Provided by Suzanne
(Missing very beginning, a short scene with Jack and Abby)
Greta: I'm really proud of you, keeping up good exercise habits.
Jennifer: Oh, Greta, I really just wanted to get out of the house.
Greta: Yeah. Me too. I'm sure it'd do us a lot of good to work out.
Jennifer: You know what, Greta? I pushed all the right buttons tonight with Jack. I don't know what happened.
Greta: In the shower?
Jennifer: Yeah. I mean, for him to respond the way that he did -- well, the way that he didn't -- I mean, not that I wish he had. It's better that he didn't. But now, I am completely confused.
Greta: About Jack's sexuality.
Jennifer: No, I mean -- well, I don't know. A little. But then sometimes...
Greta: Look, Jennifer, I know it hurts to think that the guy that you were married to for all of those years is not who you thought he was, but it's going to hurt more and more the longer it takes you to accept this. Jack is not attracted to you or to me or to any other women. Yeah, yeah, he loves you, but tonight was your proof. He is never going to want you -- not that way.
[Slow jazz music playing]
Philip: So... You really did it.
Victor: Well, not quite.
Chloe: Philip, dance with me.
Victor: You're not often speechless. Please, don't mind my son.
Nicole: I'm not.
Victor: Let me start over again. Nicole... Will you marry me?
Sami: Ahem. Okay, Austin, I know that Nicole's going to be in Vegas, but she's not coming to our wedding, is she?
Austin: Ha ha. It's your day.
Sami: It's our day.
Austin: Okay. I respect that there are some people that I would like there that -- you know what? The most important thing is that your friends and your family are going to get to see you get married.
Sami: That's really sweet, Austin, but the really important thing is that you and Will and I are going to see us get married. Tomorrow. Can you believe it?
Austin: Starting to sink in, yeah.
Sami: Well, here's to the next part of our lives -- the best part.
John: I'm glad we ran into Sami tonight. Who knows? Otherwise, we might not have been invited to the wedding.
Belle: Maybe she wanted to elope and surprise us.
Marlena: That's not true, and you know it. She's very pleased we're coming, and thank you for making that possible.
Belle: It's a good thing it's Spring break.
Marlena: This trip is going to be very good for you.
Belle: I hope so.
Chloe: So you knew your father was going to propose?
Philip: Yeah. Yeah, he warned me. I can't say I'm happy about it, but... But things could be worse. That's what I keep telling myself.
Chloe: Yeah. Worse things could happen.
Philip: Oh, she looks so sad.
Marlena: Shall we dance?
John: I guess we shall.
Philip: Hi again.
Belle: Hi. You know you don't have to baby-sit me, right? Dance. Have fun.
Chloe: Hanging with a friend? What's not fun about that?
Philip: Belle, there's nothing the matter with you. If anybody didn't deserve this -- that Shawn is crazy.
Belle: I don't know.
Philip: Of course he is. I've done crazy things, too. We're guys. What do we know? But out of all the stupid things I've done, did you ever think that I didn't love Chloe?
Philip: No. And did you ever think that you would see us here together?
Belle: I don't know, Philip, but believe me, Shawn and I will never get back together.
Jan: Shawn, what if your parents don't let me stay?
Shawn-D: Jan, I know them. They will. When I said I'd be the father of this baby, I promised I would take care of both of you. Those are the values that my parents taught me, okay? They'll just have to understand that this is the only way.
Hope: Shawn's not home yet?
Bo: He was. He got a phone call from Jan and out he went.
Hope: To do what?
Bo: I've been asking him questions all night. He doesn't want to talk.
Hope: Well, whatever he's hiding, how much worse could it be than getting a girl pregnant?
Bo: With everything that's going on with this family, maybe he doesn't want to give us anything extra to worry about.
Hope: I wish he'd understand that not knowing is worrying us an awful lot.
Bo: Yeah. Well, one thing I did find out -- J.T.'s the reason he's so passionate about protecting Jan's baby. That I do know.
Jack: Abigail, honey, leaving a sleepover is nothing to be ashamed of.
Abby: But they were all having so much fun.
Jack: And you weren't, so you left. Here, drink the cocoa.
Abby: Why can't I want to play dress-up like everyone else? We're coloring. I've never been so bored in my life.
Jack: Well, if it's boring, it's good that you don't like it. Face up to it -- you're an original, Abigail. Be proud.
Abby: I thought I was going to have fun at this sleepover. I'm a sleepover failure.
Jack: Hey, don't you think you're being a little hard on yourself? You had a great time at the last Brownie camp-out. I'm very confident you'll have just as good a time at the next one.
Abby: I better. I can't call someone to pick me up in the middle of the wilderness.
Jack: Well, Camp Wilchester isn't exactly the Okefenokee. My point is, it's a rare 8-year-old who doesn't get homesick. I'm a grownup, and I get homesick. I was so homesick for you and Mommy that I came all the way back here to Salem.
Abby: Mommy's not even here.
Jack: Yeah, but she will be soon -- very soon.
Abby: This is a whole original way you have of getting her to marry you again. Please tell me it's working.
Jennifer: I think we're the only people under age 70 in here tonight.
Greta: Ha ha. Yeah, must be a senior citizen discount after 8:00 P.M.
Jennifer: Yeah, well, they're doing better than I am. All this exercise is just making me extremely depressed.
Greta: Jack loves you, Jennifer. He has told me that a million times. And I know that you thought that you were the only woman for him, but... Like I said before, this has nothing to do with you. I am positive Jack would want to be with you if he wasn't gay.
Nicole: I wasn't expecting this at all.
Victor: That's the idea.
Nicole: And you're expecting me to say yes.
Victor: No, not immediately. First you have to make sure that I'm well reminded that I hurt your feelings by breaking up our happy home. But in case you haven't figured it out yet, that's why I'm here -- to make amends. But if you want to spite me by turning down my one and only proposal, then just remember it'll be you who destroyed our happy home forever.
Belle: Anyhow, on to more cheery topics. You two look like you're having fun.
Philip: Yeah, yeah, except we got shooed away from my dad's table and I'm starving.
Belle: Do you want some pasta?
Philip: That's my favorite kind.
Belle: I know. You're the one that got me hooked on it. Chloe?
Chloe: Oh, meat sauce?
Belle: I'm sorry. You know, I haven't had these in so long. Shawn doesn't like them, so... Ha ha.
Shawn-D: Mom, Dad, this is, uh... This is Jan.
Jan: Hey. It's nice to meet you. It's okay. I know you don't feel the same.
Bo: No, we're actually anxious to meet you.
Shawn-D: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. No, I know the circumstances are really weird, but Jan's mom kicked her out tonight, and her dad is out of town, so...
Jan: Shawn, maybe this isn't such a good idea.
Shawn-D: No, no, we've already talked about it.
Jan: But I don't -- I don't want to impose.
Shawn-D: You're not, you're not, because my parents will realize that this is the best way to handle things, and they won't mind. Right?
Bo: Mind what?
Shawn-D: That Jan moves in with us.
Nicole: Wrong hand.
Victor: Not at all. You obviously need more time. So my proposal is you wear it on your right hand as a cocktail ring, and then when you get serious, you can move it to your serious finger.
Nicole: Okay. And do I have infinite time to make this decision?
Victor: Well, you're making good progress on the Permalash account, yes?
Victor: So when you and Austin come back from Vegas, victory in hand, I'm hoping we'll have another.
Sami: When I asked Belle to be in the wedding, I didn't realize she was going to be my only attendant. She's never been a maid of honor before. I hope that's okay. I hope she can tear herself away from Shawn for Spring break. I mean, of course he's invited, but I figured with everything going on with the family... What?
John: Uh, Belle and Shawn aren't together anymore.
Sami: You're kidding.
Sami: What did he do to her?
Marlena: Well, she's right. Shawn... Got involved with another girl, and she's pregnant.
Sami: Oh, my God. How could he be so stupid?
Philip: I don't know if it'll help at all to hear this, but you want to know who probably feels worse than you do right now?
Belle: Wonderful. Sorry, but you know what? That doesn't really help.
Philip: I guess I keep putting myself in his shoes because of this stupid thing I did with Cynthia.
Belle: Philip, that's not the same at all. You and Chloe weren't even together, and you didn't sleep with Cynthia. I bet if it wasn't on the videotape, you wouldn't be thinking about it right now.
Chloe: If there wasn't a baby involved, do you think you could forgive Shawn?
Belle: No, but then I wouldn't know he cheated on me, would I?
Philip: Now, I-I told you everything. There's nothing else that you're going to get from that video unless you want to hurt yourself, but you're going to be hurting me 100 times more because I hate so much what I did.
Chloe: Okay, do we have to talk about this in front of Belle?
Belle: Actually, while we're on the subject, I don't want that video in my house for very much longer. It just reminds me of Shawn's betrayal. And, Chloe, I agree with Philip. There's really no point to watching it, so... Which one of you do I give it to?
Philip: Me. I'll get rid of it.
Hope: Shawn, you're putting us in a very awkward position.
Bo: Yeah, look, we want to be supportive and everything here, but we got to handle this the right way.
Shawn-D: I'm telling you, this is the right way.
Hope: Do your parents even know where you are, honey?
Shawn-D: I'm telling you, they don't care. I'll be right back.
Bo: Where are you going?
Shawn-D: I'll put these in the, uh, guest bedroom.
Hope: Shawn, wait. Not yet.
Shawn-D: Wait for what?
Hope: Shawn, hold --
Bo: We haven't talked about this yet.
Shawn-D: Dad, there's nothing to talk about, all right? Look, I know this is really hard for you right now and I'm sorry, but we really -- we don't know what to do, all right? Look, you've been there for me in the past. Can you just be there for me now and help us out, help out the baby? Our baby?
Bo: Put that down. We'll be back in a while. Come on, let's go.
Shawn-D: This isn't exactly polite.
Bo: You're talking to me about polite?
Shawn-D: Mom and Jan --
Bo: You are not going to walk into this house, make a bunch of decisions that affect all of us without a lot of honest discussion, and I mean honest. Come on. Let's go for a drive.
Shawn-D: Wait. We can't just leave them.
Bo: Yes, we can, and we will. You and I are going to have a talk, and you're going tell me the truth. Let's go. Come on, let's go.
Jennifer: Gram, what are you doing here?
Alice: Exercising, darling. Now, please, don't change the subject.
Jennifer: Well, I don't know. It's really noisy in here. I mean, what do you think the subject is, Gram?
Alice: I'm quite sure that I heard Greta say that Jack was gay.
Greta: That's what I said, all right.
Alice: But I gather that Jennifer isn't convinced?
Jennifer: Well, Gram, what do you think?
Alice: Why are we speculating about this?
Greta: I agree. This is none of our business, and certainly none of mine, but I didn't ask Jack. I mean, he was the one that told me he was gay. I mean, meanwhile, Jennifer has a vested interest in this. I mean, she was married to the man for all these years, and -- and now he's proposed to her on several occasions. I mean, I know that you want the two of them back together, and I'm sure Jack is still the same lovable guy. But do you really want a life of sexual frustration for your granddaughter?
Jennifer: Shh, Greta. Gee.
Greta: Yeah, I'm sorry. You know what? I shouldn't have said that.
Jennifer: No, it's okay. Believe me, I feel far more comfortable discussing my sex life with my grandmother than I do with you, but -- not that there's anything to discuss, mind you, because I don't have one, all right? Now, Gram, look, I thought that Jack was lying to Greta for whatever reason, but after tonight, I don't know. I'm really thinking that Jack might be gay.
Nicole: Another victory, huh?
Victor: I'll give you everything your heart desires, and then one day, you'll be a very wealthy widow.
Nicole: What? Don't talk like that.
Victor: Why not? I don't pretend to be a young man. In fact, I have no desire to be young. My age gives me wisdom and maturity -- what you need in a man.
Nicole: You've given me a lot to think about.
Victor: Fine. Think. But don't take too long.
Sami: H, I'm the most qualified person in the world to say that it's really dumb to do the parenting thing when you're a teenager. I wouldn't trade Will for anything in the world, but the guy I slept with -- Lucas -- Lucas... Anyway, Belle will find her Austin Reed someday.
Austin: Excuse me. I'll be right back.
Marlena: Sami, he is marrying you tomorrow.
Sami: I know, but Nicole seems to be following us around everywhere, and Austin told me tonight that she doesn't want him to go to Hawaii, and I can just tell that she is trying to make sure it doesn't happen.
Jan: I feel really bad, Mrs. Brady. Shawn's been so great to me. I don't mean for my problems to make things worse for you.
Hope: Why do you say your problems? Aren't they Shawn's, too?
Shawn-D: Where are we going?
Bo: Doesn't matter. This is about you and I having a talk away from distraction.
Shawn-D: I can't just leave Jan in the house.
Bo: Why, you don't think your mother can handle her? Look, it seems like every day we're faced with a new and awful surprise. And we have made it through it because of two things -- love and respect. With respect comes honesty. If we've learned one thing as a --
Bo: I know you don't want Jan living with us.
Shawn-D: Well, Dad, of course --
Bo: Will you let me finish? Suddenly you're going to be spending 24/7 with this girl you don't even love. Now, you must have thought about the extra pressure we're living with with J.T. Got that case worker scrutinizing our family situation.
Shawn-D: You don't think that this is going to affect the custody battle.
Bo: [Scoffs] yeah. I hope we're not penalized for sheltering a person who needs a roof over their head.
Shawn-D: 'Cause I hadn't even thought of that.
Bo: Well, I did. And I'll take care of it. I'll do anything and everything I can to help you out, but I've got to know the damn truth, Shawn. I got to know exactly what's going on with you and Jan.
Chloe: Yes. Please give him the video. He's right. I don't want to see it.
Belle: Great. You're sure?
Belle: Oh, wait a second. I'm going to Vegas tomorrow for Sami's wedding.
Philip: What? Sami and Austin are getting married tomorrow?
Belle: Yeah, hey, they just told us, okay? I'm sure you'll get the verbal invite soon. But I don't want that tape just lying around my house the entire time we're gone, so why don't I throw it away? It will go down the chute and be incinerated. That way, you never have to worry about anyone seeing it.
Chloe: Okay, so three words we're never going to mention again -- Shawn, Cynthia, video.
Philip: Done. Done.
Philip: Hey, what's up, guys? I hear you two are getting married tomorrow.
Austin: Thanks, bro.
Sami: Thank you very much, Philip. Listen, Belle, I already asked you to be a bridesmaid, but now I'm asking you to be my maid of honor. Will you?
Belle: Well, duh, Sami, of course I'd be your maid of honor.
Sami: Thanks. Thanks a lot.
Austin: And, you know, I don't know how many friends or family I'm going to have there, since Billie can't make it on such short notice, and, well, you know Lucas.
Philip: And Mom, too.
Austin: Yeah, and I'm really sorry things haven't been that great between us, you know.
Philip: Yeah, me too. Me too. Look, Austin, if you're trying to invite me to your wedding, I'd be incredibly insulted if you didn't.
Austin: Well, I'd be incredibly insulted if you don't want to be my best man.
Philip: All right! We're going to Vegas!
Austin: Hey, hey, hey.
Philip: What a great way to spend Spring break.
Austin: Wait, wait, wait. No, no gambling till you're 21.
Philip: I'm never gambling again. Why would I?
Hope: It's Shawn's problem, too, isn't it?
Jan: Well, isn't the baby always the girl's problem?
Hope: No. No, it shouldn't be. It isn't. Shawn's life is going to change forever, too.
Jan: I know.
Bo: Okay, talk.
Shawn-D: I will.
Shawn-D: First you.
Bo: Damn it, Shawn --
Shawn: Hey, Dad, I can tell something's wrong by the way you're acting, just by the way you're holding that steering wheel. And I know a lot of this is my fault. I didn't -- I didn't mean to throw Jan at you. I just -- I didn't know
(missing a little part here)
Shawn-D: ...understands, Dad?
Bo: (something missing) all I got to do is think about you. Our I would (something) to keep you in my life. Can I blame Glen for feeling the same way about his son?
Shawn-D: I don't know. I-I don't know how to answer that.
Bo: Well, that's the thing. There aren't really any answers. There are just...Feelings. People are going to grieve. I just hope to god that J.T. Isn't one of them. When we have to say goodbye to him, it's going to be painful. I just pray that J.T. Doesn't feel that pain.
Abby: I've got a secret, Daddy.
Jack: What? Secrets at your age? Is that ethical? I mean, a little girl's life should be an open book. The idea of something concealed, tucked away into the recesses of your mind, never to see the light of day, it's just --
Abby: Are you finished?
Abby: It's about a cookie contest.
Jack: Wait a minute. Didn't we already do that? Didn't we go door to door hocking boxes of cookies for the red-red robin comes bob-bob bobbin' -- whatever the name of that organization is?
Abby: Blue Birds. But that was about who's the best salesperson. This is about cookies. Great-Gran makes out-of-this-world cookies.
Jack: They are on the ethereal side, yes.
Abby: I cut this out of a magazine over at the sleepover. I'm secretly going to enter her recipe in this.
Jack: Oh. Aha. Well, I am betting that you're going to take the gold medal. And even if you don't, you'll still be number one with me.
Abby: Daddy, I love you.
Abby: Are you going to marry Mommy again?
Jack: Abigail, of course I want your family back together. I do. But I also want to marry your mommy. You two are the most important people in the world to me, and that' s never going to change. Never, never, never, never, never, never, never.
Alice: Now, Jennifer, are you saying that you've discussed this with Greta and me...
Greta: And Brandon.
Alice: But not Jack?
Greta: No, she can't. She can't tell him that I told her. He would kill me. And obviously he's not comfortable talking with her about it, or else he would have found a way to tell her in the past 10 years.
Jennifer: Yes, but a good explanation for that would be that it wasn't true.
Alice: Yeah. True.
Jennifer: But then how do I know? I mean, if I do confront Jack --
Greta: No, no, no, no, no. You can't. Please don't.
Jennifer: No, Greta, my grandmother has a great point. That is exactly what I should do. But who's to say that Jack is going to choose this moment in our relationship to all of a sudden stop all these games and tricks and lies? I mean, whatever he says, I can't believe him. So how am I ever supposed to know?
Alice: A real dilemma.
Sami: Ahem. Well, I hate to interrupt, but I was wondering how many people your jet seats.
John: How many seats do you need?
Sami: Well, Will and my dad and Grandma and Grandpa.
John: That's manageable so far.
Marlena: What about Brady?
Sami: Are you kidding, Mom? He wouldn't come, and besides, I don't need a ticking gift in exchange for my invitation.
Sami: Mom, he hates me. Well, it's fine with me. Go ahead, ask him. See what he says.
John: Well, I shudder to ask about Austin's side of the family.
Sami: Yeah, well they better shudder if they dream of showing their face at my wedding. Hey, you don't happen to employ any bouncers, do you? I mean, that would make a great Vegas touch to the wedding, don't you think?
Austin: Hi. Oh, I'm sorry. Am I interrupting?
Shawn-D: I want you to know I'm sure we're not going to lose J.T.
Bo: What do you mean? Hey, why can't you look me in the eye?
Shawn-D: Because you're driving. You're supposed to keep your eyes on the road.
Bo: This is what I get every time we start talking about Jan.
Shawn-D: We're not talking about Jan.
Bo: Well, we have to.
Shawn-D: What more do you want me to say?
Bo: All right, you know what? Let's continue this conversation someplace quiet. Tuscany's right up the road.
Shawn-D: You just want the chance to look me in the eye.
Bo: Yeah. 'Cause if you can't look me in the eye and tell me the truth, we got big problems.
Jennifer: Thanks again, Gran.
Alice: Oh, for what, darling? I hardly said anything.
Jennifer: Oh, you are always the voice of reason.
Greta: As opposed to me, she means.
Jennifer: Oh, Greta, you know, my grandmother has known Jack for as long as I have, and she's just having a hard time believing this. It's not just me.
Greta: Look, Jennifer, I understand why you don't want to believe that your ex-husband is gay. I mean, I didn't want to believe it about Jack, either, but I'm asking you for the millionth time -- why would he lie to me about it?
Alice: Why? Why does Jack do anything?
Jennifer: Because he loves to complicate my life.
Alice: Exactly. So I think there is more going on here than we know.
Hope: Okay. Here you go.
Hope: You're welcome.
Hope: Jan, uh, listen, is there some reason Shawn won't tell us how this happened?
Jan: Mrs. Brady, I think you know how this happened.
Hope: I'll rephrase the question. you see, I don't know you, but I do know my son, and he's very responsible, almost to a fault. I believe he would have used protection. So, what? Didn't it work? Or maybe -- maybe you had told him that you'd taken care of that.
Jan: These are awfully personal questions. I mean, does it really matter now? It happened.
Hope: Yes, yes, it matters if you're trying to trick my son into a lifetime of responsibility to you and to this child. Jan... I'm sorry that you're not able to talk to your parents the way Shawn has always been able to talk to me and his dad, but we're still here for him. And suddenly he doesn't want us to be. And now, I have the feeling that you have something to do with that, and I'm here to tell you that I want it to stop!
Jan: Your son got me pregnant. Why are you blaming me?
Hope: You wouldn't be in this house right now if we didn't feel a sense of responsibility to you and to this baby that you're carrying. But if you're going to live here, there are a couple of family rules that you should know. When I ask a question, I would like for you to answer me. Now, please, the truth, Jan.
Austin: I am definitely interrupting. I'm -- I'm sorry. Ha ha. Congratulations.
Nicole: It's a cocktail ring.
Victor: What do you need, Austin?
Austin: I just wanted to tell Nicole that Sami is going to be joining us in Las Vegas. Actually, um, we're to be getting married tomorrow.
Victor: Well, as long as it doesn't interfere with the Permalash account, it's none of my concern. I suppose congratulations are in order.
Austin: No, that's okay. You don't have to say anything. I understand how you feel.
Victor: We only wish you the best, Austin.
Austin: Thank you. Anyhow, um, Nicole, I'll see you tomorrow.
Philip: May I have that dance now?
Chloe: Of course. Belle, thanks for everything. Call me, okay?
Philip: Bye, Belle.
Shawn-D: Dad, let's -- let's just go.
Bo: No. You have to deal with these people every day. Take it easy. Let's sit down over here. (something) Quit hogging the nuts.
Jack: Abigail, no more stalling. In the bathtub -- now!
Jennifer: Jack. Jack, don't stop, please.
Jack: Maybe I shouldn't have stopped. Of course I should have stopped. it won't always have to be that way. For all our sakes, Jennifer, please let us be a family again soon.
Jennifer: Well, you know, I would like to believe that Jack loves me enough that he wouldn't propose to me if he thought we couldn't have a real marriage.
Alice: Oh, believe me, Jack does love you.
Greta: I have tried to help Jack deal with this, but you know what? He doesn't want my help. I mean, I've tried to show him that the life he's envisioned for himself and you and Abby is just not going to happen. I mean, if he would just admit that he is gay!
Alice: Oh! If you're not planning to marry him, what difference does it make, darling?
Jennifer: Well... Yes, I suppose you're right, Gran.
Alice: Oh, Jennifer, darling, you've got questions, (something) and you deserve to have them answered.
Hope: How did this happen? How did you and Shawn *get involved?
Jan: I wanted to get rid of the baby. Did he tell you that?
Hope: Yes, he did, but still, it doesn't answer my question.
Jan: I don't know how to answer it, Mrs. Brady. Look, Shawn's the one that wanted me to stay pregnant. I didn't ask for any of this.
Hope: You made a choice -- you and Shawn both.
Jan: Aren't you the one who just had a baby with somebody you're not married to? Look, I know it was supposed to be, like, not your fault or something. I'm just saying I think you could be a little bit more understanding. I didn't make the choice.
Hope: What are you saying?
Jan: I'm saying that I -- I didn't ask to get pregnant, and I didn't mean to ruin Shawn's life. It just -- it happened, so just, please, stop accusing me of that.
Hope: Okay. I know -- Jan. I know this is hard, and I am certainly not here to make it any harder. I just need to understand exactly what is going on here. And then we can deal with it. I promise.
Nicole: So, do you want your ring back now?
Nicole: Well, if you still have this ridiculous idea that I'm going to run into Austin's arms, now you know. Tomorrow he's a married man, then off to Hawaii he goes.
Victor: And you wish it weren't so?
Sami: So did Nicole manage to choke down a "congratulations"? I didn't think so.
Austin: I just got the impression that Victor asked Nicole to marry him.
john: Would you excuse me for a second?
Marlena: Mm-hmm. Sure.
Philip: My brother's getting married. My father may be getting married. What's next?
Chloe: Hmm. This attraction to difficult women must run in the family.
Philip: Chloe, you made everything so not difficult by deciding not to watch that video.
Chloe: That doesn't mean everything's going to be perfect now and forever.
Philip: No, but at least we're starting with a clean slate, right?
John: Good evening.
Shawn-D: Okay, uh, before you say anything, I told Belle that I'm really sorry.
Bo: Hey, he's hardly in a position to throw stones.
John: The situation's a bit different. I just want to make sure you're clear on the fact that my daughter is coping and she's going to move on with her life, and she's going to be happy, and this situation will not remain an open wound. Now, I know the one person that she normally would turn to to get her through something like this is you, because you've been a lifelong friend. So if you care about my daughter at all --
Shawn-D: Of course -- of course I do.
John: Then respect her wishes and stay away from her.
Marlena: Stay right here.
Shawn-D: I still love her.
John: Son, obviously you don't know the meaning of the word.
Marlena: John, everything all right?
Bo: Yeah, everything's fine. We're out of here. Come on, Shawn.