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Another World Transcript Monday 6/19/06
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Man: Giddy-up, go!
Vicky: Oh, God!
Man: Hyah! Go get her! Vicky: [Screaming] Oh! Oh, God! Help!
Grant: Max, Grant Harrison. Listen, I need the jet in a couple of hours, ok? Overseas, Paris. Mm-hmm. Uh, there's only one other passenger onboard. Ok. No, no, don't call Ted, Max. He's not the other passenger. Ok, I'll see you in a while. Thank you.
[Knock at door]
Grant: Bye-bye. Jamie.
Jamie: Hello, congressman. May I come in?
Grant: You know what, I really have an appointment, and I --
Jamie: You're doing it, aren't you? You're going to France for Hiver's treatment.
Grant: No, I'm not.
Jamie: Then what are you doing?
Grant: Jamie, I don't really have the time to --
Jamie: That's right, Grant. You don't have the time.
John: Well, as much as I hate to go, I'd better get going because I promised Frankie I'd help her with some of the arrangements.
Sharlene: Well, then go, because I know you still have to get changed.
John: Yes, I do. So I'll be back to pick you up about 1:00?
Sharlene: I'll be waiting.
John: I love you.
Sharlene: I love you. I'm really excited about being there.
John: Well, Frankie said she wouldn't do it without you.
Sharlene: Then scoot because I don't want to be late.
John: I love you.
Sharlene: Dr. Benson, is there a problem?
Taylor: Why don't you tell me, Sharly?
Vicky: Oh, God! Help! Help me!
Man: Easy, girl, easy. Easy. Whoa. Are you all right?
Vicky: Yeah, fine. I'm always in control.
Man: Yeah, right. Easy. Come on, I'll take you back.
Vicky: Yeah, ok -- ok.
Man: Let's go, come on.
Singer: When there's nothing to hold you or holding you back no chains of attachment only basic facts no strangled devotions hemming us in and the taste of your smile was the sweetest thing I'm gonna wrap you up and take you home with me yo' yo' yeah yeah treasured in my heart under lock and key under lock and key my precious moments
[Knocking at door]
Ted: I do not like being threatened, Lucas.
Lucas: Who does?
Ted: You can't hold this information over my head and expect me to jump every time you call.
Lucas: Apparently, I can.
Ted: What do you want?
Lucas: I want to know if Harrison's made the decision or not. Do we have a deal, or do I go to the press and tell them about him and Sharlene Hudson?
Ted: Come on, you haven't given me enough time.
Lucas: Yeah, but the cartel isn't giving me any time, either. They've put a hit on me if I don't wrap this thing up. So you can see my little predicament.
Iris: Darling, did I hear the door? Oh, Mr. Briar.
Ted: Mrs. Wheeler.
Iris: Uh, does this mean the congressional committee has changed its mind and dropped the charges?
Lucas: We're working on that.
Iris: Well, is there something else wrong?
Lucas: No, no, everything is fine. Now, why don't you run along and get changed?
Iris: Oh, yes, a splendid idea. Mr. Briar.
Lucas: So have you even talked to him?
Ted: Look, give me a chance. Uh, after the wedding today --
Lucas: What does the wedding have to do with it?
Ted: Look, you're just gonna have to trust me on this one, ok, Lucas?
Lucas: I wouldn't trust you as far as I could throw you.
Ted: Well, what are you gonna do, go to the press and leak this story before you even talk to the congressman about it? That wouldn't do anyone any good. I mean, you're still under the microscope. No, you have no choice but to do it my way.
Lucas: Ok, where and when?
Ted: The Old Mill, an hour after the wedding. Good enough for you?
Lucas: Don't cross me, Ted.
Ted: [Chuckles] I wouldn't dream of it. Oh, enjoy the ceremony.
Grant: The time is just not right for France, Jamie. I'm going someplace else.
Jamie: Grant, you're going on vacation when your life's at stake? You need that treatment program. John and I pulled every string we could to get you accepted, and now you ignore a chance to get well? I don't get it.
Grant: Look, I can't ignore my responsibilities or my constituents.
Jamie: Oh, you -- you'd rather collapse in front of them, is that it? Because that's exactly what's gonna happen if you don't take care of yourself. Now, come on, what's going on?
Grant: Look, I'm waiting for the drug to be approved here so I can use it here.
Jamie: The drug you need is weeks away from government approval. You don't have that kind of time, Grant.
Grant: I've made up my mind, Jamie.
Grant: Look, I'm sorry. End of story.
Jamie: John told me you'd respond like this.
Grant: Well, John knows me pretty well.
Jamie: I'm very sorry for you.
Grant: Look, Jamie, I'm not giving up. I hope you're not, either. And I know you did a lot of legwork for me in France, but it certainly doesn't go unappreciated.
Jamie: I had help. Grant, this risk you're taking, it just isn't worth it.
Grant: Jamie, you just don't know the whole story. I know what I'm doing and I have no choice.
Grant: Hello, this is Grant Harrison. Yeah, I spoke to you earlier this morning. Yes, I'm coming into Paris later on this afternoon. I just wanted to reiterate something. Um, nobody is to know that I'm going into Dr. Hiver's program. It has to be utmost secrecy, all right? All right, I'd appreciate that. Thank you very much. Bye-bye.
Man: You're limping.
Vicky: I can see that.
Man: Then why don't you sit down? Take a few deep breaths or something.
Vicky: I'm fine. Really, my body is fine. My -- my dignity is a bit shot.
Man: Oh, you were dignified before you got on your horse. I'm sorry I missed it.
Vicky: Oh, you should've seen me. I -- I was perfect. My habit was perfect. My hands were in the right place. My hair was actually brushed and combed. I was incredible.
Man: By the time I got to you, you were a mess.
Vicky: How refreshing for you to be so forthright.
Man: I never lie. What were you doing on a mount like baby?
Vicky: That mount is no baby.
Man: You know, she's got a rep in this stable, you know.
Man: You never should've ridden her.
Vicky: Well, hey, call me kooky.
Man: I really wish you would get off that ankle.
Man: Because I can practically see the swelling through your boot.
Vicky: Ok. [Groans]
Man: Ah. Better?
Vicky: Oh, I -- I think I'd feel better if you just took that foot off with the boot.
Man: We might be able to avoid amputation if we're careful.
Vicky: How encouraging.
Man: You don't know a damn thing about riding, do you?
Vicky: Why do you say that?
Man: Because if I hadn't rescued you, you'd be in Lake Michigan right now.
Vicky: I would not be, yes...
Man: The problem is you don't even have your seat yet. You're gonna be so sore back there you won't even believe it.
Vicky: My seat? Well, is black-tie the new "in" thing in the horsey set?
Man: I doubt it.
Man: I'm on my way to a wedding.
Vicky: Oh, of course. And you -- you thought you would just go on horseback for the effect.
Vicky: All right, one more question. This wedding you're going to, it doesn't happen to be your own, does it?
Frankie: A few more minutes and this baby will be hung.
Josie: Frankie, Frankie, Frankie, I can't believe this. You're getting married in two hours, and you're hanging wind chimes.
Frankie: Well, it's therapeutic.
Josie: Look at me.
Josie: Why aren't you nervous? Isn't it normal for the bride to be just a little nervous?
Frankie: It's normal for a bride who doesn't chant, eat organic vegetables, and meditate.
Josie: You've done all that? Boy, what's next, wallpapering the bathroom?
Frankie: That was yesterday.
Josie: Oh, I wish I was more like you.
Frankie: You do?
Frankie: I don't believe that. Nobody wants to be more like me.
Frankie: I don't always want to be like me.
Josie: Well, let's face it, I'm not very good at being me.
Frankie: What's the matter?
Josie: Well, Mama's so sick and I really haven't been there for her. And I've lost Matthew.
Frankie: Josie Watts, all of a sudden this room is filled with very negative energy, and I will have none of it.
Josie: I'm sorry.
Frankie: I might have to do another smudging before the guests arrive.
Josie: Another what?
Frankie: Incense. Look, come here. First of all, your mother is getting better every day, which is why she's going to be here for my wedding. Secondly, you never say never when you're talking about a man. And last but not least, no maid of honor of mine is walking down the aisle with a puss on her face, am I understood?
Josie: Frankie, can I just -- can I just ask you one question?
Josie: If you were me, how would you -- what would you do -- how would you go about getting Matthew back?
Frankie: Now, this is good because you're thinking positive thoughts. Ok, how would I go about getting Matthew back? [Sighs] You know, you guys were pretty tight. You must know something that could still get to him.
Josie: Well, we did almost elope a few months back.
Frankie: Get out.
Josie: No, I'm serious -- the Justice of Peace, the flowers, the works.
Frankie: And what happened?
Josie: We decided to wait and do it right. You know.
Frankie: You know, kiddo, you've made some pretty serious mistakes, but I don't think Matthew just stopped caring about you.
Josie: He's pretty angry.
Frankie: Well, when was the last time you checked?
Josie: What are you getting at? You think I should call him?
Frankie: What have you got to lose, right?
Josie: Good point.
Frankie: Good point.
Josie: Good point.
Josie: Well, does this phone work?
Frankie: Girl, this house may need a lot of work, but I would never live under a roof without a working phone. So you go for it, ok?
Josie: All right.
Taylor: I just saw John. He thought he was talking to Sharlene.
Sharlene: Dr. Benson, it is me.
Taylor: Sharly, don't lie to me.
Sharlene: Oh, Dr. Benson, thank you.
Sharlene: Oh, Sharly was back right after John left. If you hadn't come in right now -- she tried to stop me. She -- I have to go to that wedding. I just have to. Dr. Benson, this is the first time that I -- I felt it happening. That's -- that's good, isn't it?
Taylor: Yes. Yes, it's a good sign.
Taylor: In fact, I think we should take advantage of it while we can.
Sharlene: How do you mean?
Taylor: I'd like to try hypnosis.
Taylor: Oh, yes, I think it's a good time. I think -- I think we're getting very close to something, Sharlene.
Sharlene: Oh, I don't think this is the right time.
Taylor: Look, I know how facing these memories -- how much it frightens you, how hard it is, but there -- there really is no other way. Now, we'll take it very slowly. I want you to relax, Sharlene.
Sharlene: No, I won't do it.
Vicky: Well, I -- I think it's an easy question.
Man: You do?
Vicky: Yes, it only requires a one-syllable response -- either yes or no.
Man: It's not my wedding.
Vicky: "It's not my wedding" has more than one syllable.
Vicky: Uh, I could be.
Man: I don't like weddings very much at all.
Man: Going to them, being in them -- anything like that.
Man: Besides, I never do anything unless the odds are better than 50/50.
Vicky: Oh, yes, I always say life is way too short to do anything you don't like. Therefore, I assume you're not married?
Vicky: What's true, life is too short or you're not married? I say you blow off this wedding.
Man: Well, you're awfully shy, aren't you?
Vicky: This coming from a man who's holding and rubbing my leg for the last 15 minutes? No, don't stop. Please, continue if you want.
Man: Well, what do you do with your life?
Vicky: Oh, let's just say I'm still on my journey.
Man: Maybe you should stop trying to get there on horseback.
Vicky: I haven't decided what I'm good at yet.
Man: Oh, I think that's a crock.
Vicky: Oh, God!
Man: You know exactly what you're good at and you use it every second, don't you?
Man: Oh, oh, you don't know me, honey. You don't know me.
Man: Oh, I'm getting a pretty good idea.
Vicky: Are you?
Vicky: Well, what about you? You've -- you've been dancing around me since you pried me off that horse, pumping me for information. I still don't have a clue as to what you're after.
Man: You don't?
Vicky: No, I don't.
Man: It's really very simple.
Vicky: Oh, I get it.
Man: It's about time.
Vicky: Boy, they can dress you guys up, but they -- they have you all being the same underneath, don't they?
Man: Well, some of us are a little bit more the same than others.
Man: Forget it. So, you've figured out what I'm after.
Vicky: Uh-huh. Just like all the others, you just want a roll in the hay. How convenient that we happen to be surrounded by it.
Man: You think I'm after you?
Vicky: Well, why else would -- would you be here?
Man: I was waiting for a thank-you.
Vicky: Come again?
Man: I saved your butt out there, or have you forgotten?
Vicky: No --
Man: How's your ankle?
Man: Hmm. Well, soak it in cold water tonight. And then go soak your head.
Man: See you around. You're welcome.
Vicky: Holy crow, what was that?
Reuben: Hey, you know Cass is getting married today.
Marley: Oh, that's right.
Reuben: So Stacey's out doing some last-minute stuff. I'm really not sure when she'll be back.
Marley: Well, then maybe you can help me. I saw how much Stacey relied on you throughout Mikey's custody trial.
Reuben: I really didn't do that much.
Marley: Yes, of course you did. You were right by her side through everything. I need to know something, Reuben.
Reuben: About what?
Marley: I want to know what Stacey said to my mother to make her drop the case.
Reuben: Shouldn't you ask your mother about that?
Marley: I'd like to hear it from you if I could.
Reuben: I can't do that, Marley.
Marley: You do know, don't you?
Reuben: Even if I did, I couldn't tell you.
Marley: Reuben, Mikey was a part of my family. He's gone now. I want to find out what happened and I think you know.
Reuben: I'm sorry about that. I mean, I am. I really am, but I can't tell you --
[Knock at door]
Reuben: Excuse me.
Reuben: Yo, Jamie.
Jamie: Reuben, hi, how are you?
Reuben: How's it going, man?
Jamie: Good -- Stacey in?
Marley: No, just us.
Jamie: Marley, hi.
Marley: Hi, what a surprise.
Reuben: Yeah, are you guys thirsty?
Marley: No, I'm not thirsty, Reuben. I came here because --
Reuben: Because I would like to go across the street and get some sodas, so I'll see you guys in a minute. Make yourselves at home.
Jamie: All right. What was all that about?
Marley: I came to see Stacey, but she's out.
Jamie: I wanted to know if Stacey would go to Cass' wedding with me. Seems I'm dateless.
Marley: I see.
Jamie: I've been trying to reach you since the trial ended. I can't imagine what you must be going through.
Marley: There is a reason my mother gave up her son. I think Stacey knows what it is.
Jamie: Marley, are -- are you sure that you want to push this?
Marley: Of course I do. My family is all I have right now.
Jamie: Do you really believe that?
Marley: Jamie, of course I believe --
Jamie: Marley, you have me. I just wish you'd face it.
Josie: [Coughs] Please, Frankie, don't burn the house down, ok? Hi, John.
John: Hi, Josie. Is -- is Matt coming?
Josie: He's on his way.
John: Oh, good. Good, that's great. What is she doing?
John: She's what?
Josie: Cleansing the room of bad energy.
John: Ah, I see.
Josie: John, I can't imagine what you must think of me.
John: Oh, come on, Josie. You've done a few ridiculous things in your life recently but --
John: Nothing could change how I feel about you.
Josie: Thank you.
John: It's ok.
Josie: So did you see Mama?
John: Yes, I did. She's very anxious to be here.
Josie: I'm real upset that I didn't realize how bad things were.
John: She couldn't tell you any sooner than she did. She had to do that in her own time.
Josie: I'm a little scared about being with her. Is that awful?
John: No, no, it's not awful. Just remember that she loves you. That's what I have to do.
Josie: I'm really glad she has you, John.
John: I'm glad I have her.
Josie: You do look a little tired though, you know.
John: Hey, I'm fine. I'm fine. Don't add me into your list of things to worry about.
Josie: Ok, ok. I know we both have our -- our problems to deal with, right?
John: Yes, we do.
Josie: Right, ok.
Frankie: [Gasps] No! No, those flowers are in -- they're wrong. They're supposed to have color in them. They're -- you know, they're supposed to be --
John: Crisis number one.
Frankie: They're supposed to --
Josie: Uh, Frankie, they're beautiful. The flowers are beautiful.
Frankie: You're right. They are beautiful, aren't they?
Frankie: I'm very sorry. You're -- it's fine. I'm fine. It's fine. Everything's fine.
Josie: You're fine. She's fine.
John: You're fine, Frankie.
Josie: She's just fine. Maybe she needs a little wheat germ or something.
John: No, I think this is gonna take a little more than wheat germ.
John: A lot of wheat germ.
Josie: Yeah, me, too.
John: Well, hey, Matt. How are you?
Matt: Hi, John.
John: I was just telling Josie that -- I was just telling her that we're completely out of wheat germ. So, I guess I'll have to go and get some. Excuse me.
Ted: Going on a trip, Grant?
Grant: Well, that's a good guess, Ted.
Ted: Well, I don't recall scheduling anything for you this week.
Grant: Oh, Ted, you know damn well where I'm going.
Ted: Is that woman going with you?
Grant: Yes, that woman is going with me, and her name is Sharly.
Ted: I really wish you'd reconsider, Grant.
Grant: Look, I'm tired of reconsidering. No more.
Ted: I see. Well, I disagree with your decision, but I will accept it.
Grant: You will, will you?
Ted: Yes, we've been friends a long time. I found out the hard way how stubborn you can be about these things, and I just want to wish you the best of luck.
Grant: Thanks, Ted. Thank you very much. And thank you for your understanding.
Ted: If you think you're gonna chuck everything I've worked for because of a broad, you're wrong, congressman. Dead wrong.
Sharlene: Dr. Benson, I won't let you do this now. My niece's wedding is in just a few hours, and I have been looking forward to this day out of here for a long, long time now. Please, don't ask to put me under hypnosis now. I have way too many things on my mind.
Taylor: Sharlene, you just told me that Sharly was trying to take over. Now, I can't in good conscience....
Sharlene: I'm not your guinea pig.
Taylor: And I'm not doing this for myself.
Sharlene: No, no, of course not. I'm -- I'm sorry. But sometimes -- you see, this is more important to me than anything else right now. If you put me under, I'll -- I'll be anxious and exhausted.
Taylor: Not necessarily. Now, Sharlene, I'd like you to sit down and relax and count backwards from 100.
Sharlene: [Sighs] 99... 98... 97... 96... 95...
Children's voices: Ring around the rosey; pocket full of posies; ashes ashes we all fall down
a tisket a tasket a green and yellow basket. I wrote a letter to my love and on the way I dropped it I dropped it I dropped it and on the way I dropped it a little boy who came along
Girl's voice: Jason, Jason, don't leave me here! Jason, Jason, don't leave --
Sharlene's voice: Stop it. Don't remember. No way, Sharlene, not this time. This time I call the shots. This time I live.
Taylor: Sharlene, are you all right? Sharlene? Talk to me.
Sharly: You really pushed me to the edge this time, Sharlene. You're not playing around anymore, are you?
Sharlene: You can't run away with Grant.
Sharly: Watch me.
Sharlene: I love John.
Sharly: I don't. And I'm out there now, not you. That shrink is talking to me because you're too weak to stay out there for more than 20 minutes.
Sharlene: That's not true.
Sharly: This is my turn, Sharlene. You want to come along for the ride, you keep your mouth shut. Otherwise, I'll get rid of you for good right now.
Sharlene: How? I'm as real as you are. We're the same person, remember?
Sharly: No, we're not. I'm out there for good. You can count on it. You're history.
Sharlene: No, no! No, no.
Taylor: Sharlene? Sharlene, I'm gonna bring you back now.
Sharlene: No, no.
Taylor: Sharlene, Sharlene, listen to me.
Sharlene: No, no, no, no --
Taylor: Sharlene, let me help.
Josie: It's really good to see you, Matt.
Matt: You said it was important and I'm here.
Josie: I miss you.
Matt: You called me over here to tell me you miss me.
Josie: Come on, Matt. Don't you miss me, too?
Matt: No, I picked up right where I left off in my life -- of course I miss you, Josie.
Josie: My life is so empty without you. I don't have anyone to talk to.
Matt: What about Reuben?
Josie: He's working for Stacey day and night.
Matt: What about your other model friends?
Josie: I don't like them any more than they like me.
Matt: Well, no?
Josie: We've meant so much to each other for so long. You were my best friend. You're the one I had dinner with every night.
Matt: Me and Lucas.
Josie: Matt, I hate sleeping alone.
Matt: Don't, don't, don't do that, Josie.
Josie: Matthew, something really horrible is happening, and I don't know how to handle it alone.
Matt: What is it?
Josie: Do you believe that someone can do something that they know is wrong because something they have no control over forces them to do it?
Matt: No, not really.
Josie: Why not?
Matt: If you're referring to what you did, the lies you told, no one made you do that.
Josie: I'm not talking about that. My mother is in a mental hospital. I'm so afraid I'm gonna end up just like her.
Marley: Jamie, I'm going to tell you something that I don't want you to take personally, ok?
Jamie: I'll try.
Marley: I have so many family things going on right now that romance is the last thing on my mind.
Jamie: Who said anything about romance?
Marley: You implied it.
Jamie: Guilty as charged.
Marley: I do need a friend, though. I would like to think it could be you.
Jamie: I can be your friend.
Marley: Well, good. Thank you.
Jamie: Marley, how about some friendly advice?
Jamie: Maybe -- maybe you shouldn't dig into the reasons for Donna's change of heart. Maybe it's personal, things she couldn't even express to your father.
Marley: I know that's true.
Jamie: Maybe you should respect her decisions. Just help her to adjust to life without Mikey. Let her know how much you love her.
Reuben: Yo, Jamie! Jamie, I need some help, man. Jamie, he got hit by a car and he's bleeding really bad.
Jamie: Shouldn't have moved him.
Reuben: I didn't. He was running after the guy who hit him. I'm gonna call an ambulance, all right?
Reuben: Ok, just hurry up. All right. The ambulance is on its way, but I'm gonna go to the corner and meet them because there's no number on this building and they'll never find the place, ok?
Reuben: All right.
Jamie: I can't stop the bleeding, I need another hand.
Marley: All right, tell me what to do.
Jamie: I need something to apply pressure with.
Marley: Here, here.
Jamie: Hold this -- hold this. Hold the handkerchief.
Marley: All right.
Jamie: Pressure, apply it.
Marley: He's bleeding through it, Jamie.
Jamie: Just hold it. Firm.
Marley: All right.
Reuben: There's still no sign of them.
Jamie: This guy's in shock. I can't stop the bleeding, Reuben. Where is the nearest clinic?
Reuben: There is no clinic around here, man. The closest thing is BC General.
Jamie: What are you talking about? Aren't we near the Springer clinic?
Reuben: Yeah, we're near it, but it closed up.
Jamie: I don't think we have the time to move this guy.
Marley: Jamie, he's not breathing.
Iris: Close your eyes.
Iris: Because I want to dazzle you with my beauty.
Lucas: Ok, ok.
Iris: [Imitating Mae West] Well, what do you think, big boy? [Laughs]
Lucas: Wow. Wow!
Iris: "Wow," is that a rave?
Lucas: It's an unqualified yes.
Iris: Goodie, because it took me long enough to achieve. You look divinely dapper as usual.
Lucas: I'm afraid they're going to confuse us with the bride and groom.
Iris: No chance of that. They're wearing period costume. Can you believe that?
Lucas: God, you look stunning.
Iris: I feel stunning.
Iris: Da da dum da da dum [Laughs]
Lucas: Ah, it's great to hear you laugh again.
Iris: You know, we've had a couple of rough weeks, haven't we?
Iris: Me being so upset about Paulina, and you being worried about the committee --
I have a feeling that our luck is going to change.
Iris: Did you have a productive talk with Ted?
Lucas: Ah, I think we're beginning to understand each other.
Iris: Well, I suppose you're not going to tell me what you're planning.
Lucas: No, no. The less you're involved, the better. In case this thing comes back on me, you're in the clear.
Lucas: How much time do we have?
Iris: Oh-oh, oh-oh. No, you don't.
Lucas: Yes, yes, I do.
Iris: Well, all right. Then again...
Matt: Why didn't you tell me about your mother?
Josie: We broke up, remember?
Matt: Yeah. How is she?
Josie: She's putting up a brave front for me and John, but I look in her eyes and I can see how scared she is.
Matt: I'm sorry.
Josie: I don't mean to come running to you every time something goes wrong, Matt. I'm scared. I'm scared about what this means about me.
Josie: Maybe I made up that stuff about that sick fan because -- maybe it wasn't a conscious choice. Maybe I had no power over it.
Matt: I think you're looking for excuses.
Josie: No, Matt.
Matt: You have to take responsibility for what you did. You have to put it in the past and move on. Blaming your actions on your mother is only gonna dig yourself into a deeper hole.
Josie: I'm not doing that.
Matt: Yes, you are, Josie.
Josie: I need you to help me through this.
Matt: Through what?
Josie: I feel like I need you to -- to lean on to get anything done.
Matt: That's not true. You don't. You had me. You kept me on the outside and did whatever you wanted to. I miss you more than I care to admit. I miss what I thought we had. [Sighs] But I can't trust you. I'm sorry about your Mom, but I -- I can't let that make a difference. I won't let that make a difference.
Josie: But if you love me --
Matt: Josie, I can't give you confidence. I -- don't ask me to solve your problems. Don't ask me to agree with your excuses that you dream up for what you did. I don't mean to hurt you, but I'm not going to be your crutch anymore.
Josie: I really blew it, didn't I?
Matt: Yeah, you did.
Josie: Well, it looks like it's gonna be a really pretty wedding.
Matt: Yep, sure does.
Josie: I'm standing in for my mother as maid of honor for Frankie.
Matt: That's great. Yeah, I'll -- guess I'll see you then.
Josie: Matt, um, it would mean a lot to me -- Cass' best man is Felicia.
Matt: Yeah, I know.
Josie: That kind of leaves me with no one after the ceremony, and I was wondering if --
Matt: Uh --
Josie: For old time's sake --
Matt: I'm taking someone, Josie.
Matt: You look beautiful. I'll see you later.
Children's voices: [Singing]
Sharlene: No, no, no!
Taylor: Sharlene, I want you to count backwards --
Sharlene: No, no!
Taylor: Count backwards from five. Sharlene. Sharlene, listen to me. Let me help you. Let me talk you out of this. Count. Count. Five --
Taylor: Four --
Sharlene: Four, three, two, one.
Sharlene: What happened?
Taylor: I -- uh, a lot. But unfortunately, you didn't reveal very much of it to me.
Sharlene: What do you mean?
Taylor: Well, I don't know. You -- you went under. You --
Sharlene: Oh, my God. Look at the time. I -- I gotta get changed for the wedding, Dr. Benson.
Taylor: Sharlene, Sharlene, how do you feel?
Sharlene: John's picking me up soon. I feel fine.
Taylor: Do you remember anything you felt when you were under hypnosis?
Taylor: I really -- I really felt we were going to tap into something. Look, Sharlene, I hope you understand why I felt we had to try.
Sharlene: Sure I do. Sure I do.
Taylor: We'll try again.
Sharlene: Whenever you want to. It wasn't so bad.
Taylor: Look, John is prepared to bring you back here if you have any problems at the wedding.
Sharlene: I know that. I know and I really don't anticipate any. I really don't. I feel good.
Taylor: Good. You have a wonderful time.
Sharlene: I will.
Taylor: See you soon.
Sharlene: Stupid quack. I did it! I'm on my way, Grant. I'm on my way. [Laughs]
Jamie: I called the hospital and asked Dr. Richards to meet you in the E.R. He's a trauma specialist, and I want him on the case.
Paramedic: You got it, Dr. Frame. You did a hell of a job.
Jamie: Thank you.
Reuben: Whoa, that was not my idea of excitement. And you guys -- you guys were incredible. I mean, I almost passed out.
Marley: Well, you brought him in here. You couldn't have been that faint.
Reuben: Are you kidding? I was this close to keeling over. Man, we really need a clinic around here. You know, more bad stuff happens around here in one day than the east side sees in a month. I just wonder how many of them make it to the hospital in time.
Jamie: I don't spend much time in E.R. these days. I'm really out of touch with these situations.
Reuben: Yeah, well, if you get a chance to pass the word on to somebody, please do it, ok? Look, I really got to run. But if you guys want to hang out, that's cool. Just close the door when you leave, all right?
Jamie: All right.
Marley: Hey, Reuben, you saved that man's life by bringing him in here.
Jamie: I feel pretty good. How about you?
Marley: Oh, I feel ok.
Reuben: Wow, this is a regular "m a s h" unit around here, huh?
Reuben: Later, you two.
Jamie: Bye, Reuben. Thanks. Are you sure you're ok?
Marley: Yes, I -- I think I am.
Jamie: You were incredible just then. I know nurses who've panicked more than you just did.
Marley: Guess I'm developing a thicker skin in my old age.
Jamie: I guess so.
Marley: Don't you have a wedding to go to?
Jamie: I've got an idea. Would you stay and talk for a second?
Josie: Enough is enough already, Frankie.
Josie: When do you plan putting your wedding gown on, after the ceremony?
Frankie: Oh, I've got plenty of time.
Josie: The guests are gonna be here any minute.
Frankie: Oh, so what? They'll arrive. They'll see my cool, calm exterior, and they'll go home and tell their families the bride was a rock.
Frankie: Oh, so what? There's 50 more --
Josie: You are nervous. I knew it.
Frankie: I'm a blithering idiot, but don't tell anybody. Oh -- oh, how'd it go with Matthew?
Josie: ....... you the way a good bride -- good maid of honor should, ok?
Josie: I'm nervous, too.
Frankie: Well, you know what? I still don't know what I'm gonna do with this hair.
Josie: And you're waiting till now to tell me this?
Frankie: Can you save me?
Josie: Come on, let's go. I have to fix my hair, too. You're gonna be beautiful today.
Frankie: Thank you, so will you.
Man: Where the hell were you?
Second man: Working out.
Man: Take the keys and don't make me have to look for you.
Grant's voice: Yes?
Man: Uh, yeah, it's Eddie. We're all set.
Grant's voice: Good. Now listen very carefully. We can't mess this thing up. She's wearing a pink dress. She has a brooch on it.
Eddie: What about the hair?
Grant's voice: What?
The hair -- the color of the hair.
Grant's voice: Her hair?
Grant's voice: Wait a minute. Wait, I've got to go.
John: You look beautiful.
Sharlene: Thank you. Can we go?
John: Certainly. Are you as excited about this as I am? Let me tell the head nurse that we're leaving.
Sharlene: It's the last time I'm gonna have to pretend to be someone I'm not. Who wouldn't be excited?
Sharlene: You look quite handsome.
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