Days Transcript Friday 4/28/06

Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 4/28/06 - Canada; Monday 5/1/06 - U.S.A.


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Frankie: Murray? Yeah, yeah, yeah. It's Frankie Brady. I'm great. Thanks.. I was wondering if you had a chance to search the database on Patrick Lockhart. Oh, come on. Isn't this normally a slow day at the department of justice? [ Chuckles] Yeah, thanks, thanks. I appreciate it. No, no. I just need to know if the Intel on this guy came up -- if anything came up, you know?

Jennifer: Isn't it lonely there? Have you met any people? Have you made some friends?

Hope: Well, um, actually, I've been here with an old friend.

Jennifer: Really? Anyone I know?

Hope: Yeah. Patrick Lockhart. Please do not -- do not -- tell anyone that Patrick Lockhart is here with me.

Frankie: Sure. Sure, sure. I'll hold. Hey.

Jennifer: Hey.

Frankie: J.J. asleep?

Jennifer: Yeah. Listen, do you really think that Patrick matches that fugitive's profile?

Frankie: We're gonna try to find out.

Jennifer: Frankie, you have to remember that Bo hates Patrick, and he's the one who thinks there's a connection. There is no real evidence.

Frankie: I know you want to think the best of Lockhart, okay, but we all know he's a con man. He committed multiple counts of fraud, and if this really is him, maybe even murder. I'll tell you one thing, Jen. If he did what's on this police report, not only will he go to prison, he's looking at the death penalty. Murray? Yeah. I'm back. Yeah, I'm here. I can't hear you. I'm gonna take this call outside. I get better reception.

Jennifer: Okay.

Frankie: Yeah, Murray?

Jennifer: Oh, Hope. I know Patrick's our friend. I know he's our friend, Hope, but you got to be careful.

Hope: Patrick and Alma look so in love. [Drawer opens, closes] [Telephone rings] Hello.

Jennifer: Hey. Hi, it's me.

Hope: Hey. Twice in one day.

Jennifer: Yeah. Thanks for e-mailing me your number so I could get ahold of you. I hope I'm not bothering you.

Hope: No, no, not at all. I love hearing from you. Besides, Patrick and I are going out in a little while, and he's taking care of a few last-minute plans. This is the perfect time. What's up?

Jennifer: Actually, there's something that you need to know about Patrick.

Chelsea: Come on, Abby. Where are you? You're 15 minutes late.

Frankie: Yeah. Yeah, Murray. He has a mother and a sister, and they both swear that they don't know where he is. Mm-hmm. Actually, I do believe them. It's not my call. I'm sure the police will think about it. Yeah. Oh, I remember what I was gonna ask -- does he have any aliases? Okay. Well, I'm at the place where he lived in the room above the garage. I'll tell you what. I'll look around, see if he left any mail behind -- maybe under a different name. Yeah. All right, Murray. Hey, thank you, and if you hear anything, let me know. All right, buddy.

Chelsea: Was that about Patrick?

Frankie: Yeah.

Chelsea: Is he in some kind of trouble?

Frankie: The police are looking for someone. He fits the description.

Chelsea: Well, do you guys know where he's at or anything?

Frankie: Not a clue. Any reason why you're, uh, you're out here all alone?

Chelsea: Yeah. I'm actually waiting for Abby. We're supposed to go get coffee.

Frankie: Is she in the house?

Chelsea: No, she's on her way home. I didn't want to wait inside. I didn't want to bother Jennifer.

Frankie: You okay?

Chelsea: Mm-hmm.

Frankie: Chelse? I know you haven't told your dad the truth. I saw him afterwards.

Chelsea: Frankie, I couldnít. I tried a million times, but --

Frankie: But what?

Chelsea: But every time I did, we kept getting interrupted, and I finally just lost my nerve.

Frankie: Do you really want your dad's life to be ruined because of you? You do want to do the right thing, don't you?

Chelsea: Of course I do.

Frankie: Good. I'm glad to hear it. So, what's stopping you?

Lucas: What's going on here? Dune is a respectable club. If this is some kind of drug raid, the police must have had some kind of tip-off.

Sami: Damn Lexie for setting this up. Yeah, I'm at, um, Dune -- the nightclub -- and I need you to come right away.

Sami: Hey, I don't know what's going on, but obviously someone knows something.

Cops: Everybody, sit down. Put your hands on tables and relax. Those of you standing, please sit down slowly and keep your hands where I can see them.

Lucas: Look, neither one of us can afford to be brought in for questioning right now. Let's get out of here before it's too late. Come on. Come on.

Austin: I can't believe this. I cannot believe this. My investors are gonna freak out if they find out that I was involved in a drug raid, even if I am innocent.

Carrie: A picture's worth a thousand words, Austin. You better pray they don't run a story of us with a shot of us handcuffed together.

Austin: You're right.

Carrie: [Gasps] I just thought of something. If Lucas and I are brought in for questioning, Victor Kiriakis will have our heads and our jobs.

Austin: What do you think?

Carrie: Let's get the hell out of here.

Austin: My sentiments exactly. Follow me.

Carrie: Do I have a choice?

Austin: Right.

Cops: Okay. They're all under control. Just tell Commander Carver to come on in, please.

Lexie: Oh, my God. If Abe comes in and sees us together... oh, my God.

Tek: I don't think we're gonna have a hard time explaining why we're at the club together, but I could be placed under internal investigation.

Lexie: Why'd you even follow me here?

Tek: If Abe had treated you right, I never would have come here.

Lexie: Okay, okay, enough. So, what are we gonna do?

Tek: Follow me.

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

Austin: Okay. All right. We can hide in this storage room until they grab who they're looking for.

Carrie: What are you thinking, Austin? This is a drug raid. They're gonna look in every room. They're bound to look in here.

Austin: Well, let's pray they don't, all right?

Carrie: [Sighs]

Austin: I'm sorry I got you into this mess.

Carrie: It's not your fault.

Austin: I'm the one that suggested we come here.

Carrie: Well, no. It was Sami's idea to come dancing -- all four of us.

Austin: So, does it bother you -- when we all hang out -- the four of us?

Carrie: Sometimes it does.

Austin: Would you rather we didn't?

Carrie: No. I want us to be able to be friends. I almost stayed away from Salem when I thought of seeing you again for the first time.

Austin: Glad you didn't?

Carrie: I'm glad --

Austin: Glad you didn't?

Carrie: I'm glad I came home. I mean, this is my home, and... I-I don't want to lose you again from my life.

Austin: Me neither.

Carrie: Good thing we're still friends. I wonder how long we're gonna be handcuffed together like this. I wonder if Sami and Lucas got away. The last thing they need on their rťsumť is a drug bust. They already have prior records.

Austin: Oh, I wouldn't worry about them. Sami would drive Lucas through a sewer to get away -- whatever it takes. But right now my only concern is protecting you.

Lucas: Go. Over here. Over here.

Sami: What?

Lucas: Be quiet, all right?

Sami: Get off my foot!

Lucas: I'm sorry. Would you be quiet before you get us caught?

Sami: I definitely don't want to get caught with Tony DiMera's former protťgťe.

Lucas: You don't exactly have a clean record, do you, Stan?

Sami: You could have at least warned us that hanging out at dune wasn't exactly a smart move.

Lucas: How was I supposed to know? It's a new place, all right? I can't believe this crap's happening to me, of all people.

Sami: You afraid of losing your job? It's certainly the longest you've lasted anywhere in a while.

Lucas: Yes, I am afraid of losing my job. Will needs one of his parents gainfully employed.

Sami: I am --

Lucas: But you won't be for long, will you? He's gonna get heckled at school again when his friends read in the paper that we've been arrested.

Sami: Lucas, you're right. Oh, my God. We have to get out of here. We will crawl through the sewer if we have to, to protect Will.

Lucas: Yeah.

Lexie: Oh, my God.

Tek: Do you think he saw us?

Lexie: I don't know. His night vision is still a little blurry. If he saw us, he's going to be making his way in here soon.

Tek: You're right. Well, there's only one way out.

Lexie: You don't expect me to climb through that window.

Tek: Yes, I do. Let's go.

Lexie: My God, Tek.

Abe: I don't believe it.

Chelsea: I canít.

Frankie: Come on.

Chelsea: Listen, we still have that whole attorney/client privilege thing, right?

Frankie: Yes. That's why I haven't told your dad anything -- who happens to be my brother -- which is why you have to tell him.

Chelsea: Frankie, if I tell Bo and Hope the truth, they're gonna get back together.

Frankie: I thought that's what you wanted.

Chelsea: It is, but, at the same time, it's not.

Frankie: You know what? It really doesn't matter what you want. The truth's gonna come out. It always does.

Chelsea: Is that a threat?

Frankie: No, it's a fact. Look, you have to make this right yourself or your dad might never forgive you.

Chelsea: He might never forgive me anyway. Can't I just wait until after the trial to tell him the truth? Frankie, I need him on my side. Otherwise, there is a very good chance I'm gonna be going to prison.

Frankie: Possibly, but let me put up a defense that could keep you out of jail or at least get you probation and community service. Chelsea, don't sell me short.

Chelsea: Okay, fine. It's up to you. I'll let you make the decision for me. As my lawyer, what's in my best interest -- to keep Bo and Hope apart or to get them back together? And no matter what you say, I'll do it.

Frankie: Well...

Chelsea: What's it gonna be?

Jennifer: So I guess they have a pretty good case against Patrick, if it's really him.

Hope: Which it isnít. Jen, you know it isnít. Look, Patrick admitted that he was involved in a few scams, and we all know that he used to work for the DiMeras. But for God's sake, come on. He's not a fugitive killer.

Jennifer: I know it's hard to believe, but --

Hope: But nothing. Bo has no proof, right? So he just jumped to this conclusion because the description might fit. You know Bo -- always ready to believe the worst about Patrick. You know why that is -- he thinks Patrick has romantic feelings for me.

Jennifer: Hope, you are alone with him on an island. Does he?

Hope: Jennifer, the only thing Patrick has done is urge me to give Bo a second chance.

Jennifer: Really?

Hope: Yes. Really.

Jennifer: And you're not listening to him.

Hope: Look, Patrick's heart is already taken.

Jennifer: Are you talking about Billie? I thought they broke up.

Hope: They did. It's not Billie.

Jennifer: Well, he never mentioned seeing anyone else.

Hope: I didn't know about her, either, until just recently. Her name was Alma.

Jennifer: Wait a minute. I don't understand.

Hope: Alma's dead. Alma died.

Jennifer: What happened?

Hope: Oh, it's awful. All this time, Patrick has blamed himself. Apparently somebody broke into their bungalow where they lived while Alma was alone, and they ransacked it, and they killed her.

Jennifer: Oh, my gosh. That's awful.

Hope: I know. Patrick's blamed himself all this time.

Jennifer: Why?

Hope: Look, it's a long story, but the important thing is, is that it wasn't Patrick's fault. He really, truly loved Alma. And being here in this house where she died -- it's gonna be so hard on him. Jennifer, he has helped me so much. I want to help him.

Jennifer: Listen, we both like Patrick, and I am extremely grateful to him for everything he's done for my family, but don't you think it seems strange?

Hope: What seems strange?

Jennifer: That this awful crime could be committed on that island. You make it sound like it's not very big. How many places could there be to hide?

Hope: Jennifer, quick, what's your point?

Jennifer: My point is, is that we trusted Patrick when he kept secrets from us, and, yes, eventually he turned on Tony and helped us. But you said that he keeps blaming himself.. Why? Is there something that he's not telling you, that he's not letting on?

Hope: Wait a second. Hold on. I'm the cop, cuz, okay, and I know how to follow my gut. My gut is telling me that he is one of the good guys. Besides, this is just like Bo to try to pin this murder or whatever else on him because he can't stand the man.

Jennifer: You know what, Hope? Jack couldn't stand him, either, and Frankie is suspicious, too.

Hope: Well, they're all wrong, aren't they? He has been nothing but wonderful to our family, and he deserves better than this.

Jennifer: And what about Bo? He deserves better, too.

Hope: Jennifer, you were with me. You saw him in the motel in bed with Billie. How am I supposed to forgive him for that? I don't need to be hit over the head with a hammer to see what's going on.

Jennifer: All I'm asking is, can you just talk to him? Are you really willing to just throw away all these years of your marriage?

Hope: It is useless. My marriage is over. Bo has moved on... and so have I.

Cop: Did you find something, Commander?

Abe: Well, I thought sure I saw a couple people escape out this window. Check this out. I'm gonna get a statement from Jada.

Cop: Yes, sir.

Lexie: [Breathing heavily] Oh, my God. Oh, my God. My bracelet fell off. That was a gift from Abe. If someone finds it and gives it to him, he'll know it's mine.

Tek: There's nothing we can do about it now. It's not one of a kind, is it?

Lexie: No, I don't think so.

Tek: Don't worry about it. He probably won't even find it. We'll get it later.

Lexie: Let's go.

Tek: No, no, no. We can't take the chance. As soon as the cops find who they're looking for, we can go.

Lexie: What if they come back here, Tek?

Tek: Then I'll just step out and identify myself. I'll tell them I just got the call and that I haven't seen anything -- no one's out here.

Lexie: Okay. So, what do we do until then?

Sami: I'm not gonna let Will be embarrassed by me again.

Lucas: If we do get caught and we're arrested, it's just gonna be different this time. Don't worry about it.

Sami: What do you mean? How?

Lucas: Because this is not your fault, and I'll vouch for you. It's not like you called the cops and had them raid the place. Don't worry about it.

Sami: It doesn't really matter how it happens, does it? Will's friends are gonna ridicule him, and those stupid soccer moms are gonna have plenty of cheap shots to aim my way..

Lucas: You go after them with another butcher knife, like you did before..

Sami: Okay, shut up. It was a cake knife.

Lucas: Whatever. Cake knife, butcher knife -- it's the same thing. No wonder our poor son has such a hard time at school.

Sami: I happen to think Will is very well-adjusted.

Lucas: Yeah, he is, thanks to me.

Sami: Shut up.

Lucas: Look... Sami... I want you to be proud of our son, and you should be, all right? He's a great kid.

Sami: I am.

Lucas: So, why are you so worried about those damn soccer moms?

Sami: I don't know. They're just -- they're just obsessed, you know, and it's like all they can think about is who bakes the best cupcake and who volunteers their time the most, and who the hell cares, anyway? All I wanted was to fit in with them, but I was so young, and it was so hard. I didn't know you were supposed to take Will to soccer when he was 3.

Lucas: So what? I didn't take him to soccer when he was 3. It's an honest mistake. Don't worry about it.

Sami: But he would have liked it, and he would have been cool, and he would have learned to be a team player. He's certainly not gonna learn that from us.

Lucas: Don't worry about it. He's got lacrosse next year. He'll do fine. It's a great sport. He'll learn all that there.

Sami: Lucas, do you really think he'll make the team? He's klutzy like me.

Lucas: That's true. He does take after you when it comes to that.

Sami: Shut up.

Lucas: I'm sorry, all right? I didn't mean to upset you. I don't want to hurt your feelings -- I really donít. Will takes after you in -- in a lot of good ways, you know? He's persistent, never takes "no" for an answer.

Sami: And if he is told "no," he's crushed, just like me. Look, Lucas, it kills me that everyone thinks that I am a bitch, because I'm not, you know?

Carrie: I'm grateful that you're concerned about me.

Austin: Shh! Shh! Shh!

Carrie: But, Austin, we need to focus on getting out of here.

Austin: We will, but right now we need to hang tight.

Carrie: Well, whatever happens, I guess we're stuck together.

Austin: I don't know about you, but I take it as a sign.

Carrie: Of what?

Austin: Come on. Face it, Carrie. We really do belong together.

Frankie: Chelsea, we're talking about a moral issue here.

Chelsea: Frankie, I'm not asking you for moral advice. You're not a priest, though I've talked to one of those, too. So, you see, I do want to do the right thing -- I really do. But if the right thing is gonna cost me my freedom and my future and my life...then maybe it's not the best thing for me, you know? So, look, as a lawyer, as my lawyer... tell me the truth.

Frankie: Okay.

Chelsea: Can you promise that I won't go to jail if I tell my dad what I've done?

Frankie: No, I canít.

Chelsea: And I have another question. You were talking before about moral issues. What about yours?

Frankie: What do you mean?

Chelsea: Well, I mean, you're representing me, but you want Bo and Hope to get back together, so that hurts my case. And you're representing Hope in her divorce, so isn't that kind of like a conflict of interest?

Frankie: Okay, Chelsea, it's important that you understand. Hope hired Mickey for the divorce -- not me. I work for Mickey. I'm just handling the preliminary work. Now, of course, I want my brother and Hope to stay together, but our firm has to honor Hope's wishes.

Chelsea: That would help my case if the divorce went through.

Frankie: But that doesn't mean that she won't show up at your trial, if it comes to that, and go after you with everything she's got.

Chelsea: She could, but she won't have Bo's support.

Frankie: Whether she does or not, Chelsea, I promise I will do the best I can to represent you.

Chelsea: Okay. As your client -- not your niece -- just forget for a second that Bo is your brother.

Frankie: Okay.

Chelsea: Okay, um, what would you advise me to do? What's in my best interest, as a client?

Frankie: Legally?

Chelsea: Yeah.

Frankie: I would advise you... to not say anything.

Chelsea: That's what I thought. Okay, well, I said that I would follow your legal advice, and I will.

Frankie: Yeah, but this doesn't let you off the hook. It's about decency.. As a human being, as a daughter who loves her father, you have no right to play God with people's lives. They should know what you've done. If they knew that they really didn't want to divorce each other, we all know that they'd work things out... which is why I am now gonna call my brother so you can talk to him.

Chelsea: No, I canít. Frankie, I canít.

Frankie: Bo? Yeah, yeah, it's Frankie. I'm good. Yeah. Where are you? Cheatin' Heart? You really think that's a good idea after what happened last time? Are you with anyone?

Chelsea: [Thinking] I better text mom and make sure she knows exactly where dad is.

Frankie: Look, don't get all bent out of shape, okay? Just do me a favor and take care of yourself. Yeah. All right. Yeah.

Chelsea: Well, I guess it wouldn't look too good if I went into the Cheatin' Heart to talk to dad, would it?

Frankie: It's on your conscience.

Chelsea: Just remember, Frankie, I'm following your legal advice.

Frankie: Uhh! [Door slams]

Jennifer: Hope, you don't know that your relationship is over with Bo. How can you say that?

Hope: You sound just like Patrick. I told you -- bo has moved on with Billie, and he wants this divorce. So the sooner it goes through, the better.

Frankie: Man! I don't believe it.

Jennifer: Hold on. Frankie just walked in. What's wrong? What's wrong?

Frankie: [Sighs] Bo's at the Cheatin' Heart. Fortunately, I think Billie followed him out there.

Hope: So there you go. See? He's moved on. Sounds like he's drinking quite a bit and letting Billie pick up the pieces for him. The perfect life for a bachelor.

Jennifer: You are making a huge mistake.

Frankie: That's Hope?

Jennifer: Do you need to talk to Frankie?

Hope: No, I don't want to talk to him. Just please tell him to hurry up with the divorce papers 'cause I want this over with. Goodbye.

Frankie: [Sighs] I am so sorry. I didn't mean for her to hear that.

Jennifer: My cousin is making a huge mistake. She is throwing away her marriage, and there isn't one thing that any of us can do about it.

Frankie: Come here. Come here. [Sighs]

Abby: Hey, Chelse, sorry I'm late. I got stuck at the library.

Chelsea: Oh, stop. You were with Josh.

Abby: We were at the library.

Chelsea: Whatever. I haven't been waiting that long.

Abby: Who are you texting?

Chelsea: My mom. I'm just letting her know how much my dad needs her right now.

Austin: [Sighs] I'm sorry. I-I can't get you out of my mind.

Carrie: Don't go there, Austin. Forget what we might have been. I'm with Lucas now.

Austin: I know you care about him a lot -- like I care about Sami. But she will never be you, and I will never, ever let her come between us again. I'm not trying to upset you, and I will never bring this up again, if that's what you want. I just had to be honest.

Carrie: I've always wanted you, Austin.

Austin: Yeah?

Carrie: You've always been the man that I loved. And if we're gonna be completely honest... I -- what we had is in the past. And I love Lucas, he loves me, and there's nothing anyone can do to change that.

Lucas: Wait, wait. We canít. We can't do that. We got to stop. I-I didn't mean that, all right?

Sami: Why did you kiss me?

Lucas: Because you were gonna say something, and a cop was coming. I didn't notice you were pulling away from me, sister.

Sami: Wait a second. If you wanted to just shut me up, why didn't you just put your hand over my mouth?

Lucas: Because I-I didn't think of it. It was instinct. That's all it was.

Sami: Oh, really? Well, that kiss definitely felt like instinct. Admit it. I still get to you, don't I?

Lucas: Yes. You do. And, yes, I'm still attracted to you. I-I loved you. You're the mother of my son. But I'm with Carrie now.

Sami: I'm with Austin.

Lucas: That's just a matter of time.

Sami: What is that supposed to mean?

Lucas: You -- you with Lexie -- freaking out at the hospital and now here at the bar. What's going on between you two, huh? What does Lexie have on you?

Sami: The real question is, what do I have on Lexie?

Tek: Oh, my God.

Lexie: Oh, Tek, I want you. I want you.

Abe: Jada. Jada, what's going on in this place? You used to run a respectable club.

Jada: What are you talking about? I am respectable. My liquor license is up-to-date.

Abe: I'm not talking about your liquor license.

Jada: I know damn well what you're talking about. You don't have to tell me what it's about. I don't tolerate dope in my club.

Abe: So who do you think would call in and tip us off there was drug dealing going on in here?

Jada: I don't know.

Abe: Why don't you take a guess?

Jada: Abe, I swear, I don't know. Maybe some other club owner is having a hard time, so he's trying close us down so he can steal our business.

Cop: Sir, I found this bracelet near the window where you thought those people fled the scene. Is something wrong, sir? Do you know who it belongs to?

Jennifer: I really think that Hope has given up on Bo.

Frankie: Bo doesn't want a divorce, and that puts me in a tough position..

Jennifer: Well, Hope seems to think that he does, and I tried to convince her.

Frankie: So did Mickey. But Hope's our client, and we have to respect her wishes.

Jennifer: Can't Bo just refuse to accept the divorce papers?

Frankie: Not in this state. But, fortunately, divorces take time, and all I can do is try to stall the two of them and hope that they talk.

Jennifer: Does Bo have an attorney yet?

Frankie: No. I tried to encourage him to hire one, but he said he doesn't want third parties arguing about their lives.

Jennifer: I can't even believe that this is happening. They lost their son. The two of them should be together. They should be working through this together.

Frankie: Jen... Hope was the one who left.

Jennifer: But, Frankie, that --

Frankie: Okay. Okay. I'm sorry.

Jennifer: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. You have always been so good to me. I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

Frankie: It's all right. You know what I want to do right now?

Jennifer: What?

Frankie: I want to carry you up those stairs into the bedroom and make love to you.

Jennifer: And what's stopping you?

Frankie: The thought of carrying you up those stairs.

Jennifer: I wouldn't want to carry me up those stairs, either. Aah!

Frankie: Let's go. Come on. Come on. My back. My back.

Jennifer: [Laughing] My back.

Abby: Chelsea, what are you doing? I thought you were gonna try and be supportive of Bo and Hope. That means not trying to put your parents back together.

Chelsea: Abby, Hope wants a divorce. She and my dad are not gonna stay married. Does that mean my dad has to be alone forever? People move on with their lives. I mean, look at Lucas and Sami. Lucas loves Sami, and he moved on with Carrie. Your mom is moving on with Frankie.

Abby: That is not true. They're just friends -- really good friends.

Chelsea: Are you kidding me? Abby, they're crazy about each other. I mean, it's obvious. I mean, they took that whole overnight-trip thing together.

Abby: Will you stop? My dad's been gone since Thanksgiving, okay? My mom loves him. She doesn't belong with Frankie.

Chelsea: Abby, I know how you feel because I want my dad to be with my mom, and I think that they belong together. The only difference between us is that your dad's gone. I mean, can you really blame your mom for wanting to move on with Frankie?

Abby: But it's so soon. I've had talks with my mom about this before. She swears that her heart only belongs to my dad.

Chelsea: Well, then, Abby, she's lying to you. I've seen the way she looks at Frankie. She's just dying to have sex with him, if she hasn't already.

Lexie: Tek, we have reached an all-time low.

Tek: Actually, I'm on a pretty big high.

Lexie: I can't believe I'm blaming Sami Brady for my problems. I'm such a hypocrite.

Tek: Lexie, Lexie.

Lexie: What we're doing is wrong, Tek. It's dangerous.

Tek: You are a woman who needs to love and be loved. There's nothing wrong with that.

Lexie: Enough. No. Oh, God.

Abe: You know, this bracelet looks like the one I gave my wife.

Jada: Let's see.

Abe: Any idea who it belongs to?

Lexie: Jada. Jada.

Jada: And that bracelet is gorgeous.

Lexie: My husband gave it to me.

Jada: It belongs to me. Thank you. I thought I'd lost it.

Abe: I don't know why I thought it would be my wife's. She wouldn't be in a place like this.

Lucas: All right. What do you have on Lexie Carver, huh?

Sami: I can't say.

Lucas: Why? Why can't you say? Because she's got something on you -- is that why?

Sami: Never mind, Lucas.

Lucas: Sami, if I were you, I'd come clean right now.

Sami: Look, if she tells everyone what I've done, I'm gonna lose everything, just like you'll lose the most important thing in your life, after Will.

Lucas: Yeah, you mean Carrie?

Sami: Yeah.

Lucas: I swear to God, so help me, Sami, you do anything to ruin my relationship with Carrie --

Sami: I've got it covered.

Lucas: Oh, you've got it covered? I've got a bad feeling about that.

Sami: I'm not gonna do anything to screw it up, okay? I know how important Carrie is to you. Austin's my last chance at happiness, so I'm gonna make sure I don't do anything to ruin it for either of us.

Austin: I know that we made commitments to other people, and I'm trying really hard to respect that.

Carrie: Well, you're not respecting that if you keep asking me to change my mind.

Austin: Well, you just need to know that there will always be A...very large place in my heart for you.

Hope: Patrick, I'm ready... if you are.

Chelsea: Abby, that hurt.

Abby: Look, I don't appreciate the way you're talking about my mom and Frankie.

Chelsea: The way I'm talking about your mom and Frankie? What did I say that isn't true? Your mom went through a period of mourning, and now she's ready to move on. There's nothing wrong with that, Abby. It's perfectly natural and perfectly normal.

Abby: Maybe it's normal for some women to move on after a couple of months, but my mom is not like that. Yeah, she may have loved Frankie once, but that was before she met my dad.

Chelsea: Abby, your dad is gone.

Abby: I know my mom. She would never betray my dad with Frankie.

Chelsea: I feel bad for you, Abs, 'cause you're in for a really big shock.

Abby: [Exhales sharply]

Belle: The only reason he's doing this is for Mimi, because she can't give him his own biological children. What? What are you looking at?

Mimi: Excuse me.

Billie: Drowning your sorrows in alcohol isn't gonna bring your wife back.

Mimi: Stop all the lies and the pretending right now and tell him the truth.

Abby: When did you become such a slut?

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