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Colleen: Hey. I didn't know it was you.
Billy: What are you listening to? Sorry.
Colleen: I'm into the bubble gum stuff. What are you into?
Billy: You actually smiled.
Colleen: I guess I've been a real downer lately.
Billy: Yeah, well you have a lot going on.
Colleen: Tell me about it.
Billy: If you want to, you can hang out with me and the rest of the Glow by Jabot gang today.
Colleen: We'll see.
Billy: Did you get my message last night?
Colleen: About the movie? Yeah.
Billy: Not interested?
Colleen: I went to Brad and Ashley's last night for dinner.
Billy: How was it?
Colleen: Fun. I got to hold Abby for a minute.
Billy: Yeah, she's a pretty cute kid.
Colleen: Billy, can I ask you something?
Colleen: How well do you know Brad?
Billy: Well, I mostly know him through Ashley, but he seems like a pretty cool guy. It must be weird, huh? Being around him.
Colleen: It was at first. Like you said he's cool. It's not his fault we haven't spent much time together.
Billy: You're not mad at him?
Colleen: Why should I be? It's my mom's idea. She doesn't want me to be confused about who my real dad is.
Billy: So you haven't been around Brad much.
Colleen: Even though he's my real father.
Keith: Now I realize it was spur of the moment, and you got to your doctor's appointment on time.
Tricia: But you're concerned. I guess it's more difficult than I thought it was.
Keith: What is, sweetheart?
Tricia: Adjusting. I just wanted to apologize to Nick and Sharon.
Keith: You understand now that wasn't right.
Tricia: They don't trust me. I don't blame them. Not after everything I've done.
Keith: We have to take responsibility for our actions, hon.
Tricia: I'm trying. You believe me, don't you, Dad?
Keith: I do, sweetheart. Listen, I have to run over to the office. I'll be back soon, okay?
Tricia: Yeah, Dad thanks. Thanks for nothing. Almost as bad as there's got to be a way to get him out of here.
Tricia: Boston, Massachusetts. Do you have a listing for a Megan Dennison?
Victor: Come in!
Sharon: You're sure you know why I wanted to see you.
Victor: Talk about Tricia McNeil.
Sharon: The more I think about it, the more I realize how wrong it was for her to stop by the coffee house, not to mention giving Noah a piece of candy.
Victor: I've already contacted the lab.
Victor: They're sending a message as we speak.
Sharon: How long before we get the results?
Victor: Couple of days.
Sharon: You don't think she's cured either, do you? You don't trust her?
Victor: Tricia McNeil is a dangerous lady. We better keep an eye on her, a very close eye.
Sharon: You talk about keeping an eye on Tricia, but as long as she's running around doing whatever the hell she wants --
Keith: Victor, oh, I hope I'm not interrupting.
Victor: Hello, Keith. Please come in.
Keith: Thank you. I assume you have the date.
Victor: I have indeed.
Keith: Crimson Lights was an innocent mistake and it won't happen again.
Victor: Keith, you know that visit to the coffee house was utterly inappropriate.
Keith: Certainly. I spoke to Tricia. She's very sorry. Let's not make too much of this visit.
Sharon: Are you saying that my husband and I are overreacting?
Keith: She simply offered your boy a piece of candy.
Sharon: Which is totally unacceptable. You don't give anything to a child you that you don't know.
Keith: As I said. It was a mistake. Can we please drop it?
Malcolm: Boo. Good morning, Pretty in Pink.
Alex: Good morning.
Malcolm: Breakfast is now served.
Alex: Ah. No Eggs Benedict.
Malcolm: Baby, please. My fridge is all the way empty.
Alex: You didn't know you had a houseguest?
Malcolm: Woman, please. You are so much more than a houseguest and you know that. Mwa! [Purring] [Laughing] You know something, I was reading the paper earlier.
Alex: Huh? What's going on in the world?
Malcolm: You heard teenage pregnancy is down?
Alex: That's good news.
Malcolm: What I don't get is, I think about these young kids messing around with each other, not using protection.
Alex: Maybe they're learning.
Malcolm: I hope so because it's crazy out there.
Alex: I know because we're all so young and foolish. It's a miracle we survive.
Malcolm: Ain't that the truth. Not without some scars.
Alex: They never completely heal.
Malcolm: You believe that?
Alex: Not anymore. Something happened that I thought would never come true and it did after all. Thank you, Malcolm.
Malcolm: You're welcome, but what's the big deal? It was just a prom.
Alex: No, it wasn't. It was my prom. No one else's. It's a night I will never forget.
Paul: All right. This could be the day.
Isabella: We don't know that. What if you don't find anything?
Paul: I told you only positive talk.
Isabella: I'm trying.
Paul: It's difficult. It just makes sense your husband is going to have another set of books somewhere.
Isabella: Even if you're right, James could have had them destroyed.
Paul: It's worth investigating.
Isabella: I don't know, Paul what if you don't find any evidence, then what?
Paul: Where you are concerned he's going to continue to threaten you.
Isabella: More than anything I just want this to be over with so we can get on with our lives together.
Billy: Hey, Raul!
Raul: Sorry. I can come back later, man.
Billy: No, no. It's cool. We were just talking.
Raul: What was that about?
Billy: It's kind of hard for her being here.
Raul: When is she going back to New York?
Billy: Her parents are having problems. She's going to be here for a while, while they figure things out. Then there's Brad.
Raul: What about him?
Billy: He's her real dad.
Raul: He's married -- he was married to your sister Tracy.
Billy: She barely knows the guy, now she's seeing him all the time.
Raul: That's a lot for a kid to handle.
Billy: I wish things could be better.
Raul: Anyway I can help?
Billy: She's thinking about spending the day with us.
Raul: I don't know, man. All the stuff that's going down with Brittany and J.T.?
Billy: What you're saying is it's too much trouble?
Raul: No, I don't want to make things worse.
Billy: Her parents are in New York and she's here. It's cool. But they had better get it worked out or they'll have to deal with me.
Colleen: No bother. Thanks for the invite. I don't want your friends to know what's going on in my family.
Billy: It won't be like that.
Raul: We just want you to chill.
Billy: Nothing wrong with giving them a heads-up, right? So what do you say?
Colleen: I'll think about it.
Raul: The girl is in a bad mood.
Paul: You know, we really shouldn't talk about this right now.
Isabella: Are you upset?
Paul: No, of course not. We're just getting ahead ourselves. Wish me luck.
Isabella: Paul! If you don't find any evidence linking James to the money laundering, can we just forget about the case and move on?
Paul: You know, Isabella, as tempting as that may sound, I don't want to do anything that's going to put you at risk. Believe me, I know how frustrating it is. I'm not going to take that chance.
Isabella: Last night I told you how lucky I was because I know how I feel about you, but maybe I was wrong. I'm so grateful for everything that you've done for me. But you're a married man and if you're getting cold feet --
Paul: Look, let me just put our professional relationship on hold for a minute.
Isabella: I wish you hadn't done that.
Isabella: It just reminds me of how desperately I want this to be over with. You could just promise me that --
Paul: Shh. I have a good feeling about today. You've got it. Back on the job. Be patient.
Victor: You do agree.
Keith: Maybe Tricia and your son haven't been introduced, but it's not as though they're totally strangers.
Sharon: Are you trying to say we shouldn't be concerned?
Keith: Can't you cut Tricia just a little slack? She won't recuperate if you and your husband are out to get her.
Sharon: We're not out to get her.
Victor: Thank you for coming by. We appreciate you kept up your end of the bargain.
Keith: Though itís within your power to derail my daughter's recovery.
Victor: As long as she's making progress, there will be no trouble.
Keith: Yes, certainly. And thank you for being the voice of reason.
Sharon: Don't tell me you've all of a sudden decided to trust that woman.
Hi, I'm from Clinical Analysis Labs. I'm supposed to pick up a piece of candy for analysis.
Billy: Well things were cool when we thought Colleen might join us, then we screwed up big-time.
Ashley: What happened?
Billy: We thought we were alone so we started to talk about how we would get through to her and it turns out she heard most of our conversation.
Ashley: Oh, no. She wasn't too thrilled about it.
Billy: She got all weird, shut down.
Brad: She has a lot on her plate.
Billy: It's frustrating. We just want her to have fun.
Ashley: At the very least she knows you guys care.
Billy: Next time we'll be more careful. Well, if Colleen changes her mind we'll be at the pool house.
Ashley: Thanks, you guys.
Colleen: You're back.
Brad: Hi. We just wanted to tell you what a great time we had last night.
Colleen: It was fun.
Ashley: I'm glad you enjoyed yourself.
Colleen: Where's Abby?
Brad: She's with the nanny.
Ashley: But you can go on over and visit any time you want. You're always welcome.
Colleen: Actually, I've been doing a lot of thinking and if it's okay with you I was wondering if I could stay at your place for a while.
Michael: That was fast.
Isabella: Don't worry. The bodyguard seems to have a doctor's appointment.
Michael: At least you called ahead. I was able to send Chantal on an errand.
Isabella: So we can talk.
Michael: I can't imagine why you're here.
Isabella: Surely you have some idea.
Michael: You normally pop by when things are going wrong. Actually, I heard from a reliable source.
Michael: Mary Williams, Paul's mom.
Isabella: I didn't realize you two were --
Michael: Friends? We're not. She can't stand me. I just happened to overhear her singing your praises to Gina last night.
Isabella: What did she say?
Michael: Oh, she said you were beautiful, charming, and of course she detests Christine, which is why I couldn't resist giving her a piece of my mind.
Michael: Nothing to worry about.
Isabella: It didn't get out of hand, did it?
Michael: I wouldn't say that.
Isabella: What happened?
Michael: Well I may have pressed a few of her buttons, which is probably why she slapped me.
Isabella: What? Michael, what have you done?
Alex: How did you know last night was exactly what I needed?
Malcolm: What, read your mind?
Alex: Well, it goes a lot deeper. Things I thought I had buried forever.
Malcolm: Alex, I could tell you were hurting and I just wanted to change all that.
Alex: Well, Malcolm, you did.
Malcolm: Baby, you are so beautiful. You do know that, don't you?
Alex: Well when I see it in your eyes I do.
Malcolm: Well then I guess you're just going to have to keep me around a little while longer, aren't you?
Alex: You mean that?
Malcolm: Of course I do.
Alex: I think it's time for the two of us to take our relationship to the next level. I want us to live together. I want to move in with you, Malcolm.
Tricia: Hi, Meg, it's me.
Tricia: Hope you don't mind my calling. Long time, huh?
Megan: So how have you been?
Tricia: I'm fine. Boston is such a neat town. I was hoping I'd hear from you.
Megan: I think you know why I haven't been in touch.
Tricia: I really miss you.
Megan: I was thinking about you and Dad a lot. I guess especially lately.
Tricia: Really? Why is that?
Megan: I've been taking some college courses and I have enough credits to graduate.
Tricia: Congratulations. When is the ceremony?
Tricia: I'm sure it will be wonderful, Meg. I'm so proud of you. And Dad will be thrilled.
Megan: You two are talking?
Tricia: Actually, I'm living at home again.
Megan: Oh, so things with Ryan --
Tricia: You know, a lot has been going on but I better not get into it over the phone.
Megan: Then why are you calling me, Tricia?
Tricia: It's Dad. He's been down lately and I'm worried about him. He's not here right now. He should be back soon, but I don't know. If you could just find it in your heart to give him a call, I know it would lift his spirits. I know you have issues with Dad and me, but if it makes a difference, we're both really sorry. We'd be willing to do anything to make things right with you. So the ball is in your court. If you do call, don't tell him I suggested it, okay?
Megan: Why not?
Tricia: It would mean more to him that way. I miss you.
Megan: I miss you too, Tricia.
Victor: The situation with Tricia McNeil is very complicated.
Sharon: No, it's not. The woman is dangerous.
Victor: And that's why we need to keep tabs on her.
Sharon: By giving in to her father's demands.
Victor: Have you known me to cave in to anyone? I have control of the situation. Okay? [Phone rings] Yes. Good. Thank you.
Sharon: If you're in control why don't you just make him see his daughter is committed?
Victor: We can't do that.
Sharon: Why not?
Victor: Because Keith Dennison is a doting and protective father, too. Try to convince him his daughter would be a danger to anyone would be counterproductive, all right? Let's just say we need Keith Dennison. At the moment we can't afford to alienate him.
Brad: You want to come stay with us, Colleen?
Colleen: You're really nice. Everybody has been really sweet.
Ashley: You're not really happy.
Colleen: The whole Glow by Jabot thing and Billy and his friends around, I just feel like everyone knows. I just feel really weird.
Brad: It's just that your mom made it really clear she's more comfortable with you staying here.
Colleen: I don't know what the big deal is.
Ashley: How about we call your mom right now and we ask her.
Ashley: Yeah. Give her a ring right now.
Tricia: That was quick.
Keith: There was someone I had to see.
Tricia: Everything is taken care of?
Keith: Yeah, I thought it was.
Tricia: Dad, you're still not upset with what happened yesterday.
Keith: No, no. I had something else on my mind.
Tricia: Well it sounds important.
Keith: I thought cooler heads would prevail. Apparently, I was wrong.
Tricia: What does that mean?
Keith: Nothing for you to worry about.
Tricia: Dad, if it's about me -- .
Keith: I just had a little revelation about someone, someone I thought I could trust.
Tricia: I'm -- can you grab that?
Keith: Hello. Megan. How wonderful hear your voice, hon. Boy, you have been on my mind lately. How are you?
Isabella: I can't believe it. Paul's mother slapped you.
Michael: Oh, I've been dealt worse blows.
Isabella: What did you do? That is not the Mary I know. She's a great person.
Michael: Baloney. Mary Williams is a righteous old windbag and I'm sick of her holier-than-thou attitude.
Isabella: What did you say? You didn't let anything slip out about us?
Michael: About our partnership? Why would I do that?
Isabella: Maybe because you're not as motivated to keep quiet than I am.
Michael: That's true. It's hard to remain focused with Chris gone so long, but it's still in my best interest to keep our friendship secret. Tell me. What brings you by?
Isabella: Paul and I are growing closer.
Isabella: We're at a point where something significant can happen in our relationship.
Michael: Hmm. Then what's the problem?
Isabella: -- He hasnít allowed things to go any further like I planned.
Michael: So we have to go along just like his mother. Where do things stand with this case?
Isabella: James has a cabin outside of Green Bay. Paul is on his way there now to find evidence.
Michael: Connecting him with the money laundering.
Isabella: He's very confident.
Michael: And you're not.
Isabella: I asked Paul if he came up empty-handed if we could still move on.
Michael: And he didn't give you the answer you want.
Isabella: No, he didn't. So, Michael, the man with everything under control, tell me how am I going to get Paul to move on with me?
Tracy: Colleen wants to come and stay with you and Brad?
Ashley: Yeah. We were surprised, too.
Tracy: Ashley, things are far from settled with Steve.
Ashley: Yeah, but you are making progress, aren't you?
Tracy: That's not the point.
Ashley: You don't want Brad and Colleen to spend too much time together.
Tracy: Especially not with things up in the air here.
Ashley: You can see how wonderful Brad is. Heís completely there for Colleen but it's on her terms.
Tracy: You're obviously more close to the situation than I am.
Ashley: The only reason I'm calling is because it's what Colleen wants. So maybe for her sake you'll consider her letting her stay with us?
Keith: You, too hon. I love you.
Tricia: Who was on the phone?
Keith: Your sister.
Keith: Yes. I was totally stunned, too.
Tricia: How did she sound?
Keith: Terrific. She's still in Boston. She's been going to college all this time. Guess what? Next week she gets her degree.
Tricia: You know, Dad, I doubt it was just a coincidence Meg calling when she did.
Keith: What do you mean, honey?
Tricia: Well you just said she's graduating next week.
Tricia: Even if she didn't come out and say it, I'm sure she would love it to have family there.
Keith: You know, you're right. A trip might be just the thing.
Malcolm: You want to move in together?
Alex: Don't you? [Laughing]
Malcolm: Oh, baby. Mm, mm, mm! Yes, yes. I can't think of anything greater.
Alex: Don't worry. I'll split rent.
Malcolm: There's going to be none of that. Who is going to do the cooking?
Alex: Well you have to buy groceries.
Malcolm: Come here, you. Alex, Alex, this is so incredible. Oh, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.
Alex: Second thoughts?
Malcolm: No, no. Wait a minute, Alex. If we were to do this, I donít want to hurt my chances getting visitation with Nate. Oh, man.
Alex: You're right. We can't risk giving Olivia any more ammunition.
Malcolm: See, that is the problem. I've had it up to here with Olivia. This whole thing would have been a done deal if she had kept her word, not pushed this hearing.
Alex: I realize you're upset. You haven't been able to see your son in months.
Malcolm: Alex, Alex. This case is all I think about. Wondering what else Olivia might try to pull. It's on my mind 24/7. Except for last night. You know, I didn't think about Olivia once. Don't you see how good you are for me? Alex, we belong together. Olivia, she's trying to wreck that, too.
Alex: No, we can still see each other.
Malcolm: Come on, baby. It won't be the same.
Alex: No, we can make this thing work. Malcolm, I'm not going anywhere. I think I'm falling in love with you.
Malcolm: Oh. Oh, baby. Do you know that I have dreamt of the day you would say those words to me in -- me? Oh.
Malcolm: I know I don't have to tell you how I feel, honey.
Alex: Your girl still wants to hear it.
Malcolm: Okay. Well here goes. Alex Perez, I love you, too.
Colleen: Did you talk to my mom?
Ashley: Sure did. I just got off the phone.
Brad: What did Tracy say?
Ashley: We're going to give it a trial run?
Colleen: If everything goes well.
Ashley: We're just going to take it day by day, okay?
Colleen: Thank you so much, Aunt Ashley. This means a lot to me. I'm going to go pack.
Ashley: Okay. What's wrong with you?
Brad: I was just thinking about your dad.
Ashley: Well, he'll understand.
Brad: Not sure I do.
Ashley: What do you mean?
Brad: I'm just so surprised you got Tracy to go along with this.
Ashley: I told her how fabulous you were. I told her you have been there for Colleen but not coming on too strong. I told her this is what Colleen wants.
Brad: She does, huh? It's pretty incredible.
Ashley: Yeah. I'm happy we're in a position where we can help her.
Brad: A lot of support, she's going through a rough time.
Ashley: She's come to the right place.
Brad: She sure has.
Brad: You know something Mrs. Carleton? You're one incredible woman. I love you.
Michael: So you want to move ahead with Paul, but you have a little problem in that you have been lying to him for months.
Isabella: Don't remind me. Do you know what it's like to build your relationship on a lie?
Michael: You're not having second thoughts, are you? You're not going to come clean to the man you love?
Isabella: We both have a lot at stake, Michael.
Michael: Then we understand each other.
Isabella: Perfectly. That doesn't solve my problem.
Michael: So you can ride off into the sunset with Christine's husband?
Isabella: You know, I'm getting really impatient.
Michael: I can see that. But our little drama was planned to a certainty. It has to play itself out.
Isabella: Sooner rather than later.
Michael: Yeah. I'll see what I can do but my hand is tied.
Michael: Meaning Paul could be digging around for evidence and that could put your husband behind bars for a long, long time. You don't have a problem with that?
Isabella:. No after what James did, all the lies he told me. There's no jail term long enough.
Michael: Well, we'll just have to wish Paul luck. If he can find a legitimate way to keep James behind bars for a long time eliminating the so-called danger he represents, our charade is no longer necessary and you and Sherlock Holmes can live happily ever after.
Paul: Pay dirt. James, you are history.
Paul: Oh, my God.
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