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Another World Transcript Tuesday 10/26/04

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Lisa: 9:00.

Rick: 9:00?

Lisa: O'clock? The time? The way we know when things happen?

Rick: Why are you calling the time?

Lisa: Why do you think?

Rick: There's a clock on the wall.

Lisa: It's wrong.

Rick: What about your watch?

Lisa: It's slow. Can't a person call the time without being cross-examined?

Lisa: Oh! I can't believe it.

Rick: Lisa. What is going wrong with you today, huh?

Lisa: I'm just a little wound up, that's all.

Rick: Any particular reason?

Lisa: Coffee. I never should have a second cup.

Rick: Hey, I thought we were better friends than that.

Lisa: Ok, it's Jamie. He -- I haven't heard from him.

Rick: He still away?

Lisa: No. He's back.

Rick: And so he should be calling, right?

Lisa: He should have called already.

Rick: How long has it been?

Lisa: Well, he had to be back today, and the last flight came in at 6:14 A.M.

Rick: You checked?

Lisa: I should have gone with him. I was right there at the airport. I -- I'm such a jerk!

Rick: Lisa, I'm sure he'll call.

Lisa: I am not sure about anything anymore.

[Knock on door]

Jamie: Hi. I'm back.

Rick: Excuse me. I'm sure Captain Delaney has something to yell at me about.

Lisa: When did you get back?

Jamie: In the middle of the night.

Lisa: Last night? Why didn't you call?

Jamie: Well, we got in too late.

Lisa: "We"?

Jamie: Vicky and I, yeah.

Lisa: Oh, of course.

Jamie: We came back together, that's all.

Lisa: Well, that's great! You had someone to talk to on the plane.

Jamie: So how have you been?

Lisa: Whoo -- we don't need to talk about me. You went to Spain. How was it?

Jamie: Oh, Majorcaís beautiful.

Lisa: Did you see any museums or the architecture? Hey, did you learn to speak Spanish?

"Hablo espaŮol, Senor Cory?"

"Si, habla espaŮol."

Jamie: Stop it, stop it!

Lisa: I got A's in Spanish all through high school, and you should have heard me conjugate.

Jamie: Lisa, why are you doing this?

Lisa: I just wanted you to talk about your trip.

Jamie: Well, I'd rather talk about us --

Lisa: Oh. Ok.

Jamie: Alone.

Lisa: I don't see anyone else here.

Jamie: Rick is coming back.

Lisa: Not for a while.

Jamie: But we need more time than that. Can we go out right now, please? We'll get some breakfast or something.

Lisa: Jamie, I'm at work. I can't just leave.

Jamie: We need to talk now, Lisa.

Lisa: Well, I'm not free now. I'm sorry.

Jamie: I'm sorry, too. Call me when you're free.

Iris: You can't see it from here. It's hidden by that hideous love tower.

Mac: How many rooms?

Iris: Do you know, I didn't count.

Mac: Oh, Iris. I hope you offered 20% less than they asked.

Iris: I certainly did. I drove a very hard bargain.

Mac: Good.

Rachel: Surprise, surprise.

Mac: Well, you got a great location, that's for sure.

Iris: Yes, and it's within walking distance from the office.

Mac: Seems perfect to me.

Iris: There's only one thing wrong with it -- it's too far away from my daddy.

Mac: Aw!

Rachel: Hey, you can't have everything.

Iris: But it has an enormous dining room. It's just wonderful -- that was the biggest selling point. You know how I adore to have dinner parties.

Mac: I'm very happy for you, Iris.

Rachel: Well, I'd love to stay and chat, but I've got things to do.

Iris: And we've got a company to run.

Mac: Mm-hmm.

Rachel: I'll see you later, Mac.

Mac: Thanks again for driving me in, sweetheart.

Rachel: Not at all. Goodbye, Iris.

Julie Ann: Oh, Mrs. Wheeler. Your appointment's here to see you.

Iris: Appointment? I don't have anything scheduled for this morning. Oh, who is it?

Julie Ann: Mr. Frame.

Rachel: What?

Mac: Jason frame?

Iris: Does he want to see me?

Julie Ann: Yeah. That's what he said.

Mac: There must be some mistake.

Rachel: Maybe not.

Mac: You have no business dealings with Jason Frame, have you?

Iris: No. Oh. Of course. It's about the spa.

Rachel: What spa?

Iris: For the galleria. We're building it into the complex.

Rachel: You're going ahead with that, Mac?

Mac: I want to know what Jason has to do with that.

Iris: Well, I was taking bids from all different companies.

Mac: Not from Jasonís company, you're not. I won't have it, Iris.

Iris: They tell me John Hudson is the best.

Mac: Well, then, hire John Hudson.

Rachel: John and Jason are partners again.

Mac: I didn't know that.

Iris: It would be unfair to say no without seeing him.

Mac: There is no such thing as unfair when it comes to Jason Frame.

Iris: Well, what about if I just listen to him and then let him leave? Send him in, Julie Ann. There won't be a problem, daddy.

Rachel: There's already a problem, Iris. It's Jason.

Jason: Oh. Everybody's here.

Rachel: Not for long.

Mac: Make your pitch to Iris and then get out. I don't want to see you in this building again. Is that understood?

Jason: My biggest fans.

Iris: Well, now, Mr. Frame, what the hell are you doing here?

[Doorbell rings]

Matt: Josie, hi.

Josie: Matthew, hi.

Matt: I'm glad I found you.

Josie: I didn't think I'd be seeing you so soon.

Matt: Listen -- I've got to talk to you about something.

Josie: Oh. If you want this back, I understand.

Matt: What are you doing? Josie, look at me. What's wrong?

Josie: I feel like a fool.

Matt: Why?

Josie: Girls like Carrie and Ashley, they're so cool. I mean, they get this smile on their face when they talk about the guys that they like. And you just know --

Matt: Know what?

Josie: It's easy for them.

Matt: What? What is? What are you talking about?

Josie: To make love, to go to bed with someone.

Matt: Are you upset about last night?

Josie: I'm not like them, Matthew. I don't think I can ever be like that.

Matt: Josie, Josie, I like you because of the way you are.

Josie: Oh, I wish I could believe that.

Matt: Now do you believe me?

Josie: Matthew?

Matt: You are the most beautiful girl I have ever known.

Josie: I just wish last night could have been what you wanted it to be.

Matt: All I wanted it to be was a night with you.

Josie: I mean --

Matt: I know what you mean, and it doesn't matter. Look, I knew you were going to start thinking like this. That's why I came over.

Josie: I just don't want you to think that there's something wrong with me.

Matt: There's nothing wrong with you. We've been under a lot of pressure.

Josie: Yeah, I guess.

Matt: You guess? I mean, most kids' parents don't hate each other like ours do.

Josie: What can we do about that?

Matt: Well, we don't have to add to the pressure. We can put off making love until we really know what we want. Josie, I love you. We have all the time in the world.

Josie: I need you so much.

Matt: I need you, too. When we're together, all I want to think about is us. I just want to block out the rest of the world and concentrate on you.

Mitch: So what's the news of the morning?

Felicia: Same old thing. Snoopy is trying to straighten out the peanuts gang. Here.

Mitch: Is there any chance of him straightening out Daisy --

Felicia: Oh, no.

Mitch: Or teaching her to fetch?

Felicia: Here. Here's some coffee. Did you sleep well?

Mitch: Great. It's hot. What is this, real coffee? What happened?

Felicia: What do you mean, "What happened?" Nothing happened. Why is it so strange to believe I could make you good coffee?

Mitch: Is there a new chef at Tops?

Felicia: He started yesterday.

Mitch: Ah.

Felicia: I can never fool you, can I? Why would you just think that I'd be in the kitchen whipping you up something?

Mitch: Because there's not even a kitchen in this place. Besides, I know.

Felicia: Yeah, I wonder.

Mitch: What do you mean, you wonder? I mean, what is that supposed to mean?

Felicia: Mitch, do you remember that magician?

Mitch: What magician?

Felicia: You know, the magician we saw at Atlantic City.

Mitch: Yeah.

Felicia: You know, I -- I never asked you what you thought about the way I acted that night.

Mitch: Well -- you said you were part of the show, that you were just pretending. That made me feel better.

Felicia: Oh. Did it?

Mitch: Well, I thought maybe it was somewhat overdone. But that's why I love you, isn't it?

Felicia: Yeah.

Mitch: So why all this sudden thing with the magician again?

Felicia: I don't know. Just wondering.

Mitch: Do we have plans for tonight?

Felicia: Um --

Mitch: I was thinking of maybe seeing Sam and Amanda and Alli.

Felicia: Oh, honey, I don't think I can tonight. I -- I plan to work.

Mitch: With what?

Felicia: On the new draft for the book. You understand?

Mitch: Oh. Ok, I understand that if I don't get moving I won't be working.

Felicia: Listen, you'll call me later?

Mitch: Yes, and maybe, if you even get a chance -- who knows -- maybe we could even have lunch.

Felicia: Oh, honey, I don't know if I can do that.

Mitch: Ok. Ok. I'll see you when I see you.

Felicia: Ok. Thanks. Bye.

Felicia: Lisa?

Vince: You got time for a cup of coffee?

Mary: No. I have an appointment.

Vince: And you don't look too happy about it.

Mary: It's Pilara.

Vince: Isn't that the case you tried to get rid of?

Mary: Yes, I did, and I couldn't, and so I just have to adjust and get used to it and feel comfortable with it.

Vince: I never saw a case get to you like this before.

Mary: How could it not get to me? A young girl who's beaten up like that -- it makes me ill when I think about it.

Vince: And they don't have anybody else that they can --

Mary: No, Vince, they donít. It's my job. That's why I'm here.

Vince: Ok, ok. I don't want to argue.

Mary: If I could just get her to open up.

Vince: Hey, if she won't open up with you, who's she going to open up with?

Mary: See, I know I could help her. I know I could. If I could get her out -- I'm sorry. I talk about this all the time.

Vince: No, no, no, that's fine. What do you think I'm here for?

Mary: She says that it was a mugger who attacked her.

Vince: And you don't buy that?

Mary: I think it was something she knows.

Woman: I'm here.

Mary: Hi, just on time. Come on in, Pilara. I'd like you to meet my husband. This is Vince McKinnon. Vince, this is Pilara Sanchez.

Vince: Hi.

Pilara: How long is this one going to take? There's a good TV show on, coming on in 10 minutes.

Mary: I'm afraid you're going to miss it.

Pilara: Oh, terrific. I have to sit here and listen to you. What's with this place? How come you can't leave me alone?

Mary: Bye, Vince. I'll see you later.

Vince: Ok. Best of luck.

Pilara: What's the problem?

Mary: Pilara, sit down, please.

Sharlene: These are so beautiful.

John: Well, there was a note in there originally, but I took it out and tore it up.

Sharlene: Why?

John: Because I wanted to tell you in person how much it means to me that you were there for me last night.

Sharlene: I'm glad I was.

John: Me, too. Me, too. You see, I -- you know, I had this whole speech prepared. Now it all sounds so phony.

Sharlene: Nothing you ever say has sounded phony.

John: Well, thank you. I just -- I want to thank you for being there for me last night. I mean it. I really do. If you -- I mean -- well, I'm really eloquent this morning, aren't I?

Sharlene: I don't need your thanks. But there is something that you could do for me.

John: What's that?

Sharlene: You could tell me what that was about last night.

John: No.

Sharlene: I was frightened for you, John.

John: It's ok. It's over.

Sharlene: No, no, I don't think so. You seemed real familiar with that nightmare.

John: Like I said, thanks a lot for being there, but it's my problem.

Sharlene: All right, if you won't talk to me, at least talk to somebody, John.

John: What do you mean, a shrink?

Sharlene: Yeah, a professional, yeah.

John: It's not my style.

Sharlene: If you had a broken leg, you would go see a doctor.

John: Sharlene, it's not the same thing. Look, and I'm not about to sit across a desk from some white-coated semiprofessional and sit there and tell him about my toilet training.

Sharlene: Mary McKinnon isn't like that.

John: Well --

Sharlene: Mary McKinnon -- she's not a stranger. She's a professional.

John: I know. She's already asked me to come and see her.

Sharlene: Then do it, John, please.

Iris: How dare you.

Jason: If I didn't dare, Iris, where would we be right now?

Iris: You stroll in here like you own the place.

Jason: I don't own "Brava," but I'll tell you, I do own a piece of you, honey.

Iris: Don't call me "honey." And you do not own any part of me.

Jason: Yes, I do, and starting today, you're going to make my life a heck of a lot easier.

Iris: I've already made your life a heck of a lot easier.

Jason: How do you figure that?

Iris: I had the charges dropped, didn't I?

Jason: You did that for Drew Marsten.

Iris: So what else do you want?

Jason: I'd like to be treated with the same amount of respect that your old man gets.

Iris: Oh, don't be ridiculous.

Jason: It's not ridiculous. If I'd been born with a silver spoon in my mouth like you were, I'd be equal to any Cory, wouldn't I?

Iris: I guess we'll never know, will we?

Jason: Yes, we will, because starting today, you are going to help me, Iris.

Iris: Now you're being ridiculous again.

Jason: What's a few bucks to you compared to the bomb I could drop, chief?

Iris: You will never call me that again.

Jason: You're very good at tossing orders around. You don't have one good card in your hand, lady.

Iris: Very well.

Jason: Yeah?

Jason: Yeah, you're a few zeros short, aren't you? Really -- look.

Iris: Say thanks and get out.

Jason: I am not trying to start trouble. It's not what I want.

Iris: No, you won't start any trouble.

Jason: How did you explain this meeting here at "Brava," huh?

Iris: You came for an interview about the spa construction job.

Jason: Spa construction?

Iris: Hmm.

Jason: How'd I do?

Iris: You blew it!

Jason: What a shame. That would have absolutely destroyed Rachel. Do you know that?

Iris: Yes, it would, wouldn't it?

Jason: Wouldn't it be sad?

Iris: Tragic.

Jason: And the funny part is I could have done the best, I mean, first-class job on it.

Iris: Just like you did a first-class job on me?

Jason: No. Better.

Iris: Just to see Rachelís face --

Jason: It'd be worth it, wouldn't it? Iris, should I draw up a contract?

Lisa: If you were in love with someone, wouldn't you rush to the phone the minute you got home?

Felicia: Well, I'm not the one you should ask that, and, you know, I'm a phone fanatic. I call people when I chip my nail.

Lisa: Yeah, well, he didn't even come to the apartment. He went to the police station expecting me to drop everything!

Felicia: Honey, you sound so angry.

Lisa: I am angry.

Felicia: I don't know what to tell you. I wish there was something that I could do for you.

Lisa: No, there's nothing anyone can do except Jamie. And he didn't bother. So tell me -- tell me what's new with you.

Felicia: No. No, no, no. We're not going to suddenly talk about me here.

Lisa: No, I want to, please? I'm sick and tired of talking about me. I want to talk about you. Come on -- distract me.

Felicia: I just saw you yesterday.

Lisa: Well, think of something new!

Felicia: Well -- there is this.

Lisa: What? What is it?

Felicia: It was an ad in the paper for a dog groomer. I thought I'd have Daisy permed.

Lisa: You're kidding.

Felicia: Of course I'm kidding. It was a joke. It was supposed to get a smile on your face.

Lisa: I don't feel like smiling.

Felicia: Honey, you said you were angry at Jamie. Why are you punishing yourself?

Lisa: It's my fault. I should have gone to Spain with him.

Felicia: Oh, no, no, no. You can't get into that now.

Lisa: Well, you know, if it weren't for me, Vicky would not even be pregnant.

Felicia: What? Oh, you're going to have to explain that one to me.

Lisa: I told him to date her.

Felicia: But you didn't tell him to -- I'm sorry. We don't even have to talk about that. What you have to do is you have to concentrate on the present, Lisa, right now.

Lisa: How?

Felicia: He's back, you know his number, and you call him. Come on, honey. Please.

Lisa: There's another reason why I did not want to talk to him. I'm afraid.

Felicia: Of what?

Lisa: Of what he might have to say.

Felicia: Honey, if you don't start believing that Jamie really loves you, then you know that none of this is ever going to work.

Lisa: What if he says --

Felicia: No, no, no. You forget the what-ifs. Forget them. You just call him on the phone right now and you talk to him. Come on.

Lisa: Ok, ok.

Felicia: Ok. And I want you to remember something. If this doesn't work, you will always have me.

Lisa: Oh. Oh. You don't know how much I count on that.

Felicia: I love you a lot. You know that.

Lisa: I love you, too.

Felicia: Ok. Now, you sit down here and you call him. All right? Come on. I'm going to go get ready. I have something that I have to do. All right? Go on.

Pilara: How come you keep asking me the same questions?

Mary: Because you keep refusing to answer.

Pilara: So get smart. Don't ask.

Mary: Let's start from the beginning.

Pilara: Come on.

Mary: Do you realize you're actually quite lucky?

Pilara: Did I just hit the lottery or something?

Mary: You survived. I know you were beaten, and I know you're probably still in pain.

Pilara: I got this headache, but I figure it's from all this talk.

Mary: You're alive, and you weren't raped, and it could have been worse.

Pilara: I ain't saying different.

Mary: So, did you see your attacker?

Pilara: I told you, I don't remember a thing. My mind is like a blank, you know. I got a concussion, remember?

Mary: Why are you so hostile? That's what I don't understand -- unless you're hiding something.

Pilara: Are you?

Mary: What?

Pilara: Hiding something.

Mary: What do you mean?

Pilara: What's this to you anyhow? You going to lose your job or something?

Mary: I don't understand.

Pilara: If you don't wear me down, get me spilling my guts --

Mary: I don't want that. I care is all.

Pilara: Look, you're not my mother, ok? Why should you care?

Mary: Ok. Ok. Then I don't have any choice but to turn your case back over to the police.

Pilara: You can't do that. Oh, no.

Mary: Why not? Who are you protecting?

Matt: I need to ask you a favor.

Mac: If I can do it, you've got it. You know that, Matthew.

Matt: Drop the charges against Jason.

Mac: That's a hard one, Matthew.

Matt: I know.

Mac: You know what he did to your sister.

Matt: Yes, I know. But I also know what this situation is doing to Josie.

Mac: Yes, I know what that's like, too, being caught between two people that you love.

Matt: Like mom and Iris.

Mac: Have you talked to your mother?

Matt: No, I don't have to.

Mac: It's that obvious?

Matt: Oh, it's pretty hard to miss.

Mac: You're so young to have to deal with so many grownups' hang-ups.

Matt: I'm not the one who's having the problem. Josie is really having a hard time.

Mac: Because of Jason Frame.

Matt: She's really upset, and I'm worried about her. Now, if you could just forget about --

Mac: Jason.

Matt: Look, I know it's a lot to ask.

Mac: It's considerably more than that, Matthew.

Matt: Please, just think about it.

Mac: All right, Matthew. I will.

Matt: That's all I can ask. Thanks.

Mac: I'm not promising anything, Matthew.

Matt: I know, I know.

Mac: Oh, Mitch.

Mitch: Hi, son. Hi, Mac. I wanted to leave these photographs of the wedding for Rachel.

Mac: She's not here, but Matthew is.

Matt: Listen, I really appreciate it, really. I'm going to get out of your hair now.

Mac: You're not in my way, Matthew.

Matt: No, no, really. Thanks a lot. See you later.

Mitch: Sure.

Mary: It's someone you know, isn't it?

Pilara: You shrinks think you're so smart.

Mary: Isn't that it?

Pilara: You got all the answers. You tell me.

Mary: How many times has this happened? I know it's more than once.

Pilara: You don't know nothing.

Mary: Am I to assume that you don't mind?

Pilara: Don't mind what?

Mary: Being beaten like this?

Pilara: Are you nuts?

Mary: Some people donít. They think they deserve it.

Pilara: That's sick.

Mary: Yes, I agree. And someone who would do this to you is sick. And if you protect this person, then I have to believe that you're sick, also.

Pilara: He loves me!

Mary: Who loves you? Someone who does this to you? -- This is love?

Pilara: You're twisting everything.

Mary: Was it your father?

Pilara: I don't have no father.

Mary: Your boyfriend? That's it, isn't it? Come on, Pilara. Ok. Ok. If that's the way you want it, I'll have to go to the police.

Pilara: So go. They can't do nothing.

Mary: They can. They can help. So can I.

Pilara: I don't need nobody's help. Got it?

Mary: Fine! That's it for today!

Vince: Mary --

Mary: You didn't have to stay around to see if I was ok.

Vince: Ok. Is that why it looked like you were about to cry?

Mary: Vince.

Vince: Oh.

Lisa: Did I get any calls?

Rick: Oh, that's really nice. No "hello, Rick" or "hi, I'm back, Rick."

Lisa: I'm not in the mood for a joke.

Rick: Sorry. No calls.

Lisa: Damn.

Rick: Well, I thought you talked to Jamie this morning.

Lisa: No, I did not talk to Jamie this morning, and now I can't find him anywhere.

Rick: Well, did you have him paged at the hospital?

Lisa: Of course I had him paged at the hospital. I called his apartment. I went to his gym. There's only one place I did not call.

Rick: Where?

Lisa: Vicky's, and I don't really feel like calling there.

Rick: Look, Lisa, I'm sure he'll call here any minute. Where'd you go for lunch?

Lisa: I wasn't hungry.

Rick: Well, Lisa, you got to eat. It'll make you feel better.

Lisa: No, the only thing that's going to make me feel better is to get this out with Jamie.

Julie Ann: Am I interrupting?

Lisa: No.

Rick: Julie Ann!

Julie Ann: I was walking into Maryís place and I thought, "Well, wait a minute. Do I want to have a hot pastrami sandwich all by myself?" That wouldn't be much fun.

Rick: Well, it sounds downright boring to me.

Lisa: I think you better go with her, Rick.

Rick: Yeah, I got a great idea. Why don't all three of us go? Hot pastramis all around, my treat?

Lisa: No, thanks.

Julie Ann: Aren't you going to have lunch?

Lisa: I've got a lot of work I have to catch up on. You two go and have a good time.

Rick: Come on, Lisa.

Lisa: Go. I'll be fine.

Julie Ann: Can we bring you back anything?

Lisa: No, thanks.

Rick: It's good to see you.

Josie: I can't believe that you went all the way to Spain just for a few days.

Jamie: Yeah, listen, I've got something for you here, a little souvenir.

Josie: What?

Jamie: Well, I got one for your mom, too. Here. This one's for you.

Josie: Thanks. That's so sweet of you.

Jamie: It's a wallet, you know, and it's hand-tooled leather and everything.

Josie: Oh, it's beautiful. Thank you!

Sharlene: Well, you're back?

Jamie: Hi.

Sharlene: Hello!

Jamie: Well, don't think I was gone for a whole month or something.

Sharlene: Oh, we missed you.

Jamie: Thank you.

Sharlene: How's Vicky?

Jamie: Vicky -- she's good, better. I mean -- I talked her into coming back to Bay City with me.

Sharlene: Well, that must be a load off your mind.

Jamie: Yes, it is. Listen, I've got something for you right here, huh?

Sharlene: Thank you. Well -- oh. It's beautiful.

Jamie: You like it?

Sharlene: Yeah. So tell us about sunny Spain. Thank you.

Jamie: Well, I really wasn't there long enough to see much of anything.

Sharlene: Well, did you take any pictures?

Jamie: Yes, I did, with a camera with no film in it, believe it or not.

Sharlene: I guess you had other things on your mind.

Jamie: Yeah -- not so bright, huh?

Josie: I got to get back to my chores. Thank you, Jamie. I love it.

Jamie: It's my pleasure.

Sharlene: You know, excuse me for just a second. Josie, I'd like to talk to you. I'd like to know what went on here last night. Your uncle Jason says Matthew was here.

Josie: We had noodle casserole.

Sharlene: That's it?

Josie: You should talk. You're the one that got home late.

Sharlene: I was working.

Josie: With John?

Sharlene: Yes, with John.

Josie: Till midnight?

Sharlene: Well, I -- I would like to know how you knew it was midnight.

Josie: I heard you come in, mama.

Sharlene: We lost track of the time, Josie.

Josie: Mm-hmm. I've heard that one before.

Sharlene: That kid.

Jamie: I think she's terrific.

Sharlene: She has got a terrific mouth on her, I'll tell you that much.

Jamie: Oh, she knows you pretty well.

Sharlene: Yes, she does. All we've had is each other.

Jamie: And you seem to have done all right.

Sharlene: Oh. You know, for so long, Jamie, all I've wanted to do is make Josie happy. And lately, I find myself thinking about me, what would make me happy.

Jamie: Well, what's wrong with that?

Sharlene: I just hope that Josie doesn't think it's selfish.

Jamie: You have a right to be happy, too, and besides, she's not a little girl anymore.

Sharlene: She's my little girl.

Jamie: Well, it doesn't mean you have to sacrifice your whole life.

Sharlene: You start putting yourself ahead of your child once in a while even though you know it's the right thing to do, and something just gnaws at you, Jamie.

Jamie: Sharlene, you can't be there all the time. Nobody can. You're a good mother.

Sharlene: You just wait. You wait until your child is born, and you'll see it's not so easy.

Jamie: Hmm.

Mac: Iris, don't you understand? Jason tried to ruin our family!

Iris: But I don't think he'd dare to try to do anything now.

Mac: A leopard doesn't change his spots.

Iris: Well, I may not be a leopard, but I did, I changed.

Mac: Well, surely there's no comparison between you and Jason.

Iris: Oh. That's it, then. You don't want him to have any participation in this?

Mac: That's it.

Iris: Very well.

Mac: You'll cancel whatever deal you were making with him?

Iris: I'll try. It might take some doing.

Mac: Whatever it takes, Iris.

[Phone rings]

Mac: Mac Cory. What? No. Well, thank you. I don't believe it.

Iris: Daddy, what's wrong?

Mac: You're the second person that's come to me today in behalf of Jason Frame.

Iris: Well, who was the other one?

Mac: Matthew.

Iris: What did he want?

Mac: For me to drop charges against Jason, but it's too late. That was Judge Virgilís clerk. They've already been dropped.

Iris: Really?

Mac: Who could have manipulated that? Who could have pulled the strings to get Jason off?

Man: Un moment. Oui? Yes?

Felicia: Oh. Hello. I'm sure you probably don't remember me.

Oliver: Ay. If I did not remember you, I would be a disgrace to my trade and my calling. Felicia gallant! What a surprise to see you. Oh.

Felicia: Oh.

Oliver: For you.

Felicia: Thank you.

Oliver: Yes?

Felicia: Oliver, may I come in?

Josie: Mama?

Sharlene: Hi, honey.

Josie: What are you doing?

Sharlene: Just sitting.

Josie: That's not like you.

Sharlene: Well, maybe I'm changing.

Josie: What are you thinking about?

Sharlene: Nothing.

Josie: Come on, mama. It's me, your daughter? We used to talk about things, remember?

Sharlene: I gave some advice to a friend, and I'm just wondering if he took it.

[Children chant]

[Gunfire]

[Chanting]

[Gunfire]

[Chanting]

Oliver: Well, hello. Can I offer you anything?

Felicia: Oh, no, no, nothing. Thank you.

Oliver: Oh, it is such a pleasure and surprise to see you again.

Felicia: Well, I was very excited when I saw that you were appearing here.

Oliver: Yeah, well, I have never played Bay City before.

Felicia: Well, I know they're going to be crazy for you. I mean, look, someone has already sent you these wonderful balloons.

Oliver: Yes, aren't they lovely? And, of course, I apparently have some fans, and if all of my fans were like yourself, then I would be sitting pretty, as they say. You certainly were among my most extraordinary subjects, huh?

Felicia: I was? I mean, really, I was?

Oliver: Oh, incroyable. It means "incredible."

Felicia: Oh.

Oliver: Yeah.

Felicia: Oliver?

Oliver: Hmm?

Felicia: You're not going to believe this, but I would like you to hypnotize me again.

Oliver: Uh -- why?

Felicia: Well, it's research for a new book that I'm working on.

Oliver: Oh, I see, but how can you do research when you are under hypnosis?

Felicia: Actually, that's what I want to find out.

Oliver: Oh, I am afraid I don't understand.

Felicia: Well, it's sort of the way that I write. I like to experience everything that my heroine experiences when I'm writing about her.

Oliver: I see, so in -- oh, don't tell me. In "passions progress" --

Felicia: Yes.

Oliver: Yeah? Well, when the pirates capture the girl and try to --

Felicia: Oh, well,

Almost everything.

[Oliver laughs]

Felicia: Please. Could you do this little favor for me? Just put me under again?

Oliver: Yeah, well, I -- all right, for you.

Felicia: Oh.

Oliver: And you come back after the show tonight --

Felicia: No, no, no.

Oliver: And I --

Felicia: Not tonight. I was sort of hoping we could do it now.

Oliver: What -- now, here?

Felicia: Yes. Look, it would be such a help to me. I would be very grateful. Please.

Oliver: Well, for you, anything.

Felicia: Thank you. You're a doll.

[Oliver laughs]

Felicia: Sit right here?

Oliver: Yes -- if you can be comfortable there.

Felicia: Thank you.

Oliver: Not a straight back --

Felicia: Take my hat off.

Oliver: But relax --

Felicia: All right.

Oliver: And now you remember the watch?

Felicia: Yes.

Oliver: The watch part of this? See, we must regard the watch and try and relax and --

Felicia: Ok.

Oliver: And notice how the little bits of light play on the back of the watch and on the front of the watch, thousands of them. Little points of light, huh, and you are relaxing. Yeah.

Felicia: Do you know you're 10 minutes slow?

Oliver: I'm sorry?

Felicia: The watch -- look, it's 10 minutes slow.

Oliver: Oh --

Felicia: You see?

Oliver: Hmm. Well, I -- there.

Felicia: Oh, fine.

Oliver: You sure you want to do this now?

Felicia: Positive, yes.

Oliver: Well, then, why are you resisting?

Felicia: Am I?

Oliver: Yes.

Felicia: Oh. Well, I don't mean to, I don't think.

Oliver: Ok.

Felicia: Why don't we just start again, shall we?

Oliver: Yes, and if it doesn't work this time, well --

Felicia: It will. I'm positive it will.

Oliver: Well, perhaps if you'd think of it not so much as serious, but as merely a trick, huh?

Felicia: Oh, yes, I know that.

Oliver: And relax.

Felicia: I'm not treating it as something serious at all.

Oliver: Oh, you are laughing and --

Felicia: You see? Yes.

Oliver: So relax and --

Felicia: Ok.

Oliver: Here we go.

Felicia: Here we go.

Rick: I really like her, more than I liked anyone in such a long time.

Lisa: Great, great. I'm really happy for you. Now, I just have to get to work.

Rick: What's wrong with you?

Lisa: I'm depressed. Can't you tell? I'm feeling sorry for myself. I can't be happy for other people.

Rick: I'm sorry.

Lisa: I'm sorry. Just don't even listen to me.

Rick: Oh, I never do.

Lisa: I really envy you and Julie Ann. I can't remember when things were so uncomplicated for me and Jamie.

Rick: Lisa, I know what you're going through.

Lisa: I don't think you do.

Rick: Yeah, well, listen, a couple of years ago, I almost got married. Oh, yeah, yeah. We had everything arranged, right -- right down to the flowers, and we had everyone we knew invited -- everyone.

Lisa: What happened?

Rick: The bride-to-be had a change of heart.

Lisa: Why?

Rick: I never knew.

Lisa: You didn't ask?

Rick: I never saw her again. I guess she couldn't face me.

Lisa: So, why are you telling me this?

Rick: Because back then I didn't know what the problem was. I still don't, and that's what made it so impossible. But, Lisa, at least you know what you're dealing with. At least there's hope.

Lisa: I love him so much, Rick. I love him so much it's killing me. I thought I could fight. I thought my love for him would be enough. If I were smart, you know, I'd walk away. But I canít. I just -- I canít.

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