Days Transcript Thursday 2/21/02

 


Days Transcript Thursday 2/21/02--Canada; Friday 2/22/02--USA

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John: There you are.

Marlena: Hi. Is she home yet?

John: No, not yet. What the hell did you do, run up the stairs?

Marlena: Just the last couple floors.

John: What?

Marlena: Well, I didn't want you to tell Belle by yourself.

John: And what did you think I was going to do, tell her without you? I mean, something this important?

Marlena: Oh. Yeah. All that time, we thought you were the father of Hope's baby. Can you imagine how relieved Belle's going to be to find out that you're not? Same as we are.

John: It's also a relief to know that Stefano isn't the father.

Marlena: Mm. How sad for Bo and Hope -- not even knowing who the father is.

John: Yes, but at least we have closure in our lives. And soon, Belle and Shawn are going to learn they don't share a half brother.

Marlena: Right. That will come as very welcome news. And it will make their lives much less complicated.

Shawn D.: I can't imagine what my mom must be going through right now, because if I feel this bad and this worried...

Belle: Shawn, sometimes I wonder why life can't be a little easier. I mean, I know it can't be problem-free, but when the people you love -- people who totally don't deserve it -- get hurt so badly, like your parents...

Shawn D.: I mean, if any two people have some happiness coming to them... Like simple waking up in the morning, looking forward to good weather and a walk in the park, or just like a big breakfast.

Belle: And the fact that J.T. -- I don't even want to say it.

Shawn D.: I don't want to, either, but... I have to get used to hearing it, facing the fact that J.T. is not my mom's biological son. Not my brother genetically, but he still is my brother. That hasn't changed. You know what I'm saying? He's my brother in my heart, and that means more than any stupid DNA.

Belle: Now that we know your mom didn't give birth to J.T., if they do have proof that Isaac is your mom's son, what is she going to do? Is she going to try and get him back?

Lexie: Cameron.

Cameron: Get ready to fork over another 50 thou, Mrs. Carver.

Lexie: Does that mean -- you did it, didn't you?

Cameron: Well, aren't you going to ask me in?

Lexie: Uh... You convinced Glen not to go after custody of J.T.?

Cameron: Well, not yet, but I do believe Glen will give up, especially if today's visitation goes as badly as I suspect it will.

[J.T. giggles]

Glen: There. What's this? Huh?

Barb: Gee, the way that kid was screaming when we left the Brady house, and now look at him. Glen's got him all happy and calm.

Carol: Your husband does seem very comfortable with J.T. He obviously has a way with kids.

Glen: This thing's gonna be bigger than you are soon. Huh? All right, here we go. Come on, put that one there. Huh? Ha ha. All right. I think he really likes me.

Barb: I think he does.

Carol: Why does that surprise you? He is the child's biological father. How does that make you feel, Mrs. Reiber?

Bo: 30 seconds since the last time you checked.

Hope: I'm sorry. I won't do it again.

Bo: No, no, that's okay. You can check all you want. You know what? Why don't we have a conversation? That will speed the time along.

Hope: Right. Okay, yeah, you're right. So, uh, what should we talk about?

Bo: How about our next vacation? I was thinking New York City.

Hope: That would be great.

Bo: Yeah. Shawn's been talking about seeing a concert, a ball game. The toy stores there are amazing. J.T. would love that. You got your restaurants and Broadway, and you're not participating.

Hope: Oh, I知...Sorry. I can稚. I can't, Bo. It's just if he'd seemed happy when he left, or even just calm, but, oh, my God, Bo, the look of panic in his eyes. And his little face -- did you see it? His little face was all red. What if he's still screaming? My God. What if he starts having breathing problems? Bo, what --

Bo: Hope, whoa, whoa, wait a minute. If anything went wrong, we would have heard.

Hope: I can't stand this. God, I can't stand it. I can't help thinking that if two hours without J.T. is doing this to me, my God, what will happen if we lose him forever?

Barb: I know Glen wants to be with his son.

Carol: I asked how that makes you feel.

Barb: I admit, I wasn't comfortable about it at first. I mean, it's going to change everything, isn't it?

Carol: Of course it will. Being a first-time mother is stressful enough without taking on the added problems of a child with special needs. Barb, you don't have to feel guilty if you're ambivalent about this.

Glen: Hey, J.T., do you know who that is? Huh? Hmm? It's me -- your daddy -- when I was a little guy just like you.

J.T.: Dada.

Glen: Yeah. That's right, buddy. That's your daddy. I'm your dada.

Barb: I love my husband, Miss Burns.

Carol: I don't doubt that.

Barb: No, let me finish. There's nothing in the world that I wouldn't do for Glen, or that he wouldn't do for me. And even though I didn't give birth to that little boy, that is still my husband's son. And seeing them like this, seeing how much Glennie loves his son, I know I have to stand by him no matter what. And I have a feeling that he won't stop until he gets full custody of that child, so... I... I will fully support him.

Carol: I understand.

Barb: [Thinking] And when Glen gets J.T., the Brady痴 are going to go after little Isaac with a vengeance. What will poor Lexie do then?

Bo: Two hours is almost up. Should be home any minute.

Hope: Right. Any minute. And you know what?

Bo: Hmm?

Hope: I'm going to stop doing this to you.

Bo: What are you doing to me?

Hope: Driving you crazy. Making you take care of me when you're every bit as worried as I am. And I am sorry.

Bo: Do you think I mind taking care of you? I love you. Don't hide how you're feeling from me.

Hope: As if I ever could. When I知 around Shawn, I try to act like everything's going to be all right, Bo, but knowing full well he sees right through it. Maybe we should have let him stay home today.

Bo: No, it's a good thing he's at school. Here, he would have just worried, imagining the worst like his mom.

Hope: Are you saying it's wrong for me to worry?

Bo: No, no. Like I just said, whatever you're feeling, it's totally understandable. I just think it's best for him to be at school trying to have a normal day.

Hope: Normal. Oh, God. How could anything be normal when our son is with Glen and Barb Reiber, two people who hardly know him, Bo? It isn't right. It isn't. We need to talk to Mickey about this. We can't let this happen for another minute -- not another minute, Bo. It just isn't right.

Bo: Hey, Hope, stop. Put that down. Look at me. Look at me. Let's wait till they get home, see how things went, and we'll go from there, okay?

Hope: Okay. Okay.

Bo: This 2-hour visit with the Reibers isn't all that's got you upset. Finding out today that John isn't the father of your child, and that your biological child is Isaac.

Hope: There's only so much pain -- and lying -- a person can deal with all at one time, Bo. And since right now my focus is on J.T. and what's going on with him -- with Isaac, I feel like a part of my heart is missing. I mean, at least with J.T., I know -- or at least I think I know -- how to fight for him. But with Isaac -- he's with people who have raised him for almost two years, loved him with all of their hearts, so I know that he's happy. But he's my little boy. And I know that I will never give up until he is mine, living with me -- his real mother. Oh, my God. Do you hear me? Do you hear what I知 saying? I'm talking about doing to Abe and Lexie what Glen is trying to do to us.

John: No answer?

Marlena: Voice mail.

John: You know, I don't think I've ever seen you so impatient. Why is that? Come on, talk to me.

Marlena: I think I'm hoping that when we tell Belle what we know, it will somehow help her recapture her innocence. Maybe I'm impatient because I know that Belle thinking you were the father of Hope's child was not the only thing that was causing her pain. Or me.

John: I know that. But what you need to remind yourself -- and so does Belle -- is that when Hope and I were together --

Marlena: You weren't responsible. We know. We know. I keep thinking of Belle's initial reaction to the news, and... She said that it made her question everything -- love, marriage.

John: That will all change, you know? At some point she will come to terms with this, and when she does, she will recapture her faith in love and us, as long as you don't lose faith, as long as you never doubt my love for you.

Marlena: Never? Never. You know, if I ever begin to sound like I'm complaining, I'm not. I-I -- I know how lucky I am. I know how blessed I am to have my children. And nobody can ever lay claim to them. I can't even imagine what it's like for Hope. Is it more awful to think that somebody will come and take J.T. from her, or is it more awful to think that in order to have her own son Isaac, she has to tear apart another family?

Shawn D.: Once we found out about the baby switch, I knew there was a possibility that Isaac was my mom's -- my brother. And I just can't imagine that my mom would let her son, the kid that she gave birth to, be raised by someone else, even if it is Lexie, her best friend.

Belle: I can't imagine that, either. I mean, why would anyone do that?

Shawn D.: I don't know, but today all my parents can handle is just getting through this visit with Glen Reiber.

Belle: I'm sure that's all you can handle. I mean, isn't that enough?

Shawn D.: More than enough.

Belle: Shawn?

Shawn D.: What?

Belle: I'm really glad that we didn't know about this whole baby thing before we started dating. Aren't you?

Shawn D.: I hadn't thought about it.

Belle: Well, if you had known about your mom and my dad, you probably would have never asked me out. And instead of falling in love with me, you would have hated me.

Lexie: So, J.T. was screaming?

Cameron: Oh, poor little fellow. And why shouldn't he scream? Glen and Barb are complete strangers to him, not to mention he's smack-dab in the middle of those terrible 2's, experiencing intense separation anxiety.

Lexie: You've been doing your research.

Cameron: Dr. Spock and Penelope Leach.

Lexie: Well.

Cameron: And I'm talking about healthy 2-year-olds. Glen and Barb are going to freak the first time that kid has a health problem. I made sure that Glen read all of his son's medical records, which, as you know, are extensive and extremely daunting. Well, he seemed pretty troubled by them -- although he tried not to show it, of course.

Lexie: And Barb never wanted to raise Marlo's baby.

Cameron: Or take on the burden of a child with special needs. No, no, no. Believe me, Lexie, I have gone out of my way to paint the worst-case scenario, and I believe I致e put the fear of God in them. So, cutting to the chase, it's starting to look like I知 going to get that other 50 grand you promised me.

Rolf: Let us not count our chickens prematurely, Miss Reese, although I must admit it sounds as though you're doing a commendable job.

Cameron: Oh, and such high praise coming from you, Rolf. And I must admit I知 glad we got together.

Abe: Glad you got together. So why is that, Cameron? What are you doing here? What the hell's going on?

Shawn D.: I could never hate you. And you're wrong to think that I wouldn't have asked you out, even if I knew -- knew then what I know now. Okay. I-I have to say something, and it's going to sound corny, but, uh, I really truly believe that it's our destiny to be together. Forever. When we started going out, I know I said to you that after we graduate, you know, you'd be going off to college and maybe I would, too, but that was only because --

Belle: Because you thought you wanted to join the merchant marines like your dad.

Shawn D.: Right. But that was before I fell in love with you. And that -- that has changed everything. And now I know -- I really know -- that I want to spend the rest of my life with you. You believe me, don't you?

Belle: Why wouldn't I?

Shawn D.: I just want you to hang on to that, no matter what.

Belle: No matter what.

Shawn D.: I'm sorry. Look, I... I've got -- I've got to go, okay?

Lexie: Abe, honey, I wasn't expecting you till later.

Abe: Is that a problem?

Lexie: No, no, of course not.

Abe: You know, I heard you were representing Glen and Barb Reiber.

Cameron: Well, yes, but --

Abe: So what are you doing here talking to my wife and Rolf? Who are you really working for, Cameron?

Cameron: I'm working for the good of mankind. You should know that, Abe.

Abe: Ha ha ha ha! You know, I know a lot about you, Cameron. That you work for the good of mankind is not something I知 likely to find on your gravestone.

Rolf: Commander, I don't think you should be insulting this dedicated attorney.

Abe: I don't give a damn what you think. In fact, I知 sick of tolerating you. I want you out of here now. Did you hear me? Out! Now!

Rolf: Very well. But before I go, I think you should know that this brilliant legal mind will be representing you and Mrs. Carver in the coming battle to keep your child.

Abe: What the hell are you talking about?

Bo: Here you go. I made some lunch.

Hope: Oh, if only I were hungry.

Bo: Have a couple of bites.

Hope: I will, once J.T. gets home, I promise you. He's supposed to be back by now.

[Knock on door]

Bo: There he is.

Hope: Oh, there's my big guy! Hi, sweetheart! Hi! How's Mommy's big boy? Okay, I'll take those. Thank you. Hey, Mommy missed you. She missed you so much. How are you, pumpkin? Yeah. Yeah. Here you go. Hey, J.T. it's a rainbow. Look, sweetheart.

Shawn D.: What now?

Jan: What do you think?

Shawn D.: Did something happen? Is it an emergency?

Jan: No, Shawn, I'm scared. I think I made a mistake.

Shawn D.: Jan, no.

Jan: I should have gone through with it. I should have ended it, Shawn.

Shawn D.: No. You did the right thing. Don't you remember? The ultrasound...

Jan: Shh!

Shawn D.: Don't you remember when you saw your baby up on the monitor?

Jan: Of course I do, Shawn. It's not just about me or the baby. What about you? Shawn, you're so in love with Belle. What's this going to do to your relationship when she hears you're the father of my baby? Your life will be ruined.

Shawn D.: No. We save the life, okay? We did the right thing.

Jan: So you're not going to change your mind, right? You're going to say it's your baby, and you're going to be with me when I tell my parents, right? Shawn? Shawn. You're not having second thoughts, are you?

Hope: Do you know how happy your mommy is that you are home? Do you know how happy? Hey, you know what? I bought you something yesterday. Yet, I waited until today to give it to you. Look at this, sweetheart -- a red truck. What do you think? Pretty cool gift, don't you think, huh? Yeah.

Bo: So, there were no problems?

Hope: I hope it didn't take him too long to quiet down after you left. He wasn't crying?

Glen: No. Just a few minutes.

Carol: The visit went extremely well. Uh, everyone was calm. J.T. enjoyed himself.

Bo: Good, great, that's it then.

Carol: Oh, before we go --

Hope: I'm sorry, but whatever it is, it is going to have to wait. My son is exhausted, and I really need to put him down for a nap.

Carol: I'd be happy to do that for you.

Hope: No, that's okay, thank you.

Carol: Mrs. Brady, J.T. will be just fine with me. We spent the afternoon together. Please. I really think that you, your husband, and the Reibers should use this time to talk. It would be a good idea, don't you agree? Important, for all concerned, including the baby.

Hope: Okay. Fine. But I don't want you to put him to sleep. I want to do that myself later, okay? So why don't you just play with him? His toys are in his toy box, and his books are on the shelf. He loves to be read to.

Carol: That's fine.

Hope: Okay.

Carol: You want to come with me, J.T., hmm, show me your toys, huh?

Hope: And there's your truck, big guy.

Hope: Show Miss Burns all your toys and your toy truck, okay, honey?

Carol: Yeah. Yeah, I'm really curious. Come on, sweetheart.

Hope: I really don't know what Miss Burns expects us to talk about. You notice I have nothing to say.

Glen: Well, I do.

Abe: Now get this through your heads, all of you. There's no way Cameron Reese will represent us in anything, much less the future of our child.

Rolf: Alexandra will explain.

Abe: Explain what?

Lexie: Look, if anyone tries to come after Isaac, Cameron is going to help us.

Abe: Oh, no. No, no.

Cameron: It's obvious you don't like me, Abe, but you have to admit, I am good at what I do.

Abe: I don't have to admit a damn thing. I know you too well. There's no way this woman is on our side.

Lexie: Abe, honey, look, I know all about the history that the two of you share, okay? And I swear you will have the last word. I won't do anything you don't want me to do. But, please, just hear me out.

Abe: You know, it's insane. It's insane.

Lexie: Okay, look, just let me tell you why I asked Cameron to come here today, and why I honestly believe she's the best person in the world to help us.

Abe: Don't -- don't tel-- don't waste your breath.

Lexie: Abe, please, just listen to me.

Abe: Don't, don't! Look, this has nothing to do with the way I feel about her. But isn't it patently obvious that there's a conflict of interest here? How can she represent us if she's representing Glen and Barb Reiber?

Cameron: Easily. Glen going after custody of his son is a completely different issue than someone trying to take your son away from you.

Lexie: You see? She's not doing anything unethical.

Abe: Not yet.

Lexie: Abe, come on, that's not fair, okay? There's only one reason that this woman is interested in taking our case.

Abe: Oh, gee, could it possibly be money?

Lexie: No, it's not money! It's because she cares about children...

Abe: Ha ha ha ha.

Lexie: Deeply...Passionately.

Cameron: That's right, Abe. The the happiness and well-being of these two innocent children is my overriding concern. Listen, I can't predict what's going to happen with the Reibers and J.T., but I can tell you this -- without betraying my lawyer-client confidentiality -- I can tell you that I have informed them of all the details of J.T.'s medical condition, and I can only hope with said knowledge that everyone involved will be motivated to do the right thing, what is best for the child.

Abe: And that would be?

Cameron: Staying with the Brady痴. Now, of course, I just can't come out and say that point-blank -- that's not my place -- but I can tell you I think that child needs to stay exactly where he is. But if Glen wants to continue pursuing custody, I will fight tooth and nail to make sure he wins. So... do we have a deal?

Abe: Such a passionate speech and all those noble sentiments expressed so eloquently. And yet, oddly enough, you haven't moved me at all. I still believe you're in it for the big bucks.

Cameron: I can't believe you've become so cynical, Abe.

Abe: Well, I'm a cynic, huh? This is from a woman who checked the corpses in the morgue for loose change.

Lexie: Abe!

Cameron: No, no, no, it's okay, Lexie. I know how your husband feels about me, and while I could be insulted and angry, somehow it just makes me sad, because you could not be more wrong. Because it just so happens that I do care profoundly about children, too many of whom I致e seen used as pawns in custody cases, children who are ignored, uncared for, unloved, just plain pushed around as if they don't really matter. Well, they do. They not only matter, they're the future of the world. And whether you believe it or not, I have enough love in my heart to give everything I have to these kids as their legal advocate, to make sure they stay with the people that they are meant to be with. So, yes, yes, Lexie called, wanted to talk with me about representing your family, about keeping it intact. And I promise you, you hire me and I will do my damnedest to accomplish that. Come on, Abe, you know how tough and tenacious I can be. So if I were you, I would put my personal animosity aside and do what's right for my family.

Abe: Are you done?

Cameron: Yes. Call me, and let me know what you decide to do.

Abe: That's quite a performance. You know, if I didn't know her so well, I might've fallen for it.

Lexie: I want to hire her. I won't consider using anyone else.

Abe: My God.

Lexie: Do you understand?

Abe: No, I don't understand. That's not going to happen. Do you understand that?

Lexie: Damn it, Abe, I am trying to prepare the best defense I can, and if Cameron Reese is the lawyer that we need for that purpose, then I suggest you get over whatever petty resentments that you have toward her, okay?

Abe: Why should I? You know, you think she's the only good lawyer in the country... if she is any good, which I doubt.

Lexie: Well, I don't doubt that. I want her.

Abe: Oh, you want her. Well, that's the end of it then, right? Because you call the shots, that's the way it works around her.

Lexie: Abe, look, this -- this isn't about us, okay? It's about Isaac, our little boy, whom we both love and treasure beyond words, and I will not sit back and let the enemy take us by surprise. I will use every penny of my father's money if I have to. I will not lose my son.

Abe: Don't bring your father into this. This is about Cameron Reese. That's the issue here. This is not about money, it's not about your father, it's not about how devoted we are to our son and how much we love him. If you would just open your eyes, you would see that I would also do anything for Isaac, and my heart also breaks at the thought of losing him. You're not the only one suffering here.

Lexie: I never said that you weren't hurt, Abe. I know -- I know you are. You are such a good man. You're such a loving father. What frightens me is how willing you are to be so passive in all this!

Abe: Passive?

Lexie: To just stand by and let the chips fall where they may, even if that means losing our son!

Bo: It's better if we don't talk right now.

Glen: I'm not going to cause a problem. I just wanted to tell you that J.T.'s a really sweet kid. I mean, we had a great time together today.

Glen: I mean, it's amazing. You would never know he had any sort of health problems.

Hope: But he does, and you never know when it's going to flare up again, but you know what? You are right about something. It is amazing. He's amazing. Because he survived when almost no one else thought that he would. He's here with us today because he wouldn't give up, because we wouldn't give up on him. We're his family -- his family.

Bo: The most important thing to us is fighting to keep our family together.

Glen: I understand that, and Barb's my wife, and J.T. is my son, so we're going to be a family, too. Now, I didn't realize until I spent some time with him -- my son -- what it means to be a family. I mean, you can't just think about you anymore, and all that matters is your child's happiness, his safety. I mean, it just all comes together, you know?

Hope: Yeah. Yes, we do know, and that's what we have been trying to tell you, Glen. That's why J.T. has to stay here -- here with us.

Shawn D. I made you a promise. I'm going to keep it, okay? But look, let's just talk later.

Jan: I can't do this without you, Shawn.

Shawn D. No, we're in this together. But I'll call you later. All right?

Belle: Jan seems upset, as usual.

Shawn D. Yeah, well, you know, she's always got something going on.

Belle: I've heard that a lot lately.

Shawn D. Belle --

Belle: I just don't understand why you can't be more specific. I mean, why don't I get to know about her problem?

Shawn D. I can't tell you -- not yet.

Belle: But you will tell me, won't you, Shawn?

Shawn D. Yes.

Belle: When?

Shawn D. I-I don't know. Soon. I swear. Belle... Look at me. I love you with all my heart and soul.

Shawn D. Just never forget that I love you. Okay?

Lexie: I thought you said you loved our son.

Abe: Here we go again.

Lexie: That you would do anything to keep him.

Abe: Of course I love Isaac.

Lexie: Then do something, Abe. Do something to protect him.

Abe: I'm going upstairs.

Lexie: Oh, great. And while you're holding your son, which is why, I assume, you're going upstairs, you look into his eyes and think about what it would feel like to lose him forever. And then think of what you are doing to him when you reject the best chance we have for keeping him in our lives -- Cameron Reese. Honey, she may be the only person who can help us, and if you turn her away, you'll regret it for the rest of your life.

Rolf: Hmm. Bravo, my dear.

Lexie: Shh.

Rolf: I would be very surprised if Cameron is not officially on the carver payroll by tomorrow morning.

Lexie: Hmm. Between her legal maneuverings and my father's money --

Rolf: Yes, this case will be tied up in court until your son is 21 and this whole question of custody is moot.

Lexie: Yes!

Rolf: You Americans and your crazy celebratory rituals.

Lexie: Rolf, loosen up. We are winning, and we're going to keep on winning.

Rolf: Yes. Your father will be very proud of you, Alexandra.

Rolf: [Thinking] Especially since your victory means defeat and further misery for John Black and the Brady痴.

John: We're just going to have to be there for Bo and Hope. That's all there is to it. Somehow we're going to have to help them get through this thing.

Marlena: I wonder if... with all the anxiety, with the threat of Glen suing for custody -- I wonder if Hope has given any thought to little Isaac. She is his biological mother, and she -- she can't -- John, she won't let anybody else raise him. [Door opens]

Belle: I need to talk to Mom.

Marlena: Honey, we want to talk to you, because we -- we have some news, something that we need to have you know right away.

John: We found out that -- that, um... I'm not the father of Hope's baby.

Belle: What?

John: I did some DNA testing on Isaac -- Isaac Carver, and he most definitely is Hope's biological child, but he's not mine.

Belle: Well, maybe that means that you and Hope didn't --

John: No, I wish I could tell you differently, but I feel sure I was with Hope. We just -- we didn't conceive a child.

Belle: Dad, if you're not the father, who is?

Marlena: We don't know.

Belle: Poor Shawn. This is -- this is never going to end.

Jan: You promised me, Shawn. You said you'd help me, and that's exactly what you're going to do. You can't back out on me, Shawn, not now. I won't let you.

Carol: Excuse me, Mrs. Brady. Uh, I know you wanted to put J.T. to sleep yourself, but he was so tired, as soon as I read a page of his book to him, his little eyes closed, so I hope it's okay.

Hope: That's fine. Thank you.

Carol: I just put him in bed.

Hope: Thank you.

Carol: Uh, and now I think we should go.

Glen: No, not so fast. I have one more thing to say --

Shawn D. Where is J.T.? What's going on?

Hope: Honey, he's upstairs sleeping. He's fine.

Shawn D. What are they still doing here?

Glen: We're leaving, okay? I just got one more thing to say.

Shawn D. Then why don't you say it and get out?

Glen: I just think you should know that I plan on doing this again -- soon. I want to spend as much time as I can with my son.

Carol: We better go.

Barb: Look, I know you don't want to hear this, but J.T. is Glen's son, so you're going to have to accept it.

Hope: I'll never accept it.

Glen: I know you love J.T., but so do I, and I am not going to leave Salem without him.

Shawn D. Like hell. He's not going with you. Do you understand me? J.T. is not going to leave Salem with you. Dad, would you tell him? Will you tell him that he can't do this?

Hope: Oh, my God, Bo. We're going to lose J.T. Oh, my God, we're going to lose him, aren't we?

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