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Another World Transcript Monday 10/18/04
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Provided by Boo
Proofread by Daniel
Bridget: Here we are, dear.
Vicky: Bridget, I told you I didn't want any food.
Bridget: Oh, did you?
Bridget: Well, I guess I misunderstood, eh?
Vicky: The three times you asked me, I said no.
Bridget: Oh, well. See, now, as long as it's here, you might as well eat it, eh?
Vicky: I'm not hungry.
Bridget: Victoria, you've got to eat, dear.
Vicky: I really don't feel like it, Bridget.
Bridget: You know, you only came out of the hospital the other day.
Vicky: I know. I'm fine, really. I'm just a little tired, that's all.
Bridget: Well, I don't wonder, dear. I mean, you were up and down all night long.
Vicky: I'm sorry if I kept you awake.
Bridget: Oh, now, you mustn't worry about me, dear. What you should be thinking about is yourself and your baby.
Vicky: I do, all the time.
Bridget: Is that what you were thinking about last night?
Bridget: Look, would you like me to call Dr. Frame?
Bridget: Well, maybe he could help you, dear.
Vicky: No, Bridget, Dr. Peterson is my doctor, ok?
Bridget: But, look, dear, Jamie’s got --
Vicky: He can call if he wants to, Bridget. Nobody's stopping him.
Bridget: Well, maybe he's just busy at the hospital, dear.
Vicky: I don't care. I'm -- I'm just going to go to sleep.
[Knock on door]
Bridget: Oh, well, that's all right. Whoever it is, I'll tell them that you're just resting.
Vicky: No. No, I'm fine. Really, I'm fine.
Michael: Good morning, Bridget!
Bridget: Oh, Mr. Michael.
Michael: Good morning, my beautiful daughter. Ooh --
Vicky: Hi, dad.
Michael: And a good morning it is, too.
Michael: Isn't anyone going to ask me why I'm in such a good mood?
Vicky: Why are you in such a good mood?
Michael: Good question -- because I've got great news. I've got some news that we've been waiting a long time to hear.
Lisa: So, Jake decided to enlarge the focus of the documentary. We've got the stuff on Mikey's kidnapping, and the rest is going to be a day in the life of the Bay City Police Department.
Courtney: With Delaney’s blessing?
Lisa: Oh, of course. He thinks it'll be great for public relations.
Courtney: This must be a pain for you, though.
Lisa: Well, no. Actually, it's kind of interesting.
Courtney: Well, before I went to California, you were a little uptight about working with Jake?
Lisa: I was at first.
Courtney: You changed your mind about it?
Lisa: Jake has more of a soul than I thought.
Lisa: He was very kind when we were looking for Mikey.
Courtney: Oh, Mikey. That poor little boy -- I mean, he's been through so much.
Lisa: I can't believe that both of his parents were killed --
Lisa: And there are no relatives.
Courtney: No, we did a lot of searching in Los Angeles, but nothing. But at least he has the Hudson’s.
Lisa: Hmm. Well, that's a lot.
Lisa: Anyway, Delaney wants us to all cooperate with Jake on this documentary, so we better be on our best behavior.
Courtney: Oh, yes, indeed. Oh.
Julie Ann: Special delivery for Courtney Walker.
Courtney: What is this?
Julie Ann: This is a "welcome back from California" gift from Zack.
Courtney: Ha. Now, why didn't he deliver it himself if he missed me so much?
Julie Ann: Oh, well, he was called down to court this morning and, voila, little sister gets talked into being delivery lady.
Lisa: Well, it sounds like someone missed you a lot while you were gone.
Julie Ann: Well, you know what they say -- "absence makes the heart grow fonder."
Courtney: Oh, do they really?
Rick: Couldn't have said it better myself. How about having lunch with me?
Sharlene: And I've already told you, Mr. Frame is not in. I'm his sister. Who are -- a collection agency? But -- how much? Well, are you sure? Six months? Yes. Yes, I'll give him the message as soon as he comes in.
Jason: Hi. It is freezing out there.
Sharlene: There's some coffee on the stove.
Sharlene: So did you get those storm windows put up, Jason?
Jason: Yeah, I did, Sharlie, and do me a great big huge favor -- don't ask me to do any more chores around here. I've got enough things to do now. Oh.
Sharlene: Is Frame Construction in money trouble?
Jason: No, Frame Construction's got more money than I know what to do with.
Sharlene: Then you're ok financially?
Jason: Yeah, fine, fine.
Sharlene: You did use that money from Vicky to get yourself out of debt.
Jason: Do you have something on your mind, Sharlie?
Sharlene: Obviously, this is a mistake.
Jason: What is this?
Sharlene: A collection agency just called. They say you owe them $50,000.
Julie Ann: Don't you think it's kind of late now just to be asking me out for lunch?
Rick: Well, I'm a spontaneous kind of guy.
Julie Ann: Well, you're in luck. I'm in a spontaneous mood today.
Rick: Is that a yes?
Julie Ann: Well, I --
Rick: Oh, there's a great new Italian restaurant, just opened down the street.
Julie Ann: Yes.
Julie Ann: But I have to get back to work right now.
Rick: Well, I'll pick you up later.
Julie Ann: Well, the restaurant's nearby. I'll stop by here. Ok, noonish?
Julie Ann: Ok.
Rick: See you then.
Courtney: Oh, Julie Ann, can I talk to you for a second?
Julie Ann: Yeah, sure.
Courtney: Do you know when Zack gets out of court today?
Julie Ann: I think he'll be there all morning.
Courtney: I'll get in touch with him later.
Julie Ann: Ok.
Courtney: Thanks for bringing these things by.
Julie Ann: Anything to help the course of true love.
Lisa: Yes, sir. Rick, Delaney wants to talk to you.
Rick: Well, even that prospect can't ruin my day now.
Courtney: I thought you were uncomfortable with people who work for Mac Cory.
Rick: Well, for a beautiful lady like Julie Ann, I'll make an exception. Excuse me.
Lisa: I didn't know he was interested in Julie Ann.
Courtney: Neither did I.
Lisa: Well --
Lisa: Lisa Grady.
Jamie: Is this the beautiful, captivating, and oh-so-creative Lisa Grady that I love so much?
Lisa: I certainly hope so. Hi.
Jamie: Hi. Listen, are we still on for dinner tonight with Matthew and Josie?
Lisa: Yes, we are, and I talked to Josie this morning, and they'll be at my place at 7:00.
Jamie: Ok, good. Listen, I'm going to drop by Vicky’s after I get off duty.
Jamie: And I just want to check in and see how she's doing.
Jamie: And I thought you should know that upfront.
Lisa: Jamie, I told you, you just do what you think is best.
Jamie: You know, she hasn't been taking very good care of herself and --
Lisa: Yeah, I understand. I'll see you later.
Jamie: I love you.
Lisa: I love you, too.
Courtney: How's Jamie?
Lisa: Oh, he's fine.
Courtney: I thought you two would be married when I got back.
Lisa: Why don't I go over these files with you, see if we can get this straight --
Rick: Oh. Why did he have to pick today of all days?
Courtney: What happened?
Rick: Delaney wants me to cover the sergeant's desk during lunch.
Lisa: Oh. There goes your lunch with Julie Ann.
Rick: What am I going to do? I just made it with her. Now I got to break it. I --
Courtney: I guess you can always order a pizza in.
Rick: That's a great idea.
Courtney: I was just joking.
Rick: What's the number of that pizza place?
Courtney: You ought to have memorized this by now.
Rick: Here it is.
Courtney: You are a class act, Rick.
Rick: Hey, it's better than no lunch at all, right? Hey, Lisa, one of these days you're going to smile and I'm not going to recognize you.
Vicky: The child welfare board has decided to give you custody? Oh, congratulations!
Bridget: Oh, isn't that wonderful!
Vicky: Oh, I'm so happy for you!
Bridget: Oh, my, Miss Donna must be so relieved.
Michael: Well, "relieved" is not the exact word I'd use.
Michael: "Berserk" -- that's the word I'd use. I think she's calling colleges right now for Mikey.
Vicky: Oh, tell us what happened.
Michael: Well, you know how the police was looking for Mikey’s real parents?
Michael: They found that Mikey’s parents had been killed in an automobile accident.
Vicky: Oh, God.
Bridget: Oh, my, the poor wee dear laddie.
Vicky: What about relatives?
Michael: As near as they can determine, he doesn't have any.
Vicky: He's really your son.
Vicky: Oh, dad, this is great. I mean, the whole Hudson family's starting new again.
Michael: Yes. The Hudson family's starting new. We're going to have a new house with lots of room, lots of room.
Michael: Now, I told you, if Jamie Frame will not support you, your family will.
Vicky: I know. Thanks.
Michael: So, you thought about Majorca?
Vicky: Yes. And I think I want to go.
Bridget: What's this about Majorca?
Michael: Bridget, how would you like to go to the sun spot of Europe?
Michael: Absolutely. I know a nice little place over there.
Vicky: "Little place"? I saw pictures of this little place. It has a long, sandy private beach, beautiful courtyard --
Vicky: Wonderful flowers.
Bridget: Oh, it sounds wonderful, it sounds wonderful.
Michael: You want to go?
Vicky: I want to go. I want to go as soon as possible.
Michael: Well, I tell you what -- you call up my travel agent and you can be in Majorca by tomorrow morning.
Bridget: Oh, my, better start packing right away.
Michael: Ah, but, remember --
Bridget: Yes, yes?
Michael: Bring the bathing suit, that little tiny one that you wear.
Bridget: Oh, Mr. Michael, now, come on, now stop it.
Vicky: Well, I only have one little piece of business to take care of.
Michael: What's that?
Vicky: Jason Frame.
Michael: I will handle Jason Frame. I do not want you going near him.
Sharlene: It's a lumber bill for $50,000.
Sharlene: Do you owe that money?
Jason: Would you forget the money?
Sharlene: What if this collection agency calls again?
Jason: You tell them that it is in the mail, all right?
Sharlene: I will not lie for you, Jason, not again.
Jason: Well, then don't say anything to them.
Sharlene: What are you going to do about this bill?
Jason: They cannot get blood out of a stone, now, can they?
Sharlene: You don't have the money.
Jason: Will you just stay out of my business, please?
Sharlene: What happened to all that money you borrowed from Vicky Hudson? You told her you were using it to pay bills, Jason.
Jason: Drop it, Sharlie.
Sharlene: Oh, boy. What is it this time, huh? Is it some angle, just like that dirty business with Drew Marsten?
Jason: Oh. Miss straight-and-narrow is going to give me a lecture now?
Sharlene: Yeah -- oh, God. Jason, haven't you learned by now that you don't get anywhere by cheating and hurting people?
Jason: You take care of your own life. Leave mine alone.
Sharlene: At least I am trying to change my life.
Jason: Oh, yeah, a great life you got. You start working way before daylight and you're working way after dark. That's nice.
Sharlene: So, I'm happy, Jason.
Jason: No, you're not. You're just afraid. You're afraid to do anything. You're afraid to go out and get anything. I'm going out in the world and I'm going to get what I want.
Sharlene: And keep getting beaten up by people you've hurt.
Jason: Butt out!
Sharlene: I know it was Sam Fowler, Jason, and I know why he did it.
Jason: You believe whatever you want, all right? That's fine.
Sharlene: What are you doing?
Jason: I am doing the quarterly reports for Frame Construction, all right?
Sharlene: The company had more income than that.
Jason: What are you talking about?
Sharlene: I saw the invoices, Jason.
Jason: Well, you saw the wrong ones. You're mistaken, ok?
Sharlene: You're lying on your taxes.
Jason: I am not lying. I'm maneuvering. Now, you tell me how people like Mac Cory ever got anywhere in life without a little maneuvering.
Sharlene: I can't speak for Mac Cory!
Jason: Hey! Look, they all do it, all right? I'm sure he bent a lot of rules getting his fortune.
Sharlene: You just can't -- you cannot believe, imagine that anybody could get rich by working hard!
Jason: Look, the man has got an office filled with C.P.A.S, attorneys, tax experts, lawyers. I don't have anybody. I'm me. You see anybody else here? It is just me.
Sharlene: If the tax people --
Jason: I want to save on my taxes, I got to do it!
Sharlene: I don't care! If the tax people catch you, it'll hurt John, too.
Jason: Well, that's fine, because he walks off, he leaves me the mess, he leaves me all the bills!
Sharlene: Sometimes I am so ashamed to be your sister.
Jason: Well, why don't you jump ship, too, just like anybody else. Why should you be any different? Here! Take it.
Michael: So you take off tonight? Oh, I see -- no, you go to New York this afternoon and -- then you take off. Well, you'll be in Majorca by morning. That's wonderful. Ok, I'll talk to you. Bye.
Michael: How's Mikey?
Donna: Oh, fine. Have you ever tried to read "the pokey little puppy" four times?
Michael: No. I think three is my record.
Donna: Right. I don't know why they make these stories so long with so many words. Anyway, who's going to Majorca?
Donna: Well, Michael, she didn't tell me anything about that.
Michael: Well, I'm sorry. She just decided.
Donna: Well, what in the world would make her go to Majorca?
Michael: I did.
Donna: You? Why?
Michael: Because I thought she needed some time away from Jamie.
Donna: Oh, great. What's he done now?
Michael: Nothing. That's the point, Donna.
Donna: But when Victoria was in the hospital, he was wonderful to her.
Michael: Honey, he cared about her health, he cared about the baby, but that was about it.
Donna: Well, maybe so, but why does she have to go so far away?
Michael: Well, she seems to feel that putting some distance between she and Jamie would be good right now.
Donna: You know, listen, I just wish I could strangle him sometimes for all the hurt that he's caused her. But, God, I guess I better go with her.
Michael: No, Donna.
Donna: But, Michael, she can't travel alone in her condition.
Michael: Bridget is going with her.
Donna: Well, I'm her mother.
Michael: Well, you're Mikey’s mother now, too.
Donna: Well, fine. I'll just take Mikey with me.
Michael: You're going to take Mikey out of my life?
Donna: You're right. I'm sorry.
Donna: Ok, so how long is she going to be gone?
Michael: Well, a few weeks. I don't know.
Donna: A few weeks? Come on. I mean, she's already five months pregnant.
Michael: Donna, look, I talked to Dr. Peterson. She said it was perfectly ok. It's not going to hurt Vicky at all.
Donna: I don't care. She shouldn't go out of the country.
Michael: Donna, come on. Victoria has been under a lot of pressure and a lot of strain for a while now. I think it would do her a lot of good to get out of town. Please, Donna. Let her go.
Jason: Oh, you are acting like family. You walk in here like you own the place.
Vicky: I figure for $250,000 I do own it, Jason.
Jason: Look, Vicky, I told you the other day --
Vicky: You spent all my money on bills.
Jason: That's right. You remember -- good. I did.
Vicky: Well, I'm ready to see the receipts.
Jason: You didn't tell me you were coming down now. Besides, in the construction business, you have to realize a lot of payments get made right under the table.
Vicky: You are going under, Jason, if you don't pay me back my money.
Jason: I will pay you back your money.
Jason: Well, I could do it in payments like a bank. Vicky Hudson national bank -- that has a nice ring to it, doesn't it?
Vicky: I'm not laughing, Jason.
Jason: Well, you should. It's good for your health. And in your condition, I'd say that that would help --
Vicky: I want my money.
Jason: You have some financial disaster that I don't know about?
Vicky: You cheated, you lied, and you used me, Jason!
Jason: I did not, and I have told you, I don't have it to give it back to you.
Vicky: I heard Cass talk to you.
Jason: And I can't believe you hired that sleaze to represent you.
Vicky: Well, I'm going to be going away for a few days --
Vicky: So by the time I get back, I expect that you will have paid him.
Jason: I'm not going to pay Cass. I would prefer to make payments to you, only you.
Vicky: Well, not that I think that you would, but just in case, you can send them in care of casa Miranda, Majorca.
Jason: What are you doing? Going to play hard to get?
Jason: Well, this is obviously some ploy to land Jamie, isn't it?
Vicky: It is no ploy. He doesn't even know where I'm going. Now, I will expect a payment very soon.
Jason: Well, you'll get it very soon. I'll send it with interest. I'll let Jamie know where you are.
Sharlene: You've got to start being straight with people, Jason, especially yourself.
Jason: I know. I know, I know. If John doesn't want to be my partner, that's fine. I'll get somebody else, somebody better.
Sharlene: They don't come better than John.
Jason: You're not listening to what I'm saying. I don't want him here.
Jason: I don't want him on this property.
Sharlene: He is building my greenhouse.
Jason: No, he's not. I will build it.
Sharlene: No. If John wants to come out here, he is welcome. You cannot stop him.
Jason: He sets one foot on this property, he's got to be ready for me.
Sharlene: Let's just forget about the Cory's, ok?
Jason: How can I forget about the Cory’s? Every time I turn around, there's a Cory trying to do something to a Frame. I got one in the house right now, my own home.
Sharlene: What are you talking about?
Jason: Matthew. Who knows what he's trying to tell Josie?
Sharlene: Matthew Cory is a very nice young man.
Jason: Yeah? He's a Cory and he can't be trusted and I don't want him having anything more to do with Josie, all right?
Sharlene: You have no right to tell Josie --
Jason: This is my home!
Sharlene: Fine. Then Josie and I are moving out of it.
John: Hi, Sharlene. I've come by to do a little work on the greenhouse.
Sharlene: Hey, John. Ahem.
John: What's the matter?
John: Oh. You know, you and I have an awful lot in common.
John: Well, whenever there's nothing going on with me, I usually cry about it, too.
Sharlene: Three guesses.
John: What'd Jason do this time?
Sharlene: Hmm. You won't believe it.
Sharlene: I caught him cheating on last quarter's taxes for Frame Construction.
John: No, I'd believe it. Wait a minute, wait a minute. My name is on the company for that quarter.
Sharlene: Yeah, well, I pointed that out to him, but it just didn't seem to matter.
John: No, nothing has ever mattered to Jason except Jason.
Sharlene: I'm beginning to think that he would -- would even use me to get what he wants.
John: If he ever hurt you, I'd -- I'll have a talk with him, ok?
Sharlene: I don't think it'd do much good, John.
John: No, I'm not interested in his immortal soul. I just don't want to go to jail for tax evasion.
Sharlene: I wouldn't let that happen to you. I'd tell.
John: I'm sorry this has hurt you so much.
Sharlene: He really resented growing up poor, John. It's like somebody did something to him personally. He wanted to be somebody so much.
John: He just didn't want to work for it?
Sharlene: He didn't have the patience to work for it. He was hurting inside.
John: Sharlene, you grew up in the same house, in the same way he did, but you don't do the things he does.
Sharlene: I ain't perfect, John.
John: No, you ain't, but you're real close.
Julie Ann: We're not having lunch?
Julie Ann: Well, thanks. Rick, I came all the way down here --
Rick: We're having lunch. We're just not going out.
Julie Ann: Oh?
Rick: Well, I thought maybe you might prefer something a little more intimate, somewhere we can get to know each other better?
Julie Ann: Rick, I want to go to that Italian restaurant.
Rick: Ah, we are. Ta-da -- la villa Rick. Unfortunately, the strolling accordionist called in sick.
Julie Ann: Oh, what is this? This is --
Courtney: Pizza delivery.
Rick: Aha. Well, you see, Delaney gave me desk duty. I hope you don't mind.
Julie Ann: Hmm, it depends on the pizza.
Rick: Oh, well, I got everything on it. You just toss what you don't like.
Courtney: The man covers his bases.
Julie Ann: He certainly does. Well -- I like pizza with everything on it.
Rick: Right here, my dear. Ha-ha. Mmm.
Courtney: Now, I know you two are going to be so disappointed that I cannot join you, but I'm going to go watch --
Courtney: Ahem. Are you sure you're not asking for trouble?
Julie Ann: How do you mean?
Courtney: You know --
Julie Ann: That issue hasn't come up, and I don't see why it should.
Courtney: Suit yourself.
Julie Ann: Smells great.
Rick: Mm-hmm. There you are.
Julie Ann: Mmm.
Rick: And here's mine. I really am sorry about this.
Julie Ann: I don't mind, really.
Rick: Well, I really wanted to go out. It's just -- well, this job, you don't exactly get an expense account.
Julie Ann: Being a cop seems kind of like -- it's an odd career for you.
Julie Ann: Those jobs, the ones with the expense accounts -- that seems a little bit more like your --
Rick: Now you sound like my mother.
Julie Ann: Is that bad?
Rick: Well, we have our differences. Eat your pizza.
Julie Ann: Why? She didn't want you to be a cop?
Rick: Well, no one in my family wanted that. I suppose that's the main reason I did.
Jason: I am sick and tired of hearing about Vicky’s investment.
Michael: Oh, you're breaking my heart, Jason.
Jason: Hey, your daughter came to me and she offered me a lot more money than I was going to ask her for, and nobody twisted her arm.
Michael: My daughter invested in what she thought was her uncle's company because you left out two very important facts -- one, my brother wouldn't touch you with a 10-foot pole, and, two, there was no company.
Jason: I used the money to get Frame Construction on its feet.
Michael: Fine. Now you can start paying Vicky back.
Jason: I told her I'd do that, once I repair the damage that your brother's done.
Michael: My brother had a real good reason for dissolving this partnership with you.
Jason: Oh, yeah, nice partnership we had -- he runs out, leaves me with all the bills. I'm holding the bag.
Michael: Wait a minute, wait a minute. What, I thought you used Vicky’s money to pay off your bills.
Jason: I did, I did. I just got a few more.
Michael: Jason, I don't like people messing with my family. You have exploited my daughter. You have used my brother.
Jason: It's the other way around, Hudson.
Michael: And if there's any more funny business out of you, you are going to be in court so fast your head is going to spin.
Jason: Wait, wait -- what are you so upset about? I don't understand. And your wife was all for this little business deal between Vicky and myself.
Jason: Yeah, she was there the day I signed the contract.
Michael: Donna knew about the loan?
Jason: She knew all about it.
Michael: I don't believe you. God!
Jason: Why don't you ask her and find out? I was supposed to do my little bit to help Vicky and Jamie get together. Oh, you got one clever wife there. Yeah.
Michael: Jason, give Vicky her money back and stay the hell away from my family.
[Knock on door]
Donna: Where's Jamie?
Lisa: He's at the hospital. What do you want?
Donna: I hope you're satisfied.
Lisa: What are you talking about?
Donna: But then again, you probably don't think you've done enough, even putting Victoria in the hospital.
Donna: Oh, come on, don't give me that innocent look. This is all your fault. You have done everything you possibly could to drive a wedge between her and Jamie.
Lisa: Donna, I want you to leave.
Donna: You have put so much pressure on her in her condition, no wonder she decided to leave town.
Lisa: She's leaving town?
Donna: Yes. That's what I just said. So are you happy?
Lisa: Where is she going?
Donna: I will tell that to Jamie. Jamie is probably interested since he is the father of her child.
Lisa: Hi. May I speak to Dr. Frame? Thank you.
Jamie: Dr. Frame.
Lisa: Jamie, it's Lisa.
Jamie: Hi. What's the matter?
Lisa: Could you come home right now?
Jamie: Is it important?
Lisa: Yes, I think it's very important, for both of us.
John: Ah, Jason. I understand you've been playing a little hide-and-seek with the tax man.
Jason: Well, Sharlie didn't waste any time, now, did she?
John: Just leave Sharlene out of this.
Jason: She had no right to start butting in.
John: And you got no right dragging me into your tax dodge.
Jason: I didn't do any tax dodge. I was looking at some alternatives, some options I had.
John: Oh, that's what you call it, huh?
Jason: Yeah. I was playing with the numbers. Who doesn't?
Jason: Well, you must be the only person in the entire United States who doesn’t.
John: My name is on the company for that quarter.
John: So I don't want to have to book passage on a banana boat when you file that work of fiction.
Jason: You wouldn't mind now if the changes I make we can get away with, now, would you?
John: Yes, I would mind. Look, I don't want to screw around with the I.R.S., Ok?
Jason: Then what are you doing here? What do you want anyway, John?
John: File the taxes properly. And remember, I have to sign them before you send them in.
Jason: All I was trying to do was save us a little money. Now, what's wrong with that?
John: Jason, can't you do anything straight?
Jason: Hey, you live by the rules, you're not going to get anywhere, John.
John: Well, how does living the way you do get anyone anywhere? Your whole life is a mess and you've hurt anyone around you.
Jason: Well, what are you hurting about? You walk out, you leave me with every single bill here --
John: Look, I am hurting because I happen to care about you, and God only knows why! You're one of the biggest screwups I've ever run into in my life!
Jason: What did you say? I mean, what are you trying to tell me? I thought you hated my guts.
John: Oh, Jason, believe me, I entertained that idea an awful lot. You know what really bugs me about you? It's just watching you throw away your life on these half-baked harebrained schemes of yours. You're better than that, man, and you only end up hurting yourself and -- and Sharlene.
Jason: Yeah, I've put Sharlene through a lot.
John: You're damn lucky to have her on your side.
Jason: I'll make it up to Sharlie.
John: You know, I ought to be shot for even thinking of this, but -- oh. If you could get yourself squared away and stay out of trouble, which I think is highly unlikely --
John: But if you could, maybe we ought to think about being partners again.
Donna: Yes, Dr. Jamie Frame. Well, where is he? I was there a little while ago and he wasn't there then, either. Would you please page him? Well -- what do you mean he's not there? He's a doctor. He can't just disappear into thin air. No, I will call back later. Thank you.
Michael: Where you been?
Donna: Well, I was just -- I was just out.
Donna: Oh, is the architect coming over later?
Michael: Donna, did --
Donna: Listen, is Mikey up? I want to take him over to say goodbye to Victoria.
Michael: Did you tell Jason Frame that you approved of his loan from Victoria?
Michael: He says you did.
Donna: Well, he is lying, Michael.
Michael: So you didn't know anything about it?
Donna: No. Actually, I guess I should have figured he was up to something when I saw him in Victoria’s hospital room.
Michael: You didn't tell me you saw him.
Donna: I didn't think it was that important then.
Michael: He didn't mention anything about a loan?
Donna: No, and if he had have, I certainly wouldn't have approved of it. Look, I -- I really do. I want to take Mikey over and see Victoria before I miss her, ok?
Michael: Ok. Look, tell her I'll be there after I get done with john and the architect, ok?
Donna: All right, all right. Listen, I am not lying to you. I mean, you believe that, don't you?
Michael: Sure, I do.
Lisa: Thanks for getting here so fast.
Jamie: Well, I have to leave really soon. I'm due to assist in surgery. What's up?
Lisa: I just got some news I know you want to hear.
Jamie: Oh, what is it?
Lisa: Vicky's leaving town. She's given up. She's going.
Lisa: Isn't that -- well, I don't know.
Jamie: Do you know when?
Lisa: No, but --
Jamie: It's just like Vicky to pick up and leave today. I don't believe this.
Lisa: I thought --
Jamie: Maybe I can catch her.
Lisa: Where are you going?
Jamie: Well, I'm going to talk her out of it, of course. Thanks for the warning.
Lisa: Oh -- don't forget about dinner! _
Michael: What's this?
Man: Mikey's room.
John: It's nothing like the original plan.
Man: So all you do is move the walls.
John: Doesn't that get a little messy year after year?
Man: Not at all. They're partitions.
Michael: And they move.
Man: Whenever, wherever you want. As Mikey grows, so does his room.
Michael: That's a great idea.
Man: Mikey struck me as the kind of kid who needs a lot of room.
Michael: Yeah, like Wyoming.
Man: So, this door leads to an enclosed outdoor play area.
Michael: Wow! That's fantastic!
John: It's the kind of a room that every kid dreams of.
Man: I sure did. You know what it's like sharing a room with two older brothers?
Michael: Well, I know what it's like to share a room with one younger brother, and it was like living with pig pen.
John: I won't even respond to that.
Michael: I'm so glad.
Man: So, do I have the job, Mr. Hudson?
Michael: Well, I got to tell you, this is original and innovative.
Man: But you've asked around and nobody's ever heard of me?
Michael: No. Actually, your colleagues speak very highly of you.
Man: But it is my first major project.
Michael: One in which I hope my family and I will live for a long time to come.
Man: Mr. Hudson, I know what you want. I know this house. And I know I can do it.
Michael: Well, I believe you do. The job is yours.
Man: Thanks, Mr. Hudson. You won't regret it.
Michael: I know that. Build me a great house, all right? I'll see you later.
Josie: Hey. You look so --
Matt: Debonair? Handsome? Sporty? Charming?
Josie: Yes, yes, yes -- all of the above.
Matt: Oh, thank you very much. You know, it's amazing how I keep that up after three sets.
Josie: You played with your dad, did you?
Josie: How'd it go?
Matt: Oh, I think my backhand's really improving.
Josie: I'm talking about your dad.
Matt: Fine, fine. It went fine, it went fine.
Matt: So when are we going to play tennis?
Josie: Oh. Well, I mean, you know, I'm busy around here with my mom and everything.
Matt: Yeah, you don't know how.
Matt: Why don't you just tell me you don't know how?
Josie: Because I feel stupid.
Matt: I can teach you.
Josie: I'm terrible at sports.
Matt: No, we'll go to the country club, play a few sets, have lunch.
Josie: The country club?
Matt: Yeah. They have great courts there, and you will be the most beautiful girl on them.
Josie: Oh, right. With my cutoff shorts and my old t-shirt, I can just see it.
Matt: Come on, come on. What are you worrying about these people looking at you for?
Josie: Matthew, you've never had to worry. You grew up with those fancy-schmancy people.
Matt: Yeah, but it doesn't mean I don't get nervous sometimes, too.
Josie: You get nervous?
Matt: Sure, I do. But I just remember one thing that my grandmother taught me.
Josie: And what's that?
Matt: Whenever somebody makes you nervous, you picture them --
Both: In their underwear.
Matt: That's right. You try it, it'll work. It works.
Josie: Ok, ok, ok. I'll try.
Matt: Ok, come on, first lesson.
Josie: Oh, Matthew.
Matt: Good a time as any, right? Ok, now, let's see. You hold the racket there.
Matt: Bend the knees.
Josie: Bend the knees.
Matt: All right, get my -- ok, don't play with your hair.
Matt: Ok. Now, you're left-handed, so we're going to swing back here.
Matt: And you swing back -- that's called the back swing.
Josie: Hmm, that's original.
Matt: Yeah, like this -- see that?
Josie: Like that?
Matt: There, like that.
Josie: Like --
Matt: Go ahead, go ahead.
Matt: Good. Very good. No, not that rushed. Just take it easy.
Matt: Swing through. Let your body do the work.
Matt: Go ahead.
Josie: Ok, ok.
Matt: Go ahead.
Josie: All right. Ok.
Josie: All right.
Matt: Go ahead. Just freely -- go.
Josie: Ok, "freely"?
Josie: Ok, like that?
Matt: Oh! Ow!
Josie: Oh, Matthew, I'm so sorry!
Matt: Not bad there. That little swing is -- oh --
Josie: I -- I think I need more lessons.
Matt: Ok -- ok. Let's see. Now, just take it easy.
Matt: Swing it back like that --
Matt: And through. You see that? Isn't that better?
Josie: I think I'm going to like tennis.
Matt: Oh, yeah?
Vicky: Hey, I'm going to miss you so much!
Bridget: There we go.
Vicky: Are you going to miss me? Are you going to miss me?
Donna: Victoria, honey?
Donna: Are you sure you're all right to travel?
Vicky: For the hundredth time, yes, Mother.
Donna: Oh, well, maybe I should go with you after all.
Vicky: No, I'm going to relax on this trip.
Donna: Oh, what, you're saying you can't relax without me?
Vicky: Oh, well, do you want the truth or --
Bridget: Victoria -- Victoria, I don't know what I've done with my passport.
Vicky: It's in your purse, Bridget!
Vicky: Oh, we've got to go!
Donna: Oh, there's the cab.
Vicky: Oh, back to mommy, you. Bye, and I love you.
Donna: Yes, I love you, too.
Vicky: I love you. Have fun in your new house.
Donna: Oh, I'm sorry you missed Michael, though.
Vicky: Well, tell him I love him and --
Donna: All right, all right. You be careful.
Vicky: Thank you.
Donna: Have a good time.
Bridget: Goodbye, Mikey.
Vicky: Love you, bye-bye!
Donna: Say bye-bye!
Bridget: Bye, miss Donna!
Donna: Say bye-bye! Yes, we do! All right! Oh, my goodness!
Yeah. Well, I guess we can go now, too. Tell you what -- I'm going to put your jacket back on, though, because it's cold outside. Isn't Victoria lucky that she gets to go to Spain, huh?
Donna: Yeah. She sure is. Turn around here.
[Knock on door]
Donna: Let me help this on -- oh, well, wait a minute. Let's answer that first. Who could that be? Come on. Here we go. Oh -- Jamie.
Jamie: Where's Vicky?
Donna: Oh. Oh, I see. You're concerned about her now, huh?
Jamie: Where is she, Donna?
Donna: Well, she's already left.
Jamie: Where is she going?
Donna: You know, this is all your fault. If you hadn't been so mean --
Jamie: Just tell me where she's going.
Donna: Fine, fine. If you really want to know where she's going, I'll tell you.
Michael: Hey, what's going on here? Where's Vicky?
Donna: Well, you just missed her. She's already gone to the airport.
Jamie: Where is she going, Michael?
Michael: She needs some time alone, Jamie.
Jamie: I have to talk to her.
Michael: Well, you'll leave her alone.
Jamie: Then I'll find her myself.
Michael: Jamie --
Donna: Michael, why didn't you want me to tell him where she was going?
Michael: She needs some rest now, Donna, not Jamie Frame.
Jason: Smells great.
Sharlene: Vegetable soup.
Jason: My favorite.
Sharlene: Yeah, well, it tastes good on a cold day like today. What'd you want to say?
Jason: Sharlie, I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Sharlene: So am I.
Jason: I had no right to act the way I did. I --
Sharlene: And I didn't mean what I said, either.
Jason: What, about not being my sister anymore? You used to tell me that all the time when we were kids.
Sharlene: I did?
Jason: Boy, every single time you got mad at me.
Sharlene: Which was all the time.
Jason: [As Sharlene] "Jason, that -- I am no longer your sister."
Sharlene: Stop it.
Jason: [Normal voice] Yeah, well --
Sharlene: I remember now.
Jason: Sharlie, I would be a very lonely guy and I'd miss you something terrible if I didn't have you for a sister.
Sharlene: Oh, Jason. If I get mad at you, it's only because I love you and I hate seeing you wasting your life.
Jason: Funny -- John said something kind of like that a little while ago.
Sharlene: John talked to you?
Jason: Yep. Talked about being partners again, too.
Sharlene: He said that?
Jason: Yeah. Well --
Sharlene: That's wonderful, Jason.
Jason: I would have to be like a minister for the rest of my life.
Sharlene: Well, you can't blame him for being a little leery.
Jason: No, you can't, can you?
Sharlene: This is a chance to start over, Jase. I have faith in you.
Jason: You were the only person who ever did.
Sharlene: Boy, you underrate yourself. You do. You are smart and you are caring and you are generous.
Jason: Hey, don't -- hold it right there. Come on, the good guys always finish last.
Sharlene: No, not you, or John.
Jason: Yeah, John's a real good guy. Tell you something else, too -- he's crazy about you.
Sharlene: He is not. Come on, Jase. What's he going to see in an old farm woman like me?
Jason: Now you're underestimating yourself. Sharlie, I know I've been a pain in the butt, and I mean a lot of times, I know that. But if John can give me a second chance, think maybe you could, too?
Sharlene: You're my favorite brother. You bet I would.
Josie: I wonder where Jamie and Lisa are.
Matt: Don't know.
Josie: Matthew, are you sure it's ok for us to be in here?
Matt: Yeah, yeah. The note said to make ourselves at home.
Josie: Ok. Wow, Lisa has a great apartment.
Josie: She and Jamie make the cutest couple. Don't you think?
Josie: Oh. I shouldn't have worn this stupid outfit. I was going to wear that blue dress, you know, but wouldn't you know my mom washed it and it wasn't dry and I couldn't iron it, so I ended up having to wear this. You know, it's dressier, the blue one. This one is so boring.
Matt: I like the outfit you have on.
Josie: You do?
Matt: Yes. You look fantastic.
Josie: You really think so?
Matt: I do. You know, you have this instinct when it comes to clothes. Did I ever tell you that?
Matt: Well, you do.
Josie: Thank you.
Matt: Now, about this tennis game that we're going to get to --
Josie: After one lesson, I don't think so.
Matt: Wait, wait, wait, wait. We can play with a few friends of mine.
Josie: Oh, but, Matthew, I don't even know how to play.
Matt: Wing it.
Josie: I'd be too embarrassed.
Matt: Well, they were all beginners once. You know that.
Josie: Yes, Matthew, when they were 6.
Matt: Well, come on. Come on.
Josie: How about if we just play alone for a while more?
Matt: What, more lessons?
Josie: Yeah, private.
Josie: Is that a problem?
Matt: No, no, no, not at all.
Matt: Hi, Lisa.
Josie: Hi, Lisa.
Lisa: I'm sorry I wasn't here. I forgot the cheese for the pasta.
Josie: I can help you with anything?
Lisa: Oh, no, no, no. You relax. Dinner will be ready in a couple of minutes.
Lisa: So, where's Jamie? Is he changing?
Matt: No. He's not here yet.
Lisa: He's not?
Lisa: Did he call?
Matt: Not while we were here.
Josie: Maybe he's in the hospital.
Lisa: Yeah, maybe.
Agent: I'm sorry, sir, but you've been bumped from this flight.
Man: What do you mean bumped? We made these reservations two months ago.
Agent: It was an emergency. It was a medical emergency. We had to bump you. Can you wait outside?
Man: When does the next flight leave?
Agent: In two hours, but we'll --
Man: Two hours?
Vicky: Come on. Can you hurry! Wait, Bridget!
Agent: Please come to this side. Please, there's some people behind you.
Agent: And we have to give --
Vicky: Oh, great!
Agent: I'm sorry, but --
Man: Excuse me.
Vicky: Here, here! Here are the tickets! I know I'm late.
Man: If you'll come with me, I think I can help you.
Agent: You just made it. Just give this to the stewardess on the plane.
Vicky: Ok! All right!
Bridget: Where do we go?
Agent: This way.
Vicky: Ok, come on, Bridget! Off to Majorca!
Agent: You have to hurry.
Bridget: Oh, we're off to Spain, darling! We're off to Spain!
Jamie: Hi. Can you help me? I'm --
Agent: I'm sorry, sir. I'm off duty.
Jamie: But this is very important. Would you please -- wait? Well, don't go away -- wait. I'm -- I don't believe that. Oh, excuse me, sir. Can you help me?
Jamie: It's very important that I find someone before they board a flight. Her name is Vicky Hudson.
Man: What flight is she on?
Jamie: Well, I don't know, but can you look her name up in your computer, please?
Man: I'm sorry, but we can't do that, sir.
Jamie: What do you mean, you can't do that? This is very important.
Man: I'm sorry.
Jamie: Wait, don't –
Josie: Oh, Lisa, that smells wonderful.
Matt: Jamie is sure missing a great meal. What --
Lisa: Well, help yourselves.
Matt: Oh, thank you.
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