Days Transcript Wednesday 5/24/06

Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 5/24/06 - Canada; Thursday 5/25/06 - U.S.A.


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Belle: I'm really sorry that you had to stay so late to fix my car.

Shawn D.: Hey, that's all right. I get time and a half for working overtime. Think about it this way. You're paying for my baby's crib.

Belle: [Chuckles]

Shawn D.: Well, you know what? I think I see your problem.

Belle: Oh, is it bad?

Shawn D.: Oh, I can fix it. It's just go while. Are you sure you want to hang out?

Belle: Um, well, actually, if you wouldn't mind, I'd like to stay, 'cause Claire's with her grandma, so... I can hand you tools. What do you need?

Shawn D.: Oh, you're gonna hand me tools? Okay, well, I'll take a ratchet, please.

Belle: A ratchet.

Shawn D.: Mm-hmm.

Belle: Mm-hmm.

Shawn D.: Stainless steel, about this long.

Belle: Yeah, a ratchet.

Shawn D.: Thank you very much. That would be the one.

Belle: Okay. [Chuckles] Wow. You know, this feels familiar.

Shawn D.: Are you talking about that time you helped me fix my bike?

Belle: That's the one. Long time ago.

Shawn D.: Feels like a lifetime.

Belle: Yeah. Well, now, of course, we're both married, upstanding people..

Shawn D.: Well, we're married anyway.

Belle: [Chuckles] With children. With Claire and the one that you and Mimi are gonna have.

Shawn D.: Yeah, well, we might be able to move on to the final step of this in vitro process pretty soon. It's weird. When you're talking about fertilization, it's like we're talking about growing a baby in a garden in the back or something.

Belle: Come on, it's exciting what medicine can do. It can change people's lives.

Shawn D.: Tell me about it. Mimi could be pregnant in a couple days.

Belle: That's great. It's a miracle. There's nothing really like holding your own baby in your arms.

Shawn D.: It's what I've always wanted -- to have a baby with the woman I love.

Abby: You're engaged?!

Jennifer: Uh, yes, we are, honey.

Abby: And when were you gonna tell me about it?

Jennifer: Well, honey, that's why I asked you to come home. I mean, you're not surprised, are you?

Abby: Yeah, I am.

Jennifer: But you knew that Frankie and I were getting closer.

Abby: "Closer"? Yeah, like finding him in bed with you -- in the same bed you shared with dad.

Jennifer: [Sighs] You know, I thought that you would be happy for me.

Abby: Happy? You know, I guess you're gonna have a wedding and a honeymoon and everyone in Salem will know my Mom couldn't wait even one year before falling in love with another man for eternity. So much for grieving and respecting dad's memory. And you... you were dad's friend. Some friend. I can't tell you how disgusted and embarrassed I am about this whole situation. If you guys go through with this wedding, I'm moving out.

Chelsea: Don't tell me to calm down, Mom. Dad knows where Hope is, okay? He knows, and he's gonna go there and find her. They'll have a disgusting reunion, and then he'll tell her that my trial date's been moved up.

Billie: Getting hysterical isn't going to help anybody.

Chelsea: Mom, nothing is going to help. Don't you get it? Once Hope hears about the trial date, she's gonna come racing back to Salem and make sure that I get put away until I'm as old as she is.

Billie: You can't control what other people do in life.

Chelsea: Yeah sometimes you can. God, I was so close to keeping them apart. I was this close.

Billie: What?! What?!

Chelsea: At the motel, remember? You helped me.

Billie: Yeah, I remember that, Chelsea, but it sounds to me like you've done something since then.

Chelsea: Look, all I'm saying is that my life is at stake, and I'm not just gonna sit on my hands so that they can send me away.

Billie: Chelsea, what did you do to Bo and Hope? You tell me right now!

Marlena: I feel like I've... I've lost so much time. I've cost my family so much.

John: Don't worry about us. The bottom line is you're okay. You've got your memory back. Alex North is dead.

Marlena: Are you sure?

John: No one could survive a fall like that.

Marlena: [Exhales deeply]

John: You okay? You're safe. You're safe and you're in my arms...and I'm just gonna hold you like this for the rest of our lives.

Marlena: [Cries softly]

Bo: Lockhart! Get the hell off of my wife!

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

Billie: Tell me what you did to keep Bo and Hope apart, and don't you lie to me.

Chelsea: Perfect. Hope wants a divorce. Excellent. Let's see. What would my dad say back to Hope? [Exhales deeply] "It breaks my heart, Hope, but I guess you're right. There's really no way we can stay together, now, is there?"

Chelsea: I've been praying, okay? Go ahead and laugh if you want. I know I'm not exactly the religious type, but that's just how much I wanted my parents to be together.. I prayed to God every single night that dad and Hope's marriage would fall apart so that you could be with him instead. So if wanting your parents to be together is a sin, then I guess I'm a sinner. God, it almost worked, too. My prayers were almost answered. You and dad were finally getting close. Hope still hadn't come back from wherever she is. We were actually gonna be a family again. But now she's coming back for the trial and I'm gonna be sent to prison for murder. Mom, if Bo and Hope get back together, it's over for me and for you, too. Hope's gonna get her claws into Bo for good this time, and you're never gonna be with him again.

Hope: Brady, what are you doing?

Bo: What did I walk in on here? The last I heard, you found out he wasn't who he said he was, that I was right about him.

Hope: Well, you were wrong, and so was I. I thought Patrick was working for Alex North, but he was actually working undercover for the police. Bo, he is a good person. He helped John save Marlena's life.

Bo: Yeah, right.

Hope: Anyway, Alex brought Marlena here to Morgan Island for their honeymoon, and John figured it out and followed them here.

Patrick: Alex was drugging Marlena.

Hope: It had been going on for months. That's why she couldn't get her memory back. If it wasn't for Patrick, John and Marlena would both be dead right now, but instead, they're finally back together... all thanks to Patrick.

John: I want you to promise me something.

Marlena: What?

John: Don't ever leave me again.

Marlena: [Giggles]

John: You know, I have discovered that I can live without you...but there is an emptiness. The fact is, I'd rather have you close to me so I can feel your heart beat. I guess what I'm trying to say, Marlena, is I still love you. It feels kind of good to say that and not have you run away from me.

Marlena: I love you so much. Thank you for never giving up on me. And thank you so much for loving me enough to risk your own life to save mine.

John: It wasn't just me.

Marlena: Oh, oh... I'm grateful to Hope and Patrick. Gosh, I wish that Hope and Bo could find their way back together... same as we have.

Bo: Hope, you got to listen to me. He's a dangerous man. I got the police reports to prove it. He matches the description of a fugitive who killed a woman in Chicago. I walk in here seeing you kissing him. It's not really a stretch to think that you might be next.

Patrick: I can prove I was nowhere near Chicago when that crime was committed.

Bo: How do you know what crime I'm talking about, Lockhart?

Hope: Why can't you just admit that you are wrong?

Bo: Because I'm not!

Hope: Yes, you are! Brady, I told you from the start -- I have always known that he is a good person.

Bo: And I've known from the start that he's a con man. Ever since he "accidentally on purpose" got hit by Jennifer's car.

Patrick: That was completely legit.

Bo: Uh-huh. And that's why you hung around and ended up living above her garage.

Patrick: Jennifer insisted I stay there. She and Abby were going through a tough time.

Bo: Uh-huh. So you just happened to be the hero that shows up when a woman is going through an emotionally tough time, is that it? Tell me something, Lockhart. You ever been married? You ever stuck by a woman in sickness and in health, better or worse, and loved her all the same? Yeah, I didn't think so. My wife and I had a good marriage till you stuck your friggin' nose where it didn't belong. Hope... we have been through hell these last few months, and terrible, terrible mistakes have been made, and I am sorry, but I don't want to throw our marriage away. You called me, and I thought there was a chance for us. Hope... you belong with me. You know that. You know, in your heart, that we belong together.

Shawn D.: Not that you aren't a great mom, because you are.

Belle: I had a rough start. I had postpartum depression. I just hope I didn't mess up my child.

Shawn D.: You cannot blame yourself for that. And anyone can see how much Claire loves you, just like our child is gonna love my wife. She is gonna be a natural. I can't wait.

Belle: You're right. Mimi's always been maternal.

Shawn D.: Yeah, she has. Even when her family had nothing, she was always trying to help somebody else. That's just the kind of person she is, you know? I just wish that I hadn't told her that I wanted a boy, 'cause I don't want her to ever think that she's gonna disappoint me. Not that there would be anything wrong with a girl.

Belle: I'm sure that Mimi understands that you want a boy because of Zack.

Shawn D.: No, seriously. I wouldn't mind having a daughter. Although, I look at how protective I am with Claire. I mean, can you even imagine how protective I'd be with my own daughter? Oh, my gosh. She'd never go on a date.

Belle: Never?

Shawn D.: Never! I mean, you know how boys are. Didn't your father tell you that?

Belle: Yeah, my dad worried about things like that until I fell in love with a great guy. I had the best boyfriend any girl could ever have.

Shawn D.: Did I know him?

Belle: Oh, you're very funny. You never pushed me, you were always romantic. Some of my favorite memories were just sitting around babysitting with you. I mean, what woman looks back on her high school years and remembers that? Losing you was the biggest regret of my life.

Jennifer: You are not moving out of our home because I am engaged to Frankie, who, I will remind you, is a wonderful man and has been good to all of us, including your father.

[Cellphone rings]

Frankie: I'm gonna take this.

Abby: You know, I cannot believe you're doing this.

Jennifer: Really? Do you want me to spend the rest of my life alone? Is that it, Abigail?

Abby: And what if daddy comes back?

Jennifer: Abby, you know that is not going to happen.

Abby: But it did before.

Jennifer: Yes, I know it did before. But it's not going to. He is dead, he is gone, and it doesn't matter how much we love him. I cannot spend the rest of my life waiting for something to happen that's not going to. Now, you have grown up into this incredible young lady, and you just talked about moving out of our house, and I really hope that, that doesn't happen right now. And your little brother is gonna be off to college before we know it, and I don't want to spend the rest of my life alone. I want to have someone to share my life with, someone to grow old with, Abby.

Abby: So you're just gonna settle for the first guy who comes along?

Jennifer: That is not what this is about. Abigail, I fell in love with Frankie when I was younger than you are right now. I have loved that man for more than half my life.

Abby: Even when you were in love with dad?

Jennifer: You know what I mean.

Abby: No, Mom, I donít. How could you do this to him?

Jennifer: What are you talking about? This is what your father wanted. He wanted Frankie to take care of all us after he's gone.

Abby: I love all you adults deciding what I need and want. I have a father, okay, and I don't need another one.

Jennifer: What's wrong?

Frankie: I got a call from the office. Something about Chelsea. She's on a website. Come on. Oh, no.

Jennifer: What? What is it?

Frankie: You know what? I don't think Abby should see this.

Abby: You're not my dad. You don't have to protect me. I'm 18.

Frankie: All right, fine. It's a blog called "Sluts of Salem." Someone took pictures of Chelsea and posted them. Oh, look. Would you look? It says, "child killer kisses victim's uncle."

Jennifer: Oh, my goodness.

Frankie: You know what? This doesn't help our case. I'll tell you that.

Jennifer: Well, how many people really read these things?

Frankie: These things are huge.

Jennifer: Then you need to tell Billie and Chelsea, unless maybe they know already.

Frankie: I don't know if they do, but I'd better get over there.

Jennifer: Wait, wait. Just be careful. Drive carefully.

Frankie: I will. Besides, you guys have to talk. Talk to you in a bit.

Jennifer: What are you looking at?

Abby: Nothing.

Jennifer: Abigail!

Billie: "Child killer kisses victim's uncle." What the hell is this?

Chelsea: Why does this keep happening to me? Look, Mom, I can't help it if some perv just sits on the pier snapping pictures of me.

Billie: You can help how you behave in public before your trial starts. This hardly makes you look like the misunderstood girl-next-door or the grieving sister of Zack Brady.

Frankie: She's right. This doesn't help your defense.

Chelsea: You know, honestly, what's the point of even putting on a defense? Because Hope is just gonna walk in there and have all the jurors hating me. It is over. I'm going to jail.

Frankie: What? What do you mean? Hope coming back? No, wait a minute, I thought Bo decided not to tell Hope about the change in the trial date.

Billie: Bo heard from her. He is on his way to Morgan Island to see her right now.

Frankie: Good.

Chelsea: Whose side are you on, anyway? Because you're supposed to be my lawyer.

Frankie: Excuse me. Hold on, hold on. Listen to me, you and I both know what you did to break up their marriage. Now, I haven't said anything to Bo because, as your attorney, I canít. But now it looks like he's gonna find out. And when he finds Hope and they talk -- and they will -- they're gonna realize that it wasn't Bo who sent the e-mail asking for a divorce and that it was you, and I do you think your dad's gonna feel about defending you then, huh, Chelsea?

Marlena: Oh, Bo.

Bo: Hey, Marlena.

Marlena: Oh, I'm so glad you're here. Maybe now you two can work things out, hmm?

Bo: Maybe. John, I hear you got rid of North.

John: I'm afraid North went south.

Hope: I'm so happy for you. Being with John, finally.

Marlena: Well, you could be happy, too, you know. Just forgive Bo. Move forward.

Hope: I wish I could. But as long as Bo continues to take Chelsea's side, I canít. I owe it to Zack. All Bo can think about is his new family now -- Billie and Chelsea. Marlena, would you excuse me? I really need to talk to Patrick.

Marlena: Yes, yes.

Hope: I am so sorry about all this.

Patrick: I'm just sorry Bo walked in when he did, saw us kissing like that. Look, I've said it all along. You belong with Bo. He's your husband.

Hope: Patrick, I'm the problem. I called Bo, and that was a huge mistake.. I am just so sorry. I should have trusted you. I don't know why I ever believed even for a second that you would ever turn against us. I mean, come on, you've proven to me, to everyone, what a good person you are over and over and over again.

Bo: It's not public knowledge yet, but Chelsea's trial date has been moved up.

John: So you're here to take Hope home to testify.

Bo: She doesn't know yet.

John: Come on, man. You want to remain married to that woman, or what? Honesty is the cornerstone of every marriage, Bo.

Bo: Yes, John, I know. She wants to send Chelsea to prison, and I've got an obligation to my daughter.

John: What if it costs you your wife? Can you live with that? You got to tell her.

Bo: Yeah. Thing is...she wants a divorce. She's moved on with Lockhart.

John: So?

Bo: You're right. It's not about him. John, I need her. I can't imagine my life without her.

John: You know, Bo, I came real close to a future without Doc, so let me tell you something. There is an emptiness.

Bo: Believe me, I know.

John: Then you've got to be straight with her. You can't lie to Hope about this.

Hope: Bo? What are you lying to me about now?

Bo: [Sighs deeply] There's something I got to tell you, Fancy Face. It's part of the reason I'm here.

Shawn D.: Don't build me up, because I am ashamed of the way I treated you before we broke up, and I'm sorry for that. You know, sometimes, I think about what would have happened if we had stayed together. I guess Claire would be yours and mine instead of yours and Philip's. But, then, I guess that wouldn't make her Claire. It would be some other beautiful little girl.

Belle: Yeah. Well, I guess you and I just weren't meant to be. Sometimes things just work out differently than the way they started out. Look at your parents. I mean, who would have ever thought that Bo and Hope Brady would get a divorce? Or my parents?

Shawn D.: Yeah, well, I'm still angry with my father. I don't blame my mom for wanting a divorce, but it still hurts.

Belle: Yeah, divorce is a terrible thing.

Shawn D.: I mean, if he had just told her the truth, if he hadn't taken Chelsea's side --

Belle: Your dad is in a really tough situation, Shawn. I wouldn't want to have to choose between Philip and Claire.

Shawn D.: But I still don't forgive him.

Belle: Okay.

Shawn D.: But at least we agree on divorce.

Belle: That we do.

Shawn D.: I would never want to do that to my family. Thank God Mimi and I have a strong relationship. I just know I could trust her with my life.

Jennifer: Do you realize how embarrassing this is?

Abby: No, Mom. I'm thrilled there's a picture of me with Josh with his hands all over me on the internet. I love it.

Jennifer: You know, I really am starting to wonder, Abigail.

Abby: Like you didn't do the same thing with Frankie when you were my age! All my friends think I'm repressed because my mom told me a million times how special sex was and how important it is to wait. And look what you couldn't wait to do with Frankie in your marriage bed. Don't you dare act like I'm the one who's doing something wrong.

Billie: Frankie and I and your father -- we all warned you that you needed to be on your best behavior before the trial started, but you know what your problem is? You don't know what good behavior is! Do you need me to spell it out for you? Do you need me to write you down a set of rules? You know what? You obviously need a curfew. No, no, no! You are grounded! Yes, you are grounded, young lady, and you are not leaving this house unless you are with me, period!

Frankie: If we're gonna counteract this bad publicity, you need to keep a low profile.

Billie: Yeah, like invisible.

Chelsea: Then lock me in my room, for all I care. It's not gonna make a difference. Hope is still gonna testify about the tragic death of her son.

Billie: It was tragic! Damn it, Chelsea, don't you understand that?! You have to take some responsibility. You cannot walk into court with that chip on your shoulder, because things will not go down well for you at all.

Chelsea: Fine. Then it'll be better for everybody, won't it? I'll disappear behind bars, and you guys can all get back to the good little life you had before I was in it, before you guys got stuck having me as a daughter.

Billie: Oh, God, Chelsea, damn it! Damn it, Chelsea! [Exhales deeply] Oh, my God. She's so stubborn.

Frankie: Yeah.

Billie: I think she's her worst enemy. You know, it's funny, Frankie. My mom said the same thing about me. Is Chelsea right? You know, I mean, will things... like what she said, in court -- will that really happen?

Frankie: If Hope testifies at the trial, I don't see how Chelsea won't do time.

Billie: Chelsea in prison? God, Frankie, no.

Frankie: I'm sorry, okay. I'm just being honest. I don't want you to get your hopes up.

Marlena: Why don't we give them some privacy?

John: That's a good idea.

Hope: Patrick...

Patrick: Thanks.

Bo: Hope, I... I never meant to lie to you. That's never what it was about. I've always tried to be completely honest with you. Things have...changed. Obviously, we can't go back. Our lives will never be the same. But one thing that hasn't changed is my love for you. That will never change. And what I want to know is do you love me? And do you want to work things out? Because if you do, there is nothing -- nothing I won't do for you.

Abby: You are such a hypocrite! Sleeping with your ex-boyfriend like you're Mr. and Mrs. Virtuous, and just because you're old, that gives you some sort of privilege? Well, it doesnít. You are two unmarried people having sex in a house with two kids -- grieving kids, kids who miss their dad a lot more than you do.

Jennifer: Abigail, do not insult me that way! I loved your father with all my heart, and I always will.

Abby: So you don't love the man you're sleeping with?

Jennifer: First of all, you are going to stop speaking to me this way and show me some respect. I am your mother.

Abby: Well, I'm sorry. You've got to earn it, and right now you're not. If I had a camera, I would have taken a picture of you and your studmuffin, and it could have fit right into the "Sluts of Salem" website.

Jennifer: How can you say that?

Abby: You have lectured me a thousand times about abstinence, and, like a fool, I've been listening to you and saying no to sex, saving myself for marriage. Well, you sure lost your credibility on that one.

Jennifer: There are personal areas of my life that I do not need to discuss with you. They are my business. But you owe it to yourself to behave like a lady, please.

Abby: Oh, right. Like you did when you were my age? Yeah, I've heard all the stories, Mom -- how wild you were as a kid, what Great-Gram didn't know what to do with you, what a rebel you were. So you can drop the holier-than-thou routine.

Jennifer: So you're just gonna continue acting this way. Is that what you're telling me?

Abby: I think it's past time for me to start getting some real-life experience with the opposite sex.

Jennifer: Oh, really? And just how far are you planning to go?

Shawn D.: Nobody has to tell me how lucky I am to find that kind of love a second time. And I don't want you to think that I'm dwelling on the past, because I'm not, and I know that you're not, either.

Belle: No, no, I'm not.

Shawn D.: I just wake up every morning, and I look over at my wife, and I thank God how lucky I am, 'cause there is a feeling inside me that is better than scoring a game-winning touchdown or hitting a game-winning three-pointer. And I believe you're that lucky to be with Philip. He's a great guy. And you have a similar background.

Belle: Why, 'cause we have money? That doesn't matter.

Shawn D.: Uh, I'm not so sure. Mimi and I definitely have that in common, and I think it helps. There's no expectations of having expensive vacations or things of that sort. Look, I'm not saying it's a major factor, but it's definitely in the mix.

Belle: Okay, I don't agree, but whatever.

Shawn D.: Well, we agree to disagree. I'm just glad that you were able to stay the course and you're with Philip. I was worried about you for a while.

Belle: Why? Because I told you I loved you at your wedding?

Shawn D.: Yes.

Belle: Well, I do.

Shawn D.: Can you please not say that?

Belle: But I also love Philip, so anyone who says that you can't love more than one person at a time, well, they're just wrong. And I'm totally committed to my marriage with Philip now, especially for Claire. Divorce is never a good thing.

Shawn D.: Well, I definitely agree with that.

Belle: But I will say this. If I had to do it over again, I would have waited for you. I would have trusted our history together, and I wouldn't have rushed into marriage with Philip. I made a mistake, and I'm gonna live with it. I mean, don't get me wrong. I am happy..

Shawn D.: Well, I'm glad to hear that.

Belle: I just can't help but think of my parents, you know? I mean, they're totally meant to be together, but there was a time when my mom was deeply in love with Roman, conceived children with him. So clearly, love is a very complicated thing.

Shawn D.: Yes, it is. That makes it all the more important for a child to be conceived in a loving marriage, like my child will be with my wife and Claire was in yours.

Bonnie: Apparently the barn wasn't the only thing that caught fire that night. According to Manny, when the EMTís arrived on the scene, they found Belle and Shawn passed out in each other's arms and... naked as the day they were born.

Mimi: I know that.

Bonnie: You know? What, do I have to draw you an x-rated picture of what must have gone down in that hayloft?

Mimi: They were huddling together to keep warm. I talked to Belle about this. I mean, she didn't really remember everything, but...

Bonnie: Now we know. They were so out of it from everything that happened, baby -- the hypothermia and the smoke inhalation from the fire -- that they have no memory of ever doing the nasty. But as sure as I'm standing here, that is the night they made a baby -- Claire.

Belle: So I promise I won't go on and on, and you probably already know this, but I was a virgin before I was with Philip, and I regret never having that kind of thing with you... never having your child.

Mimi: [Chuckles nervously] Hi.

Shawn D.: Hi, hon. How long have you been standing there?

Shawn D.: Don't worry about it. It's fine, it's fine.

Mimi: How long have I -- I just got here. Why?

Shawn D.: Uh...

Mimi: Hi.

Belle: Hi.

Shawn D.: So where'd you go with your mother?

Mimi: Shopping. She, uh, couldn't miss those Memorial Day sales. And she can't wait to be a grandmother. How old does a baby have to be before it can wear cowboy boots, huh?

[Chuckles] So what are you guys doing here? Oh, duh, you're fixing Belle's car.

Shawn D.: What's wrong? Why are you acting so nervous?

Mimi: I'm not nervous. I'm just psyched about motherhood. I can't wait to join the club.

Fr. Jansen: It's not my place to judge you, but because you weren't truthful with Shawn before you were married, you give me no choice but to inform you that, in the eyes of this church and in the eyes of God, your union is null and void. You and Shawn are not husband and wife.

Mimi: Well, I can't hide anything from my husband. I am nervous about this whole in vitro thing. It's the waiting part that gets me. I mean, did my egg get fertilized or didn't it? And if it did, we could really be having a baby, Shawn.

Shawn D.: Okay, okay, look, we could call the hospital right now if you'd like.

Belle: Do it. That would be awesome to know if you guys were gonna be parents.

Abby: How far am I planning to go? I really don't think it's any of your business, but since you feel entitled to know, I want what the other girls are getting. I want to know what it's like to be with a man. I want to have sex, Mom, just like you do. And maybe I'll even have a baby. I'd be a much better mom than you are.

Chelsea: God, this is such a disaster. Bo and Hope are gonna get back together. [Sniffles] It's gonna be over for me and for my mom. I'm gonna go to jail, and she's gonna end up all alone.

Frankie: You okay?

Billie: No... Frankie, I'm not. Chelsea may be difficult and a pain in the butt, but she doesn't deserve to go to jail. She has a lot to learn about being a compassionate human being, but she's not gonna learn it from behind bars. She's just gonna come out worse, with no Hope and no future. Oh, and then there's that little matter about how much I love Bo. Why do I keep doing the same thing over and over again? I'm such a fool! I want him to be happy, and he's not gonna be happy with me. He's gonna go back to Hope, and I'm gonna be alone...again.

Patrick: If Bo and Hope are gonna reconnect, it won't help having me hang around. Marlena, could you tell Hope I went back to the hotel to check out? And tell her I wish her and Bo all the best.

Marlena: You're a good man, Patrick. You're doing the right thing.

Patrick: I just want Hope to be happy. Take care of her for me.

John: Well, I agree with Patrick. I'm all for Bo and Hope getting back together, just like we have.

Marlena: I wouldn't even be here if you'd ever given up on me, you know. I do want to thank you...for loving me so unconditionally and completely and unselfishly. [Sighs]

John: If Bo and Hope are gonna make a go of it, he's got to come clean to her... about everything.

Bo: Fancy Face, I treasure you and all the years of love that we've shared together, and...I hope we have a hell of a lot more, 'cause...I got to tell you -- I'm nothing without you. And...I wish that we can put the pain of these last few months in the past. And I would like it if you could find it in your heart to forgive me for the hurt I put you through. And if we could let go of this anger, even the anger we feel toward Chelsea for what she's done... Hope, I know what I'm asking you. Believe me, I do. But I think we can make it through this. Our love has carried us through terrible things before, and I think it can take us through this. All I'm asking is a chance... for us. A chance for what we've meant to each other and can still mean to each other.

Mimi: Look. Our baby.

Frankie: If you want to postpone the wedding, it's okay.

Sami: I just think you should get retested, Lexie.

Lexie: And I know why. Oh, my God, Sami!

Hope: How dare you stand here and say that you love me, that we should trust each other, and once again you're lying to me?

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