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Amanda: Evan? Evan.
Amanda: Hi. How are you feeling?
Evan: On top of the world, ma.
Amanda: The nurses said you were in a lot of pain.
Evan: It only hurts when I laugh, so save your one-liners.
Amanda: I'm just going to sit down here for a while, ok?
Evan: No, no, I donít think you should do that. I think you should go home and be with your husband and your baby.
Sam: Amanda, your father just showed up.
Vicky: Well, I wasn't quite sure if I was going to do it, and then I just decided to go over and just cut it all off. And besides, my hairdresser, Angelina, said it is the latest fashion in hair, so I decided to do it.
Woman: It looks great, Mrs. Frame.
Vicky: Oh, thank you. I hope Jamie likes it, because I want to surprise him tonight.
Woman: Oh, he'll love it.
Vicky: Well, good. Now, I want to work on my body. I want the works -- massage, sauna, steam room, sunbath, manicure, pedicure. You can squeeze me into your schedule?
Woman: Let me look at the book.
Jake: Uh, donít bother.
Jake: Yeah, Mrs. Frame is very busy today. She has a previous engagement.
Vicky: What --
Jake: If you'll excuse us.
Vicky: Are you following me?
Jake: No, you're going to be following me, Vicky -- to the hospital.
Vicky: Leave me alone.
Jake: You're going to have the test, Vicky. No more games, do you understand?
Matt: Josie, Josie. We have to talk.
Josie: There's nothing to say, Matt.
Matt: Nothing to say? I want to help.
Josie: Then leave me alone.
Matt: No, I wonít.
Josie: Matthew, I need to work. It's the only thing that makes sense to me. It's the only thing that I have to hold onto.
Matt: Hey, hey, hey -- what about me?
Sharlene: No, John.
John: No. There have been too many words already. I want to make love to you.
Marley: Have you got a minute?
Eric: Sure, sure. How have you been? Been staying away from strawberry margaritas, I hope?
Marley: Oh, I made such a fool out of myself, and that's one of the reasons I'm here -- to apologize.
Eric: It's ok. It's all right, it's all right. Been keeping busy?
Marley: Of course I'm keeping busy. I do anything I can to stop myself from thinking about pregnancy.
Eric: Now, come on, come on, you knew there were no guarantees.
Marley: I know, but I always thought it was the other women who couldn't get pregnant, not me. I'm healthy, I'm happy, loved.
Eric: Look, why donít we go to that cafeteria, have a cup of coffee? I'm on a break.
Marley: You know, the worst part about this is that I used to love being with children, and I canít even see them anymore.
Eric: Now, now, donít get yourself upset.
Marley: I used to go up to them when they were in their carriages and play with them, and now I'm so resentful.
Eric: It's all right. It'll pass.
Marley: And you know what else? It seems like everybody is having a baby or having a baby shower and there are just babies everywhere I look.
Eric: Come on, come on, you mustn't allow yourself to get bitter.
Marley: See, that's just it. I have lived my whole life trying to be a good person and do the right thing.
Eric: You've got to stop blaming yourself. Come on, get on with your life.
Marley: How can I get on with my life if all I've ever wanted is to be a mother?
Eric: There are other things. You've got a great marriage. Come on, you're a terrific woman, Marley.
Marley: No. No, I am a woman who cannot adjust, who couldn't have the grace to rise to the occasion.
Eric: Well, if it makes you feel any better, you're not alone. Come on, let's get that cup of coffee.
Marley: I'm so glad you're free. You always make me feel better.
Eric: Well, isnít that what a good doctor is supposed to do? I'm sorry I canít perform any miracles, though.
Marley: Well, I guess that's what I was looking for -- a miracle. But I guess we all were.
Matt: Josie, Josie, why wonít you talk to me? Come on, I'm not going to let you do this. Look, I know how hurt you are -- believe me I know -- but what happened, what your mom did a long time ago doesn't matter. It doesn't change who she is now and it doesn't change how I feel about you. I love you.
Josie: No, but donít.
Matt: What do you mean, donít?
Josie: I donít want you to love me, and I donít want you to lie.
Matt: What the hell are you talking about, lying?
Josie: What my mother was changes everything, Matt -- everything.
Matt: No, it doesn't, Josie.
Josie: Oh, come on. The hooker's daughter? Oh, your family's going to love that.
Matt: It doesn't matter.
Josie: Oh, if you believe that, you're crazy. I'm surprised everyone around town doesn't know about it. I'm surprised Mrs. Wheeler hasn't fired me yet.
Matt: Josie, all I know is that I love you and you love me. Are you going to tell me that's a lie? All we have to do is just keep on loving each other, and pretty soon you'll realize that what your mom did years ago doesn't matter.
Josie: You donít understand. It's not just my mother. It's me!
Jake: I've been looking all over town for you.
Vicky: Shouldnít you be home with your wife?
Jake: Now, is that any way to greet a friend, Vicky?
Vicky: Oh, some friend.
Jake: Vicky, I stood up for you on the stand. I could've told the whole world about our little secret.
Vicky: Could you keep your voice down?
Jake: You faked the phone call, didnít you?
Vicky: I donít know what you're talking about.
Jake: You never called and made an appointment at the hospital.
Vicky: Oh, Jake, you're totally paranoid.
Jake: Vicky, I just got -- I just got back from there. Nobody was expecting me.
Vicky: Well, that's their mistake then. I'll have to make another appointment -- later. Right now, I'm going to get a facial.
Jake: Like hell you are.
Vicky: Get your hands off me.
Jake: You are coming with me.
Jake: Vicky, the car's parked outside. You want to make a scene? Everybody will start staring. Is that what you want?
Vicky: I cannot go marching into that hospital with you together.
Jake: That is exactly how you're going to go marching in.
Vicky: What if we run into somebody like Jamie or Marley?
Jake: I already thought about that. Jamieís got some stupid conference, and there's no reason Marley should be there.
Vicky: Well, Jamie could be out of his conference.
Jake: Then we'll make an excuse!
Vicky: Not now.
Jake: All right. Now.
Vicky: Jake, I promise I will make an appointment.
Jake: Vicky, why should I trust you?
Vicky: Just give me some time!
Jake: I have -- I have given you enough time already.
Vicky: I cannot go into that hospital because too many people know who I am.
Jake: We will have to take that risk. Let's go get Steven.
Vicky: Donít you touch my baby.
Jake: Yeah? He could just easily be mine. Come on.
Sam: I talked to the cops. They're going to need our statements.
Evan: I donít think Amanda should be put through that.
Sam: I handled it. She's got a day to rest.
Amanda: What did they do with Dustin?
Sam: Locked him up.
Evan: Hope they threw away the key.
Sam: Well, I know they denied him bail.
Evan: What'd they charge him with?
Sam: Kidnapping, fraud, and attempted murder.
Evan: Well, I hope they nail his butt.
Amanda: What about Andrews?
Sam: He's still missing, but they've got a search going on in three states. He wonít be missing long.
Amanda: Just thinking about it --
Sam: Amanda, I really think you should see a doctor.
Amanda: No, later. I want to stay here with Evan for a while.
Mac: Oh, darling. It's so good to see you!
Rachel: There's your mommy.
Amanda: Alli, hi! Hello! Oh, I missed you so much.
Rachel: Oh, I think it was mutual.
Mac: And speaking of missing people, your mother and I have been worried sick.
Rachel: Oh, sweetie, you're so thin.
Mac: And you look pale to me, too.
Sam: I want her to go to a doctor while she's here.
Amanda: No, I'm fine, Sam, really. I'm better than fine now that I have my little girl back. Look at you!
Rachel: Oh, we owe everything to you two.
Amanda: Oh, yeah -- my heroes.
Rachel: That's right.
Mac: We're eternally grateful, not only for your courage, but for having the sense to follow your instincts when you thought Amanda might be in trouble.
Rachel: If it hadn't been for you two --
Mac: That story --
Amanda: It wasn't the story, Daddy. It was Dustin. He's out of his mind. What happened had nothing to do with me trying to get a story.
Sam: Mac is right, Amanda. You take too many risks.
Mac: Yeah, your safety comes first. The job is a distant second, Amanda.
Sam: Yeah, besides, Alli and I discussed it and we decided that we love it a lot more when you're home.
Amanda: You know, the one thought that really kept me hanging on, that really made me fight was the thought of coming back to my Alli -- and my Sam.
Matt: Wait, what are you talking about? What are you talking about, the problem is with you and not your mother? Josie, if you donít talk to me, I canít help you.
Josie: I donít want your help.
Matt: Why, because you donít think I understand? Well, I do. You know, I've gone through some pretty rough times in my own life. When I found out the way I was conceived, I felt cheated, I felt lied to, but I got over it, and I knew I was the same person.
Josie: Well, I'm not.
Matt: Yes, you are.
Josie: No, see, you're wrong, you're wrong. I'm a hooker's daughter now.
Matt: Donít say that, Josie.
Josie: You know, I always knew that you and I were different, and now I understand why. Why --
Matt: Why you what?
Josie: Forget it.
Matt: No, Josie. Answer me -- why you what?
Josie: Just let go of me. You're making this hard.
Matt: No, but you're not giving me an answer.
Josie: Because there are no more answers.
Matt: Yes, there are. I love you and you love me.
Josie: It's over, Matt. It's over!
Sharlene: John? John?
John: What are you doing?
John: Come here.
John: I want to show you something. Come on, relax. Keep your eyes closed. Come on.
Sharlene: What? Here? What?
John: Go on.
John: Let's get inside. I'm freezing.
Sam: Caroline helped me find Dustin, so --
Amanda: How Evan found me so quickly I will never understand. You just showed up all of a sudden.
Evan: You were a very brave girl.
Amanda: Thanks to you. You know, if you hadn't stalled Dustin by arguing with him -- Evan really saved my life.
Sam: Yeah, I know.
Ronnie: I'm afraid I'm going to have to break this up. My patient needs his rest.
Mac: Yes, of course. We'll be back soon.
Rachel: Sorry, we were being thoughtless.
Mac: You get well quick.
Evan: Thank you so much for coming by.
Amanda: I hate to leave you all alone, Evan.
Evan: Alone? Are you kidding me? All these hot nurses running around?
Ronnie: He will get the best of care, I promise, and I'll lock up the nurses.
Evan: Amanda, why donít you go be with your family?
Mac: We have calls to make, darling, to let everybody know Amandaís safe.
Rachel: To Mom first.
Mac: And Iris. She was terribly worried.
Rachelís voice: No, Cass. Mac canít know that Iris could be the chief until we're absolutely sure. Please, Cass, donít use it. It would devastate him.
Mac: Isnít that right, Rachel?
Mac: Will you try to get hold of Iris?
Rachel: Oh, I'll take care of Iris.
Amanda: I'll be back to see you as soon as I can, ok?
Evan: I'm fine, really.
Amanda: Think of anything you might need.
Evan: Hmm, just bring yourself. That'll be enough.
Mac: Come on, you two. Let this man get a well-needed rest.
Amanda: Ok, ok.
Sam: I'll be out in a sec. I really want to thank you for what you did.
Evan: Anybody would've done it.
Sam: Yeah, but you did it.
Evan: I just wish I could've got to her sooner, Sam.
Vicky: Somebody is bound to be here, Jake.
Jake: Come on.
Vicky: Somebody we know is going to show up right here.
Jake: You're not getting out of this. You're going to have that paternity test today!
Vicky: Oh, you are so wrong about this.
Jake: I donít think so. After we get proof, we'll find out, we'll decide what we're going to do about Marley and Jamie.
Vicky: Oh, my God, it's Rachel!
Amanda: Alli, we're going home!
Rachel: Oh, she's so thin. You make sure she gets something to eat, ok?
Amanda: Mom, I'm sorry, kidnapping didnít agree with me.
Rachel: To think we almost lost you.
Vicky: Did you hear that?
Jake: Yeah, good news.
Vicky: I should be with Amanda.
Jake: She's got her whole family!
Vicky: Yeah, well, maybe she would like to talk to a friend, Jake.
Jake: Stop stalling, all right?
Vicky: Oh, would you quit badgering me? Get off me!
Jake: Shut up! Sit down. I am going to go have my blood test. You better be here. You're not here when I come back, I'm going to go straight to Jamie, all right?
Vicky: I'll be right here.
Jake: We'll have your blood sample, too.
Vicky: I know the procedure, Jake.
Jake: Ok, I'll be right back.
Vicky: Ok, honey. Oh, we're going to be ok, see, because we know who your daddy is. Your daddy is Jamie.
Vicky: Oh, hi.
Rachel: What are you doing here? Is something wrong with the baby?
Vicky: No, Stevenís just fine, but I heard about Amanda and I came to see how she was doing and I had to bring Steven because Bridgetís out.
Rachel: Oh, I see. Oh, isnít he darling? Well, you just missed Amanda.
Vicky: Oh, I did? How is she?
Rachel: Well, she's all right. She was shaken up and she's being very brave. It was quite -- how do you know?
Vicky: Know what?
Rachel: About Amanda.
Vicky: How do I know about Amanda? Well --
Ronnie: Rachel? Excuse me.
Rachel: Yes, Ronnie?
Ronnie: We put on the private nurse you requested for Mr. Bates.
Rachel: Oh, thank you.
Ronnie: Is there anything else we can get for you?
Rachel: No, I just wanted to make sure he had some terrific, special attention. He saved my daughter's life.
Ronnie: Well, he was lucky. That bullet could've been fatal.
Rachel: Can I visit with him just a little bit?
Ronnie: Sure, that's fine.
Rachel: Thanks. Do you mind, darling?
Vicky: Oh, please, go ahead.
Rachel: I'll talk to you soon. I'm sorry you came all this way for nothing.
Vicky: Oh, it's no trouble! We'll go see Jamie now that we're here.
Rachel: That's a good idea. Bye-bye, darling.
Vicky: Bye. Say bye. Ok.
Vicky: No, it is not ok. We almost blew this entire thing.
Jake: What are you talking about?
Vicky: We cannot be seen together, Jake.
Jake: What are you talking about?
Vicky: You go home, I am going to take Steven in for his test, ok? Now go.
Jake: No, no, you can forget that. Nothing personal, Vick, but I donít trust you. I'll just wait here until you're through, ok?
Vicky: Ok. Come on, Steven.
Sharlene: Come on.
Sharlene: I think that's it. Come here. Come on, come on. Come on.
John: I never expected that I would ever feel this way again.
Sharlene: What way?
John: You donít know?
Sharlene: I'd like to hear it.
John: Happy, at peace. Hey, what's this?
John: These tears?
Sharlene: Yeah. I guess it's because I donít ever remember feeling this way.
John: I love you, Sharlene. Guess I've always known that, but I've never been able to find the words until now.
Sharlene: You could say them again.
John: I love you, Sharlene.
Sharlene: I love you, too.
John: I was hoping you'd say that.
John: Believe in destiny?
Sharlene: I do now.
John: I'm never going to let you go, ever.
Sharleneís voice: I was a prostitute. I was a prostitute. I was a prostitute.
Amanda: Oh, Alli. I missed you so much. And I'll never leave you alone again, I promise. Because you and Daddy are more important to me than anything else in the world.
Amanda: That's the reason that I fought so hard to get back. I had to see you and Alli.
Sam: You have no idea how good it feels just to hold you again.
Amanda: And for me to put my baby down to sleep, to look in your eyes. There were so many times when I never thought I'd be able to do that again.
Sam: I kept telling myself that you were ok. You had to be. I had to have you back.
Amanda: I'm so sorry I put you through that.
Sam: Oh, Amanda, come on, you have nothing to be sorry about.
Amanda: You know, if you hadn't come for me when you did -- only a couple of minutes later and it would've been too late.
Sam: God. Oh, if I'd lost you Ė
Rachel: You're awake.
Evan: Yeah, I just closed my eyes for a minute. I was just resting.
Rachel: Well, I'll let you rest. I'll come back another time.
Evan: No, no. I tell you, it is incredibly boring in here. I would love to have some company. Come sit down.
Rachel: All right, just for a minute.
Evan: I thought for sure that the whole Cory brigade had gone home.
Rachel: Well, most of us had. I just had to come back and say something to you.
Evan: What's that?
Rachel: Thank you so much for saving my daughter.
Evan: First off, you did thank me. And second, Sam deserves all the credit, not me. He saved both our lives.
Rachel: Evan, I donít think she would've survived if you hadn't been there to take care of her, not until Sam got there.
Evan: Oh, she would've survived. She has a lot to live for. You know about that, donít you?
Rachel: I do.
Evan: Well, Amanda told me that you were in kind of a similar situation once.
Rachel: I know about surviving, yes.
Evan: It was with Janice Frame?
Rachel: Well, that was in the past. We owe you so much, Evan. If there's anything we can do --
Evan: No, no, you've done enough, thanks.
Rachel: Also, you ought to consider yourself part of our family now.
Evan: Me? A Cory.
Rachel: I donít know what fate brought you to us, but I am so grateful.
Evan: That's really something.
Evan: I mean, it's --
Mac: Ah, you are here. I knew you would be.
Rachel: I thought you'd gone home.
Mac: Well, I changed my mind after I dropped Sam and Amanda off. This is a truly great day, and it's all due to this man here and I want to savor every minute of it, too.
Rachel: I told Evan he ought to consider himself part of our family now.
Mac: Absolutely. Hey, you know what? I would like to have a real old-fashioned family dinner celebration now that we're all back together again.
Mac: Well, whenever. Oh, did you reach Iris? I know she'd want to come.
Rachel: I haven't had a moment, Mac. I'll do it.
Mac: Well, we'll keep it small -- just Ada, Iris, the kids.
Rachel: I have a better idea.
Rachel: Well, why donít we wait until Evanís on his feet again and he can be the guest of honor?
Evan: No, no, no, no, no. You donít have to do that.
Mac: Yes, but we want to do it! It's the whole idea -- and you're the guest of honor, so you canít say no.
Ronnie: Excuse me, but there's an urgent call for you, Rachel, at the nurses' station.
Rachel: Who is it?
Ronnie: Donna Hudson.
Rachel: Oh. I'm sorry, I have to take this call.
Mac: Well, I might as well go with you, darling.
Rachel: No, no, no, you stay with Evan. I'll be right back.
Singer: Whenever I see your smiling face I have to smile myself because I love you yes, I do and when you give me that pretty little pout it turns me inside out there's something about you, baby I donít know isnít it amazing a man like me can feel this way? Tell me how much longer if it grows stronger every day oh, how much longer? I thought I was in love a couple of times before with the girl next door but that was long before I met you now I'm sure that I wonít forget you and I thank my lucky stars that you are who you are and not just another lovely lady sent down to break my heart isnít it amazing a man like me can feel this way? Tell me how much longer it can grow stronger every day, yeah how much longer? No one can tell me that I'm doing wrong today whenever I see you smile at me no one can tell me that I'm doing wrong today whenever I see your smiling face my way no one can tell me that I'm doing wrong today no one can tell me that I'm doing wrong today no, no, darling la-la, la-la la, la-la, la, la la-la, la-la la-la, la, la, la la-la, la-la, la-la hey, hey, hey, yeah yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Jake: Hey, doc.
Eric: What brings you here? It isnít Marley, is it?
Jake: No, uh-uh. I -- actually, I was looking for you.
Eric: Oh, is there a problem?
Jake: Yeah, kind of.
Eric: With Marley?
Jake: She's better. She's just kind of fragile, you know?
Eric: Fragile how?
Jake: Well, it's hard to explain. It's just I think -- I think the strain's getting to her.
Eric: It can happen.
Jake: Listen, maybe we should start talking about the possibilities of adoption, you know?
Eric: That's an awfully big step, Jake.
Jake: We've got to do something.
Eric: Yeah, I can see that. But knowing Marley as I do, you'll have to broach the adoption alternative very gently.
Jake: I already mentioned it to her.
Eric: And how did she react?
Jake: Well, it's not what she wants, but if that's the way it has to be --
Eric: Yeah, well, I guess you're approaching this very carefully. But donít mention any timetables. See how she reacts, and then take your cue from that.
Jake: Listen, I -- I'd appreciate it if you didnít mention you saw me. I mean, I'll tell her when the time's right, you know?
Eric: You just might run into her.
Jake: Marleyís here in this hospital?
Rachel: Is there a phone call for me? Hello? Donna? No, not yet. No, you canít tell anyone. Donna, I need a chance to break it to Mac. Well, how do you think he'll feel? He'll be devastated. He's at rock bottom over this business with Amanda. And now, to find out that his other daughter has betrayed him -- Donna, you have to give me some time.
Rachel: Donna? Donna, I'll -- I'll have to call you back. Right. Yes, please. Thank you. Thank you.
Mac: What did Donna tell you?
Rachel: Tell me?
Mac: That upset you so?
Rachel: Nothing. Nothing. I -- I just think I'm responding to what's happened to Amanda sort of retroactively.
Mac: Darling, she's home now. Our troubles are over.
Rachel: Yeah, all over.
Jake: Look, I got to run. Like I said, donít tell Marley you saw me. I donít want to make her worry, you know?
Eric: Yeah, I'll see you at the next renew meeting.
Jake: Maybe I donít have to go.
Eric: Jake, it's not as if you decide to adopt a child and the next day you're handed one.
Jake: I understand that.
Eric: It's a long and frustrating process -- unless, of course, you happen to know of a child who's available.
Jake: I might.
Jake: I'll stay in touch, thank you.
Eric: Yes, well, give my best to Marley.
Jake: Right. Doctors.
Vicky: There are a lot of blood samples there.
Doctor: You should see our lab -- rack after rack.
Vicky: Well, doesn't it become difficult to tell which is which? It must be a complicated system.
Doctor: Actually, it's relatively simple. First, we separate by the major blood types, and then sub groupings and so on.
Vicky: And that's when you tell who the father is?
Doctor: Well, this test can only prove the possibility of fatherhood, whether or not there's genetic compatibility or not.
Doctor: How would you like Stevenís sample to be labeled?
Doctor: It's just that a lab technician will be testing the samples, then a report will be compiled. I think for the sake of confidentiality, you might want to use your maiden name.
Vicky: That's a good idea, for safety's sake. Now, how long will this test take?
Doctor: Oh, they should be ready by the morning. Blood grouping doesn't take long.
Vicky: Oh, I see. So --
Doctor: Oh, there's Ronnie. Excuse me just a second.
Vicky: Oh, sure.
Vicky: We did your test. Are you happy?
Jake: How was Steven? Did he cry?
Vicky: He was fine. Now, you got what you wanted. Stay out of our lives now, Jake.
Jake: I have a right, Vicky. You should understand that. I donít want to hurt anyone.
Vicky: Oh, but you are.
Jake: I want to get the truth.
Vicky: The truth is that Jamie is the father of Steven.
Jake: No, that's what you want to believe, Vicky.
Vicky: I know that. Mothers know those things.
Jake: Yeah, well, we're going to find out for sure. Otherwise, we'll have this between us forever.
Vicky: Quit talking and get out of here, please.
Jake: Goodbye, Vick.
Doctor: The woman has been tested eight times. She's as healthy as you or I.
Ronnie: I keep telling her that.
Doctor: We need her bed.
Ronnie: I'll talk to her again.
Doctor: If she wonít budge, call Dr. Matthews, ok?
Doctor: And there's a pickup for the lab.
Ronnie: Ok, very good, doctor.
Vicky: Hi, Ronnie.
Ronnie: Oh, Vicky and Steven. How is my man?
Vicky: Oh, he's great. Isnít that wonderful news about Amanda?
Ronnie: Yeah. Did you see her?
Vicky: No, I didnít, but I heard.
Ronnie: Well, she's fine. She's a little thin, but aside from that, she's great.
Vicky: Yeah, I'm going to stop by later on today and see her.
Ronnie: Oh, good.
Doctor: Ronnie? I've got an idea about Mrs. Troy.
Ronnie: Ok, excuse me, Vicky.
Ronnie: Yes, doctor?
Doctor: I've got the surgery scheduled for next week. I was wondering who we could get to assist. Now, nurse Curry's on vacation.
Matt: We'd better go before we're late for our reservations. It's a very exclusive restaurant.
Josie: So how do I look?
Matt: Very beautiful. I'm very proud to be with you.
Josie: We're going to be late.
Matt: Mm-hmm. Let's go dancing till dawn.
Josie: Ok, anything you say.
Matt: Will this be enough for your time?
Josie: Matthew, no! No, you donít understand. I'm not like that! I love you! You've got to believe me!
John: What's wrong? Hmm?
Sharlene: I would like so much for you to stay here with me, spend the whole night with me. I have to find Josie. I have to tell her before she hears this from somebody else.
John: Listen, that's going to be difficult, but between the two of us, we can make her understand.
Sharlene: I've been imagining this moment for so many years. Now here it is.
John: You want me to be around when you tell her?
Sharlene: No, no. I have to do this alone.
John: Listen, you have been a very good mother to her. Nothing's going to change that.
Sharlene: I hope you're right.
John: You did what you did at a very difficult time in your life. You suffered for it, you've struggled, and you've changed.
Sharlene: See, but will Josie see it that way?
John: She's a good girl. That's a tribute to you.
Sharlene: I love you for saying all of this.
John: It's true.
Sharlene: It's time.
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