GL Transcript Thursday 2/5/09

Guiding Light Transcript Thursday 2/5/09


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Previously on "Guiding Light"...

Edmund: I wasn't there for Lara when she came into the world. Can you please just tell me how she left it?

Dinah: If Edmund is lying, and you're telling him all of this stuff about Lara, you know you're never going to forgive yourself.

Doris: I am not interesting in outing these two women.

Natalia: Derek, from your class? I thought you guys were good friends.

Emma: His mother said that we can't play together. I don't know why.

Olivia: Do you have a problem with us, ladies? You seem very interested in my family. So where did you hear about us? From the mayor's press conference? Oh, wait a minute. You put two and two together, saw my daughter's book report on the internet, and came up with some freakin' scandal, right?

Woman: We didn't mean to...

Olivia: Judge us? Disapprove?

Woman: What my friend is trying to say...

Olivia: That you're shocked? I'd be shocked, too. I mean, your kids going to the same school as the girl with two mommies. I mean, really, it's scandalous. Two women who care about each other, living under the same roof, doing their best to raise a child that they both love. I mean, what is the world coming to?

Natalia: Excuse me. Sorry. She's a little upset.

Olivia: No, honey, no. I'm not upset. In fact, I've never been better.

(Cell phone rings)

Shayne: Hey, Dad, my hands are full right now. Can I--

Josh: Look, son, it's been a couple days since Laraís memorial service. I just wanted to check on you and see--

Shayne: I'm fine, Dad. Listen, I... I really appreciate everything you and Mom have done over the last couple of days, okay? Um... I've got a couple of cold ones waiting for me.

Josh: Shayne, I know this is a tough time for you right now. I know you've got a lot on your mind. Lara's death, finding out that Edmund Winslow, of all people, is her father.

Shayne: Not a big deal, dad. As long as he stays away from Mom, right?

Josh: Come work at Lewis Construction.

Shayne: What?

Josh: You need... me you need me, son. And I need you.

Dinah: There he is, my hot-shot D.C. connection. How's it going?

Jeffrey: Hello to you, too. How's your head?

Dinah: Well, it depends. If you have decided to handle Mr. Freak, Edmund Winslow or not. You know, he destroys people's lives, you know, not only as a habit, but as a career.

Jeffrey: Well, don't worry about him. Edmund is not going to be a problem. And I think it's a good thing-- I already told you-- that he is here in Springfield so that we can keep an eye on him while he grieves.

Dinah: My head is fine, but apparently, you're the one who's nuts.

Nurse: Here you go.

Reva: You are so pretty! Oh, he's so handsome. I mean, you have to admit, he's very photogenic. This is the cutest baby sonogram picture you've seen all day.

Nurse: It is my job to remain unbiased, Mrs. OíNeill. But he's adorable.

Reva: Yes, he is. He's handsome and healthy, too.

Nurse: All indications show your son is developing right on schedule.

Reva: It's hard to believe that he's healthy. You know, considering the cancer meds, and the chemo and all, that he is keeping me healthy. My little miracle baby. All of the time he's just growing bigger and stronger and smarter and brave. He's just like his daddy. I know I do this all the time. I'm really sorry. Every time I get pictures, I do this.

Nurse: That's all right. Why don't you meet me out front.

Reva: Okay, thanks, Julie.

Olivia: Hey, you know, I just realized I didn't get a chance to introduce you to Natalia. I'm so sorry. Natalia, this is Beckyís mom and Owen's mom. Their kids go to the same school as Emma. And Natalia, of course, is the other star of my daughter's school project. But I'm guessing you already knew that, you know, since you were out there whispering about us behind our backs.

Natalia: Itís... it's nice to meet you.

Woman: Likewise. We really should be going.

Olivia: No, no, no. Don't you want to ask questions? Really, it's okay. Like, you know, what it's like to be two mommies together? Who fixes Emmaís lunch in the morning? Who goes on her field trips with her? We both have decided to share that responsibility, and the cooking, although she makes a mean chicken and rice and her lasagna is to die for.

Natalia: Olivia...

Olivia: And we work together at the Beacon. I don't know if you knew that. So we work together. But I have to say that I've never been happier in my entire life because not only is this woman a great mom, but she's smart and she is funny. And let's face it, she's a hottie.

Woman: Nice meeting you, Natalia. We're late for a PTA.

Olivia: Say hi to Becky for me and Owen, and call, we'll make a play date. That was fun. Hey, what did I say?

Shayne: Well, no offense, Dad, but building shopping malls is really not my thing. Really? You're not even working at Lewis Construction right now.

Josh: Well, actually, I am. In fact, I'm sitting at my desk right now, sort of easing may way back into things. I've been disconnected for too long. It's time to get back into it.

Shayne: You torturing Wanda?

Josh: Wanda's torturing me. It's her job. But let's just stick with you for a minute, okay? Look, I want you to come work with me here at Lewis on a couple of new veterans hospitals. They're already in the pipeline. All you need to do is take over the reins and help me to make them into something special. We'll work together. I have the building expertise, but I believe you're the guy that will be able to relate to these veterans.

Shayne: What's the pay like? Skydiving isn't cheap, you know.

Josh: No pressure. Take your time. Thank about it. And then say yes.

Shayne: Yeah? Thanks.

Josh: I don't want to pressure you, okay? But I will say this: If Lara were here today, I believe this is the kind of project she'd be proud of. Call me back.

Jeffrey: Okay, here. And here. Here you go.

Dinah: What's this?

Jeffrey: Those are surveillance reports on Edmund Winslow. No murder, no kidnapping and no terrorist attacks. Please, help yourself.

Dinah: Edmund is not an idiot. If he is planning something, he's not going to do it while you're watching. He's a professional psychopath. And he has probably ruined... oh, I don't know, several people throughout his life. And he wouldn't make a move in any way, at least in a way that you would be expecting it.

Jeffrey: Well, Dinah, what if he's not here to ruin anybody this time? Okay? What if he is actually here to mourn his daughter?

Dinah: I can't believe that you are actually falling for this, too.

Jeffrey: I think he's devastated. I can see it in his face. He's haunted. He's like a man who lost everything.

Dinah: Shayne is giving him the benefit of the doubt, but at least he has an excuse.

Jeffrey: What's that?

Dinah: He's grieving. He can't get out of bed, he can't even get through a full day.

Jeffrey: Well, maybe Edmund is feeling the same thing. I mean, the man lost his daughter. So if Shayne can make a connection with him, you know? They can understand Lara...

Dinah: Some of daddy love stuff. Are you telling me you know how Edmund feels because Ava landed on your doorstep?

Jeffrey: Actually, I do know how he feels, in a way.

Dinah: This is Edmund Winslow we're talking about. You, of all people, know what he is capable of.

Jeffrey: Don't worry, Dinah. I haven't forgotten anything.

Dinah: You know, it doesn't sound that way to me.

Jeffrey: Well, you know... what do you want me to do, kick him out of town? And then what, huh? Then he festers and then he stews, and then he plans his next attack to take out his pain and his anguish on who this time? Huh? On Shayne? On you again? Or on Reva or my child? No. I think it's better that we have Edmund Winslow around Springfield where I can keep an eye on him. And then he can start mourning.

Dinah: He hasn't changed. You're a fool if you think he's changed.

Jeffrey: Maybe. Maybe not. You've changed. I've changed.

Dinah: We're different.

Jeffrey: Edmund lost his daughter, okay? Maybe he is actually, genuinely feeling this pain. Who knows?

Dinah: It's possible. I don't buy it.

Jeffrey: Okay, I'll tell you what, Dinah. If you find him doing anything, anything at all out of the ordinary-- if he runs a traffic light, if he steals a candy bar-- you let me know and I promise you I will get rid of him.

Edmund: He's beautiful. You must feel very blessed.

Reva: Is there a reason why you're here?

Edmund: I'm sorry. I was walking through and I saw you in here, and I thought... I always wanted a baby. Cassie and I tried when we were together. Oh, I wanted to give that to her so badly. I was devastated when I couldnít.

Reva: So devastated that you thought it was in your best interest to snatch Michelle Bauerís newborn baby?

Edmund: I know what I did was wrong, Reva. I know I'm the last person in the world who deserves to have a child. But I had one, nonetheless. A great one. No, she was more than great. She was incredible, inspiring, selfless. Everything I was never courageous enough to be. I had a child, Reva, and then that child was taken...

Reva: You know, when Cassie lost Tammy, all she wanted to do was crawl into a hole and die. I never believed I'd see her smile again. I never thought she'd feel joy. I only thought she'd have this incredible pain for the rest of her life. And then someone would tell a story about Tammy, or they'd remember a song that she used to like to hear on the radio, or someone would tell a joke that would make her laugh, and Cassie... even though she felt like she was drowning, it was like a lifeline for her. It was like someone was reaching out their hand to pull her back to shore.

Edmund: You understand.

Reva: Yeah, I understand. But I won't let you use my son that way, even if it does help you. Because Shayne is starting to live again, and pulling him back there for your own selfish reasons... no, I won't allow that.

Edmund: What if it helps him, too, Reva? You could be depriving him of one chance to heal.

Reva: Yeah, well that's a risk that I am willing to take for my son.

Edmund: You don't doubt that Shayne loved Lara, do you? Not for one minute.

Reva: No.

Edmund: Not one second.

Reva: Of course I don't, no. Why, do you? Oh, so that's why you're here? Is that what this is all about? You're here to test Shayneís love for Lara, is that it?

Edmund: Well, that's what you're doing to me, too, isn't it, Reva?

Reva: Yes, for good reason.

Edmund: Love's always the reason, isn't it, Reva? Why we do the good things, the bad things.

Reva: I wish you'd stick with the bad. You're so much better at it.

Edmund: You take care of yourself, Reva. Take care of that baby of yours, too.

Reva: Dinah? Are you okay?

Dinah: Yeah. Yeah. My head hurts, still. Sometimes.

Reva: Do you want me to take you to Cedars so you can see your doctor?

Dinah: No. No, no, no, that's okay. It is what it is.

Reva: You know, Edmundís kind of like that head injury of yours. He's pesky. He's exacerbating, potentially life-threatening.

Dinah: That's like someone else I know.

Reva: Yeah, well, I'm sorry that I tricked you into getting you to go up to the cabin with me. I was just trying to do what was right for Shayne.

Dinah: No. You were doing what was right for you.

Reva: I was protecting him.

Dinah: From me. Big, bad Dinah.

Reva: Maybe I was wrong, okay?

Dinah: I'm sorry. I didn't quite catch that.

Reva: Maybe I was wrong, okay! About you and Shayne. About all of it. Maybe I can't help him and you can.

(Knock on the door)

Shayne: Shayne's not home right now.

Edmund: You busy?

Shayne: Extremely. There's plenty of cockroaches in this place. I've only killed three of them.

Edmund: And I thought you were a man of peace.

Shayne: Well, I guess there's a lot you don't know about me.

Edmund: And vice versa. We could leave it at that, you know? You go your way, I could go mine.

Shayne: We could or whatever. It's not like talking about her's going to bring her back now, is it?

Edmund: You want to grab a drink?

Shayne: You mean, grab a beer?

Edmund: I can drink beer.

Shayne: You can? You buying?

Edmund: Sure.

Shayne: Okay, I'm in.

Olivia: Don't you think you're overreacting just a little bit.

Natalia: What on earth were you thinking, causing such a scene in front of those women.

Olivia: Who cares? They're a couple of pathetic gossips.

Natalia: You made them think that--

Olivia: What? What? That the rumors were true? What would you have had me done, turn the other cheek?

Natalia: That would have been one way of handling it, yes.

Olivia: No, no. That's your religion, that's not mine. I don't believe on getting walked on, not by anybody. Somebody kicks me, I kick them back.

Natalia: And that's what's best for Emma?

Olivia: Oh, I think she would have been proud of what I did today.

Natalia: Perpetuating a lie?

Olivia: No, no. Showing those women I don't tolerate that narrow-minded crap.

Natalia: Oh, please. You didn't take the high road. You felt like picking a fight, and that's exactly what you did. Instead of explaining the situation to them, the a whole misunderstanding with Emmaís project, you just decided to make everything worse.

Olivia: So what? So what?

Natalia: So now those women think...

Olivia: That what? They think that we are lovers?

Natalia: You love... you love messing with their brains and just making them believe that we're a couple.

Olivia: So what? What is so wrong with people thinking that we're gay? Is it really the end of the world to you?

Natalia: What are you saying? Are you saying that you want people to believe we're in a relationship?

Olivia: I'm just... I'm saying that who cares what people think?

Natalia: I do. I don't know how many times I have to tell you I care what people think because I'm a mother.

Olivia: Yeah, me, too. I don't want Emma going through her life worried about what people think or say behind her back.

Natalia: I don't, either. But you could have walked away and ignored them.

Olivia: Is that what you want to teach Emma? That she should just run away from people who try to bully her?

Natalia: You were taunting them. You made everything so much worse.

Olivia: To make a point.

Natalia: What? What point?

Olivia: This is none of their business!

Natalia: Well, Doris Wolfe made it their business when she turned it into a news story.

Olivia: I don't care what Doris Wolfe says or does. We know the truth.

Natalia: Perception is reality.

Olivia: Oh, because Doris Wolfe said it, then we must be lovers?

Natalia: Please stop twisting everything I say around and just listen to me. What you did back there was wrong.

Olivia: So being two mommies together, this is just a really terrible, horrible thing?

Natalia: I didn't say that.

Olivia: It sounded that way.

Natalia: Oh, okay. You have your beliefs and I have mine.

Olivia: See, I thought that you believed in us, that you believed in this family and you and me and Emma.

Natalia: I have to go. I have to go meet up with Frank again. Just tell Emma that I will see her tonight.

Olivia: Okay. Great.

Edmund: To Lara. You know, we could do more than just drink to her.

Shayne: Wow. You sound like my dad.

Edmund: (Laughs) Now, there's a first.

Shayne: That's strange.

Edmund: Her life was cut short because she tried to help others. Maybe we could build something in her honor, something that could continue at least the spirit of the work that she started.

Shayne: I know that she loved children.

Edmund: A pediatric wing to the hospital. Or perhaps a children's cancer clinic. I lost a child. There must be millions of people out there who feel the same way that I-- and you-- feel right now. A children's hospital. It makes a certain amount of sense, doesn't it? Lara always told me that children love light, so lots of windows. Lots of windows. She was the sunshine herself, wasn't she?

Shayne: Where did you learn how to draw, kindergarten? Let me see that.

Edmund: We all did, didn't we?

Shayne: What it needs to have... it needs to have a patio in the center of the clinic. Somewhere where the children can play in the sunshine, but they'd also be safe and supervised. Something like this. And then all the rooms in the circle will look out into the patio, so that the children that are too sick to play can still feel like a part of the action. What?

Edmund: Nothing. Nothing, go on.

Shayne: Something like this.

We're so far from home...

Dinah: What you did, kidnapping me...

Reva: Ah, you know, can we refer to it like borrowing, because thatís really--

Dinah: That was so annoying, it made me want just... it's pretty damn clever of you. It's something I'd do myself.

Reva: Oh, and that is exactly what I'm aiming for.

Dinah: You could do worse, okay?

Reva: We are, you know, kind of similar. I mean, we're both dramatic. In fact, when you fainted, I thought you were faking.

Dinah: Well, maybe I was. Maybe I was.

Reva: Oh, you see. That's why I could never trust you.

Dinah: Oh, really?

Reva: Yeah.

Dinah: You know, I always thought you were the biggest pain in the butt.

Reva: I am a pain in the butt.

Dinah: See, good. At least you admit it.

Reva: Can I trust you?

Dinah: I care for your son. God knows why. Back in Germany, when I met him, he started off as a project. You know, something to make me feel good about myself. Then... what is this, anyway? Is this a therapy session?

Reva: No, Dinah. It's just... I've got a lot on my plate right now, with the pregnancy and the chemo, and I've got a husband who refuses to put the toilet seat down. I just... I have a lot to do to get ready for this little guy's arrival, and I just feel like I don't have the time I really need to take care of my big little guy. So thatís... that's kind of where you come in.

Dinah: Are you asking me to baby-sit Shayne?

Reva: No. I'm asking you to help him get past his grief. I'm asking you to help him get through this thing with Edmund, whatever it is. Because whether we want to admit it or not, Edmund and Shayne are connected. And no, I never predicted that I would think that you'd be right for my son, but... you get him in a way I donít.

Dinah: What do you need from me?

Reva: I need you to be you.

Dinah: That's a new one. (Laughs) Hey, do you need a ride home or anything?

Reva: No, no. No, I've got my car, and I'm fine. But, Dinah.

Dinah: Yes?

Reva: Don't hurt my kid.

Frank: She should be here shortly, so...

Natalia: Sorry I'm late.

Frank: Hi! Oh, hey, are you kidding me? Here, here, let me help you. I am dying to hear the end of that story that you were telling.

Natalia: What story?

Frank: You know, that guy in Chicago with the pizzas and all that.

Natalia: Oh, with the... (laughs) Well, it was just a running joke in my neighborhood that this one guy was keeping Joeís pizza place afloat because he it was ten pizzas a day, and the guy, were you this skinny... you needed to be there.

Frank: Oh, gosh. I'm glad I waited.

Natalia: I know. I'm sorry we didn't get to have our picnic.

Frank: Oh, me, too. But you know, no worries. We'll do it another time.

Natalia: Okay.

Frank: Well, this is nice. This works for me.

Natalia: It works for me.

Frank: Good. So... how's Emma?

Natalia: Ah, she's okay. She... she's just upset.

Frank: Uh-oh. Am I going to have to get a little tough with that kid who broke her play date? Give him a parking ticket for his tricycle?

Natalia: It wasn't Derekís fault.

Frank: Are you okay?

Natalia: Yeah. I just... it bothers me when little kids get upset like that, you know? But Emmaís tough. She'll get through it and she'll be fine. It's just part of growing up, right?

Frank: Yeah, well, some of us are still going through it.

Natalia: Don't sell yourself short. You are one of the good guys, Frank Cooper. You are... you're the best one out there.

Bartender: Let me guess, martini, two olives.

Olivia: Make it a double.

Clive: You can put that on my tab. Unless the beautiful lady objects.

Olivia: The lady doesn't object. Not so far, anyway. I'm Olivia. And you are?

Jeffrey: (Whistling)

Reva: Hey, please tell me that's a new flat-screen TV?

Jeffrey: Well, almost... almost as exciting.

Reva: Yeah?

Jeffrey: It's a train set. (Laughs) And it's got, you know, top of the line tracks, the caboose, everything.

Reva: I had no idea you were into toy trains. Since when?

Jeffrey: Well, since I knew I was going to have a little baby boy. And, well, I kind of like them myself, so...

Reva: Yeah? Interesting. But what if the little guy here likes dolls and cooking? You'll have to buy him an easy bake.

Jeffrey: Nah! Trains. What kid doesn't love a train? And little Revo here ain't gonna be any different.

Reva: Revo?

Jeffrey: No.

Reva: Really? No, no. (Laughs)

Jeffrey: Hey, I saw Josh and Shayne. They're going to be working together at Lewis Construction. It's a father-son thing, and that's what this train set is...

Reva: I don't think Shayne is going to agree to that.

Jeffrey: Well, Josh says it's a done deal. He's going to focus on Shayne, and that way we can focus on this little baby right here. And that works for me.

Reva: A train. (Laughs) You big baby.

Jeffrey: Do you think he wants a doll, really?

(Knock on the door)

Josh: Yes, come in.

Edmund: I hope I'm not interrupting.

Josh: Do you need a ride to the airport?

Edmund: Thank you, but I'm not going anywhere. Not yet, anyway. There's just too much to be done.

Josh: Terrorizing innocent people?

Edmund: I'm not here to fight, Josh. I was hoping we could actually bury the hatchet.

Josh: Edmund, you tormented Reva, you tormented Cassie. Your record with my friends and family is poor, at best. I don't see us playing any poker together any time soon.

Edmund: Well, I'm sorry to hear that, Josh, because that is just going to make things more difficult for Shayne.

Josh: What about Shayne?

Edmund: Well, didn't he tell you? We're going to be working together. Your son and I.

Shayne: Where did you come from?

Dinah: Don't stop. I didn't mean to interrupt. What you've got going on there? A private hospital?

Shayne: It's nothing, really. It's just... a bare bones idea right now that Edmund came up with to honor Lara. He asked me to work on it with him.

Dinah: Wow. No way. You're not gonna do that, right?

Natalia: You take such good care of me.

Frank: Natalia, it's just a glass of wine.

Natalia: I don't know what I did to deserve it. I don't know what Rafe or I would have done without you these past few months. You have been the most amazing friend. A lot of other guys would have turned and ran when they found out my son was going to go to prison.

Frank: I wish I could have done more. I wish I could have gotten him off or at least gotten him a lesser sentence.

Natalia: You did the best thing. You stood by me. You supported me when... I just hope that you feel that way in the future, that you won't regret standing by me.

Frank: What are you talking about? I would never, ever regret standing by you. Are you kidding me? Listen, when Rafe gets out of prison, I'm going to throw him the biggest homecoming this town has ever seen.

Natalia: I'm not just talking about Rafe.

Frank: Are you okay? What's going on with you?

Natalia: I know momís aren't really supposed to talk like this. We're supposed to be so strong and brave, you know, no matter what, right? But I just... I really just wish sometimes I could just go away and just get away and clear my head, you know, and not have to face things.

Frank: Look, I'm... I'm just going to throw this out there, okay? My buddy, Stan, he has a time-share in the mountains, and he said whenever I want it, it's mine. It's mine for the asking. So... why don't we go? Okay, bad idea. Sorry. ( Laughs) It's just a thought.

Natalia: No. Actually, I think it sounds perfect.

Frank: Really?

Natalia: In fact, I would love to go away with you to the mountains. I would love that. I can't think of anything I'd love more.

I don't know I don't know...

Olivia: Okay. Okay, that was funny. I bet you say that joke to all of the girls.

Clive: Another martini for this smoking-hot lady.

Olivia: You know, if I have anymore of them, I'm not going to be able to... unless you want to give me a ride home. Are you free for dinner tonight, Clive?

Clive: Sorry, business meeting. How about you give me your number?

Olivia: Okay. You know what, Clive? I think that you are just a really sweet and charming guy, but the truth is... I'm living with someone.

Clive: Whoever he is, he's one lucky guy.

Would you listen to the words I've said

even though there are things...

Edmund: Shayne started drawing and it was like the light went on inside him. Losing someone like Lara, someone so giving and full of life, you can feel as if there's just not any life left in the world. This... this children's hospital, Josh, it could... it could be a sort of light. It's something Lara could have been behind herself, maybe even thought of. That's what Shayne saw. That's what he sees right now. It's why he wants to do it. Look, I know, I know what you're thinking. You're thinking I just don't have much construction experience.

Josh: Yeah, that's exactly what I'm thinking, Edmund.

Edmund: Okay, okay, Josh, look, I'm humbling myself here. I'm asking for your help. The H.B. Center you built in Tulsa was first class. It was beautifully designed. All I'm asking is that you sit down with me and tell me some of your experiences, your mistakes, your successes, to help us make this dream of ours into a reality. Shayne's and mine. Come on, Josh! You know what it's like to have a son like Shayne. Someone who makes you want to be a better man, wants you to wake up in the morning and be a better man. Imagine what it's like for me to find out I had a child like that, I had Lara. Her knowledge, her courage and her selflessness. Please, Josh, I need this. And Shayne needs it, too.

Dinah: We've been over this a million times.

Shayne: What, are you my mother now?

Dinah: Oh, that's not funny.

Shayne: Ooh, I know. It wasn't meant to be funny.

Dinah: We have no way of knowing if Edmund is for real.

Shayne: He seems pretty for real to me.

Dinah: What if he is using you?

Shayne: Then I'm going to find out, won't I?

Dinah: Then it's going to be too late.

Shayne: Whatever happened to you picking up a hobby? Huh?

Dinah: I'm worried about you. I'm worried about you because what happens when Edmund finds out how Lara died?

Shayne: Then what do I do? Walk away from this project? Just leave Lara dead and buried.

Dinah: No, no. You don't forget her, no. But you can work on it with somebody else, with Josh. He's a builder, he knows what he's doing.

Shayne: Yeah, and Josh also thinks I'm... Josh thinks that I'm a hero. Do you know what that feels like?

Dinah: Unfortunately, no.

Shayne: Well, I hate to say it, but it sucks. Because he's always putting me on a pedestal. I can do no wrong. A guy like Edmund...

Dinah: He's a masochist. He's a psycho.

Shayne: He treats me like a regular guy. I'm just some dude who dated his daughter. End of story. Why can't you understand that?

Dinah: I do understand that.

Shayne: Then what's the problem?

Dinah: Of all people, why Edmund?

Shayne: Why not Edmund? Who else is there?

Dinah: Me.

Coming up on "Guiding Light"...

Alan: We have to show this town that the Spauldingís are stronger and more unified than we've ever been before.

Coop: This wedding is not going to happen.

Alan: No one will ever laugh at me again.

Coop: I can't have you stop me.

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