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Another World Transcript Wednesday 5/31/06

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Donna: I think you've really snapped. I really think you've gone round the bend, Jake.

Jake: Will we ever be lovers again?

Donna: I don't know. And I certainly wouldn't let you put my answer on videotape if I did.

Jake: Fine, next question. Did you put Michael up to trying to buy me out of my share of Visions?

Donna: What?

Jake: He's putting a lot of pressure on me, Donna.

Donna: Well, I have nothing to do with it. I would never do anything to wreck our partnership. You should know that, especially now that we're just taking off.

Jake: What about our other partnership? Hmm, is that ever going to take off again?

Donna: I don't believe you're doing -- I resent being interrogated like this.

[Knock on door]

Jake: Or do I look for that kind of partnership some place else?

Donna: No.

Jake: [Sighs]

Marley: I should have called.

Jake: No.

Marley: You're busy?

Jake: No.

Marley: Then may I come in?

Jake: Sure, come on in.

Marley: Oh my, what a wonderful place. You must have really done some interesting things here.

Man: Don't say a word. Shh. Good. Mm, you're even more beautiful in person than you are in your pictures.

Taylor: You want to be institutionalized?

Sharlene: So that if Sharly comes back, she can't hurt anyone but herself.

Taylor: Think about this, Sharlene.

Sharlene: It's the only way.

Taylor: I'm not sure you'd say that if you knew all that it involves.

Grant's voice: She's not your patient, John.

John's voice: She is my wife.

Grant's voice: But maybe I can help?

Sharlene: Who is that?

Taylor: That's John.

Sharlene: No, the other man.

Taylor: Grant Harrison.

Grant: I am not going to go home.

Sharlene: The man I was with?

Grant's voice: I am going to stay until I get a chance to see Sharly.

John's voice: I'm not going to stand here and argue with you. You're not --

Sharlene: I have to do something.

John: Not about you, Grant.

John: I told you how she is.

Grant: I want to make sure that she's all right, remember I love her. I love her, too!

John: Look, I'm getting really tired of hearing this.

Taylor: Excuse me. Sharlene would like to see you -- congressman Harrison.

Man: Don't fight with me. I will not hurt you.

Josie: Please, please, just let me go. I will give you money, anything!

Man: I don't want your money. How can you say that?

Josie: Let me go!

Man: Would you stop, I will not hurt you. I would never hurt you. I'm your biggest fan. Now, just relax. Just listen to me, ok? All I want you to do is to come with me, ok? Ok.

[Horn honks]

Felicia: Ok, coffee.

Lucas: Thanks.

Felicia: What's happened? You were so happy before.

Lucas: Oh, nothing.

Felicia: Who is that in the picture?

Lucas: Couple of people from my London office.

Felicia: Really, Grant Harrison works in your London office, does he?

Lucas: What?

Felicia: That was Grant Harrison in the picture. I saw him with a woman.

Lucas: Yes, it was Harrison.

Felicia: So, what are you doing? Are you investigating our little congressman?

Lucas: What if I am?

Felicia: Come on, I worry about you. I always will.

Lucas: I know you do.

Felicia: Ok, drink your coffee.

Lucas: Thank you.

Felicia: I -- I know this has been really hard on you. It's very rough to sit around and wait for some stupid committee to decide what your future is going to be.

Lucas: Future? My business has no future. No one will talk to me.

Felicia: What does Iris think about all this?

Lucas: I haven't talked to her lately.

Felicia: Ok, we won't talk about that subject. So, what are you going to do with this picture? You're going to do something, aren't you?

Lucas: Look, I just want to --

Felicia: You're going to use it, aren't you?

Lucas: Fanny.

Felicia: In some underhanded way? Don't lie to me, Luke, please.

Lucas: You have a very vivid imagination.

Felicia: Oh right, you're just going to carry a picture of Harrison around with a woman in your pocket just for the fun of it?

Lucas: Fanny, quit worrying.

Felicia: I told you I will always worry about you.

Lucas: Fanny, I know what I am doing.

Frankie: Excuse me, guys.

Felicia: Frankie, hi.

Frankie: Hi. I'm sorry to interrupt, but I am on a pretty short schedule today.

Felicia: No, no, it's all right. Frankie and I are doing a wedding session. I did make a list of all the things we've already decided on.

Frankie: Great.

Felicia: Good.

Frankie: Yeah.

Lucas: You know, Frankie, I've never had a chance to congratulate you.

Frankie: Oh, thank you.

Lucas: I want to wish you all the best.

Felicia: Oh, wait a minute. Uh, Sharlene -- isn't she supposed to be here or is she joining you later?

Frankie: Uh, she won't be joining us at all.

Felicia: What's happened?

Frankie: Sharlene's been hospitalized.

John: She wants to see him?

Taylor: Yes.

John: She asked to see him?

Grant: So shall I go in right now?

John: No.

Grant: Why?

John: Because I want to get something straight.

Grant: But you heard the doctor!

John: Look, I will tell you when you can go in. Come here. What is this all about? What's going on?

Taylor: Sharlene heard the two of you arguing and she wanted to see Grant.

John: Well, I don't think that she can handle it.

Taylor: Well, why don't you talk to her first. Personally, I think it might be very beneficial for the two of them to meet. She has to begin to deal with this directly, John. But if you don't --

John: No, don't. I'll talk to her.

John: Are you sure you want to do this?

Sharlene: John, I have to see him.

John: Well, maybe you don't, Sharlene. Maybe you never have to see him again. Come on, think about that.

Sharlene: No, I have thought about it. I love you.

John: I love you.

Sharlene: But I have to see this man. He can tell me about Sharly.

John: Maybe there's another way?

Sharlene: No, what if Dr. Benson were here the whole time? Would it bother you as much?

John: I don't know.

Sharlene: John, I'm scared, too. But I have to go through with this.

John: I really hate this. But if it's what you want...

Sharlene: It is.

Taylor: Have you two talked?

Sharlene: Yes, I would like to see Mr. Harrison. And I'd like you to be here.

Taylor: Of course.

John: I'll be right outside.

Sharlene: It's ok.

Grant: It's so good to see you.

Jake: And that's where we keep the tapes.

Marley: In alphabetical order?

Jake: Yes, we're very organized.

Marley: You, organized?

Jake: I, it's your mother that's organized.

Marley: Yes.

Jake: I just try to mess up -- not to mess things up too bad.

Marley: Like that, it sounds more like it.

Jake: Ok, what else can I show you? This is a television monitor, obviously.

Marley: And you do all the editing here?

Jake: Yes, we do. And when things get rough, we come right over here and have a little jelly doughnut and coffee break.

Marley: You are still a jelly doughnut addict, I see.

Jake: It's my biggest vice.

Marley: Mm.

Jake: Mm.

Marley: They are good, mm.

Jake: Come and sit.

Marley: You're not busy?

Jake: No -- yes, but I was going to take a break anyway.

Marley: You're sure?

Jake: Sure.

Jake: So, have you decided to --

Marley: Stay in town? I don't know.

Jake: Well, when are you --

Marley: Going to make up my mind? I'm not sure.

Jake: Marley, why did you --

Marley: Come over and see you?

Jake: Yes. And why do you keep finishing my sentences?

Marley: Oh, because --

Jake: You're nervous?

Marley: A bit. [Chuckling]

Jake: Why?

Marley: Well, because we're not spending much time together lately and so I'm not all that comfortable with you yet. May I have another doughnut?

Jake: Well, you didn't finish that one.

Marley: But I finished the jelly part.

Jake: It used to drive me nuts when you did that.

Marley: It used to drive me nuts when you would order sole almondine and scrap all the almonds off.

Jake: I don't like almonds.

Marley: Then why did you order sole almondine?

Jake: The taste. The almonds made the flavor better.

Marley: How can you like the taste of the almonds and not like the almonds?

Jake: Oh, Marley, how can you like jelly doughnuts and not like the doughnut?

Marley: No, no, no, that's a terrible analogy.

Jake: It's a perfect analogy.

Marley: No, it's not. Do you see me scraping the doughnut off the jelly?

Jake: No, but if you're only interested in the jelly, why don't you get yourself a big jar and a spoon and you can just --

Marley: Jake.

Jake: Yes.

Marley: Why are we having this conversation?

Jake: I suppose because I want to avoid the, uh, important issues here.

Marley: Yeah, yeah, I think that's it.

Jake: I'll get the doughnuts.

Marley: Good idea, thanks.

Jake: Whew. You look like you got some sun.

Marley: I've been outside.

Jake: Michael's pool?

Marley: No, actually, the Cory pool. I've been taking care of Steven.

Jake: Hmm.

[Knock on door]

Jake: I'll get it.

Marley: Ok.

Iris: Oh, hello, Jake. Hi, Vicky.

Marley: Marley.

Iris: Marley.

Marley: Hello, Mrs. --

Iris: Good heaven, it's impossible to tell you two apart.

Marley: Nice to see you. How are you?

Iris: Wonderful, thank you. Uh, you?

Marley: Oh, very good, never been better.

Iris: Must be lovely for the family to have you back in town again. Jake, I -- I need to talk to you.

Marley: I'll -- I'll be over there.

Jake: Ah, just lay off those doughnuts, will you?

Iris: Jake, please don't jump down my throat.

Jake: Have I ever done that, Iris?

Iris: No, but you sort of looked like you might.

Jake: What can I do for you?

Iris: I need that promotional tape, immediately.

Jake: What do you mean by immediately?

Iris: Well, right now. Like this minute. Yesterday.

Jake: You said it was due tomorrow.

Iris: I know, but I changed my mind.

Jake: And why was that, just to drive me nuts?

Iris: Yes, of course. No, I need it to show to the board meeting.

Jake: Well, it isn't ready.

Iris: Jake, you told me earlier that it was ready.

Jake: I said it was finished, I didn't say it was ready. I still have some last minute adjustments I need to make. I was just looking at it. It needs just a little bit of work on the vocal track.

Iris: Well, could I see it please.

Marley: It's in here. I can put it in.

Iris: Oh, would you do that? That would be lovely.

Jake: Don't touch that!

Josie: Matthew, oh, Matthew.

Matt: Josie. What's going on?

Josie: Oh, thank God you're here.

Matt: Hey, hey, hey, what's going on?

Josie: Before, when I was at Tops with those people. They left. Then I talked to you -- Olivia. And she left and then I -- I talked to you and you left.

Matt: Ok, wait, wait, wait, just calm down. Tell me what happened?

Josie: Ok, ok. I went back to the table to get my purse. And there was a note from a fan.

Matt: Crazed fan, right?

Josie: Oh, Matthew, this is for real.

Matt: [Sighs]

Josie: I had nothing to do with it.

Matt: Mm-hmm.

Josie: And then when I was in the hospital parking lot, he was there.

Matt: The fan?

Josie: He snuck up on me. He -- he was so close. I -- I couldn't see his face. He -- he grabbed me. He -- he covered my mouth.

Matt: How did you get away, Josie?

Josie: A car honked. And I -- I shoved him and he tripped and then I ran. And I kept on running till I finally got a cab over here. Oh, Matthew. Matthew, what's wrong? Why are you looking at me like that?

Matt: Because I don't believe a word you're saying.

Grant: It's so good to see you. I've been waiting here to see you ever since they brought you here. How are you, Sharly?

Sharlene: That's not my name.

Grant: I'm sorry. Um, it's just that I'm -- I'm used to -- no, it's Sharlene. I know that. Uh, do you know me, at all?

Sharlene: I remember meeting you once at the -- the Pelican. But that was just in passing.

Grant: Yeah, I remember that. I thought you were -- I thought you were kidding me.

Sharlene: Did I do that a lot, did I kid?

Grant: Well, you were always, uh, very unpredictable when I first saw you.

Sharlene: Where -- where was that?

Grant: It was a political fundraiser.

Sharlene: What was I doing there?

Grant: You were, uh, kind of a hostess.

Sharlene: Kind of?

Grant: Yeah, you -- you would mix drinks and introduce people, uh, make conversation. That's all. I mean, you were terrific.

Sharlene: Was that, uh, something to do with my job at the Pelican?

Grant: Yeah, yes, I think it did.

Sharlene: Well, that was -- that was just a few months ago,

Grant: Right.

Sharlene: So you haven't known, uh, Sharly all that long?

Grant: Long enough.

Sharlene: Did you love her?

Grant: I did. And I do.

Sharlene: Well, then I have to ask you something else. Did you make love to her?

Jake: Don't play that tape.

Marley: Sorry.

Iris: Good heavens, Jake, what's the matter?

Jake: Nothing. I, uh, I just didn't want you to take that tape until it's in the proper box, one with -- with a run-down on the cover. You see, I've been trying to reorganize it and I've just -- I've just been unaware. You know what I mean. Marley, could I -- could I have the tape. Yeah, Thank you. You see, it's ready.

Iris: Thank you. You seem very preoccupied. I hope it's not disappointing.

Jake: Oh, no, I'm sure you'll love what Visions has done for you.

Iris: Good because I want to show it to the board meeting. I've got to get going.

Jake: Thank you very much for stopping by, Iris. I am sure they will love Visions' presentation.

Iris: I hope you're right. Good-bye, Marley. I'll talk to you after I've seen this.

Josie: You think I'm lying?

Matt: Why wouldn't I, Josie?

Josie: Because this really happened.

Matt: Right. I've got an appointment to get to.

Josie: I am telling you the truth. God, can't you see how upset I am? I'm terrified.

Matt: You were terrified last time, too, Josie.

Josie: I can't believe this.

Matt: You either, huh?

Josie: All these problems with my mother, someone is after me, really after me and you just turn your back on me.

Matt: What do you want from me? What do you expect?

Josie: Ok, fine, fine. I know I lied to you before, Matthew, but this time --

Matt: Oh, but this time it's different, you're telling the truth? Should I forget about all the lies and believe you from now on?

Josie: Someone attacked me, Matthew.

Matt: Ok, where are the bruises, Josie? Where are the bruises? Oh, your make-up is perfect.

Josie: Because I got away.

Matt: Oh, you got away before he could hurt you, I forgot.

Josie: Matthew, he said he was my biggest fan.

Matt: Well, maybe he should run for president of your fan club, unless your other fan has already got that covered.

Josie: It's not funny.

Matt: You're damn right it's not funny.

Josie: Ok, fine. I'll call the police myself.

Matt: Wait a minute.

Josie: Let go of me.

Matt: I am not going to let you do this.

Josie: Someone is after me. He could attack me again.

Matt: Listen, I know you're pulling out all the stops in some desperate attempt to get me back, but it's not going to work.

Josie: Oh, just let go of me. Leave me alone.

Matt: If you go to the police, you're going to have to tell them everything, all the things you did.

Josie: I have to tell them that someone attacked me in the parking lot, Matthew.

Matt: Nobody attacked you. Nothing happened.

Josie: You have got to believe me.

Matt: You have got to stop doing this to yourself, that's what you have to do. You know, I believe one thing, I believe you want publicity and you'll do anything to get it.

Josie: You are wrong. You are so wrong.

Matt: Josie -- Josie.

Felicia: Exhaustion.

Frankie: It's what they're treating her for. She's been keeping all these crazy hours at the Pelican and --

Felicia: And she's also been working still at the farm.

Frankie: Yeah, yeah she has.

Felicia: Boy, you know, I wish there was something I could do.

Frankie: John will take good care of her.

Felicia: Oh, I know that. I know. How is this going to affect your wedding plans?

Frankie: I can't get married without Sharlene.

Felicia: Oh, honey.

Frankie: I just got through talking to Cass, and we're going to postpone.

Felicia: Oh, I am so sorry.

Frankie: You know, Cass and I were both out at the house, completely over our pre-wedding jitters, and all of a sudden, everything felt so right.

Felicia: It is right, really.

Frankie: And it will still be right in a few weeks, it'll be right forever.

Felicia: You're sure this is the only reason -- I mean, Sharlene. It's not something else. You're not still having wedding jitters, because, you know, we can talk about it.

Frankie: There is nothing in this world --

Felicia: We can work through it.

Frankie: I want more than to be married to Cass, but Sharlene is more than my aunt, she's my closest friend. When I walk down the aisle, I want her to be there. Ooh, I still get the chills when I say that.

Felicia: Good chills, I hope.

Frankie: Yes, yes, Cass understands so don't you worry. There will be a wedding in grand style.

Felicia: Oh, please, I don't even care if you go to Las Vegas.

Frankie: Ooh, I do. For Cass and me that place is a disaster waiting to happen.

Felicia: I just want to hear the words, "I do."

Frankie: And you will.

Felicia: Good. So, enough about me, tell me about Mitch.

Felicia: Well, he's lighting up the whole continent, I guess. He's taking lots of pictures and I did talk to him last night, actually. Had a nice talk. And he's happy.

Felicia: Good. When do you think you'll be able to fly over and see him?

Felicia: Not right now. It's just-- well, there's just too much going on here.

Grant: We never slept together.

Sharlene: Never?

Grant: No -- we were going to and well, it doesn't matter.

Sharlene: No, it doesn't.

Grant: I wanted it to be really special the first time we made love, perfect. We both did. And so last night we decided was right. And then we decided to move to France. And we were celebrating.

Sharlene: France?

Grant: Uh-huh.

Sharlene: She was -- I said I would go to France with you? But you'd only known me for a little while.

Grant: Well, by then my -- life had started moving really -- really quickly and I was able to understand more about Sharly.

Sharlene: No.

Grant: No?

Sharlene: I wish I knew what you were talking about.

Grant: It's not important. It's not important, really the most important thing is that you get well as quickly as you can.

Sharlene: You really did love her, didn't you?

Grant: Why wouldn't I?

Sharlene: Because she's -- she's --

Grant: Wonderful.

Sharlene: No, she's bad. She's tried to --

Grant: No, no, don't --

Sharlene: Ruin.

Grant: No, no, don't say that about her. She's -- Sharly is wonderful. She loves life. She -- she loves every minute of every day.

Sharlene: It's how she lives. It's the way she lives.

Grant: She lives to make people happy. That's what she wants. And to make me happy.

Sharlene: How did she do that?

Grant: Well, the first time I met you -- her. Oh, God, this is hard. It's like I'm talking to a stranger and all I really want to do is just reach over and put my arms around you.

Taylor: Why don't you tell Sharlene about that first night?

Grant: Ok, that night, we, well, we -- we-- went to an arcade.

Sharlene: Arcade?

Grant: You know, where they have -- they have baseball throw and they have shooting galleries and they have, uh, rides of all kind. So it was really funny because we -- we didn't have any money left. So you took off your shoes and you jumped right into the old wishing pond and you started gathering up all the money and, uh --

Sharlene: That was fun for you?

Grant: It was funny. It was really funny. And then we went to New York. I took you to New York.

Sharlene: New York?

Grant: Uh-huh.

Taylor: Do you have any recollection of this, Sharlene?

Sharlene: No, no.

Grant: I do. I loved it. It was beautiful. And we had a great time. And when we got there, you -- you wanted to buy some sightseeing tickets. You wanted to go sightseeing so we got on a bus and we went all -- all around. We got in the bus with all the tourists. And I was so happy because you were with me. You were always the most honest, the most direct --

Sharlene: No, no.

Grant: Yes, you were.

Sharlene: No.

Grant: To me you were. To me you were. You -- you gave my life a whole new meaning. You made me feel joy for the first time.

Sharlene: So, you -- you cared about her.

Grant: I love her. I love you.

John: Lucas.

Lucas: Hello, John.

John: What are you doing here?

Lucas: Sharlene is sick.

John: Who told you?

Lucas: Frankie. She said she'd been hospitalized.

John: You know, she's feeling fine.

Lucas: Has Josie been here?

John: She was.

Lucas: Poor kid must be worried.

Taylor: I'm afraid that's it, congressman. Sharlene needs to rest.

Sharlene: I don't know how I'm going to rest. I don't know how I'm ever going to even understand this.

Grant: I'm -- I'm sorry if I upset you.

Sharlene: It's not your fault.

Taylor: Please, please, Mr. Harrison.

Grant: You know, it's very strange because you sound like Sharly and you talk like Sharly. But you really aren't Sharly at all, are you?

Sharlene: No, I'm not.

John: You know, I don't get it.

Lucas: What don't you get?

John: You came for someone who hardly considers you a friend.

Lucas: Well, Josie's my friend.

John: Yeah, I guess she is. After all, you came out to see her mother.

Lucas: Why don't you tell me why I'm here? Tell me what underhanded reason I have. I mean, it couldn't be that I was here to see someone I'd known a long time ago. Now, that wouldn't be like Lucas, would it?

John: You're awfully upset for someone with no ulterior motives.

Lucas: Just wanted to see how Sharlene was.

Grant: John.

John: She's fine.

Lucas: Congressman. Fancy seeing you here.

Grant: Lucas. Uh, never mind, John.

Lucas: Tell Sharlene I was asking about her, please.

Taylor: She wants to see you now, John.

John: How did it go?

Sharlene: It was difficult, but I'm glad I saw him. It helped me make an important, important decision, John.

John: What's that?

Sharlene: Later today, after I'm released, I can't go back home.

Josie: [Sighs]

Man: I knew you'd come home, eventually.

Josie: Oh, no.

Man: So I waited for you. Just like I did a few months ago. This time you're not hanging around that dumb jock, are you?

Josie: Please, take anything. I'll give you money.

Man: The only thing I want is you.

Jake: So, where were we?

Marley: Doughnuts and coffee?

Jake: Oh, I think we were already past that. You were telling me you were at the Cory's pool watching little Steven.

Marley: Right, right.

Jake: Was there any one else there?

Marley: Oh, you're never alone in that place. There are always servants and children and tons of activity. Why are you looking at me like that?

Jake: You're different.

Marley: I -- how?

Jake: Ever since you got back from the Riviera.

Marley: In what way?

Jake: I don't know, it's hard to put into words. You just -- you seem --

Marley: Happier.

Jake: You're doing it again.

Marley: Oh, sorry. What were you going to say?

Jake: That you seem happy.

Marley: Oh, ok.

Jake: You are.

Marley: I'll admit it.

Jake: I can see it in your eyes.

Marley: Want to know why?

Jake: I think I have an idea.

Marley: Because I have decided to start taking risks. I am tired of always doing the right thing.

Jake: So, now you're going to do the wrong thing.

Marley: Mm, if I feel like it.

Jake: Well, the wrong thing sometimes can be interesting.

Marley: Interesting and exciting. I need some excitement in my life.

Jake: Like when you and I were together?

Marley: Says who?

Jake: You don't have to say.

Marley: You have an ego that doesn't quit.

Jake: Come on, you have to admit that you and I had --

Marley: No, no, I don't.

Jake: Then I'll say it for you. You and I were perfect together. We were made for each other. You can go to L.A. You can go to the Riviera. You can go anywhere you want, but you're not going to find what you and I had together.

Marley: You have a really fabulous place here. Do you know that? You have really built yourself a whole new life.

Jake: You're shocked.

Marley: No. I've always believed in your talent.

Jake: You just didn't believe in me, right?

Felicia: I did tell him all about your house.

Frankie: Right now it doesn't feel like my house, it belongs to Anthony, the carpenter.

Felicia: Oh boy, when you get that fixed up, it's going to be fabulous.

Frankie: Hope they don't mind the commotion.

Felicia: Who?

Frankie: I think it's haunted.

Felicia: Well, I certainly hope so. I'd hate to see all that wonderful atmosphere go to waste.

Frankie: I'm serious. It's haunted by the spirits of the people who were married there. I've been -- I've been sleuthing around in the attic --

Felicia: So the spirit of love, that's where they hang out, is in the attic?

Frankie: There and in all the of window seats where Juliet and Frederick carved their initials. Oh, they were so happy, Felicia. They were never apart.

Felicia: Really? Wow. You believe this, don't you?

Frankie: I know it sounds crazy, but it's for real. You ask Cass.

Felicia: Oh, no, no, I don't have to. You say so, I -- I believe you.

Frankie: We heard the music the night that you were there and Cass heard it, too.

Felicia: Mm-hmm.

Frankie: You know, I can't explain it, but all of this strange stuff goes on in my house, and none of it is bad.

Felicia: Well, that's great.

Frankie: And, you see, that's why I don't mind postponing the wedding because no matter what happens, I will always have Cass. We will have our house and a lifetime full of adventure.

Iris: Well there, hello, ladies.

Frankie: Iris.

Iris: I'm sorry to interrupt this tête-à-tête, but I need to talk to you, Felicia, privately.

Frankie: Of course.

Felicia: Really, that's why you came all the way over here?

Iris: Well, no. Actually, I'm having Sophisticate's promotional tape copied in the lab downstairs.

Felicia: Couldn't get a little lackey to do that for you, huh, Iris?

Iris: Well, of course I could. But then I would miss this delightful little chat. Would you excuse us, please -- Frankie, is it? I'll be at the bar.

Felicia: Chat. I'll be right back.

Frankie: Be careful.

Felicia: Yeah.

Felicia: Iris, what?

Iris: Where's Lucas?

Felicia: What does that mean?

Iris: Perfectly plain English. Where is Lucas? I need him, I can't locate him, and I'm assuming you can.

Felicia: Well, now, actually, I did see him today.

Iris: Where?

Felicia: Here.

Iris: When did he leave?

Felicia: I don't know. I would guess about an hour ago.

Iris: Well, for once I'm delighted that you are keeping up with his whereabouts.

Felicia: Glad to be of assistance, Iris.

Iris: Oh, if you ever see Mitch again, do give him my best.

Felicia: Set the wedding date yet, dear?

Iris: Kiss off.

Matt: Hey, how are you doing?

Frankie: Oh, thank you for meeting me here, Matthew.

Matt: No problem. Hey, I think that's great about you and Cass.

Frankie: Oh, thanks.

Matt: So, when's the big day again?

Frankie: Well, we had to postpone because of this thing with Sharlene, which is what I wanted to talk to you about.

Matt: About Sharlene?

Frankie: Uh, uh, no, no -- Josie. How's she doing?

Matt: Uh, I really don't know.

Frankie: Come on, Matthew, tell me what's going on?

Matt: Frankie, it's over. There's nothing to talk about.

Frankie: You know, I think this has been a pretty rough time for Josie, Matt.

Matt: She brought a lot of that upon herself.

Frankie: Well, I don't know any of the details, but I know that this must have been pretty hard on her.

Matt: It hasn't been a day in the park for me, either.

Frankie: No, of course it hasn't.

Matt: It wasn't meant to be. That's the -- you know, that's it.

Frankie: Is it?

Matt: Yeah.

Frankie: You're absolutely certain there's no way you can get back together?

Matt: I just talked to her. From the way she acted, no, no, no way.

Frankie: Today is not a very good day for her, Matthew.

Matt: What do you mean?

Frankie: Well, you know, this thing with her mother has got her really upset and --

Matt: You seem to think I know what it is.

Frankie: Sharlene's in the hospital. Didn't Josie tell you that?

Matt: No. She mentioned some problems with her mother, but it's not serious, is it?

Frankie: I -- I think it's stress.

Matt: Why didn't she come out and tell me about it? She probably needs someone to talk to.

Frankie: Probably.

Matt: I'll go by on my way home, make sure she's ok.

Frankie: Thanks.

Man: Josie, I've got it all worked out now.

Josie: What do you have worked out?

Man: Our life together. Now, I know how much you love the beach. So I've gotten us a little bungalow, right on the water in Florida.

Josie: Florida?

Man: It's not on the ocean side. It's on the gulf side because I know you love to watch the sun set over the waves. It's decorated in your favorite color. It's a beautiful red.

Josie: What are you -- what are you talking about? Who are you?

Man: I'm your fantasy. I'm the man of your dreams. I'm going to make every one of those dreams come true.

Josie: Dreams? Oh, I just -- I said all those things for -- for an article.

Man: No.

Josie: I did.

Man: No, you wouldn't do that.

Josie: But I did. It was just -- it was for publicity.

Man: You're lying. I know you are. You wouldn't do that to me.

Josie: No, I wouldn't -- I wouldn't -- I wouldn't do that to you.

Man: Josie, stop. Tell me something. Tell me -- tell me I'm the only man that you've ever wanted. Tell me I'm the only man that you've ever loved.

Josie: I don't know what I want, ok? I need -- I need time to think. I -- need time to think.

Man: No, I'm not losing you this time, no.

Josie: Please, please, please let me go.

Man: No, just stay with me.

Josie: Please, if you let me go, I won't tell anyone.

Man: No, just stay with me please.

Josie: Please.

Lucas: What's going on?

Josie: Oh, thank God. Thank God you're here.

Lucas: Josie, what -- who was that? What's he doing here?

Josie: I don't know. He wanted to -- he -- he grabbed me. He wouldn't let me go.

Lucas: Ok, look, look, look, just calm down. Calm down. How did he get in here?

Josie: He was here when I got home. He -- I -- Lucas, he's crazy. He's just like the fan I made up.

Lucas: Fan?

Josie: Only this time it's real. Lucas, if -- if you hadn't come when you did -- you saved my life. You saved my life. You saved my life.

Marley: I did believe in you.

Jake: Until?

Marley: Always. I never stopped.

Jake: Then what happened to us?

Marley: It was me. I couldn't handle the idea of you being with another woman, much less my sister. It was just too much for me then.

Jake: But now you can handle it?

Marley: I don't know. I know that I'm, uh, a stronger person than I was then. I've accepted the fact that I'm only human like everyone else. But I didn't come here to talk about me, I came here to be with you. Look at you. See what it's like being with you again. Find out how you are doing.

Jake: Well, as you can see, I'm still eating all the wrong stuff.

Marley: And my tummy is so happy.

Jake: And I have a bad temper, so --

Marley: You -- you have a temper?

Jake: I still dress like a slob.

Marley: No, I always liked the way you dressed.

Jake: And, uh, I'm always at a loss for words when it comes to talking to you.

Marley: You always manage to say the right thing.

Jake: You're just saying that not to hurt my feelings.

Marley: Well, I hope I don't hurt your feeling when I tell you that you are still a space cadet.

Jake: I have never been a space cadet.

Marley: Well, then you are turning into one. You see what happens when I am not here to keep you together? But luckily I rescued you today.

Jake: What are you taking about?

Marley: Well, you know when Iris was here before?

Jake: Mm-hmm.

Marley: And -- and you got all, uh, flustered.

Jake: Yeah.

Marley: Yeah, well, I heard you talking and I heard you tell her that you needed to put the right tape into the "Sophisticate" jacket. You got all harried so I helped you.

Jake: What are you talking about?

Marley: Don't worry, I did the right thing. You see, I put the tape that you were watching into the "Sophisticate" box. So now Iris has it.

Sharlene: What Grant told me --

John: What?

Sharlene: Just about the things he did with Sharly and the places they went.

John: How did that make you feel?

Sharlene: I know he was only trying to help but it just made me realize how much I don't know.

John: I should have never let him in here.

Sharlene: No, John. It's not his fault. He seems like a nice man.

John: He is.

Sharlene: Listening to him tell about Sharly, it was so hard.

John: He's gone. It's over.

Sharlene: I wish it would and I wish it were. I want -- I want you to support me. I want to check myself in to Morgan Pavilion.

John: What?

Sharlene: John, you know it's the only way. You know that.

: No, there has to be something else other than hospitalization.

Sharlene: You can't watch me all the time.

John: I can try, Sharlene.

Sharlene: No, no. It wouldn't work because sooner or later I'd be alone, and Sharly could come out, and she could get away.

John: But we have Emma and Josie to help us.

Sharlene: No, I will not have my family turned into jailers. Grant loves Sharly. And she will do whatever she has to do to get back with him, and nothing you or my family can do to stop that. Now, I have to do this. And, John, I love you. And I always will. And I'm praying I will be back with you soon. But until I face this person inside me, I can't be with you.

Taylor: I've made arrangements for your transfer to the Morgan Pavilion, Sharlene. Whenever you're ready.

Sharlene: Now. I'm ready now.

John: I'll take her.

Sharlene: John.

John: Listen, before you go, I want you to know that I'm going to do everything within my power to help you get well. We're going to beat this thing. I know you are.

Sharlene: Let's go.

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