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Another World Transcript Monday 1/31/05
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Proofread by Daniel
Lisa: Matthew --
Matt: Lisa, please, I have to talk to you.
Lisa: Look, I told you --
Matt: I know, you told me that we shouldn't see each other. Well, after tonight, we never will, right?
Lisa: Matt, now, I have a flight leaving at midnight, and I have a lot of packing to do.
Matt: Ok, fine. Have a nice life.
Sharlene: You would really do that? You would tell John about me?
Jason: I said I didn't want to do that, Sharlie, but you don't give me no choice!
Sharlene: I can't let you sign this place over to me, Jason. Cass told me I could go to prison!
Jason: "Cass," "Cass" -- that's all I hear is "Cass"! That guy would do anything and say anything to get my back up against the wall.
Sharlene: He's a lawyer, Jason. He knows!
Jason: I don't believe I'm seeing the day that my own sister, the sister who I took in here when she had no place else to go, would believe some lowlife like Cass Winthrop!
Sharlene: When I signed those papers, you didn't tell me what could happen to me.
Jason: I did it for you.
Sharlene: Oh -- so, either I do something that could get me sent to prison or you'll fix it so that John never wants to see me again? Is that it?
Jason: No judge is going to send you to prison, Sharlene.
Sharlene: It doesn't matter, Jason! You were wrong! You should have told me!
Jason: But what are you saying? You're still going to go ahead and cancel this deed transference? Huh?
Sharlene: Oh, yeah. Yeah.
Jason: Then neither one of us get what we want, do we?
Sharlene: So, you're going to do it, huh?
Jason: Well, I got a few errands to run at Felicia’s birthday party, and then I'll -- I'll go by and see John.
Sharlene: Just to get even?
Jason: It has nothing to do with getting even. I would die for you! You're my flesh and blood! You let me down. Now, families are supposed to stand together!
Sharlene: You call it standing together.
Sharlene: I call it blackmail.
Jason: Good night, Sharlie.
Sharlene: I am ashamed that you're my brother!
Jason: Yeah? Well, I am tired of everybody thinking I am the bad guy. I'm in trouble. I'm in deep trouble. I need your help, Sharlie. I need it now!
Sharlene: You want me to go to prison for you. I can't give you that.
Jason: What can you give me? Is what I'm doing so terrible?
Jason: Are you so righteous you forgot what you did to get out of a jam?
Sharlene: Shut up!
Jason: Bye, Sharlie.
John: Sharlene? Sharlene? Where are you? Sharlene? Shar-- Sharlene, what's wrong? Why are you crying?
Jamie: There we go. Here we are.
Guard: "Frame --" "Frame --"
Guard: "Frame --"
Vicky: Yeah, well, we are the only Frames on there, aren't we?
Guard: Oh, yeah -- "Dr. and Mrs.," right?
Jamie: You got that right.
Guard: Ok. Go right in.
Vicky: Oh --
Vicky and Jamie: Thank you.
Jamie: Well --
Jason’s voice: I'll give you till Friday. You get Cass to knock it off, or I'll tell Jamie what a slut his wife really is.
Vicky: Uh --
Jamie: Hey, what's wrong?
Vicky: Oh, I'm feeling a little tired.
Jamie: Well, listen, we'll just make an appearance and then we'll leave.
Vicky: No, I don't think we should've come at all. I mean, Felicia hates my guts, and --
Vicky: And Lisa’s bound to be here, and she hasn't seen us since we've been married.
Jamie: Now, listen, first of all, Felicia doesn't -- she does not hate you. And secondly, we are married, so it doesn't matter if Lisa’s here or not. You're the one I want to be with now, ok? Besides, how many birthday parties do you go to where there's these weird-looking people -- clowns and jugglers and whatnot? Huh?
Vicky: I used to get excited when there were two flavors of ice cream in Lassiter.
Jamie: Ok. Now just relax and have a good time. And remember, it's a party, so have fun.
Jamie: Oh, listen, there's Cass. I want to go see how he's doing.
Vicky: Ok, I'm going to get a club soda. You want anything, babe?
Jamie: No, I'm just fine.
Jamie: Relax. Fun. Remember, fun.
Vicky: "Fun." Whoo. "Fun, fun, fun." Excuse me. Excuse me?
Jake: Vicky. Would you like a drink?
Vicky: Uh –
Jason’s voice: It would've been so simple, and all you had to do was go along with me. But you didn’t. I'll see you Friday -- you and your family. Got it, chief?
Mac: Well, Iris, you've done it again.
Iris: Sorry -- what?
Mac: The party -- it's spectacular.
Rachel: You were a million miles away.
Iris: Well, I -- I just want everything to be fabulous for Felicia’s birthday.
Mac: Don't you worry. You've thought of everything. Felicia's going to have a glorious birthday.
Iris: I hope so.
Rachel: Oh, I'm starved, darling. Would you mind getting me something?
Mac: Of course. Iris?
Iris: No, thanks, daddy.
Mac: Excuse me.
Rachel: You seem rather on edge.
Iris: No, I'm fine.
Rachel: Is it the surprise that you're going to announce for your father?
Iris: Oh, the surprise -- yes, yes.
Rachel: I'm very anxious to find out what it is, especially since Michael Hudson helped you with it.
Iris: Oh, everybody! Here's Felicia!
Rachel: Oh, hi!
Felicia: Thank you.
Mitch: You ok?
Felicia: I'm fine so far. Thank you. Thanks. How nice.
All: Happy birthday to you
All: Happy birthday to you happy birthday, dear Felicia happy birthday to you
[Cheers and applause]
John: Sharlene. Can you talk? Sharlene, tell me what happened.
Sharlene: It was -- it was Jason.
John: Jason -- it figures. What did he do now?
Sharlene: You didn't see him?
John: No, no, I came through the house. What did he do to you? Come on.
Sharlene: John, you were right. I never should've let him sign over the farm to me. Cass Winthrop was here earlier, and he said that what I did -- I think the word is "fraudulent."
Sharlene: He said that I could go to prison. And then where would Josie be?
John: Did Jason know that?
Sharlene: Well, I don't know. It doesn't matter because I am voiding that deed transference.
John: And you told Jason?
Sharlene: Look, we had an awful fight, and I hope you don't mind if I don't go to this party thing.
John: No, of course not.
Sharlene: Because I think Jason’s going to be there.
John: Oh, he is?
Sharlene: Yeah, and I think this would be a real good time for Josie and I to pack up and get out of here.
John: Pack up? Wait -- wait a minute, wait a minute. What do you mean, you're moving?
Sharlene: Yeah. John, I can't live here anymore.
John: This must've been one hell of a fight.
Sharlene: He said --
Sharlene: I've just been really wrong about him.
John: What the hell is the Matter with him? Sharlene, he has hurt you for the last time.
Sharlene: John --
John: Are you going to be ok here for a while?
Sharlene: I'm going to be fine. What are you going to do?
John: I'm going to go and find that brother of yours and teach him some manners.
Sharlene: John, no!
John: I'll be back in a while.
Sharlene: No, John! Just -- oh, damn it. John -- John! Keys -- damn keys. Oh! Oh, damn.
Josie: Oh, mama -- mama -- everything is ruined.
[Cheers and whistles]
Cass: Wow, wow, wow, what an entrance, huh?
Nicole: Yeah, Felicia looks wonderful.
Jamie: Oh, doesn't she, though? She looks great.
Jamie: Now, are you sure you're all right?
Cass: Yes, I'm fine, I'm fine.
Jamie: You took quite a beating there, Cass, now.
Cass: It only hurts when I reach after Nicole.
Nicole: Shh. We have him in intensive therapy.
Jamie: I'll bet you do. I'm going to find my wife. Take it easy.
Nicole: Oh, you know, that word has such a nice ring to it.
Nicole: Mm-hmm. I love you. Oh, I'm --
Nicole: I'm sorry.
Cass: Well --
Cass: No pain, no gain.
Mac: Rachel, Iris, and I want to thank all of you for helping us celebrate the birthday of a fabulous and very lovely lady.
Felicia: Thank you.
Mac: And, Felicia, all of us here want to thank you for sharing your wonderful friendship with us, and for allowing us to join in the celebration of this very special occasion in your life --
Felicia: Oh, Mac.
Mac: With you and Mitch tonight.
Felicia: Thank you.
Mac: Happy birthday.
Mitch: That's a good idea. Not only do a lot of people here love you, but I love you.
Felicia: I know you do. And I am going to have a wonderful time tonight. No man with a scar is going to take that away from me.
Mitch: Good. Just forget about him. If he shows up, I will make him wish that he hadn’t.
Jamie: Yes, just one more Lamaze class, and then we just sit back and wait.
Jake: So, tell me, when's the baby due?
Vicky: What do you mean, "Sit back and wait"? We have to move --
Vicky: Decorate the baby's nursery. So much to do.
Iris: Hi. Hi, Jamie.
Vicky: Oh --
Jamie: Oh, hello, Iris.
Iris: Hello, Vicky.
Vicky: Hi, Iris.
Iris: Well, it's just as well they didn't see "J. Frame" on your invitation list, or you would've been thrown out.
Jamie: Well, I'm glad of that.
Iris: Well, after the disgraceful way he behaved at your wedding reception, I was determined that he would not be allowed in here under any circumstances.
Vicky: Really? You did?
Iris: I certainly did.
Jamie: Yes, he's really gotten out of hand lately. But, Iris, this is a fantastic party.
Vicky: Yeah, there's no way Jason would be allowed in? Good. I -- I certainly didn't want him to ruin Felicia’s party.
Iris: He won't be allowed in under any circumstances. Have a wonderful time.
Jamie: Thank you. How are you doing? Hmm?
Vicky: Oh, I'm doing much better, yeah. Let's go over here.
Jamie: Come on, let's go find --
Felicia: Ok. Well, Iris, I have to admit -- when you throw a party, you don't mess around.
Iris: Oh, you haven't seen the half of it.
Ada: You know there's a fortuneteller's booth here?
Iris: Oh, that's not a fortuneteller. That's a tarot card reader. Her name is Noelle, and anybody who is anybody goes to Noelle. She's very chic.
Rachel: Thank goodness.
Ada: Oh, yeah. I mean, I'd hate to think we had a second-rate tarot card reader.
Iris: I've got your whole evening planned for you. There's a palm reader, a card reader --
Iris: A hypnotist.
Felicia: Just keep me away from the guy who guesses weight, ok? If you don't mind.
Iris: Before this evening's over, you'll know what you have in store for the next 40 years.
Felicia: Oh, really?
Iris: Yes. Oh, she's over there. Noelle's waiting for you.
Rachel: I'll walk you over.
Mac: Maybe she can tell me what interest rates will be six months from now.
Mitch: I'll be here.
Felicia: Ok, thanks.
Ada: Did I miss something?
Ada: Well, you guys are as nervous as cats.
Mitch: Not at all. We're just making sure there are no uninvited guests.
Iris: Yes, Felicia has so many friends, we don't want any gate crashers.
Evan: Tonight is just for friends only.
Cass: Yeah, yeah!
Cass: Do you believe this lady is a pacifist?
Nicole: Well, you can take a shot if you want to.
Cass: Oh, no, no. I'd just humiliate myself.
Nicole: No, Zack, it's your turn. You go for it.
Ronnie: Come on, Zack.
Cass: Come on, be the man, Zack. Be the man.
Nicole: Hey, do you guys remember the movie "Stage Fright"?
Cass: Yeah. What about it?
Nicole: Well, it was like a carnival atmosphere and there was this woman behind the counter -- Joyce something or other -- you know, that really English actress? Anyway, she had ducks back there -- they were shooting at the ducks. She would always say,
[British accent] "Shoot the ducks. Do come and shoot the lovely ducks. Half a pound, shoot the ducks."
[Normal voice] Go ahead, shoot, Zack.
Cass: I just hope this party has a happier ending.
Nicole: Hey, Ronnie, I hear that Reuben moved in with Zack.
Ronnie: Shh. It was all my idea.
Zack: No, no, that's no problem.
Nicole: Oh, really?
Zack: Oh! All right!
Cass: All right!
Nicole: Good job!
Zack: All right! No, no, really. It's going fine.
Nicole: Oh, yeah, I can tell. Sounds like it.
Ronnie: Yeah. You think I should be worried?
Cass: Um, I think we should look at it as a growing experience.
Ronnie: Yeah, for whom?
Cass: All right!
Zack: Man, she is good!
Cass: Hey, she doesn't come from three generations of skeet shooters for nothing.
Nicole: Oh, thank you.
Zack: Hey, I won something. Hey --
Cass: My hero!
Nicole: Here you go.
Nicole: Don't say I never gave you nothing, ok?
Cass: Thanks, deadeye. You gave yourself something, too.
Nicole: What's that?
Cass: A very lovely run in your stocking.
Nicole: I did?
Nicole: Oh, darn it.
Cass: Do you want to go see if there's a store open?
Nicole: No, we don't have to do that. No, I have an extra pair in the glove compartment. I always keep one there.
Nicole: Wait for me?
Cass: I'll see you soon.
Zack: So, you think you are up to this, buddy?
Cass: Oh, I'm fine. I'm fine.
Ronnie: Oh, yeah. He just grimaces every time he moves.
Cass: There's no way I'm going to Miss Felicia’s birthday party, man. You know, and Nicole was really looking forward to this. She had a rough week.
Zack: Yeah, I know, but Jason had his guys work you over pretty good, Cass.
Cass: I am not even thinking of Jason. No.
Ronnie: And I know why. You're a very lucky man.
Cass: Ain't that the truth.
>> The role of Donna love Hudson is now being played by Anna Stuart.
Amanda: Doesn't Iris give the best parties?
Sam: Things haven't been the same since she got back to Bay City.
Michael: That's a fact.
Amanda: Have Vicky and Jamie told you when they're going to be moving?
Michael: No, not yet.
Sam: Well, we're sure going to miss having them across the hall.
Michael: Yeah. By the way, have you seen Lisa?
Amanda: Haven't you heard? Lisa's moving out of Bay City -- tonight.
Matt: You should've seen her. I mean, she was wearing this unbelievable costume with all these guys hitting on her.
Matt: She was a completely different person, Lisa.
Lisa: And you had no idea?
Matt: I stood and watched her at the Miss Sunshine contest. I didn't even recognize her!
Lisa: Well, Matt, Matt, she didn't exactly do anything wrong.
Matt: Well, fine. Why didn't she tell me?
Lisa: I don't know. You have to ask Josie.
Matt: I mean, I thought we were close. I thought she needed me to protect her or something. That girl I saw tonight didn't need anyone.
Lisa: No, I think she does.
Matt: You should've seen her with those guys. She wasn't upset at all.
Lisa: Would you want her to be?
Matt: I don't know. I realize that I don't know Josie as well as I thought, and I'm glad we didn't do anything serious.
Lisa: Matt, you're hurt.
Matt: No, I'm not.
Lisa: You are.
Matt: Love -- I thought being in love was supposed to be great.
Lisa: It is great. And it's horrible and it's intense. And if you can somehow just take it easy, things fall into place. Don't you believe me?
Matt: Oh, yeah, because I think maybe things already have with you.
Sharlene: Josie, honey, what's wrong? What?
Josie: Matthew and I had a terrible fight. It's over between us, mama.
Sharlene: Oh, honey, well, didn't you meet him at the library?
Josie: No, at the gym.
Sharlene: At the gym? I thought you were going to study with him, Josie.
Josie: Yeah, well, that was my first mistake. I lied to you, mama.
Sharlene: About what?
Josie: I didn't go there to study. I -- I went to give away an award to a basketball player.
Sharlene: Josie, what would you be doing giving out awards?
Josie: Because it was one of my obligations as Miss Sunshine.
Sharlene: Miss what?
Josie: It was all Kenny’s idea. But I -- I guess I went along with it.
Sharlene: Josie, what was Kenny’s idea? What is this?
Josie: Mama, I needed money. I wanted to give Matthew a Christmas present. And then I had to have a dress for the snowflake ball. It was always something. And Kenny needed a girl to entertain at parties.
Sharlene: Parties? What kind of parties?
Josie: I wasn't doing anything wrong, mama. It was for Kenny’s fraternity, and the guys seemed to like me. Well, that's what gave Kenny the idea for the Miss Sunshine contest.
Sharlene: "Miss Sunshine." And you went along with it?
Josie: Because I needed the money. But then the contest started and I -- I was walking up and down the runway and everyone was smiling and -- and clapping. I felt like Miss America. I guess I got caught up in the moment. You know, I always dreamed about being her. But it doesn't happen to girls like me. But I was good at it, mama. It was fun.
Sharlene: And how long have you been doing this?
Josie: I don't know -- about two or three months, I guess.
Sharlene: And you didn't say -- you didn't say anything.
Josie: I thought Matthew wouldn't understand, and I was sure you wouldn’t.
Sharlene: So this was just between you and Kenny and all the boys in his fraternity?
Sharlene: What happened with Matthew? Tell me about it.
Josie: He showed up at the gym and, oh, these guys -- they were flirting with me! I tried to get away, but Matthew looked at me like I was some kind of a whore! I mean, it's not that bad! It's not.
Sharlene: This is what you were wearing in a boys' locker room?
Sharlene: Well, then I think whatever Matthew thought when he saw you was right.
Noelle: What do you wish to know?
Felicia: Well, can I ask you anything?
Noelle: Of course -- money, career, love.
Felicia: Well, I think I know about most of those, or least I have a pretty good idea.
Noelle: You are fortunate.
Felicia: There is something I would like to know.
Felicia: A baby. Will I have a child?
Noelle: The cards tell me yes.
Felicia: Really? That's wonderful.
Felicia: What? What is it?
Noelle: I'm sorry. There was to have been a child. It was to be your only child. There will be no others.
Jason: Quiet, quiet.
Jason: Now, I told you to get Cass to back off. You promised me you'd do that!
Nicole: Jason, let me go!
Jason: Hey! Did he tell you about his little trip over to Sharlie? He probably crowed about that, didn't he?
Jason: Yeah, he takes my home, and now he's taking my family away from me. Well, he has pushed too far, Nicole -- too bloody far!
Nicole: Jason -- aah!
Felicia: Mitch, hi. There you are.
Mitch: What happened?
Felicia: Are you having fun?
Mitch: Yeah, it's ok. What happened?
Felicia: Nothing. Just a -- a sweet little old con artist told me all the basic stuff, you know.
Mitch: Like what?
Felicia: Well, like I have a very handsome man close to me and a very loyal friend -- I'm not sure if she was talking about Daisy or about Cass.
Mitch: Are you ok? You look funny.
Funny? This is the new me. What are you talking about? No, you just get me to -- what's next? The hypnotist, right?
Mitch: Look, look --
Mitch: You know, you don't have to any of this. You know, you don't have to go through with it. The heck with Iris.
Felicia: I told you, I am really so tired of acting like a baby about all this. I want to have fun. I mean, this -- this party, for heaven's sakes, was given in my honor, and I'm sure "Brava" magazine has spent a great deal of money. So, come on. Point me in the direction of the hypnotist and let's just hope he doesn't have me do anything really embarrassing. All right?
Sam: Yeah! Amanda, if you decide to write an article about this party --
Sam: Don't mention the fact that I didn't ring the bell.
Amanda: Your secret is safe with me. You want to try it again?
Sam: No, thank you, enough. I've had enough for this evening. Ahem -- better luck next time and all that. Ugh.
Felicia: I don't know.
Vicky: Mother, if you do not lay off about this Jake stuff, I am really going to get angry.
Donna: Lisa is moving out of town tonight.
Vicky: She's moving tonight? I've won. I've actually won. No matter what happens, he can't go back to her. No matter what, Jamie will always be mine.
Cass: John, hi. Where's Sharlene?
John: Jason is here.
Cass: What's wrong?
John: Nicole, what's wrong?
Nicole: It -- it's Jason.
Cass: You saw him?
Nicole: Yeah, he's over there.
Cass: Honey, did he hurt you?
John: You stay here with her. I'll take care of Jason.
Cass: Look, I want you to go over to Ronnie and Zack and tell them what's happened. I'll be right back.
Nicole: No, Cass! No, you can’t.
Cass: He really hurt you, didn't he?
Nicole: He is so angry.
Cass: Yeah, well, so am I, and I'm sick of this. He's not going to terrorize Felicia’s party.
Felicia: Ahem -- hello.
Man: Oh, hello.
Felicia: I'm sorry.
Man: You are Felicia Gallant, eh?
Felicia: Yes. Well, how did you know that?
Man: Well, I was watching when you made your entrance.
Felicia: Ah, yes, of course you were.
Man: This party is -- is in your honor, isn't it?
Felicia: Yes, it is.
Man: And you would like to be hypnotized, huh?
Felicia: Yes, I would.
Man: Well, sit down please.
Felicia: Ok, thank you.
Man: You -- you have been hypnotized before?
Felicia: Yes. In fact -- well --
Man: What? What is it?
Felicia: Well, I did remember some things -- I mean, things that I had obviously locked up inside myself -- and, well, I'd like to know some more.
Man: Ah. Well, look, I'm a real hypnotist, but, you know, I do nightclubs and parties. I'm not a shrink.
Felicia: No, no. I understand that, really. It's ok.
Man: Ok. You know, if there's something you don't want to remember, maybe you're better off. I mean, it is your 40th birthday.
Felicia: I went to a 40th birthday party a long time ago. It was my stepfather's, and, well, there were things that I don't remember about that day, and I really need to know them.
Man: Oh. He -- he must have been pretty important to you, huh?
Felicia: He was, in a way.
Man: Hmm. Are you sure you want to remember?
Felicia: I don't really think it's a question of wanting. That night, I mean, whatever happened changed my life, and I really need to know why.
Man: Well, all right, Felicia.
Felicia: You will then hypnotize me?
Man: Well, that's what I'm here for.
Felicia: Good. Listen, when you talk about that night, would you do me a favor? Would you call me Fanny?
Man: Ok, Fanny.
Felicia: Thank you.
Man: Just stare at the pen. Please. Good. Good. Good.
Vicky: The tower. Oh, ball, what does that mean?
Jason: Destruction. You know, I know nothing about that stuff, but I'll tell you, that card -- that's right on the money.
Vicky: How did you get in here?
Jason: Oh, frightened, huh, Vicky? I'm starting to finally get through to you, huh?
Vicky: You can't do anything to me! Oh, all I have to do is scream and they'll throw you out of here because there are tons of people in that tent who can't stand the sight of you!
Jason: That's right. I could call your husband, Jamie. Yeah, I could call him in here right now and have this little conversation with him, couldn't I?
Vicky: You can't ruin what Jamie and I have.
Jason: I think I can. But I tell you, you would self-destruct yourself anyway.
Vicky: Jamie loves me!
Jason: He wouldn't have touched you, Vicky, if I hadn't primed the pump!
Vicky: No. No, that was then, see?
Jason: Oh, yeah?
Vicky: And now Jamie and I have something very special that not even you can ruin.
Jason: I'm kind of happy you're not going to drop this lawsuit. I mean, what is money? It's a rate of exchange -- it means nothing to you. But for me to watch your life be destroyed -- that's going to be a lot of fun for me.
Vicky: Oh, call him in here. Tell him anything you want to tell him! I have nothing to hide from him.
Jason: I wouldn't do it in here -- no way. What I have planned is kind of like an act. I need an audience. I just wanted this last little minute with you alone.
Vicky: What for?
Jason: So I could see your face, so I could show you that I did make it in here. It's not going to be a lot of fun for you waiting for that ax to come down.
Vicky: Oh! Oh.
Man: Are you at the party?
Felicia: Uh-huh. I hope it's fun. Maybe Noah will be in a good mood from it. He hasn't talked to me all day. Oh, I so hope he likes my present.
Man: Oh. Well, is it a nice present?
Felicia: I think so. I saved all my money to get it. I even called the jewelry store myself.
Man: Well, what is the present?
Felicia: A watch. A beautiful, beautiful watch.
Felicia: You know what? It plays my favorite song.
Man: Well, why don't you give it to him?
Felicia: Yeah? All right. Ok. Noah? I have your present. Why don't -- why don't you open it?
Felicia: It -- it plays a pretty song. Well, what's -- what's the matter? Why don't you like it? Noah? Noah, please. Please don't say that. No! No, not my baby! No!
Man: Fanny, what's wrong?
Man: Fanny, fanny, I'm -- I'm bringing you back before they --
Felicia: I have to get out of here. I have to go.
Man: Get the cops in here.
Felicia: I have to leave. I have to get out of here.
Man: Fanny, I'm going to bring you back now.
Felicia: Please, no!
Man: I'm going to count to three. When I get to three --
Felicia: No, please.
Man: You'll be back in the present.
Felicia: Please, no!
Man: It'll be your birthday party.
Felicia: I have to go.
Man: One, two --
Photographer: Guys, she's in here!
Photographer: Happy birthday, Felicia.
Evan: He simply just cut right through the tent and he got right in.
Guard: It was clear in the back, ma'am.
Iris: Well, you listen to me. Jason Frame is dangerous. He was fired from Cory Publishing and he's out to seek revenge.
Guard: Don't worry.
Iris: Now, that's why you were hired -- to keep him out!
Guard: Don't worry, ma'am. We'll find him.
Iris: Well, you'd better. And I don't want any of my guests to find out, and I don't want my father to hear about it. Is that clear? Now go find him! Oh, he'd better find him.
Evan: Well, if they don't, it's the end for both of us.
Vicky: Jamie! Jamie.
Michael: Honey, what's wrong? You're white as a ghost.
Jamie: What is it?
Vicky: I don't know. I don't --
Jamie: What is it? My goodness, what --
Donna: Jason's here.
Michael: Jason's here?
Vicky: I want to leave, Jamie.
Jamie: All right, we will. If you could just stay here right here with your mother for just a minute, ok?
Michael: Jamie, let's go see if this is true.
Jake: Honey, you want a glass of water or something?
Vicky: No. No, thanks.
Jake: You're shaking. Did you see Jason?
Vicky: No, Jason doesn't scare me!
Jake: I don't care what she says, she's afraid.
Donna: I know.
Jake: No! No, Donna! I'm going to find Jason and take care of him myself, all right?
Sharlene: Josie, talk to me, please.
Josie: Why? I already know what you think.
Sharlene: I -- I didn't mean to sound so harsh.
Josie: Didn't you?
Sharlene: Josie, I love you.
Josie: But you think I'm trash.
Sharlene: No, I --
Josie: Yes, you do! You think I'm trash just because I want to show Matthew how much I care for him.
Sharlene: But, sweetheart, you don't have to use your body to show him that.
Josie: Well, it doesn't matter now, does it? Because he thinks I'm a tramp and so do you.
Sharlene: Josie, clothes like that -- they send a man a message. Now, in your case, that message isn't true.
Josie: Well, you don't seem to know what's true and what isn't, do you?
Sharlene: I know that you're a good girl. I know that and Matthew knows that. I am afraid. I'm afraid of your getting hurt.
Josie: But I already am hurt, mama, and it's all because of you.
Sharlene: It's what?
Josie: You've made me scared, scared to feel --
Josie: Ashamed of being pretty. When a guy looks at me, I feel special.
Sharlene: You are special, but not because you flaunt your body in front of a bunch of boys.
Josie: Oh, oh, but you can spend all night with John Hudson -- that's ok. That's good.
Sharlene: I am not a child, Josie.
Josie: Neither am I. You made me afraid of Matthew and now I've lost him!
Sharlene: Josie --
Josie: Maybe I should've been as bad as you think I've been.
Sharlene: Josie? Josie? Josie?
Lisa: I have a lot of packing here to do, Matt.
Matt: I blew it, right?
Lisa: I thought you came here to talk about Josie.
Matt: Lisa, all I know is I look at you and I don't have any questions. I don't think you do, either.
Matt: I know I'm not the love of your life.
Lisa: No one is. No one could be.
Matt: We'll never see each other after tonight.
Lisa: I don't know.
Matt: I can't make you do anything, and you have to do what you think is right. But the other night we were together. For a while, we were together. You reached for me. It felt right.
Matt: It still does.
Evan: Jason --
Jason: I got no more to say to you.
Evan: Don't you do this to me.
Jason: Well, you stand by and you watch tonight, ok?
Evan: Do you understand if you bring Iris down that you'll bring me down with her?
Jason: Tonight I'm thinking about one person, number one, and that is me!
Evan: And if the Cory's find out about me, I'll never get my shot at Rachel!
Jason: I got tired of waiting. You took too long. And I'll tell you what I get tired of most is you and Iris and Mac and Vicky and everybody calling the shots in this two-bit town. Well, tonight is my night. I call the shots. Everybody dances to my tune.
Evan: What are you saying, the hell with me?
Evan: The hell with all of us?
Evan: I thought we were family, Jason.
Jason: Well, you thought wrong. I got no family, not anymore.
Rachel: Wasn't that Jason?
Evan: Yeah, I just tried to stop him, but he got away.
Rachel: Oh, not again.
Evan: I just saw Jason.
Iris: Well, did you get rid of him?
Evan: No, I tried to stop him. Listen, he is bound and determined to blow this thing sky-high.
Iris: Oh, no, not if we stop him first.
Donna: Jason's here.
Donna: Jason is here.
Felicia: Give me that.
Mitch: What about Jason?
Donna: Jason is here.
Mac: Ladies and gentlemen -- everyone, may I have your attention, please? There's about to be an announcement you will not want to miss. Everybody? First may I have Iris and Felicia and Amanda at the microphone?
[Cheers and applause]
Mac: Have you seen Rachel?
Iris: No, but she's around in the crowd somewhere.
Mac: Well, I guess we'll have to start anyway. And now I am going to turn the proceedings over to my beautiful daughter -- one of my beautiful daughters -- Iris.
Iris: Thank you, thank you, thank you. Ladies and gentlemen, as my father said, we are here to celebrate Felicia’s 40th birthday.
Iris: But that's not the only reason for our celebration this evening. I have received the most fantastically enthusiastic response on the first segment of our "Brava" issue of the rags-to-riches story on Felicia’s life.
Iris: "Brava's" circulation figures have never been better.
Iris: I just want to say the Cory family are particularly proud of this article because it was written by our very own Amanda Cory Fowler. Amanda? That is so terrific. You might know, but Amanda has been nominated for the very famous Devilbiss Award, which is for excellence in journalism. Congratulations.
Iris: And she's going to win. Just one more announcement and then I'll finish and you can all go back to enjoying yourself. When I came back to Cory publishing and had the opportunity to work alongside my father, it -- it was like a dream come true for me. And I've spent a lot of moments trying to find an opportunity to repay him for that privilege, and I think I've finally found it. I intend to provide the backing for a second magazine called "Sophisticate," and I know it's going to set the publishing world on its ear!
Iris: Thank you, daddy! I love you.
Mac: Are -- are you all right?
Iris: Could -- could you take over?
Mac: Of course, dear. Iris is a bit overcome at the moment. She's been working tremendously hard to make this evening such a success, as it has been. I must admit I'm a bit overwhelmed myself at her expression of love and loyalty to me. But now I expect all of you think that you have seen everything here we have to offer. You're wrong. Overhead are hundreds of balloons which will descend on a cue from me on to every part of the big top. And in one of those balloons, there is a 40-carat diamond.
Mac: It's fake, of course.
Mac: I may be generous, but I'm not crazy. So start popping those balloons because the lucky person who finds that beautiful fake diamond will also receive a marvelous prize, which is to be awarded by none other than our own birthday girl, Felicia Gallant.
Sharlene: Where are you going, Josie?
Josie: To find Matthew.
Sharlene: I don't want you to leave right now.
Josie: I'm going.
Sharlene: No matter what I say?
Josie: I don't want to end up unhappy and alone, mama. I don't want to end up like you!
Matt: Please, Lisa, don't stop, not now.
Felicia: I can't stand this noise! I have to get out of here!
Mitch: Felicia? Felicia!
Felicia: Go away. Please.
Man: Fanny? Fanny? Fanny?
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