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Another World Transcript Friday 7/15/05
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Singers: Until forever this is for always if we're together nothing's gonna take that away until forever 'cause it was meant to be
Matt: I've missed you so much.
Josie: I canít believe that I'm finally standing here with you.
Matt: You look beautiful.
Josie: How did you plan all this?
Matt: Well, I wanted today to be special.
Josie: You know, now that I'm standing here with you, I donít -- I donít know how I ever could've even thought of leaving. After everything I've done to you, how come you still care?
Matt: I love you. I'm never going to lose you again.
Singer: Oh, we'll build a fire from the embers
Evan: I'll tell you right now, this meeting has turned into a circus.
Jamie: Just when I think I've seen my wife do everything.
Amanda: What could she be talking about to Mom?
Sam: She's got a big block of stock. She could influence the board one way or the other.
Amanda: No, she wouldnít dare make a deal.
Jamie: Oh, yes, she would, and I think I know just what the terms are. Excuse me.
Rachel: Think about what you're doing, Vicky. Do you really think this is going to get you what you want?
Vicky: I know how much this company means to you, Rachel.
Rachel: Then you obviously donít know how much my family means to me.
Vicky: I know you think that a child belongs with his mother. You fought for the same thing.
Rachel: Donít compare your life to mine, Vicky.
Vicky: I will say this again -- you get me Steven and I will make sure you have control of Macís company.
Jamie: You're disgusting.
Jake: Would you tell Vicky I'm here, please?
Bridget: She's not home.
Jake: When's she due back?
Bridget: Well, I donít know, but she went away a little while ago, and I have a feeling she's got big plans.
Bridget: I'll make you a cup of tea.
Jake: No, that's all right. Can we talk for a minute?
Bridget: I donít know.
Jake: Bridget, you -- you may not believe this after everything that's happened in the last couple of weeks, but I just came to see how Vicky is.
Bridget: Well --
Jake: I know that Jamie has the baby.
Bridget: Well, do you know how much it pains me to watch her? I mean, she loves that baby so much and misses it, and so do I.
Jake: What's she going to do?
Bridget: I donít know, but nothing wise, that's for sure.
Jake: How do you know that?
Bridget: She's got that sharp edge back into her voice again.
Jake: I know.
Bridget: Do you know that she blames the Cory family for all of it?
Jake: She's always done that, Bridget.
Jake: Yeah, she blamed everybody in Lassiter on her lousy childhood.
Bridget: No. No, it's different this time, Jake. This time she's desperate, and she's got money and power to prove it.
Jake: You're right.
Bridget: She's going to get that baby back, you know, no matter what.
Jake: I know how she feels, Bridget. I would've done the same thing.
Bridget: Donít you understand, Jake?
Bridget: I'm frightened for her. I'll get that.
Marley: Hello, Bridget.
Bridget: Miss Marley.
Marley: I knew it.
Jake: Marley --
Marley: I saw your car in the driveway, and I was surprised for a minute since Vicky threw me out of here last night and told me she no longer had a sister. And then I realized -- where else would he be?
Jake: Marley, it's not what you think.
Marley: Tell the truth for once in your life, Jake! You're back with Vicky -- again.
Vicky: Stay out of this, Jamie.
Jamie: I'm taking you out of here, Vicky.
Vicky: I need an answer. Will you run this company or will Iris?
Jamie: Come on, Vicky!
Vicky: Get your hands off me!
Rachel: Jamie, I can take care of this.
Vicky: Time is running out, Rachel.
Rachel: I will not be strong-armed, Vicky, not by money, not by power, and certainly not by you. I will never put the needs of business over the needs of my family.
Vicky: Well, then. I hope you enjoy staying at home working in your studio, because that's exactly where you're going to be.
Rachel: And there's another thing I think you ought to know. Until about five minutes ago, I honestly believed that you had as much right to be with that child as Jamie does. In spite of everything you'd done, I thought the love you had for that child was turning you into a responsible adult, and you have just blown it. You have gone too far, and you cannot take it back.
Vicky: I donít need any of you.
Rachel: Oh, yes, you do! Because no judge in the world is going to give you that child as a reward for blackmail! And you have no one to blame but yourself.
Vicky: This fight is not over.
Rachel: Yes, it is.
Vicky: You haven't seen anything yet, Rachel!
Rachel: I've seen enough!
Vicky: Who do you need me to talk to?
Iris: I knew I could count on you.
Amanda: What does that mean?
Evan: That means we've lost, that's what it means.
Vicky: Take me to Ross Gordon.
Lucas: Allow me.
Amanda: Mom, what was going on in there?
Rachel: Vicky offered me a deal and I refused.
Amanda: What kind of deal?
Rachel: This has gone on too long. I want to resume the meeting. Ladies and gentlemen, can you take your seats, please? I would like the meeting to resume. Now, we were ready to vote on the "Sophisticate" proposal.
Iris: Pardon me, Rachel?
Rachel: Yes, Iris?
Iris: I think we should hold the vote for a few more minutes.
Rachel: Iris, you've been pressing for this vote. What is it now?
Iris: We cannot vote without the proposer of the motion being here. Ross Gordon is missing.
Evan: And so is Vicky.
Ross: Why should I believe anything you say? You come waltzing in here, announce you're a stockholder, and suddenly you're going to tell me how to save the company?
Vicky: Tell me something, Ross -- what has been your biggest fear about Cory Publishing since Mac Cory passed away?
Ross: We've all been wondering if the family has the capability to move the company forward without him.
Vicky: Exactly. Now, you obviously heard Iris Wheeler's "Sophisticate" proposal earlier.
Vicky: Pretty exciting stuff, wouldnít you say?
Ross: Would you?
Vicky: I would be very disappointed if this proposal doesn't go through -- disappointed enough to want some changes on the board of directors, some big changes, Ross.
Ross: I like Iris' approach.
Ross: But she has a horrible track record, and it's obvious to everyone that she and Rachel hate each other.
Ross: So I donít think it's a very constructive idea that they work together.
Vicky: Who says they have to work together?
Vicky: Iris is the future. Rachel Cory is a poor substitute for a man whose time has passed.
Jamie: If you'll excuse me, Ross, I'd like to speak to my wife.
Amanda: Ross, could I speak to you for a moment, please?
Jamie: How can you do this to my family?
Vicky: Get away from me.
Jamie: Do you hate me that much?
Vicky: You took my son away from me.
Jamie: And what are you taking away from Steven right now? This building we're in, this business, this is Stevenís heritage, and you have chosen to ruin it for him.
Vicky: Steven is half Hudson, whether you like it or not. He doesn't need your lousy Cory money.
Jamie: You'll never have custody of Steven -- never.
Vicky: Donít bet the family jewels on it, Jamie.
Jamie: I'd never let you near him again if it were my choice. You make me sick.
Russ: I knew we could do it.
Sharlene: The woman on the radio, she made it sound like the whole town was in on this.
Olivia: They are.
Russ: Are they coming back here?
Sharlene: He found her.
Olivia: I have no idea.
Russ: Well, I hope they do. We really do have a lot of --
Olivia: May I ask a question?
Russ: Of course, honey.
Olivia: Why are you so interested? Why are you two here together?
Russ: Well, Sharlene is here because she --
Sharlene: Because I needed to see Josie.
Olivia: But you two donít speak to each other at home.
Russ: Oh, that's not entirely true, sweetheart.
Olivia: You've been out on the balcony whispering since you got here. I mean, what is going on?
Russ: Honey, please --
Olivia: I have a right to know.
Olivia: What's wrong?
Russ: Sit down, please. I have just found out that --
Olivia: You're not sick or something?
Russ: Oh, honey, no, no.
Olivia: I never want to lose you.
Russ: Sweetheart, no, believe me, I am fine. I'm here with Sharlene because we have to find Josie. We have to talk to her. See I have to -- honey, I am Josieís father.
Matt: Coming through. Steer right! Brake! Hey!
Josie: I'm pretty good.
Matt: Wow, crazy driver here.
Reuben: Yo. Wow, man, I donít know why we said we'd follow you.
Matt: Well, you're a little out of shape, bro, but come on.
Reuben: Well, hey, we were running, man. You're on a bike. That's crazy.
Tess: Well, we'll get out of your way now.
Josie: Thank you, Tess.
Matt: Thank you, Reuben, for all your help. I appreciate it.
Reuben: You owe me one, ok?
Josie: Hey, you, come her.
Reuben: Why, what?
Josie: I'll talk to you later.
Reuben: All right, all right, all right.
Tess: Good luck.
Reuben: Thanks for letting us ride the bike for a while.
Matt: You're taking the bike?
Reuben: Yeah, we're taking the bike.
Matt: They're taking the bike!
Reuben: Be glad I donít take your shoes, man.
Matt: They're taking the bike! I like that bike. Shall we?
Josie: All right.
Matt: Walk? Ah, yes. So how you feeling?
Josie: It's kind of hard to describe.
Matt: Hmm, you still hungry?
Josie: I guess I could eat something. Why?
Matt: Guess you could eat something? Well, you know, I may be just funny this way, but I figured after two hotdogs each, cotton candy, and a niche that --
Josie: Knish, farm boy.
Matt: Right, one of those. And, oh, my God, what about you with the double scoops of rocky road ice cream?
Josie: Are you making fun of me?
Matt: Come on -- ok. Well, if it makes you happy to eat all day long, I will feed you all day long.
Josie: I am having the best time.
Matt: Are you really?
Josie: Mm-hmm. I think it's probably the best day of my life.
Josie: I gave you a really hard time, didnít I?
Matt: You did, yes.
Josie: How come you kept looking for me?
Matt: You know why I kept looking for you.
Josie: Well, maybe I'd like to hear it again.
Matt: I love you.
Josie: I love you. And I want you to know why I stayed away.
Matt: Uh, the night you left when we were at the cabin? Listen, did I do something? Did I hurt you in some way?
Josie: Oh, God, no, Matt. Is that what you thought all this time?
Matt: Well, what else am I going to think, you know?
Josie: You were wonderful.
Matt: I thought it was a new beginning for us. I thought that, you know, we were both ready, and I would never have done anything if --
Josie: Matthew, listen to me. You didnít do anything wrong.
Matt: Ok, well, then what happened? Why did you leave me?
Sharlene: Olivia, donít blame your father. Blame me. I just told him the truth a few days ago.
Olivia: Is that supposed to make me feel better?
Russ: Olivia, honey, I know how hard this has to be for you.
Olivia: This is all a lie.
Russ: No, it isnít, sweetheart. It's the truth.
Olivia: How do you know?
Russ: Well, everything, it makes sense.
Olivia: You made this up to get my father back, didnít you?
Sharlene: Olivia, no, no.
Russ: Honey, this -- this is a very big shock for me, too. Sharlene has never mentioned anything like this before.
Olivia: Well, then why did she mention it now?
Russ: I donít know. Maybe because Josie ran away.
Olivia: Josie doesn't know?
Russ: That's why we are here -- to tell her together.
Olivia: As mother and father?
Olivia: I donít believe this is happening.
Russ: But, honey, nothing will -- nothing will change between us, nothing.
Olivia: How can you say that?
Russ: Well, it's the truth, sweetheart.
Olivia: I am your daughter, not Josie. It's always been you and me, no one else.
Russ: And I will always love you just as I always have. You're my baby girl.
Olivia: No, Josie is.
Russ: Honey, you know in my heart you are my first child. You know that. I mean, I raised you. We have had years together that Josie will never have. I mean, I donít even know who she is.
Olivia: But you came here to find out. I mean, you'll be with her all the time.
Russ: But I will never neglect you.
Olivia: Never say never, father.
Russ: Where are you going?
Olivia: To set that woman straight.
Russ: No, just a moment. If we're going to talk, I think we'd better all talk together.
Olivia: I want to speak to her alone.
Jake: Why are you acting like this?
Marley: Because you came over here all by yourself. You didnít say a word to me!
Jake: Only reason I didnít say anything --
Marley: I know why you didnít!
Jake: Was because I came over here to smooth things over!
Marley: It's because Jamie just moved out!
Jake: I did this for you, Marley!
Marley: Oh, you're so damned considerate, Jake, it hurts.
Jake: Ok, I was worried about Vicky, all right? She's been through hell since Jamie took the baby.
Marley: She's been through hell?
Jake: Yes! Yes, she has!
Marley: What do you think I've been going through these past few weeks?
Jake: I donít know! I donít know!
Marley: Jake, you leave work before dawn. You come home so late at night, I donít get a chance to see you. Yet you have time to come visit poor, suffering Vicky?
Jake: If I have neglected you, I'm sorry. I donít know what's going on anymore. Everything is a mess! All I did, Marley, was come over here to see how Vicky was holding up. That's all I did.
Marley: And a week ago, you wanted to take her son away from her.
Jake: That's not the point.
Marley: Isnít it? Do you remember the things that you said to me?
Jake: Yes, of course I remember the things I --
Marley: You said Vicky doesn't deserve to be Stevenís mother, you do. "Vickyís unfit. We deserve to have Steven."
Jake: Because I was desperate to have my child!
Marley: And now she doesn't want anything to do with me, Jake! Her life is a mess! Our life's a mess! It's like last summer starting all over again!
Jake: Stop it, stop it!
Marley: It's all because I canít have a child.
Marley: Well, that's the bottom line, isnít it? You wanted it so badly, and when you found out that Steven wasn't your son, it was like everything left. You to m me that all you cared about was me and Steven.
Jake: Because it's true.
Marley: I'm only valuable to you because I was a bargaining chip for you to get custody of that baby.
Jake: You know something -- I canít even talk to you anymore.
Marley: What does she have that I donít? I mean, I -- I know it used to be sex, but even I know that's not going on anymore. She's too busy chasing after some man that's too good for her!
Jake: There is nothing I can do to make you understand this!
Marley: I think it's time we both admitted that we're not right for each other. I deserve better than you, and you deserve to be alone. It's the only thing you've ever perfected, Jake. The only thing you've ever got really good at was living your life for yourself.
Rachel: All right, ladies and gentlemen, we're finally ready to vote on this proposal, but before we do, I would like to exercise my prerogative as acting chairman of the board to say a few words to you. I urge you strongly to vote against this proposal, to vote against the purchase of "Sophisticate." We already have an innovative and timely magazine under this corporate umbrella. "Brava" magazine, under the editorial leadership of my daughter Amanda Fowler and the financial expertise of Evan Bates, is a successful, respected, seasoned magazine with a much broader-base demographic. It shows no signs of diminishing in popularity, whereas "Sophisticate" is untested, narrower-based. It is a huge financial risk for this company at this time. New magazines open and close every day. In short, I believe "Sophisticate" is a huge financial risk.
Iris: Rachel, with respect, may I speak, please?
Rachel: Of course.
Iris: Ladies and gentlemen, Rachel Cory is undermining the freshest, most innovative idea that has come across her desk in years. I think that this typifies the conservative, old-fashioned, highly unprofitable vision that will keep this great company from taking over the publishing world. I would like to remind you that when you vote to buy this magazine, you'll also vote me in as president.
Evan: Amanda, wait a second.
Iris: I am the new leadership of Cory Publishing, and I think you all know that in your hearts. Thank you.
Rachel: If there's no further discussion, we will go to a vote now. All in favor of the "Sophisticate" proposal please indicate by raising your hands. All opposed? Ross, are you abstaining? Mr. Gordon, are you for or against? The vote is 4-4. You seem to hold the deciding vote.
Ross: I vote in favor of the proposal.
Jamie: You'll pay for this the rest of your life. You can count on that.
Rachel: All right, Evan, you take over the rest of this meeting. The board has made its position very clear.
Amanda: Mom --
Ross: Rachel --
Rachel: Yes, Ross?
Ross: Please, take your seat. I have a few things I want to explain to all of you. I think this company -- please, humor me here for a moment. I believe this company needs a swift kick in the pants. That's why I voted for "Sophisticate." I also believe that Iris Wheeler should head the magazine. It was her idea. She knows it. She'll make it work. However, I also know Rachel Cory. I know her very well. I believe she has all the qualities needed to lead, communicate, and grow with her employees, and that kind of experience you canít buy anywhere, and I'm not about to lose it. Therefore, I hereby move to nominate Rachel Cory chairman of the board and president of Cory enterprises. Second?
Board member: I second the motion.
Evan: Those in favor? Those opposed? I declare Rachel Cory chairman.
Iris: This is a disaster.
Lucas: No, it is not a disaster.
Iris: As chairman of the board, she can fire me as president.
Lucas: Not if you're doing a good job.
Iris: How can I do a good job with that woman blocking every move I make?
Lucas: You're in, Iris. Leave Rachel Cory to me.
Olivia: You must think you're pretty smart, donít you?
Olivia: I mean, what a great scheme.
Olivia: Oh, come on. You saw him come back to Bay City. Chief of staff at the hospital, a world-renowned physician. You realized what you had lost and you wanted it back.
Sharlene: No, Olivia, you can believe me or not, but I have everything I want. Your father's money, his social status -- they donít matter to me at all. They never did.
Olivia: Well, then why? Why now?
Sharlene: Because my daughter ran away from me. And I think she did it because she thinks that her father was some stranger. And she couldn't live with it. I donít know, maybe it was me that she couldn't live with. I donít know. I still donít know. But I realize that I had deprived her of something she had every right to know.
Olivia: And my father?
Sharlene: Had to know, too. I'm so sorry. This had to hurt you so much.
Russ: I know this is a lot for you to accept, honey.
Olivia: It's not fair.
Russ: No, it isnít.
Olivia: So what are you going to tell Josie?
Russ: Tell her the truth, just as we told you. I want it to be a happy occasion, sweetheart.
Olivia: You want me to be happy for the two of you?
Russ: Well, in a way, maybe -- maybe this was all meant to be like this.
Russ: Well, I let Matt use the apartment, you wound up here, and the two of you found Josie.
Olivia: I was just helping somebody that I didnít want to be with in the first place find his girlfriend -- who turns out to be my sister.
Russ: It's like a plot from Shakespeare.
Olivia: It's not "Twelfth Night," Dad. It's real life.
Sharlene: Wish they'd get back here.
Russ: Honey, I really do want the two of you to get to know each other. I mean, you never had brothers or sisters growing up. Neither did Josie. I mean, maybe now is the time --
Olivia: You can call her whatever you want, but she is not my family. I'll never accept this. Never.
Russ: What am I going to do?
Josie: This is really hard for me to talk about.
Matt: Take your time.
Josie: That night at -- at the cabin after we made love, every time I closed my eyes, all I could see was -- was my mother doing the same thing with some stranger.
Matt: Is that why you ran away?
Josie: I couldn't get the pictures out of my head. I tried, but it was so real, and the more and more I thought about it, the more I felt like I was just like her.
Matt: Josie, did I do something?
Josie: No. No, no. No matter what I was thinking, it had nothing, nothing to do with you.
Matt: Well, you shouldnít have run away.
Josie: I guess I shouldnít have.
Matt: And you've got to straighten this thing out with your mom.
Josie: I donít know how.
Matt: You forgive her. You see who she is today and how far she's come.
Josie: I donít want to go on blaming her forever, but, you know, I canít help the way I feel.
Matt: Will you try?
Josie: For you, I'll try. I miss her.
Matt: How do you feel now?
Josie: I feel tired.
Matt: Yeah? Well, we could -- I mean, Olivia's going back to Bay City. She should've left the apartment by now. We could -- we could go back there and be alone.
Matt: Ok. Ok.
Matt: May I help you up?
Josie: Thank you, sir.
Matt: Watch out for the step.
Matt: You sure you're ok about being alone with me there?
Josie: Matthew, please, donít -- donít treat me like I'm going to break or run away.
Matt: Ok, you wonít?
Josie: I wonít.
Matt: Uh, there's one thing that I donít understand, though.
Matt: All this time that we've been apart, you still love me.
Josie: More than I can tell you.
Matt: Josie, I can -- I can forgive what you did, but I canít forget it.
Josie: Matthew, I thought everything was ok.
Matt: No, if we're going to be together, I want to get a few things straight right now.
Josie: I guess you're kind of angry with me, huh?
Matt: Yeah, Josie, I'm kind of furious.
Josie: I'm -- I'm sorry, Matthew.
Matt: Do you know what I went through to try to find you? I went through hell.
Josie: I'm sorry.
Matt: No, remember last year when I was having problems with my parents?
Matt: I felt the same thing you did.
Josie: I guess.
Matt: No, see, I found out that my father wasn't the man I thought he was.
Josie: I remember.
Matt: But you helped me through that.
Josie: I did?
Matt: Yeah, you know you did.
Josie: I guess I just didnít -- didnít think of all that when I found out the stuff about my mom.
Matt: Yeah, but see, I know what it is. I know what it's like to feel that you're a mistake, but you helped me see that I'm not one. And I'm here to tell you, Josie Watts, that you're not one, either.
Josie: I still feel so strange.
Matt: But believe in me, please.
Josie: I do. I always have. Matthew, I ran away from me, not you.
Matt: Yeah, but I was the one left behind.
Josie: I'm sorry I hurt you.
Matt: It's ok.
Josie: I'm sorry again. I'm sorry.
Matt: It's starting to get dark a little earlier, you know?
Josie: Yeah, it is.
Matt: Kind of lost our summer together.
Josie: Well, we've got autumn.
Matt: Yeah. Will you come home with me?
Matt: Josie, I want to take care of you.
Josie: Can we really be alone at Russ' apartment?
Matt: I've wanted to be alone with you all summer.
Josie: Then let's go home.
Marley: Jake, I canít live with a man who doesn't think I can do things to make him happy.
Jake: Donít tell me what I think, Marley.
Marley: You haven't exactly been attentive since you found out about Steven.
Jake: I'm sorry.
Marley: We made love one time, Jake, and you were drunk!
Jake: I didnít use you to get Steven, Marley. I want you no matter what happens.
Marley: You'll never be happy, Jake. Not with me.
Jake: Marley --
Marley: You see, you have some need inside you to be a father, to put your stamp on the world. Well, I canít help you in that department.
Jake: You have to stop saying things like that.
Marley: You've always been closer to Vicky. Why didnít you just marry her?
Jake: Because I married you.
Marley: Why? You come over here when you need to talk to someone. You had sex with her last summer. If she was who you needed, then why did you marry me, Jake?
Jake: Because I never loved her like I love you. Marley, you have to look at me. You have to tell me you believe that.
Marley: I need time.
Jake: I'll give you time. Please donít shut me out.
Marley: I -- I need to talk to Vicky when she gets home.
Jake: I'll wait with you.
Marley: No, I want to talk to her alone.
Jake: You sure?
Jake: I'll wait at home.
Jake: We'll get through this. I mean, we've been through much worse.
Marley: Have we?
Jake: I will never love anyone the way I love you.
Marley: Oh, Jake.
Marley: I love you, too.
Rachel: I'd like to thank you all for displaying your confidence in me by electing me chairman of the board of Cory enterprises. I will do my best to maintain the standards my husband set for these 25 years. Let me add that despite my reservations about the purchase of the new magazine, I will abide by the wishes of the board. I will do everything in my power to make the new magazine another success for Cory Publishing. Again, thank you all very much.
Iris: Thank you, Rachel. I, too, will do everything in my power to develop a good working relationship between us both. You know, I sense my father's presence here today, and I think this is what he would want.
Vicky: I will hire another lawyer, I will resurrect Clarence Darrow if I have to, but there is no way the court -- what are you doing here?
Bridget: If you had stopped talking long enough, I would have told you that Ms. Marley was here.
Marley: Hello, Vicky.
Vicky: What do you want?
Marley: We need to talk.
Bridget: I'm going to leave the two of you alone. Excuse me.
Vicky: I have nothing else to say to you. Now, if you donít mind, I have had an absolutely miserable day.
Marley: Vicky, I came here tonight to apologize. I would hope that this time you would hear me through.
Vicky: Make it quick.
Marley: I didnít realize how horrible it was for me to think of taking your son away from you. I was confused and desperate and hurt.
Vicky: It's a little late for that, now, isnít it?
Marley: Maybe. But I needed to tell you I was sorry. Vicky, I know how much you hate me.
Vicky: As much as you hate me? I donít hate you, Marley. But I will not ever be able to forget what you did to me.
Marley: I wonít be able to forget what you did to me, either.
Vicky: I always thought blood was supposed to be thicker than water.
Marley: I wish we could get rid of all the mistakes you made and start all over again.
Vicky: Canít happen.
Marley: Well, I'm sorry.
Vicky: Well, I'm -- I donít know.
Marley: I just needed to say that.
Vicky: What are you going to do?
Marley: I need to be alone.
Vicky: Do you mean --
Marley: Donít ask me any questions, Vicky.
Vicky: Are you going to go somewhere? Where?
Marley: Away. Maybe --
Vicky: Does Jake know?
Marley: Goodbye, Vicky.
Marley: I hope you find what you're look for. Just be careful how you do it.
Amanda: You are not going to get away with this, Iris.
Iris: And I'm looking forward to working with you, too, Amanda.
Amanda: I'm not kidding. I will not have you working with me or anyone else in this company.
Iris: My goodness, is that a threat?
Amanda: You can call it whatever you like, but I am not going to rest until you are out of this company for good.
Iris: Well, you're not going to have very much rest then, are you, because I've got no intention of going anywhere.
Amanda: Donít push me.
Iris: Listen, Amanda, this is not a little schoolgirl spat. Maybe when you come into the big league -- or perhaps you never will -- and then you might run on home to your husband and hearth.
Lucas: I think we should be leaving, Iris.
Amanda: I will make your life miserable, Iris.
Iris: But you already do, and my life's just fine. Bye. Oh, just one more thing. I'm not used to having my apprentices cut their teeth on my company's time and money. So if I was you, in the future, I'd watch my step.
Sam: You all right?
Amanda: I want your help. I want to watch that woman destroy herself.
Evan: Amanda --
Amanda: Are you going to help me or aren't you?
Evan: You're angry. Just --
Sam: What's gotten into you?
Amanda: Canít you see what this woman is doing? Somebody has got to stop her, and if you people wonít do it, I'll do it myself!
Sam: Amanda, take it easy.
Amanda: I am not going to take it easy. I'm going to make this woman regret the day she ever crossed my family.
Rachel: Rather a puerile victory. Came at too great a cost.
Jamie: I donít know what to say about Vicky.
Rachel: You donít have to say anything. She said it all herself.
Jamie: She made Ross vote in favor of Iris.
Rachel: Oh, I donít know about that. I know Ross pretty well. He doesn't do anything he doesn't believe in, so donít give her more credit than she deserves.
Jamie: It's hard to believe that she actually thought you'd -- you'd help her take Steven from me.
Rachel: She's a very unhappy young lady. Unhappy people do a lot of damage.
Jamie: So every day there's something else.
Vicky: We're going to have to work very hard to keep that child with you, Jamie.
Jamie: Well, you must be exhausted, huh?
Rachel: Mm-hmm. But I have a lot of catching up to do.
Jamie: Well, donít stay too late, madam chairman.
Rachel: I hope I can do it.
Jamie: Of course you can. You had the best teacher in the world.
Jamie: Good night.
Russ: It's always been me and Olivia on our own. She just canít believe, doesn't want to believe that I could have another child. But I suppose that's not altogether unreasonable, is it?
Sharlene: Josie and I have always been on our own. No one else got into our little world. Russ, she's going to react just as badly to the news.
Russ: I know.
Sharlene: Please, let me tell her alone first.
Sharlene: Russ, please, look, I know you feel cheated, I know you probably donít trust me as far as you could throw me, but please, I know my -- I know our daughter better than you do.
Russ: I'm going to be there, Sharlene. That's final.
Josie: Mama! What -- what are you doing here?
Matt: I didnít know you'd be here, either of you.
Russ: We have something to tell you, Josie.
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