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Another World Transcript Tuesday 8/22/06
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Paulina: No, I like it.
Rachel: Something, you know, like that, off your face.
Paulina: No --
Rachel: With dangly earrings
Paulina: I'm just not used to --
Rachel: Actually I have the perfect pair that you could borrow. We could try them now if you want.
Paulina: Really? You don't mind?
Rachel: No, let's go up and put them on.
Paulina: Oh, Rachael, look at the time. I told Jake I'd meet him in 20 minutes. I got to go.
Rachel: Oh, Paulina, if he does ask you to marry him --
Paulina: It has to be the reason he asked me out for dinner tonight.
Rachel: What are you going to say?
Paulina: I'll just say what I feel. See you.
Jake: Listen, man, as soon as I make this deal, I'll be flush. And as soon as I'm flush, your company will be the first one I -- first one I pay off, all right?
Man: You've put me in an awkward position.
Jake: How's that?
Man: I'll have to convince you to give us our money.
Jake: Oh, come on, I'll get your money for you, all right?
Man: It's nothing I'll enjoy doing, believe me.
Jake: Then why do it? Why waste your time? You know what I'm saying? I mean, if I'm hurt, then I'm not going to be any good to this very beautiful, very rich lady -- get my picture? And if I'm not any good to her, she's not going to write me a check, and then nobody gets anything.
Man: Except you get hurt.
Jake: Now I ask you, does that make any sense? Of course it doesn't, especially when all I need is one more day.
Sharlene: I have to leave, Grant.
Sharlene: I'll give you a note to give to Felicia through the maitre d' if you don't mind. I've got --
Grant: Because of John?
Sharlene: Yes, of course because of John.
Ryan: Listen, can I say something, please? Listen, I think you've missed the point here. That is, after all, the man who saved your life, so don't you think the appropriate thing would be is to invite him over to our little celebration?
Grant: I know that, Ryan.
Michael: Would you calm down? Just take it easy, man. It's all right.
Donna: Relax, people are starting to stare.
Donna: Now, we don't want to have a scene here.
John: Sharlene said that she needed some time alone, so I leave to give her some space -- look who she brings.
Donna: Shh, shh, he's coming over.
Grant: Well, since we're all here for the same purpose, don't you think we could all do this together?
Olivia: Don't you ever, ever lump me together with you.
Evan: Were you just in there spying on Sam and Amanda?
Olivia: Drop dead.
Evan: How'd they look, Olivia? Cozy?
Olivia: Get your hands off me, Evan.
Evan: Nice and cozy?
Olivia: You're such a jerk.
Sam: I keep trying to remember what day, what week things started to go wrong. Was it that I didn't pay enough attention to you?
Sam: Did I pay too much attention to you? Did you need more time?
Amanda: Sam, don't.
Sam: Was it something physical? Did you lose attraction for me?
Amanda: Stop, please.
Sam: What was it, Amanda, that made you go to Evan?
Amanda: Sam, there's no point to this. It's only going to make it harder for both of us.
Sam: You're right, it's better to keep it strictly business.
Evan: Yeah, I agree.
Sam: What the hell are you doing here?
Evan: Amanda, we have a date, or did you forget?
Amanda: I didn't realize it was so late.
Evan: So where is Cass?
Amanda: He got held up.
Evan: Did he? So you ready to go? You're finished here, aren't you?
Amanda: Yeah, I guess so.
Sam: What the hell, Bates? Do you think you can just barge in here? This is my place. You are never welcome here, do you understand that?
Evan: No, I think what I need to know I already do. You're a dangerous man, Sam.
Sam: Why don't you just get out?
Evan: Last time I came over here you tried to kill your own wife.
Sam: You're a liar.
Evan: But I'm never going to give you that opportunity again. Come on, Amanda --
Sam: You're the dangerous one, Bates, and I will prove it!
Amanda: Sam, do you want me to give this list to Cass?
Sam: Sure, I'll have my lawyer call your lawyer, then we'll never have to see each other in person again, ok?
Olivia: Oh, Aunt Liz!
Liz: I've been looking all over for you. I knew I'd find you back here with Sam Fowler.
Olivia: You scared me half to death.
Liz: You were supposed to follow me home.
Olivia: Why, so you could yell and complain and tell me what a rotten person I am?
Liz: I do not yell.
Olivia: Oh, maybe shriek is a better word.
Liz: If your father knew how rude you are to me --
Olivia: Oh, here we go.
Liz: He would fly home from Europe and put you right over his knee.
Olivia: Nobody puts me over their knee, Aunt Liz. And nobody tells me what to do. Least of all, you. I am a grown woman.
Liz: Grown women don't lie or steal.
Olivia: I am so sick of your accusations.
Liz: You pawned the star sapphire necklace.
Olivia: That's right, I had every right to pawn it. It was mine.
Liz: No, not until your 21st birthday -- until then it was entrust to me.
Olivia: Well, then you should have kept your eye on it.
Liz: I was too busy keeping my eye on you and your morals.
Olivia: What are you talking about?
Liz: You follow Sam Fowler around like a hussy. You're getting a reputation, Olivia, as a loose woman.
Olivia: Oh, please, I wish.
Liz: You don't care, do you?
Olivia: No, I don't care, nor do I care about that stupid necklace, my precious family heritage, what you think, or what my darling father thinks.
Liz: I'm going to call Russ the moment I get home.
Olivia: Go ahead. He won't care, he never has. The only thing that he cares about is his career and his bank account.
Liz: Olivia, you're talking about your father.
Olivia: So what? Do you think I need his approval? Mm-mm, I don't want anything from him anymore. I don't need a Daddy. Do you know what I need, Aunt Liz? A man. And I am going to get one.
Felicia: How long do you think they've been in there?
Frankie: Uh, 11 minutes.
Felicia: Well, that's good, don't you think?
Frankie: Yeah, that's very good.
Felicia: Judges are busy people -- they wouldn't spend time on cases they weren't interested in, right?
Frankie: Right, and Cass has known this judge for a long time. He said that maybe he can make a few phone calls down to Washington, see how Lucas is doing, maybe even pull a few strings.
Felicia: So then they get along all right?
Frankie: They've had a couple of run-ins in court.
Felicia: Oh, God. Let's just hope Cass makes nice.
Frankie: Cass is going to do his very best, you know that.
Felicia: I know, I know. God bless him really, and you, too, for being able to forgive Luke the way you have.
Frankie: Well, he was only partially responsible for my kidnapping.
Felicia: I know, but I do appreciate it. Well?
Cass: Ok, let's go.
Felicia: What -- what did he say? What happened in there?
Cass: What do you think he said?
Felicia: Come on, Cass, don't kid with me, what did he say?
Cass: He said that as per my request, he had talked to the committee members in Washington.
Felicia: That's it?
Cass: No, that's not it.
Felicia: Cass, if you don't tell me, I swear I'm going to stick you in the heart with something.
Cass: Well, word has it that all of the charges against Lucas will probably be dropped.
Felicia: Oh, you're kidding. Honey, thank you.
Cass: You're welcome.
Felicia: Then it's over, really?
Cass: All but for the shouting.
Felicia: Why are you two so good to me, huh?
Cass and Frankie: Because we love you.
Felicia: Oh! Luke and I can't thank you enough -- I mean it.
Cass: I did this for you, I didn't do it for Lucas.
Felicia: You know, Cass, about a month ago, right after the kidnapping, I told Luke that he was out of my life forever.
Cass: Well, why didn't you stick to that?
Felicia: Because he wouldn't let me. He just wouldn't accept it, so he went to that cartel to try and destroy it, to end this whole mess, to make everybody, me and everybody else understand that he really is a decent guy. He risked his life to do that, honey.
Cass: I hate to be a naysayer, but what other choice did he have?
Felicia: Oh, Cass, I don't expect you to understand Luke the way I do, but it would be so nice if you could let him start over again, if everybody in this town would just do that.
Cass: You seem to have a lot at stake here, Felicia.
Felicia: I just think that everybody deserves a second chance, even Luke.
Cass: Yeah, a second chance at what?
Felicia: Why don't I buy the two of you the best dinner Tops has to offer?
Frankie: In other words, don't ask too many questions, Cass.
Cass: You cannot buy my silence with a good meal, Felicia.
Felicia: How about a nice leg of lamb and then you can stuff it?
Frankie and Cass: Ooh!
Grant: No, this is fine, this is really just fine.
John: I tried to call you earlier to give you the news.
Sharlene: Listen, I'm sorry I wasn't there. I was concerned about Grant, so I -- I went to see what happened.
Ryan: I almost had to hijack Sharlene in order to get her to come along with our celebration here.
John: Is that so?
Donna: We're very proud of John.
Sharlene: So am I.
Grant: Ok, everybody, a table is all set up, and the champagne is on ice. Come on.
Ryan: Great, then that means all we have to do is start celebrating.
Donna: Yeah, we've ordered some hors d'oeuvres. Now everybody come and sit down.
Ryan: I'll have the waiter reroute in this table.
Grant: Sharlene, here, why don't you sit right here.
Michael: Come on, buddy.
John: I can't do this, Michael.
Michael: No, no, no, you're not leaving.
John: Mike, if I stay here, I'm going to punch him right in the mouth.
Michael: Yeah and play right into his hands. Every time this happens you do that, man, and you wind up looking like a jerk, and he winds up looking like a saint. Tonight that is not going to happen.
Paulina: So, do you love it?
Rachel: Oh, it's great.
Paulina: I love it, too. Do you think the hem should be just a little bit shorter though?
Rachel: I think it's perfect. Is it comfortable?
Paulina: Yeah, it feels like it was made for me.
Rachel: It looks like it was, too.
Paulina: Oh, Rachel, thank you so much.
Rachel: You don't have to thank me.
Paulina: No, not just for the clothes, just for making such a big fuss over me. It's been really great.
Paulina: I also wanted you to know, because I don't want you to worry, I'm not about to go rush into anything.
Rachel: With Jake?
Paulina: Mm-hmm. I think I want to just enjoy being a Cory for awhile.
Rachel: I hope you don't feel that I was trying to tell you something --
Paulina: Oh, no, no, I know you weren't.
Rachel: It's just that you have to be careful now.
Paulina: What do you mean?
Rachel: Well, one of the down sides of being wealthy is having to examine peoples' motives.
Paulina: You mean men's motives?
Rachel: Everyone's motives.
Paulina: Yeah, well, I never had that problem before, but it makes sense.
Paulina: No wonder you took so long getting to know Ken.
Paulina: Is that why?
Rachel: Partly, yes.
Paulina: But he passed the test, didn't he? And Jake will pass the test, too.
Man: I understand. You got one week. No money then, you're dead.
Jake: Very wise decision, sir, very wise. You know what? I am not the kind of guy that reneges on my bets. I'll look forward to seeing you in a week. Like you left.
Jake: [Sighs] Visions. Hey, Marley. Where are you?
Donna: Ryan, I had no idea you and Grant were brothers. You're so different.
Ryan: Well, actually my brother's the different one, I'm the more normal one.
Donna: And you don't have any interest in politics at all?
Ryan: Well, only when my brother's involved.
Donna: Thank you. You must be very proud of him.
Ryan: Well, I always have been.
Donna: Aren't you going to help him with his campaign at least?
Ryan: Well, I figure I'd pound on a few doors if he needs me to, but the way I figure it, Grant is going to be re-elected to the congress by a landslide.
Grant: I tell you, you sound just like Dad.
Ryan: Uh-uh, Dad would be talking about the presidency.
Grant: Yeah, well -- anyway, we're not here to talk about politics, we are here for a very different reason. If everybody would raise their glasses, I would like to propose a toast. I know that John doesn't want to be thanked, but I'm going to thank him anyway. To Dr. John Hudson, his toughness, his anger, his just plain old ordinariness -- all those things that made him not give up on a man's life.
Ryan: To John Hudson.
Donna: To John Hudson.
Cass: So I put it out and they squirted it and it proved the point.
Frankie: Hold it.
Cass and Felicia: What?
Frankie: Am I right in what I'm seeing?
Cass: What are you seeing?
Frankie: John and Sharlene.
Felicia: And Grant.
Cass: And Ryan.
Frankie: Something's up.
Felicia: Yeah, they don't look too friendly, do they?
Frankie: Let's find out what's going on.
Felicia: Yeah, let's go say hello. Hi, everybody.
Grant: Hi, how are you?
Cass: Hi, Sharlene.
Frankie: What's going on, Sharlene?
Sharlene: Ah --
Grant: We're celebrating. John saved my life.
Grant: Well, he helped save my life, so we're here celebrating.
Felicia: Oh, I think that's wonderful news, Grant.
Ryan: Would you like to join us?
Felicia: No, I --
Donna: Yes, we've got plenty of room here, I can squeeze over.
Felicia: No, Donna, really. In fact, I need to talk to Sharlene for a minute.
Cass: Well, I'm going to find somebody and get a couple of chairs. We'll join you.
Frankie: Good, I'll go with you.
Felicia: Listen, I'm glad you're here, it saves me a call. I just wanted you to know that you got the job if you want it.
Sharlene: Oh --
John: What -- what job?
Felicia: Well, Sharlene and I talked earlier about her coming here as assistant manager.
Sharlene: You hate the idea, don't you?
John: I hate the fact that you didn't bother to tell me.
Grant: Hey, I think that's a great idea.
Olivia: Finally, where have you been?
Olivia: It took you forever.
Sam: Well, I didn't expect you to come back.
Olivia: I didn't expect me to come back either. I didn't think I'd ever be able to look you in the face again after my Aunt Liz made such a fool of herself.
Sam: Don't worry about Aunt Liz, I'm used to her.
Olivia: You know what, I will never be used to her. She is the most infuriating, insensitive, insulting -- she gets worse as she gets older, I swear she does. I mean you would think that she would mellow out a little bit in her old age, but no, no, no, not my Aunt Liz.
Sam: Well, she was right about one thing, you have to admit.
Olivia: I know. I know, I should never have pawned that necklace to buy us tickets to Europe.
Sam: Non-refundable tickets no less.
Olivia: So what? Tell me something, isn't it more important to try and do something nice for someone than to be cheap and sensible and save all your money so that you can die rich?
Sam: Could you repeat that one for me, one more time?
Olivia: I don't give a damn about the necklace anyway.
Sam: You don't -- well, I guess I've wasted my time then.
Olivia: What are you talking about?
Sam: Well, if you don't want it for yourself, I guess I can always keep it.
Olivia: I don't believe it -- you got it, you got the necklace back? You bought it back?
Sam: It's very beautiful.
Olivia: Oh, Sam, it's incredible. No way, this must have cost you a fortune?
Sam: I sold one painting, it's no big deal.
Olivia: Oh, Sam, no, this is no good. You should not pay for my mistakes.
Sam: Now would you stop complaining, turn around for me, and I will put it on. Can you move your hair there? Very good. There we go.
Olivia: I can't believe that you did this for me.
Sam: Why wouldn't I do it? Olivia, you have been the best friend to me.
Olivia: Oh, Sam.
Sam: Now, I got to get you home before Liz starts calling the troops out for you.
Olivia: Uh-uh, I'm not going home. I can't.
Jake: Marley, stay the night. There's got to be all kinds of things to do in San Francisco. I mean, take in a play, get a good nights rest, come back first thing in the morning. Honey, of course I love you -- I miss you. I know that -- that -- the red eye is a nightmare, honey. I want you to be beautiful and rested. I got a lot of things to talk to you about when you get back here. Everything's going to be all right, everything's going to be all right starting tomorrow.
[Knock at door]
Jake: Listen, honey, I -- I have to go, I have a delivery, so I'll talk to you, all right? Bye-bye. Come in.
Paulina: Were you on the phone or something?
Paulina: From the looks on your face, it must be pretty important.
Jake: Yeah, it was, but -- but I don't want to talk about that. I want to concentrate on you. That's a very nice dress.
Paulina: Thank you. Rachel is such a wonderful lady. You should see all the beautiful dresses she had sent over. I thought we'd be eating here, but I guess we are going out, huh?
Jake: Paulina, you didn't have to get all dressed up to come see me.
Paulina: I wanted to. Tonight's very special, and I know whatever you have planned, I'm going to love it.
Jake: I know I am. You remember when we had drinks at Sassy's, and I was saying that the two of us are a lot alike -- that we're both survivors?
Paulina: Mm-hmm. We have a lot in common.
Jake: Yes. Well, that's what I want to talk to you about tonight.
Paulina: It's ok, I understand. Take your time.
Jake: No -- no, you don't understand. I need money.
Felicia: Why don't I check on those extra chairs?
Grant: Sharlene, I think it's a great idea that --
John: This is between me and my wife, Grant.
Grant: I was just offering --
John: I know what you were trying to do. Sharlene, I'm concerned that you're just taking on too much all at once.
Donna: You're pregnant, Sharlene. You may not have enough energy left to do everything.
Frankie: That's an old wives tale, Donna. Women work right to term now. But then I guess the doctor would be who knows --
Sharlene: That's enough.
Frankie: Sharlene, I'm sorry, I just --
Sharlene: I don't want to talk about this right now. I want to go home.
John: I'll drive you.
Sharlene: I have my own car.
John: Then I'll see you at the farm.
Sharlene: I have to talk to Felicia for a minute, and I guess I'll meet you out there a little later.
John: Well, I'm going to take off.
Donna: John, I'm sorry.
John: Hey, there's nothing to be sorry for. I appreciate everything that you've done. Thank you, thank you very much.
Michael: Hey, I think that's our cue to leave, too. If you'll excuse us.
Donna: Bye, it was nice. Nice to meet you.
Sharlene: So, I -- I guess I need a little time, Felicia.
Felicia: Oh, honey, it's all right, I understand.
Sharlene: It's just a -- a few days is all.
Felicia: Call me whenever you want. I'm just sorry it caused any problems I -- it just never occurred to me that John wouldn't know.
Sharlene: I guess I better head home.
Sharlene: I'll just say goodbye to Ryan and Grant.
Felicia: Call me whenever you want.
Sharlene: Just a couple of days, please, no more.
Felicia: Honey, it's fine.
Sharlene: I'm sorry to cut this short.
Ryan: No, that's -- that's ok, we understand, Sharlene.
Sharlene: Enjoy the celebration, go on. I -- I'll talk to you later.
Grant: Excuse me. Sharlene, I am not so understanding. I'd like to know what is really going on?
Sharlene: I'm going home, that's all.
Grant: Look, I -- I just want to make sure that you're all right, that's all.
Sharlene: I'm going to be all right. I shouldn't -- shouldn't have come. I just shouldn't have, it was wrong.
Grant: It wasn't wrong, it was right. What is wrong is going home to the farm where you don't want to be.
Sharlene: John is my husband. We need to talk.
Grant: Look, I'm sorry if I -- I never meant to cause any trouble. I love you, Sharly.
Sharlene: Don't -- don't say that, don't ever say that.
Evan: If you used your head for once.
Amanda: You stop treating me like a child.
Evan: Well, if you'd quit acting like one.
Amanda: I was perfectly fine.
Evan: How do you know that? How do you know that he wasn't going to hurt you?
Amanda: And how do you know that he was?
Evan: You know, you should have walked out of there the minute that you found out Cass wasn't coming.
Amanda: Who are you to tell me what to do?
Evan: Oh, I see, I'm not supposed to care. I'm not supposed to care if he slaps you around and he tries to hurt you.
Amanda: I wasn't hurt, I wasn't about to be hurt. Everything was fine until you showed up.
Evan: You know, I would've thought you would be relieved that I showed up.
Amanda: Relieved? That'd you come and collect me like a child that has been out too long?
Evan: Ok, you know what? I'm sorry, how's that? I'm sorry.
Amanda: Just bad timing, that's all.
Evan: Bad timing? I never trusted that guy, you know that? That's what makes me worry, because I don't trust him for a second.
Amanda: Evan, I wish I could make you understand -- divorce hurts no matter what.
Evan: I don't know that it hurts? But you know you're doing the right thing.
Amanda: That doesn't make it any easier. There's a child involved here and a lot of memories.
Evan: I do not even want to hear this. I can't believe it.
Evan: You act like you're still in love with that guy.
Amanda: And you act like it's any of your business. What right do you have to tell me how to feel?
Sam: Does Aunt Liz know you want to move?
Olivia: Are you kidding? That would just make everything worse.
Sam: Well, what's the problem then?
Olivia: I'm telling you, Sam, if I don't get out of there, I'm --
Sam: Is it that bad, huh?
Olivia: Oh, I know deep down she loves me, but she's always trying to push me around, and it's making me crazy.
Sam: Well, where are you going to go?
Olivia: Anywhere. I'll live in a tree if I have to.
Sam: Ooh, she'd be devastated with that.
Olivia: I will not be treated like a child.
Olivia: I can't take it anymore.
Sam: That's fine, I'll help you find a spot.
Olivia: Oh, you would? That would be great.
Sam: Sure, no problem, but we need to figure out what to do tonight.
Olivia: Oh, that's a good question. Could I possibly crash here?
Sam: Olivia, I've got a lot of work to do.
Olivia: Well, I won't get in your way, I promise and -- well, hey, I can help you out -- I can model for you.
Olivia: What do you say? It's -- all I need is a sleeping bag, or just a blanket. I can spread out on the floor. Come on, what do you say?
Sam: Ok, but just for tonight.
Olivia: Of course, just for tonight.
Evan: I'm sorry.
Amanda: No, I am.
Evan: No, I'm wrong. I should stay out of your business.
Amanda: I should have realized you were just trying to help me.
Evan: It's only because I love you.
Amanda: I know that.
Evan: So it gives me this feeling of being over-protective and --
Amanda: No, you -- you're very supportive and caring. I couldn't have gotten through this without you.
Evan: Maybe I've been there too much, huh?
Amanda: No. Whenever Sam and I get together there's just a lot of tension.
Evan: Yeah, I know, and then I show up, and I make matters worse.
Amanda: Yeah, well, I wish that wasn't the --
Evan: I'll tell you what I'm going to do. I'm going to stay out of it from now on. That's a promise. Let's just end this whole conversation, ok? I'm sorry.
Amanda: I've been so on edge.
Evan: I know.
Amanda: I went through a lot of memories today with Sam.
Evan: Well, it's not easy ending a relationship like that.
Amanda: We were so connected. It's -- we were as close as you --
Evan: You and I?
Amanda: I'm scared, I mean, maybe it's me. Maybe I'm not good at commitment.
Evan: No, you know what it is? Is you've been burned bad, you've been hurt, so it's only natural to have second thoughts. And you're just being cautious, that's all.
Amanda: I don't want to lose you, too.
Evan: Come on, you're not going to lose me. All the stuff we've been through to be together -- what, are you, crazy? You're not going to lose me.
Amanda: I want us to be together until we're old and gray.
Evan: Gray? I can't see myself gray, but -- I'll tell you, I've got something I want you to hear. Now, I never told this to anybody.
["Just My Imagination" playing]
Evan: When I first came to this town, I knew that I'd be with you.
Amanda: Oh, you were that sure?
Evan: Oh, yeah I was, and I used to put this song on and I'd sit in my car, and I used to think about us. It's funny, but then it was a dream. Now I'm standing here with you, and I'm dancing with you. It's not too bad, huh?
Amanda: You know you really are romantic.
Evan: Well, I wasn't before. I think what happened with you is when you met Sam you were young and you were infatuated.
Amanda: I think it all happened so fast.
Evan: Well, yeah, I mean you were -- you'd never dated before. You didn't know what you wanted.
Amanda: Sam was -- he was older, artistic, kind of a rebel.
Evan: I think what happened is you fell in love with an image and not the man.
Amanda: That's true.
Evan: But the most important thing right now is that we are together, and you were able to make the break.
Amanda: It's still painful.
Evan: I know. But you know what? You can spend the rest of your life with somebody fantastic.
Paulina: Is -- is that the reason why you wanted me to come tonight?
Paulina: Well, I -- I knew you were having some kind of financial problem, but --
Jake: Oh, Paulina, I'm not having some kind of problem, I'm having all kinds of problems.
Paulina: But I thought you said that you could work it out?
Jake: I thought I could work it out. The fact is I went under, Paulina.
Paulina: And you want me to lend you money?
Jake: I don't think you're getting the picture. I'm not asking for a loan.
Paulina: Hey, it's ok. Of course I'll lend you money, Jake. I mean, what did you think? And you don't have to pay me back right away. I understand. Look, I know it's not easy for you to ask me for money, but it's ok. I know you love me.
Jake: I don't love you.
Jake: I don't love you, Paulina.
Paulina: Then why did you buy me an engagement ring today?
Jake: Wait a minute. Who -- who told you that -- how did you find out that I bought an engagement ring?
Paulina: Evan told me.
Jake: Evan -- Evan told you that, huh?
Paulina: Jake, you said you had something important to tell me tonight. What was it?
Jake: You thought I was going to ask you to marry me?
Felicia: I really think it's quiet extraordinary.
Frankie: What is?
Felicia: Well, how connected we all are.
Frankie: I'm not sure I follow.
Felicia: Well, if you think about the sequence of events that have linked us all together, it reads like a novel.
Cass: Oh, quick, somebody get the lady a typewriter.
Felicia: No, come on, think about it. I mean, go back to your wedding, the wedding that didn't happen.
Frankie: Do we really have to think about that, Felicia?
Cass: Apparently she's going to make us the first chapter, Frankie.
Felicia: Oh, yeah, you should be so lucky.
Felicia: No, I mean who would have ever thought that it would be Grant's heroic brother, Ryan that would kidnap Frankie?
Grant: Ah, Ryan, she's going to make you a hero.
Felicia: Yeah, it's the least I could do after what you did for Luke. And you, Grant, you're about to free him.
Frankie: You know, Ryan, I do think you would make a good hero -- don't you, Cass?
Cass: If I was wrong about you, I apologize.
Felicia: Oh, honey, you could be a tad more gracious, don't you think?
Ryan: That's all right, Felicia. If someone kidnapped my wife, I'd be angry, too.
Felicia: Grant, things will go smoothly for Luke in Washington, won't they?
Grant: I don't really think there's going to be any trouble, no.
Felicia: I hope not, not after all he went through.
Grant: Well, with all the information he got on Marius, I -- I doubt it.
Felicia: I hope so -- I mean, the charges will be dropped against him? Cass saw the judge this morning and he said it was almost a certainty, but I get a feeling from your face that maybe you're not so sure.
Grant: Look, I -- I promise I will do everything I can. Now, listen, if you'll all excuse me, I've got to go make a telephone call, all right?
Frankie: Ryan, may I see you for a moment, please?
Felicia: Cass, there's still a chance that Luke could go to jail.
Cass: Grant was just being cautious. There are too many influential people who are working to get Lucas off. Don't worry, honey.
Frankie: I need a favor.
Ryan: If I can do it, you got it.
Frankie: Talk to your brother, keep him away from Sharlene.
Ryan: You don't think I've tried?
Frankie: Look, this is not healthy for her. She is under too much pressure.
Ryan: I understand that, but for better or worse, my brother is in love with your aunt.
Sharlene: Do you want to talk here or inside?
John: It doesn't make any difference.
Sharlene: You're angry.
John: I have a right to be.
Sharlene: Because I didn't talk to you about the job?
John: No, the hell with the job.
Sharlene: Then what else is bothering you?
John: You said you wanted to be all alone?
Sharlene: I said I needed to be alone.
John: Whatever. I agreed.
Sharlene: You said you understood.
John: What I don't understand, is why you have one set of rules for me and another set of rules for Grant.
Sharlene: I don't, John.
John: I can't see you, but Grant can come by anytime he likes.
Sharlene: That's not true. I told him last night that that was --
John: He was here last night? Sharlene, I'm beginning to think that all you wanted was to get me out of this house.
Sharlene: I can't believe you'd say that, I --
John: You better get that. It's probably Grant checking up on you.
John: That was Grant, wasn't it? Are you going over there later or is he coming here?
Sharlene: Don't do this, John.
John: How far has this gone, Sharlene?
Sharlene: Just stop badgering me. You don't understand the first thing about Grant and me. Just leave me alone, John, just leave me alone and --
John: Well, hello, Sharly.
Sharlene: It's not Sharly, it's me, and I want you out of my house.
Amanda: I always loved this song. Every time I hear it, I think of you.
Evan: Then I'll play it every day. You know, everything in my life seems to be falling into place. I like that. I -- I bought you something today.
Amanda: What is it?
Evan: Well, it's just a present I --
Evan: But I don't know if this is the right time to give it to you.
Amanda: Oh, it's the right time.
Evan: As she says with greed in her voice.
Amanda: No, I just -- I really think that I could use a present.
Evan: Well, here. Take it.
Amanda: Evan, it's --
Evan: Hey, just -- open it. Now listen, if you don't like them, we can take them back if you want. No, you can't take them back, you have to like them. You can't take them back.
Amanda: They're incredible.
Evan: Well, why don't you --
Amanda: I'm going to put them on right now.
Evan: Amanda, these earrings, they represent a promise for the future, and after everything is final, I think I'd like to buy you a ring to match.
Amanda: I'll be waiting.
Sam: Did you bring your leotard? Maybe a series on -- about dancing, if we could do that.
Olivia: Dancing -- oh, I -I didn't have a leotard in my bag. I'm sorry.
Sam: It's no problem.
Olivia: I still don't really know what to do with my hands.
Sam: Here, is that ok?
Ken: Anybody ever tell you, you look gorgeous when you're working?
Ken: You're busy, I'll come back.
Rachel: No, don't you -- get over here.
Ken: Come here. That feels good.
Rachel: Oh, it feels great. I thought you were at the bottom of Lake Michigan?
Ken: Well, it got very lonely down there.
Rachel: Oh, good.
Ken: Actually I did receive a very lucrative offer to go on some excavation on a volcano in Nova Scotia.
Rachel: Nova Scotia? When is that?
Ken: Never -- I turned it down.
Rachel: Oh, how lovely.
Ken: I missed you.
Rachel: I missed you.
Ken: So tell me, how are things in Bay City? What have I missed?
Rachel: Well, the alderman ran off with the budget director, and the buses are on strike, and the price of gasoline has gone up again.
Ken: Situation normal. So, how about you? What's up with the Corys? How's the newest member of the clan doing?
Rachel: Paulina? Well, she's doing fine. She hasn't come back crying yet.
Ken: What do you mean?
Rachel: Oh, she seemed to think that Jake -- Jake is going to marry her.
Ken: You're kidding?
Rachel: No, she thinks he's going to propose tonight.
Ken: Jake? Never. He's just been stringing her along.
Rachel: Yes, I know, that's what I thought. But why?
Ken: I wish I knew.
Rachel: If he loves anyone, it's Marley.
Rachel: I just don't want him to hurt Paulina.
Ken: I don't like this, I don't like this at all.
Rachel: No, neither do I.
Ken: Holy --
Ken: I just remembered I'm supposed to meet a client at the Odyssey. What time is it? Listen, if I leave now, I can just make it. How about if I call you later? Maybe we can get together.
Rachel: All right.
Paulina: I don't understand. You did buy a ring today, didn't you?
Jake: I bought ring for Marley.
Paulina: Jake, didn't you tell me that you'd broken up with Marley and that it was all over and that she was going away?
Jake: I lied.
Jake: I'm sorry to tell you like this, but those are the breaks.
Paulina: The breaks?
Jake: There has only been one woman I have ever loved in my entire life, and that is Marley.
Paulina: Then do you mind telling me what you've been doing with me, why you've been making love to me and leading me on?
Jake: Well, if you'd quiet down and listen, I'd be more than happy to.
Paulina: Damn you, Jake! You're unbelievable. I mean, I have known some messed up people in my life, but you -- does Marley know about this? Does she know that you've been lying to both of us? Sleeping with me and --
Jake: Shut up!
Paulina: I wonder how she's going to feel when she hears about this.
Jake: You're not going to tell anybody anything.
Paulina: Oh, no? You just watch me.
Jake: You mention so much as a word of this to anyone, Paulina, and your whole world will come crashing down around your ears.
Jake: I went to the adoption agency. You're not a Cory, and I can prove it!
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