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Another World Transcript Friday 8/6/04
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Proofread by Daniel
Cass: All right, I'll give you a hint.
Nicole: I don't have time for hints, Cass. We're opening early.
Cass: Marvin Gardens.
Nicole: Oh, no. And Sophie called in sick. I have to be on the floor all day.
Cass: Park place.
Nicole: That's great. Everything's all out of order.
Cass: The B&O railroad.
Nicole: You know, somebody was supposed to retag these.
Cass: Water works?
Nicole: I think it's time to put these on sale.
Cass: Ok, Nicole --
Cass: Pay attention -- boardwalk. Boardwalk. You get it? Huh?
Nicole: I got it -- monopoly.
Cass: Yes! I mean -- no!
Nicole: Hmm, I should keep this one.
Cass: Nicole Ė
Sharlene: You have nothing to wear.
Josie: Well, Mom, it's a formal tea for all the trainees at "Brava," and we both know I have nothing formal to wear.
Sharlene: This is pretty important to you, isn't it?
Josie: Yeah, it is. I mean, this could be the beginning for me, a whole new life.
Sharlene: Well, you know, I know you're going to do very well there. But I want you to watch out for one thing.
Josie: What's that?
Sharlene: I'd be careful of Matthew. Now, Josie, if people think that you two are seeing each other, they're going to wonder how you got that job.
Josie: Mom, I got that job completely on my own. I mean, I am a runner at "Brava" because the personnel people liked me there, and because they knew I could do the job.
Sharlene: I know that --
Josie: Now, look, I got to go up to my room and pick out something to wear. It's not going to be easy!
Jason: What are you doing?
Matt: How's dad doing?
Rachel: It was a little rough at first. Everybody was staring.
Rachel: Everybody. When your boss is accused of murder Ė
Mac: What's my lunch situation, Liz?
Liz: There is no situation, Mac. Mr. Grantham canceled.
Mac: Oh. What's wrong with him?
Liz: He didn't say. You're free for lunch the rest of the week. Everyone has canceled.
Mac: Must be an epidemic. Hmm. Yes, definitely an epidemic.
Rachel: Darling, did I hear Liz say that you were open for lunch?
Mac: Wide open.
Rachel: Not anymore. I'm booking you.
Matt: What's with these people?
Mac: Oh, it's ok, son.
Kevin: So, are you busy?
Matt: When did you get out?
Kevin: The clinic released me this morning.
Matt: Looking good, buddy.
Kevin: Thanks. I feel good -- sometimes. I'm going to beat this thing, Matt. I have to.
Matt: Man, Iím real proud of you.
Kevin: I'm going to stay clean. I'm going to fight like hell to do it.
Matt: I'm telling you, it's really good to see you like this.
Kevin: So, how's Josie?
Matt: Fine, fine.
Kevin: I guess she's still pretty ticked off at me, huh?
Matt: Hey -- no. She -- she knows that wasn't you doing those things. It was the drugs.
Kevin: I really put you guys through it, didn't I?
Matt: No. We're your best friends, through bad times and good.
Kevin: So, I might be heading out to California.
Kevin: Yeah. At the clinic, they have this counseling, you know, about where you're headed in life, what you want to do with your life, where you're going.
Matt: And they told you to go out to California?
Kevin: No. It was my idea, actually.
Kevin: I -- I want a fresh start -- clean. Just want to see what happens.
Matt: All right. Yeah, well, just don't turn into one of those surfer bums on me, ok?
Kevin: Couldn't do that. I don't have the right hair like you.
Matt: So, have you told your family yet?
Kevin: No. Actually, I'm headed there next. I have to face my dad. I have to try and talk to him.
Matt: It's a good idea.
Kevin: I was just so busy blaming him for everything. I never even heard what he was saying.
Matt: You know, it's nice to hear you talking like this.
Kevin: I'm really nervous. I just want to say the right things to him this time.
Matt: I don't have any plans today. Listen, why don't I drive you down to your dad's house?
Kevin: Oh -- man, I could really use the support. Are you sure you don't mind?
Matt: Hey. It'll give us a chance to talk.
Kevin: That's -- so, you got the jeep right-side up again?
Matt: Yeah. Yeah, finally.
Kevin: Good. And you and Josie are ok?
Matt: Oh, yeah. She's great.
Kevin: I'm glad to hear it. You guys are the best. You deserve each other.
Matt: Well, let's go. I got my jeep parked outside.
Chris: You feeling any better?
John: I'm trying to. How about you?
Chris: I wish Michael hadn't come over and talked to you yesterday. It just made things worse. I -- I wanted to forget everything that happened.
John: Yeah, that's a tough one for me. Mike and I have a history of problems.
Chris: I know. Well, I've got some things I have to say to you, John.
John: Listen, you cannot minimize what he did.
Chris: Oh, I'm not, no. There's something you have to understand.
John: Something I have to understand? What are you saying to me? Are you telling me that you don't want to see me anymore?
Jason: Thought you had that saved for a rainy day.
Sharlene: I did. I was saving up for that sewing machine, but this is more important.
Jason: What is?
Sharlene: My daughter.
Jason: Josie again? What's she done this time?
Sharlene: It's for her future, Jason.
Jason: You got enough money there for four years' college tuition? Very good.
Sharlene: No. But it's enough to let her think that her life is heading in the right direction.
Jason: Stop right now. Tell me, what are you buying for her?
Sharlene: A beautiful, perfect dress.
Jason: Oh, that is a good way for anybody to start the future, isn't it?
Sharlene: Hmm -- yep. Do me a favor, Jason -- shut up. I know what I'm doing.
Cass: Atlantic City!
Nicole: You know, I think this is one of my very favorites.
Cass: Didn't you hear me?
Nicole: Atlantic City, yes. I know, that's what the monopoly board is.
Cass: We're going.
Cass: With Felicia and Mitch this weekend in Atlantic City. A little baccarat --
Nicole: You're serious.
Cass: A little blackjack --
Nicole: Midnight strolls along the boardwalk?
Cass: Oh, that, too, yeah.
Cass: So, the rooms have these huge, round beds that vibrate.
Cass: Yeah. That got your attention, didn't it?
Cass: And tubs for two.
Nicole: Hmm. Hmm.
Cass: You know what they have most of?
Nicole: Uh-uh. What do they have most of?
Cass: Craps tables. Miles and miles of craps tables!
Nicole: Tell me more about the baths.
Cass: Oh, ok. They have jets --
Cass: To make bubbles.
Nicole: Oh, you know I love bubbles.
Cass: Yes, you and your troubles vanish with bubbles.
Nicole: Well, I'm certainly glad you came up with this typically ridiculous, badly timed plan.
Cass: Oh, now wait a second. Don't tell me that we're too busy to go away for a weekend?
Nicole: I wonít. I'm starting to get just as impulsive as you.
Nicole: We can close the shop early.
Cass: I'll come back later.
Nicole: Hey, where are you going?
Cass: I'm going over to "Brava" to see Mac.
Nicole: He's back at work?
Cass: Oh, yeah. He started back as soon as they posted bail.
Nicole: Oh, poor Mac -- to have that hanging over his head.
Cass: I know. I just want to let him know I'll be out of town for a few days.
Nicole: There's really nothing you can do, is there?
Cass: No. Just lend him my support, that's all, of course.
Nicole: I know that Mac didn't kill Drew.
Cass: But since he's such a public figure, and since he seems to have had a motive, you can count on the D.A. Trying to pin this whole rap on Mac, no matter what. I'll see you later.
Mac: Oh, hi, darling. Just looking for a clue.
Rachel: For what?
Mac: Marsten couldn't have gotten these photographs by himself. He's not smart enough.
Rachel: Well, what can the photographs tell you?
Mac: Well, I don't know. Maybe who printed them, you know.
Rachel: Darling, there have to be thousands of photographic printing shops around here.
Mac: Well, if I could just find the right one, maybe I'd also find out who killed Marsten.
[Knock on door]
Mac: Come in.
Cass: Is this a bad time, Mac?
Mac: Oh, Cass.
Cass: Hi, Rachel.
Cass: Liz wasn't at the desk.
Mac: No, no, it's fine. It's good to see you.
Cass: It's good to see you, too. How are you doing?
Mac: Well, I've been better.
Cass: I'll bet. The police didn't turn anything up new?
Rachel: I don't think they want to turn anything up.
Mac: All they want is to get this over with. That means hanging me.
Rachel: That's not going to happen, Mac.
Cass: Of course it won't. We won't let it happen.
Mac: If I just had more time and a free hand.
Cass: Well, I have a free hand a couple of ideas.
Mac: What about?
Cass: About this whole takeover business. There are a lot of people -- we know that there were a lot of people involved in it, and I think that Marsten has lists around. I think he's that type.
Mac: Yeah, no doubt.
Cass: If we can just find a list with the other players involved --
Rachel: Where would that be?
Cass: His suite.
Mac: But the police have that cordoned off.
Cass: Oh, I'm an old cordon-cutter from way back. Are you going to be here for a while?
Mac: Cass, I don't want you getting in any trouble with the police.
Cass: Mac, you're my friend. And anyway, don't worry. I'll be careful. I'll call you later.
Sharlene: I can't wait to see the look on her face when she gets one of your designs.
Nicole: Well, I'm sure she'd appreciate anything that you bought for her.
Sharlene: I'm afraid not. Josie hates my taste.
Nicole: Oh, no.
Sharlene: So that -- no, really, that's why I was hoping that maybe you could help me pick something out.
Nicole: Well, certainly. I'd be glad to. Come in. Why don't we just start right here, ok?
Nicole: Uh --
Sharlene: Oh, wait. What's this? Look at this.
Nicole: Uh, yes -- well, you know, I think that's really for an older woman.
Sharlene: No, no, no. This is perfect. It is Josieís favorite color. It's -- it's perfect except for the price.
Nicole: It's silk.
Sharlene: Silk. Right.
Nicole: Now, these dresses down here are a lot more reasonably priced. I just marked some of them down this morning. It's a great sale.
Sharlene: Oh --
Nicole: I can't resist a bargain, myself. It's my weakness.
Nicole: Mm-hmm. Look at these shoes. I got them for 50% off. I bought them in black, too.
Sharlene: Fit great. They're beautiful shoes.
Nicole: Sharlene, how about this? This is really fitted. It really --
Sharlene: Oh -- oh, my!
Sharlene: I think I found it.
Sharlene: Oh, it's so beautiful. Look at the collar!
Nicole: Do you really like it?
Sharlene: Do you?
Nicole: Well, I -- I do think it has its charm. Of course, the right accessories would be necessary for it.
Sharlene: I'll take it.
Nicole: Well, that was certainly quick.
Sharlene: I'll take it because it's Josie. It's Josie!
Nicole: Are you sure it's the right size for her?
Sharlene: Oh, well, it's a little bit big, but I can alter it. That's no problem. Would you put this in a gift box for me, please?
Sharlene: Thank you.
Nicole: Sharlene, how would you like to pay for this?
Sharlene: You take cash?
Nicole: Only with the proper I.D.
Sharlene: I hope you don't mind small bills.
Nicole: No, not at all. You know, you don't have to pay for this all at once. You could just put a down payment on the dress, and then I could defer the rest of the cost --
Sharlene: No, thank you. I've tried to watch credit.
Nicole: Ok, I understand. The cash will be fine.
Sharlene: Well --
Nicole: Thank you.
Sharlene: Thank you.
Nicole: I hope Josie enjoys this.
Sharlene: She's just going to love it. "N.L." Thank you.
Nicole: Bye, now.
Kevin: Not exactly "house beautiful," is it?
Matt: Hey, hey, it's fine.
Kevin: It actually used to be when my mom --
Kevin: Can I get you anything?
Matt: No, thanks. I'm fine.
Kevin: You sure? I'm going to get myself a soda.
Matt: No, no, no. I'm ok.
Kevin: Maybe not. Or anything else for that matter. My dad's on a real strict diet. Why don't you sit down?
Matt: Oh, yeah, sure. Your dad still at work?
Kevin: Oh, I guess so. Slaving away, no doubt, to keep us in the style to which we have become bored.
Matt: Hey, come on, man. It's a fine place. Plenty of people would love to have this house.
Kevin: You're right. It is a fine house. It's got a lot of memories. Some of them are really good.
Tracy: Dad, I thought you had to work late.
Kevin: Tracy --
Tracy: Why didn't you tell us you were coming home?
Kevin: What, and have you waste the fatted calf? Forget it. Where's dad?
Tracy: He had to work a double shift. Hey, Matt.
Tracy: Huh! It feels like old home week, huh?
Kevin: Yeah, broken-down old home week. By the way, that refrigerator looks like a black hole. The light doesn't even work.
Tracy: I know. I was just about to go on a major shopping spree. I wasn't expecting you back so soon.
Kevin: Well, the doctor said I could come home.
Tracy: Well, you look great. I mean, even better than last week, before I came back here.
Kevin: How's dad doing?
Tracy: He's really trying, Kevin.
Matt: Hey, that's great. Right, Kev?
Kevin: What's your favorite junk food, Matt?
Tracy: Those humongous chocolate chip cookies, right?
Kevin: Anything else we can bring you back?
Matt: Hey, wait a minute, wait a minute. I'm going with you guys. You kidding me?
Kevin: No way! You're just going to try and pay for everything. Forget it. This is our party, and you're our guest, ok? So just sit and relax. Let's go, Trace.
Tracy: Yeah, let's go. It's nice having you back.
Kevin: Yeah, well, let's see what dad has to say about that. See you in a minute.
Josie: Mama --
Josie: I needed your help.
Sharlene: Oh, you're still trying to find a dress for that tea?
Josie: Yeah. Which is less disgusting -- this one, or this one?
Sharlene: "Less disgusting"?
Josie: Well, I mean -- well, neither of them is right, but I have to pick one. Which one?
Sharlene: No, you donít.
Josie: What do you mean, no I don't?
Sharlene: You have a dress for the tea.
Josie: You're kidding.
Sharlene: Open it.
Josie: Mama, you -- you bought me a new dress?
Sharlene: Look where I got it.
Josie: Oh, I don't believe it! Nicole Love?
Sharlene: Well, nothing but the very best for my daughter.
Josie: Mama, you're the best! I mean, I can't believe -- it must have cost an arm and a leg!
Sharlene: Would you just open this, for heaven's sakes? Open it up.
Josie: Ok, ok, ok, ok, I will -- I -- oh! My hands are shaking!
Sharlene: Nicole helped me pick it out, you know, but it didn't take long, because the minute I saw it, I knew that it was just right for my girl.
Josie: Oh, mama -- uh -- look at this!
Sharlene: You hate it.
Josie: No! No.
Sharlene: You went white.
Josie: Well, I'm just excited, that's all.
Sharlene: No, you blush when you're excited. You go pale when you're horrified.
Josie: Mama, I think it's terrific.
Sharlene: You really do?
Josie: Well, sure. It's, um -- it's -- so flowery. I mean, the print. You know how I love prints.
Sharlene: Well, I know. You know, I thought of that sundress of yours, and that's why I got it. You practically live in that, so --
Josie: And the fabric is, um -- so -- well, it'll keep me warm.
Sharlene: It's summer.
Sharlene: So why would you want to be warm in the summer?
Josie: Oh. Right. Well, the -- the tea. I mean, you know those parties -- they'll have the air conditioning way high up. I mean, you know how they are.
Sharlene: Why don't you go upstairs and try this on, and then we'll see how it looks on, ok?
Josie: Yeah, right. Ok.
Josie: I love it, mama! I really do!
Jason: She loves what?
Sharlene: Jason, you're just in time.
Jason: You got her the dress?
Sharlene: I got her the dress, and she's upstairs, she's trying it on.
Sharlene: I think I made the wrong choice.
Jason: I don't understand what the big thing is for either one of you. That kid would look great in a paper sack.
Sharlene: Jason, she's trying to make a good impression.
Jason: Oh, Sharlie --
Jason: Well, that --
Josie: What do you think?
Jason: What do I think?
Sharlene: What do you think?
Josie: Well -- I asked you first.
Sharlene: Turn around.
Josie: It's -- it's very cute.
Jason: Cute, yeah.
Sharlene: All right, good, good. Now, take it off. Go take it off before you spill something on it.
Josie: Right. I wouldn't want to do that. Mama thanks again.
Josie: You're the best.
Sharlene: It's a disaster.
Jason: Yeah, yeah, yeah, it is.
Sharlene: She looks like a little girl in that dress. You know, the one I really wanted, I couldn't afford. And she -- I liked the flowers. Did you like the flowers?
Sharlene: What is this?
Jason: Go buy her a very special dress. And do me a very large favor -- don't look at the price tag.
Sharlene: Where did you get this money?
Jason: What are you -- it's a gift. Use it.
Sharlene: Jason, I want to know where you got this --
Jason: Calm down, all right?
Sharlene: No. I will not calm down until you tell me where you got this money.
Jason: I had a windfall. Now stop being so nosey and go get her a dress that looks decent.
Chris: You know I care about you very much.
John: You keep saying that.
Chris: In fact, I'm a little crazy about you.
John: Go on.
Chris: I mean it. The problem is I have a hard time showing you, and I don't know what to do about it.
John: I think you're doing fine so far.
Chris: John, why are you -- why are you being so understanding, so patient?
John: Because I'm crazy about you, too. And I want to help you get through this.
Chris: I don't think anybody can.
John: Why not?
Chris: Because I have a real problem, John, with intimacy.
John: Maybe we just need more time.
John: Chris -- you do still want to see me, don't you?
Chris: I guess I better just come right out and say it.
Chris: John, I can't make love with you or anybody else!
Frank: What are you doing here?
Matt: I --
Frank: Where's Tracy?
Matt: At the store with Kevin.
Matt: We drove down about an hour ago.
Frank: What for?
Matt: He wants to talk to you.
Frank: We tried that already. It doesn't work.
Matt: Look, I don't want to be rude, but I think you're wrong.
Frank: What is it with you and my family? Why are you so interested in me and my family?
Matt: I care about your son.
Frank: I don't need a druggie in my house.
Matt: Listen, he's really fighting hard. Why do you think the clinic released him?
Frank: They should have kept him forever.
Matt: He is reaching out to you.
Frank: Damn it, that's not true. You heard him that day at your house. He doesn't want anything to do with me.
Matt: He was strung-out and angry. He's not like that now.
Frank: How can you be so sure?
Matt: Listen, he's taking the first step. Meet him halfway.
Frank: Was this your idea?
Matt: No, no. It was Kevinís.
Frank: Somehow I doubt that.
Matt: Come on, would you give him a break? I know he always wanted to please you.
Frank: By taking drugs?
Matt: Oh, just -- just forget about that for a while.
Frank: I love this. You rich kid, living up in your ivory tower, comes down to give us poor folk some advice.
Matt: No, no, that's not -- that's not --
Frank: Your family is stinking rich. I saw the Cory castle.
Matt: No. My real father is not rich. Fact is, he was in jail. When he got out, he came looking for me. And I was glad he did, because he took the first step, and I met him halfway.
Frank: I always wanted Kevin to care for me. When his mother died --
Matt: It was hard on you guys.
Frank: He blamed me. Our life was never anything but hard. I could never bring in enough -- so many problems.
Matt: Please, Mr. Julian, just talk to Kevin.
Tracy: Whew, it's what the --
Matt: Well, I --
Kevin: Don't go yet, man. Hang out for a while, ok?
Matt: I, uh -- I have to get going.
Tracy: Are you -- are you sure?
Matt: Yeah. You guys are going to be fine.
Kevin: Thanks for everything. I'll never forget how good you've been to me.
Matt: Send me a post card from L.A., Ok?
Matt: Got to be strong for him.
Tracy: Matt --
Kevin: You look good, dad.
Frank: So do you.
Kevin: Can we talk?
Chris: This goes back a long way, John.
John: I'm listening.
Chris: All right. Once upon a time, there was this guy. He wasn't just any guy. He meant the world to me. I loved him more than anything, more than anyone. God, we were so young.
John: Those feelings were just as strong when you were a kid as they are when you're older.
Chris: I know. I was so naive, I -- I didn't want to make love with him because I hadn't been with anyone before. I was scared. And yet, I really, really wanted to. Well, we made love, and it was wonderful, and I loved him even more, and -- and then he left me. No note, no phone call.
John: You never saw him again?
John: I'm sorry. That's -- that must have been very hard on you.
Chris: He was the love of my life. John, I haven't been with anyone since.
John: Well, you're going to have to let go. You know that, don't you? You have so much to offer. Why are you punishing yourself?
Chris: Because I'm terrified! I'm afraid I won't be able to love you, and I want to so much.
Jason: Why are you hiding in here, Cass?
Cass: I heard you were a suspect.
Jason: For about two minutes, yeah.
Cass: You had an alibi?
Jason: I was with my sister. What's yours?
Cass: I'm not a suspect.
Jason: Maybe not yet.
Cass: What are you doing here?
Jason: I find you hiding behind a door. You got gloves on. That doesn't look real good for you, Cass.
Cass: I did it to help a friend. What's your excuse?
Jason: Well, then we have something in common. I'm doing it to help Mac, too.
Cass: You're what?
Jason: He couldn't have killed Drew. That's not his style.
Cass: Give me a break, will you, Jason?
Jason: I don't care whether you believe it or not.
Cass: You and the Cory's are hardly the best of friends.
Jason: That's exactly why I want to help. He and Rachel both look on me as like I'm some kind of bad guy.
Cass: Hard to believe.
Jason: Look, I'll put it to you straight. They're a wealthy family, a very powerful family.
Cass: And very good judges of character.
Jason: I don't care how many remarks you make, I'm trying to tell you the truth.
Cass: So you're looking to get on their good side -- is that what you're saying?
Jason: If I can prove that Mac is innocent, he wins, and I win. That is not a bad deal, is it?
Cass: I don't believe you.
Jason: I suggest before we waste any more time and the cops get here, you look at this half of the room and I'll check that half, all right?
Josie: Mama -- what's this box doing here?
Sharlene: It's for you.
Josie: But -- I don't understand. What, what --
Sharlene: It's a dress for the tea.
Josie: But you already got me a dress for the tea.
Sharlene: I returned it.
Josie: You what?
Sharlene: It should make some 12-year-old girl very happy.
Josie: Mama, you hated it, too?
Sharlene: I have never seen you look worse.
Josie: Oh. But --
Sharlene: Oh, I know I promised I wouldn't pick out any clothes for you, but --
Josie: That's what you said.
Sharlene: I know, and it was a risk because of how badly I blew it last time, but --
Josie: Oh, mama. I don't believe it.
Sharlene: I didn't blow it?
Josie: Are you kidding? This is the most incredibly beautiful, fabulous dress I've ever seen! I'm going to be the best-dressed girl at the tea.
Sharlene: You are not my baby anymore. You have turned into a beautiful, beautiful woman, and I am very proud.
Kevin: So I guess that's when I figured out that I couldn't go on with my life till I came back here and settled the past with you.
Frank: I know I was hard on you.
Kevin: I just never gave you a chance.
Frank: I guess we're alike in a lot of ways. I know you don't want to hear that.
Kevin: Dad, I was so afraid of becoming like you. When you drank, I got so upset.
Frank: I just couldn't handle things. I felt like I was running in place when your mother died.
Kevin: Even though I -- I hated to see you drunk, and I swore to myself I would never let it happen to me --
Frank: You fell in the same hole I was in.
Kevin: I almost didn't make it.
Frank: I know. Tracy told me.
Kevin: Why didn't you visit me in the clinic?
Frank: I thought you didn't want me to, not after everything we said that day at Matthewís house.
Kevin: I was out of control, dad.
Frank: You blame me for mom, don't you?
Frank: You think it's my fault that she died.
Kevin: Dad, I never said that.
Frank: You didn't have to. You thought I asked too much of her.
Kevin: But it wasn't your fault --
Frank: You know how much I loved her, Kevin?
Frank: She meant everything to me. You kids -- every time I look at you, I see her. And when she got pregnant again, she shouldn't have --
Tracy: Dad, she wanted the baby. It almost happened.
Kevin: I don't blame you.
Tracy: We miss her, too.
Frank: I shut you two out, especially you, Kevin -- but I never stopped loving you. I just didn't know how to be there for you without Laura.
Kevin: Dad, I need your help.
Kevin: I want to make you proud of me.
Frank: I already am. I want so much for you. Kevin, you're my future.
Kevin: Daddy -- I love you.
Frank: I love you, too, son.
John: I've been scared, too, you know.
Chris: I can't picture that.
John: I was in love with someone for a long time, or at least I thought I was. I told you about that.
Chris: Yes, but you never told me who it was.
Chris: Donna Hudson?
John: She wasn't married to Mike at the time.
Chris: Still, it must have been very painful for you.
John: Yeah, it was. But I -- I began to realize that the reason that I was in love with her was because she was out of reach. I was punishing myself. I loved a woman who couldn't love me back, then I could have all the misery I deserved.
Chris: Oh, John. How did you start to be happy?
John: I'm still working on that one, but at least I'm headed in the right direction.
Chris: You're a smart man, John. You seem to have your life figured out.
John: I don't know about my life. But I know that I'm smart enough to realize that you are worth waiting for, no matter how long it takes.
Josie: Matthew, what are you doing?
Matt: I'm tossing pebbles against your window.
Matt: Well, because last time I did it, it was very romantic.
Josie: It was, wasn't it?
Matt: Yeah, and I saw this movie where this guy, he wanted to ask this girl out for a date --
Josie: A date?
Matt: Yeah, and the girl said yes, and they went off and had a blast.
Josie: Sounds like fun.
Matt: So, you'll go?
Josie: Go where?
Matt: To the thing at "Brava."
Josie: It's not a thing, it's a formal tea.
Matt: Ooh, excuse me.
Josie: And I can't go with you anyway.
Matt: Why not?
Josie: Because you're the boss' son, and I won't have people thinking that's why I got the job.
Matt: Wait, wait, you're going to punish me because of who Iím related to?
Josie: I'll spend time with you there, but you can't take me.
Matt: You're serious?
Josie: Mm-hmm. And, Matt, Iím so excited. My mom bought me the most beautiful dress!
Josie: I mean, she went through all this trouble. She spent way too much money, and it just meant a lot to me. I'm really, really lucky to have her for a mom.
Rachel: Mac, why don't we call Adam?
Mac: What for?
Rachel: Well, he's got to have friends still on the force.
Mac: Darling, this is up to the district attorney, and he has his sights set directly on me.
Mac: Because he has political ambitions. A noisy, nasty murder trial will give him a big boost.
Rachel: He'll lose.
Mac: Let's not talk about it anymore, all right? I feel like I'm totally neglecting the business.
Rachel: Oh, everybody's been great around here. They've been working overtime.
Mac: But there are some major decisions to be made.
Rachel: The most pressing one is the chief financial officer.
Mac: I have to fill that. The company can't be without a money man.
Rachel: Well, I'm interviewing people tomorrow morning.
Mac: Oh, good.
Rachel: You can see the finalists anytime after that.
Mac: Is there anything else? I don't want to leave any loose ends.
Rachel: Don't worry, darling. I'm taking care of everything.
Mac: What would I do without you --?
Rachel: I haven't the faintest idea.
Mac: And all our wonderful family? I just live for you all, you know.
Rachel: I know.
Mac: As long as all of you are happy, that's all that matters to me.
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