Guiding Light Transcript Friday 1/2/09
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Previously on "Guiding Light"...
Olivia: Relax for one night. For a someone with such strong faith, you have so little in yourself.
Doris: No evidence, no case. Up in smoke.
Bill: There is a scar on my chest-- that is not proof—gone. How am I am going to expect Lizzie to believe in me, when even I don’t.
Everyone: Three, two one!
Lizzie: I heard your good news!
Olivia: Oh, gosh, shut up.
Olivia: I'm, I'm good. I'm alive.
Natalia: Are you all right?
Olivia: I'm breathing.
Natalia: Okay. Your alarm, um...
Natalia: Well, good morning to you, too.
Olivia: Oh, boy. I'm feeling a little crappy today. I must have hit the snooze alarm, like, 15 times.
Natalia: Yeah, I know. I was dreaming that I was at a concert.
Olivia: I'm sorry. Oh, no, no, no, no, no.
Natalia: What? What, what, what, what?
Olivia: It's 7:00. School starts in an hour. Oh, my gosh, it's her first day back. She's going to be late. She can't be late. She was late all of the time when I was sick. Emma! Emma, baby, wake up, okay? Wake up!
Natalia: What, what time is the bus?
Olivia: 7:30, but we still are have to pack a lunch. And she has to pick out her clothes. She hasn't had cereal yet. If I was at the Beacon, I would have just ordered pancakes.
Natalia: Okay, it's fine. When Rafe was little, he was the slowest kid you've ever seen in your life. I got it. Hey, Emma? Emma! Hi. How are you?
Natalia: We have to get you to school, but we don't have a whole lot of time. So can you be a big girl and go get yourself something to wear to school today. But it's cold outside, so you need something warm, okay? Like a sweater, and warm pants, tights, okay?
Natalia: So you're going to make her some cereal for breakfast. I'm going to make her some lunch, and I'll get her books and her backpack. Okay?
Olivia: Thank you.
Natalia: No time.
Daisy: Happy second day of the new year.
Grady: Best second day of the year I've ever had.
Daisy: Yeah? It's still early.
Grady: But I'm with you.
Daisy: I wish we could stay here. I mean, I know it's just a hotel, but it feels like it's ours, you know? Like it's our first real home together.
Grady: We'll find some place else for now. And then Ashlee’s mom will give us a raise, and then we'll come back here. We'll live here again.
Daisy: I'd like that. I like the whole hotel thing.
Grady: You don't miss home, sweet home, with Mallet and Marina?
Daisy: No. I want to be with you. The newspaper. I wonder if there is any more news about Ashlee’s mom and the fire. Hold on a second. Oh, my God.
Daisy: They, they dropped the charges against Bill. It says... it says that all the supposed evidence, it burned in the fire, and so now they don't have a case against him. This is so great. Bill and Lizzie are going to be okay.
Grady: I better get over to the Mayor's office right now.
Daisy: Oh, yeah. Doris must be swamped with reporters and everything. Bye.
Cyrus: Grady, it's your brother. Call me. They're dropping the charges against Bill Lewis.
Grady: So you let Bill Lewis off the hook, huh? Now who goes back on it?
Bill: Hey, you.
Lizzie: Take a look at this. It's really almost over. I mean, it says that that fire was some kind of Christmas miracle or something. Those people that were trying to frame you, they have nothing on you now. Nothing. We can really move on.
Bill: Yeah. Thank you.
Lizzie: You're welcome. What did I do?
Bill: You never gave up on me.
Lizzie: Well, I could never, ever give up on you, but you know that.
Bill: (Laughs) Look at you. So intense.
Lizzie: Well, I'm ready for life to be a little intense. Right now, actually. I think I'll have cook bring us some mimosas so we can celebrate.
Bill: Oh, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. I don't think we should celebrate just yet. I think we need to hear what the judge has to say. Doris could still change her mind.
Lizzie: No, no, no, no, no. I do not want to hear this. We are moving on, together. Absolutely nothing is going to get in the way of that, okay? Come here.
Olivia: What are you doing? Hey, we learned this in the second grade, okay?
Natalia: Here you go, Emma. Here's your hat. Can you get that on? Arms, arms. Yea! Run, run, run!
Olivia: Bye sweetie, have a great day, I love you.
Emma: Bye, Mom.
Natalia: She's on the bus.
Olivia: Thank God.
Natalia: That was close. The doors almost closed on her.
Natalia: I'm kidding.
Olivia: Thank you. I know you must think I'm crazy.
Natalia: No, I don't think you're that crazy.
Olivia: It's just that everything she's been through, and me being sick and her dad not being here... she's dealing with so much...
Olivia: ...I just want to give her as much normal as possible.
Natalia: I know. Just stick with me, and she'll be up to her ears in normal. I hope she likes PB&J. Poor Rafe, that's all he got for like six years in a row when we didn't have any money.
Olivia: Well, she's used to the caviar sandwiches, but sometimes you have to just to...
Natalia: Well, let me fix you a caviar breakfast.
Olivia: Thank you.
Daisy: I'll pay you back. It's no big deal. Hey, Uncle Frank.
Frank: Hey. Hey, yourself! Happy New Year.
Daisy: Oh, yeah, you, too.
Frank: I heard you got through to your mom.
Daisy: Ah, yeah. She sounds okay, right?
Frank: Yeah. Yeah, I think so. She misses you.
Frank: She asked how your Christmas went, and I told her, you know what? She had a great time. She was here at Company with her family, and, um... my God, you even had a piece of Dad's boysenberry pie.
Daisy: That was some good pie, wasn't it?
Frank: It was good pie. If I remember correctly, you had more than one piece.
Daisy: Sh-sh-sh. That's our little secret.
Frank: You know what? I have the rest of the afternoon off, and if you're not doing anything, maybe we could go to a movie, get something to eat.
Daisy: I would like that, but I am doing something. We're moving, Grady and me. Look, I know you don't approve of that whole situation. You made that perfectly clear at Mallet and Marina's wedding.
Frank: Look, Daisy...
Daisy: No, no, no. It's just that you're right, Christmas was really nice. And I was hoping that we could just not let Grady come between us. And maybe it is naive to think that everything could be perfect, but we can try. I have to run now. We have to be out of the hotel by 5:00, so...
Frank: Well, you know what? Before you go, just make sure you put the money back in the register, okay?
Daisy: There are too many cops in the family.
Frank: Yeah, well, you know. Over the years, I've arrested about a thousand criminals, so...
Daisy: So now I'm a criminal?
Frank: Why didn't you ask one of us for the money?
Daisy: To get a new apartment with Grady? Yeah, you would have loaned me money for that.
Frank: Okay, maybe you're right. Maybe I would have suggested that you move back in with Marina and Mallet, where you belong.
Daisy: And I would have suggested that I was going to stick with Grady no matter what.
Frank: Just do me a favor.
Daisy: I'll put the money back, okay? Are you going to tell Buzz?
Frank: No, you know, I'm not going to tell him anything. But you need to do something for me.
Daisy: What is it?
Frank: I'm not going to lecture about Grady, all right?
Frank: Daisy, you just stole money from your own family's restaurant. You may not think that's a big deal, and that's not stealing. But you know what I think? I think it's worse. I think you need to take a step back right now and look at where your life is and where you want it to be. Grady or no Grady, the Daisy I know and love would never do anything like this because you're better than that.
Grady: I was looking for something for your mom, an important file on the Bill Lewis case, a file folder or something like that.
Ashlee: Oh, sure you were.
Grady: Now that I work for your mom, and she's in the hospital, she asked me to fetch some pretty important documents.
Ashlee: Yeah. And she also asked you to jimmy the lock, didn't she? You're so busted. Oh, come on, you should spill the dirt you found.
Grady: I don't know what you're talking about.
Ashlee: Oh, come on. There is a file in there on you. Probably one on me. Don't look so shocked. You don't think I've rooted around mom's office before? You should read the file on the Springfield P.D. It is better than a soap opera.
Grady: I'm sure it's a real page turner.
Ashlee: But the real private stuff, I don't think it's here. I think it's somewhere safer.
Grady: Which is where?
Ashlee: In a locked box buried in the backyard. I'm her daughter, and I don't even know.
Grady: Maybe it's on a computer chip embedded in her brain.
Ashlee: You see that, I would believe. (Laughs) You know, I wanted to thank you again. For the other day at the hospital. Getting me in to see my mom. I can see why she likes you around. You really get things done.
Grady: There's no problem. Um... Ashlee, are you gonna mention this to your mom?
Ashlee: You're secret's safe with me. Oh, just be careful, okay?
Grady: That's what I'm trying to do. (Cell phone rings) Uh-oh. It's your mom.
Ashlee: Tell her I say hi.
Cyrus: Don't you want to know how I caught you? For starters, you left the cash register open.
Daisy: So you saw me?
Cyrus: Yup. And your acting? Not so good. That casual, "I'm just here for coffee" look on your face? Zach and Jude would have seen through it.
Daisy: I don't know what's happened to me. I used to be a fantastic liar.
Cyrus: Bad day, huh?
Daisy: Well, it didn't start off bad, but... your brother and I, we have to find a new place to live because we're running low on money. Which is why I was just borrowing the money from Buzz so we can find a decent place to crash tonight.
Cyrus: You know you're always welcome to stay at my place.
Daisy: Yeah. It's just-- I don't know, I feel like we need to find our own place, otherwise it seems like we're moving backwards. I don't know. But you're a really great brother. You know that, right?
Cyrus: Sometimes. I'm trying.
The Judge: Mayor Wolfe? Your statement?
Doris: Yes, your Honor. The prosecution moves to drop all charges against Bill Lewis on the grounds that we can no longer make a case proving his guilt.
The Judge: You do realize that a grand jury thought there was enough evidence to indict him?
Doris: I'm well aware, your Honor.
Mel: Your Honor.
The Judge: Yes, Ms. Boudreau?
Mel: The circumstances have changed since the indictment. If you wouldn't mind taking a look at this?
The Judge: Thank you. It says that the evidence against Bill Lewis was all destroyed when the warehouse on Fifth Street burned? Is that correct?
Doris: Excuse me, your Honor, yes. That is correct. Believe me, I would like nothing more than to bring Lizzie Spaulding’s kidnapper to justice, but I can't try a case without evidence.
The Judge: Motion granted. Mr. Lewis, you're a free man.
Mel: Thank you, Judge Ellis.
Lizzie: It's over! Oh, my God, it's really over!
Olivia: Not only is this offer unacceptable, it's highway robbery.
Man: That is our standard charge for centerpieces, Ms. Spencer.
Olivia: You come back to me with a reasonable offer, and we'll talk. Otherwise, I'm going to take my business somewhere else. Here. You might want to remind your boss that my hotel does over 70 major events a year.
Man: I'll do that.
Natalia: I don't know how you do it.
Natalia: Look at you, you're exhausted, and you still manage to keep the upper hand.
Olivia: Well, no. What, making a grown man cry-- that's really easy. It's a lot easier than getting my daughter off to school. I have you to thank for that.
Natalia: That's why you pay me the big bucks.
Olivia: I can't believe we have to do the whole thing over tomorrow.
Natalia: Why, why don't you just go home and relax today. I can take care of everything.
Olivia: Are you kidding me? Beating up that flower guy was like therapy to me. I just have to intimidate my next two appointments and I'll be good as new. (Cell phone rings)
Natalia: Hello? This is she. Oh, yeah. Yes, I understand. No. I know that you did everything that you could. Thank you. Bye.
Natalia: Rafe's lawyer, he was hoping to find a loophole in the case. No luck. He's going to keep trying, though.
Olivia: I'm so sorry.
Natalia: Me, too. What can you do?
Olivia: Um, look... why don't you-- why don't you take some time for yourself. Go home and take a nice, long bath. I can take care of all of this.
Natalia: No. No. I have to get this paperwork down to the accounting office, like immediately. Then I have to talk to the staff about the new 2009 vacation policies, and then I have to pick up Emma. And I have to do it in that order. So...
Ashlee: Oh, hey!
Daisy: Oh, hi. I was just going to your mom's office. I'm glad I ran into you.
Ashlee: Oh -- oh, I was just looking for you. You won't believe who I just busted? What? What's wrong?
Daisy: Oh, yeah. I'm sorry. It's just that Frank just busted me stealing money from Buzz's cash register. Who does that? Who actually steals money from their own family?
Ashlee: Why did you do that, Daisy? You could have borrowed money from me. I'm not rolling in it, but still...
Daisy: Thank you. That clearly would have been the wiser choice on my part, rather than steal from my family's restaurant. I just freaked out because Grady and I, we need a place to live, starting like tonight. He doesn't want to move in with Cyrus, which I get, I mean, that would be really weird. And we can't go to Mallet and Marina's because there is no way they would let Grady live there in a million, kajillion years. Oh, when is this going to get easier?
Ashlee: You mean with Grady?
Daisy: I mean-- yeah, I mean with Grady. I mean with my family. I just thought the longer we were together, they would see how serious we were about each other, that we're really in love, and that they would get it. You know? But they seem to hate him more now than they did before. They'll always see him as this bad guy. No one is ever going to accept us.
Ashlee: Don't hate me for saying this, but isn't that one of the many reasons why you love him?
Lizzie: I can't believe this. I can't believe it. I can really take you home. There's nothing, nothing standing between us. I was right the entire time. I would like you to not forget that, please.
Bill: I don't think you would let me forget that. No, no. Do you know what I want more than anything right now?
Bill: Nothing. Because everything I need is right here.
Mel: Hey, sorry to interrupt.
Lizzie: Mel, thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you for everything.
Mel: I'm happy to help.
Bill: Thank you, Mel.
Mel: But you guys better get home and get some rest, okay? You deserve it.
Lizzie: What the hell?
Reporter: Mayor Wolfe, have the charges against Bill Lewis been dropped?
Doris: Yes. At this time, that is our only course of action, but this case is not closed.
Bill: Okay, let's just go.
Lizzie: They're blocking the door...
Reporter: The fire that burned all of the evidence in this case, can you confirm that it was arson?
Doris: Well, unfortunately, at this time there isn't any evidence to prove it. I repeat, at this time. The charges have been dropped, but, believe me, this case is far from closed. Rest assured, the person responsible for kidnapping Elizabeth Spaulding will pay for what he's done. I will personally see to it. Congratulations, Mr. Lewis. You're a very lucky man.
Lizzie: Say one more word and we'll sue you for slander.
Bill: Um, mm, mm, mm, mm.
Olivia: Hey, Frank. You on duty?
Frank: Hey! How are you? Daisy duty.
Olivia: Oh. Speaking of kids... I wanted to thank you for taking such good care of Emma on Christmas.
Frank: It's my pleasure. She's a good girl.
Olivia: Is Buzz or Lynn around? I was going to have some food delivered to the house later.
Frank: You know what? I think everybody is still on their lunch break, but pick it out, yeah.
Frank: What do you want?
Olivia: Okay, I need two Buzz burgers with cheese. Please don't forget the cheese. And onions. Onions are very important. And chicken enchiladas, and some of Buzz's chili.
Frank: Holy smokes. Are you feeding Emma’s entire fourth grade class?
Olivia: Class of onions. (Laughs) Um... no. It's for Natalia. She's had a hard day. I thought I would get some of her favorites to try to cheer her up.
Frank: Ah... how is that going? Your whole living situation?
Olivia: We're settling in, I guess.
Frank: Well, that's good.
Olivia: Oh, could you add a chocolate sundae with whipped cream, lots of whipped cream. And, um, maybe one more thing. Maybe, maybe you'd like to do me a favor.
Natalia: All right, let's see. I love buying school supplies. This is so much fun. You can get new folders, new notebooks, new pens, new pencils. You know, I saw lunch boxes over there. Do you like wizards or rock stars? Emma, are you okay? Did you have fun at school today?
Emma: I liked all my teachers.
Natalia: That's good. That's a good start.
Emma: We already have homework in social studies class. We're supposed to write about or families.
Natalia: Oh, that's a really wonderful assignment because you can write about your mom and your sister, Lizzie, and Zach and James.
Emma: But we're going to have to read it in front of the whole class. And I'm gonna have to write about my father, and I don't know what to write about him.
Natalia: You know what, though? You shouldn't even worry about that. You can just write all about your mom and how strong and amazing she is, and you're going to do really, really well, right? Don't worry.
Daisy: Thank you.
Ashlee: What are best friends for?
Daisy: I don't know, giving romantic advice that is totally off base.
Ashlee: (Laughs) Okay, come on, you know I'm right.
Daisy: What? No. I'm not in love with Grady because he is some rebel that I can use to freak out my family.
Ashlee: No, that's not what I meant, Daisy. I mean, you just have to decide what's more important to you, impressing your family, impressing, you know, Frank and Marina and your mom, or being with Grady, being with the one that you love. I mean, you can't have it both ways. You knew that from the beginning with Grady.
Daisy: Yeah, yeah, yeah. I guess you're right. It's just that I so badly want them to see all of the good things that I see in Grady.
Ashlee: They will, eventually. I mean, Frank did let Grady stay at Christmas. I mean, and even if they don't, what does it matter? I mean, he's still sexy and wonderful, and he'd do anything for you. So that's what counts. I mean, hey, disappointing-- I've-- hell I've been disappointing my mom for years, and it's actually kind of fun. (Laughs)
Grady: That was freakin' awesome.
Doris: I know.
Grady: You killed it out there. By the time Bill Lewis gets to his senses, he's going to be wishing he never even met Lizzie.
Doris: Well, I don't really care what Bill Lewis thinks, as long as this town knows that I am not soft on crime. And I am not afraid to show it.
Grady: You know, when I first started working for you, I thought maybe it would be a free lunch, a couple of paychecks, but I could really learn something from you.
Doris: Well, it's nice having you around. Especially because you appreciate what I do. I think Ashlee likes having you around, too.
Grady: What do you mean? Wait a second. Ashlee and I are friends.
Doris: Right. I know.
Cop: You are lucky. You know that, right? Guys like you make me sick. Always thinking you'll get away with stuff. Good thing it always comes back to bite you. Because, trust me, it will.
Lizzie: What are you doing here?
Cyrus: I heard what Doris said to the press. I'm sorry, Lizzie.
Lizzie: Why? Bill was cleared today. He's free. He's a free man. You're fired. I don't want to hear about any new leads on the case. I don't care.
Cyrus: But what about...
Lizzie: What? About what I said before? About not being sure if Bill is guilty or not, and wanting you to find out the truth? That was a momentary lapse. That was me on no sleep, gallons of coffee, worrying that I may never be with the man that I love. But it's over now. And I know that Bill didn't do this. I know it. I know it in my heart.
Cyrus: Are you sure you're okay?
Lizzie: I'm fine. I'm-- I'm better than fine. I-- I, um, get to take Bill home today. Here, take this... take it. And don't ever talk about this with me ever again.
Bill: Hey. Lizzie, you ready?
Natalia: What on earth?
Frank: Hey. Hi.
Frank: I hope you're hungry.
Emma: So we really get to see a movie on a school night?
Olivia: Just this once. Girls' night out, okay? Popcorn and everything.
Emma: Where's Natalia? Can she come, too?
Olivia: No, she can't, baby. She's going to have a nice night out, a special dinner and relax a little bit.
Emma: Good. I want her to be happy.
Olivia: Me, too, sweetheart. Me, too.
Ashlee: Oh, Mom, I'll get it. I'll get it. Here.
Doris: I'm fine, really. I'm okay.
Ashlee: Mom, come on. You look a lot better, but where is your oxygen tank?
Doris: Oh, that was slowing me down anyway. I don't need it, really. I'm going to be as good as new by the end of the week.
Ashlee: Mom, I was really freaked out when I heard.
Doris: I know, I know, really, but I'm fine. I promise.
Ashlee: So, are you going to take it a little easy at work? I mean, not put so much on your plate?
Doris: Well, I guess I can now because I've got Grady working for me. You know, he's pretty damn capable.
Ashlee: Yeah, on breaking and entering. That was a joke. It's a joke that we have together.
Doris: Does Daisy know about your little joke?
Ashlee: Um, no. Why?
Doris: Okay, I'm just going to say it. I think that Grady likes you. I can see that. I can see it.
Ashlee: Of course he likes me, Mom. I got him this job. And he's my best friend's boyfriend. And there is nothing else going on other than that. So if you can please stop trying to be the cool mom that sets her daughter up with the boy from the wrong side of the tracks, you know? You're freaking me out.
Doris: I do my best.
(Knock on the door)
Cyrus: Hey. Daisy told me you guys are clearing out.
Grady: Yeah. We've got to keep moving. Like a shark.
Cyrus: Is Daisy here?
Grady: No. I got your message. You don't have anything to worry about. Bill Lewis was cleared. Doris still thinks he did it so it's over. I'm free and in the clear.
Cyrus: Do me a favor? Try to stay that way.
Grady: Aye, aye, captain.
Cyrus: So... where are you two headed?
Grady: Oh, we haven't figured that out yet. But we'll find a place.
Cyrus: You know you can come stay with me. I've already told Daisy.
Grady: Nah, you know, it's time I branched out on my own. Besides, we would come this close to killing each other if we're under the same roof.
Cyrus: Yeah, you're right. Forget I mentioned it.
Daisy: Oh, hey. It's checkout time. We've gotta go.
Cyrus: You guys aren't sleeping in your car, are you?
Grady: Have a little more faith, bro.
Daisy: No. We're good, seriously. Thank you, though.
Grady: See ya.
Lizzie: We're not going to let Doris get away with this slander that she is spewing. We have to find a way... we have to find a way to make everyone believe what I already knew, that you're innocent.
Bill: It doesn't matter, Lizzie. It doesn't matter. If you believe in me, then I don't care.
Lizzie: Well, I do care, okay? I think that you deserve better than this. I know what we have to do.
Lizzie: I know what we have to do. I know we have to make another presentation, just like the one we were going to do before I was kidnapped. I think we'll have it in the exact same place, just this time I'll be there. And you can stand up, and you can tell the world why you're innocent. You can list all of the reasons why you could have never, ever kidnapped me. Yes, yeah. Okay, I think that if everyone just had a chance to hear you... just talk from your heart. Tell them what you went through when I was kidnapped, how hard you worked to bring me back. I don't think there would be a single person that wasn't completely convinced that you're innocent.
Natalia: I... I can't believe you got me all of this. I can't believe you got my Buzz burgers with onions on it. That is my favorite.
Frank: Good. I'm glad. Ah... more wine?
Natalia: Okay, just a little bit. A little bit. A little bit, Frank. I'm not going to let you get me drunk.
Frank: Slow down. Okay. I wouldn't think of it. This is nice, isn't it?
Natalia: This is very nice. I mean, you really thought of everything. These are all of my favorite foods. You got me a sundae for dessert, didn't you?
Frank: No, no, no.
Natalia: You did!
Frank: No, no, no. Don't ruin any surprises here. Come on. You'll have to just wait and see.
Natalia: Okay. All right. You really are too good to me. Really. The Christmas tree sale for Rafe, and all of this...
Frank: Okay, look, I'm a guy, and, you know, we guys come with little agendas here, so... here's the deal. I'm expecting you to go down to the police station tomorrow and tell every guy down there that you begged and begged me to go out with you.
Natalia: Okay. Deal.
Natalia: Yes, I will. Seriously, though, how did you even know I like onions on my burgers?
Frank: I think you may have mentioned it once. I'll get you some more chili.
Daisy: This is it.
Grady: Don't forget what I promised you. We'll be back here some day.
Daisy: I don't care where we go. We can live on the moon, as long as you're there.
Ashlee: Hey... ew! Guys, get a room!
Daisy: We're trying.
Grady: We've got to clear out of this place. We've got to head down to some motel on Fourth Street.
Ashlee: Ew! The one over the bus depot? That's awful.
Daisy: Well, we're kind of out of options right now.
Ashlee: No, you're not. I have a spare room. It's small, and you would have to sleep on an air mattress, and pay me rent, but you're my best friend. You should come stay with me, both of you. Okay. You know what? Enough looking and let's go. Come on, grab your stuff, and we'll go. Come on, both of you.
Bill: You know, you don't have to do this for me, you know?
Lizzie: I know I don't have to. I want to. I just want you to have a chance to speak from your heart. Show everyone... what's wrong?
Bill: Um... you've been amazing these past few weeks. I mean, more than amazing. My own parents... they wouldn't believe I was innocent. But you, you stood by me, Lizzie. Your faith in me never wavered.
Lizzie: How could it? I love you.
Bill: I love you. But I can't let you do this. I can’t... I can't let you do it like this. I would never be able to live with it myself if you didn't know the truth.
Lizzie: The truth? What truth?
Bill: The truth is, Lizzie, I don't remember if I kidnapped you or not. I just don't know.
Coming up on "Guiding Light".
Lizzie: Mayor Wolfe’s press conference has to be answered, and you don't know if you're the one who kidnapped me. You told me how much you loved me. Do you remember that?
Lizzie: Well, maybe you did do it. I didn't think it could get any worse.
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