Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 6/5/02
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Colin: This is office attire?
Nicole: Is that a compliment?
Colin: You know you look fabulous.
Nicole: I can say the same of you.
Colin: When you called, it sounded urgent.
Nicole: It is. Come in.
Brady: Where the hell did this come from? "Your angels are near." Okay.
Belle: Well, I'm really glad we didn't have to take these leftovers home because I would've eaten 'em all.
John: And that's a bad thing because...
Marlena: Because we all know that Brady's living on junk food, and Caroline wanted him to have something nourishing.
Brady: Whoa! Hey! What are you doing here?
John: Nice greeting. You expecting someone else?
Belle: Maybe Chloe?
Nancy: What do you mean latest blood test, Craig?
Craig: Chloe's been feeling tired and bruising easily.
Nancy: But you said it was the anemia.
Craig: I know, but I wanted to be on the safe side, Nancy, so I, um, I took our little girl back to the hospital to get another blood test.
Nancy: Craig, I am used to Chloe being secretive, but why didn't you tell me?
Craig: Nance, that's just not important right now, okay? Okay?
Nancy: Then what is it? Craig, what's wrong with my little girl? Craig.
Jan: Shawn, please, you have to understand --
Shawn: I don't want to hear it! After everything I did for you, I can't believe you did this to me! I lied for you, Jan! I told everyone I was the father of your baby!
Hope: What did you just say?
Bo: What's going on here?
Colin: As much as I like looking at you, Nicole, I've got to get back to the hospital shortly.
Nicole: But it's after office hours.
Colin: If a patient needs me, it doesn't matter what time it is.
Nicole: Fine. I won't keep you long. I just have something I couldn't wait to show you.
Colin: Is this what busy executives do after hours?
Nicole: Oh, yes.
Craig: Look, les -- let's all just sit down on the couch and let's talk.
Nancy: No, Craig, I don't want to sit down. What is it?
Craig: I don't know anything definitive. But it's important that we get you back to the hospital for another test tonight.
Craig: The results of the last blood test -- they weren't what I hoped them to be.
Nancy: Not what you'd hoped them to be?
Craig: No, Nancy. What we need to do is, we need to do a bone marrow aspiration as soon as possible so we can see what we're dealing with here, okay?
Chloe: What exactly are you looking for? Tell me!
Craig: There's a possibility, Chloe, that you have an acute form of leukemia.
Brady: No, I wasn't expecting anyone -- not Chloe, and certainly not you, Belle.
John: Any chance we can put this stuff down, kid?
Brady: Oh, yes, yes, I'm sorry. Please come in. So, what is all this stuff, anyway? I do have groceries.
John: Yes, but do you have the Brady Pub's famous chicken cutlets? Do you have that?
Brady: Dad, you're the best! Thank you.
Marlena: No, no, no. Caroline is the best.
Marlena: Honey, what's the matter?
John: Where'd you get this?
Brady: I'll give you one guess.
Belle: Ooh, ooh. Fortune cookie.
Brady: That's why she made Ivy League.
John: Okay, I mean, where did you get the fortune cookie?
Brady: From a Chinese restaurant, Dad. What's up?
John: Ah, I’m sorry. It's just -- it's about your mother.
Hope: I knew it.
Bo: How many times have we asked you for the truth?
Hope: Why, Shawn? Why would you say you're the father of Jan's baby?
Mrs. Spears: What have you done now, Jan?
Jan: I didn't do anything. What you guys heard -- I mean, what Shawn meant to say was he...Didn't have to tell everyone he was the father of the baby. I was -- I was going to take care of it all by myself, but he wanted to be responsible, he wanted to help me.
Bo: I'm going to put him down.
Hope: Shawn said he lied for you. Until he met you, I don't think my son has ever told a lie in his life. And you're still lying. This ends now, Jan.
Jan: Shawn --
Hope: I want the whole story -- the truth this time -- and I want it now.
Brady: Dad, what about Mom? What are you talking about?
John: Kung Pao chicken. Twice a week the whole time she was pregnant with you. She would get a fortune, and she would, um, tack it up on the refrigerator like I found this one. I never told you that before?
Brady: No. No, I don't think so.
Belle: You know, I keep fortunes, too. Well, the good ones, anyway. Have you ever gotten a fortune cookie and there's been absolutely nothing inside? That's happened to me twice. But I never get good ones like this. Mine always say "silence is golden."
Brady: "Your angels are near." Your mom knew that her angels were near. Every time she got this fortune, she'd rub her tummy right where your head was and start singing to you.
Brady: What? Wait a second. Mom used to get that same fortune?
John: All the time. I know we get our share of recycled fortunes, but -- it's just weird. When I saw this up on the fridge, it --
Brady: All right, I should tell you. There's something else that's really strange about all this.
Jan: Shawn, please, tell them that --
Shawn: I will tell them everything. My mom's right. It's enough. And you're also right. I'm not the father of her baby.
Mrs. Spears: Jan, is this true?
Jan: Come on, Shawn, please. You promised me, Shawn!
Shawn: I know I promised! I never should have done that. I told you that this secret needed to come out, and now it is time -- it's past time to deal with it! Not to mention all the lies that you told to me.
Hope: Shawn, please tell us what really happened.
Shawn: Jan, come on!
Jan: I can't, Shawn.
Shawn: Don't make me do this, because you need to do this for you. Tell them. Tell them!
Jan: Okay. So, you want to know the truth so you can blame me for this, too? So you can tell me it was all my fault I was raped?
Nicole: Okay, you said you were making reservations at Green Mountain Lodge, so I thought I would go on the web site. How about if I sign us up for this?
Colin: Couples spa weekend package. Spa?
Nicole: Okay, macho man, think massage, think mud bath. Mmm. They have everything these days. All your desires satisfied.
Colin: [Chuckles] Well, uh, when you put it that way... You can make a reservation on-line, yes?
Nicole: Of course.
Colin: Hmm. By all means, do it.
Nicole: I'd love to do it.
Nancy: But you're not sure, Craig, right? It could be something else.
Craig: Yeah, but that's why we have to get her to the hospital for the bone marrow test, so we can see what we're dealing with, okay?
Chloe: But you think -- you think I have cancer?
Craig: Honey, come here. This is just a guess right now, all right? And even if it turns out to be leukemia, I want you both to know that there are so many effective treatments right now, especially for a girl your age. Let's not get ahead of ourselves, okay?
Chloe: No. Let's find out.
Craig: Chloe --
Craig: It's okay. You know, Nancy, I give bad news like this all day long, and I --
Nancy: Wait, sweetheart. You said it may not be such bad news.
Craig: Okay. Whatever it is, whatever this turns out to be, you're going to have to be there for her, okay? And you're going to have to be strong.
Nancy: I know. And I will be.
Craig: Of course you will be. Come on.
Brady: I had one fortune cookie last night, and I ate it. Plus this morning I cleaned the kitchen. I wiped it dry. There was nothing on the counter.
Belle: Well, then how did the cookie get there?
Brady: That's the question. Plus I don't know why I put it on the fridge. I've never done that before. I wasn't even thinking about it.
Marlena: I'm glad you feel so close to your mother.
Brady: I do. Belle, big day tomorrow, huh?
Belle: Mm-hmm. You are coming, right?
Brady: Am I invited?
Brady: What? When I graduated high school, we only got two tickets. How many seats are there in the gym?
Belle: I don’t know, but you're sitting in one of them.
Brady: Thank you. And you're the salutatorian. Wow. Say that 10 times fast. You finish your speech?
Belle: Did I start my speech?
Brady: You know why? Because for the past four hours, you were probably figuring out what you're gonna do with your hair, which is going to be covered up by a cap. What did I say? I'm sorry. What happened?
John: Izzy, what's wrong?
Belle: Dad, it's nothing.
Marlena: Somebody else used to tease her about her hair.
Shawn: It wasn't Jan's fault.
Hope: Of course it wasn't.
Shawn: She didn't think she could go through with having Paul's baby after... But I was so messed up in the head with us losing J.T., I just couldn't stand to think about Jan having an abortion if there was another choice. And I knew I could help save the baby.
Hope: Shawn, this was a very personal decision for Jan to make. It was not your place to get involved.
Jan: Mrs. Brady, Shawn didn't make the decision for me. He just made it easier to go through with the pregnancy.
Bo: How would him being the father make it easier?
Jan: Because I wasn't alone.
Mrs. Spears: You really did think you were alone. This terrible thing happened to you, and you didn't even think that you could tell me about it.
Jan: I didn't want anyone to know, mom. I mean, I didn't even want Shawn to know.
Hope: Honey, think about it. You don't have anything to be ashamed of. It wasn't your fault.
Jan: I was stupid. I -- I let myself believe that Paul really could make me a movie star. You always said the way I acted and dressed was going to get me into trouble, and it did.
Mrs. Spears: Jan, no, you did not deserve this.
Hope: I know you didn't want to break your word, but you had to know this was the one time you should have.
Bo: How many times have we told you you've got to report a crime when it happens?
Shawn: I was just trying to do the right thing. Okay, she begged me. I was just trying to help her.
Hope: And do you think it helped?
Shawn: No, no, it was stupid. It seems so clear now, but, you know, when it was happening --
Hope: It wasn't clear that the things you were telling were making things worse for everyone.
Nicole: Okay, so you saw Colin come in here, and you forgot to knock. Is that it, victor?
Victor: I have business to discuss with you, Nicole. So if you'll excuse us, dr. Murphy.
Nicole: I don't think so. Colin and I were working on business.
Colin: Uh... More business. Duty calls.
Nicole: Well, don't worry. I'll take care of everything we were discussing.
Colin: Thank you. I'll see you tomorrow. Maybe you, too.
Nicole: Okay, so we both know you didn't come here to talk business.
Victor: Yes, I did. But before you start spinning your web around Dr. Murphy, there's something you should know.
Woman: Dr. Murphy's on his way. In the meantime, would you please put this on, opening in the back?
Nancy: We'll be right outside.
Craig: It's okay.
Craig: [Sighs] Okay, you want to tell me what's going on?
Nancy: You were trying to protect me, Craig. I know that. You were afraid that I'd go crazy if I thought there was something wrong with Chloe, that I wouldn't be able to find it in myself to pull it together and be a good mother for her, but I --
Craig: No, no, Nancy. That's not it, Nancy. Look sweetheart, I admit, like Chloe, I wanted this to be nothing. I just didn't have the heart to take you through it if it wasn't necessary.
Nancy: So you decided to go through it by yourself -- a stoic? You didn't lean on me, Craig? You lied to me?
Craig: No, Nancy, I didn't lie. I never lied.
Nancy: Then don't you lie to me now. I have a question, and I need an answer. Is my daughter going to die?
Victor: Look, I've learned a few things about your dashing young doctor, and he's up to no good.
Nicole: What do you mean, no good? What, because he's hanging out with me, or do you mean because you did a background check on him?
Victor: No, there's no need. I've known a few too many Colin Murphys in my day. They're all alike.
Nicole: You're talking about him like he's some sort of criminal. That's you, Victor. He's a good guy. He's a doctor.
Victor: But if you scratch the surface --
Nicole: Oh, believe me, I fully intend to scratch his surface.
Victor: Well, I've warned you. That's about all I can do.
Nicole: That's right.
Victor: That marketing conference in Ottawa this weekend -- Cathy Norton can't make it. I'm going to need you to attend.
Nicole: What? Are you kidding? I know what you're trying to do, Victor, and it's not going to work.
Marlena: Honey, I know the last couple of weeks haven't turned out the way you thought they would, but tomorrow is your day. I hope you make the most of it.
Belle: I promise I'm gonna try, Mom.
John: So what about the dance?
Belle: No, Dad. If you and mom are just looking for a way to chaperon, you're out of luck.
Brady: Belle, come on. Hey, how about I take you to the dance? It'll be great. We'll hang out with your friends, and you get to show Shawn Brady that your life is full and great without him in it.
Shawn: You're right, mom. I made things worse for a lot of people.
Mrs. Spears: Well, I'm glad that someone was looking out for my daughter. I assume that you got medical attention.
Jan: Yeah, Shawn made sure I saw a doctor in Puerto Rico.
Mrs. Spears: And you're okay?
Jan: Now I am. Look, I just wish everyone would forget about this whole thing, okay? This is exactly what I didn't want -- everyone sitting around looking at me, feeling sorry for me. I'm fine.
Hope: You will be.
Jan: Except I don't know what I'm going to do with my life now.
Mrs. Spears: Well, I think that I do.
Craig: Nancy, I can't answer that, sweetheart. I don't even know what we're dealing with. Look, before, I didn't want to give you false hope. If this is leukemia, it's hardly a death sentence, and we can't act like it is.
Craig: Hey, Colin, thanks for coming in.
Colin: Of course.
Nancy: Dr. Murphy.
Colin: I don't know Chloe well, but she's clearly very special. I'm thinking good thoughts.
Nancy: Thank you. May we go in with you?
Colin: Of course. You can stay if you'd like.
Craig: Come on.
Craig: Hey, sweetie.
Nancy: Hi, sweetheart.
Nancy: Are you comfortable?
Nancy: Dr. Murphy says that we can stay in here with you the whole time.
Chloe: Thanks. Uh, I appreciate that, but I'd rather have some privacy, if you don't mind. Could you wait outside?
Nancy: Oh, of course, honey. Absolutely.
Craig: We'll see you in a second, okay?
Craig: Take it easy, okay? Take it easy. Take it easy, Nancy.
Nancy: She looks so -- oh, God, I don't think I can handle this.
Craig: It's okay.
Belle: What, you just had so much fun last year that you have to go back to the last blast?
Brady: Come on, Belle, I promise I won't step on your toes.
Belle: You've spent your whole life stepping on my toes. Look, Brady, I am really proud to be your sister, and I would go anywhere with you -- except to my stupid high school dance, which always ends in disaster, so why do we torture ourselves?
Brady: Does this mean no graduation party at my place? Because, really, any excuse to party will do.
John: That's a fact. I mean, it is a reason to celebrate.
Belle: Yeah, the fact that it's all over.
Marlena: Belle, you have always loved school the whole time you were there until the last couple of months.
Belle: I'm trying to think about the good things, Mom, I am.
Belle: But I definitely don't want to party.
Marlena: So, what do you say we don't celebrate the endings? What do you say if we just celebrate the beginnings?
Belle: I do love the word "commencement." I like to think that everything is starting all fresh and new.
John: Yeah, that's the spirit.
Belle: And after tomorrow, I don't ever have to see Shawn or Jan again.
Jan: You kicked me out of the house, mom. You don't get to tell me what to do with the rest of my life.
Mrs. Spears: I know that you're almost grown up --
Jan: Almost? I've been grown up since I was 3 years old, and I don't care if you hate how I turned out.
Mrs. Spears: Jan, it's not you, it's us, and I blame myself for that. After seeing this family, seeing how it should be, and listening to what Mrs. Brady had to say -- I didn't want to hear it, but she was right. I could have made a difference if I had paid attention. You could have never been in a situation where this could have happened to you. And you certainly would have not been spending all of your time trying to deal with it alone. You're not alone, Jan. You have me. I know it's up to you, Jan, but it would mean everything if you would come home with me. We could get strong, Jan. We could get strong together.
Shawn-d: It's for the best... For all of us.
Mrs. Spears: Will you come with me now?
Mrs. Spears: Could you send her things?
Hope: Absolutely, of course.
Mrs. Spears: Thank you.
Shawn: I'm sorry. I know what I did was wrong. I-I know that now. I-I knew it all along, I guess, but --
Hope: But Jan convinced you to keep up the lie.
Shawn: I don't want to blame any of this on her, especially after everything she's been through.
Bo: Shawn, she's lied to you a lot.
Shawn: Yeah, I know that now, Dad. Thank you. She was using her problems to cause problems on purpose for Belle and me, and I'm the one who let it happen.
Colin: All finished. She did very well.
Craig: Ah, great. Thanks, Colin.
Nancy: Thank you.
Craig: Hey there.
Nancy: Hi, honey. How you feeling?
Chloe: I'm numb.
Craig: Yeah? Any pain? No?
Chloe: Not too much.
Nancy: Oh, good. So you didn't feel anything. Well, when will we get the results of the test?
Craig: Anywhere from 24 to 48 hours. In the meantime, young lady...
Craig: In the meantime, your immune system's compromised, Chloe, so until your blood count's up, I want you to stay home and get some rest, okay?
Chloe: You're kidding?
Chloe: There's no way!
Chloe: I'm graduating from high school tomorrow. You can't make me miss that.
Craig: Chloe, I know, sweetheart, you've worked hard for this.
Chloe: I'm the valedictorian. I'm supposed to give a speech. And then there's the last blast dance. I've been going to school sick all this time, so what difference does one day make, except that it means everything to me?
Nancy: Chloe, isn't your health the most important thing?
Chloe: But I might not have my health ever again.
Craig: Please, let's not leap there yet, okay?
Chloe: Fine, you're right. I might not even be sick, but until we find out for sure, I have the right to live a normal life and be a normal teenager. So, please, let me live my life while I can.
Nicole: I know what you're up to, Victor. You're not going to ruin my plans this weekend with Colin.
Victor: I don't know anything about your plans. I do know that you have a job, though. You wanted to be President of Titan. Well, lucky you. That entitles you to a free trip to Ottawa.
Nicole: No way. If you think it's that important, you go.
Victor: I'm the boss, Nicole.
Nicole: How pathetic then. Don't you have anything better to do than control my personal life? Everyone knows I don't want you, Victor. So don't make it worse for yourself. Butt out!
Victor: You do realize you're treading on very dangerous ground.
Nicole: Okay. So, what are you going to do to me, huh? You gonna try and fire me again? Obviously not. So what else can you do to me, Victor, call in a hit man?
Brady: Once you get to that point when school's over and you're not seeing Shawn every day, and once your life is about a whole new set of people, it might not be that bad when you come home to visit from college and see Shawn in Salem Place.
Belle: Don't tell me I'm gonna change my mind, Brady. You said you didn't want to see him again.
Brady: Yeah, but, see, that's different. See, he hurt you. He hurt my sister. But you, you're gonna go off and be happy and fall in love with some other guy not too far in the future, and then you're not gonna care. See, love seems all eternal when you're in the middle of it, like the person you're with is the only one, but it's not really true.
Belle: How do you know that?
Brady: Well, take Dad. Don't take Dad. That was a bad example. I don't know what I'm talking about. Sorry.
John: Son, I'm here to tell you that true love can happen a second time around, and when it does, it is eternal. I mean, look at me. I'm a very lucky man, aren't I?
Marlena: What these two lugs are trying to say is a cliché, but time heals, and it does. You've got to give yourself time to grieve this relationship and the friendship, give yourself the time and the space. And you'll realize before you know it you've moved on.
Brady: And no wallowing allowed. Here, have some chicken.
Marlena: I'm so proud of the way you've handled this. I know it's difficult. You're being asked to dwell on memories that you still wish you were able to cherish.
Belle: That's exactly it, Mom. Dad, how can you stand it being here? Doesn't it remind you of everything you've lost?
John: Well, sweetheart, I'm kind of coming from a different place now – from the future, here with my wonderful family. Yes, I miss what I had, but I am grateful for what I have. And when Brady and I lost his mom, living here was -- it was tough. The place was really empty. It was just the two of us, and I could feel her presence everywhere. And that ached. But now that same presence -- I don't know, it feels kind of comforting.
Brady: Yeah, like snow.
Brady: Like new falling snow. I've always thought that was the most comforting thing in the world.
Belle: Yeah, I know. You always wanted it to be winter, and I always wanted it to be summer.
Brady: And I just remembered why. I just had a flash of Dad telling me something a while ago. I think I was like 2 years old. Remember this?
Brady: It was snowing outside -- these big, sparkling flakes, and Dad picked me up, and he lifted me up to the window so I could see it. And he told me that each and every snowflake was different, and each and every one was a new gift from my mom coming straight to me from her for the rest of my life from heaven.
Shawn: Why did I believe Jan? Belle was telling the truth. She didn't even touch Jan. She had nothing to do with the miscarriage.
Bo: Of course she didn't.
Shawn: You knew?
Bo: So did you.
Shawn: I was hurting so much at the time, I just, uh... I needed someone to blame, I guess. But I know in my heart that Belle would never hurt the baby -- any baby. But even she thought that when she fought with Jan, it might have somehow led to what happened. But she had nothing to do with it. Jan fell down the stairs. Belle was nowhere around. No one was. Jan made the whole thing up.
Hope: Shawn, if you'd come to us from the beginning, honey, my God, we would have been there for you to help with the choices.
Bo: Not that they were easy choices.
Hope: Honey, this girl wasn't even your friend, and you -- you reached out to her, and I'm so proud of you for that, but I'm also very angry with you.
Shawn: Yeah, well, I'm angry with me, too. I'm a mess.
Bo: Things are working themselves out.
Shawn: I guess. It's like Jan said, I don't know what to do with my life now.
Hope: Well, what would you like to do?
Shawn: I want to make things right with Belle. I want to get back together with her, Mom. But how -- how can I ask her to forgive me?
Hope: I know exactly how.
Victor: Do you think you'd even be present for this conversation if I ever wished you dead? No, I'd prefer to watch you self-destruct the way we enjoyed watching Kate, and believe me, that's what's going to happen to you -- slowly, painfully. It should be fun.
Nicole: I will not self-destruct, Victor, and I will not let you destroy me, either. If you think you can come between me and Colin, no fun for you, I promise.
Victor: Nico, Victor Kiriakis. I need you to do some research for me on a Dr. Colin Murphy, originally of Dublin. Find out everything you can. I want to know all his little secrets.
Chloe: I never thought in my whole life that I would care about a high school graduation or a dance, but I do. I care so much. And maybe it's just because I think it'll be taken away from me, but I want to be normal. Isn't that what you've always dreamed for me?
Nancy: Chloe, I dreamed that you would be special, and you are.
Chloe: But I don't want to be special in this way, Nancy. If I'm about to lose control over my entire life, then please let me make this one decision. I want to go to graduation and the last blast. Please let me do this one thing.
Brady: Thanks, everyone, for coming. This was great.
Belle: Yeah, you'll probably be hearing from me again around midnight when I'm stuck writing my speech.
Brady: What, are you kidding? You're the smart one. Don't ever forget that. Come here. Good night. Good night.
Belle: Bye, Brady.
John: See ya, kid.
Brady: Drive safely.
John: Have a good time. Eat well.
Brady: I could have sworn I left this in my room. Am I going crazy?
Hope: Shawn, honey, what you have got to do is you have to go to Belle, tell her everything. Tell her exactly how you feel and speak from your heart.
Shawn: What if that's not enough? What if she feels like she can't trust me again?
Hope: Do you love her?
Shawn: Of course.
Hope: Does she love you?
Shawn: I hope so. Well, yes, yes, I know she does.
Hope: Okay, then. Look, honey, you never want to look back on life and say, "I wonder if." So the only choice you have is to try.
Bo: If you're meant to be together, it'll work out. All right. It might not happen right away, and it might seem impossible, but, believe me, it's not, and things will not be the same as they were. You'll -- you've grown. You've changed 'cause of everything that's happened to you. And you'll learn to be grateful for even the rough times.
Bo: Because they make the good times that much sweeter. True love is definitely worth fighting for.
Shawn: You're right. I love Belle, and I am going to be with her again.
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