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Another World Transcript Monday 5/29/06

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Cass: And you'll look sweet

Frankie: Mama!

Cass: Upon the seat of a bicycle built for two

Frankie: Anybody home?

Cass: And then there is always... wait till the sun shines Nelly

Frankie: Cass, just because it is a turn-of-the-century wedding doesn't mean all of the music has to be turn-of-the-century.

Cass: Oh, but now that's where you're wrong, Mary Frances. Turn-of-the-century weddings always have to have only turn-of-the-century music. That's the law.

Frankie: The law according to Winthrop?

Cass: For it was Mary oh, no that's George M. Cohan, later era.

Frankie: Less singing and more kissing, please.

Cass: Mm. [Laughs]

Frankie: What? What's so funny?

Cass: I was just picturing your mother's face when she finds out our idea for this wedding.

Frankie: [Laughs]

Cass: Ooh.

[Door opens]

Emma: Where have you two been?

Frankie: Where?

Cass: At our house.

Frankie: Yeah, the one we share with Anthony the carpenter.

Cass: Who may be still there on our golden wedding anniversary.

Emma: Listen, it's Sharlene.

Frankie: What about her? What's happened, Mama?

Emma: It's bad news, honey. She's in the hospital.

[Knock at the door]

Evan: Amanda, what are you doing here?

Amanda: I'm so glad you're home. Um, how are you feeling?

Evan: Well, I feel fine. But I thought you were supposed to go to work today.

Amanda: Yeah, this was supposed to be my first day back since, uh --

Evan: Since what happened.

Amanda: Yeah, so I walk in the office, I open up the doors to my office, and I can't go in. I couldn't face being there. I -- I can't face anything. What is happening to me, Evan?

Iris: Jamie, I got here as fast as I could.

Jamie: Oh?

Iris: Well?

Jamie: Oh well, what?

Iris: Well, I got your message. What was so urgent?

Jamie: What message, Iris?

Iris: The one you left with my secretary.

Jamie: I have no idea what you're talking about.

Iris: Jamie, you told me to be here by 12 noon. And I just, well -- well, I assumed it was you who called.

Jamie: I think maybe you should chat with your secretary.

Iris: You didn't call?

Jamie: No.

Iris: Well, if you didn't call, who did?

Paulina: I did. I wanted to talk to you both.


Josie: So --

Man: So.

Josie: Some party, huh?

Man: It was fabulous.

Josie: Unbelievable.

Man: Incredible.

Josie: That Loretta.


Man: Lynetta.

Josie: Terrific hostess.

Man: She's fabulous.

Josie: You know, I must get the number of her, um, caterer.

Man: Yes, you must.

Josie: [Chuckles] So.

Man: So.

Josie: Ah, thanks for bringing me home, Shawn.

Shawn: Oh, it was my pleasure.

Josie: Oh, I -- I better get some sleep.

Shawn: What for?

Josie: What for? To -- to feel rested. Don't you like to feel rested?

Shawn: Oh, I kind of always feel rested.

Josie: Really?

Shawn: [Laughs]

Josie: Even after an all-night party?

Shawn: I am a very high-energy person, yeah.

Josie: Lucky you.

Shawn: Well, it's not exactly luck.

Josie: No, of course not. You -- you work at it, right?

Shawn: Vitamins, meditation, yeah.

Josie: High-fiber diet, aerobics.

Shawn: [Laughs] How did you guess?

Josie: You look like the high-fiber, aerobics type.

Shawn: Well, I guess I'll take that as a compliment.

Josie: So.

Shawn: So.

Josie: Um. Is that thunder I heard? I mean, you better get going. It might start to pour.

Shawn: Well, I really don't mind the rain. I can just pull the top up on my car, I guess, though.

Josie: Oh, uh, ok, good idea.

Shawn: Ok. I'll be back in a flash, ok?

Josie: All right.

Shawn: Ok.

Josie: Don't rush.

Josie: [Gasps] Olivia!

Olivia: Hi.

Josie: "Hi"? Is that all you can say is "hi"?

Olivia: What is with you?

Josie: Well, you --

Olivia: Josie --

Josie: You scared the -- I -- I thought -- I -- I -- what are you -- what are you doing here anyway?

Olivia: Josie, Josie, calm down. Take a deep breath. Take a deep breath, hold it. Blow it out.

Josie: [Exhales]

Olivia: Now tell -- tell me, what's the matter?

Josie: Well, I -- I thought someone was watching me and I -- I thought it --

Olivia: Oh, you thought I was your pesky fan, right?

Josie: Shut up.

Olivia: Just a joke.

Josie: Well, it's not funny.

Olivia: You're right, it wasn't.

Josie: What are you doing here, anyway, in my apartment?

Olivia: Well, aunt Liz's VCR was broken down. And "It happened one night" was on this morning at eight.

Josie: Well, you could've at least called.

Olivia: I tried.

Olivia: Partying all night?

Josie: How could you tell?

Olivia: Well, you don't usually put rings on your cleavage this early in the afternoon. So which one of your rich and trashy friends threw it this time, hmm? Was it that wild woman, Wendy? Or maybe, um, let me see, phony Francesca?

Josie: Oh, Olivia, you're just jealous.

Olivia: I know. Was it Lynetta, the lush?

Josie: She's not a lush.

Olivia: She certainly can toss 'em back.

Josie: My friends are terrific.

Olivia: They're a bunch of losers.

Josie: You don't even know them.

Olivia: What's to know? They're boring and shallow.

Josie: They happen to be on the cutting edge.

Olivia: Of what?

Josie: They're rich and ambitious.

Olivia: And they're users, Josie. All they care about is money and power. They're no good for you.

Josie: How do you know what's good for me?

Olivia: I'm your sister.

Josie: Half sister.

Olivia: Well, then I know "half" of what's good for you.

Olivia: You're using these people as an escape --

Josie: Oh, Olivia, what do you want me to do? Stay home alone every night?

Olivia: I want you to realize what you're doing.

Josie: Having a damn good time is what I'm doing.

Olivia: You're going out with these jerks just so you can try and forget about Matthew.

Josie: Oh, please. I've already forgotten him.

Olivia: You really expect me to believe that? Don't you think I see how much you miss him?

Josie: I'm fine.

Olivia: Josie, if you would be honest with yourself, you would stop wasting your time with these people that you cannot stand. And for what? So you can be seen in some flashy sports car?

Josie: What's wrong with being with my friends?

Olivia: You are selling out with these people, Josie. And one day you're going to realize that. I just hope it's not too late.

Josie: Olivia? Have you spoken to Matthew?

Olivia: He and I are having lunch today as a matter of fact.

Josie: Oh.

Olivia: Well, I'm going to be late if I don't hurry.

Josie: Olivia. Tell him -- just -- just say that --

Olivia: He doesn't want to hear it from me.

Josie: Couldn't you put a good word in for me?

Olivia: All I can do is tell you to use your head. And then the rest is up to you.

Shawn: Oh, well, well, well.

Olivia: Well, well, well.

Shawn: Hello, hello.

Olivia: Good-bye, good-bye.

Shawn: [Laughs] Did I meet her at your party or --

Josie: No, no. I -- I don't think so. She's -- she's, um, just a -- an acquaintance.

Shawn: Oh, ok. Well, anyway. Great news.

Josie: You have to leave?

Shawn: No, I spoke to Carl and Claire on my car phone.

Josie: Two of my favorite people.

Shawn: Well, the party is still going on. They're going to Tops.

Josie: Still going?

Shawn: Yes, they're going to Tops as they are. Isn't that fabulous?

Josie: Fabulous!

Shawn: Well, let's go, come on.

Josie: Why not?

Shawn: Wait, grab your keys. I got it.

Josie: Shawn.

Shawn: What?

Josie: I was wondering if maybe I could call a friend. See if maybe he could meet us there?

Shawn: Yeah, sure, no problem.

Josie: Never mind. It's probably not such a hot idea.

Shawn: Ok. Well, come on, let's go.

[Birds chirping]

[Piano music playing]

Matt: I love you so much.

Singer: And you're my heart. Oh, I know you by heart. You're so much a part of me. I know you by heart. Can't you see? It's no wonder I --

Josie: Do you, um -- [Sighs] Do you think I can have my ring back?

Josie: I love you.

Matt: I love you. I love you.

[Doorbell chiming]

Ken: Oh, hi, Matt.

Matt: Ken. Mom's still out of town.

Ken: I know. Actually it was you I wanted to talk to.

Matt: About what?

Ken: Can I come in?

Matt: Sure. Going out in a few minutes, meeting someone for lunch, so --

Ken: Josie?

Matt: No, we've -- we're not seeing each other anymore.

Ken: Oh. I'm sorry.

Matt: No, it's ok.

Ken: Is it? You two seemed good together.

Matt: We were until she --

Ken: Hey, listen.

Matt: It --

Ken: None of my business.

Matt: No, she did something. And I realized she wasn't the person I thought she was.

Ken: What kind of a person is she?

Matt: I really don't want to go into details.

Ken: I don't mean to pry.

Matt: It's just, uh, how can someone say they love you and be lying? I-- it doesn't make sense to me.

Ken: I don't know. Sometimes people have their reasons.

Matt: You didn't come here to listen to me. What's up?

Ken: I need to get in touch with your Mom, Matt. I realize she doesn't want to be disturbed, wherever she is. But, um, it's kind of important. Do you have a number for her?

Matt: I don't have the number.

Ken: You don't?

Matt: No, I don't. She's on the road and she hasn't called in.

Ken: Ah, I see.

Matt: Maybe she's called Cass or Iris, though.

Ken: Ok, thanks. I appreciate it.

Matt: You know, I wish this whole thing with Paulina would clear up. It's not what Mom needs right now.

Ken: I know.

Matt: I guess she's going to be hanging around, though -- Paulina -- until we find out what's in the codicil to Mac's will.

Ken: I don't see her leaving right away.

Matt: Yeah, it just gets me.

Ken: What does?

Matt: Well, it doesn't make sense. Mac making an amendment to his will and then not telling the family about it.

Ken: Maybe he didn't have a chance.

Matt: Maybe. And maybe it'll make more sense when we know what it says.

Iris: You? You rang my secretary?

Paulina: Yes, I did --

Iris: You dragged me down here. How dare you?

Paulina: Well, I'm sorry, Iris.

Iris: You bet. You're going to be very sorry, I can assure you of that.

Paulina: I'm going to take a blood test.

Iris: Oh, oh! Stop the presses. The little bimbo is going to take a blood test.

Paulina: It could prove that I'm Mac Cory's daughter.

Jamie: There's no blood test that can prove that, Paulina.

Iris: Thank you, Jamie.

Paulina: Iris, I know you're the one who's most against me.

Iris: My dear, everybody is against you.

Paulina: That's why I wanted you both to be here to prove to you that I'll take any test you want me to.

Iris: All we need you to take is a long hike.

Paulina: And Jamie, you can see that I'm not trying to pull any tricks.

Iris: My dear, this whole farce of yours has been one big trick. You just wanted to get your hands on my Daddy's money and you went for it.

Paulina: It's pointless talking to you, Iris.

Iris: Now that is the first honest thing that you've said.

Paulina: I'll just have to wait until the codicil is read.

Iris: I cannot imagine why Rachel didn't have the codicil read immediately, Jamie.

Paulina: I can wait. I know my father didn't neglect me.

Iris: Your father, whoever he may be, should be suffering the tortures of the damned for creating you in the first place!

Jamie: It's ok, Iris. Take it easy. You know, Paulina, this test is not conclusive. It -- it only rules out the wrong father.

Iris: That's what I thought.

Jamie: A simple blood test cannot prove that you're Mac's daughter. Especially since Mac's not here to take the same test.

Paulina: I'm sure there are records on file, Jamie. And as I said, I'll take any test you want me to. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to let the nurse know that I'm here.

Iris: How do you arrange a contract killer?

Jamie: Get a grip, Iris. You're letting her get to you.

Iris: Well, doesn't she get to you, too?

Jamie: She doesn't know what she's talking about. Odds are she'll be found out almost immediately.

Iris: Well, I hope you're right, Jamie. Anyway, thank you.

Jamie: For what?

Iris: For supporting me. I haven't had much of that lately.

Jamie: Then maybe your trip over here wasn't a complete waste.

Iris: No, it wasn't. Besides, I wanted to talk to you about Rachel.

Jamie: What about her?

Iris: Well, she had no right to leave me hanging like that, Jamie. So I would appreciate it if you would tell me where she is.

Emma: And then the Sharly part of her just took over.

Frankie: Oh, I can't believe this.

Emma: Saw it with my own eyes. It was --

Frankie: I -- I know from time to time, things were not quite right with her, but --

Cass: A multiple personality disorder? Are they sure?

Emma: Oh, honey, you'd be sure if you saw it happen.

Cass: At least she's in good hands now, right?

Frankie: What brought this on, Mama? Did something happen?

Emma: Not really.

Frankie: Well, it -- it just came about for no reason at all?

Emma: Well, I --

Frankie: Mama, tell me! I love Sharlene. Maybe I can help her.

Emma: Oh, hon, I don't know if anybody can help her. Sharlene's had problems for a long time.

Frankie: What kind of problems?

Emma: [Sighs]

Frankie: Mama, you know more than you're telling me.

Emma: I'd --

Cass: Listen, maybe I should give you two a couple of minutes alone.

Frankie: No, Cass, no. You are going to be my husband. That makes you part of this family. And whatever is going on, you have a right to know. Right, Mama?

Emma: I don't see any reason to sweep it under the rug.

Frankie: What kind of problems did Sharlene have?

Emma: I don't even know if it has a name. If it does, John and that psychiatrist would know. But see, this has happened to Sharlene before.

Frankie: When?

Emma: Oh, years ago. And I saw it. I watched it happen. But I'm not a doctor. I didn't understand enough to -- that was happening to know what to -- how to help her, and I just feel so bad.

Frankie: Why, Mama?

Emma: Because I didn't do anything to help her.

Cass: Emma, what do you think you could have done?

Emma: Something. Anything. She's my baby sister. I just turned my back.

Amanda: I never felt this way before.

Evan: Do you want to talk about it?

Amanda: It's -- it's like I'm numb.

Evan: Well, after what you've been through, who wouldn't be?

Amanda: But that's not like me. I -- I can usually fight. I have no fight in me, Evan.

Evan: Well, maybe you shouldn't have, you know, tried to go back to work so soon or something.

Amanda: It's not just work. It's even with my family. I'm awkward. I can't even make the simplest decisions. I mean, do I take Alli to the park or to the zoo? And what do I have for lunch? I'm really starting to feel that I'm losing my mind.

Evan: Ok, I -- I don't know what I can do. Look, your life is a mess. But it's going to be ok.

Amanda: Everything is my fault.

Evan: Look, you are not to feel guilty for anything.

Amanda: Oh, aren't I? Sam is gone. My marriage is over. My family is upset.

Evan: Is that your fault?

Amanda: Who else is to blame?

Evan: Sam.

Amanda: I loved him so much. And I don't even know what to think of him anymore.

Evan: Why?

Amanda: Because he said he was innocent. That he didn't do anything. But then why would he take the box of evidence? I don't -- I don't know what to feel anymore.

Evan: So you think he's the one that really took the -- the box of evidence?

Amanda: Evan, who else would do it?

Evan: You know, you're right. Who else would? You know, I think the best -- I mean the healthiest thing for you to do right now is just try to forget about the past few months.

Amanda: That is all that I think about.

Evan: Well, you have to stop doing that. What you need to do is just focus on the present. And just get on with your life.

Amanda: And what about everyone else's life?

Evan: You can't worry about everyone else's life.

Amanda: Sam's life is ruined.

Evan: Oh, well, I have a feeling Sam is going to be just fine. And if he isn't, everything that's happened to Sam is not your fault.

Amanda: Yeah, well, I wish I could see it that way.

Evan: Amanda, nobody gets medals for suffering. So why don't you try to relax and just get on with your life?

Amanda: I don't even know where to start.

Evan: Well, you go out and involve yourself with people. Go have some fun.

Amanda: Oh, yeah. Let's go throw a party.

Evan: Hey, I know a great party you could go to.

Amanda: [Sighs] You're kidding.

Evan: No. Uh, Cass and, uh, Frankie's wedding.

Amanda: What?

Evan: Yeah. They're having a -- a party. It'd be great. You'd go there. You can be around people. You can just have a great time.

Amanda: I -- I don't know if that's such a good idea.

Evan: Look, you may even run into me. Cast arm here. Think about it.

Amanda: I wouldn't be at all surprised.

Evan: Yeah, so?

Amanda: I've got to go.

Evan: Amanda.

Evan: Take care of yourself.

Amanda: I'll try. Thanks for the talk.

Evan: Yeah.

Amanda: All right.

Jamie: And notify me of any change in his condition. Temperature, blood pressure. All day, ok? Thank you.

Jamie: So, Iris, where were we?

Iris: You were telling me where your mother was, Jamie.

Jamie: I don't know.

Iris: Oh, come on. That's ridiculous.

Jamie: She's dealing with a lot, Iris.

Iris: Look, I know that, Jamie. But she had no right to leave town without having the codicil read.

Jamie: And?

Iris: She knew how important it was to me.

Jamie: It was important to her, too.

Iris: All the more reason why Cass should have read it.

Jamie: He will, once Mom is satisfied that it's legal --

Iris: Jamie, I wanted to see that immediately. Don't you --

Jamie: Iris, you think that what Mac wrote has to do with you, don't you?

Iris: Jamie, I loved my father. I loved him. I loved him so much. And he died angry with me, you know that.

Jamie: Yes.

Iris: Perhaps he was even so angry that he might've cut me out of his will.

Jamie: I can't see Mac doing that.

Iris: But it's possible. And if it's possible, I need to know. Don't you understand? I just think it was so cruel of Rachel to just leave me hanging like that.

Jamie: I'm sure Mom didn't do it to hurt you.

Iris: Huh, well I'm not so sure about that.

Jamie: I thought things had gotten better between the two of you.

Iris: Well, I've done everything I could to try and make amends.

Jamie: I know Mom is very grateful that you fought to keep Amanda on.

Iris: [Chuckles]

Woman: [Over P.A.] Dr. Blair, Dr. Blair.

Iris: You know, Jamie, you were always a good listener. Even when you were a little boy.

Jamie: Thank you.

Iris: Listen, I'm sorry about just going on like that. It's just that I've been under a lot of pressure myself lately.

Jamie: I'm sorry, Iris.

Iris: It's all right. Hey, enough about me. You know, you look absolutely fantastic. How was that French trip?

Jamie: I had a wonderful experience.

Iris: Oh, I know that smile.

Jamie: What, what?

Iris: I know that smile. Did you meet someone in France? Jamie, did you? Did you?

Paulina: They're ready for me to have my blood test.

Iris: I think it's time I got going.

Paulina: You're not going to stick around for this?

Iris: No, dear, I don't have the time. Well, I don't have the time for some poor person to try and find the blood in those veins.

Paulina: You're not the least bit curious?

Iris: Not in the least.

Paulina: If I fail, you'll have won, you know.

Iris: Jamie, would you mind handling this for me, please? I think I've had enough of this imposter for one day.

Jamie: I'm ready. Are you?

Emma: She had her bag packed and she was leaving town.

Frankie: John must be devastated.

Cass: At least he found her out in time.

Emma: Still has a hard road to hoe.


Frankie: It's all coming clear now. All those things over the past few months that I found so weird, like she would be the Sharlene that I knew one minute, then she'd bite my head off the next. And I just put it down to her being exhausted, you know, from her job and everything. And -- and then that time that she disappeared, I figured she and John had a fight, you know --

Emma: John didn't have anything to do with this.

Frankie: Oh, it all makes sense now.

Emma: Oh, honey, nothing I ever did with Sharlene made sense. You don't know how I treated her when she ran off with Floyd. Oh, God. I just turned my back on her and I said, "oh, don't ever bother to come back if you're bound and determined to marry that trashy Watts boy." All she wanted was somebody to reach out to her. And then he died. I knew she was destroyed by that. I turned my back. I -- I still had to be right. That's when everything went wrong. Sharlene ran wild. And she married Russ Matthews to please me. And now she finally has a chance to be happy, and this.

Cass: What is it, Frankie?

Frankie: Sharlene, Aunt Janice, that's two women in our family who are so ill.

Cass: Have you told everybody about this, Emma?

Emma: No. There's one person I have to tell. I'm dreading it.

Cass: Josie?

Emma: What's this going to do to her?

Shawn: This tortellini is great.

Josie: Fabulous.


Shawn: Josie, come on. You barely even touched yours.

Josie: Well, I guess -- I guess I'm not very hungry.

Shawn: Don't tell me you ate at Lynetta's.

Josie: No, no, of course not.

Shawn: Ok.

Woman: Dreadful food, wasn't it?

Josie: Oh, the worst.

Man: Especially the tartar.

Woman: Aah.

Josie: What did you think of the music?

Shawn: The music? The music was --

Man: Ridiculous!

Shawn: Thank you.


Woman: Did she really expect us to tolerate Steve and Edie?

Shawn: "I really can't stay now."

Josie: Oh, "but baby it's cold outside."

Shawn: And the conversation was incredibly interesting.

Josie: No, thanks to some people.

Shawn: You mean Lois and Bob?


Shawn: I mean, where did Lynetta find these people, huh?

Woman: Probably on the wrong side of the tracks.

Josie: What a dreadful thing to say. Oh, they were just so boring.

Woman: Not like us.

Shawn: Josie, come on, now. You've got to eat something. We -- we don't want our little model to turn into skin and bones now, do we? Our wealthy little model. Hmm.

Josie: You know what? One of these days, I'm going to be so wealthy, I'm going to own my own fashion magazine.

Shawn: And put your picture on every cover.

Josie: Hmm, naturally.


Shawn: You know, I have got a wonderful idea. You know what we've got to do? In five years we must meet back here, right here at this very table, to see how successful each of us has become.

Josie: Fabulous idea.

Man: It's a deal.

Shawn: Only one thing. Anyone with more than one offspring is not allowed.

Man: Or less than two convertibles.

Josie: You got a deal.


Shawn: A very big convertible.

Man: Oh don't look now, but I think we're being stared at.

Shawn: Oh no.

Josie: Why? Just because we're trying to have a good time?

Woman: Undoubtedly because we're not having a good time quietly enough.

Josie: Oh well.

Shawn: Ooh, yes. Well maybe we should do a little -- work a little harder to unstuff this place a little bit more, shall we?

Man: Hmm.

Shawn: Josie? Come here.

Josie: Shawn, you'll -- you'll cause a scene.

Shawn: So?

Josie: So?

Shawn: So?


Josie: Why don't we give them something really to stare about? What do you say?

Iris: Hello, Cass. Look, I'm awfully sorry to disturb you, but I have an emergency here at "Brava," and I need Rachel's number. Well, no, no, no, she did give it to me, but I seem to have misplaced it. Yes, Cass, I realize she didn't want to talk to anyone. But look, for heaven's sake, she could always hang up. Thank you. Uh-huh. Mm-hmm. Thank you, thank you very much. [Laughing] Ooh, got it!

Ken: You know where Rachel is, don't you?

Iris: I don't know where Rachel is. Why are you here?

Ken: A business meeting.

Iris: In my building?

Ken: Oh no, this meeting is purely social.

Iris: Well, I'm very flattered. But unfortunately I'm extremely busy.

Ken: Then I'll come right to the point.

Iris: Please do.

Ken: I miss Rachel.

Iris: Oh, how touching.

Ken: I want to talk to her.

Iris: Am I stopping you?

Ken: I don't have her phone number.

Iris: You mean to tell me that she left town without telling you?

Ken: I have no idea where she is.

Iris: Well, Rachel is very deliberate. So I'm sure she had a very good reason for not telling.

Ken: Well, she's been kind of preoccupied lately.

Iris: Yes. Can I ask you a question? What do you think of this Paulina business?

Ken: Not much. Why do you ask?

Iris: Because I just had a run-in with the little gold digger. She is very long on nerve but short on brains. I can't help thinking that -- that someone else is behind this scheme of hers.

Ken: Yeah? Well, until everybody knows what's in the codicil, it's kind of pointless to speculate.

Iris: That's all I can do, speculate. But as you said, it doesn't do any good, does it?

Ken: It must be very rough on you waiting for that to be read.

Iris: Rough doesn't nearly describe it.

Ken: So the sooner Rachel comes back, the better for you, too.

Iris: That's right.

Ken: Well, we both want the same thing. You want Rachel back. I want Rachel back.

Iris: Lucky Rachel.

Ken: Interested in a little wager?

Iris: Always.

Ken: I bet I can get her back sooner than you can.

Iris: You're on.

Ken: And one thing. You still have an unfair advantage.

Iris: Oh, what's that?

Ken: Her phone number.

Iris: Ho, ho.

Ken: Come on, fair's fair.

Iris: Well, why not? You've got it. Tell Rachel we all miss her very much.

Matt: Let's get a table.

Olivia: Why don't we go somewhere else, Matt?

Matt: Listen, I don't care what she does anymore.

Olivia: Yes, you do.

Josie: I think that we just better cool it.

Shawn: [Chuckles] Ok. Is someone in a bad mood?

Josie: Oh look, Shawn, just leave me alone.

Shawn: All right. Then maybe we should go some place else to have a little more fun. Carl, Claire?

Claire: Yeah.

Carl: I think so.

Claire: This place isn't really our scene anyway.

Olivia: You're not going to answer me, are you?

Matt: It's none of your business.

Olivia: Sam's my friend.

Matt: Then ask him if he's been calling the family.

Olivia: Well, I haven't heard from him.

Matt: Neither have we.

Olivia: That's all you're going to say?

Matt: What is this thing between you and Sam?

Olivia: He happens to mean a lot to me.

Matt: He happens to be Amanda's husband.

Olivia: Well, that's over now.

Matt: And you're thrilled, aren't you?

Olivia: Look, why are you being like this?

Matt: Amanda is my sister.

Olivia: Shh, keep your voice down.

Matt: Amanda is a very good person.

Olivia: And Sam is a bad person?

Matt: I didn't say that.

Olivia: That's what you're obviously thinking.

Matt: I'm not thinking anything. I feel about the situation. I feel loyalty to my sister. She is the one I care about. She is the one I'm interested in helping.

Olivia: Oh, and God forbid anybody should feel anything for Sam.

Matt: Look, you can feel all you want for Sam. Just don't tell me about it.

Olivia: Boy, I guess this was a bad idea.

Matt: I don't know what you expected from this. We'd come around and sit and eat and I'll hold your hand and commiserate about Sam?

Olivia: I can only be your friend if I take Amanda's side?

Matt: Oh, no, no, no. People have been taking sides way too often here. And everyone's getting hurt. Including Amanda. I gotta make a phone call.

Josie: No wonder you wouldn't put in a good word for me.

Olivia: Give it a rest, would you, Josie?

Josie: You and Matthew seem to be getting pretty chummy, Olivia.

Olivia: And you need glasses.

Josie: You've just been waiting for us to break up, haven't you?

Olivia: You know, Josie, as usual, you don't have a clue as to what's going on.

Josie: You know, I wish I didn't.

Olivia: I'm leaving.

Josie: Not until you tell me what's going on between you two.

Olivia: What difference would it make what I tell you anyway? You're only going to believe what you want to.

Matt: Olivia.

Matt: What is going on here?

Josie: Oh, she just got all upset.

Matt: What happened?

Josie: Well, all I had to do was open my mouth.

Matt: What did you say to her?

Josie: Why is it always my fault?

Matt: Why do you keep driving her away? Her and everyone else.

Josie: Matthew, wait.

Matt: Enough of this, Josie. You're not --

Josie: I -- I just -- I just want to say something.

Matt: Everything's been said.

Josie: I made -- I made a terrible mistake.

Matt: It was more than a mistake.

Josie: I -- I know you're angry.

Matt: Yes, Josie, I am angry.

Josie: Matthew, I never meant to hurt you.

Matt: Yeah, I believe that. Because I don't think I ever entered your mind.

Josie: I still love you, Matthew. I'm sorry. More sorry than I can ever say.

Matt: Sorry's not good enough.

Josie: [Crumples paper]

Emma: Ugh. Josie's not home. It's just as well. I don't want to say anything to her until Sharlene lets us know what to do.

Frankie: Oh, I don't know about that, Mama. I think maybe we ought to track her down and bring her --

Evan: Emma! Sharlene!

Frankie: Evan?

Evan: The prodigal nephew has returned!

Frankie: Evan. How are you?

Evan: Just fine. How are you?

Frankie: Oh, I'm good.

Evan: Good.

Frankie: Oh, good to see you.

Evan: Yeah.

Emma: Hi. How you doing?

Evan: I'm doing fine.

Emma: Good.

Evan: Well, what's, uh, what's going on? Is -- what, is there something wrong here or something?

Frankie: Um, Mama and I were just having a very serious discussion, which you can help us with. Shrimp or scallops?

Evan: Oh, you're ordering lunch for me or something?

Frankie: No, no, no, for the wedding reception. Cass and I are split on the appetizers.

Evan: Oh. Well, oh, by the way, did I tell you that I'm bringing someone?

Frankie: I didn't expect you to come to my wedding stag.

Evan: It's Amanda.

Emma: Oh no!

Evan: Yes. Well, not yes, not yes. But she hasn't exactly said yes. But I know she will.

Frankie: Oh no, this cannot be the right time. I promised Cass I would be at the office ages ago. Ok, here's my purse. Mama, I will see you at the hospital.

Emma: Fine, bye. Bye-bye.

Frankie: Love you. Ok, it's good to see you, Evan.

Evan: Hmm. Nice to see you, yeah. Hey, say hi to the, uh, the groom.

Frankie: Ok, will do.

Emma: Well, I'm glad you stopped by. I wanted to see for myself that you're on the mend.

Evan: Why did you say no?

Emma: Me?

Evan: Yes. When I said I was bringing Amanda. Do you have a problem with that?

Emma: You know I do.

Evan: Ok, then let's talk about it.

Emma: Do you forget what happened to your own mother when she wanted something she couldn't have --

Evan: Oh, don't give me one of these, "Corys live in a different" --

Emma: It killed Janice. You want the same thing to happen to you?

Jamie: It's me, Grace. Any calls? Ok. Mm-hmm.

Jamie: All right. Nothing from Dr. Hiver? All right. And if he calls, I'm at the hospital, all right? Thank you, Grace. Bye-bye.

Jamie: Thank you.

Paulina: Is that it? Is that my test result?

Jamie: Yes.

Jamie: "A" positive.

Paulina: I match, don't I?

Jamie: You and Mac are the same blood type.

Paulina: I knew it.

Jamie: It means nothing, Paulina. I already told you that. Millions of other women can make the same claim.

Paulina: But I'm his daughter.

Jamie: Not without a hell of a lot more proof, you're not.

Paulina: Why are you so angry with me?

Jamie: Because I don't like being lied to. And that's all you've done since I met you.

Paulina: Oh, Jamie, you cannot understand. You don't know how intimidating the whole situation was. I didn't know the Corys. I didn't know what to do. I didn't know how you'd react.

Jamie: If you had been honest from the start.

Paulina: What did I do that was really so terrible? I mean, who have I really hurt?

Paulina: [Sighs] When you see something so right for you, you have to go after it. Otherwise, you live with regrets your entire life. I'm not about to do that.

Evan: My mother was sick. I'm not.

Emma: Janice thought Mac Cory was going to turn her into everything she wanted to be.

Evan: I don't need somebody to turn me into something. I just want to love Amanda. That's all.

Emma: Ah, that's exactly what Janice said. She got him. Oh, yeah, took him right away from Rachel Cory. But it just wasn't enough. And, see, then she had to live with everything she'd done.

Evan: Ok, so I've done a couple of questionable things.

Emma: What makes me think it might be more than a couple?

Evan: All right, if I -- I just didn't trust that Amanda loved me the way I loved her. So I had to force her.

Emma: Evan, you can't force someone to love you --

Evan: Well, I know that now. I didn't know that then. If I had trusted how she felt about me, I would never would've done some of the things that I did.

Emma: Easy to say.

Evan: Look -- no, I swear. I'm making a fresh start. I love Amanda too much to risk losing her. I want you to meet her. She's a good person.

Emma: Honey, I know you care about her. I could see that in the hospital --

Evan: She is the woman for me!

Emma: Oh. Fine. Bring her by.

Evan: Out here?

Emma: You bet. I want to get a look at that Cory woman on my home turf.

Amanda: How about this one? Yeah? Put it up there. We're gonna make the biggest building yet.

Alli: What's that?

Amanda: It's just a bird. [Laughs] Come on. Put this somewhere. Where do you want to put it? That's good! Olivia.

Olivia: Hilda didn't tell me you were busy.

Amanda: Just enjoying my daughter. If you're looking for Matt, I really can't help you.

Olivia: It's you I came to see.

Amanda: About what?

Olivia: I'll put it simply. I'd like the two of us to try and get along.

Amanda: That's a lovely sentiment.

Olivia: Don't you think it's possible?

Amanda: No. What do you want, yellow?

Olivia: You're still angry about the way I acted the last time we were together.

Amanda: That's very perceptive of you, Olivia.

Alli: That's yellow!

Amanda: Yes, it is yellow.

Olivia: Well, I don't blame you. But I've done a lot of thinking since then, Amanda.

Amanda: What do you think? Do we put this one here? That there. That's much better. Much better. It's getting very tall.

Olivia: Our families have been friends for years.

Amanda: Yeah, what can we put on top of that? The red one? The yellow one?

Olivia: And, uh, more importantly, we both care for Matthew.

Amanda: So what?

Olivia: So I think that we should stop fighting. It's not fair to him.

Amanda: Oh, I see. So now you want to be friends for Matthew's sake?

Olivia: And for mine. I've always liked you.

Amanda: Is that why you blamed me for all the problems between Sam and myself, because you liked me?

Olivia: I was angry and sad that Sam had left town.

Amanda: You were sad because my husband left town?

Olivia: Sad for both of you.

Amanda: Ah.

Olivia: But I realize now that blaming you isn't going to bring him back.

Amanda: Have you heard from him?

Olivia: No. But he said he would call, and I'm sure he will.

Amanda: Well, if you do speak to him, could you please ask him what's going on? If he plans to come back and visit his daughter?

Olivia: Of course.

Amanda: Come on. Ah, let's go, Alli. See if we can find grandma. Watch out. She is near the kitchen, ok?

Amanda: So you would really tell me the truth?

Olivia: I thought we just said we were going to try and get along.

Amanda: Don't you have enough friends, Olivia? Why me? You've got Matt. You've got Sam. I know you wish you were more than just friends with Sam.

Olivia: Nothing ever happened between Sam and me.

Amanda: Not because you didn't want it to.

Olivia: I was there when he needed somebody to talk to.

Amanda: Oh, and when he didn't.

Olivia: I believed in him.

Amanda: Touching.

Olivia: Which is something his own wife never did.

Amanda: I saw a side of him that no one ever did.

Olivia: He was very hurt by what had happened between you and Evan.

Amanda: And he wanted to hurt me right back!

Olivia: No, he didn't. He never would've wanted any harm to come to you. That's not Sam.

Amanda: You know, Olivia, you think that you know him so well. I thought I did, too. But I had a box of evidence, the power of attorney, the life insurance policy -- everything to prove that he was out to hurt me.

Olivia: You can't believe that.

Amanda: The box is gone, Olivia. Points towards a guilty conscience on Sam's part. Don't you think?

Frankie: Why won't they let me see her?

Cass: She's probably resting, honey.

Frankie: Sharlene was so happy. I know that for a fact. John is the man she's been waiting for her entire life.

Cass: It seems like she's had trouble for a long time.

Frankie: Then why couldn't I see it?

Cass: Maybe she didn't want you to. She's getting the best of care. You know John's making sure of that.

Frankie: Promise me we'll always love each other the way we do right now. Promise me that nothing will ever come between us.

Cass: Look at me, Mary Frances.

Cass: I love you more than anything in the world. That's the way I feel right now. And that's the way I'll feel forever. You got that?

Frankie: I love you, too. And no matter what happens, whatever problems come along, I know that we'll be able to work them out together. By talking to each other.

Cass: Being kind to each other.

Frankie: Yes.

Cass: And gentle.

Frankie: And loving.

Cass: And in love.

Frankie: Yes.

Cass: It's ok.

Josie: Is someone there? Hello?

Josie: Mama? Mama.

Emma: Josie, honey.

Josie: Aunt Emma.

Emma: I'm real glad you're here. I've been trying to reach you.

Josie: Where -- where is Mama?

Emma: Well, uh, she is not here right now.

Josie: Well, where is she?

Emma: I'm gonna take you to see her.

Josie: Take me to see her? What are you talking about?

Emma: I'll explain on the way. Come on. Let's go.

[Door slams]

Emma: Oh, Josie, would you lock the door for me, please?

Josie: Yeah, sure, Emma.

[Door closes]

Paulina: [Sighs]

Ken: Paulina --

Paulina: "A" positive, just like Mac'.

Ken: Could you keep your voice down?

Paulina: Jamie was with me when they brought back the test results.

Ken: Well, that's great. But something else has come up.

Paulina: What?

Ken: I found out where Rachel went.

Paulina: Where is she?

Ken: San Cristobal.

Paulina: She went to find out if my story holds up?

Ken: Yes. She's probably down there trying to find out everything she can about Maria.

Paulina: This is -- this is incredible news. I mean, she would never do that unless she suspected there could be some truth to it. It is good news, isn't it?

Ken: Yes, yes. It's -- it's great. Listen, I'm going to have to cut our meeting short. Got a lot to do. But I'll be in touch.

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