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Another World Transcript Friday 6/16/06

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Sharlene: Frankie's wedding day and Sharly's independence day. I'm finally going to be yours, Grant. I'm finally going to be free.

[Wedding March playing]

Frankie: Oh, boy, oh, boy. "To have and to hold, for richer and poorer."

Cass: I knew you'd be here.

Iris: Vivian tells me that you absolutely insisted on seeing me.

Paulina: I asked to talk to you, yes.

Iris: And that you have major change in plans.

Paulina: That's right.

Iris: Good, I hope that means that you're going to drop this ridiculous charade.

Paulina: Sorry to disappoint you.

Iris: Then what is it?

Paulina: I came here to tell you that Rachel has invited me back.

Iris: What?

Paulina: I'm going to be living in the Cory house.

Bridget: Oh, my. Poor little Mikey.

Vicky: Can we not talk about it, Bridget?

Bridget: Oh, those -- those Millers, they really must be good people, you know?

Vicky: I don't want to talk about it.

Bridget: Otherwise, why would Ms. Donna have such a change of heart like this?

Vicky: Bridget.

Bridget: I mean, surely she wouldn't give Mikey to them if she didn't think that -- that they were going to be suitable.

Vicky: Would you be quiet? I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I just -- I was up all night last night, just worrying about Mikey and my parents. And I'm just tired of being depressed now.

Bridget: It's all right, dear. I understand. I mean, you know, it's about time you had a bit of happiness yourself. I mean, such a nice young woman and all this misery around. Oh, dear.

[Doorbell rings]

Bridget: Better go get that.

Bridget: Oh, Jake.

Jake: Good morning, Bridget!

Vicky: Speaking of misery.

Jake: I need to see Marley.

Vicky: She's out.

Jake: That's all right, I'll wait.

Vicky: Not there, you won't.

Jake: Whoa.

Bridget: I am going to go and get Steven up.

Vicky: Get out of here, Jake.

Jake: You can't take it that Marley and I care about each other.

Vicky: The sooner you are out of her life, the better.

Jake: Well, that's not the way she feels.

Vicky: Give her time.

Jake: I'll give her anything she wants.

Vicky: What does that mean?

Jake: Including a terrific new job.

Vicky: What job?

Jake: Marley wants to be my partner at Visions. Terrific idea, don't you think?

Vicky: Your partner?

Jake: She suggested it.

Vicky: It's a rotten idea.

Jake: Well, Marley doesn't think so.

Vicky: Marley doesn't think.

Jake: She's eager and ambitious, everything I could want in a business partner.

Vicky: Oh, you are so --

Jake: Don't worry, don't worry. I -- I turned her down.

Vicky: Thank goodness.

Jake: For now. Marley and I were very good together once.

Vicky: Until you screwed it up.

Jake: I'm going to make it work again.

Vicky: You're not going to get a chance.

Jake: Well, who's going to stop me?

Vicky: I'm going to do my damnedest.

Jake: So you're going to tell Marley that I slept with Donna?

Vicky: If I have to.

Jake: You wouldn't hurt her that way, Vicky.

Vicky: Yes, I would if I thought you --

Jake: What about Michael? It would kill him. Are you going to tear Daddy up like that?

Jake: Why don't you tell Marley that I stopped by. I got to get going to work.

Vicky: And just how is that video biz going, huh? Were you able to pay this month's rent without Donna's money? Will you ever manage without her money?

Jake: Bridget, would you tell Marley that I stopped by, please?

Bridget: Yes, I will.

Vicky: Just how long before you go belly up, huh? Unless -- oh, I get it, you're going to hit Marley up for the money, huh? That's why you're so anxious to work things out with her. She's just the moneybags you need. Well, you better wait until she finds out that you're using her, the way you used all of us. You just wait until she finds out!

Frankie: I can't believe this.

Cass: It's too late not to believe it, Mary Frances, it's happening.

Frankie: No, I mean the fact that you're here.

Cass: Oh.

Frankie: I was just thinking about you, and who should come waltzing in my front door?

Cass: Et voila.

Frankie: My thoughts brought you to me.

Cass: My car helped.

Frankie: You had no idea I was here, right?

Cass: Of course I did. You told me you were going to change for the wedding here at the house.

Frankie: No, I didn't.

Cass: Frankie.

Frankie: Cass, we are getting on the same psychic wavelength.

Cass: Ooh.

Frankie: Our minds are becoming one.

Cass: One what?

Frankie: Oh, you can laugh all you want to, but I love feeling totally connected to you.

Cass: You better love it, because you're gonna be totally connected to me for the rest of your life.

Felicia: Ok, I'm here. Ah! What's going on here?

Cass: What, we're both consenting adults.

Felicia: Oh, no. The groom cannot see the bride on her wedding day. It's such bad luck, Frankie.

Frankie: My God, she's right. What have we done?

Cass: Oh, come on, you two. Frankie and I have used up our bad luck eight times over. Hell, just the trip to Vegas put us way over the top.

Felicia: I don't care about that. No sense in tempting fate. Now, Frankie, come on.

Frankie: You're right.

Cass: Frankie, stay.

Frankie: No, you were never here. I never saw you.

Cass: Where are you going, Frankie?

Frankie: I have an important errand to run. You know, Sharlene wants to come to the wedding and she was to see me first. That's sure sign that she's getting better.

Felicia: John must be relieved, then.

Frankie: Oh, he loves her so much. Now, Stacey is going to be here, isn't she? I know that you're angry with her, but I want all of our family to see us get married. I want this thing to be perfect.

Cass: Stacey will be here. It will be perfect.

Frankie: Ok, I'll see you later.

Felicia: Ok, all right. Say hi to Sharlene, will you?

Frankie: Will do.

Cass: You be careful.

Frankie: Ok.

Felicia: How did you know she was here?

Cass: I don't know.

Amy: Hey, Sharly.

Sharlene: Amy.

Amy: I'm sorry.

Sharlene: Let me see something.

Amy: What?

Sharlene: Is that the time?

Amy: Yeah, I make it 9:07.

Sharlene: Damn!

Amy: What, what? What are you so nervous about? You're making a rut in the carpet.

Sharlene: I got somebody coming to see me.

Amy: Who?

Sharlene: A niece. I have to see her.

Amy: Wait a minute, I thought you said you didn't like your family.

Sharlene: No, Amy, this is different. Frankie's going to help me, only she doesn't know it yet.

Amy: Hmm, I can see the wheels turning, spinning a mile a minute.

[Men talk outside]

Sharlene: What's that going on?

Amy: I don't know, but I'm going to find out.

Grant: No, I'm not going to make a statement today, but I'm here at the Morgan pavilion just on sort of a fact-finding, goodwill tour.

Amy: It's your congressman.

Sharlene: It's my Grant?

Amy: Mm-hmm. He's pressing the flash, smiling for the cameras.

Sharlene: Grant?

Amy: Mm-hmm.

John: Grant.

Grant: Well, hello, doc.

John: What the hell are you doing here?

Vicky: Whoa.

[Doorbell rings]

Vicky: I'm in a rush.

Donna: Why are you dressed like that?

Vicky: Take a guess.

Donna: You're not going riding, are you?

Vicky: I'm going riding, and I'm late.

Donna: But you don't know how to ride.

Vicky: What's to know? You put on smart togs, you get on the horse, and you hang on.

Donna: There's a lot more to it than that, Victoria.

Vicky: See you.

Donna: Wait.

Vicky: I have people to meet, and I'm going to be late.

Donna: I need to talk to you.

Vicky: It's all been said.

Donna: Victoria, you're the only person that knows what's going on.

Vicky: Your lover knows what's going on. Pour your heart out to Jake.

Donna: That's not necessary.

Vicky: It wasn't necessary to turn your back on your son.

Donna: I gave him to his mother.

Vicky: You are his mother.

Donna: I would have lost him anyway.

Vicky: Why?

Donna: Because Stacey got a hold of a copy of the tape. And she said if I didn't go along with her, she would expose it in court. So the Judge would have taken Mikey from me anyway.

Vicky: You don't know that.

Donna: Victoria, when you were in the same place, I tried to support you, I tried to understand you.

Vicky: Maybe you're just more forgiving than I am.

Donna: I don't want your forgiveness, I want you to see why I'm doing this.

Vicky: I do see! I don't have a problem with that.

Donna: I didn't want to ruin everybody's lives.

Vicky: You didn't want you to ruin your own life. You did it for you, just like you did when I was born. You said I was taken away, but is that true? Or did you just give me away, too?

Felicia: Uh-huh, this is a real home. I can see you and Frankie loving it here for a long time.

Cass: Did you ever imagine when we first knew each other that I would actually live in a home?

Felicia: Well, only a home for the criminally conniving.

Cass: And with grass and everything.

Felicia: I noticed.

Cass: Yeah, last week I heard myself extolling the virtues of plaster versus Sheetrock.

Felicia: Scary.

Cass: Oh, tell me about it. Especially when you're planning on making something last a lifetime.

Felicia: Right.

Cass: Here we are again.

Felicia: Here we are again.

Cass: Moe and Schmo. We sure have had some terrific times together, huh?

Felicia: Boy, haven't we?

Cass: The best is yet to come.

Felicia: Yeah.

Cass: Frankie told you that we got Mitch's present?

Felicia: Yes. In fact, he called to make sure that it had arrived.

Cass: Mm-hmm.

Felicia: Yeah, I guess the mail from the Serengeti plane isn't as swift as we would like.

Cass: Is he still having fun over there in Tanzania?

Felicia: He says he's having the time of his life. I told him I would send photographs from -- from the wedding. I actually was hoping he'd come over and photograph it himself but -- well --

Cass: Oh, I've been meaning to ask Stacey how Lucas' trial is coming along.

Felicia: It isn't. At least it isn't going his way.

Cass: Harrison's committee really nailed him, huh?

Felicia: Oh, yeah, and he's not going to let him forget it, either.

Cass: What do you mean by that?

Felicia: Well, Lucas -- oh, forget that. We don't have to talk about that. This is a happy day, remember? I'm going to be a best man. I mean, I've been a lot of things in my life, but I have never been a best man.

Cass: Well, I should hope not. I just thought of something.

Felicia: What?

Cass: You have to dance with the mother of the bride.

Felicia: Oh, that's ok, Emma's kind of cute.

Cass: Watch out now. I'm going to teach you how to lead.

Felicia: Oh, really?

Cass: You have to start with this hand. No, you put that down here and I put this up --

Felicia: Oh, down here?

Stacey: Cass, hi.

Felicia: Stacey.

Stacey: Sorry, am I interrupting something?

Felicia: No, no, come on in.

Cass: No, come in.

Stacey: Ok, thanks.

Felicia: Listen, I have a million things to do to get ready, so I'll let you two talk, ok? I'll be upstairs. I'll see you in a little bit.

Stacey: Ok, see you later.

Cass: What's up?

Stacey: Nothing. I just thought I'd come by and see you before the ceremony.

Cass: Oh.

Stacey: Look, Cass, I know that you're angry about what happened at the hearing --

Cass: I can take losing, Stace. It's the way it happened. Something went on between you and Donna that changed everything, and I just hope it was the best thing for Mikey.

Stacey: Cass, I'm sure that it was.

Cass: As for you and me, Stace, I honestly don't know where we go from here.

Stacey: You're my big brother. I love you very much.

Cass: Well, today is not a day to carry grudges, I guess. It's my wedding day, and you're the only member of the family that chose to show up. Anyway, I thank you for that.

Stacey: Where else would I be? I mean it, Cass. I love you.

Iris: Hilda tells me they're putting you in my old room, the one I stayed in when I came back to Bay City.

Paulina: I didn't know.

Iris: However did you manage to work that?

Paulina: I didn't work anything, Iris. Rachel invited me back.

Iris: All right, Paulina. You came here to crow. I presume that is the only reason for your visit. So crow and then get out of here.

Paulina: Iris, Rachel has given me a chance. Why won't you?

Iris: The only thing I'll give you, dear, is a one-way ticket out of Bay City. You can use your own mode of transportation.

Paulina: You are so wrong about me.

Iris: You just get this through your thick head, little girl. I will never, ever accept you as part of this family. Never, do you understand? You are nothing. You came from nothing and the sooner you get back there, the better you'll be!

Paulina: Now, you get this through your head, Iris. Rachel has opened her heart and her home to me. She is giving me a chance to prove that I'm Mac Cory's daughter.

Iris: Rachel is a fool.

Paulina: The rest of the family will soon follow her lead and they will accept me, too.

Iris: Never.

Paulina: If you don't, Iris, you're going to be the one who's left out in the cold.

Iris: Listen.

Paulina: Let go of me.

Iris: You don't know my family, and you certainly do not know me.

Lucas: Iris? Oh, excuse me.

Iris: She's just leaving.

Lucas: Aren't you going to introduce us?

Iris: No.

Lucas: I'm Lucas.

Paulina: Yeah -- yeah, I know. I saw you a couple of times when I first came to the city. Derek pointed you out at the Pelican.

Lucas: Derek?

Paulina: He -- he said that you grew up on Gold Street.

Lucas: Yeah, born and raised. Well, you must be Paulina.

Iris: Goodbye, Paulina.

Paulina: It was very nice to meet you.

Lucas: Nice to meet you.

Paulina: Remember, Iris, you can choose your friends and you can choose your enemies, but you can't choose who your father is.

Iris: What an incredibly deep thinker you are, dear.

Iris: I'm going to bury that --

Lucas: Iris, I am facing federal charges and all you can talk about is that girl.

Iris: I'm sorry. All right, I won't talk about it. I won't talk about it anymore. So what's new, hmm?

Lucas: Nothing is new. I can't get anything done with this thing hanging over my head.

Iris: Oh, come on, Lucas, you've been in tight spots before.

Lucas: Fine, fine, why don't we just -- why don't we just get down to that meeting about "Sophisticate," ok?

Iris: Oh, my God. Oh, my God!

Lucas: You forgot?

Iris: That creature -- she thinks she can take that magazine away from me.

Lucas: Iris, will you shut up about that girl. My daughter is out there somewhere. I would hope that people would treat her with a little kindness, a little compassion. Not the way you treat her.

Donna: How can you even ask that?

Vicky: Maybe it's a pattern with you.

Donna: I lost you because of my father.

Vicky: So you claim.

Donna: I never even knew I gave birth to twins. The doctor reported to my father. They put me under when I went into labor. I never even saw you. I never got to hold you.

Vicky: Maybe it's because you didn't ask to hold me.

Donna: Victoria! You were my baby. I would have given anything to watch you grow up and to hold you and to love you. They took you away from me. Why would I lie about that?

Vicky: After yesterday, I decided you could lie about anything.

Donna: Not this. Please, please believe that. You believe that, don't you?

Vicky: I'm off to the stables. It's a great way to meet people. I should have thought of it years ago.

Donna: How can you not realize how painful this is for me? Especially you, a mother who just went through this.

Vicky: You had a choice with Mikey!

Donna: No, I didn't!

Vicky: You could have taken it on the chin! You could've done it for your kid but you didn't!

Donna: I did it for Michael --

Vicky: You don't give a damn about anybody else! It's about you, mother. It is always about you. Move!

Taylor: I want to talk to the both of you alone.

Grant: I'm sorry, but I don't have time.

Taylor: For Sharly's sake.

Grant: All right, I'll give you five minutes.

Amy: All right, well, bye, Sharlene. Good luck.

Sharlene: Yeah, thanks a lot, Amy.

Amy: Like the cut?

Sharlene: Yeah, the cut's great.

Frankie: Oh, there you are.

Sharlene: Oh, Frankie. Hi, I'm so glad to see you.

Frankie: Oh, you look terrific. Look at your hair.

Sharlene: Yeah, yeah, Amy cut it. Well, I'm -- I'm a little frustrated, though.

Frankie: Frustrated? Why?

Sharlene: Oh, come on, darling, I've been wanting to help you with your wedding.

Frankie: Oh, Sharlene, I have dozens of people helping me with my wedding. Don't you worry about that. You just work at getting better, ok?

Sharlene: Yeah, yeah. Well, come on, come on. Tell me about -- tell me about your house.

Frankie: Oh, ok. Well, it's in a great little neighborhood. It's about 15 minutes outside of the city. You know where magnolia crosses state?

Sharlene: Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Frankie: Well, you -- you follow that road a little ways. It winds and it winds and then you hit this little cul-de-sac.

Sharlene: Cul-de-sac -- oh, how perfect.

Frankie: Yeah.

Sharlene: So -- so, what's the address?

Frankie: 88 Long Ridge Road.

Sharlene: Long Ridge, 88 Long Ridge. And -- and will there be a lot of people there?

Frankie: No, not too many.

Sharlene: No? And do you -- do -- well, when they come, are they going to come in the front entrance or -- or the back entrance?

Frankie: I assume they're going to be going in through the front door.

Sharlene: But there -- there is a back door?

Frankie: Yeah, off the kitchen. Sharlene -- Sharlene, is all this talk about the wedding making you nervous?

Sharlene: Nervous? No, no.

Frankie: Because if it's going to be too much for you -- if you think it'll be too hard, I can just tell John that maybe you shouldn't come, ok?

Taylor: Gentlemen, let's go somewhere private, shall we?

Grant: Look, if you want to talk to me, just talk to me here, please.

John: If you don't want to cooperate --

Grant: Look, I'm here on business. I mean, the press is here. Can't you see that?

John: Two things. One, I don't care. The second thing is you're not here on business, you're here to see Sharly.

Grant: Don't run away, guys. I'll be right there, ok?

Taylor: Congressman, coming here like this is a disgrace.

John: You are not helping her, can't you get that through your head?

Grant: Look, I am here for one reason and one reason only and that is to meet the people and to wish them well. Nobody can stop me from doing that.

John: I thought you got out of politics.

Grant: Well, don't believe everything you hear from a politician, ok?

Taylor: John -- John, just a second. I know you're taking Sharlene out of here today for the wedding, and I just have to tell you she's not ready for it.

Sharlene: Oh, Frankie, I'm fine.

Frankie: I don't know, Sharlene. All of this talk about the wedding seemed to make you really nervous.

Sharlene: Honey, the only thing that would upset me would be not being able to see you get married. Ok? Ok. So, come on. I know you got a zillion things to do, and I want you to get out that door and -- and get ready for the biggest day of your life.

Frankie: Oh, feel my heart.

Sharlene: Oh.

Frankie: Whenever someone says "the biggest day of my life," that's what happens.

Sharlene: Believe me, I know the feeling.

Frankie: Look, I'll see you later.

Sharlene: Great.

Frankie: I love you.

Sharlene: Yeah.

Frankie: Ok, bye-bye.

Sharlene: Bye.

Sharlene: 88 -- 88 Long Ridge -- 88 Long Ridge, and the entrance off the kitchen.

[Door opens]

Sharlene: Grant.

Grant: Sharly.

Sharlene: I knew you'd come for me, I knew you would.

Grant: I'll get you out of here, sweetheart. I promise you I will.

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