jquery load contents of another page with javascript

I am using jquery load to get a div on a different page and insert it into my page.
somthing like this:
$('#mydiv').load("/Pages/grid2.aspx" + " #otherpagediv");

In the div on the other page, there is javascript in the div.  The javascript is not coming across, only the html content.  Is there a way to get everything in the specified div?

jackjohnson44Asked:
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leakim971PluritechnicianCommented:
>Is there a way to get everything in the specified div?

open this page : http://api.jquery.com/load/

locate this :
Note: When calling .load() using a URL without a suffixed selector expression, the content is passed to .html() prior to scripts being removed. This executes the script blocks before they are discarded. If .load() is however called with a selector expression appended to the URL, the scripts are stripped out prior to the DOM being updated, which is why they are never executed. An example of both cases can be seen below:
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