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Dear Nicholas, I've spent the past couple of days alone with four walls and only my thoughts. I've run back my life like a movie, and tried to just watch. To look at it, and see if I can understand how I've ended up here. I decided I have to face the truth, unblinking, no matter how difficult that is. Now I'm writing to you, because I couldn't keep this to myself anymore.
Michael: Take the next left. The G.P.S. says the Twin Lanes bowling alley is about... three miles down that road.
Nick: Not that we're gonna find Noah and Eden there.
Michael: At least it's a place to start. Even though the manager said that, you know, he hadn't seen them.
Nick: They probably used the bowling alley as the drop-off point. You know, there's a bunch of warehouses around here. Maybe they're at a party in one of them or something.
Michael: Eden's grounded until she's eligible for Medicare.
Nick: Well, we're gonna have to find 'em first, aren't we?
Michael: What the hell were those two thinking?
Nick: They were probably thinking that their parents are gullible and that rules are optional. I still can't believe you and Phyllis didn't check out their story first.
Michael: Eden described this bowl-a-thon, at length, in great detail. It sounded like a legitimate school function.
Nick: After what those kids pulled in Paris--
Michael: There's the left!
Phyllis: Okay, thank you very much.
Phyllis: Yeah, call us if you hear anything. Okay, that was the Quinns. They know nothing about a party. Their daughter is home studying.
Lauren: Great. All right, well, let's just-- let's go to the Randolph’s.
Phyllis: Oh, that's pointless--pointless. How many people have we called, Lauren? There's no party.
Lauren: Probably right. They just wanted to be alone, huh?
Phyllis: Listen, I-I'm an idiot. I'm an idiot. If all people, I know what teenagers are capable of.
Lauren: Yeah, well, you and me both, Honey.
Phyllis: I'm so stupid. I should've called the principal.
Lauren: You wanted to believe them. I get that.
Phyllis: Yeah, but... I only checked with Michael. Big deal. I mean, they fed him the same story they fed me.
Lauren: All right, let's-- let's keep trying their friends.
Phyllis: Okay. All right.
Lauren: All right?
Phyllis: If nothing else-- if nothing else, they're supposed to call me for a ride home. Let's hope they do.
Noah: The ice is great. It's nice and smooth.
Eden: Hey, Noah? Come back here. I can't see you. Noah?
Eden: What was that?!
Noah: Stay where you are, okay? The--the ice is cracking. Don't--don't come out here. (Cracking)
Eden: Noah! Noah!
Noah: Eden, stay where-- get off the ice! Stay back!
Eden: Noah! I can't just stay here! Noah!
Noah: Go get help, okay? Go!
Eden: Okay, there was a farmhouse on the way up here.
Noah: Get help! Go! Go!
Eden: Okay! Just hold on! I'm getting help, all right?
Colleen: Thank you.
Colleen: Hey! Hey, Ashley.
Ashley: Colleen, how are you?
Colleen: Really glad we're heading into the weekend.
Ashley: I know what you mean.
Colleen: Abby, love the dress.
Abby: Oh, thank you. Mayfair in London.
Colleen: Oh, it's so tragic that you have to shop domestically now, right?
Abby: Oh, don't worry about it. I can still order emergency couture online.
Ashley: Oh, right, with whose credit card?
Ashley: So where's Brad?
Colleen: Uh, he left a message saying he'd be late.
Ashley: Oh, would you ask him to call me after dinner? I have some business I need to discuss with him.
Colleen: Well, why don't you stay and join us?
Ashley: Oh, thanks, but I don't wanna intrude. It's a father-daughter night, right?
Colleen: Oh, no. Dad would be fine. It's fine.
Abby: Yeah, stay.
Ashley: Okay. Maybe I will. At least until your dad gets here. I will keep you girls out of trouble.
Jack: No, my wife's up at the cabin right now. Yeah, I'm concerned about her. This could be a real killer storm.
Brad: Damn it. (Chimes)
Noah: Help! Somebody help! Please!
Ashley: Thank you very much.
Jack: What are you gorgeous women doing out on the town all alone?
Colleen: Waiting for the guest of honor to show up.
Jack: Well, wait no longer, here I am.
Ashley: Ha ha, very funny. We're waiting for Brad. But you can keep his seat warm until he gets here.
Jack: Well, what a lovely, generous offer. I can just feel the love.
Ashley: Maybe you could help me out. I was just about to ask Colleen if she wants another chance at working at Jabot. Do you?
Jack: Wow, it would be great to get the Fresh Face campaign up before the spring comes.
Ashley: Are you still interested?
Abby: What are you guys talking about?
Ashley: Fresh Face of Jabot. It's one of our biggest ad campaigns of the year. We find a new face that nobody's seen before.
Jack: And billboards all over the country, front of the book ads in every major fashion magazine.
Colleen: I thought I'd just gotten lost in the shuffle, with the takeover and all the company politics.
Jack: I still say you've got the best face for the job, even if it was Cane's idea. Of course, this is Ashley’s decision. I'm merely--
Ashley: Yeah, it's my decision. And I want you. I mean, I think it's a great investment, even in this rotten economy. That is, if it works for you?
Abby: So, hold on. Colleen's gonna be like a major celebrity/model in ads all over the country?
Ashley: Yeah. I mean, if she wants it.
Colleen: I don't know. I mean, waitressing is so much fun. I wouldn't know if I wanna give it up. I-I would love this. Thank you. Thank you so much.
Abby: That's awesome. It's like the coolest thing ever.
Ashley: Yeah, it is. So we'll find a way to work around your classes, okay? Set up a shooting schedule.
Jack: Great, then. It's done.
(Cell phone ringing)
Abby: Hello? Oh, hey. Um, I haven't talked to Noah since school. No, there was no party. Yeah, if I talk to him, I'll tell him to call you.
Jack: Whoa, whoa, wait, is that Nick?
Abby: Phyllis. Uncle Jack wants to talk to you.
Jack: Hey, what's going on?
Phyllis: Hey, uh, Noah and Eden have snuck off somewhere. We're trying to track them down.
Jack: Can I help in any way?
Phyllis: Do you know, um, where in Twin Lakes they-- they might be?
Phyllis: Yeah. You know, I could wring their necks.
Jack: I don't blame you. Okay, keep me posted?
Phyllis: Yeah, I will. Thanks.
Michael: We met a man who said he saw two kids walking into the woods down a trail off the public parking lot on Route 5.
Lauren: Are you kidding? In this cold?
Phyllis: What? What?
Michael: Yeah, and now it's starting to snow.
Lauren: Oh, my God. They think they saw kids go off into the woods.
Michael: Anything on your end?
Lauren: Uh, no, nothing. We have called parents and schoolmates and Noah and Eden’s cell phones about 50 times, and still nothing.
Michael: Uh, okay. We're gonna check out that parking lot. See if there are any trails that we can drive down. If not, I guess we're on foot.
Lauren: Okay. All right, and if we hear from them, we'll call you and give you an exact location.
Michael: Thank you.
Lauren: Honey, hang in. I love you.
Michael: I love you, too.
Lauren: (Sighs) Oh! When I find that girl!
Phyllis: Yeah, when you find that girl and Noah, they're getting matching cells with padlocks.
Lauren: And it just started to snow.
Phyllis: I don't even remember if they had boots or gloves or...
Lauren: Oh, jeez.
Phyllis: They should've called by now, Lauren.
Lauren: Do you think they're lost?
Phyllis: At night, in the woods? I wouldn't doubt it.
Lauren: But Eden doesn't know this area. She's never experienced this kind of cold. She has no idea what she's doing.
Phyllis: Okay, you know what? No, it's fine, though. Noah's been camping. He--he knows the woods. He knows this area. He gets it, okay? He's taking care of both of them, I'm sure. You know what? It's fine. Really, everything's gonna be fine.
Man: It's the biggest blizzard of the season, and it's moving in quickly. We're looking at 3 feet accumulation before we're done. Now the highway patrol has issued a severe weather advisory. So please, unless it's an absolute emergency, stay off the roads.
Michael: Do those kids even think to check the weather forecast?
Nick: It's just two kids, sneaking off to be together.
Michael: It's all hormones, no thinking.
Nick: This is what drives me crazy. I've been here before.
Michael: Hey, they're just probably making out somewhere, having the time of their lives. Not even thinking about what they're putting us through.
Nick: Yeah. Yeah, probably.
Brad: Hello? Hello?
Noah: Here! Here!
Brad: Keep talking! I'm following your voice. Keep talking!
Noah: Help! Help! Please!
Brad: That's good. All right, I'm coming.
Noah: I'm over here.
Noah: Over here.
Brad: Again. Stay with me, keep talking.
Brad: Okay, I got you. I got you. I'm coming. Hang in there. Stay with me. Stay with me now.
Noah: I-I fell. I fell through the ice.
Brad: All right, hang on. Hang on. I'm coming.
Brad: Stay with me now. Stay with me.
Noah: So cold.
Brad: Keep talking. Keep talking.
Noah: I'm here.
Brad: Come on now. Stay with me. I know you're in trouble and I'm coming.
Brad: Hang on, I got you. I got you. I'm coming.
Brad: Hang on.
Brad: It'll be okay. I'm coming. You're gonna be okay. Hang in there.
Colleen: How late is late, Dad? Abby and I are at the club. Ashley is here, too, and we're starving. So if you don't come soon, we're gonna order all your favorites and eat them without you. So hurry up. Bye.
Abby: I think Dad's standing us up because I didn't move in with him.
Colleen: Oh, he wouldn't do that.
Abby: You didn't see the look on his face when I told him I wanted to stay at the ranch. It's like I stabbed him or something.
Ashley: Come on now, it wasn't that bad. I talked to him after, and he was okay.
Abby: He was mad.
Ashley: Well, not with you.
Abby: Then with who?
Jack: Yeah, with who?
Ashley: Your dad's gonna be here very soon, I'm sure. He wants to spend as much time with you as he possibly can.
Abby: Me, too. I really love him.
Ashley: I know.
Colleen: Don't worry. He'll get it. He had a little trouble when I lived with Uncle Jack.
Abby: Why'd you move out?
Colleen: Dad can be a little overprotective.
Jack: So what does that make me, a pushover?
Abby: Dad needs a hobby.
Colleen: Why don't we sign up and do kickboxing with him?
Colleen: Well, they're starting classes here. And he said he always wanted to try. And we could do it all together. That way, every week he would know that he's seeing us.
Abby: Okay. In theory, I'm there. But I cannot see me kickboxing.
Colleen: Okay, well, let's find something else we would all like then. Deal?
Ashley: I think it's a great idea.
Abby: We should go pick out a class and surprise him at dinner.
Colleen: Okay. Perfect. Excuse us.
Ashley: Absolutely. Have fun.
Jack: So Abby told Brad she would rather live with Victor? I'll be that went over well.
Ashley: There's been a little tension. I'm doing my best to keep things contained.
Jack: Uh-huh. How's that coming?
Ashley: It'll take some time, Jack.
Jack: There's not enough time in the world. There's no way Brad will ever agree to Victor raising his child. I don't blame him.
Ashley: Of course. You're always gonna take Brad's side, I know.
Jack: Wait, if you had any sense at all, you'd bring her home and avoid both of those clowns altogether. But yeah, if I had a vote, I would say that Brad's the lesser of two evils in being a father.
Ashley: Well, it's not an election. And it's not up to you. But thanks for the pep talk.
Jack: I'm just being honest.
Ashley: As you see it.
Jack: Wait, you know Victor and you know Brad. Do you honestly see either one of them backing down?
Ashley: Jack, please. They both love their daughter. And if they keep her best interests at heart, it'll all work out. Okay?
I look at Noah and I'm shocked when I realize he's almost as old as you and I were when we met. He's a baby. We were babies, Nick. We went from being kids, high school sweethearts, to being a family of four in a blink. But for all that we skipped, I never felt like I missed out on anything. We felt so complete. The day we brought Noah home...
Nick: This is your nursery, Noah. The decorations are courtesy of your beautiful, talented, sexy mother.
Sharon: You know, there were times when I wondered if this day would ever come.
Nick: Our prayers were answered, Sharon.
Sharon: They were, weren't they? The miracle we asked for...
Nick: Is laying right in my arms.
Sharon: (Thinking) You never gave up. That's the beauty of being young, I guess. You're sure you can beat anything. So... sometimes you do.
Sharon: It's just... after everything we've been through, Cassie's finally our little girl.
And then we were four. That picture Cassie drew of us will always be my greatest treasure. We had everything, Nick. I cherished those moments. I hope you knew. Because I loved the life we shared.
Phyllis: Noah, please, please call me, Noah, the minute you get this. Please. Did I sound like the wrath of God?
Lauren: Only a little.
Phyllis: Well, I don't wanna scare him into not calling me. I should've gone inside.
Phyllis: I should've gone inside that bowling alley just to see if there was a party.
Lauren: Okay, you know what? Let's just focus on getting these kids back, okay?
Phyllis: You think this is my fault, don't you?
Lauren: I never said a word.
Phyllis: Yeah, those kids are out in a blizzard and this is my fault. Go ahead and say it. That's what you think.
Lauren: Are you trying to pick a fight, Phyllis?
Phyllis: What if something happened to Noah and Eden? What if something happened?
Lauren: Okay, we're not even gonna think about that, all right?
Phyllis: Nick is thinking about that, believe me. No matter what he says, no matter what he does, all he's thinking about is Cassie right now.
Lauren: We can't go there.
Phyllis: Nick has. This is just like Cassie. She lied to him about going out, he didn't check out her story. He will never forgive himself for that. And if something happens to Noah, I'm the one who let it happen.
Nick: All right. So this is it. Route 5 is right up there.
Michael: Well, the guy said the trail into the woods was at the far end of the parking lot. Keep going a little further.
Nick: All right.
(Cell phone ringing)
Nick: Oh! Noah? Yeah, this is he. Who's calling? Okay, uh, we're on our way. Thank you. They found Noah and Eden.
Michael: What's wrong? What?
Jack: Oh, I keep forgetting to tell you, I went to the prison to offer Gloria a deal.
Ashley: What kind of deal?
Jack: She sells us her controlling shares in Jabot, we drop the civil suit.
Ashley: Well, I'm so glad that you and I discussed this and came up with a strategy before you popped off on your own.
Jack: Surely you agree with the terms. You want her gone, right?
Ashley: Of course I do. It's not what you did, Jack. It's how you did it.
Jack: Oh, boy, that again. That's what Sharon said to me before she served me with divorce papers.
Ashley: Well, you did lie to her. You kept secrets from her.
Jack: It wasn't that.
Ashley: How can you say that?
Jack: Look, I messed up. I made mistakes. But Sharon's heart was never truly mine. We were the two left standing when our partners got together. Hardly the foundation for a great marriage.
Ashley: Well, I think there's more to it than that. Sharon really loved you, Jack.
Jack: Not enough.
Ashley: Oh, I know what you're doing. You're trying to find a way so that this isn't your fault. But let me remind you, you two were truly happy, at least for a little while.
Jack: Okay, maybe we were, in a way. But Nick was always there. No, that marriage may not have survived a death of a daughter, but its history... is insurmountable.
Some days I wake up and for a second I think I'm back in our house. And my first thought is, "Time to wake up Cassie and Noah and get them ready for school." Then I remember... it's gone.
Sharon: I'm sorry. I was just thinking about Cassie. Wouldn't it have been amazing to bring her here?
Nick: Yeah, she would've loved it.
Sharon: I wish that we'd taken more family trips together, when we had the chance.
Nick: None of us realized...
Sharon: I know. We don't live our lives thinking that... the ones we love might be torn away from us at any moment. Still, I... I always dreamed that... things just didn't work out that way, did they?
Michael: You two were fast. Who's taking care of Fenmore?
Lauren: He's with Jana.
Phyllis: What did they say on the call?
Nick: I don't know, I just heard "Noah" and "Emergency room." So I came up here.
Michael: Eden, you're all right?
Eden: He fell. I tried to get to him, but he said, "Don't, the ice will break."
Michael: Where the hell were you?
Nick: What happened to my son?
Lauren: Did you get checked out?
Man: He fell through the ice out at Lake Mary. We're treating him for hypothermia.
Phyllis: He's--he's gonna be all right?
Man: He's getting warmed I.V. fluids to bring his core temperature back up to normal. I'm gonna go check his labs, then I'll be back and I'll answer all your questions.
Phyllis: Thank you, Doctor.
Nick: You tell me exactly what happened.
Eden: He was skating and then the ice cracked and he fell through. And I ran to the farmhouse to go call 9-1-1. But when I came back, Noah was lying on top of the ice.
Michael: He pulled himself out?
Eden: Except he wasn't awake, so I don't know how.
Phyllis: Has he been conscious at all?
Eden: Not even a minute. I rode with him in the ambulance and he wouldn't even move. He never even opened his eyes.
Nick: Noah? Son? Daddy's here.
Ashley: Okay, so what did you girls come up with?
Colleen: The only thing we could agree on was indoor tennis.
Abby: Well, we signed up for a weekly court time and lessons for the next three months.
Ashley: Your dad's gonna love that.
Colleen: I cannot believe he's not here.
Jack: Hey, listen, I gotta run. There's been an accident.
Jack: Noah's at Memorial with hypothermia.
Colleen: What happened?
Jack: Phyllis didn't have too many details. He and Eden went skating, the ice broke, he fell. I'm gonna find out and I'll let you know.
Abby: I'm coming, too.
Ashley: No, Honey.
Abby: But it's Noah.
Ashley: I understand that.
Jack: He has a lot of people with him. He's got his family, the Baldwins are there.
Ashley: Is Eden okay?
Jack: Apparently so. Uh, anyway, I'll call you as soon as I know anything, all right?
Colleen: Abby, we'll stay here. It's fine.
Ashley: Call right away, all right? We'll be very anxious to hear something.
Jack: Absolutely. Oh, Sharon! She's up at the cabin without a phone. She doesn't know about any of this.
Sharon: (Thinking) I know our marriage wasn't perfect. We'd argue, take each other for granted from time to time. I'd disappoint you somehow or the other way around, but we'd always get past it. I look back at all of our so-called hurts... and they're nothing-- nothing compared to what we had. Nothing compared to what we were going to lose. When Cassie died, I didn't know how to grieve a loss that big. I wanted so badly to reach out to you, hold you, and cry with you, but... I felt you slipping away, turning in on yourself, and, as hard as I tried, I couldn't stop it. Before that, I thought we could overcome anything. But... nothing prepares you to watch your own child die.
Phyllis: Oh, thank you for watching Summer, Victoria. Thank you very much. No change. He's still unconscious. Well, Nick is doing as good as can be expected.
Man: If we try to warm Noah too fast, it could backfire on us.
Nick: Yeah, the first 24 hours are--are key.
Man: That's right.
Nick: I remember. Did anyone tell you he had his spleen removed a few years ago?
Man: It's in his records.
Nick: They said he might be more prone to infection.
Man: That's why we're running labs twice as often-- make sure we catch any sign of trouble quickly. Now, I need to ask you and your wife to leave so I can examine Noah.
Nick: Okay, we'll be right outside if he wakes up.
Eden: Is Noah okay? Is he awake?
Nick: Not yet.
Lauren: You know, I faxed Sharon, but it didn't go through.
Nick: That's not surprising with the storm. Thank you for trying.
Eden: Mr. Newman, I'm so sorry. We didn't think.
Nick: No, you didn’t. But there weren't a lot of people doing much thinking tonight.
Michael: Nick, let's not do this now.
Nick: Don't tell me what to do.
Michael: I only meant, it's not the most constructive--
Nick: Your sister is standing right here. My son is unconscious in a hospital bed right now, paying for everyone's stupidity. So unless you can promise me that my son's gonna walk out of here, I don't wanna hear a word you have to say.
Ashley: Hi, Victor, it's me. I was hoping you'd be finished with your Bangkok call by now. Um, call me when you are done, because I have some news. Bye.
Colleen: Thank God the EMTs got to Noah before the snow got too heavy, right?
Abby: Well, he'll be okay if he wasn't in the water too long.
Colleen: I hope so.
Abby: I can't believe he and Eden thought that party was real.
Colleen: You knew about this?
Ashley: Did you know?
Abby: Well, not "Knew" like it was actually happening. I mean, a couple of kids were like, "Oh, we should go skating over at Twin Lakes," but no one was serious.
Colleen: Why not?
Abby: With a blizzard on the way? Like it wasn't cold enough already.
Colleen: Huh. It doesn't sounds like a good time to go out.
Abby: Please. There's not enough bonfires and beer in the world to make that a good idea.
Ashley: Well, I'd hope not.
Abby: Don't worry. I'm not gonna define my high school experience based on the amount of loser parties I can go to.
Ashley: But you do understand what made that a bad plan, right?
Abby: Uh, try the whole thing, starting with Eden Gerick. I bet you anything this is all her fault.
Colleen: Uh, Abby, we don't know that, okay?
Abby: I do. Noah doesn't lie. This is just so not him.
Ashley: At least, he hasn't before.
Abby: Trust me, this was Eden's lame adventure. Noah's is just so into her, he'll do anything she says.
Phyllis: Can I get you anything?
Jack: Hey! Any news?
Phyllis: Uh, no. No news yet.
Jack: Has anyone tried to reach Sharon?
Lauren: Yes, but we couldn't get through.
Jack: Okay, I called the park ranger's office that's up there near the cabin. I talked to them earlier about this storm. I called ten minutes ago, all I got was an out-of-service recording.
Michael: Yeah, well, the storm hit hardest up there.
Man: Noah's waking up.
Man: Now he's still groggy and weak, so don't overwhelm him.
Nick: We won't. Jack, you should come, too.
Eden: I have to go in there.
Eden: Noah needs to know I'm here.
Michael: I'm afraid that's the last thing he needs.
Nick: Hey, Buddy.
Jack: Hey, mister.
Nick: You fell in the lake.
Phyllis: When you were skating. Do you remember?
Noah: A-a little.
Nick: Well, you fell through the ice and, uh... then pulled yourself out.
Nick: Well, you must have. Because when Eden showed up with the EMTs, you were laying on the ice. Do you remember that?
Noah: I was so cold. I called for help. Passed out.
Phyllis: You--you passed out in the water?
Nick: Then how'd you get yourself out of the lake?
Noah: Don't know.
(Knock on door)
Sharon: Brad? Hello.
Joe: Joe Tesper from the parks department, Ma'am. Uh, Mr. Abbott called. He was worried about you staying up here in a blizzard.
Sharon: Oh. Oh, well, thank you, but I'll--I'll be fine.
Joe: Well, I can take you to the local bed and breakfast.
Sharon: No, no, I-I have plenty of food and my generator's working fine, so, um, I'm just gonna ride out the storm. But thank you for checking. Bye.
Sharon: (Thinking) Maybe if we could've grieved Cassie together, it would be different. I still can't accept this is where we are. So much has changed. I think I've finally grown up. But even now, there is one constant that defines my life. I'm the girl who fell in love with you. And all these years later, I'm still in love with you, Nicholas. I know this is unfair as hell, but if I don't tell you, I'll regret it for the rest of my days and I'll always wonder... if there's any chance that you and I could be together again. I can't do this. I can't.
Man: His temperature is improving. Noah, we're gonna keep you here for a while. Get used to that I.V. but you're gonna be fine.
Nick: Thank God.
Phyllis: He's gonna be okay.
Jack: Too close, kid. Next time go to a movie. I got enough excitement in my life. I don't need another night like tonight.
Michael: I am bushed. Oh, how is he?
Jack: Uh, he's awake. The doctor says he'll fully recover. Ash! Good news!
Michael: Oh, thank you, God! Thank you, Doctor!
Eden: Okay. All right, let's go in.
Michael: Uh, uh, uh--
Lauren: Honey? Honey? I don't think the doctor will say its okay.
Eden: Okay, I'm not asking a doctor or anyone.
Michael: That's the attitude that put us here in the first place.
Lauren: Uh, Noah is probably just not up for visitors right now.
Eden: I just wanna say good night.
Lauren: Eden? We're going home.
Eden: What if Noah wakes up and he asks for me? What if he thinks that I didn't even come back for him?
Jack: I'll tell you what, I'll tell him that you were here, all right?
Michael: Ha! Thank you, Jack. Thank you. Coats?
Lauren: Yes, got it.
Michael: Let's go.
Phyllis: All right. You know what? Um, I'll go get your clothes at the house.
Nick: No. You need to stay here.
Phyllis: Oh, well, definitely, but aren't you gonna stay overnight?
Nick: I've got to get to Sharon and tell her what happened.
Nick: Yes? I'm right here.
Noah: I'm really sorry. I shouldn't have lied.
Nick: Don't worry about that right now.
Noah: You must be so mad.
Nick: You're okay, and that is all I care about right now.
Ashley: Looks like Noah’s gonna be in the hospital for a while, but it's--it's gonna be okay.
Abby: So Noah's awake for sure?
Ashley: Uncle Jack spoke with him, yes.
Colleen: Okay. Now I can breathe.
Ashley: I know what you mean.
Abby: I'm almost hungry again.
Colleen: Me, too. Look at the time!
Ashley: It's very late.
Colleen: No matter what, Dad should've called by now.
Ashley: Well, maybe he can't get reception on his cell, I mean, with the blizzard.
Colleen: Yeah, but, Ashley, he would've found a land line. This isn't like him.
Ashley: I know it isn't.
Colleen: I'm gonna go check his house.
Abby: Uh, I'll come, too.
Ashley: No, wait, Honey, why don't you stay here with me and we'll wait for your dad. He's probably on his way.
Colleen: Yeah, I'll give you a call, okay?
Ashley: All right, drive safely.
Abby: Um, maybe he texted us? I didn't even think to check for a text.
Ashley: Yeah, Brad, where are you?
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Phyllis: You cannot be serious about wanting to drive up to the cabin.
Nick: I have to tell Sharon what happened.
Colleen: J.T., you've handled missing person cases. Where--where do start looking?
Jack: Where are you going?
Phyllis: I'm going to find my husband.
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