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Another World Transcript Tuesday 4/25/06
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Jamie: Vicky? What are you doing here?
Jamie: I told you this was a ridiculous idea and I thought that you told me that--what do you mean nothing?
Marley: I'm not Vicky.
Donna: Bridget? Mikey? Took Mikey out for hot dogs and to a movie. Will be home in time for supper. Michael?
Donna: Hi, Jake.
Jake: Well, I see we both made good time from the airport.
Donna: Ah, yeah. I was just wondering when you were going to give me the tape. Are you going to bring it over now?
Jake: Did I say I was going to give you the tape, Donna?
Donna: Come on, Jake, don't play games with me. You just told that you were.
Jake: Well, I thought I'd get rid of it.
Jake: Why not? I thought that's what you wanted.
Donna: No. I--I'd rather do that myself.
Jake: Don't you trust me, Donna?
Donna: It's not that. It's just--never mind.
Jake: Actually, I do mind. But I'll bring you the damn tape. As a matter of fact, I have a couple of suggestions what you can do with it.
Donna: No, don't bring it. Hello? Hi. I've been trying to call you. You haven't returned any of my calls.
Vicky: I need to talk to you about Jake.
John: [Sighs] Well, I--today was a real positive day. I feel like we're finally really getting somewhere. It's a big first step we made today.
Sharlene: I wish I could be as enthusiastic as you are, John. But--
John: Hey, come on. I know this is not going to be easy.
Sharlene: Dr. Benson said it would be a long process.
John: She said that it could be a long process. That's a big difference.
Sharlene: And she said that patients often never fully recover.
John: Come on, Sharlene.
Sharlene: And I've got this thing inside me and maybe I always will, John.
John: Sharlene, if you--
Sharlene: John, face it. Sharly may never go away.
Amanda: Sole beneficiary: Sam Fowler.
Sam: Amanda. What were you reading?
John: Don't you think you're going a little bit overboard?
Sharlene: John, what's going to happen to us?
John: Well, it is possible that you'll have a full recovery.
Sharlene: It's possible.
John: Sharlene, I know that you've gone through hell. But I know how strong you are. You will recover.
Sharlene: What am I going to tell Josie?
John: Don't worry about Josie. Josie loves you so much. The only thing that she's going to want to know is what she can do to help.
Sharlene: Might be good publicity for her, huh? Pretty good. "Star model has schizo mama."
John: Hey, quit it. Come on now, Sharlene. I don't want to hear you talk like that. It doesn't do anyone any good.
Sharlene: And you, John. What about you? What has this done to you?
John: I can handle it.
Sharlene: Come on, John. For months you've been living with two women. When I think about how hard you work and all the grief that I've put you through--
John: You make this sound like it's your fault.
Sharlene: It was my fault.
John: No, it wasn't. You heard what Dr. Benson said. She explained it to you.
Sharlene: I don't give a damn about her explanations, John. I could have stopped it.
Sharlene: I could've told you that there were things I couldn't remember. I could've told you that--that there were hours that I couldn't account for. Now, I knew something was wrong and I--I--I just thought it would go away.
John: Listen, it doesn't matter now. None of that matters. The only thing that matters is that we know the truth. You can be treated now.
Sharlene: I...hate feeling this way.
John: What way?
Sharlene: Oh, God, I wanted to be a loving partner to you. I wanted to be an equal.
John: Sharlene, you are. You are a loving partner. You are everything to me. You're my love.
John: Dr. Hudson. Yes, yes, all right. I've got to go to the hospital.
John: Would you like to come with me?
Sharlene: John, I'm not going to let you nursemaid me. You have patients to see.
John: It bothers me to leave you right now.
Sharlene: You can't stay with me all the time.
John: Are you sure you're going to be all right?
Sharlene: I'm calm. I am. No nerves. I think I'm just gonna go cook up a pie. You know how that cheers me up.
John: Ok. Just don't--
Sharlene: Don't what?
John: Maybe I should get a hold of Josie.
Sharlene: No, no. Not yet, John. I... I'm not ready to deal with that yet. I'm going to call Frankie. I'll get her to come over. Ok?
John: Good idea.
Sharlene: Don't you worry. I'll be fine.
John: [Sighs] We're going to get through this.
[Crying] Yes. How often do buses leave from there? To where? Um... anywhere. Uh, how far would $55 take me?
Evan: Amanda? Oh, Jeff, how are you doing? Well, yeah. How long you in town for? Well, unfortunately I got some plans for tonight. So I think that's out of the question. Yeah, well, just give me a call next time you're around. It's good talking to you. All right, bye. Come on, Amanda, open it.
Amanda: It's just some junk mail, that's all. It's nothing.
Sam: How are you feeling?
Amanda: Better, thanks. I took a nap. I feel better.
Sam: Good. Sorry I took so long.
Amanda: How was lunch with Caroline?
Sam: Oh, I don't know. I was thinking about you mostly.
Amanda: I've been doing a lot of thinking, too.
Sam: You have?
Amanda: Yeah. About a lot of things. Maybe just because I--I'm getting older.
Sam: Well, that only gets better.
Amanda: I mean, what if something were to happen to me?
Sam: What are you talking about?
Amanda: Well, ever since you've signed over the power of attorney, I have been feeling a little irresponsible.
Amanda: Suppose you were left alone to--to raise Alli? How would you--how would you manage that?
Sam: I don't understand what you're getting at.
Amanda: What I'm saying is maybe you should think about taking out a life insurance policy on me.
Amanda: Well, a lot of people do it.
Sam: This isn't like you, Amanda.
Amanda: Let's just say I thought maybe it would give us a sense of security.
Sam: Well, I don't feel insecure.
Amanda: Well, maybe it would give me a sense of security.
Sam: I thought you felt that way.
Amanda: I do--now. But there's no telling what could happen tomorrow.
Sam: You know, I've never known you to worry about this stuff. Why now?
Amanda: Oh, it's--
Matthew: Hey, big sister. Just came in to check on you.
Sam: Hi, Matt.
Matthew: How are you feeling?
Amanda: Better, thanks, Matt.
Matthew: Good. Oh, before I forget, Caroline's downstairs.
Sam: She is?
Matthew: Yeah. She said she forgot to tell you something over lunch.
Sam: Oh, I find that hard to believe.
Matthew: And get down there immediately, or--
Sam: ...Or I can find myself a new agent.
Matthew: Right, that's what she said.
Sam: I'll be right back.
Matthew: Oh, you're looking a heck of a lot better. What are you doing?
Amanda: I need to go somewhere.
Matthew: Well, you have to rest.
Amanda: Don't tell Sam that I'm leaving, all right?
Matthew: What if he comes back?
Amanda: Then just tell him that I went for a walk or that I'm in the bathroom.
Matthew: I--I don't want to lie to him.
Amanda: Matthew, please. Just help me out.
Matthew: Where are you going?
Amanda: Matthew, please. Help me out with this, all right?
Matthew: I don't--I think you should get back into bed.
Amanda: Matthew! Help me.
Jamie: I'm here for a medical convention.
Marley: Oh, that's right. I saw all the people come in with the name tags and golf bags.
Marley: You sounded kind of annoyed when you thought I was Vicky.
Jamie: She said something about surprising me here and I--and I told her it was a bad idea.
Marley: Ah. Well, I hope you don't mind that I'm here.
Jamie: No, no, not at all. It's kind of nice to see a familiar face.
Marley: Mine must be pretty familiar.
Jamie: What are you doing here?
Marley: Oh, I'm on vacation, I guess.
Jamie: You're not sure.
Marley: No. I mean, yes. It's a vacation.
Jamie: When I talked to Vicky, she said she didn't know anything about you being here.
Marley: Well, that's because she didn't. I mean, she knew I was coming. She just didn't know when.
Jamie: Oh, I see.
Marley: It's beautiful here, isn't it?
Jamie: Yes, it is. Listen, how long do you think you're going to be here?
Marley: Uh--um--you'll have to excuse me. I have to get back to the party, all right?
Donna: What about Jake?
Vicky: You tell me.
Donna: Did something happen between the two of you?
Vicky: I was going to ask you the same thing.
Donna: I don't know what you're talking about.
Vicky: I think you do.
Donna: Jake and I are friends. We work together.
Vicky: And that's it.
Donna: Of course that's it.
Vicky: Then why does he push Marley away?
Donna: Because he realizes that it's over between them.
Vicky: When did he realize that?
Donna: Well, I don't know exactly when. But it seems that he's gotten enough maturity to realize that he can't make Marley happy.
Vicky: Does that make you happy?
Donna: I'm glad that she's not going to be hurt anymore.
Vicky: And you're not even curious as to how Jake got so mature lately?
Donna: I wouldn't even presume--
Vicky: Well, I--well, I would presume. I think it's strange. I mean, why would a guy who would have done just about anything to even hear from Marley a couple of months ago, all of the sudden just tell her to get lost?
Donna: I certainly hope he didn't put it that way.
Vicky: I--I figure something pretty big must have happened.
Donna: I--I don't have any idea.
Vicky: I think you do. I mean, I--I think that monumental thing was you.
Donna: You think wrong.
Vicky: Was it you?
Donna: Victoria, I really don't have--
Vicky: Answer me.
Donna: No, I won't answer you. People are trying to take my son away from me, Victoria. I've got a lot on my mind and I won't be cross-examined by you or anybody else.
Jake: Here's your damn tape.
Vicky: Jake, what a coincidence. We were just talking about you.
Grant: Look, have you checked her apartment? What about the Pelican?
[Sighs] You mean nobody has seen her? Look, Ted, just keep looking for her. I don't know where to tell you to keep looking for her. But just keep looking for the jerk.
[Knock on door]
Ann: Oh, happy I stopped by, I see.
Grant: Ann, what are you doing here?
Ann: Well, I'm not selling girl scout cookies. How about inviting me in?
Grant: But I--I'm really busy. I--
Ann: Oh, you haven't been busy in months.
Grant: Now, why are you here?
Ann: You know there was a time you wouldn't have needed to ask me that.
Grant: All right, I'm--I don't want us to fight.
Ann: All right, peace. I just stopped by to see an old friend.
Grant: That's all?
Ann: Well, we used to share a great deal, you and I.
Grant: I know that, and I have some great memories of those times.
Ann: Do you? I mean, do you really?
Grant: Of course I have. Why--why would you ask me like that?
Ann: Because I wanted us to remain friends.
Grant: We are friends.
Ann: Well, friends don't shut each other out.
Grant: [Sighs] We've had this conversation before.
Ann: It isn't just me. It's that you've turned your back on everything you used to know.
Grant: Look, I understand. You're hurt.
Ann: I--I don't see you anymore. And I don't hear from you. Yes, of course, I'm hurt. But I am also concerned about you.
Grant: Well, don't be.
Ann: Well, no one hears from you.
Grant: That's not true.
Ann: Our friends ask for you. I-Grant, I don't know what to say.
Grant: Tell them I'm fine.
Ann: Oh, Grant, does this woman really have you so wrapped around her--whatever, that you would turn your back on your old friends?
Grant: Look, maybe I have just realized what is important.
Ann: Well, this isn't sour grapes. This is a friend talking. If you stay with this woman, you're going to lose everything that you've worked so hard for. You are headed for trouble, congressman, big trouble.
Sharlene's voice: My love--and you are my love. This is the hardest thing I've ever had to do. You are the most wonderful, loving man. I know you'd stand by me. I also know how much it would cost you. And you've suffered enough because of me. I couldn't bear to see you hurt anymore. So, my love, I'm leaving you. I'm going away by myself in hopes that I will get well. And I want you to go on without me. I will come back to you if I can. You pray for me as I will pray for you. I'll call Josie later and then I'll tell her. But now all I can think about is you, and how much I love you, and I always will.
[Sniffs] That's why I know I'm doing the right thing. Good-bye, darling. And God bless.
Sam: Amanda. Matt, have you seen Amanda?
Matthew: Oh, uh, she went out for a walk.
Sam: She told you that's what she was doing?
Matthew: She mentioned it.
Sam: And you let her go?
Matthew: Well, she kind of insisted.
Sam: Well, I don't think it's a very good idea for her to be out walking. I don't think she's strong enough.
Matthew: It's ok. She--she looked ok to me.
Sam: You shouldn't have let her go.
Matthew: Come on, Sam, she went to get some fresh air. It's ok.
Sam: Rest is better. I--I just don't want to take any chances, ok?
Matthew: It's ok. I think Amanda is capable of making her own decision. She's not going to want to be treated like some helpless invalid. Come on, she's ok.
Sam: And that's why my plan for her is such a good idea.
Matthew: What is? What plan?
Sam: Well, I--I have a-I have a surprise that--it's going to be just what she needs.
Matthew: Just what she needs? What? Come on--come on, tell me.
Sam: Well, only if you swear to secrecy.
Sam: I know you.
Matthew: I'm cool. Lips are sealed.
Evan: Amanda, are you ok?
Amanda: No, I am not.
Evan: Come in, sit down.
Evan: Can I get you something, some tea or--
Amanda: No, I can't stay. I just needed to talk to you. I don't know where else to go.
Evan: Ok. What's going on?
Evan: Well, it's just an insurance policy... on your life.
Amanda: With Sam as the beneficiary.
Evan: Well, I never thought he'd go this far.
Amanda: I am still not sure that he has.
Evan: Can there be any doubts now?
Amanda: I brought the subject up. I pretended that it was a good idea for him to take out an insurance policy on me and he-- he didn't say anything.
Evan: Of course not. You see he don't--he doesn't want you to know about this.
Amanda: It's got to be some kind of a mistake.
Evan: Does that look like Sam's signature to you?
Amanda: Yes. But I don't--why would he hide this from me? I--I just can't understand. I don't believe that Sam would want to hurt me.
Evan: Well, he's not going to.
Amanda: I don't know what to do.
Evan: Well, I'm going to hire a P.I., and we're going to follow him around.
Amanda: Evan, no.
Evan: It's the only way to make sure.
Amanda: But he wouldn't want to hurt me. I know he wouldn't.
Evan: Just don't worry. Ok? Everything's going to be ok. Just let me handle it.
Bus driver: Leaving in 5 minutes, so you better get settled.
Sharlene: Any seat?
Bus driver: The only one reserved is mine.
Grant: All right, have you finished?
Ann: I am telling you this for your own good.
Grant: Ann, you make it sound as though I'm being self- destructive.
Ann: Well, I think maybe you are.
Grant: Look, things are just on hold for a while.
Ann: You can't afford to put things on hold.
Grant: Look, I--I deserve a little time off, damn it. I've been working 7 days a week for years and years and years.
Ann: Because you had a goal. You had a great goal, and it's still out there for you. Unless of course you've--you've for some reason, you've decided that you don't want it any more.
Grant: Ann, I am fine. Do you understand? I am fine. Nobody has done anything to me.
Ann: I know better. I mean, look at yourself.
Grant: Stop it! Damn it, will you stop it. I've been in a hospital. How the hell do you expect me to look?
Ann: But you're all right now. Aren't you?
Grant: Yes, I will be. As soon as I find somebody that I've been looking for.
Ann: That new woman. Well, where is she?
Grant: Ann, my personal life is no longer any of your business.
Ann: Well, why can't you find her?
Grant: Why can't you find a personal life and leave mine alone?
Ann: She can't be all that wonderful, or she wouldn't have deserted you when you--
Grant: You don't know what you're talking about. Sharly is the best thing that's ever happened to me.
Singer: Look at this face I know the years are showing look at this life I still don't know where it's going I don't know much but I know I love you and that may be all I need to know Look at these eyes they never seen what mattered look at these dreams so beaten and so battered I don't know much But I know I love you and that may be all I need to know
Vicky: What's on the tape?
Jake: Oh, it's just a tape your mother was anxious to have, so I brought it over.
Donna: I appreciate your bringing it over, but I really think it's too late for us to work. So I will look at--at it with you the first thing in the morning.
Vicky: No, not if it's important. Do it now.
Donna: No, I so seldom get a chance to visit with you.
Vicky: I can wait. Besides, I'd like to see your work.
Donna: No, don't be ridiculous. I'd rather spend the time with you.
Vicky: You were just about to throw me out.
Donna: I was teasing, silly. Jake, why don't you just take the tape back to the studio. We'll look at it first thing tomorrow morning. I promise.
Donna: I am sorry you came all the way over here for nothing--
Jake: Well, that's all right, Donna, I'm getting used to it. Have a nice day, Vicky.
Donna: Bye. I'll see you tomorrow.
Vicky: What was that all about?
Donna: Oh, Jake is just becoming a workaholic, you know. He feels that he can barge in here at any time of the day or night and work, work, work, work.
Vicky: What about play? Do you two ever have time to play?
Donna: I beg your pardon?
Vicky: Well, you know what they say about all work and no play?
Donna: Victoria, you will not speak to me this way.
Vicky: Ok. I won't speak to you this way again, if you can look me in the eye and tell me you are not sleeping with Jake?
Jamie: We look like we fit right in, don't we?
Man: Well, if the conference breaks early, why don't we join the party?
Jamie: Oh, why, Dr. Phelps, surely you're not saying that we should put on our evening duds and crash this soiree, are you?
Dr. Phelps: I need to practice my Franšais. What better way?
Jamie: First things first. And that means Dr. Hiver. You have to introduce me.
Dr. Phelps: If he's there tonight.
Jamie: Oh, why shouldn't he be?
Dr. Phelps: Hiver is very reclusive.
Jamie: So I've heard.
Dr. Phelps: I doubt he'll attend until he gives his speech.
Jamie: Excuse me for a minute.
Evan: Feeling better?
Evan: Well, I'm sure glad you came here.
Amanda: Well, I had to talk to somebody. I thought I was going to go crazy.
Evan: Oh, I bet this came as quite a shock to you?
Amanda: Yeah, I almost passed out. Again.
Evan: You're getting pretty good at that lately.
Amanda: It's nice to talk to somebody that believes me.
Evan: Did you talk to anybody else about this?
Amanda: My mother. She thinks that I'm imagining everything.
Evan: Well, that figures.
Amanda: You know, I think your idea makes sense.
Evan: My idea--oh, you mean about the P.I.?
Amanda: Yeah. And about checking with the salesman. To find out if it really was Sam that signed the policy. It's a good thing he's coming over.
Evan: Well, it is a good thing he agreed to come over. Then you can find out what is going on. You can just--
Amanda: And they can take action.
Evan: Listen, maybe you don't have to.
Amanda: I think this is just a mistake. I hope so.
Evan: Well, whatever it is, I just want you to know that I will always be here for you.
Amanda: Thanks, Evan.
Amanda: I don't even know what--how to say this.
Evan: Well, then just say it.
Amanda: I'm sorry I haven't always been good to you.
Evan: Ah, now don't start with the apologies and the guilt and everything. We all do what we have to do.
Amanda: But I've been so hard on you.
Evan: Yeah, but you've been going through hell lately. Now I know what you've been through. And at times like that we have a tendency to take it out on the people we care most about. I can handle it.
Amanda: Thanks for understanding.
[Knock on door]
Amanda: Mr. Levin.
Evan: Yeah. Mr. Levin, we've been expecting you.
Mr. Levin: Yes, yes.
Evan: Thanks for coming by.
Mr. Levin: Sure.
Evan: I would like for you to meet Amanda Fowler. This is Mr. Levin.
Mr. Levin: Amanda Fowler, I know the name well.
Amanda: So then you are the one that sold the insurance policy?
Mr. Levin: Yes, double indemnity, in case of accident. Very good policy.
Amanda: And the man--is this him?
Mr. Levin: Yes, that's the man. That's the one I sold it to.
Amanda: Thank you.
Evan: Well, again, thank you for coming by.
Mr. Levin: Mm-hmm.
Evan: And, uh...
Evan: I'm sorry.
Amanda: So am I.
Evan: This must be incredibly hard on you.
Amanda: There's got to be some kind of an explanation for this.
Evan: Amanda, I think it's kind of obvious.
Amanda: I can't stand this any more. I've got to go.
Evan: So, what are you going to do?
Amanda: I'm going to go talk to Sam.
Evan: Well, what good will that do?
Amanda: I'm going to find out why he did this.
Evan: Amanda, he's just going to deny any knowledge of that policy.
Amanda: I don't know what he's going to do. I just know that I can't live like this any more. I'm going to put an end to this.
Donna: Me, sleeping with Jake? Are you out of your mind?
Vicky: You still haven't answered my question.
Donna: Why would I sleep with Jake? This is ridiculous.
Vicky: I don't know. That's what I am trying to find out.
Donna: Jake McKinnon practically ruined Marley's life and yours.
Vicky: And I don't want him to do the same to yours.
Donna: The same to--what are you talking about?
Vicky: I don't want Jake to help you destroy your life.
Donna: Jake has nothing to do with my problems.
Vicky: He was awfully understanding when Michael left you. Everyone noticed. Same way he was when Jamie dumped me.
Donna: Well, it's not the same with me. And don't compare yourself to me.
Vicky: It's hard not to.
Donna: Victoria, stop looking at me like that. This is a ridiculous conversation. I'm telling you the truth about everything and I don't want it brought up again. Do you understand?
Vicky: I do love you.
Donna: I do love you.
[Laughs] Let's--let's forget that--that we had this conversation. I will if you will. Let's just pretend it never happened, all right? I'll call you in the morning, darling. Why don't we try to have lunch this week?
Sharlene: I was hoping I'd get home before you saw that.
John: Oh, Sharlene. Oh, God, I thought that--
Sharlene: [Cries] I know, I know. No, I don't know. I just want you to hold me.
John: I love you, dear God, I love you so much.
Sharlene: I tried to leave you, I did. I got on that bus and I tried to leave you. But I--
John: I'm never going to let you go. Never.
Sharlene: No matter how bad things are. Not matter how bad they are. Loving you was more important. It's worth everything. John--
John: Sharlene, we're going to get through this.
Sharlene: All I want is you.
John: Believe me.
Sharlene: Oh, I want you. You know that, don't you?
John: We're going to get through this. We're going to beat it. We're going to take it one day at a time and we're going to do it together.
Sharlene: It's not going to be easy.
John: I know.
Sharlene: You'll be here?
Sharlene: I love you.
John: I love you.
Sharlene: John, I tried. I tried so hard to do it. I didn't see any other way out. I didn't see a chance. I didn't see it at all.
John: It's ok. It's ok. You don't have to explain. I know what you're going through.
Sharlene: I don't want to hurt you.
John: Sharlene, you don't have to explain. All I want you to do is to trust me. You must. You must trust me.
Sharlene: I trust you. I hope you can trust me.
John: I have no doubts. Listen, there's some medication. Dr. Benson prescribed some. It will help you relax.
Sharlene: Ok. I'll take some.
John: Come on, sweetheart. Come on, just stretch out here. Let me go get it for you, ok?
Sharlene: John, wait.
Sharlene: Just hold me. Just hold me.
Matthew: That's exactly what she needs.
Sam: I think so, too.
Matthew: That's exactly what I need. And I'll go with you.
Sam: No, I don't think so. Thanks anyway.
Matthew: Come on, a lot of laughs I can be--
Sam: Yeah, well lots of laughs is not exactly what I was--had in mind.
Matthew: Well, whatever you're looking for, you know. But I won't say a word to her. And I think it's a terrific idea.
Matthew: Oh, here comes our princess now. Hello.
Sam: Hello. How was your walk?
Amanda: It was good, thanks. I needed some fresh air.
Sam: I wish you'd told me you were going.
Amanda: Well, I knew you would give me a hard time.
Sam: You were right. And I want you to get right back in bed. I'm going to go downstairs and check on something in the studio. And I'll be right back in to check on you.
Matthew: Better be a good girl. You have a demerit for that little outing.
Amanda: Will I get in trouble?
Sam: Well, I'm letting you off easy, but look out next time.
Amanda: I will.
Sam: I'll be right back.
Matthew: Well, I better get going, too. Josie is probably waiting.
Amanda: No, Matthew, you stay here.
Matthew: What's wrong? What's wrong, Amanda?
Amanda: I need to know what you and Sam are talking about.
Matthew: You overheard?
Amanda: Matthew, just tell me.
Matthew: Aw, no, I'm sworn to secrecy.
Amanda: This is not a joke. Damn it, Matthew.
Matthew: I promised Sam I wouldn't tell.
Amanda: I don't care what you promised to him.
Matthew: It's a surprise, for crying out loud.
Amanda: I've had enough surprises, Matthew. Don't you understand?
Matthew: Ok, ok, I'll tell you. Just don't tell him that I told you.
Amanda: I won't say anything. He'll never know.
Matthew: I'll tell you because you're my sister and you're freaking out. And I don't want you to have a nervous breakdown right in front of me.
Amanda: Matthew, please.
Matthew: It's very romantic, too.
Amanda: What's going on?
Matthew: It's very romantic. You're going to be very--
Matthew: Ok. He's planning a trip at the end of the week. Just the two of you on Jamie's boat. A tour of Lake Michigan. You two all alone.
[Rock music plays]
Singer: I know you have reservations and you're just along for the ride but I see a slight hesitation what are you trying to hide? Don't be afraid to bare your soul nothing you say could be too bold I'm growing old if you don't want my love tell me now 'cause I'll survive if you don't want my love well, I'm sure that somebody does tonight you make a grown man quiver
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