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Another World Transcript Monday 2/20/06

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[Knock on door]

Amanda: Who is it?

Stacey: Amanda, it's Stacey.

Amanda: Hi.

Stacey: Hi. Oh, I'm sorry. I caught you in the shower.

Amanda: That's all right. Come on in.

Stacey: Thanks.

Amanda: I'm sorry, the place is a mess.

Stacey: No, listen I didn't mean to barge in. I just heard some voices earlier and I thought I got my old neighbors back.

Amanda: No, no. We're just staying here for tonight. Sam thought it would be romantic.

Stacey: Ah, it's a great idea.

Amanda: Yeah. He just went up to the house to see if he could find me something to wear. Tonight is Iris's engagement party. He's always doing things like that for me.

Stacey: Yeah. Must be nice to be back here. This place probably holds a lot of special memories.

Amanda: Yeah. Yeah, we were really happy here.

Stacey: Amanda.

Amanda: Yes?

Stacey: Listen, if I'm prying or if it's none of my business, please let me know, but--

Amanda: What?

Stacey: When I was in my apartment earlier, I heard you and Sam fighting, and it sounded really serious and I'm worried.

Amanda: Oh, no. That was nothing, really.

Stacey: Amanda, do you need someone to talk to?

Amanda: I'm ok.

Stacey: Are you sure you're ok?

Amanda: Yeah.

Vicky: You're back.

Jake: I hoped you saved some of Steven's birthday cake. I'd love another slice.

Vicky: Oh, I'm sorry, this is the last piece.

Jake: Oh, you pig. You ate the whole thing?

Vicky: You're the one who left before we sang happy birthday.

Jake: That's my luck.

Vicky: Now, why are you here? Couldn't be just for this wonderful buttercream frosting that's so delicious.

Jake: Actually, I came to check up on you.

Vicky: I'm not doing anything... today.

Jake: Isn't there a certain engagement party for the elite tonight in Bay City?

Vicky: Iris and Lucas?

Jake: You know?

Vicky: Yeah, I know. I'm not going.

Jake: No nose thumbing for you tonight, huh?

Vicky: I have my pride.

Jake: Well, I thought you and your partner would have worked the whole scheme out.

Vicky: Not me. I don't know if Evan is planning anything.

Jake: Ok, then I'll hang out with you then.

Vicky: Ah, no.

Jake: Why not?

Vicky: My father's coming by with Mikey. I don't think you should be here.

Jake: Has he talked to you?

Vicky: No. You just seem to be a bit closer to my mother than my father is right now.

Jake: Mikey is a big boy. He can handle it.

Vicky: You're not doing what my father thinks you may be doing, are you, Jake?

Jake: He has talked to you.

Vicky: Are you after my mother, Jake?

Cass: Frankie, I tell you, there is nothing in here.

Frankie: Oh, don't be so impatient, Cass.

Cass: Impatient? We've been at this for hours, Frankie. And we've turned up nothing that would give us even the slightest indication as to where Jordan took Rachel.

Frankie: Uh-huh.

Cass: If Jordan is the same guy that was in that old photograph with Mac, he's got more than a little explaining to do, I tell you.

Frankie: I've got it.

Cass: What? What is it?

Frankie: I know exactly where Ken and Rachel are.

Ken: Rachel, the light's going. Let's call it a day, huh? Rachel, you've been at this all day. You're tired. You're gonna get careless. Come on. Let's pack it up.

Rachel: Ken.

Ken: What?

Rachel: You got a flashlight or something?

Ken: Yeah, why?

Rachel: Well, just look in here, would you? It looks to me like there is an overhang, right? And look at those things that look like rocks. Those are not rocks, are they?

Ken: Well, let me get a hand on it.

Rachel: Watch it.

Ken: Pull that sand out of the way. Clear that off. Good, good, good, good.

Rachel: Watch it.

Ken: Oh, my gosh. I just went through--there is a recess in there that goes underneath the surface.

Rachel: I know. That's what I thought.

Ken: I see, I see, I see. All right, all right. My hand is hitting--let's see if I can get a grab at this. Clear that back, clear that back. That's good, that's good, that's good.

Rachel: Got it?

Ken: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Hold that. Good. All right, here she comes, here she comes.

Rachel: Wow.

Ken: I don't believe this.

Rachel: What? Gosh. Look at that.

Ken: I think this is what we've been searching for.

Rachel: Is it?

Ken: I think so. Rachel: Look at that.

Ken: [Laughs] And you found it.

Rachel: Don't you think we should take the rest of these out of here before we lose the rest of the light?

Ken: Let me take another look inside.

Rachel: You want the brush?

Ken: Yes, thanks. Your little cavern goes back a ways.

Rachel: I know--

Ken: There's several pieces in here.

Rachel: Can you get that next one out?

Ken: I'll try.

Rachel: We'd be able to see better--here, let me hold the flashlight.

Ken: These all appear to be in perfect condition. I can't believe this. And they're from the right period. That's it, that's it. I got it, I got it.

Rachel: How sweet.

Ken: It's another one. Beautiful. Sit right there. Let me take another look. Oh, damn.

Rachel: What?

Ken: Damn. I don't see the hunting vessel.

Rachel: You mean all of this is meaningless without that?

Ken: That's the most important piece in the Lumina tribes heritage, that's all.

Rachel: Oh.

Ken: When the hunting vessel is held up to the wind, it makes a kind of a howling noise, like a night bird. Legend has it that it's the sound of animal spirits calling the animals to the hunt. Before a hunting party would go out on their next expedition, they'd hold the vessel up and pray that the wind would sail through it and sing, thereby guaranteeing a successful hunt. And if the sound wasn't there, they knew they'd be empty-handed at the end of the day.

Rachel: So this whole dig is meaningless without that vessel?

Ken: Well, it's still a wonderful discovery, but it isn't everything I'm looking for.

Rachel: Or everything that the tribe wants.

Ken: Right.

Rachel: Well, do you think we can find it?

Ken: It's gotta be in there.

Rachel: All right. Let's set up the lanterns. We can keep digging through the night.

Ken: No, no, no. Rachel, Rachel. We won't be able to see properly. We're just going to make mistakes. We'll break something. We'll do it in the dawn. First light.

Rachel: What happens if we find the hunting vessel?

Ken: Then we go home. That should make you happy.

Mitch: Well, you've done it again.

Felicia: Hi. Well, you're on time.

Mitch: You don't think I would miss a minute of this, do you?

Felicia: Listen, you're going to be gracious, aren't you? I mean, I'm not going to have to lock you up in the men's room, am I?

Mitch: I'm going to be more than gracious. There's no who can be happier about this engagement party than me.

Felicia: I just hope that Luke and Iris like what I've done here.

Mitch: Well, it's not every former girlfriend that would do something as thoughtful and as generous--

Felicia: Mitch. I've put Lucas in my past.

Mitch: I hope so.

Felicia: And I believe that you've put Rachel there, too.

Mitch: I told you. I want to be with you.

Felicia: I know. Cass told me.

Mitch: What do you mean, Cass told you?

Felicia: Cass told me that you hired him and Frankie to investigate Ken Jordan.

Mitch: He told you? Well, I'm sure you're thrilled.

Felicia: Actually, I am thrilled.

Mitch: You are?

Felicia: Yes. I do care about Rachel, you know that. And if you've hired someone else to take care of the situation maybe--maybe it means you are letting go finally. So what do you think? You think I did all right with this place? Does it look pretty?

Mitch: Yes, it looks pretty. In fact, it looks perfect.

Felicia: Thank you.

Iris: Hello, Felicia.

Felicia: Iris, hi.

Iris: I can't believe you did all this by yourself.

Felicia: Well, I had a little bit of help. Hello, Luke.

Lucas: Hi.

Felicia: You look beautiful.

Iris: Thank you.

Lucas: Yes, she does.

Iris: This is a very special evening for us. Thank you for making it so perfect.

Felicia: You're welcome, both of you.

Iris: You know, I was just thinking. This could be the beginning of a wonderful future... for all of us. Don't you think?

Sam: Sorry I took so long.

Stacey: I thought you guys had moved back in here, but Amanda tells me you're just visiting.

Sam: Yeah, for now. These are for you.

Amanda: Thank you, Sam. They are beautiful.

Sam: I would have bought you the whole floral shop if I could.

Stacey: Sounds like you two have a romantic evening planned.

Amanda: Uh...yes. Unfortunately, Iris's party is right in the middle of it.

Sam: That's ok. As long as we're together, that's what matters.

Stacey: Well, listen, I better get going. I have got to change as well. And then I've got to go by Derek's place. He promised me he would wear a suit, but I never know with him.

Amanda: All right. Well, I'll see you tonight.

Stacey: Ok, bye.

Amanda: Stacey, you did hear us fighting. But everything is all right now.

Stacey: Good, I hope so. Ok.

Amanda: See you tonight.

Stacey: See you later.

Amanda: Bye.

Amanda: What have we got?

Sam: What were you whispering about?

Amanda: It was nothing.

Sam: Did I do that? I'm so--I'm sorry, I had no--

Amanda: Sam, it's ok. Forget it, it was an accident.

Sam: I'm sorry.

Amanda: My outfit will cover it. It's ok.

Sam: I feel terrible about that.

Amanda: Can we talk about something else, please? Come on. What did you get me?

Sam: Well, something I like you in.

Amanda: Well, which one?

Sam: Does it matter which one?

Amanda: What?

Sam: Why does it matter so much? Is Evan going to be there?

Amanda: Sam.

Sam: Is Evan going to be there?

Amanda: If he was going to be there, I wouldn't be going. [Sighs] Better get dressed or we'll be late.

Jake: I am not after your mother. I'd have to be crazy.

Vicky: Or a masochist.

Jake: Wait a minute, Vicky.

Vicky: If anything was going on Jake, I'd break both your legs.

Jake: I believe that.

Vicky: You swear you're not lying to me.

Jake: Vicky, I--

Vicky: You remember that night at the Pelican? You told me you were interested in someone.

Jake: Yes.

Vicky: She was out of your league?

Jake: There is nothing going on--

[Doorbell rings] Daddy's here.

Vicky: I'm not sure about you, Jake.


Vicky: Hi.

Michael: Hi.

Vicky: Hi, honey. How are you?

Michael: We just picked up a few things on our way over here. We were out flying kites.

Jake: Hey, hey, hey. Hey, Mikey. Ha, ha, ha, ha.

Vicky: Jake's here.

Michael: Yeah, yeah, so I see.

Vicky: But he was just leaving.

Michael: Well, great. I'd like to spend a little time with you alone.

Vicky: Mikey, you know what? I've got a secret. Steven got all these presents for his birthday. Would you like to go play with them in his room? He said you could. He's at his daddy's. Would you like to do that? Why don't you take your Dad and go on, and I'll be up there in a few minutes, all right?

Jake: See you in a minute.

Michael: Take me upstairs--ahh! Boy, you're getting thrown all over the place today, aren't you? Oh, boy, we'll take one of these, too. I'll take--anything else you want? Let me see. No. Well, we'll see you later.

Vicky: Presents in the room.

Jake: Hi, Michael. Bye, Michael. Daddy doesn't like me too much.

Vicky: Can you blame him?

Jake: Can I use your phone?

Vicky: Jake, I don't want to spend the next half hour talking about you with my father...so, lovely to see you, come again. Call first.

Jake: The phone, for one minute, Vicky. Your phone, all right?

Vicky: Hurry.

Jake: I love it when you're so upset. You look so pretty. Hi, Olivia. This is Jake McKinnon. How're you doing?

Olivia: Hi, Jake. How've you been?

Jake: Oh, not bad. Listen, I know this is last minute, but I was wondering if you'd like to go have some dinner tonight?

Olivia: Jake, I would love to, but I have to go to this engagement party thing.

Jake: I thought you might say that. Need an escort?

Olivia: Absolutely.

Jake: I'll be right there.

Olivia: Ok, great.

Jake: I'll see you in a couple of minutes, ok? Ok.

Vicky: Ok, what?

Jake: I have a date.

Vicky: I heard.

Jake: I thought you'd be happy.

Vicky: Jury's still out.

Jake: Come on, Vicky. Olivia's out of my league.

Vicky: Uh-huh.

Jake: Goodnight, Vick.

Vicky: Jake.

Jake: Yes.

Vicky: You'd better be leveling with me.

Jake: I'm always level with you, Vicky. Come on. Drop it. I am not seeing...your mother.

Vicky: You've done some pretty rotten things before.

Jake: I said drop it.

Vicky: I'll kill you, Jake. Do you understand?

Frankie: Could you go a little softer here?

Cass: I'm sorry.

Frankie: You're very strong.

Cass: How's that?

Frankie: Oh...better.

Cass: And that?

Frankie: Better. This is not what I had in mind.

Cass: Me neither.

Frankie: It's a mistake.

Cass: Maybe. But then again, maybe not.

Rachel: What's this?

Ken: Something to celebrate our find. Warm up your blood a little.

Rachel: My blood's fine. Thanks.

Ken: Oh, try it.

Rachel: I know what this is. This is--this is more of that crank case oil you gave me at the Ethiopian restaurant.

Ken: [Chuckles] This is better. This has a bite that kicks in after about 10 minutes.

Rachel: Great.

Ken: What do you say?

Rachel: [Laughing] Oh...where did you get this?

Ken: Jim Littlewolf. It's a cure-all.

Rachel: For what?

Ken: Whatever ails you.

Rachel: Sure.

Ken: He's a medicine man, you know.

Rachel: No, I didn't know that.

Ken: As was his father and his father's father.

Rachel: Uh-huh.

Ken: Jim saved my life once. I asked him how I could pay him back. He said, "find the sacred vessels of my tribe and we'll call it even."

Rachel: That was some exchange.

Ken: I told you this was my obsession.

Rachel: This should feel real good. You found some of it.

Ken: At least I got to it first.

Rachel: Before whom?

Ken: Poachers, people who'd sell this stuff on the black market. Keep it away from the tribe for another few centuries.

Rachel: Do you know if there are poachers here?

Ken: Some of them.

Rachel: Do you think they know we're here?

Ken: I'm sure they do now. When they're going to make their presence felt... that's anybody's guess.

Iris: Oh, excuse me. Hello, darling.

Evan: Hello, Iris.

Iris: I don't think you were on the guest list for this evening, were you?

Evan: I know. I just wanted to come by and wish you luck. Ok? I mean, I'm not here to cause trouble for you or anybody else in your little family.

Iris: Amanda hasn't arrived yet.

Evan: I figured that. So that's why I came by.

Iris: Oh, now, I'm really baffled.

Evan: Iris, you and I go way back, don't we?

Iris: Yes, we do. Well, we did. But that was a long time ago.

Evan: I know, and that's why I want to wish you the best at Cory, and your new marriage.

Iris: You're serious, aren't you?

Evan: Yes, you gave me my first break. You taught me some things that were invaluable. I think it's time that I just tell you that I'm happy that everything has finally come together for you.

Iris: Thank you. You know, you're sorely missed at Cory. I haven't found anyone to replace you.

Evan: Well, I didn't think you would.

Lucas: Excuse us, Evan.

Evan: Oh, certainly. Hi, Lucas.

Iris: Don't you run away just yet, ok?

Lucas: How about a toast for my future wife?

Stacey: Hi. Congratulations.

Iris: Thank you very much.

Stacey: Oh, great. Thanks.

Iris: And I want to thank you for taking on Lucas as a client. He tells me that you believe in him, and that you're going to get those ridiculous charges dropped.

Derek: Well, she's got her work cut out for her. But then, she's very dedicated.

Josie: Felicia.

Felicia: Oh, Josie. Hi, honey. How are you?

Josie: I'm all right. Has either of you seen Matthew?

Mitch: I haven't.

Felicia: Not yet.

Josie: Well, did you happen to see the paper today--page 6?

Mitch: No.

Felicia: I did. There was a picture of Josie with a very handsome young man and it was sort of implied that she--

Josie: That we're an item. They used one of the pictures you took for the wedding shoot and they just--they blew it all out of proportion. Look, um, I'm really worried what Matthew might do if he sees it.

Mitch: I hope this doesn't get out of hand.

Matt: I want some answers now.

Caroline: Word has it that you are a free man again.

Evan: Caroline, I always have been. You should know that. I'll see you.

Amanda: Evan, what are you doing here? This is the first time

Amanda: Sam, I'm sorry. I had no idea he was going to be here.

Sam: I need a drink. Beer.

Liz: Caroline, I have to ask you something. Hello, Sam. That is a very troubled young man.

Caroline: I'm sorry.

Liz: You're his agent. Now you have to tell me everything. I'm a very old friend of the family. Now you know that.

Lucas: You're overreacting, Matt.

Matt: Don't patronize me. I've had to cool it with you, but you've crossed the line on this one.

Josie: Matthew, Matthew, it's just a publicity stunt. I hardly know Brad.

Matt: Josie, I know it wasn't your fault, ok?

Josie: But Lucas is just trying to help.

Matt: Trying to help? Dad, we were gonna elope a couple of weeks ago. He threatened to fire her if we did it.

Lucas: I didn't threaten anyone.

Matt: Come on, you'd love to see us break up, wouldn't you? I'm just really curious why it matters to you so much?

Caroline: Look, I've got to go to the powder room. It's an emergency, Liz.

Liz: No, but you see, I'm worried about his influence on Olivia. He's older, rougher. Not at all the kind of young man she's dated. And he's married. Now Olivia is used to young men, educated, from distinguished families, you understand?

Caroline: I think it's about time you got to know your niece a smidge better.

Liz: Oh, no.

Iris: Lucas, there's a reporter up there from "The Chicago Sun." I'd like you to meet them.

Josie: Matthew, please. Why don't we just go back to my place and we can talk?

Matt: Ok.

Josie: Come on.

Felicia: Iris, I would like to talk to Luke alone, please.

Iris: Yes, certainly.

Lucas: Excuse me. Sorry.

Liz: Olivia.

Olivia: I'll have mineral water with a twist of lime.

Jake: You got it.

Liz: Are you out of your mind?

Olivia: Well, aunt Liz, you wanted me stay away from Sam.

Liz: But, but, but--but that's Jake McKinnon.

Olivia: There's Sam.

Liz: Olivia.

Frankie: I wish I'd have known him.

Cass: Mac?

Frankie: Hmm.

Cass: He would've loved you.

Frankie: Now, why do you say that?

Cass: Because he loved strong women... funny women... beautiful women.

Frankie: I guess that's why he and Rachel got along so well. They were so happy together.

Cass: They were just "Mac and Rachel." That summed it up.

Frankie: She still carries him with her. I can sense that.

Cass: It takes a long time.

Frankie: Does get easier, though. You don't carry Kathleen with you.

Cass: How can you say that?

Frankie: Well, I don't mean that you've forgotten her, Cass. I just mean that you've assimilated her. She is a part of you. She always will be. But most of the sadness is gone now, right?

Cass: I suppose it is, yeah.

Frankie: When you think of her now, you don't get sad, do you?

Cass: No, actually when I say her name, or I see her in my mind's eye, I get this...

Frankie: This nice warm feeling right here.

Cass: Yeah, how did you know that?

Frankie: Call me psychic.

Cass: I never thought I'd fall in love like that again.

Frankie: What about Nicole?

Cass: Even that was different but I loved her very much. It's just that...

Frankie: What?

Cass: Ah, it's getting late.

Frankie: We still have a lot of work to do.

Ca: Let's spend the night here. We can start fresh in the morning. I just want to hold you for a while, Frankie.

Frankie: Like this?

Cass: Exactly like this. This feels so good.

Ken: Don't worry, Rachel. These poachers aren't exactly the salt of the earth, but they're nothing I can't handle.

Rachel: Well, that's a tremendous comfort, Ken.

Ken: You're very tense.

Rachel: We just uncovered a cache of ancient artifacts, we've been up since dawn, we haven't eaten anything, and you tell me there are poachers out here waiting to pounce on us. Of course I'm a little tense.

Ken: Why don't you lie down?

Rachel: Excuse me?

Ken: Just lie back and relax. You like Dvorak?

Rachel: Yes, I like Dvorak. Why do I have to lie down?

Ken: Are you always this contrary? Or is it just for my--

Rachel: Ok, ok, I'll just lie down here, over here. Oh, what I would really love is a nice, long, hot bath.

[Classical music playing]

Rachel: Wow.

Ken: You never see the stars the way you do in the desert.

Rachel: No, you don't. The music is incredible.

Ken: [Snickers] It's the only way to listen to this piece, I think.

Rachel: This is the only way you listen to Dvorak? Out in the middle of a desert against a canyon wall?

Ken: If I can help it.


Ken: You cold?

Rachel: Yeah, a little. Oh, great. You want some of this?

Ken: I'll take a corner.

Rachel: Ok. Mm, that's better. Is that the big dipper?

Ken: That's the big one.

Rachel: Oh.

Ken: That's the little one. See how the big one points towards the north star?

Rachel: Yeah. Where's Gemini? Can you see it?

Ken: Where is Gemini?

Rachel: [Gasps]

Ken: What?

Rachel: The food. It's burning.

Ken: I guess we should eat.

Rachel: Saved. It really is magnificent.


Michael: Oh boy, that kid--he's going to be ok in there, right?

Vicky: Are you kidding? The family hero?

Michael: You're right. He was pretty terrific, wasn't he?

Vicky: Bridget was lucky he was there.

Michael: Your mother should've been there.

Vicky: Uh, Dad, last time I checked, Mikey had two parents and neither one of them were there.

Michael: Hey, there was a reason why I wasn't there, all right? Your mother.

Vicky: How can you expect to get her back if you keep saying things like this and treating her like this?

Michael: What do you want me to do? I'm angry, I'm frustrated. She frustrates me.

Vicky: So, what else is new?

Michael: She should've been there with him.

Vicky: She has life of her own.

Michael: What is this? Lecture father day, or am I the only lucky one?

Vicky: Dad, she is not the woman you walked out on 3 months ago.

Michael: Oh, I see. You're going to tell me now about the new Donna, huh?

Vicky: Sounds like you don't believe it.

Michael: Look, it's the same Donna I've always known, all right? Except she has a new obsession, all right. Two shots and view finders and stuff. What about Mikey?

Vicky: What about him? You have a job. It doesn't make you a bad father.

Michael: That's different.

Vicky: Why, because you're a man?

Michael: Yeah, well. Oh, come on. Don't make me out to be unenlightened.

Vicky: Don't get mad at Mom because she's taken charge of her life.

Michael: Hey, if Donna had taken charge of her life, I wouldn't be this angry.

Vicky: If she didn't, who did?

Michael: Jake McKinnon did, that's who. I mean, she throws him in my face every chance she gets.

Vicky: You--you don't think that there's still something going on between them?

Michael: Phew, hey, what do I know? I don't know, I mean, she better not but--I don't know.

Vicky: Dad, it could never happen.

Michael: Yeah. Look, how come you understand me, all right? I mean, your mother doesn't, and you do.

Vicky: I love you. You're my father. And you didn't walk out on me and tell me you didn't love me anymore.

Michael: I know.

Vicky: I can understand her being a bit gun shy.

Michael: I had a good reason for everything I did.

Vicky: Dad, I know that. Quit trying to justify what you did. You thought you did the right thing, Mom didn't. Don't try and change her mind about it. Just try and get her back on her terms.

Michael: What are her terms?

Vicky: She's independent, she's strong. I know she doesn't want to feel like your little wife again.

Michael: I know, she just about as much told me that very thing.

Vicky: Well, if you would open your own eyes you would see it for yourself. Dad, you've got to give her some respect.

Michael: Hey, I have always respected your mother.

Vicky: No. Not in the way she wants you to. Please face that.

Michael: Ok, ok, ok. Maybe you're right. Maybe I've just--I've just been so angry that I haven't been able to see her side of things, you know? How come you know so much anyway?

Vicky: I don't know.

Michael: Good blood!

Vicky: Ha, that's right.

Michael: Oh, you.

Vicky: You're going to Iris' shindig tonight?

Michael: Oh, my word, yes. As a matter of fact, I've got to go now; I've got to get my stuff ready.

Vicky: This place is hopping tonight--hold on. Hold on. Hi.

Evan: Michael, how are you?

Michael: Ah, well, as a matter of fact, I'm late for a party.

Vicky: You are late.

Michael: But take care. Oh, look, I'll be back for Mikey later--you know, give him a kiss from me.

Vicky: I will.

Michael: Thanks so much for watching him.

Vicky: Bye. Where have you been?

Evan: What a mess.

Vicky: [Giggling]

Evan: I stopped by to wish Iris best wishes.

Vicky: Oh, what a gentleman. We're probably the only two in Bay City who didn't show up for that thing.

Evan: Wait a second.

Vicky: What?

Evan: Let's forget about Bay City. Who needs them?

Vicky: Who needs them? Not me. You hungry?

Evan: I'm starved.

Vicky: You're starved? So am I. Wait here. I'll surprise you.

Evan: You always do.

Olivia: Hi.

Sam: Olivia.

Olivia: Why are you drinking all alone?

Sam: Why are you being such a pest?

Olivia: Let me help you.

Sam: Why?

Olivia: Because I care about you. Don't you know that by now?

Sam: Have you seen Amanda?

Olivia: She's--she's over there. Sam, please.

Sam: Drop it. I am ready to go. Are you coming?

Lucas: You'll catch your death out here, Fanny.

Felicia: Why are you getting in the middle of Matt and Josie's personal life?

Lucas: She works for me. It's my responsibility.

Felicia: And that includes telling her she can't get married?

Lucas: Oh, you would've approved, I suppose.

Felicia: That's not really the point, is it?

Lucas: Fanny, I think I'm doing you and Mitch a favor. Did you see his face when he heard that his--his son was about to elope?

Felicia: Have you forgotten what it's like to be young and be in love?

Lucas: No. I spent my whole life trying to get back to that.

Felicia: So now you're trying to take it out on these kids?

Lucas: Fanny, drop it, ok? She is an employee. That's the whole story. If she and Matt are supposed to be together, they will be, no matter what I say.

Felicia: Come on, Luke, you know better than that. We were supposed to be together and my stepfather stopped that. We stood in a church. We--we said vows that we loved each other and only each other for the rest of our lives. And look where we are right now. So what are you telling me? That--that what is meant to be just happens?

Iris: Lucas?

Iris: Lucas, people are asking for you.

Felicia: It's all right, Iris. We're through in here.

Iris: Well, what was that all about?

Lucas: Nothing, nothing. Come on, let's go inside. It's freezing out here.

Caroline: Hello.

Michael: Hi, Caroline.

Caroline: So, where's Donna?

Michael: New York.

Caroline: Is that an indication of how you two are working out?

Michael: I'd say that just about sums it up, yeah.

Caroline: I'm sorry.

Michael: Well, thank you.

Caroline: I'd invite you over for dinner, but I'm getting very tired of entertaining men whose hearts are otherwise engaged.

Michael: Well, I don't blame you. Maybe some other time, all right? If you'll excuse me, I have to say my goodbyes and go. Good night.

Caroline: Are there any men here who aren't in love with a woman that they can't have?

Olivia: So what brought this on tonight?

Jake: What?

Olivia: Why did you want to bring me to the party?

Jake: I like you.

Olivia: I like you, too, so don't lie to me.

Jake: You're a very smart girl, aren't you?

Olivia: Are you tired of not getting what you want?

Jake: I just figure that's the way life goes, you know?

Olivia: Hmm. Well, I'm sick of it.

Jake: It's no fun, huh?

Olivia: How do you think we should go about changing it?

Jake: Oh, I don't know. Maybe we should just lower our expectations.

Olivia: Oh, great, Jake. Great answer.

Jake: I'm a fun date, aren't I?

Olivia: [Giggling] Oh, yeah, sure.

Felicia: There you are.

Mitch: Are you ok?

Felicia: I'd like to go home if that's all right with you.

Mitch: Is something wrong?

Felicia: Let's go home. I'll tell you. Come on.

Iris: Lucas, I want to talk to you.

Lucas: Sure, what?

Iris: Look, I wasn't eavesdropping, but I--I heard you mention something about vows to Felicia when you were out in the balcony.

Lucas: Oh, it's not--it's not what you think.

Iris: You two didn't get married or anything when you were teenagers, did you?

Lucas: No, no. We pretended one day. It wasn't--it wasn't anything.

Iris: Well, I--I really wasn't prying.

Lucas: Listen, when I say "I do," it will be for the first time.

Iris: And the last.

Stacey: Lucas, excuse me. I'm sorry to interrupt. But I just got a message you've got to hear.

Lucas: What's wrong?

Stacey: The D.A. They denied the plea bargain request.

Iris: What does that mean?

Lucas: That I have to go to trial.

Frankie: [Moans] It must be hard to find a love like that.

Cass: Like Mac and Rachel?

Frankie: Mm-hmm.

Cass: Yeah, it must be. But definitely worth the effort.

Frankie: I hope Rachel can find it again, too.

Rachel: I thought I would turn in.

Ken: Ok.

Rachel: What are you doing?

Ken: Oh, it's just a precaution.

Rachel: You think those poachers are out here.

Ken: It's ok, Rachel. Just relax. Go on to bed.

Rachel: Well, you're not just going to shoot people?

Ken: I certainly don't plan on it.

Rachel: What are you going to do? Stay up all night?

Ken: I'm not tired. There's a lot to think about.

Rachel: Yes, there is.

Ken: Would you like me to turn the music off?

Rachel: No. No, I like it.

Ken: Good night, then.

Evan: That a girl. Hit them where they live. I tell you, I knew we'd make a great team. Sure. Uh-huh. Listen, I'll speak to you tomorrow, ok? Yeah, bye. Is that what you bring a starving man?

Vicky: You know how I eat.

Evan: Yeah, but don't you have a nice steak in your refrigerator?

Vicky: Oh, red meat is terrible for your health.

Evan: Oh, not preservatives and artificial coloring. That's--that's great for your mind and bones. It makes you strong.

Vicky: You can have some of Steven's minced meat if you're desperate.

Evan: No, that's ok. I'll pass. But I will have is...

Vicky: What?

Evan: I think I'm going to have one of these right here.

Vicky: Mm-hmm.

Evan: Hmm.

Vicky: Was that your little friend?

Evan: Little friend? What little friend?

Vicky: The blonde with the teeth?

Evan: Oh, by the way do you have any milk?

Vicky: You can't have it unless you tell me about your conversation.

Evan: Are you jealous?

Vicky: Hell no.

Evan: That's not very convincing.

Vicky: I'm just worried about you. I don't want to see you get hurt again. Somebody has to look after you.

Evan: Yeah. Well, I can't wait to sink my teeth into this lovely tasty treat.

Vicky: Evan, what is going on? I hate being left out of schemes. I'm always afraid you'll mess them up. Now, come on, ask my advice. I'm a master.

Evan: Vicky, right now, everything...is looking up to me. Would you like some?

Amanda: I really think you should quit drinking, Sam.

Sam: I'm not drunk, Amanda.

Amanda: I didn't say that you were. It's time to go to bed, that's all.

Sam: I can't sleep.

Amanda: Sam, how are we ever going to put this past us if you won't let me in?

Sam: It'll get better soon, I promise.

Amanda: Sam, please. Let me in.

Sam: You're very beautiful, do you know that?

Amanda: Come to bed.

Sam: In a minute. I have a surprise for you.

Amanda: Surprise?

Sam: Yeah. But you're going to have to wait.

Amanda: I will.

Sam: Yes. You know the old adage... "all things come to those who wait."


Rachel: Ken?

Ken: Sorry to disturb you, we had a visitor.

Rachel: I thought you weren't going to just shoot somebody.

Ken: This was the four-legged variety.

Rachel: Oh. Well, how can you even see? It's too dark.

Ken: I just fired into the air to scare him off. It's ok. You can go back to bed.

Rachel: Are you all right?

Ken: I'm fine.

Rachel: Oh.

Ken: And I intend to stay that way.

Rachel: Good night.

Ken: Good night.

Frankie: [Sighing]

Cass: I'm sorry I woke you up.

Frankie: What are you doing?

Cass: Well, after I spent about a half hour watching you sleep, I came down here. I thought I'd take another look around. You're absolutely naked under that blanket, aren't you?

Frankie: It got pretty hot up in the room.

Cass: So, you took off all... never mind, I'm not looking.

Frankie: How can you see what you're doing? Why don't you turn on the lamp?

Cass: Don't come any close--I'll take care of the lamp. You stay over there, please. Keep your distance.

Frankie: Your self-control is admirable, Winthrop.

Cass: Yeah, well, it's important to know one's limitations. Will you look at that?

Frankie: What?

Cass: The pattern on the lamp shade, the light coming through--did you see that?

Frankie: Yeah, so?

Cass: Frankie, I think we just found our second important clue.

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