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Another World Transcript Wednesday 6/30/04
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Proofread by Daniel
Felicia: Ok, ok. What do you think we should do now?
Mitch: What do you mean "we"?
Felicia: We! I mean, you guys got the Swiss bank account number, so what do you think is next?
Sam: That's the hard part -- we don't know.
Felicia: No, no, honey, that's not hard at all. I mean, you've already cracked Marstenís computer. The rest of this really is going to be easy.
Mitch: And how do you figure that?
Felicia: We just have to find out the bank that the account is in.
Sam: Oh, that's good. Any ideas on how to swing that one?
Mitch: Give her a minute.
Felicia: This could be just a little complicated.
Sam: Why does she look like that, Mitch?
Mitch: Because she's thinking. The wheels are turning, the gears are moving. Any minute, we might see smoke coming between her ears.
Felicia: Oh! I've got it!
Sam: Shh, shh, shh! Don't tell the rest of the restaurant.
Felicia: Don't worry about a thing. I'll take care of everything.
Mitch: What do you mean? No, no, no, you're not doing this alone.
Sam: This is way too dangerous for you.
Felicia: This isn't the least bit dangerous.
Sam: Yes, it is!
Felicia: No, it's not! [Foreign accent] Liz Matthews is not the only woman avec a Bavarian cent, ja?
Mitch: What is this avec stuff?
Felicia: [Normal voice] ok, so I need a little work, that's all.
Sam: Mitch, do you know what she's talking about?
Felicia: Honey, don't worry about it. By the end of the day, you'll know everything Drew Marsten is doing with his dirty little money.
Sam: But --
Felicia: Trust me, babushka.
Drew: Chief, these things take time. No, I can't rush it. They just take time. Yes. Trust me, chief. No, I'm not stalling. Absolutely. I'll have Mac Cory eating out of my hands by the end of the week. Hmm? Oh, yeah. I've -- I've got him where he's weak. That's right; he'll turn his company over to me himself. Oh, this is foolproof. Yeah. He's ours.
Amanda: I'm kind of surprised to see you guys today. I thought you'd be awful busy.
Mac: Well, I am, but I wanted to see you two. Where is Sam?
Amanda: He just went to find Mitch.
Rachel: How's Samís job with Marsten working out?
Amanda: I really don't want to talk about that.
Mac: It's ok, darling. I know it's hard for both of you.
Amanda: So how are the plans for the christening coming?
Rachel: Oh, they're coming along.
Amanda: Good. I can hardly wait.
Rachel: What happened, sweetie?
Rachel: Well, the blouse is torn.
Amanda: I cut it on a fence. It's ruined.
Rachel: How did you do that?
Amanda: Do you want some coffee?
Mac: No, I'm afraid we'll have to pass. I just wanted to see you for a moment.
Rachel: Your father's spending some time with Matthew today.
Amanda: You mean, Matthew can actually fit you in his busy social calendar?
Mac: Well, he's lounging around the pool. I think he can squeeze me in.
Rachel: I can't stay, either, but I have a surprise for you.
Rachel: Well, I'll bring it by later.
Amanda: Mom, come on!
Rachel: No, no, no, no, I have some errands to run. I'll bring it by later.
Mac: It's so nice not to have to think about takeovers or Drew Marsten a whole morning. Amanda, are you all right?
Amanda: I'm fine. I just wish this whole thing was over.
Mac: It will be soon. I'm trying very hard.
Amanda: It has to end soon. People have been hurt.
Amanda: He has to be stopped.
Amanda: Say hello to Aunt Vicky!
Vicky: Oh, good morning.
Amanda: Say hi to Aunt Vicky.
Amanda: Oh. Sorry.
Vicky: That's ok. I'll just pretend to be Vicky -- Aunt Vicky from over here and I'll just say "good morning." Hello, sweetie.
Amanda: You sure you're sick?
Vicky: Yeah, well, I don't want to take any chances, so you just go over there and I'll breathe out the door by myself.
Amanda: I missed you.
Vicky: Oh, that's nice to say.
Amanda: No, really, I did.
Amanda: Aw. You don't look so good.
Amanda: Well, no. I mean -- what I meant is you look perfectly put together, as usual. It's just, um; you look a little green or something.
Vicky: Oh, don't mention that word.
Amanda: Sorry. Alli's christening is coming up this Friday.
Amanda: Yeah. I know it may be kind of difficult for you with Jamie being there, but Iíd like you to come.
Vicky: Oh, don't worry about it.
Amanda: No, really, Vicky, you're my friend. I'd like you to be there.
Vicky: Ok. I'd love to. Yeah, I'll be there.
Amanda: Great. My mother's planning a really big party.
Vicky: Yeah? Is Jamie the godfather?
Vicky: And Lisa?
Amanda: She's the godmother.
Vicky: Well, that's nice.
Amanda: I wanted it to be you.
Vicky: Oh, Amanda, you don't have to say that.
Amanda: No, really, I mean it. But I guess with all the stuff that's gone on between you and Jamie, well, and now the two of them are engaged --
Vicky: Yeah, don't worry about it.
Amanda: I just want you to understand it's the circumstances, that it's not you. It really doesn't matter to me what happened between you and my brother.
Woman: "Drew" what?
Drew: Drew Marsten.
Woman: What does "Drew Marsten" mean?
Drew: Well, that's my name. When you get off work, why don't you stop back by? There's more where that came from.
Woman: I'll see you later.
Drew: I'll -- I'll be waiting.
Drew: "My dearest Drew, I don't know how much longer I can go on not being with you. We've shared so much, but we cannot be together. Since it's so dangerous for us to speak on the phone, I just had to write this to you to let you know how much I miss you. I love you, Drew." Of course you do. "You should also know the British subsidiary in London is very close to joining forces with Cory. If you have to move, move now to gain their support. As soon as I find out about the Tokyo account, Iíll write you again. In the meantime, trust that I think of you constantly and dream about the day that we can finally be together. Be patient, darling, and think of that time that is ahead of us when we can finally be together again. Amanda."
Drew: Ah, yes. I'm coming, my darling.
Josie: Thank you.
Matt: You know, you should put on some suntan lotion. The sun's getting pretty strong today.
Josie: Could you put it on my back?
Matt: Sure, I -- ah. Um, Kevin should be here soon.
Josie: Is he ready for this?
Matt: I hope so.
Josie: What did his dad say when you called him?
Matt: Yeah, he's a difficult man. I don't know if this is going to work out.
Josie: Well, think it was a really good idea for you to get them together.
Matt: Yeah, I think his dad should help him out with his problem. I haven't been very good with him lately.
Josie: I think you've been great.
Matt: I don't know, ever since he's taken those pills, it's been kind of awkward between us. I thought I knew everything about him. I can't believe how much I didn't know.
Josie: You know, you've done more than most people would. Could you get the back of my legs? I burn easy.
Matt: Um, hey, no problem. A little dippity-doo.
Josie: You know, I think it was a great idea for you to get Kevin and his father to come over here.
Matt: Yeah, I'm kind of nervous about it, though.
Josie: Oh, don't be. This is neutral territory. They'll be on their best behavior, I promise.
Matt: Yeah, I guess. Uh, Josie, you know -- you know that Kevin likes you, right?
Josie: I know. I like him, too.
Josie: But not in the same way he does.
Josie: I don't know how to tell him. I mean, he's been so edgy lately. I don't want to hurt his feelings.
Matt: Josie, how does it make you feel when Kevin says he thinks Iím trying to take you away from him?
Josie: There's nothing going on between Kevin and me. He's getting all possessive, and we're not even seeing each other.
Matt: I didn't mean to upset you.
Josie: You didn't. We'd better not let Kevin see us this way. He might get the wrong idea.
Matt: Oh, yeah, right. I am still curious.
Josie: About what?
Matt: About how it makes you feel.
Josie: I'm not seeing you either, am I?
Josie: Well, then I have no opinion. You two guys work it out. I'm not involved.
Matt: Josie -- oh, hey, Kev!
Kevin: Hi. You look great.
Josie: Are you ready to see your father?
Kevin: I don't know.
Matt: Hey, you're going to be great, man.
Kevin: Matt, I don't know if you understand how bad things really are between us.
Matt: Well, this is going to help. He agreed to come here, didn't he?
Kevin: I know, but --
Matt: Come on, it's a step in the right direction.
Kevin: Why are you doing all this?
Matt: Because I'm your best friend and I care about you.
Josie: Hey, Kevin, how about a soda?
Kevin: Yeah, that'd be good.
Matt: Ok, we'll get them. And we'll get some tapes for the stereo up there. Hey. Come on, man, take it easy. You look like you're going to explode.
Josie: We'll be right back, ok?
Kevin: Ok, it'll be ok.
Matt: All right?
Rachel: Oh, Ronnie. Hi.
Ronnie: Rachel, hi. It's nice to see you again.
Rachel: Nice to see you, too. Do you have a minute?
Ronnie: Sure. What's up?
Rachel: I wanted to ask you something.
Ronnie: Is everything all right?
Rachel: Yeah, fine.
Ronnie: Is this confidential? I mean, I could borrow an office.
Rachel: No, I'm sorry to be so mysterious. It's just that everybody told me that you don't like to talk about this.
Ronnie: Oh. Now I am intrigued.
Rachel: Well, it's Alli's christening, you know, at the end of the week.
Ronnie: Yes, I know. I'll be there.
Rachel: Good. Would you like to sing for your supper?
Ronnie: Excuse me?
Rachel: We would very much love it if you would sing at the church.
Ronnie: Oh, Rachel, look, I'm sorry, I -- I canít.
Rachel: Won't you even think about it?
Ronnie: How did you know about me?
Rachel: Jamie told me what a terrific job you had done at the Aids benefit at the Frame farm.
Ronnie: Oh, word gets around, I guess.
Rachel: Does that bother you?
Ronnie: I'm just not used to all the attention.
Rachel: Oh, it would mean so much to Amanda and Sam.
Ronnie: Look, I appreciate the offer, Rachel, but I --
Rachel: I know it sounds peculiar. I have never been to a christening where somebody was singing in the church, but we thought we'd do something new and different.
Ronnie: Oh. It would be lovely.
Rachel: Well, you mean so much to Sam and Amanda. I mean, you helped bring Alexandra into the world.
Ronnie: I can't believe Iím going to say this.
Ronnie: Yes, Iíd be honored.
Rachel: Oh, great! Oh, thanks, Ronnie! Why don't we talk about the details later in the week, ok?
Rachel: Great. Thank you.
Ronnie: Oh, boy.
Julie Ann: Hi, Ronnie.
Zack: Look, why do you scowl whenever you see my face?
Ronnie: Do I do that?
Zack: Yes, and it's very unflattering.
Ronnie: Well, maybe if you didn't hang around here so much harassing the patients and doctors about depositions and court orders --
Zack: I came here for my annual physical, thank you. Julie Ann, I will see you later. It's getting cold for my blood around here.
Julie Ann: What was all that about?
Ronnie: Your brother doesn't like me.
Julie Ann: Ah, thought it was the other way around.
Ronnie: Oh, I can't believe that man. I mean, he doesn't even know me and he tells me what to do with my life. He actually told me I should quit nursing and sing full-time.
Julie Ann: Really?
Ronnie: Yes! Can you believe that man?
Julie Ann: Well, Zack's a great believer that people should follow their dreams.
Ronnie: Oh, a "Man of la Mancha" fan, huh?
Julie Ann: No, he just hates when people who have potential don't take advantage of what they're born with. He thinks you're a terrific singer, Ronnie. He told me.
Ronnie: Well, maybe I did snap at him just now.
Julie Ann: Zack's a sucker for a good apology.
Ronnie: Ok, I'll go find him.
Julie Ann: Good idea.
Ronnie: I just hope he doesn't bite my head off.
Felicia: Brian, would you cut it out? No, darling, you've been a great help. What thanks? You know I don't have to thank you. Right. Oh, come on, you devil. I always look you up when Iím there, and you know it. Yes. Ok. Right. Thanks. Bye. I got it. Jean! How nice to see you. Listen, go have a drink. I'll join you in a minute. I got it.
Sam: I don't believe this. Just spare us the details, ok?
Felicia: Brian happens to be just an old friend.
Sam: Yeah, I'll bet.
Felicia: I know the bank and the branch that the account is in.
Sam: And how did this guy find this stuff out?
Felicia: Well, Brian actually was a researcher of mine when I did a Swiss Alps saga. He does know everything. You know, you don't have to look at me like that. I got it. Didn't I get it? Ok.
Sam: Ok, ok, ok, you got it. What do we do now?
Mitch: I need a phone. I'll make a call.
Felicia: I'll go find herb.
Sam: This could be it, man.
Mitch: Yes, I know.
Sam: It's nice to know that guy Marsten isn't as smart as he thinks he is.
Mitch: Why would he tear up your contract?
Sam: I don't know. But I bet he's got something up his sleeve. This guy's too sneaky for his own good.
Felicia: Ok, here it is.
Sam: Helps to know the owner, doesn't it?
Felicia: Well, now, what are you going to say?
Mitch: I don't know.
Felicia: Well, maybe I should coach you.
Felicia: You want me to do it for you, honey? I can. I've been practicing my German accent all day. How about I do it?
Mitch: Let me just make the call.
Mitch: Yeah. This is Drew Marsten. Yes, Iíd like an update on account number -- why not? I deal with you people every day. Now, what makes today so different? What, is there a problem? You don't speak the English language? Well, then maybe I should speak with your superior. Thank you.
Felicia: What, no luck?
Felicia: Maybe -- maybe he just didn't understand you.
Mitch: He speaks English. He's an American.
Felicia: Oh --
Sam and Felicia: Great.
Sam: What do we do now?
Felicia: I don't know. I'm -- Iím not really sure how to handle this.
Mitch: Well, I'm afraid I do. I might regret this for the rest of my life, but I think I know what has to be done.
Amanda: The guy that hired Sam happens to be the same guy that's trying to take over my father's company.
Vicky: You're kidding.
Amanda: Oh, I wish I was.
Vicky: Well -- well, are you sure this guy's all bad?
Vicky: Well, he could've hired Sam on his artistic talents and everything. It might not have had anything to do with your dad's company.
Amanda: This guy is a monster. He's trying to destroy my entire family.
Vicky: Amanda, I'm sorry. I -- I didn't realize how serious it was.
Amanda: I wish he was dead.
Vicky: Hey, are you all right?
[Knock on door]
Amanda: Vicky, can you get that?
Vicky: Yeah. Oh, Jake.
Jake: I had a feeling I might find you here.
Vicky: Yeah, our meeting. I forgot about it. I'm sorry.
Jake: Hello, Amanda. How are you?
Vicky: I'm helping Jake start his video business, and we had a business meeting that I kind of forgot.
Amanda: Oh, well, hey, that sounds great. I'm sorry if I just jumped on you right now.
Vicky: No, hey, it's ok. Are you all right?
Amanda: I'm fine. I'm just a little jumpy. I'm fine.
Vicky: Ok. Well, if you need anything, you're going to call, right?
Amanda: -Hmm. Bye-bye.
Vicky: Bye. Please call?
Amanda: Yeah. Thanks. Bye. Bye.
Jake: Go, go, go, go!
Amanda: What am I going to do?
Jake: Ok, the first thing I think we have to do is get a good client.
Vicky: Yeah, you have someone in mind?
Jake: Yeah, Tiffany Simone.
Vicky: You mean Ronnie Lawrence.
Jake: Right, whatever her name is.
Vicky: Well, no, I think she's talented, but I get the feeling she's a little weird.
Vicky: Why? Because she seems ashamed of the talent that she's got. The first time she ever came out in public with it was the night at the Aids benefit. I told myself I wouldn't talk about that night.
Jake: Come on, I thought we agreed that we were not going to think about Jamie Frame.
Vicky: Yeah, easier said than done.
Jake: I know. Sometimes I get the feeling that if I get this video business off the ground here, it's -- it's going to help me get Marley back.
Vicky: What, that's the only reason you're doing this?
Jake: No, it's not the only reason Iím doing it, but it's -- it's part of it.
Vicky: Yeah, well, I don't think you should get your mind set on it. The last time I talked to Marley, she seemed pretty determined to make it on her own.
Jake: And you?
Vicky: And me what?
Jake: Don't you think it's time that you start dating again?
Vicky: Uh, Jake, think you're a little in an awkward position here.
Vicky: Well, because I was in love with you from the time you were out of diapers, and then you married my sister.
Jake: Here we go!
Vicky: But, no, it's just that I don't think I would take your advice on anyone that you would think would be right for me. You're bad luck.
Jake: Yeah, well, somehow I don't think pining over Jamie Frame is going to do anything more than make you miserable.
Vicky: Yeah, well, who died and crowned you expert on love anyway, huh?
Jake: Vicky, you are the kind of woman that needs a man in her life to keep her in line!
Vicky: You are walking on thin ice, McKinnon.
Jake: I know you. I know exactly the kind of man you need.
Vicky: Jake, sweetie, if you don't close the topic of this conversation, I'm just going to take those videos that you brought over and just smash them right over your head, ok?
Jake: I think you're making a big mistake.
Vicky: No, end of topic! Read my lips -- I am not at all -- at all- interested in any man that you have that you want me to meet. You got it?
Jake: Yeah. Sorry to hear you say that.
Vicky: Yeah, well, deal with it.
Jake: Especially since the man of your dreams is on his way over here right now.
Jake: I'm serious. I know exactly what type of man you need.
Vicky: I hope for your sake that you're just joking.
Vicky: Jake McKinnon, you would not stoop so low as --
Jake: Darling, could you go put on your tiara? Prince charming is on his way.
Mitch: If the bank doesn't come across with the information that we need, then we go to the horse's mouth.
Sam: What horse?
Felicia: You think I could do this in an Italian accent? I do that so much better than German.
Mitch: Are there Italians in Switzerland?
Felicia: Oh, yes, yes, plenty.
Mitch: Then do it.
Sam: Whoa! Wait, you're going to have her call Drew Marsten and act like she's an Italian bank manager?
Mitch: See how easy it is to catch on when you really concentrate?
Sam: Oh, great. This is great.
Felicia: Ok, um --
Mons-- Signore Marsten, eh? It is very important I talk to you about --
[Normal voice] good, no? Good?
Mitch: It's better. Do it.
Felicia: [Italian accent] it is ringing.
Sam: I don't want to hear this.
Felicia: [Normal voice] no one's home. Darn. I was really getting good at that, don't you think?
[Knock on door]
Amanda: This place is like grand central station.
Amanda: Coming! Shoot. Oh, no.
Drew: Hello, Amanda. May I come in?
Amanda: What do you want?
Drew: Uh, could we talk inside?
Drew: Amanda, I came to apologize.
Amanda: Don't bother. Look, Sam is going to be home any minute now. If he finds you here, he'll kill you.
Drew: Does he know what happened between us?
Amanda: Nothing happened between us.
Drew: Then you haven't told him?
Amanda: Would you please leave?
Drew: Amanda, I'm really sorry for my behavior last night. I was way out of line.
Amanda: I ought to throw you out.
Drew: I'm not in yet.
Amanda: You are one of the most disgusting creatures on this planet.
Drew: Isn't that a little harsh?
Amanda: You treated me horribly! I could press charges against you.
Drew: Yeah, but you won't do that, right?
Amanda: You tried to rape me!
Drew: Isn't your perspective just a little out of line?
Amanda: Nobody should go through what I went through last night. I wouldn't wish that disgust on my worst of enemies.
Drew: Amanda, you're really hurting my feelings. Do you want to answer that?
Drew: Look, I gave you back your husband's contract. I thought maybe you would forget what happened.
Amanda: I will never forget what happened.
Amanda: That's probably Sam. If you step one foot into this apartment, Iím going to tell whoever it is on the other end of that line to call the police.
Amanda: Hello? Hello? Hello? I told you, get out of my house!
Drew: Shh, lower your voice.
Amanda: My neighbor is home. She was just here two minutes ago. Do you want me to scream?
Drew: No, no, I heard it last night.
Amanda: I'm calling the police.
Drew: Look, you don't have to do that, Amanda. Look, Amanda, I'm leaving. I'm leaving, ok, all right? I came to apologize. You don't want to accept my apology. I'm sorry. Take care of yourself.
Jake: Seriously, Vic, the guy is nice. He's a nice guy!
Vicky: Oh, yeah? What's he do, huh?
Jake: I knew you would warm up to the idea.
Vicky: Shut up. What does he do?
Jake: He -- he's an officer of the law.
Vicky: A cop?
Jake: He's an undercover cop.
Vicky: Jake, I've never had luck with cops in my life!
Jake: Vicky, you are going to love this guy, I promise.
Vicky: Yeah. Why are you doing this?
Jake: Like I said, I think you need to meet some new people.
Vicky: Well, couldn't you have asked me first?
Jake: No, because you would've done the same little tribal dance you just did. I thought it was more -- I don't know, I thought my way was more spontaneous, more natural.
Vicky: I'm going to wring your neck, McKinnon.
Jake: Oh, I think you're going to thank me in the morning.
Vicky: Where'd you find this guy?
Jake: I met him at your parents' suite after the break-in.
Vicky: Oh, now I get it.
Vicky: Well, he saw how wealthy my parents were, so he figured I was a good risk, right?
Jake: You have got to be the world's biggest skeptic.
Vicky: Yeah, well, you would be, too --
[Knock on door]
Vicky: Oh, no.
Jake: I got it.
Vicky: Jake, a cop?
Jake: Hey, Rick! Right on time, babe!
Rick: I brought a pizza. Hi. I'm Rick.
Vicky: Hi. I'm Vicky.
Jake: Come on in! Yeah.
Jake: Little early for a pizza, don't you think, Rick?
Rick: Oh, not for me. I could eat this stuff any time of the day. Doesn't that look great? You name it, it's on there. What's the matter? Don't you like bologna?
Jake: Something he said, Vicky?
Rick: I hate first dates.
Matt: I really want to tell you I'm proud of you. I mean, it must take a lot to quit.
Kevin: It's almost impossible.
Matt: Come on, don't say that.
Kevin: Well, it's tough. I want it all the time.
Josie: Kevin, you don't want to go through what you did the other night, do you?
Kevin: No, but that doesn't mean that I don't want a drink or just get a little high.
Matt: I think your dad misses you.
Kevin: What a joke.
Josie: I'll bet he does, Kevin. He's probably just testing you or something.
Kevin: Oh, nice way to bring up a kid.
Josie: Well, it's hard for an only parent. Believe me, I know.
Kevin: Ever since my mom died, it's like he blamed me and Tracy for it, just because he couldn't deal with the problems that her death caused.
Matt: Come on, take it easy, huh?
Kevin: What do you know, Matt? Here you are, you have two fathers fighting over you. You have no idea what it's been like for me!
Matt: Hey, Iím sorry. Now, I hope everything works out with you and your dad. I'm getting out of here.
Singer: Becomes an ocean before you throw my heart back on the floor
Josie: Kevin, why'd you have to jump all over him like that? He wants to help you so much.
Kevin: I don't need his help.
Singer: I need someone to hold me, but I'll wait for something more
Josie: I know it's hard only having one parent around. I mean, I don't always like what my mom tells me to do. But whatever she does she does because she loves me. So when I get angry, I try and remember how she feels. It's hard, but I try.
Kevin: I just don't know what Iím doing anymore.
Josie: Just don't shut out your friends.
Kevin: Josie, are you my friend?
Josie: You know I am. I care about what happens to you.
Kevin: How much?
Josie: Matt cares, too. Don't mess it up with him. Matt?
Ronnie: Can I talk to you for a minute?
Zack: Well, after two booster shots, giving a quart of blood, and running a treadmill, I can't think of anything worse, but --
Ronnie: I went looking for you after you left earlier.
Ronnie: I'm sorry I snapped at you.
Zack: Oh! That time.
Ronnie: What do you mean, "Oh, that time"?
Zack: I'm just trying to figure out which time you're apologizing for.
Ronnie: No, no, wait a second!
Zack: No, the way I figure it, every time Iíve spoken to you in my life, you've snapped at me, so I'm just trying to figure out which incident you're apologizing for.
Ronnie: Oh, um -- I'm singing at Alli's christening on Friday.
Zack: Oh, how lovely for you.
Ronnie: You're going, aren't you?
Zack: No, I'm afraid Iíll be out of town on a business trip.
Ronnie: Oh. I just thought you'd be there.
Zack: Well, I thought you'd be turning cartwheels. I mean, I thought the fact of me being out of town would just turn you on. I wouldn't be around to bug you.
Ronnie: Um -- maybe next time.
Zack: Yeah. I can't wait.
Ronnie: So, are you coming back to the Pelican club anytime soon?
Ronnie: What are you --?
Zack: Excuse me. Hey, gorgeous.
Julia: Hi. Are you ready?
Zack: Yeah. You look sensational.
Julia: Oh, thank you. Is this ok for the little French cafe on the south end?
Zack: Yeah. Oh, will you excuse us?
Ronnie: Ooh, that man!
Kevin: Mr. Cory --
Mac: It's nice seeing you again, Kevin.
Kevin: It's nice to see you, too.
Mac: Where's Matthew?
Kevin: Well, he and Josie just went upstairs for a minute.
Mac: Oh. Wow. Beautiful day, isn't it?
Kevin: Yeah. It's a little hot.
Mac: Yeah. So how have you been?
Kevin: Oh, I've been great. Just great.
Mac: Enjoying your summer?
Kevin: Yeah, thank you.
Mac: Oh, Matthew said that your father is coming by today.
Mac: I'm looking forward to meeting him.
Kevin: Aren't you going to get that?
Mac: No, someone will get it.
Mac: Someone should get it.
Kevin: Would you like me to get it?
Mac: No, I'll get it. I don't know why I pay all these people, and pay and pay and pay. Cory residence.
Drew: Mac. Drew Marsten.
Mac: What do you want?
Drew: I'm calling to remind you that it might be in your best interests just to turn the company over to me, so -- you know, before things get ugly.
Mac: You're still trying to threaten me?
Drew: Mac, Mac, some friendly advice before -- before trouble starts.
Mac: You know, there was a time when I admired your business sense. You even reminded me of myself when young. Now I know that everything everybody has said about you is true. You are a liar and a louse.
Drew: You know, I don't like it when you talk like this, Mac. It makes me want to get even.
Mac: You can't intimidate me, Marsten. And I'm through trying to deal with you. I want nothing more to do with you or your chief.
Drew: Oh, yeah? What are you going to say in a few days from now, Mac?
Mac: What does that mean?
Mac: I don't believe this is happening to me.
Kevin: Mr. Cory, are you all right?
Mac: Oh, I'm sorry you had to hear that.
Kevin: I'm sorry, I didn't mean to listen in.
Mac: You know, there are times, Kevin, when I wish I were a drinking man.
Drew: Oh, yeah. This will help, too.
Drew: To men.
Felicia: Buongiorno. No, that's too low.
Buongiorno. My name is -- what?
Mitch: Are you talking to him?
Felicia: It's what he wants. Don't look at me!
Sam: Just stay loose, Felicia, stay loose.
Felicia: I am! Just don't look at me!
Buongiorno, signore. My name is --
Mitch: Has he answered?
Felicia: No! It's on the sixth ring! Wait a minute!
Felicia: [Italian accent] hello.
Drew: Felicia? Is that you?
Kevin: Come on, everybody. In the pool. Let's go.
Matt: No, thanks. I just dried off.
Kevin: Aw, come on, Matt.
Kevin: It's not going to kill you.
Josie: Stop splashing!
Kevin: What, like this?
Josie: Kevin, cut it out!
Kevin: Oh, come on, just come in the pool with me.
Josie: Not now.
Kevin: Why? I don't bite.
Josie: Maybe later.
Matt: You're going to have to amuse yourself, buddy.
Kevin: You shut up!
Kevin: Ooh. Sorry, Matt.
Matt: What's gotten into you?
Kevin: The devil. Dum-dum, dum-dum, dum-dum. I gotcha!
Josie: Kevin, stop it!
Matt: Hey, she said she didn't want to go in!
Kevin: Hold your breath!
Matt: Hey, Kevin, will you cut that out, Matt?
Kevin: Had enough? No?
Matt: Kevin, what are you doing?
Kevin: One more time!
Matt: Let go of her, man!
Josie: You guys, stop it! Stop it!
[Knock on door]
Rachel: Yes, honey. Hi.
Rachel: What's wrong?
Amanda: Nothing. I'm fine.
Rachel: You look white as a sheet.
Amanda: Must be the heat.
Rachel: Well, we'll have to get you an air conditioner.
Amanda: Yeah, I know. So, what's in the box?
Rachel: Well, this is the surprise I was telling you about.
Amanda: What is it?
Rachel: Open it!
Amanda: Oh. Mom, it's beautiful.
Rachel: It's for Alli to wear at the christening.
Amanda: Oh. Oh, I haven't seen this in so long.
Rachel: All the Cory children and all the Cory grandchildren have worn it, and now it's Alliís turn.
Amanda: I forgot all about this. Thank you.
Rachel: Your father and I are so proud of you.
Amanda: For what?
Rachel: For being such a good mother and taking such good care of Sam.
Amanda: Well, we were off to an awful rough start.
Rachel: I know, but look at it now. It's perfect.
Amanda: Yeah, almost.
Rachel: Darling, don't worry about Drew Marsten and the takeover.
Amanda: I'm not.
Rachel: These are the best years of your life. You have everything to look forward to.
Drew: Felicia, is something wrong? You sound strange.
Felicia: Normal voice] he knows it's me!
Mitch: Then cover.
Felicia: Cover. Cover. [Italian accent] This is Signora Castalucci of the Swiss National Banca.
Drew: Oh, I'm sorry. You sounded familiar there for a second.
Felicia: No, no, signore. I never have speak to you before.
Drew: Well, what can I do for you?
Felicia: We -- we have an account here at the banca that we are very concerned about. It is account number cuatros -- oh, scusa. 435-2678-ghf. It has been -- how you say?
Scuso. Ah! Closed down.
Felicia: Si. We wish to verify this with you.
Drew: Wait a minute, there must be some kind of a mistake. That account has not been closed.
Felicia: No, I only report to you what my computer say.
Drew: I deposit $100,000 a month in that account. It's always been the same. It's never been changed.
Felicia: Ah. Uno momento. Oh, scusa. Hold, please. I check my records. Grazie. [Normal voice] He's buying it. He's really mad right now.
Mitch: What did he say?
Felicia: He said that he deposits $100,000 a month in this account!
Sam: That's great! We got him! We got him!
Felicia: Oh! Right! Um -- [Italian accent] Signore Marstone?
Felicia: I -- I need to apologize to you. There has been a terrible mistake here.
Drew: Can't you people be more careful?
Felicia: [Normal voice] Testy! [Italian accent] I am so sorry, really, for this -- for this awful error.
Drew: Well, maybe you should double-check the records of the safe-deposit box. That stupid computer of yours could've closed that out, too.
Felicia: Maybe you should give me a list of itemized things in the box. I check for you.
Drew: The contents refer to holdings in the Persian Gulf. Uh, never mind. My associate will be flying into Switzerland the day after tomorrow. I'll have him come by and check it out.
Felicia: Well, if you give me his name, I -- I will look for him.
Drew: Hudson. Michael Hudson.
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