Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 8/22/01
Provided By Stephanie
Hope: What John tells me about my past may be hard for me to hear, but I can handle it. I have to. Oh, shoot! Oh God, I am so late. Bo is going to freak.
Bo: What the hell's this?
Julie: It's laundry, Bo.
Bo: Yeah, why is it piled in the middle of the living room?
Doug: Hope must have been in a hurry when she left.
Bo: Must've been? You mean, you didn't see her?
Julie: Well, uh, no. Actually, Caroline was watching J.T., and Hope just happened to call us, so we went over to the pub and got him. Let me have him, darling. Are you feeling a little tired, sweetie-pie?
Bo: He's tired of being lugged all over town. He wants to see his mom, not a bunch of sitters.
Doug: Well, Bo, we're not sitters, we're grandparents.
Julie: We love looking after him.
[J.T. Crying loudly]
Bo: Did Hope tell you where she went? No, forget it. Never mind. I know where she went, and why she's so damn late.
Julie: Please don't swear in front of the baby.
Doug: Hope is going to walk through that door any minute, Bo, you'll see.
Bo: Well, she'd better. This is her home. This is where she should be, obviously.
Shawn-D: How could I have been so stupid?
Mimi: Good question, Shawn.
Shawn-D: Don't get on my case, Mimi.
Mimi: Oh, I'm not going to get on your case. I'm just going to jump all over your butt for being so irresponsible and dumb and such a typical guy, taking advantage of Belle like that.
Shawn-D: You don't even know what happened.
Mimi: Oh, please. The moonlight swim, the blanket you just happened to have handy on the beach. Go tell it to someone brain dead.
Shawn-D: Look, you don't understand, all right?
Mimi: I understand. I totally get how you almost ruined your life.
Philip: What the hell is wrong with me yelling at her like that, pushing her away? Oh, God, please help me. Please help me get Chloe back.
Brady: Come on.
Chloe: [Giggles] Ok, we're still outside. I can smell trees, flowers. Where are we, Brady? This is driving me crazy.
Brady: Come on, what kind of game would this be if I told you? Oh, I get it. You're one of those people who only has fun when they win, right?
Chloe: I knew it! You're just trying to get back at me for beating the pants off you at bowling.
Brady: Wait a second. You didn't beat me by yourself. You had mama Wesley on your team, the bowling Queen of Salem. She even had her own ball.
Chloe: Yeah, Nancy was awesome, and I was pretty great for my first time. Hey, the testosterone team lost, so get over it, Brady. Hey, don't leave me. Brady, where are you going?
Brady: Hang on, hang on.
Brady: Right here. I have a surprise for you, Chloe.
Like sands through the hourglass, so are the Days of Our Lives.
Bo: Here, let me have him.
Julie: Uh-uh, you're too upset.
Bo: I'm not going to hurt -- what is the matter with you? Give him to me.
Julie: Darling, you are seething with negative energy. That's the last thing he needs right now.
Bo: What he needs is his mother.
Doug: Honey, give him a break. This is stressful for all of us. What I'm trying to figure out is just what's causing you to bust a gut, Bo. Hope is a grownup. Sometimes grownups are late getting home. She's allowed.
Bo: That's you all over, Doug, butting in where you don't have a clue what's going on.
Doug: That's right. I don't have a clue, so why don't you just enlighten your poor father-in-law. I mean, what's your damn problem?
Hope: Hey, everybody.
Doug: Don't you start with me.
Hope: What's wrong?
Bo: What's wrong? You've been gone for hours, and suddenly you care what's wrong.
Hope: Hey, sweetheart. How are you doing, bunny? Oh, baby, you look tired. You know what? I think you need a nap.
Julie: A nap. Oh, why didn't I think of that. I'm so sorry, darling.
Bo: Don't apologize. At least you were here for him.
Julie: Uh, yeah, so how about I put you down for a nice little nap, honey. That will make you feel better. We'll be right back. Ok. Put you right down in your crib, sweetheart. I know you're tired. Yeah.
Hope: Hi. Daddy, thank you so much for picking J.T. up for me. I really appreciate it.
Doug: Oh, it's our pleasure. Besides, it gave me an excuse to get some of Caroline's fish chowder.
Hope: Oh, she's the best cook, isn't she? I have to say, much better than myself.
Doug: And way better than Julie, but don't tell her I said so.
Hope: Oh, I won't --
Bo: Don't worry, Doug. Hope's really good at keeping secrets.
Doug: Well, how have you two been? That good, huh?
Julie: Oh, boy. He conked out right away. He was so tired. And we can hear him on the baby monitor if he wakes up. Aren't these things wonderful? This way parents aren't so tied down to their kids. Well, how about a snack to take the edge off. I mean, I'm no Martha Stewart, but I can put out cheese and crackers.
Hope: No, Julie, it's all right. I'll take care of dinner. I'll put it together pretty soon --
Bo: Like you took care of the house today?
Hope: What are you doing?
Bo: Everything else is on the floor. Why not the dirty clothes?
Hope: They're not dirty. I did the laundry when I got up this morning.
Bo: It's a mess. This whole place is a mess.
Hope: We have a baby. I don't have as much time as I used to. But if you can't live with a little mess all of a sudden, then please go right ahead, clean it up, all of it!
Shawn-D: Mimi, did you talk to Belle? Is she mad?
Mimi: What is it, Shawn? Worried Belle won't let you maul her again?
Shawn-D: Oh, it wasn't like that.
Mimi: You want to know what it looked like? It looks bad. So bad that if anybody but me had seen you, Belle's rep would have been trashed. How could you do that, Shawn? How could you sink to the level of a selfish jerk?
Shawn-D: It's not like I had some evil plan, Mimi. Belle and I care about each other.
Mimi: You care? Really? You care so much you took precautions, right? Right? You were prepared to go all the way with a girl you've known your whole life -- someone you're supposed to respect -- without even having a condom in your pocket? What if you got her pregnant?
Shawn-D: Ok, I said it was dumb! I can't believe how dumb!
Mimi: Shawn, you guys have had, like, one official date. You've been waiting years just to kiss her, for God's sake. But put you on the beach, throw in the moon and a few stars, and you morph into pig-Jason.
Shawn-D: Come on, you know I'm not like that!
Mimi: I know you were raised better than that, Shawn, but I don't know what you're like anymore. Not anymore.
Shawn-D: We went swimming.
Mimi: You weren't doing the backstroke when Kevin and I walked in, that's for sure. It looked a whole lot more like the breaststr --
Shawn-D: Oh, jeez! Oh!
Mimi: Jeez yourself. So, go ahead, you went swimming.
Shawn-D: Belle got cold. I tried to warm her up.
Mimi: Oh, God help us.
Shawn-D: Seriously, Mimi! She was shivering, ok? Then we started kissing.
Mimi: To keep Belle warm.
Shawn-D: Yes, but, look, we got carried away. I know that. I know. And I said it was stupid, ok? I tried to stop, but it... What do you want me to say, Mimi? It got out of hand.
Belle: So, what's wrong? Is it Chloe? Ok, it's Chloe. Can't stop thinking about her, huh?
Philip: Worse. I wanted to hear her voice.
Belle: Philip, you didn't... You called her?
Philip: Yeah. I went through Mr. Woods' stuff and found his cell phone.
Belle: What if he had caught you?
Philip: I would take any risk for Chloe.
Belle: So, you called Salem. Did it go through?
Philip: Yeah, it went through. She was bowling.
Belle: Chloe? Bowling?
Philip: That's not the surprising part, though. She was with her folks and your brother.
Belle: Chloe never does anything with Dr. and Mrs. Wesley. That's amazing.
Philip: Belle, wake up. I said she was with Brady. What the hell's up with that?
Belle: Well, they were hating each other a lot less when we left for the trip, but that doesn't mean they're best friends or anything.
Philip: That whole hating each other thing is a bunch of crap! Brady was just waiting for me to leave town so he could make a move on my girlfriend.
Belle: Philip, they were bowling, not making out.
Philip: They were bowling with her family. Next thing you know, they'll be planning the wedding together.
Brady: Perfect place for a wedding, huh?
Chloe: Is it? I guess.
Brady: Well, that's what this place is used for. Weddings, special events. Parks department rents it out.
Chloe: It's beautiful. Is it always lit up at night? Must cost the city a lot of money.
Brady: No, there's a manual switch in the back. I discovered it when I was 15 years old.
Chloe: Oh, so anyone who walks through the park can just flip the switch.
Brady: Shh! That's my secret. Well, it's ours now.
Chloe: So, what? You would come here all by yourself, and...
Brady: No, no, not by myself. I actually used to bring dates here. Pretty corny.
Chloe: It's not how I picture you.
Brady: What? Romantic? I'm as romantic as the next guy. And I just love talking to myself.
Chloe: I'm sorry. What did you say?
Brady: It doesn't matter. You were thinking about Philip, weren't you?
Chloe: Well, you didn't hear the pain in his voice on the phone. He really misses me so much, and he loves me.
Brady: How do you feel?
Chloe: Wow. Whatever happened to "Philip's no good for you, Chloe, so stop thinking about him"?
Brady: I find when it comes to love, you can't force things. You'll either stop thinking about him, or you won't. You'll stop caring, or you won't. Nothing I say will change that. It's up to you.
Belle: If that's what you're worried about -- Brady and Chloe -- forget it. I know there's nothing going on there.
Philip: Belle, Belle, they're in Salem. We're not. All of Chloe's friends are on this trip.
Belle: That's probably why she's doing things with the Wesley's. She's desperate, really desperate. Chloe hates being in the same room as her mom.
Philip: Chloe hates being around Brady, too, right?
Belle: Mostly right.
Philip: Now she's partying with them. It doesn't make sense, unless...
Belle: Unless what?
Philip: Something happened. Now she's hanging out with her mom, and Brady was putting the moves on her, and now she's his girlfriend.
Belle: Philip, listen. We are away from our parents on a tropical island, which is cool but strange at the same time. It's very easy to get carried away, which I'm figuring out for myself. But you are letting your imagination go nuts.
Philip: Brady is attracted to Chloe. I'm not imagining that.
Belle: Ok, well, if he is, I never caught on to it, but Chloe is crazy about you. Look, she's told me things, personal things. She really cares about you.
Philip: Not anymore. Not after what I said to her.
Belle: Just now on the phone? Philip, you need a keeper. What did you say?
Philip: I called her a bitch. Great, huh?
Belle: Not really, mm-mm.
Philip: Yeah, no kidding. I also called her a phony and a liar.
Belle: That's some real sweet talk. What did she say?
Philip: I didn't give her a chance. I hung up on her.
Belle: Philip, I was wrong when I told you not to worry. Worry. Worry a lot.
Chloe: You're being very sweet and nice, but...
Brady: Hey, I hate to see a girl cry, that's all.
Chloe: Well, you've never made a secret of your low opinion of me and Philip together.
Brady: In the end, we all have to live with our own choices.
Chloe: Yeah, well, usually, you're so heavy on how Philip's not mature enough, and yada, yada, yada.
Brady: I guess I just have a sense about how things will turn out in the end. You'll just have to see for yourself.
Chloe: Right. I guess it's like you said, I have to make up my own mind. You know the truth, Chloe. You just don't want to face it. And you sure as hell don't want me confirming the fact that all evidence leads to one thing -- that Philip is totally the wrong guy for you.
Julie: You two are busy. Doug and I will get the cheese and crackers. Doug?
Doug: Right behind you.
Bo: I don't expect you to take care of all the house stuff. It's never been that way.
Hope: No, it hasn't, Bo.
Bo: I work all day --
Hope: And I don't?
Bo: So it makes sense that you're the one to keep things together around here because you're the one who's at home, or at least you used to be.
Hope: But now I'm not allowed to go out, is that it?
Bo: I never said that.
Hope: You know, too bad you don't have a tower to lock me up in like Princess Gina. It seemed to work for Stefano.
Bo: Don't try to turn this around. There's nothing wrong with a man expecting his wife to be at home at the end of the day, instead of --
Hope: Instead of what?
Bo: Where were you?
Hope: Excuse me?
Bo: No, you are not excused. I want to know where you were.
Hope: You know, stop treating me like I'm some derelict mother who neglects her children. I had to go out, so I made sure that J.T. was well looked after. What more -- I
don't know what more I could have done, Bo.
Bo: You could tell me where the hell you were.
Julie: I don't know what to do.
Doug: Well, there's the back door. Let's just go.
Julie: No, no, we can't leave now.
Doug: Why not?
Julie: Well, then they'll know that we heard them arguing.
Doug: Well, duh.
Julie: Trust me, they'll be much more embarrassed if they think that we left.
Hope: I just love it when you bring your work home with you, detective. I was with a friend. Am I still allowed to have friends?
Bo: Wow, you're still not telling me the truth.
Hope: What do you want to know?
Bo: Who was it? Who was this friend? Never mind, I know. John Black. You can't seem to stay away from him, can you?
Shawn-D: Look, Belle and I, we just lost control.
Mimi: You're letting yourself off the hook a little too easy, buddy. I mean, of course, we want to do it. Our bodies are programmed to want to do it. But that's why God gave us a brain, to say, "hey, whoa, you know that thing you're doing that feels so incredibly amazing? Gotta stop it. Now. Not in a minute, not later, now. Before you blow your whole future."
Shawn-D: It didn't happen, Mimi, ok? Nothing really happened.
Mimi: I just don't want to see Belle get hurt. You either. So watch it, pal. Next time, use your brain, and tell your hormones to take a hike.
Paul: Hey, studman, what's the matter? Miss hot stuff turn you down?
Shawn-D: No, it's nothing like that. We were just joking around.
Paul: Girlfriend's not putting out, huh?
Mimi: I am not Shawn's girlfriend. Trust me on that one.
Paul: Whoever picks that one off's going to be one lucky dude.
Shawn-D: All right, would you not talk about her like that, please? Mimi's my friend.
Paul: Whatever you say.
Shawn-D: So, what's up with the treasure hunt? What's next?
Paul: Danger, baby. The biggest danger of your young life.
Chloe: You know, I never have to guess what's on your mind, Brady, because you just come right out and say it. And, look, you may be right. Maybe Philip is the wrong guy for me, but if I'm going to come to that understanding, it's got to be on my own terms, and it's got to be the right time for me.
Brady: So, in other words, "shut up, Brady."
Chloe: Yeah, something like that.
Brady: I see. In that case, let's turn our attention towards this absolutely beautiful evening, huh?
Chloe: Oh, yeah, and this beautiful place. I knew that this place reminded me of something, but I just couldn't remember.
Brady: What's that?
Chloe: Oh, come on. You're a movie buff. The gazebo... A lovely, young, innocent girl with the sound of music playing in the background?
Brady: The sound of music playing in the background? Wait a second, you mean, capital "s," capital "m" sound of music.
Chloe: Yeah. Remember Liesl? She's the oldest daughter, and she sneaks out of the house to meet this cute blonde guy she has a crush on.
Brady: Yeah, Rolf. He thought he was all older and wiser than Liesl, but the fact was they were both babes in arms.
Chloe: It's her first major crush.
Brady: His, too. He sees Liesl in the moonlight. She takes his breath away.
Chloe: Rolf lifts Lieslís chin, remember?
Brady: That's right. You wait, little girl on an empty stage for fate to turn the light on [both giggling] your life, little girl, is an empty page that men will want to write on.
Chloe: To write on.
Brady: You are sixteen going on seventeen baby, it's time to think you better beware be canny and careful baby, you're on the brink you are sixteen going on seventeen fellows will fall in line eager young lads and roues and cads will offer you food and wine totally unprepared are you to face a world of men timid and shy and scared are you of things beyond your ken you need someone older and wiser telling you what to do I am seventeen going on eighteen I'll take care of you.
Chloe: I am sixteen going on seventeen I know that I'm naive fellows I meet may tell me I'm sweet and willingly I believe I am sixteen going on seventeen innocent as a rose bachelor dandies drinkers of brandies what do I know of those? Totally unprepared am I to face a world of men timid and shy and scared am I of things beyond my ken I need someone older and wiser telling me what to do you are seventeen going on eighteen I'll depend on you.
Chloe: I am sixteen.
Brady: Going on seventeen.
Chloe: I'll depend on.
Brady: I'll take care of
Brady and Chloe: You.
Hope: Bo, I thought we had worked through all of this.
Bo: No, what happened is you pretended to care what I thought so you could run off and do whatever the hell you wanted.
Hope: That's not fair.
Bo: You dumped J.T. at my mom's, then you have Doug and Julie go pick him up. That's ok. He's not important. He's just an afterthought.
Hope: Don't be stupid. You, Shawn, and J.T. are everything to me. You're my life --
Bo: No, what is important to you is finding out about your past.
Hope: Yes, finding out about my past as Gina is very important, yes indeed it is. Look, John promised that he would tell me. I don't care what you think or what anyone else says, ok? Because I have to know, Bo. I hate fighting with you. Can't we just calm down and relax, please? Bo, I love you so much, Brady.
Bo: I love you, too, but this thing with John is messed up.
Hope: I'm sorry.
Bo: Not sorry enough to tell me whatever it is you're hiding from me. Man, I hate this feeling.
Hope: What feeling?
Bo: Not being able to trust you.
Hope: Whoa, whoa, wait a minute. How did we go from being late, the house looks like a pigpen to you not trusting me?
Bo: Do me a favor. Don't patronize me.
Hope: Bo, I'm not patro --
Bo: You want to hang out with John, put your head on his shoulder, tell him your deep, dark secrets, go ahead. But I am not going to pretend like I like it. Because I don't.
Hope: I'm sorry. I have to handle this the way I think is best.
Bo: Fine, then you handle it without me.
Hope: Bo, wait a minute --
Bo: I'm out of here! I'll get my own damn dinner.
Philip: What happens to me, Belle? I love her so much. I'm dying to be with her. It's like I go nuts if I can't hear her voice, and then two seconds after she picks up the phone, I'm yelling at her and saying all this garbage.
Belle: You found out Brady was with Chloe, and you got jealous. It's a problem you do have, Philip.
Philip: I know, I know.
Belle: No, Philip, you say you know, but I don't think you have any clue why you do that. And you need to find out. Before you see Chloe again, you need to get it together.
Philip: I feel crazy sometimes, Belle. I really do.
Belle: You're not crazy. You're just in love, which, I believe, is a form of insanity or something, and it makes you do things you never thought you'd... Look, you are still the same sweet guy that I have always been friends with, and don't get all down on yourself. It's like saying that I have bad taste in friends.
Philip: Look, I know you're trying to make me feel better, but there's something wrong with me. We both saw those slides of Chloe at the Last Blast, but you didn't jump to thinking that she was some kind of Porn Queen. Why would I do that?
Philip: And tonight, I'm calling her a ghoul-girl and a bitch. I don't know why I would do that. She's the most beautiful, the most intelligent, the sweetest...
Belle: Philip, whoa, buddy! Hey, you're getting ahead of schedule here by about 10 years. You're still a teenager, remember?
Philip: Belle, don't go there. Don't tell me that I'm too young to have these feelings because Chloe is all I think about. I can't help that.
Belle: Ok, as long as you don't think you're worthless without Chloe. If you lose her -- I said if, ok -- if you and Chloe don't get back together, it is not going to be the end of the world. Promise me something. Until we get home, be Philip, ok? Be the smart, sensitive guy that's always been one of my closest friends. And get your self-respect back, because you are a really good guy.
Philip: I am?
Belle: Yes. You can't expect Chloe to want to get back together with you until you like yourself, until you are yourself.
Chloe: When I decided to stay in Salem instead of going to Puerto Rico with everybody--
Brady: With Philip.
Chloe: Yeah, well, I thought that I was going to have the worst summer of my entire life, but, thanks to you, I've been having a really special time. Things have really changed between us, haven't they?
Brady: Chloe, um...
Chloe: I can tell we're going to be really good friends.
Julie: Now, you're sure there is nothing we can do?
Hope: Julie, it's not like Bo is never coming back. He's just upset.
Julie: Well, I feel terrible about leaving you.
Hope: I'll be fine.
Doug: Hope will be fine, sweetheart, and if she needs us, she can call.
Julie: Good night, Bo.
Bo: Good night.
Doug: See you, Bo.
Philip: You know, practically everybody in my life -- my dad, Shawn, Mimi -- they all said Chloe was bad news for me. But not you.
Belle: I guess I figure if it's meant to be... You know.
Belle: So, while you're waiting to find out if it is meant to be...
Philip: I should live my life.
Belle: Right. And if Chloe is as smart as she thinks she is, she'll forgive you, before you fall in love with someone else.
Shawn-D: What kind of danger?
Paul: You saw the cliff. It's practically straight up.
Shawn-D: Yeah, I've done some climbing.
Paul: Well, if you mean a climbing wall at a suburban mall...
Shawn-D: Look, I'm not worried about the climbing. Paul, would you just get off my back?
Paul: What's your problem? Oh, man, don't tell me. You're scared of heights? You don't get dizzy, do you?
Shawn-D: No, no. I'm cool with it. Besides, Iíve got good rock climbing equipment, all right? I'll get my Granís ruby back.
Paul: Well, ok, kid. Go get some rest, because you're going to need it.
Paul: Oh, you'll make the climb all right. Oh, yeah, Shawn baby. But you may take a fall coming down.
Hope: I can scramble some eggs. Bo, we'll get through this.
Bo: You know, it all comes down to that little boy sleeping upstairs. He's not biologically my son, and that has been difficult, but it's not the worst part. The worst part is you and John moving heaven and earth to try to find out your past as Gina, and when you do, you just might find out who fathered J.T.
Hope: That's not why I'm doing this. You know that.
Bo: What if part of you still loves that guy, whoever he is?
Hope: Never happen. I love you. I'll always love you, Brady. I promise you, on my life, no one could ever come between us.
Brady: Come on. I'm really honored that you think of me as a friend.
Chloe: Hey, I never would have predicted it, but I guess you were smarter.
Brady: And older and wiser, just like the song says.
Chloe: No, it's more than that, Brady. I mean, I remember you saying that you knew that we had a connection ever since the first time we met on that pier.
Brady: Yeah, two lonely hearts. We've come a long way since then. I'm proud of us. Besides, at least our friendship has a chance of lasting. Unlike your romance with Philip.
Chloe: I hope our friendship lasts forever.
Philip: You know, Belle, I'm pretty lucky Iíve got a friend like you.
Belle: I'm lucky I've got you, too, Phil.
Philip: Love you.
Belle: Love you right back, Philip. For life, right?
Philip: Yeah, for life.
Paul: You look pretty as a picture. The kind guys would pay money to see.
Mimi: You should be ashamed of yourself. You're old enough to be my father.
Paul: You'll never get a guy being so uptight. Who are you saving it for, anyway?
Mimi: What a total sleaze.
Belle: Hi, Shawn.
Philip: You know, if you ever stop dating this blonde, you let me know. She's the best.
Belle: If my parents knew how late we were staying up on this island, they'd freak.
Shawn-D: Mine too, so, you know, we'd better head back to camp. Oh, I just talked to Paul about the climb. He said it's going to be kind of rough.
Philip: Yeah, I'm psyched. It'll get my mind off -- other things.
Chloe: Love is so confusing. It's so easy to make a mistake the way that lies did.
Brady: Yeah, really. Look what happened to Rolf. He turned out to be a nazi.
Chloe: Yeah, I guess you just have to take your time.
Brady: Yeah, and get to know someone. Get to know what she likes, all of her favorite things. Cream colored ponies and crisp apple strudels.
Chloe: Doorbells and sleigh bells and...
Brady and Chloe: Schnitzel with noodles wild geese that fly with the moon on their wings these are a few of my favorite things.
Brady: Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes.
Chloe: Snowflakes that stay on my nose and eyes.
Brady: Silver white winters that melt into springs.
Brady and Chloe: These are a few of my favorite things.
Brady: When the dog bites when the bee stings.
Chloe: When I'm feeling sad.
Brady and Chloe: I simply remember my favorite things and then I don't feel so bad when the dog bites when the bee stings when I'm feeling sad I simply remember my favorite things and then I don't feel so bad.