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Jennifer: Ha ha ha. And then what happened?
Brandon: You know, I could get used to this.
Jennifer: What, being walked to work every morning?
Brandon: No, breakfast with a beautiful woman. You know, I've -- I've got a few more minutes. You want to grab another coffee?
Jennifer: Yeah. Yeah, why not? I mean, if you're sure.
Brandon: Oh, yeah. Sure I don't want to let you out of my sight just yet.
Jennifer: Oh, oh. Oh. Sorry.
Shawn D.: I really don't want to be at school right now.
Jan: Shawn, Shawn, I really need your help, and it's got to be right now.
Shawn D.: Look, Jan, uh... Belle and I are in the middle of something. Could it wait just a few minutes?
Jan: Yeah, okay, fine. Just -- just wait here, okay? Don't go anywhere. I'll be -- I'll be right back, okay?
Shawn D.: Yeah.
Belle: She looked awful. Is she sick or something?
Shawn D.: Um... I-I -- I wouldn't know.
Belle: Then what's wrong with her? Why does she need your help?
Shawn D.: Belle, okay, I have told you before --
Belle: No, Shawn, you -- you haven't told me everything.
Shawn D.: Belle, please.
Belle: The way she's always looking for you, dying to talk to you, needing your help -- there's something you're keeping from me, and I need to know what it is. What is going on with you and Jan?
Chloe: Are you okay?
Jan: Right, like you care. [Groans]
Jan: I'm not. I am not okay at all.
Barb: Looks like we're the first ones here.
Cameron: Well, that's why I suggested you stop for coffee. We still have some time to kill before meeting with the judge.
Glen: Then we'll kill it here. I mean, you even blink in this town, people start screwing with your lives. Not this time. Today's the day I'm getting my son from Bo and Hope Brady.
Bo: Thanks for dropping by, Mickey.
Mickey: Hey, what a relief to hear that Shawn and J.T. are back home safe and sound now.
Hope: Yeah, yeah, thank God. I just wish I felt relieved. I mean, of course I'm happy that we found them and that they're both all right, but where do we go from here? I mean, what can we do?
Mickey: Well, as I told you, we're going to be meeting with the judge today, as well as a social worker.
Bo: Glen Reiber's going to be there, too, right?
Mickey: Yeah, he's scheduled to be, uh-huh.
Bo: Yeah. Now that the DNA test has proven that he's J.T.'s biological father, he's going to want to see him.
Hope: Oh, you bet he will. He'll want a lot more than that. Oh, God. Uncle Mickey, I need to know -- am I going to lose my baby?
Jennifer: Hi. Uh, I'm sorry.
Colin: Um, no, I am. I wasn't paying attention to where I was going.
Jennifer: No, don't be silly. I mean, I practically mowed you down here.
Colin: Well, I suppose we'll be running into each other from time to time, won't we? Both of us living here in Salem.
Jennifer: Yeah, yeah, I suppose we're bound to run into each other.
Colin: Look, I know it's somewhat awkward between us, but I'd like to fix that.
Jennifer: Yeah, me, too. I mean, I think it would make things a lot easier.
Colin: Perhaps we could get together for coffee sometime.
Jennifer: Sure. Yeah, why not?
Brandon: Here you go, Jennifer. Hey, Colin.
Brandon: Cream, no sugar.
Jennifer: Thank you. Uh, Brandon and I had breakfast this morning.
Colin: Oh. I see. So the two of you are, uh...
Brandon: Yeah, we are.
Colin: Then I take it you and Jack have gone your separate ways.
Jennifer: What's it to you?
Colin: Well, I just... nothing. It's none of my business, is it?
Jennifer: No, it isn't. I'll see you around.
Colin: Right, then. Goodbye.
Jennifer: Wait, Colin. Colin, wait.
Greta: You told me Jennifer knew you were gay.
Jack: Did I? Well, actually, I don't remember what I told you.
Greta: Oh, please, Jack.
Jack: What? What?
Greta: You remember. You obviously told me that so I wouldn't be appalled.
Greta: Yes, that your ex-wife, the mother of your child, the woman that you want to remarry -- for all the wrong reasons, in my opinion -- doesn't know who you are or what you need or why the two of you can't even have a normal relationship. That's the reason this thing is even more complicated, even more absurd than I thought.
Jack: Fine, yes, I'll concede that it is complicated, but it's going to end soon, and happily, I might add, if you'll just be calm and reasonable.
Greta: What is going to end, and what does it have to do with me being calm and reasonable? Jack, come on. What's going on?
Jack: I told you, I just want my wife back. I want to get remarried and keep my family together.
Greta: Oh, right, right. It's always about you, Jack. God forbid you think about Jennifer and what she might need and what would make her happy.
Jack: I know what's best for my wife and daughter. I also know that not only do you not know what's best for them, but you're obviously clueless about what's best for yourself, which is obviously why you're under the mistaken impression that you should just happily move into my house. Jennifer's and my house, that is, though we would certainly be at least reasonably hospitable and try to put you at ease, decent folk that we are, we couldn't, under the circumstances, possibly succeed, and therefore, you would feel awkward and out of place, which is why I must insist, for the best of everyone involved -- yourself and myself -- that you not live here.
Greta: Sorry, Jack. I have no idea what you just said.
Jack: You can't live with us!
Greta: Oh, wow, I'm so proud of you. I know how difficult it is for you to be concise and even intelligible, for that matter.
Jack: Okay. That's it. That is it, princess. Off we go.
Greta: What are -- what?
Jack: Breakfast's over. Time to find our purse and our coat, and time to scram. You must go --
Greta: You know what? No way, no way, no way. You are not going to get rid of me that easily, not until I'm able to sit down with Jennifer and have a nice little chat about your sexual orientation.
Jack: No, you can't. I mean, you can't. Please, please, couldn't you just -- please, just play along.
Greta: Play along? What are you talking about, Jack? What do you want me to play along with?
Belle: You still haven't said anything, Shawn. Why does Jan keep coming to you for help?
Shawn D.: I already told you, okay? She's still having problems. She can't get over what happened last summer, with Paul dying. She still thinks it's her fault.
Belle: And you're the person she confides in.
Shawn D.: There's -- there's no one else. I'm her only friend.
Belle: And why is that, Shawn? I mean, I know you're a good person and a great listener, but why you? And why do I get the feeling you're not telling me everything?
Shawn D.: Okay. You see this? This means that the two of us are always connected, that we can depend on each other, that we can trust each other. You trust me, right?
Belle: Of course I trust you. I love you.
Shawn D.: Belle, I love you, too. Man, I wish I could stay like this through fifth period. Um, how many demerits do you get for a pad?
Belle: Boy, you sure know how to spoil a moment, don't you?
Shawn D.: All right, look, I meant what I said, Belle. Jan is a friend who I promised to help out. You don't want me to break a promise, do you?
Belle: No, I don’t.
Chloe: Jan, what's wrong? What's going on with you? Hello?
Jan: I don't know what I'm going to do. I can't take this anymore.
Chloe: Can't take what? What are you talking about?
Jan: I got to get out of here.
Cameron: Look, let's not get ahead of ourselves here, Glen. Remember, we're here meeting with the judge today to get you supervised visitation, not custody.
Glen: Okay, this is my kid we're talking about. They think I'm going to be satisfied taking him to the park once a week?
Cameron: This isn't a question about what satisfies you, what pleases you. There are other people involved here.
Glen: So what? I am that boy's father.
Cameron: I know that. Everybody knows that. But whether you like it or not, the brays happen to love that boy, and he obviously loves them.
Glen: You know, sometimes it's like you don't even want this to work out for us.
Cameron: Oh, that's ridiculous, Glen. I am just trying to prepare you and to impress upon you that we have got a very tough case here to win, and, in fact, the social worker -- never mind. No need to upset you now.
Glen: What? What? Upset me about what?
Cameron: Well, it's not definite, but chances are she'll decide, at least for the time being, that J.T. should stay with the parents who've raised him from birth.
Glen: Well, how the hell is that fair, huh? J.T. is my flesh and blood -- my kid. I mean, I've been deprived of him for almost two years, and now you're tell-- no. No more. He's finally going to be where he belongs -- with me, with his real father.
Mickey: Right now, J.T.'s welfare is the top priority, which is why we have an extremely strong case to keep him right where he is, right here with you. The judge is not going to allow his life to be just turned upside-down.
Hope: No, no, of course he won't. I mean, anyone with a heart wouldn't do that to a child.
Bo: What about the social worker? What's the deal with that?
Mickey: Well, she's been assigned to evaluate both J.T. and the environment in your home. She's also going to be meeting with Glen Reiber, and we have to assume the worst, as I'm sure you already have, that -- that he's going to sue for custody.
Hope: How could he dare think that he'd be able to take J.T. away from us? We are talking about the same man who kidnapped my son...
Hope: And took him to another state.
Mickey: Yes, yes, but you never pressed charges, which is why bringing it up now really could backfire on us. Glen could claim that you knew he was the father all along, and you were afraid to take him to court for fear the truth would come out, so as of right now, Glen and Barb have committed no crime. Their record is clean.
Bo: Well, so is ours.
Mickey: Well, of course it is, but --
Hope: Oh, no. I don't like the sound of that. But what? What is it that you're not telling us?
Mickey: Well, you should assume that glen and his lawyer are going to do whatever they can to win this case, including ripping you personally any way they can. Your character, your morals...
Hope: Oh, God, Bo.
Mickey: The bottom line is they're going to try to depict the two of you as unfit parents.
Belle: What I don't get is how Jan can be so selfish. I mean, I know you promised that you would help her, but can't she see things have been really rough for you lately? It's like she thinks she's the only person in the world with problems.
Shawn D.: Yeah, well, she still doesn't know about my brother yet, either.
Belle: If she did now, she probably wouldn't care.
Shawn D.: Belle, that's not fair.
Belle: I'm sorry. It just seems like this friendship between you two is so one-sided.
Shawn D.: Maybe it is, but like I said, she has no one else, so I feel I would -- I'd be breaking a promise if I wasn't there for her.
Belle: Shawn, I do trust you. I really do. It's just -- you sharing all these secrets with Jan, it's weird, that's all. It's just --
Shawn D.: I don't know --
Jan: Shawn, I really need to talk to you now.
Belle: It's okay. Go.
Shawn D.: Thanks. I'll, um... I'll call you later, okay?
Shawn D.: Okay, what is going on?
Jan: I have cramps really bad.
Shawn D.: Cramps?
Jan: Oh, God.
Shawn D.: What --
Jan: What's this mean? Why do I feel so bad?
Shawn D.: All right, look, come on. We're getting out of here.
Jan: Why? Where are we going?
Shawn D.: We're going to the hospital right now, okay? Come on. Come on. All right?
Jennifer: I apologize for being rude. This is just a bad time to talk about that.
Colin: I understand. Take care.
Jennifer: Yeah. You, too. Oh, good job, Jennifer. You really handled that well. Why are you looking at me like that? Did I just make a big fool out of myself?
Brandon: Not at all. I was just wondering why he affects you like that.
Jennifer: Affects me? He doesn't. I mean, I-I -- he definitely makes me nervous, but, I mean, it's because I -- I-I is just trying to say, when he was looking at me and asking about my personal life, and that would make anyone uncomfortable, don't you think?
Brandon: What I think is -- I think he's very attracted to you.
Brandon: Well, who wouldn't be?
Jennifer: Brandon, he's just someone that I knew a while ago, and --
Brandon: And what? What's the story between you and Dr. Murphy?
Greta: Answer my question, Jack. Play along with what?
Jack: Well, I-I suppose it all depends on your definition of "play along." It could mean one thing to me, one thing to Jennifer, and something entirely different to you.
Greta: Enough! Enough! Stop tap-dancing around and just answer my question.
Jack: If you thought that was tap-dancing, you ain't seen nothing yet. You never knew I was so light on my feet, did you?
Greta: This is not going to work!
Jack: That's because we need a new dance partner to liven up the act!
Greta: Jack! Just please st--
Jack: Oh, just --
Jack: Have a little fun
Greta: I want the truth, Jack.
Jack: I wonder if Fred had this much trouble with Ginger. I heard she was difficult. Now --
Greta: Are you using me?
Jack: You know, I have seen every single satire movie ever made! "Swing time"... "Top hat"... "The gay divorcee" -- no. Never mind about that.
Greta: Jack! Jack!
Jack: "Flying down to Rio."
Greta: Jack! Jack! Are you using me?
Jack: How could you even think that?
Greta: Oh, "play along." Play along with what?
Jack: How about a little soft shoe?
Greta: Just answer my question, Jack.
Jack: Greta, I told you I was gay because I wanted you to realize that we didn't have a future. I know that you've had bad luck with men, and I didn't want you to get hurt.
Greta: So you told me this to protect me?
Greta: Because you thought that I was falling in love with you.
Jack: Well, yes. I mean, perhaps that wasn't the case, but --
Greta: No, no, no, no. It was.
Jack: Ah, well, then I... I guess I was right.
Greta: Look, I don't want to inflate your ego any more than it already is, but... Yes, if you weren't gay, then... Well, I would have a difficult time not wanting They're to be more between us.
Jack: It was very flattering, princess, and I feel exactly the same way about you. I mean, you're a beautiful, charming, lovely woman. And someday, you're going to meet the man of your dreams -- good, kind, honest -- who's going to live for you. You deserve that.
Greta: Everybody deserves that, but, thank you, and I hope you're right.
Jack: I know I am. And in the meantime... You and I are going to be great friends.
Greta: [Groans] I do. I love being around you, even though I get impatient with you sometimes. But then again, who wouldn't? Yes. Yes, I care about you, and... I want to help you.
Jack: Good. Then, princess, just... Do what I say. Follow along the plan, and everything will work out for the best.
Greta: Okay, Jack, give me details. What is it you want me to do?
Jack: Well, there's nothing to it. All I have to do is let the world know that you and I are engaged to be married.
Jennifer: Uh, I'm sorry, what was the question?
Brandon: You and Dr. Murphy. What's the story?
Jennifer: I knew him when I was in Africa. He is a colleague of my father's.
Brandon: So you had some sort of a relationship and then a falling out.
Jennifer: You got all that from a 2-minute conversation?
Brandon: I make my living observing people, analyzing their feelings.
Jennifer: Right. So what do you think you saw between Colin and me?
Brandon: Some major, uh, emotional tension, for one thing. And for another --
Jennifer: What? Sexual tension, is that what you were going to say?
Brandon: And I'd be right, wouldn't I?
Jan: Shawn, I-I don't think this is a good idea --
Shawn D.: Jan, shh.
Jan: No. But I feel better.
Shawn D.: I'm not taking any chances, okay?
Jan: But I really -- I feel better. Shawn!
Shawn D.: Dr. Murphy.
Colin: Shawn. Hi.
Shawn D.: Hi. Uh, here's my friend Jan. I know you've treated her before.
Colin: Yes, that's right. I know Jan.
Shawn D.: Yeah, well, she's having problems.
Colin: Tell me about it.
Shawn D.: Jan, this is Dr. Murphy. He's family. My dad's cousin -- you can trust him.
Colin: How about we go somewhere where we can talk privately? Then you can talk to me and tell me how you're doing.
Jan: Only if Shawn can come. I don't have any secrets from him.
Belle: Hey, I thought you had class right now.
Chloe: Not till next period.
Belle: Yeah, me too.
Chloe: Everything okay?
Belle: Why wouldn't it be?
Chloe: Well, Mimi was looking for you, and I saw Shawn taking off with Jan before.
Belle: It's no big deal.
Chloe: Are you sure? I mean, it's getting to be kind of a pattern lately, isn't it?
Belle: Well, he's just trying to be a good friend to Jan because she has a lot of problems.
Chloe: Right. Well, as long as it's no problem for you. Uh, listen, I've got to go over my calculus notes in study hall. I'll talk to you later?
Belle: Right. Wait, Chloe? I know you know about what's been going on with my family -- you know, my dad and Shawn's mom.
Chloe: Brady told you?
Belle: Actually, my parents told me.
Chloe: Oh, my God, Belle, I'm so sorry.
Belle: Well, it looks like the situation's gotten even more complicated.
Chloe: What do you mean? How?
Belle: It turns out Shawn's mom has the wrong child. They think the babies were switched at the hospital.
Chloe: Switched? Oh, my God, that actually happens?
Belle: Apparently it did in this situation. Shawn's brother is actually the son of Glen Reiber, the guy you saw taking the baby out of the river.
Chloe: What? He's J.T.'s father?
Belle: It's hard to believe, I know.
Chloe: Oh, my God, I can't imagine what Shawn and his family are going through.
Belle: It's a total nightmare, Chloe. They are so afraid that Glen is going to take J.T. away from them forever.
Hope: Unfit parents? Look, I know that we're not perfect, but we've been raising J.T. for almost two years. He was sick. He almost died.
Bo: And he would have died if it hadn't been for Hope. Now he's doing a lot better than the doctors thought possible.
Hope: You should see the way his eyes light up when Bo walks into the room, or Shawn. I'm telling you, Uncle Mickey, he knows that we're his family. And any judge is going to see that, too.
Mickey: Well, I hope that's true, but, still, there are issues surrounding J.T.'s birth that makes it complicated.
Hope: Meaning what? That Bo's not J.T.'s biological father?
Mickey: Right. Okay, now we know the circumstances, but in the view of family court it means that you had an extramarital affair. If we try to explain it away by saying you were under mind control, that could make matters worse.
Hope: So what recourse do we have? What can we do?
Mickey: Well, I'm afraid that at this point our hands are tied.
Bo: So, what, we just have to follow the court ruling?
Mickey: The first step is going to be visitation for Glen. He's going to win that round, I'm afraid.
Hope: Visitation? Does this mean that he can be alone with J.T.?
Mickey: I'm sure the judge is going to allow that, yes. He'll be granted some time alone with him -- a few hours, maybe even a whole afternoon.
Hope: I can't believe this is happening. What happens if Glen decides to do what he did before and takes off with my baby again? Then what?
Greta: So you want me to make people think that you and I Is en--
Jack: Affianced -- engaged to be married.
Greta: Why? What is that going to accomplish?
Jack: Isn't it obvious? For one thing, it's going to give Jennifer a green meltdown.
Greta: Oh, right, because she can't stand the thought of you with somebody else.
Jack: Especially if she thinks it's leading to marriage. Now, tell me, didn't you tell me that you were going to help me get this job with Oliver Wentworth?
Greta: Yeah. But what does that have to do with making Jennifer jealous?
Jack: No, jealousy is only a part of it, don't you see? Once I get that secure job and I'm able to take care of my family, then bingo -- I become the winner, the catch, the man of her dreams. Jennifer is going to fall into my arms and insist it was me all along. The only man she's ever loved.
Jack: What? What's that look all about?
Greta: This is the reason your marriage fell apart the first time -- because you couldn't be direct. It was all smoke and mirrors, tricks and games, and here you go again!
Jack: No, no, this is different.
Greta: How, Jack? How is it different?
Jack: Well, I mean, it –
Greta: Why can't you just tell Jennifer the truth? The truth, Jack -- that you love her and you want to support her and Abigail. And you've got this lead on an amazing job, and you really want this family thing to work. For once in your life, Jack, be honest.
Jennifer: Why are you making such a big deal out of this?
Brandon: Because... from what you didn't say, it sounds like you were pretty attracted to the guy.
Jennifer: To Colin?
Brandon: See? You're not denying it.
Jennifer: Well, you didn't give me a chance.
Brandon: Okay, here's your chance now.
Jennifer: Oh, Brandon, can we please just drop this?
Brandon: That's not a denial, Jennifer.
Jennifer: Oh, would you stop? You're going to drive me crazy.
Brandon: I like driving you crazy. The way you, uh, tilt your head to the side. And your eyes, it, uh... Puts fire in them. Very becoming. Distracting. Very, uh...
Jennifer: Very what?
Colin: Jan, when I first examined you, it was obvious to me you'd been sexually abused.
Jan: I told you then, I'm telling you now, it wasn't like that.
Colin: I see. So this baby you're carrying -- who's the father?
Jan: No one is, and it's not a baby yet -- it's not anything but a problem. I just want it to be gone. I just want the whole thing to be over with!
Mickey: Glen will want to prove to the judge that he's responsible and trustworthy, which is why he wouldn't try to just take J.T. He'd be jeopardizing his case. I'm sure his lawyer has warned him about that.
Bo: These visits -- how long will they last?
Mickey: Well, I think a few hours at first. However, it could extend to an overnight stay, perhaps even a weekend.
Hope: Wha-- are you telling us that the court would allow Glen to bond with our son in preparation for taking him away from us completely? The answer is yes, isn't it? Just say it. Tell me the truth.
Mickey: The truth is, it's a definite possibility. [Music throughout]
Cameron: Glen and Barb, this is Carol Burn, the social worker assigned to your case.
Glen: Nice to meet you.
Carol: You too. Mr. and Mrs. Reiber –
Carol: Oh. Sorry.
Glen: It's all right.
Carol: I'm lost without my glasses.
Cameron: You and me both, honey.
Carol: Uh, here are some forms I'd like to ask you to fill out in preparation for a full home study. The Brady’s will be answering the same questions. We'll do a full family history, background check...
Glen: Criminal record, psychological problems? Lady, I'm not a nut case, I'm just a father who wants his son, that's all.
Carol: How about your wife? I know you're not the boy's biological mother. How do you feel about raising a child with special needs? Uh, I also know from the court records that you're expecting your own baby. Congratulations. Are you prepared to care for and support two young children?
Glen: Go ahead, Barb, tell her how you want to be a mother to my kid.
Chloe: So you're saying that Shawn could lose his baby brother?
Belle: Unless... Oh, Chloe, I don't -- I don't even know what has to happen for they're to be a happy ending, for this to be all over with. Maybe a miracle, if that's what it takes. Otherwise, it would just be so awful.
Chloe: The Brady’s don't deserve this. Nobody does.
Belle: Hey, are you okay? You look kind of pale.
Chloe: Do I? I-I feel a little bit achy, but maybe I'm just coming down with a cold or something.
Belle: You should go see the school nurse.
Chloe: No, it's not a big deal. Besides, I have a calculus test, and, oh, boy, I wouldn't want to miss that.
Belle: Yeah, you should probably go finish studying.
Chloe: Yeah, I should. Listen, are you sure you're okay?
Belle: With what's going on with my family? Yeah. I can handle it. Shawn's the one I'm worried about. He really needs help and support throughout this whole thing, and he's running off with Jan. It's really great and sweet of him, but...
Chloe: But you don't get it.
Belle: No, I don’t.
Woman: You can go back in now. The doctor's finished his examination.
Shawn D.: Thank you.
Woman: You're welcome.
Colin: Shawn. Jan and I have discussed her medical situation -- the pregnancy. Which seems to be progressing normally, by the way, in spite of what she describes as cramps, some spotting.
Jan: Can I go now?
Colin: No, not yet. First, I need to know what really happened. And, Shawn, if you're her friend, you'd get her to tell me. I realize she's taken you into her confidence, that she trusts you, but the best thing you can do for Jan is to get her to open up, to tell me the whole story.
Jack: Greta, you just don't get it. I have tried to be honest with Jennifer. It was an utter catastrophe.
Greta: The truth will set you free.
Jack: I don't want to be free. I want to be married. I want to be committed to the woman of my dreams, the mother of my child, to whom I have pledged said love from the depths of my soul. To whom I-I've proposed on bended knee, not once, but twice, and you know what it got me? Nada. Bulks. Which is why I have moved on to being hard to get. Jealousy, which, yes, to you may seem like a juvenile game, but to her, it's the only thing she responds to.
Greta: It's a mistake.
Jack: Please, great, I beg of you, please, please. I promise you, it will not go on much longer, but just help me get this job from Oliver Wentworth.
Greta: You know, you've been talking about Oliver Wentworth and Las Vegas for months now, but nothing ever comes of it. I'm starting to think the guy doesn't exist.
Jack: Oh, really?
Jack: Well, I'll tell you -- I will prove to you that he does. He does indeed exist. Here, Wentworth, Wentworth. Uh-huh. Okay. Mr. Wentworth. You see, got to be there, Oliver. Oliver, come on, come on, come on. Oliver, Oliver. Ha. Glad to hear your voice. It's big Jack. Ha. Yeah, terrific, and you? Ha ha ha ha, you old dog. Ha ha ha ha. Well, listen, I am anxious to firm it up about this job. I-I -- well, what's the delay? I-I see. I see. Well, uh... That's really too bad, because I've got a real foxy lady here who's just dying to meet you. I understand. If -- if you don't bring me in soon, you might lose me to the competition. You know what I'm saying. Well, listen, get back to me as soon as you can. Okay, all systems are go on my end. Yes, her end is quite lovely indeed. I-I means she's a really head -- she's a red hot mama. Call me, all right? We'll make a plan.
Greta: This is not going to work, Jack. I am not your red hot mama, and -- and I am not lying to Jennifer any longer.
Jack: Please, great, please. Just help me get this job. I can take care of Jennifer.
Greta: No way, no way. This has gone way too far. Now I am living in Jennifer's house, and we are both lying to her. At least, Jack, at least let me tell her that you're gay.
Brandon: See, that's the problem with daytime dates -- having to say goodbye at work.
Jennifer: She's staring at us.
Jennifer: Unless what?
Brandon: You planned it this way, didn't you?
Jennifer: Planned it?
Brandon: Yeah, you don't want us to be alone.
Jennifer: Why? Why wouldn't I want that?
Brandon: So I wouldn't do this.
Jack: Greta, no. No, please. You cannot tell Jennifer that I'm, uh...
Greta: You still can't say it.
Jack: Because it's nobody's business.
Greta: Who-o-o-oak. Talk about somebody needing therapy.
Jack: Yes, all right. I will commit myself to therapy, lobotomy, whatever you'd like, but if you're really my friend, please, from the bottom of my heart, I beg you, give me a little more time.
Jack: You will?
Greta: Against my better judgment, and in conflict with everything that I believe, which is the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth -- because I have a soft spot for you. Yes, I will. I will help you get your job.
Jack: Yes! That's my princess. Oh, yes! Oh.
Greta: Okay, Jack, but that is as far as it goes, and if you drag this out --
Jack: No, no, no dragging, just glorious and swift triumph. Yes, with the help of Greta von. Amberg, everything is going to work out just fine.
Greta: Yeah, yeah, yeah, and all I've done is compromise everything that I believe in.
Jack: Stop. All you've done is -- is just kept a little secret and helped two people get back together for the sake of their child. And to thank you for your loyalty and generosity of spirit, I'm going to take you someplace very special right now. Follow me.
Jennifer: I can't.
Jennifer: I'm sorry, just -- not yet.
Brandon: Will you let me know when you're ready?
Jennifer: Yeah, you'll know.
Brandon: Yeah. I'm sure I will.
Jan: Please don't, Shawn.
Shawn D.: Jan, Colin is a doctor. He just wants to help you.
Jan: It's my decision, and I'll handle it.
Shawn D.: I wish... Look, I can't tell you anything if she doesn't want me to.
Colin: I understand.
Jan: What's next?
Colin: Well, I'd like to do an ultrasound. I'd like to take a look at the baby and see how he or she's doing.
Jan: It isn't a baby yet, and I'm not changing my mind.
Colin: Let me ask you one thing, then -- look at the ultrasound and then decide.
Belle: I don't know what is going on between Shawn and Jan, but I do know one thing -- I trust him.
Chloe: Like your mom trusted your dad?
Belle: Are you trying to upset me?
Chloe: No, I'm sorry. Look, it's just that I don't think you should put up with it, Belle. If Shawn is your boyfriend, he shouldn't go running off with Jan all the time, no matter what the reason.
Glen: I am not going to let you blow this for me, Barb.
Carol: Excuse me. Is there something you're not telling me?
Glen: No. We've got nothing to hide. Go ahead and ask us all the questions you want. Bottom line is I want my son.
Mickey: Once we're in the same room with the judge and the social worker, we'll have a better idea of Glen's position. However, I get the impression that Glen's attorney thinks it would be best for J.T. to stay with you.
Bo: Why would she be advocating for our side?
Mickey: Well, that's what I don't understand, but as I say, I just had that feeling.
Hope: Wait a minute. If Cameron Reese thinks that J.T. belongs with us, maybe she could convince Glen. Maybe she can make him see that he is our son -- part of our lives, part of our hearts. That's never going to change. Not ever.