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Another World Transcript Monday 2/14/05

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[Knock on door]

Vicky: Oh.

Cass: Hi.

Vicky: Cass, hi.

Cass: Belated wedding present.

Vicky: Oh! How beautiful. Come in.

Cass: Thank you.

Vicky: Yeah. Snow. Oh.

Cass: Oh, boy, yeah.

Vicky: Yeah, it's beautiful.

Cass: Yeah? Well, good. Listen, I just saw Bridget in the stairwell, and she said that Jamie would be back pretty soon.

Vicky: Yeah, I hope so. Well, do you need to see him?

Cass: Actually, no --

Vicky: Oh.

Cass: Not really. I just wanted to drop the gift off.

Vicky: Oh. Well, you're so sweet. Would you like a drink?

Cass: No. No, thank you.

Vicky: Ok.

Cass: As long as I'm here, though, I thought maybe we could talk.

Vicky: Well, sure.

Cass: There are just a couple of things I thought we could go over.

Vicky: Ok, about what?

Cass: Where were you when Jason Frame was shot?

Sharlene: You're probably thinking I'm crazy.

Jamie: Whoo-hoo! No, I don't think you're crazy. Are you kidding?

Sharlene: Well, I wouldn't blame you if you did. I wouldnít. Hi.

John: Hi.

Jamie: Ooh.

Sharlene: I thought I heard your car drive up.

John: Yeah, yeah, that was me. The door was open, so I thought I'd come in. Hi, doc.

Jamie: Hey, John. How are you?

John: All right. The place looks great, Sharlene.

Sharlene: Thanks. I was telling Jamie that every time I walk in a room --

Jamie: Thanks.

Sharlene: And I see all the furniture back in right place, it's like -- I don't know -- maybe things will be ok again.

John: Oh, I'm sure they will.

Sharlene: Whew.

Jamie: You know, Vicky -- she never wanted that lawsuit to go that far anyway, Sharlene.

Sharlene: It was a nightmare.

Jamie: Yeah, well, now it's over.

Sharlene: And I want to thank you and I want to thank John for being so helpful. Ever since that night, I don't know what I would have done.

Jamie: Well, that's what family and friends are for, honey.

Sharlene: Well, maybe now things can get back to normal.

Jamie: I'm sure they will. Right, John?

John: Hmm? Oh, yeah. I'm -- I'm sure they will. You bet.

Mitch: Excuse me, but no more of that today.

Felicia: Oh, I was just trying to see if --

Mitch: I should have canceled this thing a week ago.

Felicia: You know what I don't understand? Why they are so determined to make me look guilty.

Mitch: Because it sells papers, that's why.


Felicia: I'll get it.

Mitch: No, no, I'll get it.

Felicia: Oh, Mitch, I'm so cooped up in here! You know, I can answer the door.

Mitch: Look, it's ok. We'll just go out and we'll take a walk, and you can get some fresh air later tonight.

Felicia: Oh, wonderful, great. I'll take a walk later tonight. That ought to be good for my state of mind.

[Phone rings]

Felicia: Hello. Hello?

Man: Fanny?

Felicia: Who is this?

Man: I'm very sorry, Fanny. It's you or me.

Felicia: What? What are you talking about?

Man: Goodbye.

Felicia: No, wait, please. Don't hang up, please.

Felicia: You're still there, aren't you? Hello?

Man: Yeah.

Felicia: Listen, what did you mean, "Itís you or me"?

Man: This is -- this is goodbye.

Felicia: No! If you could just tell me who are, pl--

[Dial tone]

Mitch: Who was that?

Felicia: It was the same man. Oh, Mitch, I don't think you should open that. Honey, don't -- please don't open that, please!

Mitch: It's just a package. Ok, ok. It's for me. It's from Chicago. That's all.

Felicia: God, I'm sorry. I'm starting to really get totally paranoid here, aren't I?

Mitch: Who was on the phone?

Felicia: The -- the man -- the man with the scar?

Mitch: Are you sure?

Felicia: Yes, I'm positive. I recognized his voice.

Mitch: What did he say?

Felicia: He said -- he said "this is goodbye." That's what he said.

Mitch: What do you mean, "Goodbye"?

Felicia: He must be leaving town. And he's the only one that can tell the police what really happened that night.

Mitch: And that's all?

Felicia: And then he just hung up. If he leaves town, Mitch, we're never going to find him, and then I'm going to be convicted. You know that.

Mitch: No, no, that's going to happen.

Felicia: Yes, I am, and I'm probably going to go to prison.

Mitch: No, you're not going to go to prison --

Felicia: Yes, I am.

Mitch: Not for a day. I guarantee you.

Nicole: Has there been anything new?

Stacey: Not much. I got to talk with Felicia, though, and see if there isnít something that she left out.

Nicole: This whole thing is just so awful.

Stacey: Well, you're telling me.

Nicole: Is Cass around?

Stacey: No. He went over to Vickyís.

Nicole: Vickyís? Why?

Stacey: He had to drop off a belated wedding present, and I think he wanted to probably talk to her about Jason.

Nicole: He never stops.

Stacey: Never. He has always been like that.

Nicole: Ever since he was little?

Stacey: Yeah. As soon he wanted something, he didnít stop until he got it.

Nicole: Cass, the hard worker.

Stacey: Hard work? Oh, no way. He's the laziest thing in the world. He's a total and complete bum.

Nicole: But I thought you just said that he never --

Stacey: Well, unless -- unless he wants something. Then, of course, he's right in there like a bulldog.

Nicole: Oh.

Stacey: But otherwise --

Nicole: Were you two really close?

Stacey: Oh, yeah. We used to fight all the time. You know, typical brother and sister thing, but he definitely made me laugh.

Nicole: And that smile --

Stacey: That smile used to get him a million girls. Oh. Nicole, listen, I'm sorry.

Nicole: Oh, no --

Stacey: I'm sure you heard enough about his heyday.

Nicole: Well, more than enough, actually.

Stacey: You know, to be perfectly honest, I've never seen him ever treat any woman as gently as he treats you.

Nicole: Really?

Stacey: Yeah. I think he might even be serious. You want some coffee?

Nicole: Oh, no, thanks.

Stacey: Well --

Nicole: Lucky.

Stacey: Anyway -- good.

Nicole: Stacey, do you think maybe Cass might be working too hard?

Stacey: What do you mean? Because you haven't seen much of him lately?

Nicole: No. I just worry sometimes.

Stacey: Well, listen, Felicia is his best friend. And right now that's the most important thing to him. Of course, present company excluded.

Nicole: Yeah.

Stacey: So what is it? What are you worried about?

Nicole: No. No, it's nothing.

Stacey: Nicole, come on. You can talk to me.

Nicole: Well, I was just thinking. Being a trial lawyer is so difficult.

Stacey: Yeah. I mean, it's very, very taxing.

Nicole: Well, I know a lot of people who say it's the toughest job that a lawyer can have.

Stacey: It ain't easy.

Nicole: And I was thinking, you know, Cass has been away from it for so long now --

Stacey: That you don't think he's up to the job?

Nicole: No, I didnít mean that.

Stacey: Don't worry. Cass knows his limitations. And besides, the trial isnít going to be for quite some time now.

Nicole: If there even is a trial, right?

Stacey: You're right. That's the spirit, absolutely. And Cass is doing everything he can right now to clear Felicia.

Nicole: I know.

Stacey: But there is one thing that worries me.

Nicole: What?

Stacey: If Cass canít save her, then he is never, ever going to forgive himself.

Vicky: Jason Frame? Well, that's boring.

Cass: Well, it's not boring to Felicia.

Vicky: Oh, no, I guess not. Well, here goes.

Cass: We got some real problems with where Jason was and who could have been with him.

Vicky: Yeah, Cass, I really wish I could help you, you've been such a great friend, but I've told everything I know to the police.

Cass: That's exactly what I wanted to talk about -- the police reports.

Vicky: Oh! You didnít wrap this yourself, now, did you?

Cass: No, no, I canít take the credit. It was the store.

Vicky: I was going to say.

Cass: You see, according to the police reports, it shows that at the time of the shooting you were alone.

Vicky: Well, they must have just written something down wrong, because I was with Jamie.

Cass: No, no. If I recall correctly -- and I'm usually pretty thorough with this sort of thing -- you said that you were alone with Jamie, but he said that he and Michael were looking for Jason.

Vicky: Right! And I was right behind them. Let's see here. Oh! Cass! This is gorgeous.

Cass: Well, I thought it would be kind of useful.

Vicky: Well, sure. I mean, I could use it for grapes.

Cass: Whatever.

Vicky: You're such a sweetheart. Thanks.

Cass: You're welcome.

Vicky: Yeah, as a matter of fact, I'm going to put it on the table right now, because I'm planning this really romantic dinner for Jamie tonight. And as a matter of fact, I've really got to go and get in the shower now.

Cass: The problem is you and Jason were enemies.

Vicky: Well, yeah, Cass, that's nothing new. I was suing him. Ask my lawyer.

Cass: Yeah, well, except for the fact that around the time of the shooting or just before the time of the shooting you came up to me and asked me to drop the suit. And you seemed pretty desperate to me.

Vicky: Desperate?

Cass: Well, nervous, kind of pale.

Vicky: Well, Cass, you had just been beaten up, remember?

Cass: Yes, this is true.

Vicky: I mean, why are you asking me all these questions? Felicia already admitted to shooting Jason. Shouldnít you be trying to prove it was an accident?

Cass: It may not have been one.

Vicky: What?

Cass: After checking all the evidence very carefully, it's pretty clear to me that Felicia was mistaken about what happened.

Vicky: Well, what do you mean?

Cass: There was somebody else in the hall of mirrors that night. Felicia heard yelling, and Jason was arguing with someone. And that could have been the person who killed him.

Eric: And since this is a first for all of you, let me just emphasize that "renew" is your group. I mean, you share a common problem. So your help will come by sharing your feelings. Now, I'm not your leader. I'm only here to answer specific questions about medical aspects. All right? So, anybody want to go first?

Man: I'll start.

Marley: Ok.

Man: I'm Jerry.

Jake: Hi, Jerry.

Marley: Hi, Jerry.

Jerry: And this is my wife, Robin.

Jake: Hi, Robin.

Robin: Hi.

Marley: Hi.

Jerry: And -- well, we've been trying to have a kid since -- well, since we first got married.

Robin: Four years.

Jerry: Four years, right. And -- well, we've been going to doctors for, what, the last three years, I guess. It's weird. I mean, this is the first time we've sat down with anybody -- except the doctors -- and even admitted that we couldn't have kids.

Robin: We have everything you could ever want -- a great home, money.

Jerry: Yeah, no kids, no expenses, yeah. I think everybody just assumes we're yuppies, you know, that we don't want to have children.

Robin: But we do. We really do.

Marley: Oh, believe me, we know what you're going through, Robin.

Woman: We sure do.

Marley: You know, I was really ashamed in the beginning, and I didnít tell Jake for a long time about my problem.

Jake: You -- you guys all took a big step, believe me.

Man: I agree. Isnít anybody here angry? I mean, what's to smile about?

Woman: Oh, honey --

Man: Well -- they're all smiling like talking about it's going to make it go away or something.

Jake: I don't think anybody said that, all right?

Man: Ok, maybe not. But I'm angry. See, with us, I'm the one at fault.

Woman: Sweetheart --

Man: And my wife's family is on my case every chance they get.

Woman: No, they're not.

Man: They give me these looks, you know, like I'm this poor loser or something.

Woman: Nobody's said a word since that one time. Todd's very sensitive about the whole situation.

Todd: I just said I was mad, didnít I?

Woman: But what I think he's really angry about is that I want to use donor sperm. Todd, we're supposed to talk.

Todd: We don't even know these people.

Marley: No, we all are going through the same thing.

Todd: Yeah?

Marley: Yeah.

Todd: You going to a sperm bank?

Jake: No.

Todd: And then whose baby would it be, huh? I mean, think about it. She has blue eyes, and I have blue eyes, and we have this brown-eyed baby.

Woman: I would just look at our baby and see our baby.

Marley: I had an operation a couple of months ago. And Dr. Janssen isnít for sure, but he thinks we'll be able to have a baby.

Woman: Oh, that's terrific.

Jerry: Oh, that's --

Robin: You must be so happy.

Jerry: That's great.

Marley: We are happy, but there's a little part of me that's jealous.

Woman: Jealous of what?

Marley: Well, I have a twin sister. And so genetically, we're identical.

Jake: She's -- she's due to deliver anytime now.

Woman: Wow. That must be hard.

Marley: It is. I just don't understand. I want to have a baby so badly, and -- and she got pregnant by accident.

Jake: Yeah, but we think we have a chance now, so --

Marley: But it's still strange. I -- I question why I want to have a child so much.

Jake: Because you love kids, honey.

Marley: I know I do, but it's got to more than that, Jake. You know, sometimes I wonder if I want to have a child just -- just because I canít have one.

Vicky: Where did you come up with all this information?

Cass: About the other person?

Vicky: Uh-huh?

Cass: Actually, it's just a theory.

Vicky: Oh. It's a theory?

Cass: Yeah, if I could prove it, I would have had the charges against Felicia dropped a long time ago.

Vicky: Cass, I wish I could help you. I just don't know what I can do.

Cass: You still claim that you were behind Jamie?

Vicky: Cass, I'm not claiming. I was behind him.

Cass: Ok. I'll probably get back to you about this after I've had a chance to talk to the others.

Vicky: What others?

Cass: Everybody who was there that night -- your mother, your father, Mac, Rachel, Jamie, Iris, Jake -- everybody.

Vicky: Well, that makes you --

Cass: What?

Vicky: Don't you feel a little funny checking up on all your friends?

Cass: Listen to me. Feliciaís life is on the line here. She didnít murder Jason, so somebody else had to.

Vicky: And --

Cass: Everybody is a suspect as far as I'm concerned.

Vicky: Oh, including you?

Cass: What?

Vicky: Well, he had you beaten up, Cass. Remember? You were at the party, too.

Cass: Yeah, sure, including me. Except for the fact that I have a feeling that Jason was the target for that beating, not me.

Vicky: Really?

Cass: Yeah, really.

Vicky: Well, who ordered it? Do you know?

Cass: Whoever it was sure would make a good suspect, wouldn't he? Or she. Well, I'll leave you alone to your romantic dinner here. But as I said, I probably will be getting back to you just in case somebody remembers something that you seem to have forgotten. See ya.

Bridget: Oh --

Cass: Oh, Bridget --

Bridget: I'm so sorry, Mr. Winthrop.

Cass: That's perfectly all right. You take good care of our girl, ok?

Bridget: Oh, yes, I will. Don't scold me, Victoria. I only came back for my purse. Can you imagine I went and lost it? I left it here. I must have left it here. Where is it? Oh, it's in the bedroom. Victoria, what is it, dear? What is it? What's wrong? You're as white as sheet.

Sharlene: But what about when Vicky goes into labor? Have you got other doctors lined up to take her --?

Jamie: I've got that all taken care of, Sharlene.

John: Has she had an uncomplicated pregnancy?

Jamie: Well, she's had a few problems, like when she took that fall, we were kind of worried about her, but she's fine now, and -- and she's ready to deliver.

John: Oh, really?

Jamie: Yeah.

John: Was she dilated when you left home?

Jamie: A couple of centimeters -- nothing to worry about.

John: "Nothing to worry about" -- yeah, you say that now, but -- well, you never know with first pregnancies, do you?

Jamie: John, you seem to know an awful lot about this. Where do you get your information?

Sharlene: Well, John was a corpsman in Vietnam.

Jamie: Well, I know that, but he seems to know a lot more than your average corpsman.

John: Well, I -- I worked in a hospital for a while.

Jamie: Oh, I didnít --

[Knock on door]

Sharlene: Excuse me.

Jamie: You know, that reminds me, you knew exactly what to do when Sharlene was hurt in that fire.

Sharlene: Rachel, come in. Ooh!

Rachel: Mom wanted me to bring this over for you.

Sharlene: Oh, that's so thoughtful.

Rachel: Hi, Jamie. Hi, John.

John: Hi, Rachel.

Jamie: Mom.

Sharlene: Let me take your coat.

Rachel: Have you seen the snow?

Sharlene: No. Is it bad out there?

Rachel: Oh, they say six to eight inches by -- by morning.

Sharlene: Oh --

Jamie: Is that right? I better get back to the apartment. Vickyís all alone.

Rachel: Oh, canít you wait just a few minutes?

Jamie: No, I canít. I canít.

Rachel: I haven't seen you to talk to you.

Jamie: Oh, I'm sorry about that.

Rachel: Is something wrong?

John: Doc, can you give me a hand for a second before you go? Just take --

Jamie: Yeah, sure. Sure, no problem.

Rachel: Have I interrupted something?

Sharlene: No. But there is something that I think you ought to know.

Rachel: What? Jamieís treating me like a stranger.

Sharlene: And I think that may be my fault.

Rachel: Why?

Sharlene: Because after the funeral, I had a conversation with Jamie about Jason, and it just sort of slipped out -- about the pictures.

Rachel: Of Amanda.

Sharlene: Of Amanda.

Rachel: We didnít tell anyone. We didnít want Jamie to know that his Uncle was the one that took those pictures.

Sharlene: I know, but I just assumed that he knew, and he was very upset.

Rachel: I bet.

Jamie: Ooh, ah, ooh, ooh, ah. Ooh. Listen, Johnís going to bring the rest of the stuff in, and I really do have to be going myself.

Sharlene: Listen, let me just make sure that he finds the right cups, ok?

Rachel: Sharlene -- Sharlene just told me that she told you about Jason and the pictures of your sister.

Jamie: Yeah, I know all about that, mom. But there is one thing I don't know about.

Rachel: What?

Jamie: Why did you keep it all from me?

Rachel: Amanda didnít want anyone to know, so we didnít tell anyone.

Jamie: You couldn't even tell me?

Rachel: It was a decision Mac and I made.

Jamie: Why were you protecting Jason like that?

Rachel: We weren't protecting Jason. We were protecting you and Sharlene and Josie.

Jamie: Oh, great, that's just what I needed.

Rachel: Well, I thought it was what you needed at the time.

Jamie: What does that mean?

Rachel: Jason had just arrived here in Bay City. You were very interested in finding out about him and your family here.

Jamie: Yeah.

Rachel: I didnít want to interfere with that.

Jamie: Mom, Jason took those photographs of Amanda and Drew Marsten!

Rachel: I didnít want you to get angry at Jason and then take it out on Josie and Sharlene.

Jamie: But I didnít.

Rachel: No, I know, but I couldn't know that at the time. I'm sorry if I did the wrong thing.

Jamie: Yes, I think you did. Mom, let me tell you something. You and Mac and Amanda and Matthew -- you're more a family to me than Jason ever was --

Rachel: I know that.

Jamie: Or ever could have been. And if anything ever happens to any one of you, I want to know about it!

Rachel: Ok, I promise.

Jamie: Because I'm going to want to help you guys, no matter how painful the truth is. That's what family's supposed to be all about, isnít it?

Vicky: Bridget, I told you, I don't need anything.

Bridget: Victoria, you were white as a sheet.

Vicky: No, I was fine.

Bridget: Well, you didnít look it.

Vicky: Well, why don't you just go now? I'll be fine, and Jamie --

Bridget: No, Victoria.

Vicky: Mom's going to think you fell off the edge of the earth or something.

Bridget: I'm not going to leave you alone.

Vicky: Look, I told you I'm just fine. I want to be alone with Jamie, because we're not going to have that much time together, ok?

Bridget: Are you sure?

Vicky: Positive.

Bridget: All right, then you drink this. Come on. Do it just for me, dear. I put extra sugar in it.

Vicky: Boy, you never change, do you?

Bridget: No, why should I, dear?

Vicky: You just keep on loving me no matter what.

Bridget: Yes, I do.

Vicky: And others can expect so much.

Bridget: Now, that's nonsense, dear. Nobody's disappointed in you.

Vicky: No, not yet, anyway. Bridget --

Bridget: What is it, child?

Vicky: Nothing. Nothing.

Bridget: No, wait a minute. There is something, dear. I know it.

Vicky: No --

Bridget: Please, tell me.

Vicky: No, there is no problem. At least nothing I canít fix.

Cass: Mmm. Stacey, make sure you get this client's name and telephone number.

Nicole: Mmm. I missed you. Oh!

Cass: I missed you, too. I can always go out and come back in again.

Nicole: Mm-hmm. Ooh.

Cass: What?

Nicole: It must be really coming down out there now, huh?

Cass: I know. Tell me about it, wonít you?

[Nicole laughs]

Cass: Hey, your boyfriend call you yet?

Stacey: Don't say that!

Cass: What?

Nicole: Who's your boyfriend?

Stacey: Agh! See? See? My boyfriend. You talk about unprofessional? You're a --

Cass: You're a little testy about this guy, aren't you?

Stacey: I think maybe you would be testy, too, if you had to go into a back alley and meet him by yourself.

Nicole: Meet who?

Cass: The mystery man.

Nicole: Who's the mystery man?

Cass: Tell her, my dear Watson.

Stacey: The night that Felicia was arrested, this guy called me up and he said that he knew what really happened.

Cass: We think he might be the guy that wore the strongman outfit.

Stacey: Yeah, but unfortunately, I didnít get that good of a look at him.

Nicole: And what? You're waiting to hear from him again?

Cass: Right.

Stacey: Uh-huh.

Cass: Only next time I go, right?

Stacey: Oh, thank you very much. I do appreciate it. How'd it go with Vicky?

Cass: Well, she really liked the present.

Nicole: Stacey said that you wanted to talk to Vicky more about the night Jason was shot.

Cass: Oh, she did, did she?

Nicole: So, what did Vicky say?

Cass: Well, nothing, really. She actually didnít see anything.

Nicole: Are you sure?

Cass: Yeah. I must have had my facts a little confused there. It's no big deal. I don't want you to start to worry about your niece, all right?

Nicole: I just -- I just feel so sorry for Felicia.

Cass: I know. Nobody's called and hung up, have they?

Stacey: No, uh-uh. That's not his style.

Nicole: Are you talking about the strongman again?

Stacey: Yeah. You know, I put an ad in the paper and he was supposed to call. Think I should put another one in?

Cass: Yeah, I think that's a good idea. Go for it.

Stacey: All right.

Jerry: And you know what gets me?

Robin: What?

Jerry: It's so medical.

Todd: I know what he means. Sex isnít fun anymore.

Marley: Oh.

Woman: That's true.

Jake: Tell me about it. Everything revolves around a basal thermometer.

Marley: Oh, it's worth it, isnít it?

Todd: Is it? "Why me?" You know? I don't know how many times I've asked myself that question.

[Phone rings]

Jake: Oh -- excuse me.

Jerry: I don't think it's something you should worry about.

Jake: Hello.

Vicky: Jake, Vick.

Jake: Hey, Vick.

Vicky: I need to talk to you.

Jake: This is kind of a bad time.

Vicky: No, honey, this is really important!

Jake: Vick, we're right in the middle of some group therapy kind of thing, you know?

Vicky: I don't care about your group, Jake! I am serious! Everything depends on this. Now, I need to see you now.

Jake: Yeah, ok.

Vicky: Now, hurry up, please!

Woman: So maybe you'll have to face it, you know?

Todd: That it's in the genes.

Woman: Isnít it, Dr. Janssen?

Eric: Usually, it is an inherited condition, yes.

Jake: Excuse me, guys. I'm sorry. Can I talk to you for a second?

Marley: Sure, sure. Excuse us.

Jerry: Sure.

Jake: Sorry.

Marley: Hi. What's the matter?

Jake: Nothing. Somebody just called me about a job, and I got to go see them right now.

Marley: Are you kidding? Now? We're in the middle of our meeting.

Jake: I know, I know, but this could lead to a bartending job, and, you know, we could use the extra cash. Hmm?

Marley: Yeah, yeah. Right.

Jake: Excuse me. I -- I'm sorry, I have to leave here, but I'll be back as soon as I can, all right?

Eric: Ok.

Jerry: All right.

Eric: No problem.

Jake: Bye-bye.

Woman: Bye-bye.

Marley: Well, now, you be careful out there, because it's snowing, and I want you to drive safely, ok?

Jake: Sure, mom.

Marley: All right. Bye.

Jake: Bye.

Jamie: No, no, no, when I was a kid, I never had to look like some of those little human spheres running around outside.

Sharlene: Spheres?

Rachel: Oh, come on. I used to bundle you up.

Jamie: Mom, you never made me wear one of those silly snowsuits. Now, come on, you know that.

Rachel: That's because you refused to wear one and I just finally gave up.

Sharlene: What did Mac say about it?

Rachel: Oh, that was before. That was when Jamie was just a little guy and -- well, it was just the two of us.

Sharlene: Oh, it was just the two of you?

Jamie: Yeah.

Rachel: So thank you very much for the tea.

Jamie: Thanks a lot, Sharlene.

Sharlene: Yeah, and tell Ada we said thank you for the cake.

Rachel: Oh, great.

Sharlene: It was delicious.

John: Yeah, it sure was.

Rachel: She'll be happy to hear that. Oh, the snow! Ah!

Sharlene: Take care.

Jamie: Bye. We'd better hurry before we get stuck out here.

Sharlene: Bye. Well, I'm sure glad they -- they made up.

John: I don't understand why Rachel never told him about that mess with Amanda.

Sharlene: She was probably worried about how he'd react. You know, we all do too much to protect our kids anyway.

John: Yeah, it's a good thing you don't do that, huh?

Sharlene: Don't you start, John Hudson. Ugh.

John: Are you ok?

Sharlene: Yeah. Why?

John: Well, I just thought that, you know, when Rachel mentioned raising Jamie and it was just the two of them --

Sharlene: Oh --

John: I saw your reaction.

Sharlene: Yeah, that -- it's just something that I think about sometimes, that's all.

John: Why?

Sharlene: Well, Josie and I have -- it's just been the two of us most of our life, you know.

John: It seems to me you've done one heck of a job.

Sharlene: Yeah, but when Jason invited us to come here and stay with him, it was like a Godsend -- a permanent roof over our heads -- and now that's over.

John: Why? You still have the place.

Sharlene: Yeah, but I'm going to have to find a permanent regular-paying job, and I have to find it soon. Things are just going to be a little harder now, that's all.

John: Well, they don't have to be.

Mitch: Look, whether we find him or not, everything's going to be ok.

Felicia: You're right. I know. You're right.

Mitch: Nothing is going to happen to you.

Felicia: And we need to have, you know, faith in Cass. You know that.

Mitch: Yeah. Well, do you want to go lie down, get some rest?

Felicia: Yeah. I am feeling a little tired.

Mitch: Ok, get a nap now and get something to eat later?

Felicia: Ok. Sounds good. Ok.

Felicia: I love you.

Mitch: I love you.

Felicia: Ok.

[Doorbell rings]

Mitch: Hi.

Cass: Hi. Are we interrupting anything?

Mitch: No, not at all. Feliciaís lying down. Hi, Nicole.

Nicole: Hi, Mitch.

Mitch: Any news?

Cass: No, not yet.

Nicole: No, we just wanted to stop by and find out how she was holding up.

Mitch: Well, it just comes and goes. She kind of got upset by reading the newspaper earlier.

Cass: Oh, great.

Mitch: Not to mention she got a phone call from the guy.

Cass: What? From the man with the scar?

Mitch: I think so.

Cass: What did he say?

Mitch: Well, it wasn't very clear. He said something about goodbye, so maybe he was leaving.

Cass: Oh, no. If he does that, there goes our witness.

Mitch: How bad is it if we canít find him?

Cass: It's real bad.

Mitch: I was afraid of that.

Cass: As of now, this guy is the only substantiation we have of Feliciaís version of what happened.

Mitch: Great.

Nicole: Mitch, what are these brochures for?

Mitch: Um -- it's nothing.

Nicole: No, why would you be interested in Honduras?

Mitch: No reason. I just went by and I was passing and I saw they had a nice layout of photographs.

Cass: Mitch, there are no photographs here. I mean, it's just a list of airlines and departure times. What's going on? What are you up to?

Cass: The truth, Mitch.

Mitch: The truth is that I'm prepared to take Felicia to Honduras.

Nicole: Mitch, no!

Cass: Are you crazy?

Mitch: Hold it down a second, ok?

Cass: You're planning on jumping bail? What the hell's the matter with you?

Mitch: Just listen to me.

Nicole: Yes, Cass, just let him talk.

Cass: Well, this had better be good.

Mitch: Look, I've researched it, I've given it a lot of thought. Honduras doesn't have an extradition treaty with the United States. She would be very safe there.

Nicole: But you would be fugitives there.

Mitch: Being fugitives there is a lot better than her spending the rest of her life in jail.

Nicole: Mitch, Cass wonít let that happen.

Mitch: Look, I know what that's about! I've been there! I'm not going to let something like that happen to her.

Cass: Mitch, I have to tell you that --

Mitch: Don't try to talk me out of it, Cass, because it wonít work.

Nicole: Yes, but, Mitch, you wouldn't have any friends down there. You know how Felicia loves being with her friends.

Mitch: Yes, I'm very aware of that, and I'm also very aware that Mac loses his bail, but I've thought about that.

Cass: You have?

Mitch: Yes, and I will pay him back at some point, somehow.

Cass: What about Matthew?

Mitch: I've thought about that, too. I might never see him again.

Nicole: And it's still worth it?

Mitch: For Felicia, yes.

Cass: Forget it, Mitch.

Mitch: Look, don't try to talk me out of it.

Cass: I'm not going to let you do this, Mitch!

Mitch: It's not your decision!

Eric: Well, I think it all went pretty well for a first meeting.

Marley: Oh, true, I guess so.

Eric: Is something wrong?

Marley: No. Not really. I'm just sorry Jake had to leave like that.

Eric: Well, that's perfectly all right, but what is it?

Marley: What?

Eric: What else is bothering you? I mean, you seemed to, I don't know, clam up towards the end of the meeting.

Marley: Did I? Maybe I did.

Eric: What's wrong?

Marley: Dr. Janssen, we know that Jake is not sterile, right?

Eric: Yes.

Marley: And my operation was successful.

Eric: Yes.

Marley: But I'm still not pregnant.

Eric: Marley, give yourself a chance. You've only been trying for what, a couple months now, right?

Marley: I suppose.

Eric: Look, we'll do some follow-up tests next week. In the meantime, don't borrow trouble by worrying. All right?

Marley: How come you can be so understanding and so kind when you're out of that office of yours?

Eric: Well, you've made me a little more aware of my attitudes.

Marley: Oh, now, don't be silly. I know all that warmth inside you comes naturally. You'll make a wonderful father.

Eric: Oh?

Marley: A man who spends his life bringing children into the world. You must love children very much.

Eric: I do. But I seem to be missing one essential ingredient.

Marley: Oh. So there are no ladies?

Eric: No time.

Marley: Well, that's too bad.

Eric: No, I was engaged once. I was a senior resident then, but she broke it off.

Marley: I'm sorry.

Eric: I was putting in too many hours. She said she didnít want to be married to somebody who was never there.

Marley: If it's any consolation, I think she made quite a big mistake.

Eric: Well, it's over.

Marley: Could I warm up some coffee? Would you like to stay for a few minutes, maybe?

Eric: Yes. Yes, that would be nice.

Marley: Wonderful.

Jake: What do you mean, get our stories straight? We already did that.

Vicky: No, I know, but we've got to do more. Cass was here, and he's on to something.

Jake: Something, what? Something about us? That night? What, Vick?

Vicky: I don't know! I don't know, Jake! I don't think so, but who knows what Jason kept in that stupid ledger that he had?

Jake: What the hell are you saying?

Vicky: I'm saying we've got to get our stories really straight. Cass knows a lot of people hated Jason.

Jake: So what?

Vicky: So he's going to be questioning everybody!

Jake: Vicky, a news flash -- Felicia killed him, she shot him. She already admitted that.

Vicky: I know, but Cass thinks there's something more to the story than that.

Jake: Wait a minute. Don't tell me you think the guy's going to try to get her off.

Vicky: No! Listen! He thinks somebody else shot Jason!

Jake: Who?

Vicky: Somebody who hated him, somebody who thought that Jason would say things that other people shouldnít know.

Jake: Yeah, like who?

Jake: Wait a minute. You think I killed Jason, don't you?

Rachel: Oh, brother!

Jamie: I mean, you canít even get onto the highway.

Rachel: Oh, look at the mess we're making here.

Sharlene: No, don't worry about it.

John: It's that bad, huh?

Rachel: Oh, yeah. It's -- well, can we use the phone in the kitchen?

Jamie: Yeah.

Sharlene: Sure, you can use the phone.

Jamie: Just let me call Vicky first --

Rachel: All right.

Jamie: I want to let her know that I'm going to be late, ok?

Rachel: Yeah. The towing trucks are going to be busy all afternoon.

John: Yeah, it's really coming down, isnít it?

Sharlene: Yeah.

John: Is sure looks peaceful, though, doesn't it?

Sharlene: Yeah, it does. Hey, John, what did you mean before when you said that things didnít have to be the way they are now?

John: Well, that was before Rachel and Jamie came back.

Sharlene: Yeah, but what did you mean?

John: I don't think it's the right time now.

Sharlene: For what?

John: Well, for, you know, talking -- well, not talking, exactly.

Sharlene: John, what is it?

John: There.

Sharlene: Mm-hmm?

John: Mm-hmm.

Sharlene: This is a -- a contract for the sale of your boat.

John: Yeah. Well, what do you think?

[Phone rings]

Stacey: Yeah, Stacey Winthrop. Hello.

Man: It's me.

Stacey: You read the ad?

Man: Yeah.

Stacey: I need to talk to you. Felicia -- I mean, Fanny needs you. Where can I meet you? Hello?


Cass: First of all, just because Honduras doesn't have an extradition treaty doesn't mean that they don't extradite.

Mitch: Listen, I really don't want to hear any more speeches about how everything's going to work out!

Nicole: Mitch --

Cass: It just means that they go on a case-by-case basis!

Nicole: Mitch, you've got to listen to Cass.

Cass: You don't understand the law.

Mitch: And I don't care, Cass. I'll do what I have to do to take care of Felicia.

Cass: But you don't know what you're doing, Mitch!

Mitch: Also, as far as I'm concerned, you're wasting your time with your theory.

Nicole: What theory?

Mitch: Look, why don't you just have him explain it to you? I don't want to discuss it anymore.

Cass: Mitch --

Mitch: No.

Cass: Mitch, wait a minute.

Mitch: No!

[Glass shatters]

Felicia: You broke the mirror. You shouldnít have done that. Noah will be very angry. Hurry, get out of here. My stepfather is very mean. Go on. Run, hurry.

Jake: You think I killed Jason?

Vicky: No --

Jake: That is crazy, Vicky!

Vicky: Jake, I don't know --

Jake: What?

Vicky: Oh, no. Oh, God -- the baby. The baby --

Jake: Just sit down and relax. Sit down.

Vicky: Ugh --

Jake: Sit down.

Vicky: Help me -- help me! It hurts.

Jake: All right, listen, we'll get you to the hospital. You relax, ok? I'll make a phone call, ok?

Vicky: Yeah. No, Jake!

Jake: Honey, you're fine. The baby's coming. This is natural.

Vicky: No!

Jake: I'll call an ambulance, get them over.

Vicky: No, there's something wrong with my baby! Jake, there's -- there's something wrong with my baby!

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