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Another World Transcript Friday 10/29/04
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Provided by Boo
Proofread by Daniel
Evan: What is it?
Caroline: Special delivery.
Evan: What? Special delivery? Oh.
Caroline: I see you've been expecting me.
Evan: Well, would I be getting dressed if I were?
Caroline: Not if I had any say in the matter, and I usually do.
Evan: Oh, Caroline, don't tempt me.
Caroline: It'd be a first if I couldn't.
Evan: Well, see, I've got a business meeting today.
Caroline: It's after 5:00, and it's Thanksgiving Eve.
Evan: Well, I know that, but I have to go meet Sam Fowler.
Evan: Yes. Yeah, I have some, you know, business I have to finish up with "Brava," end-of-the-month report.
Caroline: It can wait.
Evan: Well, I thought you Australians, you don't celebrate Thanksgiving.
Caroline: When in Rome -- anyway, I want to give you something to be truly thankful for.
Evan: Like what?
Caroline: A proposition.
Evan: Oh, really?
Evan: Like -- well, let me hear it.
Amanda: Oh, no. Oh. It is cold out there.
Sam: Amanda, what are you doing here?
Amanda: Well, thanks a lot. How do you like that, Alli, huh? We struggled through all this cold to bring your daddy a nice, warm dinner, and this is the response we get. Hmm.
Sam: Hi, you. How you doing?
Amanda: How's the work going?
Sam: Well, I don't know. I don't know how I'm going to get finished in time for the show.
Amanda: Oh, you will.
Sam: Uh -- Amanda -- look, I'm not really that hungry right now.
Amanda: Oh, this is light. I don't want to spoil you for Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow.
Sam: Well, no. Actually, Amanda, I -- I'd kind of like to finish the painting.
Amanda: You know what? Thanksgiving! This is Alli's first Thanksgiving!
Amanda: Did you get the film?
Sam: Film -- no, I didn't. I didn't have time.
Amanda: That's all right. We'll get it later, before the stores close. Sit down.
Sam: Look, Amanda, I'm really under the gun here.
Amanda: Sam, you can take time-out to have dinner with your family. Can't you?
Rick: Ooh, it's a plot.
Rick: Every holiday weekend without fail, just when I'm trying to get out of here, something always comes up.
Lisa: Rough day?
Rick: "Rough" would be easy. Fortunately, it is almost over.
Lisa: You sound like you need to relax.
Rick: Yeah, well, you can say that again.
Lisa: I was thinking of going to a movie tonight.
Rick: Oh, yeah? Which one?
Lisa: There's a revival of "Brief Encounter" at the Criterion.
Rick: Gee, I wonder if Julie Ann would want to see that. We got a date tonight.
Lisa: Oh. What about you, Courtney? You want to go to the movies?
Courtney: Oh, I'm sorry. I've got plans. But doesn't Jamie want to see it?
Lisa: I don't know.
Courtney: Oh, he's on duty tonight, right? What are you winking at me for?
Lisa: Jamie and I broke up.
Courtney: Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't know.
Lisa: Oh -- excuse me. I've got something coming in.
Courtney: I am so sorry, Lisa. I didn't know --
Rick: You look like you need some coffee.
Courtney: I do?
Courtney: Oh. Right, yeah. I do need coffee.
Lisa: Damn you, Jamie!
Lisa: Oh. Hi.
Felicia: Oh, honey.
Lisa: I was just looking in this drawer and I found this picture. I'm so tired of feeling bad.
Felicia: Honey, you and Jamie just broke up.
Lisa: I keep telling myself I shouldn't act this way, you know, and I think about never being with him again.
Felicia: You know, you can't just put him out of your mind in an instant. You've been together a long time. Don't forget that.
Lisa: You know, I was remembering last Thanksgiving. We were so happy.
Felicia: Well, you know what? I thought you might be, so I would like you to spend Thanksgiving with Mitch and me, ok?
Lisa: You're going to the Cory's.
Felicia: No, no. No, we're not. It would be just you and me and Mitch and we'd spend a nice, quiet day together.
Lisa: No, I don't want you to change your plans because of me.
Felicia: Honey, we want you to be with us.
Felicia: Lisa, now, listen to me. I don't want you to be alone.
Lisa: I won't be. I'm -- I volunteered to work.
Felicia: Here? You're going to work on Thanksgiving?
Lisa: Yeah. There are a lot of people here who have families and they should be with them.
Felicia: Lisa, you have a family, too.
Lisa: Felicia, I know. I -- listen, you mean so much to me, but I -- I just am not feeling like I'm in a holiday mood, you know.
Felicia: Oh, honey. I feel so bad for you. I just don't know what to do for you.
Lisa: I'll be all right.
Felicia: You're right. Of course, you will. That is if Jamie will just give you a chance.
Lisa: What does that mean?
Felicia: Oh, I don't know. It's just all this stuff with Vicky, I --
Lisa: He was trying to do the right thing.
Felicia: Yeah, but for whom?
Lisa: Felicia, Jamie's hurting as much as I am. We love each other. We just decided with all of the pressure -- Jamie and I had something very beautiful, and we decided we'd rather end it than see it die.
Felicia: Is that really what happened?
Felicia: Oh. Hey, come on. Are you positive you can't have Thanksgiving with me and Mitch?
Lisa: I can't.
Lisa: There's something you could do for me, though.
Felicia: Name it.
Lisa: You could go to the movies with me tonight -- I can't face my apartment yet -- if you and Mitch don't have any plans.
Felicia: It's ok. I can change whatever plans I have.
Lisa: Oh, no, no, no, no, no.
Felicia: Oh, no.
Lisa: Forget it, forget it!
Felicia: Honey, I will change them.
Lisa: Felicia, it's ok. No, you don't have to do that. I'm fine.
Felicia: And what will you do?
Lisa: I'll go to the movies.
Lisa: Yeah. I'm going to have to get used to it, right?
Caroline: Yeah, I mean, do you have to see Sam Fowler tonight?
Evan: I told you that it cannot wait.
Caroline: Don't you even want to hear my proposition?
Evan: Yes and no.
Caroline: Please explain.
Evan: Ok. Yes, because all your propositions are irresistible, and no for the same reason.
Caroline: Well, you're certainly not going to be able to resist this.
Evan: All right. Let's see --I'll try to make you pay me.
Caroline: Oh. Ok. You want to hear the proposition?
Evan: Make it fast.
Caroline: Right. New York hotel --
Caroline: To see the Thanksgiving parade, ok?
Caroline: Lovely and quaint --
Caroline: And you and I sitting up in bed watching the parade.
Evan: With that big Mickey Mouse peering in the window? Nah, I don't think so.
Caroline: We'll shut the blinds for four days and four nights.
Evan: Well, that sounds kind of wonderful. but I think I happen to have to work all weekend. Sorry.
Sam: Sure. I have time to have dinner with you guys, yeah. So is it ready yet?
Amanda: Well, yeah. It's just cold cuts, and I brought some nice, warm soup. Which do you want first? Sam?
Sam: Hmm? What?
Sam: For what?
Amanda: You really want to work, don't you?
Sam: No, hey, come on. I wouldn't be doing anything else right now.
Amanda: Mm-hmm. You know what? Your daddy's nose is going to grow. Yes, it is. Look at it. Look.
Sam: Ok. So I'm pressed for time and I'm behind and I've finally gotten to this painting.
Amanda: It's all right, it's all right.
Sam: They give me trouble and --
Amanda: I understand.
Amanda: One request?
Amanda: The loft has been really lonely without you. Is it all right if Alli and I kind of hang out here for a while?
Sam: Oh -- an
[As Alli] Yes, please.
Sam: Ok. I want you here, too.
Amanda: [Normal voice] Ok. Alli, come on. We are going to be very good and we are going to be very quiet. Daddy has got to work. Ok?
Sam: Hi, Alli. Amanda, is it my imagination or is she staring at me?
Amanda: She's watching you paint.
Sam: She's watching me --. Alright, kiddo. Do you want to watch your daddy paint? Yeah. I guess you do. Well, then, come here. Can I get rid of this?
Amanda: Yeah. Go ahead.
Sam: Come here, Alli. Come watch your daddy paint -- whoop.
Amanda: We got it.
Sam: There you go.
Amanda: I thought you were busy, huh?
Sam: Well, the kid -- you know, she's interested.
Sam: Uh-huh. Look, so you want to paint? Here. Put your little hand around this. Put your -- come here. Give me your hand. Ok? Put your little hand around this. There you go. Now go to it. No one's going to notice the difference.
Amanda: Sam, don't let her ruin your painting.
Sam: Oh, are you kidding? It looks better already.
Sam: We got a little Rembrandt in the making here.
Amanda: Well, she takes after her daddy.
Sam: Yeah, well, I'm lucky to have her. I'll get that off.
Amanda: Is it clean?
Sam: Yeah, it's clean enough.
Sam: All right. Well, anyway, she looks sleepy.
Amanda: You know, if I gave her a bottle, she'd probably go right to sleep.
Sam: Well, great. Let's set her down here. Let's just put you right down there, put you right down there like that.
Sam: Yeah, do you have that? It got cold in here all of a sudden.
Amanda: It's in the bag.
Sam: There you go, Alli.
Sam: Put that with it?
Sam: There we go.
Sam: All right. So you might see your first snowfall, huh?
Amanda: And it's her first Thanksgiving.
Sam: Yeah. The holidays are going to be so much fun with her.
Amanda: Well, they're made for kids, anyway.
Sam: Yeah. Besides that fact, every day with this one is a holiday. Look at that face. Oh.
Amanda: All right, get back to work.
Sam: What? Ok. Right.
Amanda: Can I look?
Sam: Uh -- sure. Sure, why not? It's not done yet.
Amanda: I know.
Sam: I'm going to change the background a little bit. It might lighten it up.
Amanda: Alli likes it
Sam: Well, I mean, right ye-- yeah, and your biased so-
Amanda: You asked me.
Sam: Well, let's hope Caroline likes it.
Amanda: I think that Caroline would count her lucky stars with you as a client.
Sam: And I know that I thank my lucky stars every time I look at my wife.
Felicia: Now, look, if you change your mind and you feel like spending Thanksgiving with Mitch and me, you call. You will?
Lisa: I will
Julie Ann: Hi, Felicia.
Lisa: Hi, Julie Ann.
Julie Ann: I haven't seen you in a while.
Felicia: How are you, Julie Ann?
Julie Ann: Terrific.
Lisa: You're in a good mood.
Julie Ann: Well, why not with a four-day holiday in front of me.
Lisa: And your date with Rick?
Julie Ann: Yeah. So what are you and Jamie doing?
Lisa: Uh --
Julie Ann: Did I say something wrong?
Lisa: Jamie and I broke up.
Julie Ann: Oh, Lisa, I'm sorry. When?
Lisa: That's ok.
Felicia: Listen, you think you could walk me to my car?
Lisa: Sure, sure.
Felicia: Ok, great. Julie Ann It's nice to see you.
Julie Ann: Happy Thanksgiving.
Felicia: Come on, honey.
Rick: Oh, you're here. Look, it's been crazy here, but I'll be ready in a second and we can go. Have you seen Lisa?
Julie Ann: Yeah. She walked Felicia to her car. Why didn't you tell me that she and Jamie broke up?
Rick: Well, I just found out myself.
Julie Ann: I feel terrible. I asked them what they were doing for Thanksgiving.
Rick: Oh, yeah. Well, Courtney did the same thing. I guess a lot of people will for a while.
Julie Ann: Poor Lisa. I like Jamie, but, I mean, he's put her through so much in the last couple of months.
Rick: Yeah, I know what you mean, you ready?
Julie Ann: What are we doing?
Rick: How about the movies?
Julie Ann: Love them.
Rick: "Brief encounter"?
Julie Ann: Trevor Howard -- oh -- and Celia Johnson?
Rick: Good girl.
Julie Ann: Oh. And afterwards, we'll go for sushi.
Rick: You must have read my mind.
Julie Ann: Oh, I try, you know?
Rick: Yeah? Well, it's a good sign if you really are.
Courtney: Um -- Delaney wants to see you.
Courtney: On the double.
Rick: I don't believe that guy. I really got to see him.
Julie Ann: Should I wait?
Rick: Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. It will only take a second. I'll be right back, ok?
Julie Ann: Don't tell me you have to work late.
Courtney: So, you and Rick have another date?
Julie Ann: Yep.
Courtney: You two have been seeing a lot of each other.
Julie Ann: Well, we've just gone out a couple of times.
Courtney: Just be careful.
Julie Ann: We're friends, Courtney, good friends.
Nicole: Excuse me.
Attendant: Can I help you?
Nicole: Yes. Are we going to be landing on time?
Attendant: We should. There's some snowfall in the area, but we should get in ahead of it.
Nicole: Oh, good. I'm anxious to get home.
Attendant: Planning a big dinner tomorrow?
Nicole: Nope -- turkey for two with my fiancé.
Attendant: Sounds nice.
Nicole: He doesn't know I'm coming in tonight.
Attendant: Surprising him, are you?
Attendant: Well, have a glass of champagne and relax.
Nicole: Ok. Thank you.
Cass: Thank you! Hey, it's all set!
Liz: What is?
Cass: I'm going!
Cass: Tonight! Isn't that great?
Liz: Oh, Nicole must be so thrilled.
Cass: Well, she doesn't know. I'm going to surprise her.
Liz: Well, when did you decide to fly to Paris?
Cass: 20 minutes ago.
Liz: Oh, you are such a nut!
Cass: Thank you.
Liz: No wonder Nicole loves you so much.
Cass: Got to pack!
Cass: Whoo! Whoo!
Liz: Oh, Ms. Stafford.
Caroline: Yes, Mrs. Matthews. Is Cass around?
Liz: He's upstairs.
Caroline: Well, I'd like to see him.
Liz: I'm afraid he won't have the time. He's flying to Paris.
Liz: Yes. He wanted to surprise Nicole. That's the way things go when you're very much in love, you know?
Caroline: I suppose.
Cass: Liz, call me a cab!
Cass: You're a comedian. Thank you very much.
Cass: Hi. What are you doing here?
Caroline: Well, I've got a letter from the zoning commission for my gallery.
Cass: Oh, no. Can it wait? I'm on my way to Paris.
Caroline: Of course.
Caroline: I can drive you there.
Cass: Oh, thank you. I'm going to take a cab. How's that cab going, Liz?
Caroline: No cabs for 45 minutes.
Cass: 45 minutes? My flight is leaving in 45 minutes.
Caroline: Must be the snow.
Cass: It's snowing?
Caroline: It just started.
Cass: I got to get out there fast.
Caroline: Well, my offer's still open.
Cass: Caroline, I have to get straight to the airport.
Caroline: And where else would I be taking you?
Cass: Well, what choice do I have? Ok. Just let me get my bags.
Courtney: So, where's Rick taking you?
Julie Ann: A movie. Do you have something against movies?
Julie Ann: I told you, Courtney, we're just friends.
Courtney: So you keep saying.
Julie Ann: Because it's true.
Courtney: Oh, come on, Julie Ann. You don't believe that any more than I do.
Julie Ann: Ok, ok. So maybe we're more than friends. So what?
Courtney: So, you are black and he is white.
Julie Ann: And?
Courtney: And this could be a very big problem.
Julie Ann: Oh, come on, Courtney. People don't care about those things anymore.
Courtney: You have -- you are really kidding yourself if you believe that.
Julie Ann: I don't care what people think.
Courtney: Well, have you and Rick at least talked about it?
Julie Ann: No.
Courtney: You should.
Julie Ann: Why? It's not an issue between the two of us.
Courtney: It will be.
Julie Ann: Maybe I have -- I'm a little more optimistic about people than you are.
Courtney: Julie Ann, I just don't want to see you getting hurt.
Julie Ann: This conversation, this is hurting me.
Courtney: Oh, come on in, John.
John: Hi, Julie ann. Courtney, I hope I'm not too late. Zack sent me over. He said he might be able to help me.
Courtney: How can I help you?
John: I need a traffic permit to block off some space in front of the art gallery I'm renovating.
Courtney: Oh, sure. All you have to do is, like, fill out a form.
Lisa: Hi, john.
John: Hi, Lisa.
Julie Ann: Oh, excuse me.
Lisa: It's ok. I'm just getting ready to leave.
Julie Ann: Lisa, listen, I'm really sorry about what I said.
Lisa: Oh, it's ok --
Julie Ann: I didn't know that you and Jamie --
Lisa: It's ok, Julie Ann, really.
Rick: Sorry that took so long, but I'm free to go. You ready?
Julie Ann: Um -- yeah.
Rick: Huh? Oh, say, Lisa -- you want to come to the movie with us? I mean, really.
Lisa: No, no --
Rick: Come on with us. It'll be fun.
Lisa: No, thanks, really.
Julie Ann: It'll be fun, really.
Lisa: It's ok, you guys. Go on your date.
Julie Ann: Ok.
Rick: Ok. Happy Thanksgiving.
Julie Ann: Happy Thanksgiving, everyone.
Rick: Hey, have a good one.
John: So long.
Courtney: So I'm going to just file this and you'll be all set.
John: Thanks a lot.
John: Well, the old holidays are on us again, aren't they?
Lisa: Yeah, right -- the old holidays.
John: I thought that I was the only scrooge in Bay City.
Lisa: I'm not looking forward to them this year.
Lisa: Jamie and I broke up.
John: Because of my niece?
John: I'm sorry, Lisa. I really am.
Lisa: Oh, well, you know the situation. I think it's best for everybody. At least that's what I keep telling myself.
John: Yeah. Well, I better get going. You take care of yourself.
Lisa: John -- do you have any plans for tonight?
Lisa: Would you like to go to a movie?
Lisa: You would?
John: Yeah, yeah -- well, as long as it's not "Miracle on 34th Street."
Lisa: Oh, no way, no way.
John: Or "A Christmas Carol."
Lisa: Oh, no. I promise.
John: Because guys like you and me -- I mean, we don't need that kind of garbage, right?
John: You think "Bambi's" playing anywhere?
Attendant: Your seat belt, miss Love?
Nicole: Oh, right. Well, are we landing soon?
Attendant: Very shortly.
Nicole: I was daydreaming.
Attendant: I hope you have a very romantic holiday with your fiancé.
Nicole: Oh, thank you. It won't be long now.
Caroline: It's really coming down.
Cass: Can you drive any faster?
Caroline: Cass, see that white stuff? It's called snow, and it's slippery.
Cass: And I'm going to be late for my flight unless you step on the gas.
Caroline: If there is a flight.
Cass: Why shouldn't there be?
Caroline: They're not going to take off in this weather.
Cass: What are you, an air-traffic controller?
Caroline: You know what I think we should do?
Cass: Drive faster.
Caroline: Turn around.
Caroline: Look, we could go to my place, light a fire, have a couple of brandies. What's the snow for? Doesn't that sound nice?
Cass: You little devil -- I knew you couldn't be trusted.
[Cass turns on radio and changes stations]
Announcer: As the snow continues to accumulate, holiday travelers are advised that the airport is still open and --
Caroline: Persistent soul, aren't we?
Cass: Me? Lady, you invented the word.
Sam: Evan, look, I finished that layout before I left "Brava."
Evan: Well, unfortunately, the advertisers wanted the changes.
Sam: Well, unfortunately, I don't work there anymore.
Evan: But they specifically asked for you. They said they wanted the best.
Amanda: Well, you have to admit, the man does have good taste.
Evan: We pay top dollar.
Sam: Well, look, I couldn't get to it till after the weekend's over.
Evan: That's fine.
Sam: Yeah, I'm kind of swamped with this show coming up.
Evan: Well, is this one of your new?
Sam: Yeah. It's not --
Evan: Oh, this is --
Sam: Yeah, it's got a long way to go.
Evan: No, this is great. I like it.
Sam: Well, thank you. Well, I'll finish it if I work around the clock.
Evan: You'll do it.
Sam: Yeah. Ooh, speaking of which, I've got to go get some clip-on lamps out of the car. I'll be right back. Excuse me.
Evan: Be careful out there. It's icy.
Amanda: Ok? Let's do that. All right. No gloves for you.
Amanda: There you go. Hey, what are you doing? Wow, it's really starting to snow, huh?
Evan: Yeah, it's really coming down.
Amanda: Sam's work is getting a lot better.
Evan: What? Oh. Yeah, he's got a lot of talent.
Amanda: And this one's one of my favorites. Don't you just love the eyes?
Evan: Yeah, I do.
Amanda: And the light, the way it just kind of seems to come from -- why are you staring at me?
Evan: Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't realize.
Amanda: Why? What is it? Do I have dirt on my nose or something?
Evan: No, no, not at all. I was just -- I was just thinking about the way you looked the other night.
Evan: When you came into "Brava" to fix the article.
Amanda: Oh. Right. Sam and I were going out that night.
Evan: You looked terrific.
Amanda: Well, I guess I look like kind of a slob now, huh?
Evan: No, I'm not talking about the way you're dressed.
Amanda: Look, Evan -- Alli? She's turning blue. Oh, my God, she's choking! Alli! Alli!
Evan: No, no, no --
Amanda: Alli, oh, my God! Alli!
Evan: Get back.
Amanda: Evan, what are you doing? Evan? Evan, what are you doing to my baby? Evan! Evan! Evan, what are you doing? Is she all right?
Evan: Oh! Oh, she's ok now.
Amanda: My baby. Alli? Alli? Oh. Alli, are you all right now?
Evan: She's fine. It just looks like she was choking on this.
Amanda: She couldn't breathe! Why did I leave her alone? Oh, Alli! I'm sorry.
Evan: She's ok now.
Amanda: I'm sorry.
Evan: She's ok.
Amanda: What did you do? How did you help her?
Evan: I used the infant Heimlich maneuver.
Amanda: A button?
Amanda: She swallowed a whole button. How did --
Evan: Who knows?
Amanda: How could she even get a hold of this?
Evan: I don't know. It looks like it came from the sofa. Shh.
Amanda: Oh, Alli. Oh, Alli.
Evan: Hey, it's over now.
Amanda: She couldn't breathe. I mean --
Evan: It's over now. It's ok.
Amanda: If you hadn't been here --
Evan: Hey, it's all right. Relax! It's ok.
Amanda: Shh, shh.
Amanda: It's ok. It's ok.
Sam: Hey, what's going on?
Amanda: Sam, the baby --
Sam: Well, what happened? What happened? What's the matter, honey?
Amanda: She almost just choked to death. Evan saved her life.
Sam: Shh. Shh, shh.
Lisa: Oh, boy. It's really coming down out there now.
John: Oh, it's great.
Lisa: Ooh, it's just like Christmas.
John: Come on. Let's get in and get some seats.
Lisa: I'll get the popcorn, ok?
John: Oh, yeah, yeah. Here, I got --
Lisa: No, no, no, no. It's on me. You got the tickets. I'll get the popcorn.
John: Oh, is that how it works?
Lisa: That's how it works. Small, medium, or large?
John: Better make it a small.
Lisa: What are you, un-American? Large with extra butter?
John: Oh, come on! Extra butter -- I'll have cholesterol in my cholesterol.
Lisa: Oh, I know, I know, I know! It's great, it's great.
John: Where do you want to sit -- left, right, center?
John: In the middle.
Lisa: Hi. I'll have two large popcorns with extra butter. Oh.
Lisa: Jamie. Oh, I'm sorry. I thought you were someone I used to know. Thank you.
Lisa: I know -- ok, ok.
John: It's starting. Hey, what's wrong?
Lisa: Nothing. No. Let's go. I don't want to miss the previews.
Oliver's voice: Thank you.
Felicia's voice: Oh, by the way, the balloons are really fabulous.
Oliver's voice: Oh, yes. Ok, well, let's not think about the balloons now, eh?
Felicia's voice: Oh, right. I'm sorry. I'm going to concentrate. You know, I really do want this to work.
Oliver's voice: Yeah.
Felicia's voice: You see, the last time you hypnotized me, I went -- well, I went into my past.
Oliver's voice: Yes, I remember. You drifted back into your childhood. It was quite entertaining.
Felicia's voice: Yeah, so I'm told.
Felicia: Not yet. Not yet.
Nicole: Hi, Liz.
Liz: Hi, Nicole. Nicole!
Liz: Nicole, what in the world --
Nicole: Shh, shh, shh.
Liz: Why aren't you in Paris?
Nicole: I wanted to surprise Cass.
Nicole: I'm just lucky my plane was able to land in this weather. It's awful out there. Where is he?
Liz: Oh, no.
Nicole: He's gone out?
Liz: I can't believe this. I just can't believe this!
Nicole: What's wrong?
Nicole: Well, something's happened to him?
Nicole: Well, what is it? Tell me.
Liz: He's on his way to Paris.
Liz: He wanted to surprise you!
Nicole: What? What a stupid idea!
Liz: You missed him by one hour.
Nicole: Maybe I can call the airport.
Liz: No, his flight was scheduled for 6:30.
Nicole: Oh, I don't believe it! I come all this way and he's --
Felicia: Liz, hi. Listen, have you seen Cass? I -- Nicole. Ok, what -- why aren't you in Paris?
Nicole: I ought to be.
Liz: She flew in to surprise Cass.
Felicia: Oh, how romantic. Where is he?
Nicole: He flew out to surprise me.
Felicia: You missed each other that much?
Nicole: I can't believe it.
Liz: Oh, if only you'd called.
Nicole: Oh, please, Liz.
Felicia: You know what this is like? This is like my novel, "Transatlantic Turmoil." You remember it, Liz?
Nicole: Oh, why did he do it? Why did I do it?
Felicia: Honey, now, listen, I know it's terribly ironic, but just think about it, just for a moment. Two lovers, separated by an ocean, yearning to see one another, yearning and burning?
Nicole: Don't remind me about burning and yearning.
Felicia: Each desperately needing to see each other --
Liz: Both deciding to fly to the other.
Felicia: Planes passing in the night.
Liz: Cass there, Nicole here.
Nicole: Yearning and burning. Oh, damn him. Why can't he tell me when he's going to surprise me?
Caroline: I told you they were going to cancel your flight.
Cass: Say that again, Caroline.
Cass: Tell me that you told me that they were going to cancel my flight.
Cass: Because if you tell me that one more time, I will be perfectly within my rights to slug you.
Caroline: God, getting a bit nasty, aren't we?
Cass: Oh, but you make it so easy. Will you look out!
Caroline: Ah --
Cass: Are you blind? You almost hit the divider!
Caroline: It's not easy to see in this snow.
Cass: We drive on the right side of the road in this country. I should have gone last night. I knew I should have gone last night! Look, there's a sign for a diner, I think, out front. Let's -- let's pull off until this lets up, ok?
Caroline: Oh, I don't think it's going to let up.
Cass: Will you just pull off, please?
Caroline: The side roads are going to be worse.
Cass: Are all Australian women this stubborn, or did I just get stuck with the only one?
Caroline: Right. You want to turn off? Fine, we'll turn off. Where?
Cass: There. You know, Caroline, I think the diner is to the right.
Caroline: That's not a road!
Cass: Will you just do what I say, please? Will you please turn to the right, please?
Caroline: I can't --
Cass: What happened?
Caroline: I did what you said. Seems like your diner turned into a ditch.
Cass: Just stick it in reverse, would you, please?
Caroline: Any more bright ideas?
Cass: Oh. Uh.
Julie Ann: Oh, that was wonderful.
Rick: Oh, yeah. They don't make movies like that anymore. Ah.
Julie Ann: I'm surprised you liked it.
Julie Ann: I don't know. Most guys -- you know, they don't go in for that mushy, romantic stuff.
Rick: Well, I guess underneath my macho, tough-guy exterior there lies a mushy, romantic heart.
Julie Ann: It's beautiful.
Rick: You're not afraid of a little snow, are you?
Julie Ann: Well, let's go.
Julie Ann: I'm sorry.
Rick: It's all right. Forget about it.
Julie Ann: I just can't stop crying.
Rick: Well, I would have cried, too, but you hogged all the tissues.
Julie Ann: Well, it was just so sad, you know? They loved each other so much.
John: Why don't we just sit down over here for a few minutes until you get yourself together.
John: Well, it is really snowing out there.
Lisa: Oh, I'm sorry.
John: Well, you didn't make it snow.
Lisa: Well, actually -- I mean, for all the crying and everybody was staring at us and --
John: Well, a movie about two people breaking up, we might have chosen something better.
Lisa: Yeah, I guess I should stick to cartoons.
John: Yeah, I told you -- me, too. We should have gone to see "Bambi." Lisa, I -- I really am sorry about you and Jamie.
Lisa: Oh, thanks.
John: I -- I haven't been too hot in the romance department myself.
Lisa: I don't understand why. I mean, you're a reasonably good-looking guy.
John: Well, thank you.
Lisa: And you're very polite.
John: Oh, well, don't get carried away.
Lisa: Oh, I can't imagine that I'll be getting involved with anyone for a very long time. It's too complicated.
John: Yeah, I thought so, too, until I met --
Lisa: Who? Tell me.
John: Oh. Well, there's -- there's somebody that I am interested in -- well, you know, it's so risky, especially after Chris --
Lisa: Yeah, I know. I can't see myself with anyone besides Jamie.
John: That snow is really starting to come down now.
Lisa: Yeah. It sure is.
John: Lisa, did you ever make an angel in the snow?
Lisa: You mean, like when you fall backwards and you move your arms --
Lisa: And legs up and down?
John: Yeah, like that.
Lisa: Yeah, I haven't done anything that silly in a long time.
John: Nah, me, either.
Sam: The pediatrician said that she doesn't need to see her tonight, but we should bring her in tomorrow morning.
Amanda: Ok. I think she's all right now.
Sam: We should have checked that couch.
Amanda: I was the one that left her there on the couch alone.
Sam: Hey, nothing --
Amanda: When I think about what could have happened, I mean --
Evan: Nothing happened.
Sam: She could have choked to death.
Evan: And she's fine now.
Amanda: Thanks to you.
Sam: What did you do, anyway?
Evan: I used the infant Heimlich maneuver.
Amanda: Like they use on adults?
Evan: Well, it's the same theory, but it's performed a little differently on a baby under a year.
Sam: Well, how do you know it?
Amanda: Maybe you could teach us. I think we ought to know.
Evan: Well, I think it would be better if your doctor showed you. You're going to see her tomorrow, right?
Sam and Amanda: Yeah.
Sam: That's a good idea.
Amanda: I think every parent should learn that. Kids are always putting things in their mouths.
Sam: You didn't tell us how you learned that.
Evan: I think I probably just saw it on a talk show one time. Anyway, I really ought to be going.
Amanda: Oh, wait. We don't know how to thank you.
Evan: Well, don't worry about it.
Amanda: You saved Alli's life. I'll never forget that.
Sam: Yeah, me, either.
Amanda: Say, what are you doing -- what are your plans for tomorrow?
Evan: I have nothing in stone.
Amanda: Well, why don't you come and have Thanksgiving dinner with us?
Sam: Yeah, sure. That's a good idea.
Amanda: We're all going to be over at my parents' house. They have a big gathering with a turkey and trimmings and everything.
Sam: Yeah. Besides that fact, Ada makes the best pumpkin pie you ever tasted.
Evan: Well, no, no, no. I don't think I want to intrude.
Amanda: It's like you're a member of the family now.
Sam: And don't you want to be there in person when Mac Cory thanks you for what you did?
Evan: All right, then. I guess then I'd love to come. Thank you.
Liz: Feeling any better?
Nicole: Oh, no.
Liz: Poor dear. Cass is probably halfway to Paris by now.
Nicole: Don't remind me.
Liz: You want to spend the night at my place?
Nicole: Oh, no, thanks.
Liz: I'd stay here, but, you know, there's my dog J.J.
Nicole: No, no, no. You go on. I'll be fine.
Liz: I hate for you to be all alone.
Nicole: I don't mind, really.
Liz: Any plans for tomorrow?
Nicole: What? Oh -- Thanksgiving. No. I don't feel very thankful at the moment.
Liz: I'm having a few friends in. You're welcome to join us.
Nicole: We'll see. Good night, Liz.
Liz: Good night, dear.
Nicole: Hey, be careful driving in the snow.
Liz: I will. Happy Thanksgiving.
Nicole: Yeah. You, too.
Caroline: Oh. Oh. Whoo. Oh. Ahem. Well, it looks like we're stuck here till the snowplow arrives.
Caroline: No snow chains.
Cass: Perfect. Terrific.
Caroline: Well, the radio didn't say it was going to be this heavy.
Cass: Do you always believe everything you don't hear on the radio?
Caroline: You look cold.
Cass: I'm not cold. I'm mad. This is how I look when I'm mad.
Caroline: Well, I did find a blanket. Oh.
Cass: Well, can you wrap it around your radials and get me the hell out of here?
Caroline: Yeah, and even if we did have snow chains --
Caroline: Do you know how to put them on?
Cass: I could figure out, sure.
Caroline: Yeah, just like you figured out about the -- the ditch being the diner.
Cass: Well, that was a -- that was a perfectly legitimate mistake.
Caroline: An Australian man could dig us out of here.
Cass: Well, then, why don't you go back to Australia and find one?
Caroline: I can't. An American man has got me stuck in a ditch. Can't take a ribbing, can we?
Cass: Only when I'm warm.
Caroline: Well, here. Is that better? Hmm?
Cass: What do you think you're doing?
Caroline: Exchanging body heat. Oh.
Cass: That's what I thought you were doing. Is this an old Australian custom?
Caroline: Yeah. It is now. By the way, I found this.
Cass: What do you got over there?
Caroline: Oh, God.
Cass: Oh, hey, a mutilated chocolate bar. Wonder-- ooh. With little dust bunnies on it, too. Lovely.
Cass: How did I get so lucky? I suppose you found this on the floor.
Caroline: It was in the trunk.
Cass: A stick of gum, too. Great. I could have been eating canard a la Moutarde on the Champs Élysées, a deux!
Caroline: Use your imagination.
Cass: I can't. It's frozen.
Caroline: Well, look, this is going to have to do for Thanksgiving dinner unless a snowplow arrives. Now, come on. We are just going to make the best of it, don't we, huh? Hmm? Oh. Hmm.
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