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Another World Transcript Monday 3/26/07

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Judy: Look, I did my bit by letting you know Sharly is here.

Taylor: I need you to keep her there.

Judy: If she is two people she ought to be talking to you, not me.

Taylor: I can't help her if you don't keep her there. Look, Judy, I will make it worth your while.

Judy: Ok, I'll give it a shot.

Taylor: Just keep Sharly happy. Don't let on we are talking, and everything is going to be fine.

Judy: I hate these mind games.

Taylor: We are doing this for Sharlene, to get her well. Remember that.

Judy: Just be quick about it, that's all.

Taylor: Yeah.

Judy: Hi.

Sharlene: So, did you talk to your friend?

Judy: Oh, Yolanda was out on a date. I got her roommate.

Sharlene: Well, can you think of other girls Taylor interviewed who might know something?

Judy: Uh -- maybe we don't need them.

Sharlene: Why?

Judy: Maybe I can help you out after all.

Sharlene: I knew I could count on you. What do you know?

Carl: I appreciate your prompt disposition in this matter. And are you sure that this problem won't surface again? Very good. Very good.

Donna: What don't you want to surface again?

Carl: What are you doing?

Donna: Carl.

Carl: You were eavesdropping, weren't you?

[Doorbell rings]

Kathleen: Cass.

Hi, Jake.

Jake: If I ever open a disco I'm going to have this guy be the head doorman. We'll call him Smiley.

Kathleen: Come in.

Jake: So, how are you doing?

Kathleen: I'm all right. I got a note from Joe, he is fine.

Jake: Sounds like the guy means a lot to you.

Kathleen: Well, we were together a long time.

Jake: Yeah, you belong with Cass.

Kathleen: Not one more word about this famous plan of yours. Uh-uh.

Jake: You are a fool if you don't try to get the guy back.

Kathleen: I did.

Jake: What?

Kathleen: I told Cass that I still love him.

Jake: And?

Kathleen: I hope that I didn't make the biggest mistake of my life.

Frankie: What does Kathleen have to do with our getting married next Tuesday?

Cass: Well, uh -- things have gotten even more complicated.

Frankie: Is she giving an interview or something and you want to be with her?

Cass: This doesn't have anything to do with Tuesday per se.

Frankie: Hey, Cass, I'm flexible. Any day of the week you want to tie the knot, it's fine with me.

Cass: I need to postpone the wedding.

Carl: Donna, if we are to have any relationship we must be candid with one another, and I won't have people sneak up on me.

Donna: I was not trying to sneak up on you.

Carl: Please don't lie to me, Bella.

Donna: But, you were on the telephone for such a long time.

Carl: You were talking to Lucas.

Donna: And Lucas left and I got tired of waiting, so I came over to say I was leaving.

Carl: And a beautiful woman must never be kept waiting, lest she get herself into some ..

Donna: You frighten me.

Carl: Well, it's years of looking over my shoulder.

Donna: I'm not your enemy, Carl.

Carl: Old habits die hard. Will you forgive me?

Donna: I suppose.

Carl: Come on, have a nightcap.

Donna: Oh, no -- no, no. Some other time.

Carl: It's my way of saying I'm sorry.

Donna: All right.

Carl: Now, the charm of this place is wearing a bit thin. I suggest a new venue.

Donna: Where would you suggest we go?

Carl: My suite. Come and have a look at my etchings.

Donna: All right, all right. I hear the suites at the Breckenridge are beautiful.

Carl: Let's go.

Carl: Marley. As lovely as ever.

Jamie: Is everything all right, Donna?

Donna: Yes, it's fine.

Carl: I look forward to seeing you again, Marley. We must catch up on old times. Unfortunately, your mother and I were just leaving.

Man: Excuse me, Mr. Hutchins, you have a phone call.

Carl: Another call. I will make it a short one.

Donna: Marley.

Marley: Carl Hutchins?

Donna: Marley.

Marley: Do you ever stop?

Jamie: Come on, honey.

Stacey: What?

Michael: I just love looking at you.

Stacey: I'm glad.

Michael: Allow me to make you feel a little more glad as the evening progresses.

Stacey: Michael?

Michael: Hmm?

Stacey: I really care about you. A lot.

Michael: I care about you, too. Remember what we talked about earlier? About leaving the rest of the world outside, about locking everything else out?

Stacey: Yeah. Nothing else exists but you and me.

Michael: And I will tell you what. I want you to be part of my world. I think I --

Stacey: Michael.

Michael: What?

Stacey: Michael, let's not talk anymore.

Frankie: Postponing the wedding has something to do with Kathleen?

Cass: Yes.

Frankie: Did she put you up to this?

Cass: This is about me.

Frankie: You.

Cass: And the feelings that I still have for Kathleen.

Frankie: Cass, what happened?

Cass: Nothing happened, not really.

Frankie: You were with Kathleen today. What did she say to you?

Cass: She told me she still loves me.

Frankie: Congratulations.

Cass: But I didn't promise her anything, except that I'd think.

Frankie: I see.

Cass: I realize that I really haven't done that. That I've kept all these feelings that I had for her tucked away someplace deep inside me.

Frankie: And now you want to get them out again.

Cass: I have no choice. Frankie, this is for you, too. I want to do right by you. Frankie. You are the person who showed me that I could love again.

Frankie: But now Kathleenís back and that's all different?

Cass: It has to be.

Frankie: Cass, look at what she did to you. She walked away from your love for her.

Cass: Yes, she did.

Frankie: But now she says that she loves you, and all of that is ok?

Cass: No. But she is not just part of the past anymore. And neither are the feelings that I have for her.

Frankie: You love her.

Cass: I love you, Frankie. The last thing in the world that I want to do is hurt you.

Frankie: You love her, don't you?

Cass: Oh, God, please help me. I'm in love with both of you.

Judy: How about I get us another round?

Sharlene: No, no, first I want you to tell me what you meant when you said Taylor might be dangerous.

Judy: Well, people who get close to that shrink wind up getting hurt, that's all.

Sharlene: What has she done?

Judy: The people that run things down here, they weren't too crazy about the girls spilling their guts to Taylor.

Sharlene: Why?

Judy: Well, the doc says she was asking all of those questions for a paper that she's writing. But you never know.

Sharlene: Well, did Taylor know she was putting their lives in danger?

Judy: Honey, the only one Doc Benson cares about is number one.

Sharlene: I agree.

Judy: That's why I'm worried about you.

Sharlene: I can handle it.

Judy: Looks like she's zeroing in to do a case study on you.

Sharlene: I -- can handle it, don't worry about me. I will give her something to worry about.

Judy: That's all very well and good if you stay on the farm with your hubby and kid, but if you keep coming in and out of the life, especially down here -- well, you just better watch your step, that's all I got to tell you.

Sharlene: Thanks for the tip Judy.

Judy: Yeah, sure. Us working girls have got to stick together, huh?

Sharlene: You're holding out on me.

Judy: What do you think I look like? An information booth or something?

Sharlene: This is important to me.

Judy: Hey, where is that handsome hubby of yours taking you on vacation?

Sharlene: Judy, whatever you say to me goes no further. Ok?

Judy: That shrink ain't nothing but trouble. That's all you need to know.

Taylor: You see her?

Ben: I see someone. Are you sure that's Dr. Hudson's wife?

Taylor: I have become increasingly concerned about her.

Ben: Well, you should be if she's hanging out in this kind of a neighborhood.

Taylor: I thought the hospital board should be alerted. For John's sake.

Ben: Poor guy.

Taylor: Yeah. What's she doing now?

Ben: Well, she's just talking to another woman who is obviously a hooker.

Sharlene: I'm not letting this go. Let me get you another one. Can we have another round over here, please?

Ben: That is exactly the way she was acting the night she tried to pick me up at the Pelican.

Taylor: What do you mean?

Ben: I mean, that's Sharly Watts.

Jake: Trying to get Cass back is a mistake?

Kathleen: It's a little complicated.

Jake: Kathleen, the guy is nuts about you.

Kathleen: So, how are you? Feeling better?

Jake: Well, I'm starting to get my life in gear.

Kathleen: Good. You need some money?

Jake: No, no. I finally figured a way to dig myself out.

Kathleen: How?

Jake: Will you stop worrying about me? I can take care of myself.

Kathleen: Well, I used to think that you could, Jake, but you have made a lot of mistakes lately.

Jake: And I'm making up for them. You know something? There is a little thing that you can do for me. You can talk to Matt for me.

Kathleen: Why?

Jake: I was in the video business, I can help these guys out.

Kathleen: Why would you want to do that, Jake?

Jake: Well, it beats pumping gas or tending bar.

Kathleen: Wow, you sound so confident of yourself.

Jake: Let's just say I know what a good idea it is and how I might get it. As a matter of fact, I think I can even get Marley to forgive me.

Kathleen: I think you should just forget about getting Marley back.

Jake: I can't do that.

Kathleen: Jake, I talked to her.

Jake: She just needs a little time.

Kathleen: She is engaged to Jamie, she is going to marry Jamie.

Jake: I know that, I know that.

Kathleen: Then just accept it and find somebody else.

Jake: I can't do that. Kathleen, Marley is the love of my life. Just like Cass is for you. I can't just walk away.

Kathleen: Jake, you are scaring me here.

Jake: Why? You, of all people, should know what it's like to hurt the person that you love the most.

Kathleen: Wait one second here! What I did was quite different, and you know that.

Jake: All right, ok. You just can't give up, and neither can I.

Kathleen: I tried to give up and I just couldnít.

Jake: Sounds to me like you are going to fight for Cass.

Kathleen: I just know that I want him back.

Jake: Then go for it.

Kathleen: Jake, you don't just go for it. Other people are going to be hurt.

Jake: So, tell me, what do you do, Kathleen? You just throw in the towel? You and I are both fighters, and we are both going to be winners.

Kathleen: We'll see.

Jake: You belong with Cass, and I belong with Marley. Whatever it takes.

Frankie: Did Kathleen ask you to postpone our wedding?

Cass: It was my decision.

Frankie: Did Kathleen ask you to hold off on marrying me?

Cass: Yes.

Frankie: I knew it.

Cass: But that is not why I'm doing this. Frankie, where are you going?

Frankie: Away from here.

Cass: Frankie, please hear me out.

Frankie: What's the matter? You haven't hurt me enough for one night?

Cass: I want to marry you again.

Frankie: I'm right here, Cass, I'm right here.

Cass: When I make my vows to you, I want to be able to make them honestly, with my whole heart.

Frankie: Are we talking when or if?

Cass: I need time.

Frankie: Last week I gave you your ring back. I offered you your freedom free and clear, no strings attached.

Cass: And I would not have it, and I asked you to marry me.

Frankie: You didn't just ask me. You gave me the most beautiful, romantic affirmation of love any woman could ever hope to hear.

Cass: And I meant every word of it.

Frankie: And what did I say to you?

Cass: That we should hold off on the wedding, at least until things settled down with Kathleen.

Frankie: And then you ran around like a crazy person trying to organize this instant wedding. And I let all of my defenses down. I actually believed there was going to be a happy ending for us, and now you tell me you can't marry me.

Cass: Please, try not to get too upset.

Frankie: What did you just say to me?

Cass: I know it's a lot to ask.

Frankie: You are asking me -- you are telling me that you can't marry me, and then you are asking me not to get too upset.

Cass: I didn't tell you that I can't marry you. I told you that I can't marry you now.

Frankie: I can't believe what I'm hearing.

Cass: It's a question of timing.

Frankie: You bet it's question of timing. You marry me now or you don't marry me at all.

Cass: Don't you know how badly I want to take you in my arms and say, of course I'll marry you, everything is going to be ok?

Frankie: Then do it. Do it.

Cass: I can't, not yet. I canít.

Frankie: Then you have to make a choice.

Cass: I thought I could have it both ways. Friendship with Kathleen, marriage with you.

Frankie: And now you realize you can't because of good old Kathleen.

Cass: Whatever decision I make it has to be real.

Frankie: You know my love for you is real.

Cass: Honey, I know that.

Frankie: I will tell you what else is real. Kathleen is trying to take you away from me.

Cass: Yes, I know, she forced the issue. But -- she didn't want to hurt you.

Frankie: I'm not going to let that happen. That is real, too.

Cass: Try not to blame her.

Frankie: Why shouldn't I blame her?

Cass: Because this is hard for her, too.

Frankie: Oh, first she wants you, then she doesn't want you, and then she wants you back again.

Cass: It's not that simple.

Frankie: What the hell am I supposed to do? Wait around for her to change her mind again?

Cass: Please, please, let's just go home.

Frankie: I'm not sure I have a home.

Stacey: Hi.

Michael: Hi.

Stacey: Hi. Are you ok?

Michael: Yeah, I just couldn't sleep. I didn't want to wake you up.

Stacey: Can I get you some tea or anything?

Michael: I'm all rightÖ

Stacey: You thinking about Donna?

Michael: Don't embarrass me.

Stacy: We are talking about a woman that you loved most of your life. And you just made love to another woman.

Michael: Yeah. My marriage is over, Stacey.

Stacey: I know that what you guys meant to each other -- you don't just lose that over night.

Michael: I know. I don't even know what we meant to each other. Sometimes all I feel toward Donna is anger.

Stacey: It's part of the reason why we made love tonight.

Michael: No, no, no. I wanted to be with you tonight. That was about you and me.

Stacey: You were furious with Donna because she was with Carl at Tops, and you were worried.

Michael: Well, worried, yeah. Worried about what Carl might do, but, believe me, if Donna wants to date a psychopath, that is entirely up to her.

Stacey: Michael, quit trying to fool yourself. And quit trying to fool me.

Michael: I'm not. Stacey, there is nothing I want more than to be with you right here, right now.

Stacey: I hope so, 'cause I can handle just about anything. I just don't ever want us to lie to each other.

Jamie: It's kind of late, maybe we should order.

Marley: Sure.

Jamie: Marley, do you want me to make sure that Donna is ok?

Marley: No, what she does is her business.

Jamie: Honey, you have been watching her since we got here.

Marley: Well, I just can't believe Carl and she -- well, they deserve each other.

Donna: I hope you don't mind, but I've changed my mind about having the nightcap.

Carl: Apologies, Bella?

Donna: Yes.

Carl: There will be no more distractions, I promise.

Donna: I have to be at the clinic first thing in the morning. Not tonight.

Carl: And the evening began with such promise, didn't it?

Donna: Yes, don't hate me.

Carl: I could never hate you, Bella. I could have killed you from time to time, but never hate you. This evening was unexpectedly pleasant.

Donna: Yes, it was.

Carl: Dare we do it again?

Donna: I would like that.

Carl: I'll call.

Donna: I'll be waiting.

Jamie: We are about to have company.

Marley: Great.

Donna: I'm sorry to interrupt.

Marley: But you will anyway.

Donna: I want you to know why I'm with Carl. It's not what you think.

Marley: What you do is none of my concern.

Donna: I'm trying to get closer to him so I can find out what he is really up to.

Marley: Well, that is you, isn't it? Always thinking about others.

Donna: It's the truth.

Jamie: Donna, that could be dangerous.

Marley: Oh, please don't try to stop her. Donna always does exactly what she wants.

Carl: Jake.

Jake: Carl.

Carl: You can afford a place like this?

Jake: Well, wouldn't you know, I'm just full of surprises.

Carl: Time is running out on my offer.

Jake: Don't call me, I'll call you.

Marley: This must be your lucky night. Look who's back.

Sharlene: Take that one, thanks.

Taylor: Perhaps you should go inside.

Ben: I don't know, it can get sort of embarrassing. I mean, she might recognize me.

Taylor: People like Sharly make ice not to remember men's faces.

Ben: What about you?

Taylor: I will wait here.

Ben: Well, I must admit it's fascinating. Doctor's wife is also a prostitute. I'll be back.

Judy: Look, I told you I had nothing to do with the doc showing up at the warehouse that night.

Sharlene: Really? She told me you called her to say I might be in trouble.

Judy: Just be glad that she found you in time, that's all.

Sharlene: Come on, Judy, I thought I was your friend.

Judy: Sure, we are pals.

Sharlene: Then why are you lying to me?

Judy: I'm telling you everything I know.

Sharlene: Maybe this will help jog your memory.

Judy: First you accuse me of lying and then you try to bribe me?

Sharlene: Look, my life is at stake, Judy.

Judy: Excuse me. I had better go check on my old man.

Man: Somebody should give you dough, not the other way around.

Sharlene: Keep moving.

Man: You know, I'll bet that you are worth this, plus plenty more.

Judy: I guess you figured since you were down here already you might as well make car fare home, huh?

Sharlene: Judy --

Man: There is plenty more for the right kind of a party.

Officer: Party's over, pal.

Man: What's going on?

Officer: You are under arrest, sweetheart. Get your tote.

Sharlene: No -- officer, there's been a mistake here. I wasn't doing -- I was meeting a friend.

Officer: Yeah, and I'm Arnold Schwarzenegger. Let's go.

Stacey: I didn't mean to sound like I was accusing you of lying before.

Michael: No, no, believe me, you were right. I was thinking about Donna.

Stacey: It just --it made sense to me.

Michael: Stacey, I guess there's a lot of stuff I have to work through.

Stacey: I know. And it will take a while.

Michael: But, I promise you, I will be as honest with you as I possibly can.

Stacey: That is all I ask for.

Michael: You know, Donna was never very concerned about how I felt about anything.

Stacey: Well, tootsie, I am not Donna.

Michael: Ain't that the truth.

Do you have any idea what you are in for?

Stacey: I figure, whatever it is, we are in it together.

Michael: Oh, good. I like the sound of that.

Stacey: You don't have to go.

Michael: Believe me, there's a part of me that would like nothing better than to climb back into bed right now.

Stacey: So, what do you really want?

Michael: I need some time alone.

Stacey: I understand.

Michael: I just want to take a long, long walk and think.

Stacey: I understand that, too.

Michael: I had a wonderful time tonight.

Stacey: So did I.

Michael: I really like you in my life.

I will be back.

Marley: I'm sure Jake will buy you a drink for old time's sake.

Donna: Why must you treat me this way?

Jamie: Donna, we are asking you politely. Please go. Marley has had a very difficult night.

Donna: You know how much I detest Jake.

Marley: Is that how you live with yourself? Blame him for everything?

Donna: Marley, if I had known what he had done to you I would have shot him.

Marley: If you had been more concerned about me than your reputation then that night never would have happened.

Donna: And I will never forgive myself for it. And you are punishing me. I'm just glad that you and Jamie have each other.

Marley: I don't know what I would do without him.

Donna: I understand you have gone for counseling.

Marley: Yes, I thought I needed some help.

Donna: Is there anything I can do to help. You have no idea how much it hurts me that you have pushed me out of your life.

Marley: How do you -- how do you expect me to forgive you?

Donna: I don't know, but I just want to put my arms around you and hold you so tightly that nothing bad will ever happen to you again.

Marley: You took my mother away. Do you know what that is like?

Donna: Do you know what it's like for me to die inside every day because I have caused you so much pain?

Jake: I hope everything went well this afternoon.

Jamie: What do you care, Jake?

Jake: I care about Marley.

Marley: Not enough to go with me.

Jamie: You asked him?

Marley: Mm-hmm. One thing I learned today, there are a lot of reasons for rape, but there are no excuses.

Jake: Marley, I have been thinking about what you said earlier. I'm sorry, I should have gone with you.

Jamie: What you should do, Jake, is stay away from her.

Jake: I mean, it's obvious to me that I need help.

Donna: Try the state penitentiary.

Jake: I can't take back what I did, but I can try to understand it.

Marley: Get up, Jake. Ready to go?

Jamie: Good idea.

Jake: It kills me to see her like this.

Jamie: Cut the phony remorse, Jake, nobody is buying your act.

Jake: I meant every word I said.

Donna: See you in the morning, Jamie. She may be able to forgive me one day, but you don't have a chance.

Jake: Maybe I never did.

Donna: Forget about those sad puppy dog eyes. You have lost.

Jake: Just want her to be happy.

Donna: What are you thinking? What are you up to?

Sharlene: I am not a prostitute, soliciting anybody. That was my money on the table. Tell him. You came over to me, I did not proposition you.

Man: I offered her a drink, then she came on to me.

Sharlene: That's a lie. That is not what happened.

Officer: Don't worry, sweetheart, you will be out tomorrow morning.

Sharlene: Wait, wait, I have a friend here who can straighten the whole thing out. Judy. Judy!

Officer: All your colleagues have gone, honey, they always do.

Sharlene: No, listen, I did not do anything wrong. You can't do this to me. You did this.

Taylor: I don't know what you are talking about.

Sharlene: You set me up. You set me up. Taylor, you cannot get away with this. You wonít.

Ben: That was quite a scene.

Taylor: I had no idea she was this far gone.

Ben: Well, that night she tried to pick me up at the Pelican, first she came on to me, and then just like that she started treating me like dirt.

Taylor: Her other personality had emerged. I had better go down to the police station and see if I can do anything to help.

Ben: You were certainly right, Taylor. She is a very sick woman.

Cass: Frankie?

Kathleen: Cass?

Cass: Is everything ok?

Kathleen: I'm safe, if that is what you mean.

Cass: This is a bad time to talk.

Kathleen: What's the matter? l have to get back to you.

[Doorbell rings]

Frankie: This is it, Kathleen.

Kathleen: This is what?

Frankie: You have made it perfectly clear that you are willing to do whatever it takes to get Cass back.

Kathleen: Wait a second. Cass loves me. We both know that.

Frankie: If you think that I'm going to give up the man I love without a fight, you are sorely mistaken.

Kathleen: Cass told you he wanted to call off the wedding, didn't he?

Jamie: I never should have suggested a light supper.

Marley: Jamie, you had no idea Donna and Jake were going to be there.

Jamie: We'll find a new restaurant. Some place they both dislike.

Marley: We are going to keep running into them, it's inevitable.

Jamie: Yeah. Especially since Jake seems to be making a habit of showing up wherever you do.

Marley: It is getting easier to see them. I think the meeting helped.

Jamie: Marley, I just don't want Jake to undo all the progress you have made.

Marley: He wonít. I hope he is serious about getting help.

Jamie: So am I. I find it a little hard to believe all this changed man stuff.

Marley: You think it's an act?

Jamie: I talked to him at the hospital, and I see how he has been behaving.

Marley: Hmm?

Jamie: Marley, he is as obsessed with getting you back as he was on the night he was shot.

Marley: That won't happen.

Jamie: I know.

Marley: Not because he is different, because I'm different. Now I know what real love is.

Jamie: I'm glad.

Marley: And I know I deserve it.

Jamie: That is very true.

Marley: We both do.

Donna: Answer me. What are you up to?

Jake: Marley is my ex-wife, Jamie saved my life. What is wrong with trying to wish them well?

Donna: Because you are you.

Jake: That was the old Jake.

Donna: If I even get an inkling that you are planning to disrupt their wedding, so help me, you will wish you never came out of that coma.

Jake: What do you think I ought to get them? I have been thinking about candlesticks.

Donna: I was willing to give up my life once to protect Marley, don't test me again.

Jake: Seems like you have company. I think I should probably take off. Good luck.

Michael: Oh my, you certainly do seem to be hanging with the cream of the crop these days, don't you?

Donna: What happened, did Stacey turn into a pumpkin?

Michael: I left my coat here. Just came back for it, that's all.

Donna: How nice of you to care.

Michael: I am amazed, however, at your continuing ability to exercise wonderful judgment.

Donna: Stop being sarcastic, Michael.

Michael: So what happened to your plan, Donna? The spying bit? Find anything interesting about Carl?

Donna: No, it's Jake.

Michael: Well, what about Jake?

Donna: He is hovering around Marley and Jamie and I think he is up to something.

Michael: So what, he can't do anything.

Donna: How do you know?

Michael: Donna, he doesn't stand a chance.

Donna: Do you know how clever he is?

Michael: Donna, when people love each other as much as Jamie and Marley do, and they respect each other and are honest with each other, nothing can break them apart, especially not Jake.

Donna: I suppose you are right.

Michael: Yeah, I'm right. See, a relationship can only be broken apart from the inside, and that is something you should know an awful lot about.

Donna: All right, I deserved that.

Michael: Yes, you did. But I'll tell you, if Jake ever really posed a threat to Marley, I would make sure that he never threatened anyone again. Good night.

Donna: You really did come back here to check on me, didn't you?

Michael: You watch out for Carl Hutchins.

Donna: I wasn't planning to see Jake, he just showed up.

Michael: I don't care.

Sharlene's voice: Taylor is the kind of woman who would do anything to get what she wants.

John's voice: She came into my room dressed in a nightgown.

Taylor's voice: He told you I came to his room wearing a robe?

Sharlene's voice: He told me all about it.

Taylor: The strain between you and John, Sharly, is obviously too much. You are developing paranoid behavior.

Sharlene: I don't want you back in this house with him.

Taylor: I'm not sure John is going to accept that.

Sharlene: Oh, why? Because you are the shrink and I'm the crazy lady -- he will believe you, right?

Taylor: What do you think?

Sharlene's voice: Taylor wants us both to think that I'm losing it again.

Frankie: We have no idea what this woman is capable of.

John's voice: Sharlene, what would she stand to gain by that?

Sharlene's voice: You. She tried to make it look like I'm sick so she can have John.

Taylor: Can't you see that you are driving John away? Or maybe that is what you want. Right, Sharly?

Sharlene: If you are waiting for my head to spin around and my voice to drop an octave, you can wait all night.

Taylor: What I want is for you to be well.

Sharlene: What you want is for me to be out of the way so you can step into my life.

Taylor: [Laughs] The last thing I want is your life -- believe me, Sharly.

Sharlene: You stay away from me, and you stay away from my family.

Taylor: You are ill, and you need help.

Sharlene: No, you're the one who needs help.

Taylor: Can't you see how defensive you are? You are sick. You can't face it, so you are trying to blame me and ruin my career in the process.

Sharlene: You ruined your career yourself in Philadelphia.

Taylor: What are you saying?

Frankie: Do you know what the staff here called her? The black widow.

Officer: You have a visitor.

Sharlene: John, thank --

Taylor: Hello, Sharly.

Sharlene: What are you doing here?

Officer: 10 minutes, that's it.

Taylor: I came to see if I could be of any help.

Sharlene: Where is John?

Taylor: He is in surgery. I couldn't get a word to him.

Sharlene: I want you to go, Taylor.

Taylor: Maybe if I explain your situation to the officer in charge I can get you released.

Sharlene: Taylor, you set me up.

Taylor: I can't arrange for policemen to go around arresting people.

Sharlene: You can tip them off.

Taylor: I had no idea you would be at Rubyís.

Sharlene: When I was with Judy, she left to make a phone call. I will bet you money that was you.

Taylor: That is ridiculous.

Sharlene: Then how did you just happen to be at Ruby's?

Taylor: I was doing research on the docks.

Sharlene: Another amazing coincidence.

Taylor: Isn't it lucky for you that I showed up?

Sharlene: Oh, oh, right.

Taylor: I'll wait till you are arraigned and I will explain the situation.

Sharlene: No, I don't want you explaining anything to anybody.

Taylor: Calm down, Sharly.

Sharlene: You are the one with the problem, Taylor. Trying to destroy my life so you can have my husband. You are sick, you are sick.

Taylor: These fits of paranoia are very troublesome, Sharly.

Sharlene: Leave, leave, please.

Taylor: I want you to start thinking about --

Sharlene: Guard, I want her out of here now.

Taylor: The more you refuse to accept the situation, the worse it's going to be.

Sharlene: How can you think that I would believe a word you say?

Taylor: Don't. Ask Ben Turner.

Sharlene: Why? What's he got to do with this?

Taylor: He is on the board of trustees. He was with me on the docks. He saw everything. Ask him.

Kathleen: I was trying to be direct and honest.

Frankie: Cass and I would be married right now if you hadn't come down with a sudden case of the vapors. You call that direct and honest?

Kathleen: One second here. I had the flu. Now, you know that, and I know that. And I didn't force Cass to do anything that he didn't want to do.

Frankie: He and I had a wonderful life before you came back here.

Kathleen: I warned you, Frankie. I warned you when you came down to Texas. I told you that he would want me back.

Frankie: That hasn't happened, Kathleen. He was going to marry me, so you had to do something to mess it up.

Kathleen: You act as though I intended all of this to happen. I only told Cass that I love him because it's the truth.

Frankie: And then you asked him to put off marrying me.

Kathleen: Frankie, I left Cass in the first place because I love him. I never stopped loving him. And I had every intention to let him continue believing that I was dead.

Frankie: I don't believe that for one second. This is exactly what you wanted to happen.

Kathleen: We tried to be so civilized. We tried to do the right thing.

Frankie: You don't seem to be trying very hard to me.

Kathleen: Frankie, I don't want to hurt you. I donít. I just asked Cass to consider that the love that we had is still there. And it's still very much alive.

Frankie: And bigger than all of us, right?

Kathleen: It seems to be.

Frankie: That is such garbage.

Kathleen: Really? Then why is he postponing the wedding?

Frankie: Because he feels this overwhelming responsibility to you.

Kathleen: Responsibility?

Frankie: Yes, and you are milking it for all it's worth.

Kathleen: You know, you are fooling yourself.

Frankie: No matter what you try to do to get him back, it won't work.

Kathleen: I am really, really sorry, I like you. I hate hurting you like this.

Frankie: I don't give a damn whether or not you like me. And I can take care of myself.

Kathleen: Fine. Fine. But if Cass and I were meant to be together, we will be.

Frankie: No matter what, huh?

Kathleen: No matter what.

Frankie: Either you don't know what the cost is, or you just don't care.

Kathleen: And what is that supposed to mean?

Frankie: Cass will do anything to protect you.

Kathleen: That is the kind of man he is.

Frankie: He is putting himself in danger. We all are.

Kathleen: And I'm so grateful.

Frankie: Then you should never have come back here, Kathleen.

Kathleen: Maybe, but Cass talked me into it.

Frankie: You have a will of your own. If you love Cass half as much as you say you do, you will leave Bay City and get out of our lives.

Cass: Common property, shared assets. Enough of this. Come on, Mary Frances, please pick up. Damn machine. Who's there? What do you want?

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