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Another World Transcript Thursday 10/21/04

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Dam: Caroline, you' been standing here for 10 minutes what's the problem?

Caroline: No problem.

Sam: You hate it, don't you? It's lousy, isn't it? I mean, amateur night in Dixie

Caroline: None of this is lousy.  This is an impressive piece of work.

Sam: Really? 

Caroline: Oh, I wasn't expecting this. I mean, technically, it's excellent. But it's the feel, it's the intensity - it's sedentary, Sam.

Sam Thanks, Caroline.

Caroline: Yeah. Look, what you have is rare. You're going to bring me home a huge success, my friend.

Sam: That's all I can ask for.

Caroline:  Look, I've got a bottle of half decent champagne in the fridge. Let's go and celebrate.

Sam: Caroline, I'm sorry, I can't. Amanda's kind of planning a special dinner for us tonight.

Caroline: So you mean on top of everything else, the girl can cook?

Sam: Well, yeah. When we first got married, she couldn't boil water, but she's getting rough Julia Child.

Caroline: So much talent in one family. It's hard to imagine. Look, go and have dinner an celebrate it's going to be the first of many.

Sam: Yeah, I guess.

Caroline: You don't believe me. You don't think I'm serious, do you?

Sam: Let's just say I'm the cautious type.

Caroline: Listen, I wouldn't -- you're not going to fail, Sam. I wouldn't say this if it wasn't true.

Sam: No, I guess you wouldn't

Caroline: Look, I know art and artists with talent. I know what sells. When I say celebrate, celebrate!

Sam: Ok. Thanks, thank you.

Caroline: For what?

Sam: Well, for being the first one who's really been interested in me and my work.

Caroline: Second one you mean, I know Amanda's pretty wild about the subject.

Sam: Yeah, but you look at it with an objective eye. I mean, you're a disinterested party.

Caroline: Oh, no, I'm not. Not anymore

Sam: Caroline , ok, I think you know what I'm talking about. Your believing in me -- it means a lot, ok?

Caroline: Listen, lots of people believe in you. I mean, look at all your pictures at "Brava."

Sam: Yeah, well, look, my in-laws aren't exactly what you would all impartial.

Caroline oh, well, that isn't odd, is it?

Sam: Caroline, they tried help me before, and I resented the hell out of it.

Caroline: Why?

Sam: Because I don't want people saying "there goes Rachel Cory's son-in-law. She bought a car for him."

Mary: It's pineapple chicken, but it can't be beat.

Marley: I can't -- we can't!

Mary: Darn I know -- moo shoo for you, Jake because -- we can? You're rib idea. We won't. We'll do -- we'll do hot and spicy, that'll be good. We haven't had that in a long time.

Marley: No, no, I'm sorry. I mean, we can't help with dinner though you might, Mary. I'm serious

Mary: Where's Jake

Marley: He had to work. 

Marley: Yes! Yes, well, that's what I'm going to tell him!

Mary: Him whom?

Marley: Jake!

Mary: Tell him what?

Marley: Only the most wonderful news in the whole world! Oh. I'd like to make reservations for two, please.

Mary: Marley, if you don't tell me what you're talking about, I will -- I will probably scream.

Marley: Well -- I think I'm pregnant. 

Vicky: Hola. Hmm. Ok, bud, you can sit right there. Ah. Shopping makes you thirsty, doesn't it?

Jamie: Vicky!

Sam: Well, you're believing me, it's like a validation. Thanks.

Caroline: Listen, I'm interested in you, Sam, and I'm interested in your talent because you're going to make me a lot of money.

[Caroline chuckles]

Sam: Yeah.

Evan: Am I --

Caroline: Yeah.

Evan: Am interrupting anything? The front door was open.

Caroline: Oh, it's open because it won't close. I gotta get John to fix it.

Sam: Yeah.

Caroline: Come in, darling.

Evan : How's it going, Sam?

Sam: Fine, thanks. Look, Caroline, I'm going to go home, so --

Caroline: Have a lovely dinner and give Amanda my best.

Sam: Thanks a lot. Evan.

Evan: See you.

Caroline: Hm

Evan: Is that one of Sam's?

Caroline: His new series.

Evan: Well, what do you think of it, really?

Caroline: He's got a real talent.

Evan: Are you -- let me look over here for a second.

Caroline: mm mm.

Evan: Are you being on the level with me?

Caroline: Am I being on the level? I wish to hell that I hadn't made that thing with Rachel.

Evan: Don't worry, Sam won't find out.

Caroline: I'm not worried about that. It's just that I wish I'd discovered him on my own.

Evan: He's that good?

Caroline: He's going to be a major artist, one you could hitch your wagon on.

Evan: Sam Fowler?

Caroline: He very well could be the one.

Marley: Oh, terrific! Then we'll see you at 10:00.

Mary: Marley why do you think you're pregnant?

Marley I was late with my period.

Mary: How late?

Marley: Three days.

Mary: Three days?

Marley: I'm very regular!

Mary: Three days?

Marley: I'm never late, Mary!

Mary: Well --

Marley : Oh!

Mary: Do you have any other symptoms?

Marley: Yes!

Mary: Like what?

Marley: Well, I get little tinglings.

Mary: Where?

Marl : Right around here.

Mary: Anything else?

Marley: Yes, some queasiness.

Mary: Well, now, isn't it possible that tingling and queasiness could be --

Marley: No, they couldn't.

Mary: You don't even know what I was going to say.

Marley: Were going to say that they were all in my mind

Mary: No, I wasn't. I was going to say that they could be premenstrual symptoms.

Marley: You don't believe that I'm pregnant?

Mary: I just don't want you to get your hopes up too high. I want you to remember that the doctors said --

Marley: The doctors said that it would be hard for me to get pregnant.

Mary: They said it would be highly unlikely.

Marley: Well Mary, do you think doctors are always right? I mean, good lord, if doctors were always --

Mary: You're not listening to me!

Marley: I don't want to listen. I'm so happy, I don't want anything to spoil it.

Mary: That's the last thing in the world I want to do.

Marley: Don't you think it's possible that the surgery could have lessened the scar tissue enough that the problem would go away?

Mary: What about Jake's problem?

Marley: I don't want to hear about Jake's problem. I am so hopeful. Mary, I'm not going to let anything stop that hope.

Vicky: Don't do that.

Jamie: Don't do what? What -- what's the matter --

Vicky: You weren't supposed to find where I was.  Who told you?

Jamie: I heard from a couple of different sources.

Vicky: Did Amanda tell you? She knew I wanted to be alone.

Jamie: She also knew you're not having a very easy pregnancy.

Vicky: I'm fine. You know, there are doctors in Majorca.

Jamie: Vicky, I need to know my child is all right

Vicky: No no, you don't. Oh, I'm going to kill her.

Jamie: Listen, can -- can we sit down somewhere?

Vicky: You know, your being here isn't helping me at all!

Jamie: Vicky --

Vicky: You're worried about my blood pressure? My blood pressure was fine until you came a few minutes ago.

Jamie: Well, I had no idea that you were going to be this upset.

Vicky: That's because don't think about what I feel.

Jamie: No, no, that's not true.

Vicky: Jamie, I came here to forget about you and I could have, but you're not letting me.

Jamie: The last thing in the world I want to do Vicky, is upset you.

Vicky: You know how many times I've heard that before?

Jamie: Can we sit?

Vicky: No, we can't! Go back to Bay City!

Jamie: If you'll come with me.

Vicky: No

Jamie: Vicky, you should be with people you love, with the people who lover you.

Vicky: Love me?

Jamie: Yes.

Vicky: Who -- who loves me, Jamie?

Jamie: Well, you know who loves you!

Vicky: Do you? No

Jamie: But I care about you!

Vicky: Care? You care about your baby. That is the only thing you care about

Jamie: That's not true, either.

Vicky: Well, I'm sorry, Jamie, but we come in a package together.

Jamie: I know you're angry.

Vicky: You're damn right I'm angry! I am in love with you, Jamie! And I'm here to forget about you and you come and you make things totally crazy for me again.

Jamie: Listen, can't we just go somewhere and talk about this?

Vicky: I can't think of one thing we haven't already said.

Jamie: Well, can't we just --

Vicky: No, we can't! It hurts me too much!

Jamie: Vicky --

Vicky: Jamie, just go home! Just leave me alone, ok? I never want to see you again!

[Ronnie sings scale]

[Zack applauds] Encore, encore!

Ronnie: Zack, how did you get in? We're not even open for business

Zack: I'm not here as a patron.

Ronnie: Oh, ? What are you here as?

Zack: You look great.

Ronnie: Thank you.

Zack: I haven't seen you in a while.

Ronnie: Not since lunch at your office - remember and if you don't, I can understand why -- it was pretty forgettable.

Zack: I remember.

Ronnie: So what did you want to talk about?

Zack: Well, you saw how cramped my office space was.

Ronnie: Well, there was definitely a crowd.

Zack: Plus, since Scott left, my work's tripled. There's way too much work for one man to handle.

Ronnie: Well you did look a little hassled. I didn't think it was the work.

Zack: Well, I think I'm going to have to take someone on.

Ronnie: What do you mean?

Zack: Maybe look for a larger office. 

Ronnie: Well, it wasn't just to use me as a sounding board, was it?

Zack: Well, I respect your opinion. You know that.

Ronnie: So that's all?

Zack: No. Well, I thought maybe we could have dinner one night this week?

Ronnie: And?

Zack: Well, there's this place -- Anton 's? And I haven't been there in ages.

Ronnie : Just the two of us? No Courtney?

Zack: Of course Courtney.

Ronnie: Well, since that disaster of a lunch last eek, it was pretty obvious that you're dating Courtney.

Zack: She's just a friend.

Ronnie: Look Zack, I made a fool of myself at that lunch. I swore I'd never do it again.

Zack: We all make fools of ourselves . I say we forget that and move on.

Ronnie: I'm not so sure you answered me about Courtney.

Zack: And I'm not so sure you answered me about the date.

Ronnie: I don't want to get hurt, Zack.

Zack: Look, I know I can't promise you anything. I just wan to get to know you a little better.

Ronnie: Ok.

Zack: It's a date?

Ronnie: Call me later. I'll let you now at night's end. I really have to get ready.

Zack : I'll call you later, then.

Ronnie: And go ahead, take the bigger office. I have a feeling your future's looking up.

Caroline: Come on.

Evan: That's nice. Listen, I hope Sam didn't run out because of me.

Caroline: Why on earth would you think that?

Evan: Because I enter and he immediately exits.

Caroline: That's a little bit paranoid, isn't it?

Evan: Maybe.

Caroline: Look, he ran home to see his family. He's a really devoted family man.

Evan: Yeah, he seems to be.

Caroline: Amanda and the family are very important to him

Evan: Not his art?

Caroline: Well, he loves his art and his paintings, but they really run a second best to his family.

Evan: You seem to know him pretty well.

Caroline: I like him. His values. He's got a good heart.

Evan: Oh, that's such a ringing endorsement. I'm impressed! Oh! I always found Sam likeable enough, but --

Caroline: But what?

Evan: Nothing. It's just really interesting hearing you go on about him.

Caroline: "Go on about him"? You asked me a question.

Evan: No, you said he's this -- this warm, wonderful family man. I get the picture.

Caroline: What problem do you have with him? He's not hassling you, Evan, at publishing any longer.

Evan: I don't have a problem with him. It's just the Cory's have been so good to me, I just want to make sure that

Caroline: Oh, of course.

Evan: I mean, I genuinely like them.

Caroline: Oh, look, I'm sure they feel the same way about you, darling.

Evan: Yeah?

Caroline: Hmm.

Evan: Say, what are you doing later?

Caroline: Why?

Evan: I was thinking maybe we could get together.

Caroline: And do what?

Evan : Maybe order some food and inaugurate this place.

Caroline: Hmm? Well, listen, I could go home first and then come back here later. Hmm?

Evan: Well, that's perfect. I have to go back to "Brava" and finish up some work. I could meet you back here in an hour?

Caroline make it two.

Evan: Ooh-hoo. I don't know that I can wait that long.

Caroline: Well, you're going to have to.

Evan: Uh-uh.

Caroline: Cass? It's Caroline. You know that dinner that we tried to organize that didn't happen? I'd like to do it again. Lunch? Oh! That'd be great.

Sam: What is that?

Amanda: It's rice pilaf.

Sam: How come it's all, like, one piece?

Amanda: It's not all one piece. It's stuck together.

Sam: Oh. Ah .

Amanda : I overcooked it, ok? Stop smiling at me.

Sam: It's ok. I like it overcooked this way. That way it doesn't fall off the fork.

Amanda: Don't make jokes, Sam. I'm not in the mood, ok?

Sam: Oh. Ah, so roast beef and rice -- what else is there?

Amanda: We have asparagus with --

[Dish crashes to floor]

[Amanda sighs]

Amanda: Without hollandaise sauce.

Sam: Honey, let me help you with that, ok?

Amanda: Stay right where you are. We are not going to let this dinner get cold. Ok.

Sam: This -- this is great.

Amanda: Well, I hope the beef isn't too dry.

Sam: Do we have any gravy?

Amanda: What's that supposed to mean?

Sam: It was a question.

Amanda: It's not a question. It's an accusation. You're accusing me of not making gravy.

Sam: Did you make any gravy?

Amanda: Do you see any?

Sam: No.

Amanda: Well, then, obviously, I didn't make any!

Sam: Ok, that's fine. Gravy is bad for you. It's got lots of cholesterol.

Amanda: Well, then why did you ask me about it?

Sam: Amanda, I'm sorry, ok? Let's just enjoy the meal.

Amanda: Ok. Ok. I'm sorry. Ahem.

Sam: Oh, yeah.

Amanda: Oh.

Sam: Yeah.

Amanda: What?

Sam: Just a second, ok?

Amanda: What are you doing?

Sam: I've got an idea for this profile I'm doing. It's -- I got to have a darker tone to it. And the background, a darker background. A window, a window. Tone --

Amanda: Why is it so bright in here?

Sam: Lights. I forgot the lights. There. See?

Amanda: Music. I forgot music.

Singer: When I'm feeling blue

Sam: Cheers.

Singer: All I have to do is take a look at you then I'm not so blue

Sam: I think Alli's getting to sleep, too, so --

Singer : When you're close to me I can feel your heart beat

Amanda: Alli, honey?

Singer: I can hear you breathing near my ear

Amanda: To sleep. Snuggle bunny's going to sleep. Yeah.

Sam: Shh.

Amanda: There you go.

Singer: Got a groovy kind of love anytime you want to you can turn me on to anything

Sam: Hey. Come on, what's wrong?

Singer: Me at al

Amanda: This dinner s supposed to be perfect.

Sam: Well, it is.

Amanda: No, it's a disaster.

Sam: Who cares?

Amanda: I care! It was supposed to be a nice, romantic evening and I went and blew the whole thing.

Sam: Hey, come on

Amanda: What?

Sam: Tell you what -- you take out these curlers out of your hair and I'll tell you.

Amanda: Oh, Sam. Was I really going to have dinner with curlers in my hair?

Sam: It's ok, it's ok. You look great with curlers in your hair.

Amanda: What's happening to me? To us?

Sam: What are you so worried about?

Amanda: Romance! I don't want it to ever leave our marriage, Sam

Sam: It won't.

Amanda: Promise? You sure?

Sam: Come on. You're the love of my life.

Amanda: I'm not talking about love. I'm talking about fun.

Sam: Fun?

Singer: When m feeling blue

Sam: Oh, yeah, I remember that, yeah.

Singer: All I have to do

Amanda: Dancing --

Singer: Is take a look

Amanda: Holding hands.

Singer: At you

Amanda: Forgetting that we're mommy and daddy for a while.

Sam: All right, let's do it.

Amanda: What?

Sam: What you just said.

Amanda: What are you talking about?

Sam: You're really dense sometimes. I'm asking you for a date.

Amanda: Date?

Sam: Yes.

Amanda: When?

Sam: Now! Come on what do you think dancing at the Pelican Club. What do you think? Come on.

Amanda: It's kind of short notice. I mean -- I mean, I don't know.

Sam: Oh, I get it! Oh, ok, that makes a lot of sense. See, you've got this really busy social calendar. A beautiful girl like you is probably booked up until August of next year.

Amanda: Well I'll tell you, I'll tell you what. Ahem.

Sam: Hmmm?

Amanda: I'll cancel all my other plans.

[Sam gasps]

Sam: It's my lucky day!

Amanda: But you better make this worth my while.

Sam: I promise to make it worth your while. An I also promise to have you home by your curfew.

Amanda: Oh, no no. Don't do that.

Sam: No?

Amanda: No. I want to get in trouble tonight.

Sam: That's no problem.

Amanda: A lot of trouble.

Amanda: You know, from now on I am not going to worry about cooking and cleaning and shopping. I am going to concentrate on us, to us being together.

[Phone rings]

Amanda: Sam, hurry up! Get that before the baby wakes up.

Sam: Hello? Julie Ann. Yeah, hold on for a second.

Amanda: Julie Ann, hi. What's up?

Julie Ann: Amanda, I hate to bother you at home, but we made some changes on your article and we need you to approve them.

Amanda: Now?

Julie Ann: We have a deadline.

Amanda: Well, I can't come into the office now.

Julie Ann: Amanda, it's urgent.

Evan: Excuse me. May I speak to her, please? Amanda?

Amanda: Evan , no! Sam and I have dinner plans --

Evan: Wait a second! This issue goes into print right now. I just simply need you here to make the changes.

Amanda: Can't it wait?

Evan: Well, if it could wait, I certainly wouldn't be calling you.

Amanda: All right. I'll be there as soon as I can.

Sam: I don't want to know.

Amanda: You know, this night was going to be so terrific.

Sam: Yeah, well, I guess we'll just do it some other night.

Amanda: No! No, we won't!

Sam: What are you doing?

Amanda: I'm going to take my clothes into work you stay here, get yourself ready. Call grandma and I'll meet you later. How does -- how does 8:00 --

Sam: Amanda, this is silly. Let's do it another night, ok?

Amanda: No! We are going to do it tonight.

Sam: Ok.

Amanda: And I'll tell you what --

Sam: Hmm?

Amanda: Try to find a nice, romantic place to park.

Sam: Yeah.

Amanda: That's what I'm really looking forward to.

Sam: Yeah. See you.

Marley: Well, I was actually thinking that the Brasserie should have round tables because then we could play off the circles with prominent triangles.

Caroline: You sound like a geometry teacher.

Marley: Architectural review," this month.

Caroline: Oh, my dear. Have we done some home work?

Marley: Listen -- "inspiring designs need to create tensions through contrasting forms and shapes." What do you think?

Caroline: I think you're wonderful.

Jake: You're right, she is.

Marley: Oh! Jake you're here

Caroline: Your wife's in a good mood, Jake.

Jake: Yeah, well, at least somebody is.

Caroline: Well, I think you both should go and celebrate the good news no matter what it is.

Jake: What good news?

Marley: I didn't say anything about good news.

Caroline: The gleam in your eye is a dead giveaway. If you'll excuse me, have the guest list for the opening to attend to. Bye-bye!

Marley: Well -- hmm.

Jake: What is she talking about?

Marley: I have no idea. I just knew you were going to come and see me after work, so I think that just put me in a jolly mood.

Jake: Ah? Maybe you can put me in a jolly mood.

Marley: Oh, did you find the footage that you thought was missing, sweetie?

Jake: Yea, mm-hmm.

Marley: Well, then, what's the problem?

Jake: Well, let's see -- my co-workers are unprofessional, I have to defer to my producer or the police department, which means I can't make my own creative choices, the job's not satisfying emotionally or financially. But other than that, everything's fine. The job's just fine.

Marley: Excuse me.

Jake: Marley, what's wrong? What -- come here.

Vicky: You are not doing this.

Jamie: What have I done now?

Vicky: Bridget told me you just checked into this hotel!

Jamie: That's right.

Vicky: Well, check right back out again!

Jamie: I'm sorry, Vicky. It's getting late. I'm going to stay right here, and besides, I think I could use a vacation.

Vicky: Not here, you don't! Jamie, I'll call the manager. I'll call the owner. I'll tell them that you're an undesirable or something

Jamie: undesirable"?

Vicky: I'll --

Inez: Senora, hello! Vicky: Hi. Hi. Inez. Remember? 

Vicky: Yes, Inez, hi. Hello.

Inez: So good to see you again.

Vicky: You, too. You, too.

Inez: Oh, this must be your marido.

Vicky: Oh -- this is my --

Jamie: Jamie. I'm pleased to meet you.

Inez: As am I. I've been wanting to meet the man who has the heart of this beautiful woman.

Vicky: Jamie, Inez and I met yesterday. She has a daughter and a lovely granddaughter.

Inez: No, the children -- it is because of them that the world is s sweet.

Jamie: So I'm told.

Inez: Just a few more months.

Jamie: We -- we're looking forward to it.

Inez: He is pretty, your marido.

Vicky: Look --

Inez: Oh, no! The women are pretty, the men are

Vicky: Handsome. They're handsome.

Inez: Handsome.

Vicky: What is the -- the song the guitar player is singing?

Inez: It's a love song -- "Majorca."

Jamie: It's very pretty.

Inez: It's old, very old.

Vicky: Oh.

Inez: You know, there is a story that goes along with this song, a legend -- "Marcos y la Infanta."

Vicky: Who are they?

Inez: Marcos was a don, a nobleman, handsome. He fell in love with this poor girl, a peasant.

Jamie: Pobre pero bella.

Inez: Ha! You have good Spanish!

Jamie: Oh, muy mal, muy mal.

Vicky: What happened to Marcos and his --

Inez: Well, Marcos was of royal blood and he could not bring himself to marry someone less, someone beneath him.

Vicky: I'm familiar with the concept.

Jamie: So that's it? No happy ending?

Inez: No, he learned that the beautiful peasant is an Infanta.

Vicky: What's that?

Inez: A princess. So now Marcos is excited. He takes his horse, he gallops to see her, but he is too late. So sad.

Jamie: Why was he too late?

Inez: The Infanta sailed away on a big boat to Espaņa. Home.

Jamie: And he went after her.

Inez: He tried. But her boat -- there was a bad storm. He never saw her again.

Jamie: You're right, Inez. That's a very sad story.

Inez: But we have a custom here. You do not have to suffer the fate of the Infanta if, when the song is finished, you kiss your love. I will pray for you that everything you want will be the way you want it to be.

Vicky: Thanks.

Inez: Vaya con dios.

Vicky: Thank you.

Jamie: Are you all right?

Vicky: Yes, of course I'm all right. Why wouldn't I be all right? Look, it was just some stupid little story. Don't tell me you were bothered by it.

Jamie: No.

Vicky: Good! God, I mean, I wasn't bothered by it -- the tale of a man who doesn't know what he wants. I've never had that problem.

Jamie: I know.

Vicky: Why are you staring at me?

Jamie: You know why. In all this mess, I think I've stopped looking at you. I think I forgot how pretty you are.

Vicky: Jamie, don't say things like that.

Jamie: It's true. I've never seen you look lovelier than you do right now.

Jake: You ok?

Marley: I'm fine.

Jake: You went out in such a hurry.

Marley: Oh, well, I'm back. What were we talking about?

Jake: My job.

Marley: Right.

Jake: I was complaining.

Marley: About what?

Jake: You didn't hear me?

Marley: I don't remember what you were saying, no.

Jake: Oh, I was just saying that my job's been bumming me out lately.

Marley: Then quit.

Jake: I can't quit.

Marley: Well, then stop whining!

Jake: I'm sorry. I didn't know I was whining.

Marley: Well, what do you call it?

Jake: Marley, what is wrong?

Marley: I am sick of hearing you feel sorry for your -- Jake, if you don't like your job, then leave!

Jake: Oh, you think it's just that simple, huh?

Marley yes, I do!

Jake: I though you said you understood!

Marley: You need to make a commitment.

Jake: What do you mean, "make a commitment"? I go there every day!

Marley: Obviously not in spirit.

Jake: Wait a minute. This -- this isn't about my job, is it?

Marley: What else would it be about?

Jake: That's what I'd like to find out.

Marley: I'm frustrated, that's all.

Jake: About what?

Marley: You, Jake, your attitude.

Jake: What are you talking about?

Marley: Would it be so damn hard for you to get to your doctor's appointments? Would it be that much of an inconvenience to you?

Jake: I am not going to get into this, all right?

Marley: It's not as if somebody's asking you to have surgery, for God's sakes!

Jake: Why are we talking about this?

Marley: You don't care, Jake!

Jake: Honey, five minutes ago, you were in a great mood!

Marley: That was five minutes ago.

Jake: Well, what happened?

Marley: You don't care whether or not we have a child.

Jake: How can you say that?

Marley: Maybe it's of a little bit of an interest, maybe it's a kick to you.

Jake: Stop it!

Marley: I'm right, aren't I?

Jake: Why are you trying to hurt me?

Marley: I could say the same thing to you. Don't you realize how much it hurts me that you don't go to your doctor's appointments?

Jake: Marley, I have a job. What am I supposed to do, drop everything and spend the rest of my life in a hospital?

Marley: I just want you to want a child as much as I want it.

Jake: I do want that. There's something you just don't understand, you know that? You just don't understand.

[Door closes]

Marley: No. You don't understand Jake.

Amanda: What time is it? I told Sam 8:00.

Julie Ann: You're fine. You just have to hurry.

Amanda: Ok.

Evan: Oh, you look better than fine -- very nice.

Amanda: Oh, thank you. Well, what should I do with these

Julie Ann: Oh, don't worry about them. Don't worry about anything. Have a great time.

Amanda: Thanks, I will. All right, see you tomorrow.

Evan: Amanda?

Amanda: Good night.

Evan: Amanda, I'm really sorry to do this, but I just remembered --

Amanda: I'm very late, Evan.

Evan: I know -- it won't take that long. It just -- it has to be done tonight. It can't wait until tomorrow.

Amanda: You can't be serious.

Evan: It's in my office. It'll take five, 10 minutes, tops. Please?

Amanda: Oh!

Caroline: And why are you late?

Evan: I've been working.

Caroline: I just finished with a client myself.

Evan: Did you? I've been thinking about this all evening.

Caroline: Hmm. And you're still hungry?

Evan: Yeah -- for you.

Ronnie: You and I

Man: Yeah, baby!

[Cheers]

Ronnie: Thank you. Thank you, you've been very kind I'm going to take a short break and I'll be right back.

Ronnie: Hmm.

Zack: You just keep getting better.

Ronnie: You didn't say you were going to come back.

Zack: Well, I stood in the back.

Ronnie: Well, we had space at tables.

Zack: Ah, it sounds better in the back. I stood under a speaker.

Ronnie: I'm flattered.

Zack: Good. Flatter me a little.

Ronnie: How?

Zack: Give me a night. Give me a time to start planning.

Ronnie: Well, I can take just about any night off, I guess. He owes me.

Zack: Tomorrow. Thursday, the weekend.

Ronnie: Call me in the morning. I'll know then.

Zack: Morning?

Ronnie: Uh-huh.

Zack: Early?

Ronnie: Not before 9:00

Zack: 9:01. I'll talk to you then.

Amanda: You're not going anywhere.

Sam: Oh. You look beautiful.

Mary: Oh, I thought I heard someone --

Mary: Marley? Are you ok?

Marley: No.

Mary: What happened?

Marley: I'm not pregnant.

Mary: I'm sorry.

Marley: You were right, Mary.

Mary: I didn't want to be.

Marley: I shouldn't have gotten my hopes up too high.

Mary: I understand.

Marley: I was such a fool to be so happy.

Mary: No. It's never foolish to be happy.

Marley: I guess when you feel this bad after --

Mary: Gosh, I wish there was something I could do.

Marley: For a few days, I had a little secret, private little secret inside me. And now it just feels so empty.

Mary: Oh, honey.

Marley: Mary, I feel like I lost a child.

Mary: Oh.

Marley: What am I going to do? 

[Caroline moans]

Caroline: What an inauguration. I love this place, Evan. The gallery is really going to take off. Bay city is going to be very, very good for us.

[Cheers]

[Band plays]

Ronnie: Look what you've d e for me, baby you make all my dreams of love come true and you did it all because you said that you wanted me to know that I was someone special in your life ooh you make me feel brand new inside we're so good together you and I and you're the first and last the in between the hope, the trust and what that means is I'm going to be with you forever because I can feel it when we kiss and I can feel it when we touch it's the power of your love going on, babe I can hear it when you talk and I can see it when you walk it's the power of your love and I feel so good about it I feel so good about it and look what you've done for me, baby I never had a love like yours before and every time I come around you it just thrills me to my soul and that's the kind of love you don't let go 'cause I can feel it when we kiss and I can feel it when we touch it's the power of your love going on, babe I can hear it when you talk and I can see it when you walk it's the power of your love ain't no valley too low no mountain too high for us to climb as long as I got you and you got me, baby you're kind, devoted you're so sweet you're so good to me and I'm gonna to be with you forever I can feel it when we kiss and I can feel it when we touch it's the power of your love going on I can hear it when we talk and I can see it when you walk it's the power of your love and I feel so good about it I feel so good hmm

Man: Yeah, yeah, yeah!

[Cheers]

[Flamenco plays]

Jamie: Come home. Come home with me.

Vicky: I'm not going home, Jamie.

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