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Another World Transcript Tuesday 6/27/06
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Josie: They're here! Aunt Emma, Aunt Emma, they're here.
Emma: I know. I hear them, I hear them. You keep on hollering like that and Mama's gonna hear you raising the roof before she even gets in the house.
Josie: I thought you would want to see them, too.
Emma: Honey, I don't -- please, please, just come away from there. Mama doesn't need to see you guarding the door. I thought we agreed we were gonna keep things just nice and normal around here.
Josie: Oh, that's why you've been up cooking since 6:00 a.m.
Emma: That's different. I was up early. And anyway -- listen to me -- a good, home-cooked meal would do Sharlene a world of good. Oh, and you remember -- not one word about Mary Frances. Not a word. I think John wants to just wait a while before he tells her about that.
Josie: I'm not going to say anything.
Emma: Well, see that you don't.
Josie: Aunt Emma, are you ok? You must be scared about Frankie.
Emma: Josie, listen to me. Mary Frances is strong and she's smart. Now, if I didn't believe that I think I'd probably lose my -- Sharlene!
Emma: Oh, welcome home.
Sharlene: Hi, hi.
Josie: Hi, Mama.
Sharlene: Hi, darling.
Emma: Honey, how you feeling?
Sharlene: I'm feeling like it's -- it's good to be home.
Rachel: There's nothing to explain. Work gives someone a sense of purpose.
Amanda: Mama, I'm not arguing with that --
Rachel: And if I wasn't ready to go back to Cory Enterprises --
Amanda: I would be one of the first people to say that we would love to have you back and that we need you.
Rachel: Isn't there a set of financials around here somewhere?
Amanda: You can always get a copy when you get to the office.
Rachel: I can't wait. I need them for the advertising meeting.
Amanda: Can you slow down just for a second?
Amanda: Because you don't have to be on top of everything on your first day back.
Rachel: Wendy. It's Rachel Cory. No, you heard correctly. Yes, I will be in later. Yeah, there is something you can do for me -- can you get all of the budgets? Yes, all of them. Put them on my desk, and also the projected sales figures for "Brava" and "Sophisticate." Yeah, just put them on my desk. I'll be in later. Good. See you later. Bye.
Amanda: Can you talk to me just for a minute, please?
Rachel: I am talking to you. I don't know what the problem is. I mean, what's wrong with me going back to work?
Amanda: Nothing, nothing.
Rachel: Do you feel threatened by this or something?
Rachel: Well then, what is the problem?
Amanda: I don't know if there's a problem.
Amanda: I just know that you said that you weren't going to see Ken Jordan so much anymore. And now you are burying yourself in work.
Rachel: Who said I was burying myself in --
Amanda: Mom, I don't know if I have all the answers. I probably don't. I'm just saying, I think you could be making a mistake.
Felicia: No, no, not a word. What about you? Yeah, I know. Oh, Evan, Cass just came in. I'm not really sure. I know he was talking to the police about Frankie. Why don't you check with me later this afternoon if you can? Right. Thanks, honey. Bye-bye. Any luck?
Felicia: Did you get my message?
Cass: Just now. I was out all night.
Felicia: Honey, I think I may have a lead.
Cass: Well, tell me.
Felicia: Well, I don't have it exactly, but I know somebody who does.
Cass: Where is she? What do you know about Frankie?
Man: Look, if I thought your way would work, I'd do it your way. You don't have to tell me that. I'm the one facing the class-three felony, remember?
Man: Well, that can't be helped now. This thing is like a runaway train. We're not going to able to stop it now.
Frankie: Steal this from one of the horses?
Man: Nope, I gave Cassandra all she wanted when I brought her out to the paddock.
Frankie: I had my heart set on wedding cake.
Man: You're gonna start whining about that again?
Frankie: Give me something else to whine about.
Man: Oh, like what?
Frankie: Like who were you talking to on the phone?
Man: None of your business.
Frankie: Oh, I'm sorry, have I breached kidnapping etiquette?
Man: Look, you're not in any danger.
Frankie: Oh, gee. Why don't I feel like I can trust you?
Man: Oh, gee. Because you really have no choice.
Frankie: I heard you ranting about a class-three felony, which I happen to know is the charge of kidnapping.
Man: And how would you know about that?
Frankie: I am a P.I. The question is, how do you know about it? You're more professional than you seem.
Man: You're smart. It's obvious. And I gotta hand it to you, you're handling this pretty well.
Frankie: Oh, he is pleased with me. Oh goody, goody.
Man: Look, I have things to do.
Frankie: [Sneezes] Something tells me this is more than just a simple abduction and there's a lot more going on here than meets the eye.
Man: Look, do yourself a favor. Keep your observations to yourself --
Man: You'll stay alive a lot longer. Yeah?
Ted: It's me. What do you have to report?
Man: Look, I'm glad you called. Uh, something's come up.
Ted: Listen, I didn't call to chat. Did you take care of her?
Man: No, not exactly.
Ted: Why the hell not?
Man: This place doesn't really lend itself to that.
Ted: I don't care about that. You just do what I told you.
Man: Look, everything's under control.
Ted: Now, look, don't second-guess me. You haven't got the big picture.
Man: So fill me in.
Ted: I haven't got time for that right now. There's more at stake here than the congressman's career, I can tell you that.
Man: Ok, ok. Calm down.
Ted: I'll calm down when you do what I told you. Finish the job.
Frankie: How much?
Man: I'm not sure.
Cass: If anything happens to her --
Cass: And you are responsible, I promise --
Felicia: Luke is not trying to hurt Frankie. He's here to help us.
Cass: Why would you want to help us?
Lucas: Because I care about Frankie. I was at your wedding because Frankie wanted me there.
Cass: You're the last person in the world I would --
Felicia: Cass. Why don't the two of you go over and talk about this. Come on. Go on, I've got some calls to make. Go on.
Cass: How would you know anything about Frankie's disappearance?
Lucas: I'm not sure that I do, but I put a few things together and they seem to add up. I'll tell you what I know, Cass, on one condition -- that you don't tell Felicia about my involvement in this mess. It's got to come from me when the time is right.
Cass: You have the upper hand.
Lucas: You know Ted Bryer -- he's Harrison's aide?
Cass: What does he have to do with anything?
Lucas: I think he took Frankie from the wedding.
Cass: Why would he want to kidnap Frankie?
Josie: Aunt Emma, these are delicious. I mean, if I ever learn to cook you'll have to give me the recipe.
Emma: You got it.
Sharlene: You always did make the best chocolate chip cookies, Emma.
Emma: They are good, aren't they? If there are any left by the time I get finished with it. You know, let me tell you something -- the only thing I make that Mary Frances will still eat -- I guess it's because of the whole-wheat flour.
Sharlene: How is Frankie? Has anybody heard from her since she's been on her honeymoon?
John: Sharlene, how many brides do you know that call home on their honeymoon?
Sharlene: [Laughing] I guess you're right. So I guess we won't hear from her for a while.
Emma: You want some more coffee?
Sharlene: No, this is perfect. Thanks. Thanks anyway.
Josie: Mama, I have the whole day free if you feel like going to a movie or going for a drive or something.
Sharlene: No. You know, what I'd really like to do is just take care of a few things around here.
Emma: Oh, Sharlene, you're supposed to be relaxing.
Sharlene: This room.
Emma: What's wrong with this room?
Sharlene: I don't know. I -- I wonder why I never thought of changing the furniture around.
Josie: But, Mama, you've always loved this room just the way it is.
Sharlene: Well, now I think it's time for a change.
Josie: I guess a lot of things are going to be different, aren't they?
Sharlene: I suppose they are.
John: Well, I suppose we can let this conversation wait for a little while.
Emma: Hey. I have got a real breakfast coming up.
Sharlene: Oh, no. Emma, please, I'm not that hungry. I'm not.
Emma: Well, you only eat what you want to eat. I know John's got an appetite.
Sharlene: Well, if everybody's that hungry, then I'm gonna go back there and fry us up some --
Emma and Josie: No, no, no, no.
Josie: Just stay here and relax, ok?
Emma: Right. You come on and give me a hand.
Josie: Yes, ma'am.
Sharlene: If this is how it's gonna be I'm gonna lose my mind.
John: Let them fuss a little.
Sharlene: A little? They're treating me like I'm an invalid.
John: Well, they don't mean to.
Sharlene: I can still function, you know.
John: Listen, I saw how wiped out you were after your last session with Dr. Benson. That hypnosis takes it out of you. I don't want to see you get exhausted.
Sharlene: John, I can judge that for myself. Please try not to worry so much.
John: All right.
Sharlene: Right now all I need to know is that you trust me more than anything.
John: Hey, come on. You know that I trust you.
John: Dr. Benson says that you're getting very close.
Sharlene: I'm still blocking something out, John. Blocking something that's -- that's major. It's -- it's from my childhood. And I try to remember, and I get so close it's almost like I can just -- I can touch it. And then -- nothing. It's the -- the mind is so strange.
John: You gonna try again next week?
Sharlene: I'm going to keep trying till we find it, John.
John: Well, remembering isn't everything.
Sharlene: What do you mean?
John: You've already made some great changes.
Sharlene: I can tell by the way you look at me. The way Emma and Josie react to everything I say, John.
John: We will all adjust. It's nothing major.
Sharlene: It is to me. John, all of a sudden something bothers me about this room. And it never did before. I was here for so long and I never wanted to change a thing.
John: Well, now you do.
Sharlene: Jason brought the furniture in, Jason put it down, and I just left it there. Sharly wouldn't have done that.
John: Maybe not.
Sharlene: I hope you understand I don't have a whole lot of control over this.
John: It's ok, I do understand.
Sharlene: I hope you do because I am not the same Sharlene I used to be and I won't be ever again. She's already gone. And everybody is going to have to deal with that. Especially you.
Rachel: Ken and I wanted different things. That's why it didn't work out.
Amanda: Well, it didn't look that way from here.
Rachel: Well, that's the way it was.
Amanda: It's too bad.
Rachel: I don't know why you're so upset. You treated him as though you couldn't stand the sight of him.
Amanda: Well, that was me, it wasn't Ken. I was just afraid that somebody was going to take Daddy's place.
Rachel: He couldn't do that. He didn't even want to.
Amanda: I know I was too rough on both of you. Sometimes you find comfort in unexpected places when you lose someone close.
Rachel: You're thinking of Sam.
Amanda: It's still difficult for me to face the fact that my marriage is over. But I have to.
Rachel: And you think I'm not facing things?
Amanda: I think that diving into work is a very easy way of avoiding your feelings.
Rachel: It's also a very good way of getting back into life.
Amanda: Maybe. But, you know, when I went and spent time at the cabin that day -- it was a place where Sam and I had spent a lot of time together -- it really helped me.
Amanda: It made me realize that I have to forget about the past and concentrate on what will be.
Amanda: Now if I can just get the courage to do that.
Rachel: You certainly worked out a lot when you were up there.
Amanda: Evan came by.
Rachel: Did he?
Amanda: I really wasn't happy to see him at first, but I was relieved that he came. I needed someone to talk to, someone that understood.
Rachel: He does?
Amanda: Yeah, he was wonderful. He made me realize that my life isn't over. There are plenty of choices out there. He really cares for me.
Rachel: How do you feel about him?
Amanda: That's where it gets a bit confusing.
Rachel: Well, I understand that feeling.
Amanda: Maybe it's the same as you and Ken. I don't know. I want to trust him, I just -- somehow I can't seem to let myself.
Rachel: Well, what are you gonna to do?
Amanda: Well, you may not like this.
Rachel: It's not up to me.
Amanda: When Evan gets back from his trip he wants us to start seeing each other.
Rachel: What do you want?
Amanda: I want to find out if it's something real.
Rachel: You haven't heard a word from Sam?
Amanda: No. Anyway, all of this helped me possibly understand what you were feeling for Ken.
Rachel: I see.
Amanda: I am sorry if -- if I caused any problems, if I messed things up between the two of you.
Rachel: No, you didn't.
Amanda: Paulina was worried about the same thing.
Rachel: Yes, I know. She talked to me about it last night. She doesn't have anything to do with it either. But I must say it was nice to know that she was thinking of somebody else instead of just herself.
Amanda: Yeah, she was. I figured if she can, I should, too. I'm going to go check up on Alli because she slept late today. Are you just about to leave yet?
Rachel: No, no, I've got some work that I still have to do.
Amanda: Ok. Oh, before I forget --
Amanda: Would you do me a favor and speak to the new caretaker at the cabin? Tell him to take in the porch furniture. It was out when I got there.
Rachel: That's odd.
Rachel: Well, I never got around to hiring another caretaker for the cabin.
Amanda: You didn't?
Rachel: No, as far as I know, nobody's been up there for months.
Amanda: Somebody was definitely there.
Rachel: Well, don't worry about it. I'll check into it.
[Knock on door]
Olivia: Hi. Oh, I -- I don't think this is the right place. Wait! Wait, are you sure these are for me? Well at least let me give you a tip.
Olivia: Wonder who that is.
Olivia: "Keep up the good work. Remember, you make your own dreams come true." What happened to the signature? I can't read it. Who sent this?
Lucas: My trial is coming up.
Cass: I know.
Lucas: I have a vested interest in what Harrison does.
Cass: I still don't see the connection.
Lucas: I keep tabs on him and his boys keep tabs on me.
Cass: Ok, so what did you find out?
Lucas: Something they don't want me to know. Something personal.
Cass: Could you be a little more specific?
Lucas: I'd rather not do that.
Cass: Lucas, I'm not going to play cat-and-mouse with you. I need all the information you've got. Now, how is this Ted guy involved?
Lucas: Ok, I had some dealings with Ted. I was trying to get Harrison to take the heat off of my case.
Cass: What kind of dealings?
Lucas: I was trying to cut a deal with Harrison through Ted, and it wasn't happening and he's getting very nervous.
Cass: And what does this have to do with Frankie? Come on.
Lucas: All right. Look, it seems as if Harrison is having a -- seeing a married woman, and of course Ted wants to keep it quiet. I think -- this is just a hunch, now -- but I think Ted hired somebody to get this woman out of town.
Cass: And they took Frankie instead.
Lucas: It's a long shot, but yes.
Cass: So, how do we find out where they have taken her?
Lucas: I'll call him.
Cass: Ok, you do that. You set up a meeting and we'll drop in as your surprise guests.
Lucas: Ok. I'll see if I can reach him.
Felicia: What did Luke say?
Ted: Congressman Harrison's headquarters.
Lucas: Ted, I've been waiting for you to call me.
Ted: Lucas, this isn't a very good time.
Lucas: It never is with you. Are you alone?
Ted: Right now I am.
Lucas: Good. I'm going to come and pay a visit to you. Shall we go?
Cass: Details to follow. Come on, let's go.
Frankie: Ugh. [Whispering] Ok. Something will come to me, something will come to me, something will come to me. Something will come to me, something will come to me. [Normal voice] Om -- nam-myoho-renge-kyo, nam-myoho -- [Sneezes] Aw.
[Door latch turns]
Frankie: Back so soon?
Man: Ok, what is it?
Man: What the hell have you been doing?
Emma: Now, I hope this is going to get you to change your mind.
John: There you go. Thank you, Josie.
Sharlene: Emma, that's wonderful.
Emma: Well, you won't know till you taste it.
Emma: And listen to me, Sharlene, you don't have to go back into that kitchen until you are good and ready to.
John: Don't go overboard, Emma.
Josie: Mama, if you feel like it later, I'll help you rearrange the room.
John: Well, let's just give her a little breathing room. What do you say?
Emma: How is it?
Sharlene: Uh, hold on. It's absolutely wonderful. Very good.
Emma: You sure you don't want some ketchup? I know -- that hot sauce that Mary Frances is so crazy about -- , . What do you want for supper?
Josie: Why don't we go out?
Emma: Go out on your Mama's first day home?
John: Let's not make too many plans right away.
Sharlene: That's enough.
Emma: I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
Sharlene: I love you all very much, but I can think for myself. I can decide things all alone. That's the whole point -- I have to do things for myself.
Emma: Honey, we didn't mean anything by it.
Sharlene: I know, I know. I have to get some air.
Children's voices: [Laughing]
Lucas: This is it.
Cass: Maybe you should wait in the car.
Felicia: What, are you kidding me?
Lucas: It's safer, it really is.
Felicia: What is this, menfolk protecting a little woman?
Lucas: Listen, Fannie, it's not about chauvinism. Cass is right. This could get ugly.
Felicia: Then you probably need a diplomat, right?
Cass: I should know by now that it's pointless to argue with you.
Felicia: That's right. Besides, Frankie's my friend, too. Come on.
Lucas: Ted. Come on, open up. Ted!
Cass: I'm not going to wait. Get out of the way, Lucas.
Felicia: Wait! Why don't we try this first?
Cass: I was going to do that, you know.
Felicia: Oh, sure.
Cass: I was.
Felicia: Oh sure.
Frankie: Oh. I don't -- I don't feel so well.
Man: That's because you keep giving these nags all the food I bring you.
Frankie: Yeah, maybe -- maybe that is it. But all of a sudden it's -- ugh, it's really taking its toll --
Man: No, don't start getting sick on me -- Frankie!
Man: What a piece of work.
Frankie: Oh -- what happened?
Man: You fainted. Just rest here until I come back. Bring you a cheeseburger and fries.
Man: At least the horses won't fight you for it.
Frankie: Come on, Cass, baby. Be home. Cass? Ah, not the machine! Ok, ok, all right. [Sneezes] Ok. Oh, how long is this message? Beep! Ok, look, Cass, it's me. I'm ok -- well, not ok, but I'm not hurt. I don't want you worry about that. Look, these bozos kidnapped me and I don't even know why. But they -- they threw me into the caterers' van and -- and they brought me to this old barn. It's -- it's near a bridge and I saw a sign, but the only word I could make out was the word "hunt," and --
John: Still want to be alone?
Sharlene: No, it's all right. I'm fine.
John: At the risk of being a pushy husband, are you sure?
Sharlene: No, not really.
John: What happened?
Sharlene: He was -- he was upset. And then I heard children's voices, John -- laughing and singing. It was in my head.
Sharlene: I heard the same thing in Dr. Benson's office. Maybe that wall in my mind is about to come down.
John: Maybe it is. But, you know, you don't have to face all of these changes alone. You taught me that. I made some plans for this afternoon.
Sharlene: Does it have anything to do with food?
John: As a matter of fact, it does. It's a picnic. But the food is really bad.
Sharlene: Is it bad? Good, I feel better already.
John: So what I think we gotta do is take that bad food down to the brook and feed it to the fish. What do you say? Rearranging the living room furniture can always wait.
Sharlene: Why not? It's waited this long.
Sharlene: Josie, honey, I'm sorry I snapped at you. I'm sorry.
Josie: Mama, we have to be honest with each other. It's good you said what you felt. It's all part of getting well, right?
Sharlene: I love you, and that's the truth.
Josie: Mama, I love you, too.
John: Picnic. You want to come?
Josie: No, you go ahead.
Josie: Olivia, what do you want?
Olivia: Josie, you haven't answered any of my phone calls.
Josie: Well, I've been busy.
Olivia: Well, I was hoping maybe you would have some news about Frankie.
Josie: Well, I don't. Would you keep your voice down? My mother just got home from the hospital, and she doesn't know anything yet.
Olivia: [Whispering] How is she?
Josie: [Whispering] Better.
Josie: What do you want?
Olivia: I was hoping that maybe we could talk.
Josie: Just tell me the reason you're here, Olivia. I mean, there must be some reason why you'd drive miles out of your way to see someone you can't stand.
Olivia: Oh, Josie, that's not true. You're my sister.
Josie: Olivia, what do you want?
Olivia: I wanted to see how you were. I wanted to clear the air about Matthew taking me to the wedding. We only went as friends.
Josie: Yeah, you've already said that. And you know what? I could care less what you and Matthew do.
Olivia: I know you're not over Matthew. And for what it's worth, the last time I saw him was at the wedding. I'm not after your boyfriend.
Josie: Well, I'm sure he doesn't consider himself my boyfriend anymore.
Olivia: He certainly isn't dating me.
Josie: In what way, then?
Olivia: . Since Sam left town, there really isn't anybody else --
Josie: You're still hung up on Sam? Even after what happened with Evan and Amanda?
Olivia: I know Sam never .... I'd stake my life on it.
Josie: That's pretty strong.
Olivia: Yeah, that may sound dumb to you.
Josie: He left town and you're still ......
Olivia: I told myself over and over again that it was pointless, that he loved Amanda. I guess you think I'm pretty stupid wanting somebody I can never have.
Josie: No. No, not really.
Olivia: Things were different with you and Matthew. He loved you, you know, maybe there's still a chance for you two --
Josie: I don't think so. Is there anything you would like me to tell him?
Josie: There's nothing you could say that could make things the way they used to be.
Olivia: I'm sorry, Josie. I really am.
Man: Real cute.
Frankie: What are you gonna do?
Man: I don't know -- yet.
Frankie: I was wondering when you'd figure that out.
Man: Where did you come up with a stunt like that?
Frankie: I'm a P.I. I'm used to living by my wits.
Man: Were you calling your fiancÚ?
Frankie: Oh, brilliant deduction.
Man: Sorry, but I can't allow that.
Frankie: Too bad. I think my message got through.
Man: You better hope that it didn't. You'd be better off if no one came here looking for you. Look, cooperate and you'll be back with your boyfriend and cutting the cake before you know it.
Frankie: Why should I believe that?
Man: It's true.
Frankie: I'll tell you what's true. What's true is that there is something heavy going down here and it's a lot bigger than a botched kidnapping.
Man: What if it is? It's no skin off your back.
Frankie: I hate getting caught in the crossfire. Call me crazy.
Man: Relax. If the deal I'm working on comes through, everyone's going to get a piece of the action. Even you, Frankie.
Cass: Wait a minute -- what's this?
Cass: Lucas, you were right. The pressure was on.
Felicia: Right about what? Oh, boy.
Lucas: Well, uh -- he -- he works for Harrison. He can't have gone far.
Cass: Yeah, he better not be because this is certainly getting us nowhere.
Lucas: Why don't we -- why don't we get out of here?
Cass: Before we do I'm calling in for messages.
Cass: Courtney -- nothing. It's Frankie.
Felicia: Is she all right?
Cass: She's ok.
Felicia: What is she saying?
Cass: Shh, shh.
Felicia: Is she telling you where she is?
Cass: She says she was kidnapped.
Lucas: I knew it!
Cass: Here, listen. Frankie's voice: They -- they threw me into the caterers' van and -- and they brought me to this old barn. It's -- it's near a bridge and I saw a sign, but the only word I could make out was the word "hunt," and --
Cass: "Hunt." What could that mean?
Felicia: She sounds like she was cut off.
Cass: She's ok.
Felicia: Oh, I know.
Cass: We have to find her fast.
Felicia: I know.
John: Sharlene, I can't tell you what it means to me to have you home again.
Sharlene: It's going to be all right.
John: I don't want to lose you.
Sharlene: We're going to have a life together. I'm just trying to fight the illness.
John: I want that more than anything.
John: Now that we've settled that, would you like some lemonade? Or some chicken?
Sharlene: I'll get some lemonade.
John: All right.
Children's voices: [Laughing]
I wrote a letter to my love and on the way I dropped it. I dropped it, I dropped it
Olivia: Come on, it'll be all right.
Josie: It's not just Matthew. I feel like I've messed up with everyone I care about.
Olivia: I don't think I've ever seen you this low.
Josie: Didn't realize I had so far to fall.
Olivia: Well, beating yourself up isn't going to help any.
Josie: I've done so many stupid things. Why didn't I see that I was ruining everything?
Olivia: Everything isn't ruined.
Josie: I feel like it is. I let Lucas down, Iris is barely speaking to me. I made you and Matthew crazy with worry. My Mom -- how could I upset her like that?
Olivia: What do you mean, by inventing the fan?
Josie: Among other things.
Olivia: Matthew and I know why you did that. I'm sure your Mom understands, too.
Josie: Think so?
Olivia: Sure. You thought you needed something extra to make you stand out. The truth is, Josie, you already do. My father noticed it the first time he saw you. So did the judges in the Fresh Faces contest. And that movie star, Brad -- whatever his name was. They all went crazy over you and you didn't have to do a thing to impress them.
Josie: What, you think everything just fell into my lap?
Olivia: No that's not what I said.
Josie: Olivia, I worked very hard for what I have.
Olivia: So? So do a lot of people and nobody ever notices. Ask me about that one and I'll tell you what it feels like.
Josie: I guess -- I guess I have had some good luck. It's like my mother always said, "be grateful for what you have."
Olivia: Yeah. That's another reason why I envy you.
Josie: You envy me?
Olivia: Why wouldn't I? Having a mother who loves you as much as she does.
Josie: But you lived all over Europe. I mean, you had this rich father.
Olivia: Yeah, who was never there, who barely knows who I am. I mean, don't get me wrong. Father and I are close, but we're not the way you are with your Mom.
Josie: Sometimes I think we're too close.
Olivia: I don't understand how that could be.
Josie: It can, believe me.
Olivia: Well, maybe if my mother was around I'd understand what you were talking about. I used to imagine it sometimes -- the two of us staying up late, talking, and sipping tea in our nightgowns. Having someone to share your secrets with.
Josie: Those have been some of the best times.
Josie: I hurt her so much. That's all I could think about when she was in the hospital. I have to make it up to her.
Olivia: You will.
Olivia: By telling her exactly what you just told me.
Josie: You know, for the first time I -- I really feel like I have a sister.
Olivia: Yeah. Me, too.
Frankie: What's that?
Man: It's my boss.
Frankie: Oh, my God.
Man: Get under the hay.
Frankie: No --
Man: Get under that! Don't even argue with me!
Frankie: Ok, ok.
Man: Ted. I didn't expect you to come here.
Ted: You get out of my way! Where is she?
Olivia: Thank you for seeing me, Mrs. Cory. I won't take up much of your time.
Rachel: Quite all right, Olivia. What can I do for you?
Olivia: I need to ask you a favor.
Rachel: What is it?
Olivia: Well, I'm going back to New York this summer to audition for the Manhattan Ballet Conservatory.
Rachel: Well, didn't you do that last summer?
Olivia: Yes, I did. But I wasn't very prepared, so I blew it. So I'm going to go back and audition again with a solo from "Romeo and Juliet."
Rachel: Good for you. Good luck.
Olivia: Thanks. That's where you come in.
Rachel: What can I do?
Olivia: I need references.
Olivia: And you're on the board of the Bay City Ballet --
Rachel: Of course, of course. I'll be happy to write you a reference. I think you're very talented.
Olivia: Thank you. Oh, thanks. I don't know.
Rachel: Well, I do.
Olivia: Well, Matthew's always saying I should be as sure of myself as I am of my other opinions.
Rachel: He's got a great way of putting things. I think I agree with him.
Olivia: Is he here?
Rachel: No, I'm afraid not.
Olivia: Hmm. I wanted to thank him for the roses he sent me earlier.
Rachel: Oh, he's been away for a couple of days.
Olivia: Oh. Well, I was sure they were from him. He's the only one who --
Rachel: Excuse me.
Olivia: Of course.
Rachel: Hello? Yes, Wendy. Yes, that's all right. Put him through. Excuse me. Um, Olivia, I'm gonna have to take this call, honey.
Olivia: Oh, sure. Of course, I'm sorry. I'll see myself out.
Rachel: I'll write your reference and give it to my secretary to type up. You can pick it up tomorrow.
Olivia: Thank you very much.
Rachel: Go ahead.
Olivia: Hi, Amanda.
Amanda: What are you doing here, Olivia?
Olivia: Don't worry, I'm not here to bother you about Sam.
Amanda: Good. Because I haven't heard from him.
Olivia: And that doesn't concern you?
Olivia: Not even for Alli's sake?
Amanda: Sam doesn't care enough to get in touch with his daughter. I have no control over that.
Olivia: I hate to see you misjudge him this way. He loved you so much.
Rachel: Amanda, I'm going to have to get off to --
Amanda: Oh, sure. All right, goodbye, Mom.
Rachel: I'll see you. Bye, Olivia.
Olivia: Bye, Mrs. Cory.
Amanda: I'm really not in the mood to discuss this with you, Olivia.
Olivia: Oh, no, you'd much rather discuss it with Evan. He has such a great perspective on Sam.
Amanda: Unlike you, he knows what Sam put me through.
Olivia: I'm sure he has a pretty good idea of what the two of you put Sam through.
Amanda: You are an outsider, Olivia. You have no right to judge me. Sam was my husband.
Olivia: I wasn't the one who had problems remembering that.
Amanda: Get out.
Olivia: I'd like to use the phone first.
Amanda: Sometimes I wonder.
Olivia: About what?
Amanda: What Matt and Sam see in you.
Olivia: Something you probably wouldn't understand. Loyalty.
Amanda: Use the phone. Don't stay too long. You're not welcome here.
Olivia: Hi, my name is Olivia Matthews. You sent me a dozen roses earlier this morning? Right, that's right. I have a problem. No. No, no, no, the flowers are beautiful. It's the card. It got all soggy and I couldn't read it. Wonderful. Could you tell me who they're from? Are you sure? Sam Fowler? All right. Well, thank you.
John: What's wrong, Sharlene? What are you looking at?
Sharlene: The water.
John: What do you see?
Sharlene: I see myself.
John: Sharly or Sharlene?
Sharlene: I don't -- I don't know. I see -- I see a little girl.
Sharlene: Water. Light. Sounds.
John: What do they remind you of?
Sharlene: Oh, I was in a spot just like this, John. It's coming back to me.
John: It's ok. Just let it come.
Sharlene: Oh! I'm starting to remember something. I'm remembering what happened to me. Oh.
Cass: "Hunt." Hunt, what?
Felicia: I don't know. Hunt, hunt -- a club, maybe? Hunt lodge? Hunt -- sports? I don't know.
Lucas: Well, you know, at least we know she's in the area.
Cass: Yeah, unless they moved her. She hung up the phone in a real hurry there.
Felicia: Hunter? Huntington?
Cass: I can't just stand around here and do nothing. Now, listen, we know that she's in a barn near a bridge. So why don't we split up, we'll drive around, maybe somebody will spot something.
Lucas: It'll take hours.
Cass: You got a better suggestion?
Felicia: Hunt -- Huntley! That's it.
Felicia: Cass, that's it. Huntley -- the old Huntley estate. It's on the other side of Glenview. You know that place -- it's huge, it's like, probably a couple of thousand acres. It's an old horse farm.
Cass: Yeah, I know the place. It's deserted now.
Lucas: Think she might be there?
Felicia: I don't know, maybe. The family died. It's been on the market for months.
Lucas: It's gotta be worth a try, right?
Felicia: Well, it's the only thing we got.
Cass: Call the cops, have them meet me there.
Felicia: All right. Take the car, we'll get a cab.
Felicia: And be careful, for heaven's sake.
Cass: I will.
Ted: I said, where is she?
Man: She must have bolted.
Ted: All right, let's go get her.
Man: No, you go after her. If she's so important to you, you get her. I'm through.
Ted: What are you talking about? You're not backing out on me now.
Man: Oh, no? Just watch me. Look, I don't get any of this. First we drag some girl away from her altar. And what's that supposed to accomplish? You think that's going to get Grant votes? This time I want answers, Ted.
Ted: All right, all right. You win.
Ted: What was that?
Man: I don't know.
Ted: Did you hear something? It was a sneeze.
Man: What? I didn't hear anything. It must have been one of the horses out back.
Ted: Oh. She's still here, isn't she?
Man: I haven't seen her.
Ted: No? Then I guess I'm gonna have to finish this job myself.
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