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Another World Transcript Wednesday 7/19/06
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Amanda: This is crazy.
Evan: I know it's crazy. That's ok.
Amanda: We have so much work we have to do.
Evan: Ok, fine. Then let's go back to work.
Amanda: Evan, listen.
Evan: You know this isn't about work. This is about you and I not feeling the same way about the same thing.
Amanda: Evan, wait. I don't want you to go.
Rachel: Well, I guess I should have called.
Ken: No, no, no, I appreciate impulsiveness in a woman.
Rachel: But according to you, I'm not impulsive enough.
Ken: There is no right way or wrong way to do it, Rachel. I keep telling you that.
Rachel: Yes, you also tell me that I'm the one who's supposed to make a move.
Ken: But you got to do it for yourself. Don't do it for me.
Rachel: But I'm here, aren't I?
Ken: Yeah. Well, would you like to talk about Paulina or Amanda or "Brava" or --
Rachel: [Chuckles] No. I don't want to talk about any of those things.
Jake: Young lady, someone taught you how to kiss.
Paulina: Nobody taught me.
Paulina: It just came natural.
Jake: Well, I'm all for doing things naturally.
Jake: Mm. [Laughs]
Paulina: I have an idea.
Jake: So do I.
Paulina: It's kind of hot in here.
Jake: Oh, I noticed that.
Paulina: So why don't we go down to the pool?
Jake: You want to go swimming?
Paulina: Come on, it will be fun. We'll go out the back way.
Jake: The back way?
Jamie: Is anybody home? Anybody?
Ada: Hi, Marley.
Marley: Ada, I was hoping to get a chance to say hello to you.
Ada: I just found out you were here.
Marley: Oh, it must be pretty busy back there, huh?
Ada: Oh, it's a nightmare. And you might have noticed that the air conditioning is not working.
Marley: Well, it's not that bad out here, but it must be delightful in the kitchen.
Ada: Truly. Where are your mother and father?
Marley: Oh, they had to take off. Michael had some business thing to attend to, and I'm just waiting for someone.
Ada: Oh, it wouldn't be my handsome ex-bartender, would it?
Marley: It would. Would you like to sit down and talk about it?
Ada: I talked to Jake a little while ago.
Marley: You did?
Ada: He looks happy. Are you the reason?
Marley: I hope so. I want Jake to be happy.
Ada: Mm. Well, Jake's had some problems. He's made some mistakes, but he's got a good heart.
Ada: I hope things work out for you two.
Marley: Thank you. I know it means a lot to Jake that you're his friend.
Ada: Yeah, well, he was wrecked after you left.
Marley: I walked out. It was a terrible thing to do.
Ada: Shook him up pretty good, but he got himself together again.
Ada: And he stopped bartending, and he started his new company. I'm proud of him.
Marley: Oh, so am I. What do you think it was that made the difference, turned him around?
Ada: I don't know. Maybe he just looked at his life and said to himself, "in 10 years, do I want to be living like this?"
Marley: I'm familiar with that one.
Ada: Aren't we all? And then there was your mother.
Marley: Mother made a difference to Jake?
Marley: Donna, what are you doing back?
Donna: Oh, I left my umbrella here.
Ada: Well, your waitress must have put it in the coat room. I'll go and check, ok?
Donna: Thank you. Oh, by the way, Ada, dinner was absolutely lovely tonight.
Ada: Oh, good. Thanks. I'm sorry about the air conditioning.
Donna: Oh, don't mention it. Not sorry enough to give us a reduction on our bill, however.
Marley: You must really love that umbrella.
Donna: I do. So you're waiting for somebody. Is it Jake?
Marley: Yes, it is.
Donna: Why isn't he here?
Marley: He's probably working late.
Donna: He seems to be doing a lot of that lately.
Marley: He lost his partner, remember?
Donna: Do you think he could be working with Paulina?
Marley: I don't know.
Donna: Well, I've only seen her once or twice, but she's very attractive.
Marley: Ok, that's it. I am tired of the needling and of the innuendos. I think we need to talk.
Jake: I thought you were worried about the Corys seeing us.
Paulina: They won't.
Jake: How do you know that?
Paulina: I sneak down here every night after everyone's gone to sleep. I love swimming at night.
Paulina: Pretty soon I won't have to sneak around.
Jake: Yes, that's true.
Paulina: I can belong here just like everyone else.
Jake: Hey, why don't we go back up to your room, huh?
Paulina: There are bathing suits in the cabana. That is what you call that thing, isn't it?
Jake: I - yeah, cabana, I guess.
Paulina: Of course, we could just forget about suits.
Jake: You know, I don't like swimming.
Jake: I -- I don't know. I -- I don't like what it does to my hair.
Paulina: Oh, I bet it looks fine. I bet all of you looks fine.
Jake: Paulina --
Paulina: I like it out here. It's so private.
Jake: Let's go back upstairs.
Paulina: Jake, let's swim. [Laughs]
Jake: Why did you do that?
Paulina: I don't know. It was just this urge that came over me. You're not mad, are you?
Jake: Uh-uh. Don't worry, I'm sure I'll figure out some way to get even.
Evan: Ok, what would you like me to do?
Amanda: Wait for me. I'll take care of what I have to here, and -- and then we can go out or something.
Evan: I don't want to go out.
Amanda: You don't?
Evan: No, and I don't think you do, either.
Amanda: Yeah, I guess I don't.
Evan: What's wrong?
Evan: Well, nobody is going to bother us.
Amanda: My mother left us here so we could finish the annual report.
Evan: We will -- later.
Evan: The report is almost done. It will be on your mother's desk in the morning.
Amanda: But --
Evan: Listen, what did you say or do to get your mother to leave, huh?
Amanda: I don't know, I just did it.
Evan: Yeah? I bet you had to talk, and you had to talk and talk to get your mother to leave us alone, didn't you?
Amanda: It wasn't easy.
Evan: I bet.
Amanda: She doesn't approve of us.
Evan: Oh, I know. But I have a f ling that she knows exactly the way we feel, especially when two people just can't stay away from each other.
Amanda: The phone. The phone.
Evan: Well, in a few minutes, you won't even know it's there.
Amanda: Please, let me answer the phone.
Amanda: So I can get rid of whoever it is.
Evan: Ok, but then you make it fast.
Amanda: Ok, I will. Amanda Fowler.
Jamie's voice: Amanda?
Amanda: Jamie, hi.
Jamie: You sound like you've been running or something.
Amanda: No, no, I'm just taking a break.
Jamie's voice: So how are things going?
Amanda: Oh, everything seems to be going just -- quite nicely.
Evan: I'll say.
Jamie's voice: Working hard, huh?
Amanda: Yes, very hard. Yeah, it looks like it's gonna be a long night.
Jamie: Well, as long at the results are worth it.
Amanda's voice: I -- I think the results will be worth it, yeah.
Jamie: How is Mom holding up?
Amanda's voice: Mom?
Jamie: Yeah, Mom, remember her? She's there, right?
Amanda's voice: Um, Mom's gone. I -- I tried to talk her into going out and having some fun. I told her I could handle everything here.
Evan: I agree.
Jamie's voice: Well, I just came in and I don't see her. Maybe she took your advice.
Amanda: Uh, I don't know. I -- I told her to go see Ken Jordan. Maybe that's what she did.
Jamie: Ken Jordan, why would you --
Jamie: Amanda? Hmm, maybe she is busy.
Rachel: Is this it?
Ken: No, no, no, it's clear.
Rachel: Oh. What's clear?
Ken: The Araki.
Rachel: Oh. So anyway, you want me to give you the benefit of the doubt, and so I just thought you ought to be able to give me the benefit of the doubt.
Ken: Rachel, I've never given you anything but the benefit of the doubt.
Rachel: Oh, please.
Ken: Ah, eureka!
Rachel: What? Araki!
Ken: Ethiopian Araki. [Inhales deeply] Ah, and it's still good. Smells like it's gonna take the tip of your tongue off, but it goes down so smooth. All I need to do is find a couple of glasses. Oh, hang on a second. They're here -- they're right here.
Ken: I've been looking for those two glasses for months.
Rachel: I filed them before I left. [Laughs]
Ken: Very well.
Rachel: So tell me about this dive. Is it gonna be dangerous?
Ken: Well, danger is a relative term. Wouldn't be fun without a little danger.
Rachel: To a little danger.
Ken: To a little danger.
Ada: [Sighs] Boy, this air feels good.
Jamie: Grandma, hi. How are you?
Ada: Hot. The air conditioner at the restaurant broke down.
Jamie: And you stayed and worked there the evening?
Ada: Well, who else is gonna do it?
Jamie: Grandma, how many times have I told you you have --
Ada: A lot. Marley was there.
Jamie: I saw her. She was having dinner with Michael and Donna.
Ada: Well, they had left by the time I saw her. She was waiting for Jake.
Jamie: Oh? But he hadn't shown up yet?
Ada: Well, no, not yet. I guess he was working on that company of his.
Jamie: Yeah, I guess.
Ada: Well, I'm going up. There's a cool bath with lavender baths salts up there that's got my name on it.
Ada: Don't worry. Is your mother home?
Jamie: I don't know, but Amanda's putting in a full night at the office.
Ada: Are you coming up?
Jamie: I think maybe I'll just take a little walk.
Ada: Yeah, that kind of night.
Paulina: Hey, what are you doing?
Jake: Oh, I'm just trying to rescue this watch.
Paulina: You are mad, aren't you?
Jake: [Chuckles] Well, who could be mad at someone that looks like you?
Jake: Are you cold?
Paulina: Mm, a little.
Jake: Mm, I can fix that.
Jake: You know what I was thinking?
Jake: I was thinking that one of the Corys could come home any minute and decide to take a midnight swim. Paulina --
Jake: I would very much like to be alone with you.
Jake: What's wrong, hmm?
Paulina: I'm starting to like you, Jake -- really like you.
Jake: There is nothing wrong with that.
Paulina: There is if this is just gonna be another roll in the hay for you. And if it is, I'll know.
Jake: I take you very, very seriously.
Jake: I want this as much as you do.
Jake: Because --
Jake: Because I want to be with you.
Paulina: Jake, you tell me it's over with Marley, but I've seen you two together. It doesn't look over to me.
Jake: [Chuckles] So that's why you shoved me in the pool, huh?
Jake: If I wanted to be with Marley, I would be with Marley. I'm not, am I?
Jake: I'm not gonna be pushy. If you don't want to do this, I understand and respect that. You are a very nice girl. Hey, have a wonderful midnight swim.
Rachel: I knew there was something different. You've sold the chess set.
Ken: No, I packed it away.
Rachel: Why? You can get a lot of money for it. It's very valuable.
Ken: Oh, I know, but I knew how much you loved it. I thought you'd bawl me out if you found out I had sold it and it had fallen into the hands of a Philistine.
Rachel: That was very sweet of you. I guess now I'm going to have to buy it myself.
Ken: Oh, good. I'll up the price.
Rachel: [Laughs] You're heartless.
Ken: Only in business. I'm glad you're here.
Rachel: I'm glad to be here.
Ken: I should tell you that Iris was here earlier and she says --
Rachel: Oh, I don't -- I don't want to talk about Iris.
Ken: Ok by me.
Rachel: I don't want to talk about the family or Cory or Paulina.
Rachel: You know, this Araki really grows on you.
Ken: That's your third one, Rachel. Your lips are probably numb by now.
Rachel: [Laughs] No, my lips are fine. It's my tongue. I'm having a little trouble with my tongue. Amanda was right, you know?
Ken: Oh, yeah, about what?
Rachel: Well, she thought I should get out and have some fun. She was the one who sent me over here.
Ken: Amanda sent you over here?
Rachel: Mm-hmm. Isn't that just what I said?
Ken: Yeah, but I just -- it's amazing. I mean, I guess Amanda is loosening up a little bit.
Rachel: Mm. To loosening up.
Evan: Will you ever go back to Sam?
Amanda: After what he did?
Evan: Just answer my question. Because if you can go back to him, I will not let myself get involved with you.
Amanda: I understand that.
Evan: Will you go back to Sam?
Amanda: After what he did, no. No.
Evan: I'm gonna make you forget Sam Fowler ever even existed.
Evan: I want you to tell me -- tell me this is what you want. Tell me.
Amanda: This is what I want. This is what I want.
Donna: Marley, I don't want to have a scene.
Marley: I don't care. I want this out in the open.
Donna: That's what you keep saying. I don't know what you mean.
Marley: Don't play this innocent game with me. You have been after me about Jake.
Donna: I also know that it doesn't make any difference what I say, anyhow.
Marley: He has changed. Ada even says that he has changed.
Donna: Ada, the arbitrator of good taste and good judgment. Marley --
Marley: She said that you were good for him.
Donna: The only reason I supported that company is because he said he would stay away from you and Victoria.
Marley: I don't care why you did it. He has made a go of the company. He has kept it going even though you have left.
Donna: Fine, he's a brilliant entrepreneur. That doesn't mean that he's right for somebody as sensitive as you --
Marley: Jake is sensitive, too.
Donna: Oh, Marley.
Marley: He just didn't let you see that -- that part of him.
Donna: Well, of course he wouldn't let me see that.
Marley: Do you remember the night of the "Sophisticate" presentation when Michael told Jake that you were pulling out of the company? He had everyone convinced that he couldn't care less.
Donna: Except you?
Marley: I saw him at the loft afterwards, and he had tears on his face. That company changed his life. If he lost that, he -- do you have any idea how much you hurt him?
Donna: I do. Believe me, I do. And I also think that's what makes him so dangerous for you.
Donna: I used to think that I had Jake figured out. I don't. What I do know is that he's very confusing. He's very complex. He's intense. He's impossible to resist. And it's that power that he has that makes him so dangerous. What?
Marley: You did get to know Jake, didn't you?
Donna: I got to know him as well as I wanted to.
Marley: I love that he is dangerous.
Donna: [Sighs] Oh.
Marley: I have always loved that. From the minute I saw him on that motorcycle of his, I said that is what I want. And I still want that.
Donna: Marley, then why isn't he here? Why does he keep you waiting like this? Is that what you want? Don't you think you deserve to have somebody you can depend on?
Jake: I hope you still work, little bug. Damn it.
Paulina: [Gasps] What are you doing in here?
Jake: I -- I hope I didn't scare you.
Paulina: Well, you did. What are you doing up here?
Jake: Well, I left my boots up here. I -- I probably should have told you I was coming up here to get them.
Paulina: Oh. I -- I'm glad you're still here.
Paulina: What you said down there by the pool, that was really nice.
Jake: Well, I just don't want you to do anything that you don't want to do.
Paulina: I know that. You care.
Jake: Yes, I do.
Paulina: You know, the way I grew up, I -- I didn't learn a whole lot about love or self-respect and all that.
Jake: I'm sorry.
Paulina: No, I'm not trying to make you feel sorry for me. I -- I just want you to understand something.
Jake: And what's that?
Paulina: I've -- I've been with a lot of guys.
Jake: Look, Paulina --
Jake: No, you don't have to --
Paulina: Jake, it's all right. I just want you to -- I don't know. I -- I always seem to need somebody's arms around me. I was always trying to make a connection, feel close to people and I -- I never did. What I'm trying to say is that I don't do this anymore. But when you said what you did tonight and then you walked away, no guy has ever cared enough about me to do that. That's when I knew how much -- I want to make love with you.
Paulina: I know you could never hurt me, Jake.
Marley: Jamie, hi.
Donna: Hi. What brings you back here?
Jamie: I came back to see if grandma needs a ride home.
Marley: I'm afraid you're too late, she left.
Donna: And it's a good thing, because it's stifling in here. And I'm going to leave, because I think your father's probably finished with his call to Japan by now. And I'm going to meet him in his lovely, very cool office now that you're in good hands.
Donna: Bye-bye. Give my regards to Jake, and I do hope he shows up. Good-bye, Jamie.
Jamie: Good-bye, Donna. What was all that about?
Marley: Don't ask.
Jamie: Ok. Look, I have a confession to make.
Marley: About what?
Jamie: I lied about why I came here.
Marley: You did?
Jamie: Yes. I saw grandma at home and she told me that you were here waiting for Jake.
Marley: And you came to see if he stood me up.
Jamie: No, I just came to see if I could keep you company while you wait. That is, if I'm not intruding.
Marley: No, it's -- it's a very lovely gesture. I just don't see any point in waiting around any longer, actually. And it's -- it's much too hot in here.
Jamie: Jake working?
Marley: It wasn't a date or anything like that.
Marley: I just called, left a message and said that I thought my dinner would be over earlier than I expected it to be and asked him if he could meet me here if he -- he could. But obviously, he couldn't.
Jamie: I'm sure you'll work it out in the morning.
Marley: Of course we will.
Jamie: So I guess you're gonna go back to Vicky's and get a good night sleep.
Marley: Yes, that seems like the sensible thing to do.
Jamie: Absolutely. I mean, much more sensible than coming back to my place for a midnight swim in the pool.
Marley: That -- that wouldn't be sensible at all.
Jamie: Even if I'm a perfect gentleman? Come on. Moonlight, cool water, me -- over on the side of the pool of course, behaving myself. I promise. How much more sensible can you get?
Evan: You know what we have is not wrong. It's just that you happened to meet the wrong guy first.
Amanda: That's a pretty difficult thing for me to admit.
Evan: Yeah, I bet it is.
Amanda: I wanted Sam. I went after him. I was so ashamed when I got pregnant. I set out to prove to everybody -- to myself, to Sam, to my family -- we were going to have a good marriage.
Evan: Well, I think you did the best you could. You couldn't help it the way Sam was, and you couldn't help that you and I were meant to be together. You know we were. So now everything is going to be all right.
Amanda: Right now I have to get myself together and --
Amanda: Get this place together and go back to my work.
Evan: Ok, well, maybe I should stick around and help you.
Amanda: Do you really think that we would get anything done?
Evan and Amanda: Uh-uh.
Evan: I think what we started here is something really special.
Amanda: I think so, too.
Evan: So work fast.
Amanda: I'll try.
Evan: And I'll call you in the morning.
Evan: See you.
Rachel: You have a radio.
Ken: I do.
Rachel: What a great idea. That was my idea, remember?
Ken: I know you love music and I love music.
[Instrumental music playing]
Rachel: Do you listen to this?
Ken: Some of the time.
Rachel: Oh. Huh.
Rachel: Well, you know, it's strange, isn't it?
Ken: What is?
Rachel: Well, you can -- you can know about somebody and you can know them for quite some time, and -- and never know about all the music that they listen to.
Ken: It is strange.
Ken: I have never seen you like this before.
Rachel: Oh, I know. Well, ever since you've met me, I haven't been exactly what somebody would call lighthearted.
Ken: Mm, with good cause.
Rachel: I have a lot of responsibilities.
Ken: A lot.
Rachel: And you know what?
Rachel: Sometimes you just get sick of your responsibilities.
Ken: I understand.
Rachel: This is nice music.
Ken: Rachel, I don't think you want to do that.
Rachel: Oh, yes, I do.
Ken: Rachel, that's -- that's over 100 proof.
Rachel: I'm not the one who gets drunk, remember? Do you dance?
Rachel: What do you mean -- [Laughs] Two left feet?
Rachel: Not bad. You do dance. This is fun.
Ken: Rachel, are you all right?
Rachel: Yes, I'm just resting.
Marley: Well, this must be Vicky's, it -- it fits.
Jamie: It sure does.
Marley: Well, is it -- oh. Oh, it's wonderful.
Jamie: See, I had a good idea.
Marley: Yes, you did. Is the pool heated?
Jamie: No, not this time of the year.
Marley: Don't say it.
Jamie: What --
Marley: Jamie, don't --
Jamie: That this water must seem a little -- as warm as the ocean near Nice?
Marley: I knew you were gonna say it. I knew you were.
Jamie: I'm sorry.
Jamie: I think about that night a lot.
Marley: Me, too. I didn't even feel the temperature of the water that night.
Jamie: Neither did I.
Marley: I just felt free.
Jamie: I wasn't aware of anything else.
Jamie: No, I know. I won't let it slip again.
Jamie: But you know what?
Jamie: Even though I'm being a gentleman and even though I've promised that I won't pressure you in any way --
Jamie: I am very, very glad that Jake is such a busy guy.
Paulina: Jake, I need you. I need you so much.
Paulina: What was that?
Jake: [Whispering] We have to be quiet. Be very quiet.
[Knocking at door]
Ada: All right, already. I'm coming -- I'm coming. Hold your horses. Oh.
Ken: Oh, uh, hi. Sorry about the banging. We couldn't find her keys.
Ada: Rachel, what's the matter? Are you sick?
Ken: She's already taken care of that.
Rachel: Hi, Mom.
Ada: You're drunk.
Amanda: I didn't know if you were gonna be home, and well, then I heard the music.
Evan: Yeah? I can't believe you're here.
>> Abandon their defenses helpless to resistance
Amanda: I couldn't finish my work.
Amanda: I couldn't go home because I kept thinking about you --
Amanda: And us.
Evan: Me, too.
>> Slowly gently night unfurls its splendor
Amanda: I want to be with you tonight -- all night.
Rachel: I -- I have to call the office.
Ken: Well, why would you want to do that?
Rachel: Because Amanda is there and the annual report --
Ada: You're in no shape to do any report.
Ken: This is my fault.
Ada: How come it's your fault?
Rachel: Yes, how come?
Ken: Rachel came by the Odyssey tonight, and I got out this bottle of Ethiopian brandy.
Ken: It's really strong. She never should have had any more than one glass.
Rachel: Nobody tells me what I can have and what I can't have.
Ada: This is true.
Ken: I'll tell you what you're gonna have tomorrow is one peach of a hangover.
Ken: I don't get hangovers.
Ada: Until now.
Rachel: You should try this stuff, Mom. It's very strong when you first have it, but it's really quite good.
Ada: Well, I think I'll postpone the pleasure, thank you very much.
Rachel: I have to call Amanda.
Ada: Amanda will be fine, which is more than I can say for you.
Rachel: That kid. She told me -- she told me to go out and have a good time and I did.
Ken: I did, too.
Ada: And now it's time to go upstairs. Come on.
Ada: Get some sleep. Up we go.
Rachel: Thank you. I had a wonderful time tonight.
Ken: Me, too. Thank you.
Rachel: It would be good to go dancing again.
Ada: Ho, ho, ho. Come on, let's go upstairs now. Go
Ken: Good night.
O the l please, Ken, would you???
Ken: Good night. Come on, upstairs. Beddie-bye.
Rachel: You're a wonderful Mom.
Ada: Oh, I know, I know.
Rachel: Did you have a wonderful time tonight?
Ada: No, I didn't.
Rachel: Oh, I'm so sorry.
Ada: It's too late for that now, come on.
Rachel: I have to rest now.
Rachel: I wanted everybody to have such a nice time tonight. I wanted Amanda to have a nice time, and Matthew, and Iris could just have a nice time.
Marley: You, jerk!
Marley: Oh, well. It's -- it's late, Jamie.
Jamie: Yeah, I know.
Marley: Well, I better go, um, now. [Sighs]
Jamie: I'll make this up to you. I'll make this up to you.
Jamie: I hate to see you go.
Marley: I have to get a good night's sleep because there's a lot of things to do tomorrow.
Jamie: You want to get a get -- get together tomorrow night?
Marley: Being in the water makes you nervous, too -- yeah, I would. And I've got a big night planned with Jake.
Jamie: Yeah, let's hope he shows up to this one.
Marley: Do you know I have had it with you? I have had it with Donna. Jake is working very hard to get this business going.
Jamie: Yeah, well, why? Isn't he supposed to work at that, too?
Marley: He is in his own way.
Jamie: Yeah, his own way, right.
Marley: You know, I don't care what you think. I understand Jake, and I think he's a wonderful person.
Jamie: A wonderful person.
Jake: Right here.
Paulina: Mm, I thought you'd left.
Jake: Oh, I wouldn't do that.
Paulina: You're wonderful, Jake. You're a wonderful person.
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