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Another World Transcript Thursday 11/25/04

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John: I was thinking that maybe we could have our own party, right here.

Sharlene: Here?

John: Yeah, that is if you don't think it's too cold.

Sharlene: No. All of a sudden, I'm -- I'm not cold at all.

Sam: Don't say things like that unless you mean them.

Amanda: I do mean it. If you can't forgive me for this, then maybe this marriage is over.

[Music plays]

[Cheers and laughter]

Vicky: I want to marry you, Jamie.

Jamie: But I thought you'd made up your mind already.

Vicky: I changed it.

Jamie: Why?

Vicky: I don't know why, but I know I want to marry you, Jamie Frame.

Jamie: Are you sure?

Vicky: Absolutely.

Iris: Excuse me! Ladies and gentlemen, I have just heard the most delicious news, and I want you to be able to share it with me. It seems that magic is in the air tonight. Vicky Hudson has just consented to marry Dr. Jamie Frame.

[Woman screams]

Donna: Oh, they're getting married!

Man: Whoo. Whoo.

[Music plays]

Donna: Oh, she's getting married!

Rachel: They're getting married?

Felicia: I'm going to kill her.

Amanda: What are you doing?

Sam: Getting your attention!

Amanda: Put me down!

Sam: Come here!

Amanda: Do you hear me?

Sam: Come here, ok?

Donna: Oh, Jamie, I am so happy!

Michael: Now, are you sure this is what you want?

Vicky: I am most definitely positive.

Michael: Oh, ok. Do you know how long I have wanted to see the look that you have on your face right now?

Vicky: Oh, thanks, Dad.

Michael: Welcome to the family.

Jamie: Thank you.

Donna: Ooh!

Mac: Vicky?

Vicky: Yes.

Mac: We're so very pleased that you and Jamie could work things out.

Vicky: Oh, thank you, Mr. Cory.

Michael: Hey, Mac, I guess you're the one that's going to have to fill me in on this grandfather business, huh?

Donna: Oh.

Mac: I'll tell you a secret. It's a piece of cake.

Rachel: Vicky, I hope you and Jamie will be very happy, and we'll do everything we can to make you feel like a part of the family.

Vicky: Thank you, Rachel.

Jamie: We'll make this work, Mama.

Donna: Yes! Of course you will. You'll make it work.

Vicky: Yes.

Waiter: Ok, here we go.

Michael: Toast?

Donna: Oh, yes.

Mac: To -- ready?

Vicky: Ready.

Donna: Yes.

Vicky: Oh, well -- together.

Jamie: Oh, this one.

Mac: To Dr. and Mrs. Frame --

Vicky: Hear, hear.

Michael: A long and happy life together.

Donna: Yes, hear, hear.

Vicky: You know what? I feel like dancing.

Jamie: Hmm.

Donna: Oh -- oh. Right.

Mac: Dance away.

Jamie: Let's dance.

Vicky: Come on.

Russ: Lisa?

Lisa: Russ, I'm sorry. I'm sorry, but anyway --

Russ: This guy that's getting married -- he's the one you're in love with, isn't he?

Lisa: How can I be in love with him? He's going to marry someone else.

Russ: Come on, let me take you home.

Lisa: No. I'd rather just be alone. Excuse me.

Felicia: Lisa? Lisa, honey --

Lisa: Don't -- don't worry, don't worry. I'm not going to make a scene or cry or anything.

Felicia: I wouldn't blame you if you tore this place down.

Lisa: I canít. I haven't the strength anymore.

Felicia: Lisa? Lisa?

Mitch: Felicia.

Felicia: Oh.

Mitch: How is she?

Josie: Shouldn't you go over and say something to Jamie?

Matt: I should, but I don't know what to say.

Josie: Well, at least the baby's going to have a family. And Vicky looks happy.

Matt: You're right. You're right, I should say something, but I'll wait till the crowd thins out a little bit. Do you want some ginger ale?

Josie: Sure.

Matt: Ok. I'll be right back.

Josie: Ok.

Steve: So, what goodies did you bring with you tonight, Ms. Claus? Merry Christmas.

Singer: Ooh oh, oh, oh here we are on the edge of never letting go and one by one we begin to let our secrets show always thought I could always thought I would be seen in someone's eyes the way I look to you ooh, it's true believers who can see the world as it can be who take all that they are and reach for something more believers, you and I have made the love tonight that made one out of two like all true believers do there you are close enough to kiss too real to touch oh, oh, oh, and here I am trying to believe I feel so much never thought I could never thought I would be safe in someone's arms the way I am with you oh, it's true believers who can see

Amanda: Ok, so now you want to talk to me, huh?

Sam: I want to know why you said the marriage is over.

Amanda: Don't you think it is?

Sam: No.

Amanda: Well, I'm sorry. I can't go on living like this.

Sam: Oh, what, do you think I want to?

Amanda: I don't know what you want. I used to think it was me.

Sam: It is you.

Amanda: Well, I'm not perfect. I'm sorry. I'm me. I made mistakes.

Sam: Look, I never asked you to be perfect, ok?

Amanda: Oh, no, not perfect. But I'm supposed to take care of the baby and be fulfilled professionally and be there for you when you need me and not be there when you donít.

Sam: Amanda --

Amanda: And God forbid I should ever, ever try to do anything for you and help you if you don't want it.

Sam: Amanda, look --

Amanda: Look, I lied about my mother and the gallery, all right? It was a mistake. I said I'm sorry. I said I'm sorry a million times, and what do you say to me?

Sam: I said I'm sorry.

Amanda: What?

Sam: I said I'm sorry.

Amanda: Why would you say that?

Sam: Let's go inside.

Amanda: No! I want to know why you said that.

Sam: I said that because I was in there looking at Jamie and Vicky and I saw the problems that they're going to have. Then I thought about the problems that we'd already had and -- look, you made me very, very angry and you hurt me quite a bit. But I love you, you know? The last couple of days have been a living hell for me, but no matter how mad I got, I still loved you! Oh, and the idea of living my life without you just --

Amanda: Shut up.

Sam: Ugh. Ooh.

Iris: Congratulations.

Michael: Well, thank you.

Iris: Your daughter is going to marry daddy's stepson. Now, what does that make us?

Michael: That makes us acquaintances.

Iris: Oh, I think it's more than that. And then there will be the parties, the christening, and the wedding. I think we'll be seeing quite a bit of each other.

Michael: Iris, if you will excuse me, I have to get back to my wife.

Iris: It's still there, isn't it? Feelings like ours just don't die, do they?

Evan: Iris.

Iris: Have you heard from Dennis?

Evan: No, I haven't heard anything.

Iris: Well, I'm not surprised. Every time I turn around, you're dancing with a different woman.

Evan: Oh, now, I'm just following instructions. You're the one that made out the dance cards, Iris.

Iris: Well, I didn't expect you to enjoy your work quite that much.

Evan: What's the matter? Things not going according to plan?

Iris: Don't be ridiculous. Just look after Amanda. Everything's fine, just -- just fine.

Rick: I'm not upset.

Julie Ann: Rick --

Rick: I'm -- I'm not. Well, maybe I'm feeling a little bad for Lisa. I mean, she really got left out in the cold.

Julie Ann: Is that all it is, or is it because you met my parents?

Rick: Your parents are nice.

Julie Ann: Yes, they are, but they're also black and -- and so am I.

Rick: You act like I didn't know that.

Julie Ann: I think you knew it. I just don't think you had to face it.

Rick: Face what?

Julie Ann: That's ok. I understand. I think it's time I should leave.

Jamie: Lisa.

Lisa: Congratulations.

Jamie: I don't know what to say.

Lisa: I was going to leave, but --

Jamie: What?

Lisa: I guess I just wanted to say goodbye.

Jamie: I'm sorry you had to find out like this.

Lisa: Just par for the course, isn't it, Jamie?

Josie: Look, I don't -- I don't think you know who I am.

Steve: You're Josie, Josie Watts. You -- you sat on my lap with your little Santa Claus suit and made my whole Christmas holiday. You know, you look so beautiful tonight.

Josie: My date thinks so, too.

Steve: Well, he's a lucky man, but has he seen you in your Santa Claus suit?

Josie: Please.

Steve: Come on. You can come down my chimney any day.

Josie: Look, you're making it sound dirty and it wasnít.

Steve: Sorry.

Josie: So you just leave me alone, all right? Matthew.

Matt: Hey.

Josie: I -- I want to go home.

Matt: What?

Josie: I just -- I have to get out of here.

Matt: Why?

Josie: Because -- because my mom left a few minutes ago and I'm worried about her.

Matt: Well, can't we call her?

Josie: No. I want to see her.

Matt: Ok, ok. Listen, we'll leave now, I'll take you home.

Josie: No.

Matt: Josie, what's wrong?

Josie: Nothing, nothing. Look, you have to stay here and talk to Jamie. You can't leave.

Matt: I can talk to Jamie tomorrow.

Josie: Matthew, this is your family's party.

Matt: How are you going to get home, Josie?

Josie: I'll be fine. I'll be fine. I had a wonderful time.

Matt: Wait a minute -- Josie.

Matt: Josie? Josie!

[Music plays]

Mac: Rachel and I hardly have hardly had a chance to talk at all. I'm thinking of asking if she would like to leave early.

Iris: Daddy, you can't do that.

Woman: Mrs. Wheeler?

Iris: Oh, hello, Ms. Bryant.

Ms. Bryant: Jennifer, please.

Iris: Daddy, Jennifer works for the society page for the morning paper.

Mac: Oh. Mackenzie Cory. Very pleased to meet you.

Jennifer: It's such a lovely party. I'm going to give it three columns in tomorrow's edition.

Iris: Well, how wonderful.

Mac: Well, the hospice center is certainly a worthwhile cause. Cory Publishing is proud to support it.

Jennifer: I'll quote you on that. I just wanted to say good night.

Iris: You're leaving so early?

Jennifer: Well, the party, the engagement announcement -- I have an enormous amount of writing to do.

Iris: But you'll miss the main event.

Jennifer: Another main event?

Iris: Oh, the most important event -- the arrival of my son Dennis.

Mac: Dennis is coming tonight?

Amanda: So what changed your mind?

Vicky: Oh, I don't know. I think it was a lot of things -- Christmas spirit, for one. But we talked about it and we both want you to be in our wedding.

Jamie: Mm-hmm.

Amanda: Oh, I'd be honored --

Vicky: Great.

Amanda: And I am really happy for you.

Vicky: Oh, thank you.

Jamie: You look pretty happy yourself.

Vicky: You sure do.

Amanda: Yeah. Sam and I just made up.

Jamie: Well, that's wonderful.

Vicky: Oh! Oh, you know what? I have a fabulous idea. Why don't all four of us go back to my place after this and have a little celebration of our own?

Jamie: Look, now, wait a minute. Now, are you sure that you're up to it?

Vicky: I'm getting married. I'm up for anything.

Sam: Ahem -- excuse me. I know I'm not on your dance card, but would you like to dance with me?

Amanda: Dance card? What dance card?

John: You're awfully quiet.

Sharlene: I'm sorry I got so nervous tonight. I -- I don't know what came over me.

John: Oh, well. This whole wingding was too big and too fancy for us, anyway, at least for our first date. We should have started out with a movie or something.

Sharlene: You -- you handle yourself really well in situations like that.

John: Yeah, I do.

Sharlene: Oh. You know you do, huh? Oh. Yeah, you're still you. I turn into somebody I don't even know. Oh.

John: Well, whoever that somebody is, she's awfully beautiful.

Sharlene: Eggnog all over my dress.

John: Well, it's those tiny little cups that they give you --

Sharlene: Oh, I agree.

John: With no handle on them. I mean, how is anybody supposed to hold on to those things?

Sharlene: No idea. A beer, a can of beer -- now, a beer, you can hang on to a can of beer.

John: Right.

Sharlene: I'm going to tell Iris that, because I know she'll be asking me to help her with the next ball. Huh. I am sorry I ran out.

John: No, I'm not. Otherwise, we wouldn't be here together.

Sharlene: Did I really look beautiful?

John: You did. You do. You are.

[Car approaches]

Sharlene: Oh, wait. That's them.

[Car door opens and closes]

[Car drives off]

Sharlene: Josie.

Josie: Mama. What's wrong?

Sharlene: Honey, what are you doing home? Where's your coat?

Josie: Oh. I must have -- I must have forgotten it, then.

Sharlene: Where's Matthew?

Josie: I got tired and I just told him to stay. I'm going to go inside.

Sharlene: Josie --

Josie: Thanks. Good night.

John: Is she ok?

Sharlene: I don't know. I don't know. I have to find out.

John: Sure. Well, I'll call you tomorrow.

Sharlene: Thank you. Thank you for tonight.

Sharlene: Josie --

Josie: Mama, I'm fine.

Sharlene: Josie --

Josie: You didn't have to come in. I'm ok.

Sharlene: Honey, I was worried about you. Now, what's wrong?

Josie: Oh.

Josie: You know, sometimes people can be -- can be really crummy, you know?

Sharlene: Yeah, I do. Did something happen tonight?

Josie: Just because you -- you look a certain way or you -- or you dress a certain way doesn't change what you have inside of you.

Sharlene: Oh. Now I think I understand.

Josie: You do?

Sharlene: Yes, I do. Honey, those people are a bunch of fools. Who cares what they think? You looked beautiful tonight, like a real princess, and I'll tell you, I could tell Matthew thought so, too.

Josie: Oh, Matthew.

Sharlene: What?

Josie: I made a complete spectacle of myself tonight. I ran out of there and I didn't even explain to him what was going on. What?

Sharlene: I just guess the chip doesn't fly far from the block, does it?

Josie: I bet he thinks I'm crazy.

Sharlene: I think maybe things will turn out for the best.

Josie: Well, I am going to call him tomorrow and I'm going to apologize.

Sharlene: Yeah, well, I bet maybe you won't have to.

Josie: You know, tonight, I -- I did feel like a princess, for a little while.

Sharlene: Josie?

Josie: Yeah.

Sharlene: I guess you already gave the necklace back to Rachel, right?

Josie: No, I --

Sharlene: Josie --

Josie: Mama, I don't -- I don't know where it is.

Rick: I don't know why you keep harping about it.

Julie Ann: I just want to talk about it, that's all.

Rick: Look, Julie Ann, I knew you were black from the first day I met you, but I still asked you out. I'm glad I did.

Julie Ann: I'm glad you did, too.

Rick: You know, I'm so comfortable with you, more than any girl I've ever been with. I guess I just didn't think about it.

Julie Ann: Until tonight?

Rick: Well, this house, it's a lot different than the one I grew up in.

Julie Ann: I guess it is.

Rick: But different doesn't mean bad. I mean, your parents are great. So is Zack. We're just different.

Julie Ann: You know, we got a lot of looks at the party tonight.

Rick: Well, people were looking because you're incredibly beautiful.

Julie Ann: Come on, Rick.

Rick: I know.

Julie Ann: Are you ready for that?

Rick: Are you?

Julie Ann: Yes. I am. But if you're not ready or if you need more time --

Rick: I still want to see you.

Julie Ann: I'm free Saturday night.

Rick: Well, I really have to check the duty roster. I think I might have to work.

Julie Ann: Sure.

Rick: I better go. I'll call you.

Julie Ann: I doubt it.

[Music plays]

Michael: So, are you guys going to go out and -- are you going to go out and celebrate?

Jamie: Well, we might do a little bit.

Donna: Oh, now, now, don't stay out too late. You still have to take care of yourself, young lady.

Vicky: Would you not worry, please? There's a doctor in the house now, Mother.

Donna: Ooh. I like that. I like that.

Vicky: Bye.

Donna: Bye-bye.

Jamie: Bye.

Michael: Night.

Donna: Goodbye. Oh.

Rachel: Darling, maybe she really was worried. I mean, Sharlene and Josie are very close.

Matt: Yeah, I know, but she was so excited about coming to this thing when I asked her, and then she just ran out.

Rachel: Well, I wouldn't worry about it. You know women -- they're very mysterious.

Matt: Yeah, I'm beginning to find that out.

Jennifer: Thank you so much. I loved your dance.

Amanda: Oh, thanks.

Iris: Amanda?

Amanda: Iris, hi. Great party.

Iris: You're smiling again.

Amanda: Yes, I know.

Iris: You looked so happy out there on the dance floor.

Amanda: I'm really glad you talked me into coming. It turned out to be a wonderful night.

Iris: Then why leave so early?

Amanda: Well, Sam and I want to go home and do a little celebrating of our own.

Iris: Oh, of course.

Amanda: I have to thank you, too, for putting up with me the past week. I know I've been kind of a drag.

Iris: Darling, don't be silly.

Amanda: Having a sister is -- it's ok.

Iris: Good night.

Amanda: Good night.

Evan: Iris? That was a pretty touching little scene you had going there.

Iris: Yes. Breaking them up is going to be harder than I thought.

Evan: You sure you want to do that?

Iris: Oh, yes. Very definitely.

Mac: I'm so happy for you.

Amanda: Thanks, Daddy. Mom?

Rachel: Are we still friends?

Amanda: We never stopped being friends. I'm sorry. I love you.

Rachel: I love you, too. Just think of how happy Alliís going to be to see you both together again.

Amanda: Oh, we can't wait to get home to her. Are you ready to go?

Sam: Definitely.

Mac: Good night, you two.

Sam: Good night.

Rachel: Good night, Sam.

Sam: Rachel, I -- I was kind of wondering if I could come over tomorrow.

Rachel: Clean out the studio?

Sam: Actually -- well, we got some Christmas presents. I thought I'd bring them over early if it was convenient?

Rachel: I'll make time.

Mac: Merry Christmas, you two.

Sam: Merry Christmas.

Amanda: Merry Christmas.

Rachel: Merry Christmas.

Amanda: Bye.

Rachel: Bye.

Mac: Good night. I was very proud of you.

Rachel: Oh, good. I want you to be proud of me.

Mac: You were so gracious to Vicky, and I think Sam and Amanda understood what you were trying to do.

Rachel: Do you?

Mac: Me?

Rachel: Well, we haven't had a chance to talk. Are you still angry with me?

Lisa: You won't have a cab for an hour? Oh.

Matt: I'll take you home.

Lisa: No. Thanks. I'll try another company. Thank you.

Matt: Come on. I said I'll take you home.

Lisa: Oh, Matthew, you don't have to do that.

Matt: Where's your boyfriend?

Lisa: Oh. I told him to leave. It didn't take much to persuade him. I don't know why I'm still here, though.

Matt: Come on, let's go.

Lisa: No, Matthew, you stay here with Josie. I'll get Mitch and Felicia to take me home.

Matt: Josie already left.

Lisa: She did?

Matt: Yeah, and I told Felicia and Mitch that I would take you home.

Lisa: Why?

Matt: Because I like you and I think you've had a rough time of it.

Lisa: I'm ok.

Matt: Lisa, please just let me help.

Iris: You're leaving so early.

Donna: Oh, Iris, it's after 2:00 A.M.

Iris: But you're going miss the last dance.

Donna: Well, Michaelís rather anxious to get home, hmm?

Iris: Oh. Oh, I see. Well, I guess I'll be seeing you at the wedding.

Donna: Oh. Oh, yes. Oh, isn't it wonderful? You will be sure and get an invitation.

Iris: Oh, I hope so. I hope I'll be seeing a lot more of you from now on.

Donna: Oh, you will. Well, good night.

Iris: Good night.

Michael: Good night.

Donna: Ooh, thank you.

Mitch: So have you come up with a Christmas list?

Nicole: Oh. I do all my shopping Christmas Eve. I know what I want, though.

Mitch: Well, then, why don't you tell me. Maybe I can pass it along to Santa Claus.

Nicole: Ok. Ask him if he knows a good caterer. All I want for Christmas is a wedding in the spring.

Cass: Now, wait a second. Hold on.

Felicia: What?

Cass: How are you doing -- I mean, aside from the fact that you're worried about Lisa?

Felicia: I'm fine other than the fact that I've lost my voice.

Cass: Really?

Felicia: Really.

Cass: Because you sound -- you sounded apprehensive about this --

Felicia: About what?

Cass: About this series that iris wants to do on you.

Felicia: Oh. No, no. I'm fine about that now that I've talked to you and Mitch. I mean, I haven't got anything else I want to hide.

Cass: Really?

Felicia: Really. Come on.

Cass: Well, no -- I mean, I was just wondering, you see? Maybe it would be helpful if you were able to work things out with your stepfather --

Felicia: Yeah --

Cass: I mean, what's his name?

Felicia: Noah.

Cass: Wouldn't you know it? What would you think about something like that?

Felicia: It would be very nice, but, you know, it would be sort of like closing a chapter of a book.

Cass: Well, now, it would, wouldn't it?

Felicia: Yes, but, darling, that's not going to happen. I mean, that's fiction and this is real life. Come on, dance with me. Come on.

Cass: Yes, yes. All right, I suppose you're right.

Felicia: Yes.

Iris: Ladies and gentlemen, will you please take your partners for the last dance.

[Music stops]

Iris: I'm sure if you check your program, you will see that we've come up with some very interesting combinations for this event. On behalf of the Cory family, I'd like to thank each and every one of you very much for making the snowflake ball such a huge success.

[Music plays]

Cass: Well, Rachel, what do you think? Are we an interesting couple?

Rachel: Well, I'm game if you are.

Cass: Oh.

Mac: Cass, excuse me. I'm afraid there's some mistake.

Cass: What?

Mac: I have this --

Cass: Are you my partner?

Mac: Do you tango? I have this dance with Rachel. No.

Cass: Oh --

Mac: I really --

Cass: Are you sure?

Mac: It's right here in black and white.

Cass: Oh, it must have been my mistake then.

Mac: I guess.

Cass: Maybe next year, Rachel. Enjoy.

Mac: Thank you, Cass.

Rachel: Iris will hate this, you know.

Mac: Too bad. Too bad.

Rachel: Is this the answer to my question?

Cass: Yes, I'll go with you.

Mitch: To see Noah?

Cass: Yes. I talked to Felicia.

Mitch: Did you tell her what I had in mind?

Cass: No, no, no. I was dancing with her and I just wondered out loud if it might not help her to see the old guy again.

Mitch: I think it would.

Cass: Yeah, so do I now. It might be the best Christmas present we could give Felicia.

Mac: I'm terribly sorry I wasn't here, darling. I know you went through a terrible time.

Rachel: I thought I'd lost everyone -- Sam and Amanda and even you.

Mac: Me?

Rachel: Was I right?

Mac: For making a mistake when you were trying to help? My darling, those things are what make you who you are. And, Rachel, I thank God every day for who you are.

Evan: Oh, sorry I'm late. I got --

Iris: It doesn't matter.

Evan: Well, shall we?

Jennifer: I stayed, Mrs. Wheeler, and I'm so glad I did.

Iris: What?

Jennifer: To meet your son. Jennifer Bryant. I know your mother must be very happy to --

Iris: Ms. Bryant, this is not my son. This is my escort for the evening, Mr. Evan Bates.

Jennifer: Oh, dear. Pleased to meet you, Mr. Bates.

Evan: Pleased to meet you.

Jennifer: Oh, dear.

Iris: You know, I don't think I feel like dancing.

Evan: You're not going to let that lady upset you, are you?

Iris: No, it isn't that. It's just that what you said earlier about this night not turning out exactly as I'd planned -- I think you're right.

Evan: Why don't you let me take you home?

Iris: No, I've got a lot to do.

Evan: Come on, Iris. It's almost over.

Iris: Evan, I'm staying. I want to see this night through to the end -- alone.

Jamie: One bottle of champagne --

Vicky: All right.

Jamie: Ready for celebrating.

Vicky: And I will get the glasses, my darling.

Jamie: Good.

Vicky: Ok. Oh, one glass for you.  Ooh.

Jamie: Ok.

Vicky: And seltzer for me and strawberries.

Jamie: Oh, perfect touch.

Vicky: Yes. Oh -- ooh! Ok.

Jamie: There we go.

Vicky: Oh, oh. Hmm.

Jamie: You know, I'd like you to come over to our house on Christmas Eve. I hope your parents don't mind, but it's kind of a tradition.

Vicky: Oh.

Jamie: What's wrong? Did I -- did I say something?

Vicky: No, no. I am finally going to have everything I've ever wanted. Oh.

Lisa: Well, I'm afraid it isn't very Christmassy in here. I didn't feel much like getting a tree this year.

Matt: No, it's fine, it's fine. I like this apartment.

Lisa: Yeah, me, too. I got it when me and Jamie were -- well, you don't have to stay. You know, I am sure you want to find out how Josie is.

Matt: Well, I will talk to her tomorrow.

Lisa: Did you two have a fight?

Matt: No, no, nothing like that.

Lisa: Oh.

Matt: It was -- well, listen, don't worry about Josie and me.

Lisa: Well, you don't worry about me. I've known for a while that Vicky and Jamie -- and that Jamie and I, well -- I don't think I can talk about this anymore.

Matt: Listen, I'm going to go.

Lisa: Ok.

Matt: Uh -- I just wanted to make sure you got home, all right?

Lisa: Thanks. You're very sweet.

Matt: We're still friends, right?

Lisa: Right.

Matt: Lisa, I am sorry. I -- I think you're the best thing that ever happened to Jamie.

Lisa: Well -- Matthew Ė

Sharlene: Ok, thanks again. Bye.

Josie: Tell me good news -- they found it.

Sharlene: They found it!

Josie: Oh, they found it! Ah!

Sharlene: One of the caterers found it with your coat. They're bringing it over tomorrow morning.

Josie: Oh, thank you!

Sharlene: Oh!

Josie: Well, wait a minute. How'd they even know that I lost it?

Sharlene: They didnít. They found your coat with your name in it and then they told me about the necklace and I about went through the roof!

Josie: Oh. You know, I must have lost it when I ran out of the place.

Sharlene: I don't care where they found it. I'm just glad that they did.

Josie: Oh, I feel so much better!

Sharlene: So do I!

Josie: You should have seen me sitting there trying to figure out how I was going to come up with all this money to pay for that necklace.

Sharlene: Oh, well, now you're not going to have to worry about it.

Josie: Oh.

Sharlene: Oh.

Josie: Finally, some luck. A lucky night.

Sharlene: Yep, we had a real lucky night.

Josie: You had a pretty good evening, huh?

Sharlene: What do you mean?

Josie: Oh, I don't know. I was surprised to see John here when I came home.

Sharlene: He beat me here. He must have gone about 90 -- 90 miles an hour up that old road in his old car. I'll tell you about it in the morning, you. You go upstairs and you get some sleep, ok?

Josie: Ok. I love you, Mama.

Sharlene: I love you, too.

Josie: Oh. Good night.

Sharlene: Good night.

Josie: Oh --

Sharlene: What?

Josie: When are they going to bring the necklace -- when are they going to bring the necklace by?

Sharlene: Early.

Josie: Good, good, because I want that necklace back in the Cory's house so I won't have to worry about it. Coming up?

Sharlene: In a minute. Good night.

Josie: Good night.

Singer: Have yourself a merry little Christmas let your hearts delight from now on our travels will be out of sight have yourself a merry little Christmas make the yuletide gay from now on our troubles will be miles away

Singers: Miles away

Singer: Here we are as in olden days happy golden days of yore faithful friends who are dear to us gather near to us once more through the years we all will be together if the fates allow hang a shining star upon the highest bough

Singers: Highest bough

Singer: And have yourself a merry little Christmas now

Singers: Have yourself a merry Christmas

Iris: Dennis? Oh.

Singers: Now

Iris: Oh, Daddy, I thought -- I thought you and Rachel had gone a long time ago.

Mac: Well, we did. When you didn't show up, I thought I'd come back and see if there was some problem, Iris.

Iris: No, I just wanted to clean up and everything.

Mac: You're waiting for Dennis, aren't you?

Iris: I did all this for him, you know. I thought he'd come in here and he'd see me in the middle of all this and something would be changed. We'd laugh and love each other like we used to.

Mac: I'm so sorry, darling.

Iris: Daddy, why doesn't anybody ever love me the way I love them?

Mac: I love you, sweetheart. I'll always love you.

Iris: Daddy, I love you.

[Music plays]

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