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Another World Transcript Wednesday 10/20/04
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Felicia: All right, now, let me by. Come on.
Mitch: You don't want to go into an old, dark darkroom, now, do you?
Felicia: Oh, don't you dare play the innocent with me. You knew I would react like this.
Mitch: Like what?
Felicia: I said, as long as we were both at "Brava," why don't you let me see your darkroom and what you're working on, right?
Felicia: Right, and you said, and I quote -- "uh -- uh -- uh -- well -- uh -- uh -- well -- uh -- uh -- no, you can't go in there."
Felicia: So? You used that voice on me.
Mitch: What voice?
Felicia: That voice you always use. The voice you use at Christmas and on my birthday, and even the voice you used when you gave me daisy. It's sort of that -- that presurprise kind of voice.
Mitch: Didn't even know I had that voice.
Felicia: You have a surprise in there for me, now, don't you?
Mitch: You just can't wait, can you? You're just like a little child just waiting for Christmas. Can't wait.
Felicia: I can, too, wait. Don't be ridiculous. Of course I can wait.
Felicia: Oh, Mitch, come on! Let me in, please. Let me see the surprise. Please? Please, Mitch? Darling, please?
Mitch: You'll have to close your eyes.
Felicia: Now who's acting like a kid?
Felicia: No, no, no! All right, I'll close my eyes. Ok? See?
Mitch: Keep them closed?
Mitch: Are they closed?
Mitch: You're not lying to me?
Felicia: No. What could you have in a darkroom? Dark -- a lamp? Why would you buy me a lamp, for heaven's sake? That can't be it. Well --
Felicia: Does that mean I can open my eyes?
Felicia: Oh, Mitch! It's the photographs of our wedding!
Mitch: All ready for a wedding album.
Felicia: Oh, honey. You are the most wonderful husband in the whole world. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Mitch: You're welcome. You're welcome.
[Guitarist plays and sings]
Vicky: Oh, waiter. Unos limonades, S’il vous voire. Please.
Man: Buenas noches.
Man: May I join you?
Vicky: Why? What do you want?
Jamie: Thank you.
Josie: Jamie. Hi.
Jamie: Josie, hi.
Josie: How are you?
Jamie: Fine. Is -- is something wrong?
Josie: Oh -- oh, no. Uncle Jason wanted me to give you this note.
Jamie: Uncle Jason?
Josie: Mm-hmm. He wants you to read it right away.
Jamie: He does, huh?
Lisa: What's wrong? What is it?
Matthew: So you really think that I could make the tennis team?
Boy: Are you kidding? With your serve?
Matthew: Yeah, yeah, but you have the backhand. You're going to have to show me a few pointers on that.
Boy: Anytime. I figure I owe you one with you setting me up out there at Josie’s.
Matthew: Oh, yeah, Sharlene told me what a nice young man you are.
Boy: You know, I figured I'd give you a run for your money with Josie.
Matthew: Well, what stopped you?
Boy: Josie. She made it real clear real fast her only interest was you.
Matthew: Yeah, well, it worked out. I mean, you find Keri.
Second boy: Guys, guys, I need help.
First boy: Oh, hey, tell us about it.
Matthew: He needs help, again.
Boy: No, no, no, no. I mean, that -- that midterm paper on sociology -- I don't even know what to write about.
Second boy: It's due next week, Shawn.
Matthew: He doesn't know what to write.
Shawn: How -- how's yours going?
Matthew: How's mine going? My research is done today. I'm starting to write tonight.
Boy: Mine's half finished.
Shawn: Well, hey, you guys are in great shape. Well, now you can help me on the weekend, right?
Boy: Sorry. I got a date with Keri.
Matthew and Shawn: Again?
Boy: What do you mean, "Again"?
Shawn: Well, I just mean you're getting pretty serious, aren't you?
Boy: You should talk. You know, maybe if you spent a little less time with Ashley and a little more time with your midterm paper --
Shawn: Well, Ashley is a lot nicer to wake up to.
Boy: I hope you guys are being careful.
Shawn: Well, yeah, of course. I care about Ashley. You care about someone, you take precautions, right? Matt?
Matthew: Yeah, right. Right. Hey, listen, about that tennis game --
Girl: Hi, everybody.
Girl: Hey, you!
Boy: Hey. Come here!
Shawn: It took you long enough.
Girl: Oh, I'm sorry. We got here as fast as we could.
Vicky: No, you may not join me. Comprende?
Man: Por que? Who?
Man: Por favor?
Vicky: No, no. "Por que" means "why" in English.
Man: Oh. Perdon, I -- excuse me very much. My English is not so good.
Vicky: Better than my Spanish. Sit down.
Man: Thank you.
Vicky: I'm sorry, I didn't mean to be rude.
Vicky: About telling you you couldn't sit down. It's just that I don't know you and I'm alone, and --
Man: How is possible a woman as beautiful like you is alone?
Vicky: I'm with a friend.
Man: He leaves you alone?
Vicky: No, a woman friend.
Man: Bueno. Good. Excuse me. My name is Carlos.
Carlos: I am pleasure to meet you, Vicky.
Vicky: Well, I'm pleasure to meet you, too.
Carlos: Oh, you speak Spanish?
Vicky: Nada! I mean, "nada" and "sí" are the only two words I know. See?
Carlos: "Si" is a good word.
Vicky: I'll bet you hear it a lot.
Carlos: You have beautiful -- how you say --
Vicky: Oh -- face, eyes, lips? Outlook on life?
Carlos: Si, smell.
Carlos: I make a mistake.
Vicky: No, that's ok. I mean, you try to speak my language. I'm new in Majorca. I don't even speak Spanish.
Carlos: I will teach you.
Vicky: Yeah? Is it hard?
Carlos: For you, very easy, I think.
Vicky: Oh, yeah? Why do you think?
Carlos: Because Spanish is the language of -- how do you say -- passion?
Vicky: So I've heard.
Carlos: And I -- I think you are a woman of great passion.
Vicky: Maybe too much.
Carlos: No. Never too much. You will dance with me now, please?
Vicky: No, no!
Carlos: Oh, please.
Vicky: No, really, not now.
Carlos: But it will give me much pleasure.
Vicky: Well, I doubt that, but if you insist. Is something wrong?
Carlos: I -- I -- you will excuse me now, please. I forget the -- perdon -- the other appointment.
Vicky: Something we said, sweetie? I don't know.
Jamie: No, there's nothing wrong. It's just that I'm a little surprised.
Jamie: Vicky is in Majorca.
Lisa: Is that from her?
Lisa: Oh. How kind of him to tell you.
Josie: I should -- I should get going.
Jamie: Josie, I'm sorry. Listen, thank you very much for bringing this by.
Josie: Sure. Bye, Lisa.
Lisa: Bye, Josie.
Jamie: Bye. Listen, weren't we supposed to have lunch around 1:00?
Lisa: Yeah, I have a meeting with the hospital administrator.
Jamie: Oh, really? Why?
Lisa: I'm trying to coordinate a program between the hospital and the police for better safety for nurses at night.
Jamie: Oh, that's a good idea.
Lisa: So, now you know where she is.
Jamie: Vicky? Yeah.
Lisa: It's too bad she didn't tell you herself. You wouldn't have had to chase her to the airport.
Jamie: Well, I just hope that she got some sort of ok from Dr. Peterson.
Lisa: Pregnant women do travel, Jamie.
Jamie: Yeah, well, she's in her sixth month, Lisa. It's been a very difficult pregnancy.
Lisa: I'm sorry. I said I wouldn't be like this.
Jamie: No, no, I know. It's ok, it's ok. Listen, I know this is very difficult for you. And you know that I love you, don't you? You know that.
Lisa: Hey, you know, Majorca might be good for her. It's supposed to be really pretty there.
Jamie: Yeah, yeah. I was thinking maybe I should give her a call and make sure she's taking care of herself.
Lisa: Jamie, she didn't tell you where she was going. Obviously, she wanted to be alone.
Jamie: Well, a little phone call wouldn't hurt.
Lisa: It might.
Lisa: It might encourage her. Maybe she's trying to come to terms with things.
Jamie: She could do that right here. She doesn't have to go halfway around the world for that.
Lisa: Well, evidently, she thought she did.
Lisa: Listen, I'm going to be late. You do what you think is right. I'll see you at lunch.
Jamie: Yeah, right, right. 1:00.
Donna: Oh -- well.
Donna: Just the man I want to see.
Jamie: Donna, I'm not in any mood for lectures right now, ok?
Donna: I am not here to lecture, just give you some information.
Jamie: About what?
Donna: Something that I think is very important to you.
(Orchestra music playing)
Felicia: Did you see this one of Cass? Look at that expression. Could you die from that? Look at him. We have to put that in. I want that one in.
Mitch: How about this one?
Felicia: This is of you putting the ring on my finger.
Mitch: You were crying, though.
Felicia: You know what I was thinking about when you were doing that?
Mitch: How wonderful I am?
Felicia: That, too. I was thinking about how happy Wally would be for us.
Mitch: You know, I get the feeling he was there somehow.
Felicia: Yeah, he was there. Did I say thank you for letting me have it at the racetrack?
Mitch: Only a million times.
Felicia: I knew that I would be close to him there. I was. You know, we had so many happy afternoons at that track.
Mitch: It was one of my all-time favorite afternoons.
Mitch: Well, what else?
Felicia: Oh, let's see. Oh, I want this one in the book. Oh, this is wonderful!
Mitch: Matthew and Josie.
Mitch: Mac and Rachel.
Felicia: Aren't you glad that they were there?
Felicia: Oh, this is wonderful. Look at john. Amanda looks so pretty there, doesn't she?
Felicia: Look at them. Well, we certainly have a lot of pictures here. I mean, how are they going to fit into one book?
Mitch: Well, we can take about half of them and we can just throw them away.
Felicia: No, you don’t. I want all of them. Except I don't know if we can find a book big enough. It's going to look like the yellow pages.
Felicia: Oh, look at this. I don't believe it. Where did you get this?
Mitch: It's an album as big as the yellow pages.
Felicia: It is. Oh, Mitch, this is wonderful. Well, now, Mr. Blake --
Felicia: How do you think I'm ever going to thank you for all of this?
Mitch: You mind if I make a few suggestions?
Felicia: Oh, yes, please do. Give me help.
Felicia: Well, that's sort of nice. You got any more suggestions?
Jamie: Lisa told me about your conversation with her.
Donna: Really? That does surprise me.
Jamie: So, please, get to the point.
Donna: Right, right. Well, I wanted you to know I was ready to tell you where Victoria went, but Michael insisted that I didn’t.
Jamie: I know that.
Donna: And I could see that you were very upset that Victoria didn't tell you she was leaving or where she was going.
Jamie: She just got back from the hospital, Donna.
Felicia: Right and she's carrying your child.
Jamie: And we all know that.
Donna: And I don't feel comfortable about her being in a foreign country all alone.
Jamie: What are you talking about? She's with Bridget.
Donna: You know what I mean. Now, look, Michael would be very angry with me if I told you where Victoria went, but I am willing to take that risk.
Jamie: I already know, Donna. Majorca.
Donna: Victoria called you?
Donna: Well, then, Bridget?
Jamie: No, and if you'll excuse me, I have to go.
Donna: Now, wait a minute. Well, aren't you going to do anything about it?
Jamie: Like what?
Donna: Call, write? Something?
Jamie: Whatever I do is my business, ok?
Donna: You know, you really don't care what happens to your child, do you?
Jamie: I care very much what happens to my child.
Donna: But you don't care anything about Victoria, and you never have.
Jamie: Donna, I told you, I don't want any more lectures, ok?
Donna: No, you -- you've made it very clear that you know what you want and what you don't want.
Jamie: Vicky understands my feelings about this.
Donna: Yes, Jamie, she knows how you feel, but I don't think she understands.
Jamie: If you'll excuse me, Donna, I have --
Donna: Look, you know, Victoria may just decide never to come back to Bay City.
Jamie: What are you talking about?
Donna: She's been very depressed lately.
Jamie: It would be ridiculous for her not to return to Bay City.
Jamie: Everybody that cares for her lives in Bay City, that's why.
Donna: You know, I wouldn't put it past Victoria to just stay away and have this baby on her own.
Jamie: Well, she can't do that!
Donna: Well, then call her. Get her to come home.
Jamie: Donna -- please, don't push me.
Donna: I'm sorry. You're right. I am. I'm pushing.
Jamie: Listen, I understand that she is your daughter. I -- I might just understand how you feel about this.
Donna: I didn't know I had another daughter until Victoria was 18 years old. So, yes, maybe I do overcompensate now.
Jamie: Well, I'd probably do the same thing.
Donna: Jamie, I didn't know her her entire childhood. I never got to hold her when she was a baby. I never got to comfort her when she was frightened.
Jamie: Must be hard to live with that.
Donna: It is. But I think it would be more difficult for you.
Donna: Like I told you, I didn't even know Victoria existed for all those years. But you know about your baby.
Jamie: I plan to be a part of my baby's life.
Shawn: Eckerman has got to be the weirdest professor ever.
Girl: I know. That hair and that monacle -- ugh.
Second girl: Oh, I think he's cute.
Boy: You do, do you?
Girl: Well, not as cute as you. Hey!
Matthew: Well, at least he doesn't give pop quizzes, like what's his name in abnormal psych.
Second girl: Oh, Halpert. Ugh.
Matthew: Halpert, yeah.
Josie: Hey, hi, guys.
Boy: Hey, Josie.
Matthew: Hey, what took you l long?
Josie: Well, I had to do chores for my mom.
Girl: Down on the farm, huh?
Boy: Hey, I'm from a farm, remember?
Girl: I know. It shows.
Matthew: Keri's too sophisticated to live on a farm. What was the metropolis that produced you? Mayberry? Maywood --
Josie: Matthew, stop.
Matthew: I'm only kidding.
Shawn: Would someone give me an idea for my paper, please?
Girl: How about the ethos of the party animal? You wouldn't even have to do any research for that.
Shawn: Very funny. Josie, what do you think? An outsider's opinion.
Josie: Um -- well, I don't know much about sociology.
Girl: Well, don't worry. Neither does Shawn.
Shawn: Very funny.
Matthew: We -- we went to see a good movie last week, didn't we?
Josie: Oh, yeah, we really did. It was great.
Shawn: Is that the one down at the criteria?
Josie: Oh, the ending was so romantic.
Keri: Who saw the end? Ken had me out of there before it was over.
Ken: From now on, we're going to the drive-in.
Shawn: Are we still on for tonight?
Girl: Yeah. My roommate's going to be at the library till 10:00 -- where you ought to be.
Shawn: Well, I'd rather be with you.
Singer: Oh, when it's love
Singer: You can feel it yeah
Matthew: Uh, listen, I have to go to Felicia’s. I'll meet you here later, ok?
Josie: Ok, sure.
Matthew: All right. Bye.
Donna: There is something wrong with me, isn't there?
Dr. Peterson: Now, don't be upset, Donna. On the contrary, you couldn't be better. Your examination revealed that you can still have a baby.
Donna: But I -- I was told that that was impossible after I lost my baby.
Dr. Peterson: Not impossible, just not likely.
Donna: I -- I don't understand.
Dr. Peterson: Well, without being too technical -- the uterine walls have repaired themselves far beyond the original expectations.
Donna: So I can carry a baby?
Dr. Peterson: You'd have to be carefully monitored. But I see no reason why you couldn't carry a healthy baby to full term.
Donna: Oh, I -- I see.
Dr. Peterson: I thought you'd be more delighted with the news.
Donna: I -- I am. I mean, I'm very happy about --
Dr. Peterson: You seemed so anxious to have another child.
Donna: Oh, anxious? I was desperate.
Dr. Peterson: Then --
Donna: Well, you see, I -- I am having another baby. Michael and I are adopting this 2-year-old little boy.
Dr. Peterson: Oh, that's wonderful!
Donna: I know. Oh, well, his name's Mikey, and I just happen to have a picture of him right here. You have to look. He's so adorable.
Dr. Peterson: Oh, what a good-looking young man.
Dr. Peterson: Congratulations.
Donna: Thank you. Michael and I love him very much.
Dr. Peterson: You could always give him a little brother or sister.
Donna: I -- I don't know that that would be such a good idea. He's been through so much. I think that might be too upsetting for him.
Dr. Peterson: At least you know you have the option.
Donna: Right, right. You know, this is funny, but I -- I just don't feel the need to have another child.
Dr. Peterson: I never thought I'd hear you say that.
Donna: You know, me, either. I mean, I really do feel like that my life is more than complete with the family I have right now. Hmm.
Keri: Well, it's time for class.
Girl: Well, why don't we all go out one of these nights?
Josie: Yeah, ok.
Keri: Well, I have to ask Ken. He likes to have me all to himself. Bye, Ashley.
Ashley: Bye. Don't mind her. She's just jealous because Kenny asked you out before he asked her.
Josie: But I didn't go out with him. I mean, I wouldn’t.
Ashley: You're really crazy about Matthew, aren't you?
Ashley: Well, he talks about you all the time.
Josie: Ashley, can I ask you a personal question?
Josie: Um -- how long have you known Shawn?
Ashley: I met him the second week of school, and we started dating about a month later. Why?
Josie: Oh, no reason.
Ashley: Oh, come on. You said you wanted to ask me a personal question.
Josie: Well, I did.
Ashley: That wasn't personal. Now, asking us how long we've been sleeping together -- now, that's personal.
Josie: Well, I -- I wouldn't -- I mean, I didn't mean to --
Ashley: Well, I'm not embarrassed. But you are, though, aren't you?
Josie: Well, Ashley, Matthew and I have been going out a lot longer than you and Shawn have, and --
Josie: Well, we haven't -- I mean --
Ashley: Really? Why not? He's so cute.
Josie: Yeah, I know, but I'm really scared about something.
Ashley: Well, listen, you're really smart to be concerned. I mean, these days, you never know. Shawn and I use condoms. If he didn't, I wouldn't go to bed with him, and that's that.
Josie: I know how important it is to be careful. But I'm also scared about something else.
Ashley: What's that?
Josie: Well, I love Matthew so much. I mean, everything's been practically perfect between us. What if we make love and -- and it changes everything?
Matthew: Listen, I'm going to be late for class.
Mitch: Look, I know you don't like dealing with this --
Matthew: You're right! I don't want to deal with it, so let me by!
Mitch: Not until we talk.
Matthew: Look, I don't care how I was conceived, all right?
Mitch: Then why are you still angry at me?
Matthew: What do you mean? We're talking, aren't we?
Mitch: No, I don't think we're talking. There are a lot of words being said, but there's no listening, there's no talking, no.
Matthew: Ok, I have heard everything I want to hear from you, from mom, and from Mac.
Mitch: I don't think you understand what went on between your mom and me.
Matthew: Understand? What don't I understand? You guys had me!
Mitch: And you were wanted. There wasn't a moment that you weren't wanted, do you understand that?
Matthew: Will you come on!
Mitch: What, you don't think I'm telling the truth?
Matthew: Well, I don't care! I don't want to talk about this! I don't care about this! And I don't ever want to ever talk about it again!
Felicia: Is it all right if I come in?
Felicia: Are you all right?
Felicia: Matthew kind of ran out of here quickly.
Felicia: Everything ok?
Felicia: Would you like to talk about it?
Mitch: Well, I tried talking to him.
Mitch: He took off.
Felicia: I thought things were going better.
Mitch: I thought so, too. Maybe on the surface, but I don't think he's really come to terms with -- with what all happened, how he was conceived.
Felicia: Too bad. It was such a long time ago.
Mitch: I know. Why can't he just let the past be the past?
Felicia: I don't know why.
Mitch: You know, I mean -- I mean, now that it's out in the open, he's going to have to deal with it, you know. He just can't keep, you know, trying to run away from everything.
Felicia: Maybe that's how he deals with it.
Mitch: Well, it doesn't work. I know that. You know, ignoring what's going on in your past doesn't just make the problems go away.
Ashley: Is Matthew pressuring you to sleep with him?
Josie: No, no, that's not it.
Ashley: Well, then what's the problem?
Josie: Well, it's all really a natural thing, right? I mean, after a while --
Ashley: You've never --
Josie: Oh, I'm -- I'm just being really silly.
Ashley: No, no! Every girl has the same fear. "What if I do something stupid?" Or "what if I turn him off so much he never wants to speak to me again?"
Josie: You -- you thought that, too?
Ashley: Yeah, sure. And the first time -- well, the earth didn't exactly move. But Shawn was sweet.
Josie: I'm so afraid that Matthew won't love me anymore.
Ashley: It's that serious?
Josie: Yes, I think so.
Ashley: Well, then you're very lucky. And very smart. You wouldn't want to do anything that you don't feel comfortable doing.
Josie: Well, I don't know why we've waited so long. I mean, everybody around here seems to be doing it.
Ashley: Forget about what everyone else is doing. That's not important. Do what's right for you.
Josie: I know I want to be with Matthew.
Ashley: Well, just be sure of yourself and him, ok?
Josie: Ok. Thanks, I will.
Vicky: Well, Bay City seems like miles and miles away from here.
Inez: Bay City? Oh, this is your village?
Vicky: It's a bit bigger than a village, but, yeah, it's my village.
Inez: And you are happy there?
Vicky: Could be. Yeah, I'm sorry. I was just -- I was just thinking.
Woman: We're going home now, mama.
Inez: Oh. Si, carina.
Vicky: Could I just hold your baby for a minute? Hello! Hello, beautiful little girl. Well, hi! You sure are beautiful. Oh, gracias.
Inez: Go. Go. I will be with you soon.
Inez: Bye-bye. Don't be so sad. Majorca is the most happy place in all the world for lovers. Look, I must go. Perhaps I will see you again soon --
Inez: With your marido.
Man: Estas siempre en mis recuerdos mi recuerdo eres tu tu estas siempre en mis recuerdos mi recuerdo eres tu you were always on my mind.
P.A. Announcer: 238 now boarding for New York and Majorca, Spain. Esta bordando el vuelo numero 238 --
Jamie: That's us. Come on.
Lisa: Jamie, could we just wait a few minutes?
Jamie: What's the matter?
Lisa: Kind of warm in here, isn't it?
Jamie: No, honey, it's not warm. What, aren't you feeling well?
Lisa: Jamie, I don't think I should go.
Jamie: Oh, honey, come on, we've been over this.
Lisa: Vicky might not like it.
Jamie: Well, I like it. Come on.
Lisa: Jamie, I don't want to go.
Jamie: Honey, I need you.
Jamie: I just do. Ok?
Lisa: Yeah, but, Jamie, you're going for Vicky and her baby. I --
P.A. Announcer: Attention, final boarding call for flight 238.
Lisa: What am I supposed to do? I'm not going.
Jamie: Honey, come on, it's going to be -- everything's going to be fine, I promise.
Lisa: No, Jamie --
Jamie: You'll see.
Lisa: I told you, I don't want to go.
Lisa: I'm not going.
Jamie: Lisa, come on!
P.A. Announcer: Final boarding call for Flight 238 --
P.A. Announcer: To New York and Majorca.
Lisa: Go, Jamie.
P.A. Announcer: Esta es la ultima llamada por vuelo numero 238.
Jamie: Lisa, come on. Just come with me.
Lisa: Jamie, just go! I'll be all right, I promise.
Jamie: I love you.
Lisa: Goodbye, Jamie.
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