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Another World Transcript Tuesday 8/8/06

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Ryan: You're daydreaming again.

Grant: I guess I was.

Ryan: You know, something tells me that this party is going to be crawling with beautiful women.

Grant: Well, I hope you have a good time, Ryan.

Ryan: Well, I was hoping you might for a change.

Grant: I, I've got to make a phone call.

Ryan: Don't, Grant.

Grant: Don't what?

Ryan: Call Sharlene.

Grant: Why don't you mind your own business, Ryan?

Ryan: Fine. Torture yourself.

Sharlene: John, dinner's ready.

John: Look what I found outside.

Sharlene: Oh, they're beautiful.

John: For you.

Sharlene: Thank you. I'll put them in a drinking glass.

John: [Laughing] Right. It really smells good in here.

Sharlene: Good.

John: Here.

Sharlene: You want some salad?

John: Yeah, please.

Sharlene: Ok, pass me a bowl. There you go. Let me get you a tomato.

John: Thank you.

Sharlene: Well, I'm glad we decided not to go to the clinic benefit after all.

John: Me, too.

John: This is all I want.

[Phone rings]

John: Is this how it's going to be from now on? Is this how we're going to live, afraid to answer our own phone?

Vicky: Hi, guys.

All: Hi.

Donna: Hi, darling.

Vicky: Hi, may I speak with you for a moment, please?

Donna: Where's Josh? Where's Josh?

Vicky: Excuse me.

Cass: Who's Josh?

Michael: Donna got Victoria a date for this evening.

Cass: Oh.

Vicky: When I let you talk me into a blind date, I thought it was going to be somebody I could show off.

Donna: Darling, Josh Gallagher is one of the handsomest men in this town.

Vicky: Well, no one can tell. He's still in his limo.

Donna: A limo, see? What more do you want?

Vicky: Somebody who doesn't spend all of their time thinking about themselves.

Donna: You have to be seen with someone who is more socially prominent. Darling, his parents are from some of the oldest money in the states.

Vicky: Well, apparently our friend Josh is only interested in new money.

Donna: What do you mean?

Vicky: He's been on his phone since he picked me up. He's still there. He's closing some deal with Venezuela.

Donna: Well, that's exciting.

Vicky: That's boring. I expected someone fun, not a junior power broker.

Donna: Darling, you're being ridiculous. I'm sure he's going to be off the telephone at any moment.

Vicky: I think it's surgically attached to his chin.

Donna: I don't care what you say. I defy you to find anyone more handsome than he is --

Vicky: Couldn't land yourself a date, huh, officer?

Ryan: Where is your sister?

Donna: Victoria --

Ryan: She went off to Tahiti with your ex yet?

Donna: Excuse me.

Vicky: Pardon us. That comment is not even remotely funny.

Ryan: I'm glad I got you alone. I have to talk to you.

Vicky: Oh, would you like to insult me in, in private?

Ryan: Listen, it's about Marius.

Vicky: What about him?

Ryan: It's bad news.

Jamie: Talk to me, Marley.

Marley: I don't believe you.

Jamie: I'm telling you how I feel. I can't walk around pretending that I've let you go.

Marley: You never had me. I told you I was trying to start over with Jake.

Jamie: Look me in the eyes and tell me you want to spend the rest of your life with Jake McKinnon.

Marley: I don't want to play these stupid games. I know what I want.

Jamie: Like hell you do. Marley, I love you. And there is no way you could convince me that you don't love me, too.

Marley: I'm moving in with Jake because I love him. I am sorry that is so hard for you to accept.

Jamie: Did you hear what I just said to you?

Marley: Yes -- yes, I heard.

Jake: I love you, Marley.

Marley: And I love Jake. We're going to try and start things over again. I've made up my mind.

Jamie: Bull.

Marley: I don't need your judgments. I don't need your sarcasm. And I am not going to let you intimidate me anymore.

Jamie: You what?

Marley: I told you from the beginning what I want and what I feel.

Jamie: How can you settle for Jake?

Marley: I'm not settling.

Jamie: Where is he? He's never with you. Marley, he keeps you waiting. He makes up excuses and you're always alone.

Jamie: And now he's convinced you to move in with him, which means you will still be alone. But now you will be a built-in housekeeper.

Marley: Excuse me?

Jamie: Do you really think Jake is going to change because you leave a toothbrush inside his bathroom?

Marley: I resent what you're implying.

Jamie: I am not implying anything. I am simply stating the facts.

Marley: Well, I think you are way out of line. Are you deliberately trying to hurt me?

Jamie: Marley, I'm just trying to get you to admit what's going on.

Marley: If you can't let this go, then I'm going to have to reconsider spending every day here with you.

Jamie: Let go? I'm supposed to let go of loving you?

Marley: You never should have started.

Jamie: I gave you every chance to come to me. You made your choice, Marley. I just hope that you don't fall apart when you finally realize what you've gotten yourself into.

Marley: I know what I'm doing.

Jamie: Oh, I doubt it. I doubt it.

Marley: Jamie.

Donna: Oh, here you are. The couple everybody is raving about. The whole town is talking about how brilliant --

Jamie: Yeah, the whole town can just shut the hell up. Excuse me.

[Door slams]

Vicky: Well, don't keep me waiting. What about Marius?

Ryan: Shh, don't say his name.

Vicky: Why? You did.

Ryan: Your voice carries more.

Vicky: Excuse us. We're having a private discussion.

Stacey: Oh, I don't mind. Gee, you look terrific.

Ryan: Oh, so do you.

Stacey: Thanks.

Ryan: Listen, I'm sorry I couldn't pick you up at your home.

Stacey: Oh, no problem. I ended up working late at the office and I changed there.

Vicky: You, you two --

Ryan: Stacey's the date that you thought I couldn't get.

Vicky: You call that a victory? Stacey will date anything in pants, it's been so long.

Stacey: Oh Vicky, are you sure you're not talking about yourself?

Vicky: What do you know?

Stacey: Well, I'm not the one who's man-hunting in the personals, V.H.

Vicky: You told, you told --

Ryan: I didn't say a word.

Stacey: Well, everybody in town saw the ad. Cass even told me they posted it on the bulletin board in the men's locker-room down at the spa with a very lovely picture of you, I might add. I thought it was kind of funny.

Vicky: Oh, I'll bet you thought that was funny. Josh, honey.

Josh: I really don't care what Tom Beck did on the floor in New York today.

Vicky: Josh, honey, I need a drink.

Josh: Of course I'm available.

Ryan: Hi --

Stacey: Hello.

Stacey: Well, as you probably know by now, Vicky and I are not the closest of friends.

Ryan: Yeah, but I think the fun's just about to start.

Stacey: What do you mean by that?

Ryan: Your brother and his wife, they're making a beeline for us. Strap in your seat belts.

Stacey: Hello.

Cass: What do you think you're doing?

Ryan: This second or in the big picture?

Frankie: Are you two here together?

Stacey: Yeah.

Cass: First you kidnap my wife and now you're dating my sister?

Stacey: Oh, Cass, we're just friends. We're not dating.

Ryan: First of all, when I kidnapped Frankie, she wasn't your wife.

Cass: Oh, he's cute. You think you're cute, don't you?

Stacey: Cass, Cass, Cass, just listen to him for a second.

Cass: Listen to him? Stace, the guy does nothing but lie.

Ryan: Did you guys get my peace offering the other night, dinner for two?

Frankie: Yes, we did. Thank you, it was delicious. Stacey, this guy is trouble, no matter what he looks like.

Ryan: Hey, I resent that.

Stacey: Now, come on, can't we bury the old hatchet? He's here for good. He's a police officer, Cass. He's the brother of Congressman Harrison.

Cass: And he's a liar.

Ryan: Ok, ok, ok. You want the whole truth?

Cass: Hey, that might be a refreshing change of pace.

Ryan: Where should I start?

Frankie: How about the beginning?

Ryan: All right, you asked for it.

John: So, how was your afternoon out with Frankie?

Sharlene: Really good, we had a good time. It was a lot of fun.

John: Where did you go?

Sharlene: We went to this place called Sassy's.

John: Uh-huh.

Sharlene: It's under new management, saw a lot of familiar faces.

John: You saw people you know?

Sharlene: More like familiar people, that's all.

John: People from the Pelican?

Sharlene: We just talked, John.

Sharlene: I can't take -- take this anymore.

John: I'm sorry, what did you say?

Sharlene: I can't live like this. I'm ruining whatever was left between us.

Matt: Great dinner, Mom. That was really good.

Rachel: Well, you certainly ate enough of it.

Matt: Oh.

Olivia: Matthew can eat more than any other human being I've met.

Rachel: You've noticed that, have you?

Matt: Thank you very much.

Evan: Hey, how is Alli?

Amanda: Her temperature is still 103.

Rachel: When was the last time you gave her something to bring it down?

Amanda: An hour ago.

Rachel: It should have been working by now.

Olivia: Have you called a pediatrician?

Amanda: She's been on antibiotics all day. Evan, I'm sorry, I can't go to Jamie's benefit tonight --

Evan: Hey, hey, don't even worry about it. I'll stay with you, if you'd like.

Amanda: You don't mind?

Evan: No, not at all.

Matt: She has strep again, huh?

Amanda: Yeah, the doctor says that she's prone to it.

Rachel: Are you going to be all right?

Amanda: I have Evan. Yeah, we'll be fine.

Rachel: All right, well, I'll call you in a couple of hours to see how she is, all right?

Amanda: Ok, tell Jamie I love him.

Rachel: All right.

Amanda: I told Alli I'd be right back up, so --

Rachel: Yeah, go on up.

Evan: Why don't I come upstairs with you?

Amanda: Sure, come on.

Olivia: You're off?

Matt: Yeah.

Olivia: Ah, Matthew?

Matt: Yeah?

Olivia: Why don't you go down to the waterfront with your Mom?

Matt: Why?

Olivia: Oh, because I -- I just remembered that I have to do something for aunt Liz.

Matt: What, now?

Olivia: Yeah, I -- I'll meet you there.

Rachel: It's all right. Come on, let's go.

Rachel: We'll see you later, honey.

Olivia: All right.

Matt: What happened to Ken?

Rachel: Oh, he had an emergency about his dive or something. He's really trying to catch up to it.

Matt: Wonderful.

Donna: Darling, are you and Jamie getting along all right?

Marley: We just had a difference of opinion.

Donna: Well, obviously.

Michael: You know how it is with partners, Donna. I mean, they don't always agree. With you and Jake, you guys disagreed almost every day.

Donna: Where is Jake? Couldn't get away?

Marley: He was very busy.

Michael: Honey, come here for a second. Would you, would you mind going and mingling, maybe, with some of our guests?

Donna: Why?

Michael: Well, I think I'd just like to have a little talk with my daughter alone, please.

Donna: All right. See you in a minute, darling.

Michael: You want to tell me what's going on?

Marley: Nothing's going on.

Michael: Oh, I see, Marley --

Marley: No, it's just -- it's just that I've been working really hard to get this clinic together. And Jake and I are trying to squeeze in some time together --

Michael: And your sister threw you out.

Marley: No, she didn't throw me out. I walked out.

Michael: Really? Oh, I see, I see. So, nothing, nothing at all is wrong, right? Honey, come on. Hey, talk to me. It's me, come on.

Michael: Oh, baby, what's the matter?

Marley: How are two people supposed to work out their problems when they've just been through so much together and so much time has passed?

Michael: It's not working out with Jake, is it?

Marley: I don't know. I'm afraid it might not.

Michael: It doesn't fit into your plans?

Marley: I like order.

Michael: Yes, I, I've noticed. Believe me.

Marley: I like it, but I never seem to have it.

Michael: All right, if you were going to guess, what would you say is standing between you and Jake?

Marley: It's very complicated.

Michael: Ok, then why don't you let me ask you an important question. Is being with Jake what you want or is it what you think you should want?

Marley: Are you trying to throw me?

Michael: No, it's just that you have a failed marriage there. And I know how much you hate to feel like a failure. And even if you're not a failure, which you're not, I sense that you have some very real feelings going on for Jamie.

Marley: I care about Jake.

Michael: I know you do. But do you love him? Do you really love him?

Donna: Well, everybody's saying how much Jamie's done for this neighborhood. I, of course, told them it's because the two of you work so well together. Did I say something wrong?

Sharlene: John, what's happened to us?

John: A lot.

Sharlene: It's like we're not even married anymore, not in any way that matters. We're -- we're about to have a baby and we haven't made any plans about it. We don't act happy about it. We sleep in the same bed but we never make love. We eat dinner together and we can't look into each other's eyes. And every time the phone rings we both think it's Grant calling again.

John: We got a lot of problems to work out.

Sharlene: John, that's just it. See, we're not working on them. We are avoiding them. It's like we're, we're expecting everything to just go back to normal, and yet we haven't done a blessed thing to make that happen.

John: Look, I'm trying.

Sharlene: You are furious at me.

John: You're the one who's upset.

Sharlene: I'm trying to get us to talk, here.

John: You want to talk? All right, let's talk about Grant.

Sharlene: No, he is all we ever talk about. You and me, what about us?

John: Yeah, what about us?

Sharlene: I told you. I want to be with you.

John: I know what you've told me. And then I see what you do.

Sharlene: Stop it.

John: Do you love Grant?

Sharlene: No!

John: Then why can't you let him go?

Sharlene: If Sharly is a part of me and I have to make her that in order to survive, then I have to deal with her feelings for Grant. And I can't help that.

John: So, what are you telling me, Sharlene? You're telling me that I'm supposed to accept the fact that you love both of us, is that it?

Sharlene: No, no, but I need your patience. I need it. This is so hard for me.

John: It's been no day at the beach for me, either.

Sharlene: I know that.

John: Do you? Do you really know that? Do you know that it's not just you and me anymore, not in there when we're having dinner, not in our bed, never. It's you and me and Grant. If that's the way it is, then I guess that's the way it is. But I don't have to be a happy husband about it.

Sharlene: What do you want to do?

John: What do I want to do? I want you back, Sharlene.

Sharlene: But you can't have me without Sharly.

Sharlene: I can't do this anymore. I can't, I can't do it.

John: What do you mean?

Sharlene: I want to be alone.

John: What?

Sharlene: I won't live this way any more.

John: Sharlene, what are you saying to me?

John: Are you leaving me? Will you answer one question for me, please? Do you want this, or is it Sharly?

Sharlene: I don't want to ruin our marriage, John.

John: You think that splitting up is going to prevent that from happening?

Sharlene: I don't know what else to do.

John: Do you love me?

Sharlene: Yes.

John: And Grant?

Sharlene: I don't know.

John: Well, I -- I see. I see.

Sharlene: You know that everything we say to each other is measured. Every word is weighed. That's not what we used to be about.

John: How long have you wanted to say this to me?

Sharlene: I, I haven't.

John: You know, you told me that you couldn't get through this without me. You said you needed me.

Sharlene: I know that and I do, I do. But, but if needing you means destroying both of us, I won't do it. I won't, I can't do it.

John: This is it?

John: We just split up?

John: You don't have to go anywhere, Sharlene. I'll go and stay on the boat.

Sharlene: No, no.

John: This is your, your home.

Sharlene: This is our home.

John: No -- no. It's not.

Sharlene: John, wait just a minute, wait.

John: I'll come back tomorrow to pick up my clothes --

Sharlene: Just wait. Please wait.

John: I hope I can, Sharlene. I hope I have it in me to wait.

Frankie: But you kidnapped me.

Ryan: Ted ordered it to get rid of Sharlene. So, I had to go along with the plan if I was going to nail him. He had to implicate himself, which he did. So, the story has a happy ending, right?

Cass: Yeah, no thanks to you.

Ryan: Listen, if I wasn't in charge, there's no telling how far Ted would've gone.

Stacey: Cass, he's right.

Cass: No, he's not right, Stace. He could've tried to nail Ted some other way. He could've kept Sharlene and Frankie safe.

Ryan: You're right. I owe you.

Frankie: That's better.

Frankie: Felicia?

Cass: Oh my --

Man: She's back -- [Laughing] Here's Felicia.

Felicia: Amandla.

Frankie: Amandla.

Cass: Amandla to you, too.

Felicia: Hi, darling. How are you?

Stacey: Hello.

Felicia: Hi, who are you?

Ryan: Ryan Harrison.

Felicia: Harrison? Any relation to the congressman?

Ryan: He's my older brother.

Felicia: Really? Nice work, kid.

Stacey: When did you get back?

Felicia: This morning. And, my darling, this is a little extra wedding gift for you.

Frankie: Oh, little? Yes.

Cass: Well, just what I always wanted, Felicia. Thank you so much.

Frankie: Stop it. It's great.

Felicia: And for you, Frankie.

Frankie: Oh, Felicia. A boogonday feast day mask.

Felicia: How did you know that? Oh, never mind, dear. Well, the chief did say that this mask has spiritual powers and, of course, I had to think of her.

Frankie: The chief, yes, yes, it does. It really does.

Felicia: I knew she would love it.

Stacey: Magical.

Cass: It's so good to have you back.

Felicia: Yeah, I know.

Cass: I missed you.

Matt: Felicia, there you are.

Felicia: Hi, how are you?

Matt: Uh-oh, you've gone native.

Felicia: A little, yeah. Your father misses you like crazy.

Matt: Oh, that's great. How is he? I haven't talked to him in over a week.

Felicia: Oh he's, he's great. He's very happy, really. Oh, I am so glad to be home.

Cass: Something is up.

Grant: You look beautiful, Dr. Benson.

Taylor: Hello, congressman.

Grant: Great night for a party, isn't it?

Taylor: Mm, why aren't you joining the others?

Grant: Well, because I like it right here.

Taylor: Why is that?

Grant: My first night with Sharly, we came here.

Taylor: I see.

Grant: We were very happy that night.

Taylor: I have to go find some --

Grant: I fell in love with her that night.

Taylor: Why are you doing this?

Grant: Oh, just making conversation, I guess.

Taylor: I don't think so.

Grant: Why not? We both have a great concern for Sharlene.

Taylor: Congressman, I already told you Sharlene is my patient. Now, I have no intention of discussing her with you.

Taylor: Is that what you'd say to John?

Taylor: John's her husband. They're having a child together.

Grant: In case you haven't noticed, Dr. Benson, Sharlene has not pushed me out of her life, despite the interference of you and John. Now, what does that mean to you?

Taylor: Can I ask you something?

Grant: Yeah, what?

Taylor: How does it -- doesn't it bother you to know that you are endangering the relationship between two people who have waited a lifetime to find each other?

Grant: You mean John and Sharlene?

Taylor: Of course I do.

Grant: Look, I'm not destroying anybody's relationship. I'm just not interested in preserving any kind of an illusion. Enjoy the party.

Marley: Dr. Benson, hello.

Taylor: Hi, Marley, hi.

Marley: It's so good to see you.

Taylor: I'm glad to be here.

Marley: And how are you?

Taylor: I'm very well.

Reuben: Josie, you're staring.

Josie: He's alone, Reuben.

Reuben: So? What are you going to do about it?

Josie: No Olivia, he should've known that she would dump him.

Reuben: Oh, come off it.

Josie: What did I say?

Reuben: Do you ever think of anybody else beside yourself, ever?

Josie: Reuben.

Liz: Hello, Matthew, hello.

Matt: Aunt Liz, come here, give me a big hug, oh. Hey, is this great or what?

Liz: You know, I've always avoided this section of town and I shouldn't have. I saw the most wonderful bakery and there was a butcher making sausages, all sorts of --

Matt: You're great. It's great down here. You're right.

Liz: Oh, look at this party and all these couples. I guess it doesn't take June for young love to jump into bloom.

Matt: Yeah, I guess not.

Liz: But you know all about that, am I right?

Matt: Me?

Liz: Oh, don't pretend with me. I know all about it, dear.

Matt: I know you know everything. That's why I love you so much.

Liz: But there is one thing I don't know.

Matt: Who killed Laura Palmer?

Liz: Where is she?

Matt: Laura Palmer?

Liz: Oh, Olivia, you silly goose.

Matt: She's -- she's going to meet me here. She went out to run an errand for you.

Liz: I didn't ask Olivia to do anything for me.

Sam: Hey, come on in.

Olivia: Thanks.

Sam: What's wrong?

Olivia: Well I, I just had dinner over at the Cory's with Matthew.

Sam: And?

Olivia: And we were all going to go to a benefit together, but Amanda stayed home to -- to take care of Alli.

Sam: Alli's sick?

Olivia: Yes, she has a fever of 103 and it won't break, strep throat or something.

Sam: She's had that before. It makes her miserable. I'm going over there.

Olivia: No way. No, you can't. Evan is there.

Sam: I don't give a damn.

Olivia: Sam, I -- look, I wanted you to know. But if you go bursting into that place, Amanda is going to figure out what's going on. She's already suspicious of me and then I won't be able to --

Sam: I don't care. My daughter is sick and she needs me, not Evan Bates.

Olivia: No, don't do this, please, it -

Evan: So, how is she doing?

Amanda: She's a little better. Fever's still high, though. She's still uncomfortable.

Evan: Well, maybe she'll get some sleep now.

Amanda: I hope so. She's got to be tired from all the crying, the fever.

Evan: You know, we can stay here all night if you'd like.

Amanda: You sure you don't want to go to Jamie's benefit without me?

Evan: Yes.

Amanda: This can't be very much fun for you.

Evan: Well, I wouldn't really feel like being there because I'd be thinking about her all night.

Amanda: You care about Alli, don't you?

Evan: Yes, I do. It kind of makes me feel like the three of us could be a family. And that makes me feel kind of special and wonderful inside.

Jamie: The seed of an idea for this clinic was planted months ago for Marley and myself. But the message wasn't driven home until we happened to find out that there was no health facility in this part of town. Lives were being lost because all serious injuries could only be treated at Bay City General, clear on the other side of town. It is our hope that this clinic will serve the needs of this community. Marley and myself thank all of you for coming tonight. Please, enjoy yourselves and please contribute over and over again until it hurts and make this clinic thrive. Thank you.

Liz: Oh, Olivia, thank heavens you're all right.

Olivia: Well, sure, why wouldn't I be?

Liz: Oh, Matthew's been miserable waiting for you.

Olivia: Oh, aunt Liz, he is fine.

Liz: What errand did I send you on? What's that all about?

Olivia: Oh, look, there is Congressman Harrison. Why don't you go and talk to him about your recycling project?

Liz: Oh, thank you, dear. Yoo-hoo, Congressman! Congressman, can I have a moment of your time?

Matt: Hi, stranger.

Olivia: Hi, hi, hi. Has she been driving you crazy, aunt Liz?

Matt: Where did you go, Olivia?

Olivia: Oh, do you know what? I saw a perfect birthday gift for her this afternoon and I had to run downtown and put a deposit on it.

Matt: Oh, ok.

Olivia: She's been hinting things to you, hasn't she?

Matt: Oh, yes, she has.

Olivia: Um, she's got this crazy idea in her head that we are an item.

Matt: Yeah, well, I got that much.

Olivia: Can I ask you a favor?

Matt: What do you want me to do?

Olivia: Well, if she asks you if we're seeing each other, could you just say yes, ok?

Matt: Yeah, what if she asked me something intimate?

Olivia: Well, then we will just bump her off.

Matt: I can do that.

Olivia: Yeah right, oh, how about we go get something to drink, ok?

Matt: Ok, right this way, Madame.

Olivia: Thanks.

Photographer: Could you move a little closer, miss? Dr. Frame, maybe you could put your arm around her?

Jamie: Fine, fine.

Josh: Sure, I'll hold. I'm not doing anything.

Jamie: Thank you.

Rachel: I'm so proud of you. Your dream is coming true.

Jamie: I have very high hopes for this clinic. I'm very excited.

Rachel: And Marley?

Jamie: I don't want to talk about it.

Vicky: Meet me in the clinic.

Ryan: What about Mr. Wonderful with the extra appendage?

Vicky: Will you be able to handle Marius alone?

Ryan: Give me ten minutes.

Vicky: Excuse me.

Josh: Hold on, Miguel.

Vicky: Here.

Josh: What is it?

Vicky: Is, is this an important call?

Josh: What do you think?

[Phone rings]

Sharlene: Yes?

Grant: Sharlene, it's Grant.

Sharlene: Grant, please.

Grant: Look, I'm by the fountain. Remember, down by the old dock? All I can think about is you.

Sharlene: I remember.

Grant: You do?

Sharlene: And the fortuneteller.

Grant: Yes, you do remember.

Sharlene: I can't.

Grant: I know, I know that John is there. And I know you can't talk very well right now.

Sharlene: Please understand.

Grant: Oh, I do.

Sharlene: Good night.

Grant: Good night.

Grant: Hi.

Ryan: You're seeing her, aren't you?

Grant: Ryan, she's alone. She needs me.

Ryan: Are you sure of that?

Grant: She makes me feel alive, Ryan. Don't you remember that? I mean, when I'm with her I feel like I'm flying.

Ryan: Well, if you say so, Grant.

Grant: Why can't you be happy for me?

Ryan: You don't get it, do you? You can't take everything you want and not deal with those you hurt in the bargain.

Grant: What? What are you talking about?

Ryan: You compete for everything, Grant. You use your political power to get whatever you want, whenever you want it and you never look back.

Grant: Look, you're crazy.

Ryan: No, no, I'm right. You never look back because you can't face the reality, the bodies that you leave behind in your wake.

Grant: Since when did you become a dime-store shrink?

Ryan: And when are you going to grow up? Ok, so what happens if you do get Sharlene to leave her husband? Then what are you going to do? What are you going to do after that? What are you going to do after the thrill of the chase is gone?

Felicia: Those two are going to make it. They seem to share everything, their love, their spare time, even their work.

Rachel: They're very lucky.

Felicia: Yeah, not many of us have that.

Frankie: So, you've said your piece. So, the next time you run into Ryan, you don't have to bite his head off.

Cass: He spent our wedding night with you.

Frankie: He did not. We had one wedding night and we were very, very much alone. Weren't we?

Cass: Ok, ok, I'll make nice.

Frankie: Good. And besides which, he did have a point. If he hadn't been there, I might not have ever made it out of that barn. So, kiss me, you fool.

Cass: This one's for you, chief.

Ryan: So, I told you to be here ten minutes ago. Where have you been?

Vicky: Eating, this shindig had food. They just hid it from me. Don't worry, though, I ate enough for both of us.

Ryan: You said you can handle Marius alone. What does that mean?

Vicky: I can get more done without you.

Ryan: He's been asking questions about you.

Vicky: That's your bad news? Of course he's a powerful man. I'm a wealthy woman. He just wants to check me out.

Ryan: He's going to chew you up and spit you out if you're not careful.

Vicky: You know, you keep saying that, but I met the creep and he's just a hood.

Ryan: A hood? That hood runs the most powerful drug cartel in the country.

Vicky: Well then, I'll be doing my country a favor by nailing his hairpiece to the wall.

Ryan: Listen, before you start giving yourself the congressional medal of honor, Betsy Ross, I think it's time out for a little reality check.

Vicky: You know what? I agreed to work with you, but you don't cut me any slack. I told you last night I can handle him and I can do it without your help.

Ryan: Handle him? Handle him? Do you want to get that empty head of yours blown off? You have a child, Vicky.

Vicky: I don't need you to tell me that I have a child.

Ryan: Listen, if you cross this guy, your behind is not going to be the only one that's going to be on the line. I can promise you that.

Vicky: What do you mean?

Ryan: This guy will use anything that he can to get you to talk. It doesn't matter if you're a woman or if you're a little child. Get my drift?

Vicky: My son will not be involved. I will not allow it.

Ryan: So, what do you think you're going to do, just stamp your little foot, hold your breath until you turn blue in the face, and Marius is going to do whatever you say?

Vicky: Buzz off!

Ryan: You know, I know why he is after the nicer one.

Vicky: Huh?

Ryan: Your ex-husband, it's obvious why he's after her, because nobody can take more than 30 seconds of you at a stretch.

Vicky: You lousy son of a gun. I'm leaving.

Ryan: Hey, we're not finished.

Vicky: I am finished. Marius does not intimidate me. I am not an air-head. I will not endanger myself or my son. And you know what? I can do it better without you in my way.

Ryan: What if he pulls a gun?

Vicky: I'll handle it, that's what. Are you coming?

Jamie: You did a great job tonight, Marley. I couldn't have done it without you.

Marley: I did the easy part. Now, it's up to you and your staff to help the people here.

Jamie: Look, I'm sorry about what happened before.

Marley: Me, too. But nothing's changed.

Jamie: There's one thing I'd like to do and I hope you say yes.

Vicky: Hmm.

Jamie: Can we dance one dance without fighting?

Marley: I don't know. Can we?

Jamie: I'd like to try.

Amanda: Alli shouldn't be alone, you know?

Evan: Listen, your grandmother's up there. Keep an eye on her.

Amanda: You know, it means so much to me that you're here.

Evan: Every time I look at her, I see you.

Amanda: I think you're going to make a good father one day.

Evan: Whoa, well, maybe I would.

Amanda: What do you say? Can we go back up to Alli together?

Evan: Yeah. Come on.

John: Taylor.

Taylor: John.

John: You just got back, huh?

Taylor: Yes, how did you know that?

John: I came by earlier, you weren't here.

Taylor: Is something wrong?

John: I took a little detour to my boat and then here.

Taylor: John?

John: I need to talk to you, Taylor.

Taylor: Well, why don't you have a seat? John, what is it? What's wrong?

Sharlene: John?

Grant: It's Grant. I know what you said, but I couldn't stand the idea of you being alone.

Ryan: Do I have to gag you to get you to listen to me? Uh-oh.

Vicky: Can you dance?

Ryan: To this? Absolutely.

Vicky: Good, make it look like you mean it. I'll help you get Marius.

Ryan: You got yourself a deal.

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