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Another World Transcript Thursday 3/30/06

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Sharlene: Grant, what is it? What is it? What's wrong?

Grant: My head. Doctor...

Sharlene: Ok, what's his name? Which doctor? Grant?

Grant: My head.

Sharlene: All right. Ok--ok. Hang on--hang on. Ok. Yes, I have an emergency. There's a man--he's really--he's very sick.

Caroline: What's wrong?

Sharlene: The Pelican. The Pelican is at Bay and Third.

Caroline: That's Congressmen Harrison, Sharlene. What's the matter with him?

John: Emma, what happened?

Emma: Nothing.

John: You said that it was happening again. What is happening to Sharlene again?

Emma: I told you--nothing.

John: Emma, if something has happened in Sharlene's past, it could be very important.

Emma: No, it was a mistake, that's all.

John: What kind of a mistake?

Emma: She didn't have to go into that hospital.

John: Hospital?

Emma: John, please just drop this. You're making it much too important.

John: Emma, look I know all about Frame pride, but Sharlene's been having a few problems lately. Now, if she's had these in the past--

Emma: My sister does not have any problems. She doesn't now, and she never did.

Evan: Well?

Amanda: I need time to think.

Evan: Amanda, the police are on their way over here right now--

Amanda: I know that. You said it.

Evan: Look, you could save me. You can save us. Or we both go under.

Amanda: You took the money.

Evan: I know, but I can put it all back. I just need you to help me get into the Cory computer system.

Amanda: You say that like it's easy.

Evan: Because it is. I can put all the money back, every last dime, and nobody would even know it happened. But I can't do it alone.

[Knock on door]

Courtney: Evan. Open the door, Evan. It's the police.

Jake: It's not your fault.

Donna: It isn't? These people show up out of nowhere and want to take my son.

Jake: Donna. Look at me. This isn't punishment. You haven't done anything wrong. We have not done anything wrong.

Donna: Jake, I was so lonely.

Jake: That was not the only reason.

Donna: We shouldn't even be talking about this.

Jake: We are good for each other.

Donna: Oh, don't say that. Don't say that.

Jake: What happened with Mikey has nothing to do with us, Donna. We did the right thing.

Donna: No, we didn't.

Jake: Listen to me. I want to help you through this. No matter what happens, I want us to be together. I just wish you would admit how you feel about me, how much you want that night to happen again.

[Doorbell rings]

Marley: Hello, Donna.

[Knocking on door]

Courtney: Evan.

Evan: Listen, it's going to be ok. I love you.

Amanda: But--wait.

Evan: I'm going to slip out the back. I'll be waiting for you in Iris' office.

Amanda: What?

Evan: If you don't show up in a half an hour, I know you decided not to help me.

Amanda: Why would I help you? Evan, wait a minute. You can't just leave me here.

Evan: It's your choice. You tell Courtney whatever you want to, but I love you more than anything, and if you don't believe anything else, you believe that.

Courtney: Evan, I'm going to bust the door down.

Amanda: Oh, God.

[Rapid knock on door]

Amanda: That's not going to be necessary.

Courtney: Amanda, what are you doing here?

Sam: So, Amanda's not here?

Jamie: No, she's probably at the office. She's been worried about you, Sam. So have I.

Sam: Yeah, I'm great. Never better.

Jamie: You look good.

Sam: Where's Alli?

Jamie: Upstairs.

Sam: Excuse me. I'm going to go up and see her.

Jamie: Maybe you ought to wait. She and Steven just went down for their naps.

Sam: Yeah, well...

Jamie: Alli was up a lot last night, Sam. She was crying for you.

Sam: Well, then I guess I will let her sleep.

Jamie: How'd it go?

Sam: What?

Jamie: Your time away. I hope it was productive.

Sam: Very. Well, well, well, look at this.

Jamie: What?

Sam: The cops are questioning Evan about the missing funds.

Jamie: Frankly, I hope they nail him to the wall. He's been nothing but bad news since the day he got here.

[Phone rings]

Jamie: Excuse me. Hello?

Olivia: Hello, this is Olivia Matthews.

Jamie: Olivia, it's Jamie.

Olivia: Hi. Listen, I know that Sam's away, but if you could just tell me where he is--it's very--

Jamie: He's standing right here beside me.

Olivia: Oh, no kidding. That's great.

Jamie: Hold on a sec. Olivia.

Sam: Thanks. Hi.

Olivia: Hi. Didn't you get my message? Don't you ever check your machine?

Sam: I got your message.

Olivia: Well, then why didn't you call me? I told you it was urgent.

Sam: Olivia, I just got here. I really don't have time to talk.

Olivia: Well, then meet me somewhere.

Sam: Olivia.

Olivia: Now.

Sam: I don't have the time.

Olivia: Then make time. Sam, this is urgent. You could be in terrible trouble.

Donna: Marley. Darling, oh, I can't believe it's you.

Marley: I wasn't sure you'd be here.

Donna: Look at you. You look beautiful.

Marley: Thank you. I thought maybe you would be at work.

Donna: Well, I'm not.

Marley: No, you're not.

Donna: Enough--enough about me. Now, what about you? When did you get here? How long have you been here?

Marley: My flight arrived a couple of hours ago.

Donna: What? Why didn't you tell me? I would have come to get you at the airport.

Marley: Oh, no--no. I got a cab. It was no problem.

Donna: This is wonderful. This is just wonderful.

Marley: Is everything all right? May I come in?

Donna: Of course you can come in. Yes, yes.

Marley: Let me just get--

Donna: Wait just one minute. One minute. Just stay right there. I'll be right back.

Marley: What...

Donna: Get upstairs quick.

Jake: What?

Donna: Just--please, don't ask any questions. Just do as I say, and I'll come up and tell you when the coast is clear.

Jake: What the hell are you talking about--when the coast is clear?

Donna: Please--please just this one time. It has to do with Mikey and the trial. They can't see you here. Now get upstairs.

Jake: All right, all right.

Donna: Thank you. Hurry.

Jake: I'm going.

Donna: Hurry, please. I'm sorry.

Marley: Everything all right?

Donna: Yes, come in.

Marley: Ok.

Donna: I just wanted everything to be perfect for you.

Marley: Oh, it is perfect. It's beautiful.

Donna: Thank you.

Marley: Wow.

Donna: So, take your coat off. Let me--let me look at you. Oh, goodness, you've lost weight.

Marley: A little.

Donna: No, you've lost too much. You're too thin.

Marley: No, I'm fine. I'm fine.

Donna: Of course you're fine. I'm sorry. I know how you hate it when I get on you like that.

Marley: It's all right.

Donna: I've been so worried about you.

Marley: Actually, I've been in good shape. It's been good for me being away.

Donna: Good. I've missed you so much. Have you missed me? Forget I said that. I'm sorry, I shouldn't have--

Marley: I have missed you.

Donna: We have so much to catch up on.

Marley: I know. That's why I'm here. I want to--I want to talk. I'm on my way to Europe, but I do want to talk some things out.

Donna: Darling, the things that you said about me favoring Victoria--they're simply not true.

Marley: I know.

Donna: You do?

Marley: Uh-huh. I wanted someone to blame for what happened to Jake and me. Someone other than myself. I'm ok, though.

Donna: Well, I certainly didn't help.

Marley: You tried.

Donna: I kept quiet about Victoria and Jake.

Marley: I wish everyone had. I wish I had never found out.

Donna: Darling, I'm so sorry, really.

Marley: I think I was too hard on you. And maybe I was a little hard on Jake, too.

Donna: Yes, Jake. Well, he'll be glad to see you. Come sit.

Marley: Well, I don't know about that, but I do want to talk to him.

Donna: And your father, he's going to be beside himself.

Marley: Yes, I can't wait to see him.

Donna: I have a wonderful idea. Why don't we go over to his office right now and surprise him?

Marley: Now?

Donna: He'd be absolutely thrilled.

Marley: Well, I would kind of...

Jake: Welcome home.

Sharlene: The paramedics are on the way, ok? Look, get me a wet cloth from behind the bar.

Caroline: Sure.

Sharlene: What happened, Grant?

Grant: Bad headache. Bad.

Sharlene: Ok, don't worry, don't worry. I called 911, and help should be here any minute, ok? Ok?

Ted: What happened here?

Sharlene: Oh, I don't know-I don't know. We were just talking and then--

Ted: Congressman?

Grant: Ted, leave me alone.

Ted: You're lucky I had to find him to sign some papers.

Sharlene: He says it's a headache.

Ted: I'll take care of this. How are you doing, Grant?

Grant: Not great.

Sharlene: It's ok. An ambulance is on the way.

Ted: No, absolutely not.

Sharlene: What do you mean absolutely not?

Ted: No ambulance. No people. No publicity.

Sharlene: Then how's he supposed to get to the hospital?

Ted: I'll take him.

Sharlene: He's sick.

Caroline: Here you go.

Sharlene: Thanks, Caroline. Here. It's something cool for your head, ok?

Grant: Thank you.

Ted: Help me get him up.

Sharlene: No, he's in pain.

Ted: Take that side.

Sharlene: I'm going to the hospital with you.

Ted: Out of the question.

Sharlene: Don't order me around.

Ted: And no press. Do you have that clear? What happened here ....

Ted: You.....

Sharlene: Well, I want to know what's going on here?

Ted: Listen ......

Sharlene: Oh, me .........

Grant: Sharlene, listen to me. It's--I'm ok. I'm better--I feel better now.

Ted: Come on, come on. Let's get out of errant.

Sharlene: I'm going.

Ted: No, I said no.

Sharlene: Grant?

Grant: Sharly, you stay here. You stay here, Sharly. I'll call you.

Sharlene: I can't stand that Ted guy. I can't stand...

Caroline: Yeah, but the congressman--you certainly seem to be able to stand him.

Sharlene: You're not to say anything about us.

Caroline: Didn't know that you and Harrison were...

Sharlene: Ok --

Caroline: I'm a woman myself.

Sharlene: You and I are a lot alike you know? I like talking to you.

Caroline: I thought you and your family were so close.

Sharlene: It's not what ...it's like. You don't understand. They don't.

Caroline: Family's can be very unforgiving.

Sharlene: [Laughs] You're telling me. Oh..

Caroline: I was--I was under the impression that you and John were very happy.

Sharlene: I guess John is. He has his career.

Caroline: So that's why you two are having problems?

Sharlene: I don't want to talk about this. Not yet.

Caroline: Of course.

Sharlene: I got to get home. I'm late I'll call you later, ok? Bye.

Cass: So?

Emma: What?

Cass: I was just going to say that the weather's been unusual this spring.

Emma: Oh.

Frankie: Yeah, cold and rainy one day, sunny the next.

Emma: Yeah.

Frankie: Well, I don't know what could have happened to Sharlene. Where she could be?

Emma: She'll be along.

Cass: I'll tell you what. As soon as she shows up, we will all take off for a late lunch to Tops. My treat. A real celebration. Caviar, champagne.

Emma: I don't drink champagne.

Frankie: We'll order you a cherry pop.

Emma: When did I ever drink cherry pop?

Frankie: Ok, so you'll drink water.

Emma: You don't have to get snippy, Mary Frances.

Frankie: You're right. You're right, I don't. Look, Mama, why don't I make you a ham sandwich--tide you over until Sharlene gets here.

Emma: I don't need--

Frankie: Mama.

Emma: ...Anything. All right, maybe half a sandwich...with some lettuce and mayonnaise on it?

Frankie: Half a sandwich coming up.

Emma: Mary Frances?

Frankie: Mother?

Emma: Could you cut off the crust and toast the bread, please?

Frankie: I always do.

Emma: Woo, that girl can get cranky.

Cass: I think we're all a little nervous.

Emma: Well, speak for yourself.

Cass: I'd like that, Emma. I really would. I'd like to speak to you about your daughter. I want you to know how much I love her.

Emma: I really want to believe that.

Cass: Well, I wouldn't tell you that if it weren't true.

Emma: Well, see, in my day, people only said that one time, and from what I hear, you just keep saying it over and over to a lot of different people.

Cass: Oh, really? And what do you--what is it exactly that you hear?

Emma: Well, Cecile and Caroline, Nicole--ooh, you like them with fancy names, don't you?

Cass: You've been checking up on me.

Emma: Uh-uh, I didn't have to.

Cass: Then how did you find out?

Emma: My daughter and I are real close.

[Phone rings]

Cass: Yeah, Frame residence. Just a minute. John, you out there?

John: Yeah.

Cass: Phone for Dr. Hudson.

John: Thank you. This is Dr. Hudson. When? Where are you? No Ted? I'll be right there.

Marley: Donna didn't tell me. I didn't realize you were here.

Jake: You look great.

Donna: She does, doesn't she?

Marley: So do you.

Donna: Darling, I think you really should lie down. You've probably had a long--

Marley: No, I'm--I'm fine. How are you?

Jake: I've been better.

Donna: Really, aren't you tired though? Don't you think you should rest after--

Marley: No.

Jake: What are you doing here?

Marley: Actually, I'm on my way to Europe.

Jake: Europe?

Marley: Europe. But I wanted to stop in Bay City first.

Jake: It's been a while.

Marley: Did you think I would never come back?

Jake: Well, you didn't come back when we were getting the divorce.

Marley: I know.

Jake: You didn't call or write. You sent other people to pick up your stuff. Yeah, I--well, I figured I'd seen the last of you.

Marley I'm sorry.

Jake: one day we were married, and the next day you were gone.

Michael: Marley.

Marley: Michael.

Michael: Marley! Hey, hey, hey, hey. How are you doing?

Marley: Oh, I missed you, Michael.

Michael: Look at you.

Marley: I've missed you.

Michael: How you doing? You look great. When did you get here? When did she get here? When did you get here?

Donna: I don't know. It was a surprise to me, too

Marley: I got here a couple of hours ago.

Michael: Really? Oh, good to see you.

Marley: Oh, good to see you.

Donna: Jake, I think maybe you should go. Marley, really, I'm sure you're tired--

Marley: No, I am just fine. I am fine, and I'm going to call Vicky and see if I can stay with her. And I do have a wonderful idea, if it's all right with all of you.

Michael: Anything you want.

Marley: Anything?

Michael: Uh-huh.

Marley: Ok. I think we should all have dinner--all 4 of us.

John: Tell me what happened.

Grant: It was just another one of those headaches.

John: Same intensity as the others or was it worse?

Grant: What the hell is the difference? It was bad.

John: All right. So you had another headache, it hurt like hell, then what? Did it just go away?

Grant: No, no, no. I was woozy for a while.

John: That is exactly why I told you to stay in bed. It was not as a punishment. It was to avoid this.

Grant: I'm sorry, all right?

Ted: You're lucky I found you before the paramedics got there. I mean, if the press picked this up, your enemies on the hill would be digging your grave.

Grant: Get out, Ted.

Ted: I'm--I'm sorry. Grant, I didn't mean it that way.

Grant: I know you didn't mean it, but just get out. Get out.

Ted: Sir, I think I should stay and just keep right on top of your condition--

John: Ted, listen, I will let you know what happens, all right? But until then, don't worry. This headache you had--any warning that it was coming on?

Grant: What kind of a warning?

John: Fever, sensitivity to light, nausea?

Grant: Look, the only thing I can remember is--is the pain.

John: Ah.

Grant: So, what?

John: Not much.

Grant: Look at me.

Frankie: She got to you.

Cass: She most certainly did not get to me.

Frankie: I expected it from the clucks I used to date at home, but you, Cass, well...

Cass: What got to me was that you, my beloved, made me out to be some kind of a gigolo to your mother, no less.

Frankie: I never said you were a gigolo.

Cass: Well, thank you very much.

Frankie: I said you were a cad.

Cass: I'm sure there's a fine distinction there, but it's eluding me.

Frankie: Cass, there is a simple explanation here.

Cass: Yeah, well, that's eluding me, too.

Frankie: You see, well, Mama called me at around Christmas time after Cecile had just left and Caroline was spreading her Christmas cheer.

Cass: Oh, you mean, when you were furious with me?

Frankie: Right. So, I guess I mouthed off to Mama about this...

Cass: Gigolo.

Frankie: Cad, I definitely said cad.

Cass: Ok.

Frankie: Now, how was I supposed to know then that I was going to end up engaged to you?

Cass: You know, Emma is deniably not disposed toward liking me.

Frankie: Oh, well, I like you.

Cass: Yeah?

Frankie: Yeah.

Cass: And we both know how long it took for that to happen.

Frankie: Yeah, so, you'll win her over eventually.

Cass: I'm not sure my charms work on suspicious mothers.

Frankie: Oh, go on. Get in there and dazzle her with that Winthrop smile.

Cass: I'm going to have to do that later. I have a meeting with Michael and Donna.

Frankie: Oh. About their son, uh?

Cass: Yeah. I'll tell you what. I shouldn't be too long, so why don't we meet at the Pelican in an hour or so and spend some time together, just the two of us?

Frankie: Oh, in an hour or so I will be chomping at the bit to get away from that woman, so I will see you in an hour at the Pelican.

Cass: At the Pelican.

Frankie: Ok.

Cass: Ok.

Frankie: Giving Sharlene the white glove test?

Emma: There's nothing wrong with a clean house, Mary Frances.

Frankie: Mama, I have to talk to you.

Emma: And it's nothing good, by the tone of your voice.

Frankie: Why were you so rude to Cass?

Emma: I was not rude. I was straightforward.

Frankie: Who needs you to be straightforward?

Emma: Now, I asked him a few questions. Is there something wrong with that?

Frankie: It depends on the questions and how they're phrased.

Emma: Ooh, I'm not going to be censored by you, young lady.

Frankie: I couldn't do that, Mama, even if I wanted to, but I am going to ask you to ease off.

Emma: Ease off?

Frankie: Relax. Cool it. I love him, Mama. He's a good man.

Emma: Honey, I'm not saying that he's not, but aren't I allowed to find that out for myself?

Frankie: How are you going to find it out for yourself when all you do--

Sharlene: Hi. I'm sorry I had to run off. Guess you're probably kind of hungry, Emma. I'll fix you a sandwich.

Frankie: It's a little late for lunch, Sharlene.

Sharlene: Not if you're hungry, it's not.

Emma: Sharlene, where have you been?

Sharlene: Just back off, ok? Both of you, just back off.

Sam: Put the tape--put the tape in the slot. Put the tape in the slot. There you go. Oh, oh. All right, now close the door. There you go. Now push play. Push play. Yeah, no, push the button. Push--yeah, that's it. Ah, well, maybe next year.

Jamie: It's a great gift, Sam

Sam: I got you lots of tapes, kid. Let's see. What'd I get you? I got you "Hansel and Gretel" all right? I got you "Puss in boots." I got you Tina Turner--nope, that's for Dad, sorry.

Jamie: Just don't let Steven get hold of any of that stuff, Alli. That could be a big mistake.

Sam: Put it back? Ok. I missed you. Hey, hey, I missed you. I hate being away from you.

Jamie: So why'd you go, Sam?

Sam: Mm--ooh, you don't like that. I thought I explained that.

Jamie: No. No, you didn't.

Sam: Alli, tell you what. Come here. Ah, woo! Tell you what, tomorrow you and I are going to take a walk in the park, just you and I, ok?

Jamie: And you didn't tell anyone why or where you would be.

Sam: I'm here now, aren't I?

Jamie: Amanda's been very worried about you.

[Doorbell rings]

Sam: What are you eating on? [Makes chewing sounds] You want some?

Jamie: Hi, Olivia.

Olivia: Hi. Sam's still here, isn't he?

Jamie: He's standing right over there with his daughter.

Olivia: Thanks. Sam? Hi, Alli. How you doing? Oh, you're so sweet.

Sam: Yeah, she sure is. She's my best girl, aren't you?

Olivia: I need to speak to you alone, Sam.

Jamie: I'll go check on Steven.

Sam: Thanks, Jamie. All right, come on, let's go outside, shall we? Come on, let's go outside, you and I.

Olivia: Sam, it's wonderful to have you back. You look great.

Sam: You said you needed to talk to me about something. What's so urgent?

Olivia: Right, well... I hate this.

Sam: Well, you said I might be in some sort of trouble.

Olivia: It's about Amanda.

Sam: I thought I made myself clear on that point. I don't want you interfering with my marriage.

Olivia: I know. And I don't want to, believe me.

Sam: Then get to the point.

Olivia: Ok. I happened to be at the Pelican, and who should be sitting together but Vicky and Amanda.

Sam: Go on.

Olivia: They were talking about the theft at Cory, and I heard Amanda say--

Sam: What did you hear Amanda say?

Olivia: She said that she believed that you were responsible, and that you set up Evan to look like the guilty party.

Police officer: No Bates. No nobody.

Courtney: Except for Amanda.

Police officer: There's a rear exit.

Courtney: Figures. You want to tell me about it, Amanda?

Amanda: Tell you about what?

Courtney: Evan.

Amanda: I already told you. He isn't here.

Courtney: That's right, you did. But the question is, when was he here?

Amanda: Before.

Courtney: Oh, come on, Amanda.

Amanda: He called me this morning and asked me to come over.

Courtney: What are you afraid of?

Amanda: I'm not. It's just that I--

Courtney: What?

Amanda: Evan is very upset about the charges brought against him.

Courtney: He's in a whole lot of trouble.

Amanda: He knows that, which is why he has been reviewing all of the work that Comsec has done. And he has come across a major error.

Courtney: Which was?

Amanda: Evan is almost certain that there hasn't been a theft. It's all been a mistake.

Courtney: Oh, he is certain of that, is he?

Amanda: Yes, it's a possibility, Courtney.

Courtney: Do you buy that?

Amanda: I said it is a possibility. I figured I had to at least hear him out. I'm not exactly a computer whiz.

Courtney: Well, you know, I know a little bit about computers, and I would love to hear Evan explain away a transfer of over a million dollars into a bank account he probably set up.

Amanda: There isn't a bank account. He swears that there isn't one.

Courtney: Where is he, Amanda?

Amanda: He's at the bank. He's getting his records, and he's talking to the president of the bank.

Courtney: You're sure he's there now?

Amanda: I don't know where he is now, Courtney. He just asked me to stay here and wait for him. Look, I can't do this anymore.

Courtney: Where are you going?

Amanda: I have a business to run.

Courtney: Amanda, I hope you are telling the truth, because the D.A. thinks they've got enough evidence against Evan to begin charges of grand larceny. I hate to see you brought in as an accessory.

Michael: Just talk to me, ok?

Donna: What's wrong? I don't want to have dinner with Jake.

Donna: I didn't invite Jake, Marley did.

Michael: Great. Then I will un-invite him, ok?

Donna: That's fine with me.

Michael: There's something wrong with Marley.

Donna: Why do you say that?

Michael: Because Marley never would have come home unless something was wrong, and she's not going to tell us what it is if Jake is there.

Marley: How did you ever get into a business deal with Donna?

Jake: I needed money. I told Donna if she would provide it, I would stay away from both her daughters.

Marley: I see.

Jake: She took the deal, and the rest, I hope, is history.

Marley: Mm-hmm. Now it all makes sense.

Jake: Visions is really starting to take off. For the first time in my life, I feel like I have a future.

Marley: With my mother.

Jake: She's my partner.

Marley: Oh, I can't imagine Donna doing anything like that.

Jake: Her and Michael split. She needed someone she could count on.

Marley: I'm sure. I'm glad to see that they're together.

Jake: A lot's happened since you've been gone.

Marley: Mm, I'm sure.

Mikey: Vicky, uncle Jake?

Marley: No, I'm Marley. Can I have a hug though? And a kiss? Can I have a kiss?

Jake: Hey, hey give me some of that. Come here.

Mikey: Pick me up.

Jake: Pick you up? Ok, I'm going to pick you up. And you know something? I'm not going to let you down except for meals like broccoli.

[Doorbell rings]

Donna: What now? Cass, hi.

Cass: Hello, Donna. Oh, good, Michael, you're here.

Michael: Cass, what's wrong?

Cass: Well, um, I'm sorry to disturb you, but I need a decision from you within 24 hours.

Michael: What kind of decision?

Donna: Has something happened?

Cass: I talked to the Miller's attorney today, and they're ready to go to court to fight for custody. Now, is that what the both of you want?

Sam: I don't believe it.

Olivia: Sam, I heard her. She's saying that you took the money and set up an innocent man. I'm only telling you what I heard.

Sam: I really don't give a damn what you heard.

Olivia: How can you say that? Look, you just can't pretend that it didn't happen, that I didn't hear it--

Sam: I wish you would stop trying to make trouble.

Olivia: She was telling it to Vicky.

Sam: And I wish you would mind your own business.

Olivia: Vicky, the biggest mouth in Bay City.

Sam: Get out.

Olivia: You are unbelievable.

Sam: I said get out.

Olivia: Amanda has turned on you. Can't you see that?

Sam: Didn't I make myself clear? I said I wanted you to leave.

Olivia: Fine, I'll go. But I am telling you that every word of what I said is the truth. And I cannot for the life of me figure out why you still want to defend Amanda.

Sam: Because I love her.

Evan: Where have you been? I gave up on you.

Amanda: Where do you think I was? Did you really think that Courtney's just going to let me go?

Evan: What'd you tell her?

Amanda: I told her that it was a computer error. How did you get in this office?

Evan: Don't worry about that. Don't worry. What did she say when you mentioned the computer?

Amanda: What do you think she said?

Evan: She didn't believe a word of it, did she?

Amanda: She told me I could be considered an accessory to a crime.

Evan: But you came anyway.

Amanda: Evan, please. We've got to get this started, all right? If anybody catches us, then we're really going to be in deep.

Evan: Ok. I've been busting my butt trying to break into this new computer system, but I can't do it without the new codes.

Amanda: Here. I got them from the computer room.

Evan: You're a life saver, no pun intended.

Amanda: Just get started, all right? We don't have a lot of time--

Evan: How long is Iris going to be in that meeting?

Amanda: I don't know. Everything's in turmoil here, thanks to you. Everyone around here is blaming everyone else for what happened.

Evan: Bingo.

Amanda: That's it?

Evan: Yeah, I'm into the bank system, and all I have to do is shift some numbers. One million plus into the Cory account and the transactions in and out of the account are hereby deleted.

Amanda: There's no way they can be traced?

Evan: No way. I will simply enter 1,250,000 to the asset line of the accounting program. Voila. And the computer tells us that all things are in perfect balance, just the way it should be.

Amanda: That's it?

Evan: That's it. Like it never happened.

[Knock on door]

Sharlene: Okey-dokey, here we go.

Frankie: It's all right, Sharlene, I already made her a sandwich.

Sharlene: Well, you might have told me that. Spared me a little trouble.

Emma: But who knew what you were doing?

Sharlene: Who bothered to ask? Well, I'm not your servant.

Emma: Well, now that sounds familiar. Sharlene, what's gotten into you? Sharlene? Sharlene? Sharlene?

Sharlene: Emma?

Frankie: Are you ok?

Sharlene: Yes, I'm fine. I'm fine.

Frankie: When you were so late, we got worried about you, Sharlene.

Sharlene: Oh, I'm sorry. I'm--I'm really, I'm sorry. I--I--I lost track of the time some--I'm really sorry.

Frankie: It's ok. Don't worry about it.

Sharlene: Is John upset?

Frankie: He had an emergency at the hospital. He said he'd be back as soon as he could. Here you go, Mama.

Sharlene: Oh, ok. Well, fine. That's fine. So...

Frankie: Look, I've got to get going. I'll speak to you both tomorrow, ok?

Sharlene: Oh, where are you running off to?

Frankie: Home. I've got a ton of things to do. Look, Sharlene, I don't want you to feel swamped by the party on Friday, ok?

Sharlene: Swamped? Frankie, for my favorite niece and her wonderful man--what, are you kidding?

Frankie: It's just an informal gathering. Cass and I'll do all the work.

Sharlene: No, you won't do any work. I will do everything. All you do is show up, honey. That's--that's all.

Frankie: Sharlene, I am serious. All you do is provide the space, ok?

Sharlene: Anything you say.

Frankie: Thank you.

Sharlene: Do whatever you like. Isn't Cass great? Did you meet him--

Emma: Ah-ha. You're the one who's encouraging her in this.

Frankie: Oh, here we go again.

Sharlene: What do you mean, Emma?

Emma: I mean I'm worried.

Frankie: Worried?

Emma: Concerned. Honey, Cass is charming. He is too charming. He's like a lady's man.

Frankie: Oh, Mama. That's just his facade. He's--underneath, he's really this warm, caring person. He loves me.

Sharlene: I can vouch for that, Emma.

Emma: He's a lawyer.

Frankie: Yeah?

Emma: And he has money.

Frankie: Once in a while.

Emma: But--I mean, you don't have the same background.

Frankie: So what?

Emma: I don't want to see you reach too high. That has spelled trouble for Frame women every time.

Jake: I better be taking off.

Marley: Why?

Jake: Well, they need to talk to Cass. I think I'd only be getting in the way.

Marley: We could go into the other room.

Jake: I'll take a rain check.

Marley: For when?

Jake: Another time. Before you leave, I would like to talk to you.

Marley: I'll walk you out.

Cass: The short version is you can fight for custody of Mikey if you want to.

Donna: Of course we want to fight.

Michael: That's right.

Cass: Well, then I have to be honest with you, your best chance of winning is to play hard ball.

Donna: And how do we do that?

Michael: We get down. We get dirty.

Cass: We bring in psychiatrists to say that they're incompetent parents. We trot out anyone who can help us prove that they lost Mikey due to negligence.

Donna: But how do we do that?

Cass: We dig into their history, come up with family problems, personal problems.

Michael: This is going to get ugly.

Cass: Very.

Michael: I think Donna and I should talk about this first.

Cass: Good, that's what I would suggest. But remember, I do need to know within 24 hours.

Michael: All right, Cass. Thank you.

Cass: Thank you.

Marley and Jake: Lunch?

Cass: Excuse me. Marley, nice to see you again.

Marley: You, too. The thing you eat in the middle of the day, yes.

Jake: Tomorrow?

Marley: 1:00? Whatever's good for you.

Jake: That would be tricky.

Marley: Why are you making this so hard for me, Jake? What's so difficult about saying yes? I could handle a no, too.

Jake: Why are you doing this?

Marley: I told you I think we need to talk.

Jake: I guess we do.

Marley: So will you meet for lunch? Or call and set something else?

Jake: I'll call.

Marley: Promise?

Jake: I promise.

Marley: What did Cass say? Any news on Mikey?

Michael: Actually, it's really a long story.

Marley: Is it bad news?

Donna: We'll talk about it later, darling. Right now we want to enjoy having you home.

Michael: You know, you look terrific.

Marley: Thank you.

Donna: Why don't you come and sit and give us all your news?

Michael: Sit down. You know, actually, you ought to tell us why you came back. I mean, things aren't going too well for you in Los Angeles?

Marley: No, no. Everything's fine. And I'm actually not here for that long. I'm on my way to Europe. I just thought now would be a good time to stop by and see you two. And talk to Jake.

[Knock on door]

Grace: Mrs. Wheeler, it's Grace from the Art department.

Amanda: What do we do?

Evan: [Whispers] Shh, be quiet.

Grace: Mrs. Wheeler?

Amanda: She's gone. All right, let's get out of here, all right? Let's go.

Evan: Listen, wait. Before you go, if I ever had any doubts about your love for me, they're gone now.

Amanda: It's over, Evan.

Evan: It's over?

Amanda: Yes.

Evan: Then why did you cover for me? Why--why'd you come here?

Amanda: Because I wanted to get everything straightened out. Everything.

Evan: So now it's just another lie?

Amanda: All right. I can't help but feel partly responsible for what you've done.

Evan: Oh, so you're doing this out of guilt?

Amanda: Yes, that's exactly why I'm doing it. We're even now. It's over.

Evan: No, it'll never be over. Because you and I belong together. You know it as well as I do.

Amanda: I'm going back to Sam. I'm going to tell him everything, and I'm going to ask him to forgive me.

Evan: You went back to him before and it didn't work out. Amanda, there's nothing left in your marriage.

Amanda: You're wrong. This time's going to be different.

Caroline: Hello, stranger.

Frankie: Oh, Caroline, hello.

Caroline: Well, what are you doing here?

Frankie: Waiting for Cass.

Caroline: Well, I hope you've got a comfortable seat.

Frankie: You know, it's a little bit warm in here. Maybe I should take off my ring.

Cass: Hi.

Frankie: Hi. I was just telling Caroline our wonderful news.

Cass: Oh?

Caroline: You didn't even have the common courtesy to let me know.

Cass: Well, I thought everyone knew--

Caroline: Do you enjoy seeing me make a fool of myself?

Cass: Caroline, I never meant--

Caroline: I know exactly what you meant. This is going to backfire. This marriage isn't going to work. You and Frankie are much too different. But I certainly wish you the very best of luck.

Cass: I'm sorry about that.

Frankie: She's right, Cass. We are different.

Cass: Well, I certainly hope so. I would never marry someone like me.

Frankie: Would you please not joke now?

Cass: Now you listen to me, Mary Frances. We're not going to worry about what Caroline thinks or what your mother thinks. What the hell do they know? I love you. I've never been surer of anything in my entire life. Look into my eyes and believe.

Sharlene: I wish that I'd been here when you met John. I was really looking forward to that. He's wonderful, isn't he?

Emma: Oh, and he loves you. There is no doubt about that.

Sharlene: Yes, yes, he does.

Emma: Honey, he's real concerned about you.

Sharlene: He is?

Emma: Mm-hmm.

Sharlene: Oh, Emma. That's about the hypoglycemia. That's no big deal really. It's just my doctor husband looking after me.

Emma: Sharlene, I think I said something I shouldn't have said.

Sharlene: Oh, what?

Emma: I told John about what happened back home.

Sharlene: What happened?

Emma: That time you had the little problem and we put you in the hospital.

Sharlene: I was hospitalized? When?

Emma: You are right. It never happened. And the best thing any of us could do just forget all about it.

John: What are you doing?

Grant: Well, I'm getting on my tap shoe to tap dance all the way back to my hotel.

John: That's not a good idea, Grant.

Grant: Did you bring the test results?

John: Your condition has deteriorated.

Grant: I didn't need you to tell me that.

John: No, I guess not.

Grant: So what is the problem of me going back to my hotel? You can't do anything for me here. What am I supposed to do? Hang out in a hospital bed? Look, I intend to live what's-- what's left of my life.

John: Grant, you got to try not to get discouraged.

Grant: Ha, right. I finally meet somebody that I want to spend the rest of my life with, and I finally have to cash it in.

John: Wait a minute.

Grant: For what?

John: The experimental drugs. We should be hearing from the D.T.A. soon.

Grant: I thought what's-her- name 86'd it a long time ago.

John: Elaine doesn't even have to know about this. It's just between you and me.

Grant: You're a good man, doc. Thank you.

Amanda: Hello, anybody home? Hello?

Jamie: Amanda.

Amanda: Oh, hi, Jamie. I'm glad you're here. I rented some videos. I didn't feel like watching them by myself--

Jamie: Sam's back.

Amanda: When did he get home?

Jamie: Just a little while ago. He's upstairs with Alli.

Amanda: I gotta go talk to him.

Jamie: Wait.

Amanda: What?

Jamie: Don't--

Amanda: Don't what?

Jamie: Evan Bates isn't worth it.

Amanda: How dare you assume--

Jamie: Don't throw your marriage away for a fool like him.

Amanda: Who are you to judge Evan? And who are you to lecture me on marriage?

Jamie: I just don't want to see you make a mistake.

Amanda: My only mistake has been lying.

Jamie: So, you're going to tell Sam what happened?

Amanda: Yeah. I'm going to tell him the whole story, everything. And then I'm going to try to save our marriage.

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