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Another World Transcript Thursday 6/10/04

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Singer: I find myself in a strange situation and I don't know how what seemed to be an infatuation is so different now I can't get by if we're not together ooh, can't you see? Girl, I want you now and forever close to me Iím longing for the time Iím longing for the day hoping that you will promise to be mine and never go away I don't want to live without you I don't want to live without you I could never live without you live without your love ooh

Singer: I ask myself

[Phone rings]

Singer: But there's no explanation for the way I feel I know Iíve reached the right destination


Singer: And I know it's real Iím longing

[Music stops]

Vicky: Oh.


Vicky: Hello?

Marley: Vicky, it's Marley. Hi.

Vicky: Uh -- hi, Marley.

Marley: I just called to see how things are.

Vicky: Hey, can I call you back? I -- I really appreciate that you called, but I'm really not in the mood to talk right now.

Marley: Vicky, what is it?

Vicky: Drop it, Marley. Uh -- I was just thinking before you called, that's all.

Marley: About Jamie, maybe? Vicky?

Vicky: Well, I guess you're going to find out sooner or later from mom. There is no me and Jamie, Marley. I blew it.

Donna: Hello, Dr. Crane, thank you so much for seeing me on such short notice.

Dr. Crane: I'm glad I had a cancellation.

Donna: Yes, me, too. Are -- are those the test results?

Dr. Crane: I knew how anxious you were, so I gave them top priority.

Donna: Oh, thank you. So, please, tell me. Am I going to be able to become pregnant?

[Cass whistles]

Cass: Nicole? Nora?

Nicole: Hey!

[Cass gasps]

Nicole: Ready for breakfast, big boy?

Matt: Riviera?

Josie: I've been trying the line all day. I'm so glad I caught you.

Matt: Are you?

Josie: Of course I am. Why wouldn't I be?

Matt: Yeah, well, you don't always do what you say you're going to. You said you were coming to the party last week and you didn't.

Josie: I explained about that, though.

Matt: Yeah, yeah, yeah, and I bought it. And then you said you were going to meet me at the mill alone and you didn't show up.

Josie: Well, Captain Cool, listen --

Matt: Wait, wait, wait! I don't like these little games that you're playing. I'm not even sure if we were meant to be friends. Let's just forget it, ok?

Josie: No!

Josie: Wait, don't hang up! I -- I couldn't meet you at the mill because my mother was hassling me.

Matt: Yes, well, you could've left a message with someone on the party phone.

Josie: Well, I didn't think of that. But my mother did -- she left me alone and I did meet you at the mill, but I was really late and I guess you already had left.

Matt: Oh.

Josie: I really did want to see you. I'm sorry.

Matt: That's all right. Parents can be pretty tough. I figured out that they're never going to accept everything that you do, you know?

Josie: That's for sure.

Matt: I mean, do you accept everything your mother does?

Josie: No, I -- I guess not.

Matt: Well, see, then you're even.

Josie: Captain, I -- listen, I've got to get off the phone. Um --

Matt: Wait, wait, don't go.

Josie: No, no, I have to. I'm not playing around. I'll call you back later.

Matt: When?

Josie: Um -- 2:00.

Matt: 2:00, great.

Josie: Yeah, ok?

Matt: Ok.

Josie: Oh, and if I don't call you back, it's because my mom's hanging around.

Matt: Ok, and, Riviera, you know, if your mother's giving you grief, just lie low for a while.

Josie: Ok, ok.

Matt: Ok.

Josie: Bye.

Matt: Bye-bye.

Josie: Uh, Mom, Iím going to -- I'm going to go for a walk. I'll be back in a little bit.

Sharlene: Josie, honey, what'd you want? Jos?

[Door slams]

Sharlene: What are you doing here?

Lisa: It looks beautiful in the morning light.

Jamie: You look beautiful in the morning light.

Lisa: Engaged on the Fourth of July. Well, that certainly will be my favorite holiday. You know, a little while ago, I didn't think this would ever happen.

Jamie: I'm glad it did. You've made me happier than I've ever been.

Lisa: Well, I have got to go tell Felicia everything about this.

Jamie: Oh, no, no, no! Hold on, hold on, hold on.

Lisa: What?

Jamie: I've been thinking that we might -- we might let Felicia and my parents know about this engagement with a little bit of style.

Lisa: How?

Jamie: Well, Mom and Mac are going to return sometime later this week. Why not set up a party for Felicia and Mitch and my parents and make the announcement then?

Lisa: That's a great idea.

Jamie: Yeah?

Lisa: Mm-hmm. I hope Felicia and Mitch are speaking by then.

Jamie: Yeah, that was quite a fight they had at the benefit, wasn't it?

Lisa: Hmm. I guess only one Grady lady can be happy at a time.

Jamie: Well, if that's the case, I'm glad it's this one.

Marley: What happened?

Vicky: You see, Marley, I took a lesson from you and tried not to manipulate the situation the way that I wanted.

Marley: And?

Vicky: And it looked like Jamie was going to go back to Lisa, so I lied to get him to stay with me.

Marley: Vicky, Iím sorry. I know how much you care about him.

Vicky: Hey, I don't want to talk about Jamie anymore. How are you doing?

Marley: I'm doing all right.

Vicky: Miss Jake?

Marley: It's lonely. It's been a big change, but I know Iím doing the right thing by starting over.

[Knock on door]

Vicky: Uh -- hey, could you hold on a minute, please? Thanks.

Jake: I'm sorry, I got to talk to you.

Vicky: Uh, Jake, could you come back? I'm on the phone.

Jake: It's -- it's important. I'll wait.

Vicky: Ok. Hey. Could I call you back? I've got company.

Jake: Is that Marley? Marley?

Marley: Jake --

Jake: It's good to hear your voice.

Marley: How are you?

Jake: I'm doing better. Look, I've been trying to get in touch with you. I mean, I left messages on your answering machine. You should call me back.

Marley: Jake --

Jake: I mean, I think it's important that we keep talking to each other. I -- I wrote you some letters. Did you get them?

Marley: About one a day.

Jake: Why didn't you write me back?

Marley: Because it doesn't make any difference. Jake, I've spoken with a lawyer.

Jake: No.

Marley: I told you I was going to.

Jake: You can't do this, Marley. You -- you cannot end it like this.

Marley: Jake, I didn't end it. It already was ended. You've just got to accept that.

Jake: Never.

Marley: I'm sorry to hear you say that because I have. Goodbye, Jake.

Jake: Marley --

Jake: Damn!

Vicky: Jake --

Jake: I made one mistake, one mistake!

Jake: She's going to do it, Vicky. I mean, she's going to divorce me. It's over. I cannot believe this.

Dr. Crane: Test results indicate you could conceive immediately.

Donna: Really? Well, that's wonderful! Why didn't you just tell me?

Dr. Crane: I have to be very frank with you. A difficult pregnancy could be deadly not just for the baby, but for you.

Donna: I see.

Dr. Crane: So you see that under the circumstances I could not recommend a pregnancy right now. I think we should talk about it in a year.

Donna: Uh, well, I -- I thank you for your recommendation.

Dr. Crane: Donna, do you understand the seriousness of what I'm telling you? A pregnancy now is just too high a risk.

Donna: I thank you again for seeing me on such short notice.

Michael: Hey. Hey, you. Donna.

Donna: Michael, what are you -- what are you doing here?

Michael: Oh, I was just at a hospital board meeting. Actually, they've asked me to serve on the board.

Donna: You're kidding! Thatís wonderful. Well, you're going to do it, aren't you?

Michael: Well, I don't know. I'm going to think about it.

Donna: Well -- well, good. I hope you do. Well, I want to hear all about it. I want to hear everything they had to say.

Michael: Well, I'd be glad to tell you, but what are you doing here? I just -- your gynecologist? You want to tell me what's going on, Donna?

Cass: You did this.

Nicole: Of course I did it. Who else? All right, le jardin did it, but I ordered this food all on my own.

Cass: And it's -- it's great, but it's getting so late. Do we have time for all of this?

Nicole: We do now. I've closed the shop for the day and canceled all your appointments at "Brava."

Cass: Nicole --

Nicole: Well, you said yourself that you didn't have much to do until Mac gets back.

Cass: Well, that's true, but --

Nicole: "But" nothing. I want to pamper you, take care of you, love you. Now, are you going to let me?

Cass: Well, since you put it that way --

Nicole: All right, good.

Cass: Oh -- thank you. Ooh.

Nicole: Champagne?

Cass: Yes, I see that.

Nicole: A toast -- to us.

Cass: To us. What a great idea.

Nicole: It's only the beginning.

Cass: Mmm.

Nicole: We're going to have quite a day together.

Cass: I'm glad you thought of this.

Nicole: Me, too.

Oh, you know, it is really good being home.

Cass: It's good being anywhere with you.

Nicole: Here's to anywhere with you.

Cass: Hear, hear.

Nicole: Anywhere, that is, except Haverhill manor. To be honest, you know, that ghost was really starting to get to me. I'm glad we have that all behind us now. I was really starting to get bothered by it all.

Cass: Nicole, I think I should --

Nicole: Oh, don't worry. Don't worry, I can talk about it now and not get the least bit upset.

Cass: Oh, you can?

Nicole: Yes.

Cass: Uh-huh.

Nicole: And I do understand your curiosity with Nora Diamond.

Cass: You do?

Nicole: Sure. I mean, yeah, Nelson was quite a character. And the rose garden and the locket and the letter -- they were all very interesting. Still, I must say, I prefer being back here in dull, old Bay City.

Cass: Actually, being home hasn't been all that boring.

Nicole: No --

Cass: Hmm.

Nicole: I'm never bored with you. And in fact, right now I feel very romantic. All alone in this house with you, just you and me --

Cass: Not quite.

Nicole: Huh?

Cass: We have a roommate.

Nicole: What?

Cass: Nora has followed us home.

John: Well, I've had better greetings in my time. Sharlene, you're looking awfully wet.

Sharlene: What's with the bag, John?

John: I take it Jason didn't call you?

Sharlene: No.

John: All right. Well, he called me. He asked me to stay out here with you and Josie while he was away.

Sharlene: Well, he didn't tell me about it. I wish he had.

John: Well, he said he was going to.

Sharlene: Well, he didn't! God, it's just like Jason.

John: Listen, if you'd rather I didn't, it's fine with me.

Sharlene: No, no, it's -- it's fine. If Jason wants you out here, then so do I.

John: Good, good. Maybe I'll get some work done on that fence out back.

Sharlene: Well, I know he would appreciate that. So if you'd just, you know, let me get changed, then Iíll show you to a room.

[Door closes]

Josie: Hi, john. What's -- what's going on?

Sharlene: Well, John's going to be staying with us till Jason gets back.

John: That is, if you have no objections.

Josie: No. No problem at all.

Donna: Well, I -- I was just here for my checkup.

Michael: Oh. I don't recall you saying anything about a checkup.

Donna: Well, I -- I really didn't because I forgot about it until the nurse called me this morning.

Michael: Donna, Donna, wait a minute. Why do I get the feeling you're not telling me the complete truth here?

Donna: All right. I was going to tell you tonight. But since it's good news, I think I'll tell you right now.

Michael: Tell me what?

Donna: Michael, I -- I can become pregnant again.

Michael: What?

Donna: Mm-hmm.

Michael: Did Dr. Crane say that?

Donna: She said that I could become pregnant almost anytime I wanted to now.

Michael: Honey, that's -- that's wonderful!

Donna: I know!

Michael: That is, if you -- if you want to try.

Donna: Oh, you know I do more than anything.

Michael: And there's no danger?

Donna: Well, Michael, I mean, all pregnancies have risks, you know --

Michael: Wait, wait, Donna, we're not talking about all pregnancies, we're talking about you. Did Dr. Crane say that it was safe for you to become pregnant?

Donna: Well, she didn't -- she didn't exactly recommend it right now, no.

Michael: Forget it, Donna.

Donna: No. No, Michael, I -- I want to take the risk.

Michael: Donna, I don't want to take the risk, all right? Don't be ridiculous.

Donna: I'm not being ridiculous!

Michael: Donna, that you would even think of endangering your own life to get pregnant again just astonishes me.

Donna: Michael, we want another child.

Michael: Donna, I want a wife who is alive and with me. Look, we decided this -- your health comes first.

Donna: Michael, we can have it all. We can have both of those things.

Michael: Donna, not for sure. So let me make something perfectly clear to you. I am not going to give my consent to have another child without Dr. Crane's absolute, unqualified approval. Understood?

Donna: Let me tell you something. It's my body, and it's my decision. And if I want to take that risk, then Iíll do it.

Jamie: Come on in.

Matt: You are one confusing guy to track down. One day you're at home, another day you're at the farm.

Lisa: Well, he's here now.

Matt: Hi, Lisa.

Lisa: Hi, Matt.

Matt: How's it going between you two?

Lisa: Perfect. Well, I've got to run, so I'll let you two have some guy talk.

Jamie: Ok.

Lisa: Bye-bye.

Jamie: Bye-bye.

Matt: Bye-bye.

Jamie: So --

Matt: So --

Jamie: How about those Cubs, huh?

Matt: Those -- you hate the Cubs.

Jamie: Yeah, right, I like the Sox a lot better.

Matt: Yeah.

Jamie: So, so much for guy talk, huh?

Matt: Yeah. Come on, Jamie. Level with me.

Jamie: Level with you? About what?

Matt: About why you wanted to see me here.

Jamie: Here. Well, it's just been a long time since we've had a -- a one-on-one, that's all.

Matt: Uh-oh. Is this going to be a big brother/little brother talk?

Jamie: Is it that obvious?

Matt: Yes. Did grandmother send you over?

Jamie: Grandma?

Matt: Grandma.

Jamie: Would you give me a break? I have a mind of my own, thank you very much. Yes --

Matt: Ah.

Jamie: She did.

Matt: I thought so.

Jamie: Sit down. Come on, tell me. What are you doing with your life? What's going on?

Matt: I appreciate the sentiment, really. Let me ask you a question -- what are you doing over here?

Jamie: Can you keep a secret?

Matt: Yeah?

Jamie: Lisa and I are engaged.

Matt: You're -- that's great!

[Jamie laughs]

Matt: Congratulations!

Jamie: Thank you!

Matt: Wait a minute, when did this happen?

Jamie: The benefit. You're the very first to know.

Matt: Well, I'm honored.

Jamie: And we're going to try and keep this a secret, so keep your mouth shut, ok?

Matt: Will do. I don't know how you do it.

Jamie: Do what?

Matt: How you're always ending up with a gorgeous woman.

Jamie: Oh -- go on.

Matt: No, you are.

Jamie: Believe me; I've had my fair share of lousy relationships.

Matt: Yeah, but you always come out of them ok.

Jamie: Better than ok. So, come on, tell me. How's your love life doing?

Matt: Uh, who wants to know, you or grandma?

Jamie: I do, thank you very much.

Matt: Well, I've met the girl of my dreams.

Jamie: You're kidding. That's great.

Matt: Hmm. Only problem is she's only in my dreams.

Jamie: Say what?

Matt: It's complicated.

Jamie: Matthew, listen -- just give it time. Believe me, I've had -- I've made plenty of mistakes with women, and things just have a way of working out.

Matt: Mm-hmm. Never seemed to me like you had any trouble with women except maybe making up your mind.

Jamie: Yeah, well, that can be bad enough.

Matt: Yeah, well, sounds like fun to me.

[Jamie laughs]

Matt: You know --

Jamie: Huh?

Matt: I don't think any girl will ever feel about me -- you know, feel the way Lisa feels about you.

Jamie: Don't be stupid. You'll be beating them off with a stick, ok?

Matt: Yeah, yeah, yeah, maybe. But how do you know? I mean, how did you know that Lisa was the right one for you?

Jamie: I felt it.

Matt: What, that's it? You did what?

Jamie: Well, once I got in touch with the feeling, yeah. And now it's -- well, I've never been happier.

Vicky: Feel any better?

Jake: No, I feel -- I feel like I'm in water and I need some air and I can't -- I just keep sinking deeper and deeper.

Vicky: Jake, you've got to pull yourself out of this. Nobody's going to do it for you, believe me.

Jake: I need her back, Vicky.

Vicky: Well, maybe someday you can have it like you want it. But for now, you've got to get on with your life without Marley. I mean, has there been any progress in your video business?

Jake: I've -- I've seen some promising talent here in Bay City.

Vicky: You're not going back to Lassiter?

Jake: No. Come on.

Vicky: I mean, we spent our whole lives trying to get out of that place.

Jake: And we did.

Vicky: Yeah, but sometimes I wonder if I just missed something on my rush out of there.

Jake: What are you talking about?

Vicky: Hey, forget it. Have you found a place to work out of yet?

Jake: No.

Vicky: What's so funny?

Jake: Vicky, Iíve been telling you about my five-year plan. I mean, this is not going to happen overnight. I need to get a job.

Vicky: Why?

Jake: I don't have that kind of money. No bank's going to even touch me.

Vicky: I told you I have money!

Jake: No.

Vicky: Why not?

Jake: I'm not going to take money from you.

Vicky: Well, you're not taking money from me. It's an inheritance from one of the biggest jerks in this world and something good should come out of it.

Jake: I'm going to be independent.

Vicky: Well, you can be. Look, there will be no strings. It'll be a loan, a business loan.

Jake: Let me ask you something. Why do you want to do this?

Vicky: You're a good investment.

Jake: That may not be true, and that is certainly not a reason to try to help me out.

Vicky: I want to.

Jake: After all this fighting, why?

Vicky: Because, Jake, you loved me when no one else loved me, when I wasn't a love or a Hudson. And I paid you back by trying to ruin your life with Marley. Now I'd like to make up for that, please.

Jake: Ok, I'll think about it.

Vicky: Great.

Jake: You still get your way, don't you?

Vicky: Sometimes.

Jake: Some of the greatest times in my life were -- the greatest experiences were with you in Lassiter.

Vicky: I was the best thing in your life. Till Marley, I know.

Jake: It's not your fault. I -- I did that all by myself.

Vicky: Well, you know what, Jake? You can't think about what you could have. It hurts too much. And pain is something that stops you from doing what has to be done.

Nicole: Nora's here?

Cass: I saw her when we got home that first night. She left me a rose in my suitcase.

Nicole: Where is it now?

Cass: I don't know. It wasn't there when I woke up. Maybe Sophie threw it out.

Nicole: I don't want to talk about any of this anymore.

Cass: Nicole, I saw her. I'm telling you, I saw her right in that mirror there! You don't believe me?

Nicole: That you think you saw something, yes. That it was the ghost of Nora Diamond, no.

Cass: I've been reading about unexplained phenomenon.

Nicole: Oh, no.

Cass: Just listen to me, please? Ghosts appear to living people when there's some aspect of their lives that was unsettled, especially when their death was premature, which we know Noraís was.

Nicole: The only things that are unsettled around here are your feelings.

Cass: Oh? About what?

Nicole: Oh -- never mind.

Cass: Nicole, come on. About what?

Nicole: All right, about Kathleen!

Cass: That's nonsense!

Nicole: Oh, is it?

Cass: Yes!

Nicole: You've been thinking about her a lot lately. You whispered her name in your sleep the night we checked into Haverhill manor.

Cass: But that was -- it was Nora that I saw, not Kathleen. I -- I learned that later.

Nicole: Well, then tell me this -- why at first did you think it was Kathleen you saw?

Cass: Because they resembled each other -- or rather did. It was a coincidence.

Nicole: No, what you saw was no coincidence. You're thinking about Kathleen.

Cass: No, I'm not!

Nicole: All right, you're not, but your subconscious is. You heard the story about Nora and you saw that she looked like Kathleen, and you began to imagine seeing Nora as a way to express your feelings.

Cass: Which are?

Nicole: That you don't want to marry me because you're still in love with Kathleen.

Cass: That's ridiculous!

Nicole: Right! Right! But seeing a ghost is fine and normal!

Cass: Nicole, I love you.

Nicole: I know you do. But I also know that you can't let go of your feelings for Kathleen.

Cass: No, I can't stop loving her just because she's dead.

Nicole: Well, of course not. I wouldn't want you to. But you have to face your loss, Cass, and not disguise your feelings in the form of an imaginary ghost that happens to look like Kathleen.

Cass: And that's really what you think I'm doing?

Nicole: Do you think this is easy for me? I want to marry you and live with you more than anything -- anything. But you're just not ready. Maybe you never will be.

Cass: Where are you going?

Nicole: Out -- away from ghosts and goblins and things that go bump in the night.

Cass: You can't run away from ghosts.

Nicole: Then Iíll settle for getting away from you.

Cass: Cheers.

[Door closes]

Sharlene: You ready for lunch?

John: Yeah. That fence was in worse shape than I thought.

Sharlene: Yeah, well, Jasonís always been one to let things run down, you know.

John: Yeah, tell me about it. Listen; do you know what this trip of his was all about?

Sharlene: No, uh-uh. He didn't tell you anything?

John: He was very mysterious about the whole thing.

Sharlene: Yeah, he wouldn't tell me much, either. But he was pretty rushed, you know. He got that phone call and he was gone and packed in about 10 minutes.

John: He's a man of many secrets.

Sharlene: Yeah. I guess we all have a few.

Josie: So, are we ready to eat or what?

Sharlene: No, almost, almost. I got to get a bowl out of the front hall closet. I'll be right back and we can sit down.

Josie: You and that fence were looking pretty good out there.

John: Now, just hold on. I got a bone to pick with you.

Josie: About what?

John: About you hiding in the back of my truck and hitching a ride to that party.

Josie: Oh, that.

John: Yeah, that.

Josie: I'm sorry.

John: Well, you should be. Don't do it again.

Josie: I wonít.

Sharlene: We can eat -- almost.

John: I'll go wash up.

Sharlene: Good.

Josie: He's so cute.

Sharlene: And completely unsuitable for you, young lady.

Josie: I know that. He must be at least 30.

Sharlene: At least. But even if john Hudson were 17, he wouldn't be right for you.

Josie: Why not?

Sharlene: Because he doesn't have any prospects. His construction company may take off, but right now he is struggling, and you don't need that.

Josie: I understand that, mama, perfectly well.

Vicky: Hi.

Donna: Victoria. Well, this is certainly a surprise.

Vicky: I thought I would stop by and say hello to everyone.

Donna: Oh. Well, I'm sorry; Bridget has Mikey out for a little while.

Vicky: Oh. Actually, I did just want to talk to you.

Donna: Oh. Well, all right.

Vicky: I'm a little depressed and I don't know how to shake it.

Donna: Ah. You talked with Jamie?

Vicky: Yeah, and Lisa was there.

Donna: How did it go?

Vicky: It went all right. I -- I said everything I wanted to say. I told him that I still loved him even though I accepted his decision to be with Lisa. I mean, I'm glad I did it.

Donna: Well, I think it's wonderful. I'm glad you did that, too. I'm just sorry to see you still so unhappy.

Vicky: Mom, I am so mixed up inside I don't know what Iím feeling. I'm glad I did what I did, but I love Jamie a lot, and it's just hard for me to accept that he and Lisa are going to spend the rest of their lives together.

Donna: I know. I know, honey. But you know what? I think this shows me that you're really growing up, that you're learning to accept other people's choices and you're beginning to make your own.

Vicky: Sometimes I don't know if Iíll ever accept other people's happiness without feeling like I missed out or I lost.

Donna: No. No, honey, give yourself some time. You know, when you start wanting the best for others, then the best is going to come your way.

Vicky: You sound like a Felicia Gallant novel.

Donna: Ew, I do, don't I?

Vicky: I do want the best for Jamie. And I'm starting to think about other people besides myself. I actually did something nice today.

Donna: You did?

Vicky: Yes.

Donna: What?

Vicky: Well, I told Jake that I would help him get his video business started here in town.

Donna: You did what?

Vicky: Yeah. Well, I told him I would give him a loan --

Donna: Victoria, how could you do that? How could you do that after everything he's done to Marley?

Vicky: Jake made a mistake just like I did.

Donna: Oh, great. Oh, great. This is just great.

Vicky: What is so bad about giving him a loan?

Donna: Because you're going to allow him to stay in Bay City, and now Marley won't come home and she might not even come visit!

Vicky: Oh, so I shouldn't have given Jake a loan because I might be upsetting Marleyís vacation plans?

Donna: No, I don't want you to give Jake McKinnon a loan because I want him to stay away from both of you!

Vicky: If you're starting another "I hate Jake McKinnon" campaign, it's just too much for me.

Donna: Honey, I can't believe this. I mean, he hurt you and now he's hurt Marley. I mean, I'm sorry, I just can't accept the fact that you want to give him money.

Vicky: Well, that's too bad. You know, Jake is my friend, one of the few that I have, and if he needs my help, I'm going to give it -- as much as he needs.

Donna: Victoria, did you have anything to do with Jake and Marleyís problems?

Vicky: Do you think that I broke the two of them up?

Donna: Well, did you?

Vicky: Did it ever occur to you that little Miss Marley may have her own problems without my interference?

Donna: Well, yes, of course. But, honey, every time I talked with her, she led me to believe that their marriage was very strong.

Vicky: And I'm just the tramp to break them up, is that it?

Donna: Stop it! Don't say that about yourself!

Vicky: Why not, Donna? That's what you think of me, isn't it? I mean, you're always telling me that you want me to be a good girl and do the right thing, but you actually never think that I could do it, that I could actually be decent.

Donna: Of course you can! I know --

Vicky: Oh, forget it, Donna, I don't care! But I do want to get one thing straight. I didn't talk to Marley or Jake in months until I called them to arrange for Marley to come for your wedding.

Donna: I didn't know that.

Vicky: No? Well, did it ever occur to you to think before you just blurt out something? You know that I have feelings -- forget it! Just forget it!

Donna: No! No, Victoria, stop right now! I don't want you to leave like this, not angry like this. I made a mistake, honey. I'm sorry.

Vicky: Yeah, so am I. You know what I don't understand? You always wanted us to have a close, warm relationship.

Donna: I do.

Vicky: Well --

Donna: I do, I want that more than anything.

Vicky: Yeah, well, in this little warm, intimate moment, I just want to get another straight. I don't need your approval, and I don't need Michaelís. I can make it on my own. And you know, I am a good person, whether you think so or not.

Donna: Victoria! Victoria, please! Oh, honey, Iím sorry. I'm sorry.

Singer: I think I finally know you I can see beyond your smile and I think that I can show you

Lisa: Jamie?

Singer: That what we have is still worthwhile don't you know that love is like a thread

Jamie: Welcome home.

Lisa: What is this?

Jamie: I wanted to create a very special evening for you.

Lisa: But it's the middle of the afternoon.

Jamie: I know, but I couldn't wait. Would you care to dance with me?

Lisa: Well, I should change my clothes.

Jamie: Oh, but you look beautiful just the way you are.

Lisa: Jamie.

Jamie: You better get used to hearing that because I'm going to say that to you every day, starting tomorrow, and then the day after tomorrow, too. And then the day after that, also. And then maybe again the day after that.

Lisa: Won't you get bored?

Jamie: Never.

Singer: And I think Iíve finally learned to love you more

Josie: Kevin? Hi, it's Josie. How are you? Um -- me? Well, to tell you the truth, I'm bored to tears, and I was wondering if maybe you wanted to do something, like go to a movie? Well, great. Oh -- except my mom would freak if I was alone with a boy. You think of anyone maybe we could go with? Your sister and Matt Cory? Uh, great, if that's what you want to do. And Matt could even bring us in his jeep. Ok, well, call me about a time. All right. Bye. Oh, no, Captain Cool! Hi, party phone? Captain Cool, are you on the line?

Matt: Yeah, Riviera, I'm here.

Josie: Hi. I just wanted to call and thank you.

Matt: For what?

Josie: For your advice. My mom and I haven't had a fight all day long.

Matt: Well, that's great. That's terrific.

Josie: You sound kind of down.

Matt: Uh -- yeah, I guess I am.

Josie: Well, what's wrong?

Matt: I don't know, really. I -- I just saw my brother, he's getting married, and --

Josie: You don't like his girlfriend?

Matt: Oh, no, no, she's great.

Josie: Then you don't get along with your brother?

Matt: No, we get along great. It's just -- well, see, he's this big-time doctor. He has about a million girls in love with him. He does all this important stuff. Everyone I know loves him. His fiancťe is beautiful --

Josie: And?

[Matt sighs]

Matt: And I just don't think Iíll do as much with my life as he's done with his, you know?

Josie: Sure, you will.

Matt: Oh, yeah, right. Great, yeah. Well, how do you know?

Josie: I feel like I know you pretty well.

Matt: Oh, yeah? Ok, ok, tell me -- then what can I do?

Josie: Oh, well --

Matt: Uh-huh?

Josie: Well, you could -- you could be a radio talk show host.

Matt: Really?

Josie: Yeah.

Matt: Why?

Josie: Well, because you -- you really put people at ease, even though you've never seen them. You're a good listener.

Matt: Oh. Well, huh. Thank you very much.

Josie: You're welcome. Listen, I better go. I'll talk to you later.

Matt: Yeah, I'll talk to you tomorrow, same time.

Josie: You betcha.

Matt: Ok.

Josie: Ok.

Matt: Bye-bye.

Josie: Bye.

Donna: Glad you're home.

Michael: What's this for?

Donna: Peace offering. I want to apologize.

Michael: For what happened at the hospital?

Donna: Yes. Michael, I said what I did because sometimes I can get so wrapped up with myself and how I feel and what I want that I make demands, I want things on my terms.

Michael: Ahem. Sounds to me like you've been doing a lot of thinking, Donna.

Donna: I have. Victoria was over here earlier.

Michael: What, did you talk to her about this?

Donna: Actually, I -- I got into a fight with her, too. And it was all my fault again. But you see, this time I finally realized something. I realized that life is not all about what I want and what I feel, that there are people in my life that are very important, and I care very much about their thoughts and their feelings.

Michael: Does this mean you've given up on the idea of getting pregnant?

Donna: Well, I have realized that it's not my decision. It's our decision, and I'm sorry I thought otherwise. So, forgive me?

Michael: You I could get to like a lot, I think.

Donna: Yeah?

Michael: Mm-hmm.

Donna: Oh Ė

John: I was thirsty.

Sharlene: No, really. Help -- I'm glad you helped yourself. You know, it's hot outside. I was thinking about making some sun tea.

John: Good idea.

Sharlene: Ok.

Sharlene: Ahem -- thank you.

John: Sharlene?

Sharlene: Hmm?

John: Are you afraid of me?

Cass: Brr. This is fun.

Cass: Nora?

Cass: Nora? You are here.

Nora: Of course I'm here.

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