Days Transcript Thursday 3/9/06

Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 3/9/06 - Canada; Friday 3/10/06 - U.S.A.


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Calliope: Are we ready for rehearsal? Let's look excited!

Shawn D.: Sure. That's a nice hat you got.

Mimi: Yeah.

Calliope: What is the most important thing that has to be done at the end of the day? Do you know the answer to this? You have to be married, okay? That's all, just married. Why do you look faint?

Mimi: I'm not gonna faint. Well, I mean, I haven't eaten much today.

Calliope: There's no, no eating in a Calliope Jones Bradford wedding. You're supposed to enjoy yourself. You look beautiful in the dress. You don't have to starve yourself.

Shawn D.: She'll fit in the dress just fine.

Calliope: It's very important to me that you don't starve, okay? And no fainting, 'cause you look like a fainter.

Mimi: I'm not.

Calliope: Okay. All right. Well, I've been thinking that I'd like to talk to you about the reception.

Mimi: Well, we already have.

Shawn D.: A lot.

Calliope: Yes, but... the thing about my weddings that make them so memorable is that I always try to help the couple come up with a theme.

Mimi: A theme?

Calliope: Yes, a theme. And since everybody seems a little...down, I was thinking, what is an up, up feeling kind of a thing? Bubbles.

Shawn D.: I don't even know what you're talking about.

Mimi: Oh, Mrs. Bradford, we understand that, you know, you're known for your daring wedding concepts, but no. No bubbles. We're really traditional people.

Calliope: Traditional when I lived in Salem, you had to hire a gunman for the wedding. But I hear you. I hear you. All right. Cancel the bubble machines!

Mimi: Bubble machines.

Shawn D.: Bubbles.

Mimi: She had bubble machines.

Shawn D.: Who would have thought? I'm gonna hire a gunman for her.


Philip: Hey, glad to see you guys aren't having any pre-wedding jitters. Sorry we're late. Claire had a little bit of a meltdown. It's very out of character.

Belle: We, like, fed her. We burped her, changed her twice. She hasn't been this fussy since before she got sick.

Philip: But the good news is she's getting back to her old self, right, baby?

Belle: Maybe I should give her a bottle.

Philip: I tried to give her a bottle before. She threw the thing halfway across the room. I'm telling you, this little girl has an arm on her.


Shawn D.: Hey, can I try?

Philip: Can you? Please.

Shawn D.: Come here, Claire.

Philip: Godfather, let's do it.

Shawn D.: I bet the only reason you were throwing that bottle across the room is you just want to show your mommy and daddy what kind of arm you have, 'cause you take after your Godfather that way, right? Right? And I bet you that screaming was just to show them in about 20 years how you're gonna be playing for major league baseball.

Philip: Look at this guy. He's got the magic touch. He's perfect.

Shawn D.: Well, I'm gonna be a good dad one day, you know?

Mimi: You know what? I'd better go tell Father Jansen that we're all ready.

Philip: Okay.


Bonnie: [Sighs] Nothing like a swig of holy water to cure whatever ails you -- varicose veins, acid reflux. Plus, it wards off vampires and the I.R.S.

Mimi: How is it for saving relationships?

Bonnie: Why, baby? What happened?

Mimi: Nothing yet.

Bonnie: Well, thank God.

Mimi: But when Shawn finds out he's Claire's father, and that I knew and I didn't tell him, our marriage will be over before it starts.


Hope: You have a beautiful house, and you've been the perfect host. But I came to Morgan Island because I really want to be alone, to think over everything that's happened -- Zack, Bo... and Billie and Chelsea.

Patrick: I understand needing time to heal.

Hope: Thank you.

Patrick: But I don't think it's a good idea for you to be by yourself. You need a friend, okay? Someone who will respect your space, but will be there if you need to talk or cry or, I don't know, laugh, you know?

Hope: And what? You're that person?

Patrick: Yeah. You bet. Look, I'll tell you what. Why don't you just try it for a few days, okay? If it's not working, you can leave.


Bo: You know, I don't know why you're so surprised. We talked about this last night before I got Hope's text message.

Billie: Yeah, well, last night you were drunk and upset, and I also seem to recall that you said you may never want to see Hope again. I know you didn't mean half the things you said, but you did say that you wouldn't abandon Chelsea. And now, all of a sudden, you want to see her go to jail?

Bo: No, I didn't -- I want the legal system to do what it does. I shouldn't have interfered in the first place.

Billie: If Hope weren't coming back for the trial, would you be doing this?

Bo: Doing what? Standing by my wife? Trying to save my marriage?

Billie: At the expense of your daughter's life.

Bo: I'm not gonna lose my marriage over this.

Billie: But you'll throw away Chelsea.

Bo: Her future is up to the courts, not me.

Billie: Bo, how's it gonna look if her own father isn't on her side? I understand how Hope feels. I really do. But it was an accident. And I want you to stand by Hope, but not at the expense of Chelsea. Please don't abandon Chelsea, especially right now. She needs us.


Abby: I got your voice mail. What's up?

Chelsea: Oh, my God, Abby. You are never gonna guess what happened to me last night at The Craze.

Abby: Want to bet?


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


Chelsea: Give me this. This is a total lie. I didn't offer to have sex with him if he bought me a drink.

Abby: Then what happened?

Chelsea: I was sitting at the bar drinking a soda and this cute guy asked me if I wanted a beer, so I said, "yeah."

Abby: You're underage, Chelsea.

Chelsea: Not by that much. Anyway, he asked me what I'd give him for it, and I told him a kiss. But it was just, like, a joke or whatever. Only Max came in, tried to take my beer away, and gave me this huge lecture. Then the guy snapped a picture, said he was working for

the Intruder, and then Max told him to hand over the film, but he just laughed at us and left. So Max went after him, pinned him up against the wall, and then I took the film out of the camera.

Abby: Great going.

Chelsea: So how did he still get a picture?

Abby: Maybe he had a memory stick.

Chelsea: This isn't even a good shot. I look terrible.

Abby: Chelsea, how you look is supposed to be the last thing that you're worrying about. You're supposed to be keeping a low profile. You're supposed to be sorry about what happened.

Chelsea: I am sorry about what happened, Abby, and you know that.

Abby: Sure, but partying at clubs isn't really the way to convince Salem.. How is Frankie supposed to defend you when you keep on making everything worse? And you know what? When Bo and Billie find out, they're gonna go ballistic.

Chelsea: Oh, my God. You're right. We can't let my dad see this.


Bo: I am not abandoning our daughter. I know she didn't mean to kill Zack, and I know that she's sorry. But she can't just walk. She's been out of control lately.

Billie: Well, if she is, it's because she comes by it honestly. We were out of control, too, once a long time ago, remember? The two of us? Look, Chelsea has already learned the hardest way possible that her actions have consequences. She's growing up, Bo. I think we're gonna see a whole new Chelsea.

Bo: Hope you're right. What the hell?

Billie: What?

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Shawn D.: It's still so amazing for me to think that a part of my brother is now a part of her. My brother saved your life. What are you, surfing?

Philip: Pretty amazing for us, too. But believe me, as soon as she is old enough, she's gonna understand everything about Zack and everything he gave her. That's right.

Shawn D.: Look at her smiling.

Philip: I've never seen her so happy in someone else's arms, have you?

Belle: No, not really.

Philip: It's like she knows you're her Godfather or something like that.


Calliope: No offense, Philip, but I think that she thinks that he's her father. Unless she's just learning how to flirt early. Stay away from my husband.

Mimi: What are you doing?

Bonnie: Just paying for a few of my sins -- like that Heath Ledger look-alike who works at the gas station, oh, and that hunk guy who delivers beer to The Cheatin' Heart.

Mimi: Okay, that's too much information. I get it.

Bonnie: I'm sorry, honey. I'm sorry. I just want everything to be Jake with God when I come to your wedding.

Mimi: Well, unfortunately, not everything is going to be Jake with Shawn and me.

Bonnie: The only way that Shawn is gonna find out that he's Claire's father is if you tell him. And you are way too smart to do that. Mimi, stop, please. Please. This is -- look at me, honey. This is your big chance at happiness, the gold ring, the whole enchilada. What happened between Shawn and Belle has nothing to do with you.

Mimi: What happened between Shawn and Belle created Claire.

Bonnie: But they were semiconscious. They don't even know what happened. It couldn't have meant that much to them. If it was any good, they'd remember.

Mimi: Oh, Mom, please. I know it happened. How can I stand here and marry Shawn in a church before God while I am keeping this a secret from him, when I am keeping him away from Claire?

Bonnie: No one's keeping him away from Claire. He's very much a part of her life. He's her Godfather.

Mimi: He's her father!

Bonnie: Shh!

Mimi: He deserves to know that. He deserves to be able to spend every minute of every day with her, not just birthdays and special occasions. He needs to know that before the wedding, so he can decide who he really wants to marry.

Bonnie: Stop. Please, please don't do this. You've won. You've got yourself Shawn Brady. If you tell him the truth about Claire, you'll blow it.

Mimi: Mom, you're always telling me how wonderful I am, and how much Shawn loves me.

Bonnie: You are, and he does.

Mimi: Then why are you so sure that he would choose Belle over me?

Bonnie: I'm not, honey. Oh, honey, come here. Come here. But if he does, are you willing to take that chance and live with it for the rest of your life?

Mimi: It's just the chance that I'm gonna have to take. I won't start my marriage off with a lie.

Bonnie: Damn it, Mimi. You're like a horse I bet on this summer. She came from behind, got ahead of the pack, but right before she crossed the finish line, she collapsed. She didn't even show.

Mimi: So I'm just one more disappointment.

Bonnie: No. No. That's not what I meant. Honey, honey, I know how happy you and Shawn are. Why would you risk it and spoil it?

Mimi: Rex and I were happy, too. But I kept the truth from him, and I lost him. And I do not want to make that mistake again. So before I marry Shawn, I have to come clean.

Shawn D.: What are you talking about, Mimi?


Patrick: Well, what do you say?

Hope: I appreciate the offer, but I really do want to be alone. That's why I came here in the first place. Patrick, I need time to sort through things.

Patrick: Look, I know it's none of my business, but I just think it would help if you talked about it.

Hope: You know what? You're right. It is none of your business. So, please, do me a favor. As a friend, as someone who cares about me, just take me to the airport.


Bo: So this is the whole new Chelsea you been talking about?

Billie: No. There's got to be some mistake. We talked about her going out last night, and we both agreed that she shouldn't go.

Bo: She manipulated you. Just like she manipulates me and everybody else..

Billie: What -- you make her sound like she's pathological.

Bo: She lied to you, and you're defending her?


Chelsea: We just have to make sure that my dad hasn't seen the paper yet..

Abby: Eventually he will.

Chelsea: Well, if we just talk to him first, then we can prepare him for everything. Hi, daddy. How are you? I brought you some doughnuts. I didn't think you'd eaten breakfast yet. Billie, what are you doing here? I can explain that. I swear.


Bo: I'm through listening to your explanations.

Chelsea: No, Dad, I'm sorry.

Bo: And sorry -- don't say "I'm sorry" to me. I've heard that enough out of you. You're sorry you lost your license. You're sorry about the accident. You're sorry you didn't know you ran over Zack. You're sorry you killed him.

Chelsea: I am.

Bo: Yeah, and the way you show it is going out partying? He isn't even cold in his grave.

Chelsea: Just give me a chance, okay?

Bo: I've given you enough chances, Chelsea.

Chelsea: Look, it's not the way -- it didn't happen --

Bo: I don't want to hear it. I'm out of here.

Chelsea: But, Dad --

Bo: Lock up when you're out.

Chelsea: Dad, where are you going?

Bo: To the church to pray for your little brother.

Billie: How could you do this?


Shawn D.: What do you have to come clean about?

Bonnie: She's just being dramatic. I swear she should have been an actress.

Mimi: Mom, stop it. Shawn, before we get married, I have a confession to make.

Calliope: You certainly do. And so do you. Before Father Jansen can marry you, you have to go to confession or it can't happen. So let's do this right after the rehearsal and check it off the list. So, everybody, places. I'm gonna go get Father Jansen. I'm gonna get him a cushion for his chair in there, 'cause something tells me with this crowd, he's gonna need it. Oh, what a cute baby.


Belle: Oh, Claire.

Philip: You give a smile to your daddy. You give a smile.

Bonnie: You know, they have a wonderful babysitter in the nursery.

Belle: You're right. I'll take her down there. Otherwise, we'll never get through this. Here, got the bag?

Philip: Yeah. You can take that?

Belle: Yeah. Don't forget the bunny!

Philip: Bye-bye, baby.


Bonnie: Anything to keep that kid away from Shawn.

Mimi: Don't you feel a little ashamed manipulating people in a church?

Bonnie: Me and God have an understanding.

Mimi: You know what? God and me have an understanding, too. Only mine involves telling the truth.

Bonnie: All right. Let's try this. Imagine yourself in that beautiful heirloom, Brady wedding gown, getting ready to walk down this aisle. The pews are filled with family and friends who are here because they believe so much in this marriage. The music starts. The crowd is hushed. And up there at the altar stands Shawn, looking more handsome than ever in his tuxedo and happier than he's ever been. And he's waiting to make you happy, too, waiting to welcome you to his side, to hear you say the words that will make you his wife till death do you part.


Bo: Please, come home, Fancy Face. I need you.


Patrick: I'll, uh, I'll take you wherever you want to go. Just let me grab a shirt.

Hope: I came here to run away from my problems, but I should have known that wasn't possible. They just follow you.

Patrick: You mean I followed you.

Hope: No, I mean -- I was so angry with Bo... and Billie and Chelsea that -- it's someone else I blame for Zack's accident, someone that I can never get away from.

Patrick: Who?

Hope: Me.

Patrick: Come on, Hope.

Hope: I shouldn't have let Zack go to that sleep over. If we'd all stayed home New Year's... he'd still be here.

Patrick: Hope, you can't blame yourself.

Hope: Of course I blame myself. I should have made sure that he understood never to go out into the street by himself. I'm a terrible mother. My God, I deserve to be punished just as much as Chelsea does.

Patrick: No.

Hope: I'm sorry I snapped at you before. I just -- I'm really confused.

Patrick: I know. I know. That's why I don't think you should be alone.

Hope: You know, a part of me just really wants to hide out here forever, but another part of me knows that I can't, that I have to face life... without Zack, possibly without Bo. I'm death.

Patrick: Of course you are. And you're right. You do have to face life. But not necessarily right now. Look, you're allowed time to be confused, to grieve, to focus on yourself. Look, before you make any decisions, before you decide to leave the island, let me take you someplace, okay, someplace that might change your whole perspective on everything.


Fr. Jansen: And this is the part where the bride and groom kiss. Would you like to practice that?

Shawn D.: Oh, you bet.

Mimi: [Laughs]

Philip: Hey, now. Hey, save it for the wedding night. That's enough.


Shawn D.: What are you doing here?

Bo: I was about to ask you the same thing.

Shawn D.: Finishing up my wedding rehearsal.

Bo: And you didn't invite your parents?

Mimi: Shawn, maybe, um, you should talk to your father alone.

Shawn D.: I don't owe him an explanation because I don't want him to be here -- not at the rehearsal and certainly not at the wedding.

Mimi: I know, but your mom's probably not gonna be at the wedding. I just don't want to see you make a decision about your dad that you're gonna regret.

Shawn D.: No, I'm not gonna regret it.

Mimi: He's hurting, too. Please, just go talk to him. This is our wedding day, and I don't want it to be unhappy -- not for him or you.

Shawn D.: Okay. All right. I'm doing this for you.

Mimi: Thank you.


Calliope: Father Jansen, do you have time to hear the confessions now? These kids are lousy with sins.

Philip: Ha ha.

Fr. Jansen: It's a wonderful idea.

Belle: I'll go first, okay?

Fr. Jansen: Okay. This way, Belle.

Belle: Okay.


Shawn D.: So what are you doing here?

Bo: I came to light a candle for Zack. Does your mother know about your wedding plans?

Shawn D.: Not exactly.

Bo: What does that mean?

Shawn D.: Well, I told her we'd wait to get married until after she came home.

Bo: So you lied to her?

Shawn D.: Guess it runs in the family.

Bo: Do you know how hurt your mom's gonna be to miss your wedding like this?

Shawn D.: Not as hurt as what you did to her, which is exactly why she won't be at my wedding. She had to get away from you. And I don't blame her.


Belle: Bless me, Father, for I have sinned. It's been a while since my last confession.

Fr. Jansen: Do you have anything to confess?

Belle: Is it a sin if you just think it?

Fr. Jansen: That depends. What is it?

Belle: I'm in love with someone other than my husband, and I don't know what to do.


Bonnie: Just wait till you're a mother. You'll understand why there is nothing wrong with wanting the best for your kids.

Mimi: And what's best for Claire?

Bonnie: Sticking right where she is -- with two parents who love her and Shawn as her Godfather. Plus, she's heir to the Kiriakis fortune. It's a damn sweet deal..

Mimi: But it's a lie. Maybe Father Jansen can help me figure out what to do. Not that I don't already know what I have to do.

Bonnie: You're gonna confess this to him?

Mimi: Of course. I can't have this sin on my conscience when I get married.

Bonnie: Thank God he's bound to secrecy. Honey, help me out here. I don't understand why you won't just let this go.

Mimi: Because, Mother, it means living a lie. Haven't you ever wished that you would come clean about something so you didn't have to spend your entire life worrying that it would come back and bite you?

Bonnie: Nope. I roll the dice and take my chances and move on. Besides, after all these years, if I walked into a confessional, oh, baby.


Fr. Jansen: What would you like to confess?

Bonnie: Well, um, I made a list -- kind of like they do at the CMA Awards -- and I figured I'd start with the sex stuff and then move on to the cons and the scams and flimflams and... anyway, working my way backwards, uh, wow. There's this really hunky guy at the gas station. I swear, the only way I could tell those twins apart was by the funny little birthmark on Ralph's -- yeah, uh... I didn't mean to break up their marriage. Hell, I didn't plan on keeping the guy anyway. So moving on to the cons... I don't think selling watered-down drinks is a sin, do you? [Rumbling] Maybe we should absolve the first batch before we move on. Would five or six Hail Mary's, a couple of our father's do the trick?

Fr. Jansen: I'm sorry. You're on your own.

Bonnie: Hey! [Coughs]

Bonnie: No way am I ever stepping foot in one of those things.


Belle: And it's not that I don't love Philip, because I do, I just -- I love Shawn more. And even though he's marrying Mimi, I know deep down that he still loves me, too.

Fr. Jansen: Which I recall he tried to prove on your wedding day by driving his motorcycle into the middle of the ceremony. [Motorcycle engine running] [ Screaming] You're not planning any similar declarations of love for Shawn's wedding, are you?

Belle: No, of course not. I knew back then that I had made a mistake, and I wanted to make things right. But before I could, Philip was shipped off to war. And then he was held prisoner. And then he lost his leg. And now we have Claire. Father, please tell me what to do.

Fr. Jansen: There's only one thing you can do. Pray for God's strength to honor your wedding vows.

Belle: But I love Shawn.

Fr. Jansen: He's about to marry Mimi.

Belle: What if he doesn't? What if I stop the wedding?

Fr. Jansen: That wouldn't change the fact that you have a husband and child.

Belle: I can get a divorce.

Fr. Jansen: The church doesn't recognize divorce.

Belle: People do it every day.

Fr. Jansen: Yes. Belle, God gave you free will to make your own choices. And you've made the same choice over and over, haven't you? To stay with your husband and preserve your family. I think something's been telling you all along that you've made the right decision. When you married Philip, you became one. You were joined in holy matrimony forever.


Bo: Shawn, however you feel about me right now, someday you'll regret not having your mom at your wedding.

Shawn D.: I already regret it, and I blame you. If you had not lied about Chelsea, then she would have never left town.

Calliope: Bo, we need to talk about what you're gonna wear to the wedding.

Shawn D.: I told you he is not going to be at the wedding.

Calliope: Okay. Why don't we go check on the girls?

Shawn D.: Yeah, good idea.

Philip: Come on, baby. Okay.

Shawn D.: Way to be thinking.


Bo: Shawn, listen to me. Someday you'll have a child of your own, and you'll understand why I wanted to protect my daughter. Same way I protect you your whole life.

Shawn D.: I never killed anyone.

Bo: Well, you could have when you rode your motorcycle through that window in there. I pulled every string I had to, to keep you out of jail.

Shawn D.: You did not pull any strings. You wanted me to go to prison so I could learn my lesson. I hated you at the time for it, but yeah, I did learn mine. Just like Chelsea needs to learn hers.

Bo: I agree with you, Shawn.

Shawn D.: I don't even want to hear this. I'm done.

Bo: Stay here.

Shawn D.: Let go of me! Dad, get your hands off me.

Philip: Hey, hey, hey, hey. We're in a church.

Shawn D.: I can't believe this. You knew this, and you're still defending her.


Chelsea: I didn't think anything bad would happen, Mom.

Billie: You didn't think, period. We talked about this. I'd like to be alone with Chelsea, please, Abby.

Abby: Yeah. Talk to you later.


Billie: You promised me. You promised me that you wouldn't go out.

Chelsea: I got bored, Mom.

Billie: So what? You're trading prison for a fun night out?

Chelsea: It didn't happen the way the paper said it did.

Billie: It doesn't matter! Everyone in Salem is gonna be reading that. And if you think there is a potential jury that is going to be sympathetic to you, you're crazy.

Chelsea: Well, Frankie can do something about it. I mean, he can change the venue or something.

Billie: Don't count on it. And don't count on Bo's help, either.

Chelsea: Dad's just shocked. He'll calm down.

Billie: Oh, really? Hope text-messaged Bo, saying that she will be back for the trial. And she will do everything in her power to make sure you go to jail. And Bo is gonna support her.

Chelsea: He canít. I'm his daughter.

Billie: And she is his wife.

Chelsea: Well, then, Mom, you have to do something. You have to convince Bo to change his mind.

Billie: After this, I don't think that's possible.

Chelsea: Yes, it is. You're wrong. There's actually a very simple way for you to convince Bo to be on my side and help me out. You love him. Hope's gone. Put out for him.


Billie: How dare you talk to me like that? You make yet another stupid, selfish decision and you want me to sleep with somebody to save your butt?!

Chelsea: Oh, stop being so melodramatic. It's not like you don't love Bo..

Billie: I care about him! And I respect him. So I will not seduce him in order to manipulate him into changing his mind about Hope.

Chelsea: It's not like you haven't done it before, Mom. Deep down, I know you still want Bo, and you would do anything to get him back. I've heard of some of the stories that you've tried in the past to get him back, Mom, and they would have worked, except Hope was always in the way. But she's out of the picture now, and you have a real chance. Only you have to act fast before she comes back. You know I'm right about this. It's a win-win situation for all of us. We can finally be a family, Mom, all of us. Just you, me, and dad.

Billie: Stop it.


Patrick: Sorry the boat ride was a little rough. The currents around this cove are pretty strong.

Hope: You handled it like a pro. Wait a second. I recognize this spot.

Patrick: Yeah, it's the place from the photo you admired back at the house.

Hope: The picture with the school kids.

Patrick: Right. There's the orphanage where I volunteer.

Hope: Wow. What a beautiful location.

Patrick: Yeah. I think this is the most amazing place on the whole island.

Hope: Thank you for sharing it with me.

Patrick: You're welcome. You know, the kids should be out for recess.

Hope: We'd better get going, then.

Patrick: We don't have to go.

Hope: Patrick, honestly, I don't know if I could handle being around a bunch of little kids. It'd be too hard for me. I miss Zack so much.

Patrick: Actually, that's one of the reasons I brought you down here, just to show you that life goes on. But if you think it's gonna be too hard, if you want to go --


James: Patrick!

Patrick: Hey, James, what's up, buddy? High five, yeah. All right. James Davis, this is Hope Brady.

Hope: How do you do?

James: You're pretty.

Hope: Oh! Thank you.

Patrick: Whoa! Hey, what's up, buddy? Scottie, how are you doing?

Scottie: Is she your wife?

Patrick: No, no, no. She's just a good friend. Scottie Ronaldson, this is Hope Brady.

Hope: How do you do, Scottie?

Scottie: Do you like American football?

Hope: As a matter of fact, I love it -- The Patriots.

Scottie: Patrick taught me how to throw a perfect spiral.

James: Patrick can do anything.

Hope: I'm beginning to believe you're right.

Patrick: Well, I told their teacher I'd run a sports clinic when I come down here. They can't afford a gym teacher. Hey, you guys, I have a great idea. Come here for a second. All right, are you ready for this? Why don't you two show hope how good you can throw and catch, okay?

Scottie: Okay.

James: Cool.

Patrick: Yeah. You don't mind, do you?

Hope: No, I -- no, it's fine.

Patrick: Okay. All right, guys, go at it.

Scottie: Go back, James, go back.

Scottie: You ready? Here it comes.

Hope: Scottie, stay here.


Calliope: So are you all squared with God?

Belle: I have to go check on Claire.

Calliope: Guess not.

Bonnie: [Thinking] God, please, I know I'm a lost cause. But Mimi's a good kid. She deserves to be happy. And the only way that's gonna happen is if everyone keeps thinking that Claire is Philip's baby. Please, help her. Help her see that it's the right thing to do.


Mimi: Forgive me, Father, it's been too long since my last confession.

Fr. Jansen: You sound troubled, Mimi.

Mimi: I am.

Fr. Jansen: Lots of brides get pre-wedding jitters.

Mimi: It's not that. I mean, not really.

Fr. Jansen: Anything you tell me goes no further.

Mimi: I know. Father Jansen, God has forgiven me for some really major things.

Fr. Jansen: That goes for all of us. I'm glad you recognize his mercy at work in your life.

Mimi: Yeah, I just -- I think I'm probably pushing my luck now.

Fr. Jansen: What do you mean?

Mimi: I know something, Father. And if other people find out, it could change a lot of lives -- including my own.

Fr. Jansen: Sounds serious.

Mimi: Yeah. Philip is not Claire's father, Shawn is.

Fr. Jansen: And you've been keeping this news from Shawn.

Mimi: Well, I've been trying to tell him, but every time I do, something comes up. If Shawn finds out the truth, I could lose him. He could leave me and go back to Belle, and Belle would leave Philip, and then...

Fr. Jansen: I understand your conflict, but I can't give you absolution until you tell Shawn the truth. And without absolution, I can't marry you in this church.


Billie: Why are you doing this to me?

Chelsea: I'm not doing this to you, I am doing this for you. Because you love Bo, and you need him as much as I do.

Billie: However I feel about Bo, I wouldn't break up his marriage then, and I won't do it now.

Chelsea: Oh, please, Mom. Grandma told me the whole story. Only when Hope returned from the dead did you decide to give Bo up. And you didn't make a noble sacrifice. You made a mistake.

Billie: No. I made the right decision.

Chelsea: I don't think even you really believe that. How many times have you regretted that decision, Mom? How many times do you wish you could have changed your mind? Bo is the true love of your life. And if you hadn't let him go, if you had stayed with him instead of living by yourself in those hotel rooms for all those years, all of this would have been yours. And, Mom, it still can be. You're getting a second chance. Hope is gone again, and you are here. And I know that you still love Bo. And deep down, I know that he loves you, too. So stop playing hooker with a heart of gold, and go after the man you love.

Billie: So Bo can keep you out of prison.

Chelsea: So you can finally be happy, Mom.

Billie: You're amazing.

Chelsea: I'm serious. Do this or don't bother visiting me at prison, because I won't see you. I won't have a mother anymore.


Shawn D.: Chelsea is out of control, and you sided with her over your own wife.

Bo: I was protecting my daughter.

Shawn D.: Oh, yeah? And what about Zack, your own son? What happened to protecting him? You see, this is why mom left town. And for her sake, I hope she never comes back.


Hope: Oh, my God.

Zack: Help me, Mommy.

Hope: Baby, hang on. Mommy's here. Hang on! Aah!


Mimi: I just think forgiveness is really important.


Bo: I pray that someday Shawn's mom will forgive me.


Sami: I am gonna be with Austin. Just you wait and see.


Lexie: Which man do you want most?

Carrie: Austin.


Austin: Those for Carrie?

Lucas: Yeah, actually. We got a hot date, you know.

Austin: Sorry, man. There ain't no way that date is gonna happen.

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