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Another World Transcript Friday 3/4/05
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Proofread by Daniel
Michael: Hi. How you doing?
Donna: Isnít it the most incredible day outside?
Michael: Well, Stevenís christening day, of course. Why wouldnít it be the most perfect, incredible day outside?
Donna: Darling, you look lovely.
Vicky: Thank you. Now, I thought we were supposed to meet at the church.
Michael: We were, we are, but, well, we got to talking about the little guy and --
Donna: He's not "the little guy." His name is Steven.
Vicky: Right, yes.
Donna: And he's the most perfect, beautiful baby in the entire world.
Michael: We got to talking about Steven, the most beautiful, most perfect baby in the entire world.
Donna: And we thought we would come over and visit with him now because when we get to the ceremony, everybody's going to be fawning over him and we wonít get a chance.
Michael: Right, we'd like to fawn over him first. So is he here? Where is he?
Vicky: Yes, but he may be napping before we get to the church, so --
Michael: Oh. Well, in that case, I think we'd better go in one at a time. Yeah, I'd better go in first, so I'll be right back.
Donna: Be quiet. He's crazy about that baby.
Vicky: What, you're not?
Donna: Oh, well, I make him look absolutely sane.
Vicky: Whoa. Mother. Isnít that a bit, um -- it's a christening.
Donna: I hope it's a bit, and I hope it's a lot of a bit.
Vicky: What? Why?
Donna: And for a very good reason. I'll tell you later.
Vicky: Well, I want to hear now.
Michael: Well, well, well. He wasn't sleeping at all. He was just waiting for old grandpa to show him some new tricks.
Vicky: Look at him!
Michael: Look at that face. Look at that face.
Vicky: Hi, precious.
Donna: Oh, yes.
Vicky: Hi, precious.
Donna: Oh, yes, you're more beautiful than you were yesterday.
Vicky: Of course.
Michael: Wait till Mac and Rachel see this, huh?
Jamie: Oh, yeah, it's been a whole day and a half since they've seen him.
Donna: Look at those gorgeous eyes.
Jamie: Hey, this is what it's about.
Jamie: A baby, all the family getting together on a special day like today.
Donna: Yes, all except Iris.
Rachel: So we're looking for a one-page document?
Mac: Yeah, with the heading --
Mac: The whole thing's in French.
Rachel: One page, and it's got the whole Paris office in a flap?
Mac: Well, it's a pivotal piece of language for a multinational deal.
Rachel: Well, then one would think that Iris would put it in someplace where we could find it.
Mac: You know Iris. She has her own way of doing things, but I have to admit they work.
Rachel: It doesn't seem to be here, Mac.
Mac: She initiated this whole project and she's handled it from the very beginning. If it goes through, it's one sweet deal for Cory Publishing. Why did she have to go right now?
Rachel: You miss her?
Mac: No! It's just that I donít want to blow this project.
Rachel: Darling, it's all right. You can admit that to me that you miss her and --
Mac: Eureka! Hey, this is it!
Rachel: Are you sure?
Evan: Oh, you both are here, excellent. I need to talk to you.
Rachel: Hi, Evan. What is it?
Mac: Well, it'll have to wait. If I donít get this faxed to Paris immediately, we're going to lose a not-so-small fortune.
Rachel: What is it?
Evan: It's about Amanda.
Rachel: What about her?
Evan: You know that video match story she's been working on?
Evan: Well, I'm really worried about her.
Matt: So cute. Ok, here we go. One, two -- wait a minute.
Matt: Um, Sam, could you move a tiny bit. Not too much. Perfect. Donít move a muscle. You're beautiful.
Amanda: Just take the picture, please, Matt.
Matt: Here we go, here we go. Come on. Nice, big smiles. Uh-oh.
Amanda: Here we go again.
Matt: Well, guys, the smiles donít look genuine.
Amanda: Of course they donít look genuine! We've been standing here for 45 minutes waiting for you to take the picture. We're ready to strangle you!
Sam: Come on, Amanda. Come on.
Amanda: "Come on"? Isnít this getting on your nerves, too?
Sam: Yes, but it is his new camera, so lighten up, ok?
Matt: I thank you, Sam. I wish my sister were half as sensitive as her husband. Could you fix her hair? It's sort of falling in her face.
Matt: Perfect. Good.
Josie: Sorry. There. Is that ok?
Matt: Ok. Yeah. Good. Ok, come on.
Sam: Picture, Matt.
Matt: Here we go.
Matt: All right.
Josie: Hi, Alli.
Matt: Now let's all -- big smiles. Good! Perfect!
Josie: Oh, Alli is such a little cutie.
Matt: Yeah, the only photogenic one of the bunch. Keep smiling.
Sam: Picture, Matt.
Amanda: Come on, Matt!
Matt: Well, I got enough.
Matt: Sam, you said you would take a few picture of me and --
Sam: Sure, if you show me how that thing works.
Josie: I think I'm going to brush my hair so I donít break the camera, ok?
Matt: Ok, well, you've used one of these lenses before, haven't you?
Sam: Yeah, wait a sec.
Matt: Double zoom --
Amanda: Wait, can you guys keep it down? I've got to make a couple phone calls here.
Sam: Amanda, I thought you weren't going to work today.
Amanda: I have a deadline, Sam.
Sam: Amanda, your nephew is being christened today.
Matt: How's the article coming in the video match thing?
Sam: Ask her.
Matt: How's the article coming in the video match?
Amanda: Uh, not too great, actually. I kind of hoped I was going to get it done last night. Yes, I did. Now I donít know if it's ever going to get finished.
Dustin: I'm going to be out of touch for a while. No, it's nothing I can talk about. Yes, it's very important. Right. That's right.
Rachel: What is it? What's wrong?
Evan: It's taking up so much of her time.
Rachel: Oh, that's all? I thought this was important.
Evan: It is important, Rachel. She's neglecting her other stories, which I think is pretty bad for her career.
Rachel: Are you serious?
Evan: Yes, I'm very serious.
Rachel: Evan, the only reason she's doing this article is because you and Iris insisted on it.
Evan: At first, yes.
Rachel: You're the one who said that it was going to launch her career.
Evan: That's true.
Rachel: Well, now she's getting the whole article ready to submit again to the Devilbiss award committee.
Evan: I know that, and that's another problem.
Evan: I am really beginning to question the journalistic value of that article.
Rachel: What? Donít you think it's a little late for that?
Evan: Look, I just donít want her wasting any more of her time.
Rachel: I'm not pulling her from this story, Evan. She's spent too much time and too much effort.
Evan: It is just not worth pursuing!
Rachel: How can you make a value judgment like that on this? You haven't seen the article.
Evan: To lose any more time over some second-rate article -- Rachel, it's called bad business.
Rachel: Oh, come on! Stop talking about bad business. It's not that at all. It's something else, isnít it?
Evan: Ok. How do you feel about your daughter going out on dates with strange men?
Rachel: I'm not crazy about it. But this is something she wants to do for this article. Sam knows about it. He's looking out for her.
Evan: Well, how can dear old Sam look out for her if he's at home looking after the baby?
Rachel: Evan, she's meeting these people in public places.
Evan: So far.
Rachel: She's no fool. She understands a dangerous situation when she sees one.
Evan: She's got what they call cub reporter zeal, which means she will do anything -- I said anything -- for a story.
Rachel: I'm not interfering, Evan. She wouldnít want me to. Unless, of course, there's something else you're not telling me about. Is there?
Mac: Yay, Paris is saved! And now Buenos Aires is under fire.
Mac: Another crisis.
Rachel: What happened?
Mac: The Peruvian office absolutely refuses to speak to the Argentinean office. I've got to fly down there tonight.
Mac: There's no other way. Oh, Evan, what was it you wanted to discuss?
Evan: Uh, nothing. It's not as important as I thought.
Mac: What's that all about?
Rachel: Why donít I go down there for you?
Rachel: Darling, you have a board meeting that you have to be here for next week. So why donít I take your place and go down to Buenos Aires myself?
Mac: Oh, Rachel, I canít ask you to do that.
Rachel: Why not? I speak more Spanish than you do. I know everybody down there at both offices and I can smooth feathers as well as you can -- well, not as well as you can.
Mac: I know that, Rachel.
Rachel: This way you will be here for the board meeting and you'll be here in case Iris shows up.
Mac: It's true, I cannot miss that board meeting. I guess you're right, as usual.
Rachel: All right, I'll leave after the christening.
Mac: What would I ever do without you?
Rachel: Same as I'd do without you -- not very much. We're a team.
Mac: And a great team. I love you, partner.
Rachel: I love you, too, partner.
Marley: What do you do with something --?
Jake: I donít think I've ever seen you be so fussy about flowers.
Marley: I just want everything to be perfect. Is there anything wrong with that?
Jake: No, uh-uh, I guess there's not.
Marley: You know, it is not every day that we get asked to be Godparents.
Jake: Well, I think that we're lucky that Jamie and Vicky asked us.
Marley: Yes. Yes, we are. Would you look at these? This is for a boy, a baby boy, and that idiot florist sent these flowers!
Jake: Marley, Marley, Marley.
Jake: Are you ok?
Marley: Do I look like I'm not ok?
Jake: I know you.
Marley: Yes, I'm fine.
Jake: You're upset.
Marley: These are just not what I ordered, that's all.
Jake: Hey, hey. This is me you're talking to.
Marley: No, I know exactly who I'm talking to.
Jake: Well, then why donít you tell me what's wrong, huh?
Marley: I -- I woke up this morning, and the first thing I discovered was that I'm not pregnant, once again.
Jake: Marley, why didnít you say something?
Marley: Because I didnít want you to comfort me. Not an umpteenth millionth time.
Jake: I love comforting you.
Marley: All I do is complain. Aren't you just tired of hearing me complain all the time?
Jake: Well, I think it's only natural that you feel that way.
Marley: I am so sick of being unhappy! I mean --
Marley: I -- I am tired of my life being out of my control.
Jake: Oh, great. Cass was able to make it.
Marley: Why would you say something like that? Hi.
Nicole: Hi, Marley.
Marley: Hi, Nicole.
Nicole: Hey, you look wonderful.
Marley: So do you.
Nicole: Thank you.
Jake: What are you doing here, hmm?
Donna: Come here, little darling.
Michael: That's your grandmother.
Donna: Oh, yes.
Michael: Ooh. Sorry.
Donna: I just love christenings. Yes! You're going to have to show all the pictures to Iris.
Jamie: Yeah, when is she coming back, anyway? Does anybody know?
Michael: No, I have no idea. You know, I heard that Jake and Marley were going to be the Godparents.
Donna: Marley was so pleased.
Jamie: Yeah, and Jake, too. I mean after all, he did deliver Steven, and he is Vickyís best friend.
Vicky: Yes, I should've made him a bridesmaid.
Michael: You know, when it comes to sons-in-law or son-in-laws, or whatever you call guys that marry your daughters, I think I did very, very well.
Donna: Now, is Bridget ready? We've got the car waiting outside.
Jamie: Let me the coats.
Vicky: Mother, didnít I tell you she came down with that terrible flu?
Vicky: Yes, and she locked herself in the room -- very specific, she did not want to come out. She didnít want to be near Steven.
Donna: Well, I suppose that's best, but nevertheless --
Michael: I canít imagine Bridget missing the christening.
Vicky: I know. I felt so bad, but she just wonít budge. She says she gets to see the wee laddie every day and she wanted everybody today to feel his magic.
Michael: Huh. What a girl.
Vicky: She is.
Michael: Well, we should shove off?
Jamie: Listen, I have an idea. Why donít you two go on ahead?
Jamie: Vicky and I will drive ourselves.
Michael: Oh, if that's what you'd like. You know, since we're going to have such an empty car, maybe grandpa and grandma could take grandbaby. Do you think, maybe, huh?
Donna: Oh, yes, please.
Michael: Aw, come on, it'd be his second ride in a limo, and I'd just love to take him --
Donna: Just for the ride, just for the ride, please.
Jamie: Well, I guess that would be ok.
Donna: You know we'll take care of him.
Vicky: Dad --
Michael: I'll take great care of him, yes.
Vicky: See, he wants to be with me.
Michael: He wants to go with -- I can tell. Be kind.
Michael: Ok, thank you.
Vicky: Cover his ears.
Michael: I'll cover his ears.
Vicky: And donít let him get a cold.
Donna: Donít be late.
Jamie: And we'll see you very soon.
Michael: Look at this face. Bye.
Vicky: Why did you shove them off like that?
Jamie: I needed to talk to you about something.
Vicky: About what?
Jamie: About Jake and Marley.
Sam: So how do you guys like working at the spa together?
Matt: Oh, great. Well, I like it. I canít speak for Josie.
Sam: That's good. Now keep smiling.
Josie: I like it, too. I mean, I like working with Matt.
Sam: Good, good. All right. Matt, turn towards Josie a little bit more, would you, please?
Matt: This way?
Sam: Yeah, that's perfect. Jeez, you guys think you'd like each other or something.
Amanda: I believe it.
Sam: All right, now, you two, turn towards each other, full face.
Sam: Ok. That's good. Matt, Matt, turn a little bit towards me, just a tad bit.
Matt: Like this?
Sam: There you go. That's perfect. All right. That's good, that's good. All right, now, Matt, get around back behind Josie, put your arms around her.
Matt: Like that?
Sam: Great. Great. Good photo.
Amanda: Where could she be?
Sam: All right. Now smile! There you go.
Amanda: Sam, come on, will you put down the camera and just listen to me for a minute, please?
Sam: Why? I already know what you're going to say. You're frustrated about your article, and even though your nephew is being christened today, it's the only thing you can think about.
Amanda: Do I sense a bit of resentment there?
Sam: Yes. I wish you'd put away that damned article for one day.
Amanda: For your information, what I had to tell you had nothing to do with the article.
Sam: You're kidding! You mean you can actually worry about something else? I'm amazed.
Amanda: The sitter isnít here, Sam.
Sam: Was she supposed to be?
Amanda: Yes! I told Marley you and I would show up early at the church to help.
Sam: Oh, well. We're not going to be early.
Josie: Well, sure you will. We can take care of Alli, right, Matt?
Matt: Sure, sure, sure.
Josie: Right, Matt?
Amanda: You wouldnít mind?
Josie: Are you kidding? I have missed this little girl so much.
Matt: So have I. Yeah, you kids go ahead, run to the chapel, and we'll wait for the sitter.
Amanda: You're sure?
Matt: I'm sure.
Josie: Yes, we're sure.
Amanda: That's great! Thanks. I'll get the coats.
Amanda: You are ready to go, right, Sam?
Sam: Yeah, I'm all set. Guys, thanks a lot.
Matt: Just tell us what we have to do.
Sam: Well, she's been fed and her diaper's been changed. All you got to do is keep her company. By the way, here's the camera. I hope those turned out ok.
Matt: I think the diaper status has changed a little bit.
Josie: Let me take her.
Matt: Thank you very much.
Josie: Yeah, right.
Sam: Yeah, well, look, we've done some rearranging. Let me show you where we've put the diapers and the wipes and all that stuff.
Josie: Come on, you little cutie, come on!
Matt: Allow me.
Matt: So, Sam thinks you're working a little too hard, huh?
Amanda: Oh, and he's not?
Matt: Well, he wasn't working today, was he?
Amanda: Thanks, Matt. Join in the forces, make me feel guilty. I just wish Sam would understand how frustrating it is.
Matt: What frustrating? What's going on?
Amanda: Matt, there's one piece of information. It's a list. If I could just get a hold of that list.
Matt: You could set the world on fire?
Amanda: I could put a great end to a dynamite story.
Matt: Mm-hmm. So what's the problem, you canít get a hold of this list?
Amanda: I donít know, everything. I donít know. I'm starting to think it's kind of impossible.
Matt: That doesn't sound like you.
Amanda: It's driving me crazy, Matt, and I'm driving everybody else crazy.
Matt: Come on, come on, you donít give up.
Matt: Wait a minute. Amanda Cory hangs in there. Am I right?
Amanda: Yeah. You're right.
Auntie Rose: And if you just come this way, you can view some of the tapes. And I'm very happy to say that we have some very interesting applicants this month, so you'll be very happy. Oh, excuse me. Mr. Trent. How nice to see you.
Dustin: You're busy.
Auntie Rose: I'm never too busy for you. How can I help you?
Dustin: I have a very special request.
Nicole: Marley, why donít you show me the flowers?
Marley: Yes, good idea.
Jake: You never give up, do you?
Cass: Why, whatever do you mean, Jake? I'm here for the christening. Nicole is Vickyís aunt.
Jake: I would hope that's the only reason.
Cass: You're a little -- you're a little on edge for a guy with nothing to hide.
Jake: I just donít want to see you ruin this for Vicky, Cass.
Cass: You know, Jake, it strikes me as being very odd, your constant concern for Vickyís welfare.
Jake: I donít care how it strikes you.
Cass: Well, it certainly is noteworthy.
Jake: If you think you're going to find anything more about Vicky from me, you can forget it.
Cass: Oh, you'll talk to me, Jake. There's no way you wonít.
Jake: What happened to you, man? I mean, the man that married my cousin was just a regular guy.
Cass: Are you implying that Kathleen wouldnít want me to do everything I possibly could to clear Felicia?
Jake: Just lay off Vicky.
Cass: Whatever it takes to get Felicia acquitted, that's what I'll do.
Jake: No matter who you hurt, right, Cass?
Cass: Yeah, right!
Nicole: Uh, Marley says that Donnaís already bought the baby one of those battery-operated sports cars he can drive. Hey, you know, he's less than a month old. Isnít that funny?
Nicole: Cass, listen, why donít we go over and look at the flower arrangements? Come on, maybe we can steal one for your lapel.
Marley: What is all this going on with you --?
Jake: Nothing. Nothing.
Marley: Ok, let's not do this, all right?
Jake: You're right, you're right. You're going to find out about it anyway.
Marley: Find out about what?
Jake: Cass has subpoenaed me.
Marley: For what?
Jake: Feliciaís trial.
Jake: Oh, he has this master defense plan for Felicia. The more people he can implicate --
Marley: And he's trying to implicate you?
Jake: Anyone who was there at the shooting who doesn't have an airtight alibi.
Marley: Oh, Jake.
Jake: Yeah. The guy thinks he's Perry mason, big-time courtroom antics, you know?
Vicky: What about Jake and Marley?
Jamie: You know, I really want them to be close to Steven.
Jamie: But it could be difficult.
Vicky: For them or for us?
Vicky: How do you mean?
Jamie: You know, they're both desperate to have a child of their own.
Vicky: I know that.
Jamie: I just want them to remember that Steven is our child.
Vicky: They know that, Jamie. Come on, Marley can have a baby anytime.
Vicky: You donít think so?
Jamie: I donít know for sure. Nobody does.
Vicky: Jamie, what are you so worried about?
Jamie: I'm worried that Marley could have complicated feelings about Steven.
Jamie: Jake delivered the baby, our baby. And he used to be your lover.
Vicky: Oh, that was a long time ago.
Jamie: I know it was a long time ago.
Vicky: Well, why do you always bring it up?
Jamie: This is the very first time I have since we were married.
Vicky: Well, let it be the last, ok? Now come on. I donít want to worry about Jake and Marley.
Jamie: Have you talked to Marley?
Vicky: Yes, I talk to her every day.
Jamie: Does it bother her that Jake delivered the baby?
Vicky: No, she's just fine, Jamie.
Jamie: Listen, all I'm saying is that I think we should be sensitive and handle this right.
Vicky: Well, I'm saying that I donít want to worry about Marley and Jake. Now, come on, they can have a baby any day and be just like us.
Jamie: I hope so.
Vicky: I know so. Now, come on, why donít you just concentrate on me and how much I'm in love with you?
Jamie: I think about that all the time.
Vicky: Oh, you deserve such a wonderful wife.
Jamie: Mm-hmm, but I already have one.
Vicky: No, no! I have to make some changes.
Jamie: "No, no"? What does that mean? Vicky: Well, I'm going to become more organized, read a little more, be a better friend, and -- I donít know, maybe I'll pick up a musical instrument.
Jamie: Oh, is that all?
Vicky: Well, no, I was going to do some charity work, learn how to cook, join the gym, and take an interior decorating course.
Jamie: Now, just hold on now. Come here.
Jamie: If you do all those things --
Jamie: You're not going to have time for me and Steven.
Vicky: Oh, of course I will, honey. I'll make time.
Jamie: There's only 24 hours in the day, you know.
Vicky: Oh, I know, and that does bug me.
Jamie: Well, that might bug you less if you relax, calm down, and realize that what you're doing now is plenty.
Vicky: Jamie, but I've got --
Jamie: Shh, no "buts." I love you just the way you are.
Vicky: Hmm. Oh, sweetheart.
Jamie: How lucky can a guy get, anyway? Not only is my wife kind and loving --
Vicky: I'm rich. Donít forget loaded.
Jamie: And beautiful and a lot of fun. A lot of fun.
Vicky: Now, this is strange.
Jamie: Hmm. What is?
Vicky: Well, I can understand the "fun" part, but I guess I never did think of myself as being kind.
Jamie: Maybe I know you better than you know yourself.
Jamie: For what?
Vicky: For making me see myself the way that you see me. Thank you.
Matt: Did you hear that noise?
Matt: Her stomach just made this strange noise.
Josie: What kind of noise?
Matt: Well, it -- it sounded like --
Josie: You're exaggerating.
Matt: No, I'm not. I think she's hungry.
Josie: Oh, she isnít hungry. You're not hungry, are you, Alexandra?
Matt: I think she is. I think we should feed her.
Josie: Hi. Well, Sam said she already ate.
Matt: Well, her stomach is growling.
Josie: She'd be crying if she was hungry.
Matt: Well, I'm going to pick her up.
Matt: Come here. You're a good girl. Good girl! Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Josie: Are you going to be this weird about your own babies?
Matt: Hey, if their stomachs are growling, you got it.
Josie: Ok, well, what about if they're crying and screaming and throwing up?
Matt: Throwing up is your department, my dear.
Josie: Oh, thanks. What's this?
Matt: I just canít stand to see a baby unhappy. Can I? Do you want a little cheeseburger? Do you want something to eat?
Josie: What's wrong?
Matt: See? She wants something to eat. What was that for?
Josie: I just think you're going to make a great father someday.
Matt: Can you imagine us having one of these little things?
Josie: I think about it all the time.
Josie: How about you?
[Knock on door]
Josie: That must be the sitter.
Matt: Hi. How you doing?
Evan: Hi. Is -- isnít Amanda here?
Matt: No, she already took off to the chapel. Our nephew's being baptized.
Evan: Yeah, right. Do you know what time it'll be over?
Matt: No. Well, around 5:30. Do you want me to give her a message or something?
Evan: No, that's ok. I'll call later.
Josie: You know what? I think Alli is hungry. Can you check in the fridge and see if her formula's in there?
Matt: Ha-ha, I was right!
Josie: Just go check. And if it is, could you heat it up a little bit?
Matt: You got it.
Evan: Listen, I really got --
Josie: No, no, not before you tell me about this.
Josie: You put this money in my purse the other day at the Paradise. Why, Evan?
Donna: Doesn't he look beautiful?
Mac: He does, indeed.
Michael: Yes, he does.
Amanda: Such a great gown.
Sam: Yeah. We should get Alli and Steve together and have Matt take the photos.
Amanda: Are you kidding? By the time the pictures got developed, this kid will be in college.
Rachel: You know, he has gotten very big very quickly. I think we're in for a very large grandson.
Mac: Mm-hmm. What a gorgeous day. You can smell spring coming. It's a great time for Jamie and Vicky to start their family life together.
Michael: Well, we say amen to that, donít we, Steven?
Cass: You know, Abigail can pull that self-righteous routine all she wants, but I still think she's a suspect. How about you, honey? What do you think?
Nicole: You know best.
Cass: Well, the more suspects, the merrier, right? As a matter of fact, we got a few of them right here.
Nicole: Cass, this is a christening.
Cass: So what does that got to do with anything?
Nicole: Couldn't you just stop talking about the case just for an hour?
Cass: I'm sorry, I canít.
Jamie: Hey, wait a minute, wait a minute.
Jamie: Do you realize that our son is being christened today? I mean, all of a sudden, it just hit me -- our son
Vicky: Is being christened.
Jamie: Steven Frame, our little boy, and we made him.
Vicky: I remember. I was there.
Jamie: I mean, our -- our boy, our son. We brought this little life into the world. I mean, isnít that fantastic?
Vicky: Oh, I love it when you get emotional.
Jake: Hey, guys.
Vicky: Hi, Jake.
Jamie: Jake, what do you say?
Vicky: Is everybody here?
Jake: Almost. Look, Jamie, the minister wants to talk to you for a little while, all right?
Jamie: Sure. Where is he?
Jake: He's in his office.
Jamie: I'll be right back.
Vicky: Ok. So --
Jake: Vick, I got to talk to you about something.
Vicky: Something's wrong.
Jake: Cass, he -- he subpoenaed me.
Vicky: He --
Jake: Yeah, I --
Cass: Hey. There you are.
Cass: We need to talk.
Jake: Cass, I already --
Vicky: No, Jake. Really?
Cass: Yes, really. After the christening, at your convenience.
Vicky: No, no, I want to get this over with. Let's talk now.
Jake: Look, Vicky, maybe you should wait, huh?
Vicky: Now. Alone please, Jake.
Cass: Maybe Jake is right. Maybe we should wait until you're not so pressed for time.
Vicky: I'm sick of you, Cass. I want to get this over with and talk now. What do you want to talk to me about?
Cass: What do you think? Jasonís death.
Vicky: Oh, you've asked me about that so much that I thought just maybe it was something new.
Cass: Well, you know, I learn something new every day, Vicky.
Vicky: Well, not from me you donít. I've told you everything I know.
Cass: I donít think so, and I'm running out of time. Feliciaís trial is set for April 14.
Vicky: I'm so sorry, but you're just wasting your time with me.
Cass: You let me be the judge of that.
Vicky: What do you want me to do?
Cass: Cooperate. Or we can do it the hard way. Either way, I'm going to find out the truth.
Donna: Darling? What are you doing out here?
Vicky: Oh, I was just on my way in.
Cass: I'll see you after the reception, Vicky.
Vicky: Oh, canít wait, Cass.
Cass: Neither can I. Donna.
Donna: What did he want?
Vicky: How's Steven? He hasn't eaten in a couple of hours.
Donna: He's fine. What was Cass talking about?
Vicky: Forget it.
Donna: Victoria, is this about Jake?
Vicky: I wish to God you had never found out about that.
Donna: You couldn't wish it as much as I do.
Marley: Victoria, what's the matter?
Vicky: Nothing. It's a gorgeous day, isnít it?
Marley: Cass has been after you, too, hmm?
Vicky: What do you mean?
Marley: Cass subpoenaed Jake.
Vicky: Donít worry about that, Marley. It'll be just fine.
Marley: I hope so.
Vicky: Now, what about you, Godmother? Are you ready for all of this?
Marley: I did want to talk to you about that.
Marley: It means a lot to me that you asked me to be Stevenís Godmother.
Vicky: I'm glad you feel that way.
Marley: He's a beautiful child, and I'm going to be the best Godmother.
Vicky: Well, you're already the best sister. I know that hasn't been easy.
Marley: I love you.
Evan: What makes you think it was me?
Josie: Come on, there was no one else around.
Evan: There was a lot of people in that restaurant, Josie.
Josie: I know you put the money in my purse, Evan.
Matt: How long do I leave the bottle in the warm water?
Josie: Just a couple more minutes, ok? It was when I dropped my books, wasn't it? You slipped the money in then.
Evan: I was just --
Josie: Come on, you did.
Evan: I never thought you'd figure it out.
Josie: Well, I'm not a fool.
Evan: I was just trying to help.
Josie: But I didnít ask for your help.
Evan: But see, I knew how you felt. When your Uncle died, it reminded me -- well, see, I lost somebody that was really close to me when I was young, a lot younger than you are, and it was something that I never thought I'd get over.
Evan: Excuse me.
Matt: I'll get it. Hello?
Josie: Was it a relative?
Evan: It's kind of hard to talk about.
Josie: I understand.
Evan: I hope so. And I hope you understand why I did it.
Josie: No, I donít. And I canít accept that money, Evan.
Evan: Well, then, Josie, give it to a charity. Do whatever you want to with it.
Josie: I want you to take the money back.
Evan: I will not take the money back.
Matt: Oh, boy. That was the sitter. She got home late or something. She wants us to drop Alli off when we go to the chapel --
Josie: Ok, fine.
Evan: Good, then I'll let you two get to the christening, and have a good time, huh?
Matt: Hey, take care.
Evan: Sure. Bye, Josie.
Matt: So, what were you talking about?
Josie: Uh, nothing important.
Matt: Looked important.
Josie: You know, I canít put my finger on it, Matt, but there's something very strange about Evan Bates.
Auntie Rose: And you want a girl tonight?
Dustin: For the whole night. I want her to take this key and let herself into my hotel room.
Auntie Rose: And where is this hotel?
Dustin: Here's the address. Tell her to be there within an hour. And no matter what, she's to stay there. I'll be there eventually.
Auntie Rose: I see. And what sort of girl are you interested in? A blonde or a redhead, perhaps?
Dustin: I want someone who knows how to be discreet.
Auntie Rose: All of our clients understand the value of discretion, Mr. Trent. But I think I have just the right girl for you.
Auntie Rose: I'll get her file.
Singer: Give me an adventure it's the only way I like to live adventure that's the fire in me that is, baby, adventure the freedom of adventure adventure
Dustin: Did you call the house?
Man: Everything's all set.
Dustin: Here. You know what to do with that?
Man: I'll handle it, Mr. Trent.
Dustin: No mistakes, Andrews. I want every detail to be perfect.
Vicky: Yes, this is your day, isnít it? Hi, beautiful!
Rachel: Hi, Josie.
Vicky: Hi, Josie!
Josie: Hi, Steven, hi.
Vicky: Look. Who's that? Say, "hi, Josie."
Rachel: He says, "Boy, that's a pretty girl."
Vicky: Yes. Yes.
Michael: He's got his eye on you.
Amanda: I'll be right back. Can I help you?
Andrews: I have a message for you from Mr. Trent.
Amanda: Oh, thanks.
Andrews: I'll need a reply.
Amanda: Oh. Oh, I really shouldnít leave. But I want that list. All right, tell him I'll be there.
Amanda: Look, something's come up. I've got to go.
Sam: What, now?
Amanda: I'm sorry. I May be able to wrap up the story.
Sam: Amanda --
Amanda: I'll be back as soon as I can. Bye.
Minister: Hello, Sam.
Sam: Padre, good to see you.
Minister: Good to see you, too.
Minister: Matthew. Mac.
Mac: So good to see you. Thank you.
Vicky: Ok. Let's sit down.
Minister: Good afternoon.
All: Good afternoon.
Minister: I want you all to know how much I've been looking forward to this. Two of my favorite families joined together by the birth of this beautiful child. It is my privilege and my joy to welcome him into the church. Vicky, Jamie, why donít you bring our newest member up here?
Vicky: Here we go. Oh. Hi.
Minister: I'd like to read to you all from St. Mark. "They brought the young children to Christ that he should touch them, and his disciples rebuked those who brought them. But when Jesus saw it, he was much displeased and he said unto them, 'suffer the little children to come to me and forbid them not, for of such is the kingdom of God.' And he took them up in his arms, put his hands upon them, and blessed them." May I have the Godparents, please?
Vicky: Yes. All right.
Vicky: Ok. All right.
Minister: I christen you Steven Michael Frame.
Minister: Steven Frame. A proud name. Carry it proudly, young Steven. You've already been blessed with the love of these families, of your Godparents, and your parents. The Lord has blessed you by welcoming you into his house. I'd like to add my own personal blessing. May you grow strong and wise, and may you use that strength and wisdom to better the lives of those less fortunate than you. Godspeed you, Steven Michael.
Minister: And bless you all. I'll see you Sunday.
Vicky: It was wonderful, thank you.
Jamie: Thank you.
Matt: Hey! All right!
Rachel: Wasn't he wonderful? He didnít even cry.
Vicky: No, of course not.
Matt: Look at that. Ok, a little picture time here! Could you hold the baby a little bit to the left? Ok. Smile.
Jake: Say, "hi, Uncle Matt."
Matt: There we go! All right. Just get a couple more here.
Jamie: Do you really have to leave right now?
Rachel: Yes, darling, my plane leaves in less than an hour.
Mac: We're going straight to the airport from here.
Vicky: Well, how long are you going to be?
Rachel: It depends on how much work there is to do in Buenos Aires.
Mac: Oh, she'll fix things up right away. It wonít be long.
Jamie: I'm sure she will.
Rachel: Ok, I've got to go.
Rachel: It was a lovely ceremony.
Jamie: You take care.
Rachel: You, too, ok, and take care of that baby.
Vicky: Have a good flight.
Rachel: I'm going to call regularly to find out how he's doing.
Vicky: Please do. Ok.
Jamie and Vicky: Bye.
Jamie: Let's go say hi to the minister.
Matt: Focus here.
Cass: Donna, congratulations. Your grandchild is beautiful.
Donna: Oh, thank you, thank you. I may have some information for you.
Cass: Concerning what?
Donna: The murder. But there are some conditions.
Sam: What are you doing here?
Evan: I need to see Amanda.
Sam: This is just for the immediate families.
Evan: Ok, where is she?
Sam: Not here.
Evan: Where'd she go?
Sam: She should be back by now.
Evan: Didnít you hear what I just said? I want to see Amanda.
Sam: Yeah, I heard what you just said. Now I'm going to ask you a question -- what do you want with my wife?
[Knock on door]
Amanda: Dustin. Hi, I'm so glad to see you. Come on in. Didnít think I was ever going to see you again. I was worried I wasn't going to get that list.
Dustin: Oh, I bet you were.
Amanda: But you're here now, just like you promised. You came through.
Dustin: Yes, I did. Guess I really am your knight in shining armor, aren't I?
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