Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 11/25/02
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Abe: Well... the kidnapping charges have been officially dismissed. We've also issued a statement to the press that you've been fully exonerated.
Lexie: And surprised I'm alive. So what next?
Abe: Well, it's all over. You're free to go.
Tony: Alexandra may be free, but this is far from over, Abe.
Jack: Please, please, let me finish. Lexie didn't kidnap Hope. Neither one of them are dead, which means that Bo didn't kill Lexie, so Bo didn't belong in jail, so Bo didn't break out of jail. I mean, that-- that's all I know for now. At least, it's just a guess, because you have yet to tell me what you know, and have apparently known for quite some time.
Jennifer: Okay. There's one more very important thing that you need to know.
Billie: Well, it's like I told you that night, Shane --
Jack: Billie. You're alive.
Caroline: Oh. Roman. Was Hope admitted to the hospital? Is she hurt?
Doug: Can we see her?
Roman: Hey, hey. Hope is fine. Doctors are checking her out. She's alert, she's talking. No complaints, except she's got to stay in a hospital bed till she gets a clean bill of health.
Caroline: Yeah, so, what are you two doing down here?
Belle: Well, Bo and Shawn took Zack to see Hope. The doctor didn't want her to be overwhelmed with visitors.
Julie: Well, we certainly can be overwhelming.
Shawn: Ha ha ha.
Julie: But we're glad to have her have time by herself with her guys.
Doug: You know, pacing the halls of this hospital and just waiting for the moment when I can put my arms around my daughter, it just feels like -- this just feels like the day she was born.
Bo: Look who I found.
Hope: honey. Oh. Hey, sweetie.
Shawn-D: Hey, look who it is.
Hope: Hey, Zack.
Shawn-D: Look who it is.
Bo: Ha ha ha.
Shane: Well, why don't I give you guys time to talk? Billie, I can get the rest of your statement another time, all right? Jack, Jennifer.
Billie: Jack, I'm so sorry.
Jack: You were supposed to be brain-dead.
Billie: Well, don't sound so indignant that I'm not.
Jack: But they were saying that you -- I mean, you didn't have anything to do with what happened to Hope -- you couldn't have.
Billie: I-I wasn't literally brain-dead, but I did something incredibly stupid.
Jack: So this bandage -- this is all for show?
Jennifer: No. Billie really was shot by Larry Welch.
Billie: When he figured out I was onto him.
Jack: Wh-wh-- ho-how did that happen?
Billie: Jack, I didn't really come back to be a cop on the Salem P.D. I believed that I was working for the ISA.
Jack: You believed. Well, it seems that everybody around here has secrets, I guess -- everybody except me. Isn't that a first? I believed that Hope was dead and Billie was dying. You allowed me to cry on your shoulder and thanked me for being there for you, but that was a lie, wasn't it?! Why?
Bo: Thanks, doctor.
Bo: I appreciate it.
Hope: Dr. Lee, uh...
Bo: I wanted to get her out of here before you tried to convince her to release you.
Hope: There's nothing wrong with me. I'm fine.
Bo: Oh, yeah, you know better than the doctor.
Hope: What did she say to you?
Bo: She's going to wait for your blood work to come back and then maybe she'll release you today.
Hope: Oh, thank you, God. And thank you. You never gave up on me. I know you didn't.
Bo: I knew you wouldn't.
Shawn-D: Hey, are you hungry? You want to get something to eat? You want to go to the vending machine? Vending machine. Here we go.
Hope: Just one second. Your mother's home. I'm home. See? No more cookies for breakfast.
Shawn-D: Oh -- real food?
Hope: Real food.
Shawn-D: Real food. Yeah, mom!
Bo: Wait a minute. You guys had real food. I made oatmeal.
Shawn-D: Oatmeal, yeah. Real food.
Hope: I'm sure he took real good care of you.
Bo: Yeah, we -- we took very good care of each other.
Shawn-D: Yes. Yes, we did. Hey, bud, listen, before we go, got to learn this early -- give your mother a kiss.
Hope: A kiss from mommy. I love you, honey. I love you. Oh, Shawn it's good to be home.
Shawn-D: I love you.
Hope: I love you, too, sweetie. Whew.
Bo: I know you've been through an emotional wringer. It's going to take some time to get through this, but you've got to believe it's going to be okay.
Hope: Yeah. It's you I'm worried about. I didn't want to get into this in front of Shawn, but... Bo, Lexie. Everyone thought that she had had me killed, and she was innocent, and now she's dead, and you'll have to go to trial.
Bo: Oh, no, no, that's not going to happen. I'm sorry, I -- I didn't realize you thought that she was --
Hope: What do you mean, I thought? Larry showed me the newspaper. Lexie's funeral is today.
Bo: No. She's alive. I didn't kill her, Hope.
Lexie: Tony, I'm so glad you're back.
Tony: What are you doing here? I thought you'd be home.
Tony: Know this, Abe -- that you are finished taking advantage of my sister.
Abe: As you'll recall, it was Lexie's idea to help.
Tony: Because contrary to popular belief, she does care about Hope Brady, though her husband and the inept police force which he commands falsely accused her of kidnapping and murder. Where Hope was beatified in the press, my sister was vilified. But tell me -- does your monumental press release include an apology? Of course not. Immaterial, I suppose, being that words and sentiments couldn't possibly repair the damage that's been done. But I could imagine a hefty settlement might go the distance in preventing such injustices in the future.
Abe: You're suing the department?
Lexie: No. No -- no. Tony, look, I know you want to help me, and I appreciate it, but I-I can handle this my way, okay?
Tony: Tell me you're not going to let them get away with what they've done -- the police department and its leadership. Do you want another innocent person to suffer the way you have?
Lexie: Tony -- look, I love you, okay? You believed in me when almost everyone turned away, and I know that you're right, but, look, it's not a fight I can make right now. I-I can't stand to see my face plastered on the front page of any more newspaper, Tony. If I'm going to recover, if I'm going to get my life back, then I'll need peace and quiet.
Tony: Well, we still have recourse if you change your mind later.
Lexie: Okay. Look, if you don't mind, I need a moment alone with Abe. Please.
Tony: Fine. I'll wait for you outside.
Abe: Thank you. Everything that's happened, it's been such a whirlwind. So many things to take care of. This is really the first chance that we've gotten to talk.
Lexie: Okay, Abe, look. You've already thanked me. You've already told me that you're sorry, so now it's my turn to talk, and this time, you are going to take what I say very seriously. You believed that I was guilty of murder. You were ready to send me to prison for the rest of my life.
Abe: Lexie, I-I was wrong. I've already said --
Lexie: No, no, no. I was wrong. I was wrong to ever believe that you really loved me. I worked with you to free Hope, but that's the end of it. That's the end of us. I don't want anything else to do with you, Abe, for the rest of my life.
Hope: Lexie's alive?
Hope: Am I really as confused as I feel all of a sudden?
Bo: No, it's a whole long story that I have to tell you.
Hope: Well, you've got a captive aud-- oh, gosh, I've been a captive audience for every kind of ugliness and madness, Brady.
Bo: You know what? We'll do this later. We'll let you rest right now.
Hope: No, wait a minute. What you have to say is something that I need and want to hear. Please.
Bo: Okay. When we found out that you and Zack had been kidnapped, Lexie, of course, was our first suspect. We put a tail on her. Abe questioned her a couple of times. Then finally, she came forward with your flight itinerary and your wallet.
Hope: Oh, my God.
Bo: Yeah. She said that they had been planted on her, but Halloween night, we found her in Salem Place with Zack in her arms.
Lexie: Bo, thank God. You're -- you're here.
Bo: Hand over my son. And where's my wife?
Lexie: Look, I know how this looks, okay? But I didn't take him, I swear. I found him just a minute ago. I heard him crying for his mommy, and I -- Abe, you know that I'm being framed. You know I didn't do this! Please tell me you believe me.
Hope: Larry knew no one would believe Lexie. He told me he set her up. The perfect suspect, he said.
Bo: He admitted that?
Hope: Oh, yes.
Bo: Wow. Did he also tell you that he made sure we found your sweater with your blood on it?
Hope: Oh, my God. Oh, Bo, you must have thought...
Bo: Yeah. And then we found that goodbye letter that you wrote.
Hope: Larry made me write it.
Bo: Yeah. Well, I figured you'd take that opportunity to try to get some kind of a message across to me, and that you obviously had to be careful of doing it.
Hope: Yeah, very. I was almost afraid that I was so subtle that even you wouldn't figure it out.
Bo: Yeah. Well, I read that letter over and over again.
Hope: Oh, Bo.
Bo: And then Victor came to me, said that his man Nico had found your jewelry in a pawn shop. The man who had sold it to them got it off the body of a dead woman. But I knew you weren't dead, 'cause I would have felt it. So... I went back to the letter. "I'm comforted even now by all those special memories of how we fell in love as children, how we kept that love alive no matter how people or circumstances tried to separate us, how we always felt that love across time and space, how we will continue to feel our love even after death." Oh, fancy face, where is it? "How we fell in love, how we will continue to feel our... how we... how we..." Howie. Oh, my go-- Howie Hoffstedder.
Bo: Oh, no. Larry Welch.
Hope: So you did figure out it was Larry.
Bo: But we needed more proof.
Abe: But Larry Welch is in prison.
Bo: No, Abe, he's not. I made some calls. I don't know how he kept it out of the press, but he was released over a year ago. I called his parole officer -- hadn't heard from Larry in a while until Larry called and said he was on family vacation. The P.O. Made a note of the number on his caller I.D. Hotel in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Check the date.
Abe: It's the same date that Hope and Zack were kidnapped.
Bo: You got that right.
Abe: It wasn't Lexie. It was Larry Welch.
Bo: That's how we knew it was Welch.
Hope: But why did you have to pretend that Lexie was dead?
Bo: I'm getting there. When I figured out it was Larry, we got a lead from an unexpected source -- Billie Reed.
Jack: So, this, uh... this whole pulling the plug on the respirator thing...
Billie: Bo told my family that my life was in danger unless Larry believed that I was dead, and that was not a lie. If Larry thought I could nail him, then it was over for him, Hope, and me. When I regained consciousness yesterday, Shane told me that my ISA contact was Larry Welch. I I.D.'d him from a mug shot, and I told Shane that the last time I saw Larry was at a warehouse on the edge of town. Apparently, there was some evidence there that, uh, led them to the docks, and that's where they rescued Hope.
Jack: So you were instrumental in making that happen.
Billie: I was also instrumental in her disappearing.
Jack: No, wait a minute, wait a minute. Listen to me. Larry Welch is a crooked politician from way back. I'm a Deveraux, remember? I know all about that sort of thing. I know how he works. If he hadn't have used you, he would have found someone else, and maybe Hope would be dead by now. Who knows?
Roman: Hey, Jennifer, Jack. Hey, could you, uh, do me a favor, give me a few minutes alone here with Billie?
Jennifer: Sure, yeah.
Roman: Thank you.
Jennifer: Jack, wait, please. Please don't be angry with me. Just give me a chance to explain.
Jack: Look, I'm relieved. I'm relieved for Hope and Billie and Bo and Lexie, so I'm not going to indulge myself in the luxury of being angry with you at this moment, so if you'll excuse me...
Jennifer: No, Jack, please. All right, you let Billie give her explanation. Now just listen. If you think that I didn't trust you or that my family didn't want you to know the truth, that is not it at all. I hated having -- having to do this, but I think that once you hear the whole story, you're going to understand. You really will.
Billie: Shane already started the interrogation, if you want to compare notes with him first.
Roman: Well, Billie, I'm not really here to interrogate you. You see, I don't see the use in listening to any more of your lies. I know exactly why you hooked up with Larry Welch -- the real reason.
Bo: Billie claims Larry convinced her he was ISA, and that he recruited her to work on this mission with him.
Hope: Yeah, so she could kidnap me.
Bo: She swears she didn't know anything about what he did to you and Zack.
Hope: That is not true. She was there, Brady. I saw her meeting with Larry at the warehouse, and later, he even told me they were working together to keep me hostage. He didn't have any reason to lie to me. Who was I going to tell? As far as he was concerned, I was never going to see another person.
Bo: I hear what you're saying, but I -- after the mistake I made with Lexie, I don't want to jump to any conclusions, and there is a lot of evidence against Billie, yes. I promise you, justice will be served.
Hope: Tell me the rest.
Bo: Shane cornered Billie, and she told him all about this ISA thing, and he knew right away it was a setup. But Larry shot Billie before she could I.D. Him, and right around that time is when I figured out that Larry's the one who kidnapped you, and knowing that cocky slime the way we do, I figured that if he thought he'd won, he'd come out from under his rock, and that's when we'd nab him. So I decided to stage something very dramatic to make sure that he was convinced.
Lexie: That's right. So Bo came to my jail cell and asked for permission to kill me.
Lexie: I know you probably don't want me here, but I had to see you with my own eyes, make sure you were all right.
Hope: Lexie, I am so sorry, so sorry for what Larry did to you.
Lexie: Thank you. Look, this has been very difficult for all of us, but when Abe and Bo came to me that day, I-I knew what I had to do. I don't understand why you won't believe me, Abe. I've told you again and again that I'm innocent. What are you doing here? You're not supposed to be anywhere near me. Abe.
Abe: It's all right. It's all right, Lexie.
Lexie: There's a restraining order against you -- guard!
Bo: It's okay.
Abe: It's okay. Go ahead.
Bo: I'm not going to hurt you. I'm -- I'm sorry I ever did. I'm sorry for everything. It's okay. Abe and I know you didn't kidnap Zack or kill Hope. We believe she's alive.
Lexie: I was so desperate, Hope. I was already planning to break out of jail and leave Salem forever. Abe found out. He overheard something I said, and he decided that it was the best thing for us to go through with the escape.
Bo: Lexie and I were the only ones who were a danger to Larry. You know, the only ones who would want to figure this whole thing out and go after him, so with Lexie dead and me in prison, he would know that we bought his frame-up and that he was home free.
Lexie: And certainly no one would have any trouble believing that Bo murdered me. After all, he'd already tried to strangle me earlier that day.
Hope: Oh, my God.
Bo: Lexie, I'm sorry. I --
Lexie: Regrets, Bo? I have those, too, believe me. I know why you thought I was guilty. I've done some things to you and Hope that were unforgivable too. Look, I know I can't make any of it up to you, but I did want to do what I could to make sure that you and Zack were okay.
Hope: Who else knew? Abe, Roman?
Bo: Yeah. Shane. We wanted to make this thing look as real as possible, so any time any one of us was in public, we played our parts as convincingly as we could. Craig Wesley was in on it from the time Billie was checked in to the trauma center. He also made sure no one came into contact with Lexie after he pronounced her dead. There were all these reporters who saw me get arrested and watched Lexie's body get taken to the morgue.
Hope: Oh, my God. Don't tell me she's been at the morgue all this time.
Bo: No, no. Abe and Celeste smuggled her out, took her to a safe house until I found you.
Hope: I got to say, I believed it -- all of it -- and so did Larry. How can I ever thank you?
Lexie: Zack needed his mother. He needed you with him.
Roman: We all know the truth, Billie. You hooked up with Larry Welch to help kidnap Hope to get her out of the way so Bo would be free.
Billie: How can you even say that to me? I didn't even know the man was Larry Welch. I didn't even know who Larry Welch was until Shane told me yesterday.
Roman: You see, we couldn't figure it out. Couldn't figure out why you were so damn determined to stay on the case that you weren't assigned to and why all these clues kept popping up in your hot little hands. You gave up Larry Welch to save your own hide, but it's too late for that.
Billie: What do you mean?
Roman: You know what, Billie? I was so willing -- willing to go out on a limb for you. In fact, I thought you had the makings of a pretty good cop. But how many chances do you think you deserve? Well, no more. Not in your lifetime. You're going down for this one.
Bo: When Billie gave up Welch, Roman got me out of jail. We went to that warehouse and found the room that Larry kept you in, and that date. There was something else, but we couldn't figure out what it was.
Hope: Well, Larry found what I wrote and made me scratch it out, but I did manage to scratch in a date. I was just so afraid you wouldn't find it.
Bo: Someone was watching over us.
Hope: Oh, absolutely, Brady. Oh, God, you know, all those husbands who don't remember anniversaries, birthdays, or very important dates -- I was so appreciative that you weren't one of them. I just didn't realize that my life would depend on it.
Bo: The date you and I and Shawn-D took off to sail around the world -- when I saw that, I knew exactly what you wanted me to know -- that Larry was taking you off by boat.
Hope: Oh, thank God you got to that dock on time, Brady.
Hope: You were brave -- all of you.
Hope: My family. Always thinking big, aren't you?
Shawn-D: Speaking of big, there's about 50 people in the waiting room who are very anxious to see you.
Hope: Well, I'm very anxious to see them, too. Let's go.
Jack: So the plan to smoke out Welch was Bo's idea. The police were in on it, the ISA, you, Craig Wesley -- who else? Alice Horton?
Jennifer: Everybody in this room, Jack -- they all knew.
Mickey: Hey! Who's that?
Hope: Oh, daddy!
Doug: Are you all right?
Hope: Yes. Oh, Julie.
Mickey: Hey, I'm next, I'm next, I'm next, I'm next. He h ha ha ha ha.
Maggie: Whee! Ha ha ha ha.
Hope: Maggie, Maggie.
Maggie: Oh, you look so good.
Caroline: Oh, I'm overjoyed you're back.
Hope: Thank you.
Shawn: I'm next.
Hope: Hey. Jennifer. Honey, how are you?
Jack: Welcome back.
Hope: Hey, thanks, Jack. Thank you.
Jack: You're welcome.
Hope: Hi, sweetie. Good to see you.
Shawn-D: Mom's here. He wanted to say hello -- again.
Hope: Oh, hi, sweetheart. Mommy loves you. You, too.
Abe: Let me squeeze in here.
Hope: Oh. Oh, Abe. Thank you.
Abe: Thank you.
Shane: Hey. Remember me?
Hope: Gosh! Shane!
Shane: Remember me? Huh? Oh, welcome back. Welcome back.
Hope: Thank you. Thank you for everything.
Shane: So good to see you. Oh, you're more than welcome. And look -- look who we have here.
Hope: Gran. Oh, Gran.
Hope: There are so many things I want to say to you right now, but the only words going through my head are I love you. All of you. I love all of you.
Maggie: We love you, too.
Alice: What more is there to say? You've said it all. We love you -- our hope. Welcome home.
Hope: Thanks, Gran. Thanks.
Shawn-D: Hey, mommy's home!
Zack: Red. Red and blue.
Shawn-D: Come here, Zack.
Zack: Red and blue.
Hope: Bo told me you were all part of this, that you all -- yes, honey -- that you all worked together to bring me home. You're the best. The absolute best family. And friends.
Julie: Well, Hope, I think you're right. We obviously are the best.
Doug: Well, you got singers, you got dancers, and who knew you had actors, too? Well, we can say it with a smile now, but... that was an awful night when Bo called us together at the pub.
Bo: I have some bad news about Hope. Shane, Abe, roman, and I -- we wish there was an easier, less painful way to do this, but there -- there isn't. And it's not what you're thinking. Um, but before I go any further, I want you to take a look around the room, because nobody outside this room can know what I'm about to tell you. No one. No exceptions. Hope's life depends on it.
Jennifer: Wait, her life? Bo, are you saying she's alive?
Bo: Jennifer's aware of some very disturbing evidence that we recently received, evidence that was meant to make us believe Hope had been killed. But now we know that evidence was an attempt to frame someone for murder -- Lexie Carver. But Lexie Carver is innocent. Hope was kidnapped by, and is being held by, Larry Welch.
Doug: Larry Welch?
Roman: He was recently released from prison.
Mickey: After -- after 20 years. I mean, he's not a stupid man. Why would he go right back out, commit another heinous crime?
Caroline: To do something like that, he'd have to be absolutely out of his mind.
Bo: The good news is we know the truth. Larry doesn't know that we know, so that gives us the upper hand. A chain of events has already been set in motion, but we need your help for the follow-through.
Victor: Just tell us what we can do, Bo.
Bo: In order to reel that scum Welch in, we have to make the outside world believe that we have accepted Hope is gone. In reality, we will never accept that. While all of us are publicly mourning, privately, together, we're doing everything we can to bring Hope home.
Hope: How can I ever thank you?
Bo: We're the ones that have to thank you.
Bo: For hanging on and being brave, and helping us find you.
Hope: You gave me so many reasons to hang on. No matter what I've just been through, I just... I can't help thinking just how lucky I am.
Jennifer: We're the lucky ones. We're glad you're home.
Julie: Don't you ever leave again.
Billie: What does that mean, I'm -- I'm going down?
Roman: I just got a call from internal affairs. You have been suspended indefinitely from the force, pending an investigation.
Billie: I see.
Roman: And I have been in contact with the D.A. You see, Billie, we're gathering evidence to bring criminal charges against you. Kidnapping is a federal offense. I'm sure you learned that when you were playing cop at the police academy. You know, at least you'll be an ex-policeman by the time you get to prison. Of course, unfortunately, one of the very few things prisoners hate worse than a cop is a crooked cop. You thought you should make my family's life hell. How do you like yours now?
Lexie: Thank you.
Tony: You all right?
Lexie: Uh, yeah, I -- I just, uh... need a moment, okay? I-I can't b back yet. It's been so long since I've been outside in the fresh air.
Tony: I understand. Take all the time you need. I'll just wait for you in the car. All right?
Abe: You all right, Lex?
Lexie: What do you think? And you're not helping.
Abe: You know, it might help if we talk.
Lexie: You can talk to my lawyer, Abe.
Abe: What do you mean?
Lexie: I'm not contesting the divorce. In fact, I am expediting it, and I'm excising you from my life. Goodbye.
Woman: Excuse me! Is there a Hope Brady somewhere in this happy crowd?
Mickey: Oh, she's around here someplace, if we can find her.
Maggie: There she is.
Bo: Ha ha ha. I bet when you said two visitors in her room at a time, this isn't exactly what you had in mind.
Woman: Somehow, I think Hope might actually find herself getting more rest at home.
Hope: Home? Did she just say home?
Bo: Yes, she did.
Woman: Your blood work looks great. All we need are your discharge papers, and you're good to go.
Hope: Thank you.
Woman: You're welcome. Happy Thanksgiving.
Mickey: Thanks, doc!
Hope: And thank you so much for offering to host Thanksgiving at Tuscany this year. Thank you, Maggie.
Maggie: Oh, I'm just so happy you agreed to let me. Especially -- everybody will pitch in, and we're going to have such fun.
Hope: Yes, and lots of good food!
Bo: Oh, uh, Shawn brought you some clothes to change into, so you can get home and stuff.
Hope: Thank you, thank you.
Julie: If she's going to change, we're going to change, and we're going to see you later.
Hope: Yeah, I'll see you.
Doug: We're going to have cranberry sauce...
Hope: Oh, I love cranberry sauce.
Doug: Pecan pie...
Caroline: Oh, I'll see you guys then, okay?
Alice: Yes, dear.
Julie: Don't forget the doughnuts!
Belle: She looks great. She's amazing.
Shawn-D: Yeah, yeah, she is.
Belle: Okay, I know it's Thanksgiving, and maybe I'm being extra sappy, but we've been given something very special with our families. Shawn, we had the Salem P.D., the ISA, all of this great detective work going on, but there was one thing that brought your mom back. Mrs. Horton was right. It was love.
Jennifer: Jack, you heard what Bo said, right? I mean, the more people that knew the truth, then... it had nothing to do with trust. It's just that we swore that we would keep it in the family. That's all.
Jack: Yeah, I know I'm not technically family anymore, but is Belle Black? The reason you didn't tell me was simple expediency. You needed to use me to disseminate false information in the "Spectator," which you felt uncomfortable doing, so you left it up to me. So there I was, at my computer day after day, poring over the evidence, imagining the awful circumstances of Hope's death, hating that I couldn't describe how she had lived, when you knew all along that she still lived. And Billie, too.
Jennifer: Yes, and I am so very sorry, but do you know that if it weren't for you, Hope and Billie might not be alive?
Jack: I was at the pub right there with you, Jennifer. I was right there, willing to do whatever I could to help Hope or you or anybody else.
Jennifer: I know that. But, Jack, I didn't know the truth then. I didn't know it. When you went to the hospital to see Billie, that's when Bo came to the pub. That's when he told us everything. And once he told us the truth, there was no way that I could have written those articles. Don't you see? You were the only one that could put the information that we needed out there.
Jack: I'm not losing sight of the fact that Hope has been rescued. That's the most important thing. But you knew -- you had to know that I believed something important, something meaningful was happening between us -- that the shared grief was giving us a reason to really, finally, truly communicate with each other. You made me believe that. But it was all an illusion, wasn't it?
Jennifer: It wasn't. It wasn't.
Jack: I should have known.
Jennifer: No, Jack.
Jack: I should have known.
Jennifer: No, Jack, it wasn't. No, it wasn't.
Bo: When is the last time you slept, hmm? You sure you're up for this big Thanksgiving celebration?
Hope: Are you kidding me, Brady? I have been so lonely. I would actually dream at night that all of you would have Thanksgiving without me.
Hope: I almost feel like this could be a dream. I'm afraid that I could find myself back in that room with Larry again.
Bo: No. You're not dreaming. You're in my arms. Larry's gone. He's never coming back. He will never hurt you again. Come here.
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