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Another World Transcript Wednesday 1/10/07
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Taylor: Patient Sharlene Hudson will begin the most important part of her treatment this evening as she will be required to undergo a forced separation from her husband John. This next crucial step in her care is as yet unrevealed to the patient since it will be administered for its shock value.
Jamie: Taylor, are you --
Jamie: I am sorry. I didn't see you. Here, let me help you.
Taylor: Oh, what a mess!
Jamie: I'm sorry. I should have knocked first.
Taylor: [Laughing] It's all right, it's all right. I got it.
Jamie: What's this?
Frankie: Lakeview Hotel has nothing to do with three rings like the psychic said, but I'm running out of places to look. Oh, excuse me.
Man: May I help you?
Frankie: I hope so. I'm looking for a friend.
Man: It won't work, ma'am.
Frankie: I'm sorry?
Man: I know who you are and what you want. I don't know who the murderer is. And frankly, I don't care.
Man: You are with the group, aren't you?
Man: You're not.
Frankie: I'm just looking for a friend, and I thought she might be here.
Man: I've had so many people trying to get information out of me. You will have to excuse me.
Frankie: Of course, but I don't know what you are talking about.
Man: We are hosting the Mystery Lovers' annual murder weekend. Somebody gets murdered and the guests spend the next two days trying to figure out "whodunit."
Man: I think it is pretty silly myself, but these people are really into it.
Frankie: You thought I was pumping you for information.
Man: To solve a crime, yes. I should have known you weren't one of them, though. You're not dressed right. Anyway, you said you were looking for a friend?
Frankie: Yes, have you seen this woman?
Man: Is she staying in this hotel?
Frankie: I was hoping she would stay here. I know she was very fond of it. She has reddish hair...
John: How are you feeling?
Sharlene: Fine. That was a pretty serious look you had there.
John: It was, huh?
John: I was just thinking that I haven't had a waking moment in over 20 years where I haven't had one of these things. I know it's just a piece of wood, but it always made me feel different. After tomorrow, I may not need it anymore.
Sharlene: Does that make you feel nervous?
John: Oh, a little.
Sharlene: Well, giving that thing up -- maybe it's not as easy as you thought.
John: It reminded me of Vietnam. Every day when I picked this thing up, I was reminded of why I had to use it and of all those who suffered so much more than me. I've always wondered why.
Sharlene: Did you ever find an answer?
John: No. No, I don't suppose I ever will. But I'll tell you something. Having you in my life has sure changed the way I feel about all that.
Sharlene: It has?
John: I have everything that I've ever really wanted. The war -- as bad as it was -- it didn't take everything away from me. And for that, I will be eternally grateful.
Sharlene: That's because you have a good soul, my John.
John: I think of all of those guys that I served with. And I know that I know something that they just don't know. When you walked in here and I was looking at this, what I was thinking was I can -- I have to always be grateful for what I have because after tomorrow, my little reminder of what might have been will be gone.
Sharlene: Something tells me you still won't forget.
John: Sharlene, if this operation is a success and I can walk out of here under my own steam...
Sharlene: Scared? No.
John: I'm not used to being lucky.
Sharlene: I know what your problem is.
John: Oh, you do, do you?
Sharlene: Yes, I do. You've got too much time on your hands. You're sitting here waiting for Dr. Garvey and all you can do is think.
John: What do you suppose I should do about that?
Sharlene: You're going to be fine and so am I and so is this baby who is in here playing hockey.
John: A lot of activity in there today?
Sharlene: [Laughing] Quite a game!
John: Sharlene, there usually are two or more people involved in a game. You suppose there are twins in here?
Sharlene: Bite your tongue. Bite it.
You want me to get that?
John: No, I'll get it. Hello. Yeah. Hi, Joyce. Oh, no, no, of course I understand, right. Oh, I will. Yeah, ok. Thank you, bye-bye. Dr. Garvey just got called into emergency surgery.
Sharlene: Did they postpone your surgery?
John: No, not yet, but they may have to. We'll know for sure in a little while.
Sharlene: I'm sorry.
John: I don't mind except that I'm starving to death.
Sharlene: I don't suppose I will be able to convince you to take a nap.
John: I don't think I could take a nap. I've got plenty to read. You got anything that you need to do?
Sharlene: Yeah, there is a visit that I need to make that is overdue, so... gosh, I could do that and I could be back here in plenty of time to see you off.
Sharlene: I love you.
John: I love you, too.
Sharlene: This is very cute.
John: Thank you.
Jamie: There you go.
Taylor: You caught me, Jamie.
Jamie: Caught you?
Taylor: I was working on a presentation to the Excellence in Medicine Awards Committee in New York.
Jamie: You're submitting John?
Taylor: Yeah, they need a photo with the submission.
Jamie: I'm glad you thought of it.
Taylor: Well, I'm surprised no one else has. I thought that his work with Dr. Hiver was a very important contribution.
Jamie: I agree with you.
Taylor: I think he should get the respect that he deserves.
Jamie: You don't think John is respected?
Taylor: Well, of course I do. It's just that he's been having such a tough time. I thought he could use a pat on the back from his peers.
Jamie: Actually, things seem to be going pretty well for John lately.
Taylor: How so?
Jamie: Sharlene is back. Their marriage seems stronger than ever. The baby.
Taylor: Well, his work is important. I think he should feel that it doesn't go unnoticed or unappreciated. Anyway, what can I do for you?
Jamie: I need a referral.
Taylor: For a patient?
Jamie: It's personal.
Taylor: Oh, I see.
Jamie: You spoke with Marley after Jake's shooting, right?
Taylor: Yes, I did.
Jamie: She never set up regular appointments with you, did she?
Taylor: No, and I didn't push it. She seemed very vulnerable at the time.
Jamie: She needs to talk to someone, Taylor.
Taylor: I can't force her to talk to me, Jamie.
Jamie: Maybe it would help her if she talked to someone she didn't know.
Taylor: Well, sometimes that's easier, yes.
Jamie: Can you recommend someone?
Taylor: Of course I can, but Marley seeing a therapist is ultimately her decision.
Jamie: Her mother has confessed to shooting Jake.
Taylor: I know.
Jamie: Jake raped her. He had an affair with her mother, and all this time, Donna has let Marley take the blame for something she did.
Taylor: Marley must be having a pretty tough time.
Jamie: She has cut out everyone. She doesn't think there is anyone left in this world she can trust. I'm going to prove to her that she is wrong.
Michael: Marley, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to frighten you.
Marley: It's ok, I'm ok.
Michael: I'm sorry.
Marley: I'm ok, excuse me.
Michael: Wait, don't go.
Marley: Don't do this.
Michael: Why did you come here?
Marley: Probably for the same reason you did.
Michael: Well, I haven't found any answers.
Marley: I don't think there are any answers.
Michael: Marley, when I -- when I first found out that I had daughters, when I first found out I had you, I tried ever since to make up for the time that we didn't get to spend together.
Marley: You can't.
Michael: I know. I've stood here looking at this poor excuse for a human being who has hurt what I love most, my family.
Marley: He's hurt you, too.
Michael: No, not like... not like he's hurt you. For all of his selfishness and scheming, look where it got him.
Marley: I don't want to talk about this. Don't do this, ok?
Michael: Honey... you know, I could forgive everything this man has done, except what he's done to you. I could never forget that, never. Honey, I swear I -- I'd like so much to be able to help. I'd like so much to be able to take the pain away. And I know I can't, but please don't shut me out. Please don't shut me out.
Marley: I want to know why she didn't tell us. I want to know why Vicky didn't tell me. I want to know why Donna didn't tell me that they slept together. I just want to know, and then maybe none of this would have happened to us.
Michael: Who would have believed it?
Marley: I don't know. I don't know how I would have accepted it. I don't know if I can now. But I do know that if I knew, I wouldn't have gone to Jake's that night when he wanted to keep me there. Donna wouldn't have shot him. And we wouldn't be dealing with this. Please tell me why she kept it from us. Tell me why she did this to us.
Have you talked to her?
Michael: Once, at the jail. But just once.
Marley: What did you say?
Michael: What could I say? Not much.
Marley: I know.
Michael: Stacey is going to handle her defense. The D.A. is not sure whether they are going to indict or not. I can't believe I'm talking about my wife like this.
Marley: A little overwhelming, isn't it?
Michael: A little overwhelming? It's a lot overwhelming.
Marley: I know.
Michael: I've thought about every conversation, every kiss, everything that's happened with your mother over the last year, and there have been times when I felt as close to her as ever before in my life, and other times it's been the worst it's ever been. But I never stopped believing in her. And now I find out that it's all a lie, just a lie.
Marley: Don't torture yourself.
Michael: Honey, every single thing that has happened to my children could have been avoided if Donna had only told the truth.
Marley: Maybe she's not capable --
Michael: That's no excuse. She knows right from wrong.
Marley: She had to lie for so many years. She had to pretend that I was her sister. You know, I used to think that if she was strong, she would have stood up to him.
Michael: Now you don't?
Marley: I know what it's like to have your back up against the wall. Look what I did when I didn't have a choice. I ran away.
Michael: Wait a minute. You're not saying that you forgive her, are you?
Marley: I don't know.
Marley: I don't want to see anybody, thank you.
Michael: Thank you, what?
Marley: I just need some time.
Michael: Don't leave.
Marley: We all need some time.
Michael: Hello, Stacey. What are you doing here?
Stacey: I came by to check Jake's medical records.
Michael: Fine, have a great time, all right?
Stacey: I need to know right now if you're uncomfortable with me handling Donna's case.
Michael: Stacey, I really don't care what you or my wife do.
Stacey: Well, I think you should. Her defense is important --
Michael: Forget it. You and my wife deserve each other.
Stacey: What do you mean by that?
Michael: You're both liars, Stacey.
Donna: Sharlene, hi. Oh, hi! What are you doing here? You shouldn't be here. Your due date is too soon.
Sharlene: It's far enough away for me to visit my friend.
Donna: I didn't think I had any friends left.
Sharlene: You look pale. Have you been eating?
Donna: A little bit. I'm all right.
Sharlene: I know I'm not supposed to be doing this, but here. There's a ham and watercress sandwich in there with an apple and a couple of homemade brownies.
Donna: Oh, thank you.
Sharlene: Forget it.
Donna: Why are you doing this for me?
Sharlene: I care about you.
Donna: I was so hard on you when you and John first started dating.
Sharlene: Yeah, you were.
Donna: But I was so wrong.
Sharlene: We all make mistakes, Donna.
Donna: I make more than most people.
Sharlene: There's plenty of time to turn things around. Believe me, I'm living, breathing proof of that.
Donna: I never meant to hurt Marley.
Sharlene: I believe you.
Donna: She doesn't, though. I tried to call her this morning, and she says she doesn't even have a mother.
Sharlene: I'm sorry.
Donna: As far as Jake and I are concerned, and being with him, nobody will ever understand how alone I was.
Sharlene: Look, I don't want to condemn you. I also can't condone what you did. I just want you to know that I'm thinking of you and to let you know that if you need me, I'm there.
Donna: Thank you. Everybody that has come here is either screaming at me or accusing me. That means a great deal to me.
Sharlene: Is there anything I can do? Can I make some calls or anything?
Donna: No, Stacey is taking care of everything. It's ironic, isn't it? I've hated her for so long and blamed her for taking Mikey from me. And now she's my lawyer.
Sharlene: How is that working out?
Donna: I'm sure I'm not one of her favorite clients, but she's been helpful. It's pretty cut and dry, I guess. Enough about me, I want to know about you and the baby.
Sharlene: I'm fine. I'm just fine, Donna. This is wrong. You shouldn't be here.
Donna: Yes, I should. I shot a man. I should be here. After I slept with Jake, I told him that I would be punished for this, I did. I told him all the time and he laughed at me. He wasn't afraid of anything. Now look at both of us. He's in a coma, and I'm in here because I caused it.
Sharlene: Donna, Jake was horrible to you. He was horrible to all of you.
Donna: I have lost my husband and every single one of my children, Sharlene. I have nothing left.
Man: Excuse me. I didn't see you at the orientation.
Frankie: I was there.
Man: Mary's right. You're new.
Frankie: Nope, not me. I'm old, been here all the time.
Man: I know what is happening here. She's one of the clue-makers.
Mary: They said she'd be easy to find. Look at her.
Frankie: Look at what?
Man: Mary, is this the first clue-maker?
Man: She could be a decoy, Rosebud.
Frankie: [Laughing] Rosebud?
Rosebud: What's your moniker?
Frankie: My what?
Rosebud: That's her. Ok, fess up. Where's the body?
Frankie: [Laughing] The body? You guys actually get a stiff for this thing?
Rosebud: Are you going to tell us where she is?
Man: I'll handle this. I'm a leader.
Frankie: What's a leader?
Man: I have certain privileges in questioning that the others in the game do not.
Man: So I guess you're the first clue-maker then?
Frankie: I don't know why everyone thinks I'm -- what the hell. Yeah, you got me, leader.
Man: So shall we start the sequence?
Frankie: The sequence?
Man: Ask me your first question.
Frankie: Have you seen this woman?
Man: Certainly looks like Mrs. Collins.
Frankie: She might be in a wig.
Man: Everybody here is in disguise.
Man: Yeah, even me.
Frankie: She would fit right in.
Frankie: Uh, nothing. So Mrs. Collins is in what room?
Man: Oh, you're a quick one, aren't you?
Frankie: Hey, I'm your first clue-maker, right?
Man: Well, yeah.
Frankie: If you tell me where Kath -- Mrs. Collins is, we'd have a jump on the rest of these guys, wouldn't we?
Man: Yeah. 844.
Frankie: 844. Great, thank you.
Man: You should ring first. There's no admittance to a floor other than your own without authorization.
Frankie: This thing is pretty complicated, isn't it?
Frankie: Hello, 844, please. It's ringing.
Stacey: You have no right to call me a liar, Michael.
Michael: So what would you rather be called -- an omitter? Is that a little more flattering?
Stacey: I did what I had to do.
Michael: You blackmailed my wife and you gave away my son.
Stacey: I didn't give away your son.
Michael: Look --
Stacey: I got him back to his real parents.
Michael: Stacey, I was just as much a father to that boy as Mr. Miller was.
Stacey: Believe me, Michael, I know that you were a good parent. I never questioned the fact that you loved that child, but I believed that what Donna had with Jake should have been submitted as evidence.
Michael: I don't want to talk about this right now.
Stacey: Michael, if you don't want me to handle this case, then you tell me now because I know that Donna is not too happy about it.
Michael: Has she talked to you about getting a different lawyer?
Stacey: No, she doesn't talk to me about anything.
Michael: Well, then don't talk to me. I don't want to be involved.
Stacey: Michael, I am sorry if you think that I'm lying, but I'm not. I wanted Donna to see that tape before I submitted it as evidence. I didn't force her to do anything.
Stacey: Look, I'm going to go and see her now because I have to find out what she wants before I talk to the D.A.
Michael: What's the D.A. offering you? Have they said anything?
Stacey: I have no idea. I mean, she might try to go lenient to save face or maybe she'll try to get revenge. Either way, it looks like Donna's going to do time in jail.
Michael: Stacey, I -- Stacey, Donna didn't shoot Jake.
Stacey: Michael, what are you talking about? She confessed.
Michael: She lied. She didn't shoot Jake.
Stacey: Is this what she told you?
Michael: No, but I know it.
Stacey: What do you have -- proof?
Stacey: Michael, I know it's hard for you to accept a lot of the things that Donna did, but she made a sworn statement in front of Marley's Judge --
Michael: Stacey, she did it to save Marley. I know I'm right.
Stacey: You still love her, don't you?
Michael: No, no -- I loved her. She's the mother of my children. I just don't want this whole disaster to end this way.
Stacey: Did you talk to Marley about it?
Michael: No, I don't have any proof.
Stacey: Did you talk to anybody but me?
Michael: No, and you know what? I'm not going to because you are going to help me clear Donna.
Stacey: All right, let's go back to Cass' office. He's got all the files there. We'll go through the whole thing.
Marley's voice: It was nice to see how good Donna was with you the other night.
Jake's voice: Yeah, well, we've developed somewhat of a rapport.
Marley's voice: That makes me very happy.
Jake's voice: I mean, after all, we do have to work together.
Marley: Donna hurt the business. Why can't you admit that?
Jake: She wasn't in this for the long run, Marley. I was prepared for that.
Marley: She blew you out of the water.
Jake: She did not blow me out of the water --
Marley: I just can't believe that she did it to you, after everything you've done for her. You were her partner and her friend.
Jake: She left this company for reasons of her own, none of which were my concern.
Marley: Well, it just doesn't sit right with me. Does it you? Do you have any idea how much you hurt him?
Donna: What I do know is that he's very confusing, he's very complex, he's intense, he's impossible to resist and it's that power that he has that makes him so dangerous. What?
Marley: You did get to know Jake, didn't you? You said that there was something really important that you wanted to tell me.
Jake: There's been a lot of things I want to tell you.
Marley: You said it might ruin what we have.
Jake: I said that?
Jamie: Jake has been having an affair with Paulina.
Marley: There's a voice in my head telling me that Jamie was right and you lied to me, Jake.
Donna: You don't understand either, do you? Nobody understands why I changed my mind. You're just -- you're dying to ask me "why," right? Just like your father.
Marley: I think that Dad and I both agree that something must have been said -- that Stacey might have said --
Donna: Stacey, Stacey -- you're just as bad as Stacey. Why do the two of you keep doing this to me? Why do you keep torturing me? Don't you think I'm suffering enough over all of this without the questions and the suspicions --
Marley: I'm sorry.
Donna: I can't take this.
Marley: I'm sorry.
Jake: I want it to be forever.
Marley: Forever -- how? How, if it is all based on lies?
Jake: What are you talking about?
Marley: I know, Jake. I didn't want to believe it at first, but I know.
Jake: You're listening to Vicky, your mother. They are the ones that lied.
Marley: No, Jake, it was you.
Donna: He started to kiss me. Oh, God, help me. We made love.
Jake: You have forgotten, Marley. All you need me to do is remind you.
Marley: Jake, don't --
Jake: Stop talking about things that are wrong and remember things that were right.
Marley: Don't do this. Jake, don't do this. Jake, don't do this! Please, don't do this! Jake, don't do this!
Jake's voice: I love you more than anyone I've ever met in my life.
Donna's voice: Marley, I love you.
Frankie: Mrs. Collins isn't in.
Man: Maybe that's because she's down here.
Frankie: What? Where? I don't see her.
Man: I thought I saw her. Right over there.
Man: Oh, maybe not, or maybe yes. I'm having such a good time.
Frankie: I'm so glad one of us is.
Man: Hey, hey, now I've told you your fact. What's my clue, clue-maker?
Man: My clue.
Frankie: Right, your clue. Um, it has something to do with the body.
Man: You've seen it?
Frankie: Have you?
Man: Well, between us, I think it's missing.
Man: Yeah, and I don't think it was intentional, if you know what I mean.
Frankie: I haven't got a clue.
Man: Well, I heard through someone who knows the organizers that they thought it would be a real howl to have an actual body for this year's weekend.
Frankie: Get out of town.
Man: Yeah, so last I heard, a body was being brought in through the service entrance by the organizers --
Man: You know, brought to the crime scene for the setup --
Man: And now it's gone.
Man: [Laughs] We have more of a mystery than we ever could have hoped for, don't we?
Frankie: Yeah, I guess we do.
Man: So, can you imagine losing a dead body?
Frankie: Yeah, imagine.
Man: So, are you coming to the banquet?
Frankie: The banquet. Right -- the banquet, yes. I'll see you in there, um...
Frankie: Ellery, do you guys have all of these weird -- different names?
Ellery: You're very good, clue-maker. I'll have to make sure you get a special mention at the end of the proceedings.
Frankie: Why thank you.
Man: Ladies and gentlemen, dinner is served.
[Bell ringing continues]
Cass: Whoa, relax.
Cass: Don't tell me you were expecting someone else.
Taylor: Hi there.
John: Hi, I didn't hear you come in.
Taylor: Where's Sharlene?
John: Um -- she's visiting -- she'll be back in a little while.
Taylor: Well, I'm glad I could be here.
Pretty soon you're going to have everything you really need, John... everything.
You don't know how good your future can be.
Frankie: Of course I wasn't expecting anyone else.
Cass: You sure left enough clues about where you'd be.
Frankie: I did?
Cass: Yeah, you're not the only P.I. in the family, you know? But the travel agent said that you were staying next door at the Royalton.
Frankie: I am.
Cass: Why are you here?
Frankie: Why, uh, I'm looking around. Why are you here?
Cass: Because the restaurant here is excellent and I wanted to see if I could get us a late seating.
Frankie: This is the little hotel that Kathleen loved, isn't it?
Cass: Yeah, I finally remembered the name.
Frankie: Lakeview. Pretty tricky, Cass.
Cass: You did want me to track you down here, didn't you?
Cass: You don't look too thrilled to see me.
Frankie: Oh, honey, I'm always thrilled to see you, I am. It's just this case, you know, it's --
Cass: Dead end?
Frankie: You could say that.
Cass: You'll pull it out, baby, you always do.
Frankie: No, this is a tough one.
Cass: Frankie, I know I've been really busy lately and I haven't had any time for us, but that's going to change now, I promise --
Frankie: Cass, don't start --
Cass: No, no, no. I've neglected you. I admit it, but I'm ready to atone now.
Frankie: Atone? Cass, you don't have to atone.
Cass: You want me to grovel? Ok, I'm groveling. Ok, I am groveling, Frankie. Take advantage of me.
Frankie: You --
Cass: That's the first one of those that I've seen since I arrived.
Frankie: I have an idea. Why don't we take a walk by the lake, ok?
Cass: Because it's 50 below zero out there, that's why.
Frankie: It's not quite 50 below zero. Let's go.
Cass: Well, listen, wouldn't you rather snuggle up under an enormous comforter overlooking the lake by about 30 stories?
Frankie: I really could use the air, honey, ok?
Cass: All right, but if the fresh air is too cold, we'll forget the fresh air and we'll go to bed.
Cass: All right.
Marley: Do you know why I cry? Do you have any idea? You took everything I am away from me, Jake. And you made me feel dirty. And you tore my family to pieces. But I cry because I'm glad you're in pain. I am so glad that you're suffering for what you've done to me... and I hate myself for that. You made me doubt everything I once believed in.
Gwen: Ms. McKinnon, hello. Is everything all right?
Marley: It will be.
Gwen: I just have to take his vitals.
Marley: Gwen, do you know where Dr. Frame is? I wanted to talk to him.
Gwen: I heard him say that he was going up to some cabin for the night. His service will be --
Marley: No, I know where he is. Thank you.
Man: Your bail's been paid.
Donna: Oh. By whom?
Officer: You're free to go. There's a man here who said he'd take you home. You can pick up your personal things at the desk.
Donna: Hello, Duke.
Duke: Mrs. Hudson.
Donna: You're alone, I assume.
Duke: Yes, ma'am. Mr. Hudson sent me to bring you home.
Donna: Oh, good, then I'll see him when I get home.
Duke: He's living elsewhere, ma'am. I'm sorry. Are you ok, ma'am?
Donna: Duke, would you please do me a favor and when you see Mr. Hudson again, please thank him for sending you to pick me up. Let's go.
Michael: Wait a minute here. Something's not tracking.
Michael: No, no, no. The time code stopped when Jake fell on it at 8:35.
Stacey: Marley could have been wrong about that. She was under a lot of stress after --
Michael: All right, the tape mechanism could have been wrong, the machine --
Stacey: No, no, no, because forensics did a check on it and they said it was in perfect, working order. I'm sorry.
Michael: Don't give up, Stacey.
Stacey: I'm not.
Michael: Donna may be a liar. She's done an awful lot of things that I'm not too proud of. She didn't shoot Jake.
Stacey: I just don't know how we're going to prove it.
Michael: Somebody must have seen her during the time she was supposed to have shot Jake. Somebody must have. We're going to find that person, Stacey. We are going to clear Donna, get this nightmare over with, once and for all.
Man: Sharly, is that you?
Sharlene: Who is this?
Man: Sharly, listen to me. Oh, I'm so glad I tracked you down.
Sharlene: What is this?
Man: My name is Judy. We met at the Pelican Club a long time ago.
Sharlene: No, I don't remember anyone named --
Judy: Look, doll, I'm going to cut right to the chase here. I know that you are related to Donna Hudson, the woman who said that she shot Jake McKinnon. I've been reading about it in the papers. Well, she's lying, ok?
Judy: I know where she was that night and there's no way in hell that she shot Jake McKinnon.
Sharlene: You can prove this?
Judy: Definitely. Meet me at the old warehouse on Court Street.
Judy: Look, my old man is in Chicago tonight. I don't know if I can set this up any other time.
Sharlene: Look, look, why don't you come here to the hospital because my husband's about to have a --
Judy: Hey, I'm not cutting no deals, Sharly. It's either my way or no way at all.
Sharlene: Ok, just give me some time to get someone to bring me down there.
Judy: No, no. The only reason I trust you is because you used to be one of us.
Sharlene: What do you mean?
Judy: You don't got to turn tricks anymore. You changed your life. Listen, maybe if I help you with this Donna broad, you can help me?
Sharlene: Look, just give me 20 minutes and I'll be there.
Judy: Thanks, Sharly. I knew you'd come through. We sisters hang together, don't we?
Sharlene: I'll be there.
Judy: I'm some actress, huh?
Taylor: Not bad, Judy, not bad at all.
Judy: Hey, think of me if you ever need help again.
Taylor: Sure. Why don't you get out of here now, ok?
Judy: Hey, I was never here.
Cass: I'm sure you can get a vegetarian meal here, honey. It's a four-star hotel. They are very accommodating.
Frankie: Honey, why can't we just go back and order room service, ok?
Cass: Can't a fellow treat his wife to a gourmet dinner once in a while?
Frankie: Some place else. This convention of murder maniacs is driving me crazy.
Cass: I think it's strangely fascinating, don't you? Great idea -- why don't we get a table by the lobby and people watch? Come on.
Frankie: Cass, really, I don't want --
Man: Excuse me, excuse me, that friend that you were looking for -- Mrs. Collins -- just left this here for you.
Cass: Information on the case, Frankie?
Sharlene: Judy? Judy? It's Sharlene. This is great. Judy? Judy? Who is it? Who is that? Hey, hey, hey, what's going on? Hey, open that. Hey.
Jamie: Hello? Who's there?
Marley: Make love to me, Jamie.
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