GL Transcript Wednesday 5/27/09

Guiding Light Transcript Wednesday 5/27/09


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Previously on "Guiding Light"...

James: I think my dad is trying to help me for the first time in his life.

Phillip: What do you mean the money wasn't transferred?

Detective Drummond: Maybe you two ought to sit down.

Bill: What the hell is this about?

Detective Drummond: Called securities fraud.

Frank: They've scheduled a hearing for Rafe next week.

Natalia: This means he could be coming home for good.

Frank: If the hearing goes well.

Alan: Millions of dollars are missing, that is a problem, Phillip. Maybe I can help.

Phillip: James, it's your father. I'm still working out a few things at the bank. Shouldn't take me too long. Why don't you meet me at Company in a few hours.

Alan: You make it sound like everything's all right.

Phillip: I'm the dad. That's what I'm supposed to do.

Alan: Ahhh. Well, I hope he appreciates your effort more than you did mine when you were his age.

Phillip: I'm more concerned with your effort right now. Your grandson could go to jail if we don't fix this.

Alan: Maybe it would be good for him.

Phillip: You don't mean that.

Daisy: Brilliant idea, Spaulding.

James: How was I supposed to know they had senior swim at the Beacon. That would have been amazing if you had done what I dared to you do and jumped from the middle of that pool naked.

Daisy: Someone would have had a heart attack. And that's not the kind of offense I want to add to my rap sheet.

Daisy: I'd like to see that rap sheet some day.

Natalia: Not going to happen. Your phone's beeping.

(Cell phone ringing)

James: Good old Phillip. Wow, he seriously is trying to come through for me. That feels...

Daisy: Good?

James: Weird. We're not meeting at Company for a couple hours, we could still go for that swim.

Daisy: Not in the pool.

James: There's a big pond over there.

Daisy: Yeah, a big cold pond, too cold.

James: Come on, wimp. Let's go.

Daisy: You did not just call me a wimp. All right, all right, let's go.

Olivia: Okay, so we need to restock the wine cellar, Greg.

Greg: I already put in the order.

Olivia: And how many guests are we expecting?

Natalia: About 250.

Olivia: Okay.

Natalia: Was there something else?

Greg: Yes. Where did you get those shoes? They are fantastic.

Olivia: Oh! Thank you.

Buzz: (Laughs) You want to send that back, you know you can. Think before you answer.

Frank: It's not the food, Pop. I just got a lot on my mind.

Buzz: I know, it's Rafe, Mallet told me. How do you go to bat for Rafe after she left you at the alter.

Frank: I did it more for Rafe than Natalia. Why is everybody making a big deal out of this? I didn't want anybody to know.

Buzz: Frank, how can you support a woman who broke your heart?

Frank: I'm not supporting Natalia anymore. She's on her own.

Olivia: He has a foot fetish!

Natalia: I really thought he was going to say something about us.

Olivia: Why, what did we do?

Natalia: We were standing a little close.

Olivia: We were reading a piece of paper. You don't have to worry about what they think, the staff.

Natalia: They were just checking out your shoes.

Olivia: They are cute.

Natalia: They are so cute. I need to borrow them.

Olivia: Are you kidding? They're boats, would you drown in them.

Natalia: So I'll parked over there. Are you going to go back inside or what are you going to do?

Olivia: I have some things I have to do before Rafe's hearing so. What?

Natalia: I'm so excited. I can't think of anything else, you know. I don't want to get my hopes up too much but the thought of him being at home after months of not even being able to hug him.

Olivia: You're allowed to be excited, okay. I'm excited for you.

Natalia: You don't look so excited.

Olivia: I'm excited on the inside. I am.

Natalia: Well, you know, doesn't mean that we can't be together. It just, will be a little complicated, for...

Olivia: Yeah. Just... what if, what if Rafe can't deal with this? I mean we're not the only ones who have gone through some changes.

Natalia: I have faith in him. He just needs to be told in the right way at the right time.

Olivia: And how and when would that be?

Natalia: I have no idea.

Olivia: Okay.

Daisy: You know, you can't live like a Spaulding and do the whole starving artist thing.

James: I bet you Michelangelo had a cheeseburger every now and then.

Daisy: What?

James: Have you ever seen a picture of Rembrandt, the dude is huge.

Daisy: Wow, are you really into this stuff, huh? Oh my gosh, it's beautiful.

James: I thought so.

Daisy: So if you had to choose between your wheeling and dealing or your, starving and drawing, what would you choose?

James: Starving and drawing.

Daisy: Really?

James: Wheeling and dealing would have landed me in jail if my dad hadn't stepped in.

Daisy: Well, in that case, I have something I want to show you. Come on. Let's go.

Phillip: Having trouble moving a little money.

Alan: A little money, when you said millions you weren't talking about pennies.

Phillip: It's really none of your business.

Alan: Is it Bill Lewis’s business? The sharks are circling. They smell Lewis blood.

Phillip: You stopped the wire transfer.

Alan: If Bill Lewis sinks, everyone wins.

Phillip: The sharks aren't coming for Bill, they're coming for James.

Cop: You can't go in there!

Lizzie: What is all this about securities fraud?

Bill: Please, stay out of this right now. Look, I do not know what you are talking about, Independence fund, I don't know what you are talking about with some Ponzi scheme.

Detective Drummond: Get her out of here.

Lizzie: I will not get out of here. I am the Spaulding in Spaulding and Lewis, Bill and I are partners in everything. Well, at least we're still together.

Bill: Yeah.

Olivia: He likes your chili with the cheese on top, right, and I thought maybe we could do a cake that says "Welcome home Rafe."

Buzz: Olivia, here? I mean here?

Olivia: I know, but he loves your food, it's his favorite, Towers isn't his thing. I just want to do something special. I would-- Rafe, he loves Company.

Frank: If it's for Rafe, it's okay.

Olivia: I didn't know you were going to be here, Frank. Natalia told me that you called in a favor from Doris and that's what gave Rafe this chance.

Frank: The poor kid, he deserves to go home. He served enough time.

Olivia: I just -- whatever happens, Natalia is grateful, so am I. I am going to the courthouse. Do you want a ride?

Buzz: I have to run errands all day long.

Frank: Pop, you don't have to do that. I don't need to testify. I don't have to be there, but I wish Rafe well.

Olivia: I'm sorry, I assumed that you were going to go.

Frank: Yeah, well, I'm not a saint, Olivia.

Buzz: Ditto.

Olivia: Oh, yeah. Me, too.

Natalia: You know, make sure you sit up straight and look the judge directly in the eyes, you know.

Rafe: Come on, Mom.

Natalia: I know, I'm sorry.

Rafe: Look, ...saying things like clean your bed, Rafe and make your bed and take out the garbage Rafe.

Natalia: Yeah. I can't wait to get you home. You know what, I think I found a car the you, maybe, because I was going by the used car lot and they have a lot of good deals.

Rafe: Uh-huh.

Natalia: And I picked up a course book for you from Springfield U in case are you were thinking of taking maybe a couple of classes at first, you know what I mean, until I can get you a job at the Beacon or... sorry, too much, sorry.

Rafe: No, it's just, Mom, we don't even know how this hearing is going to go. Okay, I think it’s smart if we take everything one step at a time.

Natalia: Okay.

Rafe: Yeah.

Natalia: Yeah, Olivia and I were just talking about that, you know, there's a time for everything. We'll just get through today and the rest will take care of itself.

Alan: James did what?

Phillip: He's a kid. He made a mistake.

Alan: A mistake, he sets up a Ponzi scheme where he bilks millions of dollars from innocent people and he sets up Bill Lewis as the fall guy?

Phillip: Please don't tell me that you approve of this.

Alan: Phillip, I think this is brilliant.

Phillip: Well, it happens to be illegal, and if you try to use it to take down Bill you're going it to take down James too, are you okay with that? He's your grandson. He could go to jail for a long time. It could ruin his life. Say something.

Alan: I told you so.

Phillip: Oh, you got to be kidding me!

Alan: Phillip, our family requires an alpha dog. Someone who isn't afraid to bark and bite. But you know, ever since you've come home, son, you've done nothing but chase cars and catch Frisbees.

Phillip: What?

Alan: I told you to take control of your children, but that ship's already passed by, hasn't it? So why should I care if you, James and Bill all go down, every one of you have disrespected me.

Phillip: But what about Lizzie and Beth? You care about them? You care about how this affects them?

Alan: Well, they're the only reason I haven't called the press and broken the story.

Phillip: I need that money to fix this. And I know that you can release it with a phone call. Here's your chance to be a hero.

Alan: I don't want to be a hero.

Phillip: Well, you always want something. What do you want?

Alan: I just want my family to be here with me.

Phillip: Playing by your rules.

Alan: Well, if they did, they'd all be happier.

Daisy: A little bit longer. You're all right. Okay, stay here okay, open them what do you think?

James: You're a crazy girl.

Daisy: Okay, we've been talking about art, I brought you here, think.

James: I think it's a shed.

Daisy: It is an art studio so you can practice for art school like Beth was talking about.

James: She was just blowing steam.

Daisy: No, she saw talent.

James: Because she's my mom.

Daisy: Because she's an artist like you.

Daisy: Daisy, I doodle. It's a hobby. Hanging out here is not going to change my last name.

Daisy: Just seeing how your family corrupts people and you spend your time here you can get away from all that, from your mistakes.

James: How do you know about this place?

Daisy: I used to hang out here.

James: By yourself?

Daisy: Yeah.

James: I thought you were a better liar than that.

Daisy: Sometimes I would hang out with someone else, with Grady, okay. Well, actually I was only ever here with him.

Daisy: So it's not about me drawing pictures, it's about you erasing memories. (Cell phone rings) That's my dad, probably about the money. Hey, Dad.

Phillip: James, I need you to meet at the at the house instead of Company.

James: What's going on?

Phillip: I had to tell your grandfather everything. He found a way to stop the wire transfer.

James: What? Why would he do that? I... if Granddad stops the money from going through, I'm dead.

Phillip: It's all right, James. Don't worry about it, son. We'll work it out together.

James: Yeah, I'll be there.

Bill: You all right? Yeah?

Lizzie: I just feel really stupid that we're in here.

Bill: I'm sure the detective is on the phone right now clearing the whole thing up. We'll be out of here any minute.

Lizzie: So what do you think happened?

Bill: What do you mean?

Lizzie: Did you screw up the paperwork?

Bill: Are you asking me if I screwed up paperwork?

Lizzie: Well, I don't think that you did it on purpose.

Bill: So you think I accidentally started a Ponzi scheme?

Lizzie: Is that possible? I don't know, okay. I don't know much about this at all, actually.

Bill: No, no, listen to me, I did not, okay. I did not accidentally start a Ponzi scheme, okay.

Lizzie: Did you tell the detective about your memory loss?

Bill: So I stole millions of dollars from people and I forgot about it, is that what you're trying to tell me?

Lizzie: Do you think that amnesia can be a defense strategy?

Bill: I cannot believe you believe these things. Maybe the kidnapping is an alibi, no, wait a minute, I didn't do that either.

Lizzie: You must have done something.

Bill: No, I didn't do anything, Lizzie. Come on.

Lizzie: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. This is... no, I'm freaking out.

Bill: It's okay, it's okay. I'm sorry. I don't think this is what Phillip had in mind when he sent us off on a romantic getaway.

Lizzie: Yeah, no kidding. My dad. Excuse me, hello, I would like to use my one phone call please. Hello?

Judge: Ms. Hearst, you are representing Mr. Rivera.

Ms. Hearst: Yes, your Honor.

Judge: Good, I've had a chance to review the young man's record which, quite frankly, I found disturbing. Time spent in juvenile detention, an attempt on the former district attorney's life.

Ms. Hearst: That was an accidental shooting. I have a written appeal from former district attorney Jeffrey O’Neill, even the victim in this case is in favor of his Raphael Rivera's release. I also urge to you take a look at his sterling record while incarcerated. He has been a model prisoner.

Judge: I will take those things into consideration. But what I need is compelling evidence that Mr. Rivera would be better off at home than in a halfway house. Are you the mother?

Natalia: Yes, Natalia Rivera. My life now is more stable than ever, your Honor. I have a very good job. I have a great home for my son to come home to. We're very fortunate to be surrounded by friends and I can give him a wonderful family, one that's built on love and respect.

Ms. Hearst: Your Honor, we are requesting that the court release Rafael Rivera so that he may...

Judge: Let me stop you. There is still a problem here. And I think Ms. Rivera knows what it is.

Frank: Dishwasher called it quits.

Buzz: I think you are giving it another try, Frank. It's going to be okay.

Frank: I'm not going to the hearing.

Buzz: I'm talking about the dishwasher, Frank.

Frank: It's beyond repair.

Buzz: No, it isn't beyond repair. You know, it's difficult to do. You just-- we have got to give it, he'll be able to fix it.

Frank: I've done everything I can possibly do, Dad. I got Rafe a really good job in the prison, in the library. I got Natalia extra visits. I even arranged for this hearing. I really like the kid, but he's not my family. They're not my family and now Natalia has someone else in her life.

Buzz: All right, okay, we can replace it. Look, we can go, we look for one that is tried and true, one of those newer models.

Frank: The dishwasher is broken! And I am not going to the appliance store, okay. Have I made myself clear?

Buzz: No, actually.

Daisy: Look, this is what Alan does, he has you cornered with this money thing. And he'll try to turn, you know, he'll make it sound like he's giving you this great opportunity and then once he sucks you in, he will ruin you.

James: It's not a problem.

Daisy: That is what...

James: That is what Grady said.

Daisy: That is what everybody says.

James: I'll be fine, Daisy.

Daisy: How do you know?

James: I have my dad. Wow, I have my dad for the first time in my life, my dad's going to help me fight mine. My granddad doesn't stand a chance.

Daisy: Be careful, okay?

Phillip: James is on his way.

Alan: Good. Once we come to an understanding about who is in charge here I'll be happy to help James, maybe we'll even revisit the idea of military school.

Phillip: I really hoped that things would be different for us this time around.

Alan: You and James?

Phillip: You and me. When I came back, I was actually different, but you're still the same old Alan.

Alan: Phillip, I didn't have the luxury of a four-year respite like you did. I was here taking care of a family.

Phillip: You're the one who sent me away.

Alan: Well, you are a different person now. Maybe that bullet was the best thing that ever happened to you. You're welcome.

Phillip: Don't tempt me to return the favor.

Alan: And you say you're a different man, huh?

Phillip: Different than you. All I care about is protecting my children and making sure that they're happy.

Alan: You just want to prove to yourself that you are a better father to them than I was to you. It's funny, the situation. Your able to save your own children hinges on a phone call that I can make. (Cell phone rings)

Phillip: Hello?

Lizzie: Daddy, it's me. I need you right away. They have Bill and me in custody and this is my one phone call.

Phillip: Hang on, sweetheart. Who has you, where are you?

Lizzie: The police in Chicago. There was this crazy guy on the street and he heard me say Bill's name and then he punched him. And then he said that Bill stole his money. The cops are saying that the guy's a complete nut but they are still holding us. The white collar crime unit, something about securities fraud? It's a fund Bill's never even heard of.

Phillip: Listen, don't you or Bill say anything until I get there. I'm on my way.

Alan: What is it?

Phillip: Lizzie's in trouble. I got to go. Tell James I'll be back as soon as I can.

Alan: Sure I will.

Judge: My concern Ms. Rivera, is your personal life. Now given your son's history, his reentry into society would be greatly facilitated by a strong, male presence. And in that sense, the environment you intend to provide for him is lacking.

Ms. Hearst: Rafe's father is deceased. He was a respected detective in this town and Ms. Rivera a fine role model in her own right, who in the face of that tragedy has rebuilt a stable home for her son to return to.

Judge: I'm aware of the circumstances. However, I am making it a condition of Mr. Rivera’s release that he be provided with a male mentor and until that happens, he will remain in state custody pending...

Frank: Your Honor, if I may, I'm Detective Frank Cooper. I'm willing to take on that responsibility. I'll be there for Rafe.

James: Dad? You upstairs?

Alan: Well, hello, James. No, your father, unfortunately, had to take off.

James: What happened?

Alan: Well, Elizabeth needed him, of course.

Lizzie: My father will be here soon.

Fogarty: Is he involved in this operation?

Bill: There is no operation.

Lizzie: Dad, hi this is the detective and this is the guy who is lying about...

Detective Drummond: Please sit down! Officer please restrain Mr. Lewis's accomplice.

Phillip: Leave her alone. Hang on just a second. She didn't do anything. Neither did he. I am Phillip Spaulding, I'm her father and I'm a representative of the Independence fund.

Fogarty: And where the hell is my money!

Detective Drummond: Fogarty, I'm not going to warn you again.

Phillip: Your money was never missing. It was just listed under a separate account which is something that we do occasionally as a security measure. It's perfectly legitimate.

Fogarty: I still want out.

Phillip: That's fine. I came prepared to reimburse you with interest. And please accept the apologies of the Independence fund for any misunderstanding. Now what was the amount of your investment?

Fogarty: $2 million.

Phillip: You sure you want to perjure yourself in front of these officers.

Fogarty: $50,000.

Phillip: I think that was actually $30,000. We keep very good records.

Fogarty: I guess it's on the level.

Detective Drummond: What a piece of work.

Bill: So can we leave now?

Lizzie: Thank you, Daddy.

Detective Drummond: We're to the done here yet. Unless Fogarty was your only client, you three better make yourself comfortable.

Judge: In light of Detective Cooper's offer to serve as mentor, I am satisfied that Rafael Rivera has fulfilled the requirements of his release as set forth by this court. Mr. Rivera, I hope never to see you back here again.

Rafe: That's it then, I'm free?

Judge: Best of luck to you. This court is adjourned.

Natalia: It's really over. You are coming home. Ohhh.

Rafe: Frank? Thank you, I don't know what else to say, really, thank you so much.

Frank: We... we have plenty of time to talk. I'm taking this mentoring thing very seriously.

Rafe: That's fine.

Natalia: I wouldn't have my son if it weren't for you. I am eternally grateful to you, Frank. You're the best man I know.

Frank: Your son deserved a break.

Rafe: Come on, Mama, we got to sign some paperwork.

Daisy: Hey, I will put this in the storage closet, okay, thanks.

Buzz: Wait, what is this?

Daisy: They are just art supplies.

Buzz: Art supplies?

Daisy: Yeah.

Buzz: What, what, what are, are you going to be an artist?

Daisy: What, yeah, maybe. What happened to follow your dreams, reach for the stars, all that junk.

Buzz: Yeah, but what about, what about the glockenspiel, what about all the chalk up there, what about the flippers, that seven and a half-- they have never been used, so what...

Daisy: I really thought the glockenspiel was going to take off with rock bands and stuff.

Buzz: What about being a Marine Biologist.

Daisy: Oh, yeah, it turns out there is only one lake in this town.

Buzz: What about the lady soccer team?

Daisy: Oh, yeah, I don't want to talk about that.

Buzz: What's the chalk for?

Daisy: Oh, that, I don't want to say. Its-- okay, it's the stuff you rub on your palms, a better grip on the trapeze.

Buzz: The trapeze.

Daisy: I'm still trying to find myself, okay.

Buzz: Find yourself.

Daisy: Actually it's James who's the artist.

Buzz: James is the artist?

Daisy: Yeah. Look.

Buzz: Looks like you.

Daisy: Yeah, right, he's good. I know he's a Spaulding. You didn't say I couldn't hang out with him.

Buzz: I didn't say you could.

Daisy: Want to stop me?

Buzz: No, no. This is where this comes in... I love you.

Daisy: I love you, too.

Buzz: Glockenspiel.

Daisy: I didn't know what I was thinking.

James: I'm sure it was an emergency.

Alan: And your situation isn't?

James: Dad told me you know everything. Just let me know when he gets back.

Alan: Oh, wait, wait, wait a minute. I'm not the carrier pigeon here, you know. Now shouldn't your father be communicating with you about his comings and goings? I mean so much that happens to you depends on him.

James: Maybe my sister's hair was on fire. Maybe she was caught under a large piece of furniture. Whatever it was, it was important, okay.

Alan: Okay.

James: Do you know what it is? If you did, would you tell me?

Alan: Probably not because I'm not liking you much these days, James.

James: (Laughs) I-- I don't like you either.

Alan: Let me tell you something about your father. He loves you very much but he will always choose Elizabeth over you.

James: I'm leaving.

Alan: And I'm sure that hurts. Okay, go ahead, leave, go brood somewhere instead of staying here with the one person who has the power to save you. And also, the one person who is not going to leave.

Bill: Okay, look, my fiancée and her father have nothing to do with this investigation. Frankly, neither do I. But I'm the one you want to question so why don't you let them go. Phillip will you please take Lizzie back to the hotel.

Lizzie: No, no, I'm not leaving.

Detective: I'm not releasing either one of you.

Phillip: Well, Detective, what evidence are you holding them on?

Detective Drummond: Mr. Lewis's name keeps coming up in connection with a securities fraud case we are looking into.

Phillip: Maybe there is another Bill Lewis, it is not the most unusual name.

Phillip: Hang on a second. You know, I can get my lawyers here, but I think we both know that they will be out of here in two seconds. But once they are here they will be filing slander charges against the Chicago P.D.

Detective Drummond: I will talk to a superior, get started on the paperwork.

Lizzie: Drama. Thank you so much, it's been the craziest day.

Phillip: Come here, you okay?

Bill: Phillip, what the hell is going on here?

Olivia: So it turns out you are a saint.

Frank: The court would have appointed him a mentor, it just would have taken longer.

Olivia: Why did you change your mind and come here, Frank?

Frank: I was just dropping paperwork off at the station. Thought I would pop right in.

Olivia: A saint and a liar, that's an interesting combination. Thank you.

Ms. Hearst: Hey, Frank, can we steal you for a second. The judge needs to go over a preliminary schedule for you and Rafe.

Frank: Sure.

Ms. Hearst: Okay.

Natalia: Hi. I can't believe this is really happening.

Olivia: I'm so happy for you. Thank you. I'm going to hug my friend.

Natalia: Okay. I want a hug. Oh.

Olivia: Listen, I know this is going to sound weird, but I'm kind of glad that Gus’s heart was here today.

Natalia: I'm glad you were here today.

Ms. Hearst: Yeah, that's it I'm going to take this into the judge. All right, congratulations, everyone.

Rafe: Thank you.

Olivia: I have a surprise: Dinner at Company, Buzz is going to make all your favorite things. There is even a sugar-free cake.

Natalia: Oh that is so sweet of you, Olivia, that is perfect.

Rafe: Yeah, I just -- I'm sorry, I am not really sure I'm up for a big hurrah tonight with everyone.

Olivia: Okay.

Rafe: I'm sorry.

Olivia: No, spend some time alone with your mom, I understand.

Rafe: And Frank, if you want, that can be the first thing we check off on the list.

Frank: No, Rafe, I think that is a good call just keeping it family tonight. Don't worry, we have plenty of time, my friend.

Rafe: You sure?

Frank: Yeah.

Rafe: Mom, you ready?

Natalia: Yeah. We're going to go home. We're really going to go home okay.

Olivia: Have fun.

Rafe: Thank you. Bye guys.

Olivia: Bye. What you did for her, Frankie, you must love her an awful lot.

Frank: Looks like I'm not the only one.

Phillip: Well, Bill, I will tell you exactly what's going on here. This is what happens when you marry into the Spaulding family, because people come out of the woodwork to take our money.

Bill: Yeah, I mean, so what do you do, you just cut them a check and say "Sayonara, live well and prosper?"

Lizzie: I guess sometimes it's easier that way.

Bill: Look, I know you have a lot of money to throw around but it's not the way I'm used to solve a problem.

Phillip: It doesn't always work that way. But when some nut takes a swing at my future son-in-law and tries to get the Chicago P.D. to tarnish his name, that is a threat to my little girl's happiness, and that is unacceptable.

Lizzie: I thought you couldn't put a price on my happiness.

Bill: Well, I don't know. You show him that diamond, did you show him that?

Phillip: Hey, very nice, very nice. I hate to break it to you, you have only begun to pay, because whatever my little girl wants...

Bill: She gets, I know.

Lizzie: Oh, I love you guys.

Cop: Detective Drummond says you are free to go.

Lizzie: Thank God, let's go home.

Phillip: Home, no, are you not going home. You cut your trip short, no, you are here for romance and you're going to get back to it. I will take care of everything. Just don't worry about it.

Bill: I mean, should I go make sure that this problem doesn't follow us home.

Phillip: No, no, no, you guys get back to it, have fun. I will take care of everything at home.

Bill: Thank you very much, thank you.

Phillip: You are welcome.

Lizzie: I love you, Daddy.

Phillip: I love you, sweetheart, go have fun.

Lizzie: Okay. I told you I made the right call.

Bill: Uh-huh.

Phillip: James.

Alan: James, while I don't condone what you have done, I have to tell you I'm very impressed with you. You obviously have a financial head on your shoulders to pull off this operation.

James: Thanks.

(Phone ringing)

James: You were saying?

Coming up on "Guiding Light"...

Natalia: There's never going to be a perfect time to tell them, so maybe we should try to make them both understand.

Emma: Mommy.

Rafe: I told you I'm not ready for family life.

Lizzie: I just can't imagine anyone taking money from people at a time like this.

Beth: Your last sentence was commuted.

Phillip: Seems like I'm destined to spend some time behind bars.

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