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Another World Transcript Thursday 12/9/04

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Evan: Oo, yeah. Mm-hmm.

[Giggling]

[Blows party horn]

Evan: And a happy, happy new year.

Caroline: Same to you.

Evan: You know, you don't sound all that enthusiastic about 1989.

Caroline: I'm glad you were home tonight.

Evan: Well, I'm glad I was here, too.

Caroline: What are you doing?

Evan: Oh, I've got places to go and people to see.

Caroline: You're going out celebrating?

Evan: Yeah, my presence was requested at Sam and Amandaís place.

Caroline: Isn't it a little bit late?

Evan: Well, things are probably starting to wind down there a little bit, but a crowded room's not my thing anyway.

Caroline: Yeah, you're always more skilled at the intimate gathering.

Evan: Right.

Caroline: Just tell me something.

Evan: Ok, sure.

Caroline: What are you up to with Amanda?

Amanda: Bye, Mom and dad.

Sam: Happy New Year. Thanks a lot.

Amanda: Happy New Year.

Amanda: Well, that was fun.

Sam: Yeah, things went ok.

Amanda: I'm just sorry it had to end so soon.

Sam: I'm not.

Amanda: Why, are you tired?

Sam: No. I was just thinking that it's not very often that we have Alli staying overnight at the sitterís.

Amanda: That's true.

Sam: And we have the whole place to ourselves.

Amanda: So, since you're not tired, are you going to help me clean up?

Sam: No.

Amanda: You're going to make me do it all by myself?

Sam: No.

Sharlene: John, come on, we better--John, we can call from the corner. Come on, we better get help. John, it's spreading too fast. Come on! Come on!

Evan: All right, what makes you think I'm up to something?

Caroline: Evan, you're always up to something. I'm just wondering why it's Amanda.

Evan: I work for the Cory's, remember?

Caroline: Oh, you look after their whole family?

Evan: Of course.

Caroline: Let me see. It's a few minutes every day with Mac Cory.

Evan: That's right.

Caroline: And then there's Rachel.

Evan: Sure.

Caroline: But you seem to spend most of your time--it's a full-time job, in fact--with Amanda.

Evan: Well, she just happens to work for "Brava," too.

Caroline: I don't see you shepherding other writers around.

Evan: You know, this is not too attractive on you, sweetheart.

Caroline: Oh, and you also spend time with Iris.

Evan: Are you jealous?

Caroline: Does Amanda like all this attention?

Evan: Are you really worried about Amanda?

Caroline: She's married to Sam. And if there's anything that will upset my client I want to know about it.

Evan: Well, I've never seen you so involved with a client before.

Caroline: I've never had someone like Sam Fowler.

Evan: He's a good-looking guy.

Caroline: He's a talented man.

Evan: Yeah, and that's your only interest in him.

Caroline: I'm going to take him to the top. He just needs a few rough edges smoothed out.

Evan: Well, is one of those rough edges Amanda?

[Door opens and closes]

Evan: Shh, shh.

Iris: Hello. I just left Sam and Amandaís and I was feeling a little bit--oh, well, well, well. Hello, Caroline.

Caroline: Hello, Iris.

Iris: Having a little sleepover, are we?

Evan: It's after midnight, Iris.

Iris: Oh, I'm sorry. I apologize for interrupting.

Caroline: You didn't interrupt. Darling, I'm going to have a shower. You don't mind, do you?

Evan: No, please be my guest.

Caroline: Uh--excuse me, won't you? I'll only be a few minutes.

Evan: Why don't we just adjourn into the living room?

Iris: Why? You look like you could finish dressing.

Evan: I would just be a minute, please?

Iris: Oh, take as long as you like.

Evan: I'll tell you something. She's going to begin to wonder why you just stopped over here in the middle of the night.

Iris: I'm sure you can think of something clever.

Evan: See, I never know what you're thinking when you talk so polite to me like that.

Iris: Well, I thought I was going to see you tonight. You were invited to Sam and Amandaís.

Evan: Well isn't that funny, but I was on my way over there.

Iris: Well, it's just a little bit late. But of course you were unavoidably detained. Don't worry, I'm not upset. Exclusivity was never part of our arrangement.

Evan: It could be.

Iris: Well, I just have a question to ask.

Evan: Shoot.

Iris: She's nothing but a pretty face. So when is it going to end?

Josie: Matthew, I never said that.

Matt: Yes, but it's a much better story if I say you did.

Josie: You're awful.

Matt: I know. Let's get inside.

Josie: It's cold.

Josie: I had the best time tonight.

Matt: Me, too.

Josie: I really felt comfortable around your family for the first time.

Matt: Good. Things are looking up.

Josie: Yeah. Mrs. Wheeler and your dad, I mean, they've been so nice to me.

Matt: Good.

Josie: And Sam and Amanda, I've always liked them.

Matt: And then there's my mom, right?

Josie: Yeah, she was nice.

Matt: I thought she was really making an effort tonight.

Josie: An effort?

Matt: And I think that she's really excited that you might take classes part-time this semester.

Josie: I guess.

Matt: What do you mean you guess? She was asking you all sorts of questions like--

Josie: Like she was suspicious.

Matt: Really? Is that how you felt?

Josie: Yeah. I felt like she was driving for some kind of information or something. I--I don't know.

Matt: Hey, hey, hey. She was probably just worried that we're going to get in the same classes, then you're going to distract me. I'll never graduate, I'll probably become a bum, and--

Josie: I am going to make you study so hard.

Matt: Oh, yeah?

Josie: Yeah.

Matt: Yeah?

Josie: Yeah.

Matt: I really should get going.

Josie: No, stay.

Matt: Itís... your uncle Jason.

Josie: My uncle Jasonís in Chicago.

Matt: Your mom...

Josie: My mom's with John, remember? Matthew, it's been such a wonderful night. I just don't want it to end yet.

Sharlene: Come on, what's wrong with you? John, we've got to get out of here. Come on! John! John, it's everywhere!

[Coughing] John, no! What's the matter with you?

Sharlene: No! What's the matter with you?

John: Sharlene? Sharlene! "@

[Coughing]

John: Sharlene.

Amanda: So, it sounds like we are enjoying our new success, aren't we?

Sam: I really hate those I-told-you-so types. So what else do you want?

Amanda: Oh... I want your paintings to sell like crazy.

Sam: I've got an idea for a new series.

Amanda: Really?

Sam: Mm-hmm.

Amanda: Tell me.

Sam: No, I can't do that. Not till I start work on it. So what else do you want?

Amanda: I want my stories to rock the world.

Sam: Oh, yeah? Well, how soon does that one come out on the video dating service?

Amanda: Oh, I'm not even done researching that yet.

Sam: What kind of research?

Amanda: You really don't like me dating, do you?

Sam: As your husband and the father of your child, no, I don't like the idea.

Amanda: It won't be very long. Do you ever get afraid?

Sam: Of what?

Amanda: Of what's going to happen.

Sam: How do you mean?

Amanda: It's just sometimes I wonder if things are really going to work out the way we plan them.

Sam: Well, then they'll work out some other way. Come on, we'll always be happy.

Amanda: Will we?

Sam: Yeah. I hope. Oh, no, don't you start me thinking that way, uh-uh.

Amanda: I know exactly what we have to do.

Sam: What?

Amanda: We are going to figure out how well we're going to do next year and then we'll know exactly how we're going to feel.

Sam: What are you talking about?

Amanda: Your paintings. We're going to see the future.

Sam: Oh, this is a card trick that you've learned for tonight, is that it?

Amanda: No. I'm going to read your body fortune.

Sam: How much champagne have you had?

Amanda: Just relax and put yourself in my hands. Relax.

Sam: Ok. Sure, and you're going to read my body fortune, is that it?

Amanda: Give me your palms. Palms.

Sam: Palms?

Amanda: Out.

Sam: Out. Come on, that tickles. It does.

Amanda: All right, come on, let me do your neck. Start with the neck, ok?

Sam: Mm-hmm.

Sam: That isn't bad. That isn't bad at all.

Amanda: See if he's warm. Mm. Mm-hmm. Now your shoulders.

Sam: What about my lips? What do my lips tell you? Do they tell you anything at all?

Amanda: Oh, yes.

Evan: I thought we had an arrangement.

Iris: Well, I just said that. I'm just making inquiries about when this is going to finish with Caroline.

Evan: Well, I'm sorry, I don't live my life on timetables.

Iris: Well, we didn't come to Bay City to play.

Evan: Look, I know that. And you know that I know that.

Iris: Look, the problem is not with other women, the problem is with Caroline.

Evan: Why?

Iris: Because she's too close to Sam and I don't want to get him too close to you.

Evan: What, I'm going to tell little secrets, is that it?

Iris: Well, it could happen. I mean, she could discover something and you might not even have realized it.

Evan: Look, she wonít.

Iris: Well I'd rather not take that chance.

Evan: Look, Caroline can be very useful to us.

Iris: How?

Evan: One, she's sold on Sam. All right? Two, she wants him moving up. And three, she's not going to let anybody slow him down.

Iris: Anybody meaning Amanda.

Evan: Well, that's the feeling I get.

Iris: Oh, that sounds rather nice.

Evan: Now, if you want Amandaís marriage to go down the tubes you're just going to have to leave it up to me.

Iris: It's not just a silly marriage, it's her. I want her to feel how I felt.

Evan: Take it easy.

Iris: The worst day of my life was the day she was born... the day Amanda was born. I remember my father, the look of joy on his face and then the things he said to me. He made me feel like nothing!

Evan: Come on, come on. Stop it, you're going to put her in her place.

Iris: Well, that's where you're supposed to help me. You haven't made much progress.

Evan: Would you just relax? Come on now, everything's going to start to roll tonight.

Iris: Tonight?

Evan: Yes, that's why I was on my way to the party.

Iris: Well, the party was just about over when I left.

Evan: Well, then I'll just have to interrupt them. And I think everybody else is gone.

Iris: Oh, I'd like to see you do something really meaningful.

Evan: I'll tell you what, why don't we just take one step at a time here? Do you want to have a lot of fun tonight? Why don't we just invite Caroline to join us?

Iris: We--I'm not going.

Evan: Yes. Why not? See, she can work on Sam while you and I work on Amanda.

Iris: Hmm.

Caroline: Still here?

Evan: Yes, we've just been waiting for you.

Caroline: Really?

Iris: Yes, we want you to come to a party with us.

Caroline: What party?

Iris: To celebrate New Yearís Eve. Oh, don't look so suspicious, it's only at Sam and Amandaís. It'll be fun.

Evan: Right, so what do you say?

Iris: Please say yes. I think it's time you and I became better friends.

[Sirens sounding]

[Coughing]

John: I got you, I've got you.

[Coughing]

John: Sharlene. Sharlene, come on. It's all right.

Sharlene: Fire.

John: It's ok.

Sharlene: No, it's everywhere--

John: It's ok, we're outside. We made it outside. Do you understand that? Huh?

Sharlene: Yeah. Oh, John, you wouldn't move.

John: Are you in any pain? Get some help. Call the fire department, get an ambulance.

Sharlene: I can't tell if I--

John: Here, see if you can sit up.

Sharlene: Oh, oh--no, no, no.

John: All right, just relax. Lay back. Here...put this under your head. Just let me do it, let me do it. Here. All right, now tell me where it hurts.

Sharlene: It's on my side.

John: Side?

Sharlene: Careful.

John: Come on, Sharlene, don't be brave, tell me where it hurts.

Sharlene: I'm not being--oh, that's it!

John: Why don't you just try-- get back, get back.

Policeman: Is she all right?

John: Yeah, she's all right. We need an ambulance.

Policeman: Ok, they're on their way.

Sharlene: No, I don't need an ambulance.

John: Listen, you've got to have an ambulance whether you want one or not.

Sharlene: I'm fine.

John: We need to get your ribs x-rayed, Sharlene.

Sharlene: The restaurant-- somebody should call Vince.

John: Just relax. Wait until the ambulance gets here, ok?

Sharlene: Great, what a night.

John: I'll say this; you certainly started the New Year off with a bang, didn't you?

Sharlene: We're so lucky.

John: Yeah.

Sharlene: If you hadn't been there, John.

John: We made it... this time. The paramedics are here. Hey, over here! Over here!

Josie: It's a nice fire.

Matt: Yeah. Oo, cocoa, yes. Thank you very much. To you.

Josie: Oh, I'm sorry.

Matt: No, it's not your fault. Hot chocolate is supposed to be hot.

Josie: Right.

Matt: Listen, why don't we dance while we let these cool off.

Josie: Ok.

>> I'll always love you for the rest of my days you have won my heart and my soul with your sweet sexy ways you gave me hope when I needed someone near you bring me happiness every day of every year and I'll always love you for all that you are

>> All that you are

>> You have made my life complete you're my lucky star you are the one that I've been searching for

[Knock on door]

Sam: What time is it?

Amanda: It's late.

Sam: Ah, they'll go away.

Amanda: What if they don't?

[Knock on door]

Sam: Who the hell can that be?

Amanda: Maybe it's just somebody looking for another apartment.

Sam: Oh, great. Just what we need right now is a bunch of drunks who don't even know where their apartment is.

[Knock on door]

Sam: Ok.

[Sam growls]

Evan: Happy New Year!

Iris: Happy New Year!

>> You bring me happiness every day of every year and I'll always love you for all that you are

>> All that you are

>> You have made my life...

Josie: What's wrong?

Matt: Nothing, it's just...

Josie: Matthew, did I do something wrong?

Matt: No. Josie, if I don't stop now, I never will.

Josie: It's ok.

Matt: No, Josie, you mean so much to me, I--

Josie: Matthew, what did I do? Matthew, where are you going?

>> You are my everything tell me who could ask for more and I'll always love you

Josie: What did I do wrong?

>> Honey, this will never end I need you by my side, baby

>> My side

>> You're my lover my friend--

[Music stops]

Kenny: What's wrong?

Josie: Kenny.

Kenny: Hi.

Sharlene: Really, I'm fine.

John: Sharlene, will you just let the man do his job?

Paramedic: Your blood pressure's good, but you're going to need some x-rays.

Sharlene: If something were broken it would hurt a lot more than this.

John: No, not necessarily. Besides, you were unconscious.

Paramedic: And because you were unconscious we are legally bound to transport you to the hospital.

John: You hear that?

Sharlene: I'm really all right.

Paramedic: Come on, Harry.

John: Sharlene, just take it easy, would you, please? Watch her arm, good.

Sharlene: I know, I am fine.

Paramedic: We're going to lift you up here on the count of 3, all right? One, two, three.

John: Easy, easy, great.

Fireman: How is she?

John: She's doing all right, I guess.

Sharlene: Call Vince.

John: Right.

Fireman: It's a good thing you were with her. You have training?

John: Yeah, a little. Look, we need to notify the owner of the restaurant.

Fireman: Ah, McKinnon.

John: Right.

Fireman: Yeah, he's on his way. Are you sure there was nobody else in the building?

John: No, I don't think so. They had some other tenants but they moved out when they started doing restoration.

Fireman: We're lucky on this one. The best thing you can do now is get her checked out and clear the area.

John: All right, I'll do it.

Fireman: Get that second truck out past the pole. Somebody call Samuels, tell him to move it. Hey, I said nobody behind the line.

Vince: I'm the owner. Did the people get out?

Fireman: Yeah, yeah, everybody's out. Everybody's safe. Listen, I'll send somebody back with information for you later.

Vince: How bad is it?

Fireman: The roof hasn't gone yet. We're doing everything we can. Come on, open it up, we need more pressure.

Iris: So there I was heading home and I ran into Evan and Caroline.

Evan: And we couldn't think of a better way to start the New Year off without saying hello to you two.

Iris: So I decided to come and join them. Besides, I didn't want my little sister to think I was rude because I'd gone home so early.

Amanda: Oh, no, I didnít. So, happy New Year!

Iris: Happy New Year!

Caroline: Thank you.

Amanda: Sam, would you bartend?

Sam: Yeah, sure.

Caroline: Sam, let me help you. I hope we didn't interrupt anything.

Sam: Oh, nothing we can't finish a little bit later.

Caroline: Good.

Sam: All right. Happy New Year.

Caroline: Thank you. You know, 1988 really wasn't such a bad year.

Sam: Oh, really?

Caroline: The move to come to Bay City was probably one of the best decisions I've ever made in my life.

Sam: Really?

Caroline: Mm. I discovered Sam Fowler and also signed him to a 5-year contract.

Sam: Assuming he delivers.

Caroline: You will. I mean, your first show was such a success. So when can I start planning the next one?

Sam: You don't miss a beat, do you?

Caroline: Just doing my job.

Sam: What, you're going to keep me chained to the easel?

Caroline: That's going to be the easy part.

Sam: Why do I have a feeling there's some bad news coming up?

Caroline: It's not bad news. I'm just reminding you that when you're starting out half your time is spent doing publicity.

Sam: Caroline, look, it's the wee hours of the morning on the first day of the New Year, so can we just leave it alone for tonight?

Caroline: Look, I know you don't like it, Sam, but it's true.

Sam: Ok, I just--look, once a month, all right? I mean that.

Caroline: Fine. So we'll go to the opening of the Cafe Paradise, right? Which just happens to have its entrance right in my gallery, thank you very much.

Sam: Oh, that's clever, isn't it?

Caroline: Always. I'm sure it's going to attract the right crowd, too.

Sam: [British accent] Oh, yes, of course, very upper crust.

Caroline: Well, since it's your father-in-law who owns it it's going to attract some pretty high-flying buyers.

Sam: I really hate this.

Caroline: But all you have to do is be there. You were going to go anyway, weren't you?

Sam: Yeah, probably.

Caroline: Great. Because I have something planned for the entrance, which is bound to get us publicity.

Sam: Us?

Amanda: You know, it's funny, I just don't think of you as being without a tie.

Evan: Well, you know, a lot of people seem to think of me as being born in a suit.

Amanda: I guess I was one of them.

Evan: Well, you better be careful. There may be a lot of things about me you don't know.

Amanda: Such as?

Evan: Well, let's see. This is a true story. Did you know that I once owned the Empire State building?

Amanda: You did not.

Evan: Yes I did, for a day.

Amanda: You're kidding?

Evan: No, I used to work at this big brokerage house that was way down on Wall Street. So one day one of our clients decided he wanted to buy out, like, a whole block of buildings.

Amanda: Including the Empire State building.

Evan: Uh-huh. So the man and the president of the firm, they go out to lunch. They do not come back.

Amanda: What?

Evan: They went out drinking. So the deadline-filing date was coming up and it was due and the vice president of the firm was freaking out. He's going, "Bates, just handle it! Bates, just handle it!" And he walks away from me.

Amanda: So you bought the building?

Evan: I said, "why not?" All I had to do was sign on the dotted line and that big baby was all mine.

Amanda: That's wild!

Evan: Paid in full. That's a true story, I swear to God.

Amanda: Oh, come on.

Evan: It's true. I didn't work for them long after that...

Amanda: So it should be a really great day for Grandma.

Evan: Well, I'll make sure that I'm there.

Amanda: I think Cafe Paradise is going to be a nice change for her, too. You know something I just realized?

Evan: What?

Amanda: I've been talking to you all night long.

Evan: Well, that's ok, I'm not complaining. I kind of like it.

Amanda: Well, I'd better talk to Caroline before she thinks I'm too rude.

Iris: Amanda?

Amanda: Mm-hmm?

Iris: Um--well, I just wanted to talk to you about the article.

Amanda: Well, I filled you in on the video match, didn't I?

Iris: No, not that one, the article on Felicia. You know, the rags to riches story.

Amanda: Oh, I sent you the outline.

Iris: Well, now I need a draft of the first segment.

Amanda: Oh. Well, I'll work on it tomorrow.

Iris: We're not working you too hard, are we, darling?

Amanda: No, no, I can handle it.

Iris: Good.

Amanda: I'm just glad that somebody trusts with this much responsibility.

Iris: Well, I think you are a very bright young lady and you've got a wonderful future ahead of you. In fact, I'm always saying to Evan--he's so sweet, he keeps me up to date on your progress, but it's really nice to have it just straight from the source occasionally.

Amanda: Well, I hope the stories turn out well.

Iris: Are you joking? If you come up with something for that video dating service it's going to be on our cover.

Amanda: Really?

Iris: Mm-hmm. In fact, if I think it's as good as I hope it is, I'm going to submit you for the Devilbiss award.

Amanda: My article?

Iris: Mm-hmm.

Evan: Don't tell me you haven't thought about it.

Amanda: Well, maybe. But do you really think--

Iris: Yeah, I think it's pretty startling for a beginner, don't you? I mean, you'll be the youngest recipient ever.

Amanda: Do you really think there's a chance?

Iris: Yes, I do. Oh, wouldn't that be a feather in the cap for "Brava."

Amanda: Oh, wow.

Iris: And Rachel and daddy would be so proud of you.

Amanda: I definitely think I'm going to be working tomorrow.

Iris: Good.

Kenny: Mm, this is good, thanks.

Josie: Sure. So your party was a bust, huh?

Kenny: Yeah, all the frat brothers left and took their dates to go to other parties. Before you knew it, the only thing that was left was a bunch of pledges looking at this huge mess to clean up.

Josie: Did you bring a date?

Kenny: No.

Josie: You miss Carrie?

Kenny: Uh--it's not so bad. I mean, we weren't getting along anymore anyway.

Josie: I'm still really sorry that you broke up.

Kenny: Thanks. So, Matt just brought you home and left, huh?

Josie: More or less.

Kenny: Did you guys have a fight?

Josie: No, no, we didn't have a fight. The evening just ended kind of funny, that's all.

Kenny: Well, I've had a few of those.

Josie: Kenny, can I ask you a question?

Kenny: Sure.

Josie: Do I seem like a dumb farm girl to you?

Kenny: Are you kidding?

Josie: No, I'm not. Please, tell me the truth.

Kenny: You are great. Really, you are great. And I know Matt thinks so, too.

Josie: I used to think he did. Now I'm not so sure.

Kenny: Why?

Josie: He keeps his distance, you know?

Kenny: I guess.

Josie: I'm so afraid because he means so much to me, and, oh, God, I don't want to lose him.

Kenny: Hey, maybe it was just an off night for him, you know? Maybe it wasn't you at all.

Josie: I just want to be everything he wants me to be.

Kenny: Listen to me, Josie. Hey, look at me. You are without a doubt the sexiest and the sweetest girl I've ever met. And I really mean that.

John: Let's get you to bed and you'll be fine. Gosh, it's cold.

Josie: Mama, what in the world?

Sharlene: Don't start getting all worked up, honey.

Josie: You look awful.

Sharlene: I'm fine.

Josie: What happened?

John: There was a fire at Maryís place. Your mother and I were there alone, but we've made it out ok.

Josie: Were you hurt?

Sharlene: I just have some bruised ribs, I'm fine.

John: We just came from the hospital. She had them x-rayed. She was examined. She's fine, but she does need some rest.

Sharlene: Yeah, and I'd like to sit down for a minute if you don't mind.

Josie: I'll get you some blankets. Kenny, can you help me?

Kenny: Yeah.

Sharlene: I knew she'd get upset.

John: Just take it easy.

Sharlene: I am.

[Sharlene moans]

John: Of course she's going to get upset. You're the only mother she's got.

[Sharlene groans]

John: And you need to get some rest. Come on, put them up. Get them up.

Sharlene: I am--oo, oh, oh, hmm.

John: Ok?

Sharlene: That's great. John, there's something I need to ask you now that we're alone.

John: Ask away.

Sharlene: What happened to you during the fire? What was going through your mind?

Sam: What do you mean, Amanda can't go?

Caroline: Please don't get upset.

Sam: Look, Caroline, she's my wife, ok?

Caroline: I know, but--

Sam: No, wait a second. Her grandmother's going to run the place, her father owns it, how can she not go?

Caroline: I'm not saying she can't go, I'm just saying she can't go with you.

Sam: What the hell are you talking about?

Caroline: Look, would you just trust me on this one?

Sam: No.

Caroline: A married man, no matter how lovely his wife is, is not as provocative.

Sam: So what, I'm not provocative.

Caroline: But you could be. Just let a little bit of the mystery to be revealed.

Sam: Oh, come on, Caroline.

Caroline: Look, an artist reveals his secret passions with his work.

Sam: Then fine. Let my work speak for itself. We're selling my paintings here, Caroline, not me.

Caroline: From a P.R. point of view, we're selling both. Single is sexy, promising.

Sam: Oh, great. So now that I'm married, I'm dead meat, is that it?

Caroline: Look, you're not going to believe me, so can you just try and trust me?

Sam: Not with this, Caroline. This is just a little stupid.

Iris: Sam would you be a darling and escort Caroline down to the car, please?

Sam: Yeah, sure.

Caroline: Oh, I didn't know I was going yet.

Iris: Well, it's terribly late and I thought maybe Sam and Amanda might like to be alone.

Caroline: Fine, I'll tell Evan.

Iris: Well, don't worry about Evan. I've got some business things to discuss with him so I can do that when I'm driving him home.

Caroline: Business?

Iris: Mm-hmm.

Caroline: Tonight?

Iris: Well, that's all right, isn't it?

Caroline: Of course. Good night.

Iris: Good night, nice to see you.

Caroline: Nice seeing you. Amanda, thank you, it was a lovely evening.

Amanda: Oh, you're welcome.

Caroline: I'm sorry I was just so late.

Amanda: I'm glad you could make it.

Caroline: I don't pay much attention to time, actually. Good night, Evan.

Evan: Good night.

Caroline: Well, I guess I'll be--sweet dreams.

Sam: Amanda, I'll take her down to her car. I'll see you in a minute.

Amanda: All right, good-bye.

Caroline: Good night, everyone.

Evan: Bye-bye.

Amanda: Bye.

Iris: Oh, Evan would you be a darling and get my coat, please?

Evan: Well, yes I will. Would you excuse me, please?

Iris: Amanda?

Amanda: Mm-hmm.

Iris: Thank you for inviting me tonight.

Amanda: Well, I'm glad you could be here.

Iris: You know, one of the greatest things about 1988 has been getting to know my little sister. Someone I've only heard about for the last few years.

Amanda: Me, too. You've been very good to me.

Iris: Oh, that's all right. The best part is yet to come. That's all in the future.

Vince: Hey, I've got to know!

Fireman: Oh, right. Sorry, Mr. McKinnon--

Vince: What's going on?

Fireman: I'm real sorry.

Vince: They're just letting it burn!

Fireman: Our main job right now is to make sure the buildings around it don't catch.

Vince: That is my restaurant!

Fireman: I know how you feel.

Vince: No, you don't! That's all I've got.

Fireman: There's nothing we can do. I'm sorry.

John: I'll talk to you in the morning.

Sharlene: But John, you just stared at the flames as if you were seeing a ghost.

John: You've got a run.

Sharlene: What?

John: In your stocking, you've got a run in your stocking. I'd ask for a refund if I were you. I mean, if stockings can't even put up with a little old fire, what good are they?

Sharlene: I'll write them a letter in the morning.

John: Good. Tonight, sleep.

Sharlene: Did I say thank you?

John: Yeah. Yeah, you did. As a matter of fact, about a dozen times. I don't know what I would have done if something had happened to you.

Josie: There you go, Mom.

Kenny: Can I get you anything, Mrs. Watts, some soup or something?

Sharlene: No, Kenny, thank you. Actually, Josie, I think I'm going to go on up to bed. I'm a little more tired than I thought.

Josie: Here, let me help you.

Sharlene: All right.

Josie: Be careful getting up.

John: Be careful of her side.

Kenny: Here, I've got you.

Sharlene: Oh, John, I'm going to be mothered to death.

John: Looks to me like you're in pretty good hands.

Sharlene: All right, this way. Good night. See him to the door, will you?

John: That's ok. I can see myself out.

Josie: Come on, Mama, easy up the steps.

Kenny: Come on there.

Josie: Careful.

Sharlene: Oh, Josie, for heaven's sake. I hope you're not like this when I'm 80. I'm up, I'm up, I'm up.

Josie: Careful.

John: Good night.

[Explosions and gunfire]

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