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Another World Transcript Wednesday 8/9/06

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Jamie: What are you looking at?

Marley: Nothing.

Jamie: Marley, ignore her. Look at me.

Marley: I am.

Jamie: My eyes. Look into my eyes. I didn't mean to upset you before, but I had to tell you how I felt. I love you.

Ryan: I know what's going on here.

Vicky: What?

Ryan: Listen, if you want to make Jamie jealous, why don't you give him a real show?

Taylor: Beautiful night, isn't it?

John: Yeah, it's swell.

Taylor: What's wrong?

John: Sharlene wants a separation, that's what's wrong.

Taylor: Oh, I am so sorry.

John: Are you?

Taylor: Of course I am.

John: Sharlene never talked like this until she started to see you. What have you been doing to my wife?

Sharlene: You can't stay, Grant.

Grant: I was down at the docks, near the arcade. And it's a night I'll never forget.

Sharlene: Grant.

Grant: You jumped into the wishing fountain. I fell in love with you like that.

Sharlene: Don't talk like that, please.

Grant: Something's happened. You've been crying.

Sharlene: I want you to leave. Please.

Grant: Where's John?

Sharlene: None of your damn business.

Evan: That's a bad move, Sam.

Sam: Congratulations, Evan. Looks like all that dirty work paid off. You obviously got everything you wanted.

Evan: Yeah. And it's going to stay that way.

Sam: Amanda, the blessing of the family -- must have done an awful lot of sweet talking.

Evan: You through?

Sam: Enjoy it while you can because it's not going to last.

Evan: Are you threatening me?

Sam: No. No, no. No threat, Evan. I'm just going to show everyone for the liar, crook, and con man that you are.

Evan: Well, don't worry about that because I don't think anybody's going to believe you. Especially not Amanda, that's for sure.

Amanda: Evan, who are you talking to. Sam.

Evan: I don't know how he got in here, but if you want him out, just let me know.

Sam: Didn't take you long to run to Evan, did it?

Amanda: Where have you been?

Sam: Don't act like you care.

Amanda: Alli has missed you.

Sam: I missed her. I want to see her.

Amanda: You're gonna tell me that you haven't seen her?

Sam: I would like to spend some time with my daughter --

Evan: Amanda, do you want this guy out of here?

Sam: What? What are you going to do?

Amanda: Don't. No. Actually, I want to have a couple of minutes alone with Sam, ok? Why don't you go check on Alli for me?

Sam: I don't want him anywhere near my daughter.

Amanda: You have no more say around here.

Sam: No say?

Amanda: None.

Sam: Amanda, you can do whatever you want with Evan, but I don't want that scum anywhere near my daughter!

Amanda: You walked out on us. We haven't heard a word from you in months. You forfeited any right to make demands about Alli or anything else.

Matthew: This is great. This is important, you know? That something is happening here. I feel like -- I don't know -- I feel like I'm not doing anything with my life. I'm just going through the motions. What am I doing in school? I feel like I'm marking time. But I guess if I want that to change I have to do it myself, right? Right?

Olivia: Right.

Matthew: Right. Yeah. Didn't hear a word I said, did you?

Olivia: Oh, no -- no, I really did.

Matthew: It's ok. It was boring. Let's go dance.

Olivia: I have a better idea.

Matthew: What?

Olivia: Why don't we go back to your place? For a late swim.

Matthew: Ok. When you have a better idea, you really have a better idea, don't you?

Olivia: You bet.

Stacey: So at first I thought I was going to be claustrophobic in it, but then Reuben and I, you know, organized the place, and now it's like a regular type of office.

Cass: Well, I could probably steer some business your way to help with the bills.

Stacey: I appreciate that, but I'm actually doing pretty well on my own, thanks.

Cass: Yeah, well, great. But don't be bashful about letting me know when you need help.

Stacey: Yeah. Does he listen to you any better than he listens to me?

Frankie: We have our own special way of communicating.

Cass: Hey, we better get back to the party. Stacey's date, you know, the kidnapper? He's probably wondering where she is.

Stacey: He is not a kidnapper!

Cass: All right, ok. Watch the material. Ok. So he's a cop who's got a weird way of enforcing the law, ok?

Frankie: I happen to think Ryan is a very nice guy, Stacey.

Cass: As kidnappers go.

Frankie: Oh, shut up.

Stacey: Oh, like you never did a thing in your life?

Cass: Hey, what do I -- don't bring --

Vicky: How am I doing?

Ryan: Fine. But you're dancing like we're at a cotillion.

Vicky: If I knew what a cotillion was, I would probably be insulted.

Ryan: That's where they wear gloves on their hands and they pretend that they don't have any bodies from their neck down.

Vicky: I learned how to dance in a back alley at a Lassiter saloon.

Ryan: Well, then move like it.

Ryan: Yep, Jamie is definitely looking.

Vicky: Can we stop now?

Ryan: Oh, no. You wanted to give him a show? Let's give him a real eyeful.

Cass: Well, well, well. The kidnapper seems to have found another victim.

Jamie: What's wrong?

Vicky: Uh-oh, look.

Ryan: No, no, no. You wanted to dance. The music's just starting to get hot.

Jamie: Marley, wait.

Marley: Jamie, please don't.

Jamie: Why do you let Vicky get to you? She's doing everything she can to upset you. Don't you see that?

Marley: I can't believe you don't understand. She cares about you, Jamie. She's hurting.

Jamie: Look, if Vicky is hurting, it is not because of me.

Marley: Jamie --

Jamie: Look, she is a poor loser. That's what this is all about.

Marley: She can't lose. She won't let herself. She'll always be between us, Jamie.

Jamie: Marley, that is not true.

Marley: You have to let me go.

Jamie: No.

John: I thought Sharlene's therapy was to help her get back to our life and to our marriage.

Taylor: Sharlene's therapy was supposed to help her become Sharlene.

John: You have encouraged her to step out on her own and to become this new person.

Taylor: I don't encourage her or discourage her.

John: And first and foremost, get rid of me. I mean, what the hell does she need with me? I was in love with the old Sharlene.

Taylor: John, stop it.

John: How long has this been going on, Taylor? How long have the two of you been cooking up this separation idea?

Taylor: I didn't even know she was intending --

John: Oh, come on, Taylor. You've always been defending this integrated Sharlene.

Taylor: But why shouldn't I? How can she lead a normal life without that?

John: And what is normal according to you? That's the burning question. Does normal mean that she has to leave me?

Taylor: Look, maybe it's only temporary.

John: Temporary, right. You don't understand this either. Nobody seems to understand.

Taylor: John. John, I feel how much you hurt. But believe me, I -- I don't tell Sharlene what to do. I never would have suggested that.

John: I know, I know. I know, Taylor. I'm sorry. I really am. I had no business coming out here and talking to you this way. I just -- I'm looking for somebody to blame.

Taylor: I don't think Dr. Benson can be much help right now. But your friend Taylor has an extra beer in the fridge. Will you stay a while?

Grant: Sharlene, are you ok? I'm not leaving you like this.

Grant: Please, won't you tell me what happened? Where's John?

Sharlene: He's gone.

Grant: Gone?

Sharlene: We have separated for a little while.

Grant: I'm sorry.

Sharlene: It was my idea. It's only temporary.

Grant: Of course.

Sharlene: It's just that I have been so busy worrying about you and John that I haven't been able to take care of myself, to focus on me.

Grant: I understand.

Sharlene: You know, I -- I need to find out who I am, Grant. I need to be away from what's confusing me. And that includes you.

Grant: No.

Sharlene: Yes. I want you to leave.

Grant: I am not John, Sharlene. I can help you. If you'll just give me the chance, I can help you find out who you are.

Ryan: It's funny.

Vicky: What?

Ryan: After all that --

Vicky: Yeah?

Ryan: The old chemistry?

Vicky: Uh-huh.

Ryan: Just isn't there.

Vicky: The old chemistry.

Ryan: I'm really not attracted to you at all.

Vicky: Is that so?

Ryan: Yeah, I guess you're not my type.

Vicky: Your type?

Ryan: But now that we've got that out of the way, wanna dance?

Vicky: You put one hand on me and I will throw you into that water.

Ryan: I had to tell you, I didn't want to lead you on.

Man: Vicky. I caught the end of your dance.

Vicky: Terrific.

Man: Hardly. I don't appreciate a date that makes a public spectacle of herself.

Vicky: Really? You don't appreciate that? Appreciate this.

Jamie: Come here.

Vicky: No -- I don't --

Jamie: Hold it. Not until you tell me what the hell you thought you were doing.

Vicky: Uh, it's called dancing.

Jamie: Well, if the point was to upset Marley, you succeeded, Vicky.

Vicky: What is everyone getting so excited about? All I did was dance.

Stacey: Jamie, I saw Marley run out of here. Is she all right?

Jamie: No, she's not, Stacey. And I have to find her.

Jake: Look, Paulina. I'm sorry, too. I wish you could have stayed. No, I understand, you had -- you had to go back to the Corys'.

Jake: I miss you, too. Bye.

[Knock on door]

Marley: You're awake.

Jake: I guess your party's over.

Marley: It depends.

Jake: On what?

Marley: Whether or not you're going to ask me in.

Sam: When was the last time we were alone together?

Amanda: What?

Sam: The two of us, alone.

Amanda: The day you left, I guess.

Sam: Yeah.

Amanda: Why did you think of that?

Sam: I think of a lot of things.

Amanda: Yeah, so do I.

Sam: Amanda, I didn't come looking for a fight. I didn't come to make any trouble. I heard Alli was sick and I was worried.

Amanda: Yeah. Well, her fever is broken and she's sleeping well. So don't worry.

Sam: If you say so.

Amanda: You've been in Bay City for a while, haven't you?

Sam: Not for long, no.

Amanda: You were here last week. You saw Alli.

Sam: Yeah, I was here last week.

Amanda: Sneaking around behind everybody's back, maybe using a go-between?

Sam: I had my reasons for keeping my presence quiet.

Amanda: You have your reasons for everything, Sam. It doesn't excuse what you have done to us.

Sam: I'm going to prove Evan set me up.

Amanda: Don't even start that again. Not after what you've done, what you tried to do.

Sam: Amanda, I didn't do anything to you, and I'm going to prove that, too. I didn't try to hurt you anytime or anywhere.

Amanda: I want you to leave. Alli is fine. It's over.

Sam: It is not over for me. I am not going to live the rest of my life having people I used to call friends thinking I'm capable of murder. And I'm for damn sure not going to have my daughter think that.

Amanda: I don't want you anywhere near me.

Sam: Amanda, it doesn't matter what you believe. It doesn't make any difference one way or the other.

Amanda: No, I never made any difference to you. This has always been a story about Sam, hasn't it?

Sam: How can you say it is a story about me when you've got everything you want now?

Amanda: I don't. I don't have everything that I want. There's one thing that I don't have.

Sam: What?

Amanda: Divorce.

Amanda: I talked to Cass.

Sam: Fine. I've talked to a lawyer myself. You took Evan's word over mine. I don't want you any more than you want me.

Stacey: Oh, yeah.

Ryan: Do you mind if I have a last word with Vicky?

Stacey: Oh, by all means. Take two.

Ryan: Vicky.

Vicky: It is 1:00 in the morning. What do you mean there are no cabs left?

Ryan: Vicky.

Vicky: What?

Ryan: Over here, come on.

Vicky: No touchy.

Ryan: Ok, ok. All right. Listen, I just want to make sure you know what's what.

Vicky: What is what?

Ryan: The Marius thing.

Vicky: Oh, strictly back to business.

Ryan: You are not going to drop out of it, are you?

Vicky: Can't.

Ryan: You are one stubborn woman.

Vicky: Your date is waiting.

Ryan: Listen, I'm serious, Vicky.

Vicky: I'll call you when I find out something about Marius. I'm sure something will happen because I'm a party girl. And that's what everybody thinks, right?

Ryan: Do you have a ride home?

Vicky: Several. Just get back to your date and have a wonderful time, or is that a contradiction in terms?

Ryan: Ok. I'll call you tomorrow.

Vicky: I can hardly wait.

Jamie: Donna? Jamie Frame. Look, I'm sorry to disturb you this late. I need to talk to Marley. Has she come in yet?

Marley: Any leads on the break-in?

Jake: Well, the police say they'll do their best.

Marley: Well, did you tell them about --

Jake: What?

Marley: Forget it. No, never mind.

Jake: Marley, come on.

Marley: Paulina.

Jake: What?

Marley: Well, she hasn't been working for you very long. She's ambitious.

Jake: Paulina is not involved.

Marley: Why won't you consider it?

Jake: Can we talk about something else? How did the fundraiser go?

Marley: Fine. We raised a lot of money.

Jake: Everything went smoothly? Everybody had fun?

Marley: I didn't.

Jake: No? How come?

Marley: Just the evening didn't seem right without you there.

Jake: I'm sorry.

Marley: I wish you had been there.

Jake: You mad at me?

Marley: I'm -- I'm trying not to be. I know it wasn't your fault.

Jake: Still, I feel guilty that -- that I wasn't there.

Marley: Good.

Jake: Can I make it up to you?

Marley: I'll let you try.

Sharlene: You can't help me, Grant.

Grant: How do you know?

Sharlene: Please, just leave.

Grant: Sharlene, I don't know if you remember any of this, but you are the one who helped me realize who I am. I want to return that favor.

Sharlene: I don't even know what you are talking about.

Grant: Before you came along I had lost my complete identity. I had no passion for anything in my life. But that's all changed. I'm returning to my career for me because I know now that that's what I want.

Sharlene: And what -- what has that got to do with me?

Grant: Sharlene, if you let me, I can help you find what you want.

Sharlene: No. No.

Grant: But you are saying this because of John.

Sharlene: John

Grant: John loves Sharlene. John is threatened by Sharly. I am not threatened. Don't you understand? I cherish everything about you. Everything.

Sharlene: What are you saying?

Grant: I'm saying that I can help you in a way that John can't. And I want to so much. Will you let me, please?

Sharlene: I just -- I need time to think.

Grant: I understand. I'm glad that you listened to me.

Grant: Listen, if -- if you need anything, anything at all, please, would you call me?

[Phone rings]

Taylor: Hello?

Sharlene: Taylor, hi. It's Sharlene. I'm sorry to call so late.

Taylor: Sharlene, are you all right?

Sharlene: I need to see you first thing in the morning if I can. John and I have separated.

Frankie: I wonder what it is with Vicky and Jamie.

Cass: I thought we were talking about black-laced negligees.

Frankie: All that wild dancing was an obvious attempt to get Jamie's attention.

Cass: She got it.

Frankie: They're divorced.

Cass: Jamie was a real first love for Vicky.

Frankie: Yeah?

Cass: Well, at least that's what he said to me, and -- he's a good man. And he' s a very decent man. When he finally got to fall in love with her, she blew it. And it's just real hard to get him back---- that you let down all your defenses and become a better person then you've ever been before, it's -- it can be obsessive.

Frankie: Is that how you felt about Kathleen?

Cass: How did she get into this?

Frankie: I'm just asking.

Cass: Yeah, that's how I felt.

Frankie: Look, Cass, I didn't mean to put you on the spot, but I do want you to be able to talk about her.

Cass: That won't be --

Frankie: Difficult, yes. Well, but maybe it will be, but I -- I want to know about her.

Cass: Why?

Frankie: Because she was your wife. I -- I wonder about her all the time. I wonder if she was a better housekeeper than I am, if she was less grouchy in the morning. She was definitely prettier than I am.

Cass: Frankie, why are we talking about Kathleen?

Frankie: Because I'm happy. I'm happier than I've ever been in my life, and sometimes I wonder if -- if you can say the same thing.

Cass: I never thought I was going to find love again. You proved me wrong. I don't know what I did to deserve you. But now that I've got you, I'm never going to let you go.

Cass: Come on.

Vicky: I have called every cab company in this town. I'll have your job for this. Your head! Oh! What are you doing back here?

Ryan: After I dropped off Stacey I figured you'd have a hard time getting a cab. Even after the way you sweet-talked that dispatcher.

Vicky: Don't worry about me.

Ryan: Listen.

Vicky: Get your hands off me.

Ryan: Somebody has got to talk some sense into you, and I figure I am that body.

Marley: Sorry.

Jake: For what?

Marley: What I've been putting you through lately.

Jake: What are you talking about? You've been great, I've been the one.

Marley: I've been confused, and I'm sure it drove you crazy.

Jake: You know something? I can handle it. I don't have to.

Marley: I'm not confused anymore. Still bad at making the bed, I see.

Jake: [Laughs] I can make up for it in other ways.

[Knock on door]

[Knock] !

Taylor: Sharlene, are you all right?

Sharlene: Yeah, I'm a little shaky, but -- but I'm ok. It was my decision.

Taylor: It was?

Sharlene: Yeah, but John insisted on being the one to move out.

Taylor: I see. Look, I have an opening tomorrow at 2:00. Is that soon enough?

Sharlene: 2:00 -- yes, I'll be there.

Taylor: Listen, if -- if you need to talk during the night, you feel free to call me.

Sharlene: Ok. Ok, I will. Thanks a lot, Taylor. Bye.

John: How did she sound?

Taylor: Ok, under the circumstances.

John: Maybe I should go back over there and see how she is.

Taylor: You could.

John: But you don't think it's a good idea?

Taylor: It's up to you, John.

John: Oh, come on, Taylor. Will you stop being a shrink for five minutes?

Taylor: Ok. I think you should let her live with her decision. At least for a while.

John: I think you're right.

Taylor: And what about you? What are you going to do? Where are you going to go?

John: I've got a place.

Taylor: That's good.

John: I should go.

Taylor: John? I really do understand what you are going through. I'm so sorry.

John: Thanks.

Grant's voice: I can help you, Sharlene. John can't, but I can. I can help you.

Sam: So this is it? This is how it all ends?

Matthew: Well, yeah. It's a great band, but try getting tickets. Very difficult.

Olivia: Don't think I'm gonna be camping out in overnight ticket lines.

Matthew: Oh, we might just have to do --

Sam: Matt, Olivia. Hello.

Olivia: Sam, hi. It's -- it's good to see you again. It's been a long time.

Amanda: Oh, hours, at least.

Olivia: What?

Amanda: I'm not stupid, Olivia. I know you are the one that's been feeding Sam information. How else would he know that Alli was sick tonight?

Matthew: Olivia?

Olivia: What?

Matthew: Did you know Sam was in town?

Olivia: Yes, I did.

Matthew: You lied to me?

Evan: Well, I think we finally got Alli cooled down and she's finally asleep.

Sam: I'm going up to see her.

Amanda: No, you are not. I don't want her disturbed.

Sam: I want to look at her.

Amanda: If you wake her up --

Sam: I will not wake her.

Matthew: Amanda doesn't want you up there.

Sam: Don't do this, Matt.

Olivia: He has a right to see his own daughter.

Matthew: Hey, I want you out of here.

Sam: Go easy, Matt.

Matthew: Don't tell me what to do! You're a user and a liar, just like she is.

Sam: You want to pick a fight, you pick it with me.

Matthew: Anytime you're ready, Sam.

Amanda: All right, stop it. Everybody just stop it.

Sam: All right, look, I didn't come here for any trouble --

Evan: Good, then why don't you just leave?

Sam: Look, if you don't get out of my way, I'm going to go right through you.

Amanda: That's great Sam. Settle everything with violence.

Sam: Ok, ok. You win. Tonight. But I'll be back.

Sam: Olivia, do you need a ride?

Olivia: Yes, please.

Sam: Good. But get this straight. You are not keeping me away from my only child. I love Alli, and I will do whatever it takes to be with her. Let's go.

Jake: What the hell are you doing here?

Jamie: I need to talk to Marley. Is she here?

Jake: I don't think she wants to talk to you.

Jamie: Let her tell me that.

Marley: Jamie.

Jamie: Marley, I'd like to talk to you alone.

Marley: Not now.

Jamie: Please.

Marley: I came here to see Jake. It's where I want to be.

Jamie: But --

Jake: You heard her.

Marley: I'm sure whatever business we have to discuss, it can wait until tomorrow morning.

Jamie: Fine.

Jake: Let's see. Where were we?

Olivia: Can you come in?

Sam: No, I better not.

Olivia: Aunt Liz is probably asleep if that makes any difference.

Sam: Well, you know, I really should go.

Olivia: Ok. If you have to.

Sam: Thank you, Olivia.

Olivia: For what?

Sam: For standing up for me.

Olivia: Why wouldn't I?

Sam: I got you in trouble with Matt.

Olivia: I'll do whatever I can, Sam. Anything. I want your name cleared, and I want you to be able to see your little girl.

Sam: Why? Why do you care?

Olivia: Because I'm your friend. And besides, I can't wait to march in there and tell them all what Evan did. I'm sorry.

Sam: What?

Olivia: I shouldn't be going on like this.

Sam: No, no, no, it's ok.

Olivia: No, it's not ok. This is a nightmare for you and I'm not helping.

Sam: Yes, you are. You're understanding. I still don't understand why you do, but --

Olivia: Because you are the good guy in all of this, Sam, and I don't want you to forget it.

Sam: Bye-bye.

Ryan: Come on, where do you think you are going?

Vicky: Home.

Ryan: What, on foot?

Vicky: Yeah, that's right.

Ryan: Come on, Vicky. You can run away from me --

Vicky: Yeah, you're right.

Ryan: But you can't run away from your feelings. Really hurts you, doesn't it?

Vicky: Nothing hurts me.

Ryan: Come on. Your performance tonight here at the dance was a classic, from the moment you saw your ex dancing with your sister.

Vicky: Stuff it.

Ryan: You forget that I have a brother, too. A real high-profile type. Always has been.

Vicky: And you were always in his shadow, and he's your older brother, and you were always second best, right?

Ryan: It used to drive me crazy. You know, one night I was in college, it was an election night. The local hero, Grant Harrison was on television smiling away as he won his congressional seat in a landslide victory. All the buddies at the fraternity, they were -- you know, they were watching and drinking beer, and cheering, drinking beer. So I really wanted to get wrecked, which, of course, I did. And the more they talked about him being real presidential material, the more wrecked I got. They -- I wound up on a roof. Actually, I was hanging off a roof. I was hanging on to an eave just like Tarzan, yelling at the top of my lungs, "look at me, look at me." I really hated him that night. Because he was the big winner, and I was just a loser. And I thought to myself, if I just let go of my grip on that eave --

Vicky: The world would have been deprived of one of the biggest charmers.

Ryan: So I just wanted to show you.

Vicky: I know. I know, but you really don't understand that your situation has nothing to do with mine.

Ryan: Doesn't Jamie and Marley make you feel rotten inside?

Vicky: No. Because Jamie doesn't really want Marley. He just wants a substitute me.

Ryan: You're jealous. You don't love Jamie. You just want to make sure that your sister doesn't get him. No!

Ryan: Come on, my car's out back.

Vicky: You hurt me.

Ryan: Listen, the ride home is free. Forget about Jamie and Marley.

Jake: What's the matter? I wish he didn't come here.

Marley: No, it's -- it's not Jamie.

Jake: What is it?

Marley: I want to be with you. I really do.

Jake: You know what? You must be exhausted.

Marley: It's that obvious?

Jake: Well, it's been a hell of a day. I'm tired.

Jake: Hey. I love you.

Marley: I can just stay, and you can hold me.

Singer: You treated me kind sweet destiny carried me through desperation to the one that was waiting for me it took so long still I believed somehow the one that I needed would find me eventually I had a vision of love and it was all that you've given to me. Prayed through the nights felt so alone suffered from alienation carried the weight on my own had to be strong so I believed and now I know I've succeeded in finding

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