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Another World Transcript Monday 7/26/04

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Jamie: Hi, Felicia? Hi, it's Jamie. Yeah, I'm at the farm, uh-huh, uh-huh. Yeah, Lisaís going to pick me up here, mm-hmm. Don't worry, Iíll find a way to get us over there, ok? Don't worry, we'll get there.

[Car approaches]

Jamie: Wait, that's her car, I think. Yes! Got to go, bye. Ok.

[Jamie chuckles]

Jamie: Hi!

Lisa: Hi.

Jamie: Would you like a beer?

Lisa: No, I don't want a beer.

Jamie: Well, it's kind of hot out there.

Lisa: Is this your idea of elopement romance?

Jamie: Oh, oh -- you look beautiful.

Lisa: That's better.

Jamie: I mean, really beautiful.

Lisa: That's great. Come on, let's go get married.

Jamie: Ok. Hold on, hold on, hold on.

Lisa: Whose white dinner jacket?

Jamie: Mine.

Lisa: Oh, we're having a formal elopement?

Jamie: Well, I thought we'd have dinner before we left.

Lisa: What?

Jamie: Yeah, well, you don't want to get married on an empty stomach, do you?

Lisa: Well, I thought we'd have something later.

Jamie: Well, we'll have something afterwards, also. Come on, I already made the reservations.

Lisa: Where?

Jamie: Tops.

Lisa: Tops? Jamie, what if Felicia and Mitch and everybody else we know is there?

Jamie: Oh, come on. We're just going to be having dinner. They'll never notice.

Lisa: You're wearing a white dinner jacket and they will never notice?

Jamie: You won't regret it. I promise.

Lisa: All right, I won't regret anything about tonight. Hey, Josie.

Josie: Hi.

Jamie: Oh. Hi.

Josie: It's tonight, isn't it?

Jamie: Don't tell a soul!

Josie: I wonít. I think it's the most romantic thing in the whole world.

Lisa: I'm glad you said that because nobody understands why I don't want a big church wedding.

Josie: Are you kidding? Going off in the middle of the night to marry the man you love? Oh, it's right out of a book.

Jamie: It is, isn't it? It's true.

Lisa: Well, it's going to be great! Now let's go!

Josie: Bye!

Jamie: Bye.

Vicky: Hi. Hope Iím not late.

Sam: No, you're not late. As a matter of fact, I just realized we only have one diaper left.

Vicky: Uh-oh.

Sam: Yeah, so Iím going to the drugstore.

Amanda: Ok. Come on in, Vicky.

Sam: I'll see you guys later.

Amanda: She's almost ready to go to sleep. She just needs to finish her bottle.

Vicky: Oh, I know the routine.

Amanda: I guess you do. You've been sitting for her so much.

Vicky: Well, I don't mind at all.

Amanda: I'm sorry I was so late yesterday. I didn't mean to be.

Vicky: Oh, please. Alli and I got along just great. Didn't we, sweetie?

Amanda: Well -- you know, I tried calling Josie, but her mother's grounded her or something, so --

Vicky: Amanda, don't worry about it.

Amanda: I do worry about it. You've been sitting for her so much. And now we're going off to Jamie and Lisaís engagement party --

Vicky: Yeah, well, that's fine. I mean, he's your brother and you shouldn't miss his engagement party because of me. And besides, Iím your friend.

Amanda: Look, if you get hungry, there's some cold pizza in the fridge, so -- Vicky?

Vicky: Oh, I'm sorry. Really, it's just -- anything with garlic --

Amanda: I got like that whenever I was -- Vicky, you said that you've been feeling really tired and sick to your stomach lately?

Vicky: It's just the heat.

Amanda: Vicky --

Vicky: What?

Amanda: Are you pregnant?

Mac: I'm glad we're having this party tonight. Well, the timing's perfect.

Rachel: How can you say that after everything that's happened?

Mac: I look upon Drew's disappearance as a breather. I intend to enjoy it.

Felicia: Hi.

Rachel: Hi.

Mac: Hi, Felicia.

Felicia: Well, I talked to Jamie.

Rachel: How does he sound?

Felicia: Fine. Lisa had just gotten to the farm to pick him up, so they should be here soon. We're right on schedule.

Mac: Great.

Rachel: It seems strange to be planning just an elopement party instead of a full wedding.

Felicia: I know, I know, but this is what they wanted, and I guess our job is to make it the best party ever.

Mac: I totally agree.

Rachel: I hope he didn't decide to elope because of everything that's happened.

Felicia: Oh, no, Rachel. I'm sure it's not that.

Mac: Well, you know, let's not dwell on Drewís disappearance tonight.

Rachel: I'm sorry, I can't help it. The police questioned Amanda yesterday.

Felicia: Amanda? Why?

Rachel: Apparently they think she had something to do with Drew Marstenís disappearance.

Rick: Is forensics done with it?

Courtney: That's the good news.

Rick: Well, where are the results?

Courtney: Well, I talked to Anita downstairs. She said they're all backed up. It could be hours.

Rick: She promised me those results yesterday! Did you reminder her we're dealing with a possible homicide here?

Courtney: I reminded her, Rick.

Rick: I've been over the transcripts of Amanda Fowler's statement a million times --

Courtney: And she didn't say anything about a gun or the mess the apartment was in.

Rick: Why should she? I didn't question her about those things.

Courtney: I was wondering why you didn't.

Rick: I wanted to wait for forensics before I took my hand in front of Zack Edwards.

Courtney: Look, from what we have found out about Drew Marsten, I would say he had a lot of enemies.

Rick: She admits being in that apartment the night before he disappeared. If her prints are on this thing, I'm going to bring her in.

Amanda: Am I right?

Vicky: You know, that's the problem with all you women that have babies. You want everyone else to be pregnant, too.

Amanda: I don't want you to be if you don't want to be.

Vicky: Yeah -- Amanda, I didn't know I would be so sick all the time.

Amanda: Vicky, how far along are you?

Vicky: Well, what does that matter?

Amanda: I'm just asking, because morning sickness usually goes away after the first four months. I'm just trying to give you some hope.

Vicky: Oh. Yeah. I should be there soon, then.

Amanda: Is the baby Jamieís?

Vicky: Amanda, I don't sleep around.

Amanda: I canít' believe this. I can't believe he agreed to marry Lisa knowing that you're carrying his child.

Vicky: No, he didn't know.

Amanda: What?

Vicky: It wouldn't make any difference.

Amanda: Vicky, he has to know.

Vicky: I told him that I was pregnant about a month ago, and he found out I hadn't even gotten a test taken yet. I made it up because I wanted him to care more for me, and I guess the last laugh was on me.

Amanda: Well, what did he say?

Vicky: He was furious, of course, and that's when he went back to Lisa and -- I don't know, I can't go back to him now and tell him because this time it's the truth and he wouldn't believe me.

Amanda: Vicky, you've got to do something.

Vicky: I did. I told Lisa.

Amanda: Lisa?

Vicky: Yeah, and I saw her about a week ago, and she begged me not to tell Jamie, and I doubt that means that she's going to go to him and have a real heart-to-heart.

Amanda: A week ago? I can't believe this. I can't believe that she would keep that from him.

Vicky: Yeah -- look, Amanda, forget about it, ok?

Amanda: No, I canít.

Vicky: I'll handle this somehow.

Sam: Well, I'm back with the reinforcements. Aren't you ready?

Amanda: Yeah. Yeah, I guess.

Sam: Well, we got to get going. Remember, we got to pick up Julie Ann.

Vicky: Amanda, go. I'll be fine.

Amanda: Ok. There's some tea up there and some little crackers.

Sam: Did you tell her about the pizza?

Amanda: Yeah, she doesn't want it.

Sam: Ok.

Amanda: I guess I'm ready.

Sam: Well, thanks a lot. See you later.

Vicky: Hey, have fun tonight.

Vicky: Well, sweetie, I guess it's just you and me, little baby. Yes, sirree, just the three of us.

Rick: I know we had some good prints on that gun.

Courtney: Don't you think this is kind of a stretch to pin this on Amanda Fowler?

Rick: Why? Because she's rich?

Courtney: No. Because of the kind of person she is. Because she doesn't have any sort of priors. She probably never even colored outside the lines.

Rick: Doesn't make any difference. Marsten was going to use her to take her father's company away. The whole Cory Empireís gone because she made some stupid mistake. Sounds like a motive to me.

Courtney: Ok, what would you charge her with?

Rick: Attempted murder, to start.

Courtney: Well, it would be a whole lot easier if you had a body.

Rick: Oh, we'll find a body.

Courtney: Why are you so sure?

Rick: Look, Marstenís blood was in that room, right? How's he going to leave town without somebody noticing? And even if he could, why would he do it now? Mac Cory was just about to fold under the pressure and turn over that company.

Courtney: All right. There has to be something that she didn't tell us. I mean, it's all circumstantial right now. Why did Mac Cory give in? Why didn't they call the police when she confessed about the attack?

Rick: I don't know. But if her prints are on that thing, then she had the means.

Courtney: You're really going to do this, aren't you?

Rick: As soon as those results come back. If they ever do.

Sharlene: Oh, Felicia. I think the buffet is all ready.

Felicia: Ok. Thanks, Sharlene. Could you do me one other favor?

Sharlene: Yeah.

Felicia: Tell Andrť that the food must be ready at 9:00.

Sharlene: Sure.

Felicia: She's a little more quiet than usual tonight.

Mitch: So are Mac and Rachel.

Felicia: Yeah. I think that's probably because of this whole Marsten thing.

Mitch: Yeah, I know. I guess the news is out.

Felicia: Yeah. You know what? I'm glad it's over. I mean, I don't wish to speak ill of the dead, but at least he can't do any more harm.

Mitch: I don't know about that.

Felicia: What do you mean?

Mitch: I just don't think that we might have heard the last of Mr. Marsten.

Rachel: It looks wonderful, doesn't it? Doesn't seem quiet real, though.

Mac: I want it to be a wonderful evening for all of us. It's all the celebrating we're going to get.

Rachel: I know. I so wanted to give him a beautiful wedding.

Mac: All the more reason to have a good time tonight and not burden Jamie with our problems on his wedding day.

Rachel: You're right.

Mac: Well, the first arrivals.

Rachel: Oh, Jason -- that's not a good omen.

Mac: The woman with him is very interesting.

Rachel: Yes, if you like cupcakes.

Mac: Hmm. You're absolutely right.

Jason: Yes, we are the first ones to arrive. There is my sister. Sharlene.

Sharlene: Hi. Sharlene.

Sheila: Hi.

Sharlene: Jason's sister. You're Sheila?

Sheila: Yes. I love your outfit. It's really funky.

Jason: Why are you in a uniform?

Sharlene: Because I'm working tonight, that's why.

Sheila: I'm going to go to the little girls' room, honey.

Jason: Good.

Sharlene: Yeah, right --

Jason: I don't believe this.

Sharlene: I couldn't, either.

Jason: It is your nephew's engagement party and Rachel has you wearing a uniform and working at it?

Sharlene: Where do you think you're going?

Jason: I am going to tell Rachel exactly what I think.

Sharlene: Donít. Jason --

Jason: Why not?

Sharlene: Because I said donít. I don't want any trouble.

Jason: It is your nephew's engagement party, and Rachel has you dressed up in a pretty little costume so you can go around and wait on people.

Sharlene: I just don't think it occurred to anybody, Jason! I'm new in town. People forget things.

Jason: You just took it. You didn't say anything, did you?

Sharlene: Look, I don't even think it occurred to me. I don't know Jamie anymore. He seems more like a Cory than a Frame.

Jason: How am I supposed to sit at this party with you in that uniform walking around waiting on people?

Sharlene: Why don't you concentrate on your date? She looks real diverting, Jase.

Jason: Yeah, she's diverting.

Sharlene: Yeah. I didn't think you went in for the airhead type.

Jason: Just because she knows who's boss doesn't make her some airhead. Better than the other type who always tries to tell you what to do and what shots -- calls everything.

Sharlene: So Chris turned you down, huh?

Jason: No, Chris is babysitting the Hudsonís.

Sheila: Hi, honey. Did you miss me?

Jason: Oh, more than you possibly know. Excuse us, please.

Michael: Rachel.

Rachel: There you are.

Michael: Mac, how are you? Good to see you.

Donna: Oh. Hi. I can't believe this young man is Matthew.

Matt: Ah, tell my mother that.

Rachel: He's pretty cute, isn't he?

Donna: Hmm.

Mac: Have you heard from Cass?

Michael: No, not yet.

Mac: Hmm.

Rachel: Matthew, could you help me with something?

Matt: Certainly.

Rachel: Sweetie, you know how important this evening is to Jamie and Lisa.

Matt: I know.

Rachel: Ok. Well, then promise me that you will not duck out early to go see Josie.

Matt: Mom --

Rachel: Honey, Jamieís your brother, he's getting married.

Matt: Mm-hmm.

Rachel: It's a family function, and you're part of the family. You belong here.

Matt: I know. I would have brought Josie with me if she hadn't been grounded by her mom.

Rachel: I know. That would have been fine, but she's not here, so please, stay here. Don't go to see her, ok?

Matt: Ok.

Rachel: Excuse me, that's Zack and I need to talk to him.

Matt: Sure.

[Phone rings]

Josie: Hello.

Matt: Hi. It's Matt.

Josie: Matthew!

Matt: My mom just gave me the word -- I cannot get out of this party. Are you sure you can't make it?

Josie: Oh, I'm sure.

Matt: That's too bad.

Josie: I saw Jamie and Lisa before they left.

Matt: Oh, yeah?

Josie: She doesn't know a thing about the party.

Matt: Oh, good, good.

Josie: I'm sure you're going to have a good time tonight. They look so happy.

Matt: Are you sure you can't make it? I miss you, you know.

Josie: I miss you, too. Have a good time for the both of us, ok?

Matt: All right.

Josie: Ok, bye.

Matt: Bye-bye

Chris: You know, your niece Marley -- she seems a really lovely person.

John: Yeah, well, maybe a little too lovely.

Chris: What do you mean?

John: Oh, well, it's that husband of hers, Jake. I don't know about him.

Chris: Well, she seemed happy enough to see him when he came to pick her up tonight.

John: Yeah, I know, but --

Chris: You know, I would think you'd like someone like Jake.

John: Why?

Chris: Well, he's got a bit of the common touch.

John: You call that the common touch?

Chris: Well, don't you?

John: No. I think he's taken years to perfect that act. Full house.

Chris: Ugh!

John: You're awfully lucky that Iím here tonight. You know that? Someone has to look out for you. You're awfully gullible.

Chris: Oh. I didn't invite you over here tonight to look out for me, or to beat me at poker. I invited you over because -- well, I like your company.

John: Mm-hmm. And as luck would have it, I'm free.

Chris: You don't go out much, do you?

John: No, no, not much.

Chris: Well, don't you get depressed on that boat every night?

John: Depression is an old friend of mine. It's the other stuff that scares me.

Chris: My brother Tony wrote me a letter. He said he -- he was glad because he was getting numb inside. That really scared me. Do you know about that stuff? Numbness?

John: Yeah. It's the worst part of -- of being in Vietnam. It's numbness, and it never goes away.

Chris: I wish I could know what you're feeling -- or not feeling.

John: You never will.

Chris: Why not?

John: Well, aside from the fact that you were never there, you're a different kind of person than I am.

Chris: What do you mean by that?

John: Well, there's just -- I don't know. There's a different kind of energy about you that I know nothing about.

Chris: Energy? What do you mean?

John: Well, you don't get angry. Straight.

Chris: I get angry. You're about to see me get very angry.

John: I don't mean that kind of anger.

Chris: Oh, you mean the big stuff?

John: Yeah.

Chris: Nah, not me. I decided a long time ago I was not going to take life seriously.

John: Oh, yeah?

Chris: Yeah. Haven't you noticed? Life is just a big joke. And the punch line is a real killer. So what's the point? I say. Why get bent out of shape? Why get angry?

John: You know, maybe I was wrong about you. Maybe I'm more like you than I thought.

Chris: Oh, no!

John: Mm-hmm.

Chris: Not that!

John: Yeah. You keep your feelings buried, don't you? Way deep down inside.

Chris: Yeah, most of them. There are some of them, though, that I can't hide, I can't cover them up. Here, it's your deal.

Chris: What -- oh Ė

Matt: Excuse me, Mrs. Watts.

Sharlene: Well, hello, Matthew.

Matt: Hi. Can I talk to you for a minute?

Sharlene: I'm pretty busy.

Matt: Look, I just want to know why you were so against me and Josie.

Sharlene: I should think that'd be pretty obvious.

Matt: I don't understand.

Sharlene: That's just the problem. You donít.

Jason: Rachel.

Rachel: Hello, Jason. Good to see you.

Jason: Sure, sure.

Rachel: It is. You're Jamieís uncle.

Jason: Come on.

Rachel: Jason, I thought you said everything you had to say to me yesterday.

Jason: Oh, I got a little more.

Rachel: This isn't the time or the place.

Jason: How can you let Jamieís aunt work his engagement party?

Rachel: What are you talking about? Sharlene!

Jason: That's right. Sharlene. I know you want to eliminate every Frame in existence, but --

Rachel: I'm sorry. I wasn't thinking. I'll apologize to her. Where is she?

Jason: You're not going to take Josie out of Matt's life, either.

Rachel: It wasn't me. Sharlene started that.

Jason: But she played right into your hands, just like she's doing tonight. I won't let it happen anymore, lady.

Rachel: Right. Ok, Jason.

Mitch: Is there a problem?

Rachel: Uh -- no. Jason thinks Iím trying to prevent his niece from dating Matthew. I've got to find Sharlene.

Mitch: Wait, wait, well, how is she? Matthew hasn't said anything to me.

Rachel: Sharlene's daughter. Excuse me.

Mitch: Well, is there something wrong? Is there some reason why he shouldn't be dating her?

Rachel: No. She's a lovely girl. She's a Frame. And it's causing problems. And I've got enough problems in my family right now.

Mitch: But wait, wait -- why is it that I don't know anything about this?

Rachel: Mitch, just go along with us on this one, ok? You had enough trouble with Janis Frame. You ought to understand my point of view.

Felicia: Surprise!

All: Surprise!

["Wedding march" plays]

Rachel: I've got to talk to Jamie.

Ada: We are late. They're here.

Rachel: Amanda!

Sam: I'm sorry. We missed the surprise.

Rachel: Did you decide not to bring Alli?

Sam: Oh. Jamie.

Amanda: No. Vicky is watching her.

Rachel: Well, honey, when you get a chance, I want to talk to you later, ok?

Amanda: Sure.

Rachel: Thanks.

Julie Ann: Oh, Lisa and Jamie look so happy. They don't have a single doubt about getting married.

Amanda: No, they probably donít.

Jamie: So are you mad at me?

Lisa: You knew about this whole thing the whole time!

Jamie: Well, Felicia said she wouldn't let us go without throwing a party for us, and she knew that I was the easiest one to convince.

Lisa: And all that stuff about your surgical sur-- schedule!

Jamie: A white lie, that's all.

Lisa: Is that the way we're going to start married life, if we ever get there?

Jamie: Now, wait a minute. I promised you, by midnight tonight, we will be married.

[Jamie laughs]

Felicia: Excuse me.

Lisa: Oh!

Felicia: You do understand about all this, don't you?

Lisa: Of course I do.

Jamie: Listen, I have to find mom. I'll be right back, ok?

Felicia: Thanks, honey. Well, you ready for the big step?

Lisa: Oh, you don't know how ready.

Felicia: Now, look, now that you're getting married, you think you could level with me about something?

Lisa: What?

Felicia: Why are you doing this elopement thing? Why are you in such a hurry?

Lisa: All I want is to be married to Jamie. I don't need all the trappings.

Felicia: Lisa?

Lisa: Besides, you should be planning your own wedding.

Felicia: Lisa --

Mitch: You're absolutely right. I couldn't agree with you more.

Felicia: Thank you. You tricked me.

Rachel: Sharlene, I'm terribly sorry. I really apologize for this. Couldn't you get somebody to cover for you and join the party?

Sharlene: I don't see any reason to do that.

Rachel: Why not?

Sharlene: Because I know you've got me right where you want me.

Rachel: It was a mistake, Sharlene. I'm apologizing.

Sharlene: And that's all it takes, huh?

Rachel: Please don't be like this. We have enough problems with Matthew and Josie.

Sharlene: If I have my say, Matthew and Josie are going to be nothing. And don't go getting in an uproar, because I know you want it that way, too.

Jamie: Mom?

Rachel: Hi, sweetie.

Jamie: This is a great party.

Rachel: Oh, good. I'm glad you think so.

Jamie: Is everything ok?

Rachel: Yeah. You're getting married tonight, and I haven't even hugged you yet. I want you to be happy, ok?

Jamie: Oh, mama, I am happy. I have the right girl now, I know it.

[Phone rings]

Chris: John, the phone is ringing.

John: Let it ring.

Chris: No.

John: No, let it --

Chris: It might be Donna asking for Mikey. Hello. Stop that. No, not you. I'm sorry. Who is this, please?

Vicky: It's Vicky Hudson. Hey, do I have the wrong number?

Chris: No, Vicky. This is Chris Macaleer. I'm taking care of Mikey tonight.

Vicky: Oh. Well, then I guess that means Marleyís not there?

Chris: No. I mean, yes, right. Marley is not here. Can I take a message?

Vicky: No. I just wanted to talk. Everything ok there?

Chris: Oh, yes. Everything is just fine.

Vicky: Well, talk to you later. Bye.

Chris: Goodbye.

John: Now, where were we?

Vicky: Isn't that great now? Marley's out with Jake, and mommy's out with daddy. And of course, Jamieís got Lisa. Guess everyone has somebody except me. I don't want to do this alone.

Chris: We can't do this.

John: Why?

Chris: Donna and Michael might come home any time.

John: Chris, what are you afraid of? Is it me? Come on, what are you feeling?

Chris: I don't know. John, I know I asked you to come here tonight, but -- would --

John: You want me to leave?

Chris: Please?

John: Listen, whatever it is that you're feeling, I can help.

Chris: I don't think anybody can.

John: I can try.

Chris: I can't even talk about it, John. I know that if anyone could help it's you, and I really appreciate your wanting to try. I can't even talk about it. Please go.

John: I hope you'll be all right.

Rick: That was Anita in forensics. They're going to have a make on those prints any minute.

Courtney: Good.

Rick: Good for us. I'm not sure how good it is for Mac Coryís daughter.

Sam: Amanda? What is it? Hey, tell me what's wrong.

Amanda: I just had to get out of there for a while.

Sam: What is it? Are you worried about yesterday? Is that it?

Amanda: No, no. I wasn't even thinking about that.

Sam: Ok, then what is it?

Amanda: I was just thinking about when I found out that I was pregnant and I didn't think that you cared about me.

Sam: Amanda, why are you thinking about that now? I thought that it was all behind us.

Amanda: I don't know what I would have done if I had to have Alli all by myself and raise her all alone.

Sam: But that didn't happen.

Amanda: I am so lucky. No matter what happens, I am so lucky to have you.

Sam: Amanda, everything's going to be fine, I promise.

Amanda: Nobody should have to raise a child alone without a real family. Nobody should have to go through that. I better get back in there.

Michael: Actually, I don't expect to hear from Cass. I think the Marsten disappearance put all this business on hold.

Mac: Uh-huh.

Michael: Mac, is there anything else I can do?

Mac: No, I don't think so. Just let me know if you hear anything.

Michael: Sure.

Mac: Thank you. Would you two excuse me?

Donna: Oh, yes, of course.

Michael: Yeah.

Mac: See you later.

Donna: Oh, poor Mac. This has affected his family more than any of us.

Michael: I think we're very lucky, Donna.

Donna: Yeah.

Michael: Are you having a good time?

Donna: Yes.

Michael: But what? What? I hear a "but."

Donna: Well, I'd just rather be alone with you.

Michael: Well, I think that can be arranged.

Donna: Oh, yeah?

Michael: Yeah.

Donna: Look, I know that I haven't wanted to go out of the suite very much lately. But with Drew Marsten -- I don't know -- having disappeared, I guess I just feel relieved.

Michael: Yeah.

Donna: Ah.

Michael: Oh.

Sharlene: Excuse me, Michael. There's a phone call for you. And you can take it right over here.

Michael: Thank you, Sharlene.

Sharlene: Sure.

Donna: Michael, a phone call? I mean, you don't think anything's wrong, do you?

Michael: Oh, no, no, no. Come on, it's my office, I'm sure. I left the number with my office. It's only them.

Donna: All right.

Michael: I'll get the call. You wait right here?

Donna: Yes, I will.

Michael: Ok, I'll be back.

Donna: Ok.

Mac: Is there anything you can tell us, Zack? Amanda wouldn't say a word about yesterday.

Zack: Well, Mac, it's a little more complicated than that.

Rachel: Why?

Zack: I wish I could tell you about it, but I canít.

Rachel: I'm sorry. I'm so worried about her.

Zack: What I can tell you is that Amanda has done nothing wrong, ok?

Mac: But do the police believe that?

Zack: I think they're going to handle the whole situation. I think it will be straightened out soon.

Rachel: Good.

Mitch: Hey.

Matt: Oh, hi.

Mitch: So I haven't seen you for a while.

Matt: Oh.

Mitch: Talk.

Matt: Oh, yeah, sorry. I've been kind of busy.

Mitch: With Josie?

Matt: Oh, Mom told you, too. Yeah.

Mitch: No, no, no, no. No, I heard her talking with Jason, that's all.

Matt: You know, she's never been like this before.

Mitch: Well, how is she, like, being?

Matt: Well, she's making a big deal about the fact that Josie is a Frame, not considering that she's a person -- just a Frame.

Mitch: Matthew --

Matt: What?

Mitch: There's a lot of history there. There's a lot that's gone on. There's a lot that you don't know.

Matt: I know, I know, I know. Let's see -- Steven Frame was married to mom. That's Jamieís dad, blah, blah, blah. So what?

Mitch: Yeah, and there's more to it.

Matt: What, you, too? You got --

Mitch: Matthew --

Matt: What -- no. I don't need this. Ugh.

Ada: Hey, hey, Matthew.

Matt: Sorry, grandma.

Ada: Whoa, whoa, what's the matter, sweetheart?

Matt: Nothing.

Ada: Pee wee Hermanís a sex symbol.

Matt: Do you hate Josie, too?

Ada: No, I don't, and neither does anybody else!

Matt: Well, I'm not sure about that. Everybody is against us.

Ada: Is she that important to you?

Matt: Well, I'm beginning to think so.

Ada: Oh. So soon.

Matt: Oh -- see? I can't believe this. Every time I mention the girl's name, someone gives me that look on their face. Even dad. I mean, the first thing mom said to me when I came in the door is that "you are staying here at this party and you cannot see Josie."

Ada: Mothers are like that. Nobody is ever good enough for their little bitty baby boy.

Matt: Oh -- ok. What about Mac? Did you think he was good enough for mom?

Ada: Well, your mother was a little more grown up than you are --

[Matthew groans]

Ada: When she met Mac. She was sure of how she felt.

Matt: Well, I think I'm pretty sure about it, too.

Ada: Matthew Ė

Chris: Oh, Michael --

Michael: Chris, what is it? What's wrong?

Chris: Thank you for coming. I -- I hope I didn't alarm you too much.

Michael: Alarm me? No, the guards are outside. What happened?

Chris: Does Donna know you're here?

Michael: No, I --

Chris: Oh, good.

Michael: I made some excuse. Look, what is it? What's the matter? Is it Mikey?

Chris: No, no, I just checked on him. He's fine.

Michael: Well, then what? Chris, you sounded so upset. When you talked to me on the phone, you said you needed me. What --

Chris: I do. Oh, Michael, I do.

Michael: Chris, control yourself. What is it?

Chris: Michael, I called you because I need you, because I love you.

Michael: What?

Chris: I love you, Michael.

Felicia: So you're sure that Michael might come back?

Donna: Oh -- oh, yes! Well, the phone call was from New York.

Felicia: Oh.

Donna: He just had to go back to the suite, get something, and he'll be back.

Felicia: Good, because I didn't even get to say hi to him.

Donna: Oh, I know. Well, you have been so busy here with this party.

Felicia: Yeah.

Donna: And I have to tell you, everyone is having a lovely time.

Felicia: I hope so.

Donna: Yes. I mean, look at Jamie and Lisa. They look so happy.

Felicia: You believe this is their wedding day?

Donna: Hmm, I know. Speaking of weddings --

Felicia: Hi.

Donna: You know, I have been expecting an invitation in my mailbox, but --

Felicia: Yeah. She's so subtle, isn't she? Actually, you're going to get one very soon.

Donna: Oh, I will?

Mitch: She will?

Felicia: Yes. She will. In fact, it's an invitation to a September wedding.

Donna: You're kidding! Oh, that's wonderful! All weddings are just beautiful. Well, can I spread the word?

Felicia: Sure, you can. That's a good idea.

Donna: Well, if you don't mind, I think I'll think Iíll start right now. Oh! I'm so happy for you two! Excuse me.

Felicia: Ok.

Mitch: September?

Felicia: I know.

Mitch: September, like September, next month?

Felicia: Right.

Mitch: Look, are you sure that this isn't something that I forced you into, that I've rushed you into?

Felicia: Of course you have, because you're so wonderful and gorgeous and loving and handsome and exactly what I need in a husband.

Mitch: You don't mind if I give you a kiss in front of all these people, do you?

Felicia: If you don't, I'll bounce your golf clubs.

[Jamie chuckles]

Lisa: How about some more champagne?

Jamie: Oh, definitely. I'll be right back.

Lisa: Ok.

Amanda: Lisa?

Lisa: Amanda, I can't believe you knew about this and didn't say anything.

Amanda: Can I talk to you for a minute?

Lisa: Sure.

Amanda: I know that you love Jamie very much. And I want nothing but the best for both of you.

Lisa: Thank you.

Amanda: But I also know that Vickyís pregnant.

Lisa: You do?

Amanda: I think Jamie has a right to know before he marries you. And I think you better tell him before somebody else does.

Lisa: What --

Jamie: What are you two talking about so seriously?

Amanda: Hi, Jamie.

Jamie: Hi.

Lisa: What a great time we're having.

Amanda: Yeah. Well, remember what I said. Bye, Jamie. I'll talk to you later.

Jamie: What's the matter with her?

Lisa: I don't know.

Jamie: Well, maybe I'd better find out, huh?

Lisa: Jamie --

Jamie: Yeah?

Mac: Ladies and gentlemen, may I have your attention, please? If I may interrupt the festivities, the time has come to toast the bride- and groom-to-be.

Rachel: Where is he?

Sharlene: Matthew, you mean? I was wondering the same thing myself.

[Knock on door]

Josie: Coming. Matthew. What are you doing here?

Matt: I -- I couldn't stay at the party.

Josie: I missed you. Well, I must look terrible.

Matt: No, no, no, no. You look beautiful.

Matt: I can't stay.

Josie: That's ok.

Matt: Listen, I want to tell you something. I am not afraid of our families.

Josie: You're not?

Matt: I will not let them keep us apart.

Josie: Matthew Ė

Mac: And I know you'll all join me in wishing them a long and happy life together. We've already seen the happiness and the honesty they have between them. So we know the joy the future holds for them. To Lisa and Jamie.

All: Lisa and Jamie!

Woman: Yay!

Lisa: I need some air.

Vicky: You know, I probably shouldn't have told your mommy about me. I saw how upset she was. It's just that Iíve got this incredible thing happening inside me and I can't even tell anyone about it. I don't know how something so little could make me feel so sad. But so happy, too, and so sick, all at the same time. Oh. Time for you to go night-night. Oh.

[Alli cries]

Vicky: You know, I love you already, whoever you are. Please, be Jamieís. No, no, that doesn't matter, because whoever you are in there I am going to love you and take care of you. You're never going to be lonely. You're never going to feel the way I feel right now.

Jamie: Lisa?

Lisa: I'm sorry, Jamie.

Jamie: Oh, no, it's ok. Is there something wrong?

Lisa: Yes.

Jamie: Talk to me.

Lisa: The reason I wanted to elope, the reason I didn't want a big wedding, it's because --

Jamie: Because what?

Lisa: I didn't want everybody to see me crying because Iím so happy.

Jamie: Lisa, I'm so happy, too.

Lisa: I love you so much, Jamie.

[Jamie laughs]

Lisa: I'd do anything to be your wife.

Jamie: Yeah.

Lisa: Anything.

Jamie: Yes, that's good, because from where Iím standing you don't have much choice in the matter. I love you. You make my life important. And I want to do everything humanly possible to make you happy.

Mac: I think everything's going to be all right.

Felicia: Oh.

[Applause]

Amanda: She didn't tell him.

Sam: Amanda, where are you going?

Rick: They finally ID'd those prints.

Courtney: Not Amanda Cory?

Rick: No. Check it out.

Courtney: Mac Coryís prints were on the gun?

Rick: It figures, doesn't it? Amanda said Mac knew what Marsten had done to her.

Courtney: Rick, what are you going to do?

Rick: The only thing I can do -- pick him up. Come on.

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