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Another World Transcript Tuesday 12/26/06

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Vicky: Surprised?

Ryan: Oh, yeah. How did you get in here?

Vicky: Want to waste time talking about it?

Ryan: No, not a chance. I -- I am surprised. Yeah, I thought you'd be at the courthouse --

Vicky: You know what I'd like?

Ryan: You name it and you have got it.

Vicky: I would like not to talk about the courthouse. Cass has another suspect. The pressure's off Marley, so I would like to concentrate on just the two of us. What do you say?

Ryan: I say that it is about time.

Rachel: You know something about Paulina's testimony.

Ken: Yes.

Rachel: Well, then tell me, Ken. If there's anything I can do to help her, I will.

Ken: This isn't going to help Paulina.

Rachel: Well, then you better tell me.

Ken: Rachel, the reason that Paulina and I both came into your life at about the same time is no coincidence.

Cass: So you were there at Jake's loft the night he was shot?

Paulina: I just said that, didn't I?

Cass: You're under oath, Miss Cory. A strand of your hair was found on Jake McKinnon's clothing. You have just admitted that you were at his loft the night that he was shot. I want you now to consider each of your answers very, very carefully and tell me the truth.

Paulina: I will.

Cass: What time was it when you went to the loft that night?

Paulina: It was before Marley got there.

Cass: How do you know that?

Paulina: Because Jake was trying to get rid of me. He was expecting Marley.

Cass: And so you left?

Paulina: That's right. And Jake was fine.

Cass: Why did you go to the loft that night?

Paulina: Why?

Cass: Yes, why?

Paulina: Like I told you, Jake and I were involved. I wanted to see him.

Cass: Even though you had broken off with him completely and were no longer working there?

Paulina: I wanted to talk to him. I had heard that he and Marley were having problems.

Cass: What did you hope to get out of this meeting?

Paulina: Nothing.

Cass: Paulina, I submit to you that that is a lie.

Morgan: Objection --

Cass: I submit to you that you wanted something very specific from Jake McKinnon on that night that he was shot, and you did not get it.

Felicia: Matthew.

Matt: Hi, is Jenna here? These are for her.

Felicia: Oh, I was hoping they were for me.

Matt: Well, next time.

Felicia: Well, she's here.

Matt: Hi.

Jenna: Hi.

Felicia: Look who's here -- Matthew.

Matt: These are for you. I know flowers on the bus are kind of inconvenient, but...

Jenna: That's ok. I love them.

Matt: Good.

Felicia: Well, look, why don't I -- I can go clean the kitchen. Right.

Jenna: So did you have fun at the club?

Matt: Oh, are you kidding me?

Jenna: You didn't?

Matthew: Watching Dean drool all over Lindsey and --

Jenna: I just couldn't do it, Matthew, I couldn't go.

Matt: That's ok.

Jenna: What do they say about girls like me? That we're sheltered?

Matt: Sheltered is all right.

Jenna: Anyway, it's nice of you to come by.

Matt: I couldn't let you leave town, you know, until I said I hope that things get better.

Jenna: Yeah, no where to go but up, right?

Matt: I know what it's like.

Jenna: Yeah, I know, you told me about your stepfather.

Matt: I don't mean that. I mean, that feeling that your whole world is turned upside-down.

Jenna: That.

Matt: Yeah.

Jenna: Yeah. I don't know. It's just weird. I had this mother and I thought she was one way and then she died and I didn't even know about it. Then I find out that she has this whole other life that I don't know anything about -- and I'm talking too much.

Matt: No you're not. Not as far as I'm concerned.

Jenna: Oh, I guess everything that I thought was real wasn't.

Matt: My mother and my real father never got married.

Jenna: They didn't?

Matt: No, but I took it in stride. I figured I was a product of this tortured love affair.

Jenna: Sounds very romantic.

Matt: Yeah, it does, doesn't it? It's also not true.

Jenna: [Laughs]

Matt: My mother slept with my father because she wanted something from him. I was a mistake. I was a seven-letter word you can't say on TV.

Jenna: When did you find out?

Matt: About two years ago.

Jenna: How?

Matt: I don't remember the details. I think I overheard my mother and father talking.

Jenna: So they still know each other?

Matt: Yeah. The other thing I wanted to tell you -- Felicia was married to my father.

Rachel: Well, if it was no coincidence, it must have been arranged.

Ken: You remember how much I said I hated Mac?

Rachel: Ken.

Ken: I had this feeling that I couldn't shake -- that he owed me something. I thought he left me in that jungle to die.

Rachel: Who arranged it?

Ken: I knew there was no way I was ever gonna get back those years I'd lost in prison, but I also knew there was no way I was ever going to rest until I'd settled the score somehow --

Rachel: Ken --

Ken: And then it came to me one day. The child -- the child that Mac had with Maria. I'd do it through her.

Rachel: I see.

Ken: You see? What?

Rachel: I'd always known there was something between you and Paulina. I'm not blind.

Ken: You remember when we first started out? I'd tell a lie, you'd figure out the truth and you'd call me on it.

Rachel: Yes, I do remember.

Ken: It's what made me fall in love with you.

Rachel: It did?

Ken: I'd been so long living with confusion and half-truths and when I met you, I -- the clarity that you brought into my life. It was like this beacon that could shine light into all the dark corners of my pain, all those years of shadows, and I walked into the light. I fell in love with you.

Rachel: So you knew about Paulina? Did you send her to me?

Ken: Yes, and then I couldn't tell you about her. God, how I wanted to tell you.

Rachel: Well, it's all right.

Ken: No, it's not all right.

Rachel: It would have been better to tell me, yes, but it's all right. We'll work it out.

Ken: Rachel, I sent her here to bilk you out of money.

Rachel: When?

Ken: Before I knew the truth about Mac -- before I'd ever met you. My plan has been in motion all along, Rachel, all along.

Rachel: So she was supposed to pay you?

Ken: Yes, she was supposed to.

Rachel: Did she?

Ken: I couldn't take it. No, not after I'd met you.

Rachel: There, you see? You sent somebody here to take something from us and then you learned the truth and you changed your mind.

Ken: Rachel.

Rachel: What if you hadn't? What if you had known about Mac's child and done nothing? That would have been much crueler. Do you think I know nothing about revenge? Do you think I've never done anything wrong, consummately wrong? Ken, I gave up wondering how you came into my life long ago. You and Paulina. You are in my life now and it's good.

Ken: The lies don't stop there.

Rachel: There's more?

Ken: There's more.

Rachel: Well, go on.

Ken: I didn't just find Paulina. In a way, I invented her.

Paulina: I wasn't jealous of Jake and Marley. I didn't want anything from him.

Cass: Then why did you go to his place?

Morgan: Objection -- council is badgering his own witness.

Judge Woods: Overruled. Answer the question, Ms. Cory.

Paulina: I didn't want him to hurt Marley the way he had hurt me.

Cass: What did you want?

Paulina: I wanted him to tell her the truth.

Cass: About what?

Paulina: Me. Jake and I -- we didn't just date. We'd had an affair.

[Gallery gasps]

Cass: Why didn't you tell this to the police when they questioned you?

Paulina: I had just discovered that Mac Cory was my father. My family had just accepted me. I didn't want to embarrass them.

Cass: How did Jake react to you trying to give him advice?

Paulina: He didn't. He didn't even listen to me. He was so angry.

Cass: Angry with you?

Paulina: No, no, all he could do was rant and rave about the Hudson women and how he'd been shafted by them.

Cass: Marley and Vicky?

Paulina: Donna Hudson, too.

Cass: What else did you say to Jake?

Paulina: Nothing, nothing. He practically pushed me out the door. That's probably when one of my hairs got on him.

Cass: Your honor, I need to refer to my notes for just a moment please.

Michael: Cass doesn't know what to do. She's lying. She's making all this garbage up as she goes along.

Donna: I was hoping all of this would be over today.

Michael: It still might be.

Donna: How?

Michael: I think Paulina has overplayed her hand. She's desperate. Look how far she's willing to go. She's trying to implicate you. Do you believe that?

Ryan: This is -- this is --

Vicky: What is this?

Ryan: This is nice -- this is my shirt, so --

Vicky: It is nice, isn't it?

Ryan: You know what the best thing about this is?

Vicky: Uh-uh.

Ryan: Is that you wouldn't play racquetball in something like this.

Vicky: No, no, I wouldn't do that.

Ryan: You know, when I saw you in my shirt, I thought --

Vicky: Yeah, I know what you thought.

Ryan: No, no, no -- the other thing.

Vicky: What other thing?

Ryan: I realized that we've got a shot, Vicky. You're gonna give us a chance.

Vicky: Did you ever think for a minute that I wouldn't?

Ryan: I knew you would because I know you.

Vicky: Yeah, I think you do.

Ryan: You know what else? I love you. I love you more than anybody or anything else.

Vicky: What are we waiting for?

Ryan: Not a thing.

Frankie: This had better be good, John. Cass just put Paulina on the stand.

John: Listen, I had a talk with Dr. McGuire, the neurologist that Mike brought in.

Frankie: Is he coming out of it?

John: We're not sure. Listen, Dr. McGuire said that Jake had a visitor last night.

Frankie: The woman.

John: A woman -- a woman who tried to get Jake to wake up.

Frankie: Oh, from her lips to God's ear.

John: She sneaked in after visiting hours.

Frankie: So maybe Vicky really did see somebody?

John: Dr. McGuire tried to talk to this woman, but she took off.

Frankie: Somebody has got to find her.

John: Listen, maybe this woman, whoever she is, can shed some light on what happened.

Frankie: Yeah, and hopefully Cass is getting something out of Paulina on the witness stand.

Judge Woods: Get to the point, Mr. Winthrop.

Cass: Yes, your honor. Why would you care about protecting Marley McKinnon's feelings?

Paulina: Because I lied to her.

Cass: You lied to her, too?

Paulina: Marley came to my house and asked me about Jake and me. I told her there was nothing going on.

Cass: Why?

Paulina: Because Jake made me promise to not say anything to her.

Cass: How?

Paulina: Excuse me?

Cass: How could he make you promise not to say anything to her? I mean, he ditched you, right? Why would you do anything that he said?

Paulina: No, it wasn't like that --

Cass: You just said that he made you promise not to say anything to her.

Paulina: I didn't want anybody else to be hurt.

Cass: Is that it or did Jake have something on you, something that he threatened to use if you talked to Marley?

Paulina: No.

Cass: You're under oath, Miss Cory.

Morgan: Objection.

Paulina: You are just trying to use me to get -- to get her off.

Judge Woods: Your objection is sustained.

Cass: I withdraw the question, your honor. May I have just a moment to confer with co-counsel, please?

Judge Woods: Make it short.

Cass: Thank you.

Donna: Jake had something on her. I'm sure of it.

Michael: Jake had something on a lot of women.

Cass: Am I missing something? Is there something I'm not doing right?

Stacey: You don't know what Jake had on her. I think she knows that.

Cass: But I've got to get her to talk.

Stacey: Well, think of something. Pull something out of your hat, quickly, come on.

Judge Woods: Mr. Winthrop?

Cass: Yes, your honor. Paulina, when you talked to Jake in the loft that night, did the conversation ever turn to your recent acceptance as a member of the Cory family?

Jenna: I can't believe it. Felicia was married to your father?

Matt: That was a lot later. I was all for it.

Jenna: Yeah, but she knows that I know you and she never said a word about it.

Matt: She just got the divorce and, you know, she's still sensitive.

Jenna: Oh, I think she's just really good at keeping secrets.

Matt: What do you mean?

Jenna: Well, she just -- she keeps wanting me to open up to her, you know? And I don't even know her.

Matt: Well, ask her.

Jenna: Maybe, but tell me, how did you know that your parents were keeping something from you?

Matt: You know how parents are. They --

Jenna: I don't. I mean, I should, but I don't.

Matt: Yeah, I guess you don't. Well, you know, they kept gliding over certain issues. My Mom was always very honest. Whatever I asked her, she would tell me. Except I asked her about her and my father and it was different, you know?

Jenna: I see.

Matt: Listen, I want you to give me your address. I am the world's worst letter writer, but I'll try to change.

Jenna: I'm a great letter writer and I'll write you first, ok?

Matt: Oh, great.

Jenna: Matthew, well, I just hope that your letters sound like you.

Matt: You do?

Jenna: Yeah, I mean, I haven't been around that many boys and I didn't know they'd be so easy to talk to.

Matt: If you had been around a lot of boys, one of them would have snapped you up by now.

Jenna: You think so?

Matt: In case you haven't noticed, you're very pretty.

Jenna: Thank you.

Matt: You don't have to thank me. Just know I'm right. Keep those letters and cards coming, ok?

Jenna: Ok.

Matt: All right, I'll get my jacket and go.

Jenna: Bye.

Felicia: Hey, I have some microwave pizza if anybody's -- oh, did Matthew leave?

Jenna: Yeah, he just came by to say good-bye.

Felicia: Oh, he brought such beautiful flowers.

Jenna: Yeah.

Felicia: He's really such a sweet kid, isn't he?

Jenna: He really is. Matthew told me that you were married to his father.

Felicia: Yes, I was.

Jenna: Why didn't you tell me that?

Felicia: Oh, honey, I don't know. I just didn't want to make things awkward for you and Matthew, I guess.

Jenna: Well, are there other things that you're not telling me? I mean, for my own good.

Felicia: Like what?

Jenna: Well, I've been thinking a lot about my mother and how she was towards me.

Felicia: Honey, your mother loved you very much.

Jenna: Well, you keep saying that, but there's more, isn't there?

Felicia: Like what?

Jenna: I know you were close to her -- maybe even closer than I was, in a way. And you keep trying so hard to make me like you.

Felicia: Jenna, tell me, what is it you want to know?

Jenna: Are you my real mother?

Cass: Did Jake ever ask you for any money?

Paulina: No.

Cass: Maybe he called it an investment?

Paulina: I wouldn't even know how to begin to invest.

Cass: Or a loan?

Paulina: No.

Cass: Are you sure you didn't go to his place that night because he'd bilked you out of some money?

Morgan: Objection.

Paulina: No, I would like to answer that question. It wouldn't have mattered to me if he had. I have never cared about the money that I inherited from my father. All that is important to me is my family -- being a Cory.

Ken: I made her up.

Rachel: There was no child?

Ken: Oh, no, there was a child and I did know Maria. Maria did have the child with Mac, but by the time I got out of prison, Maria was dead.

Rachel: But what about the letter -- the letter that Paulina had from Maria?

Ken: I wrote it.

Rachel: You?

I don't believe this.

Ken: I went crazy when I found out Maria was dead. I fixated on Mac, I blamed him for leaving her the same way he left me --

Rachel: I really don't care how you're feeling right now. Do you know what you're saying?

Cass: Think about what you're saying, Miss Cory. You're under oath.

Paulina: I know that.

Cass: Jake didn't treat you like a Cory, did he?

Paulina: I don't know what that means.

Cass: Well, he gave Marley a beautiful engagement ring and he kept you stashed away on the side, didn't he? And then he dumped you when he was through with you, didn't he?

Paulina: Yes.

Cass: Did he take your love and your money and then laugh in your face?

Paulina: I wouldn't care if he did laugh because I didn't care about him.

Cass: And what about this money that he was flashing around -- where did it come from?

Paulina: Oh, well, that came from Iris Wheeler. I know because I did the books.

Cass: You did his books, you accepted the humiliating way he treated you, you even went to him to urge him to be fair with his fiancée -- remarkable. You're a very understanding woman, aren't you?

Paulina: No, it's not that. It's just that I've learned that in life, in order for women to get along, we have to do what men want.

Ken: I told her what to do. Paulina didn't know anything.

Rachel: She knew she was aiding and abetting in a fraud.

Ken: But it was different with her.

Rachel: How?

Ken: I was in it for the money, at first, and then for the revenge. Paulina just wanted a family.

Rachel: A rich family.

Ken: She was so needy. I think she would have gone along with it even if I hadn't made up the letter from her mother.

Rachel: So this has all been lies and betrayals?

Ken: No.

Rachel: No?

Ken: No, it is not a lie that I loved you.

Rachel: You loved me and you let this go on.

Ken: Because you and Paulina had found each other -- because it was helping both of you.

Rachel: I see, so...

You were playing God in our lives and you liked it.

Cass: Was Jake threatening your new life as a Cory, Paulina?

Paulina: No.

Cass: Did you shoot Jake McKinnon, Paulina?

Paulina: My father is Mackenzie Cory, I am a Cory. We don't shoot people.

Cass: No further questions, your honor.

Judge Woods: I'm going to call a brief recess before cross-examination. You may step down, Miss Cory.

Ken: Paulina is totally innocent.

Rachel: She's not innocent.

Ken: All right, I fed her that phony story and she bought it. But now that she's -- she's been accepted, God, you've seen her -- being a Cory means everything to her.

Rachel: She is not a Cory.

Ken: Rachel.

Rachel: What are you going to tell me now, she is a Cory? Just a minute ago, you told me that you made her up. Which is it, Ken? Do you have any proof at all that this child is Mac's child?

Ken: Paulina believes me.

Rachel: Yeah, well, apparently Paulina believes what men tell her. She will learn that that's a costly mistake.

Grant: Paulina, you're gonna be all right.

Donna: She's lying.

Rachel: Just tell me, do you have any proof at all that this child is Mac's child?

Ken: No, I don't.

Vicky: When I first met you, I thought I was burned out. I didn't think I'd get the feeling again, that feeling -- that your heart starts going crazy when somebody walks into the room.

Ryan: Do I make your heart go crazy when I walk in the room, hmm? Come on.

Vicky: Hush -- you're ruining my speech.

Ryan: Ok, ok, I'll shut up.

Vicky: I don't know what made me go riding that day, because I don't know squat about horses, but I'm glad I went riding and I'm glad you rode into my life, and I'm glad you're my crazy white knight. One more thing.

Ryan: Mm-hmm.

Vicky: I've known this for a long time; I just didn't want to say it.

Ryan: Oh, my God.

Vicky: I don't -- I guess I didn't want to jinx things for us, but I'm feeling kind of lucky so I'll just go for it, ok?

Ryan: Go for it.

Vicky: I love you.

Ryan: What?

Vicky: I love you.

Ryan: What?

Vicky: I love you, you jerk. I love you.

Rachel: So, you went orphan hunting, is that it?

Ken: No.

Rachel: What was it?

Ken: I tracked Mac and Maria's child down to the best of my ability.

Rachel: And then when you found your favorite choice, you brought her to me and watched me struggle to accept her and to care for her.

Ken: I believed that she could be Mac's child, and I wanted it to work.

Rachel: How could it work?

Ken: By the time I realized I had to tell you the truth, I was in love with you, and I knew how you felt about Paulina, I knew what telling you like this was going to do to you.

Rachel: I almost married you.

Ken: I wish you had.

Rachel: Why? So you could get me on the hook and then tell me everything?

Ken: I had this crazy, insane notion that what we felt for each other was the truth, that it could survive anything.

Rachel: Why is it liars always harp on the truth? I want you out of here and out of my life.

Ken: I want a chance to make a life with you. I want a chance to make it all up to you.

Rachel: How could that possibly happen?

Ken: I'll find a way.

Rachel: Do you have any idea of what you've done? You tried to make me believe that I could build my life again.

Ken: You were; you have.

Rachel: On lies. You told me I knew everything. You told me there were no more lies.

Ken: I know what I did, and I knew I was eventually going to have to tell you the truth even if it meant I was...probably going to lose you.

Rachel: Probably.

Ken: My only hope now is -- is that you still love me, in spite of everything.

Felicia: Honey, why would you think that Gloria wasn't your mother?

Jenna: It all just started to make sense. I mean, my mother, you know, she kept this distance between us. She'd call, write, send things, but I was hardly ever with her. It was like she was keeping me in a trust for someone or something.

Felicia: Oh, honey.

Jenna: And then I read your book, and Lucas told me that you'd had a daughter, and you are the one that my Mom asked to take care of me, and so it just all started to make sense.

Felicia: Well, I can certainly understand why you would think that, and I wish with all my heart that that was true.

Jenna: Is it?

Felicia: No. See, my daughter was born when I was 16, so that would make her 24 or 25 by now.

Jenna: Oh, boy, I didn't even think about that. I feel pretty stupid right now.

Felicia: No, don't, please. You know, what I think you are trying to do is tell yourself that your mother will come back somehow, that you haven't lost her. I understand that because I used to do that, too.

Jenna: With your daughter?

Felicia: I would see a young woman with high cheekbones and eyes like her father, and I would think, God, maybe.

Jenna: Did it help?

Felicia: No, no, it wouldn't. In fact, I've tried very hard not to do that anymore. I think that you have to face pain directly, I -- I think that's really the only way you can get through it.

Jenna: I don't really know how I'm going to get through this.

Felicia: Well, life does have its compensations.

Jenna: Does it?

Felicia: I mean, I found Luke again. I know we're a very unlikely pair, but he does help me get through the pain. He shares it with me.

Jenna: He's your baby's father.

Felicia: I know, and I know that's why it makes sense, but you and I, you know, even though we're an unlikely pair, it doesn't mean that I can't share your pain, even though I want to. Jenna?

Jenna: I really better get my other suitcase.

Donna: Paulina was lying.

Stacey: Well, Cass knows that, Donna.

Michael: Look, I've been doing some investigating on my own. I'll find out what she's hiding.

Marley: Do you think it would be worth it?

Cass: Marley, we made some headway. We established that she was at the loft and lied about it.

Marley: Cass, we were expecting so much from her testimony. Do you think we got nearly enough?

Donna: Look at her back there with Grant Harrison, lying little tramp, I could just shake her.

Grant: You were fine, just be calm.

Paulina: They don't believe me.

Grant: I do.

Paulina: Why are you here?

Grant: Because I knew it would be rough for you today.

Paulina: Cass made me out to be the cheapest slut in the world. Can't be too good for your image right now.

Grant: Well, my image survived Michael Hudson telling the world what a bad person I am, so...

Paulina: At least she has her family.

Grant: So do you.

Paulina: I hope so.

Bailiff: All rise.

Paulina: I don't know why Rachel left.

Judge Woods: Take your seats. We will proceed with the cross- examination of Paulina Cory.

Judge Woods: You are still under oath, Miss Cory.

Paulina: I know that.

Morgan: Miss Cory, you've said that you don't remember what time it was when you went to Jake McKinnon's loft.

Paulina: No, I don't.

Morgan: But you feel that it was before Marley McKinnon arrived there.

Paulina: I know it was.

Morgan: How do you know that?

Paulina: I went back home after I left Jake's loft and I was thinking about what he had said, and I decided to call him; Marley answered the phone.

Morgan: Did she identify herself?

Paulina: I was just rattling on, I didn't hear what she said at first, but then she said something, and I said, "Marley, is that you?"

Morgan: And what did she say?

Paulina: Well, nothing at first. There was silence on the phone, and then I heard her say, "it's for you," and then someone slammed the phone down.

Morgan: Really?

Paulina: Yes.

Morgan: Miss Cory, this rattling on that you were doing, what was it about?

Paulina: I wanted to see Jake again, make him listen to me.

Morgan: So Marley might have suddenly become aware that there was something going on between you and --

Cass: Objection, your honor. The witness cannot testify to Marley McKinnon's awareness.

Judge Woods: Sustained.

Morgan: I withdraw the question. Miss Cory, what time did you place your call?

Paulina: The Corys eat at seven, and it was after dinner.

Morgan: So could it have been 8:00 or 8:15?

Paulina: Yes.

Morgan: And it's already been established that Mr. McKinnon was shot at approximately 8:30.

Cass: Objection.

Judge: Sustained.

[Crowd murmurs]

Morgan: No further questions, your honor.

Cass: Is this true?

Marley: I'm sorry, she did call. I completely forgot, I'm sorry.

Judge Woods: Any redirect, Mr. Winthrop?

Cass: No, your honor, no further questions.

Judge Woods: The witness is excused.

John: Frankie, I'm going to ask around and see if I can find anyone who saw someone leave this room last night. What are you looking at?

Frankie: What is that?

John: What is what? What are you looking at?

Frankie: [Laughing] What kind of security system do you guys have here?

John: Here?

Frankie: Yeah.

John: A bunch of old men in ill-fitting blue suits who try to look menacing, why?

Frankie: Do you think they have some sort of central screening room where they watch what happens over that camera?

John: I didn't know that was a camera.

Frankie: That's the point; you're not supposed to know.

John: Maybe security saw someone leave Jake's room last night.

Frankie: Better than that, maybe they record the output of that camera on videotape.

John: Well, I'll find out.

Frankie: You'll do better than that, you'll arrange for me to see those tapes as soon as possible.

John: Frankie, if tapes exist, you'll see them, count on it.

Frankie: Great. Family means everything to you, doesn't it?

John: Absolutely everything.

Frankie: I know what you mean. When Cass was in jail, I was crazy, I stayed up all night because I didn't want to face the thought of sleeping alone.

John: Cass was an awful lucky guy to have found you.

Frankie: I'm awful lucky to have found Cass. Look, I'd better be going, ok? You'll call me?

John: Yes, I will.

Frankie: Oo, oo! Oh.

Jenna: What are these?

Felicia: Oh, they're just notes for another book.

Jenna: You're writing another book?

Felicia: Yeah, well, you know me, I churn them out.

Jenna: Is this -- is this your first one without my mother?

Felicia: Yeah, first one.

Jenna: How does it feel?

Felicia: Scary.

Jenna: What are we going to do without her?

Felicia: I don't know, I really don't know. Hey, look, you. You and I may have nothing in common, I mean, after all, you wear sweaters with holes in them, and I wear shoulder pads even in my pajamas, but we do share one very important thing.

Jenna: Our memories of my mother?

Felicia: That's right.

Felicia: I am going to write to you every single week, and if you need or want anything, I want you to tell me, will you do that?

Jenna: I'm going to sort of miss this place.

Felicia: Oh, you're kidding, really?

Jenna: I mean, my room is cool, it's really nice, but this is like a home.

Felicia: Oh, sweetie, this can be your home.

Jenna: No, I can't, Felicia, I can't take anything else from you.

Felicia: Why, why, because you are not my daughter?

Jenna: No, because I've imposed enough.

Felicia: Ok, I think we've been polite long enough and one of us should stop it, I guess it should be me. Now look, you. We may not get along, I mean, we may even drive each other crazy and this could be the dumbest thing that we ever did in our lives, but I don't want you to go.

Jenna: Why?

Felicia: Well, for one thing, I can't bear for you to be all alone, and for another, I can't bear for you to walk out that door and out of my life. So what do you say, huh?

Ken: Rachel, we've been through so much together.

Rachel: You may leave now.

Ken: I didn't want you to be hurt.

Rachel: Oh, brother, that's what they all say. If you didn't want to hurt me, why did you tell me today, why didn't you just let it go on --

Ken: Because I couldn't go on like this.

Rachel: You couldn't go on like this?

Ken: And I hoped that we could start now, that we could build something new.

Rachel: How could you possibly think that?

Ken: Because I know that I am the one who helped you start living again, who made you see that it was all right to go on, who made you realize that you didn't have to feel guilty for surviving. Our love got you started again, Rachel, and I think you know that. Ok, I'll leave, but I haven't given up.

Rachel: [Sighs]

[Frame falls apart]

[Doorbell rings]

[Doorbell rings]

[Knock on door]

Ryan: I'm ignoring that.

Vicky: Good.

[Doorbell rings]

[Knock on door]

[Doorbell rings]

[Knock on door]

Ryan: Ok, I'm going to go kill whoever is out there.

Vicky: [Laughing] Ok.

Ryan: And then I'll be right back.

Vicky: I'll save your place.

Ryan: You better.

Ryan: Bad news.

Vicky: What?

Ryan: I told Carlos to go to the courthouse and tell me if anything came up.

Vicky: Well, what happened?

Ryan: "Paulina sailed through questioning with flying colors. The case against Marley is as strong as it was before, maybe stronger."

Vicky: Oh, Ryan.

Frankie: How did it go with Paulina?

Cass: In a word, badly.

Michael: I wish Marley had just been able to leave Jake.

Donna: She had to wait until Jake was ready to let her go.

Michael: What do you mean, ready to let her go? You make him sound as if he had some kind of strange powers or something.

Donna: He does, very seductive ones, but Marley wouldn't have been able to see it.

Marley: I'm ready to go.

Donna: Are you all right, darling?

Marley: It just wasn't a great day hearing Paulina admit that she had an affair with Jake.

Michael: Honey, I'm so sorry you had to be here to hear that.

Marley: I just can't believe I felt sorry for him, felt responsible to him.

Michael: Hey, come on, don't beat yourself up.

Marley: He was lying the whole time.

Michael: Come on.

Cass: You think we got this woman on tape?

Frankie: I hope so. John's arranging for me to screen the tapes tomorrow. Maybe we'll get lucky, Cass. At least we now know that this mystery woman really exists.

Cass: This has to work. After today, she's about all we have.

Woman: Hey, Jake, how are you feeling today? I never intended for this to happen. You have to know that. I'll make it up to you somehow. Come on, Jake, wake up. Hear me and wake up. Still don't recognize me in this tacky wig, do you? Come on, I'm your favorite cousin... Kathleen.

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