Guiding Light Transcript Monday 6/1/09
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Previously on "Guiding Light"...
Phillip: The S.E.C. has been contacted. You guys don't ever have to worry about this touching you.
Natalia: Once I feel like he's really settled in, like he's really calmed down, then I'll be able to talk to him.
Frank: You gave me this when I was going to marry your mom. You should have it.
James: I'm working on a new project. I figured a savvy investor like you would want to get in on the ground floor.
Olivia: Hi. How are you?
Doris: Hello, how are you? You know Ashlee.
Olivia: Yeah, of course I know Ashlee.
Ashlee: Hey, how are you?
Ashlee: Oh, wait, are you hiring?
Olivia: Am I hiring?
Ashlee: Yeah, well, I'm... I'm looking for a job. Dinah cut my hours back and I was hoping to get into event planning. I was Bill and Lizzie’s wedding planner for, like, five minutes.
Doris: You know what? I will remember that when I'm at city hall holding up their license.
Ashlee: Right, well, you know, I was just wondering if you would keep me in mind.
Olivia: Yes, absolutely. I will.
Ashlee: I mean, I'm open to just about anything and I have really good people skills.
Doris: Just like her mother.
Ashlee: Right. Well, I guess I better be going. Bye, good to see you.
Olivia: You, too. Okay, I need your advice.
Doris: Oh, that's funny. My daughter needs a job.
Olivia: Fine, okay. How long were you a prosecutor?
Doris: A while, a long time.
Olivia: Okay, so you saw some people, you know, go to prison and then, you know, get released?
Doris: Lots of them.
Olivia: And how long, on average, would you say it takes that person to get settled?
Doris: Is this about Rafe Rivera? Of course, it is. You need Natalie’s son, Rafe, to be okay so you and Natalia can get on with your life.
Natalia: Hey, you.
Natalia: Came to say hi to your dad?
Rafe: I guess so.
Natalia: I got some food in the car, you know, if you don't want to be at the house right now. We could go eat at the park or something.
Rafe: No, that's fine. We can go home.
Natalia: Okay. What is all... what is all this you've got back here?
Rafe: That's nothing. It's just random paperwork.
Natalia: It's not random paperwork. It's police...
Natalia: Are you... are you applying to the police department?
Rafe: I don’t... I don't know. Mom, come on, stop.
Natalia: You don't know? It looks like you filled out all these forms!
Rafe: Can this please just be one of those things that you just drop, okay?
Natalia: Why? I think it's great. I don't understand why you're trying to hide it.
Rafe: I'm not trying to hide it.
Natalia: So you want to be a police officer just like your dad?
Rafe: See, that's exactly why I don't want to... I don't even know if I'm going to apply yet.
Natalia: Why wouldn't you?
Rafe: Because, Ma, it's one thing to say that I want to be like Gus, it's something completely different to actually do it.
Phillip: Yeah, Stan, if you can set up a meeting with the S.E.C. as early as tomorrow, that would be great. I will wait to hear from you and I'll just arrange my schedule. Thanks. Hey.
Beth: Okay. I thought about what you're doing and I understand. I'm proud of you for wanting to protect your kids. But we have to come up with another way for you to protect them. The climate for financial criminals is not so good these days.
Phillip: I know. I read the paper.
Beth: You can't turn yourself in for a crime you didn't commit!
Phillip: What do you want me to do? You want me to have James turn himself in?
Beth: Absolutely not. But maybe there's something we haven't thought of.
Phillip: Well, I've already reached out to the S.E.C. So if there's something we haven't thought of, think of it quickly. Otherwise, I'm going to tell them I started the Independence fund and James will be free to build a new life for himself.
Daisy: What are you doing here?
James: It's business.
Daisy: I thought you were supposed to be off making some new life for yourself, one that doesn't include any Cooper’s.
Daisy: After you left, your dad basically told me to leave you alone.
James: You don't have to worry about what my dad says. He's going to be busy for a while.
Daisy: Good for him.
James: Good for me. He's going to make my troubles from the Independence fund go away.
James: So I need an I.D.
Daisy: I already made you one.
James: A new one. And I need to be 24 this time. And not James Spaulding.
Daisy: What are you talking about?
James: My dad wanted me to start a new life, so I'm going to start a new fund. New life; new fund.
Alan: Well, Billy.
Billy: You know, I'd invite you to join me but I'm actually just about to move up to a table. I'm going to have lunch with Vanessa.
Alan: Looks like you've already started lunch.
Billy: This is just pie. Any time's a good time for pie. As a matter of fact, wets my appetite. Would you like a bite?
Alan: No, thank you.
Billy: You know, you don't have to worry about germs here. As a matter of fact, you and I are going to be breaking bread so much-- now that your granddaughter and my son are getting married-- I think that there could be a lot of Lewis/Spaulding adventures.
Alan: Yeah, I wouldn't count on it. They're not married yet.
Billy: Everybody's excited and happy for them except you. Now why don't you just get with the program?
Alan: You've got a cherry stain on your shirt, Billy.
Bill: Ah, ooh!
Lizzie: Hi, it's okay.
Bill: No, it's not okay. I was checking her teeth and I just wanted to make sure everything was up to snuff. And I think you're okay.
Phillip: Great, great, well I'll let you get back to it in a second there. I just wanted to talk to you for a minute. Since things are obviously going so well for the two of you and for your brother, I... I want to take this opportunity to celebrate while we're all still happy, before the other shoe drops, as it always does.
Lizzie: Yeah, it usually does and it usually kicks you in the butt. (Laughs )
Phillip: So I want to throw you a party.
Phillip: You know, just a little chance for us all to celebrate as a family while we're all still happy.
Billy: Alan, here, you'll enjoy this more than scotch, believe me. Take a taste. Just trust me on this.
Alan: If I take a bite, will you go away, Billy?
Billy: Actually, now that I see another fork there, I think I'll join you. Look, Alan, I know you're upset because your granddaughter is leaving the nest. I understand that. If I have a daughter. Every time she leaves I feel horrible. But, hey, she's not going that far. Alan, we've got history together. We go way back.
Alan: Spare me a trip down memory lane.
Billy: You know, people are supposed to be happy. Now I'm happy. I.. I think of your granddaughter as my own family. My son, I'm telling you he's lucky to have her and I promise you that I will make sure he never forgets that.
Alan: Bill has changed Elizabeth. She's turned her back against her family thanks to him.
Billy: I don't think it's entirely his fault. Look, Alan, I think if you just reached out to her and told her that you were happy because she's happy, she might feel a little differently about changing her name from Spaulding to Lewis. Hey.
Billy: I was just talking to Alan about Bill and Lizzie’s wedding.
Vanessa: Oh. Look, don't cause any trouble, okay? The kids are so happy.
Alan: You're all happy, Vanessa, because you've won.
Vanessa: (Laughs) Oh, okay. What are we fighting for?
Billy: I don't think it's a fight. I mean, true love wins out in the end. Look, Alan, enjoy your scotch, okay? We'll see you later.
Phillip: Alan, what's up?
Alan: Where are you?
Phillip: I'm at the house on the patio with Bill and Lizzie and Beth.
Alan: Well, get rid of them and stay right there. You and I have to talk.
Bill: Everything okay with Alan?
Phillip: Oh, as okay as it ever is. Where were we?
Lizzie: Well, you were offering to throw us an engagement party.
Phillip: Would you like that, sweetheart?
Lizzie: Yes, I love parties.
Bill: Well, it's very nice of you, Phillip, but, really, it's not necessary.
Phillip: Oh, no, I think it's quite necessary. This family? We've got to grab at every opportunity for happiness we can.
Lizzie: Yeah. Yeah, I agree. So have you ever thrown an engagement party before?
Phillip: Of course I have!
Phillip: Your mother's going to help me. (Laughter) It will be great. It's all going to be great. I think this family is finally on the brink of starting over.
Bill: I got to say, James really seems to be getting his act together, too.
Lizzie: Yeah. You know, we... he actually seemed happy when we saw him.
Phillip: You know what? If you kids are happy, I'm happy.
Daisy: Wow, I... I can't believe your father would go to jail for you.
James: I still don't think it's going to come to that. They're Spaulding’s. They can buy their way out of anything.
Daisy: You're acting pretty Spaulding-ish right now.
James: I'm using what I learned from them to start a whole new life, which is why I need that I.D. as soon as possible.
Daisy: You still haven't told me what your new name is.
James: Robin Hood.
Daisy: Oh, yeah, that will work.
James: Well, think about it. I'm not all that different, right? I only take money from the rich. They don't even know they lost it.
Daisy: Obviously they do or else you wouldn't be in any trouble.
James: I'm not in trouble anymore.
Daisy: Yeah, thanks to the fact that you have a rich and guilty father.
James: Don't worry about my father, okay? And I learn from my mistakes.
Daisy: Okay, Robin Hood. So do you actually have any plans to give the rich people's money to the poor?
James: I'll give you some if you help me out.
Daisy: I'll make you an I.D.
James: I was thinking more than that. I thought we... we could be partners.
Daisy: Split the money?
James: We'll see how it works out.
Daisy: I don't think so.
James: Because my dad told you to back off?
Daisy: No, not because of that.
James: You have nothing to lose.
Daisy: I don't have a family who would go to jail for me.
James: Come on, Susan, we'll have fun, make some money. Are you in?
Daisy: I'm in... for now.
Natalia: I think you'd make a great cop.
Rafe: Yeah, we'll see. I made a lot of mistakes, Mom.
Natalia: Well, yeah, but I'm looking at someone who wants to take those mistakes and just put them behind him, you know? You want to make something of yourself. Your dad made mistakes. He made plenty of mistakes. He was never perfect. But he had integrity and character. Just like you. You are... you're so alike, the two of you. I mean, you have no idea. You're never going to be perfect but instead of just appreciating when you're at least close, you beat yourself up when you come up short. He would be so proud of you.
Rafe: Okay. I have a couple of his ties at home. Maybe I'll just... I'll wear one to the interview. I love you.
Natalia: Love you, too.
Olivia: I get it. I understand that, you know, Rafe is Natalia’s first concern because I'm a mother and Emma’s my first concern. So I also know that she's not going to be able to talk to him until he's in a good place.
Doris: I don't know that Rafe will ever be in a good enough place to hear that.
Olivia: Okay, great. I'm leaving.
Doris: Look, I'm not going to sit here and give you something to hang on and then have it be wrong.
Olivia: I could use a comforting lie right now.
Doris: Are you that worried?
Olivia: No! About what?
Doris: That if something doesn't happen soon between you and Natalia that maybe it never will.
Natalia: Okay, just hold on a second. Just wait.
Rafe: Oh, yeah. Thanks, Mom.
Natalia: Tighten this.
Rafe: Okay. I brought this for luck. What do you think?
Natalia: Yeah. You know, soon you could have a badge of your own.
Rafe: Yeah. I guess we'll see, right? Look, I'd better get in there. I don't want to keep Frank and the Chief waiting.
Natalia: Okay. I'm just... I'm going to wait out here.
Rafe: Ma, you can come inside. Everybody knows you in there.
Natalia: Nah, that's okay. I'll be right out here.
Rafe: You sure?
Rafe: All right. All right.
Olivia: So you casing the joint? (Laughter)
Natalia: Hi! That was funny.
Olivia: What are you doing?
Natalia: I'm sorry. I just sent my son in there on a job interview.
Natalia: Yeah. Yeah, he decided that he wants to join the police force just like his dad.
Olivia: That's great. See, he's going to be fine. He's trying to get on with his life.
Natalia: Yeah, we'll see. This is just... just the beginning.
Olivia: He wants to make you proud.
Natalia: Yeah. I mean, I think he knows that he disappointed me and that he really wants to make up for it.
Olivia: Well, there's nothing worse than disappointing the person you love the most. Um, so I'll let you wait and... I know you two need to spend time together. But if you need anything or if he needs anything, like a letter of reference, then call me, okay?
Natalia: Okay. I will, I'll call you. Thank you.
Vanessa: Well, I don't know, but I think this ring might just be perfect for you.
Lizzie: It's perfect, just like Bill.
Bill: Oh, I pay her to say that. I do, I do.
Vanessa: Okay, kids, tell me about the wedding plans.
Billy: Better yet, why don't you tell us what we can do.
Lizzie: Okay, well, we are open to any and all suggestions.
Billy: Oh, I've got a suggestion.
Billy: Just hear me out on this. Oklahoma.
Vanessa: Oh, Billy, not Oklahoma, no.
Billy: No, no, I know we can't all move to Oklahoma to do this, but what's the next best thing? Bring Oklahoma here.
Bill: Dad, I...
Lizzie: You know what? You know, we are still in the planning stages.
Bill: That's true, we are.
Lizzie: So we will... we'll put that idea on the list.
Bill: Absolutely, absolutely. Well, Phillip has offered to throw us a an engagement party.
Vanessa: I'll call him, see if I can offer any help.
Bill: Well, that would be great, Mom, because I think he has no idea what he got himself into. (Laughter)
Billy: Listen, your dad's okay with all of this?
Lizzie: He is. My dad and my little brother have been great about everything. Kind of too good to be true. (Laughter)
Vanessa: Well, they love you.
Lizzie: I know. That's usually what gets us in trouble.
Alan: Well it's nice to see someone in this family is relaxing while the rest of the family goes to hell in a hand basket.
Phillip: I actually thought we were having a pretty good day. Oh, by the way, I'm throwing an engagement party for Bill and Lizzie, I hope you can make it.
Alan: An engagement party? More like a bon voyage party, you mean.
Phillip: She's getting married. She's not moving to Antarctica.
Alan: You're right, she's not going anywhere, Phillip. She's already gone, thanks to you.
Phillip: I know I'm going to regret this, but do you want to try to explain that?
Alan: You know what I'm saying. Elizabeth has already switched her allegiance to the square dancing Lewis clan. But you and I, we have other options: James. He's the future of our family.
Daisy: All right, it's a whole new you. Steven Merrill, 24-years-old.
James: Nana's right. Time does fly.
Daisy: You know, you're taking a really huge stupid risk doing this whole money scam thing again.
James: It's an investment fund.
Daisy: Yeah, where you're the only one who benefits. And I also... I can't believe you're letting your father go to jail for you. I mean, I've been mad at my mom, but...
James: I appreciate that my dad is helping me. Okay? And it makes sense, right? He had his life, now it's my turn to have mine. (Cell phone ringing) Just a second. Yeah? Oh, hey, hey, I'm glad to hear from you. Yeah, the sooner the better. That works. I'll see you in an hour. You need to get changed and meet me at Towers in an hour.
Daisy: I don't think so.
James: See you in an hour.
Rafe: Hey, oh, God.
Natalia: Did you talk to anybody yet?
Rafe: Just the desk clerk. But he's new. He told Frank and the Chief that I'm here waiting.
Natalia: Okay. (Laughs) Hi.
Frank: Hi. Officer McGee said that just Rafe was here.
Natalia: Oh, yeah, sorry. I probably shouldn't be here.
Rafe: I'm here to interview for a job.
Natalia: Rafe wants to be a policeman just like Gus.
Rafe: Like Frank, too. Like you, Frank.
Natalia: And you.
Frank: Well, how about that?
Rafe: You know, I realize, of course, that there's a waiting list and stuff but...
Natalia: Well, you know, they just hired Remy, so you don't know.
Rafe: Either way, yeah.
Frank: I wish you would have talked to me about this.
Natalia: We didn't want to put you on the spot.
Frank: No... Rafe, you know what? Why don't we go upstairs and we can talk about this, okay? Who knows? We'll see.
Rafe: All right.
Natalia: Bye. Okay, I'll just stay down here and I'll be nervous and I'll pace and stuff.
Frank: Come on in.
Rafe: What's going on, Frank?
Frank: You already put your application in?
Rafe: Yeah, I gave it to the guy at the front desk. He told me to wait.
Frank: And no one talked to you?
Rafe: No, why?
Frank: Rafe, you just got out of prison. You have a felony record.
Rafe: Yeah, I know. So?
Frank: That means you can't be a cop in Springfield or anywhere else for that matter. I'm sorry.
Daisy: Oh, my God!
Daisy: That is not funny.
Ashlee: Yeah, it is. Oh, wow, I didn't know you started up your business.
Daisy: Yeah, just... I'm just doing a special favor.
Ashlee: Oh, yeah, what's his name?
Ashlee: Do I know this Steven?
Daisy: Does anyone really know anybody?
Ashlee: Yeah, okay, you're acting really strange. Do you want to go see a movie? Daisy, that was a really easy question. (Cell phone ringing)
Daisy: Yeah, oh... hello?
James: Yeah, bring your laptop. You might need to take notes.
Daisy: I don't remember confirming this meeting.
James: You need to be there if you're going to work with me.
Daisy: Well, Ashlee and I were thinking about seeing a movie.
James: See you in a half an hour.
Ashlee: You have a meeting?
Daisy: No, no, not really.
Ashlee: Well, if you have a job and you don't want it you should give it to me because I need extra hours.
Daisy: Do you want to take over the I.D. business, I'm not that into it anymore. I still have all the stuff.
Ashlee: Ooh, no thank you. You know, I have very few prerequisites for what I want in a job, but getting arrested is not one of them.
Daisy: Times is tough, Ashlee, you've got to do what you've got to do.
Phillip: So you don't think that Lizzie deserves to pick who she spends her life with?
Alan: Well, yes... until she picks badly.
Phillip: Have you ever approved of anybody that she's been with?
Alan: Phillip, you're not listening to me. She’s...
Phillip: I am listening to you. I'm telling you this is the same thing that happened with Aunt Alex and happened with Beth and me when we were young.
Alan: Elizabeth is yesterday's news. James is our future and we have to get him on board and point him to the future.
Phillip: Okay look, I agree James needs some guidance.
Alan: He's the heir apparent of the Spaulding family and the sooner he understands that the better we all be.
Phillip: And you think that you and I are the ones to teach him?
Alan: Yes. You seem to be earnest about being a good father these days.
Phillip: I've never not wanted to be a father.
Alan: I really think you can make up for lost time with James if you helped him through this transition.
Phillip: Well, you know, here's the funny thing, you and I actually do agree on things, occasionally. (Laughs)
Lizzie: Let's please do this again soon. That was really fun.
Billy: Next time, I'll pay.
Bill: You're lucky I didn't stick you with the bill for that Oklahoma business. I'll think about it. I'll think about it.
Vanessa: I'm going to call Lillian and your mom right away about the bridal shower.
Billy: And I will start working on the bachelor party.
Bill: I knew I could count on you.
Lizzie: Great! Good, we do really appreciate the help. Thank you.
Vanessa: Appreciate the help? We're so happy to have something like this to look forward to. It's wonderful. I think Maureen’s going to go out of her mind with joy.
Lizzie: You know something? I want her to be a bride's maid. But don't tell her because it's going to be a surprise.
Vanessa: Oh, I promise, I won’t. But that would just be... oh! (Laughter)
Billy: Sweetie, I want you to know something you are the best thing that's happened to this family in a long time.
Lizzie: Oh, come here!
Billy: Yeah, okay.
Frank: Rafe, I am so sorry.
Rafe: There's nothing we can do? No one we can talk to? I mean...
Frank: Rafe, if there was anything that I could do, believe me, I would do it.
Rafe: I don't understand, man. I'm out of jail. I'm done with all that stupid stuff.
Frank: I get that. I... (cell phone ringing) sorry. Damn it, I've really got to get this. Listen, why don't we go down stairs and talk to your mom about this, okay? Believe me, I am so sorry. You really would have made a good cop.
Natalia: How did it go?
Rafe: Um, he said there's going to be a waiting list so it's fine. I thought maybe I'd get a part-time job in the meantime, maybe ask Alan for some help. He left a message for me.
Natalia: There's plenty of people who want to help you. You don't have to go right to Alan. This is a great day.
Rafe: Mom, it's just a waiting list, okay? Relax.
Natalia: No, some things are really worth waiting for.
(Cell phone ringing)
Olivia: Olivia Spencer.
Natalia: Hi, it's me.
Natalia: Hi. I just... I wanted to call you. I have some really great news. Rafe's been put on a waiting list at the police department.
Olivia: He applied?
Natalia: Yeah, he wants to be a cop just like his dad.
Olivia: Well, that’s... that's wonderful.
Natalia: Yeah. You know, he's just going to need something in the meantime to tide him over until this all comes through. But I thought you'd want to know. I'm so proud.
Olivia: Send him over.
Olivia: Send him over, I want to help him. Come on, you know I would do anything for you.
Natalia: Olivia... thank you. I'll do that right now.
James: Dad, what's up?
Phillip: Nothing. I'm just checking in. I understand that you agreed to be in Bill and Lizzie’s wedding.
James: Yeah, yeah, why not? She's my sister.
Phillip: Well you made your sister very happy.
James: I aim to please. Listen, I hate to rush out on you, but I've got to get going.
Phillip: Oh, yeah, no sweat. Can I give you a lift someplace?
James: No, no thanks.
Phillip: What's her name?
James: You're good. Um, she's a friend of a guy I play tennis with at the club. It's a blind date.
Phillip: Well, have fun.
Ashlee: Well, well, well, you look like you're going to a lunch at the country club.
Daisy: Yeah, it's something like that. I didn't think I was going to go, but why not?
Ashlee: What, you have a date with James?
Daisy: James Spaulding and I are not dating.
Ashlee: Well, then who's taking you...
Daisy: Okay, James and I are going to lunch, but it's not a date.
Ashlee: Oh, well, who's paying?
Daisy: Well, I'm not.
Ashlee: Then it's a date. Believe me, it's okay to like this guy.
Daisy: Except our families would just go crazy.
Ashlee: When has that stopped you before. I mean, unlike Grady, James is not a criminal. He's just a Spaulding.
Bill: My family likes you better than me.
Lizzie: You know, it's sad, but I think it is true.
Bill: It is true. Your family likes you better than me.
Lizzie: I guess I'm just a crowd pleaser.
Bill: I even think my dog Bernie likes you better than me.
Lizzie: That's not true.
Bill: That is true.
Doris: There you are, the happy couple. Ashlee was just telling me you're engaged.
Lizzie: Yes, yes, we are.
Doris: That's great. I'm sorry it didn't work out with Ashlee, you know, the whole wedding planner thing.
Lizzie: Right, we just decided to go in a different direction.
Bill: Yeah, different. It was...
Doris: Mm-hmm. Your loss.
Lizzie: Wow, she hates our guts.
Bill: No, I think she hates that we're happy.
Lizzie: Well, you know, we worked very hard for this happiness and I am not going to apologize for it. In my family, you have to grab the happy moments while you can.
Bill: That's true. Let's go grab a happy moment.
Natalia: Hello, Alan.
Alan: Well, Natalia! It's been a long time. Please sit, I'll get you a drink or something.
Natalia: No, no, thank you. No. How are you?
Alan: Well, I'm as good as can be expected, I guess. You probably heard that Elizabeth is marrying Bill Lewis.
Natalia: Yeah. That's nice, isn't it?
Alan: I wish I saw the world through your eyes.
Natalia: Well, you know Rafe told me that you gave him a call.
Alan: Yes, well, I wanted to call my grandson and wish him well out in the real world. How's he doing?
Natalia: Um, he’s... he's trying hard. But this transition has been a little bit more difficult than we thought it would be.
Alan: Well, since he's out of prison, is there anything I can do to help?
Natalia: No. No. Actually, that's why I came to talk to you. I really want to come and ask you to not help Rafe in any way. Not with a job or any money or anything like that. If you could be supportive as a family member that would be wonderful, but I'm just... no Spaulding short cuts or anything like that.
Alan: Let me ask you something. Is he aware that I'm not allowed to help him?
Natalia: Well, yes, I'm going to talk to him about this. We talk about everything.
Olivia: Okay, here's something. It's in the kitchen. It's an entry level job, but you know what? The salary's more than it seems. You get to share all the tips with the waiters.
Rafe: Olivia, a busboy?
Olivia: This is right up your alley, you know, if you're looking to be a cop, a security guard.
Rafe: Great. I'm sure they have snazzy uniforms, too. Come on.
Olivia: Excuse me?
Rafe: You know, forget it. I'm going to... I'll go ask my Grandpa Alan.
Olivia: No, no, that kind of job comes with strings. Look, I'm not looking for the kissing of the feet. A little gratitude would be nice. I'm offering you a job-- two jobs, in fact.
Rafe: All right, but a busboy, come one. It's not a career.
Olivia: We're not talking about a career. We're talking about something until you can....
Rafe: I'm not going to be a cop. All right, I went over there to ask them. They said no. I wanted to be like my dad. I wanted to honor him. They said no. So excuse me if I don't get all excited about picking up some dirty dishes in your hotel room.
James: Thank you. Where's the laptop?
Daisy: I told Ashlee I was meeting you for lunch. I couldn't come up with a reason for a laptop.
James: Okay. Not a big deal. It's more of a meet-and-greet anyway.
Daisy: I don't even know if I'm staying. I...
James: Well, decide now. The client's coming in, like, five minutes.
Daisy: If you get in trouble this time, your dad won't be able to bail you out because he'll be in jail.
James: I told you, okay, I learn from my mistakes. The plan's foolproof.
James: Hey, thanks for coming. I promise not to waste your time.
Man: That's why I'm here.
James: This is my associate, Susan Malloy.
Man: Very nice to meet you, Susan.
Daisy: Thank you, you, too.
James: So, let's get to it. I'll let you know what we're working with here. I'd love your input as well as your investment.
Natalia: I hope you understand.
Alan: I do understand and I promise you, Natalia, that I will not corrupt Rafael.
Natalia: That's not what I'm saying. I was just trying to explain that this is a very tricky time for him.
Alan: Well, I have a lot of tricky situations with the rest of my family, so I will leave Rafael to you.
Olivia: Come on, don't go. Don't, sit, please, talk.
Rafe: Why? What's there to talk about?
Olivia: Your mother led me to believe that you wanted to apply...
Rafe: I know what my mother said, all right, I was there.
Olivia: So you just let her go on thinking that everything was okay? What, you lied to her?
Olivia: Rafe, come on, you don't have to lie to your mother.
Rafe: I don’t. Stop.
Olivia: She's very excited for you.
Rafe: I know that. That's exactly the point. I don't want to disappoint her.
Olivia: Well, then just tell her the truth, okay. She's a strong person. You owe her the truth, right?
Rafe: First of all, can you... can you back off, please? Okay? This is my business and my mother’s. Who the hell do you think you are, anyway? This has absolutely nothing to do with you.
Bill: Weren't we supposed to be at the office by now?
Lizzie: Well, no one's expecting us for an hour. I was thinking maybe we could stop by Cedars.
Bill: What's wrong?
Lizzie: Nothing's wrong. Well, no, I'll tell you what's wrong. Nana hasn't seen this ring yet.
Bill: Oh, my goodness, she hasn't! What is this town going to be excited about once we're an old married couple, right?
Lizzie: Okay, goofball. Actually, you know, I was thinking about calling Dad about the engagement party, tell him how much we appreciate everything he's doing.
Bill: Yeah, I tell you, he's been doing everything he can to come through for you. He has.
Lizzie: I forgot what it was like to have a dad. It's pretty great.
Bill: It is great. Let's face it, he bailed us out of that Chicago mess.
Lizzie: Yeah, I know.
Bill: You know.
Man: I'll be right back. I need to make a phone call.
James: Yeah, not a problem.
Daisy: I think you sold it.
James: Yeah, he's ours. Score one.
Daisy: You make it look so easy.
James: Thousands of dollars falling into our laps and all we have to do is look good and be charming. This is going to be even easier than last time.
Man: I like what you're proposing. I'm in.
James: Welcome. You won't regret it.
Phillip: Sounds like a good plan. Where do I sign up?
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Woman: You said outskirts, so stay in touch.
Cyrus: Do I have a choice?
Clayton: They're going forward with the foreclosure. Your mother and I are going to lose our house.
Phillip: I couldn't help overhearing your conversation. Bail you out of one disaster and you jump right into another one?
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