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Another World Transcript Wednesday 8/30/06

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Olivia: Look, Greg.

Greg: Oh, I just love the way you say my name.

Olivia: I think that -- that there has been a kind of a misunderstanding.

Greg: I don't.

Olivia: Uh --

Greg: I've been reading your signals loud and clear.

Olivia: No, I don't think --

Greg: You came in here looking for some loving, and, baby, you came to the right place.

Olivia: I -- well, you're right, but --

Greg: Well, then, why don't we just --

Olivia: I changed my mind.

Greg: Yeah?

Olivia: Yes.

Greg: Well, then, why don't we just change it back again?

Olivia: No. No. No. Please, don't do this.

Greg: Hey, look, I've had just about enough of this coy bit.

Olivia: Someone's out there.

Greg: They'll go away. Come here.

Olivia: Stop!

Sam: Hmm, looks like we got a private party.

Vicky: Well, thanks.

Ryan: Hey, uh --

Vicky: Hey what?

Ryan: I -- I was just thinking that I bet you make a great pot of decaf. I was thinking maybe we could --

Vicky: You want to spend more time with me when I'm in this mood?

Ryan: Call me a glutton for punishment.

Vicky: I don't think tonight's a good night.

Ryan: Listen, this mood -- is it just because you saw Jake?

Vicky: Uh, yeah, and saw the way he looked.

Ryan: What does that mean?

Vicky: Cocky.

Ryan: Was it the way he looked or the fact that he's going to marry Marley?

Vicky: I just didn't think she would fall for his line again, that's all.

Ryan: Look, I know that this guy is like your first love and everything like that.

Vicky: No, it's not that.

Ryan: Then what?

Vicky: Ryan, you don't know the whole story. I just wish she wouldn't do it.

Ryan: Why?

Vicky: Jake McKinnon is out to destroy my entire family, and right now it looks like I'm the only one who's strong enough to stop him.

Jake: Paulina Cory ain't a Cory. How does that sound?

Paulina: Don't say that here.

Jake: Then forget about Ken Jordan and come up with the money yourself.

Paulina: I told you, I can't.

Jake: I don't like that word, "I can't." It's a funny thing, my bill collectors don't like it, either. You better dip into your inheritance and write me a check.

Paulina: All I have is Rachel's word that I'll be getting my money the night of the party. I don't have a dime yet.

Jake: You better figure out a way to get it. Ken Jordan has dumped you. It's up to you. You come up with that money, or I'll walk in that fancy party of yours and blow you out of the water.

Paulina: Get out of here, now!

Jamie: What the hell are you doing here, Jake?

Paulina: Jamie --

Jake: It's all right. I can explain. I -- I came to talk to Paulina about some money that she owes me.

Evan: So, why don't you tell me what you're thinking?

Amanda: I'm thinking about how happy I am.

Evan: Uh-uh. That's not what you were thinking.

Amanda: Ok. I was thinking about Sam. He was so adamant in proving that he didn't do anything wrong. I don't understand why he would do that unless he -- well, unless he --

Evan: Amanda, Sam is a sick person. So he has himself convinced that he's done nothing wrong. That's part of his sickness -- denial.

Amanda: He just doesn't seem like the type of person that would have done --

Evan: That's because you never knew him, Amanda.

Amanda: Why do you sound so angry?

Evan: Because I'm tired of talking about Sam in my apartment, in my bed. I want you to forget about the guy.

Amanda: I will, I will.

Evan: And I can't wait for this divorce to go through.

Amanda: That isn't gonna happen overnight.

Evan: I know that. But in the meantime, forget about Sam and start thinking about us, ok?

Olivia: I've never been with anyone in my whole life.

Greg: Hey. That makes this a real special occasion, doesn't it?

Olivia: No! Please. No! Stop! Somebody help me! Don't! Please don't do this.

Sam: Olivia?

Olivia: No, please, stop! Please!

Sam: Get the hell away from her!

Greg: This is a private party, pal.

Sam: Looks like someone didn't ask to be invited.

Greg: I'll give you to the count of three to get out of here. Now get going.

Marley: Hi, Caroline. How are you?

Caroline: Hi.

Marley: Good to see you.

Caroline: Yeah.

Marley: Are you busy?

Caroline: Well, actually, I'm just getting ready. I'm going out on a date.

Marley: Oh, you are? Good for you. So, I guess you'll be leaving soon.

Caroline: No, actually, he's meeting me here.

Marley: So you have a few minutes?

Caroline: Sure, just -- it's fine.

Marley: Oh, great. The gallery looks terrific.

Caroline: Thanks.

Marley: Oh, I miss it.

Caroline: Do you?

Marley: Mm-hmm. I loved working here.

Caroline: So, things didn't work out at the clinic?

Marley: Well, um, they won't be needing me anymore.

Caroline: They won't be needing you, the chief fundraiser?

Marley: Well, I'm -- I'm not anymore, so I have a lot of free time on my hands.

Caroline: All I can see on your hands is a rather large rock.

Marley: Oh. Jake and I, um, I don't know. The second time it happens, do you say you're engaged? We're engaged.

Caroline: Oh. Congratulations.

Marley: Thank you. Is this Laura Danielli? The work is wonderful. She really changed her style, though, I must say.

Caroline: Marley.

Marley: Yes?

Caroline: When a lady's about to get married, that's about all she can talk about. What's wrong?

Jake: I loaned Paulina some money when she was working for me.

Jamie: You did?

Jake: Yes. I just came by to remind her of what she owes me.

Jamie: Paulina, why didn't you tell someone here that you needed money?

Paulina: It's all right, Jamie.

Jamie: After the way he treated you? I want you to get out of here now, Jake.

Paulina: Jamie, I said it was all right, and I meant it.

Jake: Yeah, you see, Paulina's the kind of girl that remembers her obligations.

Jamie: I want to talk to Jake alone, Paulina.

Paulina: No, Jamie.

Jake: It's all right. I -- I'd like to talk to Jamie myself.

Jamie: Jake, I don't ever want to see you in this house again.

Jake: I'll remember that.

Jamie: Jake?

Jake: You just told me to leave.

Jamie: I want to ask you a question first.

Jake: Marley's fine. She and I are doing very well.

Jamie: All that garbage about you loaning Paulina money? I don't buy it. I know why you were here.

Jake: What, Jamie, you have a crystal ball?

Jamie: Something doesn't make sense to me, though. If you're so happy with Marley, why would you risk everything to fool around with Paulina?

Greg: You hear what I said?

Sam: I'm waiting to hear what the lady has to say.

Greg: What lady?

Olivia: Sam, Sam, please, let's go.

Greg: Sam? You know this guy?

Sam: Yeah, she does. Now, I suggest you get the hell out of here before I go to the police and report an attempted rape. Let's go.

Greg: This wasn't rape, man. This was her idea.

Sam: And she changed her mind. Now, the next time a lady says stop, you listen. Come here, come here.

Olivia: Oh, Sam.

Sam: It's ok. It's ok. You'll be ok.

Vicky: There was no decaf.

Ryan: Well, I really don't care about the coffee. I want to hear about Jake.

Vicky: I hate him, ok?

Ryan: Why, because he wants to marry your sister?

Vicky: No, that's only -- it's just part of the story. Want a beer or something?

Ryan: Now that would be great. So, this -- this Jake guy. He's been a real thorn in your side for a while, huh?

Vicky: He makes me sick. I just wish he would stay away from my family.

Ryan: Well, it doesn't sound like that's going to happen.

Vicky: Yeah, I know. I just think Marley should run away from him as quickly as possible.

Ryan: So I don't -- I don't get it. Thank you.

Vicky: What?

Ryan: You don't want Marley to marry either Jake or Jamie?

Vicky: Are you -- are you gonna drop this?

Ryan: No, not until you tell me why you're so upset.

Vicky: Forget it. I want to be alone.

Ryan: You're doing it again.

Vicky: Doing what?

Ryan: The same thing you did with Marius, trying to go it alone.

Vicky: I just -- I want some time to myself, ok?

Ryan: Are you ever going to learn?

Jake: What did Paulina tell you about us?

Jamie: She didn't tell me anything. I saw it with my own eyes.

Jake: Well, she's got a crush on me. What can you say?

Jamie: Come on, Jake. Marley may buy your lies, but I don't.

Jake: Oh, buzz off.

Jamie: What does Donna think?

Jake: What do you care about Donna?

Jamie: Oh, just curious. She used to be your partner at Visions and your best buddy, I believe. Now she's desperate to keep you away from Marley. I just wonder why that is.

Jake: Donna is a neurotic flake. That's why I didn't want her to work at Visions anymore. If she has a problem with Marley and me, that's the reason.

Jamie: Oh, oh, I see. Everyone who doesn't like you is neurotic.

Jake: I asked Marley to marry me. She said yes, Jamie. She could have had you, but she didn't. Why don't you learn to live with that?

Jamie: Is that what this is all about with you, Jake? Who wins and who loses? You know, I wonder if Marley knows that all she is for you -- all she ever has been -- is a trophy.

Jake: I'm out of here.

Jamie: I'll be watching you like a hawk, Jake.

Jamie: Paulina.

[Doorbell rings]

Vicky: Who is it?

Ryan: Me.

Vicky: I told you I wanted time alone.

Ryan: Time's up. You know, I was just thinking out there that you act like you think that you're the best judge of what you need, when in reality, you're the lousiest.

Vicky: What are you looking at?

Ryan: You. Uh, I've just never seen you look like this before.

Vicky: Like what?

Ryan: Sweet. Um, vulnerable.

Vicky: Is Doris Day behind me?

Ryan: It's very appealing. So what is it about you that makes you hate to hear that?

Marley: Well, I -- I think it's because it's our second time around, and we're just being a little cautious.

Caroline: I'd say coming here this time of night, day after you got engaged, is very cautious.

Marley: Well, I made a few mistakes when I was with Jake before. And as much as I loved working here, which I did, I -- I didn't take it very seriously. All I took seriously was my marriage.

Caroline: Well, I hope you're taking it seriously this time.

Marley: Oh, of course I am. It's -- it's not that. I just want my own life, and I want to be independent.

Caroline: Well, didn't things work out with Jamie and the clinic?

Marley: Well, he did offer to get me another job fundraising at the hospital, but I wanted to find my own job, and as I said, I loved working here.

Caroline: Hmm.

Marley: But if you don't have a position available, then I completely understand.

Caroline: As a matter of fact, I'm going crazy here by myself.

Marley: You are?

Caroline: Yes. I mean, this year's been great socially, and business-wise it's been pretty good, too, but --

Marley: Well, good. You deserve that.

Caroline: Well I think I do. It's like I'm realizing that in my life I've accepted too little. And maybe you should consider that.

Marley: Me?

Caroline: Well, maybe you should be thinking of something else. That's if you want to work here.

Marley: Are you offering me a job?

Caroline: It's yours.

Marley: Oh, terrific!

Caroline: If you want it. There is a complication.

Marley: Ok.

Caroline: And it's only a recent thing and --

Jamie: Caroline, um, Marley.

Marley: Excuse me. I don't know how you found out that I was here, but I think we've said all we need to say to each other.

Jamie: So do I, and I had no idea that you'd be here. Sorry I'm late.

Caroline: Don't worry, darling. I knew you wouldn't stand me up.

Paulina: Why aren't you returning my calls, Ken? You promised you'd check your machine.

Jake: It's not gonna do you any good.

Paulina: What are you doing back here?

Jake: I waited until Jamie left. I decided you and I should have a little talk.

Paulina: Jake, if it's about the money --

Jake: It's not about the money, but don't think for one second that I forgot about it.

Paulina: What do you want now?

Jake: I want to know what you told Jamie about you and me.

Paulina: I didn't say anything. Just what we agreed on.

Jake: You better be telling me the truth.

Paulina: I am. What's wrong with you?

Jake: You should know better than anyone what's wrong with me. I am helping you live your dream, baby, and you're not doing a damn thing to help me with mine.

Paulina: I promised you that I would, and I will.

Jake: Better keep that promise, 'cause if you don't, we're both gonna go down in flames in that little party of yours.

Paulina: You'll get your money.

Jake: You know what my life's been like while you've been living it up, here in the Cory mansion? I've been dodging my landlord and bill collectors, who are trying to take everything away that I've worked for. Do you hear that? I worked for it. I didn't come up with some phony story about being anybody's long-lost kid.

Paulina: I didn't know it was a phony --

Jake: I worked for it the American way. Do you know what I got for that? Right when everything was starting to go really well for me, my main backer decides she doesn't like the way I'm doing things, so she pulls out her money. Do you know what that feels like?

Paulina: Yeah, I think I do, Jake.

Jake: Makes me feel like nothing. Exactly the way I felt when I came to this town, you know? You know why my wife married me? Because I was her teenage rebellion. And I didn't care, because I loved her so much. I knew that. But it didn't work, because she left me. And when I picked up all the pieces and started feeling like a winner, she came back. Do you know what that meant to me? To show Marley and everybody in town that I was a winner? I just need a little money. I'm right on the edge of having everything I ever wanted in my whole stupid life. No one's gonna take that away from me. No one. I want my money in 24 hours, and I'm not jiving with you, little girl. I am serious. I'm dead serious.

Caroline: I'll get my bag.

Jamie: Sure.

Marley: I'm sorry I jumped to conclusions.

Jamie: No problem.

Marley: I'm glad you're seeing someone.

Jamie: Yeah, me, too.

Marley: I didn't know you would be here. I just came to ask about a job.

Jamie: You don't want the job over at the hospital?

Marley: I can find my own job.

Jamie: It's up to you, Marley.

Marley: Yes, it is. I thought she was just getting her bag.

Jamie: That's what she said.

Marley: Yeah. Well, why don't you give her a message for me? Just tell her that I'll see her tomorrow. I have to go back to Visions and meet Jake.

Jamie: I doubt that he'll be there.

Marley: Jamie.

Jamie: Since he was just over at my house visiting Paulina.

Marley: What does that mean?

Jamie: Why don't you ask Jake?

Marley: I will.

Caroline: All set.

Marley: Oh, Caroline. Um, I was just telling Jamie, I'll see you tomorrow.

Caroline: Ok.

Marley: Thank you.

Caroline: You're very welcome.

Marley: Have a nice time tonight.

Caroline: Would you like to skip this evening?

Jamie: Absolutely not.

Vicky: I don't like being psychoanalyzed by a cop.

Ryan: Look, all I said was that you were the type of person --

Vicky: I know, and I am not an ice princess. Any idiot knows that I am a hot number.

Ryan: Well, I know that that's what you want people to think.

Vicky: Oh, you don't think I'm fiery?

Ryan: No, I think you use your moods and your temper to keep people at arm's length.

Vicky: That is the biggest bunch of horse punky I've ever heard in my life.

Ryan: Look, and as far as being psychoanalyzed by a cop, well, we have to be pretty good at it because sometimes our life depends on it.

Vicky: Pow. Not this time.

Ryan: I just don't understand why you're so steamed up. All I said was that you looked sweet and vulnerable.

Vicky: Sweet and vulnerable, which are two things that I try to avoid.

Ryan: I know you try to do that. I just wish that I had known you before the battle began.

Vicky: This is me, Ryan. There was no before.

Ryan: Bull.

Vicky: Get out of here.

Ryan: Nope. Not until you tell me all about Jake.

Evan: There you go.

Amanda: Do you always have champagne on ice?

Evan: Well, I try. So --

Amanda: Amazing.

Evan: This is to you. To us.

Amanda: And to champagne in bed forever and ever and ever.

Evan: I have a lot to make up to you.

Amanda: You don't have anything to make up to me.

Evan: Sure I do. You got married young. You had a baby. You missed out on a lot of nights like this.

Amanda: Sam and I had fun.

Evan: That's the past.

Amanda: We did. Staying at home, listening to Alli make her little noises in the crib may not have been champagne on ice, but it was --

Evan: All right, I'm sorry I brought it up.

Amanda: I never regret having Alli.

Evan: I wonder what our kids will be like.

Amanda: You want kids?

Evan: Why, sure. I want to live the dream I've always had about having a family.

Amanda: And I want you to do that, too.

Evan: It's funny. I used to look at you and Sam, and I used to think --

Amanda: What?

Evan: That I would give anything to be in his place.

Amanda: I really wish you wouldn't say things like that.

Evan: Why? He didn't appreciate what he had.

Amanda: He did --

Evan: And I do.

Amanda: He did appreciate what he had till we made him desperate.

Evan: We fell in love, Amanda.

Amanda: And we slept together, and he watched everything unfold in front of him, and he couldn't do anything about it. That's what made him do the things that he did. What we did was wrong.

Evan: Look, I am sorry about the way that it happened, but that's life, ok? I had to have you, and I knew the minute that I laid eyes on you that you and I were meant to be together.

Amanda: I knew that, too. Maybe that's why I feel sad for Sam.

Evan: Well, feel sad, but do not feel guilty.

Amanda: I don't feel guilty about the divorce.

Evan: You sure?

Amanda: After the things that he did? I don't care how much we could have hurt him. There was no reason for him to react with violence.

Evan: That's right.

Amanda: Though if he hadn't have done those things, I might have tried to work it out with him. I might have stayed, tried to forget you. When I saw you lying at the bottom of an elevator shaft -- no, I don't care what Sam says. There's nobody to blame but himself.

Olivia: Thanks again for coming back.

Sam: Of course, sugar.

Olivia: Boy, do I need to get my own place.

Sam: Come on over. Now tell me what happened. Take a seat there. What happened? Tell me.

Olivia: What happened is that I went into the -- into the bar and paraded around in front of Greg until he --

Sam: Olivia, why did you do that?

Olivia: My virginity was getting a little cumbersome.

Sam: Olivia, come on.

Olivia: I'm just glad that you showed up.

Sam: Yeah, I'm glad I showed up, too.

Olivia: What are you doing?

Sam: Calling the cops.

Olivia: No.

Sam: Olivia, yes. If I hadn't been there, that guy would have raped you. He'd have gone through with it.

Olivia: It was my fault.

Sam: That is crazy thinking now!

Olivia: I went into that bar looking for somebody, anybody, and Greg took me seriously, and I got scared.

Sam: Yeah, and when you got scared, he should have gotten lost. You were screaming.

Olivia: I panicked. He thought that I was making a fool of him. Look, I don't want to talk about it anymore.

Sam: Are you ok? Did he hit you?

Olivia: No, no, I'm fine. I'm fine. It's funny, though, you know, I wanted so much to prove that I was a woman tonight. I've never felt more like a kid.

Sam: Don't be so hard on yourself.

Olivia: I am such a phony.

Sam: Now, why would you say something like that?

Olivia: Because it's the truth. Do you know why I started dancing?

Sam: Why?

Olivia: Because my father took me to the ballet when I was eight years old, and I saw Suzanne Farrell standing in front of the act curtain holding an armful of roses, taking bow after bow. And my father was on his feet applauding. And I said, "that's what I -- what I want." It wasn't even the dancing. It was -- it was --

Sam: To be loved.

Olivia: I guess.

Sam: And that's what you were looking for tonight.

Olivia: Stupid, huh?

Sam: No, it isn't stupid. You wanted to be somebody, not just another face in the crowd. I know what that's all about. Look at me. I'm still trying to prove myself. It doesn't seem to be working, does it? Maybe we should quit trying to convince other people. You ok? You want some tea?

Olivia: Ok, thanks.

Sam: Ok.

Sam: Let's see what we got here. Ok, we've got some English breakfast or earl grey. What's your choice?

Olivia: Sam, there's something I have to tell you.

Sam: You know, there's something I've got to tell you, too. Actually, that's why I was looking for you.

Olivia: You were?

Sam: Yeah. Who do you want to go first?

Olivia: You -- you go first.

Sam: Ok. Um, I went over to the dance studio to look for you.

Olivia: You did?

Sam: Yeah. I was worried, you know. Anyway, I saw one of the other dancers, and she told me you made the cut.

Olivia: What?

Sam: You are going to be auditioning for the Manhattan Ballet Conservatory.

Olivia: I am?

Sam: You are.

Olivia: Are you sure?

Sam: I read the list myself.

Olivia: They picked me? I don't know.

Sam: Yes, why wouldn't they? Ha ha.

Olivia: Oh -- my father's going to be in New York on business then. Maybe -- maybe it'll all work out. Maybe he'll get to see me dance.

Sam: I would love to see that happen.

Olivia: Oh, Sam, you just turned the whole day around for me.

Sam: No, I don't think I did. I think you turned your day around.

Olivia: They really picked me?

Sam: Yes. And you are not a phony. You are a wonderful dancer. You hear me? You remember that in the audition, and you don't have anything to prove to anyone.

Olivia: Thank you. Thank you for rescuing me. And thank you for being my friend when I'm such a jerk.

Sam: Oh. You sweetheart, you are not a jerk.

Olivia: Sam.

Sam: Stop thinking like that.

Olivia: I don't ever, ever want to lose you.

Sam: [Whispering] Come here.

Evan: Ok, why are you leaving?

Amanda: Because Mom's gonna be calling in tomorrow, and we have a lot of work to discuss.

Evan: Well, she can call you right here, and you can do all your work right here in this apartment.

Amanda: You're joking, right?

Evan: No, I'm not.

Amanda: I would not get a thing done. I have to go.

Evan: Amanda, this is your home. I want you to live with me.

Amanda: I want that, too.

Evan: All right. What's on your mind?

Amanda: I want us to last. I don't want to go through another divorce again.

Evan: Well, you won't.

Amanda: I read somewhere, divorce is always harder than people think it's going to be. Dismantling something that you worked so hard to build hurts.

Evan: Well, I think Olivia's probably taking care of Sam's hurt about right now.

Amanda: Olivia was all over Matthew tonight.

Evan: Oh, you don't believe that for a second, do you?

Amanda: Come on, she may have a little crush on Sam, but it's nothing.

Evan: Ok, hold -- let me ask you a question. Who did Sam call when he came back into town? Who knew where Sam was when you didn't?

Amanda: Olivia.

Evan: Right. So maybe that explains everything.

Amanda: Everything like?

Evan: Why Sam did the things that he did. See, I don't want to be the one to burst your bubble, but I think Sam and Olivia have been going at it all along.

Caroline: You and Marley have certainly accomplished a lot in a short time.

Jamie: Right. We were, uh, pretty efficient.

Caroline: You know, I think it's kind of funny that she's not interested in the job any longer, particularly seeing she was so keen a week ago.

Jamie: Well, then she decided to get married. The clinic is very demanding.

Caroline: So she wants her old job back and her old husband. I think that's a step backwards.

Jamie: Caroline, I didn't invite you out to discuss Marley.

Caroline: Mm, sorry.

Jamie: No, no. I am. Forget the clinic. You and I are gonna go out and have some fun.

Caroline: Great.

Jamie: Where would you like to go?

Caroline: Do you dance?

Jamie: Do I dance?

Caroline: I take that's a yes?

Jamie: Say the word, Miss Stafford, and you and I will dance the night away.

Caroline: Mm, I like the sound of that.

Marley: Jake? Jake? That's great.

Jake: [Laughs] I didn't know you were coming over.

Marley: Wanted to surprise you.

Jake: Well, I love surprises, especially when they look like you.

Marley: Where were you?

Jake: I was at Co -- the Corys' talking to Paulina.

Marley: Why?

Jake: Well, I loaned her some money when she was working here. I told her she could take her time paying it back.

Marley: You never told me you loaned her any money.

Jake: It wasn't that much money. Don't worry. The important thing is where were you? I tried calling you all day long, and I couldn't find you.

Marley: Oh, I was at the gallery. I asked Caroline for a job.

Jake: Great. What did she say?

Marley: Well, she didn't get a chance to say much of anything because Jamie showed up.

Jake: Looking for you?

Marley: Well, no, he was surprised to see me. He and Caroline have a date. She doesn't seem like his type.

Jake: Well, I'll be darned. I didn't think he had it in him. Wait a minute.

Marley: What?

Jake: You just saw Jamie?

Marley: Only for a minute.

Jake: This was a test, wasn't it? I mean, you asked me where I'd been, but you already knew because Jamie told you.

Marley: Yes, he did.

Jake: He wasn't going to miss this golden opportunity to tattle on me. His eyes must have lit up when he saw you.

Marley: I think it's me you should be angry with.

Jake: Why, because you thought I'd lie?

Marley: I just didn't know why you went to see Paulina.

Jake: I didn't know why you went to see Caroline. It's all the same thing.

Marley: No, it -- it's not the same thing. I didn't loan Caroline any money.

Jake: Marley, I am sick and tired of Jamie coming to you with things about me. Tired of defending myself. You have a decision to make. Either you trust me, or you don't.

Olivia: This is very kind of you.

Sam: No trouble at all. Get in there. Make yourself comfortable.

Olivia: Where are you going to sleep?

Sam: I got a sleeping bag over here. It's no trouble. I'm really not tired yet anyway.

Olivia: Oh, I am.

Sam: Listen --

Olivia: I've never been more tired in my life.

Sam: Yeah. Do you mind if I leave the lights on over here?

Olivia: No, that's -- that's fine.

Sam: You ok?

Olivia: Yeah.

Sam: I'm gonna try and get some work done tonight, all right?

Olivia: Ok, great.

No. N-no. Please --

Greg: Hey, look, I --

Olivia: Don't do this. No.

Sam: Olivia, are you ok? Huh? What's wrong? Come here. You ok?

Olivia: Oh, Sam.

Sam: What? What?

Olivia: He was -- he --

Sam: What?

Olivia: He smelled like beer, and he had his hands all over me.

Sam: Should have called the cops. Should have killed that guy. What's wrong? Come on, tell me.

Olivia: I thought it -- I thought it was ok, but it's just wh-when I close my eyes, I -- oh.

Sam: I know, I know. It's because of what I did. That's what you're feeling.

Olivia: No, it was my decision.

Sam: But you made your decision because of what I said.

Olivia: It was -- I was just tired of being treated like a kid. But after tonight, being a kid sounds pretty good.

Sam: Olivia, I can't love you the way you want me to.

Olivia: I know.

Sam: But if you ever need anybody, you call me.

Olivia: Thanks.

Sam: You are a beautiful, talented woman, and I know some day that you're gonna get everything you want.

Olivia: I don't think so.

Sam: [Whispering] Come here.

Vicky: So, just as I was about to go down the aisle, I found out the baby could be Jake's.

Ryan: Wow.

Vicky: Nifty timing, huh?

Ryan: So, did you stop the wedding?

Vicky: No, of course not. I was already out to here, and I didn't want to raise the baby alone, and I also knew that there was just as good a chance that the baby could be Jamie's, which it was.

Ryan: And then Jamie found out all about Jake.

Vicky: Yes. Of course, Jake made sure of that. And Jamie left me, and Jake made me take a paternity test and said that if the baby was his, he and Marley would sue me for custody.

Ryan: And Marley backed all this up?

Vicky: Yes. She dances to Jake's music. I think Jamie is just beginning to find that out.

Ryan: So, if it hadn't have been for Jake --

Vicky: Then I would probably still be married, and Jake and Marley could be off in Timbuktu, and you, my dear, would be charming some other lucky woman.

Ryan: Does this make you all -- feel kind of angry?

Vicky: Oh, you bet. I mean, they would all like to pretend -- all of these people would like to pretend that I don't exist.

Ryan: People?

Vicky: Well, Jake and Marley and Jamie and Jamie's family and everyone else --

Ryan: And so you remind them.

Vicky: Of course, I do. Oh, they all think that I'm the liar. You should hear some of the whoppers they tell each other to get me out of the picture.

Ryan: What kind of lies?

Vicky: Oh, uh, lies like, um, I'm not a good mother, so it doesn't matter if Steven's taken away from me. Lies like, I don't have any feelings, so I don't care if Jamie falls in love with my sister, or that my mother --

Ryan: What?

Vicky: Mm.

Ryan: Well, I think that you exist for Steven.

Vicky: Oh, I do -- he is the best thing in the world, and I would never do anything to hurt him.

Ryan: Do anything to him like what your mother did to you?

Vicky: What are you talking about?

Ryan: I don't know, just a -- just a guess. It's time for me to go.

Vicky: Yeah. Well, don't think you can just pop back in here tonight because I have to get some sleep.

Ryan: Fine.

Vicky: And tomorrow I've got a -- a really busy day, so I would appre --

Ryan: Stop it, Vicky.

Vicky: Stop what?

Ryan: I'm not going to forget that you exist. You don't have to remind me.

Vicky: I -- I wasn't --

Ryan: Listen. I'll talk to you, ok? Real soon.

Marley: I just wanted to know why you went to see Paulina.

Jake: Why didn't you just say that? Why didn't you just say that Jamie said he saw me with Paulina instead of the test?

Marley: I don't know.

Jake: I do. It's because Jamie has you questioning everything I do.

Marley: Jamie -- he -- he started caring for me, and he was trying to protect me.

Jake: He doesn't have to protect you from me.

Marley: It's all over now. It doesn't matter.

Jake: Is that why you left your job, because it's all over?

Marley: No, I left my job because I was tired of the two of you going after each other's throats. What, it -- does it matter? It's -- it's over. Isn't that what you wanted?

Jake: The only thing I want is you.

Marley: Honey. I'm sorry I didn't tell you. It was a mistake.

Jake: Don't you understand that everything I do is for you? For us? I love you more than anyone I've ever met in my life. And you have to understand that sometimes I want you -- sometimes I need you so much that I'm afraid I might lose you.

Marley: We're getting married. Why would you think you could lose me?

Paulina: Ken, it's me. Where are you? Why haven't you returned any of my calls? Jake was here again tonight. He's making threats. He's going to destroy everything if he doesn't get his money. Ken, we have to stop him.

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