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Another World Transcript Wednesday 4/13/05
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Donna: Thank you. It was beautiful. Thank you.
Michael: Now, as I recall, you said something about going upstairs, Mrs. H?
Donna: Uh-huh. Mm-hmm.
Donna: We aren't expecting anybody.
Michael: I ain't expecting nobody. Donít worry. They'll be gone quickly. I canít believe anybody would come over. Hi.
Vicky: Hi, Dad. Is Mom here? Mom.
Michael: It's -- it's our anniversary, honey.
Vicky: Oh, Dad, happy anniversary.
Michael: Thank you.
Michael: Is everything ok? Are you all right?
Vicky: Yeah, I'm fine. Can I talk to you a minute?
Donna: Sure. Alone?
Donna: Just give us a few minutes.
Donna: Mother-daughter talk, please? I'll be up in a minute.
Michael: Mother-daughter talk.
Donna: What's the matter?
Vicky: Jakeís threatening to tell Jamie everything.
Vicky: He's convinced he's Stevenís father.
Donna: What happened? You told me that Jake wasn't going to be a problem.
Vicky: I was wrong.
Donna: Well, what happened?
Vicky: Blood test.
Donna: You agreed to a blood test?
Vicky: Jake forced me to do it. I thought I could handle it by switching the blood types.
Donna: It didnít work?
Vicky: No. He found out somehow and he double-checked the test results.
Donna: Oh, no. Oh, no.
Vicky: Now Dr. Peterson thinks that he could be Stevenís father.
Donna: "Is" or "could be"?
Vicky: Could be, but now he wants to force Jamie to take a genetic test, too.
Donna: That's insane!
Vicky: That's what I keep telling him, but he doesn't listen to me.
Donna: He doesn't even know Steven is his, and he could be destroying two marriages.
Vicky: How can I stop him?
Donna: Um -- we have to make him think that he's going to lose somehow.
Vicky: You'll help me?
Donna: Of course I'll help you, but you have to stall him. I need some time to come up with a plan. You've got to give me some more time.
Jake: Look, honey, I got to get back to work, ok?
Marley: Fine. I'll wait.
Jake: Hey. What do we got going? Got it, no problem. Probably not.
Julie Ann: I'm sorry I'm so late. I just got a call before I left.
Rick: Did you hear about the trial?
Julie Ann: Yeah, I know. I canít believe that Felicia --
Rick: Now, you know I was only doing my job when I arrested her?
Julie Ann: Yeah, I do. Listen, something else happened.
Rick: Oh, yeah? What?
Julie Ann: Cory Publishing offered me a promotion, a big one.
Rick: Well, that's great! Congratulations!
Julie Ann: Yeah, except I'd have to leave Bay City.
Julie Ann: They want me to transfer to the San Francisco office.
Rick: Well, I'm really proud of you, Julie Ann. What did you tell them?
Julie Ann: I asked them to give me some time to think about it.
Rick: You did?
Julie Ann: Yeah. Moving to San Francisco presents a few problems.
Rick: Yeah, it does.
Mitch: I donít think Cass is going to show up.
Nicole: He was going to try to meet with Felicia first.
Mitch: That's going to take hours. They have to go through all sorts of processing before he can even see her.
Nicole: Cass will find a loophole, Mitch. He'll win the appeal.
Mitch: Will you stop being Pollyanna? I know what her chances are. I always have. I'm getting out of here.
Nicole: No, Mitch, wait.
Mitch: Just tell Cass I'll see him tomorrow.
Nicole: I donít think you should be alone tonight.
Mitch: I got to get used to it sometimes.
Singer: I love you
Singers: Black pearl precious little girl
Felicia: The matron was here. I gave her all my things.
Cass: Look, I've been waiting for hours. I know my rights!
Guard: She is in jail. You canít go busting in there.
Cass: I told you, I've got clearance! I'm her attorney!
Guard: You've got a visitor.
Cass: Thank you. Hi!
Felicia: Hi, honey. Hi.
Felicia: How did you get in here?
Cass: Didnít you hear me? I got clearance.
Felicia: What does that mean?
Cass: I donít know, but they bought it! Ooh, ooh, you.
Felicia: Oh, yes.
Cass: It's you.
Felicia: I had a makeover.
Cass: Yeah. You know, I kind of like it. It's very minimalist.
Felicia: Sort of like doing it a Bergman film.
Cass: Yeah. Felicia --
Felicia: You know, what I like best about this dress is the sleeves. Not only are they dowdy, but if you push them up a little, the jiggly part of your arm shows.
Cass: I just wanted to tell you --
Felicia: I'm really going to complain, you know, to the screws when I get there.
Cass: The screws?
Felicia: Haven't you ever seen a prison movie? You know, titles like "Babes in the Big House"?
Cass: Oh, yeah, and Ida Lupino always played one of the babes, right?
Felicia: Right! I'm sure she wouldnít be caught dead in a little outfit like this.
Cass: I'm going to get you out of here, you know.
Felicia: You know who I've been thinking about since I've been here, a lot?
Felicia: You, too?
Cass: I can just see the expression on his face.
Felicia: He'd be saying about now, "boy, this is some fine mess you got us into."
Cass: Yeah. After all the scrapes we went through together?
Felicia: You know, at least if I'm going to be behind bars, I donít have to share a cell with a gorilla.
Cass: Well, have you seen your cellmate yet?
Felicia: Oh -- oh, no, no, no. No cellmate here. This is a minimal prison. This is white-collar stuff. I'm going to do aerobics classes, things like that.
Cass: Oh, good.
Cass: Then you'll get tips about the stock market.
Felicia: Insiders' tips, I hope, sure.
Cass: Yeah, well, let me know and I'll see what I can do.
Felicia: Ok. Have you seen Mitch?
Cass: I'll see him after I leave here.
Felicia: Good. Just make sure he's ok, will you?
Cass: Donít worry about him. I've already got him set up with a hot little chippy tonight.
Felicia: He'll love it.
Cass: Can I say one serious thing?
Felicia: Only one.
Cass: Ok. When -- when you didnít identify Derek, I really let you have it.
Felicia: Oh, honey, it's ok.
Cass: I know you would never, ever do anything like this unless you were very, very sure about what you were doing. I mean, you going to prison instead of pointing the finger at this guy --
Felicia: No, no, Cass, it wasn't the guy. Really.
Cass: Ok. Ok. I just wanted to tell you that I'm sorry. I'm sorry that I yelled at you, and I'm sorry I didnít beat this thing for you, and I'm sorry that you have to go through all of this.
Felicia: Honey. Come on. I donít want you to talk like that. Come on. Listen, you know, you're a wonderful lawyer. Do you know that I never knew that?
Cass: Oh, no?
Felicia: Really. You know what I used to say about you? I used to say that you were a lawyer like Pia Zadora is an actress. I'm sorry. I really am. I was so wrong about it. I know how difficult it was for you to do what you had to do. I'm never going to forget that. I love you.
Cass: I love you, too. And I'm not going to stop working for you, I swear that.
Felicia: I know that. You know what I want you to do?
Felicia: I want you to take care of yourself. Would you please marry Nicole?
Cass: Oh, poor Nicole.
Felicia: I mean, she's been waiting so long for you.
Cass: How can I do that without my best pal?
Guard: Ms. Gallant, you'll have to come with us now.
Cass: Look, couldn't we have just a couple more minutes, please?
Felicia: No, no. No, you know what? This is good. Because you know what? I can do this now. I can.
Felicia: Ok. Thank you.
Cass: Honey? Uh, give Ida my regards, all right?
Felicia: You know I will.
Cass: Yes, I do.
Sharlene: Are you cold?
John: No, I'm not cold. Ooh, you are. You want to go inside?
Sharlene: How about you build a fire and I'll cook? Spaghetti carbonara -- how's that sound?
John: Uh --
Sharlene: You hate it!
John: No, no, it's -- I donít hate it at all. I love spaghetti carbonara. It's just that -- well, I was -- I was planning on going over to Donna and Michaelís.
John: It's their anniversary. I got them a little something. I was hoping that you'd come with me.
Sharlene: Well, I donít -- I donít think Donna would be too happy to see me. Maybe you should go alone.
John: No, no, no. I'll call Michael. I can always take the gift over tomorrow.
Sharlene: What did you get him?
John: It's an old photograph. It was taken of Donna and Michael when they were about 18. I blew it up and put it in a nice Frame for them. I donít think either one of them have ever seen it.
Sharlene: I think they're going to love it. So let's go.
John: What about Donna?
Sharlene: I can handle her.
John: Well, let's go.
Vicky: We need to talk. I tried to tell Jamie but I couldn't.
Jake: This is not a good time. Marley is sitting right over there.
Vicky: I need two weeks.
Jake: No, Vicky!
Vicky: I got to wait until Cory Publishing finishes celebrating their 25th anniversary. I donít want to ruin it for them, Jake.
Jake: You have never given a damn about the Coryís as long as you live!
Vicky: I give a damn about Jamie. And therefore I care about his family, and I know you donít care about that because all you want to do is get my baby.
Jake: You know something? You're right, Vicky. If Steven turns out to be mine, I am going to get him.
Vicky: And you will destroy everybody that I love, including Marley, to get him.
Jake: It's not like that.
Vicky: Isnít it? Think about it.
Millie: Will you take some more orders for me?
Jake: As long as they're for drinks.
Millie: What else would they be for?
Jake: Uh, you'd have to tell me.
Cass: Thank you for waiting.
Nicole: You saw Felicia?
Cass: Yeah, they let me in just before they moved her to her cell.
Nicole: How is she?
Cass: Oh, she's putting up a good front, but I think that she's still in a state of shock. I know I am.
Nicole: Here. I ordered you a brandy.
Cass: Thank you. I just stood there and watched as the guard led her away. There was nothing I could do about it.
Nicole: Well, Cass, she blew your whole defense when she wouldnít admit that she knew Derek.
Cass: I should've seen that coming.
Nicole: How? How could you?
Cass: Everything that had to do with Derek was totally unpredictable. It was a mistake to rely on his testimony.
Nicole: Well, what choice did you have? He was the only witness.
Cass: I know. Where's Mitch?
Nicole: He left.
Cass: Well, I canít say as I blame him. He must hate my guts.
[Knock on door]
Matt: Dad, can I come in?
Mitch: Yeah, come on in. I'm not doing anything.
Matt: I went by your place. When you weren't there, I figured I'd find you here.
Mitch: I really didnít feel much like being at home.
Matt: You get to see Felicia?
Mitch: No, not yet.
Matt: Dad, are you mad at me?
Mitch: Why would I be mad at you?
Matt: Well, if I hadn't stuck my nose into this, you and Felicia would be in Honduras right now.
Mitch: And that would've been a big mistake.
Matt: Yeah, well, you'd be free.
Mitch: No, no, not really. You were right. We had to be here and face this. There was no other way out.
Matt: I canít believe she didnít get off. I know she's innocent.
Mitch: Yeah, you would think a jury would've thought otherwise.
Matt: Another jury might.
Matt: I'm so sorry about this whole thing, Dad.
Mitch: I donít understand how a jury can look at her and say that she's guilty of murder. How can they do that?
Woman: Oh -- hey, girls, catch the parade. It's Felicia Gallant!
Second woman: The famous writer?
First woman: Yeah, she wasted some guy.
Second woman: You look different in real life.
Third woman: Why did you kill him, honey?
Second woman: You going to write about it?
First woman: Yeah, write about this stuff, baby.
Fourth woman: I got a story for her. Hey, Felicia --
First woman: Oh, shut up!
Fifth woman: Yeah, donít nobody want to hear about your old man.
Fourth woman: Oh, drop dead! Donít you tell me to shut up! No, no, be quiet!
Felicia: It's just a photograph.
Guard: You can keep it.
Michael: You're keeping something from me, dear.
Donna: Why would I keep something from you?
Michael: General principles. That's why you'd keep something from me. Look, she came in here, she was obviously agitated. Now, donít tell me it was the trials and tribulations of being a wife, ok?
Donna: Ok. You better brace yourself.
Donna: I'll get that.
Michael: I donít believe this.
Donna: I'll get it, I'll get it.
Michael: I donít -- grand central station.
Donna: Oh, hi.
Michael: Happy anniversary.
Donna: Oh -- oh, thank you. Look who's here!
Rick: Well, honey, it's more than a good opportunity. It sounds like your dream job.
Julie Ann: Well, it would be if it was in Bay City and not in California.
Rick: I think you should take it.
Julie Ann: If I say yes, then I have to leave tomorrow night.
Julie Ann: Yeah. There's an emergency and they need someone in the office right away. Listen, I'm going to turn it down.
Rick: Now, wait a minute, wait a minute. You canít do that. You'd always wonder what would've happened if you'd said yes.
Julie Ann: Yeah, but what about us? Doesn't that even matter to you?
Rick: Of course it does. But do you think I'd really stop you from going?
Julie Ann: Well, I didnít think you'd hand me my hat. You haven't even said you'd miss me.
Rick: Well, I wonít.
Julie Ann: What?
Rick: I'm coming with you.
Julie Ann: Really? Tomorrow?
Rick: Well, as soon as I can. Do you think I'd let you get away that easily?
Julie Ann: You'd really come with me?
Rick: Yeah, yeah. Wives move with their husbands when they get transferred. Why -- why canít a husband do the same thing?
Julie Ann: Husband?
Rick: Yeah. Will you marry me?
Julie Ann: Yes.
Cass: The same names. I'm no closer now than I was before the trial started.
Nicole: That's not true. All you really need is Derekís testimony.
Cass: There has to be something I'm overlooking.
Nicole: Oh, Cass, I donít think that's possible.
Cass: Something that will lead me to the person who really killed Jason.
Nicole: Suppose you do find that person.
Cass: I wouldnít want to be in his or her shoes, that's for sure. You know, I've had Iris pegged as my top suspect right from the start, but I may have been wrong.
Jason: Friends like that from childhood -- many times they, in a situation like this, give each other a little warmth, a little comfort.
Nicole: You have a filthy mind.
Jason: What's filthy about that? I donít blame Jake. Vick and Marley -- you know, they looked -- they're probably identical in every respect.
Nicole: First you threaten me. Now Vicky?
Jason: I'm not threatening anybody. I'm just telling you I mean what I say. Let me tell you -- you cross me, Cass crosses me, I am not responsible for my actions.
Cass: That was a mistake. I should've put Vicky on the stand when I had the chance.
Nicole: She's my niece.
Cass: And that's why I didnít push her very hard.
Nicole: Oh, Cass, you're not going after her now, are you?
Cass: Nicole, Felicia has been convicted. Everything is different now.
Nicole: But she didnít do it. I know it.
Vicky: Well, I didnít expect to find you here.
Marley: Well, I could say the same for you. What could take you away from your darling Steven?
Vicky: Well, I came to get dinner for Jamie to surprise him when he comes from the hospital. What about you?
Marley: Oh, I'm just waiting for Jake. He's been working a lot of nights lately.
Vicky: Oh, does that bother you?
Marley: I do miss him.
Vicky: No, no, I mean that he works in a bar?
Marley: Well, why should that bother me?
Vicky: It's just that there are a lot of good-looking, single women who hang out here.
Marley: Oh, that doesn't bother me.
Vicky: Oh, you're kidding. That would've been the first thing I thought about. Do you know that -- that waitress over there?
Marley: Oh, Jake calls her Millie, I think her name is, yeah.
Vicky: Keep an eye on her.
Vicky: Well, I just think she has a thing for Jake, that's all.
Marley: Vicky, that is ridiculous.
Vicky: I'm probably reading into things too much. Jakeís always been a flirt.
Marley: Well, he's changed.
Vicky: Oh, sure, he has. But thank goodness he's still good-looking because you wouldnít want that to change. I'm going to have to get going. Oh, great.
Millie: Here's your order.
Vicky: Thank you. I'm going to go. You're not worried about what I said, are you?
Marley: No -- no. You're concerned about me. Thank you.
Vicky: Oh, and for heaven's sakes, donít say a word of this to Jake. I'll talk to you tomorrow.
Singer: Come and lay down by my side till the early morning light all I'm taking is your time
Vicky: Bridget! Bridget, is Jamie home yet?
Bridget: No, not yet, dear.
Vicky: Oh, thank God.
Bridget: Where did you go? You shot out of here like a bolt of lightning.
Vicky: Oh, I went to pick up some lobster salad.
Bridget: Well, there's more to it than that. I can tell.
Vicky: Well, I stopped by and saw Mom and Dad, wished them a happy anniversary.
Vicky: "And?" And that's it.
Bridget: Victoria, come on, now, dear. You're all worked up. What is it?
Vicky: Uh, how long has Steven been asleep?
Bridget: Well, I put him to bed just a little while ago. I'm sure he'll sleep the night, dear.
Vicky: Oh, great. How do I look?
Bridget: Well, you look lovely, darling.
Vicky: Oh, good. Bridget, you have been such a lifesaver. You now have time to go meet your friends and bowl your heart out.
Bridget: Victoria, are you all right, dear?
Vicky: I'm positive. Now, would you please go and have a good time all night long?
Bridget: Yes, all right.
Vicky: Oh --
Singer: Love light
Singer: Shine on me
Jamie: Hi. Well. This is quite the greeting.
Vicky: Feels like you've been gone for hours and hours.
Singer: And I donít want to miss one bit if this it
Nicole: Let's call it a night. You look like you could use some sleep.
Cass: I wonder if I'll even be able to sleep.
Nicole: Try. You can get a fresh start in the morning.
Cass: You're right. Thank you for understanding and for tolerating me.
Nicole: No problem.
Cass: You've been a real trouper. You know that? I put you through hell -- postponing our wedding, skipping meals, among other things, and you haven't complained, not even once.
Nicole: I love you. I'm in this for the duration.
Cass: Well, that's good because that's going to give us lots of time for me to make it up to you.
Jake: I am telling you, you are very lucky they invented calculators. You know that?
Millie: Did anyone ever tell you that you are a sexist, Jake?
Jake: Many times. I donít mind. Look, the receipts are totaling up to what the register was, so you go ahead and take off it you want.
Millie: You'll close up?
Jake: Sure. I donít care.
Millie: Oh, that's great. Ok, well, thanks. I'll see you tomorrow, ok?
Jake: Ok. Oh, my gosh.
Jake: Hello, young lady. Would you like a drink?
Marley: No, thank you.
Jake: Ok. Why donít we go home, then?
Marley: Jake --
Marley: I've been watching you.
Jake: Ah, I knew I felt some beautiful, blue eyes piercing my back.
Marley: Maybe they were Millieís.
Jake: What are you talking about?
Marley: Well, it's just that every time I looked over at the bar, you two were giggling and laughing and carrying on.
Jake: Oh, come on. The only thing I'm doing is serving her drinks across the bar.
Marley: It looked more like a party to me.
Jake: Marley McKinnon, you are jealous, aren't you?
Marley: I donít know. Should I be?
[Cell door closes]
Mitch: I love you, and I look forward to our future. You happen to be the most beautiful, exciting --
Mitch: Vibrant woman that I've ever known. And I will never let you go. Felicia? This is Daisy.
Felicia: Oh --
Mitch: Daisy, I'd like for you to meet someone. This is -- this is Felicia. Yeah.
Felicia: Do you have any idea how happy you make me?
Mitch: Want to prove it?
Felicia: Oh, thank you! Hello. Hello.
Mitch: I guess if we're going to get out, then you're going to have to get the keys.
Felicia: What, you donít -- you donít think that I can?
Felicia: You'll have to watch me.
Michael: I hardly know what to say. This -- well, it brings back memories.
John: That was the idea.
Donna: You're such a sentimentalist, John.
John: Yeah, I know.
John: Listen, how are the renovations going on the library?
Michael: The renovations on the library are going terrific, actually. I'm sorry it was too small of a job for Frame Construction.
Sharlene: Who said it was too small of a job?
Michael: Uh-oh. Well -- well, got you into trouble, didnít I? Would you like to see the construction?
John: Yeah, I would.
Michael: Ok, we're going to go look at the construction. See you soon. Bye.
Donna: Oh. How are you getting on, Sharlene, with everything that's happened?
Sharlene: Oh, I take it one day at a time.
Donna: Well, I saw you talking to Russ outside the courtroom.
Sharlene: Yeah. He came with Rachel.
Donna: It must be really difficult having your ex-husband in town, I mean, with everything that's happening.
Sharlene: No, not really. Russ and I split up so long ago that --
Donna: Why did he come to the trial?
Sharlene: Why did anybody come to that trial?
Donna: Yes, of course. I have to say I really admire what you did, sitting in front of all those people and admitting to the entire courtroom that you were a prostitute.
Sharlene: Could we change the subject, Donna?
Donna: I'm sorry. I just want you to know that you can feel free to be open about everything here. John has accepted you and --
Donna: Was he taken by surprise?
Sharlene: He has been wonderful. We know all about each other, and it's fine.
Donna: Then he must have told you about me.
Donna: He didnít? Oh, I'm sorry.
Sharlene: What is --
Donna: Oh, I'm sorry. No, it was a long time ago. It was a mistake. But it's awkward between us sometimes now, you know.
Sharlene: It is?
Donna: Well, yes. When John came back to Bay City and came into my life, it was very intense between us.
Donna: Well, I'm sorry. I thought that Sharlene knew John and I had been attracted to one another. I wouldnít have said anything. I'm terribly sorry.
Sharlene: Actually, I didnít know. John never mentioned it.
Jake: Marley, Millie and I were goofing around. We do that all the time at work. I'm not interested in her or any other woman, for that matter.
Marley: Part of me is certain of that.
Jake: What is wrong with you tonight?
Marley: Jake, I know you love me. I know you want what I want, to have a child and to have a family.
Jake: Well, donít doubt that.
Marley: Well, when you pull away from me and donít talk to me, I get -- I -- I get scared.
Jake: Honey, there is no reason for you to be scared.
Marley: It's like the last time, Jake. If anything happened and you were unfaithful, I could not handle it.
Jake: Nothing like that is going to happen.
Marley: Well, good, because I love you too much for that.
Jake: I love you, too.
Singer: Love light shine on
Jamie: I'm sorry if I ruined our romantic evening together.
Vicky: You didnít. You didnít. Jamie, do you love me?
Jamie: Yes, I love you.
Vicky: Because I just wonder if you would if Steven hadn't been born and it was just me.
Jamie: We're awfully philosophical, aren't we?
Vicky: Would you answer me?
Jamie: Steven brought us together. But I do love you for yourself.
Jamie: Cross my heart. I'm very happy. I would be lying if I didnít admit that Stevenís a big part of that.
Vicky: A big crying part of that.
Jamie: Yeah. Listen, you go meet me in the bedroom. I'll turn the lights out in here.
Vicky: Ok. Donít be long.
Singer: Can come together
Singer: Let him stay
[Music turns off]
Jamie: What is this? A bill from Bay City Hospital. So much for professional courtesy. A blood test for Steven last week? Why was this ordered? And why didnít I know about this?
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