Wednesday Y&R Transcript 6/18/03

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 6/18/0
3--Canada; Thursday 6/19/03

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feels terrible.

Liz: Is she leaving?

John: She's downstairs waiting for a cab. She wanted me to tell you, jill, that she's very sorry for her part in all of this.

Liz: As well she should be.

John: Jill.

Jill: What?

John: You okay?

Jill: I mean, first you tell me that I was adopted. So I go looking for my birth mother, and that's normal. People do that. It's not weird. And then the search agency finds my birth certificate, and there's a woman's name on it, and the agency calls her, and she says yes, she wants to meet me, and then we get along really good, and she's a hoot and a half, and she needs me. So I start thinking about all the things I want to do with her... and we have this--this bond, and it's on a gut level, and it feels so good, and now I find out it's all a lie, all of it, just a big lie.

Liz: Not all.

Jill: My god, it's just like somebody changed the channel right in the middle of the movie. It feels like I am stei ing off a cliff, and I'm falling, and there's no ground underneath me.

Liz: Oh, jill, you just learned that katherine chancellor is your real biological mother. Now that is probably your worst nightmare.

Jill: Thas s not it. What, do you two think I'm buying that? No, I'm not, not one bit of-- oh, god. Charlotte ramsey may be a fraud, but katherine chancellor is not my mother, okay? Not ever. Not for one moment in hell.

Esther: Okay, here we go. Oh, mrs. C., You look so pretty. Everything's gonna be perfect for the wedding. I will make sure of that. Not one thing for you to worry about. You just relax and enjoy yourself and the guests and... oh, mac's here. I'll be right back.

Mac: I wanted a few moments, grandma, just you and me. You look so beautiful. How I wish...

Mac: The doctors say they don't know if you can hear or if you can understand what's happening. I believe you can hear, and even if you can't, you know what this day means to me.

Mac: I feel so blessed, grandma-- being married in your home, to be here with the three people who mean the most to me in the entire world-- my dad, the man I'm gonna marry and you, my anandma, the greatest lady I know. I am so lucky that you are my grandmother.

Mac: I wish I could be sure that you could hear me, so I could be sure that you know what you mean to me. You know, someday, billy and i are gonna have kids of our own, and if I have a daughter, I am naming her katherine after you because you are everything I would want my dahthter to be, and you could be sure that she will know all about what an incredible woman her great-grandmother is. I owe you everything, grandma. This wedding today wouldn't be happening if it weren't for you. Nothing in my life would be the same if it weren't for you. I love you so much.

Mac: I need to get into my gown. It's almost that time.

Isabella: Come in. It's a treat to see someone who doesn't hate me.

Diane: I just wanted to check in, make sure you're holding up all right.

Isabella: Oh, it's been a laugh a minute around here.

Diane: More trouble?

Isabella: Well, christine stopped by, and then mary paid me a visit. Barged in here without even knocking.

Diane: What did she want?

Isabella: To tell me I'm a bitch for dragging out the divorce.

Dia: Oh, like it's any of her business.

Isabella: Yeah, well, she's furious that ricky's still in california. She even threatened me if I didn't bring him back immediately. I mean, that woman is crazed.

Diane: Well, if you ask me, your son's better off away from all this ugliness.

Isabella: Well, that's what I told the old biddy. You know, she made me sound like I was a horrible mother. You know, if she only realized how much I miss my little boy.

Diane: I know. Have you given any thought to backing down on your plans to confront paul in court?

Isabella: Just give him his damn divorce? Yes. You know, as much as it kills me to roll over and play dead, I just might have to. I might have to concede that christine has won. Can you believe it? Christine may have won.

Michael: Do we have a meeting?

Chris: Are you her lawyer?

Michael: What?

Chris: Isabella, the divorce, are you representing her?

Michael: Why would you think that?

Chris: Is that a yes or no?

Michael: Um, hey, what's with all the attitude?

Chris: She was so smug and so overconfident. I know she's talking to someone.

Michael: Don't look at me.

Chris: Why wouldn't I? You show up at her apartment, you take her side.

Michael: I did not.

Chris: What the hell would you call it?

Michael: I barely got two words in.

Chris: You were ready to take her word over mine...

Michael: No, no...

Chris: That I was dangerous, that I was attacking her.

Michael: No, no.

Chris: Michael, I know what I heard, and I know what I saw. Are you gonna tell me that I'm imagining things? Do you reall have that much gall? B#r>σσ|;

Esther: I think that mr. Worthington said 15, but let's ask his assistant. She's out by the pool.

Larry: Okay.

Lauren: I'm at a wedding. No, I can't talk to him now. All right, please, just tell him I will call him tomorrow. All right, thanks. Bye.

Lauren: I just checked your granddaughter. Mackenzie is glowing. She's gonna make the most beautiful bride.

Lauren: Everything's so beautiful, katherine. I'm so glad that billy and mac decided to have the wedding here so you could be part of it. It wouldn't be the same without you. You're so special to those kids, so special to all of us.

Jack: Oh, thank you, sir. So how's the father of the bride holding up?

Brock: Oh, me? I'm fine.

Jack: Yeah, nervous?

Brock: Maybe just a little.

Jack: Rumor has it you're walking your daughter down the aisle today.

Brockwell, jack, I told mac that she has my blessing.

Jack: Good for you.

Brock: Still, there's a part of me that worries that she and billy are rushing into this, but it's my daughter's wedding day. You know, I just wanted to be part of it.

Jack: I admire that. Oh, excuse me. My wife just walked in.

Brock: Sure, jack.

Mary: Lynne, oh, thanks heavens you're here. I don't know what I would have done. Ohh.

Lynne: Mrs. Williams, what is it? Are you ill?

Mary: No, I just-- I just need a friend, that's all.

Lynne: Well, can I get you a glass of water?

Mary: Just let me sit here and catch my breath first.

Lynne: Oh, my-- you are obviously not yourself.

Mary: No, I'm not. I'm not myself. I'm angry, I'm upset, my insides are twisted in a knot. I just-- I had to stop at the church on my way over here to say a prayer.

Lynne: A prayer?

Mary: Yes, I prayed to god to help me keep my sanity. I-I feel like I'm at the end of my rope, lynne. I just--I just feel like everything is so hopeless.

Lynne: There's only one person that could do this to you. What has isabella done now?

Diane: I know it's tough to throw in the towel, but if you're really concerned about your safety--

Isabella: No, I no longer believe paul would actually harm me.

Diane: Are you sure? Because after the conversation I overheard--

Isabella: As angry as he is, I don't think paul has it in him to physically hurt a woman. The truth is, I'm more worried about christine. She's the dangerous one if you ask me.

Michael: Help me out here because I don't know where this is coming from.

Chris: You still haven't answered me.

Michael: I'm not isabella's attorney.

Chris: Why don't I believe you?

Michael: Wouldn't you say I've more than proven that I'm an honest man these days?

Chris: So then who is her lawyer?

Michael: I don't know. You know, that's not my concern right now. My concern is all the hostility I walked in on between you two.

Chris: That was coming from her. All this nonsense about being terrified when she's standing there baiting me, looking for a reaction.

Michael: Well, judging from the scream I heard--

Chris: Michael, it was garbage. I wasn't anywhere near her.

Paul: So what's going on in here?

Chris: Paul...

Paul: Look, you wanted to see me, here I am, unless you're too busy haranguing chris. (Female announcer)folks here appreciate things

Brad: Phyllis.

Phyllis: Mm-hmm.

Brad: Lauren fenmore, how are you?

Lauren: Well, hello, brad. How are you? (Cell phone rings)

Lauren: Oh, excuse me.

Brad: Sure. (Ring)

Lauren: How embarrassing.

Brad: You're popular.

Lauren: Yeah. Hello?

Brad: Hi, reverend. How are you?

Reverend parks: How are you?

Brad: Good to see you.

Reverend parks: Good to see you, sir.

Jack: Hi. Well, I'm adad you could make it, bradski.

Brad: You kidding, jack? Wouldn't miss it. My brother-in-law joining the ranks of us old married guys, my daughter's first time as a maid of honor-- I don't think so.

Jack: So where's my sister?

Brad: As a matter of fact, she's packing. Olivia finally convinced her to head out of town for some r & R.

Jack: Excellent. She needs to relax, if only for that baby.

Brad: I know, I know. As much as I'm gonna miss her, I'm glad she's getting away. If she were here, jabot would just be driving her crazy.

Jack: She doesn't need to worry. We are in very good hands.

Brad: You don't have tsesell me on damon pter.

Jack: Believe me, this guy is gonna come through for us big time.

Esther: Hi. You know, everything looks wonderful out here, but could we get a few more flowers in the entryway?

Woman: Sure.

Esther: Okay, thanks.

Woman: Sure.

Esther: Okay, the flowers--

Mamie: Esther.

Esther: Oh, hi, mamie. When did you get here?

Mamie: A little while ago. I can't seem to find john. Have you seen him?

Esther: He's not here.

Mamie: Oh, dear. You mean, he's not coming?

Esther: I'm really not sure.

Mamie: Oh, I know he was having difficulty accepting this wedding. I was just hoping he would come around. This is such a special day for billy.

Esther: Well, there's still time. Maybe he'll show up.

Mamie: I hope so.

Brittany: Okay, mac... that should do it. What do you think?

Mac: Oh, brittany, I love it. It's perfect.

Brittany: I'll touch it up again before we go downstairs.

Mac: Oh, thank you so much for all your help. I'd never be able to get ready by myself, not with the way my hands are shaking.

Brittany: Oh, you're gonna be fine, mac.

Mac: Everyone keeps saying that.

Brittany: Becau I it's true. You've worked so hard putting everything together. All you have to do now is just relax and enjoy your wedding day.

Mac: My wedding day...

Brittany: What's this

Mac: Oh, it's from J.T. He sent it over earlier. He wrote the sweetest card.

Brittany: Can I read it?

Mac: Yeah, sure. Go ahead.

Brittany: "Dear, mac, wanted you to know you're in my thoughts. Have a happy life. You deserve it. Best wishes today and always. J.T."

Mac: Told you it was sweet.

Brittany: And so unlike him.

Mac: I know.

Colleen: Hey, guys.

Mac: Wow, colleen, you look absolutely beautiful.

Colleen: Oh, thank you.

Brittany: Yeah, mac'sigight. That is a really pretty color on you.

Colleen: Well, if you think I look good, that is nothing compared to how mac is gonna look. I cannot wait to see billy's expression on his face when he sees you in your dress.

Brittany: Speaking of which...

Brittany: Are you rea to get dressed? (Knock on door)

Billy: Come in.

Raul: Hey.

Billy: Hey. What's going on downstairs?

Raul: Looks like most of your guests have arrived.

Billy: Any sign of my parents yet?

Raul: No. I told larry to give us a holler if they get here.

Billy: They're not coming.

Raul: Hey, you don't know that, all right? They could surprise you.

Billy: Sure, right.

Raul: Hey, look, you know what, man? It doesn't matter. It doesn't matter if your folks show up today. You want to know why? Today's about two people and two people only, you and mac.

Billy: I know that. It's just-- it's my wedding day, one of the most important days in my life. You'd think my parents would want to be here.

Jill: Most people don't know what it is to really hate someone. I mean, to have an enemy who's been a thorn in your side for decades, whose sole purpose in life seems to be making you as miserable as she possibly can.

John: Now, jill, katherinis a woman with lots of friends, and she has done a lot of good work in her life.

Jill: She hasn't done beans. She is an evil spirit who was put on this earth to torment me, to test the limits of my patience and my charity.

Liz: Please, katherine isn't an evil spirit. I mean, oil and water don't mix, but oil isn't bad and neither is water.

Jill: Oh, my god. Do you have to be so damn reasonable?! I hate her, okay?! I-- I don't want her to be my third cousin by marriage twice removed, much less my mother!

John: There is nothing you can do about it.

Jill: Well, that's how much you know. You've got the rantings of some old alkie who can't get past breakfast without taking a slug off her flask. You, you went snooping around, and you found nothing but some petty suspicions, some minor inconsistencies. No proof. Only katherine can...

Jill: Oh, my god. (Laughs) oh! It's too delicious. Well, don't you see? This stroke that she's supposedly having? It is not real. Do you get it? She is evil, and she's trying to drive me--

Liz: You ut your mouth, girl! I will not have you talk about katherine that way. She is your mother! I will not tolerate it.

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Michael: I'm not haranguing her, paul. Christine and I are simply having a difference of opinion.

Chris: You asked paul to come over here?

Michael: Yes. I have to talk to both of you.

Paul: I really think that everything that needed to be said was said that night at the apartment.

Michael: This is not about our interdynamics.

Chris: No, I agree. There's too much tension here. The three of us should not...

Michael: No, christine, please, do not walk out of here.

Paul: Oh, shut up, baldwin! Stop telling her whatoto do.

Michael: There it is, your very famous and loud williams temper.

Chris: You don't exactly bring out the best in him.

Michael: I'm not the only one, am I, the only one you're willing to get violent with at the drop of a hat?

Paul: And what is that supposed to mean?

Chris: I'm sure he's talking about isabella. The woman's so deluded, she even thinks I'm violent.

Michael: Can you blame her, christine? Can you? You've shoved your way into her apartment twice. The first time, you assaulted her physically, and today with threats.

Chris: That is absurd.

Michael: Oh, did you or did you not go over to isabella's apartment and say to her that she could become, and I quote, "an object of ridicule"? That lawsuits and scandals and all sorts of embarrassments could be heaped upon her family, all because she doesn't want to go througthe agony of a divorce, huh?

Chris: Those weren't threats. They were potential realities.

Michael: And you just decided to go over to the woman's apartment and give her some free legal advice, is that it?

Paul: Oh, hold on here. What does any of this have to do with you? Oh, please, don't tell me you're her lawyer.

Chris: I already asked him. He claims he's not.

Michael: I'm putting you on notice. Your mother, too, paul.

Paul: My mother?

Michael: Harassing isabella, it stops now. She's filed for three restraining orders. You will be served by the end of the day.

Mary: That evil, evil woman. She's refusing to bring my grandson back to genoa city. She claims it's not safe.

Lynne: Why would she think that?

Mary: She told me that she's afraid.

Lynne: Oh, god, of what?

Mary: Christine. Can you believe that? She said christine was trying to choke her.

Lynne: You know, know, it's hard to believe. I certainly don't blame her.

Mary: Apparently, it's true. Paul said that christine was pushed right to the edge.

Lynne: Mrs. Williams, you sound like you're getting pretty close to being there yourself.

Mar c can you blame me?Isabella's gonna contest the divorce. She's gonna drag it out in the courts for lord knows how long.

Lynne: While ricky's in california-- I should have known she'd pull something like this.

Mary: If she had her way, she'd keep that child away from me forever.

Lynne: What does paul have to say about all this?

Mary: At the moment, nothing. He says he's too angry to talk about it. So I said I wanted to speak to christine, and he insisted I stay away from her.

Lynne: It's a good idea. It's a good idea, coconsidering the state you're in.

Mary: What am I gonna do? What am I gonna do? I can't just sit by and do nothing. I-I can't eat... I can't sleep... my nerves are shot, and I-- I can't believe the thoughts I'm having. Dear, sweet jesus, what's happening to me?

Diane: So what did happen when christine stopped by?

Isabella: Among other things, she said paul could sue me for fraud and get an annulment because I tricked him into marriage.

Diane: An annulment? But then you wouldn't get a settlement.

Isabella: Wl, that's the idea, but it's not going to fly. I mean, I may have stretched the truth a little, but, I mean, who hasn't? Paul married me of his own free will. I didn't put a gun to his head.

Diane: But in a court of law, anything can happen. I can attest to that from personal experience.

Isabella: I know. I know, and so I'm hesitant to take it to the mats.

Diane: Because you're afraid, with christine on paul's side--

Isabella: She's a very clever attorney... with a major ax to grind. I mean, she thinks I wrecked their marriage.

Diane: So how is christine acting towards you?

Isabella: What, you mean did she try to strangle me this time? No. I mean, but she came really close. If michael hadn't have shown up, I don't know what would have happened.

Diane: You poor thing. You've really had a rough day.

Isabella: You know, I might be overreacting, diane, but there was this look in christine's eyes, and you hear about it all the time, when normal people just snap, and they go berserk, and they do unspeakable things...

Diane: Oh, come on. Just don't get carried away.

Isabella: Oh, that's easy for you to say. You're not the one everyone hates. I mean, that feels very threatening, let me tell you.

Diane: I...

Isabella: Go ahead, scoff if you want, diane. I don't feel safe in my own house anymore. Lf.

Jill: Mama, you hit me.

Liz: Honey, you need to stop thinking about yourself. This isn't all about you.

Jill: Oh, mama...

Liz: Oh, jill, I know it's been a shock to you. It's been a shock to all of us, and, yes, I do feel for you, but katherine has paid a heavy price for this. She is in a wheelchair, and she may never speak again, and it certainly didn't have anything to do with getting back at you.

Jill: I know. I know. I'm sorry. I just got carried away. I am just so desperately trying to find an answer that makes sense to me, because what you're saying-- I can't accept that. It's not the truth.

John: Jill, could I say something?

Jill: Yeah.

John: I want you to think about this. Charlotte ramsey, she had it made with you-- someone to take care of her, all the money in the world, travel, nice home, security, the luxuries she never thought she'd have. Now she did not give that up because she decided she didn't want it anymore. She realized that billy and mackenzie are cousins, and out of concern for them, she confessed. Now it seems to me that's a hell of a good reason to believe her. You've got to accept this, especially now, when there's so much at stake for our son and mackenzie. Now katherine was and is your mother.

Lauren: It's tough seeing her like this.

Brock: It breaks my heart, lauren. I pray that she comes out of it soon.

Lauren: I'm just glad she's out of the hospital, and she's here, you know?

Brock: Yeah.

Lauren: At least that's something to be grateful for, right?

Brock: Mm-hmm.

Esther: Here we go.

Phyllis: (Laughing) exactly. (Laughs) of course.

Lauren: Hi, you guys.

Phyllis: Hey, how are you? You look great.

Lauren: Thank you.

Phyllis: He's crazy. (Laughs)

Lauren: (Laughs) really?

Phyllis: Yes.

Lauren: Oh, I can't wait.

Phyllis: Do you have sowhere to go?

Jack: No, I'm thinking maybe I should call my dad.

Phyllis: Jack, you think he's gonna forget that his son's getting married?

Jack: No, I think he's just being stubborn.

Phyllis: Jack.

Jack: Hey, I know he doesn't condone this marriage, but I also know my dad. Years from now, he is gonna regret that he wasn't part of this.

Phyllis: Listen, I don't think you should cl l him. You're just gonna stir things up.

Jack: Well, I'm thinking that's exactly what I should be doing. You kn what? I'm gonna call him right now.

Phyllis: Oh, come on, jack.

Jack: I'll be right back.

Phyllis: Jack.

Mac: A garter?

Brittany: Yeah. I thought you might want to wear it during the ceremony. It's blue, andt't's new since I just bought it, and I will probably want it back afterwards, so it's borrowed.

Colleen: And it's traditional, so it's old, too, kind of.

Brittany: Yeah. Old, new, borrowed, blue-- all in one shot. Not bad, huh?

Mac: Thank you, brittany. This really means a lot. (Knock on door)

Mac: Come in.

Esther: Hi. I thought I'd let you girls know it's almost time.

Mac: Oh, thank you, esther. We'll be down in a few minutes.

Esther: Okay.

Colleen: Thanks.

Brittany: Well, this is it. Are you ready?

Mac: As I'll ever be.

Colleen: I'll get the dress.

Brittany: I'll get the shoes.

Raul: Hey, man, let me help you with this.

Billy: Thanksbuddy.

Raul: You know, you don't look half bad when you're cleaned up. (Laughs)

Billy: Easy there. Don't go overboard on the compliments.

Raul: Trust me, I won'T. Your head's big enough as it is already. The.E. All set.

Billy: Cool.

Raul: Hey, bro, you know, we could, uh, we could always push the wedding back a little bit. You know, just like an hour or so. I'm sure everybody gonna understand.

Billy: Why would I do that?

Raul: Give your mom and dad some more time to get here.

Billy: I'm not gonna inconvenience our guests to accommodate my parents. Anyway, what's the point? They're not gonna show.

Raul: What if sometng happened?

Billy: Nothing happened, raul. They just don't want to be here, and I just have to accept it. It's so frustrating. Mac's grandma has been supportive from day one, her dad came around. Why can't my parents accept that I'm old enough to make my own decisions and marrying mac is what I want to do?

Raul: Hey, hey, come on, don't get all worked up right now.

Billy: Yeah, you're right. It's not worth it, right? Got the rings?

Raul: Yeah, right here.

Billy: I feel like I'm forgetting something.

Raul: Hey, would you quit worrying? Everything's taken care of. All we have to do now is get you and mac hitched.

Fact, I think we should get downstairs, huh? There. All right, you feel like doing this?

Billy: Do I ever.

Raul: Then what are we standing around here for, huh? Let's get you married.

Mary: Oh, what's wrong with me, lynne? My heart is beating a mile a minute. I feel like I'm ready to jump out of my skin.

Lynne: You're having an anxiety attack. Let me get you a pill or something to help you calm down.

Mary: Okay. No, no, no, wait. No, no, I don't want to take any pills.

Lynne: Are you sure?

Mary: I've never, never felt this way before.

Lynne: You've been under a lot of stress.

Mary: Uh-huh. I know. Well, uh, I'm going me. I just-- I feel so strange. I just have to go home.

Lynne: Are you gonna be all right?

Mary: Yes, I'll-- yes, I'll be fine. I just need to calm down somehow.

Lynne: Well, I can come with you.

Mary: No, no, no, I can take care of myself.Lynne: Okay.

Paul: Restraining orders? You are so full of it, baldwin.

Chris: Who filethem for her, you?

Michael: I am not isabella's divorce attorney.

Chris: Answer me, michael.

Michael: I did file on isabella's behalf, and no, before you ask, I didn't enjoy it. It's not fun.

Paul: Oh, that's a relief.

Michael: I wish you people would simmer down and start acting like reasonable human beings.

Chris: If this is about her being frightened--

Paul: You know, it's all a bunch of B.S.!

Michael: Nobody cares what you think. The judge has ordered that you stay away from the woman. That means no surprise visits, no phone calls, nothing.

Paul: For your information, there were no surprise visits. Isabella called me and demanded I come over, something to do about ricky, supposedly.

Michael: Then hang up next time. Just leave her alone. That goes for you, chris, your mom, all three.

Paul: Leave my mother out of it!

Chris: You're dragging her into this!

Michael: Mary williams has not exactly been a paragon of self-control these days.

Chris: Michael--

Paul: What kind of--

Michael: No, do not argue with me! This has got to stop. No more threats. No more intimidations. No more attacks of any kind. You are dealing with a woman on the edge here, and if we are very careful, and if we stay away from her, this all might be settled in a reasonable fashion.

Michael: All right. I have a meeting now. Think about it.

Paul: You okay?

Chris: No, I am not okay.

Paul: Chris--

Chris: I can't believe that woman, paul. I can't believe it. Fabricating a story about being in danger? You should have heard her the way she was taunting me. She was trying to get me to lose it.

Paul: It's gonna be okay. It's gonna be fine.

Chris: It will not be all right. It's not going to be okay, not as long as that bitch is around. I gotta get out of here.

Paul: Oh, damn you, isabella. Damn you, isabella! (Gong rings)

Diane: Isabella, you can't let these people walk all over you. You can't live in fear.

Isabella: No, I know. I know. That's why I took your advice, and I had michael file for a restraining order.

Diane: Against paul?

Isabella: And mary and christine.

Diane: Oh! Well... good for you. That's taking the bull by the horns.

Isabella: Well, it was your idea. You know, I know I've said this before, but I don't know what I would have done without your friendship anand support.

Diane: Well, it's me you're talking to... and I know what it's like to, uh, to feel like the whole world's against you.

Isabella: I just want this whole mess to be over with. I mean, I can't wait for the day when I can bring my little boy back home and enjoy life again.

Diane: It'll happen, and in the meantime, don't let them get you down.

Isabella: Yea

Diane: Hey, um, I've got to run, but, uh... you hang in there, okay? I mean, everything's going to work out. You'll see. Okay?

Isabella: Okay.

Liz: I agree with john. Charlotte's story rings true.

Jill: Yeah, but there's a chance that it isn'T.

Liz: We can't count on that. We've still got to stop this wedding, and there isn't much time.

Jill: My god, I have always known there was something wrong with that relationship.

Liz: Now, jill--

Jill: No, I mean it.

Always there was just something unhealthy about the two of them being together. I've known it from the very beg--

Liz: Listen to yourself.

John: Youhihink maybe there's a reason?

Liz: You know we're right.

Jill: No. No.

Liz: You know it's true.

Jill: No. No. No! You're playing mind games with me. You have given me no proof! You've--words, that's all. It's all words. (Knock on door)

John: Just a moment.

John: Please come in. Thank you for coming.

Jill: Who the hell is that?

Liz: Jill, I had john call the hospalal. This technician is going to take some of your blood.

Jill: Why?

Liz: For a dna test.

Jill: Oh, mama.

Liz: You said you wanted proof.

John: And you're going to have it.

Jill: No. I'm not going to do this.

Liz: Jill, if this is what it takes to get you to understand that we're not joking around here, then let's get on with it!

John: Now, jill, there is a wedding about to start across town, and by god, we are going to stop it.

Phyllis: Did you get ahold of your father?

Jack: He's not at home. I tried him on his cell. He's obviously turned that off. I'm wondering if I should stall things here.

Phyllis: Oh, jack, please don't do that, okay? Just let it go. You tried to get ahold of your father. He obviously doesn't want to be here. You have to respect that.

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Liz: You've got to get over to the wedding and stop it.

Jill: Stop the car. Can't do this.

John: Jill, this has to be done.

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