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Another World Transcript Wednesday 7/26/06

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John: Dr. Peterson has the results of the C.V.S. Her secretary said that she would call us in a few minutes, tell us herself.

Sharlene: Boy, I hope the baby's ok.

John: Me, too.

Sharlene: Well, John, this will be a relief. As soon as we have the results for sure, then everything will be --

John: Everything's what, fine? Is that what you're going to say, everything is going to be fine?

Sharlene: John, if they can tell that the baby is yours --

John: How could you go to Grant Harrison and let him talk you into giving a key to you to his apartment?

Sharlene: You don't understand.

John: You're damn right, I don't understand. What else haven't you told me?

Sharlene: Nothing, because I was afraid that you'd be furious and -- and that it would upset you.

John: You went ahead and did it anyway.

Sharlene: Because I'm trying to get well. I'm trying to figure out what I did with him when I -- what Sharly and Grant did. I need your support.

John: Then stop lying to me.

Sharlene: I'm not lying, John.

John: You went to see Grant at the Old mill. You didn't bother to tell me about it. Am I supposed to understand that?

Sharlene: I didn't go to see him. He found me there.

John: Oh, I see. And he just forced the key into your hand, huh?

Sharlene: He did not force the key on me. He offered it to me and I took it, but not because I wanted to go to his suite.

John: Why do you need a key to his apartment anyway?

Sharlene: So that I could spend some time there. I'm trying to find out who I was when I was there. I'm trying to get better.

John: At what cost, Sharlene?

Sharlene: What?

John: Must we destroy our marriage in order for you to get well?

Rachel: I know you're not pleased, Iris. I know how you feel about Paulina.

Iris: Huh, you've disgraced my father's memories.

Rachel: I did what he asked me to do, Iris.

Iris: No, my father would never have welcomed a con artist without one ounce of proof to support their claim.

Rachel: I've made my decision.

Iris: Pity you had not waited.

Rachel: Waited for what, Iris?

Iris: For me to prove that Paulina is the little liar I know she is.

Rachel: And where were you going to get this proof?

Iris: I have someone working on it.

Rachel: I see. So why didn't you tell me this? Have you gotten anything significant out of this?

Iris: We will. I just hope it's not too late.

Rachel: It's already too late, Iris.

Paulina: I'm sorry, am I interrupting?

Iris: Yes, as a matter of fact.

Rachel: It's all right, Paulina. How was your walk?

Paulina: It was wonderful, thank you.

Iris: I can already see the dollar signs.

Paulina: Money has never been an issue for me, Iris.

Iris: Good. Because it will be a cold day in hell before you get your hands on any of this family's money.

Paulina: I am now part of this family.

Rachel: Paulina, there are certain conditions that have to be fulfilled.

Paulina: Conditions?

Iris: She was all ready to write out a check this afternoon.

Rachel: I made my decision today. It had nothing to do with money.

Jake: Hello, Wendy, this is Jake. Jake McKinnon. Is Iris there? I need to reach her. Then let me tell you something. You tell her I need to talk to her yesterday. You got it? Thank you. Yee! Oh, ho-ho, I dubbed thee, I -- a copy.

Paulina's voice: I know and I owe that all to you.

Ken's voice: Oh, forget it. I'm happy for you.

Paulina's voice: When I first read Maria's letter, you know, I -- I didn't know where to begin.

[Knock on door]

Jake: Yeah?

Marley: Jake, it's Marley. May I come in?

Jake: Only if you promise never to leave. You are going to get everything you want, starting right now. Come here.

Vicky: Hi, could you page Dr. Frame for me, please? Yes, you can. I do it all the time. Yeah, I'll hold. Candy striper. Oh, no mousse today.

Jamie: Dr. Frame.

Vicky: Hi.

Jamie: Who is this?

Vicky: It's Marley. I have to see you.

Marley: Boy, what are you so happy about anyway?

Jake: Things are just starting to fall in place.

Marley: How can you say that? Unless we're talking about two different things.

Jake: We're not.

Marley: Jake, we can't get through dinner without an interruption. We keep saying we're going to give each another chance, but we don't get any closer to --

Jake: What do you mean, we don't get any closer? What is wrong?

Marley: I know -- I know I wasn't really very nice when you came over and --

Jake: Who said that?

Marley: Vicky did.

Jake: Since when did you start listening to Vicky?

Marley: When she makes sense, I listen.

Jake: None of her business.

Marley: No, she had a good point.

Jake: What's the point?

Marley: Do you remember when we were here last night and -- and...

Jake: And?

Marley: Jake, we -- listen -- we were here last night.

Jake: Here.

Marley: And we couldn't quite come together because I was -- I was taking a step forward and we would take a step forward, yet then we would jump two steps --

Jake: We never did that.

Marley: Jake, there is a reason that we are not coming together, and we are not dealing with that reason.

Jake: I know how to deal with it.

Marley: How?

Jake: Marley, you think too much.

Marley: I do --

Jake: Me, too. I think too much, too. But you know what? We're going to quit thinking, and we're going to start being more -- we're going to start being more spontaneous.

Marley: Ok, how?

Jake: We're going to go shopping.

Marley: We're going to shop spontaneously together?

Jake: Last time we went shopping, we -- we haggled over the price of hamburgers. That's all we did.

Marley: I thought you liked that I was thrifty.

Jake: I hated that you were thrifty.

Marley: But you always told me that I was so cute when I carried around my little folder of coupons.

Jake: Honey --

Marley: Oh, don't "honey" me. I am dealing with the end of an illusion here.

Jake: All right, the place that we're going to go does not accept coupons.

Marley: Jake, you just bought a car. What else do you want?

Jake: Art.

Marley: Art who?

Jake: Artwork.

Marley: Artwork.

Jake: I am going to get something so ostentatiously enormous --

Marley: Oh, yippee.

Jake: Yet tasteful and trendy, and you're going to pick it out.

Marley: No, Jake. I think we should just get a couple of posters framed for that wall.

Jake: No, you don't understand. You don't understand -- I want something original. And I'm going to get something special for you.

Marley: No, please don't spend any money on me. Jake!

Jake: Iris and I just signed a contract.

Marley: You did?

Jake: I am loaded and I want to spend it all on you.

Marley: Jake.

Jake: Marley.

Marley: What?

Jake: You're right. We don't spend enough time together. So, I want to take you to Stafford Gallery because I know how much you love art.

Marley: Ok, ok, I'll go. But I'm not going to buy anything.

Jake: You'll see.

Marley: I was in a really rotten mood when I came over here.

Jake: Hmm, and now?

Marley: Oh, I love seeing you happy and I always have.

Rachel: It's going to be a long time before any financial settlement can be worked out for you, Paulina.

Paulina: Oh -- well, of course. I understand that.

Rachel: I mean there's no predicting how long it will take. There's a lot of red tape.

Iris: Until pigs fly.

Paulina: But you haven't changed your mind about what you said this morning.

Rachel: We just welcomed you into our family, Paulina.

Paulina: I know. I'm sorry.

Rachel: Once the attorneys have looked at all of the paperwork --

Iris: Hang on. Have you already started things in motion here?

Rachel: Yes, Cass and his people are taking the necessary steps.

Iris: What steps?

Rachel: Iris, first of all, the codicil has to be verified in probate court. It's going to be very difficult to divide Mac's estate.

Paulina: I understand.

Rachel: There are liquidations, stock transfers. It's a great deal of money, Paulina. While Mac was alive, he taught us the value of it. I will try to do the same thing while we're waiting.

Iris: I can't believe I'm hearing this.

[Phone rings]

Iris: I can't believe it's happening.

Rachel: Excuse me. Yes? Yes, Wendy -- yes, she's here. It's for you.

Iris: Hello, Wendy, I told you not to dist -- thank you. I have to make a call.

[Phone ringing]

Marley: Jake, are you going to get that?

Jake: Let it ring. Come on.

[Phone continues ringing]

Iris: If that machine picks up...

Paulina: Rachel, would it be all right if I started using the family name?

Rachel: Yes, of course.

Iris: I think I'm going to lose my lunch. Where are you, idiot? I should have known.

Ken: Well, it's nice to see you, too, Iris.

Iris: Well, you have a great nose for news, Mr. Jordan, don't you?

Rachel: That's enough, Iris.

Iris: Enough? Why, this man is like a bloodhound. As soon as there's anything about my father's estate or this little gold digger, well, he just pops up like magic.

Rachel: I invited him over here. Do you feel any better?

Iris: Rachel, I don't think anything would make me feel better right now.

Ken: I take it a decision's been reached.

Iris: Yes, and it's insane.

Jamie: Marley?

Vicky: [Softly] Yes?

Jamie: I can hardly hear you.

Vicky: [Clears throat] Is this better?

Jamie: Yes, yes, it's much better. Is something wrong?

Vicky: Everything's wrong.

Jamie: Look, hold on one second. I have to sign something.

Jamie: Ok, I'm back.

Vicky: May I see you later?

Jamie: Sure. Is this about the clinic?

Vicky: No.

Jamie: Then what's up?

Vicky: It's about us.

Jamie: Us?

Vicky: I need to know where we stand.

Jamie: Marley, you're losing me.

Vicky: I -- I need to understand the feelings between us.

Jamie: Where is this coming from? We decided that our relationship would be strictly business.

Vicky: I know.

Jamie: Unless you decided to change your mind.

Vicky: I'm confused.

Jamie: That makes two of us.

Vicky: Jamie, there -- there's been a lot of chaos in my life and we really need to talk. Can I see you?

Jamie: Look, I'm -- I'm still on duty and I'm waiting for a long-distance call about an organ donor.

Vicky: When will you be free?

Jamie: How about -- about half an hour?

Vicky: Half an hour should do it.

Jamie: What?

Vicky: Thank you, Jamie. This means a lot to me.

Jamie: It means a lot to me, too.

Vicky: How's the docks?

Jamie: That's great, sure. What cross street?

Vicky: Uh --

Jamie: Wait, how about where we had coffee the other day when we met the contractor at the clinic?

Vicky: Ok. Where was that again?

Jamie: Between Bay Fifth Street and Eighth Avenue.

Vicky: Ok. I'll see you in about an hour.

Jamie: Great. Oh, Marley --

Vicky: Yes?

Jamie: I'm glad you called.

Vicky: Me, too. Bye. I'll show both of them.

Sharlene: You mean everything to me. You don't know that anymore, do you?

John: We never used to keep secrets from one another.

Sharlene: You're so angry at Grant, I thought if -- if I could handle this on my own --

John: Why? Why would you think that?

Sharlene: Because, John, you've already done too much for me.

John: Sharlene, I love you. I thought we were in this together.

Sharlene: Yes, but, John, there are some things that I have to do on my own. For me, without Sharly --

John: Well, you are.

Sharlene: John, I don't ever want to need her again.

John: You haven't needed Sharly since Frankie's wedding.

Sharlene: I know that, but look how close I came to destroying myself. And hurting you and -- John, I can't ever let that happen again. Please just -- just let me get through this on my own, in my own way. I'm doing this because I love you so much. John, we're waiting to hear about our baby. Please don't turn away from me now.

Nurse: I don't believe it. Dr. Hudson's wife had a thing with Congressman Harrison.

Doctor: Sally.

Sally: No really, Paul. She's pregnant and she had a paternity test. Did you know that?

Jamie: What she had was a C.V.S. Any pregnant woman of her age would consider the same option.

Sally: Sure.

Jamie: I thought you knew better, Sally.

Sally: Dr. Frame, I wasn't --

Jamie: Look, I could have you fired for what you're saying.

Sally: Sorry.

Jamie: Sally, you have no right to talk that way about anyone associated with this hospital, either as a patient or as a staff member. Do you understand?

Sally: It won't happen again. It's not my fault she's pregnant.

Paul: She's not the only one talking, Jamie.

Jamie: I know. I've heard.

Paul: It's not going to be easy to stop these rumors for much longer. Don't make Sally the scapegoat.

Jamie: Look, I don't want John to hear any of this.

Paul: I'll do what I can.

Jamie: Thank you, Paul. Listen, could you cover for me for an hour? I've got to do something important.

Paul: Yeah, I guess.

Jamie: Look, I've already made the rounds, but I am expecting a phone call from the donor center.

Paul: If I take the call, I'll call your beeper.

Jamie: Great. I owe you one.

Paul: Yeah, I'll remember you said that.

Sharlene: Right. Yes, I do, I do. I understand. No, thank you very much. Bye. The baby is fine. No physical problems.

John: Thank God, thank God.

Sharlene: She asked me if I wanted to know the sex. I told her no. Was that ok?

John: Of course, it's ok.

John: And?

Sharlene: And the baby is ours, John. She said she could tell that, too. I knew it all along.

John: Yeah, I -- I did, too.

Sharlene: The baby is ok, John.

Sharlene: I want to buy things. I want to buy baby clothes and I want to buy a cradle. I want to --

John: Great. Great.

Sharlene: John, what? What?

John: Grant Harrison. What he has put us through.

Sharlene: John, you think he lied to me?

John: Think? Sharlene, I'm sure of it.

Sharlene: John, he told me we never made love the first time I asked him. Then when he found out that I was pregnant, he said he knew the baby was yours.

John: I think that everything Grant has ever told you is nothing more than a very well thought-out manipulation.

Sharlene: Why -- why would he want to lie to me? What would he gain?

John: You.

Sharlene: How?

John: Sharlene, he knows how vulnerable you are. He knows how unsure you are of the time that you spent together. He would do anything to split us up.

Sharlene: Well, that's not going to happen.

John: He wants you to leave me.

Sharlene: John, no. He is happy for us. I told you that. I don't want to fight about Grant Harrison. I don't want to do that. We -- we are going to have a baby -- a wonderful, healthy baby.

John: And I'm happy about that. You know that, don't you?

Sharlene: Do you know how many times I have dreamed of telling you that I'm carrying your child?

John: And now you have.

Sharlene: It's not supposed to be this way.

John: No. No, it's not.

Ken: What are you looking at me like that for, Iris? I thought we'd buried the hatchet.

Iris: Oh, I was just curious about what your attitude was about the new addition.

Ken: Oh, I'm very happy for you, Paulina.

Paulina: Thank you, Ken.

Iris: I just get that funny feeling that you've been pushing this.

Rachel: He didn't push it, Iris.

Ken: And even if I had, it wouldn't have done any good. This was Rachel's decision to make. And she's made it. Paulina, I know your mother would've been very happy for you.

Paulina: I think so, too.

Ken: Rachel, you must feel like the weight of the world is lifted off your shoulders.

Iris: Yes, and dropped on mine.

Rachel: I am sorry you feel that way, Iris.

Ken: Well, Paulina, I think we should help you celebrate.

Rachel: Yes, a special family dinner.

Paulina: Oh, that would be very nice.

Rachel: Would you like to join us, Iris?

Iris: Oh, I think before you get out the ticker-tape parade, I'll just toodle off. But it's not over yet, darlings.

Paulina: Well, I -- I think I'll go on up to my room if that's all right with you.

Rachel: Don't let Iris bother you.

Paulina: She doesn't.

Rachel: Good.

Rachel: Well, it's done. The last thing that Mac needed from me is done.

Jake: Whoa, what do you think of that one? Hmm? This is the one.

Marley: Oh, I can't imagine anybody not liking this one.

Jake: Caroline, wrap it up!

Marley: [Whispering] Hush. My goodness, please be serious.

Caroline: Did I hear a man calling -- hey.

Marley: Hi -- hi, Caroline.

Caroline: Nice to see you.

Marley: Oh, thank you. Jake is living out his life's fantasy today.

Jake: Yes, I am living out my life's fantasy. How much for this baby right here?

Caroline: This one?

Jake: Yeah.

Caroline: Well, the price is on the corner right here.

Marley: Jake -- I'll take care of him.

Jake: Uh, yes, you will take a check, right?

Marley: Jake.

Jake: I mean, it's good. You always know where to find me.

Caroline: Yes, I --

Marley: I know you are really busy, Caroline. We'll just be on our way. Jake.

Jake: I bet you didn't think you were going to make a sale like this today, did you?

Caroline: You're really serious about this, aren't you?

Jake: As a matter of fact, you can call Mrs. Fleischmann at Bay City National. She is my personal --

Marley: Jake, you don't just buy a painting in one day and say that you --

Jake: Look at this. Look at this. Now that would go-- it would be incredible on the far --

Marley: Oh, I can't imagine it.

Caroline: Have you come into an - inheritance or something?

Jake: What does that mean, the triangles and the -- the - slashes?

Caroline: Well, the -- the triangles and the slashes, they are not so important. What really is important, though, is the sense of freedom. And there is a sense of lack of intention. And then there's also instinct and energy and life and power.

Jake: So you mean that the -- the painting's got its own -- its own power?

Caroline: That's exactly what I mean.

Jake: You know what, I want to buy that one.

Marley: Holy smokes, Jake. Enough --

Jake: As long as you throw in the frame, gratis.

Marley: All right, you know what, honey? I know you are having a whole bunch of fun, but I don't think that you want to mortgage off your company for a wall hanging.

Jake: Oh, honey, I work for Iris Wheeler. Do you know what that means?

Caroline: Maybe I'll just leave you two to discuss it in the meantime.

Jake: Ok. I like that painting.

Marley: I think you've gone off the deep end.

Jake: You're never going to have to clip coupons again.

Marley: No?

Jake: Dip into your trust fund to pay the phone bill. You are going to have everything you want. Everything.

Marley: Jake?

Jake: Yes?

Marley: I don't care about money.

Jake: I care about money. Because with money comes power. And when you have power, no one will ever get the better of me again.

Marley: You're talking about Donna.

Jake: No, I'm not talking about Donna. I am talking about us.

Marley: Oh, honey, I know she pulled her support out of the company, but I really think you're going way too far here.

Jake: Honey, life is going to be very easy for you from now on out. Look at that statue.

Marley: Jake McKinnon.

Jake: I love you.

Jamie: Marley.

Vicky: Thank you for coming.

Jamie: What are you up to? I thought that you wanted to forget that it ever happened.

Vicky: I did. But Vicky thinks that I've changed since France.

Jamie: Changed -- changed how?

Vicky: Do you think I have?

Jamie: Marley, you know what that time meant to me. Always thought that it meant something else to you. But I guess it didnít.

Vicky: Well, maybe we should've been talking about it all along.

Jamie: About what happened?

Vicky: Yes.

Jamie: Marley, what are you trying to tell me?

Vicky: I think we should go over it all. Don't you?

Jamie: Go over it?

Vicky: Yes, so we can put what happened there in perspective. What happened to us in France, Jamie?

Ken: It must feel good to put the past to rest.

Rachel: I wish you felt the same way.

Ken: Me?

Rachel: Yes, you told me that you had so much anger against Mac when you came back here.

Ken: I left most of that behind when I talked to him in Maine.

Rachel: Still, helping me with Paulina must have brought it all out.

Ken: I suppose, but it's gone now. One thing I learned, Rachel, is that carrying a lot of anger and bitterness around never did anybody any good.

Rachel: I only had you to talk to about this.

Ken: Or argue with.

Rachel: Yes, but even when we disagreed, you -- I always felt you supported me. And you didn't -- you didn't tell me what to do. You wouldn't even give me your opinion unless I asked. And I appreciate that.

Ken: Rachel --

Rachel: I know you've tried to be straightforward about things that are very difficult for you.

Ken: All I ever wanted was to keep you from being hurt.

Rachel: You haven't hurt me. You've helped me. And I'm grateful for that.

Jake: There you go.

Marley: I think I'm going to pass out.

Caroline: Well, I'll just call my delivery man and you'll have the paintings tomorrow. And the other one will go to Vicky's place?

Jake: Caroline, it was a pleasure doing business with you.

Caroline: Mr. McKinnon, the pleasure was all mine. You, too, Marley. Congratulations.

Jake: You look pale.

Marley: I can't believe you did that.

Jake: It felt great, it felt great.

Marley: Jake, you did not have to buy that painting for me.

Jake: Come here.

Marley: Oh.

Jake: When you look at this painting... when you look at this painting, I don't want you to look at it and think about the price tag. I want you to look at this painting and think of me and you and how much fun we had buying it.

Marley: Oh, honey, I am not having fun. I am hyperventilating.

Jake: Money is never going to be a problem with us ever, ever again.

Marley: I don't think I can handle all this excitement.

Marley: Jake?

Jake: Yes?

Marley: I don't care about money.

Jake: I care about money. Because with money comes power. And when you have power, no one will ever get the better of me again.

Marley: You're talking about Donna.

Jake: No, I'm not talking about Donna. I am talking about us.

Marley: Oh, honey, I know she pulled her support out of the company, but I really think you're going way too far here.

Jake: Honey, life is going to be very easy for you from now on out. Look at that statue.

Marley: Jake McKinnon.

Jake: I love you. I love you.

Jamie: Marley.

Vicky: Thank you for coming.

Jamie: What are you up to?

Vicky: What do you mean?

Jamie: Marley, it's not like you to call me away from work. What's going on?

Vicky: I'd -- I talked to Vicky and she was very helpful.

Jamie: Vicky? Helpful?

Vicky: She has a good sense about this sort of thing.

Jamie: You told Vicky?

Vicky: Told her what?

Jamie: About us.

Vicky: What about us?

Vicky: Marley, has something happened?

Vicky: I -- I -- I don't want to rush into anything.

Jamie: I know.

Vicky: Especially after what happened to us in France.

Jamie: I understand.

Vicky: I mean, it -- it was a really special time.

Jamie: I still think about it. But I thought that you wanted to forget that it ever happened.

Vicky: I did. But Vicky thinks that I've changed since France.

Jamie: Changed -- changed how?

Vicky: Do you think I have?

Jamie: Marley, you know what that time meant to me. Always thought that it meant something else to you. But I guess it didnít.

Vicky: Well, maybe we should've been talking about it all along.

Jamie: About what happened?

Vicky: Yes.

Jamie: Marley, what are you trying to tell me?

Vicky: I think we should go over it all. Don't you?

Jamie: Go over it?

Vicky: Yes, so we can put what happened there in perspective. What happened to us in France, Jamie?

Ken: It must feel good to put the past to rest.

Rachel: I wish you felt the same way.

Ken: Me?

Rachel: Yes, you told me that you had so much anger against Mac when you came back here.

Ken: I left most of that behind when I talked to him in Maine.

Rachel: Still, helping me with Paulina must have brought it all out.

Ken: I suppose, but it's gone now. One thing I learned, Rachel, is that carrying a lot of anger and bitterness around never did anybody any good.

Rachel: I only had you to talk to about this.

Ken: Or argue with.

Rachel: Yes, but even when we disagreed, you -- I always felt you supported me. And you didn't -- you didn't tell me what to do. You wouldn't even give me your opinion unless I asked. And I appreciate that.

Ken: Rachel --

Rachel: I know you've tried to be straightforward about things that are very difficult for you.

Ken: All I ever wanted was to keep you from being hurt.

Rachel: You haven't hurt me. You've helped me. And I'm grateful for that.

Jake: There you go.

Marley: I think I'm going to pass out.

Caroline: Well, I'll just call my delivery man and you'll have the paintings tomorrow. And the other one will go to Vicky's place?

Jake: Caroline, it was a pleasure doing business with you.

Caroline: Mr. McKinnon, the pleasure was all mine. You, too, Marley. Congratulations.

Jake: You look pale.

Marley: I can't believe you did that.

Jake: It felt great, it felt great.

Marley: Jake, you did not have to buy that painting for me.

Jake: Come here.

Marley: Oh.

Jake: When you look at this painting... when you look at this painting, I don't want you to look at it and think about the price tag. I want you to look at this painting and think of me and you and how much fun we had buying it.

Marley: Oh, honey, I am not having fun. I am hyperventilating.

Jake: Money is never going to be a problem with us ever, ever again.

Marley: I don't think I can handle all this excitement.

Jake: I do. You look beautiful. You know that?

Marley: Kiss me.

Jake: Kiss you?

Caroline: Ahem.

Jake: Is there a problem?

Caroline: Oh no, there's just somebody outside who wants to see you, Jake.

Jake: Where? Outside?

Caroline: Yeah, I don't know. It's something about business.

Jake: Ok, I'll be right back.

Marley: Do you want me to go with you?

Jake: No, I can -- I can handle this all by myself.

Jake: What the hell are you doing on my motorcycle?

Sharlene: So what are you saying?

John: I feel cheated.

Sharlene: I know.

John: When we found out that you were pregnant, the first thing we talked about was whether the baby was mine or Grant's.

Sharlene: I always knew --

John: These past couple of weeks we've been waiting for tests, praying that everything was all right. We couldn't share that with each other.

Sharlene: I wanted to.

John: And now that we know that the baby is all right, that everything is ok and that it's mine, we're not even sharing that. This is a hell of a way to welcome a child into our lives.

Sharlene: We both have to work hard to make things right for us, for all of us, John.

John: Well, I am not sure that I can do that anymore.

Sharlene: Where are you going?

John: I have to get to work.

Sharlene: I'm happy, John. I'm happy I'm having your baby.

John: I'm happy, too.

Sharlene: Please try to forget about everything. Just try to do that and think about what this means to -- to us.

John: I'll call you later.

Sharlene: John.

Sally: Dr. Hudson?

John: Yeah, Sally?

Sally: Your secret's out.

Paul: Sally.

Sally: We're all really thrilled for you and your wife. Congratulations.

John: Thank you.

Sally: You must be so ecstatic.

Paul: Sally, that's enough.

Sally: Yes, doctor.

Paul: I think you should know, John. There's been a lot of talk among the staff. I'm afraid.

John: Because of my wife and Grant Harrison?

Paul: I just thought you should know. I know how hard it is to do your job right when you've got personal matters. I'll see you later.

John: Sharlene.

Sharlene: You don't look so good, doc.

John: I've been better.

Sharlene: Yeah, I know. That's why I followed you over here. One of the nurses congratulated me on the baby.

John: Yeah. Word's out.

Sharlene: You know, you haven't done this. It's a little early for kicks.

John: You feel different.

Sharlene: I know.

John: Sharlene, I'm sorry.

Sharlene: We're ok, you know that? We'd feel a lot better if Daddy would hold us.

Paulina: I know how to ride a bike, Jake.

Jake: What are you doing here? What if a cop stops you? You can't even -- you don't even have a license to drive this thing.

Paulina: Does this mean I don't get a kiss hello?

Jake: You just surprised me.

Paulina: Well, I have a bigger surprise. I'm a Cory.

Jake: Rachel came through, huh?

Paulina: All the way. I finally have the family I always wanted, my father's name.

Jake: Not to mention you're an heiress.

Paulina: All in all, it's been a pretty satisfying day.

Jake: Yeah, well, good for you, good for you.

Paulina: That's why I tracked you down. I had to see you.

Jake: Paulina, look, I am -- I am really kind of busy right now.

Paulina: Oh, Jake, I want to celebrate, come on.

Jake: I -- I canít. I got a couple of things I have to take care of.

Paulina: Marley's in there, isn't she?

Jake: Yes.

Paulina: And let me guess, you didn't tell her about us --

Jake: I am breaking it to her right now as we speak.

Paulina: You know, it's really sweet the way you care about her feelings so much.

Jake: I'm a sweet guy.

Paulina: My offer still stands.

Jake: What's your offer?

Paulina: Well, if you can't tell her, I will.

Jake: No, Paulina. No.

Paulina: No, I'm not going to take no for an answer, ok?

Jake: Hey, listen, just give me five minutes and I'll tell her and I'll be right back out, ok?

Paulina: I still didn't get that kiss.

Jake: That's a kiss. See you.

Marley: Jake, I've been thinking. With all the money you spent on these paintings, don't you want to buy something else? Like a house?

Jake: Actually, I do want to buy a house with you. Look, there's a messenger outside. If I don't handle it, I'll have a crisis for Iris in the next hour.

Marley: Iris found out that you were here? How?

Jake: I mentioned it to her this morning. Do you mind?

Marley: No, getting used to it.

Jake: Hey, it's almost over.

Marley: What is?

Jake: In the next couple of days, I will not owe my time to anyone but you. I love you. Bye.

Jamie: You want me to tell you what happened?

Vicky: Yes. I mean, I want to know what it meant to you.

Jamie: Marley, how come you didn't want to hear this when you came back from France?

Vicky: A girl can change her mind, right?

Jamie: You know what that time meant to me.

Vicky: Mm-hmm.

Jamie: Especially that night in Nice, at the inn.

Vicky: The inn?

Jamie: The inn, yes. You remember, don't you? I'll never forget. But you said that you had to try and fix your life for Jake.

Vicky: I did. But I -- I guess I wasn't admitting what I truly felt.

Jamie: Marley.

Vicky: Jamie, what exactly happened for you that night at the inn in -- in France?

Jamie: You showed me that I could feel things that I thought I could never feel again.

Vicky: What things exactly?

Jamie: You made me find a new place in my heart to --

Vicky: To?

Jamie: To care on a much deeper level than I have ever cared before.

Vicky: How much deeper, exactly?

Iris: Well, that's what I'm paying you for, Darryl. You're my attorney and I'm paying you to find a loophole. Of course there's one. Now, why don't you just go home and memorize that will and find a gap? Or if you can't find one, pretend -- no, Darryl, I'm not exactly asking you to lie. I just want you to stall Rachel and Cass Winthrop until I can prove that that -- that Paulina Cantrell is lying through her teeth. Oh, come on, Darryl. Be a good boy. I am sure you can do it. Stall. Bye.

Iris: Where are you, Jake?

Jake: Move over.

Paulina: I didn't crash on the way over here, you know.

Jake: No one drives the bike except me. All right? I'll have to hide my keys.

Paulina: I'll find them.

Jake: I'm sure you will.

[Motorcycle revving]

Caroline: So I guess Jake went off with her?

Marley: I'm sorry?

Caroline: The girl who's working with him.

Marley: Paulina?

Caroline: That's the one. She arrived in a motorcycle and she asked me to come and get him for her.

Marley: I see.

Caroline: Yeah, and she also said not to tell him who it was. But I guess he explained all that. Here's Jake's receipt. Congratulations.

Vicky: When exactly did this deeper feeling start for you?

Jamie: On the beach that night.

Vicky: Right.

Jamie: And then the pool. Oh, the pool.

Vicky: The pool.

Jamie: But then I think it was at the inn when I realized so much.

Vicky: Jamie?

Jamie: Yes?

Vicky: This -- this sounds an awful lot like --

Jamie: Like what, Marley?

Vicky: Are you saying -- I mean, is this how -- did we actually -- are you in love with me?

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