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Re-run on the web for the 1st time in nearly 7 1/2 years, episode #150 (original post date: 10/11/04) is now posted:|
"You listen to me, Judith Linford," Corinne Campbell spat as she grabbed her by the arm and spun her around, "You think I don't know about you? Well, you're wrong! I know all about the type of woman you are! You're a pathetic, miserable woman and you're not happy unless everyone else is as miserable as you are! Well, I'm not going to let you have Talbot! Do you hear me?"
Corinne grabbed Judith forcibly by the arms, pushing her slightly backwards and causing the heel of Judith's shoe to catch in a crease in the carpeting. Thrown slightly off balance, Judith stumbled backwards and against the wall, but caught herself before she could fall.
"You're headed for a fall, Judith! A big fall!"
Just then, Judith's eyes grew wide with horror.
"I won't let you do this!" Janet screamed as she began to shake violently. "I won't let you ruin my life like you've always tried to ruin my life!"
"There's nothing you can do about it."
Janet's eyes began to burn with rage. All of her life, Judith had tried to take away everything that had mattered to her. She'd fought tooth and nail to make sure that Gordon wouldn't love her and tried to convince him to stay with his wife. She'd been the one to convince their father to send her to the institution...a place Janet knew she didn't really belong. Now, Judith was determined to take away the one man who could finally make Janet truly happy. Well, Janet wouldn't let her! Janet would fight her to the end. She would never let her have Burt!
In an instant, Janet's rage began to boil over as she balled her hands into fists. Keeping her eyes focused firmly on Judith, Janet lunged at her. A stunned and horrified Judith turned just in time to see Janet's face, twisted in anger and fear, coming at her. Judith moved to the first step at the top of the staircase in an attempt to move out of her way, but Janet crashed into her, sending her precariously off balance.
As Judith's ankle turned, her foot slid from the first step down onto the second step. Her weight shifting dangerously, she reached for the banister but only succeeded into completely losing her footing. As a terrified scream tore from Judith's chest, she tumbled head over heels down the long staircase until she landed in a crumpled heap at the bottom.
"Oh, my god," Judith gasped, her eyes wide with horror and shock. "Oh, my god."
"What's the matter with you?" Corinne asked full of discomfort. The mere look on Judith's face told Corinne that something wasn't right. "Have you taken ill? Or...or are you just faking it so you can garner some sympathy from my husband?"
"Oh, my god," Judith muttered again, utterly terrified by the myriad of thoughts and memories that were flooding back to her. She dug her nails deeply into the wallpaper behind her to steady herself as the color drained from her face and her legs grew weak. "Oh, my god. I...I remember. I remember."