Guiding Light Transcript Tuesday 4/21/09
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Previously on "Guiding Light"...
Bill: I have this elegant date in New York City.
Dinah: Wait, wait.
Shayne: He is going to get a hell of a show.
Josh: The last I saw him, he was chained to a wall and being as obnoxious as ever. Roc? (Sighs)
Lillian: Good morning, Josh. You're here early. You okay?
Josh: Hi. Yes, I'm okay. I'm fine. I just... I was in Chicago.
Lillian: Yeah? Was there trouble in Chicago?
Josh: No, no, no, no, there was no trouble, no trouble at all. I had some things I had to do there. I was trying to, you know, get them done, and it wasn't working out, so I ended up staying up all night trying to...
Lillian: Can I do anything for you? I'm not going to get you any coffee, but do you want to shower?
Josh: Could you just keep an eye on Reva, please?
Lillian: Believe me, I'm not letting her escape again.
Josh: Don't let anyone in to visit her that you don't personally know and trust.
Lillian: What do you think...
Josh: Can you assign someone to her 24/7? A nurse, an assistant, someone like that?
Lillian: Yes, I can, but you have to tell me why.
Josh: Can you do it?
Josh: Then just make it happen, okay? Thank you.
Bill: Those waffles were delicious.
Lizzie: Yeah, they looked amazing, but now you need a nap.
Bill: No, no, no nap. Carbs give me energy. We're going to need plenty of energy if we're going to get through date four to seven today.
Lizzie: There's no way.
Bill: There is. No, it's already been arranged. It's already been arranged. That's why I told you to eat more because you are going to need your energy. I don't want you caving in on me before date seven.
Lizzie: Breakfast could be date four.
Bill: No, it can't be date four because I didn't ask you or bring you flowers.
Lizzie: Are you going to actually ask me? Because you haven't actually asked me to go anywhere.
Bill: Oh, I didn't, did I? (Cell phone rings)
Lizzie: Hello, Lizzie Spaulding.
Bill: Hello, Bill Lewis here. I heard you're in New York.
Lizzie: I am. I am, just for a little R and R.
Bill: Oh, that is so amazing. I'm in New York, too. I thought maybe we could R and R together.
Lizzie: Well, what do you have in mind?
Bill: Something low key. A museum. 10:30, just a couple hours because I have an appointment around 1:00.
Lizzie: Oh, really?
Bill: Two hours. That's all I'm asking.
Lizzie: Okay, that's what you'll get.
Bill: Great, pick you up at 10:30.
Bill: (Laughs) Bye. All right, you've been asked. You have been asked. Now let's go get ready for the museum.
Lizzie: A museum?
Bill: I'm a cultured guy. I guess you didn't know that about me.
Lizzie: I don't care what we do as long as I don't have to think about anyone in my stinkin' family, it sounds great.
Christina: This is my job.
Remy: Does that mean you want me to stop?
Christina: It means... it means that if I had known you were so good at this, I wouldn't have divorced you.
Remy: Yes, you would have. Marriages don't usually last.
Christina: Yeah. I can't believe Natalia ran out on Frank. You see that in the movies, but in real life?
Remy: Yeah. The look on Frank's face... you never want to be that guy.
Christina: What do you think happened?
Remy: Cold feet, I guess.
Christina: Well, I think you should do something.
Remy: Like what?
Christina: I don't know. They're your friends.
Remy: No, no, Marina is my friend.
Christina: But I thought... did you date Natalia? What?
Remy: Well, for like 15 minutes. It was nothing.
Christina: Well, it's her loss.
Remy: I'm not complaining.
Christina: So, take Frank out for a beer.
Remy: And say what? "Hey, Frankie, I'm sorry about your wedding, but can I tell you how happy Christina and I are?" Hmm? Yeah?
Christina: Yeah, I guess that would be bad. (Beeping) What's that?
Remy: Sometimes I sleep through my alarm, so I set my watch. It's time for us to go to work.
Christina: Yeah, I guess this would be the time to tell you. I lost my job.
Josh: Looking for this?
Jeffrey: You delivering papers now?
Josh: No, bad news.
Dinah: What's wrong? You okay?
Shayne: Fine. I was just having a dream.
Dinah: I know. You kicked me and woke me up.
Shayne: I'm sorry.
Dinah: I'm sorry, too. It was about Lara, wasn't it? You okay?
Shayne: Yeah, I'm okay. Listen, I want you to know it's not like I'm sad or I'm missing her or anything like that.
Dinah: I get it.
Shayne: No, it's really not. It's really not. I just... it's not one of those dreams were I'm sitting there, reaching out to her, and she disappears or anything like that. She's just there trying to tell me something and I can't understand what she's saying.
Dinah: Maybe she's speaking Bosnian.
Shayne: Bosnian? You mean Bosniac?
Dinah: Yeah. I was close.
Shayne: This damn dream... I can't understand what she was saying. It doesn't make any sense to me at all.
Dinah: Let's figure it out.
Shayne: No, let's not figure it out. Listen, this... it's not your problem.
Dinah: Everything about you is my problem.
Shayne: No, it's not. Thank you, though. This is about my past. It's not your problem.
Dinah: We have to figure out the past in order to move on, okay? I got coffee here.
Shayne: Thank you.
Dinah: It's black. I can get you some milk, if you'd like.
Shayne: That's okay. Just call room service.
Dinah: Ha, ha, ha.
Shayne: Ha, ha, ha. Thanks.
Shayne: You're amazing. You know that?
Dinah: No, I'm not. But I like you. I think we've got some real potential here.
Shayne: Me, too. Cheers to that.
Dinah: Although in six months when we're having sex and you yell out other women's names...
Shayne: You're out the door.
Dinah: Pretty much. Pretty safe bet.
Shayne: Don't blame you at all. Listen, if I'm yelling another woman's name in six months, I don't want you to stick around, okay?
Dinah: Tell me about this dream. Tell me everything you remember about the dream.
Shayne: Out of nowhere she pops up in my head, says that she needs to see me. Tells me that she has something to say and then I can't understand her.
Dinah: That's it?
Shayne: Yeah, that's it.
Dinah: Okay. What about her childhood? What was her favorite color? Who is her... was her best friend?
Shayne: I don't know. We didn't talk about that stuff. I mean, every time we were together we were working, doing something.
Dinah: How about the music box? You said someone gave it to her when she was young. Who gave it to her?
Shayne: I don't know.
Dinah: She never told you?
Shayne: No. She told me that she got it when she was young, that she used to dance to the tune it played. Um, I know that about her. She wanted to be a dancer when she was little.
Dinah: There. That's something. Right there is something. Okay, let's go.
Shayne: What's something? Where we going?
Dinah: Let's go.
Shayne: Where are we going?
Dinah: We're going. We're going to give Lara a chance to be a dancer.
Edmund: My daughter will never dance. She's dead. And you killed her.
Josh: I don't even know if he's alive. You know, there was a lot of blood.
Jeffrey: So you haven't heard from Roc at all?
Josh: No, I havenít. I've been looking all over for him. I checked all the hotels, motels in the area. It's not like I can call the police and say, "Hey, you know, the guy that I had kidnapped and was holding hostage and had tied up in chains, somehow he got away from me. Have you seen him?"
Josh: So what happens now?
Jeffrey: Well, you know, that's kind of the problem when you're working outside the law. You're kind of on your own.
Josh: That's it? That's all you've got for me? That's your advice?
Jeffrey: Roc will turn up when he thinks it's safe. Who knows, he might even be watching you right now.
Josh: I don't want him watching me. I want him watching Reva or Shayne. I want to know that my family's safe and Edmundís not going to be coming after them.
Jeffrey: I'll take care of Reva. Why don't you, I don't know, go check where Edmund was hanging out-- his hotel room, Shayneís hotel room, your office. Okay, I've got to go check on the kid.
Josh: Hey, son, you okay?
Shayne: Yeah, I'm fine. Dinah and I are just getting ready to head out. What's up?
Josh: Nothing. Nothing. I just wanted to check up on you, you know, see how you're doing after the christening and all that.
Shayne: I'm good, Dad everything's good. I've got Dinah here with me. Everything's just fine.
Josh: Oh, good. That's a good thing. Make sure you keep her with you, okay?
Shayne: That's exactly what I plan on doing. I'll give it my best shot, all right? I'll talk to you soon.
Christina: Wallet, watch. Is that everything?
Remy: How about an explanation?
Christina: You said it, you're late. Go ahead.
Remy: I can be five minutes later. If it's an emergency, I have my phone. They can call me. Talk.
Christina: What do you want me to say?
Remy: You're the best trainer the gym has.
Christina: And I didn't get fired. It's the economy; people are cutting back on things like personal trainers.
Remy: Are you okay? This is so soon after...
Christina: What? Losing my admission to Johns Hopkins or getting a divorce?
Remy: This isn't funny.
Christina: And it's not your fault. Which is why I didn't want to tell you right away, because I knew you would make it your fault.
Remy: Okay, all right, it's not my fault. But I still want to help fix it.
Remy: You were counting on that job to save money for med school next year.
Christina: Which is why I'm looking in the classifieds every day, and my resume is posted all over the internet.
Remy: Mm-hmm. I knew you'd be on it. I knew you'd be on it.
Christina: That's right.
Remy: If you need a recommendation...
Christina: For kissing? Absolutely. I'll have them call you. Run along.
Bill: Hey, hey, well, well. You're late.
Lizzie: It is 10:30.
Bill: It's 10:34. Now we have to cut our date four minutes short.
Lizzie: Well, you know, I had to make sure that my lip gloss looked good with my shirt. I'm sorry... I'm sorry, are we supposed to be on a date? Aren't you supposed to be complimenting me? What happened to, "You look beautiful, Lizzie"?
Bill: You do look beautiful, Lizzie.
Lizzie: Yeah, whatever.
Bill: You do.
Lizzie: Too late. You blew it.
Bill: You are such a strange young lady.
Lizzie: Well, you asked me out. So what does that say about you?
Bill: Point taken. Point taken. Let's go get some culture. Come on. Oh, wait a minute, there's something I got to do first before we go.
Lizzie: Okay, I'll wait outside.
Bill: Not that, I already took care of that before I left.
Lizzie: For once.
Bill: Come on now, you don't know that about me. Stop that.
Lizzie: All right, I'm sorry. You're right, you're right.
Bill: Hello, is this Lizzie Spaulding?
Lizzie: Is this Bill?
Bill: 'Tis Bill. I have a couple of hours free later. I'm tied up right about now, but I was wondering, I have tickets to a ballet. Would you like to see a matinee?
Lizzie: You know, let me check my schedule really quick.
Bill: Did you check your schedule yet?
Lizzie: Okay. All right. Actually, I can move a few things around. I think I can make it.
Bill: Fantastic. How about Lincoln Center, 1:30?
Lizzie: Okay, I'll be there.
Bill: Great. Ah, all righty. Well, we better get going because I have an appointment at 1:30.
Lizzie: Oh, so do I.
Bill: All right then, let's get to the museum.
Lizzie: Date number four.
Bill: Yes, and then date number five, halfway to date number ten.
Lillian: She's a handful.
Christina: That's why I like her.
Lillian: Now what can I do for you?
Christina: I'm broke. I need a job.
Lillian: This is a really bad time to be looking for work, sweetheart.
Christina: There's nothing available?
Lillian: Well, if you're a neurosurgeon...
Christina: Not yet.
Lillian: You know what, I'll go get you a job application.
Lillian: I'll keep my eyes open for you, okay?
Christina: Thank you so much. (Cell phone rings) There's got to be a better way. Hey, Al. No, not yet. Oh, I'm okay. I'm making a list of job possibilities. What? The gym's never crowded at this hour. Yeah, yeah, I'll come down. I can help out today. Okay. I'll see you soon.
Man: I booked time with a trainer. Do you have any?
Al: Business has been slow. I let a couple of people go.
Man: I'll have to find another gym.
Remy: That's too bad. This place had the best trainers in town. I don't know what happened. You need to get more staff.
Al: Who knew?
Bill: Oh, de, de, de, da, da, da. Look at this. Look at this. I could have saved money on tickets and just watched you dance.
Lizzie: Watching me dance does not count as a date.
Bill: No, no, no. But this may happen to you after date number ten. It's true.
Lizzie: Yeah, you wish.
Bill: All right, well, there we go. That's five dates. Five down, five to go.
Lizzie: We have to do this five more times?
Lizzie: Are they going to be just like these ones?
Bill: What do you mean like these ones? What are...
Lizzie: My feet are killing me. I wore heels... I wore very high heels to the museum today.
Bill: Okay. Oh no.
Lizzie: Oh, my gosh. Yeah, that feels really good. I would let this count as a date, but...
Bill: This cannot count as a date. And I'll tell you why-- because I've got them all planned. I've got them all planned.
Lizzie: All right. What's next?
Bill: All right, well, you do not have to walk. But if you do, you are on your own. You do have to look elegant.
Lizzie: Elegant I can do.
Bill: Okay. Let us go. I will carry you to the cab.
Jeffrey: Josh, I located Roc. He's still in Chicago.
Josh: He's okay?
Jeffrey: Well, he's a little tired of getting banged on the head by Edmund.
Josh: Does he know anything?
Jeffrey: Not much more than we do, but he's pretty motivated to catch the guy.
Josh: Yeah, I bet he is.
Jeffrey: So, anyway, he's checking things out on his end. How about you? You got anything?
Josh: Well, I checked his room at the Beacon. He cleared out of there. And I called Shayne. He's okay. How's Reva?
Jeffrey: She's fine.
Josh: Okay, well, I'm at the office now. I'm going to see if there's anything here and then I'll get back to you.
Shayne: Okay, I'm dying with suspense. Why are we here?
Dinah: You said that Lara wanted to be a dancer.
Shayne: Yes, she did. So we came here?
Dinah: Well, I figured it was better than a dance studio. It's a place to honor Lara, find a way to say goodbye to her. I wonder where Lara was when she found this, who gave it to her.
Shayne: I don't know where she got it from. It's one of the only things she ever held on to, though. She didn't get it from her family. She didn't have much of them to speak of.
Dinah: Well, I didn't have a whole lot of family growing up myself. When I was little, I would sit on the merry-go-round and listen to lots of music, and just hope that somewhere someone in the crowd would just wave at me. I'd look out and know it was my father. I wonder if Lara listened to the music in this music box hoping that one day her father would find her.
Shayne: That's a really sad thought.
Dinah: No, it's not.
Shayne: Yeah, it is.
Dinah: Because one day you found her and she didn't need anyone else, I'm sure. This is amazing. We can just talk about anything. We can talk about our past, we can talk about Lara, my ex-husband and we do not get freaked out.
Shayne: (Laughs) I think you already know everything about me that could freak you out, and you're still here.
Dinah: You don't scare me.
Dinah: You said you danced.
Shayne: I said I what?
Dinah: When you and Lara were together last, you said that you listened to the music in this music box and danced. Let's dance.
Shayne: That means I have to lead, so...
Josh: No, no. He's too smart to have left anything behind. I just can't shake this feeling, though, that he's around somewhere.
Jeffrey: Well, I hope your instincts are off.
Josh: Yeah, me, too. What about Roc?
Jeffrey: Well, he managed to access the government's transportation database. Nothing yet, but if Edmund makes any moves, Roc will know about it.
Josh: Well, if you hear anything, let me know please. I'm going to go check on Shayne. Thank you.
Jeffrey: Okay, all right.
Man: Think it worked?
Remy: I hope so.
Man #2: Hey, that routine you showed me-- you really know your stuff.
Christina: You guys can stop now.
Remy: Stop? Stop what?
Christina: Al figured out your plan, Remy. The next time you want some guys to look lost in a gym, don't choose your firemen friends.
Christina: Busted. Thanks, guys. Good to see you.
Remy: I had to do something. I wanted you to get your job back.
Christina: I know. I know. That was sweet of you. How did you come up with the plan?
Remy: Well, I just thought about what you would do-- that you wouldn't wait around and you'd do something.
Christina: Is this a pep talk?
Remy: Do you need a pep talk?
Christina: It's hard, you know? There are a lot of people out there looking for work.
Remy: Yeah, but you have an advantage.
Christina: Which is?
Remy: Which is none of them are you. Okay, all right, yeah, there are fewer opportunities out there, but you just have to make your own opportunities.
Christina: And you think it's that easy?
Remy: Not for everyone. Just you.
Bill: Your chariot awaits.
Lizzie: This looks just like the one I rode in when I was five.
Bill: You came to New York when you were five?
Lizzie: Yeah. Yeah, I've been coming here my whole life. Once or twice a month we'd come for a gallery opening or the theater. We came to the U.S. Open, which was really fun.
Bill: Right. Of course.
Lizzie: Well, you knew we always had an office here.
Bill: Okay, so, Ms. New York, tell me what is your favorite restaurant?
Bill: Well, we're not going there tonight. What about your favorite museum?
Lizzie: The Whitney.
Bill: Then why did I take you to Moma?
Lizzie: Well, you didn't ask me to go to the Whitney. You asked me to go to the Moma.
Bill: How many carriage rides have you been on?
Lizzie: About 200.
Bill: Seriously? Ice skating at Rockefeller Center?
Lizzie: At least 20 times.
Bill: Ooh. Theater openings?
Lizzie: Everything major.
Bill: Are you kidding me? Why did I take you to New York? You've already done everything.
Lizzie: We can do it again, okay? I can do it again with you and that will make it special. Come on.
Lizzie: Hey. I'm ready for date number seven. What are you doing?
Bill: I am trying to find some places that you haven't been to and I think I've got some possibilities. All right here, how about this one, for instance?
Lizzie: Only once. Overrated.
Bill: Okay. Good, good, good. We won't waste our time with them.
Lizzie: Okay, okay, okay. If there are four or five stars, I've been there. But it's not where we eat, it's who you're with.
Bill: Baby, I want it to be both.
Lizzie: I just want it to be something. I am starving.
Bill: Okay. Come here.
Lizzie: See, you did it.
Bill: Did what?
Lizzie: I have never stood on the street and eaten a hot dog before.
Bill: You've never eaten a hot dog from a cart?
Lizzie: I'm sorry, do you see four or five stars on this?
Bill: Have you ever gone on the merry-go-round in Central Park?
Bill: Staten Island ferry?
Lizzie: Granddad is lactose intolerant.
Bill: Poor kid. Come on.
Lizzie: Where we going?
Bill: To pack.
Lillian: Oh, you working today, huh?
Remy: No, just picking up my paycheck.
Lillian: I saw your absolutely adorable wife. She came by to get a job application, but she got so entranced with Revaís baby, I couldn't pull her away. You two should probably have babies of your own.
Remy: I doubt it. We just got a divorce.
Lillian: Oh dear, sorry.
Remy: No, it's okay, it's all right. We get along much better now. We hang out all the time.
Lillian: Well, they say every relationship has to find its own way.
Remy: Hey, is there any chance Christina could pick up some work at the hospital?
Lillian: I gave her the application because I felt so badly, but we just don't have anything. But I will watch out for her.
Remy: I've just to get her something so we can save up enough to get her to med school.
Lillian: We? You're talking about sending your ex-wife to med school? You are a good man, Remy Boudreau.
Remy: I'm trying.
Reva: He likes you.
Christina: Well, do you need a babysitter for tonight?
Jeffrey: Well, not tonight, but we will keep you in mind.
Christina: Please do. I'm looking for work.
Jeffrey: A med school student as a babysitter? I like that.
Reva: Me too.
Jeffrey: You really are good with babies.
Christina: Thanks. I always have been. I probably got it from my grandma. She always wanted me to have a lot of kids, but I got distracted with school and my career. Sort of derailed now. At least I'm still good at this, right? Right? You know, I should really be going. Do you want me to take little Colin over to the nursery?
Jeffrey: No, I'll come get him.
Christina: Okay. He's a great kid. Inspiring.
Jeffrey: Thank you.
Christina: I'll see you. Bye-bye.
Jeffrey: Okay. Thanks. Did you hear that, Mama? Our kid's inspiring.
Reva: He inspires me, too. (Applause)
Shayne: That was... that was something. That was amazing.
Dinah: I have a gift.
Shayne: Yes, you do.
Dinah: Okay, your turn.
Shayne: My turn?
Dinah: Yes. Now you dance for me.
Shayne: No, I'm not dancing for you.
Dinah: Yes, that was the idea, that was the plan. We dance, we release our past... it'll be good for you and for us.
Shayne: If I get up here and dance, it's going to, what, somehow make me forget my past? That's what that's going to do?
Dinah: No, no. I don't want you to forget about her. I just... I want you to have some peace in your heart about this whole situation. And it's not working. Shayne! Come on! You have to find some closure somehow.
Shayne: I could take you to a merry-go-round, let you ride it and wave at you from the crowd.
Dinah: Would you do that for me?
Shayne: Rather than dance? Gladly. Yeah, I would do that. I would do that for you.
Dinah: Take a trip with me.
Shayne: A trip? How long are we going to be gone?
Dinah: Well, a few days. It takes a while to get there.
Shayne: A few days? Where are we going?
Dinah: Let's just say you're going to have to brush up on your Bosniac on your way over. Look, I know it's going to be hard, but I really think that you need to face what happened to Lara and what happened to you. We need to find a way to say goodbye.
Shayne: I canít.
Dinah: Yes, you can. Yes, you can because I'm going to be there right with you.
Josh: I don't mean to interrupt.
Shayne: Hi, Dad.
Josh: Hi, I'm just... sorry. I'm just checking in.
Shayne: It's okay. Everything's okay. You know what, you actually have really good timing because you just caught us.
Josh: Are you going somewhere?
Shayne: Yeah, we are. We're going to go to Bosnia.
Shayne: Yeah. I have some unfinished business if I have to deal with and it would be good to have some time-- I mean, time for the two of us. So, yeah.
Josh: I think that's a great idea.
Josh: Yes, I do.
Shayne: Yeah, it is. Yeah, it is. Um, tell Mom that I will call her when I get there.
Josh: I will. You take good care of yourself, okay, son?
Shayne: All right, I will. I will. I'll be good. I'll be good.
Josh: And have a good time. Both of you, have a great time.
Shayne: All right.
Dinah: Let's go to Bosnia.
Christina: Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Remy: Did Al change his mind? Did you get your job back?
Christina: No, no, it's not about the gym. It's about me making my own opportunities.
Remy: Yeah? All right.
Christina: I am going to open a day care center.
Remy: You what?
Christina: Yeah, I was just holding baby Colin, and he likes me, I had fun. I offered to baby-sit, and Jeffrey and Reva seemed open to it. And then I was thinking, you know, why don't I open my own business and really start saving money for med school?
Remy: Wow, youíre serious?
Christina: I know it's going to be hard. You know, I have to find a place and get accredited.
Remy: You got to get employees. It's a big cash layout.
Christina: Not necessarily. I was counting on some free labor.
Remy: Oh, no, no, no-- me in a room full of kids? I don't think so.
Christina: No, no. You, a room full of kids and me.
Remy: You win.
Christina: I know.
Bill: How about this bag here?
Lizzie: That was the carriage ride.
Bill: I like that one. That was nice. How about this one here?
Lizzie: U.N. tour.
Bill: Ah, boring. This one here?
Lizzie: A ballet and dinner.
Bill: Ah! And this one here?
Lizzie: Museum and the theater.
Bill: All righty.
Lizzie: He just stole my clothes.
Bill: Yeah, they'll be home when you get there.
Lizzie: I won't need clothes?
Bill: Not those clothes.
Lizzie: What are you doing?
Bill: Baby, I want to give you something completely different, something that you've never had.
Lizzie: Where are we going?
Bill: To find your childhood. Come on.
Airport announcer: Last call
for flight 559, direct flight
Passengers board at gate six
for flight 559.
Dinah: That's us. That's us. I feel better already.
(Cell phone rings)
Josh: Hey, good news. Shayne is safe.
Josh: Yeah, yeah. He and Dinah, they're going to go away for a few days. Hopefully they'll be gone long enough for us to track down Edmund, and that way he'll be safe.
Jeffrey: Yeah, well, I'm glad. That's just one less person to worry about.
Josh: Reva still okay?
Jeffrey: Yeah, she's fine. I've managed to keep her quiet all day.
Josh: What about the baby?
Jeffrey: He's okay. No one's grabbed him yet, anyway.
Josh: Well, let's keep it that way.
Jeffrey: Yeah, well, you know what, I think that might be possible. I just heard from Roc, and he got a hit on the database.
Josh: Really? What was it?
Jeffrey: Eddie's on his way out of town. He just boarded a plane.
Josh: Where's he going?
Coming up on Guiding Light...
Josh: Look, I need you to keep an eye on Reva for me.
Billy: Hey, buddy, what's going on? Where are you?
Josh: Overseas. It's Edmund.
Dinah: You loved each other and you couldn't stay apart. Then why didn't you just quit the corps?
Reva: I guess I don't have to worry about Edmund anymore. I know he's been taken care of.
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