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Another World Transcript Tuesday 12/7/04

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Felicia: Mitch! Honey! Oh, there you are. Look at all this stuff! Honey, here, give me a hand, will you? It's presents from all the kids at Tops and fans. This is wonderful. This is going to take hours to unwrap.

Mitch: Ah.

Amanda: Really, it feels much better now.

Tim: Well, maybe I should take your sock off.

Sam: Maybe I should take your head off.

Amanda: Sam! No, Sam!

Sam: Come on, get up. Get up!

Amanda: Sam, no!

Sam: Get up, get up.

Amanda: Sam, please. Oh! Ow, oh!

Tim: Who is this guy?

Amanda: This is Sam. Tim, meet Sam. Sam, meet Tim.

Sam: "Tim, meet Sam, Sam--" what is this, "invasion of the body snatchers"? That's right, you're not Amanda. You're a pod.

Amanda: Would you just calm down, please?

Sam: Oh, I can't believe this. I've got to be dreaming, somebody pinch me. Not you.

Tim: Who is this guy?

Sam: I'm her husband, ok?

Tim: Well, then why is she on a date with me?

Sam: A date?

Cass: Yeah, and the names of all the other policemen that he partnered with, please. Why? Because I want to talk to them, that's why. Listen, sergeant, the man I'm defending has been accused of killing a cop. Accused, not found guilty. And he's going to get a vigorous defense and a fair trial with or without your help. No, no, no forget it. I'll call the chief. Sorry about that.

Lisa: Cass, are you defending the guy who shot Sergeant Perreti?

Cass: Yes.

Lisa: How could you--

Cass: Innocent until proven guilty, right?

Lisa: You're right.

Cass: Anyway, that's my problem. What's yours?

Lisa: I need a change.

Cass: Are you sure that it's your job that needs changing?

Lisa: I've given it a lot of thought.

Cass: And you want to be a paralegal?

Lisa: No, actually I want to be a Supreme Court justice, but you have to start somewhere.

Cass: That's a good point.

Lisa: I'm not afraid of hard work. Whatever you and Zack need doing I'll do.

Cass: Lisa, paralegal work can be very tedious.

Lisa: Well, it's a way to learn. And I'm not a complete novice.

Cass: Because of your experience with the police department.

Lisa: Right.

Cass: Well, you have to understand that the law that you've been involved with there is 180 degrees from what we deal with here.

Lisa: You mean the police department is on the other side.

Cass: Absolutely. I mean, the clients that we represent are sometimes not very nice. In fact, sometimes they're downright nasty. Once in a while they're liars or cheats or worse.

Lisa: And innocent until proven guilty.

Cass: Touchť. It gets to you after a while.

Lisa: Cass, you wouldn't be trying to discourage me, would you?

Cass: I'm trying to tell you what you can expect.

Lisa: I get the impression you're not sure what you can expect from me.

Cass: Your educational background is great; I mean it couldn't be better.

Lisa: But.

Cass: Your job experience is a definite asset.

Lisa: But.

Cass: But there's a lot of legal jargon, legalese, and we need somebody who can handle that lingo.

Lisa: Cass, I realize there's more to this job than showing up every day, but I'll learn. Give me a chance, I'll pick it up.

Cass: Would you be willing to take a test?

Lisa: What kind of test?

Cass: Something Zack and I would put together.

Lisa: Well, there's a short course in paralegal work at the college and I've already signed up for it.

Cass: Great.

Lisa: Ok, well, what happens if I pass the test?

Cass: Next stop, Supreme Court.

Nicole: Oops.

Cass: Hi.

Nicole: I'm sorry, I didn't know you were busy.

Lisa: No, he's not. I'm just leaving.

Nicole: Oh, all right. How are you, Lisa?

Lisa: I'm better. In fact, I think I'm going to be a lot better. Things are looking up.

Nicole: Oh, I'm glad to hear that.

Cass: There you go.

Lisa: Thank you, Cass.

Cass: You're welcome. Thank you, Lisa.

Lisa: Bye-bye.

Nicole: Bye.

Cass: Study hard.

Lisa: Thanks.

Cass: Ok.

Nicole: She even looks better.

Cass: She's looking for a job.

Nicole: With you?

Cass: Yeah, as a paralegal.

Nicole: Well, good for her.

Cass: She hasn't got the job yet, but she sure is determined.

Nicole: Well, I'm glad to see that she's moving ahead with her life.

Cass: There is life after Jamie Frame, huh?

Nicole: So I found out.

Cass: Yes?

Nicole: Well, the New Year is almost here.

Cass: Ring out the old.

Nicole: Exactly. Fresh beginnings for everybody.

Cass: A clean slate.

Nicole: Yes, and thinking along those lines I was hoping that we could meet after work today.

Cass: It's possible, very, very possible.

Nicole: Good. Because I want to discuss something with you that's been on my mind.

Cass: This sounds serious.

Nicole: It is. It's our wedding.

Cass: Oh, oh, I'm crazy about your mind.

[Nicole giggles]

Evan: This is a surprise.

Caroline: A nice one, I hope.

Evan: Nice doesn't begin to describe it.

Caroline: I called them at the office and they told me that you were working at home.

Evan: Who's minding the gallery?

Caroline: I closed it. Come on in, the water's hot.

Evan: You're a very bad girl, Caroline.

Caroline: I hope you didn't bring too much work home.

Evan: Well, to tell you the truth, I thought I deserved the day off.

Caroline: Ah. I take it you've been a good boy then.

Evan: Very good boy. I've done a very good morning's work.

Caroline: So I take it you saved Cory Publishing again?

Evan: Well, if everything goes the way that I've planned I should be having a very happy new year.

Amanda: Tim, would you just give us a couple of minutes, please?

Tim: Where are you going?

Sam: None of your business.

Tim: She's my date--

Sam: Not anymore she isnít. I don't let my wife date jerks like you. As a matter of fact, she's going to cheat on me; she's going to cheat with some taste.

Tim: If you lay a hand on her--

Sam: If I lay a hand on her? I'll lay anything I want to on her.

Amanda: Would you just calm down, please? What are you doing here?

Sam: Evan told me you'd be here.

Amanda: He told you.

Sam: Yes, he did. But he didn't happen to mention the fact that you were on a date with some tall idiot.

Amanda: Tim isn't tall.

Sam: He's taller than I am.

Amanda: He is?

Sam: You didn't notice?

Amanda: No, I thought he was the same height as you?

Sam: I can't believe we're sitting here talking about how tall her date is.

Amanda: He's not my date.

Sam: Amanda, he was rubbing your foot.

Amanda: Part of my research for my video match article.

Sam: What?

Amanda: I told you about it this morning.

Sam: Yeah, but you didn't happen to mention this morning that you had a date this afternoon.

Amanda: I didn't know about it then.

Sam: Oh, I can't believe this.

Amanda: I think I'm on to something, Sam.

Sam: All right, look. Ok, I've been thinking about this, all right? Why don't we have one of your single girlfriends go out on these dates, that way they can tell you what's going on.

Amanda: No, it's not good enough.

Sam: He was rubbing your foot, Amanda.

Amanda: This has to be firsthand.

Sam: Not where his hand is concerned.

Amanda: This is important, Sam.

Sam: All right, what about how I feel? Is that important to you?

Amanda: What do you want me to do, not accept assignments because my husband feels threatened?

Sam: Yes.

Amanda: No, I can't do that, Sam.

Sam: Come on, Amanda, this is going too far.

Amanda: Me?

Sam: Yeah.

Amanda: What about you?

Sam: What? What did I do?

Amanda: Do you have any idea how many hours you paint? You paint till the early hours of the morning. You paint in your sleep.

Sam: I do not.

Amanda: You do. You do this.

Sam: I don't do that, I donít. I don't do that.

Amanda: I'm going to get a video camera and prove it to you.

Sam: Well, ok. Well, look, painting is my passion, all right?

Amanda: Journalism is mine. This is very important to me. What do you think, Carl Bernsteinís wife said, "don't go talk to deep throat, she makes me crazy"?

Sam: Carl Bernstein wasn't dating deep throat.

Amanda: I can handle myself.

Sam: Yeah, I saw.

Amanda: Sam, this is very important to me. I can be better than anybody else in my field. I just want a chance to prove that to my father.

Sam: Come on, your dad is proud of you no matter what you do.

Amanda: I don't want him to be proud of me because I'm his daughter, I want him to be proud of me because I will be the best investigative reporter that he's got.

Sam: Amanda, that takes years.

Amanda: I don't want it to take years.

Sam: Listen to me for a second, ok? Why does it have to be this piece? Can't it be that piece on Felicia?

Amanda: No, everybody knows about Felicia. They don't know about this, they think this is just a feature article, a puff piece. But I really think I'm on to something.

Sam: The seamy underside of the dating service?

Amanda: Maybe. Maybe. And if it's a good enough article, I may even submit it for the Devilbiss award.

Sam: The what award?

Amanda: Every year they give away an award to a promising new journalist in the country. Do you have any idea what that means to me?

Sam: Yeah, I'm beginning to.

Amanda: Now please, Sam, try and understand this, ok?

Sam: I do understand, that's why it's so hard for me.

Amanda: I promise, after this article's over I will never look at another man.

Sam: He keeps skating and looking at us.

Amanda: He's probably wondering what happened to me.

Sam: I hate him.

Amanda: He means well.

Sam: He even skates good, too. Oo, I really hate him.

Amanda: I know, you've said that. Come on, Sam, you said you were going to deal with this.

Sam: Ok, I will, all right? But on one condition... you let me go with you.

Amanda: Go with me?

Sam: Yeah, on your dates.

Amanda: Oh, that'll go over really well. "Hi, meet my chaperon, Sam Fowler--"

Sam: No, no, your dates won't even know I'm there. All right?

Amanda: Where are you going to be?

Sam: Lurking in some dark corner ready to attack.

Amanda: You're not going to punch somebody out again, are you?

Sam: I can't promise that.

Amanda: Sam.

Sam: No. Trust me, ok?

Amanda: Ok. As long as you trust me.

Sam: It's a deal.

Sam: Oh, no.

Amanda: Oh, no.

Sam: Looks like you'll have to give your date the heave-ho after all. Hi, Matt, Josie.

Josie: Hi.

Amanda: Hi.

Matt: I must be dreaming, my sister at a skating pond.

Sam: Yeah, quite a coincidence, huh?

Amanda: Hi, guys. So, fancy meeting you here.

Matt: I can't believe this. How come you're skating?

Amanda: Same reason anybody skates. To skate.

Matt: I thought you hated skating.

Amanda: No, I like it, actually. It's kind of fun in a humiliating sort of way. Oh, look, I think I see somebody that I know.

Sam: Don't be too long, Amanda. We'll be standing right here.

Amanda: I'll be right back.

Tim: Finally.

Amanda: I am so sorry about what happened before.

Tim: I thought you weren't coming back.

Amanda: No, I just had to calm Sam down. You know, he's kind of the nervous type.

Tim: Well, I'd be nervous too if someone was cheating on me.

Amanda: I'm not cheating on him.

Tim: What, do you get your kicks this way or something?

Amanda: No, look, there's a very simple explanation for all of this.

Tim: There sure is. You're married and video match is going to hear about it.

Amanda: No, listen. Listen. Sam is not my husband.

Tim: Sure.

Amanda: No, he's not. He's actually an old, very jealous boyfriend. He's got delusions about our relationship, you know? I mean, if you want to know the truth, I really think he's nuts.

Tim: Nuts?

Amanda: Yeah, like out of touch with reality.

Tim: Well, then maybe he should get a little help.

Amanda: Help, that's a great idea. Why didn't I think of that? Help. You know, Tim, you are really a very sensitive person. I'm just going to take that advice and I'm going to go over and talk to the poor guy. Maybe we can finish our date later some other time?

Tim: Yeah, right. Another time.

Amanda: Yeah.

Matt: Who was that guy?

Amanda: Just somebody I knew from high school. A friend. Not really a friend, just somebody I used to see.

Matt: Why were you talking with him then?

Amanda: Oh, well, you know, I like to say hello to people and just acknowledge the fact that I recognize them even if I don't care--

Sam: Whether they live or die.

Amanda: Right, whether they live or die. That's funny, Sam.

Sam: Yeah, let's go skating. We came here to skate, right?

Amanda: Right.

Sam: Right.

Amanda: I guess we'll see you guys later.

Matt: Bye. Ah-ha.

Josie: What?

Matt: Amanda is definitely up to something.

Josie: They are so great together.

Matt: I bet they were saying the same thing about us.

Josie: Think so?

Matt: Of course. Look how compatible we are with each other. We never fight. Perfect height for each other. Perfect for kissing. Mm, mm. And we both like to skate.

Josie: Do you think we'll always be together?

Matt: What kind of question is that?

Josie: I don't know. Sometimes I get scared that you'll get tired of me.

Matt: Well, you worry too much. Ok, you ready to hit the pond?

Josie: Oh, well, I might be a little shaky at this.

Matt: Don't worry, I'm used to Amanda. You're going to be a gold medalist compared to her. Now, these things all right for you?

Josie: I don't know if they fit, but I'll try.

Matt: Ok, here, put your leg up.

Kenny: Matt.

Matt: Hey, Kenny, what a coincidence, huh?

Kenny: No, Mrs. Watts told me you were here. Listen, I kind of need to talk to somebody.

Matt: Listen, what's wrong?

Kenny: Uh--me and Carrie, we-- we broke up.

Matt: When?

Kenny: This morning. She says she's in love with someone else.

Josie: Kenny, I'm sorry.

Kenny: Well, you know, sometimes you think it's going to last forever and then before you know it, it's gone. It's just gone.

Evan: Champagne. Hot tub. It's not too bad, huh? Caroline.

Caroline: What?

Evan: You are staring at those bubbles like they're some little crystal balls or something.

Caroline: Sorry.

Evan: Is that what you want?

Caroline: To be able to gaze into the future?

Evan: Well, all your wishes will come true.

Caroline: I don't think so.

Evan: Why not?

Caroline: Look, let's just drop it, ok?

Evan: What's with the big mood change here? What happened?

Caroline: Look, I've been thinking about my life and what I want.

Evan: Caroline, I just want to say that I'm really sorry about--you know how sorry I am about your mother. And I should have--

Caroline: I know.

Evan: No, I mean, you shouldn't have gone through that alone. I should have been there for you.

Caroline: I understand, Evan. Look, it's--it's ok. I really don't blame you. It just hit too close to home, didn't it?

Evan: You know I don't want to talk about that. I canít.

Caroline: Right. It's flat.

Evan: Here, let me pour you another glass.

Caroline: No, really. I can't--no, no, I--no, I really better be going anyways.

Evan: No, no, you're not going now.

Caroline: Yeah, I've got to get back to the gallery.

Evan: Wait a second, this was your idea.

Caroline: Look, you're right; I'm in a lousy mood.

Evan: I tell you what. I bet I can change that.

Caroline: No, no, no, another time. I really must be going. I'll make it up to you.

Evan: When?

Caroline: Soon, I promise.

Evan: Well, I'll mark it down on my calendar.

Caroline: Yeah, yeah, do.

Evan: So by the way, how's things going with you and Sam?

Caroline: What do you mean?

Evan: Well, ever since you had that little blowout at the gallery, how's your relationship between the two of you?

Caroline: Oh, it's fine, thanks.

Evan: Well, I'm glad to hear that.

Caroline: Anything else you want to know?

Evan: You're not mad at me, are you?

Caroline: No, I'm not mad. I just want to have a shower.

Evan: Caroline.

Felicia: People really are very sweet though, aren't they?

Mitch: They're crazy.

Felicia: You know what, though? Nobody's as sweet as my husband. All the wonderful presents you got me for Christmas. Thank you.

Mitch: Actually, there was something else that I had in mind.

Felicia: What?

Mitch: Well, there was just-- there was a Christmas gift.

Felicia: Oh, my God. For me?

Mitch: You remember the photographic shoot that I said that I went on?

Felicia: Christmas Eve, where you and Cass acted like Fric and Frac? Oh, yeah, we remember, don't we?

Mitch: Yes, well, we went to Boston.

Felicia: So you didn't go for "Brava", did you?

Mitch: No, I went for you. I had this idea. I thought that I would try to get Noah to come back and spend Christmas with you. From the sound of it I can see it wasn't a very good idea.

Felicia: No, it would have been all right. I guess, I mean, I... there's a part of me that would really like to see him again.

Mitch: What about the other part?

Felicia: The other part would like never to lay my eyes on him ever.

Mitch: Well, that's what I thought. I guess I was out of line.

Felicia: You're never out of line. Not with me anyway.

Mitch: But you're glad it didn't work out?

Felicia: It's not that I'm glad, I'm just a little relieved. So what did Noah say?

Mitch: Well, he wasn't there. He was in Africa.

Felicia: For the church.

Mitch: Doing missionary work, right?

Felicia: So you see, he and I are not supposed to be together. At least it was planned by a higher power.

Mitch: Higher than me, that's for sure.

Felicia: So you went to Boston on Christmas Eve for me.

Mitch: It's no big deal.

Felicia: Yes, it is a big deal.

Mitch: It's no big deal.

Felicia: Yes, it is.

Mitch: No.

Felicia: I mean, what you did--what you were trying to do. It means an awful lot to me. Thank you.

Mitch: We better stop this, otherwise we're not going to get the rest of these presents open. Ok.

Felicia: Ok, if it's more chopsticks, well, I'll just have to start a Chinese menu at Tops.

Mitch: I'll get it.

Felicia: Oh, it is.

Lisa: Hi.

Mitch: Hi.

Lisa: You guys busy?

Felicia: No.

Mitch: No, actually we're celebrating the festival of wrapping paper.

Felicia: Come on and help me unwrap, honey.

Lisa: Well, I can't stay long. I'm on my way to the library.

Felicia: Library? What's at the library?

Lisa: Well, I have to study up for my new job.

Felicia: What new job?

Lisa: Well, I haven't actually been hired yet, but it looks good.

Felicia: Been hired where?

Lisa: At Cass' office. He and Zack are looking for a paralegal.

Felicia: Why?

Lisa: I guess they're overloaded with work.

Felicia: No, no, I mean, why are you looking for a new job? I didn't know you were going to leave the police department.

Lisa: Well, I've been thinking, there's not very much of a future there for me.

Felicia: I see.

Lisa: I'm just following your advice, Felicia.

Felicia: What advice?

Lisa: To get on from the past and never look back.

Josie: Oh, help, please.

Matt: No, seriously, you were really good out there.

Josie: Right, I fell 20 times.

Matt: Yes, but you did it so gracefully that it just brought out a certain aura about you.

Kenny: You guys looked pretty smooth out there.

Josie: Oh, yeah, right. How come you're not skating, Kenny?

Kenny: I was, but you know, those things are killing my feet.

Matt: I tell you, I know what you mean. I needed a little break here. When you haven't done this for a while--

Josie: Oh, you guys, I left the hot chocolate in the car. I'll go get it.

Matt: Wait, no, no, no. You sit, I'll go get the cocoa, which is now probably cold chocolate.

Josie: Oh, my feet are killing me.

Kenny: Josie?

Josie: Yeah.

Kenny: I want to thank you for letting me get in the way on your date.

Josie: You're not getting in the way, Kenny.

Kenny: You know, but watching you out there made me realize something.

Josie: That I'm a klutz.

Kenny: No, that you have this talent for making everything look really easy.

Josie: Wow, I've never heard anything like that before.

Kenny: Just like at the parties.

Josie: Kenny, I really, really don't want to talk about that.

Kenny: You in that Santa Claus suit making everybody laugh. I'll never get that picture out of my mind. You were terrific, Josie.

Matt: Ta-da!

Felicia: Cass, you have to hire her.

Cass: If she passes the test.

Felicia: Oh, come on, you know she'll pass the test.

Cass: You understand, of course, that you're tampering with the scales of justice.

Felicia: Listen, did I ever tell you that I love the way lady justice dresses?

Cass: Stop it. Lisa doesn't need your help.

Felicia: Well, she's going to get it anyway.

Cass: I'm almost absolutely, completely, positively sure that this is all going to work out fine. Now would you please let me get back to work?

Felicia: All right. Listen, just one more thing.

Cass: What?

Felicia: I know about Christmas Eve.

Cass: What do you know?

Felicia: You, Mitch, and Boston.

Cass: Uh-huh.

Felicia: I just can't believe you would do that for me. Well now, that's a stupid thing for me to say, isn't it? Because I know you would do that.

Cass: Because I love you. I'm just sorry that we couldn't bring Noah back with us.

Felicia: Well, maybe it worked out the way it's supposed to.

Cass: Really?

Felicia: Listen, I've got to go, all right? I'll talk to you before New Yearís Eve?

Cass: Ok. Bye.

Felicia: Bye.

Caroline: I have something for you.

Nicole: Now if you don't find something in here, don't worry, I'm sure we can come up with something else. I have a few more suggestions.

Evan: These are all so nice.

Nicole: Well, thank you.

Evan: Yes, this is it right here. This is the one.

Nicole: Well, you have very good taste in clothes, Evan.

Evan: Thanks. Can you do this in burgundy, because I'm sure it's her favorite color.

Nicole: I could do that. Can you tell me the size?

Evan: Well, let's see. She is--I don't know, I guess she's probably about this tall and--well, you must know her.

Nicole: Me?

Nicole: Yeah, you must keep her size on file. It's Carolineís Stafford. So how quickly could this be ready?

Nicole: How is a couple of days?

Evan: Oh, that's perfect. Can you deliver it to her?

Nicole: Well, of course. Would you like to include a card with this?

Evan: Sure, why not.

Nicole: Ok, here you go.

Evan: Thank you. That's nice. Um--I tell you what, why don't we just forget the card? She'll know who it's from.

Nicole: I had no idea you knew Caroline so well.

Evan: Well, we've just done business in the past.

Nicole: Oh, and it looks like you'll be doing business in the future.

Evan: Yes, I'm sure we will.

Nicole: Caroline's very beautiful. The blouse will look just smashing on her.

Evan: Well, she wears clothes well.

Nicole: You know, I haven't known Caroline very long, but she has so much to offer. It's just a wonder that some man hasn't snapped her up by now.

Evan: Yeah, well, I guess that's just the way it goes sometimes. I send gifts to various women all the time.

Nicole: Oh, lucky them.

Evan: Well, see, when I'm doing business with them, it's just like a business calling card. And I just want you to know that I do appreciate your help.

Nicole: Well, you're more than welcome.

Evan: And--

Nicole: I'll get to work on this right away for you.

Evan: I'll see you again.

Nicole: All right.

Evan: Thank you.

Nicole: Bye-bye.

Caroline: I meant to come by before Christmas, but the days just got ahead of me.

Cass: It must not have been a great time for you.

Caroline: I never got a chance to thank you for helping me out that day.

Cass: Oh, please forget it.

Caroline: No, I certainly wonít. You were wonderful and I really appreciated it.

Cass: Well, Nicole and I were very worried about you. It was shocking.

Caroline: So I guess you two had a wonderful Christmas?

Cass: Yes, we had a lovely one. Thanks.

Caroline: Well, speaking about Christmas...

Cass: Uh-oh, beware of Australians bearing gifts.

Caroline: Little me?

Cass: Yes, little you.

Caroline: This one's to thank you for having me over for dinner.

Cass: It's very heavy.

Caroline: Well, it's a book. It's a book on 20th-century Asian designs and I thought Nicole might get some ideas from it.

Cass: I'm sure she will. That's very kind of you, thank you.

Caroline: Can you help me? And this is for you.

Cass: Oh.

Caroline: Please?

Cass: Caroline.

Caroline: You'll probably hate it.

Cass: Oh, it's extraordinary.

Caroline: The sculptor is really going to be big. He's verging on being very hot. Yeah.

Cass: I can't accept it.

Caroline: Oh, Cass, you can't turn me down. You canít. Please? It would make me really happy if you accepted it. Please?

Sam: You know, I've been thinking.

Amanda: We have to go pick up Alli.

Sam: This can be worked out.

Amanda: In only about 10 minutes from now.

Sam: All we have to do is work out our schedules.

Amanda: She probably had a 3-hour nap.

Sam: Not leave things to chance.

Amanda: You know that means she's going to be awake until midnight.

Sam: And that way it might work out, you know?

Amanda: What do you think? Should I call now and tell them we're on our way?

Sam: Amanda?

Amanda: Huh?

Sam: Have you been listening to anything I said?

Amanda: Oh, what were you talking about?

Sam: Us. How 'bout you?

Amanda: Alli.

Sam: See?

Amanda: What?

Sam: We don't even coordinate our conversations.

Amanda: But this isn't a good time to talk, Sam.

Sam: Well, why not?

Amanda: Because we have to go get Alli. We've got to come home and have dinner, then we have to clean up, then we have to make sure that Alli goes to sleep, and then you and I have to get some rest.

Sam: Sounds like a glorious evening, doesn't it?

Amanda: It sounds awful, doesn't it?

Sam: You want to know something?

Amanda: Hmm.

Sam: I actually miss you.

Amanda: I know, I miss you, too.

Sam: How can two people who live together miss each other?

Amanda: You know, that's a great idea for an article.

Sam: Can we please do something tonight you don't want to write about?

Amanda: Sorry.

Sam: Let's just concentrate on us, all right?

Amanda: You're right, Sam, we have to work on this.

Sam: This isn't a project, Amanda, it's us. Ok?

Amanda: Well, what I meant is that we will work on this because we want to and it's important to us. And we just have to get our priorities straight.

Sam: That's mighty serious, isn't it? Getting our priorities straight? Why don't we just remember what's important?

Amanda: All right, that sounds much better.

Sam: Great. All right, let's get our calendars.

Amanda: Calendars.

Sam: Calendars.

Amanda: Oh!

Sam: All right, come on, hurry, let's go.

Amanda: Ok, ok.

Sam: Here's a pencil.

Amanda: Pencil.

Sam: Ready.

Amanda: Ready.

Sam: All right, how's this week for you?

Amanda: No, crazy. Wednesday I've got a meeting late. I have an early meeting on Friday, which means that I can't go out Thursday night otherwise I'll be a zombie.

Sam: Ok, then what about Friday night?

Amanda: No, I've got dinner with Felicia. I can't ask her to change it because her schedule's even worse than mine.

Sam: Saturday?

Amanda: We're never going to get a sitter.

Sam: All right, so this week's shot.

Amanda: All right, all right. That's ok, how about Monday?

Sam: Monday for me is bad. I've got a meeting with Caroline plus I've got a meeting with two prospective buyers and I don't know what time they want the meetings at so I can't commit to anything.

Amanda: Tuesday.

Sam: Tuesday's bad, too. Look, if I don't paint on Monday I've got to paint Tuesday. If I don't paint Tuesday, I feel guilty.

Amanda: All right. We're already up to Wednesday.

Sam: Ugh--I can't wait that long.

Amanda: Well, Sam, look at these schedules. I mean, what are we going to do? When are we ever going to find time for a nice, quiet, romantic dinner?

Sam: Right now.

Amanda: I'll pencil you in.

Sam: Deal.

Mitch: Come on, let's go, guys.

Felicia: Bye, have fun, you guys. Bye. Bye. Ok, come on, leave it.

Lisa: Why, it won't take long.

Felicia: No, no, come on. Leave it, I want to talk.

Lisa: About what?

Felicia: About you.

Lisa: Oh, ok. Let's see, well, you already know that I want to change my job.

Felicia: Men. I want to talk about men. So, what's happening?

Lisa: Nothing.

Felicia: Nothing at all? What about that nice guy you brought to the snowflake ball? He was nice looking.

Lisa: Yeah, nice looking and long gone.

Felicia: No sparks, huh?

Lisa: No sparks. Nothing. I found him at video match so I didn't have high hopes.

Felicia: Video match?

Lisa: Uh--oh, well, Felicia, I'm not into the singles scene so I thought I'd--

Felicia: Video match? Now that sounds like a computer dating service.

Lisa: Kind of.

Felicia: Lisa!

Lisa: Felicia, please, can we just not talk about this right now? There are no men in my life and there are not likely to be in the future.

Felicia: Now that is not true.

Lisa: I really don't want to talk about it. It hurts.

Felicia: Oh, honey. I know it does. You know, trying to get over your first love is hard. It's very, very hard. ď

>> Inseparable that's how we'll always be inseparable just you and me it's so wonderful to know you'll always be around me incredible what you are to me incredible you bring out the woman in me with your style of love inseparable yes, we are well like a flower to a tree like words to a melody of love there's no way we could break up no words that can make us blow our thing we're just inseparable that's how it is inseparable for the rest of our years it's so wonderful to know you'll always be around.

[Knock on door]

Amanda: Evan.

Evan: Hi, is this a bad time?

Amanda: Actually, yeah, it is. Sam just went to get some wine.

Evan: Oh, well, I just stopped by to see how the date went.

Amanda: Oh, well, unfortunately Sam showed up. Things got kind of crazy for a while.

Evan: Well, I thought you told him what you were doing?

Amanda: I did. But he didn't know about the date until this afternoon.

Evan: So then you didn't get anything for your article?

Amanda: No, I did. In fact, I'm really excited about it.

Evan: Great. Well, why don't you come over to the office and write it?

Amanda: Now?

Evan: Yeah, you have the Felicia outline, too.

Amanda: No, I canít.

Evan: I'll drive you over. I've got some extra work that I need to finish up with anyway.

Amanda: No. Look, Samís going to coming back here any minute. We have a very special dinner planned.

Evan: He'll understand, won't he?

Amanda: No, he wonít.

Sam: What are you doing here?

Evan: Obviously I'm wasting my time. I'll see you in the office in the morning, Amanda, bright and early. You two have a nice evening. Excuse me.

Josie: Thank you, that's good.

Lisa: Oh, when I was a kid I used to go ice skating all the time. And then we'd come home and sit around a fire afterwards.

Matt: That's what we need.

Felicia: What?

Matt: That's what we're missing--a big, roaring fire.

Mitch: That's what you should do, you should call up tops and have them send us down a fire.

Felicia: Oh, right, thank you.


Lisa: Matt, is that new?

Matt: What's new?

Lisa: That bracelet?

Felicia: Yeah, you know, I haven't seen that before either.

Matt: Well, it's about time you people noticed this. I've been rattling it around here for half an hour.

Felicia: Let me see it, you.

Mitch: Now where did you get that?

Matt: Well, it was a present from Josie.

Felicia: It's beautiful, Josie, really, really beautiful.

Matt: What makes it so special is that I know how hard she had to work to get it.


Felicia: What's that? Where's Daisy?

Mitch: She's in the bedroom.

Felicia: She's locked up in the bedroom? We've locked her up in there? Mitch, you're kidding. Oh, how mean. What mean person did that, anyway?

Mitch: Me.

Matt: All right.

Mitch: Ok, I'm sorry. I was the mean person, but we're going to make it up right now.

Felicia: Oh, how are you going to do that?

Mitch: Poor Daisy.

Felicia: Look how sad she is.

Mitch: Just needs a little--

Felicia: Go to papa, honey.

Matt: She just needs a little treat or something.

Felicia: Show him the trick? Matt, have you seen the trick?

Matt: She knows a trick already?

Felicia: She does...

Amanda: So I think this is going to be my best work yet.

Sam: We weren't going to talk about work.

Amanda: Right.

Sam: So did you really think that guy Tim was good-looking?

Amanda: We weren't going to talk about that guy Tim tonight.

Sam: Right.

Amanda: Right.

Sam: Right.

Amanda: So what time did we say we were going to pick Alli up from Mrs. Martin?

Sam: Um--9:00.

Amanda: She's being so cute lately. Not only does she say "Mama" and "dada," but she said that--

Sam: Whoa. We weren't going to talk about Alli, either.

Sam and Amanda: Right.

Amanda: So what do we talk about?

Sam: We really--well, you know, if we don't want to, we don't have to talk.

>> ...Trying to hold on to what he needs he'd give up all his comforts and sleep out in the rain if she said that's the way it ought to be when a man loves a woman I give you everything I had trying to hold on to your precious love baby please don't treat me bad

Cass: Come on, light her up!

Caroline: Whoo!

Cass: Little better timing. Yeah!

Caroline: Here it goes.

Cass: That's it. Pay attention, keep your eye on the ball.

Caroline: Whoo!

Cass: Take the other side, let me take this side. Ah, well, sometimes they get away, you know?

Caroline: You really are good. You really are good.

Cass: You ain't seen nothing yet. Put a quarter in there.

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