Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 8/24/01

 

 

Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 8/24/01--Canada; Monday 8/27/01--USA

Provided By Stephanie
Proofread By Niki

Hope: And then, after he jumps all over me for the messy house, it finally comes out that it's really all about John.

Jennifer: Well, which means it's really all about your past.

Hope: Right. You know, I'm sorry that Bo feels threatened, but j it's not going to stop. I mean, John said that he would help me learn everything there is to learn about my past as Gina and, well, Bo's just going to have to understand.

Jennifer: Baby, look at the car. You like that, don't you? Of course you do.

Hope: Oh, you are so good with him.

Jennifer: Oh, what's that? Oh, he could make me want to have another one. His skin, and the way he smells, Hope, brings back the sweetest memories. Yes, I know.

Hope: Has Abby been bugging you about giving her a little brother or sister?

Jennifer: No, she's just bugging me about Jack.

Hope: Oh, anything new? Since the kiss?

Jennifer: Yeah, she wants us to sleep in the same bed now.

Hope: Think that's ever going to happen?

Jennifer: No. And besides, you know, things have changed lately. Or the dynamic, I should say, has changed.

Hope: How? In what way?

Jennifer: Well, remember I told you that Jack would probably never get married again. Well, it looks like maybe I was wrong.

Hope: Why do you say that?

Jennifer: Because I think that Greta is falling for him.

Hope: Well, assuming that you're right, what are you going to do about it?

Jennifer: You know what? The only reason that I will stand here and continue to have this conversation is for Greta's sake. I think that she is falling in love with you.

Jack: Jennifer's fairly sage on these matters, and never underestimate the Deveraux charm, but Greta and me? No way.

Greta: Hey, you.

Jack: Oh, my God. Way.

Greta: Way?

Jack: I mean, why? Why? Why did you just kiss me?

Greta: Because I like you, Jack. I like you a lot.

Jack: Jennifer was right. She is falling for me.

[Telephone rings]

Chloe: Hello?

Brady: Hello, yourself.

Chloe: Brady, you called.

Mr. Woods: All right, everybody, listen up. Since we did our 5k this morning, you're free for the rest of the day... Unless someone wants to help press leaves for the specimen record. I didn't think so. Ok, have fun.

Belle: That sounds interesting.

Paul: Hey, if you want to find that ruby, the time is now.

Shawn-D: Mr. Woods? Sir, is it ok if we do some rock climbing today?

Mr. Woods: Are you certified?

Shawn-D: Well, no.

Mr. Woods: Then no. Sorry.

Paul: When do we leave?

Belle: We don't. He said no.

Paul: So tell him to shove his no. I want to find the next clue, and I mean today.

Shawn-D: You act like we're after something of yours. Why is that? Just why is finding my great grandma's ruby so important to you, Paul?

Brady: So what are you doing? People always do something else when they're on the phone.

Chloe: Not me. What are you doing?

Brady: Guess.

Chloe: I don't know, probably something very cool.

Brady: Yep. I had this girlfriend once in college, every time she called my dorm she always started off the conversation with "what are you wearing?"

Chloe: Why?

Brady: I don't know. I guess she just wanted to set the tone of the conversation. So what are you wearing?

Chloe: Uh, me? I'm actually still wearing my P.J.Ďs. I was going to go downstairs and have some breakfast.

Brady: Oh, well, go ahead. Don't let me keep you.

Chloe: Oh, no, no. It's ok. I'm not in any rush or anything. Actually, I wanted to tell you I went online this morning and I ordered the C.D. from the sound of music. I can't believe I still remembered those songs.

Brady: Ok, somebody's really lame.

Chloe: I had a really great time last night.

Brady: Yeah. Yeah, me, too. They're gray.

Chloe: What?

Brady: The sweatpants I'm wearing. I mean, you didn't ask, I just figured what the hell?

Kevin: Hi.

Mimi: Oh, my God.

Kevin: What?

Mimi: You said "hi" and smiled. So I guess I'm not a -- you know.

Kevin: Actually, I don't.

Mimi: A one-night stand.

Kevin: Keep it down, will you? What you and I -- well, what occurred on the beach -- well, it was private.

Mimi: And very nice.

Kevin: That's the word I came up with, too, in my journal. Not that I went into details, because that would be -- well, you know, gentlemen don't. Anyway, that was the word.

Nice. I guess I need to work on my vocabulary.

Mimi: I think your vocabulary is absolutely extraordinary. Or, I mean --

Kevin: I guess this is one of those awkward moments. Funny, isn't it, how some words feel like they sound? Awkward.

Mimi: Yeah. Well, later, ok?

Penelope: Did you see that? The way she blushed and stammered? She's in love.

Susan: Probably.

Penelope: Aren't you upset? I mean, you and Kevin --

Susan: We're just friends. That's all.

Penelope: I hope it gets hot later. When Kevin he's like a Greek God with glasses.

Jason: What's up?

Jan: Please, I have a headache.

Jason: From what?

Jan: That drain cleaner you drink. Isn't your head splitting?

Jason: No, not that I noticed.

Jan: It must be different when you have a brain.

Jason: Whoa. You said no when I offered you my bottle. What? Did you, like, steal it in the middle of the night or something?

Jan: Please. Like I'd get that close to your stinky, drunken carcass.

Jason: Well, where did you get it from then?

Jan: On this island --

Paul: Trust me, all I'm looking to do is kill time and maybe help you guys out a little bit. But, hey, if you're not interested, no problem. I'll just mind my own business.

Philip: You know, he's right. We are running out of time.

Belle: Yeah.

Shawn-D: Mr. Woods, I really want to climb this cliff.

Mr. Woods: I already explained, I --

Shawn-D: No, I know. It important to me.

Mr. Woods: All right, I'll take you myself.

Shawn-D: No, uh --

Mr. Woods: You just said it was important.

Shawn-D: No. It is, yeah. But I just know you have so much stuff you have do around here.

Mr. Woods: I can't let you climb without a certified instructor.

Paul: I'm certified.

Philip: Since when?

Paul: Believe me, I've helped more first-timers than I can count.

Mr. Woods: I'd have to check your credentials.

Paul: Well, that's cool. I just wish I knew we'd be climbing, I'd have brought all my stuff. Webbing, chalk, carabiners... You name it, Iíve got it. The whole 9 yards.

Mr. Woods: All right, fine to the cliff, but you are the only one who climbs. The rest of you watch, listen, learn. Clear?

Shawn-D: Sure yeah, thanks, Mr. Woods.

Shawn-D: So just how much have you actually done?

Paul: Well, put it this way, last time was a real cliff-hanger. I had to get down in a hurry. But don't worry, I learn fast.

Mimi: You know what I think? Paul was running when he went down that cliff -- running away. The question is, from what?

Hope: Mindy usually makes a little small talk.

Jennifer: Do you think your red nails will make Bo stop being mad at you, Hope?

Hope: You just lost your tip. That was supposed to be amusing and funny.

Jennifer: I think I'm losing my sense of humor.

Hope: Oh, Jen --

Jennifer: No, I mean it. I'm so moody lately, and I'm tense and I'm confused.

Hope: About Jack?

Jennifer: About everything. And thank you for not bringing up the whole thing about

Greta loving Jack again, because I don't know how I would feel if she went after Jack.

Hope: What if he responds?

Jennifer: Well, I have to admit when I first thought about it, it really alarmed me, and then something switched.

Hope: To what?

Jennifer: I think that I saw Colin outside of Greta's building. I mean, I could have sworn that it was him.

Hope: And you're not sure?

Jennifer: Well, he left so fast, but when I talked to the doorman he said he had a British accent.

Hope: Jen, what if it was Colin? Maybe he's looking for you.

Jennifer: Yeah, right. So he could be not interested in me in yet another country.

Hope: Hmm. A clever imposter or an evil twin? That is the question.

Jennifer: He's really a woman.

Hope: No. Married, 6 children but finally ready to leave his wife because --

Jennifer: Because she is having an affair.

Hope: But nevertheless, he's heartbroken, but free to give his broken heart to you.

Jennifer: Ooh, it sounds very intriguing, I'll tell you. But you know what? The 6 kids, that was the deal breaker, because I have enough with two.

Hope: Two?

Jennifer: Jack is one.

Greta: So the next thing I know, the guy is on the ground.

Greta: The charming guy with the English accent. I knocked him down.

Jack: Oh, really? Is he suing?

Greta: No, of course not. I don't even think he was hurt. Jack, why are you so distracted?

Jack: Because you kissed me. Because I'm cursed with the Deveraux charm -- the male equivalent of femme fatale. What's the French for man? When you pinned him down, did

you boost his wallet?

Greta: Yeah, right.

Jack: You'd know if he was an organ donor if you did.

Greta: You know, you are nuts, but you're in luck, because I just so happen to like that in a man.

Jack: She called me a man -- while touching me. I must be sending something out, like that male chemical women can't resist. What do they call it again?

Greta: Jack?

Jack: Pheromones.

Greta: What?

Jack: Did I say that out loud? Press delete. Sorry. Homme -- that's French for man. Delete that, too.

Jack: Don't look now, but you're being given the once over.

Man: I don't normally do this, but, uh, if you're interested.

Greta: Oh, thank you, no. But, I'm already taken, right, honey?

Man: Too bad.

Jack: Are you crazy? Did you see that suit? Savile row -- $4,000 for the Jacket alone. And he works out. You could see the muscles moving under that amazing fabric.

Greta: He doesn't have your personality.

Jack: How do you know that? He could be lousy with -- with personality. Girlfriend, I'm telling you, run, don't walk. Grade a hunks like that don't strut by every day.

Greta: I'm happy where I am.

[Telephone rings] [ring ring]

Jack: Hello?

Oliver: It's me, Jacko. Got that interview lined up.

Jack: It's Wentworth about the job.

Greta: Oh, sure. I'll give you some privacy.

Jack: Ahem. So when and where?

Oliver: Vegas.

Jack: Vegas, why?

Oliver: Well, that's where the board meets. If you want to catch the big tiger, got to go to his lair.

Jack: When should I fly out?

Oliver: I'll let you know. Oh, and Jacko, bring your pretty wife.

Jack: My wife? But...Well, that might not be entirely --

Oliver: No wife, no job. No kidding. Do I make myself clear?

Brady: Chloe, about last night --

Chloe: Brady, I needed to ask you something.

Brady: You didn't hear what I was going to say.

Chloe: Oh, I'm sorry, go on.

Brady: No, I was just thinking I had a really good time, and then I thought...

Chloe: What?

Brady: I thought that we sang really well together. And I think one day we'll finally connect. Maybe then you'll understand how to sing opera. So, what were you going to say?

Chloe: Well, actually, I was just wondering...Thing is if I can't be a professional singer, I don't know what I'd do.

Brady: Well, Chloe, if you never listen to another word I say, listen to this. If you go pro, you're going to fall on your face. You're going to fail big time.

Philip: You know what? Maybe I should do the climbing. I mean, after all, who's the athlete here, you or me?

Paul: Listen, there's just one thing you need to know about climbing, Don't fall.

Shawn-D: Oh, it's funny. It's funny.

Paul: It's not that funny. I'm serious, kid. Up, ok, and one way to get it right. My way. Remember that.

Shawn-D: Is the obnoxious thing overruled by the "knows what he's doing" thing?

Philip: Barely.

Shawn-D: Yeah.

Mimi: How many times do I have to tell you, I don't trust him and neither should you.

Belle: But why?

Mimi: Paul's a creep.

Belle: Mimi, you're making me nervous, and there's no reason to be.

Mimi: Ok, fine, I'll stop. Maybe I'm wrong about Paul. I'm certainly wrong about a whole lot of things. But I'm right about you.

Belle: And what are we talking about now?

Mimi: You and Shawn. Half naked, on the total verge of doing it.

Belle: Mimi, will you stop? Ok, nothing happened.

Mimi: Only because I came along.

Belle: And the truth is, I'm glad you did. Because Shawn and I... Well, neither one of us had protection.

Penelope: Who am I kidding? Even if I had the guts to make a move on Kev, which I don't, Mimi's already got him. And why shouldn't he like her? She's all open and friendly and out there. And I'm all...Not.

Susan: You know what they say. Still waters run deep.

Jason: What are you doing drinking with that old man? Are you nuts?

Jan: He's not old, he's mature. And he's going to get me into modeling.

Jason: What, are you going to model with a toilet brush?

Jan: Go away, Jason.

Jason: Lighten up, I'm joking.

Jan: It's my life, ok? I'm sick and tired of dumb males who act like it doesn't matter. I want a guy who appreciates me, who values me for what I really am.

Jason: Ok, I cannot deal with you when you are like this.

Paul: Don't worry, girl. I value you for what you are -- mine.

Shawn-D: Hey, Phil, can you get the rope? Yo, Phil, the rope?

Philip: What? Oh.

Shawn-D: Wait. Let me guess. Chloe?

Philip: Yeah, I called her last night.

Shawn-D:

Philip: And she was out with Craig and Nancy. And Brady.

Shawn-D: Brady? What's she doing out with him?

Philip: That's what I wanted to know. Except I didn't ask, I got mad. I called Chloe some names. What is it about me, man? No matter how bad things get, I can always make them worse.

Shawn-D: Must be a gift.

Philip: Must be. I don't know what to do, bro. I love her. There's no way Chloe's going to give me another chance. She's out of my life for good, Shawn. For good.

Hope: Seriously, if you can't stop obsessing about this guy Colin, get in touch with him. Call your dad and see if he's heard from him.

Jennifer: I thought about that. But you know, what am I going to say? And I think maybe I'm just wondering about Colin because I'm bored.

Hope: Jen, honey, you've got to find out if this thing's real with Colin. And you know how? By finding out if it's still real between you and Jack.

Jennifer: All right, all right. So say I move in on Jack, ok, before Greta does. How do I know if I'm doing it because it's what I really want as opposed to me being completely desperate?

Hope: You could never be desperate.

Jennifer: Right, that's why I am obsessing about Colin, a man who totally blew me off. Why can't I just meet a man who wants me?

Hope: You want the truth? Because I think that on some subconscious level you think that if you get involved with someone else, someone who will be there for you, ready for a commitment, you'd be letting go of Jack. And I don't think you're quite ready to do that yet.

Jack: Look, Mr. Wentworth --

Oliver: Oliver. Damn it.

Jack: Uh, Oliver, you didn't break another one of those exercise thingies, did you?

Oliver: Sometimes I don't even know my own strength.

Jack: Ha ha ha. Look, about Jennifer. I'd like to bring her, really, but I'm afraid --

Oliver: Jack, I'll cut to the chase on this. The kind of guys we're meeting aren't like you. They're men, manly men, and every damn one of 'em is going to have a gorgeous girl on his arm. So if you have a prayer of passing muster, bring a girl. And make sure she's a babe.

Jack: What am I going to do? Jennifer wouldn't dream of going, and if I ask Greta, she's going to think I'm proposing. I could end up married by some Elvis impersonator. If I don't bring a date... Oliver could end up crushing me. Or even worse, I won't get the job. And I've got to get the job. My future with Jennifer depends on it. Oh, hi.

Greta: Hey.

Jack: What did we buy?

Greta: Love songs for the new millennium. Why don't we go back to my place and put this on?

Jack: Uh, I got to, uh, no. We need to talk.

Greta: Well, can't we do that back at my place?

Jack: I think it's waited long enough. I think there's something you need to hear right now.

 

Paul: Hey, girl, how you doing?

Jan: Mmm, crappy. My head is, like, pounding.

Paul: Oh, well, look, I'm sorry, I can't talk right now. I got to do this climbing thing with Brady and his friends.

Jan: They're going rock climbing? Why?

Paul: Don't look at me. I mind my own business. Look, tell you what. Meet me tonight, ok, at the little cove down the beach.

Jan: Why there?

Paul: There's a cave with a waterfall that's amazing in the moonlight. And bring your bathing suit.

Jan: Well, ok, I guess.

Paul: Ok, but it's just between us, ok? Don't tell anyone.

Jan: Why not?

Paul: What did I just say? Because it's between us. Look, I just -- we need to talk, ok, in private. About your career.

Jan: All right, I'll be there.

Paul: All right. And I'll be ready for you, baby.

Shawn-D: Look, I'm no good at advice, but my dad always says when you fight with someone, the thing to do is go back and say, "I know I hurt you, I feel bad, and I'm sorry." Then you just let it go.

Philip: You know, you're right. Your dad's right. I'm going to call her and say what you said. Right now. All right. Damn, Woods must've moved the phone. I have to get him to let me use it.

Shawn-D: All right. Well, we meet at the base in 10 minutes.

Philip: Don't worry, I'll be there.

Shawn-D: All right.

Penelope: Back up, Sue. Explain the still waters thing.

Susan: It means sometimes people are quiet for a reason. Sometimes people just sit back and watch other people make mistakes so that they can learn from them. And make plans.

Kevin: Are you two talking about me again?

Mimi: That's why you stopped? Meaning what, Belle, that if you had a condom, you would have done it?

Belle: Don't be so shocked, Mimi. Lots of kids our age are having sex.

Mimi: Oh, so that's a good reason to just go ahead, because lots of kids do? Sex isn't something you just do on the spur of the moment. At least, it's not supposed to be. It's supposed to be about love.

Belle: I know what I'm doing, and I know Shawn. He is the right guy. Last night proved it, Mimi -- the way he kissed me, the way he touched me. I can't even begin to tell you how wonderful it felt.

Shawn-D: Hey, it's time to hit the cliffs.

Belle: Where's Philip?

Shawn-D: Don't ask.

Belle: Ok.

Mr. Woods: We've been over this, Philip. The phone's for emergencies only.

Philip: But before we left, you said part of this trip was about learning to treat people right and owning up to mistakes. How can I do that if I can't talk to Chloe?

Mr. Woods: Ok. I'll get the phone, but keep it under two minutes.

Chloe: Well... Thanks for being honest.

Brady: It's like I've been saying all along. You're too uptight, closed off. Gotta be more like me, you know? Get in people's faces, tell 'em how you really feel.

Chloe: Like you do with your dad and Marlena.

Brady: Ha ha! Yeah. Whether they like it or not, they hear me -- I mean, the real me. That's what you gotta do when you sing. And if you don't, you can't be who you want to be. You can't be free.

Chloe: I guess you're right.

Brady: I'm always right.

Chloe: Last night, I felt freer because I was with you, because you're just a friend. When I used to sing in front of Philip, I always felt really uncomfortable because... I always felt like I was standing outside myself that I did.

Brady: Gee, that must have been frustrating. But you know what? I think we should work on it some more together, you know? Your singing.

Chloe: When? Do you want to come over?

Brady: Actually, you know what? I can't. I'm busy this morning.

Chloe: Ok. Then this afternoon?

Brady: Maybe. I'll call you.

Chloe: Oh. I just thought that you wanted to...

Brady: Thought that I wanted to what?

Chloe: Nothing. I'm actually gonna go have breakfast now, so I guess I'll talk to you later.

Brady: Yeah. Ok.

Chloe: Ok. Bye.

Brady: See you.

[Telephone beeps]

Chloe: He spends a little bit of time with you, and you think that's all he wants to do. Oh, you're such a jerk. [Telephone ringing] hello?

Philip: Hello. Chloe, please don't hang up.

Jennifer: Did you know... That Bo and Hope are only one letter away from Bob Hope?

Hope: Mmm. Been thinking some big-time thoughts while I was in the kitchen, huh?

Jennifer: It must be that philosophy course I took. Whoo! You know, I like to feel sharp.

Hope: Sharp is good.

Jennifer: So, tell me, do you think that I am incurable?

Hope: Jack's not a disease.

Jennifer: I know. I just hate this. I really, truly hate this. And I feel like if I encourage he's gonna assume that everything should just go back to the way it was, and the next thing you know, he'll be booking the church.

Hope: Jen, he loves you. What do you want him to do?

Jennifer: I want him to love me, I guess. I want him to want me. But when it comes to taking vows, Hope, I did that, and it almost killed me when it all fell apart. And I don't want to risk myself like that again. I don't know if I want to do that. I don't know if I'm up to spending the rest of my life with Jack.

Hope: I understand. But you know, Jen, as well as I do, time doesn't stand still. Sooner or later, you've got to decide -- what do you want?

Jennifer: You know what I want right now? I want to run away from all this and never come back.

Greta: What's wrong, Jack? Is it bad news?

Jack: Sort of, but good, too. I've got an interview.

Greta: Oh, that's great!

Jack: But I have to bring a date.

Greta: On a job interview?

Jack: I-it's more than that. It's sort of a "let's see how we relate socially" thing. The guys on this board -- they're all macho, living-large types. I have to fly to Vegas.

Greta: I would love to go. You were gonna invite me, weren't you?

Jack: Oh, God, No.

Greta: But you have to bring a date.

Jack: Greta, you've got the wrong idea about me, about us. I mean, there is no us. You know what I mean, don't you?

Greta: I've done it again -- first with Austin and now with you. I am such an idiot.

Jack: Don't say that. You are terrific. I haven't taken to a woman like this in years. I am honored to be your friend.

Greta: But that's all we are, because you're not attracted to me. But that's ok, Jack, because not a lot of men are.

Jack: That's not true.

Greta: You know, I don't know what's wrong with me. Every time I start to like a guy...

Jack: Greta, Greta -- it's me. It's not you. It's me.

Greta: You know, men just say that when it's not true.

Jack: But this time it is. You see, you don't understand about me, about my relationship with Jennifer.

Greta: All I've ever wanted to do is -- is fall in love and have a family and... I want to believe you, Jack.

Jack: Good.

Greta: But I can't, because even though my heart tells me that what you're saying is right... My fear says, "he is just saying this to make you feel better. There is something wrong with you."

Jack: I'm at a loss. I have no idea how to convince you I'm telling the truth.

Greta: Tell me why, Jack. Give me...One reason why you're not interested in me -- a good reason.

Hope: Jen, listen.

Jennifer: Aah! Your nails!

Hope: The heck with my nails. Forget about it. This is important. You may feel like you want to run away, but you're not going to.

Jennifer: I know that.

Hope: So what are you going to do?

Jennifer: I wish I knew. Relax, relax -- this is my standard daily dilemma. You don't have to worry about it.

Hope: I'm very worried. I know it's a big decision, but what if you wait too long? I mean, what if, when you finally make up your mind, it's too late? What if Jack is tired of waiting?

Jennifer: I know. I know that you're right. I have to decide. I'll see you later.

Hope: You don't have to rush. We can keep talking about this. [Baby crying]

Jennifer: The baby needs you. Thank you for everything.

Hope: Oh, sure. By the way, your nails look great. Bet you big bucks that Jack's gonna notice.

Jennifer: Oh, yeah. If they're glaring, yeah, he'll notice.

Hope: Hey, if I can help...

Jennifer: I'll call. I know.

Hope: Ok. Here you go. I'll see you later, ok? Be careful driving.

Jennifer: Ok. Thanks.

Hope: Bye.

Jennifer: Bye.

Hope: I'll see you later.

Jennifer: Ok. You can't help me, Hope... But I know someone who can.

Greta: You can't come up with one, can you? A smart guy like you, and you can't even come up with one reason why you're not attracted to me -- other than the obvious, of course. I'm just not attractive.

Jack: It's not that I can't think of a reason. More than -- actually, the actual reason is... Well, it's hard to say.

Greta: Why?

Jack: I'm not very verbal.

Greta: You're not verbal? You're the most verbal man I know, and you can't even come up with one -- one lie to placate me.

Jack: Yes, I can, but I don't need to because... Because of the real reason; the truth. I'm gonna tell you the truth -- why I'm not attracted to you.

Greta: All right, go ahead.

Jack's voice: Now, that would do it. It'd be a giant lie, but it would get the job done.

Greta: Just say it, Jack. Just say it -- that I am a freak and that I'm gonna end up alone, manless, childless, loveless --

Jack: No, no, Greta, no.

Greta: Don't even worry about hurting my feelings because I already know the worst.

Jack: No, Greta, you are wrong. You are a sexy, lovely woman, and there is a reason -- a real good reason -- why I'm not attracted to you. I'm gay.

[Brady sighing]

Chloe's voice: 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 gonna have the worst summer of my entire life. But thanks to you, Iíve been having a really special time. Things have really changed between us, haven't they?

Brady: Chloe, um...

Chloe: I can tell we're gonna be really good friends.

Brady: You make this shot, Chloe will forget about Philip and go for you. Guaranteed. Guaranteed.

Philip: Look, Chloe, you don't have to say anything, ok? Just listen, please. I was crazed when I called you before. I'm sorry for what I said. I really did not mean it.

Chloe: I know.

Philip: Thank you. Good-bye, Chloe.

Chloe: Ahh. Philip. I didn't know I could miss someone so much.

Mr. Woods: I take it it went well with Miss Lane.

Philip: Yeah...Yeah. But I think I accidentally Went over the two minutes. How much is

it to call the mainland, anyway?

Mr. Woods: Too much. But this time -- this one time -- it was worth it.

Philip: Yeah. You're right. Here's your phone. Thanks, Mr.. Woods.

Jason: Hey, Jan, about this whole modeling thing... Are you serious about it?

Jan: Why is that so hard to believe, Jason? Huh? You don't think I'm pretty enough?

Jason: No, it's not that.

Jan: Well, Paul does, and he's gonna make me a star. Like Giselle Bundchen.

Jason: Who?

Jan: The one that dates Dicaprio.

Jason: Oh! Yeah. Yeah, she's pretty hot.

Jan: And I'm not? Is that what you're saying?

Jason: No, Jan. What I'm trying to say is --

Jan: Do you think I need you to tell me I'm not the best, Jason? Trust me, I don't. But for your information, I am good enough. And I will make a lot of money.

Jason: Oh, like, uh, like on the internet deal, right?

Jan: I told you to shut up about that. And don't mention the modeling thing to anyone, either, ok? I'm already in enough trouble with the school, not to mention my parents.

Jason: Oh, yeah, like they're really gonna care.

Jan: I don't know why I ever went out with you, Jason. You make me sick.

Jason: Yeah? Well, call me when you're famous.

Jan: You'll be sorry for laughing at me, Jason. You all will.

Belle: Are you sure this is the right place?

Paul: It has to be. See those pitons? The climbing spikes? Someone was here before. How's it going up there?

Shawn-D: Got it under control!

Philip: Ah, damn! I wanted to go with him!

Paul: It's too late. But you can belay him.

Philip: Belay?

Paul: Yeah. Yeah. Work the rope. It keeps him safe... As long as the clip it goes through is secured to a spike.

Philip: Sounds easy enough. Hey, how is it up there?

Shawn-D: Piece of cake.

Belle: Shawn, maybe you should come down?

Paul: Hey, relax, kid. Your boyfriend's doing great.

Belle: If you say so.

Paul's voice: I do, but I've only done this once, so I really don't know what the hell I'm talking about. If he slips up, anything could happen.  

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