Days Transcript Wednesday 10/24/01


Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 10/24/01

By Stephanie
Proofread By Niki

Greta: So what about it, Jack? You want to go out on a date with me?

Jack: A date with you? How -- how can you ask me that? You know Iím --

Greta: Not a real date, silly, but you know what? It better look real if you want the charade in Vegas to pay off. I mean, doesn't getting this job depend on us convincing these men that we are lovers?

Jack: Well, yes, of course, but --

Greta: Well, then, I suggest we start practicing.


Jennifer: Well? Why do you think I need to be protected?

Brandon: I don't know. I just get the feeling that you're going through a rough time. As a therapist, I'm trained to sense stuff like that.

Jennifer: Oh, I wasn't aware that we were in session right now.

Brandon: I didn't mean it like that. I really didnít. It's just that when I flirted with you, I didn't get the usual response. You know, with most women, it's either "get lost" or "yeah, I'm interested." With you, I -- I don't know what I'm getting.

Jennifer: Well, you know what? I think you're wrong. I don't need a man no man ever has, and I'm certainly not going to start relying on one now.

Brandon: Will you go out with me again, Jennifer?

Jennifer: Oh, that's good. That's very good. You goad me into this tirade about men and how they're never there for me, and then you make a joke about dating me right in the middle of it. Touchť. Very good.

Brandon: It wasn't a joke, Jennifer. It was an invitation.

Colin: There you go.

Larry: How's it going, dr. Murphy? Finding your way around all right?

Colin: Oh, I think so. Thanks for asking, Larry.

Sami: Stupid bitch.

Larry: Which one? You know so many.

Sami: Shut up.

Larry: Hey.

Sami: Larry, I'm sorry. I shouldn't take it out on you. You're right; I do have a very long bitch list. It's just that Nicole Walker has moved right to the top of it.

Nicole: Tell me something, Austin -- are you happy here at titan? Do you really want this job?

Austin: Yes, I want this job. Well, I thought I made that clear, but, I mean, am I happy here? Um... I can be honest, right? Honestly, I would prefer to work with someone with fewer delusions of grandeur, and from where Iím standing, I feel like you're very lucky to be my boss.

Nicole: How dare you --

Austin: No, you're very, very smart, you're very creative, you're very talented, but, Nicole, you came out of nowhere, and it just seems like yesterday, you were a model here.

Nicole: Your point?

Austin: Is that obviously, the key to where you're sitting is your relationship with everyone's boss here. Now, without Victor Kiriakis, you'd be worried about being replaced on the next photo shoot by some younger face with a thinner body.

Mimi: What's with the sad puppy face?

Mimi: Where's Shawn? Is he still outside talking to Jan?

Belle: Worse.

Mimi: What do you mean? Where are they?

Belle: They left, and I don't know where they went.

Mimi: What?

Belle: I saw Jan and Shawn go off together.

Shawn-D: Here. Take this. You'll get cold.

Jan: Oh, thanks.

Shawn-D: Sure.

Jan: Why are we out here, Shawn?

Shawn-D: 'Cause we need to be alone.

Jan: Why?

Shawn-D: So you can tell me what really happened to you. Jan, hey. You need to talk about the rape, okay? You just need to get it out. It's time.

Jack: Practicing. Y-you want to practice.

Greta: Yes, Jack. I mean, how else are you going to look like you're convincingly turned on? Come on, Jack. Girls are not your thing. I mean, don't you think those guys are going to realize that unless we're -- well, unless we're well-prepared.

Jack: Prepared. You want to prepare -- uh, no, no, no. You don't have to do that. You don't have to go that far.

Greta: Jack, Jack, Jack, Jack, not that kind of prepared. Well... Well-rehearsed, you know? Like -- like actors in a play.

Jack: Yeah.

Greta: And what is the first thing actors do?

Jack: What?

Greta: They get into costume.


Jack: W-what are you doing?

Greta: I'm, um... I'm getting comfortable, Jack. So, uh... Why don't you join me?


Jennifer: It's not a joke? I mean, you're asking me out for real on an actual date?

Brandon: On an actual date. Not like the last time.

Jennifer: No, I know. The last time, you were rescuing me, but this would be, like, a date date.

Brandon: Yeah. Is there a problem?

Jennifer: Well, yes. I-I mean, I'm marri--

Brandon: Married? Really? I thought Jack was your ex-husband.

Jennifer: He is. He is my ex-husband, but -- I mean, I'm a mother.

Brandon: Oh, yeah. You got me there. See, last time I checked, mothers were allowed out on dates.

Jennifer: Right, right, I guess.

Brandon: So Iíll ask you again. Will you go out with me?

Jennifer: You know, this is amazing. I mean, I, Jennifer Horton, I'm sitting here in the hospital cafeteria where nothing ever happens to me. I mean, I've been coming to this cafeteria since I'm a child. Now, all of a sudden, I'm sitting with this man that I barely even know, and he's asking me out on a date.

Brandon: All right, enough, enough, enough, Jennifer. It doesn't take rocket science to recognize the runaround. Nobody takes this long to say yes. I'm a big boy, Jennifer. Obviously, you have your reasons for saying no, right?

Sami: Look, Larry, I'm really sorry, okay? It's not your fault, and I really shouldn't let my foul mood wreck your day.

Larry: That's okay. I'm used to it.

Sami: So have you, um... Have you seen Brandon anywhere?

Larry: Yeah, as a matter of fact, I have. He's in the cafeteria with a beautiful blonde.

Colin: Thanks. I'm off to the cafeteria for a quick lunch.

Nicole: Just who do you think you are, and what exactly are you implying about Victor and me?

Austin: I won't imply anything, and I won't interfere with your relationship with victor as long as you stay away from mine and Sami's.

Nicole: Which better not affect your work.

Austin: This job is very important to me. I need it, and I'll do whatever I can to keep it, especially now that I'm planning a future with Sami and Will.

Nicole: [Groans] Austin. I am trying to be as professional as possible, but you make it very difficult when you talk about planning a future with Sami Brady. I warn you -- this will ultimately affect your position in this company.

Austin: That's never going to happen. I won't let it. Now, I do apologize for leaving Sami in your office. That was a mistake.

Nicole: Which you should have realized before you made it.

Austin: If we can get beyond this, I can promise you that I will be a model employee. Starting from now, I will give you the proper respect 9:00 to 5:00, Monday to Friday.

Nicole: That's it? What if I need you 24/7?

Shawn-D: Look... I know how big you are into your image, and how much you care about what other people think of you. But that's probably why you're so scared to tell anyone.

Jan: Why do you care, Shawn? You know... Maybe it's better if the two of us just have nothing to do with each other.

Shawn-D: Really? So who are you going to talk to about this? I want to help you, Jan. You just have to give me a chance.

Jan: How, Shawn? How can you help me?

Shawn-D: By listening, for starters, all right? You just have to give yourself a break. Just start talking. Let it all out. I want to hear what you're going through.

Jan: I don't want to.

Shawn-D: I want you to. Okay, look, if you don't want to talk about your feelings, that -- that's fine. We'll just skip over that. We'll just -- tell me about the other part, the physical part. What's happening to your body?

Shawn-D: What kind of hell are you going through, Jan?

Jennifer: No, you don't understand. It's -- it's not that simple, Brandon.

Brandon: Why not? I mean, how is it complicated? Will...You...Go...Out... With...Me? Six little words. Hardly open to interpretation.

Jennifer: I know, but you don't understand. It has been so long since anyone has asked me...

Brandon: Still sounds an awful lot like a stall tactic to me.

Jennifer: Oh, no, I -- I'm trying to explain this.

Mimi: I mean, I hate to admit it, but Jan's not the only one who thinks she's hot. Every guy that sees her --

Belle: Mimi, will you just shut up about Jan? Because I really, really don't need to hear about this.

Mimi: Oh, my God. I'm sorry. Don't pay any attention to me. You know my mouth -- it's got a mind of its own sometimes. But I really didn't mean anything. I mean, I didn't mean anything bad about Shawn. Shawn is the greatest, and he's crazy about you.

Belle: But you're right about Jan. She is hot, and maybe Shawn found her as irresistible as everyone else.

Mimi: I'm such an idiot. I could kill myself for making you think that. You don't actually believe that Shawn would have a thing for Jan. He adores you. What? You don't doubt that, do you?

Belle: Mimi, on the island, when Shawn and I were lying together on the sand, when you interrupted us -- well, before that, Shawn was the one that wanted to stop, not me. Not that he wasn't right to want that -- I mean, we didn't have protection and we weren't ready -- but still...

Mimi: What "but still"? He loves you, Belle. That's why he wanted to wait.

Belle: I want to believe that. I really do, but I don't know. Maybe there's a different reason. Maybe Shawn didn't want to have sex with me because he didn't need to -- because he was already having it with someone else.

Jan: My body? You mean the gonorrhea?

Shawn-D: Yeah. Paul gave it to you, right?

Jan: Yeah. He's the only one that's ever...

Shawn-D: No, I know. I know. 'Cause you were A... You were a...

Jan: A virgin.

Shawn-D: Yeah.

Jan: Shawn, you can say it, 'cause I was. I know no one would believe me. I really was. I was waiting for the right guy to come along. You know, somebody special that would love me. I just -- I wanted my first time to be amazing. That's another pathetic dream that'll never come true now. Disgusting pig. How could he do that, Shawn? I mean, how could anyone? I just -- I just wanted him to die and -- I killed him. I shot him, and I -- ended somebody's life.

Shawn-D: Listen to me. Jan, please, look at me. Let's -- let's just get back to talking about what's happening to you now. Okay? So -- so you're sick. That means that Paul didnít... Use a condom, right?

Jan: It just happened so fast. I didn't even know what was happening at first. He was just... On top of me, and I -- I couldn't breathe. I thought -- I thought I'd suffocate and -- I tried to fight him off. I tried to push him. I tried to bite him, and -- I tried to scratch him. Anything I could think of, but he was just on top of me, and -- I couldn't breathe. I-I couldn't even scream, and he was just ripping at my clothes, and...

Jan: It hurt so much. He hurt me so much. I just -- I wish I had just died. I just wish I had died.

Shawn-D: Hey, Iím --

Jan: Don't touch me, please, Shawn. Just don't touch me.

Greta: [Laughing]

Jack: [Laughs nervously]

Greta: You know, to tell you the truth, this kind of comfy is widely overrated. I am freezing, and this -- this torture device is anything but comfy.

Jack: Uh-huh. Uh-huh.

Greta: Oh, God. It's this bra. It's more like a straitjacket. I don't know how women wear these all the time. I prefer au natural. [Laughs] you know, I know its a little '70s, but, you know, retro -- it's kind of fun, don't you think? Oh, God, that is so much better. Ah.

Jack: Unbelievable.

Greta: Yeah, I know. These things -- they are incredibly tricky. You know, Jack, this is kind of a hoot. I could never pull this off with a straight guy. Yeah, it still baffles me that I could, like, parade around this room completely naked and have no effect on you at all.

Jack: Greta --

Greta: No, I mean, come on, Jack, it would be fun. We could have our very own nudist colony right here in my living room!

Jack: No, no, no. No, no, no, please.

Greta: Oh, come on. All right, fine, fine. It's not that time of year anyway.


Jack: [Laughs]

Greta: But you know what? Seriously, seriously. We need to take this seriously. We need to really work on this "Greta and Jack, hottest couple of the year," right? I mean, we need to somehow convince these men that we are connected, Jack. We're connected, you know? Sexually.

Jack: Look, could we stop using that word?

Greta: What word, Jack?

Jack: "Sexually."

Greta: Oh. Sex, Jack? You know what? I'm sorry. You're right. I am sorry. I am being -- I am. I am being so insensitive. Jack, this must be incredibly frustrating for you.

Jack: Frustrating? No, no, no, not me. No, of course not. No, no.

Greta: No? You know, it's nothing to be embarrassed about, Jack. I mean, I know. I understand. I know what it's like to be -- well, to be alone and to be lonely. And it's no fun, Jack. It isn't. Everybody -- everybody needs somebody, Jack. I've got an idea.

Jack: Uh... I'm not sure if I'm in the mood for any more of your ideas.

Greta: No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. No, no, this -- this is a good idea, Jack. I mean, it might seem as if I'm -- well, I'm presuming, but -- you know what? No, no. You know what? It is okay to presume when you really care about someone. I mean, then it's okay to get involved instead of sitting on the sidelines and watching someone suffer. No, Jack, no. This -- this is -- this is. This is a good, good thing.

Jack: "Thing"?

Greta: Yes, Jack. I want to set you up with someone.

Jack: Set me -- set me up? Wait, wait, whoa, whoa --

Greta: Yes, Jack, and -- I just so happen to know the perfect guy.

Jack: Guy? Are you out of your mind?

Jennifer: A stall tactic? No, Brandon, listen, I -- I am having the hardest time wrapping my mind around the idea of a date.

Woman: Dr. Murphy, can I ask you a question?

Brandon: Well, if you ever do manage to come to grasp with the concept, maybe we can talk.

Jennifer: Uh...

Jennifer: Brandon. Brandon, wait.

Austin: You don't have to worry about me, Nicole, because I am ready to go above and beyond the call. I mean, if you need it. I told you, I need this job, so Iíll do whatever it takes.

Nicole: Such maturity. Kind of a disappointment, though. I was hoping to push a few buttons, make a few cracks about Sami. You know, watch the explosion, go a few rounds. Come on, Austin. Where's your fighting spirit?

Austin: That's funny, but if you haven't noticed, we're not in a ring, and I don't box anymore. I'm a businessman, strictly legit, and I'm very serious about it.

Nicole: Oh, well, excuse me.

Austin: You know what? I've got -- I've got proof.

Nicole: What are you talking about?

Austin: Prepare to be impressed, Ms. Walker, because my fancy footwork has saved this company mucho dinero while you were in Puerto Rico.

Nicole: Really?

Austin: Really. Big bucks.

Mimi: Shawn and Jan having sex? No way. Ugh. Look, I know Iím the one that started this stupid conversation, but when I hear you say it, I mean, I know they just left together, and it is weird that he probably didn't even tell you goodbye, but come on, Belle, there's just no way. You are his girlfriend.

Belle: I don't know. Remember, we've only had one date together, technically, and when we were on the island, I practically threw myself at him, and he rejected me. So, promise me you're not going to say a word of this to anyone. It is too embarrassing.

Mimi: Wait a minute, Belle. I think you're looking at this all wrong. Shawn didn't reject you. He just realized that neither one of you were ready -- emotionally, I mean. And you also said that you weren't prepared, and he knew how stupid it would have been for you to have unprotected sex. If you ask me, I think Shawn was a hero that night.

Belle: Bravo, Meems. Nice spin. Too bad I can't bring myself to buy a word of it.

Shawn-D: Uh... I was just trying to make you feel better.

Jan: I know. It's just... When you touched me, I thought of his -- it was just sudden.

Shawn-D: Well, I-I'm sorry.

Jan: No. I'm sorry. I just -- well, if I had touched you, then that would have been okay, but...

Shawn-D: What?

Jan: I'm not right in my head anymore. I'm not even making any sense.

Shawn-D: No, sure you are.

Jan: I just -- I have this horrible feeling that Iím just dirty. I keep trying to shower it away, but it doesn't help. It just doesn't go away. I must have taken 1,000 showers since then, and it --

Shawn-D: Jan.

Jan: His voice, it just... Echoes in my head. I keep hearing him make his promises and -- telling me how pretty I am. My eyes. It's all about my eyes and -- my body. I have to learn to relax my body if I ever want to make it in the movies. I have to relax my body and just -- my body -- I just -- I got to move my body and just show him how sexy I am and just my body and just -- just stop! Just make it stop! Make it stop! Stop! Just stop.

Sami: Just the guy I was looking for.

Brandon: No kidding. What for?

Sami: Oh, I realize how thrilled you are to see me. Don't worry. Don't feel obligated. I know you have other fish to fry.

Brandon: What are you talking about?

Jennifer: Brandon, there you are. You left the cafeteria before I could -- Sami, hey.

Sami: Hi. So this is the beautiful blonde you were having lunch with downstairs.

Brandon: Uh, how did you know I was downstairs with anyone?

Sami: I have my spies.

Jennifer: Uh, Brandon, can I speak to you for a minute, just in private real quick?

Brandon: Yeah.

Jennifer: Excuse me.

Shawn-D: Jan -- hey. Easy, easy, easy. Jan. Listen... I think that... Just let me help you get someone that can help you get through this, Jan. Please. Look, I'm your friend, and I-I want to help you, and I want to listen to you, but... Let me just help you get a professional, okay? Someone who's trained to listen to you and help you get through all this and just -- so you can leave all this stuff in the past, all right?

Jan: No.

Shawn-D: Jan.

Jan: Uh... There's no way I can -- I could ever talk to someone like that.

Shawn-D: But you can talk to me.

Jan: I trust you, Shawn, but you are the only one I can talk to.

Shawn-D: But I think I might be making things worse. No, look, that -- that is like the last thing that I want to do.

Jan: You're -- you're not making things worse, Shawn. You're not. You're right. It does help to talk to someone.

Shawn-D: Okay, so I just -- I still think that you should see a professional.

Jan: Don't -- just don't say it, okay? It was a big enough step for me to tell you what happened, but... I can't tell anybody else. I-I just can't, okay? Shawn -- don't make me, okay? Please.

Belle: I have to face it, Meems. No matter how you try and make it sound -- romantic and protective and whatever else -- the bottom line is that Shawn just didn't want me.

Mimi: You are not hearing me, Belle. This isn't a spin. This is not even a stretch. Shawn just realized that he got carried away in the moment, period. It can happen. I know.

Belle: You do? How? That time with Kevin, it actually went that far?

Mimi: No. I'm just saying, I can understand how it could have. Wow, this is incredible. I can't believe I'm actually talking to you about going all the way -- me, the girl most likely to enter a convent.

Belle: Mimi.

Mimi: Wait a minute. This isn't about me. This is about you, you and Shawn. Remember Shawn, the good guy? Read my lips, Belle. He is a caring, sensitive, mature young guy that just didn't want to get you pregnant.

Belle: But I told him I couldn't get pregnant then. No, Meems, that is not it. Shawn just didn't want to make love to me.

Shawn-D: I'll stop. I'm not going to make you do anything that you don't want to do, all right? I'll stop pushing -- for now, okay? 'Cause Iím not going to give up on the idea of you seeing a psychiatrist or counselor, 'cause Iíd be a really lousy friend if I did.

Jan: You're a great friend, Shawn. You're the only true friend I have.

Shawn-D: There's one more thing that I have to ask you.

Jan: What else is there to ask? I already told you everything.

Shawn-D: There's one really important thing that you left out.

Nicole: Well, well, well, nice work, Austin. I hate to admit it, but I'm not sure I would have caught this even if I had been here.

Austin: Well, I told you, you're good.

Nicole: So are you. But whether I would have caught it or not, I wasn't here, and it's comforting to know that you're covering Titaní butt even when I can't.

Austin: Always a pleasure.

Nicole: You know, I just realized something. You could use this little oversight to make me look bad at the next board meeting, or maybe even make a bid on my job.

Austin: I don't want your job. I want mine.

Nicole: Fair enough, but I do owe you one. However, I am not going back on what I said about your girlfriend. One more Sami sighting and you are out of here, you hear me?

Jennifer: Brandon, you never let me answer your question.

Brandon: I thought I heard your answer, loud and clear.

Jennifer: No, no, that was me desperately gasping for air. My answer is yes.

Greta: Look, before you get all nervous and anxious, let me tell you a little bit about this guy, okay? All right? He is a buyer for Baronís. He is so nice. He is charming, he's intelligent, and he's out of town a lot, so it'll be very, very discreet.

Jack: Enough, stop. Greta, I cannot go out with a guy.

Greta: Why?

Jack: Wh-- I-I'm a family man. I have a young daughter. I'm trying to reconcile with my ex-wife.

Greta: Oh, God, Jack, that is a no-win situation for both of you. We've had this conversation before, Jack. You know, I don't see you or Jennifer being the lovers-on-the-side type, and I can't imagine that Jennifer wants to go through the rest of her life never being touched, you know, that way. I mean, come on, Jack, even you -- you need love, too. You do. You need to be touched. We all do.

Jack: Greta, I'm begging you, drop this now. Please.

Greta: Jack!

Jack: You're very sweet. You're very sweet, and I appreciate this, I really do, but you gotta trust me on this. I need for you to promise me that you'll never talk to me about me dating guys again. It makes me very uncomfortable.

Greta: Yeah, okay, fine. But you know what? It makes you pretty sweaty, too.

Jack: So it does. Ha ha ha.

Greta: You know what? Why don't you just take off your shirt?

Jack: No! No! No! I mean -- I mean -- I mean -- I mean, no.

Greta: No? Okay, fine, fine.

Jack: No, let's just not talk about disrobing each other, either, okay?

Greta: All right, fine. You don't take off your shirt, but you know what? I'm kind of getting warm myself.

Jack: No, no, don't, don't, donít. Please, donít. Don't. Don't try to fix me up, don't try to take off my clothes, and please, by all means, don't take off your clothes again.

Greta: You know what? I'm batting zero today.

Jack: Greta, I know you mean well, and I appreciate it, I really do, but I am not pursuing anyone except Jennifer and Abigail. I just want my family back.

Greta: Jack --

Jack: No, no, that's it, end of discussion. That's it, permanently.

Brandon: Yes, what?

Jennifer: Yes, I will -- I'll go on a date with you.

Brandon: Final answer?

Jennifer: Final answer, yes. No phoning a friend, no polling the audience, just plain yes. I mean, why wouldn't I? You're wonderful and you're charming and every nurse here just absolutely adores you. I mean, it's a no-brainer. I just -- oh, gosh, I'm doing it again.

Brandon: How about you just give me your phone number?

Jennifer: My phone number? Why? You can't call me.

Greta: You're just giving me a hard time. You won't let me practice for Vegas; you won't let me fix you up. It's just --

Jack: Greta, I am well aware that the Vegas trip is right around the corner. I know we need to get our stories straight, and I promise you we will get to our practice date real soon. But right now I've got to go, okay? So you just stop worrying about my social life. I've got everything under control, all right? You just go and practice feeling a pea under 50 mattresses or something.

Greta: That was very funny, Jack. Is it my turn to talk now?

Jack: Certainly, certainly.

Greta: Okay. I will agree to let you mastermind our faux romance, but as your friend, Jack, I feel it's my responsibility to let you know that life can be really, really lonely without someone to share it with. Human beings, they need love, Jack. You know, and they need companionship. They need to be touched. All of us do.

Jack: So you keep saying, and you're absolutely right, but being with the wrong person is worse than being alone.

Greta: How do you know my guy is the wrong person?

Jack: I just know. Now, will you stop -- just, why don't you worry about trying to find your own prince charming?

Greta: [Scoffs]

Jack: I mean it. Greta, my love life is off limits. All right? Gotta go. Later. Later, Princess.

Jack: Me with a guy -- whoa! Close one.

Austin: I get the message, your majesty. I will keep Sami clear of the firing range. Now can I get back to work, or should I kiss the ring? Or, um, okay, no ring.

Nicole: Mm-hmm. Not amusing. Two points off for sarcasm. Look, Austin, I want. So either fall in line or find another employer. That'll be all.

Austin: Yes, ma'am.

Nicole: How could I have missed this? Victor would have another stroke if he knew. On the other hand, it did give Austin a chance to prove his loyalty, and he did cover me, which is a good thing. Huh. Austin reed could turn out to be just the kind of cozy little collaborator I like best.

Jack: You are a real sweetie, Greta. What would it do to your self-esteem to find out that Iím not really gay? So, no two ways about it. I've got to keep you from finding out about this little secret... For now, any way I can.

Greta: You talk a good game, Jack, but I know you don't want to be alone. You know what? I don't want you to be alone, either. So whether you say so or not, I am going to fix you up with this guy, and once you meet him, you're going to see that Iím right. And maybe one day you'll even thank me. Ha ha ha ha!

Brandon: I can't call you? Why not?

Jennifer: Because Iím still living with Jack, and --

Brandon: And you have a rule that friends can't call you in your own home?

Jennifer: No. No, of course not.

Brandon: Right, so write down your number, I'll give you a buzz, we'll go out. Simple. Don't complicate it.

Brandon: See how easy that was? And in case you want to reach me... Here's how.

Jennifer: Thanks. Thank you.

Sami: Wow. Jennifer Hortonís phone number. Really moving up in the world, aren't we?

Brandon: Why would you say that? Sounds like a self-esteem problem to me.

Larry: [Laughs]

Sami: What's funny?

Larry: Oh, nothing, Sami. I'm just enjoying the thought of you being a one-man woman. Wonder if you can handle that.

Jennifer: Real date? I can't even remember the last one I had.

Colin: Perhaps we could have a cup of coffee together.

Jennifer: Sure. Why don't you make a pot and bring it on over?

Colin: Not here, Jennifer. I meant in town, away from the compound. You must get lonely with Jack gone. I thought you might like a break. We could even have a drink, or dinner.

Jennifer: Oh, yeah, thank you. That would be lovely. I would like that very much.

Jennifer: But that never happened. Obviously it wasn't meant to be.

Colin: [Thinking] Jennifer? Oh, my God, it sounded just like her. My imagination must be playing tricks on me.

Mimi: Did you sleep through health class, Belle? Obviously Shawn didn't, thank goodness.

Belle: What do you mean?

Mimi: Hello. There is no really safe time at any girl's cycle, remember? It is possible to get pregnant anytime unless you have protection, which you didn't.

Belle: Mimi, if Shawn had really wanted me --

Mimi: Oh, Iím sure he did, Belle. How could he not? But he wanted to keep you safe even more. He didn't want to ruin your life with a teenage pregnancy. And at the risk of repeating myself, that just shows how much he really loves you.

Belle: Okay. Suppose you're right. Why isn't Shawn with me right now instead of off with Jan?

Mimi: I don't know. That's the one question I can't answer. But I do know that hanging out with Jan is a big mistake, and I can't imagine why Shawn would even want to, or how it can mean anything but more trouble.

Jan: Shawn, please, I just -- I can't talk about it anymore.

Shawn-D: We're almost done, Jan. Just stay with me a few more minutes, all right? I really do need to ask you something important.

Jan: What?

Shawn-D: When the doctors did all the tests for the STDs, did anyone think to do a pregnancy test?

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