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Another World Transcript Thursday 12/30/04
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Ronnie: Teddy, look, I have to go get ready for my set. I'm expecting a guest -- Mr. Edwards. When he comes, will you please send him to my dressing room?
Zack: Sorry I'm late.
Ronnie: Hey. No, you're not. I was just going to my dressing room.
Zack: Oh. Well, I can stay here and wait for you.
Ronnie: No, come with me. I mean, I could offer you some tea or something, unless you want --
Zack: Sure, sure. I'll come with you.
Marley: Are you sure you are up to this? You did just get back from the hospital.
Vicky: Absolutely positive. After next week, it's the old ball and chain, you know?
Marley: I can't help thinking about when I was married. I kept thinking, "How can anyone love anybody as much as I love Jake?"
Vicky: Well, I know what you mean.
Marley: But you know what? I love him even more now.
Vicky: You're very lucky, Marley.
Marley: I know I am. And so are you.
Vicky: I hope so.
Marley: Well, of course you will be. This is our year. I just hope I can make Jake as happy as you make Jamie. There is no stronger bond than a child. Victoria, is something wrong?
John: Here you are.
Sharlene: Thank you, sir.
John: Are you sure you want to go? I mean, it's awfully -- awfully cozy here. We could start a fire in the fireplace and - I don't know -- settle in.
Sharlene: Are you trying to weasel out of taking me to dinner?
John: No, no, I would never dream of that. It's a great idea.
John: You look so --
Sharlene: No, you said that already.
John: Well, I've said it already, but you still do. Are you sure you don't want to stay?
Sharlene: The Pelican club has music, has dancing.
John: I know. I know. But I was just beginning to think that things were really perfect right here.
John: Let's go.
Sharlene: John? I liked that.
Man: All right! Yeah! Yeah!
Kenny: Ok, ok, everybody, grab your numbered lei.
Woman: Ole, ole!
Kenny: Oh -- is is Fort Lauderdale, not Madrid.
Man: Number one!
Kenny: All right, now, here's the ticket. When the M.C. calls your number, there's the stage. Hit it and do your stuff, all right?
Man: All right! Yes!
Kenny: The winner will be
Man: Are we all set, man?
Kenny: We all set, boys and girls?
Kenny: Let's go, let's go! Look, can we have just another couple of minutes?
Man: No way, man. We're late. All right!
M.C.: Ladies and gentlemen, are we ready?
M.C.: Are we ready?
M.C.: Welcome to the first annual jamming for beach bash Miss and Mr. Sunshine contest!
[Rock 'n' roll plays]
Kenny: Hey, Josie, is that you? Josie!
Josie: All I can say is I'd better win that 50 bucks.
M.C.: All right, thank you very much, number eight. Thank you.
Kenny: Whoo! Whoa, that is perfect.
Josie: Well, it's only to have fun.
Kenny: You look terrific. Turn around. Oh, yeah, you got it made.
Josie: You don't think it's too much?
Kenny: Hey, why play if you don't play to win, right?
Josie: Well, I -- I feel a little weird.
Kenny: Come on, Josie. Look, it's a lot of fun, and I promise you it's for a good cause.
M.C.: Can we have number seven?
Kenny: Come on, Josie, just grin and bear it.
Josie: I can't do this! Look at what I'm up against! You didn't say it was a beauty contest!
Kenny: It's not. Really, it's not. Josie, think of it as a costume party. You know, you are by far the prettiest girl here.
Josie: You really think so?
Kenny: Well, of course. Why do you think I asked you to enter the contest, to see you lose?
Josie: No, I guess not.
Kenny: All right. You are going to win this thing hands down.
Josie: What if somebody recognizes me?
Kenny: Oh, Josie, your mother wouldn't recognize you in that getup!
Josie: Oh, you had to bring up my mother!
Kenny: Would you lighten up? In no time at all, you are going to be out of here with 50 bucks in your hand.
M.C.: Number five! Number five!
Kenny: Come on. Come on. Come on.
M.C.: Where are you, number five? Come on!
Josie: Kenny, I canít. I canít.
Kenny: Sure you can. Come on.
M.C.: Come on down!
Kenny: You can do this, babe!
M.C.: All right!
M.C.: Yeah, all right!
M.C.: All right, number five! Yes, five, five!
Marley: Come on, now, tell me about your wedding dress. Nicole designed it, right?
Vicky: Absolutely gorgeous, although it doesn't exactly hide my best feature.
Marley: Well, would you want to?
Vicky: No. No, not exactly, but sometimes I think I should. Not that I could. I mean, it seems to be growing by the minute.
Marley: I'm so happy for you. And you know who else I'm happy for?
Vicky: Who's that?
Marley: Me. I'm happy that I'm not jealous.
Vicky: Oh, Marley, I used to envy you. Now all I want is for you to have what you want. A baby of your own.
Marley: I just hope nothing comes between us.
Vicky: What could do that?
Marley: The baby.
Vicky: I thought you weren't jealous.
Marley: No, I know. I don't mean anything like that. It's just that once you have your baby, then we won't have time for time like this.
Vicky: Oh. Oh, you know, of course we will. Because I am going to make the girls' night out a regular part of my routine, I promise.
Marley: Well, I'll hold you to that.
Vicky: So I guess it's just a matter of time?
Vicky: Before you get pregnant.
Marley: Well, I certainly hope so.
Vicky: This medication that -- that Jake is taking to increase his sperm count --
Vicky: I'm sorry. It's just that I'm trying to help you because you keep so much inside.
Marley: Oh, well, it really doesn't have anything to do with me, actually. It's all Jake.
Vicky: Well, I wouldn't say anything to Jake about this. I know Jake better than anybody, and -- well, except you, of course.
Marley: You know, a long time ago, I was jealous of how close the two of you were.
Vicky: Jake loves you, Marley. And no matter what Jake and I used to have, it's over, and -- and it was never anything compared to what you two have now.
Marley: Well, you don't even have to say that anymore because, for the first time, I do not feel threatened by your friendship.
Vicky: Never feel threatened by me, ok?
Marley: You should have seen Jake when you were in that hospital.
Marley: Well, he was just so worried about you and the baby.
Vicky: How do you know that?
Marley: I could just tell.
Vicky: Did he say something?
Marley: No, it wasn't anything that he said. Well, actually, he did say something that was very interesting.
Rick: Hmm. Looks like I beat Julie Ann here.
Rick: Want me to buy you a beer or something?
Lisa: No, I can only stay a few minutes. I've got to meet Matthew by 10:00.
Rick: Oh. Pretty impressive. Burning the midnight oil?
Lisa: Well, I have a huge paralegal exam coming up.
Rick: Now, you're working all day and you're studying all night. Now, you're not pushing yourself too hard, are you?
Lisa: Well, it's better than being home alone. Oh, I hate it when I say things like that.
Rick: Well, why should you, I mean, if that's how you feel?
Lisa: Oh, thanks.
Rick: I mean -- I mean --
Lisa: Hey, John!
John: Hey, how are you? Good to see you.
Lisa: Hi, Sharlene. Hi.
Rick: How you doing, John?
John: Hi. How are you, Rick?
Sharlene: Good to see you.
John: Oh, this is Sharlene Watts.
Rick: Rick Graham. Yeah, we've met.
Sharlene: I remember meeting you, yeah.
John: How are your studies doing?
Lisa: So far, so good.
John: Great, great.
Rick: Yeah, you just watch her. She'll pass the paralegal test and the bar exam all in the same month.
Lisa: Oh, I highly doubt that.
John: You probably will.
Sharlene: Well, that must be interesting.
Rick: Even though I am losing you to Edwards and Winthrop.
John: Well, everyone loves Lisa. Hey, listen, why don't you two join us?
Lisa: Um, no. Actually, I'm on my way to the library.
Rick: And I'm waiting for Julie Ann. She's going to be here any minute.
John and Sharlene: Oh.
John: Well --
Sharlene: Maybe next time.
John: Next time, yeah.
Sharlene: Good to see you.
Rick: You know, it's so unlike Julie Ann to be this late.
Lisa: Do I detect more than the usual amount of concern?
Rick: Well, it's her car. I mean, it's a bomb. I've been trying to get her to trade it in.
Lisa: That's not what I meant.
Rick: No, no, it's not what you meant. Well, I like her very much.
Lisa: Do you want my expert legal advice?
Rick: If it's free, yeah.
Lisa: Yes, it's free. Go for it. Don't let anything stand in your way.
Rick: I accept your tip. How about that drink now?
Lisa: Actually, there's something I want to do. Will you excuse me?
Marley: You know, these things are starting to grow on me, actually.
Vicky: You know, you still haven't told me what Jake said.
Marley: Oh, well, I know, but I'm sure it's nothing that you haven't already hear"
Vicky: Well --
Marley: Well, he just said that you were his closest friend -- except me, of course.
Vicky: Oh. That's what he said?
Marley: He loves you, Vicky.
Vicky: Well, I love Jake, too.
Marley: Oh, if you would've said that a year ago, I would've been brought up on charges.
Vicky: "Twin strangles twin."
Marley: Oh. Isn't it amazing how things work out sometimes?
Lisa: Hi, Marley. Vicky. I wanted to talk to you for a minute if it's not a bad time.
Vicky: No, I guess not.
Marley: You know what? I'm going to go call Jake. Excuse me.
Lisa: May I sit down?
Lisa: Vicky, I wanted to apologize. I'm sorry.
Vicky: Lisa, I'm sure you are.
Lisa: I was going to write you a letter, but then I decided that's the coward's way. So I'm here to tell you in person. I'm sorry you had to go through all of that. I never would've forgiven myself --
Vicky: You don't have to -- you don't have to say it. I know what you're trying to say.
Lisa: No matter what was going on between you and me, I had no right to come on so strong and risk hurting you and your baby.
Vicky: No, I -- I slipped, lost my balance. Pregnant women do it all the time.
Lisa: Well, I hope we can both put this behind us.
Vicky: I definitely don't want to dwell on the past.
Lisa: Me either. There's something else. This is hard for me to say, but I think it's important for you and for me.
Lisa: It's always been very clear to me how Jamie -- how important the baby was to him. He loved your baby from the start, and now he loves you, too. I know him. I can see it.
Vicky: I know -- I know how hard --
Lisa: Oh, you don't have to say anything. You and Jamie belong together. You're a family.
Rick: Lisa, what's the matter? Are you all right?
Lisa: I will be.
Marley: Are you ok?
Lisa: Yeah, I'm fine.
Marley: Good. Excuse me.
Lisa: Well, say hi to Julie Ann.
Rick: Yeah, I will.
Lisa: See you later.
Rick: Take care.
Marley: What happened?
Vicky: I must say, Jamie has good taste in women.
Marley: So what did she say?
Vicky: Jamie loves me.
Marley: Victoria, it's true.
Vicky: Isn't that incredible?
Marley: Well, I talked to Jake, and he said that he would like to join us. Ok?
Vicky: Good. Well, then we'll have to get all that girl talk out of the way while we wait for him.
Marley: Ok. What do you say we talk about the shower?
Marley: You know, I was a little bit nervous about it before.
Marley: The thought of you unwrapping all those sweet, little pastel baby clothes made me sick with envy.
Vicky: But you don't have to be.
Marley: Oh, I know. Hey, it's over now.
Vicky: Is it?
Marley: I can look at baby booties and rattles and feel happy for you. I want you to know that. I'm so happy for you, Vicky. I never want there to be any secrets between us again.
Vicky: I don't either. No secrets at all.
Marley: Good. Good. And you know what? I get to shop for baby clothes anyway. Wait till you see what I got for your baby.
M.C.: Let's have another round for number five! All right, number five!
Singer: I'm picking up good vibrations
M.C.: All right! All right, number five! Come on, number five!
Singers: Excitations good, good, good good vibrations bop bop
M.C.: All right, number five, yeah! All right!
M.C.: All right, number five! Number five! All right, number five, yeah! Come on! Do we have a winner in the women's division or do we not?
M.C.: Do we have our Miss sunshine or do we not?
M.C.: Are we going to beat the winter blues?
M.C.: Well, then let's party!
Singer: Just let me hear some of that rock 'n' roll music
Kenny: Congratulations. What did I tell you? All the guys loved you.
Josie: Not all of them.
Kenny: Are you kidding? These guys -- did you hear them? They were going nuts!
Josie: Not the one I wanted.
Matt: Pst, pst, pst, pst. Want to take a break?
Lisa: Matthew, didn't you tell me that Josie was going to come over here and meet you soon?
Matt: Are you implying that I'm sloughing off?
Lisa: You've only been reading for 15 minutes.
Matt: I'm a quick study.
Lisa: Yeah, I'll bet.
Matt: If the conditions are good, I consume knowledge at a phenomenal rate. It's incredible.
Lisa: And what determines if the conditions are good?
Matt: Well, vibes, the general atmospheric energy --
Lisa: You're crazy.
Matt: Well, come on, come on, come on, you work too hard. Let's just go do something else.
Lisa: Why don't you just finish your assignment, and then you and Josie can go have some fun?
Matt: I'm having fun right now.
Lisa: You're just like him.
Matt: Like who?
Lisa: Your brother.
Matt: That turkey?
Lisa: Stop that.
Matt: Well, he is. So, how you doing with all this? The wedding's next week. Must be kind of rough, huh?
Lisa: Actually, I'm kind of relieved. And I think I'm going to feel even better once the wedding's over with. Vicky and Jamie are getting on with their lives and I'm getting on with mine.
Matt: I know why he loved you. But I can't understand how he could let you go.
Zack: You got quite a crowd to listen to you sing tonight.
Ronnie: Yeah. Look, I reserved a booth for you. I'll join you after the set?
Zack: I'll be waiting.
Ronnie: I'm glad we had a chance to talk.
Zack: Yeah, I'm glad, too. I'm known to have workaholic tendencies.
Ronnie: Oh, really?
Zack: You got me pegged.
Ronnie: Yeah, this -- this thing with Reuben, it's been a big strain on all of us.
Zack: Well, Ronnie, look, I want you to know, while Reubenís not one of my favorite people --
Ronnie: Oh, Zack, you don't know him.
Zack: You're right, and maybe I'm being totally unfair --
Ronnie: Well, you saw how he was with Pilara.
Zack: Right, and he's part of your family, so I'm sure he's got to have some good points. Maybe now he'll get a chance to show them.
Ronnie: Well, I hope so.
Zack: Look, Cass had more faith in him than I did.
Ronnie: Well, Cass doesn't know what you know -- I mean, what can happen to kids like Reuben when they don't want to help themselves.
Zack: Well, did you talk to your mother?
Ronnie: No, she doesn't know.
Zack: She doesn't know anything about this?
Zack: You took care of it?
Ronnie: Well, what good would it have done to upset her?
Zack: You're always so responsible.
Ronnie: Well, you make it sound like there's something wrong with being responsible.
Zack: Don't get mad, now.
Ronnie: No, no -- yeah, you're right, I am always responsible, more responsible than most people.
Zack: And why is that?
Ronnie: Because I'm a black woman, for one thing. I have more to prove.
Zack: Don't you think you're overreacting? Didn't we go through this --?
Ronnie: No, I donít. I mean, look at what happened with the head nurse job at the hospice.
Zack: I remember.
Ronnie: I mean, I was crazy enough to think that people would understand I wanted to be a nurse and a singer.
Zack: And you still think they didn't hire you because you're singing in here?
Ronnie: That's right. Nobody took me seriously.
Zack: I do.
Zack: I'm starting to take you seriously. Very seriously.
Rick: This is pretty good.
Julie Ann: Hmm.
Rick: These test dates -- I think they're working out ok.
Julie Ann: Yeah. They're not so bad.
Rick: I think maybe we should do it every night.
Julie Ann: Ok.
Rick: Except for next time, don't keep me waiting so long.
Julie Ann: Ahem. My brother's over there.
Julie Ann: Well, Zack is just a touch overprotective.
Rick: Well, so am I.
Marley: You know, Jake should be here soon and we'll all be able to celebrate. Vicky?
Vicky: Uh, yeah. What are we celebrating?
Marley: That we're all together before you get married.
Vicky: You know, the three of us are going to be close even after we're married.
Marley: I certainly hope so.
Vicky: You know, when I used to be in Lassiter, I'd feel so alone and I used to dream about having a family. I never imagined I could have a sister as nice as you, as good.
Marley: You make me sound perfect.
Vicky: Marley, could you ever hate me?
Marley: Where did that come from?
Vicky: If I did something really horrible and stupid --
Marley: Vicky --
Vicky: Would you forgive me?
Marley: You don't have to worry.
Vicky: What do you mean?
Marley: I know exactly what you're talking about.
Vicky: You do? I don't know how Welchís does it.
Marley: You think you trapped Jamie into marrying you.
Vicky: Yeah. Yeah, that's what it was.
Marley: Vicky, first of all, I wouldn't hate you if you did something like that, and second of all, you didn't even do that.
Vicky: Sometimes I'm not so sure.
Marley: Oh, honey, Jamie loves you. He loves you because he's -- he's come to know you, just like I know you and Jake knows you and --
Jake: Jake who?
Marley: Oh, hi, sweetheart.
Jake: Hey, killer, you look beautiful.
Marley: Sure does.
Vicky: Oh, thanks. So do you. Hey, congratulations. Marley told me your good news.
Jake: Yeah, well, the -- the doctor seems to think the surgery went all right.
Marley: Let's hope.
Jake: You sure you feel up to being here?
Marley: Well, you know, I talked to her about that earlier, and she convinced me to come, and I'm so glad because we've had a wonderful time. Haven't we? It's been great.
Vicky: Absolutely. But as a matter of fact, I'm starting to feel a little tired.
Marley: Oh, no. You are?
Vicky: Yeah. Sorry you came all the way over here, Jake.
Jake: It's all right, it's ok.
Vicky: Uh, uncle John and Sharlene are over there. I'm just going to go say hi and then split.
Vicky: You two, stay, have a great time.
Marley: Oh, no.
Jake: Forget about it. We're going to drop you off at the loft, ok?
Vicky: What about my car?
Marley: Well --
Jake: I'll pick it up tomorrow.
Vicky: Well, that's silly.
Marley: No --
Jake: Vicky, why don't you let us do something nice for you for a change, huh?
Jake: Come on.
Marley: See you.
Jake: Good night, John.
John: Good night.
Vicky: Hey, uncle John, it's your wayward niece.
John: Hi. How are you? I saw you sitting over there with Marley, but you looked like you were having a rather intense girl talk, so I thought I wouldn't interrupt.
Vicky: No big deal. Where's Sharlene?
John: She went to the ladies' room. What -- when did you get out of the hospital?
John: Today? Do you really think that you should be --?
Vicky: You and Sharlene -- are you -- you like her a lot, don't you?
Vicky: Does she know it?
John: I -- I think so.
Vicky: Well, you should tell her. Ooh, does that mean I should mind my own business?
Vicky: Ok, I'll just say one more thing. I really like her, and I would like it if you were -- would invite her to my wedding. That's all I'll say. Bye.
Woman: Mind if I sit down? So, what do you say?
John: What do I say? Uh -- I say I think that there's a mistake here.
Woman: Let's clear it up. My place or yours?
Woman: Sorry, honey. Good luck.
Sharlene: Well. What was that all about? Who is she?
John: I don't know who she is, but I think I've got an idea what she is. The polite term is a "strolling hostess."
Sharlene: Oh. She's -- she's a prostitute?
John: Upscale, sure, but, yeah, a prostitute nonetheless. Seen enough of them to know the signs.
Sharlene: How? What -- what signs?
John: Oh, easygoing, eager to please, too eager to please. Yeah, it's really weird, isn't it? Somebody who's as beautiful as she is with so little self-respect.
Sharlene: How do you know she doesn't have any self-respect?
John: Come on, Sharlene, she's turning tricks.
Sharlene: Well, maybe she doesn't have any other choice.
John: Well, maybe.
Sharlene: I -- I read that most women don't decide to become prostitutes. It happens to them for -- for a reason.
John: You might be right, but I think there's always a choice.
Sharlene: Let's change the subject.
John: All right. What do you think about weddings?
Sharlene: What do you mean?
John: I mean, do you like them or hate them?
Sharlene: John --
John: Would you like to go to Vickyís wedding with me?
Sharlene: Yes. Sure.
John: It's not for a week or so, so why don't we dance until then.
Matt: Josie, hi.
Josie: I hope I'm not too early.
Lisa: No, not too early for Matt. He's been trying to get out of here for the last half-hour.
Matt: That's not true.
Lisa: It is so.
Matt: Well --
Josie: You look really pretty, Lisa.
Lisa: Thank you. So do you.
Matt: Lisa always looks great.
[French accent] Hey, madam, may I take your coat?
Josie: Oh, no, no. I got a chill walking over here.
Matt: [Normal voice] Oh. Well, listen, why don't I go around, pick up the car, and meet you out in front?
Matt: All right. I will see you next time.
Josie: I'm auditing a class this semester.
Lisa: Matt told me. That's great.
Josie: You and Matt study a lot together.
Lisa: I do the studying. He's in charge of breaks. I'm surprised he gets such good grades.
Josie: Well, I guess he's just -- he's naturally smart.
Lisa: I guess so.
Josie: You like him a lot, don't you?
Lisa: Yeah. I always have. You know, for a kid his age, Matt's very sensitive.
Josie: I know.
Lisa: You're very lucky.
Josie: I know that, too. Um just -- I better get going. He's probably out front.
Josie: Don't study too hard.
Matt: Josie --
Josie: Matthew, please. Just -- just hold me. Kiss me.
Josie: It's ok. Mom's out with John. She's not going to be home till late. Please, Matthew, please? I -- I don't want you to stop.
Matt: Josie, I don't want to stop. God, not ever.
Matt: You sure?
Josie: Matthew, yes, I'm sure.
Sharlene: That was a wonderful night.
John: Yeah, except it was a little too short.
Sharlene: Oh, well, it was a real treat for me. Dinner so late.
John: Late suits you.
John: Sharlene, what's wrong?
John: What do you mean, nothing? I mean, one minute you're with me, the next minute --
Sharlene: I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
John: It's all right. No, don't apologize. It's ok.
Sharlene: I think maybe I better go in.
John: Ok. Good night.
Sharlene: Good night.
Matt: Ms. Watts.
Sharlene: What in the world is going on here? This is our home. What do you think you're doing?
Matt: I'd better go.
Sharlene: I think that's a very good idea.
Singer: Gimme your love
Singers: Give me your love give me your gimme your love
Jake: There you go. You sure you're all right?
Vicky: Oh, I'm sorry to be such a pain. I'm just a little busy. I didn't want to be by myself.
Jake: You're not a pain. You can't be a pain.
Jake: Answer my question -- are you all right?
Vicky: Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine.
Jake: Lay down. Only you would go out on the night that you got out of the hospital.
Vicky: Oh, don't be a nag. Where's Marley?
Jake: She went to call the doctor.
Vicky: No, no, tell her not to worry, and please don't tell Jamie.
Jake: Lie down.
Vicky: Fine. What's this?
Jake: I think Marley did some shopping for you.
Vicky: It's so little.
Jake: Yeah. Look at the feet.
Vicky: Would you please go get Marley and tell her to stop worrying?
Jake: Ok, I'll be right back. You rest, ok?
Jake: What are you doing?
Vicky: Something I shouldn't be. So what's new?
Jake: Vicky, you're looking through our stuff!
Vicky: I was worried, and Marley won't tell me anything.
Jake: Well, maybe it's because it's none of your business!
Vicky: She wants to talk, Jake! But she respects your privacy --
Jake: Which you obviously don't, Vic!
Vicky: Don't be mad. What? What is it?
Jake: This has just been so hard on Marley, you know?
Vicky: You, too. You can tell me, Jake. Is the problem with you?
Ronnie: And in your eyes that sparkle can't be disguised true love somehow never dies I thought I knew real love till I met you chased so many rainbows without a clue golden diamond rings and other special things don't quite express just what this feeling brings to those who wait they say good things come and it's never too late when two hearts are one good things come good things come to those who wait
Ronnie: To those who wait
Zack: Excuse me. Mind if I take a few turns with my little sister?
Rick: No, no, of course not. Sure.
Zack: Thank you.
Julie Ann: I'll take pity on you this time because your girlfriend's singing.
Zack: Looks to me like you're the one who needs the breather.
Julie Ann: Oh, I'm breathing just fine. I don't know -- I'm not faint, am I?
Zack: Julie Ann.
Julie Ann: Zack, I'm having a wonderful time. You don't need to worry about me.
Zack: But I thought you said that he was --
Julie Ann: Listen, he came back, didn't he? I've never felt like this about anyone.
Zack: Yeah, I can see that. Look, just take it easy. Ok?
Julie Ann: Ok.
Rick: Sorry, Zack. Thanks.
Rick: Say, what do you say we go home?
Zack: You about ready?
Ronnie: All finished. Thanks, Eddie.
Ronnie: See you tomorrow.
Eddie: See you.
Ronnie: So, what have you got in mind?
Zack: Well, obviously, you haven't had it. I know of a great little Italian place that's not too far, and they make the best calamari around.
Ronnie: I didn't know you were Italian.
Zack: There's a lot of things about me you don't know. So, what do you say?
Ronnie: I say maybe you're right. Maybe I am a little too responsible. Maybe it's time I took some chances, tried some squid.
Zack: It's a good start.
Josie: How could you do that to me?
Sharlene: How could I do that to you?
Josie: Embarrass me like that in front of Matthew!
Sharlene: I couldn't believe what I was seeing!
Josie: We were kissing, Mama. Did you really think we never kissed?
Sharlene: What I saw was a whole lot more than kissing, Josie!
Josie: We weren't doing anything wrong!
Sharlene: No, not yet!
Josie: And even if we did do something, Mama, it wouldn't be wrong.
Sharlene: Josie, you don't know what you're talking about! You don't know -- you don't know how easy it is to get taken in!
Josie: Matthew and I care for each other!
Sharlene: Josie, you are too young to make a mistake like that! It could ruin your whole life!
Josie: I'm not going to ruin my life by doing anything with Matthew, Mama.
Sharlene: Oh, you don't know. You were all over him! You were acting like a whore!
Josie: Ma-- Mama --
Sharlene: Oh, Josie, Josie, Josie, don't do it! Don't give yourself away like that! Oh, sweetheart. You don't know -- you don't know how easy it is to go wrong without even knowing Ė
Lisa: You're back.
Lisa: I'm glad.
Matt: Me, too.
Jake: I know how much you care about Marley.
Vicky: I do. Both of you.
Jake: You know, Vicky, you're -- you're more than just a sister to her. You know that? You're her best friend. Mine, too.
Vicky: Jake, I want to understand.
Jake: Well, it's all in that box right there, kid. All the records -- they all say I might never be a father. Seems like I need medication even to try, you know?
Vicky: Are you --
Jake: Yes, I'm taking medication.
Vicky: Well, does it help? How long have you been taking it?
Jake: A couple months now.
Vicky: And you can't father a child without the medication?
Jake: That's what they tell me.
Vicky: Jake, I'm sorry. I'm really sorry.
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