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Another World Transcript Friday 5/20/05

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Felicia: Now, do they have the records of when I was there?

Lucas: I'm sure they do.

Felicia: So then they would know who adopted her?

Lucas: Well, if the hospital handled the adoption, they should.

Felicia: 23 years later, really?

Lucas: Their records would be on microfilm.

Felicia: This is impossible for me to believe.

Lucas: We'll find our baby, donít worry.

Felicia: I mean, she's 23 years old, if she's still alive.

Lucas: Well, if we know the house where she went or where she was raised. Mr. Garfield, I'm being transferred back to your office again. I've already told this story three times.

Felicia: Donít antagonize him.

Lucas: Well, we'll come down there. What the hell are you talking about?

Felicia: Luke, donít.

Lucas: Well, if the records are sealed, we'll unseal them. The natural mother and father --

Felicia: It's not going to do any good to shout at him.

Lucas: Did not give our consent. That was our baby. Oh, really? No, that may be your opinion, but that's not the way things have to be.

Felicia: Why donít you invite him to dinner?

Lucas: I guess you donít know who you're talking to, but I create images and I can destroy them, too, like hospitals and careers!

Felicia: Luke.

Lucas: Good, you call your lawyers, because I have some lawyers, too, pal. I've just begun with you!

Felicia: My God.

Lucas: Donít worry, Fanny. We'll find our daughter. Nothing can stand in our way.

Matt: Did you get in touch with Adam?

Jamie: Yeah, he'll be here.

Sam: Is that everybody?

Jamie: It's the entire family. We can start calling the other people now.

Matt: Actually, it's not the entire family.

Jamie: What do you mean?

Matt: Mom left to tell Iris.

Amanda: Iris?

Vivien: Mrs. Coryís on her way up!

Iris: I knew it.

Vivien: How'd you know? I just talked to the doorman.

Iris: No, I mean, I knew that Rachel would talk to Daddy for me.

Vivien: Oh, that.

Iris: I wonder if he's changed his mind. Oh, I mustn't let my hopes get too high.

Vivien: Sounds good, because you donít know what Mrs. Cory has to say yet.

Iris: Well, even if she tells me that he's willing to think about it --

Vivien: Do you think maybe I should fix some coffee or something?

Iris: I wonder if I should tell her that I'm going to dedicate the premiere issue of "sophisticate" to Daddy.

Vivien: Maybe those little cookies that you liked so much?

Iris: No.

Vivien: No? You donít want Mrs. Cory to have any cookies?

Iris: No. I donít think I will tell her. I think I'll wait and let him see it himself first.

Vivien: Oh, yeah. That'll probably make him feel good.

Iris: I know he's going to forgive me. I just know that somehow I'm going to get him to forgive me. Rachel.

Rachel: Hello, Iris.

Vivien: Oh. Excuse me. I'm going to be in the kitchen.

Iris: Is there something wrong?

Rachel: Iris, I'm very sorry.

Iris: Well, wonít Daddy see me?

Rachel: Iris, your father passed on this morning.

Rachel: His heart just stopped. He was in Maine. That's where he went to think. He loved it up there by the coast. He said the water was always so clean and clear, the way oceans are supposed to be.

Iris: No, it -- it canít be true. He takes very good care of himself.

Rachel: He died in his sleep.

Iris: He's -- he's feeling very good! He's terrific! He --

Rachel: I saw him, Iris.

Iris: There just must be some mistake.

Rachel: I got up to Maine too late. He had already gone.

Iris: It canít be true! It canít be true! He -- no!

Amanda: Iris had better not come over here tonight.

Sam: Amanda --

Jamie: That'll be up to Mom.

Amanda: I donít ever want to see her again. And I donít think she should be allowed to come to the service.

Sam: She'll be ok.

Jamie: Yeah.

Sam: Excuse me.

Amanda: I guess I made a real fool out of myself in there, huh?

Sam: Amanda, your father just died. You can act any way you want to.

Amanda: He would have been here with us. I could have said goodbye if it wasn't for her.

Sam: Amanda, come on. I'm not so sure that's true.

Amanda: I should be thinking about Daddy, you know? I mean, would he want me to act like this?

Sam: Well, he wouldnít want you to pretend you weren't angry. He was mad at Iris, too.

Amanda: What she did was unforgivable.

Sam: Amanda, look, that is just not important right now. What's important is how you feel.

Amanda: I'll be ok. I just need some time to myself.

Sam: You sure? Ok. Look, I'm going to go check up on Alli, so if you need me, I'll be in the nursery.

Mac: Mmm! Mmm. I remember when your mother and I bought this for you.

Amanda: Oh, Dad.

Mac: I was like a maniac, buying everything in sight. Rachel said, "Thatís it. I donít want that baby expecting a windfall every Christmas." Then she saw the bear.

Amanda: Well, Christmas wouldnít be Christmas without Theodore under the tree.

Mac: Yeah. He was bigger than you then. You were just a baby.

Amanda: Next Christmas, I'll have my own baby. You have been a wonderful father. And I know I've really caused you a lot of trouble.

Mac: Oh, no, you havenít. Well, of course, you did have quite a knack for getting into things. Darling, you've been nothing but a joy to your mother and me. You're a very, very special person to us.

Amanda: Daddy, I came as soon as I heard. I'm so sorry.

Mac: You've never disappointed me, Amanda.

Amanda: No, and I never will. I'll always be here for you, Daddy. Thanks, Daddy.

Mac: Let's get you married, sweetheart.

Jamie: Goodbye. Thank you.

Vicky: Amanda was really upset about Iris.

Jamie: Yeah, she needs someone to blame, and I can understand the feeling.

Vicky: I know Iris did something really awful, but now seems like a time to forgive.

Jamie: Maybe later.

Vicky: I hope so.

Jamie: What Iris did really hit Amanda harder than anybody else -- not just what she did to Mac, but she pretended to be Amandaís friend, her loving sister, the whole bit. Their whole relationship was one big lie. If you think about it, so was our relationship, from the first day you told me you were pregnant.

Marley: You like that plane, donít you? You like the way that tastes, huh?

Jake: I think he likes you.

Marley: Oh, well, I'm sure he likes you and recognizes you.

Jake: He'd better. I was the one who delivered this little guy, huh? You remember that. You were there.

Marley: I'm so glad Bridget called us.

Jake: So am I.

Marley: She must be really worried about her friend.

Jake: Well, that's the way she gets when people are sick. I'm sure it's not as bad as she thinks it is.

Marley: She didnít say where Vicky was going, did she?

Jake: Nope, not to me.

Marley: Hmm. That seems kind of strange. Come here, little tiger.

Jake: Why's that?

Marley: Well, it's just that -- whoa, you're going to take the whole plane with you, aren't you?

Jake: Let Jake play with the airplane.

Marley: She's never around when we're here. I mean, I would just miss him so much every minute of the day, and she never seems to be here when -- when we come over, that's all.

[Doorbell rings]

Marley: Oh! Want to go get the door before we go night-night? Want to go get the door with me, huh?

Jake: I got it.

Marley: Ok. Uncle Jakeís going to get the door! Yes, he is.

Michael: Jake. Hi.

Jake: Hey, how you doing?

Michael: Good. Vicky here?

Jake: No, nobody knows where she's at. Marleyís watching the baby, though. Come on in.

Michael: Oh, great. Hi, sweetheart!

Marley: That's who it is! Look who's here!

Michael: Oh, is that somebody's grandson, huh?

Marley: Oh, I think so!

Michael: Oh, hi.

Marley: Hi!

Jake: Listen, I got to run some errands. I'll talk to you guys in a little while, all right?

Marley: Ok. Donít forget the eggs.

Jake: I wonít forget the eggs.

Marley: All right.

Michael: Bye, Jake.

Jake: See you, Michael.

Marley: Hi, grandpa.

Michael: What's this about nobody knows where Vicky is?

Marley: Oh, I donít know. Bridget didnít say, and then Bridget had to leave.

Michael: Well, good, that gives me a chance to spend some time with you.

Marley: Ooh, and your little grandson.

Michael: Oh, yes, little grandson. Oh, well, I wonít complain about that, will I? No, no, no. Say, this little guy looks like he's ready for a good night's sleep.

Marley: He is. You want to just put him down?

Michael: Sure.

Marley: He's ready to go to sleep, I think.

Michael: Here you go, partner.

Marley: Yes, he is. Grandpa's putting you down. Ok.

Michael: "Grandpa."

Marley: Now, you just close your little eyes.

Michael: Yeah.

Marley: Want that? We'll be right here in this room. There's nothing for you to worry about because we're going to be right here, ok? All right?

Michael: We have to be quiet.

Marley: Ok.

Michael: Ok.

Marley: I think he'll go right to sleep.

Michael: Ok.

Marley: All right.

Michael: So, have you and -- you and Jake done anything more about an adoption?

Marley: Uh -- yeah, well, Jakeís handling it.

Michael: Something wrong?

Marley: No. Why?

Michael: You just donít sound too happy.

Marley: Oh, I'm happy. It's just that Jake doesn't -- Jake doesn't want me to be disappointed.

Michael: Disappointed about what?

Marley: About anything that could go wrong.

Michael: Well, you're talking about a baby here, not a car. Jakeís not supposed to handle this himself.

Marley: I realize that. But Jake hasn't been very good at talking about it.

Michael: Well, do you ask him?

Marley: He doesn't like when I push him.

Michael: Asking is not pushing.

Marley: I realize that. I ask and I ask, and all he says is, "Marley, I'll handle it," and he puts off talking about the situation. It just -- it reminds me so much of when I was growing up with Donna and I used to confront a situation with her and she kept saying, "I'll take care of things."

Michael: Well, come on, now, you know that was because she was probably, you know, trying to keep it a secret that you were her daughter.

Marley: I know. The secrets. And now Jake is doing the same thing with me.

Michael: Marley, you deserve to know what's going on. You're going to be the mother. .

Lucas: Do you or donít you want to find our daughter?

Felicia: Of course I do. I just donít know why you have to yell at the guy. Threatening him with a lawsuit?

Lucas: It wasn't a threat. It was a warning. This way when my lawyers come calling, he'll know we mean business.

Felicia: Look, why donít we just go to Chicago, talk to the guy? I'm sure if we explain everything, he'll understand.

Lucas: Donít even think about it.

Felicia: Why not?

Lucas: Being nice to bureaucrats is like -- it's like talking to the wind. If you want results, you have to shake them until their teeth rattle!

Felicia: Oh, I donít believe this.

Lucas: Do you or do you not want results?

Felicia: Is that all that you want?

Lucas: What?

Felicia: Results?

Lucas: I want to find out about our daughter. Donít you?

Felicia: Of course I do. It's just when you were young, you were gentle. You never threatened people.

Lucas: Well, maybe when I left Gold Street, that kid disappeared. There's no reason for us to argue about how to get the information. The only thing is to get it. I'll talk to you when I know more.

Felicia: Ok.

Lucas: We'll find our daughter.

[Door opens and closes]

[Phone rings]

Felicia: Hello?

Matt: Hi, Felicia. It's Matt.

Felicia: Matthew. Hi, honey.

Matt: Is my dad there?

Felicia: No, I'm afraid he isnít. He had to go out again. I expect him back tonight. Is there anything I can do?

Matt: No, no. Do you -- do you think you could come over to the house?

Felicia: What, right now?

Matt: Yeah. It's -- it's kind of hard to talk about over the phone.

Felicia: Matthew, what's happened?

Matt: We've had some bad news.

Felicia: I'll be right there.

Josie: If there's anything I can do, please just say so.

Jamie: That's very nice, Josie, thank you.

Josie: Mr. Cory seemed like one of those people who were just going to live forever.

Jamie: Yeah, he was a great man. We were very lucky to be his family.

Mac: We go through some rough times. But we get through them. Your mother and I got through this. You're going to get through this, and you're going to be much stronger because you fought your way through it. Believe me, Matthew.

Matt: I want to believe it.

Mac: Now, that's the word -- "believe," Matthew. Trust. And please, son, let us love you.

Matt: This -- I -- I need your help. I donít know how to deal with this.

Mac: I'm going to help you. We're all going to help you, Matthew. But you've got to help, too. You've got to help us to help you.

Vicky: Matt? Matthew?

Matt: Vicky. Hi.

Vicky: Hey, how you doing?

Matt: I donít know. I donít know. Few weeks ago, I was doing great. Now, I donít know what's going on with Josie. And Mac -- he was -- he was my dad for so long, as long as I can remember. Now he's just gone. It's like everything's caving in, you know?

Vicky: Yeah, I know. I know.

Amanda: I am going to miss him so much.

Sam: I know. Come on.

[Doorbell rings]

Vicky: Caroline.

Caroline: Hi, Vicky. I was wondering if Sam -- there you are. Sam --

Sam: Caroline, hi.

Caroline: I think you like having people track you down.

Sam: What?

Caroline: Your trip to New York? I've got your ticket and all your arrangements here.

Sam: Caroline, no, look, I canít go.

Caroline: What do you mean, no? What's the matter?

Sam: Look, Caroline, I canít go to New York.

Amanda: Yes, he can. You're going.

Iris: If I could have just talked to him --

Rachel: We all wish that.

Iris: I know what you're thinking.

Rachel: Sorry?

Iris: You're thinking I killed him, aren't you? You think that if I hadn't hurt him so much, he'd still be alive!

Rachel: Iris --

Iris: That's what you're thinking, isnít it? Why donít you just say it?

Rachel: Please, honey, you're making yourself too powerful. He didnít die because you hurt him. It was his time, I guess.

Iris: No, it wasnít. I just -- I just didnít get a chance to talk to him. I didnít get a chance to tell him that those things I did, it was only because I loved him! I loved him so much.

Rachel: He was aware of that.

Iris: Did he forgive me when you talked to him? Did he forgive me?

Rachel: I told him that you saved my life, Iris. He was grateful.

Iris: Thank you.

Rachel: He loved you, Iris.

Iris: He loved you, too.

Rachel: Thank you. There's going to be a memorial tomorrow, ok? You're welcome to attend. I'm sorry, I have to go.

Iris: Thank you.

Iris: Daddy! Oh, Daddy! Why?

Michael: Did Bridget say when Vicky was coming back?

Marley: No, no, and I didnít talk to Vicky. Actually, it seems lately, I never talk to Vicky.

Michael: What do you mean?

Marley: Well, it's just that ever since the 25th anniversary party, Vicky never seems to be around to talk or never calls. I donít know, just things like that.

Michael: Well, you know, your mother didnít get any details. She's been kind of hinting, though, that Jamie and Vicky might be having problems.

Marley: Oh, really?

Michael: Yeah. Look, I donít know what it is --

[Phone rings]

Michael: And I really donít want to blow it out of proportion.

Marley: Oh, right. Excuse me. Hello? Oh, yes, hi, Donna! Did you want to talk to Michael? Really? Oh, yeah -- of course. I'll tell him right away. Thank you.

Michael: Honey, what is it?

Marley: Uh -- Dad --

Michael: What?

Marley: Mac Cory died.

Michael: What?

Marley: A heart attack. That must be where Vicky is, at the Coryís'. I'm sorry.

Michael: My God. I have to go.

Marley: Ok.

Michael: Are you ok?

Marley: Mm-hmm. Are you ok?

Michael: Yeah.

Marley: Where are you going?

Michael: There's somebody I have to see.

Vivien: Just a minute. Lucas is here to see you.

Iris: No, I canít see anyone.

Vivien: Go away. No visitors. Mrs. Wheeler? Mr. Cory -- he was a very great man. And he always said "thank you" and he always called me by name, Vivien. And you'd be surprised how many people when you go to work for them donít remember to call you by your name and you'd be surprised how many people donít thank you.

Iris: He was -- he was the finest human being I've ever known.

Vivien: And I want you to know that if there's anything that I can do for you, anything at all, please ask me to do it for you, ok?

Iris: Ok.

Lucas: Iris --

Vivien: Hey! I said no visitors!

Lucas: We had an appointment. I donít have time for people who stiff me.

Iris: I canít see anyone right now.

Vivien: Canít you see she's upset?

Lucas: My time is valuable.

Iris: My father died.

Vivien: And appointment's canceled, so there's the elevator!

Lucas: I'm so sorry. I had no idea.

Iris: It's all right. I just -- I just heard.

Lucas: Why donít you sit down? You need -- you shouldnít be alone right now.

Vivien: She's not alone! I'm here!

Iris: Vivien? Why donít you go and rustle up some tea, hmm?

Vivien: Oh. Oh, sure.

Iris: And what about some of those delicious cookies?

Vivien: Oh. Ok, sure.

Lucas: When did it happen?

Iris: This morning. I just heard. Look, I really -- I really canít discuss business right now.

Lucas: The hell with the meeting. I mean, we have to talk about this.

Iris: No, thank you. I'd -- I'd really rather not talk about it.

Lucas: Iris, you have to. This is too big, too important. Losing your father -- you have to talk about this. Did you know it was coming?

Iris: No. The worst of it --

Lucas: What?

Iris: The worst of it was -- hmm. There was -- there was tension between us.

Lucas: So you were angry?

Iris: No. No. No, I'm not angry. Yes, I am. Yes, I am so angry because I -- I couldn't -- I couldn't make it up to him.

Lucas: Not even in a letter?

Iris: Nothing.

Lucas: That's rough.

Iris: There were so many things I wanted to tell him. Oh, God, there was so many things that we needed to tell each other.

Lucas: I know what it's like to have unfinished business.

Sam: So I'm not going to be able to make the trip to New York.

Caroline: No. I certainly understand. Amanda, I'm -- I'm terribly sorry.

Amanda: Thank you. Can I talk to you for a second? You have to go.

Sam: Amanda, I'm not going. This is not a good time.

Amanda: It's a very big showing for you. You have big contacts there and she's set up interviews and everything for you.

Sam: Amanda, I'm not going.

Amanda: This could be a very big step for you.

Sam: Look, I could be gone for weeks. I was feeling funny about this anyway. I -- I really donít think this is the time I should leave you alone.

Amanda: I'm not going to be alone. I've got Alli, I've got my work, and I'm going to be spending a lot of time with Mom.

Sam: Look, I just donít feel right just walking away.

Amanda: You're not walking away. Daddy believed in you. He would want you to go.

Sam: All you have to do is say the word and I'll be on the first flight home, ok?

Matt: Thank you for coming.

Josie: I just wish there was something I could do.

Matt: Just seeing you walk in the door, it made me feel better. This isnít exactly what I imagined I'd feel, you know?

Jake: That's awful.

Marley: I still haven't gotten over it.

Jake: Mac was a great guy, you know? I mean, he was rich and everything, but he was still a -- a regular guy.

Marley: That poor family. I know that's where Vicky is. I feel so bad. I shouldnít have said what I did before.

Jake: Why, what'd you say?

Marley: Well, Vicky obviously wasn't neglecting Steven if she's over helping the Coryís get through this time.

Jake: Well, why didnít she bring Steven with her?

Marley: Well, I think she did. Donít you remember when Bridget said that she went over and picked up Steven? She probably picked him up from the Coryís'. I'm sure she did.

Jake: Marley, every time we come over here, she's gone shopping or something.

Marley: Well, that doesn't mean that she's neglecting --

Jake: I mean, look at what she did with Mikey. Once Donna and Michael adopted him, she just lost interest.

Marley: Well, honey, she got pregnant. She had to rest and --

Jake: No, I am talking about before that. I mean, she just lost interest, like he was a toy or something. She just lost interest.

Marley: Michael did say that Vicky and Jamie are kind of going through a tough time lately.

Jake: Well, maybe that's because Jamieís afraid Vickyís going to lose interest in being a mother.

Felicia: Listen, I want to speak to Matthew --

Jamie: Sure.

Felicia: For just a second, ok? Come on. Now, I want you to listen to me. Your father's going to be home later. If you need anything, you want anything, I want you to speak up, you understand?

Matt: Thanks for coming over. I didnít know what to say on the phone.

Felicia: I know.

Vicky: Are you feeling better?

Amanda: Oh, the -- the Iris bit.

Vicky: You were really upset.

Amanda: Yeah, well, I'm ok. No, I'm not, but I will be, I guess.

Vicky: It'll take time. You know, Amanda, you and I haven't spent time alone since Jamie and I moved into our new house.

Amanda: I know. There's no more running across the hallway for diapers or anything.

Vicky: I miss that.

Amanda: Yeah, so do I. Let's do it real soon, ok?

Vicky: Yeah, absolutely.

Amanda: You know, with Daddy gone, it really makes you realize how important family is, and you're part of our family now.

Vicky: Yeah. Yeah, I am.

Caroline: Then I'll change this to the afternoon. You'll have more time with your family.

Sam: All right. Thanks, Caroline.

Caroline: Hey.

Sam: Listen, I'm going to go check up on the baby.

Caroline: I think we should be going, donít you? It's really only family and friends.

Evan: Yeah, I guess. Let's get going.

Caroline: Amanda, we're really going to leave it to the family.

Amanda: Thanks.

Caroline: I'm really sorry about your father. He's going to be really missed.

Amanda: Thanks. You know, I am really glad that Sam is going to New York. I think it could be really important for him.

Caroline: Yeah, it will. Good night.

Amanda: Good night.

Evan: Take care.

Amanda: Evan? Thanks for coming over.

Evan: Well, yeah. I mean, if you can think of anything that you need, I want you to call me. I'll do anything for you, like I told you.

Amanda: Yeah, I will.

Evan: Ok. If you need me Ė

Vicky: Beautiful night, isnít it?

Felicia: Yes, it is.

Vicky: Somehow, it just doesn't seem right, not tonight.

Felicia: You loved Mac, too, didnít you?

Vicky: Yeah. Yeah, I loved him. He never judged me. Most people do.

Felicia: Here.

Matt: I donít think I ever realized how much grief I put him through.

Jamie: I should have seen that something was wrong with him.

Matt: When Mitch came back, I -- the way I treated him, I donít know why he put up with it.

Jamie: Because he was Mac and he loved us.

Matt: We weren't even his real children.

Jamie: Oh, we were, in every way that really mattered.

Sam: Are you going to be ok?

Amanda: Yeah.

Sam: Are you sure?

Amanda: I'm positive. Look, go pack. Besides, I have to -- I have to go somewhere.

Sam: Alone?

Amanda: Yeah.

Sam: Right. Love you.

Amanda: I love you.

Sam: Are you going to be ok?

Amanda: Yeah, sure. I'm just really lucky to have you.

Sam: Hey, listen to me, I'm the lucky one. Mac Cory walked his daughter down the aisle and gave her to me, and all he ever asked was that I love you. And I do.

Iris: Thank you. Thank you so much. I didnít realize how much I needed to talk to someone.

Lucas: I've been where you are. I canít say that the pain will ever really go away, but it'll get better.

Iris: It's just that my father was always the most important person in my life.

Lucas: I know what it's like to lose that person.

Iris: God, I've got the memorial service tomorrow. I donít know how I'll get through it.

Lucas: Oh, you will. One step at a time, one day at -- you'll do fine.

Iris: Thank you.

Lucas: I have to make a phone call.

Iris: That's all right. Please, go ahead.

Michael: Iris.

Iris: Michael.

Michael: Iris, I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. I came as soon as I heard.

Iris: Thank you.

Michael: What can I say? We loved him so very much and we're all going to miss him. I know you loved him.

Iris: I just -- I canít believe -- I canít believe it's true.

Michael: If there's anything at all, anything that I can do, you let me know.

Iris: Thank you. I didnít expect to see you, but thank you. Thank you so much for coming. Oh. I'm sorry, I was forgetting. Michael, this is Lucas.

Iris: Michael, this is Lucas.

Michael: It's a pleasure.

Lucas: How do you do?

Iris: I think I mentioned that Lucas was helping me with the work on "sophisticate."

Michael: Well, I hope everything works out all right.

Lucas: It will. Just want to wait a while on it.

Michael: Good. Give Iris some time by herself.

Iris: Oh, lord, where are my manners? I'm sorry. Would you like a drink?

Michael: No, honey, I just came by to see you. I got to go.

Iris: I'm not very much -- not good company to anyone tonight. I'm sorry.

Lucas: I have to go, as well.

Iris: Thank you very much, for everything.

Lucas: We'll talk.

Iris: I'll see you tomorrow then, Michael?

Michael: You'll see me tomorrow, Iris.

Lucas: Tough break on Iris.

Michael: Mac Cory was the best.

Lucas: I donít know, but I swear we've met someplace before.

Michael: I donít think so.

Jamieís voice: Boy, you donít know what good timing it is to hear that.

Macís voice: I couldn't love you more nor be prouder of you if you were my own son, Jamie.

Jamie: Mac, I love my father.

Mac: I know that.

Jamie: But no one could have been a better father than you have been to me.

Mac: Thank you, Jamie, and you're going to be a terrific father yourself, I know it.

Jamie: Well, and I'm going to be there like you were.

Mac: I know you will be.

Vicky: Jamie?

Jamie: Yes?

Vicky: I'm going to leave now, unless -- unless you want me to stay.

Jamie: Ahem.

Vicky: I'm sorry. Mac was -- well, we all know what Mac was. Good night.

Jamie: Vicky? Matthewís going to stay here tonight. And I donít know, staying at the hospital is -- well, I've got things to do and things to get, and --

Vicky: Would you like to come home and spend the night with Steven?

Jamie: Yes.

Vicky: I'd like that.

Amanda: Thought I might find you here.

Rachel: Did you reach everybody?

Amanda: Yeah. Did you talk to Iris?

Rachel: Yeah. Then I felt I just wanted to come here. This place is so much a part of who he is.

Amanda: Yeah, I know.

Rachel: He ran this huge company, and he knew everybody's name.

Amanda: Yeah. He did.

Rachel: That's the kind of man he was.

[Rachel sighs]

Rachel: Tolstoy said happy families are all alike. I donít agree. I feel our family was different.

Amanda: It had to be. We had him.

Rachel: And we still have him. He's all around us. He's right here, sweetie, when I look at you.

Amanda: Sometimes I wonder if we're going to make it without him.

Rachel: Oh, sweetie, of course we will. I haven't quite figured out how yet, but we will. Oh, honey. He would be so upset if he knew that we were sitting around feeling sorry for ourselves?

Amanda: Yeah, yeah.

Rachel: So we wonít. Ok?

Amanda: Right.

Rachel: All right. Let's go home, ok?

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