Days Transcript Wednesday 11/2/05

Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 11/2/05 - Canada; Thursday 11/3/05 - U.S.A.


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Sami: It's true. It's true. You can't deny it anymore, Lucas. We belong together, and you feel it just like I do. I can tell by the way you kissed me.

Lucas: Wait a minute. You kissed me. You -- you caught me off guard.

Sami: Yeah, and that is exactly why you reacted the way that you did. You didn't have time to think about it. You just did what was in your heart. You love me.

Lucas: Yeah, I do love you. I admitted that. I didn't deny that, Sami, but we can't be together.

Sami: Why not?

Lucas: Why not? This is why not right here. You were Stan. You were something so horrible they actually made a Halloween costume.

Sami: It's not fair! I'm not Stan, okay?! Not anymore!

Lucas: What am I supposed to do, huh? Am I supposed to forgive and forget the fact you worked for Tony DiMera? You almost got me killed -- me and my two brothers and Shawn --

Sami: I explained why it happened, and Austin believes me. Why can't you?

Lucas: Austin believes you, huh? Austin hired you as his assistant. Now he's living with you, with Nicole. I think he's crazy.

Sami: He's not crazy, okay?

Lucas: What about the lies, Sami? What about the lies you told me and Will? Was that a mistake, too? That was an accident? I asked you -- I asked you to tell me if there was anything I should know before we got married. I wanted to know everything that happened in that war zone, and you told me everything, but you lied. Now I can't trust you. I can never forgive you for what you've done.

Sami: I'm sorry. You're right. It was a mistake.

Lucas: You think it was a mistake?

Sami: Yes, I do! I would do anything to take it back. Obviously, I should have been honest with you. I'm sorry. But you can't throw away our lives -- our whole future -- for this. Please, Lucas. You can’t.

Lucas: I'm sorry, Sami. I made up my mind, and there's nothing you or anyone else can say to change it.

Will: What about me, huh? Don't I have a say about this?


[Soft jazz playing]

Nicole: So, is this what you do -- cheer up down-on-their-luck women?

Austin: Well, if you're feeling better, I'm glad. But maybe I needed cheering up, too.

Nicole: What? Don't tell me you're down on your luck, too.

Austin: No, no, but I don't get out much. My social life has been very quiet.

Nicole: Get out! That is not the Austin I remember.

Austin: People change. I've become quite a workaholic.

Nicole: Wow, you have changed.

Austin: That's what I'm telling you.

Nicole: Yeah. I don't -- I still can't believe it. You must have a bunch of women waiting for you in New York.

Austin: Well, I'm not saying I live like a monk. I got out, but, you know... you know, just no one special.

Nicole: Why not? I mean, New York's filled with the most beautiful women in the world.

Austin: No question. Trouble is, I left my heart here in Salem.

Nicole: Who did you come back for, Austin? And why are you being so secretive about it?

Austin: Our table is almost ready.

Nicole: Good. I am starving.

Austin: Thank you for joining me for dinner. You look fabulous, by the way. I think we both needed to get out -- have a little break.

Nicole: You can say that again.

Austin: I think --

Nicole: But don’t.

Austin: [Laughing]

Nicole: Listen, not that I'm complaining, mind you, it's just that living and working in Sami's apartment -- yeah, it can feel a little crowded sometimes.

Austin: Yeah. I guess it does. Definitely not the Kiriakis mansion.

Nicole: No. No. But, believe it or not, in some ways, this is so much better because I can be on my own now, and I am starting to see that maybe -- just maybe -- there is life after Brady. Now I can...breathe for the first time in I don't know how long.

Austin: I'm glad.

Nicole: And I am glad to finally have some alone time with my boss, especially at Chez Rouge. It sure as hell beats Sami's mac and cheese in a box.

Austin: [Chuckles]

Nicole: Plus, I can write this whole thing off as a business meeting.

Austin: Oh, see? That's exactly the kind of thinking that got you hired.

Nicole: Thank you.

Austin: I think I should tell you the real reason why I asked you to dinner tonight.

Nicole: The real reason?

Austin: It's to talk about our future.


Bo: How we doing? We still in the black?

Hope: I don't know. I can't seem to get our checkbook to balance. I've done it three times, and I'm still off my hundreds of dollars.

Bo: Oh, this may have something to do with it. I didn't put it in the register yet. There you go.

Hope: You took another $250 out of the bank?

Bo: Yeah. That's to cover the money I gave Chelsea.

Hope: Right. Well, what do you know? That was it. Now we balance perfectly.

Bo: Good.

Hope: Not really. Your second very generous gift to Chelsea has put us way over our monthly budget.

Bo: Don't worry about it. We'll be okay.

Hope: Not if we keep this up. Bo, I am worried. Please tell me you're not gonna make a habit out of this.

Bo: I can't do that.


[Cellphone ringing]

Jack: Hello. Oh, uh, this isn't a good time. I'll call you back in a couple of minutes. Yeah. Right.

Jennifer: Jack? Jack?

Jack: Yes. Yeah, yeah, of course I'm still interested in the assisted suicide. I just -- I just need to know what to do. Really? Here in town? No, no, no. I-I think I know the place. Just let me -- let me get a piece of paper. I'm just gonna jot down -- yeah. Hanover Street and 13th. Yeah. No, no. That's -- that's good. It's all good. I'm just -- I'm on my way. Yeah, aren't we all, buddy? Aren't we all?

[Vehicle door closes]

Jennifer: Jack? [Dog barking in distance] Jack. Oh, let me try calling him again. [Screams] Oh, God.


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


Hope: So, wait a second. I'm sorry. I-- [Sighs] Are you saying you're gonna keep doling out hundreds of dollars of our money to Chelsea every time she just feels like hitting you up? It's that what you're saying?

Bo: What I've been saying, Hope, is I'm gonna talk to her about her spending before I give her anything else. I can't promise you I'm not gonna help her out when she needs it. I'm her father. She's got to know that she can depend on me. If that puts us over budget every now and then, well, we're gonna have to deal with that. We've got new responsibilities now.

Hope: I understand that. Hey, I'm not saying you should turn your back on your daughter. I would never ask you to do that. It's crazy.

Bo: Yeah.

Hope: I guess what I'm asking is that maybe -- maybe Billie should help out a little bit with the responsibility financially.

Bo: We're talking about my child here. She's not some extravagance we can cut back on.

Hope: Maybe if Chelsea cut back on a few extravagances, we wouldn't be having this conversation right now. [Sighs] I just wish you could see what she's doing. She is working you. She knows how anxious you are to have her accept you, bo. She's playing on your sympathies, and you're falling for it every time.

Bo: That is not what's happening.

Hope: Can you say "denial"? You know what? You've got complete blinders on when it comes to this girl.

Bo: This girl, as you so lovingly put it, is my flesh and blood, and if giving her a few dollars every now and then makes her feel like she has someone she can depend on, that's what I'm gonna do.


Jennifer: Oh, my goodness.

Frankie: You scared me.

Jennifer: I scared you?

Frankie: I'm sorry. Look, I thought someone was breaking in. Are you all right?

Jennifer: No, I'm not all right, but I'll be all right.

Frankie: Okay.

Jennifer: [Exhales deeply]

Frankie: What are you doing out here? I thought you and Jack went to bed..

Jennifer: We did. Then I woke up, and Jack was gone. He is out somewhere, and he shouldn't be out. If something happened to him, there's no one to help him. I got to find him.

Frankie: We'll find him. I'm sure he's gonna be okay. Everything's gonna be all right.

Jennifer: Oh, my gosh. I don't know what I would do without you.

Frankie: Don't worry.


Jack: [Exhales deeply] Okay. I'm officially creeped out. You know, maybe this wasn't such a good idea. Maybe it would be better to come back tomorrow. Yes, tomorrow would be a good idea. Tomorrow is another day -- in the daylight. Yes.

[Door creaking]

Man: Mr. Deveraux? [Chuckles] Yes. I've been expecting you.

Jack: Yes. Well, I was thinking maybe I could come back tomorrow.

Man: Please. Come in. Death awaits.


Nicole: You want to talk about our future?

Austin: Yes. I want you to know what a great job I think you're doing, just in case you haven't already noticed.

Nicole: Thank you. Yeah.

Austin: I knew you'd be good, but you're better than I expected. And I see what I hope will be a very long, mutually beneficial association.

Nicole: [Chuckles] That's what you meant by "our future."

Austin: Everything's on track. We are ahead of schedule. Soon we're gonna have an office space -- a real office space. Now that we've moved into development, it won't be long before we start rolling out our first line of products. That is gonna be the real acid test, you know? If it's a hit, the sky's the limit, Nicole.

Nicole: Austin, it will be a hit. I can't wait for Victor and Lucas to see what we have planned.

Austin: They're gonna be surprised.

Nicole: Well, they shouldn't be. When we teamed up at Titan, we kicked ass, and the whole industry knew it.

Austin: That's exactly why I chose you to be my partner in this little venture.

Nicole: [Chuckles]

Austin: Although I wouldn't mind... if we took things... a bit further.

Nicole: What do you mean -- "a bit further"?

Austin: You know what I mean.


Lucas: Buddy, you were eavesdropping. I told you that's not polite.

Sami: Wait. No. I think that will has a right to say what he thinks. I mean, he's part of this family, too. We want to know what you think, Will.

Will: It's just that...if you two still love each other -- and it seems like you do -- I just -- I think you guys should do whatever it takes to work things out and somehow be together.

Sami: Oh, Will.

Will: Dad, I'm not saying it wasn't wrong what mom did. She'll probably never be able to live down the fact that she was Stan. I especially hated that she lied to us.

Sami: I'm sorry, honey.

Will: Yeah, I know, mom. You're always sorry. But if you can just try trusting in dad's love, then you wouldn't have to get involved in all these crazy schemes.

Sami: You're right. You're right. [Sniffles] And, I promise, I have learned my lesson, Lucas. This family is the most important thing in the world to me, and I am gonna be a good wife and a good mother from now on. Look, no more revenge, I promise.

Lucas: Really? Until my mom does something to tick you off again, or somebody else does something, Sami? And that's when the lies and the secrets start all over. Look, I want to believe that you've changed. I really do. But I don't think you could help yourself.. I don't think you can control whatever impulse makes you do the things you do.

Sami: No! No, you're wrong! I have changed! I don't care about getting revenge. What I care about is this family -- you and Will. And I promise I will do whatever it takes to earn your trust again, and I promise you won't regret it. Please.

Will: I think she really means it this time, dad. What do you say? Give it a shot?

Lucas: I'm sorry, buddy. I can’t. I can't do it. I can't go down that road again. I'm not gonna put myself through that. I'm not gonna put this child through this again. I'm sorry. What your mom and I had -- it's through, it's over, and it's final. [Knock on door] Excuse me. [Door opens] Hey, uh, Sophie, you're a little early.

Sophie: I couldn't wait another minute to get my hands on you. You ready to celebrate?


Hope: Hey. I don't really believe that's what you want -- to spoil your daughter that way. You've always been a responsible parent. You've always said that you want your children to be prepared for real life. Even Billie agrees that we're not doing Chelsea any favors by spoiling her. She has to learn responsibility -- that her actions, be it frivolous spending or whatever, have consequences. And if you keep insisting on shielding her from that -- that reality -- then things are gonna be even tougher for her.

Bo: I'm not arguing with you, Hope. As I've said, if she comes to me for my help -- if she needs my help financially -- we're gonna agree on what she spends this money on. She's not gonna go out and blow it.

Hope: Thank you. That's all I was saying.

Bo: So, this argument's over?

Hope: It's not an argument. It was simply a discussion.

Bo: That was an argument.

Hope: Oh, my God. Are we gonna argue about whether it was an argument or not?

Bo: No, no, no. We're gonna kiss and make up.

Hope: [Exhales deeply] I think it was almost worth arguing to get a kiss like that.

Bo: Ha ha. You said "arguing."

Hope: "Discussion."

Bo: You said it.

Hope: "Discussion."

Bo: Mm-hmm.

Hope: Before we get into it again, I have some work to do. I need to answer some e-mails.

Bo: The game is on. I got to catch some couch time.

Hope: You do that.

[Television turns on]

[Computer keys clacking] Oh, my gosh.

Bo: What?

Hope: You should see the e-mail I got. You are not gonna believe who it's from.

Bo: Who?

Hope: Kathy Sullivan, an old school friend of mine from boarding school. I haven't heard from her in ages. She has a son about Shawn's age who's about to start law school. Last time I spoke to her, I told her Shawn was doing the same. Now she wants to know where he's going.

Bo: You okay?

Hope: Not really. I still can't believe that Shawn not only isn't going to law school, but he's not even gonna finish college. Instead, he's gonna throw his whole life away -- his whole future -- to be a mechanic in Max's garage.

Bo: Look, I know you're disappointed. I wish he'd finish school, too, but there's nothing wrong with being a mechanic in Max's gar-- he could make good money.

Hope: It's not about the money. It's never been about the money. And I'm not saying there's anything wrong with being a mechanic, because there's not. I just want the best for our boys.

Bo: Maybe this is what's best for him. I mean, some people search their entire lives to find something they enjoy doing. If this makes him happy, then maybe we should be happy for him.

Hope: I'm sorry, but I can't be happy that my son's not getting a degree..

Bo: Hope...

Hope: I'm sorry, but he made me a promise. He promised when he graduated from high school -- he promised he would finish college. And you know what? That's a promise I expect him to keep.

Bo: What are you saying?

Hope: I'm not letting it go. Shawn will get an education, even if I have to drag him every day to Salem U. until he graduates.


Frankie: Don't worry, okay? I'm sure wherever he went, he's fine.

Jennifer: I am not so sure. Someone just called his cellphone right now. Who would be calling him this late at night?

Frankie: That's a good question.

Jennifer: [Sighs]

Frankie: What's this?

Jennifer: What's what?

Frankie: A piece of paper.

Jennifer: What is that?

Frankie: It could be the clue we've been looking for.


Man: Well, aren't you coming in?

Jack: Uh, yes. Y-yes, of course. Wow. [Chuckles] The place reminds you of Harry Potter.

Man: Harry who?

Jack: Excuse me. This -- this is a bookstore, isn't it?

Grim Reaper: Oh, yes. Yes. With, uh -- we carry only very specialized books.

Jack: I see. Well, uh, I-I received a call earlier from the, uh, the assisted suicide hot line in Europe. They told me to come here.

Grim Reaper: Yes. I'm aware of your situation. You've come here to die.

(Theme music playing)


Lucas: Uh, Sophie, we're, uh, we're not alone. Come on.

Sophie: Oh, my God. I am so sorry. I didn't realize anybody else was here.

Sami: Oh, yeah. It would have made a really big difference.

Lucas: Look, she didn't know, all right? We have plans. We're going out.

Sophie: I wanted to help him celebrate his new job.

Sami: I'll just bet you did.

Lucas: Uh, will, you remember Sophie, right, from Alice’s..

Will: Uh, yeah. Hi.

Sophie: Hi, will.

Lucas: Um, I guess we better get going, buddy.

Sami: We'll be fine.

Lucas: Are you gonna be all right?

Will: Sure.

Lucas: All right. We'll talk tomorrow. I promise. Okay? But, uh, don't wait up for me tonight.

Sophie: Bye, Will. Sami.


[Door opens]

Lucas: Goodbye, Sami.

Sami: Hey, um, thank you so much for what you said, Will. I really appreciate it. But maybe you and I could hang out for a little while. You know, get some ice cream at Java Café or something?

Will: I-I can’t. I have homework.

Sami: Maybe some other time, huh?

Will: I don't think so. I think I'm gonna have a lot of homework this year.

I must admit I was awful bad

[Door slams]

While lovers laugh and music plays

I stumble by, and I hide my pain


Austin: So, bottom line, if we can get the skin and hair-care products approved by the FDA ahead of schedule, which I think we can, it'll be on the shelves in no time.

Nicole: It's all coming together, isn't it?

Austin: We'll see. We'll see. To actually pull this off, it's gonna take a lot of hard work. Things could get pretty grueling.

Nicole: Well, luckily, I don't have a problem with that. See, work is my life right now -- my whole life.

Austin: Still, everyone needs a break now and then. You know what they say. "All work and no play..."

Nicole: Yes. Well, what can I say, Austin? I mean, ever since Brady dumped me, there hasn't been a whole lot going on.

Austin: I'm sorry about what happened between you two.

Nicole: Thanks. You know, I should have known it would end up like this. As much as I loved him and I knew he loved me, I still knew that his heart would always be with Chloe. And as hard as it was when I thought she was dead, then she came back. I knew I'd never have a chance. And I don't know if I'll ever get over that.

Austin: I know what you mean. I know what it's like to love someone whose heart belongs to someone else. That's why I didn't come back to Salem sooner. I couldn't until I knew a certain someone was free.

Nicole: [Thinking] Damn it, Austin. Stop playing games and just tell me who it is. Is it me you're after or Sami?

Sami: [Sniffles] Lucas loves me. I know he does. There has to be some way that I can get him back.

Janet: Don't kid yourself, honey. If you think your man's ever coming back, you are sadly mistaken.


Bo: Hope... we got to let our son stand on his own two feet, make his own decisions about his life.

Hope: Of course I'll support him in whatever he ultimately does, including being a mechanic. Is it really so bad that I want my son to have a degree?

Bo: No, it's not bad at all, but you're talking about dragging him back against his will.

Hope: Okay, so maybe I was just exaggerating a little bit.

Bo: Yeah, right.

Hope: But I still want to have a serious conversation with him, and I'd really appreciate it that you be there and back me up when I do.

Bo: Hope, I will back you up. But when we talk to him, if he doesn't budge, I'm not gonna force him to do something against his will, just like I'm not gonna force Chelsea to do anything she doesn't want to do.

Hope: Well, you never have any luck in that department, not with Chelsea.. Shawn respects you.

Bo: Are you saying she doesn't?

Hope: Chelsea doesn't respect anyone, Bo.

Zach: Why are you fighting?

Bo: Oh, hey, there, tiny man.

Hope: Oh, sweetie.

Bo: Come here. We're not fighting. We're just kind of having a loud, noisy discussion.

Hope: I'm sorry, honey. Everything's okay. I'm sorry that we woke you.

Bo: I think I'll take him back up to bed.

Hope: You go right to bed, okay? I love you. Sweet dreams, okay, baby?

Bo: Say "good night, mommy."

Zach: Good night, mommy.

Hope: Good night, my love.

Bo: Come on. Here we go. Whoo-hoo.

Hope: What is happening to us, Bo? My God.


Jennifer: Are you sure we're in the right place?

Frankie: That's the address on the paper. You said that's his handwriting, right?

Jennifer: What would Jack be doing out here in the middle of the night in this part of town?

Frankie: We don't even know he's here. That could have been written a long time ago.

Jennifer: Yeah, that's true. But since we're already here...

Frankie: Oh, we're gonna check it out.

Jennifer: Thank you for coming with me and putting up with me through all of this. You could be home in a nice, warm bed right now.

Frankie: You should know by now that I'd do anything for you.

Jennifer: I do know. You have no idea how much I appreciate that. Oh, thank God you're here, Frankie.

Frankie: It's gonna be all right, and we'll find him.


Jack: I think there's been some mistake. I-I didn't come here, quite literally, to die.

Man: I know why you came here. We're the only place in Salem that carries underground publications on assisted... suicide.

Jack: Right. Right. Well, I can see that we're on the same page, so to speak.

Man: I understand that you're dying, and you don't have very long.

Jack: Right again. Well, so if I could just have the book, I could get -- I could go home to my wife before she wakes up. She'll be so upset. I mean, she'll kill me. She'll be so upset if she finds out.

Man: One moment. I'll get it.

Jack: Thank you. [Exhales deeply]

Man: You are aware there are other -- other options? You know that, don't you?

Jack: Yes, but I'm -- I'm afraid this is the only one that's going to work for me.

Man: The only way?


Nicole: There you go, mentioning that mystery woman you're so head over heels for again. You know, you're killing me.

Austin: I'm sorry. I don't mean to. I shouldn't have brought it up.

Nicole: No, it's not that, Austin, but you can't blame a girl for being curious. So, if you won't tell me who she is, will you at least tell me who she isn't?

Austin: It wouldn't be fair.

Nicole: To who?

Austin: [Chuckling] No. No.

Nicole: I don't understand why you're being so secretive. You never used to be like that. You used to tell me everything.

Austin: I'm older and wiser now, and I have learned -- learning to keep my mouth shut, at least until the time is right.

Nicole: Okay. I hear you. Now is not the time for distraction. Eyes on the prize.

Austin: Exactly. But that doesn't mean that we can't have fun after office hours.

Nicole: Hmm. What did you have in mind?

Austin: I would like to dance...with you.

Nicole: I thought you'd never ask.

Austin: Oh, great.

Nicole: [Chuckling]

Austin: Ooh!

Nicole: Wow.


Lucas: Look, Sophie, I think it's nice that you wanted to take me out to celebrate, but Chez Rouge is kind of pricey. I wish you'd let me treat.

Sophie: Unh-unh-unh. Forget it. Tonight's on me. And, besides, I thought we'd just start out here for drinks. We could toast to your wonderful, new future with one of Maggie Horton's sparkling ciders and then head over for burgers at buddy's.

Lucas: That sounds really good.

Sophie: Are you okay?

Lucas: Yeah, yeah. I'm fine.

Sophie: Did I interrupt something back at your place? I mean, it seemed a little intense. And not just because I practically jumped your bones in front of your son and your ex-fiancé.

Lucas: No, I'm okay -- really. It's fine. It's just Sami was, uh, trying to get us back together. She was pulling out all the stops.

Sophie: And? Any chance of that happening?

Lucas: No way in hell. What Sami and I had is over -- for good.

Sophie: I'm glad to hear that. I'll, uh, get us our drinks.

Lucas: Great. Thanks.


Sami: Um, do I know you?

Janet: No. But if your man is as big of a jerk as mine, trust me, he is never gonna take you back. He's already moved on to another pretty face. Forgot you ever existed.

Sami: That is not true. Lucas is not a jerk. He's wonderful.

Janet: Hey -- oh. You got a light?

Sami: I don't smoke.

Janet: Good for you. I'm trying to quit myself. I'm Janet, by the way.

Sami: Sami.

Janet: Sami, let me tell you something. My fiancé dumped me 'cause of a few little secrets I had. Said he couldn't trust me anymore. And finally I gave up trying to get him back.

Sami: How can you give up on true love?

Janet: Hey, sweetheart, love is a two-way street. I may have screwed up, but I ain't a fool for any man. While I was sitting home eating my heart out thinking he was doing the same, that dog had hooked up with another babe.

Sami: Well, it probably didn't mean anything to him. I mean, you could have gotten back together.

Janet: [Scoffs] Baby, you've been reading too many romance novels. This is real life. The two lovers don't end up together in the end 'cause Romeo's already moved on. You know what I'm saying? It's probably true in your case. I'll bet he's already out with a young hot one right now.

Sami: Sophie.

Janet: Yeah. So do yourself a favor. Don't let that creep make a fool out of you. Dry those tears. Pick yourself up, and move on, too. Get yourself a guy while you still got it. Don't end up like me. Hey, mister, you got a light?

Sami: Maybe she's right. Maybe I have to accept that it's over... and move on with my life. If Lucas can... so can I.


Bo: You go back to sleep, okay? [Smooches] Sweet dreams.

Zach: Daddy, tell me a story.

Bo: A story. Okay. A short one. How about a Curious George story?

Zach: No. Make one up.

Bo: [Chuckling] Make one up? All right. Let's see. Once upon a time, there was a prince who lived in the Kingdom of Salem with his princess bride -- the most beautiful princess in all the kingdom. They loved each other very much, and they were very, very happy together. But sometimes they had disagreements, like, um, the prince wanted the drawbridge up. The princess wanted it down. And, um, sometimes when they had these disagreements, they were so loud that it woke up their little boy -- the tiny man prince. But this didn't mean that, uh, they didn't love each other. In fact, they loved each other more and more every day. And you know what?

Zach: What?

Bo: The tiny man prince went back to bed, and he had the best dreams ever. And they all lived happily ever after.


Sophie: Well, I think it's time the two of us headed to our next stop, don't you?

Lucas: Definitely. If there's one thing I love, it's late-night burgers at buddy's. Come on. Whoa. Whoa. Wait a minute. I don't believe it.

Sophie: What?

Lucas: My brother and Nicole sharing a night out on the town without Sami.

Sophie: And why is that so strange?

Lucas: It's a long story, but, uh, the three of them are kind of involved.

Sophie: [Chuckling] What?

Lucas: Like I said, it's a long story. Come on. Let's go.

Sophie: Wait. Um, before we leave, I've been dying to do this all night. And, uh, since we're really alone and your ex isn't watching...

Lucas: [Exhales deeply] Wow. You're a really good kisser.

Sophie: You're not so bad yourself.


Sami: [Sighs] Wow. I need a drink.

[Soft jazz playing]

Austin: Well, thank you. I rather enjoyed that.

Nicole: My pleasure.

Austin: It looks like our table's ready.

Nicole: Oh. Uh, thank you. Ohh! Oh, God.

Sami: [Scoffs] Oh, no way, Nicole. I'm not gonna let you get away with this.


Man: Here's the books you requested, sir.

Jack: [Exhales sharply] Thank you. [Exhales sharply] This is it. It's what I've been looking for. The answers.

Jennifer: Jack!

Jack: Huh? Oh.

Jennifer: What are you doing here?

Jack: Jennifer.

Jennifer: What is this?

Jack: N-nothing.

Jennifer: Oh, my gosh. I can't believe you're doing this.


Mimi: What kind of monster am I? You must think I'm a horrible person. You must have lost all respect for me.


Man: You're gonna have a lot more power than you need.

Jack: : It's really gonna blow 'em away.

Jack: What's wrong? You look like you've seen a ghost.

Jennifer: I know exactly what's going on.


Marlena: I'm going to stay faithful to John. I'm going to honor my wedding vows.

Alex: What?

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