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Another World Transcript Tuesday 1/18/05
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Proofread by Daniel
Man: Fanny! Fanny!
Felicia: Let go of me!
Felicia: Let go of me!
Man: Fanny! Fanny!
Felicia: Let go --
Felicia: Get away from me!
Felicia: I'm not Fanny anymore!
Mitch: Honey, it's Mitch! You're dreaming!
Felicia: I'm not! I'm not!
Mitch: Felicia! Hey, hey, hey.
Mitch: Are you ok?
Felicia: He tried to kill me. He -- he wanted to kill me. Oh.
Lisa: Oh, Matt --
Matt: Hey, hey, hey. It's ok, it's ok. It's ok, he's gone. He's gone.
Lisa: Matt -- you're bleeding.
Matt: No -- it's ok. Lisa, it's ok --
Lisa: Wait, I'll get -- I'll get a rag. Oh, God! Does it hurt?
Matt: It's ok, it's ok.
Mitch: I heard you stop typing, and then -- then a few minutes later you started screaming.
Felicia: Do me a favor, will you?
Felicia: I know it sounds stupid, but would you go into the bedroom and just look around, please?
Mitch: Yeah, if it'll make you feel better?
Felicia: It would. I -- I know it's silly.
Mitch: Nobody is there. It's just an empty bedroom.
Felicia: Yeah, I knew no one would be in there. It's just -- anyway, thank you.
Mitch: Is that where he was in your dream?
Felicia: Yeah, he jumped out at me. What do you think, Iíve been seeing "wait until dark" too many times?
Mitch: I think you're exhausted. I don't think you've slept since the other night at Tops.
Felicia: I can't believe I'm almost 40 and now I'm afraid of the dark.
Mitch: Look, I wish there was something I could do to make things better.
Felicia: You are. Believe me, you are. You know, I just -- I just don't know why this is happening. I mean, I have the article, and I -- Iím trying to deal with my feelings about Noah and losing the baby and -- and turning 40. Did you know that there is no one else in the whole world that is 40? Everyone is younger. And now we have this nut.
Mitch: You're going to be fine. Nothing's going to happen to you.
Felicia: You know, I keep thinking it's because of what Amanda dug up. I mean, how would this guy know my stepfather's name was Noah? Unless --
Mitch: Unless what?
Felicia: No. It's stupid. It's -- it's crazy. I mean, I know Noah has a sadistic streak in him, but he wouldn't do --
Mitch: He wouldn't do what? What are you saying, that he's come back, that he's doing this to you?
Felicia: I told you he's crazy. But -- what, he'd be -- he'd be around 65 now. I -- Iím sure he's mellowed by now.
Mitch: What, whispering to you in the dark, leaving messages for you? I mean, is this guy that bad?
Felicia: I don't know.
Mitch: I thought he was a minister.
Felicia: Oh, no, you see, he's -- he's above all of that. His -- his principles of religion were only for his flock.
Mitch: Look, if he is back, if he's doing this, then there's no way that he's going to continue to do it.
Felicia: There's nothing you can do, Mitch.
Mitch: What do you mean?
Felicia: Luke couldn't, you canít.
Mitch: Why? What --
Felicia: If he wants to get to me, he'll get to me.
Mitch: No, he won't get to you. I'm not going to let that happen.
Felicia: You won't do any good.
Mitch: I'm going to stop him.
Felicia: You don't know him. You don't know everything that happened.
Matt: Josie --
Josie: What are you doing?
Matt: Someone broke into Lisaís apartment. She was scared.
Josie: She didn't look scared to me!
Lisa: That was a dumb reaction. I'm sorry. I --
Josie: Lisa, I thought you were different. I actually felt sorry for you when Vicky took Jamie away from you.
Lisa: Josie, nothing would have happened --
Josie: Oh, right!
Matt: Come on, Josie. Let's just --
Josie: I'm not going anywhere with you!
Lisa: Josie, if you'd just calm down --
Josie: "Calm down"? You want me to calm down? Why should I calm down? So you could tell me some lie that you thought up during one of your study sessions?
Lisa: Josie, Matt had nothing to do with this.
Josie: Well, he sure didn't look like he wanted to run away.
Lisa: No, it was me. It was me.
Josie: You really had me fooled.
Matt: Stop it, Josie --
Josie: No! No! Oh, she's so sweet, and everyone feels so sorry for her about what happened.
Matt: Josie --
Josie: But that sure didn't stop her from trying to take you away from me!
Matt: Cut it out!
Josie: Oh, you're no better than Vicky!
Matt: Josie, what -- Josie!
John: Let it ring.
Sharlene: I know who that is. That's Cass Winthrop. He's been calling for Jason all night.
John: Don't answer it.
[Phone stops ringing]
John: There, you see? It's a sign.
Sharlene: Are we doing the right thing?
John: What could possibly be wrong about it?
Sharlene: You told me you didn't want to feel obligated. If we do this --
John: Sharlene, what I said was, is that I used to feel that way. I -- I would like to be obligated to you.
Sharlene: John --
John: I won't hurt you. Sharlene, for very different reasons, we have both spent years trying to deny that we feel anything at all. I, for one, am tired of doing that.
Sharlene: So am I.
John: I want you to take me up to your bedroom, where I will make love to you, not knowing what tomorrow is going to bring.
Sharlene: Oh, John. I haven't trusted anyone in so long, and -- I do trust you.
Woman: I do trust you.
Sharlene: John, what's wrong?
Matt: Wouldn't even talk to me.
Lisa: She was hurt and angry.
Matt: She just tore out of here. She didn't even take her coat.
Lisa: Why did she come here?
Matt: I told her I was stopping by. I don't know why she came. I'm such a jerk!
Lisa: No, I am.
Matt: Lisa, she didn't mean what she said.
Lisa: Why shouldn't she mean it? I meant it when I said it about Vicky. I was -- I was scared, and you were there.
Matt: I don't know what to say.
Lisa: Well, you don't have to say anything. I should not have let things get out of hand.
Matt: You didn't let them. It wasn't just you.
Lisa: I'll get you some ice for your eye.
Matt: No, I don't need any ice. I've -- I've seen that hurt look on her face before. I never wanted her to have that because of me.
Lisa: You love her, don't you?
Matt: I think so. What you and I -- that was real.
Lisa: You were comforting me.
Matt: Was I?
Lisa: Matt, why don't you go find Josie? I know you're worried about her.
Matt: I don't want to leave you here alone.
Lisa: I'll be all right. I called the police before. They should be here any minute.
Matt: Fine, I'll wait till they get here.
Lisa: No, you don't have to.
Matt: Lisa, I want to.
Lisa: Matt, what happened between you and me can't happen again. I know you have feelings, and you're confused about your feelings about Josie, but I don't want you to lose her, and I especially don't want you to lose her because of me.
Matt: You going to be ok?
[Knock on door]
Lisa: There, that's the police probably right now. They're -- they're probably going to ask you some questions later.
Matt: I'll drop by later.
Lisa: I don't think you should.
Lisa: I think it's better if we just stop this now.
Matt: Ok. Is that what you want?
Lisa: Hi, Jim, come on in. My friend was just leaving.
Iris: Yes, you heard me correctly. I want a circus tent, a great, big one. I need it heated, lots of mirrors, and -- no, it is not a children's party. It's for Felicia Gallant. That's right, the famous author. Yes, she's -- she's turning 40, and I want it to be lots of fun. Now, look, Iíve got a couple of possible dates I could give you. I --
Iris: I'm sorry, Iím sorry. What was that? Uh -- yes --
Vivien: Mrs. Wheeler.
Iris: Could you just tell her that I phoned, please? Yes, Vivien, what is it?
Vivien: I just wanted you to know that I finished putting all of my things away in my new room, and am now available, should you need me.
Iris: Well, I'm very relieved to hear that, Vivien, thank you. Now, as we were saying -- about the food, I think that -- just one minute, please. Is there something else, Vivien?
Vivien: A Ms. Josie Watts is downstairs to see you.
Vivien: She said she's got some important information for you about the press party tomorrow.
Iris: Well, why didn't you tell me earlier? God!
Vivien: Now, listen, buck -- we should get something straight here. If we're going to get along, you're going to have to lighten up.
Iris: Hello, I think it might be better if we discuss this later on. Could you please arrange the tent? Thank you. Oh, send her up straightaway, please, Vivien.
Vivien: I already did. You can go right in there.
Josie: Oh, thank you.
Iris: Josie. Hi!
Josie: Hi. I brought you my application, and here's the information for the press party that you wanted.
Iris: Well, thank you.
Josie: You said you had to have it by today.
Iris: Yes, I did. Josie, are you all right?
Josie: Well, I've been better. I'm sorry to bother you.
Iris: Wait, darling, come on, hang on. Oh, it's Matthew, isn't it?
Josie: How'd you know?
Iris: It's just a woman's intuition. Did you argue or something?
Josie: Oh, man, it was worse than that.
Iris: Oh, darling, I hate to see you so unhappy. Just come and sit down here and you tell me all about it, hmm?
Josie: Well -- I've lost him.
Iris: Oh. No, you havenít. Listen, you want to take my advice?
Josie: I guess so.
Iris: Well, you just pretend nothing happened. Just act as if it was all ok. No matter what the argument was about, just leave it for a couple of days, let him cool down, and then he'll come back to beg for forgiveness.
Josie: I -- I don't think so.
Iris: Oh, I've tried it thousands of times. It always works -- even when you're in the wrong. Listen, truly, might take some time, but it will work.
Josie: Maybe for you.
Iris: Josie? It was something more than a quarrel, wasn't it?
Josie: Oh, Mrs. Wheeler, Matthewís in love with someone else!
Felicia: Well, I should've done this six months ago. I mean, I can never find anything in this drawer, so this will be kind of fun. Look at this. I must've been out of my mind. Who does this look like to you? Annette Funicello?
Mitch: Are you going to talk to me?
Felicia: It does, doesn't it? About what?
Mitch: About the rest of what happened?
Felicia: No, I don't want to talk about it, all right? This, my darling, was my geisha girl period. You hate it, I know you do.
Mitch: Felicia --
Felicia: No, no. Wait a minute.
Felicia: Well, the timing couldn't be more perfect. You know what this is? This is the one thing I saved. I wore this in the hospital. So what do you think? Can you see me in a thing like this?
Mitch: What happened after you had the baby?
Felicia: Noah got transferred to Boston, and Abigail stuck me in a boardinghouse with 100 bucks and followed him.
Mitch: When was this?
Felicia: Oh, it was right after the baby, when I was released from the hospital.
Felicia: Hmm. It's all right. I mean, I at least got rid of them.
Mitch: Wait a minute, wait a minute. You were just left alone right after you lost the baby?
Felicia: See? I told you. I know something that you donít. He would do anything -- anything at all to hurt me.
Mitch: Does that include abandoning a 17-year-old kid who's just lost her baby?
Felicia: I never saw him again. At least I don't think I did.
Mitch: So what did you do? How did you manage to get by?
Felicia: I baby-sat. Once I got on my feet, I needed money to -- to live on, so I took care of other people's babies. It's a nifty little irony, isn't it? I'm sure Noah would just love it. I wore this nightgown every night. I know it's crazy. I just thought that I could smell the baby smell on it, but of course I couldn't because I washed it a million times. I really did take very good care of all those babies.
Mitch: I'm sorry.
Felicia: Honey, it's all right. You couldn't do anything.
Mitch: So his name was Luke?
Mitch: The boy that you loved?
Felicia: Luke, yes. Luke.
Mitch: You know, it's just that you've never really talked about him much.
Felicia: Well, Noah threw him out after he found out I was pregnant.
Mitch: And he didn't come back?
Felicia: No, he didnít. I guess he wasn't too thrilled about our little family, since Noah didn't want any part of it.
Mitch: And that's it?
Felicia: I never saw him again.
[Knock on door]
Mitch: I'll get rid of whoever it is.
Jason: Mitch --
Mitch: Jason, not now.
Jason: Now, I wouldn't have come by now, but I -- I got to know what's going on.
Mitch: What's the problem?
Jason: I -- I would've thought Mac would've called by now. I mean, I got to know -- do you want me or do you want to get rid of me?
Jason: Mac hasn't called, huh?
Mitch: About what?
Jason: He dumped me from the spa project. He's out to ruin me.
Mitch: What do you mean, he's out to ruin you?
Jason: I've done good work for you guys, right? I mean, are you happy with what Iím doing? I kind of think of you as friends. You were happy I was here the night that somebody tried to scare you when Mitch was gone, right, at Tops?
Mitch: So wait a minute, wait a minute. What is this about Mac being out to ruin you?
Jason: Mac started it. Jamie is my nephew. He never even invited me to the wedding.
Mitch: Well, I'm sure you didn't sit still for that, did you?
Jason: Well, I went by the reception and I let him know about that fact, but you guys haven't been dancing in the street about this wedding, have you?
Mitch: Just --
Jason: So I figure, whatever I did, I did kind of for all of us.
Felicia: Whatever you did -- and I'm sure you were quite charming -- you can count me out. I don't wish Jamie or Vicky anything but happiness.
Jason: After what they did to that little church mouse Lisa, huh? That's how you feel?
Felicia: Now listen to me. You've never done anything for anybody but Jason! Lisa is trying to put this behind her. If you have gone to that house and stirred up something, I swear to you --
Mitch: Just a second.
Jason: All this because Mac Cory thinks I'm some kind of loser?
Felicia: You know, he may have said it, but I'm quite sure you ran with it.
Jason: That's what I get -- come into a town and try to have a business that is run by Mac Cory!
Mitch: Matthew --
Felicia: Are you all right?
Mitch: What is it?
Mitch: Jason, later. You been in a fight?
Matt: I got hit, I got hit.
Felicia: Listen, why don't I go in the bedroom, and you --?
Matt: No, no, no, no. I -- I want to talk to both of you. Then Iíd like to talk to dad alone, if that's ok.
Felicia: Of course it is.
Mitch: What's going on?
Josie: And when I walked in, they were -- they were kissing. It was -- it was just awful.
Iris: Still waters certainly run deep.
Iris: Oh, it's these helpless little women. They can always talk a man into doing exactly what they want.
Josie: When I fell in love with Matthew, it -- oh, it felt so right. I'd never thought he'd -- oh, I am so stupid!
Iris: No, you're not! When you fell in love with Matthew, you thought it would last forever. You are not stupid. I know exactly how you're feeling.
Josie: You do?
Josie: I -- I thought it was because --
Josie: Well, I wouldn't want my mom to hear this. It would hurt her feelings, but I know exactly why this happened. I mean, I'm not classy like Lisa. I don't speak French. I don't know fancy wines.
Iris: Oh, from what I hear, Matthew is not with Lisa because she could recognize some chardonnay.
Josie: Well, they have more in common. She's so sophisticated, so --
Josie: She's better for him than I am.
Josie: Oh, but it's true. She is.
Iris: Are you giving up?
Josie: Well, what else am I supposed to do?
Iris: Listen, do you love Matthew?
Josie: Of course I do.
Iris: Then you've got to fight for him!
Josie: How do I do that?
Iris: Well, let me help you.
Josie: You would do that?
Iris: Yes. And I think we should start straightaway. I don't believe in letting too much time go by.
Josie: Are you sure about this?
Iris: Yes, Iím sure about this. I am sick of little women getting their way. Now you listen to me, Josie Watts. Starting tonight, we are going to make you into a lady.
Sharlene: So there was this Vietnamese woman, and she told you that she trusted you?
John: Sharlene, I --
Sharlene: Don't you remember her at all, John?
John: I don't want to do this.
Sharlene: I don't believe you.
John: Look, why should you have to --
Sharlene: Because I want to.
John: Sharlene, why is it that every time we start getting someplace, my subconscious -- or whatever it is -- starts to get in the way?
Sharlene: No, you see, I don't think that's it.
John: I do.
Sharlene: No, you told me that you wanted to start feeling again. Well, I think that's what you're doing.
John: I sure didn't have this in mind.
Sharlene: Oh, come on, come on. It's all part of the same thing. Look, you, I am no psychiatrist, but I think that what you're feeling for me is unlocking other feelings.
John: I can barely remember her face.
Sharlene: Did you love her?
John: I don't remember. We were all just trying to stay alive, the Vietnamese and us.
John: Fire --
Sharlene: This fire -- this is the one in the jungle, the one you -- you keep remembering. Was she there?
John: What --
John: What makes me keep remembering that?
Sharlene: Just -- just give it time. Just give it time. And eventually, this is all going to come back to you. And then you're going to face it, and then this is all going to be over with.
John: I think I should get out of here.
John: Because what if it's never over? What if these pieces just keep coming between us?
Sharlene: The only way that they can come between us is if you walk out that door and you don't let me help you. John, don't you realize how much you helped me? Do you realize that if you hadn't come into my life, I'd still be in that kitchen, and I'd be -- I'd be canning beets and putting up preserves, and I -- pretending that that was a life.
John: This is more complicated, Sharlene. The war isolated people. Everyone wants to forget.
Sharlene: I lost a husband in that war. Do you think I can ever forget that?
Mitch: No, not at all. She's on the phone with Lisa, wants to make sure she's ok.
Matt: She seemed pretty scared when I told her about that guy breaking in.
Mitch: Yeah, well, I can see why. The police were there when you left?
Matt: Yeah. Lisa is fine. I wouldn't have left her if she wasnít.
Mitch: And you're ok?
Matt: Yeah, yeah, I'm ok.
Mitch: So what do you want to talk about?
Matt: Well, uh -- dad, if you think you're in love with someone, can you have feelings for someone else?
Mitch: Are you speaking hypothetically?
Matt: I wish.
Mitch: Yeah, I think it's possible.
Matt: I'm not sure that's the answer I wanted to hear. Something happened today. I love -- I love Josie.
Mitch: Mm-hmm, but there's another girl.
Matt: Yeah, someone I study with.
Mitch: And you want to know what I think.
Mitch: I think if you care about another girl, you can't ignore that.
Matt: Even if I'm hurting Josie?
Mitch: Look, I know you don't want to hurt Josie or anybody else and I think that's commendable. But at the same time, I don't think you're, you know, at a point in your life where you have to be exclusively committed to one person.
Matt: Have you been talking to mom?
Mitch: No. Why? About what?
Matt: Well, I -- she doesn't like Josie.
Mitch: Well, it's not a matter of who your mom likes or who I like. It's who you want to be with.
Matt: What if I make a mistake?
Mitch: So you make a mistake -- it happens. It happens every day.
Matt: Like you and mom?
Mitch: Maybe. But the point is Iím with the woman that, well, that's right for me, and you will be, too.
Matt: I have to go talk to Josie. Uh -- can I ask you a personal question?
Mitch: Yeah. I'll answer it if I can.
Matt: Did -- did you want mom just because you thought you couldn't have her?
Mitch: Maybe. I guess maybe that was part of it. Why? Is that what's happening with you?
Matt: Well, it'd be a lot simpler if that's all it was. I'll see you later.
Josie: Oh, I don't know. I mean, you can't learn to be sophisticated. You either are or you aren't.
Iris: Well, you know, my mother learned.
Josie: Your mother?
Iris: Mm-hmm. Well, she and daddy -- they didn't live together. I was raised by my father, so I had every advantage. But she was poor. She was poorer than you've ever been.
Josie: Oh, I -- I didn't know that.
Iris: Well, not many people do.
Josie: Did she and Mr. Cory get a divorce? I mean, is that why you didn't live with her?
Iris: Yeah, yeah. Something like that -- huh. She -- she couldn't afford to keep me. She used to take in sewing just to exist.
Josie: Oh, my mom does that sometimes.
Iris: Yeah, just like your mom, except she made it her career. And, you know, by the time I got to know her, she was -- she was a tremendously successful fashion designer and she did it all by herself.
Josie: Was she as pretty as you?
Iris: Oh! Oh, she was pretty. She was tiny, she was small, she was a -- she was a sparrow of a woman. But she had an inner strength. She had style and she was elegant and, you know, you put her in a mink coat and she was six feet tall.
Josie: Can you really help me?
Iris: Yes, I really can.
Josie: Oh. Oh, I can't wait to see my mama's reaction about this.
Iris: If Iím going to help you, you're going to have to trust me.
Josie: You don't want me to talk to my mom.
Iris: Well, it's not that. I mean, your mother is a wonderful person, but her priorities are different, and if I'm going to help you, you're going to have to listen to me, take my advice no matter what.
Josie: Will it get Matthew back?
Iris: Oh, I think it could get you whatever you want.
Josie: Then Iíll do it.
Josie: Well, listen, I really should get going. You must be so busy.
Iris: Oh. I'll get Vivien to get your coat.
Josie: I -- I left my coat at Lisaís.
Iris: Well, darling, it's freezing outside.
Josie: I know, I know, but I -- I just had to get out of there. It's ok.
Iris: It is not ok. We cannot have you getting pneumonia before we start this transformation. I'll find something for you. I'm sure Iíve got something --
Iris: Nice and warm that'll keep out that nasty old cold. Well, this should keep you warm.
Josie: Oh, no, I couldn't.
Iris: Yes, come on.
Iris: Didn't we agree? You're going to start taking orders, right?
Iris: And remember -- six feet tall.
Iris: I don't think this is going to take me any time at all.
Sharlene: Oh, John.
John: I'm sorry.
John: I just needed some air.
Sharlene: Ok, it was getting a little close in here, huh?
John: Whenever I start to talk about that stuff, my chest gets tight and I feel like I can't breathe.
Sharlene: John, I shouldn't push. I shouldn't push. I'm sorry.
John: No. You're the one person who understands. I can't imagine what it must've been like for you waiting at home.
Sharlene: You had to go on, you didn't have a choice. And you felt guilty about being able to do it -- you know, for making a life for yourself while he was --
John: I know.
Sharlene: Yeah, I think you do.
John: I'm awfully sorry about ruining tonight.
Sharlene: You didn't ruin it. This -- oh, this is important.
John: I'm sorry.
Jason: What's to eat? I'm starving.
Sharlene: Your dinner's in the oven, Jason.
Sharlene: Cass Winthropís been calling for you all night.
Sharlene: No. He said it's urgent, to give him a call as soon as you could.
Jason: I don't care what Cass Winthrop wants, ok?
John: Does this have something to do with Victoriaís money?
Jason: You stay out of this.
John: Look, why do you do this to yourself, Jason? Frame Construction is in not that bad a shape that we can't start paying her off, you know?
Jason: You don't know what you're talking about, uncle John.
John: Listen, Jason --
Sharlene: John -- John. There's no reasoning with him when he's like this.
John: This isn't just about him. What happens to you and Josie if he goes down the tubes?
Sharlene: We're going to be fine. We're fine. Tonight, Iíd like to concentrate on you. Come on, let's go for a walk. Come on.
Felicia: Thank goodness you're here.
Lisa: I came as soon as the police left.
Felicia: Listen, did you see the guy? I mean, were you able to give them a description?
Lisa: No. I -- I -- he was in the shadows, I didn't see anything. He just kept whispering something.
Felicia: That's exactly what happened to me at Tops.
Lisa: Felicia, who is doing this to us?
Jason: Well, Lady Astor -- gee, Iím glad to see somebody in this family hit it rich.
Matt: Where'd y u get the coat?
Josie: I'm really tired, Matthew.
Matt: Josie, I didn't mean to hurt you.
Josie: I'm fine.
Matt: What happened between me and Lisa was as much a surprise to me as to anyone.
Josie: I really think that you should go.
Matt: Josie, a burglar broke into her house. She was scared. I was trying to make her feel better, ok?
Josie: I know the rest.
Matt: Josie -- I need some time.
Josie: You always need time, Matthew, at least when it comes to me. But you didn't seem to need time at all when it came to Lisa Grady, did you? Didn't take you anything but a second.
Matt: I just kissed her! God.
Josie: Oh. Thanks. Thanks, I feel a lot better. Come on, Matthew. We both know if I hadn't walked in when I did, you would've made love to her.
Felicia: Now, listen, I don't want you to worry about anything. I know the police are going to take care of this.
Lisa: It's not just that. Something else happened, too.
Felicia: What do you mean, something else?
Lisa: I sort of, um, got close to someone.
Lisa: "Almost got close" would be more exact.
Felicia: Who, honey? Tell me.
Lisa: Someone from the university. We study together.
Felicia: Oh, honey, I think this is --
Mattís voice: She's someone I study with.
Felicia: You need to -- to move on and find somebody else.
Lisa: Well, he reminds me a lot of Jamie. He's gentle in the same way and sweet and, well, I don't think this would be fair to him.
Felicia: Honey, that's only because you have Jamie on your mind. Maybe this new man, he can make you forget about Jamie.
Lisa: I don't think he can.
Felicia: But you don't know that unless you try.
Mitch: Felicia, why don't you just let her handle this. She knows what's right and wrong.
Felicia: I -- I was just --
Mitch: Ok, look, I need to make a phone call. I'll be in the bedroom.
Lisa: Is he all right?
Felicia: I -- yes, I -- actually, Iíve been putting him through a lot lately and he has every right to lose his patience with me.
Lisa: Oh, I'll get it.
Man: Hi. I have a package for Felicia Gallant.
Felicia: Yes, Iím right here.
Lisa: I'll sign.
Man: Ok, here you go.
Lisa: Ok. There you go.
Man: Ok. Here you go. Happy Valentineís Day to you.
Lisa: Oh, thanks. You're a little early, but thanks.
Felicia: Bye. Thank you.
Lisa: Ha-ha. I know why Mitch wanted to get out of the room. He wanted to surprise you.
John: Oh, I like it when it's cold. The cold is crisp and clear.
John: It's one of the first things that you remember about Vietnam, stepping off that transport. The heat hits you right in the face like the bad side of a shovel. I was from the Midwest, used to four seasons, all of them different. Heat never changed in Vietnam. It could rain like hell and it would still be hot.
Sharlene: Tell me about the fire. Come on. The one in the jungle. You can tell me.
John: I don't remember.
Sharlene: You can if you want to.
John: It's not that simple.
Sharlene: John? John, I want you to have a life now and that isn't going to happen unless you remember the life you had then. Remember.
John: I couldn't see.
John: Smoke. It was a cross.
Sharlene: A cross? Like in a church?
John: No. A bed.
Sharlene: In the jungle?
John: She was there.
John: She was calling to me, but I didn't move.
John: I don't know.
Sharlene: John, don't back off now, ok?
John: It's a -- it was a hospital for children.
Sharlene: It was a hospital for children in Vietnam in the -- this isn't the jungle. What were you doing there?
John: Oh, God! Ah!
Matt: I would have never done that.
Josie: What would've stopped you?
Matt: The fact that I love you, Josie.
Josie: How can you say you love me and do what you did?
Matt: I don't know.
Josie: Well, do you love her, too?
Matt: I don't know that, either.
Josie: Matthew, I -- I don't want to lose you, but what do you want me to do? Do you want me to change?
Matt: No, Josie -- I think you're wonderful just the way you are. That's what's so unfair about this whole thing.
[Knock on door]
Man: Is Jason Frame at home?
Josie: Yes, sir.
Man: I'd like to speak to him, please.
Josie: You're a police officer?
Man: U.S. Marshal.
Jason: What do you want? What are you doing here?
U.S. Marshal: Are you Jason Frame?
Jason: If I am?
U.S. Marshal: A judgment has been entered against you, sir, on behalf of Victoria Love.
Matt: Now, you didn't know that?
U.S. Marshal: Didn't you receive a summons to appear in court?
Jason: Yeah, I threw it away with all the other junk from Cass Winthrop.
U.S. Marshal: Well, you should've looked at it, sir. You might have avoided all this.
Jason: Avoided what?
U.S. Marshal: You're being foreclosed. Start taking an inventory.
U.S. Marshal: Make sure you get the big items, things like that coat.
Josie: That coat doesn't belong to me!
U.S. Marshal: You know, someone better be with us as we're tagging, tell us things like that.
Josie: Tagging? What? Uncle Jason --
Jason: Now, just hold it. You can't walk in my house and do this.
U.S. Marshal: Well, I don't like it any better than you do, sir, but I can do it. Get started.
Jason: Cass Winthrop. Ill get on my hands on that -- hey, hey! You guys want to tag, you see me! You, too, big shadow! Come here!
Matt: Josie --
Josie: Just leave me alone.
Matt: Let me help.
Josie: I don't want your help, ok? Just -- just go back to the right side of the tracks.
Lisa: What is it? A book? It's kind of an odd choice for Valentineís Day, but -- Felicia? Felicia?
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