Days Transcript Thursday 11/3/05

Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 11/3/05 - Canada; Friday 11/4/05 - U.S.A.


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Jennifer: Are you seriously buying this?

Jack: You followed me.

Jennifer: Yes. I'm glad I did follow you.

Jack: I can explain.

Jennifer: No, you don't have to explain. I am so glad that you are finally taking my advice.

Jack: Well, we aim to please.

Jennifer: I have read so many articles about nutrition and traditional medicine -- people being healed from their illnesses. It can make a difference. It can.

Jack: I -- you know, I agree totally. I should be proactive. I-I shouldn't just resign myself to dying.

Jennifer: Yes, exactly. Because even if it can't cure you, it'll buy you time. It'll buy you time so that someone else can find a cure for this.

Jack: That's what I figured.

Jennifer: Well, why didn't you tell me? Why did you just sneak off in the middle of the night without telling me?

Jack: Well, I -- I had this epiphany. I-I had to get the book. I just had to. So I started to go out. It was the middle of the night, and you were sleeping so beautifully. I didn't want to wake you up. But I figured I can get out here, get the book, come back, and surprise you..

Jennifer: I love you so much, Jack. And you know what? I read about so many other books on-line. I'm gonna see if they have them here.

Jack: Right.

Frankie: She may have bought it. I donít. What the hell's really going on, Jack?


[Claire crying]

Shawn D.: Shh. It's okay, baby. It's okay. It's all right. I got to put you down for one second, okay? Mimi? Mimi! Can you hear me?! Mimi! Mimi!


John: [Sighs] Not only has that son of a bitch North convinced Marlena to file for divorce, now he claims that she's in love with him.

Kate: Are you serious?

John: Yeah, I'm serious. The thing is, when Marlena and I were alone together at Alice's, things were happening. She actually said that being with me is where she felt she belonged. She remembered our engagement. Then North comes along and just undoes it all.

Kate: How?

John: I don't know. It's like the night never happened. She just said, "see you later, John," and went back to the penthouse with Alex.

Kate: [Sighs]

John: [Sighs]

Kate: If she's remembering things, maybe that means that the control he has over her is dissolving.

John: Yeah. Maybe. I'm not taking any chances, though. So I have contacted the one person who can hopefully talk her into not dissolving this marriage.

Kate: Who's that?

John: [Sighs]

[Knock on door]

Kate: Hopefully that's him right now. Ah. Thanks for coming right over. I need a big favor.


Alex: [Sighs] Here we are. Home and safe. Now we can continue our work without further interruptions.

Marlena: Alex, I know you think I do better with fewer distractions, but being with John tonight -- I began having memory flashes. It was as though the amnesia began to lift somehow, and I was -- I was actually having memories.

Alex: Marlena, the mind can play many tricks, especially when it's under a lot of stress.

Marlena: I know that. It didn't feel like a trick. It didn't feel like a trick.

Alex: Listen to me. It took a lot of strength and courage to file for divorce from John. But being forced to spend time with him tonight -- John is all too aware of your fragile mental state, and I'm afraid he's been subtly using that to prey on you -- to manipulate you into thinking that you're remembering things when the truth is he has been attempting to plant those very things in your mind.

Marlena: But they seem very real to me.

Alex: John works for the I.S.A. I'm sure they've taught him many ways to control a person's mind.

Marlena: Perhaps.

Alex: Trust me. The healthiest thing you can do for yourself right now is to follow through with this divorce.

Marlena: I know. That's what you keep saying to me.

Alex: What, are you thinking you've changed your mind -- that you don't want to do that?


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John: So that's the situation, basically. Now you know why I need your help.

Fr. Jansen: Marlena believes deeply that the marriage vow is sacred. Breaking it goes against God's will. I-I can't believe she would seriously consider a divorce.

John: Every time I try to get close to her -- every time she just starts to remember our love -- Dr. North comes in there and just wipes her memory away. And he makes it harder for me to even see her -- the divorce papers, the restraining order. But as her priest, he can't stop you from seeing her, and I think you are the only one who can get through to her.

Fr. Jansen: Well, I'll do what I can.

John: Thanks, Tim.

Fr. Jansen: In the meantime, pray for God's help and Marlena's soul.

John: This has got to work. I'm not gonna let that lousy bastard steal my wife.


Alex: Marlena, the choice is yours, but are you actually considering going back to a man who abuses and manipulates you when you have the opportunity to return to the man who has loved you longer and more than anyone else?

Marlena: You?

Alex: Yes. I want you to concentrate. I want you to forget the fake memories that John is trying to plant in your mind and remember our times together. We loved each other so deeply. We still do. And we promised each other that we would spend the rest of our lives together.

Marlena: What happened?

Alex: Life. But now we have been given a second chance, and the only thing standing between us and happiness is John Black. And you want to be happy, don't you?

Marlena: Yes, I do.

Alex: Then follow through with this divorce so that we will have the time to renew our love.

Marlena: [Sighs] I don't know. We look so...happy.

[Music box plays]

Marlena: Uh, I'm sorry. I-I need you to turn that off. I've got a terrible headache.

Alex: But it's soothing.

Marlena: Yeah. I just need it really quiet.

Alex: All right. Fine.

[Music stops]

Marlena: I can't -- I can't think about this now. I need to get ready for bed.

Alex: Why don't I make you some nice chamomile tea that will help you rest?

Marlena: All right.

Alex: Then it, uh, it'll be ready when you change.

Marlena: All right. Thank you.

Alex: Sure. I thought I had erased all of her memories of John Black, but something keeps breaking my control. I will not lose you Marlena -- not now.



John: I swear my knots have knots on top of those knots.

Kate: Well, here. Let me -- let me help you with that.

John: Easy.

Kate: Sit down. Sit down.

John: [Sighs] Yeah, yeah, yeah. [Sighs] Kate...

Kate: Oh, come on. Relax, okay? Okay? This isn't foreplay.

[Both chuckle]

John: I know. I know.

Kate: It's just a friendly massage.

John: Of course. Sorry.

Kate: And so relax.

John: [Sighs] [Groans]

Kate: I think you were right to call Father Jansen...

John: Harder.

Kate: ...Because Marlena trusts him. She loves you. She loves you, and she's not going to divorce you. And this is going to give you the time that you need to remind her of the life that you spent together.

John: [Sighs] I know she's starting to remember. Just bits and pieces are coming back to her. And if she focuses on those flashes, they'll just continue to grow.

Kate: Absolutely.

John: If I could get her alone some more, I know that it's only a matter of time until she remembers the love that we shared.


Alex: There we go. Just what the doctor ordered. Hey. How's your headache?

Marlena: Still there.

Alex: Well, the tea should help you relax and clear your head.

Marlena: Yeah. Thank you.

[Clock chiming]

Marlena: Mmm.

John: Mmm.

Marlena: I don't believe it.

Alex: Don't believe what?

Marlena: I'm remembering.


Jack: What's going on is I've decided to follow Jennifer's advice and do this whole nutrition thing.

Frankie: I don't buy it. You've kept this disease from her from the beginning, so --

Jack: I've tried to protect her from the beginning.

Frankie: Oh, by not telling her the truth?

Jack: Do I think that this whole vitamin-and-diet regimen's gonna change anything? No. But Jennifer does. So if I pretend to follow her lead and -- and play this whole thing out, it's gonna make her happy. If we follow this out, it's gonna make her feel like we've done everything we can, so when I die, she won't be guilty. That's good. I can live with that.

Jennifer: I really think you're making the right decision. If you follow the diet plans in this book and you keep a positive outlook, it is gonna buy you time -- I know it -- until someone finds a cure for this, Jack.

Jack: Jennifer, that's really great, but, you know, even if there was a breakthrough, there'd have to be FDA challenges and trials and hearings.

Jennifer: We can't lose faith -- we canít.

Jack: Agreed. I just -- I just want to be realistic -- that's all -- just in case.

Jennifer: All right. But if it buys you six months, Jack, that's incredible. It's not just six months for the scientists to work. It's six months that you have with me and Abby and Jack Jr.

Jack: Listen to me. I-I want to be positive. I really do. But, uh, six months -- six months is a long, long time, really. Think about it. Think about it. I just don't want you to set yourself up to hurt yourself even more.

Jennifer: Jack, one month, one week, one day -- if these books can give us one hour -- one second -- I will take it. I love you so much, and I am going to hold on to you as long as I possibly can. Do you understand me?

Jack: I love you, too.

Jennifer: And we are gonna do everything. We are gonna enjoy ourselves every single second that you have left. If you want to go dancing, we're gonna go dancing. If you want to ride a roller coaster, I'm gonna bring you to every amusement park I can find. If you want to eat pizza and sushi every single day, I will have it delivered to you three times a day. Or if you just feel weak one day and you just want to lie in bed, I will lie next to you. And I will hold you, and I will comfort you, and I will love you until... I am not ready to lose you yet.

Jack: [Sighs] I'm not ready to lose you, either.


Shawn D.: Mimi, can you hear me? Come on.

Mimi: [Groans] What happened?

Shawn D.: You fainted. I think the baby started crying. You started freaking out, and then you passed out.

Mimi: I'm one hell of a Godmother.

Shawn D.: Come on. Let me give you a hand.

Mimi: I'm okay.

Shawn D.: No, I'm serious. You could have hurt yourself. You could have hit your head. Were you feeling sick?

Mimi: No, I'm fine.

Shawn D.: Maybe we should take you to the emergency room, or I can call Lexie.

Mimi: No, I just need to sit here for a little bit. [Sighs]

Shawn D.: I should have asked you before I told Philip that we would watch Claire. I should have stopped to think of how hard this might be because of -- how hard this might be --

Mimi: You can say it -- because I can't have children of my own. I should have told Rex I was pregnant. I should have had the baby.

Shawn D.: You did what you thought was right at the time.

Mimi: Now I'm being punished.

Shawn D.: No, you're not. I don't believe that. You told me what the doctor said -- that you can get an infection anytime you have a medical procedure -- whether you're having your hand stitched up or your tonsils out or -- you can get staph infection from the showers at a gym, okay? This is not your fault.

Mimi: That's not how it feels.

Shawn D.: Okay, but feelings are not facts. You can't let yourself go there. I'm sorry I did not ask you if this was all right before I told Philip that we would babysit. I shouldn't have gone to take that shower and leave you here to watch her, no matter how smelly I was.

Mimi: How were you supposed to know that she was going to start crying and that I wouldn't be able to deal with it? I froze, Shawn. All she needed was someone to pick her up and hold her and comfort her, and I couldn't do it because all I could think about was the baby that I didn't have.

Shawn D.: And that's totally understandable.

Mimi: No, it isn't! No, it isnít. What kind of monster am I? I couldn't even put my own feelings aside for one second to help my crying goddaughter. You must think I'm a horrible person. You must have lost all respect for me.


Marlena: I remember.

Alex: Your tea is getting cold.

Marlena: No, no, no. I don't care about the tea.

Alex: You should drink it.

Marlena: No, I --

Alex: Uhh! Ohh! Ohh!

Marlena: Oh, my gosh.

Alex: Are you all right? Are you burnt?

Marlena: No, no. It's all right. I'll just clean this up.

Alex: Let me help.

Marlena: No, no. I've got it. It's fine. I'll just -- I'll take it in the kitchen.

Alex: [Sighs] I've got to stop those memories from coming back. I've got to get John Black out of her mind permanently.


[Doorbell rings]

Alex: And that's him. There's no way I'm going to let him see her any more this evening. Oh. Father Jansen.

Fr. Jansen: Good evening, Dr. North. I'm here to see Marlena.

Alex: Uh, about what?

Fr. Jansen: I'm afraid that's between me and my parishioner.

Alex: Oh, I'm sorry. If only you had called ahead, I could have saved you the trip. You see, she's not available right now.

Fr. Jansen: I'm sure she'd be more than happy to see me.

Alex: John Black sent you over here, didn't he?

Fr. Jansen: I'm Marlena's priest. If she's going through a difficult time, speaking with me might bring her some comfort.

Alex: Well, if she remembers you in that way, yes, of course. Otherwise, she might perceive you as just another stranger who's trying to influence her, and that would cause more harm than good.

Fr. Jansen: Well, why don't we let her decide?

Alex: It's quite late. I'm sure she's probably already asleep.


Marlena: Oh. I didn't know we had -- I didn't know we had company.

Alex: Father Jansen was just leaving.

Marlena: Really? Please don't go. I'd love to spend some time with you.

Alex: Marlena, as your doctor -- it's quite late. I think this should wait until tomorrow.

Marlena: I'd like to talk to him, Alex -- tonight.

Alex: Oh, all right, if you insist.

Marlena: In private.


John: All right. Tim's inside. Let's just hope for everybody's sake he gets through to her.

Kate: North isn't just going to roll over, you know? If he thinks he's going to lose her, who knows what he might do, priest or no priest?

John: Yeah, I anticipated that. That's why before I called Tim., I called the I.S.A. for some help. It should have been here by now.

[Knock on door]

Kate: What are you planning?

John: It better be him. [Sighs] Hey, about time. What took so long? The equipment you requested wasn't just laying around. Kate, if he gets caught with this, you don't know where he got it.

Kate: I understand. My daughter is I.S.A., remember?

John: There you go.

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

John: Yeah. It's really gonna blow him away.

Kate: Okay, so, are you gonna give me a clue? Oh, my God.


Jennifer: Jack, I'm gonna talk to the salesclerk about some more books.

Jack: You don't think these are enough?

Jennifer: No, I donít. I do not want to risk missing the one book that could help you. I'll be right back.

Frankie: The thing about you is you are such a good actor. I never know when you're telling the truth or playing us.

Jack: [Sighs] My life's an open book, Frankie. Just ask me a question.

Frankie: Are you on the level about this nutrition thing, or is there something else really going on?

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

Jack: Right. Right.

Jack: There's nothing to worry about. Like I told you before, I may not believe that this stuff can help, but Jennifer does, and I'm looking out for her. It's something you promised to do when I'm gone, may I remind you? If you don't -- if you don't, I promise you I'm coming back. I'm gonna haunt you. I'm gonna haunt you every day and every night.

Frankie: There you go -- sidestepping the question.

Jack: Well, actually, it was more of a two-step.

Frankie: No, I'm serious. Come on, Jack. There's no way you snuck out of the house in the middle of the night to buy nutrition books. Come on.

Jack: Look, if buying books makes Jennifer happy, that's all right by me.. That's all I care about. Jennifer, what's wrong? You look like you've seen a ghost.

Jennifer: I know exactly what's going on.


Kate: What the hell is that thing?

John: This is the latest in long-distance surveillance -- a superpowerful telescope with a built-in listening device. I'd be able to see and hear everything that goes on in the penthouse.

Kate: Wow. That's a little frightening how sophisticated spying's become..

John: You ought to see the really scary stuff. Anyways, it takes some old-fashioned, low-tech groundwork to plant the bug that transmits this baby.

Kate: How are you gonna do that?

John: I already did it.

Kate: How? When did you do that?

John: Well, when Frankie and I went over to the penthouse, it wasn't just to protest the divorce. I already had this on order, so it was a simple matter of distracting Alex and Marlena so I could plant the transmitter. And now not only will this pick up the audio and sync it to the visuals, it has a built-in speaker.


Fr. Jansen: The amnesia may prevent you from remembering the ceremony, but you have to know that the vows that you made before God are sacred and eternal because the church doesn't recognize divorce. We believe that marriage is forever.

[Clock chiming]

John: This was handmade by a master Swiss Clockmaker -- 1853.

Marlena: [Chuckling] Oh, it's so beautiful.

John: Now, each time it chimes, you remember my love for you.

Marlena: Like I could ever need a clock for that.

Marlena: John loves me.

Fr. Jansen: Your conscious mind may have forgotten, but deep down, some part of you remembers the great love that you shared.

Marlena: Does it?

Fr. Jansen: Most definitely. The love is there within you, Marlena. God has seen to that. When you took that solemn oath -- that blessed sacrament -- God filled you both with his grace so that no matter what happened, you would have the strength and commitment to meet whatever challenges your relationship might encounter.

Marlena: He did.

Fr. Jansen: But God cannot work his wonders in a vacuum. You have to ask for his help, and you have to be a willing participant. Just remember the final words of the marriage ceremony -- "what God has joined together, let no man put asunder."

Marlena: Father, I'm just so confused.

Fr. Jansen: You don't have to make a decision now. Just promise me you'll think about what I said.

Marlena: I will.

Fr. Jansen: Peace be with you, my child.

Marlena: Thank you. Thank you. And thank you so much for coming to see me.

Fr. Jansen: I'm always available for you, Marlena.

Marlena: Thank you.

Fr. Jansen: Good night.

Marlena: Good night.

Alex: You're crying. What did father Jansen say to upset you?

John: Tell him to go to hell. It's none of his damn business. Forward to at the end of this year. Practiced their steps, getting instructions right up


Jennifer: There's no sense lying, Jack. I'm onto you.

Jack: I don't know what you're talking about.

Jennifer: I spoke to the salesclerk.

Jack: I can explain.

Jennifer: You don't have to explain. He told me about the book that he was holding for you -- the one --

Jack: You have to understand.

Jennifer: I do understand... you big, sweet, lovable misguided jerk. "Grieving a loss -- a family systems approach." Jack, I love you so much for wanting to look out for your family while you're going through this. But, listen, we have to focus on you -- we do.

Jack: But --

Jennifer: No "buts." This is very important, but not right now. We have to start with you. We have to get you eating right, exercising, taking your supplements until someone can find a cure.

Jack: We've done this before.

Jennifer: But the Horton Foundation -- they just had a giant grant.

Jack: That's wonderful. That's great. I'm so happy for the Horton Foundation. But my odds are still slim to none.

Jennifer: We have beaten worse odds more than once, and we are not giving up. Tell him, Frankie, please.

Frankie: Miracle cures do happen, Jack.

Jennifer: Exactly. That is why you have to have faith, Jack.

Jack: Faith? Jennifer, I'll have faith. Whatever you want, I will do it. I'll get down on my hands and knees and pray. I'll do yoga, voodoo, nutrition, but I have to keep my eye on the ball. I have to be aware of the reality of the situation. That's what I have to do.

Jennifer: Will you please excuse us for a minute?

Frankie: Yeah.


[Door closes]

Jennifer: The reality of this situation is that we love each other. And if we have faith in that love and God while we fight this disease with every standard and alternative medicine there is, that is all we need. Miracles can happen, Jack. You just have to have faith and believe.

Jack: Like when Peter Pan asked the children to clap for Tinkerbell?

Jennifer: No. Like when we stood in front of a minister together and said "I do." Now you're gonna take all of these books -- every single one of them -- and you're gonna pay for them. Do you understand me?

Jack: I understand.

Jennifer: I'm gonna bring the car around with Frankie. We are going to beat this.

Jack: [Scoffs] I'm sorry, Jennifer. [Sighs] It's just not in the cards.


Shawn D.: Will you please forgive yourself? You had a perfectly safe, legal procedure, which, like most medical procedures, carried a minimal risk of complications.

Mimi: Yeah, and I was the lucky one in a million.

Shawn D.: But it wasn't your fault.

Mimi: It's not just that, Shawn. I totally freaked out when the baby started crying. What kind of Godmother am I? What kind of woman am I?

Shawn D.: A very stressed one.

Mimi: Why are you so nice to me? I don't deserve it.

Shawn D.: Yes, you do. You gotta just give yourself a break, all right?

Mimi: I canít.

Shawn D.: All right. Fine. Well, then, lay down... and relax. And close your eyes. Close them. Try and fall asleep, all right?

Mimi: Like that will change anything.

Shawn D.: Hey, stranger things have happened. You know, even when you're freaking out like this, you're still the same beautiful, funny, loving person I am absolutely crazy about.

Mimi: Really?

Shawn D.: Yeah. I'm very happy to be dating you right now.

Mimi: You're not just saying that?

Shawn D.: Well... no.

Mimi: [Laughs]

Shawn D.: Now get some sleep.

Mimi: I am tired.

Shawn D.: Yeah, I know you are. Try and forget about all this stuff, and just, uh, think about the future.

[Claire gurgling] Shh. Shh. It's okay, baby. Claire, tonight I think you're gonna sleep in my room.


Mimi: He doesn't blame me. He wants to date me.

Bad Voice: He was just saying that to shut you up. You know how important family and kids are to Shawn, and, duh, you can't have any. So no way he's going to waste his life with a big loser like you.

Good Voice: They can still have children. You heard Shawn. They can adopt.

Bad Voice: Yeah, but they'll never be her real children.

Good Voice: Of course, they will. A real mother is a woman who raises their child, who gives it love and cares for it. Mimi is going to be a terrific mother, and Shawn knows that.

Bad Voice: Yeah, some terrific mother. She's so guilty about ending her one-and-only pregnancy, she totally freaks out if she hears a baby cry. She loses it if she even sees a baby.

Good Voice: She'll get over that. I know it, and Shawn knows it.

Bad Voice: Yeah, right. [Scoffs]


Mimi: Shawn knows. Shawn? Shawn! Where are they?

Shawn D.: Where are who?

Mimi: They were -- this is crazy.

Shawn D.: You were saying my name in your sleep.

Mimi: I was?

Shawn D.: What were you dreaming about?

Mimi: Um, I don't remember what I was dreaming about. It was there, and now...

Shawn D.: Yeah, I hate it when that happens.

Mimi: Me too.

Shawn D.: So, you're sure you're okay? All right. Well, I'm gonna go change the baby. I figured out what was wrong.

Mimi: [Chuckles] Thanks. [Thinking] Sure. If he thinks he wants to date me, it's just out of pity. And when he figures that out, there's no future for a loser like me with a great guy like him -- none at all.


Frankie: Hey. How are you holding up?

Jennifer: I'm good. I'm fine. I was crazy, you know, to think that jack would do something stupid. He's gonna do everything that he has to, to beat this, Frankie. He will. He'll beat it.

Frankie: Hmm.

Jennifer: What's wrong?

Frankie: I just don't want to see you get your hopes up unrealistically, Jen. That's all.

Jennifer: Frankie, we both know that miracle cures happen all the time.

Frankie: I know. I know. It's just the fact is more often than not, supplements, nutrition, yoga -- it can only do so much.

Jennifer: They don't have to cure him. They just have to buy him time till researchers find something that will.

Frankie: And if they don't?

Jennifer: You know what? If they don't, then Abby and Jack Jr. and I will have that much more time with Jack. Okay? His family means everything to him. He's not gonna give up on us. That's why he's buying all those nutrition books.

Frankie: A book on grieving?

Jennifer: Jack's a realist. You know Jack. He's just preparing us if the worst should happen. But he's not gonna give up. He's never gonna give up.

Frankie: Okay. Okay.


Jack: Uh, thanks for covering for me, whoever you are.

Man: That was my father you were dealing with earlier.

Jack: Oh. Well, look, I don't know where you got that family grieving book from, but you certainly saved my life, so to speak.

Man: Look, we carry that "assisted suicide: Death with dignity" manual because my father believes in it. But he's not the one who's here showing the people left behind where to find the books on coping with loss.

Jack: So you don't believe that?

Man: No. No, I donít. And I don't think you do, either. Otherwise, you'd be honest with your wife about what you're doing instead of sneaking around behind her back in the middle of the night, letting her think you're here to buy books on natural cures.

Jack: This is no cure for what I have. I am dying. There's no two ways about it. I'm just -- I'm just trying to find a way to spare my family the undo suffering of watching me die this very painful death.

Man: You don't look like you're in a lot of pain to me.

Jack: Just, you know, mind your own business and ring up my book. Ring up all the books.


Man: I'm sorry. I had a friend who committed suicide when we were in school. He thought it was the only way. He was wrong. But he wouldn't listen to what anyone had to say.

Jack: Well, now I'm sorry. Look, I'm just trying to do what's best for my family. And I'm telling you right now, I'm gonna make sure that they never find out that what I really did was commit suicide. So, what will that be? Check or --

Man: Cash.

Jack: Cash. Right.


John: Come on, Doc. Just tell him to go to hell.

Kate: What's going on over there?

John: Nothing. North's just staring her down. Doc's upset. Tim. got through to her. I know he did. Come on, Doc. Just answer the bastard.


Alex: Whatever Father Jansen said to upset you, I can make it better. Just talk to me.

Marlena: There's nothing to say. I've made up my mind.

Alex: About what?

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

Alex: What?

Marlena: I want you to have the lawyer rescind the divorce papers. I'm staying married to John.

John: Oh, I knew it. I knew that she would remember our love, and I got her back. I've finally got her back.


Mimi: I can't forgive myself. I can never be with Shawn.

Shawn D.: She thinks that I should be with a woman who can have a child, and I tried to tell her that she's wrong.


Belle: No, she's right. Mimi's right.


Alex: I was right about him. He's deceiving you.


Nicole: Of course I want to get closer in every way.

Austin: It sounds that way.

Nicole: If it's another woman, like Sami, I'll show you how wrong she is for you.

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