Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 9/20/01

 

 

Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 9/20/01

Provided By Stephanie
Proofread By Niki

Jennifer's voice: Why should I care if Greta von Amberg is interested in Jack? If I don't want him, why can't she have him, right?

Marlena: Wouldn't you rather she didn't have him?

Jennifer: I wish that she would stop trying to be my friend if she's gonna keep asking me if she can move in on Jack.

Marlena: How does that make you feel?

Jennifer: Oh, it makes me feel so jealous! I told you.

Marlena: Good.

Jennifer: But Jack does have someone. What am I gonna do?

Greta: You are so stubborn. You know, I said you were the most selfish man I ever met? That was the understatement of the millennium. Just get out.

Jack: But -- this is conduct very unbecoming of a Princess.

Greta: Mmm. Really? I'm so sorry. Well, you know, I decree you leave my house at once.

Jack: But -- [Jack sighs] I finally had it all. Greta was my fake girlfriend, Jennifer was jealous, then Greta dumps me, just like that, out of nowhere. No reason at all. Now what the hell am I gonna do?

Bo: Coming in for a landing.

Hope: Ha ha ha! Oh! The runway's clear. Hey, sweetheart.

Lexie: Oh, it's wonderful to see the two of you so happy.

Bo: Yeah.

Lexie: Should I tell Bo about your mother-of-the-year party?

Bo: Party?

Hope: Yeah. Well, Lexie wants to throw a big party at her house. Would you like this?

Lexie: Yeah, in honor of Hope. After everything this woman has been through this past year, she deserves to be celebrated.

Bo: Well, she certainly does, but I got a question.

Lexie: What?

Bo: When you say this party's gonna be at your house, you mean your house and not that stinking DiMera mansion?

Shawn-D: Oh. Aside from us, there's not a living thing down here.

Belle: I can't believe we're trapped down here with a dead body.

Shawn-D: Belle, listen. Please believe me when I say that everything is gonna be ok, all right? Belle...Don't move.

Jason: Come on. We're almost there. [Jan groaning] what? What? What's wrong?

Jan: I don't know. I don't know, but something is. Something is really wrong with me.

[Jan groans]

[thunder]

Chloe: It's him!

Nicole: Oh, my God.

Brady: I'll get him.

Girl: Oh, my God!

Mimi: You have to send someone back for the others.

[Girls talking at once]

Brady: You're not going anywhere, pal.

Jason: Come on. Let's get you inside.

Jan: Oh! I can't.

Jason: God, Jan, you are on fire.

Jan: Duh! Didn't I tell you I was sick? Oh, it burns so bad.

Jason: What, your stomach?

Jan: No, not my stomach.

Jason: What, does it feel like you used poison ivy for toilet paper?

Jan: It's not funny! There is something really wrong with me!

Jason: I know, I know. We'll get you to the doctor real fast, ok? Come on, let's go.

Paul: Let go! I said, let go of me!

Brady: You got some questions to answer, pal.

Paul: Nicky, baby, I didn't see you. What are you doing here?

Nicole: Don't try to con me. What the hell are you up to?

Paul: Nothing, I swear.

Brady: Yeah. That's why you tried to run.

Paul: Hey, when somebody screams "there he is!" And points to me, I get a little nervous. You understand that, don't you, Nicky, given my past? But I'm clean now, ok? I just want to be left alone.

Victor: I don't believe that for a second. I want to know what you're doing on this island. I want to know right now.

Mimi: It's him! It's him! Arrest him!

Victor: What do you know?

Nicole: How do you know him?

Mimi: It's him. He killed my best friends.

Paul: She's nuts!

Victor: Who did he kill? Where's Philip?

Brady: And Belle?

Chloe: Tell us, Mimi. Tell us now!

Philip: What's wrong, Shawn?

Shawn-D: Phil, just make sure she doesn't move.

Belle: What is going on?

Shawn-D: Belle, look, just chill, ok? Everything is gonna be ok. I just need you to not move for a second.

Belle: What is it? What's down there?

Philip: Belle, just do what he says!

Shawn-D: Look, you keep her still while I do it, all right?

Belle: Do what?

Philip: Belle, please, come here!

[Belle screaming]

Jack: Hi.

Jennifer: Hey. You know, you look a little...

Jack: A little -- you first.

Jennifer: No, that's ok. You go first. What were you gonna say?

Jack: I was just going to say that you look a little sad. Are you, uh, sure everything's ok?

Jennifer: Well, you look a little sad yourself. That's what I was gonna say. [Jack sighs]

Jack: Well, we can't stand around like a couple of sad sacks, can we? Not with Abigail coming home. Gotta liven this place up. A little bit of music would be just right, I think.

Jennifer: I don't -- Jack!

Jack: What?

Jennifer: I don't want to listen to music. I want to talk.

 

Hope: Bo, don't start.

Lexie: No, it's ok, Hope. Look, the fact is, I do plan on having the party at the DiMera mansion. Come on, Bo, it's my home. It's a wonderful place to have a big, blowout celebration for my best friend Hope.

Bo: Well, you may think so. I don't.

Hope: Well, I think what Lexie's trying to say is that we've all been through a pretty rough time.

Lexie: Exactly, and we all deserve to have a huge, pull-out-all-the-stops shindig; a much bigger and grander party than my old house could ever handle.

Bo: Lexie, you want a big shindig? Rent a tent like we did for our wedding party.

Lexie: Bo, listen. I want big, but I also want elegant. Come on, this woman deserves to be feted in style!

Bo: Yes, she does, but not in a place where DiMera lived. Talk about bad vibes.

Hope: Bo, come on. Lexie's goodness purified that place the moment she walked in.

Bo: I guess that's the next best thing to exorcism.

Hope: Look at the boys. I think they like it. They're happy. They like the idea, I think. You like the idea? Yeah!

Bo: You ready to party?

Hope: They definitely are, aren't you? So is it ok with you now?

Bo: If it's ok with my son, it's ok with me, huh?

Lexie: All right!

Hope: Everything is all right with your son.

Bo: Yes, it is.

Hope: Oh, you love your daddy, don't you? So you still want me to have that test?

Lexie: What test?

Bo: Oh, I think J.T. and Hope should have a D.N.A. test just to be sure, huh?

Jack: Talk. Uh-oh. Nothing good ever followed the words "I want to talk."

Jennifer: No, I'm serious. I want to talk. I want to talk about us.

Jack: Us? Oh. I'm all ears.

Jennifer: I just, um, wanted to tell you that -- that I'm going to be seeing Marlena on a regular basis.

Jack: I see. I mean, I know that you and Hope are good friends, but, uh, if you like

Marlena, you should spend time with her, too.

Jennifer: You know what? I knew, I knew that you wouldn't even get it, Jack.

Jack: But I do. Greta's my friend. I like to spend time with her. So why shouldn't you spend time with Marlena?

Jennifer: I am not going to be seeing Marlena as my friend, Jack.

Jack: What are you saying -- she's a mere acquaintance? Isn't that a little bit cold?

Jennifer: What I'm trying to tell you is that I'm going to be seeing Marlena professionally. She is my psychiatrist.

Lexie: But -- a D.N.A. test? I mean, what do you mean? What's the point?

Bo: Take it easy, Lex.

Hope: Lex, I'm sorry, it's -- I wasn't thinking. It's my fault. I know how sensitive you are about the D.N.A. issue, especially after everything you've been through. But this is nothing to worry about because even if I do decide to have the test, it's only to confirm what we already know.

Lexie: But, Hope, I don't understand why you would even consider such a thing.

Hope: We talked about the possibility that the babies were switched.

Lexie: Well, yeah, we said it was impossible. University Hospital has state-of-the art, fail-safe security measures in place. It couldn't happen.

Bo: Anything can happen, Lex.

Lexie: Bo, you'd just be wasting your time and your money. Why won't the two of you just forget this ridiculous notion?

Hope: Lex, I completely agree with you, but you know what it's like being married to a cop. They get a hold of a bone, they won't let go. They have to investigate everything.

Lexie: Oh, I think it'd be best if you'd just forget about it. I think it'd be best for everyone, Bo.

Hope: I agree. Bo?

Bo: Yeah, there's a part of me that agrees, too.

Lexie: Good. Then just forget about the test.

Hope: I agree. Why have the test when I already know the answer?

Lexie: Exactly.

Hope: That handsome little guy over there -- he's mine. No. He's ours.

Bo: All right. Ok. Fine. This dog is dropping the bone. No more talk about D.N.A.

Hope: Ha ha! Good. Good!

Lexie: Good. It's settled then.

Hope: Now I can start concentrating on finding out what I did as Gina. Well, that way, when Interpol shows up and slaps the cuffs on me, at least I'll know why.

Lexie: Interpol? What do you mean?

Bo: She's just joking. But it's not too funny. Princess Gina probably was a criminal. I don't think anybody's gonna buy the defense that you were hypnotized by her father.

Hope: So the more I know what to expect, the better.

Bo: Right. We gotta go on the offensive here; find out as much as we can about your past in case it comes back to haunt us.

Hope: Wait. I need to find out first. If you nail me, you'll be the one slapping on the cuffs.

Bo: Mmm. That almost sounds sexy.

Hope: Brady! No, seriously. I need to know so I can put all of this behind me. I just wish that I could remember on my own. Maybe with a little help, I could prod those memories to the surface. I know John will help and, uh, Greta. I hope I can count on you, too.

Lexie: Oh, yeah. Nothing can stop me from helping you. Trust me.

Belle: Oh, my God. Oh. No.

Philip: All right. All right. All right. The snake is dead.

Belle: What if there are more of them?

Shawn-D: Belle, take it easy, all right?

Belle: Oh, my God, another one! They're crawling all over me!

Philip: Belle, there are no more snakes!

Belle: How do you know?!

Philip: I'll check, ok?

Shawn-D: Belle, look, look, ok? Look at the opening up there, all right? I want you to try and focus on the opening. Just breathe and stay calm.

Philip: All right. There are no more snakes anywhere.

Belle: Well, where did that one come from?

Philip: I think it came from the, you know, bones.

Belle: This is so horrible.

Shawn-D: All right, look, we can't lose it here, you guys. We just need to chill. We're gonna think of a plan. We're gonna get out of here, all right?

Philip: Right on.

Shawn-D: Ok, Belle?

Belle: Ok. But how?

Shawn-D: Everybody in camp is probably up by now and realizes that we're missing.

Belle: That's right. They'll start looking for us.

Philip: And Mimi saw the map. She probably has some idea where the cave is.

Belle: Mimi promised she wouldn't tell.

Philip: She's Mimi. She'll tell. She's probably spilling to Woods right now.

Shawn-D: Right. So just keep saying to yourself, "we're gonna get out of here." All right? We're gonna get out of here.

Philip: We're gonna get out of here.

Jason: There's so many cops here, so many people. What's going on?

Jan: Ow. Uh...

Jason: Come on. You're gonna be ok. Let's go to the counter here and talk to this guy. A couple more steps. There you go. Excuse me, sir, there's something horribly wrong with my girlfriend. We need a doctor, please.

Jan: Yes. I need help, please.

Jason: Can't you see she's in pain?

Clerk: There is Dr. Morales who stays here in the hotel, but I think he has left for the emergency room.

Jason: Well, why don't you pick up the phone and call his room? He'll be here real soon. Let's go lie down over here.

Clerk: Dr. Morales?

Paul: Soy inocente.

Cop #1: Basta!

Cop #2: Ok, you say you saw this man kill someone? Some kids?

Mimi: I didn't actually see him kill them, but I still think he did it.

Cop #1: If you did not see anything, then we cannot hold him.

Brady: We're not done yet, pal.

Victor: Where is my son? Stop blubbering and answer me!

Brady: Come on, Mimi. Tell us where they are!

Mimi: I don't know. I don't know where they are.

Woods: Look, I better tell you what's going on.

Victor: Tell me what, Dammit?

Woods: Belle, Philip, and Shawn are unaccounted for.

Nicole: You lost them?

Woods: Apparently they snuck away from camp sometime late last night and never returned. We searched for hours, but we couldn't find them.

Brady: And so you just cut out on them, is that it?

Woods: If it was just me, I'd still be on the island searching, but I had 30 other kids to think about. I can't jeopardize their lives. I notified the police and the coast guard.

Victor: We've got to organize a search party right away.

Woods: I understand how upset you are, and I want to be a part of the search, too. I'll get the kids settled in and be right back.

Victor: What do you know about this, Mimi? Why did Philip and the other kids leave the camp?

Mimi: I'm not supposed to tell.

Victor: Dammit, you will tell me, and you'll tell me right now!

Nicole: Look, Mimi, I know that you want them to be found safe and sound, but you have to tell us what happened. Why did they leave the camp?

Mimi: They were looking for the treasure. And so was he -- the captain.

Paul: I don't know what the hell she's talking about.

Chloe: Yes, you do.

Mimi: She's right! You did something to Philip, Belle, and Shawn, but you won't get away with it. I won't let you.

Lexie: Hope, you know I'll do anything and everything I can to help you remember.

Hope: You don't know how much that means to me.

Lexie: Trust me, I do.

Rolf's voice: Alexandra!

[Lexie gasps]

Lexie: Oh, Rolf, do not sneak up on me like that.

Rolf: Look, I'm very sorry, but I must speak with you.

Lexie: Actually, I need to speak with you, too. It's about Bo's suspicions.

Rolf: Ja, Ja, about the babies.

Lexie: Yes. He's even more suspicious than Hope. We have to do something.

Rolf: Well, I have known this for quite some time. You are the one who's been reluctant.

Lexie: Yeah, well, maybe I'll change my mind. But only if you convince me that you can activate Gina's memories without losing Hope.

Rolf: I understand your concerns, and I assure you your friend will not be harmed. But the conditions must be optimal.

Lexie: How do you mean? What do you need?

Rolf: Uninterrupted access to the subject -- Hope -- for a period of several hours.

Lexie: Ok. Access. That's it?

Rolf: In order to make the necessary adjustments, I must be able to see Hope's eyes at all times.

Lexie: Why?

Rolf: I don't know precisely which adjustments will produce the flow of memories. Hope's eyes will tell me as the persona of Gina begins to come to life inside of her. At that signal, if you will, I will immediately flip the switch and voila! The beautiful Hope will remember every moment of her life as the beautiful Gina.

Hope: Lex?

Lexie: Hmm?

Hope: Where were you? You seemed a million miles away.

Lexie: Oh, no, I don't think a million's quite far enough.

Hope: I don't understand. Excuse me?

Lexie: Uh! Ok. Look, there's something I feel I need to say to you, but I am not sure -- I'm almost afraid to because I don't think you're going to like it.

Clerk: Hey, how's your friend?

Jason: Uh, I don't know. She's still in with the doctor. But, uh, I want to thank you for hooking us up. I know Jan's in a lot of pain.

Clerk: Well, I -- I'm just glad the doctor was still here. I hope he can help your friend.

Jason: Me, too. Me, too.

[Thunder]

Doctor: I am very concerned about you, young lady. You're gonna need some tests, some lab work, and then some analysis.

Jan: Why?

Doctor: To determine the exact type and the extent of the damage.

Jan: Just tell me, am I ok, or not?

Doctor: You're not ok. You have suffered trauma. There is some visible bruising and some bleeding. It's -- it's not indicative of normal sexual activity, which leads me to believe that someone has forced themselves upon you. Is that correct? Did someone hurt you? Was it your boyfriend out there in the hall? Did he hurt you?

Jan: No.

Doctor: Get too rough with you?

Jan: No, no, no. It was nothing like that. Jason had nothing to do with this.

Doctor: You can tell me the truth. I promise that nothing you say will leave this room.

Jan: Forget it.

Doctor: Miss. I can't undo what was done, but I can help you deal with it. I can help you heal. Tell me what happened. What -- what really happened?

Belle: Are we ever gonna get out of here?

Philip: Oh, yeah, sure we are. For once I'm glad that Mimi has such a big mouth.

Shawn-D: Seriously. She probably already blabbed the whole deal to Mr. Woods and his friends.

Belle: You said that before.

Shawn-D: Well, it's still true.

Belle: Even if Mimi did open her mouth, what makes you assume she knows where we are?

Philip: Well, she saw the map.

Belle: Ok, so maybe Mimi remembers the color of it. But that whole north, south, east, west thing? Forget it. I've seen Mimi get lost on her way to home room.

Philip: Don't sell Mimi short. She's grown up a lot on this trip.

Shawn-D: Yeah, I agree. They probably already put a whole search party together, and as soon as this storm blows over, they'll even have helicopters out.

Belle: Wouldn't that be nice? But what if Paul comes looking for us? What if he gets to us first?

Shawn-D: You know, he's a lot of things, but he's not stupid.

Philip: He got what he wanted. He's probably long gone by now. Relax, Belle.

Belle: You're right. I was letting my imagination get the best of me. So when do you think they'll finally find us?

Shawn-D: I don't know, but we're not going to sit around and wait.

Philip: Right on, bro. We'll make this happen ourselves, then.

Shawn-D: You got any ideas?

Philip: We can't exactly climb these walls ourselves.

Shawn-D: Yeah, which means we're going to have to go down or around.

Philip: Well, Mr. Woods taught us that, you know, these -- there's many connected caves and caverns in the geography here, so...

Shawn-D: We just have to search for some sort of, like, tunnel or passageway or something.

Belle: Oh, whoa. Whoa. Wait a second. What if there are more dead bodies or snakes?

Shawn-D: Belle, there's no more snakes. We already told you that. Besides, that one wasn't poisonous.

Belle: How do you know?

Shawn-D: Ok, I'll double-check just to make sure you're ok. I'll see if there's any fangs.

Belle: Well?

Shawn-D: It's nothing to worry about.

Belle: Well, ok. Let's get promptly out of here.

Mimi: He said he was going to help us find the treasure, but Shawn and Phil did all the work getting the clues in the ocean and on the cliff.

Brady: All right, Mimi, that's -- that's not important. Cut to the part where they disappeared.

Mimi: Ok. Well, last night we decided that we didn't trust Paul. And we said that in the morning we were going to tell Mr. Woods everything and get him to call the police to help us. We went to bed, but after a while, I saw Belle sneak out.

Brady: She was alone?

Mimi: Actually, she was following Shawn. I figured they were just, you know, going off to be alone. I didn't know Philip was with them till later, when I realized they must have gone to find the treasure. And I think he followed them, did something to them so he could have the treasure to himself.

Paul: You're out of your mind this chick is a nutcase.

Mimi: What did you do to them? Where are they?

Brady: I'm gonna handle this. Listen, buddy, you got a choice. You can tell us what the hell is going on here, or I'm going to beat your face in.

Paul: Buddy, I don't know you. I don't know why this ditz has it in for me. And I sure as hell don't know where those missing kids are. But I can tell you what they were up to last time I saw them. I think you ought to know. All of you.

Jack: A psychiatrist? Does this have anything to do with your mother?

Jennifer: My mother?

Jack: I just know that everything that you went through, you know -- how upset you were when J.T. had his accident, how responsible you felt. I was afraid maybe it brought back all that trauma when your mother left you on that bus. For God's sake, Jennifer, I hope you're not thinking that -- that you're --

Jennifer: What, that I'm mentally ill? Is that what you're saying?

Jack: I'm sorry if that offends, but yes.

Jennifer: No, I'm just so surprised.

Jack: Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

Jennifer: It's a good thing in this case. You can be so sensitive when you want to be, Jack. I had no idea that you were even paying attention all those times I was talking about my mother and all those old insecurities.

Jack: Now see? See, Iíve been trying to tell you for months, for years, there's all these

great things about Jack Deveraux that you don't know. For example, did you know that I floss every day in an effort to combat periodontal disease?

Jennifer: Gosh, why can't a serious discussion with you last more than two seconds, Jack?

Jack: Two seconds? I think you're exaggerating.

Jennifer: Wait. What is wrong with you? You start talking about periodontal disease. I don't even get that.

Jack: I just thought a little humor might help you get past the moment.

Jennifer: Wait a minute. Why do we have to get past it. Why? Why can't we just stay in it? Why can't we just really, completely stay in it?

Jack: I'm not sure I understand the question.

Jennifer: Of course. Of course you don't understand, Jack.

Jack: It just works with Greta.

Jennifer: Greta?

Jack: Greta. Well, I don't know. When Greta gets blue, I cheer her up. We got to the mall, act like a couple of teenagers, have a ball. Why can't you and I do that, Jennifer?

Jennifer: I don't know, Jack. Maybe it's because I'm not dating you and Greta is.

Hope: What is it, Lex?

Lexie: Ok, just know that I'm only saying this because I care about you so much, ok? All right, I really think that you should let Bo help you deal with your investigation of your life as Gina.

Bo: You're not the only one.

Lexie: Yeah, the two of you should work together. Hope, it worries me, you going off on your own, ok? I think Bo should be there to help you deal with whatever it is you find out. And if, God forbid, you did do something criminal...

Bo: I can use my experience and connections to help you out.

Lexie: Exactly.

Bo: Smart lady over there.

Lexie: Thank you.

Hope: I hear you. And I hear you, too. And I know you both have my best interests at heart, but I hope you both understand as well that I need to do a little digging on my own, ok? But whatever I come up with, I'll let you know, and we'll go from there together. Ok?

Cool?

Lexie: Cool.

Bo: Well, all right. I guess I'll have to deal with that. You know what? We should have breakfast and talk more often. Oh, man. I got to get to the station. Come here, mister. You know what? We got to hang with your aunt Lexie more often. She's fun, huh? And about the party, I'm sorry I gave you a hard time about it. If it's for Hope, obviously I'm gonna be there. But there's just one thing.

Lexie: What's that?

Bo: What's the real reason for this party? I mean, what are you planning?

Jack: Who says I'm dating Greta? Why are we even talking about her? We should be talking about us, you and me. Jennifer, why can't we just have fun for old time's sake? What is wrong with having a good time?

Jennifer: There is nothing wrong with having a good time, all right? But you -- you laugh it off and you joke around instead of communicating with me. All right, I want to talk to you and you want -- you want to floss your teeth, Jack. I cannot live like this.

Jack: When you calm down, would you like to go to a movie?

Jennifer: Oh, gosh. You are so exasperating. Do you know that?

Jack: Cafe au lait or biscotti instead? I have another idea. I'll come up with 10 things that are not depressing. And you -- I am sure that you can come up with 20 conversations that are depressing. We'll write them all down and make a comparison. And you decide what you want to do.

Jack: Well, I guess depressing wins.

Jennifer: Is that really how you see me these days?

Jack: Absolutely.

Jennifer: Well, maybe you should do something that would make me want to have fun, Jack.

Jack: Well, well, well. I'd give you my footprints, except they're still upstairs in my socks. Neh, neh, neh. If we'd be any closer, I'd be in back of you.

Jennifer: You'd be dead.

Jack: No, no, no, my name's not Groucho. I'm just breaking it in for a friend.

Jennifer: What the heck are you doing?

Jack: I'm just trying to get you to smile before we move on to the next big step of having fun.

Jack: Ok. Time to bring out the big guns.

[Jennifer gasps]

Lexie: What am I planning? What are you talking about?

Bo: Wouldn't want old DiMera to show up as a surprise guest, now, would we? Just kidding, ok? All right? Now look here, he's a little tired, so I'm gonna take him upstairs, have grandma give him a nap.

Hope: See you later, honey.

Bo: Come on, sweetie, let's go.

Hope: Thank you, girlfriend.

Lexie: For what?

Hope: For helping me convince Bo that a D.N.A. test is completely unnecessary. And for being there for all of us. We all sure do love you for it.

[Baby gurgles]

Hope: What? Are you feeling left out, big guy? Are you? Come here. Come to --

Lexie: No, don't!

Doctor: I sense you want to tell me something. Remeber that you can trust me.

Jan: Well...

Doctor: Yes? Go on.

Paul: If you open your mouth about this to anyone, I swear, I will come back, I will find you, kill you, your friends, and your family. Got that?

Jan: No, it's nothing. I don't want to talk about it. I want to know exactly what is wrong with me.

Doctor: As I said, I can't tell you that until we run some more tests. You need to see a gynecologist as soon as possible. I can find someone here on the island for you to see.

Jan: No, no. I just -- I want to go home. I want to get away from here as soon as possible.

Doctor: Well, if that's the case, then you must see your gynecologist as soon as you get home. It could be a simple infection, but there are several other possibilities, and some of them quite serious. That cannot be confirmed or ruled out without a complete workup.

Jan: I'm sure it's nothing.

Doctor: That is a dangerous assumption. I cannot overstress the importance of immediate treatment. Do you understand? You should be on antibiotics, but you need a more thorough exam and tests before any medication can be prescribed. I really wish you would reconsider and see an ob-gyn now.

Jan: Thanks, but I gotta get out of here.

Paul: I came here looking for the group from the island because I heard that they'd been evacuated to this hotel, and I saw something they should know about.

Victor: Get to the point. What did you see?

Paul: Early this morning, I was trying to secure the launch boat in the storm. The wind was blowing so hard that it knocked me over, and I fell onto one of the anchors and I cut myself bad. I couldn't get the bleeding to stop, so I took the boat to come back here for treatment. As I was leaving the island, I saw three kids -- two boys and a girl. They were fooling around in the water, really carrying on, naked.

Mimi: That is total bull. He's lying. Belle would never do that.

Paul: Hey, I'm just telling you what I saw. They were all buck-naked, and from the way they were acting, my guess is they were drunk or stoned.

Mimi: Oh, my God! That is so wrong! You have to know that's not true.

Brady: Mimi, just let him finish. What else did you see?

Paul: I was watching them as I headed away from the island, then it looked like maybe the girl, she got a cramp or something. She went under. I could see the guys, they were trying to, you know, go down after her, trying to help her. I could see that they were in trouble, so I turned the boat around to go back, but the hurricane was really kicking up by then, and... When I got there, they were all gone.

Mimi: I don't care what he says, he's lying. You guys, you have to believe me. I know they didn't drown, and I know they weren't frolicking naked. I don't know if they're dead or alive, but they are on that island.

Shawn-D: Look, Belle, I know you're scared, but we have to start looking for a way out, all right?

Philip: Yeah, we can't just sit here and do nothing.

Shawn-D: Ready to go?

Belle: Wait. I want to say a prayer first.

Philip: Great idea.

Belle: God, please protect us and bring us back safely.

Shawn-D: Great-grandfather, I know this is a symbol of your love for Alice, so help me bring it back to where it belongs. And help bring us back, too.

Philip: Amen.

Belle: Amen.

Shawn-D: Ok, so, Belle, um, why don't you stay between us. That way we can keep you safe, all right?

Philip: That's a good idea. Wait!

Belle: What? I think I see something.

Belle: Where?

Philip: Over there.

Shawn-D: You know, I think you're right.

Belle: What?

Shawn-D: No, it's just like some sort of opening or something. Yeah...

Belle: Be careful.

Shawn-D: All right, you ready?

[Grunting]

Shawn-D: Oh, my God!

Jennifer: Shoot. I don't believe this. You pull your pants up! Jack!

Jack: Ok! All right! Mission accomplished. Now, let's go have some real fun.

Jennifer: Oh, where?

Jack: You'll find out. Just come with me.

Jennifer: I'm so scared right now. I'm so scared!

Jack: Be afraid. Be very afraid.

[Laughing]

Hope: What, you don't want me to hold Isaac now?

Lexie: Oh, Hope, don't be ridiculous. I just, um, I, uh...

Hope: What? What?

Lexie: I thought he might be wet. I didn't want you to get wet.

Hope: Lex, he's wearing a diaper. Well, that's not the real reason. What's really up?

Lexie: That's the real reason. Really, that's it.

Hope: Ok, if he was wet, why would I care? I'm like a second mother to him. Isn't that true? Isn't that true, Isaac? Yes, I am.

Jason: What did the doctor say? Are you gonna be ok?

Jan: This is never going to be over.

Jason: What do you mean? What's not going to be over? What did the doctor tell you?

Jan: Oh, he just... He wasn't sure what was wrong with me, just... You know, I'm probably just run down with Shawn and all that stuff.

Jason: No, no, no, that's not it. Tell me what's going on. What's going on?

Jan: I just -- I just want to go home, ok? I just want to go home, and I want to forget about this awful trip!

 

Cop #2: Senor, I'm going to need to see you later in the police station. I need a full testimony of everything you saw.

Paul: No problem. Anything to help.

Cop #1: We must warn you not to leave the island.

Paul: Well, I don't know where I'll be going in this hurricane.

Cop #1: We have some questions for you about this so-called treasure.

Cop #2: Please come with us.

Victor: Philip is not dead.

Nicole: We'll find him.

Brady: Come here. Listen to me. I need a boat to get to that island right away.

Clerk: There's no way. It'll be suicide. You'll have to wait out the storm.

Brady: No, see, I'm not waiting.

Clerk: I'm afraid you do not have a choice, senor.

Brady: Like hell I don't.

Chloe: What are we going to do?

Brady: I have an idea. But first I need to talk to my grandfather.

Brady: Nicole, I need a few words with my grandfather alone, please. Mimi's right. This guy is lying. Shawn and Philip and Belle, they're still alive. And as for that creep over there, we'll let him think that we're buying his story. When we find out what's really going on, we'll nail the bastard. But rest assured, in the meantime, I will find Philip and the rest of the kids.

Belle: What is it, guys? What did you find?

Shawn-D: It's a way out of here.

Philip: Yeah, it looks like a small crawl space.

Shawn-D: Or some sort of tunnel.

Belle: I think I see metal tracks.

Shawn-D: Yeah, it's probably for a mine car. People were bringing stuff in and out of here.

Belle: Which means there must be a way out of here.

Philip: I'll check it out.

Belle: Hey, Philip, it could be too dangerous.

Philip: It could be our way out.

Shawn-D: Why don't you go and check it out. I'll keep an eye on you from here.

Philip: All right.

Belle: Be careful

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