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Another World Transcript Tuesday 5/30/06

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Vicky: Oh, finger. Oh. Here, you try.

[Doorbell rings]

Vicky: I'll get it! Oh, come here, you. Come here, you. Sit right down. I'll be right there! I'll be right back.

Vicky: Marley.

Marley: Hi. Hi, honey.

Vicky: What -- what are you doing here?

Marley: You sound disappointed.

Vicky: Oh, it's just that I have a date and I can't find Paulina, Jamie's at the hospital, Bridget is supposed to be here, but she's late, and she is never late.

Marley: Bridget has the flu.

Vicky: How do you know?

Marley: Well, she called from the doctor's. It came on very suddenly. But I'm here to fill in for her.

Vicky: To babysit?

Marley: Here I am.

Vicky: Well, why didn't she call me? Why am I the last one to know everything?

Marley: Oh, you know Bridget. She just doesn't want to burden you with that kind of thing, and I am here to replace her.

Vicky: Well, yeah, that's not the point.

Marley: Well, why don't you let me take care of Steven? I would love to if he doesn't mind.

Vicky: Ok.

Marley: Great.

Vicky: I brought all of his swimming stuff, and you can take him for a swim in the pool.

Marley: Here?

Vicky: Why not?

Marley: Why not at your place?

Vicky: Because he swims here every afternoon and I don't have a pool.

Marley: Well, I don't have a swimsuit.

Vicky: I always keep one in the pool house.

Marley: I -- I don't know.

Vicky: Why, is being here a problem?

Jamie: So Dr. Benson's going to keep her under observation for a few days?

John: Probably. When I brought her in last night, we had to sedate her.

Jamie: I feel terrible, John. Sharlene's been such a rock for everyone else.

John: That's part of the problem, but she's dealing with it.

Jamie: And she will.

John: I believe that, too.

Jamie: John, you've had a lot to deal with. Can you still handle Grant Harrison's case?

John: So far. I sent his records and the application to Dr. Hiver's experimental treatment program by courier last night, so it's only a matter of time before we can see what our next step is.

Jamie: Well, if I can help, let me know.

John: Well, essentially, we're deadlocked until we hear from France.

Jamie: Ok, well, I'll be home if you need me. Paul asked me to cover tonight, so I have the afternoon off.

John: I'll be all right.

Jamie: Keep me informed, all right?

John: Will do.

Jamie: And tell Sharlene I'm thinking about her.

John: Yeah.

Ted: Well, did you hear what I said? The latest polls have you down by 16 points?

Grant: Yes, Ted, I heard you.

Ted: There are rumors all over D.C., our support has evaporated. I don't know how you're going to mount a campaign without funding.

Grant: We got a nice little contribution from that Hudson woman.

Ted: Yes. I pushed for that.

Grant: Oh, stop it, Ted. You know what, I can't even think of anything till I find out how Sharly is.

Ted: That woman is destroying you.

Grant: "That woman," as you continue to call her, has brought me to my senses. I've got to go over there.

Ted: No, please, Grant. I've scheduled some conference calls. I can't keep putting everyone off.

Grant: Look, it's only for an hour or so. The hospital's a block and a half away. I'll be back before you know it.

Taylor: Sharlene's awake. You can see her.

John: Hi.

John: How you feeling?

Sharlene: I'm tired.

John: Dr. Benson said that I could come in and see you.

Sharlene: She did?

John: Yeah.

John: Listen, we don't have to talk if you don't want. I would like to hold you.

Sharlene: No, John, you -- you can't. I can't be with you.

Lucas: Congressman.

Grant: Well, well. I'm just on my way out.

Lucas: Well, this won't take long.

Grant: Good, because I have nothing to say to you.

Lucas: That's where you're wrong.

Grant: Your case is pending and I have nothing to talk about, so if you'll excuse me --

Lucas: I won't take no for an answer here.

Grant: I'm afraid you're going to have to.

Ted: Lucas, you're the subject of congressional investigation. This is highly improper.

Lucas: I don't care what it is, but we're going to talk. You have blown off your committee in D.C. For a month. You are leaving me hanging.

Ted: The congressman is fully informed --

Lucas: Why don't you take a back seat on this, ok? I don't know what you're looking for, I don't know why you're engineering this -- this delay, but you're violating my rights.

Grant: You compromised your rights when you hooked up with a cartel.

Grant: Oh, I see, now you're the judge and prosecutor, as well. Well, I didn't know the bill of rights had been suspended.

Ted: This is not going to help your case.

Lucas: I am -- I am innocent until proven guilty, and none of you have proven that, not you, not the Bay City D.A.

Grant: Look, we've got enough on you, Lucas, for these hearings, so don't push it. You don't have a leg to stand on.

Lucas: I have the right to a speedy trial, I have the right to conduct business, to take out loans, none of which I can do with this hanging over my head.

Grant: Ted? Get rid of him. I don't want to hear another word about this.

Ted: All right. I'm calling security.

Lucas: You don't want to do that. I think there are a few things we can discuss privately.

Ted: Oh, I doubt that.

Lucas: Ted, Ted, Ted. We both know what the congressman's priorities really are. He's got some bimbo stashed away. Now? Now can we talk turkey?

John: Please, don't push me away.

Sharlene: John, I can't.

John: You don't have to do this alone.

Sharlene: I can't even look at you after last night.

John: Sharlene --

Sharlene: You walked in on me with another man. I am so sorry.

John: Do you remember anything about him?

Sharlene: He was half-dressed.

John: What do you remember?

Sharlene: I get sudden flashes of things, things that... must've happened, things that Sharly did. It's like I'm remembering pieces of this crazy dream... and it wasn't a dream.

John: No. Is that what it felt like? A dream?

Sharlene: Yes. Except I can't pretend it wasn't real.

Sharlene: I'm so humiliated. I can't ask you to pretend you didn't see it, that it didn't happen. You're going to feel things, John. People are going to be talking.

John: It's ok, let them.

Sharlene: No. People are going to talk. "Forget about Dr. Hudson, his wife's a psycho."

John: Please, Sharlene, don't say that.

Sharlene: It's going to do wonders for your reputation.

John: I don't care.

Sharlene: Well, I do! I don't want you hurt.

John: It's not you.

Sharlene: It is me. Sharly is a part of me, and I can't stop her. Maybe I don't want to stop her, I don't know, but if I don't know, then how can you trust me? How can we have a marriage?

John: We're partners. For sickness and through health. We promised each other that.

Sharlene: Forsaking all others.

Sharlene: I don't know what I did with that man, John... or other men.

John: It doesn't matter. Because I'm not going to forsake you. Not now, not ever. Sharlene, please, please try to trust me. Please?

John: I have to tell you something. The -- the man that you were with... I know him.

Sharlene: You do?

John: He's one of my patients.

Sharlene: Are you sure?

John: His name is Grant Harrison. And he says that he's in love with Sharly.

Emma: Honey, why don't you just sit down over there? I'll go talk to the nurse. We have to have some kind of a special pass or something to get into your Mama's room.

Josie: Ok.

Emma: You're Sharlene's doctor, aren't you?

Taylor: I'm Dr. Benson.

Emma: Well, I'm her sister.

Taylor: Oh, Mrs. Ordway. John told me you'd be coming over today.

Emma: Now, you're not going to try and keep us out of Sharlene's room, are you? She really needs her family around at a time like this.

Josie: Is everything all right? How's my mother?

Taylor: Oh, you must be Josie.

Emma: This is Dr. Benson. She's the one that's taking care of your Mama.

Josie: Can we see her?

Taylor: Well, John's with her right now.

Emma: Now, we haven't had time to fill Josie in on Sharlene's condition.

Josie: My aunt told me that she collapsed. Is that because of the hypoglycemia?

Emma: No, honey.

Taylor: No.

Emma: She's just exhausted, that's all.

Taylor: Well, what your aunt means is that your mother is emotionally exhausted.

Josie: Oh.

Emma: And listen, honey, it's just temporary.

Josie: Well, what happened?

Taylor: Well, we're trying to find that out. Sometimes when people hit rough times, they feel overwhelmed and helpless. It can make everyday life seem pretty difficult.

Josie: This is my fault.

Emma: Honey, no.

Taylor: I don't think so, Josie.

Josie: No, she's been worried about me, she has. I moved out of my house to be on my own, and then, well, I've -- I've been having some of my own problems.

Emma: Well, she's had a lunatic following her around.

Josie: Maybe it was too much for her.

Taylor: I don't think it's any one thing.

Josie: Please, I'd like to see her.

Taylor: Well, I'd like it if you could wait till John comes out.

Emma: We'll wait, we'll wait. Come on, hon.

Grant: Dr. Benson. You've got to let me see Sharly.

Taylor: Congressman Harrison, please, now you have to try to underst--

Josie: Congressman Harrison? Hello. What brings you here?

Marley: Steven doesn't mind being in the playpen?

Vicky: Yeah, well, not as long as he hears our -- our voices. Rats.

Marley: You're really nervous about this, aren't you?

Vicky: I'm -- I'm not nervous. I'm just out of practice.

Marley: Well, do you like the guy?

Vicky: I like what I know about him.

Marley: And what's that?

Vicky: He's rich, good looking, successful, smart, self-confident, and not married.

Marley: What's his name?

Vicky: Tucker Stillwell. I met him at the party. He called me the next day.

Marley: Well, that sounds good.

Vicky: Yeah, well, it'll be -- it'll be good to get out and not talk about problems for once. Let's just hope I can do it.

Marley: Of course you can.

Vicky: Well, I hope so. Wish me luck.

Marley: You know I do. Have fun.

Vicky: That used to be my specialty. I'll be at Tops if you need me.

Marley: Oh, what about Jamie, if -- if there's a problem?

Vicky: Oh, he'll be working at the hospital all day. You can give him a call and just have him paged if you have a problem. See ya.

Vicky: Oh, thank you.

Felicia: Ahem. Vicky, hello.

Vicky: Hello.

Felicia: Eating alone?

Vicky: No, actually, I'm waiting for my mate.

Felicia: Oh.

Felicia: Well, on that note, can I bring you something?

Vicky: Just bring me Tucker Stillwell when he arrives.

Felicia: Ah, Tucker Stillwell.

Vicky: Yes.

Felicia: Isn't he that stock-market whiz kid?

Vicky: The one voted the most eligible bachelor of the year.

Felicia: By who?

Vicky: Mitzi.

Felicia: Mitzi who?

Vicky: You know Mitzi, the one who writes the society column for "The Gazette." She said- and I quote "he is Every mother's dream of the kind of man she wants her daughter to marry."

Felicia: Gee, I didn't realize you were into the gray flannel type.

Vicky: I thought I'd try a stockbroker for a change. They like taking risks.

Felicia: You know, not every man has all the answers, not even every mother's dream.

Vicky: Are you trying to ruin my evening?

Felicia: No, I'm sure you'll do that all by yourself.

Vicky: You know, Felicia, even I deserve to be happy. If it didn't work out with Jamie, I do deserve another man, and I will find him.

Felicia: Oh I agree. Just remember that men don't like to be controlled or manipulated.

Vicky: Who does?

Felicia: Why don't I get you a waiter, all right?

Vicky: Make it somebody who knows what they're doing. I would like to have a good time with this guy. Well, what's he like?

Felicia: All I can really remember about him is that he said his ideal woman was Grace Kelly. So, this should be quite an evening for both of you.

Man: Hello, Vicky.

Vicky: Hello, Tucker. You know Felicia.

Tucker: Nice to see you again, Ms. Gallant. You've done wonders with this place.

Felicia: Oh, thank you. Well, why don't I let the two of you...

Vicky: Felicia, maybe Tucker would like a drink.

Felicia: Oh, of course. What would you like?

Tucker: Could you bring me the wine list?

Felicia: How did I know?

Vicky: Hi.

Tucker: We didn't have much chance to talk about your get-together.

Vicky: No, we didn't. I was kind of busy

Tucker: I admire somebody who can put together a good party.

Vicky: Well thank you.

Tucker: What else can you tell me about yourself?

Vicky: Oh, my, let's see. You start.

Tucker: Excuse me?

Vicky: I've heard so much about you. I just want to find out what's on the mark and what's garbage.

Emma: Well, see, Josie's Mama isn't doing too good, and that's probably why she's a little nervous.

Grant: So your -- your mother's here?

Josie: Yeah, yes.

Grant: Oh, gee, I'm sorry.

Emma: See, normally she wouldn't pry like this.

Grant: Gee, I hope your mother gets better soon.

Josie: I just can't believe this. I mean, she -- she's never sick. She's always fine. Maybe -- maybe she just needs to rest.

Grant: Come on, why don't we go over here and sit down for a few minutes, ok? Excuse me.

Emma: He's the one, isn't he?

Taylor: Excuse me?

Emma: Oh, come on. He's the one that -- that Sharlene's been messing around with?

Taylor: Yes.

Emma: Oh good Lord.

Emma: You listen here. Nothing's going to whitewash this mess. And I'm going to tell you something else. In my book, the truth is usually way overrated.

Taylor: Oh, why is that?

Emma: Because it usually doesn't cause anything but a lot more pain. In my book, you just let sleeping dogs lay.

Taylor: Well, a lot of people would agree with you. What do you do when they wake up?

Grant: Now, come on, I want you to cheer up because I know your mom's going to be fine.

Josie: I hope so.

Grant: She will be. Now, this lady that you came in with a minute ago --

Josie: My Aunt Emma?

Grant: Yeah, now, how are you related?

Josie: Well, she's my mother's sister.

Grant: Oh, oh.

Josie: She's a pretty interesting woman.

Sharlene: All the lies, John. How'd she keep them straight? And switching the sodium amytal?

John: She was desperate. Desperate to survive.

Sharlene: No wonder you were confused.

John: Sharly wanted it that way. She was very good at it. I think she sees herself as being very resourceful. I guess she is. After all, she managed to juggle a double life -- maintained an apartment... her relationship with Grant Harrison... managed to keep her marriage to me a secret.

John: Lord knows what else.

Sharlene: Oh, John.

John: Sharlene? Are you all right? Sharlene, look, I'm sorry. I shouldn't have said anything.

Sharlene: No, no, it's things you did. It's me. It's me. When I look at myself, I see a stranger. It's like I'm out of control in my own body.

John: But you have control now. You're in control.

Sharlene: No, but for how long? John, it's terrifying. And what's worse, she knows -- she knows what I'm thinking. She's -- she knows what I'm afraid of. She knows -- she knows my secrets. And I didn't even know she existed.

John: But you do now.

Sharlene: She used me. She pretended to be me. She tried to destroy me.

John: But we're not going to let that happen.

Sharlene: But, John, that must have been her plan all along. She -- she wanted to make you hate me, to make me leave you.

John: Why, why do you say that?

Sharlene: It's obvious. She lied to Grant Harrison. She didn't want him to know anything about me, anything about you, us. Oh, it's horrible.

Sharlene: I don't know how you stand it. I don't know how you stand it.

John: Sharlene, come on, come on. Please, nobody is blaming you, especially me.

Sharlene: I'm blaming me. I'm blaming me. Dr. Benson keeps telling me that I have to have all my feelings.

John: Yes.

Sharlene: And so do you. How do you feel about what you saw last night? John?

Sharlene: There's something else I don't know. I don't know how far Sharly went with that man.

John: Sharlene, no matter what Grant and Sharly did or didn't do, it doesn't matter.

Sharlene: Of course it matters. How can you say that?

John: What I mean is it doesn't change how I feel about you. Look, the important thing is that you get on with your therapy and stop this war that's raging inside of you.

Sharlene: You keep saying that and Dr. Benson keeps saying that, but I don't know how I'm supposed to do it. She's a liar! Sharly's a liar. She's a cheat!

John: She's a lot more than that. She has a lot of strength, and she thrives on being shut out, so you're going to have to work very hard with Dr. Benson in order to accept her as part of yourself.

Sharlene: What do I do in the meantime?

John: Let's just take this one step at a time. I promise you we're going to do everything that we can to make you whole again. You've got to believe that.

Josie: Mama? I'm sorry, I just -- I couldn't wait any longer.

Sharlene: No, honey, I'm ok, it's ok.

Josie: Oh, God, I should've been there for you.

Sharlene: Josie, no, no.

Josie: No, I got you all upset with my problems.

Sharlene: No.

Josie: I am so sorry. I'm going to make this up to you. I'm going to.

Sharlene: No, Josie, I don't want you fussing over me. Don't worry.

Josie: Mama, I don't know what I'd do without you. God, I've been so selfish.

Sharlene: No.

John: Josie, come on, none of this is your fault.

Josie: Look, the doctor said I can only stay a few minutes, but I want you to know that -- oh, God -- I'll do anything to help you. Anything.

John: Sharlene? Want some rest?

Sharlene: I think that's a good idea, honey.

Josie: Ok.

Sharlene: It's ok, I'm ok. I'm ok. Go, ok?

Josie: Ok.

Sharlene: Shh.

Josie: I'm going to come back later, ok?

Sharlene: Ok.

Josie: I love you no matter what, ok?

Sharlene: Go.

Sharlene: What do you think Dr. Benson told her?

John: Not much.

Sharlene: I hope not. Because I don't think I could stand it if she knew the truth, at least not yet.

Grant: Can I see her?

Taylor: I'm afraid not. You're not a relative. She hasn't asked for you.

Grant: Look, you and I both know that that doesn't mean anything. Now, I've got to see her.

Taylor: Look, I understand that.

Grant: I don't think you do. Look, you and John know Sharlene. I know Sharly better than anybody does.

Taylor: But she's not Sharly now, and seeing you could trigger another change.

Grant: Well, then come in with me.

Taylor: This is not the appropriate time.

Grant: I've got to see it with my own eyes.

Taylor: Look, I understand your confusion. If I can help you, I will. But you are not my patient, congressman, Sharlene is, and my job is to do what is in her best interests. I'm not going to jeopardize that just to satisfy your curiosity.

Grant: Yeah but I love her. I can help her.

Taylor: You should know something. Sharlene loves her husband deeply.

Grant: And Sharly loves me.

Taylor: That's at the center of the battle she's fighting right now. It's part of the split we're trying to heal

Grant: Ok, and when you do, when the treatment is finished, who will she love?

Taylor: I can't answer that. The person who has to win is that woman in there.

Marley: Oh, look, look! Where is it going? Look, the boat! Oh, what's it doing? Where's it going? Where's it going?

Singer: Oh you've been so good to me if this world were mine I'd give you the flowers the birds and the bees and it'd be your love beside me that would be all I need if this world were mine I'd give you anything

Marley: Throw it. Oh! Good boy. One more time? Throw. Ah, splash!

Jamie: How's the water?

Marley: Wonderful.

Jamie: As warm as the Mediterranean?

Marley: Yes. I'll bet you thought I was Vicky in here.

Jamie: I might have had trouble telling you apart from the beginning, but now, no.

Marley: All nice and cozy now, you.

Jamie: Let me take him.

Marley: Ok, go to Daddy.

Jamie: Come on, buddy. How many laps did you do? I hope you beat her.

Marley: He tried to, just like his daddy.

Jamie: Oh, would you like something cold to drink, a soda or --

Marley: No, thanks, I'm fine. Steven has some juice on the table. In fact, now that you're here, I think I'll get going.

Jamie: Why?

Marley: Well, because you don't want me to babysit anymore. I was just filling in for Vicky because she had a date.

Jamie: Oh, I didn't know about that.

Marley: Oh, yeah, it just happened kind of suddenly. Bridget got the bug and Vicky said that you would be at work all day, but you weren't, so --

Jamie: I got the afternoon off. It was last-minute, too, yeah.

Marley: Ok.

Jamie: This keeps happening, Marley.

Marley: What does?

Jamie: We keep running into each other. I wonder why that is. My cousin Frankie would say that it was fate.

Marley: Well, whatever it is, I don't think it's good for either one of us.

Jamie: I know you feel awkward.

Marley: I thought I explained all that last night.

Jamie: You did.

Marley: Good. You want to go get dressed? Do you?

Jamie: Go on.

Marley: Come here. Want to go get dressed?

[Steven fusses]

Marley: Oh, oh, oh. We can take your ducky with you. Come on, come on.

Jamie: Does that mean that you have to run away every time we see each other? I mean, we're still friends, aren't we?

Marley: Yes, we can be friends.

Vicky: It's really good.

Tucker: Yes, it is. You should always drink Beaujolais when it's young.

Vicky: That's what I always say.

Tucker: I collect wine.

Vicky: You do? So do I, right here.

Tucker: I have an extensive wine cellar. It's a very good investment.

Vicky: Oh, if you -- if you say so. I would much rather drink it.

Tucker: Have you ever been to the Jazz Festival in Newport?

Vicky: Have you ever been to the Grand Ole Opry?

Tucker: Perish the thought.

Vicky: What about La Scala? Listen, where are these questions coming from?

Tucker: Well, you might as well know I have a standard list I ask all my dates.

Vicky: Really? How spontaneous.

Tucker: It saves time.

Vicky: I -- I see. Why don't you fill me on this a little bit?

Tucker: Well, life is too short to waste on relationships that won't go anywhere. Don't you agree?

Vicky: Am I supposed to?

Tucker: I know what's important to me.

Vicky: Oh.

Tucker: This helps me sort out the possibles from the unlikelys, the trainables from the untrainables.

Vicky: What about the untouchables?

Tucker: I wouldn't go out with them in the first place.

Vicky: Perish the thought.

Tucker: I just want to find someone who shares my interests.

Vicky: And what about the other person's interests?

Tucker: That comes later.

Vicky: I see...I think.

Tucker: Some women are eager to learn. They want to learn new things. For instance, I race my yacht on the lake. A woman who doesn't sail or doesn't want to learn doesn't conform to my lifestyle.

Vicky: You're a real romantic, aren't you?

Tucker: I take it you disapprove?

Vicky: Tuck, you can take it and shove it.

Tucker: What?

Vicky: You treat a woman like she's a company you're about to acquire.

Tucker: I'm sorry you feel that way.

Vicky: Any more time with me would not be cost effective.

Tucker: I guess I should go.

Vicky: Best idea you've had since we've been here.

Vicky: You can keep your money.

Felicia: Having fun?

Vicky: Yacht loads.

Felicia: Oh. Well, this dating scene... it's not easy as it looks, is it?

Ted: Lucas you could do better with Grant if you stopped slinging accusations.

Lucas: I would do better if he could stop skulking around Bay City and get back to Washington where he belongs.

Ted: I m not sure I follow you.

Lucas: Oh, sure you do. He's been seen all over town with that redhead.

Ted: She's a lobbyist.

Lucas: Oh, sure, sure, and I'm the tooth fairy. Look, I don't care if he dates King Kong. I want a fair trial and a speedy trial to clear my name.

Ted: Well, I -- I don't see what I can do about that.

Lucas: I think you do. You can stop all those press releases. Half the world thinks that I'm Al Capone and he's Eliot Ness.

Ted: Now, you're exaggerating.

Lucas: No, you are. Stop the lies.

Ted: Give me one good reason why I should.

Lucas: I know, uh -- I know a couple of newspapers who would pay top dollar for this.

Ted: Where'd you -- where'd you get this?

Lucas: That's my business, and it can stay that way.

Ted: How?

Lucas: Look, I know the spin you've put on his absence, and his backers are buying that. You wouldn't want those things to change, would you?

Ted: Ok. All right, no more press releases.

Lucas: And make sure he listens to reason.

[Telephone rings]

Ted: Yes?

Grant: Ted, it's me. You're going to have to cancel those conference calls.

Ted: Why?

Grant: Well, I still haven't seen Sharly, and, frankly, it doesn't look good.

Ted: All right, fine. I'll cover you.

Grant: Thanks.

Lucas: So, things can stay just as they are...as long as we have a deal.

Vicky: You must love this.

Felicia: I -- I love the look on his face, yes.

Vicky: Oh?

Felicia: It's very satisfying to see people get what they deserve. You know, it usually only happens in books.

Vicky: Your department.

Felicia: Right.

Vicky: I thought you'd be laughing at me.

Felicia: No, not at all. I admire the way you got rid of that little pompous dolt. It's nice when justice is served.

Vicky: It seems books is the only place you find justice and romance these days.

Felicia: Oh, come on, you sound a little cynical.

Felicia: Yeah, well, have a conversation with that guy. It would turn snow white into a cynic.

Felicia: Well, if it's any comfort, I don't think that Grace Kelly would've liked him very much either.

Vicky: Oh, he says he wants a relationship, he just doesn't want to work at it.

Felicia: Maybe you should've told him to try goldfish.

Vicky: Yeah. Well, he wants someone who will hand herself to him like a set of car keys.

Felicia: Oh, how romantic of him.

Vicky: Did Rhett and Scarlett go through this? I mean, they went at each other and went back for more. I guess it made them feel alive.

Felicia: Is that your style, Vicky?

Vicky: What about passion? Why don't these men want any passion?

Felicia: I think it's probably hard to control, but I do believe that there are romantic men out there.

Vicky: Where?

Felicia: Well, probably where you least expect to find it. I know that's true of me every time I've fallen in love.

Vicky: Yeah, it's always true if you have novels, too. It always takes the woman by surprise, she doesn't have to go out and look for it. Unfortunately, that's never happened to me.

Felicia: Maybe it will.

Vicky: Not.

Felicia: Oh, come on, it will. Just don't work so hard at it.

Vicky: Oh, you want me to sit around knitting? Wasn't exactly Scarlett's style.

Felicia: No, no, it wasn't. Ok, so you lost Jamie. You didn't lose your whole life. You're going to find somebody, really.

Marley: I'm all set.

Jamie: Where's Steven?

Marley: He went out before I got his clothes on. I think I wore him out.

Jamie: Usually it's the other way around.

Marley: Well, we had a good time together. I -- I have never seen a child who loves the water so much.

Jamie: He felt safe with you, I could tell.

Marley: We've always gotten along. I'm glad that hasn't changed. It's late.

Jamie: I guess Vicky's date was a success.

Marley: Why do you say that?

Jamie: Well, she would've been back by now.

Marley: Not necessarily. She's trying very hard to get over you.

Jamie: We tried, Marley. We can't make it work, I can't make it work. It's finished no matter what Vicky feels.

Marley: Well, not for me it isn't.

Jamie: Marley --

Marley: I meant to ask you how your family's doing. I heard about the Paulina incident.

Jamie: It was a real shock for everyone.

Marley: I'll bet. Do you think that she could be Mac's daughter?

Jamie: I guess we have no choice but to try to find out.

Marley: Hmm.

Jamie: When someone wants to be part of your life, you have to find a way to deal with them.

Marley: I suppose you do. Tell Vicky I had a good time with Steven, all right? Bye.

Josie: You're still here.

Grant: Oh, hi, yeah.

Josie: Hi.

Grant: Yeah, my friend had to have some more tests done. Listen, how's your mom?

Josie: Not so good, but she's being brave, as usual.

Grant: Like you are?

Josie: Trying to be.

Grant: You want to talk about it, Josie? I mean, how does -- how does she look?

Josie: Wiped out. I've never seen her so shaky.

Grant: Really? I'm sorry to hear that. Do they know what's wrong with her?

Josie: I know she has low blood sugar, and the doctor said that she's just been under too much pressure.

Grant: Mm-hmm?

Josie: I guess she just needs to rest.

Grant: Maybe -- maybe that's all she needs.

Josie: I hope so. So you're still here waiting for your friend? That's -- that's pretty nice.

Grant: Yeah, well, you know how the doctors say that you have to wait around and they have to say ok, so here I am. You know what that's like.

Josie: Yeah.

Grant: Hey, how's your boyfriend, you know, the one that gave me the award that day?

Josie: We broke up.

Grant: Oh, you did? Well, maybe it's only temporary, huh?

Josie: I don't know. But what about your girlfriend?

Grant: Mine? My girlfriend?

Josie: Well, yeah, the last time I saw you, you were waiting for her.

Grant: Oh, that's right, that's right, yeah. She's -- she's fine, she's fine.

Josie: Good. I'm happy for you.

Grant: Thank you.

Josie: Well, I'd better get going.

Grant: Hey, well, listen --

Josie: Thank you for talking to me.

Grant: Well, don't worry about your mom, ok, because if she's in here, she's really, really in good hands.

Josie: I know.

Grant: You take care.

Josie: You, too.

Grant: Bye-bye.

Josie: Bye.

Grant: John.

John: Grant.

Grant: I need to know how she is.

John: Not good. Dr. Benson is with her now.

Grant: Look, I never, ever meant for this to happen.

John: I know.

Grant: If I would've known she was your wife --

John: It's a little late for that now, isn't it?

Grant: Yeah, I guess so.

John: I hope since you understand the situation you'll be able to let it go.

Grant: My feelings haven't changed.

John: She is married to me.

Grant: I know that. But I love her, and she fell in love with me.

John: Do you not understand? You were dealing with the aberrational side of a very ill woman.

Grant: I know it's not rational. But it's the first time I've ever felt like this.

John: Grant, I suggest you give a lot of thought to what you're saying.

Vicky: Oh?

Felicia: Think positive.

Vicky: All right. You're right, there is a romantic man out there besides Jamie, and I'm going to find him before my hair turns blue.

Felicia: You will, you will. There's somebody for everybody, trust me.

Vicky: Oh, I just --

Felicia: Just God help the man who gets you.

Vicky: Oh, thanks a lot!

Felicia: Good night.

Lucas: Hello.

Felicia: Hello, Luke. How are you?

Vicky: Good night.

Felicia: Good night. You look happy. What's up?

Lucas: Oh, buy me a cup of coffee and I'll tell you all about it.

Felicia: I'd love to. Come on. Is it to do with the case?

Lucas: Well, I have a feeling that things are going to start looking a little better.

Felicia: Really? All right, let me order the coffee. I'll be right back. Sit down.

Lucas: Thanks.

Lucas: Yes, this is -- this is Lucas. We spoke earlier about having a photo enlargement made? That's right, that's right, very confidential. I'd like to stop over as soon as possible to bring over some negatives.

Man: Don't make a sound.

Grant: I intend to be here if Sharly needs me.

John: Sharly?

Grant: Yes.

John: You're not serious?

Grant: Look, John, she changed my life, and I'm not going anywhere until I've seen her.

John: Grant, my wife is having a very difficult time coming to terms with what Sharly did. She didn't realize the extent of Sharly's life. She's horribly ashamed.

Grant: Why, because you're making her feel that way? You have no right to judge Sharly. I mean, she didn't commit a crime. She just fell in love, that's all.

John: Look, Sharly is only a fragment of Sharlene. Don't you understand that?

Grant: Not to me. Not to me. She is the most real person that I've ever known. John, you've been my doctor. I'm very grateful to you, but I'm not going to walk away from somebody who has meant everything to me, who means everything to me.

John: You have no claims here, Grant. She is my wife. And I intend to do everything in my power to make sure that she gets well so that we can resume our life together. You're going to have to live with that.

Taylor: Multiple personalities and split personalities are usually the result of some sort of abuse in childhood. It's a way of dealing with the helplessness and the pain that a child feels.

Sharlene: I don't remember too much from when I was growing up, not before I went to school. Only stories Emma's told me.

Taylor: Well, that's why I'm going to use hypnosis again.

Sharlene: And sodium amytal?

Taylor: Maybe. We never really tried that, did we?

Sharlene: John doesn't think so.

Taylor: Well, it may be useful in integrating your personalities, but we won't start there.

Sharlene: I don't even know if I've slept with anyone, and I know John's thinking it, too.

Sharlene: John is handling this.

Sharlene: Yeah. He's trying, I can see that, but I know things will never be the same between us.

Taylor: Maybe they'll be better.

Sharlene: I want to be the woman he married.

Taylor: That woman had a lot of secrets, Sharlene.

Sharlene: I don't want to hurt him and I don't want to lose him, and I will if Sharly comes back.

He's on edge every moment, every single moment. It's the way he looks at me. He's wondering if Sharly's going to come out. I can't stand it.

Taylor: What do you want to do about it?

Sharlene: I think there's only one thing that you can do. I want you to keep me in the hospital.

Taylor: You want me to commit you?

Sharlene: Until I'm cured and I know that Sharly will never surface again.

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