Days Transcript Monday 12/19/05

Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 12/19/05 - Canada; Tuesday 12/20/05 - U.S.A.


Provided By Eric
Proofread By Niki

Sami: Whoo!

Austin: I don't believe this. I am never gonna find Carrie in this crowd.. Hey, man, is there any way that you can rewind the jumbotron?

Guy: You're kidding me.

Austin: Yeah, the tape -- just for a few frames.

Guy: It's live, not tape. Anyhow, I have a job to do.

Austin: Okay. Hey, man, you know, I'm sorry. Um, thanks.


Austin: Oh! I'm sorry.

Carrie: No problem.

Austin: Carrie?


Jennifer: Thanks for stopping by, Father Jansen. I'll see you tomorrow. That was nice of Father Jansen to stop by.

Frankie: Yeah, it was.

Jennifer: Yeah, he's been so busy at the hospital with Belle and Philip. You know, I just feel so sorry for them. I know that their little girl was given her last rites tonight.

Frankie: We just have to pray she pulls through.

Jennifer: Yeah, I've been praying for her. I hope that they get a miracle this Christmas -- the one that we didn't get.

Frankie: You okay? I know planning Jack's funeral service had to be difficult.

Jennifer: Well, it won't be the first time I've done it, but, unfortunately, it doesn't get any easier. You know what the hardest part about all of this is, Frankie?

Frankie: What's that?

Jennifer: I never got a chance to say goodbye to Jack.


[Monitor beeping]

Max: [Sniffles]

Chelsea: I'll see you later.

Bo: Okay. You be careful.

Chelsea: I always am.

Bo: That's not what I heard. The guys down at the station -- they said that you've been stopped a couple times for speeding and they let you off with a warning.

Chelsea: They said they weren't gonna tell you.

Bo: Well, they did tell me, and I told them if they stop you again, they got to give you a speeding ticket.

Chelsea: [Scoffs] Look, there won't be a next time, okay? I promise I won't embarrass you in front of you and your cop buddies.

Bo: I don't care what my buddies think. I'm worried about you. I don't want anything to happen to you. I'm worried about your safety. You know, after what happened to your parents --

Chelsea: Look, I promise. I'll drive the speed limit from now on, okay?


Max: I tried to get here sooner, Chelsea. When I drove past that accident scene and I saw your car, I knew it was you. [Exhales raggedly] And they were taking you away. And the cops -- they wouldn't tell me anything. They wouldn't tell me where or what had happened.. They wouldn't tell me anything. You must have been so scared. I wish so much I could have been there. [Sniffles] I -- but I was too late. Now I got to tell bo. How am I gonna -- how the hell am I gonna tell Bo? How's he gonna handle that?


Bo: Excuse me. Pardon me. A young woman was brought in here who was in a terrible accident. Do you know if she's okay?

Nurse: Are you family?

Bo: Yeah, w-we are.

Hope: She's our daughter.

Nurse: I'm sorry. It was a horrible accident. Her injuries were very serious. There's nothing we could do.

Bo: What are you telling -- where is she? I want to see her.

Nurse: She's gone. I'm very sorry. We couldn't save her.

Bo: [Exhales sharply] No.


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


Lucas: Man.

Sami: Lucas, what are you doing here? Are you following me?

Lucas: Why the hell would I want to do that? What, are you following me?

Sami: Please.

Lucas: No, wait a minute. Let me guess. You're here with Austin, right? How sweet that is.

Sami: What happened to your date? Did she ditch you already?

Lucas: No, she didnít. And what do you care, anyhow?


Austin: Excuse me. Excuse me. Excuse me. Am I nuts? How could Carrie be here?

Carrie: Yeah, I'll take care of that when I come in, Becky. Becky, can you hear me? Okay. Good. Oh! The concert was amazing. You have no idea what a huge stones fan I am.

[Chuckles] Okay. Maybe you do.

Carrie: I think the music stopped.

Austin: Not for me, it didnít.

Carrie: Oh.

Austin: Oh, man. She is here.


Jennifer: I just blame -- I blame myself. I really feel like this is my fault.

Frankie: What are you talking about?

Jennifer: 'Cause I am so stubborn. I didn't want to accept the fact that Jack was dying, so now I don't have a chance to say anything to him because he is gone. So if I would have known that the last time I talked to him was the last time...

Frankie: There's no way you could have known that.

Jennifer: No, I couldn't have known that, but I could have been more realistic. When I found out he was sick, I should have taken every single moment after that to tell him how I felt. I should have made the most of every minute. Instead, I had him drinking these crazy concoctions, taking vitamins, taking herbs.

Frankie: There's nothing wrong with hanging onto hope, not giving up.

Jennifer: Frankie, if I could rewind the last few weeks, I would do everything differently -- everything.

Frankie: You can't think that way. Jack wouldn't want you to. He wouldn't want you beating yourself up over this or blaming yourself for any of this. You know that. Listen to me. You know what he'd want? He'd want you to remember the good times. He'd want you to focus on that and your kids and how much he loved you.

Jennifer: I know that's what he would want, but how do I do that? How do I do that when I don't even know how I'm going to go on -- when I don't even know how I'm gonna get through tomorrow?

Frankie: You will go on. You know why? Because you're strong... and you have to. And I'm gonna be there to help you.


[Monitor beeping]

Max: Did I ever tell you how much fun I had at Bo and Hope's tonight? It's the first time I ever -- actually even forever -- that I actually felt... like I was getting into the Christmas spirit. It was all because of you. [Sniffles] [ Exhales sharply] Okay. I can't put this off any longer. I got to tell my brother -- your dad -- what happened. [Exhales deeply]

Bo: No. No, this isn't -- I don't be-- I don't believe she's gone. It's not possible.

Hope: I can't believe it, either, Bo. I'm so sorry.

Bo: I told her to be careful. I warned her about her driving. Didn't I tell her?

Hope: Yes, you told her. Bo, it's not your fault. You can't blame yourself.

Bo: I should have done more. I should have taken that damn car away from her. That's what I should have done. I-I've got to go iden-- I've got to make sure it's her. And then I got to call Billie.

Hope: Do you even have any idea where she is?


Bo: She's out of town -- some kind of business. How am I gonna tell her this? It's gonna destroy her.

Hope: I know.

Bo: It almost killed her when we thought...we lost our daughter at birth.. She never got over that. Neither did I.

Hope: Of course not. You never get over losing a child.

Bo: Will we?


Nurse: Excuse me, Detective Brady. We're ready now if you are.

Hope: You sure you want to do this? If you'd rather, I'll go.

Bo: No, no, it's fine. I got to see her. Yeah.

Nurse: This way.


Sami: I don't care who you date or how she treats you.

Lucas: Anybody would treat me better than you did.

Sami: Ditto. All that matters to me is that she treats our son right. So, um, what happened with Sophie? She get sick of your sanctimonious crap?

Lucas: I don't have time for you. If you'll excuse me, I have to find my date.

Sami: Good luck. I don't believe this. We're in California, for God's sake. How did he find some chick? If he's not gonna tell me who she is, I'll find out for myself.


Guy: Buddy, what's your problem?

Austin: Nothing. Sorry. Sorry.

Carrie: I think this is my favorite album of all time.

Austin: Mine, too you know why?

Carrie: Why?

Austin: Not only is it amazing, but it will always remind me of this day with you.

Carrie: [Chuckles]

Austin: [Exhales deeply]

Sami: Austin! Hey, have you seen Lucas?

Austin: No. Why?

Sami: He's here. He's here with a date.

Austin: No, I didn't see Lucas, but I did see Carrie.


Nurse: Whenever you're ready.

Bo: Yeah.

[Exhales sharply]

Hope: [Exhales deeply]

Bo: [Exhales sharply]


Jennifer: Frankie, that's very sweet of you.

Frankie: I mean it. Listen, I know you have your friends and your family, and they're all gonna be there for you. They love you. They're gonna support you. And I also know that you want to prove to yourself that you can stand on your own two feet. I get it. But I-I just -- I-I don't want to leave you like this.

Jennifer: Frankie, it means so much to me that you care so much about me and my children. But I-I can't allow you to. I wonít.

Frankie: I want to.

Jennifer: I don't want you to. You have a job. You have a life that you need to get back to. And I don't want to keep you from doing that.

Frankie: It's just until you get on your own feet.

Jennifer: That could take a long time.

Frankie: I realize that.

Jennifer: I don't know when I'm gonna be okay. I don't know when that's gonna be, but I know I have to pull through this. I know I need to do that for my children. But you do not have to worry about me. Don't worry. I will be fine.

Frankie: Look, I don't want to push. I really want to do this. At least that's just what I want. It's what Jack wanted, too. [Exhales deeply] He wanted to know that someone would be here -- okay? -- Someone close by looking out for you 24-7... making sure you're all right. And he wanted that somebody to be me. I promised him it would be.

Jennifer: Wait a minute. Is that true? Jack asked you?

Frankie: It was something that he -- he gave a lot of thought to. He didn't take it lightly. In fact, he even told Billie and -- and Lexie and Hope how much -- how much it meant to him to know that I would be there and how it -- it helped him be at peace with the fate that awaited him.

Jennifer: I-I can't even believe you're saying this. This is -- this is what Jack said to me or what I thought he said to me in my garden. He said he had taken steps to make sure I was taken care of -- that he wanted you to take his place. But that's crazy. Frankie, I didn't see him. It was my imagination. But what are the odds that what he said to me out there is exactly what you're saying to me right now?

Frankie: To be honest, I was blown away by it myself.

Jennifer: Okay. Okay. But all of that aside -- all of that aside -- you are not obligated to keep that promise, all right? We know Jack. He means well, but he takes everything too far. He took this way too far.

Frankie: You think I promised Jack because I felt obligated? I did it because I wanted to. You're my best friend. I care about you.

Jennifer: And I appreciate that -- I do so much. But I don't need someone looking after me. I don't mean to sound ungrateful -- please, I-I don't -- but this is something I need to do on my own. I need to be there for my children right now. I need to help them deal with the loss of their father. No one can help me do that. We need this time alone together, and I need you to understand that.

Frankie: I do. I do. I'll go. I should be heading back to D.C., anyway, you know? I'll leave tomorrow after the service.

Jennifer: I-I just, uh, I don't really know how we could have gotten through any of this without you. You have really been there for us -- for Jack when he was sick -- and I am so grateful for your friendship. I guess what I'm trying to tell you is that I'm gonna miss you so much.

Frankie: I'll miss you, too. And if you need me, I'm just a phone call away. It's gonna be all right.


Bo: This isn't her.

Nurse: Are you sure?

Bo: I know my daughter.

Hope: It isn't her.

Nurse: I don't know how this happened. I'm very sorry to have put you through that.

Bo: I need to know what happened to my daughter. Did any other accident victims come in here tonight?

Nurse: It's been a zoo tonight, and I just started my shift. I don't think so, but I'll check.

Bo: Okay, thank you.

Hope: Thank you.

Bo: [Exhales deeply]

Hope: Thank God.

Bo: It's not her.

Hope: Thank God, Bo. Thank God. [Exhales deeply] But even though it's great for us, this poor girl's parents are about to face the worst possible news. Oh, dear God.

Bo: I really feel for them, but I still don't know what happened with Chelsea. I don't know if she's okay.

Hope: We just have to pray that she is okay and that she's alive, Bo. Come on. Come on.

Bo: Max! Have you seen Chelsea?

Max: I was just trying to call you.

Hope: Is it Chelsea?

Max: She got in a really bad accident, and the car's completely totaled.

Bo: I don't give a damn about the car. Is she okay?

Max: She's gonna be okay.

Hope: Oh, thank God.

Max: She's a little banged up, but they sedated her. They say she's gonna be okay.

Bo: [Inhales, exhales deeply]

Nurse: Mr. And Mrs. Brady, I just want to apologize again for that awful mix-up. I just found out your daughter's in cubicle one.

Bo: Is she really gonna be all right?

Nurse: I'm happy to say she is. She was given a mild sedative to deal with the shock, but that should be wearing off about now. You're welcome to see her.

Bo: All right. Yeah, I'd like to see her.

[Monitor beeping]

Bo: Chelsea. Hey, you. You're all right. You're gonna be okay.

Chelsea: I'm so sorry.

Bo: It's okay. It's okay. It's okay.


Carrie: [Sighs] What if I never find Lucas?

Lucas: Oh, good. I lost her. I can't believe I dumped the girl and she still shows up everywhere I go, trying to ruin my life. She's not gonna ruin my night with Carrie.

Sami: Austin, it couldn't have been Carrie. I was just on the phone with her. She's in Israel with Mike.

Austin: Listen to me. I know I got Carrie on the brain tonight -- maybe I'm just imagining things -- but I swear I saw Carrie's face up on the jumbotron during the concert.

Sami: So that's why you left?

Austin: Yeah. A few minutes ago, I-I heard her voice.

Sami: Wait a second. Austin, I was looking at the jumbotron the entire night. I would have noticed my sister, don't you think? Look, I think maybe you're right. Maybe you just have Carrie on the brain right now, and maybe you're remembering how much Carrie liked this music, too.

Austin: Maybe you're right. [Exhales deeply] Anyhow -- all right. Let's get the hell out of here.

Sami: Wait. I want to buy a t-shirt and maybe a poster for Will. Come on..


Carrie: Hey!

Lucas: Hey! There you are.

Carrie: I'm sorry we got separated. I'm glad I found you.

Lucas: Yeah. Well, guess who else I found.

Carrie: Who?

Lucas: Sami's here. And Austin's with her.

Carrie: Lucas, they can't see me. I'm not ready for them to know I'm back in the States yet.

Lucas: Let's get out of here.

Carrie: Okay.


Austin: You think he'd like this one?

Sami: Austin, it's your stupid brother. Lucas!


Jennifer: I really will miss you so much. And Abby and Jack Jr. -- We got used to having you around here.

Frankie: You have no idea how much I'm gonna miss you -- all of you. [ Chuckles] But, hey, I'll be back to visit.

Jennifer: Well, I hope so -- soon.

Frankie: Yeah.

[Doorbell rings]

Jennifer: I wonder who that is. I'm not expecting anyone.

Frankie: Want me to get it?

Jennifer: No, no. I'll get it. I hope it's not Mrs. Mason with another casserole. Hey.


Delivery Man: I have a delivery here for the Deveraux family. All I need is a signature.

Jennifer: Oh, okay. Sure. There you go.

Delivery Man: Great. I'll bring it in.

Jennifer: Okay. Well, what is it?


Jennifer: [Gasps]

[Exhales sharply]

Delivery Man: Merry Christmas.

Jennifer: Oh, my goodness. This is incredible. This is beautiful, but I didn't order this.

Frankie: I got it.

Jennifer: You got it?

Frankie: There you go, buddy. Put it over there in the corner.

Jennifer: I didn't order this.

Frankie: I did.

Jennifer: What?

Frankie: Oh, what can I say? Bonnie was having a sale. I couldn't pass it up.

Jennifer: Frankie, I can't believe you did this. This is incredible. Oh, my goodness. It's beautiful.

Frankie: Thank you. Oh. You know what? Keep it all, all right? Merry Christmas, buddy.

Delivery Man: Merry Christmas to you and your wife.

[Door opens, closes]


Frankie: Hmm.

Jennifer: [Chuckles] I can't believe you did this.

Frankie: What can I say? So, come on. Let's fire it up -- what do you say? -- Make sure all the lights are working.

Jennifer: Okay. Oh, my goodness. It's amazing.

Frankie: All right.

Jennifer: Let's see here. Okay. Hold on.

Frankie: All right.

Jennifer: Ready?

Frankie: Yeah.

Jennifer: Oh! [Gasps] Oh, my goodness. This is so beautiful, Frankie. It's perfect.

Frankie: I'm glad you like it.

Jennifer: I-I can't even believe it's almost Christmas. I haven't even thought about it. It's right around the corner, isn't it?

Frankie: Yeah.

Jennifer: I didn't even decorate the house. I haven't done anything.

Frankie: You've had a lot on your plate, which is why I took the liberty of ordering a tree. I just wish that there was, uh, there was more I could do to help.

Jennifer: You're the most amazing man.

Frankie: Oh, come on. It's just a tree.

Jennifer: That's not why I feel like this.

Frankie: What is it, then?

Jennifer: I'm afraid I am making a terrible mistake letting you go.


Bo: It's gonna be all right. The important thing right now is that you're okay.


Chelsea: But what about my car? They're gonna be able to fix it, right?

Max: The -- the car didn't make it, Chelsea. It's pretty much totaled.

Chelsea: Oh, my God.

Max: Yeah.

Chelsea: No, it can't be.

Bo: Hey, hey. After what happened tonight, who cares about a car?

Chelsea: [Voice breaking] I do. What am I supposed to do now?

Bo: Chelse.

Chelsea: I needed that car. It's the only thing I had that was all mine. It was the only thing that mattered. [Sniffles] I mean, besides my -- my friends and my family.

Bo: Hey, it's all right.

Nurse: Detective Brady? I'm sorry to interrupt. Could I talk to you and Mrs. Brady a minute outside?

Bo: Right now?

Nurse: If you don't mind.

Chelsea: What's going on?

Bo: Hey, don't you worry about it. You need to rest, okay? I'll be right back.


[Curtain slides]

Max: Hey. Hey, how you feeling? Do you want anything? You want some water?

Chelsea: No, I'm okay.

Max: I really am glad you're okay.

Chelsea: How did you know I was here? Did Bo and Hope call you?

Max: Well, I actually got here before they did. I was driving by, and I saw the accident, and then I saw your car...and I couldn't believe it. I -- by the shape it was in, I was just so afraid that maybe you were --

Chelsea: That I was dead?

Max: Yeah.

Chelsea: Well, I might as well be. Without my car, my life is over.

[Exhales deeply]


Officer: I'm sorry to have to tell you this, but I thought you should know. Just before the accident, I clocked your daughter going 30 miles an hour over the speed limit, and I was about to pull her over when it happened.

Hope: 30 miles an hour?

Officer: At least.

Bo: Well, I've been talking to her about her driving. You know, after what happened tonight, I'm sure she learned her lesson. It -- it won't happen again, but thanks for letting us know.

Officer: No, it won't happen again because I ran her license, and she's been cited several times for both speeding and reckless driving. Detective, this is her third strike.

Hope: She's gotten tickets? We had no idea.

Bo: We knew she had gotten stopped, but she told us that she got off with a warning.

Officer: Highway patrol cracks down over the holidays. She's been popped twice at least in the last month.

Hope: Oh, my God.

Officer: You guys know what this means -- I'm gonna have to hang on to her license, and she's gonna have to appear before a Judge in traffic court A.S.A.P.

Bo: Yeah.

Officer: Look, I'm really sorry, but I am relieved to know your daughter's all right. She got off lucky.

Bo: She did. Thanks, man.

Hope: Thank you.

Bo: See ya. [Exhales deeply] Well, losing her license is probably the best thing that could have happened out of all this. It may even save her life.

Hope: I'm sure she won't see it that way. You know she's not gonna take this very well. You saw how upset she was over losing the car.

Bo: Yeah. I better be the one to tell her.

Hope: Yeah, I think you're right. She'd like it even less coming from me..


Max: Chelsea, your life is not gonna end. You don't have a car -- big deal.

Chelsea: It is a big deal.

Max: How?

Chelsea: How am I gonna get to school or work, never mind me ever being able to go out with my friends or have fun ever again?

Max: You'll have me to drive you around, all right? A professional race car driver driving you around -- I mean, what could be better than that?

Chelsea: [Scoffs]

Max: Look, I'm just saying it's not the end of the world. The world isn't gonna end.

Chelsea: It is to me. Winning that car was the only good thing that's happened to me since my parents died -- my other parents.

Max: You found your real mom and dad -- or they found you.

Chelsea: Don't say "real." Bo and Billie are my biological parents. And finding out that my whole life has been a lie isn't exactly what I'd call good news.

Max: Well, it could be if you give them a chance, Chelsea.

Chelsea: I have been. We just had nonalcoholic eggnog at their house.

Max: And it wasn't so bad, was it?

Chelsea: I just wish this never happened.

Max: Trust me -- it's gonna be okay.


[Curtain slides]

Bo: Hey. How you feeling?

Chelsea: I'm okay, I guess. I'm just a little sore -- nothing major.

Max: You might need to talk some sense into your daughter here. She seems to think her life is over now that she doesn't have wheels.

Bo: I see. Why don't you give us a second? We need to talk.

Max: Sure. Look, I'll be right outside, okay?

Chelsea: Thanks. Thanks for being here.

Max: Yeah. No problem.

Bo: You know something? You got to think positive here. You're alive...after a really terrible accident. You weren't hurt seriously. No one else was hurt.

Chelsea: I know, but it still sucks finding out that -- that I lost my car.

Bo: Yeah. Well, that's not all you lost.

Chelsea: What do you mean?

Bo: Well, the police officer just said that, uh, your license has been suspended and you're gonna have to appear in traffic court.

Chelsea: No way. They can't take my license away. Dad, you have to fix this. You have to do something.


Austin: Sami, will you calm down?

Sami: No, not until I find out the name of that slut.

Austin: Why? Why?

Sami: Because --

Austin: 'Cause why? What are you gonna do when you find out? What are you gonna do? So just relax... and enjoy the walk back.

Sami: We did just see Mick Jagger.

Austin: Yeah!

Sami: It was pretty incredible.

Austin: It was amazing.

Sami: Thank you, Austin.


Lucas: It was great.

Carrie: It was fantastic.

Lucas: It was loud.

Carrie: I know. I can't hear too good.

Lucas: He can move, though. I want to move like that when I'm his age.

Carrie: And those tight pants, too.

Lucas: I could wear those now.

Carrie: [Chuckles] Sorry.

Lucas: You know, they fit. Maybe a little snug, but, you know...

Carrie: A little. That was a great concert. Thank you.


Frankie: You're not making a mistake. You're doing what you -- you think you need to do -- what you think is best for you and your family. And, hey, it's not like you're getting rid of me. I mean, we're always gonna be friends, Jen. And I'm still gonna be around -- okay? -- So I'm gonna check in on you. If there's anything you need... I'll be there. You know that, right?

Jennifer: Yeah, I know that. [Inhales, exhales deeply] You're my best friend. [Sniffles]

Frankie: There's nothing I wouldn't do for you.

Jennifer: Thanks. [Sniffles]

Frankie: Okay. Well, if I'm gonna make that flight, I better start packing.

Jennifer: You know, Frankie, it really is not -- it is not gonna be the same without you around here.

Frankie: You're gonna be all right. Promise me.

Jennifer: I promise you.

Frankie: Okay. Get some sleep. I'll see you in the morning.

Jennifer: Frankie... I, um, I do just want to thank you for everything, really.


[Door opens, closes]

[Exhales deeply]


Jennifer: In my whole life, I have only loved one man. And that love has been tested over and over and over. But I think it's the tests that have made us stronger. And.... you're the man that I love, and I want to be your wife again. So... here we go. If you'd just help me down. Okay.

[Exhales deeply] Jack Deveraux... will you marry me?

Jack: [Exhales deeply] [Chuckles] Jennifer...

Jennifer: Oh! [Laughs] It's the pillow.

Jack: Oh, Miss Horton... yes. Yes, I will marry you.

Jennifer: [Giggling]

Jack: [Exhales deeply]


Max: I've tried to tell her to slow down. I must have told her a million times. I just wish she would have listened to me.

Hope: Max, it's not your fault. Chelsea is an adult. She should know better. And by the way, I happen to think you're a very good influence on her.

Max: Yeah. Not good enough, apparently. She's gonna be so upset when she finds out that she's losing her license.

Hope: Yeah, she will. But I hope you'll help her to understand why it happened. If she doesn't learn from this experience, she will never learn, and next time, it could be a whole lot worse. If it's not her who gets hurt, it could be somebody else.


Bo: Sorry, Chelsea. There's nothing I can do.

Chelsea: I don't believe that. You're the senior detective of the Salem P.D. and you're a Brady and a Kiriakis, and your wife is a Horton. There must be some way you can influence the Judge or whatever. Just make him see that it was a mistake -- an accident that could have happened to anyone.

Bo: Chelsea... this accident happened because you were driving very recklessly. You were going over the speed limit.

Chelsea: I don't believe this. You're taking the cop's word over mine? You're refusing to help me.

Bo: Yeah, I am.

Chelsea: Dad, please. You have to. You have to do something. I'm your daughter. I thought you cared about me.

Bo: Yes, Chelsea... I care very much about you. And that's exactly why I can't intervene.

Chelsea: Get out. [Sniffles]

Bo: Chelse --

Chelsea: No.

Bo: Come on. I only want what's best for you.

Chelsea: I said, "get out."

Max: Don't be mad at Bo, okay? He's just trying to do the right thing for you.

Chelsea: No. The right thing would be to stick up for his daughter. I should have known I couldn't have counted on him. He's just as bad as Hope. But they're dead to me now -- as dead to me as my real parents are.


Austin: It was a great concert, except...

Nicole: What?

Austin: I saw a ghost from my past.


Lucas: Of all the horrible, unconscionable things you' ever done, Sami, this has got to top them all.


Bo: After all the time I lost with Victor, I don't want the same thing to happen with Chelsea and me.


Alice: You're going to be okay, Jennifer. I promise you.

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