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Another World Transcript Monday 9/11/06

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Rachel: Morning. I thought you'd be sleeping in this morning.

Paulina: Couldn't sleep. Last night was so exciting. Are you ok?

Rachel: Yes, why wouldn't I be?

Paulina: Did something happen last night between you and Ken?

Rachel: What are you up to today?

Paulina: Rachel, you said we were family now. Families talk about these things, remember?

Rachel: Ken had a change of heart. I'm having trouble understanding why.

Stacey: Ok, so he took a swing at you while you were putting the cuffs on? Ryan? Officer Harrison, hello?

Ryan: What?

Stacey: I am not asking for your undivided attention. Divided would be just fine with me.

Ryan: Sorry.

Stacey: What is that? Does that pertain to my client?

Ryan: Oh, this? No, it's a -- it's a thank-you note.

Stacey: Oh, a thank-you note. Well, I would thank you to read that on your own time. Right now I've got a guy in the slammer.

Ryan: He's lucky he's not in the hospital.

Stacey: So what exactly happened?

Ryan: Look, it was a clean bust. He resisted arrest. Now, I don't know what kind of garbage this guy told you, but it's not going to make a damn bit of difference in court. He's going to take this fall, Stacey.

Stacey: He is entitled to defense, is he not?

Ryan: Coffee?

Stacey: No. But thank you.

Ryan: Some party we had last night, huh?

Stacey: Yeah, I had pretty good time. What happened with you and Vicky?

Ryan: Well, I figured that if she spoke with her twin, it would've gotten real lively.

Stacey: But I guess since you picked her up and carried her off into the night, we're never going to know what happened, huh?

Ryan: I figured I -- I saved someone from something, but I -- I don't know who or from what. But I have a feeling you could tell me.

[Doorbell rings]

Donna: Hi, I was hoping you'd be here.

Vicky: I wish I weren't here.

Donna: I have to talk to you.

Vicky: I'm busy. I'm busy.

[Music stops]

Donna: You can workout some other time.

Vicky: You don't care about what anyone wants except yourself, do you?

Donna: I want to thank you for not saying anything to Marley last night about me and Jake.

Vicky: You mean about your affair with Jake? You have Ryan to thank. If it was up to me, after I heard you push Jamie on Marley, I would have told her everything.

Donna: All right, I'll thank Ryan, too.

Vicky: And by the by, if I had decided on my own to keep my mouth shut, it would have been for Marley's sake, not yours.

Donna: I know that. I know how much you love your sister, and that's why I can ask you to help.

Vicky: You have no right to ask me for anything.

Donna: Victoria, you have to help me stop her marriage to Jake, and you're the only one who can do it.

[Knock on door]

Marley: Hi. You busy?

Jake: It's all right.

Marley: Then, may I come in?

Jake: Of course. I'm sorry, come in.

Marley: What happened to your hand?

Jake: It's so stupid. I was at the gym and I was working out. I got my hand caught in one of those --

Marley: That's not what happened, is it? You came home last night after you were upset and you took your hand and went through one of these walls here, Jake --

Jake: No.

Marley: Because you got upset --

Jake: That's not what happened.

Marley: You do that all the time.

Jake: Listen, I have been thrown out of the Corys' before.

Marley: They had no right to treat you that way.

Jake: Honey, Jamie's been gunning for me for a long time.

Marley: Well, wouldn't you know, I come over to see if you're ok --

Jake: I am better than ok. In fact, now that you are here, I am great.

Frankie: You're early.

Lucas: I know. I was going crazy at home.

Frankie: Shh!

Lucas: What?

Frankie: Cass is still home.

Lucas: So?

Frankie: So if he finds out what he's doing, the whole thing's going to blow up in our face.

Cass: Frankie?

Frankie: What, honey?

Cass: Who's at the door?

Frankie: A guy selling cleaning stuff. Don't say a word, ok?

Cass: Does he have car polish?

Frankie: Who?

Cass: The cleaning guy.

Frankie: No. He didn't have what I want, so I sent him away. Close the door.

Cass:

Frankie: Where are you going?

Cass: To get my briefcase.

Frankie: Oh, I'll get it for you. Here you go.

Cass: And for my next move, I'm going to get some toast in the kitchen.

Frankie: Well, you can't because the toaster broke yesterday, so you'll have to pick something up on the way to the office.

Cass: Oh, I suppose I could do that.

Frankie: Yeah, and I think you should probably leave now because you don't want to be late for your first appointment, right?

Cass: Frankie, it's at noon.

Frankie: Yeah, still, you never know with traffic and everything.

Cass: Frankie?

Frankie: What?

Felicia: Knock, knock, knock.

Frankie: Hi.

Felicia: Hi.

Cass: I didn't know you were coming over today.

Felicia: No? Frankie invited me.

Frankie: Yeah.

Cass: You didn't tell me she was --

Frankie: Well, I invited her over to bat around a few ideas about decorating.

Felicia: Oh, really?

Frankie: Yeah.

Cass: Oh, maybe I better stay.

Frankie: No, you can't because you have to be out there earning bread, big bucks, so that you can pay for what Felicia and I come up with.

Cass: And Anthony.

Frankie: And Anthony.

Felicia: That Anthony?

Cass: The human money disposal. Yes, you're absolutely right. I'm out of here.

Frankie: Ok. See you, honey.

Cass: See you.

Frankie: You'll call me, right?

Cass: Yup.

Frankie: Bye.

Felicia: So, what do you want decorated?

Lucas: Fanny.

Ryan: What is so funny?

Stacey: Well, you. You playing super investigator all the time. You know, you really shouldn't let it spill over into your personal life.

Ryan: This is your roundabout way of telling me that you're not going to answer my question about Vicky?

Stacey: Harrison, we were at a party last night. It was not the scene of a crime.

Ryan: You're avoiding, Stacey.

Stacey: I'm avoiding nothing.

Ryan: Look, I saw your face when you saw Vicky going over to talk to Marley.

Stacey: My dear, you are inventing things.

Ryan: I have a feeling you know what the argument is between Vicky and her mother, don't you?

Stacey: What makes you so nosy?

Ryan: I'm interested. I'm interested in Vicky Hudson.

Stacey: Well, so, you might want to tell me what happened after you carried her off into the night.

Ryan: Now who's getting nosy, counselor?

Stacey: Ryan, it's just that I like you. And I don't want to see you getting in over your head with Miss Victoria Hudson Frame.

Ryan: If I didn't know you any better, I would say that you didn't like Miss Victoria Hudson Frame.

Stacey: Well, I've had a couple of run-ins with her, and -- no, I've got no axe to grind.

Ryan: What kind of run-ins?

Stacey: Put it this way. Anyone who's involved with Victoria doesn't come out without scratches. I think you should know something. She has a temper, a terrible temper. And when her claws come out, she can be very dangerous.

Vicky: I love it. I really -- I really love it. You think we are going to team up to help Marley?

Donna: Somebody has to help her. She needs us, Victoria.

Vicky: There is no "us." I was not put on this earth to carry out your rotten schemes.

Donna: Fine. I guess that means you don't care about your sister then.

Vicky: Yes, I do.

Donna: She's about to make a horrible mistake.

Vicky: Well, then let her make a mistake. Everybody else makes mistakes. Why can't Marley? Who cares?

Donna: I care.

Vicky: Oh, yes, that's right, I forgot. If Marley so much as stubs her toe, you are there to hold her hand. But me, I just don't seem to matter as much.

Donna: Victoria, that's just not true.

Vicky: Yes, it is true.

Donna: No, it's not. You're stronger than she is.

Vicky: You would like to think that I am stronger than she is.

Donna: You're tougher. You're a survivor.

Vicky: So is she. We are twins. We are made of the exact same stuff.

Donna: No. No, no, you're not. She's more delicate and vulnerable, and she's --

Vicky: Prettier, smarter, more wonderful, more adorable. Really, I've heard it all before. Thank you.

Donna: Her marriage to Jake could ruin her for life.

Vicky: That's a bit dramatic, don't you think?

Donna: That's exactly what's going to happen. She'll probably have a nervous breakdown --

Vicky: All right. Fine, fine.

Donna: And she won't be able to function at all.

Vicky: If you think that it will ruin her life, then why don't you tell her about your affair with Jake?

Donna: I can't do that. You know that.

Vicky: Well, I'm not going to do your dirty work for you.

Donna: It's not dirty work.

Vicky: I'm not going to do it. Get out.

Donna: I know you won't do this for me, it's for Marley. Look me in the eye and tell me that you think this marriage to Jake is fine. That Marley will be all right. That she's not throwing her life away. That's what I thought.

Paulina: Well, what did he say?

Rachel: He said he didn't want to see me anymore.

Paulina: I find that hard to believe.

Rachel: Yes, so did I.

Paulina: Well, maybe it's for the best, Rachel. You deserve someone you can trust completely, and Ken -- I guess he's just not that man.

Rachel: May we change the subject?

Paulina: Sure. I was thinking about going down to the clinic today. It's opening later this afternoon. Seeing if I could give Jamie a hand.

Rachel: That would be a nice thing to do.

Paulina: Yeah. Such a great thing he's doing. It'll mean so much to those people. That neighborhood -- it's a lot like the one I came from.

Rachel: You keep that up and you'll fit right in with this family.

Jamie: Hit it!

Ronnie: Let there be light. It's on.

Jamie: Yes. For a second-hand generator, that baby puts out some power.

Ronnie: And just in time, too. The clinic is opening in a couple of hours.

Jamie: Looking good, Ronnie. We're looking good.

Ronnie: Yes, we are. You know, Jamie, it's too bad Marley's not going to be able to be here.

Jamie: There wouldn't be a clinic if it wasn't for Marley. She deserves a lot of the credit.

Ronnie: Well, maybe she'll be able to stop by, or at least call or something.

Jamie: Yeah, maybe.

Ronnie: Ok, I think it's time for the final check.

Jamie: Final check? You must have done a dozen final checks.

Ronnie: Well, more like 20, but, hey, who's counting?

Jamie: Thanks.

Stacey: Oh, you're here.

Jamie: Stacey, hi.

Stacey: What is this, the calm before the storm?

Jamie: How are you doing?

Stacey: All right, I want to wish you good luck.

Jamie: Thank you.

Stacey: And I also forgot the key to my office. Do you have that spare handy

Jamie: Yeah, Ronnie has it. She's in the back.

Stacey: Great. You look kind of tired. What's the matter? You didn't get any sleep?

Jamie: I was just worried about today. You know, grand opening.

Stacey: You're upset about Marley.

Jamie: No, I'm not. She's out of my life, Stacey.

Stacey: Come on, Jamie. I saw how you looked at her last night. I know that you still care about her.

Jamie: Stacey, this conversation is going nowhere. Marley is marrying Jake.

Stacey: That is something I will never understand. I mean, how she could pick him over you. That man isn't right for Marley. That man isn't right for any woman.

Jake: 14, 15, that ought to do it, right?

Victor: Rent all paid.

Jake: Yeah, and so we can tear up that little eviction notice, huh?

Victor: Yeah, sure. I'm glad you found a way to clear up your debt, McKinnon.

Jake: Me too, Victor. Take care, all right?

Victor: Hey, your fiancÚ's a real knockout.

Jake: I think so, too, Victor. Have a good day. Sorry about the little interruption.

Marley: It's ok.

Jake: Feels good to get the landlord off my back.

Marley: Why did you have all that cash lying around, Jake?

Jake: Well, a customer came in and paid me in cash. It's tax reasons.

Marley: Came at a pretty good time, didn't it?

Jake: No kidding, he was about to kick me out of this place.

Marley: Jake, money problems are one thing. An eviction notice is very serious.

Jake: Marley, I've taken care of it. Everything is fine.

Marley: I thought you were going to have a lot of money after that whole project ended with Iris.

Jake: Marley, I don't want you to worry about my finances.

Marley: I'm not worried about the money, Jake. Why didn't you tell me that you were having problems with Iris?

Jake: I didn't tell you because you'd try to help me out, I'd say no, and then you and I would get in an argument.

Marley: I understand your not wanting to take money from me. I respect that. But you have got to tell me what is going on in your life.

Jake: You're right, I do. I'm sorry.

Marley: Jake, we are getting married. We have to be honest with each other. We have to be totally open. No more secrets.

Jake: No more secrets. Open and honest. From now on, I promise, always.

Marley: Ok.

[Knock on door]

Donna: Hi. Am I interrupting something?

Felicia: I thought you were my friend.

Lucas: Frankie's not to blame.

Frankie: No, I am. I am to blame.

Lucas: You want somebody to blame? Blame yourself, Fanny.

Felicia: Me?

Lucas: Yeah, you wouldn't even talk to me yesterday. And you knew I wouldn't give up until I talked to you. All Frankie did was give me the opportunity.

Frankie: Look, Felicia, you did the same thing for me and Cass when we were on the rocks, and I just wanted to return the favor, ok? Look, I'm going to go upstairs for a while, a long while.

Felicia: No, no.

Frankie: Yes, yes, yes.

Felicia: Why are you doing this?

Lucas: Why are you pulling away?

Felicia: You know why. Because I'm married and -- and you just broke off your engagement.

Lucas: I love you, Fanny. That's why I ended it with Iris. And as far as Mitch is concerned, that's over, too, but you won't admit it.

Felicia: It's not over. Don't you understand that none of this is right? This is not the way I saw my life.

Lucas: No, it's not some -- one of your simple storybook romances, that's for sure.

Felicia: I don't know what to do, Luke.

Lucas: I'm sure down deep, you know exactly what to do.

Felicia: Don't tell me what I'm supposed to feel.

Lucas: Go ahead, pull away, but you can't deny what's going on. It's there.

Jake: Donna, what are you doing here?

Donna: Well, actually, I wanted to discuss some wedding plans with my daughter.

Jake: That's a switch.

Marley: Definitely a switch.

Jake: But you know something? It actually couldn't come at a better time. Listen, I have some errands to run, and I'm going to go downtown. I'll be back in about an hour. If you're not here, I'll give you a call at home?

Marley: Ok. Bye.

Donna: What happened to --

Marley: What are you really doing here?

Donna: I wanted to discuss some plans.

Marley: All of a sudden?

Donna: Yes. I have an absolutely clear day. I don't have anything on my schedule, and I thought it would be a good day --

Marley: Donna, you have been against this wedding from the beginning. Now, out of the blue, you show up and you want to help? Why?

Donna: You're my daughter. I love you. I want to be a part of any major decision you make in your life, whether I'm against it or not.

Marley: What do you want to discuss?

Donna: Well, for one thing, a date.

Marley: Well, we're getting married as soon as possible.

Donna: Yes. Well, you know, there are lots and lots of arrangements to make, so I was thinking a big wedding in June, you know. June is a wonderful month --

Marley: I see right through this. You are not going to postpone the wedding by pretending that we have all these arrangements to make.

Donna: I'm not.

Marley: June? June? That is months and months away.

Donna: It'll go very quickly.

Marley: This won't work. This -- this definitely will not work, and I saw that quite clearly last night.

Donna: What did I do last night?

Marley: Well, for one, you stood behind Rachel and Jamie and applauded them when they escorted Jake out of the house.

Donna: That was because Jake was upset.

Marley: No, it is because you cannot stand Jake. And I don't appreciate you coming over here and pretending that you are a loving mother-in-law to him.

Donna: I'm trying, Marley. It's difficult at best. Jake has a bad track record.

Marley: That is between him and me, and that is none of your concern.

Donna: Somebody has to look out for your best interests.

Marley: Well, don't you pretend to care, ok?

Donna: Well, now, as long as we're talking about pretending, let's just take a look at what you're doing.

Marley: What?

Donna: You're lying to yourself. You married Jake once. It didn't work out. Why do you think it's going to work out now?

Marley: That's enough.

Donna: You were just like this when you were a child. You will not look at reality. You always insisted on seeing life through rose-colored glasses. If you would just come down to earth for one second.

Marley: I don't want to come down --

[Phone rings]

Marley: Excuse me. I will answer the phone. Hello?

Vicky: Marley, I need to talk to you. Can you come over here?

Marley: Yes, Vicky, I can. I'm finished here.

Vicky: All right, hurry up. Before I lose my nerve.

[Doorbell rings]

Vicky: Well, well.

Ryan: So, are we talking today?

Vicky: I'm talking. You talking?

Ryan: I'm always talking. I just can never be sure about you.

Vicky: Well, come in, if you want.

Ryan: For a while, sure.

Well, thank you for the thank-you note.

Vicky: No problem. Have a seat.

Ryan: Ok. So --

Vicky: So what?

Ryan: So, what is Vicky Hudson feeling today?

Vicky: Why do you ask?

Ryan: I just can never be sure, that's all.

Vicky: I'm feeling about the same.

Ryan: The same? Good.

Vicky: Why are you here, Ryan?

Ryan: Well, I know that last night didn't turn out exactly how we -- how we planned, but I, personally, had a terrific time.

Vicky: You did?

Ryan: Did you?

Vicky: I -- did.

Ryan: Good. Then maybe we can --

Vicky: Maybe we can --

Ryan: Would you like to try it again?

Donna: I'm not finished talking with you yet. Marley. You're marrying Jake because you think you should. Now, I spoke to Jamie last night.

Marley: You spoke to Jamie? I told you to stay out of this.

Donna: I know. I know I shouldn't have done it, and I'm sorry, because I hurt Victoria in the process.

Marley: Vicky knows that you talked to Jamie? Well, of course she was upset last night.

Donna: Marley. You can't marry Jake because you don't love him. You love Jamie.

Cass: So all things considered, adding in the Brava assets, I think that the revision for the schedule of Paulina's payments is appropriate.

Rachel: All right, whatever you say.

Cass: Tax-wise it makes the most sense.

Rachel: Good.

Cass: Well, then, that's settled.

Rachel: Good, anything else?

Cass: No. Except to say that the party was quite a success.

Rachel: Yes. Paulina looked lovely, didn't she?

Cass: Mac would have been very proud.

Rachel: Yes.

Cass: Ken said something about going back on that dive in the lake?

Rachel: Yes.

Cass: He does lead an interesting life, doesn't he?

Rachel: Yes.

Cass: Rachel?

Rachel: What?

Cass: Are you all right?

Rachel: No, I'm not. I'm not all right at all.

Stacey: Well, thanks, Ronnie.

Ronnie: Sure. Look, I'm going to get some tea. I am becoming nervous how about you guys?

Jamie: No.

Stacey: No, no for me, thanks. I got a lot of work to do, so I'll -- I'll talk to you later.

Jamie: Stacey, before you go, I wanted to ask you something.

Stacey: Oh, ok.

Jamie: When we talked earlier you said that Jake wasn't the right man for any woman. What did you mean by that?

Stacey: What did I mean by it?

Jamie: Yeah.

Stacey: Nothing. You know, it was one of those off-the-cuff comments you make that --

Jamie: No, no, no, Stacey, it was more than that. You've said things like that about Jake before.

Stacey: When?

Jamie: Stacey, come on. You've made very clear your low opinion about Jake, and you hardly know him.

Stacey: Look, you're making --

Jamie: And as far as I know.

Stacey: Jamie, you're making a bigger deal out of this than it is. I mean, I said a couple of things, and I --

Jamie: Stacey, did something happen between the two of you? Did you have an affair?

Stacey: No! God, what a lousy thing to say!

Jamie: Why, what's the story? I know there is a story. Come on, you can tell me, I'm your friend.

Stacey: You're still hooked on Marley, aren't you?

Jamie: No. You couldn't be more wrong. I've been over Marley for weeks.

Stacey: Well, then I guess Jake doesn't matter.

Paulina: Hi, Jamie, Stacey.

Jamie: Hi, Paulina.

Stacey: Hi, Paulina.

Paulina: Place looks great.

Jamie: Thank you.

Stacey: Well, listen, I better get going. I'll talk to you later, all right? Good bye. Bye, Paulina.

Paulina: Bye, Stacey. You, too. Well, I came by to help, but it looks like everything's under control. Did I come at a bad time?

Jamie: What? I'm sorry, Paulina.

Paulina: You were talking about something important, weren't you? I'm sorry.

Jamie: Jake.

Paulina: Oh. So there must be something I can do?

Jamie: Tell me the truth, Paulina. After everything Jake's put you through, why did you dance with him at the party? And why did Jake come to the party in the first place?

Donna: Ow -- oh! Let go of me.

Jake: What are you looking for?

Donna: Nothing.

Jake: Didn't look like nothing to me.

Donna: Get your hands off of me, please.

Jake: Donna, I thought you used to love it when we were close.

Donna: You are making me sick to my stomach, Jake.

Jake: Whatever you're looking for, you're not going to find it.

Donna: Stop. Please take your hands off me.

Jake: You think I'd be foolish enough to leave something laying around when I knew you were coming to visit?

Donna: Excuse me, I'm leaving.

Jake: You're not going anywhere. Not until you tell me where Marley is.

Donna: I don't know.

Jake: The two of you got in a fight, huh?

Donna: None of your business, Jake.

Jake: When are you going to realize that your daughter doesn't care how you feel about me because she loves me, Donna?

Donna: She doesn't know what a devious low-life you are.

Jake: You went to bed with me. What does that make you?

Donna: I know you, Jake. You'll do anything to keep this company because it's too important for you to be a big shot.

Jake: Here you go. It's my eviction notice. I don't need your money, Donna. I don't need anything from you, you know that?

Donna: You think you're so clever. Well, I'll tell you something. Somehow, someday, your world is going to come crashing around you. [Whispering] I'm going to see to it.

Ryan: So, what do you think we should do?

Vicky: Oh, well, let's see. We've been on rooftops.

Ryan: Uh-huh. We've been under train tracks.

Vicky: Mm-hmm. We've been in a mobster's home.

Ryan: So maybe we should do something a little bit more simple, like -- dinner?

Vicky: Dinner? How mundane.

Ryan: Well, mundane can be -- can be awfully fun.

Vicky: Well, it depends on who you're being mundane with. Let's just pick a restaurant without a terrace, all right?

Ryan: Ok. You smell really good.

Vicky: I do?

Ryan: You look great, too.

Vicky: You like this, huh?

Ryan: No, not the outfit, just you. Your face, your shoulders, your neck.

Vicky: Well, you obviously didn't think they were all that great last night.

Ryan: What's that supposed to mean?

Vicky: Well, had you thought they were so terrific you would have stayed.

Ryan: You have no idea how much I wanted to stay.

[Pager beeps]

Ryan: I have to call my boss.

Vicky: Uh-oh. Right now?

Ryan: Well, no, maybe not right now.

[Doorbell rings]

Vicky: I don't have to get that.

Ryan: Oh, good idea.

[Doorbell rings]

Vicky: Ok, I'll get that. You make your phone call. I'll send them away.

Vicky: Oh, that's right.

Marley: Did you forget that you invited me here?

Vicky: No. No, I just got a little distracted. Come in.

Marley: Sounded important.

Vicky: It is.

Marley: Well, what did you want to talk to me about?

Vicky: Jamie.

Felicia: I really have to leave.

Lucas: Not until you tell me. Not until you say it.

Felicia: Say what?

Lucas: That everything we had on Gold Street is still there and always will be.

Felicia: All right, yes. Yes, I do have feelings for you, deep feelings.

Lucas: Fanny, we belong together.

Felicia: Luke, I keep trying to forget about that night we slept together.

Lucas: That's all I can think about. I need you.

Felicia: Mitch needs me.

Lucas: Then why is he thousands of miles away?

Felicia: I have to try and figure out what's going on in my marriage. I owe him that much, and you, and myself.

Lucas: All right. You need time. I guess I'll have to wait. I'll wait.

Felicia: Thank you.

Lucas: Every day we wait, we waste.

Felicia: It has to be like this.

Lucas: Remember that time was taken away from us before --

Felicia: I know. Believe me, I know.

Lucas: Ok. Frankie?

Frankie: Yeah? Am I needed for something?

Lucas: I'm leaving.

Frankie: So soon?

Lucas: Yeah.

Frankie: Ok. I'll walk you to your car.

Felicia: International operator, please. Yes, operator, I need to call Tanzania, Africa. The number is 6-442-397. Oh, and, operator, I want to bill it to my number here, 555-9141. Mitch? Hi.

Mitch: I can barely hear you.

Felicia: Is that better?

Mitch: Yeah, that's much better. How are you?

Felicia: I need to see you.

Mitch: Is something wrong?

Felicia: I'm coming over there.

Mitch: When?

Felicia: I'm making the arrangements.

Mitch: Good. I think that's a good idea.

Felicia: I'll call you when I have the details.

Mitch: I'll see you soon.

Rachel: I'm sorry. I guess this is all getting to me.

Cass: Paulina? What did Ken have to say about all that?

Rachel: Why do you keep talking about Ken?

Cass: Because he was here and now he's not. Now, if I were to hazard a guess, I'd have to say that's another reason why you're upset today.

Rachel: And you'd be right.

Cass: I'm sorry.

Rachel: I don't really feel comfortable talking to you about this.

Cass: Why not?

Rachel: Because you don't like Ken.

Cass: This is true, but I do care a lot about you. So I promise I'll try to be objective.

Rachel: Promise?

Cass: Absolutely. So what did the slime do?

Rachel: Cass.

Cass: Did I say slime?

Rachel: He -- he said we were too different, and it would never work, you know, all of the standard things.

Cass: Well, that's kind of sudden.

Rachel: Yes, it didn't make any sense.

Cass: I promised I'd be objective.

Rachel: Yes, you did.

Cass: So here goes. When it comes to Ken Jordan, it could be a lot of things, none of which has anything to do with you directly.

Rachel: Do you know something I don't know?

Cass: I doubt it.

Rachel: So you're just saying that I'm better off without him.

Cass: Yes, I am.

Rachel: I wasn't the one who pursued him. He was very persistent.

Cass: And I can see how much you hated it.

Rachel: He helped me, Cass. He helped me let go of Mac, stop living through the children, have my own life.

Cass: Rachel, I know.

Rachel: I don't care what anyone says, I'm not letting this go until I find out what's going on.

Marley: I know what you're going to say. I just spoke with Donna and she told me that she talked to Jamie last night. It was the wrong thing to do, and I'm sorry --

Vicky: That's not what I want to talk to you about.

Marley: Oh. I thought you would be really upset with me.

Vicky: You thought I was going to rake you over the coals for Donna's matchmaking, but I'm not.

Marley: Oh.

Vicky: I want to apologize.

Marley: Apologize for what?

Vicky: Last night. I had a revelation of sorts.

Marley: Go on.

Vicky: Jamie was my husband. And we share a child together. And I probably will always think of him as mine, but you're my only sister. And I guess blood really is thicker than water.

Marley: What are you saying?

Vicky: I don't want you to marry Jake to spare my feelings.

Marley: Vicky, I -- I don't think we --

Vicky: Just let me finish, ok? I admit it would be hard for me to see you with Jamie. But it would be a lot easier to see that than see you trapped in a really bad marriage with Jake.

Marley: Vicky --

Vicky: He's not worthy of you, Marley.

Marley: He's the man that I love.

Vicky: I don't believe that.

Marley: Well, no matter what you believe, Jamie belongs to you, and he probably always will.

Vicky: Marley, you don't have to --

Marley: Just let me finish now, ok? I am getting back together with Jake because we have something that is really special. And I walked away from it once, and I believe with all my heart that I can have that back. So, I want you to be happy for me and tell me you'll be my maid of honor. Please.

Vicky: Oh, please, this is -- this is a really big step. Marley, you have to think about this --

Marley: No, I've -- I've thought about it a lot, and I need to know that you'll be by my side when I walk down the aisle. Will you be?

Vicky: You're my sister.

Marley: Thank you for what you said about Jamie, but I think you're right -- blood really is thicker than water.

Vicky: Let's talk this out.

Marley: No, the next time we talk I want to talk about a wedding gown, ok?

Frankie: But I couldn't tell you because I knew you'd be angry.

Cass: Well, I'm angry now, so your little plan failed all the way around, didn't it?

Frankie: But if I had told you, you wouldn't have let me do what I did.

Cass: You're damn right I wouldn't have.

Frankie: So I was right to do what I did!

Cass: Your logic escapes me, Frankie.

Frankie: [Sighs] Ok. You were right. It was stupid. I promise I'll never do anything like that again.

Cass: Why am I having trouble believing that?

Frankie: No, I swear, I swear. It was a one-shot deal, and it doesn't really matter anyway because I have the sneaking suspicion it's going to work.

Cass: But I thought you said that neither one of them were happy when Lucas left.

Frankie: Well, that's true, but deep down -- deep, deep down they really love each other. So it stands to reason that they'll get together.

Cass: No, that's the point -- it does not stand to reason.

Frankie: Well, I hope they do because Lucas might make Felicia happy, and she has not been happy lately with Mitch.

Cass: Being in love with someone and being made happy by that same person are not always the same thing.

Frankie: Who's that coming from? Cass, I --

Cass: I said not always. However, in our case, Mary Frances, being in love and being happy definitely go together.

Frankie: Ok. That's more like it.

Ryan: Congratulate me. I just got promoted to detective.

Vicky: That's great.

Ryan: Because of my work on the Marius case.

Vicky: Well, you see -- you see what happens when you hang out with me?

Ryan: Who was at the door?

Vicky: My sister. She's about to make a really big mistake.

Ryan: Because she's going to marry Jake?

Vicky: Yeah. The thought of it makes me want to cringe.

Ryan: She loves Jake.

Vicky: She doesn't love him. She wants to do the right thing, which is what she's always wanted to do.

Ryan: But it's her life.

Vicky: So I'm not supposed to care about it?

Ryan: Don't interfere, Vicky.

Vicky: She's my sister.

Ryan: So you're going to interfere?

Vicky: Definitely.

Ryan: So what if she wants Jamie? Is he still your territory?

Vicky: He was my husband.

Ryan: So you're going to carry a torch for him for the rest of your life, is that the deal?

Vicky: No, I think I'm ready to move on. Now, let's stop the sister talk. Why don't you come over here and tell me how great I look again.

Ryan: Actually, I have got to go back downtown.

Vicky: Now?

Ryan: New responsibilities. But I will pick you up around 6:00, ok?

Vicky: Mm-hmm. I'll be here.

Ryan: I forgot - Bye.

Vicky: Bye.

Paulina: I just wanted to show Jake and Marley that there were no hard feelings, that's all.

Jamie: That's why you danced with him?

Paulina: Mm-hmm. Obviously, it was a mistake, but at the time --

Jamie: That's too simple an explanation, Paulina. Something else is going on.

Paulina: Leave it alone, Jamie, all right?

Jamie: I can't leave it alone, Paulina. That's been my problem from the start.

Paulina: This isn't about me. It's about Marley. You love her, don't you? You don't deserve this, Jamie. Neither of us do.

Jake: Stay out of my life.

Donna: As long as you're involved with my daughter, I'm going to do everything I can to destroy you, Jake. Hi.

Marley: Oh, you're still here.

Jake: She was just leaving.

Marley: No, don't leave. I have an announcement to make.

Jake: Let's hear it.

Marley: I came up with the perfect day for our wedding.

Jake: When?

Marley: November 15. Just a couple of weeks before thanksgiving.

Jake: That sounds great.

Marley: I thought we had a lot to be thankful for.

Jake: We do.

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