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Another World Transcript Thursday 11/17/05
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...'Cause I'm dangerous, dangerous
Griffen: Well, hello, Frankie.
Frankie: Griffen, I didn't expect to see you.
Griffen: Hell, you might have.
Griffen: This is not a coincidence.
Frankie: And do you call it, fate?
Griffen: No, persistence. Ever since the winter fantasy ball I have been looking for you.
Iris: Well, hello, Evan. I said hello.
Evan: Not now, Iris.
Iris: The office is talking about your bout with Sam over Amanda. I am glad to see there is not any real physical damage.
Evan: There wasn't any.
Iris: So, what is next? Oh, are you in training for the rematch?
Sam: I should not even be talking to you about this.
Olivia: Sam, you have to talk to somebody.
Sam: Look, it is between me and Amanda.
Olivia: I can see how much you are hurting. Hey, hey--look, if you need a friend... it's gonna be all right.
Amanda: Hi, Mom.
Rachel: You all right?
["Silent Night" playing]
Amanda: Any calls for me?
Rachel: No, sweetie.
Amanda: Oh, I just thought, maybe...
Rachel: You have not heard from Sam yet?
Amanda: No, but I have a pretty ear.
Rachel: Well, why don't you go to him?
Amanda: No, bad idea.
Amanda: I think it would just pressure him--make things worse.
Rachel: Honey, you do not have to explain it to me.
Amanda: Good, because I really can't.
Rachel: Oh, honey. I know Sam loves you very much
Amanda: I love him, too.
Rachel: Well, then, that is what matters
Amanda: I know it matters, Mom. I'm just not sure if it is enough.
Matt: I'm supporting the economy.
Rachel: I can see that.
Matt: Dad wanted to take off, but I dragged him in here.. I knew everyone would be glad to see him. Wait till you see the stores! Ha--what do you think? Pretty nice, huh?
Amanda: It's great. Alli will love it, really.
Matt: Gosh, you know, what shopping for kids is. All you do is pick out all the toys you still want.
Amanda: Sure, Matt.
Rachel: Let me take your coat.
Mitch: I can't stay long.
Matt: It's delicious.
Matt: Yeah, it sort of has this funny texture that takes a while to get used to, but once you get that, it's--
Amanda: I tell you what, why don't I go get you some, ok?
Matt: Ok, why not? What's wrong with her?
Rachel: A lot on her mind.
Matt: Hmm, this family, I'll tell you.
Rachel: Well, did you buy out the shops?
Matt: No, no, no, no, no. We are not near house shopping experience. But if you are good and you come up to my room, I'll show you what I got for Josie. That is, if you won't let her get it out of you.
Rachel: No, I promise I will not let her get it out of me.
Matt: Good, it is a deal. I'm going to go check on the eggnog.
Mitch: It's good to see Matthew enjoying the holidays this year.
Rachel: It's nice that somebody is.
Mitch: He told me about his plans for New Year's eve with Josie. They sound nice.
Rachel: I can remember being as excited as he is at that age.
Mitch: Yes, I know the feeling.
Rachel: It is nice. He is trying to make it a happy Christmas for everyone.
Mitch: I hope he's not fighting a losing battle.
Rachel: I think he is this year.
Mitch: Want to tell me?
Rachel: Sam and Evan got into a major fight today.
Mitch: About what?
Rachel: Apparently, Sam had found some note Evan had written to Amanda.
Mitch: What kind of note?
Rachel: I do not know the details. All I know is Sam came over to the office and he took some punches at Evan.
Mitch: As if that is going to solve something. Was anybody hurt?
Rachel: Some bruises.
Mitch: I'll--I'll talk to Sam.
Rachel: Thanks, I have tried talking to Amanda. It does not do any good.
(missing a couple of lines)
Mitch: Ok, fine, fine. You know, Matthew was the one that insisted that I come in here, and he--anyway, I do not have to stay for the eggnog.
Rachel: I think it would be better. I will explain it to him.
Mitch: Before I go... ...I wanted to give you this present. Merry Christmas.
[Knock on door]
Matt: Amanda? Amanda, I know you are in there. I'm coming in. What are you doing, hoarding all the eggnog in here?
Amanda: No, nothing like that.
Matt: Hey, hey, what is the matter?
Amanda: Nothing, I am fine.
Matt: I hate to break this to you, but you are a wreck.
Amanda: I am not.
Matt: Amanda, you do not cry over nothing. What's it, Christmas?
Matt: I know it is hard with--without Mac here.
Amanda: Yeah, yeah, it is. But it is not that. This time it's Sam.
Matt: Why, what happened?
Amanda: Oh, a lot happened. All of it bad. And it's not over.
Matt: Why, what? Tell me, fill me in.
Amanda: Sam is still furious with me. We had the worst fight.
Matt: I'm sorry.
Amanda: I really think he hates me.
Matt: He does not hate you.
Amanda: You did not see him. You did not hear what he said. He came right into the office and he--
Matt: Amanda, why don't you tell me exactly what happened?
Amanda: I am scared, Matt. I'm really scared.
Sam: Listen, I should get going.
Sam: Where is my jacket?
Olivia: It's right here.
Sam: You're all moved in, right?
Olivia: Mm-hmm. Well, listen, I--I have a dance class, but I'm going to be free later if you want to call, talk some more.
Sam: I'm kind of talked out.
Olivia:: Are you going to try to paint?
Sam: What, now?
Olivia: Working usually makes me feel better.
Sam: I don't think it's going to help.
Olivia: Well, try. And if it doesn't, you can always call. I will be here.
Sam: I'm not real good company these days.
Olivia: You have listened to me so much. I would really like to return the favor if I can.
Sam: Thanks, I appreciate that.
Olivia: And remember, you can always call.
Sam: See you.
Olivia: Sam? What are you going to do?
Sam: What has to be done.
Josie: I saw you with Sam.
Josie: In his arms.
Olivia: He was upset.
Olivia: I was comforting him..
Josie: I got that part.
Olivia: Sam is my friend. I was trying to help.
Josie: Ok. Sam is more than a friend to you or--or at least you are hoping he will be.
Olivia: That is ridiculous.
Josie: Oh, come on.
Olivia: He is married.
Josie: Well, that never stopped you before, from what I've heard.
Olivia: Have you been talking to aunt Liz?
Josie: Ok, ok, ok, fine. Don't be honest with me. I'm just your sister. But at least be honest with yourself before you do something really stupid.
Iris: Yes, and everybody has a pretty good idea of why, too.
Evan: So what?
Iris: So it might compromise your effectiveness with the staff.
Evan: Iris, Sam is the one that made a fool of himself, not me.
Iris: Oh, and you parading your little affair around the office is not embarrassing? I don't want any gossip, and I don't want any negative publicity.
Evan: What difference does it make to you?
Iris: If it affects Cory, it affects me.
Evan: Why don't you give it a rest, Iris--
Iris: No. You, Rachel, and Amanda--work seems to be an afterthought with all of you.
Evan: That's not true.
Iris: Oh? You have not pulled off any major deal in months. You are so busy tutoring little Amanda.
Evan: That is because Rachel asked me to help her, so I did.
Iris: And you didn't get very many thanks, did you? She is furious with you. You know, I used to think you were really ambitious. I used to think that maybe we could work together, maybe again.
Evan: I work for Rachel.
Iris: Yes, but for how long? Particularly if that little situation with Amanda is not resolved.
Evan: It will be.
Iris: Perhaps not the way you want it to be. You know, I wouldn't interfere with your personal life.
Evan: And I would never work for you again.
Iris: That's too bad.
Evan: See, I don't like the way you do business, Iris. The lying in wait, taking advantage of the slightest little problem.
Iris: Don't give me that.. We work exactly the same way.
Evan: No, you and I are nothing alike anymore.
Iris: Oh, ho, ho--did I get a nerve?
Evan: Why don't you just buzz off? You know, you are really starting to bother me.
Iris: We are alike, Evan, you and I. We go after what we want and to hell with the niceties. It is such a pity that you are concentrating on Amanda instead of something that is really important.
Evan: I need a shower.
Iris: Oh, by the way, I never did ask you--what happened with you and Vicky Hudson? I told Amanda I thought you were the absolutely perfect couple.
Evan: Would you excuse me?
Frankie: Evan, where's the fire?
Evan: I'm sorry, Frankie.
Frankie: You ok?
Evan: Yeah, I'm great.
Iris: Oh, hello, darling. Are you here for a massage?
Lucas: Yeah, George is waiting for me.
Iris: Oh, do you know, suddenly I wish I could change places with George.
Lucas: Well, why don't you talk to the owner? I hear she's a regular broad.
Iris: I just might do that except that I have an appointment at Tops.
Lucas: Well, maybe some other time.
Iris: Yeah, I would like that.
Lucas: Ok, well, have a good time.
Iris: How good?
Lucas: Well, as good as you can without me.
Iris: I will struggle through.
Griffen: You avoiding him?
Griffen: Seemed like it.
Frankie: Call me crazy, but I am not in the habit of being chummy with my ex-bosses.
Frankie: Especially when I left under hasty circumstances.
Griffen: Makes sense.
Frankie: I thought so. You know Lucas, don't you?
Griffen: Not very well.
Frankie: I didn't get that impression the other night.
Griffen: The other night?
Frankie: Yeah, he warned me about you.
Griffen: Did he now?
Frankie: Yeah, he said you were a real Don Juan.
Griffen: Does that bother you?
Cass: There you are. We have to talk. Would you excuse us, please?
Frankie: You do not give me orders anymore, Winthrop. I do not work for you.
Griffen: Another ex-boss?
Cass: Just give me 10 minutes to explain, will you please?
Frankie: No, leave me alone.
Cass: I can't. I tried, Frankie--
Frankie: I can't hear a word you're saying.
Cass: Would you take your fingers out of your ears, Frankie?
Frankie: Oh, are you talking to me? I--I can't hear you.
Cass: Come on, Frankie. Would you please just listen to me?
Olivia: Josie, I don't care how it looked to you. Sam and I are just friends. You know, you're just like your mother--imagining the worst.
Josie: That is not true. I've seen you before.
Josie: I walked in on you and Sam at the wedding, too, remember? You two were alone in the parlor together. You were acting a little strange. Now I know why.
Olivia: Sam gave me a sketch. I got excited. That's a crime?
Josie: You look very guilty, Olivia.
Olivia: How could I look guilty? Nothing has happened.
Josie: Not because you haven't tried, right?
Olivia: I have to get into my warm-up clothes.
Josie: You know, suddenly this is all making sense. That--that warm, older, artistic, passionate man you described. That was Sam.
Olivia: What if it was?
Josie: He is a married man.
Olivia: That doesn't mean he's dead. He is allowed to talk to people outside his family, isn't he? Especially people who--who share his interests and appreciate his talent.
Josie: Like you do?
Olivia: Yes, just like me. Josie, you don't understand this at all. Sam needs support, and he is not getting it from Amanda.
Josie: He told you that?
Olivia: He didn't have to. She is--she is completely wrapped up in her own career. You should know what that's like.
Josie: Ok, wait. Do not try and change the subject. They have a child, you know.
Olivia: Josie, I'm not some home wrecker. I did not drag Sam over here. He chose to come to me. He needs me.
Josie: How much?
Olivia: There is nothing going on--nothing. Well? Say something.
Josie: I'm thinking.
Olivia: About what?
Josie: What I'm going to do.
Olivia: Don't do anything.
Josie: You really don't think I'm going to keep this from Matthew? Amanda is his sister.
Olivia: And I' m yours. You keep saying that you want us to be close. So here is your chance to prove it.
Josie: How? By helping you get Sam to cheat on Amanda?
Olivia: No. By keeping your mouth shut.
Rachel: We both know I can't accept this.
Mitch: Why not? I mean, I've always given you a present.
Rachel: No, since you've been married to Felicia, it's come from both of you. Look, she is your wife; she is my friend. We can't jeopardize that.
Rachel: Excuse me. Hello?
Iris: Rachel? Oh, I am so glad I got you.
Rachel: Yes, Iris.
Iris: I'm just on my way out to meet Richard-Richard Mallory-- and I wondered if you'd changed your mind about joining us.
Rachel: Why, I haven't even thought about it.
Iris: Well, I wish you would. He is so charming.
Rachel: I'm sure he is.
Iris: So, why don't you come then? Come on, it would do you good to get out. Please? Sometimes all you need is for someone to give you a little push.
Rachel: And this is the push you are performing?
Iris: Yes. Well, think about it. We would love you to join us. Bye.
Rachel: I have to go out.
Mitch: I hope there's no problem.
Rachel: No, no problem. But I'll be gone for a while, so why don't you and Matthew have a nice visit?
Mitch: Well, we didn't finish with--
Rachel: I think we did.
Rachel: It will be better this way.
Evan: Hey, Lucas.
Evan: Hi. So, who is minding the store?
Evan: Yeah, you and Iris seem to be spending a lot of time away from the office.
Lucas: Yeah, well, I make my own hours. And I try not to make Cory a battle zone.
Evan: [Chuckles] Yeah, I guess news travels fast--especially with a pal like Iris.
Lucas: Hey, Evan, I thought you were too smart for a scene like that. Certainly smart enough to know how to get what you want.
Evan: Who says I won't?
Lucas: What is it with you and Frankie?
Griffen: We were having a chat.
Lucas: Really? Well, leave Frankie alone. I do not want her ending up in the bay.
Griffen: She is not healthy for you, Lucas.
Lucas: Your remedy stinks.
Griffen: I have no plans for Ms. Frame. We just happened to meet here. I'm giving a lesson in a few minutes, and, in fact--
Olivia: Hi, lo--I am sorry that I am late.
Griffen: That is quite all right.
Olivia: Hi, Lucas.
Olivia: It will only take me a minute to change.
Olivia: Ok, I'll be quick.
Griffen: Bye. See?
Lucas: That proves nothing.
Griffen: You are so paranoid, Lucas.
Lucas: Stop following Frankie Frame.
Griffen: It was only a coincidence.
Lucas: Make it your last meeting with her, ok? I mean it, Griffen. Leave Frankie Frame alone.
Frankie: [Exhales] Ohm... oh--I feel a draft. Excuse me, are you going or coming?
Frankie: It is ok. Just close the door.
Woman: No problem.
Woman: My pleasure.
Woman: Excuse me?
Frankie: Do you mind?
Woman: Are you alone in here?
Frankie: I was.
Woman: But you are not now?
Frankie: Do you have anyone else in here--besides you, I mean?
Woman: Honey, I cannot see a thing.
Frankie: Well, I--really do not want to chat right now. I'm trying to meditate, ok? So if you'll excuse me. Ohm..
Cass: I need to talk to you.
Frankie: Would you let go of me?
Cass: We have to talk.
Frankie: Oh, get out of here!
Cass: No, after all of the trouble I went through--no!
Frankie: You are a total maniac, do you know that?
Cass: I've been called a lot worse than--hey, I love the look.
Frankie: Oh, get out of here! You cannot see me like this..
Cass: Lighten up, I already have.
Frankie: Oh, do not look at me.
Cass: You cannot avoid me forever, Frankie.
Frankie: Yeah, I can try.
Cass: Please, Frankie, do not leave.
Frankie: Hey, you are right. Why should I leave? You leave.
Cass: Now, you do not mean that.
Frankie: Oh, yes I do. Now go. And take all of your negative energy with you.
Cass: I am negative?
Frankie: Oh, positively. I can feel bad vibes emanating from every pore.
Cass: I hate steam.
Frankie: Well, it hates you, too, so go. Vamoose, be gone. It is only a matter of time before someone finds you in here and gets you arrested.
Cass: I know that, and in spite of all that, I am here--
Cass: ...Making a valiant effort to--what the hell are you doing?
Frankie: I'm trying to empty my chakras.
Cass: Your what?
Frankie: Chakras--they're energy centers in the body. There are 7 of them. Ohm..
Cass: Oh, those chakras.
Frankie: Mine are filled with hate, worry, tension, disappointment--
Cass: Well, then, by all means, dump away.
Frankie: ...Sexual energy--
Cass: Well, hold on. Let's not be too hasty.
Frankie: Would you get out of here?
Cass: That is a very unenlightened attitude you have got there. I want to be at peace with you.
Frankie: Oh, you do?
Cass: Yes, I do--very much.
Frankie: Everything out in the open and above board.
Frankie: Which is why you sent Derek to talk to me.
Cass: Would it have been a good thing if I had?
Frankie: I suppose it would be your way of reaching out, yes.
Cass: Oh, well, good, good. That--it was my way of reach-I did... did it help?
Frankie: No, as a matter of fact, it didn't..
Cass: But you just said--
Frankie: I do not like you using my friends to get to me.
Cass: What choice do I have when you won't see me, Frankie? I care about you.
Frankie: Oh, yeah, right.
Cass: I do, and if you would give me a few minutes, I'd tell you how much.
Frankie: Oh, you care about me. Until your next old girlfriend shows up or until Caroline wiggles her little tushie in your face.
Cass: No, no.
Frankie: Would you get out of here? I will call security.
Cass: You know you do not want to do that.
Frankie: I will do it if I have to. Now out. Ohm...
Cass: Ohm...[Imitating Frankie] Great, great--this is really terrific. Maybe there is nothing I can say to you, there's a lot I could do to you.
Cass: Frankie? Oh, Frankie? Doesn't that feel nice?
Frankie: Nice try, Winthrop. As far as I'm concerned, you are not here.
Cass: Oh, really?
Frankie: Really. Ohm... mm...
Cass: Come on, Frankie. Don't shut me out.
Amanda: Sam. I am so glad you're back. I was so worried about you. Look, come on. I know this has been a really rough day. We can talk about this, all right?
Sam: I am through talking, Amanda. I am leaving.
Matt: Hey, hey, hey, come on. I thought we had something good going here.
Josie: Oh, no, no. No more kissing.
Matt: What do you mean, "no more kissing"?
Josie: Because you are going to study and I am going to quiz you.
Matt: I made you promise to do that, didn't I?
Josie: Yes, yes, you did. It was right after the "my finals are very important this year" speech you gave.
Matt: Hmm, I said that, didn't I?
Josie: Yes, you did. Snacks?
Matt: Hey, great.
Josie: I know you concentrate better on a full stomach.
Matt: Let's see, a tuna sandwich, a can of coke, some potato chips, and you to inspire me--what more could I ask for?
Josie: Ok, you want to start with statistics? Want to get that out of the way?
Matt: Yeah, sure, I hate it the most.
Josie: Ok, ok. Want me to quiz you?
Josie: You want me to quiz you?
Matt: Oh, yeah, yeah, I guess.
Josie: You do not seem very into this. What is wrong?
Matt: I have been thinking about Amanda.
Matt: Well, I had a little talk with her today, and she was upset, crying.
Josie: She was?
Matt: Yeah. She and Sam are not getting along too well. That's all she'd say.
Josie: She wants to--to keep it private?
Matt: Yeah, I guess.
Josie: Well, I--I guess it is between the two of them.
Matt: Yeah, well, I wish she would just trust me a little more. I wish they all would. I hate being left in the dark all the time.
Josie: I know.
Matt: I mean, I am not a kid. I may be able to help. What are you thinking about?
Josie: I have to tell you something.
Josie: We promised each other no secrets, right? That--that we would tell each other everything.
Matt: Yeah, yeah, what?
Josie: The problem with Sam and Amanda--I know what it is.
Amanda: You are just going to walk out?
Sam: I need some time alone.
Amanda: How long?
Sam: I do not know.
Amanda: What about Alli?
Sam: Alli can spend time with me at the loft.
Amanda: Sam, please--
Sam: Look, we've talked about this over and over again, and nothing changes.
Amanda: Is this what you what?
Sam: None of this is what I want, but this is what I have got! I have got a marriage that's full of secrets.
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