One Life to Live Transcript Thursday 7/9/09
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Episode # 10476 ~ You Can Go Home Again
Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Kathy
Greg: As I told Matthew, I've reviewed his test results and I've made a decision about his case.
Matthew: You look kind of serious.
Greg: Well, spinal surgery is serious business, one that I don't take lightly. That's why I'm the top in my field.
Matthew: So you think you can help me walk again?
Greg: Well, if your parents agree to put you in my hands, I'd say it looks pretty good.
Destiny: That's not cool. Your girl's with another guy.
Shaun: She's not my girl. Hey!
Destiny: "Hey" yourself. What's wrong with you?
Shaun: Nothing. Rachel's on some kind of date.
Destiny: And you're crawling under your chair? Come on, be a man.
Shaun: Will you stop that?
Destiny: Not until you get up and fight for your woman. Do I have to do everything myself? Hey, Rachel! Mr. J! This four-top's way bigger than that deuce you're sitting at. "Four-top," "deuce" -- I learned that at the country club.
Shaun: Oh, that's real smooth.
Destiny: Let's hope it works.
Blair: Oh, God. Get a room, just not in this house.
Dorian: Markko looked very handsome today.
Langston: Yeah. I told him to wear the same thing to the dinner party tonight.
Langston: That's still on, right?
Dorian: Absolutely. Full steam ahead.
Langston: Good, because Markko and I are really counting on this to fix things between him and his parents. We're going crazy not being able to see each other.
Dorian: Yeah, well -- don't worry. I've got everything handled.
Langston: Oh, like the graduation party?
Dorian: Okay, I deserved that. But I can fix things. I've told you that I will. Once Markko's parents come here again and they see Viki and Charlie and Shaun and -- and Maurice and Noelle, and that we're all good friends again, then they'll realize that you have a wonderful family. Now, can we just do one event at a time? Is Starr going to marry Cole today here, or not? Hmm?
Marty: Honestly, I don't care what they have Cole do for community service, and I doubt he will either, because he's not going to Statesville for two years or one year at all, and I -- how am I ever going to repay you for that?
Blair: Oh, Marty, I'm sure you will think of something really, really special. John, I hate to put a damper in my teenage daughter's wedding, but we probably should discuss our annulment.
Cole: You can't marry me? So when you said "yes," what was that? Did you say it just because you feel sorry for me?
Starr: No, I said it because I love you and I want what's best for you. That's why I'm not marrying you today. It's the best thing for me and for you and for our baby.
Gigi: You know why I did what I did. Now I'm asking you to please forgive me.
Rex: A lot's happened. Between us. And on our own. We were a family, Morasco. Think we can just snap, go back to the way things were?
Gigi: Why not? I'm still me. I haven't changed.
Rex: Yeah, you have. And so have I. Can the us we are now make it any more than the old us did?
Gigi: There was nothing wrong with us before all this.
Rex: We took some huge hits, Geege. We didn't do so well.
Gigi: This is all my fault. God, I should have been honest with you from the start.
Rex: For some reason, you felt like you couldn't be.
Gigi: You know why I -- I didn't tell you what Stacy was up to? It's not because I didn't trust you. It was because I thought you might lose it and --
Rex: Do something stupid? When Shane might die if I did?
Gigi: I'm sorry -- I'm so sorry, okay? It killed me.
Rex: You did what you thought you had to do, and I love that about you. But it kind of killed me, too, Geege --
Gigi: There were so many times I -- I wanted to tell you.
Rex: That's just it. You had the truth the whole time to hang onto. I had nothing.
Gigi: And it -- made me sick to know you were hurting, and that I did it.
Rex: We thought Shane might die. We never needed each other more. And in one day, I find out that Shane doesn't have a stem cell donor, and I catch you in bed with Brody.
Gigi: I didn't want to do that to you.
Rex: I kept saying to myself, "this isn't happening." It was like some nightmare that I was having.
Gigi: It was, Rex. Was -- it's over now.
Rex: Yeah? All that time, you had me believing that you didn't want me anymore, and you were good at it. See, I had to rally for Shane while your back was turned on me. I get that the bottom line was saving Shane's life, but I've got to ask myself, "Why did it look so easy for you to do that to us?"
Rachel: How are you guys doing?
Destiny: We're good. Sit.
Schuyler: Uh, are you sure we're not interrupting your --
Destiny: Of course not. Right, Shaun?
Shaun: Right, but if you two want to be alone --
Rachel: Oh, Schuyler and I work together at the treatment center. We were just about to have lunch.
Destiny: So are we. Sit down.
Destiny: So, Mr. J here used to be a teacher at my school.
Shaun: Is that right?
Destiny: Yeah, I thought I'd have him for bio this year, but he's got a new job. So, Mr. J, question -- are you dating Rachel?
Matthew: This is awesome. So I'm going to be able to walk again and play basketball?
Greg: Hey, that's the goal.
Matthew: So is it really complicated?
Greg: Well, spinal surgery always is. But as I said, I've performed this procedure many times successfully. And after reviewing Matthew's test results, I feel confident that I can do the same for him.
Matthew: Great. Let's do it.
Bo: Can you explain this procedure to us?
Greg: Well, it's complicated, uh, hard to explain in laymen's terms.
Bo: Can you at least tell us when this might happen?
Greg: I think we can get Matthew on the schedule at the hospital in the next two weeks.
Matthew: Are you kidding me?
Nora: Uh, um, okay -- dumb it down for us, Doc. What exactly does this procedure entail?
Matthew: Who cares? I could be walking again in two weeks.
Nora: Sweetie, I don't think that's what Dr. Evans is saying. Is it, Doctor? Are you guaranteeing my son that he'll be able to walk again?
Greg: There are no guarantees. But, as I said, I've performed this successfully many times.
Bo: And you have a 100% success rate?
Greg: Well, not quite 100.
Nora: And the risks?
Greg: Even with minor surgery, there are risks.
Bo: Okay, I need a straight answer now. What kind of risks are we looking at?
Todd: What's so amusing?
Téa: Just time and time again, you end up owing John McBain.
Todd: What do I owe John McBain?
Téa: Oh, come on. Powell nearly killed you, and John rode in and saved your ass --
Téa: And then today, he showed up just in the nick of time and he delivered great news, and voila -- he saved the day. It's pretty heroic, right?
Todd: All right. God, shut up.
John: You're right. We should talk -- just maybe not today.
Dorian: Blair, honey, I'm -- I'm sorry. You're the mother of the bride, and the Justice of the Peace really needs a decision. He can't wait around forever.
Blair: Okay. Um –
Cole: Okay, why is not getting married the best thing for us? I mean, you said you really wanted to.
Starr: I did. It just seems like every time we do something or make a big decision, it's because of some crazy situation that we're in.
Cole: Not always.
Starr: Yes. The first time we made love, it was because we thought that we were never going to see each other again. And then when we ran away, it was because we thought my dad was going to kill you when he found out that I was pregnant. And this, I said that I would marry you because I wanted you to have something to hold onto while you were in prison.
Cole: I thought you wanted it for yourself, too.
Starr: I did. But honestly, would you have gotten down on one knee and proposed to me if you didn't think that you were going to be sent away? It's not the right thing to do, and I think you know that. Your dad gave your mom that ring when he asked her to marry him. And I want to get married for the same reasons that they did. For love and love only, not -- not because our back is against a wall. I want to have a real wedding. I want everyone to be happy for us. And I don't want my mom's face to look like it did today. I want to have all of the dresses and the big party and all the stuff that sounds silly, but it really does mean something. And I want us to stand in a beautiful place and say "I do." And I want our daughter to be old enough to watch it happen and for her to know how much we love each other. That's what I really want. And I hope that you want that, too. Cole –
Matthew: Mom, Dad, I'm going to walk again. Don't you want that, too?
Bo: We know you do, Matthew, but it's not that simple.
Matthew: Well, it is for me.
Nora: Well, sweetheart, we have to know exactly what we're dealing with.
Matthew: Why? I just want to do it.
Greg: Matthew, your parents are right. You should understand exactly what this surgery involves. Now, first off, your spinal cord is severely damaged.
Matthew: Yeah, tell me about it.
Greg: But it's not severed, which means that we can repair it. Once we repair the cord, then his recuperation process begins.
Matthew: More physical therapy?
Greg: Big time. But assuming that all goes well, there's a chance that you could regain full use of your legs.
Bo: We've talked to a lot of doctors after Matthew's accident. None of them have been as glib or as positive about this surgery as you have.
Greg: Well, sounds like you finally found the right surgeon.
Nora: You said, "Assuming all goes well" -- and if it doesn't? I mean, outside the normal dangers of surgery, what are the chances that this procedure will kill my son?
Gigi: Rex, when we thought it was over, it never was. We never stopped loving each other.
Rex: Gigi, I spent months trying to kill those feelings for you. I believed things about you I never expected to believe or wanted to believe. I didn't know what to do. Shane was sick. You had me thinking that you hooked up with Brody, and then that guy Schuyler.
Gigi: You came to that all on your own.
Rex: I -- I kept saying, "Okay, she's a different person now." It was the only way I could get through it.
Gigi: I'm so sorry. You're such a good man that you can be this understanding after what I've put you through. Even though you've spent all this time learning how to not love me.
Rex: That's just it, Gigi. It didn't work. I never stopped loving you, but I wanted to.
Gigi: Is it too late? Or can you let yourself love me again?
Marty: I'm so glad he's not going to that place.
John: He's going to be okay.
Marty: I do think it will break his heart, though, if she backs out of this wedding.
John: Maybe it's a good thing they're not going through with it.
Marty: I know they're young. But they're too young to have a baby and they already have one. And he just really wants to make them a family.
Justice: Shall we continue the ceremony?
Blair: Starr, are you okay?
Cole: The wedding's off. We're not getting married.
Dorian: That's that. I'm so sorry. Perhaps we can do this again some other time. I'll show you the door.
Blair: Hey, you guys okay? I know this was important to the both of you.
Cole: Yeah, it's just not the right time.
Starr: Right, but someday it will be. And when that day comes, if you're not going to be happy for us, Dad, then don't come.
Shaun: I'm sorry, my little sister likes to gossip.
Destiny: Do not.
Shaun: Let's just say, next time I'll have lunch with someone who's not up in everybody's business.
Destiny: Don't mind my brother. He does know how to chill and have fun. Sometimes he just forgets how. Know what you want yet? I think I'll have --
Schuyler: Oh, whoa.
Rachel: Oh --
Destiny: Oh, I'm sorry, Mr. J.
Schuyler: No, it's okay. It's -- I -- I don't like these pants anyway.
Destiny: You know what'll get that out? Club soda.
Schuyler: No, no. No, don't worry about it. It's fine.
Destiny: No, it's not. Come with me.
Schuyler: Oh --
Destiny: All I need is club soda and salt. That's what my grandma always uses. But it might take a while.
Shaun: Would it be so bad if I disowned her?
Rachel: Oh, come on. She just went through a lot of trouble to give us some time alone.
Shaun: I mean, what kind of man would I be if I needed my little sister to help me talk to a woman?
Rachel: I don't know. What kind of man would you be?
Shaun: Okay. I like you. Are you happy?
Schuyler: Uh -- that's plenty, thank you.
Destiny: It needs more.
Schuyler: No -- I think it's fine. We're fine. I'm fine, I'm fine, I'm fine.
Destiny: Mr. J, I'm really sorry. They shouldn't make such big menus. They just get in the way. You don't hate me, do you?
Schuyler: No, of course not.
Destiny: Good, because I was going to take your bio class this fall for real, but since you got in trouble and everything. I'm sorry you lost your job, and I'm glad you got another one. And you're not jonesing for Rachel, are you? Because that wouldn't be cool -- going after another guy's girl. Know what I mean?
Rachel: To be honest, I really didn't know if you were into me, but then --
Shaun: The flowers were a dead giveaway.
Rachel: Pretty much.
Shaun: Did you like them?
Rachel: I did, a lot. Thank you. It was a nice surprise. So far, everything you say and do is a nice surprise.
Greg: Full disclosure?
Greg: Sometimes a patient can have an adverse reaction to anesthesia. Sometimes there's a risk of infection. And under certain, very specialized conditions, spinal surgery can be life-threatening.
Nora: Life-threatening -- Bo?
Bo: You see, Matthew, this is the stuff that we have to know.
Matthew: It's not going to happen to me.
Greg: It's a big decision, one that you need to make together as a family. Look, Matthew, it's very likely that you'll come through this surgery with more sensation and movement in your legs than you have now.
Matthew: I want that more than anything.
Greg: Well, me, too. But there can be anomalies in anyone's O.R.
Nora: Anomalies? That's quite a euphemism.
Greg: Ms. Hanen, I don't take my responsibilities lightly. I would never recommend this procedure to anyone if I didn't believe that I could do it successfully. Matthew, I'm told that you like basketball.
Matthew: Yeah, I did.
Greg: Yeah. Be nice to make jump shots again, wouldn't it? I've inundated you enough. If you decide to move forward, please let me know as soon as possible as it can take time to book the team.
Matthew: Look, Mom, Dad, I know you guys freaked out, but -- I mean, being able to walk again or play basketball, it's worth it, right? I mean, I almost have to have this surgery.
Nora: Absolutely, positively not.
Rex: I could not have felt worse after you dumped me, but I never stopped loving you.
Gigi: God. Oh, God. I really thought that was it. I ruined it for us.
Rex: I'm scared. I mean, now I know how easily things can get screwed up. But, you and me, there's nothing like it, is there? So what happens now?
Gigi: I can answer that.
Schuyler: Destiny, you can relax. Your brother's not getting any competition from me.
Destiny: So, what's with the fancy lunch?
Schuyler: Uh, Rachel is taking me out to celebrate my first day on the job. We are not into each other.
Destiny: So, why did you get that funky look on your face when I said it's not cool to go after another guy's girl?
Schuyler: Huh. Well, not that it's any of your business, but I wasn't thinking about Rachel.
Destiny: Oh. Good. I'm glad you're not that kind of guy, because guys like that are jerks.
Gigi: Come upstairs with me.
Rachel: You should probably know I'm not dating anybody else.
Shaun: So we're dating?
Rachel: Well, you did take me to see music, drinks, dim lights. You invited me to a party, sent flowers -- most people would call that dating. Am I wrong?
Shaun: No, the thing is, you've seemed a little --
Rachel: Guarded? Tentative?
Shaun: Not the first, but the second.
Rachel: Okay, um, here's the deal. You know that I work at the treatment center. My career choice isn't a coincidence. I have something very specific to offer people in recovery, because I am one. Yeah, I'm a recovering addict. And I haven't used in a really, really long time. But when I did, it -- it was pretty bad. And it's part of who I am, and that usually makes men decide that I'm high maintenance -- or maybe I just put that on myself, I don't know. Either way, they tend to go screaming into the night.
Shaun: So bottom line is you don't let anybody get too close?
Rachel: People in recovery carry more baggage, so sometimes we walk into things a little more slowly.
Shaun: Hey, I'm in no rush. I dig you. Just F.Y.I. -- one, I don't scream.
Shaun: And two, I don't run through the night. I stroll.
Destiny: Greg! Hey!
Matthew: So, just like that, you're just going to say no?
Nora: Matthew --
Matthew: Without finding any more out?
Nora: Okay, I don't know how to deal with this, I don’t.
Bo: Dr. Evans is a showboat.
Nora: That's it! That's it, that's exactly it. He doesn't care about you, Matthew. He doesn't care about Matthew Buchanan. He just wants to do a flashy procedure.
Matthew: But don't you care what I want?
Nora: Of course I do, sweetie!
Matthew: No, don't you call me "sweetie." Not when you want me to spend the rest of my life in this chair!
Nora: That is not what I want, and you know perfectly well that's not -- dr. Evans is so busy tooting his own horn, he's making light of the dangers that are involved here! They're very real dangers!
Matthew: He said they were possible under certain conditions.
Bo: What conditions, though? He didn't bother to tell us those.
Matthew: And you didn't ask! I mean, you're not even going to think about it?
Nora: Okay! All I could think about is not having you in my life!
Matthew: You could die from anything! I mean, you could die from crossing the street!
Bo: It's not the same thing, Matthew. This surgery is not essential, but it could end your life. Now, we have some real important decisions to make here and part of being your parents is to make sure that we're looking out for you and that -- do you understand that, right?
Matthew: How is keeping me in this freaking chair looking out for me? You talk about losing my life? Well, my life stopped the night I got in the car with Cole, and I want it back now!
Cole: Starr and I made this decision together. We both feel like it's the best thing if we wait to get married. And we're not doing this for you, Todd, or anyone else. It's -- it's the right thing for us and for Hope.
Marty: Well, you know I'd support you in whatever you decided, but I guess I am a little relieved.
Starr: Well, it still doesn't change how Cole and I feel about each other. We're together, and we're staying together and we're going to raise Hope together. And when we feel like it's the right time to get married, we will. End of story.
Cole: Hey, so, when does community service start?
John: We have to talk about that.
Cole: Okay, when?
John: We can do it now. You want your mom and Starr to come with us?
Starr: Actually, I think that Hope is going to wake up soon, so I'm going to stay here, but you will let me know if anything happens, right?
Téa: Don't do it, Todd.
Todd: Don't do what?
Téa: The little victory dance you want to do so badly. Wait till the room clears, at least.
Starr: Are you sure you're okay with all this?
Cole: Well, I was a little freaked out. I mean, this day has turned out way different than I thought it was going to. But, you know, you're right, you know? Waiting makes the most sense.
Starr: I'm so crazy about you.
Cole: And I love you. You deserve the wedding of your dreams -- not some thrown-together thing for the wrong reasons.
Starr: Well, you deserve that, too.
Cole: I guess so.
Starr: I know it. Hey, guess what I get to tell our daughter tonight. You are going to be home to kiss her good night tonight and the night after that and the night after that!
Cole: I don't have to go to prison.
Cole: I really don't know what we would do without John, you know?
Starr: How did he get the judge to change his mind? He's not even a cop anymore!
Langston: I'm sorry -- I have to interrupt, but I want a hug from both of you. Oh, Cole! I'm so happy that this isn't goodbye! And, Starr, I don't know what to say! I'm so happy for both of you! You guys are so lucky to have each other back for good.
Gigi: It's been a while.
Gigi: Are you sure you want to? I mean, because if this is too much, too soon, I'll completely --
Rex: Morasco, are you kidding me?
Nora: Matthew, if I could, I would wipe away the day of the accident, but I can’t. And I definitely can't imagine my life without you in it.
Matthew: So you're just not even going to think about the surgery? It's just "no"? You agree with her, don't you? I should spend the rest of my life in this stupid chair?
Bo: That's not what your mother's saying. Neither one of us want that.
Matthew: Why is it what you want? It's all about you, isn't it? I'm the one in this chair! I'm the one who needs an elevator to get upstairs, who can't take himself to the bathroom, who gets made fun of at school. That's my life right now. Is that what you want for me? Is it?
Destiny: Greg, tell Rachel what you said about Matthew.
Rachel: What about my brother?
Greg: Well, I just came from seeing your mother and Mr. Buchanan.
Greg: I'm prepared to do the surgery. I told them that I'm very confident that Matthew will walk again.
Rachel: Are you sure?
Matthew: Well, I wouldn't say it if I didn't think so.
Rachel: Oh, my God. That -- that's incredible. You're absolutely sure my brother will walk again?
Greg: Well, no procedure is 100%, but --
Rachel: I don't want my brother to have any false hopes.
Greg: No, he doesn’t. I made it very clear to him. Rachel, I can help Matthew. He's young, in good health, his spinal cord isn't severed. He's the perfect candidate for this, but the decision is theirs.
Destiny: What's to decide? You're going to fix him.
Shaun: Des, you heard the man. He can't guarantee that.
Rachel: No guarantees. Okay, wow, um, I just -- I really hope that Matthew understands that.
Greg: Oh, he does, and so do his parents. Look, Rachel, I wouldn't even attempt this if I wasn't confident that I could pull this off.
Rachel: "Pull it off"? I'm sorry, is this a stunt in a magic show?
Greg: No, excuse me. Look, we doctors use shorthand sometimes.
Rachel: What are my mom and Bo saying about this?
Greg: Well, they're talking about it right now. But if I were them and I had a nationally recognized expert who could give me good odds that my son would walk again, I'd give me a yes.
Destiny: See? I told you things would work out.
[Cell phone rings]
Téa: Hey, Shaun. Oh, I'm fine. I just -- I need a lift, actually. I'm at Dorian’s. Um -- well, the wedding never happened.
Blair: I'm so proud of you.
Blair: Well, because you made a very tough decision and for the right reasons. I know it probably would have been easier just to go on and get married, but you didn't because you thought it through, and that was very mature of you.
Todd: Yeah, I hate to admit it, but I agree with your mom about that.
Starr: Well, I hate to admit it, but I didn't really appreciate your shout-out when I announced that we weren't getting married anymore.
Todd: Yeah, I know. I couldn't help it.
Starr: Sure, Dad. Oh, I just can't believe that he's not going to prison. I'm so excited.
Starr: How did John exchange a prison sentence for community service?
Blair: I don't know, sweetheart. I didn't get a chance to talk to him about it.
Starr: Well, all I know is that he's awesome.
Blair: Yes, John is awesome.
Todd: Yes, he's so awesome.
Cole: Someone had to sign off on this, right? I mean, either the judge or -- or maybe was it Mr. Buchanan?
Man: Welcome back, Lieutenant.
John: Thanks, Artie. Good seeing you again.
Marty: Hey, wait -- you're back on the police force again?
John: As of today.
Cole: You cut a deal for me by taking your old job back?
John: Come on in. I'll explain what I can.
Gigi: We just fit, don't we? We always have. The past three months, that wasn't us.
Rex: Not one thing that happened during that time was about us, Geege -- not one thing.
Greg: I'm sure your family would like to hear you weigh in on this, but like I said --
Rachel: If you were a betting man, you would bet on yourself. This is my brother we're talking about. I don't think betting on his health is an option.
Destiny: Rachel, it's not like that. My brother's the best doctor, like, ever.
Rachel: I hope you're right.
Shaun: I'll walk you to your car.
Destiny: She'll come around.
Greg: And speaking of brothers, is he really dating her?
Destiny: Hope so.
Bo: Son, this is emotional for all of us, but I don't want you to think for a second that your mom and I don't want what's best for you.
Matthew: You're talking as if you're one person. Mom said no -- don't you have your own opinion?
Bo: Honestly, I don't know enough right now to make a decision, but we're going to look into this. But if there's a risk -- any -- that we would lose you, then I agree with your mom.
Matthew: What I want counts, too! Don't you get that? I would rather be dead than spend the rest of my life in this chair! Don't you understand that?
Téa: I wish you, Cole, and the baby the very best, always.
Starr: Thank you.
Téa: Oh -- have a lovely evening. It should be a real blast.
Starr: Well, I want to check on Hope, but I have to eat first. I'm starving.
Blair: Well, your dad promised the boys a bucket of chicken if they sat through the ceremony.
Todd: Oh, wait a minute --
Blair: You want to join us?
Todd: But there was no ceremony, so maybe they've changed their minds.
Blair: It's a bucket of chicken, Todd! Good Lord! Can't you follow through with one promise? Come on, sweetheart.
Starr: He's ridiculous.
Blair: You bet. Loser.
Langston: I can't believe you, Dorian! You promised! You said you had everything under control, and Markko's parents are supposed to be here, like, now!
Dorian: No fake fingernails, subtle makeup, and practically my own hair.
Langston: Huh -- they're here!
Dorian: Darling, our first guests are arriving.
Langston: Okay, and what if it's the Riveras? We're totally screwed!
Dorian: No worries!
Langston: Here, no, no, no, no. Okay, don't open the door. We'll -- we'll just pretend we're not here, that you got your dates mixed up.
Dorian: I'm going to do nothing of the kind.
Langston: Oh -- no one's coming. Markko's parents are going to think you got them here with a lie!
Dorian: That's untrue.
Langston: And what are we going to say when they ask where your other guests are?
Dorian: We'll improvise!
Langston: Oh, God!
Dorian: Oh! Mr. and Mrs. Rivera.
Dorian: Please, do come in.
John: Technically, Cole will be doing community service.
Marty: Thank you. "Technically" -- what does that mean?
John: Let's just say he won't be picking up trash at the side of the road.
Cole: Okay, so what am I doing?
John: This went down fast, and I couldn't get ahold of you.
Marty: No, I -- I had to turn my phone off for the wedding. What did you want to say?
John: There's some risk with what we're doing, but I want you to know I'm here to protect Cole. You have my word.
Marty: Protect him from what?
John: Cole will be serving the community -- undercover. Let me explain.
Gigi: You know what sounds good? A glass of wine.
Rex: It sounds great.
[Cell phone rings]
Gigi: Is that yours or mine?
Gigi: Okay, I'll be right back.
Schuyler: Rex, it's Schuyler Joplin.
Rex: Hey, Schuyler. Um -- were you trying to reach Gigi?
Schuyler: No, you.
Rex: What about?
Schuyler: I -- I need to see you.
Rex: Look, Schuyler, I know what you did for Gigi and me and I'm very grateful, but now's not really a good time. Maybe we can --
Schuyler: Yeah, well, when would be a good time for you to explain why you haven't told Gigi you slept with her sister?
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