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Another World Transcript Friday 6/30/06
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Proofread By Ebele
Singer: No one gets you closer.
Paulina: Hi, Jake. It's Paulina. Uh, I guess we could talk about this tomorrow, but -- oh, well. I'll try it out on you now, and you can call me back if you feel like it. I hope you'll call. I was driving home tonight, and I got this great idea about how to handle your accounts receivable. I think it would mean you could turn profits over a lot faster. Um, all right, Jake. I'll talk to you later. Look forward to hearing from you. Bye. Hi, Jamie.
Jamie: Paulina. What now?
Paulina: I don't know what you mean.
Jamie: I mean, what are you doing with Jake McKinnon?
Jake: Mm. I think I will take a bottle of this and you can send it over when my, uh, friend gets here.
Singer: About a thing 'cause every little thing gonna be all right singin' don't worry about a thing
Iris: You look just fine, Jake.
Singer: 'Cause every little thing
Iris: We have to talk.
Jake: For crying out loud, Iris, I am on a date.
Iris: Postpone it.
Jake: What are you talking about?
Iris: Paulina is up to something.
Jake: Well, I thought we already agreed on that point.
Iris: I meant tonight, Jake.
Jake: I cannot cancel this now, Iris.
Iris: That's too bad, because I think you should be following Paulina during your evenings.
Iris: Yes, I have this very strong feeling that she is meeting someone. It could be her partner, and I want you to follow her and find out who he is.
Jake: Forget it.
Singer: This is my message to you
Iris: I beg your pardon.
Jake: I am waiting for Marley.
Iris: And I am waiting for answers.
Jake: You can't expect me to drop everything and nip at your heels anytime the mood strikes you.
Iris: Well, in that case, you can kiss your job, my money, and your future good-bye.
Singer: Singin' don't worry
Captain Barnes: Do you, Mary Frances, take this man to be your lawful wedded husband?
Frankie: I do.
Captain Barnes: Do you, Cass, take this woman to be your lawful wedded wife?
Cass: I really do.
Captain Barnes: Do you both promise to love and to cherish each other as long as you both shall live?
Frankie: And beyond.
Captain Barnes: It gives me great pleasure today that by the power given to me by the state, under the eyes of God, before your loving friends and family, I now pronounce you husband and wife. And you may kiss, obviously.
Jake: Iris, sit down.
Iris: Does that mean you're gonna do it?
Jake: I've been working for a woman for less than a week and already she's giving me ultimatums.
Singer: Pitch by my doorstep
Iris: Jake, when are you going to realize that our arrangement is not of the 9-to-5 variety, neither in wages nor in responsibilities? If I need you to do something for me, then I want you to do it. Otherwise, I'll seek assistance elsewhere.
Jake: I don't believe you.
Iris: That's a pity, because I pay you enough for your cooperation.
Jake: You know something, Iris? I don't like the word "enough." It's limiting.
Iris: Jake, are you going to do this or not?
Jake: Why is this so urgent?
Iris: Because everybody in the Cory household is going out this evening except for our fair little orphan.
Jake: So what?
Singer: Gonna be all right
Iris: I told you I think she's meeting someone.
Jake: You think? It's because you think?
Iris: That's right, I think. And I think that someone could be her accomplice.
Jake: Iris, if she's gonna see him tonight, she'll see him some other time as well.
Iris: No, Jake, tonight.
Singer: Singin' don't worry about a thing
Iris: Hmm. And if you're going to keep ordering that expensive champagne, I think you'd better meet Paulina. Shall we say within the hour? Oh, well, hello, dear.
Marley: Hi, Iris.
Jake: Hi, honey. Iris was just -- Iris was just keeping me company.
Iris: So nice to run into you, Jake. I know you've got a lot to talk about, you two.
Jake: Sit down. I have to tell you, you look incredible.
Marley: Thank you.
Singer: To a very special one
Marley: Is something wrong?
Marley: Tell me.
Singer: You are so special
Jake: Well, Iris -- Iris was just saying there was a problem with the "Sophisticate" tape and they have a messenger at the loft waiting for me right now.
Marley: Right now?
Jake: Yeah, but it won't take long if you'd like to wait.
Marley: I can start on the champagne.
Jake: You don't mind?
Marley: No. No, really --
Jake: Ok, well, listen. Don't -- don't drink the champagne on an empty stomach. I mean -- I mean, order some appetizers or something.
Marley: I will, just --
Jake: Because I --
Jake: I wanted this evening to be really nice.
Marley: It will be really nice. Jake, I'm happy that your career means so much to you. Really, I'm very proud of you.
Jake: Thank you. I'll be right back.
Paulina: I thought I was the only one home tonight.
Jamie: Are you going to answer my question?
Paulina: I work for Jake's company now and it's no secret.
Jamie: No one told me.
Paulina: Well, I didn't think you cared if you ever saw me again.
Jamie: Well, that's not gonna happen now, is it? Especially now that my mother asked you to move into the house.
Paulina: I want to be with my father's family. Sorry if that upsets you.
Jamie: Paulina, why Jake? Couldn't you find any place else to work in this town?
Paulina: What is wrong with Jake?
Jamie: He -- never mind. It's none of my business. Excuse me.
Paulina: Jamie, wait. I don't want to feel like I have to hide every time we're in the same room together.
Jamie: Paulina, it's very hard for the rest of us to have you here.
Paulina: Can I ask you a question? If I were able to prove that I really am Mac Cory's daughter, will you be able to accept me then?
Jamie: Being a part of this family is more than simple genetics.
Paulina: What do you want from me?
Jamie: Honesty, for one thing. If you had been honest with me -- with all of us from the very beginning, I could feel differently.
Paulina: But now you can't.
Jamie: You were hired to take care of my son. You gave us phony references. You made up a phony past. And you used your -- your position in this house to gather information until you dropped your bomb. No, I don't know if I can ever feel differently.
Paulina: I took great care of Steven and I never lied about how much I care for him, but you still can't trust me.
Jamie: No, I can't.
Paulina: Then what do I have to do to change that?
Jamie: Be honest, for one thing.
Paulina: I am.
Jamie: We'll see, won't we?
Matt: All right, all right.
Felicia: Hey, you.
Cass: Oh, God. Felicia --
[A cappella group singing]
Cass: Oh, God.
Felicia: Come on, you have to walk down the aisle now, just like a real wedding.
Frankie: We did it! Yes, we did! I like being married, how about you?
Cass: So far, so good. We did it, honey. Nothing went wrong, can you believe it?
Felicia: I know. I don't believe it, either.
Frankie: Mama, you're not crying.
Emma: Mary Frances, I don't cry when I'm happy.
Stacey: Cass, I have waited a long time to see you this happy.
Cass: Oh, thanks, Stace. Me, too, believe me.
Rachel: Everybody get your glasses.
Cass: Emma? Ok. [Laughs]
Stacey: Hell, let's party.
Rachel: All right, we have to have a toast.
Reuben: Yo, Stacey, why don't you give the speech?
Rachel: Yes, a toast.
Stacey: I didn't prepare anything.
Felicia: Who did? I mean, none of us ever thought this would even happen. But now, since I am the best man, I think that I should really --
Stacey: Ah, you're a good sport.
Felicia: I don't know what to say, but I'm gonna give it anyway. All right, to Cass and Frankie. I have a feeling that this marriage is going to be one hell of a joyride. Salud.
Felicia: Also, I want to say thank you to the couple that lived in this house previously, wherever they might be, for making Frankie feel so centered enough to marry this guy.
Emma: Uh, may I say something?
Frankie: Mama, do you really want to say something?
Emma: Now, hush up. Just 'cause you're married, you don't get to mouth off. To you, my oldest daughter, I just -- I want to wish you years and years and years and years of love and happiness with this, my son-in-law.
Frankie: She said it. She really said it.
Emma: I said it.
Josie: Hey, you.
Josie: To my favorite cousin in the world.
Reuben: And to my favorite ex-boss.
Cass: Anybody else want to get their nickel in?
Matt: Come on, kiss her, kiss her.
Stacey: Yeah, do it.
Ken: Can I speak to you for a second, please?
Rachel: We don't have anything to say to each other.
[A cappella group singing]
Josie: This is nice, isn't it?
Matt: Two people who really love each other getting married -- yes, it's terrific.
Josie: Matt, I'm glad you're here.
[A cappella singing continues]
Cass: So is this what you dreamed your wedding day would be like?
Frankie: This is better than any dream. Do you, uh, think that everybody would, uh, talk if you kissed me right now?
Cass: Depends on how long I kiss you. Mm.
Ken: You know, the last thing I thought I'd be doing today was drinking champagne at a wedding with you.
Ken: Unusual ceremony.
Ken: Is this how it's gonna be between us from now on?
Ken: Monosyllabic chitchat? I thought you said you wanted to try to be friends.
Rachel: "Pals" I believe is the term you used -- you didn't want to be pals.
Ken: I'm sorry about that.
Rachel: So how is your project going?
Ken: Well, well -- it's going very well, thank you. We're gonna be able to begin the dive sooner than I thought.
Rachel: Oh, good. So have you done this sort of thing before?
Ken: Yeah -- oh, yeah.
Rachel: Mm. [Sighs] So how far out are you going to be?
Ken: Well, far enough that I'll be living on a boat with a crew until we find the darn thing.
Rachel: Oh, I see. So you'll be away for a while.
Ken: Well, it's very costly and very time consuming to bring the crew in every night and take them out again every morning at dawn. It -- it seems to make the most sense.
Rachel: Of course.
Ken: Besides, I hate commuting in scuba gear and flippers.
Rachel: [Chuckles] Excuse me, I have to say good-bye to Frankie and Cass.
Ken: What, you're leaving now?
Rachel: Yes, I have something else I have to do.
Ken: Rachel --
Rachel: Darling, I'm leaving, ok?
Rachel: Yes, well, you don't need me. You've got your own car.
Ken: Yeah, nice to see you.
Rachel: Bye, you guys.
Frankie: Oh, thank you for being here, and thank you for the bouquet.
Cass: Yeah, thanks.
Stacey: No, uh-uh.
Felicia: It's a good idea.
Stacey: No, no, no way.
Felicia: Why not? Why?
Stacey: Because I've got enough pressure on me to get a fellow as it is, let alone I catch the bouquet.
Felicia: All right, all right. Now, I want you to both listen to me. I want you to look around this room and notice that you are the only two single women here. Now, she is going to do something by the book today, and it's gonna be throwing a bouquet at you two.
Stacey: Emma -- what about Emma?
Josie: Well, I guess we better not disagree.
Felicia: Emma, I believe, will defer. Is this understood?
Felicia: Good, it's understood. Good, good, all right. Frankie?
Frankie: Yes, best man.
Felicia: It's time to throw the bouquet. Come on.
Frankie: I could probably kill somebody with these flowers --
Frankie: I'd love to throw them.
Reuben: Yo, Frankie. I want you to do me a favor.
Frankie: Yes, what's that?
Reuben: I want you to lob those flowers to Stacey, 'cause she --
Cass: Come on.
Emma: Now, you listen to me. Josie's standing right behind you. You aim low and to your right and you make sure she gets it.
Frankie: [Chuckles] Mama.
Reuben: I want you to fade back, all right?
Stacey: I want you to fade out of my life. You know what I'm saying?
Emma: Listen to me.
Frankie: What? What?
Emma: I was married to your daddy for two years by the time I was your age. I want a lot of little Frames to boss around, you hear me?
Frankie: You're not expecting a honeymoon grandchild, are you, mama?
Emma: Stranger things have happened.
Frankie: Oh, my Lord.
Emma: Come on, girls. Get with it.
Matt: Come on.
Cass: Your flowers are wilting, hurry.
Cass: Good throw, come on.
Frankie: Are we ready, girls? And a one... and a two... and a three!
Josie: Thank you.
Reuben: She didn't even try, man.
Cass: I know, I know. What are you gonna do, you know? [Laughs] Emma.
Cass: [Sighs] Oh, Emma.
Paulina: That was quick.
Jake: What was?
Paulina: What did you do, get my message and speed all the way over here? I know it's just accounts receivable, but I have some other ideas, too.
Jake: Well, why don't you tell me what you were thinking?
Paulina: All right, I will.
Paulina: Come on in. We'll go out on the terrace. I hope you didn't drop everything to come and see me.
Jake: Oh, no. It was an ordinary night -- wasn't doing a thing.
Paulina: Here you go.
Jake: Thank you.
Paulina: No one's here. Jamie left a few minutes ago.
Jake: Gee, I'm sorry I missed him.
Paulina: [Scoffs] I take it you two don't get along.
Jake: Why don't you tell me what you were thinking?
Paulina: Do you want a drink?
Jake: Paulina, I'm not gonna shoot you down. Just talk to me, all right?
Paulina: Are you aware of the bus stop?
Jake: Yes, it's a route club on the waterfront -- lousy neighborhood, great bands.
Paulina: Exactly. Now, those local bands play for free beers at the bar, but they keep hoping that some hotshot record executive from Chicago is gonna wander in one night and discover them.
Paulina: But what big shot is going to come into that dive?
Paulina: You've thought of this already.
Jake: I was thinking that we would approach them about producing a video. We make them sign a contract with Visions if and when they sign with a label. We shoot simple one-camera video. If they make it, we clean up. If they don't, we're out a couple hundred bucks.
Paulina: Well, I guess I get a "c-" for originality, huh?
Jake: That's a great idea. I should know, I thought of it, too.
Paulina: Well, at least you didn't laugh at me.
Jake: Are you kidding me? That is exactly the attitude you should have for this job.
Paulina: You think so?
Jake: Absolutely. I am surprised, though.
Paulina: Why is that?
Jake: Well, most people leave their work at the office. Instead, you're sitting here in this big house all alone.
Paulina: I'm not alone now.
Jake: This is true. Are you seeing someone?
Jake: Oh, come on.
Paulina: Scout's honor.
Jake: I find that hard to believe unless --
Paulina: Unless what?
Jake: Well, unless you're just breaking up with someone. I know how hard that can be.
Paulina: There's no breakup, Jake. I've been alone a long time.
Jake: But there was someone special once?
Paulina: Why are you asking me all these questions about my love life or lack of it?
Jake: No reason. I just think it's a waste.
Paulina: Well, you're right. It is a waste, but it won't be that way for long.
Jake: So you do have your eye on someone.
Paulina: No, I don't, but that could change.
Jake: I wonder who taught you that.
Jake: What you're doing. It's not bad for someone who spends her time home alone.
Paulina: Oh, boy. Everything I heard is true.
Jake: About what, me?
Paulina: Who do you think?
Jake: What did they say and who said it?
Paulina: Everyone. And they all say the same thing.
Jake: Oh, what is it they say?
Paulina: That you are bad news, Jake McKinnon. Smart girl like me wouldn't waste her time with a guy with a reputation like yours, even if he asks me real nice.
Paulina: Sure you don't want something cold to drink? Looks like you could use it.
Jamie: Are you expecting company?
Marley: Mm, Jake, eventually. Would you like to wait with me?
Jamie: Sure. I stopped by to see my grandmother, but the staff wouldn't let me near the kitchen.
Jamie: Something about a béarnaise dispute, I don't know.
Marley: Right, yes I --
Jamie: It sounded ugly.
Marley: I heard some dishes crashing.
Jamie: Didn't you take a little midnight swim the last time you had this particular vintage?
Marley: Oh, you think you're being funny?
Jamie: I try.
Marley: Mm, Jake ordered that for us.
Jamie: How sweet. I didn't think he cared.
Marley: For Jake and me.
Jamie: Of course, yes.
Marley: We're planning a nice quiet evening together.
Jamie: Well, it's gonna be real quiet if he stands you up.
Marley: Oh, he's not going to stand me up. He was already here. He just got called away on some business, and he's gonna come back as soon as he can.
Jamie: Did he, now?
Marley: Yes, he did. And I think he told your grandmother to dote on me, because she has sent over all the food that's being served tonight for dinner. It's really the royal treatment.
Jamie: That's what you call the royal treatment?
Marley: Excuse me?
Jamie: Marley, all I know is if you were seeing me, I sure wouldn't keep you waiting all night long. No way.
Iris: Yes, Clarence, who is it? Oh, that's fine. Thank you.
Iris: Rachel, what a lovely surprise.
Rachel: Good evening, Iris. I'm sorry to drop in so late. I assume you're alone?
Iris: Oh, yes, Lucas has left. So how was the wedding this time around? Oh, would you like a drink?
Rachel: No, thank you. Ken was there.
Iris: Well, what a coincidence.
Rachel: I don't appreciate your efforts on our behalf.
Iris: [Scoffs] Really.
Rachel: Iris, you set us up. I don't like that.
Iris: Rachel, I just want you to be happy.
Rachel: What you want is for me to get so involved with Ken that I forget everything else.
Iris: Oh, honestly, Rachel.
Rachel: What you want is for me to be out of Bay City and out of Cory Enterprises.
Iris: So this is the thanks I get for being concerned about you.
Rachel: It's just not gonna happen, Iris, so you might as well drop your plans.
Paulina: So what do you think, we go down to the waterfront? Jake?
Jake: It was Vicky that said these things about me, right?
Paulina: No, actually, she never spoke to me about you.
Jake: Oh, she didn't.
Paulina: But I did see her throw a coffee cup at the front door after you left once.
Jake: I thought you liked me.
Paulina: I do. I like you a lot. But I like my job more, and I think it'd be real dumb to get involved with the boss.
Jake: So it is Vicky.
Paulina: What difference does it make?
Jake: Vicky's had it in for me for so long. I'm surprised she doesn't have a little Jake doll with pins and needles sticking out of it.
Paulina: Where are you going? What are you --
Jake: I'm gonna settle this once and for all.
Paulina: What are you gonna do?
Jake: I don't know, maybe I'll pluck her little blonde eyebrows out one by one.
Paulina: Wait. Jake, Vicky has been a wonderful friend to me. The last thing I need for you to do is go running over there ruining everything.
Jake: Paulina, if she thinks she's gonna run me down to everyone she meets, she is dead wrong.
Paulina: It was Ken. The person I spoke to, it was Ken Jordan. [Sighs]
Jake: Ken Jordan said I was dangerous?
Paulina: Yeah. Now, leave Vicky out of this, all right?
Jake: Ken doesn't even know me. Why would he say something like that?
Marley: You turn everything Jake does around.
Jamie: I don't have to. I just see him the way he is.
Marley: What you're forgetting is that I know him. I've lived with him, so your opinions about how he treats me are not important. Champagne?
Jamie: No, thank you.
Marley: Good, let's talk about something else.
Jamie: Sure. What, the weather? The cubs -- how about the cubs?
Marley: How about have you found space for the clinic?
Jamie: As a matter of fact, I think I found the perfect place.
Jamie: I'd really like you to see it.
Marley: I will someday.
Jamie: Marley, what is it with you?
Jamie: Ever since I sat down at this table, you've been treating me like I'm your younger brother or something.
Marley: No, I haven't. I've been treating you like my brother-in-law, which you were and will be again at some time.
Marley: You don't have to lie to cover it up. I do admit that when I first found out about it, it was a little bit hard for me to accept, but I know what it's like to fall in love with an ex all over again. It happens. I accept it. It's fine.
Jamie: What are you saying?
Marley: Well, what did you expect me to do? Fall all over myself and tell you not to do it? I won't do that. I wouldn't stand in the way of Vicky's happiness.
Jamie: Why are you saying all this?
Marley: Now you're going to try and deny it?
Jamie: Deny what?
Marley: I saw you.
Jamie: You saw me.
Marley: Yes. Can we stop the lying now, please? I saw you and Vicky in each other's arms. Now, it doesn't take a doctorate in behavioral psychology to figure out that what you and Vicky had hasn't died.
Marley: What's the matter?
Jamie: I can't believe this. This is great.
Marley: Why are you laughing?
Jamie: You saw me hugging Vicky at her house.
Jamie: And from that you put together a reconciliation.
Jamie: We're learning to be friends, Marley. I still care about her.
Marley: I see.
Jamie: You know, I hugged Hilda the other day. I hope that's ok.
Marley: Stop it.
Jamie: And old Mr. Parker, a 78-year-old guy, a patient of mine -- well, I hugged him when his C.T. scan came back clean. The rumors are gonna fly.
Marley: This was completely different.
Marley: Seemed like a very personal moment.
Jamie: It was. But the last thing it was, was romantic. Marley, I haven't loved Vicky in a long, long time.
Marley: Well, I -- I may have misinterpreted --
Jamie: No, no, not maybe. You definitely misinterpreted. Ask her if you don't believe me.
Marley: Oh, right -- "Vicky, the other day when you were hugging Jamie in the hall, did the old magic come back?" Anyway, I don't really care.
Jamie: Right. Well, at least we got that cleared up.
Marley: Mm, tell me more about the clinic.
Jamie: There's really not much to report yet. You still want to help me set it up, don't you?
Marley: Oh, well, actually I've been thinking a lot about that. I'm not sure it's such a great idea.
Marley: Well, just because I -- I think that you -- I think that it could get complicated.
Jamie: Yeah, so what?
Marley: See, there you go again.
Jamie: That's right, Marley. We worked on this idea together because it's important, because we make a good team. And now you want to leave me stranded because you're afraid it's gonna get complicated?
Marley: You sound angry.
Jamie: I am angry.
Jamie: Because I don't want to have to find someone else to help me with the fundraising and organizing the project. I just don't want to.
Marley: No, you don't.
Jamie: Why not?
Marley: Because I think it's a wonderful idea. I want to carry through with it.
Jamie: Even if it's complicated?
Marley: Mm-hmm. Well, I have one condition.
Jamie: Name it.
Marley: You should never say "name it" until you find out the condition. Ok, I am willing to work with you as long as you agree that our relationship will be strictly professional. No compromises. Agreed?
Jamie: Agreed. Get over here.
Cass: Ok, my turn to toast. Everybody got champagne?
Frankie: I got it.
Cass: Oh, you got plenty.
Reuben: Hey, don't mess it up, all right, Winthrop? [Laughs] Hey, Winthrop, don't mess it up.
Cass: I'm not gonna mess this up. You know why, Reuben?
Reuben: Oh, yeah, why might that be?
Cass: Because this toast is for all of you.
Matt: For us.
Cass: Everybody got champagne?
Cass: So do I, all over my hands. All right, what do I want to say? I can never ever thank you enough for making this night so special for Frankie and me, really. I'm very happy to be standing here with my dear, dear friends and family around me. And it's especially wonderful to be able to say to you that my wife and I -- [Laughs] Besides being a little giddy, we love you very, very much.
Frankie: Yes, we do.
Cass: Thank you. Here's to 50 anniversaries in this house.
Felicia: No, 65 at least.
Frankie: At least.
Matt: We love you, too.
Cass: Now, get out of here. Scram. We've got a -- what do you call those things? Um --
Frankie: A honeymoon?
Cass: A honeymoon that's a week overdue.
Cass: Bye. Thank you for coming, but bye.
Felicia: You're welcome.
Reuben: Smooth, man.
Stacey: Cass, we're out of here, good-bye. I love you.
Cass: I love you, Stace.
Stacey: Oh, call me when you come up for air.
Frankie: Will do.
Stacey: Ok, bye.
Cass: Whatever does she mean by "come up for air"?
Stacey: Ha ha, figure it out.
Frankie: I don't dare venture to guess.
Reuben: I'm glad you're back home, Frankie.
Frankie: Oh, me, too, Reuben. Thank you for everything. You did really well.
Reuben: Thanks. And you -- you're all right, man. You're all right.
Cass: Thanks, Reuben, for everything.
Reuben: I got to go.
Cass: You know, I think he was overcome there. You know, I think he was gonna cry.
Frankie: Yes, so do I. Oh, poor baby.
Reuben: Gotcha! [Laughs]
Cass: You're wicked.
Frankie: He's so silly. He's so silly.
Felicia: Are you ok?
Josie: Sure. Great.
Felicia: You know what?
Felicia: I think he wants to say good night to you.
Josie: I don't think so.
Felicia: Take a look. Go on.
Josie: Thanks, Felicia.
Felicia: Ok, ok. I'm going.
Frankie: Lady, you pulled it off in spades.
Felicia: Oh, I didn't do a thing. Ok, so I did everything.
Cass: Yeah, slightly.
Felicia: Where's your mother?
Frankie: Oh, she took off. She said that she had managed not to cry for long enough, and she was going home to have a good cry for us in private.
Felicia: I love you both. You know that.
Frankie: We know.
Felicia: And, boy, am I glad this finally happened.
Frankie: So are we.
Felicia: Aren't you glad you threw the bouquet? I mean, it's already starting to show its magic. Matt is talking to Josie, and I'm talking too much. I'm going home. Good night, both of you.
Frankie: Good night.
Felicia: Have fun. And if you burn any incense, be careful of the curtains.
Frankie: Ok. Bye-bye.
Cass: Good night. Thanks, I love you.
Felicia: I love you, too.
Cass: I know this isn't your style, but may I carry you up the stairs?
Frankie: Oh, well -- for the first and last time -- absolutely, yes.
Frankie: Are you ok?
Cass: I couldn't possibly be better. Whoo!
Frankie: [Squeals] Yeah! [Laughs]
Matt: You know, Josie, this is still difficult for me. Us trying to be friends and, you know, after everything we've been through --
Josie: I understand. It's ok.
Josie: I'm glad we're talking again because there's something I want you to know.
Josie: You were right to break up with me.
Matt: I was?
Josie: Yeah. I wasn't ready to be engaged. I can't believe we almost went as far as getting married. I look at Frankie and Cass and I see how sure they are about each other and about their love. We weren't ready for that.
Josie: At least -- at least I wasn't.
Matt: Well, it was both of us.
Josie: I got a lot to do before I can commit to something like that.
Matt: I know. Me, too.
Josie: But I love you. I always have.
Matt: You want to get out of here? Are you ready to go?
Josie: Yeah, I guess I shouldn't really hang around.
Matt: Ok, how about I give you a lift home?
Josie: I'd like that very much.
Frankie: Would you put me down?
Cass: You're down.
Frankie: Aw. Oh, look. Oh, did you do that?
Frankie: Rose petals.
Cass: Felicia must have.
Frankie: Yeah, right. [Sighs] All this feels so right it scares me.
Cass: I love you so much Mary Frances. There's nothing to be afraid of anymore.
Marley: Ok, the waiting area and reception can be here and the examining rooms will be over here.
Jamie: Why is that?
Marley: Because nobody wants to think that they're one thin doorway away from 50 people when they're being examined, right?
Jamie: You're right. Good thinking.
Jake: Well, Marley's always right.
Marley: I thought you were lost.
Jake: Not me. Dr. Frame --
Jake: I would love to sit next to my date. However, your posterior is covering my seat.
Jamie: Relax, Jake. I was just going. I'll call you about this later.
Marley: Jake, why do you have to be so rude?
Jake: I'm sorry, I like it like that. So why is Jamie calling you?
Marley: Oh, he's -- he's thinking of setting up a free clinic on the waterfront.
Jake: Hmm, what does that have to do with you?
Marley: I'm helping.
Marley: We're gonna be kind of business partners -- kind of.
Jake: So you and Jamie Frame are going to go into business together.
Marley: Well, actually, it's more philanthropic --
Jake: Over my dead body.
Singer: Sometimes it amazes me how strong the power of love can be; sometimes you just take my breath away you watch my love grow like a child sometimes gentle and sometimes wild sometimes you just take my breath away and it's too good to slip by it's too good to lose too good to be there just to use I'm gonna stand on a mountaintop and tell the news that you take my breath away
your beauty is there in all I see and when I feel your eyes on me oh don't you know you just take my breath away see my life is yours my heart will be singing for you eternally oh don't you know you just take my breath away say it's too good to slip by and it's too good to lose too good to be there just to use I'm gonna stand on a mountaintop and tell the news that you take my breath away mm-mm
sometimes it amazes me how strong the power of love can be oh don't you know you just take my take my breath away oh my life is yours my heart will be singing for you eternally oh don't you know you just take my take my breath away
Marley: Let me get this straight. You're forbidding me to do this.
Marley: Since when do you tell me what to do?
Jake: Marley, I don't mean to sound pushy, but --
Marley: "Over my dead body" isn't pushy?
Jake: The waterfront is a horrible place. Do you have any idea what kind of person you're gonna be dealing with down there?
Marley: Yes. I am going to be dealing with poor people -- people who need help badly. People who deserve help just as much as you and I do.
Jake: Cabs don't drive down there after dark.
Marley: Stacey's office is there.
Jake: That's Stacey's problem.
Marley: No, the waterfront is everybody's problem.
Jake: You ever worked around a hospital?
Jake: It's not a day at the beach, you know.
Marley: I know that.
Jake: I worked as an orderly for three weeks. That was not at a waterfront clinic. You're gonna see knifings, gunshot wounds.
Marley: I can handle it.
Jake: Marley, you're not just going to open up a clinic and make everything all right.
Marley: I understand that, too.
Jake: You're gonna see 14-year-olds that are pregnant, junkies.
Marley: Are you going to deny that this clinic could help people?
Jake: No, I'm just asking you to -- I'm just asking you to help someone else, please.
Marley: No, Jamie and I want to do this --
Jake: Don't let Jamie make you feel guilty about this.
Marley: I feel guilty. I feel guilty all by myself, Jake. I have so much. There are people who have nothing.
Jake: What about us? What do we have?
Jake: I want to be with you, but I know you. You'll give your life to this thing. Don't do this to us, not before we start over again.
Iris: I want to speak to Jake McKinnon. Right away. Thank you.
Jake: Excuse me.
Iris: Uh, Jake? Hello?
Jake: Iris, make it fast.
Iris: Did you see Paulina?
Jake: Yes, and she was all alone, not a friend in sight.
Iris: Well, I guess my hunch was wrong. Never mind, we'll try again.
Jake: Well, we may not have to.
Iris: What do you mean?
Jake: I may have found who Paulina's phantom friend is, and I think it's gonna surprise you.
Iris: Well, who? Quickly, tell me.
Jake: Does the name Ken Jordan ring a bell? I thought it might.
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