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Another World Transcript Wednesday 2/23/05

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Donna: "So the little rabbit came on down to Mrs. Puddleduck's nest, and she said --"

[Michael hums]

Donna: What did he say to her? He said, "Please, Mrs. Puddle duck --"

Michael: Here we go. We got your favorite, partner.

Donna: "Please, Mrs. Puddle duck, could I Stay in your nest?"

Michael: We got peanut butter and jelly. We got apple juice. You want to get the apple juice together there? We got all of your favorites.

Donna: Did you see Victoria yet?

Michael: No, no, no.

Donna: Did you get her something?

Michael: No, actually, I'm going to wait and get her something on the way out, something hot.

Donna: Darling?

Michael: Yeah?

Donna: Want some peanut butter sandwich?

Michael: Want peanut butter?

Donna: No? You donít? Well, you did a minute ago. Did you go up on her floor again?

Michael: No, I called the nurses' station. The baby's the same.

Donna: Oh. I just keep hoping for a miracle. I hope that I'll go up on the floor and they'll say that everything is all right.

Michael: I know, honey. Want a bite? Want a piece of --

Mikey: I want the apple --

Michael: You want the apple juice? Ok, here we go.

Donna: It just has to be. It just has to be. It's not fair. What's going to happen? What's Victoria going to do if something happens to that baby?

John: Vicky?

Vicky: Uncle John, I canít stand this.

John: I know.

Vicky: I canít stand this anymore. He doesn't get any better --

John: He will, he will.

Vicky: He just lies there. He doesn't cry --

John: It just -- it takes a while for the antibiotics to become effective.

Vicky: Oh, I know, I've heard.

John: 48-72 hours or so.

Vicky: I know, I know.

John: Look, it may not take that long. Just donít give up hope, ok?

Vicky: Ok.

John: Why donít you go in and sit down? I've got to make a phone call. I'll join you.

Vicky: All right.

Mac: Oh, John.

John: Hi, Mac.

Mac: I had to leave a little -- Rachel wanted to tell Amanda about Steven, so I drove over. Is there anything?

John: There's been no change in the baby's condition.

Mac: I was hoping there'd be some good news.

John: Well, one thing you have to remember -- that's Rachel Cory and Donna Love's grandson. In my book, that makes him a fighter.

Mac: He has to be now, doesn't he?

Stacey: Oh, Mac.

Mac: Hello, Stacey.

Stacey: Hi. I heard about Vicky and Jamieís little baby. I came right over.

Mac: Thank you. Oh, this is John Hudson, Victoria's Uncle. Stacey Winthrop, Cass' sister.

John: Ah.

Stacey: Hi. Nice to meet you.

John: Hi.

Stacey: How's the baby? Is it any better?

John: No, not yet.

Stacey: Oh. Poor Jamie and Vicky. I know exactly what they're feeling like.

Mac: Jamieís being very professional, but I know that inside he's really frightened.

Jamie: Listen, I want vitals every 15 minutes. I want those lab reports as soon as they come in.

Nurse: Yes, doctor.

Jamie: And if there's any change in his condition, any change at all, I want to be notified immediately. Understand?

Nurse: Yes.

Singer: Way who loves ya, baby? Who really loves ya, baby? Who's always been on your side?

Singers: Morning and night?

Singer: Ah, who loves ya, baby? Who really loves ya, baby? Who's going to see to it that?

Singers: You're treated right?

Josie: How am I supposed to know what to underline? I donít understand any of this.

Singer: Ooh, yeah ooh, yeah ooh ooh, baby who loves ya, baby? Who really loves ya, baby? Who's always been on your side?

Singers: Morning and night?

Matt: Oh, boy. I donít know.

Singer: Who really loves ya, baby? Who's gonna see to it that

Singers: You're treated right?

[Knock on door]

Singer: Who loves ya, baby? Who really loves ya, baby? Oh, yeah

Josie: Matthew.

Matt: Hi.

Josie: I missed you so much.

Matt: Oh, Josie, I only went to Chicago.

Josie: I know, but you were gone for two whole days. So, when did you get back?

Matt: Um --

Josie: Just now?

Matt: Well, I haven't even been home. Is something wrong?

Josie: No.

Matt: Are you sure?

Josie: Yes.

Matt: Then why donít you invite me in?

Josie: Why donít I invite you in? Come in, please.

Matt: Thank you.

Josie: So, did you have fun?

Matt: Yeah, yeah. The planetarium was kind of neat, and we had a lecture at the museum of science and industry. You sure you want to hear about it?

Josie: Yes. Yeah, I've been dying to talk to you about anything.

Matt: Did something happen? Something else?

Josie: No, no, it's -- oh, it's just this house and mama. Everything's been so sad since Uncle Jason died.

Matt: All right, well, maybe I shouldnít have gone, you know?

Josie: Yes, of course you should have gone. You had to. And besides, I -- I did some thinking while you were gone.

Matt: Thinking? About what?

Josie: About you and me.

Matt: Uh-oh.

Josie: You know, I donít know what I'd do without you.

Matt: Well --

Josie: What are you looking at me like that for?

Matt: Remember I told you that I had a little surprise for you?

Josie: No. No, I donít.

Matt: No?

Josie: Of course I do!

Matt: You better remember.

Josie: But you said that you had to wait for the right time to give it to me.

Matt: Yes. And I think this is the right time.

Mac: There's Jamie now.

Vicky: Oh, thanks, Mac. What happened? What's wrong? Something happened to my baby?

Jamie: No, no, he's stable. There's been no change.

Vicky: Are you ok?

Jamie: Yeah, I'm -- I'll be fine.

Vicky: Oh, honey. Honey, we're going to be ok. All right? We're going to be ok.

Jamie: Yeah.

Vicky: So, do you think he knows -- knows that we're here and we love him?

Jamie: Oh, God, I hope so.

Vicky: Me, too. Now, come on. You know -- you know, the good thing in all of this is that -- that we're together, and --

Jamie: Yeah.

Vicky: And you're so wonderful.

Jamie: I was just going to say the very same thing about you.

John: Hey, doc?

Vicky: Hey.

Jamie: Hi.

John: How's he doing?

Jamie: There's no change.

John: Is he on an I.V.?

Jamie: Yes, he's being hydrated.

John: Have the antibiotics brought the temperature down at all?

Jamie: No, not yet.

John: How about his respirations? Are they talking about a ventilator?

Jamie: Not yet, no.

John: Well, that's good, anyway.

Jamie: Yeah. Listen, I didnít know Mac was here. Or Stacey. I think I should go talk to them.

Vicky: Ok. I want to go in and see Steven again.

Jamie: Listen, I'll arrange that as soon as I can, I promise.

Vicky: Ok. Well, what makes you know so much about medicine, huh?

Jamie: Well, I used to be a "Ben Casey" fan. Listen, those antibiotics will kick in soon. You'll be amazed at the improvement.

Vicky: I hope so. I want to hold him and I want to love him.

John: You will.

Mac: I just wish there was something we could do to help you.

Jamie: Mac, just looking over and seeing you guys here is enough. Thank you.

Stacey: Isnít there anything that I can get for you? Something Vicky needs? A change of clothes, maybe, or something for the baby? Oh, I know -- how about some decent food? I canít promise it'll be that much better than here, but there's a good chance it might be.

Jamie: Listen, if I think of anything, I'll let you know.

Stacey: Ok, well, please do, ok?

Jamie: Thanks, both of you. Listen, I do have to go right now. I want to see if I can get Vicky in to see Steven.

Mac: Good.

Jamie: Thanks.

Michael: Mac.

Mac: Oh, hi, Michael. Hello, Donna. No, I'm sorry, there's nothing new to tell you.

Michael: Gosh, we were so hoping.

Donna: Hi, Stacey.

Stacey: Hi, Donna.

Donna: How are you? Welcome back.

Stacey: I'm all right, thanks.

Donna: I heard that you were in town. I'd like you to meet my husband. This is Michael Hudson.

Michael: Hi.

Stacey: Hi, how do you do?

Michael: Nice to meet you. Thanks for coming.

Donna: And this is our son, Michael Spencer Hudson. Say hi.

Stacey: Hello.

Mikey: Hi.

Stacey: Hi. You are a gorgeous one.

Michael: Can you say thank you?

Mikey: Thank you.

Stacey: How old are you? 3.

Mac: Oh.

Stacey: I never would've guessed you were 3, you're so sophisticated. Is that a football you got there? Can I see it? You know, when I was little, I used to throw quite a lateral pass.

Michael: Ooh.

Donna: Ooh.

Stacey: Even the fellas didnít know where it was coming from.

Michael: Ok, partner.

Stacey: Want me to show you?

Michael: You get to catch the pass.

Stacey: Come here.

Donna: Come on.

Stacey: Come here.

Mac: How are you holding up?

Michael: Uh, ok, I guess.

Mac: You and Donna have spent much too much time in hospitals this past year, Michael.

Michael: You can say that again. But --

Stacey: Are you left-handed or right-handed?

Michael: Jamie and Vicky -- they're the ones I worry about.

Jamie: Listen, you can go in and see him in just a little while.

Vicky: How soon?

Jamie: Well, they're taking his temperature right now.

Vicky: Has it gone down, Jamie?

Jamie: No, no, it hasn't gone down yet. Listen, I talked to the pediatrician, and they want to type and cross-match Steven for a blood transfusion.

Vicky: A -- a transfusion? Why do they need to do that?

Jamie: Well, it's pretty standard with a condition like this. One of us can probably donate the blood.

Vicky: Whatever he needs, honey. Whatever he needs.

Jamie: Now, donít worry about it. It's a pretty normal procedure. There's nothing to worry about.

Vicky: No, no. I'll do anything for him.

Jamie: All right. We'll just sign the consent forms. I'll be right back.

Vicky: I'll do anything. Just live, baby. Just live.

Michael: Mac, I was so hoping that this baby would be the beginning of a whole new start for them.

Mac: He will be, Michael.

Michael: Yeah. You ever get the feeling that one of your kids gets dumped on more than the other?

Mac: Actually, it's just the opposite with me. I look at how fortunate our children have been in the past and I just hope that doesn't mean that there's something really terrible in store for them in the future. Not that I tell them that, of course.

Michael: But you still worry?

Mac: You bet.

Michael: You know, I -- I leaned on Victoria pretty hard a while ago. I got after her for -- for not being responsible, you know, and I tried to tell her, "get on with life, get out there, do it," and she did. She just gets kicked in the teeth. Mac, if something happens to Steven, I donít know what I'm going to do. I donít know what I'm going to say.

Mac: It's not going to happen. It's going to be all right.

Michael: Yes, but if it does -- I was just too hard on her, Mac.

Mac: Look, we put our foot down because we think they need guidance. Then we find out what they desperately need is our approval. It's a no-win situation, so then you feel like --

Michael: Like a jerk, Mac.

Mac: You know, Michael, what you just said about you and Victoria -- I'm in the same situation right now with Iris.

Michael: What?

Mac: She did something that made me incredibly angry. When I called her on it, she just folded.

Michael: Iris is a little more fragile than most people know.

Mac: You know that about her?

Michael: Uh -- well, yeah. Just working with her lately.

Mac: Oh, yeah, helping her with her new magazine.

Michael: You know, she really thinks the world of you, Mac. All she wants is your approval.

Mac: Yeah, maybe too much. I mean, the slightest hint of anger or even disapproval from me is like a catastrophe for her. Matter of fact, I probably ought to call her right now and make sure she's all right, and to tell her about Steven.

Michael: I actually am surprised she's not here.

Mac: Well, she's probably avoiding me. I was really very, very angry with her. In fact, I still am. I simply cannot believe some of the decisions that she makes.

Michael: She's very impetuous, Mac.

Mac: Like I was just amazed to hear that she's been turning to you a lot lately -- I mean, you know, for help on the magazine.

Michael: Oh, right.

Mac: See, she never lets anyone tell her anything, so I donít understand it. But I'm really very glad that she's listening to you.

Jamie: Did you get a chance to see him?

Vicky: Uh-huh. I saw him and I touched his little hands. I touched his little -- his little toes. Jamie, I told him how much I loved him and I couldn't help him. I --

Jamie: Honey, that's the best medicine he could get. Listen, I donít want you to worry about the blood transfusion. At least it's something we can do for him.

Vicky: "Something we can do."

Donna: He's so restless, I -- he should be running around outside, you know? Michaelís been trying to reach Bridget to get her to come up and take him.

Stacey: Well, I'll tell you what -- why donít I take him out for a little while? There's a park right across the street. I'd be happy to.

Donna: Oh, no, I couldn't impose that. No.

Stacey: Oh, and, what, do you call me family or not?

Donna: I beg your pardon?

Stacey: Well, after all, I mean, your sister and my brother are getting married, so I figured -- what do you think?

Donna: Oh.

Stacey: Would you call me aunt? Yeah?

John: Go ahead, Donna. He's been cooped up all afternoon.

Donna: Well, all right. I donít know if he'll go with you, though. He May want to stay here.

Stacey: Well, what do you think?

Donna: Hmm?

John: Or me -- I'd go with him.

Donna: All right.

Stacey: Do you want to go?

Donna: Want to go with Stacey?

Stacey: All right.

Donna: Well, here's your jacket.

Stacey: Ooh, I canít wait to play.

Donna: Here you go. Give Stacey the ball.

John: Here.

Donna: Here's the jacket. Now, his hat and his mittens are in this bag here.

Stacey: Okey-doke.

Donna: Oop, here's your hat. Now, make sure that he wears these. He doesn't want to, but make sure that he does, and donít give him any junk, please. I donít want you to have too much sugar, and you make sure and hold Staceyís hand when you cross the street. Do you promise? All right. He thinks he's too big for that, but go ahead and make him do it anyway.

John: Have fun.

Donna: All right. Here's the bag --

Stacey: Ok.

Donna: And there are some extra toys here.

Stacey: Well, we're loaded up here. Grab my hand.

Donna: All right, you have fun with Stacey. Give me a hug. I'll see you in a little bit, ok?

Stacey: Ok, we'll see you in a little bit.

Donna: Have fun. Oh, and zip up his jacket before he goes outside.

Stacey: I will.

Donna: All right?

Stacey: Come on, babe. We're going to have a good time. We're going to go play in the park.

Donna: Get that look off your face. I'm allowed to be overprotective. I think of that little baby in there.

John: You know what I was thinking about doing?

Donna: No, what?

John: Going downstairs to the cafeteria, getting a cup of coffee. We haven't had a talk in a long time. Why donít you join me?

Donna: All right.

John: I'll even buy.

Michael: No.

Mac: You know, that's just another way that Victoria and Iris are alike. They both need a lot of attention.

Michael: And love.

Mac: Do you know there's almost no one else who knows and understands these things about Iris? How is it you do?

Michael: There's something I've been wanting to tell you for a long time, Mac. And I guess it seems like this is as good a time as any.

Mac: Oh.

Matt: There we go. You know, I -- I was thinking about this the whole time in Chicago.

Josie: Well, it must be some surprise.

Matt: Yeah, yeah. I knew it would be hard. I thought at least I'd have -- or I'd know what to say.

Josie: Matthew, whatever it is, if you donít want to --

Matt: No, no, no, I do want to, yes. Uh, it's just --

Josie: You look kind of serious.

Matt: Well, it is serious, good serious.

Josie: Well, you know, sometimes if you have something serious to tell someone, it's -- it's just best to come out and say it.

Stacey: Ok, you ready for the big bomb? Ok, here goes. Almost! Ok, now, what I'm going to do is I'm going to have you go deep. You know what "go deep" is? You're going to go out that way and I'm going to throw the ball to you. Ok, head on over there. Go deep. Run for it. All right, Franco Harris, turn around! Whoo!

Stacey: All right, hey, get the ball.

Jamie: Hi.

Vicky: Hi.

Jamie: Well, I see you got some hospital bilge. It's pretty bad, isnít it?

Vicky: Hadn't noticed. Jamie?

Jamie: Yeah?

Vicky: You think we should get a special nurse for Steven?

Jamie: No, Vicky. I think he's being well taken care of here.

Vicky: "Well taken --" come on, I go in there sometimes and he's all alone.

Jamie: Not for very long.

Vicky: Why canít I nurse him? Why canít I be with him all the time? I donít feel right if I'm not with him.

Jamie: Honey, come on. Let's go see him again.

Vicky: Ok.

Jamie: Come on.

Vicky: All right.

Donna: Thank you.

John: You should relax, try to take it easy. You donít look too good.

Donna: Thank you.

John: You know what I mean.

Donna: Yes, I know what you mean. You mean that I look awful.

John: No, I mean you look tired. You always look good. Does it bother you when I say that?

Donna: No. Not anymore.

John: Good. Vicky is a real fighter when it comes to that baby.

Donna: She's worried. We're all worried.

John: She'll be that way even when he gets well. She's like you.

Donna: Me?

John: Mm-hmm. I always felt that you needed an outlet for all that extra energy you had, and I think you've found it. You fight for your kids.

Donna: Yeah, I probably do it too much.

John: I donít think so.

Donna: Well, I donít know if Marley and Victoria would agree with you. At any given time, either one of them will be saying -- "back off" is the phrase I think that they use.

John: Well, that's sort of what I mean. I mean, either one of your kids can look you right in the face and tell you to go to hell. It might make you mad, but you donít fall apart and you donít try to take that away from them.

Donna: You think that's being a good mother?

John: Well, your old man wouldnít tolerate anything from his kids. That's why he tried to whip them into shape, but you donít do that. You donít pass that on. That's great.

Donna: Thank you.

John: You're welcome.

Donna: I love my children. I love being a mother. This all is coming from a woman who cannot cook a three-minute egg.

John: You do the important things.

Donna: Oh, dear. You should have a child.

John: I think it's a little late for me.

Donna: You never know -- you meet the right person. John? John?

John: Hmm? Yes?

Donna: Has that already happened?

Mac: Did you talk with the pediatrician?

Michael: Yeah, and I told him if he needed anything, anything at all, I'd --

Mac: Well, what did he say to you?

Michael: He said he needed luck, Mac. What am I going to do?

Mac: Look, Michael, why donít you tell me what you were going to say before.

Michael: Yeah, right. I'm sorry we got interrupted there.

Mac: You know anything you say wonít go any further.

Michael: That's not the point really. I guess -- Mac, it happened years ago. I didnít mean to keep it from you. It's just that --

Mac: Oh, hello, Vivien.

Vivien: How's the baby?

Mac: There hasn't been any change, Vivien.

Vivien: I'm sorry.

Michael: Thank you, Vivien.

Vivien: Mr. Cory, a Mr. Barstow from your office needs to talk to you ASAP, he said.

Mac: Oh, yeah. Well, couldn't Iris handle it?

Vivien: She's out of town.

Mac: She is? Since when?

Vivien: It's sort of sudden.

Mac: Yes, well, I can imagine why. Where did she go?

Vivien: Um --

Mac: She swore you to silence, right?

Vivien: Ahem.

Mac: Well, it's all right. Donít worry, I wonít make you break your word. I'll find out for myself. I'll be back in a minute.

Michael: Ok, Mac.

Mac: Excuse me.

Michael: Is there something else, Vivien?

Vivien: Two things. One is my tortellini with pesto sauce -- it beats this hospital food six ways around the middle -- and the other is this.

Michael: Well, thank you.

Vivien: Mrs. Wheeler wanted me to bring that to you personally.

Michael: Thank you very much.

Vivien: Good luck, buck.

Michaelís voice: "Dear Michael, I've gone away for a while. I have so many things to sort out, and I wanted to see our place again. If I had one wish, it would be to meet you again at the Sans Souci cafe. I suppose that's impossible. Please donít tell anyone where I've gone. With love, Iris."

Stacey: I tell you what, Mike; I'm going to let you go play by yourself for a little while, ok? So you can play with the football. You can go over there, but donít go too far away, all right? Ok, you're a good kid. Go and have some fun. Donít go too far, all right?

Man: Yours?

Stacey: So, what, did you follow me here?

Man: Hey, now, you have to understand something.

Stacey: Understand? What is it that I have to understand?

Man: I saw Fanny fire the gun.

Stacey: You did?

Man: Yeah.

Stacey: So you know that she didnít do it at point-blank range, right?

Man: Right. Look, she didnít mean to hurt anybody.

Stacey: Hey, Mikey, come here. Donít run so far away. Just play right in there, ok? Ok, good. So that means you're an eyewitness. So you've got to go forward. You've got to tell them what you know.

Man: I canít.

Stacey: What do you mean you canít?

Man: I canít!

Stacey: You say these things, and you refuse on act on it?

Man: Nothing would change! Nobody's going to believe me.

Stacey: But why? Why not?

Man: Donít you know?

Stacey: You're in trouble, aren't you? The police -- they're after you?

Man: Yeah. They are. You know, I donít know why this is so difficult. I can talk to you about everything else.

Josie: Well, I'm glad -- I mean, that you can talk to me.

Matt: Well, that's what I was wondering about.

Josie: What?

Matt: The fact that I can talk to you. You know, I thought being in love was supposed to make you stop eating, make you act weird. All I felt was great, and I didnít know if I was in love or not.

Josie: Well, what do you think now?

Matt: I think if you find someone that makes you feel so great, you shouldnít let that someone get away.

Josie: "Someone"?

Matt: You know I'm talking about you, how nice it is to be around you, and how I want to be around you forever.

Josie: Oh, I want to be with you, too.

Matt: Good. Hold on a sec.

Josie: What?

Matt: Ahem. Well, I thought that this might be nice.

Josie: Oh.

Matt: I hope that means you like it.

Josie: I love it. Oh, Matthew.

Matt: We are going to be together forever. I mean that. I'm going to make up for all of the bad things that have happened to you. And when we're older and out of school, I want us to be married. I love you.

Josie: I love you.

Donna: Victoria.

Vicky: Hi. Where's Mikey?

Donna: Staceyís playing with him outside. How's the baby?

Vicky: Nothing changes. Nurses keep kicking me out of the room. I canít stand it anymore.

Donna: Well, your father's on the hospital board. He could --

Vicky: Yeah, and Jamieís -- Jamieís up for chief of staff, and it doesn't matter who you are because the day nurses here donít listen to anybody.

Michael: Hey. Hi, honey. Any change, huh?

Vicky: No.

Michael: Ah.

Vicky: They are thinking of doing a blood transfusion.

Donna: A blood transfusion? Darling, you donít look well.

Vicky: I'm fine.

Donna: Why donít you come over --?

Vicky: Mother, I'm fine. I'm fine.

Donna: And just sit here, talk to me for a second.

Vicky: I'm --

Donna: You're frightened about the blood transfusion, aren't you?

Vicky: Listen, listen to me. If Steven needs a blood transfusion, he will get one. And I will deal with whatever happens when it happens, ok?

Donna: I just hope you donít have to.

Vicky: I hope I donít, either.

Michael: Jamie, is Vicky going to be all right?

Jamie: Oh, she's fine. She just feels responsible. We both feel responsible.

John: Why?

Jamie: Steven -- he arrived so suddenly and I wasn't there. I could've made sure the conditions were sterile.

John: Oh, come on, doc. Babies are susceptible to all kinds of infections. They haven't been around long enough to develop any immunities. Their defense mechanisms are less efficient, that's all. You know that.

Michael: Well, he knows that. How do you know that?

Jamie: Your brother continues to surprise me with what he knows about medicine.

Michael: You know, he saved Victoria's life as well as Sharlene.

John: Well, I'm just glad I knew what to do.

Michael: Did you get all that from being a corpsman?

John: I've studied a little medicine.

Michael: You what? Where?

John: When I was in Asia, took a few courses.

Michael: You never told me that.

John: Well, that's because it was no big deal, Mike.

Jamie: You thought about finishing?

John: No, no. It's -- it was too long ago. It's too late.

Jamie: Well, you know what, John? I started late and I've never regretted it.

Michael: My brother, the doctor.

John: Forget it, Mike. Listen, Jamie, I understand that you're up for chief of staff.

Jamie: Oh, yeah, yeah. I forgot all about that. Do you know anything?

Michael: Well, they had the meeting this morning. I stayed out of it.

Jamie: Yeah.

Michael: So did your mother and father, but I'm afraid the remaining members are leaning towards someone with a little more experience.

Jamie: Oh, yeah? Do you know who they selected?

Michael: Well, they haven't selected anyone yet, but actually they're -- they're considering someone that you know.

Jamie: Really? Who?

Michael: Russ Matthews.

Jamie: Russ? Hmm.

John: Is that the same Russ Matthews that used to live around here?

Michael: Well, yeah, but you donít know him, do you?

John: No, I donít, but Sharlene does. She was married to him.

Stacey: Well, all right, we'll get you zipped up. Getting cold out here. Now, this stick -- why donít you go find a whole bunch of them that look just like this, all right? Bring them back in a big, old bundle and we'll build ourselves a doghouse or something, ok? Ok. Now, donít go far too away, though. Stay right around here. Get some good sticks. All right, so did you do it?

Man: What?

Stacey: Well, whatever it is that they're after you for. Are you guilty?

Man: By your laws, maybe. Not mine.

Stacey: What is that supposed to mean? I donít understand.

Man: I donít have a lot of faith in the system.

Stacey: Why?

Man: Because it took one look at me and it decided what I was.

Stacey: Look, I'm a lawyer and I can help you out.

Man: Yeah, I donít think so.

Stacey: Wait, hold on a second. This is crazy. You have to be able to trust me. I mean, I'm -- Mikey, come -- your football's under there. No, wait, come here. Donít go farther than that. That's all right. Wait right here, ok, and -- here, I'll get it for you.

Man: So you want to build a house, right? Well, this is a pretty good stick.

Donna: Get away from my baby. Get away right now! Get away! Darling? Are you all right?

Stacey: Wait a second, please. It's all right.

Donna: You said you would take care of him!

Stacey: I know. I did.

Donna: By letting him talk to a stranger?

Stacey: No, he's --

Donna: Is this your idea of taking care of a child?

Jamie: Honey, Steven has been Time now. They're going to get the infection under control, and his temperature will start to come down.

Michael: You want me to give you a lift home, babe?

Vicky: No.

Jamie: That's a good idea, honey. You need your rest.

Vicky: I donít want to leave Steven.

Jamie: I'll get you a bed here.

Vicky: I cannot sleep.

Michael: I think I'm going to go get your mom, get her to lean on you for a little while.

Vicky: This is my fault.

Jamie: Yeah, I said the same thing.

Vicky: You did.

Jamie: But your Uncle John told me I was crazy. And you know what? He was right. Steven was born the way he was born. We did the best we could.

Vicky: I am not talking about the way he was born!

Jamie: What are you talking about?

Vicky: Me. The things I've done.

Jamie: Oh, no.

Vicky: I am being punished through my son.

Jamie: Honey? Honey, listen to me for a minute. Now, I'm being doctor right now, not your husband. I've seen this reaction before. It's much easier to blame yourself and to say the things that are happening to Steven is punishment for something you did.

Vicky: You donít understand. This is my fault.

Stacey: Look, I know that guy.

Donna: Why?

Stacey: Because he's a potential witness for Felicia. I'm trying to get him to trust me so that eventually he'll go to the police.

Donna: Lovely. You have your little encounter sessions away from my son!

Stacey: Mikey was in no danger.

Donna: You were ignoring him by questioning some stranger!

Stacey: I was not ignoring him.

Donna: You should know better. Come on, Mikey.

Stacey: Because my child died, you think I would take a chance with yours?

Michael: Hey, here you guys are. Oh. Oh, hi, buddy. How you doing? What's going on?

Stacey: Nothing. I'm sorry. I really am.

Michael: Hey, what happened? Honey?

Donna: He was talking to some stranger. It's --

Michael: What kind of stranger?

Donna: Well, he looked like a very strange person. He looked that way. I probably overreacted. I saw Michael talking to this -- this man, and it turns out that Stacey knew him. Now she's probably going to go and tell Nicole that I yelled at her and then --

Michael: No, no, it's all right.

Donna: Nicole is going to think that I'm causing trouble.

Michael: I donít care what Nicole thinks. I think you did the right thing. Donít worry about it. You -- you a little cold there, huh?

Donna: Yes.

Michael: Let me -- tell you what, let me give you this. Here. Here, put your --

Donna: Go to daddy.

Michael: Put your arm in there.

Donna: How's Victoria?

Michael: Uh --

Donna: How's Steven?

Michael: Well, Stevenís not any better, either. I think Victoria, though, would like to see her mom, so maybe I'll call Bridget and we'll get this little guy to Bridget, huh?

Donna: All right. I just want to take a few minutes out here to calm down before I go in and see Victoria.

Michael: Sure.

Donna: All right? You go with daddy, sweetheart. Ok?

Michael: You want to go see Bridget? Huh?

Donna: Go see Bridget. Bridgetís going to come and get you.

Michael: See you later.

Donna: What's this?

Josie: Do you know what a -- what a great guy you are?

Matt: No.

Josie: You always -- you always try to do the right thing. You're so caring and -- and so gentle. And as seriously as you take me and other people, you never take yourself too seriously.

Matt: Wow.

Josie: Well, I told you I did some thinking this weekend, right?

Matt: You know, what you just said made me feel great.

Josie: Well, you always tell me stuff like that. I've just never told you. I figure you know. I am proud to know you, Matthew Cory. And I am so happy that you love me.

Matt: I do. I really do.

Male singer: Your eyes show me the way to stop hurting

Female singer: In a world that keeps on changing

Matt: This is only the beginning.

Female singer: Love's been known to

Singers: Disappear

Male singer: But I've got to have

Josie: I canít imagine it could be any better than this.

Singers: Until forever this is for always if we're together nothing's gonna take that away until forever 'cause it was meant to be

Female singer: It's forever you

Male singer: It's forever you

Singers: And me

Female singer: Here is a heart that remembers

Male singer: We lost so much along the way

Female singer: Oh, we'll build a fire from the embers

Singers: Though the road's uncertain there can be no turning back this love has got to last until forever this is for always if we're together nothing's gonna take that away until forever our love was meant to be

Female singer: It's forever you

Male singer: It's forever you

Singers: And me

Female singer: I canít believe what we've been through

Male singer: Oh, baby yeah

Singers: You and me

Male singer: Oh, this love has seen it all

Singers: But nothing seems to break it I know we're going to make it until forever

Female singer: Oh

Singers: This is for always if we're together

Female singer: Hey, hey

Singers: Nothing's gonna take that away until forever

Male singer: Oh, oh

Singers: This love was meant to be

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