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Another World Transcript Monday 1/22/07
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Frankie: Can I come in?
Ryan: Uh, yeah, sure. I thought -- I thought you were out of town. I thought you were visiting your Mom or something.
Frankie: I just got back, haven't even been home yet.
Ryan: You weren't out visiting your Mom, were you?
Frankie: I saw Kathleen.
Ryan: What? Are you sure?
Frankie: Cass' first wife is alive.
Ryan: Are you sure?
Frankie: I talked to her, Ryan. She's in San Antonio, Texas.
Ryan: So that's where you went.
Frankie: Yeah, I followed her there after she left Chicago.
Ryan: Ok, slow down. Now, this is the woman that you said was visiting Jake, the one that was on the hospital, uh, security tapes?
Frankie: Yes, but she was staying in Chicago. I traced her to a hotel there.
Ryan: Does Cass know that she's alive?
Frankie: That -- that's the weirdest part. She doesn't want me to tell Cass that she's alive.
Ryan: So Cass doesn't know?
Frankie: Not yet.
Ryan: Well, Frankie, you've gotta tell him.
Frankie: I'm not sure that I can.
Stacey: Heavy, huh?
Stacey: Yours has forward, right?
Cass: Oh, fast-forward, slow-forward, we got everything.
Cass: It's state-of-the-art.
Stacey: I hope these tapes don't put us to sleep.
Cass: Well, considering that they show the area outside Jake's room, there should be a few high points.
Stacey: Yeah. You know, I did start to wonder whether or not we should do this.
Cass: You wanted the tapes.
Stacey: I know, I know, but it's just that Marley's been through so much, and this confession is what got her off, so if we start making waves that we don't believe the confession --
Cass: Michael doesn't.
Stacey: I know, but what if --
Cass: Look, I know that Marley is innocent. I'm not sure about Donna yet, but if she is, too, then someone else has to have done it, right?
Stacey: Well, let's hope that we find a suspect on one of these tapes.
Cass: Sit down, this is a good place to start.
Cass: Put on your specs, sis, and let's go scouting.
Cass: You know, my guess is whoever shot Jake is watching his recovery very closely.
Paulina: [Garbled speech] Hello, Jake. [Garbled speech] You were never gonna come out of this. [Garbled speech] What will you remember?
Ronnie: Oh, I'm sorry, I have to give him his medication.
Paulina: Oh, um, I'm -- I was just looking for a place to put these. I understand Jake's been improving. Maybe he'll see them.
Ronnie: I can put them in a vase for you.
Paulina: Has there been any change?
Ronnie: Well, his progress has been slow, but it's been steady.
Paulina: He looks the same to me.
Ronnie: Dr. McGuire is very optimistic.
Paulina: Hello, Jamie.
Jamie: I just got this. What are you trying to pull?
Ryan: So what are you going to do?
Frankie: Well, Kathleen says she doesn't want him anymore.
Ryan: So that means she's not gonna stand in your way.
Frankie: This would break his heart -- thinking she doesn't love him anymore.
Ryan: But if she doesn't love him --
Frankie: The rejection would kill him. Even if he does stay with me, it will never be the same.
Ryan: Frankie, you've gotta stop looking at yourself as the second choice.
Frankie: Honey, that is what I am. She was there first.
Ryan: Tell him. It's up to him to decide.
Frankie: Obviously, Kathleen doesn't think so. This will change everything Cass and I have.
Ryan: Frankie, let's just go over what you have, ok?
Frankie: Ok, um, she says that she was in the plane crash but that she survived.
Frankie: She didn't elaborate. She just said it took her a long time to recover.
Ryan: And while she was doing this, she just let her family and Cass think that she was killed?
Frankie: I don't think she did that on purpose, not -- not at first, anyway. Apparently, months went by before she was well to be able to even try to contact him.
Ryan: So why -- couldn't someone else tell them?
Frankie: I don't know.
Ryan: And what about when she was better?
Frankie: She says that, uh, she lost faith in Cass because he stopped searching for her.
Ryan: [Scoffs] But she knew that he thought that she was dead.
Frankie: I guess she figures he accepted that a little too easily. She went on and on and on about how they had both started new lives.
Ryan: Did you buy that?
Frankie: Not a word of it.
Frankie: Well, she changed her name -- Collins. Why would anybody change their name if they're not really in trouble?
Ryan: Good point. Let's go with the intuition. Is she, um, still in love with him?
Frankie: She, um, says she isn't.
Ryan: Is she?
Frankie: There's a new guy in her life, but he doesn't seem very nice.
Ryan: How do you think he figures in?
Frankie: I'm not sure. I heard them arguing -- maybe he's the one that's in trouble.
Ryan: Did you meet him?
Frankie: Not exactly. When I, uh, when I got too close to her hotel room in Chicago, somebody -- I'm assuming it's her pal -- put a handkerchief with chloroform on my face.
Ryan: And you still didn't tell Cass?
Frankie: I had to be sure, Ryan.
Ryan: Well, now you are.
Frankie: Not of everything. I want to know the real reason that Kathleen is doing this, the real reason.
Ryan: So I guess you think that, um, Kathleen's in trouble, huh?
Frankie: Yes, I think it's major.
Ryan: And if you keep quiet about this, it's not going to help her.
Frankie: That might not even be what she really wants.
Ryan: And you could help both Kathleen and Cass.
Frankie: Mm-hmm. The only person who's sure to lose is me.
Cass: Whoa, whoa, who was that?
Stacey: That was Iris.
Cass: Oh, well, keep going.
Stacey: Yeah. I really appreciate you helping me out, Cass. I don't think I could've done this solo.
Cass: Well, I hope we find something. If Morgan figures out that Donna is lying, she's gonna nail her for perjury on top of everything else.
Stacey: Yeah, I know.
Cass: Then Donna and Marley can end up in prison together. Wouldn't that be familial?
Stacey: Boy, I wish I could find an alibi for Donna.
Cass: It's tough mounting a defense when everybody in the world believes your client is as guilty as sin.
Stacey: I know. I thought it was tough defending Lucas.
Cass: That was just organized crime -- Donna can teach them a thing or two.
Stacey: Hmm. I can't believe Michael's still -- he still believes in Donna after all that. He's really something else.
Cass: Here, you keep watching.
Cass: I'll get it.
Michael: Hi, guys.
Cass: Come on in. We're just looking at tapes now.
Michael: Really, did you find anything?
Stacey: Uh, no, not yet.
Cass: You want to take a look with us?
Michael: No, thank you, actually I've gotta get going. I've gotta get over to John's.
Cass: Oh, that's right, the christening. Uh, well, weave a half hour.
Michael: So, is Frankie here? I mean, that's why I stopped by. I want to talk to her.
Cass: No, uh -- well, actually, she finally called me last night, and I told her that John and Sharlene wanted her to be Gregory's godmother. She should have been here by now.
Stacey: Yeah, congratulations, Michael. I heard that you two are godparents.
Michael: Thank you. So she's not here?
Cass: No, I had no idea how much time had passed, how late it was.
Stacey: Cass, maybe she went right to Sharlene's.
Cass: I'd better make sure.
Stacey: No -- you know, second thought, come on, let's just go ourselves right now.
Cass: You're right.
Stacey: Yeah, and then, uh, Frankie can help us out.
Cass: I hope so.
John: You know something? I didn't think that I could ever love you any more than I already do, and I do.
Sharlene: Cute. And now with our son, John, I just -- I don't know how life could get any better. [Sighs] John?
Sharlene: Pick that up.
Sharlene: Please. And put -- put it over there. That's it. Let me see, let me see. No, I don't like it, put it -- put it back.
John: Put it back.
Sharlene: Yeah, just put it back. I think it's better this way.
Sharlene: Yeah, yeah, yeah?
John: I want you to help me out here, 'cause I don't know if it's just me or do we, in fact, have the most perfect child in the world?
Sharlene: I defy anyone to look at Greggy and think differently.
John: Hmm, "Greggy"?
Sharlene: Oh --
John: Look, can't we at least make the name official before we start making it cute --
Sharlene: I'm sorry. No, I know that sounded like Sharly.
John: No, believe me, it didn't sound like Sharly. I mean, people like to make babies' names sound cute, that's all.
Sharlene: John, with all the stuff I told you, are you worried about me?
John: No, not in the least.
Sharlene: I'm so glad you believe in me.
John: You know I do.
John: Oh, it just doesn't get any better than this, does it?
Sharlene: No, it doesn't.
[Knock on door]
John: I believe our first guests have arrived.
Sharlene: Answer the door.
Grant: Hello, John.
John: This is our son's christening. We don't need any scenes.
Grant: Well, I didn't come to make one. It's for your son. May I come in? Thank you.
Paulina: Do you mind telling me why you had to make such a scene?
Jamie: I'll be glad to if you'll tell me the real reason you volunteered at the Waterfront Clinic.
Paulina: You mean your clinic, don't you? That is what you call it these days.
Jamie: What are you up to, Paulina?
Paulina: I am so tired of always being in trouble with you, Jamie. Why do you hate me so much?
Jamie: From the very beginning, pretending to be a nanny, you have made me feel like you're hiding something.
Paulina: I've explained that hundreds of times --
Jamie: Well, you're still hiding things from me. Why should I trust you?
Paulina: Ronnie Lawrence told me that you were swamped at the clinic. Give me a week, you'll wonder what you ever did without me.
Iris: I certainly don't need a week to tell you what I'd do without you.
Paulina: If I don't do a good job, you can get rid of me.
Iris: Famous last words.
Paulina: Jamie, please. Everything you said is true. Just give me a chance to prove myself -- one week.
Jamie: All right, one week.
Paulina: You won't regret it, I promise.
Jamie: Excuse me, I have a patient due in my office.
Paulina: I'll see you down there later.
Iris: Did I hear correctly? You are going to work at the clinic?
Paulina: On a trial basis.
Iris: Good heavens, haven't those people got enough trouble.
Paulina: Good-bye, Iris.
Iris: Paulina, if you think a few good works are going to convince Rachel that you're not out for cold cash, then you're mistaken.
Paulina: That's not why I took the job.
Iris: Have you been reading up about my father? Do you think you can tell people that you care about others the way he did?
Paulina: I do care about them.
Iris: Oh, boy. You're so transparent. Jamie and I can see through you and now, so can Rachel.
Grant: I appreciate this.
John: Make it short and sweet, Grant, we do have guests arriving.
Grant: Oh, I'll be quick. Say, the -- the leg, no cane?
John: It's gone.
Grant: Did you have the surgery?
Grant: I can remember when I dared you to have that operation. I guess we both wanted to be cured, so we both got what we wanted, huh?
John: I know I did.
Grant: Actually, I wanted to bring this to Sharlene. Your little boy is very lucky to have a mother like you. It's for you -- for the both of you.
Sharlene: Well, thank you, very much. I'll -- I'll open it later with the others.
Grant: Sure. Feeling ok?
Sharlene: Yes --
I'm feeling fine --
Sharlene: Oh, something's happened.
Grant: Josie cooking?
Sharlene: Yeah. John, do you mind?
John: No, I'll, uh, go see if I can help.
Sharlene: I'll just be a minute.
Grant: Well, you -- you look wonderful. Motherhood agrees with you.
Sharlene: Thank you.
Grant: I guess this really is what is best for you.
Sharlene: Well, I'm glad to hear you say that. I hope you mean it.
Grant: I do, I do. I guess Sharly really has gone, hasn't she?
Sharlene: I hope she's a part of me, but -- yes, um, Taylor really did work a miracle.
Grant: Really? Taylor?
Grant: Is she still working with you?
Sharlene: Not as my therapist. I'm not in therapy with her, but she's my friend and she's helping me.
Grant: I'm not so sure that I would go along with that, Sharlene.
Sharlene: Now, why would you say that, Grant?
Grant: Because I don't think she has your best interest at heart.
Sharlene: Why, because she got rid of Sharly?
Grant: No, no, I think I'm the only one who misses those times.
Sharlene: Yes, I think you are. And you're angry with Taylor because she ended them.
Grant: That's not it.
Sharlene: How about all the vicious rumors you spread about her at the hospital?
Grant: Ok, yes, that was wrong, but, Sharlene, this is different.
[Knock on door]
Sharlene: I have to get that, excuse me.
Sharlene: Hi, come on in.
Stacey: Hi, how you doing?
Stacey: Nice to see you.
Cass: Hi, sweetie, how are you doing?
Sharlene: Fine, John's in the -- oops, I'm sorry.
Stacey: That's all right. You didn't get too bad, no blood.
Cass: Is Frankie here?
Sharlene: No, no.
Cass: Oh, she didn't call?
Michael: Hello, Grant.
Grant: Michael. Listen, uh, if you'll excuse me, I have to be going.
Sharlene: Good-bye, Grant.
Grant: Please, think about what I said.
Cass: Now I'm really worried. Frankie wouldn't miss this.
Stacey: It's all right. I'll call the airport, see if her plane got in late. I'll just take off my coat.
Cass: Let me have it.
John: Anyone out here like to toast to my son?
Michael: Bring that over here. Are you taking presents?
Josie: We wanted to wait until Grant left. Yes, thank you. Sorry.
John: Sharlene, did he upset you?
Sharlene: John, he's gone. There's nothing to worry about.
Ryan: Frankie, I can understand why you're hesitating on this, but you have to tell Cass the truth.
Frankie: Easy for you to say.
Ryan: I guess that's not what you wanted to hear me say.
Frankie: No, I was hoping that you'd tell me to keep my mouth shut and mind my own business.
Ryan: Well, you never do that.
Frankie: I could change, Ryan, believe me, I could change.
Ryan: Frankie, you've got to get a grip. You've got to tell Cass the truth. I mean, look what Donna's lies did to her and to everyone else. You saw it played out right in front of your eyes.
Frankie: This is Kathleen's lie, not mine.
Ryan: But if you don't tell the truth, it's going to become your lie, your secret.
Frankie: I -- I've got to go -- Gregory's baptism.
Ryan: You can't put this off --
Frankie: I have got to go.
Ryan: Wait a minute, wait a minute. Frankie, Vicky and I loved each other, and now we're broken up.
Ryan: Because she didn't trust that love in the same way that you're not trusting Cass'.
Frankie: I do trust Cass.
Ryan: Well, then tell him the truth.
Frankie: Look, Ryan, I should never have bothered you, ok?
Ryan: Frankie --
Why does everybody always look at me like the bad guy?
[Knock on door]
Ryan: Come in.
Donna: I want to talk to you for a minute, and it's not about me. I want to talk to you about Victoria.
Paulina: I'm not gonna take the bait, Iris. You find somebody else to fight with today.
Iris: Before you skip off to do your good works, you might want to know why I came to see Jamie.
Paulina: All right, why did you?
Iris: Rachel has scheduled a family meeting for next Monday afternoon.
Paulina: A family meeting.
Iris: Yes, and you're not invited. It would be inappropriate, since you're the main item on the agenda.
Paulina: You don't know that.
Iris: But I do know that we want to agree on how to disinherit you, something that will save this family from any more public embarrassment. What a pity you didn't take that money I offered you a few months ago, but it was a one-time offer.
Paulina: I'm not listening to this.
Iris: You're going to get what you deserve, Paulina -- absolutely nothing.
Well, look at you. Aren't you the gift that keeps on giving. I know one person who prays every night that you never wake up.
Ryan: I do not want to talk to anyone about Vicky, especially you.
Donna: Just listen to what I have to say.
Ryan: It's pointless. Vicky and I are finished.
Donna: It's not true, not if you still have feelings for one another.
Ryan: It is true. We can't work it out.
Donna: You should see how miserable she is.
Ryan: Well, we can't put it back together just because I feel sorry for her.
Donna: I know you care about her.
Ryan: I don't like seeing her hurting.
Donna: Then you have to try again.
Ryan: Well, you tell her that.
Donna: She won't listen to me.
Ryan: Well, neither do I.
Donna: You're both going to regret this.
Ryan: Fine, fine. I'll start as soon as you leave.
Donna: Ryan, don't be so glib with me. People wait their whole lifetimes to have what you and Victoria have. Why are you throwing this all away?
Ryan: I know that you feel guilty because you got her to lie for you, but you can't make it up to her through me.
Donna: I'm not trying to do that.
Ryan: Vicky and I both know that it's over. We both believe that.
Donna: She loves you. You're the only man that's ever understood her.
Ryan: I thought I was just the, um, "cop" who wasn't good enough for you. Isn't that what you told her?
Donna: I told her that because I thought you were going after Marley for a crime that she didn't commit.
Ryan: Oh, but you knew who shot Jake, didn't you?
Donna: Yes, I did, and that's why I was so angry.
Ryan: Well, you screwed up, lady, not me.
Donna: I'm not denying that.
Ryan: You've got Vicky believing that she's not going to be happy with any man.
Donna: She loves you, she needs you. Don't turn your back on her.
Ryan: Listen, it is not my job to make your little girl happy again.
Donna: How much more does she have to be punished? Are you going to join in along with everybody else? I was hoping that you and she could have what she's always been afraid to believe in, but I guess you're not up to it.
Stacey: Are you sure? Yeah -- no, all right. Thank you. The plane arrived on time.
Cass: I should have met it.
Stacey: Oh, Cass, you know how long it takes to get out of the airport with luggage and everything.
Cass: I hope that's all it is.
Sharlene: Sure, that's all it -- look, I'm not panicked. Don't worry about it.
Cass: Well, good, then I won't panic, either. Reverend Flynn doesn't have to rush off and marry someone, does he?
Sharlene: No, he's got all afternoon. Don't worry.
Michael: So, I want you to tell me a little bit about this movie that you're doing. It sounds very exciting.
Josie: Well, I'm only in the first five minutes, and then I get shot. I mean, it's kind of weird. I have to lay around, play this dead body. I can't move at all, I have to stay really still.
Michael: Well, that -- at least you don't have to memorize any lines.
Josie: I'm sorry, Michael. I'm sorry, I wasn't thinking. I really am.
Michael: It's ok, really. It's all right.
Cass: Delivering your own son, what a manly man. Count me out, forget about it.
John: Cass, it was absolutely the best experience of my life. And I'll tell you something, I'd do it all over again.
Stacey: Don't let Sharlene hear you. At least not until Gregory's a year old.
John: The feeling that -- he grabbed my little finger right after he was born. It was just terrific.
Stacey: You said when he came out he had a baffled look?
John: Well, of course he did. I mean, he had so much to figure out. You know, who I was, who he was.
Cass: Yeah, we're still trying to figure out that stuff.
John: Well, now that I'm a father, I have to.
Sharlene: Oh, Frankie --
Frankie: Sharlene, I am so sorry. Is Gregory in college or something?
Sharlene: Oh, no, he's got a few good days left.
Frankie: Oh, I was so afraid that you were going to start without me.
Sharlene: We wouldn't do that. Frankie, slow down. Now, tell me about visiting Emma in Texas. Relatives -- who moved to Texas?
Frankie: It's a really long story, Sharlene. I'll tell you later, ok? Honey?
Cass: Frankie, is something wrong?
Frankie: Yeah. Yeah, there is.
Cass: Baby, what is it?
Stacey: Hey, Frankie!
Frankie: Um, there was a lot of turbulence over Bay City.
Cass: What, you were airsick?
Frankie: No, I'm fine. I'm fine now.
Sharlene: You have to tell me about Emma.
Frankie: Uh, after the christening, ok? I don't want to keep all these people waiting. Where is my godson?
Sharlene: He's upstairs in his crib.
Taylor: May I bring him down?
Sharlene: Oh, well -- sure, if you don't mind.
Taylor: Well, are we ready to start?
Sharlene: Uh, I don't -- Reverend Flynn, are we ready to get started?
Reverend Flynn: Why not? I would like the parents and the godparents to stand with me over here, and everyone else where they can see.
Sharlene: Donna, we weren't expecting you.
Donna: Do you want me to leave?
Sharlene: No, of course not.
Donna: I don't want to ruin anything for anybody.
Sharlene: You aren't.
Donna: Are you sure? This is for Gregory. It's a silver spoon. Every child should have one, especially yours.
Sharlene: I'll treasure it. Come on, take your coat off. Come on, everyone, let's get started.
Reverend Flynn: Will the parents bring the baby into the room, please?
Today, we welcome John and Sharlene's son into God's family. Because it was important to them and to his sister, Josie that she be present at this ceremony, we are going to ask all of you to stand in for members of our church. You can introduce him to the congregation on Sunday. Is everyone ready?
Reverend Flynn: What do you ask for this child?
Sharlene and John: Baptism.
Reverend Flynn: Bring him forward. This symbolizes that you are part of the light. I baptize thee Gregory John. Bless this child and all the children of God. Amen.
Sharlene and John: Amen.
Reverend Flynn: John and Sharlene, you wish to add your own words to this ceremony?
John: We have asked Michael and Frankie to keep an eye on Gregory and us as he grows up. We want them to help us do what's best for our son. And we have given them permission to remind us to put his needs ahead of our own.
Sharlene: We value their hearts and their unselfishness and their honesty.
Frankie: You're off to a good start, kid.
Michael: Well, I'd like to propose a toast to the newest member of the Hudson-Frame clan. And to his parents, and to all those first moments you have ahead of you -- his first word, his first step, the first time he asks to borrow the truck keys. [Laughter]
Taylor: May I have everyone's attention, please? Let's thank this family for a door that is always open to friends and a fridge that is always full of food. [Laughter]
John: Hear, hear.
Donna: Michael --
Michael: Don't, Donna. Please, don't.
Donna: Michael, please --
Michael: Donna, I lost my son because of you.
Donna: I'm sorry.
Michael: Yeah, well, so am I. And I can never, ever forgive you.
Grant: Oh, come on, let's have one more. One more is not gonna hurt to help me celebrate the newest little Hudson.
Ryan: Oh, would you drop this? You haven't stopped talking about the Hudsons for the past 20 minutes.
Grant: I seem to remember you going on about a certain Hudson woman a lot longer than this.
Ryan: And I haven't said a word about her this afternoon, have I?
Grant: No -- no, you haven't.
Ryan: And I'm not going to start.
Grant: So you're trying to get over Vicky, huh?
Ryan: I am getting over Vicky.
Grant: Well, it looks like real hard work.
Ryan: You know, Grant, I'm in the mood to punch something. Let's make sure it's not your face, ok?
Grant: [Chuckles] Come on, I'm not criticizing you. I mean, I understand what it's like trying to get over somebody that you really love.
Ryan: Oh, you're over Sharlene?
Grant: Yep, I really am.
Ryan: And you're seeing someone else?
Grant: Mm-hmm. And she may just make me get over Sharly completely.
Ryan: You know, you have so much depth to you. You know that?
Grant: [Laughs] Well, you see, there's a lot to be said for playing the field.
Ryan: Isn't that what you do until you find the right woman?
Grant: Look, Ryan, there are a million beautiful women out there.
Grant: You know? And why don't you just get off your butt and get out there and find one?
Ryan: I intend to.
Grant: Good. I mean, nobody says you have to fall in love.
Ryan: Look, love isn't easy, and it's definitely not worth it.
Grant: Well, you know, sometimes they say that falling in love again is the cure for a broken heart.
Ryan: Oh, no. Who is she?
Grant: Oh, you'll find out soon enough. As a matter of fact, I've got to go. I told her I'd give her a call and meet her before I fly off to D.C.
Ryan: Well, I'm gonna stay here.
Grant: Well, that's a good sign.
Ryan: No, it's not. I can't seem to get any peace at my own house.
Grant: Well, I'll tell you what. If you don't get out of your funk, give me a call in D.C., and I've got a few phone numbers you might just like.
Ryan: Don't start, Grant.
Grant: Suit yourself.
Ronnie: So that's the complete filing system.
Paulina: Great, got it.
Jamie: You two almost finished?
Ronnie: Yeah, I think we've covered the bases.
Paulina: It's about time.
Ronnie: Paulina, look, could you start with these stacks of insurance forms for me?
Ronnie: Thank you. Well, you're in some mood today.
Jamie: That's why I decided not to go to the christening.
Ronnie: That's not like you, Jamie. John and Sharlene are gonna be disappointed.
Jamie: I didn't want to run into Donna. I was afraid I might tell her exactly what I think of her.
Ronnie: You're taking this so hard, Jamie. I'm worried about you.
Jamie: Don't be, Ronnie.
Ronnie: Well, you keep acting like this and I'll keep worrying, ok?
Jamie: I gotta run over to the hospital, then I'm gonna stop by and see the baby. Do me a favor.
Jamie: Keep an eye on Paulina, ok?
Ronnie: Ok, but she's doing fine.
Paulina: Ronnie? I am gonna need some help with these. They are really confusing.
Ronnie: Don't worry about it. Actually, what I need you to do is help me take inventory of the medicines we have here.
Paulina: What do I do?
Ronnie: Well, I'll do the counting. Why don't you just total it up and write it next to the medicine.
Paulina: Sounds easy enough.
Ronnie: Ok, let's see. We have lozapan, five milligrams, six bottles, 12 dosage. Then we have arcopan, five milligrams, 12 bottles.
Ronnie: What's wrong?
Paulina: I know a woman who took these once.
Ronnie: Oh, yeah, a lot of people do. They are strong tranquilizers.
Paulina: This woman saved them up. She took a whole bunch at once. She almost died.
Ronnie: That's why doctors never prescribe too many of these things at once.
Paulina: Good to know that.
Ronnie: Ok, that's arcopan, five milligrams, 12 bottles.
John: Frankie, I want to thank you for the astrological chart.
Frankie: He has great aspects.
John: You'll have to come by and explain it to us sometime.
Frankie: Oh, are you kidding? I'm gonna be around here so much you're gonna have to kick me out.
Cass: John, Frankie and I have to take off. We've got some catching up to do.
John: Thank you so much for dropping by.
Frankie: We'll see you later.
Taylor: Your brother is such a beautiful baby.
Josie: Yeah, he is. I'm really gonna miss watching him grow up.
Taylor: Well, you've been doing that a bit yourself, in L.A.
Josie: Yeah, well, I guess I was a little immature the last few times I saw you. I misjudged you. I'm sorry.
Taylor: Well, that's all right. I'm glad we're having a good visit now.
Josie: Well, I am, too. And if I'm not gonna be here, I want my Mom to have a good friend around that she can count on.
Donna: Thank you for including me in this day. You welcomed me in when everyone else has shut me out. I'll never forget it.
Sharlene: Thank you.
Donna: And I don't want to say anything else, or else I'm going to cry.
Sharlene: I don't care if you cry.
Donna: I do. Let me try to make myself useful in the kitchen.
Sharlene: All right.
Taylor: Sharlene, it was such a lovely party.
Sharlene: Wasn't it?
Taylor: I hope Grant didn't spoil it.
Sharlene: No, nothing could spoil today.
Taylor: He was trying to bring up Sharly again?
Sharlene: Well, he seemed more concerned about you.
Taylor: What do you mean?
Sharlene: Well, he was trying to convince me that you weren't my friend.
Taylor: I suppose he's still pretty angry with me for helping you to integrate Sharly.
Sharlene: He told me not to trust you.
Taylor: How did you handle that?
Sharlene: I told him to quit making trouble. I'm in control now, Taylor, thanks to you. No one can plant ideas in my head -- no one.
Taylor: I'm glad.
Michael: Hello, Ryan.
Ryan: Hey, Michael, I was just leaving.
Michael: How's Vicky?
Ryan: I don't know, why don't you ask her?
Michael: You don't know? What do you mean, you don't know?
Ryan: We're not seeing each other anymore.
Michael: You're kidding.
Ryan: No. And it's between us, which none of the members of your family seem to believe.
Michael: I'm sorry, I don't know what you mean.
Ryan: Oh, well, Donna already stopped by my place and gave me her pitch to give love a second chance. Are you next?
Michael: I don't think so.
Stacey: Michael. Hi, Ryan.
Ryan: Excuse me. I'm out of here.
Michael: Bye, Ryan.
Stacey: What's with him?
Michael: Give me a scotch and water.
Stacey: I'll have the same, please.
Michael: I don't really know how to tell you the truth. Did you follow me here?
Stacey: Yeah, I kind of did. I saw the look on your face when you were watching the baby.
Michael: Stacey, I really don't want any company now. Do you mind?
Stacey: Michael, I feel awful. And I know that you blame me for losing Mikey, but I just want to tell you again that the reason I did it was because I lost a child of my own. And that's why I felt so much for Eve Miller, and now I feel for you.
Michael: What do you -- what do you want me to say, Stacey?
Stacey: I was hoping that you would forgive me. Maybe we could be friends again. Is that too much to ask?
Michael: Yeah. Right now, it is. Stacey, I hurt -- I just hurt too much. You know, I -- the best I can do is work with you to clear Donna and -- just see what time does, ok? Maybe just give me time to heal.
Stacey: All right. Thank you.
Stacey: In the meantime, what can I do to get you to stop sleeping at your office?
Michael: I beg your pardon?
Stacey: I didn't mean for it to sound like that. [Laughs] I meant, you should be taking care of yourself. Are you?
Michael: Well, I -- I don't seem to be doing too badly at the moment.
Stacey: Well, I think you could be better -- doing better than that. Now, I think you need someone to give you a little push.
Michael: What kind of push?
Stacey: Well, make some changes in your life. You know, for instance, finding a place to stay.
Michael: Oh. Well, to tell you truth, finding a new place to stay might not be a bad idea.
Stacey: Yeah. You should see what waking up in a new apartment does for your life, feel like a fresh start.
Michael: Hmm. Come to think of it, a new place sounds like a great idea. My life in general doesn't seem to be working out too well these days.
Cass: I'm still waiting to hear about your trip, like who was there.
Frankie: What is this?
Cass: It's work. We were talking about you.
Frankie: I would rather talk about you.
Cass: This is talking?
Frankie: Well, actions speak louder than words. Did you miss me?
Cass: Dean is cute, but he's a poor substitute.
Frankie: Let's go upstairs.
Frankie: Yeah, are you turning me down?
Cass: No, never. Frankie, what's wrong, huh?
Frankie: I see what happened to Michael and Donna, and I get scared.
Cass: Don't be scared. I love you.
Frankie: They loved each other, too.
Make love to me.
Jamie: Steven loved his. It made his legs really strong.
Sharlene: Oh, thank you so much.
Jamie: My pleasure. I'm sorry I didn't get here earlier.
Sharlene: You're here now, so --
John: We really appreciate you coming by. Listen, Jamie, how's Marley doing?
Jamie: I'll find out. I'm gonna see her tonight.
Sharlene: Good, good. Then you shut the rest of the world out tonight and concentrate on the two of you. That's what John and I did.
John: The important thing is, don't give up.
Sharlene: I'm glad we didn't.
Jamie: I hope one day Marley and I can say that. Look, I have to get back to the clinic.
Sharlene: No, already?
Jamie: We have a new volunteer, and I'm not so sure we should leave her to her own devices for too long.
Sharlene: Well, that sounds like a very dangerous volunteer.
Jamie: In this case, I'd say that's pretty accurate.
Ronnie: If there are any emergency calls, refer them to 911.
Paulina: What if a patient comes in?
Ronnie: Ask them to wait.
Paulina: What if it looks bad?
Ronnie: Well, if it's that bad, call 911. I've got to stay with this patient until the ambulance arrives, somebody's got to keep him..
Grant: Well. God, you're a hard lady to find.
Paulina: Grant. I can't believe it.
Grant: Oh, now I know why I've been looking for you. Can you get away?
Grant: No. Well, we're gonna have to say good-bye right here, then.
Paulina: Are you leaving?
Grant: Just for a few days.
Paulina: I'll miss you.
Grant: Ah, listen, I'll be back before you know it.
Paulina: Hold me, just for a minute.
Grant: When I get back, I'm going to hold you a lot longer than this.
Paulina: Will you think about me?
Grant: [Laughs] Will I think about you -- how can I help it?
Paulina: Grant --
Paulina: I'll miss you. It's going to seem like forever.
Grant: We'll just make up for lost time. Good-bye.
Iris: Already healing the sick?
Paulina: Don't you have anything better to do than torture me?
Iris: I wouldn't cross the road for you. I just came to drop this in for Jamie.
Paulina: Well, his office is in there.
Iris: Well, do you think you could manage to tell him that he has to read every word of this before the meeting next Monday?
Paulina: If you don't trust me, write a note.
Iris: Just see that he gets it.
Paulina: I don't believe it. They're really going to disinherit me. Over my dead body.
Cass: Roll it back, roll it back. It can't be. Kathleen?
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