Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 12/2/05 - Canada; Monday 12/5/05 - U.S.A.
Provided By Eric
Proofread By Niki
Kate: The truth would destroy Belle and Philip. It would destroy my son's life. But if Shawn and Mimi marry, then Shawn will be safely out of the picture...for good.
Mimi: What did the nurse say?
Shawn D.: I have some bad news.
Philip: Sweetheart, you should really lie down. You didn't sleep at all last night.
Belle: I can't. I'm too worried. Philip, look at her. She's not getting any better. If anything, she's getting worse.
Hope: Ooh! We've got a winner. Look what I found.
Zach: A prize!
Hope: A prize! That's right. It's a car -- a race car, just like your Uncle Max's. How 'bout that, huh? And here's the best prize of all. Daddy's home. Bo, thank God. I was so worried about you when you didn't come home last night. Why didn't you call me?
Bo: I was coordinating the search-and-rescue teams. Sorry. I didn't get a chance.
Hope: Guessing from the look on your face, you still haven't found Jack's body.
Bo: The current in that river is so strong, I'm afraid he's gone.
Hope: Oh, my God. This is so horrible. It was bad enough with Jennifer knowing that Jack was dying from an incurable disease, but this...to lose Jack like this. I can't imagine how she's gonna handle it.
Bo: Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Chelsea: [Exhales] Abby, I'm sorry.
Abby: They still haven't found my Dad.
Chelsea: Max and I helped look all night.
Max: The police are still looking.
Chelsea: Abby, don't give up, okay? I mean, there's always a chance that they could still find him, and he'll be okay.
Abby: No. You know, at first I thought there was a chance. I wanted so much to believe it, but the truth is, there's no way...no way he could have survived the car crashing off that bridge, going into the freezing water, and his body getting carried away. I have to accept now that he really is gone. The only question is -- how do I get my Mom to accept it?
Jennifer: Frankie! Frankie, hurry! Listen. Oh, my gosh! Jack's alive! He's alive! He's alive!
Frankie: That's incredible! How do you know? Did someone call?
Jennifer: No. No, listen. I had this dream. I had the most amazing dream. Jack came home to me and the kids, and he was fine. He was fine. I know he is.
Frankie: Honey, I would love for that to be true.
Jennifer: No, you don't believe me, but you will see. All right, I need to start getting everything ready. Jack is coming home. He'll probably be here any minute!
Abby: Thank you both for everything, but right now, I have to go see if my Mom is okay.
Chelsea: Okay. But we're both gonna be here if you need anything, okay? I'm not going anywhere.
Max: And that goes for me, too, okay?
Chelsea: [Exhales] Poor Abs. I wish there was something I could do for her. I mean, I know exactly what she's going through.
Max: You okay?
Max: Look, I know this must be hard on you, too. I know it hasn't been very long since you lost your own dad and your mom.
Chelsea: Yeah, well, Abby was really, really there for me when I did, so... even when I didn't deserve it. Now it's my turn to be there for her, you know?
Max: And you will be. All right? You are a really good friend to Abby, and she's lucky to have you. And you're lucky, too. I mean, you've got Bo and Billie, who I know really, really love you and care about you, and you're not alone.
Chelsea: I wouldn't exactly call it lucky that Bo and Billie turned out to be my real parents.
Max: You could do worse. I don't know Billie all that well, but I know my brother Bo is a really great guy. And seeing whatever Abby's going through, I mean, I... well, I mean, I think maybe you can give them a chance.
Bo: Hey, thanks. At this point, I don't hold out much hope for finding Jack alive or dead. I mean, with the currents in the river, the way the weather is, he's just been missing too long.
Hope: I should have been out there helping you look.
Bo: No, no, no. You need to be here with Zach. Besides, I've got search-and-rescue teams going out there looking for him. Hope, we're gonna have to face facts. Pretty soon, this is gonna stop being a search-and-rescue operation, and instead --
Hope: It'll just be recovery.
Hope: God, why is this happening? What an awful way for Jack to go.
Bo: As if Jen hasn't been through too much as it is.
Hope: I will never forget the look on her face when they pulled Jack's car from the river, and it was already empty. His body was gone.
Bo: She was sure that he was alive, that he had somehow survived.
Hope: And now she's home waiting for news, still hoping for a miracle.
Bo: Well, she's gonna have to prepare herself for the worst.
Frankie: So, Jen...
Frankie: I appreciate you wanting to stay strong. I do. But you do know it was just a dream. They still haven't found Jack's body.
Jennifer: Don't say that. They're not going to find a body because Jack is alive. Frankie, look at me. Look at me. I can feel it in my heart. I know right now he is doing everything he can to get home. I'm telling you, he's coming home.
Frankie: I spoke to Roman earlier. Search-and-rescue have been dredging the river and combing the banks all night, and there's no sign of Jack anywhere.
Abby: So it's true? He really is gone?
Jennifer: No, honey, he's not. Listen, it's daylight. They're gonna find him. I was thinking about it. Your dad was probably on the side of the riverbank huddled all night to keep warm, and maybe a boat picked him up. I mean, he could be in a fishing trawler right now, and he just wasn't able to call us, that's all.
Abby: Come on, Mom. I mean, that's not very realistic.
Jennifer: Honey, I'm telling you, your dad is alive. I was just telling Frankie, I can feel it. I can feel it in my heart. He's gonna come back to us, just like he did before.
Jennifer: And we just thank you for the time that we had with Jack. And we know that he is watching over us now and forever. Amen.
Jennifer: I know, honey. I wish daddy were here with us, too.
Abby: Mom, he is here.
Jennifer: Sweetie. You need to just -- you need to lie down now, and you just need to get some rest, okay?
Jack: Not before she's had her cake.
Jennifer: Jack? Oh, my gosh. It can't be.
Jack: It is. It's me.
Jennifer: Oh, my gosh.
Abby: Daddy, Daddy, is it really you?
Jack: Baby, it's me. It's me. I...I... I didn't die. I'm here.
Abby: I knew you'd come home to us. I knew you'd come back to us.
Jennifer: Jack, Jack. Oh, my gosh. It is you.
Jack: It's me.
Jennifer: It is you!
Jack: Oh. Oh, baby.
Jennifer: Honey, your dad is gonna come home to us again, okay? Now, how do you think he would feel if he walked through that door to find out that we have given up on him? That wouldn't make him very happy. So, you know what? I'm gonna go make your dad's favorite breakfast -- blueberry pancakes.
Philip: Honey... just try not to worry. She isn't getting any worse.
Belle: She's not getting any better. The antibiotics should have worked by now, and they haven't.
Philip: She's still fighting. She's still hanging in there, and you know something? I think she's going to make it.
Belle: And how do you know that? Because Lexie told me that what she has is really serious, and the longer her little body fights it, the more dangerous it is. The prognosis could be anything from... from brain damage to progressive organ failure...or worse.
Philip: Hey. Honey. Come on.
Belle: What are we gonna do if we lose her?
Philip: No, no. We're not going to lose her. This little girl is our gift from God, and the three of us are meant to be a family. Nothing is going to change that, ever.
Mimi: Okay, so, what is the bad news? What did the nurse say?
Shawn D.: They took the baby to pediatric I.C.U., and so far, she's not getting any better.
Mimi: Oh, my God. That's terrible. I bet Belle and Philip are freaking out.
Shawn D.: Yes, I'm sure they are, and I feel really bad because I want to be there for them right now, but my parents keep sending me urgent messages all morning, so I'm thinking I should go over there and find out what's going on.
Mimi: Yeah, definitely. I hope everything's okay.
Shawn D.: I-I-I do, too. I'm a little worried right now. I hate to leave.
Mimi: Don't worry about it. I will take this stuff up to them, okay?
Shawn D.: Thanks. Right. I will be back soon, okay?
Mimi: Okay. I hope everything's all right. I mean, the last thing we need is more bad news.
Shawn D.: Yeah. Tell me about it. Bye, Mimi.
Kate: Hi. You're here awfully early.
Mimi: Oh. Yeah. Shawn and I wanted to bring some stuff to Belle and Philip that we thought they could use.
Kate: Oh. That was nice of you. You know, I have to say -- every time I see you and Shawn together, you're just -- look like you're getting closer and closer.
Mimi: Again, with Shawn and me.
Kate: Mimi, I'm just so happy for you that you've finally gotten over Rex, but, I guess having a new love in your life will do that, won't it?
Mimi: I never said anything about love, Kate.
Kate: I know, but you don't have to. It's written all over your face when the two of you are together.
Mimi: I don't know about that.
Kate: I do. You don't have to be embarrassed. I think the two of you deserve it. You've been through so much, and you're even going to have better. So, I heard the two of you are living together. When are you going to take the next step?
Mimi: Okay, Kate. What is going on? Why are you so gung ho on Shawn and me being together all of a sudden?
Kate: It's not all of a sudden.
Mimi: Oh, my God. Is Rex coming back to town? Are you afraid that I'm gonna go back to him? You want to keep me away from your precious son, is that it?
Kate: No, that is not it, and Rex is never coming back to town.
Mimi: Okay, then tell me the truth, Kate. What is this really about?
Kate: I don't know what you're talking about, Mimi, and if you don't think it's any of my business, I wish you would just say so.
Mimi: I just want to know what your real agenda is, why you're so interested.
Kate: My agenda?
Mimi: This is the second time in two days you've brought up Shawn and me. What I can't figure out is why it matters so much to you.
Kate: I would like to see you happy because I know how much you meant to my son.
Mimi: Oh, please, Kate. You don't give a damn about me. You were never happy that I was with Rex. You never wanted him to marry me. I'm sure you were thrilled when he found out that I lied to him about aborting our baby. You were thrilled that he left me. Admit it, you never thought I was good enough for your son.
Kate: That is not true.
Mimi: Oh, please. And now all of a sudden, you're concerned about my happiness with Shawn? You know, after our conversation last night, I kept thinking to myself, "why is Kate so anxious for us to be together? What ulterior motive could she possibly have?"
Kate: Okay. I admit it. I do have an ulterior motive, and it's about Belle and Philip and the baby, and I'm gonna tell you what it is.
Hope: Okay. Time to put the toys away and finish your breakfast, young man, so you can grow big and strong, just like your daddy, okay? Wait. Just -- before you start eating, give mommy a hug. Ooh. A really big one. Big. Squeeze, squeeze, squeeze. Ooh, that is so good. You're the best hugger. I love you, honey.
Zach: I love you, too, Mommy.
Hope: I am so glad you love me, too. [Smooches] And I love you.
Bo: Hmm. Good.
Hope: I don't know how I'd ever live without you.
Bo: Well, you don't have to worry about that.
Hope: One day... one of us is gonna be all alone. That's reality.
Hope: Well, Bo, we need to face it. We're both cops. It's dangerous work. We never know what tomorrow's going to bring. This thing with Jack and Jennifer has really got me thinking. What's gonna happen to their family? I think about Abby -- how much she's going to miss her dad.
Hope: And what about little Jack Jr.? He's just a baby. Now he's going to grow up and not know his dad?
Shawn D.: Hey. I got your messages. Is everything okay?
Hope: I'm so glad you're here. I tried calling you this morning, but couldn't get ahold of you.
Shawn D.: I'm sorry. There was an emergency.
Bo: What kind of emergency?
Shawn D.: Belle and Philip's baby got taken to the hospital, and Mimi and I were there with them all night.
Hope: What happened? Is Claire all right?
Shawn D.: They think it's some sort of bacterial infection, but the doctors aren't sure yet. All I know is, as of this morning, her condition's still critical.
Hope: Are you saying they could lose her?
Shawn D.: It's not looking good.
Hope: What next?
Shawn D.: What do you mean? What happened?
Hope: Got some bad news.
Bo: Jack was in a car accident last night in the ice storm. His car went off a bridge.
Shawn D.: What?
Bo: Yeah. They pulled up the car out of the river, but no sign of Jack. They haven't found his body yet.
Shawn D.: Oh, my God. That's -- that's awful.
Shawn D.: What about Jennifer and Abby? How are they dealing with it?
Hope: Jennifer's not dealing with it. I think this might be just the thing to push her over the edge.
Jennifer: Um... silverware... hey.
Jennifer: Listen, would you go get the eggs for me out of the refrigerator, please?
Jennifer: And then, uh, after you get the eggs, if you would set the table, that would be great.
Abby: Mom, are you sure you're okay?
Jennifer: Yeah. Of course I'm okay.
Abby: There's -- there's just no reason to make a big breakfast. I don't really think anyone's all that hungry.
Jennifer: Well, I think your dad will be hungry. I mean, if he's been out in the rain and the cold all night, don't you think he'd want to come home to a hot breakfast, honey? I mean, I'm making all of his favorites, you know -- Jack's flapjacks, and I know daddy can't be here to flip them, but...
Abby: I know.
Jennifer: But at least now, it'll be all ready, so he can just come in, sit down, and eat. Help me get everything ready. Come on. He's gonna be here any minute.
Frankie: Listen... thanks for helping to look for Jack. I appreciate it.
Max: I just wish we could have found him, you know?
Frankie: Me too. Me too.
Max: Hey, uh, how's, uh, Jennifer taking it? Not very well, I assume, huh?
Frankie: Well, actually, uh, how do I say this? Uh, she's putting on a brave face.
Max: Really? Still?
Frankie: Yeah. I think it's great that she wants to be positive and strong, but I worry, you know?
Frankie: I worry that it's only gonna make it that much harder when she finally -- when she finally gets the bad news.
Max: Yeah. So, you don't think there's any chance of the news being good?
Frankie: I pray that there is...
Frankie: ...That there's some kind of miracle, but, I mean, at this point, I just don't know how that's possible, man.
Chelsea: Where's Abby? Is she okay?
Frankie: Yeah, she's in the kitchen with her mother. [Beeping] What the hell is that?
Chelsea: I smell smoke.
Max: I think it's coming from the kitchen.
Frankie: What happened?
Jennifer: I was trying to make hash browns, and the flame got too high. It set off the smoke alarm.
Frankie: Max, help me turn this thing off.
Jennifer: Gosh, I was just trying to make breakfast. If I don't get these pancakes ready before Jack -- oh, gosh! Jack... where are you? Where are you? Where are you?
Belle: [Humming to the tune of Brahms' Lullaby]
Philip: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt. Don't stop. It was beautiful. You're a great mom, honey. Just like I told you you would be.
Belle: I should have been there for her before she got sick.
Philip: It wasn't your fault. You were sick, too. Postpartum depression is very real and nothing to be ashamed of.
Belle: Well, one thing's for sure.
Belle: You are the best father that any child could ever ask for. No, I'm serious. I love you more every day. I feel closer to you than I ever have. And the three of us -- we are a real family now.
Philip: You bet we are. And like I said, nothing is ever going to happen to change that.
Kate: Okay, Mimi, I'm going to be completely honest with you. I'm not exactly Mother Teresa.
Kate: Yeah. And it's true, I admit it. At the end, I didn't approve of your relationship with my son, with Rex, and I was very upset about the abortion. But then I noticed that you -- you and Shawn really went out of your way for Belle and for Philip, and it's pretty obvious that the four of you are going to remain close. And I think it would be pretty uncomfortable if Belle continued to have feelings for Shawn. I think it would really be in everyone's best interests if you and Shawn got together, don't you?
Mimi: Okay, I guess that makes sense.
Kate: Like I said, I just want to see everyone happy.
Mimi: Okay, well, then you'll be happy to know that Shawn and I have been getting closer, but I'm sorry to say that we're still a long way from making a serious commitment to each other or walking down the aisle.
Kate: Hmm. Well, that could change.
Mimi: I don't think so.
Kate: Well, of course it could.
Mimi: Okay, Kate, listen. For starters, we're both completely broke, okay? I had to drop out of college temporarily, and Shawn is not making much yet as a mechanic, so for us to even think about settling down, we'd have to save some serious money.
Kate: Well, I understand that, especially if you want to have children.
Mimi: Yeah, well, I can't have any kids of my own, Kate, but, yes, I would love to adopt one day. But with kids comes even more responsibility, and I want to make sure I'm ready. You know, I want to be able to give my kids everything that I never had -- a nice home, maybe even private schooling.
Kate: Mimi, listen, I understand. I do.
Mimi: Yeah, but these days, that costs big bucks, so needless to say, nothing like that can happen anytime soon. I'm sorry to disappoint you.
Kate: Wait a sec. I just remembered -- Belle wants to stay home with the baby now, which means I'm going to have to replace her. I'm gonna have to replace her position at Basic Black.
Mimi: Yeah, so?
Kate: Well, you have a great sense of style, a unique sense of style. Would you like to take a crack at it?
Mimi: Excuse me?
Kate: I'm offering you Belle's job. It's an excellent salary, Mimi. You and Shawn could save up money. You could get married sooner than later.
Mimi: I'm sorry. I-I-I don't believe this. You are offering me Belle's job? That is very generous.
Kate: No, please. You're not doing me any favors. You'd be helping me out as well. I need someone young and creative with fresh ideas, so what do you say?
Mimi: I'll... I'll think it over.
Kate: Do that. And I sincerely hope you say yes.
Jennifer: Why did this happen? Why? Why did he have to go out and get me these stupid flowers? Why? Why did he go out in an ice storm? Why did he drive over that bridge? He knows how dangerous that bridge is. Why couldn't he have gone another way? I have been on that bridge. Jack saved my life on that bridge. Why couldn't I save him? God, it's not fair, Frankie.
Frankie: No, it's not fair. How Jack died -- he didn't deserve to die that way.
Jennifer: No. He's not dead. He's not dead. I do not want to believe that. I'm telling you, he is still with us, and he is gonna walk through that door, and he's gonna be alive, and he's gonna be in one piece. I can't lose him, not now. I just can't. [Knock on door] Oh, my gosh. That could be him. That could be your dad. He's home. Excuse me.
Shawn D.: So, hey, how's your pitching arm coming, buddy?
Bo: Pretty good, huh? Could use some pointers from his big brother, though.
Shawn D.: Yeah, I know. We gotta spend a day together. We gotta go out and have, like, a brothers' day at the park.
Hope: Zach would love that. Wouldn't you, sweetie?
Hope: Yeah! Sounds like fun. Honey, you sure you can't stay for breakfast?
Shawn D.: Mom, I should get back to the hospital. I left Mimi there, and I want to check in and see how the baby's doing.
Hope: Of course. Absolutely. Keep us posted?
Shawn D.: Yeah, I will, and let me know if you hear anything about Jack, okay?
Bo: At this point, I doubt we will.
Hope: But we will if we do.
Shawn D.: Okay, yeah. Give Jennifer and Abby my best, all right?
Hope: Absolutely. Same goes to Philip and Belle.
Shawn D.: See you later.
Hope: Bye, honey. It felt so good to have our family together, didn't it? I mean, even if it was just for a little while.
Bo: Mm-hmm. But it wasn't our entire family. Chelsea wasn't here, and she's part of the family.
Hope: You're right. I know how much it means to you to have her be part of our family, especially since you didn't get to be there for her growing up.
Hope: I missed being Zach's mommy the first year of his life. That was bad enough. Parents should never be separated from their children, not ever.
Bo: Or children from their parents. With Jack gone, it's gonna be roughest on Abby and Jack Jr.
Hope: God, we're so blessed. You don't realize how lucky you are until something like this happens.
Bo: You're right.
Jennifer: Oh, Mrs. Mason, hi, it's you. Come on in.
Mrs. Mason: I hope I'm not disturbing you, dear. I just wanted to drop off this casserole.
Jennifer: Oh, no, no. That's fine. Thank you. Everyone, this is my next-door neighbor, Mrs. Mason.
Mrs. Mason: Has there been any news?
Jennifer: Uh, no. No, not yet.
Frankie: Here, Mrs. Mason, let me put this away here. Excuse me.
Mrs. Mason: It's a tuna casserole. All you need to do is pop it in the oven, and it's ready to go.
Frankie: Okay, I think we can handle it. Thank you very much.
Mr. Mason: You know... I think it's all for the best, what happened to Jack. I mean, it's horrible, but at least it was quick. He didn't have to suffer the way he would have with that awful fatal disease. I think it's -- I don't blame him one bit for ending it while he still could.
Jennifer: Mrs. Mason, excuse me. My husband -- my husband is not dead. They haven't found a body. They're still searching, and he wouldn't deliberately drive his car off a bridge. I mean, he wouldn't do that to his family.
Mrs. Mason: I didn't mean to upset you.
Jennifer: I mean, I just know that the last thing he would want and what I would want is for my husband to die all alone because if the time comes, I want to be there for him. I want to be loving him, holding him, telling him how much his family loves him. He would want to be there every minute. I know he would.
Mrs. Mason: Of course, darling. I just think that Jack wouldn't want to be a burden to you. He wouldn't want you to see him suffer.
Jennifer: And I'm telling you that he wouldn't leave us like this. He would not leave us without saying goodbye. Do you understand me?
Mrs. Mason: Again, I apologize. Forgive me.
Frankie: Oh, no, Jack, what are you up to now?
Jack: Just promise me... you won't tell Jennifer that this has started. She can't know that I'm in pain.
Frankie: No more secrets, okay? You know I hate lying to her.
Jack: I hate lying, too!
Frankie: Well, then stop!
Jack: I can't. I love her. I can't stand the thought of watching her pain and suffering expand exponentially to mine, and I know you can't either. You can't. You just can't admit it. Please, Frankie, just do this for me. One last favor, one last favor -- that's all I ask. It's the last thing I'll ever ask of you, literally.
Frankie: All right. All right.
Abby: You guys, I'm worried about my Mom. I mean, she's really freaking out.
Max: She'll be okay. Look, I mean, she's got you, all right? You two are gonna help each other through all this. And you have your friends. Chelsea and I are gonna be right here.
Max: And no matter what happens, you'll always have a lot of good memories of your dad, all right? No one can ever take that away from you, and he'll always be with you in your heart. He'll always be watching over you.
Abby: That's just what he told me.
Max: You can believe it.
Abby: You know, I'm gonna get dressed, but I'll be back.
Chelsea: You really are a good guy.
Max: That surprises you?
Chelsea: I guess... a little. I mean, most of the time, you just seem so, I don't know, immune to everything. Nothing ever gets to you.
Max: Well, what can I say? I learned to protect myself at a very early age, and if it weren't for Caroline and Shawn adopting me, I don't know what would have happened. They pretty much saved my life.
Chelsea: They really are good people, aren't they -- the Brady's?
Max: Yeah. They're the best. I mean, I may not be one by blood, like you, but... they're certainly the best family I could have asked for. When they love you, it's forever. Speaking of which, um... when all this is over... maybe we should start focusing on us. You know, I think it's time we move this relationship forward, don't you?
Hope: I really feel for what Belle and Philip are going through. They must be worried sick.
Bo: Thinking about J.T., aren't you?
Hope: I knew something was wrong. The doctors kept telling me to be patient, but... well, when they finally did come up with a diagnosis, they blamed me... fetal alcohol syndrome. I mean, who in their wildest dreams ever would have thought that J.T. wasn't our natural-born son? You know, when I think of all the hours we spent waiting for him to come through surgery in the pediatric ward... that was the most awful, frightening time of my life. What if the baby doesn't make it? Bo, they'll be devastated.
Bo: Yeah, I know.
Hope: And John and Marlena? And Kate and Victor? They're the baby's grandparents.
Bo: Well, we have to pray that doesn't happen.
Hope: That child could have been our grandchild if Belle had married...
Bo: She's not. She married Philip, and the three of them are a family. God willing, they always will be.
Shawn D.: Hey.
Mimi: Hey. I left all the stuff with the I.C.U. nurse. I didn't want to bother Belle and Philip. She said she would give it to them.
Shawn D.: So, nothing's changed with the baby's condition?
Mimi: I don't think so.
Shawn D.: Oh, jeez. I was really hoping to hear some good news.
Mimi: You and me both. But, um, I do have some kind of interesting news.
Shawn D.: Really? What's that?
Mimi: Kate offered me a job at Basic Black.
Shawn D.: You're kidding?
Mimi: No. And not just any job. She wants me to fill in for Belle while she's on leave.
Shawn D.: That's...weird. Not that you couldn't do the job well, it's just -- why is she suddenly being so nice?
Mimi: That's what I wanted to know. She, uh, seems to want us to settle down and live happily ever after...together.
Shawn D.: I don't get it. What's it to her what we do?
Mimi: She's afraid you and Belle could get back together one day, which of course is completely ridiculous, right?
Belle: You are going to have the most wonderful, perfect life with a mommy and daddy who love you very much. All you have to do is get better, okay? [Equipment beeping] Oh, my God. Claire. Oh, my God. What's happening? What's happening?!
Chelsea: Look, Max, I know we talked about this before, but I can't even think about getting serious with you right now -- or anybody else... I mean, with all Abby's going through?
Max: I know. That's why I brought it up. Life is too short, Chelsea. Believe me, I know. I've seen a lot of race-car drivers crash and burn in front of my eyes. It's just like what happened with Jack. You never know when something's gonna happen to anybody.
Abby: Max is right. You have to grab every chance you've got at happiness. And you have to make the most of it 'cause you never know when it can all just get taken away.
Jennifer: I know what you're thinking... that -- that it probably is better if Jack is dead. You agree with Mrs. Mason. So he doesn't have to suffer some slow, painful death. Well, maybe I'm being selfish, but I'm not ready for that. I want my husband. I want to spend every last minute that I can with him. Is that so wrong?
Frankie: No. No. That's not wrong. That's not. [Telephone rings]
Jennifer: Oh. That's it. That's about Jack. (Building up) whoooooaaa...
Shawn D.: It's never going to happen. Belle is married to Philip, and they have Claire now. If I didn't believe that she loved him before, I do now because they've bonded over the baby. There's no future for Belle and me, so I don't know how Kate could think that.
Mimi: You don't know how strange she was acting. Why do I get the feeling there's more to this? [Sighs]
Kate: [Thinking] Shawn can never find out the truth about Claire.
Belle: What's happening?
Nurse: Why don't the two of you have a seat in the waiting room?
Belle: I'm not going anywhere until you tell me what's happening with my child.
Nurse: She's having some trouble breathing. I'm giving her more oxygen.
Philip: All right, come on. Let's just wait outside. Let's do what she says. She's gonna be fine. Come on. Come on. Come on.
Kate: What happened?
Belle: Her alarm monitor's going off. Something bad is happening.
Nurse: I need some help in here.
Belle: Oh, my God!
Philip: Stay right here. Please. Stay out here with me. Come on. Come on. Come on. Come on. She's gonna be okay.
Philip: It'll be all right.
Bo: I love you, Fancy Face. Don't ever forget that.
Hope: How could I? I count my blessings every minute I'm with you... and our beautiful children. We're all healthy and together. We just have to stay strong for Jennifer. We should head over there. I want to be there for her.
Bo: Okay, we'll get a sitter and head right over.
Hope: I just pray to God that -- that all of this is just a really big mistake... and they find Jack alive and okay because if not... if he really is gone, Bo... I seriously don't know how she's going to handle this.
Abby: Mom, who is it?
Frankie: Okay. Yeah, I'll tell her.
Jennifer: Who is it? What'd they say? Is it about Jack?
Frankie: It was the police sergeant. He said that Roman wants to come by and give you the news in person.
Jennifer: Why? Why in person? Why?
Abby: Because it must be bad news, the worst news. Daddy must be dead.
Jennifer: Shh. It's okay, baby.
Carrie: Those memories are one of the reasons why I haven't gone back to Salem in all these years, why I probably never will.
Sami: What is it about her that every single guy she ever meets falls in love with her -- even Lucas.
Hope: Jack's gone.
Jennifer: I cannot accept that.
Kate: [Thinking] Shawn may help Claire get through this, but I don't care what I have to do. He will never find out he's her father.
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