That doesn't mean you can't have someone standing next to you.
Lisa: And what are you afraid of?
Jamie: I'm afraid I may have asked too much of you by asking you to let me have time with Vicky. I love you, Lisa. I've always loved you.
Jake: I'm afraid you're messing yourself up feeling all this hurt. Vicky, I know what you're going through. I'm going through it, too.
Vicky: You still love Marley.
Jake: And you still love Jamie. They're not like us. They are not what we need.
Vicky: Jake, I --
Jake: He shouldn't have hurt you the way he did. And you shouldn't have tried to be what you thought he wanted you to be. Oh, honey, Vic, we can be ourselves with each other.
Singer: Miles around Iíll pick you up in my car and we'll paint the town just kiss me, baby and tell me twice that you're the one for me the way you make me feel
Singers: The way you make me feel
Singer: You really turn me on
Singers: You really turn me on
Singer: You knock me off of my feet
Singers: You knock me off of my feet
Singer: My lonely days
Matt: Hey, what gives?
Singer: Are gone
Singers: My lonely days are gone
Josie: Oh, no.
Kevin: Josie, are you ok?
Josie: I don't believe this.
Matt: Who the heck is that?
Josie: It's my mother.
Nicole: Oh. Your personal involvement with Nora has got to stop.
Cass: Oh, how sweet -- you're jealous.
Nicole: How could I be jealous of a dead woman? Cass, I am frustrated. This was supposed to be a romantic getaway for the two of us.
Cass: And you don't find this little mystery romantic?
Nicole: No, because I think this is more than just a little mystery. I think it's a diversion. Everything was going wonderfully until we finally got here together in this room alone -- close together -- and then, bang, Cass, you got scared off.
Cass: "Scared off"?
Nicole: Cass, don't be mad! Just try and listen. This is important. I think that you're afraid to let yourself get any closer to me.
Cass: That's crazy and you know it!
Nicole: No, because the second that things started heating up, you panicked and this whole Nora business has been a dandy excuse for you to avoid me.
Cass: It's not an excuse, Nora! I am not avoiding you! What? What's the matter with you?
Nicole: You called me Nora.
Cass: I did not.
Nicole: You did so. First, you talk to Kathleen in your sleep, and now you call me Nora.
Cass: I did not! Did I?
Nicole: You said, "Nora, Iím not avoiding you." Huh! Did you hear that, Nora? Now, aren't you happy to know that he's not avoiding you? Oh! Well, maybe if I get real lucky, the ghost of Max will come flying in and pay some attention to me!
Cass: You know how we -- how we can -- we can resolve this if we find out the real story of what happened to Nora.
Nicole: Oh, Cass, I'm sorry. I just don't care about Nora. I care about you and me.
Cass: Well, we'll work on this together. Come on, we're a good team. We can find out the truth and then we can put it to rest. It'll make a neat story for our grandchildren. Come on, what do you say?
Nicole: You really think you can put this to rest?
Cass: Uh-huh. Mm-hmm.
Nicole: Well --
Nicole: Ok. But please keep it in perspective. Nora doesn't exist anymore. I do.
Cass: Ok. I know. I just want to go out here one more time and see if there's anything -- no, just for a minute. There might be some -- we might have missed something. Hey! Hey, you!
Nicole: Cass, what is it?
Cass: There's a guy in the garden under the terrace digging around down there.
Nicole: He's probably the gardener.
Cass: Nobody gardens in the middle of the night, Nicole. That guy is up to no good.
Sharlene: All right, let's go.
Josie: Mom, I --
Sharlene: Don't start with me, girl. You had me scared to death.
Josie: I'm sorry. I didn't --
Sharlene: "Sorry" doesn't cut it this time. You deliberated defied me.
Josie: Please, mom, not so loud.
Sharlene: You were to stay home tonight and you looked me in the eye and you lied to me.
Josie: I didn't think it was such a big deal. I just --
Sharlene: Well, it is a big deal. Now, we are going back to the farm now.
Kevin: It's -- it's not like we're having a wild party or anything. We just got together from the party phone.
Sharlene: That's another thing -- I thought we put an end to that.
Kevin: Look, we're just trying to get information on a missing kid, that's all.
Sharlene: You save the excuses for your parents, thank you. Let's go.
Sharlene: How big a deal do you want to make of this, Josie? Now.
Josie: Oh --
Man: Y'all come back now, ya hear?
Susie: That poor girl -- she'll never be able to show her face around here again. Don't let it get you down, captain.
Tracy: Hey, where's the music? Come on, you guys, let's party, huh? Whoo!
Jamie: Oh, Lisa, it is so right with you. I can't believe I ever doubted that.
Lisa: I never stopped believing that we love each other.
Jamie: It's going to work this time forever.
Lisa: Jamie? I'm glad that everything has come together for you now, but --
Jamie: But what? Vicky's gone. There's no one standing in our way.
Lisa: Yes, there is.
Man: First there's no rain, then there's too much rain. Now all these beds are shot to heck. Whatever happened to moderation? I'm just going to have to do them all over again.
Cass: Excuse us.
Man: Hey, there!
Man: Watch where you put those big, ugly feet of yours. You're stepping on my roses.
Cass: What roses? I don't see any roses.
Man: Of course you don't see no roses. You're not likely to if people keep traipsing all over my soil. There's one dang spot in this garden I can grow roses in!
Nicole: Cass, just move your feet.
Man: Hey, you're the fellow from the antique shop. What you doing here?
Cass: Well, we're staying here, up there.
Man: Ah. Isn't that nice. What, in her room?
Cass: Nicole, it's the old guy who sold us the locket.
Nicole: Yeah, I know. I recognize him.
Cass: And he told me Noraís name.
Nicole: Well, maybe he can tell us his.
Cass: I'm sorry, sir. I forgot your name.
Man: Forgetting's the fun part. It's getting up and down the steps that's hard.
Cass: No, I -- what I meant was that --
Man: Of course, the dental work and the loss of hair -- that ain't no bed of roses. Hey, watch those feet!
Cass: I'm sorry, Iím sorry! My name is Cass and this is Nicole.
Man: Yeah, you told me. My name's Nelson. I like to putter around here in the garden once in a while.
Cass: When you're not working at the antique shop?
Nelson: Ah, that niece of mine can drive me pretty batty.
Cass: Beautiful place, Haverhill manor.
Nelson: Yeah. Always has been.
Cass: Uh-huh. Do you -- do you know much about the history of the inn?
Nicole: Cass, maybe Nelson doesn't want to be bothered with all your questions.
Cass: Are you kidding? Old guys love to talk.
Nelson: Luckily there ain't nothing wrong with my hearing. What's on your mind, son?
Cass: What is it?
Nelson: Nothing. Ah -- you just look different from when I saw you in the shop.
Nicole: Well, he -- he's had a rough couple of days. He's probably aged.
Nelson: Yeah, back to your questions. I ain't got all night.
Cass: Well, I'm somewhat of a historian and Iím particularly interested in pre-depression years.
Nelson: Bull feathers! You want to know more about Nora. Chris --
Nelson: I told you all about Nora. You're starting to lose it, too?
Cass: Well, all you told me was that she was a beautiful woman with red hair who fell in love with a con man --
Nelson: That all happened a long time ago. Might as well let it all rest. The last thing Nora would want is some out-of-towner stirring up a lot of old dirt.
Cass: Well, I'm very, very interested.
Nelson: Yeah, I'll bet you are. Most men don't pass by Nora without noticing her.
Nicole: Cass, why don't we just go? This is all too weird.
Cass: No. Nelson, there's something you're not telling us.
Nelson: I'm telling you to wear the brooch in good health and enjoy the rest of your stay. May I suggest horseshoes?
Cass: Look, if you're not going to give us any more information, could you at least tell us where we can find it? Is there somebody who will?
Nelson: There ain't anybody else still alive who remembers Nora. Well -- maybe one person.
Nelson: Won't do you no good.
Cass: Let me be the judge of that. Who is it?
Nelson: You won't get through to her.
Cass: Her? I can get through to any her!
Nelson: You think so? Her name's Teresa. She used to work in the house here when she was a young girl -- a chambermaid.
Cass: Where do I find this Teresa?
Nelson: You won't get anywhere with her. But if you want to try Ė
Sharlene: I know that must have been embarrassing and Iím sorry.
Josie: "Embarrassing"? That was the most humiliating thing you've ever done to me.
Sharlene: Well, it was pretty humiliating for me, too, you know.
Josie: You didn't have to do it!
Sharlene: Yes, I did! Now, when we get home, I want you to go straight to your room.
Josie: The farm is not my home!
Sharlene: Don't you yell at me, Josie! If anybody should be angry, it's me!
Josie: Why do you have to treat me like Iím a baby? I can make my own decisions.
Sharlene: Well, you made a pretty unwise one tonight.
Josie: Why? Because I wanted to have some fun for a change?
Sharlene: Oh, stop it, Josie! You are not some sort of little Rapunzel who's locked up in some tower!
Josie: No, no -- I'm Josie Watts who has to go to her room when she gets home. I'm Josie Watts whose mother won't let her have any friends.
Sharlene: You are Josie Watts who lied to her mother! You told me you were going to go pick up some milk at the store, but you lied to me. You out-and-out lied!
Josie: I'm sorry for that. I'm sorry I feel I have to lie.
Sharlene: Oh, you don't have to.
Josie: I asked you if I could go to the party and you said no.
Sharlene: That's right.
Sharlene: Because -- we've been through this! We don't know those people!
Josie: Well, how are we supposed to get to know them?
Sharlene: Invite them over.
Josie: To the farm?
Sharlene: There's nothing wrong with the farm. There is absolutely -- and we won't be there for long. I have plans for you, and I am going to make sure they come true.
Josie: What about my dreams?
Sharlene: Your dreams, baby, are little girl dreams.
Josie: You are so wrong.
Sharlene: Oh. Until you are capable of taking care of yourself, I have to look after you, help you grow up, learn to be an adult, protect you.
Josie: Mama, you've got to let me grow up!
Sharlene: How did you get over to the mill, hmm? And don't tell me you walked. Don't tell me that because I know it's too far and I know you probably would've gotten lost. Answer me, Josie.
Josie: I just tagged alone in John's truck.
Sharlene: John Hudson? I don't believe this. John -- this is exactly what Iím talking about. You don't know what you're doing!
Josie: Mama, I have done nothing, nothing for you to be ashamed of or me! Nothing! What is it you are so afraid Iím going to end up doing?
Susie: Good night, Matthew. I'll see you at the horse show?
Matt: Yeah, I guess so. You're looking good, Susie.
Susie: Thanks. So it's a date for next week?
Man: Yeah, but I'll call you at home this time.
Kevin: Well, at least it worked out for some people.
Matt: Yeah. Some people really lucked out.
Tracy: Will you guys, like, snap out of it, huh? It was a great party and we got all the flyers about Mikey passed out. It was perfect.
Kevin: Well, I'm going to go drown my sorrows in salsa and chips.
Tracy: You look beat, Matt.
Matt: Well, there was one person I was dying to meet, but we never hooked up. I don't -- Iím not even sure if she was here.
Tracy: Well, Matt, maybe it just wasn't meant to be, huh? I mean, besides, why look for someone else when you've got miss nearly perfect of 1988 right here? Let's go on a walk, huh?
Matt: Uh, Tracy --
Tracy: Come on. We have a date, remember? Besides, I got to walk off all this food.
Matt: Now, I could be totally wrong, but I think that's the North Star right there.
Tracy: No, no, no. That is.
Oh. And right now, Winston seems as far away as that star.
Matt: Might as well be, right?
Tracy: You know that -- that whole thing with Tad, when he -- when he attacked me --
Matt: Look, why don't you put that out of your mind? It's over.
Tracy: Matt, I can't put it out of my mind. And I can't forget how you came through for me, protected me, even though your silence got you in trouble with your family. You know, I don't know what I would've done with you -- without you these last couple of months.
Matt: That's what friends are for.
Tracy: You mean a whole lot more to me than just a friend.
Matt: Well, me, you, and Kev, we're three amigos, the three stooges --
Tracy: Um -- Kevin? Kevin has nothing to do with the way I feel about you.
Vicky: I'm not going to do this, Jake.
Vicky: I'm going to take control of my own life. Jamie was the last hurt.
Jake: So you're going to cut yourself off from other relationships? Sometimes, Vicky, when you try to fight the bad feelings, you end up killing the good ones, too.
Vicky: What makes you think that I want or even need a man in my life to make me feel good?
Jake: I'm not talking about some man, Vicky. I am talking about me.
Vicky: Well, you're hardly in the position to just jump right into a new relationship.
Jake: I need a woman in my life, Vicky. I need you.
Vicky: The first part of that statement, I understand. Second part --
Jake: You think I'm a screw-up, don't you?
Vicky: Jake, I don't hold anything against you. I don't even hold the problems you had with Marley against you. Hey, it's no secret that I never thought the two of you should be together.
Jake: It should've been you and me.
Vicky: Don't do this, Jake! Don't do this to either one of us!
Jake: I'm just trying to tell you how I feel, young lady.
Vicky: Jake, have you ever heard of rebound?
Jake: So what if it is a rebound? We fit together, Vicky.
Vicky: You haven't heard one word Iíve said.
Jake: Yes. Yes. Sounds to me like you want to slow down, maybe go on a date. That's it; we'll have a first date. We'll go to this Fourth of July benefit together.
Vicky: Jake, if I see you at that benefit or anywhere else for that matter, it's going to be as friends. It's my own, personal declaration of independence.
Jamie: Who? Lisa, who is in our way? Adam?
Lisa: No --
Jamie: Is it?
Lisa: No, no. It's me.
Lisa: I'm in our way.
Jamie: I don't understand.
Lisa: Jamie, we were complacent. We took for granted what we had, and that allowed Vicky to get in between us. Now, as much as I love you -- and I do love you -- I'm not ready for us to live together again.
Jamie: I see.
Lisa: I want you to understand. You see, Iíve been carrying around a lot of baggage, a lot of pent-up feelings that I thought were gone.
Jamie: About what?
Lisa: About the rape and my parents and just things like that.
Jamie: Lisa, I want you to be as sure about us and what we have as I am right now. And I'll do whatever it takes --
Lisa: No, Jamie. See, that's the problem. I have to do this myself. I am the only one who can rescue me now.
Jamie: You know, I think you're a pretty terrific human being. You go ahead and have your fight and I'll wait to dance with the winner.
Lisa: Well, I can fight and dance at the same time. Will you be my date for the aids benefit on Monday?
Jamie: I thought you'd never ask. I'd love to.
Jamie: My aunt and my uncle -- they've been working their tails off to get the farm ready in time.
Lisa: You know, it must be hard for Scott to work with Jason on this.
Jamie: Yeah, yeah, but once he heard how much money we could possibly raise, he backed off.
Lisa: It should be a special night.
Jamie: Fourth of July fireworks.
Lisa: There is no one I would rather watch them with than you.
Jamie: You know, maybe -- maybe I should go while I still can.
Lisa: Don't leave. I may not be ready for us to live together, but it doesn't mean we can't be close.
Jamie: You want to get a little head start on the fireworks?
Nicole: I can't believe they didn't have a flashlight at the inn.
Cass: Somehow, this seems more appropriate, don't you think?
Cass: This is the place?
Nicole: Yeah, this is the place.
Cass: You know, I think Nelson has lost more than a few of his marbles. I half expected this to be a nursing home or something. What is this place anyway?
Nicole: Wait, wait. Cass --
Nicole: It's a convent.
Cass: A convent? So Teresa the chambermaid has gotten herself to a nunnery?
Nicole: I guess so.
Cass: Well, this is good. This is very good. She'll be very willing to answer our questions. I mean, after all, sisters are supposed to be most helpful.
Nicole: Cass, I swear --
Cass: Oh -- it's a nunnery -- no swearing.
Nicole: If you say anything out of line to a sweet, little old nun, I will never forgive you. Be nice.
Cass: Nicole, I'm always nice. How do we get in this place?
Nicole: Wait. I saw a bell over here.
Cass: Ring it. Ring it.
Nicole: Well, hang on!
[Nicole rings bell]
Cass: I hope this doesn't take long. Ring it -- give it another ring.
Nicole: Would you just give them a minute? Maybe they're at mass.
Cass: Here comes someone. Let me handle this.
Nicole: I was planning on it.
Cass: Excuse us, sister.
Nun: How may I help you?
Cass: We're looking for a woman. Her name is Teresa. She was an employee of the diamond family some time ago. They lived in Haverhill manor. Uh -- she would be rather elderly now.
Nun: Yes. She is Sister Teresa now.
Cass: Yes, so I gathered. We realize it's awfully late, but it's a rather important matter and if we could just talk to her for a few minutes --
Nun: I'm afraid that would be impossible.
Cass: Well, sister, it won't take very long. I'd be glad to drop a little something in the collection plate if you'd like.
Nun: Well, you can see her, but it won't do you any good.
Cass: Well, she's all right, isn't she? I mean, she isn't sick?
Nun: No, no, no. Her health is fine, but she's --
Cass: This is very important.
Nicole: Cass, for God's sake! Oh, excuse me.
Nun: I excuse you.
Cass: Can you give me one good reason why we can't see Sister Teresa?
Nun: Well, yes, of course. Sister Teresa has taken a vow of silence. She sees no one.
Sharlene: Wait a minute. Josie. I don't want you to think you're a bad kid -- you're not.
Josie: Forget it.
Sharlene: Look at me. I want to help you avoid mistakes -- that's a mom's job. It's hard to stay out of trouble sometimes -- I mean, I know that, which is why Iím here. I'm here to keep an eye on you so that you can be safe and happy.
Josie: Embarrassing me in front of all the people I wanted to be friends with does not make me happy. And there was nothing going on there that you had to save me from.
Sharlene: You don't always know what's good for you. I love you, sweetheart, and I need you.
Josie: You need me too much. I think you should live your life and let me live mine.
Matt: Tracy --
Tracy: What's wrong?
Matt: I just think we should cool down a little bit.
Matt: Trace --
Tracy: What, you don't like kissing me?
Matt: No, I love kissing you. That's what I'm trying to talk about.
Tracy: Matt, I don't get it.
Matt: Tracy, we're friends.
Tracy: Matt, you didn't kiss me like a friend.
Matt: You're a good-looking girl. It's a beautiful night. It's the summer. I think we're getting caught up in all this.
Tracy: I guess you -- you know a whole lot about that, don't you?
Matt: I just don't think we should let it go too far.
Tracy: Matt, you mean a whole lot to me.
Matt: I feel the same way about you and -- and I don't have a problem with kissing you, unless --
Tracy: Unless what?
Matt: Unless it leads to something else, something that neither one of us is ready for right now.
Tracy: How do you know I'm not?
Matt: I know. I know you, Tracy, better than anyone -- except maybe Kevin.
Tracy: Well, when do you think would be the right time?
Matt: Well, if you can never be sure, I guess you just sort of find out. The one thing I do know is that, especially in this day and age, it's important to wait until you're certain.
Tracy: I feel certain.
Matt: See, but I don't. And it can't be right until we're both ready. Ok?
Tracy: Ok. Ok.
Matt: You know, you -- you're dead wrong about that North Star. It is right there.
Singer: I heard somebody say but if all Iíve been is fun then, baby, let me go don't want to be in your way and I don't wanna be your second choice don't wanna be just your friend you keep telling me that you're not in love you want to throw it all away but I can't stay away from you I don't wanna let you go and though it's killing me that's true there's just some things I can't control you love is slipping through my hands and though Iíve heard it all before
Lisa: I love you. I love you, Jamie.
Singer: The truth I know it's just no use but I can't stay away from you
Vicky: I love you, Jamie.
Singer: Hold on
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