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Another World Transcript Tuesday 3/1/05
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Russ: Yeah, Sharlene? Sharlene, are you there?
Sharlene: Yeah. I just didnít expect to hear your voice.
Russ: Yeah, well, it's been a long time.
Sharlene: Yeah. Yes, it has.
Russ: Well, I wonít keep you. I donít think that we'll be -- we'll be seeing each other, but I did want you to know that I'm here. I'm in Bay City for just a short visit.
Sharlene: Well, yeah. I --
Russ: Well, just so you'd know. Goodbye, Sharlene.
Sharlene: Russ --
Sharlene: Uh -- that was Russ.
John: He gets to you, doesn't he?
Man: It's not here.
Stacey: The gun?
Man: I hid it right in there.
Stacey: Wait a second, none of this is making any sense to me. You said that you took the gun that Felicia used to shoot Jason, right?
Man: Yes, and I put it here. I put it here!
Stacey: But the police have that gun.
Man: No, I told you. I saw her shoot. After she fainted, I picked it up.
Stacey: Right, and then you hid it over there?
Stacey: Ok, so the gun that they have, Felicia never fired?
Stacey: But that is the gun that killed Jason. That means Felicia didnít do it.
Man: Yeah, I put it here when you came that first time.
Stacey: Well, that gun is going to prove her innocence. We got to find it!
Matt: Dad, donít do this.
Mitch: Matthew -- you did this.
Cass: I'll do whatever it takes.
Matt: Dad, would you listen to me? You canít go -- you canít run away like this.
Mitch: Look, I want you to go home.
Cass: It's not going to help Felicia. It'll only hurt her in the long run.
Mitch: Cass, donít give me this. Look, you donít know about prison. You haven't been there, and you haven't been there, either.
Cass: Who says she's going to go to prison?
Felicia: Mitch, please.
Mitch: Look, the cards are stacked against her, donít you understand that?
Matt: Dad, would you listen to me? You're the one who came after me when I ran away.
Mitch: Matthew, go home. This is different.
Matt: You're the one who told me that running away never solved anything.
Mitch: This is different.
Cass: You'd better listen to your son, Mitch. It's your last chance.
Mitch: Matthew, believe me, if there were any other way --
Cass: There is. We can fight, Mitch.
Mitch: Cass, I've listened to you. I donít buy it.
Matt: Listen to him.
Mitch: Look, that plane is going to be leaving in a few minutes, Matthew.
Matt: How are you going to live? You'll live your whole life running?
Mitch: We donít have to be on the run. For one thing, there's no extradition treaty with Honduras.
Cass: I've told you, Mitch, just because there's no treaty doesn't mean they wonít allow extradition. Honduras is very friendly with the United States. Do you honestly think they're going to help people like you and jeopardize their foreign aid?
Mitch: Ok, if we have to, then we'll get lost in the countryside, ok?
Cass: How's your Spanish, Mitch?
Mitch: I'll get by.
Cass: My guess is they're going to spot you no matter where you go.
Matt: I canít believe this! You want to live like that? You want Felicia to live that?
Mitch: We'll make it.
Felicia: Mitch --
Mitch: Look, I thought we had gone over this. I thought we had made a decision together.
Matt: You'll always be on the run, dad, using false names, always looking over your shoulder.
Cass: No phone calls back to the states. They're too easy to trace.
Matt: Dad, what about me? What, I never see you again? Come on!
Mitch: Matthew, I'm sorry. Look, this isnít easy. I'm sorry, but it's her life. We have to think about Felicia.
Cass: If it's her life, why donít you let her say something?
Mitch: Well, she can talk, but I'm the one that's been to prison. I'm the one that I know what I'm talking about.
Cass: Assuming she goes!
Mitch: Look, when she goes, Cass, because that so-called defense of yours isnít going to hold water.
Cass: Mitch, I'm positive there's another gun!
Mitch: You canít be! You've got no proof!
Felicia: Mitch, Mitch -- listen to me, darling. Listen to me. I love you. You know that. And I know you love me, and I know you're trying so hard to protect me.
Mitch: And I will.
Felicia: What -- just what if they're right?
Mitch: We'll survive.
Felicia: What about our love?
Mitch: It'll survive.
Felicia: I think it's too much for you to give up just to protect me.
Mitch: Wait a minute. What are you saying?
Felicia: Darling, I donít want you to regret, not even for a minute, that you love me or that you married me. Please --
Mitch: Look, I wouldnít do that, and you know it.
Matt: Dad, when I ran away, I almost messed up everything, and it was only for a couple days. Come on.
Mitch: We are running out of time. We've got to go. Matthew --
Mitch: I'm sorry. It has to be this way.
Stacey: Did someone see you hide it?
Man: No, I told you.
Stacey: Well, obviously, somebody took it and they're long gone by now.
Man: Maybe not.
Stacey: Well, what do you mean?
Man: Look, this area is filled with homeless. They sleep by the water.
Stacey: Not sure I follow.
Man: They're scared. Maybe somebody found a gun.
Stacey: Oh, so they're using it for protection?
Man: I'm going to ask around.
Stacey: Well, how long will you be?
Man: You canít stay here. It's not safe.
Stacey: So where do you want me to wait?
Man: Go home!
Stacey: I will not leave when we're this close to it. No way. I'm coming with you. I can watch your back, and then if you need protection or anything, I can --
Man: No! This is no place for somebody like you.
Stacey: Somebody like me? What -- what do you mean by that?
Man: Look, you're too -- just go. Get out of here!
Stacey: Hey, wait a second! Get --
Stacey: "Somebody like me."
Russ: Look, I just thought that eventually she'll know I was in town anyway. I felt it was the right thing to do.
Mac: I think it was the right thing.
Russ: Thank you.
Mac: Darling, you're back so soon?
Rachel: Hi. Yep. I told Donna that we had a guest. She understood. So you called Sharlene?
Russ: Yes. Yes, just to let her know I'm here.
Rachel: Donít tell me you haven't talked to her since your divorce.
Mac: Darling --
Rachel: Oh. I should stay out of it. Right.
Mac: Well, something like that.
Russ: Sharlene and I -- we hardly spoke. I doubt very seriously if I'm even going to see her. But I donít think that Sharlene and I are going to be like you and me.
Rachel: Well, we've had years to get over our differences.
Russ: That's very true.
Rachel: It's just that you never got a chance to say goodbye to Sharlene.
Russ: Oh, Rachel, come on. Anytime somebody walks out on you like Sharlene did to me, and you spend any time at all pining for her, I think it makes you a bigger fool than she is.
Mac: Yeah. But still, Rachel has a point. It is healthier for people to try to resolve their feelings with each other.
Russ: Come on, what -- I mean, why are even talking all this much about Sharlene? It's years since I've seen her. I have a whole new life. I have a lovely, lovely daughter. And believe me, my life in Europe has been just great. Ask Iris.
Russ: Yes, Iris. We used to run into each other every now and then. In fact, she's the one who told me about the position at the hospital.
Russ: Yeah, yeah. I suppose now I'm here, I should give her a call.
Mac: Well, I think that might be a problem.
John: You want to talk about it?
Sharlene: You mean, do I still have feelings for Russ?
John: You were married to him.
Sharlene: And I probably still would be if I hadn't acted like such a child.
John: What, are you telling me that you wish you still were married to him?
Sharlene: No. No, I donít mean that. It's just -- I told you -- I told you, things went wrong and I took off.
John: Well, maybe you were too young.
Sharlene: I was old enough. Russ and I -- we were so different.
John: Perhaps it wasn't meant to be?
Sharlene: That's right. He was a good guy, you know. He was. He was a real nice guy. Just now he called to let me know he was here so I wouldnít be surprised if I ran into him.
John: How'd you ever meet him, anyway?
Sharlene: My brother Steve was married to his sister, Alice. And I was staying out at her place. It was a few years after Floyd died, and I -- I still wasn't doing too well. And Russ just took me under his wing, protected me. Used to think that he cherished me.
John: But you left.
John: Why? I mean, if he was so terrific, why did you feel you had to leave him?
Matt: You're a coward, dad!
Mitch: Matthew, I'm sorry. I am sorry. Maybe one day you will understand.
Cass: Donít do this, Mitch.
Mitch: Look, I love her, do you understand?
Cass: Then stay and fight it!
Felicia: Cass, I am sorry. This is something that Mitch feels that we have to do.
Mitch: We have to go.
Cass: What happens if you get caught, huh? Not to you -- to her. She will have jumped bail. What jury wonít believe she's guilty then? After all, she will have run away.
Mitch: What difference does it make anyway? Because the jury's going to convict her.
Cass: How do you know that?
Mitch: I know that.
Cass: Face it, Mitch, you're still living in the past, and you want her to live there with you.
Felicia: Donít -- donít do this, Cass. Please, donít.
Cass: Just because you had a rough time of it doesn't mean that happens to everybody.
Mitch: Just get out of the way.
Cass: Show her --
Matt: Dad, please --
Cass: Show her that you believe in something besides injustice.
Matt: Please, dad, we'll work together. You know, a long time ago, you had to fight alone and you lost.
Cass: You'll have your family, Mitch.
Matt: Come on, you wonít be alone this time.
Cass: You'll have your son, you'll have me. You'll have your friends.
Mitch: What do you want to do?
Felicia: I want to be with you.
Mitch: Ok, Matthew. Go tell the pilot take the bags off.
Matt: All right!
Cass: Come here.
Ada: Donít forget to ask for help if you need it.
Jake: Ok. Will you get out of here and have a good time?
Ada: Donít push me!
Jake: You know, lady, you look incredible.
Ada: All right. How's Marley?
Jake: She's fine.
Ada: She spending all her time at Vicky and Jamieís?
Jake: Why? The baby.
Ada: Yeah, the baby.
Jake: Yeah, she's spending some time there.
Ada: Ok, pal, you're on.
Jake: Here we go.
Sidney: For you.
Ada: Where'd you get it?
Sidney: Oh, it just appeared in my hand, and I thought of you -- to start off our date.
Ada: So you ruined the orchid plant?
Ada: Thank you. Millie?
Millie: Yes, Ms. Hobson?
Ada: First of all, please call me Ada. And second, before you leave tonight, would you make sure that the luncheon specials are inserted in the menus?
Millie: Will do.
Ada: Good. Thank you, Millie. Well, ok. Where are we going?
Sidney: I'm going to show you the time of your life.
Ada: I can hardly wait. Thank you.
Sidney: Shall we?
Ada: Who said chivalry was dead?
Millie: That's sweet, isnít it?
Millie: You mean you're romantic?
Jake: Oh, I donít know. I'm just hoping can make it through this shift without anybody sending a drink back, you know?
Millie: Donít worry, you'll do fine.
Jake: I hope.
Millie: Well, maybe we can make a deal.
Millie: If I see you making any mistakes, I'll tell you before you put the drink up.
Jake: Great. Thanks. What about -- what about me?
Jake: Well, you said a deal. What do I do for you?
Millie: Oh, I'll think of something.
Sharlene: Let's not talk about Russ, ok?
John: He seems pretty important to you.
Sharlene: Well, he was my husband. But there are certain things I'd like to keep private.
Sharlene: See, I was a different person then.
John: Well, that's a side of Sharlene I'd like to know, too.
Sharlene: No, you wouldnít.
John: Why not?
Sharlene: Oh, John, I know that we said that we would be open and honest about things. But what good will it do to go bringing up bad memories?
John: Oh, come on, Sharlene, what are you saying? It's all bad?
Sharlene: No, I'm just tired of having the past come back and ruin things.
John: Are you talking about me?
Sharlene: No. No, I am not. You're trying to deal with your past. I'm talking about Jason -- always harping about the Coryís, how he'd been cheated all of his life. Look where that got him.
John: You're not like your brother.
Sharlene: No, but I learned.
Sharlene: From his death, I learned the past can destroy everything.
John: Sharlene, you're not like Jason.
Sharlene: And I donít want to be.
John: Look, we have both made a lot of mistakes. But you have to know that there's absolutely nothing that you canít tell me.
Sharlene: You say that now. But men have a way of becoming possessive about a woman's past.
John: No, wait, ok -- we'll forget about it for now. Tonight we'll forget that the past even exists. Tonight we'll concentrate on us.
Stacey: Is that you?
Man: Hey. You hungry?
Stacey: No, I was just looking for something.
Man: I got something you can have.
Stacey: I'm expecting someone, so why donít you go bother someone else?
Man: I'm not bothering you.
Stacey: Yeah, you are.
Man: You wonít say that once you get to know me better. You'll like me. Girls all like me. Come here.
Stacey: Leave me alone!
Man: Come here! You must like it rough.
Stacey: Ow! Ow! Ow!
Stacey: My boyfriend is coming back --
Man: That's my baby.
Stacey: And he's not going to like it at all to see you standing over top of me!
Man: Donít be scared. It'll be fun. You and me --
Mac: I didnít even know any of this was happening.
Rachel: Darling, when I got Mitchís letter, Russ had just arrived and I just didnít feel I had any time to explain. I needed to find Cass.
Mac: Well, how did you find out?
Matt: Cass came and got me. He wanted me to talk to dad.
Rachel: I'm so grateful that you guys got to him in time.
Matt: Well, I'm just glad that you received that letter a day early.
Russ: Well, wait a minute. Do I understand now that Mitch is married to the Felicia Gallant?
Russ: And she's in some kind of trouble?
Mac: Deep trouble. She's accused of murdering Jason Frame.
Russ: Sharleneís brother?
Mac: That's right.
Rachel: I want to do something more for her. I remember what it was like being on trial.
Russ: Yeah, but you were very strong about it. You were exonerated.
Rachel: I couldn't have gotten through it without my family and friends.
Matt: We have to let Felicia and Mitch know that they can count on us like that.
Rachel: But listen, you got your father to listen to you, and that was good. You did a terrific job.
Matt: Yeah, well, it was Cass who really came through, turned it around. I should have picked up on it a little earlier.
Matt: Well, the day before, I showed dad the ring I gave Josie, and he was acting strange. I didnít really pick up on it at the time.
Russ: Well, do I understand that you're getting married?
Matt: No. No, not married. It's a pre-engagement ring.
Russ: Oh. Well, who's the lucky girl?
Matt: Josie Watts.
Mac: Sharleneís daughter.
Rachel: Right. Josie and Matthew have promised not to rush into anything, right?
Mac: She's a lovely girl.
Russ: Well, I donít doubt that for a minute. Hey, what do you say -- this calls for a celebration, huh? What do you say, Matt?
Matt: Well, what do you mean? A party or something?
Russ: No, not a party, but how about dinner? What do you say? Come on, everybody. It's on me.
Rachel: Oh, that would be lovely, but I've eaten already.
Mac: I'm expecting a call from the Far East.
Russ: This guy is always working.
Rachel: I know.
Matt: I'm starving.
Rachel: Oh, this is news?
Russ: All right, then how about you and me?
Rachel: You guys go. Have fun, ok?
Matt: Well, you haven't seen grandma yet, have you?
Russ: No, I havenít. Oh, that's right. That's right, I understand she's running this new restaurant.
Matt: The Paradise.
Russ: The Paradise.
Rachel: She'd love to see you. Go over there.
Russ: What a great idea. We'll surprise her.
John: So tonight we'll just forget about everything, all right?
John: Tonight we'll forget that -- whatever happened with Russ Matthews or anything in the past, we'll forget about it all and we'll concentrate on us.
Sharlene: All right. I am going to go in there and cook us up the best --
John: Uh-uh, uh-uh. No, no, no. Donít think about it. No cooking for you.
John: Because you're spending way too much time in the house, and it's just --
John: Yeah. Oh, yeah. It's no good for you.
Sharlene: What are we going to do?
John: Well, I think that a romantic dinner for two would be nice.
Sidney: Ada -- Ada, I really donít know why you're so bent out of shape.
Ada: Then I'll tell you why. I'm used to going out on a date with two people, not three.
Ada: There were three people there tonight -- you, me, and Silvia.
Ada: You told me where you and Silvia used to get the best steaks.
Sidney: Ada --
Ada: You drove by where Silvia used to live before you got married.
Sidney: I only pointed out the building.
Ada: You even told me that the perfume I was wearing was very similar.
Sidney: Ada, I'm sorry.
Ada: Me, too.
Sidney: Sometimes things just slip out.
Ada: They slip out a lot.
Sidney: I ought to cut my tongue out.
Ada: Promises, promises.
Sidney: No, I mean it. Ada, I never meant to hurt your feelings.
Ada: I know that, Sid. It's ok. Forget about it.
Sidney: That's -- that's a very difficult thing to do.
Ada: Tell me about it. I've been there. But life goes on, Sid, if you really want it to.
Russ: Very nice.
Russ: Yes, please.
Millie: Ok, right this way.
Russ: Oh, wait -- wait just a second. Excuse me.
Ada: The past gets to be a very empty world after a while.
Russ: Ha-ha -- hiya, gorgeous!
Ada: Russ Matthews? I donít believe it!
Russ: Oh, yes, it's me all right.
Ada: Look at you! Russ, this is Sidney Sugarman. Sidney's our chef. This is Russell Matthews, M.D., a son-in-law.
Russ: Well, hello, Sidney. A pleasure to meet you.
Ada: Well, Liz told me you were coming back, but she didnít say when.
Russ: Well, here I am, but just for a few days. At the moment, I'm on a very important mission.
Russ: This young gentleman here is starving.
Ada: Hello there. Well, that's the grandson that's always hungry, so, terrific.
Russ: Oh, you look wonderful.
Ada: You look terrific.
Russ: Hey, what's a few years among friends, right?
Ada: Right. Right. Listen, can I -- can I come over and have coffee with you?
Russ: Oh, absolutely. You had better.
Ada: Oh, good. Hi, sweetheart.
Ada: Stuffing your face -- Millie?
Millie: Oh. Right here, Mrs. Hobson.
Ada: Please take care of these --
Ada: Thank you very much. Would you please take care of these gentlemen? The best of everything. Ok?
Millie: All right, this is our best table.
Russ: Wonderful. Thank you very much.
Matt: Thank you.
Ada: Enjoy yourself.
Matt: Thank you.
Jake: Thought I forgot how, didnít you?
Ada: No, you're doing just great. Listen, does Marley really feel bad about the hours you're going to have to keep?
Jake: Oh, it doesn't bother her.
Ada: Well, good, because I wouldnít want it to be a problem.
Jake: Ada, we need the money, you know?
Ada: Ah. Ok.
Millie: I need a club soda with a twist, and a scotch neat.
Jake: Well, I think I can handle that.
Millie: Well, I bet you can handle anything. This one.
Sidney: Ada, what -- what I wanted to say -- I'd like to explain.
Ada: Ok. Explain.
Sidney: You see, the point -- the point is, Ada, I -- I like you very much. Maybe too much. Can you understand that?
Ada: No, I canít. Can you?
Sharlene: You still tell jokes you canít remember.
John: Well, I'll try to remember that next time.
Sharlene: Hey, it looks like we got here at a good time.
Sharlene: You want to sit by the --
Russ: Very fattening, I'd stay --
Stacey: Let go of me! Let go of me! Stop it!
Stacey: No, stop it! You're going to kill him! Stop it!
Man: He was hurting you!
Stacey: It's all right! It's all right! You're going to --
Man: You all right?
Stacey: I'm fine.
Man: You're shivering.
Stacey: I'm fine.
Man: I told you to leave.
Stacey: I know. When I came down here, I donít know what I was thinking.
Man: You donít know what it's like here!
Stacey: Oh --
Man: You all right? Come on, you'll be all right.
Stacey: Wait. Where are we going?
Man: You'll be all right. Come on.
Felicia: You know what?
Felicia: It's good to be home. It's funny, isnít it? I was gone, what, only a couple of hours?
Cass: Yeah, that's all.
Felicia: But you know, in my mind, I was really gone. I mean, I had left. Oh, I know. You know what? Home is going to feel very different from now on.
Mitch: As long as we didnít make a mistake.
Cass: You didnít make a mistake, Mitch.
Mitch: I said that I would take care of you, that I would protect you.
Felicia: You did the right thing. I know you did. I can feel it.
Cass: Hey, come on, you guys. We got a very good chance. First of all, this witness that we have --
Felicia: Oh, the strongman.
Cass: Yeah. Staceyís going to bring him in.
Mitch: And if she doesn't?
Cass: Well, if she doesn't, I'll get him arrested for loitering or something. But we'll get him in.
Felicia: I'm not really sure that I even want to meet him.
Mitch: Why not?
Felicia: Well, he knows so much about me, you know? About my past, about my stepfather.
Mitch: I'd like to know why he's been following you, why he's been scaring you half to death.
Felicia: You know, tonight -- it's very funny, tonight.
Cass: What do you mean?
Felicia: It brought back the whole memory I have about when I ran away -- you know, all those years ago. Gold Street. I didnít have any money. All I knew was that I had to run away.
Cass: Honey, it's long over now.
Felicia: The memories are still there. I donít think they ever go away. Gold Street -- whew. I mean, look at me now. I'm on top of the world. I live in a penthouse apartment. And here I am -- I'm a prisoner of all those memories still.
Mitch: It's all right. It's ok.
Cass: Hold it, hold it.
Cass: That may just be it.
Felicia: What? What are you talking about?
Cass: Gold Street. Gold Street! Where's your phone book?
Felicia: It's in the other room.
Cass: I got to make a call.
John: Who's that?
John: Would you like to go somewhere else?
John: Want to go over and say hello?
Sharlene: No. I want to enjoy my dinner.
Millie: Good evening. Two?
Millie: Ok, right this way.
Matt: You know, my dad has always felt -- I donít know -- betrayed or angry. Cass was able to get through to him. I didnít think he was going to be able to, but he did. You know, it worked out. Now all we have to do is find something to prove Felicia didnít do it, you know.
John: Are you sure you're all right?
Millie: I need a spritzer and a draft.
Jake: You got it. Oh, great. Man.
Millie: You spilled.
Jake: No kidding.
Millie: See how helpful I am? I tell you you make a mistake right away.
Jake: Just like you promised, right?
Millie: I'm a woman of my word.
Jake: I donít know what I would have done without you.
Millie: I think you're beginning to appreciate me. So, Ada says you're married.
Millie: Oh, well, I lose again. Any kids?
Jake: Not yet.
Millie: You're smart.
Jake: Why is that?
Millie: Kids are a big responsibility. People always have kids too early.
Russ: Excuse me, Matt. Hello, Sharlene.
Russ: You just -- you look lovely, as always.
Sharlene: Thank you. Russ, this is John Hudson. John, this is Russ Matthews.
Sharlene: So, I hear you are living in Switzerland?
Russ: Yes, that's right, near Como.
Sharlene: Como? Are you in private practice there?
Russ: No. No, I'm not, I'm chief of staff at the hospital there. Wonderful people. They've been very, very nice to me.
Sharlene: That's great. That's great.
Russ: But you know how it is. You stay in Europe too long, and after a while you begin to miss things at home.
Russ: Oh, John, how long have you lived in Bay City?
John: I grew up here.
Russ: Oh, so did I. I wonder how come we never met.
John: I donít know. One of those things, I guess. I went in the service right after high school.
John: And then after Vietnam -- well, let's just say that I had plans that didnít include Bay City. I only came back here two years ago.
Russ: I see. You're a veteran?
Russ: You see lots of action?
John: Enough. I was a corpsman with the marines.
Russ: A medical man? Well, did you keep up with it after the service?
John: No, I'm in construction.
Russ: Really? Oh, hey, listen, I canít understand that. I donít think I would ever be able to give up medicine. But then, it does require a certain discipline.
John: Ah, yes. Well, so does putting up a building.
Russ: Yeah. Yes, I'm sure it does. Sharlene, I just heard about Jason. I want you to know I'm very, very sorry.
Sharlene: Thank you.
Russ: Yeah. If there's anything that I can do for you --
John: Oh, it's ok, Russ. I'll take care of her.
Russ: Good to see you again, Sharlene.
Rachel: What did she say?
Mac: She hung up.
Mac: Well, I'm glad Michael had her number. At least now I know she's all right.
Rachel: Oh, yes. Well, she's roughing it in the south of France.
Mac: Rachel, you did not see her face when I was doing all that yelling at her.
Mac: She saved Cory Publishing, didnít she? My back was against the wall. She risked everything to help me.
Rachel: Mac, she released Feliciaís book on the day that Felicia was being indicted for murder, and then she lied to you on it.
Mac: I know, I know.
Rachel: And then when you call her on it, she gets all emotional and runs away -- the great dramatic gesture!
Mac: Rachel --
Rachel: It was guaranteed to make you feel guilty. She's been playing this trick with you for years.
Mac: I'm aware of that, Rachel. But I am also aware that she cut off from me completely for years, and I donít want that to happen again.
Rachel: So -- so you're going to get on the next plane and go there, right?
Mac: Oh, Rachel, you know that we never stop feeling responsible for whatever our kids get into.
Rachel: Mac, she's a grown woman!
Mac: I know, but I spoiled her so much. I doted on her.
Rachel: Oh, I get it. It's all your fault, her problems, and so she bears no responsibility.
Mac: Well, of course she does.
Rachel: Darling, may I point out to you that you spoiled Amanda, too? And she's not lying to you and then laying guilt trips on you.
Mac: Well, yes, I spoiled both my daughters because I loved them. The difference is that Iris has never believed it.
Rachel: Maybe she just knows what buttons to push.
Mac: Well, that's true, too. I donít regret what I said to her. But I certainly didnít have to be so harsh and so angry. Maybe I should just tell her just that, nothing else.
Rachel: Well, do what you have to do.
Mac: Oh, maybe you're right. Maybe it's better if I just leave it alone and she'll learn more that way for a while.
Stacey: Ahem -- I donít normally drink whiskey.
Man: I donít have white wine.
Stacey: Oh, God. Just burns, that's all.
Man: You want some water?
Stacey: No, I'm fine. Listen, thanks a lot for what you did before. Really, I donít know what I would've done if you hadn't come along.
Man: I should've made you go home.
Stacey: So, did you find the gun?
Man: No. I'll try again later.
Stacey: Maybe --
Man: And I'll go alone. I shouldnít have let someone like you get mixed up in this in the first place.
Stacey: Why do you keep saying that? Why do you keep saying "someone like" me? I mean, I'm certainly nobody special, all right?
Man: You're not what I'm used to.
Stacey: But you are starting to trust me, right? I mean, you wouldnít have brought me back to this room.
Man: You needed a place.
Stacey: So what is this, an old warehouse, or --
Man: It's deserted.
Stacey: It feels, you know, kind of isolated up here, that's all.
Man: We're safe.
Stacey: I know we are. There's a couple of times that I wanted to get in touch with you, but you were a little elusive, and I had to wait for you to contact me.
Man: Donít be afraid.
Stacey: I know. I was just -- I'm just jumpy, you know? My God, that's all, ok? Just --
Man: You're going to need something.
Stacey: Thanks. Thanks a lot.
Sharlene: Thank you. Dinner was lovely.
John: You sure you weren't uncomfortable?
Sharlene: No. I was fine. You ever get that joke figured out?
John: Yeah, as a matter of fact, I did. There was this woman who --
Sharlene: I was right.
John: Who had just gotten out of the shower.
Matt: If I major in prelaw, I have all these requirements. And if I major in communications, I have a total new set of requirements. And it's hard because you really should declare your major at the end of your sophomore year. Now, you know, hey, maybe I should major in communicational law, huh?
Matt: Ah, I'm not going to worry about it. I'll figure it out. It's not that hard, right?
Russ: Hmm? Oh, I'm sorry. Yes. Yes, I'm absolutely sure you will. Yeah.
Matt: So, what are you going to do if you get the job offer? Are you going to take it?
Russ: Well, Matthew, now that I'm here -- yes. Yes, I think I'm very definitely going to stay in Bay City.
Rachel: Hi. What's wrong? Or do I have to ask?
Ada: Donít start with me, Rachel! I'm not in the mood!
Rachel: I was just asking a question.
Ada: I will never understand men, ever!
Rachel: No, probably not. What happened?
Ada: They get what they want, they donít want it anymore!
Ada: Sidney "Sharky" Sugarman.
Rachel: What did he do? What happened?
Ada: It's 40 years ago all over again!
Stacey: Will you explain something to me?
Man: If I can.
Stacey: Why did you do those things to Felicia?
Man: You wouldnít understand.
Stacey: Well, try me.
Man: Not today.
Stacey: And you know so much about Felicia and her stepfather and so many things. What is it? Did Noah send you down here to scare her off?
Man: Didnít Fanny tell you the truth?
Stacey: About Noahís death?
Stacey: You know about that?
Man: That's Fanny's story to tell.
Stacey: Felicia doesn't even know you. I mean, does she? All right, so -- so we know one thing, right? There's two guns involved in this.
Man: You know, I think we can still find the gun Fanny fired.
Stacey: Well, we have to. Because obviously the person who shot Jason put the gun down beside Felicia to make it look like she did it, to get the blame on her. And I'm assuming that you didnít do that.
Man: Do you really think I would do that?
Stacey: No. But if it wasn't you and it wasn't Felicia, then who shot Jason?
Cass: Abigail. I just made one hell of an important phone call, and Abigail is the key! She may be more involved in this than we realize.
Mitch: I didnít think that you knew where she was, Cass.
Cass: I didnít, but I got this brainstorm when Felicia mentioned Gold Street, so I ran a credit card check on her.
Felicia: Well, did you find out anything?
Cass: Look, we've been -- we've been looking through retirement homes --
Cass: Because the woman at the boarding house had heard her mention "silver" or "golden," or something like that, right?
Cass: It's not a retirement home. It's not golden something or other, it's gold -- Gold Street.
Felicia: My God, you think she's back at Gold Street?
Mitch: Ok, well, let's go find her.
Cass: I think it's too late. I think we'd better wait until tomorrow.
Felicia: I canít believe that she would come back there. I mean, after all those years? Why?
Cass: And by this time tomorrow, Auntie Abbie is going to be sitting on that sofa spilling the whole story to us. She's the only witness the night you claimed your stepfather died, right?
Felicia: Yes. Yes, she was.
Cass: Well, then, it's about time we found out what kind of secret she's been keeping, donít you think?
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