Days Transcript Thursday 11/15/01

 

 

Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 11/15/01

Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Niki

Austin: Wow.

Sami: Whoa.

Austin: Look at this. Looks like old man winter came early this year.

Sami: You know, Will, I remember this one year when it had a huge blizzard on Halloween day, and they ended up having to cancel trick or treat.

Austin: Oh.

Sami: I know. Isn't that terrible? And then, you know, we didn't even have to go to school, which is a good thing, but the whole town practically shut down, and -- and I remember Eric and I stayed outside the entire day. So when we finally came in, mom thought we were frozen solid and she just put us down in front of the fireplace and gave us hot cider.

Austin: Wow. That is awesome. I don't know if I can beat that, but I do have something special planned for today.

Sami: You do? Tell me what it is, Austin.

Austin: Will, you think I should tell her?

Will: No..

Austin: No, can't tell you. Sorry. You're out of luck.

Sami: Come on, just a hint.

Austin: No, no, no.

Sami: Will, how about a hint? Come on, come on -- my hint.

Austin: No, no, all I say is that you're going to love it. Come on.

Sami: Ha ha ha.

Belle: Shawn, I am so glad you called me. The park looks so beautiful.

Shawn-D: You look beautiful, Belle. Oh, my God, I can't believe I just said that. That was corny.

Belle: No, I thought that it was sweet.

Shawn-D: Oh, well, hold on a second. You just did not say sweet.

Belle: Yeah, I did, and I think you are sweet.

Shawn-D: Okay, well, you know what? Don't you dare use that word again.

Belle: Shawn Brady is the sweetest guy in the whole world.

Shawn-D: All right, you said it. Ha ha.

Belle: Oh! Shh.

Shawn-D: Oh, yeah. Okay.

Belle: Payback. You want to start something? That was a good one.

Shawn-D: Oh, yeah? Oh, yeah?

Belle: Ow.

Shawn-D: Oh, oh, are you -- Belle, are you all right? I'm sorry.

Nancy: Sweetheart, why don't you come sit down? Your omelette's getting cold.

Chloe: I'm not really hungry.

Nancy: But it's your favorite -- turkey, bacon, and lots of fresh grated Parmesan.

[Telephone rings]

[Ring]

Nancy: Sweetheart, that's your phone. Do you want to get it?

[Ring]

Nancy: Chloe?

[Ring]

Chloe: I don't want to talk to anyone right now.

[Ring]

[Hangs up cellular phone]

[People Talking]

John: Got an important phone call there, kid?

Brady: No, no, I was, uh, I'm checking my messages. Here. Check that out..

John: Check what out? Che-- whoa.

Brady: Mm-hmm.

John: Hey, my son's got good taste. Ouch -- expensive taste. You know, most people's house payments don't cost that much.

Brady: Yeah, it's good to know you get what you pay for.

John: [Sighs]

Brady: Oh, come on, listen, you're not going to get a big surprise on your credit card bill. I still had some money left over from my settlement.

John: Yeah. Well, all right. So what's the occasion?

Brady: No occasion. I just needed a new shirt.

John: Mm, you sure it doesn't have anything to do with Chloe? Is she your big date tonight? Hmm?

Brady: I am not going on a date with Chloe.

Bo: You know, for someone who complains about the drinks here, you're becoming a regular customer.

Elizabeth: I must admit the ambiance leaves a lot to be desired, but the places does have its strong points.

Bo: Oh, yeah? Such as...

Elizabeth: The handsome American men who hang out here.

Barb: Wow. Swell place.

Glen: No one said it was going to be the Ritz. Help me put the stuff away.

Barb: Oh, honey, there is no way I知 sleeping on this thing. I need a firm mattress like the one at Green Mountain Lodge. Why can't we stay there? It's not that far a drive. Oh, better yet, I can call the Salem Inn. You know, some of their rooms have hot tubs. Wouldn't that be nice on a cold day like today?

Glen: We're staying here. End of discussion.

Barb: Oh, honey, but we've got that 5 grand. Please?

Glen: Have you forgotten that I just lost my job? We're not going to blow all that money that Lexie gave us on some 4-star hotel.

Barb: Yeah, well, there's lots more where this came from. Trust me.

Abe: Oh, boy, I tell you, this was such a nice change, you know -- having breakfast here in front of the fire? Mm. You know, I think I might, um, take off work early so we can take Isaac to the park, see what he thinks of snow. How does that sound to you?

Lexie: Mm.

Barb: I want a million.

Lexie: Oh, oh.

Barb: Cash, unmarked bills.

Abe: Lex? Honey? Are you all right?

Lexie: Yeah, I'm fine.

Abe: No. No, you're not fine. You know, you haven't touched your breakfast. You've hardly said a word all morning. Something's bothering you.

Lexie: Honey, please. I'm fine, really.

Abe: No, ever since Barb Reiber showed up here last week, you haven't been yourself. Talk to me, sweetheart. What's going on with you?

Barb: Abe and Lexie Carver owe us, Glen, big time. Think about it. All the while we were trying to find your son, it was just one lie after another.

Glen: You know, it's still hard to believe that little boy they adopted from Marlo isn't mine.

Barb: Forget about that. It's in the past. We need to think about our future now and our own little boy or girl.

Glen: With any luck, I'll have another job soon. Can't raise a kid on unemployment.

Barb: Now that's why we're moving here -- to Salem.

Glen: What, are you kidding me?

Barb: Oh, come on, honey. The schools are much better than in our old neighborhood, plus it's a lot safer, and we can find some big old house with acres of yard and lots of trees. No more cramped apartments and grouchy landlords. Doesn't that sound nice?

Glen: Sure, it does, but like I said before, I've got to find work.

Barb: Well, that's no sweat. We'll have Lexie's old man hook you up -- you know, corner office, company car, 6-figure income. No more blue-collar jobs for my Glennie.

Glen: Oh, I知 not so sure about that, Barb. I mean, stuck behind a desk all day? That's not my style.

Barb: Oh, honey, you will learn to like it. Just wait.

Glen: Babe, I know you want to live a certain lifestyle, but to tell you the truth I don't need a lot of money to make me happy. To me, family is what's important.

Barb: I know that, Glen. Family's important to me, too. That's why we need to do everything we can to make sure our little son or daughter has the best life possible, and if living comfortably means having money, well, then that's what we've got to shoot for, right?

Glen: Yeah, I suppose.

Barb: Well, there's no time like the present. Hey, I won't be long.

Glen: Hey...

Abe: Lexie, you're my wife. I don't want there to be secrets between us.

Lexie: Here, honey. Have some more toast, huh?

Abe: I don't want toast. I want to know what's gotten you so tense?

Lexie: Why are you cross-examining me, hmm? Do you honestly think I壇 lie to you? Come on, Abe. You know me better than that.

Abe: You know, what did Barb Reiber want when she showed up here last week?

Lexie: Well, how am I supposed to know? That woman is crazy, Abe. She hasn't got a brain in her head, you know? All she does is just rattle on like some kind of a lunatic.

Abe: You know, just -- just forget it. I'm out of here.

Lexie: Wait, um, honey, wait, look, um, look, sweetie, um, I know why you're so upset. I-I mean, you're still angry at me for moving us in here. Look, honey, I understand how difficult this is for you, okay? It's a huge adjustment, but it will get easier. You know, maybe if you just try to relax, hmm? Just try to enjoy it a little bit, hmm? I mean, let's just try to be thankful that we have such a wonderful home to live in.

Abe: You know, I'm only here because, apparently, you don't feel safe anywhere else, but, frankly, I don't understand that.

Lexie: Well, I don't know how many times I have to tell you or how many ways. This new lifestyle is going to protect us, Abe.

Abe: Yeah, what's that supposed to mean?

Shawn-D: Belle, I-I知 sorry. Are you okay?

Belle: Yeah, Shawn, I知 fine.

Shawn-D: Are you sure?

Shawn-D: Okay, 'cause you know I'd never do anything to hurt you.

Belle: I know. I'm fine. I promise.

Shawn-D: You know, got to keep my arm in shape for baseball season, you know?

Belle: Yeah, I think you're in shape okay. This year, you might want to consider pitching.

Shawn-D: You think? Well, if I知 going to do that, I'd probably have to work on my fastball. You know what I'm saying? All right, you ready to catch?

Belle: Shawn Douglas Brady, don't you dare.

Shawn-D: Ha ha. Ha ha. Okay. All right, all right. Bad joke. I'm sorry. Let me make it up to you. Uh, how about, oh, I get you some hot chocolate -- my treat?

Belle: Extra large?

Shawn-D: Biggest they have.

Belle: Whipped cream?

Shawn-D: Extra whipped cream.

Belle: Deal.

Shawn-D: All right.

Belle: Ha ha ha.

Shawn-D: Hey, how you doing? Can I get, uh, two extra grande humongous hot chocolates with extra whipped cream?

Belle: Sounds good.

Man: $5.50.

Shawn-D: $5.50? Are you kidding me? I'm going to be cleaned out before we even get to the movies tonight.

Belle: Well, you know, if you want to, I guess we could share some popcorn, if you think that's okay.

Shawn-D: Really? Okay. Well, we'll see. There you go, buddy. You can keep the change.

Belle: Mmm, good. It's warm. Thank you. You know, I can't believe I left my house without my parka. It is so cold.

Shawn-D: Well, you know, I do know one way to warm you up.

Belle: Hmm.

Nancy: You know, Chloe, you may find this hard to believe, but I do understand what you're going through. When I was your age, I used to want to close myself off from the world, too. I'd -- I壇 go to my room, I'd lock the door, unplug my phone, and just lie on my bed and stare at the cracks in the ceiling.

Chloe: But you are the most outgoing person I know.

Nancy: Thank you, but when I was around 15 or 16, I went through terrible bouts of depression.

Chloe: You did?

Nancy: Yes, I did. Sometimes it was about school, and other times it was about boys. I think it's a natural part of growing up, kind of like a rite of passage.

Chloe: Why is Philip doing this to me, Nancy? Is he trying to hurt me? Is that why he's seeing someone else?

Nancy: Sweetheart, I'm sorry. I tell you what -- Craig has to work tonight, so why don't we have a girls' night out? We can go over to the pub and have dinner, and then we can go on over to the bowling alley. What do you think?

Chloe: Look, I appreciate what you're doing, but...

Nancy: Okay, well, then we'll have a girls' night in. We'll -- we'll order pizza. We'll play some card games.

Chloe: No, thank you. Look, I already have plans.

Nancy: Oh...Is that a fact?

Chloe: And, since you're probably dying to know, I'm going to tell you. I'm going out with Brady.

Brady: Look, dad, I don't want you to get the wrong idea here. Chloe and I are just good friends.

John: Mm-hmm. Whatever you say, son.

Brady: Don't do that. Don't give me that look.

John: What look is that?

Brady: The I-don't-believe- a-word-you're-saying look. I'm going to the movies. It's no big deal.

John: If it's no big deal, what's up with the new shirt?

Brady: Will you just get off my case, please?

John: Hey, if you don't want to talk about it --

Brady: I don't want to.

John: You really like this girl.

Brady: Dad!

John: What? Well? Well?

Brady: Fine, she's -- she's all right, I-I guess.

John: Who do you think you're talking to here anyway?

Brady: You're not going to let this go, are you?

John: Not likely.

Brady: Fine. Fine. I admit it. Chloe and I do connect on a few levels, you know, the whole music thing, but she's so stuck up on Philip, it doesn't matter anyway.

John: Hmm. Well, then maybe it's time you did something about that.

Bo: Thanks, ma.

Caroline: Now, Bo, be nice.

Bo: You should direct that toward her.

Elizabeth: Pardon me?

Bo: Yeah.

Caroline: Huh. You know what? You kids are on your own.

Bo: Ma seems to have a soft spot for you.

Elizabeth: She's a wonderful woman and a delightful shopping companion. I've rather enjoyed getting to know my future in-laws.

Bo: Even though we're a bunch of boisterous Irishmen?

Elizabeth: Oh, please. Spare me your Blarney.

Bo: You know, your fellow Brit Paul McCartney said, "give Ireland back to the Irish."

Elizabeth: So many innocent lives have been lost. It's such a terrible shame.

Bo: You do have a heart beating underneath that fur.

Elizabeth: Ha. It's not a subject I take lightly, Bo. The conflict has been going on for generations. I just wish it would all end.

Bo: Couldn't agree with you more. There's some things here in Salem I wish would come to an end -- namely, Stefano DiMera. I see you know exactly what I知 talking about.

Elizabeth: I'd rather you not repeat this, but I have heard that name before -- DiMera.

Bo: You have?

Elizabeth: If I知 not mistaken, the man owns a factory outside of Dublin. In fact, do you remember those clandestine meetings that I told you about -- the ones that Colin was always attending?

Bo: Yeah? What about them?

Elizabeth: I think it all had to do with the DiMera factory, and I must be honest with you, Bo. That worries me a great deal.

John: Ah. Hey, hey, hey, come on. Come on. What's up? Sit down here. You're not finished yet.

Brady: Yeah, I know. I'm sorry, dad. I got to run.

John: You got to run? It's Earl-- don't tell me you're leaving now to get ready for your big date.

Brady: Whoa, whoa, what did I just say?

John: I know, I know. I know it's not a date. It's not a date. Well, listen, whatever it is you're going to do with your friend, hope you have a good time, kid.

Brady: I will, thanks, and the snow outside may be just the ticket I need. See ya.

John: See ya. Ha ha ha.

Nancy: You're going out with Brady?

Chloe: I know what you're thinking, Nancy, but don't. He's just a friend.. That's it. In fact, Belle and Shawn are going to the movies, too. It's like a group thing, so please don't read into this.

Nancy: You don't have to explain. In fact, I知 glad that, uh, your plans tonight include Brady.

Chloe: You are?

Nancy: Yes. Um, Chloe, if I tell you something, will you try to keep an open mind? When you s-- when you first started hanging out with Brady this summer, I have to admit I really didn't like it.

Chloe: Nancy.

Nancy: Please, sweetheart, let me finish. But the more you were around him the more I realized what a positive impact he has on you. When you were dating Philip, you spent so much time and energy being angry all the time, but with Brady it's just the opposite. He's made a big change in you. Don't you agree? Oh, Chloe, I知 so sorry. The last thing I wanted to do was upset you more.

Chloe: No, Nancy, it's okay. I understand what you're saying, but...

Nancy: But what, sweetheart?

Chloe: It's just really hard for me because... I still love Philip.

Chloe: Look, I have to go.

Nancy: Sweetheart...

Chloe: I'll see you later.

Austin: Okay, will, you have a good time, all right? Have lots of fun, and remember that trick I taught you about how to make it turn?

Sami: Yeah?

Austin: Okay. Here. Okay, go knock yourself out -- I mean, not really, you know. Don't knock --

Sami: Thanks again.

Austin: Take care. Thank you. Be careful.

Sami: Austin, he is having a great time today.

Austin: Yeah.

Sami: What's the matter?

Austin: I just feel really bad that Lucas can't be here. He really misses his dad.

Sami: Well, I just thank god that he has you in his life. Will and I are both lucky to have you. The only other thing I could ever hope for would be some sort of comfort that the three of us will always be together as a family. So my neighbor comes in and says,

Belle: Tonight is going to be so great. Don't you think so, Shawn? I hope the movie that we're going to see is really good because -- ahem, wow, I-I hope that was a preview of coming attractions.

Shawn-D: Well, you said you wanted to get warm.

Belle: I do, but I think we could get a little warmer.

Shawn-D: Yeah? Well, I think I could do something about that.

Shawn-D: Um, I think we're being watched.

Belle: What? Chloe, hi. What are you doing here?

Chloe: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt you guys. I was just going for a walk.

Belle: No, no, no, it's okay. I've been trying to call you all morning.

Chloe: Oh, I just let the machine pick up. What did you want to talk to me about?

Belle: Tonight -- are you excited about your date with Brady?

Lexie: Um, what I meant is that we are set for the rest of our lives. Do you realize how lucky we are? I mean, think about it. Just knowing that, thanks to my father, we are financially secure. That's a huge relief, huh?

Abe: Damn it, Lexie, our security is my job.

Lexie: Oh.

Abe: I will provide for you and Isaac.

Lexie: Okay, we really don't need to have this conversation right now, do we?

Eliana: I'm sorry to interrupt, Mrs. Carver. Um, the caterer would like to know if you've made a decision on the menu for Mrs. Brady's party.

Lexie: Uh, would you tell him I値l call him later?

Eliana: Yes, ma'am.

Lexie: Thank you.

Abe: [Sighs]

Lexie: What? What's that look?

Abe: This party -- I-I think we should have it someplace else.

Lexie: Oh...

Abe: Hey, now why don't we rent a room -- a banquet room at the Salem Inn?

Lexie: You just won't give up, will you? You and your pride! Why are you making this so difficult for me?

Abe: Because I think everybody would be a little more comfortable if this party was somewhere else.

Lexie: No, no, no, you mean, you would be more comfortable. Come on, honey, can't we just take advantage of our good fortune? You know, all you ever do anymore is complain. "Why can't I pour my own wine?" "How come I can't fix my own lunch?" Goodness, I'm sick and tired of it.

[Doorbell rings]

Abe: yeah, I better get that.

Lexie: That's Eliana's job.

Abe: I'm going to get the door.

Lexie: Uhh!

[Door opens]

Barb: Where's Lexie?

Eliana: I'm sorry. The carvers aren't receiving visitors right now. Perhaps you'd like to come back later.

Barb: Oh, yes, they are.

Abe: What the hell is she doing here again?

We will return for the second half of "Days of Our Lives" in just a moment.

Lexie: Would you excuse us? Honey? Listen, I have no idea what she wants, but don't worry. I'll take care of her, okay? You just have a good day at work, all right?

Abe: You know, I'm not leaving until someone tells me what she's doing here.

Barb: Hey, what's with all the whispering? We're all friends here, right, Lexie? I mean, it's not like we have any big secrets between us.

Abe: No secrets, huh? Well, then if that's the case, maybe you'd like to explain why you keep dropping by.

Barb: Oh, I guess your wife hasn't told you yet. Yeah, I've got some big news, Abe...Big news.

Bo: So, tell me about this DiMera Factory. What do you know about it?

Elizabeth: Well, it's -- how dare you? The only reason you're being kind to me is to get information about that man -- Stefano DiMera.

Bo: Di-- whoa. Wait, wait. Hold on. Hear me out.

Elizabeth: To think I was actually beginning to trust you.

Bo: Don't ask.

Bo: Hey, John.

Bo: Things have been a bit tense between us lately. I think it's time we clear things up, have a little talk.

Chloe: I wish everyone would quit calling it a date. We're just hanging out together as friends.

Shawn-D: Maybe Brady thinks of you as more than just a friend.

Chloe: Look, I've got to go. I'll see you guys later.

Sami: Ha.

Austin: Ooh. Here you go.

Sami: Thank you, Austin. Wow, will's really getting good at this, isn't he?

Austin: Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. You know what? Next year, I'm going to have him skiing and then I知 going to have him snowboarding, and then by the time he's 10, he's going to be the youngest athlete in the "X" games.

Sami: Ha ha. Sounds like you have his future all mapped out.

Austin: Oh, his isn't the only one.

Sami: What is that supposed to mean?

Austin: Well...

Sami: What are you doing?

Austin: Something's missing, you know? This finger...Right here.

Caroline: What's the matter, dear?

Elizabeth: It's your son. He's impossible.

John: What's going on, Bo?

Bo: See that woman?

[Slams door]

Bo: That's my cousin Colin's fianc Elizabeth.

John: That's right. I remember seeing her during the kids' welcome home party.

Bo: Yeah. Well, I've been trying to get her to talk to me about Ireland and Colin's involvement with the underground there. She knows about DiMera's Factory just outside of Dublin.

John: Mm-hmm, and I thought Shawn wanted you to stay out of that.

Bo: Yeah, well, pop doesn't have any say in this anymore. I could put DiMera behind bars if I can prove that he's the one responsible for the crimes Hope committed when she thought she was Gina. Then we can finally have some peace around here and maybe -- just maybe -- Hope will stop asking questions about Gina's involvement with DiMera, and with you.

Abe: What news? What the hell are you talking about?

Barb: What's with you people? Am I not a guest in your house? Can't someone at least offer me a drink? You, I will take a nice bloody Mary. Oh, you know what you better make that a virgin Mary. It's still a little on the early side and I've got to watch out for the bambino here.

Lexie: The what?

Barb: That's right. I'm going to be a mom. Ahh.

Abe: All right. All right, that's it. I'm not going to ask you again. What the hell is going on?

Lexie: Uh...

Barb: Oh, maybe I can explain.

Abe: Well, then somebody had better.

Barb: Yeah, see, in a few months, Glen and I are going to be parents and since we don't know the first thing about raising a kid, I thought, "why not learn from the best?" Now, you and your wife are such honest, caring people, and I thought Lexie here could just fill me in on the joys of motherhood. Oh, and since we'll be spending so much time together in the next few months, Glen and I have decided to pack our bags and move to Salem.

Lexie: What?

Barb: Yeah, well, Glen doesn't really like me to announce it, but he lost his job. So, other than the cubbies and the deep dish, there's really nothing keeping us in Chicago.. We're looking forward to small-town life right here in cozy little Salem.

[Cellular phone rings]

[Ring]

Abe: Yeah. Carver. Well, there's got to be some mistake. I left it on my desk. All right, all right, I won't be long. Yeah.

[Hangs up cellular phone]

Lexie: Was that the station?

Abe: Yeah, there's a -- there's an important file missing. I got to get down there.

Barb: Oh, great. That'll give Lexie and me some time to talk alone. Isn't that right?

Lexie: Honey, um, you go ahead. I'll take care of this. I said go!

Sami: Austin, do you really mean you're --

Austin: I-I知 not officially proposing yet, okay? So don't send announcements to "The Chronicle."

Sami: Ha ha. Come on. Come on. We have to go. Will, come on. Will, say goodbye to Tyler and -- and let's go.

Austin: Okay, where are we going?

Sami: We're going to the jewelry store in Salem Place. Come on, Will.

Belle: You know, I thought going out with Brady might help Chloe. I guess I was wrong.

Shawn-D: Well, I think Chloe still has it bad for Philip. Look, I know you're friends with Chloe, but sometimes she can be so...

Belle: Moody.

Shawn-D: So you see it, too?

Belle: Yeah, don't get me wrong. I love Chloe and she can be a total blast, but it's like some days we're all Romy and Michele and then others she hardly says a word to me.

Shawn-D: I guess the best way of dealing with her when she gets in one of her moods is just to keep your distance.

Belle: Yeah, I don't feel comfortable around her sometimes. It's like Chloe's on another planet or something.

Brady: Whoa, hey, I'd be careful what you say about my date.

Shawn-D: Brady, you just missed Chloe, uh, but if I were you, I'd steer clear.

Brady: Why? What's up?

Belle: Nothing. It's just another one of her angst-ridden teenage moments.

Brady: I see. Well, which way did she go?

Shawn-D: Uh, that way.

Brady: Thank you.

Chloe: It was never meant to be. I'm just going to have to accept that. Philip's the popular one and I'm the outcast. I don't fit in, and I never will.

Bo: John, all I want to do is protect my wife.

John: Mm. Listen, Bo, when I was under Stefano's control, I did a lot of things that... Well, let's just say I知 not real proud of, things I don't want to get into right now. But that's the point that I致e been trying to drive home with Hope, and she just doesn't get it..

Bo: Just tell me what these things are.

John: Damn it, didn't you hear what I just said? I don't want to get into it.

[Sirens wailing]

John: Time to die, you bastard.

Bo: John, you with me here? Do you understand what I知 trying to do?

John: Yeah. I'm not sure it's worth it.

Bo: Hey, I don't need a list of reasons why I shouldn稚. Just answer me one question.

John: What's that?

Bo: Will you help me?

Bo: So what do you say, John? I need your help. Can I count on you?

John: I will do whatever it takes to keep our family safe.

Bo: Great. I'll keep you posted.

John: Whatever it takes.

Abe: We need to talk.

Lexie: Abe, please --

Abe: Now!

Lexie: Honey, I know what you're going to say, and I'm sorry, okay?

Abe: You will never speak to me that way again. Do you understand? I am not one of your servants, and you're not going to order me around.

Lexie: No, no, I'm not. You're right. It was inexcusable, okay? It's just that, that woman gives me the creeps, Abe. You know, she just -- she just puts me on edge. Forgive me..

Abe: You know, this is all just -- it's crazy. I'm not even sure I want to leave you alone with her.

Lexie: Honey, I値l be fine. Really, honestly. Look, I'll just give her some of my old parenting magazines and send her on her way, okay? But you... Have a good day at work.. All right? And call me as soon as you reach the station. Maybe Isaac and I will come by and say hi, huh? I love you.

Abe: Yeah, you, too.

Lexie: Okay.

Lexie: What the hell do you think you're doing?

Barb: Mmm. Spicy. And I like the glassware.

Lexie: Get your feet off the coffee table.

Barb: Pregnant women are supposed to keep their legs elevated. Would have thought you knew that, Dr. Carver.

Lexie: I want you out of this house this instant.

Barb: So, your husband doesn't know about the baby switch, huh? You know, I almost feel sorry for the guy.

Lexie: I told you, get out!

Barb: You are playing a dangerous game, Lexie, a game that you can't win..

Lexie: Out! Now!

Barb: Not until I get what I came here for. I want my million bucks.

Austin: I love you. And you know that, right? That I love you?

Sami: I do know that, and my son knows that -- our son.

Austin: Whoa!

Sami: Whoa! Oh, my goodness.

Austin: What do you say, son? Hmm? Want to go to Salem Place?

Will: Ice cream.

Austin: Ice cream -- what a great idea!

Sami: Ice cream? On a day like this?

Austin: Yeah!

Will: Please...

Austin: Please...

Sami: Oh, the puppy dog eyes.

Austin: Yeah, it works every time.

Sami: Austin! All right. All right, ice cream. Ice cream for everybody. Come on, let's go.

Austin: Yeah! Let's go.

Sami: Belle? Shawn? Hi.

Austin: Hey, you guys.

Will: Hi, Belle and Shawn.

Shawn-D: What's up, buddy?

Sami: Well, we'd love to stay and talk, but we have to get out of here.

Belle: Why? What's up?

Sami: Well, I can't tell you right now, but you'll know soon enough. Come on, come on, hustle.

Austin: See you.

Shawn-D: Yeah.

Belle: Well, that was weird.

Shawn-D: Definitely.

Belle: Oh, my God, I need to go.

Shawn-D: What? We just got here. What are you talking about?

Belle: Yeah, but I have to get ready. Come on.

Shawn-D: Hold on a second. It's -- for tonight? It's not even noon.

Belle: You guys do not understand my makeup has to be perfect. My hair has to be perfect. My purse cannot clash with my shoes.

Shawn-D: Hey, you know, by all means, do what you got to do, but especially the whole shoes-matching-the-purse thing, yeah.

Belle: You know, maybe I'll see if Chloe wants to get ready with me. That might make her feel better. Come on, let's go see.

Shawn-D: Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Belle: What are you doing? I thought we were going to go see Chloe.

Shawn-D: Your, uh, your hands are kind of cold. And, uh, your nose is kind of red. And your cheeks. And your lips.

Philip: Being with you, I'm finding out who I am... Finding out what it means to care about someone. 'Cause -- 'cause I知 in love with you.

Chloe: Philip...

Philip: I can't believe I just said that. I mean, it sounded so lame. I mean, we haven't even known each other for that long. How can we be falling in love?

Brady: Chloe?

Chloe: I'm sorry, Brady, but I can't do this. I can't go out with you tonight.

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