Gary walks slowly outside. As he passes Wayne's open-topped car,
which is parked near the front door, he looks at it and then dumps
his bag in the back. He gets into the driver's seat and puts the
belt on, a smile on his face...
Inside, in the lounge room, Wayne demands, "Will someone
tell me what's going on?" Stephen retorts, "I suppose
you're going to try to weasel out of it by pretending you've lost
your memory again." Wayne stares at him and tells
him, "I haven't lost my memory. I picked up an old
newspaper yesterday and read about Liz killing Karen so I thought
I'd come back--" Stephen suddenly interrupts and says to
his brother-in-law, "You going to call the police, Gordon?
Maybe they can get some straight answers out of him."
Gordon, though, replies quietly that there's no proof yet. Stephen
snaps, "Come on, what more do you need?" but Gordon
insists that they'll wait until they find out who owns the account
the money was transferred to. Wayne looks at Stephen, a puzzled
expression on his face.
Andy is in Fiona's flat at the boarding house. He opens the front
door to find Helena standing on the step, and she walks in, commenting
as she does so that she thought he was out. Andy explains
that he's just babysitting Fee for a while. He then adds that
he thought Helena was with Nikos and her aunt, but Helena tells
him that Nikos is out and his aunt is asleep; she left a note
saying she'd be back later. Andy points out that when Nikos finds
she's gone he'll come straight over to the boarding house. Helena,
though, insists that he won't be back for hours. She
adds that she could make lunch for Andy, and Andy smiles, "OK!"
Helena goes and sits down and picks up Fee, commenting as she
does so, "Isn't she lovely! I hope you and I have a little
girl. I'd like a big family." The smile suddenly disappearing
from his face, Andy mutters, "Is that all you can think about?
Cooked meals and having children?" Helena retorts, "No,"
and Andy quickly tells her that he's sorry - it's just that the
girls he knows aren't very domesticated. Helena asks
if he means girls like Amanda, and Andy nods, "I suppose
so." Helena tells him, "I asked Jill about her. You
used to live with her, didn't you?" Andy agrees, "Yeah,
I lived at her place. We were just friends." He then asks,
"You're not jealous of Amanda, are you?" Helena
looks down, guiltily. Andy goes on sharply, "Look, you act
as though we're married - and even when we are, I'm still going
to choose my own friends." Looking worried, Helena puts Fee
down and suggests that perhaps she'd better go. Andy, though,
quickly tells her not to, adding that he's just a bit uptight
- Nikos sent him some wedding invitations. Helena stares at him
and Andy asks if she didn't know about them. He goes on that Nikos
had them printed up, and he doesn't like being pushed. Helena
looks at him and says sadly, "You don't really want to marry
me, do you, Andy?" Andy insists, "I don't want to rush
into it. We hardly know each other." Helena assures
him, "We don't have to," but Andy asks her how she'd
face her parents if they didn't get married. Helena tells
him that she'd think of something. Andy suggests, "Say
if we went away for a while... for a few weeks... away from everyone
who's trying to interfere...?" Helena smiles that that would
be wonderful! Andy tells her that it would at least give them
a chance to see if they really could make a go of it. Helena smiles
happily as she hugs him. He still looks worried, though.
Charlie and Katie have joined the others in the lounge room at
Dural, and Katie snaps at Wayne, "You can't just deny
it." Charlie adds, "You certainly can't. I
saw what was going on." Wayne cries at them, "I wasn't
even here," but Stephen snaps at him not to be ridiculous.
Barbara adds that he may as well admit it. Wayne growls, "For
God's sake. I come back to tell you some good news and I get treated
like some sort of criminal." Stephen retorts, "You
are a criminal." Gordon chips in calmly and tells
Charlie and Katie that he thinks it best if they go home
and the rest of them wait until they hear from the accountant.
Katie glares at Wayne, "I don't know how you can do it, just
stand there and... you really are low, Wayne." With that,
she and Charlie storm out.
Helena and Andy are sitting with Fiona in Fiona's flat, and Andy
is telling Fiona that he and Helena have decided to go away for
a while, adding that they'd like to be on their own; see if a
marriage could work. Fiona comments that it sounds like an idea...
She then adds that there's no way Nikos will let Helena go. Andy,
though, explains that he won't be able to do much about it - they're
going to have lunch and then leave as soon as they pick up the
van. Fiona murmurs, "I see." She then goes on, "I
certainly agree you need to get to know each other a little more."
Fee suddenly starts crying in one of the bedrooms and Andy tells
Fiona that she was tired so he put her down; she probably wants
to play again. He gets up to see to her, leaving Fiona alone with
Helena. She says to the girl, "You lied when you said you'd
slept with Andy, didn't you?" Helena nods and explains that
it was the only way they could stay together. She adds that she
knows it was bad; she's sorry. She goes on that they can't take
it back now; no one would believe her. Fiona mutters,
"No, I don't suppose they would." She then
continues, "Seeing as how nothing has happened between you,
I don't think it should until you're both very sure - and you're
going to have to tell Nikos; you can't just disappear again. You
have to call him from somewhere along the way." Helena assures
her, "We will. Thankyou for understanding."
Gary is sitting in a bar, a pint of beer and a sandwich in front
of him. He stubs out a cigarette that he's smoking, looking annoyed.
He's wearing an earring again. Dennis suddenly walks over and
sits down opposite him, and Gary snaps, "About time."
Dennis tells him that he's sorry for keeping him waiting - he
had to change the ticket so they can go tonight. Gary
just swigs from his beer, not responding. Dennis goes on that
he knew it would all blow up if Gary stayed there too long - but
he got out; that's the main thing. Gary mutters that he won't
be able to get his hands on the Hamilton money - they'll soon
close down on that. Dennis points out that he's got the
money from the house sale, though, and he asks, "You didn't
give the girl her half, did you?" Gary mutters,
"Amanda? No." Dennis tells him, "Have to be careful
tonight, Gazza. The cops might be watching the airport."
Taking out another cigarette, Gary mutters, "We'll get past
them. We've got to get another ticket first." Dennis stares
at him and asks, "Who for?" Gary retorts, "I'm
not going anywhere without Caroline." Dennis, looking shocked,
asks how the hell he's going to get her to come along.
Lighting the cigarette, Gary retorts, "No sweat. She's in
love with me." Dennis, looking shocked, repeats, "She's
in love with you?" Gary snaps, "If I can't
get the Hamilton money, I'll get Caroline's, OK?"
Wayne is sitting in the lounge room at Dural with Barbara, a
tired-looking Gordon and Stephen. He snaps, "Look, how long
is this going on before I find out what the hell you're all accusing
me of?" Stephen retorts, "You know what you've
done." Wayne, though, snaps, "I haven't got a clue.
I have been driving since midnight to get here."
Stephen mutters, "Oh, you drove, did you?"
Wayne retorts, "Yes, in my car. It's a big thing with four
wheels on it." Stephen goes on, "Then I suppose it's
parked outside?" Wayne retorts, "Well it's not in the
hall." He then demands, "Do you want to see
it?" He stands up and Stephen tells him, "Alright, Houdini,
you show it to me." The two of them head out. In the house,
the 'phone suddenly starts ringing and Gordon gets up to answer
As Wayne and Stephen step out onto the driveway, Wayne snaps
at Stephen that he doesn't know how else Stephen thinks
he got there. Stephen retorts that what he doesn't know
is what Wayne is trying to prove. Wayne suddenly stops
in his tracks as he discovers his car is gone. He mutters, "Odd."
Stephen asks, "What is?"
On the 'phone inside, Gordon says quietly, "Thankyou, Peter.
I'll get back to you shortly." He hangs up slowly as Stephen
and Wayne come back in. Stephen tells them, "It wasn't there,
of course," but Wayne insists, Someone's stolen
it." Gordon turns to his son and tells him, "The money
was transferred into an account which you opened last Wednesday."
Wayne stares at him and retorts, "I wasn't here
last Wednesday." Gordon retorts, "Peter just
called." Stephen adds, "I thought you'd have more sense
than to open it in your own name," and Barbara growls, "Bank
accounts are very difficult to open without identification. I
didn't think even you would do that. Not to your father."
Wayne stares at Gordon and asks, "What the hell's going on
round here?" Stephen asks Gordon if he's going to call the
police now. Gordon, though, says, "No. I'm not prepared to
press charges. He can't get his hands on the money now."
Stephen cries, "You're not going to let him get away
with it?" Gordon, though, retorts, "It won't help the
company if this gets out and it certainly won't do the accountants
any good. Also, Katie would get dragged into it and could be charged
as an accomplice." Glaring at Wayne, he adds, "I hope
you're pleased with yourself. I'd come to trust you totally. I
thought..." He then snaps, "Oh get out, Wayne."
Wayne, looking shocked, cries, "Dad, I..." Gordon, though,
snaps, "Just go. Now."
A few minutes later, Charlie opens her front door to find Wayne
standing on the step. She snaps, "What do you want?"
Wayne retorts that he has to see Katie. Charlie tells him curtly
that she's had enough, but Wayne, barging past her, retorts, "I'm
sorry, Charlie, I have to know what's going on." He heads
into the lounge room, where Katie is sitting on the couch. She
stands up as he demands, "Why did you lie, Katie?" Katie
retorts, "Me? You were the one trying to
rip the company off." Wayne goes on angrily, "When?
What am I supposed to have done? People keep talking about you
and me and computers and I haven't even been here."
Charlie snaps, "Stop it, Wayne, no one's going to believe
you. The truth known, you probably didn't even lose your
memory." Wayne stares at her and retorts, "Of course
I didn't. What's this about me losing my memory? The only reason
I stayed away was because I thought they wanted me for Karen's
murder." Katie cries, "Oh, Wayne..." Charlie snaps
at him, "Will you go home?" but Wayne insists, "If
you could just explain step-by-step--" Katie, though, interrupts
and cries, "Oh, just go away." Charlie threatens, "Either
you leave or I call the police," but Wayne insists, "I've
got to find someone who can tell me what the hell's been going
on." Charlie suggests curtly, "Maybe Caroline
will still have time for you?" Wayne stares at her and repeats
Barbara is standing behind the bar at Dural. She picks up a bottle
containing Gordon's heart pills and then lifts out a full ashtray.
She places it on top of the bar and mutters, "He's still
smoking." Gordon, sitting on the couch with Stephen, asks,
"What?" Barbara explains, "Wayne."
As she then goes to join her husband and brother, she goes on
that the whole thing has been very strange since he got back.
Gordon points out that he lost his memory, and Barbara says she
knows, but the cigarettes... the tattoo... the way the psychiatrist
said it was strange he hadn't remembered any likes and dislikes...
Gordon asks her what she's getting at, but she sighs in frustration
that she doesn't know. She goes on, "And then this
morning, Wayne claiming he hadn't been here for a month..."
Stephen snaps, "Course he was here." Barbara, though,
retorts, "Or someone else." Gordon, looking
surprised, asks sharply, "What?" and Stephen asks, "What
do you mean, someone else?" Barbara pauses and then suggests,
"What if the person who was here wasn't Wayne?" She
sits down, and Stephen asks if she's suggesting it's some kind
of imposter. Barbara points out that it's been known to happen.
Gordon tells her not to be ridiculous. Barbara, though, goes on,
"I know the whole thing's a bit far-fetched, but it's one
way to make sense of it all." She stares at the two men and
Gary knocks on the door of Caroline's apartment, but there's
no answer. Dennis is standing next to him and tells him that it's
obvious there's no one at home. He adds that she could be out
for the whole day, and he suggests they get to the airport. Gary,
though, growls, "I told you: I'm not leaving without her."
Dennis warns, "Fair go. What if the cops turn up to talk
to her about you?" Gary insists angrily, "We're waiting
here." Dennis mutters, "That's stupid. If we don't--"
Gary suddenly interrupts, though, and snaps, "Shut up. You
can rack off it you want to, but you won't get a cent of the money."
Dennis tells him that they should at least try and keep out of
sight and Gary agrees more calmly, "OK - but we wait for
her, no matter how long it takes." He walks off.
Katie is standing in the lounge room at Charlie's, looking worried.
Charlie comes into the room and comments to the girl that she
hardly ate any lunch. Katie explains that she's not hungry. She
then sighs that she can't keep that money that Wayne gave her;
she'll have to ask her mum and dad to return it. Charlie asks,
"Why don't you let me lend it to you?" but
Katie tells her, "I'd rather not. I don't know what's going
to happen with my work from now on." She then asks, "Could
you dial the 'phone for me?" Charlie assures her, "Of
course, darling." She picks up the handset and starts pressing
buttons on the receiver. As she does so, she tells Katie that
she should tell her parents about her co-ordination problem, too.
Katie, though, replies that she doesn't want to give them anything
more to worry about. Charlie points out that they'll
have to know eventually, but Katie insists, "Not if I get
better." Charlie, though, tells her that that's
just it: she doesn't know for sure... The 'phone
at the other end starts ringing, STD pips sound and Heather then
comes on. Charlie hands the 'phone to Katie, who says, "Mum?"
Amanda arrives back at the Morrell apartment. As she puts the
key in the door, Gary and Dennis walk up behind her and Gary says
a curt, "Hello, Amanda." Amanda turns to face him and
demands, "What are you doing here?" Gary explains
gruffly that he's looking for Caroline, but Amanda retorts, "She
said she'd be out all day. I assumed you'd be with her."
She then stares at him and asks in surprise, "How long have
you been wearing an earring?" Gary mutters, "A couple
of days." He then tells her, "We'll wait until Caroline
gets back." Amanda, though, opening the door, retorts, "Not
in here you won't." She walks into the apartment and goes
to shut the door, but Gary pushes it back open and she stumbles
backwards, dropping the bag she's holding. She cries, "Hey!
What do you think you're doing?" Gary retorts, "We are
waiting for Caroline."
A few moments later, Amanda is picking up the contents of her
shopping bag as Dennis stands by the bookcase. She snaps, "I
don't know what's got into you, Wayne, but you'd better not start
trying to push me around." Dennis tells her that he'll give
her a hand with the bag, but Amanda snaps, "Who are you?"
Dennis replies, "Mate of Gazza's." Amanda looks at him
in surprise and asks, "Who?" As Gary comes
back into the room, Dennis indicates him and murmurs, "His."
Amanda stands up and demands of Gary, "What are you doing?"
Gary retorts, "Making sure you aren't lying." Amanda
snaps, "Why on earth would I lie? She isn't here." Gary
asks curtly when she'll be back, but Amanda tells him, "I
don't know. We're not talking much at the moment."
She then goes on, "I think you're crazy for going along with
her. She won't stick with you--" Gary suddenly interrupts
and, pulling Amanda towards him, snaps, "Shut up. I reckon
you'd better make a few 'phone calls. See if you can find
her." He pushes her towards the bar as Dennis looks on in
Helena, Andy and Fiona are having lunch in Fiona's flat, and
Fiona tells Helena that it's delicious. Helena thanks her and
adds that at least Andy knows her cooking won't poison him! Changing
the subject, Fiona asks Andy when he said his van would be ready,
but Andy replies that it won't be for a couple more hours or so.
He adds that he wants to get the disco equipment in it before
they leave - he might be able to pick up a few jobs along the
way. Helena tells him that, when they come back, she can make
a proper Greek meal! Fiona smiles that it seems like
it'll be something to look forward to! There's suddenly a knock
on the door, and the smiles on Helena's and Andy's faces quickly
disappear. Fiona, though, standing up, tells them that Mrs. Longhurst
said she'd pop her rent in sometime this afternoon. She goes to
answer the door, but finds Nikos standing there. He immediately
demands, "Is Helena here?" Fiona, putting on a puzzled
expression, repeats, "Helena?" Nikos explains, "She's
not at the hotel. I thought she must be with Andy, but there is
no answer at his home and his van is not outside." Fiona,
looking hesitant, tells him, "As a matter of fact, you've
just missed them. They've gone away. They--" She breaks off
as Nikos demands, "Gone? Where?" Fiona tells him that
they didn't say - they said they wanted to get to know each other
a little better without any interference. She adds that they both
assured her that nothing would-- Nikos interrupts and growls,
"How can you believe that when it already has?"
Fiona glares at him and asks him if it's ever occurred to him
that Helena may have lied about sleeping with Andy. Nikos
retorts that Helena would never lie about such a thing, but Fiona
tells him, "Well, she has admitted to me that she did."
She then goes on that, if Helena and Andy are going to marry,
it has to be because they want to, not because he or
her parents forced them into it. Nikos asks, "You will show
me they have gone?" Fiona quickly points out, "You said
yourself Andy's van is not here," and she adds, "Helena
said she would call you from somewhere along the way." Nikos
tells her, "Very well. I accept your word." Fiona thanks
him. Nikos goes on, "When she calls, I may be able to talk
her into coming back." Fiona asks him why he doesn't just
let them go. Nikos, though, retorts, "Things are not done
that way." Fiona tells him, "They are in Australia".
With that, Nikos walks off, leaving Fiona looking worried. She
heads back into the flat. Andy and Helena are no longer at the
table, but Fiona calls out to them that it's alright - he's gone
- and the two of them emerge from the kitchen. Helena sighs that,
when she heard Nikos' voice, her heart nearly stopped. Fiona explains
that she told him that they'd already left, but she thinks he's
still suspicious; he's liable to keep his eye on the place for
a while. Helena cries to Andy that Nikos mustn't stop them from
going. Andy insists, "He won't."
At the Morrell apartment, Amanda hangs up the 'phone and tells
Gary, "She's not there, either. I can't think where else
she'd be." Gary suggests, "Maybe she's gone
across to the Hamiltons'?", but Amanda retorts, "I doubt
that. Aunty Barb's not talking to her at the moment and
daddy's probably there, too." Gary snaps, "There must
be some other place you can think of," but Amanda
snaps back, "I don't know. I'm not her keeper." She
then walks over to the coffee table, picks up her handbag and
growls, "I've had enough of this. I'm hungry and I'm going
out to get a pizza. You two can go get lost." Gary, though,
suddenly grabs her arm and, turning her to face him, threatens,
"You're not going anywhere. You'll stay here until
your mother gets back." Dennis warns, "Take it easy,
Gaz." Amanda turns to him and asks, "Why do you call
him that?" Dennis just replies, "Better do as he says."
Amanda tells Gary, "I am not going to be kept prisoner in
my own home." Dennis, looking worried, asks her quietly,
"Look, don't push him. Please?"
David is sitting at the kitchen table at the country house when
Mike and Heather come in from outside, Heather carrying 'Jamie'.
David comments that he thought he'd been deserted! Mike goes to
wash his hands at the sink, but Heather immediately snaps that
she's asked him not to wash them there. Mike replies
that he's sorry. Heather tells him not to wipe them on the tea
towel. She puts 'Jamie' in his bassinet as Mike tells David that
he's got to have a word with him about something: the greenhouse:
they're not going to be able to get it - there's been some problem
with the money and Katie has had to ask for it back. David, looking
assures him that it can't be helped. Mike goes on, "The thing
is, um, we're not going to make a decent profit from the market
garden this year without the greenhouse, are
we?" David muses that he'd guess not. Mike adds that they
have got to think about Jamie's future... David asks
him what he's trying to say and, sitting down at the table, Mike
says, "Well, look, I got a letter the other day from my brother,
Jim. He's got a mate in Queensland who owns a small construction
company. They're looking for a manager and Jim suggested me.
It would be a good job but we don't want to let you down - you
see, we'd have to draw all our money out of the farm to set ourselves
up in Queensland." H, sitting down as well, adds, "We'd
need a decent house with Jamie." David says, "Yeah,
yeah, of course." He then adds, "I suppose you want
to take your money out completely?" Mike assures
him that the last thing they want to do is leave him in the lurch,
but David tells them that they have to do what's best for themselves;
he'll manage somehow. He suggests that maybe he'll be able to
find someone else who wants to buy into the farm, and
Mike tells him that it would be good it he could. David
looks worried, though.
Amanda is sitting next to Dennis on the couch at the Morrell
apartment while Gary paces the room, squeezing an empty can of
lager. The 'phone suddenly starts ringing and Gary tells Amanda
to leave it. Amanda points out, "It might be mum," and
so Gary tells her, "Alright, answer it - but don't say I'm
here - to anyone." Amanda walks over to the bar
and picks up. Barbara comes on and says it's her. Amanda says
a nervous, "Hi." Barbara tells her that Stephen and
Gordon are in the study; she didn't want Gordon to hear her ringing.
She goes on, "I'm afraid there's been a bit of bother: Wayne's
been stealing money from the company." Amanda, looking startled,
asks "What?" Gary growls at her quietly, "Is it
Caroline?" but Amanda doesn't respond. Barbara goes on, "It's
all a bit strange. I just thought Wayne might show up there to
talk to Caroline." Amanda tells her, "He has.
He's here now and he's acting very strangely--" She breaks
off as, on hearing this, Gary suddenly pulls the telephone cable
out of its socket and grabs her, snapping, "I told you not
to tell anyone I was here." Amanda retorts, "Alright,
I'm sorry." As Gary grips her arms, she adds, "You're
hurting me." Gary, though, threatens, "I'll
hurt you a lot more if you try a stunt like that
again." He lets her go. At Dural, Barbara says on the 'phone,
"Amanda?" She hangs up, looking concerned. At the Morrell
apartment, Gary asks Amanda who was on the 'phone: Gordon? Amanda,
though, shakes her head and says, "Barbara." Looking
worried, Dennis suggests to Gary that they'd better shoot through
- if the Hamiltons know he's there, they'll have the cops round
there in a flash. Amanda says to Gary, "She said
you stole money from the company." Gary asks, "Does
she still think Wayne did it?" and Amanda, looking
puzzled, replies, "Yes. You." Dennis tells
Gary that they'd better get out of there. Gary, though, points
out that if the Hamiltons reckon it was Wayne, Gordon won't get
the cops in on them. Dennis tells him warily that they shouldn't
push their luck, but Gary insists that they'll be right. Dennis,
though, growls, "Like hell. I'm going whether you
want to or not." He then takes out the 'plane tickets,
hands one to Gary and mutters, "See you at the airport. Hope
you make it." Gary snarls, "You never did have
any guts, did you?" but Dennis retorts, "No, mate. Brains
- that's what I've got." He goes to walk out, but
Gary threatens, "Don't expect a cent from me."
Dennis retorts that you can't spend it in jail. He adds, "I'll
keep an eye out for you. Hope you make it." With that, he
goes, leaving a worried-looking Amanda with Gary.
Barbara is standing in the hallway at Dural, and as Stephen emerges
from the study, she beckons to Stephen to come into the lounge
room. He joins her and she tells him that she's just been on the
'phone to Amanda; she said Wayne's over there, acting very strangely,
and then the 'phone went dead; she tried to ring back,
but she couldn't get through. Stephen asks if Amanda said anything
else. Barbara tells him, "Well no, we were only
talking for a few seconds." She then suggests, "Maybe
I'm panicking, but something seems very wrong." Stephen tells
her, "No, I don't think you're panicking. I wouldn't put
anything past Wayne at the moment. I'd better get over
there." Barbara tells him that she'll come with him, and
she heads into the study to make an excuse to Gordon.
Amanda is sitting on the couch at the Morrell apartment when
there's the noise of a key turning in the front door. Gary asks
her who else has got a key, but Amanda replies, "Only mum."
Caroline comes in and Gary tells her menacingly that he's been
waiting for her. Caroline says she hopes there isn't any more
nonsense about going away, but Gary snaps, "You have
to." Caroline points out that they've been through
all that, and any interest she had in him is fast disappearing.
She walks past him, into the apartment, but Gary grabs her arm
and spins her around to face him. He warns, "You're coming
with me if I have to drag you." Caroline stares
at him and then pulls away. She goes over to the bar, telling
him as she does so, "I suggest you calm yourself
if you want to talk to me." Gary doesn't notice
as she reaches into a vase which is sitting on the bar, next to
a bottle of Bacardi, and puts her hand on the silver pistol which
is concealed in there. He retorts that they don't have much time;
they've got to get packed. Caroline, pulling out the weapon gently,
smiles, "How about a little drink to steady the nerves? Then
we can discuss it again." Gary runs towards her and snaps,
"You're coming with me," but Caroline suddenly
turns to face him and points the pistol at him. Amanda stands
up in shock as Caroline warns, "You know I'll use it if I
have to. And this time, there are bullets in
it." Amanda tells her mother that she thinks they'd better
call the police; apparently, 'Wayne' has been stealing money from
the company. Caroline smiles as she realises, "So that's
why you're so anxious to leave. Did you really think I was going
to go on the run with you?" Gary growls, "You said you
loved me." Caroline tells him, "I was very
attracted to you, Wayne, but I never made any commitment."
Gary snaps, "We're engaged, for God's sake,"
but Caroline points out, "You know why I did that."
She goes on, "Oh yes, I thought that, maybe one day, a relationship
could develop, but now you've made that impossible." Turning
to her daughter, she adds, "Ring the police, Amanda."
Amanda says she'll have to go next door, and Caroline tells her
go. Amanda runs out. As soon as she's gone, Gary lunges at Caroline
and starts struggling to get the pistol, growling as he does so,
"I'll teach you to pull a gun on me." Caroline pulls
away, though, and then lashes out at him, scratching her fingernails
down the left side of Gary's face, causing lines of blood to appear.
Gary puts his hand to his face and then grabs Caroline's hair
with the other hand and pulls her down to the ground. He then
hits her face and she drops to the floor. As she cowers there,
he growls, "I ought to kill you." With that,
he walks out. He turns to head down the corridor, but as he does
so, he bumps into someone coming towards him: Wayne. The two of
them both stop in their tracks, staring at each other in shock,
Gary still with blood running down his face. After a few seconds,
he runs off. Wayne just stands there and calls, "Hey!"
He eventually moves again and heads into the Morrell apartment.
Caroline is kneeling on the floor, and he asks her, "Caroline?
What's going on? I just saw this guy out--" Caroline suddenly
reaches out and picks up the pistol, which is lying nearby. Wayne
stares at her in surprise and asks her what she's doing. Caroline
points it at him and snaps, "Don't." Wayne
starts walking towards her and points out, "It's me.
Wayne." Looking terrified, Caroline suddenly fires
the pistol and Wayne falls to the floor...