JENNIFER: What do you want Jack?
SCENE ONE: JENNIFER VISITS SALLY AND HER
NEW BABY, HANNAH, IN HOSPITAL. JENNIFER TELLS SALLY, THAT SHE
WILL BE A GREAT MOTHER. WHILE JENNIFER IS VISITING, JACK APPEARS
AT THE DOOR AND BECKONS JENNIFER TO COME OUTSIDE.
JACK: You and I have got to talk.
HE PUTS HIS ARM AROUND HER AS THEY WALK AWAY.
THEY GO TO THE DOCTOR'S LOUNGE.
JENNIFER: Jack when are you going to tell me what's going
JACK: When we're alone.
JACK SEES A NURSE POURING COFFEE.
JACK: Excuse me, were you just leaving?
NURSE: I was just about to.
JACK: Could you speed it up? We need a little privacy. Thank
NURSE: This is the staff lounge.
JACK: Yeah. Ah.... don't forget the door.
THE NURSE LEAVES.
JENNIFER: I don't believe you Jack.
JACK: I did it for you. Look I've got some bad news.
JENNIFER: Don't tell me. I'm fired?
JACK: No. This is about Sally.
JENNIFER: What about Sally?
JACK: Well, I just talked to the warden at Reinhart. She
can't keep that baby.
JENNIFER: They can't do that Jack. This baby means everything
JACK: They didn't care about that. The minute that Sally
goes into jail, it's bye, bye baby.
JENNIFER: Don't tell me what I can't do Jack.
JACK: You've got to be crazy if you think you're going to
JENNIFER: I'm not going to let them take this baby. It would
JACK: Well, as far as the state's concerned that's one less
felon in the world.
JENNIFER: Oh, that's a really nice thing to say.
JACK: What am I supposed to do? Wring my hands and say a
few sympathetic words. That will not stop the inevitable.
JENNIFER: The only reason you're saying this is because
you don't really care.
JACK: Did I ever say I was Mother Teresa? Look, I'm not
into picking up strays. If you are then you have to be prepared
to right off a few lost causes.
JENNIFER: I have no intention of writing Sally and her baby
JACK: You have no choice. Think about it this way. Prison
is no place for a baby.
JENNIFER: Prison is no place for Sally. She doesn't belong
there. She needs her baby and that baby needs her.
JACK: And the state needs three years from Sally and they're
not going to stop until they get it.
JENNIFER: They are not going to take this baby. I won't
JACK: There is no way you can stop them.
JENNIFER: Oh, yeah, Jack. Watch me!
JENNIFER STORMS OFF. JACK SAYS NOTHING BUT SHRUGS, HE SEEMS
A LITTLE IMPRESSED BY HER SPUNK.
JENNIFER: Look, if you'd just listen to me, I'm sure I could
convince.... (Beat) Yes, I understand. Thank you.
SCENE TWO: A SHORT TIME LATER JENNIFER
IS ON THE PHONE IN THE HOSPITAL WHEN JACK WALKS UP.
|Again Jack says no to Jennifer
wanting to do a series on Sally & Hannah;
2:50 Min; 6.4 Meg
SHE HANGS UP.
JACK: Talking to the warden huh?
JACK: She blew you off?
JENNIFER: More or less.
JACK: I could've told you it would be a waste of time.
JENNIFER: Well, it's my time so I can do whatever I want
with it, right?
JACK: I think you're forgetting who you're talking to.
JENNIFER: Look, Jack I put in a whole day's work at the
JACK: Huh, uh. Where were you today?
JENNIFER: This is work, Jack.
JACK: There's no story here.
JENNIFER: I want to write another article about Sally.
JACK: Forget it!
JENNIFER: Alright, we'll make it an editorial. When people
find out that they want to take her baby, they'll be up in arms.
JACK: Then yawn and they'll turn to Sports.
JENNIFER: Everbody's not like that. They're all not like....
JACK: I think you forgot who I am again.
JENNIFER: I want to write this editorial.
JENNIFER: Jack, if I do a good job we could pressure the
warden to let Sally keep Hannah.
JACK: I run the newspaper, not the welfare service.
JENNIFER: I understand. I know that.
JACK: Well, you don't show it. You're never going to last
long in this business if you keep getting emotionally wrapped up
in every sob story that comes along.
JENNIFER: This is not just a story. This is a person.
JACK: And you're not just a social worker, you are a reporter.
JENNIFER: Then let me do my job.
JACK: A reporter has to be objective about every story
the reporter writes. You can't get wrapped up in every little thing.
Today it's Sally, tomorrow it's some other person with some sad
little story. And in the end it all ends up on the bottom of some
That's really what you think isn't it?
JACK: Well, feel free to quote me.
JENNIFER: Please let me write this editorial.
JACK: At the risk of repeating myself, no.
JENNIFER: Why not?
JACK: Well, in the first case, I'm not going to give an
opinion piece to a cub reporter.
JENNIFER: I'll do a good job.
JACK: That's beside the point. And you also realize that
your first piece got no response at all. Oh, yeah sure, you got
a couple of nice little phone calls and two donations to the cause.
One from Calliope.
JENNIFER: What's wrong with that?
JACK: Oh, come on. That woman weeps over every sad story,
every little letter that comes in. It's barely a barometer for public
opinion and sympathy.
JENNIFER: I won't let you take this story from me Jack.
(Beat) I'm going to write this editorial and I'm going to prove
to you that you don't have to be cold hearted and selfish to be
a good reporter.
JACK: Not on my time.
JENNIFER: If it's on my time, will you print it?
JACK: Hmm.... probably not.
JENNIFER: Oh, yes you will, cause I'm going to make it so damn
good, you don't have any choice.
JENNIFER STORMS OUT. JACK THE SECOND TIME IN
A DAY SEEMS IMPRESSED BY JENNIFER'S RESOLVE.
JACK: Go for it.
SCENE ONE: JACK IS READING THE HEADLINE OF THE
SALEM INTRUDER WHICH READS: M.I.A. RETURNS TO CLAIM BRIDE. HE
IS ON THE PHONE WHEN JENNIFER WALKS IN.
JACK: Like it? Oh, yes I love it. Oh, yes, oh exactly what
I wanted. Yes. Huh, uh, right, yeah. Ah, look I will talk to you later
about this. Thank you very much, goodbye.
JACK HIDES THE PAPER.
JENNIFER: I'm sorry to interrupt you Jack.
JACK: What can I do for you?
JENNIFER: I want you to look at this. But I want you to
have an open mind.
JACK: We already discussed this.
JENNIFER: I know but I was up all night working on it.
JACK: Editorials are not your job. I explained that to you.
JENNIFER: You did but I thought if I could write something
powerful enough, they would let Sally keep her baby. But you have
to approve it. Can't you reconsider?
JACK LOOKS AT HER, HIS EXPRESSION HARD TO INTERPRETE.
SCENE TWO: A SHORT TIME LATER, JACK
IS READING THE ARTICLE.
JENNIFER: What do you think?
JACK: I think you shouldn't be writing editorials.
JENNIFER: I know Jack but I have to do something to help
Sally keep her baby. I thought if it was good enough you'd let it
go to press.
JACK: It is definitely good enough. It is more than good
enough. One of these days you're going to be a very good writer.
JENNIFER: Then you'll print it. I mean if the paper comes
out in support of Sally the authorities might let her keep it--
JACK: (Pointing at her to stop her from saying more. No.
Stop. We are not running it.
JENNIFER: Well, why not. You just said it was good Jack.
JACK: It's good but it's not in the keeping of the editorial
policy of this paper.
JENNIFER: I thought the editorial page was supposed to be
JACK: A forum for the ideas, the philosophies if you will,
of the publishers. At this time it is not our feeling or
position that women in prison should keep their infant children
JENNIFER: Jack, the baby's not going to know that she's in
prison, all she's gonna know that she is with her mother!
JACK: Look, you did your best to help your friend. That's
really great, now forget it!
JACK TURNS AND SIPS HIS COFFEE.
You know Jack, I thought you of all people would be sympathetic.
JACK: (Stops drinking and turns towards her) Meee?!
JENNIFER: You were taken from your mother when you were a baby!
JACK IS AFFECTED BY THIS, AND SAYS NOTHING.
JENNIFER: (Cont.) How can you stand by and refuse to help Sally
and her baby!
JACK: (Trying brush off what she said) Haa, look, I....
I have made my decision and it stands.
JENNIFER: Alright then I guess I have to figure out a way
to tell her because she wants to go to prison with the baby when
she leaves hospital.
JACK: Look, I have people to answer too. Subscribers, advertisers.
I cannot just reverse a policy decision.
JENNIFER: Alright. You're right.
JACK: Wa.... wait, wait. (Beat) Um.... look, now there actually
was one of our readers who was very moved by this predicament that
Sally's in. And this reader made a donation of $250. So I want you
to go down to payroll and get that money and buy some blankets and....
I.... you know, whatever newborn babies need.
JENNIFER: Well, this one needs a good lawyer.
JACK: Right, well, just go down to payroll and tell them
that I authorized it, okay. And get Sally whatever her baby wants.
JENNIFER: Yeah, I'll do that.
JENNIFER LEAVES THE OFFICE AND JACK, JACK SEEMS MOVED
BY WHAT JENNIFER HAS SAID AND PICKS UP THE PHONE.
JACK: Payroll. This is Mr. Deveraux. Yes, I would like to
make a cash disbursement.
SCENE THREE: JENNIFER IS
VISITING SALLY IN HOSPITAL.
SALLY: Oh, look at all this adorable stuff. Jennifer I can't
believe everything you're doing for me.
JENNIFER: Oh, come on. All I did was go to the store and
pick it out. Jack said a reader sent in a donation.
SALLY: And you don't believe that.
JENNIFER: No. I think Jack made the donation.
SALLY: Oh, It's a really nice thing for him to do. These
outfits are really going to look beautiful on Hannah. You know having
her with me is going to make the next three years go by pretty fast.
JENNIFER: Sally, there's something I have to tell you....
SALLY: You know one of the nurses told me she saw one of
those talk shows about mothers having their babies with them in
JENNIFER: Hmmm uh.
SALLY: You'll be just fine baby doll. Just fine.
JENNIFER: Well, that's.... I wanted to talk to you about
that. There's something....
SALLY: What? (Beat) Oh, just look. My sweet baby. (Beat)
I'm sorry, you were going to say something.
JENNIFER: Oh, never mind, it can wait.
SCENE ONE: MEANWHILE JACK IS SITTING IN ve'S OFFICE
WITH HIS FEET ON THE DESK.
JACK: I am going to redecorate this place first thing. Big
windows, skylights, the works. Power red! Diana I've just got to thank
you so much for running away. It was touch and go for a minute but
I am sure when you come back, all embarrassed and blue, I will be
able to talk you into letting me take over....
ROMAN BARGES IN THE OFFICE HOLDING A COPY OF THE
ROMAN: You planned this didn't you?
JACK: Roman, Roman. No, I didn't. What are you talking about?
ROMAN GRABS JACK AND PUSHES
HIM UP AGAINST THE WALL.
ROMAN: Don't you give me that man. I'm going to jam this rag
right down your throat.
JACK: No I promise you. I didn't do anything. I wouldn't
wipe my.... my feet on The Intruder.
ROMAN: Well, you tell me something Jack. Where did they
get this information eh? Where did they get this photo, eh?
JACK: I don't know. All I know is that I didn't do it.
ROMAN: Damn it with you, Deveraux. I don't believe a thing
that comes out of your mouth. You know why? Cause you set this up.
JACK: I'm telling you. I feel as bad about what happened
to Diana as you do.
ROMAN: How do you feel about this?
ROMAN PUNCHES JACK.
ROMAN: Now, you listen to me. You so much as hurt Diana, you
so much as make her a little bit uncomfortable, you and me are really
going to dance Jack. You got that? You got that man?
JACK: Yes, yes. I got it.
ROMAN: I mean it. You stay out of our lives man.
JACK: Okay. Okay, Roman. You'll have to pay for doing that
now. You'll have to pay. You owe me.
SCENE TWO: JENNIFER IS STILL
WITH SALLY WHEN JACK ARRIVES TO TALK TO HER.
GUARD: Where do you think you're going?
JACK: Oh, I'm a member of the family. I'm just visiting.
GUARD: No, you're going to have to be cleared.
JENNIFER HEARS JACK AT THE DOOR.
JACK: Well, I'm on the board. I clear myself.
GUARD: Can I see ID?
JENNIFER: Sally I'll be right back. Just rest okay?
JACK: You really want my ID don't you? You know who I am?
JENNIFER: Jack what are you doing here?
GUARD: That's what I'd like to know. I told him he had to
be cleared before he could go in.
JACK: I was here for a board meeting. And I was! And I thought
it wouldn't hurt me to go by and check out.... well, how is the
baby and the mother?
JENNIFER: Sally's ecstatic and the baby's doing great.
(Noticing Jack's bloodied lip) What happened to your face Jack?
JACK: Oh, this. Oh, nothing. You should have seen the other
guy. No, no. Don't change the subject on me. I'm serious. What happened?
You didn't tell her did you?
JENNIFER: Jack I tried. How do you tell a brand new mother
that her baby is going to be ripped out of her arms when this baby
is the world to her? It's so unfair.
JACK: Look life is unfair. But rules are rules.
JENNIFER: It's that simple to you isn't it?
JACK: It's not.... it's not that it's simple. I mean I'm
sorry but I wish there was something I could do to help.
JENNIFER: Do you? If you really want to help Jack, forget
about buying the baby new baby clothes and use your money and influence
to help keep Sally and Hannah together. That's the only thing you
can do to help.
JENNIFER WALLKS OFF, LEAVING JACK TO THINK ABOUT WHAT SHE
HAS JUST SAID.
SCENE ONE: A FEW DAYS LATER JENNIFER IS WAITING OUTSIDE
SALLY'S ROOM WHEN JACK ARRIVES.
JACK: Well, I guess this is the place to be huh?
JENNIFER GLARES AT HIM, NOT IMPRESSED BY HIS JOKE.
JACK: (Cont.) Sorry.... I'm sorry. How is she?
JENNIFER: I don't know. I haven't gone in yet.
JACK: Why not?
JENNIFER: You know. I mean I want to be the one to tell
her this. That she can't keep this baby but I don't know how.
JACK: It's easy. You just tell her.
JENNIFER: It's not that easy Jack.
JACK: Okay, you don't tell. So which is worse? Being surprised
or knowing about it before it happens.
JENNIFER: They're both bad.
JACK: Welcome to the world, Jennifer.
JENNIFER: She put everything on the line for her baby. It's
the only hope that she has left and I don't want to be the one to
tell her this but she has to know. It's not right.
JACK LOOKS BOTHERED BY THIS, AS IF HE HAS SOME BAD NEWS, AND
DOES NOT KNOW HOW TO TELL HER. HE SEEMS TO QUICKLY CHANGE THE
JACK: Ah.... look did I tell you about your story about
Kimberly's radio show? It's going to be in the Sunday paper. Cover
JENNIFER: Thanks. That's great.
JACK: We all liked it. We all thought it was very good.
(Beat) Well, don't get all cheerful on me. I mean this is only your
career we're talking about here.
JENNIFER: I'm sorry. I am.
JACK: Well, don't be sorry either. Look, actually I need to
make some cuts in it but I'd like your input if you've got the time.
Maybe we could take a walk and talk about it and you can.... er....
well you could think of something to say to you know who.
JENNIFER: Maybe I will. I mean I'm not doing any good standing
JACK: Alright, walk this way.
JENNIFER: Jack you didn't have to walk me all the way back.
SCENE TWO: JACK AND JENNIFER RETURN.
|Jennifer has to tell Sally the
truth, Jack tries to make her feel better;
55 sec; 2 Meg
JACK: Oh, that's alright. I'm not such a bad guy on Wednesdays.
It's my day off. But that's a secret. Don't spread that around the
JENNIFER: I guess if I'm going to do this....
Well, when.... you know I wish I had some words of wisdom for you.
But Jennifer, I'm all out.
JENNIFER: Thanks Jack.
JACK: Wait a minute, wait a minute, I got something. Wait
right here. This always works. I want you to take a deep breath.
JENNIFER: Oh, Jack.
JACK: No, no. It really works, okay. Ready? Huuuuuuuu aaaaaaaaaaah,
huuuuuuuuuu, aaaaaaaaah. Huh? (Beat) Hmmm, strike two for me eh?
JENNIFER: Here goes.
JACK: Jennifer.... ah.... good luck.
JENNIFER GIVES HIM A MYSTIFIED LOOK AS SHE GOES INTO
SCENE THREE: SALLY IS HOLDING
THE BABY WHEN JENNIFER GOES IN AND SHE GIVES HER TO JENNIFER FOR
A MINUTE. JENNIFER HANDS BACK THE BABY AND THEN TELLS SALLY THAT
SOCIAL SERVICES ARE GOING TO TAKE THE BABY AWAY. JACK WATCHES THROUGH
THE DOOR. SALLY STARTS TO CRY AND HOLD THE BABY TIGHT. JENNIFER
VOWS TO BE THERE FOR SALLY AND THAT SHE WILL CONTINUE TO FIGHT TO
KEEP THEM TOGETHER. JENNIFER LEAVES.
SCENE ONE: THE NEXT DAY JENNIFER IS WITH SALLY AS
THEY WAIT FOR THE AUTHORITIES TO TAKE THE BABY. JENNIFER GETS TEARS
IN HER EYES AS SALLY SAYS GOODBYE TO THE BABY.
GUARD: Sally it's time.
SALLY: No, not yet.
JENNIFER: Wait a minute. I'll be right back. (To guard) Can't
you give her a minute please. At least until the people come to take
her away. Please. Please just have a heart. Can't you stall them until
JACK WATCHES JENNIFER'S EFFORTS WITH SADNESS
SCENE TWO: JENNIFER GETS
SALLY THE EXTRA TIME. SALLY IS UPSET BECAUSE SHE WILL MISS HER FIRST
STEPS AND FIRST WORDS. SHE ASKS JENNIFER TO WATCH OUT FOR HANNAH
AND WRITE HER ABOUT WHAT IS HAPPENING.
MRS. SIMMS: I'm Mrs. Simms from the Social Services Department.
Is the baby ready to go?
SALLY: Her name is Hannah.
MRS. SIMMS: May I please have her?
JACK WATCHES FROM THE DOORWAY.
SALLY: Okay. When I put her in your arms can you just get her
out of here real fast okay?
MRS. SIMMS: Alright.
JENNIFER: Wait a second, wait a second.
JENNIFER PICKS UP A SMALL BLUE BUNNY AND GIVES IT
JENNIFER: Here take this.
SALLY: Bye Hannah. Careful with her head.
JENNIFER AND JACK STARE AT EACH OTHER AS
SALLY HANDS OVER THE BABY AND THEN IS HANDCUFFED AND TAKEN AWAY.
|Jack says Jo wanted to give him
up, unlike Sally; Jo overhears;
1:40 Min; 3.7 Meg
JENNIFER: Are you happy now Jack?
JACK: Don't be ridiculous.
JENNIFER: Oh, come on. Isn't that what The Spectator
JACK: The Spectator stands for impartial reporting
on the system. Such as....
JENNIFER: Separating a mother and her child. That's some
JACK: Look, this is a very bad situation and I feel very
sorry for the girl but I'm not here to argue with you.
JENNIFER: What are you here for?
JACK: I.... I am reporting.... on the shoot up that took
place in the operating room yesterday. I just happened to be walking
by and I saw.... Sally.
JENNIFER: Jack did you get a good look? Did you see her
face when she had to put her baby in the arms of a stranger?
Look, I said I am sorry. But a law is a law. And I still say that
a state pen is no place for a newborn baby.
JENNIFER: God, Jack how could you be so naive?
JACK: Well, that's refreshing. Nobody's accused me of that
in a long time.
JENNIFER: Do you have any idea what happens to babies in
state run institutions? Do you have any idea what they're like?
They're over crowded and understaffed....
JACK: I guess you'll have to work a little bit harder to
find the baby a new home then.
JENNIFER: She still won't won't be where she needs to be most.
With her mother. Can you imagine
what Sally must be going through? I mean I can't think of anything
worse than a mother being separated from her child.
JO IS WALKING BY AND HEARS THIS.
JENNIFER: Just imagine what your mother must have gone through
when she lost you?
JACK: Now, wait a minute. That is not the same thing. My
mother did not feel the same way as Sally did. She didn't have to
give me up. She did that voluntarily.
JENNIFER: I still think it's wrong for mothers to be separated
from their children.
JACK: Yes. Well, maybe it's wrong but that's life and life
goes on. Anyway, it didn't make a damn bit of difference for me.
JENNIFER: I don't believe you.
JACK: Well, I guess that's your problem isn't it?
JACK WALKS AWAY AND JO IS VERY HURT.
JO: Jack. You busy?
SCENE THREE: LATER JACK IS IN HIS OFFICE
TYPING ON HIS COMPUTER. HE CANNOT CONCENTRATE AND THINKS BACK
OVER THE SCENE OF SALLY GIVING UP HANNAH.
JO KNOCKS ON THE DOOR.
|Jo visits Jack, and tries to explain
why she gave him and Steve up for adoption;
2 Min; 4.6 Meg
JACK: Mrs. Johnson, what are you doing here?
JO: I was worried about you.
JACK: Worried about me? What for? I'm perfectly alright.
I heard you and Jennifer Horton arguing at the hospital. What's
JACK: Well, not that it's any concern of yours but we were
having a professional disagreement.
JO: That's not what it sounded like to me.
JACK: Well, you really don't need to concern yourself about
that. Just a little discussion between a publisher and an over eager
cub reporter. That's all. No, that's no....
JO: I heard you talking about that young girl Sally having
to give up her baby.
JACK: Yes. (Beat) But I'm sure the baby is going to be going
to the best place possible and.... ah....
Jack, please don't be blinded by the truth because of what I did
so many years ago.
JACK: You know I really don't dwell on that part of my life
nearly as much as you think I do Mrs. Johnson.
JO: Well, then I failed you. (Beat) I think I would be failing
you now if I didn't tell you what it was really like when I had
to give you up.
JACK: If you insist.
JO: I do. I do insist. Jack.... Jack. (She snatches a piece
of paper from his hand.) This is something you have got to hear.
Giving you and your brother up was the hardest thing I ever had
JACK: But you did it.
JO: I know you don't believe me.... Could you look at me
JACK: (Snatches the paper back) I said that I would listen
to you. I should think that that would be enough.
JO: It'll have to do, I guess. You see....
you see back then I didn't know anything about shelters for battered
women. I had no skills and I had very little education, I'm ashamed
to admit. You see if I had taken you kids and left, I had no way
of making a living. And Duke said.... said that if I did leave....
if I took you.... that he would find us, that he would hunt us down
and he would kill us all. And I believed him. So I stayed. I stayed.
But things got worse. The beatings got worse. I just couldn't let
my kids grow up in a life like that. Son I did what I thought was
JACK: Well, I guess at the time it seemed like the best
thing but it didn't work out to be the best thing in the end....
JACK LOOKS AWAY. AFFECTED BY WHAT SHE IS SAYING.
JO: No, not for me it didn't. Putting you in that place gave
me more pain than I've ever had in my life son. Look, I did it....
I did it because I loved you. I can't take back the past. Oh, how
I wish I could.
JACK: Would you please get to the point?
JO: The point is.... a child should be with it's mother.
That's more important than just about anything.
JACK IS SILENT AND IN PAIN AS JO WALKS TO THE DOOR. THOUGH
NOT WANTING TO SHOW IT, JACK HAS BEEN AFFECTED BY HER WORDS.
JO: I said what I came to say. Please think about it.
SCENE FOUR: LATER JACK IS STILL IN HIS OFFICE
LOOKING AT THE PICTURE JO GAVE HIM OF HIM SITTING ON HER KNEE.
JENNIFER BURSTS IN.
JACK: (Hiding the picture.) You know, usually people wait for
a "come in" before they come in to their boss's office.
JENNIFER: I need to talk to you about something.
JACK: Please, go ahead. Bark away.
JENNIFER: I've decided to look for another job.
JACK: (Surprised) What?
JENNIFER: I'm quitting.
JACK: (Looking upset) What do you mean.... wha.... what
is the problem now?
JENNIFER: The problem is you and your whole philosophy Jack.
It's a philosophy that I can't live with and one that I certainly
don't want to be a part of.
JACK: Well, aren't we getting lofty talking about philosophy
and all that sort of thing.
JENNIFER: Jack, if you can be so cold and hardened to what
a helpless, homeless girl like Sally is going through then I don't
want to work for you. I don't even want to be in the same room as
JENNIFER WALKS OUT. JACK SIGHS THEN PICKS UP THE PHONE.
JACK: Vern.... yeah.... Jack. Look have we gone to press yet?
I have some pages for you. (Beat) Well, I don't care if it's folding
and on it's way out. I want you to pull the editorial page. I've got
something very special for you.... yeah.
JACK STARTS BUSILY TYPING.