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Kevin: If we maintain this rate of speed, we should be there in exactly 14 -- no, revise that.
Susan: Kevin, why don't you just look at it? It's beautiful.
Kevin: You know, you're right.
Jason: Oh, hey, look.
Jan: Oh, boy. Our ecological adventure's about to begin.
Jason: Well, it looks like it has beautiful beaches. Maybe we can roll around on them a little later.
Mimi: Isn't this great? Whoo!
Mimi: Nice talking to you, too. Man, is the whole trip going to be like this?
Belle: Hey, Philip. Okay, um, I'm going to go talk to Shawn.
Shawn-D: This is so cool, man. I still can't believe you got Mr. Woods and Ms. Perez to change their minds.
Paul: I can be very persuasive.
Shawn-D: Yeah, well, I'm just glad we're going to this island as opposed to the other one.
Paul: Yeah, well, I ain't doing it for you, kid.
Paul: Now listen up, 'cause I got a major warning for you.
Abby: Do it, daddy. Kiss mommy.
Abby: Daddy really kissed you, mommy. Did you like it?
Shawn: Well, J.T. seemed a little tired, so I took him up to your mom. She put him down for a little nap.
Bo: Thanks, pop.
Shawn: So, where did Abe go?
Hope: He went to be with Lexie. I hope everything's all right. She was acting awfully strange this morning.
Bo: Yeah, well, living at the DiMera place can make anyone act strange.
Shawn: I'll tell you something. If I were Abe, I'd get my wife and my baby out of that cursed place, 'cause it's clear as glass that no good comes to anyone who lives there.
Lexie: You want Hope to go after John?
Rolf: Well, your father wants it -- to distract Hope and John, to keep them from putting the pieces together.
Lexie: To keep them from coming after my son.
Rolf: The only way to ensure that you will keep your child is to make sure that Hope Brady is history.
Lexie: Oh, God.
Rolf: And you do want to keep your child, do you not, Alexandra?
Lexie: This is so drastic.
Rolf: Well, drastic, yes, but necessary and very doable. Your father can turn her back into Gina with no problem. Just say the word, and Hope Brady will be gone forever.
Like sands through the hourglass, so are the Days of Our Lives.
Cynthia: Hey. You know what I heard?
Cynthia: There's going to be a buddy system when we go on hikes and stuff, and I don't have a buddy yet. Do you?
Philip: Oh, I guess I'll have to ask one of the guys, then.
Cynthia: Do you really think they'll be as much fun as me?
Mr. Woods: So here's the sign-up sheet for camp chores, and believe me, we will check to make sure that everyone does sign up and does work the required hours.
Jason: You guys can put in on digging latrines.
Jan: Do you think that's funny?
Jason: No, but I do think it's good experience for cleaning the toilets at school next year.
Jan: Damn Chloe. She's going to pay for doing this to us. This war isn't over,
Kevin: It's too bad we're not traveling at night. We could try to duplicate 18th century celestial navigation.
Susan: Life's full of disappointments.
Penelope: That mountain is really big.
Kevin: It's a fairly prominent peak, but it really doesn't qualify as a mountain.
Penelope: How does it happen?
Susan: She wants to know how that peak was formed.
Kevin: Well, one theory is that these islands were formed by volcanic eruptions. Another is that initially, there was one great land mass that separated and formed the continents.
Penelope: What's the highest mountain in the world?
Kevin: Everest. Biggest mountain range?
Susan: In North America, the Rockies.
Mimi: Everybody's having fun except me. Free trip to the Caribbean, and then a year of cleaning toilets to pay for it.
Philip: That you could actually feel sorry for yourself after what you've done.
Mimi: So you walked away from me before when I tried to tell you how bad I felt, and now what, you want to let me have it? Go on, Philip. I'm ready. Lay it on me.
Shawn-D: Okay, so what were you going to warn me about?
Paul: Oh, yeah, right. Like I told you before, the island you were scheduled to go to was damaged by the last group of kids that went there.
Shawn-D: Well, we won't do that.
Paul: I know. I won't let you. I'm going to be watching you all like a hawk.
Shawn-D: Well, the whole point of this expedition is to respect the environment, so I don't think you have to worry.
Paul: Hey, I trust you. I do. That's why I'm taking you to the island you and your friends wanted to go to, but when we get there, these islands were used by drug runners and other criminals, all right? They laid in surplus war mines and other traps to protect their hideouts. So it's real important you stick to the government-regulated trails, and don't go into any restricted areas, got it?
Shawn-D: Yeah, yeah, yeah, I got it.
Paul: Good. You can't ever forget how dangerous this island is.
Belle: Well, Shawn, if it's going to be dangerous, maybe we shouldn't go.
Shawn-D: No, we have to go.
Paul: Why? Hmm? What is it you two kids are up to, anyway?
Abby: Did you like it when daddy kissed you, mommy?
Jack: Look, tell me if you like it, little miss thing. Now, we better eat those buddy burgers before they coagulate.
Jack: Uh, get cold.
Jennifer: Yeah. Sweetie, why don't you go upstairs and wash up, and mommy will call you down when it's all ready, okay?
Abby: I'll get teddy so he can eat with us.
Jennifer: Good idea.
Jennifer: Don't you ever kiss me again.
Jack: I didn't intend to. I did it for Abigail. She asked me. What could I have told her?
Jennifer: You could have told her the truth.
Jack: What, that I wanted to kiss mommy more than anything I could imagine, except I couldn't, because mommy is mad at me?
Jennifer: Me being mad at you. My gosh, I can't even believe how trivial you are making this. This is about a relationship, Jack, that went terribly wrong. This is about a marriage that ended in divorce. This is about sadness and disappointment and broken hearts, and
you are making it like we had some stupid little spat, and all we have to do is kiss and make up. Oh, no, but mommy's the problem, right? Because I can't seem to find it in my heart to forgive daddy for his silly little mistakes. Mommy is so mean.
Jack: No, no, she is not mean. She is exceedingly kind, and not only kind. She's generous, sensitive, and, in fact, she's the best person I know, and she deserves to be happy. She deserves to feel loved.
Jennifer: Why are you saying this to me?
Jack: Because it's the truth.
Jennifer: Why are you saying this to me now? After all the time that we were together, you made me feel like nothing but an afterthought, Jack -- like if you woke up in the morning, and I wasn't lying beside you, you would just go on with your day. Like, "oh, oh, Jennifer's not here. Okay, so I can just exclusively concentrate on myself. What a great break." Right, Jack?
Jack: How could you feel that way? How could you not have known better?
Jennifer: I didn't know any better because you didn't let me know better. You didn't seem to have the time to make your feelings clear for me. I mean, not with all the great television that was on, you know, and the fascinating magazines that we had lying around the house and the phone that was just sitting there, waiting for you to call the dozens of people to talk about God knows what. You were awfully busy, and that tended to get in the way of you making me feel wanted and loved. You just couldn't quite shoehorn that into your day, could you?
Jack: Being demonstrative was never my strong point. You knew that going in.
Jennifer: Oh, I knew that you being a touchy-feely person -- I knew that about you, Jack, but did it ever occur to you that you could explain to me -- take the time to put your arms around me and tell me that you loved me? I had no idea that I was going to play second fiddle to just about everything else in your life.
Jack: No, no, you were not second fiddle. You were -- you were the conductor. Every time you wave a baton, you make everything happen. My life -- this sounds so trite, but it is so accurate. You make it worth living.
Jennifer: Why are you telling me this now? Why didn't you tell me then when it would have meant something to me?
Jack: Doesn't it mean anything now? Does it mean anything at all?
Jennifer: No, it doesn't mean anything, and I can't let it mean anything.
Jack: You mean you won't let it mean anything, but it could. Let me help you. If you -- let me help you feel that. Just trust me. Let me just try.
Jennifer: Don't you dare. Don't you ever kiss me again.
Lexie: Okay, how can my father turn Hope into Gina?
Rolf: Well, it's better if you don't know the details.
Lexie: She's my best friend. I-I couldn't hurt her.
Rolf: So, you are content for Hope to discover the truth about the baby switch and take Isaac from you?
Shawn: Just what was it that Lexie was all upset about?
Hope: Well, she's been under a tremendous amount of pressure ever since that guy showed up claiming to be Isaac's biological father.
Shawn: Hmm, but that's all over now, ain't it, huh?
Shawn: You know, I mean... What are you doing with an empty glass in front of you? What are you doing, trying to give the pub a bad name, huh? Good God.
Bo: Thanks, pop.
Hope: Oh, Bo, I forgot to tell you. I have to share the most adorable story with you. J.T. was looking at that little soccer picture of Shawn. You know, the one I have on the fridge?
Hope: He was really looking at it. I think he really understands that his brother's gone, and he truly misses him.
Bo: I miss him, too. You know what? I think it's about time we took a family vacation together -- the four of us.
Hope: Yes! I think that's a great idea. Let's start planning it the minute Shawn gets back.
Bo: Yeah. How about we go to Dublin? That would be the perfect place, don't you think?
Shawn: I thought I told you. Don't ever talk about going back to Ireland again.
Abby: Rebecca's mom's going to have another baby.
Abby: A boy. How do they know that?
Jennifer: Well, uh, they do this procedure called a sonogram, and they take a picture of the baby with sound waves, and they usually do it just to make sure the baby's healthy, but if the baby's facing the right direction, you can see if it's a boy or a girl.
Abby: Doesn't that spoil the surprise?
Jennifer: Well, I don't know. I mean, people feel differently. So and others feel like it's opening Christmas presents early.
Abby: I wouldn't want to know. Did you guys know I was a girl?
Jack: Yeah, we did, but it was your fault. We were talking to you one time, and you just let it slip.
Abby: I did not.
Jack: But we did talk to you. I mean, your mommy would lie down, and I would get next to her belly, and I would say, "hello, in there. Got everything you need?"
Jennifer: One time you kicked your daddy right in the face.
Jack: Oh, that's right. That's right. Your mommy was eating way too much broccoli, and, of course, we all know how you feel about broccoli.
Abby: That sounds like so much fun.
Jennifer: It was. It was great.
Abby: So, can I have a brother like Rebecca? Or a sister. I don't care. I just think that having another baby would make us a real family.
Lexie: Rolf, you listen to me. I don't want Hope hurt in any way.
Rolf: We are not talking about her being hurt. Turning her back into Gina would be doing her a favor. She yearns to have that life again.
Lexie: No. Why would you even say something like that?
Rolf: Because it is true, and the sooner she becomes Gina, the better it is for you. Then you will have Isaac forever, but if you wait for Gina to emerge on her own, Hope could take Isaac from you while you are waiting.
Lexie: This is insane. I want to talk to my father. Where is he?
Rolf: Look, you know it's best if you do not know. However, I will be happy to give him any messages from you.
Lexie: Okay, you tell him that I need him to protect me and my son. [Keys jingle]
Lexie: What are you doing here?
Bo: What a surprise. I mention Ireland, you blow a gasket.
Hope: So why do you do it, then?
Shawn: To pay me back for trying to protect him, for having the temerity to worry about my son's safety.
Bo: I'm supposed to forget about bringing DiMera to justice?
Shawn: I didn't say that.
Bo: We both know that factory in Ireland is the key to bringing him down.
Hope: Hey, guys, come on. Could you lower your blood pressure?
Bo: I'll tell you what -- I'll make you a deal. I won't go to Dublin if you tell me what happened to make you so scared. [Explosion]
Shawn: Nothing happened, and I'm not scared.
Bo: Aw, damn it, pop, that -- why are you lying to me?
Andie: I can't wait to explore the island.
Hawk: I can't wait to see the girls in their bikinis.
Mr. Woods: Now I want you all to be very careful about wandering off on your own. We don't need anyone getting lost.
Kevin: [Makes buzzer sound] Your time is up. You are the weakest link. Goodbye.
Penelope: Boy, you guys are so smart. You'd both do really well on that show.
Kevin: I know I would. Even Anne Robinson would be impressed. Did you know she was named after "Robinson Crusoe"?
Susan: That's not true. Robinson is her last name.
Kevin: She reversed it. Her real name is Robinson Anne.
Kevin: No. It was a joke.
Susan: It just didn't happen to be a funny joke.
Jan: First, I'm going to get my parents to hire a lawyer, and then get my sentence reversed and sue ghoul girl for defamation of character.
Jason: Jan, your parents didn't even show up to the hearing, and now aren't they both in Europe with their new boyfriend and girlfriend?
Jan: So? They'll be back. Look, I can tell you're bummed out about --
Jan: Gee, Jason, thanks for the insight.
Jason: You need to let everything go. Have a little fun. I think I have something that can help.
Philip: Everyone knows who you are now, Mimi. They know you're a follower, that you
have no guts, and that you're too stupid to see that Jan's a mental case, that she lives to hurt people. Yet you hooked up with her, which makes you beyond pathetic.
Mimi: Okay, can I get a word in here?
Philip: I don't care what you have to say.
Mimi: Well, you better care, because you know what? I am not the only stupid and pathetic one here. In fact, I don't know how you can dare to get all moral on me when what you did to Chloe was, like, 100 times worse than what I did.
Shawn-D: I, um, I have something to do for my great-grandmother.
Paul: On this particular island off Puerto Rico?
Shawn-D: Yes, she was the one who introduced me to bird watching, actually.
Shawn-D: Yeah, the birds, right, and so I wanted to go out to this island and spot this very rare species of bird for her.
Paul: I see. Well, seeing as how it's for your great-grandmother, maybe I can help you with it.
Shawn-D: You're not taking the boat back to Puerto Rico?
Paul: No, the company wants me to stay with you guys on the island -- make sure nothing goes wrong. Hey, but I'm glad. I love this group of islands. I always look forward to coming back.
Belle: Wait, I thought you said you lived here.
Paul: I do, but I've lived in a lot of other places, and I always miss it here. I always feel like I'm coming home even if I've only been gone just a day.
Belle: Oh, my gosh. Look how beautiful it is.
Paul: Yeah, you don't know the half of it -- beautiful innocent women, warm breezes -- paradise, the perfect place for you and your boyfriend to get it on.
Jack: Of course mommy can have another baby. Ow!
Jennifer: But we're not going to.
Abby: Why not?
Jack: Good question. Ow!
Jennifer: Because, Abby, and, daddy, there are certain important decisions in life that are private, and it wouldn't be right for us to discuss that with you.
Abby: 'Cause I'm not old enough?
Jennifer: No, because they're private. They're private between me and daddy, so you know what? If you are done, why don't you take Theodore and go up and wash your hands and get ready for your play date, okay?
Abby: Okay. Come on, Theodore.
Jennifer: Are you deliberately trying to drive me out of this house?
Jack: And where did that come from?
Jennifer: First you kiss me, and then you lead our daughter to believe that there's a chance we may have another baby
Jack: Of course we can have another baby. Anything is possible.
Jennifer: I am not going to let her live in this dream world.
Jack: You know, at least somebody here has to try to be positive, 'cause if it's left up to you, we're never going to get back together.
Abe: What do you mean, what am I doing here? Unfortunately I live here.
Lexie: I'm -- I'm sorry. Honey, you startled me. I-I meant to say what are you doing home so early?
Abe: I ran into Hope. She said you seemed tense, and from your reaction, she was right.
Lexie: No, no. I'm fine.
Abe: Lexie, tell me the truth. Is something wrong?
Lexie: I'm sorry. I know this is stupid. I'm just -- I'm just scared. Would you just hold me, just hold me and tell me everything's going to be all right?
Abe: It's all right. Sweetheart, whatever's bothering you, we can take care of it together.
Abe: You know what, though?
Abe: You got to tell me what it is.
Lexie: Just something that Hope said. It was terrible, Abe.
Abe: Well, go on.
Lexie: Well, um, she started talking about Marlo being a drunk.
Abe: She was.
Lexie: Right, but Isaac is perfectly healthy and J.T. has fetal alcohol syndrome, so Hope came up with this crazy theory. I mean, okay, there were four babies born at the hospital that night, and now Hope wonders if her baby was mixed up with Marlo's.
Lexie: Yeah, I told her there's no way that could have happened. I told her how tight security is at the hospital. It couldn't have happened.
Abe: Well, if it couldn't have happened, then why has Hope got you so upset?
Shawn: Are you saying I'm a liar?
Bo: I'm stating outright that something happened in Ireland you're not telling me about, and if you don't tell me or Roman, you're not only a liar, you're a lousy father.
Hope: God, Bo --
Bo: I'm talking about our family's safety here.
Shawn: All right. All right, fine. I do know something that happened years ago, but I will not tell you because I will not put our family at risk. And I'll tell you something else.
Even if you knew, it would not help you get DiMera. So leave it alone, Bo, and you concentrate on your responsibilities here as a husband and a father.
Susan: Did you really think that thing you said about Anne Robs was funny?
Kevin: Yeah, I did. At verbal comedy.
Susan: Verbal comedy?
Susan and Penelope: Ha ha ha!
Susan: Now, that's funny.
Mimi: You know, I may be a follower, I may be mean and stupid, but damn it! At least I didn't turn my back on someone I said I loved. My God, Philip, you actually thought that the girl you worshipped would set up a web site like that herself and sell naked pictures of herself?
Philip: Shut up!
Philip: Shut up.
Mimi: So you don't have to take any responsibility for your part in hurting your precious Chloe? So you can feel like a victim? When in reality you are a bigger jerk than Jan and I put together. Nice going, Meems. At this rate you're a shoo-in for the most popular on the boat.
Mr. Woods: Listen, everybody up by the rail. Pretty soon we're coming into the cove. You're going to want to see this.
Hawk: Okay, let's go.
Jan: And what magic thing do you possibly have that could make me feel any better on a field trip with all of my peers?
Jason: Oh, nothing. Just this right here.
Jan: So that's why you're so happy.
Jason: Yep, 151 proof rum. Pretty good, huh? One shot of this will make everybody happy, even you.
Jan: Ew, yuck. It smells like gasoline.
Jason: Well, yeah. It's multifunctional. It makes everything go.
Jan: Not me, Jason. I think you've hit a new low.
Paul: Hey, what are you blushing for? Well, he is your boyfriend, right?
Shawn-D: We've been friends since we were kids, and she's 16, so watch what you say, all right?
Paul: Hey, I'm sorry. No harm intended. 16, huh? Could have fooled me.
Belle: Oh, look, land. I'm going to go watch us get closer to it.
Shawn-D: Look, Belle, look, I'm sorry he embarrassed you like that. I mean, I didn't tell him about you or us.
Belle: No, I'm fine. I just thought you might be embarrassed that he thought you were my boyfriend. I mean, we've only been out on one date. It's not like you have to hang out with me all the time.
Shawn-D: Oh, I know that. Is it okay if maybe I want to? Plus we're going to be finding my great-grandmother's ruby together. We're both going to be heroes.
Belle: Could we please not talk about that?
Shawn-D: Yeah. Yeah, that's fine. Um, but I'm going to go talk to the captain. Why don't you just find Mimi or whatever?
Belle: Okay. Bye.
Shawn-D: All right, I'll see you.
Belle: Philip, Philip, how are you doing?
Philip: Well, I'd be a lot better if people would stop asking me that.
Belle: I was just --
Philip: I know, I know. You're trying to help, and I'm being a jerk, huh? Big surprise, right?
Belle: Philip, I know I'm going to sound a lot my mom, but think the reason you're feeling so bad is because this all happened so recently, and you just need time to work through this, to heal.
Philip: I just keep thinking about how obsessed I was, you know? I wanted to get married, have kids? How stupid can you get, right? Who thinks about that stuff at our age? Only needy jerks with one-track minds. All I could focus on was Chloe. I did everything for her, Belle. Every game I played -- I wanted to impress her.
Belle: Well, you know what, Philip? You shouldn't be so hard on yourself. It's not that uncommon.
Philip: What do you mean?
Belle: Well, there are a lot of kids in school who go out on one date and then all of a sudden they're talking about going steady or marriage. It's like they lose track of everything that's important in their life.
Philip: That's exactly what I did. It's like all I was, was Chloe's boyfriend, you know?
Belle: Well, then maybe it's best Chloe got off the plane and didn't come with us. This will give you both time to think about your relationship, and if you ever do get back together, then you'll both be better people, stronger.
Philip: You know, for a long time, Belle, but until right now I don't think I've ever realized what a great person you are -- smart and just... Unbelievably nice. I really mean that.
Jennifer: Getting back --did you say getting back together?
Jack: Of course that's what I said. That's the point, isn't it?
Jennifer: The point is is that I tried to make this marriage work over and over again and all I got was a kick in the teeth, so I am not going down that road again.
Jack: Even when everything we ever wanted is at the end of that road?
Jennifer: Why do you always talk in metaphors? Can't you just use nice plain, simple words like, "we are wrong for each other. Our track record proves it"?
Jack: And what are we going to tell Abigail?
Jennifer: We're going tell her the truth. We're going to tell her that we're living together because we love her. And as much as I resisted the idea in the beginning, I think that you were right.
Jack: Mira bile dictu! Finally Jennifer Horton says that I am right about something!
Jennifer: About Abby, okay? I think it's great that we're living in this house together, but if you keep pushing this whole togetherness issue, she's going to live in a world of constant tension, Jack.
Jack: Not if we act like grownups.
Jennifer: Grownups stick to their agreements.
Bo: You know what you're living in the dark ages. You've taken it upon yourself to keep a secret that might help me nail DiMera.
Shawn: Well, you know, you're right. No, I am from another generation, and in my entire life, I never spoke to my parents the way you just talked to me. You should be ashamed of yourself.
Hope: Bo, don't leave it like this. Go talk to him.
Bo: Ha. Why? He's not going to listen.
Hope: You really hurt his feelings. Some of the things you said --
Bo: Too bad. What if, God forbid, something happened to him and he didn't tell anybody? What then?
Hope: You weren't listening to him, either, because he said if you did find out, it still wouldn't help, and you'd be putting the family in danger, Bo.
Bo: I should have known you'd side with him.
Hope: What is that supposed to mean?
Bo: You're keeping secrets from me, too.
Abe: You know, uh, I still don't see why you're so upset.
Lexie: Honey, honey, think about it. What if Hope tells someone else her crazy idea? They might start to wonder, they might start to gossip.
Abe: Well, no one doubts that Isaac is Marlo's baby. Maybe -- you know, maybe Hope is saying this out of guilt.
Abe: Well, I mean, she doesn't know what she did when she was Gina, but she knows that Gina drank. That's why J.T. has F.A.S.
Lexie: Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, you're right. Yeah, that must be it.
Abe: I'm surprised you didn't see this for yourself. Unless there's something you're not telling me.
Lexie: No. No. Honey, you know, it's just after all this business with Glen, the last thing I need right now is anyone else asking questions about Isaac.
Abe: Oh. Oh, I'm sorry. I get it. I know, you're worried that Isaac's biological father may show up again, and we'll just have to go through all this again.
Abe: Well, that's not going to happen. That's no more likely than Hope's new theory about our babies being switched at birth.
Jennifer: I-I just -- I don't understand you. I don't understand why you create so much tension and animosity. Why can't you just leave well enough alone?
Jack: You know why, Jennifer. Because I still love you.
Abe: Sweetheart, I know Hope has you upset, but, you know, you have to understand she wants answers, answers she'll probably never get, as to why her baby has F.A.S. and Isaac doesn't. You've got to know that no one is ever going to try to take Isaac away from us again.
Lexie: You don't know that for sure, Abe.
Abe: Honey, it's over. It's over. We are never going to circulate that sketch of Marlo again.
Lexie: But what if Marlo wasn't dead? What if she was alive, here in Salem, and decided that she wanted her baby back?
Abe: You're talking crazy now.
Lexie: What if she claimed that she didn't know what she was doing -- I mean, that she was drunk when she agreed to the adoption?
Abe: But she is dead.
Lexie: Oh, God. If Isaac's mother were alive, she could get him back, Abe. She could -- they would -- the courts would give him back to his natural mother.
Abe: Oh, sweetheart. Sweetheart, you've got to stop doing this to yourself. Hey, Isaac's our child, and his biological mother is dead. Is dead.
Lexie: [Thinking] No, Abe, Isaac's mother is very much alive and getting closer and closer to the truth.
Hope: What do you mean, I'm keeping secrets from you?
Bo: You know more about your life as Gina than you're telling me, and I think you know who J.T.'s biological father is. So, what, you trying to protect me, too, is that it? Well, don't. I don't need it. I'm sick and tired of your lies, from him, from you.
Hope: Bo, wait.
Bo: See you at home, okay?
Hope: Bo, wait.
Bo: Wait. Yeah, right.
Hope: Bo, don't leave -- [mumbles]
Shawn: Hey, you all right? Hope, I'm sorry.
Hope: It's not your fault. I just -- I don't know where any of this came from. Bo's never talked to me like this before.
Shawn: Nor me.
Hope: Then maybe you should tell him what he needs to know.
Shawn: Well, darling, I'll tell you, I'm taking that -- that secret to the grave with me. Listen, I need you to convince Bo to forget that there even is such a place as Ireland, huh?
Hope: Shawn, that's impossible.
Shawn: Well, it's necessary because he must never, ever go back there to investigate the past. Never. Do you hear me, lass, huh?
Hope: Yeah, I hear you, and I believe you.
Shawn-D: Captain, can you, uh, show me those restricted areas you were talking about again?
Paul: Yeah, sure, but we're almost there, so why don't you just go make sure everything's shipshape before we put in?
Shawn-D: Yes, sir.
Jan: I said no, okay? It's gross.
Jason: Just keep your mouth shut so Woods and Perez don't hear you. They'll be all over my back. You'll go to prison.
Jan: But I didn't do anything wrong.
Jason: Who's going to believe anything you say?
Jan: Then keep that stuff away from me, okay, Jason? I can't afford to screw up on this trip.
Jason: Fine. More for me.
Philip: I embarrassed you. I'm sorry.
Belle: No, it's okay. It's just -- it's not like I said anything earth-shattering. I was just trying to put things in perspective.
Philip: Well, I appreciate it anyway, especially since you said I didn't have to just forget about Chloe, you know? That we both need time to heal. That meant a lot, Belle.
Belle: You know what, Philip? I think you're going to be okay. Look! Land.
Philip: Yeah. Yeah, I can't wait.
Belle: Look at the water. It looks so warm and clear.
Philip: Yeah. It's going to be hard to remember that we're here to learn, but I better at least try.
Mimi: Even Jan has Jason to make her feel better, and I don't have anybody. Probably never will.
Eduardo: ¿Que pasó? What do you think you're doing?
Paul: Saving your butt, that's what. You got drunk last night, passed out, so I'm taking the kids out to the island.
Paul: And I'm staying with them, okay? So you can take the boat back to the mainland, pick us up in a few weeks.
Eduardo: You ever handle a boat this big before?
Paul: I have plenty of experience. Another couple of minutes, we'll drop anchor.
Eduardo: Icuidado! Icuidado!
Mimi: [Thinking] No one even knows I'm here. This trip is going to be a disaster.
Philip: Belle, you okay?