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Another World Transcript Friday 8/18/06
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Evan: Well, I'm glad you took the early flight.
Amanda: Well, I'm glad you picked me up at the airport.
Evan: And do you know why? Because I missed you.
Amanda: I missed you, too.
Evan: Now listen, I got the whole day planned for you.
Amanda: Oh, Evan, I can't.
Evan: Oh, wait a second, I know for a fact that you do not have to go to work until tomorrow.
Amanda: This isn't work.
Evan: No, what is it?
Amanda: I spoke to Sam last night.
Evan: Oh, did you? How did he know where you were?
Amanda: He didn't.
Evan: Oh, I see. So you called him.
Amanda: I had to.
Amanda: Because I can't avoid him forever.
Evan: Amanda, you are not going to see Sam.
Amanda: Yes, I am. I'm meeting with him later this morning.
Sam: Hey, come on in.
Olivia: I hope it's not too early.
Sam: No, no, I've been up sketching since four. Is there something wrong?
Olivia: Sam, I have been keeping something from you.
Lucas: Hi. I didn't know you were up.
Felicia: It looks like you are getting ready to leave, are you?
Felicia: You are going to leave, after what happened last night?
Lucas: Fanny, I shouldn't have come over here in the first place.
Felicia: Oh, Luke, come on.
Lucas: Fanny, listen to me. Marius or one of his thugs could come after me at any time. I don't want you within 10 miles of this mess.
Felicia: I don't want you to leave, not yet.
Lucas: I have to go.
Felicia: Where? Where are you going?
Lucas: I can't tell you that, Fanny. I can't see you anymore, Fanny, and that's why last night was so important to me.
Felicia: Luke, come on, please.
[Knock at door]
Ryan: Lucas! Lucas, open up, I know you are in there.
Jake: I'm glad you got --
Iris: Don't waste my time, Jake, you said this was important.
Jake: You look terrible, Iris. You've obviously been going through a rough time lately.
Iris: Thank you, Jake. Now, what is it?
Jake: I am going to tell you everything I know about Paulina Cantrell.
Felicia: What do we do?
[Knock at door]
Lucas: I know who it is, ok? Come on in, Ryan. If you wanted the whole city to know where I was staying, you may have succeeded.
Felicia: How did you know he was even here?
Ryan: I've had a tail on him since last night, just in case Marius tried anything. I'm sorry for barging in like this.
Lucas: What about Marius' hearing?
Ryan: I've been at the courthouse all night. I haven't gotten any sleep. The judge denied bail.
Lucas: Marius is still in jail?
Ryan: And will be for an awfully long time.
Felicia: Oh, Luke, that's wonderful.
Lucas: Are you sure about this? Are you absolutely sure?
Ryan: The federal attorneys used about 30 seconds of the tape that you handed over, the judge immediately denied bail and ordered Marius into restrictive custody.
Felicia: What does that mean, exactly?
Lucas: That means he cannot contact any other inmates.
Ryan: That means that Marius and friends are going to be spending an awful lot of time in jail. The district attorney finally has a case because of you.
Lucas: I don't believe it.
Ryan: It's over, Lucas.
Felicia: What about the house subcommittee?
Ryan: Well, my brother still has to be briefed and Lucas will have to go down to D.C. and make a final statement, but after what you've done -- congratulations.
Lucas: Thank you.
Ryan: I just wanted you to be the first to know.
Felicia: We appreciate you coming over to tell us.
Ryan: Forget it. It's the part of the job that I like the most. Listen, I'm sorry for scaring you two earlier.
Felicia: It's ok.
Ryan: Take care.
Lucas: Yeah, bye.
Lucas: I don't know what to do.
Felicia: What do you mean?
Lucas: I -- I'm in the clear, Fanny. It's all over, I'm completely free.
Iris: You're going to tell me everything?
Iris: You're going to give me all the proof I need that Paulina is a fraud, right?
Iris: Oh, Jake, I'm so fed up with your games. Let go of me.
Jake: I don't want to play any more games, Iris, don't you see?
Iris: Where did I find you? What black cloud was following me around the day --
Jake: I went to the South Side Adoption Agency just like you asked me to, Iris.
Iris: Yes, I know that, Jake, and you're keeping the information from me ever since.
Jake: Yes, I have. I lied, Iris, I didn't find out zip.
Jake: I was bluffing, I blew it. They didn't have any more information about Paulina than we already had.
Iris: You're still bluffing, Jake.
Jake: No, I'm telling you the truth. I lied about the proof, Iris. I needed the money. I needed the money. I thought if I didn't dig up anything, you wouldn't pay me, so I held out. I was hoping I would stall until you came up with a higher price, you know?
Iris: What kind of a fool do you think I am, Jake?
Jake: I don't think you are a fool, I respect you.
Iris: Oh, you respect me?
Jake: You're tougher than I thought, you play hardball, I have to respect that.
Iris: Why don't you clue me in as to what's really going on here?
Jake: Actually, I am embarrassed.
Iris: Well, why don't you just try to clue me in?
Jake: When you threatened me last week, I woke up.
Iris: [Sighs] Oh, Jake, I have had real things to worry about. This is the last thing I needed. I just wanted something to go right.
Jake: Heard anything from Lucas?
Jake: Not a word?
Iris: No. Oh, I just wish he was here. Even if we were fighting, at least I'd know he was safe.
Jake: Look like you've been crying.
Iris: I just -- I haven't slept, I -- it was something -- I don't know, bad dream.
Jake: Iris, if I would have known it was this serious, I -- why don't you let me help?
Iris: You're very good at this, aren't you?
Iris: You know how to reel in.
Iris: Mm-hmm. Us, us women, us damsels in distress.
Jake: Oh, Iris, I don't think of you as just any woman.
Iris: That's the nicest thing you've said to me, Jake, since I got here.
Jake: I just want to make sure --
Iris: Jake -- tell me, does Marley fall for this?
Jake: Why don't we leave Marley out of this?
Iris: Well, you know, you've got Paulina all wound up. I'm expecting her to have your name tattooed on her, um -- her arm any day now.
Jake: You don't understand.
Iris: What was the master plan when you called me over here, Jake?
Jake: I don't have a plan, Iris.
Iris: Did you just think that I'd get into bed with you and sign over the family jewels?
Jake: You think I want to get you in bed?
Iris: Well, isn't that how you get everything that you want, Jake? Huh?
Jake: Watch it.
Iris: You'd sleep with anyone if you thought there was a financial payout at the end of it.
Jake: You know, I'm sorry that you don't believe me.
Iris: Jake, I haven't believed anything you've said for weeks now, and I don't know what this new strategy of yours is, and quite frankly, I don't care. I don't need anyone to prove to me what I know is real.
Jake: You wouldn't know jack if I hadn't busted my butt and risked everything for this stupid job of yours.
Iris: Oh, please don't cry to me because your relationship with Marley is ruined. I didn't ask you to be unfaithful to her, Jake. I think that was your idea, wasn't it?
Jake: I took chances for you, Iris.
Iris: You did nothing! You took my money and you tried to outsmart me, two very costly errors and --
Jake: I risked the most important thing in my life for this.
Iris: Oh, Marley? Don't make me laugh. If you really love that woman, you wouldn't cheat on her for all the money in the world.
Jake: You know all about fidelity issues --
Iris: Yes, as a matter of fact, Jake, I do.
Jake: Bull, bull, Iris.
Iris: And as for your futile attempts to cross me and double-cross me, Jake, you'll pay.
Jake: Is that another threat?
Iris: This company will fold within the month.
Jake: Don't bet the ranch on it.
Iris: You've got nothing. This company was financed by crooked businessmen with very short tempers.
Jake: Get out of my face, Iris. I don't have the information you want.
Iris: Such a pity. You know, Jake, I could have given you the world, but you played it wrong. You got nothing. Without my money, you are nothing but a hood in hock.
Jake: Hock is the last thing I'll be in, I promise you that, Iris. [Chuckles]
Man: We are interested in making a contribution to your campaign, congressman.
Grant: Mm-hmm, with the understanding that the issues won't be forgotten as soon as the checks are cashed, huh?
Man: You've always understood that stipulation of support from us. It's always been --
Grant: Gentlemen, if you believe what I believe, then my vote is yours. Oh, excuse me one second.
Grant: Hi, what brings you here?
Sharlene: Uh, I'm here on a job interview.
Grant: Ah, yeah, that's great.
Sharlene: Well, I hope so. I'm not sure I'm really qualified to manage a place like this.
Grant: Don't you think you might be rushing things a little bit?
Sharlene: What, with the babe due? No, I think I'll be fine.
Grant: Yeah, that's good, good.
Sharlene: Those men are watching you.
Grant: What, the lobbyists? Well, um, listen, I'll ditch them if you'll have coffee with me.
Sharlene: They know who I am, don't they?
Grant: I don't care; do you?
Sharlene: Yes, of course I do. You should, too.
Grant: Well, I'm trying to prove a point.
Sharlene: What point are you trying to make?
Grant: That I am making my own decisions these days, that I don't have Ted and my father breathing down my neck, and that the issues are the most important part of my campaign.
Sharlene: Well, you know how to play all those political games, don't you?
Grant: Well, uh -- yes, I do, and that's part of the fun of it this time. Play it my way.
Sharlene: Felicia is expecting me. She has a very tight schedule.
Grant: Well, I haven't seen her yet, so until she gets here, why don't you -- why don't you have coffee with me?
Sharlene: Grant, I told you.
Grant: Well, it's a big day for me. I'm seeing your husband in a while.
Sharlene: About your treatment?
Grant: Mm-hmm, mm-hmm, to see if it's working or not. He's going to tell me if I'm going to live or die.
Sam: I've got to be over at Corys' in a half hour.
Olivia: To see Amanda?
Sam: Yeah, you knew that.
Olivia: I know, I know, it's -- well, you seem anxious to see her.
Sam: I'm anxious to see my daughter.
Olivia: But not Amanda?
Sam: No, Olivia, I'm not looking forward to the conversation I'm going to have with her about the divorce.
Olivia: Are you having second thoughts?
Sam: No, but that doesn't make it any easier.
Olivia: I'm sorry, I know.
Sam: No, it's me, I'm on edge. I've been up before since dawn. But I figured out a new way to prove that Evan set me up.
Sam: But I'm going to need Amanda's help.
Olivia: What makes you think she is going to do that for you now?
Sam: Oh, when Evan doesn't have her brainwashed, she sees things clearly. I mean, she's always been fair. It's just -- I don't know, if I can just get her to think a little harder and remember how good it used to -- I got to go.
Sam: Wait, did you want to tell me something before?
Olivia: No, no, it -- it can wait.
Sam: Are you sure, because you were really intense when you came in.
Olivia: I'm worried about you. That's all it was. I want to make sure that I do the right things to help you.
Sam: You do everything to help me.
Olivia: If Evan is there, please don't get in a fight.
Sam: Don't worry about it, I'll be fine.
Olivia: Well, he might try and provoke you.
Sam: You don't worry, because I know exactly where to hit Mr. Bates where it hurts. Even though I'd like to beat the life out of him, I know it isn't the right thing for me to do to get what I want, ok? He's got nothing on me, so don't worry.
Paulina: So you just got in this morning, huh?
Amanda: Yeah, Evan picked me up at the airport.
Paulina: Ada and Alli, too?
Amanda: No, I left Alli and grandma out with her Aunt Nancy for a little while.
Paulina: Oh, why?
Evan: To keep Sam away from her.
Amanda: I didn't want Alli here when we were planning the divorce.
Paulina: I see. So tell me about your trip. Did you have fun?
Evan: Paulina, didn't you take the day off to do something, like plan a party?
Paulina: You want me to leave, Evan --
Evan: Yes, I do. Why don't you go plan your party?
Paulina: It's good to have you back, Amanda.
Amanda: Thanks, Paulina.
Paulina: Excuse me.
Evan: So, what's the matter with you, I'm --
Amanda: That was rude. Why don't you want me to see Sam this morning?
Evan: I can't believe you would even ask me a question like that.
Evan: Have you forgotten what he tried to do to you, what he tried to do to us?
Amanda: Evan, nothing is going to happen. I mean, think about it -- the sooner I get this divorce out of the way, the sooner I'll be able to get on with my life.
Evan: Well, then let Cass handle it and you don't have to deal with this clown if you don't want to.
Amanda: That's totally unrealistic.
Evan: Is it? Why is it unrealistic? Tell me.
Amanda: Because he's the father of my child; he has rights.
Evan: Have you forgotten that this guy tried to wipe you off the face of the earth?
Amanda: I did feel threatened by him for a while, yes, but that -- I'm not sure anymore.
Evan: Ok, I'll tell you what I would like. I would like to take care of you for a little while.
Amanda: What are you talking about?
Evan: I'm talking about you coming to my apartment.
Amanda: Oh, Evan, I can't.
Evan: Yes, you can. Come on, we can spend a lot of time together, you'll be safe there.
Amanda: I'm safe here at my mother's house.
Evan: Well, I don't know about that. Ok, you want to know what's bothering me? Is that I've had this uneasy feeling about us ever since he's -- came back to town.
Amanda: If you think that I still have feelings for Sam, you are wrong. It's over, I know that. Nothing can happen that's going to change the way I feel.
Jamie: Betty, is there something you want to say?
Betty: You like Shakespeare, right?
Betty: Well, I have two tickets for "Othello" for tonight.
Jamie: Betty, that sounds great, but I'm going to have to take a rain check. But thank you for asking.
Betty: I kind of knew you would say no.
Jamie: Look, I'm busy tonight, that's all. I hope you understand.
Betty: I know, you're seeing Marley McKinnon.
Jamie: I'm not seeing anyone. I really am busy tonight.
Betty: Sure, maybe next time.
Jamie: Ryan, hi. Um, tell me when Vic -- when is Vicky coming back? Steven really misses her.
Ryan: What have you heard?
Jamie: Just that she had to go out of town for a few days and Michael really wouldn't say why, except it had something to do with a story she's writing.
Ryan: Well, she shouldn't be gone very long. So when she does get back, ask her to fill you in. It's -- it's some story.
Jamie: Ah, I bet. Are you waiting to see someone?
Jamie: Can I point you in any particular direction?
Ryan: No, I was hoping to run into my brother. His test results come in today and I want to be here.
Sharlene: I could postpone my interview and go to the hospital with you.
Grant: What about John?
Sharlene: Grant, you shouldn't be alone when you find out.
Grant: It's going to be good news, I know it is.
Sharlene: Me, too. You have been feeling better, right?
Grant: Yes, all the preliminary results were very optimistic.
Sharlene: Did John tell you that?
Grant: Yes, yes.
Sharlene: How is he?
Grant: Business-like, but completely fair.
Sharlene: You two can't even carry on a civilized conversation and now he has to tell you the test results that could -- I wish I could be there with you.
Grant: Well, you know that's impossible. No, John is very good about being very level with my illness, he always has been.
Sharlene: Would you call me, when you find out?
Grant: Yes, if you'd like.
Sharlene: I would like that. I -- just call me with the news, whatever the outcome.
Grant: Thank you.
Sharlene: Don't thank me. I -- you were there when I was sick and I would like to be able to do the same for you.
Grant: You've done more for me than I could ever possibly describe.
Grant: I love you.
Jake: [Chuckles] I thought you were going to take the day off.
Paulina: I needed to talk to you.
Jake: Talk, are you sure?
Paulina: About Marley.
Jake: What about Marley?
Paulina: I called the Hudsons' this morning, the maid told me that Marley left town. I hope you understand why I had to check up on your story.
Jake: I understand. I am sorry that you don't feel like you can trust me. But I suppose that's my fault.
Paulina: Jake, you got to admit things have been a little confusing around here lately.
Jake: They won't be for long, I promise.
Paulina: Are we still on for tonight?
Jake: I can't wait.
Paulina: Well, I, um -- I really do have to get going.
Paulina: I've got one more stop to make and then Rachel is expecting me back at the house.
Jake: You go on.
Jake: You are very good.
Paulina: I'll see you tonight.
Jake: And bring your check book.
Sam: Hilda told me to come in.
Amanda: We have some fresh coffee and juice if you want some.
Sam: No, I'm fine, thank you. So I guess you'll be supervising, huh, Evan?
Amanda: Evan asked me if he could --
Sam: Protect you? You must be feeling pretty sure of yourself now that you paid off your insurance stooge, have him hightailed out of town, huh?
Evan: Are you talking to me?
Amanda: Evan, you asked me if you could stay and you can, but just try not to interrupt, ok?
Evan: I didn't interrupt you. He's the one that walked in the room.
Amanda: Do you want to sit down?
Sam: I'd like to see Alli first.
Amanda: She's not here.
Sam: What, is she out with Ada already?
Amanda: She's with grandma in L.A.
Sam: What are you trying to pull, Amanda?
Amanda: I'm not trying to pull anything, Sam. I didn't want her here while we were arguing.
Sam: You cannot keep me from my daughter.
Amanda: We're here to discuss a divorce.
Sam: I'm not talking about a damn thing until I see Alli.
Amanda: Look, I wanted to get the ugly part of this out of the way so that Alli wouldn't have to see what this has done to both of us. I'm not trying to keep you from your daughter.
Sam: Oh, come on.
Amanda: Are we ever going to get anything accomplished today?
Sam: You know, I don't like this already because already you're making decisions about our daughter.
Amanda: Maybe you should just leave.
Sam: No, I don't think so. I would like to ask some questions to the staff first.
Amanda: Questions? What are you talking about?
Sam: Questions about your car.
Amanda: My car?
Sam: And the night the brakes failed.
Amanda: Oh, Sam, for crying out loud.
Sam: Like to see if anyone saw anything unusual that night. I know you think that I was the one that messed with your brakes.
Amanda: And what am I supposed to think?
Sam: I'm going to prove to you that it wasn't me. Now, you owe me that, Amanda. You owe me the chance to do that at least -- if nothing else, that.
Amanda: Fine, go ahead, try.
Felicia: How's your coffee?
Lucas: It's good, very good.
Felicia: I don't think we can pretend what happened last night didn't happen.
Lucas: No, I don't think we should.
Felicia: I think we should talk about it, and we'll go on from there, all right?
Lucas: I can't marry Iris. I want to be with you, Fanny.
Lucas: I know that I can't.
Felicia: I will never regret making love to you.
Lucas: Oh, I hope you never do. What about Mitch?
Felicia: Things with Mitch right now --
Lucas: I -- excuse me, I'm sorry, I really don't want to talk about Mitch. I love you, Fanny, I always have.
Felicia: I love you, too. I always have. But then, I'm sure you know that by now. But, Luke -- Luke, I love Mitch, too.
Iris: Oh, Felicia, I still haven't heard from Lucas. I'm absolutely at my -- Lucas, I've been so worried about you. Are you all right?
Lucas: Yes, I'm fine, I'm fine.
Iris: It's so good to hold you.
Felicia: Um, I have an appointment upstairs. Why don't I let you, uh, alone to talk.
Iris: Well, thank you. Well, how long have you been back?
Lucas: Marius got arrested last night.
Iris: He was? Well, that's wonderful, because of you?
Lucas: It's over, Iris. I mean, I have some business to conduct with the congressional committee, but after that I never have to think about this again.
Iris: Oh, I'm so glad. I really have been worried about you, darling.
Lucas: I know, Iris, I'm sorry.
Iris: Well, now we can finally get on with our plans, and maybe we can even set that wedding date.
Lucas: Iris, we have to talk.
Iris: Of course we do. Let's go home and talk all day in bed, huh?
Lucas: I want to talk here.
Iris: Don't be silly. I'll cancel all my appointments.
Lucas: I was almost killed yesterday, Iris.
Lucas: I've been doing a lot of thinking while I was gone.
Iris: Can we -- can we go home?
Felicia: Iris, you haven't even asked me why I'm here.
Iris: No, I haven't.
Lucas: I'm afraid what I'm going to tell you is going to hurt you.
Iris: Then don't tell me.
Lucas: I can't marry you, Iris.
Iris: Of course you can.
Lucas: I don't love you, Iris.
Iris: Don't be silly, that's not true. Why are you saying that?
Lucas: We've been pretending, both of us.
Iris: I haven't been pretending, I love you. You always said we were perfect for each other. You've always said that.
Lucas: Iris, I wasn't talking about love.
Iris: I was. Ah, it's Felicia. Felicia told you to do this, didn't she?
Lucas: No, no, Felicia didn't tell me to do anything.
Iris: When did you get back Lucas? When?
Iris: You've been here all this time?
Iris: You slept with her, didn't you?
Lucas: I don't want to talk about Felicia.
Iris: Answer me!
Lucas: Let me take you home, please.
Iris: Don't you touch me. Don't touch me.
Lucas: Please, Iris.
Iris: It's always been her, hasn't it? It was always Felicia.
Lucas: Listen, Iris, I -- I --
Iris: How long has this been going on? Since she got rid of Mitch?
Lucas: No, it's nothing like that.
Iris: What is it like, Lucas? What is it like to destroy everything that we had?
Lucas: We never had anything, |Iris. You know that. Now please let me take you home.
Iris: Just -- get out.
Lucas: Iris, I can't let you be here --
Iris: Just leave me alone.
Iris: Leave me alone!
Lucas: I'm sorry, Iris.
Iris: [Sobbing] Oh, no.
Felicia: No, Sharlene, I would love to have you work here again.
Sharlene: Really -- well, you know it won't be quite like the last time, Felicia, because I have -- I've changed a lot since then.
Felicia: Hey, what last time, huh? You look great.
Sharlene: Oh, do I? Yeah.
Felicia: Are you sure you want to go to work after this baby comes?
Sharlene: I think so. I think I do. I know I need to get back in the real world again. [Exhales] Is that an indefinite enough answer for you?
Felicia: Why don't we just cross that bridge when we come to it, ok?
Sharlene: Ok, yeah, thank you very much.
Felicia: What, you have somewhere else to go?
Sharlene: No, I'm sorry.
Felicia: No, it's all right. I'm sorry, too. I'm very preoccupied this morning.
Sharlene: I have a friend who is waiting to hear some news this morning and I'm worried for him.
Felicia: I see.
Sharlene: I want to help, but I don't know how or what to say, really.
Felicia: Well, I think if you just don't think about what it is you're feeling. If you just say what's in your heart, he'll know.
Sharlene: You're right. You're right, Felicia, I thank you for that. I have to go to him.
Felicia: I understand.
Sharlene: I'll -- I'll call you later.
Felicia: Good, whenever you can, ok?
Grant: Jamie? Jamie.
Jamie: Grant, I'm glad you're here. John's been delayed.
Grant: I thought the new tests were coming in.
Jamie: They have, but John's in emergency surgery. Look, we tried to call your office.
Grant: Well, I was out.
Jamie: Look, I know this is nerve-wracking for you.
Grant: Yes, nerve-wracking is right.
Jamie: But as soon as John gets out of O.R., he'll go over the results with you.
Grant: Why can't somebody else do it? What about you, why can't you do it?
Jamie: Grant, no one understands this case like John does. He was on the phone this morning with Hiver getting all the details. I'm sorry.
Grant: I'm just tired of feeling like I'm on death row, for crying out loud.
Jamie: I understand. I wish I could do more. Look, I'll try and find out when John will be free, ok?
Ryan: I hate it when you pace.
Ryan: How are you doing?
Grant: Well, a little impatient, but -- so what else is new?
Grant: What are you doing here?
Ryan: I figured you would need some company.
Grant: Oh, come on, Ryan. I know you better than that. I think maybe you just came out to check out the nurses, am I right or wrong?
Ryan: Yeah, never could put one over on you, Grant.
Grant: Thanks for coming. Thank you very much.
Sam: You remember the day the brakes went out on Amanda's car, don't you, Hilda? You didn't see anyone strange that day near the car all day?
Hilda: Only you, Mr. Fowler.
Sam: After you saw me, did you see anyone strange on the grounds?
Hilda: I really don't remember --
Sam: Someone you knew, someone who shouldn't have been there.
Amanda: That's enough.
Hilda: I'm sorry.
Amanda: Hilda, you can go now.
Sam: I thought you were going to give me a chance to show you --
Amanda: To show what? All you have done is bullied the staff, you haven't proven anything.
Sam: I could if you would give me a chance and let me do something.
Amanda: Evan, I would like a chance to speak to Sam alone, ok?
Evan: You sure?
Evan: Ok. Then I'll see you later.
Sam: That was disgusting. What, do you think I'm going to trash the library if I see you two salivating over each other?
Amanda: What do you want? Evan didn't press charges. He's not accusing you of anything, now why don't you just leave it alone?
Sam: If you think I'm going to spend the rest of my life having you and your family think I tried to kill you, you are dead wrong.
Amanda: Why can't you just stay away from us?
Sam: We have a daughter, Amanda.
Amanda: Yes, I'm aware of that.
Sam: And I'm not going to have her living in this house with people whispering about her father. I'm doing this for me and I'm doing it for Alli.
Amanda: Look, I don't want you and you don't want me, so why don't we just get on with it, all right?
Sam: I'm going to prove to you, Amanda, and I'm going to show you that everything you've been thinking is wrong.
Amanda: That's what this is all about. This isn't about you clearing your name for your sake or Alli's. This is about you trying to drum up a better story so you can show me up. And that's going to be my punishment for falling in love with Evan, right?
Sam: You think you are in love with him? Come on, Amanda. Spoiled, selfish children don't know how to love.
Amanda: Get out.
Sam: How are you going to handle it?
Amanda: Handle what?
Sam: Living with yourself when you see everything you've been thinking is wrong.
Amanda: Go home, Sam.
Sam: How are you going to look me in the eye when Alli is old enough to understand? Do you think she'll ever forgive you for not believing in me?
Sharlene: Oh, hello.
Woman: The congressman is out.
Sharlene: Yes, I know.
Woman: I haven't seen you here in a while, Sharly.
Sharlene: You know -- uh, I'm sorry. I know, I expected him to be back by now, so I'll just try him another time.
Woman: Oh, I'll let you in if you like.
Sharlene: Well, all right. Thank you, thank you very much.
Grant: So Lucas got all that on tape, huh?
Ryan: Yeah, you should have heard some of these things, Grant. It's like a prosecutor's dream come true.
Grant: I'm going to have to form a meeting of the subcommittee really soon. Who would have thought Lucas would come through with all this?
Ryan: No, I don't think he was doing it for the greater good, Grant.
Grant: Well, I'm sure he wasn't. At least Marius has been caught, he's arrested, and there's a case against him, a real case.
Ryan: Yeah. Should help out your campaign a lot.
Grant: If there is one.
Ryan: No, there will be.
Grant: Oh, yeah?
Jamie: John's in his office, he can see you.
Grant: Oh, thanks. Listen, I'm sorry I snapped at you this morning, all right?
Jamie: Forget it. Good luck to you.
Grant: Thank you. Ryan, you don't have to wait.
Ryan: No, I'm your brother. I'm not leaving.
Paulina: Jamie, hi.
Jamie: Paulina, what brings you here?
Paulina: Well, I just wanted to thank you.
Jamie: Thank me for what?
Paulina: For taking such an interest in what happens to me. I kind of feel like I have a big brother.
Jamie: I guess that I am.
Paulina: Well, I can't stay long , I just wanted you to know that it means a lot to me knowing that you were worried about me getting hurt.
Jamie: I thought you deserved to know the truth about Lake, Paulina.
Paulina: Well, that's the other reason I came by. There's something you should know, Jamie.
Jamie: What is it?
Paulina: Well, I spoke with Jake and he explained everything to me. It's perfectly natural for you to assume that he and Marley were getting back together, but I think you were mistaken.
Jamie: Oh, I was?
Jamie: Jake told you that I was wrong and you believe him?
Paulina: Well, I didn't at first, but after he told me hat Marley had done, yeah, I'm sure he's telling the truth.
Jamie: Well, good for you. You're very happy.
I don't have the slightest interest in any decisions Marley's made about Jake, ok?
Paulina: Even the fact that she's left town?
Sam: I thought you would have left by now.
Olivia: Well, I thought you might need some company after seeing Amanda.
Sam: Olivia, you would not believe it. Evan is playing her like a puppet and she doesn't even see it. He's got her thinking I'm some kind of maniac. I mean, she's actually afraid of me.
Olivia: What are you going to do?
Sam: I'm going to prove that Evan set me up, and then I'm going to rub it in their faces for the rest of my life.
Olivia: Does that include Amanda?
Sam: Well, I don't know if it includes Amanda or not. She's so brainwashed she doesn't know what to think. I actually think she's afraid of me; I'm afraid for her.
Sam: Evan. I think he's dangerous. What if he tries to hurt her, threaten her?
Olivia: Ok, ok, that -- I have to come clean with you.
Sam: What, what is it?
Olivia: Do you remember when I told you I was keeping something from you?
Olivia: Well, this is it.
Sam: What? Open-ended tickets to Madrid?
Olivia: You said you always wanted to see the Prado.
Olivia: From then, Sam, we will go on to the Louvre in Paris, then we'll hit London. Ah -- oh, you know what, Tuscany is absolutely beautiful this time of year, so is Florence. I know Europe like the back of my hand, Sam. I can show you everything and we can leave first thing in the morning.
Sam: You want to leave Bay City?
Olivia: With you, yes.
Sam: You're ready to leave your life for me?
Olivia: I know your dream was to study in Europe, Sam. I want you to have your dream. Amanda never did.
Sam: Olivia, I --
Olivia: Sam, let's do it. Let's live your dream, together.
Woman: This is one of our favorites, but it's --
Jake: Is it? That is the ring. I want this in a velvet box.
Jake: Put it in a box, we'll talk about money later. Hello, Evan.
Evan: Whoa, whoa, did you just buy that ring?
Evan: You got expensive taste, my man.
Jake: Well, what can I say? You in the market for a ring yourself?
Evan: Oh, no, no, no, no, no. I just want something a little small, like a "welcome home" gift for Amanda.
Jake: Mm-hmm, you two guys are getting pretty tight lately, are you?
Jake: I'm happy for you.
Evan: Are you?
Jake: Mm-hmm, yeah, I like Sam myself, but I do know what it's like to work for something that you want.
Evan: Yeah, especially when everything you work for starts to pay off. You like that feeling, don't you?
Jake: I sure do.
Jake: You can have everything you want.
Jamie: Marley's left town?
Paulina: She's been carrying around this torch for Jake for months now, thinking that he's coming back to her and --
Jamie: But he's not?
Jamie: Paulina, how did she come to that conclusion?
Paulina: Well, she didn't have to. Jake finally told her that it was over and she left town for good. See you later.
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