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Another World Transcript Monday 10/25/04
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Proofread by Daniel
Jamie: I can't believe it! We're finally back!
Vicky: Oh, just put them all down and I'll look through them all again.
Jamie: Where do you get it?
Vicky: Get what?
Jamie: The energy.
Vicky: Oh, now, come on, doc. Don't tell me that a little shopping wore you out.
Jamie: "A little"? You called this a little shopping?
Vicky: Oh, I didn't spend that much.
Jamie: Are you kidding? I think I just discovered the reason for Americaís trade imbalance.
Vicky: Oh! Wait till you see what I got for my mom. It's --
Jamie: I cannot believe how late it is. It's just impossible.
Vicky: What, you didn't believe when I told you that we could do all-night shopping, that we would shop until sunup?
Jamie: Yeah, right. Well, now we have to sit down and discuss the future, ok?
Vicky: Ah! Uh, uh -- no, we made a little deal, remember?
Jamie: Yeah, I know, but --
Vicky: No talking about our future.
Jamie: Yeah, I know, I know, but --
Vicky: Or Lisa.
Jamie: All right, ok. No talking about the future, no talking about Lisa.
Vicky: I'm just concentrating on what a wonderful day it's been --
Vicky: And how many wonderful gifts -- there you are!
Vicky: Hi, Bridget!
Bridget: I thought you'd gotten lost.
Vicky: Oh, no!
Jamie: Hello, Bridget. Hi.
Vicky: Wait until you see the wonderful things that we've bought.
Bridget: Well, I think we'll have to wait a bit, Dr. Frame.
Bridget: You got a message from Bay City. It's very urgent.
Sharlene: I don't believe these forms.
John: I.R.S. has a language all its own, doesn't it?
Sharlene: Yeah, but Chris sure knew her bookkeeping. Every little thing is itemized. Did you see that?
John: Yeah. She was good.
Sharlene: How does she do it? You still go see her, don't you?
John: She manages a smile every now and then.
Sharlene: That's good.
John: That's good for a psychiatric patient in the hospital.
Sharlene: Well, I'm glad you're trying to help her. I knew you would.
John: Sharlene, I just don't think that this coffee's going to keep my eyes open much longer.
Sharlene: It's a tough day, huh?
John: Yeah, we were doing ceiling work. It really takes it out of you.
Sharlene: Well, I'm sorry that this has taken so long.
John: Well, it's not your headache.
Sharlene: Jason's my brother.
John: Yeah, I know, but --
Sharlene: Look, if he hadn't tried to change all the records, the construction company wouldn't have anything to worry about.
John: Well, he says that there's no false information anywhere in these statements.
Sharlene: Let's just make sure, ok?
John: Ok, ok.
Oh. My eyes just aren't focusing on this anymore. Here, what's this?
Sharlene: Well, you know, I got to call Josie. She's going to be wondering where I am.
Josie: Look, I built a nice fire.
Matthew: Yeah. It's great. A great fire.
Josie: You look so handsome in that jacket.
Matthew: Oh. Thank you. Candles?
Josie: Yeah. I made noodle casserole.
Josie: You said you liked it.
Matthew: Yeah, yeah, yeah. I do, I do.
Josie: I could make something else, some sandwiches --
Matthew: No, no, no, no. Noodle casserole.
Matthew: Yeah, that's fine. That's my favorite.
Matthew: It's a great fire.
Matthew: Already said that.
Josie: Oh, I love a nice fire in the fall.
Matthew: I'm -- oh, sorry. There's just something in your hair.
Matthew: Oh, it's just something --
Josie: What is it?
Matthew: No, it was just a little fuzzy or something.
Matthew: So, nobody's home? Your uncle Jason left?
Josie: Yeah. We have the whole house to ourselves.
Sharlene: Hi, honey.
Josie: Hi, mama.
Sharlene: Look, is everything ok?
Josie: Yeah, fine.
Sharlene: Well, I am still working on these books with John and it could be quite a while yet.
Josie: No problem. You said you'd be real late.
Sharlene: I know, but I just didn't want you to worry about me.
Josie: I'm not.
Sharlene: Are you sure? You sound a little -- I don't know. You sound a little nervous.
Josie: I'm fine.
Sharlene: Ok. Uh -- I forgot my keys.
Josie: So what else is new?
Sharlene: Thank you. And, look, did your uncle Jason say what he was going to be doing tonight?
Sharlene: Well, I hope he gets home at a decent hour. I hate thinking of you out there all alone.
Josie: It's ok. I don't mind.
Sharlene: Ok. Sleep tight, and I'll see you in the morning. Bye.
Josie: I will. Bye.
Matthew: Checking up on you, huh?
Josie: Yeah. She -- she won't be home for hours. We'll have plenty of time to -- to have dinner.
Jamie: When did this come in, Bridget?
Bridget: About a half an hour ago.
Jamie: Thank you. I think I better check into it. Excuse me.
Vicky: So, who was it that called him?
Bridget: It was his secretary at the hospital.
Vicky: Only her? Oh, great.
Bridget: Well, you must've bought out the whole store, dear.
Vicky: Oh, we had so much fun.
Bridget: Oh, I could tell that. I saw you smiling and laughing when you came in.
Vicky: And it was such a wonderful day.
Bridget: Yes, all right. So many pretty things here, I bet, eh?
Vicky: Jamie and I had lunch down by a little shack on the ocean and then we went for a nice long walk on the beach.
Bridget: Oh, I bet this is for Mr. Mikey. He's going to look like a Spanish gentleman in all these clothes. What do we have in this one?
Bridget: My goodness, look at that! Look at that.
Vicky: You know, Jamie was so relaxed all day today, Bridget. You should've seen him. We've never spent time like this together.
Bridget: How many stores were there, dear?
Vicky: Oh, it was wonderful!
Bridget: Well, yes. Yes. You know, to have a man -- to have a man who really likes to go shopping -- well, that really is a treasure, you know.
Vicky: You know, I think Jamieís wanted to spend this time with me, just here in Majorca without anyone to interfere.
Bridget: Did he say that to you, Vicky?
Vicky: No, of course he didn't say it. He wouldn't admit it, not even to himself.
Bridget: Victoria. Oh, my dear. How I hate to be the only one that keeps saying to you, "please, my dear, just go softly, not so much hope."
Vicky: It's just a feeling. After all, he did follow me all the way here.
Bridget: Well, yes --
Vicky: And he didn't go home when I told him to. Now, that's got to be a little sign of hope.
Bridget: Well, he might be changing his mind a bit, but --
Vicky: No, I'm not saying that he's going to fall down on the floor and worship me and tell me he loves me and can't live his life without me. I'm just saying that he cares.
Bridget: Well, aye, he did come all this way, I know, dear, but --
Vicky: And I love him. I love him so much.
Marley: I didn't hear you come in.
Jake: I just got here. What's this?
Marley: Dinner. How do you like it so far?
Jake: Dinner for us?
Marley: Of course. You haven't eaten yet, have you?
Jake: No, uh-uh. No.
Jake: How come?
Jake: Special dinner. I mean, obviously, you've gone to -- to a lot of trouble. What's this?
Marley: Beef stroganoff.
Jake: What's the big deal?
Jake: Oh, come on. Yesterday you were ready to bite my head off. I mean, you didn't even talk to me when I got home from work. Now, we got beef stroganoff, we got wine, we got candles.
Marley: I said some things I shouldn't have said.
Jake: So now this?
Marley: I wanted to make it up to you.
Jake: Ok. It's ok.
Marley: Just like that?
Jake: Well, I can't hold a grudge against a pretty girl. You didn't act like yourself yesterday. Is there something going on that I don't know about?
Marley: Oh, it's just my job.
Jake: You love your job.
Marley: Yeah, well, there's still a lot of pressure.
Jake: No way.
Jake: I know you, Marley. When you're under pressure, you organize. You don't -- lose your temper.
Marley: I just said some things that I shouldn't have said.
Jake: How about the truth?
Marley: Are you calling me a liar, Jake?
Jake: Marley, I'm not --
Marley: I just told you that -- I'm sorry.
Jake: Honey, did I do something? I know I missed my tests, but --
Marley: It's not that. Maybe that's part of it. I'm not pregnant!
Marley: I -- I thought I was late.
Jake: You were late?
Marley: I was -- just a few days.
Jake: Oh, honey, I'm sorry.
Marley: But I hoped. I hoped I created a child and it became so alive.
Jake: It's ok, hon.
Marley: And then it died.
Jake: It'll be ok.
Marley: It's -- it died, Jake!
Matthew: That was so good.
Josie: Would you like some more?
Matthew: No, no. No, thank you.
Josie: Made enough for an army.
Matthew: You're a good cook.
Josie: Oh, there's marshmallows for dessert.
Josie: Toasted, I mean -- toasted marshmallows.
Matthew: Right, toasted. Yeah, right.
Josie: They're not actually toasted yet. We have to toast them.
Matthew: Right. Hey, what's the matter?
Josie: Nothing. Never mind.
Matthew: Oh, come on. Go, go, come on, tell me.
Josie: It's just that I haven't talked about food this much in my entire life.
Matthew: Yeah, I -- we -- I've noticed.
Josie: I practically told you every ingredient in noodle casserole.
Josie: You must think I'm silly.
Matthew: No. No, you're terrific.
Josie: I'm scared.
Josie: Because I can always talk to you, and now it seems --
Matthew: Different, yeah.
Josie: Having you here, making you dinner.
Matthew: First time.
Josie: Why don't I turn the radio on?
Matthew: Good idea. We can have some sort of beat to roast these marshmallows.
Josie: Oh, ok. I mean, we don't have to.
Matthew: Don't you want to?
Josie: Not if you donít.
Matthew: Well -- we do have the marshmallows to toast for dessert.
Josie: Right. Because they're marshmallows --
Matthew: Well, there's a lot of calories in the marshmallows.
Josie: We're talking about food again.
Matthew: Food again. We're not doing so well tonight, are we?
Singer: For all that you are
Singers: All that you are
Singer: You have made my life complete you're my lucky star you are the one that I've been searching for
John: So, the value after the depreciation is --
Sharlene: Is just what it says. Looks like Jason didn't doctor that form, either.
John: Maybe he didn't doctor any of them.
Sharlene: We won't know till we check.
John: Oh. You know, none of this seems to make any difference at all. Why don't we just wait till next week and pay the late-filing fee?
Sharlene: That's a lot of money.
Sharlene: Look, I'm sorry. I know you're tired.
John: Aren't you?
Sharlene: But if we can get through this tonight, we can make the deadline for the I.R.S.
John: Ok, ok, ok, all right. What's this?
Sharlene: I'm sorry. Am I in your way?
John: No, I'm sorry.
Sharlene: You know, we wouldn't even be doing this if you hadn't told Jason he could have a second chance.
John: I know, I know.
Sharlene: So then why you did it? Nobody else would.
John: Well, maybe that's the reason.
Sharlene: It means a great deal to me.
John: Maybe that's another reason.
Sharlene: It's just that Jason has never understood why other people can have so much and he doesn't, you know.
Sharlene: Then he -- he tries these shortcuts and then he gets into trouble and then things go downhill from there. Here, I'm just jabbering away. I should be working. You ok?
Sharlene: You seem awfully quiet.
John: Just the way I am sometimes.
Sharlene: So why don't I make some coffee?
John: Yeah, it'd probably be a lot better than that mush that I make.
Sharlene: I guess you -- you must think of Jason the way I do, that he really wants to do what's right. Otherwise, you wouldn't take him back, would you?
John: Why don't we wait on all this stuff until the morning? I mean, that way, we'd be a lot less likely to make a mistake.
Sharlene: Don't worry. We'll get through it. Unless it's a hint that you want to get rid of me.
Vicky: Andele! This is what I got for my dad! Whoo!
[Vicky chatters] Vicky: What do you think?
Jamie: Well, I think your dad ought to wear that to his next board meeting.
Vicky: Hey, ok!
Jamie: Where did you find all this bullfighting stuff?
Vicky: Oh. Now, you would know if you didn't spend all that time taking pictures of the harbor.
Jamie: Yeah, well, my pictures would have been works of art.
Vicky: Oh, you missed -- what do you mean "would have"?
Jamie: Well, if I'd had some film in the camera, it would've helped me out.
Vicky: You, Jamie!
Jamie: Don't you dare laugh at me!
Vicky: You did! You did -- you went down there and blew a whole hour!
Jamie: I was trying to set up the perfect angle and I -- I can't believe that.
Vicky: Dr. Frame?
Vicky: You need somebody to organize your life.
Jamie: Ahem -- you know, you're never going to get all this stuff on the airplane. You know that?
Vicky: Oh, yeah? You just watch me.
Jamie: I think you should set up a little shop here, you know, and sell these things back to the local inhabitants.
Vicky: No way! No way! Wait till you see what I got for Marley. Whoo! Ah! It's a light shawl and I --
Vicky: Whoa! Look what I got.
Jamie: What did you buy for yourself, I want to know?
Vicky: Um --
Vicky: Let me think.
Jamie: You didn't, did you? You didn't buy anything for yourself.
Vicky: Well, it's more fun to buy for other people.
Jamie: That's what I thought.
Vicky: Oh. You know, all that time when I was in Lassiter, and I'd be with Bridget, and I would always say, "The funniest thing about having tons and tons of money is that I could buy gifts for other people, all the time, whenever I wanted."
Jamie: And now you can.
Vicky: Yeah. I feel like a million bucks when I pick up that bill.
Vicky: Oh, well, I'll show you what I got for Bridget --
Vicky: If I can find it. You know, actually, I won't show you what I got for Bridget, because she could tiptoe down --
Jamie: Oh, yeah, that's right.
Vicky: And sneak up. But I can show you what I got for Amanda. Da-da-da-da-da-da ooh!
Vicky: Not the best part, because I also got a little gift for --
Jamie: That's terrific. That's great.
Vicky: Oh. I still haven't found anything for Sam, so why don't you and I go down to the harbor --
Jamie: No, no, wait --
Vicky: And pick something out together?
Jamie: I think you should get some rest.
Vicky: No way!
Jamie: No, I don't want you to push yourself, ok?
Vicky: I'm not. Push myself here? Just look at this place. Just listen to the music. You'd understand if you'd sit, watch people all day long.
Jamie: You really love people, don't you?
Vicky: Don't you?
Jamie: Well, I wonder sometimes.
Vicky: Oh, come on. You wouldn't be able to patch them up and listen to all their aches and pains if you didn't love them.
Vicky: So we're two of a kind, huh?
Jamie: You know, that phone call was to tell me they need me back at the hospital.
Vicky: Don't doctors get vacations, too?
Jamie: Not when they work at understaffed hospitals. I have to leave tomorrow.
Jamie: I want you to come with me.
Vicky: Oh! There you go again, talking about that futuristic thing.
Jamie: Vicky, we can't ignore the fact that tomorrow is going to come.
Vicky: No, you don't understand.
Jamie: I don't?
Vicky: You see, we're in Majorca.
Jamie: Yes --
Jamie: We are in Majorca.
Vicky: And in Majorca, tomorrow never comes.
Jamie: Vicky --
Vicky: It always stays today.
Jamie: Vicky, listen --
Vicky: Oh, you know, I bought something for you!
Vicky: Just for you, and I'm going to find it. And somewhere in -- ah. Aha! Voila. What do you think? What? You're --
Jamie: Well, I did some shopping, too, Vicky.
Vicky: Oh, that's it?
Vicky: I mean, I go out and get this wonderful, crazy, little ridiculous hat. Now, I admit it's ridiculous, but you could at least do more than say --
Jamie: This was for you.
Jamie: That's great.
Marley: It was all so irrational.
Jake: Oh, honey, you want to have a baby. You were late. That doesn't sound irrational to me.
Marley: I should have known.
Marley: Because I had my surgery less than a month ago. They told me my period may be irregular.
Jake: So you did some wishful thinking. I mean, don't beat yourself up about it.
Marley: I just wanted a child so bad.
Jake: I know you do, honey. So do I.
Marley: And I did it again.
Marley: I kept it all inside.
Jake: I wasn't going to say anything about that.
Marley: And I kept it a secret, and -- and I built it up in my mind, and I --
Jake: Honey, honey, listen to me. I love you. You are the best thing that ever happened to me. I hate myself for doing this to you. I mean, here you are crying because you can't have a baby, blaming yourself, when we both know it's my fault, because I haven't been back to the doctor!
Marley: You have been busy here.
Jake: Oh, right. "Jake the big shot," huh?
Marley: Jake, what is it?
Jake: If you could just know what I was thinking inside! I mean, I've always -- I've lived up to this image. I drove into Bay City on my big Harley. Big shot, huh?
Jake: It is not ok! Man, if you knew what I was thinking -- that it might be my fault because we can't have a baby.
Marley: It has nothing --
Jake: I know that in my mind. But in my gut, I feel something different. I mean, I am so stupid!
Marley: No, you're not.
Jake: Then how come I can't get this out of my mind, huh? How come I feel like this? I am so dumb!
Marley: You are not dumb. Your feelings are not dumb. They are what make you real. And what make you sensitive. And that's why I am so in love with you.
Sharlene: John -- John?
John: Oh, Sharlene --
Sharlene: Hey, you were right. You need some rest, and so do I. Let's just do this tomorrow night.
John: No, I'm sorry. I just couldn't keep my eyes open.
Sharlene: No, really, it's all right. Besides, I should go check on Josie. I hate thinking of her out there all alone.
Matthew: Josie, this is so right.
Josie: I know.
Matthew: Like it was meant to be.
Josie: I think it is.
Matthew: You know, I've never cared for anyone this much before.
Josie: I haven't, either. When I'm with you, everything seems so perfect.
Matthew: I just hope it stays that way.
Josie: Me, too.
Matthew: When people get older, they confuse things. They make them too complicated.
Josie: I know. I trust you.
Singer: You can count on me forever
Josie: More than I've ever trusted anyone.
Singer: I will take good care of you I'll always love you
Singer: Be my guide
Jake: You know what I'm doing?
Marley: You told me not to blame myself.
Jake: I'm doing the same thing you were doing. You remember what you said when the doctor said you couldn't get pregnant?
Marley: I was positive that they made a mistake.
Jake: That's what I'm doing. I'm just telling myself the test was wrong.
Marley: But that's understandable.
Jake: I mean, the lab screwed up, right? "Can't be me. I'm superman."
Marley: Jake --
Jake: Some big shot, huh?
Marley: You are talking about your feelings.
Marley: That means we're going to be ok.
Jake: I hope so.
Marley: It'll be easier for me.
Singer: I'd go out of my mind but for you
Jake: I will call and make an appointment.
Singer: I'd go out of my mind
Marley: I love you.
Singer: But for you
Jake: I love you.
Jake: We'll get a big hospital room and let them fix us up, and we'll name our first baby blue cross.
Marley: Well, we could always name it blue shield if it's a girl.
Jake: You look beautiful in the candlelight.
Marley: Thank you.
Jake: I want a baby girl that looks exactly like you.
Marley: But I already have a sister who looks exactly like me.
Marley: Do you really think we could do with a miniature version running around?
Jake: To tell you the truth, I'll take what I can get.
Marley: Yeah, so will I.
Singer: Watch every night you don't care what I do
Jake: What are you doing?
Marley: I am making a note to buy three basil thermometers tomorrow.
Jake: That's my girl -- not one, not two, but three thermometers.
Marley: You are darn right.
Jake: Yeah? You look so happy.
Marley: I am so happy. Because we're finally working things out together.
Singer: My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun
John: Sharlene, I'm sorry. You come over here, try to help me with my books, and I pass out on you.
Sharlene: It's all right.
John: It's just that I didn't get much sleep last night.
Sharlene: Look, really, don't worry about it. We'll just -- we'll do this over the next couple of days.
John: Right. All right.
John: I'll take a look at this stuff in the morning, see if there's anything else that I could --
John: Sharlene, is this right?
John: Well, look at this. It says that if this isn't in tomorrow, there's a 20% penalty on the total?
Sharlene: Why is this date different from all the others?
John: Oh. I don't get it.
Sharlene: You can't afford a 20% penalty.
John: I'm just going to have to wade through all this stuff tonight. That's all there is to it.
Sharlene: Why didn't we notice this before?
John: Oh -- I don't know. What a mess.
Sharlene: All right, listen. You go over there and you lie down, and I'm going to get started on this.
John: Sharlene, this is not your work.
Sharlene: I know, I -- but this is something that Jason should have handled. Now rest.
John: What's Jason got to do with this?
Sharlene: Look, if I need you, I will wake you up. Please?
John: All right, I'll tell you what. I'm going to lay down here for half an hour, and then you wake me up.
Sharlene: I got it, right.
John: I promise, I'll be a lot sharper then.
Sharlene: Go lie down. I promise. I'll wake you up.
John: Half an hour, you got it?
Sharlene: I've got it. Half an hour. Got it.
John: No longer. Oh.
Singer: Oh break my heart and leavin' tonight
Matthew: Josie, I want you. I'd never hurt you.
Josie: I know.
Singer: Cannot sleep leavin' tonight
Matthew: I'll make sure it's safe.
Josie: I knew you would. I knew you'd make everything perfect.
Singer: When we feel excitement rise driver's license number...
[Jamie and Vicky laugh]
[Guitar music plays]
Jamie: Well, with all this walking we've done, you should get a good night's sleep.
Vicky: Yeah, I will! How about you, sir?
Jamie: Well, I'll try to catch some -- some sleep on the plane.
Vicky: On the -- well, when does your plane leave tomorrow?
Jamie: "Tomorrow" is a -- it's a relative term. I don't even think I'll make it to bed.
Vicky: Oh. You're kidding.
Jamie: No, no. They need me first thing tomorrow morning at the hospital.
Vicky: Wow. Bay City is certainly a long, long way away.
Jamie: But I should pick up some time flying west, you know.
Vicky: You're leaving right away?
Jamie: Yeah, pretty soon. I guess we won't see each other once I say good night.
Vicky: I didn't know.
Jamie: You know, I had a really great time.
Vicky: Good. We -- it was nice. You seemed really happy and relaxed. It was nice to see you that way.
Jamie: The next time you say you want to do a little shopping --
Vicky: You're not going to let me live that down, now, are you?
Jamie: No, never!
[Jamie and Vicky laugh]
Vicky: Oh, look at that -- Robertoís playing with some other musicians.
Jamie: That sounds great from up here, doesn't it?
Vicky: And Bridget.
Jamie: You're kidding -- what?
Vicky: Oh, Bridget dancing with Roberto.
Jamie: Oh, that's great.
Vicky: I wish she had somebody to love. She's been spending her life with other people all the time.
Jamie: She could make someone very happy.
Vicky: Yeah, she could. You know, she -- then she wouldn't have to revolve her life around other people like mom, dad, me.
Jamie: You love her very much, don't you?
Vicky: Yeah, I do. I spent a lot of time with her growing up. She was all I needed. Now, she needs something, someone. We all need that.
Jamie: Yeah, I know.
Vicky: Wow, getting -- getting serious here.
Jamie: Well, there's no rules against being serious, though.
Vicky: No, well, maybe we should make one.
Jamie: Listen, I can't stay much longer. So I'm going to ask you one last time -- will you come back home with me?
Vicky: I'm on vacation.
Jamie: Vacations end!
Vicky: Well, not this soon! You know, there is something you don't quite understand --
Vicky: That you should have fun when time allows it -- that's what you should do.
Jamie: Oh, is that right?
Vicky: Yeah! Because you don't always have that time, you know.
Jamie: You know, one of the things that I've always liked about you is you have this way of making sure that life doesn't get too complicated.
Vicky: Tell me about it.
Jamie: No, I'm very serious.
Vicky: Well, you shouldn't be. How can you be serious with this wonderful, glorious dance music playing, huh?
Jamie: That's a good point.
Singer: Keep the music playing how do you make it last?
Matthew: Hey. You're shivering.
Josie: I'm ok.
Matthew: Ok -- no, not if you're afraid.
Josie: Am I doing something wrong?
Matthew: No! You just seem so scared.
Josie: But I just want to make you happy.
Matthew: No -- Josie? This is something that we both have to want.
Josie: But everyone else -- I don't know.
Matthew: What do you mean "everyone else"? You mean those guys at the student union?
Josie: Yeah, I -- I feel so funny around them. It's like we're the only ones who haven't, you know?
Matthew: Josie, we don't have to do something just because everyone else does it.
Josie: I know that you must want to.
Matthew: No, no, not if you donít.
Josie: You think there's something wrong with me.
Matthew: No, I donít. In fact, to tell you the truth, I was doing the same thing.
Matthew: Listening to what they were saying. You know, maybe -- maybe it's just not the right time for us.
Josie: Are you sure?
Josie: I mean, you won't -- you won't think tomorrow that --
Matthew: No, no --
Josie: I was just this little girl.
Matthew: No, no. We both decided.
Josie: I don't want you to ever go away.
Matthew: I'm not, not ever.
Singer: Yet be the best of friends
Singers: If we can try with every day to make it better
Singer: Never been scared of love before now but I've never been this much in love with you it happened so fast that I'm afraid it won't last and I don't want to lose what my dreams are made of I don't think I'm ready for you
Singers: There are too many heartaches I've already been through
Singer: But this feeling inside is getting harder to hide until I know that you feel it, too I don't think I'm ready for you
John: Oh! Ah!
Sharlene: John -- John? No, wait -- hey. It's me.
Sharlene: It's me. Are you ok? Hey, hey.
Man: Nothing lived nothing grew till I loved you every sky ever gray never blue you were my friend good friend and sometimes I would wonder could the one to save me possibly be you?
Woman: I was lost I was blind till I loved you wouldn't see couldn't find someone new you were my friend dear friend I held you close to my heart but I never thought I'd feel the way I do
Both: Until that certain moment when I loved you
Man: And now I can't ever imagine my living without you
Woman: It seems I spend all of my time thinking only
Josie: Are you sorry that we didn't --
Matthew: No. It'll happen when it's meant to happen.
Josie: I never dreamed tonight would end like this.
Matthew: I had a great time because I was with you.
Josie: Do you mean that?
Man: Until that curtain
Matthew: Would you wear this?
Josie: Are you sure?
Both: Moment when I loved you
Josie: Oh, Matthew.
Matthew: When you look at it, you can remember tonight, how special it was.
Vicky: What are you doing -- seeing if you're going to turn into a pumpkin?
Jamie: No, but my plane might.
Vicky: Oh! That could get dangerous, especially over that Atlantic.
Jamie: Yeah, I know. But it's getting to be that time.
Vicky: I'm sorry it had to end.
Jamie: Yeah, so am I. This day is going to be for me a day that I know I'll remember for the rest of my life.
Man: And now I can't ever imagine my living
Vicky: That's nice to hear you say.
Man: Without you
Jamie: I wish I could stay.
Woman: It seems I spend all of my time thinking only about you
Jamie: I wish we could have another day just like this one.
Vicky: Yeah. Yeah, that would be nice, wouldn't it?
Jamie: My plane is leaving soon, so --
Vicky: I'm glad you came.
Jamie: So am I. You know, and I guess I have to admit that you look like you're taking care of yourself. You look --
Vicky: Are you sure you have to go?
Jamie: They need me. So you take care of yourself -- and him.
Vicky: Or her.
Vicky: I will.
Jamie: Then, we'll talk.
Jamie: So long.
Vicky: Bye. Jamie?
Vicky: Did you really mean it when you said you wanted me to come back with you?
Jamie: Yes, I did.
Vicky: You weren't just saying that?
Jamie: No. I really want you to come back with me. I want that more than anything right now. Will you?
Woman: Until that certain
Man: Till that certain
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