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Another World Transcript Wednesday 8/4/04
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Proofread by Daniel
Voice: New wave.
Jason: Morning, bright eyes.
Jamie: Good morning.
Jason: There's coffee on the stove.
Jason: Caterpillars in the toaster.
Jamie: No, thanks.
Jason: Yeah, heat does kind of frizz their fur a little, doesn't it? Jamie, do you hear anything I'm saying to you at all?
Jason: Want to talk?
Jason: Well, sooner or later you're going to have to talk to somebody.
Jamie: Well, I can't right now.
Jason: Does this have anything to do with Mac?
Jamie: Yeah, that's it.
Jason: Come on, that's bull. Level with me.
Jamie: Jason, I told you --
Jamie: I don't want to talk, ok?
Vicky: Hey, Jason.
Jason: Yeah, that explains it.
Vicky: Excuse me?
Jason: Jamie's mood he's in.
Vicky: What are you talking about?
Jason: Well, he is walking around like he is carrying the weight of the world on his shoulders.
Vicky: Is he?
Jason: Yeah, you wouldn't happen to know what's causing that, would you?
Jason: Well, would you like to enlighten me? I mean, he doesn't want to open his mouth on the subject.
Vicky: I'm pregnant.
Jason: That would explain it, yeah.
Vicky: And Jamieís the papa.
Donna: Marley, please, would you just talk to me about this. No, I am not trying to do that! I'm just worried about you. Honey, I just -- I want the best for you. I don't want you to be hurt again. Now, wait a minute. That's not fair! Marley! Marley, don't -- she hung up on me.
Michael: No luck in getting her to accept your apology, huh?
Donna: Michael, I am her mother! Is she going to keep me out of her life forever?
Michael: Donna, I think she thinks that you rejected her.
Donna: Jake is not right for her! Why can't everybody see that?
Michael: Because, Donna, you can't go telling people what they can and can't -- oh, no!
Donna: What? What is it?
Michael: Mac Cory got thrown in jail.
Michael: Damn it! Mac Cory did not kill Drew Marsten.
Rachel: Eric, we have got to present a united front to the public or else nobody's going to have any faith in this company anymore. That's a low blow. You know Mac is innocent. Is that really the way you feel? Then I don't want you on the board anymore. I will buy your shares!
Rachel: I didn't hear you come in.
Amanda: Are you all right?
Rachel: Of course I am.
Amanda: I just came by to tell you that I'm yours for the day.
Rachel: What about Alli?
Amanda: Grandma's watching her. I tried to get Josie, but she starts here today.
Rachel: That's another thing. Who authorized hiring that girl?
Amanda: But you like Josie.
Rachel: That's not the point. It's a long story. Never mind.
Amanda: Is there something that you want me to do? You seem kind of flustered.
Rachel: I am frazzled. There is a lot to do, and Mac is the only one who can do anything right around here.
Amanda: Well, here, let me do this.
Rachel: No, I have to do that. Mac --
Rachel: What are we going to do if your father is indicted for murder?
Josie: Good morning, Ms. Matthews.
Liz: Oh, good morning, Josie. Thank heavens you're starting today.
Josie: Well, I'm so excited.
Liz: We need all the help we can get. I know your first day is very intimidating, but you're going to have to work through it very quickly --
Josie: I will.
Liz: Because we all have much too much work to do.
Josie: Well, I -- Iíll try.
Liz: Well, you'll have to do better than that.
Josie: Well, it's just I've never worked in an office before.
Liz: Well, you're a very hard worker. That's why we hired you. You'll do fine!
Josie: You know, I can't believe Mac Cory could kill someone. I mean --
Liz: Josie, the very first thing you have to learn -- the most important thing for a Cory employee is loyalty.
Josie: I understand.
Liz: We all admire Mac Cory and the way he runs his business. We have to trust him and his family.
Josie: I -- I do!
Liz: Well, remember what I said.
Josie: Yes, ma'am!
Liz: And this place is like a zoo today. If those phones don't stop ringing, Iím just going to tear them right out of the walls.
Josie: Well, do you want me to handle it?
Liz: Well, first, I have to teach you how. This is a very fancy thing. It took me almost two months to learn. You see that red button? It is not a hold button for some ridiculous reason. The white button is the hold button. In fact, I made up a jingle so Iíd remember it -- red and white is yes, white and red is no. Black, red, and white means go -- go -- go.
Donna: Why are you so sure Mac Coryís innocent?
Michael: How can you say that?
Donna: Well, I want to believe he is, but all the evidence seems to be pointing in his direction and everyone knows that he hated Marsten.
Michael: Donna, Mac did not do anything.
Donna: But, Michael, how can you be so sure?
Michael: I need to warm up my coffee.
Michael's voice: Are you threatening me?
Drew's voice: I was just wondering what your wife would do.
Drew: I was wondering if your wife found herself in the same situation --
Michael: You! You! Don't you ever threaten my family!
Drew: Get your hands off me!
Michael: If you ever threaten my family again, if you breathe near family --
Michael: You're a dead man. I'll kill you! You hear me? You I will kill. Donna Ė
Michael: I'm sorry. I just get a little upset. Mac Cory has been through so much lately.
Donna: I know. You just seemed so sure that he's innocent.
Michael: Well, come on. Aren't you? Huh?
Donna: I don't know.
Michael: What are you looking at me like that for?
Donna: Michael --
Michael: Come on, spit it out. What?
Donna: Did you have anything to do with Drewís disappearance?
Michael: Why -- why would you even ask that?
Donna: Because you can't tell me that you didn't hate him.
Michael: Donna, half of Bay City hated him.
Donna: Yes, and half of Bay City heard you threaten him at Tops!
Michael: Oh. Oh. Is that what this is about?
Michael: Donna, he threatened my family.
Donna: But you threatened to kill him, Michael.
Michael: Donna, I did not do anything to Drew Marsten.
Donna: Yes, but everyone heard you threaten him. Now, how long do you think it's going to be before someone goes to the police and tells them? And then what are you going to do?
Rachel: I'm so worried about your father.
Amanda: You don't really think there could be a trial, do you?
Rachel: I think there's a very good chance.
Amanda: How can anybody think that daddy's responsible? Everyone knows what kind of man he is.
Rachel: You know what really bothers me about this? He's a victim, too. He was attacked that night, probably by the same person who committed this murder.
Amanda: I know.
Rachel: Who is it? Who is it that's doing this? Who is trying to ruin this family? They're going to pay for this.
Zack: Rachel, Liz said I could just come in.
Rachel: Is there any news?
Zack: Not since last night.
Rachel: Has bail been set?
Zack: Yes, but it's very high. It usually is in murder cases.
Rachel: I don't care what it costs. I'll pay it.
Zack: Ok, well, it's only going to take a couple of hours for them to sort through the paperwork, then Mac will be home.
Rachel: And then what? What is the next step?
Zack: Look, I hate to say this, but the D.A. may have a case.
Rachel: That is crazy.
Amanda: What are we going to do?
Zack: Well, if no new evidence turns up soon, it's going to be a long fight.
Rachel: Zack, what is the police doing about this? What are they doing? Are they questioning anyone? Or have they just decided that Mac is guilty on this?
Zack: Well, if they don't, I will. Now, somebody has to step forward. Somebody was there that night and they saw something that we don't know about yet.
Jason: This means Lisaís out of the picture, right?
Jason: Why not?
Vicky: Because she's got your nephew by the ankles and he can't get free.
Jason: Hey, he can pull free. He'll go with you. You're going to be the mother of his child.
Vicky: Yeah, well, I know it sounds pretty simple, but it just isnít.
Jason: Trust me, he will not abandon the baby. It's not his style.
Vicky: Yeah, well, he's also not going to abandon his feelings for Lisa just because I'm pregnant.
Jason: Vicky, give him some time. He'll come around.
Vicky: Yeah, well, how can you be so sure?
Jason: I got a feeling.
Vicky: A feeling, huh? Now you sound like Lisa.
Jason: Look, this is great ammunition.
Vicky: My baby is not a bargaining chip.
Jason: Then why'd you get pregnant?
Vicky: I didn't plan it. Oh, I am so sick of people thinking that I'd do that.
Jason: Fine. Trust me -- don't blow this golden opportunity you got.
Vicky: Jason, I am not playing games anymore. I don't feel good about myself when I do.
Lisa: Isn't that a refreshing change of pace?
Jason: Hi, Lisa. What are you doing here?
Lisa: I want to see Jamie.
Jason: He's not here.
Jason: He's not here. He's upstairs, I guess. I -- well, he's not here with us, and I think it's really neat that we're all together. Maybe I can get Sharlie to whip up a nice old-fashioned country breakfast. How does that sound?
Lisa: Why don't you just tell Jamie I want to talk to him?
Jason: On second thought, I think I'll just sit back and enjoy the fireworks.
Josie: Oh, boy.
Matt: I thought aunt Liz would never leave. Huh.
Josie: Matthew, she works here, and so do I.
Matt: I know, I know. Well, I just wanted to talk to you for a little while.
Josie: Are you all right?
Matt: Nah, not really.
Josie: You know, Mrs. Matthews told me that they're going to release your stepfather on bail sometime this afternoon.
Matt: Yeah, well, he wouldn't be in jail if it wasn't for me.
Josie: That's not true.
Matt: Yes, it is. I should have just thrown that jacket back into the lake when I found it.
Josie: Matthew, you did the right thing and you know it.
Matt: No, no. It had Marstenís wallet in it, it was on our property, and I just handed the police the evidence they were looking for.
Josie: You did not.
Josie: Your father did, not you.
Matt: No. The whole family blames me.
Josie: Matthew, that's not true.
Matt: You know, I'm surprised the papers haven't been after me to get the full story on how I sent my stepfather up the river.
Josie: Come on. You're feeling sorry for yourself. You have to think about your father.
Matt: Josie, I don't know what Iíd do if you weren't around.
Josie: I wish there was something more I could do to help.
Matt: No. You thought I -- that's why I came over here today. I wanted to be with you.
Josie: Someone might see us.
Matt: Ok, I'm sorry. I don't mean to get you in trouble on your first day.
Josie: Listen, I got to go to the photo lab. You want to take a walk with me?
Matt: Yeah. That'd be nice.
Josie: Let's go.
Zack: The buzz around the station is that the D.A. Is hot to get an indictment.
Sam: Can he do that?
Zack: Yeah, based on the evidence found at the docks along with their initial suspicions, they can't be that far off.
Rachel: That's ridiculous. They weren't any eyewitnesses. There's no proof. It's all circumstantial.
Zack: Rachel, I'm going to do everything I can to prevent it, but I may not be able to stop the D.A. from pulling this thing through.
Amanda: Well, even if it does go to trial, they'll find him innocent. They have to.
Zack: Look, Mac is a very powerful man in this town, an influential citizen. But, I mean, this story has gotten out on the wire services already. I mean, the whole country is watching. They may even want to prove something.
Sam: Oh, great. That's great. At Macís expense, right?
Zack: Possibly. This town doesn't want to be known to let a rich man get away with murder.
Sam: Zack, you got to be kidding me, man.
Zack: I'm just telling you that now so we won't be haunted by it later.
Rachel: Mac is not guilty. Nobody can possibly believe he is.
Amanda: They don't really believe that, do they, Zack?
Zack: I'm not sure. Amanda, I'm just telling you what Iíve been hearing down at the station.
Rachel: How do we stop this?
Amanda: You have to do something.
Zack: Listen, now, I know this looks bad, but I promise you something will turn up. And when it does, I'm going to put an end to this whole thing.
Rachel: And we just fight harder.
Amanda: This is incredible. Since the day Marsten came to this town, it's like he's had a vendetta against us. It's so much more than just dirty business. He's out to destroy this whole family.
Sam: I should have killed that guy Marsten myself.
Zack: Sam, that's dangerous talk. Be careful what you say in public. The press hears everything and prints even more. Don't dig a bigger hole than we've already got.
Sam: Ok, ok, then I want to come forward now.
Amanda: Sam, no!
Sam: Look, Amanda, I tell the cops what I know, it'll take the heat off of Mac, right?
Amanda: No. It's not going to solve anything.
Rachel: Amanda's right.
Zack: Sam, have you told us everything?
Zack: Are you sure?
Amanda: Zack, please don't let him talk to the police unless it's absolutely necessary.
Sam: Look, Amanda, come --
Amanda: I need you now. Can't you understand that?
Zack: And if there was no crime committed --
Amanda: There wasn't.
Zack: Then because you got there before Mac, that doesn't prove his innocence. And there's no reason now for you to step forward.
Amanda: Mom, we're going to get through this. Somehow, we're all going to get through this.
Michael: I told you, Donna, I had nothing to do with it.
Donna: Michael, I know your temper, and so does everyone at Tops now.
Michael: You trust me?
Donna: You know I do. But I don't trust your temper, not when it comes to protecting your family.
Michael: Wait a minute. You want to talk about temper, why don't you work out what you did with Marley yesterday?
Donna: You stop avoiding the subject.
Michael: All right. One more time, Donna -- I had nothing to do with it.
Donna: Michael, you were so angry. I mean, you could have taken Drew and thrown him off the observation deck there if you wanted to.
Michael: Yes, Donna, but I didn't.
Donna: All right. It's just that I don't think we need any more problems right now, not with Mikeyís adoption coming up.
Michael: I think you're right. Listen, don't worry. Nothing's going to happen. Everything's going to be fine.
Donna: Look, I just don't think that it would look like we would be appropriate parents if -- if this thing with Drew comes out.
Michael: Donna, if you are so bent on presenting a stable family image to the world, why don't you patch up your situation with Marley?
Donna: You know Iím trying to do that. She won't even talk to me right now. I really can't say as I blame her, though. I know I was horrible.
Michael: Honey, don't worry. Everything will work out just fine, I promise.
Josie: So, do you feel any better?
Matt: Yeah, a little. Thanks.
Josie: Mrs. Matthews looks like she's ready to attack.
Matt: I can handle Aunt Liz.
Josie: No, it's my responsibility. I can handle it, I think. Mrs. Matthews, I took the photos to Mr. Blake.
Liz: And Matthew had to help you find the way.
Josie: Well --
Matt: I was just going --
Josie: We just went --
Liz: The phones were still ringing when I got back here.
Josie: I'm -- Iím sorry. I won't let it happen again.
Matt: Well, I -- Iím just on my way to see my mom. That's why Iím here.
Liz: Yes, Matthew.
Matt: Don't worry about Aunt Liz. She's not as scary as she sounds. Listen, I have to go.
Sam: Hey, Matt.
Zack: How's it going, Matt?
Matt: How's it going?
Rachel: About the same.
Rachel: What are you doing here?
Matt: Oh, I just wanted to talk to you. I feel really guilty about, you know --
Rachel: Donít. It had nothing to do with you.
Matt: Yeah. I was wondering if I could talk to you --
Matt: About my class schedule.
Rachel: What if we could prove that the wallet and the jacket were placed in the water -- I mean, you know, planted there?
Zack: That'd pretty difficult, Rachel.
Amanda: But daddy was the one that brought that evidence forward, so obviously he had nothing to hide.
Zack: Look, a prosecuting attorney can do all kind of fancy footwork, Amanda, but I'll be ready to prove what you say if it comes to that, so don't you worry.
Matt: What if I told them that I wanted to get rid of the stuff, but Mac insisted that we turn it in?
Rachel: Matthew, let us handle this, please.
Matt: Well, I just thought that we --
Rachel: This is very important. It's too important to fool around with. You know that.
Sam: Rachel, I think he's just trying to help.
Rachel: I'm sorry.
Matt: Oh, no, it's ok.
Rachel: I'm sorry, I -- no, it's not ok. It's not ok for me to take my frustration out on you. I know how difficult it was for you to bring in that evidence.
Matt: Yeah, I was really scared.
Rachel: I know. I love you, ok? Just don't forget that.
Matt: Ok. It's ok, Iím sorry.
Rachel: No, don't be. We're going to get through this, we will, I don't know, somehow.
Lisa: Why are you avoiding me?
Jamie: I'm not avoiding you.
Lisa: Yes, you are. We can't solve anything if we don't talk.
Jamie: I've just had a lot on my mind lately.
Lisa: I know. But I'm part of it, too, aren't I?
Jamie: Yes. But there's just been a lot to deal with ever since I found out.
Lisa: Jamie, I want to be with you.
Jamie: Lisa --
Lisa: I'll do whatever I have to for us to be together.
Jamie: Oh, well, that's not as easy as all that.
Lisa: Why not?
Jamie: It's too complicated to just say everything's fine.
Lisa: You love me, don't you?
Jamie: That's not the issue.
Lisa: Then what is? Vicky?
Jamie: Listen, I still can't believe that -- that you knew that she was pregnant and you didn't say a word to me. I can't stop thinking about that.
Lisa: I explained it to you. I was going to tell you.
Jamie: But you didn't.
Lisa: I tried. Don't you understand what she did to me? She put her responsibility on me, and every second I put off telling you I was afraid she'd go running to you and -- and make it look like I was trying to deceive you.
Jamie: Well, instead of worrying what she might make it look like, you should have just told me.
Lisa: I know. But I was afraid you'd leave me for her.
Jamie: Lisa, you wanted us to get married before the truth could come out.
Lisa: I'm sorry, Jamie. Please believe that.
Jamie: This whole thing's my fault in the first place. I've been trying to deal with that.
Lisa: We'll figure out something.
Jamie: Yeah? You got any good ideas?
Lisa: I believed our love could overcome any problem, no matter how difficult. Are you telling me that's not true?
Jamie: I'm telling you that I have a whole new set of responsibilities to deal with now.
Lisa: You love me. That's a responsibility, too. What would you do if I were pregnant, too? Would you still go to Vicky?
Jamie: Are you pregnant?
Lisa: No, but what if I was?
Jamie: Why bother talking about something like that if it's not an issue?
Lisa: Because I need to know if you're going to leave me for Vicky.
Jamie: It's not Vicky. It's the baby. I wish it were you.
Jamie: I wish you were carrying my child.
Lisa: Oh, Jamie.
Jamie: We were going to be married. It would have been perfect.
Lisa: Jamie, I know what you're going through. But would you stop for a minute and think about me? This baby, this decision is between you and Vicky. I'm sitting here watching something that's going to change my whole life, and I can't do anything. I have nothing to hold on to.
Jamie: Well, you have me.
Lisa: Do I?
Jamie: Yes, you do. I love you, and you know that.
Lisa: Then we have got to talk rationally about this. We've got to come up with some answers.
Jamie: I know. It's not like we make a list of the pros and cons.
Lisa: I know you want to do the right thing for the baby.
Jamie: And for us.
Lisa: Yeah, but the baby is really the issue.
Vicky: Well, at least you didn't call it the problem.
Lisa: Vicky, Jamie and I are having a private conversation.
Vicky: No, no, I made myself scarce, and now I'm back. I think it's a good thing, too, seeing that you're talking about the future of my baby?
Lisa: Would you please leave us alone?
Vicky: No! I have a right to know what you two are planning here.
Jamie: Vicky, if we could have just a few more minutes --
Vicky: Jamie, you are the father of my child! No, I think I deserve to know what's going on. And as for you, Lisa, this topic of conversation really doesn't concern you. See, the only people involved in this are me, Jamie, and our baby.
Sam: Mac is going to get through this because he's a strong guy. Look, he's a fighter. Just like you are, man.
Sam: No, come on, listen. What you got to do is you got to kick into something that's going to make you feel stronger.
Matt: Like what?
Sam: I can't tell you that. That's personal. But believe it or not, you can control the way you're feeling. It's hard, but you can do it.
Rachel: Listen, I have a meeting with accounting. If Zack calls, find me.
Liz: Of course.
Matt: She looks like she's ready to explode.
Sam: Yeah. Look, I'm going to go talk to Amanda.
Matt: Hey, hey, listen, thanks for talking with me.
Sam: Any time, man. Call me if Zack calls, ok?
Matt: Yeah. No problem. Yeah. Oh, yeah, yeah. Yep. Hmm.
Liz: Josie, I need you.
Singer: And Iíll always
Singers: Love you
Singer: For all that you are
Singers: All that you are
Singer: You have made my life complete you're my lucky star
Singer: You are the one that Iíve been searching for
Singers: You are my everything
Singer: Tell me who could ask for more?
Singers: Who? And I'll always love you
Singer: Oh, honey this will never end I need you by my side, baby
Singers: By my side
Singer: You're my lover my friend oh, my friend
Sam: I brought us some coffee.
Sam: So, what are you looking at?
Amanda: It's a picture of all of us from Jamie and Lisaís engagement party.
Sam: Yeah? That was a great day, wasn't it?
Amanda: Yeah, I just hope we get to have some more of those.
Sam: Amanda, we have to talk.
Sam: We haven't been doing a lot of that since all this happened.
Amanda: I know. I miss it. I hate keeping things from you.
Sam: Then don't. Amanda, tell me what happened the second time you went to see Marsten.
Lisa: Jamie, tell her to leave. She listens to you.
Vicky: Please, Jamie. I am not trying to cause trouble here.
Lisa: No. That comes naturally.
Vicky: The bottom line is that Lisa and I are both in love with you. It just happens that I love you and I'm carrying your baby.
Lisa: Do you have any compassion at all?
Vicky: Plenty. Lisa, I understand what you and Jamie are going through, but what about your compassion? Have you even thought what this pregnancy is doing to me?
Jamie: Listen, I'm not going to pretend that the responsibility isn't mine.
Vicky: Well, that's not enough.
Lisa: Well, what do you want?
Vicky: I want to know what we're all going to do about this. Look, I have no intention of letting either one of you hurt my baby.
Lisa: No one wants to do that.
Vicky: Ok. Then, Jamie, what's your decision?
Jamie: This is not a simple yes-and-no situation. You know that.
Vicky: You don't know what you're going to do, do you? I see.
Jamie: I need some time.
Vicky: Jamie, if you can't even get past your problems to see what's the best thing for our baby, then I don't want to hear some halfhearted plan that you and your saint of goodness come up with.
Vicky: No, I'm going to make this decision, and it's going to be the best decision for all of us. Jamie, I love you. I don't think I could live with myself if I knew that I hurt you, so Iím just going to go away.
Vicky: Jamie, I can handle this baby by myself whether I hear from you ever again or not.
Jamie: That's not what I want.
Vicky: No? Well, I think it is. Jamie, you can't even get past the problems that this baby is going to cause for you and Lisa. Nothing is going to hurt my baby. And if that means that he doesn't have to know who his natural father is, then that's the way it has to be.
Jamie: Are you threatening me?
Vicky: No. But I am not going to let my child ever know that his real father didn't want him.
Jamie: That's not what I said.
Vicky: Jamie, forget about it. I'm going to handle this myself, and you just never think about it again, ok?
Jamie: Wait a minute --
Vicky: No, you let go of me!
Jamie: No, we have to talk!
Vicky: Well, now is not the time.
Jamie: Yeah --
Vicky: No, there are too many distractions here.
Jamie: No, wait -- just wait.
Vicky: I have a doctor's appointment and I can't miss it.
Jason: Is everything all right out here?
Jamie: Oh, I guess you heard all that.
Jason: Well, I just didn't want to eavesdrop, but it was hard not to hear, yeah. Want to check your horoscope?
Sam: Amanda, it's ok. Come on. You can tell me now.
Amanda: I never meant to keep it from you.
Sam: I know that. Well, go ahead.
Amanda: It was -- it was the night before Marsten disappeared. I had gone out to get some wine. Well, at least that's what I told you. While you were in the shower, I had a delivery from Marsten. It was a letter supposedly from me that he had forged. I was so upset, I had to go confront him one more time. I got to his suite. He let me in. He had that horrible smile on his face. He said, "I knew you'd come back to me." I threw the letter at him and asked him what it was going to take for him to leave my family alone. He kept coming closer to me. I backed away and demanded to know what he was trying to do to all of us. He just kept coming, closer and closer. It was horrible. I tried to get out, and he just started to grab me again. I told him that if he was planning to take any more pictures that it wouldn't work. I'd tell everyone no matter what it would mean to any of us. He said the last time I was there all that he wanted was the pictures and this time he was going to have me. And he started to get really rough with me. It was much worse than the first time. He had me -- had me pinned against the desk. He was touching me, saying horrible things. I was terrified. Finally, I got a hand free. I reached for the first thing I could find. I grabbed a paperweight, and I hit him as hard as I could on the side of the head, and then I ran out. It was a mistake. I just kept underestimating what he was capable of doing.
Sam: Oh. I am so sorry you had to go through that.
Amanda: I love you so much.
Sam: Oh, Amanda, I promise I will take care of you from now on. No one is ever going to hurt you like that again.
Amanda: I'm so glad I told you. I hate keeping secrets from you.
Sam: It's ok, it's ok. Don't let go, ok?
Josie: Matthew --
Matt: No, don't -- when you get a break.
Josie: I've got lots of work to do.
Matt: Josie? Josie, I want to be with you.
Josie: Later, ok?
Josie: Yes, ma'am?
Liz: Did you take any calls from Mr. Tashi from our Tokyo office?
Josie: Uh -- no, no, ma'am.
Liz: Let me know if any come in.
Josie: Yes, ma'am.
Liz: And, Matthew Cory, you'd better find some other place to hover besides this office if you know what's good for you.
Matt: Ah! She's got eyes in the back of her head.
Josie: Matthew, please. You should leave.
Liz: I'm going to duplicating. They've ruined a week's worth of spreadsheets. Please answer the phones.
Josie: Yes, ma'am.
Liz: Would you all get to work.
Josie: Matthew, you want to get me fired?
Matt: Ahem -- no, no, no. Don't worry. I know the boss.
Josie: I don't want special favors like that.
Matt: No, I'm sorry. I know, I'm acting like a jerk, and --
Josie: Yes, you are.
Matt: You know, I'm really proud of you.
Josie: For what?
Matt: Well, getting this job.
Josie: I really like it here. Mrs. Matthews has given me so much responsibility. I don't want to let anyone down.
Matt: Hmm. I wish I fit into this place like you did.
Matt: No, I'm serious. I'm the boss' son. That's it. You know, Josie, you make me feel like everything's ok. I mean, I -- I get around you and I can't help but feel sure that --
Matt: I -- everything, like the situation with Mac -- it's all going to be ok.
Josie: I do that?
Matt: You do. Look, why don't we get out of here?
Josie: Oh, I'd love to.
Matt: Good. Let's go.
Josie: I -- I can't, Matthew.
Matt: Josie, come on. I need you. Let's go.
Josie: Oh, Matt.
Matt: Listen, I can talk to Liz. You can get out a little early.
Josie: Matthew --
Matt: We can --
Josie: Matthew, I've really -- I really want to be with you, but this is my first day on the job and -- oh. The pond at the mill is probably nice and cool, huh?
Matt: Oh, it's so cool. We can find out.
Josie: Yeah, we could.
Josie: If you're sure Mrs. Matthews won't mind.
Matt: Mind? She'll probably thank us. Are you kidding?
Rachel: Matthew, what on earth is going on here?
Lisa: I'm leaving.
Jason: So soon?
Jamie: Where are you going?
Lisa: Home. I hope Iíll see you there later.
Jamie: Lisa --
Lisa: I know. I love you, too.
Jason: Bye, now. Ah.
Jamie: What's so funny?
Jason: Well, I find it amusing that the two women in your life are so different. That's all.
Jamie: Tell me about it.
Jason: Jamie, I know you got a problem.
Jason: Vicky told me.
Jamie: I'm in trouble, Jason.
Jason: Yeah, well, Vicky did tell me what's going on, yeah. Is she going to have it?
Jason: She say that?
Jamie: She already loves the baby.
Jason: How about you?
Jamie: This isn't how I wanted to experience the joy of fatherhood, Jason.
Jason: Jamie, I could figure that out for myself.
Jamie: I'm going to have a baby.
Jason: Looks like it, yeah.
Jamie: And he's not even going to know me.
Jason: Is that what Vicky wants? Did she say that?
Jamie: She thinks that I don't want to have any part of it.
Jason: Do you?
Jamie: Yeah. You know, when I was a kid, my mom -- she did everything she could to make me feel like, well, I had a family. And even Mac, he did everything he could to make me feel like I was his.
Jason: Good old Mac.
Jamie: But I was still without my father, and I hated that, and I swore I'd never do that to my own kid.
Jason: Then don't.
Jamie: I can't believe this has happened.
Jason: Jamie, you're going to do the right thing. I know it.
Jamie: Oh, yeah. Sometimes it's next to impossible to know exactly what the right thing is. But I have some ideas. I just have to sort them out.
Vicky: Dr. Quinlan, I know I didn't give you enough time. I understand that, but something came up. I know. I know. Look, I know what I'm doing. You can be sure of that. Yes, I will definitely call and reschedule the sonogram. I just can't do it right now.
Rachel: Matthew Cory, this is a business. You ought to know better than this.
Matt: Mom, we were just talking --
Rachel: I know perfectly well what you were doing.
Josie: Mrs. Cory, I'm sorry, and it won't happen again, I promise.
Rachel: No, you're right. It won't.
Matt: Wait a minute. You're not going to --
Rachel: I should.
Rachel: Matthew, I have enough on my mind without having you interfering with my office staff.
Matt: No, no, no. That has nothing to do with it, and you know it.
Rachel: Don't you get that attitude with me.
Matt: No, you just don't want me to see Josie. Would you admit that?
Rachel: You know, you're acting like a child, and I don't have time for this.
Matt: Oh, would you come on!
Josie: Mrs. Cory?
Rachel: What are you looking at?
Josie: Mrs. Cory, that was Zack Edwards, and he said that Mr. Cory's ready to be released on bail and that you should all go down to the station immediately.
Rachel: Let's go get your father.
Sam: Let's go.
Rachel: Matthew, now!
Donna: Look, I'm -- I'm sorry. I don't want you to think that I was accusing you, because I wasn't.
Michael: I know.
Donna: This really must be awful for the Cory family.
Michael: Donna, it's absolutely ridiculous that Mac Cory should be a suspect in this murder.
Donna: Michael, I know that you were out late the night Drew disappeared.
Michael: Donna, stop it!
Donna: No! No, Michael, please. Where were you?
Michael: I -- I don't remember.
Donna: Yes, you do.
Michael: Donna, I don't want --
Donna: No, no. You remember. You're lying to me right now. I know you are.
Michael: I -- I had some business.
Donna: What kind of business?
Michael: Drop it, Donna.
Donna: No! I don't want to drop it.
Michael: I don't want to talk about this.
Donna: Well, I do! Michael, where were you?
Michael: Donna --
Donna: What were you doing?
Michael: Stop it! Do you care about me?
Donna: You know I do.
Michael: Then don't ask me about that night ever again.
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