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Another World Transcript Monday 2/5/07

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Paulina: Jake McKinnon's room, please.

Jake: Hello?

Paulina: Good morning, Jake.

Jake: Who's this?

Paulina: It's Paulina Cory. Remember me?

Jake: Sure.

Paulina: How are you feeling?

Jake: Well, the fog's starting to clear a little.

Paulina: Really. I'd like to see you, Jake.

Jake: Today?

Paulina: Are you up to having visitors?

Jake: Sure. The more the merrier.

Cass: What are those?

Frankie: They're for Vince. I figured after the long drive, maybe he would, you know, want a snack.

Cass: That's nice, thanks.

Frankie: What are you doing?

Cass: I'm making a list of all the things we found out about Kathleen.

Frankie: You're going to hide that when Vince gets here, right?

Cass: No, Frankie, I'm going to stick it under his nose and say, "got anything to add there, Vince?" Frankie, I'm sorry. I don't mean to be testy.

Frankie: Have you told him anything?

Cass: I couldn't tell him about seeing Kathleen. Not over the phone.

Frankie: I want you to listen to me. If she stayed away from him, too, and you tell him ‑‑

Cass: I know. What's it going to do to him?

Frankie: Do you think it's possible he knows?

Cass: Not unless he's a much better poker player than when I knew him.

Frankie: Do you suppose that maybe there was some sort of a family crisis or something that could make the McKinnons close rank around Kathleen?

Cass: And exclude me?

Frankie: I know, it's ‑‑ it's just that I ‑‑ I find it really hard to believe that Kathleen would risk everything she set up just to see Jake.

Cass: Yeah. She certainly wouldn't do it ‑‑ have done it if I had been in that hospital bed.

Frankie: Oh, honey, don't say that, ok?

[Doorbell rings]

Cass: That's probably him. Get that, would you, please?

Frankie: Yes.

Cass: Hey, Vince. It's been too long, Vince.

Vince: Sorry I'm late; I had a little trouble with your directions.

Cass: Oh, well, you know me and directions. An inexact science at best. It's good to see you, Vince.

Vince: You said it was important.

Frankie: Hi, uh, I'm Frankie.

Cass: I'm sorry. Frankie, this is Vince McKinnon. Vince, this is my wife, Frankie.

Vince: Hi.

Frankie: Hi.

Joe: Welcome to Bay City.

Kathleen: Joe.

Joe: Don't make a scene. Just come quietly.

Jenna: How am I gonna do this?

Felicia: Hey, anybody home? Hi.

Jenna: Hi.

Felicia: Well.

Jenna: You hit the stores early today.

Felicia: Well, I stopped by after my meeting, saw in the window at Marcell's this adorable little dress.

Jenna: And your closet's about to burst.

Felicia: No, no! This one's for you.

Jenna: Another one?

Felicia: Well, now, wait, I know I'm not supposed to be picking you out anything right now, but ‑‑

Jenna: No, no. It's just that you've already done so much for me.

Felicia: Oh, honey, please. Don't be silly. And I thought this would be perfect for Dean and Matthew's, you know, studio opening.

Jenna: Oh. I already, um ‑‑

Felicia: Now, what do you think? Is this a dress, or what? Huh?

Jenna: It's very nice.

Felicia: Oh, Lord, you don't like it.

Jenna: No, no, not at all. It's just that ‑‑ well, I already decided what I'm gonna wear.

Felicia: Oh, oh, well, now, you see, I should have thought of this.

Jenna: No, it's ok. But I really like it, so I'll wear it another time, ok?

Felicia: Great.

Jenna: Thank you.

Felicia: All right. So, what are you going to wear? Something to dazzle them, what?

Jenna: I want to keep it a surprise, ok?

[Doorbell rings]

Felicia: Ah‑ha. A surprise, ok, I can do ‑‑ oh!

Jenna: [Laughs]

Felicia: Surprise, huh? Hi!

Lucas: Hi, I hope you have a lot of vases.

Felicia: Ha, what's the occasion?

Lucas: Since when do I need an occasion?

Felicia: That's true.

Lucas: For you.

Jenna: Thank you. They're beautiful.

Lucas: It's my pleasure. Would you do me a favor, Jenna? Put these in some water for me, please? I need to talk to Felicia.

Jenna: Sure.

Lucas: Thanks.

Felicia: Thank you, honey. That was a very sweet gesture.

Lucas: Yeah. Jenna was overjoyed.

Felicia: Oh, come on now.

Lucas: Come on.

Felicia: Just give her a little time.

Lucas: Angelo called. He thinks he may have something on Jenna’s father.

Felicia: I thought we were calling him off.

Lucas: Why? He's our best shot.

Felicia: Because he's a hood.

Lucas: Yeah, with great contacts.

Felicia: Why can't we just hire a reputable P.I.?

Lucas: Because Angelo works fast. He just put the word out, and things are already starting to trickle in.

Felicia: Like what?

Lucas: When I know, you'll know.

Felicia: I have to go. Cass needs me.

Lucas: You're angry.

Felicia: Yeah. I am angry. Because I thought you were getting rid of the Angelos in your life.

Lucas: You're blowing this all out of proportion.

Felicia: He's with the mob. Isn't he? How can you be sort of in the mob? It's like being sort of pregnant.

Lucas: I was doing this for Jenna.

Felicia: Jenna doesn't need your underworld connections, Luke. And neither do I.

Lucas: Well, then you may have to forget about finding Jenna’s father.

Felicia: What does that mean?

Lucas: Well, if my lead is right, Jenna’s the one with the underworld connections.

Vince: Congratulations. I heard you two got married, and I guess we should have sent a card or something.

Frankie: Oh, you sent the candleholders.

Vince: We did?

Frankie: Yes, they're beautiful. We use them all the time.

Vince: Oh. Mary takes care of stuff like that.

Frankie: I wrote you a thank‑you note, but I guess...

Cass: Vince, I've really missed you and Mary. I hate that we haven't kept in touch.

Vince: Well, can we get going? Because I'd like to see Jake, and then I've got that long drive home.

Cass: Come on, Vince. Don't do this.

Vince: Do what?

Cass: Are you really so angry at me for defending Marley?

Vince: Is that why you had me come all the way down here?

Cass: You know Marley. Jake and Marley lived in your house. You know that she could never shoot him.

Vince: What I know is another child in my family was almost blown away. And you didn't seem to care very much.

Frankie: Mr. McKinnon, that is not true. Cass worked night and day to try to find out who shot Jake. None of us could have guessed it was Donna.

Cass: Honey, please.

Frankie: Cass ‑‑

Cass: Please. Vince, try and make yourself comfortable. I'll be right with you. Frankie –

Frankie: Cass, he is wrong about you. I can't sit here and let him say those things.

Cass: I can't go into that right now.

Frankie: Would you ‑‑

Cass: Frankie. I'd like to talk to Vince alone.

Frankie: Why?

Cass: Because he's got enough to handle ‑‑

Frankie: Without dealing with your new wife.

Cass: Yeah, that's it.

Frankie: Ok, well, I'll go to the hospital and check in on Jake.

Cass: Thanks.

Frankie: You want me to ask him if he remembers Kathleen’s visits?

Cass: No, I'd like to be there for that.

Frankie: Cass, I can phrase the questions so they don't ‑‑

Cass: Just humor me, ok? I'd like to be there.

Frankie: Fine, fine.

Cass: I'll come as soon as I can.

Frankie: I hope everything goes ok.

Cass: Yeah. Me, too.

Joe: You really thought you could pull this off?

Kathleen: How did you get here so fast?

Joe: Magic. Now, of course, I knew where you were running to.

Kathleen: Joe, I wasn't running anywhere.

Joe: What are you doing, then?

Kathleen: Well, gee, Joe, I thought I'd just, you know, go up and visit Jake and shoot the breeze ‑‑

Joe: We have been over this a thousand times, Kathleen.

Kathleen: Five minutes. Five minutes. It's all I need.

Joe: If either one of us talks to Jake, it will be me.

Kathleen: I don't want you anywhere near him.

Joe: Come.

Kathleen: What are you doing?

Joe: I'm getting you out of here before somebody recognizes you.

Kathleen: Joe, I was going to come back tonight.

Joe: After you made the rounds?

Kathleen: What are you talking about?

Joe: Kathleen, if I hadn't shown up, who would you have gone to see first? Jake or Cass?

John: There's no need to be nervous.

Sharlene: I know that. It's just the first time I've left him alone with a sitter. Maybe I should just call Mrs. Cassidy? Just once.

John: Sharlene.

Sharlene: Would it be too maternal?

John: Just a touch.

Taylor: Hello, Sharlene, John.

John: Hey, Taylor.

Sharlene: Hi.

Taylor: Have you been here all night?

John: Yeah.

Sharlene: Monitoring Jake's condition.

Taylor: What's the latest?

John: He says he doesn't remember anything about the shooting.

Taylor: Trauma‑induced amnesia?

John: Nah, I think it's more than that. He says he doesn't remember anything for weeks before the shooting.

Taylor: What about the rape? Does he know about that?

John: He does now. Michael made sure of that. He said he couldn't believe he would do something like that to someone he loves.

Sharlene: It's like he's a different person. I mean, it would be nice to think that someone like Jake could even turn his life around.

John: Remind me of that next time I feel like I want to choke him. I've got an appointment with Dr. McGuire.

Sharlene: All right.

John: Don't worry about Gregory.

Sharlene: I won’t.

Taylor: You left Gregory with a sitter. You must have really needed to see me.

Sharlene: Yeah, I did. Taylor, uh, remember the call I got? The one that made me go to the warehouse?

Taylor: How could I forget?

Sharlene: Well, I, uh, I saw the woman that called me.

Taylor: You did?

Sharlene: She came out to the farm. Her name is Judy. She is a hooker.

Taylor: How did she know to contact you?

Sharlene: Uh, she said that we met at a place called Ruby's.

Taylor: One of Sharly's hangouts?

Sharlene: Yeah, uh, look, I ‑‑ I don't remember being at a place called Ruby’s. I don't remember meeting Judy. I have no memory of it at all.

Taylor: Sharlene, I have a cancellation later on this afternoon. Would you like to make an appointment?

Sharlene: Yeah, I think maybe I should.

Taylor: I gather you haven't told John.

Sharlene: No, John's been so busy, we have hardly seen each other.

Taylor: Well, there's no need to worry.

Sharlene: I just ‑‑ I wanted to see what you had to say.

Taylor: Well, I think that's a good idea.

Iris: You have no recollection?

Jake: No.

Iris: You're back with us, that's all that matters.

Jake: I'm back, and you care.

Iris: Well, we worked together.

Jake: Oh, I made a tape for you.

Iris: Yes. Yes, for "Sophisticate." It was a sales presentation.

Jake: Great cuts, flashy music.

Iris: That's it, that's the one, Jake, that's the one. Jake, do you remember a job you did for me after that?

Jake: After.

Iris: You did research for me? Jake, I hired you to find out if Paullina was really my father's daughter.

Jake: Are you kidding?

Iris: You told me you had proof that she was a fraud. And I ‑‑ I was just about to pay you handsomely.

Jake: What happened?

Iris: Well, before we could finish the business, you were shot.

Jake: That time ‑‑ that time is hazy.

Iris: I need you to remember, Jake.

Jake: I wish I could help you, Iris.

Iris: Jake, you're going to have a lot of bills. A lot. Now, you provide me with the evidence I need, and that generous fee is yours.

Jake: What did I find out about Paulina?

Iris: You remembered something, didn't you, Jake? What is it?

Grant: So, where is your appointment?

Paulina: At the hospital. It's a check‑up.

Grant: I thought you were just there last night.

Paulina: Yeah, well, they want to see me again. If I don't go now, I know I'm going to be all day, so ‑‑

Grant: Why don't you just take my limousine, and I'll cab it over there in a couple of hours?

Paulina: No, no, listen, you have much more important things to do, I'm sure.

Grant: No. Nothing is more important than you right now, ok?

Jake: Back off, Iris.

Iris: I need that information, Jake.

Jake: Half this town needs something from me.

Iris: Can you blame them?

Jake: If I remember about Paulina or any of this stuff, you'll be the first person I let know.

Iris: See that I am. Huh. Speak of the devil.

Paulina: Hello, Jake.

Jake: Paulina.

Iris: Come to finish what you started?

Paulina: Is she bothering you?

Jake: She's going.

Iris: You really want to be alone with her, in your weakened state?

Jake: Only one visitor at a time, Iris.

Iris: You always played by the rules, Jake. Oh, look at you. From death's door to the picture of health in record time.

Paulina: I was lucky.

Iris: Your luck's about to run out.

Paulina: You're looking much better today. So, what were you and Iris talking about?

Jake: The good old days.

Paulina: Are you still having a hard time remembering?

Jake: Yep.

Paulina: I've been worried about you, Jake.

Jake: You're the only one.

Paulina: You know, we used to be close.

Jake: Oh, you used to work for me, right?

Paulina: We were lovers.

Jake: And I don't remember? That's terrible.

Paulina: We had some pretty good times.

You were seeing her, too.

Jake: I was cheating on her?

Paulina: You told me that you loved me.

Jake: I love Marley.

Paulina: It all blew up at a party. A party at the Cory mansion. Do you remember that?

Jake: No. I don't remember any party.

Paulina: We fought about how you'd been treating me.

Jake: I'm sorry, Paulina. I don't remember anything.

Cass: You see, Vince, Jake changed a lot after you and Mary moved out of town.

Vince: Mm, that's what everybody tells me.

Cass: And it's true.

Vince: Well, that doesn't mean he deserved to be shot.

Cass: Vince. Marley didn't deserve what he did to her, either.

Vince: I know that. Did he really ‑‑ he really raped her?

Cass: She wouldn't lie about that.

Vince: I was talking to Mary last night. I said, "nothing ‑‑ nothing makes sense to me anymore." I mean, it hasn't since...

Cass: Since Kathleen died?

Vince: You're not supposed to live longer than your kids. It isn't right.

Cass: Vince, let me help.

Vince: I gotta go.

Cass: No, wait, Vince.

Vince: How are you gonna help me? You got a new house, a new wife, and I got an album full of pictures. Now you sit across the room, and you tell me my brother's son's turned into some kind of ‑‑ do you think he did those things because he wanted to?

Cass: Probably not.

Vince: Ok. Now you used to be a member of my family. Did it ever occur to you to go and try and talk to Jake and see if you could help him?

Cass: No.

Vince: Oh. And how long has it been since you ‑‑ you thought about Kathleen?

Cass: Oh, Vince, there are things that you just don't know.

Vince: I know what I need to know. You're going on. And I'm back there somewhere. So don't ‑‑ don't think you can invite me over here for some cookies or a hand of poker. Because it's not the same anymore. Nothing's the same.

Cass: Vince, come on.

Vince: Bah!

Cass: Vince, will you wait a minute, for crying out loud?

Felicia: Vince McKinnon.

Vince: Oh.

Felicia: Hi. Oh, I don't believe it.

Vince: Yeah, there ‑‑ there he is.

Felicia: Vince? You look a little shaky.

Cass: I feel a little shaky.

Felicia: Come on. Sit down. Tell me what happened.

Cass: What happened is, Kathleen died and it ruined his life, and I can't tell him that she's alive.

Felicia: Honey, you didn't show him the videotape, did you?

Cass: Felicia, I saw her.

Felicia: What?

Cass: I found her, and I talked to her.

Felicia: You're sure. I don't believe it.

Cass: Welcome to the club.

Felicia: What did she say?

Cass: Everybody else thinks that she was dead because it was the best way of making me think that she was dead.

Felicia: What the hell does that mean?

Cass: Oh, you wouldn't believe the rationale she came up with for all of this.

Felicia: Why would she want you to think she was dead?

Cass: Because she was injured. She was badly injured in this plane crash. And I didn't go looking for her.

Felicia: That's what she told you?

Cass: That's what she told me. And I didn't know how to tell Vince that she hates me so much that she ran away from him, out of his life completely.

Felicia: Hey, no. No, I don't believe that. I mean, I knew Kathleen. That doesn't make any sense.

Cass: That's what Vince just said. That nothing makes any sense anymore.

Felicia: Honey, does Frankie know?

Cass: She knew before I did. She saw the hospital tapes before I did. She's very good. Frankie, she's very good.

Felicia: She knew, and she didn't say.

Cass: She knew for weeks. She was afraid. She was afraid that it might ruin what we have.

Felicia: Will it?

Cass: The truth? I don't know. I just don't know.

Gwen: Mr. McKinnon’s more alert today.

Frankie: And his memory is coming back?

Gwen: Still spotty. Hopefully that will change.

Frankie: Ok, great. Thanks a lot. So...

Sharlene: So, how's Jake's condition?

Frankie: He's stable.

Sharlene: Well, that's good.

Frankie: Which is more than you can say for me.

Sharlene: Ok, Frankie, did you tell Cass about Kathleen?

Frankie: I didn't have to.

Sharlene: Why, what happened?

Frankie: He knew.

Sharlene: How?

Frankie: From the hospital security tapes, the same as me.

Sharlene: No, he didn't ‑‑ he didn't say anything to you?

Frankie: He couldn't think of anything except finding her.

Sharlene: And did he?

Frankie: Yeah, in New Orleans.

Sharlene: Wait, he saw her?

Frankie: That's where he went. When I didn't know where he was, he was with Kathleen.

Sharlene: Oh, Frankie. What did she say to him?

Frankie: The same garbage she told me. It's ridiculous.

Sharlene: Well. Ok, so, so, where do you go from here? What do you do?

Frankie: I'm not sure. But I do know that Cass is not going to rest until he gets to the bottom of the story, whatever it is.

Sharlene: Oh, honey, I can't blame him. I'm just a little worried about what this is doing to you.

Frankie: Oh, no need to worry about me.

Joe: Jake McKinnon’s room, please.

Gwen: Oh, I'm sorry, I can't let you go in right now.

Joe: Well, why not? It's visiting hours, isn't it?

Gwen: Mr. McKinnon’s limited to one visitor at a time.

Joe: Well, uh, look. I'm an old buddy of his. I'm in town on business, and I'm kind of pressed for time.

Sharlene: So how is Cass? Is he all right, and how are you?

Frankie: Well, could be better.

Joe: Couldn't you, uh, bend the rules just a little bit?

Sharlene: Frankie ‑‑

Frankie: Shh!

Joe: You know, both of us would consider it a great favor.

Frankie: I have heard that voice before. At Kathleen’s.

Lucas: Jenna.

Jenna: Where's Felicia?

Lucas: She went out.

Jenna: Oh. Well, I just remembered that I have some studying to do, so excuse me.

Lucas: Oh, whatever I've done, I apologize.

Jenna: What are you talking about?

Lucas: I know how you feel about me, Jenna.

Jenna: What do you mean?

Lucas: Well, you make it pretty obvious. I'd like to try and change that impression you have of me.

Jenna: Why?

Lucas: Because if things work out between Felicia and me the way I hope, I'm going to be around a lot.

Jenna: Then maybe you should start treating her a little better.

Lucas: I treat her fine.

Jenna: Then why do you upset her so much?

Lucas: You know, people argue.

Jenna: Yeah, but you sound so angry.

Lucas: You're not used to being around people and anger.

Jenna: What does that have to do with anything?

Lucas: I just think that you don't know what it's like to be in a family. People argue. Feelings get hurt.

Jenna: Well, it sounds terrible.

Lucas: Just because people argue, it doesn't mean they love each other any ‑‑ any ‑‑ any less. Sometimes it means they love each other more.

Jenna: Well, I guess I'll have to take your word for it.

Lucas: Uh, Jenna, you ‑‑ you have no ‑‑ you have no memory of being with your family.

Jenna: No.

Lucas: You talk about your Mom a lot. You never mention your father.

Jenna: There's no reason to. I never knew him.

Lucas: Oh.

[Doorbell rings]

Lucas: Iris.

Iris: Hello, Lucas. I need to talk to Felicia.

Lucas: What about?

Iris: Her new contract.

Lucas: She's not here.

Iris: And she promised me two chapters of a new book.

Lucas: Well, maybe she left an envelope for you. I'll go look.

Iris: Yes, why don't you do that? You obviously know the lay of the land.

Lucas: I'll be right back.

Iris: You must be Jenna?

Jenna: Yes.

Iris: I'm Iris Wheeler, Felicia's publisher.

Jenna: Oh, nice to meet you.

Iris: I've heard a lot about you.

Jenna: You have?

Iris: Mm‑hmm. Well, what's it like living with the toast of Bay City, hmm?

Jenna: Is that what I'm doing?

Iris: Lucas spends a lot of time here, I take it.

Jenna: You know Lucas?

Iris: Oh, yes. We were engaged before darling Felicia got in the way.

Frankie: That's Kathleen’s mystery man.

Sharlene: Are you sure?

Frankie: I ‑‑ I heard that voice before. That's the guy that was arguing with Kathleen. And now he's pushing to see Jake.

Sharlene: No, now come on, Frankie, why would he be doing that?

Frankie: I don't know. But if he's here, maybe Kathleen is, too. Oh, I ‑‑ I've got to follow him.

Sharlene: Wait, wait, wait a second. Wait a second. Maybe if I ‑‑ should I call Cass? Shouldn't you call?

Frankie: No, I ‑‑ I ‑‑ I don't have time. I'm going to take the stairs and follow him down.

Sharlene: Well, be ‑‑ be careful.

Grant: Sharlene. Hi.

Sharlene: Oh, hi.

Grant: How's the baby?

Sharlene: Uh, I'm sorry. The baby's wonderful. Um, I ‑‑ I had to leave him home with a sitter today, and, uh, so I'm a little crazed about that.

Grant: Yeah. I'll bet, I'll bet. Are you, uh, here for a check‑up?

Sharlene: No, I'm not. I came by to see John.

Grant: Oh, I see, I see. Well, I'm, uh, I'm here with Paulina, to pick her up. Uh, she's seeing her doctor, too.

Sharlene: Oh, Paulina.

Grant: Mm‑hmm. Yeah, she's very good for me. You know, she kind of keeps me from taking myself too seriously.

Sharlene: You know, this may be none of my business.

Grant: What's that?

Sharlene: It's just that, I care about you, and I don't want to see you hurt again.

Grant: Right, well how ‑‑ why would I be hurt?

Sharlene: Paulina, is she honest with you?

Grant: Yes, I ‑‑ I think she is.

Sharlene: She told you she was here to see her doctor?

Grant: Yeah, right.

Sharlene: Well, I shouldn't tell you this, and I'm sure there's an explanation for it.

Grant: What? What?

Sharlene: Well, right now, Paulina is in Jake’s room.

Paulina: You were always out for yourself, didn't care who you hurt.

Jake: Man. You must have really hated me.

Paulina: No. I don't have any feelings for you at all. I have no desire to get back at you.

Jake: Well, I wouldn't blame you if you did.

Paulina: You've suffered enough, Jake.

Jake: I almost died.

Paulina: Well, I know how that is.

Jake: How's that?

Paulina: I took an overdose of sleeping pills.

Jake: Because of me?

Paulina: No. Not directly, anyway.

Jake: Well, I'm glad you're ok.

Paulina: I'm turning my life around. I'm forgetting the past and starting over.

Jake: Sounds like a good plan.

Paulina: You have to do the same thing, Jake. You've got no choice.

Jake: Tell me about it.

Paulina: And now that you've lost your business, it might be a good idea to ‑‑

Jake: Wait. What happened to Visions?

Paulina: I don't know.

Jake: Tell me.

Paulina: Well, while you were in a coma, nobody paid the rent. Most of the equipment was sold, I think the rest was put into storage.

Jake: Great. I'm screwed.

Paulina: You're alive, Jake. And you're gonna be ok. That is the only thing that's important.

Jake: Right. Right.

John: Will you excuse us, Paulina?

Paulina: I'll talk to you again.

John: Surprised to see her in here.

Jake: Me, too. I wonder what I did to deserve that.

Kathleen: Did you see him?

Joe: No.

Kathleen: Why not?

Joe: He's only allowed one visitor at a time, and someone was with him.

Kathleen: Well, go back up and wait for him.

Joe: We've wasted enough time. Where are you going?

Kathleen: I'm going to go up and see him.

Joe: It is like Grand Central station up there.

Kathleen: I'll be careful.

Joe: Forget it. Now, visiting Jake is what got us into this mess.

Frankie: [Whispering] Cass, it's me. Is Vince gone? I can't talk any louder. I'm in the hospital. Look, you have to come here. Don't ‑‑ but don't come to the parking garage, ok? Park out back, by the back entrance. Kathleen is here, and she's with a man.

Lucas: If you have any questions, why don't you call Felicia’s lawyer?

Iris: Oh, just the person I need to talk to.

Felicia: What do you want, Iris?

Lucas: Iris needs to ask you a question about your contract.

Felicia: It's not a good time.

Iris: It used to be anytime was a good time to talk business.

Felicia: Well, not anymore.

Iris: What, too busy with our new family?

Lucas: Time to go, Iris.

Iris: Well, you've finally got everything you wanted. Lucas and a child. Problem is, neither of them are really yours.

Felicia: Well, I really didn't need that, did I?

Lucas: Aw, come on. Forget her. She doesn't know when to quit.

Felicia: Where's Jenna?

Lucas: She's in her room, avoiding me. How's Cass?

Felicia: Don't ask.

Lucas: Ok.

Felicia: Luke. What you said before about Jenna’s father...

Lucas: Aw, I ‑‑ I don't want to start anymore fights.

Felicia: I know, do you ‑‑ do you think it's true?

Lucas: I don't know. Not yet.

Felicia: I just ‑‑ I just wanted her to have a father that she could maybe get to know.

Lucas: Maybe he is. I mean, maybe Angelo’s wrong.

Felicia: You know, I spent most of this afternoon finding out that your past can come back to haunt you.

Lucas: Something happen with Cass?

Felicia: Oh yeah. I just don't want your past to get in the way of what we have.

Lucas: It's not going to happen.

Felicia: I just want everything to be perfect for us this time.

Lucas: Come on, I'm not going to jeopardize anything. I mean, not ‑‑ not to do with our life. Now, do you ‑‑ do you want to know what Angelo said?

Felicia: Yes, I do.

Lucas: Ok. Well, he said when Gloria put Jenna in that convent school, she left strict instructions not to give out any information about her. Not even that she's enrolled there.

Felicia: How could she be so secretive?

Lucas: Well, he thinks that she might have been in danger.

Felicia: Because of her father? Hi, honey.

Jenna: Felicia.

Felicia: Yes.

Jenna: I'm really sorry that I've become such a problem for you.

Felicia: What? What problem?

Jenna: I know that I'm getting in the way here.

Felicia: Oh, honey. Why would you think such a thing?

Jenna: Well, every time I hear you and Lucas arguing, it's always about me.

Felicia: Oh, don't flatter yourself. Luke and I argue about a lot of things, believe me.

Jenna: Just say the word, and I'll pack my things and I'll go back to school. It's ‑‑ it's no big deal.

Felicia: Well, it is a big deal for me. No. I don't want you to leave. I would be miserable if you did.

Jenna: You don't have to say that.

Felicia: I know. But I'm saying it anyway. Do you know that you are one of the best things that's ever happened to me? So I'm not going to let you go anywhere, ok? Ok.

Kathleen: The sooner you let me see Jake, the sooner I get off your case.

Joe: Kathleen, give it up.

Kathleen: Oh. It's pops.

Joe: What? What's the matter?

Kathleen: That man is my father.

Joe: I thought he was in Minnesota.

Kathleen: He must have come to see Jake.

Joe: Well, I'm glad you didn't go up there. The last thing we need is a family reunion.

Kathleen: He looks older.

Joe: Well, it's been a long time.

Kathleen: Oh, pops.

Joe: That's another reason I didn't want you to come back to Bay City. There are too many memories here.

Kathleen: I've caused him so much pain.

Joe: Kathleen, you are dead to him, to all of these people.

Kathleen: He's not dead to me.

Cass: So, where are they?

Frankie: They're in the red car. Don't let them see you.

Cass: The guy went to see Jake?

Frankie: Yeah. Maybe he knows Jake.

Cass: Maybe this is between him and Jake. Kathleen just got caught in the middle.

Frankie: Cass, I don't think this guy is a very nice man. What if he has something on Kathleen?

Cass: What has she gotten herself into?

Frankie: And how do we get her out of it?

Paulina: Are you going to tell me why you're so angry with me?

Grant: You told me you were going to the hospital for a check‑up.

Paulina: Right.

Grant: So why did you go see Jake?

Paulina: Who told you that I did?

Grant: Sharlene Hudson said she saw you in his room.

Paulina: And then she came running to tell you?

Grant: Did you lie to me?

Paulina: I was at the hospital, and I thought I'd stop in and see Jake.

Grant: So you still have a thing for Jake, right?

Paulina: Would you care if I did, Grant?

Grant: You know, if you don't know the answer to that, then I don't know what the hell this relationship means.

Paulina: You and me, we have a relationship?

Grant: You came into my life when I really needed you the most.

Paulina: Oh, come on, Grant. I'm not an idiot, all right? You wanted a fling.

Grant: And you were beautiful. And you were fun, and you were very, very sexy.

Paulina: Well, I'm glad I helped you out.

Grant: And then a funny thing happened, you know. I just started to think about you. A lot.

Paulina: Really.

Grant: Really. I missed you. I missed your smile, I missed your face. I missed your touch. I care about you, Paulina.

Paulina: Oh, Grant. I, um, I knew I was going to see Jake. I lied to you.

Grant: Why?

Paulina: I don't know. I don't know. Habit, I guess. To protect myself.

Grant: From what?

Paulina: You don't let people know too much, they can't get very close, and you don't get hurt.

Grant: I wouldn't hurt you.

Paulina: I'd like to believe that.

Grant: Why did you see Jake?

Paulina: We had to ‑‑ I wanted to talk about what happened between us.

Grant: You're lucky he didn't do the same thing to you that he did to Marley.

Paulina: I want, so much, to put that part of my life behind me.

Grant: So Jake is behind you?

Paulina: Yes.

Grant: Good.

John: Well, you've just had a steady stream of visitors all morning, haven't you?

Jake: Mr. Popularity.

John: I can't imagine why any woman would want to be anywhere near you.

Jake: Careful, doc, you're losing your bedside manner.

John: Wasn't it your bedside manner that put you in here in the first place?

Jake: I guess I deserve that.

John: When I think about what you did to Marley ‑‑

Jake: I loved Marley.

John: Look, Jake, my job is to get you well. I'm going to make sure that you're good and healthy so that when Marley gets back, she can have them throw the book at you. So let's just can the discussion about love.

Jake: I'm not going to believe what everyone says, John. Not until I hear it from Marley’s mouth.

John: You really expect that she'll talk to you.

Jake: She has to. I have to make things right.

John: It's going to be a long time before things are right in Marley’s life again, thanks to you.

Jake: When's she coming back?

John: I don't know, but when she does, you leave her alone.

Jake: I'm going to talk to Marley.

John: You may be all talked out by then.

Jake: Oh? What do you mean?

John: The police and the D.A. are outside, waiting for me to give them permission to come in and have a little discussion with you.

Jake: What did the good doc say?

John: The good doc said, "it couldn't happen to a nicer guy."

Taylor: I have been looking everywhere for you.

Sharlene: Oh, I've been all over, trying to find John.

Taylor: Look, I am really sorry, but I am booked solid this afternoon.

Sharlene: That's ‑‑ look, it's ok. It really is. I have to get home and nurse Gregory anyway.

Taylor: What about tomorrow morning, first thing?

Sharlene: Ah, oh. Sure. Um, I'll see if I can get Mrs. Cassidy.

Taylor: You seem a lot more relaxed than before.

Sharlene: Well, I am. And I'll tell you, the more I think about how I handled the situation with Judy, the more I think I did pretty well.

Taylor: I'm sure you did.

Sharlene: And, uh, I ran into Grant. And, uh, I was in control there, too.

Taylor: Well, good for you.

Sharlene: So, a little shaky, but I'm fine.

Taylor: You know, these hints of Sharly's return, they may not be anything significant.

John: You got tired of waiting for me in the cafeteria?

Sharlene: A doctor's wife never minds being stood up.

John: Oh, well, it's been a crazy morning, but I'll be home early tonight.

Sharlene: Well, I've heard that before.

Taylor: Look, if you two would like a quiet evening, I would love to take Gregory.

John: Well, thank you very much, Taylor, but I have every intention of having that little guy fall asleep in my arms tonight.

Sharlene: Maybe you could tuck Gregory’s Mom in, too.

John: Ooh, can't wait for that.

Sharlene: See you later, doc.

John: All right.

Sharlene: Thank you.

Taylor: John, can we have a moment?

John: Sure.

Taylor: I ‑‑ I'm concerned about something.

John: What?

Taylor: Um, I don't want you to mention this to Sharlene, please, but ‑‑

John: What's the matter?

Taylor: I've been very worried about her.

John: Why?

Taylor: I'm afraid she might be dealing with what could be a very serious problem.

Frankie: Why are they just sitting there?

Cass: I don't know.

Kathleen: I'm going up.

Joe: Your father is up there.

Kathleen: I'm just going to take one more look. And then we'll say good‑bye to Bay City forever, all right?

Joe: Ugh, all right. I am going with you.

Cass: You're not going anywhere until I get some answers.

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