Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 6/26/01--Canada; Wednesday 6/27/01--USA
Proofread By Niki
Kate: I have to find just the perfect outfit so that when Philip sees me tonight, he'll convince Victor to give me all the money I need.
[Knock on door]
Victor: Come in.
Nicole: Hello, boss.
Victor: Well, Nicole, you have outdone yourself.
Nicole: You like?
Victor: Oh, I definitely like.
Nicole: Well, I wouldn't want to show up to the dance with my date Brady looking anything less than drop-dead gorgeous.
Victor: Mission accomplished. Now let's hope the rest of my plan works.
Nicole: Don't worry. Tonight is Philip's last hurrah with that diva wannabe.
Chloe: Now I get it. Your grandfather is sending you to the dance to do something to break up Philip and me.
Brady: Oh, yeah, right, perfect place to wreck a relationship -- a gym full of dancing teenyboppers. Hey, maybe I'll cut in while you and Philip are dancing. That'll really ruin things between you two.
Chloe: Uh-oh. I think I hit a nerve. You are going to the dance with an agenda.
Brady: A what?
Chloe: Come on, please, be honest with me.
Brady: I am being honest with you.
Chloe: You know, I don't get you sometimes. Sometimes I feel like I can talk to you, and other times I feel like you're my enemy.
Brady: Yeah, but I never try to clip your wings now, do I, Chloe? Tell me something. Do you really think you have a future with Philip?
Chloe: Why do you care?
Belle: Matching shoes. Matching shoes. Ooh, those. No, they would definitely clash. Why did I wait until the last minute?
Mimi: Yeah, that's what I've been asking myself, too.
Belle: Mimi, what's going on? You look upset.
Mimi: I just made a big last-minute decision. I'm not going to the dance with you and Shawn.
Philip: Dude, I am psyched about tonight. I can't wait to see what Chloe is wearing, although she could put on jeans and a t-shirt, and I'd be fine with that. Hey, what's up with you, man? You got to get in the mood, start planning your moves on Belle.
Shawn-D: This whole thing, man -- going to the dance with Belle -- just starting to feel like a mistake.
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Chloe: I want to know why do you care if I have a future with Philip or not?
Brady: I don't give a damn if you and Philip elope, have 10 kids, and live in a tree house. It's Philip's father who doesn't want you two involved. Made that very clear.
Brady: Chloe, if you go up against Victor Kiriakis --
Chloe: You've made that very clear, too.
Brady: Fine. Be in denial about it, but remember, you heard it here. You're in for a rough time.
Chloe: What is that supposed to mean?
Brady: Philip is in love with you.
Chloe: For once we agree on something.
Brady: And if you're not as serious about this whole thing as Philip is -- and by that, I mean marriage, kids, the whole nine yards -- Philip is going to end up getting hurt, and you know what's going to happen then? The wrath of Victor Kiriakis will be visited upon you, and believe me, it's going to be the biggest mistake of your life.
Chloe: But you're going to make sure that it never gets that far, right?
Brady: Me? What are you talking about?
Chloe: I'm not stupid, Brady, and I'm willing to bet that you're going to help your grandfather do anything to help break up Philip and me. In fact, if you and Mr. Kiriakis get it your way, you're going to make sure that my relationship with Philip will be history. Isn't that the plan, Brady?
Victor: Don't underestimate my son's obstinacy. He can be stubborn and uncontrollable, just like his mother.
Nicole: Ah, now you're getting to the real problem -- Kate.
Victor: I figured if I banished her from his life, he'd turn his back on her, and everything would fall into place.
Nicole: You think she would have enough class to just fade away after you kicked her out of Titan, but no, there she is slinging hash in a grungy diner.
Victor: That was the first danger signal. Why would she take a job like that and then why would she keep it this long?
Nicole: It's called survival. She has no money, no skills except manipulating people. The reason she was a big shot here was because of her relationship with you.
Victor: No, you're wrong. Kate's a very bright ambitious person. She's got real drive and a tremendous talent for getting what she wants.
Nicole: I don't get it. If she's so brilliant, then why is she working at a greasy spoon?
Victor: I bet that she is using her pathetic circumstances for emotional blackmail. If she's not careful, the whole thing's going to blow up in her face.
Kate: Hmm. Victor might even give me my old job back. Well, what do we have here?
Woman: Give me that. I saw it first.
Kate: Believe me, honey, with your body, you'd look better in a gunnysack.
Woman: I want this dress!
Kate: Well, forget about it because it's mine!
Kate: Oh, you want to get tough? Do you? So, anyone else want to take me on?
Fay: You know, uh, Kate's living with me now, and I just don't want any trouble from you boys in blue.
Roman: It's not a problem, Fay. Kate is a... complicated woman.
Fay: She's a fighter, too. I mean, look how hard she works. She gives her all, she never quits. It's not easy when a person falls on hard times like she has.
Roman: So you think Kate is just a victim of circumstance.
Fay: Why are you asking all these questions about Kate? What are you trying to find out about her, Roman?
Roman: Well, I, uh, thought that maybe Kate had done some terrible things to my daughter, but, uh, she has given me some logical reasons why I might be wrong.
Fay: And you bought it?
Roman: Shouldn't I?
Fay: I'm just asking, that's all.
Roman: All right in that case, yeah. Yeah, I, um, I sort of bought it, all right? I'm not saying I trust her, I'm just saying that what she said could be true.
Fay: But you don't trust her.
Roman: I'm not sure I ever will.
Fay: Hmm. Sounds like you two have a lot of, um, issues, maybe more than you're willing to admit. Wonder if that's why Kate gets under your skin so much. Any truth to that,
Philip: What's up, man? You having second thoughts about taking Belle to the dance?
Shawn-D: No. No, I mean, I want to go with her, but, I mean, when you start officially dating someone, it just changes everything, right?
Philip: Dude, you worry too much.
Shawn-D: No, what I'm saying is -- and I realize that this sounds lame -- but I'm just not ready to give up my freedom.
Philip: I hear you, and I understand. I really do, but keep in mind there are definite benefits to making a commitment.
Shawn-D: Yeah? Like what?
Philip: Well, for one thing, there's, um, sex.
Belle: Wait a second. What are you saying?
Mimi: I can't do it, Belle. I'm not going to the dance with you and Shawn tonight.
Belle: But it was all decided.
Mimi: For all the wrong reasons. I know you only asked me to go because you felt sorry for me.
Belle: That's not true! We want you to go with us because we're all friends. It's like Shawn said. We're the three musketeers. Even Chloe thought it was a great idea.
Mimi: How many times do I have to say it, Belle? I don't care what Chloe thinks. She's not my friend. I don't trust her.
Belle: But you trust me and Shawn, don't you?
Mimi: Belle, I'm the fifth wheel, and everybody knows that. You guys have dates, I don't, so instead of tagging along, I just need to grow up and realize that it's not happening
between me and guys and move on.
Belle: Mimi, did you talk to Jan about this? Did she somehow persuade you to believe that Shawn and I only asked you to go with us because we felt sorry for you?
Mimi: We talked about it, yeah.
Belle: Why do you even listen to her? She's not even nice to you. All she does is get you caught up in trouble. Mimi, why have you been hanging out with her so much lately?
Mimi: I don't know. She's fun.
Belle: No, she's not, and she's mean and bitter.
Mimi: That's your opinion.
Belle: Look, Mimi, I have known you since grade school. Jan is planning something for the dance tonight, and I have a feeling that you're helping her. Please tell me what is going on.
Shawn-D: Sex. Okay, don't you think you're fast-forwarding the issue a little bit here? I mean, Belle and I are going on our first date.
Philip: Oh, come on, man. The real deal is you two have been hanging together for years.
Shawn-D: Yeah, hanging as in talking, having a soda, going to .Com, you know, whatever.
Philip: Shawn, she has been waiting for you to ask her out all year long.
Shawn-D: All right, you know, what I'm trying to say -- all right, why am I even talking about this with you?
Philip: I don't get why you're so worried. What do you think, you're going to kiss Belle or whatever and it's going to change everything, like she's going to suddenly turn off to you?
Shawn-D: Yeah, she could, or we both could. I mean, we just decide that it's not going to work out.
Philip: Why are you being so negative, man? You got a date with one of the hottest girls in school. Just go with the flow, enjoy it.
Shawn-D: Oh, yeah, right. Easy for you to say.
Philip: Look, a year ago when I made that bet and I had to take Chloe to the dance, who would have thought I'd be in love with her right now?
Shawn-D: All right, that's Chloe. Belle and I are a completely different thing.
Philip: Listen, the Last Blast is -- it's -- I don't know, it's like a good-luck charm. Romance wise, that is anyway. You can't go wrong. I mean, look what it did for me a and Chloe. What -- what's the matter, man? What, do you think you're going to go the dance with Belle and she's going to end up hating you?
Shawn-D: Who knows?
Belle: Answer me, Mimi. What is going on? Mimi, you've got to tell me. Come on, look, I know you have had your problems with Chloe, but you are nothing like Jan. She is vicious. She hurts people just for kicks. You would never do that. Okay, at least tell me this, Jan's planning something for tonight, and it has to do with Chloe, right?
Mimi: Look, I don't want to talk about Chloe or Jan. What's done is done.
Belle: What does that mean?
Belle: Chloe was really nice to you today. She's willing to let bygones be bygones, and if you're the good honest person that I know you are, you will realize that Chloe is right.
Mimi: Of course Chloe is right. Chloe is just perfect these days well, you know what? You and your best friend Chloe can go together. I don't want any part of your disgusting double date. I'm going to the dance by myself. See ya there.
Belle: Mimi, wait a second! This is just hopeless. Oh, my gosh, I'm going to be late to meet Chloe.
Chloe: Admit it, Brady. You are chaperoning the dance because Mr. Kiriakis wants you there to come between Philip and me. That's the plan, isn't it?
Brady: All right, you listen to me. I know you hate my guts because I tell you the truth, and the truth is you're playing with fire here. You're playing with somebody's heart. You're going to end up hurting Philip and yourself because the two of you are not ready for a grown-up relationship.
Chloe: Has it ever occurred to you that perhaps I feel as deeply about Philip as he feels about me, and that maybe I want the same things for my future as he does?
Brady: [Sighs] All right, I'm out of here. I'll see you at the dance, huh?
Brady: Aw, Gramps, this is going to be harder than we thought.
Nicole: So you think Kate's using her situation as emotional blackmail?
Victor: She keeps that job because she knows how Philip reacts to her working there.
Nicole: It is wrecking his reputation having his formerly glamorous mother tripping around in her greasy uniform, delivering fries.
Victor: Right. He wants me to get her a job where she'll have more status, earn more money.
Nicole: So she's getting her son to do the heavy lifting, and he doesn't even know she put him up to it. Very clever.
Nicole: Oh, boy. You're getting that look again like you're thinking dangerous thoughts.
Victor: Well, I don't intend to let Kate get away with this little game that she's playing. I'm just not sure what strategy to use to checkmate her.
Nicole: I can solve your problem. I know exactly what to do.
Kate: What do you want, some more?
Woman: No, sorry.
Man: Hey, hey, lady, I'm not running a wrestling league here. Take your business somewhere else.
Kate: I want to buy the dress. I'll give you 5 bucks for it.
Man: Tag says $10.
Kate: Well, it's torn. It's worth 5 bucks. Take it and shut up.
Kate: Hey! Give me that. Get out of here!
Kate: As God is my witness, I am going to be on top sooner than anyone thinks.
Victor: What have you got up your sleeve, Nicole?
Nicole: Do I have to remind you, you are Victor Kiriakis? You could crush Kate like a bug. You have all the power, all the money.
Victor: There are complications to using my money and power. What do you have in mind?
Nicole: Who owns that cheesy diner?
Victor: Ah, I think I'm tracking you. Find out who owns the diner, buy it from him or her and convince them to fire Kate, and that should solve one of Philip's problems, huh?
Man: Where's Kate? She's supposed to be working.
Fay: Um, well, I'm sure she'll be here soon.
Man: She better be back in time for the rush. Captain Brady, how's it going? They get
your food to you hot?
Roman: I wanted it cold.
Fay: You're a good man, Roman. Ha ha ha ha. You know, um, I've been meaning to tell you that I'm sorry that I, uh, ran out on that fancy dinner you took me out to months ago.
Roman: Well, you know what, Fay? It was probably just as well 'cause my intentions weren't exactly honorable that night. So you know what? Maybe sometime in the future we could go out again and, uh, I could make it up to you.
Kate: Can't you find another diner to eat at?
Roman: Well, I happen to like this one, Kate. I like the waitresses. Most of them, anyway.
Philip: Hey, could you just wait out in the car?
Shawn-D: Why should I? I like this place. Great fries.
Philip: Oh, yeah, right. You just can't get over the fact that my mom's a waitress. You have to see it with your own eyes.
Shawn-D: Oh, that is totally not true. Who cares what kind of job she has? She's probably a really good waitress.
Philip: Sure. I'm sure she's raking in the 25-cent tips.
Shawn-D: Oh, would you stop?
Philip: Look, I have to go talk to her, okay? Just stay right here. I'll be back.
Brady: Hey, Mimi. You okay?
Mimi: Mm, sure. Fine.
Brady: You excited for the big dance tonight?
Mimi: At this point, I don't even want to go. It's pretty dumb, don't you think? Even the name the Last Blast -- so teeny bop, right?
Brady: If you say so.
Mimi: Did you ever go to any of your high school dances?
Brady: I made it to a few, yeah.
Mimi: Did you have fun?
Brady: Of course, yeah. Well, my boarding school was all boys, so they shipped in all the girls from a sister school.
Mimi: How do you mean they shipped them in?
Brady: No, they literally shipped in a busload of girls the night of the dance. It was quite a sight to behold, actually.
Mimi: So you didn't have to feel bad if you didn't have a date?
Brady: No, we never thought of it that way. It was just a good time, you know? You know what? That's what it should all be about -- having a good time, being with your friends, having a few laughs. Personally, I think way too much emphasis is put on having a date.
Mimi: That's easy for you to say. Guys who don't have dates are like a commodity, but dateless girls are pathetic losers.
Brady: I disagree. I figure a girl without a date is interesting, fun... Really pretty.
Mimi: You know, Brady, I was just talking about you to my friend Jan. Um, I was thinking, you know, if you would consider --
Brady: Consider what?
Mimi: Never mind.
Brady: Mimi, tell me.
Mimi: Would you go to the dance with me?
Belle: Thanks for waiting for me, Chloe.
Chloe: So I see you came home empty-handed. Where are the shoes that you were talking about?
Belle: Couldn't find anything that I liked, and I ran into Mimi.
Chloe: What's wrong now?
Belle: I just -- I get this awful feeling that --
Chloe: You think something's going to happen at the dance tonight, and that Jan and
Mimi are up to absolutely no good and right now are probably working on some twisted secret plan that's coming down tonight, right?
Philip: Hey, mom. Hey, I need to talk to you.
Kate: Well, I'm busy, honey. I have to get to work. It's rush hour, you know.
Philip: Mom, it won't take long, okay? All I want to say is --
Kate: Oh, I know what you want to say. You want to say, "hi, mom. How are you? I miss you so much," right?
Philip: Well, I do. I miss the other mother. You know, the one who used to wear nice clothes, always looked so beautiful and sounded so smart.
Kate: Oh, I see, so I'm not smart anymore?
Philip: Mom, God, this has got to stop, okay? Look, I spoke with dad, and I told him he has to give you some money.
Philip: You're okay with that? I thought you'd be furious.
Kate: I am. I am furious. I told you I don't want or need anything from him, am curious about what he said. How did he react?
Philip: Basically he said you've made your bed and he's not going to help you at all.
Kate: And what did you say?
Philip: I told him I can't take it anymore, that you working as a waitress in a diner is driving me crazy.
Kate: Well, you know something? That really isnít your problem. Now, I have to, to get back to work.
Man: I'm glad, Kate. You know, last week you were my top waitress, took more orders than anyone, even Fay. Hey, Fay, you got some stiff competition here.
Fay: Ah, I taught her everything she knows.
Man: Keep up the good work, Kate.
Kate: Well, you see there? I'm a valued successful employee.
Philip: Oh, right, 'cause you're serving up lots of burgers and making these tables all shiny? Mom, you cannot keep working in this dump.
Kate: I don't have any money, Philip, all right? I need to start my life over.
Philip: I've got to find a way to get dad to help you. But how? I mean, what can I do?
Kate: Well, there is one way.
Roman: It's great to see you.
Roman: How you doing, Shawn?
Shawn-D: I'm good. I'm good. I'm going to the Last Blast tonight.
Roman: Yeah? With a date? Or is that none of my business?
Shawn-D: No, no, it's okay. Belle Black -- I'm taking her.
Roman: Yeah? All right. Terrific girl. Very pretty, very smart. Finally you ask her out, huh?
Shawn-D: Yeah, well, you know, it's not a big deal. It's just going to the last blast.
Roman: Really? How about a little advice from, uh, from your uncle?
Roman: You know, this may just seem like a date to you, you know, just a fun night out, but, uh, for some reason, women happen to take these things a whole lot more seriously than we do, so you may find out after one date with Belle that, uh, everything's changed.
Belle: You think Mimi's in on some plan Jan has?
Chloe: Well, I think it's very likely that Mimi at least knows what Jan's up to.
Belle: She sure hasn't been herself lately.
Chloe: You know, I don't get what Jan's problem is. Why can't she just forget the bad blood between us? It should be history at this point.
Belle: Jan never forgets. Kids still rag on her about you putting the rat in her face. You put her in her place, Chloe.
Chloe: Are we having fun yet? Gee, you don't look amused at all, do you?
Chloe: Well, you know what? Why don't I try this out on Mimi? She's always up for a nice laugh, isn't she?
Chloe: Tell her she's next.
Belle: No one ever puts Jan Spears in her place and gets away with it. In fact, I don't think anyone's ever even tried. She can be really mean, and if I were you, I'd watch my back tonight at the dance.
Chloe: Well, I think I can handle Jan. And I know I can handle Mimi. Actually, I think if you have any suspicions about tonight, it should be closer to home.
Belle: What are you talking about?
Chloe: Did you know that Brady's going to the dance?
Belle: He's what?
Chloe: Yes. Mr. Kiriakis was going to be a chaperon, but asked Brady to go in his place. I think if anything unexpected happens tonight, it'll be caused by Mr. Kiriakis, with Brady doing his dirty work.
Mimi: Well, I'm -- I'm just asking because, you know, you said you liked going to the dances at your boarding school, so I thought maybe it would be kind of fun to go back in time, you know, like a Last Blast from the past. So what do you think?
Brady: Uh... Ha ha. Uh, Mimi, actually I can't go with you. Not because I don't want to. It's just as it turns out, I'm already going.
Mimi: Oh, great. Would you believe my bad luck? I get the courage to ask Belle's big brother to go on a sympathy date with me, and he's already going.
Brady: As a chaperon.
Mimi: A chaperon?
Brady: Right, I'm going in my grandfather's place.
Mimi: So who are you going with?
Brady: Well, it's not actually a date. I'm going with a woman who works for my grandfather -- Nicole Walker.
Mimi: Nicole Walker? She's, like, famous -- an ex-supermodel, not to mention the new President of Titan.
Brady: You're up on your business news, I see.
Mimi: I also know she's totally hot, so tell the truth. Do you have a thing for her, or what?
Mimi: Come on, fess up. You like Nicole, don't you?
Brady: All right, let's just squash this thing right now. I have no interest in Nicole whatsoever.
Mimi: You're going on a date with her.
Brady: I told you, Mimi, it's not a date. It's more of a... A business situation.
Mimi: What kind of business?
Brady: Family business. Now let's just leave it at that. Let me ask you a question about Chloe.
Mimi: Oh, please. That's the last name I want to hear. That girl has been nothing but trouble for me, and I'm afraid that after the Last Blast dance, I will be in even more trouble because of her.
Brady: Wait, wait. What do you mean? What kind of trouble?
Mimi: Nothing. Just that, you know, I'm sure when Chloe sees that I don't have a date, she'll -- she'll make a big deal out of it, like I'm a total geek or something.
Brady: Yeah, yeah, nice try, Mimi. There's something else going on with you and Chloe and that little twit -- what's her name? Jan. She's involved, too, isn't she?
Mimi: No, nothing like that's happening.
Brady: Tell the truth, Mimi. You two are planning something for the dance tonight, aren't you? You're going to do something to Chloe.
Belle: You are so wrong, Chloe. Brady would never purposely hurt you.
Chloe: Belle, your brother hates me.
Belle: No, Brady doesn't hate you. He's just Brady. Sure, he talks tough sometimes, but that's all it is -- talk. He's harmless.
Chloe: Look, Belle, we had a nice little chat before you came here.
Brady: You know, Chloe, my grandfather's opinion hasn't changed about you or your relationship with Philip. In fact, he thinks Philip's getting a little bit too needy, too involved with you.
Chloe: Philip loves me. If loving someone makes you needy and involved --
Brady: You know, Chloe, one of the most beautiful things to do in the world is watch birds fly. [Grunting]
Brady: The way they... Glide through the sky, surveying the world below -- a little dip here, a flap of the wings there.
Chloe: Yeah, I love to watch birds, too.
Brady: That's why it's so appealing to watch them. They represent freedom. But, you know, Chloe, sometimes people catch birds, put them in small little cages, clip their wings.
Chloe: So you're saying that that's what Philip is doing to me?
Brady: I'm saying that you and Philip are like oil and water. I know that. My grandfather knows that. Your relationship is doomed. It's crash-and-burn time, baby.
Chloe: And Brady made it very clear that his grandfather doesn't want me involved with
Philip, and will do anything to break us apart.
Belle: Brady said that?
Chloe: Yes, and he also said that Victor Kiriakis gets whatever he wants.
Belle: Well, he is a very powerful man, but --
Chloe: Something is going on, Belle, trust me. And your brother is not going to that dance just to be some chaperon. He's going on a mission. But I'm on to him.
Brady: Whoa, whoa, whoa, wait a second, Meems. You and Jan are planning something tonight, I know it. Is it anything like that infamous chicken blood incident last year?
Mimi: I would never do something so gross.
Brady: Yeah, but you are doing something.
Mimi: Look, last year it was not me. Jan and Jason were the ones who tried to drench Chloe in chicken blood.
Brady: Yeah, and they hit Philip instead, I know.
Mimi: Yeah, when he knocked Chloe out of the way.
Brady: What a hero.
Mimi: But I had nothing to do with it.
Brady: So they tried to embarrass Chloe, and the plan backfired.
Mimi: Yeah, Philip and Chloe were named Queen and King of the dance.
Brady: The rest is history. I know. So what's on tap for tonight?
Mimi: I don't know. Chloe thought she was miss popularity, and a lot of kids resent that, so something definitely could happen that --
Brady: Could break up the dream team.
Mimi: Philip will not want to have anything to do with Chloe after this --
Brady: After what? After what, Mimi? What's going to happen at the dance?
Mimi: For the record, Brady, whatever happens, none of it was my idea, okay? None of it.
Belle: Chloe, I know that you and Brady have had your problems, but you have to admit, he's been a lot nicer to you lately.
Chloe: Blood is thicker than water, Belle. I'm dating his uncle Phil, and Brady is really close to both Philip and Mr. Kiriakis. It will be his goal to break up Philip and me.
Belle: I find that hard to believe that Brady would plot against you and Philip.
Chloe: Well, he's not going to think about it that way. He's going to try to rationalize it by thinking that he's going to help me.
Belle: You're wrong.
Chloe: If you want to be in denial about it, fine.
Belle: Chloe, Brady is not going to be the one causing trouble for you at the dance. It's going to be Jan. She's up to something. As much as I hate saying this, I think Mimi's in on it with her. I pray that she's not, but she very well could be.
Chloe: Well, whatever. Either way, this is shaping up to be a very interesting dance.
Shawn-D: So you're saying that my asking Belle to the dance is going to make her think that I want to get serious or something?
Roman: No. Look, all I meant was this, okay? You guys have been buddies for a long time, right? Now you're going out on a date. So all I'm saying is that it could change the -- how do we say it? The dynamic, all right? You'll still be friends, but things will be different. Different better, maybe.
Shawn-D: Or different not better.
Roman: Look, buddy, I didn't mean to freak you here, okay? Let's look at it this way -- you have a date to the dance tonight, okay? That's it. It's not a life sentence. Have fun tonight. Fun is the key word tonight.
Shawn-D: Yeah, right, right. I got you. Yes, I'm just going to go to the dance tonight Belle. Yeah, and it'll be -- it'll be fun. I mean, she's -- she's cool, nice. Fun. Key word's fun.
Kate: Whenever I wanted something from your father, there's one thing that always got to him.
Philip: Well, what was it?
Kate: Nah. No, I can't tell you. Besides, it probably wouldn't even work.
Philip: Just tell me.
Kate: Well... When nothing else was working, the one thin would always get to him is if I gave him the silent treatment. He couldn't stand it.
Philip: I can't, either.
Kate: Well, most men can't. I mean, when you have a fight, you want it to be over. You don't want to have tension everywhere surrounding everything. But I wouldn't want you to use that tactic against your father.
Philip: Why not? Would it hurt him or something?
Kate: No, of course not, but it would really get to him, let me tell you.
Philip: Do you really think that if I refuse to talk to dad -- you know, shut him out -- that he would change his mind about helping you?
Kate: Whether or not it would work is unimportant. I don't want anything coming between you and your father. Do you understand me? That's what concerns me the most.
Victor: Marie, find out who owns the Hudson Street Diner.
Kate: You have such a fine relationship with your father. I don't want you to put it at risk. Promise me you won't.
Philip: That's hard to do, though, mom.
Kate: Well, honey, surely you understand how much this means to me.
Philip: Okay. Okay, I won't give him the silent treatment. Does that make you happy?
Kate: It's for the best.
Philip: Mom, I just want you to know that I'm going to do something to help you, though, okay?
Kate: That's very sweet of you.
Philip: Well, got a big dance tonight. Better get on the way. I'll see you. Bye.
Fay: Hey, I couldn't help overhearing. How come you didn't tell your son you're chaperoning dance?
Kate: Oh, I want him to be surprised.
Kate: Ha ha. When I put on this dress tonight, there will be money in the bank tomorrow.
Philip: So how about a game of one-on-one before the dance?
Shawn-D: We have time
Philip: Enough time for me to shut you up.
Shawn-D: In your dreams. All right, well, I'll see you later, uncle Roman. Thanks for the talk.
Roman: Have fun tonight, all right? Have fun.
Shawn-D: Fun. Right.
Roman: All right. You, too, Phil.
Philip: Oh, yeah. Can't wait. It's going to be a better dance than last year. Well, at least it has to end better, right, Shawn? Let's do it.
Brady: So there definitely is a plan, and you're telling me you have no idea about this.
Mimi: Stop pressuring me, Brady. I am going crazy over this, and I don't know what to do.
Brady: I'll tell you what you can do. You can come clean and tell me what the hell you and Jan are up to tonight.
Mimi: It's too late, okay? It's just too late.
Brady: Oh, boy. Chloe, you're in trouble. I got to find out what's going on.
Belle: Chloe, how can you be so calm?
Chloe: Philip will protect me. I know he will. He loves me. No, Belle, I don't want anything to ruin your very first date with Shawn.
Belle: My very first date with Shawn. I am so excited.
Chloe: Yeah. Well, whatever happens, I think that tonight will be a night that none of us will ever forget.
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