Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 10/25/01
Belle: Hey, Kelly, is my mom available by any chance?
Kelly: Your timing's perfect. She's between patients.
Belle: Oh, great. Hi, mom.
Marlena: Hi! Oh, hi! How was your shopping?
Belle: A complete success. I got all the school supplies I need. You are not going to believe how much reading I have to do. I'm never going to be able to catch up.
Marlena: Back to burning the midnight oil, eh?
Marlena: Have I told you how happy I am that you're home?
Belle: Only about a zillion times.
Kelly: We're all glad to have you home.
Belle: Thank you.
Marlena: Hey, come on in.
Marlena: You know I知 never going to let you leave home again.
Belle: That is not a problem for me. I've had enough adventure to last me a lifetime.
Marlena: I'm just so glad you're home safe and sound. It was so awful when Maggie --
Belle: Mom, I don't want to think about it.
Marlena: Yeah. Okay. You know, you also haven't done much talking about what happened on the island.
Belle: What's to tell? You've heard about all the high points.
Marlena: Well, bad memories have a way of sinking even harder when you try to repress them.
Belle: Mom, I知 your daughter, not your patient.
Marlena: Yeah. So if you don't want to have counseling with me, we can find somebody here at the hospital. I've got a wonderful woman who --
Belle: I'll consider it, okay?
Marlena: No, it's not okay. You went through a very traumatic near life-and-death experience.
Belle: Mom, it wasn't all bad. Shawn was there. I'm never going to forget the way things were between us.
Marlena: We should talk about that, too, mother to daughter.
Shawn-D: When you saw the doctors, and they treated you for the S.T.D.壮, did anyone think to do a pregnancy test?
Jan: It wasn't necessary.
Shawn-D: Did the doctor say that?
Jan: What's with all the questions, Shawn?
Shawn-D: Jan, I care about you. Paul gave you gonorrhea, okay? So it's like I said, he probably didn't use a condom, which means you have to make sure that you're not pregnant.
Woman: Come in.
Colin: Miss Alcott.
Alcott: That's me. Okay, what do you think?
Colin: It's homey.
Alcott: Good answer. It's you.
Colin: Colin Murphy.
Alcott: Colin Murphy from over the pond. Peg Alcott.
Peg: Welcome to University Hospital.
Colin: Thanks. I'm still getting turned around, stopping people in the hallway, asking for directions.
Peg: Well, you found your way here okay. You caught me trying to create a less officey feel for the young people that come to the center.
Colin: Hmm. It works. Actually, I'm here with a problem concerning a young patient.
Peg: Have a seat. How can I help?
Colin: I treated a teenager earlier for a sexually transmitted disease -- a girl, 17 years old. She was terrified.
Peg: You think she'd been raped?
Colin: All the symptoms were there, but she denied it. She ran off before I could ask her much of anything. I need to know what we can do to help.
Greta: [Thinking] One day you'll thank me for this, Jack. No more lonely nights, dinners for one. You deserve someone special. Now, where is he?
Jack: I've got to be straight with Greta soon. Straight -- good one, Jacko. At least I talked her out of fixing me up with a guy. Things are complicated enough. Fixing me up with a guy -- we'll laugh about that one day. I hope we'll laugh.
Jennifer: Okay, okay, baby, you have a good time at Kelsey痴 and I'll pick you up before dinner, okay? Okay, bye-bye. Oh, my gosh, dinner. Dinner! I forgot. All right, dinner, dinner, dinner. Oh, wait. Wait, I don't need to panic. Abby loves takeout. We'll do takeout. Okay, I need to calm down. I need to relax because I'm overreacting about anything. It's a date. It's a date with sexy Brandon Walker. It's a date. Oh, my gosh, it's a date. How in the world am I going to break this to Jack?
Like sands through the hourglass, so are the Days of Our Lives.
Marlena: Obviously Shawn makes you very happy, and that's wonderful, honey.
Belle: I can't even begin to describe how he makes me feel. It's like I've known him all my life, but I never really knew him until now. Everything we went through on the island just made us even closer.
Marlena: Well, feelings like that for a young man can be very powerful, almost overwhelming. You could be swept away.
Belle: Is that such a bad thing, to trust your feelings and just go with them?
Marlena: No! No, no, no, it isn't. It isn't bad at all. You just want to be careful, that's all. Shawn is a very nice young man, and there will be lots of wonderful young men in your life.
Belle: Mom, you don't understand. I love him.
Jan: Shawn, I知 not pregnant.
Shawn-D: You can't be sure.
Jan: I can. There's my period.
Shawn-D: You had it? I mean, you're okay?
Jan: I don't always have the most regular cycle, but I know I am not pregnant.
Shawn-D: You might just want to get a home pregnancy test, just to be sure.
Jan: Don't I have enough to worry about without that? Look, the only thing I was afraid of was getting an S.T.D., and once I take the last pill, the gonorrhea is gone. There's no danger of infection anymore. It's over.
Shawn-D: But the memory of the ra-- of what happened isn't. I still have problems just thinking about it, Jan, so I can only imagine what you're going through.
Jan: You have problems?
Shawn-D: Yeah. I mean, Paul was on that island because of me. He wanted the jewels. I had the map.
Jan: Shawn, you had no way of knowing. You're not to blame.
Shawn-D: But neither are you, not for any of it.
Jan: I fired the gun, Shawn. I killed him.
Shawn-D: Jan, you shot -- Jan, you shot out of self-defense. What you did saved lives. Why can't you see that? Okay, 'cause... I don't know how to help you.
Shawn-D: Don't you see? You got to start trusting someone other than me. I'm not doing you any favors by keeping this between the two of us. You have to see that.
Jan: Yeah. I see I'm stupid. You're trying to get rid of me, aren't you? I mean, pass me on to somebody else so you don't have to deal with my problems anymore.
Colin: This girl's really in trouble. The rape is only part of what she's been through.
Peg: Dr. Murphy, I'm afraid there's not much you can do unless she reaches out to you again. We can't force someone to go into counseling. They have to walk through that door voluntarily. Your best hope is she'll come back and see you. She took a chance once. She may again.
Colin: I doubt it.
Peg: And if she does, that may mean she's ready to talk to someone. You need to let her know that everything here is completely confidential. That's a big concern with young people.
Colin: I'll remember.
Peg: I know it's not much, but bottom line is we can't help someone if they don't want to be held.
Jan: Just go, okay? I don't need your help. I don't want your help.
Shawn-D: Jan --
Jan: No, Shawn, just go back to your friends, okay? I won't bother you anymore, I promise. I'll leave you alone.
Shawn-D: No, stop. Jan, please, I知 not going to let you run. Okay? If you're not going to go get any help, then I have no choice. I'm going to have to tell someone.
Jan: Shawn, you can't. You promised me. I know you. You wouldn't go back on your word. Shawn, you promised me!
Shawn-D: Okay, fine. Fine, I won稚. All right? But if we're friends, you're going to have to help me out, all right? Because we can't go on like this. I don't know about you, but I'm not going to be able to sleep at night. I'm not going to be able to focus on school or anything. So trust me. Trust me and go to the crisis center at the hospital and see a counselor.
Jan: They'll tell my parents, Shawn.
Shawn-D: No, no, the whole thing is confidential. If you're not going to do it for yourself, then do it for me.
Jan: Are you sure it's safe?
Shawn-D: Yeah. You don't even have to give them your name. I'll be with you the whole way.
Shawn-D: How about it?
Belle: I've always loved Shawn. He's been a part of my life as long as I can remember. It's just, now I知 in love with him.
Marlena: He's the first boy you've ever been involved with.
Belle: Mom, didn't you ever feel this way about a boy my age?
Marlena: Yes, I had a boyfriend.
Belle: Were you in love with him?
Marlena: I thought I was.
Belle: And wasn't it wonderful and amazing? Didn't you think about him all the time?
Marlena: It was all that.
Belle: Did you ever make love?
Marlena: We made out.
Belle: No, no, that's not what I mean. Did you sleep together, have sex?
Marlena: No. I thought we were talking about you, not about me.
Belle: I thought we were talking about love. Why didn't you?
Marlena: Because I wasn't ready. I was too young.
Belle: 16 isn't too young now.
Marlena: When you're 16 you're old enough physically to have sex. I'm not sure that you're old enough emotionally.
Belle: I am. I know I am.
Marlena: So you and Shawn have already slept together?
Belle: I'm sorry, mom, but I don't think that's any of your business.
Marlena: I'm your mother.
Belle: And you are my friend, but let's face it, you and I can't have a conversation about sex without you getting uptight. It's a generation thing.
Marlena: So it's all right for me to answer your questions but not all right for you to answer my questions.
Belle: Being 16 is different now than it was for you. I understand that you weren't ready, and I respect that, but I love Shawn, and I am ready.
Marlena: Then you have slept with him.
Belle: I'm not saying I have. I'm not saying I haven't. But what goes on between Shawn and me belongs to us. Can't you understand that?
Marlena: I'm trying really hard.
Marlena: I've got a patient.
Belle: No problem.
Lena: Kelly, would you have Mr. Moman wait a moment, please? Thanks. I'd like to finish this conversation.
Belle: You have a patient waiting.
Marlena: Yeah, well, uh, tonight at home?
Belle: Sure. Could you put my stuff in your car?
Marlena: I can do that.
Belle: Thanks, mom. Bye.
Marlena: She's a little girl in so many ways, and wants so much to be a woman.
Greta: Excuse me.
Woman: Princess von Amberg! Hello! How may I help you?
Greta: I was looking for Ivan. Is he in?
Woman: Oh, yes, he's in the back room.
Greta: Oh. Do you think he'd mind if I pop in and see him for a minute?
Woman: Oh, he'd be delighted. You're his favorite customer.
Greta: Well, thanks. Well, I know the way.
Woman: Okay, great. Well, it's always a pleasure to see you.
Greta: Thank you. Thanks.
Woman: You're welcome.
Greta: This is for you, Jack.
Man: Did these dresses come from heaven or what?
Man #2: Thailand.
Man: Thailand? The farthest I ever got on a buying trip was Javits Center in New York.
Man #2: I found these on my own time, last vacation.
Man: Wow. I've got to hand it to you. These have New Year痴 Eve written all over them.
Greta: [Thinking] He's perfect. I'm about to make you a very happy man, Jack Deveraux.
Jennifer: Jack? Okay, I'm doing this for you as much as for me. Oh, that's bull. Why do I feel like I owe him an explanation? I am a single, modern, 30-something woman of the world, okay? And I'm allowed. So I知 just going to tell him. I'm going to say, "Jack, you know what? I've been asked out on a date." That's good. I'm going to keep it simple. Just eight little words -- "Jack, I致e been asked out on a date." "Jack, I致e been asked out on a date."
Jack: Jack has entered the building!
Colin: Does Dr. Evans have any free time this afternoon?
Kelly: Actually, she's free now. I'll tell her you' here.
Kelly: Dr. Murphy would like to see you. Go ahead in.
Marlena: Hi. Let me guess -- you want photocopies made or a memo taken?
Colin: Taking a Mickey out, are we, doctor?
Marlena: What does that mean?
Colin: Making fun of me, not that I blame you. That's was quite a gaffe the day we met thinking that you were Dr. Wesley's assistant.
Marlena: Oh, I don't mind, but I will never let you forget it.
Colin: Fair enough.
Marlena: Sit down. How's it going for you?
Colin: Brilliant. I've already offended one nurse and struck out big time with a young patient.
Marlena: You struck out?
Colin: Well, that's why I'm here. I could use your professional advice on helping this patient.
Marlena: Tell me.
Colin: She's a teenager. I treated her for gonorrhea, but I think there may be other medical complications. I think she was raped. During the physical examination there were definite signs of sexual assault. I tried to speak with her about it, but she took off.
Marlena: You know, Peggy Alcott is the one to see about this.
Colin: Well, I spoke to her earlier, but she felt there was nothing that we could do unless the girl herself came back wanting help.
Marlena: Oh, yes, I agree. Well, all young people know we have counseling available here at the hospital. Maybe her friends will encourage her to come back.
Colin: I hope you're right.
Shawn-D: You ready?
Jan: You don't have to go in with me, Shawn.
Shawn-D: You sure?
Jan: Yeah. I'll give you a call later, okay?
Shawn-D: All right.
Shawn-D: No problem. Everything's going to be okay, Jan. You're going to get the help you need.
Peg: Come in.
Peg: Hi, I'm Peg. I'm one of the counselors here.
Jan: Yeah, I just called.
Peg: Of course. I remember. Would you like to sit?
Jan: Sure. Thanks.
Peg: I was just going to get myself a soda. Would you like something to drink? We have cold drinks, tea.
Jan: Water, please.
Peg: Water it is.
Jan: Do I have to tell you my name?
Peg: Not if you don't want to. Okay if I sit with you?
Peg: I know it took a lot for you to come in here.
Jan: Well, I'm actually doing this for my friend. He just wanted me to get some counseling.
Peg: I see. Why did he think this was so important? This is a safe place. You don't have to tell me anything you don't want to. I'm here to help you.
Paul's voice: I'm not going to do anything you don't want me to do. Come on, baby, you're ready. You got to get your feet wet. You got the same kind of sweet sexy vibe going as Julia Roberts. Pretend you're naked, you're free. You love showing that gorgeous body to the world. Beautiful. And now the kiss. Relax. Enjoy. You know you want it.
[Voice echoing] You want it.
Peg: It's okay. It's okay. I'm here to help you. Nothing's going to happen to you here. It's okay. Anything you tell me will not leave this room.
Greta: I hope one of those dresses has my name on it.
Greta: Ivan. Hi. Harold.
Harold: Your highness. Kiss, kiss. Take your pick.
Ivan: Let's go in the salon. We have been keeping it aside for you.
Greta: Oh, okay, but before we do, can I have a word with you? Privately?
Ivan: Of course.
Harold: I'm gone. Pretend I'm not here.
Ivan: If you have a complaint, I値l handle it with Behrens myself.
Greta: Oh, no, no, no, no. This is personal. Do you know how you were telling me about your ex-boyfriend, and now that you're apart, it's really hard?
Ivan: You must have E.S.P. I just ran into him again the other day. He's back in town.
Greta: Oh! Oh, so does this mean that the two of you are back together?
Ivan: No. Seeing him again, I realized breaking up was the best thing that could have happened.
Greta: Oh, good. I mean, I'm glad to see that you're open to other possibilities -- you know, people and places...
Ivan: Greta, out with it.
Greta: I'm sorry. It's just that I致e never done anything like this before. How would you feel if I wanted to set you up with an incredible, sophisticated guy that I know?
Jack: Honey, I'm home.
Jennifer: Hi. Did you have a good day?
Jack: I just went out for lunch, and you just turned into Suzy homemaker.
Jennifer: Well, somebody has to clean up around here.
Jack: Ah, there's the little woman I know and love.
Jennifer: Take out the trash, please.
Jack: What? What? Somebody's coming over? Did I forget something?
Jennifer: What? What are you talking about? Can't I just clean up around this place without you getting suspicious about something?
Jack: Out with it.
Jennifer: Out with what?
Jack: Whatever's managed to make you act like a cat on a hot tin roof. You're doing the hair pull.
Jennifer: You think you're so smart, don't you?
Jack: What? Come on, the old turn and run -- whatever it is, it must be big.
Jennifer: Don't be ridiculous.
Jack: I know you, Jen.
Jennifer: You know what? You don't know me at all, and I really wish you wouldn't call me "Jen you know how much I hate "Jen."
Jack: Oh, round one. Jennifer goes on the attack, trying to knock Jack back, but she can't do it. Bell rings, Jack comes back. He's swinging, swinging, swinging. Put up your dukes. Come on, what's the big secret?
Jennifer: What secret? I don't even know what you're talking about.
Jack: You can't get away from me that easy. Level with me -- what is wrong?
Jennifer: Nothing. Nothing is wrong. In fact, it may even be very right. It's just --
Jennifer: I need to tell you something, and I don't know how to tell you without causing a huge scene, okay? So I am scared to death.
Greta: You're offended. I can tell.
Ivan: Surprised, not offended.
Greta: I don't blame you. I hate when people try to fix me up.
Ivan: It never works out.
Harold: Never say never. Busted.
Ivan: I appreciate your thinking of me.
Greta: Yeah. If he wasn't such a special guy, I never would have suggested a meeting.
Ivan: Well, so why is he having trouble finding someone on his own?
Greta: He's shy.
Ivan: Does he know that you're matchmaking?
Greta: He would die. He doesn't want anyone to suspect that he's gay.
Ivan: You want some advice?
Greta: Yes, please.
Ivan: Until your friend's comfortable with who he is, he's not good relationship material for anyone. I mean, life's complicated enough without having to hide who you are or pretending to be somebody that you're not. If people can't accept the fact that I知 gay, that's their problem, not mine.
Greta: See, that is exactly what he needs to hear. I mean, if he could spend some time with you and see how self-confident and self-assured you are, it may make all the difference in the world. You know what? Here. I brought a picture of him so you could get a feel for who he is. If you could just see how nice and decent he is, I'm sure you would change your mind.
Jack: There's nothing to be scared of. You could -- after everything that we've been through, you can tell me anything, anything at all. Anything that's not hurtful, that is.
Jack: Oh, I知 kidding. I'm kidding. And you would never hurt me deliberately. It's not in you. Now come on, relax. Let it out. Come on, out with it.
Jennifer: Weren't you going to take out the trash, Jack?
Jack: I'm telling you, I can handle it. Who knows you better than I do? Who understands you better than I?
Jack: Well --
Jennifer: And, uh, and my grandma.
Jennifer: And, uh, Brandon Walker.
Jack: Brandon Walker? That's a low blow, Jennifer.
Jennifer: Well, you know, you asked.
Jack: It's not like you to be so insensitive. You're a sweet, caring person.
Jennifer: You did it. You did it again. You flipped it. You do it every time. You make this about you. I am the nervous, vulnerable one, Jack, not you, and you put on these puppy dog eyes and this sad act, and you know what? I knew that I could not have an adult conversation with you. It is impossible.
Jack: Okay, try me, try me. Just spit it out.
Jennifer: Okay, I知 going to spit it out. Brandon Walker asked me out on a date, and I知 going.
Shawn-D: So, how'd you know I was thinking about you?
Belle: I didn't.
Shawn-D: You know, I'm sorry I ran out on you at .Com, but you know I wouldn't have done that without even saying goodbye if I didn't have a good reason.
Shawn-D: Yeah, she was in trouble.
Belle: And she needed you.
Shawn-D: You're mad.
Belle: I just don't understand you keep dropping me to be with her. It's been like this ever since Puerto Rico, the night Paul died.
Shawn-D: Well, yeah, she's pretty freaked out about shooting him still, and her parents haven't exactly been supportive.
Shawn-D: So, um, what were you doing here?
Belle: I came to see my mom. What are you doing here?
Shawn-D: I was looking for you.
Belle: Oh, yeah, right.
Shawn-D: Yeah, I was, and now that I found you, I was thinking maybe we could go somewhere a little more private so we could be alone.
Belle: Are you sure it's me you want?
Shawn-D: Yeah. You, and only you. All right? Come on.
Shawn-D: Oh, you will see, my dear.
Peg: It's okay. It's okay. Just breathe easy. There you go. Better? Just sit there.
Jan: What just happened to me?
Peg: You were hyperventilating. You remembered someone or something that scared you. Something scared you, didn't it? You see, the problem when you keep everything inside, it ends up hurting you, and you don't deserve to be hurt. You have to believe that. That's why you're here. I'm here to help you. You don't have to tell me anything that you don't want to. It will never leave this room unless you say it's okay. You can tell me.
Jan: I was raped. He hurt me. He raped me.
Shawn-D: All ours.
Belle: What are -- what are we doing?
Shawn-D: You'll see.
Ivan: Before you show me the picture, tell me about this guy. What's so special about him?
Greta: He's very much his own person. He's, um, he's very conservative on the outside, but he's wild and crazy on the inside. I mean, getting a latte with him is an event. He's, um, he's bright and he's funny and he's all heart. And a lot of people think that he's completely off the wall, but it's just that, well, he just marches to a different drummer, that's all. He completely embraces life. You know, whenever I知 with him he makes me feel so good about myself. I can tell him anything.
Ivan: You're in love with him, that's what.
Jack: That's it? That's what you were so scared to tell me?
Jennifer: So you're okay with me dating? Jack: You and Brandon have already been out together. I was there, remember?
Jennifer: But that wasn't a date. I mean, not really.
Jack: Looked that way to me.
Jennifer: No. Brandon brought me to The Blue Note for a drink, to get away from you, and you followed us there.
Jack: I did no such thing. We ended up at the same place at the same time.
Jennifer: Okay, whatever. I'm talking about a date, an actual "ask me out on a date, pick me up at the house, go out with a sexy, attractive man alone" date.
Jack: Okay, that's it. That did it.
Jack: Sexy -- that hurt. That really hurt.
Jennifer: Wait. I am not saying that you aren't.
Jack: Too little, too late.
Jennifer: I'm sorry. The last thing that I want to do is hurt you.
Jack: If that was the case, the d-a-t-e word would never have entered your mind. But it has, and you are. And it hurts.
Marlena: Well, I'm afraid I have not been of much help to you.
Colin: It's frustrating. The hospital has all these services in helping young people in trouble. We want to help, but it's not enough.
Marlena: Wait until you're a parent. Your professional expertise and your experience add up to not much.
Colin: You're advising me against marriage and family, are you, doctor?
Marlena: No, I wouldn't do that, no, not at all. Have you set the date?
Colin: Nothing definite.
Marlena: You have a lot of adjustments to make -- new job, new place.
Colin: And I wouldn't change a bit of it. Life's been good to me.
Marlena: Has Dr. Wesley introduced you to Alice Horton yet?
Colin: No, but I'm looking forward to it, and I've heard a great deal about her.
Marlena: She is remarkable.
Colin: Yes, I知 impressed with everything I've learned about the Horton family. Of course I know about Bill Horton痴 work in North Africa
Marlena: You do?
Colin: I've read some of his articles in medical journals.
Marlena: I worked with bill in Africa a while back. It was heartbreaking, and yet rewarding.
Colin: I can imagine.
Marlena: His daughter Jennifer was there also, but she's back in Salem now.
Colin: She is?
Marlena: Yes. You know her?
Colin: No, no. I just think it's great that she's home, right?
Marlena: Yes. I'm sure you'll meet her. She's living with her ex-husband Jack Deveraux, and they're raising their little girl Abby.
Colin: Her ex-husband?
Marlena: Yes. It's an odd relationship, but they're making it work.
Colin: That's what matters, right?
Marlena: Yes, I think so, too. Let me know if I can help you with that patient.
Colin: I will. Thanks.
Greta: In love with him? Me? No. Ha ha ha. No, there's no way. I mean, yeah, yeah, I love him as a friend, but I'm not in love with him.
Ivan: Hmm. Do you put this much energy into helping all your friends find love and romance?
Greta: Actually, uh, he's the first. It's just that I have this feeling that if the two of you could meet, you would connect because you have so much in common. And who knows? Who knows? It might work.
Ivan: You're sweet, but I'll pass.
Greta: All right, well, this is what you're missing. Come on, take a look. I mean, what could it hurt?
Jack: You can't date. We are living together.
Jennifer: As friends. And what about you and Greta? You're flying off to Las Vegas together.
Jack: That's not a date, that's a business arrangement.
Jennifer: Oh, of course. You know, I knew I couldn't have a rational conversation with you about this, Jack.
Jack: Didn't it mean anything to you when I asked you to remarry me?
Jennifer: You know it did, and I thought that you understood. Besides, you're the one who said to me that you wanted to move on, that you wanted to explore your feelings for
Greta. Remember, Jack?
Jack: I didn't mean that. I'd just proposed marriage to you and you turned me down. I overreacted. I don't want to date Greta, and I sure as hell don't want you to date Brandon. Please. I am asking you, please, just give us a little more time. We are worth it. I know we are.
Jan: I'm afraid I知 going to die. He gave me gonorrhea, maybe even H.I.V.
Jan: Maybe I do deserve to die.
Peg: Come here. Oh, you are going to be all right. I'll help you get all the medical attention you need. You are a very brave young woman. It's over now. You're going to be all right.
Belle: I can't believe we're doing this.
Belle: Talk about close.
Shawn-D: Yeah, we should probably split before he comes back with the key.
Belle: Go see if anyone's out there.
Shawn-D: All right, it's all clear.
Shawn-D: Yeah, yeah, yeah. That was great.
Marlena: What was great, exactly?
Jan: I can't go through this alone.
Peg: We'll get through this together. I promise. But for me to be able to help you, I need to know who raped you.
Marlena: Tell me I'm wrong. You two were not in that closet?
Shawn-D: It's not Belle's fault.
Belle: And it's not what you're thinking.
Marlena: You weren't looking for linens now, were you?
Shawn-D: All right, I can explain.
[Cellular phone rings]
Belle: There is nothing to explain.
Marlena: Would you please answer your phone, Shawn?
Shawn-D: Yeah. Sorry.
Belle: It's fine.
Marlena: I can't believe you would pull a thing like this right here.
Belle: Pull a thing like what?
Shawn-D: Dad. I'm sorry. Yeah, I forgot. Okay, all right, I値l be there. Okay, bye.
Belle: Mom, why are you embarrassing me like this?
Marlena: You are lucky that I知 the one who found you.
Shawn-D: Okay, I'm really sorry, Dr. Evans.
Marlena: I'd like to speak to my daughter privately, please, Shawn.
Belle: Oh, I don't believe you're doing this.
Shawn-D: That was my dad. I should be going.
Belle: It's fine. I'll call you later.
Marlena: My office, now.
Greta: Come on, take a look. What do you have to lose?
Ivan: All right, because it's you. He's good-looking, all right.
Ivan: But definitely not my type.
Harold: Oh, my God, he's gorgeous. Those cocker spaniel eyes just crying out to be loved.
Greta: You see it, too.
Harold: Oh, the sweetest. If you don't take this hunk under your wing, you're out of your ever-loving mind.
Ivan: Call me crazy, but I'm not into rescue missions. If you think he's so hot, why don't you go out with him?
Harold: Be still, my heart.
Greta: Are you serious?
Harold: Name and number, and your worries are over.
Colin: [Thinking] Jennifer's back, here in Salem. If only... No, she's with Jack. I'm about to be married. Jennifer and I, we weren't meant to be.
Jack: I don't want Brandon Walker to take my place in your life.
Jennifer: Well, I don't want that, either, Jack.
Jack: Then you'll cancel the date?
Jennifer: No. And I'm sorry if that hurts you, but this is something that I need to do for me. So I知 going out with Brandon Walker.