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Another World Transcript Wednesday 9/13/06
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John: Oh, we never used to have to lock the doors to the farm. It may be a good time to start.
Grant: Are you all right?
Sharlene: Grant, this isn't --
John: Get out, Harrison.
Sharlene: Grant --
John: Get out.
Sharlene: Please, the two of you, just stop.
John: Look, how long are you going to stand there before you get the hint?
Grant: Look, I'm not going anywhere until Sharlene tells me to go.
John: You may be used to getting your way --
John: Other places, congressman, but this is my house --
Sharlene: You walked without your cane.
Jake: Tony, man, listen, I want you to play at my wedding. It's November 15. What, you got something else going? You're going to have to cancel it, you know? How many people? Tons of people, hundreds of people, all the right people.
Marley: Tops, 35.
Jake: Hey, wait, when have you ever known me to do anything small? That's not a problem. I don't -- you don't come cheap, that's not a problem.
Marley: What, how much?
Jake: How would you like me to pay you 7,500 in cash?
Marley: $7,500, are you out of your mind? Jake, we don't --
Jake: How's the video business? I'm going to pay you 7,500 in cash and you're asking me how the video business is? It's great. By the way, you guys shot a video? Don't even think about it until you come see me, all right? Later, Tony. Yeah.
Jake: Anything good?
Stacey: Something special happen if you stare at it long enough?
Jamie: It opens spontaneously.
Stacey: That's nice ribbon.
Jamie: Yeah, Marley put it on.
Stacey: Is she here?
Jamie: No, she bought this bottle back in August. Said that we would open it and celebrate together on the day the clinic opened.
Stacey: Well, I think that you should stick to your word and call her up. Go on.
Jamie: I don't think so, Stace.
Stacey: Well, then take the bottle over to her place and celebrate over there.
Jamie: Look, will you drink this with me?
Stacey: I think that maybe you should save it for her --
Jamie: I don't need advice. What I need is a drinking buddy. What do you say?
Sam: There you are. Boy, am I glad I found you.
Olivia: I thought you never wanted to speak to me again.
Sam: No, no, no, listen. Evan has taken Amanda to Santo Domingo for a quickie divorce.
Olivia: Wait a minute. Back up a second, what?
Sam: We need to go there tonight.
Olivia: We? Sam, I --
Sam: Olivia, I need you. You are my witness. I can't stop him without you.
Marley: So, did you sign your life away to the band that's playing our wedding?
Jake: Why are you hiding that paper from me?
Marley: Answer me.
Jake: Ok. Tony's an old friend of mine and he has a great band that just signed a big record contract. And I want this to be the hottest wedding in the history of Bay City.
Marley: Well, I've got to get -- I've got to get going for a little while.
Jake: Great, I'll go, too. Where are we going?
Marley: I have to do this alone.
Jake: Ooh, that sounds mysterious.
Marley: It is supposed to be a surprise. We are getting married, you know. There's a little special in here for fall brides that --
Jake: Of which you are the most beautiful.
Marley: Well, anyway, I do have to register at Jacobson's, because my Mom will go a little crazy when her friends ask her what my China pattern is and I don't have one.
Jake: I don't think Donna's going to be really concerned about your China pattern shopping.
Marley: Believe me, she will be. See you later.
Jake: Hey. I want you to know that now that we set the date, I feel like this is really going to happen.
Marley: Yeah, it's not that far off.
Jake: Hey --
Marley: You've got to finish all the calls on this list, ok?
Jake: It's going to go right this time, Marley. I'm not going to mess up.
Marley: It's -- it's both of our responsibility.
Jake: I made a lot of mistakes. And I know you love me and you always have. And I am going to do everything I can to give you the kind of life you deserve. I love you. And I love what we are now.
Marley: See you.
Jake: Shop well.
Jamie: There you go -- to the clinic.
Stacey: Yeah, to the clinic. Well, yeah, this is real festive, huh?
Jamie: Glad you like it, Stace.
Stacey: I had more fun at wakes.
Jamie: Hey, I'm having a ton of fun here.
Stacey: I think you ought to call her.
Jamie: I think you ought to have another drink.
Stacey: Come on, why don't you just admit that you love her?
Jamie: Look, that and a quarter won't buy me a cup of coffee, ok? Look, drink up. This is great stuff.
Stacey: Why do you have to pretend that you're not hurt? I mean, I can see it.
Jamie: Stacey, I'm hurt, ok? What am I supposed to do? Life goes on.
Stacey: Well, you don't let her walk away from you.
Jamie: No? Why not? Why should I keep ramming my head against the wall?
Stacey: Because you love her. She loves you. But both of you are acting impossible.
Jamie: How do you know that she loves me, Stacey?
Stacey: Well, it doesn't take a master's degree in -- in human behavior to figure this one out. It's pretty simple.
Jamie: Yeah, well, she's marrying Jake.
Stacey: You would be better for her and you know it.
Jamie: I don't know, maybe not. Look at me. I'm a poor risk. I keep bad hours here. When this place opens up, it's going to get even worse. She's better off without me.
Stacey: All right, what about you, then? What about you without her?
Jamie: Stacey, I thought I asked you to drink with me. Drink.
Stacey: I hate to see you like this.
Jamie: Look, I've had a lot of disappointments in my life. But this, I can't tell you how it's tearing me up.
No more talk about this, ok?
Rachel: Hi, am I late?
Jamie: No. Hi, Mom.
Rachel: Hi, Stacey.
Stacey: Hi, Rachel.
Rachel: How are you doing? You look cute.
Stacey: Oh, thanks. You know, you are just the one to tell Jamie that he should go talk --
Jamie: About how great this champagne is, Mom. How about you help me celebrate the fulfillment of my dreams?
John: Get out, Grant.
Grant: But you were upset when I got here. I was only trying to help you.
Sharlene: Grant, really, this isn't the right time.
Grant: All right, are you going to be all right?
John: Get out.
Grant: Look, if you want some privacy, if you just want to be alone, come to my suite --
John: Are you going to wrap this up soon, Harrison?
Grant: Good-bye, Sharlene.
Sharlene: John, how do you feel?
John: A little weird.
Sharlene: Do you need this?
John: I don't know. Let me -- let me -- let me try.
Sharlene: Be careful, John.
Vicky: A girl could set a clock by you, officer.
Ryan: Ooh, that's detective, now.
Vicky: Going to come in, detective?
Vicky: Want a drink or something?
Ryan: Oh, no, I think I better keep my head clear, if you don't mind.
Vicky: What, are you distracted or something?
Ryan: I had a real rough day.
Vicky: I know.
Ryan: What do you know?
Vicky: I know how hard your day was. Oh, it's good to see you got that jelly donut stain out of your shirt.
Ryan: Yeah, I changed. How did you know that?
Vicky: Oh, and the assault and battery on River Road -- boy, I thought you would be caught up there for hours.
Ryan: Uh-huh, yeah, I was wrapping up some cases.
Vicky: And then the stolen cars on Ridge Street?
Ryan: Oh, ok --
Vicky: I tell you.
Ryan: Where is it?
Vicky: Where is what?
Ryan: The police scanner, come on.
Vicky: What? What is a police scanner?
Ryan: Tell me -- where is the police scanner?
Vicky: I have no idea what you are talking about.
Ryan: Am I going to have to bring out the big light and sweat it out of you?
Vicky: Promises, promises.
Ryan: The bookcase?
Vicky: What bookcase?
Ryan: The book --
Vicky: You want it? You want it, honey?
Vicky: You want it bad?
Ryan: You know I do.
Vicky: You're going to have to go through me to get it.
Olivia: Can you cover for me with aunt Liz tonight, Josie? I'll explain everything, I promise. Thank you. Mm-hmm, yeah, I made the flight right after yours. Thank you, guys, again, for coming to New York. It made all the difference in the world. Look, something came up and I really have to handle it tonight, ok? I owe you one, thank you so much. Bye. Well?
Sam: They've got one flight out to Santo Domingo tonight and it's booked, so I got us on a standby list.
Olivia: Well, look, why don't we just wait until tomorrow? We'll sleep on this.
Sam: Olivia, I don't have that kind of time. I've got to get there tonight.
Olivia: But you just told me that all the flights are booked.
Sam: Olivia, if we have to take a freight flight, if I have to charter my own damn plane, we have to get there to stop him tonight.
Olivia: I thought you wanted to go through with your divorce.
Sam: Divorce? It has more to do with than just a divorce. Look, he goes down with Amanda, he forces her to get a divorce, and then he marries her himself. That's it.
Olivia: Isn't that a little far-fetched?
Sam: For Evan? No way.
Olivia: All right, all right, look, if he was planning some romantic honeymoon, why would he bring Alli along?
Sam: Because he wants to keep me away from her. And then they may just stay there, then we'll never see her again. What am I supposed to do then?
Olivia: Well, I don't know what it is you think you're going to stop. If they want to be together, Sam, I --
Sam: Olivia, for the last six months, I have watched my marriage and my reputation go down the tubes because Evan Bates wanted my life for his own. Now I have the proof. I need you to go with me to tell Amanda what you know and to be my witness.
Olivia: And then?
Sam: And then I will get Amanda and Alli away from this lunatic, once and for all.
Olivia: If I had been straight with you from the start, Evan never would have gotten this --
Sam: Oh, come on. Now, look, I don't care about that now. All I want to see is Evan's face when Amanda realizes how wrong she's been. That's all I care about.
Olivia: And you're sure you want me there?
Sam: I need you. I can't do it alone. I need you as backup. Now, will you go to Santo Domingo with me tonight? All right, let's go.
Amanda: Ok, so what's the big secret?
Evan: What secret?
Amanda: Where are we staying? What's this place like?
Evan: Well, let's see. It's beautiful, sunny, and it's very, very private.
Amanda: Is Alli going to have something to do?
Evan: Of course, nobody will be bored. Trust me.
Amanda: Well, this is exciting.
Evan: This is what the rest of our lives is going to be like.
Amanda: Tell me more.
Evan: Well, we'll be able to do whatever we want to do whenever. And we'll always do it together. Sometimes, we'll bring the kids along.
Amanda: Kids? Plural?
Evan: Well, yeah. We're going to have whatever we want in life. And you will never be alone or hurt again, because I'll always be there for you.
Amanda: I wish we were there.
Evan: Well, we are almost there.
Amanda: Is that the island?
Evan: Yeah, I think so.
Amanda: Oh, Alli was talking Hilda's ear off about the sky and the plane and the clouds. I'm gonna go show her the island.
Jamie: There you go, Mom.
Rachel: Thank you. Well, um, is this it?
Jamie: I think so.
Stacey: Why don't you just tell her? She'll give you some advice.
Jamie: Look, Mom, how about a tour of the clinic?
Rachel: Well, that's why I came.
Jamie: Great. Stacey, why don't you do the honors, please?
Rachel: No, no, no, you don't have -- she doesn't --
Jamie: No, no, Mom, let Stacey do it.
Stacey: No, no, no, I would be delighted. Come on.
Jamie: Thank you.
Rachel: Good, well, then you can tell me what you were going to tell me before you were so rudely interrupted.
Stacey: All right, come along.
Jamie: Good thing you're here.
Marley: Why is that?
Jamie: Almost polished off your bottle of champagne without you.
John: I haven't walked without a cane in a long, long time, Sharlene.
Sharlene: Yeah, I know.
John: I can't imagine what I was thinking.
Sharlene: John, maybe if you kept trying, gradually you wouldn't need the cane.
John: Yeah, nothing would be different.
Sharlene: You walked without your cane, John.
John: What do you suppose happened? Do you think I was miraculously cured?
Sharlene: No, but maybe if you got yourself into some sort of physical therapy program, you might be able to get over the problem --
John: No, I'm not going to get over my limp. There's still shrapnel in my leg.
Sharlene: You were the one who told me yourself that the doctors have never been able to figure out why you need a cane, even with the shrapnel. So with a physical therapy program or some sort of psychological --
John: Sharlene, I don't want to talk about my leg. I want to know why Grant walks in here like this is his house.
Sharlene: John, I asked him to leave and he did.
John: No, he walks in here like he owns the place. Now, what was going on while I was away? Whatever it was, Sharlene, it's over. I'm not about to live my life looking over my shoulder checking to see if Grant's there.
Sharlene: I know.
John: I'll be damned.
Sharlene: John --
John: No, it's ok. Yeah, it's...
Sharlene: I'm sorry about all this.
John: Sharlene, all I want is for our life to be like it was before. I can't do that by myself.
Vicky: Oh, my. Oh, my -- is this your idea of romance?
Ryan: Are you going to tell me?
Vicky: Tell you what? Ok, all right, let go of me. I'll show you where it is.
Ryan: Uh, ok.
Vicky: Get off. Here.
Ryan: Did you think that you were going to be able to keep track of me this way?
Vicky: No, no, it's Bridget's, anyway.
Ryan: So the little Scottish woman has a thing for police talk?
Vicky: Yeah, she likes it. She has a C.B. Radio, too.
Ryan: Oh, come on, get out of town.
Vicky: No, scout's honor.
Vicky: I borrowed this because I thought it would be a -- a good way to --
Ryan: Meet guys? -
Vicky: Oh, honey, I've got -- I've got no problem in that department.
Ryan: You sure don't.
Vicky: But I learned a lot listening to this.
Ryan: Oh, like?
Vicky: Like you guys do a lot of talking during the course of a day.
Ryan: Yeah, well, among other things.
Vicky: And then when that lady comes over, the dispatch lady, she comes over and says "telephone," it turns all business.
Ryan: Yeah, well, that means that the police chief is in his patrol car and he's monitoring the radio.
Vicky: Yeah, I figured as much.
Ryan: So, why so curious?
Vicky: I like to know things.
Ryan: Oh, did you think you were going to find out some deep, dark secrets about me?
Vicky: Hmm, the thought crossed my mind.
Ryan: Hmm, uh-huh. Or were you just concerned about my safety?
Vicky: Fat chance.
Ryan: Yeah, I knew that was a long shot.
Vicky: So tell me more.
Ryan: Well, right now I'm experiencing a 342. It's in progress.
Vicky: What's that?
Ryan: It means that the officer has an L.O.C.
Ryan: Yeah, loss of concentration. Usually has to do with, um -- do something with a woman. It's a police talk for telling each other that you're going to be useless for the rest of the, uh -- rest of the shift.
Vicky: Oh. Well, your L.O.C. must have been pretty intense today, huh?
Ryan: Yeah, it was crippling.
Vicky: I'll bet. She must be some woman.
Ryan: Yeah, she sure is.
Vicky: Anyone I know?
Marley: Saw your picture in the paper.
Jamie: Yeah, Matt told me it should get me a lot of dates.
Marley: Matt's right.
Jamie: So I didn't think I would see you here today, Marley.
Marley: Well, I saw the article and I couldn't ignore what today means.
Jamie: To me?
Marley: To us. Jamie, this clinic still matters to me. I'm -- I'm sorry it didn't work out better for us.
Jamie: Yeah, I'm sorry, too.
Marley: Well, you've got to be happy.
Jamie: Right, I love working here alone.
Marley: Jamie, you are the one who asked me to leave.
Jamie: Don't -- you didn't give me a choice, Marley.
Marley: Jamie --
Jamie: Look, I'm happy we started this place. It's needed badly in this neighborhood. I needed your help. That's how I got it started. But damn it, you should have been here to be part of this today.
Marley: Jamie, I was here. I was a -- I was a part of getting this ready and I loved it. I loved being a part of this.
Rachel: Ok, well, I'll keep it mum.
Rachel: Hey, Marley, the clinic is terrific.
Marley: Oh, good.
Rachel: You guys have done a terrific job. I'm very proud of you.
Jamie: Thanks, Mom.
Stacey: Hi, Marley.
Marley: Hi, Stacey. Rachel?
Marley: I'd like to ask you a question.
Marley: Why -- why did you treat Jake the way you did at Paulina's party the other night?
Jamie: Because Jake was acting like a jerk.
Marley: I -- I know why you were upset with him.
Rachel: I'm sorry that it made you uncomfortable, Marley, but my objection was with Jake.
Marley: What was your objection? We were both invited.
Rachel: Oh, well, no, that wasn't exactly accurate. I invited you with your family and I was hoping that Jake would have the good sense to stay away.
Marley: I don't understand.
Rachel: Marley, I know that you are planning to marry Jake, but Paulina was very upset that Jake led her on.
Marley: Led her on?
Rachel: Ah, well, a week ago, Paulina thought that Jake was going to marry her. I guess you didn't know that.
Marley: No, no, I didn't know that her infatuation had gone quite that far.
Rachel: Well, I think it was more than an infatuation. Jake misled her and it hurt her very much. So when he showed up at the party, I didn't think it was exactly appropriate.
Marley: I'm sorry if we caused your family any embarrassment.
Rachel: No, you didn't.
Marley: I have to go, Jamie. Good luck, I hope you get everything you want. Bye. Excuse me.
Rachel: She didn't know.
Stacey: No, she didn't.
Rachel: Well, her allegiance to Jake makes more sense to me now.
Stacey: Why, what do you mean?
Rachel: Well, I just don't believe that Marley would have agreed to marry Jake if she had known how close he was to Paulina just a week ago, so obviously he didn't tell her. He was lying to her.
Amanda: Thanks for helping me set Hilda and Alli up in their room.
Evan: Hey, it's my pleasure.
Amanda: It's beautiful here.
Evan: Yeah, just like you.
Amanda: Everything smells so fresh. And the breeze from the ocean, it's just -- I really needed to get away with you. This was a great idea.
Evan: We have a lot of nights like this.
Amanda: It's magical here.
Evan: It's magic when we're together, don't you think?
Amanda: I can't tell you how happy you make me.
Evan: This place is going to be very, very special to us.
Amanda: It already is.
Evan: Let me show you how much I love you.
Sam: Congratulations, by the way.
Olivia: Oh, for the ballet?
Olivia: Thanks. Josie and Reuben and Matthew all showed up for moral support.
Sam: Yeah? That's nice.
Olivia: It really was. I couldn't quite believe it.
Olivia: Well, most of the time, I feel like I'm alone. But I have a lot of friends and family who really care about seeing me get the things I want out of life.
Sam: Why would that surprise you?
Olivia: Well, I'm not feeling particularly good about myself lately as a person, because of what I did to you.
Sam: Yeah, I'm finding that difficult to understand still, too, why you lied to me.
Olivia: I'm not sure I understand either.
Sam: I know. Lately, I've done some things that I've regretted, too, though. Things I thought I was doing for all the right reasons and...
Olivia: Do you think you could forgive me?
Sam: I don't know. I can't think about that now. I still get too angry.
Sam: Olivia, nothing has changed.
Olivia: What do you mean?
Sam: All I really want right now is to get Evan Bates out of Amanda's life before he ruins it.
Olivia: And then what happens? Do you go back to her?
Sam: Of course not.
Olivia: But if she's free --
Sam: Olivia, Amanda is the mother of my child, but I don't love her anymore.
Olivia: I'm sorry if I've pushed you.
Sam: I am not going to let that liar beat me. I'm going to get him. Evan Bates will be out of Amanda's life before tomorrow.
Voice on scanner: 2-2-4, West 4-0, car 12, over. That's an armed robbery in progress.
Vicky: Ignore it.
Ryan: Hmm, fine, whatever you say.
Vicky: Don't get it.
Ryan: Ok. Vicky.
Vicky: Mm-hmm? Ok, ok, all right. I'll get the door. You just don't move. Oh, yeah -- hold, yeah -- hold that thought, ok? Ah, Ryan, I have to get the door.
Marley: I wanted to talk to you about something. Hi, Ryan.
Vicky: We were, uh -- Ryan's here, come in.
Ryan: Why don't I make us all some margaritas? Sound good?
Vicky: Great idea. Straight up, not frozen, got it?
Ryan: Got it.
Vicky: You look upset.
Marley: I'm sorry I interrupted.
Vicky: He's not going anywhere. Talk to me.
Marley: It's about Jake.
Marley: When -- when Paulina was living here with you, were they, um -- were they dating?
Vicky: You were in France.
Marley: So they were?
Vicky: Not exactly.
Marley: Well, what exactly were they doing?
Vicky: Well, uh, he met her here one day and she kept getting his name wrong. She was calling him Jack.
Marley: Jack, that's cute, Jack.
Vicky: Yeah, I guess he thought it was cute. He asked me about her and I said I didn't want him dating my son's nanny. He was just being Jake.
Marley: You mean he was flirting with her?
Vicky: All I know is the next thing I knew she was back at the Corys' and working for Jake.
Marley: So you don't know if anything really did happen between them? Vicky?
Vicky: I don't know how she got her job. Marley, why don't you just ask Jake yourself?
Marley: I have asked Jake.
Vicky: And you don't believe him.
Marley: Well, I've been hearing some things and I just want to be sure.
Vicky: Before you do something crazy like marrying Jake again.
Marley: Vicky, do you think a month is a long enough period of time to plan a wedding?
Vicky: Depends on the wedding.
Marley: Well, it is right around the holidays and all.
Marley: And it is a hectic time.
Vicky: It sure is.
Marley: Maybe we should wait until Valentine's day.
Vicky: Easter, even.
Marley: Well, um, thank you for the advice.
Vicky: I didn't give you any.
Marley: Yes, you did.
Vicky: Marley, I hope you can still call me when you need me.
Marley: I'm here now, aren't I?
Ryan: What happened?
Vicky: Seems like my sister's getting cold feet.
Ryan: I can't keep it straight anymore. Are you -- does that make you mad or glad?
Vicky: It makes me nervous.
Ryan: For yourself?
Vicky: Uh-uh. Marley bruises easily and I think she's in for a big one this time. I just hope she can hack it.
Jamie: That kills that bottle.
Stacey: It knocked me out.
Rachel: Well, this was great. I'm going to have to get back to --
Grant: Hi, hope I'm not too late.
Jamie: Grant, too late?
Grant: Yeah, I thought the clinic was opening today.
Jamie: Well, ceremonially, yes, but not as far as the day-to-day things.
Grant: Well, listen, I'm here to offer my support.
Grant: Mm-hmm. Yeah, I am going to have my -- some of my staff sit with your money people and talk federal funding for this place.
Rachel: Well, your off ice turned down the clinic's initial request for funds, congressman.
Grant: Well, I know that. But, I mean, that's -- one of my assistants informed me of that and that's one of the reasons that we are here today.
Jamie: Well, thank you, Grant. We can use all the support we can get.
Grant: Well, you know what I would really like to do? I would like to organize another fund-raiser. I think that -- spread the word around and just get some more money coming in here, don't you think?
Stacey: Wow, Jamie, that would be great for you.
Rachel: Well, what are you thinking?
Grant: Oh, I was thinking maybe, like, a $200-a-plate dinner, say at Tops? Now, Rachel, I know that you are probably very good at that kind of thing. And I could probably have you talk to Sharlene Hudson, make an appointment --
Jamie: Wait, uh --
Grant: Well, you know, she manages the place now.
Rachel: Well, we could talk about it.
Grant: Yeah, I think that would be great.
Stacey: Congressman, I hope you don't mind my asking, but why the sudden interest in the private sector?
Grant: Well, I really, really want to help this community and I really want this clinic to thrive, that's all.
Sharlene: Well, hi.
Sharlene: Everything ok?
John: Yeah, I just -- just needed some air.
Sharlene: How do you feel?
John: I feel fine, but I think this whole thing is a fluke, Sharlene. I'm never going to learn to walk without my cane.
Sharlene: Are you sure?
John: Yeah. Have a cup?
Sharlene: Yeah. Yeah. You know, um, I liked what you said before.
Sharlene: About how sure you are of us, how important the past is.
John: I hope it's important to you, too.
Sharlene: Of course it's important to me. John, there is still so much that I feel like I have to learn about me.
John: Sharlene, the past can help you better understand our -- the future.
Sharlene: And I want to go back there with you. I want to be able to do that. I want to have the memories -- oh, my.
John: What is it?
Sharlene: Give me your hand. This way. Do you feel that?
John: [Chuckles] Feels like there is a soccer game going on in there.
Sharlene: Isn't that amazing? He's so strong. You feel it?
Sharlene: [Chuckles] Oh, John. Oh, boy, this makes the other day when we felt it kick seem like it was just...
John: That wasn't me.
Marley: Jake. Jake, I'm back.
Hello, this is Marley McKinnon. I would like to cancel the date I reserved for my wedding at your church. Yes, it was November 15. Well --
Jake: What's going on?
Marley: It's -- it's just a postponement, actually. And I'll get back to you when I -- I find out the date, ok? Thank you.
Marley: Jake, we need to talk.
Jake: How could you do something like that without talking to me first?
Marley: I just decided we needed more time.
Jake: So you took it upon yourself to cancel our wedding?
Marley: One -- one month is not enough time to get all the details taken care of.
Jake: What details? Let's elope. You want to elope? Let's elope.
Marley: I don't understand why a postponement bothers you so much.
Jake: You didn't go shopping for a China pattern, did you?
Marley: What? Why do I feel like I'm getting the third degree?
Jake: Who did you see?
Marley: I talked to Vicky.
Marley: She didn't make me do anything I didn't want to do.
Jake: What did she tell you?
Jake: She doesn't want us to be together, Marley. She tried to do this the first time.
Marley: Jake, she cares about me.
Jake: Since when?
Jake: She wants everything. She doesn't want you to be with Jamie. She doesn't want you to be with me.
Marley: Stop it!
Jake: Anybody she made a move -- well, she's gone too far this time, Marley.
Jake: She stepped over the line! I'm going to make sure she doesn't do this again.
Marley: Jake, you wait!
Sharlene: John, I'm sorry. I know I've done that to you before.
John: I've made a decision.
John: I should never have left in the first place, because I'm not about to miss a minute of your pregnancy. I'm going to be here with you from now on. I'm not about to walk away from what's mine again.
[Guitar music playing]
Vicky: Listen to this.
Ryan: What am I listening to?
Vicky: The music, the strings.
Ryan: All right.
Vicky: Now, only the Spanish have blood this hot, and look at these drinks.
Vicky: Nobody makes a drink like they do.
Ryan: Uh, margaritas are from Mexico.
Vicky: Mexico, Spain, same difference.
Ryan: Yeah, well, I hear the Italians are no slouches in the romance department.
Vicky: Well, if you are good, we'll do the Italian thing someday.
Ryan: The Italian thing?
Ryan: What's the Italian thing?
Vicky: Well, then we'll do the Bolivian thing.
Vicky: And then the Swedish thing and then the New Zealander thing.
Ryan: Am I going to like these things?
Vicky: Well, do you like the thing we are doing now?
Ryan: Oh, you bet.
Vicky: Well, then we've got a lot of traveling to do.
Ryan: Oh, yeah? I really like traveling.
Vicky: I thought you might.
[Banging on the door]
Jake: Open the door, Vicky, or I'm going to kick it off its hinges!
Ryan: Friend of yours?
Jake: I mean it, Vicky, come open the door!
Ryan: Ma'am, is this a job for a policeman?
Vicky: Oh, please, not if I can handle it right. Excuse me.
I may hate you more at this moment than I ever have before.
Jake: I've had it with you, Vicky. You've messed up my life one too many times. And this time I'm going to stop you for good.
Evan: So the divorce papers are ready to be signed? Well, good. So we can get married right away? That's great. Well, listen, I will call you when I need you to bring them over, all right? Bye. Where have you been? I've missed you. Get over here.
Amanda: You know what I want to do?
Evan: Tell me, what do you want to do?
Amanda: I want to go back to bed with you and stay there for 12 hours.
Evan: Ooh, I don't think you are dressed for that.
Amanda: How am I supposed to be dressed?
Evan: Well, I think maybe that you should wear this.
Amanda: Evan, I can't.
Evan: Amanda --
Amanda: I'm not even divorced yet.
Evan: Well, how long are we going to go on pretending how we feel?
Amanda: I'm not pretending.
Evan: Amanda, I love you. I need you.
Amanda: I can't announce it to anybody. I can't say --
Evan: Shh, shh, shh. Listen, it's just going to be our secret. Nobody will know. Ok? Here. It looks pretty on you. Don't you think?
Amanda: I need you so much.
[Knock on door]
Amanda: I hope nothing's wrong with Alli. Let me see who that is.
Amanda: Sam, what are you doing here?
Sam: Not wasting any time, I see. Nice rock. Now let me tell you about the man you are engaged to.
Evan: You are a lousy son of a --
Sam: It's over, Evan. I've got proof.
Olivia: Evan framed Sam. He's been lying to you all along.
Amanda: You have no idea what you are talking about.
Olivia: I can back up everything Sam says. We have the proof in writing.
Amanda: What are they talking about, Evan? Evan, tell me they're lying. Come on, what are they talking about?
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