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Another World Transcript Thursday 2/10/05
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Singer: There's a beautiful horizon of your arms here I can see
Singer: Don't you know that you've got me right where I want to be? If I don't fall tonight could I ever be more sure if I don't feel
Vicky: Mmm. That coffee smells good.
Jamie: What are you doing up so early?
Vicky: I could never get to sleep. Tell me that coffee isn't decaf.
Jamie: It's decaf. What do you mean, you never got to sleep?
Vicky: I couldn't get comfortable. Can't we have normal coffee sometimes?
Jamie: The bed was very comfortable.
Jamie: Here, have some milk.
Vicky: Of course you thought it was comfortable. You took up the whole bed.
Jamie: Well, you should have moved me.
Vicky: Oh, yeah, right. Honey, Arnold Schwarzenegger couldn't have moved you.
Jamie: Huh. Well, you can take a nap later.
Vicky: Yeah, well, before I take a nap, I need caffeine, coffee -- very strong, strong coffee.
Jamie: Not when you're pregnant.
Vicky: Not when I'm pregnant? Tell me, how many kids turned out normal before women knew that they couldn't have anything good while they were pregnant?
Jamie: Well, now, come on, honey. You can have a few good things.
Vicky: Hmm. Like what?
Jamie: Like this.
Vicky: Ooh -- ooh. Now, what if they discover that this isn't good for babies either?
Jamie: We'll ignore them.
Vicky: Oh, yeah?
Vicky: Jamie, what if somebody's watching?
Jamie: We'll ignore them, too.
Vicky: No, no, I can't, honey. I want to go home.
Vicky: This -- this place gives me the creeps. I hear weird noises at night and the bed is too small and people walk around all day.
Jamie: Well, did you expect to have a good time here?
Vicky: No, no, of course I didn't.
Jamie: Come on, now. Let's just relax and try to make the best of it. Come on, sit down. Sharlene and Josie need us now.
Vicky: Well, why? They're going to be depressed whether we're here or not.
Jamie: Well, I'm sure they feel a lot less depressed when they have family around. They just lost somebody that they cared a lot about.
Vicky: Yeah, Jason. That's another thing. Everywhere I look, I see that man's face. When is this death going to be put to rest? I mean, isn't it bad enough, the police hounding everybody all the time?
Jamie: Yeah, well, maybe they'll find something in that strongbox they took from his safe.
Vicky: Yeah, yeah, maybe.
Jamie: I can't help wondering, though. What could he have locked up in that safe that could have anything to do with his death?
Rick: What kind of man keeps a strongbox in his safe?
Courtney: A man who didn't trust anyone. Let's see -- military discharge, campaign ribbons, insurance records, letters, birth certificate, and Sharlene's divorce papers.
Rick: Regular stuff.
Courtney: Except for these bank balance sheets.
Rick: Anything there?
Courtney: Uh -- this is way out of line.
Courtney: Over the last several months, there have been some very large deposits made to his account.
Rick: What's so unusual about that?
Courtney: You can explain it?
Rick: Well, Frame Construction was finally getting cranked up, new contracts coming in, new money pouring in --
Courtney: Uh-uh, uh-uh, not pouring in this much, no.
Rick: Oh, these are some very big numbers.
Courtney: Right -- too big.
Rick: Well, let's find out where this money came from.
Courtney: I have a pretty good idea where.
Rick: Me, too.
Courtney and Rick: Blackmail.
Cass: Oh, honey.
Felicia: What's happening?
Cass: I wasn't here.
Cass: You were arrested and I wasn't even here.
Felicia: God, I thought you were going to tell me something really terrible.
Cass: When I found out that you were brought up on charges, I just couldn't believe it.
Felicia: Cass, they really do believe they have a case.
Cass: They're only going after you because you're a celebrity.
Cass: You know that, don't you?
Cass: Oh, I'm so sorry I wasn't here. Are you ok? Hmm?
Felicia: No. I want you to know that Stacey and Zack were terrific.
Cass: Good, I'm glad. Damn it, I should have come home from Boston sooner.
Felicia: It was a dead end, wasn't it?
Cass: Mrs. Kramer quit her managing position at the boarding house and left town, no forwarding address. She went to some retirement home or something.
Cass: I'm going to look through every phone book in the country if Mrs. Kramer has to be somewhere. And when I do find her, she's going to tell me where Noah is.
Felicia: Cass, I keep telling you, Noah is dead. I killed him.
Cass: I did find out one other thing.
Cass: Jason Frame telephoned Mrs. Kramer the day that she disappeared.
Cass: That's what the land lady told me. Maybe Jason found out that Noah is still alive.
Felicia: Maybe Jason found out that I killed Noah. Huh. What do you suppose? That he was planning to blackmail me? Well, now, wouldn't that make a wonderful motive for the police?
Cass: Hey, are you giving up? Huh?
Felicia: I'm not sure. Maybe.
Cass: All right, I think it's time you told me the whole truth.
Mitch: What the hell are you talking about, Cass?
Felicia: The police think that I really planned to kill Jason. Now, we know that isn't true.
Cass: There's more to it than that.
Felicia: Who do you think that is?
Cass: That must be Sadie. I'll get it.
Felicia: Well, who's Sadie?
Cass: She's a clerk in records at the police department. She's very helpful when I want to know what the cops know. Sadie, come in. I'm glad. I was hoping it was you.
Sadie: Hi, Mr. Winthrop.
Cass: Please, please, how many times do I have to tell you? Call me Cass.
Sadie: Cass. I got your message.
Cass: I love your hair.
Sadie: You're so bad.
Cass: I know. It's a sickness. Come in. I was just wondering if anything has come in.
Sadie: The police have found a strongbox.
Cass: Jason Frame's?
Sadie: Right. It was in a wall safe at the frame farm.
Cass: Was there anything in it?
Sadie: The regular stuff -- legal documents, personal things, bank records.
Cass: Sadie, this is great news! I'm very grateful to you. This could be a big help to me.
Sadie: Anytime, Cass.
Cass: Listen, we're still on for that lunch, aren't we? I want you to pick out a nice restaurant, and I'll tell you what day is good for me.
Sadie: There's this new place, Le Boire De Chevalier, over on park?
Cass: Yeah? Yeah?
Sadie: It costs a fortune.
Cass: Money is no object. You're on. Thanks again, Sadie.
Cass: Ok? Take care. Bye.
Felicia: You are so loathsome.
Felicia: I mean, you lead her on so she'll give you information?
Cass: What? Sadie knows what's going on.
Felicia: Why is she doing this?
Cass: I'd really rather not go into --
Felicia: Honey, why?
Cass: Her kid brother got into a jam, ok, and she doesn't have any money, so I'm representing him and I'm waiving my fee, all right?
Felicia: Well, I figured as much.
Cass: Are you happy?
Felicia: Yes, I'm happy.
Cass: Did you hear what she said?
Mitch: About the strongbox?
Cass: Full of personal papers?
Cass: So there could be something in there that could help us.
Felicia: Help us how?
Cass: By getting evidence that will point this case in a different direction, away from you.
Vicky: Honey, please try to understand.
Jamie: Well, I mean, if you can't sleep --
Vicky: No, I can't even relax. It's not your family. Believe me, your family is wonderful, but I don't fit in here.
Jamie: No, that's not true. You do, too.
Vicky: It's how I feel, Jamie.
Jamie: Well -- well, I mean, you have to get your rest.
Vicky: So I don't have to stay?
Jamie: No, you don't have to stay.
Vicky: Oh --
Jamie: But after your meeting with Stacey, why don't you just go back to the loft?
Vicky: You're wonderful. You're wonderful. I love you, I love you.
Jamie: But I think I should stay out here with Sharlene and Josie.
Vicky: You're not going to come with me?
Jamie: Well, just for another couple of days, until they get a little more settled.
Vicky: Well --
Jamie: Now, if you get lonely, you can stay with your folks.
Vicky: No, Jamie, I lived alone, remember? What happens if I go into labor?
Jamie: Now, you're not dilated yet, are you?
Vicky: No, no.
Jamie: And Dr. Peterson said the baby will probably be late, right?
Jamie: I'm not worried, then.
Vicky: Well, great, oh, great you're not worried.
Vicky: Oh, hi. I didn't hear you come in.
Sharlene: Sorry. I didn't mean scare you.
Vicky: No, no, you didn't.
Jamie: Are you ok?
Vicky: Yeah, yeah. I'm just cranky, that's all.
Sharlene: Cranky, you know, I was wreck right before Josie was born. The slightest little noise
Jamie: Hey, Sharlene --
Jamie: How about some breakfast? I make great toast.
Vicky: If you don't burn it.
Sharlene: I'd love some. I didn't get a chance to eat before I left.
Jamie: Where were you?
Sharlene: I was looking for a job.
Jamie: Sharlene --
Sharlene: Jamie, I'm going to have to get some work.
Jamie: I don't think you should be worrying about that right now.
Sharlene: I'll have to have some money if I want to hang on to this farm.
Jamie: Now, listen, Jason probably left some insurance somewhere. And if you need help, I'd like to help out.
Sharlene: Oh, no, you won't. No, you won't. I will take care of things on my own. Don't care if I have to work in a factory or not. I'll take care of it myself.
Rick: Jason certainly didn't have any financial problems.
Courtney: Yeah, in spite of the troubles with Vicky's lawsuit.
Rick: Anything else there that ties in?
Courtney: Well, we got stacks of letters from his brother Willis, military records, and all these others, probably all unrelated, but we've still got to check it out.
Rick: Yeah, well, let's subpoena his bank records and trace those deposits.
Courtney: That's a lot of cash.
Rick: Where do you think it came from? Felicia?
Courtney: Well, it'd sure make it a lot neater if it did.
Rick: You don't think so, do you?
Courtney: No, I don't. I mean, Jason was into all kinds of shady deals. And the more I go deeper into this case, the more I believe all roads do not lead to Felicia Gallant. I think it's time for us to find out who else wanted Jason silenced.
Felicia: I couldn't have struggled with Jason.
Cass: Why not?
Felicia: Because I wasn't anywhere near him, that's why.
Cass: Come on. There were scratches and bruises on his body. I was threatened by the strongman, right, and I saw his image in the mirrors --
Felicia: And I shot at that image, and then Jason -- I don't know -somehow he got in the way. I don't know how.
Mitch: We'll get another lawyer.
Cass: Just calm down, Mitch.
Mitch: Why should I calm down?
Cass: Do you actually think the D.A. Is going to just stand there, nodding approval, while Felicia tells her story?
Felicia: No, he isn't. I know he isn't. I know he's right.
Cass: You got listen to how the story sounds Felicia.
Mitch: And, what are you saying? Her story does add up.
Cass: "Add up"? Please, there are holes in it you can drive a convoy through.
Felicia: I was so confused. You understand that I was confused, I didn't know what was happening, and I saw all those damn mirrors. And then I -- I fainted.
Cass: Just as long as you're clear on what you do know.
Mitch: Look, Cass, this strong - box is there any chance of there being some sort of evidence in there? Is there any way that that can be of some help?
Cass: I sure as hell hope so.
Mitch: There's no way that Jason has anything on her. There's nothing to have.
Felicia: We hope.
Cass: Look, there's something else.
Cass: Stacey found a man who may be able to help.
Felicia: What man?
Cass: I don't know any details, so there's no point in getting our hopes up until Stacey fills me in, but --
Felicia: You think it might be the strongman? Do you?
Cass: I'm sorry I even brought it up, really. Let's just go on with your story, ok? It's a waste of time to speculate.
Felicia: Ok. Let's go on.
Cass: Tell me about your relationship with Jason Frame.
Felicia: I -- I didn't have a relationship with Jason Frame. I mean, he worked here. He was doing renovations on the apartment. We talked about that. That was about the extent of it.
Cass: Did he ever threaten you?
Cass: Get friendly?
Mitch: Cass, I can see that you're playing prosecutor, but what are you getting at?
Cass: Did he ever come on to you?
Felicia: Yes, but -- he was a flirt. He -- he was all talk. It was nothing that I couldn't handle.
Cass: You ever alone with him?
Cass: How often?
Felicia: Very often. Mitch was away a lot.
Cass: Great. The D.A.'s going to love that.
Felicia: Rick and Courtney have already mentioned that, Mitch.
Cass: They're trying to establish that Jason was a threat to Felicia and that he was either blackmailing her or trying to push her into an affair with him and she reacted by shooting him.
Felicia: No. I keep telling everybody, it was the strongman. I never meant to kill Jason. For heaven's sake, he's the one that gave me the gun. He knew somebody was following me. He knew it.
Cass: When you told him about this, was he sympathetic?
Mitch: Cass, come on. What are you getting at?
Cass: Is it possible that Jason was that somebody?
Cass: Was he trying to gaslight you?
Felicia: No, no, no. I don't know. I -- no, I -- God, I don't know what's happening.
Mitch: Hey, it's ok. You're doing fine. It's ok. Ok.
Felicia: You know what's really funny about all of this? The rags-to-riches story line is due out in "Brava." It's great timing, isn't it? "The Felicia Gallant success story" -- and I'm charged with murder. Some success,
John: Whew. Wow, is it cold out there. Ooh, something smells good.
Sharlene: Shouldn't you be at work?
John: Well, I wanted to take care of a few things around here first. What is that?
Sharlene: That's split pea with ham. You're doing too much.
John: It's ok. I can handle it. Really, I can, especially if you give me a little of that split pea and ham.
Sharlene: How are you going to keep that company running if you are never there to run it?
John: It's more important that I be here, I think.
Sharlene: Here you go.
Sharlene: You're welcome.
John: So, tell me about your day.
Sharlene: Well, it's been fine.
John: What'd you do?
Sharlene: Nothing much.
John: What about this morning?
Sharlene: This morning?
John: When you went looking for work?
Sharlene: Oh, that, huh?
John: Yeah, that. Why didn't you tell me, Sharlene?
Sharlene: Because I wasn't sure what was going to happen.
John: And what did happen?
Sharlene: I went to an employment agency. My 19-year-old employment counselor thinks that I'm going to be hard to place. I didn't know how to use a word processor.
John: Sharlene, why don't you let me help you financially?
John: Why not?
Sharlene: I won't hear of it.
John: Look, I'm doing all right now. I've got a little money coming in from the spa contract and the renovations at Felicia's and --
Sharlene: I will not take that woman's money.
John: Look, I only meant --
Sharlene: John, she killed my brother.
John: Don't you think that you're twisting this around just a --
Sharlene: John, I don't need your help. I don't need your help. I don't need anybody's help. I will take care of my daughter and me. I always have. I always will. Nothing's going to change that.
Stacey: Hello. Stacey Winthrop. No, this is not Phoebe Finsterfalt. Well, if I was Phoebe Finsterfalt, why would I be answering the phone "Stacey Winthrop," huh? Zack, is Cass coming in this morning?
Zack: I have no idea. We haven't spoken since he got back.
Stacey: Oh, well, I talked to him yesterday.
Zack: Yeah? So you gave him the lowdown on Felicia, huh?
Stacey: He went crazy.
Zack: Yeah, well, I figured he would. I mean, she's his friend, and she's in big trouble.
Stacey: So you don't think her story holds up?
Zack: She's not in a good state of mind, Stacey.
Stacey: Yeah, I know.
Zack: Yeah. I'm afraid she'd crumble under cross-examination, say whatever they wanted her to.
Stacey: Well, we can't let that happen.
Zack: Then we'd better think of something quick.
Stacey: I may have something.
Zack: Oh, really?
Zack: You want to tell me about it?
Stacey: Well, I will, but let's wait until Cass gets here, and then I can fill both of you in at the same time.
Zack: Yeah. You think it's a real lead, though?
Stacey: It's a good one. I don't know. It might be the best we're going to get.
Zack: Well, we better hope it leads to something. If it doesn't, Felicia's looking at a conviction.
Stacey: No, Cass won't let that happen. I know it.
John: Shalene! You and that damn pride of yours.
Sharlene: John, I know what --
John: Well, I'm glad to hear that you don't need me.
Sharlene: John, I do need you.
john: Well then --
Sharlene: But I won't take your money.
John: Why not?
Sharlene: Because I don't want to end up like Jason!
John: Oh, Sharlene, you can't compare yourself to Jason.
Sharlene: John, my brother's life was spent looking for a free ride. He wanted shortcuts. It. I will not do that. I don't care what I have to do to survive. I will never take anything from anybody.
John: Look, what do I have to do to get through to you?
Sharlene: I have made some big mistakes. I can't afford too many more.
John: Oh, Sharlene, come on. What mistakes?
Sharlene: We all have to learn to live with ourselves, John. You of all people should understand that.
Cass: You didn't have any words with Jason before the shooting?
Felicia: No, no. No --
Cass: Are you absolutely sure?
Felicia: No -- I mean, yes --
Cass: Well, which is it? Come on. Yes? No? No?
Felicia: No. No!
Mitch: No! The answer is no. She said no. She didn't have words with him. If she did, she would have said so.
Cass: But that's the whole point, Mitch.
Cass: Her mind has been playing tricks on her all this time.
Mitch: Well, you're confusing her.
Cass: I am not! You -- you've got to be absolutely sure.
Felicia: What do you mean?
Cass: Is it possible that you could have forgotten or blocked out an argument with Jason?
Felicia: I -- I don't know --
Cass: Come on, is it possible? Think. Think hard.
Felicia: I'm trying to think!
Cass: Is there anything that you could have left out? Anything at all?
Felicia: No! I told you everything I know about that night. I don't remember seeing Jason, not at all, not until he was lying there.
Mitch: Ok, ok. Ok, ok, ok. That's it. That is it. That is enough upset for the day.
Cass: Hey, hey, I love her. If you think this was rough, wait until she goes up against somebody who doesn't give a damn about her.
Mitch: Cass, will you just leave?
Cass: You're not doing her any favors, Mitch. Honey, you have to help me. You have to help me prove your innocence.
Felicia: I can't help him. There's nothing else that I know.
Mitch: Honey, it's ok. You're doing fine.
Felicia: I'm going to go to prison, aren't I?
Zack: Vicky, I'm glad you got over here so fast. I want to get this lawsuit off the books, ok?
Vicky: Oh, good. No problem.
Stacey: Hey, how's Jamie doing?
Vicky: He's fine.
Vicky: He's staying at the Frames'. He's helping Sharlene and Josie.
Stacey: Oh. They must be having a pretty tough time, huh?
Vicky: Yea he's really trying to help them actually, but it's just really difficult. And all of a sudden, I remembered all the things I need to buy for the baby. You know, I bought 15 t-shirts and all new --
Stacey: Oh, the motherly instinct taking over? Yeah, well, it happens.
Vicky: Yeah. Zack, well, if you've got those ready, I'd love to sign the papers because I'm tired and I want to get it over with.
Zack: Stacey, when Cass gets back, I'll ask him to stay here.
Zack: Ok? I won't be long. Vicky, good to see you.
Vicky: Yeah, you -- thanks, Zack.
Stacey: Hey, when I saw Jamie the other day, he looked so happy. He was like -- I don't know -- effervescent with that
Vicky: Yeah, the craziness with Jason has -- has kind of put a damper on things, but --
Stacey: Yeah, I imagine it would.
Vicky: But we're hoping that the baby is going to be a boy?
Stacey: You know that?
Vicky: No, we don't.
Stacey: Did you know, when he and I were going out -- well, anyway, that's a whole other story.
Vicky: Yeah, Jamie told me. You were carrying somebody else's baby?
Stacey: Yeah. It was a pretty rough time for Jamie, to say the least, and -- well, you know, heck, it all worked out for the better. Anyway, I'm sure he will make a wonderful father.
Vicky: Oh I know he will.
Jamie: Hello ladies.
Stacey: Hey, we were just talking about you and your baby-to-be.
Jamie: Any day now.
Stacey: Any day? Really?
Jamie: Yeah. Any day.
Vicky: Jamie, what are you doing here?
Jamie: Well, I was hoping to take you to lunch.
Vicky: Oh, well, you're so sweet.
Jamie: Yeah well, I thought since we can't see each other tonight, then we could have a long lunch together. What do you say?
Vicky: Oh, honey, I would love to, but, actually, I'm kind of tired, and I would love to just go home and climb into bed all day.
Jamie: Well, you're feeling all right, aren't you?
Vicky: Oh, I'm fine, I'm fine. I'm just a little tired, that's all.
Jamie: Would you like me to drive you home?
Vicky: No. I have my car, thank you. I just need to take a little nap.
Stacey: Vicky --
Stacey: Sign four places and you're out of here.
Vicky: Ok. Sure thing.
Stacey: Here, here, here, and here.
Vicky: Ok. And ok. Thanks. Ok, hon.
Jamie: Yeah. Listen, you and the baby get a nice long rest and just take the phone off the hook, ok?
Vicky: Good idea. Love you. Bye.
Jamie: I love you, too. Bye-bye.
Vicky: Thanks, Stacey.
Stacey: Oh, hope to see you soon.
Stacey: You look so happy, Jamie. It must be Vicky.
Jamie: Well, you know, it wasn't what you'd call smooth but we're doing good.
Stacey: Well, good. I'm really glad for you.
Jamie: Thank you. Now, what about you? How do you like working with Cass and Zack?
Stacey: Oh. It was such a rough start, I can't even tell you.
Jamie: I can imagine, with defending Felicia.
Stacey: Nothing fits, absolutely nothing.
Jamie: You know, the police have been out to the farm quite a bit.
Stacey: They have? Really?
Jamie: Yeah, and all Sharlene wants to do is forget out this whole thing.
Stacey: I'm sure.
Jamie: Yeah, yeah. What about things at your end? I mean, any new ideas, any new leads?
Stacey: I have a couple of leads, one of which I'm going to follow up on today. I got to head over to Marquette Hill, though.
Jamie: Marquette Hill?
Jamie: Marquette Hill? That's not exactly your silk-stocking district, my dear.
Stacey: Oh, I know. It's more like switchblades and brass knuckles, but, remember, I'm a very tough girl.
Jamie: Yeah, well, ok. Listen, I'll go with you.
Stacey: You what?
Jamie: Stacey, listen, I was just turned down for lunch. I have nothing to do. I'm free as a bird.
Stacey: I appreciate the offer, thank you very much, but I can take care of myself.
Jamie: Stacey, listen, Mike Tyson you're not. I used to take care of you all the time, remember?
Stacey: Well, you know, I have sort of learned to take care of myself in the last couple of years.
Jamie: Yeah, well, there's a difference between that and taking unnecessary risks.
Stacey: Always so sensible.
Jamie: Then listen to me.
Stacey: I'll be fine. Don't worry, ok?
Jamie: You go to Marquette Hill, anything can happen -- all of which would be bad.
Stacey: I will be ok. Like I said, don't worry.
Sharlene: Yes, I can type, but I thought this required answering phones oh. I see.
John: Well I'll see you there. I've got to go.
Sharlene: Well you know, I can't use a computer, I don't know how to, but I'm very anxious to learn. I see. All right, well, thank you, anyway.
John: I'll call you later.
Sharlene: Don't be angry.
John: Sharlene, you have to do what you think is right.
Sharlene: I just hope you understand.
[Knock on door]
Felicia: Sharlene, I -- I thought about phoning first, but then I thought, well, this way would be better.
Sharlene: Because you know I'd tell you not to come.
Felicia: I'm not really sure what your reaction would be. I -- I'm still not.
Sharlene: What do you want, Felicia?
Felicia: Just to talk. I wanted to go to Jason's funeral, but I did think better of it.
Sharlene: No, you didn't belong there.
Felicia: Sharlene, I just wanted you to know how really sorry I am about everything. You and Josie have lost someone very close to you. That was so unexpected. I just wanted you to know that I was thinking about you in the hope that maybe --
Sharlene: What? That we could be friends again?
Felicia: I guess that's pretty foolish of me to think that could ever happen.
Sharlene: Felicia, forgive me, please forgive me, but you're talking as if he dropped dead in the street or something. It was you.
Felicia: Please forgive me.
Sharlene: No, I can't.
Vicky: Dr. Peterson, thank you for seeing me on such short notice. I know how busy you are.
Dr. Peterson: You said it was important.
Vicky: Actually, it's urgent.
Dr. Peterson: Are you feeling all right?
Dr. Peterson: No contractions or anything?
Vicky: No, Dr. Peterson, what I have to talk to you about is very personal, and I need to know it won't go outside of this room.
Dr. Peterson: Of course. Whatever you tell me will be strictly confidential.
Vicky: I need to make sure that Jamie is the father of my baby. I want you to do a paternity test.
Man: What's going on here?
Stacey: Oh, nothing. Hi. Hello.
Man: Do I know you?
Stacey: No, no. I -- I'm an attorney, and I'm looking for a man. Maybe you've seen him.
Man: Oh, lot of men around here. Lot of men -- crackpots, most of them.
Stacey: Yeah. Well, listen, this is a big guy -- a real big guy, and he was wearing an overcoat with a cap on.
Man: That could fit a lot of guys around here.
Stacey: This is important, though. Can you please help me with this?
Man: Listen, you best get out of here. You best get out of here right now. It's dangerous. Dangerous.
Stacey: Yeah, I'm looking for a man, huh?
[Church bells toll]
Stacey: I read the paper every day. That's it.
Stacey: Hi, yeah. I want to place an ad in your personals. The name is Stacey Winthrop, and I want to charge to Winthrop & Edwards. Edwards. I want the ad to read "female lawyer seeks strongman. Trust me. Call 555-7123." Yeah. No, that's it. Ok, thanks a lot. Bye-bye.
Felicia: I -- I know it's pretty stupid of me to ask you to forgive me.
Sharlene: Felicia, my brother is dead because of you.
Felicia: I know that. If I could convince you that it was an accident. I swear to God it was an accident. I was very confused that night. I don't have any idea what happened, really.
Sharlene: But it did happen.
Felicia: But I never meant to hurt Jason. It was an accident. I don't care what the newspapers keep saying. It was.
Sharlene: My brother is gone, Felicia! And nothing you can say can bring him back to me! Nothing you can say can make it any easier!
Felicia: I know
Sharlene: He's all we had, Josie and me.
Felicia: I know.
Sharlene: Jason -- he may not have been much, Felicia, but he was good to me, and I loved him.
Felicia: I know you did.
Sharlene: And now his life is over. His life is over. It's gone, and it's because of you.
Cass: There could be real evidence.
Zack: Do you think Sadie's information is right --
Cass: She's never failed me yet.
Zack: You know, Cass, I hate to be a downer, but this doesn't sound like it will be anything anything to get Felicia off. Zack: Cass, you're a terrific lawyer, but you've been known to bend the rules a little.
Cass: Bend, not break.
Zack: I mean, if anything is thrown out as inadmissible evidence because the rules were bent --
Cass: Nothing will be, I promise you.
Zack: If it is, Felicia's going to be up to her you-know-what in trouble.
Stacey: Cass, you remember the guy we talked about the other day. I think he's the strongman.
Cass: Are you serious?
Stacey: Oh, sorry --
Cass: That's all right.
Stacey: Not 100% sure, but when he talked about Felicia, he called her Fanny.
Cass: Does he have a scar?
Stacey: Well, I couldn't tell because -- well, it was sort of weird. He covered the side of his face.
Zack: So what happened?
Stacey: So he spots a cop and he thinks that I set him up and he takes off. I went back looking for him again today.
Cass: But no luck?
Stacey: Right but I am trying something, and if it works, then we should be getting a phone call very shortly, maybe even tomorrow.
Cass: He has to call. He has to call!
Stacey: The good news?
Stacey: He mentioned dun. He mentions it means -- it must mean something, I don't know what.
Cass: Right! You're right! And if he wants to talk to us, he has to call.
Cass: So he'll call! All right! We're getting somewhere now. We're starting to cook!
Dr. Peterson: You're not sure that Jamie is the father?
Vicky: I'm almost sure.
Dr. Peterson: "Almost"?
Vicky: There was one night, and that's why I need proof.
Dr. Peterson: Does your husband know about this one night?
Vicky: Oh, God, no, of course he doesn't know about this.
Dr. Peterson: I see.
Vicky: Well, is there something you can do?
Dr. Peterson: I wish there was, Vicky.
Vicky: What do you mean, you wish there was? You have to do something!
Dr. Peterson: There is really nothing I can do.
Vicky: Well, what about a paternity test?
Dr. Peterson: It's not that simple.
Vicky: I don't care. I'll do anything.
Dr. Peterson: Will you jeopardize the life of your child?
Vicky: What do you mean by that?
Dr. Peterson: That test involves drawing blood out of the fetus while it's in utero. I know I won't.
Vicky: I never thought of it being dangerous before.
Dr. Peterson: Think about this, too -- what if you found out that the baby was not your husband's? Would you tell him?
Vicky: I just want to prove that this baby is Jamie's!
Dr. Peterson: And if it isn't?
Vicky: I don't know. I don't know. I -- I guess I haven't thought one way or the other, I --
Dr. Peterson: You could go into early labor, shorten the baby's natural time in the womb. It could make for a very complicated delivery.
Vicky: And you won't do it?
Dr. Peterson: I can't let you take that risk with your child. It would be unethical. I'm sorry, Vicky.
Felicia: I just hope that someday you'll understand why I came here.
Sharlene: I understand now. You wanted me to ease your guilt.
Felicia: You're right. I'm -- I'm sure that's part of it, yes.
Sharlene: I'm sorry. I haven't the capacity.
Felicia: Sharlene, I just -- I just wanted you to know how sorry I am from my heart. I hope you know that if there's anything at all that I can do --
Sharlene: What are you saying? After everything that's happened, do you think that I could take money from you? What kind of person do you think I am?
Felicia: I shouldn't have come here.
Sharlene: No, please go!
Felicia: I am sorry.
John: Here you go.
Man: Oh. Look, I don't think I'm going to be able to get to this today.
John: Jerry, you owe me, and you know you do. Now, I want that stuff done today.
Jerry: Look, I'll do my best.
John: You'll do better than that. All right, look. Here. That might help, huh?
Jerry: Yeah. It'll help.
John: Jerry, I want it done yesterday.
Cass: All right. The police are still investigating, right? Now, that leads me to believe that they are not totally sold on the idea that Felicia did it intentionally.
Zack: Well, they're close to being sold, that's for sure.
Cass: Motive. That's what they're missing -- a motive. Felicia is not a desperate woman. If she was really having problems with Jason, she would have come to one of us, right?
Stacey: That's right, yeah!
Cass: And the cops know that, too.
Zack: Well, what are you trying to say, Cass?
Cass: No motive! That's what we push, that and the theory that somebody else could have killed Jason Frame.
Stacey: Somebody else? What, are you nuts?
Cass: No, I'm not nuts. There are a lot of people in this town that had a very strong dislike for Jason Frame.
Cass: Exactly. Who?
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