Days Transcript Tuesday 10/25/05

Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 10/25/05 - Canada; Wednesday 10/26/05 - U.S.A.


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Mimi: Agghhh!

Shawn D.: Whoa! Whoa! Hey! Before you break something, what, uh, what's wrong?

Mimi: Everything.

Shawn D.: What do you mean?

Mimi: Rex used to help me manage my money, what little I had, and now that I'm doing it by myself, well, everything's just going really, really wrong.

Shawn D.: Relax. How?

Mimi: I don't know. I just balanced my checkbook, and somewhere along the line, I must have forgotten to enter a check or I made some kind of arithmetic mistake. Bottom line is I don't have enough money in my account to pay for my tuition.

Shawn D.: Are you sure?

Mimi: I'm positive. I checked, and I double-checked. I am broke. I don't know what the hell I'm gonna do.

Shawn D.: Well, before you freak out any more than you already have, have you thought about other ideas, like financial aid?

Mimi: I already missed the deadline.

Shawn D.: Okay, well, that's just one idea. How about your mom?

Mimi: Oh, right. She spends everything she makes and then some. And now that she doesn't have Mickey paying her bills, she's in debt up to her eyeballs. Shawn, I am screwed.

Shawn D.: No, you're not, 'cause I'm gonna help you out.


Max: All right. So, what do you think of the place, huh? What do you think?

Frankie: Well, I think it's great that you want to invest some of your winnings.

Max: Yeah?

Frankie: I'm just not sure this is the best way to do it. That's all.

Max: Why is that?

Frankie: It's pretty quiet. I mean, do you have any customers on the pipeline, or...

[Engine idles in distance]

Max: I wonder who that could be. [Chuckles] There he is. Frankie, I'd like you to meet my first customer.


Gloriane: Oh, you have beautiful skin, my dear. But, then, youth is beauty. I'm afraid there won't be much I can do to improve on it.

Chelsea: I don't care. I've waited way too long to pamper myself. Now that I can afford it, I'm going all out, whether I need it or not.

Gloriane: Well, you're not kidding. From all you've had done, it appears you hit the lotto.

Chelsea: Actually, I kind of did.


Jennifer: Thank you again for treating me to this day at the spa. I'm sorry I wasn't better company.

Hope: Oh, sweetie. I just thought it might do you some good to get out of the house. Call me later?

Jennifer: Yeah. Thanks again.

Hope: Jen, oh, honey. You forgot your scarf. Oh, sweetie.

Jennifer: How am I gonna do this, Hope? Tell me. How am I gonna get through this?


Jack: You can't do it, Billie. You can't tell Jennifer what I have planned. You promised me that you would not tell her what I have planned.

Billie: Jack, I will not just stand idly by and not say anything to anyone, especially your wife, while you commit suicide. How could you even do such a thing? Your family loves you. They'll want to be with you in the end, when you -- when you -- you know what I mean.

Jack: Yes, I do know what you mean. When I die a slow, painful, withering death. I won't put them through that. I've put them through enough. I want that to be the final memory of our time together. I'd die first. I mean, well, you know what I mean.

Billie: No, Jack, I really donít. I understand you wanting to spare them, but there has to be another way.

Jack: There isnít. There just isnít. I've worked it all out. I've done the research. This is the only way. It's what I have to do. If you can't help me... I'll have no choice but to disappear and do it myself.


Like sands through the hourglass, so are the Days of Our Lives.


Jack: Yeah, well-traveled room?

Billie: This is crazy, Jack. It's wrong. And if you don't give Jennifer the chance to say a proper goodbye, I don't think she'll ever forgive you... for as long as she lives.

Jennifer: Oh, you know, you'd think that I'd be prepared for this. It's not like I haven't done this before...twice.

Hope: Nothing could prepare you for this.

Jennifer: God, why does this keep happening to us? Why is my husband sick? I hate this disease. I hate it so much, Hope. I wish to God that there was something I could do to stop it. I would do anything.

Hope: There is something you can do. In fact, there's something we can both do, and that's pray for a miracle, 'cause we both know they're possible.

Jennifer: Yes, I know that miracles are possible. But it's gonna take more than prayer right now. It's gonna take hard work, and it's gonna take perseverance. And I am gonna find out everything that I can about this mystery ailment. There has to be information. There has to be research, experimental treatments -- something. Jack is not the only person with this disease. So, as long as my husband has breath in his body, I am not giving up.

Hope: And you shouldn't, because anything is possible, and believe that.

Jennifer: I do believe that. I need to go. I have some things to take care of.

Hope: Jen, if there's anything I can do, please...

Jennifer: I'll call you. I'll let you know.

Hope: Are you sure you're okay to drive?

Jennifer: Yes. I promise. I'm fine.

Hope: Be careful, okay? Be careful driving.


Gloriane: Okay. There we go. Honey, what's wrong? You're crying. Did I hurt you?

Chelsea: No. No. The facial was great. Um... it's just my mom and I -- my adoptive mom -- we just always used to talk about coming here together. We even planned this whole "girls day out" thing for her birthday. Only, it never happened because sh-- because she died.

Gloriane: Oh. Poor baby.

Chelsea: Yeah. Um, my life has pretty much sucked since then.

Gloriane: You know, I'll bet your mother's right here with you now. Mm-hmm. She's up in heaven, smiling down at her beautiful daughter. She's so happy that you've done this for yourself, that you've picked yourself up and were able to come here and treat yourself to this wonderful day.

Chelsea: [Chuckles] Yeah, only she'd say I was being way too extravagant.

Gloriane: Well, maybe, but, you know, we all need a little spoiling now and then. Hmm? A little escape from the real world. [Chuckles] And when you're at Gloriane's, you can pretend that you are Cinderella going to the ball.

Chelsea: Cinderella had it easy. She only had one wicked-stepmother type..

Gloriane: You just relax here for as long as you like, okay?

Chelsea: Thank you.

Gloriane: All right, sweetheart.

Chelsea: [Sighs] [Sniffs]

Hope: Chelsea. Hi. I was hoping we could have a little chat.


Mimi: Thank you for wanting to help me. I really appreciate it, but there's really not much you can do. I know what you make at Alice's, and it's not enough for parking, let alone my tuition.

Shawn D.: That's true. But there is another way to get the money.

Mimi: What, you gonna rob a bank?

Shawn D.: Close -- my trust fund.


Frankie: Bo is your first customer? Our brother?

Max: Yeah. He called me up and said, "hey, I need a tune-up on my bike." So I said, "hey, I just opened up a shop. Why don't you bring it in?"

Bo: Yeah, but something tells me I'm not gonna get the Brady rate here.

Frankie: Come on, the kid's gotta turn a profit.

Bo: Fine with me, as long as the kid does good work.

Max: Hey, you know I will. All right? And you can tell all your biker buddies, who tell their buddies, and pretty soon I'll have much more work than I can handle.

Frankie: Hey, you made me think, here -- maybe you should hire another mechanic. You know, someone to run the place while you're out on the circuit.

Max: Yeah, that's not a bad idea. But, you see, the problem is you can't find anyone good enough and someone trustworthy enough to do that. I don't know anybody like that.

Bo: I know someone.

Max: Who's that?

Bo: My son -- Shawn. He could use a few extra bucks, he works hard, and he knows his way around an engine. Sometimes he's trustworthy.


Max: Okay, yeah. Great, okay. Bring him in. I'll -- tell him I want to talk to him.

Bo: All right. Now, uh, the bike?

Max: Yes, yes, yes. All right, I can see you haven't brought it in, in a while.

Bo: She does need some attention.

Max: Mostly specialty parts, which I'll have to spring for up front. Would you mind paying half in advance, in cash?



Bo: I'm gonna give you another 250 bucks. But this time I want you to promise me to be a little more careful, all right? Don't spend it all in one place.

Chelsea: I promise.

Bo: Okay, um... 250 bucks.

Chelsea: You know what? I don't really need that much.

Bo: It's all right. I'll hit the atm.

Chelsea: Are you sure?

Bo: Yes, I'm sure. Take it. This time, like I said, be more careful. I want this to last a little longer, okay?

Chelsea: Okay, I will. I'll be extra careful. Thanks, dad. You're the best.

Bo: Oh, you're welcome.


Bo: You know what, Max? You caught me flat broke here. I don't have any cash on me.

Max: That's all right. I know you're good for it. And I know where you live.

Bo: Yeah. Um, I know parts are expensive. That's kind of why I haven't brought her in. You see, I just bought this boat.

Max: Enough said. That's okay.

Frankie: I got a call to make, so excuse me.

Max: You can use the phone in the office.

Bo: Max, we need to talk.

Max: Sure. About what?

Bo: About your relationship with my daughter.

Max: What about my relationship with Chelsea? Is there some kind of problem?

Bo: Well, little brother, you got a reputation.

Max: Don't believe everything you hear.

Bo: You can pretty much get any girl you want, including Chelsea.

Max: Bo, Frankie's already given me a lecture, okay? So I don't need another one.

Bo: Well, this isn't a lecture. It's a warning. She's been through an awful lot. She's vulnerable.

Max: I know that. All right? I understand. I was there, and I've been through that in my own way. I was still a little kid when I went into foster care. I was still pretty freaked out for a long time, even after your parents adopted me, okay? I just want to let you know, you have nothing to worry about, okay? We put the brakes on. We're taking things slow.

Bo: So, I have your word you won't take advantage of her?

Max: Absolutely. You've got my word.

Bo: Good...'cause if anyone hurts my daughter, they'll have to deal with me.


Chelsea: Speak of the devil. I was just talking about you.

Hope: Were you?

Chelsea: Yeah. I was telling Gloriane all about my new family.

Hope: Chelse, honey, I know it hasn't been easy for you to deal with all that. And you and I sort of got off on the wrong foot. But I really want to change that. I want us to start fresh. I mean, you're my stepdaughter. I really want for us to have a good relationship.

Chelsea: I'm not the one that's had a problem with that.

Hope: Oh, wow. My goodness. Would you look at this? You've really gotten the works here today, haven't you? Manicure, pedicure, aroma-glow body scrub, facial with mud mask, massage with special oils -- wow. This sounds wonderful. Pricey... yeah, very pricey. I assume Billie or Kate are probably picking up the tab.

Chelsea: Not that it's any of your business, but I've been feeling really stressed out lately. I decided to splurge.

Hope: Well, why not? I mean, we all need that now and again, don't we? I mean, honestly, Chelsea, I have to -- well, I have to admit, this is pretty much a pretty big splurge for me, too. A few years ago, we had some major financial setbacks, and if it wasn't for some very diligent saving, Bo and I wouldn't have been able to send Shawn to college.

Chelsea: And your point is...

Hope: Just that if you're saving money to go to college, blowing the bank at Gloriane's Spa probably isn't the best way of doing that. If you have extra money left over, you might try to save a little. Put it aside. So if you do need it, you actually have it.

Chelsea: Oh, my God. I know what this is about now.

Hope: Excuse me?

Chelsea: You don't want me spending money because you don't want my dad to have to help me pay for college. You don't want him spending any of your money on me, right?


Jack: I'm sorry I ever told you. I never should have said anything, but I figured...we're friends. I could trust you. And then you promised that you wouldn't say anything.

Billie: That was before I knew what you were planning. I'm sorry, Jack. Please don't hate me. I have to break my word, for your own good and your family's.

[Door closes]

Jennifer: Anybody home?

Billie: Hi, Jen.

Jennifer: Hey, Billie. Hey. I'm sorry I'm late.

Jack: You're not late. You were supposed to be late. I told you to be late, take your time, have a good time. So, um, the spa -- how was it? Were you glad you went?

Jennifer: Yeah, it was fine.

Jack: Good.

Jennifer: Are you feeling okay? Did something h-happen while I was gone that you're not telling me?

Jack: No, no.

Jennifer: Jack, if you're keeping something from me, I'm gonna be very upset.

Jack: Nothing happened. Everything's fine. Nothing happened. No emergency. I was just here with Billie, reminiscing, talking about old times.

Jennifer: Billie, is that true?

Billie: Yeah.

Jennifer: I'm -- I'm sorry. I don't mean to imply that you're lying or accuse either of you of keeping secrets. It's just...Jack kept his illness from me for so long and how serious it was that, you know, I keep wondering sometimes if he's keeping something else from me..

Jack: No. Nothing. I'm not keeping anything from you.

Jennifer: Okay. Well, then the two of you can get back to your reminiscing.

Billie: No, you know what? I gotta go. I have a business meeting.

Jennifer: Oh. Um, does the I.S.A. -- they have you on a case?

Billie: No, no. Actually, Victor called me. He wants me to come back to Countess Wilhelmina and do some consulting. So I thought maybe that's a good idea since I have a daughter in Salem.

Jennifer: Oh, yeah. How are things going with Chelsea?

Billie: Great! Good! Not so good. Really, it's -- slowly, it's coming along, you know? We're making progress. She's really making an effort. She's a good kid, so...

Jennifer: Good. Well, I hope everything works out for the two of you.

Billie: Thanks. Okay, gotta go.

Jennifer: Bye, Billie.

Jack: I'll see you out.


[Door opens]

Jack: Billie, Billie. Look...if you don't want to help me, that's fine. But please...promise me that you won't tell Jennifer. Just don't -- don't breathe a word of this to anyone, please. If you ever considered me a friend...just consider this my dying wish.

Billie: I won't say anything to her.

Jack: Thank you. Oh, thank you, thank you. You have no idea what this means to me.

Billie: I still pray you change your mind.

Jack: [Sighs sharply] No. I wonít. Bye, Billie.

[Door closes]


Jennifer: Hey. Was Billie okay? She seemed upset.

Jack: Well, she -- she was.

Jennifer: I know. I know. She has a lot of concerns with Chelsea right now. How are you feeling?

Jack: Me? I'm -- I'm okay. I'm fine. I'm fine. What's all this?

Jennifer: Well, I'll tell you. On the way home today, I stopped at university hospital, Jack, and I did a little research on your disorder.

Jack: And what did you find?

Jennifer: I figured out a way to beat it, Jack.


Mimi: Shawn, what are you talking about? I didn't think that you even had access to your trust fund.

Shawn D.: I donít. But I could ask Victor for an advance.

Mimi: You know what? That is the nicest thing that anyone has ever wanted to do for me. But, no, I can't let you.

Shawn D.: What's the big deal?

Mimi: It is a big deal. That money is for your future. I wouldn't feel right about you dipping into it.

Shawn D.: I don't feel right about you not having enough money for school. I know how hard you've worked and how bad you want to finish.

Mimi: Well, it's not your problem, okay? I'm not gonna let you break into your trust fund. You won't even touch it, yourself. You want to make it on your own, and so do I..

Shawn D.: So, what are you gonna do?

Mimi: The only thing I can do -- take a semester off and get another job, and hopefully I'll save up enough so I can go back next term.

Shawn D.: You are amazing.

Mimi: Why?

Shawn D.: Why? Because you never let anything get yourself down, at least not for very long. Most people, I think, would just quit right now, but you want to kill yourself working two jobs so you can stay in school and finish, and on top of that, you won't take any help from anyone.

Mimi: That's not true. You have helped me every day since Rex left. If it wasn't for you, I think I would have lost it a long time ago.

Shawn D.: You have been there for me, too.

Mimi: Well, we're pretty lucky, aren't we, to have each other? I mean, as friends.

Shawn D.: Right, just, um, just purely...friends.

Mimi: You know what? I have to go.

Shawn D.: Wait. Why?

Mimi: I have to go find my other job.

Shawn D.: Right now? This minute?

Mimi: Yeah. No time to waste, really.

Shawn D.: Okay.

Mimi: But listen -- thank you so much for your offer. It's really sweet. I'll never forget it, okay?

Shawn D.: [Sighs] Whew. [Knock on door] Hey, hey, did you -- you forgot your keys, didn't you? Are these yours? I don't know which ones are -- dad. Hey, what are you doing here?

Bo: Think I got you a job.


Frankie: All right. Hey, congratulations. Looks like you got yourself another gig. At least a starting one, anyway.

Max: It's not exactly a thrill ride, but at least it'll keep me out of trouble till next season, right?

Frankie: Right. Max, I hate to bring this up, but I, uh, I overheard what Bo said to you about Chelsea.

Max: Then you must have overheard what I said to him. Chelsea and I are taking it slow. We're just hanging out, having a good time. And I know she's not in a place right now where she's ready for anything else.

Frankie: No, she's not.

Max: Frankie, you don't need to worry, okay?

Frankie: I do worry, bro. Look, I-I-I believe you when you say you want to do the right thing. But I know you. And you have a tendency to go too far, and then there's no turning back.


Mimi: I know I don't have any receptionist experience, per say, but I am really good with people, I'm a quick learner -- I think I could pick it up really quickly.

Gloriane: Oh, I'm sure you would. Your resume looks great, Mimi. I just need to check a few references and then I can let you know, okay?

Billie: No need for that, Gloriane. I can vouch for Mimi. She'd be wonderful.

Mimi: Well, thank you, Billie. But I'll understand if you need to call a few places -- you know, people I've worked for.

Gloriane: Oh, well, if Billie says she'll vouch for you, that's good enough for me.

Mimi: So you two must know each other pretty well.

Gloriane: Oh, yeah.

Billie: Oh, we go way back.

Gloriane: [Laughs] She only helped create my most successful product line, which is still going strong. Thank you very much.

Mimi: Wow. I didn't know that.

Gloriane: Mimi, you've got the job.

Mimi: Really?!

Gloriane: Yes, really. I think you'll be a very nice addition.

Mimi: Well, thank you, Gloriane. Thank you so much. And thank you, Billie. You got me a new job.

Billie: Anything for Patrick's little sis, okay? Congratulations.

Mimi: Yay!

Billie: Yay! Whoo-hoo!


Hope: No, no, no. Chelsea, that is not at all what this is about. If you need money to go to college, mark my words, Bo and I will make it happen. I was just offering my advice. And if, thanks to Kate and Billie's generosity, you do happen to have some money left over, why not put a little aside? Or donate some to a worthy charity. Mothers against drunk driving? Or something that's especially meaningful to you.

Chelsea: You know I just helped do sign-ups for the "light the night" walk, okay? Abby and I brought in a ton of money.

Hope: That's great. Chelsea, I am really, truly proud of you. And Jennifer was telling me that Abby was also saving money to help children affected by aids in Africa. I guarantee you, the good feeling you get from giving and making a difference in someone's life like that -- it's gonna last a lot longer than your manicure.

Chelsea: Fine. I'll donate 10 bucks. Where's your donation, Hope?

Hope: I plan on writing a check. Thank you so much for contributing. Little bit here, a little bit there.

Chelsea: You really think I'm a spoiled brat, don't you?

Hope: No. I donít. I don't know you. But I'd like to. I'm sure there's an awful lot I could learn.

Chelsea: [Scoffs] Come on, Hope. The only reason you're even talking to me is probably because Bo told you to be nice, which -- that's hardly even what I'd call it.

Hope: Chelsea, please. Bo and I both want to include you in our lives. You're part of our family now. In fact, I'd really love to invite you over for dinner. Get to know your brothers. If you would just give a little bit of effort, I think you would actually find that things aren't quite as bad as you think they are.

Chelsea: You're just full of all sorts of advice, aren't you? God, you'd almost think you were my mom and not my stepmom.

Hope: [Chuckles]

Chelsea: But you know what? I've got some advice for you, too, Hope. Just because you're married to my dad doesn't mean you're safe.

Hope: What's that supposed to mean?

Chelsea: I think you know. As long as my mother, Billie, is around, you'd better watch your back.


Jennifer: Jack, I couldn't believe it. It was right there on the computer in the medical library. According to one study, it seems that in some cases that diet and the proper combination of vitamins and herbs can slow down the disease, possibly indefinitely, Jack.

Jack: Jennifer --

Jennifer: No, it makes sense. It does. I really think there is something to this, so on the way home I stopped at the health-food store. I got everything that they recommended, and if you start the regimen right away, you can see results in as little as six to eight weeks.

Jack: I may not have six to eight weeks.

Jennifer: Of course you do. You have months to live, Jack. You've nothing to lose. Look, I know that you're being skeptical, but I am not offering you false hope, I promise you. If there was just a way that you could see all this research that I read -- wait a minute. You can. You can. I can pull up the hospital mainframe and show you all this information, Jack.

Jack: You don't have to sh--

Jennifer: Just read it first and then tell me, okay? Just hold on. [Gasps] Oh, my gosh. Have you lost your mind?


Gloriane: So, you're back at the helm at Countess Wilhelmina. That's fantastic, Billie.

Billie: Well, I'm just doing a little bit of consulting for now. But I do have a few ideas for sort of reinvigorating the product line.

Gloriane: Great.

Billie: Besides new packaging and a new ad campaign, I have an idea for a budget-friendly line of skin-care products.

Gloriane: That is a great idea.

Billie: Yeah? Okay. I'd love your input on it.

Gloriane: Yeah, sure.

Hope: Hey, Billie. Hi.

Billie: Hope, hi. I didn't know you were here. Actually I was just on my way out. Gloriane, thank you. Everything was really wonderful.

Gloriane: Excellent. Now, if you ladies will excuse me a minute, I have to check on a client.

Billie: Okay. We'll talk later, though.

Gloriane: I look forward to it.


Hope: I assume you're here to pick up Chelsea.

Billie: Chelsea? Chelsea's here?

Hope: Yeah, you didn't know she was here?

Billie: No, I didnít. What's she getting?

Hope: From the looks of it, just about everything.

Billie: Really.

Hope: Yeah. I was pretty surprised, myself. Bo gave her money not that long ago, but even if she had some left, there's no way she could ever cover the bill like that. Then again, I guess she probably gets plenty of money, maybe from you, Kate --

Billie: No, no, Hope. I told you, I am trying to teach her how to be responsible. I didn't give her any cash. And I made my mother promise not to give her any, either.

Hope: Well, she's getting the money from somewhere. You should have seen the wad of cash she pulled out of her purse.

Billie: Oh, gosh. I don't have a good feeling about this. I really, really donít. I know I should confront her, but I know if I do that, there will just be another big blowup.

Hope: Billie, remember what you told me. You cannot back off from being a parent or being concerned about your child because you're afraid they're gonna get mad at you. Trust me, okay? In the long run, you won't be doing either one of you a favor.

Billie: You're right. You're right. I know you're right. I have to figure out a way to handle this...and Chelsea... before she gets herself into any real trouble.


Sales Person: That top would look darling on you. With your figure?

Chelsea: It would, wouldn't it? But I can't afford it.

Sales Person: Are you sure? It's practically made for you. Why don't you just charge it?

Chelsea: I don't have a credit card. But if you'll take a postdated check, I know I could get my dad to cover it.


Shawn D.: Dad, um, what job are you talking about?

Bo: Your uncle Max has opened this garage, and he's talking about getting a mechanic. I brought up your name. He said, "come on down and have a talk."

Shawn D.: Definitely, yeah. That sounds great, actually.

Bo: Yeah, I thought so, and I kind of figured the hours would be flexible so you can do that and go to school at the same time.

Shawn D.: Um...about school, um...

Bo: What about it?

Shawn D.: [Chuckles] I'm not going back.

Bo: [Chuckles] Like hell you're not.

Shawn D.: I am all grown up now, dad, and you can't tell me what to do, so...

Bo: [Sighs] Shawn, you know how important an education is. You can't get a decent job these days without a degree.

Shawn D.: I don't believe that. Look at you and mom.

Bo: Your mom and I want better for you.

Shawn D.: I think you guys did just fine. Look, I have a couple years of college under my belt. That's enough for me. I'm ready to start my life.

Bo: Your mom is gonna go through the roof. Everyone else in her family has got a degree. They're doctors, lawyers. You were gonna go to law school.

Shawn D.: That was before I knew what I wanted and before I got in trouble. But look -- I know now I don't want to sit behind a desk. Mom just has to understand that college is not for everyone.

Bo: [Sighs] All right. You're right. You're an adult. You can make your own decisions. But do me a favor. Please think about this thing again, would you?

Shawn D.: Dad, I have thought about it. I'm not going back to school.


Max: I'm not gonna go too far with Chelsea -- trust me.

Frankie: I want to, Max. Can you understand why I'm concerned? In the past, you haven't been able to control yourself.

Max: Damn it, Frankie! I'm in control, okay? You don't have to worry about me.


Hope: It's not easy being the bad guy. Believe me -- I know. Sometimes it's the only way.

Billie: Thanks, Hope. But at this point I feel like no matter what I do, it's the wrong thing.

Hope: Welcome to parenthood.

Billie: Okay. I guess I'd better go find my wayward daughter and have a little mother/daughter chitchat.

Hope: Good luck.

Billie: Thanks. I'll need it.


Chelsea: You and grandma Kate were both really hookers? I thought Sami was just being a jealous bitch, but she was telling the truth?

Billie: In a manner of speaking.

Chelsea: What the hell does that mean?

Billie: I told you, when I was young, I was on the wild side.

Chelsea: Billie, being a prostitute is a little more than being wild.

Billie: Yeah, you're right.

Chelsea: And you have the nerve to judge me?


Hope: Hey, Meems! What are you doing here?

Mimi: Hi, Mrs. Brady. I work here now. I just got a job.

Hope: Oh, my gosh. That's great. I thought you were working for your mom..

Mimi: Oh, I am. I'm working both jobs now.

Hope: Oh, my gosh, that's an awful lot to handle with school, isn't it, honey?

Mimi: Yeah, but, actually, I have to take some time off from school to save up some money.

Hope: Oh, no. Are you sure? Isn't there some other way? They say people who leave never go back.

Mimi: Oh, no. That won't be me. I am definitely going back next semester..

Gloriane: And you need to tell that roommate of yours to do the same. If he quits college, he'll regret it, just like my son did.

Hope: What did you say? Mimi's roommate?

Gloriane: Oh, there goes my big mouth again. Sorry.

Hope: What's she talking about? What is going on? She can't be referring to Shawn.

Mimi: I-I should probably stay out of it.

Hope: I-I don't know where you got your information, but Shawn's not quitting school. He's going back to Salem University if I have anything to do with it.


Bo: Well, Shawn, if this is what you really want... I've got no choice but to support you, and I do.

Shawn D.: Thanks. I knew you'd see it my way, eventually.

Bo: Right.

Shawn D.: Look, dad, this may not be the best time to be asking, but, um, I'm kind of short on cash right now. I was wondering if you could loan me a couple bucks, just to get through the month. Uh, I'll have it as soon as I get another job. Hopefully this thing with Max will work out.

Bo: This is not the best of times. I don't have any cash right now. But if you want to swing by the house later --

Shawn D.: No, you know what? It's not that urgent. I really don't want mom to think that I'm broke. She has enough to worry about.

Bo: Yeah. I'll try to smooth things over about this school thing. You owe me big-time. It's not gonna be easy.

Shawn D.: I know. I know. Hey, I'm sorry I'm such a disappointment.

Bo: Ugh. You're not a disappointment. I love you. I'll support you with whatever you want to do... almost. Yeah, I wish you'd become a lawyer, support me in my old age. Listen, I'm proud that you had the guts to follow your heart and be your own man. All I want is for you to be happy.

Shawn D.: I know. And I am. Just hope mom sees it that way.


Jennifer: What in the world? Why did you unplug the computer?

Jack: This is it. This is definitely the way to long as Jennifer doesn't find out.

Jack: This was the only way I could get you to stop, to listen to me for a moment. It's important that you hear what I have to say.

Jennifer: It's important that you see this research that is being done with this holistic treatments. It can make all the difference.

Jack: All right, fine. I'll do whatever you say. I'll take vitamins, herbs... wood bark, whatever. I'll take it as long as you listen to me and understand that this disease is irreversible.

Jennifer: I am not giving up. I wonít. We have to keep fighting, Jack.

Jack: Jennifer [Sighs] You have to accept the fact that I am going to die.

Jennifer: Just pro-- just promise me one thing -- that when the time comes, you will let me be there with you. It's all I ask.


Alex: I just need you to do what I tell you to. Can you do that?

Marlena: Mm-hmm.

Alex: Excellent.


Frankie: He beat us to the punch.

John: The hell he has -- no way North's getting away with this.



Hope: I ran into Chelsea at the spa today. You definitely have your hands full.


Chelsea: Hope doesn't know yet, does she?

Shawn D.: She does not.

Chelsea: I wouldn't want to be you when she does find out.

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