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Another World Transcript Friday 1/28/05

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Amanda: How about these?

Sam: It's fine.

Amanda: You hate them.

Sam: No, I hate this belt. I'm going to try another one.

Amanda: Wait, wait. What about these?

Sam: Great, terrific.

Amanda: Don't humor me, Sam.

Sam: Amanda, what do you want from me?

Amanda: Just a little honesty, please.

Sam: Ok, fine. I think that both the earrings look the same. I also think that you wouldn't be worrying so much about which one to wear if you weren't such a nervous wreck about this party.

Amanda: Maybe I just won't wear any jewelry at all.

Sam: Maybe what you should do is calm down and realize that you don't have anything to worry about.

Amanda: Sam, they're going to introduce me tonight. Everybody is going to know that I'm the one writing the article on Felicia.

Sam: So? That's great.

Amanda: So they're all going to be talking.

Sam: Let them talk, Amanda.

Amanda: I just feel like so much is expected of me, you know -- from daddy, from Iris, from Felicia.

Sam: Amanda, listen to me -- you can do anything that you set your mind to, and I am very proud of you.

Amanda: I'm going to call the babysitter and make sure everything's ok.

Sam: Amanda, you called the babysitter five minutes ago and the baby was just fine. What you're going to do now is you're going to relax.

Amanda: How?

Sam: Like this.

Amanda: You know what?

Sam: What?

Amanda: That actually works.

Sam: Yeah, but to get to the full effect, you have to have a double dosage or two, or three.

[Knock on door]

Amanda: Who's that?

Sam: I don't know.

Amanda: Matt and Josie aren't expected here for another half an hour.

Matt: What?

Amanda: You're early.

Matt: Sorry.

Amanda: Where's Josie?

Matt: Uh --

Amanda: Look at you. You're not even dressed.

Matt: Change of plans.

Amanda: What?

Matt: I will be going to the party late and I will be going alone.

Man: Josie, we have to hit the road.

Josie: It's early yet. And what are you doing here, anyway? I mean, where's Kenny?

Man: Oh, he got held up with some professor. So I'm on your scheduled for 7:00, and I want to make sure everything's set up right.

Josie: I'll be ready in a few minutes.

Man: Are you sure?

Josie: If I say I'll be ready, I'll be ready.

Man: Ok, that's cool. I'll tell you what, I'll just go warm up the car.

Josie: Fine. Fine.

Sharlene: Oh, there you are. I've been looking all over for you, honey.

Josie: Well, here I am.

Sharlene: And you don't look too happy, either.

Josie: I'm ok.

Sharlene: Josie, what's going on?

Josie: I'm going over to the university with Richard. We're going to study.

Sharlene: I wish you'd tell me why you weren't going to the party with Matthew.

Josie: I'm just not going, that's all. You look really good, mama.

Sharlene: Thank you.

Josie: Well, I'd better go change myself. Have a really good time.

Sharlene: I will. I hope you have a good time studying, too.

Josie: Yeah. Yeah, I will.

Jason: That kid is out there with the engine revving up and the radio going full blast. You'd think they were giving away gas.

Sharlene: I want to talk to you, Jason.

Jason: No time. I am busy, Sharlie. It's going to wait.

Sharlene: No, it's not going to wait. I've been looking for you all afternoon. You've been putting me off.

Jason: Sharlie --

Sharlene: Jason, I want to know what that was about last night. How dare you set me up.

Iris: This is the man. His name is Jason Frame.

Guard: Don't worry, ma'am, there's no way that this guy gets in here tonight.

Iris: It's imperative that he doesn’t. Any slip-ups and you'll answer to me.

Guard: You can count on me.

Iris: Good.

[Calliope music plays]

Iris: Thank God you've come. I need you so much.

Mitch: Ok, let's see what else. Oh, right, the grand finale. See what you think of this.

Felicia: Not another one? Honey, you've already given me too much already.

Mitch: Just -- that's the last one.

Felicia: It is? Are you sure? I thought I saw some more.

Mitch: Ok.

Felicia: Oh, all right.

Mitch: Just open it.

Felicia: All right. Well, Mitch. You sent away for one of those little catalogs, didn't you?

Mitch: What do you think?

Felicia: Well, I don't believe it. You picked this out?

Mitch: Why not?

Felicia: Well, I mean, it's not really like you, is it?

Mitch: Well, aren't you going to try it on?

Felicia: Now?

Mitch: Well, yeah. Why not?

Felicia: Well, honey, you could see right through this.

Mitch: Right.

Felicia: Darling, it doesn't even cover my -- it's very short, Mitch.

Mitch: So?

Felicia: Well, I mean, look at it. It has no back. It really practically has no front.

Mitch: Honey, do you not like it?

Felicia: I love it. Really, I do. In fact, I'm going to wear it next week. I think I should lose a little weight first.

Mitch: Why do you have to lose weight?

Felicia: Oh, honey, thank you, but I don't think it'll fit me.

Mitch: One size fits all.

Felicia: Oh. Men. You see, darling, what "all" means is all blond 20-year-olds who have turned-up -- well, everything. I'm 40 years old, Mitch. I'm not supposed to parade around in a thing like this. Unless, of course, you really want me to.

Mitch: I really want you to.

Felicia: Right, well -- I -- I'll be right back. Mitch? Look.

Felicia: It's Noah. What should we do?

Mitch: Do you want to cancel the party?

Felicia: No, we are not canceling the party.

Mitch: We can do it in a minute if it means your safety is a concern.

Felicia: No one has tried to hurt me.

Mitch: No, not yet.

Felicia: But you think they will?

Mitch: I don't know. I just think that there have been a lot of warnings.

Felicia: So Noah sent the man with the scar to try and scare me?

Mitch: I don't know. What do you think?

Felicia: I think it's going to stop. I don't care what he wants. He's not going to do this to me, Mitch.

Mitch: Felicia --

Felicia: My God, he almost destroyed me once. And that was it. That was the end. I fought back, and now I have everything I ever wanted. I'm not going to start hiding from this guy! I deserve to be happy, damn it!

Mitch: Good.

Felicia: What?

Mitch: I agree with you.

Felicia: You do?

Mitch: Yes. Don't hide from anybody, don't run from anybody. Let's go to the party.

Felicia: Oh, honey, thank you. Thank you.

Mitch: Want to try on your birthday present?

Felicia: Oh. I'm 40 years old. You couldn't buy me a briefcase with my initials or a little portable computer? You had to buy me a little black see-through number that won't fit?

Mitch: I'll be right here.

Felicia: Yeah, I'll bet.

Mitch: Happy birthday.

Iris: Please don't pull away, Michael.

Michael: Your note said it was urgent.

Iris: It is.

Michael: I'm listening.

Iris: And it's all your fault, anyway.

Michael: Iris, what are you talking about? You're talking in riddles.

Iris: Well, I wouldn't be in this situation if you'd kept your word.

Michael: Oh. You're incredible. I've never known anyone like you.

Iris: Hmm. I just -- I just hope I haven't made a mistake.

Michael: A mistake?

Iris: Yeah.

Michael: What kind of mistake could you possibly make, huh? Why would you say that?

Iris: Falling in love with you.

Michael: That wouldn't be a mistake. Why do you think it would be?

Iris: I just don't -- I don't respond to having my heart broken.

Michael: Oh, really? Well, I'm not going to break your heart. As a matter of fact, I'm not going to give up until you marry me.

Iris: Do you remember when you asked me to marry you?

Donna: Michael?

>> The role of Donna love Hudson is now being played by Anna Stewart.

Donna: Oh. You are here. The gardener was right.

Michael: Hi.

Iris: Hello, Donna.

Donna: Iris, this is incredible. What a fabulous place to have a party. Don't you think so, Michael?

Michael: Yes, it's fabulous.

Donna: This is going to be a night to remember. I can feel it.

Sharlene: How dare you use me like that.

Jason: Knock it off, Sharlie.

Sharlene: I'm your sister, Jason.

Jason: Yeah, and I would think a sister would be right by her brother's side, fighting with me.

Sharlene: By your side?

Jason: Yeah.

Sharlene: You brought that man in here last night and you expected me to give him a little something on the side like --

Jason: Hey, hey, to be nice to him, to humor him, that is all.

Sharlene: And there are limits, Jason.

Jason: Well, you tell the Cory’s that, you tell Victoria that, because they're fighting me and they got no limits. Now, I'm tired, I'm sick of the whole thing, but if I'm in it, I'm going to fight, and I want you beside me.

Sharlene: The only thing you're fighting for is a fat bank account. That's all it comes down to with you anymore, just money, isn't it?

Jason: I'm going to pretend you didn't say that.

Josie: I won't be late, mama.

Sharlene: Josie.

Josie: What?

Sharlene: What is that?

Josie: What's what?

Sharlene: That thing you're wearing.

Josie: It's great, isn't it?

Sharlene: Take it off.

Josie: It's Mrs. Wheeler’s.

Jason: That's where it came from.

Sharlene: Josie, it doesn't belong to you. Take it off.

Josie: I'm going to give it back to her, but she doesn't need it right now. Besides, I like it. It makes me feel good.

Sharlene: Josie, didn't you learn anything from that mess with the necklace? Take it off!

Josie: Mama --

Jason: What is the problem? She is good enough to wear anything that's owned by Iris Wheeler.

Josie: I'll take really good care of it, I promise.

Jason: Yeah, and if something happens to it, I will settle with Iris.

Sharlene: Jason, stay out of this! This is between Josie and me!

[Car horn]

Josie: That's Richard. I have to go.

Sharlene: Josie, you take it off. Josie! Jos--

Jason: Sharlie, what is with you? You're yelling at everybody!

Sharlene: Just shut up, Jason. Just shut up!

Jason: There you go again!

Sharlene: No, I tell you what, you're going to stop interfering with Josie and me.

Jason: Hey, I got a right to say what I want about what happens in my house!

Sharlene: I will not let you make my daughter feel like you made me feel last night.

Jason: What'd I do?

Sharlene: You made me feel cheap!

Jason: No, you did that to yourself a long time ago.

Amanda: Why isn't Josie going with you to the party?

Matt: It's not going to work out.

Amanda: No, what's wrong?

Sam: Amanda, maybe Matt doesn't want to discuss it.

Amanda: There's got to be a reason.

Matt: There is a reason. I have a swim team practice and I won't be getting to the party until very late.

Amanda: Matt --

Sam: Matthew, would you like a soda or something?

Matt: Sure.

Amanda: Sam, I promised Vicky that she could borrow this purse. Would you mind taking it over to her, please?

Sam: Amanda, it's none of our business.

Amanda: He's my brother, Sam.

Sam: He's also my nephew, Amanda.

Amanda: Sam.

Matt: Actually, I'd better get to that practice.

Amanda: No, don't go, please?

Matt: Why?

Amanda: Look, I know something is wrong between you and Josie. Is there somebody else?

Matt: Things haven't been the same since New Year’s.

Amanda: Why? What happened on New Year’s?

Matt: This is hard to talk about, Amanda.

Amanda: Did you -- uh -- did things change?

Matt: Did we sleep together? No.

Amanda: Well, then why are things different?

Matt: Because things -- things between guys and girls -- it -- it's stupid.

Amanda: You mean about sex?

Matt: Well, guys are supposed to try and try and try, and girls are supposed to say no. That's how it goes, right?

Amanda: Well, not all girls say no.

Matt: And sometimes guys say no.

Amanda: And Josie?

Matt: I'm not sure how she was feeling at the time, actually.

Amanda: Really, Matt, so far all of this sounds perfectly normal.

Matt: Oh, there's more.

Amanda: What?

Matt: There's somebody else.

Amanda: There is?

Matt: Josie saw me kissing her the other day.

Amanda: Oh, poor Josie. Look, that's ok. I mean, that's normal, too. You're not some kind of monster or something because you're attracted to somebody else.

Matt: It's Lisa.

Amanda: Lisa Grady? You were kissing Lisa Grady?

Matt: It was one night last week. A burglar came into her apartment, and I -- she was scared. I came in, I got rid of the guy, and -- well, she was scared! I --

Amanda: When I'm scared, I don't end up kissing a boy that's half my age.

Matt: I'm not half her age!

Amanda: So you came to her rescue.

Matt: She was crying.

Amanda: And you kissed it and made it all better.

Matt: Don't make fun of me, Amanda.

Amanda: I don't believe this.

Matt: What do you don't believe? She's intelligent. She's beautiful! She's a nice person!

Amanda: She was engaged to your brother.

Matt: So?

Amanda: So it's not right.

Matt: Oh, you want me to talk to you while you're being so judgmental?

Amanda: Matthew! Lisa Grady, of all people!

Matt: I like her!

Amanda: You like her?

Matt: I like her, and I said that.

Amanda: Has she been after you?

Matthew: Oh. I'm not going to even dignify that with an answer.

Amanda: Uh-huh. That means she has.

Matt: No, she hasn't! She hasn't been after anybody. She's got too much going for her to do that.

Amanda: Oh, right.

Matt: She's a terrific person, Amanda.

Amanda: And she's all wrong for you.

Matt: How do you know what's right and wrong for me?

Amanda: I know she is.

Matt: And I know how I feel.

Amanda: Are you in love with her?

Matt: It doesn't matter.

Amanda: What do you mean, it doesn't matter?

Matt: It doesn't matter. She's leaving tonight.

Amanda: Leaving?

Matt: Europe.

Amanda: Vacation?

Matt: Job. London. She's -- she told me yesterday she doesn't know when she's coming back.

Amanda: She's leaving Bay City?

Matt: Can you blame her?

Amanda: No. And actually, I think it's going to be the best thing for all of us. Well, that was quick.

Sam: Yeah. Look, Jamie wants us across the hall. He wants to play with his new camera some more.

Amanda: He must have 20 hours of just you, Matt and Alli. Who does he think he is, Andy Warhol?

Sam: Well, let's humor the guy, ok?

Amanda: Ok. Matt, you want to come, too?

Matt: Oh, no, no, I think I'll stay here and finish my drink.

Sam: Feel free, Matt.

Matt: Thanks.

Sam: Come on, Amanda. Come on.

Matt: Hmm, hmm, hmm.

[Phone rings]

Lisa: Hello?

Matt: Hi. Lisa. How you doing?

Lisa: Matt.

Matt: You sound surprised that it's me.

Lisa: Well, I am a little.

Matt: Yeah. Lisa, I know we said goodbye over the phone. Um -- I was wondering if I could come over.

Lisa: I don't think that'd be such a good --

Matt: It would only take a minute.

Lisa: Matt, you should be with Josie.

Matt: Lisa, I just want to talk to you for a minute.

Lisa: Matt, we said goodbye. Let's just leave it at that.

Josie: Richard, this doesn't feel right.

Richard: You're going to be great.

Josie: No, no, I mean being in a men's locker room.

Richard: Relax. I got the whole area sectioned off for the presentation.

Josie: Well, I'm a real downer tonight, aren't I?

Richard: Nah.

Josie: Yes, yes, I am, and I'm sorry. I'm just in a lousy mood.

Richard: Hey, I understand. It'll be cool between you and what's-his-name.

Josie: Matthew.

Richard: Trust me.

Josie: It's not just Matthew, anyway. I'm just having a hard time dealing with everything that's going on at the farm.

Richard: You mean with the marshal coming down there?

Josie: I mean, how would you like it if strangers came into your house and started taking your things away?

Richard: I wouldn’t.

Josie: My mom and my uncle are fighting. It's just like everything bad's happening all at once.

Richard: Mark, what's up?

Mark: Hey, what's going? Richard!

Richard: Mark Royer, I'd like you to meet Miss Sunshine, Josie Watts.

Josie: Hello.

Mark: I told Richard I wasn't going to take this award unless I met Miss Sunshine.

Josie: You did?

Richard: Sure did.

Josie: Well, I mean, you want to accept the award, right? It's a big deal.

Mark: Oh, it's a piece of junk that sits on my dresser collecting dust. But the chance to meet a girl that looks like you? That's a big deal.

[Knock on door]

Sharlene: Cass.

Cass: I have to talk to you.

Sharlene: Nothing you have to say can interest me.

Cass: Please. I'm trying to help you. Sharlene, if you don't listen to me, you could end up being charged with a very serious crime.

Sharlene: What are you talking about?

Cass: Let me come in and I'll explain it to you.

Cass: Thank you.

Cass: I know that Jason signed over the farm to you in order to avoid attachment.

Sharlene: Yes, yeah, he did.

Cass: Well, what he should've told you was that by agreeing to that, you perpetrated a fraud.

Sharlene: I what?

Cass: You could face criminal charges for obstruction of justice.

Sharlene: Right.

Cass: Sharlene, you could go to prison.

Sharlene: You're trying to scare me, Cass.

Cass: Yes, I am, but I'm not lying.

Sharlene: Prison?

Cass: I knew you couldn't have realized the ramifications of what you were doing.

Sharlene: I did what Jason told me to do.

Cass: And isn't it just like him to put someone else's life on the line.

Sharlene: He told me that that was the only way for us to keep the farm.

Cass: I know this has been a rough time for you and Josie, but you have to believe me. Neither Vicky nor I ever wanted to hurt you in any way.

Sharlene: Oh, you didn't, Cass?

Cass: And we won't. You have to believe that.

Sharlene: I don't know what to believe.

Cass: Your brother's an operator. You can believe that. No, he's worse than that. At least an operator usually has some kind of ethical code, but Jason doesn't even have that. He goes through life lying and cheating and stealing, and then when somebody tries to get him to do the right thing, he puts on that wounded look and says that nobody ever gave a break to a Frame.

Sharlene: Well, we didn't have that many breaks.

Cass: If you ask me, the one person that would sell all the Frames down the river in a second is Jason himself, and you know I'm right. So stop trying to help him! He's beyond it, anyway. And besides, he wouldn't do it for you.

[Calliope music plays]

Donna: Iris, this is incredible!

Iris: Yeah, it's rather fun, isn't it?

Donna: Michael, what do you think?

Michael: Well, I think it looks rather expensive to me.

Donna: Oh. Michael is not the arcade-game type. Now, I, on the other hand, take a perverse pleasure out of all of them.

Iris: Well, good for you.

Donna: Especially this one with the balloons where you shoot them with a pellet gun.

Iris: Oh, really?

Donna: Yes, I pretend like they're Mrs. Cavanaugh.

Iris: Who?

Donna: Mrs. Cavanaugh was my seventh-grade teacher who told me that my red crepe dress looked cheap on me. So here I come, Mrs. Cavanaugh!

Iris: Please stay, Michael.

Michael: Iris --

Iris: Look, when I said I needed you, I meant what I said. I have nowhere else to turn.

Michael: What is it, Iris? What's the matter?

Iris: You still care, don't you?

Michael: Don't you ever give up?

Iris: Look, Michael, not when I can see in your eyes that you do still care.

Michael: Iris, it's demeaning to both of us.

Iris: I know you have a responsibility to Donna.

Donna: Michael? Michael, I have six misses in a row! I'm terribly out of practice! Come and help me!

Michael: Ok, honey.

Iris: It's always something, isn't it?

Michael: I'm going to go to my wife, Iris.

Iris: No. That's right, she beckons and you go. Is that why you left me? Is it?

Felicia: Mitch, honey, is my watch in there?

Mitch: Right here.

Felicia: Oh, good. Oh, thanks. Thank you. Oh, hi. I have five minutes to get to the hairdresser! You know, this is all your fault! If you hadn't bought me that black little see-through whatever you're calling it --

Mitch: I'll get the elevator.

Felicia: Oh, good, honey, thanks. All right.

[Phone rings]

Felicia: Ugh, I should've put the machine on. Why didn't I? Hello? Hello?

Man: Fanny? Happy birthday. Just remember, you'll always be 18 to me.

Felicia: Who is this? Hello?

Felicia: Trying to scare me, aren't you?

Mitch: The elevator's waiting. Are you ready?

Felicia: I certainly am.

Donna: Michael?

Iris: I need you, too.

Sam: It's the truth, I swear it.

Amanda: You were going to join the circus?

Sam: Yeah -- Shamu, the elephant boy. Except they told me I had to start at the bottom, and when you're dealing with elephants, the bottom can be a lot of hard work.

Amanda: You wanted to be an elephant boy?

Sam: Yeah! Come on, there's Iris.

Amanda: Iris, you have definitely enlivened our social life.

Sam: Yeah, first, the snowflake ball, and now this. This is really spectacular.

Iris: Well, you know, I love to throw a party.

Amanda: We thought we'd come early and see if there's anything we can do to help.

Iris: Well, thank you, darling, but, you know, I have to really handle this all on my own.

Richard: Yeah! All right, come on, just one more.

Josie: Richard, how many pictures is he going to take?

Mark: He'll use every last roll, and I don't blame him.

Richard: All right, keep on smiling. Just say "mozzarella."

Josie: Oh, come on, how many more? No more.

Mark: All right, that's it. Let's call it a ceremony.

Josie: Good.

Richard: Great job, guys. Mark, you were great. Josie, you were sensational.

Mark: Hey, can I talk to you for a minute, Richard?

Richard: Yeah, sure.

Mark: I'll be seeing you around, Josie -- a whole lot more, I hope.

Josie: Maybe.

Man: Whoa!

Second man: Whoa.

First man: Hey, behold her radiant being!

Second man: A fair damsel if I ever saw one.

Third man: We're talking heavy-duty damsel.

Josie: Come on, guys.

Man: You must be our new dance instructor?

Josie: Well, I'm sorry to disappoint you.

Man: Oh, come on, you mean to tell me this isn't dirty dancing 101?

Second man: Get out of here, dude.

Third man: I'm the problem student. I can't get the steps down.

Josie: What do you think you're doing?

Man: The tango.

Second man: Whoo! Great moves. I got a couple moves myself I could --

Josie: You do?

Man: What would you say to a pas de trois?

Second man: Bonjour, pas de trois?

Matt: Hey, may I cut in?

Matt: What is going on here?

Richard: Hey, come on, Matt, relax, would you?

Matt: Josie, tell me what's going on.

Josie: Matthew --

Richard: Everybody was just goofing around, that's all!

Matt: Get out of here, Richard.

Richard: Don't you know what fun is? Merriment, laughter?

Matt: I said get out of here! Get out of here! Get out!

Josie: It wasn't what it looked like.

Matt: Oh, then what was it, Josie?

Josie: They were just -- they were just kidding around. They're just jerks. They were just kidding around.

Matt: And you let them!

Josie: I tried to get away, ok?

Matt: Oh, not very hard, obviously. I mean, what the hell are you doing in a boy's locker room, anyway?

Josie: I was working.

Matt: Working? Dressed like that?

Josie: It was -- it was a presentation. You see --

Matt: I see what?

Josie: I'm -- I'm miss --

Matt: Miss? Miss? Sunshine.

Josie: Yes.

Matt: Oh, my -- the contest last month. That was you.

Josie: Yes, but I can explain.

Matt: Oh, wait, wait, wait. That must be really thrilling for you, Josie. I mean, that must be a real feather in your cap. You're Miss Sunshine girl!

Josie: I knew you wouldn't -- I knew you wouldn't like it.

Matt: Oh, you knew I wouldn't like it? How come you thought that? You know what I don't like? I don't like being lied to, I don't like you parading behind my back in that, and I don't like being made a fool of.

Josie: I never meant for it to turn out this way!

Matt: Yeah, because you hoped I'd never find out about it.

Josie: No, no, I just wanted -- I just wanted to make --

Matt: You just wanted a boyfriend. You just wanted a boyfriend and to have some fun on the outside, right? Well, tell me, how long have you been everybody's famous party girl?

Josie: Oh, my God.

Matt: Was this before we went out, after, or during?

Josie: Your mother. Your mother told you, didn't she? I knew she had it out for me. I knew it.

Matt: Wait, wait, what?

Josie: Matthew, the only reason I did these parties was because I needed to make some money, not that you would understand that.

Matt: Wait a minute. What, what parties?

Josie: What do you mean, "What parties?"

Matt: What do you mean, what do I mean, "What parties?" My mom didn't tell me anything.

Josie: But I thought --

Matt: What?

Josie: But she must have -- she have known.

Matt: Uh-huh. Oh, she had the decency not to tell anybody. That's great. I thought I was enough for you, Josie.

Josie: You are.

Matt: Then why do you need all this?

Josie: All right. All right, do you want to know why? I'll tell you why. Because maybe these guys, maybe these guys appreciate me! Maybe they think that I'm attractive, ok?

Matt: Hey, hey. Didn't you ever believe that I thought that?

Josie: I thought maybe you did until I saw you with Lisa.

Matt: That has nothing to do with this.

Josie: Why not? You're furious with me for dressing a certain way. You're furious with me for trying to make some money. But I, I, on the other hand, have to understand finding you kissing someone behind my back!

Matt: At least I was honest with you.

Josie: Oh, that's right, Matthew! That's right! You're perfect! You are a perfect person!

Matt: Wait, wait, wait! I don't even know you anymore! Josie, I really don't know you.

[Calliope music plays]

Mitch: Cass?

Cass: Hey, Mitch.

Mitch: Got a minute?

Cass: Yeah, sure. Nicole just discovered the arcade, so she won't be back until she bags herself a panda bear. Why? Where's Felicia?

Mitch: She's in a dressing room in one of the tents. I'm going to get her in a few minutes.

Cass: Is something wrong?

Mitch: Yeah, something's wrong.

Cass: With Felicia?

Mitch: No, she's ok. She saw the guy for real.

Cass: The guy's who's been harassing her or her stepfather?

Mitch: No, no, it's not Noah.

Cass: Then who?

Mitch: It's another guy. He has a scar.

Cass: Does he know her or is he just some kind of a nut?

Mitch: I don't know, but I'm starting to get concerned.

Cass: You think he's going to go after her?

Mitch: I don't know. Maybe tonight.

Cass: Here?

Mitch: Look, I don't know. You might be right, this guy might be a nut. Just stay close.

Cass: Ok, don't worry. Nothing's going to happen to Felicia as long as we're around.

Amanda: I've pretty much gotten over it.

Iris: Well, I just don't know how you do it. Gee, if I'd worked that hard on something -- I don't know.

Sam: I know I'd like to get my hands on the guy.

Amanda: Look, it's over. It's not worth crying about.

Iris: Onward and upward, huh?

Amanda: In fact, I'm actually kind of happy that it happened.

Sam: You're what?

Amanda: It's making me work doubly hard on the next installment. I have some really great stuff on tape.

Iris: Well, when can I read them?

Amanda: I should have it by -- a preliminary sketch by tomorrow.

Iris: I can hardly wait.

Sam: Hold it.

Amanda: What?

Iris: What do you see?

Sam: I just got an idea for a painting. I'll be back in a minute.

Amanda: This really is a great idea, Iris. I'm so glad you let me be a small part of it.

Iris: "A small part of it"? Never. You're a very big part of my life. You're my one and only sister, remember?

Amanda: Well, daddy's going to love everything that you've done.

Iris: Well, not everything.

Sharlene: Jason.

Jason: Ah! You scared me to death.

Sharlene: Sit down.

Jason: I'm not in the mood for another one of your shouting sessions.

Sharlene: I said sit down!

Jason: Fine, you want to get it off your chest? All right! Spit it out.

Sharlene: I had a visitor earlier today.

Jason: Good. Whoopee. I am really happy for you. Congratulations, all right?

Sharlene: Cass Winthrop.

Jason: Cass was here?

Sharlene: Mm-hmm.

Jason: It's a good thing I was out.

Sharlene: Well, he came to see me.

Jason: What about?

Sharlene: To explain things to me.

Jason: Explain? You're going to listen to a double-talker like Cass?

Sharlene: You are the double-talker! You are the liar!

Jason: Ok, tell me what he said about me.

Sharlene: I've made a decision, Jason. I'm going to cancel the deed transference.

Jason: What?

Sharlene: I'm not going to help you anymore.

Jason: All right, fine, I don't need your help. This is stabbing me in the back.

Sharlene: No, this is self-defense. Cass let me know what could happen to me.

Jason: Cass, Cass. You're going to believe Cass? You're not going to believe me? We are family!

Sharlene: I have done too much in the name of family already.

Jason: I suppose I haven't, huh?

Sharlene: I stood by you, even after I learned about the dealings with Drew Marsten.

Jason: "Dealings"? What, are you trying to make me sound like I'm some kind of gangster?

Sharlene: And I forgave you.

Jason: For what?

Sharlene: For telling Matthew about Janice.

Jason: Matthew had to learn that sooner or later.

Sharlene: And then you stole Vicky’s money.

Jason: I resent that. That was an investment Vicky made with me!

Sharlene: You're a swindler, Jason! And I'm going to make sure that Josie and I don't pay for your stealing.

Jason: How are you guys going to pay for anything?

Sharlene: By going to prison.

Jason: What are you talking about?

Sharlene: Oh, Cass let me know exactly what could happen to me.

Jason: Cass, Cass. Cass would twist anything, he would exaggerate anything to get at me.

Sharlene: Uh-uh, Jason. Nothing you can say can make me change my mind.

Jason: I never believed I'd see the day that my own sister turned on me.

Sharlene: Oh, boy, I used to look up to you. My big brother. The one who loved me best.

Jason: That part's right. I did love you best, Sharlie.

Sharlene: I felt so lucky to have you. But, jeez, Jason, you've changed. You love money and you hate the people who have it, and nothing else matters anymore.

Jason: Honey, you got it totally out of whack. You don't have it straight.

Sharlene: No, no, no!

Jason: You got it twisted up! You do!

Sharlene: You see, for the first time in my life, the first time in a long time, Jason, I've got things straight in my mind.

Jason: No, you don’t. I want you to go to bed and you sleep on it, and we'll talk about it tomorrow morning when you feel different, all right?

Sharlene: No, because, Jason --

Jason: What?

Sharlene: Josie and I are going to be off the farm in the morning.

Jason: What?

Sharlene: I'm washing my hands of you, Jason.

Jason: No, you're not. You just hold on.

Sharlene: Let me by.

Jason: Hey! You want to see John anymore? Then you'll listen to what I have to say, and you'll listen to me now.

[Doorbell rings]

Matt: Please, don't shut me out. I need you.

Jason: You think you're going to walk out on me, that you're going to betray me? No way.

Sharlene: Watch me.

Jason: Sharlie? Sharlie, you don't stay with me, you don't fight for me, you don't help me, and so help me I swear I will tell John about your past. I'm telling you, I will tell him that you were a hooker, and I'll tell him tonight.

All: Oh.

[Calliope music plays]

Iris: I just want to go over these procedures with you one more time. Now, you've checked everybody's invitations as they've come in?

Guard: Yes, ma'am.

Iris: And Jason Frame is not here?

Guard: That's right. Don't worry, ma'am, this party's completely protected.

Iris: Good.

Singer: How does it happen? I don't know it's so hard to understand now you see it and now you don't is this a case of sleight of hand? Sleight of hand? Sleight of hand? Somewhere between all the red rouge and the subterfuge somewhere close to the loose screws and the taboos and the peek-a-boos

Singers: You might find the good news and the bad news

Singer: How does it happen? I don't know it's so hard to understand now you see it and now you don't is this a case of sleight of hand? Sleight of hand?

Mitch: Felicia? You ready?

Felicia: Almost.

Singer: Somewhere between the fantasy and the third degree somewhere close to the flattery and the jealousy and the mystery

Singers: You might see the best and the worst of me

Singer: You might find lies contradictions illusions confusions but here it is my gift to you

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