One Life to Live Transcript Wednesday 11/21/07
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Rex: Oh -- oh.
Adriana: Oh. Huh.
Rex: Oh, why didn't we do this sooner?
Adriana: Oh. Make love?
Rex: Move in together.
Adriana: Oh. What do they say, you -- you learn everything you need to know in kindergarten? Well, sharing has definitely moved to the top of my list.
Rex: Sharing the shower --
Adriana: Sharing the shower floor --
Rex: Sharing the bed --
Adriana: Hmm -- sharing your drumstick. Rex, snap out of it. No more football.
Adriana: I need your help, Rex. I am not cooking Thanksgiving dinner on my own, okay?
[Adriana turns TV off]
Adriana: We're supposed to share this job -- remember?
Antonio: So, how many people did you invite?
Cristian: Well, there's you, me, Mami -- whoa, whoa. What are you doing? Jamie, do me a favor and tell your dad it's not polite to eat with your hands. Tell him.
Antonio: Jamie, let's count how many people are coming to dinner. There's -- there's -- there's me, right? There's you. There's Uncle Cris. There's abuela. How many is that?
Cristian: And Starr -- that's five.
Antonio: Well, it's too bad that your Uncle Cris couldn't invite someone else.
Cristian: Well, her Uncle Cris didn’t.
Cristian: Look, if we have leftovers, all the better. We can make hot turkey sandwiches, right, Jamie?
Antonio: Or he can just call his friend Sarah, invite her to dinner.
Cristian: My friend Sarah is in Texas with her d-a-t-E.
Antonio: Oh. Well, that's too bad, because I like Sarah. She seems to be a lot of fun.
Jamie: Is she your girlfriend?
Cristian: No, Mama, I don't have a girlfriend.
Jamie: Why not?
Antonio: Yeah, Cris? Why not?
Cristian: And how is your love life these days, Papi?
Viki: And Happy Thanksgiving. Okay.
Viki: All clear.
Noelle: Oh. If I had to fill one more gravy boat -- my dogs are howling!
Moe: You're not done till staff dinner is served and cleared, missy.
Noelle: Would you kindly tell Maurice that I'm on my break, and that if he wants my help after I'm through my break, he can ask nicely?
Moe: Can you tell Miss Powder puff over there she can leave right now if that's her attitude?
Viki: Oh, come on, come on. We've l had a -- you know, a long, hard day. I think we should just dial it down. Come on, it's Thanksgiving, right?
Noelle: Be so good as to ask Moe if he's going to enter that boring pumpkin chiffon pie he was serving today in my contest.
Moe: Since when is the Dallas bake-off your contest?
Noelle: Since I told you I was going to enter it. He had no right --
Moe: I had every right. It's open to all comers.
Noelle: You wouldn't even have known about it if it weren't for me.
Moe: And you wouldn't have had an entry fee if it weren't for me.
Noelle: Oh, that is low.
Viki: You are just in time to join the --
Moe: What? Don't sling --
Moe: That country hash at me.
Noelle: I'll be slinging whatever.
Marcie: You be a good boy for Mama, huh? Just take a little nap, that's all.
Gigi: Well, are you going to explain?
Marcie: You know, I -- I really don't know what you're talking about.
Gigi: I told you -- I know your real name, and that Billy is not your son.
Marcie: Who told you that?
Gigi: So come on, Marcie, let's hear it. Actually, you know what? Wait -- I want to see the real you.
Bo: Sister, how are those sneakers working out for you?
Nun: Thanks to you, I walked five kilometers.
Bo: Good for you.
Nun: I raised $470 for the school.
Bo: I think that's terrific, and you know what? For all the sisters, I brought you a big chunk of the bakery. I got apple pies, I got pumpkin pies and everything else. I want you all to have a Happy Thanksgiving.
Nun: You're too good to us, Commissioner.
Bo: Oh, come on. Don't let that get out, okay?
Bo: Hey -- how's our girl doing?
Nun: She's having a good day. Company always cheers her up.
Bo: She has company?
R.J.: I got a nice price for it, though. I was able to pay the rent and the utilities, so there are no worries -- except everyone keeps asking for you. The art world misses you, Lindsay. So do I.
[Rex yells and groans]
Adriana: How's the turkey?
Rex: Hmm, frying away. I just burnt my hand.
Adriana: Is it burning?
Rex: My hand or the turkey?
Adriana: The turkey.
Rex: Thanks for the concern, and no, it's not burning.
Adriana: Look, Rex, okay, I have people coming over. This is the first time we've ever had Thanksgiving.
Rex: This is just dinner.
Adriana: It's Thanksgiving dinner. I don't think that deep-frying that turkey was such a good idea.
Rex: Like I keep telling you, it's not about the turkey. It's about the sides, the -- the sweet potatoes, the creamed onions, the stuffing.
Adriana: You never said anything about onions. I don't know how to make creamed onions.
Rex: Would you relax?
Adriana: Rex, we have several gallons of boiling oil perched on our fire escape. If we burn down the building, all those nice people that used to be your neighbors -- they won't have a place to sleep tonight.
Rex: Nothing's going to burn down.
Adriana: At least my mother's not coming -- could you imagine?
Rex: Not a fried-turkey fan?
Adriana: Oh, I can just see her pushing it around her plate.
[Knock on door]
Adriana: Oh, my God -- they're here.
Rex: And -- and "they" are friends. Relax.
Layla: Happy Thanksgiving.
Rex: Happy Thanksgiving!
Vincent: Hey, there, turkey.
Layla: I've got apple pie and pumpkin pie.
Adriana: Oh, thank you so much.
Layla: Ah, you're welcome, babe.
Roxy: Hi, I thought you might need this.
Adriana: Uh -- Rex?
Rex: It's a baster.
Roxy: This thing stays in the kitchen. I had enough baby scares for one year.
Miles: Oh -- sorry. Hi, everyone.
Roxy: Find a parking spot?
Miles: Yeah, yeah, no problem. I brought some pumpkin bread.
Rex: What is this -- bring a con to Turkey Day?
Roxy: Like you never seen the inside of a jail?
Adriana: Thank you for the bread, Miles. That was very thoughtful.
Roxy: I got one more guest coming -- another criminal type.
Roxy: Well, well, well -- speaking of the devil.
Michael: Uh -- Rox told me I should come over, you know? Said I shouldn't spend Thanksgiving alone.
Gigi: I know everything. You're not a blonde, your name's not Sally Ann, and "Billy" or whatever his name is isn't your son.
Marcie: His name is Tommy. And he is my son, Gigi -- he is my son in every way that counts.
Gigi: Not according to the guy who stuck this on the vending machine last night.
Marcie: Oh, what guy? What guy, Gigi?
Gigi: Tommy's dad -- guy named Todd Manning?
Bo: Sorry to interrupt. I -- I just wanted to stop by and wish Lindsay a Happy Thanksgiving.
Lindsay: Well, thank you for coming.
Bo: Well, I didn't want you to spend this day alone. Of course, you're not alone because you have company. Yeah. I -- you know, I talked to Hank not too long ago and it sounds like everything's going well with him.
R.J.: Yeah, yeah, yeah. He's -- he's still teaching and coaching, you know, trying to keep the young ones in line.
Lindsay: R.J.'s managing my business while I'm in here.
R.J.: Yeah, now, it's enough of that. You're going to beat this thing, so don't worry about it. And -- well, Bo, I've been meaning to get in touch with you since Asa passed. You know, I still can't believe it. Your father was one of a kind. I'm very sorry for your loss.
Bo: Thank you. He lived a -- a full life. Thank you, R.J. I mean, you know what? That means a lot to me. Thank you very much.
Lindsay: Well, a -- a civil moment between you two. I mean, this is almost worth the price of admission that I had to pay to get in here.
Lindsay: Could I ask you two to stay for dinner, or would that just be too much to ask?
Roxy: Okay, now it's time to introduce you.
Miles: Oh, okay.
Roxy: Hey. I don't think he's been officiously introduced.
Vincent: Vincent Jones.
Miles: Uh -- Miles Lawrence.
Roxy: And this is the lovely Layla Williamson.
Roxy: And feel free to ask who did her hair.
Rex: Thanks for keeping me company here on window duty.
Michael: Oh, not a problem.
Rex: Adriana's afraid I'm going to burn down the building.
Michael: Well, Thanksgiving, you know -- it's usually a pretty bad day for accidents. Actually, it's one of the worst, you know? You got a bunch of amateurs, you know, trying to make a big meal for the first time. There's usually a line going right out the door of the E.R.
Rex: No kidding?
Michael: Yeah. Last year, it got so bad I got called in on my day off. It was my first Thanksgiving with Marcie and Tommy. Well, here goes round two.
Marcie: He's here. Todd is here!
Gigi: He came into the cafe asking questions.
Marcie: Did you tell him that you'd seen me?
Gigi: I told him that you and the boy had been in the cafe, yes.
Marcie: Oh, great. Great!
Gigi: Marcie, I didn't tell him you were here.
Marcie: You know, he will go into every building in this town and he will not rest until he finds me.
Gigi: No, it's okay. Listen to me.
Marcie: No, no, it is not okay! It's not okay -- he's here!
Gigi: I told him that you went to South America three days ago. He bought it. He thinks you're gone.
Marcie: You did that?
Marcie: For us?
Gigi: Yes, and I don't know why, because he's offering a pretty big reward, Marcie -- a million dollars. I would never have to worry about money again. But I wanted to hear it from you first -- why you lied to me.
Talia: I didn't know you -- I didn't realize you guys were closed. I'm sorry.
Antonio: You're working today?
Talia: I volunteered. I always do. My parents like to go to Florida every year for Thanksgiving and I can't wrap my head around turkey and palm trees. I'm going to go.
Cristian: Wait a minute, wait a minute.
Talia: Because I got to --
Cristian: Wait a minute.
Cristian: You came here for a reason, right?
Talia: Yeah, I came in to get a sandwich. I'm hungry, I like sandwiches. I'm really going to go.
Cristian: No, you're not -- you're going to stay and eat. Look how much food we have.
Jamie: Yeah, stay.
Talia: Uh -- I'm -- I'm not going to crash your Thanksgiving.
Cristian: Jamie, do me a favor. Would you tell this beautiful lady or show her how much food we have?
Talia: Excuse me. Wow. Wow, that's -- that's a lot of food. How many people you got coming to this thing? Five? Five people?
Cristian: Yep. We'd have to wrap it up and put it all away. And you know, there's nothing sadder than leftovers.
Antonio: Talia -- why don't you stay?
Jamie: Please, please, please?
Antonio: You have Jamie’s vote.
Cristian: Okay. It's settled, then. She's staying, brother.
Talia: All right. I'd love to stay, thank you. Can I go wash my hands?
Antonio: Yes. Jamie, why don't you show Talia the ladies' room?
Antonio: Not one word about my love life, all right? Talia and I work together.
Cristian: I know. That's what I'm talking about -- love life, right there.
Antonio: No -- you say one word about my love life and I'm going to tell Mami about you and Sarah.
Cristian: Okay, come on. There's nothing --
Antonio: No, no, no, no.
Cristian: Between me and Sarah.
Antonio: Word to the wise.
Cristian: Whatever. Hmm.
Carlotta: Hey, guys? Look who I found. And she's staying for dinner.
Viki: You tell Bree her grandma sends her a big hug and a kiss, and of course I send my love to you, sweetheart, and I hope we talk soon. Okay? Love you. Bye.
Charlie: So, did you get ahold of your kids?
Viki: No. Uh -- I left messages, you know? They're all out of town with their father.
Charlie: Yeah, well, that's too bad. It's hard to spend the holiday without your loved ones.
Viki: Yeah, yeah, it is. How about you? Did you hear any news about your son?
Charlie: No, not yet. Listen, I really want to thank you for inviting me here tonight. This really means a lot to me.
Viki: Well, it occurred to me that we're probably both feeling the same way, you know?
Charlie: Mm-hmm. You know something? I've got a question.
Charlie: Sit down. And -- and think carefully about this before you answer. Now, the other night at the movies -- now, that was a date, uh -- date number one to be exact. And we talked about taking a walk in the cemetery and that would be date number two, but then you asked me here tonight. Now that may have been just you taking pity on a guy who was going to end up eating a cold turkey sandwich on Thanksgiving, but maybe -- now, just maybe -- this is date number two. And, if and when we do take that walk, that'll be date number three and, well, then we're in trouble.
Viki: Why are we in trouble?
Charlie: Well, you see, three dates and a man has got to start thinking about springing for a box of chocolates or something.
Viki: Oh, and that -- I mean, that's a real commitment.
Charlie: Exactly, and so, um -- why don't you think carefully before you answer this? Is this a date?
Viki: Okay. Um -- I think this is the most interesting Thanksgiving that I have ever spent. And when I thought about that, I thought that I would really like to spend it with you because I think that you and I are on the same journey -- you know, we're changing our lives, and we don't know what tomorrow will bring. So, I'm going to toss it right back at you -- what do you think? Is this a date?
Charlie: Well, um, if you had asked me a year ago where I was going to be at Thanksgiving, I'd say in a bar or at a party or at a party in a bar with a bunch of people that I hardly know getting drunk. And now, I'm here, getting ready to share a meal with a woman that I am so thankful to have met.
Viki: Oh. Good answer. Good answer. Hey, Shane.
Viki: Where's your mom?
Shane: She's not here?
Viki: No, honey, she's late. I wonder what's keeping her.
Marcie: I'm sorry. I'm sorry that I lied to you. The truth -- the truth is that I didn't want you to get into any trouble -- that's the truth.
Gigi: Because the FBI is after you?
Marcie: He told you that -- Todd told you that? Yeah, that's the truth.
Gigi: And all that about your husband beating you -- that was a lie, too?
Marcie: You asked me if my baby father was a violent man. I said yes because he is -- Todd Manning. He is a terrible person, okay, and I am not about to hand my son over to him! That's not going to happen. I'm sorry. Michael. My husband's name is Michael. I'm a teacher, he's a doctor and he's wonderful. He is -- I love him. Michael and I, we adopted Tommy and I swear to you, I swear to you that it was all legal, okay? We took him in because we thought that his parents had been killed. We took him in and we fell in love with him. Gigi, we fell in love with him, so we adopted him and we had -- we had absolutely no idea who his birth father really was.
Gigi: And this Todd Manning?
Marcie: He thought that his son had died. We all thought that he had died, and then when the truth came out, he took us to -- to court to get custody and he won and now he wants to take Tommy away from us, and I --
Gigi: Marcie? But if he's Tommy’s father --
Marcie: No. Michael is Tommy’s father -- I have already told you that! Todd Manning -- he is a monster.
Gigi: He didn't look all that ferocious.
Marcie: He is a convicted rapist! You want, you can go ahead. You can go ahead and you can look that up online if you want. He was almost executed for killing Tommy’s birth mother.
Gigi: What happened?
Marcie: Last minute, they found out that she was alive. He admitted that he wanted her dead and that he had tried to kill her when she was pregnant with Tommy, more than once.
Gigi: But Todd’s wife -- she said the birth mother is dead.
Marcie: She died in an accident. So I guess you met Blair, then, huh? Tall, thin, stylish, really pretty?
Marcie: Hmm. You know, Todd actually handed their son Jack off to strangers when he was a couple of days old. Strangers. Gigi, how do you do that? You know why he did it? Because he didn't think that he was his son. So what does it matter, right?
Gigi: So, why did they give him custody?
Marcie: Our lawyer said that the law is biased towards the biological parent. He's rich. Gigi, he can afford expensive haircuts and expensive clothes. Look, that reward money that he offered you? They throw money around all the time because that is how they get what they want. They don't know how else to get what they want. Tommy deserves a real family. He deserves me, not some family that they've cobbled together in order to impress a judge.
Gigi: But, Marcie, I mean, if you're going to be on the run, what kind of family life is Tommy ever going to have? I mean, you're living out of your car, in motels. You've left your husband.
Marcie: I left my husband because I would give my life for him. Gigi, come on. Do you think -- do you really think that I wanted to do this? I didn't have a choice in this situation. If a judge asked you to hand Shane over to a convicted rapist, someone who tried to kill his mother, what would you do?
Cristian: I thought the idea was to spend Thanksgiving in Texas.
Sarah: I decided to come back early.
Cristian: You okay?
Sarah: Yeah. You know, I told you they read the will. Asa read the will, on DVD. It was sad.
Cristian: I'm sure Jared was a big comfort.
Sarah: I don't think that's in his skill set.
Cristian: So, where is he?
Sarah: I don't know -- probably still back in Texas.
Cristian: He didn't come back with you?
Sarah: I didn't ask him to come back with me.
Cristian: And why is that?
Sarah: He's not for me. Actually, I don't think I was what he needed, either. We were just killing time, waiting for the right person to come along. So, I'm free as a bird.
Cristian: Listen, if you're hungry, I've been cooking all day, so there's plenty of food.
Sarah: Cool. I love a man who cooks.
Cristian: And cleans --
Sarah: And cleans --
Cristian: And picks up after your crap.
Sarah: Hey. I bring a lot to the party.
Cristian: Really -- what's that? Your personality?
Sarah: You want me to go back to Texas, because I think the jet is still fueled and waiting.
Cristian: Whoa -- the jet? Nice.
Cristian: Wait, wait. I'm kidding, okay? I'm glad you're here.
Roxy: Say hi to your sister.
Roxy: Yeah. Get some info about Asa's will because I can't get a word out of her.
Rex: Na-- Na-- Natalie!
Roxy: So, are you having fun yet?
Miles: Yeah, this is -- this is nice. This is the first Thanksgiving that I've spent outside the hospital.
Roxy: Great. What do you think of it so far?
Miles: It's great. Yeah. I don't think your son was too thrilled to see me.
Roxy: Oh, who cares what he thinks? You know, when I got to this town, nobody invited me nowhere, and now, I'm at the top of everyone's B-list.
Miles: Well, I know why. You're humorous and funny and you bring the party with you.
Roxy: Oh, you're a real charm boat. Hey, man, in a little while, you're going to have so many invites, you're going to be turning them all down.
Miles: Yeah, well, I have you to thank, and Natalie. I mean, you both have been very kind to me.
Roxy: Well, where do you think she got it from?
Miles: I'm sure Michael wishes I weren't here. After all, I am the guy who told Todd Manning that Michael and Marcie had Todd’s son. He probably blames me for his family running away.
Roxy: Knowing Mike the way I do, I think the only person that he blames is himself.
Adriana: We must be crazy to be throwing our first dinner party on Thanksgiving.
Michael: Well, I mean, at least you didn't have to think about what you were going to serve.
Adriana: That's true. And we're really glad that you could come. So, you think I can ask you to use those surgeon hands to carve the turkey?
Michael: Oh, I -- I don't know. You know, Rex is the man of the house and, I -- I don't know, it's kind of his job.
Adriana: Rex's job is to make sure we don't burn down the building.
Michael: And your job is to try and cheer me up.
Michael: I'm -- I'm sorry. I'm -- I'm not really much use lately, you know? I -- I woke up this morning and -- and I know it's completely delusional, but I -- I had this feeling that maybe Marcie and Tommy would come walking through the door. They should be here -- it's Thanksgiving. They're not coming back.
Michael: Hmm -- huh.
Gigi: Anybody try and take my son from me, and I'd have to shoot them. It's just seeing this flyer and --
Marcie: I -- I know. I know -- the reward. I get it. I get it, okay?
Marcie: Todd offered you a million dollars? God. Oh, my God!
Gigi: Well, you're lucky I didn't get a good vibe from him. I just -- I kept thinking about how much you loved that boy and I knew I wouldn't be able to live with myself if I took the money. Plus, you're a really good person and anybody can see that.
Marcie: You're good people. And I really don't know how to thank you.
Gigi: Oh. You don't have to. Just wake your son up and let's go over to the cafe and have some Thanksgiving dinner.
Marcie: No, I can't -- I can't risk that right now. You know that. I got to stay here. I got to stay here until I know that Todd is gone.
Gigi: All right. I'll just bring you a plate later.
Marcie: Did you tell anybody that you'd seen me?
Gigi: No, no. They just think I have a friend that's staying here, and nobody knows your name.
Marcie: Oh, God, my name. I'm going to have to change my name and I'm going to have to get a new I.D.
Gigi: What about your husband?
Gigi: I -- I mean, he must really miss you two.
Marcie: I know that he does. But, you know, he has to forget about us. Gigi, Marcie and Tommy McBain no longer exist.
Gigi: Sorry I'm late.
Gigi: Well, well, look what the turkey drug in. Hello, Charlie.
Charlie: Happy Thanksgiving, Gigi.
Gigi: Hey, honey. You've been hanging out here with everybody?
Shane: Where were you?
Gigi: I was visiting my friend at the motel.
Viki: She's still here? Why doesn't she join us?
Gigi: Hmm, she's not feeling well. I'll bring her a plate a little later.
Moe: After you clean up the kitchen, which is your job and yours alone since you were absent without leave while the rest of us was here working.
Noelle: Give it a rest, Moe.
Gigi: Somebody spike her lemonade?
Viki: Moe decided to enter the Dallas bake-off.
Gigi: That's Noelle’s thing.
Moe: Oh, for the last time, anybody can enter. Now, are we ready to eat?
Viki: Everything looks so wonderful, and -- you know what? No matter who wins the bake-off, you are both culinary stars.
Shane: Who starts?
Gigi: We have a tradition here at the Bon-Jour Cafe -- we always go around the room and say what we're thankful for, and I think Moe should start, don't you, Shane?
Gigi: It's your cafe.
Moe: For which I'm thankful -- amen.
Moe: Okay. Okay. I'm thankful for a little competition -- it's good for business.
Noelle: And I'm thankful I've got the best pie recipe in the state.
Shane: I'm thankful for Charlie.
Gigi: For Charlie?
Shane: I don't care what you say, Mom. A guy needs to know how to fight so you don't have to.
Gigi: And I am thankful that you have such a good head on your shoulders and that you're my little boy.
Shane: You're thankful for me every year.
Gigi: I sure am! Charlie?
Charlie: I'm just thankful to be here, at this table with such wonderful people.
Viki: Well, I am thankful for life's endless possibilities, for drive-in theatres, and for one-way tickets.
R.J.: Well, I'm thankful for the all-too-rare smile on that pretty face over there, and for living long enough to learn how to let sleeping dogs lie.
Bo: Amen to that.
Bo: I'm just thankful to be here with you.
Lindsay: And I'm thankful, more than you two will ever know, for this truce.
Jamie: I'm thankful that Uncle Cris can cook after all.
Cristian: Thank you -- I think.
Talia: Yeah, your -- your uncle is a pretty good cook. He's almost as good as his mother. I -- I am thankful for a certain little girl who's in my life who's kind enough to teach me how to draw dinosaurs and paint.
Antonio: And I'm thankful for Jamie, right? Hmm?
Antonio: And that Talia got to spend a little time with us today.
Sarah: And I am thankful to be home, for all kinds of reasons.
Adriana: I'm thankful that this frying-the-turkey thing worked -- huh -- and that you're all here to share this day with me.
Rex: I'm thankful that we didn't burn down the building.
[Roxy and Rex snicker]
Rex: I'm also thankful to be sharing my life and my -- my closet with this beautiful woman.
Vincent: I'm thankful for second chances.
Layla: Well, I'm thankful for coming to my senses.
Miles: I'm thankful for community service.
Roxy: And I'm thankful I only got 100 hours left of community service.
Michael: Uh -- um -- I'm -- I'm thankful for, uh -- uh -- I'm sorry, guys. I -- I got to be honest here. I'm not really feeling all that thankful. Um -- I just pray that my family is safe, you know, wherever they are. That's really all I want. I'm sorry. I'm going to --
Michael: Hi. Dr. Michael McBain here.
Marcie: Michael? It's Marcie.
Lindsay: I'm so glad you came. And thank you for being so respectful to R.J.
Bo: Well, Lindsay, you know that I would do about anything for you -- even break bread with R.J.
Lindsay: Hmm. Oh.
Bo: Oh. I'm going to come and see you again soon, okay?
Lindsay: Okay. Oh, Bo?
Lindsay: I just wanted to give you that.
Bo: Oh -- thank you.
Lindsay: You're welcome.
R.J..: My favorite granddaughter, how are you?
R.J.: Oh, I'm sorry -- am I interrupting? I -- I thought you all would be finished dinner by now. I just dropped by to wish Jamie a Happy Thanksgiving.
Antonio: I thought you'd be in Chicago with Hank and Rachel.
R.J.: Well -- well, there was a little change of plans, so I decided to stay here.
Antonio: Would you like to join us?
R.J.: Well, Jamie, would you mind if I joined you for dinner? All right, then. I guess I can stay. Let's go.
Carlotta: Happy Thanksgiving, R.J.
R.J.: Oh. Happy Thanksgiving, Carlotta. Hey, hop up. Ah.
R.J.: Thanks, man.
Noelle: Who's going to say grace?
Viki: Um -- I'd be happy to.
Gigi: Knock yourself out.
Viki: "For each new morning with its light, for rest and shelter of the night, for health and food, for love and friends, for everything thy goodness sends." Amen.
Noelle: That was beautiful.
Moe: Hmm -- not bad for a waitress.
Viki: Actually, it was --
Moe: Well, dig in, everybody. Don't let this turducken get cold.
Michael: Marcie, honey? Honey, talk to me.
Marcie: Look, hold on, okay, because there's somebody here who wants to say hi. There you go. Say hi to Daddy. Say, "Hi, Daddy."
Michael: Hey. Hey, buddy. Man, I miss you.
Marcie: Michael? Hi. Look, I just wanted to call and, um -- and let you know that we're okay and that I'm -- I'm so thankful that I had you in my life, okay?
Michael: Marcie, where -- where are you, okay? I'm going to come there. I'm going to come there right now and I'm going to bring you home.
Marcie: They'll follow you, Michael. Don't do that, okay? They will follow you, they'll put us both in jail, and then Tommy will have nobody, so don't do it.
Michael: Marcie, please. Honey, I -- I need you.
Marcie: Yeah, that's -- that's kind of why I called. I -- I know that it's not fair, but I need you to forget about us.
Michael: I can't do that.
Marcie: Look, I'm not going to call you again. I just wanted to let you know that everything was okay, all right? We're okay. So, Michael, please just do me a favor -- I need you to make a new life for yourself, one without us.
Michael: No, Mar-- Marcie?
Michael: Marcie, honey?
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Todd: Don't give up, okay?
Cole: What aren't you telling me?
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