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Another World Transcript Wednesday 7/28/04
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Proofread by Daniel
Josie: It's a beautiful moon.
Matt: Mm-hmm. I'm really glad I came out here tonight.
Josie: Yeah, your mom's probably going to have a fit when you get home.
Josie: Oh, no!
Josie: My mom's car! I mean, she's going to see your car when she pulls up!
Matt: Oh, no, no, no, no, I parked off the road near some trees. Don't worry.
Josie: I hate this.
Matt: Look, I told you I am not going to let our parents get away with keeping us apart.
Josie: I don't know that we have much choice.
Matt: Whatever problems our parents had has nothing to do with us. Once they realize that, they'll leave us alone.
Josie: You make it seem so easy.
Matt: It is. Oh, someday we won't have to hide what we really feel.
Josie: Which is?
Matt: Well, I care about you a lot.
Josie: I -- I feel the same way.
Matt: Well, that's all that matters, right?
Matt: Oh, that's a good breeze there.
Josie: Yeah. Are you sure you should've left the party?
Matt: Absolutely. Spent the whole time thinking about you.
Josie: I hope you didn't miss anything important.
Matt: Oh, no, just the toast. I'm sure it was pretty uneventful.
Sam: She's out like a light.
Amanda: Well, Vicky said that she didn't sleep all night. I guess it caught up to her.
Sam: Vicky must've been real sick if she got Alli together and brought her all the way to Tops.
Amanda: Yeah, I guess.
Sam: So, it was a fun party, wasn't it?
Sam: Hey, Amanda? What's wrong with you?
Sam: Come on. You've been upset all night long.
Amanda: I guess I'm just a little depressed, that's all.
Sam: What, about Jamie getting married?
Amanda: Yeah, well, you know, I guess I figured Iím married, and Jamieís married, almost. Next, it's going to be Matthew.
Sam: What's so bad about that?
Amanda: Nothing. I'm just a little sad.
[Knock on door]
Amanda: I'll get over it. Think that could be Vicky?
Sam: I don't know. Let's find out. What are you two guys doing here?
Jamie: I'm sorry, but there's something that --
Sam: Shh, shh.
Jamie: The two of you should know.
Amanda: What happened?
Jamie: It's Mac.
Amanda: Is he all right?
Jamie: He's been taken down for questioning by the police.
Lisa: They said it couldn't wait. They're down there now.
Amanda: Is mom with him?
Jamie: Yes, she is.
Amanda: I'm going down there.
Sam: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Amanda, look, let's wait till your mom calls. There's nothing you can do.
Amanda: I have to be with my father. Do you understand?
Rachel: How can they keep us waiting like this?
Mac: Afraid they can do anything they want, darling.
Rachel: But they pull you out of a family gathering in order to question you, and then they keep us waiting like this?
Mac: Well, they tried to be helpful. They waited for me. They didn't make a scene at the party.
Rachel: What -- what do you think they're going to ask you?
Mac: I'm not sure, and I don't know what I can tell them.
Zack: Have they been out at all?
Rachel and Mac: No.
Mac: I wonder what's going on.
Zack: I don't know, but I wish --
Courtney: Mr. Cory, we're ready for you now.
Mac: I'll be fine, sweetheart. Don't worry.
Zack: It'll be all right.
Rick: All right, let's get to it.
Amanda: Sam, what about Alli?
Sam: I'll call Vicky; see if she feels any better.
Amanda: No, she's feeling terrible. We can't call her.
Jamie: Lisa, why don't you stay here and watch the baby?
Jamie: Yes. Why not?
Lisa: Well, I want to be with you.
Jamie: Lisa, this is no time to be thinking about our elopement, now is it?
Lisa: That's not what I was thinking about. I was thinking about being with you and your family because of Mac.
Sam: Guys, guys? It's ok. I'll stay, all right?
Jamie: No, you need to be with Amanda.
Amanda: Lisa, if you wouldn't mind --
Lisa: It's ok!
Lisa: I'll stay.
Amanda: Did they say why they brought daddy in?
Jamie: No, but it must be serious if they had to do it tonight. Come on.
Sam: Let's get going, all right?
Amanda: She should be all right and sleep through the night, but just in case, there's a bottle in the refrigerator.
Jamie: Come on, Amanda.
Lisa: I love you.
Ada: How's it going in there?
Rachel: I don't know.
Ada: I called the house. Nobody's heard from Matthew since we left for the party.
Rachel: I know where Matthew is.
Ada: You do? Where?
Rachel: He's exactly where I told him not to be. He's at Josie Watts'.
Rachel: I'm glad you're here, anyway.
Ada: Thanks, I think.
Rachel: Mom, this is getting more complicated.
Ada: I know, but Zack's a good lawyer. He'll take care of Mac.
Rachel: Mac didn't do anything.
Ada: I know that, and the police will know that, too, pretty soon.
Rachel: I'm afraid the police have enough evidence to indict Mac.
Ada: Oh, honey, they haven't even got a case!
Rachel: You don't know everything.
Ada: Like what?
Rachel: Like -- when Mac decided to give in to the takeover.
Ada: Yeah? What about it?
Rachel: It was because Marsten was blackmailing us.
Ada: Blackmailing --
Ada: Blackmailing you?
Rachel: Yes. He had sent us photographs on the day of the christening.
Zack: You don't have to answer that, Mac.
Rick: You're starting to get on my nerves, counselor.
Zack: Hey, and I don't like your methods, detective. And you're no better, letting this rookie strut around, making accusations when there's no substantiation.
Courtney: You need to wait a minute, Zack.
Zack: How can you let him go on like that?
Mac: I'll answer any questions you have if I know the answer.
Courtney: Thank you.
Rick: Thank you, Mr. Cory.
Zack: Just be careful, Mac.
Rick: Now, you're telling me that on the night in question, you were at your office preparing for a meeting with Drew Marsten. Is that correct?
Mac: That's right, with my closest advisors and members of the board of directors.
Rick: And the purpose of this meeting?
Mac: To finalize with Marsten the takeover of Cory by Bennett Publishing.
Rick: Why did you decide to give up the fight?
Mac: Well, there were several reasons. Fighting the takeover attempt had seriously damaged my company's professional reputation and it would cause my family an enormous amount of stress. I wanted to put an end to that.
Rick: And then?
Mac: And then, as per habit, Marsten didn't show up.
Courtney: He had done this to you before?
Mac: He was very unreliable.
Rick: So you went to his suite?
Rick: To do what?
Mac: To tell him I wasn't going to put up with these insults even if he was taking over my company.
Rick: All right, so you got to his suite, and what did you do?
Mac: Well, nothing.
Rick: Could you be a little more specific?
Mac: I walked into the room. It looked like it had been ransacked. Then I went into the bedroom to see if he was there. That's when I was hit over the head.
Courtney: And you saw no one?
Mac: I told you both last night that I didnít.
Rick: Remember, we're just double-checking.
Mac: There was no one there that I saw.
Zack: Could we please -- could you please get to the point? Now, he's already told both of you this story.
Rick: All right, you're going to tell me that you didn't even see Marsten that night?
Zack: Oh, for Peteís sakes, Graham! How many times do we have to --?
Rick: Well, isn't it true that you went to Marstenís suite with the intent to do him harm?
Mac: He had humiliated me, he had humiliated my family. I wasn't going to put up with that!
Zack: Mac --
Rick: So you went there armed, didn't you?
Zack: Oh, now, wait a minute!
Mac: Are you out of your mind?
Rick: Do you own a gun, Mr. Cory?
Mac: No, I don't, and if I did, I wouldn't take it to a board meeting!
Courtney: All right, take it easy.
Zack: Look, you don't have any right to ask these questions. He hasn't been charged with any crime now.
Rick: Not yet he hasn't!
Courtney: Rick! Why don't we all just calm down for a moment, ok? There's coffee if anybody wants some. Zack, can I speak to you for a second, please?
Zack: Tell hotshot to calm down.
Courtney: Look, he is new and overanxious, but he knows what he's doing.
Zack: None of this is going to hold up in court. You know that, don't you?
Courtney: Now, who said anything about going to court?
Zack: Well, you better get to your point with all this flash soon or I'm getting my client out of here and this department's going to have a lawsuit slapped on it so fast, it's going to make your pretty head spin.
Courtney: Oh, don't threaten me, counselor.
Zack: Well, then get your act together and stop intimidating my client. He's no criminal off the street, and you know it!
Courtney: I have just --
Rick: Can we get on with this, please?
Zack: And you watch what you say, detective. We don't have answer any questions if we don't want to.
Rick: You know what this is?
Mac: You know I do.
Rick: Well, could you tell us again for the record?
Mac: That is my daughter's bracelet.
Rick: Did Amanda like this?
Mac: Yes, very much. Her grandmother gave it to her when she was 13 years old.
Rick: Well, if it meant so much to her, why do you think she gave it to Drew Marsten?
Matt: Yeah? What?
Josie: Can I ask you a question?
Josie: Why do you like me?
Josie: I mean, are you interested in me just because this is different and you know it won't last?
Matt: What are you talking about?
Josie: Because if it is, I really need to know.
Matt: Josie, I -- I thought you knew me better than that.
Josie: I do.
Matt: Then how can you ask me a question like that?
Josie: Well, it's just that I know you're going away to school in a few weeks, and I'm afraid Iím not going to ever see you again.
Matt: Oh. Ahem. Is that what this is all about? You think I'm just out to have a good time before I go off to college?
Josie: Well, I --
Matt: I'm not.
Josie: You're not what?
Matt: Going off to college.
Josie: But I thought --
Matt: I'm going to Bay City University.
Josie: You never told me.
Matt: Well, actually, I just decided the other day.
Josie: What do your parents think about that?
Matt: I haven't told them yet.
Josie: Oh, Matt, they're going to flip.
Matt: Mm-hmm. But I'm ready for that.
Josie: I'm sorry.
Matt: You think I'd really do something like that to you?
Josie: No. It's just that it's -- someone like you has never been interested in me before, and it's kind of weird.
Matt: Is it?
Josie: Yes, it is. And I'm just a little, sort of, kind of insecure.
Matt: What did you mean, "A kind of guy like me," huh?
Josie: You know, this is great. I mean, this is more than great! We're going to have all this time together. I thought you were leaving in a few weeks. This is great.
Matt: You're stuck with me.
Josie: Yeah? Well, you're stuck with me, too.
Matt: Good. We're both stuck with each other.
Matt: What's that?
Josie: Must be my mom. Please, you have to get out of here.
Matt: Don't worry, she'll never know I was here. Goodbye. Whoa! I'll give you a call.
Josie: No, no! She'll know it was you.
Matt: No, trust me!
Sharlene: What are you doing out here?
Josie: Well, I -- I couldn't sleep, and it's a beautiful night.
Sharlene: Is it?
Josie: How was work?
Sharlene: Awful. And by the way, I was absolutely right about the Cory's.
Sharlene: There is no way Iím letting that Matthew anywhere near you, not after what happened tonight.
Josie: Mama, what are you talking about?
Sharlene: Come on inside. I'll tell you all about it. That family is nothing like what they seem, that's for sure.
Ada: I don't believe this. Marsten staged a come-on with Amanda so he could take suggestive pictures?
Ada: What a disgusting slug!
Rachel: That's why Iím worried about Mac.
Ada: Do the police know about these pictures?
Rachel: No, not yet. The whole family is involved.
Ada: We can't let that sleaze ball get away with it.
Rachel: I know. I just don't have any fight left in me.
Ada: Oh, don't give me that, Rachel.
Rachel: It's true. This thing with Marsten and the takeover's gone on so long, I don't think I can stand any more.
Ada: Well, you'd better pull the fight from someplace because I got a feeling that you ain't seen nothing yet.
Rachel: That's not exactly what I wanted to hear.
Ada: I know, but I also know that you can do it. It's the family.
Rachel: Will you help?
Ada: You can count on it.
Rachel: Hi, sweetie. Thanks for coming.
Jamie: How long have they been in there?
Sam: What kind of questions are they asking him?
Rachel: They're not saying anything.
Sam: Mac shouldn't be going through this.
Amanda: When is this ever going to end?
Jamie: When someone comes forward and tells the truth.
Amanda: What if nobody knows the truth?
Jamie: Somebody does, and they'll have to come forward sometime.
Rick: Why don't you take a closer look? Let's make sure this belongs to Amanda.
Zack: It's got her name on it. He told you it was hers. What more do you want?
Rick: Why do you think Amanda gave this to Marsten?
Mac: She did no such thing.
Rick: You know where he got it from then?
Mac: Of course not, but it doesn't take a genius to figure out it was stolen.
Rick: You just said that this was her favorite piece of jewelry. Wouldn't she be wearing this all the time?
Mac: No, she didn't.
Rick: Well, she and Marsten must have been real close for her to give him something that meant so much to her.
Mac: You --
Zack: Mac! Mac, calm down! Will you get to the point?
Rick: This is very important evidence, and I don't want to rush things.
Zack: That's the only piece of solid evidence you have, and that doesn't prove a bloody thing.
Rick: What about this?
Zack: What the hell is this?
Rick: Look familiar?
Mac: No, it doesn't! Why should it?
Courtney: This gun was found hidden in the radiator at Drew Marstenís suite.
Mac: Well, that doesn't surprise me.
Courtney: What do you mean?
Mac: Marsten was the type to have a gun with him. Doesn't surprise me at all.
Rick: Maybe it explains why there was blood in that suite. Gunshot wounds tend to do that.
Zack: Graham, what are you implying?
Rick: Your fingerprints are all over this gun, Mr. Cory.
Rachel: I don't like this. It shouldn't be taking so long.
Felicia: We came as soon as we could.
Mitch: Is there any word with what's going on?
Sam: No, nothing.
Mitch: Look, I know this is the last thing you want to hear, but there are reporters waiting for you.
Rachel: Oh, no, I knew they'd find us.
Felicia: The police are trying to hold them off, but I'm not sure how long that's going to last.
Amanda: They did the same thing to me when they brought me in.
Mac: That's impossible!
Rick: I'm afraid it isnít.
Zack: He just told you he'd never seen that before, Graham.
Courtney: Mr. Cory, you are not under oath here, but it will help you later if you will tell us the truth now.
Mac: I've told you the truth! I have never seen that gun before in my life!
Rick: Well, then I guess we have a lot more to talk about, don't we, because we have to figure out how your prints got on it and whether or not you used it to kill Drew Marsten.
Sharlene: If you'd seen them the way I've seen them, you would know.
Josie: You are just determined to ruin my evening tonight, aren't you?
Sharlene: I am not doing that. I am just trying to protect you.
Josie: Oh, that old line again.
Josie: Well, it's true! Every time you tell me what I can and I can't do, it's because you want to protect me.
Sharlene: And that is because it's the truth.
Josie: Look at you. You're -- you're gloating over the fact that Matthewís family is falling apart.
Sharlene: No, no, no, I am not gloating. It is just the way things are.
Josie: You're unbelievable.
Sharlene: And don't go wasting any energy over poor Matt and his family.
Sharlene: Because no matter how guilty they all are in this thing, their money will get them right out of any trouble they're in. And if that impresses you, then you need a lesson in morality.
Josie: Look who's calling who immoral. Have you heard yourself tonight? I mean, at least Iím going to hear all the facts before I make any judgment.
Sharlene: Oh, facts? You want to hear some facts? How about the fact that I was working at Tops tonight?
Sharlene: So you know what was going on there tonight.
Josie: Yeah, it was Jamie and Lisaís engagement party. Oh. Oh, no.
Sharlene: Oh, that's right, "oh, no." Do you have any idea how humiliated I was?
Josie: Mama, I'm sorry.
Sharlene: And no one even noticed until your uncle Jason pointed it out to them. I was working at my nephew's party, hired help.
Josie: I'm sure no one thought that.
Sharlene: Good people don't make those kind of mistakes, Josie. It's time you learned that much.
Josie: Well, what did Jamie say?
Sharlene: Jamie? Jamie never even noticed. I sometimes wonder why he even bothers to call himself a Frame. He's more Cory than anything else.
Josie: Mama, that's not fair.
Sharlene: Josie, there is no reasoning with you when it comes to those people. They can do no wrong in your eyes.
Sharlene: I'll take this out. You go to bed.
Josie: Mama --
Sharlene: I'm tired, Josie. Go to bed.
Mitch: You all right?
Sam: No, not really.
Mitch: Why is it that I get the feeling that something is going on that you're not letting on?
Sam: Probably because there is.
Mitch: Like what?
Sam: Huh. Well, you see, Iím involved in this, too.
Mitch: You're what?
Sam: I was at Drew Marstenís apartment the night he disappeared.
Mitch: Well, that's great.
Sam: Yeah. And Mac saw me there.
Mitch: What do you mean he saw you there?
Sam: I didn't know he'd seen me, but he -- he told me he had. And he's probably in there covering for me right now.
Mitch: What are you talking about? What is going on? Will you tell me what happened?
Sam: I knew something was bothering Amanda -- something big. And she wouldn't tell me what it was. And Josie let it slip that Amanda had come one night real upset and had told her that somebody had attacked her, somebody I worked for. Yeah. See, I knew it was Marsten. So, I went over there, you know? I was crazy. I didn't know what I was going to do. I just had to get my hands on that guy. So I get there and the door is partway open and the apartment is trashed. Somebody really did a number on the place, and him, too. He was real shaky. So I confronted him about Amanda, and all he could do was insult me and her.
Drewís voice: Your family. There's a whole group right there.
Sam's voice: Yeah, leave them alone. You got that?
Drew's voice: Sammy, get out of here before I kill you.
Sam: That's when I lost it. See -- see, I -- I went crazy. I demanded to know what he'd done to my wife.
Drew's voice: That piece of work? Where'd you find her anyway, huh?
Sam's voice: What did you do to my wife?
Drew's voice: I wouldn't touch her with a pole.
Sam: He said she wasn't -- she wasn't worth it. So I slugged him. You know, I hit him hard. So he goes down because he's shaky anyway, right? So as he's hitting the ground, I'm -- Iím looking around realizing that I need to get out of there, and as quickly as possible. So I -- I split. You know, I ran as quick as I could. He's laying there on the ground. But when I left, he was alive. He had to be. He had to be.
Mitch: Have you been through all of this with Amanda?
Sam: Yeah, well, when she finally admitted that he attacked her, she also told me that Drew Marsten had arranged it so that there were photographs that he used to blackmail Mac. See, that's why Mac was giving in and selling the company so easy.
Mitch: This is a mess.
Sam: No kidding.
Mitch: So what do you want to do?
Sam: I know what I should do. I should go in there and tell those guys what I just told you.
Mitch: No, no, no, no, that doesn't solve anything. I mean, it doesn't get Mac off the hook. It doesn't prove that he didn't kill him.
Sam: Yeah, but he's in there lying for me right now, Mitch.
Mitch: Just -- let's just sit tight for a while.
Sam: Great. And what if they bring him up on charges tonight?
Mitch: Look, they're not going to do that tonight. Don't worry about that. In the meantime, you've got a family to take care of. There's no need to incriminate yourself. There's no need to get yourself in trouble with the police.
Sam: Yeah, I don't know, Mitch.
Mitch: Look, if Mac is innocent, if he didn't do it --
Rachel: He is innocent. Mac didn't do this.
Mitch: Things are going to work out.
Lisa: How did you know I was here?
Felicia: Mitch and I were at the police station.
Lisa: Oh, did anything happen yet?
Felicia: Well, when I left, they were still questioning Mac, but I was a little worried about you.
Lisa: I'm fine.
Felicia: No, Lisa, you're not.
Lisa: That's a lousy way for a party to end.
Felicia: Honey, I know how disappointed you are about not getting married tonight.
Lisa: Of course I am.
Felicia: That's not all it is, is it?
Lisa: That's not enough?
Felicia: Honey, something's really bothering you, and it's before this whole thing with Mac happened. You -- you weren't having a good time at that party.
Lisa: Yes, I was. I just want to get married. Can't I just get married?
Felicia: Lisa, tell me.
Lisa: Tell you what?
Felicia: Tell me. Tell me what's really bothering you.
Felicia: Please, what is it?
Lisa: It's Vicky.
Felicia: Vicky? I thought that was all over.
Lisa: It was.
Felicia: Then what is it?
Lisa: Vicky's pregnant, and it's Jamieís baby.
Felicia: Well -- are you sure?
Lisa: Yes. She wasn't seeing anyone else.
Felicia: Oh, honey.
Lisa: I don't know what to do, Felicia.
Felicia: Ok, ok. Ok. What does Jamie want to do?
Lisa: Um, Jamie doesn't know yet.
Felicia: Wait, you mean she hasn't even told him?
Lisa: She told me. She gave me the responsibility. She knew I wouldn't tell him.
Felicia: Well, doesn't that sound just like her, just exactly like her. I don't believe that he actually did this to you! She is a tramp! She always has been, she always will be.
Lisa: Yeah, well, she's having his baby.
Felicia: I am never going to forgive him for this, Lisa, never! He should -- he should be smarter than this!
Lisa: I don't know what to do. I've been dealing with this for two weeks.
Felicia: It's ok. At least I know why you wanted to move the wedding up.
Lisa: I didn't want to lose him.
Felicia: Honey, he's not worth it.
Lisa: Yes, he is.
Felicia: No, Lisa, he's not.
Lisa: I love him!
Felicia: Oh, Lisa.
Lisa: I knew about Vicky, and I even accepted it. I just didn't -- just didn't expect this.
Felicia: This is not your fault. You're not to be blamed in this. This is her fault, this is Jamieís fault.
Lisa: It doesn't matter whose fault it is. It just doesn't change anything. I -- I don't know what she's planning. I don't know when she's going to tell him.
Felicia: Why do you think she's waiting?
Lisa: I -- I don't know.
Felicia: She is nothing but a little slut. She has ruined so many lives, honey. She has hurt people, she doesn't care that she does it, and now she's got an innocent little baby that's going to have to suffer because of her?
Lisa: I tried to tell him tonight. I just couldnít.
Lisa: I just don't know why I should be the one to tell him!
Ada: Hey, your hands are shaking.
Jamie: Just too much coffee.
Ada: What's the matter?
Jamie: I'm just worried about Mac and Amanda and mom. This whole thing's been such a disaster.
Ada: I know the look.
Jamie: What look?
Ada: The "something's really wrong, but I don't want to tell you about it" look. It's more than Mac, isn't it?
Jamie: I guess that's what happens when you grow up trying to trick your grandmother, huh?
Ada: Never trick a tricker, kiddo.
Jamie: I always said you were psychic.
Ada: Now that we got that settled, let's hear it.
Jamie: Grandma, Iíll be fine. I just can't talk about it right now.
Amanda: What were you and Mitch talking about before?
Sam: Nothing. Why?
Amanda: I asked you this once before and you didn't give me a straight answer.
Amanda: What do you know about Drew Marstenís disappearance?
Sam: Look, Amanda --
Amanda: I'm tired of being kept in the dark. What is it?
Mac: For the last time, I haven't the slightest idea how my fingerprints got on that gun.
Zack: Could you please stop asking my client to repeat himself? I think you'll agree that he's been very patient and very cooperative.
Rick: You never saw it, never touched it?
Mac: How much more of this do I have to stand? I am not the man who killed Drew Marsten!
Rick: How do you know he's dead?
Zack: Look, stop twisting his words around, ok?
Courtney: Mr. Cory, I'm sure you understand our position in all this. I mean, if we have the evidence that your fingerprints are on this gun, we have to be very persistent in our questioning.
Zack: Even if you do have a gun, it's not enough evidence to book my client. As a matter of fact, you don't have a charge at all, so why don't you stop wasting our time and start using more of your time and try and figure out where Drew Marstenís body -- if there is a body -- disappeared to, and I'm quite sure you'll find out that Mac Cory had nothing at all to do with this.
Courtney: You are free to go, Mr. Cory.
Mac: Thank you.
Rick: Just don't go far.
Zack: Look, you should have some lessons in human interaction. I think you'll find out that people will like you a lot better, detective. Think about it.
Reporter: Are you a suspect?
Second reporter: Mr. Cory --
Zack: Say nothing, no matter what.
Reporter: Mr. Cory, is your daughter still a suspect?
Second reporter: Mr. Cory --
Zack: Let's just get out of here.
Reporter: Did you kill Drew Marsten? Can you answer my question?
Second reporter: Mr. Cory, is it true you and your daughter were both at the apartment that night?
Mac: No comment!
Reporter: Mr. Cory isn't it true that your daughter was having an affair with Drew Marsten?
Zack: Get back!
Josie: What are you doing?
Matt: Well, we didn't say good night, so I thought --
Josie: We didn't?
Matt: No. Good night.
Matt: Only kidding. Only kidding. You look beautiful in the moonlight.
Josie: Oh, I was just getting into bed.
Matt: What's your room like?
Josie: Oh, it's nothing special. I haven't done anything with it.
Matt: You know, I wish I could kiss you good night.
Josie: Shh! My mother might hear you.
Matt: I don't care about your mother!
Josie: Please, please don't start anything tonight.
Matt: Ok, how many pillows do you sleep with?
Matt: Come on, come on, just answer the question.
Matt: Oh, two! Yes, two!
Josie: I think you're very strange.
Matt: I am strange. It's the moonlight.
Josie: Well, just don't start howling, ok?
Matt: Ok. Did you see a string quartet around here? They were supposed to serenade you. I think they bagged out, though, you know?
Josie: You're crazy.
Matt: What was your mother talking about before, about my family?
Josie: Matt, you better go home.
Matt: Why? What? What?
Josie: Just go, ok?
Matt: Ok. I'll miss you.
Josie: I'll miss you, too.
Matt: I'll call you.
Josie: I had a great time tonight.
Matt: Me, too.
Josie: Matthew, I --
Josie: Uh -- good night.
Matt: Good night, my fair princess, till next we meet in some far land --
Josie: Get out of here!
Matt: With some foreign creature!
Josie: Shh! Go on, get out of here!
Matt: Sleep well.
Sharlene: Who were you talking to?
Rachel: I'm sorry I wasn't able to be with you while you were being questioned.
Mac: Oh, you wouldn't have wanted to be in there.
Rachel: What did they say to you?
Mac: They found a gun in Marstenís apartment.
Mac: My fingerprints are on it.
Mac: I don't know how Iím going to get out of this, Rachel.
Rachel: Well, you were unconscious, Mac. Anything could've happened.
Mac: They believe I had a strong motive.
Rachel: Well, we'll just have to fight it.
Mac: But how can I?
Rachel: We just have to prove that Marsten set all of this up.
Mac: I wish I were as sure as you are.
Rachel: Mac, we've been through terrible things before and we've always gotten through them. We'll get through this again just as we have the others.
Mac: I love you so much. I just don't think I could live without you.
Rachel: I promise you, we'll make it through this. I'm not going to let this family fall apart.
Felicia: You have to tell him. You know that, don't you?
Lisa: I know.
Lisa: I don't know, Felicia. I have to think.
Felicia: No, you don't have to think. You just tell him. You understand? You tell him. You tell him tonight.
Matt: Still up, huh?
Rachel: I would like to speak to Matthew alone, please.
Mac: Don't be long, darling.
Rachel: I wonít.
Ada: You are in deep yogurt, my man.
Matt: I'm sorry, ok?
Rachel: Not good enough.
Matt: You guys are acting like I ran away from home or something.
Rachel: Where have you been?
Matt: I'm sorry I left the party early.
Rachel: After I expressly asked you not to?
Matt: I know. I know.
Rachel: Were you with Josie?
Matt: You're acting like -- I didn't do anything wrong!
Rachel: Do you have any idea of what went on tonight --
Rachel: While you were doing whatever it was you were doing with your young lady?
Matt: I wasn't doing anything wrong.
Rachel: Mac was taken out of that party by the police and taken into the station for questioning!
Rachel: He is being questioned for the disappearance of Drew Marsten.
Matt: Well, I didn't know!
Rachel: Of course you didn't know that. You were too busy defying me.
Matt: I wasn't defying you.
Rachel: What do you call it? I asked you to stay at that party with the family for one night, and as soon as you could, you took off!
Matt: No, it wasn't like that!
Rachel: Don't you care anything for your family?
Matt: You know I care!
Rachel: Do you have any idea of what could happen to Mac now? Do you?
Matt: I'm sorry. I would've never --
Rachel: It's a little late for that. That young lady was more important to you tonight than your own family.
Matt: Mom --
Rachel: This family needed you. We needed you!
Josie: Mama, I'm really tired. I want to go to bed.
Sharlene: How long do I have to stand here waiting, Josie? Who were you talking to?
Josie: No one.
Sharlene: Well, at least you're a lousy liar. Was he in here?
Josie: No! He -- he just wanted to say good night to me outside the window.
Sharlene: Good night? He was here earlier?
Josie: Yes. We were just talking, ok?
Sharlene: Was he hiding outside because of me?
Josie: Probably. You don't make it too easy on us.
Sharlene: Josie, Iím not trying to scare him away.
Josie: You could've fooled me.
Sharlene: I know how you're feeling.
Josie: I don't think you do.
Sharlene: You know something? As hard as it may be for you to admit it, I was your age once, and I met somebody who I liked as much as you like Matt.
Josie: Did your mom give you a hard time like you're giving me?
Sharlene: All I'm saying is that I know how strong those feelings can be, especially when you're young and everything is romantic and it's new.
Josie: What's so wrong with enjoying it?
Sharlene: What's wrong with enjoying it is that those are the times your judgment gets lost and then you -- you get caught up in the moment and you make the wrong choices.
Josie: Is it so bad getting caught up in the moment?
Sharlene: Yeah. It can lead to trouble. Trust me, I know what Iím talking about.
Josie: I don't want to hurt you, mama.
Sharlene: Don't you hurt yourself, ok? Don't make a choice now that could ruin the rest of your life.
Felicia: Excuse me.
Jamie: Honey, Iím sorry about snapping at you tonight. I just have a lot on my mind.
Lisa: Oh, it's ok.
Jamie: And I'm really sorry about tonight, too.
Lisa: We'll get married another night, and we won't tell anyone when.
Jamie: You got a deal.
Felicia: Well, at least Alli doesn't know any of this mess.
Mitch: You could say that again.
Felicia: Some night, huh?
Mitch: I'm glad you're here.
Felicia: Let's go home.
Jamie: Yeah, we're taking off, too.
Sam: Everybody get some rest, ok?
Amanda: Thanks for being there.
Jamie: Amanda, I'll call you tomorrow.
Sam: Good night, all.
Amanda: Good night.
Sam: Felicia, good night.
Felicia: Good night.
Sam: You ok?
Sam: Things are going to be fine, I promise.
Amanda: I'm just so scared. I'm scared for daddy and for you.
Sam: Just take it easy, ok?
Amanda: I just wish you could tell me everything was going to be all right.
Sam: It will be, Amanda. I'll take care of you, ok? I promise you that.
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