Days Transcript Thursday 5/4/06

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


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Philip: Mmm. How amazing are these waffles? The girls are missing out on a great breakfast.

Shawn D.: Yes, they are. Mimi was thrilled Belle was bringing her to the spa this morning, even though they did have to get up at dawn.

Philip: Belle wanted to do something nice for her. She feels bad about last night.

Shawn D.: It's no big deal. Mimi knows the way I feel about adoption, and Belle didn't mean to hurt her feelings. I'm glad she brought it up. We never would have thought of the in vitro thing if it wasn't for her.

Philip: From everything we've read, there's a good chance it'll work out..

Shawn D.: I can't believe it. I've always been okay with adoption, but the idea of being married to the woman I love and being able to have our own children -- what could be better than that?


Mimi: Ah. This is fantastic. I haven't felt this relaxed since -- since I don't know when.

Belle: I know. Same here. I guess we really needed it.

Mimi: Thank you for treating. You didn't have to do this.

Belle: It's my pleasure. It's my way of showing you how truly happy I am for you and Shawn.

Mimi: I'm just glad the bartender overheard your conversation with him.

Belle: I know, and that she was willing to share her story and want to help. She's in a very similar situation.

Mimi: I know. It seems like a miracle that there might actually be a chance for Shawn and me to have our own baby.


Bonnie: What? Did you say your own baby?

Mimi: Mother! What are you doing here?


Lucas: Thank you for meeting me. I really appreciate it. I know you're busy. You're really the only one I can trust to make this wedding happen...even though I can't believe I'm saying that, considering what you did to my last wedding.

Kate: Can we just not go there, okay? This is a completely different situation, and I am very good at throwing an event.

Lucas: That's right, and this is gonna be one hell of an event. It's got to be perfect. I want this to be the kind of wedding Carrie's always dreamed of. I want it to be the most amazing wedding Salem has ever seen.


[Sea gulls crying]

Carrie: [Sighs] I can't keep doing this. I'm driving myself crazy. It isn't fair to Lucas or to Austin.


Sami: Now, all you have to do is make sure that Carrie doesn't choose Austin. Otherwise, you can say goodbye to your happy life with Abe and Theo.

Lexie: Damn you, Sami Brady. How can I let you do this? [Sighs] How can I do this when I know Austin and Carrie belong together?

Sami: Austin, breakfast is ready. I have everything you like -- bacon -- crispy, just like you like it -- and some hot coffee and orange juice I freshly squeezed this morning, and, ooh, your morning paper. Come on. Rise and shine. The early bird -- you just have to tell me how you want your eggs.

Austin: Okay, stop. Stop, please, okay? I know what you're doing, and it's not gonna work.


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


Lucas: Now, I mean it. It has to be the best of everything -- top-of-the-line, all right? Spare no expense. I got some details for you. I'd like you to write them down if you can. You got a pen, paper, something like that?

Kate: Yeah. I do.

Lucas: Perfect. Thank you. Come on. Come on. You're killing me. Come on.

Kate: Honey, I'm ready.

Lucas: I'm excited. Relax, okay? Uh, let's see. The first order of business is the wedding gown. It has to be a major designer and an original. Carrie's gonna balk at the price tag a little, but that's okay. I don't want her settling for anything. It has to be perfect. It has to be absolutely stunning, all right?

Kate: Mm-hmm. Okay.

Lucas: Let's see. Flowers. Flowers. Blue -- blue flowers. I want blue flowers. I don't even know if they have them, but if they have them, I want 'em because Carrie loves them, all right? And the reception -- the reception -- we're gonna need steak and lobster. 5-star all the way. For the ceremony, we need music. We need a string quartet. And then for the reception, we need something more hip, something more edgy, like a deejay out of L.A. or New York. Fly him in, okay? It'll be fine. Just fly him in. Everything will be great. I want free-flowing champagne all night. This is gonna be top-of-the-line. Are you getting this, 'cause it's a lot?

Kate: Do you understand how much this is going to cost?

Lucas: I don't care how much it costs. Nothing is too good for the woman I love. It has to be perfect -- as perfect as my life with Carrie.

Kate: Look, I'm sorry for saying this, but, um, are you really sure it's going to be?


Carrie: Lexie! Hi.

Lexie: Carrie. Hi. Uh, well, well, we meet again, huh?

Carrie: I thought I was the only one crazy enough to be down here so early in the morning. What are you doing here?

Lexie: Sometimes I stop here on my way to work to kind of, you know, clear my head, get my thoughts together, prepare for the day. What about you?

Carrie: I came here to think. I'm still really confused about the future -- what I want and what I'm doing.

Lexie: I thought everything was settled -- that you decided to be with Lucas.

Carrie: I thought so, too, but, uh -- do you have a minute? I would really love to talk to someone, and you always give the best advice, and I know I can totally trust your opinion.

Lexie: Well, yeah. Yeah, I have a little time. What's going on?

Carrie: It's Austin. I still have really deep feelings for him.

Lexie: Well, what about Lucas?

Carrie: I love him, too. But if all things were equal, I think you know that Austin is the man that I would want to marry.


Sami: Austin, I'm not up to anything. I'm just making breakfast.

Austin: Come on, Sami. I mean, we slept in separate beds.

Sami: Well, that's fine. We don't always have to -- it's fine.

Austin: No, it's not fine. You're pretending like it is -- like everything is perfect -- but it's not. We need to talk.

Sami: I don't like the sound of that.

Austin: It's about our relationship -- our future.

Sami: The tone of your voice makes it sound like we don't have one.


Shawn D.: Thank you again for your help with the research. I know there's plenty of other things you'd rather be doing. I know you said that you and Belle came up here to make a brother or sister for Claire.

Philip: And we're doing that. Don't worry about it. Besides, we're happy to help. You guys are Godparents. It's not like it's hard. Everything you know about IVF is right online.

Shawn D.: It's almost too much information. Half of this doesn't make sense to me.

Philip: All you need to know is the basics. You take one of Mimi's eggs, you fertilize it with your sperm, and then you implant it in her womb, and nine months later, you have a baby.

Shawn D.: Hopefully.

Philip: And then you also have a drastically reduced sex life. It's really nice -- 4:00 A.M. feedings, an endless supply of dirty diapers.

Shawn D.: But it's worth it, right?

Philip: Of course it is. The first time you hold that baby in your arms and it's part of you -- it's part of the woman you love. I mean, my life has never been the same. And the best part is, it's brought Belle and me closer. Having a baby is the ultimate bond. And I know as long as we have Claire, nothing will ever come between Belle and me.


Mimi: Answer me. What are you doing here? What, are you stalking us? What's going on?

Bonnie: I didn't even know you guys were here. If you must know, Green Mountain Spa is -- was -- my secret retreat. I come here to de-stress, get away from it all. Okay. As far as stalking goes, you bet I am, but not you. This place is practically crawling with single, rich corporate types here on business meetings and conferences. Oh, and for an added bonus, there's always Raoul.

Belle: Ooh. Raoul.

Bonnie: Ooh, yes. He's a masseur here at the spa -- the best hands in the business. Oh, the things that man does...

Mimi: Oh, God, we get it, Mom. Thank you.

Bonnie: Well, you asked. Anyway, on to more important things. What is this about you and Shawn having a baby of your own? Did I hear you right? Please tell me I did..

Mimi: You heard me right.

Bonnie: Oh, my God! Honey!

Mimi: Mom, don't start flipping out, okay? We don't know for sure yet. We're looking into it.

Bonnie: Oh, my goodness gracious, honey. How is this possible? The doctors all said you were barren?

Mimi: No. They said I couldn't conceive -- like in the usual way I can't conceive. But I'm sure you've heard of in vitro fertilization.

Bonnie: Of course I have -- IVF, I watch "Oprah." Doesn't Lexie Carver -- I mean, oh, my God, what an idiot. She didn't even suggest that this could be a possibility. I should have made you get a second opinion.

Mimi: No. I didn't go to my follow-up appointments. It's not the doctor's fault. Anyhow, I don't even know if I'm a candidate.

Bonnie: Honey, please, you got to think positive -- pregnancy-test positive. Oh, my God. Think of it. You and Shawn can have yourselves your very own test-tube baby -- and the sooner, the better, because as soon as you have a kid of your own, it's almost a guarantee that Shawn will never leave you. I mean, well, you know what I mean.

Belle: What? Why would Shawn ever leave Mimi for not being able to have a baby?

Bonnie: See, now, that's not what I said. [Clears throat] The thing is, I know that kids can

sometimes be a superglue for a marriage. Well, not for mine, unfortunately. The point is that Shawn and Mimi want to have a baby of their own, and I think giving IVF, a try is a damn good idea. Ew. Gross. I'm gonna take this thing off my mask or this mask off my face. Well, you girls have a good time, all right? I'll talk to you later.


Belle: Okay. Mimi, what's up with your mom? She's acting really weird.

Mimi: Belle, when does she not act weird?

Belle: Well, she seems very happy for you.

Mimi: Oh, yes, she is, believe me. What about you? Are you really okay with Shawn and me having a baby?

Belle: Of course. I told you I was. Why wouldn't I be?

Mimi: I don't know. Not to put a damper on our day, but I can't help but wonder if you wish it were you having his baby instead.


Lucas: Am I sure? Yes, I'm sure. Carrie loves me, and I love her. Why? Why are you looking at me like that? Don't do that.

Kate: Don't do what?

Lucas: You're looking at me like that. I know you. Now, look, I know Austin is out of the picture. Why else would he agree to be my best man?

Kate: Your best man?

Lucas: That's right.

Kate: Oh, my God. You don't think that's gonna be a little awkward, considering their history?

Lucas: It may be awkward for him. He'll be fine, really. He's okay with it.

Kate: Really?

Lucas: Oh, yeah. Well, think about it. Why would he agree to stand up for us if he wasn't okay with the fact that Carrie and I are together and she's moved on with me now?

Kate: [Exhales sharply] Okay. Okay. Fine. Fine, because I have no problem with it. I don't want to cause any problems, all right? Actually, I'm happy that the two of you have buried the hatchet. You're brothers. I want you to be close. But I also want Austin to be happy, and I would like him to find someone other than Sami because she has been a curse on our family from day one.

Lucas: Let's not drag Sami into this, okay?

Kate: I don't want to drag Sami into it. I donít. But I am concerned about Austin. He's very vulnerable now, and I -- [Sighs] There has to be someone other than Sami. What about Carrie's maid of honor? I mean, whoever she picks to be her maid of honor, she must be close to her, and I'm sure she must be a lovely girl. Is she bringing someone in? Do you know who it is?

Lucas: Mom, it's Sami.

Kate: [Sighs]


Lexie: All right. I know that you love Austin, but, as you said, you have very strong feelings for Lucas, as well. And, Carrie, you can trust Lucas, you know? He's been very good to you.

Carrie: Yeah, he has. He's been wonderful. But you know ultimately what the deciding factor was.

Lexie: Yeah. You want to have a baby.

Carrie: More than anything. And I don't have all the time in the world anymore, Lexie. Are you absolutely sure that the tests you ran are accurate?

Lexie: Yeah. Yes, I am.

Carrie: I feel so guilty. I know this shouldn't be the deciding factor in who I want to spend the rest of my life with. It's just I felt like it was a sign.

Lexie: Don't feel you need to explain anything to me, okay?

Carrie: Austin and I have had so many problems. Maybe this is a sign from God that we should never be together, you know? Lexie, if I had a child that wasn't healthy, I'd like to think that I would love that child just as much, or if Austin and I adopted, that we'd love that child just as much, too. But you said that the birth defect was so serious that the baby could die, and I don't want to bring a new life into this world if he or she is only going to suffer. And even if we did adopt, what if Austin and I accidentally got pregnant, not that, that's likely, I know.

Lexie: Carrie... I-I don't know what to tell you.

Carrie: There's no procedure? There's no specialist I can talk to? There's nothing Austin and I can do to have a healthy child together?

Lexie: I'm -- I'm sorry. I wish there was something else I could tell you, but mnh-mnh.

Carrie: No. [Sniffles] It's okay. I'm sorry that I'm putting this on you like it's your fault. I know it's not. It's just you're the only person that I can talk to about this. I don't want Lucas to find out and think that he's second choice, you know? And Sami and I are actually getting along pretty well, but she's dating Austin. I don't want us fighting over the same man all over again.

Lexie: We both know who'd win.

Carrie: [Exhales deeply] But all this is my fault because I couldn't make up my mind.

Lexie: No, it's not, Carrie. Believe me, it's not.

Carrie: And this horrible situation with Marlena and her amnesia -- going off with this Alex person? I can't even think about how Sami would deal with losing Austin, too.

Lexie: Yeah, not very well, I'm sure.

Carrie: And I know that I shouldn't worry about Sami, but I can't help it. She's been great to me since I got back. It's like she's a completely different person. We've actually kind of gotten close, and I'm enjoying that, and I don't want anything to change that.

Lexie: Okay, then. Carrie, come on. It sounds like you've made up your mind.

Carrie: No. I am so torn. [Sniffles] I don't want to hurt Austin. And I know he cares about Sami, and I care about Lucas, but it's not the same. He knows how I feel about him, Lexie. Last night I almost told him how I felt. He keeps pressuring me.

Lexie: What? To leave Lucas?

Carrie: He can't understand why I left him when I still love him. I so desperately want to tell him. Ohh. I-I -- every time he asks me, I question my decision, and it's not that I don't love Lucas. I do. I love him. He's a good person. He's a great friend, an amazing lover. I know that he would be a fantastic husband. But am I making the right choice? Am I choosing the right man for the right reasons? I don't want to hurt him or Austin or Sami, for that matter.

Lexie: Of course you donít. I -- [Sighs] You know, Carrie, it's always a really difficult situation to be in when you have very strong feelings for two different men.

Carrie: But it would be so much easier if only -- Lexie, I know that this is crazy, but just humor me, okay? Would you please review the tests one more time so I can be absolutely sure that there's no way Austin and I can have a healthy baby?

Lexie: Yeah. Yeah. Yes, yes, of course -- of course, I will.


Sami: Okay, Austin, tell me what you want to say about our relationship.

Austin: Okay, you know how I have very strong feelings for you, right?

Sami: Okay. So if you want to tell me that you don't love me, just say it.

Austin: I do love you. I almost married you, remember? I'm just not sure that we should pursue things right now if you're under the impression that things will definitely lead to marriage, because there's a real possibility that it wonít.


Philip: "Older embryos fare better. Once a fertilized egg is implanted in the womb, the chance of delivering a child is only about 48% higher if that egg is 5 days old instead of 3. The research, published in the march 16th issue of the New England journal of medicine, found that 32% of the 175 women who received the more mature eggs ultimately delivered a baby, compared with only 22% who received younger eggs." So, I guess, make sure Mimi gets a 5-day-old egg.

Shawn D.: Right.

Philip: And your head is spinning. [Chuckles]

Shawn D.: Yes. It's just so hard. There's all this information -- so much to know, so much to figure out.

Philip: That's what doctors are for. It's just good to be informed. You know who you should talk to? My mom and dad. Before they had me, they were having trouble conceiving.. They tried in vitro. Vivian Alamain then stole my mom's fertilized egg and had it implanted in herself, but that's a whole nother story.

Shawn D.: Right, right. It's all coming back to me now.

Philip: The procedure worked. If it hadn't, I wouldn't be sitting here talking to you. You should talk to them.

Shawn D.: Yeah, maybe I will. Actually, right now I want to call the hospital and see when we can get an appointment 'cause I want to get on this right away. I want to have a family as soon as possible. [Dialing]


Mimi: Thank you. They look great.

Guy: Enjoy the rest of your visit.

Mimi: I will. Belle, I'm sorry for putting you on the spot like that.

Belle: [Clears throat] No, I don't blame you for not trusting me.

Mimi: Well, you haven't exactly kept quiet about how you still feel about Shawn. I mean, except around Philip, of course.

Belle: I know, and I'm really sorry, Mimi. I was really mixed up, and I was confused, and I should be ashamed of the way I behaved, and I am ashamed. And it's over. I'm sorry. But I think I've come to terms with it -- with everything. Now that you and Shawn are together and you're starting a family, Mimi, I truly wish you every happiness.

Mimi: Thank you.

Belle: Listen, I know that we've had some rough times, but I have finally accepted that Shawn is with you. And I love Philip, and I love our daughter, and I love our life together.

Mimi: I hope that's really true.

Belle: If it weren't true, I wouldn't be wanting to have another child with Philip, would I?

Mimi: No, I guess not.

Belle: What? You don't believe me?

Mimi: Yeah, I do. It's just...if Shawn and I really have this baby, that means our kids are gonna grow up together and play together and be friends, just the way we always imagined when we were kids. I mean, it's not exactly the way we imagined. The last person I ever thought I would end up with is Shawn, and I'm sure the last person you ever thought you would be married to is Philip. It's really funny the way things turned out, isn't it?

Belle: It is. But, Mimi, I'm really glad that you're happy.

Mimi: I am happy. And I'm glad that you're happy. All right. So, why don't we get changed and get back to our husbands?

Belle: Yes. Sounds good.

Bonnie: Okay. So everybody's happy now. But that could change on a dime if Shawn ever finds out that he's Claire's real daddy. Mimi has got to get pregnant and give him a little baby Brady of his own, and then he'll be hers forever.


Kate: My God. I cannot believe that Carrie would ask Sami to be her matron of honor. What the hell is she thinking?

Lucas: I don't know. I have no idea. I don't trust her, either. But, for the most part, we've made our peace.

Kate: You've made your peace?

Lucas: Yeah. She's all right lately. She's behaving.

Kate: Oh, please. Please. Sami never behaves herself. She's always up to something. Trust me -- she's onto something now.

Lucas: Yeah, well, uh...

Kate: "Yeah, well, uh," what?

Lucas: I kind of sensed a little hostility, a little tension, between Sami and Lexie.

Kate: Really?

Lucas: Yeah. I don't know what's going on between the two of them, but something's up. Lexie's acting a little bit strange.

Kate: Strange how?

Lucas: I don't know. She kind of freaked out earlier.

Kate: Sounds like Sami has something on her.

Lucas: Yep. That's what I thought, too.

Kate: Hmm.

Lucas: Well, anyway, I got to go. But thank you in advance for helping me with the wedding. I really appreciate it.

Kate: Trust me -- I'm going to throw you the biggest, most spectacular wedding Salem has ever seen, and I'm starting on it today.

Lucas: Well, good, and I'll be at home if you need me. I just got a few things to take care of before I go to the office.

Kate: Okay. Talk to you later. I wonder what Sami's up to. And what does Lexie have to do with it?


Carrie: I never noticed you had a Hippocratic Oath on your wall. How cool. Huh. I always thought it had first "do no harm."

Lexie: Yeah, it's a common misconception.

Carrie: Oh. Lexie, thank you so much for re-evaluating those tests. I can't tell you how much I appreciate it.

Lexie: No problem. I'm happy to go over them again for you. [Thinking] But I'm afraid the findings will be the same, thanks to your blackmailing witch of a sister.


Austin: I want to be completely honest with you. If you're not honest with yourself -- you know I'm still not over Carrie.

Sami: Well, that's understandable, Austin. These things take time.

Austin: No, no, no. It's more than that. I don't want to be over her. I want her in my life, my future. I still want to be with her.

Sami: Oh.

Austin: I mean, obviously, I don't know if that's gonna happen. She's engaged to my brother. But I just wanted to tell you. I care about you too much to lead you on. I don't want to see you get hurt again. I just want to be up-front about everything, lay all our cards on the table.

Sami: So, you really think you still have a chance with Carrie?

Austin: I don't know. I had a chance to talk with her last night at the club, and I got the definite sense that she feels the same way. I'm the man she wants to be with. She doesn't want to be with Lucas.

Sami: She told you that?

Austin: I could see in her eyes -- the way she looked when I asked her. I'm gonna get a real answer from her -- a definite one -- and I'm gonna get it today.

Sami: I just don't understand why she would choose to be with Lucas if you're the man that she really wants to be with.

Austin: I don't understand it, either, Sami. It doesn't make any sense to me. You're her sister. You two talk all the time. Can you tell me why? Do you know something?

Sami: No! No, I don't! I-- I'm sorry. It's just pretty embarrassing and certainly humiliating to have you say that the only reason you would ever be with me is because my sister rejects you.

Austin: I'm just saying that things might be changing. I told you not to count on anything. I told you that from the beginning. If Carrie turns me down, I don't know how I'm gonna feel about moving on with anyone else. I don't know when I'm gonna be ready for that.

Sami: Right. I understand. You just can't turn your love off for Carrie like a faucet.

Austin: No, I can't, any more than you can turn off the feelings you still have for Lucas.

Sami: Austin, that is entirely different. I want to turn off my feelings for Lucas. I know that he and I don't have a future together.

Austin: Look, Sami, I don't know what's gonna happen. And I don't know what's gonna happen with Carrie and me, and I don't know what's gonna happen with us, and I just want to make sure that -- are you gonna be okay with that?


Philip: Listen to this. "Since its introduction in the U.S. in 1981, IVF and other similar techniques have resulted in more than 200,000 babies."

Shawn D.: That is amazing. I cannot believe we didn't look into this before.

Philip: "Any embryos you don't use in your first IVF attempt can be frozen for later use. This will save you money if you undergo IVF a second or third time."

Shawn D.: That's excellent 'cause money is definitely a factor, and we know we want to have more than one.

Philip: Well, "if you still have any leftover embryos, you can donate them to another infertile couple." How cool is that?


Mimi: Hey, you're still here.

Philip: What's going on?

Belle: What are you doing? What's with the laptops?

Shawn D.: We were just doing some research on some IVF stuff. You wouldn't believe the information we found.

Mimi: Really? I can't wait to hear about it.

Philip: How was the spa? I don't even have to ask because you two look beautiful.

Shawn D.: But you always do.

Philip: It's true.

Mimi: You guys are very sweet. The spa was amazing. I feel like a new person thanks to Belle.

Belle: You don't have to keep thanking me. I enjoyed it, too, and much more than I would have if I were by myself, so thanks for joining me.

Philip: Are you two ready for breakfast? Because the waffles are fantastic.

Belle: Yeah. I'd like some juice, maybe a bagel.

Mimi: I'll have some waffles. I am starving.

Philip: Are you sure you don't want the waffles? They're like that thick.. They're amazing.


Shawn D.: You're not gonna believe what else I did.

Mimi: What, honey?

Shawn D.: I called Lexie. I found out what we had to do to set up an appointment. Just to get the ball rolling, you're gonna have to get some hormone shots at the beginning.

Mimi: Whatever. I don't care. I'm just so excited. I can barely stand it..

Shawn D.: So am I. As soon as we're done, we should check out and head back to town.

Mimi: I'm all for that.

Shawn D.: Okay.

Bonnie: Me too, baby girl. Let's get this show on the road.

Mimi: "Successful pregnancy achieved in 30.7% of all cycles. 83% of pregnancies resulted in a live birth."

Shawn D.: That's pretty good.

Mimi: Wow. I still can't get over this. I can't wait to talk to Lexie.


Philip: Do you know there's even some research into the possibility of choosing your baby's sex?

Belle: Are you serious?

Philip: Yeah.

Mimi: Oh, wow. I don't think I would want to do that. I would just rather be surprised.

Belle: But what would you want, if you could choose, a boy or a girl?

Mimi: Oh, wow. I'm not really sure. I guess one of each would be nice.

Shawn D.: Or two of each.

Mimi: But we're gonna start with one.

Philip: What do you want? What do you want first, a boy or girl?

Shawn D.: A boy definitely. I know what you're thinking -- "it's probably because of Zack." And that might be true, but anytime I pictured myself as a dad, it's always been with my son, doing things that I did with Zack or wanted to do, like take him fishing or teach him about cars.

Philip: I hear you, believe me. I wouldn't mind having a boy our second time around.

Belle: Yeah, even if I can't teach him about fishing or cars. [Laughter]

Shawn D.: But being around Claire also made me want to have a girl. Either way, however this works out, I'm just glad we're gonna have a baby of our own.


Bonnie: Amen to that.

Philip: Oh, hi, Mrs. Lockhart. We didn't know you were there.

Mimi: Yeah, neither did I until we saw her at the spa.

Shawn D.: So, what are you doing here?

Bonnie: Oh, I'm just treating myself to a little spa day. Shawn, Mimi told me the good news, and I never, ever thought I'd hear myself say this, but I can't wait to be a grandma.

Mimi: Anyway...

Belle: Anyway, well, I think it would be great if you two had a boy. Maybe he and Claire would end up dating.

Mimi: No, that could never happen.


Belle: What would be so awful about your son ending up with my daughter?

Mimi: Well, Shawn is Claire's --

Bonnie: Cousin. That baby will be Claire's cousin -- kissing cousins, but still...

Mimi: Yeah.

Philip: That's right. [Laughter]

Mimi: Did you forget that Philip is Shawn's Uncle and, technically, you're his aunt?

Belle: Actually, I try to forget that as often as possible.

Shawn D.: Well, I guess if we do have a boy, they could settle on being friends -- as close as brother and sister.


Sami: Um, you've been honest with me, so I want to be honest with you, too. Look, Austin, I-I don't think I ever stopped loving you.

Austin: Don't -- don't say things that you might regret.

Sami: No, I won't regret this, because I would never regret being honest about my feelings, and when you love someone it's risky. You risk getting your heart broken. But it's worth it to me to risk it for you.

Austin: Even after everything I said?

Sami: Look, you don't always end up with the person that you think you're meant to be with. And sometimes that doesn't work out, and sometimes you end up with someone else entirely, and then you're happy, anyway, and maybe sometimes it's even better than you thought it could be. Anyway, what I'm trying to say is I think that we could be happy together, and I think that if we ever got together and we did get married... I promise that you wouldn't regret it.

Austin: Well, I know I'd never get married unless I was completely 100% committed.

Sami: And I wouldn't want you to, and I wouldn't settle for anything less.

Austin: Okay. Then we'll just -- we'll just take it, you know, one step at a time, you know? As soon as I get my answer from Carrie -- a real answer -- then I'll know how things stand.

Sami: And what if she chooses Lucas?

Austin: Then I'll just have to accept that and move on. And then you and I will, you know, we'll just move on. One day at a time. No promises.

Sami: I understand.

Austin: Are you sure you're okay with this? I wouldn't blame you if you kicked my butt right out the door.

Sami: Austin, I wouldn't do that. Look, I understand that you want to be sure. You can't go your whole life wondering "what if?"

Austin: You know, if I'm gonna let Carrie go, I'm gonna have to, you know, give it one more shot. But I have to be brutally honest with you, Sami. If it goes the way I think it will...I'll get her back, and she'll admit that she loves me, and Lucas will be out of the picture.

Sami: Well, Austin --


Lucas: What the hell are you talking about?

Kate: Sami does have something on Lexie. It's only going to be a matter of time before it comes out. And when it does, oh, it's sure to be a disaster.


Carrie: I know that I'm not being very realistic and you'll probably look at the tests and find the exact same thing, but I want to thank you for indulging me and taking the time.

Lexie: Of course. Here. Have a seat.

Carrie: I love Austin, but the last thing that I want to do is bring a child into this world if she's gonna face a lifetime of pain. But I also don't want to regret a wrong marriage and wind up divorcing Lucas, because that could cause a child pain, too.

Lexie: Yeah, absolutely. You need to be sure, especially in a situation like this.

Carrie: Thank you for understanding -- for everything. You obviously take your Hippocratic Oath very seriously.

Lexie: Yeah, I always have.

Carrie: It's really beautiful, you know? It's almost poetic.

Lexie: Tom Horton actually gave that to me. There's an inscription on the back.

Carrie: May I?

Lexie: Yeah.

Carrie: "To Lexie. Your patients will count themselves lucky to have you for a doctor and a friend. All my best, Tom Horton." It must be so wonderful to devote your life to helping other people, and I'm sure if Tom Horton could see you right now, he would be very proud.

Lexie: No, he wouldn't, Carrie. I am not noble. I'm not good. I-I'm a fraud. I don't tell my patients the truth.


Lucas: I know exactly what's going on between you and Carrie, and you're not gonna get away with this.


Billie: I want to help you in any way I can.

Bo: And I appreciate that.


Hope: I just don't see myself as a single woman yet.

Patrick: Being with me felt like you were cheating on Bo.


Lexie: I am not letting you get away with this anymore. I am calling Carrie and telling her the truth.

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