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Another World Transcript Wednesday 7/21/04
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Proofread by Daniel
Sharlene: Josie! You're not calling Matt Cory.
Man: Exactly what time yesterday did you two lose your minds?
Rick: You're not happy about the article.
Courtney: Captain, everything we told them was the truth.
Captain: So what! In your questionable search for the truth, you've implicated the most powerful family in Bay City in a possible homicide!
Rick: All we said was Mac Cory was at the suite when we got there.
Courtney: And we didn't tell him that a search of the living quarters led us to the discovery of a bracelet allegedly belonging to Amanda Fowler.
Captain: Good. The newspapers would have had a field day with that. But you did say that there was evidence of foul play.
Rick: There was -- the blood.
Captain: That isn't conclusive, and you know it. Look, if there was a murder, tell me, where's the body?
Courtney: We don't know, sir.
Captain: Until it's discovered -- if it ever is -- you two should say nothing that would make the papers even suggest a homicide took place. Instead, you got the whole town thinking the Cory's murdered this man! Now, that is a damned serious charge for the police to make!
Rick: But, captain --
Captain: Shut up. If you two make fools out of this department, I'll have you back in a patrol car, cruising the graveyard shift faster than you can say "Mac Cory."
Mac: Good morning, darling.
Rachel: Have you seen the paper?
Mac: Hilda brought a copy upstairs to me.
Rachel: It's terrible.
Mac: Yes, but it could be worse, Rachel.
Rachel: Mac, I haven't slept all night, thinking about what you told me, what you didn't tell the police.
Mac: Rachel --
Rachel: It can't be true, Mac. It just can't be.
Sam: Damn it!
Amanda: What's wrong?
Sam: Nothing. I just ruined a painting, that's all.
Amanda: I can help you clean it up.
Sam: No, don't bother. I can get it. I should realize I couldn't paint today anyway. Well, I'm going to go downstairs, pick up a paper.
Amanda: Ok, good.
Sam: Yeah, and then I guess Iíll see you later.
Amanda: Sam, what did you get all over this shirt?
Sam: Nothing. Don't worry about it. It's just some paint. I'll use it as a rag.
Amanda: What is it? Marsten still missing? Oh, my -- this makes it sound like my father's responsible.
Sam: I know.
Amanda: Sam, what time was it when Josie told you about Marsten attacking me?
Sam: I don't remember. It was yesterday.
Amanda: But what time?
Sam: I don't remember, Amanda.
Amanda: I mean, was it early?
Sam: Look, I said I don't remember, ok?
Amanda: I'm just asking, because it could become --
Sam: Ok, ok, it was -- some time yesterday. You know, when you were out with Julie Ann at the movies.
Amanda: Yeah, right. Sam, when you went to see Marsten, what happened?
Sam: Nothing, ok? Let's drop this.
Amanda: Ok. We're out of juice. Can you watch Alli while I go get some more?
Mac: Rachel, it's important that we don't get carried away by our emotions, that we don't jump to conclusions.
Rachel: The only conclusion Iíve reached is that this investigation is going to go on and on and involve our whole family.
Mac: That's why we have to stay calm -- so we can decide what to do that will be best for everyone.
Rachel: Maybe it'll just blow over.
Mac: Well, given the fact that this family is center stage in this drama, I doubt that will be the case.
Rachel: People love to see the Coryís in trouble.
Mac: Yeah, there's no doubt this edition sold out. The press won't let up.
Rachel: That means the police are going to make this case its top priority. I wish Adam were here.
Mac: If he were, I could have told the police a different story yesterday.
Mac: Well, I hate keeping things from them, but Zack is away. I have to have legal advice when I tell them what I saw.
Rachel: Well, you're right. You have to protect the family.
Mac: What is it, Rachel?
Rachel: I was thinking about when I saw you yesterday in the suite.
Mac: What about it?
Rachel: My first thought was that you had something to do with what happened.
Mac: Rachel -- I'd better get to the office.
Mac: Well, I can't do anything sitting around here. Besides, I have a company to run.
Rachel: I forgot. Drew Marsten didn't win, did he?
Mac: No, and until Bennett Publishing makes their successful move, Cory Publishing is still ours.
Rachel: Do you think Bennett Publishing will make a move after everything that's happened?
Mac: Well, I think this chief wants our company very badly. Yes, I think he'll send someone else to try to get it, or who knows, maybe Drew will show up again.
Rachel: I'm afraid Drew will show up again -- dead.
Liz: Yoo-hoo, Nicole?
Nicole: Hmm? Liz?
Liz: Oh, Nicole. Oh, you poor darling.
Liz: I didn't know whether to come to the Coryís or come here. Then I realized Cass that is away, you'd be all alone --
Liz: Nicole, you haven't read the morning paper?
Nicole: Well, no. No, I havenít. I woke up with this absolutely brilliant idea for the silk blouse, so I got right to work on it this morning. What's the matter? Oh, no.
Liz: Read the whole article.
Nicole: "Mac Cory told police he found the room ransacked last night." Last night? Well, Drew was here just the day before.
Liz: Drew was here, at your salon?
Nicole: He claimed that he wanted to congratulate me on my engagement. He said some horrible things. It got ugly. He -- I was afraid that he was going to hurt me. Later, when I told Cass about it, he was just furious.
Liz: Cass knew that Drew was here?
Nicole: Yes. He just burst right out of here. Oh, Liz --
Liz: What did he do?
Nicole: I think he went to see Drew. He called me from the airport later and told me goodbye. He also told me that he loved me.
Liz: What, Nicole?
Nicole: Oh -- he said that I didn't have to worry about Drew Marsten bothering me anymore.
Sharlene: Don't even think about making that phone call, young lady.
Josie: Mama, what's so wrong with me letting Matt know how sorry I am for him?
Sharlene: The Coryís can handle their own problems, or their attorneys can do it for them.
Josie: How can you be so cold?
Sharlene: I'm not. I don't want to see anything happen to their family. It's you Iím worried about. And I'm not going to have you caught up in the middle of this thing.
Josie: How can I be? I'm not in any trouble.
Sharlene: Not yet.
Josie: What's that supposed to mean?
Sharlene: You are in over your head with Matt Cory, Josie, and if you're not careful, you're going to get hurt.
Josie: Oh, mama, I don't need your protection. Besides, you don't even know Matt.
Sharlene: One look told me all I needed to know. He lives a different life from you.
Josie: You mean because he has money.
Sharlene: Don't tell me you didn't notice that jeep of his, or that big house with the swimming pool and the --
Josie: Yes, yes, I did, and I admit that it looked like fun to be able to hang out with someone who could show me a good time.
Sharlene: Someone who didn't have to watch every dime like we do?
Josie: That's right. And I still don't think it was so wrong that I felt that way. Mama, don't you see? Matt means so much more to me than someone who can give me a ride in his jeep or a swim in his pool?
Sharlene: How much more?
Josie: He's my friend. Best friend I have here. Mom, he saved my life.
Sharlene: And believe me, I am very grateful he was there when Kevin went over the deep end. But from the way I see it, you would never even have met Kevin if it hadn't been for Matt in the first place.
Josie: Mama, that's not fair. Matt is a great guy. He understands how I feel. He listens to me when I talk to him.
Sharlene: Some men will act that way, Josie. But later on they will want something for all that understanding.
Josie: Mama, nothing's happened.
Sharlene: Good. Keep it that way.
Josie: Mama --
Sharlene: Come on, Josie, wake up! There are a lot of other girls out there who are more the Cory type. What do you think Matt wants from you?
Josie: That's a terrible thing to say. Is that what you think -- that's the only thing that Matt would want from me is that?
Sharlene: Of course not. I know what you have to offer. You are kind and caring and bright. But you are also very pretty.
Josie: What's so wrong with being pretty?
Sharlene: Nothing is wrong with being --
Josie: You know, Matt hasn't tried a thing with me, which is a lot more than I can say for a lot of your gentleman friends.
Sharlene: Josie, I am --
Josie: Maybe I'm just a better judge of character than you.
Sharlene: Stop it! I am not going to listen to you talk this way!
Josie: That's right. You never listen, do you? All you ever do is tell me what to do. Well, Matthew is my friend, and you can't change that.
Sharlene: I think maybe it'd be a good idea if you didn't see Matt Cory anymore.
[Knock on door]
Kevin: Come in.
Matt: Hi, guy.
Matt: I know, I know. I can't believe I got up this early. I can't believe it myself.
Kevin: It's really good to see you.
Matt: How have you been?
Matt: Oh, I got this for you.
Kevin: I took this picture last spring.
Matt: I know.
Kevin: I think it's my favorite picture I ever took.
Matt: I remembered. I helped my dad blow it up.
Kevin: You in a darkroom?
Matt: Yeah. I know it's hard to believe. Kev --
Kevin: It's just really good of you. After everything Iíve done --
Matt: No, no, it's ok.
Kevin: No, it's not ok. I mean -- after everything you've done for me, then I go and treat you like this. I mean, after all the things that I said on the party phone, and then threatening Josie --
Matt: It wasn't you. That was the drugs. Josie knows that, and so do I.
Kevin: So you guys have forgiven me?
Matt: Of course. Mm-hmm.
Kevin: Thanks. Thanks for everything. And thanks for coming today.
Matt: Hey, man, I'm going to keep coming. If there's anything you need --
Kevin: Actually, there is. I need something from the outside.
Mac: And, therefore, business will continue at Cory Publishing as usual.
[Knock on door]
Amanda: I was reading the newspaper this morning. This must be horrible for you.
Mac: Oh, I'll survive.
Amanda: Daddy --
Mac: Amanda, believe me. I'm fine.
Amanda: Good. I'm glad.
Mac: Are you all right?
Mac: Your mother told you, I found the photos and the negatives. You don't have to worry about them surfacing.
Amanda: Oh, no, that isn't the problem.
Mac: Amanda, you're so frightened, darling.
Amanda: It's Sam.
Amanda: He loves me so much, daddy, but that's exactly what has me so scared.
Mac: I'm not sure I understand what you're saying. Did Sam do something?
Amanda: I don't know, exactly. I think he may have something to do with Drew's disappearance. Daddy, you were at the suite. Did you see anything that would link Sam with Drew? Is there anything you haven't told me?
Mac: Amanda, why all the questions? What did Sam tell you?
Mac: Then why do you think he's involved?
Amanda: Last night, before any of this happened, Sam found out that Drew attacked me.
Mac: You told him?
Amanda: No. Josie did. I wasn't even there.
Mac: Oh, no.
Amanda: I know that I should have told Sam about this days ago when it first happened, but I was afraid that he would go crazy. And he did.
Mac: Did something happen after Josie told him?
Amanda: He went to see Drew.
Mac: Amanda, what time was this?
Amanda: I don't know. He wouldn't tell me -- or he couldn't tell me. He won't tell me anything about his meeting with Drew. Daddy, don't you think it's a little strange that once Sam found out about the attack and confronted Drew that Drew disappears?
Mac: You're jumping to conclusions.
Amanda: You know his temper.
Mac: I also know he loves you and Alli. He's too smart to jeopardize his family, Amanda.
Amanda: Sometimes he doesn't think.
Mac: You must put your imagination on hold, darling. The only fact we know for sure is that Drew is missing. Now, it doesn't do any good for you to imagine the worst has happened.
Amanda: Right, I guess you're right. And you're all right with all this?
Mac: I'm just fine. Now, you go home to your husband and that beautiful daughter, all right?
Amanda: All right. I will. After I run some errands. Thanks.
Amanda: Bye, daddy.
Amanda: I love you.
Mac: I love you, too, darling.
Mac: Julie Ann, cancel all my appointments for the rest of the day. Right.
Rick: Thank you.
Rick: Another employee who saw nothing. This hotel must be a great place to go if you're having an affair!
Courtney: Rick --
Rick: We haven't had a break!
Courtney: I know, and it worries me. This is the first big case Iíve had since Adam left. Oh, I keep thinking I am forgetting something.
Rick: That and the fact that happy-face Delaney uses every available moment to verbally abuse us is not making this much fun.
Courtney: I know. I wish forensics would get back to us on that blood profile. Maybe that would give us some answers, some clues, or something.
Rick: Well, in the meantime, we have a few more people to see, don't we?
Rick: Send the next one in. Please have a seat.
Courtney: Your name?
Rick: Darla what?
Darla: Darla Davidson and I don't know anything. Can I go now?
Courtney: We need to ask you some routine questions.
Darla: My boss, Mr. Overton, really gets mad --
Courtney: He knows we're questioning the hotel staff.
Darla: Oh. Look, I really can't afford to lose --
Rick: Ms. Davidson, please. According to your statement, you started work at 6:00 p.m. Last night.
Courtney: And you were still on duty during the time Mr. Marsten disappeared?
Darla: Yeah, but I didn't see Drew all night.
Courtney: How well do you know Drew Marsten?
Darla: Ok. Well, Drew -- Mr. Marsten -- he liked me.
Courtney: Go on.
Darla: So the first time he checked in, I knew something was going to happen between us. It was like kismet, you know? He slipped a 20 in my palm, and that was the start of an incredible relationship. He's a big tipper.
Rick: You continued to see him after he checked in?
Darla: Well, yeah. He asked me to come up to his room after my shift was over the first time we met. We just connected, I guess.
Rick: And you agreed?
Courtney: He treated me real nice. He's a real nice guy. Or was.
Darla: Well, that's what the paper says.
Courtney: We know.
Rick: So you were supposed to see him again?
Darla: Yeah. Last night.
Courtney: Last night?
Darla: Yeah, but I didn't see him. Just before I got to the door, I remembered I had forgotten to punch out. My boss really gets furious when we do that.
Rick: So --
Darla: So, I went down to the main floor to punch out, and bob, one of the other bellboys, he called in sick, so Mr. Overton said I had to do a double shift. Well, considering the way things turned out with Drew, I guess I'm happy. I was mad then. I really liked Drew, you know? He treated me like I was one of the best people --
Rick: Ms. Davidson, did you try calling Mr. Marsten?
Darla: Yeah, a couple of times, but there was no answer. When I finally got off my shift, I went up to the floor, and that's when I saw the police coming out of Drew's suite, so I took off fast.
Courtney: Darla, now, think carefully. The first time you were on Drewís floor, did you see anything?
Rick: Darla --
Darla: Look, I don't want to get involved.
Courtney: Look, whatever you say will be kept confidential.
Darla: I'm scared. What if he saw me?
Rick: Who? What if who saw you?
Darla: That first time I went up to Drewís floor, I did see a man coming out of his suite.
Courtney: What did he look like?
Darla: One of the lights was out in the hallway. I couldn't really make him out too well, but he was a good-looking guy with dark hair.
Liz: I gave Sophie and Cass the day off, and I either changed or canceled the rest of your appointments today.
Nicole: Thank you, Liz.
Liz: So who was on the phone?
Nicole: Donna. She just called because she was concerned over what she saw in the paper.
Liz: What did you tell her?
Nicole: Well, I didn't want her to worry, so I just downplayed the whole thing. I told her that I was sure that Drew would show up alive any minute now.
Liz: Well, you have to believe that.
Nicole: Oh, Liz --
Liz: You can't just go thinking things are wrong. Now, until we really know what is wrong, you have to stay calm
Nicole: Excuse me. Hello. Cass! Cass, I can hardly hear you. We have a terrible connection. I'm so glad you called. I love you, too, but, Cass, listen, I have to tell you something. Do you remember what you said about Drew, how I didn't have to worry about him bothering me anymore? Well, he's disappeared, and the police think he may be dead. Cass, did you hear me? Did you hear what I just said? Cass?
Cass? Hello. Hello -- oh.
Liz: What happened, Nicole?
Nicole: The line went dead.
Hilda: Excuse me, Ms. Cory?
Rachel: Yes, Hilda.
Hilda: There's a Ms. Sharlene Watts here to see you.
Rachel: Sharlene? Yeah, send her in.
Hilda: Yes, ma'am.
Hilda: Ms. Watts.
Rachel: Hello, Sharlene.
Rachel: Well, can we get you anything?
Sharlene: No. I'm fine.
Rachel: That will be all, Hilda. Thank you. Well, how are you?
Sharlene: I'm fine. I'm sorry I didn't call first, but I wanted to talk to you right away about what's going on.
Rachel: You have information?
Sharlene: Yes. It's time we talked.
Rachel: Well, fine. Come on in. Sit down. What is it you can tell me?
Sharlene: Are you aware of how Matthew is spending his free time?
Rachel: I'm afraid I don't understand.
Sharlene: I'm here because I wanted to know if you know what's been going on with your youngest.
Rachel: I know Matthew has helped -- I'm sorry. I should have called you about Josie after the accident, but Matthew said she was all right, and Iíve been so tied up with this takeover attempt.
Sharlene: I'm talking about what's going on between Matthew and Josie.
Rachel: What's going on?
Sharlene: Did you even know they were friends?
Rachel: Of course I do. I've seen them together. But to be perfectly honest with you, with this takeover attempt and everything that's been going on with Drew Marsten, I really haven't been able to spend as much time with Matthew as I like to, but he's a very independent boy, and I trust him. You obviously donít.
Sharlene: No, I donít. And you're not helping by neglecting him.
Rachel: Neglecting him?
Sharlene: That's right. And unfortunately, my daughter is going to suffer because of your lack of interest in your son's life.
Matt: What is it you wanted?
Kevin: My camera.
Matt: Oh. Sure.
Kevin: I really think that Iím ready to start taking pictures now.
Matt: Yeah, no problem. I see you got your guitar and some books from your room at Maryís place.
Kevin: Yeah. Tracy brought them over. She got a waitressing job, like, just a mile away from here so she can visit me every day.
Matt: That's great.
Matt: Tell her, you know -- tell her I said hello.
Kevin: Yeah, I will. But when she packed up all my stuff, she said she couldn't find my camera.
Matt: Oh, don't -- I saw it in the darkroom, you know.
Matt: Any idea what you're going to take pictures of?
Kevin: Yeah, well, some really beautiful things, Matt. Just outside this window. I mean, it's beautiful.
Kevin: Besides, Jim says that he's going to start arranging short trips for me soon.
Kevin: Oh, Dr. Syns. He's my therapist. He likes me to call him Jim.
Matt: How is that going?
Kevin: Good. Really good. I never knew I could talk so much.
Matt: Yeah, well, what do you talk about?
Kevin: Everything. My dad, you. Tracy. Winston. The Cubs.
Kevin: Yeah. My -- my cravings.
Kevin: Why do you think I look so lousy, Matt? I still want a fix. Every day, every hour.
Matt: I thought you quit.
Kevin: It doesn't matter. My body still wants it. Look, I never want to be what I was when -- right before I came here, at the end. I -- but somewhere inside me, I still want it. Not just physically --
Matt: I didn't realize.
Kevin: That's the way addictions work. It's like a constant battle.
Matt: Well, you can do it.
Kevin: You've been so patient with me --
Matt: That's because I believe in you.
Kevin: Man, I don't want you to take this the wrong way. I took drugs to forget, and -- I mean, that's the only time I felt I could turn to something, that's -- but now I know I could have come to you. It was just such a hard time.
Matt: Tell me -- what did you want to forget?
Kevin: My father and everything that happened between us.
Matt: But the drugs, they didn't make you forget.
Kevin: It's kind of tough to explain. I hate him. But I need him. And I hate needing him. Do you understand?
Matt: Not really.
Kevin: Neither do I.
Matt: Hey, I don't think you hate him.
Kevin: He hates me.
Matt: Have you called him?
Kevin: No, but Tracy talked to him.
Matt: Is he going to come visit you?
Kevin: No. He doesn't want to have anything to do with me. And that's just something that I have to learn to face.
Matt: But don't you think that --
Kevin: No, I have to get on with my life, with or without my father.
Rick: The lab report on the blood found in Marstenís room finally came through.
Courtney: Ok. What does it say?
Rick: Blood type -- two.
Rick: Two types -- a-positive and o-positive.
[Knock on door]
Josie: Matt! Come in.
Matt: Hi. I just took a chance you might be home. Hope you don't mind.
Josie: Mind? No. How are you?
Matt: Good, good. I just came from seeing Kevin.
Josie: How is he?
Matt: Better, better. He's doing better. You know, he has a long way to go.
Josie: I know he's going to be ok.
Matt: Yeah, he's dealing with all these intense feelings, you know, about his dad and everything that was going on. I just wish I could get those two together, you know, make them realize how much they really loved each other. What?
Josie: Nothing. I just -- I think you're a really great guy. You are.
Matt: Hmm. Don't worry about it. It's just that cat knocked over some milk bottles or something.
Matt: Why are you so jumpy?
Josie: I was afraid it was my mother.
Josie: Well, we kind of had a fight this morning.
Matt: Yeah? About what?
Josie: She doesn't want me to see you anymore, Matt.
Rachel: Sharlene, are you sure you want to criticize my relationship with my son?
Sharlene: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. That was out of line. It's Matthew Iím angry at, not you. But you've got to help me, Rachel. You've got to help me keep them apart.
Rachel: Sharlene, you're making very strong accusations.
Sharlene: I can back them up.
Rachel: Well, suppose you do that. Now, just what are our children doing that is so terrible?
Sharlene: I met your son when I was dragging Josie away from a party at the old mill.
Sharlene: She had never even met the boy who decided to throw that little get-together. She'd only talked to him on that party phone. How much do you know about that?
Rachel: Not very much. I know that Mary McKinnon set it up. It sounds like a good idea for the children.
Sharlene: Josie used to be on that thing all the time, no doubt talking to your son. Our phone bill was ridiculous. Do you know how much Matthew spent on that thing?
Sharlene: I didn't think so.
Rachel: Outside of running up a phone bill, just what do you suppose Matthew and Josie are doing?
Sharlene: They've gone to a drive-in together. They've spent an awful lot of time right here at your pool.
Rachel: Yes, I'm aware of that. It sounds perfectly normal to me, Sharlene. They're two teenagers trying to have fun.
Sharlene: And you know what that kind of fun leads to!
Rachel: Sharlene, are you telling me that you don't trust Matthew with your daughter? Because I do.
Sharlene: I don't mean to imply that your son is anything other than a nice, regular, American boy. But boys get curious fast.
Rachel: That's enough.
Sharlene: Rachel, I didn't come here to insult you or start a fight. Admit it -- we're on the same side in this.
Rachel: I don't think so.
Sharlene: Come on. You can't want Matthew with my Josie any more than I want Josie with Matt.
Rachel: Why not?
Sharlene: Look at this house, then look at the farm.
Rachel: Sharlene, I don't have anything against you or Josie.
Sharlene: I doubt that. We Frames have never been in the same league as you Cory's.
Rachel: Are you talking about money, Sharlene? Because I don't think that way, and Matthew has not been raised to think that way, either. I didn't have any money when I was Josieís age.
Sharlene: Oh, Rachel, it's different when it's you and when it's someone in love with your son.
Rachel: I like Josie, Sharlene. She's a lovely girl. I was the one who got her the job babysitting for Alli.
Sharlene: You got her work as hired help for your daughter. That's a lot different than seeing her get serious with Matt.
Sharlene: That's right. I found them kissing. Do you want to get them engaged this fall, maybe have them run off and get married?
Rachel: This is ridiculous, Sharlene.
Sharlene: You haven't seen them the way I have. You want to answer my question?
Rachel: Matthew is 17. He's going off to college in the fall.
Sharlene: And you don't want him to get hooked up with some farm girl?
Rachel: I don't want any 17-year-old to get serious about anyone.
Sharlene: Good. Then it's settled.
[Knock on door]
Sam: Ahem. Mac.
Mac: Hello, Sam. I need to talk to you about Drew.
Sam: Come in. I'm pretty damn mad at you right now.
Mac: I'm sure you are, Sam.
Sam: You shouldn't have kept this thing from me about Amanda and Drew and the photographs. I mean, how would you feel if I knew something about Rachel and kept it from you?
Mac: I'm not going to try to excuse myself. I'm sorry. I made a mistake. A lot of mistakes have been made lately.
Mac: Sam, last night, after you found out that Drew had attacked Amanda, did you go see him?
Sam: Did Amanda tell you that?
Mac: She didn't have to. It was you I saw running down Drewís hallway just before I went into his apartment, wasn't it?
Matt: Wait a minute. Your mother doesn't want us to see each other? Why? Because of what happened with Kevin?
Josie: Not exactly.
Matt: Well, then it's me. What did I do?
Josie: Nothing. She just doesn't trust me, that's all.
Matt: Or me, I guess, right?
Matt: Well, I'm going to make her change her mind. I'm going to wait here till she gets back.
Josie: No! No, she'd be furious if she knew you were here.
Matt: Look, I'm not afraid of her. I can make her understand why we're just friends.
Josie: Believe me, you canít. Besides, I think your family probably needs you now.
Josie: Don't you know?
Josie: I thought you knew.
Matt: What? I left so early to go visit Kevin, I didn't see anyone this morning. Mac must be a wreck. Amanda -- wait. I've got to go. The thing about your mother --
Josie: Don't worry about it. Just go. It's ok.
Singer: I can't believe this pain it's driving me insane without your touch life will be lonely so raise your hands to heaven
Josie: Go. Go on.
Singer: And pray that we'll be back together someday and tonight I need your sweet caress hold me in the darkness
Nicole: Yes, Iíd like to make a person-to-person call to the Persian Gulf. What? Four hours? Well, why the delay? Yes, but this is very important. I see. Thank you.
Sam: Yeah, I was there.
Mac: Did you see Drew?
Sam: Yeah, I saw him.
Mac: What happened?
Sam: He said some things about Amanda.
Mac: Like what?
Sam: You don't want to know.
Mac: Sam, what happened then?
Sam: I clipped him one. I couldn't help myself.
Mac: When you left, was he --
Sam: He was hurt, Mac. But he was very much alive. You believe me?
Sam: Yeah, well, I'm not so sure the cops will.
Mac: You may be right.
Sam: I can't take that chance, Mac. I got to take care of Amanda and Alli. I love them too much.
[Knock on door]
Rick: Yeah, we're here to see Amanda Fowler.
Sam: Who are you?
Rick: Bay City police. I'm detective Graham. This is detective Walker.
Courtney: Hello, Amanda.
Amanda: Courtney, this is my father, Mac Cory.
Courtney: Ah, yes. We met last night.
Mac: What seems to be the problem?
Rick: Well, we're here to ask your daughter some questions about Drew Marstenís disappearance.
Sam: She doesn't know anything about it.
Amanda: Sam --
Courtney: Amanda, we found this in Marstenís suite. Does this belong to you? It's engraved with your first name.
Amanda: Well --
Mac: She doesn't have to answer any questions until my attorney is present.
Courtney: Of course. Zack Edwards?
Mac: That's right. Unfortunately, he's out of town for a couple of days.
Courtney: Well, this questioning can wait till he gets back. Say, Thursday at the station?
Mac: Good. He'll be back by then. Thank you.
Amanda: I'll be there, but I don't know anything --
Mac: Amanda. We'll be there.
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