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Another World Transcript Thursday 6/15/06
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Iris: Oh, there you are. Hilda thought you were in your room.
Rachel: Oh, no, it was such a beautiful morning, I thought I'd have breakfast out here. Are the children done?
Iris: No, I came early because I wanted to talk to you before the meeting.
Iris: I haven't been able to sleep all night. This thing with Paulina -- I can't stop thinking about it.
Rachel: Yes, I've been thinking about it quite a bit myself lately.
Iris: Which is why I don't understand how you could allow this to happen.
Rachel: "Allow"? Iris, I thought you were backing me up on this.
Iris: But that was last night.
Sharlene: Let go of me.
Man: Calm down, Sharlene.
Sharlene: I'll calm down if you'll let me go. Just let me go. That's all I want.
Grant: Ok, that's enough. Take your hands off of her right now.
Daphne: She's trying to leave without permission.
Sharlene: Grant, please get me out of here, get me out of here. I can't stand this.
Man: Back off, we're dealing with this.
Grant: Look, take your hands off her or I'll bring both up on charges right now.
Sharlene: Let me go!
Taylor: Daphne, what's going on here?
Daphne: Well, she was trying to walk out, Dr. Benson, and when I questioned her, she got violent.
John: Is that true?
Taylor: Eddie, let her go.
Sharlene: I want out of this hell-hole. I love Grant and I want out of here.
Vicky: She just stood up and said she was dropping the case, just like that?
Marley: She said that she didn't think it was fair if Mikey wasn't with his biological parents.
Vicky: So she just gave Mikey to them?
Marley: She didn't have to. Eve's testimony wasn't strong.
Vicky: She didn't think Eve was capable of tying Mikey's shoes, let alone raising him.
Marley: I know. That's why this doesn't make any sense at all. Something must have happened to change her mind.
Vicky: Like what?
Marley: I don't know. I mean, what could've convinced her to give up her son?
[Door opens and closes]
Jake: I thought I might find you here. Sorry things turned out this way.
Marley: Me, too. Jake, this isn't fair.
Vicky: No, it isn't.
Michael: Eve, please.
Eve: I know this is hard. We just want to see him.
Michael: We really haven't had time to explain anything to him yet.
Donna: Darling, just wait right here a minute.
Donna: Mrs. Miller.
Eve: Stacey spoke to the Judge and she said we could take him tonight.
Michael: Eve, we -- we haven't had time to prepare.
Donna: For heaven's sakes.
Michael: Look, he doesn't even really understand what's happening here.
Donna: We don't want to scare him.
Eve: No, no, of course not. Neither do we.
Michael: I don't even understand why this is happening.
Eve: All we want is what's best for him. That's all I ever wanted.
Michael: I -- I hope you mean that.
Eve: I do. I -- with all my heart I do. And I know that you do, as well. And that's why I have to know, why did you change your mind?
Donna: Well, it's hard to explain. I wanted to do the right thing. I wanted to do what would cause the least pain. And I also got to thinking about my own daughters and how much I missed mothering them.
Eve: Well then I thank them, too.
Donna: Would you like to come in?
Eve: Are you sure it's all right?
Michael: Please, do come in. Ahem.
Donna: Darling? Remember I told you about your -- your other Mommy? Well, here she is.
Eve: Hi, Mikey. Is it all right if I give you a hug?
Mikey: Is it all right, Mommy?
Eve: Oh, Mikey. Your Daddy, your -- your other Daddy and I would like you to come stay with us.
Mikey: You would?
Eve: Yeah, and do you know who else would like you to come? Rosie, our dog.
Mikey: You have a dog?
Eve: Yeah, and she just had a little puppy.
Donna: [Whispering] Michael, we're losing our baby.
Michael: Don't let him see you cry, please. You know, I think it's time that we, uh -- we packed. We're going to have to pack.
Eve: Well, Toby and I can come back later. We'll see you in a little while, ok?
Michael: Come here, buddy.
Eve: Mrs. Hudson, what you did today was so unselfish. I don't have words in my heart to thank you.
Donna: Please don't.
Eve: But I know now that you really do love Mikey. And you can spend time with him whenever you want to. And Toby and I will do everything, everything in our heart to make sure that he always loves you.
Donna: Thank you.
Eve: Because you see --
Donna: Please don't say any more.
Eve: Well, we thought our lives were over. But now it feels like they're just beginning, and -- well, it's like our prayers have been answered, and we will always be very grateful.
Mikey: How long am I going to have to stay with that lady?
Mikey: Why are you so sad?
Michael: I think it's time for a hug. You know, a big, together hug. Come here, buddy.
Rachel: Thank you.
Ken: Thank you. Give us a few minutes, please.
Rachel: Well, this is charming. It's very European.
Ken: Actually, I think you'll find the food reminds you of Provence.
Rachel: And you want me to believe that you just stumbled onto this place?
Ken: That's what comes from sticking to the back roads. You never know what you'll find.
Rachel: A lovely little country inn, covered in roses, overlooking a lake with swans... that just happens to be four-star.
Ken: I know it took a lot for you to ask me to stick around. I wanted to show you that maybe it wasn't a bad idea.
Rachel: So you did plan this, didn't you?
Ken: No, no, no, not all of it. I wasn't sure you'd come, or the sunset would come through the window like that, or you'd look so beautiful.
Ken: What's wrong?
Rachel: I never expected you to talk like that. It startles me.
Rachel: I never really pictured you in places like this, saying romantic things.
Ken: Was I being romantic?
Rachel: Yes, you were. You know what I mean.
Ken: Fine, thank you.
Ken: Thank you very much.
Rachel: You have to admit this is very different from digging in Arizona, living out of tents and eating out of tin cans.
Ken: Yes, underneath a sky so full of stars, it makes you dizzy just looking up at it.
Rachel: Did we order?
Ken: Oh, actually, I took the liberty of --
Rachel: Of thinking of everything.
Ken: If I'm lucky.
Grant: You heard her, John.
Sharlene: Let's go.
John: Is that what you were doing, Grant? Trying to get her to leave, trying to get her to sign out?
Grant: I didn't know any--
John: Get out of here, Grant!
Taylor: Gentlemen, this is not helping! I have to talk to you.
Sharlene: Is that an order?
Taylor: It's a request for now. You keep behaving like this, I can make it an order.
Sharlene: Don't think you're getting rid of me, Johnny, because I'm not going anywhere. Neither is Grant.
Grant: Let's go right here. Listen, let me just try and smooth this over, all right?
Sharlene: Oh, please, can't you just take me with you?
Grant: No, no, because you're in here voluntarily. If you try and get out of here, John might have you committed.
Sharlene: Oh, what's the difference? I'm already here with all the white coats.
Grant: Look, just calm down. Just calm down and I'll work on this as fast as I can, all right?
Sharlene: Don't let me down.
Grant: I won't let you down, I promise.
Taylor: Daphne, would you please escort Sharly to her room?
Daphne: Come on, Sharly.
Sharlene: I said keep your hands off me. Thank you.
Taylor: Sharly, just go ahead. I will be in there in a few minutes.
Sharlene: I'll be holding my breath.
John: This is the worst she's been.
Taylor: I wondered if this would happen.
John: Every time he shows up, she takes a step backwards.
Taylor: Look, Sharly sees you as an alternative to treatment, a way out. I'm sorry, but I don't want you to see her again without my approval.
Grant: Oh, you're stacking the deck, huh?
Taylor: You've given me no choice.
Grant: Look, I've always hung back in Sharly's best interest, but not any more.
Jake: Hey, are you ok?
Marley: I don't think I'm really the one to worry about. How are Michael and Donna going to tell Mikey about this?
Vicky: I couldn't imagine telling him.
Marley: I've never seen her give up so easily.
Jake: Well, she seemed pretty torn up.
Vicky: Yeah, we were just trying to figure out what would have made Donna just let go like that.
Jake: I don't know. When she digs her heels in, she -- she usually stays put.
Vicky: My point exactly.
Marley: Uh, I'm expecting a call. I'll just get it in the kitchen.
Jake: Nice going, Vicky.
Vicky: What the hell are you talking about?
Jake: We both know the only reason Donna would back down is because you showed somebody the tape.
Vicky: I didn't open my mouth!
Jake: Oh, how else could it happen?
Vicky: Do you think I would do something to hurt my parents? Do you think I would do something to mess up Mikey's life?
Jake: Oh, I'm sure, Vicky, you didn't say anything.
Vicky: I didn't say a word. But I'll tell you, somebody found out.
Vicky: I don't know. But all of this is your fault.
Ken: You know, what you said -- it meant a lot. It meant a lot to hear you say that you wanted me to stick around.
Rachel: Well, I'm not exactly sure what I meant by that. But it was a big step for me.
Ken: Maybe for both of us. You notice I didn't run away?
Rachel: Something about being with you.
Rachel: I look forward to it. It amuses me. I feel alive.
Ken: Well, that's good.
Rachel: It's been a long time since I've been able to concentrate on making new memories instead of reliving the old ones.
Ken: Yeah, I feel the same way. And I never thought I would. Not after Maria. I promised myself that I would never feel that strongly about someone again.
Rachel: Kind of lonely, isn't it?
Ken: Yeah, kind of lonely. And I was wrong about a lot of things. It took me a long time to realize that, to remember who I am... and what I'm looking for. And you helped me do that.
Ken: We seem to be on the same path, don't we?
Rachel: I'm not exactly sure where it's leading.
Ken: Neither am I.
Rachel: I feel very unprepared.
Ken: Me, too. That's what makes it so difficult.
Rachel: So what do we do about it?
Ken: Well, just for tonight, let's enjoy being together.
Grant: So Sharly is right? Sharlene is calling the shots, hmm?
Taylor: It might seem that way to you, congressman, but it is really not the case.
Grant: Oh, no? Well, I'm pretty sure that Sharly didn't sign herself in here. I'm sure that she's in here against her will and illegally, and, by God, I'm going to put a stop to it!
Taylor: Let him go, John.
John: I don't want him near her.
Taylor: Look, Grant can't be neutral, either, but we don't want him as an enemy.
John: He does more harm than good.
Taylor: Look, Sharly likes to make you angry. It makes her feel powerful. She'll use Grant if she has to do it, but you can't buy into it.
John: She was doing so well. She was making such good progress.
Taylor: And that's exactly why Sharly is panicking now. I'm going to go talk to her. I think you should get out of here, try to calm down.
Sharlene: You've got to help me, Grant. You've got to get me out of here. (Dialing phone)
Vicky: You made that tape.
Jake: And we destroyed it. Nobody knows about the tape but you and Donna.
Vicky: You hope.
Jake: I lost Marley twice. You think I'd be stupid enough to risk it for this? I got up on the stand and said Mikey belonged to Donna because I meant it, Vicky.
Vicky: Then it was Stacey.
Vicky: She was here snooping around, asking questions about why you were partners with Donna.
Jake: Well, what did you tell her, Vicky?
Vicky: I told her it was business. What the hell do you think I told her? [Sighs]
Jake: So you think Stacey found out about Donna?
Jake: How could she, Vicky?
Vicky: I don't know, but, you know, I could kill you for giving her something to find out about.
Jake: It wasn't just me. It takes two. I'm sure you remember that, Vick.
Vicky: Oh, God. I remember being lonely. I remember feeling like I would always be that way, and you came along and took advantage of it.
Jake: You needed a friend, just like your mother.
Vicky: And that's your specialty, right? Making friends with vulnerable women because the men they really want are with someone else? Then you come along and you tell us that we're beautiful and lovable, until we believe that you're the only one that sees that.
Jake: Well, sometimes I am.
Vicky: You're disgusting.
Jake: Don't try to pass judgment on me, Vicky. You're no saint.
Vicky: I didn't make my parents lose their son. You did.
Jake: You don't know that!
Vicky: You bet I do, because Donna wouldn't have given up Mikey if that wasn't it. And now Stacey knows and other people know, and it is just a matter of time before my sister finds out.
Jake: You're wrong.
Vicky: And if I had the guts, I would walk into that kitchen and tell her exactly what happened between you and my mother so she would stay the hell away from you.
Marley: I just talked to Cass. The Millers are picking Mikey up tonight.
Jake: This soon?
Vicky: That works. They didn't even let me see Steven.
Marley: Cass thinks that we should be there, Vicky.
Vicky: I -- I can't watch it.
Marley: Michael and Donna are going to need someone.
Vicky: Then just go for both of us, ok? I just don't think I could stay in one piece if, um, I watched it, you know? I brought Mikey to them, and if I saw him taken away, it would be --
Marley: I know. You want to come with me, Jake?
Jake: Sure. If you want me there.
Donna: Michael, we don't have much time.
Michael: I know. Ok, sport, come here for a sec. Now, remember when we used to go on trips, we used to do something before we go on trips?
Donna: Like the last time we went skiing.
Michael: What did we used to do, you remember?
Mikey: Um, pack up.
Michael: That's right! And we're going to have to do that very thing this afternoon, ok? We're going to have to pack up.
Donna: We're going to put all your favorite things in your suitcase -- your Lego and your Donatello and -- and your baseball, and we're going to let you take those to your other parents' house.
Michael: Yep. You get to go on a plane, too. That's right. You're going to get to fly on an airplane all by yourself there.
Donna: Come on, I'll help you pack.
Michael: You know something? I just want you to know that there's nothing to worry about. The Millers love you just as much as we do.
Donna: Darling, we'll still see you. Mikey?
Michael: Donna, I still do not understand why we are doing this.
Grant: Yeah, I'm calling for Dr. McGuire. Is he in? It's Grant Harrison. Ok, when do you expect him back? Would you ask him to call me when he gets in, please? All right, thank you.
Ted: What's that all about?
Grant: Well, a friend of mine is sick in the hospital and she's not getting the right kind of care and I'm trying to change that. Any objections, Ted?
Ted: No, no. It's about Lucas. Yeah, he's threatening to shake things up. He wants you to back off of his case.
Grant: Oh, forget about Lucas, will you?
Ted: It' s not.....
Grant: Look, no deals, Ted. He's got to pay in full for his involvement in the cartel. That's all there is to it.
Ted: He knows things, Grant.
Grant: What things?
Ted: Well, about your private life, this woman you've been seeing. He says he'll go public with it if you don't cut him some slack.
Grant: Ah, he's bluffing.
Ted: He's planning to go to the papers and tell them that you've been seeing a married woman. It's true, isn't it?
Grant: How the hell does he know that?
Ted: He's got pictures.
John: Has my wife calmed down at all?
Daphne: She seems quiet. Dr. Benson just left her.
John: Ok, thanks.
Sharlene: Unless you got cigarettes, scram.
John: Nope, no smokes.
Sharlene: Let me guess -- I'm in for another lecture full of psycho shrink garbage.
John: No. Just came by to see my wife.
Sharlene: Hey, you think just because you walk through that door I'm going to turn into Pollyanna?
John: No. I know you're blocking her.
Sharlene: You know, for once I would like a little gratitude for that. I got her through a lot of hard times.
John: Yeah. Yeah, I know that. I think she's beginning to.
Sharlene: Oh, yeah? Ok, fine, then why did she kill me off for 20 years? Why are you trying to do the same thing?
John: I'm not.
John: I just want to let Sharlene know how much I love her and that I'm waiting for her to come home.
Sharlene: Why do you think she needs me, hmm?
John: Well, we don't know exactly. She must have felt threatened at some point during her childhood. That's why you came out.
Sharlene: You don't know what you're talking about. You are so wrong about your sweet Sharlene. She was bored, she was trapped, she was angry. I do know her better than anybody.
John: I have no doubt that you do. I'm here to help you, Sharlene.
Sharlene: Oh. Get out, get out. I don't need your damn help. Just get out.
John: I'll talk to Dr. Benson. I'll -- I'll be outside if you need me.
Sharlene: Oh, good. That'll be great. You two have a nice chat.
Sharlene: I'm never going to get out of this place.
Ted: I've seen the photographs. He's not fooling around. He knows who she is and this could ruin you.
Grant: Look, I don't care, Ted. Sharly is the most important thing in my life.
Ted: Look, if you blow this now, there's no going back. I mean, there goes the political career, the presidency, everything.
Grant: Maybe it's all for the best.
Ted: Why? How can you say that? You can still have it all. You don't have to run off to Europe and play Duke and Duchess of Windsor.
Grant: You're not listening to me, Ted.
Ted: I am listening. You're not making any sense.
Grant: Look, this is the only woman that's ever loved me for me, not for what I could do for her.
Ted: You mean this? I mean, you're going to give up everything for her?
Grant: I wouldn't quite put it like that.
Grant: This is what I'm going to give her. My grandmother made me promise that I would give it to my one true love.
Ted: One true -- you've known her for a couple of months.
Grant: That's all going to change. As soon as she is well, I'm going to ask her to marry me.
Michael: Hi. Hi, Jake.
Marley: Oh, I wish there was something I could do.
Michael: Thank you.
Michael: Come on in, please.
Marley: I'm sorry, Dad. I'm sorry.
Michael: You called me Dad.
Marley: I love you.
Michael: I love you, too.
Michael: Ok, ahem. Where's Vicky?
Marley: Uh, she -- she didn't know if she could keep it together.
Michael: I understand.
Marley: So Jake came --
Michael: Excuse me just for a second here. Jake? I want you to know I'm really grateful for what you said about Donna and me in court today -- really grateful -- but Mikey's going today and I think that this should just be family here.
Jake: Whatever you want.
Donna: Michael, it's beginning to hit him. He's asking all sorts of questions --
Michael: I'll take care of it.
Donna: I'm doing the best I can.
Michael: Don't worry. Honey, you want to come with me, see Mikey?
Jake: Stacey found the tape, didn't she?
Donna: Obviously. You and Victoria missed a copy.
Jake: I am so sorry.
Donna: Sorry? Your stupidity and your ego has made me lose my son, and that's all you can say?
Ken: Would you... like some port?
Rachel: I expect they serve it to us upstairs, don't you think?
Ken: I do think.
Amy: You all right?
Sharlene: Oh, yeah, I'm just great.
Amy: Well, it was impressive. I think you scared poor dumb Daphne.
Sharlene: I know that. Oh, God, I got to do something to get myself out of trouble.
Sharlene: They're never going to give me that day pass to my niece's wedding.
Amy: Now you're using all your cylinders.
Sharlene: Will you give me five minutes and then pick a fight with Trudy in the hall?
Amy: I don't get it.
Sharlene: I need a diversion.
Amy: Yeah, yeah, but what's in it for me?
Sharlene: I --
Sharlene: How about those?
Amy: Five minutes.
Sharlene: Five minutes.
Sharlene: Make it good, Amy.
Amy: I will.
Sharlene: Make it good.
Amy: I will.
Amy: Four minutes.
Sharlene: You've got to make this an academy award performance, girl.
Sharlene: Oh, John, I'm so glad you're still here.
Sharlene: Oh, I'm so sorry. I'm scared. Amy just told me what Sharly did. I'm sorry, I'm sorry. You got to help me fight this horrible person.
John: It's all right, it's all right.
John: It's ok.
Rachel: Lovely view of the lake with the moonlight.
Rachel: Flowers are lovely.
Ken: The swans have gone.
Rachel: Have they? I didn't notice.
Ken: That's because I scared you away from the window before you had a chance.
Ken: You're very uncomfortable about this, aren't you?
Rachel: I'm trying not to be.
Ken: How are you doing?
Rachel: Not very well.
[Knock on door]
Bellman: Your port, Mr. Jordan.
Ken: Thank you. Would you set it on the coffee table, please?
Ken: Here you go.
Bellman: Good night, sir.
Ken: Good night.
Rachel: Would you like a drink?
Ken: I can wait a few minutes.
Ken: We have all night.
Jake: I never wanted any of this to happen.
Donna: Well, it happened anyway, didn't it?
Jake: I know this is costing you, but please, please don't dump all this on me.
Donna: Why not? If you'd destroyed that tape when I asked you to, I would still have my son.
Jake: If you had been honest with me, I would've never made the tape -- and you jerked me around, Donna.
Donna: Yeah, well, you paid me back, didn't you?
Jake: No, I didn't.
Donna: No? You made it possible for Stacey to blackmail me. This is happening to you.
Jake: I'm sorry.
Donna: "Sorry"? You think that's going to make up for what I've lost and what this is doing to my family?
Jake: I guess it won't.
Donna: As far as I'm concerned, you are the one who robbed me of my son, Jake McKinnon, and I will never, ever forgive you.
Jake: I guess I should be going.
Donna: Yeah, I guess you should.
Jake: Will you tell Marley I didn't want to --
Donna: No, you -- you stay away from my family permanently.
Michael: Mikey's feeling much better, honey. He's going to be all right, I think. Where's -- where's Jake?
Donna: He's gone. Is Marley --
Michael: Yes, of course. She's talking -- actually, she's got Mikey laughing. She's got him thinking this is all going to be some kind of wonderful adventure. I think he's actually looking forward to it.
Michael: Donna, I'm going to go with Mikey on the plane. I'm going to go with him all the way to the Millers'.
Donna: Oh, good, we can go together with him.
Michael: No, no, I would rather that you didn't. I --
Donna: Michael --
Michael: I want this time alone. I talked to Cass and I've already made the reservations.
Donna: Michael, please --
Michael: Donna, no, it's out of the question.
Ken: Nothing will happen if it isn't what you want, too.
Rachel: I guess I'm not very comfortable with this.
Ken: I know. Don't worry about it. It's ok.
Rachel: Isn't this what you want?
Ken: But it isn't what you want.
Rachel: I guess I'm not sure.
Ken: I was hoping we'd left the past outside the door.
Rachel: I didn't come here to forget anything.
Ken: Well, I don't want to admire you from afar.
Rachel: I don't want to make a mistake.
Ken: But that's what you think this will be?
Rachel: I don't know.
Ken: You said you wanted to come up here. I thought we were both ready. Guess I was wrong.
Rachel: Where are you going?
Ken: To get the car. This is obviously not working.
Sharlene: It looks like Sharly doesn't want me to have a life.
John: It seems that way, doesn't it?
Taylor: You may not be ready, Sharlene. This could backfire.
Sharlene: But I can't miss my niece's wedding, I can't.
John: Taylor, what would it hurt if she's surrounded by a group of people who love her?
Taylor: It could just infuriate Sharly.
John: Oh, come on, Taylor.
Taylor: You're not thinking like a doctor.
John: That's all I've been doing.
Sharlene: Look, look, Sharly doesn't think I have a life. This would show her that I do.
John: It might do her some good.
Taylor: I -- I don't know.
John: Come on, Taylor.
Amy: You cheap slut! You stole my cassette!
Taylor: I'd better go.
Amy: And don't deny it. This isn't the first time you've done it.
Taylor: What's going on here?
Amy: And you, too! You're part of this!
Taylor: Amy, Amy, relax. John, could you help me please? Calm down. Calm down.
Amy: I want that cassette right now.
Taylor: You took the cassette? Now just relax, we'll get it back. It'll be fine.
Amy: Who are you? Who asked your opinion?
Sharlene: Grant. Grant, it's me.
Grant: Sharly. Are you ok? I've been worried about you.
Sharlene: I'm keeping it together, but I can't talk very long, so listen up.
Grant: All right, go ahead.
Sharlene: I have a plan and I need your help.
Grant: Just tell me what you want me to do.
Sharlene: I'm going to get that day pass after all.
Grant: To Cass Winthrop's wedding?
Sharlene: That's right, and it's on Friday, but I need you to come here so we can work out the details, ok? Ok, I got to go. I love you, I love you.
Grant: I love you, too. Um, I got to go, Ted.
Ted: Oh, what do -- what am I supposed to do about Lucas?
Grant: I don't give a damn about Lucas.
Ted: But --
Ted: Yes, I'm a friend of Vogel's. That's right, he said I could call and that you'd be interested in making a lot of money. Well, it's very simple. All you have to do is go to a wedding.
Michael: Donna, no. I do not want you on this trip with me.
Donna: Michael, you can't leave me here by myself.
Michael: Don't you talk to me about being alone, all right? Just -- just give me this.
Donna: Then I have to say goodbye to him right here?
Michael: Yeah. You knew that was the score when you gave him up in court.
Donna: What are we going to do, Michael?
Michael: I guess we'll just start over, Donna, when I get back.
Donna: I don't know. I don't know if I can. I don't know if you can ever forgive me for hurting you this much.
Michael: I don't know if I can.
Donna: I want our marriage to work. I want to be a good mother to Marley and Victoria.
Michael: Donna --
Marley: Careful. All right, we're --
Michael: Hey, buddy.
Marley: All packed.
Michael: Give you a hand there?
Donna: So I see.
Michael: Oh, you got that? Ok, great. Boy.
Marley: His suitcase is right there.
Donna: Where's Victoria?
Marley: She, uh, didn't think she could be here.
Donna: Oh. Darling? We have a surprise for you. Daddy's going to go on the plane with you to the Millers'. Isn't that wonderful?
Michael: That's right, sport. Yeah, yeah, just you and me.
Marley: Our adventure is about to begin, isn't it, Mikey? You know, I remember my first trip on an airplane.
Donna: There are so many firsts that we're not going to get to see now.
Marley: I had a book just like this, and I did all the connect-the-dots. Want to see?
Michael: Maybe we'll play connect-the-dots on the plane, champ, and eat peanuts or something.
Donna: Don't you eat too many peanuts, now. I'm sure your -- your other Mommy has a nice dinner planned for you.
Marley: Don't worry.
Michael: Ok, we'd better get to the car.
Marley: Ok, here, I'll take this. And -- and I'll meet you in a minute, ok?
Donna: All right. Give Mommy a big hug.
Donna: It's time for us to say goodbye.
Mikey: I love you.
Donna: I love you, too, my angel. You always remember that. No matter what, you promise? Promise?
Michael: It's time.
Marley: Hey. Uh, Mikey, want to race me?
Michael: Yeah, buddy, I tell you what, why don't you race Marley to the elevator, ok?
Marley: Race? Ok.
Michael: I'll call you tonight.
Donna: Wait, Mikey! Mikey! Don't forget this. You can't forget your blankie. And this.
Michael: Come on, champ. Time to go.
Michael: Come on, buddy.
Donna: Go, go. Go. Oh. Oh, God.
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