As The World Turns Transcript Monday 3/11/02
Jack: Barbara?! Julia?!
Jack: Oh, damn. Barbara?
Margo: Go. I'll cover you.
Jack: I'm too late.
Margo: Damn. I'll check the garage.
Jack: All right. Watch yourself, Margo. "Surprise."
Margo: Jack, Barbara's car is missing.
Jack: Yeah, my ex-wife, the psychopath, left us a little note.
Margo: Okay, I've already alerted all units to put an APB on Julia. We'll just tell them to keep a lookout for two women.
Jack: We might want to call Paul, tell him what happened to his mother, make sure he keeps Will out of harm's way.
Margo: Will! Yes. Yes, Will is definitely leverage for Julia.
Jack: Now that you mention it, we might call Hal.
Margo: Look, are you sure you want to use that wildcard?
Jack: The guy might be off his game, but he's still our boss, Margo.
Margo: Well, we've got to talk about that. I'll get on the radio and have him track down Paul. You take care of the APB.
Jack: Yeah, I'll call it in.
[Jack sighs] this is Snyder. Run a DMV check on Barbara Ryan. Get her license plate number. Put an APB out on the car. Be advised, Barbara Ryan has been kidnapped by suspect, Julia Lindsey, A.K.A. Julia Snyder. If spotted, approach with extreme caution. Suspect may be armed and very dangerous. Listen, if you guys see her, I want to be the first one to know.
Julia: I wish we could have hung around to see the expression on Jack's face when he found your body lying on the ground.
[Julia laughs] how was he? Priceless. You're not laughing, Barbara.
Barbara: It wasn't my joke.
Julia: But you could appreciate it, right? Ah, I don't know. Maybe it's me. They pumped me so full of drugs in that nut house. Perhaps my refined sense of humor has given way to a more yuk-yuk kind of thing. Are you scared, Barbara?
Barbara: Shall I lie to you, Julia, or shall I tell you the truth?
Julia: Aren't you afraid of what I might do either way?
Julia: Then maybe I shouldn't have asked the question.
Barbara: Perhaps I would feel better if I knew where we were going, where you are taking me. I don't know this road.
Julia: No, I don't imagine you would. Not to worry, my friend. All will be revealed in time.
Julia: Yes, sweetie?
Barbara: I do need the answer to one question. Are you going to kill me?
Katie: You want answers. You want to find out what Simon's been telling you. Yes. No. Ugh! All right, just find Monique's obituary. You don't have to read it. That was fast. What am I doing? What am I doing? This is crazy. This is crazy. What kind of wife searches for dirt on the internet about her husband? The crazy kind. The paranoid, freaky kind. I should be baking him cookies or buying him guitar picks or something. What kind of true love doesn't have trust along with it? High school. But then again -- oh, this is so wrong.
Lucinda: I thought you were in an automobile accident. Where's Lucy?
Craig: No, I'm fine, Lucy's fine, Simon's fine, Jack's fine, but we have three women in trouble. Now, is this seat taken?
Paul: This is a family matter, Craig. You don't belong here.
Craig: Whose family, Paul? Yours? You're a hanger-on, a pet boyfriend.
Lucinda: Come on. He's more than that.
Craig: What clan do you hail from -- the Snyder's, the Walshes?
Lily: Are you really going to get into this right now?
Craig: Yes, he is, 'cause this is my family. I have blood in this line. It may not be perfect, but we deal with it. Though I can understand why you may want to horn in, since it's your family who made a mess of things to begin with.
John: My God. You're the one? You're the one who took him out of the hospital? What the hell is going on?
Hal: Would you stop asking irrelevant questions? The patient's in trouble. He needs your help.
John: No, what he needs is to be back in the ICU. Come on, Hal.
Hal: There is a reason that he is here, John. There is a reason that he needs to be here. I can't trust you to keep this between us, can I?
John: Absolutely not! Come on, you help me. We're going to get him out of here.
Hal: John, the situation is more complicated than you know.
John: No, it's more complicated than you know, but I don't have time to send you to med school. You're going to have to take my word for it. Either we move him, or he dies.
Hal: That is what you are going to prevent, right? That is what you promised me, isn't it?
John: You're a cop, Hal. How can you begin to defend taking this man off the ICU?
Hal: All I can say is that the situation is very fluid. It's complicated. Steinbeck had to be moved. I brought him here because he was stable for a while, but then his temperature began dropping, and that's why I called you. I'm very, very worried about him.
John: Well, I'm glad to hear that, Hal, because he should have constant surveillance. I mean, yeah, medically and --
Hal: Would you just look at him!
John: His skin is cold. He's clammy. This is outrageous. The man is in a coma. Look, do you have any blankets or anything like that?
Hal: I can get those. I can get those from a supply cabinet. What else do you need?
John: I need to get him back to the ICU is what I need.
Hal: Just do the best you can.
John: What the hell is going on here?
Simon: What are you up to, Katie?
Simon: Hey, hey.
Katie: Can I have a kiss?
Simon: Yes. Hey, I'm sorry I'm late.
Katie: Oh, I'm getting used to it. Hey, you didn't leave the house in those clothes. This stuff isn't even yours.
Simon: No. It's very comfortable, though.
Katie: Yeah, and very fashion-forward. You look like a guy who just came back from softball practice.
Simon: And I guess the next question is why.
Katie: I'm waiting.
Simon: I kind of had an accident. Not that kind of accident! I did come housebroken.
Katie: Yeah, I know, but I don't understand the rest, so you better start explaining, 'cause when a husband comes home in completely different clothes than he left in, a wife wonders all sorts of things.
Simon: Look, I know I've been kind of tight-lipped about what's going on.
Katie: Yeah, you have. I know, Mr. Secret agent man. And it's becoming a habit, and I'm really not liking it, so just stop avoiding the question and tell me what's up with the clothes.
Simon: Well, I ruined my other clothes, and I had to put these ones on.
Katie: Yeah, obviously. You're not trying to pass that off as an answer, are you?
Simon: Oh, oh, right. You want details.
Katie: Yeah. Well, you know, I used to love the kind of avoidance routine. I thought it was very mysterious. But now, it's just kind of really getting on my nerves.
Simon: Listen, Katie, I told you about the kind of work that I was doing. It's --
Katie: It's hush-hush. Yes, I know. You know, some people think that I shouldn't be so understanding.
Simon: Yeah? What people?
Katie: Oh, you want details? Well, some people think that I should just start looking for answers on my own if you're not going to share your life with me.
Simon: Oh, and that's what the computer is for, is it? Are you trying to find the Simon Frasier website?
Katie: Oh, no, not exactly, but I did find exactly what I was looking for.
Lucinda: You know, I'm going to ask you politely. Please, Craig, get off my plane right now. Come on.
Craig: Lucinda, let us share a higher purpose here. Rose was not the only person kidnapped. If she knows something about Carly and she knows something about Emily, I want to know it.
Paul: Why don't you leave that to Jack?
Craig: Do you see Jack?
Lucinda: No, I don't see Jack, and I would like you to get off my plane!
Lily: Please stop, all of you.
Lucinda: Lily --
Lily: We have been terrified that something has happened to somebody that we love very much, and Craig has been through the same thing. We have to admit that. And there is plenty of room on this plane.
Lucinda: Dear, I should have known that you would take his side.
Lily: No, I don't want to sit here on the tarmac having an argument about some turf war when Rose is out there somewhere waiting for us to save her life.
Lucinda: Lily --
Lily: I am right.
Craig: Thank you.
Lily: Sit down and shut up, Craig. You owe me.
Craig: Yes, I do.
Lucinda: What's holding us up, Wesley? Come on.
Wesley: Yes, ma'am. I am sorry about the delay, but we've got a last-minute visitor.
Lucinda: For heaven's sake. I mean, did you put our flight plan out on the internet?
Margo: I'm sorry. It's me. I'm sorry about the delay.
Lucinda: Okay, Margo. Whatever you have to say just be quick about it, all right?
Margo: I need to talk to -- what are you all doing here? What -- what's going on? Why do you all look so anxious? Where are you going?
Lily: We heard from Rose.
Margo: What? How? How are Carly and Emily?
Lily: We don't know anything. We know that Rose was kidnapped, and she escaped. That's all we know.
Lucinda: And Rose is safe, and we would like to see that she remains safe.
Margo: Well, where is she?
Craig: She's in Belgium -- well, she's in Brussels, actually. I will let you know when I find something out.
Paul: What, you're still on that fantasy Police payroll, Craig?
Lucinda: Rose made an extraordinary escape.
Margo: Well, this is just fine. Why didn't anyone contact the station? We should have a liaison at the Brussels Police.
Lucinda: Oh, excuse me! Oh, excuse me, Detective Hughes, the one that never returns my phone calls ever! I didn't want to go through a hand-wringing over with the Oakdale Police Department. I wanted to move. This is my plane. I have authorization to go. If you have business, you be quick about it.
Margo: You will go when I say so.
Paul: Why were you looking for me?
Margo: I'm sorry, Paul, but Julia Snyder has kidnapped your mother.
Barbara: Should I --
Julia: Just leave it there. Turn off the engine, and take your foot off the brake. I don't want anybody seeing the lights.
Barbara: I haven't been able to read that smile of yours since you arrived at Fairwinds.
Julia: Well, it could mean a billion different things seeing as there are a billion different things running around my mind. But honestly, I'm really only focused on one thought.
Barbara: What's that?
Julia: Saying good-bye, for good, I guess. It's time, Barbara.
Barbara: Julia, you and I have been friends for so long. Please -- what are you going to do with that?
Julia: I'm sorry. Oh, there's that smile again. You want to guess what it means?
Simon: Well, whatever you found or think you found, it's got nothing to do with us.
Katie: Oh, no, it has everything to do with us. Our entire future depends on it.
Simon: And do you mind sharing these little details with your husband?
Katie: Oh, details? Details wanted from the man who won't even tell his wife why he came home in completely different clothes.
Simon: I told you, Katie. That was -- that was work-related. And soon I'm going to be able to tell you everything, but I just can't discuss it right now. I had a dust up. I ruined my other clothes, and I had to put other clothes on.
Katie: All right, all right, all right. Just stop. I can hear it in your voice. It's all right. Your "I spy" life is safe for tonight.
Simon: And so, what about the computer?
Katie: Oh, I made a couple printouts over there.
Simon: This is what you've been searching the web for -- a house?
Katie: Our house. A man and a wife need a nest to feather, don't you think? So what do you think?
Paul: How did Julia get to my mother? I thought you were watching her.
Margo: She got away.
Paul: What about Jack?
Lucinda: What about Jack?
Margo: She messed Jack up quite a bit, but he's fine.
Craig: Yeah, I --
Margo: He got away just in time.
Craig: -- Had a little hand in that.
Lucinda: Oh, I bet you had a hand in it.
Margo: Yes, he did, actually. Craig was able to stall Julia for a bit, but unfortunately, it wasn't long enough for us to get a net around her.
Paul: And she got to my mother?
Margo: Yes, she did. And judging from the way Jack was roughed up, I'm sorry to say this is a very serious situation.
Paul: Well, have you been in contact with Julia? Does she have any idea?
Margo: Barbara was able to call us from Fairwinds to give us a heads up that Julia was there, and Jack tried to keep her on the phone as long as possible for me to get units out to the house, but Julia somehow got wind of it, and she took off in your mother's car with Barbara.
Lucinda: This is extremely bizarre. I thought that Julia was friends with Barbara.
Craig: Julia was only married to Jack. Imagine what she'll do to her friend.
Paul: We already know what she's capable of. She tried to kill Carly in the boathouse explosion, but she got my mother instead.
Margo: Look, we've got every available car out there on the highway looking for your mother's car. We've got highway patrol. We've got the county sheriff. We just haven't come up with anything yet.
Lily: You know what? Go. Paul, stay here and be here for your mother. My mother and I will go. We will get Rose. We will bring her back, I promise.
Lucinda: Yes, that's a good idea. You -- you definitely stay and take care of your mother. Apparently she needs it.
Paul: No, no.
Paul: No, I abandoned Rose once. I am not going to do it again. I promised her I'd be there. I'll be there. Hal's back. I mean, he's supposed to be in charge. Let him handle it.
Margo: All right, the truth is, Hal hasn't really been himself since he's been back. Now, look, the person you should be concerned about and be with is Will. Let us take care of Julia and Barbara.
Paul: What's Will --
Margo: You should be there for your little brother.
Paul: What's Will got to do with this?
Margo: Because we have to assume that Julia will do anything she can, use anybody she can to control Barbara. Now, I've got a patrol car on the way to the house. But Paul, he's just a little boy. He's going to be scared.
Lily: What you just said, I don't think Hal is capable of handling this right now, so you -- you need to be here for Will, 'cause he's gonna be alone.
Paul: I've let her down before.
Lily: Listen, you know, if it came down between a choice between her and a child, Rose would say, "pick Will and stay here for him."
Lucinda: Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. You -- I mean, we'll take care of Rose for you. You stay. Stay with your mom.
Paul: Okay, but you guys better tell her to call me. I want to hear her voice as soon as she's safe on this plane.
Lily: Absolutely, absolutely.
Paul: Will you tell her I'm waiting for her?
Lucinda: We will. Absolutely. We'll bring her back. You've got my word.
Paul: You better.
Lily: Let's go, now!
Lucinda: Wesley? Oh, let's get this -- this thing in the air! Oh, my.
Craig: Wake me when it's Europe.
Julia: It's not a bang-bang gun with bullets. It's a stun gun. But when you use it at close range, of course -- does this make you nervous?
Julia: You know, I always liked moon shadows. When I was in the hospital, I'd look out the window, and I'd imagine what it would be like if I could just slip in between them, become a part of the dark, totally anonymous. I didn't have time to wrap it too well. Take it.
Barbara: What is this for?
Julia: Jack. And tell him I said "happy birthday."
[Julia laughs] I've got the cell phone, so you can't be calling anybody. But don't worry. You're only about ten miles north of Milltown. You just stay on this road, and you'll be back in civilization, no time at all. Barbara, hey --
Barbara: Stay on the road.
Julia: Good girl. I don't want you getting lost.
Barbara: Where are you going?
Julia: Oh, no. See, now there is a real-life instance of "I could tell you, but then I'd have to kill you." You don't want to die, do you, Barbara?
Barbara: There was a time not too long ago when I would have had difficulty answering that question, but no. I don't want to die, Julia.
Julia: You remember that. You grab onto life with both hands. We used to act like we had so much time to get it right, to be happy. I guess we know better now, don't we?
Barbara: I suppose we do.
Julia: You know what I miss? Breakfasts at the Lakeview with you and Lisa. Oh, you'd waltz in there wearing some outrageous clothes you've designed. They'd give us that great table out on the terrace, drink mimosas. Do you remember?
Barbara: You always wore great shoes.
Julia: Hey, it's better than a straightjacket, I can tell you that. Oh, we would order up a storm, taste something yummy from each other's plates. And we would talk about everything. Nothing else seemed to matter when we were all together like that, laughing, just the girls. You know, you made me feel the way that only a best friend could -- confident, loved. I never doubted for a second that you cared about me.
Barbara: I still do. Julia --
Julia: Am I forgiven?
John: Hal, this I.V.. is almost empty. Now, this man needs fluids. He needs medicines to make him stable.
Hal: Well, can't you provide that for him here?
John: I am not even going to argue the point with you. He's in bad condition. If we don't get him back to the hospital, he's a dead man.
Hal: Turn off the phone.
John: What's the matter with you? I thought we were trying to save this man. I'm calling an ambulance. What's the matter with you?
Hal: I told you, there are things going on here that you don't understand.
John: Well then, you better enlighten me, and if you don't want this man to die, you'd better tell me pretty quick.
Hal: If you take your patient back to the hospital, you might as well admit him with his toe tag already attached!
John: And have you not been listening to me? The prognosis here is death. I will be signing him into the morgue for sure if we don't get him back to the hospital!
Hal: That's why you're here, Dr. Dickson, to make sure that your patient lives. I'm not asking for miracles. I'm asking you to do your job here -- here and now.
Jack: What, you guys haven't seen anything? Julia's got a special connection to Milltown. She might pass through there. Yeah, just keep your eyes open.
Margo: Jack, anything?
Jack: No. Milltown division's got nothing. Highway patrol's got nothing. We've got nothing. I'm sorry, Paul.
Paul: Well, you think Julia and Barbara could have gotten that far?
Jack: Your guess is as good as mine.
Cop: Detective Snyder?
Jack: Oh, thank God. Who found her?
Cop: She just drove up. I saw her in the parking lot.
Margo: Where's Julia?
Barbara: I don't know.
Jack: Well, sit down. Sit down, and get her some water.
Margo: Are you all right?
Barbara: I'm okay. I just can't stop shaking.
Jack: Take some deep breaths.
Barbara: I'm all right.
Margo: Where did Julia take you after she left the house?
Barbara: I -- I don't know where we were. She made me drive out into the country. We were north of Milltown on some road I don't know.
Jack: You had no idea where you were?
Barbara: No. I know it was dark and there weren't any street lights. And then she stopped, and she got out, and she took off. And I headed back into town. I didn't know exactly where I was. I just kept thinking that she was going to come back flying through that passenger door again.
Jack: You're safe now.
Barbara: I'm scared. What if she comes back here? I don't want to go to Fairwinds. I don't want to go to Lisa's.
Margo: No, no, no. You will stay here until we find Julia.
Jack: Right. We'll set up a cot for you in the interrogation room.
Barbara: Paul? I didn't see you there.
Paul: Are you okay?
Barbara: I'm okay. What are you doing here?
Margo: I got Paul just before he was leaving the country with Lily and Lucinda.
Barbara: Where were you going?
Paul: To get Rose.
Jack: What? Rose is alive? She -- she's safe? Where?
Paul: She called us from Belgium. Apparently, she was able to escape from wherever James sent her.
Jack: What about Carly?
Did she say anything about Carly, Emily?
Paul: She -- she had to leave Carly and Emily behind. She wants to go back and see them, but at this point, she's not sure where they're being held. We didn't have time to discuss details 'cause the most important thing was getting to the Brussels airport as quickly as possible.
Jack: I want -- I want Rose brought to the station the second her plane lands in the States.
Margo: That should be sometime tomorrow.
Barbara: But Rose is okay?
Paul: I hope to see that for myself. Margo told me there were pressing issues here at home.
Barbara: You stayed for me? You gave up seeing Rose for my sake?
Simon: This is what this is all about? You searched the internet for a love shack?
Katie: Well, you're not laughing about it, are you?
Simon: No. No, I'm not. I just thought you were looking for something else. No. This is good.
Katie: "Looking for something else"? Like what? No, I just think that it's time that we get out of Craig's place and get a place of our own.
Simon: And this is it? This is the one?
Katie: Yeah. It's sweet, don't you think?
Simon: Yeah, if you're Hansel and Gretel.
Katie: Oh, come on. It's a beautiful little cottage.
Simon: We can't really afford it right now, and look at it. Look at it. It's not very practical.
Katie: Why not? What's wrong?
Simon: Well, one bed, one bath, no garage. I could build a better house than this.
Katie: Oh, really? No offense, Bob Vila, but I don't want to spend the next ten years of our marriage with you running off to the hardware store every five minutes.
Simon: This is really what you want?
Katie: Well, okay. Don't bring out the violins or anything, but when I was a kid --
Simon: Oh, no. Is this another dream about indoor snow and farm animals?
Katie: No. Those don't really enter into it. But when I was a kid and my mom was on the tour circuit, I would stay home alone a lot. Or if she was out on the road, then I'd stay in hotels, obviously, and I would watch a lot of TV -- old movies, actually. And there was this movie that I loved called "The Enchanted Cottage." It was about this young couple, and they kind of thought that they were losers.
Simon: Losers? Listen, just because I'm wearing sweat pants doesn't mean --
Katie: No, no. Hey, open mind. Open mind. Anyway, he was an ex-G.I. Who before the war had this amazingly perfect life, and after the war, he was emotionally scarred and just not himself, angry and moping around this sad cottage.
Simon: And the woman?
Katie: And the woman was kind of this homely, dust mop type who he had hired as a housekeeper before he left for the war, and she's the only person that can bring him out of his shell. So it's a story about this magical place where these two people fall in love and find the inner beauty in each other.
Simon: Well, I already think you're beautiful, inside and out.
Katie: Well, thank you. And I know that, I just think it's time that we have a life of our own, you know? I don't want to live like other people do. I want to have our own place and grow up and create magic in our lives.
Simon: And a gingerbread house is going to help us do that?
Katie: It's a start. You know, we can move out of this place, buy that place, but stay here while you fix it up. You can renovate, I'll decorate. Say yes?
John: Hal, as long as I have known you, I've never seen you like this.
[Hal laughs] you think that that's funny?
Hal: No. I'm just going to add your name to the long list of chicken littles who were saying, "Hal Munson is not himself. The sky is falling on Hal Munson."
John: Well, other people have been saying it -- people like Margo. And you see, that fits, because Margo is trained also to see these things.
Hal: Things like what? Like what?
John: Like what you've been through in the past year.
John: I know that that would be enough to level the strongest of people.
Hal: I've been through a lot, John, but I'm holding up. I'm holding up. I'm doing the best I can. The only things that have changed is that certain people don't like my -- my methods.
John: Is that what you call this, stealing a comatose man from a hospital, bringing him down here and trying to keep him alive with cough syrup and gauze? Hal, I cannot -- I cannot begin to try to understand or know what it must be like dealing with Barbara these days.
[Hal laughs] and I know you must be very worried about Carly, about Emily. Parker's having a very rough time of it, too. Hal?
Hal: I don't --
John: You don't what? Listen, Hal, is there something that you want to tell me?
Hal: I'm sorry, John. All that I can tell you is that my orders come from above.
John: Well, I find it hard to believe that the Commissioner of Police would sign off on something like this.
Hal: Would you stop talking about what you would rather do or what you won't do? Can you step out of your comfort zone and talk about what you can do?
John: All right, all right. I may have something in the car that I can give him. It's a broad-spectrum antibiotic. I'll give him an injection.
Hal: All right.
John: Listen to me. While I'm gone, I want you to think very carefully about what you're doing here.
Hal: All right. Come on. Shh. Go out the back way. All right. This key opens the padlock to the backdoor. And John, make sure that nobody sees you -- nobody, okay? Go, go. James, everything's under control. I'm not going to let you die. Everything's under control.
Paul: Honestly, mom, no. I didn't stay in Oakdale for you.
Barbara: Well, I'm glad to hear that. I don't expect that kind of loyalty anymore. But why --
Paul: I stayed for Will.
Paul: He deserves better than what he's gotten lately. Especially from his mother and father.
Barbara: I'm desperate to be a part of his life again. I want to be a real mother to him again.
Paul: You know, you may want a lot of things when it comes to this family, but we are not going to forget the recent past any time soon.
Barbara: I know. But I'm changing. Paul, the clouds are parting every day.
Barbara: I'm feeling stronger --
Paul: Stop it. I don't want to hear this stuff.
Barbara: I am not James' puppet anymore. My emotions aren't all over the place.
Paul: This is not about you! It's about Will. I didn't stay on that plane because I love my little brother.
Barbara: And I do, too. And I can take care of him if you let me. You heard what James said, that I was under his spell. Please, Paul, I love all of you.
Paul: I never said you didn't feel love for your children.
Barbara: Don't play word games with me. I love my children.
Paul: After everything we've been through with you, I think you've done more harm in the name of love than you have in the name of hate.
Jack: If Hal was doing his job, I'd be the one flying to Brussels to debrief Rose.
Margo: Look, Hal's probationary status after his suspension months ago is still in effect. Want to mess him up permanently?
Jack: Well, it'd be worse if the commissioner knew how Hal was doing his job. Disappearing for all those weeks only to resurface with some crazy story about how he's working undercover? He's supposed to be the face of this department, Margo.
Margo: Oh, I know that, Jack. He's supposed to be the heart and soul as well.
Jack: Yeah, but now you can't even get him to answer his own phone. I'm as worried about the guy as you are. He's one of my best friends. You know that. But he's deserting us. Look at the workload we're trying to handle, not to mention that all of us are a target now that Steinbeck decided it was open season. He needs help.
Margo: Look, I'm not bringing internal affairs in on this. We can handle it ourselves.
Jack: By doing what?
Margo: I don't know. But I'm not going to ruin a man's career. If we bring in internal affairs, Hal is going to be pushed out of the Oakdale P.D permanently, and he may not be able to get a job as a cop anywhere ever again.
John: You know, we might have moved him some place more sanitary.
Hal: Well, the antibiotics will help to keep him from getting an infection. Correct?
John: I just gave him some to reverse the shock, but he's going to need more in another 12 hours.
Hal: Then you will come back in 12 hours and give him another shot. Not a truckload full, just enough to make sure that nobody notices.
John: You know what, I'm going to become your private pharmacy. I'm gonna bring you pain meds and heart meds. Anything Elvis's doctor used. Hey, how about we use one of these filthy cabinets here for a medicine chest?
Hal: I didn't have time to book a suite at the Lakeview. I just did what needed to be done.
John: You're gonna have to forgive me because I'm not up on this cloak and dagger stuff. Your orders -- who would sanction such lunacy?
Hal: I can't tell you that.
John: Hal, you're a detective in small town middle America. Since when did you become James Bond?
Hal: I just trust that you will keep the promise that we made here. You will keep this to yourself.
John: And if I don't?
Simon: It's my fault. I should have told you about Monique and the money from the very start, okay? I just was afraid -- I was afraid that you didn't trust me already.
Katie: My turn? I wasn't sure if I trusted you or not.
Simon: All right.
Katie: I -- I borrowed Lucy's laptop 'cause I was gonna look up Monique's obituary. I just -- I wanted to see what it said about her.
Simon: And about me?
Katie: Yeah. But then I realized if I looked up even one little thing about her, then that was it. I was this woman who doesn't trust the man that she married. And I need to trust you. I want to trust you more than anything.
Simon: Come here. I love you so much, and I would do nothing to hurt you. So I guess being a guy, I lied by omission thinking I was protecting you from something.
Katie: You don't need to protect me, Simon. You just have to be honest with me.
Simon: I know. I know that. I do. I know that, and I'm sorry. As far as Monique and the money is concerned, I should have put more trust in us.
Katie: Think you can get used to it, knowing I love you no matter what?
Simon: Yeah. I could get pretty used to that.
Katie: Good. And the cottage?
Simon: The cottage. All right, Gretel, let's go check it out.
Katie: Really? Oh, good. Gretel needs a kiss now.
Simon: Come here. Wait, wait.
Simon: Remember there was a time when we had to force ourselves never to touch each other?
Katie: Hmm, good idea at the time. Bad idea ever, ever again.
Barbara: I'm not expecting miracles. I'm just asking you to open your mind to the possibility that I can get better. Open your mind, and your heart. Please, Paul, open your heart to me.
Paul: Make all the confessions you want, mom. Apologize till you're blue in the face. It's not going to change what you've done. What you've done isn't just some honest mistake. It's criminal.
Barbara: What would you have me do?
Paul: Don't ask me that question. Ask yourself. You're gonna have to spend a lot of time making this right. Probably your whole life. And it's nothing that anyone can do for you. You are on your own. And Rose comes back tomorrow, and I might have lost any chance to love her the way I've always dreamed of loving her. But if I haven't, I'm going to wrap my arms around her and never let her go.
Barbara: And I want that for you.
Paul: If that's true, keep your distance, and we'll keep ours.
John: I can't do what you want, Hal. I'm going to take him back to the hospital. Come on. You help me.
Hal: Sorry, I can't let that happen.
John: Now, look, I don't care what kind of secret mission you're on. I'm not going to let this man die!
Hal: Well, then we both want the same thing.
John: I'm taking him back to the hospital, with or without you!
Hal: I'm not going to let that happen.
Jack: I'm not jumping at the chance to ruin Hal's career. I'm not trying to destroy the man, Margo. I'm trying to keep him from destroying this case.
Margo: I just still believe that we can find a way to handle him.
Jack: How? Assuming that Rose does make it back home safe and sound, we're still missing Emily and Carly. Hal's a loose cannon in that mix. If he's not going to keep us up to speed with what he's doing, I have to see him as a liability.
Margo: All right, I don't know how Hal's behavior is going to affect the situation with Emily and Carly.
Jack: I should be the one finding out everything I can about Carly.
Margo: But I do know that you're not needed in Brussels.
Jack: And how do you figure that?
Margo: Well, Jack, you take this any way you want, but Craig is on his way over to Brussels with Lucinda. And I do believe that he will find everything we need.
Lucinda: What is it?
Wesley: Well, there's a problem, Ms. Walsh. Bad news from Customs.
Lucinda: Customs? We're not even carrying anything.
Lily: Rose, is she all right?
Wesley: Not only are the authorities sending this plane back to the States, they're saying that Ms. D'Angelo won't be permitted to leave the country.