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Another World Transcript Wednesday 8/17/05

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Lucas: I hope you donít mind, but Hilda seemed happy to relocate us.

Rachel: Hilda is very agreeable.

Lucas: Hmm. It's going to be a full moon tonight. I didnít want to waste that.

Rachel: Are you accustomed to coming into other people's homes and giving orders?

Lucas: You're angry.

Rachel: I'm annoyed. Donít you think I have a right to be?

Lucas: I didnít want to offend you.

Rachel: Well, maybe tonight I'll find out what it is you do want.

John: Hi. Hudson, party of six.

Sharlene: Ooh, yes, this is lovely.

John: Great.

Sharlene: Thank you.

John: You will, of course, make sure everything goes smoothly?

Franco: Of course, sir.

John: Thank you.

Sharlene: Sit next to me, ok?

John: Sure. No problem. Let's see, Matt can sit over there, and Russ can sit there between the two girls.

Sharlene: His two girls -- huh. John, I'm getting the jitters.

John: About what? Oh, Josie being here with Russ

Sharlene: Sitting here with Russ and Olivia -- I just hope I donít feel like I'm going to embarrass Josie.

John: You're not going to do that.

Sharlene: I'm just a little uneasy. She is a Matthews.

John: Sharlene, you got to relax. Josie living at Russ' for a week is certainly not going to change her.

Sharlene: You're probably -- oh, is that my little girl?

Stacey: Excuse me. I'm Derek Daneís attorney, and I have clearance to go in there.

Stacey: Right here.

Guard: Ok.

Stacey: Thank you.

Guard: You're welcome.

Stacey: It doesn't look good. They're going to send you back to jail.

Derek: When?

Stacey: Tomorrow morning.

Matt: Hey. Wait. Hello, to you, too. Why aren't you dressed?

Olivia: Aren't you supposed to be at Tops?

Matt: Yes, I'm supposed to take you. Didnít your dad tell you?

Olivia: Yeah, he told me. I'm not going.

Matt: Why not?

Olivia: Because this little get-together is for Josie.

Matt: Oh, come on. It's for everyone.

Olivia: I wonít be missed.

Matt: I'll miss you. Come on.

Olivia: I must be hearing things.

Matt: Yeah, yeah. I can hardly believe it myself, in the heat.

Olivia: Oh, yeah? Well, what about the phone and the kitchen? You staked them out pretty quickly.

Matt: Mm-hmm. Well, since I've been back from New York, my life has been ok.

Olivia: How nice for you.

Matt: Mm-hmm. I've seen a lot of my family. Josie and I are together.

Olivia: What does that have to do with missing me?

Matt: Well, my life lacks an irritant, believe it or not. Come on, I saw that. I saw that. You smiled.

Olivia: I did not. I --

Matt: You did, too. Come on, admit it. You smiled. Come on, we had a pretty good time, despite everything.

Olivia: It's amazing we didnít kill each other, considering.

Matt: Yes, it is. It is amazing. I'm surprised we came out of all of it friends, you know?

Olivia: So am I.

Matt: And then when you come down we're going to jump in my jeep -- which, by the way, is idling right outside. We're going to hop in that jeep and go to Tops together. So would you please go up and change? Go. Up. Go, go, go.

John: Hello, Josie.

Josie: Hi, John. Mother.

Franco: Senorita?

Josie: Oh, thank you.

Sharlene: I'm glad you could make it. Josie, you look beautiful.

Sharlene: Just -- doesn't she, John?

John: Yeah, yeah. Obviously, we're not the only ones who noticed.

Josie: Well, it must be I mean --

John: It's you. It's --

Sharlene: Exactly. Sweetheart, that's what I was trying to say. It is -- it looks wonderful on you.

Josie: I have something to tell you.

John: Well, good, good, because we have something that we want to tell you, too.

Josie: Well, me first. I had an interview today, a modeling interview with Mrs. Wheeler's new magazine.

Sharlene and John: You're modeling for Iris?

Josie: Well,

Sharlene: Well, I'm sure it will be before long, Josie.

Josie: No, no.

Sharlene: Josie, I only meant that I canít imagine them finding anyone prettier. Honey -- so, Russ is helping you out with this career? He approves?

Josie: He says if it's what I want I have his support. To watch when I was a kid, the one where the winner got five minutes in a huge department store, piling up whatever he wanted?

Sharlene: You never missed it.

Josie: Well, that is what

Sharlene: Well, Josie, I'm happy for you. You know, you're finally leading the kind of life you always wanted to live.

Josie: Yeah, I never dreamed it would happen.

John: So, how do you like living at Russ'?

Josie: Oh, it's great. It's -- well, it's just that --

Sharlene: What?

Josie: Well, it's not quite like --

Sharlene: Like home?

Josie: Like home. I mean, it's very formal, and everyone's very polite, and we eat all our meals in the dining room, and you'd never dream of coming down in your pajamas to watch TV or read. On Saturday nights when we'd hop into our nightgowns and come downstairs and watch --

Josie: Oh, and that big bowl of popcorn?

Josie: And a maid. Sometimes I think she's following me around.

Sharlene: What?

Josie: Well, you know, every time I put something down, she picks it up and puts

Josie: And if I leave my clothes on the floor, I find them washed, pressed, and hanging in my closet.

Sharlene: But you donít have any chores?

Josie: Oh, no, no, no. It's very elegant, and I love it. Well, it's just that --

Sharlene: What?

Josie: Sometimes I -- oh, I just wish I had a peanut butter sandwich and a glass of milk and sitting on the porch listening to the radio blasting.

Stacey: Look, the D.A. was a long shot anyway. I've got a couple of good ideas.

Derek: Like what?

Stacey: Well, I've got the bail hearing scheduled for next week.

Derek: And an appeal?

Stacey: Yeah. They'll review their decision to hold you without bail, and I have a good feeling. I think they'll release you.

Derek: Right.

Stacey: I do, Derek.

Derek: Have you got a new pitch?

Stacey: I'm going to get you out of here.

Derek: How? You know, that bout I had with Steel is not going to win me any new points.

Stacey: That was a setup.

Derek: Sure, it was, and the guards will say that I had a knife, and the judge is listen, you're innocent. You didnít do anything. Just hang in there.

Derek: Right.

Stacey: Look, I brought you these. I thought they would help.

Derek: You were at my place?

Stacey: Yeah. I went there a couple of times. I even stayed over one night.

Derek: You did?

Stacey: Well, it was the night that you were arrested. I didnít know where else to go. And I just wanted to feel close to you. Do you mind?

Derek: No, I donít mind.

Boy: Get your hands off me, sucker!

Guard: I said -- hey, come on, kid --

Stacey: What is going on out there?

Kyle: He's trying to kill me.

Guard: This kid was trying to sneak in.

Guard: Are you sure about that?

Stacey: Yes. He's a messenger for my law firm.

Kyle: Ahem. You got a problem with that?

Stacey: Did you bring me the papers I asked for?

Kyle: Sure.

Stacey: Good. I was expecting you. Now, wait inside for me. The big gorilla? I'm sorry I'm late. Your friend Joe --

Guard: Oh, wait a minute. You canít let him go in there without I.D.

Stacey: He's my responsibility. He's just a kid. What's the big deal?

Guard: All right.

Kyle: You ok, man?

Derek: Yeah.

Kyle: I knew it. I knew you weren't hurt. Somebody told me you really got messed up.

Derek: All right, do yourself a favor and donít listen to those creeps, ok?

Kyle: You know, I'm taking care of your stuff. Donít worry, man. Nothing's going to happen while Kyle is around.

Derek: That's good to know.

Stacey: Looks like you got yourself a loyal friend.

Derek: Yeah, I can trust Kyle.

Kyle: What's this?

Stacey: Donít ring that. That brings the nurse in here. I think maybe we ought to get out of here.

Derek: Yeah. You think you can make it back later tonight?

Stacey: I'll find a way.

Derek: Ok.

Stacey: But I have to work first. You have to find some answers.

Derek: I hope you can find them.

Stacey: Me, too. Ok, well, I'll go deal with Attila. And send him out with his dukes down, all right?

Derek: You got it.

Kyle: Nice place you got here, bro.

Derek: Kyle, I got something for you to do.

Kyle: An assignment.

Derek: You could call it that.

Kyle: Lay it on me.

Derek: Ok. I want you to go back to my place. That's first. Now -- I'm surprised you have time to socialize at all.

John: Well, you know --

Sharlene: John spends every free moment studying for those boards, Russ.

Russ: Oh, well, I'm glad to hear that, because that's

John: Yeah, you can say that.

Sharlene: He knows that.

John: You know, there is one thing I do miss, and that's the cub games. Have you been to any cub games this season?

Russ: No. Well, I was always a big white sox fan --

John: Oh, yeah.

Matt: This was it --

Olivia: No, no, no --

Matt: Right here, yes, it was.

Olivia: We had a different fight here. The first time we were introduced was at the spa.

Matt: That's right, that's right.

Olivia: Yeah.

Matt: You got your nose all out of joint because the spa wasn't exclusive enough for you. But then when your father showed up, you were as sweet as pie. I remember that.

Olivia: Well, so were you. You were just like Eddie Haskell.

Matt: You watched "leave it to beaver"? The ballerina watches "leave it to --"

Olivia: Oh, stop.

Matt: Wait a minute. There they are.

Olivia: Goody.

Matt: Here we are.

Josie: Matt.

Olivia: No. It's good to meet you, John.

John: It's nice to meet you, too. Please, everybody, sit down. Take a seat here, Matt.

Matt: Right here? Thanks.

John: All right.

Matt: You look fantastic.

Sharlene: Olivia, I wanted to thank you. Josie tells me that you've gone out of your way to make her feel comfortable.

Olivia: She has? Oh, well, I'm so glad to.

Sharlene: Yeah, I hope that you two can be good friends.

Russ: Well, they've certainly gotten off to a very good start.

Matt: You want to dance? Oh, excuse us. This is our favorite song.

Josie: It is? Ok, I guess it is.

Matt: Come right here, my dear.

Sharlene: Josie is spending a lot of time with Matt.

Russ: Oh, yeah. He's a very nice guy. I've known him all his life.

Sharlene: Matt has always been good to Josie. I'm glad she has him to help her through this.

John: Olivia, would you like to dance?

Olivia: Oh, no, thanks. That's all right.

John: Oh, come on. I can use a few pointers

Sharlene: So, you think that Josieís handling this pretty well?

Russ: Oh, yeah.

Sharlene: I mean, really?

Russ: Oh, yeah. Very well. Very well. And it's been such a joy to have her with me. She's so sweet and unspoiled.

Sharlene: You would tell me if there was a problem, wouldnít you?

Russ: Sharlene, there isnít going to be any problem. You did a very good job raising her.

Sharlene: I tried.

Russ: Well, of yourself.

Sharlene: Thank you. Thank you very much.

Rachel: You haven't told me about "Sophisticate."

Lucas: What do you want to know?

Rachel: Something besides hype. I've had a steady diet of hype.

Lucas: Not from me.

Rachel: Do you really think it's going to find a spot in the marketplace?

Lucas: As I told Iris, you make your own niche, it will sell.

Lucas: Not to let emotions interfere with business.

Rachel: Oh. That's easier advice to give than to follow. Does she listen?

Lucas: I hope so.

Rachel: You like

Lucas: It has its moments.

Rachel: I expect you spend most of your time trying to restrain her.

Lucas: From what?

Rachel: From herself. Certainly you've figured that out by now. She's her own worst enemy. You're leading up to something.

Rachel: I have a reputation for being terribly direct.

Lucas: Hmm. You want to know if Iris is planning on pushing you out of Cory?

Rachel: Is she?

Lucas: I donít think so. And if she was, I'd advise against it.

Rachel: Would you?

Lucas: Definitely.

Rachel: You maneuvered her into being the president of Cory Publishing.

Lucas: She can handle that. But pushing you out -- that's another matter entirely.

Rachel: Her magazine better do very well.

Lucas: It will. She wants to own it.

Lucas: I think you brought me here to ask me something other than about Iris.

Rachel: Yeah, that was partially the reason.

Lucas: And the rest of it?

Rachel: It's much more important.

Lucas: You want to know if I have the red swan?

Rachel: Do you?

Lucas: I wish I did. Then I could give it back to you.

Rachel: You expect me to believe that?

Lucas: You should. But can you?

Lucas: I was hoping this

Rachel: Your association with Iris doesn't exactly inspire my confidence.

Lucas: What about my friendship with Matt?

Rachel: I have to take that on trust, too, donít I?

Lucas: Well, that's why I'm glad you're letting me get to know you better. Idea of what would be best for me.

Lucas: Fine. Maybe you'll change

Rachel: Why are you...?

Lucas: Because you remind me of myself a long time ago. When I lost Felicia

Lucas: You're wrong, and it isnít healthy.

Rachel: Cory Enterprises is a very demanding company, and I have a large family.

Lucas: Yes, and they provide an ideal cover.

Rachel: I beg your pardon?

Lucas: The more you bury yourself in your family, the less time you have to think about Mac.

Rachel: This conversation has gone on long enough.

Lucas: I donít understand. I have wasted many years --

Rachel: I donít considering your situation was totally I was just trying to -- that I understand. I didnít think that you would trivialize something that was very painful to me.

Rachel: I didnít mean to do that.

Lucas: Rachel, you're not the only one whose life has been ripped apart.

Rachel: I'm sorry. I've had enough.

Lucas: Rachel, I -- Rachel?

Courtney: Hello, Derek.

Derek: What do you want?

Courtney: I came to see how you were.

Derek: Ok, you've seen me. Now you can go.

Courtney: There's something that we need to talk about.

Derek: Oh, you want to play another game of 20 questions?

Courtney: Look, I am sorry about the beating you took in prison. How you feeling?

Derek: Dandy.

Courtney: I wish you wouldnít take this as a personal attack, Derek.

Derek: How else am I supposed to take it?

Derek: Do you really think I took that statue?

Courtney: I really hope you didnít. Find something that will make that clear. This investigation is continuing, Derek, and I am following every lead.

Derek: Why donít you just find whoever took the swan?

Courtney: We're still looking.

Derek: Is that what you came here for, to tell me that you're still looking? Whew.

Courtney: Actually, I came here to talk about Stacey.

Derek: Because of me?

Courtney: Being a lawyer meant everything to her, and --

Derek: I know that, but --

Courtney: She's becoming very cynical.

Derek: What do you mean?

Courtney: I hear talk down

Woman: Stacey --

Stacey: Professor Houghton.

Prof. Houghton: How good to see you.

Stacey: Good to see you, too.

Prof. Houghton: Come in.

Stacey: It's amazing. Except, of course, the number with mirrors. Sit down.

Stacey: Thank you for seeing me.

Prof. Houghton: Well, you said on the phone that you had a legal problem.

Stacey: Well, actually, it's more than that. I donít quite know how to put it.

Prof. Houghton: I remember you as direct. Donít disappoint me.

Stacey: Do you remember my brother Cass?

Prof. Houghton: Could anyone forget Cass?

Stacey: No, I guess not.

Prof. Houghton: He's all right?

Stacey: Oh, yes, he's fine. As a matter of fact, we're both in practice together.

Prof. Houghton: Well, oh, you make a good team, a good combination. There's nothing -- no problem there, is there?

Stacey: Oh, no. It's just that Cass told me that every lawyer runs across a case that makes him lose faith in the justice system.

Prof. Houghton: I suppose he's right.

Stacey: Well, I've run across one, and I canít function. I just donít know what to do.

Stacey: He's an innocent man. He's being held without bail for crimes that he did

Prof. Houghton: Different?

Stacey: I guess he is what you would call homeless. He never went to school, and he's just holding down his first regular job.

Prof. Houghton: Well, surely there must be something else.

Stacey: He was on the scene of two robberies.

Prof. Houghton: I see.

Stacey: Art thefts, and the objects weren't recovered.

Prof. Houghton: What else?

Stacey: He has a record -- a suspended sentence for misdemeanor burglary. They searched the place,

Stacey: I know he is. He's being held without bail.

Prof. Houghton: Well, you're appealing?

Stacey: Yes. But isnít there something else that I can do?

Prof. Houghton: Like what?

Stacey: Well, I donít know. That's why I came to you. It's like I've hit a brick wall. This guy has lived outside of the system his entire life, so the regular rules donít apply to him. It's not fair.

Prof. Houghton: Fair? Are you making an issue or are you presenting a case? Think smaller, Stacey. Review the details.

Stacey: You must have found yourself in a situation like

Prof. Houghton: What any good lawyer would do.

Stacey: Right -- to the letter, and I canít find a loophole.

Prof. Houghton: A loophole? Are you working with the law or against it?

Stacey: Well, against it if I have to.

Prof. Houghton: I see. Is that what you really came to see me for today? I mean, to give you permission to break the law in the interest of justice?

Lucas: Rachel? Rachel --

Rachel: Please donít go on with this.

Lucas: The last thing in the world I wanted to do was hurt you. I'm sorry. I had no right to say the things I said. I'd better be leaving.

Rachel: Lucas, I'm sorry. My losing Mac was worse than that out.

Lucas: And you're right, I have no way of knowing how you feel.

Rachel: I'm afraid -- I'm afraid that the pain will never go away, and I'm afraid that if it does go away it'll be like losing Mac all over again.

Lucas: You canít lose Mac. I need some coffee. Would you care to join me?

Stacey: I honestly donít know what I'm asking.

Prof. Houghton: And you want advice?

Stacey: Desperately.

Prof. Houghton: What about trying a new approach?

Stacey: Have you got one?

Prof. Houghton: "A good warrior never enters

Prof. Houghton: Here.

Stacey: Book of Zen. Never heard of it.

Prof. Houghton: Take it. It might help.

Stacey: It does sound a bit like a fortune cookie.

Prof. Houghton: Donít be so close minded. That's how you miss details.

Stacey: And you think this is going to help?

Prof. Houghton: When you were a student, Stacey, you were always so literal. Good form, but dispassionate.

Stacey: So what you're saying is I'm superficial?

Prof. Houghton: I didnít say that. I think you've grown a lot. But this conflict goes deep, and it's very important to have the proper attitude.

Stacey: I will.

Prof. Houghton: Well, if you do, I'm sure the right action will come to you.

Stacey: I just donít see how this can help.

Prof. Houghton: Why donít you give it a try? Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm late for a faculty meeting.

Stacey: How did you know he's my friend?

Prof. Houghton: Intuition.

Derek: The last thing I want to do was cause any problems for Stacey.

Courtney: I'm relieved to hear you say that.

Derek: Look, I was the one that asked you not to call Stacey when you first brought me down to the station, remember?

Courtney: Do you really think I could have kept her away?

Derek: I donít know.

Courtney: She cares about you, Derek. Nothing seems to change that. Out for me. I just donít want her to get hurt while she's doing it.

Courtney: That may not be your call.

Derek: I want to do something for her, and I'm going to need your help to do it.

Courtney: That depends.

Derek: I'm going back to jail tomorrow, and I would like to see her tonight, straighten some things out.

Courtney: I can imagine.

Derek: Can you arrange it?

Courtney: Me?

Derek: Well, yeah. I mean, you might speak to the guard out here and ask him to kind of look the other way, you know, and let her in?

Courtney: I'll see what I can do.

Derek: Thanks.

Courtney: But for God's sake, donít do anything illegal.

Derek: Donít worry about it.

Courtney: Good.

Derek: Come right on in.

Kyle: Psst, Derek.

Derek: You know, you look like a little angel, but you're a good man.

Kyle: Oh, he's been hurting my butt all the way down here.

[Door closes]

John: Well, you seem to be enjoying yourself.

Sharlene: Well, that's because things are going a lot better than I thought

John: O, ye of little faith.

Sharlene: No, do you know that Russ actually complimented me on how I brought Josie up?

John: Well, it's about time.

Sharlene: Well, and Josie almost -- I mean, she really did say she missed the farm.

John: Well, you know, at this rate, you're going to have to start believing in happy endings.

Sharlene: I donít want to jump the gun.

John: Never.

Sharlene: I donít.

John: Well, Sharlene, you know, you and I have spent most of our lives preparing for the worst. And I think -- and this is only a thought -- that maybe, just maybe the worst is over.

Matt: Excuse me.

Sharlene: Hello.

John: Hey.

Matt: May I cut in? I hope you donít mind.

John: No, no, not a problem.

Josie: I just wanted to thank you'd like it.

Josie: You know, it's really

John: Well, I know that she was very relieved to have you home.

Josie: Well, it's not just that. She's -- she's changed.

John: I thought you resented me.

Josie: I did.

John: And now?

Josie: No. I was miserable then, and I didnít want to see her happy. And now I --

John: Well, that's good, because we've got something that we want to tell you.

Sharlene: Hey, you two. At the table.

John: Now?

Sharlene: Yeah. He has some kind of announcement he wants to make.

John: What, him, too?

Josie: Oh.

Olivia: I hate it when you have a secret. You always drag it out.

Russ: Well, honey, I just -- I wanted to wait a couple of days until I had it all settled, until it was all --

Sharlene: Oh. All right, Russ. What is this all about? Oh, thank you.

Russ: I have some news. I just wanted to wait until I could share it with all of you. I have been invited to join the faculty of L'Academie de Provence in Nice.

John: Congratulations, Russ.

Russ: Thank you.

Matt: Whoa. What's that?

Sharlene: Yeah?

Olivia: It's a famous research hospital in France. It's on the Riviera.

Josie: The Riviera?

Russ: Mm-hmm.

Matt: Didnít you just take a job here?

Russ: Well, yeah, I did, Matt, sure.

Sharlene: Well, now, is this a position that you applied for?

John: No, no, you donít apply. You're invited. It's quite an honor.

Sharlene: Well, that means that you're going to take it?

Russ: Oh, Sharlene, this is an incredible opportunity. I mean, not just for me, but for Olivia and Josie, as well.

Sharlene: What? What do you mean?

Russ: Well, I would certainly want them to come with me.

Olivia: What?

Josie: You would?

Courtney: You know, maybe you should take the test for the force. I've never regretted it. I mean, it's really been -- here she comes.

Stacey: Courtney, what are you doing here?

Courtney: Paying a short visit to Derek Dane. I --

Stacey: Well, I hope you weren't questioning him without me being present.

Courtney: Just giving him an update.

Stacey: Well, I wish you would give me an update. Have you caught the thief?

Courtney: No new suspects. Sorry. When you have one.

Courtney: Look, I know you need time with Derek to work on the case. I've already cleared with Jimmy.

Stacey: Jimmy?

Courtney: Jimmy.

Stacey: Hi.

Jimmy: Hi.

Stacey: You mean you fixed it so that I can go in there? What, are you getting soft? Way to get into that room tonight. At least this way it's legal.

Stacey: Thanks. Thanks a lot.

Courtney: Now, go on in there. You're wasting time.

Stacey: Yeah, right away.

Courtney: You can open the door. To leave, ok?

Jimmy: I'll be right here if you need me.

Courtney: You know, that may not be for several hours.

Stacey: How did you do this?

Derek: A step up from the boiler room, huh?

Stacey: Oh. It's wonderful.

Derek: Good.

Lucas: Everything was extraordinary, Rachel.

Rachel: Thank you.

Lucas: And now this?

Rachel: This is a specialty of Helenís.

Lucas: Hmm.

Rachel: Thank you.

Lucas: Did you ever imagine living like this when you were growing up?

Rachel: Oh, all the time. My dreams extended way beyond a picket fence.

Lucas: Hmm. Yes, I was like that, too. Once I had some money, I hated what it did to me.

Rachel: What did it do to you?

Lucas: It cost me everything.

Rachel: I have it different than I did when I was a kid. When I was a kid, I just wanted lots of things, possessions, lots of beautiful things. I thought they would make me somebody. And then I met Mac. And some-- somehow, I was somebody because of him. And the things weren't so important any more. I would have gone anywhere, lived however he wanted us and now I'm here surrounded by all of the beautiful things that he gave me, all of his taste and style, all of the things we acquired together -- and he's gone. And it makes it all seem so unreal, all the happiness we had.

Lucas: Those are the things that are really important. And you're fortunate. You had them most of your life. And it's always such an extraordinary surprise.

Sharlene: You want to take Josie to France?

Olivia: We just moved here.

Russ: Well, this is an opportunity that comes along once in a lifetime. I mean --

Olivia: You said that Bay City was going to be our home, a real home.

Russ: Yes, and it will be.

Olivia: I donít understand.

Matt: Wait, wait, wait, wait. You'd live there all the time?

Russ: Oh, Nice is such a wonderful city. I mean, it's right on the Mediterranean. Olivia, you could resume your dance training.

Josie: I donít know what to think. I mean, I've never been to Europe. The Riviera -- it sounds so glamorous. It's like a movie.

Olivia: It's not like that once you get there.

Russ: I do hope you'll say yes.

Josie: Oh, it does sound wonderful. I mean, I thought you'd be very pleased.

Olivia: Well, I'm not, and I canít believe that you would think I would be.

Matt: Yes. Excuse me. We'll be back in a minute. Could I speak to you for --?

Olivia: I thought you wanted us to have roots. Isnít that what you said before we came here?

Russ: Well, of course we'll have roots. That's not going to change.

Olivia: Everything has changed. It was supposed to be just you and me.

Russ: Look, Olivia, please! Now --

Olivia: I am tired of following you all around the globe, of never having any friends, never even seeing you.

Russ: Look, honey, please donít say that.

Olivia: It's never going to change, is it?

Russ: Olivia, I -- I'm sorry. I just had no idea that --

Sharlene: "Had no idea"? Russ --

John: You better go after Olivia, Russ.

Russ: Excuse me.

Josie: I donít know. My head is spinning.

Matt: Well, it had to be the Riviera.

Josie: Right, I chose that name because it was the most exciting place I could think of.

Matt: It's a chance of a lifetime.

Josie: Matthew, I canít leave you.

Matt: Hey, donít worry about me. I'm not going to stop loving you just because you're 3,000 miles away.

Josie: No, but how can you be so sure?

Matt: Listen, I'll write, I'll fly over, I'll arrange for us to be together.

Josie: Please, Matthew, tell me what I should do.

Matt: It's your decision. It has to be your choice.

Lucas: Oh. I hope I didnít keep you up. I didnít realize how late it was.

Rachel: Oh, I didnít keep track of the time, either.

Lucas: It was a very nice evening.

Rachel: Good, I'm glad. And you know you're a constant surprise to me, Lucas.

Lucas: Oh?

Rachel: Yes. When I invited you over, I wanted to find out what you were up to with Iris and the red swan. I didnít think we'd get much beyond that.

Lucas: Well, I think we both know each other a little better now.

Rachel: I hope so.

Lucas: Oh, and please forgive my well-intentioned advice.

Rachel: I know you mean well.

Lucas: I did. I hope you know that.

Rachel: I needed to be reminded that life goes on.

Lucas: You'll always be Miss Mac.

Rachel: There will never be anybody like him.

Lucas: No. But maybe you'll meet someone completely different. Good night.

Rachel: Good night.

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Stacey: Man. How did you manage all of this?

Derek: I had a little help from Kyle.

Stacey: You mean Kyle brought all of this stuff in here?

Derek: He snuck in when the orderly was changing the towels.

Stacey: How?

Derek: He hid in the bin beneath the laundry.

Stacey: Oh. You're kidding.

Derek: Uh-uh. And I had a little help from someone else, too.

Stacey: Courtney. I couldn't believe it. I saw her outside.

Derek: Yeah. Now, that kind of threw me.

Stacey: Yeah, no kidding. Courtney on the side of romance? It had to be a first.

Derek: Yeah. Anything might happen.

Stacey: Well, I hope so.

Derek: Come on. Sit down.

Stacey: Ok.

Derek: You got it? Ok.

Stacey: Wait,

Derek: Ok.

Stacey: Chinese.

Derek: Got a corkscrew in there?

Stacey: Mm-hmm.

Derek: You know, since they put me in jail, I was only able to think about one thing.

Stacey: Yeah -- getting out.

Derek: Yeah. No. Taking you to dinner.

Stacey: Oh, come on. You're kidding. I'd sit there in my cot every night and look up at the ceiling. And I would imagine us on a date. And we'd walk into this old, elegant restaurant -- you know, the sort that has the big stuffed chairs and candles everywhere and violins and waiters with those things --

Stacey: Oh, come on. You donít like dates.

Derek: I'd make an exception in your case.

Stacey: We got into a little of\that, you know.

Derek: I'm willing to take a risk.

Stacey: You're a daring one, Mr. Dane.

Derek: Yeah. Maybe it's our lucky night.

Stacey: It's perfect, even though Chinese food came in a la laundry cart.

Derek: So do you take your wine with starch or without?

Stacey: I think I prefer it without. How about a glass?

Derek: Yeah, there's one in there.

Stacey: What's this? How did you get this?

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