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Another World Transcript Friday 4/28/06
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Cass: You know what?
Cass: I'm in love.
Frankie: Is that right?
Frankie: With whom?
Cass: This red-headed woman named Mary Frances Frame. Ever heard of her?
Frankie: Can you prove it?
Cass: I thought I just did.
Frankie: Winthrop, what you just did will satisfy your own disgusting hormonal desires.
Cass: Yeah, but only temporarily.
Frankie: Thank goodness. I, however, am talking about love. Can you prove to me that you love me?
Cass: Give me a few decades and ask me again.
Frankie: I can.
Cass: Give me a few decades?
Frankie: No, to prove whether or not you love me.
Frankie: See this card.
Frankie: And this one?
Frankie: The next card--
Frankie: That I lay down, will tell the whole story, mister. This.
Cass: What? What--what's the story? Frankie, what are you doing? Frankie, where are you going?
Frankie: I'm moving back to my place.
Cass: What? Wait--wait a minute. Before we woke up, you said you never again wanted to wake up without me beside you.
Frankie: That was then, this is now. I--I've got to go. Sorry.
Frankie: Look, I love you very much, but I am leaving.
Sharlene: Here. Don't you go falling for any of those gorgeous nurses, ok?
Sharlene: Oh, John.
John: I've been going crazy--
Sharlene: I'm so glad I found you.
John: Are you all right?
Sharlene: I'm ok now, now that I've found you. Oh, John-John, I blacked out again, all night long. I don't know what happened.
John: You don't remember a thing?
Sharlene: No, not a thing. I remember I was--I was out at the farm yesterday.
Sharlene: And--and then the-- the next thing I know I--I was in my car out at West Edge--at West Edge mall.
John: What were you doing out there?
Sharlene: I don't know. John, I don't know. I don't know.
John: Oh, shh, shh, shh.
Sharlene: Oh, just hold me.
John: It's ok, it's all right. You're safe now.
Sharlene: Oh, I'm so scared.
John: It's ok. We're gonna make sure that Sharly doesn't do this to you again. I promise.
Amanda: I need to know what your private investigator found out. Has he talked to Sam?
Evan: I don't know. I haven't talked to him.
Amanda: Oh, great.
Evan: Did you speak to Sam about the insurance policy?
Amanda: No, I haven't spoken to anyone.
Evan: Why not?
Amanda: I was going to, then I found out Sam has a surprise planned for me.
Amanda: A trip on Lake Michigan, just the two of us on Jamie's boat.
Evan: You and Sam?
Amanda: Yes, I know. It scared me to death.
Evan: And you're not seriously thinking of going out there with him, are you?
Amanda: No, I'm going to the police.
John: I'm gonna take care of everything right now.
Sharlene: Oh, John, how--how can we do that?
John: Dr. Benson. Taylor, this is John. I found Sharlene. I.C.U. Great, thanks.
Sharlene: Dr. Benson, John.
John: She's on her way.
Sharlene: No, John, I just want to go home and be with you.
John: I don't think you should do that.
John: Because this might give Taylor the opportunity to find out what happens when Sharly emerges.
Sharlene: Well, John, I just want you to hold me, home, in our bed. That's all I want, ok?
John: Let's just wait and see what she has to say.
Sharlene: She'll just--she'll just want to have a session. She'll just want to hypnotize me.
John: Not necessarily.
Sharlene: I don't want that.
John: It might be good.
Sharlene: No. John, I just...
John: Hi, Taylor.
Taylor: Hello, Sharlene.
Sharlene: Maybe you're right.
Taylor: How are you feeling?
Sharlene: I'm confused.
John: She doesn't remember anything since leaving the farm last night.
Taylor: When did you realize?
Sharlene: Just a--just a little while ago. I was in my car out at--out at West Edge.
Taylor: How long ago was that?
Sharlene: Oh--I don't know... maybe a half an hour.
Taylor: How about if we go to my office?
John: That's a good idea. I'll drop by later.
Taylor: I'll call you.
John: Don't worry about anything. I love you.
Sharlene: I love you, too.
John: Hey, how you doing?
Grant: John, how are you? I thought I heard voices. Were you--were you standing outside my door?
Grant: Another patient?
John: No, it was my wife.
Grant: Ah, that's nice. Here to see hubby, huh?
John: Well, no, as a matter--as a matter of fact, she just happened to be here.
Caroline: Olivia, you scared me.
Olivia: I'm sorry. That's a nice picture of Sam.
Caroline: Thank you.
Olivia: Did you have it done?
Caroline: Yes. Are you looking for anything in particular?
Olivia: No, I was just shopping in the Cory complex.
Caroline: And you just happened to stop by and check out my gallery?
Caroline: And you had no idea that Sam was having a show here?
Olivia: I didn't know it was this week.
Caroline: That's funny; I remember seeing an invitation for you and Aunt Liz.
Olivia: Really? Must have gotten lost in the mail.
Caroline: Guess so.
Olivia: Sam's not around, is he?
Caroline: He'll be back in a few minutes.
Olivia: Where did he go?
Caroline: I don't know, but why don't you just stand there and admire his photograph.
Olivia: [Whispering] "Why don't you just stand there and admire his photograph?"
Sam: Everything all right?
Olivia: Yes, sure, fine.
Sam: Good. I just--just wondered.
Evan: You know what I think? I think maybe it's a little too soon to go to the police.
Evan: Well, we don't have enough hard evidence to prove that Sam is really trying to hurt you.
Amanda: He bought a gun.
Evan: And he took out some insurance.
Amanda: And the brakes on the car failed. I mean what--
Evan: Amanda, one by one, all of those things have a logical explanation. People buy guns, they don't hurt their wives. Brakes on cars do fail.
Amanda: What do you think, I'm just some--
Evan: No, I'm just trying to be objective with you and let you know what the police are going to say to you.
Amanda: How would we know that unless we went and talked to them?
Evan: Amanda, you have said to me yourself that sometimes you think it's all in your own mind.
Amanda: I know that, but that isn't going to change unless I know the truth.
Evan: Well, you're going to go to the police, and they're going to want real concrete evidence--not some type of speculation.
Amanda: I need to talk to somebody; somebody that I can trust.
Evan: What are you saying? You don't trust me?
Amanda: Someone besides you. Somebody that's impartial. I--I can't talk to my family. They won't even listen to me.
Evan: Yeah, I bet.
Amanda: Its always, "Amanda, Sam's trying so hard," or "marriage is something that you've got to work at."
Evan: And in the meantime he's getting the boat ready.
Amanda: You know what I was thinking?
Amanda: If he is crazy enough to want to kill me, what if he were to hurt Alli?
Evan: That's a very serious thought.
Amanda: I can't let him do that, Evan. I'm calling the police.
Evan: Wait--wait a second, just--just--
Evan: Just hear me out for a minute. The most important thing you can do right now is not to let Sam know that you suspect him. So I will call the police, and I'll arrange some kind of protection for you.
Amanda: You would do that?
Evan: Well, of course I would.
Amanda: I--I've been a nervous wreck all the time lately.
Evan: Well, you just sit there, and let me handle it. Hello. Yes, can I speak to a detective, please? It's about a possible attempted murder.
Cass: Frankie, will you be reasonable?
Frankie: Cards don't lie.
Cass: That's not being reasonable, that's being superstitious.
Frankie: Superstitious? You don't believe the cards tell the future.
Cass: The cards--the cards just fall. You tell the future.
Frankie: So humor me.
Cass: I will not humor you. You're moving out on me.
Frankie: Just until after the wedding.
Cass: Moving out is one thing-- the cards happen to say anything about, uh, [Whispering] A little hanky-panky?
Frankie: [Laughs] No.
Cass: Oh, good.
Frankie: The cards don't talk like that.
Cass: Then what did they say?
Frankie: They said that I should do this to ensure a long and happy future for both of us.
Cass: I don't believe this. This is a joke, isn't it? You're kidding.
Frankie: Incidentally, I--I've been thinking about the wedding date.
Cass: Yeah, did the cards say something about that, too?
Frankie: I said that I had been thinking.
Cass: Oh, excuse me.
Frankie: So, when would you like it to be?
Cass: Well, if you're going to be moving out on me until we get married, how about we make it tomorrow?
Frankie: Oh, you say the sweetest things sometimes, but I was thinking about the fourth of July.
Cass: The fourth of July?
Cass: [Laughs] The bride wore red, white and blue, while the groom was a vision in stars and stripes forever?
Frankie: So you don't want it to be on the fourth?
Cass: Sure, why not? I'll be a Yankee doodle dandy.
Frankie: See, the way I figure it is, that gives us 5 weeks, and gives me plenty of time for a dress, you know?
Cass: 5 weeks?
Frankie: Yeah, and plus on the fourth everybody will be off work so if they don't show up, we'll know it's because they don't really like us.
Cass: I'm going to have to sleep without you for 5 weeks?
Frankie: Aw, you're really hung up on this togetherness stuff, aren't you?
Cass: I'm hung up on you. Frankie, I love you.
Frankie: Enough to make me breakfast? Get my bag, will you?
Cass: Get your own bag.
Evan: Yes, it is a little discouraging, lieutenant. I would think the police would move in right on it. Yes, I guess I'll have to take your word for it, won't I? Thank you very much. Sure.
Amanda: What, they aren't going to do anything?
Evan: Not until he makes some kind of physical act or dire threat towards you.
Amanda: Well, what good are they?
Evan: Just take it easy.
Amanda: I am scared night and day. Doesn't it make any difference to them?
Evan: Amanda, listen to me. Now if Sam is going through all this trouble to plan this nice weekend trip, he's not going to do anything until then.
Amanda: And what does that mean?
Evan: You're safe until the weekend.
Amanda: That is something. Listen to me; I'm actually grateful that my husband isn't going to hurt me until the weekend.
Evan: Listen, you'll be ok. Just don't do anything that's going to upset him.
Amanda: Upset him? I don't do anything to upset him now.
Evan: And listen, I've got a P.I. working on this. Maybe he'll come up with some evidence and it'll force the police to move in.
Amanda: You think so?
Evan: Well, there is one other thing you could do.
Evan: Get a lawyer.
Amanda: I never thought of that.
Evan: You're not going to stay with Sam, are you? I mean, Cass Winthrop does handle divorce cases.
Amanda: Divorce? I guess I can't stay with Sam.
Evan: Listen, maybe that was a little premature. Don't think about that until you do get a lawyer. Just try to make it through the next few days.
Amanda: All right, I will.
Evan: Then we'll arrange it for you to leave Sam, and we'll put you some place safe.
Amanda: Thank you.
Evan: Don't thank me.
Amanda: I don't know how I'd ever get through this without you.
Evan: Yes, you do. The most important thing is that you do not tip Sam off that you know what's going on.
Amanda: I won't.
Evan: If you have any problems, I want you to call me, night or day.
Olivia: Well, I didn't know your show was this week. You must be excited.
Olivia: Ok, is there anything I can do?
Sam: No, no, I don't think so. Thank you for stopping by, though.
Olivia: Do you mind if I just sort of hang out a bit?
Sam: Well, Olivia--
Caroline: Sam, this painting is the wrong size.
Sam: I didn't mean that one. I meant the 10 by 14.
Caroline: Oh. Oh, good. You know, I do intend to put your photo in the front window.
Sam: You know, I was sure that I trashed this in one of my more creative moods.
Caroline: I know, and that's why I had another one made. It will be a great piece of publicity.
Sam: Caroline, I'm a happily married man.
Sam: Well, couldn't you find something a little more--
Caroline: All right, I'll go and see if I can find something to please the happily married man.
Sam: I--I--I meant to tell you, right after the opening I'm splitting. Amanda and I are going to be on a boat for the weekend, and I wondered whether I should just get cold cuts or should I have something fancy catered or...
Caroline: You know what I think? I think you should be hanging around this weekend. I'm gonna get much better prices if you help me schmooze the buyers.
Sam: Forget it. I'm disappearing with my wife.
Caroline: Oh, what a wonderful idea--but then you always were the hopeless romantic.
Sam: I know, I can see it now. Just the two of us out on deck, the stars--no family, no pesky art dealers--
Olivia: Excuse me, can anybody just walk in right now? It wouldn't be very good if someone walked in and saw Sam's stuff lying around like this.
Caroline: Why not?
Olivia: Because these are works of art. They should be hung with the proper lighting, the way they're supposed to be seen.
Caroline: This young woman is very astute. Maybe she might like to buy my gallery.
Olivia: Are you sure there's nothing I can do to help?
Sam: Yeah. Like I said, I'm gonna get the rest of the stuff out of the van. Excuse me.
Caroline: You're damn determined to get involved in Sam's life.
[Telephone rings] Excuse me. Stafford Gallery.
Evan: Hi, it's Evan. How are you?
Caroline: Hello, Evan. I'm fine. How are you?
Evan: Fine. You know, I just called to find out when that show of yours opens.
Caroline: In two days' time, and frankly I'd prefer it if you didn't come.
Caroline: The last thing I need is for you to be hanging around and the artist flipping out because you're still after his wife.
Evan: Well, I'm not coming. I just called to see if he'd be around this weekend.
Caroline: No, actually, he's taking Amanda out on a nice little boating trip. Can you picture it?
Evan: Isn't that sweet?
Caroline: Bye, Evan.
Olivia: So, I guess I'm not the only one who's noticed Evan Bates is after Amanda.
Caroline: Thank you for the privacy.
Olivia: You're welcome. I just can't figure out why Sam doesn't see it.
Caroline: You know what I can't understand? Why you and Evan don't leave Sam and Amanda alone.
Grant: Who does everybody just butt o???
Grant: Yeah, a lot more than yesterday.
John: Not a 100% though, huh?
Grant: Oh, I don't know, John. Will I ever be?
John: Well, anything's possible.
Grant: Come on, now. John, tell me, where do I stand?
John: The transfusions last night and again this morning have stabilized you, but still...
Grant: Staying right put, huh?
John: At least for the next few days, yeah.
Grant: Those transfusions, they only--they only last a little while, don't they?
John: Well, in your case, yes. See, the Protesia virus is destroying all of your red cells.
Grant: Unless, I can get that drug that they're developing in France right now, mm?
John: I spoke with Doctor Frame the other day. He should be making contact with Dr. Hiver.
Grant: Good, good, good, good. [Sighs] At least I want every chance I can get.
John: Listen, this woman that you've been seeing.
John: She knows what's wrong with you?
Grant: Yeah, yeah, I thought when she found out she'd run, but...
John: She didn't, huh?
Grant: No, no. You got to meet her, doc.
John: I'd like to. She's obviously given you an awful lot to live for.
Grant: Oh, yeah, she sure has.
Taylor: Sharlene, how did you feel when you realized where you were this morning?
Sharlene: Great. Did John say how long he was going to be? He's waiting for my call.
Taylor: You say you felt great?
Sharlene: Well, su--sure. Well, I was so relieved, you know.
Taylor: Not frightened?
Sharlene: Well, yes, I was-I was frightened, too.
Taylor: You see, I think it's important that we talk about your feelings. What you felt right before you blacked out.
Sharlene: You sure do subscribe to a lot of magazines, don't you?
Taylor: I think that if we could find out what you were feeling exactly, that we may begin to understand why Sharly comes into being. See, I think she handles a lot of your angry, negative feelings.
Sharlene: Yeah, well, you know, I'm really so tired. I think, maybe, if we could just do this another time.
Taylor: That doesn't sound like the Sharlene I know.
Sharlene: I--I can't help it if I'm tired, can I?
Taylor: You know, I keep noticing your jewelry. Do you normally wear earrings like that? Or does Sharly?
Sharlene: Oh, oh, I didn't even notice. See, I'm just--I'm so tired. I--
[Sighs] ...Maybe we could do this later. I could call you later.
Taylor: Well, if that's what you really want.
Sharlene: I think it would be best. I do. I think it would be best that way. I just--I thank you so much for your time. Thank you.
Taylor: Would you like to wait for John here in my office?
Sharlene: Well, no, now listen, I know that he's got rounds to make so I think it would be best if I just get some rest, and I'll just call him later.
Taylor: I'm sure you wouldn't want to leave without your husband, Sharlene?
Taylor: But then John isn't your husband, is he?
Taylor: He's not your husband, because you're not Sharlene. Isn't that right, Sharly?
Frankie: I have got to go.
Cass: Please don't leave me. Please don't go.
Frankie: I will come back for my suitcase later.
Cass: You're gonna be sorry, you know that?
Frankie: You're just mad at me because I ate the pumpernickel bagel.
Cass: I am talking about you walking out on me.
Frankie: I am not walking out on you. I am just making sure that we are two separate people until after the wedding.
Cass: You know what?
Cass: You're not going to be able to stay away.
Frankie: Is that right?
Cass: Come on, just one more day.
Cass: Come on. Come on.
Frankie: You're making it very hard.
Cass: You're telling me.
Frankie: Oh, it's not supposed to be hard now, is it, Cass? We are two grown-up people.
Cass: If you say so.
Frankie: I say so. I love you, and I'm out of here.
Cass: Yeah, yeah, [Indistinct]. You're abandoning me. Go ahead.
Frankie: I'm not abandoning you.
Cass: Yes, you are.
Frankie: Never mind. I am not falling for any of your guilt trips. Now, I love you, and I will see you later.
Cass: And you're abandoning me. Yeah, I'll see you around--
Frankie: And wipe your mouth, ok?
Cass: See you around the 4th of July.
Frankie: Oh, Amanda, hi.
Frankie: You here to see Cass?
Amanda: Yes, I am.
Frankie: Well, you know what? Be careful with him because he's very testy. I ate his pumpernickel bagel. He doesn't like that at all. See you later.
Cass: Don't pay any attention to her. I'm fine. Would you like some coffee?
Amanda: No, thanks
Cass: Sit down.
Amanda: Thank you.
Cass: Good to see you again.
Amanda: Yeah, same here.
Cass: Is there something I can do for you?
Amanda: Well, my father told me that you were a terrific lawyer.
Cass: I'm honored that he thought that.
Amanda: Since he's gone, I'm looking for someone that I know he would believe I could count on.
Cass: So there's some kind of problem?
Amanda: I need to know--I need to know what would happen if I were to get a divorce?
Cass: Amanda, I had no idea.
Amanda: Things have gotten kind of bad at home.
Cass: When we talked the other day about turning the power of attorney on your estate over to Sam, everything seemed fine.
Amanda: Yes, I know, but things have just gotten bad in the past few days. I'm not even sure this is the right thing to do.
Cass: You know, all marriages have problems.
Amanda: Yes, I know that.
Cass: A divorce is such a definitive, final solution, you know? Have you tried a marriage counselor?
Amanda: No, it's too late for that.
Cass: What has he done?
Amanda: He's--I think he's--oh, it's more than just one thing.
Cass: All right, but I've gotten to know Sam over the last couple of years. I know he loves you.
Amanda: I know he says that.
Cass: When I drew up the power of attorney, he talked about how hard he was working on the marriage.
Amanda: Cass, I really don't want to talk about personal things today, ok?
Cass: Divorce is a personal thing, Amanda.
Amanda: I need to know what my options are.
Amanda: Yes, and I also need you to promise me that you will not tell anyone, not even my mother.
Cass: Everything will be between client and attorney, or--prospective client and attorney, but I do want you to give it some more thought.
Amanda: All right.
Cass: And I also want you to take a look at this.
Cass: It spells out everything very clearly, including warning you not to move too quickly on something like this.
Amanda: I'll read it.
Cass: Then if you still want to proceed, call me and we'll talk.
Amanda: Thanks, Cass.
Cass: Amanda, are you sure I can't get you something to drink? Are you all right?
Amanda: No--yeah, I'm fine. I've gotta be going. Oh, I didn't even get a chance to congratulate you and Frankie.
Cass: Well, thank you.
Amanda: You must love her very much.
Cass: Yeah, I sure do.
Amanda: That's a wonderful thing--being in love.
Caroline: All right, all right. Your personal life is none of my business.
Sam: Thank you.
Caroline: As long as it doesn't interfere with your work.
Sam: Caroline, my personal life is my work. It's who I am, it's what I do, it's what I think, it's what I feel.
Caroline: That's not what I'm talking about and you know it.
Sam: All right. I will try to control it--my problems.
Caroline: Good, because there's something about your work right now. There's guts, and there's energy--for a change.
Sam: I--I don't need protecting.
Olivia: Ok. There's something I have to tell you, though, and you can go ahead and ignore it if you want.
Olivia: Evan just called here to find out when your show was opening.
Olivia: So, why would he do something like that if he wasn't planning something--
Sam: He could have 10 reasons for calling here, none of them having to do with Amanda.
Olivia: Sam, do you really believe that?
Sam: Look, I know Evan. He's a liar, and he's scum, and he's obsessed with my wife.
Olivia: Then why aren't you doing anything about it?
Sam: Like what? Like, like, like go crazy? Like go crazy, because he called to find out when my show was opening?
Olivia: He's obviously planning something.
Sam: I know Evan. I can handle this.
Olivia: Ok, fine, but what if Amanda is trying to--
Sam: I can handle my wife, too. Thank you.
Olivia: I hope you're right. Good-bye.
Sharlene: You think you're so bright. Yeah, I'm Sharly. So what?
Taylor: I've been anxious to meet you.
Sharlene: Is that right?
Taylor: Very anxious. Would you give me just a few minutes?
Sharlene: I know what you want.
Taylor: Oh, you do?
Sharlene: Yeah, you want to fix it so that loser can take control again all the time.
Sharlene: Sharlene--the farm lady. Her and that loving husband of hers, Dr. Dim.
Taylor: And you wouldn't want that?
Sharlene: It's not going to happen. I'm here to stay, got it?
Taylor: Oh, I understand exactly what you're saying, but what I want to know is why you felt you had to take over?
Sharlene: Because she--she's a wimp. She can't handle anything. She's a weak person. She always has been.
Taylor: And so you came on the scene?
Sharlene: Yeah, damn straight I did.
Taylor: How about the first time? The first time you came out-- that you took over. What--what is happening to Sharlene that she can't--
Sharlene: Look, look, look, look. I don't like hospitals, and I don't like doctors who ask a lot of dumb questions about things that happened years ago.
Taylor: So it makes you uncomfortable to talk about the first time?
Sharlene: I'm leaving.
Taylor: How about a cigarette? You know, there's no smoking in the halls. You're dying for a cigarette, aren't you?
Sharlene: Just don't start trying to analyze me.
Taylor: Ok, ok. Why don't you sit down?
Sharlene: No, thanks.
Taylor: You know, Sharly is such a pretty name. Is that why you chose it?
Sharlene: No, my brother gave me that name.
Taylor: This was Jason?
Sharlene: Yeah, Jason.
Taylor: Why did he call you that?
Sharlene: Hey, I said don't start with that analyzing stuff.
Taylor: I'm sorry. I just wanted to understand why he gave you that nickname.
Sharlene: Because he wanted to, ok? I'm leaving.
Taylor: Is that what you really want to do? There's someone I haven't spoken to this morning. Sharlene.
Sharlene: Shut up.
Taylor: What does Sharlene want to do? Go or stay?
Sharlene: What she wants doesn't matter. Sharlene is nothing, she's weak.
Taylor: I don't think she's weak at all.
Sharlene: What is--what does it matter what you think?
Taylor: I don't think Sharlene is gonna let Sharly walk out of here.
Sharlene: Oh, yeah? Watch me. Just watch--
Taylor: Sharlene, I'd like to speak with Sharlene, please.
Sharlene: Leave me alone.
Taylor: And so does John.
Sharlene: Leave me alone.
Taylor: He wants her to know that he loves her.
Taylor: That he wants her to get well.
Taylor: That he wants her to come out.
Sharlene: No. Oh! Oh. Dr. Benson.
Taylor: Hello, Sharlene.
Taylor: Come on. Come and sit down. You're ok. John and I brought you to my office while you were still Sharly.
Sharlene: Oh, my God.
Taylor: You're all right now. Try not to be upset. You had a blackout, but you're back now.
Sharlene: Where--where did I go? What did I do?
Taylor: You're all right.
Sharlene: What did I do?
Taylor: You're all right. You didn't do anything.
Taylor: Sharly took control.
Sharlene: How--how long was I--
Taylor: About--about 16 hours.
Sharlene: Oh, 16. How, God, it's worse.
Taylor: It was early yesterday. You're ok.
Sharlene: No, it's getting longer--it's longer.
Taylor: Sharlene, Sharlene, you made it back.
Sharlene: No. She's winning. She's winning.
Frankie: I came right over. I hope that's ok?
Evan: Yeah, that's fine. Are you ok?
Frankie: Ah, I'm great.
Frankie: I stopped by the farm, but Sharlene wasn't there.
Frankie: And I need to talk, to you. I'm here to talk to you.
Evan: Ok, so talk.
Frankie: I need you to keep somewhere around the 4th of July open on your social calendar.
Evan: Did you and Cass set a date?
Frankie: Yeah. How could you tell? Did he call you?
Evan: No, it's written all over your face. It's not hard to see. Congratulations.
Frankie: Thank you. So, you'll be there?
Evan: Hey, I'll be there in the front row.
Frankie: Ok. Oh, I'm so glad you're here for me.
Evan: Listen, if you need anything, just ask me.
Frankie: Ok. I'm--I'm not too close to my brothers, you know, and I'm not sure how many relatives are going to show up. They'll either be working too hard or broke or--
Frankie: Yeah. Guess that's what makes our family the weirdoes that we are.
Evan: Well, except for you and me.
Frankie: That's right.
Evan: Sometimes I wonder how some of us managed to stay sane.
Frankie: Some of us didn't. You know what always gets me is how everyone in our family has always had to fight like crazy just to have a good life, you know?
Evan: Yeah, I know, it's a very lonely existence growing up that way, let me tell you.
Frankie: You didn't even have a family you could talk to.
Evan: Sometimes I'd say, hey, it doesn't matter. But then I'd be somewhere and something would happen and I'd realize that it does matter.
Frankie: I'm always pushing for more, you know? Like I can't believe it when it happens.
Evan: That's life. You know, we're never happy. We always want more, and we never appreciate what's right in front of us.
Evan: Not you. Yeah, you're--I mean you're in love, you're about to marry this successful guy, great guy. Not bad for a Frame.
Frankie: I know. Ain't that something?
Evan: But I'm gonna let you in on a little secret, between you and me. Things are working out for me.
Evan: Yeah, Evan's about to put one in the win cup.
Frankie: Wait a minute, I thought that Amanda had said that it was over and that was that?
Evan: Well, she's definitely leaving Sam.
Frankie: How come?
Evan: Don't ask me. I've got nothing to do with it.
Frankie: But you're pretty sure it's going to happen?
Evan: I'm positive.
Frankie: You know, Evan, you have been hurt in the past, and I would hate to see that happen again.
Evan: Well, it won't. There's one thing I'm sure of this time: I am not going to lose.
Sam's voice: One man, one heart.
Amanda's voice: Four hands, two hearts.
Sam's voice: Our friends are gathered here to witness our coming together.
Amanda's voice: Two people becoming one couple, witnessed in love by those whom we love most.
Sam: Although we're from different worlds, although we have different needs, and strengths, we are bonding together today.
Amanda: For as long as we each draw breath, we shall be one. A family created by caring, passion, friendship, and trust.
Sam: We promise to be faithful to one another.
Amanda: We will always share truth together.
Sam: No matter what pressures are brought upon us, we will not allow ourselves to be swayed by those around us.
Amanda: We will always love one another.
Sam: We will never stray.
Amanda: We will never hurt each other.
Sam: Only secrets will destroy what we create.
Amanda: Our little family will gain strength from the love that we share.
Sam: If one us strays and loves another, the other will be justifiably angry.
Amanda: Our love will protect us, no matter what.
Sam: If one of us strays and loves another, the entire fabric of our relationship will be torn apart.
Amanda: Sometimes there are reasons why those who love each other make mistakes.
Amanda: Love is forgiving.
Sam: The wages of sin are death.
Sam: There you are.
Amanda: I thought you were still going to be at the gallery.
Sam: No, I've been looking for you. Where you been?
Taylor: Page Dr. Hudson and have him come right in. Thanks.
Taylor: Sharlene, we have to get one thing absolutely clear. Sharly is not winning.
Sharlene: 16 hours.
Taylor: How many hours doesn't matter.
Sharlene: Maybe not to you. When I called for Sharlene, you took control. Now who does that tell you is basically stronger?
Sharlene: I hate the whole idea.
Taylor: Sharlene, you have got to believe in your own strength.
Sharlene: How can I, when my life's falling apart because of her?
Taylor: Your life is not falling apart. John knows now, and he understands.
Sharlene: And how much longer can he keep doing that?
Taylor: Why do you think Sharly exists?
Sharlene: I don't know.
Taylor: Because they are parts of a personality that help you deal with certain feelings, certain situations.
Sharlene: Maybe. I don't know.
Taylor: In a sense, although Sharly isn't your friend, she's not completely your enemy.
Sharlene: I guess.
Taylor: I know this is difficult, but bear with me. When I mentioned Jason to Sharly, she became very
[Indistinct]. Why is that?
Sharlene: I don't know. Jason was... I loved him anyway. He was murdered last year.
Taylor: I know.
[Knock on door] Come on in, John.
John: Hi. How is it going?
Taylor: I think maybe Sharlene should tell you what happened.
Sharlene: I don't--I don't really know how to begin. I--I just realized who I was a few minutes ago.
John: A few minutes--so when I found you down in I.C.U.--
Taylor: It wasn't Sharlene. Sharlene's fine now. We found out just how strong she can be, haven't we?
Sharlene: I hope so.
Taylor: I'll leave you two alone for a few minutes. Don't feel rushed.
John: Well, you really fooled me. I thought that I'd be able to tell which is which.
Sharlene: I'm sorry.
John: Sharlene, there's nothing to be sorry for. Come on, you're with me now.
Sharlene: For how long? For how long? What?
John: Sharly was trying to stay away from me, and that's why you ran away from the farm last night, right?
Sharlene: Maybe, I don't know.
John: Well, if she was trying to avoid me, what I don't understand is, why was she here at the hospital?
Sharlene: I'm sorry. I'd tell you if I knew. I--I would, John.
John: It's ok. It's fine. I don't want to put any pressure on you.
Sharlene: I love you.
John: I love you, too.
Sharlene: It just feels so good when you hold me.
John: Then what do you say we go home, and I will hold you all day long?
Sharlene: We can't do that.
John: Why not?
Sharlene: Because you have rounds.
John: No, I don't. See, my shift was over last night. The only reason I'm still here is because I had a patient that's critical. Grant Harrison, you know the guy--I told you about him. I call him the ice box.
Sharlene: The congressman?
Sharlene: Well, I--I just met him at the Pelican.
John: Oh, yeah?
Sharlene: Yeah, he looked ok. I didn't realize he was sick.
John: Yeah, he is. He's--he's very sick. It's all right. He's stable now so we can go. Come on.
Sharlene: My husband, the doctor, has a famous patient.
John: How 'bout that? Isn't that something? You know, he keeps telling me that he wants to meet my wife. So one of these days when he's feeling a little bit better, we'll all have to get together and have a nice, long chat.
Sharlene: I'd like that.
Sam: Are you ok?
Amanda: Yeah, I'm fine.
Sam: I was worried. I went upstairs and you weren't there.
Amanda: I told you I'm fine.
Sam: Where were you?
Amanda: I was just out running errands.
Sam: Well, I called your office. I told them you wouldn't be in for the rest of the week.
Sam: And I canceled all your appointments.
Sam: I have a surprise for you.
Amanda: What kind of surprise?
Sam: Well, if I told you, it wouldn't very well be a surprise, would it?
Amanda: Sam, I have to know what you did. I don't know what--what appointments you've cancelled for me. It could be--
Hilda: Excuse me.
Amanda: Yes, Hilda?
Hilda: Alli's crying, and she won't listen to me. She absolutely insists on her mommy.
Amanda: I'll be back.
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