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Another World Transcript Wednesday 8/23/06

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Olivia: Maybe we should do it without this.

Sam: Olivia, don't do this.

Olivia: Why not? It's what we both want, isn't it.

John: Hello, Sharly.

Sharlene: No, it's not Sharly. It's me, and I want you out of my house.

John: Sharlene?

Sharlene: I can get angry, too.

John: No, not like this. No, you would never do anything like this.

Sharlene: Never what? I never lost control. I never really stood up for myself.

John: Sharlene.

Sharlene: Well, I should have John, then I wouldn't be in this mess. And you wouldn't be standing there judging me.

John: I'm not.

Sharlene: You are. And I want you out.

John: I don't like having things thrown at me. The woman I love, the woman I married would have not done that.

Sharlene: That woman, John, the woman you loved no longer exists. And you have no idea who I am.

Paulina: What do you mean, I'm not a Cory?

Jake: You can drop the innocent act, Paulina, I'm on to you.

Paulina: Ha

Jake: You're not going anywhere.

Paulina: I'm going straight to Marley. I think she ought to know the truth about her loving, future husband.

Jake: You will be very sorry if you open your mouth to Marley.

Paulina: You don't scare me, Jake. Rachel's already accepted me.

Jake: Oh. Well, that'll change in seconds when she reads this.

Paulina: What's that?

Jake: I don't know, Paulina. Why don't you read it and find out.

Sam: I told you we could not be anything more than friends. You are a beautiful woman. Any man would want you.

Olivia: Anything else. I feel stupid enough as it is.

Sam: Don't you understand? I can't let myself want you. It isn't fair.

Olivia: You don't have to explain.

Sam: I do, Olivia. I would be taking advantage of you, of your trust, your loyalty.

Olivia: No, you wouldn't.

Sam: I would. You are the only real friend I have now. And I cannot take a chance of wrecking that no matter how much I'm tempted.

Olivia: Well, then at least be honest, Sam. There's a lot more between us than just friendship.

Sam: Even if there is, I can't act upon that now. I'd end up hurting you. I know I would.

Olivia: I am willing to take that risk.

Sam: I am not. I really care about you, but --

Olivia: I'm not a girl any more, Sam. I wish you'd let me prove that to you.

Matt: Hey, Mom, I'm going out. Don't wait up. I'll be late.

Rachel: Wait, wait, wait. We've been like ships in the night the last few months and I would like that to change.

Matt: Oh, well, don't feel guilty. I know you've been busy.

Rachel: I don't feel guilty. I just miss you.

Matt: Your involvement with Paulina has taken up a lot of your time. I understand that.

Rachel: Mac would expect me to take her under wing, you know.

Matt: Oh, you got to do what you think is right.

Rachel: So where are you off to tonight?

Matt: Ooh, going out to Sassy's. Shoot a little pool, you know what I mean.

Rachel: Oh, Sassy's?

Matt: Yeah, well, my friends hang out there so --

Rachel: So, I've got a pool shark, huh? That's a pretty rough place, don't you think?

Matt: Well I'm a pretty rough guy, you know. I'm not a kid any more so don't wait up. And I love you.

Rachel: Wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute. Does that mean that we can give Alli back her finger paints?

Matt: Oh, no, no, no. I'm not done with those yet. Ciao, babe.

Rachel: "Ciao, babe"? Kids.

Paulina: I have read enough. This means nothing.

Jake: It means Ken Jordan was in that broad's office, looking for orphaned baby girls from San Cristobal about two years ago.

Paulina: Big deal, how else was he supposed to find me?

Jake: It must have been very interesting, that first chat you had with Ken, planning your approach.

Paulina: What are you getting at, Jake?

Jake: Your deal with Ken. Who set the stakes?

Paulina: What deal?

Jake: Can it, Paulina! I know for a fact you were going to cut Ken in on the inheritance.

Paulina: He found me and brought me to Bay City. So what, is that a crime?

Jake: If it wasn't, why all this secrecy?

Paulina: Rachael didn't know that my mother and Mac had an affair. To find out that he had a child is --

Jake: A real shocker.

Paulina: Yes, it would be. Ken felt that it would be too much for Rachael to handle.

Jake: I'll bet. You know something that's a little suspicious, is that you and Ken showed up in town around the same time. Another thing is that Ken is the only one that knew about Mac's affair and the kid, you know, I find that real suspicious.

Paulina: I wanted to tell them from the beginning.

Jake: But instead, you got a job babysitting their grandchild, now that is the direct approach.

Paulina: I don't know why I'm standing here like an idiot defending myself to you.

Jake: I don't know either. Leave. I mean, save it for the Corys or the courts.

Paulina: The courts.

Jake: Yes. Where do you think you're going to wind up when the Corys find out you cooked up this whole thing?

Paulina: I didn't cook up anything. I am Mac Cory's daughter. I've got my mother's letter to prove it.

Jake: It's easy to fake a letter.

Paulina: I didn't fake it. My mother was trying to find me to let me know who my real parents were.

Jake: Real touching. I'm not buying it, Paulina.

Paulina: Jake, I cared about you. Why are you being so cruel?

Jake: What about you trying to take advantage of Mac's widow, trying to bilk the family out of millions of dollars.

Paulina: I don't care about the money. I wanted my family, my father's family.

Jake: You know what? Do..

Paulina: Know what?

Jake: You really believe you're Mac Cory's daughter.

Paulina: Of course, I do. I am.

Jake: I don't believe this guy.

Paulina: Who? What are you talking about?

Jake: Ken Jordan set you up.

Evan: You know, Amanda, I've been doing a little thinking. And I'd like you to move in with me.

Amanda: What brought this up again?

Evan: Well, my apartment is waiting.

Amanda: Evan, I can't make any decisions now.

Evan: I wish all this wasn't so hard on you.

Amanda: Today was a rough day. Seeing Sam again and talking about when we first met. I know you don't want to hear this.

Evan: No, no listen. Hey, you can talk to me about anything. Go ahead.

Amanda: Even if it's that I hate myself for not being able to make my marriage work.

Evan: Now, would you stop, you did everything you could to save your marriage.

Amanda: I wonder if I did.

Evan: Including almost losing your life.

Amanda: I think I drove Sam to that. I probably made him so desperate.

Evan: Amanda, that is the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard you say. Now, see -- you see what seeing him does to you. How can you blame yourself for Sam going over the edge?

Amanda: I'm sorry. Maybe I should be alone tonight.

Evan: No, no, no, you don't need to be alone. If I had it my way, you'd move in with me tonight. That's where you'd be.

Amanda: I know you mean that.

Evan: Of course, I mean it.

Amanda: It's too soon.

Evan: Ok, when?

Amanda: Alli can't handle this kind of a change now. She has to have her own room and people that she knows and loves her around her, especially now.

Evan: Ok. So you go home to a big lonely house, big lonely bedroom. Your daughter is somewhere on the coast with her grandmother. You are going to get very, very depressed.

Amanda: So, what should I do?

Evan: Well, you should stay with me.

Michael: Grant.

Grant: Well, you're back again.

Michael: Well, actually, before I went home, I had few things I wanted to say to Grant Harrison. Now, do you have a second to maybe step outside?

Grant: Well, frankly, I'm not really interested in one of your morality lectures.

Michael: Uh-huh, well, then I guess it's as obvious to you as it is to everyone else that you simply must stop seeing Sharlene.

Grant: You hung around just to tell me that.

Michael: Because as an astute politician and one who is running for re-election, I assume you agree I'm right.

Grant: Well, you assume wrong.

John: Of course I know who you are.

Sharlene: And you hate it, John. Let's just be honest, ok?

John: Who's not being honest?

Sharlene: I was going to tell you about applying for the job at Tops.

John: When, after you found out how Grant felt about it?

Sharlene: Please, John, he didn't even know about it.

John: I don't know how he does it, but he always manages to trigger these fights between us.

Sharlene: It's not his fault, John. It's mine.

John: Sharlene, he's setting us up. Can't you see that? He even uses his own illness to sway you. Whose idea was it for you to come to Tops?

Sharlene: Ryan and Grant asked me to join them at Tops. No one forced me.

John: I see.

John: Is that why you wanted me to leave, so you could see him whenever you want?

Sharlene: No. Well, maybe that was part of the reason.

John: Great.

Sharlene: I do have feelings for him, John, that's a fact. And I can't explore those feelings with you looking over my shoulder making me feel guilty.

John: I can imagine.

Sharlene: You see, there it is. Whenever I try to talk about it, you turn cold.

John: The subject does not exactly warm my heart, Sharlene.

Sharlene: I'm not trying to hurt you, John. I'm just trying to figure out who I am. I still love you.

John: Do you? Is that what you feel for me right now? Or is it just part of the old Sharlene's memories?

Sam: Look, we won't do any more work on this tonight, ok? We'll have some coffee and then you'll go home.

Olivia: There's something between us Sam, no matter how much you deny it.

Sam: Olivia, give it up. I am not ready to start another relationship even if you are.

Olivia: Sam, we could be more than friends, if you would just be honest.

Sam: Think, Olivia. I am married and you are young.

Olivia: Oh, I get it, I'm still a virgin. Is that what you are trying to say?

Sam: That alone is enough to cause disaster.

Olivia: I'm not some kid off the farm. And you're not a fifty-year-old man even though you're acting like one.

Sam: Here, why don't you have some coffee, ok?

Olivia: You fight for what you want, for who you want. Why shouldn't I?

Sam: I am still married to Amanda. I have a child.

Olivia: I know, but you care for me. I feel it.

Sam: Yes, Olivia, I care for you, but not in the way you want. I am not free. I don't know how else to say that to you.

Olivia: But you could be free soon. I know how much Amanda hurt you.

Sam: You don't understand.

Olivia: Yes, I do. I understand that you don't feel that you can trust anyone. I understand that you don't feel you can open up to anyone the way you could with her. That you can't fall in love. I can show you how wrong you are.

Sam: Olivia, I know you, and I know that you've waited to make love. You wanted your first time to be with someone special, someone who really loved you.

Olivia: It's you, Sam. I love you enough for both of us. Please. Please don't push me away.

Michael: You really think you can run a re-election campaign and carry on with my brother's pregnant wife at the same time? That's not too smart.

Grant: Why don't you let me worry about this?

Michael: Does it ever occur to you how much fun the press and your opponents are going to have when they get to tell the world the way you thanked the doctor who saved your life was to ruin his marriage?

Grant: Look, I'm running on the issues, not on my personal life.

Michael: Ah, I see. And the last politician who said that was, uh --

Grant: Well, it's all in how you paint the picture, isn't it?

Michael: Uh-huh. Look, this family friendship routine is not going to continue to play much longer, Grant. I hope you know that.

Grant: Oh, really. We'll see.

Michael: Grant, look, the press loves a scandal. You care so little for Sharlene that you'd put her through this?

Grant: Maybe you should ask yourself the same question.

Michael: No, I'm not going to do anything. As a matter of fact, I'm not going to have to do anything. You are going to ruin your own reputation. I'm only making sure you do not ruin my brother's life and walk away scot-free.

Grant: Well, intimidation has never worked with me, Hudson. And I'm sure that if Sharly knows you are threatening me, that you and your brother would not very many poinm her.???

Michael: That's a at a promise, you can be sure of that.

Grant: Well I would give up my whole career and my whole future to be there if Sharlene needs me.

Michael: You are one hell of a guy.

Grant: Well, I love her and she loves me. It's that simple.

Sharlene: You know my love for you is a lot more than a memory, John. I don't know how you can even ask me that.

John: Sharlene, you don't even hear how you sound; all you ever talk about is Grant and getting in touch with that side of you that I know nothing about.

Sharlene: It doesn't mean that I'm going to forget what I feel for you. It doesn't mean that. It doesn't mean that I am going to forget what we have.

John: What about your feelings for our baby? You never talk about that.

Sharlene: Neither do you, John. How can we when we're fighting all the time?

John: Nothing's ever going to be the same between us, is it?

Sharlene: I don't know what our future will be. And I know how hard this is for you.

John: Isn't it hard for you?

Sharlene: John, when I'm with you, I have to suppress who I am. I want to be the old Sharlene. I want to be what you are comfortable with and that's dangerous.

John: But you don't have to do that for Grant.

Sharlene: No, I don't.

John: I guess this means you'll continue to see him.

Sharlene: I am not doing this to hurt you, John.

John: You know what? That doesn't make it hurt one bit less.

John: You do whatever you have to do. And so will I.

Sharlene: What does that mean?

Jake: A man I now know to be Ken Jordan came --

Paulina: Stop it. You're lying to me.

Jake: A man I now know to be Ken Jordan came to this agency and requested a list of female children. Any female kids, honey, as long as they had the right blood type and born in San Cristobal around the right date.

Paulina: No.

Jake: No? He was shopping for a baby.

Paulina: He came to me. He said my mother sent him.

Jake: I underestimated this guy, man, he is good. Not only did he lie to Rachel, but he lied to you as well.

Paulina: He's my friend.

Jake: Hmm, how much did he want? How much of Mac Cory's money did your friend Ken want?

Paulina: He did this for me because he wanted to make things right.

Jake: How much? How much?

Paulina: Half.

Jake: I knew it. I knew it.

Paulina: But then, he didn't want a dime.

Jake: Oh, come on, Paulina. He was dating Rachel by then. Of course he didn't want half of your measly money. He was getting ready to mine the mother loads.

Paulina: Shut up. Just shut up.

Jake: Don't feel bad. You are falling for this guy, he's good. He is very good.

Paulina: Ken Jordan is my friend. He doesn't give a damn about the money. And I am Mac Cory's daughter.

Jake: Ken, funny you should drop in just now.

Ken: What's going on?

Paulina: He's telling me lies about you.

Ken: What did you say to her, Jake?

Paulina: Tell him the truth, Ken. You're the one who knows. You tell him that I'm Mac Cory's daughter.

Jake: Do what the lady says, Ken. Tell us the story. We both know that it's really a scam.

Ken: I don't know what game you're playing, Jake, but you're in way over your head.

Jake: I don't know. From where I'm standing, I'm holding all the cards.

Paulina: He has a paper.

Ken: All right. What paper?

Jake: From Laurie, secretary of the adoption agency. She's just nuts about you, Ken.

Paulina: She's lying, right?

Jake: In fact, she was so bowled over by you that she gave you all the information you needed. I would have at least taken her to dinner if I was you. You go ahead and tear it up if you want. I made a lot of copies.

Ken: You're a real pig, my friend.

Paulina: Why did you say that?

Jake: Didn't even tell Paulina. Now that, Ken, was a stroke of genius.

Ken: You don't know what you're talking about.

Paulina: That's what I told him.

Jake: Come on, Ken. Cat's out of the bag. Why don't you try to tell the truth?

Ken: Paulina.

Paulina: You were with my mother when she was dying. You were with her when she wrote a letter to me. And then you brought it to me.

Jake: That must have been real touching.

Ken: Will you shut up.

Paulina: That letter, knowing that my mother loved me, wanted me, was the most important thing that ever happened to me, and you were there. Tell him, Ken. Tell him!

Ken: I didn't know you then. Not like I know you now.

Paulina: Oh, God.

Ken: I'm sorry.

Paulina: Please. Please, don't let this be happening to me.

Ken: Paulina.

Paulina: I can't go back, Ken. I can't go back.

Jake: Paulina, hey, hey, it's all right. You're just not Mac Cory's daughter.

Ken: Shut up.

Paulina: Was there a Maria? Did you know her?

Ken: You know there was.

Paulina: I don't know anything, Ken. You came to me. You said, "I am the one who knows the truth." Why me? Why did you have to pick me?

Ken: Paulina, when I began this, I didn't mean --

Jake: You didn't mean for anybody to find out the truth, that's for damn sure.

Ken: Do you know what you've done?

Paulina: Oh, God.

Ken: Paulina, if I could take it all back, I'd take it all back. But I can't, it's too late for that.

Paulina: It's too late for everything.

Ken: Paulina, I want to try to explain it to you, but not here.

Ken: Get out of our way, Jake.

Jake: And miss the good part? Come on, Ken, I bought an e-ticket for this ride. Why don't you start talking?

Amanda: Hi, Mom.

Rachel: Hi, I didn't expect you back so soon.

Amanda: Actually, I just came to pick up a few things.

Rachel: Oh?

Amanda: I'm going to be spending a few days with Evan while Alli's gone.

Rachel: Amanda, do you think this is wise?

Amanda: Sam knows about Evan and me.

Rachel: This could affect your chances on the custody case with Alli. Have you talked to Cass about this?

Amanda: Mom, I'm not going to ask Cass for permission to sleep with Evan.

Rachel: Amanda, you can't take this casually. This is a very serious situation.

Amanda: I don't know what --

Evan: Excuse me, is there a problem here? Let's get going.

Rachel: Evan, I would like to talk to my daughter please, alone.

Amanda: Evan and I just want to spend a few days alone together.

Rachel: I understand that. Evan, please?

Amanda: No.

Evan: Wait a second. I'll just wait in the car, is what I'll do.

Rachel: Thank you.

Amanda: No. This isn't a good time for us to talk, Mom.

Rachel: I can see that. Have you talked to your grandmother?

Amanda: Yes, I spoke to Alli today on the phone. She's fine. Nancy is spoiling her.

Rachel: You're going to be here when she gets back?

Amanda: I'll be here.

Rachel: Good.

Amanda: I don't know what you're making such a big deal about. It's only a couple of days.

Rachel: Because I don't agree with what you're doing, Amanda, and obviously, I can't do anything about that.

Amanda: No, you can't. I know what I'm doing, Mom.

Rachel: I've heard that before.

Amanda: Evan, let's go.

[Rachel sighs]

Olivia: If you give me a chance, I will make you forget her.

Sam: No. I said no. I am not ready to make love to anyone, let alone some starry-eyed virgin who thinks she's in love with me. Do I need to make myself any clearer?

Olivia: I honestly thought that there was a chance for us and the only thing standing in the way was Amanda.

Sam: It is more complicated than that. That is what I have been trying to tell you.

Olivia: Only because you want it to be. Don't worry, Sam. I won't be bothering you ever again.

Sam: Olivia, come on.

Olivia: If you want to spend the rest of your life mooning over somebody who doesn't believe in you, you go ahead, I'm through waiting for you to wake up.

Sam: This is exactly what I was afraid of.

Olivia: You don't have to be afraid of it anymore, Sam. There is no way I'm going to waste my time begging for love from you when I can get plenty of it elsewhere.

Sam: Olivia.

John: Let me have a beer.

Michael: John.

John: Mike, what are you still doing here?

Michael: Well, I might ask you the same question. Me, I stuck around. Actually, I had a little chat with Grant Harrison. Told him to stay away from Sharlene.

John: And he's not going to listen to you.

Michael: Well, I told him that if he values his little, star-studded government career, he'd better stop or it might come to an abrupt halt.

John: Oh, Mike, you should have just stayed out of it.

Michael: Look, man, he's had the heavy muscle work on you. I just wanted to let him know that you have somebody behind you, too.

John: Threatening him is not going to help me. He's going to find some way to use it against me. He always has a knack for getting Sharlene's sympathy.

Michael: I don't understand this. Why does she believe what he says?

John: I don't know. I really don't know -- I mean, I have stood by her through this whole mess and she acts as if I'm the enemy. She's carrying my child, for crying out loud. She keeps pulling further and further away from me.

Michael: What happened? Did something happen when you got home?

John: Oh, we had a big argument, big fight, and she threw a vase at me. I've never seen her like that. Except when she was Sharly. I don't know, Mike, I thought I could deal with the way she is now, but I am beginning to think I can't.

Michael: What does Sharlene have to say for herself?

John: She thinks that Grant will accept her the way she is, and that I don't.

Michael: Look, man, you love her, don't give up. It ain't over yet.

John: I'm not so sure. For the first time I'm asking myself if she's really the right woman for me.

Grant: Sharlene, are you all right? Sharlene, tell me, please tell me and I'll leave. Sharlene, please.

Sharlene: We need to talk. Come on, sit down.

Sharlene: Grant, I am carrying John's child. Being seen with me in public will sink your chances for re-election. It would be better for you, for John, for me, and for the baby if I just pull away completely.

Grant: But that's ridiculous. I mean, it wouldn't be better for me or for you. And if it's bad for you, it's going to be bad for the baby. I mean, John must have laid this monumental guilt trip on you.

Sharlene: He doesn't understand this.

Grant: Well, that's his problem.

Sharlene: No, Grant, it's our problem.

Grant: Look, this is one of the happiest days of my life. I have been given a second chance. I have a future. Of course I want to share it with you.

Sharlene: So did John.

Grant: If you walked into a restaurant with my brother and with me, I'd hardly call that a hot date.

Sharlene: It was an impulse and I shouldn't have done it.

Grant: But you did, and I know why you did.

Sharlene: Grant, please.

Grant: Sharlene. I love you.

Ken: Nobody's going to make any money off of this, Jake, least of all you.

Paulina: He's going to tell everybody. He said if I --

Ken: I don't care what he said.

Jake: And I said I might tell. Meet my price and these lips are sealed.

Ken: Maybe you'd like to have those lips sealed permanently.

Jake: Oh, come on, Ken, then you'd have to spend the rest of your life in prison. And from what I hear tell, you don't like that a whole lot. So why don't you just tell her how you set this whole thing up, and I'll just listen.

Ken: We don't have to stay here.

Paulina: What difference does it make where?

Ken: Ok. Jake is right. I don't like prison much. Because I spent quite a few years in one in San Cristobal.

Paulina: You were in prison?

Ken: Yes. I was in a small plane crash. I was captured by the local guerillas. The man I was piloting managed to escape. He said he'd come back for me, but he never did. That man was Mackenzie Cory. He was told that I was dead and there was nothing he could do. But I didn't know that. I didn't know how hard he'd tried to find me. And so I stayed alive in prison by remembering my love for Maria and my hatred for Mac. And when I finally did escape from prison, I went to look for Maria. And that's when I found out that she had a child. And that it was probably Mac's child. But I never found Maria or her child.

Paulina: You -- you never even saw her?

Ken: I only heard that she was dead.

Paulina: Who wrote the letter?

Ken: I did. I'm sorry.

Paulina: Just -- just tell me the rest.

Ken: I assumed that Mac had turned his back on Maria and her child, the same way he turned his back on me. I blamed him for everything. All my hopes turned into bitterness, to an obsession, to avenge Maria somehow and to get the man that I believed was responsible for ruining my life and hers.

Paulina: And that's when you came up with this plan.

Ken: I wanted to find someone who could be Mac's child, take her to him and make him pay.

Paulina: Pay you, you mean.

Ken: At first. But later I realized that money was the last thing I wanted.

Paulina: What did you want, Ken?

Ken: To make that time count for something. Paulina, that's why I never told you, because I wanted you to believe. I wanted to believe it myself, that you really were Maria's daughter. And that you really were coming home to your real family. And that something good had finally come out of all that misery.

Paulina: But I am not his child.

Ken: I don't know. I wish with all my heart that I could prove that you are.

Sam: Oh.

Olivia: Hi.

Bartender: Hi.

Olivia: Can I get a drink?

Bartender: Uh, anything with alcohol, you're going to have to wait a few years.

Olivia: Great. Great, can't get anything I want tonight.

Bartender: Hey, stick around, honey, I'll make it up to you.

Matt: Hey, guys, continue without me. Never thought I'd see you here. Waiting for Sam?

Olivia: No.

Matt: You know, I'm actually glad that we ran into each other, gives me a chance to tell you exactly how I feel about you.

Olivia: Hmm, which isn't much.

Matt: You're a liar, a user, and a phony. And I can't believe I even trusted you.

Olivia: I'm sorry, Matthew, not that I expect you to believe me.

Matt: You know, I think you'd sell your soul for Sam if he asked you to.

Olivia: You deserved a lot better from a friend. And you can say I told you so if it makes you feel any better.

Matt: About what?

Olivia: Sam. I've messed up my whole life trying to help that guy. I've ruined the one real friendship that I have. I've hurt my Aunt Liz. And for what?

Matt: Are you ok?

Olivia: Do I look ok?

Matt: Not really.

Olivia: Problem is, I could really use a friend right now and I don't have one. I don't deserve one.

Rachel: Visions. Visions, Visions, Visions.

[Phone rings]

Ken: Paulina. Would you get your damn phone?

Jake: And miss this little drama? You've got to be kidding. Look, Ken has really touched my heart with his true life adventure now, but we still have a problem.

Ken: You.

Jake: The fact is that Paulina is not Mac Cory's daughter. She's just some little orphan girl who got herself caught in a cheap hustle.

Paulina: And what's your hustle, Jake, huh?

Jake: Well, the way I see it, Paulina, we can all be winners. Rachel loves you. She's going to dump a lot of money on you. No reason for me to upset that little boat, as long as my financial needs are met.

Ken: Paulina, Paulina, listen to me. If I could take everything back that's happened, I'd take it back, but I can't. It's too late. It was already too late when I found Mac and I realized that he -- I was wrong about him all these years. It was too late when I found Rachel and I fell in love with her. And it's too late now that Rachel has accepted you into the Cory family.

Jake: True.

Ken: But that doesn't matter now. This was all my doing, and I'm prepared to take it on the chin. You've done nothing. You are innocent. We can go to Rachel, we can tell her everything, and you will still be blameless.

Jake: Blameless -- and broke.

Ken: Do it, Paulina. Come with me now and tell Rachel the truth.

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