Days Transcript Monday 10/3/05

Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 10/3/05 - Canada; Tuesday 10/4/05 - U.S.A.


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Jennifer: Well, it's about Jack.

Frankie: Hey, Jack.

Jack: [Grunts]

Frankie: Oh, there you are. Man on the computer. That's all anybody does these days is sit on the computer and... wait a minute. What are you doing, Jack? What the hell are you doing?

Shawn D.: Mimi, what is it? What's wrong?

Mimi: I didn't know this would be so hard. I didn't know. Um, can -- can you take her? Can you just -- can you take the baby?

Shawn D.: Yeah, okay, all right.

Mimi: I can't. I can't. I can't hold her. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Can you just take her back to the nursery?

Shawn D.: Yes.

[Door opens]

Shawn D.: There you are. How can I make it better?

Mimi: You can't. No one can.

[Telephone rings]

Belle: Would you mind holding her?

Lexie: Are you kidding? I'd love it. Come here, sweetheart. Come here.

Belle: Hello?

John: Izzy! [Laughs] How's the new mom?

Belle: I'm pretty good. I've got your granddaughter here.

John: Ah, that's perfect. Listen, honey, would it be okay if I brought your mother over to see the baby?

Belle: Wait, you and mom together?

John: That's the idea.

Belle: Oh, my gosh, that would be great. My little girl's grandparents are coming to see her.

Lexie: Oh!

Belle: I was just talking to Lexie. Anyway, I will see you soon. I love you both.

John: Love you, too, baby. [Smooches] I was just talking to Belle. I told her that we were gonna come over and see the new grandchild.

Alex: I have to advise against that.

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John: What could possibly be wrong with Marlena going to the hospital to see the baby? This is our daughter's first child, our first grandchild together.

Alex: I understand that. But you're also attempting, once again, to manipulate Marlena into a moment you hope will pack some sort of emotional wallop and restore her memory.

John: Uh, yeah. Kind of sounds to me like you don't want her to remember..

Alex: That's not it at all. What I don't want is for her to become traumatized and overwhelmed, which could seriously set back her recovery.

Marlena: You know, Alex would never hurt me. He cares for me. He protects me. I would like to go see Belle and the baby. I mean, I'm feeling much stronger. And I don't see any harm in going to visit them. I mean, she's such a nice young woman. I've grown very fond of her.

John: Dr. North, I think there's real hope for a breakthrough here. I mean, Marlena was there through Belle's labor, helped her deliver the baby, and you remembered quite a bit of your doctoring skills all the way back to med school. I'm only saying that because I don't think you delivered too many babies as a psychiatrist. And with our daughter giving birth for the first time outside the safety of a hospital and not having an O.R. around, thank God you were there, because you not only saved the baby's life, but you saved Belle's life. I was thinking, you go to the hospital, you see the baby, you give Belle the chance to thank you just kind of completes the whole experience for you. Now, how's that for shrink talk, huh?

Marlena: Well, I don't know. You'd have to ask him. I don't remember. I would like to go. And, you know, the fact is, it might help me remember things. Anyway, she's a young girl. She's given birth for the first time. She needs her mother there, and even if I don't remember her, she remembers me. Can I go?

Alex: All right. You can go. I'm going to go with you, though, if you don't mind. I'd like to be with Marlena to monitor her reactions.

John: Whatever.

Marlena: I'll get my purse.

Shawn D.: I know it was hard for you to hold Belle's baby... because it reminded you of the baby you and Rex were gonna have.

Mimi: If I hadnít... but I did, and it was my own decision. But now I can never have kids of my own. I'm not even a real woman. Who would ever want to be with me?

Shawn D.: What are you talking about? There are plenty of women in this world who cannot have children, Mimi.

Mimi: But I could have, and I ruined everything.

Shawn D.: You made a decision that you thought was right. What happened was a freak accident. You couldn't have planned for that. And you don't know -- maybe it happened for a reason.

Mimi: Shawn, no.

Shawn D.: Let me finish, please. There are so many children out there who need to find a home. Look at my parents. They couldn't have loved J.T. more if he were their own.. You have so much to give to a child and to a partner.

Mimi: But I had a child... and a partner. I know my life isn't over, Shawn, even though sometimes it feels that way. I just had so many dreams. And now it's like I'm afraid to even let myself dream again. I lost the man I loved. I got rid of my baby, and now I can never have one at all. And I have no one to blame but myself.

Julie: Jennifer, your message was so alarming. What has Jack done now?

Jennifer: What? Oh, no. I gave you the wrong idea completely. I was so anxious and excited about this idea... please forgive me for worrying you. I was not thinking.

Doug: That's all right. That's all right. We were just relieved.

Jennifer: [Sighs]

Julie: Well, then, what is the big idea? I don't mean it that way. I mean, what is your inspiration? Share, share.

Jennifer: I want to throw a huge party for Jack.

Julie: A party?

Doug: Isn't that nice?

Julie: Doug nearly sprained his ankle leaping out of bed and pulling his pants on --

Jennifer: I didn't even think that you could be sleeping.

Doug: Oh, we werenít... sleeping.

Jennifer: Oh...oh... I'm sorry.

Julie: [Laughs] Darling, why do you think we always look so happy?

Jennifer: [Laughs]

Julie: But what can we do to help you stage this party? What is the occasion? I know it isn't Jack's birthday.

Jennifer: I want to give him a party because I love him. That's it. I just love him, and I don't want it to be any party. I want it to be this giant, huge, blowout party. I think it'll be just what the doctor ordered.

Julie: Doctor? Doctor?

Jennifer: What? No. Oh, I didn't mean that. I'm not saying anything right. Jack has been really down lately. Ever since he came back from the island from being held prisoner by Tony, he's not himself. He's so distracted, you know?

Doug: I can understand that. That whole experience was no picnic, and he had to go through it twice.

Julie: Look, I don't want to throw a wet blanket on anything, but a party -- it just might make him feel self-conscious.

Jennifer: Well, maybe a little bit. But I think once he sees everyone and knows that they are there to celebrate him, I think he'll be thrilled.

Doug: I agree. I wish more wives would get this party idea.

Julie: Well, maybe wives need to be inspired.

Doug: I'll inspire you when we get back to what we were doing...before Jennifer called.

Jennifer: Oh, my goodness. You guys are amazing.

Julie: Well, use it or lose it, as they say.

Jennifer: Julie!

Julie: Now, how can we help you stage the most wonderful party that Salem's ever seen?

Frankie: Don't bother, Jack. I saw it. And don't tell me you're doing research for some article. Unexplained deaths, mysterious disappearances -- that's a coward's way out.

Jack: Frankie, just listen. Listen. You know this thing. You walk a mile in my moccasins, then you lecture me.

Frankie: Don't do it. Don't disappear on Jen and your kids or whatever it is you're planning to do.

Jack: I believe every human has the right to check out the way that they want. That being said, I'm determined to protect my family, to protect them from anything more painful than my death's already gonna be. I mean, why? What good is it gonna do? I'm just gonna slip out quietly. What? Don't look at me like that. The moccasins, man. I am doing this for Jennifer. After the last two years, the last thing she needs is to play nursemaid to me while I'm shuffling off this mortal coil. No, I'm telling you what -- I am gonna stop my family from suffering. If I can do it, I will protect them.

Frankie: You selfish bastard.

John: Grandparents reporting to see their daughter and granddaughter.

Lexie: Hey, perfect timing. Belle just finished nursing the baby, so you can go right in.

John: Okay. Listen, why don't you go on in? I'll be right there.

Marlena: Okay. Thanks.


John: He's like a shadow. We can't go anywhere without him.

Lexie: I just hope that seeing Belle and the baby will spark Marlena's memory.

John: You and me both.

Lexie: Yeah. Good luck.

Marlena: Hello, you two.

Belle: Oh, I am so glad you're here.

Marlena: Me too.


John: [Sighs] Beautiful...all three of you.

Belle: Well, now that you're both here, I would like to introduce you to my daughter, Claire.

Marlena: Oh, Claire -- that's a beautiful name.

John: You bet it is.

Belle: Would you like to hold her?

Marlena: Uh...

Shawn D.: Don't do this to yourself.

Mimi: I'm such a loser. I am. I'm a loser. I'm sorry. I'm just having a really hard time tonight.

Shawn D.: I understand... probably better than anyone.

Mimi: Shawn, why does Belle get everything she wants? you pining over her. Is it ever going to be my turn?

Lexie: Yes, I'm interested in getting information on all the cases Dr. Alex North consulted on. Yes, I'll hold.

Alex: I wouldn't do that if I were you.

Belle: You know just how to hold her.

Marlena: Oh, they say that, that's an instinct that mothers have.

Belle: Well, the nurses have shown me a lot of stuff, but there's still a lot I need to know, and I was kind of hoping maybe you could give me some guidance. I know you don't remember everything, but I thought maybe...

Marlena: Well, I... I don't have any memory of raising a specific child, but there are things that everybody knows. I mean, just things to do and things not to do.

John: Like don't drop the baby.

Marlena: Things not to do.


John: You know, I think I feel a female bonding session coming on here, so I'm just gonna...

Marlena: No, you don't have to go. Does he, sweetheart? He doesn't have to go.

John: I'm gonna check with the nurses' station and see when they can spring you out of here.

Belle: Okay. Thanks, dad.

[Door opens and closes]

Marlena: Oh, Isabella... you are perfect in every way.

Jack: You got a warped sense of values if you think I'm being selfish. I'm trying to protect my family.

Frankie: It's what you want for them. It's always about you. What about what they might want for themselves, huh, Jack? If they even knew. Man, it's like you don't even know Jen at all.

Jack: I'm married to her. I know her a lot better than you do.

Frankie: Then act like it... because I know that Jen would want to be by your side. And she'd want every second she could get with you.

Jack: Well, of course, because she's a wonderful person and she's unselfish and caring and that's why people take advantage of her. I'm telling you. People come to her, they hang all over her, asking her for help and advice whether they need it or not. People are like that.

Frankie: People? You're not people. You're her husband. In fact, didn't she marry you twice, Jack?

Jack: Of course she did. And thankfully she said yes twice, too.

Frankie: For better or for worse -- you remember that, Jack? She lives by those words every day. If you disappear, you'll destroy her because she'll never understand why you left -- never. You know what she'll do? She'll blame herself because that's what she does. She puts the world on her shoulders and somehow makes the best of it because she's sweet and kind and gentle and loving and caring.

Jack: All right, damn it. All right, all right, all right. Damn! Look at you. You're playing me. All along, you've been playing me. "Oh, Jack, I could never take your place." Listen to you. You love her, don't you? You're just waiting for me to kick off so you can come in and take my place because you fell in love with her. You son of a bitch!

Frankie: Jack, Jack!

Shawn D.: Your life hasn't been all bad. There have been plenty of good things.

Mimi: I know. I'm just having a hard time thinking of one right now.

Shawn D.: We're gonna think of it together. Come over. Sit down. You know what comes to mind right away? The dating show, which I hated, personally, but...

Mimi: Right. And Mr. Right turned out to be Philip, and he chose Belle over me -- another time I was a loser.

Shawn D.: But you got all that prize money, and you were able to buy a really cool car.

Mimi: You're forgetting how the story ended. My mom cleaned out my winnings and blew it on lottery tickets, which, because she's a Lockhart, were losing tickets.

Shawn D.: You're making it really hard to look on the bright side of things.

Mimi: Well, I had a couple of wonderful years with an incredible guy who loved me.

Shawn D.: Okay, there you go.

Mimi: But I didn't trust in his love. I should have listened to Belle. She kept saying, "Meems, tell Rex the truth so the two of you can decide together what to do." But I was so afraid of losing him that I couldn't tell him I was pregnant because he had told me a million times that he didn't want kids.

Shawn D.: Guys just say that. I think...girls are born wanting babies, I guess because you're the ones who give birth.

Mimi: Except I never will. You know, Shawn, I think about that sometimes.. I really think about that. And I just don't know if I can live with it. It's too awful. I'll never be pregnant again. I'll never... I'll never feel a baby kicking and moving inside me. And even if I adopt, I'll never get the chance to hear people say, "oh, she looks just like you."

Shawn D.: Stop. Just stop.

Mimi: And I'll never be in the hospital like Belle is and have people come to visit and ooh and ahh over the beautiful baby. You know what? I just realized something. I am on the rooftop. I shouldn't be up here. It's for lovers, for people who put their initials in the door.

Shawn D.: Okay, just because people put their initials in this door doesn't mean that they stay together. And I'm not just talking about you and Rex. For how long did I believe I was gonna spend the rest of my life with Belle? And things just didn't turn out that way. I did a lot of dumb things.

Mimi: Not as dumb as I did.

Shawn D.: Is this becoming, like, a contest now?

Mimi: Yes, it is. And for once in my life, I've won something. I lost Rex, and I lost the chance to ever be able to have a baby. I think it's God's way of telling me that I don't deserve to be happy.

Alex: You're a smart woman, Dr. Carver. You graduated in record time from med school. You're well-respected here at University. But a sex scandal -- now, that would put an end to all of it, so I am only going to say this one more time. Unless you want Abe and the rest of Salem to find out about your secret tryst with Detective won't even think about interfering with my treatment of Marlena Evans.

Lexie: It's Marlena Evans Black. And she's married to John Black, who loves her deeply.

Alex: And what is a marriage if she can't even remember the man she's married to?

Lexie: Yeah, exactly as I thought. You're not in support of Marlena's marriage.

Alex: I am committed to helping Marlena. That is what you brought me here to do.

Lexie: So my friend would recover her memory with her family, but that's not what's happening here. The longer you treat her, the more distant she seems to get from John and Belle.

Alex: You're imagining things. If I were you, I'd worry more about my own marriage and less about Marlena's. Your professional reputation as well as your future with Abe are on the line here. So if you want to maintain that status quo, you will not cross me.

[Knock on door]

Lexie: Come in.

John: Oh, man. You know, you're like that bad penny. Wherever I go, you always turn up.

Alex: I'm sorry you feel that way. Dr. Carver and I were just finishing up on a professional consultation. So, I will bid you both good night. Oh, Dr. Carver, please give my regards to your husband.

John: So, what did you find? Dig up any dirt on Dr. North?

Lexie: [Clears throat] No. No, I'm sorry. I haven't found out anything.. It's hard to get anyone to talk about him, for some reason.

John: He's a scam artist -- that's the reason. We just gotta find a way to prove it.

Lexie: John, look, I'm really sorry, but this is a bad time for me. I'm just very busy, and, well, I hope you don't feel like I'm flaking out on you or anything, but you'd probably have better luck checking into Alex's background than I would, anyway. You have access to all sorts of top-secret information, right? Would you excuse me? I need to go and give some bad news to a family. I have to go. Excuse me.

Belle: You just called her "Isabella."

Marlena: Did I?

Belle: That's my name.

Marlena: Yes, it is. [Sighs] You're so perfect, you sweet baby girl. You know what? Most babies don't have hair. They look like little old bald men, but not this baby girl. She's got hair. She's so beautiful. You are so beautiful. You're just... you're just like your mother.

Belle: Well, I'm just like my mother. [Both sigh] You know, I'm really happy that you and dad are getting closer. And now that I have my own daughter, I realize how important family really is.

Marlena: Mm...

Belle: You know, some say that this could be the best time of your life -- when your children are grown and you can spoil your grandkids. You love dad, and I know you're gonna remember that.

Marlena: Have you chosen Godparents yet? This little girl can't have too many people who love and adore her.

Belle: I agree. Yes, we have chosen Godparents -- Shawn and Mimi.

Marlena: Mimi?

Belle: Mm-hmm. She was at Sami's wedding with Shawn.

Marlena: Oh.

Belle: She's been my best friend forever. Well, lately we've been having kind of a tough time, but... you know what? Never mind. It doesn't matter. We don't need to talk about that.

Marlena: Mm, I can see why you'd want to have Shawn be part of her life. How does Philip feel about that?

Belle: He thinks it's a great idea.

Marlena: You know, you called out his name when you were in labor.

Belle: What, Shawn's?

Marlena: Yeah, your old boyfriend. You don't recall?

Belle: No. I guess I was out of my mind with pain.

Marlena: Well, now you know how it feels not to remember something.

Belle: Yeah, I guess I do.

Marlena: I didn't mean to upset you. I'm sorry. It just makes me wonder if you're really following your heart.

Belle: Oh, of course I am. I love Philip.

Marlena: Yeah, but you called another man's name.

Belle: And I don't have an explanation for that. It's weird. The only thing I can think of is that we were together for so long.

Marlena: But you married Philip.

Belle: And I'm gonna try to make my marriage work.

Marlena: You know what? You're newlyweds. That's often a very confusing time.

Belle: Mm-hmm, exactly. But Philip and I are growing closer every day. And now that we have this perfect little one, I think it's bonding us closer together than we already are, don't you think? I mean, it already has.

Marlena: I'm not sure I can give advice, Belle. One thing I do think is you deserve to be so happy.

Belle: Well, I am. And hopefully Shawn will move on with his life. It may take him a while, but he'll find happiness someday.

Jennifer: Julie, look what I'm doing for Jack. Would I be throwing him this huge party if I weren't madly in love with him?

Julie: Darling, I don't doubt the fact that you love Jack -- not at all. I am just saying that when you have had a yen for a guy and it's over, there still are times when you think about him.

Doug: Don't be offended, sweetheart. Julie has romantic ideas about every guy that she ever cared for. I would be jealous, except for the fact that I'm the one that goes home with her every night.

Julie: You bet.

Jennifer: Oh! Don't mind me over here.

Julie: Oh, are you still here?

Doug: She's teasing you, but I know that I am the one true love in Julie's life, just as Jack knows he's the only guy in yours -- always was, always will be.

Julie: But that does not stop me from remembering standing on the deck of an ocean liner, drinking champagne in the moonlight with... well, actually, nobody you know..

Doug: Oh, yeah? We had a big fight about it at the time.

Julie: I told you, darling -- nothing happened.

Doug: Oh, what a big liar you are.

Julie: A little white lie -- it's a kindness when you really love somebody.

Doug: And we really do. We really do. And it's great. Mmm...

Julie: All the dramas and comedies and ups and downs -- I have adored every day of them.

Doug: Boy, could we write a book about it. It would be a sizzler.

Jennifer: I would love to read it.

Julie: You'd be shocked -- shocked.

Jennifer: Julie, I'm a married mother of two. I could use a little shocking.

Julie: There are some things even you shouldn't know.

Frankie: Get a grip, Jack. This whole thing was your idea. Now you're blaming me and attacking me for what you asked me to do -- hell, what you begged me to do.

Jack: I didn't beg you to fall in love with her -- not in front of me.

Frankie: The hell you didnít. Making me dance with her at Alice's and then at Brady and Chloe's wedding. You leave us alone together all the time. You locked us in a closet, Jack.

Jack: All right, I did do that. But that doesn't mean I have to like it.

Frankie: No, it doesnít. It doesn't mean you can take a swing at me, either.

Jack: Look, you're right -- this is so complicated. But I know it's the right thing.

Frankie: Yeah, for one of us.

Jack: No, Frankie, no, Frankie, you are the right one. I know it. Jennifer has a romantic history with you. I just don't want to hear about it, that's all.

Frankie: From me, you wonít.

Jack: Look, Frankie, after I'm gone, Jennifer's gonna be alone -- all alone. Think of her trying to raise two kids by herself. Think of Jack Jr. Think of her trying to play catch with Jack Jr. She can't play catch.

Frankie: Jack, I have to admit, Jen -- she can't throw for a hill of beans, okay?

Jack: Unless she's angry, and then duck. Now, Hope, she's got an arm. Alice could out throw her any day, but not Jennifer.

Frankie: What, you want me to stick around just so I can teach Jack Jr. How to play baseball?

Jack: Y-- no. Y-- no. No, I just -- as long as it's not Patrick Lockhart.. That's all.

Frankie: Jack, come on, let me go, okay? Look, you can pick a guy. There are great guys out there that would love to be with her. Hell, any guy would fall in love with Jen because, let's face it, she's beautiful and sexy --

Jack: No, don't, please. The moccasins, man -- don't, not in front of me.. Look, it's not just anybody. It's someone special, someone who loves her as much as she loves them, and that's you. That is you.

Frankie: Look...I admit... the old feelings came back easier than I thought they would.

Jack: You see --

Frankie: Wait. Listen to me. And I mean this -- listen to me. If you've changed your mind, man, I respect that. I'll leave town without saying a word to anyone.

Jack: No, no, no. That's what I'm going to do.

Frankie: No, you're not. That's cruel.

Jack: Sometimes you gotta be cruel to be kind.

Frankie: That's a bunch of crap, and you know it. Do me a favor -- go to her. Tell her what's going on. All right? Give her what she wants.

Jack: You know her so well. What would that be?

Frankie: You. To be with you, to be next to the man she loves for as long as she possibly can. Fact -- none of us know how long we've got, okay? She's your wife. Make the best of it. I would do that if it was me.

Jack: You're gonna get your chance soon enough. In the meantime, this is what I have. It is not going to be pretty. It's going to be a slow, painful death. Jennifer's going to be there with me, but it won't be me after a while. It'll stop being me bit by bit by bit. Then it'll just be a body -- breathing, then not breathing. Breathing, then not breathing. Then not breathing. Then not breathing. See? It won't be nice. It's gonna be really ugly. I don't want her to go through that. She is my wife, and I love her, and this is my way of showing her that I love her. So just tell me right now -- you talk a lot, but do you walk the walk? You loved her once, but do you love her now? Do you love her enough to stick with me? Will you protect her?

Frankie: I hate what you're doing, Jack. But I know how much you love Jen. So, yeah, I'll keep your damn secret.

Jack: Thanks. Thanks, and I'm sorry about what I said earlier.

Frankie: Don't worry about it. Look, this illness -- Lexie said that there would be some neurological symptoms. Are you sure that you're thinking clearly?

Jack: Never clearer. That's what makes this all so hard.

Frankie: Okay.

Jack: Anyway, uh...I, uh... I hope you'll accept my apology.

Frankie: Absolutely... as long as you don't take another swing at me.

Jack: No, no, no, I'm -- no. I wonít. You're not gonna let me down, are you, Frankie?

Frankie: You have my word.

Jack: All right, then. As long as we understand each other. All right, all right.

Frankie: All right, Jack.

Jack: Thank you. Thank you.

Frankie: Okay.

Shawn D.: You are feeling really sorry for yourself.

Mimi: I know. I'm sorry.

Shawn D.: No, no, no, don't be sorry. You can be mad, angry, upset, frustrated, but do not be sorry -- not for who you are or what you did. You did what you thought was the right thing, and the person who has suffered the most here is you, so you don't have to apologize to anyone. We both have found out the hard way that life doesn't always turn out like we think it will. You know what? I'm gonna tell you who I think you really are.

Mimi: You don't have to do that.

Shawn D.: I know I don't have to do that, but I want to do that, so I'm going to. You are the sweetest, funniest --

Mimi: Yeah, I've been a real laugh riot tonight.

Shawn D.: Most talkative -- in a good way -- kindest -- and not just to furry animals or cute babies -- most giving woman that I know. Mimi, you worry about where polar bears are gonna go when the ice caps melt.

[Both laugh] You -- you love your mother no matter how nuts she makes you. And you will stay up to all hours of the night when a friend just needs to talk. You... you are everything that a man looks for in a partner. And you are incredibly worthy of love.

Mimi: Do you really mean that?

Shawn D.: Yeah, I -- I do.

Marlena: Well, the important thing to remember when you're taking care of a baby is that you know what you're doing.

Belle: I donít. When I was trying to nurse her earlier, I mean, isn't it supposed to be instinctual? If Lexie hadn't been there, I couldn't have gotten her to even latch on.

Marlena: Well, I think that's normal, though. Well, look, she's doing fine. She seems perfectly happy to me.

Belle: Yeah, right now. But when she cries, I don't know whether she's sleepy or hungry or needs to be changed, and then I always have to re-fasten her diaper like three times because I can't get it tight enough.

Marlena: I think that's why they invented velcro -- so you can do it over and over when you have to. That's probably the same problem all new parents have, don't you think?

Belle: Yeah, but I never even babysat growing up. And being the baby of the family, I have no idea what I'm doing.

Marlena: The most important part, the instinctive part, is just to -- just let her know how much you love her.

Belle: Yeah.

Marlena: You're doing fine there. I can see that you do love her and cherish her.

Alex: Excuse me, but, Marlena, we really should be going now.

Marlena: Oh. See you later.

Belle: Do you have to go?

Marlena: Yeah, but I'll come back and see you real soon. Bye-bye.

John: You're leaving so soon? We just got here.

Marlena: I really have to get back. Goodbye, John.

[Door opens]

John: Why'd your mother leave so quickly? Did something happen?

Belle: I don't know, dad. We were having a wonderful time. She was holding the baby and giving me advice. And then Dr. North came in, said she had to go, and she just left.

John: [Sighs]

Belle: I think -- I think she's starting to remember things. She was looking down at the baby and talking to her and called her Isabella. I think she was remembering when I was born.

John: Oh, baby, that's great. Then maybe she was on the right track.

Belle: I was really feeling like my mom was here with me. And then he came in, and she just went away. I mean, she was still standing there, but the person that I love and that you love and that loves her -- she disappeared. Dad, you have to get her to come back. I think you're the only person that can get through to her.

John: Don't you worry, Izzy. I'm gonna bring mother back to all of us. I don't care what I have to do.

John: Here we are busting ourselves up to try to get your past back when we don't know a damn thing about his.

Alex: All you had to do was ask.

Kate: We can work through it. I know we can.

Roman: If it were only that easy, Kate.

Lucas: You're a damn fool for letting her back into your life -- both of you.


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