Days Transcript Monday 11/26/01



Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 11/26/01

Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Niki

Greta: Ha ha ha. Yep. Mm-hmm. You do. You do. You look -- you look great.. You look perfect.

Harold: Oh, if only this shirt didn't itch so much.

Greta: Yeah, but it's not just the way you're dressed. It's -- I don't know -- the way you're acting, the way you're talking. It's as if -- mm...

Harold: More like what you think of as manly?

Greta: Yes, exactly. But, Harold, I don't want you to think that I don't think that you're amazing just the way you are. I mean, I think that you're funny and -- and you're smart and you're sensitive, and those are the things that Jack's going to respond to ultimately, not all this other superficial stuff like the way you look or the way you talk. It's just that, you know, in the beginning, since this is the first time, it's just --

Harold: Princess, I understand. Oh. Hmm. And if flannel is what Jack needs to relax and be himself, I'll bear the itch.

Greta: Harold, you're the best.

Harold: [Sighs] What I won't do in the name of love.

Greta: [Laughs]

Jennifer: Ha ha. I mean, call me crazy, but I think that I am going to love seeing a movie with subtitles.

Brandon: Well, were a little bit early, but we could go in and sit down if you'd like.

Jennifer: Yeah, whatever would be great.

[Cell phone rings]

Jennifer: Oh. I'm sorry. I forgot to turn off my cell phone. Sorry.

Brandon: No problem.

Jennifer: Hello?

Jack: Took you long enough.

Jennifer: Jack, what is it? Is Abby okay?

Jack: She is. We're not.

Jennifer: I'm hanging up.

Jack: No, not yet! There's something important that you need to know.

Cynthia: Sure you don't want to go in and get a good seat?

Philip: Uh, no. There's plenty of time.

Cynthia: I love the way your body feels. So strong, so hard.

Philip: Well, whatever you're doing is all right.

Cynthia: I'm sure I know a lot of things you'll like. You know, we could try them all now that you and Chloe are through.

Brady: Man, this is like having our own private showing.

Chloe: Yeah, only one other couple here. Not that I mean we're a couple.

Brady: Well, we're a couple of discerning moviegoers, unlike the mob in the theater next door.

Chloe: Yeah, can you actually imagine standing in line to see some shoot-'em-up auto wrecking film?

Brady: Yeah, we'll wait to see it when the novelty Wears off and the lines go down.

Chloe: Well, if you can take it, so can I.

Brady: You know what? I like to hear you laugh.

Chloe: It's fun being with you.

Brady: Ditto.

Shawn-D: Okay, why aren't they starting this movie? This place is jammed..

Belle: I don't mind. It's kind of like we're alone here sitting in the dark.

Shawn-D: Well, I guess we should take advantage of it.

Belle: Yeah, who needs a movie?

Shawn-D: So, uh, what else can we do to pass the time?

Belle: Oh, I have some ideas.

Shawn-D: Yeah? What about this?

Greta: Look at the time. Oh, Jack, where are you?

Harold: Here. Drink.

Greta: What's this?

Harold: Chamomile tea to calm your nerves.

Greta: Oh, I'm not nervous. I'm just, um... I'm eager and excited and perfectly confident, not to mention Iím just completely --

Harold: Panicky and hysterical?

Greta: Oh, Harold, I so am. I don't know, something is wrong with the planet or the stars or whatever, and I would just -- I would hate to see tonight backfire on us.

Harold: Trust me, it wonít. Jack and I are written in the stars.

Jennifer: Listen to me. If this is not about Abby, I am hanging up this phone right now.

Jack: Wait. Just give me a minute.

Jennifer: What? What is it?

Jack: I wanted you to hear it from me first. I'm over here at Greta's -- in the corridor outside of her apartment, actually.

Jennifer: Okay. Can you get to the point, please?

Jack: The point is that as of this moment, I am moving on with my relationship with Greta into phase two.

Jennifer: Okay. Whatever that means.

Jack: Greta has been incredibly patient, but a beautiful, sexy, not to mention titled, woman won't hang around waiting forever, even for me. And given that you're getting serious with Walker, I'm moving on. So, don't wait up for me tonight. I'll be late. Or I may not be home at all.

Jennifer: You know what, Jack? You can go straight to the shadows of love, for all I care, and then maybe you'll stop harassing me!

Jack: I can hear the upset in your voice, Jennifer. Just take a few deep breaths and -- Jennifer? Jennifer? Ha! Gotcha! Gotcha! Who is sorry now? Eat your heart out, Jennifer. Oh, jealousy is the name of the game. Now we move on to phase two -- making Jennifer wild with jealousy. No, no, no. I think I'm going to call it "operation beg to take me back." That's it. No, no, no. Something short and sweet. I'll call it -- I'll call it -- I'll call it -- I'll call it... It doesn't matter what I call it. Jennifer's mine -- all mine.

Jennifer: I'm really sorry. I -- God, I feel like all I do is apologize to you for Jack's childish behavior. -

Brandon: Tell you what. Let's call a moratorium on apologies, but, uh, you and I need to have a serious talk about that ex-husband of yours.

Cynthia: God, I can't believe this is happening.

Philip: Yeah, neither can I.

Cynthia: I didn't even think you noticed me. Philip Kiriakis. Who'd have thought? You are the hottest guy in the whole school.

Philip: You're pretty hot yourself.

Philip: Look, we better get in if we're gonna make that movie, huh?

Brady: You think they've noticed that the movie isn't on?

Chloe: Shouldn't it be starting soon?

Brady: Yeah, like 10 minutes ago.

Chloe: So... You look good tonight.

Brady: Uh, thank you.

Chloe: But don't let it go to your head or anything.

Brady: You know, I didn't think a serious opera-loving girl such as yourself would pay any attention to menswear.

Chloe: Well, I notice everything about you, Brady Black.

Brady: Should I take that as a compliment or a warning?

Chloe: Up to you.

Brady: Well, thanks. You know, you look pretty fantastic in that outfit.

Chloe: Oh, I do? Oh, well, I didn't know if it suited me. I just bought it in a real hurry, and I --

Brady: Oh, would you stop it?

Chloe: What?

Brady: Don't play games with me, Chloe Lane. I'm on to you.

Kevin: Check out the crowd. A real commentary on popular taste.

Mimi: I thought you were okay with this movie.

Kevin: I'm okay being with you.

Mimi: Hey, look, Belle and Shawn.

Kevin: Doesn't seem to me they want to be interrupted.

Mimi: Hey, Belle!

Belle: Hi, Meems.

Shawn-D: So much for being alone.

Belle: Kevin.

Jason: Back row. Way to go, Shawn.

Shawn-D: Good to see you.

Jan: You, too.

Belle: Hi.

Jan: Hey.

Jason: Let's, uh, go in and some seats.

Jan: I'll see you.

Shawn-D: Later.

Mimi: Yeah, a lot later.

Man: Ladies and gentlemen, if I may have your attention. Sorry for the delay, but we're still having technical difficulties.

[Audience groans]

man: We're doing all we can to locate the problem, but if you would like to leave, we will gladly refund your money in the lobby. For those of you who stay, we will correct the problem as soon as possible and begin the film. Thank you for your cooperation.

Shawn-D: We can leave.

Belle: I'm in no hurry.

Kevin: Shawn, grab those seats?

Shawn-D: Yep, they're yours.

Mimi: Please tell me they're not sitting with us.

Kevin: There's some seats right there.

Jason: Oh.

Jan: It is so hot in here.

Jason: Oh, would you please not complain? We want the movie! We want the movie!

Audience: We want the movie! We want the movie! We want the movie! We want the movie!

Belle: So, where were we?

Shawn-D: Right about here, I think.

Audience: We want the movie! We want the movie! We want the movie!

Harold: Say it again. Go on.

Greta: It's a good thing. I am doing a good thing.

Harold: Of course you are. And what else is it?

Greta: It's honorable. It's noble. I am helping someone...

Harold: Go on.

Greta: Be himself.

Harold: And what's more important, more crucial to that person's happiness and well-being?

Greta: Nothing. [Doorbell rings]

Greta: Ooh! Aah! Absolutely nothing! Go, go, go! Get out of the room! Back in the bedroom now! Go! Hide!

Greta: Jack! It's you.

Jack: You were expecting some other charming, handsome 6-footer?

Greta: Oh, well, you know, um...Maybe a delivery from Paris -- late-night delivery. Or someone, um, well, selling something door-to-door. Ha ha. Who knows? Hey, you ready to go?

Jack: Uh...Yeah, but don't you need a coat?

Greta: A coat! Oh, my gosh, yes, a coat. Itís freezing outside. Of course I need -- I'll get it.

Jack: Wait, no, no, no. I'll get it. Itís in the bedroom, right?

Greta: No, no, no, no, no. See, look -- hee! Right here. Got it. Let's go.

Jack: Are you okay? Because you're acting kind of strange.

Greta: Strange? St-- [sighs] I-I don't feel strange. I feel -- I feel normal. I feel perfectly, perfectly normal. I mean, things around here are as normal as normal can be. So -- ha ha!

Jack: I know. You've been around me too long. You're starting to sound like me.

Greta: Ha ha ha. Well, uh, I just -- I had a double espresso a minute ago, so, um, you know, it's going to wear off. Come. Let's go.

Jack: Do you want to give me that thing before we leave?

Greta: What thing?

Jack: The book -- "the history of newspapers." We chatted about it over lunch at the pub last week.

Greta: Right, right, that thing. We'll get it when we get back.

Jack: No, wait a minute. I-I might forget it later, so why don't I get it now, put it in the car? Then I don't have to think about it later.

Greta: Oh. So you're just going to drop me off on the curb? You're not even going to come upstairs and discuss the film? Hey, Jack, if you don't want to spend time with me, then fine. I perfectly understand.

Jack: No, no, no, no, no. I'll get the book later. Just don't get all weird on me.

Greta: Weird?

Jack: Look, there's only room for one nut in this relationship, and that slot's taken.

Greta: Ha ha. Haven't you ever heard of mixed nuts?

Jack: God. You are turning into me.

Greta: [Stammering] You know what? We are going to be late for the film, so -- I hate missing the first part. Let's go, come on. Are you coming? Come on.

Jack: Oh, yes. Yes, yes. Right behind you.

Jack: [Sniffing] Hmm.

Jennifer: Do we really need to talk about Jack? Hasn't he taken up enough of our evening?

Brandon: Well, I'm not used to taking a woman out and having her ex-husband tag along -- not once, but twice.

Jennifer: And that is why I don't blame you if you want to bail.

Brandon: On you? No way. But the only question is how do we get Jack to stop? Or, do you want him to?

Jennifer: Yeah, I do. Absolutely. It's just Jack is not your run-of-the-mill ex. He's really different in an odd sort of way.

Brandon: Maybe we should forget the movie, go someplace and talk.

Jennifer: No, Brandon, you have been dying to see this film.

Brandon: It will be around for a while. Come on, we can get a drink somewhere your ex isn't going to be, and we can work out a strategy for making him disappear.

Jennifer: It just makes me so angry. I can't believe that he is deliberately trying to ruin our evening again.

Brandon: Ah, come on. I know just the place.

Jennifer: No, Brandon, you know what? I want to stick to our original plan. I have been looking forward to seeing this film with you. And if we don't go, we are playing into exactly what Jack wants. I mean, our first date was ruined because he was trailing us, and I am not going to let that happen again.

Brandon: Taking a stand, huh?

Jennifer: It's about time. So how about it? Want to go see a french film?

Brandon: Mais oui, madame.

Cynthia: The whole senior class is here.

Philip: Yeah. Yeah. Hey, it looks like there's some seats down there, though.

Cynthia: Somewhere we can be alone?

Philip: That's the idea.

Jan: Hey, you two.

Jason: Hey, what's up, you guys? What do you want to bet Philip's already scored?

Jan: Don't you ever think about anything but sex?

Jason: Well... What else is there?

Jan: Jason, stop. Come on, I am trying to eat.

Jason: All right... Where is this movie? Come on, you guys. We want the movie!

Audience: We want the movie!

Jan: Jason, stop it!

Jason: What? If they're gonna make us wait, they may as well bring out a keg or something, make a party out of it, right?

Audience: We want the movie! We want the movie!

Philip: We were having more fun in the car.

Cynthia: We can have fun here, too.

Audience: We want the movie! We want the movie! We want the movie!

Chloe: You think Iím playing games with you?

Brady: Oh, come on. Acting like you don't know you're hot. Please.

Chloe: What, so now I get demerits for being modest?

Brady: That's not your style. You look good, you know it, admit it.

Chloe: Well, I did think I looked okay...

Brady: Mm, try again.

Chloe: All right -- better than okay.

Brady: No kidding.

Chloe: Why are you giving me such hard time about this?

Brady: Because I know you. I like you just the way you are. I told you that when we first met on the pier. I looked at you, and I just knew.

Chloe: I remember that night on the pier. I remember looking into your eyes and being able to see your soul. I guess that sounds pretty weird.

Brady: No, no, I felt the same way, Chloe.

Chloe: So how come we fight so much?

Brady: I guess it's -- it's hard to be around someone who can look right into you.

Chloe: You know, I don't know what I would do without you, Brady. I guess I've always been a loner, and I've never allowed myself to need anyone before.

Brady: Are you saying that you need me?

Chloe: Scary, huh?

Brady: No, I didn't say that.

Chloe: I don't want to lose your friendship, Brady.

Brady: You couldn't. I mean, Chloe, I don't even remember what my life was like before I got to know you. It's definitely better now.

Chloe: For real?

Brady: I care about you, too, you know.

Chloe: Thanks.

Brady: Hello? Whereíd you go?

Chloe: Nowhere.

Brady: Hey, come here. What's wrong?

Chloe: I'm crazy about you, Brady. I really am.

Jennifer: Oh, my goodness. The lobby looks pretty empty.

Brandon: Oh, "all points bulletin" must've started. You, uh, want to get something to eat?

Jennifer: Yeah, sure. What's a movie without popcorn?

Brandon: Right.

Man: The electric's out in both projection booths now.

Man #2: We'd better make another announcement soon before those animals start covering the screen in popcorn.

Man: All right, all right.

Brandon: Excuse me. Does that mean the french film won't be seen tonight?

Man: Delayed, that's all. I am sorry. Refreshments are on the house, please.

Brandon: Do you know how long the delay?

Man: I'm going to check with the electricians now. I'll make an announcement.

Brandon: Well, could be a while. Do you want to stay, or do you want to go?

Jennifer: Oh, it's just another one of life's little hurdles, isn't it?

Brandon: Like your ex-husband?

Jennifer: Now, come on. We did not let Jack ruin our evening, so we shouldn't let a technical glitch put a Hal to our plans, right? Besides, refreshments are on the house. Come on.

Jack: Come on, come on. Oh, oh, come on! Don't give up now! We're almost there!

Greta: You should've told me to wear my track shoes!

Jack: Well, all the best action shots are in the beginning!

Greta: Like "APB" is your kind of movie. The only reason you want to go to the movies is because you know Jennifer and Brandon are going to be there.

Jack: Not true.

Greta: Oh, okay, then. I stand corrected. Let's go see the french film instead.

Jack: Oh, now that you mention it --

Greta: Ha ha ha ha! You know what?

Jack: If Jennifer happens to be in that movie theater, it is my responsibility to keep an eye on her. I will not allow the mother of my child to be acting improperly with another man in public.

Greta: It is not the 1950s, Jack. Jennifer can go to the movies with whoever she wants to go to the movies with! And, you know, I don't blame her for going with someone that can supply all of her needs.

Jack: If he so much as touches her, I will have him thrown out of the theater! Are you coming or not?

Greta: Poor, poor Jennifer.

Audience: We want the movie! We want the movie! We want the movie! We want the movie!

Shawn-D: You know how long we've been waiting?

Mimi: Maybe the film never got to Salem.

Belle: That's not funny, Meems.

Kevin: Actually, there are any number of technical malfunctions that can occur in a multiplex like this.

Shawn-D: It's not like there are 20 theaters.

Kevin: Still, the power source could be overloaded, or the connections to the individual projection systems compromised by outside interference from the mall itself.. What's really amazing is that in the age of computers, movie theaters haven't moved into the 21s century.

Mimi: You know what's amazing? Everything you got stored in that mondo brain of yours.

Jason: Oh, lovebirds! Ha ha ha ha.

Cynthia: Haven't you got anything better to do?

Philip: Hey... If we're not having fun here, we can leave.

Cynthia: What do you want to do?

Philip: Anything. Everything. I feel so free with you.

Cynthia: Like in the car?

Philip: Yeah, yeah. Now, if that movie doesn't start soon, we could go back to your house.

Cynthia: Whatever you want.

Philip: Ooh... If we don't stop, we're going to get arrested.

Cynthia: You' e not leaving without me, are you?

Philip: No, no. I'm going to get some popcorn. You want anything?

Cynthia: Whatever you want to bring me. I'll keep your seat warm.

Brady: Hey, so, what's this all about, huh?

Chloe: I was just trying to show you that I care. If you don't like it --

Brady: No, I didn't say that.

Chloe: Good. Because, Brady, I'm really starting to --

man: Sorry, folks, we're still working on the technical problem. I'll keep you posted.

Brandon: Take your pick.

Jennifer: Decisions, decisions. Hey, you guys, how you doing?

Brady: Hey.

Brady: So, Chloe, what were you just about to say?

Chloe: I forgot. Hey, do you want some popcorn? Seeing Jennifer with all that stuff makes me hungry.

Brady: I can take a hint.

Chloe: No, no, no, I'll go. You're always doing nice stuff for me. It's my turn.

Philip: Thanks, but I think you forgot the butter.

Boy: Right, sorry.

Chloe: No, I can do this.

Boy: Here you go. It's on the house.

Philip: Oh, thanks. Let me see if I can get this.

Boy: Can I help you?

Chloe: Yeah, a large popcorn, a mineral water, and an orange drink, please.

Philip: Hey.

Chloe: Hello.

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

Belle: How come Jan keeps looking over at you?

Shawn-D: She is?

Belle: Yeah. Ever since Puerto Rico, she's really started to depend on you.

Shawn-D: She's still not over the shooting, knowing that she's the one who killed Paul.

Belle: Are you sure that's all?

Cynthia: I wonder what's taking him so long?

Jack: Damn! I'll never spot Jennifer in this crowd.

Greta: Lucky her.

Jennifer: So... Tell me something -- how do we always end up talking about me and my ex? How come you never say anything about your family?

Brandon: Not much to say.

Jennifer: Not much you want to say, you mean.

Brandon: Well, we're not exactly the Cleavers.

Jennifer: Really? I'm shocked because, you know, most people I know -- they come from perfect families and they don't fight and they're very successful and always very happy.

Brandon: I realize most families have their problems, but with the Walkers it was all problems, all anger, sadness.

Brandon: See? Aren't you glad you brought this up?

Jennifer: Yeah, I am. You know, just because it isn't uplifting or easy to talk about doesn't mean it's not important. I mean, especially after everything you have been going through. Your dad died. That has to be really hard on you and Nicole.

Brandon: Hard? The person I do feel sorry for is the girl who shot my father.

Jennifer: Oh, my gosh. She was just a teenager, wasn't she?

Brandon: I hope her family is supportive of her. She's going to need them now more than ever.

Jennifer: Did you know her at all?

Brandon: My sister does.

Jennifer: She saved Nicole's life, didn't she?

Brandon: We owe her -- a lot.

Philip: So, what movie are you going to see?

Chloe: "A man and a woman."

Boy: Here you are. No, it's on the house.

Chloe: Oh, thanks.

Chloe: Look, I know you're here with Cynthia. So why don't you just go find her and pretend like you never saw me? Never mind. Here she is.

Cynthia: What's going on?

Philip: Hey, go back inside. I'll be there in minute.

Cynthia: Look, don't waste your time with her.

Philip: Just take this and go inside.

Cynthia: Take it yourself.

Chloe: You do have a way with the ladies.

Philip: You know, I wouldn't even be out with Cynthia if it weren't for you.

Chloe: Like you don't have a mind of your own. -

Philip: You kept pushing me away. How much was supposed to take?

Chloe: It didn't take you very long to find someone else.

Philip: Chloe, I got fed up with begging you to take me back. At least Cynthia wants to be with me.

Chloe: Yeah, and every other guy on the team.

Philip: Oh, that's nice.

Chloe: Look, why don't you just go after her before she runs out on you, too?

Philip: So tell me who you're with.

Chloe: Nobody.

Philip: Going to the movie alone? Even you aren't that much of a freak.

Chloe: And I suppose you'll be calling me ghoul girl next?

Philip: I did not mean that.

Chloe: Sure you did, just like always. And you wonder why I don't want to be with you?

Philip: So let me guess.

Chloe: Stop it, Philip.

Philip: It's Brady, isn't it?

Chloe: Get out of my way.

Philip: Not until you tell me.

Chloe: Why are you doing this to me?

Man: Is there a problem here?

Chloe: Yes -- him. I'm the mama... That's my boys.

Belle: Couldn't you and Jack find seats together?

Greta: Jack likes sitting down front and I like sitting in the back.

Belle: Oh, so you're together but not together -- thatís different..

Greta: Yeah, well, so is Jack. Ha ha.

Jan: I'll be right back.

Jason: Yeah, hey, get me a soda, yeah?

Woman: Keep your hand out of my tub.

Jack: I beg your pardon?

Man: That's my wife's popcorn you're munching on.

Jack: That accusation is complete and utter nonsense. I am not nor have I ever been the type of fellow to eat a strange woman's popcorn.

Jack: I happen to be a private detective on the case.

Woman: Well, here. You take it then.

Jack: Oh, no, never touch the stuff on the job.

Greta: Jack, you are making a scene.

Jack: You ain't seen nothin' yet. I just figure out where they are. Come on.

Greta: Oh.

Jennifer: Well, just our luck, you know? We come to the movies and it doesn't start on time.

Brandon: Uh-huh. Usually, it doesn't take this long to get I going.

Man: Ladies and gentlemen, uh, my apologies for the delay. There's been a problem with the power supply to the building. As a result, we're only able to get one theater up and running tonight, so Iím afraid this film's been cancelled.

Brady: Oh, you've got to be kidding me!

Jennifer: Am I a jinx or what?

Brandon: Yeah, well, at least the dinner was good.

Jennifer: Ha ha.

Chloe: Just tell him to leave me alone.

Man: What is the problem?

Philip: This is personal.

Man: I can hear you all the way across the lobby.

Chloe: He started it. I was just trying to go back to my seat.

Philip: I started it?

Man: I don't want any trouble.

Philip: Mind your business!

Chloe: You are acting like such a jerk.

Philip: Just tell me who you're with.

Chloe: Go back to your cheerleader!

Man: Look, the lady doesn't want to be bothered.

Philip: You're jealous.

Chloe: If you want to make a fool out of yourself, fine. Why should I care?

Man: Okay, that's it. The two of you, take it outside.

Philip: What?

Chloe: Outside?

Man: You heard me. Both of you, out.

Cynthia: Are you okay? You look like hell.

Jan: None of your business.

Cynthia: What's with you? We used to be friends.

Jan: Oh, no, not again.

Brandon: Okay.

Jennifer: Ha ha.

Brandon: Well, the evening is still young. We could take in the action flick next door.

Jennifer: Oh, luckily, I think it's standing room only.

Brady: Where the hell is Chloe?

Chloe: You can't kicks out of here.

Philip: Yeah, yeah, who do you think you are?

Man: The manager, and you're out.

Philip: On what grounds?

Man: Disrupting the peace. Now take your girlfriend and go.

Chloe: I'm not with him.

Philip: Yeah. Do you know who I am? I can have you fired, like that!

Man: Do you want me to have security toss you out?

Cynthia: What's going on?

Philip: Hey, stay -- just stay out of this, Cynthia.

Chloe: If anyone should be thrown out of here, it's these two.

Man: I'm going to count to three, and by the time I do, if you're not gone, I'm going to press charges. 1...

Philip: Happy job hunting, buddy.

Man: 2...

Chloe: You' e just making things worse, Philip.

Man: 3.

Belle: Chloe.

Mimi: My God, what happened?

Cynthia: Beats me, but I'm going to go find out.

Brady: What's going on here?

Jack: You see, I know that Brandon knows that I know Jennifer's taste in movies. He also knows that I can't take the chance that he might have slipped Jennifer into those other two films. Now I know that they are seeing "a man and a woman." Ahem. I hope we're not late for the movie.

Man: Tickets, please.

Jack: T-tickets, tickets, um, yes, right, uh, I've got them someplace, of course. Uh, uh, do you have them, dear?

Greta: No, dear, I don't.

Jack: Oh, uh, well, you know, actually, I just have a friend in there. I just want to try and get in to see her. If you just let me slip in there, I'm sure I could just find out if she's there or not.

Man: Sorry, not without the tickets.

Jack: Tickets, right, well, uh, oh, I'm sorry. Why, here they are. Ha ha.. You know, you should be keeping an eye on that mob over there instead of harassing nice patrons like us.

Man: What are you trying to pull? These stubs are from the other movie. I can't let you in here.

Jack: Well, there must be some mistake.

Man: Yeah, and it's yours -- trying to see two movies for the price of one.

Jack: How dare you accuse me of such a thing?

Man: Hey, you're out of luck, buddy. This film's been cancelled.

Jack: Cancelled? Really?

Greta: Are there people still in there?

Man: No one's come out yet.

Jack: I see. Ahem. I've got a plan. The two of you are about the same size. You engage the usher in small talk, and lure him into a storage closet. Then I bean him over the head with a heavy object and stand guard while you switch clothes with him. Then, disguised as the usher, you'll go in and gain entrance to the theater, let me in, and I go look for Jennifer.

Greta: I've got a better plan -- why don't we just wait out here and see if she comes out?

Jack: Right. We'll go with your plan. I'll take watch over on this side.

Greta: Mm-hmm.

Greta: [Thinking] Jack's certifiable, but he is so sweet. Poor guy. It is never going to happen. Jennifer may care about him, but he's gay. Why would she spend her life in a sexless marriage?

Jack: Come on, Jennifer. I'm here, kiddo. Ahem. Waiting. However long it takes, I'll be here for you.

Greta: Looks like the theater's emptied out.

Jack: Not exactly a popular film. This was obviously Jennifer's idea of a joke -- trying to throw me off the scent by leading me on a wild goose chase.

Greta: Are you ready to give up?

Jack: Yeah, yeah. I'm sorry. This hasn't been much of a date.

Greta: So you want to go back to my place?

Jack: Sure. Whatever.

Greta: Okay.

Jack: Still, it's not like Jennifer to lie. I hope nothing's happened to her.

Brandon: What do you say we rent a video and go back toy place?

Jennifer: Uh, your place?

Brandon: Well, I don't think either of us wants to go back to your house and spend the rest of the evening with Jack. What do you say?

Jack: Maybe I should go home, see if Jennifer's there.

Greta: Not until you take me home.

Jack: Greta, have I done something? Funny, she seems mad.

Brady: Girls, what's wrong? What's the problem?

Mimi: Ask her.

Brady: Have you see Chloe?

Belle: Yeah.

Brady: Well, where is she?

Belle: She just left, Brady. She left with Philip.

Chloe: This is all your fault. It is so like you to humiliate in front of everyone.

Philip: You started it.

Chloe: Just get away from me. You are nothing but trouble, you loser.

Cynthia: You're the loser, not Philip.

Chloe: If it isn't the slut of Salem High.

Philip: Hey, don't take this out on Cynthia.

Chloe: You two deserve each other.

Cynthia: Suits me. Come on, baby. Let's go back to my place.

Philip: Sounds good to me.

Chloe: Why, Philip? Why?

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