September 24 (newer ones towards the bottom)
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Dillon: You know
my life is seriously fuller having met you guys. Are we out of here?
Georgie: Like 10 minutes ago. See ya!
You going to be okay?
Georgie: I think so.
Well, excuse the hell out of me. Sorry I was just trying to do you a
favor. But, hey, you know what, go back to flunking your test. Or you
can say thanks right now and spend the day with me.
Ok, you know it's not really about knowing what to do its...its...you
kiss somebody because you like them and because you want to.
Yeah. I'm a total villain right now. I mean I don't want to see Maxie
get hurt again but I'd love it if Lucas gave up trying to get her.
Dillon: (Closes his laptop) OK Tell me
something. Why are you so obsessed with Lucas? The guy's lame. I mean
he's beyond lame if he doesn't realize that your worth 10 of your sister.
Do you think Lucas wants to be Maxie's friend? (Georgie looks away)
Look at me do you think he wants to be her friend?
Dillon: Maybe? Why? Because he kissed you
Can you believe some idiot left the keys in the ignition?
Dillon: What's the problem?
I'm right here.
Georgie: It's your bike?
Dillon: What if it is?
Georgie: Seriously cool
Dillon: You want a ride?
Georgie: Is it yours?
Dillon: You going to ask
Georgie: I don't care what
Dillon: Then let's go.
Dillon will you just shut up and listen? I don't just
want to be your friend.
Dillon: Oh yeah. I know, you use me for
kissing practice as well.
Georgie: That was also before.
Dillon: Before what?
Georgie: Today. At my house. It was different
from all the other times we've kissed. It was...it was real. At least...at
least for me.
Dillon: Well, yeah for me too.
Georgie: Right. So um if you wanted to
do it again sometime, that would be...that would be cool.
Dillon: (smiles) OK
Georgie: (turns around) Yeah?
Dillon: The thing about movies is every
great one has a great beginning. This, today, here, now...it's ours.
You need to get out of here now.
Dillon: OK (tosses bookbag on table) I'll
get out of here. Why don't you come with me? Let's run away together.
You and me. Right now.
You know, I don't know much. I...but I know that I want to wake up one
morning any given morning...and I don't want to know what';s going to
happen that day. But you know something? More than anything else, I
really think I want to look over and see you.
You're going to have to be patient. I worry
Dillon: There's no need. The only moment
that matters is this one. So use it
Dillon: I don't know. We're here. It's
up to you. What do you want to do?
Georgie: I think I want to kiss
All right. I can see that, kind of. I'm just not much of a reader.
Georgie: Most guys aren't
Dillon: Oh, aren't we sexist
Georgie: Why don't you deal with it?
Yeah I know how that is. In our family Maxie's it. Everybody pays attention
to her. That sounded really awful and jealous.
Dillon: No, I don't care how that sounded
I just wanted to know how you feel.
I don't think I can blame my mom or Mac because I don't
know...Maxie had this really, really rare disease when she was little.
She almost died from it, and um I guess she's more special than I am.
I wasn't even born in a hospital.
Dillon: What does that mean? The stork
Georgie: No. I was born under a table at
Luke's. There's a plaque there and everything.
Dillon: Sounds pretty special to me.
Georgie: That's what so awesome about you.
I've only known you for a couple months but I feel closer to you than
anyone else in my family.
My grandfather just wants to control me.
Georgie: Yeah but we did steal Kyle's bike
Dillon: Yeah and I'd do it again.
Georgie: You would? (Smiles)
Dillon: Yes. Yesterday was...it was amazing.
I mean, I haven't felt that good since...Boy I don't think I've ever
felt that good.
Georgie: It was pretty awesome, wasn't
Dillon: Yeah. I mean, we just...we just
rode. We didn't have to think. It's been forever since I didn't have
to think. It felt right.
Georgie: It was. But if you ever want to
do anything like that again you can't be stuck in jail.
Dillon: (Stares at her) That matters to
Georgie: Yeah. I want to see you all the
I know what you're going to say. I'm sorry.
Dillon: I just could not let him...
Georgie: Dillon, you are the bravest guy
I've ever met.
(Dillon chuckles and smiles at her)
Dillon: Thank you.
Georgie: You're welcome.
Would you just listen to me for one minute? You see where we are? (Takes
Dillon: Forget that, ok? Forget where we
are for one second.
Georgie: It's kind of hard.
Dillon: I know just (sits down on the edge
of the table and pulls her closer to him) go with me here, ok?
Dillon: Yesterday. You remember how warm
it was? The sun...it felt good on my face.
Georgie: I know.
Dillon: And we...what did we do? We broke
the speed limit, by like, 30 miles and you were hanging on tight, and
everything was perfect. I can't...I can't think of anything better than
what happened yesterday.
Georgie: Staying up all night was pretty
Dillon: Yeah. No adults, no parents telling
us what do do.
Georgie: I was free. I don't think I've
ever felt like that.
Dillon: And I was happy. You have no idea
how rare that is.
Georgie: I do.
Dillon: You make me that way, ok? (Kisses
her hand) You mean so much to me and I would do anything for you and
I need you to know that.
Georgie: I feel the same way about you.
Are you insane?
Dillon: No, I'm not insane. Listen to me...look,
look we get on the train, OK? We get to a hotel there, we can see about
15 different independent films that only get distribution in New York
City and LA.
Georgie: Yeah, yeah if you live to buy
Dillon: Would you stop worrying huh? (Kisses
It's volunteer work Mac, they don't really care.
Mac: I care. You need to start acting
responsibly like your older sister.
Dillon: What? You're kidding, right?
Mac: Get out of here.
Georgie: It's OK
Dillon: No, no it's not OK When are you
going to get that Georgie is 10 times as good as Maxie? why don't you
Dillon isn't a bad kid.
Georgie: You're right. He's wonderful.
I don't care.
...you know , I'm just kind of glad you showed
Georgie: No, you aren't. You still want to be
with her, even though she's a professional criminal. That's fine. Go
be with Faith. I'm not even going to try and stop you.
Dillon: What? Wait...wait a minute. Aren't you...aren't
you getting this here? I'm not...I'm not interested in Faith. I want
to be with you.
So, um, you don't hate me?
Dillon: And you might want to maybe possibly see
Dillon: Maybe even forgive me?
Georgie: Now that would be pushing it.
Dillon: Come on, Georgie you have to forgive me.
You know, I can't stand the idea of never kissing you again.
No, it's fine. You don't want to be with me. I
Dillon: No. No, I...I do, but i want it to be
special you know? I mean, just now, it kinda felt like we were trying
to prove something. i don't want to do that.
Georgie: Really, you don't have to say that.
Dillon: I'm not joking. I want...I want you to
want me. You know like I've always wanted you.
Georgie: No, you haven't
Dillon: Are you kidding?
...But, you know, there are a whole lot of things
in Maxie's life that she hasn't learned to appreciate yet and you're
one of them. Man, I don't want to fall into that loop. So I'll just...I'll
come right out and say it. You...you're special to me. Oh, hell, I'm...I'm
so lucky just to know you.
...I got a...I have a fun idea.
Georgie: Yeah? What kind of idea?
Dillon: The kind that gives us time alone. How's
Ok, but if we're going to go on our secret date
to The Cellar, than don't you think I kind of need to change first?
Dillon: Georgie, nobody's going to see you but
me and I think you'd look great even if you wre just wearing a trash
Well, does it have a happy ending?
Dillon: Are you asking me if, um, if the guy gets
Dillon: Well, then, yes it does
Georgie: I think I want to see it sometime
Dillon: I'll tell you what, how about I show you
wait Dillon's the one whose hobbies include grand-theft and breaking
and entering, Georgie.
Georgie: No, my boyfriend's not all doped out
all the time.
I'm saying I want to matter to somebody.
Georgie: Ok, all right, if you want to matter
to someone, forget about the Quartermaines and Lorenzo Alcazar. In case
you haven't noticed, Dillon, you matter to me. Not because you carry
a gun or you're some famous director, but because you're you.
Hey, how's the corporate raider?
Dillon: Yeah, I'm more like corporate office boy.
Look at that.
Georgie: You can handle it. You'll be fine, especially
if you have some chocolate chip cookies
Dillon: No way you came all the way here to give
Georgie: Yep. And for this (kisses him) Have fun.
You do realize that is the most romantic thing
Dillon: Fantastico is what it is.
Georgie: But do you realize one thing that would
make it even better? (Covers his mouth) Stop singing. (Kisses him)
Dillon: That's amore.
You know, most of the time you guys don't seem
like sisters but if she pulls this off, she's almost as smart and brave
Georgie: Do I need to get jealous?
Dillon: I said "almost".
Dillon: (Scoots closer to her) Nobody's
as great as you. Come here. (Kisses her)
We don't even know if it was her
Dillon: It's too big of a risk to take. Go get...go
Georgie: They're going to think I'm crazy!
Dillon: Go! Now! Hurry!
Georgie: Oh and what are you going to do?
Dillon: What DeNiro does...wing it.
You know, just to let you know, I'm a...a hideous driver. Hideous. I
ran over a bunch of parking meters with a Hummer this one time...ask
any policeman. It's really bad. It's really not a good story.
None of this makes sense. You couldn't have been with Faith the night
Elizabeth was hit because you were with me. I need you to look me in
the eyes and tell me that you slept with that woman and that you've
been lying to me this entire time.
Dillon: (Not looking at her) I wouldn't
call it lying.
Georgie: In my eyes, Dillon.
Well, you alive is pretty high up on my list of priorities wha can I
say? I'd die before I'd let anything happen to you.
Georgie: But if I had not run straight
to Mac and told him you were covering for Faith, we wouldn't even be
here. You'd be at home with the Quartermaines...if you didn't have me
to worry about.
Dillon: Hey, if I didn't have you, I'd
be completely, and totally alone. If I didn't have you, I wouldn't have
had that...that great night in that motel room where we..where we stayed
up and we talked about books and...and movies and life and it was amazing.
And I wouldn't have had that...that kiss at your house that just...I
wouldn't...I wouldn't have had anybody to think about while the fireworks
wer going off on the fourth of July. Being with you, Georgie is...is
so much better than being anywhere else in the world even if it's in
this barn just because I'm with you. You know? I love you. Cue the music,
sweep the camera, full out. I love you.
Now its your turn to shut up
Dillon: Uh...yeah, doing that, ok.
Georgie: I never want to forget what you
said because if I did then I might not be able to say that I love you
Well, how'd you see it? I mean, in your head?
Dillon: Ok. Um...New Orleans.
Dillon: Hot, thick, humid night during
Mardi Gras. We're standing on a balcony. You got beads all over you
and you're watching the parade going on below. I take your hand and
I pull you into, like, a little corner, like a little niche in the building,
and we can still hear the crowds celebrating in the background and I
just...I tell you I love you,a nd we have this perfect private moment.
Georgie: Wow. You weren't kidding.
I'm serious. Georgie means everything to me and you know, I don't have
time to mess around. I need to hurry. And if you can't help me I have
to find somebody else...
I'm just going to, you know, crawl into my locker and disappear now.
Dillon: Why is that? They think you're
Georgie: They think we're doing it.
I feel like the whole world knows I'm about to
Dillon: Oh, no, no, they're just trying to figure
out my hair. Ignore it, I do.
Ok, I'm going to tell the truth. Here's the serious
thing. Um, I need protection becasue there's this girl and she's really
smart and really beautiful, and she's counting on me, and...and I love
her and I want to make her happy tonight and I want to wake up wiht
her in my arms tomorrow.
...Mac is going to freak when he finds out you're not a virgin.
Georgie: I don't care. Dillon's all I ever
think about Maxie. Ok, he came out of nowhere and he chose me, not because
I was the prettiest of the most popular but because he loves who I am.
He respects me and he makes me laugh. He does this thing when he's happy
or nervous, where he kind of rubs the back of his head and smiles sideways.
It makes my stomach flip-flop. He's the one. I'm in love with Dillon.
It's not just words, I feel it. I want Dillon to be my first.
..."Her skin was soft and inviting, like
a peach, a ripe peach ready to be plucked"
"And within seconds, the two love-starved
teenagers were all over each other.
You are amazing and we don't have to do anything.
Georgie: I want to. It's just...you're
going to have to teach me how and show me what to do.
Dillon: I can't.
Georgie: Why not?
Dillon: Because this is my first time too.
I know you think I'm too young, by my friends have been doing it for
years, and I didn't jump on that bandwagon because I believe that making
love should be something special, especially for your first time, reserved
for someone that you really care about.
Mac: And you think that's Dillon?
Georgie: It is Dillon. I know that
you don't like him but that's because you've never given him the opportunity.
You just assumed he was some jerk like Kyle, and he's so not. Dillon
is amazing, and you'd know that if you just took the time to get to
know him. He's smart and kind and generous and funny. But (sits on bed)
most of all, he makes me happier than I ever thought I could be. He
thinks I'm special. He'd rather spend time with me than anyone else
in the entire world, and I love that. I can...I can speak with him.
I can share my deepest, darkest feelings and not worry about him judging
me. Even if he thinks I'm off the wall, he'll try to understand and
I won't give him up. Not for you or for mom or anyone.